The Cavaliers dominated Genesee County rival Davison 72-26 in a Saginaw Valley League-South matchup on Friday at home. Leading this charge for Carman-Ainsworth was Omari Duncan with 19 points and scoring nine each were Terry Armstrong and Mike Fletcher.
“We got after them defensively, pressured them full court and got some easy turnovers,” said coach Jay Witham.
One key factor was the Cavs outscoring the Cardinals in every quarter, including 26-6 in the first and 17-7 in the second to go up 43-13 at the half. The squad then posted offensive advantages of 21-11 in the third to make it a 64-24 game and 8-2 in the fourth.
For Davison Brendan Fleming had eight points and Noah Dieterle gave a five-point performance.
Carman-Ainsworth next takes the court at Clarkston for a non-conference contest on Jan. 5. — M.S.
Two Lady Cavs had double-doubles and seven other players scored as Carman-Ainsworth routed Davison 59-31 last Friday in a Saginaw Valley League-South game at home. Destiny Strother had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Chelsey Carpenter had 10 points and 10 boards as the Cavs, 3-2, 1-2 SVL, snapped a two-game losing streak. Randi Richardson added 11 points and six steals and Harmany Williams had eight points.
Carman-Ainsworth took a 15-10 first-quarter lead and stretched it to 31-17 at halftime and 48-21 after three quarters. – D.N.
Jordan Bair bowled a 473 series on games of 214-259 and Jordan Nunn rolled 189-212 as the Cavaliers opened Saginaw Valley League play Saturday with a victory over Flint Southwestern at Colonial Lanes. Milton Gibson added 161-215 and Robbie Wheeler rolled a 234 second game.
The Lady Cavs also opened with a 28-2 victory over Southwestern. Caity Cox led with a 178-210 series and Tiara Poe added a 180, Molly Doty a 177, Jazmine Cozart a 170 and Jacquelynn Davis a 162.
Carman-Ainsworth will resume its season Jan. 2 with an SVL match against Mount Pleasant at Northern Lanes in Sanford. – D.N.