A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1919
Record 3 - 6 - 0
NCO Record 1 - 3 - 0
4th Place


Back row: Cresco McHose, Coach Harry Barnhart, Schuyler Wharton
Middle: George Gault, Edwin Wells, Paul Curry, Earle Hetler, Everett Teeter.
Front: Weldon Hoot, Robert, Bogniard, Arthur Rybolt, Gerald McEntire, Clarence Cordell
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
0
6
0
13
0
13
19
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Millersburg
New London
Bucyrus
Wooster
Mansfield
Marion
Galion
Wadsworth
Alumni
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LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Clarence Cordell
Eddie Wells
Weldon Hoot
George Gault
Gerald McEntire
Bob Bogniard
Cresco McHose
Paul Curry
Schuyler Wharton
Everett Teeter
Arthur Rybolt
 

The Black and Orange entered the six-team North Central Ohio League, possibly the first "section" league in Ohio. Coach Harry Barnhart began building for the future with a "second" team squad. The season could be viewed on the Y gridiron by the final league contests. League leader Marion scored twice in the last quarter to defeat the A's, and in the battle for the cellar Ashland scored in the last minute against Galion on a pass from QB Paul Curry to Nip McHose. Of the nine seniors the sporting careers continued for: Eddie Wells in Major League baseball, McHose in pro basketball, and Curry in high school coaching as did juniors Wharton and McClintock. Three others went on to college: McEntire, Bogniard, and Teeter.

 

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