Wednesday, August 15, 2018


TABC Storm Fall Just Short in Columbus Tournament Championship

The TABC Storm baseball team showed its dominance at the Columbus Baseball Invitational in Columbus, Ohio last week but fell just short in the championship game for the third time in the last four years.

The Storm opened the tournament against the first-year team of Katz

Escape From Alcatraz: Part V

If I don’t get eaten by sharks in the swim or crash on the bike, I will just have to run 8 miles.

(In San Francisco?)


(A city notorious for its hill?)


(But you hate hills)


(I don’t

MTA Baseball Lions Have Perfect 3-0 Record

The MTA Lions baseball team began their season with games against TABC, Heschel and Flatbush. The Lions, who had reached the semi-finals last year, are an even stronger team this year and are looking forward to an even better season.

On Opening Day, Monday, April 23, the Lions played against

Ice Hockey Hurricane ‘Storm’ Continues

On Sunday at Floyd Hall Arena in Montclair, the Hurricanes continued their strong play as they skated to a convincing 7-1 win over the Knights. It was the team’s fourth consecutive victory of the spring league hockey season, moving them into second place in the Metro High School division. Aaron Teitelbaum opened the scoring with the first

Yavneh Redhawks Repeat as Undefeated Girls YMSSA Hockey Champions

Last Wednesday night two tremendous middle school girls hockey teams faced off for the YMSSA championship. The Kushner Cobras (4-1-1) had a stellar season but were coming off a 6-5 semi finals victory over Yeshivat Noam the week before. While the Yavneh Redhawks had a flawless season; The only game that they did not have an three


MTA Soccer Lions Outscore Ramaz Rams

On Monday, May 7, the MTA soccer Lions faced the Ramaz Rams, their most challenging opponents yet. The game started off with MTA scoring three goals right away. Ramaz then scored to end off the first quarter 3-1. The second quarter was big for MTA, as they scored four goals without giving up any to Ramaz’s tough offense. In the

RYNJ Has a Chess Master

RYNJ fifth grader, Moshe Strulowitz, wins first place in the Dr. David Ostfeld Memorial International Chess Academy (ICA) championship tournament which took place on Sunday, May 6, in Bergen Academy in Hackensack. Moshe went undefeated (4-0) in four rounds of play and placed first out of 41 players in the k-12th grade section.

TABC JV Softball Team Starts Strong

The TABC JV softball team has started off the season with three straight wins. After giving up four runs in the first inning against Hillel in the Storms’ first game of the season, the team came back strong scoring six runs over four innings to capture its first win. Great pitching by freshman Ari Smith, and strong hitting by

YABA Holds 2018 Dinner

This past week the Yeshiva High School Alumni Basketball Association held their annual dinner. Yasher koach to all of the honorees: Bobby Kaplan, long time coach of Frisch and TABC; Joel Rishty, z”l, long time coach of the Hillel Heat; Maury Rosenbaum (JEC 1968); Jack Rosenbaum (JEC 1971); Michael Berg (Ramaz

Ma’ayanot Softball Team Starts Season With Two Wins

The defending MYHSAL girls softball champions are back at it. After waiting all winter to start defending their title, the Rapids started off their season with a rematch of last year’s championship game—a home game against SAR. With freshman Ariella Vogel on the mound, the Rapids defense, once again, proved to be one of the

Hustle & Heart Sports Introduces Summer Program

There is an exciting boys and separate girls post-summer basketball program being run by Hustle & Heart Sports taking place at the end of August. H&H’s mission is to enhance Jewish basketball and foster the growth and development of Jewish basketball players both on and off the court.