Tecumseh track teams compete at regionals

Tecumseh’s varsity boys track team placed eighth while the Indians’ girls finished 12th at the Michigan High School Athletic Association regional meet at Livonia Ladywood on Saturday. May 18.Chelsea placed first in the boy’s meet with a score of 189 while the Indians were eighth with 37.50. Adrian placed third with 57 points.Nick Schnur led Tecumseh with a second place finish in pole vaulting (14-4) while Jared Kimmitt placed fifth in the event (13-4).Kyle Bryan earned a third place finish for Tecumseh in discus (134-10).Matt O'leary, Tecumseh, tied Jon Swain, Milan, (5-10.20) for fourth place in the high jump.Tecumseh’s Sage Rebottaro placed sixth in the 400-meter dash (53.26);Dakota Gonzales placed fifth in 300-meter IM hurdles (41.54) while Gabe Lopez was eighth (42.58);Gonzales also finished eighth in the 110-meter hurdles (16.03) while Tom Mammel was eighth in the 1,600-meter run (4:44.73).Drake Vandenberg placed fifth for Tecumseh in the 800-meter run (2:02.57);Tecumseh’s 1,600-meter relay team placed seventh (3:38.49, John Terry, Gonzales, Rebottaro, Lopez).Dearborn Divine Child placed first in the girls regional meet with a score of 193 while the Indians were 12th with 12 points. Adrian was fifth with 47 points.Alexi Schnur placed fifth for Tecumseh in the 100-meter hurdles (16.52) while Nicole Lipnichan was fifth in the 300-meter low hurdles (48.84).Tecumseh’s Hannah Weatherford placed eighth in the 1,600-meter run (5:54.83).Tecumseh’s 1,600-meter relay team, (4:28.45, Lipnichan, Katie Kasper, Nicole Cote, Hannah Galloway) placed sixth.

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