A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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2001-02
Record     15 - 6
Ohio Heartland Conf.     9 - 3
2nd Place

2001-02

Back row: Head Coach Chris Stokes, Alex Runyan, Darnell McGhee, Greg Emmons, Mark Hess, Josh Bull, Casey Cooke, Assist, coaches: Mike Sladkey, Rob Lavengood.
Front row: mgr. Ryan Wells, Josh Garn, Todd Riley, Nik Sheasby, Danny Krispinski,  Shaun Kyser, Adam Hawks, Bryan Hall.

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 2001-02 Season
         
AHS 89 CLOVERLEAF 43  AHS 68 MANSFIELD MADISON 65
AHS 69 MANSFIELD MADISON 63  AHS 54 Westerville South 65
AHS 61 Bradenton Pendltn Fla 69  AHS 50 Orrville 60
AHS 62 ORRVILLE 36  AHS 53 Mansfield Senior 56
AHS 50 Mansfield Senior 74  AHS 61 MARION HARDING 46
AHS 62 MT. VERNON 39  AHS 59 LEXINGTON 45
AHS 47 HILLIARD DAVIDSON 31  AHS 74 VERMILION 65
AHS 77 MARION HARDING 62  AHS 72 WOOSTER 57
AHS 97 SHELBY 67  AHS 52 MASSILLON WASH. 49
AHS 48 LEXINGTON 43  AHS 57 Sandusky 58 *
AHS 73 VERMILION 53

 

For the fourth straight year Coach Stokes’ team finished second in the OHC to an undefeated Mansfield Senior. They beat the State-ranked Wooster team, but the memorable game was the Akron double-header opposite the LeBron James contest. MVP Greg Emmons led the team with 318 points and 184 rebounds. Mark Hess, who spent part of the season recovering from an ACL injury, was first-team OHC with a 64.1 shooting percentage. Casey Cooke was the top free throw shooter (75.6%), and Danny Krispinsky led the team in assists (96). Cooke and Krispinsky, senior guards, were both 2nd team All-OHC and the key loses for a talented junior-laden squad.

 




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