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let golf consume our lives."
Levin adds, "We live a typ-
ical Jewish kid's lifestyle,
which includes a social life.
Sometimes, though, I felt pres-
sure during the state tourna-
ment for not playing much all
summer under those condi-
Andover golf coach John
Hillman says, "though neither
Jason nor Craig had his best
individual year in '92, both
were named co-captains be-
cause they were among the top
four golfers on the team." They
also were among only four kids
Hillman has seen earn a var-
sity letter all four years in
"They are really good kids
who both put team goals
ahead of individual goals while
providing great leadership
throughout the year, includ-
ing the state tournament,"
For the high school season,
Levin's nine-hole average was
40.5, with Colton at 41.9.
As for other individual ac-
complishments, Colton was a
gold medal winner at the 1990
Maccabi Games in Detroit. He
trailed by two strokes enter-
ing the final round but fired a
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76 to win by two.
Levin also played well at t,h 1
1990 Maccabi games, missing
a bronze medal by one stroke
Both have been junioi l
champions at their respective
Colton loves golf becausc,
"it's never the same; each day
presents a new challenge."!
Levin adds, "You can play well,
one day, then play terribly th6
The duo will never forget
round they played at age 13,
where they ran out of golf balls
before running out of holes to
play. Levin recalls, "We filled
up their lake pretty good."
As for college, Colton will at--
tend the University of Michi-
gan while Levin heads for
Ohio State. Neither expects
college to interfere with their
friendship - even during foot-
ball season. Says Colton, "Js.-
son is not as big a football fan
as I am."
Levin intends to try out for
the Ohio State golf team as a
"walk-on," while Colton doubts
he will try out at Michigan. .He
is afraid the time commitment
will detract from the overall/
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