Sunday, December 08, 2019


JEC JV Hockey Completes Comeback vs. Ramaz for First Win of Season

JEC went down 2-0, four minutes into the game and had to climb their way back the rest of the time. At the start of the second period, Ben Stern, sophomore, netted one goal to start up the comeback giving JEC massive momentum but then went scoreless the rest of the period. JEC started the third period with 14 seconds left on a

SAR Beats TABC Hockey

In a wild affair, SAR stunned TABC in the Bronx by a score of 6-5. Flurries of goals defined the first two periods. SAR scored the opening goal of the game, but the first period ended 2-2 after a hectic sequence in which three goals were scored in less than a minute. TABC controlled much of the second period to take a 4-3

SAR Girls Place Second in Glouberman Tournament

Last week the SAR Sting were given an amazing opportunity to attend the fifth annual Steve Glouberman Memorial Basketball Tournament held at the Shalhevet High School in Los Angeles. Ten boys teams and 10 girls teams were in attendance, with SAR, Frisch, HAFTR, Ramaz and Ma’ayanot representing the Metropolitan

Frisch Cougars Win Glouberman Tournament in LA

The Frisch Cougars traveled to Los Angeles looking to start their season with a strong showing at the annual Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament. With high hopes for the upcoming season and coming off a disappointing quarter-final tourney exit last year against Shalhevet, Frisch was highly motivated. The

MTA Varsity Lions Continue Winning Ways

This past Monday evening, the MTA varsity Lions basketball team faced off against the Flatbush Falcons. The Lions were looking for their first home win of the season, while the Falcons were looking for their first victory. This was a definite must-win game for both teams.

In the first quarter, the

Ultra Marathon: Part 2

Since 2015, the New York City Marathon has signaled the end of my race season.

This year, it was the warm up race.

(Wait, what about the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot?)

That’s a five miler in Prospect Park, where I

Ma’ayanot Varsity Basketball Drowns Heschel

The Ma’ayanot Rapids had another amazing game against Heschel on Sunday as won again with an incredible score of 63-40. Shoutout to Tali Klein for having a total of 13 points and to Kira Tepler for her awesome offense! Go Rapids!

By Ayelet Fischer


Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar Of the Week: Jacklyn Weber

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 9-year-old Jacklyn Weber as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The fourth grader at The Moriah School capped of the first week of the MGBL girls season with an overtime shot that sealed the victory for team Triumph Hotels with only a few seconds left in

Ultra Marathon: Part 1

Last year, I ran two marathons, seven days apart. So this year, I decided to run a marathon and an ultra marathon...two weeks apart.

I mean, what could go wrong?

(Ok there, Hercules, what is an ultra marathon?)

Frisch Varsity Hockey Tops Kushner 4-2

On Monday night, November 11, the Frisch Cougars faced off against the Kushner Cobras. Both teams came into the game undefeated, but Kushner was just coming off a big win against TABC. Both teams started off the game trading chances but it was Frisch who broke the deadlock with 8:30 remaining in the first as Elliot Eisner scored to

JEC Opens Season With Exciting 41-38 Win Over Kushner

On Saturday night, November 9, the JEC Thunder met the Kushner Cobras in the season opener for the Thunder. Kushner had played Ramaz twice and took TABC to overtime to carry an 0-3 record and was looking for its first YL win. JEC in preseason play was 2-1, and had yet to play a Yeshiva League game.


MTA Varsity Lions Secure First Win of Season

The MTA varsity basketball Lions and the JEC Thunder have been well known Yeshiva League rivalry for many seasons. Last season when the opponents faced each other, the Thunder successfully came back from a 16 point first half deficit and secured the victory.

While many of MTA’s players this