Bowling: Moshiko AFI playoffs begin this weekend

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
January 30, 2008 07:23
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The draw for the Holyland Bowl playoff bracket was held at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem on Saturday night. The 16 teams that finished in first or second place in the eight upper-tier second-round groups qualified for the top playoff bracket. Stevie's Boyz, which defeated Shemtov Pizza 53-6 on Saturday night to finish undefeated in its group and has lost only one game all season, was drawn to face Oma's, a Friday team that had one win and two losses in the second round. Their game is scheduled for 10:35 P.M. Saturday night, February 2, at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem. Oma's clinched second place when Karelitz defeated Magen Av 20-12 on Friday. Oma's, Karelitz and Magen Av all finished with one win and two losses in their four-team group, and Oma's won the tiebreaker. Karelitz would have clinched the spot if it had beaten Magen Av by 28 points or more. Travaglini, which finished in first place after going undefeated in its group, was drawn to face Bonkers Bagels (Friday, 12:20 P.M.). In one of the most interesting matchups this weekend, Tov Pizza, which went undefeated in its group, and American Registry, which clinched its spot in the Holyland Bowl playoff bracket with a 43-2 victory over Middle Gate Securities on Friday, are scheduled to face off Saturday night. In the Terem Bowl playoff bracket, which consists of the eight teams that finished in third place in the upper-tier groups, Pizzeria Efrat was drawn to face Karelitz. Their game is scheduled for 8:20 P.M. Saturday night, February 2. Kfar Zippori wraps up co-ed season with win Kfar Zippori defeated Shuman PR 33-6 at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem on January 22 in both teams' final game of the Tuesday Night Football League regular season. Kfar Zippori (seven wins, two losses and one tie) will finish the regular season in second place and Shuman PR (three wins, seven losses) will be fifth. The Hadassah Lions gave their fans something to cheer about when they beat Nativ 44-7 in week 13 of the Real Housing Women's AFI league. Melissa Eddison scored one touchdown, Mya Vardi scored two and Brit Sharon scored an impressive four TDs. Vardi also picked the ball off once on defense. Halachic Organ Donor Society struck down the Lightning 18-0. Touchdowns were scored by Dana Houser, Michal Hartman and Elyana Segal. On defense, Esti Glustein recorded one interception. In their game against the Trumanettes, Paige's Lakers came away with a 33-6 victory. Nili Block, Tara Wienstien and Ahuvah Odenheimer each scored a touchdown, and Avital Segal scored two TDs. Extra points were scored by Wienstien, Block and Ariella Auganstien. On defense, interceptions were recorded by Odenheimer and Ronni Cohen. Diamonds.com dominated their game against Eden's Eagles. Diamonds quarterback Ilana Abell scored three touchdowns, Penina Rapaport scored four TDs and Galia Katz and Hadass Amsalem each scored one. Rapaport and Meira Simon scored two two-point conversions each. A stingy Diamonds defense, which included interceptions by Rapaport (4), Katz (3) and Abell (3), was able to hold the Eagles throughout the game, resulting in a score of 66-0. Mishaan Plumbers beat Ziontours 34-6. Jessie Sagoskin and Ayelet Wartelsky scored two touchdowns each, and Ayelet Hecht scored one. Sagoskin also scored three extra points, and Hecht scored one. On defense, Sagoskin and Hech had two interceptions each. Also in week 13 of the Real Housing WAFI, the Anglican School forfeited to Vringo (a forfeit results in a score of 25-0.)


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