Meanwhile, defending champ Briut Modi’in is handed its first loss.
Big Blue, Misaan women make mark
Ashreinu third, while TABC Storm, Camp Shalom and The Big Lebakshis share fourth place in a crowded field.
CCJ trounces Vince Peanuts to take Tier 2 AFI Cup.
Vince’s face CCJ in AFI Cup.
Robin Hood shows up at Gaash Golf.
Hitminions and Morashragas will join the giantkillers at the Championship Weekend.
Mitches neck-and-neck with Sternberg at the top of table.
Basketball / Israel Basketball League Hirsch Toasts Sam’s Bagels as Tzionim State Proves It’s Here to Stay
Amazing conclusion to tight match sees Hirsch overturn Sam’s Bagels 41-37.
Frosted Flakes defeat the Mevaseret Mavericks 65-34 in a game that made league observers stand up and take notice.
Lobos fans and players stormed the field on the final out, celebrating the victory in the all-star Israel Softball League into the night.
Lobos comfortable in first place; Zach Noble's effort pays off for Perl Pigments.
Lobos had its hands full in its ante-penultimate-round matchup with KIVA, which used a high-intensity full-court press to stymie the vaunted veteran, before Lobos squeaked by, 45-42.
This weekend will see a slew of intense quarterfinals game as teams in Red and Dr. Murray's Israel Basketball League fight to stay alive.
Atoms split in 41-38 Israel Basketball League thriller.
The Tidbits scored six runs in the bottom of the first, and then held off numerous Jerry's Kids' rallies, thanks to Cohen's performance.
In the second week of the season in the All Star Israel Softball League, and the opener for Segwayz, the outcome was never in doubt as Ari Sussman helped his team glide to a smooth 13-0 victory over Jerry's Kids.
In the season premier, perennial contender Jerry's Kids had veteran pitcher Abba Stein on the mound.
Hawke&Co. and Lobos had met once before, in a game that Hawke&Co. won by just a point at the buzzer in overtime - and this time around, the game was at least as intense.
The HAS Softball League reaches the climax of the regular season today, as the pennant drive turns into a mad dash for the final playoff berths.
In its 13-9 win, Meridian jumped out to a 4-0 lead, but Chasidim looked poised for big rallies in both the third and fourth. However, clutch plays by Meridian's defense stemmed the tide, and Meridian pounded out seven runs to build an 11-4 lead.