The Cavalier boys finished ninth with 276 points at the SVL Jamboree Tuesday. Saginaw Heritage finished first with 36, Bay City Western was second with 37 and Midland was third with 81.
Juwan Willis was 54th in 19:47.23. Anthony Fisher was 66th in 20:29.47. Joe Chinkeefatt was 67th in 20:31.21. Wyatt Pangerl was 76th in 22:10.72. Justin Snider was 80th in 23:35.73.
Andrew Stephens was 81st in 24:00.65. Trevor Booth was 86th in 26:40.74. Tahj Willis was 89th in 27:23.66 and Zack Sheely was 90th in 28:56.46.
The Cavalier girls finished 10th with 308 points. Midland Dow was first with 52, Powers Catholic was second with 62 and Bay City Western was third with 69.
Arianna Vantine was 75th in 26:35.94. Bailey Curis was 78th in 28:14.33. Niajah Hood was 81st in 29:45.00.
Laura Depew was 84th in 31:08.14. Chante Boyd was 85th in 32:57.91. Devin Foster was 86th in 34:41.01. Teaira Davis was 87th in 38:37.10 and Aleah Mixon was 88th in 38:37.20.
The Cavalier boys finished sixth with 137 points at the Genesee Invitational Saturday. Juwan Willis was 17th in 19:24.5. Pangerl was 23rd in 19:42.3.
Chinkeefatt was 29th in 20:40.9. Booth was 36th in 21:35.9 and Stephens was 37th in 21:40.2.
The Cavalier girls did not compete at the event. — K.W.
The Cavaliers finished fourth in a Saginaw Valley League-South Division jamboree last Thursday at Swartz Creek Golf Course. Taylor Jarnigin tied for 15th place with a 52 as Carman- Ainsworth shot 231. Mikaila Garrison added 55, Sloan Barclay and Alanna Gleason 62 and Madysen League 63. Davison won the jamboree with 174, Lapeer shot 187 and Flint Powers Catholic 194.
Carman-Ainsworth will play in the Genesee County Invitational next Monday at Flint Elks Club. – D.N.
Natalie Cook won two events and Dorothy Dollinger placed third in two others to lead Carman-Ainsworth in a double dual last Thursday. Cook won the 200-yard freestyle in 2:17.37 and the 100 butterfly in 1:10.40. Dollinger swam the 500 free in 7:19.36 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:27.16. The Cavaliers lost to Lapeer 123-35 and Holly 132-37.
Carman-Ainsworth will swim at Swartz Creek tonight. – D.N.
ABA Firebirds moving to Flint
FLINT — An American Basketball Association Team, the former Pontiac Firebirds, is coming to the area in November. Games will be played at Flint Hamady. The Firebirds are slated to arrive November 25 and tickets will be on sale in about three weeks says team organizer Chris McLavish. McLavish attended Flint Northwestern High and played for the University of Southern Alabama. Details: www.Firebirdbasketball.com. – L.P.
CMB Basketball offers leagues, free clinics
FLINT – CMB Basketball will be offering its first annual fall basketball youth leagues/free clinics. Open to boys in grades 3-8 and girls in grades 4-5, games will be held at Cathedral of Faith Church Saturdays starting on Oct. 10. Practice for individuals begins Sept. 28 with twice weekly practice sessions. Team cost is $450, individuals pay $80. Details: Chris McLavish at 810-553- 8079. Register at cmbbasketballtraining.com Registration deadline is Sept. 26. – L.P.