Daily News from New York, New York on July 9, 1989 · 64
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t$r '4 daily C?OtlT c rn liudSJI By BILL TRAVERS 64 S NEWS : " ? iV - i , Sundayj juy 9 igagf n n n - n n i i - I Daily News Sports Writer While New Dorp's Mona Majmudar is one of the featured high school All-Stars, her younger brother Kunj and sister Gina are among the standouts on the combined boys-girls middle school All-Star unit Here's the lineup: ' GINA MAJMUDAR (I.S. 2) - The Egbert school graduate will take her 23 straight victories and Mayor's Cup middle school crown to New Dorp. She will join her sister Mona to make the Centrals that much tougher when the Staten Island school defends its -PSAL title next season. Majmudar is ranked No. 7 (14's) by the Eastern Tennis Association. KUNJ MAJMUDAR (I.S 2) - One of Staten Island's budding stars, Kunj had a 20-3 record this year and is ranked 9th (12's) by the ETA. JIGISIIA PATIIAKJI (I.S. 2) Pathakji, a teammate of Majmudar's at the Egbert school, she was a semi finalist in . the Mayor's Cup and is ranked No. 23 among 14-year-olds. ALEX ROBERMAN (JHS 194) -Russian born and trained, Roberman was the boys Middle School Mayor's Cup winner and lost just one match in his first full year of play in the city. He is looking forward to a promising career here in the states. NANCY WIESE (St. Francis Prep) Wiese is ranked No. 23 (14's) by the ETA and 5th in the metropolitan area. She is currently one of the top stars for the NYJTL summer junior team. LUKE LINDER (Dwight) - Despite J . ., .. , - - L , n, , iii Luke Under his youth, Linder is an experienced national tournament player who also plays on the NYJTL team. SARAH NAISON-PHILLIPS (JHS 51) A Brooklynite, Phillips is ranked fifth by the ETA (14's) after finishing the season with a 10-2 record. She was the Mayor's Cup sportsmanship winner as an all-around athlete. SETH GORDON (Horace Mann) -Ranked No. 22 (14's) by the ETA and 14th by the USTA, Seth was a run-nerup for the Mayor's Cup. VALERIE KELLY (Convent of the Sacred Heart) Kelly is an up and coming prospect and figures to be a key player for Sacred Heart next season. Gina Majmudar ARTHUR GERSHFELD (IS 43) - A Brooklynite, Gershfeld reached the Mayor's Cup quarterfinals. ELYSE SEIDEN (Horace Mann) -An aggressive player, Elyse will contribute to the continuing winning tradition at Horace Mann. ROBERT RAMIREZ (JHS 194) -Ramirez, a Reebok team member, is ranked No. 28 (14's) in the East and made it to the semifinals of the Mayor's Cup. - MARLO TABLANTE (JHS 216) - A winner in this year's St Francis Prep Invitational, Tablante led JHS 216 to the Queens Middle School title. RICHARD REYES (Xavier) -Reyes reached the semifinals of the Mayor's Cup tourney. Coach Tom Cas-: Seth Gordon sidy believes that Reyes has the potential to be one of the all-time greati from Xavier. J; . SIMA YAKOBY (Kew Forest) Yaf koby is ranked No. 3 (12's) in girjS ETA metropolitans. 7 f j GERRY PEREZ (Truman) Pere2 finished the season with an 8-2 record and is ranked No. 1 in boys 14-year-old class in the met area. He is a product of the Co-op City Tennis prograirt. Coach Lorraine Rahlsen feels Gerry will dominate Bronx junior toruna-ments this summer. J ? Second team members include Stacy Strowitz (IS 25), Jennifer Boylan (St. Joseph Hill), Chris Gilbert (Trinity), Kirk Spahn (Collegiate) and Ronnie Sussman (Townsend Harris), v. . Cfaisox scout reaps Big Apple harvest AL GOLDIS' roots are in the city. Fresh Meadows, Queens, to be exact. Now the Chicago White Sox director of scouting and player development, Goldis has a national reputation as an outstanding batting instructor and just a few years ago was a partner in the Bayside Indoor Batting Range. At that time he was also a scout for the Chicago White Sox and discovered a young third baseman in Central Park named Devon White. "White is a player you have to have on your high school All-Star team" Goldis told this writer at the time talking about the Park West High School infielder. I followed his advice, -checked out White and named the future California Angels center fielder to the Manhattan-Bronx All-Star squad. Now with the White Sox based in Sarasota, Fla., Goldis has not ignored the local talent as a number of the Sox farmhands are from this area. . Goldis considers former St Francis College pitcher Bob Resnikoff, a left-handed relief pitcher for Sarasota in the Florida State League (A) as a "tremendous prospect". "He was a walk-on, coming down for a tryout and has impressed ever since," said Goldis. "Last year he was 6-2 and while he is just 1-2 as a reliever this