After six, exciting semi- final games the night before, Sunday, December 16, marked MGBL girls championship sunday. In the first game, the number five seeded Judaica House team looked to upset the number two seed Nets team. As soon as the game
After a tough loss to Nutley last week, the Cougars came back and shut out East Side 5-0 Sunday night at Mackay Park in Englewood. Noah Petak had two goals and two assists and Jake Fromen collected a goal and two assists to lead Frisch. This was not a game for the fainthearted, as both teams traded heavy body
On Saturday night TABC Jr Hockey finished it fall session with two championship games.
In the Jr division the Rangers met the Sharks. The Rangers raced out to a lead, led by regular season and playoff MVP Jacob Gervis scoring two goals and assisting on another. Shua Kopstick and Jacob
Indian Hills High School came to Teaneck to take on TABC in an exhibition match on December 11. The Braves have a strong wrestling program and like to kick off their season against the Storm. The visitors did not disappoint their many fans in attendance, taking eight of 12 matches.
SAR High School’s ninth David Cooper Memorial Basketball Tournament took place last week in Riverdale. The girls varsity tournament welcomed teams from Denver (Denver Academy of Torah), Philadelphia (Kohelet Yeshiva) and Baltimore (Beth Tfiloh). The tournament, named in memory of a former SAR parent whose love for sports
On Sunday, December 16, the MTA varsity hockey Lions played against Solomon Schechter of Long Island. The game started with a confusing first minutes, while the ball flew all over the court. The clock was ticking as the first period wound down and no goals were scored. During the second period, Yosef Sullivan (‘20) hit the ball
(Courtesy of Yashar LaChayal) The 2018 Hoops for Heroes Yashar LaChayal yeshiva day school eighth grade boys basketball tournament grand finale took place on Sunday, December 16.
The goal of the tournament was to raise awareness about Yashar LaChayal and raise funds to support their
The Yeshiva University women’s basketball team earned its second consecutive Skyline Conference victory, defeating St. Joseph’s College Long Island by a score of 69-58, at Nat Holman Gymnasium last week. The Maccabees advance to 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the Skyline, while the Golden Eagles drop to 2-7, and 1-2 in the
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Ettie Greenberg as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey enjoys many sports and being a part of the team in whatever sport she is playing. She works hard to excel in all sports and will not
Sting JV boys basketball defeated TABC 43-41, raising its record to 6-1. Freshman Netanel Hyman hit three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and the Sting overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to clinch the win. Ely Neuwirth led the Sting with 13 points in this thriller game!
By Michael Courtney,
After starting off the season slow, the SAR Sting girls JV basketball team followed up their victory against Bruriah with a strong, well balanced game against Ramaz. The Sting had eight players with four or more points with Gabby Mogilner, Lucy Hecht and Rebecca Altholz leading the way. They also played aggressive defense with