With his sights set on a 6th straight title, Coach Norm Blumenthal and the JV Storm opened the playoffs with a resounding 7 – 1 victory over the visiting Flatbush Falcons. The Storm were led by their ‘core four’ of Daniel Levy (’16), Yair Knoller (’16), Shua Naor (’16) and Ari Fuchs (’16) who collectively accounted for TABC’s first 5 goals. Daniel Levy
Having just watched their JV counterparts lose a game for the first time in two years, the Varsity Cougars had a tall task before them in their last regular season game of the year against their Bergen County rival, the TABC Storm. The Storm were coming off a victory over Frisch two weeks ago in Paramus.
Playing tough man to man from the get go, Frisch held
When TABC battled Frisch in the final game of the season, there was more at stake than a win in a local rivalry game. On the line was first place in the conference and, more importantly, home court advantage throughout the playoffs. The highly anticipated game started as a back and forth battle with both teams getting some early chances to put the ball in the net. The
The Frisch JV Cougars joined SAR and North Shore Hebrew Academy as they traveled to Canada to take on two Montreal schools, host Hebrew Academy of Montreal and the Maimonides School, in the six-game Oren Grunbaum Invitational Tournament.
The boys were met with a super-welcoming community and group of peers, and a very well-run tournament and Shabbos
Jerusalem—“The truth is, the Super Bowl long ago became more than just a football game. It is part of our culture, like turkey at Thanksgiving…like those holidays beyond their meaning, a factor in our economy.” These words, spoken by former CBS news anchor Bob Schieffer, reflect a new reality in the United States: that a four-hour football championship has
On Thursday, February 6th, the TABC Varsity Storm went into Frisch to take on the Cougars in a game that would strongly influence the winner of the MYHSHL Western Conference.
Early in the first period, Frisch took a 1-0 lead, but the Storm came back strong- scoring 2 goals off the sticks of Aryeh Pechet and Yehoshua Zirman to make the score
The RYNJ girls basketball team just completed an impressive 9-0 season. Under the leadership of Rookie coaches, Chani Hyman and Sara Wiener, the girls have been playing like a finely oiled machine. Defeating Halb (twice), Bruriah, Shulamith of Long Island (twice), Shulamith of Brooklyn, Barkai, and YCQ. Our captains, Sari Alexander and Talya Markowitz, have
Monday, February 10th, will mark the close of the first regular season of the Yeshiva Middle School Sports Association (Y.M.S.S.A) 7th and 8th grade basketball. The league, under the leadership of Commissioners Dov Elefant and Dovey Forman, is the competitive basketball and hockey home of 18 local yeshivot.
The NYC Division leading SAR JV Sting rolled into Paramus on Motzei Shabbat carrying a 9-0 record and ready to take on the Frisch JV Cougars who carried an 8-0 record and held first place in the N.J. Division. What promised to be a real battle between top teams for the Eastern Conference championship turned out to be a blowout, a barn burner, and a nail biter
Bruriah Lightning visited Ilan for an intense and important game. The last time these 2 teams met, Ilan won by a small margin of 3 points, but Bruriah was ready to take this game. Coming off of a big win against Magen David, Bruriah started the game off strong. Although Ilan played tough, on ball defense, Bruriah was prepared for the aggressive game and played with
After just completing another half marathon with the amazing Team Yachad (Daniel’s 2nd and Chani’s 4th), we decided to put into words what the experience was like.
Being part of a team that has so much heart and so much excitement, you can’t help but feel part of something unique and special. Team members ranged in age from 13-68 and came from all
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