Cavaliers’ track shows speed at Kearsley Relays

Carman-Ainsworth’s Bryant Hudson runs the shuttle hurdle relay.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Bryant Hudson runs the shuttle hurdle relay.

DAVISON — In a meet that was originally scheduled to take place at Kearsley, the annual Early Bird Relays were moved to Davison due to the severe weather in the area a week ago. Friday’s meet, however, showcased the speed of the Cavaliers with the boys placing sixth with 85 and the girls in seventh with 71.

The Cavaliers won the girls’ 4×200 relay in 1:53.40, the boys placed second in the 4×200 in 1:37.21 and won the 4×100 in 45.93 while the Lady Cavs secured first place in the 800 Spriny Medley Relay in 1:59.95. The boys won the same event, finishing in 1:40.30 and the girls earned the top spot in the 4×400 relay in 4:35.30.

Tyler Minor was able to lock up first place in the boys’ long jump in 21- feet, 5.75-inches while Kiyon Bush wasn’t far behind with 18-feet, 5- inches. Cleandre Robinson took first place in the discus with a toss of 142- feet, 1-inch. For the Lady Cavs, Maeonna Polacek and Diamond Scales tied each other for third place in the pole vault with leaps of 6-feet.

Carman-Ainsworth traveled to Saginaw on Tuesday, however, results were not available by press time. The Cavs are back to work on Tuesday against Bay City Central and Flint Northern.

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