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Youthful Seymour falls to Waupaca

Youthful Seymour falls to Waupaca

Oct 8, 20223 min read
That Thunder youth came alive in spurts despite a 36-23 Bay Conference loss to Waupaca on Friday night at Seymour High School.

Seymour sweeps Ashwaubenon Thunder out to 10-4 start

Sep 22, 20223 min read
The Seymour girls’ volleyball team traveled to Ashwaubenon on Sept. 20, for a nonconference tilt. The Thunder made quick work of the Jaguars

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: GB Southwest, De Pere get first victories

Sep 16, 20224 min read
Green Bay Southwest and De Pere both picked up their first wins of the season. Notre Dame Academy has won two straight games

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Bay Port, West De Pere stay perfect

Sep 8, 20224 min read
Bay Port, West De Pere and Notre Dame Academy all took on Green Bay schools and earned lopsided victories. Every game this past week…

Nicolet National Bank Senior Spotlight: Julia Gawryleski – Seymour swimming

Sep 5, 20225 min read
Julia has been swimming since she was 8 years old. Her teammates are a big reason she enjoys swimming so much.
Seymour Legion

Seymour Legion team has success on diamond

Aug 30, 20224 min read
Building on its past success, the Seymour Legion Post 106 baseball team was back at the Class AA State Tournament in late July.
Lawton, Notre Dame beat rival Seymour with late goal

Lawton, Notre Dame beat rival Seymour with late goal

Aug 27, 20224 min read
Lawton broke the tie with a nice goal. Notre Dame added an insurance tally to close out a 3-1 victory on the road.
New blood steps in for Seymour program

New blood steps in for Seymour program

Aug 19, 20225 min read
Matt Molle was a fixture with the Seymour football program .He was the Thunder head coach for 17 years but Molle decided to step down.

Seymour’s Molle overcomes tragedy to thrive again

May 3, 20225 min read
More than five years ago, Carson Molle said he immediately regretted a decision he made, but he’s returned to thrive again.

De Pere, Seymour softball battle Mother Nature

Apr 5, 20224 min read
They were simply happy to be on a field playing softball – De Pere and Seymour have been battling Mother Nature all spring.
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