Ten-year-old Brett Gallop, a fifth-grade student at the Seymour Elementary School, harvested his first deer last Saturday while hunting on Judy Herman's farm in the Cedar Gap area.
Wednesday, Oct. 16 - Seymour Lady Tigers softball team defeated Gainesville 11-10 in nine innings in the first round of the Class 2 District 11 Fall Season Softball Tournament held at Ava. The Lady Tigers will play Ava at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the semifinals.
Thursday, Oct. 10 - Fordland Eagles baseball game vs Billings was canceled due to wet field conditions and the chance of heavy rain in the evening. Eagles finish the fall 3-11.
Brothers Aiden Cantrell, 11, a fifth-grade student at the Fordland Elementary School, and Ashton Cantrell, 13, an eighth-grader at Rogersville Middle School, each had deer-hunting success on the opening morning of the youth season Saturday, Nov. 2, while hunting in Ozark County.
Despite dropping three close contests in their its final four games, the Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball team had a phenomenal season this fall, Tiger head coach Trent Copling emphasized.
Members of the Seymour Middle School girls' basketball "A" team presented Tiger head coach Trent Copling, third from right, with a plaque after the team's final game last week, thanking him for his coaching during the squad's 8-8 campaign.
For the first time since David Coutchie played in the fall of 1995, a Seymour Middle School boys' basketball player ended a middle-school season with a scoring average of 20 points or more.