A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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2006
Record  12-1-0
Ohio Cardinal Conf.  7 – 0
1st Place

AHS 2006

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40 E. 2nd Street, Ashland, Ohio 44805

Back row: Coaches: Carl White, Scott Sauder, Dan Fuller. Kyle Wolf, Tyler Stauffer, Cody Fast, Josh Woods, Coaches: Jim Deppen, Larry Hachtel, Harley Eichhorn, John Saccomen Equipment Mgr: Rick Gough,  Trainer: P.Wolf.
4th row: Ryan Greenlief, Tyler Stauffer, Shane Kipp, Cody Morehead, Josh Allton, Ryan Smeltzer, Garrett Johnson, Justin Stewart, Dallas Dunn, Will Jarrell, Ben Strauss, Jason Schuttera, Jacob Oberholtzer, Billy Orth, Mike Tomlin.
3rd row: Coach Brad Mumaw. Ben Mowry, Logan Kerr, Tyler McFarlin, Alex Hill, William Boyer, Joe Mitchell, Tim Gibson, Colt Porterfield, Robert Guliano, Drew James. Matt Goschinski, Jacob Carpenter, Nick Helms, Nate Vaughn. Head Coach Scott Valentine.
2nd row: Matt Austin, Nate Mitchell, Bryan Ashbrook, Matt Lewis, Justin Yelenosky, Debron Jones, Nate Cooper, Dan Hartnett, Jordan Icenhour, Taylor Housewright,  Anthony  Fairhurst, Andy Baker, Eric Cleland, Taylor Page, Kurtis Carman, Noah Heath. b-boy: J.Hardin. 
Front row: Neil Stevens, Cody Wolf, Shane Hiller, Mike Lamb, Brandon Harris, Curt Gillespie, Dan Icenhour, Andrew Spicer, Chris Snow, Conrad Edson, Shadron Starnes, Luke Rogers, Brian Hill, Brandon Banks, Andrew Britton, Ian Conery, b-boy: D.Delaney.

     
SCORES   LINE UP    
    Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS

S
AHS
AHS
AHS


44
31
17
22
30
28
26
28
27
35

S
47
14
0
Willard
Bellevue
Shelby
Mansfield Madison
Wooster
West Holmes
Orrville
Mansfield Senior - OT
Clear Fork - 2 OT
Lexington

State Playoffs
Sylvania Southview
Tiffin Columbian
Piqua
6
14
0
13
7
0
18
27
21
8

S
34
9
27

TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
QB
FB
TB
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
Conrad Edson
Kurtis Carman
Noah Heath
Neil Stevens
Drew James
Cody Wolfe
Taylor Housewright
Luke Rogers
Dan Icenhour
Logan Kerr
Brandon Harris
Tyler McFarlin
Nate Cooper
Anthony Fairhurst


E
E
E
T
T
MG
MB
OB
OB
OB
CB
CB
CB
S
Andrew Britton
Matt Lewis
Ian Conery
Cody Fast
Taylor Page
Luke Rogers
Shadron Starnes
Curt Gillespie
Chris Snow
Dan Hartnett
Brandon Harris
Logan Kerr
Shane Hiller
Tyler McFarlin
 

The Century Celebration during the Shelby game was one of the most special days of AHS history, but the 100th Year was the most special season in Arrows football history. The Team had the first perfect 10-0 regular season, the first Ohio Cardinal Conference championship, a first place in the Division II Associated Press poll, the first playoff win, and the Elite Eight in the Regional Finals. The Arrows lost to Piqua, the eventual State Champion, with Ohio’s Mr. Football Brandon Saine.

Coach Scott Valentine was the Division II AP Co-Coach of the Year. 1st Team All-Ohio QB Taylor Housewright set school records with 157 completions for 62% and 2,213 yards with 26 TDs.  Shadron Starnes was, also, first-team All-Ohio with 202 tackles while Brandon Harris (13 TD receptions) and Luke Rogers were on All-Ohio second-team. A total of 16 players earned all-OCC recognition.

At the post-season banquet T-G Sport Editor Dusty Sloan awarded the Division II AP Poll State Championship trophy to the 2006 Arrows. The Co-MVPs were Taylor Housewright and Shadron Starnes. The outstanding awards went to: offensive line – Neil Stevens; defensive line – Luke Rogers, Taylor Page, and Cody Fast; offensive back – Taylor Housewright; and defensive back – Shadron Starnes and Curt Gillespie

 
Rich Spreng and Paul Dienstberger   Billboards on East Main
and The Fairgrounds
sponsored by Rick Spreng
of Spreng-Smith Agency Inc.

Century Celebration Game (Shelby)

Century Celebration Game (Shelby) Photo by Tim Black of Black and White Services

 


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