Rainouts and cancellations cut short the schedule this year, but the counselor hoops team did capture the three games with only one loss.
The season opened at Olympus with the counselors dropping a 72-71 decision in the final seconds. Chett Friedman that the attack with 19 points, with Jeff Ruskin and Ken Korder each getting 15 points.
After suffering through a sluggish first-half, the squad rallied to topple Kennybrook 71-57, in its home opener. Ruskin's 19 points led the way with Friedman and Mitch Feldman netting 13 and 12 respectively.
With six players in double figures, the counselors put on their best offensive show of the season by belting Grossinger's 91-66. Korder lead with 17, Friedman with 15, Ruskin with 14, John Wicknertz with 13, Larry Pearlman with 12, Feldman with 10.
At Kennybrook, the counselors held off a late rally by the hosts to gain a 68-63 win. Ruskin's game high 22 points and Friedman's 20, paced the attack and Feldman added 10.
The "B" team dropped a hard-fought 71-67 contest to Chipinaw despite 22 points by Jeff Mutterperl. Ray Porter's radar located 18 points and Doctor Schwartz tossed in 13.
Player-Coach Chas Kellman should be commended for another outstanding season.