FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth started slow, but rallied from a 10-point first-quarter deficit to beat Midland Dow, 54-47, in a Saginaw Valley League crossover game last Friday at home.
The Cavaliers trailed, 14-4, after the first eight minutes and were still behind, 25-19, at halftime. They caught the Chargers at 39-39 in the third period and pulled out the victory with a 15-8 final quarter.
Three Cavaliers reached double figures in a balanced offense. Denzell Watts led with 16 points, while Cameron Morse and Jaylen Randle scored 13 each. Ja’Quin Jones and Justice Green added four points apiece.
Carman-Ainsworth improved to 6-2 overall and leads the Saginaw Valley League- South Division at 5-0. The Cavs will visit second-place Flint Northern tomorrow. — D.N.
SAGINAW VALLEY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION