THS girls place first, remain undefeated

Tecumseh’s varsity girls cross country team placed first at Adrian’s Burt Cebulski Invitational at Heritage Park, Wednesday, Aug 28.The Indians scored 56 points to place first while Erie Mason totaled 72 points to finish second and Dundee, 77 points to finish third. The Maples placed fifth with 89 points.Hannah Weatherford placed first for the Indians with a personal best time of 21:18. She pulled away at the second mile and finished 1:18 ahead of the second place runner. Katie Kasper placed sixth in 23:14 while Jessica Tebbetts (23:29) rounded out Tecumseh’s top 10 runners with a 10th place run.The Indians’ girls team is currently undefeated with two invitational wins. Tecumseh’s boys placed fifth overall with a score of 97.Two runners, Ben Shaw (7th, 18:30) and Drake Vandenberg (10th, 18:59) placed in the top 10 for the Indians.Tecumseh’s next competition is set for Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Warrior Invitational at Lake Erie Metropark.

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