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August 12, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-12

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BOYS' SOFTBALL

Friday, August 12,

from 10 AM til 11 PM

Craig Aronoff, Steve
Goldman and Gabe Levitt
return from the 1986 bronze
medalists. Coach rIbny Spoka-
jny's squad also includes Eric
Brand, Steve Goldman, Rob
Lakritz, Jeff Moss, Mark
Nakisher, Andrew Roether,
Jon Rosenbaum, Josh Rubin,
Phillip Siegel, David Singer,
Craig Sukenic, Dale Turken
and Scott Turken.

TRACK

The 1986 team earned two
individual and • one relay
medal, but none of those par-
ticipants will return to
Chicago. The squad, coached
by Merle Epstein and Joel
Kashdan, includes Mark Har-
win, Sarah Kolodin, Mark
Prince, Jon Ruby, Marek
Sakwa, Isa Schwarzberg,
David Sidder and Kirsten
Silverman.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1988

Neal Brand and David Got-
tesman will play on coach
John Cohen's team.

WRESTLING

Stuart Shapiro of Mt. Plea-
sant, a 112-pound high school
wrestler, and Eric Swartz,
who wrestled at 185 for the
West Bloomfield High fresh-
man team last year, are
Detroit's only grapplers.
Brian Greenstein, who
wrestles at Ferris State
University, helped Swartz at
one workout, giving him in-
formation on the freestyle
technique which the Maccabi
Games will use. "I had him
come to one of my workouts,"
says Greenstein, "and I ex-
plained all the rules to him
and showed him some moves
for freestyle." Michigan high

school wrestling is more
restrictive than freestyle in
the types of holds which are
allowed. The point-scoring
system is also different.
Greenstein will probably
not attend the games, but
may give more help to the
wrestlers before they leave for
Chicago.

SOCCER

As with most other sports,
the soccer players have spent
the summer on separate
teams or in separate camps
and have not practiced
together as a full team. Re-
cent practices have drawn
more players. The team's key
problem is the lack of a
goalkeeper. Coach Gabriel At-
tar was still not certain, in
early August, who would play
in the net.
Attar was also not certain
what style the team will play.
"We've been working most of
the time on skills and I
haven't even thought about it
. . . It depends on what kind
of team we play, what their
weaknesses are. I like to play
open. I don't like to close my
game. But if we will play
teams that will push on us
hard, we'll have to change the
system.
"Basically we're gonna go
there and enjoy ourselves.
Without a goalie it's very dif-
ficult . . . In Chicago we're go-
ing to play teams that will
notice it very fast."
The team consists of Shaw
Brown, Brian Feldman, Greg
Hirsch, Andrew Horowitz,
Howard Larky, Mark Lebo-
vitz, Ari Nessel, Jason
O'Desky, Eric Pevzner, Joel
Pittman, Josh Richelieu, Jef-
frey Starkman, Jonathan
Starkman, Randy Sweetwine
and Brad Trivax. The assis-
tant coach is Steve Robinson.

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