All who attended last Tuesdays Teaneck Town Council meeting witnessed a historic event. Mayor Lizette Parker and Councilman Mark Schwartz (& JLBC Co-Publisher) made a special presentation to the TBO 8U Travel Summer Team. The boys and coaches were lauded for not only representing Teaneck, but also for winning the 2014 Paramus Tournament
The Maccabees this season, for the first time in program history, enter as defending conference champions as Yeshiva won its first-ever women’s cross country title when it won the 2013 Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (HVIAC) championship race. Furthermore, the Maccabees are coming off a third-place finish at the competitive Skyline
Joining the Fall PBI Baseball League Tournament, the 11U Teaneck Travel Baseball (TBO) team has added just one player to their now 13 player squad. The team had all 12 players from last year’s fall team return.
Last year’s roster of Akiva Boyarsky, Netanel Eckman, Aaron Epstein, Yis Kaminetzky, Abie Schwartz, Natan Solomon,Yehuda Teitelman, David Uretsky,
The Jewish Link of Bergen County would like to congratulate all of the members of the Bnei Yeshurin Softball League on a terrific 2014 season. Last Sunday’s semi-final games saw eight terrific teams go head-to-head in epic battles
In the A league, Team B Leaguered beat the Mosaad 7-6. Team Mossad had the tying run on second base in the bottom of the
On August 17th the Noshers won the Bnai Brith Softball League’s B Division Championship.
After starting the season at 1-5, the Noshers caught fire in the second half finishing the regular season at 8-6 and capturing the 5th seed of nine teams heading into the Double Elimination playoffs.
The Noshers continued to play well and ultimately beat
The Yeshiva University Men’s Cross Country Team enters the 2014 season as dynasty holder of the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (HVIAC). The Maccabees have won the HVIAC championship the past four years, and could make it a half a decade with another successful run this year. (Just as impressive was the Maccabees’ second place finish at
The Jewish Link of Bergen County would like to highlight great Bergen County athletes. This week we had the privilege of interviewing three of the Guzman children on Teaneck Junior Soccer opening day.
Ahuva Kayla Guzman, age 10
Role model: my Daddy
Favorite Athlete: My bro Eitan
Favorite sports memory: The soccer season where I
The Moriah School is proud to be offering an enhanced afterschool program this year called, MoriahPlus. Classes include Ballet, Karate, Cooking, KinderMusic, Ice Skating and many more. The program runs from 3:30-6pm and includes homework time as well as a snack. For more information, visit www.moriah.org.
On Labor day Sunday, over a thousand people and almost 400 kids attended the TJSL SoccerFest. Soccerfest was the kick-off event for Teaneck Junior Soccer League’s fall season. Nine hundred kids from Teaneck will play on the new turf fields this fall, and Soccerfest was an opportunity to get everyone excited about the upcoming season and show people where
With the world seemingly going insane, self-defense in general and Krav Maga in particular are hot topics these days. Krav Maga is the self-defense system of the Israel Defense Forces. A basic version of it is taught to most of the IDF soldiers while the more elite units dive in for a deeper version during their anti-terror training.
Over the years,
MVP, the premier Jewish Orthodox Boys Basketball Camp at Camp Seneca Lake, under the Direction of Irv Bader and Judah Rhine, celebrated its sixth consecutive season of record breaking registration and enrollment. Over 200 MVP Players, four divisions, and 30 teams participated, with over 120 games played over the course of five days! The games were competitive