The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize senior at Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School senior Eli Fishbein as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Fishbein has established himself as one of the Yeshiva League’s most lethal power hitters and is the president of the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School Sports Management Club.
With Yeshiva League play on hold, TABC lunchtime intramurals are as popular as ever. Over the last couple of months, students have had the opportunity to participate in 2-Ball Intramurals during their grade lunch period. Once a week, teams in the grade convene during their lunch period, with two games being played
The Highland Park 10U Owls had their inaugural season in 2020. They played in two separate leagues one in the spring and then one in the fall. The team worked extremely hard during the winter months honing their skills and their team chemistry. The team struggled at the start of the spring, beginning their season 0-4. They then rebounded with three wins in
It had taken me less than an hour to swim the 2,175 meters from Brighton Beach to the Coney Island Pier, but now I was on the other side of the pier. I was in “Ku Wai,” a term the Ancient Chinese had used to describe the barren wilderness beyond The Great Wall. I didn’t have time to stop and ponder the stark contrast
On Wednesday, November 18, former NFL and CFL quarterback Quinton Porter met with MTA’s Sports Management Club over Zoom for a Q&A session. Following his professional football career, Porter established himself as a sports startup executive, first as head of partnerships at Zoomph, and presently as the vice president, North America at
Ma’ayanot held an outdoor pep rally celebrating varsity volleyball and varsity basketball teams advancing to the championship games last winter. Ariella Vogel (pictured with the basketball banner) gave a speech representing her basketball team thanking her teammates and coaches.
MTA is excited to announce the official start of its 2020-2021 athletics program! Varsity and JV basketball and hockey tryouts were held on the week of November 9 and talmidim were thrilled to return to the courts. “During this difficult time, we are doing everything we can to provide outlets for our boys which
As autumn days grow cooler and shorter, Frisch is making sure to keep its vibrant athletics program going strong. For nearly three months, the campus was able to hold all activities outdoors with soccer, softball, baseball, basketball, volleyball, fencing, wrestling, track, swim and lacrosse all enjoying the mild fall afternoons
The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize 16-year-old Annabel Silverman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sophomore at the Frisch School has worked very hard on her game earning her a spot on this past summer’s Hustle & Heart All Star team. When asked about Annabel, Frisch JV girls basketball
The expansive six acres of brand new sports and recreation fields at RKYHS have been a welcome location for all students this school year to spend time outside. The last few weeks have seen the fields and courts filled with students participating in group sports clinics. Utilizing the state-of-the-art outdoor
The Chinese used to refer to the wilderness beyond the Great Wall of China as called “Ku Wai.” A barren place where demons lived.
By the end of June, I decided it was time to see what lay beyond “The Wall.”
My friend Shlomo Rosenzweig has an