1955
Record 2 - 7 - 0
Independent

Back row: mgs Joe Lovering, Joe Wagonhals
3rd row: John Diffendorfer, Gary Kehl, Dave Spencer, Ed Lutz, John Carlisle,
Bud Sackett, Tony Hitchcock, Ted Fauber, Bill Yochheim, Bob Bertsch, Bob Glasser.
2nd row: Jim Shilling, Stan Fierbaugh, John Walker, Lonnie Atchinson, Bob Bennett, D. Finley, B. Kinsey, Virg Bon, Dick Peterson, Jack Dauch, Jim Getz
Front: Assist Coach Bill Hanlin, Dennis Kiplinger, Ed Lash, Dave Sheller, Larry Gault, Ron McQuillan, Terry Lash, Larry Street, Tom Brewer, Max Messner, Paul Hamilton,
Lowell King, Head Coach Jack Powell.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
2
0
12
0
26
14
0
0
7
Shelby
Fostoria
Garfield Heights
Madison
New Philly
Wooster
Marion
Canton Lehman
Galion
48
6
0
12
2
19
20
44
20
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Tom Brewer
Ron McQuillan
Ted Fauber
Larry Gault
Terry Lash
Dennis Kiplinger
Larry Street
Paul Hamilton
Eddie Lash
Max Messner
Bud Sackett

E
E
T
T
MG
MG
LB
LB
LB
H
H
S
Larry Street
John Diffendorfer
Ron McQuillan
John Carlisle
Stan Fierbaugh
John Walker
Gary Kehl
Max Messner
Bob Bertsch
Dave Sheller
Tony Hitchcock
John Tilton
 
Jack Powell, the third coach in four years, could only produced two wins. Max Messner scored twice in the upset of State ranked Garfield Heights. He was an outstanding middle linebacker all season, and he was the leading rusher ((387 yds) and the leading scorer (32 pts). Two-way performers Ron McMillen and Larry Street were the best AHS linemen. Galion for first the time in over ten years defeated the Arrows in the final home game at Myers Field to close an era that dated back to 1911. The A's moved back to the hilltop lights at Redwood Stadium on College Field.

 


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