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February 20, 2004 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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Sports

Last Year's Stars
Lead This Year's Teams

tournament championship in
November by winning the 149-pound
title at the Ashland Open. The fresh-
man finished third at the Michigan
wo of last year's honorable
State Open with a 5-1 record and
mention All-Staters help
placed second at the Eastern Michigan
lead this season's
Open with a 4-1 mark. Tannenbaum's
Bloomfield Hills
overall record is 13-2.
Cranbrook-Kingswood girls hockey
Adam Bruh is one of the top players
team. Senior forward Sabrina Must,
an assistant captain, has nine goals and in the four-year history of University
of Michigan varsity soccer. The sopho-
14 assists through early February.
more midfielder from Roslyn Heights,
Junior goalie Hilary Schreiber, who
N.Y., holds the U-M record for career
posted a 20-4-1 record last year, is 6-
assists with 21 and set the single sea-
2-1 this season.
son assist record of 13 in 2002.
The team includes three more
Bruh was named to the College
Jewish skaters, all sophomore forwards
Soccer News All-
— A.J. Roberts (2 goals, 6
Freshman third team
assists), Liz Belen (1 goal, 3
last year. He finished
assists) and Sammie Johnson
this season with three
(1 goal, 2 assists).
goals and eight assists
Walled Lake Western's
while starting all 22
hockey team is led by senior
games. In Michigan's
forward/defenseman Eric
first-ever
NCAA tour-
second-year
Lubanski. The
nament appearance,
captain, an honorable men-
Bruh helped send U-
tion All-League selection last
M to the Elite Eight
year, has 18 goals and 22
by scoring the second
assists through 17 games this
of U-M's four penalty
season. Lubanski was recently
Lubanski
kick
goals in a victory
named an Oakland County
against Notre Dame.
athlete of the week by the
Oakland University soccer made its
Detroit News.
second consecutive NCAA tournament
Pro hockey veteran Aaron Brand,
appearance this season, thanks in part
28, is playing across the Blue Water
to the play of junior midfielder Shahar.
Bridge from his native Sarnia this year
Ktovim. The Tel Aviv native started 19
as a member of the Port Huron
of 21 games and placed fourth in team
Beacons of the United Hockey League
scoring with three goals and six assists.
(UHL). Through 43 games, the versa-
In 2002, he started 12 of 20 games,
tile Brand had 17 goals and 17 assists
scoring six goals and adding two assists
for 34 points, with three power play
goals, a pair of shorthanded tallies and to finish second on the team in scor-
ing. He netted the game-winning goal
five game-winning scores.
in the Mid-Continent Tournament
Brand, a center, played in the UHL
finals as the Golden Grizzlies captured
All-Star game last month. Brand was a
their first conference tournament title.
high-scoring junior player, netting 46
goals among 119 points with Sarnia of Ktovim was selected to the 2002 Mid-
Con All-Tournament team and was
the Ontario Hockey League in 1995-
named the tournament's MVP. He
96. He's played seven minor league
played in eight games, with three
seasons since then and spent part of
starts,
as a freshman.
one year playing in Austria. In 2000-
Soccer player Keren Stiebel of the
01, he scored 29 goals and 68 points
for Arkansas of the East Coast Hockey Jewish Academy of Metro Detroit is a
finalist for the Michigan High School
League. Last year, he netted 23 goals
Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete
and added 42 assists for the ECHL's
Award. It recognizes one athlete from
Cincinnati Cyclones.
each of the 26 sports the MHSAA
Eric Tannenbaum, from Naperville,
sponsors.
The winners, who'll be
Ill., is the University of Michigan's
announced this month, earn $1,000
number-two wrestler in his weight
college scholarships.
class. But he gained his first college

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