Blustery winds and chilly temperatures couldn’t deter the Teaneck faithful from coming out to celebrate the start of the 2018 baseball season.
Hundreds of players, parents and fans gathered at Teaneck’s Milton Votee Park on Sunday morning to kick
This past Sunday morning, Clifton Pediatric Dental Group met up with Meridian Capital Group LLC to cap off the ninth season of MGBL boys basketball. These two teams finished the season as the six and seven seeds, regardless of which team emerged the victor, all were in for a good game and a great story.
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12-year-old Yoni Wilk as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Clifton Cheder sixth grader just completed a terrific season for the Network Doctors in the Mitch Gross Basketball League. Yoni lead the team in scoring and rebounding all season.
On the biggest stage, Elana Goldstein, a Kushner alumnus, played arguably the greatest game of her life as she poured in a game high 22 points to lead the Houston Comets over the Sacramento Monarchs 48-45 in the season 10 CMEK championship game. Goldstein was dominant from the start as she drilled two 3-pointers early, which got
Camp Overtime is a new and exciting one week hockey camp for middle school and high school boys who are looking to improve their hockey skills within a nurturing and wholesome environment. Daily hockey clinics run by current and former yeshiva league coaches and all stars focus on improving both individual and team skills. Clinics are
On Sunday April 15, RYNJ held its annual boys Dor L’Dor event in the Felman Gymnasium. This special event gives the students of RYNJ wonderful bonding time with their fathers and/or grandfathers. The event is always a great time and this year’s program, a CMEK game night led by Chad Mekles and his coaches, did not
On Monday night the Kushner girls varsity soccer team defeated Bruriah 7-1. The team secured a well deserved spot in the playoffs after going undefeated in their first five games, winning all of them with a minimum margin of six goals. Shoutout to goalie Genna Grossman, for having the least number of goals allowed in the entire
The Yeshiva University Roller Hockey team’s miraculous run through the tournament came to an end late Saturday night in the Elite 8 to RIT on the short side of a 6-1 game. The boys played until the very end and are already looking forward to next year to take it even further!
By JLNJ Sports Desk
Once again, area high school students will be participating in the High School Spring Ice Hockey League at Floyd Hall Arena in Montclair. This year 45 high school students from SAR, TABC, Frisch and Kushner will be playing on the Hurricanes and Cougar Nation teams.
Both teams got off to a good start with
On Thursday May 3 the Yeshiva High School Alumni Basketball Association will pay tribute to this year’s honorees. Among them is Jack Rosenbaum, JEC class of 1971.
Like 2017 inductees, Ray Aboff, Gary Aboff and Pete Kessel, Rosenbaum grew up in Elizabeth. He and Kessel learned about competition