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

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.

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

Landon Bell, a 2016 Seymour High School gradudate and sophomore at the University of Missouri Science & Technology (S&T) in Rolla, had a solid day at the plate for the S&T baseball team in home action Saturday.

In a thrilling game with 13 lead changes, the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team ended its regular season with a 35-33 home victory over Marion C. Early of Morrisville.