A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1931-32
Record    19 - 4
N C O L Record    8 - 2
1st Place

AHS BB 1931-32

Top Row: Left to Rt. Coach G. D. Rosie Starn, Paul “Ducky” Hazen, mascot The Red Lantern,
  Chuck Campbell, Karl Kendig, Grant Clark.
Bottom row: Assist. Coach Frank “Tony” Lonero, Frank Zercher, Chuck Morrison, Earl Thomas,
  Dick Brindle, Raymond “Nick” Dolby, Jim Jesson, Ray Harmon.

         
NCO 1931-32 Season
         
AHS 21 BEREA 17  AHS 32 MARION HARDING 17
AHS 24 NORWALK 14  AHS 25 MANSFIELD 14
AHS 33 TIFFIN JR. ORDER 26  AHS 40 BUCYRUS 14
AHS 23 SHELBY 22  AHS 30 GALION 12
AHS 23 Marion Harding 29  AHS 30 MANSFIELD 17 *
AHS 31 AKRON SOUTH 16  AHS 30 SANDUSKY 18 *
AHS 21 MANSFIELD 16  AHS 19 Norwalk 20 *
AHS 23 WOOSTER 17  AHS 16 LIMA CENTRAL 14 *
AHS 16 GALION 9  AHS 28 FREMONT 23 *
AHS 18 Bucyrus 20  AHS 28 AKRON EAST 21 *
AHS 26 FREMONT 21  AHS 31 Columbus North 33 *
AHS 35 SHELBY 27


The Starnmen made it to the Final Four before losing in double overtime to Columbus North, the State champions; and Earl Thomas was unanimously selected first-team All-Ohio. It was the farthest any AHS team has ever advanced. Thomas scored 205 points, and Chuck Morrison (105 pts) and Raymond “Nick” Dolby (104 pts) were all first-team NCO honorees. Sub Grant Clark had the best shooting average 57 percent, and Charles Campbell started the first nine games before his mid-year graduation. Their 19-wins was the school record until 1948. The “lucky” Red Lantern followed the team to State and remained a rivalry trophy with Mansfield until 1936.

 


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