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Saturday, July 20, 2019

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RYNJ Bids Fond Farewell to Coach Gutlove

Former UCLA coach John Wooden famously said, “A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life.” Coach Steve Gutlove is the definition of a great coach. Coach Gutlove has been coaching RYNJ basketball for the past 12 years. Over most of those 12 years he has been working with three different levels, the

RYNJ Bids Fond Farewell to Coach Gutlove

Former UCLA coach John Wooden famously said, “A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life.” Coach Steve Gutlove is the definition of a great coach. Coach Gutlove has been coaching RYNJ basketball for the past 12 years. Over most of those 12 years he has been working with three different levels, the

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Dani Greenberg

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 14-year-old Dani Greenberg as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The eighth grader at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey is coming off another tremendous season as the RYNJ Jaguars captured back-to-back YMSSA hockey league championships. This

Ma’ayanot Hockey Stays Undefeated With Victory Over Rival Frisch

The Ma’ayanot Rapids (5-0) kept their perfect season alive with a hard-fought 4-2 win over their cross-county foes, the Frisch Cougars (2-4). The Rapids’ home win makes them the only undefeated team in the entire MYHSAL hockey league.

After a scoreless first

Tennis Anyone? Cross River Open Is Jewish Community’s First Premier Tennis Tournament

The upcoming Cross River Open on Sunday, May 26, will be a golden opportunity for tennis enthusiasts from throughout the greater tri-state Jewish community to gather and compete in the game they love. The inaugural event will feature both singles and doubles tournament play for both men and women and is expected to draw over 150 passionate

David Roher gets matzah power while Ironman training

Moshe Klyman Takes Second in the Nation at US Masters National Championship

Moshe Klyman of Englewood wrestled for four years for TABC. Upon graduating he went to Ner Yaakov in Israel for a year before beginning Rutgers University where he started the Rutgers Wrestling Club as an option for shomer Shabbat wrestlers to compete and train. He coached at RTMA in Elizabeth for 11 years before joining

MVP 2019 11th Annual Girls All-Star Day Is Smashing Success

(Courtesy of MVP) On Sunday, April 14, MVP Basketball hosted its 11th annual Girls All Star Day at SAR High School in Riverdale. The daylong program featured over 100 players from yeshivas from all leagues throughout the New York and New Jersey metro area, including Bergen County, as selected by their respective

Goldstein Sets Single-Season Record for YU Women Hits

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University softball team earned a split of its non-conference doubleheader against Baruch College, at Bahoshy Field, on Monday evening. The Bearcats (6-16) won the opening game, 9-1, while the Maccabees (4-24) were victorious in game two, 12-7.

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RCCS Ice Hockey Classic Raises $1.6 Million for Cancer Patients

The RCCS Hockey Classic Tournament, in only its second year, is now the largest Jewish communal ice hockey event in the world: with 325 players, 20 teams, thousands of spectators and an unprecedented spirit of enthusiasm and camaraderie.

The 2019 tournament commenced in Chicago earlier this year

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Alex Greene

The Jewish Link of NJ and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12 -year-old Alex Greene as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The seventh grader at Yavneh Academy dances competitively at Progressive Dance Studio in Englewood. She is a competitive hip hop dancer. In the summer Alex trains as part of the elite upper

CBYMCSL Pays Tribute to Harold Gellis, z”l

The Bottling Company softball team began its season this past Sunday with a very heavy heart, as they were playing without their star pitcher, Harold Gellis z’l, the team captain for more than 30 years. Gellis had been discussing plans for the upcoming season, but he died suddenly in late February. Many members of the team shared