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JCHS wins League Sportsmanship Award

Mazel Tov to JCHS coaches and athletes for earning the 2018-19 BCL-Central Sportsmanship banner! This annual award is voted on by the Bay Area Conference ADs and coaches and recognizes the school in each league who best exemplifies the highest ideals of pursuing victory with honor. The award was presented at last week’s BAC Board of Governors meeting in Danville. Way to represent Wolves!

The Sportsmanship Award puts the exclamation point on an historic season for the Wolves in which a total of 18 athletes received All League honors. In our second season competing in the North Coast section and the Bay Counties League - Central, Boys Soccer reached the Division 3 playoffs, while the Girls Volleyball team reached the North Coast Section Division 6 Championship Final game. The Boys Basketball team made it further into post season play than ever before as regular season league co-champions, NCS Runners-up and NorCal semifinalists.  Congratulations to all the Wolves on a remarkable year!

All League Honors

Boys Soccer
Idan Sharabi : First Team
Martin Selyutin: Second Team
Ethan Finestone: Second Team
Daniel Diner: Honorable Mention
Noah Feldman: Honorable Mention
 
Girls Volleyball
Briana Diner: Second Team
 
Boys Basketball
Moze Thurmgreene: First Team
Toby Holm: First Team
Martin Selyutin: Second Team
Aidan Swan: Second Team
 
Girls Basketball
Zoe Moskowitz: Second Team
 
Boys Volleyball
Reuben Ferris: Honorable Mention
Lael Talmon: Honorable Mention

Girls Soccer
Shana Cohen: Second Team
Yuval Cohen: Second Team
Libby Bass: Honorable Mention

Baseball
Adam Cohen: Second Team 

Swimming
Lydia Holm: Honorable Mention
 
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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.