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May 20, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Howard Golding Gets
A Second OP Stint

MIKE ROSENBAUM

Sports Writer

n March, 1984, Howard
Golding sat in the blue
seats of Ann Arbor's
Crisler Arena and watched
the Oak Park High School
boys basketball team win the
state Class B championship.
Like most Oak Parkers,
Golding was pleased. But he
had mixed emotions. Seven
seasons earlier, Golding
resigned as the Redskins'
coach, "for personal reasons,"
he says. Now, as he watched
his former assistant, Dick
Griest, coach Oak Park to a ti-
tle, Golding's wife, Rita, ask-
ed him how he felt.
"I said, well, I'm happy for
the kids and I'm happy for
Dick, but I'd be a liar to say
that it didn't affect me when,
if I didn't give it up, I could've
been down there."
Golding will have another
chance to be "down there,"
with Oak Park. Last week he
accepted the varsity coaching
job, following Griest's
resignation.
"Here I am again, a little
older and a whole hot more
experienced," says Golding,
who will likely be the only
Jewish varsity boys basket-
ball coach in Michigan this
season. "This time around,
my goal is to try to get back
what I saw Dick Griest do. For
me to take Oak Park, and in-
stead of sitting in the blue
seats, I want to sit down on
the floor of Crisler."
Golding coached boys
basketball in Oak Park from
1967-71 at Clinton Junior
High and from 1971-75 at
Frost Junior High, which is
now Roosevelt Middle School.
In 1975 he became the varsi-
ty coach at Oak Park High
and led the Redskins to a 14-5
season and a Metro West
League championship. He
resigned during the next
season.
Golding did not return to
coaching until 1984, at
Roosevelt. "I thought that I'd
get back into coaching again
at a lower level. Less pressure.
Just to be around the game."
But Golding's success
thwarted his desire to remain
at a lower level. Roosevelt's
boys were 23-1 in his first
season, 24-0 the next.
Meanwhile, Oak Park
athletic director Howard
Stone sought out Golding for
the girl's varsity job. Initial-
ly reluctant, Golding took the
job. The Redskin's girls pro-
gram, was in poor shape, with
no junior varsity feeder

system. They finished 4-15 in
1985-86, then improved to
10-10 the next season.
Golding gave up the
Roosevelt job to take over as
Birmingham Seaholm's boys
JV coach and varsity assis-
tant in 1986-87. The JV team
finished 13-7 in his first year
and 14-6 last season. The Oak
Park girls, bolstered by
transfer students Tracey and
Stacey Thomas, had the best
season in its history. They
were 17-3 overall and won the
Suburban Athletic Con-
ference with an 11-1 mark.
Golding was named con-
ference coach of the year.
Golding this season will on-
ly coach the Redskin varsity,
which his family will no
doubt appreciate. On his part,
Golding appreciates his fami-
ly's patience during his years
in which he coached during
back-to-back seasons. "I have
a very understanding wife .. .
and my kids (Jamie, 11, and
Andrea, 8) are very involved
and love the game."
Golding says that if all of
Oak Park's players remain
academically eligible to com-
pete, "there's enough talent
there to make a run for Class
B, for the championship."
For Golding, the challenge
begins again this fall.

Jewish Vets
End Season

Jerry Superstein finished
with the highest average
among competitors in the
Jewish War Veterans bowling
le Ague. Sui:_,erstein averaged
184.78 pins per game.
Team 17 won the overall
season team championship.
The team consists of Sid
Weiss, Mike Bez, Bernie Har-
wood and Randy Harwood.
The new season begins on
Aug. 31. There are openings
for new bowlers. Any Jewish
war veterans who are in-
terested in bowling should
call Mort Morgolis, 353-3042.
High scores for the Jewish
War Vets' final week:
High serie.s:
Larry Garfinkle
635
High games:
232
Larry Garfinkle
222
Randy Harwood
Iry Segal
219
Jerry Superstein
217
Albert Fagenson
214
Alan Krause
213
Larry Garfinkle
210
Willie Geer
209

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