RYNJ Jaguars seventh-eighth grade girls basketball had another season to remember in 2019-2020, finishing with a 9-2 record. Led by captains Nechama Adler and Miri Hochberg, head coach Shaina Gross and assistant coach Barbra Solomon could not be more proud of what the team accomplished this season. With only five returning players
The #13 Macs’ historic season has officially come to an end— not via a loss, but due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Although the NCAA attempted to continue conference tournament play without any fan presence, NCAA President Mark Emmert was left no choice when all U.S. major sports leagues postponed or canceled their seasons
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 13-year-old Noah Fishman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The eighth grader at the Moriah School, like many 13-year-old boys, loves playing basketball. Since he was 8-years-old, he has been playing in AAU, rec leagues and summer camps. As
(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The No. 13 Yeshiva University men’s basketball team earned a victory in its NCAA tournament second round game over Penn State Harrisburg, 102-83, at Goldfarb Gymnasium on Saturday evening. Yeshiva advances to the Sweet 16, where they will play nationally ranked No. 3 Randolph-Macon College next
(Courtesy of TABC Sports) On Wednesday night, TABC hosted DRS for the varsity semifinal game. The night began with a pregame Purim shiur from TABC’s Rabbi Dovid Einhorn. After the shiur there was Chickie’s, and as the fans fueled up on food, the school began filling up. As the tip-off drew near, the gym was packed, not
Ramaz came into Kushner with energy and motivation. After a shocking upset win over Frisch, Ramaz continued its stunning cup run with a 5-3 win over Kushner. Three goals from captain Eddie Catton, earning him YLP player of the week, and two goals from Joey Kaplan led Ramaz to victory. EJ Singer also played incredibly well
(Courtesy of TABC) The TABC JV hockey team headed out to the Five Towns for a big semifinal matchup against DRS on Sunday. With the stakes as high as ever, the Storm played their most complete game of the season. Offense, defense and goaltending all came together to deliver a resounding 4-1 victory on the road. The Storm defense
The Kushner Cobras faced off against the Rambam Ravens in a quarterfinal matchup that has seen these two teams face off against each other for the last three seasons. The Cobras had defeated the Ravens earlier in the season 5-2, but the playoffs always result in tougher competition.
(Courtesy of TABC) The TABC Storm basketball program had a great week of playoff basketball in Brooklyn. First, it was the JV team heading to Flatbush for a quarterfinal game. Always a tough place to win, the Storm jumped out to a nice first-half lead. But Flatbush did not go away of course and the lead was cut to just three in the
(Courtesy of yumacs.com) For the second time in three years, the Yeshiva University men’s basketball team captured the Skyline Conference championship, thanks to an 86-74 victory over Purchase College, at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Sunday afternoon. The Maccabees earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III tournament
Congratulations to the TABC Varsity basketball team which defeated DRS 58-46 as the paper went to press this past Wednesday night. Pictured above is the happy TABC team in the locker room right after the big win. The Storm will play the winner of the Shaare Torah-SAR semi-final which has been delayed due to coronavirus concerns.