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Tough Day for Girls/Boys 6th Grade Basketball Teams

The Girls and Boys 6th Grade basketball teams were both in action on Sunday (1/13), and both squads came out on the wrong end of the final scores with the Girls dropping a morning contest at home to North Shore and the Boys second half comeback falling short on the road at Yeshiva Har Torah

8th Grade Boys Cruise Through Mill Basin

The Flatbush Boys 8th Grade Basketball Team was clicking on all cylinders in the opening half on Wednesday night (1/9), and despite hitting a small speed bump in the 3rd quarter, cruised to a comfortable victory on the road over Mill Basin Yeshiva Academy in the Mill Basin section of Brooklyn, NY. Despite the different venue,

6th Graders Cap Sunday Sweep with OT Win

The Flatbush 8th and 6th Grade Boys Basketball Teams took both games of a doubleheader with the Barkai Suns on Sunday afternoon (1/6/19), with the 8th Graders taking the opener by a wide margin while the 6th Graders had the fans on the edges of their seats as they withstood a late comeback by the

8th Grade Boys Bounce Back; 7th Grade Boys Roll On

On Wednesday night (1/2/19), the Flatbush 8th Grade Boys rebounded from their first loss of the season while the 7th Grade Boys racked up another win as the Falcons took both ends of their doubleheader with the Shaare Torah Stars at the YoF Elementary School Gym in Brooklyn, NY. The 7th Grade Boys opened the

Varsity Football Has Eventful Day; Extend and End Season on MFL Playoff Sunday

The Flatbush Varsity Flag Football Team extended its season on Sunday afternoon (12/30) with a quarterfinal win then saw it come to an abrupt end three hours later with a loss in the semifinals of the Mesivta Football League Playoffs on the turf field at Lawrence HS in Cedarhurst, NY. The regular season came to

MD Hoops Plays a Full Slate – Almost; Teams Go 2-3 on the Day

Five of the six Flatbush Middle Division Basketball Teams were in action on Sunday (12/30) with the 6th Grade girls falling at home while the 7th Grade girls won their fourth consecutive game by 3 points or less out on Long Island and the three boys squads went 2-1 in a triple-header with crosstown rival