Cavs compete in hall of fame tourney



Larry Brown of Carman-Ainsworth works to get free from a Laingsburg opponent during last Saturday’s tournament at New Lothrop. Photo by Andy Whitcomb

Larry Brown of Carman-Ainsworth works to get free from a Laingsburg opponent during last Saturday’s tournament at New Lothrop. Photo by Andy Whitcomb

NEW LOTHROP — The Carman-Ainsworth wrestling team finished 23rd during the New Lothrop Hall of Fame tournament last Saturday. New Lothrop won the event, while Clio was second and Kearsley third.

At 103 lbs., Jabril Muhammad placed fourth overall and began with a first-round bye. In the quarterfinal, Muhammad won by an 11-8 decision over Birch Run before losing to New Lothrop by fall in the semifinal. Muhammad lost by fall to Richmond in the third-place match.

At 112, Isaiah Robinson lost to Kearsley by fall before receiving a bye in the first consolation round. Robinson then lost by fall to Clio in the second consolation round.

Larry Brown, at 130, lost by fall to Laingsburg and then received a bye in the first consolation round. In the second consolation round, Brown won by fall over Kearsley at 2:02 to advance to the consolation semifinal, where he lost by fall to Birch Run.

At 135, Sonny Morgan lost by decision to Bronson. Morgan then received a bye in the first consolation round and was knocked out with a loss to Clio by fall in the second consolation round.

Carman-Ainsworth will compete in the Warren Woods- Tower Clash of Champions Saturday.