A member of the Lady Cavs’ swim team entered the water during a relay race.

A member of the Lady Cavs’ swim team entered the water during a relay race.

Cross country

James Johnson turned in a top-10 finish in the Cavalier Invitational last Friday, clocking 17:52 over his home course to place eighth. Tyler Pangerl was 22nd in 18:38, Aaron DuPree 23rd in 18:40. Ahmir Dunn clocked 20:27 and Traveon Majeed 20:37.

Rani Richardson led the Carman girls with a 24:13 time. Jalesia Johnson clocked 25:09, Cassandra Pelkey 27:15, Asha Napier 28:43, Devin Willis 29:25 and Dhjream Carter 35:31. — D.N. Swim and Dive

With Kaitlin McNally and Bailey Birnie out of the lineup, Davison still was able to step up and knock down Carman-Ainsworth, 116-68, last Thursday. The difference for the Lady Cardinals was 11 first-place showings in 12 events.

In the diving, Davison finished second and fifth. For the Lady Cavaliers, Andrea Bade was third in the 200 free at 2:32.6, Allia Howard placed second in the 200 IM at 2:53.49 and taking the runners-up spot in the 50 free with a time of 28.97 was Courtney Glinka. The diving was Carman- Ainsworth’s strongest category, as Jennifer Messina and Kassidy Lord finisehd first and third, Rebecca Hrit swam a 1:23.32 in the 100 fly to take third, and in the 100 free Mara Johnson was second at 1:05.95 and Ashleigh King was fourth in 1:08.54.

Hrit also competed in the 500 free for the Lady Cavaliers and placed second in 6:32.3, in the 200 free relay Jacinda Kitts, Katie Wilson, Selena Vargas and Glinka finished second. In the 100 breaststroke Johnson was second at 1:27.85 and Bade was third in 1:33.21. With Glinka grabbing the fourth position for Carman-Ainsworth in the 100 backstroke at 1:28.11, coming in second in the 400 free relay was Johnson, Glinka, Andrea Bade and Howard, and placing third was Bade, Kitts, King and Hrit.

The Lady Cavliers are at Flint Metro League rival Swartz Creek today. — M.S. Volleyball

The Lady Cavs hosted Davison last Thursday and lost in four sets, 25-21, 23-25, 20-25, 18-25.

Monica Townsend led the way for Carman with 18 digs, Kayla Tigner had 11 digs and Kristina Dik added three kills.

Carman, 20-19-2 overall, 3-3 Big Nine, hosted Holly yesterday and travels to the Fenton Invitational on Saturday. — E.H.

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