Sunday, October 20, 2019


Yeshiva University Honors Its Second Hall of Fame Class

Yeshiva University athletics has taken college athletics by storm, creating many die-hard fans and transforming student-athletes into household names. Whether it’s the high-flying Ryan Turell, sharpshooter Simcha Halpert, the tenacious rebounding of Michal Alge or the all-around superstardom of NABC All-American

Ma’ayanot Girls Varsity Soccer, ‘the Uconn’ of Women’s Yeshiva Soccer

Looking back at the last four years of MYHSAL girls varsity soccer, one can only take notice of the amazing feat of the Rapids. After winning their third championship in four years, the Rapids end the year with another division title and championship in hand. Since 2015, the Rapids have not lost a division and have not lost at

TABC Track Finishes First

On May 30, the TABC track headed out in the stormy weather for the track championships at the armory to defend their winning streak five years in the running. TABC won with a score of 98 with SAR in second, scoring 42, followed by Kushner with 40, Flatbush with 30, Rambam 14, Heschel 10 and The Idea School. Leading the way for TABC

Third Time’s a Charm for Frisch JV Boys Soccer

After ending the season on a two-game losing streak, which dropped them to the #5 seed, the Yeshivat Frisch Cougars had a tough rode to make it to the championship. As the second to last team in, the Cougars had to win two road games to even think about winning a championship. After a few tough practices and a lineup change, which

TABC Softball Advances to Semifinals

The varsity softball team kicked off their playoff campaign against the YDE Thunder Friday afternoon at Overpeck Park. This was the team’s first game in over a month, but you never would have guessed it. The Storm struck first in the bottom of the first with senior Ari Katz (who was double booked as a member of the baseball team


MGBL Minute

This week MGBL concluded the regular season for the boys high school league. On Saturday night, the Aamatex Powerwashing team continued their strong play coming back from a seven point deficit to win by nine. Chosen Healthcare won getting 36 points from Akiva Feit. Avi Proctor contributed 34 for

Heschel Heat Girls Hockey Repeat as MYHSAL Champions

On Wednesday night May 29, the MYHSAL girls varsity hockey championship was played out in Ma’ayanot girls high school gym between the 2018 defending champion Heschel Heat and the up and coming Ramaz Rams, who were making their first appearance in the championship game. Adding a definite element of intrigue to the game

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Elliot Eisner

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Elliot Eisner as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat Frisch junior is coming off of a varsity hockey championship win and the prestigious Last Man Standing award at the Semmelman All-Star game 2019. During the yeshiva

Thunder 9 and 11 Have Successful Spring Season

Coming off a dramatic league championship in the winter Hoop Heaven season, Thunder 9 looked to repeat in the spring. They had a strong regular season, finishing 5-3 in the highest ninth grade division, and earned a #3 seed in the playoffs. They went up against a tough team, The Ivy, who had defeated them in overtime in the regular

Score4RCCS Basketball Tournament

For most high school seniors, the summer of 12th grade is filled with dreams of the future; thinking about what life is going to be like once the shackles of high school are removed and true freedom sets in. But in 2018 for one high school senior, summertime was utilized as an opportunity to help others and make a real difference in his

Frisch Varsity Soccer Defeats MTA to Capture Championship

On Sunday night of Memorial Day weekend, the #2 seed MTA Lions took on the #1 seed Frisch Cougars in the MYHSAL boys varsity soccer championship game. Frisch had just come off of a hard fought 4-3 overtime victory against TABC in the semi-finals, and MTA had scored an impressive 9-6 victory against defending champions, DRS. Alan