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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Sports

Frisch Baseball Moves on to the Semifinals

This past Sunday Frisch faced off with Heschel in the first round of the playoffs. Frisch carried a five game winning streak into the quar­terfinal matchup. The winning streak was highlighted by a long home run by RJ Fischer, amazing team effort, and strong pitching performances by Jake Lebovitch, Jared Caplan, and Isaac Seelenfre­und. Everything was

Moriah 6b Takes the YMSSA Crown!

What a spectacu­lar game for the fans to watch. On May 28th, the undefeated (11-0) Moriah 6b basketball team played against the Noam Knights in the new gym at TABC for the YMSSA sixth grade boys’ championship game. It was a packed house!

The season couldn’t have got any better for the Moriah squad as it was now celebrating something new: its first

Frisch Lady Cougars Win the Varsity Soccer Championship

Last Monday, the Frisch girls’ varsity soc­cer team played Kushner in a thriller at the neutral grounds of Torah Academy of Bergen County. The teams exchanged victories when they met twice in the regular season so eve­ryone knew the championship could go ei­ther way.

Walking into the TABC gym, one was hit with the excitement and immediate

TABC Tennis Report

In their most recent match, TABC dominated JEC, giving the Storm its first undefeated ten­nis meet in school history. Vis­iting coach, Dr. Brian Kalb, led the Storm in straight singles vic­tories. TABC’s sweeping lineup was represented by Aryeh Ber­man(’15) with a rallying 10-7 win; Yair Knoller (’16) with a 10-6 top­spin victory, and freshm en Noah

MTA Lions Baseball Fall to TABC

On May 27th, the MTA Lions, MTA’s newly-established baseball team, took on the TABC Storm in a highly anticipated match-up. The Lions started the season with a disappointing debut, ending up last in the pre-season polls. However, the Lions have recently proved that for a 1st year program they can compete and put up a good fight. Even so,

SPORTS SCENES

Sports Star of the Week The Jewish Link of Bergen County knows that we have many terrific athletes in our midst and all deserve special mention. We invite you to send us pictures of your ath­lete on the field/ court/track with a brief blurb to

Frisch Girls Soccer Advances to Championships

This past week the Frisch varsity girls’ soccer team played its local rival, Ma’ayanot, in the semi-finals. The Frisch Cougars came in confident, even on Maayanot’s home court, as Frisch had already beaten Ma’ayanot the last time they had met.

The Cougars started off the game with a strong 2-0 lead, with goals scored by Rebecca Gellis and Kelly

Bruriah Lightning Softball Cruises into the Playoffs

For the final game of the season, Bruriah hosted the Heschel Heat.

Bruriah started off with strong defense, stopping anything that came their way. Throughout the game, everyone had good hits, all contributing to the score. Daphna Becker hit two triples, while Tovah Weiskopf and Shayna Rozensweig both hit doubles. Lea Lefkowitz was walked and Dassy Dom­initch

Frisch Annual Sports Breakfast Scores a Knockout!

Dmitriy Salita, the champion boxer who has made headlines as a successful Orthodox professional athlete, spoke to a crowd of more than 300 fans, parents, coaches, and athletes at The Frisch School’s fifth annual Sports Breakfast on Sunday morning, May 18.  Salita spoke about his exposure to Orthodox Judaism upon his emigration from Odessa to the

Frisch Hockey Report

On May 22nd the Frisch Cougars faced the HAFTR Flames in the girls hockey semi-finals. This game would serve as a rematch of sorts from last year’s semi-final game where Frisch won decisively. This time it was Frisch mak­ing the treck out to Lawrence, Long Island as HAFTR earned the top spot in the Eastern Con­ference earning the semifinal home game.

The

JLBC Sportstars of the Week: Yair & Maayan Konigsberg

Congratulations to two of Bergen County’s newest marathoners. In a three week span the Konigsberg duo completed JCC Rubin Run and the Yeshivat Noam Color Run.

Frisch Baseball, Continues in Its Winning Ways

Last Thursday, the Frisch Cougars con­tinued a suspended game against the TABC Storm. Before the game got sus­pended, the Cougars were winning 2-0 after just two innings. In the five innings remaining, Frisch scored 4 more runs re­sulting in a 6-0 win for the Cougars.

Before this game, the Cougars were 3-3, struggling to keep a .500 record. But af­ter this