(Courtesy of yumacs.com) With less than four weeks until the second half of the season kicks off, the Yeshiva University roller hockey team is hard at work getting ready. Despite a solid first half, the boys are anxious to prove themselves and make big moves in the latter part of the season.
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 9-year-old Sidney Gussen as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The third grader at Lowell Elementary is coming off of a championship for the AIFL Flag Football second/third grade Eagles. Gussen helped clinch the win by throwing the game winning touchdown
It was a tough week on the schedule for the Cougars; three games in four nights. It started off Thursday night with a 5-3 win over division rival East Side at the Prudential Center’s Barnabas Hockey House. Next came the first of back-to-back games against big North Conference teams, Tenafly and Ramapo High Schools.
Following a crucial victory against the top-ranked TABC Storm, the MTA varsity basketball Lions had winning on their minds this week as they aspired to build on their recent success. The Lions’ winning streak continued on Wednesday, December 26, when they played against the Kushner Cobras. Although they started out slow, the
TABC varsity hockey continued its impressive streak last week, earning wins at MTA and JEC and a home win over Rambam. The varsity Storm now boasts a 9-1 record for the 2018-2019 season. The Storm brought a barrage of offense in each game led by Ben Englander, Akiva Hain, Avraham Gellman, Shlomo Gellman, Yonadav Rimberg, Jake
TABC’s Storm JV hockey team overpowered the Rambam Ravens Saturday night, 5-0. The Storm was led on offense by Zachary Levy, Jonah Gerson, Ezra Kopstick and Yosef Fleischman. The defense, featuring Jonah Elzweig in goal, was led by Eli Blumenfeld, Baruch Schmukler-Karpov, Tzvi Naor,and Aaron Teitelbaum. The JV team boasts a 6-1 record and
This past Sunday, marked the kick-off of the tenth season of MGBL boys basketball—and the games did not disappoint. Even though the games were exhibition and did not count in the standings, you would not know that watching the boys swishing and dishing all day. This week’s spotlight game takes us to Yeshivat Ben Porat yosef for
There was no bigger fan of the RYNJ boys and the RYNJ Jaguars than Rabbi Dovid Kaminetsky zt”l. He made it his priority to be at every Jaguars game possible. His absence is felt around the halls of RYNJ, but it is also very much felt at all of the RYNJ games. To honor Rabbi K, Jaguars coach Steve Gutlove decided to
There was excitement in the air at JEC on Saturday night as the Kushner Cobras came to Elizabeth to battle the JEC Thunder JV, with playoff implications written all over the game.
With hundreds of vocal fans packing the sparkling JEC gym, the two teams started nervously and slowly. JEC’s star center,
This past weekend the New Jersey Avalanche spent a memorable Shabbat together at the Hershey Lodge. The team and their families were able to take part in the tournament and enjoy a special Shabbat. The hotel accommodated them by blocking out a conference room for davening and meals. The team played two games on Friday went
On Sunday, December 30, the MTA JV basketball Lions traveled to Deal to play against the Hillel Heat. Coming off a huge win against TABC, the Lions were all fired up, knowing they could easily defeat the Heat. Sophomore starter Yosef Zakon was out sick and sophomore Ben Platovsky stepped in to the starting lineup, where he played