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August 07, 1987 - Image 40

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SPORTS

FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1987

Dr. Robert
Beitman

Dr. Robert
Clark

Dr. Amy
Eston

Dr. Lawrence
L. Stocker, P.C.

Coaches Doug Hoffman, left, and Burt Hurshe guard Matt Hoffman.

Scott Castleman, of Cran-
brook High, returns this year
after reaching the semi-finals
in singles at Toronto. "I'm
sure-our team is going to be
one of the strongest this sum-
mer in Cleveland," says Ring.
"I can't imagine other teams
having that strong of a team."
The soccer team is built
from last year's Toronto
group, which also played in an
indoor league during the
winter. The new coach is
Gabriel Attar, a former first
division Israeli player who
immigrated to the U.S. 18
months ago. Recent soccer
practices gave the players a
chance to get used to playing
together again. "I really
would like to see a Little
Caesar's (League) Maccabi
team, which is a little bit dif-
ficult, because as far as I
understand, these kids are
playing all over (in the sum-
mer). I would like to see them
playing on one team."
Attar also hopes to recruit
more 13-15 year-old players to
form a nucleus for next year's
North American Games in
Chicago. Many of his current
players are 16 and will be too
old to compete in Chicago
next summer.
In
preparation
for
Cleveland, the soccer team is
hosting a four-team, round-
robin tournament on Sunday
at the Jewish Community
Center. Participating teams
include Maccabi, Southfield
Strikers, Ferndale Intra and
the Royal Oak Soccer Club.
The softball team is coach-
ed by Tony Spokajny. "Most of
the guys are fairly well-
experienced playing base-
ball," he says. "Most of 'em
are in leagues, a lot of 'em are
away at summer camp —
ibaseball camp or other sports
:camps." He does not expect to
field a power-hitting team,
]but expects to have good

speed. "We're going to try to
hustle and scratch out runs
and concentrate on beating
out hits, stretching singles in-
to doubles and doubles into
triples."
Merel Epstein choches the
track team. His squad has
paid its dues this summer,
training through the hot and
humid weather. "They range
in age from 11 through 16
years old. Many of them com-
pete in track for their
schools," Epstein says.
Swimming coach Herb
Bernstein's team will be led
by his daughter, Dena, who
took one gold, three silver and
a bronze medal in Toronto,
plus Erica Rice, who won
three medals in relays last
summer. Missing will be Lin-
da Goldstein, the 12-year-old
who won five golds and one
silver in Toronto. "Linda's not
going (to Cleveland). There
wouldn't be any competition
for her at this meet," says
Bernstein, who calls Golds-
tein the top 12-year-old swim-
mer in Michigan.
The 11-Detroit swimmers
will compete in 11 events over
two days. "This is low-key, so
there may be only one kid
swimming one event, or
maybe just two or three kids
in one event," explains Bern-
stein. "It's nothing like it's
going to be when we go to
Chicago."
The racquetball team will
consist of just three players.
Coached by John Cohen, the
team includes Nicole Mantel,
a gold medal winner at Toron-
to in table tennis. There is no
table tennis competition at
Cleveland. "I think they're
going to acquit themselves
well," says Cohen, "but I don't
think we'll come home with
any medals — maybe Nicole
might win a medal . . . I think
the most important thing is
to experience it, and to live in

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