Wednesday, October 30:
(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - Samantha Ebner & a few members of our Varsity Boys Cross Country Team took part in the FHSAA Regional Meet yesterday at Tradewinds Park and completed their season on a good note. Samantha Ebner raced before the boys team and set the bar high with a 5k time of 26:02, good for 40th overall out of 150 runners! Akiva Itzkowitz fought through a hamstring pull and finished with a time of 23:41 while teammate Benji Karp finished shortly after with a time of 25:45. Jaime Biton (26:17) & Yosef Gilinski (27:55) rounded out the boys times. A huge thank you to Coach Bryan Huberty for another very successful and record setting season! Can't wait to see what records are broken next year!
Monday, October 28:
(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (6-3) traveled up north to take on top ranked St. Marks in the IAL Semifinals and put together a good effort but fell short in the end by a score of 38-20. The Warriors got on the board first as they drove the ball down the field with back to back 20 yard passes from QB Dovid Budwick to WR Yudi Waks. Facing a 2nd and goal from the 5 yard line, QB Dovid Budwick found RB Daniel Pollack for a 5 yard touchdown to put the Warriors ahead 6-0. The Lions then drove the length of the field to tie the game at 6 on their first possession. After the Warriors turned the ball over on downs, the Lions jumped ahead 13-6 with a long touchdown run. The Warriors then drove the length of the field with less than a minute left in the half on a 50 yard pass from QB Dovid Budwick to RB Daniel Pollack. A QB sneak touchdown from Dovid Budwick put the halftime score at 13-12. The Lions scored first in the second half as the Warriors missed flags that led to the touchdown. WR Caleb Gdanski caught a 25 yard touchdown later in the game but the speed and size of the Lions was simply too much to overcome. Despite the loss, the Warriors had a very successful season and finished in 3rd place out of 16 teams in the IAL! A big thank you to all of the 8th graders for all of their time and effort and we look forward to watching you in High School next year!
(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Warriors (4-4) traveled up north to Posnack to take on Lake Worth Christian and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 28-13. The Defenders got on the board first as they drove the length of the field on their first possession to take an early 7-0 lead. QB Bryan Saka then led the Warriors down the field and a 20 yard touchdown pass to WR Jacob Stein tied the game at 7 at the halftime break. The Defenders jumped ahead again on a long touchdown pass to open the second half and the score sat at 14-7 until about 5 minutes left in the game. QB Bryan Saka then found WR David Saka for the touchdown to get the Warriors within 1. The Warriors then did their best to stop the Defenders, however the size and speed was too much to overcome. Despite the loss, the Warriors took 3rd place out of 12 teams in the IAL! A huge accomplishment to build on in the future. A huge thank you goes out to Coach Rob Erickson for all of his hard work and dedication throughout the season. The future is very bright in Warrior Football!
Friday, October 25:
(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Boys Flag Football Warriors (3-3) traveled up north to take on the Lions from Sagemont and scored late to take a 26-20 victory! The Warriors got on the board first as QB Bryan Saka led his team down the field on the opening drive. A 5 yard QB sneak touchdown gave the Warriors an early 6-0 lead. The game went back and forth for the remainder of the first half with the Lions jumping ahead 14-12 at the halftime break. The Lions extended their lead to 20-12 to open the second half, however a 15 yard touchdown from QB Bryan Saka to WR Asher Miller got the Warriors within 2 points with 5 minutes left in the game. LB David Saka gave the ball back to the Warriors as he intercepted a Lions pass with less than 3 minutes left to play. QB Bryan Saka then scampered into the endzone with less than a minute left to jump the Warriors back ahead. A successful 2 point conversion from QB Bryan Saka to WR Jacob Stein put the score at 26-20 with less than a minute to play. LB Ari Kaplan then made a game clinching sack on 4th down to secure the win for the Warriors. With the win, the Warriors clinch the #2 seed in the South for the IAL Playoffs and will travel to #1 seed Lake Worth Christian on Monday, October 28th for the Semifinal matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:45 PM and the game will be played on Posnack's field.
