Saturday, September 19, 2020


Hoops for HASC Tourney A Success

On Motzei Shabbos, November 23rd, while some people were finalizing their thanksgiving plans, over 200 people came to the Frisch School for the inaugural 3-on-3 Hoops For HASC Tournament. Thirty-two teams, friends and spectators filled the gym and enjoyed a fun night of friendly basketball competition to benefit Camp


TABC Varsity Takes Round One of the Weather Bowl

On Monday night, November 24th, the JEC Thunder clashed with the TABC Storm in the Weather Center, home of TABC.

The Storm ran out to an early 14-3 lead with all five starters scoring in the opening minutes. Additionally, the highly anticipated return of senior guard Dan Poleyeff saw


Three-on-Three Tournament

Last week, on Thanksgiving morning, Gabrielle Green, Carly Sheinfeld, Nikki Ratner and Yakira Keiser held a three-on-three basketball tournament at Yeshivat Noam as a chesed event for their bat mitzvah projects. The tournament raised money for two programs called “Do Wonders” and “Nettie Says.” Do Wonders is a program that


SAR JV Hockey Tops Frisch

Sting Sports Update

In a back and forth game until late in the 3rd period, the JV boys hockey team was able to edge Frisch 5-3.

It was a career night for Freshman Gordie Kolb as he carried the team on his back scoring 4 goals. Gordie scored to give


Pro Football Players Get Brain Damage from Mild “Unreported” Concussions

Israel 21C–A new, enhanced MRI diagnostic approach is now able to identify significant damage to the blood-brain barrier (BBB) of professional football players following “unreported” trauma or mild concussions. Published in the current issue of JAMA Neurology, this study could improve decision making on when an athlete should




Mo Fuchs: More Than a Coach

“You know the garbage man?” Teenaged Mo Fuchs was amazed that his father knew the guy who collected the trash.

His father responded, and the young man learned a lesson he would never forget. “You never disrespect the garbage man or anyone else. If he didn’t do his job, the streets would


Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Yitzi Markel

The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 21-year-old Yitzi Markel as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week. Yitzi is a co-captain of the Yeshiva University Cross Country Team, who overcame a serious injury and performed at the top of his game during the second half of the


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


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


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


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