Both Sequoyah and Woodstock came into 2020 looking to improve on disapointing 2019 campaigns. The Chiefs went 5-5, missing the playoffs just a year after their elite eight appreance in 2018. The Wolverines were only able to claim 3 wins in 2019, despite having one of the most talented rosters in Cherokee County.
Both teams came in with a vengance for the first game of the 2020 season.
Woodstock was led by David Daniel, the 4-star Georgia commit, who made an impact in all three phases of the game. He had a punt block, 4 carries for 66 yards, 1 reception for 11 yards, a 70 yard kick return, and found the endzone once to give the Wolverines the boost they needed to claim the victory.
Sequoyah relied on a Jaden Mitchell to give the Chiefs the offensive firepower they needed to keep up with Woodstock. Mitchell tallied 100 yards on 15 carries.
The Chiefs proved they have the offense to keep up with other teams, scoring 3 times in the final frame of the game.
Woodstock will travel to River Ridge Friday, and Sequoyah will make the trip to Cherokee to battle the Warriors.