James Johnson led the Cavaliers at the Linden Invitational last Saturday with a 46th-place finish in 18:24. Aaron DuPree clocked 18:37, Tyler Pangerl 19:03, Ahmir Dunn 20:51, Traveon Majeed 23:26 and Sterling Hicks 31:03. Rani Richardson led the girls with a 74th-place finish in 24:31. Asha Napier clocked 28:41, Cassandra Pelkey 30:10 and Devin Willis 34:29. — D.N.
Golf Carman-Ainsworth finished fourth with a 247 in the final Big Nine Conference jamboree last Friday at the Davison Country Club. Meghan Borgerding shot 44, Selena Johnson 56, Taylor Tolbert 72, Keri Hart 75 and Morgan Genore 87. The Cavs were scheduled to host the Big Nine postseason tournament Wednesday at Fenton Farms.
Carman split a pair of non-league matches last week, losing to Holly, 164-207, but beating Saginaw Arthur Hill, 237-308. Borgerding shot 50 and Johnson 52 against Arthur Hill. — D.N.
Soccer Progress was evident when the Cavs took on Flushing for the second time this season, this time falling just 2-0. Coach Jay Witham noted that the loss, although a shut out, marked improvement from the 7-1 loss the team swallowed against the Raiders in their first meeting of the season. “It was a pretty even match, but we gave up two early goals, just as we have done all season. That’s been our story all season. We give up a couple early goals then settle down and play good, solid soccer.” Witham noted that although his squad is winless
on the season, he is pleased with the signs of toughness and competitiveness that the boys are displaying. The Cavs faced undefeated Goodrich, which sits at 5-0 Genesee Area Conference yesterday after we went to press, then takes on Big Nine rival Flint Powers Monday. Last Wednesday, the Cavs took on No. 8 ranked Div. 3 Detroit Country Day at Country Day, only to get blanked, 8-0. “They were just a bigger, faster, stronger team,” said Witham. — L.P.
Tennis The Cavs were in action against Saginaw Nouvel on Tuesday, which did not meet our press time
Volleyball The Lady Cavaliers defeated Flint Powers Catholic last Wednesday, 25-21, 25-19, 16-25, 25- 15. Leading the way for Carman was Kamrin Gold with 39 kills and 19 digs, while Danielle McClung came through with 42 assists, 12 digs and five aces, Monica Townsend had 17 digs, Kayla Tigner added 10 digs, and Jessica McClung chipped in with five kills. Carman-Ainsworth, 16-15-2 overall, 1-1 Big Nine, travels to Davison today and Flushing on Oct. 6. — E.H.