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The Kehillah Jewish (Palo Alto, CA) varsity basketball team won Tuesday's home conference game against Summit Shasta (Daly City, CA) in overtime by a score of 69-63.
Game Details: 3921 Fabian Way Palo Alto
The Kehillah Jewish Rams basketball team scored 69 points and held the visiting Summit Shasta Black Bears to 63 in the Rams league triumph on Tuesday.
The Rams now sport a 11-6 record. They put it on the line next when they host Mid-Peninsula for a Private School - North contest on Thursday, February 8. Kehillah Jewish will meet a Dragons team coming off a 61-39 league loss to Alma Heights Christian (Pacifica, CA). The Dragons record now stands at 5-13.
The Black Bears (11-6) will now prepare for their contest against Alma Heights Christian (Pacifica, CA). The Eagles enter the Private School - North contest with a 19-2 record. In their last contest, Alma Heights Christian nudged Mid-Peninsula (Menlo Park, CA), 61-39, in a league contest.
Congratulations to #30 Jake Bubakar for being selected the Summit Shasta Basketball Player of the Game.
Congratulations to #12 Guy Manor for being selected the Kehillah Jewish Basketball Player of the Game.
The Kehillah Jewish (Palo Alto, CA) varsity basketball team lost Thursday's away conference game against Summit Shasta (Daly City, CA) by a score of 60-36.
The Summit Shasta (Daly City, CA) varsity basketball team lost Tuesday's away conference game against Kehillah Jewish (Palo Alto, CA) in overtime by a score of 69-63.