Pioneer, Adrian pummeled by Tecumseh
Large numbers of Tecumseh varsity bowlers made it plain to see that the Indians take their bowling program seriously as relatively small squads from visiting Ann Arbor Pioneer were greatly outnumbered and outmatched at Ten Pin Alley on Monday, Dec. 17.The Indians’ girls remained undefeated on the season, giving up only a half of a point to the Pioneers while totaling 29.5 points for another Southeast Conference victory.Savanna Murry turned in a strong overall performance for Tecumseh with high games of 220 and 200 for a 420 series while Lauren McKowen had a game-high 207. The defending Division 2 state champ, Jordan Richard, had a high game of 190.Haley Richard sat out for the evening to help heal a sore finger.Tecumseh’s varsity boys won 29-1 to continue their win streak, led by Spencer Hite’s high game of 204. Cody Wilkins rolled a game high 194 for the Indians while Jarrett Oldeck had a game high 190.The Indians’ junior varsity girls had a rematch against Chelsea and won 29-1. Tecumseh high score bowlers were Kayla Wild (181) and Britney Ziegler (149).Tecumseh’s varsity girls dominated Adrian for a 29-1 victory at home on Wednesday, Dec. 12, while the Indians’ varsity boys defeated the Maples 21-9.Jordan Richard led Tecumseh with a high game of 212 and a 391 series while Haley Richard rolled a high game of 215 and a 384 series.The Indians’ varsity boys were led by Spencer Hite with high games of 212 and 192 for a 404 series. Tecumseh’s Cody Wilkins rolled 197 and 194 games for a 391 series while Andrew Sokol had a game high 219. Jarrett Oldeck had a high game of 198 for Tecumseh.The Indians’ junior varsity boys team shut out the Maples for a 30-0 victory.Spencer Adams had a high game of 211 while Mike Savoia recorded two games of 188.Tecumseh was scheduled to travel to Ann Arbor Skyline on Wednesday, Dec. 19 for a Southeastern Conference match. Results from the contests will be reported in next week’s Herald.