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.

Experience goes a long way when a team is trying to turn their program around, and the Bethel softball team will have come quality experience to rely on this season.

Coach Pleased With Season One game cannot take away from the success of the Bethel boys’ basketball team this season, but their experience in the district finals was a game they would soon like to put behind them.

He has already been compared to the best players to come through the halls of Bethel High School.

As the winter sports season is officially over for the Tecumseh Arrows, the athletes are transitioning over into spring sports, as the baseball, softball, tennis and track season begins next weekend.

Eleven area players have been selected to the District Nine Coaches All-Star teams, as voted on by the coaches in District Nine recently at their annual winter meeting.

Bethel junior guard Caleb South received the highest honor among the local kids, as the Bees standout guard was named to the Division Three first-team All-Southwest District boys’ basketball team, voted on by the media in the district.

Northwestern saw its girls’ bowling team qualify for the state meet last Friday in Columbus, and not only did they put together a strong team effort, they had three of the top ten bowlers at the state tournament.

Youth was served for the Tecumseh Arrows at the district wrestling meet held last weekend at Fairmont, as the Arrows sent five grapplers into action for an opportunity to qualify for the state meet this weekend in Columbus.

Caleb South scored 46 points to lead a high-flying Bethel Bees offense, leading the hometown team to a 101-81 win over Anna to advance to the district finals tomorrow night at UD Arena.

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