7 people, A-G, were competing in the national championships of the new arcade game Corpse Deems Us. They each scored a whole number of points from 1 to 100 inclusive, but it wasn't clear what the exact scores were because of the game's weird mechanics. The game gave a logic puzzle so the player had to figure out their exact score.
This time, the game gave every player one clue. The clues were to be used to determine the exact score of every player. The clues are listed by the player who got them.
A) If a player's name is a vowel, their score is a prime number. If a player's name is a consonant, their score is a composite number.
B) The smallest prime factor of your score is 7, and your score is greater than 10.
C) You and one other person scored a square number, and the square roots of them are 2 apart.
D) You scored either 24, 26, 28, or 30 points more than B.
E) Your score is A's score reversed, minus 1. Your score is in between 70 and D's score.
F) Your score is the only score divisible by 5.
G) The greatest score is divisible by 19. You scored in between A and B.
The players could figure out what everyone's score was, and who won the championship. Can you?
Bonus points for figuring out the game's name's relevance to the puzzle.