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June 17, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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Part-time outfielder Debra
Waller, also a junior, earned
her first varsity softball letter
this season, batting .285.
"She was more of a defensive
outfielder than an offensive
outfielder," said Brubaker, ad-
ding, "She will improve next
year. She was probably our
best bunter this year."
Brubaker is also counting
on Kim Gorecki to play short-
stop next season. Gorecki
played on the JV team for
most of the season, then spent
the final four games on the
varsity, going five-for-nine at
bat. Gorecki "made some
outstanding defensive plays,
too."
Junior Melanie Peltz earn-
ed her varsity spot as a
designated runner, but im-
proved her skills during the
season and may see more ex-
tensive action next season.
Sophomore Marnie Aron-
son played for the JV team all
season.

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Collins Ends
Groves Career

Birmingham Groves short-
stop Dan Collins completed
an abbreviated senior season
this month and began his
summer Birmingham
American Legion season.
Collins, who played in 10
games after returning from a
serious bout of food poisoning.
Collins finished with eight
hits in 35 at bats for a .242
average. In his best game,
against Troy Athens, he hit a
two-run triple and a game-
tying, three-run homer in the
seventh inning.
Collins, says Groves coach
Jim Crosby, "defensively did
a very good job for us . . . He's
a top-notch ballplayer."
Sophomore pitcher Brian
Feldman finished with a
misleading 1-4 record in 31
innings with a team-leading
3.16 ERA. He struck out 18
hitters and walked eight.
"There were some tough
losses in there," says Crosby.
"He's a really good pitcher."
Feldman suffered two, one-
run losses this season and
had only one bad outing, ac-
cording to Crosby.

Movo Chargers
Are All-League

Southfield-Lathrup seniors
Rochelle Kaplan and Karen
Schwartz both earned all-
Metro Suburban Activities
Association honors this
season.
Kaplan was the team cap-
tain. She batted .328 and

drove home 16 runs as the
starting catcher. Schwartz,
the centerfielder, hit .417
with 15 RBI and 38 runs
scored. She was voted to the
Coaches' All-District team.
The Chargers were 14-11
overall this season, 6-8 in the
MSAA.
Junior Jackie Scheuer, the
leftfielder, was the team's
rookieof-the-year, hitting .398
with 16 RBI and 38 runs
scored. Senior rightfielder
Aliza Grant hit .327 with 24
RBI. Third baseman Julie
Blather, a senior, batted .238
with 17 RBI. Sophomore
Stefanie Polsky played second
base and hit .256 with 11
RBI. Fellow soph Nikki Kac-
zander played pitcher and
third base. She hit .194 with
five RBI. On the mound she
was 2-1 in 19 innings with a
4.79 ERA.
The young squad lost many
one and two-run games, ac-
cording to coach Don Perry.
"We basically suffered from
inexperience," he said, ad-
ding, "I was satisfied with the
season. And I think the girls
were, too. It was a very en-
joyable season."

Four To Try
For Belts

Four Jewish karate masters
will undergo testing to ad-
vance to a higher level on
Sunday. The four will take
their tests at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity. Center's main gym
from 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Keith Fishman, one of the
four, is trying going for a
fourth degree black belt, as
are Bruce Fishman and
Stewart Schulman. Allen
Hamer, going for his third
degree black belt. Hamer
faces a pre-set test, but the
others will not, according to
Keith Fishman. "I have no
idea what to expect," says
Fishman, whose test will in-
clude some sparring.

Boys Inspire
Fund-Raiser

Although Troy Amoco
dealer Don Sherer organized
the annual Amoco Dealers
against Cystic Fibrosis Golf
Invitationals, the event was
inspired by Richie and Jimmy
Varon. The Jewish brothers
were junior high school
classmates of Sherer's son,
Jonathan. The two also suf-
fered from cystic fibrosis.
Richie Varon's death at age 19
in 1977 prompted the elder
Sherer to organize a commit-
tee to sponsor a golf tourna-
ment for Amoco dealers and

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