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Seymour Homecoming Court

2010 Seymour Homecoming Court

2010 SCHS Homecoming Court: Front row, left to right: sophomore Gabriela Negrete, King Adam VandenLangenberg and Queen Rachael Behnke, freshman Dylan Beyer and freshman Haley Heidke. Back row: junior Kaitlyn Rettler, junior Jacob Anderson, sophomore Zane Duffy, senior Calahan Skogman…

School board gets enrollment count, hikes adult breakfast

Debbra Danke, food service director for Shiocton Schools, received an award of appreciation for her work from the Shiocton School Board on Oct. 4. She is shown with board president Al Warner. - Submitted photo

The official “third Friday” enrollment count for the Shiocton School District is 799, up three students from the previous year, the Shiocton School Board was told at its Oct. 4 meeting. The number is used to decide the amount of…

Business association starts in Black Creek

Black Creek businesses are hoping working together can overcome tough times. A new Black Creek Business Association is being formed, with a goal of getting the heavy traffic going through the “crossroads to the northwoods” to stop and see what…

SCHS grads open new business in Seymour

Larry Gill and Steven Heiting were walking down the street when they were sophomores at Seymour Community High School. They decided then that they wanted to open a computer company. A little over three months after graduation, Gill and Heiting…

Thunder seeded sixth in soccer regional

Seymour will enter WIAA Division 2 regional soccer play as a No. 6 seed Tuesday. The Thunder will travel to No. 3 Clintonville for a 4 p.m. match. The winner will face the winner of Tuesday’s Appleton Xavier (No. 2)-Northland…

Two big quarters lift Shiocton past W-F

Punter Talon Heinemeyer is roughed by a Weyauwega-Fremont player during the first quarter of Shiocton’s homecoming victory Oct. 1. - Photo by Ray Barrington

Shiocton blew open a scoreless game with a 17-point second quarter and went on to down Weyauwega-Fremont 39-0 in the Chiefs’ homecoming game Oct. 1. On a rainy, breezy night, the Chiefs used passing, instead of its traditional ground game,…

Swim team gets first win

The Seymour Swim Team had some tough competition these past few meets. On Thursday, Sept. 22, the team traveled to Pulaski. The top varsity first place finishers from Seymour included Jill Gorges in the 50 freestyle, Maggie Blohm in the…

Seymour volleyball splits in Bay contests

Seymour’s volleyball team split recent matches in Bay Conference play. On Sept. 28 it started out slow losing the first two games to Hortonville 12-25, 15-25. The Thunder would slowly turn it around and eventually pulled out game 3, 27-25.…

Thunder downs Shawano 14-3

layers from Seymour and Shawano battle for a Shawano pass during the Oct. 1 game at Seymour. The Thunder ended up with the interception. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Seymour used a big second quarter and solid overall offensive play to hand Shawano a 14-3 Bay Conference football loss at Seymour Oct. 1. The Thunder won its homecoming game with two touchdowns before halftime, then holding off Shawano in…

Fameree seventh, Thunder boys fifth in Seymour Invitational cross country

Tiffany Fameree nears the finish line in seventh place. - Photo by Ray Barrington

Tiffany Fameree finished seventh in the girls race for Seymour’s top individual finish at its own invitational cross country meet Thursday at Crystal Springs Golf Course. The Thunder girls finished seventh overall with 153 points. Seymour’s boys took fifth in…