A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1936
Record 6 - 2 - 1
NCO Record 4 - 1 - 0
2nd Place


Backfield:
Back row: Eddie Highman, D.Hettinger, Bill Fritzinger, J.Puglisi, Paul Chorpening, Eugene Burns
Front row: H.Carr, C.Hockensmith, J.Cooper, L.Clark, W.Newell
Linemen:
Back row: J.Hartsell, B.Semler, J.Glass, D.Oyster, R.Morr, R.Snow, J.Boyd
Front row: D.Welsh, Hamilton, C.Risser, F.Bordanaro, P.Shaffstall, W.Glasener, V.Scobey, F.Wicks
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
18
27
13
32
12
13
0
0
0
Norwalk
Galion
Shelby
Dover
Marion
Mt. Vernon
Oberlin
Mansfield
Wooster
0
0
0
0
0
12
13
14
0
LE
LT
LG
C
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
RH
FB
Virg Scobey
William Glasener
Clarence Risser
Dick Welsh
Paul Shaffstall
Floyd Wicks
Frank Bordanaro
Lawrence Clark
Charles Hockensmith
Jim Cooper
Eddie Highman
Wayne Newell
Herb Carr
 
The Orangemen opened with the best start in AHS history five straight shutout wins. Coach Longley was forced to continually shuffle his line up with thirteen injuries including the entire starting backfield. The speedy Jim Cooper raced 89 yards against Galion, and Charles Hockensmith scored his 19th career TD. Clarence "Pete" Risser was all-NCO for the third straight year. However, again AHS was second to Mansfield after two long runs by Johnny Hallabrin. In the previous five years the A's had only three NCO losses all from the Tygers. But, the Big Red would be run out of the league for refusing to play night games the next season.

 


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