The Cavalier boys finished ninth with 258 points at the Kayla O’Mara Invitational Saturday. Holly was first with 42, Heritage was second with 53, Davison was third with 63.
Tyler Pangerl was 20th in 17:10.71, Juwan Willis was 62nd in 20:26.13, Keith Belk was 68th in 21:21.64 and Andre Thorton was 75th in 22:32.88. Ryan Thomas was 77th in 24:23.5, Justin Snider was 78th in 24:25.07 and Andrew Stephens was 79th in 24:33.01.
The Cavalier girls did not post a team 18 score. Bailer Curtis was 61st in 26:32.7, Teaira Davis was 64th in 30:57.22 and D’Mya Mason was 65th in 32:54.23. — K.W.
In their final game of the 2014 varsity soccer regular season, Carman- Ainsworth lost at Flint Metro League rival Linden 5-2 last Thursday. The Cavs actually took a 1-0 lead into halftime after Leon Bell scored with help from Uthman Shukairy, only to give up five goals in a row in the second half. Bell also connected for the final goal of the game on the Ahmad Alzahabi assist and Tyler Springer made 13 saves.
A trip to Saginaw Nouvel on Oct. 7 ended in a 6-1 victory for the Cavaliers. Ahmad Alzahabi led the offensive charge with two goals and an assist, Kyce Zaiter scored twice and Leon Bell and Yahya Abdelhay added a goal and an assist each. Uthman Shukairy also had three assists and charting an assist was Tyler Springer, who along with Ray Macko, managed a save a piece. — M.S.
Hitting the road to face off with arch-rival Flint Powers Catholic on Tuesday, the Lady Cavaliers suffered a four-set loss to the Chargers, 15-25, 25-19, 14-25, 21-25. Eriona Chambers had five blocks, Deja Lester added seven kills three blocks and 11 digs, Jessica Smith had four aces, 11 kills and 11 digs and Sarah Thurston added 20 assists.
The Cavaliers are at Swartz Creek today. — B.P.