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.

A year ago, the Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball team won only one game.

The varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams at Seymour High School will open their respective seasons within the next five days.

We are extending registration for our third- through sixth-grade boys’ and girls’ basketball leagues.

A quartet from the Seymour High School softball squad recently earned postseason accolades, Tiger head coach Will Austin said.

Seymour’s Ringtail Lodge presents its Biggest Coon Contest on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the lodge’s headquarters at 406 West Ventura Drive

Seven-year-old Halueb Johnson, a second-grader at the Seymour Elementary School, harvested his first deer on the opening day of the youth season on Saturday, Nov. 2.

For the first time in more than a decade, a trio of runners from Seymour High School will compete at the Class 1 State Cross Country Meet in Columbia.

A pair of Seymour cross-country runners earned medals last Monday, Oct. 28, at the Summit Conference Meet, Tiger coach Nick Cook said.

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.