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Carman-Ainsworth’s Noah Reed tosses the ball back to the plate as the Bendle player was called out at first.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Noah Reed tosses the ball back to the plate as the Bendle player was called out at first.

FLINT — The Carman-Ainsworth baseball team threw two no-hit shut outs, 16-0, 16-0, against Flint Northern on Tuesday in a makeup game from April 18 that was rained out.

Alphonoso Foster pitched game one, which lasted just three innings, fanning eight and Noah Reed earned the win in the nightcap, also three innings, striking out seven.

At the plate, having a hit and driving in two runs each were Brandon Bobcean, Andrew Ramirez, Entrice Mitchell, Ethan Lambitz and Sheridan Cox.

On Monday, Carman-Ainsworth swept Flint Powers, 3-0, 5-1, in another makeup from April 11. Brennan Gleason threw in the opener giving up six hits and fanned 12. Lambitz went 6 1/3 innings in the nightcap, giving up two hits and Alex Thompson finished out the game striking out two.

Key hits came from Justin Hubbard with a hit and a RBI, Mitchell had four hits and Jamal Dixon had a hit, two RBI and a double.

The Cavaliers, 5-0 on the season, host Flushing today as league play continues.


Carman-Ainsworth’s Justin Hubbard pitches for the Cavaliers against Bendle on April 17.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Justin Hubbard pitches for the Cavaliers against Bendle on April 17.

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