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


1968
Record 4 - 5 - 0
Cardinal Conference 4 - 2 - 0
3rd Place


Back row: G.Baum, M.Karth, C.Shull, R.Starr, D.Shriver, D.Strine, S.Call, G.Andress,
3rd row: D.Shriver, K.Wood, R.Park, T.Malone, B.Parker, M.Glasser, S.Gardner, K.Marley, G.Bartley.
2nd row: M.Howell, H.Gibson, F.Weiler, J.Monohan, M.Hickman, M.Humrichouser, P.Parker, J.McGraw,
T.Kime, S.Arnold. Front row: L.Clayton, R.Fierbaugh, S.Stoler P.Kerschner, G.Troth, D.Paulo, J.Donelson, R.Stoufer, T.Mast.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
10
6
40
21
16
23
20
6
0
Toledo Scott
Shelby
Coshocton
Mansfield Madison
Mansfield Malabar
New Philadelphia
Wooster
Dover
Wadsworth

12
8
12
14
0
26
16
36
32
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
RH
Ron Stoufer
Jim Donelson
Denny Paulo
Frank Weiler
Phil Kerschner
Steve Stoler
Randy Fierbaugh
Mark Humrichouser
Matt Hickman
Tim Mast
Lenny Clayton
Mike Glasser
LE
LT
LG
RG
RT
RE
LB
RB
HB
HB
S
Randy Fierbaugh
Joe McGraw
Bill Parker
Steve Stoler
Steve Arnold
Paul Parker
Jim Monohan
Mike Howell
Tom Kime
Steve Gardner
Tim Mast
 
All-league QB Mark Humrichouser set all the AHS career-passing marks with 119 completions of 265 passes for 1538 yards and 16 touchdowns. Randy Fierbaugh led the team in scoring with 38 points. Paul Parker, second-team All-Ohio, led the defense as they moved up to third in the CC race. The A's upset Wooster, when Tim Mast rushed for 187-yards. The most outstanding awards went to linemen Jim Donelson and Joe McGraw and to backs Tim Mast and Paul Parker.

 



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