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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-03-12

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Scholar-Athlete Shines

Galilee Tuesday (first place, "B"
Division all-events gross, 1353); Unger
(second place, "K Division high series
net, 520); Hersh (second place, "K
loomfield Hills Cranbrook-
Kingswood senior Abby
Division high series gross, 670); Lynda
Cohen has been named a win- Steinberg, Galilee-Centennial (second
ner of the Michigan High School Athletic place, "B" Division high game net,
176); and Gersten (second place, "A'
Association's Scholar-Athlete Award.
Division high game gross, 260).
Cohen serves on the MHSAAs
Five other Detroit squads finished
Student Advisory Council and has
among the top 15 in the team standings.
been a captain of the Cranbrook-
Pins R Us was third (6156); The Striking
Kingswood girls basketball, girls soc-
Ladies from Israel-Zeiger,
cer and volleyball teams.
captained by Verna Cole, was
Award nominees must carry
sixth (6104); Hallie-Lu-Yahs
a minimum 3.5 grade point
was ninth (6064); Better Be
average, have won a varsity
Lucky Than Good from Galilee
letter in a sport in which the
Tuesday, captained by Shelley
MHSAA conducts a post-sea-
Gershune, was 10th (6010); and
son tournament, and have par-
the Liberal Bowlers from Galilee
ticipated in other school and
Tuesday, captained by Nancy
community activities.
Abby C ohen
Glasser, was 15th (5948).
They also must write an
Four Detroit bowlers were
essay about the importance
honored for rolling a 250 or
of sportsmanship in athlet-
higher game or 600 or higher series in
ics. In Cohen's essay, she wrote that it's
league play. They were Cidnie Herold
important for a high school athlete to
(257/613 on Feb. 4); Karen Minc
exhibit sportsmanship because,"I set
(269/655 on Jan. 6); Sigmon (647 on Feb.
an example for others. I'm a role model
14); and Elaine Meyers (609 on Nov. 7.)
for elementary school children and my
Detroit's Dana Glinski and Dena Wein
teammates, and I represent my school."
were the tournament co-chairs and
Barbara Geller was the scoring chair.
Bowlers Go On Strike
Glinski was elected treasurer of the JWI
Detroit bowlers were on a roll at
Mid-America Bowling Association.
the 61st annual Jewish Women
International Mid-America
Hall Of Fame Open
Tournament held over three days last
The National Jewish Sports Hall of
month at Novi Bowl. Nearly 180 bowl-
Fame will gain seven new members
ers from Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee,
when they are inducted April 26 at the
Minneapolis, St. Paul and St. Louis
Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center in
Commack, N.Y.
Three of the four team awards went
The 2009 induction class includes
to Detroit squads. Hallie-Lu-Yahs
Olympic swimmer Dana Torres; Marvin
from Galilee Tuesday (captain Annette
Miller, former executive director of
Rubinstein, Carolyn Fine, Andrea Reid,
the Major League Baseball Players
Carol Shapiro and Hallie Sterling) had
Association; former Baltimore Colts
the high game of 1133. Pins R Us from
trainer Ed Block; ESPN SportsCenter
Israel-Zeiger (captain Janet Sigmon,
anchor and ESPN.com columnist Linda
Debbie Chinitz, Amy Chimovitz, Sandy
Goldberg and Adrienne Gersten) had the Cohn; track and field star and Olympic
weightlifter Gary Gubner; media legend
second-best high game of 1129.
Dick Schaap; and NFL Hall of Famer
Desperate Housewives from Galilee-
Andre Tippett, former linebacker for the
Centennial (captain Renee Unger, Andi
Feuereisen, Renee May, Lisa Prentice and New England Patriots.
The Hall of Fame is accepting
Sue Hersh) finished in second place in
nominations for awards that honor high
the team standings with 6203. A team
school and college student-athletes.
from Chicago won with 6248.
Contact Alan Freedman at (631) 462-
Here are the individual awards
9800, ext. 119 or visit
earned by Detroit bowlers: Chinitz
(second place, "A" Division all-events
net, 1000); Marsha Bloom, Galilee
Please send sports news to
Tuesday (second place, "A' Division
all-events gross, 1349); Amy Rosender, sports@thejewishnews.com.

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