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May 16 • 2013
rankel Jewish Academy is
looking for a new coach for its
The search is on for a boys basketball
coach after Marshall Miller left follow-
ing one season. Robert Miller, the West
Bloomfield high school's athletic coordi-
nator, called Marshall Miller's departure
a mutual decision.
"We appreciate the time Marshall gave
us and the excitement he brought to the
program; Miller said.
The Jaguars got off to a fast start last
season, but finished 8-13.
Miller said the academy isn't rushing
to hire a new coach, but it hopes to have
one in place in time for a four-day camp
the team plans to attend in late June at
Macomb Community College.
"We're looking for someone with the
time and energy to make it to all the
practices and games and someone who
can motivate, inspire, lead and be a good
role model; Miller said.
"This is a unique assignment for a
high school basketball coach. We don't
play or practice on Jewish holidays and
Shabbos and our players keep kosher."
Winning isn't everything in Frankel
sports. But winning is important.
"It's time to raise the bar higher for
this team, to be more competitive than it
has been," Miller said.
Candidates should send an email to
Robert Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being Jewish isn't a prerequisite to apply
for the job.
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's annual gala
Tuesday, May 28, has a JCC Maccabi
Titled "Celebrating 30 Years of
Champions:' the gala commemorates
the 1984 Maccabi Games that Detroit
hosted and is serving as a kickoff for the
2014 Maccabi Games and ArtsFest that
Detroit will host.
Detroit also hosted the Maccabi
Games in 1990, 1998 and 2008.
There's no admission charge to the
gala for Detroit's 2013 Maccabi Games
athletes, artists and coaches. Otherwise,
tickets are $36 (supporter), $125 (spon-
sor, includes two tickets) and $360
(patron, includes two tickets) with
proceeds benefiting JCC youth program-
Past Maccabi Games athletes, artists,
coaches, volunteers and friends are invit-
ed to attend for a reunion and bring their
medals and pins. Photos will be taken.
The Maccabeats will entertain at the
gala. The New York-based men's a cap-
pella group that is known for its clever
lyrics about Jewish life performed to
modern rock songs recently sang for
President Barack Obama and has more
than 10 million views on YouTube.
A "healthy" dinner created for athletes
will be served and there will be a dessert
The gala will be at 6 p.m. in the
Berman Center for the Performing Arts
at the JCC in West Bloomfield. For ticket
information, call Paul Barker at (248)
Wrath Of Cahn
Andrew Cahn is having a memorable
freshman season with the Western
Michigan University men's tennis team.
The former West Bloomfield High
School star helped the
Broncos win the Mid-
named to the MAC
and played last week-
end with his team in
the NCAA tourna-
Cahn beat Max
Phillips 6-3, 6-1 at No. 5 singles in
Western Michigan's 4-3 victory over host
Northern Illinois in the conference tour-
nament championship match.
"That was an unbelievable match,
unlike anything I've experienced in my
career," Cahn said.
With his team down 1-0 following the
doubles matches, Calm put the Broncos
on the board and gave them a huge lift
by defeating Phillips.
It was the 10th conference tournament
won by Western Michigan since the
MAC starting holding the tournament in
1999. The Broncos have won seven of the
last eight titles.
Cahn went 21-2 at No. 1 singles for
West Bloomfield when he was a senior,
and he finished second in the Michigan
High School Athletic Association
Division 1 state tournament.
His career record in high school was
87-14. He played No. 2 singles as a fresh-
man and sophomore, and No. 1 singles
as a junior and senior. ❑
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