Head Coach - Justin Brown

Assistant Coaches - Jeff Turtle, Grant Callison


Head Coach - Jay Herrin


Sequoyah (Tahlequah) High School has an opening for Assistant High School Boys’ Basketball Coach for the 2019-2020 school year with possible additional coaching opportunity in baseball. Secondary teaching field is open. Apply online through Cherokee Nation Human Resources at The Job ID is 2019-16746. The posting is listed as “Certified Secondary Education Teacher (Any Certifications).” Applications will be accepted until 7/28/2019.


Sequoyah girls AND boys are going back to the state basketball tournament for the 7th consecutive year! We will take a fan bus to state as long as we have a team playing. The Lady Indians won the area championship by defeating #9 Adair 53-31. This was the Lady Indians' 3rd win over the Lady Warriors this season. The Indians punched their state ticket by beating #11 Star Spencer 71-61 in the area consolation final following a 36-42 loss to #4 Metro Christian in the area championship game. This was the Indians' 2nd win over the defending state champion Bobcats in the playoffs this season.

2019 State Basketball Tournament Brackets

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Sequoyah girls and boys are 2019 regional champs and 2019 district champs! In district, the Lady Indians beat Sperry 72-21 and the Indians beat Sperry 58-22. At regional, girls beat Westville 61-10 and #16 Keys 75-46. Boys beat Vian 59-51 and #11 Star Spencer 63-53. State will be in the Oklahoma City area March 7-9. 



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The Sequoyah Lady Indians have won back-to-back state titles and 3 of the last 4! They defeated Kingston 53-51 in the championship game, coming back from being down 12 points late in the 3rd quarter. They beat Comanche 50-36 in the semifinal and Kansas 59-48 in the quarterfinal. Jonia Walker was the tournament MVP. Lexy Keys made the All Tournament 1st Team.

Sequoyah girls have won 6 state championships - 2005, 2006, 2007, 2015, 2017, and 2018. That is the most by any 3A girls team. Only 6 other schools in any classification have won more.

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Sequoyah Lady Indians win the 2017 3A girls basketball state championship and bring home the gold ball!!!  They defeated #7 Metro Christian 70-43 in quarterfinal, #5 Washington 61-42 in semifinal, and #4 Comanche 67-40 in the championship game for an average margin of victory of 24.3 points in the state tournament.  Freshman Lexy Keys is tournament MVP.  Cenia Hayes made the All Tournament Team 1st Team.  Merissa Smith and Kymber Tyon made Tulsa World's 2nd Team All Tournament Team!  



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 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.


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!