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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1945-1959
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Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2016

1940-41
Record     14 - 7
N C O L Record    5 - 5
4th Place

1940-41
         
NCO 1940-41 Season
         
AHS 39 NORWALK 26  AHS 27 Bucyrus 30
AHS 47 WOOSTER 17  AHS 38 Marion Harding 46
AHS 28 SHELBY 26  AHS 42 SANDUSKY 28
AHS 32 Mt. Vernon 42  AHS 67 GALION 26
AHS 30 Bucyrus 31  AHS 33 BELLEVUE 30 *
AHS 43 MANSFIELD 36  AHS 49 TIFFIN JR ORDER 29 *
AHS 30 Marion Harding 31  AHS 57 WILLARD 30
AHS 49 GALION 22  AHS 40 FREMONT 24 *
AHS 47 SHELBY 27  AHS 34 LOUDONVILLE 30  
AHS 37 MT. VERNON  31  AHS 33 Springfield Township 38 *
AHS 35 Mansfield 47


 

New Coach A.L. Buckner had just an average season 5-5 in the NCO and fourth place, but it turned into a storybook year when the A’s swept the Sandusky District with four wins. The trip to Columbus was the 4th in ten years for Ashland. The Orange and Black lost to a taller Springfield Township. Ironically at the State, which was played in the Fair Grounds Coliseum in Columbus, Massillon, who conquered of our ’37 team, eliminated a Bryan team, which was coached by C. E. Taylor. Capt. Bob Howell and Pete Risser, the top scorer (166 pts), were first-team NCO. Dean Duffey (134 pts), Howell (123 pts), and Phil Stentz (108 pts) all broke the century mark for the season.

 


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