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Late Goal not Enough as Varsity Hockey Drops Season Opener

It took nearly three periods before things finally began to click for the 2014-15 edition of the Flatbush Falcons Boys Varsity Hockey team.  But, by then the hole was too great, and the Falcons dropped the season opener, 4-1, to the Ramaz Rams in their home, the Falcon’s Nest in Brooklyn, NY. The boys opened

Dawn of a New Day for Flatbush Soccer

On a bright, crisp fall afternoon, the Flatbush Falcons took the first step into a new soccer world as the Varsity boys took to the field for the very first outdoor soccer game in the storied history of the Yeshivah. Taking on a very experienced team from Golda Och Academy on their home field in

Varsity Falcons Tame the Hurricanes in Final Pre-Season Tune-Up

Behind stifling pressure defense, and complete control of the glass at both ends of the court, the Flatbush Falcons wore down their guests from HANC, 55-37, in their final pre-season game, and their first on the home court in Brooklyn, NY for the 2014-15 season. Early on, the two teams looked to be evenly matched

Richter Sparks Offense; Falcons Cruise in Pre-Season win at MTA

The Varsity Boys Basketball team showed no signs of rust after nearly two weeks away from competition handily defeating MTA by a score of 47-27 on the campus of Yeshiva University.  In their penultimate pre-season matchup, the Falcons scored early and late, cruising to a 20-point victory over the host Lions. The tone was set

Falcons Basketball Coach to be featured on Nachum Segal Network’s Court Report

With the pre-season well underway, and the Tishrei chagim in the rear window, the focus is quickly turning towards the start of the Yeshiva League Fall/Winter Athletic Season.  Nachum Segal Network’s “Court Report” welcomes Flatbush Falcons Boys Basketball Head Coach Avi Borenstein to their Sunday night livestreaming broadcast slot on Tune in to the

Festive Training; Optional Soccer Workouts Score Big Over Sukkot Holiday

A week and a half is a long time off for any team, so the coaches and players of the new Flatbush outdoor boys varsity soccer team did something about it.  Coaches Skolnick and Amzalag organized three non-mandatory practices for any team members in the Brooklyn area over the Sukkot holiday break.  The practices were

שלום ברוקלין, Nets Welcome Israel’s Team to Barclays Center

“MAC-CA-BI, MAC-CA-BI, MAC-CA-BI” ; “BROOK-LYN, BROOK-LYN”  These chants filled the arena and rang in the rafters of Barclays Center on Tuesday night, 10/7, as the hometown NBA Brooklyn Nets opened their 2014-15 campaign with a pre-season opener hosting 2014 Euroleague Champion Maccabi Tel Aviv.  Members of Yeshivah of Flatbush’s senior class were on hand to

19th Annual Hausdorff Tournament Field Released

For the 19th consecutive year, the Yeshivah of Flatbush will host the Hausdorff Torunament, arguably the most prestigious tournament for junior varsity yeshiva basketball teams in the country. Tournament Chair Michael Gelber announced that this year, in addition to welcoming back junior varsity squads from Cooper Yeshiva HS/Yeshiva of the South in Memphis, Tennessee and

Silverman Leads the Charge!; Late Burst Lifts Varsity Boys over JEC

Senior Co-Captain Bobby Soffer broke a 35-35 deadlock with a trey from the left slot, and the Falcons scored the final 9 points of the game to close out their third road victory of the pre-season, defeating the JEC Chargers 44-35 in front of a raucous and spirited home crowd in Elizabeth, NJ. The game

Double the Excitement, Double the Fun; Falcons Sweep Doubleheader at DRS

In the first doubleheader of the season, the Flatbush Boys Basketball JV & Varsity teams travelled to Woodmere, Long island and swept the home squads for the varsity’s second win on the year and the first for the JV’s in the 2014-15 campaign. In the opener, the JV Falcons jumped out to an early double-digit