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A

t the March 11 trading dead-
line, the Detroit Red Wings
acquired veteran defenseman
Mathieu Schneider, the
highest-scoring Jewish player in National
Hockey League history.
Through 65 games with
the Los Angeles Kings,
Schneider had 14 goals
and 29 assists for 43
points. Schneider played
alongside former
Montreal teammate
Chris Chelios in his Red
Mathieu
Wings debut, on March
Schneider
12. Schneider's assist in
that game was his 500th
NHL point.
Ehud Segal, 18, of Givat Zeev, Israel,
completed a successful freshman swim-
ming season at Oakland University by
helping the host Grizzlies finish fourth
in the National Independent Conference
championships last
month. He finished sev-
enth in the 200 back-
stroke, eighth in the 200
butterfly and 10th in
the 100 fly, and swam
on the second-place 400
medley relay team.
The former Israeli
Ehud Segal
junior national champi-
on also helped OU win
the nine-team Mid-Continent
Conference championship meet in
December. He won the 200 fly in
1:52.06 and placed second in both the
100 and 200 backstroke. He also swam
on the victorious 400 medley relay team.
Segal was selected first team All-
Conference and was selected the Mid-
Con's male Athlete of the Week on Feb.
10, after swimming to three victories
against Notre Dame.
A future Mark Spitz? Roman Sandler,
14, swept eight individual events at the
Blue Water Splash in New Baltimore last
month. The son of Southfield Swim
Club coach Alex Sandler won three
freestyle events, two backstroke races,
plus the 200 IM, 100 fly and 100 breast.
The Birmingham Unified hockey
team, from Groves and Seaholm high
schools, included four Jewish players:
senior defenseman Matt Adler (1 goal, 6
assists, 7 points this year), senior forward

Ryan Zimberg (6-7-13), sophomore for-
ward Jeff Berkowitz (5-2-7) and junior
backup goalie Ryan Stein (2-1-1

record).
South Lyon junior Josh Haron com-
peted in the individual Division 1 high
school wrestling finals in the heavy-
weight class. The 235-pound Haron was
outweighed by as much as 40 pounds,
and lost both matches. His performance
was a strong improvement from his pre-
vious two varsity wrestling campaigns.
He won just five matches as a freshman
and was under .500 as a sophomore.
This year, he finished 39-14. He fin-
ished fourth in his district to qualify for
the individual regional, then qualified
for the state meet with another fourth-
place finish in the regional. He also
earned three varsity letters in football as
a starting tight end/defensive end. This
spring, he plans to try lacrosse.
Senior wrestler Ian Turk of Seaholm
was 29-10 this season and helped the
Maples win their Division 2 regional by
placing second at 140 pounds. Turk is a
fourth-year varsity grappler who wrestled
at 103 pounds as a freshman.
Freshman Brett Forman, 145 pounds,
competed for Seaholm this year at both
the varsity and JV level in wrestling.
Freshman Jordan Schwartz wrestled at
119 pounds for Seaholm's JV.
Ross Tashjian, 14, won his fourth
straight state ice hockey championship
recently. A goalie for the
Farmington Hills Fire -
Bantam AA travel team,
he played about half his
team's games this year.
He helped backstop the
Fire to championships at
the Pee Wee level the
past two seasons. In
Ross Tashjian
1999, he was the backup
netminder for the state
champion Bloomfield Hills Team USA
at the Squirt level. Fire forward Mark
Silverman of Ann Arbor scored the win-
ning goal in this year's state final. The
team travels to Orlando, Fla., for the 12-
team national tournament April 1-6.
The Bloomfield Hills Andover basket-
ball team included a Jewish player not
mentioned in our previous column: jun-
ior guard Matt Ran. The Bloomfield
Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood girls' hock-
ey team included freshman forward A.J.
Roberts, who had 5 goals and 6 assists
during the season. ❑

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