September 2019

Friday, September 20:
09/20/19

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors (3-3) hosted the Lady Lions from Hillel last night in our gymnasium and put together a great rally but fell short in 3 sets with scores of 25-27, 25-17 & 17-15. The Lady Warriors got going quickly as Noah Sasi put together 6 straight service points to jump her team ahead 6-2. The Lady Lions then scored the next 5 points, however Orelle Elharar put together 5 serves of her own to jump the Lady Warriors back ahead 12-8. The rest of the set went back and forth before the Lady Lions sealed it with their consistent net play. The Lady Warriors dominated the second set from the start as Abigail Horowitz and Daniella Strohli combined for 13 early service points to jump the Lady Warriors out to a big lead. Great passing by Sarah Posner and net play from Sophia Lurie tied the overall score at 1-1. The final set went back and forth as both teams were very consistent. Orr Atun rallied off 6 straight serves to give the Lady Warriors a 14-10 lead, however 6 straight points from the Lady Lions gave them the victory. The Lady Warriors will now take a few weeks off before returning to action on Monday, October 7th when they host Renaissance Cooper City. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (4-3) hosted the Lady Lions from Hillel and put forth a good effort but fell short in 3 sets with scores of 17-25, 25-6 & 28-26. Noah Baranes got the Lady Warriors off to a great start with 7 straight service points. Eliana Pollack then added 4 kills of her own, however the powerful serving from the Lady Lions gave them the first set victory. The powerful serving from the Lady Lions continued in the second set as they cruised to a 2-0 lead. The Lady Warriors played their best volleyball in the third set as Ariella Sragawicz put together 6 straight serves and teammate Yael Bister added 3 kills to give the Lady Warriors a 9-5 lead. The remainder of the set went back and forth until the Lady Lions secured the victory once again with their serving. Eliana Pollack led the Lady Warriors with a game high 31 digs while teammates Yael Bister and Shoshy Stein combined for 11 kills and 7 service points. Shirel Baranes led the offense with a team high 23 assists. The Lady Warriors will take the weekend off before hosting Greater Miami Academy on Monday, September 23rd. First serve is set for 4:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, September 19:

09/19/2019

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (3-1) traveled up north to take on the Parkway Christian Panthers and took control of the game late en route to a 13-7 victory. QB Dovid Budwick got the Warriors going early as he led the opening drive down the field. A 10 yard pass from QB Dovid Budwick to WR Jacob Assaraf put the Warriors ahead early. A successful extra point to RB Daniel Pollack put the score at 7-0. The remainder of the half went back and forth and the score sat at 7-0 at the halftime break. The Panthers opened the second half with a full field drive that tied the score at 7-7. Facing 4th and 21 on the following drive, QB David Abramowitz hit WR Jacob Assaraf for 30 yards to put the ball on the opposing 15 yard line. A one handed touchdown catch from Adam Michael jumped the Warriors back ahead. The Panthers had one last chance with less than a minute to play, but LB Adam Michael intercepted the pass to seal the victory. QB David Abramowitz led the Warriors with 80 passing yards and a touchdown while teammate RB Daniel Pollack added 60 yards rushing & 3 sacks on defense. WR Jacob Assaraf totaled 100 receiving yards in the game. The Warriors will now take the weekend off before traveling to Hollywood to take on Championship Academy on Monday, September 23rd. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on Championship's field. 

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors (3-2) traveled up north to take on the Lady Panthers from Parkway Christian last night and battled tough but fell short in the end in 2 sets with scores of 23-25 & 14-25. The Lady Warriors got going early as Sophia Lurie opened the match with 4 service points. The Lady Panthers then scored the next 5 points, however 3 aces from Olivia Cook and 2 kills from Orr Atun put the Lady Warriors back ahead. The remainder of the set went back and forth until the height of the Lady Panthers frontline led them to the first set victory. The Lady Warriors got off a good start as well in the second set with great defense and net play, however the size of the Lady Panthers proved too much in the end. Olivia Cook led the Lady Warriors with 9 service points and 5 digs while teammates Sophia Lurie and Orr Atun combined for 8 kills and 4 aces. Sarah Posner led the defense with a game high 23 digs. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, September 19th when they take on the Lady Lions from Hillel. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, September 18:

09/18/2019

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (2-1) traveled up north to take on the BMA Bulldogs and fought hard but fell short in the end. The Warriors opened the game with back to back first downs from QB Dovid Budwick to WR Jacob Assaraf but an unfortunate bounce gave the ball back to the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were then able to jump out to an early lead behind their size and speed. WR Jonathan Hazan then intercepted a pass on their next possession to give the ball back to the Warriors. RB Daniel Pollack helped get the Warriors down the field right before halftime, but the Warriors were stopped on 4th down to keep them off the board. The Warriors had a few good drives in the second half but once again bad bounces kept them scoreless and gave the Bulldogs the victory. RB Daniel Pollack led the Warriors with 80 total yards and 4 flag pulls while teammate WR Jacob Assaraf added 90 receiving yards. The Warriors are back in action today, September 18th when they head to Parkway Christian for another conference matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on Parkway's field. 

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (5-2) traveled west to take on the Lady Eagles from Northwest Christian last night and came away with a straight set victory by scores of 25-15, 25-7 & 25-7. The Lady Warriors got off to a great start behind 5 early service points from Michaela Acevedo and 3 kills from Mia Gottesman. The Lady Eagles got 4 points in a row shortly after, but 4 assists from Ariella Sragawicz and back to back kills from Yael Bister gave the Lady Warriors the 1st set victory. The Lady Warriors then used their size at the net and great defense to control the final 2 sets on their way to their 3rd victory in a row. Michaela Acevedo led the Lady Warriors with 8 service points and 7 kills while teammates Mia Gottesman and Yael Bister combined for 5 aces and 9 kills. Ariella Sragawicz added a game high 13 assists while teammate Kayla Abramowitz controlled the defense with 22 digs. The Lady Warriors will now take a day off before returning to action tomorrow, September 19th. First serve is set for 5:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, September 17:

09/17/2019

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (2-0) hosted the Eagles from Renaissance Pines and scored on the last play of the game to get the 14-13 victory! The Warriors got on the board first as QB Dovid Budwick found WR Jacob Assaraf for 30 yards to put the ball on the opposing 2 yard line. A QB sneak from Dovid Budwick put the Warriors ahead 6-0. The Eagles then tied the score up at 6-6 right before the halftime break. The Eagles got on the board first in the second half as they scored quickly on their first drive to go up 13-6. The remainder of the game went back and forth with no scores until the Warriors got the ball back with 30 seconds left. On the last play of the game, QB David Abramowitz hit WR Adam Michael on a 50 yard pass as time expired to put the Warriors down one. The Warriors then decided to go for the win and QB Dovid Budwick hit WR Jonathan Hazan for the 2 point conversion, which gave the Warriors the victory! QB Dovid Budwick led the Warriors with 120 passing yards and 1 touchdown while WR's Adam Michael & Jacob Assaraf combined for 100 receiving yards and a touchdown. S Jonathan Hazan led the Warrior defense with 2 interceptions and teammate CB Daniel Pollack led the Warriors with 7 flag pulls. The Warriors are back in action today, September 17th when they travel to BMA to take on the 1st place Bulldogs. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on the BMA field. 

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors (3-1) hosted the Lady Eagles from Renaissance Pines last night in our gymnasium and came away with a 2 set victory by scores of 25-11 & 25-18. The Lady Warriors got off to a good start with 3 straight service points from Olivia Cook. The Lady Eagles scored the next 2 points, however Orr Atun extended the Lady Warriors lead with 5 straight service points. The Lady Eagles then used their size for 3 points at the net, but 4 straight service points from Sophia Lurie & 7 from Olivia Cook gave the Lady Warriors the first set victory. The second set started very similar as Olivia Cook got the first 3 points. This time the Lady Eagles got the next 4 and jumped out to an early lead. Sophia Lurie got her team back into the lead with back to back aces and teammate Abigail Horowitz sealed the victory with 11 straight service points. The Lady Warriors will now take a day off before traveling to Parkway Christian tomorrow, September 18th. First serve is set for 4:15 PM and the game will be played on Parkway's court. 

Thursday, September 12:

09/12/2019

(V) Girls & Boys Cross Country - The Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams hosted our 2nd Annual Hebrew Academy Invitational yesterday in Bal Harbour and both teams put on a  show. For the Girls, Abigail Gottlieb led the Lady Warriors with a 2nd overall finish out of over 50 runners with a time of 24:36. Samantha Ebner crossed the finish line shortly after with a time of 27:21 while teammate Sydney Lugo rounded out the top 3 for the Lady Warriors with a time of 28:23. Daniela Schindler (29:56) & Tehila Schwab (30:01) completed the team score for the Lady Warriors and secured 1st place overall out of 7 teams! For the Boys, Akiva Itzkowitz continued to impress as he posted a 19:28, which gave him 1st place overall! Isaac Gottlieb crossed the line in 6th place overall (22:34) while teammate Benji Karp (22:56) was shortly after. Zalman Shagalov (24:19) & Jaime Biton (24:28) rounded out the team score for the Warriors, which placed them 2nd overall out of 7 teams. Both teams continue to get better and better with each race and will next take part in the Hillel Invitational on Monday, September 23rd. The meet is set for Oleta State Park and will begin at 5:15 PM.

