Tuesday, July 16, 2019


TABC JV Softball Tops Sting in Playoff Opener

The JV softball team came out victorious over SAR 6-3 in their playoff opener at Sagamore to advance to the semifinals. The Storm were out for revenge against the Sting after they had lost to them in heartbreaking fashion in the regular season. TABC was already in a hole to kick off the game, being down 2-0 after two innings. Going

BFL Crowns Two Champs

The Bergen Football League (BFL) High School Division ended in grand fashion on the last play of the game. Tani Engel knocked down a Zack Levy pass, headed into the arms of Joe Baron, on fourth and goal to secure the championship for undefeated Nebraska, as Ohio State was inches from stealing the trophy. Nebraska

TABC Storm Baseball Punches Ticket to Finals

The TABC Baseball team is championship bound! The Storm beat the Frisch Cougars in convincing fashion 7-2 to close the book on this season series. The first time the Route 4 rivals met this year was in an 11 inning thriller that went to the Frisch Cougars. The Storm bounced back when they beat the Cougars in the final of the


TABC Baseball Grounds Falcons and Advances to Semifinals

The TABC Storm baseball team defeated the Flatbush Falcons, just like they did in the regular season, 10-0, in only five innings, to punch their ticket to the semifinals. The game was virtually decided in the first inning, with TABC exploding for six runs, and with ace senior Yechiel Keiser on the mound, as well as a balanced

Yeshiva University Honors Its Second Hall of Fame Class

Yeshiva University athletics has taken college athletics by storm, creating many die-hard fans and transforming student-athletes into household names. Whether it’s the high-flying Ryan Turell, sharpshooter Simcha Halpert, the tenacious rebounding of Michal Alge or the all-around superstardom of NABC All-American

Ma’ayanot Girls Varsity Soccer, ‘the Uconn’ of Women’s Yeshiva Soccer

Looking back at the last four years of MYHSAL girls varsity soccer, one can only take notice of the amazing feat of the Rapids. After winning their third championship in four years, the Rapids end the year with another division title and championship in hand. Since 2015, the Rapids have not lost a division and have not lost at

TABC Track Finishes First

On May 30, the TABC track headed out in the stormy weather for the track championships at the armory to defend their winning streak five years in the running. TABC won with a score of 98 with SAR in second, scoring 42, followed by Kushner with 40, Flatbush with 30, Rambam 14, Heschel 10 and The Idea School. Leading the way for TABC

Third Time’s a Charm for Frisch JV Boys Soccer

After ending the season on a two-game losing streak, which dropped them to the #5 seed, the Yeshivat Frisch Cougars had a tough rode to make it to the championship. As the second to last team in, the Cougars had to win two road games to even think about winning a championship. After a few tough practices and a lineup change, which

TABC Softball Advances to Semifinals

The varsity softball team kicked off their playoff campaign against the YDE Thunder Friday afternoon at Overpeck Park. This was the team’s first game in over a month, but you never would have guessed it. The Storm struck first in the bottom of the first with senior Ari Katz (who was double booked as a member of the baseball team


MGBL Minute

This week MGBL concluded the regular season for the boys high school league. On Saturday night, the Aamatex Powerwashing team continued their strong play coming back from a seven point deficit to win by nine. Chosen Healthcare won getting 36 points from Akiva Feit. Avi Proctor contributed 34 for