Sequoia Boys Varsity Basketball

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Men’s Basketball Bests M-A in Thriller to Win PAL Tourney Title

Boys basketball: Sequoia outduels Menlo-Atherton in PAL final Rivals catch fire from beyond arc in first half before grind to the finish The Sequoia boys basketball team poses with the PAL Tournament trophy after a 68-65 victory in the final against Menlo-Atherton. (Vytas Mazeika / Bay Area News Group) By VYTAS MAZEIKA | |

LeBlanc leads Sequoia: Senior Scores Career-high 33 Points in 85-61 Win

LeBlanc leads Sequoia: Senior scores career-high 33 points in an 85-61 win over the Rams February 17, 2017, 05:00 AM By Nathan Mollat, Daily Journal Nathan Mollat/Daily Journal Sequoia’s N’jai LeBlanc Jr. poured in 33 points, including 21 in the first half, to lead the Cherokees to a PAL tournament first-round win over visiting Westmoor.

Cherokees Survive Scare at Home v. Carlmont

The Sequoia Men’s Basketball team was set to avenge a January loss to rival Carlmont (1 of only 2 league losses on the year) but the Friday night rematch proved to be a dogfight once again. It wasn’t until a late N’Jai LeBlanc Jr. 3 and an acrobatic layup by Myles Nunez finally salted the

Cherokees Dismantle Woodside

One month ago, Woodside was hot from outside and hung with the Cherokees into the game’s final minutes before finally succumbing. Wednesday night, the narrative was a bit different. Sequoia suffocated the Wildcats on defense and found easy baskets in transition, opening up a 29-point lead at halftime and cruising to an 80-33 victory. N’Jai

Cherokees Cede PAL Lead to M-A

Just 7 days after the two premier teams in the PAL South hooked up on Sequoia’s home floor, they went at it again. After the Cherokees convincing win a week ago, the Bears returned the favor, stifling Sequoia’s potent offense in a 63-52 game. Sequoia led 21-18 after one quarter, but the second frame was

Bolanos’ Career Day Helps Sequoia Top Mills

The Cherokees got two big performances on Wednesday night when they hosted a scrappy Mills Vikings squad. One of them was from an expected source, and the other, maybe not so much. SR PG N’Jai LeBlanc Jr. continued his recent success with another 20-pt effort, but it was reserve SR G Matt Bolanos who hit

Sequoia Hands M-A First League Loss to Move Into a Tie for First

Sequoia hands M-A first league loss to move into a tie for first January 28, 2017, 05:00 AM By Terry Bernal Daily Journal Terry Bernal/Daily Journal Sequoia guard Zach Bene glides to the hoop Friday night in the Cherokees’ 68-58 win over Menlo-Atherton, deadlocking the two teams in a first-place tie in the PAL South Division.

SEQ Men Suffer First PAL Loss at Carlmont

Despite averaging over 80 points a game in PAL play, the Cherokees found it tough-going in front of a packed house at Carlmont’s Terry Stogner gymnasium Friday night. Boisterous student sections from both schools built a raucous atmosphere, and it appeared that for much of the game, Sequoia struggled to adjust. The Cherokees led by

Sequoia Overcomes Ejections, Foul Trouble to Blast Capuchino

A flurry of whistles might be about the only thing that can slow down the Sequoia Men’s basketball team these days, and even then, it seems unlikely. The Cherokees persevered through two ejections to the coaching staff and foul trouble for two of their most integral players in what eventually turned into another lopsided win,

LeBlanc Jr. Drops 28 on Former School Woodside

As if there wasn’t enough emotion in the air for Friday night’s rivalry matchup between Sequoia and Woodside, Cherokee SR PG N’Jai LeBlanc Jr. had the added weight of squaring off against the team he starred for as a freshman before transferring to Sequoia. Sequoia’s Senior leader was up to the task, and more. LeBlanc