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November 15, 2012

Boys hockey
CMA routs St. Joe 7-0
Culver Military scored five goals during a third-period outburst and Charles Miller tallied 17 saves for the shutout in a 7-0 rout of visiting South Bend St. Joseph’s.
Phil Kreuser scored twice with an assist, while Corey Taylor and Gavin Walker both had a goal and an assist.
Dom Meloni, Logan Badalich and Matt Moody also scored goals in the win, and John Eansor recorded two assists.
• CULVER MILITARY (Varsity A) 7, S.B. ST. JOSEPH 0
At Culver
First Period
CMA — Gavin Walker (Phil Kreuser, Corey Taylor).
Second Period
CMA — Kreuser (Caleb Jadrich, John Eansor).
Third Period
CMA — Taylor (unassisted)
CMA — Dom Meloni (Paul Westman, Luke Israel)
CMA — Kreuser (Walker)
CMA — Logan Badalich (Luc Copeland)
CMA — Matt Moody (Eansor)
Shots on goal: CMA 39, St. Joe 17. Saves: Charles Miller (CMA) 17; Nick Wawrykow (SJ) 32.

8th grade boys basketball
Lincoln 8th opens with win
The Lincoln eighth grade boys basketball team opened its season on a winning note with a 48-36 victory over Bremen.
Nick Felke led the way with 15 points. John Gerard added 12 points and Kaleb Koss clutched a team-high eight rebounds.  

7th grade boys basketball
Red Storm 7th beats Bremen
The Lincoln seventh grade boys basketball team started off the season with a solid 54-13 win over Bremen.  The visitors hung tough for the first quarter before the Red Storm overwhelmed them for the victory.  
Jarred Hurford led the way for Lincoln with 12 points and four rebounds. Dylan Powell and Garrett Tharp both added nine points.  

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