A total of five EBCI tribal members won titles at the Smoky Mountain Conference titles at the conference tournament at Hiwassee Dam on Saturday, Feb. 1 including: Levi Swearengin, Cherokee, 126; Russell Bigmeat, Swain, 136; Jaron Bradley, Cherokee, 152; Nathan Craig, Robbinsville, 170; and Spencer McCoy, Swain, 195.
Spencer McCoy, an EBCI tribal member and a junior at Swain County High School, has been named to the NCPreps.com All-State 1A team as a middle linebacker.
Feb. 15 at Snowbird Rec. Center. Starting time TBA. Mixed couples, bring your own partner. Info: (828) 479-6178
Tribal Council Results – Jan. 9
The Cherokee Middle School Braves traveled to Murphy to play the Andrews Wildcats in the opening round of the Smoky Mountain Conference tournament on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Feb. 15 at 5pm at Jess Welch’s residence in the Big Cove Community. This event is a benefit for the Lossiah family. Good food, good prizes.
The Cherokee Wrestling team fell to the Swain County Maroon Devils on Thursday, Jan. 30 by a team score of 60-18. The Braves picked up three pin falls, gave up three pin falls and five forfeits.
Cherokee swept Swain at home on Thursday, Jan. 30 in varsity basketball.
Cherokee Boys Club Report – week of Feb. 6
Lady Braves’ Kendall Toineeta, a junior, was named the Citizen-Times Western North Carolina Player of the Week on Monday, Feb. 3. She was honored for her play against Swain on Thursday, Jan. 30 and against Highlands on Friday, Jan. 31. She scored 10pts and had 10 assists in the Swain game, and in the Highlands […]
Ryan Arch Miller – obituary
Feb. 6 at 11am at the Yellowhill Community Building. Menu: chicken, bean bread, cabbage, boiled potatoes, fatback and drinkn for $8. Delivery upon request for four or more orders or walk-ins are welcome. Place all delivery orders before 9am on Feb. 6. The family of Dennis and Marlene Junaluska are sponsoring the benefit, and all […]
USET Impact Week in Washington, DC opened on Monday, Feb. 3.
Feb. 15 at Yellowhill Community Activity Building. Dinners start at 4pm with singing starting at 6pm. Dinner, drink, dessert $7/plate. Proceeds will benefit a Mission Trip to Choctaw, Miss on March 1-5.
It was a good night for Cherokee basketball as both varsity teams defeated visiting Highlands at home on Friday, Jan. 31. The Lady Braves (17-2), currently ranked #6 in the state Maxpreps.com poll, beat the Lady Highlanders 76-31, and the Braves (10-9) pulled above .500 on the year with a 71-50 victory.
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