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January 20, 1995 - Image 170

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JASON GOLD hopes 13 will be ers' 15-10, 15-10 victory over Troy
a lucky number Saturday when on Jan. 12.
Young was good on 12-of-16 at-
the first-year Ferndale High
School volleyball coach hosts the tacks in West Bloomfield's 15-8,
inaugural Ferndale Invitational 8-15, 15-13 win over Clarkston
on Jan. 9.
tournament.
The triumphs over Troy and
Thirteen squads will be in the
field, with action slated to get un- Clarkston gave the Lakers a 2-0
der way at about 8:30 a.m. The start in Division I of the Oakland
finals will be at approximately Activities Association.
6 p.m.
Gold's team did well in its last MEAGAN PITT was a perfect
tournament, the tough 16-squad 15-for-15 serving and she scored
Walled Lake Central Invitation- 11 service points in the Berkley
High School volleyball team's 15-
al on Jan. 7.
The Eagles went 4-4 in eight 10, 17-15 win over Bloomfield
games in their four-team pool, fin- Hills Andover on Jan. 12.
With her team down 14-11 and
one point away from a loss in the
second game, Pitt notched four
straight points to put the Bears
in front.

Ferndale volleyball coach Jason Gold
watches his team in action.

fishing second, and they advanced
to the Gold Division playoffs for
teams placing first and second in
the four pools.
Ferndale met powerful WL
Central in the Gold Division
quarterfinals and lost 15-4, 15-9,
but Gold says that didn't tarnish
the Eagles' tournament perfor-
mance.
"The girls were really focused.
They worked hard on every
point," said Gold, a former Detroit
Maccabi volleyball coach.

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With championships in the
Farmington Harrison and West
Bloomfield invitationals already
to its credit, the West Bloomfield
High School volleyball team has
established itself as one of the
area's top squads.
and
LEAH TRAHEY
STACEY YOUNG are among
the Lakers' best players.
In the playoffs of the West
Bloomfield tournament on Jan.
7, back-row specialist Trahey was
good on 24-of27 digs and she was
6-of-8 serving with one ace. Tra-
hey went 19-for-19 serving with
12 points and five aces in the Lak-

BRYAN FINGEROOT picked
a perfect time to win his first tour-
nament championship as a mem-
ber of the Berkley High School
wrestling team.
Fingeroot, a senior who is in
his third season with the Bears,
captured the title at 185 pounds
in the second annual Berkley In-
vitational on Jan. 14.
With dozens of Berkley fans
and his teammates and coaches
cheering him on in his home gym,
Fingeroot downed his Plymouth
Salem opponent 17-6 in the
finals.
Ironically, Fingeroot had made
it to the championship round in
an invitational for the first time
in his Berkley career just a week
earlier. He lost the 185-pound
title match in the South Lyon In-
vitational on Jan. 7 after upset-
ting the top seed from South Lyon
in the semifinals.
BEN GITLER of the Bears
also made it to the finals in the
Berkley Invitational, but the 172-
pounder dropped a 15-6 decision
to a foe from Fraser and he had
to settle for second place. Gitler
was third in his weight class at
South Lyon.
Also at the Berkley Invita-
tional, the Bears' AARON
KOBERNICK fell one victory
short of making it to the consola-
tion round at 112 pounds.
Even though Berkley did not
have wrestlers in three weight
classes and another grappler
moved up one division, the Bears
finished fifth of 17 teams in the
tough Berkley Invitational field.
Flint Northern, the No. 1-ranked
squad in Class A, won the meet.

JEREMY LEWIN of Birming-

ham Groves High School finished
fourth at 275 pounds in the Troy
Invitational wrestling tourna-

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