Sequoia Girls Varsity Softball

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Congrats to the Senior Softball Players!

Congrats to these Sequoia student-athletes from the varsity softball team! Alexis Navarette Trust. Respect. Empathy. Commitment. Support. Leadership. Strength. Intelligence. These are some of the many characteristics that describe Alexis Navarette. Alexis gave her all at every practice and every game. The entire team looked up to Alexis as a proven leader who is a

The ravens take victory 3/6/20

The Varsity softball team wins both their tournament games against Mills and Carlmont. In the first game against Mills, the team plays strong the whole time. All the girls on the team gather up a ton of really good hits. Th defense was just on in the whole game. In the second game against Carlmont,

The ravens take a tough loss 3/4/20

The Varsity softball team takes a very tough loss to Woodside with a score of 11-3. The team just wasn’t on during the game and struggled to keep up to Woodside.

The ravens take victory 3/3/20

The Girls Varsity Softball team beats St. Ignatius with a score of 4-2. The team started off a bit slow but gets stronger throughout the game and gains victory.

The ravens take Victory! 2/28/20

The varsity Girls softball team beats Cupertino with a score of 9-5. The team starts off a bit slow but they takes the victory at the end. Good luck to them in their next game!

The ravens take a very tough loss 2/26/20

The Girls Varsity Softball team takes a very tough loss to Aragon with a score of 18-0. The team just couldn’t get score in time while Aragon’s defense was just too strong. Good luck to them in their next game against Cupertino High school.

Softball is starting!

There is optional conditioning for softball on the softball field on 1/23 and 1/24 at 4:00.  The season kicks off at 4:00 on Monday, January 29th on the softball field. Questions? mike@mikecobbcreative.com

Varsity Softball Drops 9-inning 3-2 Heartbreaker to Carlmont

Carlmont is perennially one of the CCS softball powerhouses, but on Wednesday afternoon, the Lady Cherokees gave the host Scots all they could handle. The game moved scoreless into the 5th inning when JR Grace Weber’s 2-run HR gave upstart Sequoia a 2-0 lead. Carlmont answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of

Clarke, Amaya Lead Lady Cherokees Over Rival Woodside

JR MacKenzie Clarke tripled and JR Danielle Amaya was 2 X 3 with a pair of RBI to help the Sequoia Varsity Softball team overcome an early 5-1 deficit to beat visiting Woodside 5-1. The win was the first in PAL Bay competition for Sequoia, and they improve to (4-9) (1-4 PAL Bay).