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Mikaila Garrison shot 48 to lead Carman-Ainsworth to fourth place in Tuesday’s Saginaw Valley League jamboree at Lapeer Country Club.

Mikaila Garrison shot 48 to lead Carman-Ainsworth to fourth place in Tuesday’s Saginaw Valley League jamboree at Lapeer Country Club.

GOLF

The Cavaliers finished fourth in Tuesday’s Saginaw Valley League jamboree at Lapeer Country Club, shooting 407. Mikaila Garrison carded 48 and Taylor Jarnigin 50.

Carman-Ainsworth will play at Davison on Sept. 14. – D.N.

SOCCER

Ray Macko made six saves at Clio on Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough to keep the Cavaliers from falling 2-0. Making four saves for the Mustangs was Brendan Beasinger.

“It was a tough physical game on both sides. Our effort was there,” said Carman-Ainsworth coach Jay Witham. “We gave up a fluke first goal when our goalie tried to clear it and hit right off of Chase Beecher from Clio. The second goal, Jacob Carriveau did a great job getting around our defense to score. We need to bring energy for 80 minutes.

Right now we just show glimpses of it.”

In a Saginaw Valley League contest on Monday, Carman-Ainsworth blasted Saginaw Nouvel 7-1. Marshalling this offensive parade for the Cavs was Quinton Pincomb with a hat trick and an assist, Isacc Young, Yazeed Abdelhay and Derrald Bogan had a goal and an assist each and Ryan Farrar scored once, Spencer Fiweg and Ali Hachem also had an assist apiece and Macko added three saves.

In a non-conference contest on Aug. 26, the Cavaliers tied Genesee County rival Kearsley 1-1. Connecting for Carman-Ainsworth was Abdelhay at the 36th minute of the first half and making six saves was Macko. For the Hornets, Stevie Lane scored on a penalty kick with three minutes left in regulation. The Cavs, 2-4-1 overall, 0-0 Saginaw Valley League, are at Flushing on Sept. 8. — M.S.


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