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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Sports

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Raizel Reva Kleinman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Raizel Reva Kleinman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat He’Atid sixth grader was one of the many standout players at this summer’s Sportstar Select @Camp Shalom New Jersey Program. When asked about Kleinman, Sportstar Select

TABC Holds First-Ever Wrestling Expo

Coaches of the TABC wrestling team came to school during the freshman PE break and gave the students a firsthand glimpse of the wrestling program. The coaches highlighted principles like commitment and work ethic, as well as wrestling techniques and maneuvers. TABC has a long history of success on the mat and is looking forward to

Fordham University Plans Conference On Anti-Semitism And Sports

A global symposium discussing “Anti Semitism and Sports” will be offered by the School of Professional and Continual Studies of Fordham University in conjunction with the Chelsea Football Club and the New England Revolution’s Final Whistle on Hate campaign and its dean, Dr. Anthony Davidson, on Wednesday, September 25, at the McGinley

DRS Dominates at 2019 HASC Alumni Hockey Classic

The third annual HASC Hockey Classic was held this past Sunday in Teaneck. Over 160 yeshiva league alumni hockey players from schools all over the tri-state area came to compete to benefit Camp HASC. Camp HASC would like to emphasize the incredible job done for the third year in a row by event chair Gilad Rosenberg, tournament

Bike4Chai 2019: Part 1

Bike4chai (B4C) is a two day, 180 mile bike ride that raises funds for Camp Simcha. This is Chai Lifeline’s main fundraising event. We’re talking 600 cyclists—alpha males, retired pro sports athletes, weekend warriors and one guy with one leg.

That one-legged cyclist is JJ

Yeshiva University Women’s Tennis Earns Come-From-Behind Skyline Victory Over Manhattanville

(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University women’s tennis team opened up Skyline play with a come-from-behind victory over Manhattanville College, 5-4, on the Manhattanville Tennis Courts on Sunday.

Yeshiva (2-0, 1-0 Skyline) trailed 2-1 after doubles play, but came back to win four out of six

MVP Boys Basketball Camp 11th Year Is the Best One Yet

(Courtesy of MVP) MVP, the premier Jewish Orthodox boys basketball camp at Camp Seneca Lake, under the direction of Irv Bader and Judah and Carol Rhine, celebrated its 11th consecutive season of record breaking registration and enrollment. Within five divisions, 28 teams played over 125 games over the course of

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Aiden Rauzman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12-year-old Aiden Rauzman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat Noam seventh grader had a great week at Camp Overtime, picking up a thrilling championship victory for the Camp Overtime Wolfpack. Aiden won the Points Leader trophy and scored

TABC Athletics Gears Up For Another Great Year

The TABC athletics department is gearing up for the 2019-20 season. During the summer, Athletic Director Yitz Rabovsky met with Director of Hockey Operations Mo Fuchs and basketball coach Oswald Cross to plan for another stellar year of Storm Athletics.

Some new additions to the program

Retirement Part XI: Race Day, Part II

The first couple of miles of the run course were fine. Real problems happened at mile 13. My left hamstring spasmed and I almost fell over. If you had been watching, you would think that I had ants in the pants.

A volunteer told me that I needed to get salt into my body. She tried to

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Tova Teichman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Tova Teichman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat He’Atid sixth grader improved in all facets of the game in her two weeks at the CMEK August post-season camp. When asked about Teichman, the CMEK director told the JLNJ, “She

Take a Hike

If you’re looking for a short hike of easy-to-moderate difficulty, this hike is perfect for you. It’s only 1.5 miles long, and you probably can finish the hike in one hour. But you might want to spend a little more time admiring the beautiful scenery, as the hike goes by two scenic lakes. Boy Scout camps were