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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Independent Era
1945-1959
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Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
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Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2016

1924-25
Record      7 - 6
N C O L Record     4 - 2
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1924-25

NCO 1924-25 Season
         
AHS 44 ALUMNI 26  AHS 38 CLEVELAND SOUTH 21
AHS 10 Lorain 17  AHS 42 MANSFIELD 31
AHS 19 Canton McKinley 38  AHS 35 BUCYRUS 22
AHS 15 Delaware 23  AHS 26 Marion Harding 32
AHS 37 GALION 18  AHS 26 Lakewood 28 *
AHS 30 Toledo Libbey 33  AHS 49 MANSFIELD 27
AHS 44 COL. DEAF & DUMB 22  

 

Phil Lersch led the A’s in scoring (200 pts) and won the NCO scoring title (95 pts), too. He had games of 25 and 21-points against Mansfield. The Orange and Black Varsity and Seconds both defeated Mansfield twice to run their two-year string to eight wins over the Red and White. Maurice Johnson, who scored 106 points, was lost as a mid-year graduate. Lersch and Don McEntire were named 1st team NCO. Johnson was 2nd team and Clayton Mundorf honorable mention. The home court was the new East Main Armory, which still stands next to Osborn Elementary School.

 


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