The Raptors led 17-11, 26-17, and 37-27 heading into the final eight minutes where they put the game away with a 22-10 scoring advantage.
Ridge View sank 25-69 field goals in the game for 36 percent, including a 3-12 effort from the three-point line. The Raptors made 12-21 free throws.
Clayton also charted a nifty double-double performance with 14 rebounds to accompany her 23 points. Wiese pocketed eight rebounds. Clayton also led her team in steals with six, whilc Emily Schiernbeck had four, and Wiese three.
The Raptors played without senior stalwart Roxanne Grundmeier, who was out due to illness.
"We opened the game aggressively offensively and defensively and got up on them. After the quick start we fell into one of our lulls which lasted through the third quarter. In the fourth quarter we were able to shoot ourselves out of the lull and our defense intensified.
"It was a good game in which we were able to get some more play out of our reserves and I thought they played hard and executed pretty well in the fourth quarter."
The Ridge View teams host West Monona in Schaller on Saturday.