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Monday, May 25, 2020

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RKYHS Wrestling Rebuilding After a Record Breaking 2014

The Kushner Wrestling season is underway, with the team holding a 3-2 record after a shaky 0-2 start. This year’s team is in transition, with five of the 2014 team’s Top Five National place winners having graduated in the spring. Coach Dave Cilio has the team working hard to prepare for the Wittenberg Yeshiva National

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Bruriah Basketball Report

The Bruriah Lightning took games from Ma’ayanot and Frisch in a span of three days to head into the Chanukah break at 7-2.

Ma’ayanot scored the first eight points on its home court before Nikki Bick put Bruriah on the board to break the drought. With the score 10-2, Maayanot’s starting point guard

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Yeshiva University Basketball Beats Defending Skyline Champions

For the second time this week, the Yeshiva University men’s basketball team beat the defending Skyline Conference champions as the Maccabees knocked off Purchase College 69-54 in a Skyline Conference showdown at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Sunday afternoon. The win improves the Maccabees to 6-1 in Skyline Conference play and 8-3

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The Evolution of the RKYHS Girls Volleyball Team

For years, the Kushner girls varsity volleyball team was ridiculed for its poor play. During seasons 2011 and 2012, the team played simply because it existed. The coach held few practices and the games brought out fewer fans than number of players on the team. The girls were not happy and wanted more. They did not want to just play

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Sting JV Tops Cougars

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The Sting’s JV Boys Basketball team recently beat Frisch, 55-52, in overtime. The game saw many lead changes with both teams refusing to give up. SAR was led by Dovie Marcus’s 23 points and Daniel Wisotsky’s 10. Oshi Bloom and Sam Meyers each chipped in 7 points and the

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MGBL 6/7/8 Girls Columbia Cardiology League Champs

This past Sunday night, Columbia Cardiology defeated Chosen Healthcare in the 6/7/8th Grade Girls Division of the Mitch Gross Basketball League (MGBL) Finals to become the Division Champions. Led by Coaches Phil Green and Chanan Vogel, with a focus on having fun and teamwork, Columbia Cardiology went on to a 9-1 regular season

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Moriah 7b Takes First Place

On December 14th, the (4-0) Noam 7th grade boys’ basketball team traveled to (3-0) Moriah in a battle for first place, which is what most fans believe will be a preview of the YMSSA 7th grade boys’ championship basketball game.

The excitement began from the

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Ma’ayanot JV Basketball

On Thursday night, December 11, the Ma’ayanot Rapids were victorious once again.

In the 1st quarter freshman Jessie Orgel scored 10 points for the Rapids which included 2-pointers, foul shots, and a 3-pointer. Along with those 10 points, sophomore Alyssa Felder scored another 4 points. The 1st quarter

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SAR Varsity Wrestling report Sting Sports Update

On December 14th, in an exciting rival match against TABC, SAR wrestling won 50-28!

Wins came from Ori Feinberg in a 15-14 decision, Max Berger by pin, Jeremy Berger by a technical fall, Jonathan Wiener by pin, Cfir Feinberg by pin, Leo Weiner by pin, Aidan Smolar by pin, Kenny “Bear” Burstein by

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MGBL Team Freed Oil 4th/ 5th Grade Girls Champs

In the first of two exciting MGBL girls’ championship games, Freed Oil Co. defeated StateStreetSmiles.com 24-17 in OT in the 4th/5th grade division.

The game began as a defensive battle with the score 4-2 at the half and 9-4 after three periods with StateStreetSmiles.com in the lead.

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Seventh Grade Knights Keep on Rolling

The Noam Knights defeated Yavneh 41-37 in a game that was a lot closer than many had expected.

Playing without one of their top players, Yavneh was led by the inside play of Ami Citron (18) and the sweet shooting of Eitan Dukas (13) and was able to build a 6-point lead early in the 2nd quarter. The

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