Tecumseh ousted from county tournament by Onsted in quarterfinals

Tecumseh High School’s varsity volleyball team advanced to the quarterfinals at the County Tournament at Adrian on Saturday, Oct. 19, but lost to Onsted to end the day.The Indians defeated Morenci (25-15, 25-22), Addison (25-20, 25-22) and Clinton (25-15, 25-7) before falling to the Wildcats (25 -21, 32-30) in the quarterfinals.Tecumseh’s leaders included Hannah Galloway (35 kills, 5 blocks), Sam Root (78 assists, 41-42 serving, 28 points, 5 aces), Morgan Skelton (29 kills, 38 digs, served 40-41, 26 points, 6 aces), Karmyn Wilford (37 digs), Taylor Mareches (9 blocks) and Olivia Nowak (27 digs).At Coldwater on Monday, Oct. 21, the Indians lost three of five matches (17-25, 25-14, 13-25, 25-18, 9-15).Leading the Indians were Galloway (13 kills, 10 digs), Skelton (13 kills, served 23-25, 17 points, 11 aces, 18 digs), Root (36 assists), Mareches (9 kills, 3 blocks) and Wilford (16 digs).In their meet against Chelsea on Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Indians lost three of four sets (22-25, 25-22, 14-25, 15-25).Tecumseh leaders included Galloway (14 kills, 11 digs), Root (28 assists), Skelton (10 kills, 10 digs, served 15-15, 8 points), Wilford (15 digs) and Mackenzie Hawley (13 digs).The Indians defeated Adrian in four sets on Tuesday, Oct. 22.Tecumseh lost the first set 25-21 but came back for three straight wins of 25-18, 25-21, 25-23.Tecumseh's leaders included Galloway (28 kills, 14 digs), Root (52 assists, served 22-22, 13 points), Morgan Skelton (14 digs, 12 kills, served 26-26, 16 points), Wilford (19 digs) and Mykenzie Niemann (8 kills).The Indians improved to 23-14-2 (5-6 SEC) with the win.

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