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South East Youth Organization (SEYO)

The South East Youth Organization is an instructional league for boys and girls in Second Grade through high school. SEYO organizes games, officials and facilities for youth to participate in sports at all skill levels. SEYO emphasis sportsmanship, fair play and balanced competition across member organizations, team coaches and players. SEYO strives to have the best experience possible for our families.

This is included in a collection of wiki entries referenced in the canonical Gen X Nikkei thought-piece 101 Ways to Tell You’re Japanese American by Tony Osumi and Jenni Kuida, published in 1996.