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October 01, 2009 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-10-01

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Health &
Fitness

SPORTS

Rally Time

Pisgah II comes
back to win fifth
straight softball
championship.

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Pisgah II: Back row:
Jared Gorback, Lee Eisenberg,
Ryan Weiss, Seth Gorback,
Ron Silberstein, Justin
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own by five runs head-
ing into the bottom of
the seventh inning, it
appeared Pisgah II's domination
of the B'nai B'rith Softball League
playoffs was coming to an end.
But Pisgah II scored six runs
— the last on a two-out walkoff
RBI single by Ryan Weiss — and
beat Zeiger 15-14 at Drake Sports
Park in West Bloomfield to win its
fifth consecutive playoff title.
The league record was four
consecutive titles won by
Morganthau from 1996-99. Loren
Allen, Lee Eisenberg and Rob
Kaplan were members of those
Morganthau teams and they've
done it again with Pisgah II.
"It hasn't been easy to do what
our teams have done," Kaplan
said. "This is a very competitive
league. One of our secrets has
been to have close to the maxi-
mum of 18 players every year.
Because this is a Sunday morning
league, it seems guys always have
conflicts with family events and
vacations."
Pisgah II finished 20-2-1 this
summer, including 17-2-1 in win-
ning the eight-team regular-sea-

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