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (3-2) traveled up north to take on the Katz Yeshiva Lady Storm and fell behind early but came back to get the 4 set victory by scores of 21-25, 25-13, 25-21 & 25-22. Kayla Abramowitz and Yael Bister led the Lady Warriors with a combined 14 kills and 8 service points while teammate Kayla Herssein added a game high 12 service points on serve. Eliana Pollack was a bright spot on defense for the Lady Warriors as she finished with 15 digs. The Lady Warriors will now take the weekend off before hosting Dade Christian on Monday, September 16th. First serve is set for 5:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, September 11:

09/11/2019

(MS) Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (1-0) traveled to Posnack for their 1st game of the season and played very well in their 12-0 victory over the Rams. The first quarter went back and forth with both teams going scoreless. QB Dovid Budwick then hit WR Adam Michael on a 20 yard pass to put the ball on the opposing 5 yard line. RB Daniel Pollack then took the handoff 5 yards into the endzone to give his team a 6-0 lead at the halftime break. The third quarter was much like the first as both teams played great defense and the score remained the same with one quarter to play. Facing a 3rd down and 20, David Abramowitz found WR Jonathan Hazan on a 40 yard go route to put the Warriors ahead 12-0. An interception by CB Daniel Pollack sealed the win for the Warriors. QB Dovid Budwick led the Warriors with 140 passing yards while RB Daniel Pollack added 80 yards and a touchdown. Ariel Cahane & Matthew Muhlrad led the Warrior defense as they combined for 5 sacks and 12 flag pulls. The Warriors will now take the weekend off before hosting Renaissance Pines on Monday, September 16th. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park.  

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (2-1) traveled to Posnack to face the Lady Rams and put up a valiant effort before falling in 2 sets by scores of 19-25 & 20-25. Sarah Posner led the Lady Warriors with a game high 16 assists and 5 service points while teammates Sophie Lurie and Emily Roller combined for 8 kills and 22 digs. The Lady Warriors will now take the weekend off before hosting Renaissance Pines on Monday, September 16th. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Boys Flag Football Warriors (1-1) traveled up north to take on the Rams from Posnack and jumped ahead early before falling 27-7. The Warriors scored on the very first play of the game as QB Bryan Saka found WR Jacob Stein for an 86 yard touchdown to put the Warriors ahead 7-0. S Asher Miller then intercepted a Ram pass to give his team back the ball. Unfortunately a bad bounce gave the ball back to the Rams, which led to a game tying drive. The Warriors offense struggled from that point forward and the Rams got the victory. QB Bryan Saka led the Warriors with 170 passing yards and a touchdown while teammate WR Jacob Stein added 120 yards and a touchdown. Ari Assraf led the defense with a game high 9 flag pulls. The Warriors will look to get back to their winning ways when they host Sheridan Hills Christian on Tuesday, September 17th. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park. 

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors (2-2) hosted the Lady Rams from Posnack and played hard but fell short in 3 sets by scores of 17-25, 18-25 & 16-25. Michaela Acevedo led the Lady Warriors with 3 aces and 5 kills while teammates Yael Bister and Kayla Abramowitz combined for 8 service points and 4 kills. Shirel Baranes added 12 assists on the match. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, September 12th when they travel up north to face the Katz Yeshiva Lady Storm. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in the Katz gymnasium.  

Tuesday, September 10:

09/10/2019

(MS) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Middle School Warriors took part in the 1st ever Posnack Invitational Cross Country Meet and put on a great showing for their first race of the year. For the boys, Isaac Gottlieb paced the Warriors with a 1st place finish overall out of over 20 boys,  with a time of 10:22! Benji Karp followed closely behind with a time of 11:07 and teammate Zalman Shagalov rounded out the top 3 overall with a time of 11:46. Elad Mizrachi, Ariel Roller and Jonathan Ifrah rounded out the finishers for the boys squad. For the girls, Tehilia Schwab led the way with a 3rd overall finish (14:41). Yona Groisman came in 6th place with a time of 18:04, which placed the Lady Warriors to 2nd place overall. The Warriors and Lady Warriors will now take part in our 1st home meet of the season tomorrow, September 12th on Bal Harbour Beach. Girls will run at 4:00 PM followed by the Boys at 4:45 PM. 

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (2-0) hosted the Lady Lions from Sagemont last night in our gymnasium and played their best volleyball of the season en route to a 2 set victory with scores of 25-19 & 25-21. The match started off close as both teams traded points early to put the score at 4-4. Sophia Lurie then rallied off 8 straight serves to give the Lady Warriors a big lead. Orr Atun rallied off 4 straight serves shortly after to give the Lady Warriors an overall 1-0 lead in the best of 3 series. The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second set behind 3 aces from Orr Atun. The Lady Lions scored the next 5 points, however 3 kills from Sophia Lurie and 7 assists from Sarah Posner jumped the Lady Warriors back ahead. Olivia Cook then took over the match with the next 7 service points to keep her team undefeated on the season! Sarah Posner led the Lady Warriors with 12 assists and 5 digs while teammates Sophia Lurie and Olivia Cook combined for 8 aces and 17 digs. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, September 11th when they travel to Posnack to take on the Lady Rams. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in Posnack's gymnasium. 

Thursday, September 6:

09/06/2019

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (1-0) hosted the Lady Cougars from Cushman yesterday in our gymnasium and got their first victory of the season in straight sets with scores of 25-7 & 25-8. Daniella Strohli opened the match with 4 straight service points followed by teammate Olivia Cook's 3 aces to put the Lady Warriors ahead 7-0. The Lady Cougars scored the next 3 points, however Sophia Lurie connected on 3 aces to extend the Lady Warriors lead once again. Great net play from Sarah Posner gave the Lady Warriors a 1-0 lead in the best of 3 series. Sophia Lurie took control of the second set as she rallied off 11 straight service points to jump her team ahead 15-2. The Lady Cougars put together the next 4 points but 7 digs from Sarah Posner sealed the win for the Lady Warriors. Sophia Lurie led the Lady Warriors with 10 aces and 8 kills while teammate Sarah Posner added a game high 16 digs and 13 assists. Orr Atun, Shaila Sterenfeld, Olivia Cook & Ariel Weinberger all added kills in the victory. The Lady Warriors will now take the weekend off before returning to action on Tuesday, September 10th when they take on Sagemont. First service is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (2-1) also hosted the Lady Cougars from Cushman and came out victorious in straight sets by scores of 25-13, 25-19 & 25-12. Shoshy Stein got the Lady Warriors going as she connected on 7 straight service points to open the match. Teammate Michaela Acevedo added 3 kills shortly after to allow the Lady Warriors to cruise to a first set victory in the best of 5 series. Alina Sterenfeld opened the second set with 3 aces and 2 kills while teammate Emily Roller added 2 aces of her own. The Lady Cougars used consistent defense to tie the set at 19-19, but Alina Sterenfeld rallied off 6 straight points on serve to give the Lady Warriors a 2-0 lead. Sara Reinberg was the story of the third set as she opened the set with 9 straight service points to give the Lady Warriors a big lead. Eliana Pollack connected on 5 points shortly after and back to back kills form Michaela Acevedo put the Lady Warriors ahead 17-7. Yael Bister closed the set with back to back kills to send the Lady Warriors home with their secodn victory in a row! Alina Sterenfeld and Shoshy Stein led the Lady Warriors with a combined 23 service points and 7 aces while teammates Michaela Acevedo and Yael Bister added 8 kills each. The Lady Warriors will take the weekend off before returning to action on Monday, September 9th to face the Cougars from Cushman again. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Warriors (1-0) traveled up north to take on Sheridan Hills Christian in their first game of the season and defeated the Sharks by a score of 21-0. QB Bryan Saka led the Warriors with 240 passing yards and 3 touchdowns while teammate WR Jacob Stein added 120 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. Herschel Karp added a touchdown of his own and teammate David Saka found the endzone for 2 extra points. Asher Miller, Jacob Stein and Ari Assraf added interceptions to lead the powerful Warrior defense. The Warriors will now take a few days off before returning to action on Wednesday, September 11th when they travel to Posnack. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played on Posnack's new field.   
 

Wednesday, September 4

09/04/2019

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (1-1) hosted the Lady Eagles from Avant Garde yesterday in our gymnasium and got their first victory in straight sets with scores of 25-13, 25-23 & 25-17. Shoshy Stein got the match going early with 8 straight service points to open the match. The Lady Eagles responded with 3 points of their own, however great net play from Yael Bister and Michaela Acevedo gave the Lady Warriors a 1-0 lead in the best of 5 series. The second set opened with the Lady Eagles taking an early lead until Kayla Abramowitz rallied off 10 straight service points on her serve to get the Lady Warriors back into the set. Back to back kills from Yael Bister gave the Lady Warriors the set win and a 2-0 lead. The final set was very similar to the first as Shoshy Stein rallied off 11 service points to jump the Lady Warriors to a big lead. Michaela Acevedo then finished off the match with 3 aces to give the Lady Warriors their first win of the season. Shoshy Stein led the Lady Warriors with 23 service points and 7 digs while teammates Michaela Acevedo and Kayla Abramowitz combined for 13 kills and 8 aces. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, September 5th when they host Cushman for a non conference matchup. First serve is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

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August Recaps 2019
Tuesday, August 28:

08/28/19

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors hosted the Lady Hawks of Doctors Charter last night in our gymnasium to open their season and played tough but fell short in 4 sets by scores of 15-25, 25-17, 12-25 & 14-25. Michaela Acevedo got the Lady Warriors going with 2 straight aces to open the match. Teammate Alina Sterenfeld added 5 straight service points later in the set but the Lady Hawks took a 1-0 lead behind their consistent serves. The second set was much different for the Lady Warriors as Michaela Acevedo, Sara Reinberg and Alina Sterenfeld combined for 13 service points to tie the overall score at 1-1 in the best of 5 series. The Lady Hawks then used their size and great passing to control the final 2 sets and take the victory. Michaela Acevedo led the Lady Warriors with 9 kills and 13 service points while teammates Alina Sterenfeld and Yael Bister combined for 14 service points and 22 digs. The Lady Warriors will take the rest of the week off before hosting district foe Avant Garde next Wednesday, September 4th. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

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March Recaps 2019

Tuesday, March 26:

03/26/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors hosted another Warriors squad from Greater Miami Academy and played tough but fell short in 3 sets by scores of 25-27, 15-25 & 21-25. Menachem Levy stepped in as setter and led the Warriors with a game high 24 assists while teammates David Lurie and Yakov Schwab combined for 11 kills and 8 aces. Dylan Delgiglio was once again the Warriors best defender and led the team with a team high 33 digs. The Warriors will now take the rest of the week off before hosting non district foe Avante Garde next Monday, april 1st. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, March 19:

03/19/2019

(V) Boys VolleyballThe Varsity Warriors hosted the top team in the district, Miami Springs, and battled tough but fell short instraight sets by scores of 12-25, 15-25 & 19-25. Dylan Delgiglio led the Warriors defense with a game high 33 digs while teammate Noah Dobin added 16 assists and 5 aces. David Lurie and Menachem Levy combined for 12 kills and 4 aces in the loss. The Warriors will now take a few days off before returning to action on Tuesday, March 26th when they host GMA in a non district matchup. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the matchw ill be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, March 14:

03/14/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors traveled up north to take on their rival Hillel and got their third victory in a row in 4 sets by scores of 24-26, 25-18, 25-16 & 25-22. David Lurie & Josh Shaulson led the Warriors with a combined 18 kills and 10 aces while Noah Dobin added a game high 27 assists. Dylan Delgiglio led the Warriors defense with 38 digs while teammate Yehuda Cohen added 15 digs in the win. The Warriors will now take the weekend off before traveling to Miami High on Monday, March 18th. First serve is set for 3:30 PM and the match will be played at the Miami High gymnasium. 

