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

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

It was the type of game that the Tecumseh girls’ basketball team needed right now.

One of a coaches biggest struggles is having their team focused over the holiday break.

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For the first ten minutes of the game, the Tecumseh boys’ basketball team were trading baskets with host Urbana, setting up what was hoping to be a good battle all night at Urbana High School.

Tecumseh put together a solid meet with 170 team points, as they cruised to the championship of the Clark County Invitational last weekend at Springfield High School.

With 6:30 left in the game, the Tecumseh Arrows finally caught the host Piqua Indians after trailing the entire night, when Reid Hale scored on a four-point play to tie the Indians at 51 all.

As the holidays are now behind us, the Tecumseh Arrows enjoyed their holiday season competing in the GMVWA Holiday Tournament last week at Wright State University, where several members of the Arrows wrestling squad competed in the annual event.

The key to any successful basketball team is getting off to a fast start.