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October 21, 1988 - Image 48

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Carly Fried, a sophomore,
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the team's best record, 9-5.
"She was a very good player.
She definitely helped our
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Fried, a transfer student
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Junior Jenny Cohen, a co-
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She missed the regional with
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Freshman Alison Barr played
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Junior co-captain Nicole
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Dena Bernstein's versatili-
ty played a major role in two
recent swimming triumphs
for Birmingham Groves High
School. The Falcons are
unbeaten in dual meet corn-
petition and have been rank-
ed first in the state in Class
A since the first pre-season
ranking.
Two weeks ago, Groves
defeated second-ranked
Grosse Pointe North, 93-79.
Last weekend the Falcons
downed third-ranked Ann Ar-
bor Pioneer by the same score.
Although Bernstein, the
top swimmer at the August
Maccabi Youth Games, did
not win an individual event
in these key Groves meets,
Falcon coach Darin Abbasse
praised her performance.
"Dena was a real key swim-
mer, having to swim in both
meets the 100 fly and the 500
freestyle. She didn't get her
best times but her placings in
both events gave us a lot of
points."
Bernstein, a junior, was se-
cond in both events against
Pioneer, as Groves placed one-
two in both races. She was
fourth in the 100 butterfly
against Grosse Pointe and se-
cond in the 500 free. She also

swam on the winning 400
freestyle relay team in the
latter meet.
Bernstein's freestyle perfor-
mances were particularly im-
pressive because there is on-
ly one race between the 100
fly and the 500 free, giving
her little time to rest.
"She's a very versatile
swimmer," says Abbasse.
"She can swim all strokes, all
distances and gives us a lot of
points. So that's a real big ad-
vantage for us to have. When
I do have to move her around
like that and not give her
much rest in between races,
she knows how to handle it
and she'll never say die."
Groves' toughest remaining
dual-meet test will come
against Birmingham
Seaholm next month. "They
probably have the best dual-
meet team in the state
because they're so deep," says
Abbasse.
Bernstein's individual role
in the state meet may be
limited to the 500 freestyle.
She placed seventh in the
state in that event as a
freshman and holds the
Groves record of 5:12.7. She
will also swim in two relays,
the 200 medley and 400
freestyle.
"We'd like to see her in the
100 fly or the 200 free in-
dividually," explains Abbasse,
"but to help the team it
might be better to put her in
two relays. That's what she
did last year." Groves placed
second in last year's state
meet.

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Jays Struggle
In Soccer Race

After opening the season
with two losses, Southfield
High School's soccer team
entered the week at a respec-
table 7-3-3. They were second
in the Southeastern
Michigan Association at
6-2-2.
But those records are below
the expectations many held
for the talented Blue Jay
squad. Last year's team
reached the state semi-finals,
where an injury to star for-
ward Ya Mok ended their
hopes.
Mok and junior forward
Jason Goldsmith were ex-
pected to provide Southfield's
firepower this season, but
coach Wally Barrett says that
both players are struggling.
Goldsmith, says Barrett,
has "done OK. No one on our
team has managed to do as
well as we were doing last
year."
Barrett says that Goldsmith
missed the first three games
of the season with a back in-
jury. "He's trying to make it

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