(V) Boys & Girls Tennis - The Varsity Warriors & Lady Warriors traveled down south to take on Riviera Prep and both came away with victories by scores of 4-3 and 5-2. For the girls, Brielle Katz got the Lady Warriors off to a great start with a 8-1 victory at #1 singles. Kayla Herskowitz (8-2) and Kayla Sedighim (8-5) each added victories at #2 and #3 singles to jump the Lady Warriors out to a 3-0 lead. Zoe Sugar and Kayla Sedighim clinched the match at #2 doubles with a 6-0 victory to give the Lady Warriors their second win of the season! For the boys, David Lurie got the Warriors an early point with an 8-1 victory at #1 singles. Joseph Abrahams (8-2), Sammy Lurie (8-2) and Asher Miller (8-4) all got victories in their singles matches to clinch 4 overall points and the win for the Warriors before doubles play! Both teams will take a little over a week off before returning to action on Wednesday, March 27th when they travel to Chaminade Madonna. The match will begin at 3:30 PM and will be played at David Park Tennis Center. 

(V) Girls Flag Football -The Varsity Lady Warriors hosted Hialeah Miami Lakes in their first game of the season and dominated the Lady Knights by a score of 31-0. Shoshy Stein led the Lady Warriors with 280 passing yards and 4 touchdowns in her first career game while teammate Yael Bister added 80 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. Hadassah Reich found the endzone on a 60 yard punt return and a touchdown by Eliana Pollack completed the scoring for the Lady Warriors. Kayla Wolfson led the Lady Warriors defense with a game high 13 flag pulls. The Lady Warriors will now take the weekend off before hosting Miami Northwestern on Monday, March 18th. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park. 

Wednesday, March 13:

03/13/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors hosted the Bulls from Miami Northwestern and took the match in 3 sets by scores of 25-17, 25-22 & 25-20. The Warriors used consistent serving from Noah Dobin and powerful net play by David Lurie to cruise to a first set victory. The second and third sets were much closer but great defense by Dylan Delgiglio and great offense from Noah Dobin and Yakov Schwab allowed the Warriors to claim their second victory in a row! Noah Dobin led the Warriors with 11 aces and 28 assists while teammates David Lurie and Yakov Schwab combined for 17 kills and 8 aces. Dylan Delgiglio led the Warriors defense with a game high 32 digs. The Warriors are back in action today, March 14th when they head to Hillel for another district matchup. First serve is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in Hillel's gymnasium.

(V) Boys & Girls Tennis - The Varsity Warriors & Lady Warriors hosted Posnack last night in their second match of the season and both fell short by scores of 2-5. For the boys, Joseph Abrahams battled a tough match at #1 singles and came away with an 8-7 victory. Joshua Posner got the only other victory for the boys in singles by defeating his opponent by a score of 8-1. For the girls, Brielle Katz dominated at #1 singles with an 8-1 victory while teammate Michaela Acevedo took down her opponent at #5 singles by a score of 8-4. The rest of the matches were very close but the Rams were able to take the victory. Both teams are back in action today, March 14th when they head to Riviera Prep for a non district matchup. The matches will start at 3:30 PM and will be played at Kendall Town Tennis Center. 

Tuesday, March 12:

03/12/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors faced the Knights from iMater Prep yesterday in our gymnasium and got their first victory of the season in 5 sets by scores of 25-21, 26-24, 23-25, 22-25, 15-12. The Warriors got victories in the first 2 sets behind 9 kills from David Lurie and 23 digs from Dylan Delgiglio. The Knights responded during the next 2 sets behind their consistent net play and powerful serving. With the match tied at 12 in the deciding set, Jacob Abrahams connected on three consecutive serves to give the Warriors the victory! David Lurie led the Warriors with 13 kills while teammate Noah Dobin added a game high 37 assists. Dylan Delgiglio added a season high 53 digs in the win. The Warriors are back in action tonight, March 13th when they take on Miami Northwestern. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium.  

Thursday, March 7:

03/07/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors hosted Westland Hialeah last night in our gymnasium and battled tough but fell short in 4 sets by scores of 18-25, 25-22, 2-25 & 19-25. Dylan Delgigio led the Warriors with a game high 41 digs while teammates David Lurie and Josh Shaulson combined for 12 kills and 5 aces. Noah Dobin led the team in assists and finished with 18 on the night. The Warriors will now take the weekend off before hosting Mater Academy on Monday, March 11th. First serve is set for 3:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, March 6:

03/06/2019

(V) Boys Volleyball - The Varsity Warriors hosted SLAM Academy last night in our gymnasium and dropped the match in 3 sets by scores of 18-25, 15-25 and 19-25. Dylan Delgiglio led the Warriors defense with a game high 38 digs while teammates David Lurie and Menachem Levy combined for 14 kills and 6 aces. The Warriors will look to get their first victory of the season when they host Westland Hialeah today, March 7th. First serve is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, March 5:

03/05/2019

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (9-0) hosted Posnack in the JAL Championship game last night and secured their 2nd straight Championship with a 27-16 victory! The Warriors got going quickly as they scored 12 points in the first quarter on 6 by Ariel Cahane, 4 by Caleb Gdanski and 2 from Shlomo Itzkowitz. The second quarter saw the scoring slow down as baskets by Ariel Cahane and Caleb Gdanski put the Warriors ahead 16-0 at the halftime break. The Rams scored the first 5 points of the third quarter, but a three pointer by Ariel Cahane and baskets from Orel Nahmani and Shlomo Itzkowitz extended the Warriors lead back over 15 points. The Rams made a brief 6-0 run the final frame, but back to back baskets from Caleb Gdanski sealed the team's second straight JAL Championship! Ariel Cahane led the Warriors will 11 points and 5 rebounds while Caleb Gdanski and Shlomo Itzkowitz combined for 14 points and 8 rebounds. With the win, the Warriors completed a perfect 17-0 record in Elementary Basketball and will look to improve that record as they advance to 6th grade next year! The future is bright for these young Warriors!

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (6-3) traveled up north to take on the Lady Lions from Lehrman and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 14-11. Eliana Wolfson led the Lady Warriors with 3 points and 7 rebounds while Dani Kruger and Shana Strohli combined for 6 points and 9 rebounds. Lily Reinberg and Ruthie Assaraf each added baskets for the Lady Warriors. The loss ended the season for the Lady Warriors but not before a very successful run which led them to the playoffs for the third consecutive year. The Lady Warriors will  now look to continue their success at the middle school level when they transition to 6th grade next year. A big thank you goes out to Coach Mallory for all of her hard work and dedication throughout the season! The future is very bright for Lady Warriors Basketball!

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February 2019

Thursday, February 28:

02/28/2019

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 6th Grade Warriors (3-3) took on the Eagles from ACES and started fast but fell short in the end by a score of 38-19. Benji Karp and Zachary Schuster led the Warriors with 14 combined points while Benji Scragowitz added 11 rebounds in the loss. The loss ended the season for the Warriors but they improved with each game. A big thank you goes out to Coach Berman for leading the Warriors to a very successful season. I look forward to watching these 6th graders move up to the MS team next year!

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (4-4) traveled up north to top ranked ACES and fell short by a score of 41-35. Owen Ebner led the Warriors with 12 points and 6 rebounds while Spencer Lehman and Ben Farkas combined for 18 points and 12 rebounds. The loss ended the season for the Warriors but not before a very successful run. A big thank you goes out to Coach Berman for a very successful season. The future is bright in Warriors Basketball. 

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Elementary Lady Warriors (5-2) hosted the Lady Lions from Boca Hillel last night in our gymnasium and dominated the game from the start en route to a 27-19 victory. Eliana Wolfson led the Lady Warriors with 12 points and 5 assists while teammates Tova Bossewitch and Shana Strohli combined for 8 points and 7 rebounds. Lily Reinberg added 3 points in the win and teammates Dani Kruger and Orlie Elharar added baskets. The Lady Warriors are the #3 seed in the playoffs and will take on the Lady Lions form Lehrman on Tuesday, March 5th. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on the Lehrman outdoor court.  

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The Warriors hosted the Lions from Boca Hillel and controlled the game from the start on their way to a 34-26 victory. Shlmo Itzkowitz led the Warriors with 17 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Caleb Gdanski added 13 points and 4 rebounds. Elior Weinberger and Jonathan Berkowitz added baskets for the Warriors in the win. The Warriors are now the #1 seed in the playoffs and will host Boca Hillel again on Monday, March 4th. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, February 27, 2019:

02/27/2019

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (4-3) traveled up north to take on Renaissance Pines and played very well in their 50-39 victory over the Bulldogs. Owen Ebner led the Warriors with 22 points and 6 rebounds while Spencer Lehman, Ben Farkas and Daniel Pollack combined for 28 points and 16 rebounds. The Warriors will look to qualify for the IAL Playoffs today when they travel to ACES. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played at the Aventura Rec Center. 

