The Ma’ayanot JV basketball team played its final game of 2013-2014 falling to the SAR Sting in the championship game held at TABC.
The game was a scoreless defensive battle until the middle of the first quarter, when the Rapids scored a layup to take the lead. Ma’ayanot remained in the lead for a few minutes until SAR scored a layup as well. The
Bruriah ended its regular season in the A-League with a win against SAR. The Lightning’s 8-4 record earned them a home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs vs. Flatbush, a rematch of last season’s first-round playoffs, also at Bruriah. Last year Flatbush emerged as the victors, so the Lightning were determined to avenge the loss. That they did with a
Wow! What a great game for the 4-0 Moriah 6th grade boys’ basketball team. Every man on Moriah’s roster played well and helped defeat RYNJ, 57-30.
Moriah got rolling early with 6 points from Isaac Horowitz and 6 from Gaby Katz. Katz, finished with a double-double (14 points and 17 rebounds), and was followed by Ethan Schechter with 9 points. Yonah Hook led
The CMEK Girls 5th Grade team won the Bergen Travel League Championship in convincing fashion by defeating Westwood 34-21 in the final game of the season. The team, led by “The Fab Five”—Dani Rothschild (Noam), Nikki Ratner (Yavneh), Gabby Green (Moriah), Yakira Keiser (Noam) and Carly Sheinfeld (Noam)—also received a strong assist from Vanessa
The fact that SAR won the Boys Middle School Championship at Frisch last Monday was no surprise. However the manner in which they went about doing it was a first for the 13-0, undefeated Sting. SAR went 10 regular season games and two playoff contests entering the championship game without ever trailing and only once allowed three goals in a game. This time,
Yeshiva University Department of Athletics & Recreation has announced the hiring of Ira Miller as head men’s tennis coach. Miller brings a wealth of tennis experience to the Maccabees, including over 22 years as an NCAA tennis head coach, and17 at the Division I level. His most recent position was at Fairleigh Dickinson University, a Division I program
This past Sunday, TABC’s JV Soccer opened up its season against Frisch, a rematch of last year’s semi-final game won by TABC.
With a tentative start, both teams were tied at two goals. But as the quarter closed, TABC held a 5-2 lead. Maintaining offensive pressure and control, TABC blew the game open in the second quarter, leading 8-3 at the half and10-3 at
Having earned a #1 seed in the B-League with a 10-2 record, Bruriah hosted Magen David in the playoffs.
Avigayil Wiener led the offense with fast breaks to build a comfortable lead and Eliana Alter hit outside shots to add to Bruriah’s lead. Rachel Hershkowitz, Shayna Schwartz, and Shayna Rosenzweig led the defense with blocks and rebounds. With a final score
Tenafly— Long before she was Miss America, Nina Davuluri was a little girl who looked different, practiced a different religion and yet was just as American as anyone else. Somewhere along the way she discovered that it was okay to be different and celebrate that uniqueness. For many, it is what sets this beauty queen apart from most—by winning pageants,
The SAR Academy Sting came into TABC on Championship Sunday with one goal in mind: three-peat. SAR had won the last two championships in 6th and 7th grade while compiling a 23-1 record. This year, the 8th grade team sported a 12-0 record including the playoffs with an average margin of victory of 30 points. Was this team undefeated based on its weaker division
The JV Soccer team had its first game against Frisch on Tuesday night.
Freshmen Aleeza Berkowitz and Mashi Cohen each knocked in one goal in the first quarter.
Berkowitz then put away three more goals before the final buzzer. The Rapids are now 1-0.
By Jennifer Sanders
MTA recently opened its new fencing program with a special lunchtime presentation that took place in the school’s fencing room. Head Coach Jed Segura, who also serves as captain of the Yeshiva College fencing team, came by to demonstrate and to speak to the more than 30 interested students about the program. The program is just one example of the many benefits of a