Twenty-five students from the Sports Management Club were invited by the Philadelphia 76ers for a special experience. The afternoon began with access to play basketball on the Sixers court, followed by a tour of the Wells Fargo Center where they saw what goes on behind the scenes.
After having the game canceled on two previous occasions, TABC finally played Heichal Hatorah to start the season. TABC has very high expectations for this season, but they were facing star Heichal pitcher, Binyamin Senter, one of the best softball pitchers in the yeshiva league. He has a lot of velocity on the pitches and knows exactly
The Kushner Cobras boys varsity soccer team defeated Frisch 8-0, with the mercy rule ending the game early. The Cobras were led by junior Max Kops, who scored four goals. Other goals were scored by Jonah Braverman, Zack Tuchman, Zack Israeli and Marc Yarkony.
Peter Kessel grew up in Elizabeth, playing all sports with the neighborhood kids, many of whom eventually starred for local high schools in basketball. Pete’s game improved playing competitively on the JEC JV in seventh and eighth grade and spending summers at Camp Eton competing against older JEC varsity members.
On the occasion of Mitchell’s recent yahrtzeit (24 Nissan), I just wanted to share a few relevant thoughts l’ilui nishmat, Menachem Avraham ben Nachman Moshe.
We are currently in a time period colloquially known as sefirah. It is considered a period of mourning, and therefore there are
(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University roller hockey team completed its historical season last week. In its first season competing in Division II, and just the second season as a program, YU advanced all the way to the Elite 8 of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association championships, and fell just three wins short
Last month, 34 teams from all across the New York/ New Jersey area came out to participate in the inaugural Play4Partners event, held in Long Island, New York. While the prizes for the winning team were enticing and exciting, it was the true love for competition and a desire to help a great cause that brought out all these teams to
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 13-year-old Avery Stepner as this week’s sportstar of the week. Stepner, a Yeshivat Noam eighth grader, is coming off an amazing three years of YMSSA basketball for the Noam Knights. During this period Noam has won the division each season and made
While they started the season off with low expectations, the TABC varsity soccer team quickly became a threat to every other team in the league. Winning game after game, the boys in yellow shocked their opponents by pulling through in their first five games of the season. With two of those games being well fought battles and the
The Mitch Gross Basketball League will be holding evaluations for a possible MGBL Girls High School League on Monday evening, April 24, from 6:30 - 7:30 at Ma’ayanot High School. Like the Boys High School League, the season will run until camp begins, and will have six games plus playoffs, all played at a local school on Monday evenings.