The TFFL is a Jewish Flag football league that plays on Sunday mornings in Teaneck modeled after the American Flag Football League in Israel. The 2014 season will begin in late August and run through December with a 12 game regular season followed by playoffs. They are currently accepting team registrations only. If you would like to be placed on a list of
Englewood native Asher Strobel, a’h, was a tragically taken from us at the age of 21. Strobel, a student at the Binghamton University Business School, passed away on January 6, 2011 while on a skiing trip with friends in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Asher was funny, intelligent, charming and incredibly sociable. Asher’s passion and
Eighteen Yeshiva University tennis players, including 10 from the men’s team and eight from the women’s team were recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as ITA scholar-athletes for having a cumulative 3.5 grade point average or higher during the 2013-14 academic year. Furthermore, both teams were recognized by the ITA as all academic
Season three of MGBL High School has been an exhibition of lethal shooting, tenacious defense, and acrobatic drives to the basket. Last Monday night’s championship game put an exclamation point on the season with stellar play we have come to expect from MGBL as the Five Star Caterers team topped the Sharp Shooters 61-54.
During the regular season,
It was a smashing spring season for Bergen Broncos 7 Blue as they became champions of the IYB Spring AAU Youth League. Winning seven of eight regular season games, they then beat IYB Dominators Orange team in the semis and the St. Johns Leonia team in the championship game.
Their success was based on ferocious defense and tremendous shooting. In
From Rookie of the Year to Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the portfolio of awards are starting to pile for Yisrael Feld who was named by the Skyline Conference as its men’s basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the 2013-14 season.
Feld accelerated in the classroom in his first year at the Washington Heights campus, amassing the highest grade
One couldn’t help but feel nostalgic seeing the red and yellow jerseys against the sea of blue at the Torah Academy of Bergen County gym. Three short months ago, this was the site of the first- ever YMSSA championship game, a game that will be recorded as an epic battle between terrific ballplayers. On this day, the supporting cast, coaches, and intensity
Pictured-Coaches Neil Bromberg and Avi Blumenfeld. Players: Rafi Press, Adam Bromberg, Aaron Teigman, Eli Meir Dock, Daniel Adler, Jordan Zimmerman, Jacob Hershenov, Ian Bromberg, Meir Weiss, and Eli Blumenfeld. Not pictured: Pinny Balsam and Tani Diament. Photo Credit: Yaffa Bromberg.
The second annual meeting of Teaneck Southern and TBO softball was action packed from the opening pitch. TBO scored 4 in the top of the first, but Southern answered back with 5 runs in the bottom of the same inning.
Excitement to the game was added when the game had to be halted by the inadvertent running of the sprinklers.
There was no let down in the final game of YMSSA’s All-Star Sunday when two split-squads took to the court to showcase the local 7th grade talent.
The game started slowly, both teams adjusting to the high school-size court at the Torah Academy of Bergen County. The dark team went to the locker room at halftime down 23-20.
The second half saw