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March 07, 2003 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-07

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Legendary Nights, celebrating 30 years
of HBO boxing coverage. Dr.
Kirschenbaum appears in two pro-
grams in the 12-part series. His first
appearance was March 5 in a show
about the 1981 Thomas Hearns-Ray
Leonard fight. The program will be
repeated tonight, March 7, at 8 p.m.
and 12:15 a.m., Sunday at 8 a.m. and
Monday at noon and 7:30 p.m. Dr.
Kirschenbaum also appears in a pro-
gram featuring Hearns' 1985 champi-
onship bout against Marvin Hagler.
That show debuts March 26 at 10
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook's young
swim team has a bright future, thanks
in part to three Jewish competitors.
Freshman Gabe Schubiner recently
posted a state meet qualifying time of
57.97 in the 100 backstroke, making
him one of the state' s top freshman
Hilary Schreiber
swimmers. He placed sixth in
the Oakland County meet last
month. Freshman Michael
Birnkrant swims the 100 but-
terfly in only his second year of
competitive swimming, while
sophomore Brad Portnoy com-
petes in breaststroke arid dis-
tance freestyle events.
The two leading scorers on
Detroit Country Day's hockey
team are juniors Seth Rogers
and Joel Fenkell. Other key
Yellowjacket skaters include
sophomore forward Dustin
Wachter and junior defenseman
Jake Olsman. Junior David
Sabrina Must
Zussman is one of three goalies
Singer (six goals, three assists this sea-
who see regular action for the 10th-
son) and junior goalie LeeTal Levran.
ranked Division 3 team.
In college hockey, Eric Nystrom's goal
Cranbrook's two highly ranked hockey
with 4:44 remaining snapped a 3-3 tie
teams feature key Jewish stars. The boys
and led U-M to a 5-3 victory over
team, which ranks first in Division 3,
Nebraska-Omaha on Feb. 22. Danny
includes senior forward and captain
Richmond assisted on the game-winning
Danny Kaufman. Kaufman has four
goal. ❑
goals and three assists this season. Junior
forward Matt Robins has six goals and
two assists, while junior left wing Mott
Vilders has four goals and six assists.
The Cranbrook girls are ranked sec-
In the Feb. 21 Jewish Stars sports col-
ond in the state. The team's number-one
umn (page 78), the JNhighlighted a
goalie is Hilary Schreiber, who has three
local tennis player, James Elsman. The
shutouts this year. Her overall record for
JNhad received a press release that
the past two seasons is 20-1-1. Junior
noted Elsman's tennis accomplishments
forward and assistant captain Sabrina
and his participation in some pro-Israel
Must is second on the team in scoring
organizations and mistakenly assumed
with 24 goals and 25 assists for 49
that he is Jewish. In fact, he is neither
points. She's the third of three sisters to
Jewish nor did he represent himself as
skate for Cranbrook. Britni Must was
being Jewish. His Web site identifies
part of a state championship team as a
him as a lifelong Christian.
sophomore, while Kacee Must helped
Cranbrook win the state title last season.
Submit information to Jewish Stars
Both also served as team captains.
via e-mail•
The Farmington Unified hockey
sports@thejewishnews cam
squad includes senior forward Michael

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