Roundup




Katie Speak sends6 the ball back across the net for Carman-Ainsworth.

Katie Speak sends6 the ball back across the net for Carman-Ainsworth.

CROSS COUNTRY

The Cavalier boys finished 21st with 544 points at the Heritage Invitational Saturday. Heritage finished first with 56.

Joe Chinkeefatt was 98th in 19:30.2, Juwan Willis was 100th in 19:35, Anthony Fisher was 112th in 20:11.5 and Justin Snider was 142nd in 21:20.4. Andrew Stephens was 153rd in 21:58.2 and Trevor Booth was 155th in 21:13.8.

The Cavalier girls did not post a team score. Midland Dow finished first with 44.

Chante Boyd was 129th in 28:04.6, Arianna Vantine was 132nd in 28:41.6 and Bailey Curtis was 133rd in 28:41.8. — K.W.

SOCCER

On Thursday the Cavs lost to Genesee County and Flint Metro League rival Flushing 3-0. Scoring for the Raiders were Joe Griffus, Austin Sordly and Leighton Chappell.

“Flushing did a goal job pressuring us and we struggled keeping our composer. We did a poor job staying with our marks through the midfield,” said coach Jay Witham.

Carman-Ainsworth had a conference crossover game yesterday. — M.S.


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