Carman-Ainsworth’s Stephan Clark controls the ball in Monday’s win at Flint Northwestern.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Stephan Clark controls the ball in Monday’s win at Flint Northwestern.


The Cavaliers were at the Linden Classic on Saturday with Tyler Pangerl leading the team in 11th place in 17:25.28. James Johnson was 27th in 18:33.64, Ahmir Dunn was 43rd in 20:31.95, Michael Toles 46th in 21:29.96, Aaron Sedrick 48th in 22:51.89, Keith Belk 49th in 23:42.89 and Larry Dunn was 50th in 24:17.76. Erick VanDuyne was 51st in 24:20.81 and Juwan Willis 53rd in 29:47.10.

In the girls’ race, Bailey Curtis was 59th in 31:39.62, Italy Daniels was 60th in 35:50.97 and Teaira Davis was 61st in 35:52.12. — L.P.


The Cavaliers routed Flint Northwestern, 8-0, in a Saginaw Valley League game Monday at Northwestern. Eight different players scored goals, all in the first half, as Carman-Ainsworth completed the mercy-rule victory by halftime. Terance Green led the offense with a goal and three assists, and Ahmad Al-Zahabi had a goal and one assist. Stephan Clark, Stephon Gatica, Anas Morsi, Leon Bell, David Rawls and Ben DuPree also scored goals, while Andrew Ramirez, Tyler Springer and Zach Smith added assists. Austin Yost needed no saves to get the shutout in goal.

Selena Adams works her way across the pool for the Carman-Ainsworth/Flushing varsity swim and dive team.

Selena Adams works her way across the pool for the Carman-Ainsworth/Flushing varsity swim and dive team.

On Sept. 18, the Cavs traveled to Mount Pleasant for a Saginaw Valley League crossover game and fell, 5-2. Carman-Ainsworth trailed, 2-0, at halftime, but battled back in the second half on goals by Al-Zahabi and Morsi. Mount Pleasant, however, kept the pressure on and scored three second-half goals to pull away. Andrew Ramirez was busy in the Cavs’ goal with eight saves.

Carman-Ainsworth will host Saginaw Nouvel in a non-league game Friday. — D.N.


In a non-conference road matchup on Tuesday, Carman-Ainsworth/Flushing was dominant in taking a 94-79 win at Holly. Placing first in the 200 medley relay were McKenzie Brtlett, Emily Stemczynski, Rebecca Hrit and Selena Adams in 2:11.23, in the 200 free the Lady Cavs grabbed the top spots as Kayla Seeley finished in 2:19 and Rebecca Bates touched the wall in 2:25. In the 200 IM, Bartlett was first in 2:43 and Hrit was second in 2:48. In the 50 free, Stemcynski was the winner for Carman-Ainsworth in 27.07 and Jennifer Messina and Ashley Jones tied for second in 31.61 and Messina was also victorious in the diving with a score of 155.73, Kassidy Lord was second with 151.85 and Taylor Wheaton had 148.45 points to take third.

In the 100 fly, Hrit led the pack in 1:15.81, Adams was next in 1:18.70 and in third McKenzie Johnson clocked in at 1:32.58. In the 100 free, Dorothy Dollinger claimed victory in 1:06.50 and in the 500 free Seeley won in 6:14.22 and Bade was the runner-up in 6:34.51. Carman-Ainsworth exhibitioned the rest of its events and didn’t score any more points, but still gave performances such as Adams, Stemczynski, Dollinger and Seeley completing the 200 free relay in 1:56.99, in the 100 back Bartlett was done in 1:14.98 and Adams swam a 1:15.77 and in the 100 breast Stemczynski wrapped things up in 1:21.97.

“It was really nice to get a win tonight. This kind of was a tune-up meet for Genesee County. We’ll definitely be working this week to prepare for that,” said coach Kevin McGlashen.

The Lady Cavs also lost at home on Sept. 19 to Midland Dow and next compete at the Genesee County Meet today, tomorrow and Saturday at Fenton.

“We’ll probably be in the middle of the pack. I don’t know that we’ll get enough kids in to move up really high. Plus, there are some excellent girls teams like Brandon, Grand Blanc and Fenton that are all going to place high,” McGlashen said. “Kearsley is also pretty good this year, so they may be fighting with Powers up top.” — M.S.


The Cavaliers lost, 8-0, to Flushing last Thursday.

Joey Lee defeated Chris Crowder, 4-6, 7-5, ret., at No. 1 Singles, Aaron Adams beat Noah Reed, 6-2, 6-3, at No. 2, Damen Haley lost, 2-6, 0-6, to Chris Newman at No. 3. and Mark D’Angelo dropped a 2-6, 1-6 decision to David Burkhardt at No. 4.

Kyle Fluker/Vlad Li lost, 2-6, 0-6, to Nick/Donley/Matt Hoff at No. 1 Doubles, Joe Montass/Philip Wu defeated Ethan and Luke Moore, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 2, Jaylen Bransfort/Evan Walker dropped a 0-6, 0-6 decision to Alex Hallandall/Tyler Roddie at No. 3 and Christian Jones/Jared Young lost, 0- 6, 1-6, to Eli Hallandall/Matt Karas at No. 4. — K.W.

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