Members of the Seymour High School varsity baseball team with the Tigers' second-place plaque at the Summit Conference tourney include, from left, front row — Payton Bryant, Lawson Wright, Konnor Hintt, Derek Akers, Brayden Baker and Luke Rasmussen; back row — Landon Espinosa, A.J. McDowell,…

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Early in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s championship of the Fordland Invitational, the Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team cut its deficit to top-seeded Hartville to a single point at 18-17.

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A year ago, the Seymour High School varsity softball team won a school-record 11 fall games.

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Junior Kyran Hepko is the lone swimmer this fall on the Seymour High School boys’ swim team.

Members of the Seymour High School varsity baseball team with the Tigers' second-place plaque at the Summit Conference tourney include, from left, front row — Payton Bryant, Lawson Wright, Konnor Hintt, Derek Akers, Brayden Baker and Luke Rasmussen; back row — Landon Espinosa, A.J. McDowell,…

breaking

Early in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s championship of the Fordland Invitational, the Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team cut its deficit to top-seeded Hartville to a single point at 18-17.

breaking

For more than three decades, Ann Leonard was a teacher and coach for the Ava R-1 School District.

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The Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball team saw its record fall to 1-9 after losses last week in tourney action to Chadwick and Sparta.

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 winless skid of the 2021 campaign ended Thursday for the Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball squad as the Tigers defeated the visiting New Covenant Academy of Springfield by a 20-19 count.

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

Seymour dropped its fourth varsity softball game in five tries early last week as the Class 4 Marshfield Blue Jays traveled south of the James River and cruised to a 15-3 win.

The Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball team battled Gainesville in home action last Monday, Sept. 20, in a contest the host Tigers eventually dropped 38-17.

Paced by the strong pitching performances of brothers Dylan Henry and Chade Noble, the Seymour High School varsity baseball team won two games in last week’s Seymour Wood-Bat Tournament to capture third place in the six-team event.

Seymour’s varsity softball team saw its record drop to 6-8 this fall after a road loss early last week at Class 4 opponent Cassville.