Sure the final score mattered last week at Greenon High School, but when the Knights and CBC rival Tecumseh Arrows met on Thursday, it was much bigger than a volleyball game.

The Tecumseh High School Class of 1976 celebrated its 40th reunion on Sept.

State standards in Physical Education require students to complete the mile.

Their rivalry on the soccer field goes back a long way, and when they battle, it is usually a very competitive 80 minutes of action.

It was a tale of two halves last Friday night for the Tecumseh football team.

The Tecumseh Arrows (3-2) win their third game of the season against the winless Greenon Knights (0-5) 42-8 Friday night in Enon.

It was a matchup that brought together two evenly matched teams last week as Tecumseh hosted Northwestern in a crossover CBC contest.

With a victory in their season opener, the Tecumseh Arrows football team looked to stay unbeaten when they matched up with the visiting Butler Aviators this past Friday night.

Chris Cory is beginning his first full year as the head coach of the Tecumseh Arrows football team, and he is more than ready for the challenge.

It’s a new era in Tecumseh volleyball starting this fall, as Nathan Matthews takes over the Arrows program that has enjoyed tremendous success the past few years.

Solid players return for the Tecumseh girls soccer team in 2016, as the team has begun practicing for the start of the new season.