This past Sunday, Ma’ayanot High School held an alumni hockey game called Rapid Legends Unite. It was so nice to see familiar alumni faces come together from different graduation years to play together against some of the current hockey team players. What was also very exciting was having some of the alumni, Aliza Hiller and
The TABC Storm Varsity Softball Team are too hot to stop. Only one week into their season, the team is now 5-0 after back to back wins over JEC and Heichal HaTorah in a Friday afternoon doubleheader at Votee Park. In Game 1 against JEC, the Storm scored all their runs in the third inning with RBI singles from seniors Jonathan
After a tough last inning loss against SAR, the TABC JV Softball team came out swinging against Frisch this past Sunday. In game one of their doubleheader, strong hitting led by sophomores Elan Goldstein and Ezra Kopstick, and strong base-running by freshman Joey Zelig helped the team score runs in nearly every inning.
I flew up to Boston on Sunday for the Boston Marathon. I had to be at dinner by 5:45 and my host by 8:45 for Game of Thrones. So, I expected a calm afternoon of visiting the race expo and picking up my race number.
(Nothing in your world is ever “calm”)
The Ma’ayanot Rapids and Frisch Cougars have a had a long-standing friendly rivalry. This past Monday night’s game may have brought it to a whole new level. With each team coming off a difficult loss against SAR, both teams wanted this game to help them get back into the win column. With temperatures nearing 65 degrees, at Votee Park in
In the junior division, the Wildcats and Hurricanes squared off for the chance to be crowned champions. The Wildcats came out flying and took a quick 1-0 lead on a goal by Eitan Baron. Just a short time later, Eitan Adler weaved his way through the Hurricanes defense and gave
Sportorama has been the main home for many Monsey area hockey players. “Sporto” as it is affectionately known, has in the past few years, seen an incredible surge in youth and adult learn to skate/play hockey programs. There are also no less than five adult hockey games taking place there every week.
Valley Torah wins men’s tournament; Ramaz takes women’s title.
From the moment the doors opened at 8:30 a.m. for player check in, until the end of the women’s tournament more than 14 hours later, it was a day of intense competition and family fun at Our
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12-year-old Kira Hoffer as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Bruriah Middle School became a household name appearing on American Ninja Warrior Jr. last month. Not only did she compete, winning her first race and losing the
On April 6 and 7, the Rofeh Cholim Cancer Society (RCCS) hosted its second annual hockey tournament to raise money for the organization, which provides financial and logistical support to Jewish families who are dealing with a loved one afflicted by cancer. The tournament was a huge success, raising $1.6 million for this worthy
On Sunday, March 31, TABC hosted the sixth annual Esther Semmelman Memorial All Star Hockey Games. Close to 125 players from middle school through high school participated in games featuring the top hockey players in their respective leagues.
The annual All