The TABC wrestling team is ready and eager to defend its title as the reigning champions of the prestigious Yeshiva University Wittenberg Tournament. Captain Yishai Kaplan, ’14, and Jr. Captain, Robert Elsas, ’15, lead a team that is looking stronger than ever. Seniors Chaim Kanarek, Yosef Greenfield and Leo Metzger help round out the powerhouse team.
The Lions kicked the season off with a strong performance against the Rambam Ravens. Game number two, however, saw then facing a much tougher opponent: the TABC Storm.
The Lions played a solid defensive first half but could not convert on the other side of the court and found themselves trailing 19- 12 going into the break. In the second half, the
Teaneck—On November 3, 2013, close to 50,000 athletes will take to the pavement to run in the annual New York City Marathon. Each runner has an internal fire and cause behind his participation in the 26.2 mile, five-borough race. Meylekh Viswanth and Jason Kesler will be representing Bergen County and competing on Team One Family. The One Family
On October 26th the Varsity Cougars opened up their Yeshiva League regular season under new head coach Joe Schwartz and assistant coach Eli Davidoff with a hard-fought 58-51 win against the SAR Sting.
Using a 10-man rotation, the Cougars played tough man-to-man defense for most of the first half, scoring 22 points while
On November 17, two local Yeshiva High School athletes will join forces to raise money for Tomchei Shabbos of Bergen County, while running the famous Las Vegas 1/2 Marathon. Rebecca Gellis (Frisch ‘15) and Nicole Rothenberg (Maayanot ‘15) have set their goal to raise $5000 for Tomchei Shabbos.
Tomchei Shabbos of Bergen County provides hundreds of Bergen
This past Thursday, Bruriah’s Volleyball A JV team, led by captains Chavy Federal and Yakira Moskowitz, won its opener against Flatbush. The match went to three games, with Bruriah winning the first game 21-12 and Flatbush winning the second 21-15. In the third game it was neck and neck with each team pulling ahead at different times. In the end, Bruriah was the
Jack currently plays on Teaneck TBO 8U Fall travel team and with only half the games played, Jack has made his presence known across the league. Game two of the season Jack started the game and held the opposition scoreless. With the score tied 1-1 in the final inning, Jack returned to the mound and retired the side. In the bottom of the 6th, after
JEC’s Bruriah High School for girls has many fantastic sports teams and among them is the amazing volleyball team consisting of two separate teams, the A team (JV and Varsity) and the 1 team.
The A teams, led by Coach Chris Tucker, are well on their way preparing for a great season! The varsity A team consists of seniors (Aleeza Dessau (C), Penina Gershbaum
The girl’s basketball season at Frisch has begun with a bang. The team came back from the summer revamped with new coaches, new uniforms and more practices. Head coach, Stacy Hollander, is pushing the team members like they have never been pushed before. The practices are grueling with players running, sprinting, jumping and shooting, pushing themselves as
The TABC Junior Varsity hockey team is one of the most decorated teams in TABC history. Led by Coach Norm Blumenthal, the team has taken home the championship five years in a row heading into this coming season.
The team has many returning players who earned significant playing time last year. These players include: Ari Fuchs and Yehoshua Naor on defense and
Frisch Varsity Preview - New Coach
With the departure of three-time championship Coach Avi Borenstein to Flatbush, the Frisch Cougar basketball program has new head coaches for 2013-14 at both the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels.
Joe Schwartz, a well-regarded and accomplished basketball coach who took the Ramaz JV to the semi-finals last
It’s a new year. As usual the summer flew by andthe long days and hazy routines of the season are behind us. You’re back at the corner waiting for the school bus to pick up your children. While adjusting the straps of rock heavy backpacks for the umpteenth time, you give parting words of advice: “Listen to the teachers, eat your lunch and then dessert,