Tuesday, October 24, 2017


Yemin Orde Dedicates New Soccer Complex in Memory of Jewish Athletes Who Perished in the Holocaust

(Courtesy of Friends of Yemin Orde) Mt. Carmel, Israel—Yemin Orde Youth Village in Israel officially dedicated its new soccer field complex on Sunday, Oct. 15, to the memory of two Jewish athletes and soccer players who played on the Maccabia team of Rzeszow, Poland, and who later perished in the Holocaust. The

MGBL Minute

This week’s game of the week goes back to the gym at Ben Porat Yosef where Toppan Vintage was matched up against Triumph Hotels. Triumph Hotels was looking to build on the momentum from last week’s thriller and Toppan Vintage was in search of their first victory of the season. The game was neck

Training for a Triathalon in the Sukkah

Absolute AIFL

AIFL - Bergen County Flag Football Fall League Standings



101 49ers (1-2-0)

102 Steelers (2-1-0)

103 Giants

Yeshiva University Cross Country Finishes Fourth Overall at York College Invitational

(courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s cross country team competed in the York College (N.Y.) Invitational, at Van Cortlandt Park, on Sunday afternoon. The Maccabees finished fourth overall as a team, scoring 125 points.

Leading the way for Yeshiva was senior Avraham

Strong Start Helps Yeshiva University Men’s Soccer Earn Win Over Vaughn

(courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s soccer team earned a non-conference win over Vaughn College, 5-1, on Randall’s Island Field 10 earlier this month.

Leading the way for Yeshiva was freshman midfielder Alberto Benhamu, who scored three goals and added an assist

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Arielle Fleischman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize seven-year-old Arielle Fleischman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Fleischman is a second grader at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey and played a key role in her MGBL team Triumph Hotels’ victory the other week. PressONE.net - Voice

Bruriah Kicks Off Its Fall Sports Season

While Bruriah’s rosters and fall schedules are being finalized, the teams are getting ready for action. The JV basketball team, under Coach Dena Lichtman, will open its season at home vs. Ma’ayanot on October 24. Sophomores Hannah Grayman (East Brunswick), Adina Shayowitz (Bergenfield), Aliza Warburg (Teaneck), Sarah

Blackouts Win CBY B Division Championship

After a long layoff, the Congregation Bnai Yeshurun men’s softball championship series between the Blackouts, managed by Aharon Goldwasser, and the Wild Turkeys, managed by Allan Teller, began with a doubleheader on Sunday night. The Wild Turkeys were the favorite going into the game as the #3 seed, after

MVP Celebrates Ninth Successful Season

MVP 2017, the premier Jewish, Orthodox girls basketball and tennis camp at Camp Seneca Lake, under the direction of Irv Bader and Carol & Judah Rhine, celebrated its ninth consecutive successful season. This year MVP introduced MVP Tennis, which was a huge success and registration closed out very quickly.

Atlantic City Half Ironman Is Infused With Spirituality

The Half Ironman Atlantic City took place on Sunday, September 17. One of the race participants needed to say Kaddish, so a pre-race minyan was arranged, complete with an Elul shofar blowing.


MGBL Minute

This week’s game of the week takes us to the back gym at Ben Porat Yosef. Bellcar Electric matched up with Toppan Vintage, each team in search of its first victory of the season. In the first half, the two teams traded baskets, Bellcar’s Leora Wasserman led with six of her game high 10 points in the