Lady Cavs to play first game in Valley





Bianca Jackson (20) and the Lady Cavaliers will charge into Saginaw Valley League play Friday against Flushing.

Bianca Jackson (20) and the Lady Cavaliers will charge into Saginaw Valley League play Friday against Flushing.

FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth will play its first girls’ basketball game in the Saginaw Valley League tomorrow night, when it hosts Flushing at 7 p.m.

The Lady Cavs and Lady Raiders are old friends from their years in the Big Nine Conference, but now they are vying for the SVL-South crown.

Carman-Ainsworth has struggled against Flushing in recent years, but the Raiders are in a rebuilding situation this season. They struggled to get past Swartz Creek in their opener, and Carman- Ainsworth beat those same Dragons by 24 points three nights later.

Carman-Ainsworth is 1-2 and hasn’t played since a 54-46 loss at Hartland on Dec. 4. The Lady Cavs are deep in experienced players and are led by seniors Ashley Hall and Kinterra Tomlin.

Flushing was 2-2 going into Tuesday night’s game against Davison and absorbed a 43-17 beating at the hands of defending Class B state champion Goodrich on Dec. 4.

After hosting Flushing, Carman- Ainsworth will visit Flint Northwestern for another Valley game Tuesday.


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