BATTLE CREEK — The Carman- Ainsworth volleyball team found a loaded field last Saturday at the Cereal City Invite at Pennfield High School, tying with Saginaw Heritage, 21-25, 26- 24, then tied with Shelby, 16-25, 25-16, lost to Coldwater, 10-25, 26-27, lost to Union City, 27-25, 21-25, 9-15, then tied with Heritage, 21-15, 26-24.
Alexus Colby had 15 points and 11 digs, Monica Townsend had four points, 101 digs, and Jessica Smith, 11 points, 27 digs, three aces. Aubrey Mikovits had eight points and eight digs, Kayla Tigner had 21 points, three aces, 17 digs and four block assists, Dena Manns had seven points, seven aces and three digs, Jessica McClung added 20 digs, seven points, one ace, Breanna Hudson had seven points and Kali Jackson, 11 digs.
Last Thursday vs Bay City Central, the Cavaliers lost, 18-25, 22-25, 27-29.
Tigner had nine points, two aces, five block assists, 28 assists and nine digs, Mikovits had five points and six digs, Smith had five points, 12 digs and 15 serve receives and Townsend had four points, 21 digs and 32 serve receives. Deja Lester had four block assists, Hudson had three and McClung had five digs and 14 serve receives.
Last Wednesday, a road trip to Lapeer West left Carman-Ainsworth on the wrong side swallowing a 19-25, 14-25, 25-21, 21-25 loss.
Smith had eight points, one ace and 12 digs, McClung had three points, 17 digs and nine serve receives and Mikovits had eight points, two aces and 12 digs. Tigner had eight points, three aces, five block assists, one solo block, 28 assists and six digs, while Manns had six points, two aces, four block assists and four digs. Townsend had 28 digs and 19 serve receives, Jackson chipped in with seven digs and Colby had six.
The Cavaliers are at the Flushing Invite Saturday.