A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
NCO Years
1919-1944
Independent Era
1945-1959
Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
OCC
2003 - 2017


1986
Record 7 - 3 - 0
Cardinal Conference 4 - 0 - 0
1st Place

Back row: E.Toothman, B.Evege, T.McQuate, E.Hess, D.Boyd, M.Munns, R.Daubenspeck, J.McQuillen, R.Piatt.
5th: D.Vermillion, FH Abed, H.Briggs, J.Acuna, K.Cochie, T.Bisesi, T.Hutchins, M.McDonough, D.McIntyre, D.DeLong.
4th: J.Donovan, J.Puster, S.Crowe, A.Harding, K.Jennings, C.DaHinden, C.Lucas, M.Wallery, Y.Suleyman.
3rd row: T.Rinehart, T.Swaisgood, L.Goon, L.Halterman, C.Jackson, M.McQuate, J.Biddinger, S.Uhler, J.Miller, G.Kopp.
2nd row: Coach S.Richmond, Head Coach Bob Quackenbush, G.Eyerly, D.Reynolds, J.Leyerle,
S.Mendenhall, B.Schlecty, M.Rankin, J.Shoemaker, E.Gill, B.Blessing, P.Sauder,
C.Sweet, Coach P.Hawk, Trainer R.Gough.
Front: Coach T.Ryan, B.Moore, M.Gordon, S.Mowry, J.Massie, T.Rooney, D.Bryan, J.Bowie, D.Barnard, J.Ward, T.VanScoy, J.McClain, Coach Bill Seder.
Mgrs: S.Chorpening, T.Seder, B.Quackenbush, R.Savage.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
6
7
21
21
9
0
34
12
37
25
Galion
Medina
Shelby
Lexington
Mansfield Madison
Mansfield Malabar
New Philadelphia
Wooster
Dover
Mansfield Senior
16
21
14
20
0
14
28
7
14
13

TE
SG
C
RG
IT
OT
SE
SE
WB
WB
QB
FB
TB

Brad Schlecty
Steve Hewitt
Chris Sweet
Dallas Barnard
Brian Blessing
Ed Gill
Brian Moore
Tim Swaisgood
Todd Rinehart
Brian Evege
Jon Shoemaker
Mike Gordon
Joe Massie

LE
LT
RT
RE
OB
OB
IB
IB
OB
HB
S
HB

Jon Ward
Larry Goon
Paul Sauder
Scott Mowry
Dean Reynolds
Greg Eyerly
Todd VanScoy
Marc Rankin
Mark McQuate
Jeff McClain
Tom Rooney
Dennis Bryan
 
The 80th year of Arrow football was called Arrow Excitement with 7 wins and the final CC championship. All the "not since jinx" titles were erased: Madison '75, Wooster '76, Shelby '78, and the CCC '72. The largest crowd (6,500) at Community Stadium attended the opener against defending State champions Galion. The offense broke the school record with 518 yards against Dover. Joe Massie had 1416 all-purpose yards for the season. Jeff McClain scored three defensive touchdowns. The yard and road signs verified that Arrow Pride was back. The MVPs were Joe Massie and Scott Mowry.

 



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