CHS Varsity Basketball boys dominate against Alpharetta for their last game of the season

The CHS Varsity Basketball boys secured the win in their tenth and final conference game of the season on Friday, Feb. 4, against the Alpharetta Raiders at home with a final score of 81-40.

Headed into the game, Cherokee was picked to win. Cherokee and Alpharetta had previously played each other, and Cherokee came out on top with a final score of 80-56.

Right out of the gate, Cherokee was on fire, taking the lead early in the first quarter. It wasn’t until later in the first quarter that Alpharetta scored their first points.

Throughout the entire game, Cherokee continued to dominate against the Raiders. The game ended exactly as predicted, with Cherokee doubling Alpharetta in points for their last game of the season.

[Photo Credit: Claire Green Photography]

Both Cherokee and Alpharetta are members of AAAAAAA Region 5. The home conference win moved the boys’ region record to 5-5.

Senior Ceremony:

Prior to the boys’ game, the seniors of both the girls’ and boys’ basketball team along with the senior cheerleaders were awarded with sashes and certificates.

[Photo Credit: Claire Green Photography]

Good luck to our seniors as they continue on throughout their college careers!


The stands were packed out with Camo for Senior Night.

CHS Varsity Basketball Cheer Squad:

Player of the Game:

Caleb Richardson, Senior

Senior, Caleb Richardson, lines up for free throw during Friday’s game.

Big night for Caleb Richardson on Senior Night against Alpharetta, leading the way with 14 points, seven rebounds, and seven blocks, earning him Longhorn’s Player of the Game honors.

Coach Viehman, Head Coach

The team battled hard in their region game. We are proud of CHS Varsity Basketball Warriors for their diligent work, not only in Friday’s game, but throughout the whole season.

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