The Seneca Indians are wrapping up their fall seasons and gearing up for the winter sports to start in the next couple of weeks.
Seneca (5-4) earned a spot in the Class 3A playoffs, where they will host Buffalo (5-4) this Friday, October 29th at 7 p.m. The Indians finished their regular season out with a 26-21 win over district foe Monett.
Dane Napier helped the Indians on and off the field this season, leading the way for Seneca to earn a birth into the playoffs.
“Dane is a great leader for our football team. We are lucky to have such a high character person representing our football program. Whether it’s on the field or off, you always know Dane is going to treat others with respect.” -Cody Hilburn, Seneca Head Football Coach
The Indians wraped up their season last week, dropping their regionals matchup to East Newton 1-3. Seneca finished with a 14-16-3 overall record.
Seneca senior Ellie Barnes was a big-time player this season and was a fantastic leader for the team.
“Not only has Ellie stepped up as a strong defensive player, but she is a great offensive threat. She has strong leadership qualities and many of the younger girls look up to her.” – Rachel Ayo, Head Volleyball Coach
The Seneca softball team closed out its 2021 season with a 11-14 overall record. The Indians won their first regional game 15-0 against Willow Springs, but then fell to Cassville 1-8 to finish the year.