Tecumseh girls fend off hard-charging Redskins

Tecumseh’s varsity girls basketball team defeated rival Clinton 42-25 on Friday, Jan. 4.The Indians (4-3 overall) were lead offensively by Kayla Kormos with 10 points while Madison Tedora chipped in eight points. Nicole Lipnichan picked up seven steals for the Indians while Hannah Galloway added nine.Tecumseh’s junior varsity girls basketball team (4-3) defeat Clinton 39-37 in the evening’s opening game.Albany LaGore sank five out of six free throws down the stretch to help Tecumseh earn the win.Tyfanni Bryan paced the Indian attack with 13 points and eight rebounds. LaGore added 11 points for Tecumseh while Hannah Betzoldt chipped in five points. Arika Tabor grabbed five rebounds for the Tribe.

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