A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1932-33
Record      15 - 5
N C O L Record     6 - 2
1st Place

AHS BB 1932-33

Top Row: Left to Rt. Coach G. D. “Rosie” Starn, Paul “Ducky” Hazen, Raymond “Nick” Dolby,
  Jim Jesson (Bill McKee called the Red Lantern, the Jim Jesson trophy), Ray Harmon.
Bottom row: Assist. Coach Frank “Tony” Lonero, Earl Thomas, Dick Brindle, Karl Kendig.

         
NCO 1932-33 Season
         
AHS 29 CLEVELAND WEST 20  AHS 42 SHELBY 24
AHS 25 ELYRIA 17  AHS 35 FREMONT 24
AHS 27 NORWALK 19  AHS 17 Mansfield 18
AHS 30 ADA 6  AHS 25 WOOSTER 16
AHS 23 Lima Central 24  AHS 29 MARION 20
AHS 16 Tiffin Jr. Order 25  AHS 27 SHELBY 18
AHS 36 MANSFIELD 22  AHS 38 GALION 14
AHS 24 BUCYRUS 16  AHS 33 WILLARD 15 *
AHS 24 Marion Harding 27  AHS 25 NORWALK 9 *
AHS 27 GALION 15  AHS 16 Fremont 18 *


The A’s were the North Central Ohio League co-champions for the third straight year. Earl Thomas finished his fine career with his 4th letter, All-Ohio honors, and the career record with his four season totals of 27, 107, 205, & 193 points. Nick Dolby (176 pts), Richard Brindle (134 pts), and Paul Hazen (50 pts) earned their second letters. While the fifth starter James Jesson (112 pts) earned his first "A". The team graduated seven seniors and Earl Thomas went on to play at Ohio State University.

 


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