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Seymour Tennis Wins Two

Seymour Tennis Wins Two

By: Lee Ramsey After splitting with Heritage as the boys won and girls lost, the Seymour tennis team went on to take two wins from District 2-AAA foe Morristown-East. The boys won easily 9-0, while the girls had a tougher time but still won 5-4. In boys singles, Jonathan Fintak,[Read More...]

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April 17, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Eagles Baseball Wins Two

Eagles Baseball Wins Two

By: Lee Ramsey The Seymour Eagles baseball team finished their play in the Daily Times Invitational in Maryville earlier in the week with a 9-7 win over their old rival Gibbs. The Eagles then returned home to win a very exciting game over the Morristown East Hurricanes. It was a[Read More...]

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April 17, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Lady Eagles Softball Still Dominating

Lady Eagles Softball Still Dominating

By: Lee Ramsey After totally abolishing Morristown East while led by Lauren Irwin, the Lady Eagles shut out Cherokee while led by Miranda Duncan once again in the circle. It was another dominating week for the Seymour softball program led by Coach Jessica Sterling. The Lady Eagles defeated Morristown East[Read More...]

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April 17, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Lady Eagles Mowing Down Opponents

Lady Eagles Mowing Down Opponents

By: Lee Ramsey Duncan Pitches Perfect Game Fresh off winning two games in Murfreesboro, the Seymour Lady Eagles softball team returned to East Tennessee to get a big District 2-AAA shutout over Morristown East 8-0 as Miranda Duncan pitched a perfect game. Over the weekend the Lady Eagles played in[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
South Doyle gets Payback over Seymour

South Doyle gets Payback over Seymour

By: Lee Ramsey After winning six games in a row and beating South Doyle the day before just down Chapman Highway, the Seymour baseball team suffered through payback by the Cherokees losing 6-2 on Don Doyle field in Seymour. It was not only a key District 2-AAA series but also[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Eagles Play Tigers to a Draw

Eagles Play Tigers to a Draw

By: Lee Ramsey The Seymour Eagles soccer team and Pigeon Forge Tigers ended up exactly where they started which was a 0-0 tie. Soccer is the only sport that still exists in the year of 2014 that can still tie in regulation play. What is the point of playing when[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Seymour Tennis Splits with Sevier County

Seymour Tennis Splits with Sevier County

By: Lee Ramsey The Seymour Eagles tennis team tamed the Sevier County Bears 8 -1 but the Lady Eagles weren’t as fortunate as they lost to the Bearettes 2-7 in a match played in Sevierville. In the boys win individually the Eagles were led by Grant Wallen with an 8-0[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Seymour Next For New School

Seymour Next For New School

By Joe King, king@heraldnewstn.com Highly anticipated by some and unknown to others, the prospect of a fifth school being built in Seymour has been something of a local urban legend; however, plans in the making show this is very much a real situation. Largely due to a combination of population[Read More...]

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April 3, 2014 Community, Featured, News, Schools, Seymour
Green Signs with TN Wesleyan

Green Signs with TN Wesleyan

By: Lee Ramsey Seymour’s Breanna Green has signed a letter-of-intent to play volleyball at Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens. After considering several other schools, the libero for the Lady Eagles decided on Wesleyan. Green always wanted to play at the next level and her dream came true in the Seymour[Read More...]

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April 3, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports
Seymour Baseball Wins Three

Seymour Baseball Wins Three

By: Lee Ramsey The Seymour Eagles baseball team has picked up three wins after a slow start this season. However, it’s not how you start but how you finish. “It’s not how you drive, it’s how you arrive and the arrival time is May,” said Seymour baseball coach Scott Norman.[Read More...]

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April 3, 2014 Schools, Seymour, Sports