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Getting His Hicks

MIKE ROSENBAUM
Special to the Jewish News

J

ordan Gruber
was selected Big
Ten Offensive
'Player of the Week in
men's soccer for the
week of Aug. 30-Sept.
5.
The Michigan State
University senior for-
ward netted four goals
and added two assists
Gruber
in three games. The
Birmingham Groves
graduate scored two goals, including the
game-winner, in the Spartans' 3-0 sea-
son-opening victory at Bowling Green.
He added one goal and two assists in a
4-2 win over St. Francis (Penn.), then
scored again in a 3-0 victory over
Western Illinois.
Birmingham Seaholm's M.G. Shapiro
was promoted to head football coach,
after serving as junior varsity coach last
year. A 1997 Seaholm graduate, Shapiro
was a starting guard/defensive end who
captained the Maples his senior year.
While attending the University of
Michigan, Shapiro helped coach
Seaholm players during summer work-
outs and team camp. He became a full-
time coach at Seaholm after graduation.
Shapiro's current assistants include
long-time Seaholm offensive coordinator
Matt Turner, who held the same posi-
tion when Shapiro played for the
Maples. Having his former coach as his
assistant "brings out the best in me,"
Shapiro says. "I have so much respect for
him that I find myself trying to do my
best in front of him."
West Bloomfield's quintet of Jewish
football players includes two returning
seniors, two-way lineman Mike Burda
and running back/linebacker Sam
Rosenbaum, as well as three juniors:
Mike Peres and David Blumer, who
both play linebacker and fullback, plus
two-way lineman Mike Levine.
Farmington's football team includes
Josh Rollins, a junior offensive tackle/
linebacker. Junior linebacker/ guard
Gabe Schwartz is a first-year varsity
player at Farmington Harrison.
Brian Indianer has displayed a nose
for the football while playing for Walled
Lake Central's freshman team. Indianer
recovered an onside kick attempt and
two fumbles in the Vikings' 20-6 victory
over Canton. Indianer nearly duplicated

his feat against Westland John Glenn,
recovering an onside kick try and anoth-
er fumble as Central won its third
straight game, 22-15.
Indianer is a starting tight end and
defensive' end. He receiVed Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit 's inau-
gural Herbert W. Kaufman boys' schol-
ar/athlete award last spring. Liz Traison
won the girls' award.
Lloyd Strausz, 86, won the table ten-
nis championship in the 85-89 age
group at the
Michigan Senior
Olympics last month.
It was Strausz' third
senior title in the past
four years. A lifelong
table tennis enthusi-
ast, Strausz will com-
pete in the National
Senior tournament in
Pittsburgh next June.
Strausz
Shir Shalom defeat-
ed defending champi-
on Young Israel 22-4 to win the Men's
Club Inter-Congregational Softball
League title. Shir Shalom was 7-0 in the
regular season, and beat Sha2rey Zedek
in the playoff semi-finals. Shir Shalom's
players were: David Blume, Mike
Cooper, Brian Efrusy, Craig Efrusy,
Richard Elias, David Gach, Gary
Grossman, Dan Lippitt, Eric Mintz,
Howard Rosner, Ryan Schneider, Bob
Tarnow and Howard Whitman.
Danny Aronovitz successfully defend-
ed his club golf championship at
Knollwood Country Club, while Bluma
Schecter won the women's title. At
Franklin Hills, Katie Solomon repeated
as the women's champion and Lyle
Wolberg won on the men's side. Richard
Small and Judy Porvin were the men's
and women's champs at Wabeek.
Kevin Fisher finished the Lake Placid
Ironman in 13 hours and three minutes.
The event was Fisher's first full ironman
competition. He posted times of one
hour 12 minutes in the swim, 6:49 on
the bike and 4:45 in the marathon run.
Pistons second-round draft pick
Rickey Paulding will try to develop his
skills this season playing for Hapoel
Jerusalem, an Israeli pro basketball team.
The Detroit Pistons, who haven't offered
Paulding a contract, will retain his NBA
rights. ❑

To submit information to the Jewish Stars
column, write
sports@thejewishnews.com

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