A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1998-99
Record     13 - 9
Ohio Heartland Conf.     5 - 3
2nd Place

1998-99

Left to Rt: Oliver Highman, Jon Chandler, Trevor Alexander, Andrew Hess, Matt Schlingman,
Jason Hess, Chad Emmons, Matthew Hess, Marc Leasure, Jerome Anderson.

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 1998-99 Season
         
AHS 75 CLOVERLEAF 46  AHS 68 MANSFIELD MADISON 49
AHS 45 Galion 46  AHS 70 TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 52
AHS 40 Orrville 41  AHS 63 Mansfield Senior 68
AHS 51 MANSFIELD MADISON 39  AHS 43 Hilliard Davidson 61
AHS 40 Mansfield Senior 53  AHS 77 MARION HARDING 53
AHS 43 Shelby 50  AHS 51 Wooster 69
AHS 61 MARION HARDING 51  AHS 50 Lexington 55
AHS 61 LEXINGTON 46  AHS 63 AMHERST STEELE 57
AHS 62 MT. VERNON 48  AHS 65 CLEAR FORK 56
AHS 61 LOUDONVILLE 41  AHS 51 MANSFIELD MADISON 50
AHS 70 WELLINGTON 45  AHS 46 Mansfield Senior 64 *

 
A new era began with Coach Chris Stokes, a former Arrow player and MVP. He was greeted by six returning letter-winners. The team had four Hess’s (players: Jason, and brothers: Andrew and Matt, and their Dad, the longtime assistant coach, Doug). The A’s were able to beat Madison three times including the Sectional opener, but lost to Mansfield Senior three times including the Sectional finals. It was the 20th time the Tygers had eliminated the Arrows against five tournament wins for the Orange and Black. Junior Jason Hess was again team MVP and again first-team OHC with 325 points and 200 rebounds. Matt Hess, 2nd team OHC, had a new school record FG percentage (65.8%), and Oliver Highman had the best FT percentage (79.3%). Jerome Anderson had 115 assists.

 



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