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The Citizen's annual Tigers' basketball teams coverage will be in the November 25 issue. It will be in all printed copies and available to everyone FREE online in our eEdition on our website.

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The Citizen's annual Tigers' basketball teams coverage will be in the November 25 issue. It will be in all printed copies and available to everyone FREE online in our eEdition on our website.

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A new name will be added to the All-State banner that hangs on the south wall inside the Seymour High School gymnasium.

Seven-year-old Catie Wilkerson of Seymour harvested her first deer during the recent youth season while hunting with her dad on the family farm.

Since Seymour High School added fall softball two decades ago, the Tigers never have had a player earn Class 2 All-Region accolades.

For Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball coach Chris Hastings, the 2020 fall campaign couldn’t have ended much better for his Tiger ballclub.

The 38 combined points of 6’0” eighth-grade standout Addison Ridenour wasn’t enough as the Seymour Middle School “A” girls’ basketball team dropped its final two games in the season-ending Summit Conference tourney.

Seymour’s middle- and high-school harriers competed last Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the annual Iron Mountain Run in Fordland, earning a total of seven medals, while 11 of the Tiger harriers posted season-best race times, Seymour head coach Nick Cook said.

Five members of the Seymour High School varsity softball team, fresh off a school-record 11 fall victories, earned spots on the all-Summit Conference softball squad.

Paced by the 8 points of Dax Baker, the Seymour Middle School "B" boys' basketball team closed its season last Monday, Oct. 12, with a 13-0 victory at Springfield Greenwood.

Guard Chloe Johnson, right, handles the ball in the Tiger "B" squad's home victory over Bradleyville.

The Seymour Middle School “A” boys’ basketball team ended its regular season last Monday, Oct. 12, with a 42-34 road loss at Springfield Greenwood.

Seymour Middle School’s two “A” boys’ and girls’ basketball teams posted first-round victories last Saturday in the opening round of the season-ending Summit Conference tourney.

Tiger freshman Alleigh Warren (2), right, gets a swing and miss on a pitch against Walnut Grove.