Opinion Sports

The Mets’ Miraculous Mideason Turnaround

By Zev Lonner 2020 Year after year, Mets fans like myself spend the offseason desperately searching for any shred of optimism to cling onto. The year 2019 was no different, as I found every available opportunity for hope heading into the current season. Countless outsiders questioned the Mets’ playoff aspirations, […]


Volleyball Preseason Reflection

By Marley Kronenberg ‘21  With summer coming to an end and junior year approaching, I had a lot on my mind. I still had to finish my summer reading (which I, naturally, had saved for the last minute). I was trying to get a head start on the ACT process […]

News Sports

Heschel Wins Senior Hockey Night

By Raphaela Gold ‘21 On Tuesday April 30, as Heschel hosted the Ma’ayanot Hockey team for a game, the school came together to celebrate the graduating students who have contributed to the team over their years at Heschel. This year, five senior girls on the Heschel Varsity Hockey Team were […]


Heschel Homecoming

By Talia Levin ‘20   On Tuesday, November 20th, the Heschel school hosted its second annual homecoming basketball game. Students, alumni, parents, and faculty crowded into the middle school gym to watch Heschel’s undefeated boys’ basketball team face off against the JEC High School team. They continued their winning streak […]

Debates Sports

Heschel Conflicts with Yeshiva League

By Raphaela Gold ‘21 and Talia Levin ‘20   Heschel has recently experienced conflicts with the regulations mandated by the Yeshiva League. The Yeshiva League, or more formally, the Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Athletic League, is a high school athletic league made up of 37 mostly-Orthodox Yeshivas and Jewish Day […]