Lindsey Narkter had 18 kills to lead the Tecumseh volleyball team past Miamisburg 25-16, 25-16, 25-12 last week in a non-league match.

Area cross country runners participated in several meets last week throughout the Dayton area.

Greenon 3 Tecumseh 2- In a battle between two of the teams in the coverage area, the Greenon Knights used a pair of singles wins, and a thrilling second doubles victory to defeat the Tecumseh Arrows 3-2 in a match held at Tecumseh High School last week.

The Bethel boys’ soccer team knew exactly what they were up against on Saturday night, as the state-ranked Dayton Christian Warriors came to town.

Tippecanoe had all the momentum going their way.

Butler Dominates Arrows 52-0 It was a rough week two for the Tecumseh football team, as they not only saw their game postponed at Butler until Saturday due to the weather, but when they did play, it was a rough four quarters for the Arrows.

The Park Layne Wee Arrows played their first game of the 2015 season against Little Mad River Valley League rival Northwestern Warriors.

After battling for a half that saw them lead by one at the intermission, the Tecumseh Arrows football team watched as Fairborn pulled away in the second half, en route to a 41-21 victory on opening night.

Bethel High School opened its football season with a 28-27 loss at Northridge on Friday.

It was an early season clash on Saturday night between two of the area’s top Division One boys’ soccer teams, as Troy tried to remain unbeaten on the year hosting Tecumseh in a non-conference contest.

Tecumseh Volleyball- The Arrows won their second game of the season last week by defeating Fairborn 25-12, 25-14, 25-18 in a sweep at Reynolds Gymnasium.

Northwestern placed three runners in the top ten of their own invitational last weekend, as the Warriors captured the mens title of the Northwestern Cross Country Classic, held on Saturday.