December 1 marked the end of another wonderful season of Mitch Gross Girls Basketball. The Mitch Gross Basketball League (MGBL) is a rec league that was set up some six years ago to commemorate a beloved member of our community that was taken from us at a young age. MGBL is a high caliber recreational league that teaches basketball skills along with teamwork and
Brooklyn, N.Y.—The Yeshiva men’s basketball team shot 50% from the field and limited its opponent to under 29% en route to a dominating Skyline Conference win as the Maccabees beat NYU Poly 71-45 on December 4th.
The win ups Yeshiva’s record to 2-4 (1-2 Skyline), while NYU Poly is now 1-4 (0-1 Skyline).
New York—The Skyline Conference has announced that among its weekly winners Yeshiva University men’s basketball player Yisrael Feld was named the conference’s Rookie of the Week for the week ending Dec. 1.
Feld had a solid game in the Maccabees’ lone game last week, an overtime thriller
This past September saw the start of the new –NFL sponsored Bergen County Flag Football League for all kids in Bergen County grades K-8. This incredible, exciting new league got off to a fantastic start.
As a co-sponsor of the league, the Parisi Speed School of Bergen County provided two weeks of combines and solid football fundamentals, helping
One can hardly walk by a basketball court without seeing a kid working on his latest moves. Countless hours are devoted to perfecting fancy dribbling and misdirection, all to fake out your opponent. These techniques have become so commonplace that terms like taking your opponent to school or breaking ankles have become part of acceptable
Riverdale, NY—The Yeshiva women’s basketball team was defeated by the College of Mount Saint Vincent (CMSV) 99-66 on Sunday afternoon. The Maccabees got a game-high 31 points from Frisch alumni Haley David, who connected on 9-of-22 shots and went 10-for-11 from the free-throw line.
This year’s JV Frisch Hockey team is off to a great start, and has high expectations for the season ahead. Sophomores Isaac Aronoff, David Kirsch, Matt Rosenblatt, Assistant Captain Jake Millstein, Captain Stevie Brinn, Jordan Socolof and Goaltender Matty Reinhart look to lead the way for the Cougars this season.
In addition, the incoming freshmen group looks
There was yet another win for the Ma’ayanot JV basketball team on Monday night, when the Rapids travelled to play at Kushner.
The game got off to a rocky start, with Kushner up by 4 points, but by the end of the first half, the Rapids had made a fantastic comeback, to lead by 9 points. Coming into the second half, the Kushner team came out strong, and was
On Motzei Shabbos, the Lions faced the JEC Thunder out in Elizabeth. The Lions started off the game with an aggressive press and started the game with a quick 8-2 lead. Led by Yoni Samet’s 16 points, the Lions continued their strong play and took a 15 point lead into the locker room. The second half was much like the first. JEC had trouble breaking MTA’s press and
Team Finland, in the U12 division of the Teaneck Junior Soccer League, had a mediocre regular season, finishing with a record of three wins, three losses, and three ties. They scored 23 goals in the regular season and gave up 23 goals.
The month of October wasn’t kind to Team Finland as it finished the month with a record of 0-2-2! As the saying
Fire safety week is a very important time for both educators and parents to inform their children about the importance of fire safety. During this important time, the students at Yeshivat He’Atid had a super exciting visit from the Bergenfield Fire Department. Our local firefighters came in for a visit to teach our students how to be safe around fires, how
The JV Storm played their home opener against Ramaz this past Tuesday night and came away with a 5-0 victory. TABC started out sluggish, but got an energy boost halfway through the first period from an unexpected source. Looking to shake things up early, Coach Norm Blumenthal sent out the freshman combo of Josh Wiesel (’17) and Joshua Wertenteil (’17) who