Cavs win consolation soccer game


Carman-Ainsworth’s Derrald Boggan surveys his options during a recent home game.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Derrald Boggan surveys his options during a recent home game.

FLINT — As the host of their own tournament last weekend, the Carman-Ainsworth varsity soccer team came out and claimed an opening-game win over Lake Fenton 1-0. Clio then beat Birch Run 1-0 to set up a consolation game match up that the Cavaliers wound up winning 2-1. That just left Clio’s 3-0 championship game victory over Lake Fenton on goals by Jacob Hoyt, Ian McDowell and Kaleb Ethridge.

For the Cavs against Lake Fenton, Ray Macko had eight saves and Ameer Jawhair managed the only goal of the game for the Blue Devils with 12 minutes left in the first half. Scoring for Carman- Ainsworth against Birch Run was Isaac Young assisted by Yahya Abdelhay, Ryan Macko connected on a pass from David Rawls and burning the net for the Panthers was Luke Miller.

Carman-Ainsworth then had a Saginaw Valley League game at Midland Dow on Monday that it lost 8-0.

The Cavaliers game on Sept. 16 was canceled because Flint Northwestern does not have enough athletes to field a team this season. Carman- Ainsworth had a SVL game at Flint Southwestern yesterday.


The Cavalier boys finished seventh with 178 points at the Chesaning Invitational last Thursday. Walled Lake Northern won the event with 45 points.

Anthony Fisher was 27th in 19:35.1 Joe Chinkeefatt was 33rd in 19:50.4. Juwan Willis was 36th in 20:11. Wyatt Pangerl was 39th in 21:00.3.

Zack Sheely was 48th in 22:41.7. Trevor Booth was 51st in 22:53.1 and Andrew Stephens was 52nd 23:02.8.

The Cavalier girls finished sixth with 144 points. Walled Lake Northern finished first with 18.

Khalia McGruder was 24th in 27:13.2. Arianna Vantine was 28th in 28:12.9. Bailey Curtis was 29th in 28:25.3.

Laura DePew was 30th in 28:41.8. Niajah Hood was 33rd in 29:33.6. Chante Boyd was 36th in 31:54.9. — K.W.


The Cavaliers fell to Swartz Creek/Flushing 87-45 last Thursday at Swartz Creek Middle School. Natalie Cook won the 100-yard butterfly in 1:08.77 and the 500 freestyle in 5:52.24. Dorothy Dollinger won the 100 breaststroke in 1:26.67. Shaelyn Maguffee took third place in the 200 freestyle in 2:43.65 and the 100 backstroke in 1:25.82.

Carman-Ainsworth will swim in the County Meet today and Saturday at Fenton. – D.N.

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