Ashland County Sports Hall of Fame
Ashland County Sports
Hall of Fame

Class of 2020

'Brent Barr
'James Deppen
'Marcus Fuller
'Joseph “Bud” Halada
'Jacob Howell
'Bill Linder
'Jeffrey Miller
'Ann (Burns) Tolliver
'Andrea (Bardy) White
'Tom Williams


'Ed Fulton*

Great Teams:
'1991 Mapleton Football

Selection Committee
'Randy Emmons, Chairman
'Paul Dienstberger
'Dave Gray
'Shawn Grundy
'Tom Herron
'Gaylord Meininger
'Ron Whitehill





1991 Mapleton High School Football Team

1991 Mapleton High School Football Team

Members of the 1991 Mapleton High School football team pose Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021 at the John C. Myers Convocation Center, before the Ashland County Sports Hall of Fame banquet, where the team was among the inductees into the ACSHOF. Team members include, front row, from left: Justin Donley, Teddy Hamilton, Brian Kirby Jason Hickey, Matt Miller, Coach Bob Ludwig, Coach Jeff Hill, Coach Jim Anderson; back row, from left: Roma Ames, Jason Bright, Gerry Sipes, Shawn Grundy, Kevin Moss, Shane Light and Ben Reynolds.

Chris Snow
Sports Reporter | Ashland Times-Gazette

1991 mapelton HS FB

Team Members:
Row 1: Matt Miller, Toby Rogers, Ted Hamilton, Corey Pelton, Kevin Noss, Shawn
Grundy, Jason Hickey, Aaron Goon, Lee Bowersock, Roma Ames. Gerry Sipes
Row 2: Billy Bryant, Brian Kirby, Rob Kerr, Rob Hagner, Dave Capkovitz, J.R. Kotalic,
Geoff Lewis, Kurt Kinter, Jason Bright, Shane Light
Row 3: Chris Harding, Dan Gallatin, Robert Paramore, Dennis Gerwig, Chad Hartsel,
Justin Donley, Seth Reisinger, Brent Langford, Benji Wittman, Ben Hootman
Row 4: Jim Enderby, Josh Campbell, David Baldauf, Ben Reynolds, Josh Anderson, Jason Goon, Shawn Moody, Mike Johnson, Jake Stokes, Reid Kramer
Row 5: Jeff Hill, Rob Thomas, Jim Anderson, Robert Ludwig
Not pictured: Josh Kotalic, Gavin White, Trainer: Shirley Ekey*

1991 Mapleton High School Football Team
1991 Firelands Conference Champions
Head Coach: Jim Anderson
Assistant Coaches: Bob Ludwig, Jeff Hill, Rob Thomas
Team Captains: Shawn Grundy, Jason Hickey, Kevin Noss
Ashland Times-Gazette Player of the Year: Shane Light
Offense scored 294 points
Defense only gave up 79 points
5 shutouts during the season
10-0 Undefeated regular season schedule
Won Firelands Conference Football Championship
for the first time in Mapleton’s history
First Mapleton Football Team to make it
to the Ohio High School Football Playoffs


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