The TABC JV basketball team made easy work of the Ramaz Rams to stay unbeaten in league play and improve their record to 6-0. Ramaz found themselves down by only two at the end of the first quarter but early in the second quarter, the Storm went on a 7-0 run led by sophomores Shmuel Yablok and Joey Zelig and took a 16-10 lead,
Last Tuesday night, December 10, TABC, Westchester Hebrew High School and SAR competed in a wrestling match at SAR. TABC had four varsity wrestlers participating, going 2-2. In the first match, team captain Mikey Schwartz ‘20 dominated, winning by pin at the end of the first period. Then, in an intense and exciting match, junior Max Balk
Julian Mendez, the talented West Orange goaltender, stopped 35 shots but could not stop number 36 as Jack Fischer’s shot broke a scoreless tie with just over three minutes left in the game. Although Frisch controlled the puck with a relentless forecheck from the outset, the West Orange netminder kept the game scoreless
(Courtesy of Bruriah) The Bruriah Lighting basketball teams pushed hard this past week and claimed two victories. Bruriah varsity had a great win against Magen David on December 9, and Bruriah’s JV won against Ilan on December 12.
In 2018, I was close to breaking my record, so I sprinted the last half mile of the New York City Marathon. I crossed the finish line and proceeded to throw up in front of spectators.
(“In front” of spectators or “on” spectators?)
It’s like Sea
(Courtesy of Bergen Football League) The first season of Bergen Football League came to a close this past Sunday. What an amazing start it was for BFL, as there were 12 total teams and two divisions, first and second grade, and third and fourth. The games, which took place in Teaneck at Benjamin
The TABC varsity basketball team traveled to Riverdale Saturday night, December 7, to take on the SAR Sting, looking to make it eight wins in a row in Yeshiva League play. The Storm were heavy favorites heading into the game, but SAR was determined to keep it close. With a six-point lead at halftime, and a 10-point lead at the end
SAR defeated MTA 2-0 to stay undefeated. Ethan From, who recorded his third shutout of the season, was steady throughout. Adam Nayowitz’s snapshot in the first was all that SAR needed. Adam Freilich put the game away with an empty netter late in the third, and Josh Hyman recorded an assist in his first ever yeshiva league hockey
Kushner varsity hockey visited Hillel and defeated a hardworking Heat team led by Lou Handwerker and goaltender Michael Assoulin, who made over 35 saves on the night. Despite not scoring during the game, the Heat showed resilience and put pressure on the Cobras players by keeping the game close until it got out of reach halfway through the
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 11-year-old Olivia Solomon as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at The Moriah School took home the coveted most outstanding player award at Hustle & Heart this summer. Shana Steinmetz of Hustle & Heart told the JLNJ,
The 2003 NBA draft is widely recognized as one of the greatest drafts in NBA history. Four of the top five picks will one day be in the Hall of Fame. You probably recognize the names Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. With the ninth pick of the draft, the New York Knicks selected Michael Sweetney. Sweetney