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Sunday, December 08, 2019

Sports

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Kaila Zimnavoda

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Kaila Zimnavoda as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The senior at the Salanter Akiba School in Riverdale (SAR) finished first place in a cross country 5k earlier this month with a remarkable time of 24:37.

Yeshiva League Pass’ MYHSAL Western Conference Basketball Preview

Last season, MYHSAL varsity basketball was action packed: the ankle breaking crossovers by Judah Oppenheimer, phenomenal passing of Moshe Heller or even the season ending championship winning and-one by Ricky Sutton, it’s safe to say the fans were entertained. This season promises to be even more exciting with many returning

Magen David Three-Peats at MDY Preseason Tournament

Eleven elite teams, three thrilling days and the stage was set for an epic duel as the MDY Warriors faced off against the Hillel Heat in the finals at the annual Magen David Pre-Season Tournament. Both teams had plenty of momentum going into the championship game, and were determined to become the victor.

Ma’ayanot and Frisch Soccer Teams Face Off At Metlife Stadium

Come support the Ma’ayanot and Frisch soccer teams as they play at MetLife Stadium, with Playbook, on October 27th, 2019 at 5:10 p.m.

Fordham PCS Hosts Groundbreaking Global Symposium on Anti-Semitism, Sports and Society

The recent event was presented in conjunction with Chelsea Football Club and New England Revolution, as part of theit Final Whistle on Hate Initiative

(Courtesy of Fordham PCS) Fordham University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS) recently hosted hundreds

Joe Bednarsh, YU Athletics Director, Discusses Anti-Semitism in Sports

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Joe Bednarsh, athletics director at Yeshiva University, was invited to be on a panel at Fordham University’s Global Symposium on Sports and Society: Anti-Semitism and Sports, sponsored by the School of Professional and Continuing Studies.

In addition to

Bike4Chai: Part 3

I caught up to JJ and his escorts: his brother in law Doni Weinraub and Doni’s teenage son.

I’m the coach to these three riders, but this is JJ’s team. Team decisions are his call because he is the captain.

(So you

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Tamar Feldman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Tamar Feldman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Yeshivat Noam (and daughter of a HANC Hurricane great) won the Hustle & Heart award for fifth and sixth grade at the Hustle & Heart Basketball Experience this

Soccer Player Turned Rabbi: The Story of Snir Gueta

Rabbi Snir Gueta, once a promising player in Israel’s national Under-21 team, is now a rabbi who teaches prominent soccer players the Torah. The 31-year-old former midfielder discusses his personal journey and explains why playing on weekdays, instead of Shabbat, will increase the number of soccer stars in

Ma’ayanot Soccer Defeats Frisch, 7-3

Hodaya Rimberg, Temima Macklin and Raizel Littwin had two goals each and Sarah Hanian had one goal.

Jump Into Shape Starts Live Streaming Class

(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) Jump Into Shape, a men’s fitness program designed to build a healthier body for your soul, has opened registration for its first live streaming class. The seven-week introductory jump roping class led by Russell Moskowitz, founder of Jump Into Shape, offers a unique opportunity for men to exercise at

JEC High School Is Big Winner At the HASC Hockey Classic

For the second straight year, JEC stood out at the HASC Hockey Classic, an important event that raises funds for this crucial program. In two years, JEC alumni have raised close to $25,000 to benefit Camp HASC. While not the most heavily populated school, JEC has and will always continue to promote the values of giving and care for