The MYHSAL yeshiva girls hockey championship was played on Monday night, June 11, at the Frisch School, between the undefeated defending champion Kushner Cobras, and the 7-1 second-place Heschel Heat, whose only loss came early in the season at the hands of the Cobras, 2-0.
MTA’s sports management club ended the year on a high note with a special guest appearance from Chris Smith, former NBA player and younger brother of JR Smith. As a new Israeli citizen and current player in the Israel Basketball League, Chris discussed his NBA career and recent conversion to Judaism. Thanks to
As part of its Teen Shabbos of Inspiration, Congregation Ohr Torah of Edison hosted Zach Rosen, former Ivy League basketball player of the year, for a meaningful Shabbat, including a Friday afternoon basketball clinic, Friday night oneg and more. The girls enjoyed world-renowned speaker and educator Jackie Bitton, who also gave a
SAR girls varsity softball started out their season strong, opening with two wins and going on to finish their season only 3-5 (fourth place). They made it to the playoffs and faced first place SKA, winning 11-2 and finding their groove. SAR caught their stride and went on to beat one of the toughest teams in the league—the
Sunday evening at Yogi Berra Stadium in Little Falls, New Jersey, featured a rematch of last year’s MYHSAL baseball championship game between the Frisch Cougars and the Kushner Cobras. The Cougars’ road to the home of the New Jersey Jackals was one that was improbable and, some thought, even impossible. After
From the moment the doors opened at 8:30 a.m. for player check in, until the end of the second evening gourmet banquet more than 14 hours later, it was a day of intense competition and family fun at Our Place’s second annual Yeshiva League Legends basketball tournament.
An epic battle that brought out the best of bats and gloves from middle girls on both teams, ended in a thrilling 13-12 victory for Lakeland Bank over Stefanie Diamond Photography. The two top-ranked teams in the fourth-sixth grade girls division were evenly matched and
Congratulations to the almost 50 boys and girls of Runnergize who finished their 5k and 10k races last week. The boys and girls both completed their independent training to reach between three to six miles in only eight weeks. The kids were glowing with pride and a tremendous feelings of accomplishment as they
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11 year old Gavi Greenspan as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat He’atid, fifth grader is having a terrific season for his TBO team. In a recent game he pitched a complete game shutout and collected multiple hits as his team cruised
FDU Division 1 basketball coach Greg Herenda, will again be offering his highly successful Basketball Camp and Hoop School June 25-28, on the campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in the Rothman Center in Teaneck/Hackensack campus for boys and girls, ages 8-16. The FDU men’s team missed making the NCAA tournament this year, by one
Monday night was the much anticipated first game of the high school semi-finals as the Jewish Link of New Jersey team faced team Tree Point Play in a match up of two of the most potent offenses in the league. Tree Point fed big man Ariel Rivkin early and often as he scored the game’s first six points.