Cavaliers seek district title after falling short in Big Nine




Monica Townsend went low to get under a dig.

Monica Townsend went low to get under a dig.

BY ERIK HOHENTHANER 810-452-2641  ehohenthaner@mihomepaper.com

OWOSSO — The Carman- Ainsworth volleyball team entered the season with one goal in mind, win the final Big Nine volleyball title.

While the Cavaliers fell short to Flushing in the Big Nine race, they can erase those bad memories with a district title that will likely come from beating the Raiders.

At the Owosso district No. 10-A, Carman-Ainsworth received a first round bye and faced Flint Northern yesterday at Owosso. The Vikings defeated Saginaw in four games to advance. On the other side of the bracket, the host Trojans received a first-round bye and faced Flushing yesterday, which defeated Saginaw Arthur Hill in three games.

The finals will be played on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Owosso. Carman-Ainsworth will look to Kamrin Gold, Danielle McClung and Monica Townsend to lead them to the title.




Carman-Ainsworth’s Kamrin Gold eyes the ball at the service line.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Kamrin Gold eyes the ball at the service line.

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