Round 2 – as the regular season starts to wind down the MDY Warriors face one more very tough division battle against the Flatbush falcons.
There is nothing more exciting then these 2 Brooklyn rivals going at it.
With a packed gym, the Warriors & the falcons were going back & forth the entire game. After a quick pep talk at halftime the Warriors took care of business & beat the falcons again by the score of 69 to 57.
Sophomore sensation Joshua Chabbott was nothing but spectacular tonight scoring a season high 33 points.
Warriors are 8-0 / thank you for all the fans & some Board members for cheering us on.
After a long road trip, the Warriors finally came back home to take on the NSHA Stars. What seemed to be looking like an early blowout the Warriors got a rude wake up call by blowing yet another big lead.
Up by 12 points the Stars came roaring back & the Warriors went into the half only up by 2.
Things started to unravel in the 3rd quarter, the Stars took a 6 - point lead & then the Warriors had enough.
Regrouping behind their fearless point guard Phill Sherr who was throwing up the entire 2nd half MDY turned up the heat & won 58 to 43 taking their record to 7-0.
Joshua Chabbott & Alfonse Shiloach both with 21 points.
Nothing like a good old Magen David Warriors VS the Flatbush Falcons game to get the entire town PUMPING.
If front of a packed house the Warriors took on there cross-town rivals the Flatbush Falcons. The Falcon hit the Warriors first & took a small lead at the end of the 1st quarter.
MDY went on a small run to go into the half leading 33 – 26. After that it was lights out for the Falcons. The Warriors got back on their game & took care of business beating them by a score of 70 to 47.
The Warriors wanted to revenge for their only tournament loss & boy did they get it. From the opening tip until the final buzzer the MDY Warriors were in full control & defeated Ramaz by the score of 59 to 38.
The leading scores in the final game were.
Phil Sherr 17 points
Josh Chabbott 13 points
Max Ovadia 10 points
2022 Rubenstein Memorial Tournament Champions – JV MDY WARRIORS
After the Saturday night victory, the Warriors went on the road to play the #1 seed SAR on their home court in the semifinals. From the tip off the game had the makings of a classic battle. The lead for each team was never higher than 3 points throughout the entire game. The 2 teams were going back & forth all game until the Warriors pulled off an insane win by the score of 60 to 58.
After a lost to the Ramaz Rams on Thursday night the MDY Warriors needed a victory against the Frisch Cougars to get into the semifinal. The Warriors game out blazing on all cylinders for a resounding 68 to 50 victory.