The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Yaffa, Shoshana and Daniella Lofstock as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstars of the Week. The Lofstock girls attend Yavneh Academy and have been playing ice hockey since the age of 4. Yaffa, 10.5, is in the 5th grade; Shoshana, 8.5, is in
Boys Varsity Basketball Standings
Third Grader Knows When to Get Off The Field
Did you dream of being a musical sensation when you were a child? Or a ballerina? Or a professional athlete?
Binyamin Wenger of Bergenfield loves football and says, “I wish one day I could be in the NFL.” The third grader who attends RYNJ is not sitting and waiting for his football dreams to
Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Noa Berkowitz
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 13-year-old Noa Berkowitz as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Noa, pulled a Willis Reed last week. She surprised all the fans in the BPY gym when she walked out on the court in the MGBL 678 girl’s championship game. Noa suffered a serious injury
Stingrays Win Tournament
Last weekend, the Soccer Coliseum at the Teaneck Armory held its U13 tournament in which 12 teams from various parts of New Jersey and New York participated. Among these 12 teams, there were three teams representing Teaneck: the FC Teaneck U13 Thunder and the U12 and U13 Stingrays teams.
RKYHS Wrestling Rebuilding After a Record Breaking 2014
The Kushner Wrestling season is underway, with the team holding a 3-2 record after a shaky 0-2 start. This year’s team is in transition, with five of the 2014 team’s Top Five National place winners having graduated in the spring. Coach Dave Cilio has the team working hard to prepare for the Wittenberg Yeshiva National
Bruriah Basketball Report
The Bruriah Lightning took games from Ma’ayanot and Frisch in a span of three days to head into the Chanukah break at 7-2.
Ma’ayanot scored the first eight points on its home court before Nikki Bick put Bruriah on the board to break the drought. With the score 10-2, Maayanot’s starting point guard
Yeshiva University Basketball Beats Defending Skyline Champions
For the second time this week, the Yeshiva University men’s basketball team beat the defending Skyline Conference champions as the Maccabees knocked off Purchase College 69-54 in a Skyline Conference showdown at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Sunday afternoon. The win improves the Maccabees to 6-1 in Skyline Conference play and 8-3
The Evolution of the RKYHS Girls Volleyball Team
For years, the Kushner girls varsity volleyball team was ridiculed for its poor play. During seasons 2011 and 2012, the team played simply because it existed. The coach held few practices and the games brought out fewer fans than number of players on the team. The girls were not happy and wanted more. They did not want to just play
Sting JV Tops Cougars
The Sting’s JV Boys Basketball team recently beat Frisch, 55-52, in overtime. The game saw many lead changes with both teams refusing to give up. SAR was led by Dovie Marcus’s 23 points and Daniel Wisotsky’s 10. Oshi Bloom and Sam Meyers each chipped in 7 points and the