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Fast Pitch Softball Rankings Released

Sep 14, 2011 • by VYPE Oklahoma •
OKrankings.com released September 13, 2011 the fast-pitch softball rankings for Classes 6A-B.  Class 6A 1-Union, 2-Mustang, 3-Jenks, 4-Owasso, 5-Edmond Santa Fe, 6-Broken Arrow, 7-Edmond Memorial, 8-Moore, 9-Edmond North, 10-Sand Springs Class 5A 1-Grove, 2-Coweta, 3-Tahlequa More

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District 3A-7 preview: Sequoyah-Tahlequah ready for year without sanctions

Aug 12, 2014 • NewsOK.com
Thornton picked up his no-huddle spread offense from his time as an assistant at Greenwood (Ark.) High School, where his teams won 50 consecutive games. “You're not always the most talented team on the field, but one of the things we had that was good ... More

Cross country teams open season

Sep 2, 2014 • Grandlakenews
Local cross country teams kicked off their season with attending meets at Claremore Sequoyah and Tahlequah. Jay took their cross country ... Sequoyah Sat. Aug. 30, where they Bulldogs competed in every division from elementary to high school divisions. More

US Rep. Mullin visits Cherokee Nation schools, business

Aug 27, 2014 • Thecollinsvillenews
U.S. Rep. Mullin visits Cherokee Nation schools, business 0 comments. TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee citizen and U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin, R-Westville, toured the Cherokee Nation Monday to see the programs at Sequoyah High School and Cherokee ... More

Area coaches weigh in on two-a-days discussion

Aug 28, 2014 • Tahlequah Daily Press
Is that good or bad? Are the kids less-tough without “surviving” two-a-days? Tahlequah Sequoyah head football coach Shane Richardson says that there are both advantages and disadvantages to high schools hosting two-a-days, but it's not in his philosophy. More

Lady Diamonds pull out long-delayed home opener

Aug 29, 2014 • Sequoyah County Times
The Lady Diamonds had faced some stiff competition at the NSU-Tahlequah High School Tournament previously. They beat Okmulgee 6-2 before falling to then-undefeated Henryetta 3-0 for their first loss of the year. After shutting out 4A foe Poteau 5-0 ... More

Hundreds attend 62nd annual Cherokee National Holiday parade

Aug 31, 2014 • Tahlequah Daily Press
... members of the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council. This year's parade touted four bands, including the Sequoyah Indians Band, Tahlequah High School Orange Express, Northeastern State University RiverHawks, and the Stilwell High School Indians Band. More

Traditional Cherokee marble players showcase skills

Aug 28, 2014 • Grandlakenews
Contact Hillary Mead at hillary-fry@cherokee.org. 7:30 to 11 am – Children's fishing derby at the pond east of the WW Keeler Complex, 17675 S. Muskogee Ave., Tahlequah. Professional angler Jason Christie will be on site to take photos and sign ... More

Traditional Cherokee marble players showcase skills at Cherokee National ...

Aug 22, 2014 • Sequoyah County Times
The traditional game of Cherokee marbles, which is played in teams of three and can last hours, is just one of the sporting events featured as part of the 62nd Annual Cherokee National Holiday. “The Cherokee marbles game has been around as long as the ... More

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