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JV Warriors Defeated on the Road

The junior varsity boys basketball team played against Divine Savior on Tuesday, December 6. The opposing team had a home court advantage, and was able to pull ten points ahead of the Warriors to finish the game with a score of 58-48. Despite the loss, the JV players still put their all on the court and made Warrior fans proud. 

Moshe Goldring (1oth) made the first basket of the night, scoring a three-pointer. Alex Farkas (10th) made a layup and Bryan Saka (10th) scored two layups, getting the Warriors up two points by the end of the quarter. Jonathan Malove (10th) opened up the second quarter with a three pointer. At the end of the first half the game was close, with Divine Savior up by one point: 17-16. The second half of the game burned with intensity from both teams. Moshe Goldring scored consecutive three-pointers and Noah Dobin (10th) scored two jumpers, but the points were not enough. Moshe Goldring led the Warriors with 22 points and 4 assists; Alex Farkas had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

While the game was tough, the Warriors preformed well. The players are hopeful that they will develop as a team and become stronger on the court.

“The chemistry on the team is developing – I feel we’re improving as a unit. By the end of the season we will be successful if we continue to go in the right direction,”said Jonathan Malove.

The JV team rebounded from their loss on Thursday, December 8, where they utterly crushed the Posnack Lions to bring their record to 4-2.

By: Julia Ohana (12th grade)

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