CULVER — Slow and steady wins the race, or in this case, the basketball game.
The visiting LaCrosse Tigers were no match for Culver Community’s calm offense. Even against a LaCrosse full-court press and a defense that was trying to grab any free ball, Culver kept possession and control of the game the entire night, winning 58-41 at home Friday.
The Cavaliers started the game off strong, playing a deliberate offense that took its time passing around the perimeter. The Cavs, led by senior Zoe Bauer’s game-high 30 points, waited for the pass to the inside, but didn’t waste any outside chances. They started the game off with 3-pointers by sophomore Collin Stevens and Bauer within the first minute.