Championship: Magen David 80 Rochelle Zell 55
Albert Nsiri poured in 38 points as the top seeded Warriors (8-0) completed a dominant tournament, winning all four of their games by more than 20 points. Ray Jajati added 21 points and Michael Natkin had 10 for Magen David. Brian Silverstein led the #11 Tigers (3-1) with 18 points, Lee Farkas had 11 and Niv Ostroff chipped in 10.
3rd Place: Posnack Jewish Day 54 DeToledo 37
Joel Brandwein's 14 points led a balanced attack as the #12 Rams (3-1) wrapped up an impressive tournament. Liam Evenhaim and Dylan Esulin each had 11 points for the #10 Jaguars (2-2).
5th Place: Hillel Miami 49 Rambam 41
Aaron Ben Shmuel led a balanced attack with 11 points as the 8th seeded Lions (3-1) topped the #3 seed Ravens (6-3). Tournament high scorer Aaron Azose netted 24 points for Rambam.
7th Place: YULA 53 Milken 41
Noam Meisels scored 21 points and Joseph Sassoon addd 17 as the #2 Panthers (2-2) beat their LA rival. Blake Asherian had 14 points to lead the #4 Wildcats (1-3) and Ethan Zimmerman added 10.
1st Place: Flatbush 56 Jewish Day School 44
Jack Rosow scored 17 points, Eddie Lincer added 15 and Joe Kattan had 12 as the Falcons (5-3) took Tier 2. Dani Offer had 14 points and Zach Gross added 11 for the Lions (2-2), who finished where they started in the seedings.
Fasman Yeshiva 50 Cooper Memphis 38
Yaakov Mendelsberg scored 14 points and Akiva Lafer had 11 as #7 The Yeshiva (2-2) denied the 5th seeded host Macs (1-3) a finish in the top 11. Ethan Morris and Nossy Orgel each scored 14 points for Cooper.
Katz YHS 54 Kushner 39
Abie Betesh had 15 points, Noah Mamann scored 12 and Jacob Shulman added 10 for the Storm (2-2). Nadav Twizer led the Cobras (2-5) with 12 points.
Kohelet 57 Atlanta Jewish Academy 35
Ethan Swartz and Shmuel Zvi each scored 14 points and Noam Troodler added 13 to lead the Kings (1-3). Noah Kalnitz had 11 points for the Jaguars (0-4).
Championship: Shalhevet 64 SAR 23
The Firehawks (5-0) opened the game scoring the first 13 points and were never challenged en route to their first Glouberman title. Zach Muller and Asher Dauer were named co-MVPs of the tournament.
HA Miami 64 HAFTR 41
Jacob Stein had 25 points and 12 rebounds and David Lurie added 17 points for the Warriors (3-2). Matthew Jedwab paced the Hawks (4-5) with 18 points.