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good will happen. If he gets
double-teamed, he kicks it out
to Joey on one side or Jeff on
the other and they can hit the
shot."
The team has had few prac-
tices together, but Hurshe
said the players are all work-
ing individually and staying
in shape.
Three-point threats at the
guards are Joey Hurshe and
point guard Rosenberg.
Seth Hoffman, Matt's
brother, will come off the
bench. The younger Hoffman
is a champion tennis player
who apparently chose basket-
ball because he felt it would
be more of a challenge.
The basketball team won a
bronze in Cleveland and was
a quarterfinalist last year.
"We want the kids to have
fun," Hurshe said, "and
realize it's a tournament that
stresses Judaism and being
proud of that, and also being
good Jewish athletes and
representing your city well."

Detroit Junior Maccabi
teams:
Racquetball
Coach Stu Gottesman.
Members: David Gottesman,
Neil Brand.
Track and Field
Coach: Joel Kashdan.
Members: Merrek Sakwa,
David Epstein, Jodi Sidder,
Sari Berman, Marc Goldman,
Aaron Weitzman, Louis
Geller, Josh Chinitz, Ryan
Kaluzny, Mark Harwin,
Jeanette Rubenstein, Sara
Kolodin, Jayson Klotz, Steven
Baer, Aaron Kobernik.
Boys Soccer
Coach: Gabe Attar. Assis-

tant coach: Steve Robinson.
Members: Jeff Berger, An-
drew Horowitz, Howard
Larky, Ari Nessel, Josh
Richelew, David Sidder, Jef-
frey Starkman, John Stark-
man, Danny Newman, David
Hitsky, Ben Pinsky, Shaw
Brown, Brian Fantich, Jayson
Klotz, Zack Renderman.
Tennis
Coach: Susan Molino.
Members: Jascha Gelman,
David Goldfarb, Danny Fried-
man, Jared Miller, Steven
Baer, Daniel Alter, Danielle
Garber, Lisa Garber, Jeff
Horowitz.

Swimming

Coach: Herb Bernstein.
Members: Robert Kamins,
Mark Golding, Josh Cutler,
Jodi Shapiro, Heather
Rosenberg, Seth Hitsky,
Rhondi Keller, Stacy
Weinberg, Shari Sitron, Lin-
da Goldstein, Lauren
Dworkin.
Boys Basketball

Coach: Burt Hurshe. Assis-
tant coach: Doug Hoffman.
Members: Joey Hurshe,
Vaugn Swartz, Scott Zack,
John Rosenbaum, Darren
Rosenberg, Jeff Rosenberg,
Seth Hoffman, Adam Shapiro,
Matt Frankel, Dave Bellen-
son, Greg Olashansky, Brian
Winshall.

Softball

Coach: Tony Spokajny.
Members: Craig Sukenic, Phil
Siegle, Jeff Emmer, Seth
Rosenman, Jason Odesky,
Lee Bernstein, David Singer,
Joshua Tobias, Brian Weiss,
Jeffrey Moss, Andy Roether,
David Kelman, Aaron
Goldberger.



Saudi Baseball Team
Defeats Israel, 30-0

Tel Aviv (JTA) — It was
perhaps the worst defeat ever
suffered by Israel at the
hands of an Arab country.
Luckily, the lopsided battle
took place on a baseball
diamond.
In what was the first-ever
sports encounter between
Israel and Saudi Arabia, a
group of 11-and 12-year-old
Saudi boys overwhelmed
their Israeli counterparts and
handed them a humiliating
defeat by a score of 30-0.

divisional little league cham-
pions, said they agreed to play
Israel — against the wishes of
their government — because
they feared that refusal would
mean the automatic loss of
their right to defend their ti-
tle this year.
A Jordanian team refused
to meet the Israelis and were

The players in the historic
match were taking part in an
international junior baseball
tournament held annually at
the U.S. army base at
Ramstenn Air Force Base
near Frankfurt.
This was the Israeli team's
first international baseball
meet.
The Saudis, who are the
European and Middle East

placed in a second pool among
the 10 teams participating.
The 13 members selected
fbr the Israeli team, represen-
ting the 2-year-old 26-team
Sharon Valley Little League,
included six native-born
Sabras, two sons of U.S.
diplomatic personnel, and im-
migrants from Argentina,
Columbia, the United States
and Ethiopia.

This was the
Israeli team's first
international meet.

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