Sequoyah Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: 1 - 0

2019 Sequoyah Chiefs

 

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Chiefs seek to win last game of the season

The Sequoyah Chiefs face the Allatoona Buccaneers in the last game of the season this Friday Nov. 8th at 7:30 p.m. at home.   The Chiefs are 5-4 this season and 4-3 in region games and the Buccaneers are 6-2-1 and are 6-1 in region games. The Buccaneers have not lost an away game this year and the

Chiefs Shut Out the Knights for the Fourth Year in a Row

Last Friday, the Chiefs took down the River Ridge Knights for the eighth year in a row. This victory marks Sequoyah’s second region win of the season.   The highly anticipated game was hyped up all throughout the week. Some Cherokee County football enthusiasts thought that the SHS vs. RRHS game could be River Ridge’s first in–county win in their ten years as a

Chiefs hope to improve winning streak vs Sprayberry

The football team is looking to win their 3rd straight game on Friday, Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at home against the Sprayberry Yellow Jackets. This game will be their homecoming game.  Both teams are coming into this game with a 4-3 overall record and a 3-2 region record. Last week, the Chiefs knocked off South Cobb 35-16, and the Yellow

Chiefs Hope To Bring Home A Win From South Cobb

The Sequoyah Chiefs football team has an away game against the South Cobb Eagles this Friday, Oct 18, at 7:30 p.m. The Chiefs are looking to win their second game in a row and fourth win overall for the season.   Last week, the Chiefs won 13-0 at River Ridge, and the Eagles lost 62-7 on the road

Chiefs look to beat Knights for 8th year straight

The Sequoyah Chiefs football team is on the road to face off against the River Ridge Knights this Friday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m.   Both teams are coming off a loss this past week. The Chiefs lost to Creekview in a big rivalry game 27-14, and the Knights lost to Dalton 34-7.   The Chiefs and Knights have both gotten off

Super Six Myles McGee

Senior Myles McGee As Sequoyah looks to build off the best season in program history, there may be no player more important to the Chiefs than Myles McGee. A two-way starter who also plays special teams, McGee, however, is more focused on team success. “I think we all have to buy in,” said McGee, a member of