A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1970
Record 1 - 8 - 0
Cardinal Conference 0 - 6 - 0
7th Place

Back row: D.Stauffer, G.Leiendecker, G.Mathys, R.Hunt, S.South, B.McCormic, M.Shull, G.Smith, S.Ambrose, quit.
4th row: C.Keefer, D.Brewer, M.Siler, S.Long, R.Martin, L.Vanetta, S.Call, M.Cooper, M.Starr, J.Juhas. T.Field.
3rd row: Coach J.Minnich, P.Williamson, D.Reep, W.Warner, J.Humrichouser, J.Mosser, M.Stauffer, C.Stratton, S.Lance, D.Bowersox, F.Goshinski, Coach H.Carr.
2nd row: Head Coach P.Dienstberger, D.Funk, R.McDaniel, C.Roston, T.Glasser, D.Woodgerd, F.Wylie, S.Hughes, S.DeLong, M.DeVan, B.Tucker, M.Saner, Coach B.Ferguson.
Front row: Coach E.Bush, F.Schwan, D.Davies, D.Camp, M.Hickman, R.Park, Steve Call, G.Andress, J.Vanosdall, K.Wood, M.Martinelli, W.Jones, Hall, S.Miller, mgr B.Sponsler.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
14
15
14
6
7
8
0
7
32

Mt. Vernon
Shelby
Coshocton
Mansfield Madison
Mansfield Malabar
New Philadelphia
Wooster
Dover
Lorain Southview
16
22
15
7
14
20
16
27
14
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
RH
Mark Saner
Steve Call
Jack Vanosdall
Steve Hughes
Randy Park
Fred Schwan
Mike Martinelli
George Andress
Dan Bowersox
Kevin Wood
Rick McDaniel
Fred Wylie
LE
LT
MG
MG
RT
RE
LB
RB
C
HB
S
HB
Warren Jones
Steve Call
Paul Williamson
Bill Tucker
Dale Woodgerd
Kevin Wood
Dave Funk
John Humrichouser
Frank Goshinski
Steve Miller
George Andress
Matt Hickman
 

Under new coach Paul Dienstberger the Arrows lost eight straight in which 5 were by seven points or less and 3 on the PAT. MVP George Andress was the first thousand-yard passer (1156 yards) in AHS history. The 12-game losing streak ended at home against Lorain Southview. The outstanding linemen awards went to Steve Call on defense and Jack Vanosdall on offense. Dan Bowersox was the leading rusher (411 yards), and Lbers John Humrichouser (79) and Dave Funk (78) were the leading tacklers.

The banquet speaker was Jack Harbaugh, assistant coach at BGSU, and the father of the 2013 Super Bowl coaches John of the Baltimore Ravens and Jim of the San Francisco 49ers.

 

 



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