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Other Laker Jewish
starters included junior wide
receiver Adam Ellis and
senior co-captain Steve Cook,
a 4.0 student who played
guard. West Bloomfield's
backup players included
junior tight end Jeff Wein-
stein, junior linebacker Adam
Hochman, junior two-way
tackle Oleg Ravitsky and
senior two-way tackle Derek
Malerman.
Southfield-Lathrup, 2-7 for
the season, included the big-
gest of the local Jewish
players, 6-foot-2, 310- (yes,
310) pound offensive tackle
Andy Grossman. Chargers
coach Darrell Harper called
Grossman a "good pass
blocker, good offensive tackle.
He's improved greatly over
the last two years. He's one of
our better lineman."
Grossman is a two-year
starter.
Junior guard/defensive
tackle Jeff Wasser, 5-10, 170,
is considerably smaller than
Grossman, but he started
most of his second varsity
season before being injured.
"Jeff should be a good player
next year," said Harper.
Darren Avig, a 5-7,
175-pound senior guard, was
a backup in his first varsity
season.
Bloomfield Hills Andover
had a large contingent of
Jewish players on its 1-8
team.
Senior halfback Brian Beck
was a co-captain in his second
varsity year. Beck was "pro-
bably the best blocking back
that we've ever had at An-
dover,"said coach John
Brooks. Nevertheless, Beck
gained 118 yards on just eight
carries in Andover's home-
coming victory over Berkley.
Inside linebacker Dan Ron-
tal, a senior two-year starter,
made 12 tackles in the
Barons' lone victory. "He's
usually at or near the top of
our tackle sheet every week,"
said Brooks. Both Rontal and
Back sport grade-point
averages above 3.5.
Junior Dan Hamburger
started at free safety in his
first varsity campaign. He is
also the second-string
quarterback. "He shows a lot
of determination and great
work habits," said Andover's
coach. "We expect a lot out of
him going into his senior
year."
Other Jewish Barons
players included junior two-
way starting tackle Brad
Schneider and senior Gil
Golan, a starting guard.
Berkley's contingent in-
cluded senior running
back/defensive lineman Ryan
Cascade. A two-year letter-
man, Cascade was a blocking
back who did not carry the

ball very often. Still, he ran
for three touchdowns this
season. "He's been a real good
player for us," said coach Pat
Fox, whose Bears were 2-7.
Ethan Goldsmith was a
starting two-way lineman for
Berkley, although the senior
missed four games with a
knee injury. Eric Weiss, a
senior, was a starting wide
receiver who played mostly a
blocking role and saw action
at defensive back. Junior run-
ning back Seth Berg played
on special teams in his first
varsity season.
A pair of junior wide
receivers, Jordan Kramer —
injured for much of the year
— and Jamie Wittenberg,
have seen little action, but
should play more next year
for Berkley.
Farmington Harrison,
another playoff team,
recruited a varsity soccer
player, Mark Lebovitz, to do
double-duty this fall season.
Coach John Herrington ex-
plained, "We were caught
without a kicker and we
asked him to come out and
kick for us. And he's done a
good, steady job."
Lebovitz, a senior, still plays
for both the soccer and foot-
ball teams. He handles the
kickoffs and does the
placekicking for the 8-1
Hawks.



B'nai B'rith Men's
Bowling Results

November 5, 1990

ZEIGER-GROSS
High Games
225
Alan Salomon
214
Keith Kingston
210
Iry Simons
209
Bob Pliskow
209
Milt Burg
208
Benny Grossinger
BROTHERHOOD-
EDDIE JACOBSON
High Gaines
257-248
Dennis Eder
256
Mark Klinger
236
Steve Anstandig
236
Mike Fabian
231
Alan Trotsky
225
Mark Klein
High Series
667
Dennis Eder
631
Mark Klinger
611
Alan Trotsky
607
Mike Fabian
606
Steve Anstandig
DOWNTOWN FOX
High Games
230
Gary Berman
224
Jeff Janower
224
Steve Kay
210
Barry Leshman
200
Ron Smith
High Series
618
Gary Berman
RENAISSANCE
High Games
246-222-221
Shel Rakotz
225
Cullen Lieberman
212
Dan Niss
206
Jerry Order
204
Dave Koloff

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