A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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2018-19 
Record Won 15  Lost 8
Jason Hess
OCC 8-4 
Place   3rd

AHS Basketball 2018

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


2018-19 AHS Basketball Team

Back row from the left: Trainer Courtney Turner, Head Coach Jason Hess , Mgr Brandon Utt, Eli White,
Luke Denbow, Gage Swartzentruber,  Coach Greg Gallaway, Coach Tom Carver, Coach Keith Vipperman.
Front row: Garrett Denbow, Nathan Mohney, Klejhan Randleman, Nicholas Guenther, Sam Zickefoose,
Mitchell Heilman.

AHS 60   WEST HOLMES 42   AHS 68   PERRYSBURG 54
AHS 54   Mansfield Sr 74    AHS 65   MT VERNON 44
AHS 49   Toledo Start 84    AHS 75   ORRVILLE 64
AHS 73   MT VERNON 56    AHS 60   MASSILLON WASH 38
AHS 78   ONTARIO 63    AHS 69   Lexington 78
AHS 48   Lexington 59    AHS 55   SHELBY        OT 52
AHS 79   CLYDE 77    AHS 80   SANDUSKY   OT 78
AHS 70   Massillon Washgtn  72    AHS 67   MADISON 54
AHS 56   MANSFD MADISON 38    AHS 84   WOOSTER   OT 82
AHS 60   WOOSTER 56    AHS 62   Mansfield Sr 73  
AHS 56   Norwalk 64    AHS 62   WH Anthony Wayne 88 *
78 WEST HOLMES 37   AHS        
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The 111th edition of AHS basketball was a record setting year for Coach Hess. The team made 17 three-pointers vs Orrville. Mitch Heilman’s 25 straight fouls shots tied the school record. Freshman Luke Denbow’s 240 points and 116 assists were both rookie records. However, the ultimate team accomplishment was the best turnaround in school history of thirteen games from (2-21) to (15-8).

MVP Garrett Denbow was first team OCC and Northwest District plus Times-Gazette Player of the Year. His 479 points for the season and 1109 for his career moved him to 4th place on the all-time AHS scale. Klejhan Randleman was second in scoring (269) and rebounds  (271).

Other recognitions at the banquet were: Sam Zickefoose (most improved), Nick Guenther (Arrow Award), and Eli White (Coach’s Award). Nathan Mohney received the George Valentine Sportsmanship Award.




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