FLINT TWP. — Carman- Ainsworth girls’ volley continued its win streak with a victory over Flint on Tuesday evening. The Cavaliers won all three games, 25-8, 25-16, 25-13. Diamond Lester again was a major factor with 10 aces, five kills and two blocks. Aniya Harmon had 11 assists and three kills. Mary Dollinger also had 11 assists. Hannah Thurston and Areyana Harrison had four kills each. Destiny Johnson also had four kills and two blocks.
“It was nice to see everyone contribute in tonight’s (Tuesday’s) win,” said Carman-Ainsworth head coach Barb Hurand. “My setters did a nice job moving the ball around. We missed more serves than I would have liked to, but other than that we played pretty solid ball.”
Carman-Ainsworth opened up Saginaw Valley Conference play with a victory over Bay City John Glenn last Thursday. The Cavaliers won all three sets 25-20, 25-20, 25-13.
Senior Morgan Sherrer led the charge with 17 points, including five aces and six digs. Fellow senior Katie Speaks had 17 digs. Lester had a big night with 10 kills, eight digs, six blocks and three aces. Johnson added seven kills, and Angel Eubanks contributed six blocks. Dollinger chipped in 10 assists, and Harmon had seven assists.
The Cavaliers move to 2-0 in conference play and 3-6-2 overall. The season continues with a tournament at Clio Saturday.