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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Sports

Third Annual Yeshiva League Legends Tournament Is Huge Success for Our Place

Valley Torah wins men’s tournament; Ramaz takes women’s title.

From the moment the doors opened at 8:30 a.m. for player check in, until the end of the women’s tournament more than 14 hours later, it was a day of intense competition and family fun at Our

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Kira Hoffer

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 12-year-old Kira Hoffer as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Bruriah Middle School became a household name appearing on American Ninja Warrior Jr. last month. Not only did she compete, winning her first race and losing the

Local Team Wins Championship in 2019 RCCS Ice Hockey Classic

On April 6 and 7, the Rofeh Cholim Cancer Society (RCCS) hosted its second annual hockey tournament to raise money for the organization, which provides financial and logistical support to Jewish families who are dealing with a loved one afflicted by cancer. The tournament was a huge success, raising $1.6 million for this worthy

Sixth Annual Yeshiva All Star Hockey Games Are Fun for All

On Sunday, March 31, TABC hosted the sixth annual Esther Semmelman Memorial All Star Hockey Games. Close to 125 players from middle school through high school participated in games featuring the top hockey players in their respective leagues.

The annual All

Triple G Threat Leads JV Storm Soccer to Victory

The TABC JV soccer team continued its undefeated start to the season with a 5-1 win over the Kushner Cobras. The Storm’s home opener was deadlocked at 1-1 after the first quarter until Eliyah Gershon scored the game winning goal and Benji Grin and Eitan Gulich added insurance goals to put the icing on the cake. The Storm’s

In Debut Game, Yachad’s IVDU Upper School Boys Division Narrowly Defeats Frisch JV Basketball Team

On Tuesday afternoon, March 26, the Frisch JV basketball team welcomed the boys IVDU Upper School for a scrimmage. Both teams had been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to meet on the court. For the IVDU team, this is their first year of competition against yeshiva league teams and the Frisch game was their fifth of their season.

Rapid Fire Yeshiva Ice Hockey Tournament Keeps Growing

It was the tournament that almost wasn’t. The mechanical failure at Mackay Park in Englewood forced the rink to shut down a week before it was scheduled to take place. Changing the venue for a tournament like this is not so simple. There are not many rinks that have four hours of open ice on a Sunday

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstars of the Week: Moshe Keiser, Rafi Suss and Netanel Benloulou

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize three members of the YMSSA championship Yeshivat Noam eighth grade team as this week’s Sportstars of the Week: Moshe Keiser, Netanel Benloulou and Rafi Suss. When asked about this terrific trio, RYNJ Jaguars coach Steve Gutlove (who coached

MTA Soccer Lions Bring Home Win in Hard-Fought Battle Against Ramaz Rams

On Sunday, March 31, MTA and Ramaz clashed in a soccer match that would shape the central division for the rest of the year. Both teams realized that in such a tightly contested division, the stakes were sky high, and they did not disappoint. For MTA, it was a statement game, trying to prove that they could carry on the momentum

Ma’ayanot Hockey Kicks Off Season With Win Over Flatbush

On March 26, the Ma’ayanot Rapids (2-0) started their season with a strong away victory at Flatbush. They defeated the Falcons (0-3) in Brooklyn 7-1.

Ma’ayanot jumped out to lead early, scoring five goals in the first period. The rest of the game was more even-handed as

Undefeated RKYHS Chess Team Heads to Championships

Congratulations to the RKYHS Chess Team for defeating SAR in the playoffs 9 1/2 to 5 1/2. It is onto the championships for this undefeated co-ed team!

TABC Track Team is off to the Races

TABC track is back and finished second in the overall standings at the first meet of the season. Newcomers Luzzy Junger, Remy Chamberlain and Yehuda From—all freshmen—made strong impressions in their Storm debuts. Junger finished second in the 100 meter yard dash with a time of 13.89, Chamberlain earned two third place finishes in the