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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

Sequoia (Virtual) Signing Day!

Congrats to our student-athletes who will be moving on to compete in college next year! Lita Billman – Womens Soccer, University of British Colombia Anna Ledbetter – Swimming, Chapman University Connor Poulos – Track and Field, Rochester Institute of Technology Alvin Fuentes – Mens Soccer, Juniata College   Check out the video from the event:  https://youtu.be/3jzCvDrEPLU

Congrats to our Senior Boys Volleyball Player!

“Kevin is an energetic player and a wonderful teammate! There are two things that players can control and that’s effort and attitude. Kevin exemplifies these values and I thank him for his hard work, effort, attitude, and willingness to learn a new sport!” – Coach Josh Yee

Congrats to the Senior Softball Players!

Congrats to these Sequoia student-athletes from the varsity softball team! Alexis Navarette Trust. Respect. Empathy. Commitment. Support. Leadership. Strength. Intelligence. These are some of the many characteristics that describe Alexis Navarette. Alexis gave her all at every practice and every game. The entire team looked up to Alexis as a proven leader who is a

Sequoia Boys Basketball Top 5 Plays

Enjoy these highlights from the amazing Sequoia Varsity Boys Basketball 2019-20 season!  Compiled by Gabe Mungia and Carter Palen.   Basketball Highlights

Sequoia Baseball 2020 – A Reflection

By Travis Reeves Heading into this season, we thought it was going to be our best, but it turned out to be the saddest. As we approached the season, Sequoia’s Varsity Baseball team was ready to go. With a tightly knitted team, the boys were ready to make a run for a league title. Starting

Michael Vick: A Comeback Story

By Kian Mirkia     Michael Vick is a name surrounded by notoriety, talent, and hardships. Michael Vick was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) from 2001 through 2015 with a 2-year hiatus from 2007-2008. At the time of his departure, Michael Vick was one of the most talented, game-changing talents in the

Bored During the Quarantine? Here are 8 Things to do With Your Friends Online

Written by Elijah Fletcher This quarantine might not let you see them in person, but it can’t stop you from having fun with your friends! First off, you will need to keep in contact with them and what better way to do that than with Discord. Discord is a communication software that focuses on both

Top 5 Most Emotional Sports Moments

By: Kai Holm Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, we are now forced to stay inside and do nothing until the virus is handled. Due to this outbreak, we now have no sports. In my article I will be covering my top 5 most emotional sports moments. 5. Jose Fernandez Death Jose Fernandez was a

Athletes Against Anemia – a Special Project

Sequoia senior, Phoebe Henige,  I created an informative video about Iron-Deficiency anemia, for herIB Diploma CAS Project. Iron-Deficiency anemia is a very common health condition among young athletes. This video is to help athletes better understand the causes, symptoms, types of treatment, and risks involved with Iron-deficiency anemia. This is a very prevalent issue among high school athletes, so