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Warrior Athletic Updates

December 2018

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. 

August 2018 Recaps

Wednesday, August 29, 2018:

08/29/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors hosted the Lady Lions from Hillel last night in their first match of the season and came away victories with a 2 set victory by scores of 25-15 & 25-16. Sarah Posner got the Lady Warriors going as she added 6 service points to jump her team ahead 7-2. The Lady Lions made a little run but 2 aces from Shoshy Stein and 3 service points from Abigail Horowitz gave the Lady Warriors a first set victory. Orr Atun opened the secodn set with a spike to set the tone and teammate Sophie Lurie followed with 3 service points to put the secodn set score at 4-0. The Lady Warriors maintained their lead for the next  15 points and 3 aces from Sarah Posner put the match away and secured the first ever victory for Middle School Girls Volleyball! Sarah Posner led the Lady Warriors with 15 service points and 5 aces while teammates Shoshy Stein and Sophie Lurie combined for 14 service points and 7 aces. The Lady Warriors will now take a few weeks off before returning to action on Monday, September 17thwhen they host Renaissance Pines at 3:30 PM in our gymnasium.  

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors opened their season last night against the Lady Lions from Hillel and played well but fell short in 3 sets by scores of 22-25, 23-25 15-25. Michaela Acevedo got the Lady Warriors going with 3 early service points. Teammate Amit Shushan added 3 kills and 2 digs soon after to put the first set score at 8-7. The rest of the set went back and forth before 3 late points from the Lady Lions gave them the first set victory. Yael Bister and Amit Shushan helped the Lady warriors open up an early 7-1 lead in the second set, however the next 6 points went to Hillel to tie the score at 7. Both teams played consistent Volleyball over the next 15 points and back to back kills from Michaela Acevedo gave the Lady Warriors a 21-17 lead. The Lady Lions took 7 of the last 8 points of the match to take a 2 set lead. The Lady Warriors ran out of gas in the third set and the Lady Lions escaped with the victory. Amit Shushan led the Lady Warriors with 9 kills and 4 aces while teammate Michaela Acevedo added 7 kills and 5 aces. Yael Bister was great on offense for the Lady Warriors and finished with a game high 27 assists while teammate Kayla Abramowitz finished with 8 service points. The Lady Warriors will take the rest of the week off before returning to action on Tuesday, September 4th against Divine Savior. First serve is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

September 2018 Recaps

Monday, September 17:

09/17/2018

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (3-3) traveled to Posnack for an important district matchup and fell short in 5 sets by scores of 26-24, 16-25, 16-25, 25-19 & 15-17. The Lady Warriors are back in action today when they head to Somerset Key for another key district matchup. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in Somerset Key's gymnasium. 

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The MS Warriors (1-1) hosted Renaissance Pembroke Pines in their first home contest of the season and fell short by a score of 31-12. The MS Warriors are back in action today, September 20th when they travel north to take on a very good BMA squad. Kickoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played on BMA's new field. 

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Warriors (4-1) traveled up north to take on a good Posnack squad and dominated the game from start to finish en route to a 35-20 victory. The Warriors will now take a few weeks off before returning to action on Tuesday, October 9th when they travel to first place Donna Klein. Kick off is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played on Donna Kleins field. 

Thursday, September 13:

09/13/18

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (3-2) headed down south to take on La Progresiva in a non district match and fell behind early but fought back to take the victory in 4 sets with scores of 22-25, 25-14, 25-20 & 25-14. The Lady Warriors got off to a slow start as the Lady Knights used their size and passing to take the first set. The Lady Warriors serving came alive in the second set as Amit Shushan and Michaela Acevedo combined for 13 service points to jump the Lady Warriors ahead 17-10. The Lady Knights scored 4 points in a row but great play from Shirelle Barrokh sealed the set for the Lady Warriors to tie up the overall score at 1-1. Alina Sterenfeld was the star in the third set as she assisted on 16 kills to give her team a 2-1 lead heading into the 4th set. Kayla Abramowitz and Yael Bister got the Lady Warriors going in the 4th set as they combined for 5 aces and 2 kills to put the score at 7-2. Great serving from the rest of the Lady Warriors sealed the victory and gave them their 3rd win of the season. Amit Shushan led the Lady Warriors with 9 aces and 11 kills while teammate Alina Sterenfeld added 27 assists for the Lady Warriors. Yael Bister and Kayla Abramowitz combined for 8 aces and 16 digs on the match. The Lady Warriors are back in action today when they head to Posnack for a district matchup. Tipoff is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in Posnack's gymnasium. 

Thursday, September 6:

09/06/2018 

(V) Girls VolleyballThe Varsity Lady Warriors (2-2) traveled to Dade Christian for their 3rd district match of the season and got the victory via forfeit to move to 2-2 on the season. The Lady Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Thursday, September 13th when they head to La Progressiva for a non district matchup. First serve is set for 3:30 PM and the match will be played at the Miami Springs Recreation Center. 

(V) Boys Flag Football- The Varsity Warriors (2-1) hosted Lake Worth Christian for a very important conference matchup and came away with a very crucial 21-20 victory over the Knights. The Knights got on the board first with an opening 80 yard drive to make the score of 6-0. The Warriors responded quickly as QB Bryan Saka led an 80 yard drive of his own and capped it with a 15 yard touchdown touchdown pass to WR Moshe Goldring. A successful extra point by the Warriors put the score at 7-6. After a huge defensive stop by the Warriors, QB Bryan Saka found WR Jacob Stein for a 40 yard pass to put the Warriors at the 10 yard line. QB Bryan Saka then scampered into the endzone to extend the Warriors lead to 14-6. A late score by the Knights before the half put the halftime score at 14-13 in favor of the Warriors. The Knights scored first coming out of the half and the Warriors found themselves down 20-14 with less than 3 minutes left in the game. QB Bryan Saka then hit WR Moshe Goldring foranother touchdown and a successful extra point by the Warriors put them ahead 21-20 with a minute left on the clock. An interception by S Jacob Stein sealed the win for the Warriors. QB Bryan Saka led the Warriors with 250 passing yards and 3 touchdowns while WR Moshe Goldring added 110 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. Asher Miller and Shuee Shaulson led the defense and combined for 13 flag pulls. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action onThursday, September 13 when they host Sagemont. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park. 

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Middle School Warriors (1-0) traveled up north to take on the Sharks from Sheridan Hills Christian and dominated the game from start to finish en route to a 40-0 victory. The Warriors got going quickly as QB David Saka hit WR Judah Stubbs for a 40 yard touchdown. A successful extra point put the score at 7-0. CB Spencer Lehman then grabbed a quick interception and returned it for a touchdown to extend the Warriors lead to 13-0. Owen Ebner then caught a 30 yard touchdown from QB Dovid Budwick after another Warriors stop to put the halftime score at 20-0. Jacob Assaraf opened the second half with an interception and once again Judah Stubbs found the endzone, this time on a 50 yard catch and run from QB Dovid Budwick. Owen Ebner then scampered 30 yards to put the game out of reach and send the Warriors home 1-0 to start their season. QB's David Saka and Dovid Budwick combined for 380 passing yards an 6 touchdowns and WR's Owen Ebner and Judah Stubbs combined for 250 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns. The Warriors will now take a few days off before hosting Renaissance Pines on Monday, September 17. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park. 

