A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1945-1959
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1960 - 1986
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1987 - 2002
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2003 - 2017


1960
Record 1 - 7 - 1
Cardinal Conference 0 - 3 - 0
4th Place

Back row: G.Barnes, D.Miller, B.Hamilton, G.Chapman, T.Long, B.Gordon,J.Baird, T.Tanner, M.Johnson.
3rd row: T.Smith, T.Power, T.Clark, N.Riley, B.Slack, G.Reynolds, M.Humrichouser, J.Hamilton, S.Doerrer.
2nd row: L.Winger, L.Rohrer, R.Johnson, S.Pealer, D.Hockenberry, B.Smalley, R.Liston, T.King, B.Cooper.
Front row: G.Moose, R.Gilbert, D.Barnes, R.Riley, R.Post, F.Ruddy, R.Laughlin, D.Edwards.
         
SCORES       LINE UP:
        Offense
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
8
8
0
6
12
12
16
28
14
Shelby
Coshocton
Findlay
Madison
New Philly
Wooster
Dover
Dayton Belmont
Galion
50
18
12
39
12
36
30
8
20
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Steve Pealer
Don Hockenberry
Dennis Edwards
Larry Rohrer
Don Barnes
Ross Riley
Roger Laughlin
Roger Post
Ron Gilbert
Larry Winger
Gary Moose
 
Another head coach John Hogan and a new league the Cardinal Conference, but the pigskin woes continued. The New Philly tie was a bright spot, when Roger Post hit Larry Winger for a TD with 18 seconds on the clock. The A's gained a victory over Dayton Belmont in the final home game. Gary Moose rushed for 193 yards and Larry Winger scored 3 touchdowns. The defensive accolades went to Don Hockenberry, Steve Pealer, and Larry Winger. The top offensive awards went to Don Barnes, Roger Post, and the MVP Gary Moose, who led the team in rushing (868 yds) and scoring (32 pts).

 



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