The Rapids JV Basketball Team had two strong games last week. On Monday night they topped local rival Frisch Cougars. Ma’ayanot came out with intensity and aggression to make up for the devastating 6-point loss to SAR the week before.
In the first half, freshman Jessie Orgel racked up 14, including
In the varsity home opener, SAR put on a show defeating Kushner by a score of 50-18.
SAR came out of the gate hot and never looked back. Josh Blustein led a strong first quarter charge with 11 points. SAR led at halftime 30-8. Simon Kofman came off the bench and ran the offense well contributing
The Teaneck Stingrays Soccer Club achieved a tremendous milestone last week when the U12 Stingrays defeated Manhattan Soccer Club Fury 4-0 at Randall’s Island. With this win, our local team won the EDP Division 1 Championship–the highest level regional league that includes teams from New Jersey, New York and
In a tense battle that showed just how far the Teaneck Under-8 All-Stars had advanced in their fall baseball league, our local team fell by a 4-1 score Sunday afternoon to the Rockland Elites in Congers, New York. Under sunny skies both teams featured stingy pitching and strong defense to determine the champion. Teaneck featured
The first game on Sunday morning featured the #2 Frisch Cougars taking on the #8 RASG Warriors for 5th place in Tier I. In the first quarter, RASG got off to a fast start, forcing turnovers and taking an early 11-2 lead. Frisch, led by Mike Finkel’s five points, wouldn’t go away and stayed within striking distance. Morris
In a very intense, defense oriented game, MTA beat SAR in its season opener, 40-39. By the half it was a two point game, but MTA opened the next half poised for the kill. A strong third quarter found the Lions up 11 as the buzzer ended the third. SAR mounted a comeback in the final quarter, and the game was all tied up with only
The 2014-15 Ma’ayanot Varsity basketball season is underway as a new school year begins. Last year, while the Ma’ayanot Junior Varsity basketball team advanced to the championship game, the varsity team had somewhat of a disappointing season. Many of last season’s JV players have now joined the school’s varsity team, and the Ma’ayanot varsity basketball team
While the World Series ended for the Giants and Royals on October 29th, the Teaneck 11U baseball team still had the PBI playoffs to contend with. So, on the night of Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th, the team was out practicing at Clubhouse under the lights, enjoying a surprisingly warm night in autumn.
The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 18-year-old Frisch Senior Odi Haramati as this week’s “Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week.”
Haramati is one of the Yeshiva league’s top stars, averaging an
The Bruriah “B” Lightning improved its record to 2-0 with another win on the road, this time against the feisty Cyclones from Shulamith of Brooklyn. The Lightning jumped out to a quick 10-point lead and never looked back. Senior Avigayil Wiener from Teaneck led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points. Shira Alter scored 6 points all on