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November 26, 2012

Girls basketball
Lady Cavs win 3rd straight
The Lady Cavaliers held visiting North White to only three points in the first half and kept the visitors off the scoresheet in the fourth quarter for a 53-20 win Saturday.
North White stumbled to 0-for-13 from the field against Culver’s defense in the first half, scoring its only points at the free throw line as the Lady Vikings remained winless.
Kayla Shaffer finished with 19 points to go with four steals, while Donna Zehner tallied 11 points and a pair of assists, and Tatum Schultz scored 10 points with three assists, three blocks and three steals in an all-around strong performance for the Cavs.
Culver moved to 5-1 with the team’s third straight win and will travel to Rochester Tuesday night. Tip-off is slated for 7:30 p.m.
• CULVER 53, NORTH WHITE 20
At Culver
Score by quarters
North White: 2 3 20 20
Culver: 19 33 53 53
NORTH WHITE (20): Keating 0, Hendress 6, Eccles 2, Dahlenburg 0, Scott 1, Myers 0, Shriver 7, Conn 2, Gryszowka 2, Raderstorf 0; Totals: 7 5-8 20.
CULVER (53): Shakkira Harris 2, Ali Overmyer 3, Angella Lewellen 3, Tatum Schultz 10, Lona Montgomery 0, Mickella Hardy 5, Donna Zehner 11, Marissa Howard 0, Kayla Shaffer 19, Maddie Strycker 0; Totals: 18 14-21 53.
3-pointers: North White 1 (Hendress), Culver 3 (Overmyer, Schultz, Shaffer); Rebounds: North White 18 (Shriver 5), Culver 29 (Hardy 6); Turnovers: North White 26, Culver 18; Steals: North White 7 (Shriver 2, Gryszowka 2, Eccles 2), Culver 13 (Shaffer 4); Assists: North White 3 (Eccles 2), Culver 13 (Harris 3, Schultz 3); Fouls (fouled out): North White 17 (none), Culver 6 (none).
Records: North White 0-5, Culver 5-1.

Boys basketball
Elliott powers Culver
Trent Elliott put up 20-plus points a second straight outing, and Culver Community moved to 2-0 with a 59-41 win over visiting West Central Saturday night.
Elliott scored 23 points — including 18 points during an explosive third quarter — after putting up 26 points in the Cavaliers’ opener with Rochester, while Micah Budzinski finished with 12 points, and Collin Stevens had 10 points.
West Central was led by Drew McKay’s 14 points and Michael Hamilton’s 12.
The Cavs move to 2-0 and will host Lacrosse Friday at 8 p.m.
• CULVER 59, WEST CENTRAL 41
At Culver
Score by quarters
West Central: 7 12 26 41
Culver: 16 28 53 59
WEST CENTRAL (41): Michael Hamilton 12, Kody Miller 0, Drew McKay 14, Kamrein Street 8, Austin Davis 0, Hunter Holliday 0, Keegan Dillman 0, Spencer Holliday 4, Brandon Brickley 3, Jake Stevens 0; Totals: 15 5-5 41.
CULVER (59): Kyle Vlach 6, Everett Krueger 4, Jordan Sanders 0, Collin Stevens 10, Trent Elliott 23, Chris Zehner 0, Micah Budzinski 12, Bradley Beaver 4; Totals: 23 7-7 59.
3-pointers: West Central 6 (McKay 3, Street 2, Brickley), Culver 6 (Vlach 2, Stevens 2, Elliott 2); Fouls (fouled out): West Central 11 (none), Culver 8 (none).
Records: West Central 0-2, Culver 2-0.

