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Ramaz Athletics is all about teamwork, sportsmanship, and school spirit -- both on and off the court. Players learn how to work together, and the students and families who come to support them at each game are integral to the team. Playing a sport and cheering from the bleachers creates a feeling of #RAMpride, as everyone comes together to show they are HERE for Ramaz.

Our students are always encouraged to work together and learn from each other, and the Ramaz Athletics program showcases that teamwork. Being a Ram means more than just winning games and scoring points -- it is a channel through which our students can express their enthusiasm and proudly show their blue and gold spirit. Go Rams!

Athletics News

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Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball team on winning Tier II of the Saracheck Tournament! Congrats to each of our players and a special shout-out to Julius R. '22 for being MVP of Tier II and Caleb R. '22 and Cy A. '22 for being named to the All Star Team. A huge thank you to our incredible Coach Scott and AD Ari Witkes...

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The Ramaz Cross Country team concluded a very successful season, both individually, and as a team. Senior co-captain Finley H. led the girls team to a third place finish, while freshman sensation, Keren T., who had won every meet she entered, once again came in first. On the boys side, senior co-captain Sam K. managed to finish third overall, despite nursing an injury...

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headshot of NBA player Mike Sweetney

This week, the Mental Health Club (COPE, Creating Opportunities for a Positive Environment) hosted Mike Sweetney, a former NBA player and collegiate All-American, to discuss his experience with mental health issues including anxiety and depression.

For those of you who haven't heard about Mike, he was drafted as the ninth overall pick in the 2003 NBA draft by the NY Knicks. That's the same draft that produced Lebron, Melo...

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While other programs in the NJ Avalanche division select only the top players to put together the highest level team, this team is selected based on religious observance. Anyone who plays ice hockey but does not want to sacrifice his religious beliefs, specifically playing games and tournaments on Shabbat and Yom Tov, are invited to join. Almost every local yeshiva is represented on this team, including our very own Joey D. and Alex O.! And they won the state title! Huge yasher koach to Joey, Alex, and the rest of the team!

Read more about this story here.

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