The RKYHS sports management club had the special opportunity to participate in Sports Business Day at MetLife Stadium sponsored by the New York Jets. While at the stadium, the students heard from a variety of different members of the Jets organization that shed light on different aspects of the team from tickets sales
The RKYHS chess team commanded their boards as they defeated SAR in their first match of the season. Coming off of their undefeated season last year, the RKYHS chess team played very well in an intense series of games, and we look forward to following their success in the season ahead. The chess team practices throughout
On Motzei Shabbat, December 1, the MTA varsity hockey Lions took on the HAFTR Hawks in the den. The game started with the drop and tension filled the room as the ball flew back and forth, with a score of 0-0 at the end of the first period. In the second period, Yosef Sullivan (‘20) passed to Aaron Borgen (‘20) and the ball was
On Wednesday night, November 28, the MTA varsity basketball Lions took on Hillel in the Max. MTA started out with an early 10-0 lead. Hillel caught up, but MTA was still in the lead 12-10 at the end of the first quarter and 14-12 at halftime. Hillel took the lead mid-way through the third quarter 34-33. Led by Eitan Warburg (‘19)
Last Tuesday, SAR High School’s girls varsity basketball faced off against their rival, the Frisch Cougars for the third time this month, with SAR once again emerging victorious. Frisch took an early 2-0 lead but SAR took over from there, leading by 10 at the half and pushing the lead to 20 three minutes into the third quarter.
The first week of the girls’ playoffs was intense, with many of the games being decided by two points or less. In second grade semi-finals action, Rebecca Summers scored 10 point to propel Akari Therapeutics Plc past team Malka Abrahams-Links Residential, while the dynamic duo of Eliana Greenspan and Orly Hoffer
Noah Petak scored two goals, the second, with only nine seconds remaining as Frisch tied the favored Nutley-Columbia team 2-2. Frisch took an early 1-0 lead on the opening shift but missed numerous opportunities to increase their lead. The score remained that way until Nutley finally broke through with 3:30 left
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12-year-old Layla Abenaim as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Yeshivat Noam has the potential to be a key contributor on the Noam Knights Hockey team. When asked about Abenaim, Noam Knights coach Leora Sulimanoff told the JLNJ,
(RAMAT GAN, Israel) – During his first ever trip to Israel last week as the National Basketball Association’s International Goodwill Ambassador, Hall of Fame player Dikembe Mutombo visited Sheba Medical Center, where he was given a VIP tour of the region’s largest hospital and sought to forge an alliance with the
The Yeshiva University women’s basketball team earned a key Skyline Conference victory over the College of Mount Saint Vincent, 62-52, at the ARC Arena on Saturday evening. It’s Yeshiva’s (4-3, 2-2 Skyline) first victory over Mount Saint Vincent (0-4, 0-2 Skyline) in at least 15 years.