Andre Thornton clears a hurdle in a meet April 12 at Davison.

Andre Thornton clears a hurdle in a meet April 12 at Davison.


Carman-Ainsworth placed 11th with 470 strokes in the second Saginaw Valley League jamboree of the season Tuesday at Davison Country Club. Haywood Petty led the Cavaliers with a 95.

Flint Powers Catholic topped the 15- team field with 301, Midland Dow was second with 306 and host Davison was third with 307. — D.N.


The Lady Cavaliers lost, 21-8, to Midland Dow on April 23. Carman- Ainsworth was to host Flint Powers Catholic on Tuesday, but the game was canceled due to poor field conditions. The game will not be rescheduled. — E.H.


The Cavaliers lost a non-league doubleheader to Holly, 18-5, 13-3, at home Tuesday. Jessica McClung went 5-for-6 and Jennie Klapko was 4-for-6. Brianna Haskins went 3-for-3 in the second game. Korbin Brandon had two hits and two RBI, and Madison Cox added two hits and one RBI.

Carman-Ainsworth lost a softball doubleheader to Mount Pleasant on Monday, 14-4, 15-0, at home. Klapko and Meghan Borgerding each had two hits, and Borgerding also drove in two runs.

The Cavaliers dropped a Saginaw Valley League-South Division twinbill at Flushing last Thursday, 14-2, 21-10. On a bitter cold evening, Borgerding had two hits in the first game. The nightcap was close until the seventh inning, when Flushing pulled away.

“Flushing’s bats came alive and were unstoppable during the seventh inning,” said Carman-Ainsworth coach Joy Roe.

McClung led the Cavs with three hits and three RBI. Klapko had a pair of hits with three RBI. Borgerding had two RBI with a double to left field. Jessica Smith had a pair of hits and an RBI. Elizabeth Roe had a run-scoring single, and Brandon had a drive to right field.

The Cavaliers will play another Valley doubleheader today at Flint Northwestern. — D.N.


The Cavaliers hosted Saginaw Arthur Hill and Flushing in a tri-meet on Tuesday as the boys won with 99.5 points and the girls came in second with 66 points. Flushing’s girls won with 94 points, while Arthur Hill amassed six and Flushing’s boys recorded 58.5 to Arthur Hill’s 17.

For the boys, Cleandre Robinson won the discus, throwing 133-feet, 8-inches and John Jones won the shot put with a toss of 45-feet, 11-inches. Ja’Quin Jones took the top spot in the high jump at 6- feet, while Tyler Minor was victorious in the long jump at 21-feet, 3-inches.

James Johnson was first in the 1600- meter run in 4:53.00 and Antwan Curtis finished at the top of the 400-meter run in 53.10. Byrant Hudson won the 300- meter hurdles in 40.79 and Demarion Allen was the top runner in the 200- meter dash in 23.09.

The 800-meter relay team of Kiyon Bush, Javonte Alexander, Allen and Minor won in 1:32.70. Bush, Alexander, Allen and Logan Banister won the 400- meter relay in 43.92, as did Curtis, Banister, Hudson and Willy Bradford in the 1600-meter relay in 3:31.00.

For the Lady cavs, Diamond Scales took top honors in the in the pole vault at 8-feet and Angel Proby won the long jump, leaping 16-feet, 3-inches. The 800-meter relay team was victorious as Lyssa Garcia, Harmony Williams, Ashley Hall and Italia Daniels finished in 1:50.91. The 400-meter relay team also took first with Garcia, Hall, Daniels and Loren Riley crossing the finish line in 52.94.

Carman-Ainsworth takes on Grand Blanc on Friday. — B.P.

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