Isaiah Trimble is more than ready for August to get here.
The three-sport athlete with the Tecumseh Arrows is gearing up to put the helmet on for theREAD MORE
Tecumseh’s girls’ basketball program is at a level it hasn’t seen in a long time. After suffering through some lean years, the Arrows are among theREAD MORE
When you stand 6-foot-6, it’s not difficult to stand out above your competition. Not only was Ross Warren an improved basketball player who manned theREAD MORE
Upcoming senior, Brody Martin was selected to participate in the Blue-Grey National Football Combine.
The Blue-Grey Football was established in 1989READ MORE
Every athlete dreams on making a difference in their favorite sport, but for Tecumseh senior Brooke Hoffman, things got real exciting as she concludedREAD MORE
They had 11 wins on the season, and the Tecumseh baseball team was set to play the number three team in the state of Ohio in the sectional tournament.READ MORE
What a resume for the Tecumseh tennis team this season. They won the Clark County Championship earlier in the season, they won the CBC Tournament, wonREAD MORE
Shane Essick won a sectional tennis title on Saturday, as the Troy sophomore defeated Springfield’s Nick Pavlotos 6-4, 6-3 at the Dayton CenterREAD MORE
Hunter Hensley had one of his best performances on the mound this season, as he pitched a complete game three-hitter and struck out ten, as TecumsehREAD MORE
Mother Nature may have postponed the first official track meet on the new track at Tecumseh High School, but she couldn’t stop the Tecumseh ArrowsREAD MORE
As the regular season comes to a close, the Tecumseh baseball team is playing their best baseball of the season putting together a string of victoriesREAD MORE
Tecumseh edged Urbana by two points to win the Central Buckeye Conference Tournament last week at Northwestern. The Arrows earned 43 points, whileREAD MORE
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