The Cherokee Scout

Cherokee Football: Revenge Tour 2019

Cherokee gets ready to take the field against North Brunswick in the playoffs.

Celeste Yeany and Joshua Guirguis, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

The 2019 Cherokee football season this year was truly a “revenge tour,” a term coined by the student section Instagram @chs.studentsection2020. Last season, Cherokee Football struggled. They had only two wins in the regular season. Following last year’s lackluster season, spirits for the upcomin...

Cherokee Chiefs Field Hockey: The Hardest Working Team?

The Cherokee Girls Field Hockey Team

Gianna Ercolani, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

As the field hockey season comes to a close, it is time to reflect on the season and the characters of its players. Since pre-season in August, the Lady Chiefs have shown continuous hard work and determination. Although there were a myriad of obstacles along the way for the program, the players manage...

Preview: Cherokee Takes on Rancocas Valley

Cherokee Battles Rancocas Valley

William Chacon, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

On September 28, 2019, the Cherokee Chiefs will be traveling to Rancocas Valley High School to battle it out on the football field. Last year, Rancocas Valley beat Cherokee; however, the Chiefs have a much better record this year, 2-1, compared to Rancocas Valley's 0-3 record. The game starts at two...

Cherokee Football Embarks on its Revenge Tour

Senior, Justin Ward, watching the Chiefs battle the Renegades.

Kayla Johnson, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

The Cherokee Chiefs are hoping to continue their winning streak as they come off an impressive victory against Washington Township High School. On Friday, September 13, 2019, the Chiefs took on Shawnee, their biggest rival. The game ended in a 17-6 loss. After the disappointing 2018-2019 football season, the ...

Do the Academic Awards Really Award Academia?

Members of the Class of 2019 at the 2019 Academic Awards

Dayna Schubert, Editor in Chief

August 8, 2019

Each June, Cherokee High School holds the annual Academic Awards that are believed to honor Cherokee's most distinguished scholars and athletes. In order to snag an invite, you must have straight A's, which is essentially a 4.0 grade point average or you can have a grade point average of about a 3.5...

Girls Golf Team Thriving

Coach Mrs. Megan Boland (left) and senior golfer Morgan Hambrecht (right) have been instrumental in the creation and success of the team

Josh Wright, Staff Writer

June 29, 2019

A new team has emerged from Cherokee’s vibrant athletic program: Girls Golf. The team was founded by Morgan Hambrecht, a senior and varsity player, and is coached by Ms. Megan Boland, a Health and P.E. teacher at Cherokee. From the beginning, the team has offered an increasing number of girls the ...

Beware of Cherokee’s Sinking Football Field

Cherokee's Football Team Playing Against Lenape's Football Team on the Cherokee Turf

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

March 20, 2019

On March 14, 2019, students, staff, and parents were all made aware of the conditions of Cherokee's main field, the Bowl's turf, and its unsafe conditions. According to a letter released by one Cherokee's Assistant Principals, the Director of Athletics and Activities, Scott Agnew, the field was placed...

Sports Above All Else?

Sports Above All Else?

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

December 17, 2018

Sports are a right of passage at Cherokee. Friday night lights are the pinnacle of the week, and all of Marlton gathers together to cheer on our football team. Sports are a focal point of our community, with people traveling far and wide to urge on the Cherokee Chiefs. However, this “fan club” do...

Preview : Cherokee Chiefs Vs Rancocas Valley

William Chacon, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018

Tonight, around 7pm, our very own Cherokee Chiefs will take on the Rancocas Red Devils for the first time this season. The Chiefs are (0-2) and the Red Devils are (1-1). After a bad 0-2 start, the Chiefs will be looking to grab their first win of the season while the Red Devils look to go (2-1) heading...

Cherokee Falls To Lenape In Homecoming Game

Lenape celebrates after a fourth quarter touchdown

Sam Schepps, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 28, 2017

In its annual homecoming football game, Cherokee's varsity team suffered a defeat against that of Lenape's by a score of 21 to 14 last Friday evening in the stadium. Lenape's victory was largely due to its dominance of the ground game, led by senior quarterback Matt Lajoie, and senior running back JoJo...

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