On February 3 Noam played Moriah in a game that would decide the regular season champion. There was a lot of anticipation and hype leading up to the game and it did not disappoint. Both teams were at their best and kids on both sides made outstanding plays.
Noam jumped out to an early 7-point lead led by
One week after Moriah’s stunning loss to Noam, 43-40, the Moriah 7b basketball team bounced back strongly in overtime getting the win against Yavneh, 48-46.
As the game started, both teams played great defensively, always keeping a win within reach. Although Moriah had some bad luck, including
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Ikey Gutlove as this week’s Sportstar of the week.
On January 6th, the 13-year-old Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey 7th grader went up to block a shot, lost his footing, landed on his hands, fracturing
Livingston—From February 4 to 8, Montreal’s Hebrew Academy hosted the 20th Annual Oren Grunbaum Hebrew Academy Invitational Basketball Tournament. Attended by the Hebrew Academy, École Maïmonide, Bialik, Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School, and North Shore Hebrew Academy, the tournament strived to unite top high school players
Forty-eight Yeshiva University fall student-athletes were recognized by the Skyline Conference for earning a 3.3 or higher grade point average during the fall 2014 semester, and were named to the Skyline Conference Honor Roll. Twelve members from the men’s soccer team, nine members from the men’s cross country team, eight members from
The 6-3 Moriah hockey team came into a tough 7-2 Ramaz building needing a win. The 1st period was very intense and tight, both teams trading good chances, but excellent play by both the defense and goalies kept it scoreless going into the 2nd.
Early in the 2nd, Sammy Volodarsky of Moriah got the ball off
With one swipe of their paws, the 2014-15 Frisch Varsity Basketball team swatted the Flatbush Falcons out of Paramus and: (1) won their final Yeshiva League regular season game to run their record to a perfect 14-0 (20-1 overall); (2) captured the inaugural Rubinstein Memorial Varsity Tournament trophy; and (3) highlighted
The Frisch Cougars came into this year as a pre-season favorite. The year started out strong, but then got derailed a bit. After starting 5-0 and winning games in dominating fashion, they proceeded to lose three of their next four games. Two of those losses were very close games to the upstart and extremely talented division-leading SAR
In advance of their final home game of the 2014-15 season against the Magen David Warriors, MTA family and friends paid tribute to the senior athletes on the team. About ten minutes before tip-off, longtime Lions Head Coach Daniel Gibber stepped onto half court of the famed Johnny Halpert Court, home of the MTA Lions and YU
All had a “ball” at the bat mitzvah of Nikki Ratner. All the guests wore a basketball jersey to the festive event at Space in Englewood. “We are a family on and off the court,” says Coach Chad Mekles.
The team is the reigning BTBL town league champion and is hoping to defend its title
The JV Basketball Storm entered its recent matchup with a lot on the line against the Heschel Heat. Heschel was playing for a spot in the playoffs while the Storm was playing to snap a losing streak and finish strong heading into the playoffs.
The Storm came out playing a stifling defense and trading