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Arrows Head To Wadsworth

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  Originally Published on: 8/28/2013

The Ashland Arrows will open the 2013 season on the road Friday at Wadsworth against the Grizzlies. The two teams met last year at Community Stadium with Wadsworth getting away with a 35-28 win, one score in part came on an Ashland mistake on the opening kickoff which was fumbled and taken in for six giving the Grizzlies a quick 7-0 lead. Arrows senior defensive end Heath Reineke says the team has to cut down on mistakes on both sides of the ball which cost the A's the game with Wadsworth a year ago. A season ago the Arrows finished at 6-4. In three of those four losses Ashland came up short by a touchdown or less against Wadsworth, West Holmes and Madison in OT. Arrows head coach Scott Valentine, who begins his 12th season at AHS, says the Grizzlies will be very similar to last year and even though the team got down early against Wadsworth he was happy with the way his club bounced back. Valentine says one of the keys is not giving the Grizzlies turnovers that can be turned into points. Ashland is coming off a 17-13 first half preview win against Brunswick. Ashland's first home game will be against Sandusky on September 13th.

   
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