Thursday, October 24:
(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country teams took part in the FHSAA District Meet yesterday and both teams put together strong performances! For the girls, Samantha Ebner led the Lady Warriors as she crossed the finish line in 25:13, good for 21st place overall out of over 100 runners and advanced to the FHSAA Regional Meet next week! Sydney Lugo crossed the finish line shortly after with a time of 30:53 and teammates Tehilia Schwab (34:39) & Leah Lieberman (39:06) rounded out the team score for the Lady Warriors. For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz led the Warriors with a time of 19:20, good for 8th overall out of over 100 runners! Isaac Gottlieb crossed the finish line 2nd for the boys with a time of 22:26, good for 46th overall. Benji Karp (22:44), Jaime Biton (27:02) & Ben Grosz (28:57) rounded out the team score for the boys and advanced them to the FHSAA Regional Meet next week for the 1st time ever in school history! The FHSAA Regional Meet time and place will be announced shortly.
Thursday, October 10:
(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (5-2) hosted the Eagles from ACES last night for a very important IAL matchup and came out on top by a score of 12-7. The Eagles marched down the field on their first drive and scored to take an early 7-0 lead. The game went back and forth for the rest of the half before QB Dovid Budwick found WR Yudi Waks for a 10 yard touchdown to bring the score to 7-6 at the halftime break. The Warriors defense was great in the 2nd half as they stopped the Eagles on back to back drives on interceptions by CB Yudi Waks and LB Adam Michael. After a 50 yard double pass from Yudi Waks to WR Jacob Assaraf, the Warriors found themselves on the Eagles 8 yard line with 55 seconds left in the game. WR Yudi Waks then took a handoff 8 yards into the endzone to give the Warriors the lead with 45 seconds to play. Rusher Ariel Cahane then sealed the game for the Warriors as he contributed 3 of his game high 7 sacks during the drive. The Warriors will now look to finish off the regular season and secure a spot in the IAL playoffs when they face Renaissance Cooper City on Thursday, October 24th. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Piccolo Park.
(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country teams took part in our 2nd home meet of the season and the boys finished 1st out of 9 schools while the girls took 2nd! For the girls, Samantha Ebner and & Abigail Gottlieb led the Lady Warriors as they crossed the finish line in 27:10, good for 6th and 7th place overall out of 50 runners! Tehilia Schwab (29:15), Ali Smith (30:09) & Daniela Schindler (36:19) rounded out the team score for the Lady Warriors, which placed them 2nd overall out of 9 teams! For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz led the Warriors with a time of 21:34, good for 2nd overall out of 60 runners! Isaac Gottlieb put together one of his best races of the season and finished in 8th place overall with a time of 22:38. Benji Karp (22:56), Jaime Biton (23:44) & Ben Grosz (25:03) rounded out the top 5 finishers for the boys, which gave them a team score of 58 good for 1st place overall out of 9 teams! Both teams will now take a little over a week off before participating in the FHSAA District Meet on Wednesday, October 23rd. The meet will take place at Greynolds Park with the girls running at 4:30 PM followed by the boys around 5:10 PM.
(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors (5-4) hosted the Lady Eagles from ACES last night in our gymnasium and put together a dominating performance on their way to a 2 set victory by scores of 25-16 & 25-8. Daniella Strohli got the Lady Warriors going in the 1st set as she connected on 8 straight serves to jump the Lady Warriors ahead 16-10. 6 digs by Sarah Posner and 3 aces from Orr Atun gave the Lady Warriors a first set victory in the best of 3 series. Orelle Elharar opened the second set on fire as she connected on 9 straight service points to give her team an early lead. Sophia Lurie and Orr Atun controlled the net for the remainder of the set to give the Lady Warriors the 2 set victory in their last match of the season! A big thank you to coach Stephen Izaguirre for an amazing season and we look forward to a very bright future in Lady Warrior Volleyball.
