Take a bunch of children from two different cultures who have almost nothing in common but the love of a sport, and where once there might have been fear and hatred, understanding is reached, friendships are made, and a whole lot of respect is gained for each other through how they play the game.
This was the vision attributed by some parents to the
Frisch’s Girls’ Varsity basketball team is, as of February 2, in first place with a record of 10-1. On January 29 the Frisch girls played Kushner. The coaches worried about not playing over the two week break, but as it turned out their concern was unnecessary. The team came out strong, playing even better than before. Frisch came out with a 56-33 win, the highest
On Thursday, January 30th, the TABC Varsity Storm hockey team was looking to get hot going into the stretch in a game against the JEC Thunder on ‘senior night.’ JEC, playing for its playoff life, was not going to make it easy.
After the first period, the score was 1-0 in favor of the Storm on a goal by Shmuel Levy. In between the first and second periods,
Itamar Ben David just completed a stellar season for the YU Men’s Soccer Team. Ben David, a native of Tel-Aviv, was ranked 6th in the NCAA DIII in points per game, 11th in goals per game, and 13th in assists per game. He set Yeshiva season-high records by scoring 16 goals and assisting on 10 goals. He also scored a hat-trick in three games, also a Yeshiva
The Ma’ayanot Rapid’s game against North Shore was an intense match for the varsity basketball team.
Ma’ayanot started out with the lead and held it for most of the game. The second half was neck and neck with both teams dropping several 3 pointers. The Rapids maintained a good fight with Rachel Sheinwexler’s speed and steals helping the team with 16
New York—Playing for the first time in 2014, with its most recent game back on December 18, the Yeshiva women’s basketball team lost its first Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (HVIAC) contest of the year, dropping the Maccabees to 5-7 (0-1 HVIAC) this season, while Albany College of Pharmacy improved to 12-2 (3-1 HVIAC).
Yeshiva was led by
On January 29th, Varsity Girls Basketball played a very good Bruriah team and came out on top by a score of 45-38.
The game started out slow, with SAR jumping out to a 7-4 lead after one quarter behind senior Samantha Hollenberg’s 3 points and 5 rebounds. SAR was able to hold onto its slim lead at the end of the second and third quarters, leading 14-12 and
The TABC JV Storm came back from the break looking to pick up some momentum heading into its huge upcoming game against Frisch for the one seed and the division title. The JEC Thunder came to the Weather Center to rain on their parade.
The Storm came out hard and scored on the first shift of the game to grab the early lead it would never relinquish. The first
The TABC Storm came into Tuesday night’s game against the SAR Sting after a long winter break; however, it seemed that nothing could slow them down as they opened up the game on a brilliant run. The all-around stellar team defense was led by Moshe Brum (’15) and Solo Shulman (’15) as the Storm held SAR to only 2 points in the first quarter. However, the Sting
The Ma’ayanot Rapids, the JV basketball team, finished its final regular season game at S.A.R. High School. This game was a great one because S.A.R. was the only team that had beaten Ma’ayanot all season. Going into the game, Ma’ayanot, at 8-1, was in first place with S.A.R. nipping at its heels in second.
When the game began, S.A.R got the tip and began
It has been a season of new beginnings for this hockey team. The Cougars first loss this season was to SAR, and none of the players have beaten SAR while wearing the Frisch jersey. It looked like another loss was heading their way. Frisch went down two nothing at the beginning of the second period and things were going downhill. Then Jono Wietschener scored on
The JV boys’ basketball team defeated Heschel, 44-33, in an important game with division championship ramifications, elevating SAR’s record to 7-0.
Despite falling behind 17-7 midway through the third, the Sting’s comeback spirit never waned and SAR was tied at the half with the Heat, 21-21. In the third quarter, the good times kept rolling as SAR went on