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CMA Freshman Basketball vs. Rochester

Tonight, I photographed the CMA Freshman Basketball Team as they played Rochester High School at Culver Academies’ campus. The game started out looking as though Culver might have been a little out matched. However, after a couple of minutes, the CMA Eagles found their groove. Though Culver trailed most of the game and only took the lead one or twice for around 15-30 seconds, Culver pulled it out in the 4th quater. With a minute and half left in the game, Culver took the lead and held it until the end. It was a great game to witness. 

I’ve posted some photos here. The rest of the photos from the game are posted on the CulverPhotos.com website at: 


CMA Freshman Basketball vs. Knox

The CMA Freshman Basketball team had a big win against Knox with a score of 45 to 24. Following are some photos of the game. To view additional photos from this game, please visit the CulverPhotos website at:


Culver Academy Basketball Photos: CMA Fresman Basketball vs. Knox

Tonight the CMA Freshman Basketball Team hosted Knox High School. Both teams played hard and it was a great game to watch. Culver led most of the game and utlimately won 42-31. I’ve posted some photos here; there are more in the Culver Academy Sports section on www.culverphotos.com.


Culver Academy Basketball Photos: CMA Freshman Basketball vs. Triton

This morning, the freshman basketball team of Culver Academy hosted Triton High School in a matchup on Culver Academy’s campus. The game was close and exiting with the lead changing several times throughout the game. Ultimately though, Culver could not pull off a victory. They played a great game. The final score, 22-27. I’ve posted some photos here, but you can find several more at www.culverphotos.com.


CCHS Basketball Photos: Culver Community Freshman Boys Basketball vs. John Glenn

Tonight, I had a little free time while waiting for my wife to get out of a Town Council meeting, so I watched the CCHS Freshman Basketball Team play John Glenn. I was hoping to watch more, but a Council meeting two nights before Thanksgiving generally means the schedule is light, so I was called early to pick up my wife. The Culver Cavaliers played well. At the half, Culver was trailing, but I don’t know the final outcome of the game, as I had to leave. I hope they continued to play hard and closed the gap. I’ve posted a few photos here; there are more at www.culverphotos.com.