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October 11, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Iroquois field hockey rallies to beat Pioneer

Iroquois’ field hockey team stood at the precipice of uncertainty after the first half of Friday’s contest with Pioneer, a squad that the Lady Chiefs have had some memorable clashes with in the past. More...

Lady Chiefs’ soccer wins include pair of shutouts

Iroquois’ girls soccer team continued to roll to start the month of October, as the Lady Chiefs outscored the opposition a combined 12-1 in posting victories over Amherst, Maryvale and Depew/Cleveland Hill to improve to 12-2 overall on the seas More...

EA/Holland golf captures fourth Small Schools South division title

The East Aurora/Holland golf team defeated Pioneer on Oct. More...

KEEP GOING

Iroquois’ Ben Kostowniak traverses the high school cross-country course during the Chiefs’ 29-26 loss to West Seneca East on Oct. 2. More...

EA boys soccer team records comeback win, stays perfect

East Aurora’s boys soccer team remained perfect on the season by posting another pair of wins last week and, like in previous weeks, another of those wins was of the come-from-behind variety.  More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

Thursday, October 11 Girls soccer: Iroquois at East Aurora, 7 p.m. Girls volleyball: East Aurora vs. Pioneer, 6 p.m.; Iroquois at Maryvale, 6:30 p.m. Friday, October 12 More...

EA girls soccer wins three league games

East Aurora’s girls soccer team bounced back from a rare setback to defeat Pioneer on Oct. 3, 2-1, in one of its toughest ECIC III contests to date. More...

Blue Devil harriers fare well in invite held at site of state championships

East Aurora’s cross-country teams got a sneak peek at the course where this year’s state championships will be held by participating in Friday’s St. Anthony’s Invitational at Sunken Meadow State Park on Long Island. More...

Iroquois boys soccer rebounds from tough loss to Maryvale

Depew/Cleveland Hill proved to be just what the doctor ordered for Iroquois’ boys soccer team Thursday, as the Chiefs shook off the memory of a tough loss to Maryvale earlier in the week to record the 3-0 victory.  More...

Flyer gridders lay down the Law against EA/Holland

Rashad Law had another standout performance for Maryvale’s football team Friday night, rushing for four of the Flyers’ first five touchdowns en route to propelling his team to a 49-7 conquest of East Aurora/Holland.  More...

Big plays by Albion sinks Iroquois’ football team

The way Iroquois football coach Rob Pitzonka sees it, his Chiefs won the play in three quarters of the 140 total plays that were run during Friday’s non-league clash with Albion.  More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

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