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Friday, February 21, 2020

Sports

Marty Glickman Anti-Semitism and Sports Essay Contest Is Open

(Courtesy of Jewish Sports Heritage magazine) In honor of Jewish Sports Heritage Month coming up this April, the Jewish Sports Heritage Association is sponsoring the Marty Glickman Anti-Semitism and Sports Essay Contest for middle school and high school students throughout the United States.

The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Adina Rosenberg

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize Adina Rosenberg as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The senior guard is finishing up her third year as a member of the Yeshiva University/Stern College Maccabees women’s basketball team. She was named team captain this year because of the

He’Atid Takes Sixth Grade Opener

He’Atid beat RYNJ on opening night of the sixth grade YMSSA boys league by a score of 37-35. The Jaguars cut it to one with under a minute remaining, but with tough defense down the stretch, the Hurricanes were able to hold on by a small margin. He’Atid was paced by Nathan Neufeld and Naftali Hochstein who had 19 and 12 points

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MGBL Minute

The seventh and eighth grade division saw a couple of good games this past Saturday night. In the first game of the night, The Jewish Link of NJ took on Treuhaft & Zakaran LLP. The game got off to a slow start as the first quarter ended with JLNJ up 7-5, but the offense on both sides really picked up after that. In the

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SAR Wins Katz Yeshiva HS JV Bball Tournament

On February 9, the SAR High School JV boys basketball team, fresh off a 9-1 regular season record and having attained a first round playoff bye, flew to South Florida to participate in the Katz Yeshiva High School JV Tournament. The three-day event consisted of eight schools, five from the NY/NJ metropolis and

Ma’ayanot Varsity Basketball Heads to the Semis

Another victory for the Rapids! Last week, the Ma’ayanot varsity basketball team beat Flatbush with an incredible score of 66-34! Congratulations to Tali Klein who scored 12 points and Leah Weiss who scored 23 points. Looking forward to the semifinals!

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Ramaz Varsity Hockey Advances to Round Two

Ramaz continues its impressive season with a round 1 victory over North Shore. Ramaz travelled to Great Neck to take on North Shore as the #4 and #5 seeds from the East and West swapped, therefore leading to this game. Ramaz dominated the game from start to finish culminating in a well-deserved 3-0 victory. Captain Eddie Catton returned from illness to net two goals

Kushner Three-Peats as Wittenberg Champions

Kushner Academy captured it’s third straight Wittenberg team title this past weekend. Led by champions Max Ostroff, Jacob Elstein, Max Yarkony, Joey Dresdner, Yitzy Peret and Ilan Cohen, the cobras soundly defeated the rest of the competition scoring a total of 265.5 points.

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MTA Wrestling Team Places Third at Wittenberg Invitational

(Courtesy of MTA) The MTA wrestling team was excited to participate in the Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational, which began on Friday, February 14. Most teams entered the competition with approximately 20 wrestlers, whereas MTA had only 11 team members. What the MTA team lacked in numbers, they made up for in strength. The team

SAR Wrestling Earns Second Place Finish at Wittenberg 2020

After an action-packed weekend, the SAR wrestling team collected the second place finish with an impressive 205 points. Three SAR wrestlers finished first in their matches: Akiva Najman-Licht (120 lbs.), Danny Dinkevich (132 lbs.) and Judah Schanzer (285 lbs.). The SAR story of the weekend was Daniel Berger (second place,

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