The Premier Endoscopy team in Senior Girls Softball won the Teaneck Baseball Organization championship last week.
The team played tremendous defense in its back-to-back playoff wins. Pitchers Sarah Berman and Yonina Reichman gave up only 2 runs in the two games.
The fielders protected the lead turning four double plays in the final game.
The Chopstix Tcats used some excellent defense and timely hitting to capture the TBO Junior Girls championship over team Pizza Crave 12-4.
The game started off slowly for Chopstix, and the Pizza Crave team jumped out to an early lead.
Down 4-3, Chopstix rallied to score 4 runs in the 5th and then 5 more in the 6th to clinch
In the 11/12 division Coolkippahs (the number 3 seed) coached by Ronnie Aranoff, Ellie Kinches, and Dani Bendheim defeated Generator Plus (number 1 seed) coached by Jonathan Gellis and Ofer Naor by a score of 10-2.
Sam Bendheim pitched four innings of 2-run ball and Eli Zaretzky pitched two scoreless innings to close out the game.
What a season! Teaneck Podiatry went undefeated in league play to win the championship in convincing fashion 8-2.
Led by the star pitching of Ella Buchsbayew and Ariella Vogel, the team limited the opposition to only two runs, surely a record in Middle Girls Softball. The championship game also showcased excellent
In a fitting end to a great season, the 13/14 championship game showcased terrific talent, stellar pitching (by Binyamin Senter and Yechiel Keiser) and solid defense.
It was a tight 1-1 game through 6, and the game went into extra innings. In the top of the 7th Genesis Pain Management exploded for five runs giving them a 6-1 lead. A key contributor
Coach Shamir Einhorn led the undefeated Yavneh Academy Soccer Team to a resounding 9-5 victory against a talented SAR team. The victory earned Yavneh the championship title in the inaugural season of YMSSA soccer.
The bleachers of the Torah Academy of Bergen County’s new gym were filled with family and fans at the June 10th playoff game, as Yavneh
Twelve Teaneck residents are recipients of Teaneck Junior Soccer League’s (TJSL) college scholarships that recognize volunteers for their work as Youth Coaches in TJSL’s recreational, travel and TOP soccer programs. Each Youth Coach completed a national soccer coaching program and spent at least 30 hours a year coordinating team activities including
Anyone who followed Bergen County Yeshiva League Basketball this season knows that the Frisch Cougars and the TABC Storm varsity teams had great battles between them, leading up to the Saracheck Tournament. In that tournament, both teams excelled, with Frisch advancing to the championship and pushing the YULA Panthers (who had dispatched the Storm)
Defensemen Jeremy Hikind and Justin Hod led the team to victory with a solid score of 8-4. Cougar goalie, junior Tyler Hod, frustrated the North Shore Stars in the first quarter by blocking all their shots except for one. Frisch came out strong in the second quarter by shutting down North Shore and scoring two goals of its own.
In the third quarter,
On May 18-20, 2014, the TABC Storm baseball team participated in the 5th annual Columbus Baseball Invitational (CBI). A total of nine yeshiva high schools from across the United States participated in this three-day event. The schedule included a Lag B’ Omer bonfire and barbecue, as well as much baseball and tefillah b’tzibbur. This unique
The Yavneh girls put up a good fight but fell to an undefeated SAR team in the YMSSA Cahmpionship game.
Coach Jen Sanders was impressed by the effort from every member of the squad. Emma Sohnen went man-to-man against SAR’s center, one of the league’s best players, making her earn every basket and rebound. Kira Elbaum and Michal
In a thriller that only MYHSL Boys Volleyball could provide, the #3 seeded SAR Sting took down the #2 seeded Frisch Cougars in Paramus.
The match started out with Frisch in complete control. Point after point, it seemed that Frisch’s lead in the first set would result in certain victory. But with the score locked at 23-17 in favor of Frisch,