With Winter Break behind us, there is less than a month till the beginning of the 2014-2015 MYHSHL Playoffs. Despite the proximity to the post-season, there is still much up in the air as relates to the JV and Varsity West. Here is a comprehensive look at what can happen for each team still in the hunt for the
The Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School wrestling team racked up three straight wins last week defeating Morris Catholic, Hudson Catholic, and YDH. Coach Cilio believes the underclassmen and lesser experienced wrestlers are starting to step up and show noticeable improvement in their wrestling. Their hard work is paying dividends as
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 17-year-old Nikki Bick as Sportstar of the week. The 17-year-old Bruriah senior is leading her basketball team to first place.
When asked to describe Nikki, Bruriah Coach Susan Rifkin told the JLNJ, “From the moment Nikki stepped on the court as a freshman at Bruriah, it
Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School has joined the few yeshiva high schools which boast a swim team, and is the only school to have a boys’ division. The girls’ team was the brainchild of Rachel Luxenberg, current RKYHS junior, and was in its infancy during the 2013-2014 school year. This year, the school has hired coaches for both the
Last week the SAR boys’ varsity basketball team defeated the Ramaz Rams on the road, 60-42. In desperate need of a win to stay in the playoff hunt, everyone showed up to play and played hard from start to finish. Rafi Kubersky led the team with 12 points, Andrew Pitkoff had 11, and Simon Kofman came off the bench and scored 8. On both
The JV Boys Basketball team beat Heschel, 60-44, raising its record to 7-1. Led by Daniel Wisotsky’s 22 points and Dovie Marcus’ 11, the Sting were up 5 at the half and went on a 21-9 run in the third to extend the lead. SAR rotated zone, box and one, and man-to-man defense and Adam Duitz and Hank Stein were particularly star-worthy on
Jewish Hoops America presents a weekly “Top 25” poll; the voters’ take on the best Jewish boys’ high school basketball teams among the nearly 80 across the U.S. and Canada that it tracks.
Comparing teams who never play each other and have few common opponents is not a simple task. And
The Frisch Cougars and TABC Storm met in a Junior Varsity and Varsity Basketball Doubleheader in Frisch last Tuesday night. For the JV teams this would be the first of two meetings down the home-stretch of the regular season. For the varsity squads, this would be the only meeting between the two in a game that marked their first
Bergenfield--The only Shomer Shabbos member of the Bergenfield wrestling team, 10-year-old Z.J. Karasik (an RYNJ student), says wrestling is, “Perfect for an active boy.”
Dr. Bradley Karasik, Z.J.’s dad, says his son knew going in that missing matches was part of the deal. “There was no
Ice hockey has officially entered the yeshiva high school world. Frisch broke the barrier and successfully started a program that is here to stay. The team is led by Frisch parents and hockey enthusiasts, Ralph Abecassis, Yossi Schenker, Michael Fientuch, and David Frielich.
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