A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1968 - 69
Record     18 - 4
Cardinal Conference     11 - 1
1st Place

1968 - 69

Back row: Coach Bud Plank, Jeff Patterson, Frank Weiler, Randy Fierbaugh, Tom Malone,
  Milt Mooney, Howard Gibson, Head Coach Doug McDonald, mgr. Jim Plice.

         
Cardinal Conference 1968-69 Season
         
AHS 56 LANCASTER REEMLIN 24  AHS 71 MT VERNON 50
AHS 63 COSHOCTON 50  AHS 67 MANSFIELD MADISON 44
AHS 61 Mansfield 68  AHS 65 DOVER 46
AHS 38 New Philly 47  AHS 99 WOOSTER 70
AHS 59 MANSFIELD MADISON 34  AHS 71 Mansfield MALABAR 50
AHS 61 DOVER 60  AHS 54 Elyria 60
AHS 67 WOOSTER 54  AHS 64 CANTON CENT CATH 52
AHS 57 Mansfield MALABAR 50  AHS 68 CLEAR FORK 51 *
AHS 53 BRUNSWICK 36  AHS 66 MANSFIELD 65 *
AHS 68 COSHOCTON 65  AHS 69 ONTARIO 45 *
AHS 56 NEW PHILLY 54  AHS 72 Lima Central Catholic 78 *


 

Doug McDonald, who played at Ohio State, took over as head coach, and reeled off four straight 11-1 Cardinal Conference championships. The formidable front line of Mark Humrichouser (369 pts), center Tom Malone (310 points), and Milt Mooney (338 points) led the A’s to 11-wins at home and the Sectional title. In the tournament they defeated Mansfield by one-point in overtime, when Milt Mooney had a 27-point night. The starting guards were: Tom Martinelli (138 pts) and Gary Baum (110 pts). Tom Kime, sixth-man, had 86 points. The tournament trail ended in the NW District at Toledo against Lima Central Catholic. The team finished 15th in the UPI poll.

 



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