Weekly Feature



September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Busy Lady Chiefs thrive on soccer pitch

Playing four games in five days might be a little too daunting for some teams, but not Iroquois’ girls soccer squad. More...

Shutout in rematch with Central among EA boys soccer’s victories

East Aurora’s boys soccer team swept all three of its opponents to improve to 6-0-0 on the year and move to 12th in the most recent state Class B poll.  More...

Iroquois cross-country teams aiming for success

The dynamics have changed over the years, but Iroquois cross-country coach Tom Wood noted that the end game for his runners remains the same: doing well.  More...

Iroquois boys soccer nets pair of wins

Iroquois’ boys soccer team added a pair of wins to its 2018 collection last week, taking down both Depew/Cleveland Hill and Lake Shore to move to 3-2-1 on the year.  More...

Chief gridders blanked by Warriors

It’s down to Cheektowaga. The Warriors remain the only high school football team not yet scored upon this season following Friday’s third shutout in as many games to start the 2018 campaign, a 39-0 road win over Iroquois. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

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Win over crosstown rivals highlights EA girls volleyball’s romp through league matches

East Aurora’s girls volleyball team was a perfect 3-for-3 in league matches last week, taking down Lake Shore, Iroquois and Cheektowaga to improve to 4-1 overall on the season. More...

Iroquois golfers win three of first four matches

Crosstown rival East Aurora/ Holland played the spoiler to Iroquois’ otherwise perfect start to the golf season, as the Chiefs – whose two losses last season were also to the Blue Devils – came up short on their home course when fac More...

EA names latest Hall of Fame class

The East Aurora Athletic Hall of Fame is poised to grow by four when the Class of 2018 is officially inducted during a ceremony slated for Thursday, Oct. 11.  More...

Offense finds footing during EA/Holland football’s loss

Friday night, finally, East Aurora/Holland football coach John Swiniuch was happy to see things fall into place offensively for his team. More...

Bills predictions

Here’s how Buffalo will look awful this week

Week two went better than week one on the scoreboard, but it’s hard to feel great about the game.  The Bills fell behind 28-3 to the Los Angeles Chargers in the first half, before playing a bit better in the final 30 minutes. More...

BUMP IN THE ROAD

BUMP IN THE ROAD — Iroquois’ Katie Jacobs bumps the ball over the net on a third hit during the Lady Chiefs’ 23-25, 23-25, 29-31 loss to crosstown rival East Aurora on Sept. 11. Photo by Jake French More...