National Results Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Updated: 2017-02-08 12:16:17
National Results

Tuesday, February 7, 2017


Beth Tfiloh 37 Park 31

Harris Gartenhaus scored 11 points, all on free throws, and Oren Pincever added 10 points as the Warriors (9-8) clinched a playoff berth.

Berman HA 38 Washington Christian 29

Cougars (11-8) won their fourth straight game.


Schechter Westchester 40 Alexander Hamilton 32

Lions (12-4) swept the home-and-home series.

Landmark 57 Gann 42

Ben Edry scored 12 points for the #25 Red Heifers (12-5).

South Shore Christian 68 Maimonides 55

Josh Weiss scored 26 points for the M-Cats (9-5).

Cedar Grove 31 Golda Och 21

Elijah Taitel paced the Roadrunners (6-11) with 8 points.


Katz YHS -Boca 57 John Carroll 52

In the quarterfinals of the District 4A-5 playoffs, the fourth seeded Storm (15-9) trailed by six at halftime but took control with a 14-2 run late in the third. Ethan Lasko scored 21 points and Evan Jacoby added 10.

Champagnat 54 Posnack Jewish Day 44

Rams (15-12) played the top seed tough throughout but see their season end in semifinals of the District 3A-8 semifinals. Joey Levy scored 16 points and Kamy Gamal added 12.

Sacred Heart 88 Cooper Memphis 67

Undersized Macs (11-12) were without their big man but still were tied at the half. Jeffrey Owen scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Ethan Morris had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Simcha Osdoba added 15 points.

Holy Spirit Prep 72 Weber-Atlanta 39

Daniel Livnat paced the Rams (11-5) with 9 points.

Westchester Country Day 64 American Hebrew Academy 38

Jake Papier scored 15 points and Shauli Israel added 11 but the fifth-seeded Eagles (5-10) fell in the quarterfinals of the Triad Athletic Conference playoffs

Atlanta Jewish Academy vs Georgia School for the Deaf


John F. Kennedy 63 Ecole Maimonide 58

Maimo of the North now 8-5.

Herzliah 50 Lakeside 48

Wildcats (15-0) stay unbeaten.


Luther North 64 Ida Crown 60

Gabe Cohen scored 25 points and Josh Goldrich added 10 but rally from 17 down after three quarters came up short for the Aces (9-6).

Frankel JA-Detroit vs Austin


Independence Home School 58 Hyman Brand HA 31

Josh Kreisler led the Rams with 11 points.

Denver Jewish Day 52 Elbert 35

Tigers improve to 9-3.

Emery Weiner @ Faith West


DeToledo 61 Glendale Adventist 36

Ezra Emanuel had 31 points and 10 rebounds, Liam Evenhaim added 12 points and Eilon Ben Nissan had 10 to lead the Jaguars (10-10).

San Diego Jewish Academy 51 Rock Academy 13

Carmelo Xia scored 13 points and Sam Deverett added 10 to pace the Lions (9-12).

Valley Torah 56 Santa Clarita Christian 39

Max Leibowitz scored 20 points and Ryan Turell had 18 points and 20 rebounds as the #6 Wolfpack (25-3) won their 17th straight game and clinched the Heritage League title for the first time.

Oakwood 63 YULA 51

Panthers (13-15) failed to clinch a playoff bid.

Kehillah Jewish 54 Summit Prep 34

Guy Manor scored 17 points, Ben Winer added 14 and Sam Geldman had 11 for the Rams (8-9).


Heschel 51 TABC 31

The #1 Heat (12-0 league; 22-0 overall) clinched second straight Western Division title by dominating second and fourth quarters. After trailing by 15 at the half, Storm (9-4; 11-6) closed to within six late in third quarter before Heschel ended the game on a 23-9 run. Jeremy Spiera had a season-high 23 points and Ilan Orgel added 17. Raanan Kimmel led TABC with 14 points and Mo Procter added 11.


#12 Wildcats (10-4; 13-5) rallied from six down at halftime to end their regular season with chance to still win the Eastern Division. Gideon Valenski scored 20 points and Ben Liechtung added 17. The Hawks (6-6; 11-9) could have clinched the final playoff spot but instead kept the door open for Magen David to possibly sneak in ahead of them.

HANC 74 Derech HaTorah 49

Meir Levy scored 21 points, Orel Gamliel added 16 and Moshe Khalili had 13 to lead the Hurricanes (9-4; 18-9). Bulldogs now 6-14, 3-10 in the league.

Flatbush 67 Rambam 54

Abie Rosow scored 31 points and Kevin Hadad added 17 as the Falcons (9-4; 14-6) won their fifth straight. Ravens (9-4; 15-9) had been tied for first last week but now won't even get opening round bye that goes to each division's top two finishers.

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