1951
Record 9 - 0 - 0
Independent

Back row: G.Conrad, Phil Hamilton, Phil Worst, Larry Jones, George Thompson, Dave Emery,
Don Howey, Bill Springer, Harold Brown, Dale Shonkwiler.
Middle: Coach CE Taylor, Phil Sattler, Dick Siler, Edson Grindle, Jack Ebert, Phil Rogers, Doug Denbow, Don Ross, Homer Brown, Dave Sharrock, Lee Mowry, Assist. Coach Dick Wolfe.
Front: Jim Roseboro, Dave Johns, John Spreng, Jack Mosser, Glenn Haley, Roland Stewart, Ron Bechtel, Dave Sponsler, Jim Campbell, Russ Harpster, Dave Halterman, Tom Lutz.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
26
39
12
53
33
28
19
26
13
Willard
Madison
Tiffin Calvert
Ravenna
Shelby
Wooster
Marion
Orrville
Galion
7
12
7
29
7
7
6
0
0
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Ron Bechtel
Roland Stewart
Dave Sponsler
Glenn Haley
Don Howey
Jim Campbell
Russ Harpster
Dave Johns
Jack Mosser
Jim Roseboro
Bill Springer
 
The best record in AHS football history undefeated in nine games while out scoring their opponents 249 to 75. Tri-captains Glenn Haley, Roland Stewart, and Ron Bechtel were recognized on All-Ohio selections. Jim Roseboro became the first Ashland back to rush for over a thousand yards (1142 yards). QB Dave Johns threw ten TD passes and Ron Bechtel's five scores ran his career mark to 11 TD catches. The A's were rated 20th in the INS statewide poll. The team's 30 lettermen was the largest contingent in the first 45-years of Ashland football annals, plus AHS had their first undefeated JV team.

 


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