With the county football season now over, several Sequoyah football players have garnered Region 2-4A awards.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Jarrett Guarantano threw two third-quarter touchdown passes for the lead that Tennessee's defense preserved with a late goal-line stand, helping the Volunteers rally past Kentucky 17-13 on Saturday night.
Fireworks shot off overhead and zest permeated Anderson County High School’s football stadium on Friday, as the Maverick faithful celebrated a 9-1 regular season finish and yet another playoff berth.
KNOXVILLE — Jauan Jennings and Marquez Callaway each scored two touchdowns and Tennessee threw for a season-high 351 yards without the services of injured quarterback Brian Maurer to beat South Carolina 41-21 on Saturday
Tennessee quarterback’s Jarrett Guarantano’s goalline fumble and Alabama defensive back Trevon Diggs’ 100-yard scoop and score will go down as one of the most cringe-inducing moments Vols fans have witnessed on the Third Saturday in October.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — With Tua Tagovailoa hurt, No. 1 Alabama turned to the defense and Najee Harris to pull out a 35-13 victory over Tennessee on Saturday night.
McMinn Central battled its way to a district title game berth and punched its ticket to the regional tournament with a contentious 3-0 win over visiting Sequoyah in the first round of the District 7-AA tournament on Tuesday.
The TPJHS Junior Bears capped off their first season by defeating Chilhowee 22-6 in the SETAC Papa’s Pizza Bowl on Thursday. Tellico finished the year with a 2-5 overall record.
The Sequoyah girls soccer team celebrated its annual Senior Night during its 3-1 win over Rockwood on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The Lady Chiefs played McMinn Central on Tuesday in the first round of the District 7-AA tournament.
By the time Howard’s Deoriean Elder capped off the second quarter with a 39-yard rushing touchdown on Friday, it was an all-too-familiar sight for Sequoyah.
With girls soccer season winding down, one Monroe County team is done for the year, one has notched a postseason berth and one’s future has not yet been decided.
It hasn’t gotten any easier for the Sequoyah football team. Sequoyah suffered yet another loss on an already rough season Friday, falling 72-13 to the East Hamilton Hurricanes. The Chiefs are now 0-7, while East Hamilton improves to 4-2.
In his first career start, Tellico Plains freshman quarterback Landon Hollinghead performed well. His only turnover, an interception, came on the last play of the game in garbage time, and overall, he operated the offense well.