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Ashland To Host Wadsworth Week One

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/22/2014

For the past 12 seasons the Ashland Arrows have been one of the most consistently successful programs in the area and 2014 will probably bring more of the same. AHS would like to take it a step further and get back to the playoffs where they have not been since 2011. Head coach Scott Valentine (94-41) enters his 13th season as Arrows boss and has taken the team to the OHSAA post season six times and says if the team is to advance to week 11 they'll need to get off to a fast start and take care of business against two good opponents in Wadsworth and Dover, two teams that beat the Arrows last season 35-7 and 47-42.

The Arrows for the first time since 2008 will start a sophomore at quarterback in 6'1" 190lb Grant Denbow, who has a stong arm to go along with his size. The past three season the Arrows went with seniors Zach Bernhard, Tyson Vogel and Nick Zurcher. Ashland finished at 6-1 in the OCC a season ago, runner-up to conference champ Mansfield Senior.

   
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