Ma’ayanot’s JV Rapids team had an amazing first game. Sophomore captains Avigayil Kaminetsky, Noa Berkowitz and Avigayil Halpert all put up points for their young team. Kaminetsky had eight points, Berkowitz had four points including two clutch foul shots. Halpert had four points. Esther Avidan had eight points from the floor.
The TABC Storm took on the Frisch Cougars at home in a thrilling double header. After an exciting win last week over the Ramaz Rams, the varsity team was looking for a second victory. Both schools came out strong, especially on the defensive side of the court. Neither team could catch a break, as TABC was able to match the talent
For the first time in half a decade, the MTA Lions ventured out of the tri state area for a basketball tournament. They arrived in Los Angeles on Wednesday night and on Thursday morning set out for Shalhevet to play against the Frisch Cougars, after which they went to the JEM Center to match up against the Valley Torah Wolfpack. In both
In its second year under coaching duo Oswald Cross and Jonathan Packer, the TABC JV Basketball team enters the season with another strong roster. Coach Oz, who has had much success coaching at an AAU level and as an assistant coach at St. John’s University, has brought his talent and leadership back for another season and has
The Yeshiva University men’s soccer team earned a hard-fought non-conference win over Pratt Institute, 3-1, at University Stadium on Wednesday evening. The Maccabees scored the lone goal in the first half, and outscored the Cannoneers, 2-1, in the second to clinch the win.
Each team had plenty of
Jerusalem—Former National Basketball Association (NBA) star and current Hapoel Jerusalem player Amar’e Stoudemire has teamed with the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel to host a charity event for children in need. During the event, which took place in the lobby of the hotel on Sunday, Oct. 23, various items were sold, including
This past week, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) 10th graders spent their “Sophomore Night Out” watching the New York Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. Following school, the boys headed straight to the stadium and made it in time for the first pitch. The game started off as a heated pitcher’s
Thanks to a dominant game by starting forward Alex Ostrin, the TABC Storm JV basketball team beat Flatbush 45-39 in a scrimmage game on Sunday. Ostrin was helped by fellow starters Yoni Mann, Amichai Citron, Jonathan Haberman and Yechiel Keiser who all did their part to contribute to the win. The Storm, led by coach Oswald
There was great joy and jubilation this summer in Washington Heights when YU’s Roller Hockey team was notified by the Eastern Conference of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (NCRHA) that after one year in the league they would be moving up from Division 4 to Division 2. Their stellar playing led them to a victory
It is the final week to register for Bronx Basketball Academy, a new and unique youth basketball development program for third- to sixth-grade boys and third- and fourth-grade girls. Sessions will take place on Sunday mornings and afternoons at SAR Academy in Riverdale. Registration is limited to 32 kids per age group and closes
On Thursday night, Israel took the field at Brooklyn’s MCU Park, against Great Britain in front of almost 4,000 fans. Former MLB Star Jason Marquis took the hill for Israel. In the top of the 2nd, he gave up a hit to Champ Stuart of the New York Mets., Todd Isaacs singled two batters later to make it 1-0.
The Yeshiva University women’s tennis team narrowly defeated the Sage Colleges, 5-4, in a Skyline Conference contest at Queens College on Sunday afternoon. The Maccabees remain undefeated at 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Skyline.
Leading the way for Yeshiva was junior Shani Hava, who won both her