FLINT TOWNSHIP — The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ basketball team hosted Saginaw Valley League rival Flushing and turned a close game into a 68-38 rout.
After the first quarter, the Cavaliers led by just three, 16-13. A 17-11 advantage in the second quarter bumped Carman-Ainsworth’s halftime lead to 33-24.
A dominant third quarter by the Cavs put the game away, as they outscored Flushing, 26-8. The Cavs edged the Raiders in the fourth, 9-6.
Cameron Morse led Carman- Ainsworth with 22 points, three steals and three assists, while Denzel Watts came through with 15 points, six steals and two assists, Jaylen Randle added nine points and Justice Green chipped in five points, three steals and an assist.
Keinyi Dixson led the Raiders with 12 points, while Chris Triplett added 11 points.
Carman-Ainsworth returns to the court tomorrow against SVL rival Flint Northwestern and hosts Clarkston on Tuesday.
Saginaw Valley League-South
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