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507244d9c861eCongratulations to our boys golf team who qualified for the State Tournament. The tournament is Monday and Tuesday in OKC. Good luck Eagles!

Congratulations to our boys golf team who qualified for the State Tournament. The tournament is Monday and Tuesday in OKC. Good luck Eagles!

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507244d9c861eCongratulations to our boys and girls track athletes who are headed to State! Good luck Eagles! Mason Hassell-110 hurdles Daniel Cowan-100 M, 200 M dashes Nathan Stritzke-long jump Taygen Scrivner-high jump, 400 M relay Tori Wood-800 M, 1600 M, 3200 M runs Amaya Van Gemert McDonald-400 M relay Montana Dumas-long jump, 400 M relay Alicia Mercado-100 M hurdles, 300 M hurdles Jayden Horton-400 M relay

Congratulations to our boys and girls track athletes who are headed to State! Good luck Eagles! Mason Hassell-110 hurdles Daniel Cowan-100 M, 200 M dashes Nathan Stritzke-long jump Taygen Scrivner-high jump, 400 M relay Tori Wood-800 M, 1600 M, 3200 M runs Amaya Van Gemert McDonald-400 M relay Montana Dumas-long jump, 400 M relay Alicia Mercado-100 M hurdles, 300 M hurdles Jayden Horton-400 M relay

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507244d9c861eSequoyah High School Senior Charleigh Mallory is flanked by her parents, Rocck and Charlette Mallory, as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Neosho Community College in Chanute, Kansas.

Sequoyah High School Senior Charleigh Mallory is flanked by her parents, Rocck and Charlette Mallory, as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Neosho Community College in Chanute, Kansas.

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507244d9c861eDistrict Champs 2018

District Champs 2018

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507244d9c861eSenior and starting second baseman for the Eagles of Sequoyah High School, Logan Patterson is an example for his peers and upcoming players to watch on and off the field.

Senior and starting second baseman for the Eagles of Sequoyah High School, Logan Patterson is an example for his peers and upcoming players to watch on and off the field.

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507244d9c861eClaremore Sequoyah senior Tristan Diaz has signed to play college baseball at Cowley College, making him the first male in his family to play a sport at the next level.

Claremore Sequoyah senior Tristan Diaz has signed to play college baseball at Cowley College, making him the first male in his family to play a sport at the next level.

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507244d9c861eMembers of the Sequoyah High School Trap Team display their 5th place trophy and endowment check earned at the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program Northeast Region Shoot, held at the Oil Capital Gun Club in Coweta. The team competed against 29 others schools at the event. Their next competition will be on 25 April 2018, at the Oklahoma at the State Shoot, held at the Oklahoma Trapshooting Association range in El Reno.

Members of the Sequoyah High School Trap Team display their 5th place trophy and endowment check earned at the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program Northeast Region Shoot, held at the Oil Capital Gun Club in Coweta. The team competed against 29 others schools at the event. Their next competition will be on 25 April 2018, at the Oklahoma at the State Shoot, held at the Oklahoma Trapshooting Association range in El Reno.

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507244d9c861eMembers of the Sequoyah Middle School recently earned 2nd Place at the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program Northeast Region Shoot, held at the Oil Capital Gun Club in Coweta. The team’s next competition will be against the eleven other top teams from across Oklahoma at the State Shoot, held at the Oklahoma Trapshooting Association range in El Reno.

Members of the Sequoyah Middle School recently earned 2nd Place at the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program Northeast Region Shoot, held at the Oil Capital Gun Club in Coweta. The team’s next competition will be against the eleven other top teams from across Oklahoma at the State Shoot, held at the Oklahoma Trapshooting Association range in El Reno.

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507244d9c861eShooters for the Sequoyah High School Trap Team practice their shooting skills in preparation for the upcoming regional shoot at the Oil Capitol Gun Range in Coweta.  Over the last four years, the High School, as a team, has placed in the top four positions in the state.  Additionally, the team has had two individual State Champions and three shooters earning top three honors. Shooters pictured are:  Junior Senior Olivia Carlson, Sophomore Dakota Page, and Freshman Kassidy Shearer.

Shooters for the Sequoyah High School Trap Team practice their shooting skills in preparation for the upcoming regional shoot at the Oil Capitol Gun Range in Coweta.  Over the last four years, the High School, as a team, has placed in the top four positions in the state.  Additionally, the team has had two individual State Champions and three shooters earning top three honors. Shooters pictured are:  Junior Senior Olivia Carlson, Sophomore Dakota Page, and Freshman Kassidy Shearer.

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507244d9c861eSequoyah High School Senior Olivia Carlson takes aim at a fast moving target as she prepares for the upcoming Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program regional and state tournaments.

Sequoyah High School Senior Olivia Carlson takes aim at a fast moving target as she prepares for the upcoming Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program regional and state tournaments.

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507244d9c861eSequoyah Varsity Baseball player, Senior Tristan Diaz, along with 14 other me demonstrates the proper batting grip to the attendees of the Youth Sports Clinic hosted by Claremore Parks and Recreation. Over 45 youths from around Green Country attend the one day clinic to sharpen their hitting and fielding skills.

Sequoyah Varsity Baseball player, Senior Tristan Diaz, along with 14 other me demonstrates the proper batting grip to the attendees of the Youth Sports Clinic hosted by Claremore Parks and Recreation. Over 45 youths from around Green Country attend the one day clinic to sharpen their hitting and fielding skills.

