Line Change: Israel's A New Zone For Ethan
By Mark Lichtenfeld
Published by Chaim Mazo
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Published: Oct. 06, 2013
Words: 61,960 (approximate)
A tough Jewish hockey defenseman has landed an NCAA scholarship and has been selected for the Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Now, Ethan's forced to trade his summer and angry girlfriend for an ice rink in Kiryat Shemona
He's stressed over his scholarship, while his Israeli peers get ready for the IDF.
Ethans suddenly forced to choose between the scholarship or the ultimate, Jewish line change.
Ethan Conners is a Chicago Jewish Academy senior who's also the toughest high school hockey defenseman in Illinois, and he's landed an NCAA scholarship to prove it. But Ethan never wanted Team USA to select him for the summer Maccabiah Games in Israel. Now, Ethan's forced to trade a lazy July and angry girlfriend for a shabby ice rink near Kiryat Shemona, and a maniacal coach programmed for victory at all costs. Ethan so wants to be done with this tournament and reclaim his social scene in Chicago. But everything changes when American privilege battles a rugged week of Israeli border town hardship. Now, Ethan's stressing over his cushy hockey scholarship, while his new Israeli peers face three-year stints defending the Jewish State. And when Ethan catches the eye of a sabra girl with shocking ties to Chicago, he's suddenly forced to choose between his dreamy, college free-ride, or the ultimate, Jewish line change.
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