The MTA Lions varsity hockey team visited the DRS Wildcats for a rematch of last year’s semifinal game. After arriving a bit later than planned, the game finally began.
Midway through the first period the Lions took a one goal lead after Ezra Quint scored his first goal of the season with an assist from Daniel Jaroslawicz. Then, with 17 seconds left
November 17, 2013—The Lady Sting Varsity Girls Basketball Team went down to the Jersey shore to battle against Hillel and came away with a 43-31 victory.
The game started out close; by halftime SAR was clinging to a 12-10 lead. However, led by strong performances by junior Rebecca Packer, sophomore Dahila Fischer and senior Ali Trachtenberg, the Lady Sting
The Ma’ayanot JV basketball team was on fire as they won their second game in a row against Central on Thursday night. This was the team’s first home game of the season, and they certainly impressed the crowd.
Going into the locker room after the first half, the Ma’ayanot Rapids had a tremendous lead. They came out in the second half with the
Temperatures continue to drop but Teaneck’s TBO 8U team stayed hot throughout the fall season. An 8U team generally has a lot of Fall baseball “rookies” as it’s the youngest grouping on the league circuit. This team was fortunate to have four players from last year’s fall team as veterans of the travel experience. Michael Green, Jack Ruditzky,
Bruriah’s basketball A Team kicked off its season with a win against Maayanot at home! The game was action packed from the second the players stepped onto the court. The team was energized, excited, and united as they passed, dribbled, and ran the floor. After Nikki Bick (jr.) scored a layup off the opening tip, it was clear that the team was prepared for a
Tuesday, October 29th - Ma’ayanot’s varsity volleyball team kicked off the season with a win against Ramaz. Although Ramaz won the first set, Ma’ayanot came back and secured the victory by winning the next three sets. The Rapids were off to a great season!
Sunday, November 3rd - The team played their second game against Kushner. The
On Tuesday night, the Lions faced the Magen David Warriors. The Lions played an excellent first half, especially on the defensive end, and went into the half up by one. The Lions could not buy a bucket in the third quarter and quickly fell behind. By the time the fourth quarter came around the Lions found themselves down by ten points. But thanks to some big shot
The JV Lions continued their hot start with another victory over Westchester. MTA was in control throughout the game and won by a final score of 50-33. They were propelled once again by stellar team defense and unselfish play on offense. Adam Motovich led the way in scoring with 10 points and Ben Miller provided a spark with his outside shooting. The Lions look to
The JV hockey TABC Storm traveled to the Lion’s Den in Washington Heights to play the MTA Lions. The Storm started off strong with early and efficient goals in the first period. By the time the period was over it was 7-0 in favor of the Storm with Daniel Levy (2, 3), Yair Knoller (5, 6), Zach Rothenberg (2), Jonah Ganchrow (2) and Leo Dresdner (1) scored his first.
On November 6th, the Kushner JV Cobras came to Frisch ready to take on the JV Cougars after the Cobras’ impressive performance in a tough loss to TABC.
The Cougars jumped out to a 13-2 lead on the back of So. F. Andrew Langer’s driving and dishing and five points from So. G Mayer Scharlat and four more from So. PG Noah Schechter. So. F Isaac Weinstock held
After a disappointing end to the season last year, when the JV basketball team lost in the first round of the playoffs, the girls were excited to return to the court united and stronger than ever. Under the amazing guidance of coaches Keni Ashby and Atara Polinsky, the team practiced about four hours a week, beginning two months prior to their first game. Their coaches
The JV Storm Basketball team took on the strong JEC Thunder in front of a rocking house in Elizabeth on Wednesday night. The Thunder came out swinging with a 6-0 lead on two three-pointers before the fans were in their seats. The Storm players kept their cool and climbed out to 13-10 lead after the first quarter led by Shlomo Kroopnick’s (’16) inspired effort in