Tuesday, February 26, 2019:

02/26/2019

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 6th Grade Warriors (2-2) hosted BMA last night in our gymnasium and fought hard but fell short to the Bulldogs by a score of 33-30. The first quarter was high scoring as Zachary Schuster scored 5 points and teammate Salomon Askenazi added 2 points for the Warriors. 5 late points from the Bulldogs gave them a 12-7 lead after one. Benji Karp added a basket to open the second frame but the Bulldogs were able to extend their lead to 10 points at the halftime break. The Warriors had a very good third quarter with Judah Stubbs scoring 4 points and teammates Benji Scragowitz and Zachary Schuster combining for 6 points to get them within 1 point. Judah Stubbs and Benji Scragowitz added 4 foul shots in the fourth quarter but the quickness of BMA was too much to overcome. Zachary Schuster led the Warriors with 15 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Judah Stubbs added 6 points and 6 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tomorrow, February 28th when they take on the ACES Eagles. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played at the Aventura Rec Center. 

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (3-3) hosted the Bulldogs from BMA last night and played their best game of the year in a 51-41 victory. The Warriors got going early as Spencer Lehman and David Saka combined for 7 points to jump their team ahead 7-5 after one quarter of play. Natanel Bixon opened the second quarter with a three pointer and teammates Ben Farkas and Yudi Waks knocked down 6 consecutive free throws to extend the Warriors lead to 19-16 at the halftime break. Natanel Bixon, Owen Ebner, Spencer Lehman and Ben Farkas all knocked down three pointers in the third quarter to help push the Warriors lead to over 10 points with one quarter to play. Owen Ebner then knocked down back to back three pointers in the final quarter to help the Warriors seal the victory. David Saka led the Warriors with 14 points and 12 rebounds while teammates Ben Farkas and Owen Ebner combined for 20 points and 13 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action today, February 27th when they travel to Renaissance Cooper City for another IAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Davie PAL's gymnasium. 

Monday, February 25, 2019:

02/25/2019

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 6th Grade Warriors (2-2) hosted their rival Hillel last night in our gymnasium and exploded right out of the gates on their way to a 47-10 victory over the Lions. Zachary Schuster and Benji Scragowitz opened the game fast as they combined for 15 first quarter points to jump their team ahead early. 5 points from Jake Hoffman and a basket from Benji Karp put the Warriors ahead 24-6 after one quarter of play. Scoring slowed down in the second quarter but Jacob Hakman, Jacob Wigoda and Salomon Askenazi each added baskets to extend the Warriors lead to 33-8 at the halftime break. Avi Rosencovich, Issac Gottlieb and Elad Mizrachi all got on the board in the second half as the Warriors ignited the running clock on their way to victory. Zachary Schuster led the Warriors with 12 points and 6 rebounds while teammates Benji Scragowitz and Jake Hoffman combined for 13 points and 10 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action today, February 26th when they host BMA for another conference game. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors hosted the Lions from Hillel and played tough but could not match their height in a 36-23 loss. The game was close in the first quarter as Owen Ebner and Ben Farkas each connected on three pointers to keep their team within 2 points. The Lions extended their lead in the second quarter as Owen Ebner added 2 more points and David Saka added 3 foul shots to put the halftime score at 19-11. Spencer Lehman opened the second half with 5 straight points, however the Lions responded quickly with 7 of their own to extend their lead to double digits. Daniel Pollack and Owen Ebner each added baskets in the 4th quarter but it was not enough in the end. The Warriors will look to get back to their winning ways when they host BMA today, February 26th. Tipoff is set for 5:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, February 21:

02/21/2019

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors traveled up north to take on Jupiter Christian in the FHSAA 3A-8 Regional Semifinals and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 67-49. Jacob Stein led the Warriors with 17 points and 16 rebounds while teammate David Lurie added 12 points and 5 rebounds. Alex Farkas was also great on the glass and finished with 11 rebounds. Despite the loss, the Warriors had a remarkable run in the FHSAA state playoffs and a big thank you goes out to all of our seniors and Coach Scott Berman for a very fun and enjoyable season. The future is bright in Warrior Basketball!

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Elementary Lady Warriors (4-2) hosted the Lady Lions from Lehrman last night and put up a good fight but fell short in the end by a score of 16-11. The Lady Warriors first half was a rough one as they saw shot after shot rim out. Lily Reinberg and Eliana Wolfson each had baskets for the Lady Warriors, however they went into the halftime break trailing 12-4. Scoring picked up in the third quarter as Dani Kruger and Shana Strohli each added baskets quickly to get the Lady Warriors within 4 points. Another basket by Eliana Wolfson and a free throw from Shana Strohli completed the scoring for the Lady Warriors. A late basket by the Lady Lions gave them the victory. Eliana Wolfson and Shana Strohli combined for 7 points and 9 rebounds in the loss while teammates Dani Kruger and Lily Reinberg each added baskets. The Lady Warriors will now take a week off before finishing their regular season on Thursday, February 28th when they host Hillel Boca. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(4th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 4th Grade Warriors hosted a very good Lehrman squad last night in our gymnasium and put up a good effort but fell short in the end by a score of 22-11. Liel Kadosh and Ariel Pinhasov got the lone baskets for the Warriors in the first half as they found themselves down 11-4 at the halftime break. Chami Sasi scored 4 points in the second half and Michael Hakman hit a three pointer in the fourth quarter, but the skill of the Lions was too much to overcome. The Warriors will now await their playoff situation after everyone else in the JAL completes their regular season games. 

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (6-0) hosted the Lehrman Lions last night in our gymnasium and dominated the game from the start en route to a 36-16 victory. The Warriors jumped out to a 10-7 first quarter lead behind 6 points from Caleb Gdanski and 4 from Ariel Cahane. Shlomo Itzkowitz took over the game in the second frame as he scored 8 straight points to extend the Warriors halftime lead to 24-8. Orel Nahmani scored 4 straight points to open the second half and Jonathan Berkowitz added a basket to seal the victory for the Warriors. Caleb Gdanski and Shlomo Itzkowitz combined for 20 points and 8 steals in the win while Ariel Cahane and Orel Nahmani combined for 10 points and 13 rebounds. The Warriors clinched the #1 seed in the JAL Playoffs but will finish up their regular seaosn next Thursday, February 28th when they host Hillel Boca. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, February 20:

02/20/2019

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (2-2) hosted conference foe Parkway Christian last night in our gymnasium and got the 40-32 win behind a very strong 4th quarter. The first quarter was slow for the Warriors as David Saka hit 3 free throws and Avraham Otsman added a basket to complete the scoring for the Warriors. Scoring picked up in the second quarter as Ben Farkas, Yudi Waks and Daniel Pollack each added free throws and teammate Owen Ebner added 4 points to put the halftime score at 16-15. David Saka opened the second half with 4 straight foul shots and a three pointer from Natanel Bixon kept the Warriors within 1 point. Ben Farkas then took over the fourth quarter as he scored 10 of his game high 12 points to give his team their second win of the season. Ben Farkas led the Warriors with 12 points and 5 rebounds while teammate David Saka added 9 points and 11 rebounds. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Monday, February 25th when they take on Hillel. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Elementary Lady Warriors (4-1) hosted the Lady Rams from Posnack and started slow but got the 17-10 win to stay in 2nd place of the JAL. Dani Kruger got the scoring going for the Lady Warriors as she scored the first 2 baskets and teammate Eliana Wolfson added a free throw to put the Lady Warriors ahead 5-3. Sarah Rothman extended the Lady Warriors lead on her first basket and teammate Eliana Wolfson added 2 more baskets before halftime to put the score at 11-5. Shana Strohli got the lone basket for the Lady Warriors in the third quarter and the Lady Warriors defense held the Lady Rams to 2 points to keep their 6 point lead. Ruthie Assaraf and Lily Reinberg each added baskets in the fourth quarter to seal the win for their team. Eliana Wolfson led the Warriors with 5 points and 7 rebounds while teammate Dani Kruger added 4 points and 6 rebounds. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, February 21st when they take on the Lady Lions from Lehrman. Tipoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (5-0) hosted an undefeated Rams squad from Posnack last night and took sole possession of 1st place with a 31-25 victory in our gymnasium. The first quarter was high scoring as both teams combined for 18 points. Ariel Cahane had 5, Orel Nahmani added 2 and teammate Shlomo Itzkowitz added 2 to tie the score at 9-9. Shlomo Itzkowitz took over the second quarter as he scored 7 straight points to extend his team's lead. 2 baskets from Caleb Gdanski and a layup from Orel Nahmani put the Warriors ahead 22-16 at the halftime break. Scoring slowed down in the second half for both teams but back to back baskets from Orel Nahmani secured the win and sole possession of 1st place in the JAL for the Warriors! Shlomo Itzkowitz led the Warriors with 12 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Orel Nahmani added 8 points and a game high 11 rebounds. The Warriors will look to remain undefeated when they take on Lehrman today, February 21st. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium.  

