The boys and girls teams both finished in fifth place at the Saginaw Valley League-South Jamboree on Tuesday with scores of 148 and 134 respectively. Joe Chinkeefatt led the boys in 36th in 19:42.95, Dalero McNeal was 52nd in 20:58.30 and Keegan Maguffee 58th in 21:20.81. Kielin Thompson took 72nd in 23:20.96 and Quinton Brown 83rd in 25:28.14.
For the girls Rayven Brantley was 19th in 22:46.93, Ayianna Massey was 31st in 24:41.33 and Mikaiah Holbrook 36th in 24:48.89. Mikayla Holbrook placed 44th in 25:59.25 and Taylor Chambers 63rd in 33:09.60.
The Cavaliers were at the annual Linden Invitational on Saturday, led by Precious Horton’s 35th place finish in 21:31.15. Brantley took 54th in 22:04.65 and Priscilla Bradford-Walker was 97th in 23:59.99. Massey came in 103rd in 24:23.84 and Amelia Gasser 120th in 30:56.09.
For the boys McNeal in 99th in 20:44.84, Thompson took 108th in 21:14.49 and Maguffee 112th in 22:18.20. Ian Wickham was 115th in 24:06.29 and Brown 116th in 26:21.83. – B.P.
Carman-Ainsworth competed in a Saginaw Valley League Dual last Thursday.
Jamie Arnold led the team with a 54 on the day. Payton Dixon recorded a 57 and Michaela Hitchcock a 68 for the team’s other scores.
Carman-Ainsworth was at the Saginaw Valley League Championship tournament at the Fortress Wednesday after press deadlines. – A.V.
The Cavaliers shut out Kearsley 5-0 on Monday.
Wallace Hill had a hat trick and also scored his 20th goal of the season. Jack Carter and Aiden Freeney added a goal apiece.
Last Wednesday, Carman-Ainsworth saw an even 2-2 final with Saginaw Valley League opponent Lapeer. Hill and Omar Abdalla each rippled the mesh once.
Carman-Ainsworth, 10-1-3, is at Davison today and Flint Powers on Monday. – K.R.