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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Sports

TBO to Hold Special Opening Day Event

The Teaneck Baseball Organization is excited to host a special opening day event on our newly renovated baseball diamond, “New Field,” in Votee Park. The event will take place this Sunday April 15 at 10 a.m. We will highlight the township officials and professionals that were responsible for the outstanding field renovation

RKYHS Student-Led Battle of the Bands Draws Hundreds of Attendees

This past Thursday was the eighth annual Battle of the Bands hosted at RKYHS. The entirely student-run event featured bands from RKYHS and from many other yeshivot in the tri-state area. The event was a fundraiser for Save a Child’s Heart, an organization that provides pediatric cardiac care for children in

MVP 2018 10th Annual Boys All Star Day Is Smashing Success

On Sunday, March 25, MVP basketball hosted its 10th annual boys All Star Day at SAR High School. The daylong program featured over 175 players, selected by their respective coaches, playing in five games throughout the fun-filled day: sixth, seventh and eighth grades, high school junior varsity and

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Hannah Friedman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 13 year old Hannah Friedman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat Noam eighth grader just completed an undefeated three years as a member of the Noam Knights basketball team, most recently winning her third consecutive championship.

He’Atid Hurricanes Make History With First Wins

The He’Atid Hurricanes made history with their very first victories for both their boys and girls teams in the last week. The girls team achieved their first win against the Hillel Heat with an intense game on Sunday. It was a hard fought game, but ultimately, the Hurricanes were victorious with a 25-16 score. The boys

Yehuda Katz of the TABC Jr. League Hurricanes proudly displaying his championship trophy and new Haggadah after his team’s win on Monday night.

#HustleHeartSports Wins 7/8 MGBL Championships

The last game of MGBL Championship Sunday capped a great season nine for the boys. #HustleHeartSports defeated EW Berger 52-50 in buzzer beater fashion, apropos for March Madness.

EW Berger came out very strong and took an early 21-10 lead after the first, with balanced scoring from eight different

Team Nina Eizikovitz Links Residential Is 5/6 MGBL Champion

In this year of madness upsets, the fifth/sixth grade championship came down to the top two teams from the regular season. The Jawbreakers were the favorites going in with an undefeated season so far, while Nina Eizikovitz Links Residential had only one loss on the season, when these two team met a month

Bruriah Defies Odds and Repeats as Volleyball Champions

It’s a rare occurrence for a sports team to make one appearance in a championship game and even rarer for the same team to earn a spot in the championships two years in a row. Bruriah’s volleyball B-league team defied those odds and took home the championship trophy for a second straight year.

Frisch Varsity Lady Cougars Are League Champions

In last week’s championship matchup between the Bruriah Lightening and the Frisch Cougars both teams came out strong and determined to take home the championship trophy. The Bruriah Lightening came out strong with senior Gabi Goldberg sinking a 3 point shot to start the game. Junior Gabrielle Thurm posed a threat early grabbing

MVP Girls Camp Jumps to Five Days

MVP Girls Camp, the premier Jewish Orthodox basketball camp for girls, under the direction of Irv Bader and Judah and Carol Rhine, is located at beautiful Camp Seneca Lake. Brand new for 2018 we are excited to announce that we have extended the girls basketball and tennis program to five days. MVP Girls Basketball Camp is open to

SAR JV Lady Sting Are Repeat Champions

The SAR girls JV basketball team, the defending champions, began their season on a 4-0 run. On Tuesday, November 28, one of the most important games of their season approached—the game against Frisch. SAR and Frisch were fighting neck and neck until the fourth quarter, when SAR went into the fourth up five. Frisch in the fourth