A Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
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NCO Years
1919-1944
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Independent Era
1945-1959
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Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
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Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2017

1915-16
Record     10 - 4

1915-16

Left to Right: Mgr. Hugh Funk, Marshall Mohn, Clarence Miller, Warren Coss,
Paul Ford, Barton Kagey, Raymond Plank, Don Smith, Paul Dessenberg

  
         

1915-16  Season        

         
AHS 30 MANSFIELD 28  AHS 25 Mt Vernon 49
AHS 74 LODI 15  AHS 38 WILLOUGHBY 18
AHS 34 ASHLAND COLLEGE 18  AHS 24 Ashtabula Harbor 39
AHS 78 LODI 18  AHS 46 BEREA 27
AHS 26 Mansfield 50  AHS 20 Galion 21
AHS 51 GALION 15  AHS 46 WADSWORTH 18
AHS 61 WELLINGTON 15  AHS 56 HUBS  45


 

A new high school with 330 students and a new gym and locker rooms with 30 prospects for the team launched a season of highlights. In the opening game at the new gym Don Smith scored 14 points to lead the A’s to the first-ever win over Mansfield. Among the ten-win season they made a first-ever two-day road trip to NE Ohio. The season finished with an acclamation as City Champs, when they defeated the Hubs Tailoring Company, the winner of the 6-team YMCA City League. Clarence “Dick” Miller, who scored between 20 and 30 points in half the games, had the best average (17 ppg) until Ted Jacobs averaged 19.9 ppg in 1944.

 



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