With 6:30 left in the game, the Tecumseh Arrows finally caught the host Piqua Indians after trailing the entire night, when Reid Hale scored on a four-point play to tie the Indians at 51 all.

As the holidays are now behind us, the Tecumseh Arrows enjoyed their holiday season competing in the GMVWA Holiday Tournament last week at Wright State University, where several members of the Arrows wrestling squad competed in the annual event.

The key to any successful basketball team is getting off to a fast start.

It was a game that neighboring Tecumseh and Northwestern both wanted before the Christmas break.

It was business as usual last week for the Bethel boys’ basketball team, as the Bees remained perfect in the Cross Country Conference with a pair of conference wins against Bradford and Arcanum.

NW Girls Lose To KR Northwestern lost to Kenton Ridge last week in girls’ basketball action 75-36, as a big second period was the deciding factor for the Warriors.

Bethel was hoping to get to the Christmas weekend with a win over the Newton Indians last week, but the Indians pulled away in the fourth quarter, opening up a three point lead and defeated the Bees 53-40 in Cross County Conference girls’ basketball action last Thursday.

When the season began, the Bethel boys’ basketball team created goals they want to reach this year.

The early season struggles continued for the Tecumseh boys’ basketball team, as they dropped a pair of games last week to fall to 1-4 on the early season.

Corinne Thomas had quite a week for the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team.

A few of the area wrestling teams were in action last weekend heading into this week’s Christmas holiday, as both Tippecanoe and Troy Christian participated in the Tippecanoe Invitational, while Tecumseh hosted a meet bringing in Urbana and Ben Logan.

Just like the Bethel girls’ basketball team, the Franklin Monroe squad is looking to turn their program around.

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