Tecumseh’s varsity girls, JV boys finish regular bowling season undefeated

Tecumseh had two bowling teams end the regular season undefeated with victories over Monroe at home on Wednesday, Feb. 6. The Indians’ varsity girls team and junior varsity boys team each finished the season undefeated with the wins. Tecumseh’s varsity girls team finished the regular season at 15-0 with a solid 29-1 win.Monroe put up a good fight as the two teams were 10-9 after both baker games and the first individual game. However, Tecumseh’s girls fought back to take all individual games and beat Monroe by more than 100 pins during the last individual game set. Tecumseh coach Ken Richard said the hometown crowd was great in rallying the girls and pushing them over the top to the win. High scorer bowlers for the girls were Jordan Richard (211-196, 407 series), Haley Richard (207) and Lauren McKowen (198).Tecumseh’s varsity boys fought hard but lost, splitting its baker games and taking three out of five individual games along with first game totals. The boys led 13-6 going into the last game but couldn't hold off Monroe as their opponents took four individual games and totals to win 16-14. Tecumseh varsity boys coach Terry Brouchard said, “The boys had an outstanding season and hopefully learn from their wins as well as their losses to push them on to bigger and better things at regionals and state.”The Indians’ high score bowlers were Andrew Sokol (219-200, 419 series), Tyler Pate (216) and Cody Wilkins (200).Tecumseh’s JV boys won 24-6 and secured the Southeastern Conference championship. Spencer Adams led the Indians (205, 202).Tecumseh was scheduled to compete in the Southeastern Conference Tournament on Monday, Feb. 11, and then advance to Regionals.

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