Tuesday, February 19:

02/19/2019

(4th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 4th Grade Warriors hosted a very good Lehrman squad last night in our gymnasium and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 22-15. The Warriors found themselves in a hole early as Michael Hackman had the lone basket in the first quarter to put the score at 8-2 in favor of the Lions. Michael Hackman scored 6 points in the second quarter to tie the game but back to back baskets from the Lions put the halftime score at 12-8. Jonah Schottenstein got on the board with a foul shot in the third quarter and Chaim Sasi and Michael Hackman combined for 6 more points to close the gap. The size and speed of the Lions proved too much in the end as they took the victory. Michael Hackman led the Warriors with 12 points and Ethan Ifrah and Liel Kadosh combined for 11 rebounds. The 4th Grade Warriors are back in action tomorrow when they take on Lehrman's other team. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (4-0) hosted Lehrman last night in our gymnasium and jumped ahead early while cruising to a 28-15 victory over the Lions. The Warriors got going quickly as Shlomo Itzkowitz scored 5 quick points and teammates Orel Nachmani and Jonathan Berkowitz added baskets to put the first quarter score at 9-4. A late three pointer from Ariel Cahane extended the Warriors lead. Scoring slowed down for the Warriors in the second quarter as Ariel Cahane and Arik Laber had the only baskets for the Warriors to put the halftime score at 16-8. Shmuel Portnoy got the first basket of the second half for the Warriors and teammates Caleb Gdanski and Orel Nahmani each added 4 points to extend their teams lead to 26-13. A late basket from Shlomo Itzkowitz completed the scoring for the Warriors. Shlomo Itzkowitz led the Warriors with 7 points and 5 rebounds while Orel Nahmani added 6 points and a game high 15 rebounds. Caleb Gdanski and Ariel Cahane combined for 9 points and 6 steals. The Warriors are back in action tonight, February 20th when they take on the Posnack Rams for a battle for 1st place. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, February 14:

02/14/2019

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors hosted #1 seed Champagnat in the FHSAA 3A-8 District Championship game last night and put up a great effort but fell short in the end by a score of 55-52. The game was close to start as both teams traded baskets early. Moshe Goldring scored 5 points in the opening quarter and teammate Jacob Stein added 4 to jump the Warriors ahead. A late 8-2 run by the Lions put them ahead 12-11 after one quarter of play. David Lurie was great in the second quarter as he scored 9 of his 17 points to keep the Warriors hanging around. The Lions then used their speed and pressure to build a 5 point halftime lead. The Warriors closed the gap in the third quarter as Alex Farkas hit back to back baskets and Moshe Goldring connected on a three pointer to get the Warriors within 1. Both teams traded baskets to finish the quarter and the score sat at 35-34 in favor of the Lions with one quarter to play. The final quarter went back and forth until the last 20 seconds of the game. Trailing by 3 with 10 seconds left, the Warriors had a three pointer go in and out and the Lions got the victory. David Lurie led the Warriors with 17 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Jacob Stein and Moshe Goldring combined for 29 points and 22 rebounds. Despite the loss, the Warriors advance to the FHSAA 3A Regional Semifinals next Thursday, February 21st when they travel to Jupiter Christian. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM and the game will be played at Jupiter Christian. 

Wednesday, February 13:

02/13/2019

(4th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 4th Grade Warriors traveled up north to take on their rival Hillel and put up a great effort in a 20-18 loss to the Lions. Joseph Rosenthal led the Warriors with 8 points and 6 rebounds while Michael Hackman added 8 points and 7 rebounds. The 4th Grade Warriors will be back in action on Tuesday, February 19th when they host Lehrman. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (3-0) traveled up north to take on the Lions from Hillel and jumped ahead early while cruising to a 28-18 victory. Caleb Gdanski led the Warriors with 14 points and 6 rebounds while teammates Ariel Cahane and Shlmo Itzkowitz combined for 10 points and 8 rebounds. The 5th Grade Warriors will be back in action on Tuesday, February 19th when they host Lehrman. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (3-1) traveled up north to take on their rival Hillel and cruised to a 24-13 victory over the Lady Lions. Eliana Wolfson led the Lady Warriors with 8 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Dani Kruger and Orly Elharar combined for 8 points and 6 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will take some time off before returning to action on Wednesday, February 20th when they take on the Lady Rams from Posnack. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will take place in our gymnasium. 

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 6th Grade Warriors (1-2) traveled up north to take on the Rams from Posnack and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 40-28. Zachary Schuster led the Warriors with 10 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Salomone Askenazi led the team with 12 rebounds. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Thursday, February 21st against Hillel. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and game will be played in Hillel's gymnasium. 

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (1-1) traveled up north to take on the Rams from Posnack and were tied at the half but fell short in the end by a score of 32-15. Ben Farkas led the Warriors with 11 points and 6 rebounds while David Saka added 8 points and 11 rebounds in the loss. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Tuesday, February 19th when they travel to Renaissance Pines. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Davie Pal. 

Tuesday, February 12:

02/12/19

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors hosted Somerset Prep in the Semifinals of the FHSAA 3A-8 District Tournament and came out victorious with a 62-56 win over the Hurricanes! The Warriors got on the board early with 6 consecutive points from David Lurie and a basket by Jacob Stein. The Hurricanes finished the quarter on a 6-0 run to jump ahead 12-8. The Warriors offense was much sharper in the second quarter as Roye Ovaknin scored 3 consecutive baskets and teammate Jacob Stein added 6 points as well. A late three pointer from David Lurie put the Warriors only down 1 at the halftime break. Moshe Goldring opened the second half with 2 free throws and 2 baskets to jump the Warriors ahead but back to back baskets from the Hurricanes put them back ahead by 3 with one quarter to play. Free throws sealed the first trip to the FHSAA 3A-8 District Championship for the Warriors as they knocked down 15 of 18 in the fourth quarter! David Lurie led the Warriors with 21 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Jacob Stein and Moshe Goldring combined for 30 points and 15 rebounds. With the win, The Warriors secured their spot in the FHSAA 3A-8 District Championship game against Champagnat on Thursday, February 14th. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (2-1) traveled to Lehrman for a JAL matchup with the Lady Lions and came away with the victory by the score of 27-8. The first quarter was low scoring as both teams just had 1 basket each. Dani Kruger opened up the offense in the second quarter as she added 3 consecutive baskets to jump her team ahead. Lily Reinberg added a free throw and teammate Orllie Elharar added 4 points before halftime to put the score at 13-4 in favor of the Lady Warriors. Sarah Rothman, Lily Reinberg and Eliana Bensousan each added baskets in the third quarter to extend the Lady Warriors lead to 14 points. Dani Kruger and teammate Shana Strohli added 4 points each in the final frame to seal the victory. Dani Kruger led the Lady Warriors with 10 points and 5 rebounds while Shana Strohli and Orlie Elharar combined for 8 points and 7 rebounds. The Lady Warriors are back in action tonight, February 13th when they head to Hillel for another JAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 3:45 PM and the game will be played in Hillel's gymnasium. 

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball -The 6th Grade Warriors (1-1) hosted Sheridan Hills Christian in our gymnasium last night and jumped ahead early while cruising to a 44-27 victory. Scoring was slow in the first quarter as Zach Schuster and Benji Scragowitz were the only baskets for the Warriors. Benji Karp and Zach Schuster combined for 8 points to open the second quarter and baskets from Judah Stubbs, Jacob Wigoda and Jake Hoffman put the Warriors ahead 18-6 at the halftime break. Three pointers were key in the third quarter as Zach Schuster hit 2 and Jake Hoffman and Benji Karp each added one to seal the victory for the Warriors. Zach Schuster led the Warriors with 12 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Benji Karp and Jake Hoffman combined for 20 points and 9 rebounds. The JV Warriors are back in action today, February 13th when they travel to Posnack for an IAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM.

(MS) Boys Basketball - The MS Warriors (1-0) hosted Sheridan Hills Christian in their first game of the season and came away victorious by a score of 36-20. The first quarter was low scoring as Ben Farkas had all 5 points for the Warriors. Owen Ebner scored back to back baskets to open the second quarter and a three pointer from David Saka put the halftime score at 14-7 in favor of the Warriors. Scoring picked up in the third quarter as Owen Ebner, Ben Farkas and David Saka combined for 11 points to extend their lead. 10 fourth quarter points form Ben Farkas sealed the win for the Warriors. Ben Farkas led the game with 20 points and 5 rebounds while teammates David Saka and Owen Ebner combined for 16 points and 13 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action today, February 13th when they travel to Posnack for an IAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM.

Monday, February 11, 2019:

02/11/2019

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors hosted the Rams from Posnack in the Quarterfinals of the FHSAA 3A-8 District Tournament last night and came away with a very exciting 42-41 victory to advance! The first frame was low scoring for both teams as Noah Dobin connected on a three pointer and Jacob Stein, David Lurie and Alex Farkas combined for 9 points to give the Warriors an early 12-7 lead. The Warriors maintained their lead in the second quarter as David Lurie & Jacob Stein each added three pointers. A basket by Bryan Saka right before halftime put the Warriors ahead 22-15 at the halftime break. Scoring picked up in the second half as Moshe Goldring scored a quick5 points and teammates David Lurie and Jacob Stein added 4 each. A three pointer from Roye Ovaknin gave the Warriors a 7 point lead with one quarter to play. A late run by the Rams got them within 1 at the end, but back to back baskets from Alex Farkas sealed the win. Jacob Stein led the Warriors with 13 points and 12 rebounds while teammates David Lurie and Alex Farkas combined for 18 points and 14 rebounds. The Warriors now advance to the FHSAA 3A-8 Semifinals tonight against Somerset Prep. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(ELEM) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (1-1) hosted a very good Posnack East squad in our gymnasium last night and pulled out the win in a close game by the score of 15-14. Both teams exchanged baskets in the first quarter with Dani Kruger and Eliana Wolfson finding the bottom of the net for the Lady Warriors. The Lady Rams got 4 points of their own in the first quarter to even the score. Both teams went scoreless in the second quarter to put the halftime score at 4-4. Scoring picked up in the second half as Shana Strohli and Dani Kruger each scored 4 points to give the Lady Warriors a 4 point lead. The Lady Rams tied the game up late with their size, but a foul shot with 5 seconds left from Lily Reinberg sealed the win for the Lady Warriors. Dani Kruger led the Lady Warriors with 6 points and 6 rebounds while Eliana Wolfson and Shana Strohli each added 4 points and 4 rebounds. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, February 12th when they travel to Lehrman for another JAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on the Lehrman outdoor court. 

