Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sports

Dolph Schayes: Farewell to an NBA Legend

On the eighth day of Chanukah, two Englewood residents–my father, Leo N. Klein, an attorney and real estate developer, and Dr. Allen N. Sapadin a renowned dermatologist known to many in Bergen County–traveled to Syracuse, New York, to attend the funeral of Adolph “Dolph” Schayes. The funeral was to take place at

MTA Wrestling Begins Its Quest

On Sunday, December 13, the MTA Wrestling Team started the season off on the right foot. Competing in the Port Richmond Holiday Tournament, the Lions finished in fifth place with three finalists and four place finishers overall. Making their way to the finals were Naftali Horowitz ‘16, Izzy Frasko ‘16 and Ariel Dubizh ‘17. Horowitz,

Eighth Grade Jaguars Make Late Basketball Comeback

On Tuesday, December 21 the RYNJ Jaguars headed to Riverdale to face the SAR Sting. This same Sting team bounced the Jaguars from the playoffs two years in a row and the two teams played a classic double overtime game last year. There was electricity in the air before the opening tip.

In the

Sting JV Boys Basketball Travels to Deal to Cool Down the Heat

This past Thursday night, the SAR JV boys basketball team traveled all the way to Deal, New Jersey to take on the Hillel Heat. Led in a balance of scoring by Drew Greenbaum's 14, Sammy Sokol's 14 and Noah Grun's 10, the Sting jumped out to a big lead and never turned back. To clarify how dominant the Sting were, let's just say they scored

Lady Sting Varsity Basketball Starts Off Strong

The girls’ varsity basketball team could not be off to a better start. In their first game against Westchester, SAR immediately found their groove when they broke the game wide open. Throughout the game their shooting was unstoppable, led by guard Leah Shulman, scoring 15 points.

In their

SAR Varsity Girls Basketball: 'Dominance Is Upon Us'

The girls varsity basketball team continued to dominate, standing at 5-0 entering a break before The

David Cooper Memorial Tournament that was hosted at SAR. On Sunday, November 15t the girls team defeated Hillel at Hillel owns court. The game started off close, but after a key defensive switch, SAR

Sting Varsity Hockey Splits Last Two

In the second game of the doubleheader, the Varsity Sting looked to write the ship and make up for the junior varsity team’s loss. The game started off promisingly for the Sting; a power play goal from Josh Rosenberg sent the game into the second period with a score of 1-1. Then, Frisch opened the floodgates, scoring 3 goals in the first

In Deal, SAR JV Cools 'The Heat'

This past Thursday night, the SAR JV boys basketball team travelled all the way to Deal, NJ to take on the Hillel Heat. Led in a balance of scoring by Drew Greenbaum's 14, Sammy Sokol's 14, and Noah Grun's 10, the Sting jumped out to a big lead, and never turned back. To clarify how dominant the Sting were tonight, let's just say they

Devils Honor Frisch’s Ice Hockey Team

In an exciting event, for the first time ever, the New Jersey Devils honored Frisch’s ice hockey team by displaying the team’s jersey in the lobby of the Prudential Center in Newark. The Cougars’ jersey appeared alongside established programs such as Bergen Catholic and Delbarton. Additionally, in honor of the

SAR Varsity Is Headed to L.A.

In the home opener of the 2015-2016 season, the varsity boys’ basketball team faced local rival MTA. Having come up short against DRS in the preseason MDY tournament final, SAR was out for revenge.

After the tip, SAR controlled the momentum throughout the quarter as they were up 11-4 at the end of the

SAR JV Hockey Falls to the Cougars but Tie the Storm

The SAR Sting junior varsity hockey team traveled to Paramus N.J. to face the Frisch Cougars in the first game of a JV-varsity doubleheader. The game, which featured two of the league’s best players, Frisch’s Benjy Feintuch and SAR’s Gordie Kolb, started off with a bang. Feintuch beat SAR goaltender Jacob Nayowitz two minutes into the

Cougars Can’t Brave the Storm

Saturday night brought the highly anticipated contest between the TABC Storm and the Frisch Cougars varsity hockey teams. Fans from both sides filed in, and by the time the face off dropped it was standing room only.

Both teams came out strong, but it was Daniel Levy who wrapped it around and

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