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507244d9c861eSequoyah Varsity Baseball player, Senior Jonathan Snipes, goes over fielding instructions with young players at the Youth Sports Clinic hosted by Claremore Parks and Recreation.

Sequoyah Varsity Baseball player, Senior Jonathan Snipes, goes over fielding instructions with young players at the Youth Sports Clinic hosted by Claremore Parks and Recreation.

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507244d9c861eBasketball Homecoming Royalty: Pictured left to right are: Back Row:Junior Callie Schultz, Senior Kenzie Saul, Senior Ashlee Sanders, Senior AddalieghDameron, Sophomore Avery Tucker, and Freshman Kennedi Christian. Middle Row: Junior Jacob Eaton, Senior Colin Tucker, Senior Spencer Moreland, Senior Cade Leonard, Sophomore Drake Olari, and Freshman Blake Bedsworth. First Row: Crown Bearer Cooper Howard and Flower Girl Alexandria Wood

Basketball Homecoming Royalty: Pictured left to right are: Back Row:Junior Callie Schultz, Senior Kenzie Saul, Senior Ashlee Sanders, Senior AddalieghDameron, Sophomore Avery Tucker, and Freshman Kennedi Christian. Middle Row: Junior Jacob Eaton, Senior Colin Tucker, Senior Spencer Moreland, Senior Cade Leonard, Sophomore Drake Olari, and Freshman Blake Bedsworth. First Row: Crown Bearer Cooper Howard and Flower Girl Alexandria Wood

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507244d9c861eMembers of the Sequoyah 8th Grade Volleyball Team, proudly display the Consolations Championship plaque they earned at the 2017 Claremore 8th Grade Volleyball Tournament. Pictured (L to R): Abby Coyle, Emma Brown, Leanna Aultman, Emma Blackwood, Avery Sellers, Hailey Suntken, Saige Morgan, Jayley Sutton, and Shelby Hurt.

Members of the Sequoyah 8th Grade Volleyball Team, proudly display the Consolations Championship plaque they earned at the 2017 Claremore 8th Grade Volleyball Tournament. Pictured (L to R): Abby Coyle, Emma Brown, Leanna Aultman, Emma Blackwood, Avery Sellers, Hailey Suntken, Saige Morgan, Jayley Sutton, and Shelby Hurt.

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507244d9c861eFour members of the Sequoyah High School Varsity Cheer Squad recently earned positions on the All-American Cheerleading Team. These young ladies will be performing with other cheerleaders from across the country during the New Years Day Parade, held in London, England. Pictured (L-R): Adleigh Martin, Kenna Rector, Kylah Swisher, and Kim Gatzemyer.

Four members of the Sequoyah High School Varsity Cheer Squad recently earned positions on the All-American Cheerleading Team. These young ladies will be performing with other cheerleaders from across the country during the New Years Day Parade, held in London, England. Pictured (L-R): Adleigh Martin, Kenna Rector, Kylah Swisher, and Kim Gatzemyer.

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507244d9c861eFour members of the Sequoyah High School Varsity Cheerleading Squad will be traveling to Florida in November to participate in the “Varsity Spirit Spectacular” at Disney World, as members of the Specialty Teams. Pictured (L-R): Kykah Swisher, Paige Moss, Mallory Horner, and Adleigh Martin.

Four members of the Sequoyah High School Varsity Cheerleading Squad will be traveling to Florida in November to participate in the “Varsity Spirit Spectacular” at Disney World, as members of the Specialty Teams. Pictured (L-R): Kykah Swisher, Paige Moss, Mallory Horner, and Adleigh Martin.

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507244d9c861eThe Sequoyah High School Boys Cross Country Team finished seventh at the recent regional qualifier meet. Pictured are: Bradon Swisher, (L-R) Noah Klepczyk, Christian Gayman, Zachary Lofton, Jakob Martin, Jonathan Naro, and William Morales.

The Sequoyah High School Boys Cross Country Team finished seventh at the recent regional qualifier meet. Pictured are: Bradon Swisher, (L-R) Noah Klepczyk, Christian Gayman, Zachary Lofton, Jakob Martin, Jonathan Naro, and William Morales.

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507244d9c861ePictured for the Girls Team are: Hailey Orf, (L-R) Montana Dumas, Audrey Fowler, Sarah Karamitis, Tori Wood, Brianna Papke, Cheyenne Stillion.

Pictured for the Girls Team are: Hailey Orf, (L-R) Montana Dumas, Audrey Fowler, Sarah Karamitis, Tori Wood, Brianna Papke, Cheyenne Stillion.

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507244d9c861eSequoyah High School Senior Megan Oldashi is surrounded by her parents and coaches as she signs her letter of intent to play soccer for Redlands Jr. College in El Reno, Oklahoma.

Sequoyah High School Senior Megan Oldashi is surrounded by her parents and coaches as she signs her letter of intent to play soccer for Redlands Jr. College in El Reno, Oklahoma.

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507244d9c861eSequoyah High School Seniors Brittany and Bryanna Wilkins sign their letters of intent to play softball for Coffeyville Jr. College (CJC) in Coffeyville, Kansas. The girls are joined by their parents and coaches from both Sequoyah and CJC.

Sequoyah High School Seniors Brittany and Bryanna Wilkins sign their letters of intent to play softball for Coffeyville Jr. College (CJC) in Coffeyville, Kansas. The girls are joined by their parents and coaches from both Sequoyah and CJC.

 

 

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