Wednesday, September 5:

09/05/2018

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Varsity Lady Warriors hosted the Lady Cougars from Cushman last night in our gymnasium and got their first victory of the season in 3 sets with scores of 25-15, 25-13 & 25-11. The Lady Cougars jumped out to an early lead behind great serving but the Lady Warriors stormed back behind 4 service points from Michaela Acevedo, and 3 aces from Amit Shushan. Three aces form Shirelle Baranes, and 3 from Kayla Abramowitz sent the Lady Warriors into the second set with a 1-0 lead. Michaela Acevedo got her team going quickly as she added 8 straight service points to open the second set. The Lady Cougars scored back to back points, however Yael Bister and Kayla Abramowitz combined for 9 of the next 11 points to give the Lady Warriors a 2 set lead. Amit Shushan served as the closer in the third set as she rallied of 11 straight serves to put the final set out of reach rather quickly. Michaela Acevedo led the Lady Warriors with 14 kills and 8 aces while teammate Amit Shushan added 17 service points and 7 kills. Yael Bister led the Lady Warriors with 27 assists on the night. The Lady Warriors were back in action on September 6th, when they traveled to Dade Christian for their third district match of the season. First serve was set for 5:00 PM and the match was played at Dade Christian. 

October 2018 Recaps

Tuesday, October 23:

10/23/2018

(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Varsity Warriors and Lady Warriors traveled to Greynolds Park for the FHSAA District Meet and put on a show as they advanced 9 athletes to FHSAA Regionals next week. For the girls, Samantha Ebner crossed the finish line first with a time of 25:20, good for 14th overall! Sydney Lugo crossed soon after with a time of 26:02 (15th overall) which qualified herself and Samantha for FHSAA Regionals next week! Abigail Gottlieb (26:17), Kayla Herskowitz (28:56) and Tehilia Schwab (29:07) rounded out the top 5 for the girls. The Girls team overall had a team score of 82, which put them in 3rd place to also qualify as a team for FHSAA Regioanls next week! This is the second year in a row that the entire girls team has qualified for FHSAA Regionals! For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz led the way for the Warriors with a time of 19:32 to put him 6th overall out of over 50 boys! Yakov Schwab crossed the finish line shortly after with a time of 20:28 (9th overall) to qualify both him and Akiva for FHSAA Regionals next week! Isaac Gottlieb and Benji Karp finished next with times of 22:53 & 22:54 while Jake Hoffman rounded out the top 5 with a time of 24:04. The entire girls team along with Akiva and Yakov will compete in the FHSAA Regional meet next Wednesday, October 31st. The meet will begin at 4:00 PM and will be run at S County Regional Park. 

Thursday, October 18:

10/18/2018

(4th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 4th Grade Warriors opened their season against a very good Posnack East squad and battled tough but fell short by a score of 13-0. QB Liel Kadosh played very well in his first game as he finished with 80 passing yards and 15 rushing yards. RB Chaim Sasi was a bright spot for the Warriors and finished with 70 rushing yards and a game high 7 flag pulls. The 4th Grade Warriors are back in action on Monday, October 22nd when they head to Hillel to face the Lions. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played on Hillel's field. 

(5th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors also hosted Posnack East yesterday on Posnack East's field and put together a great offensive performance in a 33-19 victory over the Rams. QB Arik Laber put on a show as he finished with 300 all purpose yards, 3 passing touchdowns and 5 interceptions on defense! Ariel Cahane was also all over the field and finished with 120 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns and 5 sacks on defense. Shlmo Itzkowitz and Orel Nachmani were also great on offense and combined for 120 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns and 8 flag pulls. The 5th Grade Warriors are also back in action on Monday, October 22nd when they head to Hillel for another JAL matchup. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played on Hillel's field. 

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Warriors headed up north to take on the Knights from Highlands Christian and battled toe to toe with a very good team but fell short by a score of 24-18. QB Bryan Saka finished the game with 200 passing yards and 3 touchdowns while WR's Moshe Goldring and Jacob Stein combined for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Warriors qualified for the IAL Playoffs for the 3rd consecutive season and will now face #1 seed Lake Worth Christian on Monday, October 22nd. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Donna Klein. 

Wednesday, October 17:

10/17/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors traveled to Parkway Christian in their final match of the season and battled close with the Lady Panthers but fell short in 2 sets by scores of 20-25, 15-25. Sarah Posner was a bright spot for the Lady Warriors as she added a season high 17 assists in the match. Sophie Lurie and Ava Turetsky combined for 7 kills and 13 digs while teammates Lisa Cohen and Shoshy Stein combined for 6 aces and 9 digs. Despite the loss, it was a great season for the Lady Warriors who notched their first victory in program history this season! A big thank you to Coach Stephen for all of his hard work and dedication and I can't want to see what the future holds for Middle School Girls Volleyball!

(MS) Boys Flag Football - The Warriors also traveled to Parkway Christian to take on a very good Panther squad and put up a good fight before falling in the end by a score of 30-7. QB David Saka led the Warriors with 200 passing yards and a touchdown while teammates Spencer Lehman and Owen Ebner combined for 120 receiving yards. This was the final game of the season for the Warriors and they will look to get better and better for next season. A big thank you goes out to Coach Berman for all of his hard work throughout the season. Go Warriors!

Tuesday, October 16:

10/16/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors (3-3) hosted Renaissance Pines in a conference matchup and defeated the Lady Patriots in 2 sets by scores of 25-18, 25-20. Orr Atun started the set off strong as she converted 10 serves in a row to jump her team out to an early 10-4 lead. The Lady Patriots scored the next 4 points, but 3 spikes from Sophie Lurie extended the Lady Warriors lead back up to 13-8. Strong serving and defense from the Lady Warriors sealed the first set in the best of 3 series. Sarah Posner was the strong server in the second set as she rallied off 7 straight to jump the Lady Warriors ahead early. The Lady Patriots used their size to get back into the set, but strong net play from Lisa Cohen and Shoshy Stein sealed the win for the Lady Warriors to bring them to 3-3 on the season. Orr Atun led the Lady Warriors with 12 service points and 6 digs while teammates Sarah Posner, Sophie Lurie and Shoshy Stein combined for 14 kills and 18 digs. The Lady Warriors will complete their season today, October 17th when they travel to Parkway Christian. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played at Parkway Christian.  

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Boys Varsity Football team (5-2) hosted Divine Savior in a conference matchup and dominated the game from start to finish en route to a 47-0 victory over the Sharks. The victory secured a spot in the playoffs for the Warriors next week. They will finish their regular season tomorrow, October 18th when they travel to Highlands Christian for a 6:00 PM kickoff. The game will be played at Highlands Field. 

