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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

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

Sequoia Football Defeats Carlmont

In the final game of the Raven’s 2019 campaign, Sequoia faced off in an away game against the Carlmont Scots. Sequoia, coming off their first league win against Menlo, hoped to end their season with a .500 win percentage while Carlmont came into the game looking for their first league win. The game saw Sequoia’s stud

Sequoia Football Beats Menlo

On Sequoia’s senior night, a night masqueraded with a celebration of Sequoia Football’s seniors, Sequoia bested Menlo Football by a score of 34-21. Led by a 3 touchdown, 217 yard performance by senior Simon Talauati, Sequoia comfortably won. Sequoia’s final game of the season comes on November 8, 2019, against Carlmont at Carlmont.

Sequoia Football falls to Half Moon Bay

The Sequoia Raven fall to 3-5 after losing to the undefeated Half Moon Bay Cougars 42-13. After a close first quarter that saw the score only 6-0, the Cougars broke the game apart. After a promising 3-2 start for the Sequoia Ravens, they have dropped 3 straight league affairs. The Ravens look to bounce back

Sequoia Football Suffers Loss to Hillsdale

A Sequoia Ravens team, coming off a loss against San Mateo High School, fell apart against the Hillsdale Knights in a dreary game where the score ended 39-3. This loss brings Sequoia’s losing streak to two. Next Friday, they face the undefeated Half Moon Bay Cougars where they look to defend their home ground and

Sequoia Football Falls in League Opener

At Sequoia’s homecoming game, the Ravens lost to the San Mateo Bearcats by a score of 35-13. Even with a strong showing by Sequoia High School’s center Evan Velline, the Ravens struggled to muster up anything on offense. The Ravens look to bounce back next week against the Hillsdale Knights in a game at Hillsdale.

Football Travel Game

Last weekend, The Ravens traveled to Spokane, Washington on their annual travel game to face off against the North Central High School Indians. The Ravens kicked off their long weekend with an early flight Friday morning. Being the first time some players have been on an airplane, this was just the start to an exciting

Sequoia Football League Opener

On Friday, October 11, the Sequoia Ravens, 3-2, take on the San Mateo Bearcats, 4-1, in Sequoia’s league opener. Coming off a profound 27-7 victory against Spokane, Washington’s North Central High School, Sequoia looks to extend their streak to two in their league opener. The game will be held at Sequoia High School this Friday