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Cherokees Look to Rebound in RWC Rumble

It’s rivalry week in the PAL and as most members of Sequoia’s student body will attest, this Friday night’s tilt against cross-town Woodside might be the biggest contest of the year for the Cherokees. Three straight losses leave Sequoia at 1-3 on the season, and in need of a strong league showing to catalyze their

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 26 – October 2

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Sequoia High School, September 26 – October 2 MONDAY September 26, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY September 27, 2016 3:00 PM Girls Varsity GolfSo, San Francisco SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Water Polo vs. Half Moon Bay High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Girls Varsity TennisEl Camino

Sequoia High School Boys Varsity Water Polo beat Terra Nova High School 18-8

Thursday, September 22, 2016 5:00 PM Sequoia High School AWAY 18 Terra Nova High School HOME 8 Game Recap For the water polo Varsity boys, they dominated Terra Nova from start to finish. Junior Pedram Attari led the team with 6 goals followed closely by Junior Jacob Masur with 4 goals. Junior Layne “Cubby” Stanley

Northern California Champ M-A Too Much for Women’s Volleyball

The Lady Cherokees ran into one of the best volleyball teams in the state in defending Northern California champ Menlo-Atherton, and put up a spirited fight, dropping the first set 23-25 before M-A pulled away in the second and third sets. SR Julia Carlson led Sequoia with 10 kills and two blocks, and Emma Cheatham

Sequoia High School Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo beat Terra Nova High School 13-3

Thursday, September 22, 2016 4:00 PM Sequoia High School AWAY 13 Terra Nova High School HOME 3 Game Recap Sequoia pulls out another win against home team Terra Nova, with a final score of 13-3. Jr Joey Berljafa with the most goals. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Sequoia 4 4 3 2 Terra Nova

Water Polo Wins Three Games at Capuchino

Three of the four Cherokee water polo teams got important league wins on the road at Capuchino of San Bruno, while the JV girls enjoyed a bye. At the Varsity Boys level, Jackson Peyton and Pedram Attari each scored twice and Layne Stanley had 13 saves to secure the 6-4 win. The varsity girls had their

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 19 – September 25

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Sequoia High School, September 19 – September 25 MONDAY September 19, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY September 20, 2016 4:00 PM Girls Varsity Water Polo @ Capuchino High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Girls Varsity TennisMills SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Boys Varsity Water Polo @ Capuchino High School SCHEDULE

Sequoia High School Varsity Football falls to Rainier High School 20-15

Friday, September 16, 2016 7:00 PM Sequoia High School AWAY 15 Rainier High School HOME 20 Game Recap Although Aia Brown leads the team with two touchdowns, Varsity Football falls short in their game against Rainer. The Cherokees went one for two in the extra point attempts but gains a point with a safety. After

Men’s Cross Country Earns 6th Place Finish in Opening Meet

In the season-opening PAL league meet, the Cherokees men’s cross-country team earned a sixth place finish, well behind meet winner Menlo-Atherton, but in front of Aragon, Westmoor, El Camino and Capuchino. Alonso Gonzalez Villa was the top Sequoia finisher (13th) and Christopher Charekian was second-best (27th overall).

Cherokee Football Touring Colleges on the Road

For the 7th consecutive season, Head Coach Rob Poulos is taking the Cherokees football program on the road. Once a year, the varsity squad loads up on to planes or busses and heads out to take on a team well beyond the usual pool. This year, Sequoia will take on Rainier HS, of Rainier, Oregon.