(4th Grade) Boys Basketball -The 4th Grade Warriors opened their season last night against a good Posnack East squad and jumped ahead early before falling 14-9 to the Rams. Joseph Rosenthal got the Warriors going in the first quarter by scoring a drive in layup to put his team ahead 2-0. The Rams then scored the next 5 points to take the lead after one quarter of play. Joseph Rosenthal added another basket shortly after to send both teams into the halftime break with the score at 5-4. Michael Hackman scored 2 quick baskets to open the second half, which gave the Warriors an 8-6 lead with one quarter to play. Jack Ciment added a foul shot in the final frame, but the size and speed from the Rams was too much to overcome. Michael Hackman and Joseph Rosenthal each scored 4 points while Jack Ciment added a free throw and 5 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tomorrow, February 13th when they head to Hillel for another JAL matchup. Tip off is set for 3:45 PM and the game will be played in Hillel's gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (2-0) hosted the Rams from Posnack East last night in our gymnasium and dominated the game from the start en route to a 37-17 victory. Ariel Cahane started the game on fire as he connected on his first 3 baskets to give his team the early lead. A basket by Orel Nachmani and a three pointer from Ariel Cahane gave the Warriors a 13-0 lead. Shlomo Itzkowitz added 4 points in the second quarter and baskets from Arik Laber and Ariel Cahane put the halftime score at 17-2 in favor of the Warriors. The Rams scored the first 8 points in the second half, however 6 straight points from Caleb Gdanski extended the Warriors lead back up to 15. Late baskets by Arik Laber and Shlomo Itzkowitz sealed the win for the Warriors. Ariel Cahane led the Warriors with 13 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Caleb Gdanski and Shlomo Itzkowitz combined for 16 points and 8 rebounds. The Warriors will take today off before traveling to Hillel tomorrow for another JAL matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:45 PM and the game will be played in Hillel's gymnasium. 

Thursday, February 7, 2019:

02/07/19

(V) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (8-7) hosted Northwest Christian in their final game of the season and jumped out to an early lead while cruising to a 77-47 victory over the Eagles. The Warriors offense got off to a very fast start as Asher Miller scored 6 first quarter points and teammates Sammy Lurie, Jonathan Acevedo and Ben Grosz combined for 10. Good defense by the Warriors put them ahead 20-9 after one quarter of play. Abraham Kantar and Akiva Itzkowitz opened the second quarter with baskets and 8 points from Jonathan Acevedo extended the Warriors halftime lead to 41-25. Sammy Lurie came out of the gates fast in the third quarter as he scored 8 straight points. Back to back baskets from Ari Zigelboim and 4 points from Jeremy Dobin put the Warriors ahead 64-40 with one quarter to play. Ben Grosz opened the final frame with back to back three pointers to seal the win for the Warriors. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 20 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Sammy Lurie and Ben Grosz combined for 23 points on 7 three pointers. Ari Zigelboim led the Warriors on the glass and finished with a game high 13 rebounds. The Warriors finished their season over .500 for the third consecutive year and will look to get even better over the off season. Go Warriors! 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors hosted the Eagles from Northwest Christian on senior night and controlled the game from the start en route to a 62-50 victory. The first quarter was high scoring for both teams as they combined for 37 first quarter points. Moshe Goldring, David Lurie and Jacob Stein each scored 4 while Daniel Merran added a three pointer. Jacob Stein continued his hot hand in the second quarter by scoring 6 points while teammate Ben Rubinov added back to back three pointers to put the halftime score at 35-23 in favor of the Warriors. Daniel Merran took over from that point forward as he connected on 5 more three pointers in the second half to seal the win for the Warriors. Daniel Merran led the Warriors with 18 points on 6 three pointers while teammates Jacob Stein and Alex Farkas combined for 18 points and 22 rebounds. The Warriors will look to keep their season alive when they host Posnack tonight in the FHSAA 3A-8 Quarterfinals of the District Tournament. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, February 7:

02/07/2019

(V) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors defeated Northwest Christian 77-47 yesterday in our gymnasium. The recap will be in Monday's announcements. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors defeated Northwest Christian 62-50 yesterday in our gymnasium. The recap will be in Monday's announcements.

Wednesday, February 6:

02/06/2019

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors hosted a very good Archbishop McCarthy team last night in a non district matchup and battled tough but fell short to the Mustangs by a score of 79-57. The Warriors played a very good first quarter as David Lurie scored 5 quick points followed by 4 from Jacob Stein and 3 each from Moshe Goldring and Alex Farkas. David Lurie added 8 more in the second quarter and teammates Moshe Goldring and Bryan Saka combined for 7 to keep the Warriors within 5 at the halftime break. David Lurie added back to back three pointers to open the second half but the size and speed of the Mustangs was too much to overcome in the end. David Lurie led the Warriors with 19 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Moshe Goldring added 12 points and 4 assists. Alex Farkas and Jacob Stein combined for 11 points and 19 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tonight (Senior Night) when they host Northwest Christian in their final regular season game of the season. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, February 5:

02/05/2019

(6th Grade) Boys Basketball - The 6th Grade Warriors opened their season last night against top ranked Sagemont and fought hard but fell short in the end by a score of 48-28. The first quarter was low scoring for the Warriors as Zach Schuster had the lone basket on a three pointer. The Warriors offense was much better in the second quarter as Zach Schuster added 8 more points to go along with a basket from teammate Benji Karp. Salomon Askenazi scored 4 quick points to open the second half and another three pointer by Benji Karp got the Warriors within 10 points of the Lions. Jacob Wigoda scored 3 points in the final frame but unfortunately the skill of the Lions was too much to overcome. Zach Schuster led the Warriors with a team high 11 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Benji Karp added 10 points and 5 assists. Salomon Ashkenazi led the Warriors on the glass with 10 rebounds to go along with his 4 points. The 6th Grade Warriors are back in action on Tuesday, February 12th when they take on Sheridan Hills Christian. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Monday, February 4:

02/04/2019

(JV) Boys Basketball - The Warriors (7-7) hosted rival Katz Yeshiva Storm last night in our gymnasium and put up a very good fight before falling in the end by a score of 64-61. The first quarter was very high scoring as both teams combined for 39 points. 11 Points by Jonathan Acevedo and 6 from Sammy Lurie helped the Warriors put 18 first quarter points on the board. The size of the Storm gave them a 3 point lead after one quarter of play. Scoring slowed down in the second quarter and the Warriors were able to take a halftime lead behind 5 more points from Jonathan Acevedo and baskets from Ari Zigelboim, Sammy Lurie and Asher Miller. Sammy Lurie connected on 5 three pointers in the second half and teammate Jonathan Acevedo added 12 more points, however the size of the Storm was too much to overcome in the end. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 27 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Sammy Lurie added a season high 23 points and 4 rebounds. Abraham Kantar led the Warriors with a game high 11 rebounds. The Warriors will now look to finish their season strong when they host Northwest Christian on Thursday, February 7th. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors took on rival Katz Yeshiva last night in our gymnasium and got the season sweep by a score of 39-24 over the Storm. The first quarter went back and forth as both teams struggled to score early. Baskets by Roye Ovaknin and David Lurie helped give the Warriors an early 11-8 lead. The second frame was all about defense as both teams combined for 9 total points. A three pointer from Roye Ovaknin and a basket from Bryan Saka put the Warriors up 16-12 at the halftime break. The Warriors extended their lead in the third quarter as David Lurie hit back to back three pointers and teammate Bryan Saka added one as well. Baskets by Alex Farkas and Jacob Stein in the 4th quarter sealed the win for the Warriors. Roye Ovaknin led the Warriors with 10 points and 3 rebounds while teammates Alex Farkas and Jacob Stein combined for 16 points and 24 rebounds. The Warriors will take today off before returning to action tomorrow, February 6th when they host Archbishop McCarthy. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors traveled up north to take on the Lady Rams of Posnack in the Semifinals of the FHSAA District Tournament and put up a valiant effort before falling short by a score of 38-24. The Lady Warriors played very good defense all night but struggled at times to score which led to the defeat. The Lady Warriors have concluded their regular season and will now take about a month off before taking part in our 14th Annual Hyman P. Galbut Girls Basketball Shabbaton from February 27th - March 2nd. Go Lady Warriors!

 

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January Recaps 2019

Thursday, January 31:

01/31/2019

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (7-6) hosted a very good Doctors Charters squad in our gymnasium and put together a very good effort in a 70-63 defeat to the Hawks. Scoring was high to start as Jonathan Acevedo scored 6 first quarter points and teammate Sammy Lurie added 6 as well. The Hawks however used their height to build a 18-12 lead after one quarter of play. The Warriors offense continued to thrive into the second quarter as Akiva Itzkowitz added 3 points and Asher Miller added a three pointer shortly after. A late run by the Hawks gave them a 37-30 lead at the halftime break. Jonathan Acevedo exploded in the third quarter as he scored 13 of his game high 38 points to get the Warriors within 4 points of the Hawks. Once again the Hawks used their size to open the lead back up to 8 with one quarter to play. Sammy Lurie and teammate Asher Miller combined for 10 points in the final frame but the size of the Hawks was too much to overcome. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with a game high 38 points and 4 rebounds while Ari Zigelboim added a game high 14 rebounds. Sammy Lurie and Asher Miller combined for 24 points and 6 assists on the night. The JV Warriors will look to get back to their winning ways when they host Katz Yeshiva on Monday, February 4th. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors hosted a good Hawks team from Doctors Charter last night in our gym and got one of their most impressive victories of the season by a score of 53-46. The Warriors offense opened the game on fire as David Lurie scored 3 quick baskets and teammate Jacob Stein added 8 points shortly after to give the Warriors a 10 point lead after one quarter of play. The Hawks then used their speed to get back into the game in the second quarter but back to back three pointers by Ben Rubinov helped give the Warriors a 3 point halftime lead. Both teams struggled to score in the third quarter but a three pointer by Noah Dobin and 5 points from David Lurie extended the Warriors lead to 5 with one quarter to play. Free throws won the game for the Warriors as they knocked down 11 of 14 in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Jacob Stein led the Warriors with 18 points and 13 rebounds while teammate David Lurie added 15 points and 6 rebounds. Alex Farkas was great on the glass and finished with 12 rebounds to go along with his 8 points. The Warriors will now look to make it 2 in a row when they host Katz Yeshiva on Monday, February 4th. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium.  

