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Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Sports

The Varsity Storm Defeat the Sting

TABC’s varsity hockey team traveled to Riverdale on Thursday night November 20th to play the undefeated SAR Sting in what would be a very closely played game.

In the middle of the first period SAR scored the first goal to put them up 1-0. After a scoreless second period the Storm came out a

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TJSL Team Ivory Coast Tops Denmark in a Shootout

On the night of November 16, 2014, Ivory Coast and Denmark, the two top-seeded teams in the U10 Coed Rec Division of the Teaneck Junior Soccer League, met to play for the championship. Both teams were dominant throughout the regular season. Denmark’s record was 8-0-1 and Ivory Coast’s 7-1-1. The teams had met each other twice

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Noam Knights Report

On Monday, November 17th, the 7th Grade Noam Knights kicked off their season with a solid 53-30 victory over BDS of Stamford, Connecticut. After a long and tiring bus ride, the Knights were a little sluggish to start the game. Eventually they turned it on, led by terrific defense by Sam Bendheim and Billy Krause, and went on a 24-2 run to

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JV Sting Beat the Heat

The JV squad from SAR beat Hillel 51-15 in a game that was never in doubt.  As everyone received ample playing time, SAR had 11 different players score points, led by Amichai Feit and Daniel Wisotsky with 9 apiece and Dovie Marcus chipping in 7 and Erez Major 6.

The win brings the team's record to 2-1

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Ma’ayanot JV Volleyball Report

The Ma’ayanot JV Girls Volleyball team has been on a roll this season. Their last three games have been wins with beautiful playing from the young squad. They are led by sophomores Reeva Lewitter, Miriyam Goldman, Zahava Isaacs and Danielle Pasternak. These girls lead with enthusiasm and by example. The freshmen on the squad are also very

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Ma’ayanot Swim Report

Since October, the Ma’ayanot Swim Team has been training hard under Coach Esther Isser. Practices are held twice a week in preparation for swim meets against other high schools. The first swim meet of the season took place on November 11th against Bruriah. The team was filled with anticipation and excitement as it faced its first

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Bruriah Basketball Report

In what amounted to little more than a slug-fest, the Lightning (4-2) pulled out the road victory at Hillel. Bruriah never trailed and was up by 12 several times during the game. Hillel, fought its way back into the game and trailed by only 4 with about 45 seconds to go in the fourth.

By Coach Susan Rifkin

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TABC Champs in Competitive Rubenstein Tournament

The Emunah-sponsored Rubenstein Tournament, the premier JV basketball tournament of the year, took place this past week. The tournament was conceived in memory of Rabbi Jacob and Deborah Rubenstein who were tragically killed in a fire in their home seven years ago. The rabbi and his wife, among their many charitable endeavors, had led a mission to Israel with

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TABC Captures Third Place in the Cooper Invitational Tournament

In the game for third place in Tier I, two powerhouses from opposite sides of the country faced off. The #5 TABC Storm hailing from Teaneck, New Jersey had beaten the Fasman Yeshiva and the Weinbaum Storm, but lost to the North Shore Hebrew Academy Stars in the semis. YULA had beaten Kohelet and Frisch, but lost to the HAFTR Hawks

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AIFLAG Football Season Comes To an Exciting End on Super Sunday

The 2014 fall season of the Bergen County AIFLAG football league came to an exhilarating end this past Sunday in Overpeck Park with champions crowned in each division. The division champs were as follows:

K-1st grade: JETS

2-3rd grade: BRONCOS

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Bruriah Basketball Report

Bruriah basketball A and B teams had a rocky midweek, but the Lightning ended the week on a high note with a home win against Kushner Saturday night. Both Lightning teams took to the road, A at SAR looking to even the score for its loss in OT the previous week, and B to its inter-state rival SKA.

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