Friday, May 29, 2020



Paramus - This past Sunday, the Mitch Gross Basketball League (MGBL) boys division season concluded with championships held in all age ranges from 2nd thru 8th Grades. Below is one game summary from the 5th and 6th Grade division championship.

R.W. Pressprich 48-36 over Kosher Experience for


Frisch Loses to Shalhevet in Tier 1 Sarachek Tourney Championship

MTA Wins Tier 2 Championship

New York - From March 7-11, 20 yeshiva high school basketball teams from across the U.S. and Canada met at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus in Washington Heights to battle it out for the top spot in YU’s 22nd Annual Red Sarachek Invitational Basketball Tournament. When the buzzer


TABC Wins Hockey Championship

Lawrence - On Sunday March 10, 2013, the TABC Storm entered the Lawrence Middle School to take on the MTA Lions in a Western Conference showdown for the MYHSHL Varsity championship.  The Lions handed the Storm their only 2 losses of the regular season, a 2-0 defeat at the Weather Center and a 3-2 last second heartbreak in the Lion’s Den.


Moriah Wins B-Ball Title


Ma’ayanot Rapids Defeat SAR for Volleyball Championship

The Ma’ayanot Rapids made Ma’ayanot history last week by defeating SAR to become the volleyball champions of MYHSAL (Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Athletic League).

The Rapids finished the regular season with a 7-3 record, which placed them second in their division. They enjoyed home court advantage in their quarterfinal game against HAFTR, whom they


TABC Vs. MTA In Varsity Hockey Finals This Sunday

The TABC Storm varsity hockey team fought an intense battle at the Weather Center against the HAFTR Flames on Monday night to determine who will head to Lawrence Middle School for the MYHSHL championship game. The Storm defeated the Rambam Ravens 3-1 in the quarter finals, while the Flames were coming off an impressive 8-2 win over a very talented Frisch Cougar


Yasher Koach of the week goes to: Frisch Cougars Make History in Win over Rapids

Last Wednesday night the Frisch Girls Varsity Hockey Team overcame the Ma’ayanot Rapids in the battle for first place in the Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Hockey League (MYHSHL). The game was played at Ma’ayanot and the score was 1-0, the only goal of the game scored by Kayla Blumenfeld early in the first period.

This game is historic because it had been


Frisch Girls’ Soccer Team Aiming for Championship

Frisch has always been known as a school with strong sports teams; this year's girls' varsity soccer team is no exception. Finishing the regular season with a perfect record of 8-0, the team is psyched to continue its winning ways in the playoffs. This team is excited to start the next phase of defending their title of reigning champions.

The Cougars


Jewish Men Can Jump!

On May 23 the Yeshiva High School Basketball Alumni Organization will hold its second annual dinner at Congregation Ahavath Torah in Englewood, New Jersey. The Yeshiva High School Basketball Alumni have chosen to honor an impressive group of men this year. These nine honorees span more than 60 years of yeshiva basketball greatness, and it will be a thrill for fans to


Ma’ayanot Track

The Ma’ayanot track team is a source of pride for many students and members of the Ma’aynot family. While the team does not participate in the “field” part, such as long jumps and hurdles of traditional Track and Field meets, its members have been very successful in races. Team members often participate in the 50-meter, 100-meter, 200-meter, and


Yeshiva Girls All-Star Game

On April 21st 2013, over 100 of the most talented female yeshiva basketball players came to Ma’ayanot  High School for the MVP Basketball Camp All-Star Games. The festivities showcased local talent in the Junior High, JV and Varsity divisions.

The junior high game had the first overtime in the near decade years that the MVP Basketball Camp has been


There’s a Rabbi on Third Base in B’nai Brith League

Who’s on first? I don’t know at second, but a rebbe on third?

In the ’90s, the B’nai Brith Softball League Rambammers were once dominant. But the 21st century has seen some hard times for the team, with past stars Oren Hiller and David LaPoff having moved on.

Still, Captain Jerry Schranz was left with the task of rebuilding the