FLINT TOWNSHIP — The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ basketball team lost a heartbreaker against Midland on Tuesday after a Midland player was fouled in the waning seconds, then hit both free throws for the win, 46-44.
Midland held the one-point advantage after one quarter, 9-8 and outscored Flint 11-4 in the second. The Cavaliers outscored Midland 15-14 in the third and 17-12 in the final quarter.
Jakavien Lewis led with 15 points and Jaylen Bradley had 13 for the Cavs.
Last Friday, the Cavs beat Lapeer 51-41 at Carman-Ainsworth. Lapeer led 11-4 after one quarter, but the Cavs stormed back in the second with a 20-13 effort to tie it up 24-24. The Cavs then poured in 17 points to Lapeer’s five in the third and were edged 12-10 by Lapeer in the fourth.
Chan Pearson had 13 points, two steals, one block and two rebounds, Juan Evans had 10 points, two steals and four rebounds and Lewis had eight points, one assist and four rebounds. Jarrell Giles chipped in with seven points, Josh Jackson had six points and Bradley had five points, four steals and six rebounds. Cahlil Brownlee had two points.