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Friday, October 18, 2019

Sports

Maayanot Softball Team to Host First Round of Playoffs

The Ma’ayanot Rapids softball team, now standing at 6-1 with one game remaining, has had a terrific season. Behind the pitching combination of senior co-captain Ally Margulies and freshman Noa Applebaum, the team has outscored its opponents 65-18, with three games ending in shut-outs.  Solid hitting from sophomore Elisheva Katz, junior co-captain Alex

Yavneh 6th Grade Girls, Going to the Championship

Yavneh’s last game before Pesach was against Moriah and they lost in overtime 19-18, so this playoff game against their rival was particularly suspenseful.

The beginning of the game was tense. Moriah was in the lead for most of the first quarter and second, but Yavneh remained closely behind. Our man-to-man defense was not stopping their scorers and

SPORTS

TABC Varsity Soccer Repeats as NJ Division Regular Season Champions

On the last day of the regular season, the Storm Varsity soccer team clashed with the Kushner Cobras. TABC was trying to avenge its only loss of the season suffered several weeks earlier. More importantly, the first place in the NJ division and the overall playoff seeding was at stake.

TABC started the game by applying relentless pressure on Kushner.

Tamir Goodman and Zone 190 Come To Bergen County

BPY was rocking this past Tuesday as CMEK hosted a free basketball training session with Tamir Goodman. Tamir was in town from Ohio running a basketball clinic to demonstrate his Zone 190 Basketball Invention. Students Athletes and their parents from BPY, Yavneh, Noam, Moriah, RYNJ, and SSDS and surrounding Bergen County Schools had a wonderful night

Maayanot JV Soccer in the Playoffs

Starting the first round of the playoffs against Central, the Ma’ayanot Rapids soccer team scored six times before the end of the first half. Goals were scored by freshman Aleeza Berkowitz in the first quarter, followed by freshman Amanda Solomon. Then freshman Michal Mizrahi scored two goals at the beginning of the second quarter followed by another from

Yavneh Hockey Advances to Championship

The Yavneh Academy Avalanche and the SAR Stingrays met Monday at Yavneh for a playoff game.

With Yavneh coach Aliza Hiller cheering them on, just minutes into the first period Chaya Ross scored with an assist by Stephanie Appelbaum.

At the beginning of the second period, SAR scored. By the middle of the period, both teams had had many chances

Clutch Bats Lead SAR Softball to Victory

The SAR JV Boys Softball Team defeated TABC 11-7 to raise its record to 3-2. The victory came in dramatic fashion as the Sting were down 7-3 in the 6th. In the second-to-last frame, they scored two runs to pull within two. In the top of the 7th, SAR’s bats really came to play as the team scored six runs, including a three-run home run by sophomore captain Ariel

Local Awardees at the Yeshiva Athletics Awards Banquet

This past year was a terrific year for Yeshiva University Athletics. On May 8th the school took a few hours to recognize some of the outstanding athletes who carry the Yeshiva University name when they compete.

Baseball - Coaches Award.................................................... Jonathan Berger

Golf Coaches

Ma’ayanot Hockey Report

Two minutes into the first period of the Ma’ayanot Rapids vs. the Heschel Heat game, Avital Rosen scored the Rapids’ first goal of the game. The next goal was scored minutes into the second period by Alex Fuchs. A few minutes later Leora Schiff rang the bell again for the Rapids’ third goal. It was a well-played game by both sides, and another victory for

It’s Raining Threes at MGBL, Season THREE

This past weekend kicked off what promises to be another exciting season of MGBL High School basketball. The High School League is now in its second year and is proud to showcase some of the top yeshiva basketball players in Bergen County and beyond. The rosters are made up of young men who love the game and love to play. Although it is comprised of mostly Bergen

Yeshivat Noam Upsets Yavneh in 6B Playoffs

The Noam Knights entered Sunday’s game looking to avenge a 4 point loss to Yavneh earlier in the season. The Knights came out strong with a solid zone defense, led by Yoni Mann and Billy Krause, to slow down Yavneh’s quick guards. Noam stayed aggressive offensively and built an 18-1 lead after the first quarter.

Yavneh fought back with solid defense and