(V) Girls Basketball - The Varsity Lady Warriors hosted a non district foe in First Baptist last night and battled hard but fell short by a score of 40-25. Both teams played well in the first frame as Kayla Herskowitz, Kayla Sedighim and Kayla Wolfson each added baskets for the Lady Warriors. A late run by the Lady Hawks gave them a 5 point lead after one quarter of play. Scoring picked up in the second quarter as Brielle Katz scored 5 quick points and teammates Kayla Sedighim and Zoe Sugar added baskets shortly after to cut into the Lady Hawks lead. The Lady Warriors offense went cold in the second half as they only scored 8 points, which allowed the Lady Hawks to go home with the victory. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 9 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Brielle Katz added 7 points and 5 rebounds. Kayla Wolfson was great on the glass and finished with a team high 12 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will now head into the FHSAA District Tournament to take on Posnack on Monday, February 4th. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played at Somerset Prep. 

Wednesday, January 30:

01/30/2019

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (7-5) traveled west to take on Divine Savior and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 59-49. The Warriors are back in action today, January 31st when they host Doctors Charter in a non district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors also traveled west to take on the Sharks from Divine Savior and fell short in a district game by a score of 39-25. The Warriors will now end their regular season with 4 non district games starting with today, January 31st against Doctors Charter. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, January 29:

01/29/2019

Elementary Girls Basketball - The Elementary Lady Warriors opened their season yesterday against a very good BMA squad and battled close but fell short in the end by a score of 15-10. The first quarter was low scoring as both teams combined for 6 points. The Lady Warriors 2 points came on a foul shot by Lily Reinberg and a foul shot by Eliana Wolfson. Both teams scored 4 points in the second quarter with both Lady Warriors baskets coming from Eliana Wolfson. The Lady Bulldogs did not score for the first 5 minutes of the third quarter and back to back baskets once again from Eliana Wolfson put the Lady Warriors ahead by a score of 10-8. The Lady Bulldogs used their height in the final frame to score the game's last 7 points and seal the victory. Eliana Wolfson led the Lady Warriors with 9 points and 7 rebounds while Dani Kruger added a team high 9 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will take a week off before returning to action on Tuesday, February 5th as they take on Hillel Boca. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium.  

Fifth Grade Boys Basketball - The 5th Grade Warriors (1-0) hosted a good BMA squad last night to open their season and came out on top by a score of 18-14. The Warriors jumped out to an early 8-4 first quarter lead on three point baskets from Shlomo Itzkowitz and Caleb Gdanski. Both teams struggled to score in the second frame as Caleb Gdanski scored the lone points for the Warriors on a jump shot from 15 feet. The Warriors defense continued to be great in the third quarter as they held the Bulldogs scoreless. Back to back baskets from Orel Nachmani extended the Warriors lead to 14-6 with one quarter to play. The Bulldogs scored the first 6 points of the fourth quarter, but a layup by Caleb Gdanski with 1 minute left sealed the victory for the Warriors. Caleb Gdanski led the Warriors with 9 points and 4 assists while teammate Shlomo Itzkowitz added 5 points and 5 rebounds. Orel Nachmani led the Warriors with a game high 11 rebounds. The Warriors will take a week off before hosting Hillel Boca on Tuesday, February 5th. Tipoff is set for 5:45 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, January 8:

01/08/2019

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (5-5) traveled up north to take on the Lady Eagles from Northwest Christian for the second time this season and got the sweep by a score of 46-38. Brielle Katz led the Lady Warriors with a game high 17 points on 5 three pointers while teammate Kayla Sedighim added 10 points and 4 rebounds. Kayla Wolfson once again led the Lady Warriors with a game high 13 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will take some time off before hosting Carrolton on Monday, January 28th. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (7-4) hosted powerhouse Champagnat in our gymnasium last night and came away with a very impressive victory by a score of 59-52 in OT. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with a game high 30 points and 4 assists while teammates Asher Miller and Ben Rubinov combined for 17 points and 7 assists. Ari Zigelboim led the Warriors on the glass and finished with a game high 12 rebounds. The JV Warriors will now take a week off before hosting Ransom on Thursday, January 17th. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors also hosted 1st place Champagnat in our gymnasium last night and started strong but fell short to the Lions by a score of 66-45. David Lurie led the Warriors with a game high 15 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Moshe Goldring added 11 points and 4 assists. Jacob Stein and Alex Farkas controlled the inside and combined for 14 points and 21 rebounds. The Warriors will also take a week off before hosting Ransom on Thursday, January 17th. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gym. 

(V) Girls Soccer - The Lady Warriors hosted Greater Miami Academy for the second time this season and unfortunately fell short this time by a score of 3-0. Amit Shushan and Yael Bister each had 4 shots on goal while teammate Sophia Furman added 3. The Lady Warriors will now take a week off before traveling to Sagemont for the second time this season on Wednesday, January 16th. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the match will take place at Weston Regional Park.

Monday, January 7:

01/07/2019

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors hosted their rival the Lady Lions last night in our gymnasium and dominated the game from the start en route to a 62-22 victory. The Lady Warriors got off to a quick start as Zoe Sugar scored 7 of her 16 points in the first frame. Kayla Sedighim scored 5 and Samantha Ebner and Kayla Wolfson each added baskets to jump the Lady Warriors ahead 16-7 after one quarter of play. The Lady Warriors offense continued to roll as they outscored the Lady Lions 19-6 in the second quarter to put the halftime score at 35-13. Yakira Wolfson and Brielle Katz each added 4 points in the second half and Zoe Sugar added 9 more points to seal the victory for the Lady Warriors. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with a game high 18 points while teammate Zoe Sugar added 16 points and 5 assists in the win. Kayla Wolfson and Samantha Ebner each added 8 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Warriors. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, January 8th when they head to Northwest Christian for a non district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played at Northwest Christian. 

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (6-4) hosted their rivals last night in our gymnasium and got off to a great start while cruising to a 60-34 victory over the Hillel Lions. The Warriors offense was on fire out of the gate as Jonathan Acevedo scored 6 early points and teammate Akiva Itzkowitz added 4. Ben Rubinov and Ari Zigelboim combined for 5 points to put the Warriors ahead 15-1 after one quarter of play. Sammy Lurie opened the second frame with back to back three pointers to extend the Warriors lead and teammate Akiva Itzkowitz added 5 more points to help put the halftime score at 33-12 in favor of the Warriors. Abraham Kantar, Menachem Levy and Asher Miller each scored baskets to open the third quarter and 5 more points from Jonathan Acevedo put the Warriors ahead 51-26 with one quarter left to play. Gavriel Bramy scored 5 points in the final frame to help the Warriors seal the victory. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 15 points and 5 rebounds while Akiva Itzkowitz and Ben Rubinov combined for 22 points and 11 rebounds. Sammy Lurie and Ari Zigelboim were also great for the Warriors and combined for 12 points and 12 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tonight against a very good Champagnat team. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors also hosted their rival Hillel last night in our gymnasium and battled toe to toe with the Lions but fell short in the end by a score of 42-40. The first quarter went back and forth as both teams struggled to score early. David Lurie scored 4 points early and teammate Jacob Stein added 5 to put the first quarter score at 10-9 in favor of the Lions. Scoring picked up in the second quarter as Roye Ovaknin and David Lurie each added 3 pointers to jump the Warriors ahead. 3 points from Alex Farkas and 4 from Jacob Stein put the halftime score at 22-20 in favor of the Warriors. The Warriors offense struggled to score in the third quarter as a layup from Moshe Goldring and a three pointer from David Lurie were the only points, which gave the Lions a 4 point lead heading into the final frame. The final frame went back and forth but the Lions connected on 11 of 12 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. David Lurie led the Warriors with 15 points and 5 rebounds while Jacob Stein added 12 points and 12 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tonight when they take on top ranked Champagnat in a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 6:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

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December Recaps 2019

Monday, December 17:

12/17/18  

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (4-3) traveled up north to take on cross town rival Miami Country Day and shook off a slow start to defeat the Spartans 64-42. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 26 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Ben Rubinov added 13 points and 7 assists in the win. Ari Zigelboim and Abraham Kantar combined for 12 points and 15 rebounds and Akiva Itzkowitz led the team with 7 steals. The Warriors are back in action Thursday, December 20th when they host Somerset Key in a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors also traveled up north to take on the Spartans from Miami Country Day and got their first victory of the season in a 60-54 victory in OT. David Lurie led the Warriors with 21 points and 5 rebounds and Alex Farkas added 8 points and a game high 13 rebounds. Salomone Rosenthal and Moshe Goldring combined for 16 points and 8 rebounds while Bryan Saka added 2 crucial three pointers to secure the victory. The Warriors will now take a few days off before hosting Somerset Key on Thursday, December 20th in a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, December 11:

12/11/2018

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (2-3) traveled up north to take on rival Hillel and fell short on a last second shot by a score of 30-29. The Lady Warriors got off to a great start as Kayla Sedighim scored 5 early points to give her team a 5-0 lead. Kayla Wolfson added 4 shortly after to put the score at 9-2 after one quarter of play. The Lady Lions came back in the second quarter on back to back three pointers to put the halftime score at 15-13 in favor of the Lady Warriors. The score went back and forth for the rest of the game until a last second shot by the Lions gave them the victory. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 13 points and 6 rebounds while Kayla Wolfson added 8 points and 13 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will take today off before traveling to Posnack tomorrow, December 13th for a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in Posnack's gym.  

