1958
Record 2 - 7 - 0
Independent


Back row: R.Harris, L.Acthison, A.Bartley, K.Benedict, L.Risser, D.Wait, D.Dauch, D.Winger, J.Dolby, J.Briggs, A.Halterman.
Middle: G.Hockenberry, S.Vermilya, J.Ransom, T.Wurster, C.Brewer, A.Andrews, J.Hunter, K.Sattler, L.Norton, G.Newcomer.
Front: J.McKinley, C.Spaide, R.Sovine, M.Pifer, J.Heckman, J.Kopp, S.Lukity, L.Hale, G.Stoufer, D.Croneback, D.Overly.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
24
6
6
16
6
12
14
26
22
Shelby
Cleve. West
Findlay
Madison
New Philly
Wooster
Marion
Culver
Galion
14
8
12
30
14
16
57
27
20
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Dick Overly
Leon Norton
Ron Sovine
Harold Andrews
Carl Spaide
Mike Pifer
Chuck Brewer
Dave Wait
Gary Stoufer
Jim Briggs
Dick Dauch
 
The Arrows opened with a win over Shelby in front of 4,500 fans at Redwood Stadium on the rushing of Gary Stoufer (155 yards) and Dick Dauch (121 yards). When the clock ran out on the 4-yard line against Cleveland West, the A's began a seven game losing streak, while closing against three undefeated foes. The Arrow's upset Galion and ended their 19-game winning streak, when Dave Wait threw a 14-yard TD pass to Stan Lukity. The team's awards went to Larry Hale and James Kopp on defense and Lukity and Stoufer on offense. John Hogan was the fourth coach for AHS in the past seven years.

 


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