It was a year like no other, and much had to be sacrificed throughout the world in terms of athletics. Yet, Yeshivat Frisch Athletics is looking back on a year in which, despite all the challenges, there is much to be proud of.
In a year of reduced competition, Frisch’s boys ice hockey team won the McMullin Cup. Frisch’s athletics teams also maintained practice schedules. The wrestling team had practice every week, rain or shine, and the girls ice hockey successfully held 19 practices. Frisch maintained four basketball teams, three volleyball teams, two floor hockey teams, two outdoor soccer teams, fencing, cross country/track meets, girls swim team, lacrosse and E sports. The school coordinated outdoor games for basketball and volleyball, while three softball and baseball teams competed in the Yeshiva League. Frisch also held in-house competitions, including an all-Frisch tennis tournament with 24 participants, and four flag football intramurals.
Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches on what you accomplished this year!