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Sequoyah Ends Basketball Season

Sequoyah’s high school boys and girls basketball teams recently finished their best season in Sequoyah history. The boys ended their season with an overall...

Skating Community Grows at Sequoyah

What if instead of signing up for a conventional sport, such as volleyball or soccer, you could try something new and skateboard for P.E....

Cross Country Continues to Push Forward

Sequoyah High School’s cross country team finished their season with two Saturday meets. Tenth-grader Jean-Luc Lesaca, a second-year veteran, reflected on his experience, saying,...

Football, Student Safety Butt Heads At High School

At the new Sequoyah High school there is a wide range of sports, including volleyball, fencing, archery, and flag football. What there is not,...

Varsity Blues: Big Volleyball Turnout Splits Teams, Opinions

This year, Sequoyah separated the girls volleyball team into two teams: a Junior Varsity (JV) and a Varsity team. When Sequoyah announced...

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We’re all in a bit of a stressful situation right now, and it’s important to keep in touch with our friends and know what they’re up to. So this week I interviewed freshman Simone Listiak to see how she’s been dealing with quarantine.

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Announcements! 2:40pm: Our team is going to need some time to crunch the numbers...
Seeing how Sequoyah is dealing with this weird time is critical to staying connected! This week I interviewed sophomore Adam Lurvey to see what’s keeping him busy, what he’s snacking on, and generally how he’s staying sane!
What is keeping Sequoyah students busy? How are people staying sane? Let’s stay connected in this weird time by at least knowing what our peers are snacking on. This week I interviewed one of our juniors, Claire Donahue, to see how she is using her quarantine time.
What is keeping Sequoyah students busy? How are people staying sane? Let’s stay connected in this weird time by at least knowing what our peers are snacking on. This week I interviewed our beloved senior Max Adams to see how he is using his quarantine time.

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