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

1935-36
Record    18 - 3
N C O L Record    9 - 1
1st Place

1935-36
         
NCO 1935-36 Season
         
AHS 26 ELYRIA 18  AHS 35 MANSFIELD 23
AHS 31 NORWALK 22  AHS 26 GALION 19
AHS 27 Sandusky 28  AHS 35 MARION HARDING 33
AHS 28 WOOSTER 16  AHS 37 SHELBY 28
AHS 27 MANSFIELD 26  AHS 38 MT. VERNON 30
AHS 36 BUCYRUS 31  AHS 34 BELLEVUE 22 *
AHS 43 GALION 17  AHS 32 MANSFIELD 19 *
AHS 28 Marion Harding 29  AHS 33 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 19 *
AHS 48 MT. VERNON 34  AHS 27 FREMONT 20 *
AHS 43 SHELBY 35  AHS 24 Akron South 35 *
AHS 40 WOOSTER 20  AHS


 

After five years as an assistant Tony Lonero took over as the head coach, when Rosie Starn moved on to Kent State. His team dropped two 1-point loses, but still ran up a 12-game winning streak the longest in AHS history until 1968. They were co-NCO champs and Sandusky District champs before losing the first game at the State in Columbus. The team scored 698 points the second highest total to the 1926-27 squad. Bob Sprague led the NCO in scoring (105 points) and the team (167 pts). Bus Hockensmith, the other all-NCO selection, scored 134 points. Seniors Bud Plank and Ken Gongwer scored 94 and 93 points respectively. The future looked bright with four veterans returning and an undefeated JV team (13-0).

 


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