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SEQUOYAH FOOTBALL

    Admission to Sequoyah Indians football games:

     Adult- $5, Student- $3, Sr. Citizens $3.

         Head Coach        
     Shane Richardson
        Shane-Richardson@cherokee.org

    Assistant Coaches
     Phil Angieri
     Brandon Richardson
     Brad Jones
     Jerrod Hammer
     Jeromie Hammer

FALL SPORTS SCHEDULES

Athletics schedules are available through the Rank One athletics portal this year at the following link. As we make schedule changes, they will be synced at this link. So far, only fall sports have been entered. You can link any or all of our schedules to sync to your calendar. You can also export individual schedules to pdf or Excel. Winter and spring schedules will be added later. There is also a link to download the Rank One app with easy access to schedules.

https://www.rankonesport.com/Schedules/View_Schedule_All_Web.aspx?D=e423ac42-0d54-46c0-bbe2-94528de82e21&S=6089

Click here for the schedule for ALL 2019 FALL SPORTS (updated 7.16.19). It is a spreadsheet that shows all fall sports sorted by date. Filters are on so you can easily filter by sport, level, location, etc. This version of the schedule will not be synced as changes are made. It is a one-time snapshot of our current schedules in a convenient format.

SCHEDULE CHANGES & SCORES ON TWITTER

To keep up with the latest scores and schedule updates, follow us on Twitter, “Sequoyah High School @SeqActivities.”  To view in a regular browser, go to https://twitter.com/SeqActivities.

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

The Indians advanced to the 2017 3A quarterfinal by defeating #2 Berryhill 32-30 on the road. We will host #1 Jones for the quarterfinal on Friday, Nov. 24, at 7:00 PM. This is only the 6th time in school history to advance to the football quarterfinal and the 1st time ever in Class 3A.

Sequoyah qualified for state in football for the 4th consecutive year in 2017. In the 1st round, the Indians defeated Eufaula 50-21 in the 1st home playoff football game since 2010. This was Sequoyah's 1st home playoff win since 2008 and only the 2nd playoff win since Sequoyah moved up to 3A.