(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Warriors & Lady Warriors hosted their first ever home meet in Surfside and both finished in 1st place out of 6 teams, while breaking school records in the process! For the girls, Abby Hoffman finished 2nd overall out of 40 girls with a new school record time of 23:35! Samantha Ebner crossed the finish line shortly after in 3rd place overall with a time of 25:36. Sydney Lugo (25:43) Abigail Gottlieb (26:10) and Tehilia Schwab (28:46) rounded out the top 5 and gave the Lady Warriors a winning score of 20 points! For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz finished 2ndoverall with a new school record of 19:01.7! Yakov Schwab finished in 7th place overall with a time of 21:15, while teammates Mark Levy (21:59), Dylan Delgiglio (23:08) and Issac Gottlieb (23:19) rounded out the top 5 for the Warriors. The boys finished with a team score of 32 points which was 20 points ahead of the next closest team! This is the second meet that both teams have won this season! They hope to continue the momentum when they travel to Greynolds Park for the District meet on Tuesday, October 23rd. The girls will run at 2:30 PM, followed by the boys at 3:30 PM. 

Monday, October 15:

10/15/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Middle School Lady Warriors traveled up north to take on the first place Lady Eagles from Renaissance Cooper City and battled tough but fell short in 2 sets by scores of 18-25 & 16-25. The Lady Warriors jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead behind 3 service points from Sophie Lurie. The Lady Eagles rallied off the next 4 points, but great defense by the Lady Warriors kept them in the set. Sarah Posner and Shoshy Stein each added kills in the set, but the Lady Eagles were too powerful and took a 1-0 lead. The second set was similar to the first as the Lady Warriors played great defense but the serving power was too much to overcome. Ava Turesky & Sophie Lurie combined for 6 kills and 5 aces while teammates Sarah Posner and Shoshy Stein added 11 digs and 7 service points. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, October 16th when they take on Renaissance Pines in another conference matchup. First serve is set for 3:30 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, October 11:

10/11/2018

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (7-5) hosted La Progressiva in their final match of the season and put on a show in their 3 set victory by scores of 25-9, 25-15, 25-17. The Lady Warriors started off strong as Kayla Abramowitz connected on 6 straight service points to jump the LadyWarriors out to an early 6-0 lead. La Progressiva added the next 2 points, but 3 aces from Amit Shushan and 6 service points from Shirel Baranes sealed the first set victory for the Lady Warriors. The second set was much of the same but this time Kayla Abramowitz rallied off 8 service points to give her team an early lead. 3 aces from Alina Sterenfeld and 7 assists from Yael Bister gave the Lady Warriors a 2 set lead. The final set was all about Senior Amit Shushan as she connected on 7 of her game high 15 kills to seal the victory for the Lady Warriors on Senior Night. Amit Shushan led the Lady Warriors with 15 kills and 4 aces while teammates Kayla Abramowitz and Yael Bister combined for 34 digs and 22 assists. The Lady Warriors ended their season 7-5 and on a 3 match winning streak! A huge thank you to Coach Stephen for all of his hard work throughout the season and to lone Senior Amit Shushan for all she has done for this program! Lady Warrior Volleyball is on the rise!

Wednesday, October 10:

10/09/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (2-2) hosted a very good ACES squad yesterday in our gymnasium and battled toe to toe with the Lady Eagles but fell short in 2 sets by scores of 18-25, 17-25. The Lady Warriors started strong as Sophie Lurie recorded 3 straight aces to give her team an early lead. Shoshy Stein and Ava Turetsky combined for 3 aces and 6 digs, but the size and strength of the Lady Eagles was too much to overcome in the first set. The Lady Warriors also opened the second set with 4 early points, this time on set pieces. The Lady Eagles used their size once again to regain the lead, but the Lady Warriors did not go away. Orr Atun provided 2 aces down the stretch and teammate Sarah Posner added 5 digs but unfortunately the Lady Eagles got out with the victory. Ava Turetsky led the Lady Warriors with 11 digs while teammates Shoshy Stein and Sophie Lurie combined for 7 aces and 8 kills. The Lady Warriors will take the rest of the week off before returning to action on Monday, October 15th against Renaissance Cooper City. First serve is set for 4:15 PM and the match will be played in the Renaissance gym. 

(MS) Boys Flag Football- The 5th Grade Boys Flag Football team also hosted a good ACES squad and battled tough but fell short by a score of 20-6. QB's David Saka and Dovid Budwick combined for 220 passing yards and a touchdown while Ben Farkas, Owen Ebner and Spencer Lehman combined for 160 receiving yards and a touchdown. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Wednesday, October 17th against Parkway Christian. Kickoff is set for 4:15 PM and the game will be played at Parkway Christian.  

(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Varsity Warriors & Lady Warriors headed north to participate in the Hillel Invitational and broke records left and right on their way to 1st place finishes! For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz crossed the finish line first for the Warriors with a time of 19:51, which was good for 2nd overall out of 40 runners! Yakov Schwab was close behind with a time of 22:48 (5th overall) and teammates Mark Levy (22:49), Dylan Delgiglio (23:38) and Issac Gottlieb (22:39) rounded out the top 5 for the Warriors. The boys finished with 28 points which placed them 1st overall out of 5 teams! For the girls, Samantha Ebner was the first ever female in school history to win an entire meet individually and did so with a time of 24:51 (school record) to finish 1st out of 40 girls! Abby Hoffman was close behind and finished with a time of 24:59 (2nd overall). Abigail Gottlieb (26:21) finished 4th overall, Sydney Lugo (26:24) finished 5th overall and Tehilia Schwab (31:18) finished 14th overall to complete the top 5 runners for the girls. The LadyWarriors finished with 26 total points to also finish 1st overall out of 5 teams! An absolutely record breaking day for both teams and we all should be very proud! Both teams will take a few days off before hosting our very first home meet on Tuesday, October 15th in Surfside. The girls will run at 4:00 PM followed by the boys at 4:45 PM. 

Tuesday, October 9:

