It was a tale of two halves for the Bethel girls’ basketball team.

It has been a while since Bethel has won double figure games during a girls’ basketball season.

DSC 0253The Bethel Bees now move into third place in the Cross Country Conference with Friday night’s win over Covington Buccs 53-45.

This one really bothered coach Mark Mays.

Bethel opened up a close game in the first half, and had no trouble defeating Troy Christian 59-30 in a non-conference matchup last week in Tipp City.

Caleb South scored 24 points to lead three players in double figures, as the Bethel Bees boys’ basketball team won their fourth consecutive game to start the season, with a 64-52 victory over Greeneview.

While the Bethel girls’ basketball team has already won four games this season, and enjoys a winning record after seven games, there is still a lot of work to do, as shown Thursday night in a 66-25 loss to league leading Tri-Village.

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.

Bethel’s boys’ basketball team needed a win after a tough loss to league power Miami East last weekend.

Tyler Terry hit a game-winning baseline jumper with four seconds left in the game, as the Bethel Bees held off a furious late Greenon run to knock off the Knights 49-47 in a non-conference game.

The Bethel boys’ basketball team split a pair of game last week in the Cross County Conference, earning a big 66-36 win over Tri County North, before falling in a tough road game at National Trail 53-49.

Tippecanoe swept both the boys and girls championships at the Tippecanoe Invitational on Saturday night at the Troy YMCA.