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Cavs remain undefeated behind strong 4th

December 18, 2013

CULVER — The Culver Community Cavaliers weathered an early storm from beyond the arc and defeated the Winamac Warriors 60-54. The Warriors opened the game with the shooting touch, going 7-of-11 from 3-point range and opened up the game with a 23-10 first quarter lead. 
“They came out with the shooting touch of a team that’s in mid-season. We had seen them the first game down at Rochester, and they really struggled from behind the arc,” said Culver coach Kyle Elliott. “It wasn’t a surprise that they could hit it, it was just a matter of when they were going to hit it. Unfortunately for us they chose tonight to hit them. It wasn’t one kid hitting them. They had several kids making plays.”
• CULVER  60,
WINAMAC  54
At Culver
Score by Quarters 
Culver:       10  24  32  60
Winamac:  23  35  43  54 
CULVER (60):Trent Elliott 28, Jacoda Anderson 17, Preston Hansel 5, Everett Krueger 4, Jordan Sanders 4, Josh Krsek 2, Alex Graham 0, Cody Valiquet 0; Totals 15 25-30 60
WINAMAC (54):Adam Gruenig 18, Derek Dotlich 11, Jeremy Bentle 7, Parker Fox 7, Colin McGee 5, JT Garnett 3, Dalton Button 2, Jeff Niles 1, Levi Schultz 0; Totals 18 8-16 54
3-pointers: Culver 5 (Elliott 3, Krueger, Sanders) Winamac  10 (Gruenig 6, Dotlich 2, Garnett, Fox); Rebounds: Culver 41 (Anderson 13, Hansel 11, Elliott 9)Winamac 29 (Dotlich 9, Garnett 6, Button 4); Assists: Culver 10 (Sanders 3, Elliottt 2, Anderson 2) Winamac 8 (Schultz 2, Button 2, Dotlich 2); Steals: Culver 7 (Sanders 3, Elliott 3) Winamac 9 (Dotlich 3, Garnett 2); Turnovers: Culver 20 Winamac 14; Fouls (fouled out): Culver 20 (none)  Winamac 24 (Button); Records: Culver 4-0 Winamac 0-2.

For a more complete story, read Wednesday's Pilot News.

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