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November 11, 1994 - Image 116

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BRYAN FINGEROOT'S sack
of quarterback Derek Canine pre-
served the Berkley High School
football team's stunning 20-19
upset of visiting Birmingham
Brother Rice in a Class A pre-re-
gional game Nov. 5.
Fingeroot, a 6-foot, 210-pound
senior defensive tackle, nailed Ca-
nine in the backfield with 4:29
left in the game while Rice was
attempting a two-point conver-
sion following its final touchdown.
Canine pump-faked but didn't
shake Fingeroot, who tackled the
quarterback with authority. The
sack ignited a loud celebration on
the Berkley sidelines and in the
stands.
It was Berkley's first playoff
game ever. Rice, a four-time state
champion, has been in the play-
offs 12 times in the past 13 years.
"This has got to be the biggest
win in the history of our football
team," said Berkley coach Pat
Fox.
Linemen Greg Lusardi (6-0,
230) and Ben Gitler (6-1, 190)
also made key defensive plays for
Berkley during the rainy after-
noon.
Lusardi, a senior who is one of
the Bears' four captains, recov-
ered a Rice fumble on the War-
riors' 32-yard-line on the second
offensive play of the game. That
set up the first Berkley touch-
down.
With Rice threatening to score
on its second possession, Gitler,
a junior, sacked Canine for a sev-
en-yard loss which put the ball
on the Warriors' 15. The drive
ended with a Berkley intercep-
tion.
Berkley (8-2) is one of only
eight teams still in the hunt for
the Class A state
championship.
The Bears will
face Royal Oak Kim-
ball (9-1) for the re-
gion championship
at 1:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Kimball.
Berkley will be look-
ing to avenge a 27-0
loss to Kimball on
Oct. 7.

During the state regional and
championship tournaments, Hit-
sky blocked two of the three 4-me-
ter penalty shots he faced. He
was named third-team All State.

MELISSA AXNER and her sis-
ter Stacey Axner each won one
individual event and were mem-
bers of a victorious relay quartet
as they led the West Bloomfield
High School girls swimming team
to a 124-62 triumph over Troy
Athens on Oct. 27.
The win gave West Bloomfield
its first perfect dual-meet record
in team history. The Lakers cap-
tured all 10 of their duals this fall.
Against Athens, Melissa won
the 200 freestyle in 1:59.99 and
Stacey captured the 200 IM in
2:21.79. They both were on the
winning 200 freestyle relay team,
which was timed in 1:44.79.
Julia Music was on the Lakers'
victorious 400 freestyle relay unit.
That group won in 3:59.81.

AMY SIEGEL finished 10th in
a personal-record 20:38 and Jenni
Rose was 29th in 21:36, helping
the Berkley girls cross-country
team place third in a Class A re-
gional held Oct. 29 at Kimball.
Thanks to its finish, Berkley
qualified for the state meet, which
was held in Grand Rapids.
Also for the Bears at the re-
gional, Diana Kozloff finished
49th in 23:04.

SAM POLK of Berkley placed
47th in 18:09 in a Class A boys
cross-country regional at Kim-
ball.

DAVID LEVITT finished 22nd
in 18:45, helping Berkley place
third of 16 schools in
the boys race in the
9th/10th Cross
Country Invitation-
al held Oct. 25 at
Kimball.
Also for the Bears,
Sam Polk was 30th
in 19:11, Peter Rose
was 32nd in 19:13,
Brent Siegel was
62nd in 20:39 and
Scott Adelman was
MIKE HITSKY, the
94th in 22:58.
sophomore goalie for
Berkley scored 97
Birmingham Groves
points. Rochester
High School's water Mike Filtsky: t
won with 65 and
polo team, back- Groves All Si a e.
Lake Orion had 81.
stopped Groves to its state-record
fourth straight state champi- DIANA KOZLOFF placed 35th
onship last weekend in Rockford. for the Berkley girls in the
Groves finished with a 31-5 9th/10th Grade Cross Country
record, and has not lost to an- Invitational. The daughter of Mo-
other Michigan school in 2 1/2 tor City Striders president Ed Ko-
seasons. In the championship zloff was timed in 23:32.
game . Groves defeated Jenison
Anna Yemetz -finished 79th for
14-9.
the Bears in 28:34. Berkley was

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