10/08/2018

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (6-5) hosted non district foe Doctors Charter in our gymnasium on Tuesday and played their best match of the season en route to a 4 set victory with scores of 25-18, 24-26 25-23 & 25-23. The Lady Warriors jumped out to a quick 6-2 lead in the first set behind 5 service points from Yael Bister. The Lady Hawks scored 3 straight points, but 3 aces and 3 kills from Amit Shushan brought the score back up to 11-5. Shirel Baranes and Kayla Abramowitz then combined for 12 digs, 4 aces and 3 kills to give the Lady Warriors a 1-0 lead in the best of 5 series. The second set went back and forth the entire time before the Lady Hawks put it away in the end with their strong net play to tie the score at 1-1. The third set was similar to the first as both teams were equal throughout most of the set. Kayla Abramowitz rallied off 9 straight service points to give the Lady Warriors a lead at the end. A missed serve by the Lady Hawks gave the Lady Warriors a 2-1 lead. Michaela Acevedo was the lucky charm in the 4th set as she rallied off 11 service points to keep the match close. With the score at 24-23, Gal Gottesmann provided a game winning ace for the Lady Warriors to give them their second victory in a row. Amit Shushan led the Lady Warriors with 8 aces and 17 kills while teammates Kayla Abramowitz and Yael Sterenfeld combined for 45 digs and 33 assists on the match. The Lady Warriors will take today off before completing their season tomorrow, October 11th against La Progressiva. First serve is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 5th Grade Boys Flag Football team headed north to take on a very good BMA squad and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 33-26. After the Bulldogs got on the board first, QB Arik Laber led the Warriors down the field and hit RB Ariel Cahane for a 15 yard touchdown to tie the score at 6. The Bulldogs retook the lead on the next possession but unfortunately this time a bad bounce ended the drive for the Warriors. The Bulldogs scored once more before halftime and took a 19-6 lead into the break. QB Arik Laber led a drive to open the second half on a 30 yard pass to Shlomo Itzkowitz and a 20 yard run. QB Arik Laber scampered into the endzone and succeeded on the extra point to bring the score to 19-13. After another BMA score, S Arik Laber intercepted a pass and scored to keep the game within one touchdown. QB Arik Laber found RB Ariel Cahane for a 70 yard touchdown at the end of the game but it was a little too late and the Bulldogs got the victory. QB Arik Laber led the Warriors with 260 yards and 2 touchdowns while teammate Ariel Cahane added 160 yards and 2 touchdowns. CB Shlomo Itzkowitz led the Warriors with a game high 11 flag pulls. The Warriors will take a week off before heading to Hochberg Prep for another conference game on Thursday, October 18th. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played at Highland Oaks Park.  

(V) Boys Flag Football - The Varsity Warriors (4-2) headed north to take on a very good Donna Klein squad and were ahead most of the game before falling 13-12 in the end. The Warriors will now need a victory on Thursday, October 11th to qualify for the IAL playoffs. Kickoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played at Highlands Christian. 

Monday, October 8:

10/08/2018

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (5-5) hosted rival Katz Yeshiva in our gymnasium and dominated the match from the start en route to a 3 set victory with scores of 25-9, 25-22 & 25-15. The Lady Warriors jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead behind 4 aces from Alina Sterenfeld. Amit Shushan got in on the action with 3 kills and an ace shortly after to lengthen the lead to 9-1. After a few points from the Lady Storm, Shirel Baranes and Kayla Abramowitz combined for 6 aces and 14 digs to put away the first set and take a 1-0 lead. The second set was closer as the Lady Storm played much more consistent. Alina Sterenfeld once again served 5 in a row to give her team a slight 16-13 advantage. Great serving down the stretch from Gal Gottesmann sealed the set for the Lady Warriors. Yael Bister and Kayla Abramowitz put away the third set rather quickly as they combined for 8 aces, 16 digs and 7 assists to open the third set. A late charge from the Lady Storm was not enough and the Lady Warriors got the victory. Amit Shushan led the Lady Warriors with 12 kills and 8 aces while teammate Kayla Abramowitz added 6 kills and 27 digs. Yael Bister and teammate Shirel Baranes combined for 32 assists. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, October 9th when they take on Doctors Charter in a non district matchup. First serve is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, October 5:

10/05/2018

(MS) Girls Volleyball - The MS Lady Warriors (2-1) hosted a very good Sheridan Hills squad yesterday in our gymnasium and battled tough but fell short in 2 very close sets by scores of 28-26 & 25-21. The first set went back and forth as each team provided great serving to secure points. Ava Turetsky provided a spark as she rallied off 7 straight serves to give the Lady Warriors a slight 17-15 edge. The remainder of the set went back and forth before 2 late kills by the Lady Sharks gave them the victory. Shoshy Stein and Sophie Lurie opened the second set by assisting and hitting on the first 6 plays to give their team an early lead. The power from the Sharks was a lot to overcome, but the Lady Warriors did their best to stay in the match behind great defense. A late rally from the Lady Sharks sent them home with the victory. Sophie Lurie led the Lady Warriors with 22 assists on the match while teammate Ava Turetsky added 8 aces. Shoshy Stein led the attack with 7 kills. The Lady Warriors will now take a few days off before hosting ACES on Wednesday, October 10th. The match is set for 3:30 PM and will be played in our gymnasium.  

(V) Girls Volleyball - The Lady Warriors (4-4) hosted the Horeb Christian Lady Mustangs in a district match and started fast but couldn't hold on as they fell short in 4 sets with scores of 25-18, 14-25, 19-25 & 27-25. The Lady Warriors started strong with great serving from Michaela Acevedo and Alina Sterenfeld. Consistent defensive play from the Lady Warriors jumped them out to a 1-0 set lead. The Lady Mustangs came alive in the second set as they used their power to even the score at 1-1 after 2 sets. Alina Sterenfeld was on attack in the third set as she connected on 6 of her game high 11 aces during the set to even the score at 17-17. A late run by the Lady Mustangs put them ahead 2-1 in the best of 5 series. The Lady Warriors jumped out to an early lead in the fourth set behind 4 aces from Michaela Acevedo and 3 kills from Amit Shushan. The Lady Warriors continued applying the pressure to hopefully even the score, but a late rally by the Lady Mustangs gave them the victory. Alina Sterenfeld led the Lady Warriors with 11 kills and 6 aces while teammate Michaela Acevedo added 6 aces and 5 kills. Kayla Abramowitz was the star on defense as she added a season high 47 digs during the match. The Lady Warriors will take the weekend off before returning to action on Monday, October 8th when they host Katz Yeshiva. First serve is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys & Girls Cross Country - The Varsity Boys & Girls Cross Country teams competed in their second meet of the year at Sagemont and both put on a great showing in securing 2nd overall out of 5 teams. For the boys, Akiva Itzkowitz led the way with a wonderful time of 19:46 which was good for 2nd overall out of almost 60 boys! Yakov Schwab was close behind with a 21:55 (5th overall) and teammates Mark Levy (23:09), Dylan Del Giglio (23:23) and Isaac Gottlieb (24:41) rounded out the top 5 for the Warriors. Mark Levy and Isaac Gottlieb ran personal best times at the meet! For the girls, Abby Hoffman ran her best race of the year with a time of 25:12, good for 4th overall! Samantha Ebner (26:41), Abigail Gottlieb (27:32), Sydney Lugo (27:53) and Kayla Herskwoitz (31:32) rounded out the top 5 for the Lady Warriors. Both teams should be very proud and will look to build on their success when they head to the Hillel meet next Wednesday, October 10th. The meet will be run at Oleta State Park and begin at 4:00 PM. 

