On Sunday, November 10th in Bigler, PA, 12-year-old Naomi Kutin made powerlifting history, yet again. Lifting in the 100% Raw Powerlifting Federation in the Central PA Open, Naomi was setting records with every lift. As she was competing in her first contest since her 12th birthday, Naomi was now in a new age category (12-13), and every attempt was
Teaneck’s fall recreation soccer league (TJSL) came to a close with Denmark victorious in the 10U division. The team’s roster, mostly 3rd and 4th grade boys from a spectrum of local day schools, included: Avi Baron, Yair Benharush, Isaiah Chung, Matty Dreifus, Aiden Einhorn, Joseph Mann, Ari Mazin, Stephan Nayowitz, Noah Sebbag, Jake Stahl, Joey
To culminate an undefeated regular season, Canada took home the championship vs. The Netherlands this past Sunday in front of a raucous crowd at Amman Park.
Regular practices throughout the season made a huge difference as players knew where to be at all times and when to attack the ball. They say that “defense wins championships”, and Canada
In the Fall PBI Baseball League Tournament, the 10U Teaneck travel baseball (TBO) team finished in fifth place out of 10 teams. TBO proved they could hold their own in a highly skilled and competitive All-Star league division outscoring opponents 59 to 55 in total runs and defeating two of the top-four ranked teams.
The season started out looking very promising
The Bruriah Lightning entered their home opener against Ilan, hoping to continue their undefeated season. It was a physical back and forth game with many ties and lead changes. To the dismay of the home crowd, Ilan held on to its lead in the 4th quarter and beat Bruriah 30-27.
The Lightning, were led by the tight defense and scoring punch of Shoshana Rozenberg,
November 20th faced with the always-tough test of traveling to Ramaz and playing the JV Rams in close quarters in front of a vociferous crowd, the Frisch JV Cougars did what any self-respecting Manhattanite would do: they took the A-Train.
With slashing drives and twisting layups, So. F Captain Andrew (“A-Train”) Langer’s 29 points and 10
November 18th, 2013—The SAR JV Girls Volleyball Team continued its perfect season with a straight set (21-9, 21-15) victory over Kushner. Jen Goldsmith and Eva Spier helped the Lady Sting take the first set by each serving six times. The second set was tighter, but Goldsmith came through yet again with nine straight serves and three aces. Freshman Aliza Schneider
November 14, 2013—In a back and forth game, the Sting took home a victory over Kushner, with a final score of 57-46.
The first quarter was a bit slow for SAR, but it still managed to keep the game close. In the second quarter, SAR put on a surge, taking an eight point lead into the half. The third quarter saw Kushner cut the lead, led by swing man
SAR dominated the Rambam Ravens, winning by a final of 5-1.
The game was owned by The Sting from start to finish. Sam Schwalbe scored twice, Safdeye once, Jack Scwalbe once, and Seffi Jonas put in one as well. Coming off of a tough loss against TABC, the SAR fans were thrilled to see SAR get back to its winning ways and get a big win.
November 18, 2013—The SAR Varsity Girls Volleyball squad swept the Kushner Cobras in straight sets, (25-23) (25-12) (25-23).
Serving was the story line for the girls, as both Rachel Weintraub and Abby Epstein had streaks of seven straight serves at different points during the match! Epstein dominated at the front of the net, accumulating two huge spikes in
The Frisch girls basketball season has gotten off to a great start. Winning the three out of the first four games has put Frisch on a good path to the playoffs and being major contenders to the rest of the teams in the league. The first game, played against Ramaz, was a close game with both teams playing well. The Frisch defense was at its best, but in the
On Motzei Shabbos, the Lions faced the Frisch Cougars in the first of their two matchups this season. Frisch scored the first few buckets of the game, but the Lions quickly gained their composure and took a small lead headed into the second quarter. Led by the great scoring and rebounding of Eli Lipner (10 points), the Lions had a comfortable nine