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October 29, 2011

Football
Mistakes bite Eagles
Culver Military Academy turned the ball over six times — four fumbles and a pair of interceptions — in a 35-15 Class 3A Football Sectional 17 loss to St. Joe at Oliver Field Friday.
Aramonti Phillips returned a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown for the Eagles, and Edmund Hogan returned a fumble 15 yards for another score.
Ralph Laux led CMA in rushing with 58 yards.
St. Joe was led by David Arsenault with 162 yards and four touchdowns.
Class 3A, Sectional 17
• ST. JOSEPH’S 35, CULVER MILITARY 15
At Culver
Score by quarters
St. Joe: 0 7 28 0 — 35
CMA: 3 0 6 6 — 15
Scoring
First quarter
CMA — Diego Herrera 28 field goal.
Second quarter
SJ — David Arsenault 3 run. Alec Fullenkamp kick.
Third quarter
CMA — Aramonti Phillips 88 kickoff return. Run fails
SJ — Arsenault 2 run. Collin Hickey pass from Nick Carmola.
SJ — Arsenault 3 run. Kick blocked.
SJ — Arsenault 2 run. Kick failed.
SJ — Ray Kowalski 7 run. Connor Edmonds pass from Michael Swift.
Fourth quarter
CMA — Edmund Hogan 15 fumble return. Run failed.
                                             St. Joe                  CMA
First Downs                        12                          10                         
Plays/Rushing                    44/211                 /102
Yards Passing                     2                            50
Passing                                2-8-1                    9-17-2
Punting/Ave                       3/31.7                  1/33
Fumbles/Lost                     2/2                        5/4
Penalties/Yds                     4/45                      6/50
Records: CMA 5-6, St. Joe 9-2

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