ROUNDUP




Carman-Ainsworth’s Laura Depew, middle, leaps over a hurdle in the Shake of the Rust Invitational at Davison on April 15.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Laura Depew, middle, leaps over a hurdle in the Shake of the Rust Invitational at Davison on April 15.

SOCCER

The Cavaliers defeated Pontiac 7-2 in a match on Monday. Nisreen Shukairy and Destinee Lester had three goals and an assist each.

Kendall Bragg added the other goal for Carman-Ainsworth. Keeper Arianna Vantine made two saves. – K.W.

TENNIS

Carman-Ainsworth fourth at Heritage Quad

4-25-16

Heritage 21 pts., Traverse City Central 12 pts., Mt. Pleasant 11 pts., Carman-Ainsworth 4 pts.

J’Lynn Corder at No. 1 Singles and Dorothy Dollinger at No. 4 Singles earned four points for the Lady Cavs.

Carman-Ainsworth third at St. Johns

4-23-16

St. Johns 18 pts., Carman-Ainsworth 12 pts., Ithaca 0.

J’Lynn Corder at No. 1 Singles and Dorothy Dollinger at No. 4 Singles took gold after winning their matches. – L.P.

CARMAN TRACK

BOYS SCORES

Carman-Ainsworth 101.5, 2. Midland Dow 56.5, 3. Northwestern 11;

CARMAN-AINSWORTH BOYS RESULTS

100 – 1. Chris Sylvester 11.77, 3. (tie) Keith Franklin 11.92; 200 – 1. Joe Stewart 23.65, 2. Sylvester 24.02; 400 – 1. Kyle Mason 52.48, 2. Stewart 52.60; 800 – 1. Derek Jones 2:20.22, 2. Nicholas Mack 2:22.04; 1600 – 2. David Rawls 5:22.06, 3. Christopher Vanderson 5:45.95; 110 hurdles – 1. Cahlil Brownlee 15.23, 3. Dion Hickman 21.13; 300 hurdles – 1. Juwan Willis 43.30, 2. Brownlee 43.58; 400 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth 46.37; 1600 relay – 2. Carman-Ainsworth 4:08.74; 3200 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth 9:27.97; Shot put – 1. Romeo Evans 45-4.5, 2. Kahliil Johnson 42-3.5; Discus – 1. Johnson 134-7, 2. Malcolm Moore 118-3; High jump – 1. Willis 6-0, 3. Mack 5-6; Pole vault – 1. Wyatt Pangerl 11-0; Long jump – 1. Brownlee 21-7

GIRLS RESULTS

Midland Dow 75.5, 2. Carman-Ainsworth 74.5, 3. Northwestern 10

CARMAN-AINSWORTH RESULTS

100 – 1. Harmany Williams 13.56, 2. Aleah Mixon 13.57, 3. Dejene McNair 13.77; 200 – 2. Dymone Keaton 30.05, 3. Mixon 30.17; 400 – 2. Kierra Gillard 1:06.55, 3. Kya Powell 1:08.22; 3200 – 2. Bailey Curtis 15:26.30; 100 hurdles – 1. Williams 16.79, 2. Laura Depew 18.17, 3. Andrenaya Abron 19.64; 300 hurdles – 1. Depew 53.76; 400 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth 52.77; 800 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth 1:55.88; 1600 relay – 2. Carman-Ainsworth 4:48.78; 3200 relay – 2. Carman-Ainsworth 11:49.97; Shot put – 2. Falon Fletcher 28-01.00; Discus – 2 (tie) Fletcher 65-09; High jump – 2. Tamaria Jones 4-04.00; Long jump – 2. Powell 14-00.00, 3. Depew 13-11.00 – K.W.

Sports shorts

Area officials honored for decades of service

LANSING – The Michigan High School Athletic Association will honor high school sports officials who have served 20 or more years at its April 30 Officials’ Awards and Alumni Banquet. The banquet takes place at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West in Lansing.

Local officials from Lapeer and Genesee counties who made the list include Christine J. Lee of Brown City, Ray Kubani, Ed Roberts and Jeff Torok of Davison, Greg Hamilton, Ron Thomas of Grand Blanc, Mark Gallagher of Swartz Creek for 20 years of service. Michael Krellwitz of Grand Blanc Stephen Fox of Lapeer will be honored for 30 years and Michael Steinkraus of Davison, Reed Johnson of Flushing and David Sutton of Swartz Creek will be honored for 40 years. – L.P.

Three-part competition to support CURED

DAVISON – A day-long athletic competition in three different sports will be held June 4 at Rollaway Lanes and Copper Ridge Golf Club. The event is titled Tri for CURED (Campaign Urging Research for Eosinophilic Disease).

A two-person Scotch bowling tournament will start the day at Rollaway Lanes, followed by an 18-golf scramble at Copper Ridge and finishing with a bean-bag toss at Copper Ridge. Registration begins at 10:30-11 a.m. at Rollaway Lanes, with bowling beginning at 11:30.

Registration is $100 per person, with a deadline of May 14 and a limit of 60 teams. Late registration is $110 per person. The cost includes two drink tickets each at Rollaway and Copper Ridge, plus keg beer and pizza at the final event, with a cash bar and live music after the event. All proceeds will be donated to the CURED Foundation.

Contact Todd Murawski at 810-656-6701 or Kevin Mataway at 248-417-9040. – D.N.


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