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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-05

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Jewish Stars

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Harrison includes two-way senior tackle
Andrew Diamond, a returning starter.
The Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit features six fall
sports teams. Girls basketball is
coached by Andy Schuster, Julie
Goldberg coaches girls swimming,
Brian Brown coaches girls tennis, ath-
letic director Bob Shoemaker leads the
co-ed cross country team, Josh
Mondry coaches boys golf and Mark
Brand and assistant Ashley Israel
coach boys soccer.
Berkley High School boys tennis
coach Steve Weingarden earned two
honors after last spring's successful
season. Weingarden was voted region-
al coach of the year by area coaches
and was named the All-Area coach by
the Royal Oak Daily Tribune. The
Bears were 10-1-1 in dual matches
last year and shared the OAA Division
2 championship with a 5-0-1 record
and a second-place finish in the
league tournament. Berkley finished
third in its state Class A regional.
Berkley's girls tennis team, coached
by Mike Ross, includes five Jewish
players. Freshman Katie Wallace
begins the year as the No. 4 singles
starter, sophomore Miriam Blake
plays No. 2 doubles, seniors Jackie
Katz and Sarah Schwartz form the
No. 3 doubles team and Allison
Bornstein plays No. 4 doubles.
On Sept. 6, Young Israel of
Southfield honors its softball team at
kiddush following Shabbat services.
Young Israel won the Men's Inter-
Congregational Softball League title
for the fourth time in six years.
The B'nai B'rith bowling season
starts Sept. 8. Anyone interested in
bowling on Monday nights at 9 p.m.
at Country Lanes in Farmington Hills
should contact Gary Klinger at
gkslurpee@aol.corn
Brotherhood II finished 16-4 to
edge Bloch Lodge (15-4-1) for the
regular season B'nai B'rith men's soft-
ball championship. But Bloch turned
the tables in the playoffs, beating
Brotherhood II, then capturing the
post-season title with a 13-3 victory
over Brotherhood III. Bloch, managed
by Rick Sherline, won its second
championship in the past three years.
Stuart Litt and Gary Klinger won
the league's Michael Yendick True-
Heart Award for "demonstrating the
spirit of true sportsmanship, competi-
tiveness, camaraderie" that exempli-
fied the late Michael Yendick.

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