Thursday, November 21, 2019


Shofar at the Ironman With David Roher

Teaneck Girls Travel Softball Gets a Replay

For the first time in close to 15 years, Teaneck softball has a girls travel team. Created thanks to the combined efforts of Ron Siesser and Matt Diamond, the team, consisting mostly of seventh and eighth graders, kicked off its season in the local UGALS league with a pair of Sunday double headers. Comprised of travel teams from

Friendship Circle Sports League Kicks Off With a Bounce

(Courtesy of Valley Chabad) Valley Chabad’s Friendship Circle was excited to launch its 2019 fall season Sports League for children and teens with special needs on Sunday, October 6, with over 50 participants and volunteers.

The Sports League, now beginning it’s 12th

MVP Girls 2019: More Than Just Basketball

(Courtesy of MVP) MVP 2019, the premier Jewish Orthodox girls basketball and tennis camp at Camp Seneca Lake, under the direction of Carol and Judah Rhine and Irv Bader, celebrated its 11th consecutive successful season. This was the third year for MVP Tennis, which was a huge success and registration

Ezer Mizion Introduces Golf Ball Drop

(Courtesy of Ezer Mizion) Hundreds of eyes were turned toward the sky. Waiting…for the ball to drop. Ezer Mizion’s Golf Classic added a new feature to its annual event. The day had been glorious. The weather perfect. Now all players gathered to watch as a bucket truck-cherry picker lifted its bucket 200 feet above the

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Yosef Zakon

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 16-year-old Yosef Zakon as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) junior, was a key contributor on this summer’s Silver Medal winning Maccabi team. Zakon averaged an impressive 15 points and six assists in

Israeli Baseball Coach Says ‘Ultimate Dream’ Came True

(JNS) With Team Israel’s 11-1 win over South Africa in the Olympic qualifiers in Parma, Italy, on Sunday, the startup nation became the baseball nation.

The Israel Baseball team will be the first team sport to represent Israel at the Olympic Games since 1976, when the Israel National Soccer

Bike4Chai2019: Part 2

In 2018, the challenge was getting JJ to be able to ride the entire 180 miles in 48 hours without having to call for a ride from the support van.

(The SAG wagon?)


(What does SAG mean?)


Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Raizel Reva Kleinman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Raizel Reva Kleinman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat He’Atid sixth grader was one of the many standout players at this summer’s Sportstar Select @Camp Shalom New Jersey Program. When asked about Kleinman, Sportstar Select

TABC Holds First-Ever Wrestling Expo

Coaches of the TABC wrestling team came to school during the freshman PE break and gave the students a firsthand glimpse of the wrestling program. The coaches highlighted principles like commitment and work ethic, as well as wrestling techniques and maneuvers. TABC has a long history of success on the mat and is looking forward to

Fordham University Plans Conference On Anti-Semitism And Sports

A global symposium discussing “Anti Semitism and Sports” will be offered by the School of Professional and Continual Studies of Fordham University in conjunction with the Chelsea Football Club and the New England Revolution’s Final Whistle on Hate campaign and its dean, Dr. Anthony Davidson, on Wednesday, September 25, at the McGinley