A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1999-2000
Record     16 - 6
Ohio Heartland Conf.     9- 3
2nd Place

1999-2000

Left to Rt: Dan Krispinski, Jeff Heydinger, Casey Cooke, Alex Runyan, Matthew Hess,  Jason Hess, Matt Schlingman, Mark Hess, Chris Streng, Justin Crooks, Jermaine Anderson, Jerome Anderson.

         
Ohio Heartland Conference 1999-2000 Season
         
AHS 74 CLOVERLEAF 36  AHS 62 MANSFIELD MADISON 45
AHS 82 GALION 50  AHS 57 ORRVILLE 48
AHS 61 ORRVILLE 57  AHS 53 Mansfield Senior 74
AHS 53 Mt. Vernon 61  AHS 59 Marion Harding 68
AHS 67 WELLINGTON 49  AHS 44 Hilliard Davidson 46
AHS 51 Mansfield Senior 64  AHS 45 LEXINGTON 44
AHS 71 WOOSTER 50  AHS 69 VERMILION 41
AHS 79 MARION HARDING 63  AHS 69 MANSFIELD MADISON 57
AHS 66 LEXINGTON 38  AHS 79 LOUDONVILLE 46
AHS 79 SHELBY 47  AHS 75 MANSFIELD MADISON 62 *
AHS 66 VERMILION 38  AHS 61 Fremont Ross 64 *
 

The Arrows had the most wins (16) in 23-years, and they held sole second place in the OHC after beating Lexington twice for the first time in the 13-year history of the league. For the third straight year Jason Hess was first-team OHC and the Arrow’s MVP. His 334 points moved him into 9th place on the all-time AHS list with 905 career points. He, also, ended with 578 career rebounds. Matt Schlingman set a new school record with a FG percentage of 68.3%.  Jerome Anderson led the team in three categories with 173 assists, 35 three-pointers, and an 84 percent free throw shooting average. Matt Hess (268 pts) earned his third monogram and was first-team on the OHC and the Times-Gazette squads.

 



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