MIAMI, Okla. — The Central Lakes College baseball team managed five hits in a doubleheader loss to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M on Tuesday, March 15. CLC lost the first game 19-0, with Cody Stange (left), Pete Lucken and Tony Madsen getting the only hits. Ted Rohr, who took the loss, Mike Gontarek and Josh Edwards pitched for CLC. The Raiders lost the second 18-1, with Hunter Young and Tim Chandler collecting the only hits. The only CLC run scored on a delayed double steal. “This is some pretty top-shelf competition,” Head Coach Pat Held said. “Some of these teams have already played 25 games; we’re at three. It makes a difference. We played hard. We never gave up. No matter what the score was we played the game the right way.” The team plays in Oklahoma and Iowa before coming home to await the home opener vs. Rainy River on Sunday, March 27 conditions permitting.