Baseball season didn’t end in the spring for a group of determined and committed Teaneck boys playing summer travel baseball in the 8U division. The near daily practices and games for the past six weeks have resulted in an amazing 11-1 record in the Paramus Summer Tournament and a first-place team finish in the regular season. The condensed schedule and more
After this past Sunday’s thrilling come from behind victory, the Killer B’z of the CBY Men’s Club Softball League have moved into a tie for first place in their division at 9-2. The team is led by captain and mortgage expert Michael Graber, pitching ace Jacky “Action Jackson” Fleischman, all-star shortstop Jon Neiss, top league LF Yoni
The Center for Spinal Disorders (CSD) and Dr. Jonathan Lewin sponsored an “NBA Worthy” Basketball Face-Off. The event included staff and administrators from North Shore Hospital and Englewood Hospital, and top players from the community. They squared off at City Sports on 4, New Jersey’s Premiere Sports Complex located in
JLBC – Thanks for taking the time to talk with us about YU Athletics. What is it that you do for the department?
YU – Thank you for having me here, I’m excited to talk about our student athletes. I wear multiple hats but essentially I coordinate our recruiting efforts and our athletic alumni relationships. I’m also the Men’s Soccer
Starting this Tuesday evening, Camp Mesorah turned into a full-fledged Olympic Village for two days. The all-around fun was highlighted by exemplary team spirit and sportsmanship.
During the opening ceremonies, division heads led a torch-lit ceremony and announced team captains. The campers were then divided into four teams and given bandanas for their
Gymnastics is a sport that requires hours of practice, but yields great achievements. The practice required is intense and tiring, yet any gymnast would agree that the sport is well worth the effort because the joy of flying through the air at a competition is indescribable.
One of the girls’ gymnastics teams at the United States Gymnastics
The summer travel baseball season is in full swing and TBO’s 8U team has started very strong with a 5-0 record. Led by travel veterans Jack Ruditzky, Joshua Markovitz, Liev Wolin, Judah Vogel, and Jordy Sheinfeld, the team has beaten Ramsey, Paramus Vortelone, Glen Rock, and two teams from Teaneck Southern.
There are definitely some tough tests in the
The TFFL is a Jewish Flag football league that plays on Sunday mornings in Teaneck modeled after the American Flag Football League in Israel. The 2014 season will begin in late August and run through December with a 12 game regular season followed by playoffs. They are currently accepting team registrations only. If you would like to be placed on a list of
Englewood native Asher Strobel, a’h, was a tragically taken from us at the age of 21. Strobel, a student at the Binghamton University Business School, passed away on January 6, 2011 while on a skiing trip with friends in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Asher was funny, intelligent, charming and incredibly sociable. Asher’s passion and
Eighteen Yeshiva University tennis players, including 10 from the men’s team and eight from the women’s team were recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as ITA scholar-athletes for having a cumulative 3.5 grade point average or higher during the 2013-14 academic year. Furthermore, both teams were recognized by the ITA as all academic
Season three of MGBL High School has been an exhibition of lethal shooting, tenacious defense, and acrobatic drives to the basket. Last Monday night’s championship game put an exclamation point on the season with stellar play we have come to expect from MGBL as the Five Star Caterers team topped the Sharp Shooters 61-54.
During the regular season,