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April 04, 2003 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-04

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assists. The three seniors
also earned academic
All-State honors.
Junior Brett Turner
posted a 12-6-1 record
as Bloomfield Unified's
number one goalie. The
team finished 16-8-2.
The Jewish Academy
of Metro Detroit's varsity basketball
team finished 4-7 this season, while the
JV was 5-5. JAMD's varsity volleyball
squad was 2-8. The baseball team,
coached by Larry Garon, was scheduled
to begin play earlier this week. The
baseball squad will compete in the
Catholic League's C-D division.
In the AZA basketball league, Shapiro
A completed an 8-0 regular season on
March 23 with a 36-35 victory over
Jolson B, which placed third at 4-3.
Jolson A finished second at 5-3. The
playoffs began last weekend and will
conclude with semi-final and champi-
onship games this Sunday, beginning at
3 p.m. at Bloomfield Hills' West Hills
Middle School. The nine-team league
includes players in grades 9-12.
The Birmingham varsity figure skat-
ing team, with skaters from Seaholm
and Groves high schools, won the state
championship last month. Amanda
Adelson won the state individual tide.
She will compete in an international
event this month in Luxembourg.
The JCC's InLine Hockey Center
plays host to 16 leagues. The leading
teams and players, through March 25,
for eight IHC leagues: Silver League —
Platinum Play leads with a 9-0-1 record.
The top scorer is Geoff Cary (32 goals
and 23 assists for 55 points) and the
leading goalie is Kyle Bronsteen (7-0-1
record, 4.62 goals-against), both of
Platinum Play. Other leaders include:
Bronze — Flyers 9-2, Jeff Bickley, X-
Blades (24-15-39), John Blow, Flyers
(9-2, 4.45); Copper — Lodge, 6-2-3,
Bob Skinner (36-4-40); Junior Open
— Timberwolves, 6-1-2, Eric Lubanski,
West Bloomfield (12-13-25), Jon
Bonham, Timberwolves (5-0-2, 3.00).
IHC Bantam Open — Firebirds, 7-2-
1, Jason Yokibision, Firebirds (20-14-
34), Chris Vyden, Pirates (5-3-2, 7.70);
Pee Wee Open — Avalanche, 9-2,
Griffin Hodges, Team Nexed Detroit
(19-34-53), Kevin Osbourne, Team
Nexed Detroit (7-0, 2.14); Squirt Open
— The Wild, 7-1, Zach Paul, the Wild
(38-15-53), Noah Zucker, Sun Devils
(6-2, 4.78); Mite Open — Red Hawks,
6-4-1, An Zucker, Red Hawks (31-8-
39), Nick Kelley, United (3-0-1, 5.67).
The IHC has Jewish and non-Jewish
players. 0

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