On May 29, the Ma’ayanot Rapids battled their toughest game of the season, an athletically persistent Kushner Cobra team. Entering the gym undefeated (for the second year in a row), the Rapids were confident but extremely focused. They knew Kushner wasn’t going to let down one bit. Led by coaches Moshe “Ziggy” Zharnest and
Members of the Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) sports management club had the unique opportunity to receive a behind-the-scenes tour of Red Bull Arena, the home of Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls.
Upon arrival, the students were greeted by Bill
With the MGBL High School playoffs a week away, electricity was in the air as all ten teams battled for playoff spots. The first two games at TABC featured tremendous games by Stevie Paul (29 pts) and Jack Stepner (MGBL record 45 points) as they lead their teams Sharsheret and Akari Therapeutics
Earlier this month, a team of young Jewish hockey players from the New York Metro area entered a high-level tournament in Delaware and emerged victorious. The team, nicknamed the Juice, was made up of boys who attend Moriah, Noam, Ramaz and MDS and were coached by three of their fathers. Playing some of the most talented teams on
The second Annual 3-on-3 Basketball tournament at Yeshivat Noam was a ton of fun for everyone who attended. The format was a 13 team double elimination competition which included Noam alumni, parents and alumni families. In the championship game, the runners up were Stevie Paul, Charlie Bendheim and Jack Stepner
On May 25, the Frisch boys’ volleyball team won its first-ever yeshiva league championship by defeating SAR by the score of three games to one. Led by its five seniors—Rafi Baruch, Elie Kern, Shimon Ohana, Jordan Gartenberg and Sammy Fishman—as well as coach Omar Munoz, the tense match was played in Ma’ayanot High School in
Amidst much fanfare and buzz within the community, the highly-anticipated inaugural Yeshiva League Legends Tournament will take place this Monday, May 29, at Basketball City in Manhattan. This one-day, highly competitive basketball tournament is guaranteed to become the premier and most competitive Jewish basketball tournament our community
Sophomore Esther Avidan started the offensive onslaught a mere seven seconds into the first quarter. Avidan’s goal came off of a nifty assist from Dafna Levine. Moments later the favor was returned and Levine netted one off of a pass from Avidan. When the smoke cleared the duo accounted for 11 of the team’s 16 goals.
This year’s eighth installment of the Columbus Baseball Invitational (CBI), dubbed the “Jewish World Series,” featured 12 teams, making it the largest event in the tournament’s history. This year’s teams came from all over the country, spanning as far as the Northeast, Georgia, California, Illinois and, of
This past weekend was another busy week for the MGBL high school division. Going into the weekend the Benchwarmers and Embroidme were still searching for a regular season victory and Akari Therapeutics Plc was having a perfect season.
The first game of the weekend takes us to the Torah