The Emunah-sponsored Rubenstein Tournament, the premier JV basketball tournament of the year, took place this past week. The tournament was conceived in memory of Rabbi Jacob and Deborah Rubenstein who were tragically killed in a fire in their home seven years ago. The rabbi and his wife, among their many charitable endeavors, had led a mission to Israel with
In the game for third place in Tier I, two powerhouses from opposite sides of the country faced off. The #5 TABC Storm hailing from Teaneck, New Jersey had beaten the Fasman Yeshiva and the Weinbaum Storm, but lost to the North Shore Hebrew Academy Stars in the semis. YULA had beaten Kohelet and Frisch, but lost to the HAFTR Hawks
The 2014 fall season of the Bergen County AIFLAG football league came to an exhilarating end this past Sunday in Overpeck Park with champions crowned in each division. The division champs were as follows:
K-1st grade: JETS
2-3rd grade: BRONCOS
Bruriah basketball A and B teams had a rocky midweek, but the Lightning ended the week on a high note with a home win against Kushner Saturday night. Both Lightning teams took to the road, A at SAR looking to even the score for its loss in OT the previous week, and B to its inter-state rival SKA.
The Bruriah Lightning A Varsity volleyball team (0-4) is off to a slow start this season. In recent Led by seniors Talia Schiff (Teaneck) and Frayda Glucksman (Clifton), the Lightning team showed valiant effort on the road at Ma’ayanot and as host to Frisch.
The spirit on the Lightning bus carried
In an overtime thriller, SAR edged Frisch by a score of 3-2. Frisch scored the first goal minutes into the 1st period, but Azi Lavi responded with a goal of his own to tie it up. Early in the 2nd period, Jacob Ungar scored a power play goal to give SAR a 2-1 lead. Frisch responded with a fluke goal with 8:10 remaining
The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 6-year-old Avi and 5-year-old Josh Winslow as co-sportstars of the week. The Winslow brothers were standout players on the AIFL Flag football Seahawks team. In a league of kindergarten and 1st graders, team Seahawks were at a disadvantage
The Moriah 7th grade boys’ basketball team won its season opener versus RYNJ, 47-35, on Monday night, November 17th. Coming off of a big win against Solomon Schechter of Bergen County, RYNJ put up a strong fight against the YMSSA defending champs.
The game got off to a very slow start with the
On Sunday, November 16th, the Yeshiva University Men’s Basketball Maccabees started the 2014-15 season at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. If you are not up for the drive to our nation’s capital, most games are available via live video on the Maccabee’s website, yumacs.com.
Two weeks ago, the MTA Varsity Lions basketball team pulled off a great team win against Ramaz. Led by great big-man play by Josh Blumenthal and Ilan Steinmetz, who combined for 30 points, along with stellar defense from Gabi Bean and a couple of clutch threes from Willy Kluger, the Lions got their first victory of the season, 51-49, in
As a cap to an unbelievable season, the 12U fall team has won their first championship after going undefeated for the entire season. Some games were closer than others and because of a beautiful fall season only one game had been rained out.
After going 7-0 in the regular season the 12U boys