Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Sports

The Varsity Lady Sting Top Flatbush to Capture the Championship

SAR came into the championship game with an 11-1 regular season record, having defeated Heschel (#4 seed) and Central (#2 seed) on the way to the top.

As the varsity teams entered the TABC gym packed with fans, the SAR team cheered on their underclassmen, as the SAR JV team pulled away and won the JV

Yeshiva Wrestlers Compete and Win at Wittenberg

The 22nd Annual Henry Wittenberg Invitational ended last week with two New Jersey teams in the top rankings. The Frisch School of Paramus climbed to third place while Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School of Livingston claimed second place for its second consecutive year. SAR of Riverdale

Hebrew Institute of Riverdale Sponsors League of Our Own Girls Sunday Softball

Registration is now open for the League of Our Own Girls Sunday Softball league. Sponsored by the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, the league has been providing girls in Riverdale and greater Westchester with the opportunity to play recreational softball on Sundays for almost 25 years.

Players are assigned

SAR Sting Place First at Wittenberg Wrestling Tournament

Mazal tov to the SAR Sting for their third consecutive win at the Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament, held this past weekend at Frisch High School in Paramus. In addition to the team’s first place overall win, many individual wrestlers took home medals in their weight classes, including Max Berger, second place; Ethan

The Yeshiva University Womens’ Basketball Team Earns Historic Win

The Yeshiva University women’s basketball team earned a historical Skyline win over Purchase College, 65-53, at the Purchase College gymnasium on Sunday afternoon. This was the first Skyline win for the Maccabees since rejoining the Skyline Conference in 2015. The Maccabees previously played in the Skyline from 2007-2011.

Varsity Storm Hockey Takes Down Lions in Close Battle

On Tuesday night, the TABC Storm took on the MTA Lions in a battle at TABC. After a scoreless first period, with both goalies making important saves, the Lions jumped out to a 1-0 lead. On the very next shift, the Storm tied it up. Going into the third tied 1-1, both teams came out fired up, and in the first few minutes of the

Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament Announces 2017 Participants

Congratulations to the following teams for being selected to participate at Yeshiva University’s 2017 Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament, to be held from Thursday, March 2, through Monday, March 6.

Teams below are listed according to their seed.

1. The Frisch School

Camp Gan Israel Introduces New Sports Track

Looking for a sports camp? We are excited to offer a brand new sports track for boys in grades three to five, and dance and art track for girls. Whether your son loves baseball, basketball or soccer—we’ve got it all at Gan Israel. Supervised by our experienced instructors of Dube Zone, campers will develop confidence and sportsmanship

Noam 8B Ball and SAR Split Season Series With Noam Win

This past Monday night, the Noam Knights and the SAR Sting faced off in what some feel may be a preview of the championship, as these same teams have faced each other in their sixth and seventh grade championships in prior years. After a tough loss earlier in the season, the Noam Knights were looking to tie up the season with a win against

Former NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire Leading Team Yachad at 10K Marathon in Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel—Yachad, the National Council for Jewish Disabilities, announced that former NBA all-star basketball player Amar’e Stoudemire will be leading Yachad’s Jerusalem Marathon team this March. Proceeds will go directly to help those with disabilities attend many of Yachad’s famous Shabbatonim, summer programs and

Daniela Epstein to Be Inducted Into YU’s Inaugural Maccabees Athletics Hall of Fame

Every Monday night, the gym at Ben Porat Yosef in Paramus resounds with the bouncing of the basketball off the rim. Among the players of the independent league CMEK are two sisters, Stephanie Greenspan of Teaneck and Daniela Epstein of Manhattan. At only 5’7’’ Daniela Epstein has made a name for herself in the sport of

Jewish MLB Players Visit Israeli Air Force Base With FIDF

Rehovot, Israel – Ten Jewish current and former Major League Baseball players and their families visited the Tel Nof Israeli Air Force Base near Rehovot, Israel, as part of a trip to Israel in preparation for the World Baseball Classic. The base visit, organized by Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), allowed the players

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