A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1982-83
Record     7 - 14
Cardinal Conference     3 - 7
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1982-83

Left to right: Rob Ward, Craig Stone, Chad McGinnis, Chris Stokes, Kip Matteson, Jon Walter,
Brian Drushell, Brett Lyme, Dave Nuss, Dave Ferabee, Paul Adams, Randy Honaker, Jim Purtell

         
Cardinal Conference 1982-83 Season
         
AHS 63 CLOVERLEAF 54  AHS 56 WOOSTER 55
AHS 58 DOVER 29  AHS 64 NEW PHILLY 51
AHS 57 Mansfield 68  AHS 56 Mansfield Madison 63
AHS 45 Wooster 49  AHS 67 Elyria 97
AHS 43 New Philly 47  AHS 75 Dover 77
AHS 63 Mansfield Madison 74  AHS 57 Sandusky 64
AHS 48 Mansfield Malabar 54  AHS 70 Coshocton 72
AHS 56 DOVER 54  AHS 65 Mansfield Malabar 68
AHS 70 Massillon 77  AHS 67 CLEAR FORK 57
AHS 61 Coshocton 69  AHS 55 Mansfield Malabar 56 *
AHS 77 MT VERNON 66

 

A winning season was so close when four games were lost by a single shot. Twice it was Malabar, the top seed in the Sectional, and the last game was by one-point. It was Coach Jim Barr’s 11th and final season, the longest tenure of any AHS basketball coach with a 115-111 record and 3 CC titles. Chris Stokes was the MVP with 355 points. Jon Walter scored 277 points. Dave Nuss dropped in 160 points and had the most rebounds. Craig Stone was the most accurate foul shooter. Eric Halterman was honored as the Most Improved player. Point guard Rob Ward (100 pts) and Paul Adams (89 pts) earned their second monograms.

 



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