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January 12, 2012

Boys basketball
Culver shoots through Westville
Culver shot 64 percent from the field while holding Westville to a 34 percent clip, and the Cavaliers claimed a 70-53 win on the road against their sectional 51 foes Wednesday.
Trent Elliott led all scorers with four 3s en route to 21 points at the contest, while Allen Biggers finished with 16, and Jacoda Anderson and Micah Budzinski each finished with 10 as Culver recorded 19 total assists in the win.
Westville was led by Dan Warnke and Kevin Stone-Tharp with 14 apiece, while Glen Cole had 13 for the Blackhawks.
Culver improves to 7-3 with Wednesday’s win, which snapped a two-game skid. The Cavs host Triton in a Northern State Conference game Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
• CULVER 70, WESTVILLE 53
At Westville
Score by quarters
Culver: 22 47 54 70
Westville: 20 30 44 53
CULVER (70): Kyle Vlach 1 0-0 2, Jordan Sanders 1 0-0 2, Collin Stevens 0 3-4 3, Allen Biggers 7 2-6 16, Trent Elliott 7 3-3 21, Johnny Anderson 2 2-3 6, Jacoda Anderson 5 0-0 10, Tucker Schultz 0 0-0 0, Micah Budzinski 5 0-2 10; Totals: 28 10-18 70.
WESTVILLE (53): Dan Warnke 5 1-1 14, Christian Porter 2 0-0 5, Skyler Rippe 0 0-0 0, Kevin Stone-Tharp 6 2-4 14, Glen Cole 4 5-6 13, Brian Popp 1 1-1 3, Dylan Perney 1 2-2 4, Mike Grylewicz 1 2-2 4; Totals: 19 11-14 53.
3-point goals: Culver 4 (Elliott 4), Westville 4 (Warnke 3, Porter); Turnovers: Culver 20, Westville 22; Rebounds: Culver 26, Westville 32; Steals: Culver 15, Westville 9; Assists: Culver 19, Westville 7; Fouls (fouled out): Culver 18 (none), Westville 16 (none).
Records: Culver 7-3, Westville 1-7
JV score: Culver 30, Westville 25

Girls basketball
4th quarter dooms Lancers
The host Lady Wildcats outscored LaVille 19-12 in the fourth quarter to break a 33-all tie and hand the Lady Lancers a 52-45 defeat on the road Wednesday.
LaVille recovered from a slow start after trailing 17-9 at the first quarter break to knot the score at 24-24 at the half and 33-33 going into the fourth quarter at the nip-tuck contest.
Amanda Carbiener and Hannah Herbster led LaVille with 12 points each, while Jesse Feitz scored nine.
Riley was led by Kerria Columbus’ game-high 27.
The Lancers dropped to 3-10 on the season with their fourth straight loss. They will hit the road for Northern State Conference foe Knox Saturday. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
• RILEY 52, LaVILLE 45
At South Bend
Score by quarters
LaVille: 9 24 33 45
Riley: 17 24 33 52
LaVILLE (45): Kyleigh Breeden 0, Sydney Cannon 0, Amanda Carbiener 12, Kyla Coblentz 0, Heather Dorn 0, Jesse Feitz 9, Kelsey Gurtner 2, Hannah Herbster 12, Lauren Hostrawser 2, Lynae Hostrawser 2, McKenzie Leed 6.
RILEY (52): Morgan Allison 6, Imani Ballard 2, Olivia Bowers 0, Kerria Columbus 27, Angie Dainelli 4, Brya Kirkendoll 0, Turquoise Patton 11, Jessica Rife 2, Quadira Smith 0.
Records: LaVille 3-10, Riley 2-14

Boys hockey
CMA routs Penn
Kyle Bartelman scored twice, and Culver Military Academy whitewashed Penn 7-0 at home at The Academies.
Brandon Grieves scored with an assist, while Brock Frazer and Daniel Vaughan each scored with a partial assist, and Ryan Gandy and Michael Heidkamp also scored goals for the Eagles.
• CULVER MILITARY (HS Varsity) 7,
PENN 0
At Culver
First Period
CMA — Kyle Bartelman (Tim Thompson, Phil Kreuser)
CMA — Brock Frazer (Kreuser)
CMA — Ryan Gandy (Alex Johnston, Charlie Salk)
Second Period
CMA — Daniel Vaughan (Brandon Grieves)
CMA — Bartelman (Kreuser, Frazer)
Third Period
CMA — Grieves (Vaughan, Dom Meloni)
CMA — Michael Heidkamp (Meloni), pp.
Goalies: Penn - Matt Turner; CMA - Nick Peterson, Charles Miller.

Women’s college basketball
PUC cruises to win over Trinity
The Purdue University Calumet women’s basketball team cruised to an 82-49 victory over Trinity Christian on Wednesday evening, thanks to one of the team’s best all-around games of the year.
Plymouth alumna Alex Starr notched seven points and 11 boards at the game.
The Peregrines push their record to 14-7 overall and 4-1 in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference with the win.
The Black and Gold will head down Indianapolis Boulevard Saturday to face local rival Calumet St. Joseph. Purdue Calumet will look for its third win in its last four tries in Whiting when the action tips off at 1 p.m.

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