Results 11-12

Girls basketball
Culver moves to 2-0
Culver Community’s girls basketball team moved to 2-0 on the season with a 59-24 rout at Westville Saturday.
Kayla Shaffer finished with 19 points, four assists and three steals, Tatum Schultz scored 17 points with nine rebounds, five assists and five steals, and Donna Zehner put up a double-double of 11 points with 14 rebounds and two steals as the Lady Cavs ran out to a 20-7 lead at the first quarter break.
Culver held Westville to single digits in all four quarters en route to the comfortable win, which dropped Westville to 0-3.
The Cavs host Winamac in their home-opener Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
At Westville
Score by quarters
Culver: 20 35 50 59
Westville: 7 15 17 24
CULVER (59): Mickella Hardy 8, Shakkira Harris 2, Angela Lewellen 2, Alonnia Montgomery 0, Ali Overmyer 0, Tatum Schultz 17, Kayla Shaffer 19, Donna Zehner 11.
WESTVILLE (24): Hanna Antikainen 4, Grethell Burckhardt 4, Megan Henrich 3, Shaina Jacks 2, Brooke Mickey 0, Beth Piotrowski 2, Katie Piotrowski 3, Stephanie Popp 4, Michaela Shrader 0, Krysten Wilson 2.
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Records: Culver 2-0, Westville 0-3

CGA wins 2nd game in 2 days
Culver Girls Academy rallied back from a tenuous 10-9 deficit in the second quarter and used a 13-4 third quarter to put away host Peru 49-32 Saturday.
Andrijana Cvitkovic led all scorers with 23 points as CGA won its second game in two days to move to 2-0 on the year.
Peru fell to 0-2, meanwhile.
The Lady Eagles hit the road for sectional foe John Glenn Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
At Peru
Score by quarters
CGA: 9 18 31 49
Peru: 10 16 20 32
CGA (49): Alle Baker 7, Saralena Barry 3, Melissa Binford 0, Victoria Christlieb 4, Andrijana Cvitkovic 23, Grace Holzer 3, Jamie Madison 0, Nicole Stephenson 0, Helen Weinberg 4, Rita Zambon 5.
PERU (32): Mercedes Ambrose 1, Kassidy Bush 0, Kelsee Cassel 8, Sidney Fuller 0, Krysta Graham 2, MaKinsey Honn 5, Josie Murphy 11, Molly Prys 0, Shalyn Renfrow 1, Stephanie Swinford 4, Kelsie West 0.
Complete stats unavailable
Records: CGA 2-0, Peru 0-2

Bremen falls at Goshen
Bremen fell behind 14-3 in the first quarter and never recovered in a 67-30 loss to host Goshen Saturday.
Jasmine Schafer and Ashley Lucchese each scored nine points in the loss, which drops the team to 0-2.
Goshen hit 20 free throws in a game that featured 51 total fouls and saw both Lucchese and teammate Brooke Snyder foul out.
Bremen will try to break into the win column at home against North Judson Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
At Goshen
Score by quarters
Bremen: 3 10 18 30
Goshen: 14 36 47 67
BREMEN (30): Jasmine Schafer 9, Cassie Sears 0, Brooke Fitch 0, Alexa Harshbarger 2, Ashley Lucchese 9, Sabrina Gilley 2, Megan Stouder 1, Sara Slabaugh 5, Rachel Czarnecki 2, Brooke Snyder 0, Alyssa Bailey 0; Totals: 8 12-29 30.
GOSHEN (67): Brianna Yoder 0, Christina Gipson 9, Desiray Brown 0, Yadira Cabrales 0, Olivia Love 1, Aimee Swihart 21, Kayci Troyer 0, Deja Felder 24, Leslie Vanlandingham 6, Brooke Miller 0, Jessica DeStefano 6; Totals: 22 20-32 67.
3-point goals: Bremen 2 (Lucchese 2), Goshen 3 (Felder 2, Gipson); Fouls (fouled out): Bremen 27 (Lucchese, Snyder), Goshen 24 (none).
Records: Bremen 0-2, Goshen 2-0

