The Iroquois varsity basketball team played its first game in Erie County Interscholastic Conference III, hosting Lakeshore on Dec. 9. The Chiefs are playing with almost an entire roster of junior players and it may take some time to translate that same group’s success from the junior varsity level last year to the varsity level. While there will be bumps in the road in that transition, Iroquois has almost two full seasons to get acclimated.
The Greg D. Martin Tip-off Tournament began the Iroquois varsity basketball season with the Chiefs being the tournament’s runner-up after dropping the title game to Sweet Home, 68-46, on Dec. 2. Both of Iroquois’ opponents in the tournament compete at a higher level which put the Chiefs as an underdog in each game, but Iroquois showed it could still compete with top competition after an impressive come-from-behind rally over Kenmore East in the semifinal round with a 50-40 win on Nov. 30.
Posted: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 10:44 am Fourteen Chiefs Receive Post-Season Football Accolades by Mark Jagord, Freelance Reporter Neighbor-to-Neighbor News, Inc. | 0 comments Perhaps the Iroquois High School football team can take some solace in the fact that the team that beat them in the playoffs ended up being unbeatable. The Chiefs dropped their Class A semifinal game to the eventual section and undefeated state champion West Seneca West Indians.
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