breaking

Sandwiched around a home loss last week to Marion C. Early of Morrisville were a pair of narrow defeats at the beginning and end of the week to solid opponents from Houston and Hartville, respectively, for the Seymour High School varsity baseball team.

breaking

Sandwiched around a home loss last week to Marion C. Early of Morrisville were a pair of narrow defeats at the beginning and end of the week to solid opponents from Houston and Hartville, respectively, for the Seymour High School varsity baseball team.

breaking

Before the season started, there was uncertainty facing the Seymour High School varsity baseball team.

The Seymour High School varsity boys’ golf team, under the leadership of longtime head coach Lori Coutchie, placed eighth last week at the 2021 Reeds Spring Invitational, a 10-school event.

Seymour High School had a trio of boys’ and girls’ basketball athletes named to the all-Summit Conference squad in voting by league coaches.

A four-run first inning and strong pitching by senior starter Nathaniel Hosiner propelled the Seymour High School varsity baseball team to a 5-3 victory Saturday over Fordland in the squad’s season opener in tournament action at Strafford.

Seymour's varsity softball team takes to the field later this week to open the spring campaign at the annual Summit Conference Softball Tournament, where the Tigers of head coach Glenn Dawson are the No. 6 seed.

As a student here at Seymour High School, I’m so excited about the upcoming spring baseball season. And the best part is watching a ballgame while drinking a cold soda.

Seymour's varsity softball team takes to the field late next week to open the spring campaign at the annual Summit Conference Softball Tournament, where the Tigers of head coach Glenn Dawson are the No. 6 seed.

The last time the Seymour High School varsity baseball team played a spring game, it was for the Class 2 state championship against Ellington.

A trio of Seymour High School varsity basketball players last week were named to their respective Class 2 District 10 all-tournament teams.

Junior Payton Bryant, a 5’8” guard, led the Tiger varsity boys’ basketball team in scoring in the 2020-21 campaign, according to final statistics released Monday by Seymour head coach Chris Hastings.