2nd half dooms
Lady Lancers at Concord
Concord outscored LaVille 16-7 in the third quarter en route to a 63-42 win over the Lady Lancers in Dunlap Saturday.
Hannah Herbster scored 15 points to lead the Lancers, while Kelsey Gurtner finished with 10 points, and Amanda Carbiener put up nine.
The Lady Lancers trailed by just four at the half before the lopsided third quarter put some distance between the two teams.
LaVille falls to 0-2 and will take a few days off before taking on Rochester Friday at home. Tipoff is slated for 7:30 p.m.
At Dunlap
Score by quarters
LaVille: 6 21 28 42
Concord: 10 25 41 63
LaVILLE (42): Hannah Herbster 15, Kelsey Gurtner 10, Amanda Carbiener 9, Lynae Hostrawser 4, McKenzie Leed 2, Lauren Hostawser 2, Katie Berger 0, Paige Hawkins 0, Kyleigh Breden 0, Kyla Coblentz 0, Heather Dorn 0, Sydney Good 0; Totals: 11 16-32 42.
CONCORD (63): Anna Heck 17, Michelle Detwiler 10, MacKenzie Rutter 7, Alexis Williams 6, Dayana Watson 6, Shanice Matthews 5, Taylor Milnamow 5, Jade Iavanilio 3, Jenna Makin 3, Keaonna Clopton 1; Totals: 23 11-20 63.
3-point goals: LaVille 4 (Carbiener 3, Herbster), Concord 6 (Heck 3, Rutter, Iavanilio, Makin); Fouls (fouled out): LaVille 16 (none), Concord 25 (none).
Records: LaVille 0-2, Concord 1-1

Boys hockey
CMA beats Gilmour
Culver Military beat Gilmour Academy in boys hockey action, 2-0, while the CMA B team fell 7-1 to visiting Deerfield at home.
Zachary Main and Ryan Coulter scored for the Eagles in the A game, and Coulter and Michael Heidkamp both recorded assists.
Nic Peterson finished with 13 saves for the blank slate.
CMA was outshot 38-21 in the B game. Luc Merrick made 31 saves in the loss.
at Culver
First Period
CMA — Zachery Main (Ryan Coulter), 14:46.
Third Period
CMA — Coulter (Michael Heidkamp), 10:38.
Shots: CMA 34, Gilmour 13. Saves: Nic Peterson (CMA) 13, Aaron Hickey (G) 32.
at Culver
First Period
D — Michael Wiggemansen (sh), 6:40
D — Henri Beaudoin (Wiggemansen), 2:30
D — Wiggemansen (Steven Mages), 0:21.
Second Period
D — Wiggemansen (Mages), 12:28.
Third Period
D — Jack Goldberger (Wiggemansen), 14:31
CMA — John Lochmondy, 6:22
D — Wiggemansen, 4:47
D — Spencer Delman, 2:27.
Shots: CMA 21, Deerfield 38. Saves: Luc Merrick (CMA) 31; Daniel Goldberg (D) 20.

6th grade boys basketball
Bremen 6th teams beat Argos
The Bremen sixth grade basketball teams earned a pair of wins over Argos at home at Bremen Middle School Thursday night.
The A team defeated Argos 35-25.
Nate Mullen led eight different people in scoring with 10 points. Bryce Ginter added eight points, and David Slos and T.J. Leonard each recorded four points.
In the B game, Bremen defeated Argos 27-12.
The Lions were led by Raul Jimenez, Cameron Napier and Jack Barnes with six points each, while Noah Reed chipped in four points.

College football
Wabash closes with Monon Bell win
The Wabash College football team pummeled DePauw’s Tigers on the ground for a 23-0 win in the 199th Monon Bell Classic Saturday.
It was the fourth straight win by the Little Giants in the series, the first time in 33 years Wabash has been able to win four straight.
Plymouth product and Wabash senior Austin Hodges finished with an interception and two tackles as he and his fellow upperclassmen ran the table on DePauw in their final college game.
Younger brother Houston Hodges caught two passes for 35 yards and finished with a tackle on defense.
Wabash closed the year at 8-2 with the win.

Men’s college cross country
Nordmann all-region for Manchester
Wabash junior and Triton grad Curtis Nordmann earned all-region honors as Manchester University battled a strong field at the 2012 NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional Saturday.
Nordmann finished the race in 25:22.58 to finish eighth in the 256-runner field.

Women’s college cross country
Jordan earns All-NCAC honors
Bremen grad Hope Jordan earned a spot on the All-North Coast Athletic Conference team as DePauw totaled 102 points and finished third at the NCAC Women’s Cross Country Championships recently.
Jordan finished seventh in 23:25 to lead her team to the third-place result.