A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1932
Record 7 - 1 - 1
NCO Record 3 - 0 - 1
1st Place


Top row: Nick Dolby, Jim Jesson, Ron Brownell, William McDanel, Ev Hesson.
Bottom: Roger Sensemen, Roger Wicks, Carl Gerlach, Earl Thomas, Dick Brindle
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
13
21
27
50
6
43
24
7
14
Akron Garfield
Tiffin Jr. Order
New London
Bucyrus
Mansfield
Galion
Shelby
Wooster
Marion
0
0
9
0
6
0
7
9
6
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
Rh
Earl Thomas
Don Heter
Roger Wicks
John Depler
Roger Sensemen
Ev Hesson
Carl Gerlach
Nick Dolby
James Jesson
Ron Brownell
William McDanel
 
It was the first league championship in 13 years and the best record (7-1-1) since 1910. The A's were co-champs with Mansfield, who had not lost an NCO game since 1928. AHS tied the Murphymen on Jim Jesson's TD and Raymond "Nick" Dolby's eleven artful punts. In 26 years of AHS football only Wayne McDowell in 1915 had bested Dolby's season of 78 points and 926 yards rushing. Earl Thomas, Roger Wicks, Everett Hesson, and John Depler were recognized as first team all-NCO linemen.

 


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