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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Sports

Noam Knights Make History

In a game for the record books, the Noam Knights became the first boys basketball team in YMSSA history to win the sixth, seventh and eighth grade championships. The atmosphere was tense and the pressure was on in the Frisch gym on Sunday as the Knights went to battle against the SAR Sting. Both teams had something to

Six Frisch Hockey Players Selected as All-State Athletes

The following Frisch hockey players were named All-State selections:

Maury Bauer, senior; Benjamin Feintuch, senior; Charlie Freilich, senior; Jake Fromen, junior; Noah Petak, junior; Joe Tropp, senior.

Maury Bauer

Frisch Cougars Take Pride in Best Winter Sports Season to Date

This year has seen Yeshivat Frisch’s best winter sports season to date, with seven out of eight winter sports teams making it to the championship game: boys varsity basketball, girls JV basketball, girls varsity basketball, boys JV hockey, boys varsity hockey, girls JV volleyball and girls

Frisch Takes TABC by Storm in Semi-Finals

On Sunday March 11, TABC and Frisch finally faced off at TABC after being snowed out the previous Wednesday. This was the third meeting between the two teams this year with TABC squeaking out victories in both previous games. Frisch (the West 4 seed) came in determined to take this one over TABC (the West 2 seed), and they did not

SPORTS SCENES

Sting Varsity Hockey Celebrates Wins, Looks to Next Challenge

While most teams competing in the MYHSAL varsity hockey league started their run for the title in mid-February, when the playoffs began, SAR had set out on their journey months before. The Sting established themselves as one of the top dogs early in the season, hunting for their first varsity hockey championship in school

Bruriah Volleyball Looks to Repeat as Champions

Another Bruriah team has earned a spot in its league’s championship. For the second straight year, Bruriah’s volleyball B team is making an appearance in the championship game. Led by Coach Aviva Jacobs and captains and seniors, Rachelli Benoff, Rivki Hook and Arielle Miodownik, the Lightning will face off against Magen David

MGBL Minute

MGBL’s March Madness tipped off this past weekend, three of the four divisions played round one of the postseason. The first game sunday morning, found the Akari Therapeutics team matched up vs. Hey Boyzz on the far court at Yeshivat Ben Porat Yosef. The two teams matched each other basket for basket in the first three

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Aharon Braun

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Aharon Braun as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School senior was awarded the Aryeh Zinkin (z’’l) Yeshiva Wrestler’s Scholarship last month at the Wittenberg Tournament. RKYHS’s Coach David Cilio

Noam Knights 7/8 Girls Capture Historic Win

The Noam Knights 7/8 Girls concluded a third consecutive season without a single loss on Tuesday night. In a rematch of last year’s 7/8 Girls championship game, the undefeated Noam Knights faced the 7-3 SAR Sting in the Frisch gymnasium. Noam was determined to defend its title and, for the eighth graders, capture a third

FC TEANECK Fury Wins Championship

The FC TEANECK Fury G12 soccer team wrapped up a successful winter season by winning the Soccer Coliseum Session 2 championship. It was the second consecutive year that the Fury took first place at the Soccer Coliseum and follows the team’s Northern Counties Soccer Association championship in the fall. The team begins its spring

RYNJ Wins First-Ever Boys Hockey Title

On Tuesday night February 27, in a packed TABC gym, the RYNJ Jaguars defeated the Moriah Mountaineers 3-1 and were crowned the Haymish Champions for the 2017-18 season. The finals pitted the top scoring Moriah team (coached by Ezra Stone and 

Jack Ganchrow), who had scored