The Ma’ayanot Rapids are now 8-1 as the season begins to wind down and the successful JV basketball team heads into its final regular season game.
On Saturday night, the Rapids played against Westchester High School at Ma’ayanot. After the first half, the Rapids held a tremendous lead, and continued to do so throughout the game. The game opened with two
On Sunday, the Storm played its fourth game of a five-game home stand against the Kushner Cobras.
In the first period the Storm capitalized on a Kushner penalty with a power play goal by Yair Knoller (’16). Then in the second period TABC drew another penalty and, as a result of great pressure by Yehoshua Naor (’16), Daniel Levy (’16) came up with a big
The TABC Storm came into this year’s 2014 Maimonides Invitational Tournament looking to continue on its winning ways. After a treacherous trip up north to Brookline on Thursday, the Storm kicked off the tournament with a decisive victory over the Kushner Cobras, 55 – 28.
TABC continued to roll early Friday morning, defeating the host Maimonides
Aaron Liberman’s appearance in last Sundays Northwestern loss did not show up in the stat book, but he still made Big Ten Conference history. Liberman is Shomer Shabbos and the only Orthodox Jew playing major college basketball. He is the second college basketball player to play with a kippah (Tamir Goodman 2000-2001), but Liberman is the first to do it in
Frisch and TABC, two long-time Bergen County rivals, met for the Tier 1 Championship of the 2013-2014 Emunah/Rubinstein Tournament, a meaningful tzedakah event spearheaded by Flatbush Coach Avi Borenstein with help from TABC Coach Elli Orlinsky.
The two New Jersey Division leaders squared off in what was TABC’s third straight appearance in
The Frisch JV and Varsity volleyball teams had two amazing wins this past week. They defeated both SAR and Ramaz in JV and varsity play.
The SAR game was tight. JV lost the first game, but then snapped into shape for the second and third. Team members started off as individual players, but by the second game they became one and worked as
TABC kicked off the wrestling season with a victory against Frisch. The 28-member team won handily with a score of 67-4.
TABC hosted a full house of spectators who cheered as they watched the December 7 match. This marked the first time the team has competed in TABC’s newly completed gymnasium.
“As returning Wittenberg Champions, our team
Bergen County residents know the Mitch Gross Basketball League (MGBL) is a fun, competitive experience. It is a league where boys and girls have the opportunity to develop their basketball skills while learning the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship. The league is a success because of the kids and parents who volunteer their time to coach. They all are
The Winter ‘13 session of the TABC Junior Hockey League came to an exciting end on Saturday night December 21st.
The Junior division was won by the Islanders, who beat the Maple leafs 6-4.
The Islanders jumped out to a 4-2 lead thanks to Playoff MVP David Gellis, who scored three of the first four goals. The Maple Leafs stormed back and tied the game
On December 21, in front of a packed homecoming crowd, Varsity Boys Basketball defeated Flatbush 44-24 to improve its regular season record to 6-1.
The Sting started out on a dominating 11-2 run, jumped out to an 11-6 lead after one quarter and a 20-9 lead at the half. The Sting’s success was largely due in part to the teams inside game.
In the second
This was a fantastic season for Teaneck Soccer. The weather was great and the competition was fierce. That was very apparent with the U8 Girls. Most of the games were extremely competitive and fun was had by all.
There was one team that shined this season and that was team Everton, coached by Jonathan Gellis and Jerry Chappe. With fantastic goal tending by
The MTA Lions Junior Varsity Basketball team, a team stacked with talent but struggling, came into the Emunah Rubenstein Memorial Tournament with downwards momentum.
Their first game was against second-ranked DRS. MTA was outmatched and out-sized. Despite those odds, and the absence of their captain throughout the tournament, they made it a game worth