Thursday, May 24, 2018


MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game takes us to Ma’ayanot High School, where team Confie matched up with Arnold Schoen MD. Both teams entered the game with identical records, in search of another victory in this last game of the regular season.

Confie took the

Jawbreakers Are Undefeated MGBL Regular Season Champs

Fifth-sixth grade MGBL boys Jawbreakers go undefeated in the regular season. Coaches Ben Lopkin and Chaim Herman have been coaching together since their boys were in second grade. They are especially proud of all the boys who have contributed to this great feat, it has really been a team effort. The Jawbreakers have played

Yeshiva University to Host 27th Annual Sarachek Basketball Invitational

Twenty select teams vie for top spot in North America’s most prestigious Jewish high school basketball competition.

(Courtesy of Yeshiva University) From March 15-19, Yeshiva University’s 27th Annual Red Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament will bring together hundreds of student athletes and

Bruriah Varsities Make Basketball Easy as A, B

For the second time in three years, Bruriah is sending its varsity basketball A and B teams to their league championships. While the teams each arrived at their destinations along different paths, they both accomplished it with talent, sportsmanship, determination and grace. In combined practices, it’s difficult to tell which

Frisch JV Volleyball Takes Home the Championship

The Frisch JV girls volleyball team started the season with just three returning players from last year, which in yeshiva league volleyball means that the remaining seven players were new to the sport. It was also the first season coaching for their new coach—a proud Frisch alumna who played four seasons of Frisch volleyball,



Boys Varsity Basketball Playoffs







YU Macs Make History, Head to NCAA Tourney

Win Skyline Conference crown for the first time ever.

The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team won its first ever Skyline Conference championship, knocking off #2 Purchase College by a score of 87-81, at the Purchase College Gymnasium last week. As a result, the Maccabees earn

How I Got an Unlikely Olympic Reminder That ‘Torah Is the Best’

Sometimes truth is actually stranger than fiction. The following story is one such instance. During the summer of 2010, Camp Kanfei Nesharim (an orthodox teen ski and travel South Pacific adventure camp) passed through the small Australian ski town of Cooma, located in the snowy mountains section of New South Wales about six hours

TABC Storm Bests Rambam 3-0 in Varsity Hockey

MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game takes us to the Fleman Gymnasium at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of New Jersey. Two of the top teams in the third/fourth grade division went head to head as the Monstars faced Approved Funding.

The Monstars got the action started with four quick points a

He’Atid Hurricanes Boys Make History

Two weeks after the first-ever He’Atid Hurricanes basketball game played by the girls team, the Hurricane boys had their chance. Coached by Yoni Greenberg, the team made a strong effort in their first game of the season, hustling until the final buzzer. A nice fan turnout brought some serious cheering and