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Tuesday, July 07, 2020

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Cougars Cool the Heat 15-0 in Season Opener

It was an offensive explosion on Monday night when the Frisch Cougars traveled to play the Heschel Heat. There were goals, and then some more, and then a lot more goals as Frisch dropped 15 on the Heschel Heat, who, ironically, were not so hot.

The Cougar lead scorer was Odi Haramati, who opened up his

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FC Teaneck Storming Past All Opponents

The Teaneck Storm have had ana mazing week, going 3-0 to stand alone as the number one team in the league.

On Sunday, October 19th, the Storm topped Ironbound in Newark 6-2. The offense came on a tandem hat-trick, as Eitan Kirsch and Josh Matheson each scored twice. The team played terrific

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Bruriah Basketball Report

Bruriah B League opened its season with a decisive victory on the road against Shaare Torah. The team got off to a slow start and yet scored its first basket two minutes into the game. Shaare Torah tied the score at 2 by converting two foul shots. BBL took over shortly after and went on a 24-0 run.

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MYHSAL Hockey Season Preview

The Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Hockey League will kick off its Varsity and Junior Varsity seasons this coming week heralding a start to the 2014-2015 Yeshiva League hockey year. Coming off of last year’s All-East varsity championship between defending champion HAFTR and runner-up DRS, the Western Conference schools are

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Jewish Link Gotham Burger Sport Star of the Week – Naomi Kutin

The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 13-year-old Naomi Kutin as this week’s Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week.

Twelve-year-old Naomi Kutin of Fair Lawn, N.J., has made quite a name for herself as a world-record-smashing powerlifter, garnering accolades

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Teaneck 10U Splits “Day-Day” Double-Header with PBI

Teaneck 10U split a “day-day” double-header with the PBI Eagles, winning the first game in thrilling fashion before dropping the “nightcap.”

Zachary Gibber was the star of Game One, driving in four runs–including the tying and go-ahead runs with two outs in the top of the 6th and throwing out

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Fear the Lions (MTA JV Basketball Report)

MTA is a school with a storied basketball legacy, but experienced a few bumps in the road last season. Under the leadership of head coach Yosef Weinberger and assistant coach Meir Simcha Stromer, MTA has high hopes for the 2014-2015 season.

The Lions bolstered their roster with freshmen Chaim Weinstein,

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SAR JV Boys Basketball Exhibition Win

SAR JV Boys Basketball defeated Flatbush, 44-41, in their preseason exhibition opener. Despite being down by 12 in the 3rd, SAR came back against the defending league finalists. Dovie Marcus led the charge with 10 points and six blocks and Amichai Feit came off the bench to score 8. Daniel Wisotsky hit a 3-pointer well beyond the arc with

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With Israeli Basketball Legends in Brooklyn, Friends of the IDF Pays Tribute To Wounded Soldiers

Oct. 8, Brooklyn – Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), Maccabi USA, Maccabi World Union, and Maccabi Tel-Aviv hosted a VIP reception Monday before the Brooklyn Nets took on the Israeli and European hoops champions Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the Nets’ first pre-season game. The VIP reception paid special tribute to Israeli soldiers

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Israel Premier League to Begin Play in 2015

The Israel Premier Lacrosse League (IPLL) will officially kick off its inaugural season in the summer of 2015, with four to six men’s teams competing in major cities across the Jewish State.

The league will be comprised of primarily collegiate players with NCAA eligibility remaining, and visiting

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