This past week the Rapids topped Heschel 12-1.
Junior Sarah Hiller led the offensive barrage by going 3 for 4 and driving in three, including a bases-loaded double that cleared the bases.
Junior Captain Alex Fuchs went 1 for 2 with 2 RBIs, hitting a monster shot to deep left field.
And freshman, Noa Applebaum and Senior Captain Ally Marguiles
On April 2, Moriah crossed the bridge and was hosted by MDS. Just minutes before the game started, Moriah learned that it had clinched the first seed in the playoffs because of an unexpected loss by Yavneh against RPRY. Moriah now entered its game even more pumped up than before.
MDS had prepared hard for its chance to take down the undefeated 7-0 Moriah squad.
This past Thursday, TABC’s JV Soccer Team hosted NSHA for a rematch of last year’s championship game. With a tentative start, TABC grabbed at 2-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. Picking up the tempo, and applying a full court press, with a blend of stifling defense, solid goal-tending and its own West-coast style “run and gun,” TABC scored 4 unanswered
After three relatively easy wins to open the season, the TABC Storm Varsity Soccer Team played a very competitive game against an experienced and very physical Frisch Cougars. Early in the game TABC tried to build up pressure with lot of smart ball movement, but Frisch defended calmly, forcing TABC into long shots and not giving up any easy chances. Frisch
Earlier this month, SAR’s four soccer teams began their seasons, and all have looked strong in the early stages of regular season play.
Varsity Boys Soccer is off to a 4-0 start, with blowout wins against Ezra, Ramaz, MTA, and Flatbush. The Sting have been led by senior captain Isaac Blinder (14 goals on the season), but it has been far from a one-man show.
The Mitch Gross Basketball League (MGBL) strives to teach all participants basketball fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship, and being menschen on the court. All of these attributes and thensome were on display when team Rock ’n Roll’s Gilad Jutkowitz took the court in the first round game of the second grade boys playoffs.
Jutkowitz led his team
On Sunday, April 6, 2014, MVP Basketball hosted its 6th Annual Boys All-Star Day. The daylong program featured five All-Star Games comprised of players from 27 yeshivas throughout the NY/NJ Metro Area as selected by their respective coaches. This year, two new grades were added to the fun filled day: 6th grade and 7th grade were added to 8th grade, High School
The two teams took the court less than 24 hours after the thrilling double overtime 5/6 championship game. The previous night’s game was a tough act to follow, but this game had all of the ingredients to become an epic battle.
In a fast-paced up-and-down game, Jonny Levine’s 32 points led team
The 2013-2014 Frisch Varsity Cougars, especially the seniors on the team, started the season on uncertain footing, learning a new system from a new coach. They opened to a rocky start, with a “one and done” appearance in the Magen David Tournament, dropping an overtime game to DRS. The team see-sawed through the Yeshiva League season, heading into the last
Last Tuesday night, Moriah hosted Yavneh in what most fans believe to be a preview of the YMSSA 6th grade Championship game. When the final buzzer sounded, Moriah had beaten Yavneh, 47-28.
Moriah took the early lead with a 9-3 run and never looked back. They were led by Coby Kinzelberg’s 13 points and 7 rebounds; Rafi
In a matchup of the original six teams, the Redwings defeated the Maple leafs 3-2 to win the winter 2014 title.
After a scoreless first period, the Redwings struck for 2 goals in the middle of the second period. Jonah Gerson opened the scoring putting home a rebound of an Eli Blumenfeld shot. Ezra Barishansky made it 2-0 when he put home a rebound of a