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Girls Middle School Basketball

The 2015-2016 Girls Middle School Basketball team is looking to improve on last season’s 5-5 record.  Led by Jessie Kornblum and Haley Wiener, two returning starters from last year, this group will look to play an up-tempo style and will run the floor at any opportunity. The improved guard play exhibited in the first month of

Hawks Kickoff Season at North Shore

The Boys Varsity Hawks head out to Great Neck on Tuesday night to begin the defense of their Championship crown against the North Shore Hebrew Academy Stars. After 2 months of grueling practices, the Hawks are confident that they are finally ready to begin their quest to repeat as MYHSAL champions. The Hawks will start

HAFTR Boys Varsity Hockey beat North Shore Hebrew Academy 7-0

Monday, October 26, 2015 8:15 PM North Shore Hebrew Academy AWAY 0 HAFTR HOME 7 Game Recap The hawks went into this game riding high after a 7-0 win against SSLI, hoping to continue with their strong start. Playing against a depleted roster for North Shore, the hawks had control of the ball most of

HAFTR Boys Varsity Hockey beat SSLI 7-0

Saturday, October 24, 2015 8:30 PM SSLI AWAY 0 HAFTR HOME 7 Game Recap It was a strong showing for the hawks in their season and home opener. It started off a little slow for the hawks with SSLI playing a zone defense which threw them off, but HAFTR adjusted and the rest was history.

Coaches Training

HAFTR Hawks coaches ready for the ’15-’16 Season. Check in here for weekly updates, articles, game recaps.   Go Hawks!



Girls Middle School Basketball

As we hit the end the season, we find ourselves 5-4, with some hard-fought games behind us. We learn from each game, whether it’s a win or a loss. There have been many bright spots, some predictable and some pleasantly surprising ones. Haley Wiener has emerged as a true point guard, with perfectly timed passes, dynamic

Girls Varsity Volleyball

A successful Varsity team is rarely built with one senior and all juniors. But, this is not an ordinary team. From day one, we worked hard on stamina, technique and strategy and bonded the individual strengths of each player into a solid team.  This team needed to win the last game of the season to clinch