A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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1913-14
Record 10 - 7

AHS 1913-14

Left to Rt: Floyd Joel, (Capt) Harry Matthews, Luther Frentz, Harold Stockwell, Russell Sonner, Fred Urie

         
1913-14 Season
         
AHS 74 POLK 15  AHS
30
Wadsworth 34
AHS 52 SHELBY 6  AHS 20 Mansfield 32
AHS 70 SHELBY 9  AHS 10 Bucyrus 35
AHS 30 WELLINGTON 24  AHS 32 GALION 9
AHS 24 Mansfield 30  AHS 17 GALION 6
AHS 36 CHICAGO JUNCTION 15  AHS 25 Chicago Junction 36
AHS 19 Bucyrus 23  AHS 12 Akron Central 67
AHS 56 GALION 6  AHS 30 POLK 15
AHS 50 WADSWORTH 25

 

The 11-man squad had all but one player from off the Football team, which had the least successful season of the first seven years. However, their basket ball record was the most successful of their first seven seasons. They had ten wins and twice scored 70-points. Still playing with the Red and White colors Coach Richards had the ambition of entering the Ohio Wesleyan State Tournament. But, when they lost Russell Sonners, center and top scorer, to a season ending sickness, Coach Richards dropped the dream of playing at Delaware. The outstanding career of Luther Frentz came to a close, and the AHS basketball program would take a one-year hiatus until the new gym would open in 1915.

 



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