1956
Record 2 - 7 - 0
Independent

Back row: S.Fierbaugh, D.Peterson, J.Wertman, R.Hazen, J.Haynie, L.Miller, J.Carlisle, G.Kehl, Assist Coach Rex Benton.
3rd Row: Head Coach Powell, D.Dauch, J.Miller, M.St. John, B.Bennett, P.Hamilton, B.Moses, B.Bertsch.
2nd row: John Heckman, D.Dohner, T.Fauber, T.Brewer, T.Reep, J.Walker, B.Donley, Joe Heckman
Front: mgr R.Riley, J.Kehl, J.Sharrock, L.Atchinson, T.Hitchcock, K.Wallery, B.Yochheim, G.Stouffer, C.Gess, D.Lash mgr.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
19
6
6
7
0
0
13
0
6
Shelby
Fostoria
Garfield Heights
Madison
New Philly
Wooster
Marion
Canton Lehman
Galion
13
33
33
6
29
33
27
32
7
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Chet Smith
Stan Fierbaugh
Bob Bertsch
Dick Peterson
Ted Fauber
John Carlisle
Tom Brewer
Gary Kehl
Tony Hitchcock
Bob Moses
Jack Sharrock
 
Coach Jack Powell introduced the Split-T offense with Gary Kehl at quarterback. The Arrows won the two games for the "Sam" trophy. The win over Shelby came in the last two seconds on TD pass from Kehl to Tony Hitchcock. In the Madison victory Gary Kehl scored all 7 points. The Captain was Tom Brewer and the team awards went to Bob Moses, Gary Stoufer, Dick Peterson, and Bob Bertsch, who was the best all-round lineman.

 


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