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Although the Seymour High School baseball team hasn’t played a game this spring and likely won’t, for the third consecutive year, head coach Jason Duey’s Tiger squad is state ranked.

Seymour’s varsity baseball team, fresh of a second-place statewide finish in Class 2 last spring, were to open the 2020 spring season this weekend in tournament action at Pleasant

As of Monday, games at the 2020 Summit Conference Softball Tournament were going to be played this Friday and Saturday.

Seymour High School sophomore Payton Bryant, a member of the Tigers' varsity golf team, posted his first career "hole in one" around 11:30 a.m., Sunday, March 8, morning while playing an 18-hole round at the Whispering Oaks Golf Course in Marshfield.

For the first time in a decade, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team has placed two members on the all-district squad.

Senior Trint Sampson, a 6’1” forward who was a four-year starter for the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team, was the leading scorer and rebounder for a Tiger squad that finished the 2019-20 campaign with an overall record of 17-12, including a 4-2 mark in the Summit Conference.

Four varsity basketball players from Seymour High School earned all-Summit Conference honors last week in voting by league coaches.

The Seymour High School varsity baseball team, a year removed from a second-place finish statewide in Class 2, open the 2020 spring season next week at the Pleasant Hope Baseball Tournament, an eight-team, two-pool event held at the Polk County campus north of Springfield.

In a season that featured the program’s first nearly a decade, the team’s highest Summit Conference finish since 1999 and back-to-back seasons of 17 or more wins for the first time since 2011, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team couldn’t muster a miracle last Friday night i…

Rebounding woes doomed the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team in road action early last week at Ava as the visiting Tigers fell 47-26.

Despite a game-high 21 points from senior standout Trint Sampson, including 17 in the first half, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team fell 64-43 last Monday, Feb. 17, in home action to a 20-win Ava ballclub.

The Seymour High School junior-varsity boys’ basketball team ended its 2019-20 season with a 12-8 record last week after home games against Ava and Marion C. Early (MCE) of Morrisville.

Despite a season-ending 89-35 to third-seeded Sparta on Saturday in the first round of the Class 2 District 10 Tournament in Cabool, Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball coach Trent Copling said he’s pleased with the progress his ballclub made during the 2019-20 campaign.

The 2019-20 campaign for the Fordland High School varsity girls’ basketball team ended Saturday in the first round of Class 2 District 10 Tournament action with a 73-46 loss to second-seeded Mansfield.

Much like most games this season, the regular-season finale for the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team was anything but boring.