Instructional hockey is finally here. Hockey is one of the fastest growing sports in the Bergen County area. Whether on the recreational level or the high school level, more kids are gravitating towards this fast-paced and exciting sport. Bergen County is lucky to have several league options, whether it be ice hockey or floor hockey. While
The Yeshiva men’s soccer team netted four first-half goals to set the tempo as the Maccabees coasted to a 5-0 victory over King’s College at Fairleigh Dickinson University on Wednesday evening.
The host Maccabees took control of the game from the outset, breaking a scoreless tie just 2:05
Yeshiva University Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Jon Rubinstein as head men’s tennis coach. Rubinstein inherits a program that made uUniversity history last spring when it became the first Yeshiva UniversiAty athletics program to earn an automatic qualifier into an NCAA Division III championship.
The Killer B’z finished their regular season on a three-game losing streak, giving them a chip on their shoulders as they entered the postseason.
In the first round, they soundly defeated the Mighty Ducks 13-1.
The second round found the B’z trailing the Rattlers, a team they’d played three years in a row in the semifinals. Late, in the
It took three hours and plenty of sweat for the visiting Clarkstown Stars to defeat the Teaneck Under-8 All-Stars Sunday afternoon at Votee Park. It also took extra innings and a total of 35 walks and 32 strikeouts to decide this match! The final score in seven innings was Clarkstown 13, Teaneck 10.
Early in the game we got a sense that this might be a
The Jewish Link of Bergen County and Gotham Burger would like to award Yeshiva University’s goalie Elana Kook Sportstar of the week. Last week the NCAA released its latest Division III women’s soccer statistics and Kook is the nation’s leader in overall saves. With 104 saves, the 21-year-old senior has made more saves than any other goalkeeper
The Knockers are a proud softball team with a history that is older than some of its current squad. The Knockers got their start in the Bnei Brith Softball league 30 years ago, but several years ago brought their talent to the Bnei Yeshurun league. The team name is derived from the Yiddish word knockers, meaning big shots.
On Sunday the
Longtime sports fans are quite familiar with the expression “it ain’t over, till it’s over.” Proving that this old clich? still has merit, the Teaneck Under-8 All-Star baseball team rallied from a three run deficit in the bottom of the fifth inning on Sunday, defeating the visiting NJ Renegades by an 8-7 score. The game was played at the Club house
I am not sure exactly why I subject myself to these crazy races. I mean, after all, I’m paying to get down on the ground and crawl through giant pits of mud while getting scrapes and bruises. As bizarre as this sounds, the experience is also a huge rush of excitement. The crowd of people and the intense obstacles really make for a great day.
Teaneck 12U fall ball started the fall off with a bang by scoring at least 10 runs in each of their first three games while only giving up 2 runs per game. The stellar pitching staff has been led by Liam Levy who has pitched incredibly and only given up 1 earned in the three games. Eli Goldberg has also been throwing fire, giving up only 2 earned runs and playing a