Northeastern played hard and did not back down from #5 ranked Shenandoah (2A). It was a battle in all four quarters as neither team could gain a significant lead. Foul trouble for the Knights in the post played an advantage for the Raiders to stay in the matchup as Kam Graddy (26 points) went to work. It was a battle all the way down to the wire, but it was the Raiders pulling away with the 67-64 advantage.
Kolden Vanlandingham was cooking for the Knights as he led with 38 points and knocking down five three pointers. Carter Lumpkin added 12 points, Payton Lumpkin had 10 points, and Foust and Mikesell both added 2 points.
Northeastern will look to put these past two games in the past next Wednesday, December 23rd, when they travel to take on Delta.