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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Sports

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Alex Greene

The Jewish Link of NJ and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12 -year-old Alex Greene as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The seventh grader at Yavneh Academy dances competitively at Progressive Dance Studio in Englewood. She is a competitive hip hop dancer. In the summer Alex trains as part of the elite upper

CBYMCSL Pays Tribute to Harold Gellis, z”l

The Bottling Company softball team began its season this past Sunday with a very heavy heart, as they were playing without their star pitcher, Harold Gellis z’l, the team captain for more than 30 years. Gellis had been discussing plans for the upcoming season, but he died suddenly in late February. Many members of the team shared

Ma’ayanot Hockey Stays Undefeated With Back-to-Back Home Wins

The Ma’ayanot Rapids extended their undefeated season with a nail-biting 3-2 win over the Ramaz Rams (3-2) on Tuesday night. The game was Ma’ayanot’s home opener after two wins (Flatbush and Central) on the road.

Ma’ayanot jumped out to a quick lead on a goal by sophomore defender Yakira

Captain Keiser Leads as TABC Defeats Ramaz

TABC Baseball is heading into the Pesach break 3-0 after cruising to a 12-0 blowout over the Ramaz Rams. The game started more than 30 minutes late due to a malfunction with the field lights, but just as the teams were readying to head home, there was light, and then there was ball. The TABC Storm took an early lead after a two run

Bruriah Lightning Softball Update

As the season kicks in, the Bruriah softball team brings their sportsmanship, cheers and determination to every game. The girls’ hard work and excitement paid off in their win of the double header against Kushner, both extremely exciting games. With a record of 2-2, the team doesn’t let any loss bring them down, but rather uses

MTA Soccer Silences Ramaz, Clinches Playoff Spot

The MTA Soccer Lions walked into the Ramaz gym on Sunday, April 14th with flashbacks of blowing their 12-5 lead late in the third quarter just a few weeks ago. Luckily, MTA narrowly escaped with a 13-12 win against Ramaz and a chip on their shoulders. Determined to rewrite the narrative and prove their dominance over the division, the MTA

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Jump Into Shape Starts Classes in Three New Shuls

(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) Jump Into Shape, Bergen County’s men’s fitness program designed to build a healthier body for your soul, has plans to start jump rope programs in Fair Lawn, Highland Park and Springfield, adding to the three classes currently offered in the Teaneck/Bergenfield area. Each six week course will be

Ma’ayanot Hockey Plays Alumni Game

This past Sunday, Ma’ayanot High School held an alumni hockey game called Rapid Legends Unite. It was so nice to see familiar alumni faces come together from different graduation years to play together against some of the current hockey team players. What was also very exciting was having some of the alumni, Aliza Hiller and

Undefeated TABC Varsity Softball Team Rolls On

The TABC Storm Varsity Softball Team are too hot to stop. Only one week into their season, the team is now 5-0 after back to back wins over JEC and Heichal HaTorah in a Friday afternoon doubleheader at Votee Park. In Game 1 against JEC, the Storm scored all their runs in the third inning with RBI singles from seniors Jonathan

TABC JV Softball Sweeps Double Header

After a tough last inning loss against SAR, the TABC JV Softball team came out swinging against Frisch this past Sunday. In game one of their doubleheader, strong hitting led by sophomores Elan Goldstein and Ezra Kopstick, and strong base-running by freshman Joey Zelig helped the team score runs in nearly every inning.

By Chance

I flew up to Boston on Sunday for the Boston Marathon. I had to be at dinner by 5:45 and my host by 8:45 for Game of Thrones. So, I expected a calm afternoon of visiting the race expo and picking up my race number.

(Nothing in your world is ever “calm”)