Saturday, September 19, 2020


Bruriah Basketball

Bruriah secured a home court advantage in the A League with a 49-41 regular-season finale victory against Hillel.

Led by senior co-captains Nikki Bick and Michal Hyman, the Lightning led by as many as 10 until midway through the 4th quarter, when Hillel made a run and closed to within 2. The Lightning,


Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week Mo Proctor

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Mo Proctor as Sportstar of the week. The 15-year-old TABC sophomore is averaging 20+ points a game, while being the focal point of the opposing team’s defense. Proctor displayed that he can handle the pressure when he hit a fade away three at the


Sports Scenes


Why is Everyone Wearing My Shirt?

Jerseyans Run For Chai Lifeline

As I walked into the huge ballroom of the Eden Roc Hotel last Friday evening, I was struck by two things. First, the ballroom, the site for Team Lifeline activities during the weekend leading up to the Miami Marathon and Half-Marathon, was stuffed


Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Rivki Hook

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 15-year-old Rivki Hook as Sportstar of the Week. Rivki has been an active athlete all her life playing softball, basketball, swim, and soccer. When her grandfather and role model Moish Koenig (a”h) passed away last March, she decided to take on a new


SAR Sting Captures JV Hockey Western Division Crown

Through nine games of the regular season, the SAR JV hockey team has exceeded expectations en route to an undefeated 9-0 record and its first division title in five years.

In his preseason rankings, “Yeshiva Hockey Guru” Elliot Weiselberg tabbed the SAR Sting as the fourth best team


SAR JV Basketball Takes Two-in-a-Row

The JV Sting soundly defeated Heschel last week, 40-30, raising its record to 8-1. SAR was led by Daniel Wisotsky’s 15 points and Sammy Sokol’s 10. Down 4 in a sloppy first half, SAR switched to a press in the second half and the players’ energy level was raised. Zach Reich provided an incredible spark off the bench, lifting SAR to


Lady Cougars Beat the Heat in Season Finale

On February 1st, the Frisch girls’ varsity basketball team ended its season (9-3) with a victory over the Hillel Heat. The final score of the game was 38-37, the sixth out of their nine victories to end with a score differentials of less than 3 points.

The Frisch Cougars were up by 6 in the


RYNJ Jaguars Hockey Making History

With one game left, the RYNJ Jaguars hockey team is on the verge of making RYNJ Hockey history, being undefeated and in first place in its division with 17 points. There have been tough games along the way, but with the leadership of coaches Steve Schaffer and Dov Elefant the team has been able to rise to the challenges.


Friendship Circle Sports League Kicks Off With a Bounce!

Valley Chabad’s Friendship Circle was excited to launch its 2015 winter season Sports League for children and teens with special needs on Sunday, January 25th with over 50 participants and volunteers.

The Sports League, now beginning its 8th


Yeshiva University Men’s Volleyball: Redux

After an undefeated season in HVIAC play, which ended with a sweep over St. Joseph’s-Brooklyn in the championship round, the Maccabees expect to be highly competitive once again in the league, while continuing to work toward upping their rank in the ultra-competitive Skyline Conference.


MTA Varsity Hockey Team Improves to 8-4

On January 28th, the Varsity Hockey Lions began the second half of their season with a game against JEC. The contest promised to be interesting because it was held just three days after a majority of the team members had run in the Miami Half Marathon, raising significant money for Chai Lifeline. It was also MTA Senior