A trio of home victories last week turned the tide for the Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team as the Tigers’ record improved from a sub-.500 mark to two games above .500 at 5-3.

After a slow 1-2 start, the Seymour Middle School “B” boys’ basketball team has won five straight as the Tigers’ record entering this week stands at a solid 6-2.

A trio of home victories last week turned the tide for the Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team as the Tigers’ record improved from a sub-.500 mark to two games above .500 at 5-3.

The Seymour Middle School “B” girls’ basketball team improved its record to 4-4 last week as they won two games and lost one.

New Seymour High School varsity baseball coach Ty Lumley admits he has one not-so-fond memory of the fall jamboree that marked his debut as the Tigers’ skipper.

Since the start of the spring season, the Seymour varsity baseball team hadn’t won two straight games.

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.

Entering Friday night’s road Summit Conference contest at Fordland, Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball coach Chris Hastings thought one thing.

The Fordland High School boys' and girls' basketball teams are the No. 6 and No. 7 seeds, respectively, in the upcoming Class 2 District 11 Tournament at Galena.

After a 1-6 start to the 2020-21 campaign, the Seymour varsity boys’ basketball team has won five of its past six games, highlighted on Saturday with a 65-63 victory over Cabool in the fifth-place game of The Seymour Bank Winter Classic, which was played on the Tigers’ home court at the Seym…

The Fordland varsity girls’ basketball team is the No. 12 seed at the annual Walnut Grove Holiday Classic, a 16-team event set to started Monday.

Chris Hastings wasn’t expecting a miracle last Tuesday, Dec. 15, when Class 2 defending state champion Hartville visited Seymour to play his Tiger varsity boys’ basketball team.

A year ago, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team was the No. 10 seed at the Walnut Grove Holiday Classic and advanced to the 16-team event’s semifinals, losing a pair of close games in the final two rounds.