FLINT – The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ bowling team finished 8-4 a year ago, which landed them in fourth place in the Saginaw Valley League. They weren’t able to qualify anyone for the state finals, but having only graduated two players in the offseason, the Cavaliers will be a tough draw.
Molly Doty and Jacquelynn Davis will lead the pack, while also returning Sarah Roe, Victoria Roe and Angie Pointer. The Cavs have also added some talent with the likes of Tanya Jefferies and Izabella Thoune.
“Consistency against the top tier teams of Kearsley and Davison (will be a challenge),” said Carman-Ainsworth coach Paul Ballard. “(We’ll be) more competitive this year than last year based on player roster.
Requests for preseason information for the boys’ team went unanswered. – B.P.