A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1991-92
Record     13 - 8
Ohio Heartland Conf.     2 - 6
3rd Place

1991-92

Back row: Jeremy Anderson, Kevin Krisko, Scott Liston, Trent Harrop, Chad Honaker, Jeff Beebe,
Bryan Murvine, Rick Dravenstott, Chris DeLong, Randy Harding, Tim Seder.
Kneeling: John Gerbino, Wanda Yoders, Coaches: Steve McDonnell, Doug Hess,(Head Coach) Walt Harrop, Scott Valentine, Rick Gough Trainer, Wilma Yoders mgr

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 1991-92 Season
         
AHS 60 CLOVERLEAF 49  AHS 73 MARION HARDING 63
AHS 55 Galion 57  AHS 70 Shelby 72
AHS 61 Ontario 64  AHS 59 Lexington 74
AHS 70 CLEAR FORK 42  AHS 72 WOOSTER 62
AHS 71 SANDUSKY PERKINS 51  AHS 61 NEW LONDON 50
AHS 94 MEDINA BUCKEYE 42  AHS 50 Mansfield Madison 76
AHS 58 Marion Harding 60  AHS 73 MANSFIELD SENIOR 69
AHS 58 Mansfield Madison 68  AHS 60 Lexington 76
AHS 70 LOUDONVILLE 44  AHS 78 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 32
AHS 75 Mansfield Senior 85  AHS 59 Mansfield Senior 60 *
AHS 75 AKRON KENMORE 59

 

It was another winning season, but, also, another Mansfield March heartbreaker on a disputed 4-footer at (or after) the buzzer. Two weeks earlier the A’s had ended the Tygers 10-year 17-game winning streak against the Arrows. Chad Honaker had a 33-point night and Bryan Murvine chipped in 15 points. For the season Chad Honaker scored 496 and passed Dick Messner (1114 pts) with 1118 career points. Chad set the three-point records with 57 for the season and 104 for his career. Towering Bryan Murvine average 16.6 ppg with FG average of 47.1 percent. He, also, had 208 rebounds. Tim Seder was the assists leader with 85, and named the top defensive player. Trent Harrop received his third monogram. It was Walt Harrop’s sixth and final season as head coach with a 58-70 record. It was the year that the “History of Ashland High School Arrows Basketball” was written by Paul Dienstberger (1909-1992).  Also, the Stage Band director Dick Johnson retired after 28-years at the end of the home court.

 



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