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October 31, 2003 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-31

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The Every Day is Independence Day

enth- and eighth-grade girls team. The
seventh- and eighth-grade boys placed
third overall, with Michael Brodsky
taking fifth place, Daniel Rosenberg
seventh and David Kowalsky finishing
14th.
The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit girls basketball team was tied
for first in the Michigan Athletic League
in mid-October. The Jaguars were 4-2
in league play, 8-5 overall. Senior guard
Fallon Garfield-Turner is the eighth-
leading scorer in Oakland County, aver-
aging 12.8 points per game.
The JAMD golf squad placed 12th
out of 26 teams at the Oakland County
Tournament at Pontiac Municipal Golf
Course Sept. 29. Josh Cohen, Aaron
Newman and Jesse Gross shot 81
apiece, Sam Yashinsky 86 and Brad
Garden 89.
JAMD is looking for a volleyball
coach and a girls soccer coach.
Interested candidates should call athletic
director Bob Shoemaker at (248) 592-
5263.
The four primarily Jewish country
clubs squared off in the 11th annual
inter-club golf championship Oct. 4,
with Tam O'Shanter edging host
Franklin Hills on the first playoff hole.
Each club had three, two-man teams,
with the lowest score for each team
counting in the 18-hole, medal play
event.
Tam O'Shanter and Franklin both
scored 220 through 18 holes, but Dan
Gordon birdied the initial playoff hole
to give Tam the victory. The other Tam
O'Shanter golfers were: Bruce Ruben,-
Ken Lesson, Steve Friedman, Mike
Rudin and Mitchell Wayne. Franklin's
team included J.J. Modell, Jeff Shapiro,
Lyle Wolberg, Steve Radom, Tom Cohn
and Spencer Solomon. Third-place
Knollwood's squad included Dove
Lustig, Danny Aronovitz, Andrew
Moss, Michael and Alan Sternfeld and
Paul Chosid. Matt Curtis, Scott
Oshinsky, Spencer Steel, Mark Osten,
John Male and Terry Grosslight played
for Wabeek.
Mathieu Schneider had a strong start
in his first full season as a Red Wing
this month, with five assists in his first
six games. Initially paired on defense
with namesake Mathieu Dandenault,
Schneider joined three-time Norris
Trophy winner Nicklas Lidstrom fol-
lowing Derian Hatcher's knee injury.
Josh Winer and Allen McKinney are
playing on Berkley's freshman football
team. Both play defensive tackle, and
Allen also sees action on the offensive
line. 111
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