The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ team fell out of a tie for first place in the Saginaw Valley League last Saturday, beating Midland 30-0 but losing to Saginaw Heritage 19-11 in matches at Gerlach’s Bowling Center in Lapeer and Roll-AWay Lanes in Davison. The Cavaliers are tied for second at 6-1, one game behind 7-0 Davison.
Milton Gibson had a 493 series on games of 225 and 268, Jordan Bair bowled a 224-207 set and Jordan Nunn rolled a 211-215 series. Masen Ancira and Wanya Montgomery added 199 games, and Malachi Btson had a 180. The Cavs also smashed Baker games of 226 and 210.
The girls’ team also split, losing to Heritage 22-8 and beating Midland 27-3. The Lady Cavs are in a three-way tie for fourth place at 5-2, just one game behind three other 6-1 teams. Tiara Watson had games of 197 and 191and Molly Doty bowled a 182.
Carman-Ainsworth will bowl Bay City Western on Saturday at Northern Lanes in Sanford. – D.N.
A short-handed Carman-Ainsworth team finished seventh in the Mt. Morris Invitational last Saturday, going 2-3. Of the wrestlers that did show up, Grayden Hamilton went 5-0 at heavyweight. Going 4-1 were Jacob Yost at 112 pounds, Anna Alfaro at 119, Marcus Jones at 135, Nathan DeLong at 140 and Ronald Roland at 215.
On Jan. 20, the Cavaliers swept a pair of Saginaw Valley League matches at home, beating Saginaw Heritage 61-18 and Bay City Central 43-27. Going 2-0 were Elijah Brandon at 103, Yost at 112, Coreyonte Thomas at 140, Keondrea Johnson at 171, Joseph Stewart at 189, Roland at 215 and Hamilton at 285.
Carman-Ainsworth will wrestle in the Allen Park Invitational this Saturday. – D.N.