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Amit Yona’s Promising Basketball Future

Like many boys, Amit Yona grew up loving sports. A talent for sports runs in the family; Amit’s father, Moshe, was a professional soccer player in Jerusalem. For the younger Yona, basketball is his sport of choice and the one at which he excels. Yona is a top player on Tenafly High School’s varsity basketball team.

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Ma’ayanot Rapids Return from Pesach Break with Win

Playing in a game after consuming a week’s worth of matzah is no easy task, but the Rapids looked to shake off the rust and maintain their winning ways at home against the stingy Hillel Heat. The game started slow as both teams adjusted to a week of no play. Shortly thereafter the Rapids awoke, scoring five quick goals to take a

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March Madness in Mid-April?

Sunday April 19th at a quarter past eleven, the 3rd/4th grade champions were crowned when the Meridian Capital Group faced team Citibank. All in attendance were treated to a rematch of some of the key players from last year’s second grade championship game. On this day the hoops were a little

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JLNJ Sportstar of the Week: Noam Kinderlehrer

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Noam Kinderlehrer as this week’s Sportstar of the week. The 11-year-old Kinderlehrer is a solid contributor to the Yeshivat Noam undefeated 6th grade Knights, and is the top scorer on the MGBL Jewish Link of New Jersey team. This past

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Ma’ayanot Rapids Softball Win Season Opener 16-3

The Ma’ayanot Rapids began its softball season strongly, with a 16-3 away-game win against Kushner. The Rapids came out swinging, scoring six of its sixteen runs in the very first inning. At the top of the batting order was senior Aliza Kaszovitz (’15), who scored three times, and hit three grounders, each of which was a base

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John Starks Wows RKYHS

The New York Knicks are legendary—for producing great players, for having inspirational coaches, and for some of the most exciting games ever to hit a basketball court. One of the most amazing moments in New York Knicks history was the 1993 historic dunk on the great Michael Jordan by none other than Knicks point guard,

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JLNJ Sportstar of the Week: Molly Weisbrot

The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 12 year Molly Weisbrot as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yavneh girl’s hockey team is off to a great start and Molly has a lot to do with their success. Coach Aliza Hiller told the Jewish Link of New Jersey, “Molly is an enthusiastic,

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Calling All Bruriah Alumni

A Basketball Showdown of alumni vs. current students is scheduled for Sunday, April 26, 11am-1pm at Bruriah Campus 35 North Avenue, Elizabeth, NJ 07208. A few player spots are still available. Contact Coach Susan Rifkin ([email protected])

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Second Annual Semmelman Hockey All-Star Game to Benefit iShine

On Sunday, April 26th, TABC’s new gym will be the site of the Second Annual Esther Semmelman Memorial All Star Hockey Games. The games are in memory of Esther Semmelman, devoted wife and the mother of Alyssa (Frisch 2016) and David (TABC 2014). Proceeds from the event will benefit iShine, a unique after-school program for

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Bergen Broncos Face JCC on the Palisades

On March 30th, after a tough loss in overtime on the night of a double-header, the 7th grade AAU Bergen Broncos took on the the 8th grade JCC on the Palisades Basketball Team. The Broncos galloped through the game, always maintaining a lead. The team was led by Max Zakheim, hitting 12 points, and Jassin Davis and Rafi Lewis,

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