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Sequoyah Alumni Invited to Celebrate at Alumni Weekend

     The Sequoyah Alumni Association invites all Sequoyah Schools’ graduates to their annual alumni celebration May 1 and 2.  The first weekend in May has become known to the Sequoyah Schools’ alumni and staff as the annual “alumni weekend,” a homecoming of sorts, for graduates of the past, a time for anyone who has ever been a part of Sequoyah Schools to come home and see their friends, classmates and former teachers. 

     The Sequoyah Alumni Association has put together a host of events to give alums ample opportunities to come home, celebrate and share their memories of Sequoyah. 

      “Anyone with a connection to Sequoyah is invited to attend,” said Wauneta Sanders, event coordinator and Sequoya alumnus.

     Saturday will be filled with an alumni golf tournament at the Cherokee Trails Golf Course at 8 a.m., a family picnic and annual business meeting at 11:00 a.m. in the lower level of Sequoyah Schools’ The Place Where They Play, and a banquet at 5 p.m. in the Sequoyah Schools’ cafeteria followed by a social and dance at locations to be announced.  Banquet tickets are $10 each and may be purchased at the door.  Doors open at 4:30.  2015 Sequoyah Hall of Fame inductees will be announced at the banquet. 

     Events will wrap up on Sunday, May 3 with a breakfast at 8:30 a.m. in the Sequoyah Schools’ cafeteria.  Breakfast is $3 per person. 

        For more information on the alumni golf tournament, please contact Jefferson Adair at 918-458-0878.  For more information on all of the alumni events, visit the Sequoyah Alumni Association website at www.sequoyahalumni.net


TRIPLE CROWN CHAMPS at MANTLE WOOD BAT CLASSIC
     
STATE CHAMPION LADY INDIANS HONORED AT CAPITOL

Our State Champion Lady Indians were recognized on the floor of the House of Representatives.  State Representative Mike Brown introduced the team to the members of the House. A citation recognizing the accomplishments of the team was read and each member of the team was presented with a citation of their own. It was a great day and our young ladies represented us well!

LEACH, PARISH, & PHILPOTT ARE ALL-STARS

BJ Leach and Zach Parish have been selected as 3A Basketball All-Stars by the Oklahoma Coaches Association.

Nolan Philpott made the 3A Football All-Star Team.

JHONETT COOKSON - OGBCA & OCA 2015 ALL-STATE IN BASKETBALL

CENIA HAYES HAS RECORD SETTING STATE FINAL!!!

Sequoyah sophomore, Cenia Hayes, set the record for most points scored in a 3A girls final in the history of 5-on-5 in Oklahoma!  Her 33 points give her the 4th highest scoring performance in a girls 5-on-5 state championship in all classifications.  Hayes was selected as the 3A MVP and named to the 1st-team All-State Tournament Team.  Congratulations, Cenia!

LADY INDIANS DOMINATE CHISOLM TO CLAIM 3A TITLE!!!!


The Sequoyah Lady Indians are the 2015 3A State Champions!!!!  

Cenia Hayes and Jhonett Cookson were named to the State Tournament All-Tournament 1st Team. Sierra Polk made the 2nd Team. Hayes was MVP.


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They defeated Chisolm 55-38, led by a 33-point performance by Cenia Hayes, in the championship game. The win earned the 4th gold ball for the Lady Indians in program history and the 1st since 2007. Congratulations to Coach Larry Callison and the Lady Indians for an amazing season!

 
The Lady Indians defeated #2 Adair 54-42 at the Big House in the 3A semifinal. The win earned the Lady Indians a spot in the championship game for the first time since 2008.

HOOPER REPEATS AS POWERLIFTING STATE CHAMPION!!!

Justin Hooper, SHS junior, won the 3A Powerlifting 145 Pound State Championship for 2015. His lift total for squat, bench, and deadlift was 1,105 pounds.  Hooper was also the 145 Pound State Champion in 2014 as a sophomore.

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