A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
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1919-1944
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1945-1959
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1987 - 2002
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2003 - 2016

1936-37
Record     17 - 3
N C O L Record  11 - 1
1st Place

1936-37

Standing: Earl Urban, Lawrence Clark, Charles Hockensmith, Bob Sprague, Virgil Scobey.
Seated: Herb Carr, Ed Snook, Wayne Newell, William Ekey, Bob Castor.

         
NCO 1936-37 Season
         
AHS 31 NORWALK 20  AHS 50 GALION 13
AHS 38 BUCYRUS 21  AHS 43 MARION HARDING 24
AHS 25 WOOSTER 24  AHS 44 SHELBY 18
AHS 25 GALION 13  AHS 33 MT.VERNON 23
AHS 40 MARION HARDING 18  AHS 25 Mansfield 28
AHS 46 SHELBY 9  AHS 24 WILLARD 17 *
AHS 38 MT. VERNON 28  AHS 32 BELLEVUE 16 *
AHS 28 MANSFIELD 18  AHS 29 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 18 *
AHS 30 Wooster 33  AHS 20 CINCINNATI HUGHES 16 *
AHS 29 BUCYRUS 27  AHS 23 Massillon 30 *


 

One of the all-time great AHS teams. They won the NCO and set the league record with 18 straight league wins. They won the Sandusky tournament and made it to the State quarterfinals. They lost to a Massillon team coached by Paul Brown. They set the McDowell Auditorium record with over 1600 fans at the Mansfield game. The A’s had a 3-win season over the Tygers for the second year in a row. They had three first-team NCO players. Bob Sprague set the NCO record with 141 of his 216 season high points. Virge Scobey at 6’4 dominated the center jump after every basket. Bus Hockensmith finished his 4-year career of 68 AHS games. The other seniors were: Pudge Clark, Bob Castor, Herb Carr, Hub Urban, Wayne Newell, and Bill Ekey.

 


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