The Cavaliers finished seventh in the large school division and 15th overall in the Greater Flint Area Cross Country Championships last Thursday at Dutch Hollow Golf Club in Durand. Aaron DuPree led Carman with a 35th-place finish in 18:02, as the Cavs totaled 169 points. James Johnson clocked 18:11, Tyler Pangerl 19:14, Ahmir Dunn 21:23 and Sterling Hicks 27:36. Rani Richardson led the girls’ team with a time of 23:52 as the Lady Cavs finished eighth with 241 points. Cassandra Pelkey clocked 28:58, Asha Napier 32:03, Ashley Hall 32:05, Katrina Cobb 36:03 and Dhjream Carter 37:32. — D.N.
Soccer Big Nine rival Davison shut out the Cavs, 6-0, Tuesday, giving the Cavs an early look at what districts might be like on Monday. Davison scored at 33:40, 33:22, 30:01and 19:06 in the first half and tacked on a goal at 21:43 and 9:09 in the second. With the win Davison finished the Big Nine season undefeated at 5-0-1. — L.P.
Swim and Dive
The Lady Cavaliers were scheduled to attend the Saginaw Heritage Relays last Saturday, but instead chose not to attend. Carman-Ainsworth will host Davison for a Big Nine contest on Oct. 20. — M.S.
Volleyball The Lady Cavs traveled to the Saline Tournament last Saturday and lost in the quarterfinals of the Gold Division to White Lake Lakeland, 16-25, 16-25. In pool play, Carman defeated Clinton, 25-18, 25- 20, and Chlesea, 25-22, 25-9, and lost to Monroe St. Mary’s Catholic Central, 23-25, 18-25. Kamrin Gold led the way with 42 kills and 39 digs,
James Johnson rounded a corner on the cross country course. Jessica Smith had 16 kills and seven aces, Danielle McClung came through with 48 assists and eight aces, Kristina Dik added seven blocks and Monica Townsend chipped in 30 digs. Last Thursday, the Lady Cavs lost to Flushing in three straight sets, 19-25, 16-25, 22-25. Gold had 19 kills and 11 digs, McClung added 24 assists, Smith had seven kills and Townsend chipped in nine digs. Carman, 19-18-2 overall, 2-2 Big Nine, travels to Flint Powers today and hosts Davison next Thursday.— E.H.