LOCAL SPORTS

During his first year with the Bethel Bees, Ryan Rose has more than made himself known to the rest of the Cross County Conference.

Coming off a 5-5 regular season that saw the Tecumseh Arrows finish in the middle of the pack in the Central Buckeye Conference, coach Chris Cory has put together a summer schedule he hopes can get the Arrows back on track toward a winning record, and another run at not only a league title, but another playoff contention.

Ed Note: This continues the summer feature series looking at returning Bethel athletes for next season.

Ed Note: This continues the series in the New Carlisle News featuring returning athletes from Northwestern heading into the next school year.

Ed Note: The New Carlisle News continues the summer feature series, focusing on returning athletes from Tecumseh, Northwestern and Bethel.

When Mark Mays stepped down last season due to health reasons, Corey Steinke finished out the season at the helm of the Bethel girls’ basketball program.

Former Tecumseh football coach Kent Massie, who spent 24 years with the Arrows football program including 11 years as a head coach, has died due to complications of a cardiac issue he suffered recently.

It was a day that Tecumseh track coach Mark Holbrook can be very proud of.

Northwestern’s Jenna Robbins pitched the Northwestern Warriors to a district championship on Saturday afternoon 5-0 over Middletown Madison to send the Warriors to the regionals this afternoon at Wright State University.

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