High School Cafeteria, 6:00 PM

  • October 20, 2021

  • December 15, 2021

  • February 16, 2022

  • May 18, 2022


Tammy Benovic, President
Jen King, Vice President
Open Seat, Secretary
Open Seat, Treasurer

Questions? Please contact Tammy Benovic

Want to get involved? Sign-up to help in the fall concessions HERE.


The Iroquois Sports Boosters is a parent organization that is designed to promote and support all school sanctioned athletic programs for grades 7 – 12.  

The Boosters general fund provides a concession stand for home events, trophies and awards for end of season, banquet fees for athletes and coaches, senior athlete sweatshirts, scholarships for graduating senior athletes, and other miscellaneous things. 

All of these are made possible with proceeds from the concession stands.  It is very important to have athletes’ parents attend booster meetings and volunteer in the concession stands for home events.  Without that, the boosters organization cannot provide the support that the athletes deserve.  Please contact Tammy Benovic at 899-7643 ext 1253 if you are interested in becoming a booster.

Fall Sports 50/50 Raffle

Tickets will be sold at the gate and concessions of ALL home games. Tickets are $1, sales benefit the Iroquois Sports Boosters. You do not need to be present to win. The winner will be drawn at the October 18th Volleyball game.

Spectator Expectations for All Indoor Events

Spectators are welcome at all indoor and outdoor events with the following guidelines:

  • All will self-screen and stay home if not feeling well.

  • Properly fitting face masks are required at all indoor events.

  • Fans are encouraged to maintain physical distancing, especially if unvaccinated and with others outside of their household.

  • At indoor events; visiting spectators will be asked to sit separately from home spectators.

  • **Senior High students will sit in the lower-level student section, Junior High students will sit in the upper-level student section.


Parents and Athletes should self-check before attending school and athletics.

For questions, email HealthSafety@iroquois.iu5.org.


Students who participate in athletic programs tend to have higher grade-point averages, better attendance records, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than students generally.

Through participation in sports, students learn teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing, the rewards of hard work, self-discipline, self-confidence building; and develop skills to handle competitive situations. Involvement in high school sports is often a predictor of later success: in college, a career and becoming a contributing member of society.