Indian boys beat Arbor Preparatory Gators

Five of Tecumseh’s varsity boys basketball team players recorded double digit scoring to help the Indians easily defeat visiting Arbor Preparatory 77-47 on Monday, Jan. 14.The Indians improved to 4-4 overall with the win and look to improve on their season record with preparations underway to face Adrian on the road Friday, Jan. 18.While the Indians dumped the ball in the net almost at will in the opening stanza, the visiting Gators were limited to a single three-point basket the entire first quarter. Tecumseh finished the first half with a 33-13 lead as the Gators caused the Indians little concern offensively. By the end of the third quarter the Indians held a 55-24 advantage. With help from a majority of its bench, Tecumseh went on to even out their season record.Kyle Bryon scored 16 points and hauled in eight rebounds to lead the Indians to the victory. Casey Hunt (3 boards), Ben Kasper (4 boards) and Ben Vannatter scored 13 points each. Both Hunt and Kasper added four assists.Jacob Britt finished the night with 12 points, three rebounds and an assist for Tecumseh.

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