Cavaliers compete in County golf





Alanna Gleason was one of three Carman-Ainsworth golfers to play in the Genesee County Invitational last Monday at Flint Elks Club.

Alanna Gleason was one of three Carman-Ainsworth golfers to play in the Genesee County Invitational last Monday at Flint Elks Club.

GRAND BLANC TWP. – Mikaila Garrison shot 95 to tie for 28th place and lead Carman-Ainsworth golfers in the Genesee County Invitational on Monday at Flint Elks Club.

The Cavaliers had just three golfers present and therefore did not post a team score in the 12-team field. Madysen League shot 101 and Alanna Gleason 110.

Davison won the team title with 338. Goodrich was second with 345, followed by Flushing 355, Grand Blanc 356, Powers Catholic 365, Fenton 369, Kearsley 373, Swartz Creek 374, Brandon 391, Linden 393 and Bendle 485.

Davison senior Karsen Johnston was medalist, shooting 77 to match Kerri Parks for low score and beating the Flushing junior on the first hole of a playoff with a par.

On Sept. 15, Carman-Ainsworth finished fourth in a Saginaw Valley League jamboree at Bay County Golf Course. Taylor Jarnigin and Garrison each shot 47, Sloan Barclay carded 55 and Gleason 56 as the Cavs totaled 205 in the 9-hole meet. League shot 58. Midland Dow won with 167.

The Cavaliers will play in a SVL crossover match today.


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