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Before the current 2020-21 season started, new Seymour High School girls’ basketball coach Derrick Jessen asked his varsity team to list three goals for the upcoming campaign.

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

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

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Seymour junior Madi Kyle, a 5'4" forward, heads up the court in the Tigers' 59-41 home victory on Saturday over Norwood in first-round action at the Class 2 District 10 Tournament.

The Seymour High School boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams last Thursday learned their seeding fate in the upcoming Class 2 District 10 Tournament, which gets under way later this week.

A winning streak dating back almost two months came to an end last Thursday night as the Seymour High School junior-varsity girls’ basketball team fell by a 29-15 count at Mansfield.

The Seymour High School junior-varsity boys' basketball team has a record of 8-9 entering this week after splitting a pair of games last week.

The night after a crushing road defeat against Summit Conference rival Mansfield, Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball coach Derrick Jessen was optimistic his ballclub would bounce back Friday in non-conference home action against School of the Ozarks.

Behind the game-high 21 points of 6'0" sophomore forward Cooper Bunch, the Seymour High School junior-varsity boys' basketball team closed out an undefeated week Friday with a 64-39 win over visiting Norwood.

A year ago, the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team won nine games.

Sophomore guard Derek Akers scored a game-high 17 points as the Seymour High School junior-varsity boys’ basketball team emerged from the holiday break with a victory last Tuesday, Jan. 26, defeating Class 5 opponent Reeds Spring in a 42-37 home thriller.

For the first time in nearly a decade, since the program’s glory days of district championships and state “Final Four” appearances, the Seymour High School varsity girls’ basketball team played for a tournament title last Saturday.

Seymour's Lillie Rasmussen (3) was named to the all-tournament team Saturday at the Galena Lady Bear Classic. In three tourney games, Rasmussen scored 44 points.

Despite only one win and a pair of losses last week in tournament action at Spokane, Seymour High School head boys’ basketball coach Chris Hastings said tourney play has been pretty positive for his young ballclub this season.

Tuesday, Jan. 26 - Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team saw its record fall to 8-10 after a heartbreaking 42-39 home loss to Class 5 opponent Reeds Spring. Next action for the Tigers is Friday when Norw