November 2018 Recaps

Thursday, November 29:

11/29/2018

(JV) Boys Basketball - The JV Warriors (1-0) opened up their season last night against Greater Miami Academy and dominated the game from the start en route to a 52-27 victory! The Warriors offense got going quickly as Sammie Lurie scored 3 quick baskets and teammate Jonathan Acevedo added back to back three pointers shortly after. A basket by Menachem Levy put the first quarter score at 15-3. The Warriors kept their foot on the gas pedal as Jeremy Dobin and Ari Zighelboim added baskets to help extend the lead. Three pointers from Sammie Lurie and Jonathan Acevedo put the halftime score at 30-9 in favor of the Warriors. The Warriors offense picked up where it left off to open the second half as Abraham Kantar added 2 quick baskets to extend the lead even further. 6 points from Akiva Itzkowitz and 6 from Isaac Gelsky in the final frame sealed the win for the Warriors. Sammie Lurie led the Warriors with 13 points and 5 assists while teammates Jonathan Acevedo and Ari Zigelboim combined for 18 points and 14 rebounds. The JV Warriors will take a few days off before hosting Divine Savior on Tuesday, December 4th at 6:00 PM. The game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Warriors hosted a very good Seacrest Country Day squad from Naples and battled early before falling in the end by a score of 60-37. The Warriors got off to a great start as Noah Dobin connected on back to back three pointers and teammate David Lurie scored 5 in a row to put the Warriors ahead 11-4. The Storm unfortunately scored the next 12 points to end the frame with a score of 16-11. The Storm opened the second quarter with 6 in a row to extend their lead but three pointers from Noah Dobin and David Lurie got the Warriors back in the game. Moshe Goldring then connected onback to back baskets and Alex Farkas scored shortly after to get the Warriors within 2. The Storm scored the next 5 and the halftime score sat at 32-25. The Storm took off in the 3rd quarter as they outscored the Warriors 20-3. Ben Rubinov hit back to back three pointers in the final frame but the deficit was too much to overcome. Noah Dobin and David Lurie led the Warriors with 9 points each while Alex Farkas finished with 4 points and a game high 12 rebounds. The Warriors will now dive into district play next week when they host Divine Savior Academy on Tuesday, December 4th. Tipoff is set for 7:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Wednesday, November 28:

11/28/2019

(V) Girls Basketball- The Lady Warriors (2-1) hosted Marathon last night in a non district contest and battled tough but fell short by a score of 41-29. Scoring was tough to come by in the first quarter as both teams combined for 6 points. A free throw by Kayla Sedighim was the lone point for the Lady Warriors as they found themselves trailing 5-1 after one. Scoring picked up in the second quarter as Kayla Sedighim added 4 more points and Nicole Rosenthal got on the board. Unfortunately the Lady Dolphins scored 15 points during the frame and extended their lead to 20-9 at the halftime break. Zoe Sugar added a basket to open the second half and teammate Kayla Wolfson added a free throw to cut into the lead briefly. The Lady Dolphins scored the last 5 points of the quarter to put the score at 28-15 with one quarter to play. Nicole Rosenthal scored three straight baskets in the final quarter but the size from the Lady Dolphins was too much to overcome. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 15 points and 7 rebounds while teammate Nicole Rosenthal added 8 points and 3 assists. The Lady Warriors will now take a few days off before traveling to Somerset Prep next Thursday, December 6th. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played at Somerset Prep. 

Tuesday, November 27:

11/27/18

(V) Girls BasketballThe Lady Warriors (2-0) hosted Chaminade Madonna last night in our gymnasium and moved their record to 2-0 with a convincing 47-14 victory over the Lady Lions. Kayla Sedighim got going quickly as she scored 8 quick points to jump the Lady Warriors out to a quick lead. Kayla Herskowitz added 4 shortly after and Zoe Sugar connected on a basket and free throw to put the 1st quarter score at 16-2 in favor of the Lady Warriors. Zoe Sugar exploded in the second quarter as she scored 8 of her game high 15 points to extend the Lady Warriors lead. Brielle Katz got on the board with a basket and 3 from Kayla Sedighim put the halftime score at 31-2. Scoring slowed down in the third quarter for the Lady Warriors and the Lady Lions cut into the lead. Brielle Katz secured the win in the final frame for the Lady Warriors by scoring 8 of her 10 points. Zoe Sugar led the Lady Warriors with 15 points and 6 assists while teammates Kayla Sedighim and Brielle Katz combined for 24 points and 11 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will play their third game in a row tonight, November 28th when they host Marathon HS. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(V) Girls Soccer - The Lady Warriors hosted Sagemont in a non district matchup and fought a tough battle against the Lady Lions that ended in a 1-1 draw. The Lady Warriors got on the board first as Yael Bister went the length of the field and found the back of the net in the 15th minute to give her team an early 1-0 lead. The Lady Lions defense went 65 minutes without allowing another goal and their offense was able to add an equalizer with less than 10 minutes left in the game. Amit Shushan and Yael Bister each had a few opportunities to score at the end but all their shots went just outside of the goal. The Lady Warriors will now take a few weeks off before traveling to GMA on Tuesday, December 11th for a non district matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the match will be played on the GMA field. 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors headed to Chaminade Madonna to face one of the best teams in the state and fell short by the score of 73-45. David Lurie led the Warriors with 17 points and 8 rebounds while teammate Moshe Goldring added 12 points and a game high 7 assists. The Warriors will take today off before returning to action tomorrow, November 29th when they host Seacoast Country Day. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and will be played in our gymnasium. 

Monday, November 26:

11/26/2018

(MS) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (4-1) hosted the Lady Eagles from ACES last night in our gymnasium and fell behind early before storming back for the 26-22 victory! The Lady Warriors offense was hard to come by in the first half as Ava Turetsky and Lisa Cohen had the only baskets for the half. The Lady Eagles used their size to open up a 13-4 halftime lead. The Lady Warriors offense opened the second on fire as Ava Turetsky connected on back to back to back three pointers to close the gap to 14-12. A three pointer by Abigail Horowitz gave the Lady Warriors a brief lead before the Lady Eagles took it  right back before the fourth quarter. Abigail Horowitz opened the final frame with back to back baskets to give the Lady Warriors a 2 point lead and teammate Sophie Lurie hit 2 free throws at the end to seal the win. Ava Turetsky led the Lady Warriors with 11 points and 6 rebounds while teammate Abigail Horowitz ended the game with 7 points and 7 steals. The Lady Warriors will take a week off before traveling to Renaissance Pines on Tuesday, December 4th. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Piccolo Park. 

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (1-0) opened their season on the right foot yesterday against the Lady Hawks from Northwest Christian as they cruised to a 42-20 victory! The Lady Warriors jumped out to an early 11-6 first quarter lead behind 5 points from Kayla Sedighim and baskets from Kayla Herskowitz, Zoe Sugar and Kayla Wolfson. Nicole Rosenthal got on the board in the second quarter with a fast break layup while her team scored 6 more points in the frame to extend their lead to 17-10 at the halftime break. The Lady Warriors offense exploded in the third quarter as they scored 10 straight points to jump their lead to 17 points. The Lady Hawks only scored 3 points during the third quarter which put the Lady Warriors ahead by 14 with one quarter to play. Brielle Katz scored 4 points in the final frame and Kayla Herskwoitz, Zoe Sugar and Nicole Rosenthal each added baskets to seal the victory. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 9 points and 6 rebounds while teammates Kayla Herskowitz and Zoe Sugar combined for 15 points and 7 steals. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, November 27th when they host Chaminade Madonna in a non district matchup. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, November 20:

11/20/2018

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors hosted rival Hillel last night for the JDSF Preseason Classic Championship and took a lead early before falling in the end by a score of 53-51. The first quarter was a good one for the Warriors as they connected on 3 three pointers to jump out to an early 17-5 first quarter lead. David Lurie then scored 7 of his game high 19 points in the second quarter to help extend the lead. Late baskets by Solomone Rosenthal and Alex Farkas put the halftime score at 28-13 in favor of the Warriors. The Hillel offense came alive in the third quarter as they connected on back to back three pointers early to cut into the lead. Noah Dobin added 5 points during the frame but a late 7-0 run by the Lions put the score at 40-36 with one quarter to play. The Warriors unfortunately only connected on 2 baskets in the final quarter and Hillel was able to make enough foul shots in the end to steal the win. David Lurie led the Warriors with 19 points and 6 rebounds while Solomone Rosenthal added 14 points and 7 rebounds. The Warriors will now take the rest of the week off before traveling to Chaminade Madonna for a non district matchup on Tuesday, November 27th. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM and the game will be played at Chaminade Madonna. 

