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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Sports

Fear the Lions (MTA JV Basketball Report)

MTA is a school with a storied basketball legacy, but experienced a few bumps in the road last season. Under the leadership of head coach Yosef Weinberger and assistant coach Meir Simcha Stromer, MTA has high hopes for the 2014-2015 season.

The Lions bolstered their roster with freshmen Chaim Weinstein,

SAR JV Boys Basketball Exhibition Win

SAR JV Boys Basketball defeated Flatbush, 44-41, in their preseason exhibition opener. Despite being down by 12 in the 3rd, SAR came back against the defending league finalists. Dovie Marcus led the charge with 10 points and six blocks and Amichai Feit came off the bench to score 8. Daniel Wisotsky hit a 3-pointer well beyond the arc with

With Israeli Basketball Legends in Brooklyn, Friends of the IDF Pays Tribute To Wounded Soldiers

Oct. 8, Brooklyn – Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), Maccabi USA, Maccabi World Union, and Maccabi Tel-Aviv hosted a VIP reception Monday before the Brooklyn Nets took on the Israeli and European hoops champions Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the Nets’ first pre-season game. The VIP reception paid special tribute to Israeli soldiers

Israel Premier League to Begin Play in 2015

The Israel Premier Lacrosse League (IPLL) will officially kick off its inaugural season in the summer of 2015, with four to six men’s teams competing in major cities across the Jewish State.

The league will be comprised of primarily collegiate players with NCAA eligibility remaining, and visiting

SPORTS SCENES

Teaneck 10U Walks Off In a Thriller

Eli Rothenberg drove in Noam Kornwasser in the bottom of the 6th with a fielder’s choice ground ball to third, sparking Teaneck to a thrilling 7-6 victory over the Jefferson Lightning. Those fans who braved the elements and the late hour were treated to an exciting game featuring strong defense, aggressive base-running, and solid

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Elad Shushan

The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 7-year-old Elad Shushan of the Teaneck Storm as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week.

Last Wednesday night the Teaneck Storm topped team Sportfriends in Wayne. The Storm showcased superb

Englewood Raiders vs. Englewood Warriors

On Sunday night, the Englewood Raiders squared off against the Englewood Warriors. Although the game was a scrimmage, both teams consisted of high school baseball players trying to improve for the spring season. From the start, both teams were ready for a hard-fought game.

Both teams started off

CMEK Erev Yom Kippur Camp

It’s Erev Yom Tov, where were your children today? Are they having a great time?

The BPY boys had a blast at CMEK camp at BPY. The day was fun-filled with basketball skill development, a full-court game, and special CMEK activities including: dodgeball, capture the flag football, and a water

Youth Instructional Hockey Program Is Coming To Town

Instructional hockey is finally here. Hockey is one of the fastest growing sports in the Bergen County area. Whether on the recreational level or the high school level, more kids are gravitating towards this fast-paced and exciting sport. Bergen County is lucky to have several league options, whether it be ice hockey or floor hockey. While

Teaneck’s Rafi Friedman Scores as YU Men’s Soccer Roars Past King’s College

The Yeshiva men’s soccer team netted four first-half goals to set the tempo as the Maccabees coasted to a 5-0 victory over King’s College at Fairleigh Dickinson University on Wednesday evening.

The host Maccabees took control of the game from the outset, breaking a scoreless tie just 2:05

Jon Rubenstein Named New Coach of Yeshiva University Tennis

Yeshiva University Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Jon Rubinstein as head men’s tennis coach. Rubinstein inherits a program that made uUniversity history last spring when it became the first Yeshiva UniversiAty athletics program to earn an automatic qualifier into an NCAA Division III championship.