A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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2016-17 
Record Won 15 Lost 8
Jason Hess
OCC 10-4  
2nd Place 

Ashland Arrows 2016 Team

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


2016-17 Boys Varsity Basketball Team

Back Row: left to right: Head Coach Jason Hess, Max Weber, Kameron
Knowlton-Goings, Griffin Gerwig, Grant Denbow, Manny Langston, Coach Keith Vipperman.
Front row lf-rt: Mitch Wasowski, Matt Lefelhoc, John Wolfe, Keagan Armitage, Garrett Denbow, Mitch Heilman.

AHS 60   SANDUSKY 59    AHS 52   CLEAR FORK 31
AHS 51   CLEAR FORK  49    AHS 62   MADISON 60
AHS 45   Lexington 46    AHS 48   MT VERNON 44
AHS 59   SHELBY 56    AHS 45   Lexington 59
AHS 62   MT VERNON 48    AHS 42   MANSFIELD SENIOR 41
AHS 60   MANSFIELD SENIOR 54    AHS 57   Massillon Washington  60
AHS 67   Mansfield St. Peters 84    AHS 90   WEST HOLMES 60
AHS 66   WEST HOLMES 54    AHS 50   Akron Buchtel 60
AHS 58   TOLEDO WHITMER 56    AHS 60   Wooster 69
AHS 71   CANTON CEN CATH 54    AHS 80   MADISON 60    
AHS 41   Wooster 75    AHS 55   Findlay 69   *
AHS 49   NORWALK   ot 47        
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In his 2nd season Coach Jason Hess led his squad to a second place finish in the OCC and was the winning coach for the North squad in the 39th Mansfield News-Journal Classic. His three MVPs and Tri-Captains: Griffin Gerwig, John Wolfe, and Grant Denbow played their final game together.

Griffin led the Arrows in scoring with 307 pts and 535 career points. John was 2nd with 301 pts and 733 career points, and both were 1st team OCC honorees. Grant, a four-year starter, was 2nd team OCC with a career total of 534 points.

The team set a school record with 15 threes against West Holmes and Madison, while Garrett Denbow had a season total of 46 treys and 249 points.

The George Valentine Sportsmanship award went to Max Weber and senior-sub Matthew Lefelhoc, who had a career game in the West Holmes blow out with 19 points and 6 threes.

 



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