Devezin, Knox lead Eagles past county-foe Chiefs w...
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
02:25 AM, Saturday, August 30
Sequoyah entered Friday night’s game at Etowah with a plan to run the ball and eat time off the clock. Meanwhile, Etowah’s plan relied heavily on the arm of quarterback Robbie Knox and legs of running back Raishod Devezin.

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