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

1925 - 26
Record 12 - 3
N C O L Record    6 - 0
1st Place

1925 - 26

Back row: Earl Ebert, Coach Harry J. Barnhart, Paul Johnson
Middle: Lewin Vermillion, Dave Query, Capt. Bill Query, Hayden Fouts, Ray Miller
Front: Robert Riley, Ray Morr. Not pictured: Don McEntire

         
NCO 1925-26 Season
         
AHS 38 ALUMNI 29  AHS 29 BUCYRUS 27
AHS 17 Cleveland Central 39  AHS 14 CLEVE. CENTRAL 13
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AHS 23 DELAWARE 18  AHS 26 JOHN MARSHALL 5
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AHS 52 GALION 19  AHS 24 CLEVE. HEIGHTS 22
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AHS 30 WOOSTER 18  AHS 40 Cleveland Central 48
AHS 53 SHELBY 7  AHS 22 Akron South 28
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AHS 34 MANSFIELD 27  AHS 42 MANSFIELD 20
AHS 31 MARION HARDING 16


 

They were called “the most successful season AHS has ever had.” The A’s were the first double champions: undefeated in the NCO and District champs with three wins at Cleveland Public Hall. The talent-laden squad was led by the Query brothers: Capt Bill and Dave, both of whom became NCO coaches. Ray Miller set the scoring records at AHS and Wooster College. Maurice Johnson was recognized in the NCO, and Paul Johnson would be an All-American Football player at Army. Don McEntire won three letters in basketball and was AHS Football Captain.

 


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