A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
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NCO Years
1919-1944
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1945-1959
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Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
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1987 - 2002
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2003 - 2016

1920-21
Record      7 - 7
N C O L Record   6 - 2
5th Place

1920-21

Back row: Clarence Cordell, Harry Mosier, Coach H. J. Barnhart, Clarence Cook,
             Honor Smith.
Front (seated) Howard Grindle, (Capt) Fred McClintock, Arthur Frentz.

         
Season
         
AHS 75 MEDINA 11  AHS 24 Mansfield 33
AHS 13 Marion Harding 32  AHS 27 CLYDE 18 *
AHS 41 DELWARE 26  AHS 15 Akron South 23 *
AHS 26 MANSFIELD 23  AHS 37 Bucyrus 38
AHS 25 NORWALK 23  AHS 34 Wooster 45
AHS 66 TIFFIN Jr ORDER 7  AHS 26 Akron South 32
AHS 16 Galion 28  AHS 22 SANDUSKY 21


 

Fred McClintock, a future NCO coach, led the A’s in scoring with 173 points, and Clarence Cook had the season-high game with 28 points against Tiffin Jr. Order. Five players scored in the double-figures for 75 points against Medina, which would not be surpassed until 1943. While the Orange and Black ended even on the season, their biggest upset was archrival Mansfield, and it denied the Tygers the NCO title. Arthur Frentz was the hero of the game, when he came off the bench and scored 11 points.

 


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