Senior C.J. Perillo rushed for 219 yards and five touchdowns on 31 carriers as Iroquois earned a 36-7 win over Alden in a nonleague Thursday night football matchup.
Perillo now has 1,263 yards on the season to lead Western New York rushers.
Ethan Hurbold ran for 131 yards and was credited with six sacks and three forced fumbles on defense.
Luckas Webber had six tackles.
Meanwhile, South Park clinched at least a share of the Class A South title with a 50-6 win over Lake Shore.
Quarterback Dabeyon Humphrey threw for 177 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball seven times for 81 yards and rushed for 1-yard TD. Clarence Thomas had 11 carries for 136 yards including TD runs of 10 and 8 yards.
Defensively, Jeremiah Sanders had seven tackles and Greg Braswell had six.
Orchard Park upends Clarence
After dropping the first game, Orchard Park came back to win three straight and upend top-ranked Clarence in an ECIC Division I girls volleyball match. The Quakers won, 19-25, 25-23-, 25-20, 25-20.
"Clarence has dominated our division the last few years. They're a hard team to beat," OP coach Greg Lardo said. "They came out and beat us good in Game 1. By the middle of Game 2, we finally relaxed a bit, took a deep breath and started making smarter plays and stayed aggressive."
Ashley Dogal had 10 kills and five blocks for the Quakers (13-3, 9-2) while Amanda Renaldo had 39 digs and one ace.
"It's nice to see my team start to really believe in each other and really have expectations they're going to win," Lardo said. "You see it on their faces, in their play. They're playing with confidence."
Grand Island wins boys, girls NFL titles
Grand Island won its third straight Niagara Frontier League boys soccer championship with a 6-0 win over North Tonawanda. David Bilek had two goals and two assists while Luke Ailinger had a goal and two assists.
It took two goals in overtime for the Grand Island girls to capture the league title over Niagara-Wheatfield. Kayla Robinson and Brooke Amato each scored in overtime for the 2-0 Vikings' win.
Pioneer holds off Amherst
A relentless attack paid off for Pioneer as the Panthers earned a 3-2 win over Amherst in ECIC field hockey.
Pioneer took a 3-0 lead in the first half, including a goal from Riley McMahon who leads the team with 11 tallies on the season.
Amherst came back, scoring five minutes into the second half. The Tigers then scored on a penalty stroke with 26 seconds left in the game, but Pioneer held on for the win.
“That makes our record 8-6 and for a bunch of sophomores that’s not bad. I’m pretty happy with them,” Jana Landahl said. “Our attack was relentless. We had a pretty rough game against Will East. We outshot them, 17-9, and got beat, 7-0. Our attack was pretty tough today. We came right at them.”
Helping the attack was the midfield play of Julia Brzezicki and Bella Addesa.
Draw for St. Joe’s, Canisius
Offense is at a premium when St. Joe’s and Canisius meet on the soccer pitch. So, too, are winners.
The teams played to their second tie of the regular season as the teams knotted, 1-1, at the Stransky Complex in West Seneca. Eamon O’Brien scored for Canisius (9-4-2) while Enzo Lascala scored for Nol 6 Large School St. Joe’s (11-3-1).
The Monsignor Martin Association rivals played to a 0-0 tie when they met on Sept. 18.