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Records

BRECKSVILLE – BROADVIEW HTS. BOYS BASKETBALL RECORDS
WINNING  PERCENTAGE  .638  Updated: 12/1/16
TOTAL WINS: 987
TOTAL LOSSES: 560
Note: Seasons 1939-2015 included.  Total  Games  1,547
MOST WINS – SEASON
2012-’13 23-4
20 WIN SEASONS
1) 2013 23-4
2) 1980 21-3
3) 1988 20-3
4) 1997 20-4
5)                 2016 20-4
19 WIN SEASONS
1) 1960 19-2
2) 1971 19-3
3) 1998 19-5
18 WIN SEASONS
1) 1962 18-2
2) 1949 18-4
3) 1967 18-4
4) 1991 18-4
5) 2012 18-5
6) 2006 18-6
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS & CO-CHAMPIONSHIPS
Southwestern Conference (3)
2011, 2012, 2013
Pioneer Conference – Heritage Division (1)
2006
Pioneer Conference (6)
1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1988, 1991
Cuyahoga Conference (6)
1965, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1972, 1974
Cuyahoga County – West (4)
1961, 1962, 1963, 1964
Cuyahoga County – East (9)
1941, 1942, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960
NOTE:
29 Total league or conference championships or
co-championships in 70 years of records (41% of years).
BEES HISTORICAL CHRONOLOGY:
1941 – First major sport league championship in school history.
1942 – Won 15 straight games.
1953 – Tom Tupa, Sr. becomes all-time leading scorer – 798.
1960 – Won 19 straight games. – Record still stands.
1960 – Last year games were played at current Central School.
1961 – First year games played at middle school – Old Bee Hive.
1966 – Tom Ross scores single game record – 41 points.
1966 – 1,533 fans attend home game vs Barberton.
1967 – Team wins 11th straight conference championship.
(Cuyahoga County East, West or combined.)
1977-78 – First season in Pioneer Conference.
1980 – Best start in school history, 16-0.
1980 – First team to make regional tournament – “Sweet 16”.
1980 – Most single season wins at the time – 21.
1980 – Scott Roth breaks all-time career scoring record at the time.
1980 – Scott Roth averages 27.4 ppg – (remains school record.)
1981 – Scott Roth breaks leg. Misses all but 3 regular season games.
1988 – Tied record of 19 straight wins – after 1-2 start – (20-3).
1991 – 10-0 at home. First Bees team to win all home games.
1997-98 First season at the fabulous Bee Hive.
1999 – Ryan Stefanski sets all-time career scoring record.
2006-’07 First season in Southwestern Conference.
2011-’12 16 straight home wins: 1-26-11 to 2-18-12.
2012-’13 First team to advance to state’s “Elite 8”.
 2015 On July 1 the Bees leave the Southwestern Conference for the Suburban League.
COACHING LEGEND:
Gerald Becker (From 1952-1979)
Elected to OHSBCA Hall-of-Fame in 1978.
522 Overall wins.
433 at BBHHS.
16 conference titles.
FUN FACT:
Brecksville was originally known as the Badgers until the early 1930’s.
Became known as the Bees due to uniforms having a letter “B” on
their chest or due to the fact that the school was using old equipment/
uniforms from Baldwin-Wallace College and took on “Bees” in
reference to the B-W Yellow Jackets nickname.
Another popular belief is that because the school district includes
Brecksville and Broadview Hts. The first letter in each word
begins with a “B”. Hence – here comes the B’s.
BBHHS HEAD BASKETBALL COACHES:
1) 1939-’52 14 years Elmer Gerding (years unknown)
2) 1953-’78 25 years Gerald Becker
3) 1978-’83 5 years William “Biff” Lloyd
4) 1983-’86 3 years Ralph DeSantis
5) 1986-’93 7 years Randy Gonter
6) 1993-’95 3 years Paul Whitney
7) 1995-’07 12 years Dave Bielak
8) 2007 – Current Steve Mehalik
 CONFERENCE MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS:
YEAR                 PLAYER              CONFERENCE
 COACH
 1971-’72  Paul Celuch  Cuyahoga Conference Becker
1979-’80 Scott Roth Pioneer Conference Lloyd
1980-’81 Brian Behmer Pioneer Conference Lloyd
1990-’91 Jim Rittman Pioneer Conference Gonter
1997-’98 Bill Kern Pioneer Conference Bielak
1998-’99 Ryan Stefanski Pioneer Conference Bielak
2012-’13 Mark Chrzanowski Southwestern Conf. Mehalik
Note: Kern and Stefanski were the first and only back-to-back
winners of a league MVP honor in school history.
ALL – OHIO SELECTIONS:
Third Team:
1980 – Scott Roth (27.4 ppg, school record).
1999 – Ryan Stefanski
Special Mention:
1981 – Brian Behmer
2002 – Grant Urbanski
Honorable Mention:
1978 – Jeff Kostorhyz
1988 – Matt Hargett and Scott Nelson
1998 – Ryan Stefanski
2006 – Chris Zajac
2013 – Mark Chrzanowski
LONGEST HOME COURT WINNING STREAK:
16 straight games …
Started: 1-26-11 vs Avon Lake
Ended: 12-18-12 vs Barberton
GREATER CLEVELAND BASKETBALL COACHES ASSOC. ALL – STARS:
1985 – First year of all star game.
1988 – Matt Hargett and Scott Nelson.
1989 – Chris Beiswenger.
1991 – Jim Rittman and Greg Skaljac.
1993 – Michael Tartara.
1997 – Brad Smith and Ricky Scullin.
1998 – Bill Kern.
1999 – Ryan Stefanski.
2002 – Grant Urbanski.
2006 – Chris Zajac and Bryan Hill.
2011 – Kenny Cunningham
 2012 –  Danilo  Radjen
2013 –       Matt                 Csuhran
2013 – Mark  Chrzanowski
 2014 Jon  Balhorn
 2015 Luke Cipolla
 Note: 19 Total G  GCBCA  All-Stars
Updated: 7/19/2015
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