1959
Record 4 - 5 - 0
Independent


Back row: T.Smith, P.Gongwer, H.Wood, L.Winger, T.Hudson, S.Pealer G.Hildebrand, L.Rohrer, R.MacKellar, D.Morr, D.Hockenberry, M.Clark.
Middle: D.Barnes, B.Boreman, R.Gilbert, G.Halterman, T.Gill, T.Poutocos, F.Ruddy, L.Buzzard, R.Riley, B.Curry, D.Moroney, R.Post, J.Briggs.
Front row: L.Atchison, R.Harris, J.McKinley, L.Norton, R.Bartley, J.Hunter, G.Hockenberry, D.Wait, D.Dauch, A.Andrews, T.Wurster, K.Sattler, J.Ransom, S.Vermilya, J.Dolby, D.Winger, A.Halterman.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
6
32
0
36
52
8
20
13
20
Shelby
Cleve. West
Findlay
Madison
New Philly
Wooster
Marion
Culver
Galion
26
6
42
20
22
14
68
36
18
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Randy Harris
Steve Vermilya
Ron Bartley
Jim Hunter
Leon Norton
Ross Riley
Larry Buzzard
Dave Wait
Don Barnes
Larry Atchison
Dick Dauch
RE
RT
MG
LT
LE
LB
LB
C
C
S
S
Glenn Hockenberry
Don Hockenberry
Dave Winger
Harold Andrews
Don Barnes
Gary Moose
Ken Sattler
Arnie Halterman
Tom Wurster
John Dolby
Roger Post
 
In his second year Coach John Hogan introduced two-platoon football, which featured the "Terrible Turks" defense. The offense led by Dave Wait's passing and Dick Dauch's running resulted in four wins, which was the most in seven years. Dauch led the team in rushing (853 yards) and scoring for the second straight year. His 114-points for the season and his 40-points against New Philly were both AHS records. However, a winning season eluded the Arrows again, when they faced three State ranked teams including the UPI poll champion Marion Harding.

 


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