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JEWISH STARS page 115

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in the second quarter - but the
6-foot-3 junior couldn't prevent
the Bloomfield Hills Andover
High School boys basketball team
from losing 60-59 to Royal Oak
Dondero on Jan. 13.
DAN KUKES tossed in 10
points for the Barons in a losing
cause and ANDY DAITCH had
seven.
Jacob, who missed all of last
season with a broken ankle,
scored 27 points with four triples
in Andover's 74-70 loss to Auburn
Hills Avondale on Jan. 10. Daitch
added 14 points, hitting all six of
his attempts at the foul line.
In the Barons' 56-41 victory
over Ortonville-Brandon on Jan.
6, Jacob scored 29 points. Kukes
had nine points and 12 rebounds
in Andover's 73-53 loss to Bir-
mingham Seaholm on Jan.3.

DAVID NACHMAN scored 12

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RYAN TRACHT and JORDAN
LEVIN scored goals for the
Bloomfield Hills Andover High
School hockey team, but the
Barons dropped a 3-2 verdict to
Livonia Franklin on Jan. 5.

Hooping It Up
At The JCC

STEVE STEIN STAFF WRITER

he following youngsters
took part in the first Bas-
ketball Unlimited Winter
Basketball Camp at the
Maple/Drake branch of the Jew-
ish Community Center:
Justin Belsky, Brian Brodsky,
Stuart Brody, Adam Finkel,
Leslie Finkel, Brad Garden, Ja-
son Garden, Daniel Gordon,
Jonathan Guyer, Adam Kirsch,
David Kurzman, Nicole Lupiloff,
Eric Maniloff, Michael Millman,
Adam Mondry, Jordan Rosen-
berg, Bryan Robbins, Daniel
Rosenberg, Ryan Rosenberg, Ben
Rosman, David Rosman, Mike
Rothstein, Evan Schwartz,
Daniel Seidman, Andrew Stein,
Jason Turkish, Jessica Turkish,
David Valk, Darrin Whitmer,
Jeffery Zeman and Michael Zei-
dman.
Barry Bershad and Tim
Domke directed the camp.

T

Domke is the boys basketball
coach at West Bloomfield High
School and Bershad is his assis-
tant.
Basketball Unlimited will once
again hold camps at the JCC in
the spring and summer. For fiir-
ther information, call Brian Clay-
ton at the JCC, (810) 661-7679.
THE FIRST session of a teen
basketball league for high school
boys is scheduled for 4-7 p.m.
Feb. 11 at the Maple/Drake
branch of the JCC.
Each player will receive a T-
shirt and the champions and run-
ners-up will earn trophies.
Referees will be provided for each
game.
Tony Sanders and Barry Ber-
shad of the JCC staff are the
league directors. For further in-
formation, call Sanders, (810)
661-7678. ❑

B'nai B'rith, JWV
Bowling Scores

MORGANTHAU-LTHAIM:
Bob Franklin 237-234-205-676, Bill
Zucker 235, Randy Spitzer 215, Al Yen-
dick 210, Jerry Broida 207, Ron White
204, Larry Schlussel 202-200.

BROTHERHOOD EDDIE JACOBSON:
Sandy Mandell 236-209-643, Mark
Klinger 234-204-200-638, Gary Klinger
223-213-626, Steve Anstandig 226-
618, Dennis Eder 237-203 609, Steve
Weinberg 220-202-605, Randy Reznik
241 601, Joe Fleish 236, Bruce Binstok
233, Gary Goldin 219, Rob Greenfield
215, Mike Fabian 213, Larry Slutsky 213,
Barry Fishman 212, Mark Feinberg 211,
Lee Roth 210, Dave Schanes 209, Jack

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West Bloomfield

points and grabbed 11 rebounds
to lead the Bloomfield Hills Cran-
brook Kingswood boys basketball
team past Harper Woods 80-59
on Jan. 13.
Nachman had 11 rebounds in
the Cranes' 45-31 loss to Grosse
Pointe Liggett on Jan. 10.
In Cranbrook's 62-51 victory
over Madison Heights Lamphere
on Jan. 3, the Cranes' JASON
EDDLESTON had nine points
and nine rebounds and PAUL
KATZ had seven points and 12
rebounds.
Cranbrook outscored Lam-
phere 23-12 in the final period to
win that game.

Rautbort 208, Dennis Horowitz 208, Steve
Fine 206, Dan Stein 205.

DOWNTOWN FOX:
Jeff Block 219-209-605, Shel Rakotz
248, Neil Drilich 215-208, Steve Kay 211,
Ami Reiter 210, Jeff Sprague 208-202,
Steve Zorn 203, Dan Niss 201, Gary
Berman 201, Ken Gross 200.

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PISGAH:
Keith Kingston 256-234-232-722, Jeff
Eisenberg 256-212-661, Alan Borsen
234-207-203-644, Andy Rubin 224200-
200 624, Wayne Lusky 245-204-618,
Allen Zuppke 234, Barry Fishman 222,
Kevin Elbinger 222, Yale Weiner 215,
Howard Waxer 212, Norm Calfin 212,

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