(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (7-7) hosted the Lady Patriots from Colonial Christian in their final match of the season and put together a great effort but fell short in 4 sets by scores of 10-25, 25-23, 25-17 & 25-9. Yael Bister was a bright spot in the first set for the Lady Warriors as she had back to back aces to keep her team in the set. The powerful serving and net play from the Lady Patriots put them ahead 1-0 in the best of 5 series. The second set went back and forth until Alina Sterenfeld rallied off 11 straight service points to jump the Lady Warriors ahead 21-14. Back to back blocks from Yael Bister tied the overall score at 1-1. The final 2 sets went to the Lady Patriots as their powerful hitting and serving was too much to overcome. Yael Bister and Michaela Acevedo led the Lady Warriors with a combined 15 kills and 29 digs while teammate Alina Sterenfeld added 18 service points. A big thank you to coach Stephen Izaguirre and seniors Yael Bister and Kayla Abramowitz on an amazing season! The Volleyball program is getting better and better!
Thurday, October 3:
(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (4-2) traveled up north to take on the Lions from Hillel and dropped a heartbreaker by a score of 20-19. The Warriors got on the board first as they drove down the field with completions to WR's Adam Michael & Daniel Pollack. QB Dovid Budwick then scampered into the endzone to jump the Warriors ahead 7-0. The Lions responded shortly after, but missed the extra point to put the score at 7-6 in favor of the Warriors. Less than a minute before halftime, the Lions scored once again along with the 2 point conversion to take a 14-6 lead into the halftime break. The Warriors opened the second half on fire as S Jonathan Hazan intercepted the Lions first pass to put the ball on the opposing 15 yard line. A 15 yard touchdown pass from QB Dovid Budwick to C David Abramowitz put the score at 14-13. An interception from Daniel Pollack on the Lions next possession put the ball once again on the Lions 15 yard line. A 15 yard scamper by QB Dovid Budwick jumped the Warriors ahead 19-14 with less than 10 minutes to play. The Lions then drove the field and scored on a 4th down play from the 15 yard line to retake the lead 20-19. A last ditch effort by the Warriors fell short at midfield as a tipped ball gave the ball to the Lions to run out the clock. The Warriors will now travel to Renaissance Cooper City on Monday, October 7th for another IAL matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:15 PM and the game will be played at Piccolo Park.
(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Warriors (1-3) hosted the 1st place Rams from Posnack and battled the entire game but fell short in the end by a score of 20-13. The first quarter went scoreless as both teams played great defense to keep the ball from moving much. QB Bryan Saka drove the field to open the 2nd quarter and capped the drive off with a 10 yard scamper into the endzone to jump the Warriors ahead. A successful extra point by Michael Mimoun put the score at 7-0. The Rams then drove the field and scored right before the half to tie the score at 7-7. The Rams scored first to open the second half, however QB Bryan Saka then found WR Jacob Stein for a 30 yard touchdown to get the Warriors back within 1 at 14-13. The Rams jumped back ahead 20-13 with less than 7 minutes to play, however the Warriors final drive stalled just after midfield. The Warriors will now need to win their final 2 games to make the playoffs and will start with Sheridan Hills Christian on Monday, October 7th. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Sheridan Hills Christian.
(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (6-6) hosted a very good Lady Rams squad from Posnack and improved from their first meeting but fell short in 3 sets with scores of 22-25, 20-25 & 18-25. The Lady Warriors kept the 1st set close for the first half as Noah Baranes & Alina Sterenfeld combined for 5 service points to tie the score at 8-8. Sara Reinberg & Shoshy Stein then connected on 7 service points but the size of the Lady Rams allowed them to take set one. Michaela Acevedo opened the second set with 4 straight aces followed by 3 kills form Yael Bister. The Lady Rams then answered with 5 serves of their own to jump back ahead. Kayla Abramowitz added 3 kills shortly after however powerful serving by the Lady Rams jumped them ahead 2-0 in the best of 5 series. The Lady Rams opened the third set with 9 straight serves, however Kayla Herssein connected on 6 straight to keep the Lady Warriors in the match. The Lady Warriors played a good rest of the set, however the skill of the Lady Rams was too much to overcome. The Lady Warriors will now take a week off before hosting their final match of the season on Thursday, October 10th against Colonial Christian. First serve is set for 5:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium.
Upcoming Warrior Games:
Ends: 11/19/2019 @ 4:00 pm
Ends: 11/25/2019 @ 5:00 pm
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Ends: 12/02/2019 @ 8:30 pm
Ends: 12/03/2019 @ 5:00 pm
Upcoming Warrior Practices:
Ends: 11/12/2019 @ 6:00 pm
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