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

1916-17
Record 9 - 7

1916-17

Back: Howard Baney mgr.
Third row: Vernon Miller and Barton Kagey
Second row: Paul Curry, Coach Albert J. Allen, Raymond Plank
Front row: (Capt) Clarence “Dick” Miller

         
1916-17 Season
         
AHS 52 BUCYRUS 25  AHS 41 GALION 33
AHS 88 WEST SALEM 17  AHS 28 Wooster 43
AHS 24 Mansfield 44  AHS 28 MANSFIELD 25
AHS 37 ASHLAND COLLEGE 17  AHS 18 Barberton 19
AHS 61 WILLOUGHBY 22  AHS 12 Willoughby 48
AHS 24 Galion 34  AHS 17 Painesville 19
AHS 26 BUCYRUS 24  AHS 12 Lorain 48
AHS 88 WEST SALEM 11  AHS 34 WOOSTER 31


 
The popularity of AHS basket ball as a spectator sport swelled crowds in the second year of new gym to its capacity. Mansfield brought 225 rooters on three Cleveland SW interurban cars. Extra seat were added for other games like Wooster, also. High scoring games were an attraction as the A’s scored 88-points twice against West Salem. In the second meeting Capt. Clarence “Dick” Miller scored 36 points and Raymond Plank poured in 32-points. The two were usually the top scorers, but Plank finished the season with a new individual record of 230 points.

 



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