Fat Guy’s Corner

Under the microscope

The NFL playoffs did not provide Lions a touchdown return. The Lions much drama over the weekend at all. would have been up, 21-7, at that The Cincinnati “Crazy Helmets” bungled point. A critical and turning-ofmomentum their way to a loss in Houston, 31- type play. The difference 10. It was a good game until is Detroit went three-and-out and […]

Carman-Ainsworth swim beats Metro League rival




FLINT TWP. — The holidays were kind to the Carman-Ainsworth/Flushing varsity boys’ swim team, allowing them a two-week break from the pool. That well-deserved respite came to an end last Thursday, though, as the combined squad from Lapeer West and Lapeer East arrived in town for a non-conference contest that saw Cavaliers’ coach Kevin McGlashen’s team rise to the occasion […]

A little help?



As we have officially made the The sport that I have found to transition to the winter sports be the most confusing is swimming. season, we find ourselves becoming Not only do they have nothing more dependent on help from to indicate personal identification, coaches, parents, athletic directors, but for the most part, they secretaries, etc. Not only do wear […]

Cavaliers bow to Davison on lanes



FLUSHING — Carman-Ainsworth posted some big scores, but couldn’t hang with Davison in a Big Nine Conference bowling match last Saturday at Colonial Lanes. The Cavaliers lost the girls’ match, 24-6, and dropped the boys’ meet, 27-3. Kenzey Lord rolled Carman-Ainsworth’s top girls’ score of the day with a 226, boosting her league average to 205. Quinisha Burnett bowled a […]

CALENDAR of events



ART/THEATRE TUESDAY, JAN. 14 An Actor’s Showcase, Davison High School Drama, Thespian Society, and Davison’s own Actors’ Workshops will be doing a caberet night, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m., complete with singing, dancing, and short monologues and skits to raise awareness of our community’s Fine Arts, to promote community involvment and support with our productions, and to fund our present […]