Wednesday, April 01, 2020



Knockers CBY A Division Repeat Champions

The Knockers are a proud softball team with a history that is older than some of its current squad. The Knockers got their start in the Bnei Brith Softball league 30 years ago, but several years ago brought their talent to the Bnei Yeshurun league. The team name is derived from the Yiddish word knockers, meaning big shots.

On Sunday the

Teaneck Under-8 All-Stars Enter The New Year On A Winning Note

Longtime sports fans are quite familiar with the expression “it ain’t over, till it’s over.” Proving that this old clich? still has merit, the Teaneck Under-8 All-Star baseball team rallied from a three run deficit in the bottom of the fifth inning on Sunday, defeating the visiting NJ Renegades by an 8-7 score. The game was played at the Club house

The Thoughts of a Local Spartan Warrior

I am not sure exactly why I subject myself to these crazy races. I mean, after all, I’m paying to get down on the ground and crawl through giant pits of mud while getting scrapes and bruises. As bizarre as this sounds, the experience is also a huge rush of excitement. The crowd of people and the intense obstacles really make for a great day.


Teaneck 12U Fall-Ball Report

Teaneck 12U fall ball started the fall off with a bang by scoring at least 10 runs in each of their first three games while only giving up 2 runs per game. The stellar pitching staff has been led by Liam Levy who has pitched incredibly and only given up 1 earned in the three games. Eli Goldberg has also been throwing fire, giving up only 2 earned runs and playing a


Hava Tequila Wins the Bnei Brith “A” Softball Championship

The 2014 Bnai Brith Men’s “A” softball league had a very exciting year. Coming into the 2014 season, “The Blue Team” had won four straight championships and was confident for #5. But the season started off slowly for them, as they lost three of their first six games. Although the team faced rough waters ahead, it was confident it would find a way to

The Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Joshua Cohen

This week Gotham Burger and the Jewish Link of Bergen County salute Teaneck resident Joshua Cohen. Joshua is 5 years old (almost 6) and scored 4 goals on Sunday for the Cardinals in the Teaneck Soccer Junior Soccer League.

Joshua who is your favorite Athlete?

“My friend David, but on TV Michael Jordan.”

Who are your role

FC Teaneck Opens Inaugural Season With Bright Start

Teaneck – The scoring touch continued and FC Teaneck enjoyed another strong weekend on the field in Northern Counties Soccer Association play with two wins and a draw. The newly-created club ended its second week of the fall season with five wins and a draw after eight games played, having outscored its opponentn by 16 goals, 35-19.

Demi Owens scored

Teaneck Under-8 All-Star Baseball Team Tops Clarkstown

At a time when most youngsters are putting away their balls, bats, and gloves and trading them in for backpacks and school lunches, the TBO under-8 All-Star baseball team opened its fall season with a come-from-behind 6-2 victory over the Clarkstown, NY All-Stars on the road in Congers, NY.

Early on Clarkstown’s strong pitching staff stymied the Teaneck

Mitch Gross Basketball League Year Six Off to an Amazing Start

The leaves are falling, temperatures are dropping, and Yom Tov preparations are on everyone’s mind. All of the above are signs that the summer is over and autumn is upon us. In Bergen County we are blessed to have an additional indicator of the fall season: MGBL Girls Basketball at Yeshivat Ben Porat Yosef.

The exhibition games, on Sunday (September