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Carman-Ainsworth’s Katie Speaks celebrates a point in a recent game. On Tuesday, she contributed nine digs against Flint Powers Catholic.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Katie Speaks celebrates a point in a recent game. On Tuesday, she contributed nine digs against Flint Powers Catholic.

GOLF

Carman-Ainsworth finished third in a Saginaw Valley League crossover golf jamboree last Thursday, shooting 209 at Swartz Creek Golf Course.

Alanna Gleason shot 49, Madysen League 51, Mikaila Garrison 54 and Taylor Jarnigin 55 for the Cavaliers. No.1-ranked Div. 2 Midland Dow was first with 179, edging ninth-ranked Div. 3 Powers Catholic by two strokes. Mount Pleasant shot 229.

Monday’s match at Owosso was canceled, as is next Monday’s meet at Brandon. – D.N.

SOCCER

In Saginaw Valley League competition at Flint Southwestern on Sept. 23, the Cavs got goals from eight different athletes to win 8-0.

This included unassisted scores by Quiton Pincomb, Isaac Young, Derrald Boggan and Zack Lloyd, as well as Yahya Abedlahy on the Ali Hachem assist and Ryan Macko with help from Derrald Boggan. Jacob Yost also hit nothing but net on a pass from Belal Traini and Aaron Hopson connected from Abdelhay.

“Hats off to Southwestern for competing the way they did after only a couple of practices,” said coach Jay Witham.

Carman-Ainsworth was at Davison for a league game yesterday. — M.S.

VOLLEYBALL

The Cavaliers dropped a 25-16, 25-16, 25-13 decision to Powers Tuesday. Sarah Thurston had 16 assists and nine digs. Eriona Chambers added five kills and five blocks. Samantha Green had four kills and six blocks. Katie Speaks chipped in nine digs.

The Cavaliers are 1-2 in the SVL and 5-17-1 overall.

The Cavaliers lost to Flushing 25-10, 25-16, 25-19 last Wednesday. Thurston had nine assists and 10 digs. Chambers added seven kills. — K.W.


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