Sitting on the grass at the Columbus Ohio JCC, after losing the first two games of the Jewish Baseball World Series on Mother’s Day, the Kushner Cobras were understandably dejected. Fast forward to Father’s Day and the Cobras flipped the script, defeating the Frisch Cougars 2-1 in a riveting yeshiva
FC Teaneck Thunder (U16) capped the spring soccer season with a dream run to an undefeated season, securing back-to-back championships in the competitive Northern Counties Soccer Association. After clinching last year’s spring 2016 division championship, the team had stumbled to its only loss in the season’s final game. This time, the
The 2017 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament took place on Sunday May 21, in Yeshiva Har Torah in Queens. Eight junior high hockey teams gathered to compete for the crown of the most prestigious and the longest running hockey tournament in any age group in the tri-state area. The teams were broken up into groups of four, with two
For many guys, once they finish their high school or college athletic stint, they face a decline in opportunities to compete as part of a team. While juggling career and family responsibilities, most have eased into weekly basketball leagues or Sunday softball, but a growing
The Kushner Cobras defeated the MTA Lions in dramatic fashion, 2-1, in the yeshiva league semi-final game on Sunday at Jannarone Field in Parsippany. The Cobras walk-off win was set up by a double from Sam Bernstein, his second of the game. Jon Kirsch legged out an infield single, sending Bernstein around to score the winning run
This past Saturday night kicked off the beginning of the much-anticipated MGBL high school playoffs at the Jewish Center of Teaneck. In the first game, Duff & Phelps faced off against Lincoln Equities Group. Daniel Hirsch lead all scorers with 16 points and team Duff & Phelps to a 58-46 victory.
FDU Division 1 Basketball Coach Greg Herenda, will again be offering his highly successful Basketball Camp and Hoop School June 26-29, 2017, on the campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in the Rothman Center in Teaneck, for boys and girls 8-16 years old. Yeshiva students who wish to improve their game and develop their basketball skills
This last past Sunday, at the Down Town Sports facility in Mahwah, Partners in Torah hosted Play4Partners, a three on three basketball tournament that benefited this great organization.
Eighteen teams from all across the New York/New