Cavaliers’ offensive woes continue



Carman-Ainsworth quarterback Dustin Fletcher goes deep during last Friday’s loss at Davison. Photo by Kylee Richardson

Carman-Ainsworth quarterback Dustin Fletcher goes deep during last Friday’s loss at Davison. Photo by Kylee Richardson

DAVISON – The Carman-Ainsworth football team failed to score points for the second-consecutive week, losing to Davison 56-0 last Friday.

The Cardinals dominated from kickoff, as Caleb Smith returned the opening boot 87 yards for a touchdown. On Davison’s next offensive possession, quarterback Brendan Sullivan hit Latrell Fordham with a 68-yard touchdown pass. Less than a minute later, Sullivan kept the ball for an 18-yard rushing score, giving Davison a 21-0 lead at the 8:48 mark of the first quarter. The Cardinals added another score before the quarter break with a three-yard touchdown run by Smith.

Sullivan opened the second quarter by finding Harrison Terry in the end zone twice, as the duo scored a 47-yard touchdown at 11:40 and a 21-yard touchdown at 9:19. Davison then made it 49-0 when Fordham reeled in an 18-yard touchdown pass from Sullivan at 3:19.

Hayden Bailey scored the game’s only points in the second half on a threeyard run.

Carman-Ainsworth was outgained by Davison 536-132. The Cavaliers also lost the turnover battle 4-2, losing two fumbles and throwing two interceptions.

Individual stats for Carman-Ainsworth players were not made available.

Carman-Ainsworth, 3-0, is at Grand Blanc tomorrow at 7 p.m.