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games next season, even though her son
James — who scored five touchdowns in
a JV game this season — will almost
certainly play varsity ball next year.
Lauren Kaczander and Marissa
Kaplan began their high school tennis
careers this season by joining forces as
the Groves freshman team's No. 3 dou-
bles combination.
A trio of Jewish players helped lead
two Ann Arbor high schools into the
state water polo playoffs. Steve
Weinberg and Nick Welshans led top-
seeded Huron, while Jason Hitchcock
started for third-seeded Pioneer. Huron
reached the championbship game, but
lost to Rockford, 10-4. Huron beat
Pioneer in the semifinal, 14-9, and
Pioneer took third place with a 10-8 vic-
tory over Birmingham Seaholm.
The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit's girls basketball team completed
a sweep of its two-game series against
Yeshivat Akiva last month with a 24-12
victory. Fallon Garfield-Turner led the
visiting Jaguars (10-6) with 12 points.
Rachel Greenbaum paced Akiva with
eight points.
Lindsay Moskovitz-Sklar is enjoying
another strong basketball season at
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-
Kingswood. The senior guard averages
22 points per game, with a high of 37
against Farmington. The team captain
was the Metro Conference player of the
year last season, and is an All-State can-
didate this year.
Moskovitz-Sklar has "really stepped up
her game and become an all-around bas-
ketball player, and not just a scorer," said
C-K coach Shane Finney.
Moskovitz-Sklar, formerly a perimeter
playa, now drives to the basket more
effectively. She's also improved her
rebounding and defense. "She's a com-
petitor," Finney says. "She wants to win
more than anybody." The 4.0 student is
considering college options, which may
include more basketball.
The B'nai B'rith basketball league will
have an organizational meeting 6:30
p.m. Nov. 24 at the B'nai B'rith office in
the Max M. Fisher Federation Building
in Bloomfield Township. League partici-
pants must be B'nai B'rith members. For
information, call Marty Melton, (248)
683-7992. ❑

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