National Results - Feb. 27, 2019


Southfield Christian 67 Frankel Jewish Academy 48

Ryan Otis and Noah Schlussel each scored 14 points and the Jaguars (14-8) played one of the top teams in Division 4 close for three quarters before faltering in the MHSAA district final.


JCHS San Francisco 59 Vacaville Christian 39

Toby Holm had 27 points and 10 rebounds and Aidan Swan added 11 points as the 3rd seeded Wolves (21-6) beat the #6 seed in the quarterfinals of the CIF NorCal Division 6 regional playoffs. The win set a team record for victories in a season and marked only the second time that a Jewish high school has won a California state regional game (Valley Torah, 2011). JCHS plays undefeated #2 seed Redding Christian in the semifinals Saturday night. Redding knocked the Wolves out in a regional quarterfinal last year.



Magen David 75 SAR 51

The Warriors (24-3) got 19 points from Albert Nsiri and 18 from Michael Natkin and dominated from start to finish en route to their 11th straight win. Magen David will play DRS in the semifinals.

Heschel 50 Flatbush 42

The Heat trailed the entire first half and by 4 at halftime but outscored the Falcons 30-16 in the second half for the road win. Ricky Sutton led Heschel (20-8) with 17 points and Jack Rosow scored 20 for Flatbush (13-8).

Frisch 56 HAFTR 52

In what has become an annual rite of passage, Frisch (14-6) won a home playoff nailbiter. The Hawks (22-14) had the ball and a chance to tie but Max Zakheim made a steal with :06 left and hit the clinching free throws. Zakheim led the Cougars with 17 points and Max Meyerhoff added 12. The Cougars, who have won seven straight, will get a chance to avenge an early-season loss when they face West division rival Heschel in the semifinals. Benjamin Kornblum led HAFTR with 18 points and Matthew Jedwab and Dovi Baratz each scored 10.

DRS 51 TABC 41

Zach Brown scored 20 points and Gavriel Kahn added 10 and the visiting Wildcats (18-8) took control of a close game in the third quarter en route to their third straight win. The Storm (12-7) had their 3-game win streak snapped