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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Sports

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Jesse Koppel

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 16-year-old Jesse Koppel as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sophomore at Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School was a key contributor on the Kushner Cobras JV championship hockey team earlier this year. Rabbi Richard Kirsch, athletic director at

TABC Wins Columbus Baseball Invitational

TABC Storm baseball brought their talents to Ohio this week to participate in the annual Columbus Baseball Invitational a.k.a. The Jewish World Series. The team hit the ground running, with easy wins over Valley Torah (Los Angeles), Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy (Rockville, Maryland) and Katz Yeshiva High School (Boca

HALB Defeats RYNJ to Win HALB Boys 2019 Invitational Basketball Tournament

HALB hosted a middle school boys basketball tournament this past Sunday. Five teams came from three states (Noam and RYNJ from New Jersey, Berman from Maryland, and YDE and HALB from New York) to compete and left it all on the court. HALB came out on top, defeating RYNJ in the championship game. Thank you Hustle &

Fly Free Running Completes Second Season 5K

The runners pushed through the heat for their 5k finisher’s medal. Excellent work!

Ma’ayanot Captures Soccer Crown With Big Win Over Kushner

The Ma’ayanot Rapids (10-1) defeated the Kushner Cobras (9-2) to take the MYHSAL championship, winning 12-2. The game took place on May 20, on neutral ground (TABC) with large contingents of fans from both teams packing the stands. The win came as payback for Ma’ayanot, having suffered their only regular season loss to

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Yiddle League Update

After three consecutive rainouts following the spring training games, Yiddle League was finally able to have its regular season opening day games this past Sunday. With over 20 games occurring at three separate locations throughout Passaic and Clifton, there were many standout players, including Yosef Schechter hitting a grand

MTA Soccer Lions Advance to Championships

The MTA soccer lions missed out on the championships last year, after a 16-4 loss to DRS in the semis. This year, MTA had the chance for redemption as they faced off against DRS on Saturday night, May 18, for a rematch. The game started off with the Passaic Punishers, senior and captain Hudy Weiss and junior Kovi Pahmer, making

Kushner Cobras Defeat Maimo to Win Ezra Schwartz Memorial Baseball Tournament

The Kushner Cobras boys baseball team had the unique privilege of participating in the third annual Ezra Schwartz Memorial Baseball Tournament in Sharon, Massachusetts last weekend. The Cobras were joined by the Ramaz Rams, SAR Sting and host Maimonides M-Cats. The Cobras finished pool play in second place behind the

Ma’ayanot Hockey Defeats HAFTR to Finish in First Place, Beats HANC in Playoffs in Double OT

The Ma’ayanot Rapids hockey (8-1) came into their final game of the regular season with a must-win scenario. If they lost to the HAFTR Hawks (4-4), they would be in third place in the Western Division. If they won, they would tie Kushner for first place. With that pressure, the home team, on senior night, won this

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Kayla Greenberg

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 14-year-old Kayla Greenberg as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The eighth grader at Yavneh Academy is playing her third and final year of middle school hockey. The team has been undefeated for the three seasons and has secured a spot in this

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