The Boiling Point

Kent’s Calls: 2016 Football: Something old, something new

Kent’s Calls: 2016 Football: Something old, something new

November 6, 2016

For me, September is a month of mixed emotions. On the one hand, it’s back to school; on the other hand, it’s football time. I get my favorite spor...

Mismatch between rivals helps boys Flag Football team win two against YULA; Girls to play Panthers Nov. 3

Mismatch between rivals helps boys Flag Football team win two against YULA; Girls to play Panthers Nov. 3

October 22, 2016

The week may have ended badly, but it started with high spirits. In a matchup that was uneven in more ways than one, the Boys Flag Football Team nearl...

‘Sweet Agony’ of Fantasy Football lures students anyway

‘Sweet Agony’ of Fantasy Football lures students anyway

October 12, 2016

Competition, anxiety and many lost hours of homework are all hallmarks of Fantasy Football, but it seems students at Shalhevet have fallen for it as hard...

Boys’ Flag Football undefeated streak ends with back-to-back losses to AGBU

Boys’ Flag Football undefeated streak ends with back-to-back losses to AGBU

September 28, 2016

After two years of undefeated seasons in the Coastal League, the boys’ flag football team ended its 30-game win streak this week, losing to AGBU of Canoga...

Boys Flag Football beats YULA to keep in-league undefeated streak alive

Boys Flag Football beats YULA to keep in-league undefeated streak alive

September 11, 2016

By Nathan Benyowitz, Web Sports Editor In his second career start as quarterback, senior Alex Silberstein threw for a career-high four touchdowns t...

For transgender baseball player from New Roads, sports help make him ‘one of the guys’

For transgender baseball player from New Roads, sports help make him ‘one of the guys’

July 2, 2016

A New Roads batter stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the fifth inning at a Shalhevet-New Roads game April 13. Firehawk pitcher Asher Remer pitched the ball across the field to him, and the New Roads batter swung the metal bat and was struck out. He was out, but a teammate high-fived him as he trotted back to the bench and others hollered a job well done.

Day of talking breaks tension between Glendale and Shalhevet football teams

Day of talking breaks tension between Glendale and Shalhevet football teams

February 1, 2016

On the morning of Dec. 3, religion and culture transformed from divisive boundaries to topics for conversations for flag football players from Shalhevet and Glendale Adventist Academy.

Rams have some work to do to win fans from other teams

Rams have some work to do to win fans from other teams

January 27, 2016

Despite the excitement of the Rams coming to Los Angeles, many Shalhevet students will still support the team they already root for.

KIAN’S CALLS: First Semester Scorecard

January 11, 2016

By Kian Marghzar, Outside Sports Columnist So how'd I do?  Here's a look back at my predictions from the first semester, and how they turned out. Last issue, I talked about how amazing the running backs are this year in college football and predicted for the first time in a while, the Heisman Trophy would go to a running back. I was partly right and partly wrong. T...

One coach plus three teams equals plenty of victories

One coach plus three teams equals plenty of victories

November 14, 2015

In just his second year with Shalhevet, Coach Ryan Coleman is serving as head coach for three separate Firehawk sports teams, following Colin Jamerson’s basketball resignation on Sep. 17.

TOURNAMENT TIME: Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament greets schools from throughout U.S.

November 12, 2015

While basketball has always been important to Shalhevet, this year it aims for a new level entirely as the school prepares to host the first-ever Steve ...

Alumni live, learn and serve amid terror in Israel

Alumni live, learn and serve amid terror in Israel

November 12, 2015

Blood stains the streets of Jerusalem as IDF soldiers and medical personal tend to victims of terrorist stabbing attacks. During what has been colloquially called a “Third intifada,” public street stabbings shootings and car have become somewhat of a regular occurrence in Israel.