Thursday, November 14, 2019


Youth Girls’ Clinic Offered To Yeshiva Elementary Schools by FDU Coach Ang and Women’s Team

Fairleigh Dickinson University has a new women’s basketball coach, Angelika Szumilo, or just coach Ang. As the former associate head coach at Fordham University, she comes with winning credentials that should match the success of FDU coach Greg Herenda’s men’s basketball program, which won its first ever NCAA tournament game

MDY Warriors Take Home the Hardware At Cooper Basketball Tournament

The MDY Warriors faced off against the HBRA Rams in the first round of the annual Cooper Yeshiva Basketball Tournament. Although the Warriors were fairly confident they would have success in the tournament, they were going to be faced with the challenge of playing without star Albert Nsiri for a third consecutive

RKYHS JV and Varsity Hockey Post Big Wins Over Ramaz Rams

Kushner won both home openers against a feisty Ramaz group on an exciting sports night matinee. The JV game saw a big performance from Kushner’s top line with Isaac Mendelson potting a hat trick and the entire line scoring a combined 13 points in the 9-0 win. The depth was solid too, many players doubling their career totals with

TABC Varsity Hockey Tops MTA in Home Opener

(Yeshiva League Pass) The Storm varsity hockey team welcomed the MTA Lions to Teaneck on Monday night and came away victorious 4-0. While the Storm were the heavy favorites, the Lions came out strong and were determined to keep it deadlocked at zero for as long as they could. With under seven minutes remaining in the first period,

MTA Varsity Hockey Lions Shut Out Hillel on Opening Night

On Wednesday, October 30, the MTA varsity hockey Lions played against Hillel High School. Both teams were ready for an exciting game. Two minutes into the first period, Gabe Pudell scored what turned out to be the first of many MTA goals. Shortly after that, Ben Friedman scored. That was it for the first period. During the second

Fear the Rams

(Yeshiva League Pass) 2019 is a prove-it year for the varsity hockey Ramaz Rams. After a devastating playoff loss last year against HAFTR, the Rams are looking to take the next step this upcoming season by doing the unthinkable: winning the championship. Ramaz has always been known amongst the Yeshiva League as a mediocre team with limited


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The game of the day took place in the 7/8 division, as Cellectar Biosciences, Inc. defeated Sharing Seats 35-31, in a game that was close throughout. In the first half, Sharing Seats was led by Jackie Carter’s eight points and Sienna Dube’s seven points. Cellectar was led by Samatha Pruzanky’s seven points

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Sunday November 10, 2019


Orthodox Female Ice Hockey Player Has ‘Jewish Pride’

Thanks to her humble beginnings on Barbie rollerblades, Orthodox Jew Aliza Hiller is defying stereotypes as an ice hockey player in a competitive women’s league. As a kid, she played basketball, softball and floor hockey, but competitive ice hockey was not an obvious passion, rather she says, “I grew to love it.” Hiller was

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