Game one of the doubleheader was against the Hillel Heat who came off a steaming 11-1 victory in their previous game against Ilan. Hillel started off on the right foot scoring four runs in the first inning. Ma’ayanot knew they were still in it, and scored a run in the second, third, fifth, and sixth innings to tie the game at
After starting off the season with two tough losses, MTA’s tennis team came out swinging on Tuesday night against SAR, determined to get their first victory. Led by strong performances from #1 Singles Josh Zyskind and #3 Singles Gabe Isaacs, MTA gained an early two matches to one advantage. Needing one of their doubles teams to win to
The RYNJ Jaguars are climbing high to the top. Lead by Coach Dara Zaer from Teaneck, the Jaguars have been able to show off their skills with confidence and cheer loud and proud with every shot made. The girls, their coach and the school are proud of what they have accomplished so far and are pumped and ready for upcoming
Heichal Hatorah, which is only completing its fourth year of operation, has placed both its varsity and junior varsity basketball teams in the playoffs for the Young Israel league. The varsity, coached by first year coach, Zev Senter, completed a highly successful season coming in third place. This year, it has both juniors and seniors on
Coming off a very disappointing loss earlier in the week, 7-2 to the Kushner Cobras, the Ma’ayanot Rapids looked to bounce back, on senior night, against the undefeated 5-0-1, Frisch Cougars. Although they played Kushner without their star offensive weapon, Rebecca Malech, they knew that wasn’t the reason for the defeat. They knew they
The Yeshiva University men’s tennis team’s historical streak continues, as the top-seeded Maccabees captured its fourth straight Skyline Conference tournament championship by knocking off #2 Purchase College, 5-2, at the Binghamton Racquet Club on Sunday afternoon. Yeshiva now earns an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III
Yeshiva University will hold its inaugural Yeshiva University Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony on May 8. With iconic YU coaches and all-time leading scorers for both men and women’s basketball among the inaugural class of honorees, the event will pay homage to the rich and vibrant history of Yeshiva University’s
Brothers Ray and Gary Aboff will be inducted to the Yeshiva High School Alumni Basketball Association (YABA) Hall of Fame on May 18, at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck.
Ray Aboff starred for JEC in the early ‘60s when they first gained entry into the Metropolitan Jewish Basketball League.