Monday, October 23, 2017

Sports

Yemin Orde Dedicates New Soccer Complex in Memory of Jewish Athletes Who Perished in the Holocaust

(Courtesy of Friends of Yemin Orde) Mt. Carmel, Israel—Yemin Orde Youth Village in Israel officially dedicated its new soccer field complex on Sunday,

Bronx Basketball Academy Returns for a Third Season

The Bronx Basketball Academy is a unique youth basketball program that

YU Men’s Golf Knocks Off Old Westbury for Second Straight Win

(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University men’s golf team earned a victory over Old Westbury, 334-356, at the Pelham Bay Golf Course last week. The Maccabees now start the season 2-0.

YU Women’s Tennis Dominates Mount Saint Mary

(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University women’s tennis team earned a Skyline win over Mount Saint Mary College, 9-0, on the Mount Saint Mary tennis courts last week. Yeshiva bumps its record to 4-1

Yeshiva University Women’s Volleyball Drops Back-And-Forth Affair to Lehman College

(yumacs.com) Senior middle blocker Gavriela Colton led the Maccabees’ (1-6) attack with five kills, while senior setter Esther Alexander had a team-high 13 assists. Classmate Ilana Leggiere anchored the defense with seven

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Adira Orbach

The Jewish Link and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 15-year-old Adira Orbach as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Salanter Akiba Riverdale (SAR) rising junior will be starting her third season as a member of the varsity Sting basketball team. Her

New Rochelle’s Gerald Cohen to Run Marathon for Adam

Adam Krief was a rockstar in his own right. The Los Angeles-based father of three, who succumbed to a rare form of cancer at the age of 32, spearheaded a worldwide movement within the Jewish, but particularly Sephardic Jewish, community to encourage others with similar heritage to get swabbed to find out their eligibility as a bone

SAR Girls Softball Wraps Up Great Season

Annual Lincoln Park Jewish Center Father’s Day Basketball Tournament Benefits Autism Research

Fathers competed against their sons at the 10th annual Lucy Eisler Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, played on Father’s Day on the courts of the Lincoln Park Jewish Center on Central Park Avenue in Yonkers. Mike Mathews, known to his teammates as “Big Mike,” is a former power forward and center

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft and NFL Hall of Famers Visit Israeli Air Force Base

Rehovot, Israel – New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft visited the Israeli Air Force (IAF)’s Tel Nof air base yesterday with a delegation of 18 American National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famers to show their support for the brave soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). The visit was organized by Friends of the

Play Ball With (or Against) Your Father on Father’s Day

Sunday, June 18, is Father’s Day, and a great day to compete with your father at the 10th Annual Lucy Eisler Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament. Balls hit the backboards at the Lincoln Park Jewish Center’s basketball court on Father’s Day starting at 9:30 a.m. LPJC members Nathan and

South Riverdale Little Leagues Unite Community in All-Star Baseball Game

On Sunday, May 28, the South Riverdale Little League and Riverdale Jewish Center’s Kosher Little League joined together for an all-star community baseball game.

Three players from each SRLL minor league team (ages seven-ten) and three players from

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