A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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2012-13
Won 14    Lost 10  
Tim Fralick
Ohio Cardinal Conf. 7-7
5th Place

AHS 2012 Basketbakk Team

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


2012-13 Boys Varsity Basketball

Back Row: Coach Bryan Hall, Manager Bryan Hackney, Coach Keith Vipperman, Manager Patrick Brean, Coach Jason Hess, Capt. Drew Delaney, Christian Langston, Drew Dickinson, Brett Vipperman, Coach Matt White, Coach Kurt Innes, Head Coach Tim Fralick
Front Row: Capt. Isaac White, Capt. Jordan Blair, Willie Moore, Trey Smith, Tyler Doerrer

 
  clear clear   clear   clear         clear    
AHS   48 clear ELGIN 32 clear  AHS clear 65 clear WOOSTER clear 61
AHS   49   MARION HARDING 29    AHS   64   WEST HOLMES   59
AHS   53   WOOSTER 46    AHS   53   ORRVILLE   42
AHS   47   Norwalk 58    AHS   60   Mansfield Senior   80
AHS   43   ORRVILLE 27    AHS   55   SHELBY   52
AHS   54   WILLARD 49    AHS   51   Lexington   54
AHS   56   West Holmes 72    AHS   63   MT VERNON   52
AHS   44   Mansfield Senior 55    AHS   60   Clear Fork   68
AHS   85   SANDUSKY 45    AHS   47   Massillon Washington   61
AHS   55   Lexington 58    AHS   60   MADISON   36
AHS   54   Clear Fork 64    AHS   50   MADISON   19 *
AHS   51   MADISON 35   AHS   40   Mansfield Senior   47 *

Times-Gazette Coach of the Year Tim Fralick guided an in-experienced and undersized squad to the 2nd best record in the past ten years. Co-MVPs and both first-team All-OCC Isaac White (347 pts and 43 treys) and Drew Delaney (323 pts and 42 threes) led the A’s through the first 22-game regular season schedule. Drew’s 38 points against Clear Fork was the best offensive production in 42 years, and the team’s 19 points by Madison was the best defensive performance in 41 years.

Special award honors went to: (Most Improved) Trey Smith and Brett Vipperman, (Arrow of the Year) Jordan Blair, and (Defensive POY) Willie Moore. Drew Dickinson received the George Valentine Sportsmanship award.

The most memorable moment of the year was on Senior Night when 4-year Student Manager Patrick Brean dressed for the opening tip-off against Madison.






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