Tecumseh suffered through a rough opening week of the baseball season, as they lost to Sidney 3-1 in their home opener, then came back the following day with an 8-2 loss to Fairborn.

It’s early in the track season, but the Tecumseh girls’ team is off to a fast start.

Troy opened the tennis season last week with a 3-2 victory over Fairmont, as both doubles teams were victorious for the Trojans, along with their third singles player.

Malik Quisenberry of the Tecumseh Track Team soars over hurdle at a recent practice.

When Roger Culbertson stepped down as the baseball coach at Tecumseh, the Arrows needed to find a quality replacement for the longtime successful coach.

Jessica WilsonComing off of a 14-win season last spring, the Tecumseh softball team is hoping that a combination of solid pitching, experienced seniors and a solid younger group of players translates into another successful season for the Arrows.

It was definitely a special year for the teams near the top of the Central Buckeye Conference.

Making their first appearance in the district finals, and having to play the defending state champions, the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team did exactly what head coach Danielle Thomas wanted them to do.

Arrows Sectional ChampsIt’s amazing how much of a difference six minutes can make in a basketball game.

IMG 6890It was a very successful weekend of wrestling for the area high schools, as wrestlers from Tippecanoe, Troy, Tecumseh, Troy ChrIMG 6890istian and Northwestern all competed in the sectional tournaments at various locations.

IMG 6769The #8 seed Tecumseh Arrows lost to the #6 seeded Sidney Yellow Jackets 94-73 in the first round of the sectional tournament.

The road to the state tournament began on Saturday for the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team, as they took their 19-3 record to Troy High School for a battle against Xenia, a team the Arrows destroyed by 50 points back in December.