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March 03, 1995 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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200 medley relay team has qual-
ified for the Class A state boys
swimming meet.
Galed and three teammates
were timed in 1:42.07 when they
finished sixth in the Michigan In
terscholastic Swimming Coach-
es Association (MISCA) meet
Feb. 18 at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. The state meet cutoff is
1:43.19.
Also at the MISCA meet,
Galed finished 10th in the 50
freestyle in a season-best 22.35.
Including the 200 medley re-
lay, Galed now has qualified for
the March 10-11 state meet at
Michigan State University in
three events. Earlier, the senior
made the grade in the 50 and 100
freestyle.

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Berkley High School gymnasts

EMILY SILLS and ANNE'l 1E
DIJRANTE both were named to

the All-Oakland Activities Asso-
ciation Division II team based on
their performance in the Division
II meet Feb. 22 at Royal Oak
Kimball.
Sills finished second in all-
around with 34.10 points and Du-
rante was fifth with 31.25.
In the individual events, Sills
was first in beam (9.05) and floor
exercise (8.75) and second in vault
(8.35) and bars (7.95). Durante
was third in floor exercise (8.60),
fifth in vault (8.25) and beam
(7.90) and 11th in bars (6.50).

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DAN KUKES scored 22 points,

hitting four 3-point shots, and
JeffJacob had 21 points, but they
couldn't prevent the Bloomfield
Hills Andover High School boys
basketball team from losing 98-
69 to Waterford Mott on Feb. 21.

ERIC KACZANDER scored 12

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School boys basketball team in a
68-51 win over Pontiac Central
on Feb. 24.

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winning point in the Berkley
High School volleyball team's 15-
5, 13-15, 15-7 win over Royal Oak
Dondero on Feb. 23 which gave
the Bears a final 10-0 record in
Division IV of the Oakland Ac-
tivities Association.
On Feb. 20, Berlin was 21-of-
21 serving with eight assists in
Berkley's 15-7, 15-7 victory over
Southfield.

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jor roles in the West Bloomfield
High School volleyball team's 15-
13, 15-11 victory over Royal Oak
Kimball on Feb. 20.
The win helped West Bloom-
field earn a co-championship
along with Kimball in Division I
of the Oakland Activities Asso-

ciation. Both teams finished with
a 9-1 record in the division and
they split their two meetings.
Trahey got West Bloomfield
rolling in the first game of the
Feb. 20 match when she served
for three straight points. Young
stepped to the service line with
her team trailing 13-11 and she
scored four consecutive points to
win the game.
In the second game, Trahey
reeled off five straight points to
put West Bloomfield in front 5-1.
Later, five points by Trahey and
Young turned an 11-10 Kimball
lead into a 14-11 West Bloomfield
advantage.
On Feb. 25, West Bloomfield
won the first OAA tournament
by defeating Birmingham Sea-
holm in the finals of the 24-team
competition at Bloomfield Hills
Lahser.

H

ad the Jewish Community emplified what is good about
Center varsity boys bas- sports," Bershad said. "When the
ketball team failed to win title game was over, I had tears in
the JCC Midwest Regional my eyes. That had never hap-
tournament, the squad could have pened since I began coaching the
pointed to one of several reasons. team in 1964, back at the old JCC
Injuries. Foul trouble. A death on Meyers and Curtis.
in the family. The homecourt
"disadvantage." Double-digit
deficits. Transportation prob-
lems which left the team
scrambling to make its plane
at Detroit Metropolitan Air-
port and waiting for its lug-
gage in the host city of
Pittsburgh.
Amazingly, Coach Barry
Bershad's squad of 15-18-year-
olds overcame all these obsta- Th ey are the champions!
cles and captured the four-day,
eight-team competition last
"We've now won six regional
month.
championships, including three
"Winning the championship in the past five years."
was truly a team effort, and it ex-
Detroit opened play in Pitts-

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