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August 26, 1994 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-26

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of Sam Polk, Eugene Vyortkin, the No. 1 seed in the medal
Andrew Sigman and DeWolf round. Steel, DeRoven, Babcock,
earned the silver. The 400 relay Levine, Hurvitz and Gershenson
team of DeWolf, Roth, Polk and led Detroit. Chicago beat Detroit
15-13, 15-12 in a meaningless
Adam Estrine won the bronze.
match. Scheinker (setting), Lipov
BOYS VOLLEYBALL
With just three teams in the (net play) and Horowitz (all-
field, Detroit was assured of a around play) almost pulled it out
for Detroit.
medal and it won the silver.
GIRLS SOCCER
Chicago beat Detroit 15-11, 10-
Detroit went 0-3 in pool play
15, 15-5, 15-9 in the gold-medal
match. Seven straight service and failed to qualify for the medal

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points by Rob DeRoven clinched
the second-game victory, but
Detroit never led again. DeRoven
had 15 blocks and 12 kills in the
match. Bill Gershenson, Ben
Hurvitz and Brad Steel also
played well in a losing cause.
Detroit went 9-3 in round-
robin play (3-3 against Chicago
and 6-0 against Ottawa) to earn
the top seed in the medal round.
On the first day of round-robin
competition, Detroit swept
Chicago 15-7, 15-9 and Ottawa
15-8, 15-12. Gershenson, Jeff
Horowitz and Zack Lipov led the
way against Chicago and
DeRoven and Hurvitz did the
same against Ottawa.
Detroit split with Chicago 15-
7, 13-15 and swept Ottawa 15-5,
16-14 on the second day. Against
Chicago, DeRoven had eight
blocks and four kills and
Gershenson had six kills in the
first game. Aaron Scheinker did
a good job setting and Brad Steel
was tough at the net in the sec-
ond game. Shawn Levine (spik-
ing), Horowitz (setting), Noah
Babcock (blocking) and Hurvitz
(clutch serving) led the way
against Ottawa.
On the third day, Detroit's 15-
7, 15-7 sweep of Ottawa clinched

round. The losses were 3-2 to
Columbus, Ohio, 10-0 to San
Francisco and 7-0 to Wayne, N.J.
Beverly Betel and Stephanie
Levine scored against Columbus.

GIRLS SOFTBALL

Detroit finished 1-3 in pool play
and did not qualify for the medal
round. The lone victory was a 15-
4 triumph over Cleveland White.
The losses were 13-1 to Chicago,
14-13 to Seattle and 10-6 to
Tenafly, N.J.
Against Seattle, Stacy
Schwartz had three hits and she
scored three runs and Heather
Meyers made two fine catches of
line drives at second base.
Meyers had three walks and
she was hit by a pitch against
Tenafly. That gave her eight walks
for the tournament. Also against
Tenafly, Jessica Alter played her
first game ever at catcher.
GIRLS SWIMMING
Melissa Axner won gold
medals in the 13-14 age division
50-meter freestyle (25.73), 100
freestyle (55.57) and 200 freestyle
(2:03.13). She also earned silvers
in the 500 freestyle (5:25.08) and
100 backstroke (1:03.02) and the
bronze in the 200 backstroke
(2:15.37). Cheri Farber won the
silver in the 50 freestyle (26.00)

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