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Friday, September 20, 2019

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Frisch Closes With 2nd Place Sarachek Tourney Finish

The 2013-2014 Frisch Varsity Cougars, especially the seniors on the team, started the season on uncertain footing, learning a new system from a new coach. They opened to a rocky start, with a “one and done” appearance in the Magen David Tournament, dropping an overtime game to DRS. The team see-sawed through the Yeshiva League season, heading into the last

Moriah 6B in First Place… Alone at the Top

Last Tuesday night, Moriah hosted Yavneh in what most fans believe to be a preview of the YMSSA 6th grade Championship game. When the final buzzer sounded, Moriah had beaten Yavneh, 47-28.

Moriah took the early lead with a 9-3 run and never looked back. They were led by Coby Kinzelberg’s 13 points and 7 rebounds; Rafi

TABC Redwings Capture Junior Hockey Crown

In a matchup of the original six teams, the Redwings defeated the Maple leafs 3-2 to win the winter 2014 title.

After a scoreless first period, the Redwings struck for 2 goals in the middle of the second period. Jonah Gerson opened the scoring putting home a rebound of an Eli Blumenfeld shot. Ezra Barishansky made it 2-0 when he put home a rebound of a

Frisch Varsity Soccer

The Frisch Boys Varsity Soccer Team played at Kushner on Tuesday night.

Kushner opened up a 2-0 lead early, but before long the score was 3-2 Kushner. The game continued without a goal for the next 34 minutes, but then Frisch scored twice in a few minutes to pull into the lead 4-3. But with 40 seconds remaining in the game, Kushner scored to push the game into

NY NCSY 8th Annual Basketball Tourney Set For Sunday, May 4th

The 8th Annual New York NCSY Community Basketball Tournament will take place Sunday, May 4, 2014. Round Robin play for 5x5 and 3x3 teams begins at 9 a.m. at gyms throughout the 5 Towns. After concluding the morning rounds, the teams gather at Lawrence High School for a pizza lunch hosted by Shula’s Pizza and the Sweet Sixteen 5x5 Championship

Maayanot Hosts 6th annual MVP All- Star Game

 

On March 30th Maayanot was the home of the 6thannual MVP Girls Yeshiva All Star Game. Over 100 of the most talented young ladies from all over the tri-state area were in attendance.

The junior high game was a back and forth struggle with multiple lead changes. When the dust cleared and the final buzzer sounded, the Jersey squad was

TABC Varsity Soccer

The TABC Varsity Soccer team began the season with three convincing victories by similar scores, 14-3 and 14-4 against Hillel and 11-4 against JEC.

The team looked very balanced, with solid play from all lines and good goaltending. In all three games TABC quickly built an insurmountable lead in the first half and coasted the rest of the game. The attack was led

Lady Cougars Hockey Report

On March 24th the Frisch Cougars traveled to Livingston to take on the Kushner Cobras. Coming off a 7-1 loss to Ma’ayanot, Kushner was looking to rebound in its first home game of the season. Frisch on the other hand was coming off a 5-0 victory over Ramaz and looking to capitalize on its early season success.

Frisch came out strong, peppering the Kushner

Sarachek: A Slam Dunk for Jewish Pride

Over the weekend, “March Madness” returned to the Max Stern Athletic Center on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus in Washington Heights. From March 27-31, 20 yeshiva high school basketball teams from across the U.S. and Canada met at YU to battle it out for the top spot in the University’s 23rd Annual Red Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament.

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TABC Captures Third Place in 2014 Sarachek

The TABC Storm was one of 20 teams from around the country invited to the Annual Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament held by Yeshiva University. The #5 seed entering, the Storm looked to make a run for the championship game. TABC had a terrific championship series, losing by a mere point to the eventual yeshiva league champions, North Shore Hebrew

TABC Junior Hockey Senior Champs

The fifth-seeded Maple Leafs wore their glass slippers all the way through playoffs, defeating the third-seeded Penguins 2-1 to win the championship.

Late in the first period Yechiel Keiser converted a pass from Ephraim Landa on a 2-on-1 to give the Penguins a 1-0 lead after the first. Penguins goalie Gilad Holzer made that score stand up until 2.4

Sarachek Sports Scenes