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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Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
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1987 - 2002
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2003 - 2016

1943-44
Record      15 - 4
N C O L Record     9 - 1
1 st Place

AHS 1943-44
NCO 1943-44 Season
         
AHS 31 WOOSTER 27  AHS 54 PORT CLINTON 53
AHS 40 Clearview 45  AHS 79 GALION 50
AHS 53 NORWALK 31  AHS 88 SHELBY 45
AHS 59 LORAIN 42  AHS 55 MANSFIELD 40
AHS 83 GALION 41  AHS 61 MT. VERNON 42
AHS 59 SHELBY 22  AHS 48 BUCYRUS 33
AHS 37 Mansfield 48  AHS 67 MARION HARDING 58
AHS 60 MT. VERNON 24  AHS 58 NORWALK 40 *
AHS 58 BUCYRUS 45  AHS 33 Mansfield 43 *


The Orange and Black won the NCO, which ended Marion’s four-year streak with their vaunted man-to-man press. The A’s set a new school record with 1069 points. Ted Jacobs broke the NCO league scoring record (229 pts) and the AHS scoring record (376 pts). Ted was the second leading scorer in the State, and he was second team All-Ohio in both polls.  The top scorers in the NCO included Jacobs, MVP Jack “Ruffy” Harris (2nd), and Russ Geisinger (7th). All three were on the first team NCO. The fourth senior starter Jack Schaffer was 12th and honorable mention. The team tied the single game high with 88 points against Shelby; and Jacobs (28), Geisinger (22), and Harris (20) broke the 20-point barrier. Ted Jacobs went on to play at Ohio State University.

 


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