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February 16, 2011

Boys basketball
Bauer, Elliott
power Cavs
Zoe Bauer and Trent Elliott both tallied double figures with 19 and 12 points, respectively, and Culver beat Winamac 55-45 on the road Tuesday.
Jordan Morning led Winamac with 14 points, while Bryan McKinney added 13.
The Cavaliers improve to 12-6 while Winamac slips to 8-7.
• CULVER 55, WINAMAC 45
At Winamac
Score by quarters
Culver: 12 26 41 55
Winamac: 6 17 25 45
CULVER (55): Jacoda Anderson 0, Zoe Bauer 19, Scotty Brown 0, Micah Budzinski 4, Larry Clingler 7, Trent Elliott 12, Patrick McBee 4, A.J. Neace 2, Collin Stevens 7; Totals: 19 11-18 55.
WINAMAC (45): Zach Shidler 6, Kyle Krohn 0, Brennon Morning 0, Bryan McKinney 13, Steven Wagner 4, Will Kocher 8, Jordan Morning 14; Totals: 18 6-10 45.
3-point goals: Winamac 3 (Shidler 2, McKinney), Culver 6 (Stevens, Bauer 2, Elliott 3); Fouls (fouled out): Winamac 20 (Wagner, Kocher), Culver 11; Records: Culver 12-6; Winamac 8-7.

Lions lose
Bremen fell on the road, 53-44 at Tippecanoe Valley Tuesday.
Austin Huff was the lone Lion in double figures with 12 points, while Valley was led by a game-high 17 from Tanner Andrews and 12 points from Nick Kindig.
The Vikings improve to 7-10 while Bremen slides to 3-14.
• TIPPECANOE VALLEY 53, BREMEN 44
At Akron
Score by quarters
Bremen: 6 12 24 44
TV: 14 25 38 53
BREMEN (44): Ben Hueni 7, Ty Holmes 0, Jesse Glingle 8, Ethan Pike 5, Jacob Box 3, Josh Brenneman 2, J.J. Schafer 0, Austin Huff 12, Michael Ricketts 2, Mitch Huppert 5; Totals: 18 3-7 44.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY (53): Tanner Andrews 17, Taylor Breeden 2, Shelton Carpenter, Bret Cooper 7, Dereck Ferrell 2, Robby Groom 0, Nick Kindig 12, Dan Kitch, Jacob Ritchey 4, Tanner Shepherd 7, Jeff Tillman 2; Totals: 19 15-17 53.
3-point goals: Bremen 5 (Glingle 2, Hueni, Pike, Box); Fouls (fouled out): Bremen 19 (none), Tippy 13 (none); Records: Bremen 3-14, Tippy Valley 7-10.

Men’s college basketball
Cards beat Toledo
Bowman Academy product Chris Bond posted his first career double-double with a career-high 18 points and 10 rebounds to help the Ball State men’s basketball team post an 83-62 victory over Mid-American Conference West Division rival Toledo Tuesday evening at Worthen Arena.
Joining Bond in double figures for Ball State were sophomore guard Jauwan Scaife with 17 points, junior forward Jarrod Jones with 14 points and junior guard Randy Davis of Plymouth with 10 points.
Davis flirted with his own double-double with nine assists and also tallied four rebounds, a blocked shot and a steal in the win.

Jr. high wrestling
Lincoln falls
to LaVille
Lincoln lost a close meet Monday night to Laville, 54-52. That moves Lincoln’s season record to 8-2.
The Lincoln wrestlers have been busy lately, competing at Indian Springs Invitational Saturday, where they went 4-1 for second place as a team. Undefeated wrestlers at the invite were Ryan McClain, C.C. Bastardo and Hugo Diaz.

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