Sequoyah Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 4
  • Conference Record: 1 - 2

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All County Basketball

Congrats to Sequoyah basketball players Donovan Shipp, Myles McGee, Ayden Watson & Dashaun Robinson for being named to all county teams. Great year and props to all! For the full list and article click here – 2019-20 All County Basketball Teams Sequoyah Basketball Twitter – @sequoyahBball Article credit Patrick J O’Shea, Cherokee Tribune

Congrats Jackson Greco – POY

Congrats to Jackson Greco for being named the Cherokee County Player of the Year! See full article here – Jackson Greco – POY Jacksen Greco Stats-Highlights – 19.4 points per game, 6.8 rebounds per game, 2.4 assists per game, 1.1 steals per game, 86 made 3-pointers (2.8 per game); shot 44% from the field, 40% from

Chiefs take on region tournament

This week, the varsity basketball teams will compete in the region tournament: a week-long series of games among every member of region 6AAAAAA.   The boys will play their first game on Tuesday, February 4th. The opponent has not yet been announced, and the Chiefs will be the number 2 seed, just one game behind South Cobb. The Chiefs will be matched up against Allatoona, River

Greco leads Chiefs to 15th straight win

The Sequoyah Chiefs defeated the Sprayberry Yellow Jackets 88-63 on the road this week at Sprayberry to finish off their 5-game road trip. The Chiefs have now won 15 games in a row and are 22-4 overall and 13-2 in the region.   Senior Jacksen Greco scored 25 points on 47% shooting from the field and shot 6/11 from three. He also added 7 rebounds, 9 assists, and

Robinson, Greco lead Chiefs past South Cobb

The Sequoyah Chiefs defeated the South Cobb Eagles on Jan. 14th at home 67-56. With this win, the Chiefs are now 15-4 overall and 9-2 in the region.  Sequoyah handed the Eagles their 2nd loss of the season and their first region loss since January of last year, holding them to their second lowest scoring game this season.   Senior DJ Robinson led the

Chiefs win season series with second win over Creekview

On Tuesday, January 7th, Sequoyah Men’s Varsity Basketball advanced to a 7-2 region record on the season with a 77-63 win over Creekview.   With their second victory over the Grizzlies this season, the Chiefs hold the number 2 spot in the region standings, whereas Creekview falls to eighth place.   Senior Guard Jacksen Greco, who sealed the title

Chiefs look for revenge against South Cobb

The Sequoyah Chiefs basketball team is hosting the South Cobb Eagles on Tuesday, Jan. 14th in the War Lodge. South Cobb won the matchup earlier this season, 78-68.   Last season, South Cobb swept the season series 3-0, winning by an average of 11 points.   South Cobb is currently first in the region with a record of 11-0, with a total record of 18-1. The Chiefs trail the Eagles in second place in