The Carman-Ainsworth cross country team competed at the Great Flint Championship at the Cummings Center on Saturday, where the Cavalier boys were 19th with 572 out of 22 teams. Corunna was first with 50, Flint Powers second with 82 and Fenton third with 83.
Joe Chinkefatt led the Carman- Ainsworth boys, finishing 40th in 18:59.61. Dalero McNeal was 51st in 20:06.67 Andre Williams was 55th in 20:12.51 and Keegan Maguffee was 56th in 20:20.52. Colin Smith was 58th in 20:45.55.
The Lady Cavs ran shorthanded and were unable to post a team score. Mikaiah Holbrook was 102nd in 23:37.76. Niajah Hood was 142nd in 26:38.63 and Chante Boyd was 154th in 29:59.47.
Last Wednesday, Carman-Ainsworth ran at the Saginaw Valley League Jamboree 2 hosted by Saginaw Heritage. Carman-Ainsworth’s boys were ninth out of 11 teams with 276. Saginaw Heritage was first with 32, Flint Powers second with 43 and Davison third with 109.
Chinkeefatt continued to lead the Cavaliers, finishing 19th in 17:40.01. McNeal was 70th in 20:43.91. Smith was 75th in 20:55.16, Maguffee was 77th in 21:02.21 and Williams was 80th in 21:19.04.
The Carman-Ainsworth girls finished ninth with 284. Midland Dow was first with 45, Bay City Western second with 50 and Flint Powers third with 69.
Rayven Bentley was the top runner for the Lady Cavs, finishing 59th in 23:38.67. Priscilla Bradford was 60th in 23:42.16. Mikaiah Holbrook was 67th in 24:47.07, Mikayla Holbrook was 70th in 24:59.5 and Ayianna Massey was 71st in 25:01.66.
Carman-Ainsworth is at the 30th Annual Heritage Invitational on Saturday. – K.R.
Carman-Ainsworth hosted Bay City Western on Monday and Arthur Hill last Wednesday. No stats or scores were reported prior to press deadlines.
The Cavaliers were at Lapeer last night and travel to Heritage on Monday. – K.R.