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Kushner Varsity Hockey Overcomes Deficit, Advances to Semifinals

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.

This would

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TABC Playoff Basketball Sweeps Brooklyn

(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

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YU Men’s Basketball: Skyline Champs Again

(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

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TABC Varsity Heads to Bball Championship!

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.

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MGBL Minute

In a game that went to wire, the Glatt Express & Lazy Bean Café team defeated Toppan Merrill 26-24. The Glatt Express team came out hot while Toppan was ice cold to start the game. Glatt Express took a commanding 18-0 lead in what everyone in attendance thought would be a

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Second Grade Boys Division

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JEC Eighth Grade Boys Basketball Is 19-1 Over Two Seasons

March Madness started early in JEC league championship play. Last Wednesday night’s first round playoff against Manhattan Day School went from a healthy lead to a nail-biter, with the game almost tied in the fourth quarter, but JEC ultimately came through with the win and a final score of 43-37.

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My Tel Aviv Marathon Experience

Only a fraction of a percentage of people in the world have finished a full 26.2 mile marathon. After joining that exclusive club this past Friday at the Tel Aviv Marathon, I now understand why the number is so low. The weeks of preparation are time consuming and from the moment you start until a couple of days after you

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SAR Girls Varsity Bball Sting The Hawks, Advance to Champs

(Courtesy of SAR) SAR girl’s varsity traveled to HAFTR Tuesday night to face the 11-1 Hawks in this semifinal match up. SAR looked to avenge their loss to HAFTR In the seeding rounds of the Glouberman Tournament.

The game started slowly with each team trading baskets and trying to settle into

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The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Miri Hochberg

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 14-year-old Miri Hochberg as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The eighth grader at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey is averaging double digit points per game and is a huge part of the team’s run to the championship game. The RYNJ

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Moriah Tops Kushner to Capture YMSSA Blue Hockey Championship

When the Moriah Mountaineers and Kushner Cobras faced each other during the season, the thrilling matchup kept everyone on the edge of their seats throughout the game. Kushner had a two goal lead going into the third, and Moriah was able to pull away with a come-from-behind win. With that game in recent memory, we all knew

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