(MS) Girls Basketball - The MS Lady Warriors (3-1) hosted Renaissance Cooper City in a league matchup and dominated the game from the start en route to a 29-9 victory over the Lady Patriots. Ava Turetsky got the game started with a three pointer and teammate Shoshy Stein added a basket shortly after to put the first quarter score at 5-0. Scoring picked up in the second quarter as Ava Turesky added 5 more points and Shoshy Stein added 4 more to extend the Lady Warriors lead to 14-2 at the halftime break. Aliyah Katz, Orelle Elharar and Lizzy Ebner got in the scoring column in the second half to extend the lead to 20-2 but a foul shot at the end of the frame by the Lady Patriots put the score at 20-3 after three quarters of play. Lily Courtney, Abigail Horowitz and Lizzy Ebner each got baskets in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Ava Turetsky led the Lady Warriors with 11 points and 6 rebounds while Shoshy Stein finished with 6 points and 7 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will take the rest of the week off before hosting ACES on Monday, January 26th. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

(5th Grade) Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors hosted Lehrman yesterday at Flamingo Park and defeated the Lions 35-12 to finish their season 5-2 and the #2 seed in the Playoffs. The Warriors found themselves down 6-0 early after a quick score from the Lions. QB Arik Laber then drove down the field and scampered into the endzone to tie the score at 6. An extra point to WR Caleb Gdanski put the Warriors ahead 7-6. After a Warriors stop on defense, QB Arik Laber hit RB Ariel Cahane for a 40 yard touchdown right before halftime to put the score at 14-6. A late score by the Lions put the score at 14-12 at the halftime break. QB Arik Laber opened the second half with a 60 yard drive capped off with a 10 yard touchdown pass to WR Caleb Gdanski. A successful extra point extended the lead to 21-12. After a Caleb Gdanski interception, the Warriors drove back down the field and this time WR Shlomo Itzkowitz found the endzone to extend the Warriors lead. A late interception by S Orel Nachmani sealed the win for the Warriors. QB Arik Laber led the Warriors with 250 yards of total offense and 2 touchdowns while teammate Ariel Cahane added 130 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Warriors are now the #2 seed in the playoffs and will play #3 seed BMA Wednesday, December 5th. The time and place has yet to be determined. 

Monday, November 19:

11/19/2018 

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Boys Warriors opened their season last night in the JDSF Preseason Classic against Katz Yeshiva and put together a dominating performance in a 57-40 victory over the Storm. The first quarter was a close one as both teams went back and forth after the Warriors got down 10-1 early. Three pointers from Jonathan Acevedo and Solomone Rosenthal got the Warriors within 1 after one quarter of play. The Warriors offense exploded in the second quarter as David Lurie scored 8 of his game high 13 points to give the Warriors the lead. Alex Farkas added 7 points shortly after and 4 from Jacob Stein put the halftime score at 33-19 in favor of the Warriors. Noah Dobin opened the second half with back to back three pointers to extend the Warriors lead and teammate David Lurie hit one shortly after to put the Warriors ahead by 20. The Storm made a run in the fourth quarter but it was not enough as Daniel Merran knocked down a three pointer to seal the win for the Warriors. Alex Farkas and David Lurie led the Warriors with 13 points apiece while Jonathan Acevedo, Moshe Goldring & Noah Dobin each added 6 points. The Warriors will now take on Hillel for the JDSF Championship tonight, November 20th. Tipoff is set for 7:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium.  

Thursday, November 15:

11/15/2018

(4th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 4th Grade Warriors traveled up north to take on the Rams from Posnack East and fell behind early before storming back for the 18-14 victory! The Rams scored on their first 2 possessions to jump out to an early 14-0 lead. QB Liel Kadosh then led a 60 yard drive capped off with a 10 yard touchdown pass to WR Joseph Kopel to put the score at 13-6. Michael Hackman then intercepted a pass from the Rams which gave the Warriors the ball at midfield. This time RB Chaim Sasi took the handoff 45 yards to the 5 yard line and punched it in on the next play to bring the score to 14-12. The Warriors got another stop to get the ball back with less than 5 minutes in the game. QB Liel Kadosh found WR Joseph Kopel again for a 15 yard touchdown to give the Warriors the lead with less than 2 minutes left in the game. A crucial interception by Ariel Pinhasov sealed the win for the Warriors! QB Liel Kadosh led the Warriors with 130 passing yards and 2 touchdowns while teammate Chaim Sasi added 120 rushing yards and a touchdown. WR Joseph Kopel added 90 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns for the game. The Warriors will now take some time off before awaiting their playoff situation which will come in the next week. Go Warriors!

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors hosted Katz Yeshiva in the Championship Game of the JDSF Preseason Classic last night in our gymnasium and put up a good fight before falling in the end by a score of 44-30. The Lady Warriors came out firing as Kayla Sedighim, Adira Kahn and Kayla Wolfson each added baskets in the first quarter. A late 6-0 run by the Lady Storm put them ahead 9-6 after one. Kayla Sedighim scored the first 7 points of the second quarter to give the Lady Warriors the lead, however back to back three pointers by the Lady Storm sent them into halftime with a 21-17 lead. Nicole Rosenthal and Zoe Sugar connected on three pointers in the third quarter, however 3 more three pointers from the Lady Storm put the score at 32-26 with one quarter to play. Kayla Herskowitz got the first basket of the fourth quarter on a steal and score but the Lady Storm connected on back to back three pointers again to seal the victory. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 9 points and 7 rebounds while teammates Brielle Katz and Zoe Sugar combined for 8 points and 8 rebounds. The Lady Warriors will now take a week off before opening up their season at home against Northwest Christian on Monday, November 26th. Tipoff is set for 5:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

 

Wednesday, November 14:

11/14/2018

(5th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors (4-2) traveled up north to take on the Rams from Posnack and jumped ahead early while hanging on for the victory by a score of 26-24. The Rams got on the board first as they scored on the first play of the game. The Warriors denied the extra point to leave the score at 6-0. Shlomo Itzkowitz got the game tied quickly after as he took a handoff 60 yards to tie the score at 6. A successful extra point put the Warriors ahead 7-6. The Warriors got a stop on the next possession and then Shlomo Itzkowitz took another handoff for 50 yards to extend the Warriors lead to 13-6. Another defensive stop gave the ball back to the Warriors before the half. QB Arik Laber then found RB Ariel Cahane for a 40 yard touchdown right before the half to put the score at 20-6. The Rams got back in the game to start the second half as they scampered 75 yards to cut into the lead. After the Warriors were forced to punt, the Rams scored again on another 75 yard run to put the score at 20-18 with 7 minutes to play. The Warriors then took 5 minutes off the clock and scored on another 10 yard run from Shlomo Itzkowitz to extend the lead to 26-18. The Rams scored with 10 seconds left but a great play by S Orel Nachmani sealed the win for the Warriors. RB Shlmo Itzkowitz led the Warriors with 220 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns while QB Arik Laber added 140 passing yards and 2 touchdowns. The Warriors clinched a playoff spot with the win and will now close the season next Tuesday, November 20th against Lehrman. Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM and the game will be played at Flamingo Park. 

