Strong Cavs’ track squad locked and loaded for regionals





Bryant Hudson competes in the hurdles for the Carman-Ainsworth varsity track team.

Bryant Hudson competes in the hurdles for the Carman-Ainsworth varsity track team.

TRAVERSE CITY — Simply put, Carman-Ainsworth is known for its track program. The Cavaliers are perennially one of the top squads in the state and this season is no different. The Cavs have performed exceptionally well all season and look to showcase their talent on Friday at the Traverse City Central regional, No. 10-1.

The Lady Cavs have high expectations for Harmony Williams in the 200 meters and Diamond Scales in the pole vault, while Italia Daniels, Rani Richardson and Randy Richardson have also put together impressive seasons in the relays, as well. Lauren Riley in the 100 meters, Maeonna Polacek in the 400 meters, Diamond Fowlkes in the 800 meters, Alyssa Garcia in the relays, Maria Overton in the discus and Tori Harding in the discus are expected to do well, also.

As for the boys, Demarion Allen in the 100 and 200 meters and Antwan Curtis in the 400 meters are always in the top finishers at each meet and Tyler Pangerl in the 1600 meters and Bryant Hudson in the 110 and 300 hurdles have also been quite strong. Kyle Mason in the relays, Tyler Minor in the long jump, Logan Bannister in the relays, James Johnson in the relays, Josh Johnson in the shotput, Cleandre Robinson in the discus and Devonte Johnson in the pole vault all look to move onto the state level, as well.

The regional, hosted by Traverse City Central, will consist of Alpena, Bay City Western, Bay City Central, Davison, Kearsley, Flushing, Lapeer East, Lapeer West, Midland, Midland Dow, Saginaw Heritage and Traverse City Western.


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