BERMAN HA 58 WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 47
Yoni Snow scored 12 points and Josh Levieddin had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Cougars (12-6).
BETH TFILOH 60 JEMICY 42
Kameron Glazer had 31 points and Harry Gartenhaus added 14 to lead the #20 Warriors (12-11).
MAIMONIDES 85 ATLANTIS 38
Jesse Spear scored 14 points to lead three players in double figures for the #17 M-Cats (11-6). Judah Kospwsky added 12 points and Doni Berg had 11. The win qualified Maimo for the playoffs later this month.
SCHECHTER WESTCHESTER 57 YONKERS MONTESSORI 49
Adam Goldstein scored 17 points and Jared Scheff added 14 for the Lions
ECOLE MAIMONIDE 78 FACE 54
Maimo of the North now 10-1.
YAVNE 55 VINCENT MASSEY COLLEGIATE 42
Yavne now 10-1.
POSNACK JEWISH DAY 45 BOCA CHRISTIAN 43
The #11 Rams (20-8) won in the final of the ECC Tournament, giving them their first-ever conference title. It was the fifth straight win for Posnack. Bryce Daub scored 14 points, Josh Schultz added 13 and Joey Levy had 11. Levy was named ECC Player of the Year and Joel Brandwein made All-Conference. Coach Keith Feit was named ECC Coach of the Year.
HILLEL MIAMI 58 DIVINE SAVIOR 36
Yaniv Assraf scored 19 points and Alan Berkman added 17 for the Lions (13-12).
GREATER GWINNETT CHRISTIAN 69 WEBER ATLANTA 66 2OT
Daniel Livnat scored 26 points, Jordan Arbiv added 19 and Zach Negin had 10 but it wasn't enough for the Rams (6-10).B
NORTHPOINT CHRISTIAN 78 COOPER MEMPHIS 39
Macs drop to 5-17.
Atlanta Jewish Academy vs Georgia School for the Deaf
CRISTO REY 70 FRANKEL JEWISH 65 3OT
Ryan Otis led the Jaguars (6-9) with 31 points.
Columbus Torah Academy vs Liberty Christian
YAVNEH DALLAS 77 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 41
Griffin Levine scored a career-high 35 points and the #7 Bulldogs took control with a 26-9 first quarter to finish the regular season a perfect 28-0. Pierce Bell added 10 points for Yavneh.
BEREN HOUSTON 56 BRAZOSPORT CHRISTIAN 27
Akiva Garner scored 18 points to lead the #24 Stars (18-3) to their eighth straight win.
LUTHERAN SOUTH 79 EMERY WEINER 39
Jaguars (8-17) led 14-9 after the first quarter. Clay Cohen scored 14 points and Nate Lacewell added 12.
MILKEN 60 BUCKLEY 59
The #3 Wildcats (16-9) held on to win their third straight game and finish the regular season as co-champs of the Liberty League. Amitai Afenjar scored 20 points, Aaron Harouni added 14 and Doron Matian had 11.
DETOLEDO 42 BESANT HILL 32
Liam Evenhaim had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Jaguars (12-9).
TARBUT V'TORAH 53 AVALON 46
Kabir Suri scored 19 points, Aaron Gerber added 14 and Ben Siegel had 12 for the #19 Lions (15-3).
JCHS SAN FRANCISCO 45 THE BAY SCHOOL 32
Toby Holm had 24 points and nine rebounds as the #22 Wolves (15-6) avenged an earlier loss.
KEHILLAH JEWISH 45 MID-PENINSULA 38
Noah Engel scored 16 points, Ben Winer added 11 and Guy Manor had 10 for the Rams (12-6).
FRISCH 64 HESCHEL 28
Jack Stepner scored 25 points and Max Mayerhoff added 12 as the #3 Cougars (13-1 league; 20-3 overall) finished the regular season as co-champs of the East Division with SAR. Frisch gets the top seed based on strength of schedule. The Heat (8-6; 18-11) limp into the playoffs with four straight losses. They finish in a 4-way tie for third, getting the #4 seed and an opening-round matchup at home against #5 Ramaz.
DRS 83 FLATBUSH 63
Gideon Velenski scored 31 points to lead the #6 Wildcats (12-2; 20-5) to their ninth straight win. The game had no bearing on the playoff race, as DRS had already secured a #2 seed and a bye into the quarterfinals. Flatbush (6-8; 9-10) is the #6 seed and will travel to #3 Rambam in the opening round.