In what had the intensity of a championship game, this season opener went down to the wire as Bruriah took its game on the road at Frisch. With the score 20-12 and about 2 minutes left in the 2nd, starter Nikki Bick picked up her 4th foul and sat out until the start of the 4th. The bench rotation of Shira Hagler, Nechama Maryles,
Last Wednesday night, the TABC Varsity Basketball team drove into MTA for its season opener. From the first tip the game was a struggle for the Storm as despite good ball movement, shots were simply not falling. However, the defensive pressure led by Captain Solo Shulman (’15) and Azi Fine (’15) kept them in the lead going into the
Frisch showed up to play Thursday night as it beat DRS 3-2. This was the first victory by a Frisch team over DRS in seven years.
Odi Haramati scored all three goals and Alex Kershenbaum was stellar in net. Haramati now has a whopping eight goals in two games. Ari Gutenmacher, who has been a wall
Last week Ma’ayanot had its first game of the season against Kushner. The first half was a seriesof back and forth baskets from both teams with a 1st quarter of 7-6, Kushner. Senior Forward Shoshana Marder had the first point at the line with a foul shot. The 2nd quarter sparked a run for the Rapids as it put away 20 points in 8 minutes.
Almost 10 years ago the Shulman family was in search of a bar mitzvah project. They combined their love of Eretz Yisroel with their love of sports and found the Israel Sport Center for the Disabled. ISCD caters to wounded Chayalim as well as Israelis born with disabilities.
The center rehabs its
Last week, Ma’ayanot volleyball teams had their first games. The Varsity B Team played at Bruriah for a double header and came away with two wins from the match. Final Scores: 25-14 and 25-16. This was the school’s first time offering a varsity team in the B league, and first-year Coach Miriam Motechin was very proud of the effort and
Thursday night the Rapids came out with speed, intensity, and aggression in its first JV basketball game vs. Westchester. Coach Keni and Coach Atara took their team to the championship last year, and although they didn’t come out with a win against SAR, they got a taste of victory and are hungry for more. The game ended with a
The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 8-year-old Charlie Simmons as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week. Charlie is in the 3rd grade at The Moriah School and he plays for CMEK, MGBL, TBO and Ai Flag Football
Charlie who is your
Basketball, the main event in yeshiva sports, has arrived for the 2014-2015 school year. A year after two Eastern Conference teams ruled the court, it is the Western Conference that is projected to grab the attention this season.
At the top of the pack in the varsity world are the Frisch
On October 12th, the New York Rangers announced that they had selected the John T. Wright Arena/Mackay Rink in Englewood to be the beneficiaries of a community outreach program. The Rangers Assist program, sponsored by Chase, is a part of the Rangers’ “Go Skate” outreach programs that are designed to increase
The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 11-year-old Ian Broomberg as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week. Ian is a Bo Jackson of Bergen County youth athletics. He plays for the Yavneh hockey team, Aiflag flag football, Bergenfield PAL, Mitch Gross Basketball and TABC Jr