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 - 2017

1927-28
Record 11 - 4
N C O L Record     4 - 1
1st Place
1927-28
         
NCO 1927-28 Season
         
AHS 27 BEREA 23  AHS 29 Shelby 30
AHS 31 CLEVE. JOHN ADAMS 24  AHS 34 MANSFIELD 29
AHS 19 ORRVILLE 10  AHS 35 WOOSTER 27
AHS 37 MILLERSBURG 11  AHS 25 MARION HARDING 24
AHS 11 Mansfield 21  AHS 42 BUCYRUS 40
AHS 25 GALION 23  AHS 47 ORRVILLE 17
AHS 20 Akron West 27  AHS 17 Youngstown Rayen 37 *
AHS 41 WOOSTER 21  

 

Ashland got a new gymnasium, which is now called McDowell Auditorium, and a new coach Sid Boyd, who changed the A’s to a zone defense on the larger court. His "Speedboys" won the NCO with a 4-1 record, and Elmer Fisher won the league’s scoring crown with 57 points. James Donley and Fisher (126 pts) split the co-captains duties. Paul "Beanie" Johnson was the second leading scorer with 89 points. Dick Paxton, Fred Larue, and Earl Kirkpatrick were the other starters.

 


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