On May 23 the Yeshiva High School Basketball Alumni Organization will hold its second annual dinner at Congregation Ahavath Torah in Englewood, New Jersey. The Yeshiva High School Basketball Alumni have chosen to honor an impressive group of men this year. These nine honorees span more than 60 years of yeshiva basketball greatness, and it will be a thrill for fans to
The Ma’ayanot track team is a source of pride for many students and members of the Ma’aynot family. While the team does not participate in the “field” part, such as long jumps and hurdles of traditional Track and Field meets, its members have been very successful in races. Team members often participate in the 50-meter, 100-meter, 200-meter, and
On April 21st 2013, over 100 of the most talented female yeshiva basketball players came to Ma’ayanot High School for the MVP Basketball Camp All-Star Games. The festivities showcased local talent in the Junior High, JV and Varsity divisions.
The junior high game had the first overtime in the near decade years that the MVP Basketball Camp has been
Who’s on first? I don’t know at second, but a rebbe on third?
In the ’90s, the B’nai Brith Softball League Rambammers were once dominant. But the 21st century has seen some hard times for the team, with past stars Oren Hiller and David LaPoff having moved on.
Still, Captain Jerry Schranz was left with the task of rebuilding the
Looking to avenge an earlier tough home loss to North Shore Hebrew Academy, TABC traveled to NSHA for a rematch, one vital to the impending playoff picture of both teams. With stifling pressure defense and solid goaltending neither team was able to capitalize on the many offensive opportunities in the first half. Both teams went into the second half
The highly anticipated Varsity soccer game between TABC Storm and Frisch Cougars lived up to all the pre-game hype. The teams had identical 6:1 records, but TABC had a tie-breaker as a result of a 3-2 victory over Frisch earlier in the season.
The game did not start well for TABC. Already undermanned at the beginning of the game, TABC lost its captain, Oren
The spring of 2013 will not go down in history as a victorious one for the MTA Junior Varsity Softball Lions. Despite the 0-5 start, they nonetheless enjoyed a fun, entertaining season. Inconsistent batting and fielding efforts led to one loss after another. The team has significant talent and showed glimmers of promise, but have not yet been able to put an opponent
Following a disappointing shutout loss to Frisch, the Lions brought energy and offense into their doubleheader with SAR. In the first game, MTA scored nine runs in the first five innings and never looked back. The Lions walked away with a decisive win that demonstrated just how much talent they possess.
In the second game, the Lions continued their hot hitting,
Friday, May 3—The visiting JEC Thunder got off to a quick lead over the TABC Storm with a solo homer in the top of the first. When the Storm came to bat in the bottom of the inning, they matched the run and added one more. It was a back and forth game until the home team came to bat in the bottom of the fourth with the game tied 3-3. TABC scored five runs in the