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he Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit's base-
ball team is young, with no
seniors among its 16 play-
ers, so the Jaguars are competing
against some JV teams as well as varsi-
ty opponents.
Next year, however, the squad will
be a full-fledged member of the
Catholic League. Among the key play-
ers who helped the Jaguars begin the
season 5-1 are junior first baseman
and ace pitcher Sam Yashinsky, who
bats cleanup, and junior centerfielder
Bradley Garden, the leadoff hitter.
Other juniors include outfielder
Jacob Kahn, shortstop/pitcher Josh
Cohen, catcher/outfielder Andrew
Garon, first baseman/pitcher Alex
Tapper and second baseman Josh
Blechman.
Sophomores include outfielder/DH
Brad Pierce, catcher/DH Michael
Goss, outfielder Levi Stewart and
utility man Eric Awerbach.
The Jaguars also carry five fresh-
men: catcher Matt Kurzmann,
infielder/DH Noah Curhan, third
baseman Brad Garon, outfielder
Daniel Kohn and infielder Aric Klar.
Larry Garon is the head coach.
Gary Yashinsky and Tim Cohen are
his assistants. The team will compete
in the Class D state tournament later
this season.
Senior Adam Dechow is the start-
ing centerfielder at Walled Lake
Central. Sophomore Lowell Schwalb
is the starting catcher for Central's JV
squad.
This season marks Stew Bronstein's
20th anniversary as West Bloomfield's
softball coach. His Jewish players
include three senior starters: first base-
man/outfielder Michelle Neff, second
baseman/outfielder Aimee Roby and
centerfielder Erica Lewis. Juniors
include pitching ace Jessica Topor,
outfielder Stephanie Marcus and
pitcher Maddy Zingle. Sophomore
Michelle Lankowsky starts at short- -
stop and freshman utility infielder
Sarah Elkus has started at several
positions.
West Bloomfield graduate Alissa
Kerner is a freshman first baseman on

MIT's softball team. She began the
season 0-for-2 in four games.
West Bloomfield's tennis team is off
to a good start and figures to get even
better as junior David Murav recovers
from a broken left wrist. The right-
hander played No. 1 singles last year
but he began this season playing with
a cast, which forced him to hit one-
handed backhands instead of his usual
two-hander. Nevertheless he's in the
lineup at No. 2 singles.
Senior Mike Feldman plays No. 3
singles and sophomore Mike Boren
No. 4. Senior Seth Gold plays No. 2
doubles. Junior Matt Plein and soph-
omore Aaron Seidman have both
played at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles,
while junior David Metter and sopho-
more Rob Jurewicz have both played
at No. 4 doubles.
Bloomfield Hills Andover's tennis
team includes six Jewish players, led
by junior Howie Migdal at No. 1 sin-
gles, plus sophomore Isaac Kalo at
No. 2 and senior Matt Ran at No. 4.
Doubles players include senior Alex
Kahn and junior Jeff Taxe at No. 3
and sophomore Shaun Silver, who's
played at No. 4 and No. 5. The
Barons' early-season highlight was a
victory at the eight-team Port Huron
Invitational.
Steve Weingarden is in his fifth year
as Berkley High's tennis coach. His
team includes junior Michael Coden
at No. 3 singles, sophomore Andrew
White at No. 4 singles, sophomore
Matt Weitzman at No. 2 doubles and
junior Bobby Siporin at No. 3 dou-
bles.
Birmingham Groves' tennis team
includes junior Jake Seidman at No. 4
singles, plus four sophomore doubles
players: Brad Krasnik at No. 1,
Jackson Klein at No. 3, Andy
Semanson at No. 3 and No. 4, and
Aaron Sklar at No. 4.
Wayne State University senior Kim
Spaulding earned the Detroit-based
school's President's Award for academ-
ic success. Spaulding played four years
of hockey at WSU. ❑

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