season, his ERA is an impressive 1.96. His curveball is his out pitch and his fastball is clocked at 86 mph. His strikeout-innings pitched ratio is excellent with 44 K's in 36 innings." The pitching coach for Sarasota is Don Cooper, a former major league pitcher with Minnesota, Toronto and the Yankees out of Msgr.; McClancy HIGH SCHOOL BILL TRAVERS If-4 M CI J 3 and New York Tech. Former St. Raymond's center fielder Cliff Gonzalez is an outfielder with Sarasota and is hitting just .228 with 11 RBI and no homers. But Goldis feels the hot weather makes the Florida State League a pitcher's league. "If you can hit .250 there, you are doing well," Goldis said. The Sox recently picked up former Cardozo shortstop Dean Tatarian from the Minnesota Twins and assigned him to Utica (Class A) of the New York-Penn League. "They (Minnesota) didn't seem to teach him much," said Goldis. "We're working on his feet to help his range, getting him to use a quick first step, give him explosiveness. He's playing shortstop until there's proof that he can't do it" Tatarian, who cracked a homer into the left-field stands at Yankee Stadium in the Daily News High School All-Stars doubleheader three years ago, has played, in eight, of the iirsL 12 . games hitting ; .240. 3 w i JL X 't Keith Harris, a center fielder out of Queensborough Community College, ? is doing well at Utica where he's bat-; ting .353. As a rookie last year in Sara- sota he batted .324. - There is also a Daily News All-Star foursome Dan Monzon Jr., Mike Mongiello, Scott Egan and Joe Solo-mini playing for the Gulf Coast White Sox in the Rookie Gulf Coast League. Monzon, ex-Cardinal Spell-man and Pace University infielder, is the son of Dan Monzon Sr., former major league infielder with Minnesota and now the supervisor for scouts on the East Coast and Latin America for the White Sox. Egan, a catcher, signed a contract last June on the Yankee dugout after News All-Star twinbill with scout Eddie Ford. Solomini, another catcher, signed as a free agent out of Fairfield University. Jeff Schaefer, a shortstop from Pat-chogue, was up with Chicago earlier in the year but is now in AAA at Vancouver. The Long Island Mets, Tatarian's former sandlot team, went 5-0 in Youngstown, Ohio, capping the trip with a 5-0 victory over Fairfield, Ohio, in the finals to win the July 4th Old Timers Invitational. Mike Becker's Mets also beat Fairfield in the winners bracket's fourth game (11-5) of the 16-team double-elimination tournament. In the championship win over Fairfield, the Mets' Scott Larkin (Chamin-ade, Fairfield University-bound) scattered six hits and walked none while Newtown's Gaston Budes paced the offense with a homer and two RBI. In their previous win, Phil An- driola, the all-city catcher from St. : Francis Prep who's headed for liar- : "l vard, was 3-for-5 with one RBI; Blind ; Brook's Rich Shearer was ?-for-4 with : v van RBlrwhiIe Budes Jiad twd.hits and ,-t ; a RBI. ; - i i 4 ;. : : t J I ' ' , ' 1 '' " ': ' 5 3 : Sean O'Brien, who opened the tournament with a 3-for-3 day with fiye RBI, was named tourney MVP, , Aspiring to play college baseball? Or pro baseball? Then look into Luis Santos' Diamond Pros' Pro Prospect Baseball Camp at Concordia College. The two sessions for boys aged 13-18 - July 17-21 and July 24-28 - will feature instructors from the high school and college levels and even includes major league scouts. Luminaries include Ron Patnosh of CIISAA city champion St. Raymond's; Ken Marchisella of the 1988 Metro Bowl-winning Christ the King; Frank Gian-none of Long Island University; Daln Gallagher of Fordham University; Frank DelGeorge (St Francis); Dick Vining (C.W. Post); Mike Sheppard (Seton Hall) and Luis Santos (Concordia). The scouts will include Warren Almond of the Tigers and Steve Lembo of the Dodgers. 4 ; Diamond Pros also has camps? for boys and girls ages 5, 6 and 7 (mini-camp), a program for boys up to age 12 (little league) and a Softball camp for girls ages 7-12 and 12 and above. 'For more information on all the camps, contact Santos at (718) 343-9347. : : ,Joe Wladyka's campSj like Diamond Pros, have an advanced program. Only players (underclassmen) who have received invitations or who . have be'en recommended by their coaches will be participating July 10-13 at St Joseph's in Metuchen, N.J. cWladyka 5 also provides a college scouting and renniitinrj sfruir Yrr- sonal profile,; video tape) for select 1990 graduates. For more information lon!the advanced campy and. 6thers, contact Wladyka at (201) 935-3917. I i I IM It l '.Mil i I MHti n : i

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