A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1969-70
Record     17 - 2
Cardinal Conference     11 - 1
1st Place

1969-70

Back row: Mark Hamilton, Gary Baum, Mark Zarnstorff, Randy LaRue, Mike Mooney,
  Tom Malone, Dave Honaker, Jack Starkey, George Andress, Jack Vanosdall, Mike Glasser,
   Mike Howell.

Front row: Coach Stan Ely, Head Coach Doug McDonald, Coach Jerry Phillips
         
Cardinal Conference 1969-70 Season
         
AHS 82 LANCASTER REEMLIN 57  AHS 72 Mansfield MALABAR 54
AHS 89 DOVER 50  AHS 93 MT VERNON 53
AHS 71 MANSFIELD 67  AHS 70 WOOSTER 55
AHS 93 Mansfield MALABAR 67  AHS 62 New Philly 66
AHS 77 WOOSTER 55  AHS 78 COSHOCTON 66
AHS 64 NEW PHILLY 60  AHS 66 ELYRIA 52
AHS 73 COSHOCTON 54  AHS 73 DOVER 50
AHS 68 MANSFIELD MADISON 65  AHS 72 MANSFIELD MADISON 50
AHS 83 BRUNSWICK 50  AHS 72 CANTON CENT CATH 68  
         AHS
48
Marion Harding
54
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The Arrows were the 8th ranked team in Ohio, and had only one regular season loss to New Philly. The Quakers ended two streaks: 29-straight home wins and 18-straight CC wins. The T-G headlines were “Shocker,” when Marion Harding upset the A’s at Galion in the first round of the Sectional tournament. All five starters made the All-CC team. Tom Malone, 2nd team All-Ohio, set the single game record with 42-points against Brunswick. Milt Mooney had the best field goal percentage (58.9). Mark Hamilton had 118 assists. The starting quintet scores were: Malone (473), Mooney (277), Dave Honaker (258), Gary Baum (135), and Hamilton (130).

 



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