The JEC varsity Thunder won it fifth consecutive yeshiva league Game, as it improved its record to 5-7 in the West division, with a win over Kushner 67-60.
The Thunder needs to win out and finish 7-7 and hope that Kushner can beat Ramaz on February 7, in order to get into the playoffs. With this loss,
On Saturday night, fans filed into the TABC Weather Center for a doubleheader featuring TABC’s junior varsity and varsity hockey teams against the Kushner Cobras. With just one loss for the JV Storm, they hoped to earn the opportunity to play for first place against Frisch in the last game of the regular season. However,
This past Monday, February 5, the SAR Sting boys varsity hockey team defeated their Ramaz counterparts 6-0 in their final regular season bout. The last regular season home game for many of the Sting’s senior core ended victoriously, led by the shutdown goaltending of junior Henri Kolb. The Sting went up to a quick 3-0 lead after
Coming off their first place clinching game, the undefeated SAR Sting varsity girls basketball team took the court against the Bruriah Lightning around 8 p.m., after the JV game. Being 10-0, the ladies stepped onto the court confidently, ready to win. The first quarter was relatively low scoring, and the game stayed close throughout,
The MYHSAL hockey and basketball leagues are returning from winter break and both JV and varsity are gearing up for 10 days of high-intensity action to close out the 2017-2018 regular season. As one would expect, despite how close we are to the post-season, there is still much up in the air as it relates to the JV and varsity West. Here is a comprehensive look at what
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 13 year old Avishai Jutkowitz as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey seventh grader is tearing up the yeshiva league as the RYNJ Jaguars’ top scorer.
As we turn the corner from January into February and begin to look forward to the warmer months, the question frequently comes up, “What spring sport should I sign my child up for?”
So, now is a good time for all of us to take a half a second to pause and focus on the why before the what.
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize ten year old Eric Sorkin as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Ben Porat Yosef fifth grader trains in taekwondo at Chon Ji Academy on Cedar Lane and has been a student there for nearly two years. He is currently studying for his purple belt
(Courtesy of NSN) Top Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal and NSN (The Nachum Segal Network) will present its fifth annual “Kosher Halftime Show” on Sunday, February 4, to coincide with America’s big game. The