ROUNDUP




Carman-Ainsworth’s Eli Young looks to escape a pair of Corunna opponents during the season opener on Aug. 17. Photo by Brandon Pope

Carman-Ainsworth’s Eli Young looks to escape a pair of Corunna opponents during the season opener on Aug. 17. Photo by Brandon Pope

CROSS COUNTRY

The Cavaliers opened the season at the Corunna meet on Tuesday with the boys in 12th with 302 and the girls ninth with 265. Joe Chinkeefatt led the boys in 36th in 19:22.41, Kline Thompson was 70th in 20:53.36 and Keegan Maguffee 97th in 21:50.17. Andre Williams placed 105th in 22:07.17 and Dalero McNeal 143rd in 23:39.91.

Rayven Brantley led the Lady Cavs in 54th in 24:26.90, Mikaiah Holbrook was 58th in 24:46.34 and Priscilla Bradford- Walker 71st in 26:17.65. Ayianna Massey was 81st in 27:15.07 and Rachel Allen 133rd in 31:25.81. – B.P.

GOLF

The Lady Cavs competed in a Saginaw Valley League 9-hole meet at Davison Country Club Tuesday, finishing with a team-total 269.

Payton Dixon led Carman-Ainsworth with a 61 and was followed by Jamie Arnold, who carded a 63. Michaela Hitchcock finished with a 69 and Serenity Cooper added a 76.

On Monday, the team traveled to Flint Golf Club for the Flint Powers Invitational. Only two girls finished out their rounds, as Dixon carded a 111 and Arnold added a 137. Hitchcock also competed, but she had to withdraw due to the heat.

Last Wednesday, Carman-Ainsworth was at the Saginaw Valley League’s preseason tournament, but was unable to post a final score because only two golfers competed on the day. Flint Powers Catholic placed first with a 341, Grand Blanc was second with a 357 and Midland Dow was third with a 370.

Dixon led the way with a 122, while Arnold chipped in a 129.

Carman-Ainsworth is at a Saginaw Valley League tournament next Thursday at Flushing Valley. – A.V.

SOCCER

Carman-Ainsworth improved to 4-0 on Monday after the Cavaliers defeated Owosso 2-0. Both goals came from Wallace Hill.

Carman-Ainsworth defeated Bay City John Glenn 2-1 last Wednesday. John Glenn grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first half, but the Cavaliers found the net twice in the second to steal the win. Keenan Shukairy and Hill had a goal each.

Carman-Ainsworth was at Clio on Wednesday and is at Bay City Central next Wednesday. – K.R.


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