The Ma’ayanot Swim season recently came to an end. It was a very competitive team this year that won two meets against Bruriah and Frisch, came in second place in one group meet, and lost another.
Led by our excellent coach, Esther Lowensteiner, the team practiced since September, sometimes after long school days with other commitments to attend to after swim
After capping a perfect 10-0 regular season with a win over YCQ, the RYNJ girls basketball team secured the top seed in the playoffs.
On Monday night they faced Barkai, a team they had beaten by only a narrow margin during the regular season. After trailing early, the Jaguars caught up and, at halftime, the score was 22-19, RYNJ leading.
In the third
On February 12th the 6th grade RYNJ Jaguars started their season in Deal, NJ. On the eve of the year’s biggest snowstorm, the Jaguars suffered a 49-45 defeat. Even so, led by Shmulie Coates (22pts), the Jaguars showed sparks of greatness battling back from a double digit deficit,
With a sour taste in our mouths, the Jaguars returned home determined
SAR JV Boys Basketball defeated TABC in the quarterfinal round in true nail-biter fashion. The game was neck and neck throughout in a defensive slugfest, with no team taking a large lead.
After being held to only 2 points in the first, SAR scored 11 in the second quarter. For the night, the Sting hit four 3-pointers, including two by Eitan Hain and one each by
The Skyline Conference announced today that among its men’s basketball all-conference members is Yeshiva guard Yisrael Feld, who was named the Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, as well as a second-team All-Skyline member for the 2013-14 men’s basketball season.
Feld had an outstanding first year with the Maccabees, leading the team and finishing high
The Noam Knights hockey team beat Moriah 4-1 on Monday night. It was an outstanding game all around and a great team win.
It was 2-1 at the end of the 2nd, but the Noam Knights hustled and netted 2 in the third. Charlie Bendheim had 2 goals, Akiva Wieder had 1, and Ari Soloman had a goal. Wieder, Sammy Weiss, Yehuda Saks, and ET Dubin were jumping in front of
The Moriah sixth grade boys and Coach Dovey Forman have started the season with two impressive wins. The team has a 14-man roster: Jason Aranoff, Eitan Chasman, David Cohen, Jon Comet, Joseph Forman, Isaac Horowitz, Gaby Katz, Coby Kinzelberg, Daniel Leifer, Rafi Lewis, Aaron Lubat, Ethan Schechter, Dean Shein, and Evan Solomon.
Game number one was on
The Yavneh 6th grade girls’ basketball team has had a very strong start to its season. Each game has been a real team effort with every player able to score and playing aggressive defense. I’m very proud at how hard the team works to play unselfishly. The girls have been able to make over 30 points each game on jump shots, put backs, and break-away
I keep finding that the best experiences in life, are those for which I prepare the least and which do not go according to plan. Last weekend a group of us from Frisch went to Florida to support Camp HASC in a road race. Only a day before we left, we didn’t think we were going and it ended up being one of the more meaningful and enjoyable weekends we have
Yeshiva University announced that Dr. Jonathan Halpert, men’s basketball coach for the past 42 years, will conclude his service at the end of the 2013-14 season. Halpert, a graduate of Yeshiva University High School for Boys, Yeshiva College, and Ferkauf Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, took over the Maccabees roster in 1972 and is the
The 2013-14 Capital One Academic All-District men’s and women’s basketball teams have been selected, and Yeshiva University has garnered two spots on its respective district teams, as Benjy Ritholtz has earned a spot on the men’s side and Rebecca Yoshor secured a spot on the women’s side.
Yeshiva is a part of District 3 which covers all NCAA
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