ROCHESTER HILLS — It’s been quite a season for the Carman-Ainsworth girls’ golf program. The Cavaliers began to solidify their program in the area, showing improvement all season long. Injuries hindered the Lady Cavs earlier on, but they are back on the right track and ready to see what they can do at the post season level. Carman-Ainsworth will take part in the Regional No. 5, which is being hosted by Rochester Hills Stoney Creek at Twin Lakes Golf Course.
Along with the Lady Cavs and Stoney Creek, the field of teams will include Clinton Township Chippewa Valley, Clarkston, Davison, Grand Blanc, Lake Orion, Midland, Oxford, Port Huron Northern, Rochester Hills Rochester, Rochester Adams, Romeo, Saginaw Heritage, Shelby Township Utica Eisenhower and West Bloomfield.
The competition may be tough, but Carman- Ainsworth has looked good against quality opponents all season and has shown quite a bit of consistency when it comes to their new conference foes in the Saginaw Valley League.
The Lady Cavs expect big things from Megan Borgerding, who is often at the top of the Carman-Ainsworth scorecard following each competition. Selena Johnson has also had several top-tier performances this year and Mikaila Garrison continues to be a pillar in the lineup for the Cavs. Morgan Genore and Taylor Talbert have also been known to make a splash, along with Aulbany McComb, so Carman- Ainsworth is no team to sleep on heading into Thursday’s regional.