1950
Record 6 - 2 - 1
Independent

Back row: mgr B.Thornhill, Jim Roland, Dick Swineford, Harold Brown, Dick Humrichouser,
Edson.Grindle, Phil Hamilton, Dave Halterman, Dick Siler, R.Williams, D.Shonkwiler mgr.
Middle: Coach Dick Wolfe, Jim Roseboro, Russ Harpster, Phil Rogers, Ron Bechtel
Roland Stewart, John Roseboro, Dave Sale, Leonard Scott, Rollin Scott, Coach CE Taylor.
Front row: Dave Johns, Dick Rickel, Frank Beer, Stan Smith, George Glasser, Harold Sprinkle,
Glenn Haley, Bill Frary, Bob Au, Sam Grabill.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
12
19
6
13
25
13
13
25
27
Willard
Madison
Sandusky
Fostoria
Shelby
Wooster
Marion
Orrville
Galion
6
13
39
13
6
19
12
0
0
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Ron Bechtel
Roland Stewart
Harold Sprinkle
Glenn Haley
Stanley Smith
Bob Au
Dick Rickel
George Glasser
Frank Beer
Jim Roseboro
John Roseboro
 
MVP John Roseboro passed for 5 TDs and scored nine times to account for 14 of the team's 24 touchdowns. End Ron Bechtel caught six touchdown passes for a school receiving record. QB George Glasser and Harold Sprinkle closed out their outstanding careers as co-captains. The Orange and Black beat undefeated Shelby before 4,000 fans at Redwood Stadium for the fifth time in a row. Coach Taylor praised the team effort, but the Roseboro brother's sophomore Jim and senior John led the team. Jim recovered the fumbled opening kickoff and scored three TDs. John ran for one touchdown and passed for the other score to Ron Bechtel 71-yards to take the lead in the 3rd quarter.

 


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