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December 30, 1994 - Image 20

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L E ID B V

AARON KOBERNICK, Ben
Gitler and Bryan Fingeroot made
major contributions to one of the
biggest nights in the history of
the Berkley High School
wrestling team.
Berkley beat Hazel Park 34-27
and Royal Oak Kimball 42-13 in
a double-dual meet Dec. 21 at
Hazel Park.
It was the Bears' first win over
Hazel Park in Bruce Burwitz's
seven years as coach and perhaps
the first in history. Hazel Park is
one of the top contenders to win
the championship in Division I of
the Oakland Activities Associa-
tion. Kimball is a favorite in Di-
vision II. Berkley is in Division

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-r E V E s

1— E I NI

Academic Team for fall student-
athletes who earned a varsity let-
ter and have at least a 3.5
cumulative GPA.
Berkley boys cross country
runners Sam Polk and Peter
Rose, boys soccer players Scott
Howard, Segev Phillips, Max Sul-
la and Aleks Yasnogorodinsky,
girls basketball player Nikki
Berlin, girls swimmer Elana Erd-
stein and girls tennis player
Aubrey Kepes a.lsn made the
OAA All-Academic Team.
Phillips earned the boys soccer
team's Bear of the Year award.
The junior owns a 3.708 GPA.

GREG LUSARDI of Berkley
High School was named to the
Kobernick, wrestling at 112 All-Oakland Activities Associa-
pounds, won by injury default tion Division III football team and
against Hazel Park and he Berkley teammate Ben Gitler
pinned his Kimball opponent in made the honorable mention list.
Lusardi also was a Class A All-
26 seconds.
PHOTO BY BILL GEMMELL State honorable mention
choice.
Bryan Fingeroot was one
of two players who shared the
Berkley football squad's most
improved player award.
Segev Phillips was named
the most improved player on
the Berkley boys soccer team.

JASON GOLD, a former
Detroit Maccabi volleyball as-
sistant coach, is coaching the
Ferndale High School volley-
ball squad this season.
Gold, 26, who coached in
the 1990 Jewish Communi-
ty Centers North American
Maccabi Youth Games in De-
troit, also is an ex-assistant
volleyball coach at West
Bloomfield High School, his
alma mater. He has coached
AAU volleyball during the
Ben Gitler Is a football and wrestling standout summer for the past four
for Berkley High School.
years.
A student trainer at both West
Gitler put Berkley in front of
Hazel Park for good when he de- Bloomfield and the University of
feated his foe 11-4 at 185 pounds. Michigan, Gold worked with the
Wrestling at 172 pounds in the football and hockey teams in col-
Kimball match, Gitler scored a lege. He graduated from U-M in
1990.
20-4 victory.
On Jan. 21, Ferndale will be
Fingeroot clinched the Bear s'
win over Hazel Park with a 6-2 the host squad for the first Fern-
decision at 215 pounds. Against dale Invitational tournament, a
Kimball, Fingeroot won by a pin 12 - team competition organized
by Gold.
in 5:40 at 185 pounds.
The Eagles went 0-2-2 in their
AMY SIEGEL was named Bear first action of the season, the Im-
of the Year on the Berkley High lay City Invitational on Dec. 17,
School girls cross country team. but they split with eventual tour-
Th award goes to the junior or nament champion Mount
senior who has the highest cu- Clemens Chippewa Valley.
While he's coaching this win-
mulative grade-point average
ter,
Gold is taking a break from
3.794.
stands
at
GPA
Siegel's
and
his work in his family's business,
She is a senior.
Siegel and fellow cross country Accurate Parking Lot Services.
runners Jennifer Rose and Diana The company provides signage
Kozloff were selected to the Oak- and striping for parking lots.

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