rtstar of the Week: Brian Carmeli
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize eighteen year old Brian Carmeli as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The RKYHS senior is a key member of the Kushner wrestling team and has finished three straight tournaments in first
On Motzei Shabbat, February 12, the 8-3-0-1 TABC Varsity Storm took on the visiting 9-2 HAFTR Hawks in a highly anticipated inter-division game. TABC started out strong with a dominating first shift by their first line. However the second line capitalized when senior alternate captain Joshua Wertentheil bodied his way through the
After a rough start to the week with a loss to Frisch, the MTA Varsity Lions were determined to clinch a spot in the playoffs in their game against the Ramaz Rams on Wednesday night. The Lions came out of the gates firing, as goals from senior Yitzy Weiss and junior Yaakov Bienstock gave the Lions a quick 2-0 lead. After a scoreless second
The TABC Storm JV hockey season began on the first day of school with 50 students trying out for 23 spots on the team. Within a week the 23 players had been selected. After their selection, the team embarked upon two months of grueling practices. Twice a week the team met and worked on their skills. The defense worked on
The Yeshiva University women’s basketball team earned a historical Skyline win over Purchase College, 65-53, at the Purchase College gymnasium on Sunday afternoon. This was the first Skyline win for the Maccabees since rejoining the Skyline Conference in 2015. The Maccabees previously played in the Skyline from 2007-2011.
On Sunday, January 29, I completed the Miami Half Marathon with Team Friendship. I decided to join Team Friendship because I have been volunteering with Friendship Circle for six and a half years and am a Friendship Circle president at Ma’ayanot. As president, I try to recruit as many people as possible to be volunteers. The
With the 2016-2017 season coming to a close, Bruriah’s Volleyball B team was determined to keep a hold on their coveted number one spot as they faced off against the SKA Sonics on unfamiliar ground. The Lightning came out strong and continued to dominate the volleyball court throughout the first game. Finkelstein (‘20) and Rhodes
On Tuesday night, the Noam Knights hosted the RYNJ Jaguars for a thrilling doubleheader. Going into the night all four teams had already clinched playoff spots, but seeding was on the line.
The night opened with the seventh grade teams. The seventh grade Knights took the jump ball and
On Motzei Shabbat, February 11, the varsity MTA Lions played against the Magen David Warriors. Both teams played with everything they had and never gave up. From the beginning of the game, the fierce Lions and the powerful Warriors matched each other point for point. At halftime, Magen David was leading by one. However, the
As students and fans from across the yeshiva league packed into the TABC gym for a double header between the Storm and their rival, the Frisch Cougars, the scene was set for a great night of basketball. With brothers Mo and Avi Proctor both out with injuries, TABC knew they were facing an uphill battle to