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The ravens take a tough loss:( 12/7/19

The ravens take a tough loss to Live Oak with a score of 43-28. They put up a solid defense but it didn’t pay off. On the bright side, Alexis Jackson and Caitlin Dulsky put up most of the points, while Jacqueline Kurland leads with many assists as well.

Girls Varsity Soccer draws vs. Cappuccino

On Tuesday 12/9, girls varsity soccer team finished with a final score of 0-0 vs. Cappuccino. Goalkeeper Lita Billman kept the score level with saves in the first and second half.

Sequoia Girls JV Soccer Takes the Win

Sequoia JV girls soccer takes the victory in a 4-0 win. They played at home against Capuchino, gets another shutout win. Not one person had a standout game, while everybody played together, to get a win as a team. This soccer team has now 2 wins in a row, and looking to bring the heat

Girls JV Basketball

On 12/10, the JV girls basketball team played Lowell High School in San Francisco. In a well played game, Sequoia took a loss with the score of 44-34. Let’s get them next time!

Varsity Boys Soccer beats Santa Teresa High School

This past Monday, the boys varsity team beat the Santa Teresa Saints with a score of 5-2. The team played here at Sequoia for their second conference game. Next up for the boys varsity is an away game against Monta Vista High School. Lets go Ravens!

Boys Basketball vs Palo Alto

The boys travel to Palo Alto for a non-league game against the reigning Division I CCS champs. The game is on Thursday, December 19 and varsity tip off is at 7:00pm. After losing to Palo Alto the previous year the boys are looking for redemption.

Varsity Basketball at Serra

On Tuesday, December 3rd the Sequoia Varsity basketball team traveled to Serra High School and lost 67-49. The game was fairly close up until the 4th quarter when the Padres caught fire and went on a run to defeat the Ravens.

Sequoia JV Boys Soccer at Santa Cruz

On Friday December 6th, the Sequoia JV soccer team traveled to Santa Cruz High School to compete against their team. Sequoia dominated the whole game as Santa Cruz could not keep up. The final score of the game was a blowout six goals for Sequoia and zero goals for Santa Cruz. The next JV boys