Tecumseh 5th at state golf meet

Tecumseh High School’s varsity boys golf team placed fifth overall at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Division 2 golf championship at Ferris State University’s Katke Golf Course on Saturday, June 16.The Indians totaled 626 with 314 carded Friday and 312 to finish play on Saturday. BH Cranbrook-Kingswood won the state title with a total of 588 (299-289) while DeWitt (615) was second and Big Rapids (621), third. Haslet placed fourth (622).Bobby Thomas led the Indians with a two-day scorecard of 146 to finish tied for seventh place. He carded 75 on Friday and 71 on Saturday to receive All-State honors. Nick Carlson, of Hamilton, was the individual champion with a score of 139 (71-68).Rounding out Tecumseh’s golfers were Joe Forest (155, 78-77), Collin Smith (157, 76-81), Hunter Cadimus (168, 85-83) and Zach Horn (199, 94-105). Tecumseh posted its best team performance of the season with a score of 304 to win the Division 2 Regionals on Friday, June 8, at the Eldorado Golf Club in Mason.Thomas was medalist with a round of 70. Forest also had a strong showing with a 74 for the Indians while Collin Smith finished with 76. Cadimus had 84 and Zach Horn, 86 to round out the Indians golfers.After winning the regional title coach Kevin Osworth said, “The goals that were set at the beginning of our season have been met. Heading to states was at the top of the list and these young men made it happen.”

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