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Despite playing in the tournament for the first time in school history, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team will enter the Marionville Invitational later this month as one of the event’s favorites.

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In a roller-coaster opener that saw the Tigers’ lead range from two to 16 points in the second half, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team secured a 55-44 home victory last Friday night over visiting Niangua to open the season with a win for the first time since 2018.

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Although expectations are high this season for the Seymour High School varsity girls' basketball team, the Tigers of head coach Derrick Jessen will be tested early this campaign with a trip later this month and early next week to the highly competitive Morrisville Tournament.

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In a roller-coaster opener that saw the Tigers’ lead range from two to 16 points in the second half, the Seymour High School varsity boys’ basketball team secured a 55-44 home victory last Friday night over visiting Niangua to open the season with a win for the first time since 2018.

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Although expectations are high this season for the Seymour High School varsity girls' basketball team, the Tigers of head coach Derrick Jessen will be tested early this campaign with a trip later this month and early next week to the highly competitive Morrisville Tournament.

A pair of Seymour High School runners competed Saturday at the Class 2 State Cross-Country Meet in Columbia.

Mylee Gadberry, 13, an eighth-grade student at the Seymour Middle School, harvested a seven-point buck at 8:04 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, during the youth deer season.

Two members of head coach Glenn Dawson's Seymour High School varsity softball team earned Class 2 District 1 Tournament accolades.

It appears Seymour High School senior Bryson Benson is getting into top form as the end of the cross-country season draws near.

Despite four of his players earning all-Summit Conference accolades, Seymour High School softball coach Glenn Dawson wasn’t pleased that more of his athletes didn’t earn all league honors.

Junior Kyran Hepko had some strong efforts over the past two weeks for the Seymour High School boys' swimming team.

Paced by the game-high 14 points of eighth-grader Julius McDowell, the Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team defeated rival Mansfield 27-24 last Tuesday, Oct. 19, to claim third-place honors at the annual Summit Conference Middle-School Tournament.

Seymour’s middle- and high-school boys’ and girls’ crosscountry runners fared well last week in action at Fordland, as Tiger harriers captured seven individual medals at the annual Iron Mountain Run in Fordland, which was held last Tuesday, Oct. 19.

Benton Kelly High School, located nearly four hours east of Seymour, won the Tigers’ Class 2 district softball tournament last week.

Fourteen middle- and high-school boys’ and girls’ runners from Seymour competed last Thursday at the annual Clever Invitational.

Paced by the 24 combined points of sixth-grade guard Nolan Henry in a pair of home contests, the Seymour Middle School “B” boys’ basketball team closed its fall season with a pair of wins and a stellar 9-2 record.

The Seymour Middle School “A” and “B” girls’ basketball teams wrapped up their respective fall seasons last week in home action.

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,…

It wasn’t the ending Seymour High School baseball coach Ty Lumley envisioned.