HOWELL— The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ hoops squad won its second consecutive game on Monday, picking up a road victory against Howell, 66-41.
The Lady Cavs forced 39 turnovers in the win, despite only leading by a point in the early minutes of the third quarter, but eventually began to pull away. A run of 11-1 would increase the Carman-Ainsworth lead to 10 points.
Kinterra Tomlin led the Lady Cavs’ offense with 11 points, six steals and 10 rebounds. Aliah Stinnett, Ashley Hall and Jasmine Jones each chipped in nine points. Nariyel Purches posted 11 rebounds and eight points.
After surrendering a comfortable lead in the season-opening heartbreaker against Grand Blanc, Carman-Ainsworth rebounded last Thursday with a big win over Swartz Creek, 70-58.
The story of the night focused on the Cavs’ Hall, who scored a team high 21 points in the win. Hall made eight field goals, and went 5-for-7 at the line. Jones also helped contribute, adding 15 points of her own. Kapri Thompson chipped in 10, while Tomlin put up six.
In last week’s edition, we captioned a photo with the name Jasmine Jones. The players was Aliah Stinnett.