A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1983-84
Record     6 - 15
Cardinal Conference     4 - 4
2nd Place

1983-84

Left to right: Scott Shilling, Randy Honaker, Mike Stricklin, Chuck Ritchey, Brett Lyme,
Bruce Fagert, Scott Van Scoy, Jim Busch, Albert McKinney, Darrell Crall.

         
Cardinal Conference 1983-84 Season
         
AHS 51 Cloverleaf 61  AHS 40 Coshocton 48
AHS 45 Galion 50  AHS 44 New Philly 58
AHS 50 Mansfield 51  AHS 52 MANSFIELD MADISON 50
AHS 53 New Philly 60  AHS 46 Elyria 54
AHS 52 MANSFIELD MADISON 44  AHS 41 DOVER 40
AHS 58 Wynford 69  AHS 63 Sandusky 71
AHS 51 Clear Fork 66  AHS 51 Wooster 59
AHS 39 Dover 58  AHS 60 MT VERNON 49
AHS 44 MASSILLON 42  AHS 45 Mansfield Malabar 53
AHS 38 WOOSTER 36  AHS 47 Fremont 63 *
AHS 48 Mansfield Malabar 65

 
Coach Jim Schoch came from Sparta Highland with the credentials of six Sectional championships. He found his only Ashland team had just one senior and no returning lettermen. The Arrows won four games by a field goal or less. Senior Brett Lyme received the “Raised Arrow” Arrow for being a team player and playing to one’s potential. Darrell Crall was the top scorer (294 pts) and assist leader. Bruce Fagert scored 241 points and was the leading rebounder. The other cagers in the line up were: Albert McKinney (114 pts), Scott Shilling (113 pts) and the top defensive player, Chuck Ritchey (108 pts), and Lyme (97 pts).

 



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