Carman-Ainsworth lost at Clarkston 5-1 and 11-0 in their final non-league road doubleheader of the 2015-16 regular season last Friday. With just three hits for the first game compared to 10 allowed, the Cavs went up 1-0 in the first inning of game one before the Wolves tied the score at 1-1 in the third and claimed a 3-1 lead in the fourth. Going 1-for-3 with a run was Jawanza Edwards, Garret Gleason went 1-for-4 and Aaron Gagnon was 1-for-2 with one RBI. Cooper Betancourt also drew a walk.
In the second contest Carman- Ainsworth had just five hits against 12 allowed, which included Lucas Shoffer and Bettancourt coming in at 2-for-2. Adding a hit in two-at bats was James Dixson. The Cavs also made two errors that helped Clarkston create gaps of 4-0 in the first and 9-0 in the second before scoring twice more in the fourth in the five-inning game.
The bats came alive with 12 hits on May 26 as Carman-Ainsworth downed Mt. Morris 4-3 in eight innings. The game was a back-and-forth affair that started with the Cavs jumping out to advantages of 1-0 in the first and 2-0 in the second before the Panthers tied the game at 2-2 in the fourth. The Cavs pulled ahead 3-2 in the sixth. Carman- Ainsworth then scored a run each in the seventh and eighth to swipe the decision.
Charting three hits in four trips to the plate for the Cavs was Matt Durbin, Isaac Gillum went 2-for-3 with a run and going 1-for-4 were Gagnon and Austin Jerome. Garret Gleason was 1-for-3 with two RBI and Edwards went 1-for-2 with two runs. – M.S.
The Lady Cavs hosted Genesee last Thursday in the regular season finale, falling in the opener, 4-3, before bouncing back for an 11-7 win. Details were not reported. – B.P.
At Saginaw Valley League Meet
1. Carman-Ainsworth 139, 2. Bay City Western 84, 3. Davison 83, 4. Heritage 74, 5. Midland 64, 6. Mt. Pleasant 63, 7. Powers Catholic 41, 8. Midland Dow 28, 9T. Saginaw 22, Southwestern 22, 11. Arthur Hill 17, 12. Northwestern 9, 13. (tie) Lapeer 8, Bay City Central 8
100 – 2. Chris Sylvester 11.4, 7. Randall Broome 11.92; 200 – 2. Joe Stewart 23.48, 3. Sylvester 23.61; 400 – 1. Kyle Mason 50.78; 110 hurdles – 1. Cahlil Brownlee 14.81, 5. Kenjamin Cochran 15.89; 300 hurdles – Juwan Willis 39.75, Brownlee 40.28; 800 relay – 1. Carman-Ainsworth (Mason, Stewart, Sylvester, Willis) 1:31.21; 1600 relay – 1. Carman- Ainsworth (Stewart, Mason, Brownlee, Willis) 3:27.21; Shot put – 2. Romeo Evans 46-1.75, 6. Khalil Johnson 43-1; Discus – 1. Khalil Johnson 151-8, 5. Malcolm Moore 127-1; High jump – 2. Willis 6-5; Pole vault – 3. Wyatt Pangerl 11-11; Long jump – 1. Brownlee 22-7, 5. Arron Williams 20-8
1. Midland 125, 2. Bay City Western 115.5, 3. Davison 79.5, 4. Powers Catholic 74, 5. Midland Dow 64, 6. Heritage 49, 7. Bay City Central 37, 8. Lapeer 27.5, 9. Southwestern 24, 10. Saginaw 22, 11. Carman-Ainsworth 21, 12. Arthur Hill 18, 13. Mt Pleasant 4.5, 14. Northwestern 2
100 – 5. Aleah Mixon 13.2; 300 hurdles – 8. Laura DePew 51.19; 400 relay – 1. Carman- Ainsworth (Harmany Williams, Destiny Morris, Dejene McNair, Mixon) 50.7; 800 relay – 6. Carman-Ainsworth (Raigan Davis, Tamaria Jones, Areyanna Harrison, Essianna Spiller) 1:52.92 – K.W.
The First Tee of Eastern Michigan Open House at Seifert Golf Center
GRAND BLANC — The First Tee of Eastern Michigan will host an Open House at Seifert Golf Center in Grand Blanc on Saturday, June 11 from 3-5pm. The Open House will introduce families with children ages 5-18 to The First Tee programming and answer questions about its junior golf programs offered this summer.
Included is a sample of a First Tee class and a putting clinic. Children that attend can participate in both events and families are also invited to play golf or hit balls for a discount at Seifert’s that afternoon ($4.00 for golf and $1.00 off buckets of balls). Kids should bring their golf clubs with them.
The First Tee of Eastern Michigan provides junior golf programming to kids 5 – 18 years of age. Registration fee for The First Tee Eastern Michigan’s summer program is $100 per participant and includes six weeks of instruction (classes held once a week) and a year-end celebration tournament and banquet. Courses offering the program include IMA Brookwood Golf Club in Burton, Lake Nepessing Golfland in Lapeer, Castle Creek Golf Club in Attica and Seifert Golf Center in Grand Blanc.
Details: visit the website at www.thefirstteeeasternmichigan.org or call Diane Wojciechowski, Executive Director at (810) 249-7060. — L.P.
CMB Basketball summer camp
BURTON – CMB Basketball will offer its Dream Big summer camp series at multiple locations with guest appearances by present/former NBA and Pro players. Registration is open now and deadline is 14 days before start of camp. $125 per camp, multiple camp and team discounts available. Open to girls and boys in grades 3-12. Kearsley High, June 20-24, IAF July 11-14, 18-21 and 25-29. Each camp has specific age groups. To register and for specifics cmbbasketballtraining.com. – L.P.