Cavalier’s boys hoops dismiss familiar faces





Cameron Morse goes up for the jumper for the Cavaliers at home earlier this season in non-conference action.

Cameron Morse goes up for the jumper for the Cavaliers at home earlier this season in non-conference action.

FLINT — The Saginaw Valley League’s South division features a gauntlet of challenges that run directly through the city of Flint. Currently, Carman-Ainsworth seems to be the king of this hill after winning 64-37 at Flint Northwestern.

The difference in the contest was the Cavs outscoring Northwestern, 28-14 in the second, after swiping a 13-7 lead in the first. Carman- Ainsworth also claimed a 13-12 scoring advantage in the third and 10-4 in the fourth.

Fresh off of their 80-73 non-conference victory over Genesee County rival Grand Blanc on Dec. 10 to start 2013-14, the Cavs began SVL-South competition last Friday by downing Flushing, 78- 43, at home. Carman-Ainsworth was in charge from the start in this one after bounding out to a 19-14 lead in the first quarter and outscoring the Raiders, 20-12 in the second. Now up 39-26, the Cavs truly started to lock things down by charting a 24-5 scoring advantage in the third prior to closing out the contest by outworking Flushing, 15-12 in the fourth.

Cameron Morse proved to be the story for the Cavs with a team-high 28 points, six assists, three steals and one block, Justice Green had 11 points and three steals and scoring 10 and nine, respectively, were Ja’Quin Jones and Jaylen Bradley.

Carman-Ainsworth, 3-0 overall, 2-0 SVL-South, hosts Powers in conference action today.


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