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Arrows Short Out Flashes

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 12/15/2012

Despite having three sophomores in their starting five, the Ashland Arrows have won five of their first six with the latest a 54-49 win at Willard.   The Arrows got off to a bit of a slow start trailing 10-7 after one, then outscored the Flashes in the second period 20-14, to grab a 27-24 lead at the break.  After three it was 36 all with the Arrows outscoring Willard in the final period 18-13. 

Ashland put three players in double digit scoring with Drew Delaney leading the way with 17 points Brett Vipperman 12 and Isaac White 11.  The Flashes' Nick Davidson had 15, Bronson Owens knocked down eight.  With the win the Arrows improve to 5-1 on the season and will host West Holmes on Friday in Ohio Cardinal Conference play, Willard falls to 4-2 and will travel to Tiffin Columbian in Northern Ohio League play also on Friday.

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