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New Student-Athlete? Steps for Athletic Registration Process

Welcome Sequoia student-athletes and parents! Registration for athletic participation in 2019-20 school year is here! Please complete prior to perspective athletic tryouts. First, complete the physical form and get signed off by a doctor. A student-athlete’s physical is valid for one year and must be updated annually. Second, please sign up for SportsNet to complete

Top 5 Sports Movies to Watch During Quarantine

By: Jack Pedrotti   As we all know by now, we are all recommended to stay inside while this outbreak of COVID-19 is controlled. And what better way to stay involved with sports than to watch some of the greatest sports movies of all time on available streaming services. In this article, I will be

Student Athletes, Workouts to Stay in Shape during Shelter in Place!

Unfortunately, as we all know, the COVID-19 is putting sports at all levels on pause for the foreseeable future. One main challenge is how to stay in shape for sports while the gym is closed. Look no further, we have compiled a great list of at-home workouts, with minimal equipment. Workout #1 3 sets 3

Boosters Online Auction is Live!

The in-person dinner and auction may have been canceled, but the show will go on – ONLINE, that is.  The bidding is open NOW and goes through Saturday night, so you’ll have plenty of time, while sheltering-in-place, to check-out what is in the catalog and place your bids.   Check it out here:  https://sequoiaboostersauction2020.ggo.bid/bidding/package-browse   Simple Registration

Boys Varsity Volleyball Vs. Capuchino @6:00pm

The boy’s varsity volleyball team faces off against Capuchino at Capuchino tonight at 6:00 pm. Both teams are undefeated in league play so far this season; so this will be an exciting match up! Junior Captain Jack Pedrotti says, “It’s been awesome to see everybody’s improvement so far; if we continue on this trajectory we

Two Games Coming up This Week!

Sequoia Tennis has two games this week and with the way the season has been going so far, they are bound to be great. The first game is tonight (3/10) at Woodside High School and the next game will be on Thursday (3/12) at Oceana High School. Be there to support the team!

Sequoia Dominates Westmor

Last Thursday, Sequoia had a match against Westmor in which they won 7-0. Everyone played incredibly well. Be there at the next game for a real show!

Sequoia Sweeps Oceana

Last Tuesday, Sequoia led Oceana in a tennis match 7-0. Players included Brandon Khan, Alex Chang, Alex Park, Xavier Gabet, Nick Gugliemin, Bradley Palmer-Lohan, Charlie Baker, Braxton Radamaker, Andrew Mancini and Josh Won. Congratulations to everyone for playing so well!

Girls Varsity Lacrosse Travel Tournament

This past weekend the Girls Lacrosse team became the first girls Sequoia team to travel for a game. Their trip started when they flew down to Pasadena, California on Friday afternoon. After landing, they played a friendly game against local high school La Canada. However they traveled for the Rose Bowl Jamboree on 3/7 that hosts teams from

Sequoia Takes on Woodside at First Track Meet of the Season!

On Friday March 6th the Track team competed against woodside at their annual practice meet. Sequoia was able to clench their first wins of the season as the girls frosh/soph team won 59-35, girls varsity won 58-56 and mens varsity won 66-57. Make sure to come support the team at their first official league meet

The ravens take a tough loss 3/4/20

The Girls JV softball team takes a tough loss to Woodside with a score of 10-1. The team doesn’t play very strong in the game which leads them to a tough loss. This being said the team was still lead by Audrey Blanchard, Paris Carr, and Maya Crockett because Audrey scored the one run that