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July 29, 1988 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-29

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Maccabi Team
Edged In Hoops

The Maccabi basketball
team was beaten at the
buzzer by Detroit Nor-
thwestern High School's
reserves, 62-60, at St.
Cecelia's in Detroit on July
22.
"It was a very entertaining
game," said Maccabi coach
Burt Hurshe.
The Maccabi squad took a
5-0 lead, but soon fell behind
and played catch-up for most
of the game. Lead guard Matt
Hoffman went to the bench
with his fourth foul — it takes
six to foul out — in the second
quarter, as Northwestern
took a 32-26 halftime lead.
Northwestern's lead grew to
10 points in the third quarter.
A three-point play by Joey
Hurshe, assisted by Hoffman,
cut the margin to six, but
Northwestern built its lead t_o
11 after three quarters.
Hoffman and backcourt
mate Jamie Stewart led a
final comeback. A pair of
Stewart free throws made it
60-60 with nine seconds left.
A near-steal almost gave the
Maccabi team the last shot.
Instead, Northwestern drove
the floor and scored at the
buzzer for the win.
Hoffman finished with 26
points, hitting four, three-
point shots. Stewart added 14
points, Hurshe 11 and Brad
Rosenberg nine, while Darin
Frank grabbed ten rebounds.
"We played hard," said
coach Hurshe. "We lost
momentum two or three
times and regained it."
Defensively, added Hurshe,
"we were weak in the transi-
tion game, getting back on
defense . . . I was very happy
with our defense in the half-
court situations."
Hurshe hopes to play
another game'at St. Cecelia's
before the team leaves for the
North American Maccabi
youth games in August.

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Run Benefits
Charities

The third annual "Heart of
the Hills Run," formerly
known as "Run for a Safe
Ride," will be held on Aug. 6
at Bloomfield Hills Andover
High School.
Organized by the Andover
Soccer Boosters and the
Bloomfield Hills Optimist
Club to benefit Special Olym-
pics and other local charities,
the event will feature a 2-Mile
fun run/walk at 8:45 a.m. and
a 10K fitness run at 9 a.m.
Registration forms are
available at both Andover
and Lahser High Schools and
at various other community

locations. To register on the
day of the events, participants
should arrive between
7:15-8:15 a.m.
The races will begin at the
Andover track and proceed
through the streets of Bloom-
field Hills.
Immediately following the
races, medals will be
presented to the top three
male and female finishers in
various age categories.
For further information,
contact Andover soccer coach,
Ibny Sakorafis, 258-6760.

Pistons' Star
Holds Camp

The "Microwave," Vinnie
Johnson, will teach at an All-
Star basketball camp at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, Aug. 22-26.
The Pistons' guard will give
personal instruction in of-
fense, defense, team play and
ballhandling skills. Campers
receive a T-shirt, gym bag,
posters and souvenir photos.
There are separate sessions
for 13-17-year olds and
8-12-year olds. There is a
charge.
For more information, call
Cindy at the center, 661-1000,
extension 240.

Israeli Wins
Moscow Race

Aviv (JTA) — Mazal
Shalom, Israel's top long-
distance runner,won the
15-kilometer "Moscow Peace
Race" through the streets of
the Soviet capital July 17. .
Her time was 53.36 minutes.
Shalom was the first Israeli
athlete to compete in the
Soviet Union since Moscow
broke diplomatic ties with
Israel in 1967. She is a
member of the Hapoel sports
club in Beersheba.
The race was sponsored by
Trud, the Soviet trade union
newspaper. Shalom par-
ticipated under an agreement
reached in April between
Hapoel and the Soviet sports
syndicate, within the
framework of the interna-
tional trade unions' sports
movement.
The Israeli woman beat
runners from 20 countries, in-
cluding Russians who are ex-
pected to be members of the
Soviet Olympic team in
Seoul, South Korea, this
September.

Fall Softball
Registration

Registration begins Mon-
day for Oak Park's mens,
women's and men's 50 and
over fall softball leagues.
There is an entry fee.

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