Final state rankings released last week by the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches’ Association showed the Seymour High School varsity baseball team recorded three victories last spring against state-ranked teams.

Final state rankings released last week by the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches’ Association showed the Seymour High School varsity baseball team recorded three victories last spring against state-ranked teams.

The Seymour Tigers' youth-baseball team, composed primarily of 7- and 8-year-olds, currently is playing in a boys' kid-pitch league for ages 9 and 10 at the new On Deck Sports Complex just west of Fordland.

Seymour had four athletes named to the Class 2 District 10 Tournament’s all-district team in voting late last month by the district’s coaches.

A year ago, the Seymour High School varsity baseball team, seeded second, fell to Gainesville in the championship game of the Class 2 District 10 Tournament.

Final statistics revealed last Thursday by Seymour High School baseball coach Ty Lumley provide a blueprint to the Tigers’ five all-Summit Conference selections.

Entering last week, the varsity baseball team at Seymour High School needed a win.

Seymour High School's five all-Summit Conference baseball selections were announced in last week's newspaper after voting by league coaches last Monday, May 9.

Courtesy of a complete-game, seven-inning, one-hit and 11 strikeout performance by junior pitcher Dylan Henry, the Seymour High School varsity baseball team recorded its 17th victory of the spring season Monday by defeating Fordland 5-0 in the semifinals of the Class 2 District 10 Tournament…

Seymour High School's three senior members of the varsity baseball team were honored last Thursday afternoon during annual "Senior Night" ceremonies at the high-school baseball field.

Four regulars in the lineup for the Seymour High School varsity baseball team ended last week with a batting average above .400, Tiger head coach Ty Lumley announced.

For the first time in four seasons, Seymour High School has a quintet of players on the all-Summit Conference baseball team.

To close the first inning in Saturday’s showdown against Summit Conference and Class 2 district rival Gainesville, Seymour junior pitcher Chade Noble struck out the side, retiring the Bulldogs’ No. 2, 3 and 4 hitters on 10 pitches after issuing a leadoff walk.

The Seymour High School varsity baseball team knew the risk and reward before playing its Summit Conference contest last Tuesday, April 26, at Fordland.

The good news is that the Missouri Bootheel appears to provide a jolt to the offensive attack for the Seymour High School varsity baseball team.