A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1961-62

Standing Left to right mgr Bob Wiand, Bruce Stefan, Gary Williams, Frank Bordonaro, Bruce
  Smalley, Gary Chapman, Jim Bear, Dan Stark, Jim Springer, Jim Baird, Mike Humrichouser
  Larry Seidner, Tim Kwiatek, mgr James Berry 
Kneeling: Coach Bud Plank, Head Coach Sam Marchio

         
Cardinal Conference 1961-62 Season
         
AHS 64 MT VERNON 63  AHS 48 Mansfield Madison 51
AHS 57 TOLEDO DESALES 55  AHS 51 LORAIN Admiral  KING 44
AHS 38 Galion 47  AHS 58 Wooster 61
AHS 58 BELLEVUE 55  AHS 56 New Philly 60
AHS 67 DOVER 65  AHS 41 Tiffin Columbian 58
AHS 42 Wooster 43  AHS 45 Mansfield Madison 52
AHS 55 Norwalk 68  AHS 61 Elyria 78
AHS 59 Mansfield  81  AHS 62 Marion Harding 69
AHS 67 Dover 78  AHS 36 Mansfield St. Pete's 76 *
AHS 45 East Liverpool 46


 

New coach Sam Marchio from Urbana’s State tournament team had one returning letterman Bruce Smalley. The Arrows had a fast start winning 4 of the first 5 games by a basket or less, and then they could only find one more victory. Bruce Smalley led the team in scoring with 240 points. Mike Humrichouser (194 pts), Jim Bear (185 pts), and Dan Stark (180 pts) were first-year starters. It was the last year for McDowell Auditorium as the home court after 35 seasons, and it was the only the second losing season on the home court (1937-38). The Orange and Black won 245 games and lost 63 for a .795 record, and eight years they won every home game.

 



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