MasterMinds Championship
School without Walls
160, Brighton 45

The 1995-1996 season brought a new regular season formula, with all schools now playing a standardized 12 game regular season. •The third year also found the championship game with two firsts:  the first city school to make the finals and the first school trying to repeat as champion.

School without Walls went 8-4 in the regular season, winning its division.  Walls opened the playoffs with a 190-115 win over Clyde-Savannah.  Wins over Geneseo (220-85), Gates Chili (250-50) and Brighton (270-210) put SWW into the finals.

Brighton also went 9-4 in the regular season, finishing third in its league behind Penfield and McQuaid.  The Barons managed wins over Midlakes (220-120), Greece Arcadia (175-105) and Livonia (215-100) before losing to SWW.  Brighton then beat Penfield in the loser's bracket finals to return to the championship game.

Facing a must-win game, Brighton edged Walls 190-180 in overtime to force a winner-take-all championship.

Walls jumped out to a 100-5 halftime lead, then managed through a low-scoring second half to secure the title.

Brighton started Aviva Geiger (captain), and three others.
McQuaid started Mike Andrews, Zach Auburn, Bryan Antos and one other..

Box Score
School without Walls:  Bryan Antos 30, Zach Auburn 30, Mike Andrews
Brighton:  Aviva Geiger 20