END OF MODEL YEAR
outdoor league play picks up
The Blazers '84 did exception-
ally well in its three MSYSA
tournaments over the past
month. In mid-August. the team
won the Waterford Cup and the
Dearborn Invitational Soccer
Over Labor Day weekend, the
team finished third in the Bay
Challenge Cup in Bay Village,
Ohio. It was its first loss in 13
games. In the past three tour-
naments, the girls have
outscored their opponents 53-5.
THE SKINNY: Woodberg says the
Blazers '84 work well as a team.
He says, "Konheim, a striker, is
turning out to be a very good of-
fensive player. She has the best
left-footed kick on the team and
has already scored several game-
"Dana, a defender, is one of the
team's leaders. She is very smart
and tough defensively, does not
panic under pressure and dis-
tributes the ball well to other
Woodberg, a Southfield resi-
dent, works in his family's busi-
ness, Annex Electric Supply in
QUOTE: "When I am coaching, I
treat the girls as if they were all
my daughters, although I am es-
pecially proud of Dana," Woodberg
said. "Everyone on our team con-
tributes equally. There really are
no star players because all of the
girls have tremendous talent."
Nominations for next week's
Jewish Stars can be made by
leaving a voice-mail message for
Carol Cohen at (810) 354-7123,
Ext. 305. Please be sure to in-
clude your day and evening
On Long Island
The Metro Detroit Maccabi Club
sent a team in late August to re-
gional competition in Long
Island. The opening cere-
monies featured a parade of
athletes from the U.S.,
Canada, Great Britain, Is-
rael and Mexico, and a trib-
ute to the Israeli athletes
slain in Munich.
The Detroit delegation
won a bronze medal in co-
ed volleyball. Jon Serman
won two table tennis
medals in the boys 15-16
age group: a bronze in sin-
gles and a silver in doubles.
The delegation, headed
by Lori Horowitz and vol-
leyball coaches Ken Bertin
and Sam Skeegan, also in-
cluded volleyball players
Noah Babcock, Rob
Deroven, Marla Feingold,
Sean Levine, Sarah
Schreiber, Louis Skeegan,
Allison Surowitz and
Steve Woodberg gives tips to Erin
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