Carman-Ainsworth’s Korbin Bradon (9) and Deja Lester team up for a dig.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Korbin Bradon (9) and Deja Lester team up for a dig.


The Cavalier boys finished 19th in the team standings with 486 points at the Greater Flint Cross Country Championships last Thursday. Clio was first with 55, Davison was second with 83 and Grand Blanc was third with 101.

Tyler Pangerl was the top finisher for Carman-Ainsworth, taking seventh in 17:05.7. Juwan Willis was 37th in 19:53.3. Julian Houston was 46th in 21:08.3. Andre Thorton was 48th in 21:21.6.

Keith Belk took 50th in 21:44.1. Ryan Thomas was 52nd in 24:25.6 and Andrew Stephens was 54th in 25:27.0.

The Cavalier girls did not have enough runners to post a team score. Bailey Curtis was 44th in 26:40.2. Laura Depew was 45th in 28:25.0. Teaira Davis was 47th in 31:53.8 and D’Mya Mason was 48th in 37:01.9. — K.W.


Ortonville Brandon beat Carman- Ainsworth 226-190 at The Jewel of Grand Blanc on Monday. Taylor Jarnigin led Carman-Ainsworth with 53.

The Lady Cavaliers fired 495 at last Wednesday’s final league meet. Midland Dow won the meet with 328, Davison was second with 338 and Flint Powers third with 355. Lapeer was fourth with 380. – L.P.


In their final home game of the 2014 regular season on Oct. 6, Carman- Ainsworth tied Goodrich 1-1 on Monday. Kyce Zaiter scored first for the Cavs on the pass from Shukairy, which the Martians countered after halftime off the foot of Duncan Tetmeyer with help from Aaron Saunders. In net, Tyler Springer had four saves for the Cavs and Goodrich goalie Kyle Neuman made six defensive stops.

In a Saginaw Valley League-South matchup at Davison on Oct. 1, the Cavs won 3-1 on a pair of goals by Leon Bell. Ahmad Alzahabi also scored, adding an assist each were Isaac Young, Wisdom Pittman and Shukairy and making seven saves was goalie Ray Macko.

Carman-Ainsworth is at Linden for a non-conference game today. — M.S.


The Lady Cavaliers suffered a setback on Tuesday, hosting Midland Dow in a Saginaw Valley League crossover dual that saw the Chargers come out on top in three sets, 25-12, 27-25, 25-15.

Deja Lester put up seven kills, three blocks and eight digs while Korbin Brandon recorded eight service points. Jessica Smith had nine kills and 12 digs and Sarah Thurston added 23 assists.

Carman-Ainsworth travels to the Saline Tournament on Saturday. — B.P.

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