Cavaliers compete in Genesee County Tourney



John Karbowski of Carman-Ainsworth watches his putt during the Genesee County Tournament on Monday. Photo by Austin VanDaele

John Karbowski of Carman-Ainsworth watches his putt during the Genesee County Tournament on Monday. Photo by Austin VanDaele

GRAND BLANC – The Carman- Ainsworth varsity golf team traveled to the Flint Elks Lodge #222 to compete in the Genesee County Tournament on Monday. The Cavs only had three golfers available for the contest, meaning they were unable to post a team score. Powers won the event with a 321, Grand Blanc was second with a 328 and Fenton third with a 331.

Swartz Creek was fourth with a 337, Lake Fenton fifth with a 341, Lapeer sixth with a 344, Davison seventh with a 345, New Lothrop eighth with a 360 and Goodrich and Ortonville-Brandon tied for 10th with a 360. Linden finished 11th with a 364, Flushing was 12th with a 373, Durand 13th with 375, Clio 14th with 379 and Kearsley 15th with 403. Byron placed 16th with a 416, Corunna was 17th with a 420, Mt. Morris was 18th with a 446 and Montrose was 19th with a 475.

John Karbowski led the Cavs with an 84 on the day. Aaron Carter finished with a 109 and Nathan Ratynski carded a 119.

Carman-Ainsworth was at a Saginaw Valley League match on Wednesday after we went to press.

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