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Sports in 2020-21

Today, the Peninsula Athletic League voted to adopt the athletic calendar laid out by the CIF and the CCS.  (See below for the full calendar.). While we would have loved to find a way to play some sports this fall, the current health situation does not allow us to move forward with league competition. The usual

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

Alumni Highlight – Alaina Woo

On September 18th, JP Boyle and Jacqueline Kurland sat down with a former sequoia girls basketball player to do an interview. The interviewee Alaina Woo was a girls varsity basketball player all 4 years and graduated in 2013 to pursue her basketball career at Division 3 basketball at Pomona-Pitzer. When she wasn’t playing basketball she

Girls Waterpolo Interveiw

This past week as seen in the student news, SNN, Ruthie Lax interviewed  Hailey Amato, girls varsity and junior varsity waterpolo coach. As well as two varsity starters, Anja Linkwitz and Caitlin Dulsky. Ruthie asked them a series of questions about the team and experiences and learning opportunities. Coach Amato talked about how being a

From GBS to D1 Football, Interview with Sam Fraley

By: Audrey Blanchard, Asha Smith, Jake Loskutoff, Lily Hughes, Julian Imperiale, Jack Pedrotti, Ben Singler, and Pier Sanchez Orozco On September 29th, 2020, Lily Hughes and Julian Imperiale interviewed Sam Fraley. Sam Fraley is a former Sequoia student who graduated in 2017, and he played football during his time at Sequoia. Initially, he was on

Girls Tennis Conditioning is Starting Soon!

We have an awesome parent who has volunteered to oversee sessions for girls tennis.  If you are interested in joining, please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5EyofDhHQMU2pBz6Ehn6Zs6bFl89ihp-kyNYjflxUPaq8jg/viewform?usp=sf_link   We’ll be in touch with more details!

Cheer Info Meeting on 10/13!

There will be a cheer info meeting on Tuesday, 10/13 at 6:30 pm. Zoom link here: Join Zoom Meeting https://seq-org.zoom.us/j/95670746218?pwd=UkJUSEtCdWNGYlltUkplaFowbHpIUT09 Meeting ID: 956 7074 6218 Passcode: 894101 If you are interested in trying out for cheer, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/3aLpd1FRLW8hhkjq6  

Recording of Sports Update Meeting Now Available

Athletic Director, Melissa Schmidt, hosted a Zoom meeting on Oct. 8th to give an overview of where things stand regarding athletics for the 2020-21 school year.  If you missed it and would like to watch the recording, you can find it here:  https://youtu.be/ctcAg_yR57Y  

Get Your SEQ Athletics Gear!

We’ve partnered with Goetz Brothers in San Carlos to offer a ton of awesome Sequoia athletics gear.  Get yours today to rep SEQ during your socially distanced workouts:   https://go.ordermygear.com/sequoia-high-school/

Coach Poulos on Football and Life

By:  Lucas Ziegler and Baxter Joslin-Davis During the week 2 interview, Lucas and Baxter interviewed Coach Poulos, the head P.E and football coach. Lucas and Baxter started off the interview by asking what important life skills football teaches you. Coach Poulos responded with, “Perseverance; the time you have to put into football is pretty dramatic

Volleyball conditioning is right around the corner!

Are you interested in participating in conditioning sessions for Sequoia boys Volleyball? Conditioning will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 on the small turf field. Please fill out this form:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uJn0Xk8NEb2Icr9m0J0ZcSTxmGutBQcNWlQMFfoSZnw/edit  Questions? Contact Kandace Korver (girls volleyball coach) at kkorver85@gmail.com 

How to Stay Active and Safe During Quarantine

  By: Ginger Perez, Sarah King, Cole Kenyon, Samuel Haslam, Marcus Brewer, and Jack Dillon   During this quarantine, it is important to stay active even with the closures of gyms, parks, and workout classes. We understand it may be difficult to come up with some ideas, so we have brainstormed a few ways to