It was a successful conference swim meet for the Tecumseh girls’ swimming team, as the Arrows placed third overall in the CBC Championships.

It has without a doubt been a rough season for the Tecumseh boys’ basketball team.

With a two game lead heading into the final two weeks of the regular season, the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team needed to secure wins last week against Ben Logan and Greenon to lock up a league championship and keep the momentum headed into the sectional tournament.

Warriors Remain Atop CBC Mad River Northwestern used a big second quarter to establish a lead and never looked back, as the boys’ basketball team defeated Ben Logan 72-51 last weekend in their lone game of the week.

A trio of area wrestlers were victorious in their respective weight class, bringing home championships in the Raider Invitational held last weekend at Benjamin Logan High School.

It was one of the toughest decisions of his life, but one that Mark Mays knew he had to make.

Tecumseh Bowlers In Action Tecumseh’s girls’ bowling team lost to Kenton Ridge 2484-1956.

As the buzzer sounded to end the first quarter, the Tecumseh Arrows limped back to their bench trailing by 14 points against the defending state champion Alter Knights.

As Tecumseh coach Scott Herbert reflected back on his teams’ pair of wins recently against Piqua and Wayne, he keep telling himself that much of their recent success are coming from kids who can’t even drive themselves to practice yet.

The Bethel swim team swept the recent Tecumseh Invitational held at the New Carlisle Fitness Center as the girls’ scored 405 points, followed by Tecumseh (280), Northwestern (229), Indian Lake (100) and Greenon (24).

It has been a long time since Bethel has defeated Miami East in girls’ basketball.

The Tecumseh Arrows basketball team travelled to face the Kenton Ridge Cougars on Friday night.

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