LaVille wins opener
LaVille jumped out to an 18-9 lead at the first quarter break and built steadily toward a 73-47 win over host Westville in the Lancers’ opener Saturday.
Blake Berger finished with 19 points and Andrew Hostetler and Nicholas Amor both scored 18 for the balanced LaVille offense. Jeff Haygood scored nine in the opener.
Westville was led by Shawn Herron’s 10 points in the loss as the Blackhawks slipped to 0-2.
The Lancers were originally scheduled to play Mishawaka Marian Tuesday, but due to the success of Marian’s football team, that game has been postponed until Feb. 12. LaVille will instead play its second game at Culver Academy Friday at 7:30 p.m.
• LaVILLE 73, WESTVILLE 47
At Westville
LaVille: 18 32 54 73
Westville: 9 23 36 47
LaVILLE (73): Cam Gurtner 4, Blake Berger 19, Landon Manuel 0, Ryan Bettcher 0, Kyle Kopetski 0, Jeff Haygood 9, Zach Hostetler 3, Andrew Hostetler 18, Alec Baker 0, Nicholas Amor 18; Totals: 29 10-17 73
WESTVILLE (47): Shawn Herron 10, Dylan Perney 13, Alex Henn 4, Collin Walker 4, Mike Grylewicz 9, Eric Quinn 3, Austin Swistek 4, Austin Histick 0, Kyle Kniola 0; Totals: 16 13-20 47.
3-pointers: Westville 2 (Gerron, Perney), LaVille 5 (Berger 2, A. Hostetler 2, Z. Hostetler); Fouls (fouled out): Westville 10, LaVille 14.
Records: LaVille 1-0, Westville 0-2
JV score: Westville 34, LaVille 26.

Glenn slips to 0-2
John Glenn got off to another slow start, and the Falcons dropped an 82-42 decision on the road in Goshen Saturday.
Jesse Good scored 21 and Sam Stegelmann scored 20 for Goshen, which jumped out to a 20-6 lead at the quarter break.
Nathan Stegemiller scored nine points to lead Glenn, which put up just two points during a third quarter that saw the Falcons’ deficit slip from 26 to 45 points.
The Falcons slide to an 0-2 start and will play their home opener with South Bend Riley Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at The Aerie.
• GOSHEN 82, JOHN GLENN 42
At Goshen
Score by quarters
Glenn: 6 13 15 42
Goshen: 20 39 60 82
GOSHEN (82): Cristian Barron 4, Brady Bechtel 6, Jesse Good 21, Alex Hartsough 5, Deric Haynes 13, Austin Henke 5, Sam Stegelmann 20, Trevor Weldy 0, Austin Woolett 8.
GLENN (42): Chase Bair 0, Austen Hayes 6, Isaac Keldsen 0, Calvin Kretchmer 3, Drew McDonald 4, Tyler Prentkowski 7, Alec Runyan 4, Levi Schleg 5, Nathan Stegemiller 9, Jake Strong 4, Adam Stull 0.
Records: Glenn 0-2, Goshen 1-0
JV score: Goshen 46, Glenn 14

Women’s college basketball
McBee boosts PUC
Culver Community grade Patrice McBee gave the Black and Gold a big boost off the bench, and the The Purdue University Calumet women’s basketball team claimed an 83-73 victory over nationally-recognized Indiana Southeast on Saturday afternoon.
McBee fell two caroms shy of a double-double with 18 points, eight rebounds and three blocks. Plymouth product Alex Starr tallied 15 points in the win as Calumet shot 55.6 percent from the field in the second half to break open a game tied 36-36 at the half.
The Peregrines move to 4-4 on the season with their third straight victory. They’ll be back in action Wednesday when they travel to Joliet, Ill. to resume Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference play against St. Francis. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

Men’s college basketball
Wabash falls to Illinois Wesleyan
Houston Hodges dished out six assists, but it wasn’t enough for the win as Wabash fell to D3hoops.com preseason No. 6 Illinois Wesleyan 62-56 Saturday in Crawfordsville.
Hodges notched seven points with four rebounds, two blocks and a steal while logging a team-high 31 minutes of playing time.
Wabash was led offensively by Kasey Oetting’s 19 points, and Illinois Wesleyan was paced by 12 points apiece from Kevin Reed and Brady Zimmer as the visitors used a 34-27 second half to hand Wabash the loss.

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