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rebounds and Fraiberg's 23 re-
bounds.
In the medal rounds, Detroit
lost to Kansas City, 5345, but de-
feated Houston for the bronze.
Kunzman again contributed two
clutch free throws, and 10 points,
and Fraiberg had 31 points and
22 rebounds.
In 15-16 boys basketball, De-
troit won the bronze medal. In the
preliminary round, Detroit de-
feated Houston II 68-33, St. Louis
64-62 (led by Ben Lincoln's 20
points, including five 3-pointers),
and Houston, 59-47. But Detroit
lost to Israel, 52-30.
Detroit beat Dallas 42-41, led
by Scott Gold's 15, but lost to
Houston I in the semifinals, 63-
51. Detroit defeated Kansas City,
88-53, for the bronze medal, led
by Gold's 37.
In girls softball, Detroit failed
to reach the medal round but had
an outstanding week despite rain,
heat and high winds. They were
led by the hitting of Randi Taub
(.667), Stephanie Levine (.500),
and Heather Myers (.693) and the
defense of Carrie Silver, Tamra
Krefinan and captain Stephanie
Bloom.
In the final game against At-
lanta, Levine pitched a three-hit-
ter but lost 3-1, as Detroit
stranded numerous base runners.
Jodie Rosenberg won five gold
medals for Detroit in the level 10
(highest level) gymnastics com-
petition. She repeated as all-
around champion, which she won
last year at the North American
Maccabi in Cleveland.
In table tennis, Andrea Gold-
ing and Laura Shapiro finished
1-2 in singles and first in doubles
in 15-16 girls. Jeff Sonne and
Ryan Lewis took bronze in 12-14
boys doubles.
In 15-16 boys, Andy Black took
gold, Black and Ryan Stone took
silver in doubles and Marc Weiss
and Bryan Panczak took bronze.
In 15-16 mixed doubles, Black-
Golding took gold and Rott and
Laura Shapiro took silver.
In volleyball, Detroit defeated
two Houston teams and won the
silver medal, losing to Baltimore
in the finals.
In 15-16 racquetball, David
Kovsky won gold medals in sin-
gles and doubles.
In track, David Rosner won the
bronze in the 15-16 800 meters
with a 2:48.63. Daniel Weiss took
silver in the 12-14 1500 (6:27.11)
and Jocelyn Frank won silver in
the 200 (35.15).
In tennis, Brad Jaffe took
bronze in 12-14 singles and Jodi
Berris and Rachel Wool took
bronze in doubles.

Columbus results
Ann Arbor's athletes won 16
medals at the Maccabi regional
in Columbus.
Rebecca Wark won three indi-
vidual golds in track and partic-
ipated on a gold-medal relay with
girls from other cities. 0

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