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DRS Advances In MSG Varsity’s “The Challenge”

DRS High School’s “The Challenge” Team (L–R): Academic advisors Bernard Thomas and Eli Brazil, Aryeh Kaminetsky, Eli Guttman, MSG Varsity “The Challenge” host Jared Cotter, Benjamin Aivazi, Dovid Goldschein, and Yitzie Scheinman

Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys has advanced to the second round of MSG Varsity’s The Challenge and will take on Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls on Sunday, April 7, at 6:30 p.m. on Cablevision Optimum Channel 14.

DRS is joined by 31 other schools from Nassau County as they progress through the regional rounds in trying to qualify for the tri-state championship playoffs.

Back for his fourth season as host of The Challenge is Jared Cotter, host of MSG Varsity’s Talent Show and a popular semi-finalist from American Idol. Cotter will serve as moderator, testing competing teams on their knowledge of history, arts and literature, current events, math, and science in front of a live studio audience.

The DRS Yeshiva High School team is represented by Aryeh Kaminetsky, Eli Guttman, Benjamin Aivazi (Captain), Dovid Goldschein, Yitzie Scheinman, and Yossi Goldschein. The academic advisors are Eli Brazil and Bernard Thomas. The Challenge includes 192 high schools from the entire tri-state area—Long Island (with Nassau and Suffolk as two distinct regions), the Bronx, Brooklyn, Westchester/Lower Hudson Valley, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Long Island will be represented by 32 high schools from Nassau County and 32 high schools from Suffolk County. A new matchup can be seen every Sunday through Friday at 6:30 p.m., on MSG Varsity, Cablevision’s Optimum Channel 14.

Participating schools advance through a series of elimination rounds, with one school in each region being crowned regional champion and winning $2,500 for their school. The winning teams from each region go on to The Challenge Championship, where they square off in the Tri-State Showdown. The school awarded the title of Tri-State Champion will receive $10,000 in prize money and each student participating in the final Challenge championship game will receive $500. For more information on The Challenge, please visit v

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