A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1934-35
Record   10 - 10
N C O L Record   3 - 5
3rd Place

AHS BB 1934-35

Left to right: Back row: Robert McPherson, Bob Depler, Bus Hockensmith, Bud Plank, Glenn Zercher, Kenny Gongwer
Front Row: Chuck Garrettson, Dick Keffer, Jack Emminger, Joe Harvath, Gib Clark, Glenn Morrison,

         
NCO 1934-35 Season
         
AHS 21 Elyria 29  AHS 20 Bucyrus 33
AHS 23 NORWALK 19  AHS 13 Shelby 24
AHS 24 WOOSTER 19  AHS 31 GALION 28
AHS 21 MT. VERNON 13  AHS 27 Marion Harding 33
AHS 5 Sandusky 17  AHS 30 MANSFIELD 15
AHS 30 Shelby 32  AHS 27 AKRON EAST 17
AHS 21 Galion 26  AHS 22 NORWALK 15 *
AHS 19 Wooster 20  AHS 25 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 15 *
AHS 15 Mansfield 22  AHS 32 TOLEDO DEVILBISS 30 *
AHS 25 MARION HARDING 21  AHS 26 Lima South 31 *


 

Although finishing the season even, the A’s beat Marion; the NCO champs, and won three straight tournament games making it to the Findlay District finals one game from State. As a team the Orange and Black shot 20 percent from the field, which was considered the standard for that era. Bud Plank, 1st team all-NCO, was the leading scorer with 117 points. Bus Hockensmith, 2nd team all-NCO, was the second leading scorer with 99 points. The Rosie Starn era ended with an 84-50 record and three NCO titles. He headed off to Kent State University.

 


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