After wrapping up another league championship, the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team secured some individual hardware for its players recently, as the coaches voted on the all-conference teams.

It was a familiar place for the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team.

Despite the fact that both teams sat at the bottom of their division of the Central Buckeye Conference, there is a lot of pride when Tecumseh and Northwestern battle on the court.

Wednesday night, the Tecumseh Arrows girls’ basketball team crushed the CBC co-leading Shawnee Braves by 40 points to take the lead in the conference.

It was one of those games where those who were in attendance are probably still scratching their heads and wondering what in the world happened.

Tecumseh and Northwestern battled it out throughout the entire day at Tecumseh on Saturday, and when the dust settled on the mats, the Arrows walked away as the Clark County Clash wrestling tournament, which brought in the eight county schools for a large meet in Reynolds Gymnasium.

Several area teams participated in the Greenon Swimming Invitational last week at Trotwood Madison High School.

Add another milestone to Bowling Green recruit Presley Griffitts.

With two returning district qualifiers back to lead the way, the Tecumseh swimmers began their season on Sunday night in Huber Heights at the Wayne Sprint Meet.

Coming off a season-opening loss at the Journey to the Tourney, the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team was ready to get into the winning column last week, hosting Vandalia Butler in their home opener.

Juniors Presley Griffitts and Corinne Thomas put on quite a show for the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team on Saturday, as the Arrows opened their season with a trip to Cincinnati to compete in the Journey to the Tourney.

As the new wrestling season closes in, Tecumseh coach Scott Herbert has a lot of be excited about.