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (3-2) also traveled up north to take on the Lions from Hillel and jumped out to an early lead before holding on for a 55-51 victory. The Warriors jumped out to an early 12-0 lead behind 5 points from Jonathan Acevedo and 5 points from Sammy Lurie. The Lions scored the next 7 points but 4 points from Ari Zigelboim extended the lead once again. The Lions made a late push and the halftime score sat at 23-20 in favor of the Warriors. The second half went back and forth with each team making runs and each team responding. The Warriors found themselves up 2 with less than 20 seconds and a last second layup by Ari Zigelboim sealed the win for the Warriors. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 26 points and 6 rebounds while Ari Zigelboim and Abraham Kantar combined for 14 points and 12 rebounds. The Warriors will take today off before returning to action tomorrow, December 13th when they head to Posnack for a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Posnack. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors traveled up north to take on the Hillel Lions for the second time this season and fell short on a last second shot. The Warriors got off to a great start as their offense played well in the first quarter to jump them ahead 11-8 after one quarter of play. The remainder of the game went back and forth until about a minute left on the clock. The Lions scored a layup with 2 seconds left to take the victory. David Lurie led the Warriors with 16 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Alex Farkas added a game high 14 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action tomorrow, December 13th when they head to Posnack for a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM and the game will be played at Posnack.  

(V) Girls Soccer - The Varsity Lady Warriors traveled to Greater Miami Academy to take on the Lady Warriors and got their first victory of the seaosn via a score of 3-0! Amit Shushan got on the board first as she broke through the GMA defense and hit the back of the net on a 15 yard strike at the 20 minute mark. The GMA defense got better as the half went on and the Lady Warriors held their 1-0 lead at the halftime break. Sophia Furman added to the lead shortly after halftime as she provided a 20 yard strike of her own to extend the Lady Warriors lead. Yael Bister put the game away in the 60th minute as she dribbled through the GMA defense and hooked a shot into the corner of the goal. The Lady Warriors will now take today off before heading to Donna Klein tomorrow, December 13th for a non district matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Donna Klein's field.  

Monday, December 10:

12/10/2018

(MS) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (5-3) traveled up north to take on a very good Donna Klein squad and battled toe to toe with the Lady Eagles before falling 37-27 in their IAL Playoff game. Aliyah Katz led the Lady Warriors with 13 points and 7 rebounds while Sophie Lurie added 8 points and 5 rebounds. Shoshy Stein was great on the boards and finished with a game high 11 rebounds. The Lady Warriors finished their season above .500 for the 5thconsecutive season and got into the IAL Playoffs for the 4th consecutive season! A big thank you goes out to Coach Mallory for all of her hard work and dedication throughout the season! The future is bright in Lady Warrior Basketball!

Wednesday, December 5: 

12/06/2018

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (2-1) hosted Cushman last night in our gymnasium and put on an offensive show in a 80-47 rout of the Lions. The Warriors offense exploded from the start as Jonathan Acevedo scored 11 of his game high 31 points during the first quarter. Back to back three pointers from Sammie Lurie put the score at 25-14 after one quarter of play. Asher Miller got going in the second quarter as he scored 6 straight to extend the lead. 2 points from Jeremy Dobin and 5 more from Sammie Lurie put the halftime score at 53-32 in favor of the Warriors. Jonathan Acevedo extended the lead once again on 5 straight points to open the second half and 4 points from Akiva Itzkowitz ignited the running clock. Yoseph Melul scored 3 points in the fourth quarter to help seal the win for the Warriors and secure the highest point total any Warrior team has scored this season. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 31 points and 5 rebounds while teammate Sammie Lurie added 13 points and 5 assists. Ari Zigelboim dominated the inside and finished with 9 points and a game high 13 rebounds. The Warriors are back in action today, December 6th when they travel to Somerset Prep for a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Somerset Prep's gymnasium. 

Tuesday, December 4:

12/05/2018

(5th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors (6-2) headed up north to take on #2 seed BMA in the Semifinals of the JAL and put on a great showing in a 30-29 victory over the Bulldogs! The Warriors got on the board first when QB Arik Laber led them down the field with passes to WR Caleb Gdanski and WR Shlmo Itzkowitz to put the Warriors ahead 6-0. The Bulldogs scored on their second play and a successful extra point jumped them ahead 7-6. The Warriors responded with a 60 yard pass play to RB Ariel Cahane to jump them back ahead. A stop by the Warrior defense led to another score this time by WR Shlomo Itzkowitz to put the score at 18-7. A late score by the Bulldogs put the halftime score at 18-14. The Warriors got another defensive stop to open the second half and went right down the field and scored again on a 20 yard run by QB Arik Laber to extend their lead to 24-14. The game went back and forth for the next 10 minutes before a final score by WR Shlomo Itzkowitz sealed the win and a spot in the JAL Championship on Thursday! QB Arik Laber led the Warriors with 280 passing yards and 4 touchdowns while teammate RB Ariel Cahane added 180 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. WR Shlomo Itzkowitz added 80 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns in the win. The Warriors will now take on the Lions from Hillel Boca in the JAL Championship on Thursday, December 6th. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Hillel Boca. 

(MS) Girls Basketball - The MS Lady Warriors (5-1) traveled up north to Renaissance Pines for a battle for 1st place in the South division and came away with a 18-17 victory in OT! Ava Turesky led the Lady Warriors with 9 points while teammates Shoshy Stein and Lisa Cohen combined for 6 points and 14 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will finish up their regular season tomorrow, December 6th when they travel to Parkway Christian for a 3:30 PM tipoff. The game will be played at Parkway Christian.  

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (1-1) hosted a good Divine Savior squad last night in our gymnasium and battled tough before falling in the end by a score of 59-58. The Warriors jumped out to an early 19-10 first quarter lead behind 13 points from Jonathan Acevedo and 4 from Sammy Lurie. Scoring slowed down in the second quarter as Jonathan Acevedo scored 8 points in the frame to bring the halftime score to 30-24 in favor of the Warriors. The Sharks used their size in the third quarter and outrebounded the Warriors time after time to take the lead. A basket by Jeremy Dobin and 4 points from Sammy Lurie kept the score close. The game went back and forth in the final frame before the Sharks sealed the victory with clutch free throw shooting down the stretch. Jonathan Acevedo led the Warriors with 32 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Sammy Lurie added 15 points and 5 assists. Ari Zigelboim had a game high 14 rebounds for the Warriors. The JV Warriors are back in action tonight, December 5th when they take on Cushman. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball -The Warriors hosted a very improved Divine Savior squad in our gymnasium last night and fell behind early in a 55-50 loss to the Sharks. The Warriors offense went cold out of the gates and the Sharks were able to jump ahead 14-4 after one quarter of play. 7 points from David Lurie and three pointers by Ben Rubinov and Noah Dobin in the second quarter closed the gap to 26-19 at the halftime break. The Sharks used their aggressiveness in the third quarter to extend the lead back to double digits with one quarter to play. Noah Dobin and Roye Ovaknin each added back to back three pointers in the final frame but in the end the Sharks were too much to overcome. David Lurie led the Warriors with 13 points and 6 rebounds while teammates Noah Dobin and Moshe Goldring added 9 each. The Warriors will take today off before traveling to Somerset Prep tomorrow for another district matchup. Tipoff is set for 7:30 PM and the game will be played at Somerset Prep. 


Upcoming Warrior Games:

Sep 23
MS Boys FF @ Championship Academy
2019-2020 Athletics Game Calendar
Starts: 09/23/2019 @ 4:00 pm
Ends: 09/23/2019 @ 5:00 pm
1100 Hillcrest Drive Hollywood, FL 33021
Sep 23
Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country @ Hillel
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Starts: 09/23/2019 @ 5:00 pm
Ends: 09/23/2019 @ 7:00 pm
Oleta River State Park, 3400 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160, USA
Sep 26
Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country @ Larry Wooten Inv.
2019-2020 Athletics Game Calendar
Starts: 09/26/2019 @ 2:00 pm
Ends: 09/26/2019 @ 6:00 pm
Larry and Penny Thompson Park, 12451 SW 184th St, Miami, FL 33177, USA
Oct 31
4th & 5th Grade Boys Flag Football @ Lehrman
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Starts: 10/31/2019 @ 3:00 pm
Ends: 10/31/2019 @ 5:00 pm
Normandy Isle Park & Pool, 7030 Trouville Esplanade, Miami Beach, FL 33141, USA
Nov 5
5th Grade Boys Flag Football @ BMA
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Starts: 11/05/2019 @ 4:00 pm
Ends: 11/05/2019 @ 5:00 pm
BMA Field
Nov 25
V Girls Soccer vs. Keys Gate
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Starts: 11/25/2019 @ 3:30 pm
Ends: 11/25/2019 @ 5:00 pm
Flamingo Park Soccer Field (FPSF), QVP7+C6, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA

Upcoming Warrior Practices:

Sep 23
V Boys Flag Football Practice
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Starts: 09/23/2019 @ 4:30 pm
Ends: 09/23/2019 @ 5:30 pm
2400 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
Sep 25
Middle School Girls Basketball Tryouts
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Starts: 09/25/2019 @ 4:00 pm
Ends: 09/25/2019 @ 5:30 pm
2400 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140
Sep 25
V Boys Flag Football Practice
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Starts: 09/25/2019 @ 4:30 pm
Ends: 09/25/2019 @ 5:30 pm
2400 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140
Sep 25
Varsity Girls Volleyball Practice
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Starts: 09/25/2019 @ 5:00 pm
Ends: 09/25/2019 @ 6:30 pm
H.A Gym
Sep 26
4th/5th Grade Boys Flag Football Tryouts
2019-2020 Athletics Practice Calendar
Starts: 09/26/2019 @ 4:00 pm
Ends: 09/26/2019 @ 5:30 pm
2400 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140
Sep 29
V Boys & Girls Cross Country Practice
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Starts: 09/29/2019 @ 8:00 am
Ends: 09/29/2019 @ 9:30 am
Flamingo Park, 1200 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA