Nathaniel Liberman played through muscle cramps in both legs on Thursday night, but he couldn’t overcome them. And neither could Valley Torah overcome a fourth-quarter comeback by View Park, falling 69-68, as the Knights slayed the Wolfpack’s hopes of a California Interscholastic...
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Yosef Grundman got his groove back just in time for Valley Torah’s historic postseason run, leading the Wolfpack to a 58-50 win over Calvin Christian of Escondido in the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation Division 5 basketball tournament at Los Angeles Valley...