- Tiger girls take two

Guard Chloe Johnson, right, handles the ball in the Tiger "B" squad's home victory over Bradleyville.

Guard Chloe Johnson, right, handles the ball in the Tiger "B" squad's home victory over Bradleyville.

In their respective regular-season finales, the Seymour Middle School “A” and “B” girls’ basketball teams posted a pair of home victories last Friday over Bradleyville.

Seymour’s “A” squad won 29-10 to improved its season record to 8-4.

Seymour’s “B” squad won 13-6 and ended its 2020 campaign with a 3-4 record.

“It was a great way to end our regular season,” Tiger head coach Derrick Jessen said.

In the “A” contest, Seymour led 4-0 after one quarter, 12-5 at halftime and 26-5 after three frames.

Addison Ridenour was the Tigers’ leading scorer with 12 points, while Hanna Stoneking scored 9 points before suffering a third-quarter injury.

Kaylynne Bull and Makaila Crawford each had 3 points, while Paisha Sturdefant rounded out the scoring with 2.

In the “B” contest, Elainna Wallace was Seymour’s top scorer with 5 points.

Crawford added 4, Elliott Hanger netted 3 points, while Bull had 1 point.

“Our ‘B’ team really closed the season strong,” Jessen said. “They won their last two games and were 3-1 in their final four games.”

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