On Tuesday, Carman-Ainsworth traveled to Flushing Valley Country Club for a Big Nine Jamboree. Davison won with a 153, Flint Powers was second with a 165, Flushing was third with a 176 and the Cavaliers were fourth with a 194.
The Carman-Ainsworth boys’ golf team participated in the Genesee County Tournament on May 7 at the Clio Country Club.
The Cavaliers finished in 15th place out of 16 teams with a score of 435. Fenton won the tournament with a 311, Davison was second with a 312 and Linden was third with a 320.
Leading the Cavs was Haywood Petty with a 101, Jacob Linder shot a 102, Jack Baker carded a 107 and Andrew Ford had a 125. Linden’s Brett Benford took medalist honors with a 72.
Last Wednesday, the Cavs traveled to Saginaw Valley Lutheran and won, 195- 197. Kameron Rytlewski shot a 43, Petty and Baker carded 50’s and Brad Woolard had a 52. — E.H.
The Cavs steamrolled Mt. Morris, 8- 0, on Tuesday in a game that was mercy ruled after one half. Shelby Marsh had three goals and one assist, Amber Richard had two goals and two assists, Courtney Glinka had one goal and one assist and Alexis Thurber and Jasmine Jones each had one goal. Savannah Lacey had just one save in goal.
“We are playing very well and very focused,” said coach Jessyca Matthews. “They want to win and I completely respect that. Mt. Morris is a much improved team, but my squad just went hard at them today for the win.”
On Monday, on a very wet and muddy field, Carman-Ainsworth edged out its Big Nine rival Flushing, 3-2.
Jasmine Jones had two goals, Marsh had one goal and one assist, Richard logged one assist and Lacey made 12 saves in goal.
Last Thursday, Carman-Ainsworth slammed the door shut on Flint Northwestern, 16-0, with all goals coming in the first half. Jasmine Jones had three goals and three assists, Marsh had three goals, Yazmeen Jones, Mara Johnson, Melody Bramford, Glinka, Rachel Roop and Gwi-Hey Han got in on the action with one goal each with Bramford with three assists. Aiana Jamison burned the net twice and had an assist. Other assists went to Glinka, Han, Holley Taylor and Tiffany Croteau.
Saturday features the Cavs Travelers Classicwitha9a.m.faceoffagainst Saginaw Valley Lutheran, then Mt. Morris takes on Lake Orion at 11:30 a.m. Consolation takes place at 1:30 p.m. and the title game is at 3 p.m. or thereabouts. — L.P.
The Lady Cavs’ last few matches have not occurred because of the weather, and were expected to be back in action after our deadline last night, hosting Davison. — B.P.
The Cavaliers had one of their more tough meets on Tuesday at Davison, as the boys fell, 91-47, and the girls took the loss, 67.5-17.5. The girls’ stats were not reported, however, for the boys’ squad, Bryant Hudson won the 110 hurdles in 16.75, and then went on to win the 300 hurdles in 43.63. Myles Overton took the first-place spot in the shot put, tossing 50-feet, 11-inches, The long jump went to Tyler Minor, who jumped 19-feet, 6.5-inches and James Johnson was the winner of the 1600-meter run in 4:51.
The Cavaliers will be back at Davison on Friday for the Davison Invitational. — B.P.