Tuesday, November 13:

11/13/2018

(V) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (1-0) hosted Inlet Grove in the opening game of the 2018 JDSF Preseason Classic and used their ball pressure to come away with an easy victory by a score of 48-8. The Lady Warriors offense exploded in the first quarter as Kayla Sedighim put in 11 points, Kayla Herskowitz added 4 and teammates Adira Kahn, Brielle Katz & Yakira Wolfson combined for 6. A late basket by the Lady Hurricanes put the score at 21-2 after one quarter of play. Nicole Rosenthal got the first 2 baskets of the second quarter and teammates Zoe Sugar and Samantha Ebner got the next 2 to extend the lead. A late three pointer from Kayla Herskowitz extended the halftime lead to 38-7. Scoring slowed down in the second half due to the running clock but not before Yakira Wolfson could add another basket to seal the victory. With the win, the Lady Warriors will now take on the Lady Storm from Katz Yeshiva in the JDSF Championship Game on Thursday, November 15th. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Thursday, November 8:

11/08/2018 

(4th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 4th Grade Warriors traveled to close rival Lehrman for a league matchup and battled tough but fell short in the end by a score of 13-0. The Warriors defense looked great to open the game as S Joseph Kopel pulled flag after flag to stop the Lions. Chaim Sasi got in on the action by pulling 3 flags to keep the Lions away from the endzone. S Michael Hackman then made a huge interception to give the ball back to the Warriors. RB Chami Sasi gained 20 yards on his first rushing attempt and QB Liel Kadosh found WR Jack Ciment for a 15 yard gain to get the ball to the Lions 7 yard line. A few bad bounces gave the ball back to the Lions. The Lions then broke a 70 yard touchdown on the next play to jump ahead 6-0 at halftime. The Warriors came out in the second half and made a few first downs but the speed and skill from the Lions was too much to overcome. RB Chaim Sasi led the Warriors with 50 rushing yards and 8 flag pulls while CB Joseph Kopel added a game high 11 flag pulls. The Warriors will take a few days off before returning to action on Thursday, November 15th against Hochberg Prep. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Highland Oaks Park.  

(5th Grade) Boys Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors (3-2) also traveled to Lehrman for a league matchup and dominated the game from the start en route to a 27-6 victory over the Lions. QB Arik Laber led the Warriors on the opening drive as he connected on passes to RB Ariel Cahane and WR Shlomo Itzkowitz to put the ball on the Lions 30. A double pass from QB Arik Laber to RB Ariel Cahane and successful extra point by WR Shlomo Itzkowitz put the score at 7-0 early. On the next possession, S Orel Nachmani intercepted the Lions pass and took it 25 yards for the touchdown. Another successful extra point put the score at 14-0. S Arik Laber followed shortly after as he intercepted the very next Lion pass to give the ball back to the Warriors. A 25 yard touchdown by RB Ariel Cahane extended the Warriors lead to 21-0 at the halftime break. Jonathan Berkowitz got his first touchdown of the season late in the game to seal the win for the Warriors! QB Arik Laber led the Warriors with 200 passing yards and 3 touchdowns while teammate RB Ariel Cahane added 110 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. The Warriors will take a few days off before traveling to Posnack on Wednesday, November 14th for another important league matchup. Kickoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played at Bamford Sports Complex. 

Wednesday, November 7:

11/07/2018

(V) Girls Soccer - The Lady Warriors traveled up north to take part in the 3rd place game at the Hillel Invitational and fought hard but fell short to Posnack by a score of 8-0. Yael Bister and Amit Shushan each had a few scoring opportunities in the first half but the ball went just wide of the net. The Lady Warriors did their best to stop the Lady Rams but their speed and ball skills were too much. Sophia Furman was a force to reckon with at midfield, but the Lady Rams defense was too much to overcome. The Lady Warriors will now begin regular season action when they head to Posnack on Thursday, November 15th. Kickoff is set for 3:45 PM and the game will be played at Bamford Sports Complex. 

(MS) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors (2-1) hosted rival Hillel last night in our gymnasium and jumped ahead early while cruising to a 28-16 victory over the Lady Lions. The Lady Warriors jumped out to a quick 9-0 lead on 2 baskets from Shoshy Stein, a basket by Orr Atun and 3 combined free throws from Ava Turetsky and Sophie Lurie. The Lady Lions scored the next 6 points to start the second quarter, however 5 points from Ava Turetsky and a basket from Lizzy Ebner put the halftime score at 16-7 in favor of the Lady Warriors. The Lady Warriors defense was great in the 3rd quarter as they only allowed 3 total points. Baskets from Lizzy Ebner, Sophie Lurie and Shoshy Stein extended the Lady Warriors lead to 22-10 after 3 quarters of play. Orelle Elharar got in the books in the fourth quarter as she added 2 free throws and a basket to seal the win for the Lady Warriors. Ava Turetsky and Shoshy Stein led the Lady Warriors with 6 points each while Sophie Lurie added 4 points and 9 rebounds. Lizzy Ebner and Orelle Elharar combined for 8 points and 7 rebounds on the night. The Lady Warriors will now take a few days off before hosting Renaissance Cooper City on Tuesday, November 20th. Tipoff is set for 4:00 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

Tuesday, November 6:

11/06/2018

(5th Grade) Boys  Flag Football - The 5th Grade Warriors traveled up north to take on a very good Hillel Boca squad and fell behind early before storming back for the 14-12 victory! The Warriors found themselves in a quick 6-0 hole as the Lions scored on their first possession. The Warriors moved the ball down the field on their first possession, but a bad bounce gave the ball back to the Lions. Another score before halftime put the Lions on top 12-0 at the halftime break. The Warriors responded in the second half as QB Arik Laber found WR Orel Nachmani for a 75 yard touchdown on the very first play. A successful extra point to RB Ariel Cahane put the score at 12-7. After an interception by S Orel Nachmani, the Warriors drove the ball down the field and QB Arik Laber found WR Shlmo Itzkowitz for a 5 yard touchdown. A successful extra point for the Warriors gave them the lead at 14-12 with less than 5 minutes remaining. The Lions moved the ball down the field, but an interception in the endzone by S Arik Laber sealed the win for the Warriors! QB Arik Laber led the Warriors with 200 passing yards and 2 touchdowns while teammates Ariel Cahane and Shlomo Itzkowitz combined for 110 yards receiving and 14 flag pulls. The Warriors will take today off before returning to action tomorrow, November 8th when they head to Lehrman. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM and the game will be played at Normandy Park. 

