1949
Record 4 - 4 - 1
Independent

Back row: Coach Dick Wolfe, Jud Schaefer, Dick Rickel, Dick Markel, Al Kerr, Bill Frary, Raymond Bates, Lew Russell, Sam Grabill, Bill Thornhill, Coach Sherck.
3rd row: Coach George Valentine, Dave Sponsler, Dale Cleckner, John Roseboro, Ron Bechtel, Ron Hostler, Norm McVicker, George Glasser, Bob Koppler, Tom Withers, Dale Clark,
Head Coach Cloyce E. Taylor.
2nd row: Howard Fackler, Tom Siler, Harold Sprinkle, Roland Stewart, Jim Roland, Pete Boeh, Bob Au, Frank Beer, Jim Reynolds.
Front: Gordon Conrad, Stan Smith, George Andress, Jim Roseboro, Russ Harpster, Jack Mosser, Dave Halterman, Leonard Scott, Rollie Scott, Dudley Riggle
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
12
46
19
18
46
7
6
6
52
Willard
Madison
Sandusky
Fostoria
Shelby
Wooster
Marion
Orrville
Galion
13
12
27
14
14
13
14
6
0
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Lew Russell
Jim Reynolds
Harold Sprinkle
Tom Withers
Dale Clark
Pete Boeh
Ray Bates
George Glasser
Jud Schaefer
Norm McVicker
Howard Fackler
 
The rushing duo of Howard Fackler and Jud Schaefer went over 100-yards several times as the A's scored the most points since the 1915 team. Junior QB George Glasser won an All-Ohio mention by leading the offense to 46 points or more against area rivals Madison, Shelby, and Galion. Co-Capt. Ray Bates' punt block won the Fostoria game. Howard Fackler led the team with 60 points and was selected the MVP. A Flag football league was introduced for grades 5, 6 and 7. PE supervisor Al Fendrick ran it.

 


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