ROUNDUP




Carman-Ainsworth’s Jacob Yost kicks the ball out of the defensive zone.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Jacob Yost kicks the ball out of the defensive zone.

CROSS COUNTRY

The Cavaliers finished in sixth place on both ends of the Corunna Early Bird Meet on Tuesday as the boys had 184 and the girls 183. Joe Chinkeefatt led the boys in 40th in 20:49.09, Wyatt Pangerl was 56th in 21:31.60, Andrew Stephens took 94th in 26:48.86, Juan Cunningham was 98th in 30:56.00, Keegan McGuffey placed 100th in 31:03.00 and Tyler Willis was 102nd in 32:28.00.

Leading the Lady Cavs was Mikaiah Holbrook in 50th place in 25:44.96, Mikayla Holbrook took 66th in 27:21.22, Rayven Brantley was 67th in 27:21.66, Grace Pangerl was 68th in 27:32.52, Niajah Hood placed 69th in 27:33.71, Arianna Vantine was 85th in 29:33.38 and Chante Boyd finished in 88th in 29:55.16.

Carman-Ainsworth hosts the Bauman Invitational today. – B.P.

GOLF

The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ golf team had just three players in the mix at the PreSVL kickoff at the Flint Elks Club last Wednesday. While the girls shot a 403 for fifth place, they were not able to claim that spot because they did not have the required four golfers. Sloan Barkley carded 113 for 40th place, T’Onia Madison was 49th in 135 and Alexis Lowe was 55th in 155. – L.P.

SOCCER

The Cavaliers were unable to find the back of the net in non-league action last Wednesday, dropping a 3-0 decision to Kearsley. The Hornets got on the board with a penalty kick and added another tally about 10 minutes later. Less than a minute after that Kearsley added the game’s final tally to close out the contest. – B.P.


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