After losing the first two games of the regular season to Ma’ayanot, the SAR girls varsity softball was determined to get revenge on the Rapids. On Sunday, June 3, SAR played Ma’ayanot in the semifinal game. At the beginning of the game, it was close and Ma’ayanot struck first making it 1-0 behind the amazing pitching from
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 8-year-old Joshua Ross as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat Ben Porat Yosef second grader has been a key contributor on his AIFL team (the Patriots). Josh has scored many touchdowns, and more importantly, he really displays
Many American youth dream of pursuing professional sports careers. In what amounts to a series of elimination rounds, one recent SAR High School graduate has made it to the collegiate varsity level. Englewood resident Isaac Spiegel recently completed his freshman season as part of the pitching rotation of the Muhlenberg
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12 year olds Ayelet and Sigal Ostrin as this week’s Sportstars of the Week. The Dynamic Ostrin Duo are two of the stars on the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva (RPRY) sixth grade girls basketball team, that just completed an exciting (undefeated) run
Team Jewish Link of New Jersey’s (fourth-fifth grade division) Ben Chesner has been named TBO’s Player of the Week.
Chesner has been lighting it up as the team’s leadoff hitter this season, hitting safely in nearly half of his at-bats. On top of that, he has been on a blue streak on the
As the regular season is coming to an end, the teams are all fighting for post-season positioning in the final games. At Ma’ayanot High School, the finally healthy Dr Popowitz’s Center team was up against Team Tree Point Play and looking for their second win of the season. Dr Popowitz’s Center’s Akiva Feit
The third annual three-on-three basketball tournament at Yeshivat Noam was a ton of fun for the players and all their families who came to cheer them on. According to event chair Noah Wasserman, “The players had a great time playing ball at the tournament. It was a mix of alumni, parents and