After a 13-1 regular season, the lone loss coming by 21 points against WT, the CMEK Hornets found themselves down 12-4 after the first quarter in the BTBL Winter championship game. “We hadn’t faced this kind of adversity all season, so it was unchartered territory for us to be trailing. All the credit goes to our girls. They
On Sunday, April 2, MVP Basketball hosted its ninth annual Boys All-Star Day at SAR High School in Riverdale. The daylong program featured over 150 players from yeshivas from all leagues throughout the New York and New Jersey metro area, including Bergen County, as selected by their respective coaches.
When Frisch began its varsity basketball season in September, they had 18 guys on the roster. People said that it would be impossible to accomplish anything with so many players; however, the Frisch boys knew from day one that their group was no ordinary assembly.
Frisch participated in
The Yeshivat Noam seventh grade boys basketball team had two back to back nail biters, clawing their way back from huge deficits to win both the semi-final and the championship games.
In the semi-final game against RYNJ, The Jaguars, led by big men Donny Book and Doni Wolk, quickly took an 11-2
If you were to peek into the Bruriah gym on a late Wednesday night, you would find 11 girls bumping volleyballs with smiles on their faces and music in their ears. To see them dance in running sneakers is not uncommon and they never let a birthday go uncelebrated. They are a united front, despite their inability to properly execute trust
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 16-year-old Isaac Markovitz as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Frisch sophomore is coming off a terrific season as the JV Cougars goalie on the JV hockey team, capped off by a 2-0 shut out in the championship game. This win earned
This past Sunday morning, hundreds of fans poured into TABC to watch the YMSSA 7/8 girls championship game. The game featured two of the top teams from the regular season in the league, the Yeshivat Noam Knights (10-0) and the SAR Academy Sting (9-1). This was the third year in a row that these two teams were meeting in the
After another intense week of MGBL playoff action, we bid a warm farewell to the following teams: Farmers Insurance of Bergenfield/Zimm Agency, Embroidme, Tree Point Play, Approved Funding, Duff & Phelps, Teaneck Councilmen Katz and Schwartz, Triumph Hotels, Goldman Orthodontics, Knoll Orthodontics, i-Shine, Herzfeld Strong, Tri Realty,
I have been playing ice hockey since I was four years old. I learned to skate at the Ice House, then at Mackay Ice Arena and graduated to playing in a spring league at Montclair State University. These were all great experiences and important to get me where I am today in my ability to play ice hockey.
The MTA soccer team continued its promising season last Tuesday, defeating Ramaz in a home game. It was an exciting match that had MTA shining throughout. In the first quarter, MTA began a lead that would continue throughout the entire game, scoring two goals. The score was brought up to 6-0 by halftime. The final score was 10-1, a