The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Tamar Feldman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Yeshivat Noam (and daughter of a HANC Hurricane great) won the Hustle & Heart award for fifth and sixth grade at the Hustle & Heart Basketball Experience this
Rabbi Snir Gueta, once a promising player in Israel’s national Under-21 team, is now a rabbi who teaches prominent soccer players the Torah. The 31-year-old former midfielder discusses his personal journey and explains why playing on weekdays, instead of Shabbat, will increase the number of soccer stars in
(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) Jump Into Shape, a men’s fitness program designed to build a healthier body for your soul, has opened registration for its first live streaming class. The seven-week introductory jump roping class led by Russell Moskowitz, founder of Jump Into Shape, offers a unique opportunity for men to exercise at
For the second straight year, JEC stood out at the HASC Hockey Classic, an important event that raises funds for this crucial program. In two years, JEC alumni have raised close to $25,000 to benefit Camp HASC. While not the most heavily populated school, JEC has and will always continue to promote the values of giving and care for
Over the past several years, the combination of sports and social media has taken the spotlight in the world’s top athletic action. Although Yeshiva League athletics doesn’t receive as much attention as the professionals, there is still much buzz on social media, mainly due to the work of Yeshiva League Pass (YLP).
The JEC Thunder opened its 2019-20 varsity basketball pre-season at home with an exciting 66-56 overtime win over the Heichal Hatorah Hornets of Teaneck.
In the first quarter, JEC took a 14-10 lead. At the half, JEC led 26-20, on the power inside play of junior captain, Ethan Thurm. Thurm had 15 points
The Mighty Ducks won the Harold Gellis z”l Bnai Yeshurun Softball League B Division championships this past Sunday for their second consecutive championship. After another successful winning season with a record of 10-4 and finishing third in the division, the Mighty Ducks, led by captain Allen Pfeiffer, swept
Another exciting CBY league softball season wrapped up yesterday when the Knockouts defeated the Scrubs in the third game of a close and hard fought championship series. After losing game one of the series, the Knockouts bounced back to take the next two games. Great pitching and clutch hitting throughout the lineup helped the
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 17-year-old Meital Fuksbrumer as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The senior at the Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls is coming off two championships last year. As a junior she helped the Rapids varsity volleyball team and soccer team.