Pictured here in an effort to avoid Grandview players, Upper Arlington quarterback Bob Crane gains a few yards only to turn the ball over to the Bobcats, who would score and ultimately win the game 13-0. The defeat of Upper Arlington made Grandview the 1939 Scholastic Football Champions of Greater Columbus. The Grandview team, coached by William Harrison "Tippy" Dye, an Ohio State University great, finished the season with the school's first-ever undefeated and untied record. With its unbeaten record, the gridiron team won its fifth straight Central Buckeye league title. The leading scorer for Grandview was George "Doc" Mingle. Pat Cardi was the star halfback with Jim Koetz and Albie Row making outstanding plays to aid the winning team. The team concluded the 1939 season with the only perfect record in greater Columbus.

Pictured here in an effort to avoid Grandview players, Upper Arlington quarterback Bob Crane gains a few yards only to turn the ball over to the Bobcats, who would score and ultimately win the game 13-0. The defeat of Upper Arlington made Grandview the 1939 Scholastic Football Champions of Greater Columbus. The Grandview team, coached by William Harrison "Tippy" Dye, an Ohio State University great, finished the season with the school's first-ever undefeated and untied record. With its unbeaten record, the gridiron team won its fifth straight Central Buckeye league title. The leading scorer for Grandview was George "Doc" Mingle. Pat Cardi was the star halfback with Jim Koetz and Albie Row making outstanding plays to aid the winning team. The team concluded the 1939 season with the only perfect record in greater Columbus.