The Cavaliers hosted their own invitational on Thursday and finished in fourth place in both races as the girls had 114 and the boys 99. Mikaiah Holbrook was in 20th place to lead the girls in 25:15.02, Mikayla Holbrook was 29th in 27:06.39, Rayven Brantley was 30th in 27:13.83, Arianna Vantine placed 33rd in 29:12.33 and Daniell King was 35th in 29:31.45.
Chante Boyd took 37th in 30:08.64, Niajah Hood finished 39th in 30:12.69, Maggie Macksood was 43rd in 33:28.60 and D’Mya Mason was 44th in 35:39.95. Joe Chinkeefatt paced the boys in 13th place in 19:53.0, Wyatt Pangerl was 17th in 20:28,0, Andrew Stephens was 38th in 25:42.1, Juan Cunningham was 40th in 26:58.0, Keegan Maguffee was 46th in 30:54.0 and Tyler Willis was 47th in 31:38.0. – B.P.
The Cavaliers were at Flint Powers on Aug. 31 but fielded just two golfers. Sloan Barclay carded a 66 and T’Onia Madison a 71. – L.P.
Pink out support for Flint Rogues
FLINT – The Flint Rogues Rugby team is asking for the community support during October for its Cancer Awareness campaign. Players will wear pink rugby socks for all matches during the month of October and will donate a set amount of money for each try (touchdown) scored. The five matches are, Detroit RFC (A), Michigan (H), Detroit Tradesman (A), Toledo Celtics(H) and Kalamazoo Dogs (A). Fans are encouraged to Pink-Out during all home games. Games are played at Robert T Longway Park, Flint. Home dates are Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 with a 1p.m. kick-off. Cost is free. —L.P.