Freshmen placing for Indians

While Tecumseh’s varsity gymnastics team lost its meet with Sturgis at home on Thursday, Dec. 20, the Indians had some performances by a pair of freshmen that put points on the board that came close to totaling a regional qualifying score.The Indians lost 128.5-119.285 but had freshman Kelsey Bogrow’s routine placed third on bars with a score of 7.45 while Bailie Posten stood out on beam and placed third with a score of 7.85.Tecumseh senior Jillian Travis placed first on the Balance Beam with a career-high score of 8.525. She also placed second on floor with a score of 8.275. The Indians will be off on holiday break until Thursday, Jan. 10 when they travel to Adrian high school to face the Maples.

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