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Ironman in Canada: Part 2

“The point of a journey is not to arrive,” Neil Peart.

The journey is the prize.

(No, the prize is that prize. The only reason to do anything is the trophy.)

There is a greater reward. One that you find inside

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The RAIN on Water Event Space Sportstar of the Week: Dovid Last

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize 7-year-old Dovid Last as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The second grader at Yavneh Academy is having a great season for MGBL’s Greystone & Co. Earlier this season he wowed the crowd by hitting a buzzer beater with two seconds on the

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SPORTS SCENES

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Ramaz Upsets Frisch; Advances to Semis

Ramaz varsity hockey’s incredible run continues! After a dominating win at North Shore, Ramaz travelled to Paramus to face Frisch, the defending champs. Ramaz split the season series vs. Frisch 1-1 with a win at home but a loss at Frisch. Frisch was coming off a loss at DRS, their final game of the season. With Frisch favored to

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MGBL Minute

In an exciting matchup between two 3-1 teams in the Jason M. Suss, DMD fifth/sixth grade division, Camp Shalom faced off against Cellectar Biosciences, Inc. The two teams went up and down the court scoring on both ends in this high scoring affair. Camp Shalom had big games from Noah Rubenstein and David

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MGBL Schedule

Second Grade Boys Division

TEAM

WINS

LOSS

TIES

WINNING PERCENTAGE

Center for

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TABC Varsity Basketball Tops Frisch to Advance to Semis

(Courtesy of TABC) The TABC varsity basketball team hosted the Frisch Cougars in Teaneck on Wednesday night in the first round of the playoffs and the stakes couldn’t have been higher. After splitting the season series, the teams were ready to duke it out again with a spot in the quarterfinals on the line. The Storm limped into

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Jewish 14 and Under Avalanche Team Wins NJ Ice Hockey Title

Every April, hundreds of youth hockey teams are formed to begin practicing for the upcoming season that starts after the summer. Organizations have tryouts and then divide the players into appropriate levels of play on various teams. This past spring, the NJ Avalanche formed a team not based on skill but rather based on a

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Bruriah JV Volleyball Is Off to the Playoffs

Congrats to the Bruriah JV volleyball team on their victory against Ramaz this past week. The team is now off to the second round of the playoffs!

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SAR Sting Basketball Wins Overtime Thriller

The SAR Sting defeated the Ramaz Rams 48-47 in an overtime thriller. Ramaz started off the game strong, taking a commanding 24-13 lead just minutes into the second quarter. SAR clawed its way back with swarming defense and a few buckets in transition. With less than a minute left in the game, Joseph Gross’ and-one basket gave SAR

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Lander College Sports Marketing Class Visits ESPN Studios

(Courtesy of Lander College) Professor Ira Jaskoll’s sports marketing class at Lander College for Men visited the ESPN studios in Manhattan and sat in Michael Kay’s studio. The visit was arranged by David Waters and Troy Jefferson of ESPN Radio. The students also met Bart Scott and Alan Hahn in their studio and learned about

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Metropolitan Yeshiva High School Athletic League MYHSAL

Girls Varsity A Basketball

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