It has been over 20 years since Tecumseh has held a track invitational on their own track.

It should be a good mix of solid upperclassmen and a talented sophomore class that should lead the way this season for the Tecumseh baseball team, as they are hoping to build off a strong finish last year.

Tecumseh won their season opening game on Saturday by defeating Northeastern 11-1 in a six inning contest.

Not only is Tecumseh track coach Mark Holbrook ready for the track season to begin, he has his eye on this Saturday, as the Arrows get to host their first invitational meet in several years.

Expectations are high for the Tecumseh softball team as they head into the new season starting this weekend, as the Arrows try to improve on their 15-11 season last year, after being eliminated from the postseason tournament in the second round against Centerville.

It was a successful two days spent at Centerville High School for the Tecumseh wrestling team, as coach Scott Herbert’s squad will be sending six wrestlers to the districts this weekend.

Forget that three of the starters are sophomores.

For the first five minutes of the game, the #20 seeded Tecumseh boys’ basketball team were right with the #1 seed Springfield squad.

Tecumseh FFA members are preparing for the General Livestock judging season.

Over the last few years, the Tecumseh girls’ basketball program has endured much success, which includes this year as they captured the 2015 CBC championship.

It’s amazing how fast a basketball game can change, almost in the blink of an eye.

It wasn’t a matter of if it was going to happen, more a matter of when.

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