Indians twist past Maples for a home SCGL victory

Bailie Posten placed third on vault with a score of 7.875, second on floor with 8.625, and first in the all-around with 29.875 to help the Indians beat Adrian. Photo submitted.

Tecumseh High School’s varsity gymnastics team hosted Adrian on Wednesday, Dec. 9,  in its first South Central Gymnastics League meet of the season and defeated the Maples 127.8-79.35.
Individually for the Indians, senior co-captain Bailie Posten placed third on vault with a score of 7.875, second on floor with 8.625, and first in the all-around with 29.875.  
Senior co-captain Kassidy Connors placed second in the all-around for the Indians with a score of 29.525. 
Tecumseh junior Baylee Stern was third on bars (7.45); Brianna Price was second on vault (8.05); sophomore Morgan Cadmus was first on vault (8.725) and third on floor (8.55); Alaina Carr was second on bars (7.65); Jennifer Entrup was third on beam (7.3); and Carlee Swan was first on bars (7.9), first on beam (9.075), and first on floor (8.75). 
Tecumseh’s freshmen competed as a “B-team” and posted a score of 113.325.
“Tonight was a great opportunity for our girls to compete in front of their home crowd, some for the first time,” said Tecumseh coach Jen Posten. “They did well for the most part, but there’s always room for improvement. We are facing the usual struggles staying on the beam, keeping on our feet in our floor routines, but also keeping our focus on competition and the task at hand. Next week should be an interesting challenge for us.”
The Indians’ gymnasts travel to Grosse Pointe for a dual meet on Thursday.


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