On Tuesday night, the Noam Knights hosted the RYNJ Jaguars for a thrilling doubleheader. Going into the night all four teams had already clinched playoff spots, but seeding was on the line.
The night opened with the seventh grade teams. The seventh grade Knights took the jump ball and
On Motzei Shabbat, February 11, the varsity MTA Lions played against the Magen David Warriors. Both teams played with everything they had and never gave up. From the beginning of the game, the fierce Lions and the powerful Warriors matched each other point for point. At halftime, Magen David was leading by one. However, the
As students and fans from across the yeshiva league packed into the TABC gym for a double header between the Storm and their rival, the Frisch Cougars, the scene was set for a great night of basketball. With brothers Mo and Avi Proctor both out with injuries, TABC knew they were facing an uphill battle to
This past Monday night, the Noam Knights and the SAR Sting faced off in what some feel may be a preview of the championship, as these same teams have faced each other in their sixth and seventh grade championships in prior years. After a tough loss earlier in the season, the Noam Knights were looking to tie up the season with a win
It has been a week back from vacation and already the MTA varsity basketball team is back on track and beating the competition. On Motzei Shabbat, February 4, the MTA Lions played the Kushner Cobras for the second time in the season. The last time the Lions went up against the Cobras, they beat Kushner by 24 points. In that game,
On February 6, the Ma’ayanot Rapids played an intense and amazing game against the Bruriah Lightning. In the first quarter, the Rapids were in the lead with the score of 8-5. The points were scored by seniors Michal Horn and Rachelli Zomberg, each with a three pointer, and junior Leora Adler with a layup.
Ayelet Motechin, a sixth grader who plays for Paramus CMEK, has displayed incredible sportsmanship since third grade when she entered BTBL. She has always been the team’s emotional leader. She led by example and played through injuries and often encouraged all teammates to try their best. She started chants during her rare
Joey Goffstein, who served as head bat boy for the Newark Bears, Brooklyn Cyclones and the Israeli National Team, has joined the Yeshiva University Maccabees baseball team for the 2017 college baseball season.
Joey will wear #3 on his jersey and play the outfield. He bats & throws right
Another Sunday tournament, another win for RKYHS wrestling. This, after a slow start to the season, has the entire team eagerly anticipating their upcoming and biggest challenge of the season—the Wittenberg Tournament.
This week, again, the Cobras were the sole Jewish school in the tournament