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Prime Time basketball
Players of the Month for the Prime Time Sports Basketball League at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach
BIG EAST ( 3rd-4th grade)
Alan Wainer played phenomenal to help his Panthers win one of three games during the month. The two games that they lost were by a combined six points. He scored 33 points, averaging 11 points per game and has kep the Panthers in the playoff hunt.
SEC (5th-6th grade)
Leonardo Nicastro had a superb month scoring 57 points in three games, all won by his Commodores. The last game marked by a great comeback against the Gators after playing behind the majority of the game. At one point, they were down by 12 points. Leo with a 25-point game willed his team to victory by leading the comeback. Leo averaged 19 points per game in March.
NBA (7th-9th grade)
Bruno Wesley had a solid March where he contributed in the three wins for the undefeated Spurs (5-0). Bruno is one of the main reasons for their success. He has been doing everything on the court impacting the game every way possible (assisting, rebounding, scoring). He scored 27 points in three games.
More Prime Time basketball
Jacob Golan scored 15 points to lead the Bulls over the Scarlet Knights 26-22 in the Big East (3rd-4th grade) of the Prime Time Sports Basketball League at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach.
Josh Finvarb chipped in five points, and Marc Wendrow had four points. Elie Bibliowicz had two points. For the Scarlet Knights, Jordan Ben-Shalom scored 10 points, and Evan Lastra had four points. David Amsalem recorded three points, and Yair Hojbeg and Eithan Yisrael had two points apiece. Daniel Abbo also scored.
More BIG EAST (3th-4th grade)
Panthers 38, Wildcats 25: Alan Wainer 11 pts, Jake Moss 8 pts, Tatiana Wainer 10 pts (Player of the Week), Joseph Abramowitz 2 pts, Andy Grinsberg 4 pts, Benjamin Holcman 3 pts. For the Wildcats, Meyer Shalom 10 pts, Nicholas Ludwig 6pts, Menachem Gelman 6 pts, Carlos Romano 3 pts.
Golden Eagles 35, Hoyas 19: Pryce Markson 6 pts, Jared Brody 4 pts, Allan Strimber 6 pts, Aidan Blinderman 3 pts, Jaden Katz 14 pts, Samuel Courtney 2 pts. Lauryn Hornstein 12 pts, Michael Abbo 2 pts, Benny Bakar 2 pts, Abie Wahba 3 pts.
Huskies 35, Bearcats 17: Ryan Mendelson 19 pts, Tyler Gale 12 pts, Val Share 2 pts, Haim Sadovnic 2 pts. Liam Senker 8 pts, Aden Ben- Saadon 4 pts, Roy Blank 5 pts.
• SEC (5th-6th grade)
Commodores 28, Razorbacks 27: Leonardo Nicastro 14 pts, Jonathan Abbo 4 pts, Jake Strober 2 pts, Jonathan Baran 4 pts, Menachem Rosenwasser 4 pts. For the Razorbacks, Eric Getzel 6 pts, Samuel Taieb 8 pts, David Bonwitt 7 pts, Amit Sapir 2, Benjamin Wolf 4pts.
Gators 48,Tigers 14: . Daniel Shaferman 12 pts, Matias Maia 15 pts, Alan Grinspun 11 pts, Nathan Azizollahoff 8 pts, Miguel Hirsh 2 pts.For the Tigers, Alan Berkman 12 pts, Simon Waxman 2 pts.
Wildcats 44, Volunteers 26: For the Wildcats Jonathan Kiblisky 5 pts, Andres Bacal 15 pts, Moises Benhamu 2 pts, Abraham Woldenberg 18 pts, Ariel Bramy 2 pts, Gabriel Bramy 2 pts. For the Volunteers, Saul Birmaher 8 pts, Nathaniel Elharrar 8 pts, Elan Roffe 6 pts, Armando Ruah 4 pts.
Bulldogs 42, Crimson Tide 32: Ariel Yecuteli 7 pts, Asher Courtney 9 pts, Noah Markofsky 16 pts (Player of the Week), Steven Becker 4 pts, Michael Braun 2 pts, Moises Essenfeld 2 pts, Eli Gelb 2 pts. Yaniv Assraf 14 pts, Ben Ratzker 4 pts, Shaul Levy 6 pts, Daniel Zipori 5 pts, Avi Alalu 4 pts.