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

1941-42
Record    16 - 5
N C O L Record    8 - 2
1st Place

1942-42

NCO 1941-42 Season
         
AHS 26 NORWALK 19  AHS 33 Mansfield 35
AHS 44 TIFFIN JR ORDER 38  AHS 39 MT. VERNON  35
AHS 33 WOOSTER 20  AHS 46 BUCYRUS 35
AHS 51 GALION 28  AHS 57 SANDUSKY 34
AHS 34 SHELBY 24  AHS 38 MARION HARDING 30
AHS 27 Mt. Vernon  34  AHS 52 MANSFIELD MADISON 30
AHS 31 Mansfield 42  AHS 47 MANSFIELD MADISON 19 *
AHS 28 BUCYRUS 27  AHS 34 SHELBY 31 *
AHS 43 Marion Harding 46  AHS 46 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 24 *
AHS 60 GALION 19  AHS 31 Mansfield 37 *
AHS 42 SHELBY 28


The A’s won their 6th co-championship of the nine NCO titles. In the District they suffered their third loss of the season to Mansfield. All five starters were recognized on the all-NCO team as the team’s balance showed in their scoring totals. First team Whitey Semple (118), 2nd team Phil Stentz (171), and honorable mentions were Bud Prentice (148), Chuck Bartley (139), and Jim Shull (93). The co-champs Marion Harding, the largest school in the NCO, had become the A’s second nemesis with their infamous Steam Shovel gym and their outstanding coach Dewey Bohyer, who coached 7 NCO titles. Plus, it was the longest trip in the league, and they usually stopped in Galion to eat at the popular Carmel’s Restaurant.

 


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