The other day, my cousin Charity put a post on her Facebook page discussing the poor officiating that she witnessed during a high school basketball playoff game in South Dakota.
The Cherokee Lady Braves played the Murphy Lady Bulldogs in the third round of the state playoffs at the Charles George Memorial Arena on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Katy Hall, Mitchell junior power forward, took the ball down the right side of the court and launched a picture-perfect three-point shot at the buzzer of a state playoff second round match-up against the Cherokee Lady Braves on Thursday, Feb. 23.
As I stood on the sidelines getting my shots and taking notes as the Lady Braves hosted Mitchell on Thursday night, I noticed several things.
The Cherokee Braves (19-8) and Lady Braves (24-2) both won their first round match-ups in the 1A state playoffs against the same school, Union Academy.
Anthony Toineeta (52-2) is the first two-time state champion in Cherokee High School history.
The Cherokee Braves (18-8) won their second Big Smoky Mountain Conference tournament title in a row on Friday, Feb. 17.
My wife, daughter, and I enjoy watching YouTube videos featuring the paranormal or cryptid creatures. Last night, while watching one entitled “real dinosaur caught on tape”,
The Cherokee High School Athletic Department hosted a Fall Sports Athletic Awards Banquet at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 12. Following are the awards that were given in each fall sport: Varsity Cheerleading * Most Valuable Cheerleader – Kendra Panther * Coach’s Award – Kylee Tramper JV Volleyball […]
Anthony Toineeta, senior member of the Cherokee Braves wrestling team, won the 1A West Regional title in the 160lb division on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Alleghany High School.