Lady Cavaliers cruise past Owosso

FLINT TWP. – Carman-Ainsworth beat Owosso, 52-25, in a non-league girls’ basketball game Tuesday. Sydnee McDonald scored 16 points, Aliah Stinnett had 14 points and nine steals, and Angel Proby added eight points. Last Thursday, McDonald poured in 21 points on 10-of-15 shooting to lead the Lady Cavs to a 49-35 win over Davison in a Saginaw Valley League-South game […]

Sports Shorts

Former Cavalier now a Bear FLINT — Carman-Ainsworth grad Tayquan Pendleton is currently a freshman for the Mottt Community College wrestling club at 197 lbs. According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association website, Pendleton had a record of 17-7 with one pin as of Feb. 17. He placed second at the season-opening Fall Brawl on Nov. 3 and the Mott […]


BOWLING: Carman-Ainsworth finished the season last Saturday against Saginaw Heritage. The boys lost their first match of the season, but DeQuincy Adams rolled a 300, the first perfect game bowled in the Saginaw Valley Conference. The boys finished at 10-1 winning the league title. The girls finished with a 9-2 record, beating Heritage, 25-5, led by Shamonica Simon with 217-266. […]

Raiders’ hockey losing streak continues

FLINT TOWNSHIP — The Flushing/Carman-Ainsworth co-op hockey team put some goals on the board, however, they lost to the Tri- Valley Titans, 8-3, at Flint Iceland Arena on Saturday. Tri-Valley led the game, 2-1, after the opening period and held a 6-2 lead after two frames. The Titans then outpaced Flushing, 2-1, in the final stanza. Joe Montpas scored the […]

Winter weary


Chrysler’s SRT (Street and Racing Technology) brand is expanding its 2014 vehicle lineup by offering new Satin Vapor Editions of its Chrysler 300 SRT, Dodge Challenger SRT and Dodge Charger SRT models. “We’re responding to the diversifying tastes of our performance enthusiast customers by expanding our product lineup to offer more custom models straight from the factory,” said Ralph Gilles, […]

Firefighters getting new suits

FLINT TWP. — Nine township firefighters soon will be suiting up in better quality fire gear. At its Monday night meeting, the township board approved the purchase of about $16,747 in protective fire gear. Fire Chief John Ringwelski said some of the suits are needed to replace turnout gear that firefighters wear while fighting fires. Old ones are being taking […]

Police shed light on a problem

FLINT TWP. — Imagine how frightening it must be standing out on the side of a dark freeway at night after an accident. That set the scene for the police department’s newest U.S. Department of Defense surplus acquisition. “This past October, our detectives were called out to the expressway to investigate a car accident where there had been some critical […]

Township board OKs tax and assessment dot-com upgrades

FLINT TWP. — It’s coming at a cost of about $43,030, but the township’s treasurer’s and assessment departments are joining the rest of the county in 21st century computer applications. At its Monday night meeting, the township board of trustees unanimously approved purchasing BS&A software and hardware to upgrade its tax and assessment computer systems. The cost for the treasurer’s […]

CAHS students among Priority Children nominees

FLINT TWP. — Three Carman-Ainsworth students were among about 76 in Genesee county nominated for the Robert E. Weiss Outstanding Youth Award and Curbco Scholarship presented Feb. 7 at the 19th annual Children’s Champion Awards. They are (l to r) Andrew Ramirez, Rachel Roop and Katlyn Koegel. The youth award went to Austin Perez of Kearsley High School. Awards also […]