A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1907 - 1918
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1945-1959
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1960 - 1986
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Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2017

1989
Record 0 - 10 - 0
Ohio Heartland Conf. 0 - 4
5th Place

Back: P.Kehl, B.Scott, N.Pokrzywa, M.Bennett, J.Braden, P.Mast, W.Meyer,
J.Standridge, K.Markley, D.Eaton.
5th: B.Watson, D.Anderson, D.Sponsler, N.Brekas, A.Walton, A.Harpster, K.McFadden,
J.Puster, J.Beyl
4th: C.Hines, K.Confer, J.Burns, M.Thomas, T.Williams, J.Sprague, C.McMurray,
S.Meredith, A.Bean.
3rd: M.Garber, M.Harpster, J.Bishop, K.Dungan, B.Ramsier, J.Riddle, R.Markham,
K.Confer, M.Stanfield.
2nd: S.Richmond, R.Gough, M.McGrath, R.Swaisgood, D.Kreis, R.Dravenstott,
B.LeClair, M.Mullenis, D.Satterfield, N.Kilgore, T.Wagner, D.Bowen, B.Cain,
R.Lafferty, Coaches: J.Deppen & R.Delaney, S.Keyerbeler, S.Williams.
Front: S.Richmond, Coach T.Ryan, Head Coach Bob Quackenbush, S.Krichbaum,
P.Courtright, B.Ostroski, J.Smerglia, J.Puckett, K.Kula, E.Bartley, B.Icenhour,
R.Mcconnell, E.Jentes, B.Flory, Coaches: R.Hopton & T.Swanger, M.Williams.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS

6
6
6
8
6
8
8
14
0
10
Galion
Medina
Shelby
Newark
Cleveland East
Mansfield Senior
Garfield Heights
Lexington
Marion Harding
Mansfield Madison
35
24
20
23
12
32
21
27
6
46

SE
SE
LG
LG
C
RG
IT
OT
TE
QB
WB
FB
TB

Bill Ramsier
Mark Mullenix
Todd Wagner
Darrel Bowen
Scott Krichbaum
Brian Cain
Jim Sprague
Bob Ostroski
Rob Dravenstott
Bill Icenhour
Ryan McConnell
Jason Riddle
Eric Bartley

LE
LT
RT
RE
IB
IB
OB
OB
HB
HB
HB
HB
S

Bob Ostroski
Judd Smerglia
Andy Harpster
Eric Jentes
Kory Kula
John Puckett
Matt Thomas
Rob Dravenstott
Dave Satterfield
Ryan McConnel
Eric Bartley
William Ramsier
Mark Mullenix
 
Key injuries and Jason Riddle's transfer contributed to the first 0-10 Ashland season. Bob Ostroski was named the MVP and 1st team All-OHC. Eric Bartley was the top offensive player with 450 yards rushing. QB Bill Icenhour had 4 rushing touchdowns. Matt Harpster was the top defensive player with 27 solo tackles. The most courageous award went to oft-injured Lber John Puckett, who led the team with 74 assisted tackles.

 




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