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Seymour Junior High to open fall 2018

Seymour Junior High to open fall 2018

by Nathaniel Howard Work continues at the site of Seymour Junior High School’s future home on North Pitner Rd. Grade work, which began August 1, will soon wrap up and construction will begin on the 95,000 square foot facility. The school will serve seventh, eighth and ninth-graders in the Boyds[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Schools, Seymour

South Doyle falls to Farragut

by Lee Ramsey The South Doyle Cherokees traveled to Farragut last Friday and ran into an offensive powerhouse losing 63-26.   The Farragut Admirals were led by senior quarterback Adam Fulton who threw for 276 yards, four touchdowns and ran for another.  The Admiral offense piled up a total of 517[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 Schools, Sports
TKA defeats Lenoir City

TKA defeats Lenoir City

by Lee Ramsey It was senior night and homecoming for The Kings Academy Lions on Huskey Field in Seymour.  The weather was rainy but that didn’t put a damper on the TKA football team as they defeated Lenoir City by a score of 35-21. Once again the Lions were led[Read More…]

Oct 27, 2016 News, Schools, Seymour, Sports
Widener receives 4-H honors

Widener receives 4-H honors

Oct 20, 2016 Schools, Seymour
Lions victorious, TKA clinches playoff berth

Lions victorious, TKA clinches playoff berth

by Lee Ramsey For the second straight year, The Kings Academy Lions are on their way to the playoffs after a thrilling 40-34 win over Mount Juliet Christian Academy in Seymour. The Lions did it on the shoulders of quarterback Brandon Burgess who threw for 180 yards and three touchdowns.[Read More…]

Oct 20, 2016 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Grizzlies spoil Seymour homecoming

Grizzlies spoil Seymour homecoming

by Lee Ramsey Usually the home team wins its homecoming game, the queen is crowned and everyone is happy. That was not the case however, last Thursday night on Householder Field as the Grainger Grizzlies downed the Seymour Eagles 38-17 at Homecoming. The Grizzlies ground game was just too much[Read More…]

Oct 20, 2016 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Witucki qualifies, competes at state

Witucki qualifies, competes at state

by Lee Ramsey Seymour High School golfer Katelyn Witucki recently qualified to play in the TSSAA State Class AAA Golf Tournament in Manchester, Tennessee. It was Witucki’s third trip out of her four years of eligibility. Last year was the only year she missed during her playing days at Seymour.[Read More…]

Oct 20, 2016 Schools, Seymour, Sports

TKA Blows Out Concord Christian

by Lee Ramsey In a game that was over almost before it started, The Kings Academy Lions pounced on the Concord Christian Lions 64-6 in Knoxville. TKA scored an astounding 57 points in the first quarter alone. The win gives TKA their second straight of the season after starting 0-5.[Read More…]

Oct 13, 2016 Schools, Seymour, Sports

South-Doyle Falls to Gibbs

by Lee Ramsey South-Doyle’s football team’s hopes of making the post-season playoffs took a serious hit last Friday night when they lost to the Gibbs Eagles 28-7 at South-Doyle. The Cherokees were at a huge disadvantage as one of their top players, Ton’Quez Ball, was out with a fractured collarbone[Read More…]

Oct 13, 2016 Schools, South Knox, Sports
Seymour Turnovers Contribute To Another Loss

Seymour Turnovers Contribute To Another Loss

by Lee Ramsey It was the same story but a different chapter as the Seymour Eagle football team lost their third game in a row. This time it was to the Scott Highlanders by a score of 47-30 on Householder Field. Once again the Eagles committed multiple turnovers to essentially[Read More…]

Oct 13, 2016 Featured, Schools, Seymour, Sports