The Bethel track teams ran at the Impson invitational on Saturday.

The Industrial Technology Department recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding classroom performance, completed assignments of exceptional quality, and maintained a high grade point average.

The start of the game was a bad omen on how this game would turn out, as the Bethel Bees traveled to Newton last week in a game that was moved from Bethel due to the wet field conditions.

Ashley Fite was too much on the mound for Springfield last week with a strong 12 strikeout performance against the Wildcats.

Hunter Hensley was in early inning trouble for the Tecumseh baseball team last week, as they hosted Sidney in a non-conference game.

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.

Local Track Results From Opening Weekend Tecumseh and Tippecanoe were both part of the season-opening Tippecanoe Relays on Saturday.

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

After finishing second last season the Mad River Division, the Northwestern baseball team is looking forward to better things ahead.

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.

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