GRAND BLANC TWP. – Carman- Ainsworth finished 17th in the Genesee County Invitational golf tournament Monday, shooting 396 at Flint Elks Club.
Aaron Floyd and Tyson Fields each shot 98 and Ryan Macko carded 99 to lead the Cavaliers. John Karbowski was close behind with a 101 and Noah Vanderhyde a stroke behind him at 102.
Grand Blanc, ranked third in the state in Div. 1, topped the field with 310, five strokes ahead of Goodrich. Lapeer was third with 321, followed by host Powers Catholic 323, Flushing 324, Holly 327, Fenton 340, Swartz Creek 348, Lake Fenton 349, Kearsley 350, Linden 350, New Lothrop 360, Brandon 363, Corunna 369, Davison 377, Durand 381, Carman-Ainsworth 396, Byron 404, Montrose 417, Clio 423, Mt. Morris 440.
Flushing’s Joe Montpas was medalist with a 70, three strokes ahead of three other golfers.
Carman-Ainsworth was scheduled to play a non-league dual meet at Saginaw Nouvel last Wednesday, but the match was canceled by Nouvel.
The Cavaliers will host Holly in a non-league dual Friday at Fenton Farms.