This past weekend, TABC placed second in the National Yeshiva League Wittenberg Wrestling Tournament. On Sunday afternoon, the final day in this prestigious event, TABC was in fourth place. With the determination of the remaining wrestlers, led by Coach Yoni Ellman and team co-captain Orrin Kigner, the team managed to tie with
Although the season isn’t over yet, many of the teams in the league are already thinking about the playoffs. Thankfully, this year, everyone in the league was able to play the sixth grade league champion, SAR, before the playoffs, which the schedules did not allow last year. SAR had lived up to their reputation as the team to
The SAR junior varsity boys basketball team beat the Heschel Heat 74-43, raising its record to 8-1 and clinching a first round bye. SAR pulled away in the second quarter and dominated Heschel in the second half, switching to a press; they scored 22 points in the 3rd and 22 in the 4th. Scoring was evenly distributed between
After starting their season 8-0, the Frisch junior varsity basketball team had a busy weekend at a team Shabbaton, where they were joined by the varsity team, and a Saturday night game against SAR.
The Shabbaton began in the Chesner house on Friday night where the teams davened together. The
The Sting headed out to Manhattan to face the Ramaz Rams. Much was on the line for the JV team, as a win would earn them a spot in the playoffs. A loss would force them to play against an undefeated Frisch team.
The Sting struck first with a goal from Johnny Haims on their first shift. The
On Monday, January 11, the MTA Wrestling Team faced the Lexington High School for the Deaf in their fifth match of the season. The Lexington High School is for students with hearing impairments, and require slightly altered rules when wrestling: the referee must touch the back of both wrestlers while blowing the whistle in order
Earlier this week, Sam Tilp, who coaches volleyball at Frisch, invited two-time Bergen Record Player of the Year winner Maria Bellinger, along with Erika DiPasquale, to teach Frisch's varsity team players new skills and moves, and run drills with them. Maria, an outside hitter, was also named a Player of the Year by Gatorade and
Two weeks ago, 12 players from different backgrounds and different schools came together in the Heshel gym, all superstars in their own right. It was up to the coaches to mold them into a team that would represent the USA in the Pan American Maccabi games in Chile. Their goal was not only to have fun and
On Monday, December 21, 17 members of Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) Sports Management Club, along with Executive Director Shuey Jacoby, were privileged to receive a private tour of Barclays Center. Barclays is the famous home to the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA and New York Islanders of the NHL.
Friday, January 1 marked the first time two yeshiva high schools faced off against each other in ice hockey. The Frisch ice hockey team played the TABC ice hockey team at the John T. Wright Arena in McKay Park. The Frisch Cougars are currently in the New Jersey state league—the first time a yeshiva has joined an ice
By Eden Schecter
In a terrific game, the Ma’ayanot junior varsity Rapids basketball team beat Kushner 45-31. The Rapids came out strong with 11 points in the first quarter and twenty in the 3rd, to secure