A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1939
Record 4 - 3 - 2
NCO Record 2 - 1 - 2
2nd Place


Back row: Coach Longley, Jim Hilty, Jim Shull, Bob Brownson, Tom BearEd McQuate, Leo Strang,
Bill Pedigo, Jim Dove, Rex Vanzile.
Middle: Charles Paxton, Harold LaRue, Lester Hesson, Dorne Dalton, Glenn Haller, Paul Hughes,
Brad Peckinpaugh, Bob Howell, Jim Puglisi.
Front: Wayne Ritter, Bob Bedwell, Marshall Mumaw, Claire Bush, Bill Berry, Howard McNabb, Joe Glass, Cliff Cothren, Wayne Miller, mgr Harold Clawson.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
14
0
7
9
22
0
6
0
26
Willard
Norwalk
Shelby
Marion
Wooster
Galion
Mt. Vernon
Mansfield
Bucyrus
6
6
6
18
6
0
6
40
0
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH
Charles Paxton
Joe Glass
Harold LaRue
Howard McNabb
Bill Berry
Tom Bear
Cliff Cothren
Jim Puglisi
Bob Howell
Marshall Mumaw
Lester Hesson
 
Marion began a string of six straight NCO championships, while AHS would finish second 4 times. The all-NCO linemen Cliff Cothren and Bill Berry stopped Shelby at the one-foot line in one of the great moments in AHS history. The A's ended Wooster's 13-game winning streak. Marshall Mumaw led the team in scoring again with 24-points.
Mansfield stomped the A's again, so the Athletic Dept. said, "Enough you're too big and just one more game next year."

 


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