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Despite winning five consecutive games, including a 10-point victory over state-ranked Chadwick in the championship of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic, the Seymour High School varsity boys' basketball team wasn't ranked in the most-recent state rankings released last Wednesday, Jan. 12, by t…

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For the third time this season, the Seymour High School junior-varsity boys’ basketball team was in a game not decided until the final possession.

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A year ago, the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team won 10 games.

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Despite winning five consecutive games, including a 10-point victory over state-ranked Chadwick in the championship of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic, the Seymour High School varsity boys' basketball team wasn't ranked in the most-recent state rankings released last Wednesday, Jan. 12, by t…

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A last-second basket by sophomore forward Shelby Thomason delivered a comeback victory for the Fordland High School varsity girls’ basketball team over Springfield

Swimmers from the varsity girls' squad at Seymour High School fared well on Jan. 7 at the annual Carthage Invitational.

A pair of narrow defeats at The Seymour Bank Winter Classic last week has left the Seymour High School junior-varsity boys’ basketball team with a 6-4 record entering this week’s action.

After a 57-44 road loss last Tuesday, Jan. 4, at Marion C. Early of Morrisville, the Fordland High School varsity girls’ basketball team enters this week with a record of 5-7, head coach Kevin McDaris said.

Odds were against the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team when it traveled to Cabool last Thursday evening.

Seymour is the No. 3 seed in this week’s Pleasant Hope Invitational, as the Tigers played in first-round action late Tuesday against sixth-seeded Hermitage.

In seven seasons at the helm, Seymour High School boys’ basketball coach Chris Hastings’ Tiger teams have played 29 games against state-ranked opponents.

Seymour's members of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic's all-tournament team included, from left, 5'8" senior guard Payton Bryant, 6'2" junior guard Kason Richards and 6'0" junior guard Chade Noble, who also earned the tourney's most valuable player (MVP) award.

The Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team’s route to the championship of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic last week didn’t come without an obstacle.

Perhaps the largest-ever crowd for the opening day of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic was present Monday as top-seeded Seymour cruised to a 65-25 first-round decision over Dora in the eight-team varsity event.

Chris Hastings isn’t happy with the two losses his Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team suffered at last week’s Walnut Grove Holiday Classic.

Behind an attack that featured five playing scoring 10 or more points, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team cruised to a 73-30 victory over Fair Play in the opening round of the Walnut Grove Holiday Classic last Wednesday, Dec. 22.