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The 38th Banquet

The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame will hold banquet #38 on Sunday, May 2, 2021. More information will follow soon.

This year’s inductees :

  • Robert Chetlin – Sports Science
  • Kaitlyn (Orstein) Fife – Swimming
  • Josh Helmrich – NFL Sports Executive
  • Dylan Reese – Hockey.
  • Mark Haffner will receive the Ziggy Kahn Award
  • Sherree Goldstein will be presented the Manny Gold Humanitarian Award.

We will also be honoring local 2021 Jewish High School Seniors with the Nathan H. Kaufman Award for their athlete and scholastic achievements.

Due to the pandemic we had to cancel the 2020 banquet. We do want to recognize our 2020 Nathan H. Kaufman Awardees:

Marissa Alpern Mt. Lebanon track & field
Eli Anish Taylor Allderdice cross country & track
Jacob Brand Franklin Reginal football, wrestling & track
Jacob Correnti Fox Chapel lacrosse & soccer
Madeline Dorish Mt. Lebanon swimming
Ethan Ewing Taylor Allderdice soccer
Mason Feldstein Central Catholic football, wrestling & rugby
Maya Groff Shady Side Academy swimming & track & field
Elizabeth Grossman Winchester Thurston field hockey
Blake Haber Taylor Allderdice basketball, baseball
Lauren Haffner Taylor Allderdice tennis
Andrew Landman Blue Ridge School lacrosse
Spencer Latterman Stratton Mountain lacrosse & freestyle- moguls
Sophie Levitt Obama Academy soccer & basketball
David Missry Taylor Allderdice tennis
Henry Rosenberg Taylor Allderdice soccer
Olivia Rosenberg Shady Side Academy squash & ultimate frisbee
Coby Schwartz The Kiski School lacrosse & swimming
Ryan Schwartz North Allegheny soccer
Margo Silverman Neshannock tennis
Julia Strassburger Taylor Allderdice field hockey, dance & track
Alex Wecht Fox Chapel football & wrestling

 

For more information about the banquet or membership to the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, please contact Alan Mallinger at 412-697-3545.

The History of the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame of Western Pennsylvania

The Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame of Western Pa was founded in 1982 with a dual mission:
To financially support Jewish related sports programs in Western Pennsylvania and Israel and to find Jewish men and women with connections to Western Pennsylvania who have achieved a high level in athletic competition, or with prestigious careers that are closely related to the sports field, and to honor them with induction into our Hall of Fame.

All contributions, membership fees and proceeds from the annual banquet are distributed to youth sports organizations in the Pittsburgh area and in Israel.

The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame supports the following programs: EKC Sports Equipment, Indoor Triathlon, J&R Day Camp, Maccabi Youth Games, Membership and Program Scholarships, Sailfish Swim Team, and Camping and Early Childhood Development Center at the South Hills Center.

All revenues generated are used to benefit youth sports programs in Western Pennsylvania and Israel.

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