Friday, September 18, 2020


Moriah 7b Takes First Place

On December 14th, the (4-0) Noam 7th grade boys’ basketball team traveled to (3-0) Moriah in a battle for first place, which is what most fans believe will be a preview of the YMSSA 7th grade boys’ championship basketball game.

The excitement began from the


Ma’ayanot JV Basketball

On Thursday night, December 11, the Ma’ayanot Rapids were victorious once again.

In the 1st quarter freshman Jessie Orgel scored 10 points for the Rapids which included 2-pointers, foul shots, and a 3-pointer. Along with those 10 points, sophomore Alyssa Felder scored another 4 points. The 1st quarter


SAR Varsity Wrestling report Sting Sports Update

On December 14th, in an exciting rival match against TABC, SAR wrestling won 50-28!

Wins came from Ori Feinberg in a 15-14 decision, Max Berger by pin, Jeremy Berger by a technical fall, Jonathan Wiener by pin, Cfir Feinberg by pin, Leo Weiner by pin, Aidan Smolar by pin, Kenny “Bear” Burstein by


MGBL Team Freed Oil 4th/ 5th Grade Girls Champs

In the first of two exciting MGBL girls’ championship games, Freed Oil Co. defeated StateStreetSmiles.com 24-17 in OT in the 4th/5th grade division.

The game began as a defensive battle with the score 4-2 at the half and 9-4 after three periods with StateStreetSmiles.com in the lead.


Seventh Grade Knights Keep on Rolling

The Noam Knights defeated Yavneh 41-37 in a game that was a lot closer than many had expected.

Playing without one of their top players, Yavneh was led by the inside play of Ami Citron (18) and the sweet shooting of Eitan Dukas (13) and was able to build a 6-point lead early in the 2nd quarter. The


Lions Score Massive Victory over Cougars

This past Wednesday the MTA Varsity Lions Hockey team took on the Frisch Cougars in the Lion’s Den. The game was a battle of two of the top teams in the division, both with talent to win the championship.

MTA took the momentum from its 7-0 win against HANC and continued it into the 1st period,


MYHSAL as of 12/15/14

Boys Varsity Hockey Standings. Western Conference





Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Josh Levy

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 8-year-old Josh Levy as this week’s “Sportstar of the Week.” Josh not only has hockey in his blood, he has hockey coming out of all pores. He is currently a standout goalie in the Floyd Hall Ice Hockey League; this past summer he was the goalie


MTA JV Lions Win Again, Improve Record to 4-0

The MTA Lions JV basketball team tipped off against the Heschel Heat on Thursday night and once again walked away victorious. The Lions improve their record to 4-0, staying undefeated in regular season play. The final score was 48-36.

Yehuda Colton paced the Lions with 14 points, while the Buchbinders




MTA Hockey Captain Sets Scoring Record

In a decisive Yeshiva Hockey League Eastern Conference matchup, the MTA Varsity Hockey Lions stormed through the first place HANC Hurricane, led by a record setting effort by Captain Ami Rosenfeld of Teaneck.

The Lions set the tone early, controlling play and keeping the ball in HANC’s zone


Jewish Girls and Sports

According to Kidshealth.org and the Women’s Sports Foundation, there are five reasons girls should play sports:

1. Girls who play sports do better in school.

2. Girls who play sports learn teamwork and goal setting skills.


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