A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1945-1959
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1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2017

2004-05
Record  Won 6 - Lost 16
Chris Stokes
Ohio Cardinal Conf.  4 - 10
6th Place

2004-05
Photo above is used with permission from Ashland Times-Gazette, Tom E. Puskar, Chief Photographer,
40 E. 2nd Street, Ashland, Ohio 44805.

Back row: Assist: Mark Delaney, Head Coach Chris Stokes, Ryan Stackhouse, Anthony Bell, Daniel Hess, Dan Icenhour, Assist. Coaches: Doug Hess and Rob Lavengood.
Front row: Mgr. Seth Banghart, Chris Snyder, Jim Bright, Scott Heimann, Ryan Smith,
Taylor Housewright.

         
Ohio Cardinal Conf. 
         
AHS 60 CLEAR FORK 53  AHS 45 Mansfield Senior 67
AHS 51 Willard 56  AHS 73 WEST HOLMES 63
AHS 55 Mansfield Senior 72  AHS 64 Mansfield Madison 79
AHS 67 VERMILION 46  AHS 52 LEXINGTON 50
AHS 38 West Holmes 51  AHS 60 Wooster 69
AHS 53 Mansfield Madison 54  AHS 57 Lexington 67
AHS 69 Wooster 82  AHS 45 Orrville 59
AHS 42 Hilliard Davidson 58  AHS 42 Olentangy 53
AHS 34 Orrville 38  AHS 54 Massillon Washington 69
AHS 47 Mt. Vernon 57  AHS 61 MARION HARDING 60 *
AHS 62 CLEAR FORK 49  AHS 47 Mansfield Senior 64 *


In his final season at Ashland Coach Chris Stokes took his team to the Sectional finals for the sixth time in seven year. Freshman Taylor Housewright inspired a 1:39 six-point comeback to gain an overtime win over Marion Harding, when he fed Anthony Bell for the winning basket. It gave the A’s the chance to face the 8th ranked Mansfield with 19-consecutive wins in the finals. It was the Tygers again for the 23rd tournament ending time for Ashland. The team’s MVP Anthony Bell led in scoring (410 pts), rebounds (136), and shooting (FGs 52% and FTs 73%). Dan Hess set the school record with 68 three’s for the season and 123 for his career topping Chad Honaker. Scott Heimann had 82 assists. Coach Stokes, whose teams won one OHC, the Sectional and District twice, and a record of 96-62 (.608), moved to his third head-coaching job, as the mentor of the OCC rivals the Wooster Generals.
 

 


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