Basketball, Girls & Boys
Basketball is one of the larger athletic programs at IRCS which consists of six teams; Middle School, Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity teams for both girls and boys. Student athletes in grades 6-12 participate at any one of the levels according to their skill set. Tryouts are held and cuts are made to determine the final rosters of 10-15 players for each of the teams. Players represent IRCS and Christian sportsmanship on the court, competing against public and private school teams. All home games are played in our state-of-the-art gymnasium located on campus in the Family Life Center. IRCS athletes have been very successful in playoff competition over the past several years and several players have received scholarships to compete at the college level.
Boys Varsity Coach: Grant Touma
Boys Junior Varsity Coach: Daniel Dunn
Boys Middle School Coach: Mike Touma
Girls Varsity Coach: TBA
Girls Middle School Coach: Samantha Jett-Motley
Soccer, Girls & Boys
The soccer program at IRCS is a large athletic program, consisting of four teams, including Middle School Girls and Boys as well as Varsity Girls and Boys. The team rosters range from 15-22 players after tryouts and any necessary cuts. Middle School teams play a short season of about 10 games each, while Varsity teams play a full schedule from November to January. Both Girls and Boys Varsity teams have been successful in winning Conference Championships and advancing in the State Playoff Series. Home games are played on campus at our state-of-the-art athletic complex, affectional known as, The Eagle’s Nest. Several IRCS soccer athletes have received scholarships to play at the college level.
Boys Varsity Coach: Adam Young
Boys Middle School Coach: TBA
Girls Varsity Coach: Elizabeth Willoughby
Girls Middle School Coach: Amy Martin
The IRCS cheerleading program has grown to be one of our most successful programs, bringing the school our very first FHSAA State Championship trophy and repeating with two additional state titles. They have won many competitions and have been FCC National Champions seven times. From sideline cheers to back flips, round offs, moving pyramids and music routines, our girls work almost year-round to attain the highest level of success possible. Their dedication and hard work shows every time they step on the field or the court!
Basketball Cheerleading Coordinator: Kimber Kammerer