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Exercising Boomer Style

Much to my chagrin, I learned recently that I am an alterkaker. I was at the Kaiserman JCC taking the twice-weekly Boomer Bootcamp class, when...

Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Inducting Another Banner Class in 2017

Jayson Stark finds it fitting that he and Joe Banner, whom he had never met until they ran into each other in a Margate,...

Perseverance Pays Off for New Phillie and Team Israel Player Ty Kelly

It took eight years for Ty Kelly, a 2009 13th-round pick of the Baltimore Orioles, to reach the major leagues, making his debut May...

Men With Local Ties Play Key Role in NFL Draft Preparations

When NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell steps onto the stage at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 27 to announce the first draft pick,...

Overlooked Bucks County Joins Maccabi Fold

“Hey, what about us?” For years, folks have passed the Bucks (as in Bucks County) when it comes to putting together athletic competition for younger...

JCC Maccabi Games a Chance for Competition and Heritage Connection

There’s more to the JCC Maccabi Games than mere athletic competition. “It’s not just about the sports,” organizer Marti Berk said. “It’s giving kids a...

Israeli Cachibol for Moms Gaining Momentum in U.S.

By Toby Tabachnick   Ofra Abramovich was caught up in the routine of her life as a stay-at-home mom in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv when...

Jewish Youth Basketball League Hopes to Recapture SPHAS’ Glory Days

As a kid growing up in Abington, Mickey Black would always hear the stories from his grandfather. He’d hear about these Jewish ballplayers from South...

Left-hander Jeremy Bleich Hoping to Lead Israel in World Baseball Classic

If you’ve never heard of Jeremy Bleich, you’re not alone. After all, it’s been a while since the New Orleans product — who was...
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Baltimore Lacrosse Star Commits to Penn

Sam Cordish, a star high school lacrosse goalie in Baltimore, has committed to play at the University of Pennsylvania. Sam Cordish has come a long...