Tecumseh varsity boys basketball team loses first three games

Tecumseh’s varsity boys basketball team lost 52-25 at home against Ann Arbor Skyline on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Tecumseh recorded 20 turnovers and gave up 29 offensive rebounds.Noah Willett led Tecumseh’s offense with 11 points.Tecumseh opened the season at Parma Western on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and lost 52-28.The Indians went into the fourth quarter down by five points (33-28) and didn’t add a single point while the Panthers added 19 points to easily secure the victory.Silas Rebottaro led Tecumseh’s offense with 12 points while Doug Sheats added seven rebounds.Tecumseh (0-3) lost 44-28 at Airport on Thursday, Dec. 12. Willett led the Indians with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

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