Thursday, May 24, 2018



Girls Hockey Playoffs








Yavneh Honors Gordon Family With Field and Scoreboard Dedication

On May 3, Lag B’Omer, Yavneh Academy’s student body and faculty congregated on the school’s newly renovated and magnificent ballfield for a special celebratory parade and dedication ceremony honoring Rebecca and memorializing Herb, 


Teaneck Doghouse Mother’s Day Sportstar of the Year: Chani Teigman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize fitness instructor extraordinaire Carol (Chani) Teigman as this year’s Mother’s Day Sportstar of the year. For the past 12 years, Teigman has taught a variety of group fitness classes including indoor spin, high intensity interval training, abs and core

Yeshiva University’s Joey Goffstein Invited to NCAA Career Sports Forum

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) Junior Joseph Goffstein, of the Yeshiva University baseball team, has been selected to participate in the 2018 NCAA Career in Sports Forum. Goffstein is the first Yeshiva University student ever selected to participate in this program, which will be held from May 31-June 3 at the NCAA national office in

Kushner Strikes Again in Track

This past Sunday, on May 6, the Kushner Cobra’s track team was truly unstoppable. They had an excellent performance at the yeshiva league’s third meet of the season hosted at Red Hook Track, in Brooklyn. Many of Kushner’s runners managed to finish their races in the top three showcasing an amazing meet.

MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game takes us to the Ma’ayanot High School gym, where teams Confie and The Jewish Link of New Jersey matched up for a motzei Shabbos game. Confie was coming off a close 59-55 victory over Lincoln Equities Group, and the Jewish Link squad were still savoring their come-from-behind

TABC Storm Fall Just Short in Columbus Tournament Championship

The TABC Storm baseball team showed its dominance at the Columbus Baseball Invitational in Columbus, Ohio last week but fell just short in the championship game for the third time in the last four years.

The Storm opened the tournament against the first-year team of Katz

Escape From Alcatraz: Part V

If I don’t get eaten by sharks in the swim or crash on the bike, I will just have to run 8 miles.

(In San Francisco?)


(A city notorious for its hill?)


(But you hate hills)


(I don’t

MTA Baseball Lions Have Perfect 3-0 Record

The MTA Lions baseball team began their season with games against TABC, Heschel and Flatbush. The Lions, who had reached the semi-finals last year, are an even stronger team this year and are looking forward to an even better season.

On Opening Day, Monday, April 23, the Lions played against

Ice Hockey Hurricane ‘Storm’ Continues

On Sunday at Floyd Hall Arena in Montclair, the Hurricanes continued their strong play as they skated to a convincing 7-1 win over the Knights. It was the team’s fourth consecutive victory of the spring league hockey season, moving them into second place in the Metro High School division. Aaron Teitelbaum opened the scoring with the first

Yavneh Redhawks Repeat as Undefeated Girls YMSSA Hockey Champions

Last Wednesday night two tremendous middle school girls hockey teams faced off for the YMSSA championship. The Kushner Cobras (4-1-1) had a stellar season but were coming off a 6-5 semi finals victory over Yeshivat Noam the week before. While the Yavneh Redhawks had a flawless season; The only game that they did not have an three