On a Sunday that saw 10 periods of hockey played, the Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Athletic League crowned its 2019 JV and varsity hockey champions. Lawrence Middle School on Long Island, once again, became the focal point of the yeshiva sports world as, for the first time since 2016, four different schools competed to bring
This season’s MYHSAL girls volleyball championships featured a doubleheader of Ma’ayanot vs. Frisch. Both the junior varsity and varsity finalists were the Rapids and Cougars, respectively. So the two schools met on neutral ground (SAR High School in Riverdale) in front of an overflow crowd in the hundreds for a night
The RYNJ Jaguars completed a perfect undefeated season defeating the Kushner Cobras 3-0 at a packed TABC gym. The Jaguars defended the title they won almost exactly one year ago. Both teams received great support from their family, students, administration and alumni.
After a scoreless first
JEC is excited to introduce two new amazing head coaches for the upcoming spring season. This year, the JEC baseball Thunder will be coached by Jonathan Gardner. Originally from East Brunswick, Gardner learned in Yeshivat Torat Shraga and majored in biology in Yeshiva University. A three year veteran pitcher (and captain)
The TABC Storm JV basketball team is headed back to the championship for the third year in a row! The Storm avenged an earlier regular season loss to SAR and knocked the Sting off 53-34 to advance to the championship game at YU this Sunday against Magen David. The Storm’s trademark full court press has continued to give their
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Shea Cornick as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy (RTMA/JEC High School) senior served as the RTMA Thunder varsity hockey team’s assistant captain this past season and was one of the driving forces
Last March, the Frisch varsity hockey team left Lawrence Middle School disappointed after a miraculous playoff run. The team finished the regular season 9-4-1 placing them at the fourth seed in the Western Conference. On their path to the championship, Frisch had upset both the Eastern conference first seed DRS Wildcats in the
(Courtesy of Project R.S.P.C.T.) From 12-2 on Sunday March 3, Yeshivat Frisch will host the inaugural event for Project R.S.P.C.T. (Recreational Sports Promoting Cultural Tolerance), a sports based program focused on building cultural bridges
(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) Jump Into Shape, one of Bergen County’s men’s fitness programs, has started its first father-son beginner classes in Bergenfield. The class takes place on Sundays, from February 24 to March 31, at Congregation Beth Abraham at 7:00 p.m.
The six-session beginner