The Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Avigayil Shapiro, 17, as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The recent Ma’ayanot graduate had a terrific four years at Ma’ayanot. When she was a sophomore and junior, she was captain of the Ma’ayanot
On May 27, students from Westchester Torah Academy had the opportunity of a lifetime when they performed as musicians at the world-famous Carnegie Hall. Third graders from WTA spent the year participating in a curriculum called “Link Up,” a program in which students in Grades 3 through 5 are given the chance to study music
The SAR girls varsity tennis team continues their winning streak, winning all their matches this season by defeating Heschel, Kushner, Ramaz, Hillel, Frisch, North Shore and Central. The 7-0 record clinches their first place in the division and league. They beat Central 3-2 in the championship game in one of the closest
While the day started off with the dreer of rain, it ended with joy for the Ma’ayanot Rapids who were reigned this year’s softball champions.
At 7:30 p.m. the Rapids started their warm up for the big game, complete with music for some pregame ruach. They played their favorite songs between
It was a beautiful Father’s Day morning as the junior varsity softball MTA Lions took to the field against the DRS Wildcats of the Five Towns for the 2016 Yeshiva League Championship. Tension filled the air as these two powerhouse teams got set to face off. On the MTA side of the field, family, fellow students and faculty enjoyed
From the opening kickoff, the Sting took the league by storm. The team scored 127 goals and won 3 out of the 11 games by mercy rules (a victory of greater than 7 goals). When they met up with the Noam Knight on Monday night they knew they were in for a more competitive match.
Noam scored first
NBA Sacramento Kings forward Omri Casspi is calling on supporters to “show their true colors” and help support Israeli charities.
The Israeli basketball champion is giving back to his homeland by leading a drive to raise $200,000 for four Israeli charities. The week-long fundraising
The 2016 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament took place this past Sunday, in Yeshiva Har Torah in Queens, New York. Eight junior high hockey teams gathered to compete for the crown of the most prestigious and the longest running hockey tournament in any age group in the tri-state area. The teams were divided into groups of