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Roughriders fall in overtime in Bloomington, game 5 up next

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The Cedar Rapids Roughriders fell 1-0 in overtime in Bloomington in a battle of the goaltenders. The loss ties their best of 5 series with the Thunder at 2 apiece forcing a decisive game 5.

Bloomington's Alec Mehr tallied the lone goal just over a minute in to the overtime period.

Cedar Rapids Ben Blacker stopped 38 of the 39 shots he faced. Bloomington's Hayden Lavigne stopped all 21 Roughrider attempts.

Game 5 is set for Tuesday night in Cedar Rapids.

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