Carman-Ainsworth boys rout Flint by 53 points



Carman-Ainsworth’s Michael Fletcher leads the transition after securing a loose ball during Friday’s loss at Grand Blanc. Photo by Joe Oster

Carman-Ainsworth’s Michael Fletcher leads the transition after securing a loose ball during Friday’s loss at Grand Blanc. Photo by Joe Oster

FLINT TWP. – The Carman- Ainsworth boys’ basketball team dominated the Flint Jaguars 88-35 on Tuesday. No stats or details were reported in time for our Wednesday morning press deadlines.

Last Friday, Carman-Ainsworth lost its first game of the season, falling to Grand Blanc 56-47.

Neither team was able to distance itself in the first half, as Michael Fletcher’s buzzer-beating three-pointer from the top of the key tied the game at 34-34 heading into halftime.

The Bobcats turned up in the third quarter, outscoring an offensively-frustrated Carman-Ainsworth 12-3. Those nine points proved to be the difference with both teams scoring 10 points apiece in the final frame.

Michael Fletcher scored a team-high 14 points for the Cavaliers. Dustin Fletcher added eight, while Dukarri Williams scored seven. Isaiah Jones and Dallas Green chipped in with six points each.

Grand Blanc’s offensive load was evenly distributed, as Ty Rodgers and Mark Miller each finished with 15 points. Cedric Givens added 13 points.

Carman-Ainsworth, 5-1, hosts Swartz Creek, 2-3, this Friday at 7 p.m.

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