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.

The Northwestern football team opened the season with a dominant performance against Southeastern, as they build a three-touchdown lead at the half, and cruised to a 34-0 rout of the Trojans, giving the Warriors a 1-0 start to the season.

Bethel Volleyball- Bethel swept three games from Dayton Christian last week in a volleyball contest in their home opener, evening their record at 1-1 with a 25-20, 25-20, 25-22 straight set victory.

The Bethel boys’ soccer team took a two goal lead at the half, and rolled to a 6-1 victory over the Milton Union Bulldogs last week, giving longtime coach Bob Hamlin his 350th career victory.

The Clark County Board of Zoning Appeals denied a variance that would have allowed the process to continue to build a Dollar General store in Bethel Township.

The Tecumseh Arrows boys’ basketball team heads into the final week of the regular season focused on one thing, capturing the Central Buckeye Conference championship.

With the second season upon us, the Bethel Bees boys’ basketball team is trying to get things turned around as they close out the season Friday night at home against Mississinawa Valley.

It’s a tradition that was started a few years ago between Tippecanoe and Tecumseh’s wrestling programs.

Like the girls’ last weekend, the area boys’ basketball scene knows their opponent as the sectional basketball tournament draw was held on Sunday at various locations.

It all came down to one bakers game, and the Tecumseh Arrows were so close.