Sequoia Girls Freshman Basketball

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Women’s Basketball Season Ends With 49-45 Loss to Lincoln

The Lady Cherokees carried their #9 seed into a first-round matchup with #8 Lincoln Tuesday evening, and for a time, seemed poise to pull the upset. Sequoia outplayed the Lions in the second quarter and carried a 20-17 lead into the half, only to see the tables turned in the 3rd when the Lions opened

Lubeck Leads Lady Cherokees Over Burlingame

The PAL league slate has been a challenge for the Sequoia Women’s Basketball team, but the schedule’s final contest provided a┬ápositive note on the eve of the CCS seeding meeting. Sequoia got 16 points and 8 rebounds from SR F Kiley Lubeck and 10 points each from Susie Lopez and Mia Woo in a 57-43

PAL Superpower M-A Outguns Lady Cherokees

The Menlo-Atherton’s Women’s Basketball team entered Friday night’s PAL contest at Sequoia ranked as one of the top 20 teams in the state, and the discrepancy became very clear early on as the Bears raced out to a 21-5 1st quarter lead and never looked back in a 74-30 win. JR Mia Woo hit three

Lady Cherokees Fall Short at Carlmont

Fresh off their first league win of the season Wednesday at Capuchino, the Sequoia Women’s Basketball team fell behind Carlmont 15-4 after one quarter Friday night and could never close the gap in the 59-35 loss. SR G Emily McAdams was excellent at both ends of the floor for Sequoia in the losing effort.

Woo, Albin Lead Lady Cherokees to First League Win

The Lady Cherokees had been feeling the frustration of a few close losses to open the 2017 league season, but were able to get on track Wednesday night at Capuchino. JR G Mia Woo and SR G Alyssa Albin each hit three times from beyond the arc to help Sequoia to the 63-54 win. Woo led

Lady Cherokees Fall to Woodside

After a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of Aragon to open the PAL season on Wednesday, the Lady Cherokees took the court against visiting Woodside in the co-main event of the year’s first Quad matchup. The Wildcats proved too strong however, riding the tenacious inside presence of Caitlin Trainer and the hot shooting of SR