This week’s spotlight game takes us to the back gym at Yeshivat Ben Porat Yosef, team Malka Abrahams-Links Residential vs. Congregation Ahavath Torah. Malka Abrahams-Links Residential’s Jonah Lerer set the pace early in the game, in the first half it was his dishing that overshadowed his
Noah Petak scored five times, including a first period hat trick, and added an assist to pace Frisch to an 8-3 win over Dayton in the semifinals of the McMullen Cup Championship at Mackay Park in Englewood on Sunday night.
Frisch jumped out to a 4-0 lead before letting up a
(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team grinded out a Skyline Conference victory over the United States Merchant Marine Academy, 75-72, at Liebertz Gymnasium on Sunday afternoon. The first-place Maccabees (17-5, 15-2 Skyline) extend their program-record winning streak to 16 games and reduce the magic number to clinch the
This past Thursday evening, RYNJ Jaguars girls basketball hosted Yeshiva of Central Queens in what was their final regular season home game before the playoffs. Before the game a presentation was held to honor the parents of each of the RYNJ girls basketball student-athletes. Coach Shaina Stiefel started it off with a speech
The Ma’ayanot Rapids volleyball team ended their season with a win over the Ramaz Rams in Teaneck on January 31. This win clinched their Western Conference title, with a regular season record of 9-1.
The Rapids were in control throughout the match, winning in three straight sets: 21-5, 21-7
The JKHA middle school boys hockey team defeated Moriah, Monday night, 3 to 1 to advance to the championship game of the YMSSA league. After a near perfect-record all season with only one loss, the JKHA middle school team won the first round playoff game over MDS before heading into the semi-final game against Moriah this week.
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize East Brunswick’s own Gabrielle Thurm as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The senior at the Bruriah High School is a two sport athlete: a star goalie on the Bruriah soccer team and captain of the 6-6 basketball team. Bruriah’s Athletic Director Susan
Going into the last game of the season undefeated, the SAR HS varsity girls basketball team understood that it was imperative to come out strong against Heschel. As this was the last game of the season, it would set the tone for intense playoff match ups to come. And come out strong they did! With dominant performances from senior
February 2, was a night to remember for the MTA varsity Lions basketball team and their fans. As the final home game for both the seniors and Coach Wiesel, the night began with a ceremony honoring the seniors for their devotion to their coaches and teammates over the past two seasons, followed by a well-deserved thank you to Coach