The Boys Division Varsity Basketball team is in Memphis for the Cooper Invitational.
Ryan Turell (’18) has won the NCAA III Rookie of the Year award while playing on for YU!
Valley Torah is in the playoffs once again. The first game is this week. Here are the CIF-SS brackets.
Valley Torah lost to Shalhevet 53-51 in overtime play in the Sarachek Tournament championship game. After dinner, they will come home tonight with the second place trophy.
Valley Torah beat RASG (Miami) 51-42 in the YU Sarachek quarterfinals.
They move on to the semifinal round with a game on Sunday at 3:00 EDT (noon here in LA) against 3rd seeded Magen David (undefeated in Yeshiva League play) from Brooklyn.
You can watch the game live at Macslive.com.
Here is the team in the locker room after their win.
Our basketball team will be playing RASG from Miami in our first game in this year’s YU Sarachek tournament. The game will tip-off tomorrow at 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM in Los Angeles). You can watch the game live at Macslive.com.
Valley Torah was seeded 2nd in the tournament and enjoyed a bye in the first round. (JewishHoopsAmerica.com ranked us in a first place tie with Shalhevet.)
In the picture below, the team is powering up for the game.
Valley Torah to play Santa Ynez in first round of playoffs this Wednesday.
The legend of Valley Torah High School Jewish hoops hero Ryan Turell continues to grow.
After hitting the 40-point mark several times in this, his senior season, the 6-foot-6 combo guard dropped 60 points last month in a victory over Lancaster Baptist, setting the Jewish Hoops America single-game record. He’s also easily on pace to eclipse the Jewish Hoops America single-season scoring record…. Read more