A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1997-98
Record     7 - 14
Ohio Heartland Conf.     2 - 6
4th Place

1997-98

Left to Rt: Assist Coach: Doug Hess, Oliver Highman, Trevor Alexander, Chad Emmons, Zach Zarnstorff, Jason Clark, Jason Hess, Andrew Hess, Chris Yoder, Jon Chandler, Adam Houston, Mgr: Dain McKee, Head Coach Jody Peters.

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 1997-98 Season
         
AHS 88 CLOVERLEAF 54  AHS 48 CLYDE 37
AHS 44 Galion 75  AHS 45 Mansfield Madison 50
AHS 46 Orrville 81  AHS 56 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 46
AHS 40 Mansfield Madison 59  AHS 64 LOUDONVILLE 57
AHS 40 Mansfield Senior 70  AHS 62 Mansfield Senior 72
AHS 46 Wellington 56  AHS 53 MARION HARDING 37
AHS 42 MARION HARDING 40  AHS 63 AMHERST STEELE 58
AHS 48 Shelby 56  AHS 54 Lexington 61
AHS 49 Lexington 61  AHS 60 Clear Fork 74
AHS 35 Mt. Vernon 51  AHS 48 Mansfield Senior 79 *
AHS 45 Wooster 68
 
Zach Zarnstorff was the only senior and returning letterman. The in-experienced Arrows managed only two OHC wins against Marion Harding. The most memorable shot of the season was Oliver Highman's buzzer beater for a 42-40 win over the Presidents. Jason Hess was the MVP and the leading scorer with 246 points with a 65% shooting average, plus 171 rebounds. Zach Zarnstorff had the most steals (24) and won the Captain’s award. Oliver Highman had the most assists (74), and Jon Chandler had the most treys (20). Chad Emmons was the Most Improved.  The Hess brothers Andrew (best FT percentage) and Matthew (Mr. Hustle) received the final banquet awards. The Scholar Athlete awards started this year. It was the final AHS season for Head Coach Jody Peters, who returned to his hometown of Medina. His record at Ashland was 66-62 with one OHC championship.

 



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