Motzei Shabbos April 26th marked the end of a long journey for the boys of the 7th and 8th grade MGBL. After many hours of practices and games, the packed gym at Ben Porat Yosef was treated to a game worthy of all the buildup.
Team Confie Seguros, led by Eitans, Warburg, and Pfeifer were lethal in the open court from
Sunday, April 27th, was a busy and exciting day for the second grade boys of MGBL. The day started at 9 a.m. with four teams playing for the title of league champs.
In two exciting semi-final games, Koby Wolk, Eytan Kirschenbaum and the Bnei Yeshurin Boys lost to Meridian Capital Group. Shay Fields, the twin towers of Lopkin, and team
Newburgh, NY—April 27, 2014, is now a date marked in history for Yeshiva University’s athletics department. On this date, the men’s tennis team became the first program in the history of the college to earn the right to represent the school in an NCAA tournament. The team earned the berth after the Maccabees beat Mount Saint Mary’s
On April 6th, at the Jersey Shore, Moriah finished its season with a perfect record, 8-0, by defeating the flaming Hillel Heat, 58-38.
From day one of the season, Moriah hoped to accomplish its goal of being undefeated. Now Moriah has a new goal, bringing home the title.
Moriah was led by Gaby Katz’s second double double of the season, with
Sunday, May 4th, the new TABC will be the site of the first annual Esther Semmelman Memorial All- Star Hockey games. The games are in memory of Esther Semmelman, a devoted wife and the mother of Alyssa (Frisch 9th grade) and David (TABC 12th grade) Semmelman.
Esther Holzer Semmelman, z”l, grew up in Monsey, New York.
The Jewish Link of Bergen County knows that we have many terrifi c athletes in our midst and all deserve special mention. We invite you to send us pictures of your athlete on the fi eld/ court/track with a brief blurb to [email protected] Each week we will select one athlete to feature and crown “sports star of the week.”
Recent polls show that Israeli women earn 25% less than their male counterparts. The situation is not much better in the United States, where working women earn just 77¢ for every dollar men earn. This unjust reality translates into short- and long-term economic consequences for the female members of the workforce, including less money to meet their everyday
New York—Yeshiva University has announced Elliot Steinmetz as its head men’s basketball coach. Steinmetz, a 2002 graduate of YU’s Sy Syms School of Business who lettered on YU’s basketball team for three seasons from 1999-2002, will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the men’s basketball program while ensuring the academic success of its
Ma’ayanot’s second game of the season ended with a victory against Frisch.
Coaches Yoni Lieber and Kayla Applebaum summed the game up as follows: “We were down 3-2 in the bottom of the 6th, when three straight singles by Noa Applebaum, Ally Margulies, and Racheli Zirman loaded the bases. With Tamar Nissel pinch running for Ally, Micayla Rosenbaum