2018-01-30

Iroquois Girls Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Taylor Quinn leaps up to put up another two points in Monday’s match against Lake Shore. Quinn had 24 points, six in overtime, to propel her team to a close win. They remain undefeated. <span> </span>

Iroquois Wrestling



<p dir=”ltr”>Donovan Bukaczski (top) may have lost a chance at third to Garrett Snow (bottom), but that didn’t stop Iroquois’ 106-pounder from dominating the match at times. <span> </span>

Iroquois Wrestling



<p dir=”ltr”>Tyler Barry gets ready to throw down Sammy Esaleh of Sweet Home and eventually take a fourth-place finish at the Ken-Ton Tourney. <span> </span>

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Iroquois Girls Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Sarah Wittek has an open shot in Monday’s matchup. She had nine points. <span> </span>

Iroquois Boys Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Josh Kowalski stepped up in the absence of Iroquois’ missing leading scorer and his performance caught the eye of his coach, who praised the senior captain. Here he beats an East Aurora defender to the rim for two points late in the game. <span> </span>

Iroquois Boys Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Sean Holleig scores on one of his four layups in the second quarter in a four-minute span that  helped expand a four-point lead into 15 at the halftime. Holleig led the team in scoring.</p>

Iroquois Boys Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Andrew Hetzendorfer had one of his best games of the season against East Aurora. Here he overpowers two Blue Devil defenders on his way to the hoop. <span> </span>

Iroquois Wrestling



<p dir=”ltr”>Jacob Vergien (bottom) gets his first of three pins on the day by putting Sweet Home’s Andrew Hall down. Vergien finished first in the 132-pound bracket. <span> </span>

Iroquois Girls Basketball



<p dir=”ltr”>Meghan Porzio looks to get past the Lake Shore defense in Monday night’s game at Iroquois. She had six points to help giver her team an overtime win, 77-73. <span> </span>