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October 25, 2002 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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MIS Girls Finish 4th

The North Farmington High School
girls tennis team placed fourth in
the Division 2 state tennis tourna-
ment in Holland last weekend.
North's first, second and third sin-
gles players made it to their champi-
onship matches. At no. 1 singles,

Emily Jaffe lost in three sets to
Christine Bader of Okemos. At no.
2, Amy Berke lost to Stephanie
Kebler of Okemos. North's no. 3,
Kelly Davis, won her flight, defeat-
ing. Brittany Jackson of Birmingham

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North's first and second doubles
teams, Chrissy Dwyer-Michelle
Boothroyd and Jessica Hoffman-
Alyssa Trotsky, made it to the quar-
terfinals in their flights.
North Farmington finished their
dual meet season with a record of 8-
In Division 3 at Ann Arbor,
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook
Kingswood finished in second place
and Bloomfield Hills Andover fin-
ished sixth. Neither team placed
competitors in the championship

Two. North Farmington doubles teams made it to the quarterfinals of the Division 2
state tennis tournament. At top is the team ofJessica Hoffman and Alyssa Trotsky. At
bottom is the team of Chrissy Dwyer and Michelle Boothroyd.

Bowling Scores

Editor's note: The Jewish News will
print Jewish league bowling scores as
space permits. Men's scores will be limit-
ed to individual games of 225 and high-
er, series to 650 and higher.
B'nai B'rith Morgenthau
L'Chayim/Zeiger-Gross, Oct. 14:
Bernie Goodstein 231; Brian Cohen
236-225; Steve Haberman 239; Carl
Berlin 234.
B'nai B'rith Brotherhood-Eddie
Jacobson, Oct. 14: Rick Reznik 276-
245/743; Gary Klinger 235/655;
Dennis Eder 246-234/651; Matt
Rappaport 246-228; Rick Woolman
246; Dave Riger 242; Dan Stein 235;
Larry Slutsky 227; Mark Rappaport
226; Gerry Blaize 225.
B'nai B'rith Pisgah, Oct. 10: Lyle
Schaefer 651; Jerry Lash 246; Jerry
Rose 225; Allan Salomon 228; Bryan

Levine 238; Mark Rosen 226; Yale
Weiner 233; Bob Mitchel 234; Bill
Zavier 234; Barry Fishman 230.
B'nai B'rith Downtown Fox, Oct. 1:
David Little 237/657; Ron Jacobs
For information about the B'nai
B'rith bowling leagues, call Ross
Benchik, (248) 593-5901.

JWI Galilee Monday, Oct. 7: Cidnie
Herold 200/502; Saralee Broida 204;
Judy Bernstein 200. Oct. 14: Barbara
Papo 210/542; Cidnie Herold 510;
Leslie Ben Ezra 509.
JWI Galilee Tuesday, Oct. 1: Frayda
Riger 204/560; Karen Minc
210/550; Andrea Reid 530; Carolyn
Fine 526; Gwen Silverstein 508;
Alice Labes 202/501; Hallie Serling
500. Oct. 8: Hallie Serling 608;
Cidnie Herold 532/204; Ruth
Frankel 524; Alice Labes 511. Oct
15: Karen Minc 551/201; Alice

The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit finished fourth out of 18 schools
at the Oakland County Junior Varsity
Golf Tournament on Oct. 14 at
Metamora Golf and Country Club.
Ninety players participated and first
place medalist for the tournament was
JAMD's Aaron Newman. He shot a 77.
Josh Cohen earned a 10th place medal
with a score of 84.
Other members of the JAMD" golf
team are Brad Garden, Jason Garden,
Jesse Gross, Ian Robinson, Sam
Yashinsky, David Stiebel and Levi Stuart.
The team played both JV and varsity
teams in dual matches, and finished
their third year with an 11-5 record.

Labes 529; Carolyn Fine 513;
Cidnie Herold 502; Frayda Riger
JWI Galilee/Centennial, Oct. 9:
Cheryl Feldman 538/201; Barb
Gerstein 537; Gayle Finn 532/206.
Oct. 16: Sue Hersh 537; Dianne
Schneider 514; Marianne Pesick 206.
JWI Galilee Thursday, Oct. 3: Elaine
Meyers 518; Sandy Oleinick 502/205.
Oct. 10: Helene Robbins 506.
JWI Zeiger, Oct. 3: Janet .Sigmon
594/232. Oct. 10: Caron Goldfine
Two Galilee Tuesday bowlers had
special accomplishments recently.
Hallie Serling, with her 165 average,
bowled a 608 series, her first in about
10 years. Her games of 213-223-172
were 113 pins over average.
Andrea Reid bowled her first 500
series. She has an average of 132, and
rolled games of 136-178-216/530 and
was 134 pins over average.

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