(MS) Girls Basketball - The MS Lady Warriors hosted a very good BMA squad in our gymnasium last night and battled tough but fell short by a score of 12-9. The first quarter was low scoring as Sophie Lurie got the Lady Warriors on the board with 2 free throws. Back to back baskets from the Lady Bulldogs put them ahead 4-2 after one quarter of play. Abigail Horowitz hit a three pointer to open the second quarter and teammate Ella Turetsky added 2 free throws shortly after to give the Lady Warriors a 7-4 lead at the halftime break. The third quarter was a rough one for the Lady Warriors as their shots rimmed out and the Lady Bulldogs retook the lead. A late basket by Ella Turesky finished the scoring for the Lady Warriors and the Lady Bulldogs got the victory. Ella Turesky led the Lady Warriors with 4 points and 5 rebounds while teammates Abigail Horowitz and Sophie Lurie combined for 5 points and 13 rebounds. The Lady Warriors are back in action today, November 7th when they host Hillel in our gymnasium. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM. 

Monday, November 5:

11/05/2018

(V) Girls Soccer - The Lady Warriors headed north to take part in the Hillel Jewish Preseason Classic and put forth a good effort but fell short to the Lady Lions from Hillel. Yael Bister sprinted down the sideline in the 30th minute and had a chance at the goal but a deflection sent the ball out of bounds and back to the Lady Lions. Amit Shushan & Sophia Furman had back to back chances on goal in the first half but the ball just couldn't find the back of the net. Yael Bister had one last chance in the 60th minute but a good stop by the goalie kept the Lady Warriors off the board. The Lady Warriors will now take on the Lady Rams from Posnack in the 3rd place game on Wednesday, November 7th. Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM and the match will be played at Hillel. 

(MS) Girls Basketball - The Lady Warriors opened their season yesterday against Northwest Christian in our gymnasium and fell behind early but stormed back to get a 22-21 victory over the Lady Eagles! Ava Turetsky hit the lone basket for the Lady Warriors in the first quarter as they found themselves trailing 6-3 after onequarter of play. The Lady Eagles used their size in the second quarter and were able to extend their lead to 12-3. A late basket by Shoshy Stein put the halftime score at 12-5. Aliyah Katz opened the second half with a deep three pointer and Lizzy Ebner and Shoshy Stein added free throws soon after to cut into the Lady Eagles lead. A 5-0 run by the Lady Eagles to end the frame put the score at 17-10 with one quarter to play. Abigail Horowitz opened the final quarter with a basket and teammate Lizzy Ebner added one as well to get the Lady Warriors within 3. 4 free throws from Sophie Lurie and another by Lizzy Ebner put the score at 21-19 with 1 minute to play. Aliyah Katz then came down the court and hit a three pointer with less than 30 seconds left to give the Lady Warriors a lead they would never relinquish! Aliyah Katz led the Lady Warriors with 6 points and 8 rebounds while teammates Lizzy Ebner and Sophie Lurie each added 4 points in the win! The Lady Warriors are back in action tomorrow, November 6th when they take on the Lady Bulldogs from BMA. Tipoff is set for 4:30 PM and the game will be played in our gymnasium. 

4th Annual Steve Glouberman Tournament Recaps:

(V) Boys Basketball - The Varsity Warriors traveled west to Los Angeles, CA to take part in the 4th Annual Steve Glouberman Tournament and took 6th place out of 9 teams! The Warriors opened the tournament strong as they defeated MTA 51-48 on Thursday morning. The Warriors then kept the momentum going in the afternoon as they defeated FRISCH 53-42 to put them at 2-0 going into the tournament portion. The Warriors were then reseeded #2 out of 9 teams and took on #7 seed SAR on Friday morning. The Warriors struggled to knock down the 3 point shot and fell to the Sting by a score of 51-42. The Warriors then participated in 2 consolation games where they fell short to Valley Torah but beat HAFTR convincingly to finish out the tournament. Jacob Stein led the Warriors with a total of 95 points and 67 rebounds in 5 games while teammate David Lurie added 77 points and 34 rebounds. The Warriors will now take a few weeks off before hosting our Annual JDSF Preseason Classic beginning on Monday, November 19th.  

(V) Girls Basketball - The Varsity Lady Warriors also took part in the 4th Annual Steve Glouberman Tournament and took 5th place out of 8 teams! The Lady Warriors had a tough first game as they took on one of the top teams in the tournament, FRISCH. They battled tough but fell short in the end. The Lady Warriorsresponded in their second game as they knocked off NYHS 53-18 to come away 1-1 heading into tournament play. The Lady Warriors were reseeded 6th and took on #3 seed Shalhevet in the Quarterfinals. The Lady Silverhawks were too much to handle in the back court and came away with the victory. The Lady Warriors then finished their tournament against Ramaz and played their best game of the season. Ramaz got the victory but the Lady Warriors got better with each game. Kayla Sedighim led the Lady Warriors with 86 points and 30 rebounds in 4 games while teammate Kayla Wolfson added a team high 60 rebounds in 4 games. The Lady Warriors will look to get back to their winning ways when they host the JDSF Preseason Classic beginning next Tuesday, November 13th. 

Upcoming Warrior Games:

Dec
10
MS Girls Basketball IAL Playoffs @ Donna Klein
Category Athletics Game Calendar 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/10/2018
4:00 pm -to- 5:00 pm
Location Donna Klein Jewish Academy, 9701 Donna Klein Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33428, USA
Dec
11
MS Girls Basketball IAL Playoffs TBA
Category Athletics Game Calendar 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/11/2018
All Day
Dec
11
V Girls Soccer @ GMA
Category Athletics Game Calendar 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/11/2018
4:00 pm -to- 5:00 pm
Location Greater Miami Adventist Academy, 500 NW 122nd Ave, Miami, FL 33182, USA
Dec
11
V Girls Basketball @ Hillel
Category Athletics Game Calendar 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/11/2018
4:30 pm -to- 5:30 pm
Location Scheck Hillel Community School, 19000 NE 25th Ave, Miami, FL 33180, USA

Upcoming Warrior Practices:

Dec
17
Elem tryouts
Category Athletics Practice Schedule 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/17/2018
4:00 pm -to- 5:00 pm
Dec
18
V Girls Soccer Practice
Category Athletics Practice Schedule 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/18/2018
4:30 pm -to- 6:00 pm
Location 2400 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
Dec
20
V Girls Soccer Practice
Category Athletics Practice Schedule 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/20/2018
4:30 pm -to- 6:00 pm
Location 2400 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
Dec
25
V Girls Soccer Practice
Category Athletics Practice Schedule 2018-2019
Dates & Times 12/25/2018
4:30 pm -to- 6:00 pm
Location 2400 Pine Tree Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
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