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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Sports

Jump Into Shape Offers Streamed Workouts

Jump Into Shape ( www.jumpintoshape.fun ) now has live streaming classes. Participants can workout nine times a week from anywhere. Classes are either 10 minutes or 45 minutes. Some use jump ropes and others are bodyweight only workouts—no equipment needed.

YMSSA Basketball Playoff Preview

As we head to the winter break, it is a great opportunity to recap the regular season that is almost complete and look forward to the exciting Yeshiva Middle School Sports Association (YMSSA) postseason that awaits. During the fall, YMSSA offers local yeshivot the option of participating in the eighth grade boys only, seventh grade boys

MDY Wins Satran Basketball Tournament

The MDY Warriors were heading into the Satran Tournament having lost their last game vs. the HAFTR Hawks and were looking to turn things around. They faced a familiar foe in the Hillel Heat in the opening match up of the tournament. The game was very slow-paced but the Warriors’ defense held its own and was the catalyst for the

Ramaz Rams Win Tier 2 Satran Basketball Tournament

Coming off a two-week layoff, the Ramaz Rams headed to the Scott Satran Memorial Tournament at HAFTR last weekend. They left with a well-earned Tier 2 championship trophy.

Ramaz played in the opening game of the entire tournament against the gritty Shaarei Torah Stars. After a back and forth

SAR Hockey Tops Hillel 10-1

SAR faced Hillel hockey, defeating them by a score of 10-1. Though Hillel stuck around early on, keeping the score 2-0 after the first period, SAR soon pulled away. Josh Hyman scored the first two goals of his career, Yamin Semer and Adam Freilich each netted two of their own and Adam Nayowitz, Yonah Fenster, Josh Cohen and Zevi Mehl put in

RYNJ Hosts Exciting Three on Three Alumni Bball Tournament

(Courtesy of RYNJ) RYNJ held its first annual alumni three on three basketball tournament this past Sunday at the RYNJ Felman Athletic Center. After food and warm-ups, the participants and spectators listened to a dvar Torah by Head of School Rabbi Daniel Price which highlighted the importance of exercise and physical

Judah Volodarsky Named State League Player of the Week

Frisch hockey defenseman Judah Volodarsky was named NJIHL Player of the Week. In the past three games he has scored seven goals and five assists including two hat tricks against Bayonne and Kearny. Volodarsky, a sophomore, is currently tied with senior Jack Margolius for the team lead with 19 points.

TABC JV Basketball Storms Past IDEA School in Home Finale

The TABC JV basketball team hosted The IDEA School on Monday night in the first ever match-up between the two schools. This was the Storm’s final home game of the regular season and they wanted to win in convincing fashion and send the fans home happy after a brutal loss last time out against MTA. They did not disappoint. The Storm shut

The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Hodaya Ciner

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 9-year-old Hodaya Ciner as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The third grader at Yeshivat Noam was a key contributor for the MGBL 3/4 championship team, The Rothenberg Law Firm. Coach Fleischman told the JLNJ, “Hodaya is a fierce competitor

Kushner Wrestler Captures First at Randolph Tournament

Kushner Academy competed at the annual Randolph Wrestling Tournament this past weekend. The Cobras had a strong showing with champion, Joey Dresdner and finalist, Jacob Elstein. Other wrestlers who performed great and picked up a few wins this past weekend include: Ilan Cohen, Max Yarkony and Arnie Ginsberg. The team is looking

Seplowitz Leads TABC JV Hockey Over Wildcats

The TABC Storm JV hockey team welcomed the undefeated DRS Wildcats into town on Sunday for a pivotal weekend clash. The Wildcats were out to seek revenge after being knocked out by the Storm last year in the semifinals, while the Storm was looking to make a statement after blowing a two-goal lead in the third period and settling

Ultra Marathon: Part 8

I woke up before my alarm. For anyone who has ever woken minutes before their alarm, you understand. Part of me knew I had to get up and part of me just wanted to lay there in the predawn hours.

(The calm before the storm?)

What if I was wrong and I