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A pair of Seymour High School baseball standouts, Carson Sturdefant and Eric Helms, seated on the front row, signed earlier this summer to play college baseball this fall at North Arkansas Community College in Harrison, Ark.

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Trint Sampson, a 6’1” senior forward who will play basketball this fall at Baptist Bible College (BBC) in Springfield, won’t get to play a final prep contest.

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Although COVID-19 didn't allow them to play a game this spring, three members of the Seymour High School varsity baseball team were named to the all-Summit Conference baseball team for the 2019-20 season by league coaches in voting held late last month.

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Members of the Fordland High School baseball team volunteered in cleaning up the east side of the Seymour square last week after the roof from the old MFA feed building was ripped off in a severe wind storm last Monday, May 4, and landed on Main Street.

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From left, Kate, Libby and Drew Duey and Lane Cook, the respective children of Seymour High School baseball coaches Jason Duey and Josh Cook, smile while sitting in the school's utility vehicle last Friday night as the Seymour R-II School District participated in the "Be The Light" campaign,…

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The Seymour YMCA has set a date for its “Strong Y” dinner and show, previously scheduled for this spring and postponed due to the national COVID-19 pandemic.

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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.

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

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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.

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The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) made an announcement Monday afternoon about the status of spring sports championships for its member schools.