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Dogwood Students Participate in Great Shake Competition

Dogwood Students Participate in Great Shake Competition

More than 25 students gathered in the gymnasium of Dogwood Elementary Monday evening as a part of the Second Annual Great Shake Competition, an event aimed at teaching soft skills in students. The group of fourth and fifth graders took turns approaching various judges and engaging in conversation. The exercise[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Schools, South Knoxville
Seymour Loses District Opener

Seymour Loses District Opener

The Seymour Eagle basketball team opened up their District 2-3A season on Tuesday with a loss by a score of 64-42 as they hosted the Morristown-East Hurricanes. The loss gives the Eagles a 3-4 overall record and 0-1 in the district. Morristown-East is 5-2 overall and 1-0 in the district.[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 Schools, Sports
South-Doyle Donates Tree

South-Doyle Donates Tree

The South-Doyle High School Athletic Department donated a tree to Knoxville’s Fantasy of Trees event. This annual event benefited Children’s Hospital and it took place at the Knoxville Convention Center. Visitors buy these trees and other decorations, such as wreaths, gingerbread houses, ornaments and more to raise money for the[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 News, Schools, South Knoxville
Kallyn Newport signs with Walters State. (L-R front) Lisa Newport (mother), Kallyn, Walters State softball coach Sauceman and Doug Newport (Dad).  (L-R back) Seymour softball coach and brother Keegan Newport and Todd Ogle.

Newport Signs with Walters State

BY: LEE RAMSEY HERALD SPORTS [email protected] It was a dream come true for Kallyn Newport as the Seymour senior signed a letter-of-intent to play softball for Walters State College. The ceremony was held in the Seymour High School library last week. Family, friends and coaches surrounded Newport. “That day has[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 Schools, Sports
Lady Eagles Lose to Morristown East

Lady Eagles Lose to Morristown East

The Seymour Lady Eagle basketball team dropped their opening District 2-3A game to the Morristown-East Lady Hurricanes by a score of 65-53 at Seymour. The loss gives the young Lady Eagles a 2-4 record overall and 0-1 in the district while Morristown-East is 4-3 and 1-0. The Lady Hurricanes got[Read More…]

Dec 11, 2017 Schools, Sports
All East Students: Gatlinburg-Pittman Auditioned All-East Honor Choir 10th  – 12th Member:  Claudia DellaSantina, Northview Academy Auditioned All-East Honor Choir 10th  – 12th  Member: Jessica Morgan, Pigeon Forge Auditioned All-East Honor Choir 10th  - 12th  Member: Iris Loveday, Sevier County High School Auditioned All-East Choir 10th  -12th  Honor Members:  Ansley Atchley , Nora Elrod, Geordie Haynes, SandiGlen Jones, Hyunbin Lee, Cammie Lindsey, Emily-Grace McCarter, Daniel Powers, Ashley Rosenbalm, Baylee Suit.  SCHS Freshman All-East Honor Choir Members:  Laura Shedden and Anna White, Seymour High School :  Auditioned All-East Honor Choir 10th – 12th Members:  
Amber Baker, Nathan Clepper, Emma Combs, Alyssa Cooley, Adrian Exintadekas, Andrew Fetterolf, Amanda Fintak, Devin Ginter, Kendall Harris, Josh Jett, Sarah Kitts, Diana Logan, Eric Rogers, Rhys Rousseau, Evan Shaffer, Matthew Smith, Rhiane West, Abigail Williams.  SHS Freshman All-East Honor Choir Members: Karson Holliday, Maddie Satterfield, Solomon Sharp and Blaise Wolfe.

Sevier Co. Choir Makes History

For the first time in Sevier County, all five high schools had students to audition and make the prestigious All-East Tennessee Choir, including Seymour High School. The process for getting into the All-East Tennessee Choir is rigorous. Each student has to stand alone before five adjudicators and sing excerpts from[Read More…]

Dec 7, 2017 News, Schools, Seymour

Seymour High School Finds Coach

Seymour High School announced Wednesday that a new coach has been hired after the resignation of Jerry Cooper. Superintendent Jack Parton along with SHS principals sat down with Seymour native and former Tennessee Volunteer Scott Galyon last Friday to offer him the head coach position. Galyon has been offered this[Read More…]

Dec 7, 2017 Featured, Schools, Seymour, Sports
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