National Results - Nov. 14-15, 2018



Beth Tfiloh 76 Rockbridge 49


Lower Canada   54     HA Montreal    53

Yoni Drazin scored 18 points but the Heat (2-3) fall on a 3-pointer with :05 left.

Herzliah     67      Lindsay Place    42

Wildcats now 2-1.


Sylmar    71     Milken    51

The Wildcats (1-5) fell in the consolation bracket of the Heritage Christian TipOff Tournament.

JCHS San Francisco    69   Contra Costa Christian  21


Toby Holm and Moze Thurmgreene each scored 17 points and the Wolves went on a 48-8 run in the middle quarters to win their season opener.



Heschel     70       Frisch    52

The #11 Heat (4-0 league; 5-1 overall) led from the outset and the #6 Cougars (3-1; 5-4) could get no closer than 35-29 late in the 2nd quarter. Jake Bohrer paced Heschel with 24 points on 10-of-13 shooting Ricky Sutton added 18 points and Jesse Abed scored 12. Max Mayerhoff had 15 points for Frisch.



Weber-Atlanta def Howard 


Valley Torah    55     Desert Christian     54


Yonah Hami scored 20 points, Uzi Mermelstein added 14 and David Abezis chipped in 10 as the #21 Wolfpack (3-3) won their third straight.

Mary Star of the Sea  62    YULA    48

Noam Meisels had 18 points and Joseph Sassoon scored 16 for the #16 Panthers (3-3).

Tarbut vTorah   66    Liberty Christian   12


Kabir Suri scored 15 points, Ben Siegel added 13 and Max Shuster had 12 to lead the Lions (2-0).

Southern California Yeshiva   57    Liberty Charter   44

SCYHawks win their season opener.

New Roads 70 DeToledo 67

Liam Evenhaim scored 24 points and Jack Bromberg added 15 for the #15 Jaguars (2-3).

San Fernando 77 Milken 66

Blake Asherian had 20 points and three others scored indouble figures for the #23 Wildcats (1-6) but they lost in the 7th Place game of the Heritage Christian Tip-Off Tournament. Noah Carmona added 13 points, Ethan Zimmerman had 12 and Ethan Khorsandi scored 10.



North Shore    58     HANC    43

The only game to be played in New York's mid Snovember mess saw Michael Tsor score 27 points as the #12 Stars (3-2 league; 4-3 overall) get their third straight win. JHA leading scorer Oren Betesh had 22 points for the Hurricanes.