With 175 boys participating, IFL is the biggest club in Frisch. IFL is the recreational flag football league in Frisch. The commissioner is Rabbi Schachter and the co-commissioner is Rabbi Sher. There are 21 teams made up of students with a senior captain, and a 22nd team, the “Running Rebs”, the rabbi team. IFL is played on Fridays and Sundays, all year round. IFL
The Frisch Cougars had just come off a big 2-1 win vs. MTA when they had to bring their talents to the Five Towns to take on Rambam. The small gym played to their disadvantage, but the Cougars still managed to squeak out a 5-4 win.
Odi Haramati led the team with a hat trick, while clutch goals came from Jason Levine and Jono Wietschner. The penalty kill has
The Frisch Varsity volleyball team is a family. Every Tuesday and Wednesday night it meets in the gym for weekly practices. While its members take practices very seriously, they do manage to have loads of fun. For every birthday the coach, Adina, bakes delicious brownies or cookies to celebrate.
It is never annoying or frustrating to attend practice; even when
On Wednesday night, November 6, the TABC Storm took on the RTMA Thunder. After a close start the TABC Storm pulled away and led by 17 at halftime. That lead was extended to 35 by the game’s end with the final score of 66-35.
TABC was led by Solomon Shulman with 17 points, Alex Hirt with 15 points, and Yehoshua Zirmman with eight points, 12
The Frisch hockey team hasn’t won it all since 2005. That was almost a decade ago and it’s about time the 2005 banner gets a neighbor. During the drought Frisch hasn’t lacked talent; it was depth and teamwork that was the issue. But depth might be the defining word of the Frisch hockey team this year, with four solid lines of offense and three experienced lines
The TABC Storm traveled to NYC to take on the preseason MDY tournament champs, the Heschel Heat. Heschel came out in their suffocating man to man full court defense but TABC was ready for it and were able to break the press and score some easy baskets, in addition to three treys, to jump out to a 16-6 lead after the first quarter. TABC stretched the lead to
The TABC JV hockey team started out the season with a big 7-3 win on the road at Ramaz. After an early goal by the Rams, The Storm took charge and never looked back. By the end of the first period it was 2-1, Storm.
Ramaz came out strong at the beginning of the second, but The Storm held them off and finished the period leading 5-2. The Rams bolted out of the
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