This week, Sequoyah has home-court advantage
By Ray Martin
Not many teams draw a large fan base at 2 p.m. on a Thursday.
But the Sequoyah-Tahlequah Indian fans were hoopin’ and hollerin’ more than an hour before tipoff at State Fair Arena. .
A Sequoyah fan told me they expect to fill up one side of the big house if the Indians or Lady Indians advance past the first round.
Sequoyah leads Plainview 14-9 late in the first quarter.
Stay tuned to NewsOK for live updates of State Tournament games.
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