A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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2021-22  Record Won  13 Lost 9 Jason Hess OCC 8-4  

AHS Basketball 2021

Photo above is used with permission from
Maurer Photography Studio,
     34 E. 2nd Street, Ashland, Ohio 44805.


Row 1: Kamden Mowry, Wyatt Mohrman, Luke Jurjevic, Luke Denbow, Jack Swaisgood, Landon McFrederick.
Row 2: Courrney Turner, Coach Scott Sauder, Head Coach Jason Hess, Caden VanTilburg, Kesler Bates, Grayson Steury, Coach Tom Caver, Coach Keith Vipperman, Trey Carver. Not pictured: Divya Patel Krish Patel. 

 
             
AHS   75   NORWALK 57  AHS 67 Shelby 70
AHS   62   SANDUSKY 57    AHS   66   LEXINGTON 48
AHS   71   Lexington 73    AHS   78   ONTARIO 67
AHS   64   CLYDE 62    AHS   77   MADISON   OT 70
AHS   61   MADISON 42    AHS   70   Massillom Washgton 75
AHS   93   WOOSTER    2ot 84    AHS   72   Wooster 81
AHS   72   TOLEDO START 58    AHS   71   MT VERNON 57
AHS   61   Buckeye Valley 63    AHS   46   New Phillly 60
AHS   76   WEST HOLMES 66    AHS   62   West Holmes 76    
AHS   51   Mansfield Sr 78    AHS   79   MANSFIELD SR   ot 74    
AHS   67   MT VERNON 65    AHS   53   Bowling Green 69   *
 

Luke Denbow  had the greatest career in school history. His records included: career points (1719), single season (623), one game (42), career assists (470), most free throws in a game (26), and during that Mansfield Senior game, he shot (20) free throws in a row. He was Player of the Year in the OCC and the NW District, and 2nd Team All-Ohio.

Grayson Steury, 1st team OCC and HM All-Ohio, had a record 37 straight free throws, and his 18.9 ppg moved him one points ahead of his coach on the all-time AHS career scoing list.

When Coach Hess lost his big man Luke Jurjievic for the season, his Arrows faced a four-way battle for first place. In the final home game in Arrow Arena the A’s beat Mansfield Senior to win sole possession of the OCC. It was the 2nd OCC title and the 25 championship in 88 campaigns.

The George Valentine Sportsmanship award went to Jack Swaisgood.

 


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