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Monday, September 25, 2017

Sports

MGBL Minute

After an exciting day of practice, the younger two divisions will kick off the season on Sunday, September 24. The fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls will not have games, in observance of Tzom Gedaliah. All teams will resume on 10/1.

MGBL wishes all a Shanah

MVP Records Record Enrollment in Ninth Summer

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 ninth consecutive season of record breaking registration and enrollment. The camp is comprised of five divisions, divided into 28 teams, who played over 125 games

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Judah Lowy

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Judah Lowy as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Jacoby, a fourth grader at RYNJ had a terrific month of August at Camp Malchus.

A few weeks ago, Judah wowed all spectators when he climbed a fence

YU Women’s Tennis Dominates Mount Saint Mary to Remain Unbeaten in Skyline Play

(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University women’s tennis team earned a Skyline win over Mount Saint Mary College, 9-0, on the Mount Saint Mary tennis courts on Wednesday evening. Yeshiva bumps its record to 4-1 overall, and 4-0 in Skyline play.

Senior Shani Hava cruised to a number one

CBY Softball’s Blackout Team Is Heading to the Championship

After knocking off the top team in the league last week, the Blackouts looked to continue their winning ways by playing against the second seed Bottling Company. Their bats continued to hit, as they scored in every inning, they made nice plays and they won the game.

After The Wild Turkeys won

Camp HASC Benefits From Yeshiva League Alumni Hockey Tourney

The inaugural Yeshiva League Alumni Hockey Tournament was held this past Sunday in Teaneck, NJ. Officially the first tournament of any kind for alumni of the Yeshiva Hockey league, teams comprised of former hockey players from 12 different schools competed to benefit Camp

Bruriah Sports Teams Tryouts Are in Full Swing

Leading off Bruriah’s sports teams tryouts for the 2017-2018 seasons was softball. About 30 ninth through twelfth graders descended on the baseball field on a glorious Sunday afternoon to run bases, field balls, hit and pitch. Coaches David Dessau, David Markowitz and Brian Allen are optimistic about this year’s team and

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Adira Orbach

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 15-year-old Adira Orbach as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Salanter Akiba Riverdale (SAR) rising junior will be starting her third season as a member of the varsity Sting basketball team. Her first two years have netted back to back

MGBL Readies for 2017-2018 Season MGBL Minute

Phil Simms to Deliver Keynote at First-Ever ‘Sports Night of Champions’ at Kaplen JCC on the Palisades

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades is pleased to announce its first Sports Night of Champions, which will raise valuable funds to support scholarships at the JCC. The evening will feature an elegant strolling dinner and dessert reception followed by a special keynote address by Phil Simms, two-time NFL Super Bowl Champion and MVP in Super Bowl

Ironman Lake Placid 2017: The Race Day Experience

Part 3

THE BIKE

The bike ride was fraught with problems...

At mile 10, there is a steep descent into Keene, I shifted my gears to get the maximum power from my pedaling.

TABC Alumni Sports League Completes Second Successful Year

While the students of TABC were away for the summer, there was still a lot of energy and excitement in the building as 90 young men filled the gyms for the TABC Alumni Sports League, playing basketball and hockey games every week during the summer. It all started with a biannual TABC alumni hockey game that takes