A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1984-85
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1984-85

Left to Right: Jeff Ream, Steve Yoder, Scott Shilling, Scott Van Scoy, Bruce Fagert,
Chuck Ritchey, Mike Stricklin, Tim Babcock, Mike Garbash, Albert McKinney, Darrell Crall.

         
Cardinal Conference 1984-85 Season
         
AHS 38 Cloverleaf 43  AHS 56 Wooster 58
AHS 51 GALION 46  AHS 45 Mansfield Malabar 82
AHS 65 Mansfield 78  AHS 56 New Philly 63
AHS 54 Sandusky 56  AHS 52 Mansfield Madison 81
AHS 56 Coshocton 63  AHS 56 DOVER 52
AHS 50 New Philly 81  AHS 58 Mt Vernon 60
AHS 79 WYNFORD 77  AHS 58 Wooster 74
AHS 56 Mansfield Madison 74  AHS 32 Mansfield Malabar 92
AHS 75 Clear Fork 78  AHS 53 MANSFIELD MADISON 50 *
AHS 58 Massillon 69  AHS 48 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 45 *
AHS 40 Dover 70  AHS 53 Mansfield 56 *
AHS 69 MARION HARDING 39

 

Phil Hawk came back to Ashland after coaching at Mansfield St. Peters. The three Mapleton transfers led the team in scoring: MVP Bruce Fagert (255), Chuck Ritchey (225), and Darrell Crall (203). The tri-captains were: Crall, Albert McKinney (118 pts), and Scott Van Scoy (78 pts). The Arrows with only one conference win upset the CC champs, the Madison Rams, in the Sectional opener on Scott Shilling’s tremendous 26-point evening (and 199 pts for the season). The A’s almost beat Mansfield in the Sectional finals, a team that went on to the State finals. This was the only Orange and Black cage team to win a tournament game from 1979 to 1989.

 



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