A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
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1945-1959
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1987 - 2002
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2003 - 2016

1912-13
Record 4 - 4

1912-13
 

Back Row: Joel Floyd
Middle: Fred Urie, Merle Lamprecht, Brook Mansfield
Front row: Russell Sonners, Harry Matthews, unidentified, (Capt) Luther Frentz,
Clarence “Dick” Miller.

         
1912-13 Season
         
AHS 29 Mansfield 30  AHS 26 Wooster 57
AHS 36 BUCYRUS 16  AHS 36 YMCA 22
AHS 31 WELLINGTON 21  AHS 38 Ymca Association 42
AHS 36 WOOSTER 21  AHS 26 Shelby 32


 

The team captain was Luther Frentz and the leading scorer was Russell Sonner. The A’s split the season and split the games with the YMCA and Wooster. However the first major rivalry controversy occurred with Wooster’s Coach Weygandt over the referee Paul “Spitz” Ganyard of the Ashland YMCA. Ganyard called just two fouls in a very rugged first half. Weygandt took over as the ref in the 2nd half and called 11 fouls on Ashland and nearly as many on his team. In the second contest that season Wooster won in a blowout. When Ashland won 6-0 in Football the next fall, Weygandt’s behavior again over officials caused Ashland to not schedule Wooster for several seasons.

 



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