A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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The Early Years
1907 - 1918
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NCO Years
1919-1944
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Independent Era
1945-1959
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Cardinal Conference
1960 - 1986
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Ohio Heartland
1987 - 2002
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OCC
2003 - 2017

1993
Record 2 - 8 - 0
Ohio Heartland Conf. 1 - 3
4th Place

Back row: Mark VanDine, M.Harpster, M.Wood, T.Mast, M.Albers, C.Evege, R.Hamrick,
S.Ash, A.Ferguson, B.Bishop, C.Zwick.
5th: T.James, M.Doty, C.Stackhouse, A.Mills, S.Dorn, J.Biddinger,C.Standridge, M.Rogers
B.Ballou.
4th: R.Funk, G.Edwards, T.Wittman, T.Kerschner, M.Lucas, C.Schmitz, R.Strine, C.Rufener,
J.Smeltzer.
3rd: Trainer R.Gough, Dr. Elderbrook, Coaches: S.Richmond, Head Coach Bob Quackenbush,
J.Bloodhart, B.Mathys, M.Schmitz, A.Stoler, C.Lee, J.Vogel, M.Timmons, M.Meluch,
M.Zickefoose, Coaches: S.Valentine, J.Deppen, R.Delaney.
2nd: J.Mager, D.Pagano, M.Roberts, J.Henthorn, P.Stapleton, S.Moherman, R.Seddon,
C.King, J.Brothers, J.Cooke, Coaches: R.Hopton, & T.Hess.
Front: J.Farver, P.Hawk, J.Gough, R.Zengler, S.Richmond, J.Overmyer, J.Hutchins,
J.Windsor, J.Dove, A.Bean, E.Wood, D.Wurster.
         
SCORES       LINE UP
          Offense   Defense:
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS

3
10
21
7
7
22
14
21
7
7
Galion
Medina
Shelby
Walsh Jesuit
Mansfield Senior
Wooster
Newark
Lexington
Marion Harding
Mansfield Madison

16
0
34
27
45
28
31
13
21
38


SE
LT
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
WB
WB
RB
RB

Justin Cooke
Jared Brothers
Jared Smeltzer
Toby Kershner
Jime Dove
Matt Meluch
Jon Overmeyer
Rob Seddon
Preston Stapleton
John Mager
Jack Windsor
Eric Wood
Jason Henthorne

E
T
T
E
IB
IB
IB
OB
OB
HB
HB
S

Jim Dove
Jon Overmeyer
Mark Roberts
Toby Kershner
Andy Bean
Eric Wood
Seth Moherman
Dave Wurster
Jeremy Vogel
Justin Hutchins
Justin Cooke
Andy Stoler
 
After ten years at Ashland and his 100th career coaching victory Coach Q said in his endearing hoarse voice, "Thanks!" His tenure was the longest in AHS football history. The most valuable offensive player was Eric Wood, who led the team in rushing with 861 yards. Jim Dove was chosen the most valuable defensive player. Mark Van Dine had 13 Xpts and 5 FGs. Andy Bean had the most tackles with 75. Justin Cooke, who led the OHC in catches with 32 for 323 yards, won the annual Times-Gazette MVP winner.

 



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