Are you looking for a fun sports camp experience for your son or daughter that teaches skill, technique and strategy, but is not too intense?
Do you want your child to attend a camp that has been around for 21 years, and whose camp director played and coached soccer for the United
This past Saturday night, the MGBL high school regular season came to an exciting end. The first two games of the weekend take us to the Torah Academy of Bergen County. On court one, Akari Therapeutic Plc tipped off against Lincoln Equities Group. Akari lead by big man Jack Stepner (39 points) took a
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 70-year-old Harold Gellis as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. A couple of weeks ago, Gellis pitched 14 innings in a double-header for the Bottling Co. team, letting up four runs in game one, while winning 14-4, and letting up only two runs to last
Congratulations to the Kushner Cobras girls varsity hockey team on their win over Heschel 4-1. They now advance to the championship round. Behind the strong goaltending of Julia Morreale, along with goals scored by Olivia Lefkovits, Rachel Mendelson, Devorah Slonim and Ariana Matthew, the Cobras cruised to victory.
On Memorial Day, May 29, over 400 fans gathered at Basketball City in Manhattan to watch 16 teams compete in the first-ever Yeshiva League Legends Basketball Tournament. The concept was a simple one: relive
After many years, girls junior hockey is back! Bergen county has become a hotbed for hockey. Whether it is high school hockey, middle school hockey or youth hockey, there are a plethora of options for children of all ages to play hockey. However, the options for girls have historically been limited. This is about
Last week, the TABC Storm beat the Frisch Cougars 5-4 to win the championship, thanks to a last second goal by sophomore Dylan Breen. With both teams entering the finals red hot, fans were in store for a thrilling match. Everyone packed into the Ma’ayanot gym on a Friday afternoon for what would turn out to be an amazing
On May 29, the Ma’ayanot Rapids battled their toughest game of the season, an athletically persistent Kushner Cobra team. Entering the gym undefeated (for the second year in a row), the Rapids were confident but extremely focused. They knew Kushner wasn’t going to let down one bit. Led by coaches Moshe “Ziggy” Zharnest and
Members of the Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) sports management club had the unique opportunity to receive a behind-the-scenes tour of Red Bull Arena, the home of Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls.
Upon arrival, the students were greeted by Bill
With the MGBL High School playoffs a week away, electricity was in the air as all ten teams battled for playoff spots. The first two games at TABC featured tremendous games by Stevie Paul (29 pts) and Jack Stepner (MGBL record 45 points) as they lead their teams Sharsheret and Akari Therapeutics