JCHS News

Wolfpack Attack: September 20

Fall Sports Update
It was all smiles for Boys Soccer as they continued their dominance over Kehillah on Sunday in Palo Alto, relentlessly peppering the Rams defense en route to a 9-1 victory. With the win, the Wolves retained the Kiddush Cup, and improved their overall record to 5-1. Yoni Aharon scored twice and Benji Sarnovskiy scored his first career goal on his sixteenth birthday! 

Cross Country took to the course for the first time this year in GG Park and smashed a bunch of personal records in the process on the 2.93 mile course. 
Dafne Moskowitz led the women’s times, coming in at a personal best 22:19, and Natan Geller, in his first race, led the men’s times at 19:11.  

Save the Date: All-School Spirit Games!
Mark your calendars for the JCHS All-School Spirit Games, October 17 (Girls Volleyball), and October 24 (Boys Soccer). Come out in force to show your Wolf pride and support our Fall teams! We will kick off the events with a video team rally at Hakhel Oct 7, and members of the Student Athlete Advisory Board will be organizing face painting, pom poms, and rally songs the day of the games. 

October 17: Varsity Girls Volleyball @ Gateway (one block from JCHS campus!), 5:00pm (Sukkot Dinner to follow)

October 24: Varsity Boys Soccer vs Drew @ Beach Chalet Soccer Fields (Golden Gate Park), 4:00pm  

Upcoming Games:
Sept 24: Girls Volleyball vs International
Sept 25: Girls Volleyball vs Bay
Sept 25: Boys Soccer vs International
Sept 26: Girls Volleyball vs Drew
Sept 26: Boys Soccer vs Pescadero

Schedules, game locations, and directions can be found on the JCHS Athletics website team pages 

Follow JCHS Athletics on its new Instagram page: @jchs.athletics

Coaching Search
JCHS Athletics is currently searching for Varsity Boys Volleyball and Varsity Girls Soccer head coaches for the Spring 2020 season. If you know of any qualified candidates, please have them contact Athletic Director Sean Moler: smoler@jchsofthebay.org
 
Wolf of the Week: Liora Homa
One of the coolest things to watch, as coaches and teachers, is the growth and maturity of a student from 9th grade to 10th grade. Liora is the prime example of a student who has completely transformed, and as co-captain and setter of the JV Volleyball team, she has found her calling as a natural team leader. From  directing the warm-ups, to helping teammates with rotations, to encouraging her teammates when they need a positive voice, Liora is blossoming into a dynamic team leader. Her 14 aces led the team’s effort in a resounding 2-1 victory over Kehillah last week. Congrats Liora!  


 
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Jewish Community High School of the Bay
1835 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: 415.345.9777
The Jewish Community High School of the Bay (JCHS) is a unique college preparatory high school committed to integrating deep learning, universal wisdom, and Jewish values. We empower each student to embrace her or his Jewish identity, generate empathy and compassion, delight in lifelong education, and improve the world.