Tecumseh needed a miracle on Friday night, trailing host Kenton Ridge by 14 points headed to the final quarter and was outplayed for three quarters.

Bethel’s boys’ basketball team needed a win after a tough loss to league power Miami East last weekend.

Both Tecmseh and Troy maintained their lead in their respective conference after last week’s bowling action, as Tecumseh boys’ leads the CBC and Troy’s girls’ squad comfortably sits in front of the GWOC North division.

Tyler Terry hit a game-winning baseline jumper with four seconds left in the game, as the Bethel Bees held off a furious late Greenon run to knock off the Knights 49-47 in a non-conference game.

It was the trip of a lifetime for both the Tippecanoe and Tecumseh girls’ basketball teams, as they both participated in the annual basketball extravaganza known simply as Classic in the Country.

With the highest scoring offense in the Central Buckeye Conference, the Tecumseh Arrows ran into a buzzsaw on Friday night, as they fell out of the lead they shared in the division, and fell to Shawnee 53-43.

On senior night at the high school, the Tecumseh wrestling team had an easy match against Springfield Catholic and Springfield High School.

Tecumseh opened their week with a very productive win over Shawnee, as the boys and girls teams both enjoyed victories.

The Bethel boys’ basketball team split a pair of game last week in the Cross County Conference, earning a big 66-36 win over Tri County North, before falling in a tough road game at National Trail 53-49.

IMG 7176Tecumseh’s offense gave coach Roger Culbertson 72 points in their non-conference game against Springfield last week, which for this team would normally translate into a victory.

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