ROUNDUP




Carman-Ainsworth's Diamond Lester goes up for the kill attempt.

Carman-Ainsworth’s Diamond Lester goes up for the kill attempt.

CROSS COUNTRY

The Lady Cavaliers were 17th with 449 and the boys were 19th with 570 at the Greater Flint Championships on Tuesday. Rayven Brantley led the girls in 84th in 24:25.22. Mikaiah Holbrook was 101st in 25:09.16, Bailey Curtis was 109th in 25:32.45, Mikayla Holbrook was 110th in 25:36.38, Arianna Vantine was 111th in 25:38.51 and Chante Boyd was 139th in 28:15.11.

Joe Chinkeefatt led the boys in 107th in 20:17.33. Wyatt Pangerl was 122nd in 20:58.93, Colin Smith was 155th in 23:02.29, Andrew Stephens was 158th in 23:11.50, Keegan Maguffee was 168th in 25:33.81 and Tyler Willis was 175th in 29:03.33. – B.P.

SOCCER

The Cavs were slated to play at Saginaw Arthur Hill last Wednesday. No scores were reported. – L.P.

SWIM

The Lady Cavaliers traveled to Bay City Western last Thursday placing third out of three teams, scoring only 17 points. Bay City Western came in first with 97 points, and Powers Catholic finished second with 79 points.

The girls traveled faced Powers Catholic again on Tuesday, this time at Midland. They finished third out of three again. Midland and Powers Catholic had a close 1-2 finish, with Midland scoring 93 points and Powers scoring 92 points.

Carman-Ainsworth will be facing Lapeer on the road on October 11. – K.R.

VOLLEYBALL

The Cavaliers defeated Southwestern 25-13, 25-13, 25-18 Tuesday. Carman- Ainsworth is now 2-2 in the Saginaw Valley League and 4-20 overall.

Alexis Reno had 25 assists. Diamond Lester added eight kills, six digs and 11 points with six aces. Morgan Sherrer chipped in nine digs and 16 points on seven aces.

Angel Eubanks had five kills and three blocks. Jeanetta Malone had five kills and Destiny Johnson added four.

“We missed a lot of serves tonight, but we had 23 aces on the night as a team,” coach Barb Hurand said. “I thought besides missing too many serves we played aggressive ball and made lots of solid plays.

“We’re working hard in the gym to improve every day, so it was nice to see the girls work well together. It was an overall team effort tonight and I thought Southwestern played well tonight, too.” – K.W.


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