A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1911
Record 4 - 2 - 0


Back row: Luther Frentz, Glenn Shannon, Clarence Kosht, Guy Derr, Phillip Bockley
Middle: Paul Plank, Chas Mowery, Alfred Egger, Cloyd Miller
Front: Clifford Neal, Merle Lamprecht, Lisle Gault, Herb Campbell
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
22
21
6
6
12
6
Lodi
New London
Crestline
New London
Wooster
Alumni
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22
9
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Glenn Shannon
Clarence Kosht
Guy Derr
Lisle Gault
Paul Plank
Alfred Egger
Clifford Neal
Merle Lamprecht
Charles Mowery
Cloyd Miller
Herb Campbell
 

It was the first season at YMCA Field off Cleveland Avenue and Holbrook for home games.
The QB- Captain Merle Lamprecht led the A's to another winning season inspite
of the graduation of the brilliant 1910 seniors. Dutch Egger ended one of the great defensive careers in the early years of AHS football. Herb Campbell was a solid short yardage ball carrier. It was the close of Coach Thomas Moore's coaching days. He has the best percentage (.785) with 22 wins in 28 games of any AHS football coach. Regardless it was reported that fans were dis-satisfied and the partisans expected greater things after the earlier successes.

 


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