Seymour High School seniors Brock Pearce (24), left, and Nathaniel Hosiner (2) were honored during "Senior Night" ceremonies held before the Tigers' home game against Fordland last Tuesday, April 27.

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

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

Seymour High School’s varsity baseball team needed a quality win.

Despite his ballclub’s 1-12 spring record entering this week, Seymour High School varsity softball coach Glenn Dawson is extremely encouraged by the Tigers’ effort and progress through 13 games.

“Close” is a familiar word to the 2021 Seymour High School varsity baseball team.

When the Missouri Baseball Coaches' Association released its statewide rankings Monday for schools in Class 1 through Class 6, Seymour learned just how tough its 2021 spring schedule has been.

Seymour High School’s varsity baseball team was in the midst of a four-game losing streak entering last Thursday’s home contest against Spokane, a Class 2 district opponent.

Seymour placed third last Thursday at the Seymour Golf Tournament played at the Whispering Oaks Golf Course in Marshfield.

A boys' basketball camp was held March 29 through April 2 at the Seymour Elementary School. Holding the camp for students in the kindergarten through fifth grade was Chris Hastings (back row, far left), who is the head boys' basketball coach at Seymour High School.

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.

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.