2013-08-29

Carman-Ainsworth tennis fourth at Owosso




OWOSSO — The Cavs’ boys tennis team finished fourth at the Owosso Quad last Thursday. Chris Crowder dropped all three of his matches at No. 1 Singles, losing, 1-6, 0-6, to Saginaw Heritage’s Joe Popielarz, then dropped a 1-6, 3-6 decision to Traverse City West’s Jeff Linenger and was defeated 0-6, 0-6 by Luke Mills of Midland. Noah Reed lost […]

Young Lady Cavaliers hit the golf course twice this week



LAPEER — The Lady Cavs returned to action on Monday for the Charger Invite, hosted by Flint Powers Catholic, finishing the day with a 459. Meghan Borgerding shot a 90 to lead the team, while Alanna Gleason recorded a 112. Mikaila Garrison shot her way to a 125 and Madison Cox rounded out the scorecard with a 132. “I’m a […]

Sports Shorts



Former Cav roaming Bears defensive backfield GREELEY, Co. — After getting redshirted in 2012-13 during his initial year playing football at the University of Northern Colorado, 2012 Carman- Ainsworth grad Brandon Lenoir will be looking for his chance to take the field in 2013-14. Lenoir, a 5-foot-8, 170 lb. cornerback whose major is undeclared, had 57 tackles during his final […]

Roundup



CROSS COUNTRY The Cavaliers placed two boys in the top seven at the annual Kearsley Invitational on Tuesday and the very small and inexperienced girls’ squad took their first baby steps in a new sport. Tyler Pangrl was fourth in 18:20 and James Johnson was seventh in 18:37 as the boys’ squad places sixth out of eight teams. Davison won […]

Heading back to school



Whitewashing the Pats

Fat Guy’s Corner


The Detroit Lions decided to show up and play some football this preseason! It was an absolute whitewashing that the Lions administered to the mighty New England Patriots, 40-9. Believe it or not, it could have been much worse. New England turned it over four times in the first half and Detroit really didn’t capitalize on it at all. I […]

School board examines bullying data




FLINT TWP. — Bullying behavior is not bad in Carman-Ainsworth Schools but data shows that it has not been totally routed by policies and programs to discourage it. Superintendent Steve Tunnicliff presented data to the school board last week about the number of bullying incidents last school year, based on detailed records kept of all reported incidents. With a total […]

Tee Time



Tee Time is sponsored by View Newspaper Group to give area service clubs, charitable organizations, non-profits, sports booster clubs and other civic and community organizations an opportunity to publicize their golf outings. If your group or club is hosting a golf outing to raise funds for a charitable or community cause, email your outing information to: sthompson@mihomepaper.com. Submissions subject to […]

C-A board ratifies two contracts




FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth Board of Education settled contracts with two groups of employees. A ratified contract with the Transportation union (school bus drivers) is similar to ten-percent cost savings reached in contracts with other bargaining units earlier this year. It calls for a 9.89 percent in concessions overall which includes an 8 percent salary reduction. The contract […]

Outdoor Calendar



Sept. 1-10 Zone 1, Early Canada Goose hunting season. Sept. 1-15 Zone 2, 3, Early Canada Goose hunting season. Sept. 6-8 Woods N Water Outdoor Weekend, Eastern Michigan State Fair. Sept. 15 Over-the-counter antlerless deer hunting licenses on sale. Sept. 15-Nov. 14 Ruffed grouse hunting season. Sept. 21 Early antlerless deer hunting season, statewide. Sept. 21-22 Liberty Hunt, formerly special […]