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Saturday, February 29, 2020

Sports

The Rivalry Continues: Bruriah Basketball Report

The interstate rivalry between Bruriah (8-2) and SKA (9-0) intensifies with each meeting. The latest one was played on the first Sunday in January. With strategies for the highly anticipated, well-attended slugfest set, both teams came out swinging, Bruriah in a triangle-and-2 and SKA in a full court man-to-man. Bruriah won round one with

Calling All Sports Enthusiasts in Grades K-5! Join MetroWest Hakoah Sports Club

Do you love all kinds of sports?  Join other sports aficionados once a month for a fun evening at MetroWest Hakoah Sports Club (Grades 2-5) and MetroWest Hakoah Junior Sports Club (Grades K-1).  Each meeting will focus on a different theme. Kosher snacks and a Hakoah Sports Club T-shirt will be provided to all participants. For more

JKHA to Host Basketball Intramurals

Livingston – The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy will be hosting basketball intramurals on four Sundays this winter. Open to 4th through 8th graders attending JKHA or affiliated with other Greater Metrowest Jewish Federation agencies, the program will run from 9-10 a.m. on February 1, 8, and 22, and on March 1. Program instructors include

SPORTS SCENES

TABC Varsity Hockey Reach 11-0 at the Break

On January 7th, the Storm varsity hockey team traveled to Kushner to take on the 7-2-0-1 Cobras.

Both teams came out strong, exchanging chances during the 1st period. In the 2nd period, Yair Knoller opened the scoring, putting one past the Kushner goalie to give the Storm a

U9 Hurricanes and U11 Fire Win 37th Clarkstown Invitational Indoor Soccer Tournament

FC Teaneck’s U9 Boys Hurricanes and U11 Boys Fire earned winner’s medals, and U13 Boys Thunder claimed second place as the clubs took home their first-ever tournament championships at the 37th Clarkstown Invitational Soccer Tournament on January 11 at Rockland Community College in Suffern,

RYNJ Building & Gym Expansion a Tremendous Success

Every institution starts out small and dreams of the day when it will max out on its current space and need to grow. The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey is experiencing another year of record enrollment, serving over 1100 students. Although the school’s growth is a bracha, it does come with logistical challenges, as

TABC Varsity Takes Two and Clinches a Playoff Spot

On Sunday December 28th the Varsity Storm Basketball team made the trip to the Sephardic Community Center on Ocean Avenue to take on the 5-5 YDE Warriors.

The game was fast paced from the opening tip off as the 1st quarter ended with a 14-10 score in favor of TABC, Brum leading the

MTA: Championship Competitors

This Monday night the MTA Varsity Lions went to Frisch to take on the Frisch Cougars in hockey. Coming off a big loss motzei Shabbos, MTA had to regain its momentum.

The game was interesting from the beginning, with a wrestling match going on in the same room. Whistles being blown every second

Rangers Win the TABC Jr Hockey Championship

On Sunday the Stars and Rangers met again to determine a champion. The first go-round was a 0-0 tie, and this time nobody would be disappointed with the excitement and intensity of the game.

Once again the game was dominated by tremendous play, especially by goalies Yis Kaminetzky of the Rangers

SAR Wrestling Team Defeats Leonia

The SAR wrestling team recently beat Leonia 48-36. Wins all came by pin from Ori Feinberg, Max Berger, Jeremy Berger, Leo Weiner and Ben Listman in his first match of the season after an injury. In exhibitions, all wins also came by pin from Jonah Burian, Cfir Feinberg, Daniel Osen, and Daniel Aaronoff.

Rapids Top the Hawks in a Great Game

On Monday night, December 29th, the Ma’ayanot Rapids played an amazing game against HAFTR. The Rapids headed off with a great start. The 1st quarter started with 9 points scored by freshman Jessie Orgel that included a 3-pointer. Further into the quarter, another 4 points were scored by freshman Leora Adler that included some