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Frigid and Fun Start for Flatbush Track at the HODS 5K Race in Central Park

The month of March marks the beginning of Spring, and though the weather might indicate otherwise, the Flatbush Track team started off the Spring season in style, opening for the second year in a row by taking part in the HODS 5K Race in Central Park. A Flatbush Falcons Chesed Project, the HODS 5K Race

Fantastic Finish for Flatbush in Florida

There was high drama on the basketball courts in South Florida late Saturday (2/21) night, and it all revolved around the schools of the MYHSAL in the final day of competition in the RASG Shabbaton & Tournament.  Flatbush faced off against the host RASG Hebrew Academy Warriors in what would be the Falcons second consecutive

Falcons Outlast TABC in Overtime to Advance to MYHSAL Semi-Finals

The JV Boys got one step closer to the ultimate goal on Thursday night with an exciting overtime win over TABC at the Falcons Nest.  After watching a comfortable lead evaporate late in the game, and being forced to go to overtime by a questionable call on a buzzer-beating shot from the Storm, the Flatbush

Flatbush Students Learn Life Lessons from LeGrand

On Tuesday, the Yeshivah of Flatbush welcomed a most unique speaker, brought in to address the student body at the High School courtesy of the SAFE program.  Yeshivah of Flatbush Physical Education Teacher and longtime Athletic Coach Mike Gelber was present in the Khezrie Family Auditorium for the uniquely moving program, and shared the following

South Florida Cools Off, and so do the Falcons

Day three of the RASG Shabbaton and Tournament brought the first bracket action after two days of pool play.  It also brought familiarity for the Flatbush Varsity Girls in an opponent they know all to well – the HAFTR Hawks.  After earning the second overall seed by virtue of their suffocating defense in pool play,

Sun and Sand for the Falcons at the RASG Tourny – Day 2

With a whole two extra hours of sleep more than the day before (wake up calls at 6 am instead of 4 am), one would think that the Varsity Girls Falcons would be like morning birds on their first full day in South Florida.  That was certainly true for some, but for others it was

Falcons Fly South For the Winter; Open up RASG Tourny with Big Win Over Columbus

For the Varsity Girls Basketball players from Flatbush, it was a day that opened in the frigid early morning temperatures of 5:00 am New York and closed in the comfortable breezy cool of South Florida as the clock neared midnight as these girls from Brooklyn made school history as the first members of a Yeshivah