jlink
Thursday, March 21, 2019

Sports

MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game takes us back to Ma’ayanot High School for Dr Arnold Schoen MD vs. Prime Ortho Rehab. The two teams entered the game writing two very different tales. Dr Arnold Schoen MD started the season at a promising 3-1, but have had a hard time recovering from the loss of leading

Yeshiva University Basketball Falls to Farmingdale State in Skyline Championship Game

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team advanced to its second straight Skyline Conference championship game, after defeating No. 3 the College at Old Westbury by a score of 103-70 in the conference semi-final at the Max Stern Athletic Center, last Friday afternoon.

Sting Boys Varsity Basketball Advances

On Feb 21, SAR High School defeated JEC at The Hive, 58-52, behind 20 points from Leo Heller. SAR started the game ahead and never looked back coming out of the gates playing with fire and energy. SAR did not trailed once the whole game and ultimately came out victorious.

The Sting advances to

Thunder 9 Debuts With a Bang

Thunder 9 had a remarkable inaugural season in the Hoop Heaven basketball league. Thunder 9 is a collection of ninth graders from the local Jewish high schools including SAR, Frisch and The Idea School. Despite playing together for the first time, they won the Hoop Heaven High School JV division championship. After a 6-1 regular

Kushner Boys JV Hockey Reaches the Finals

The semifinal game between the Kushner Cobras and the North Shore Stars was a game people will remember for a long time. At the beginning of the game, Kushner had a lot of pressure resulting in a goal by Cobras alternate captain Jason Singer. The Stars battled back and tied the game with a goal by Charles Greszes. The game went

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Yehuda Farkas

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize Yeshivat Frisch senior Yehuda Farkas as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Farkas has led the Frisch wrestling team in some capacity since his freshman year but has been a true leader this year. He capped his high school wrestling career by winning Most

SAR JV Boys Basketball Team Defeats DRS

The SAR JV boys basketball team defeated DRS on Sunday, 47-39, in the quarterfinal matchup. SAR next plays TABC this Monday night, with the semifinal game played at The Hive. Against DRS, SAR had plenty of balanced scoring, with Shalom Hazan leading the charge with 12 points, Ely Neuwirth and Charlie Eden each contributing nine, Netanel

Kiddush Hashem on Ice

A last minute Friday afternoon call to Rabbi Avremel Vogel, of the Chabad at the University of Delaware, announcing unexpected Shabbos guests, is nothing out of the ordinary. Growing up just off of I-95 in Wilmington, Delaware—and now operating a chabad house at the University of

MGBL Minute

This week’s spotlight game takes us to the Ma’ayanot High School for the first game of the Presidents Day weekend. Knoll Orthodontics vs. The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP Injury Lawyer.com. Knoll Orthodontics jumped out to an early first quarter lead with solid post play from big man Simon Kalish, dropping

Another Ironman: Part II

For the last five years, I have not been able to get completely comfortable on my bike.

(Did you break your bike?)

In 2014, I broke my arm when a car clipped my bike tire.

(So, actually the ground broke

Midot Is the Theme of Wittenberg Tournament

In an exciting face-off, the three-time champion SAR Sting and the returning champion Kushner Cobras both emerged victorious as they tied for first place at the 24th annual Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament. Over 140 wrestlers from 12 yeshiva high schools across the country

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Paige Ratner

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 14-year-old Paige Ratner as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The eighth grader at Yavneh Academy loves basketball and is a star on the Yavneh Academy RedHawks. Ratner also set a MGBL record this past, becoming the only player to play in three consecutive