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IT'S GAME WEEK

Your Sequatchie County Indians host the South Pittsburg Pirates Friday night (Indians Stadium, Kickoff 7:00PM) in a non-region game.  It is the season opener for both teams.

 

The Pirates (Region 3-1A) went (13-1) in 2017 losing to the eventual State Champion Greenback in the Semifinals.   Last season the Indians gave the Pirates all they could handle losing by the score of (28-21). If the Indians had a few more minutes on the clock they probably would have been able to send the game to overtime.


Friday night will mark the first game in Indians Stadium for new Head Coach Mark Wattenbarger and his coaching staff.    Coach Watt who came to Dunlap from Crossville and Stone Memorial HS. He had been the Panthers HC since the school opened in 2009.

 

SMHS is a 4A school (that includes two seasons at the 5A level in 2013 & 2014) and led the Panthers to a 50-49 overall record.  Recently however Stone Memorial has reached the Playoffs every season since 2013 and a (37-19) record in the last 5 seasons. That includes two back to back undefeated (10-0) seasons in 2015 (11-1) & 2016 (10-1).  


Were looking for a big crowd to make their way to Indians Stadium Friday for this Valley Battle!  

 

2018 SEQUATCHIE VALLEY JAMBOREE

 Friday Night at Marion Co. High School in Jasper

 

Grundy Co.

South Pittsburg


Whitwell

Sequatchie Co.


Bledsoe Co.

Lookout Valley


Marion Co.

Silverdale Acad.


Bledsoe Co.

South Pittsburg

 

Grundy Co. 

Sequatchie Co.


Whitwell

Silverdale Acad.


Marion Co.

Lookout Valley

 

 

THANK YOU

 Aug. 4th

 

 The Sequatchie County QB Club Officers & Members would like to say a big thank you to everyone that helped make last night's annual BBQ & Scrimmage a sucesses.  

Scotty & Mollie Holland, Hannah Holland, Travis & Lora Farley, Kendall Austin and Roger Linville for preparing and smoking the meat.  The staff of Mountain Valley Bank Andy Billingsley, Jeff Johnson, Marvin Price, Paul & Ethel Powell, Dylan Roberson and Cody Harmon for sponsoring and serving the meal.

Special thanks also to Jeremy Boston, The Dunlap Restraunt and Anthony & Theresa's Homecookin'

Coach Wattenbarger and his staff for being supportive and to anyone else we may have missed.

THANK YOU!

GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER

 

INDIANS HIRE MARK WATTENBARGER

April 3, 2018

 

Sequatchie County has hired Stone Memorial Head Coach Mark Wattenbarger to take over the same position for the Indians Program.   Coach Wattenbarger comes to SCHS following nine seasons as the Panthers Head Coach. 

Coach Wattenbarger took over the young Stone Memorial Football program following the 2008 Season it was only the 2nd season for the Panthers Program.

Coach Wattenbarger had a (50-49) record in nine seasons at Stone Memorial. In 2015 he directed SMHS to an (11-1) season and the first undefeated regular season in school history before losing to East Hamilton in the 2nd Round of the 4A State Playoffs.

The Panthers followed that up in 2016 with their 2nd undefeated regular season before losing to Spring Hill in the 1st Round of the 4A State Playoffs going (10-1).

Coach Wattenbarger was the Head Coach at his Alma mater Cumberland Co. from 1997-2005. Where he was named region coach of the year, Coca-Cola regional coach of the year and was selected to coach in the East-West Shrine game in Murfreesboro.

 

 

 

 

ADAM CAINE RESIGNS

 March 1, 2018

Indians Head Coach Adam Caine resigned on Wednesday February 21st to take the the Head Coaching job in Baxter, TN at Upperman High School

Coach Caine had been the Sequatchie County Head Coach for the last three seasons (His first stint as a HC) and compiled a (26-10) record including a (13-1) season in 2016 and a trip to the TSSAA Semifinals where the Indians lost to eventual Class 3A State Champions Alcoa 24-0.   The best season of Sequatchie Football since the 1973 team that went (12-1) and was the Class A State Runner-up. 

During Coach Caine's time with the Indians they went (11-1) against Valley Rivals including 3-0 records over Bledsoe Co. & Grundy Co.  2-0 over Whitwell, 2-1 against South Pittsburg and a win this past season over Marion Co. in the first match-up with the Warriors since 2014. 

SCHS Principle Tommy Layne said in a interview in The Dunlap Tribune that a Search Committee had been formed and they will begin making decisions after a couple of weeks of taking Applications.    

 

By the way the Indians travel to Baxter to take on Upperman on Friday October 26 in a game that could decide the Region Championship!

 

Attention Former FB Players, Cheerleaders, Majorettes & Band Members 

                                **ATTENTION**

All Former Football Players, Cheerleaders, Majorettes & Band Members

If you would like your name placed in the 2018 Souvenir Game Program!

Then please send your Name, Graduation Year and $10.00 to the address below.

 

**Please make a note on which you were a member of Football Player, Cheerleader, Band etc..**

 

Please make Checks/Money Order Payable To:                               Sequatchie Co. QB Club

 

Sequatchie County Quarterback Club
P.O. Box 143
Dunlap, TN 37327

 

 

 

RESERVED SEASON SEATS!!!

 RUNNING LATE TO THE GAME & STILL WANT A GOOD SEAT??

                     WANT RESERVED SEATS FOR THE 2018 SEASON?!!

The Quarterback Club is will soon be selling Reserved Season Seat Tickets for the 2018 Season these are the Purple & Gold chair-back seats at the top of the stadium.  

The price is $60.00 per seat and if you are interested please leave a message on the Facebook Page  or email us

 

Remember if you get seats this year you will be able to get the same seats next season or move to a new location as seats become available.