A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1988-89
Record      10 - 12
Ohio Heartland Conf.      4 - 6
3rd Place

1988-89

Back row: Brett Ward mgr, Derrick Miller, Craig McKeachie, Steve McAllister, Rich Steury, Jeremy Runo, Grant Fauver, Steve Wiley, Dwight Hicks, Rodd Mitchell, Mike Harris, Jeremy Roberts.
Kneeling: mgr Wanda Yoders, Coaches: Scott Arnholt, (Head Coach) Walt Harrop, Dave Honaker,
Jack Purtell, Wilma Yoders: filmer, Trainer Rick Gough.

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 1988-89 Season
         
AHS 62 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 58  AHS 64 Lexington 71
AHS 47 Cloverleaf 58  AHS 63 Mansfield 73
AHS 52 GALION 40  AHS 56 SHELBY 53
AHS 44 Lexington 56  AHS 72 MANSFIELD MADISON 63
AHS 60 Mansfield  96  AHS 51 Mt. Vernon 62
AHS 70 MANSFIELD MADISON 69  AHS 62 Mansfield MALABAR 58
AHS 62 Sandusky Perkins 65  AHS 59 Wooster 75
AHS 63 CLEAR FORK 37  AHS 34 CLOVERLEAF 32
AHS 79 MARION HARDING 53  AHS 59 Marion Harding 63
AHS 80 Mansfield Malabar 82  AHS 76 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 70 *
AHS 67 Wynford 85  AHS 65 Sandusky 92 *
 

The A’s had the first 10-win season in seven years, but it was the 11th straight losing season. The memorable win was Malabar and the end of a 19-game 10-year losing streak to the Falcons. The shot-of-the-year was Derrick Miller’s 23-footer at the buzzer to beat Shelby. Grant Fauver, who was first-team OHC and District, was the leader in the offensive categories: rebounds, FG and FT percentage and points (376). Steve Wiley had 32 three-pointers. Rich Steury was the leader on defense, and ball hawk Derrick Miller had the most assist and recoveries. The captains were: Steury, Jeremy Roberts, Mike Harris, and Jeremy Runo. Jeremy Runo had a fantastic finish with 49-points (26 and 23) and nine treys in the two Sectional games.

 



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