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Drill Team: (first row) Angie Rosenbaum, Rhonda Bruno, Wilmore, Lisa Brown, Dawn Wellman, Melissa Nittler. (third row) MinnetteHeide,GinnyHeggan, Carol Askland, Amy Welch, Judy Stacie Roberts, Maria Colosimo, Joni Raymond, Cindy Ghee, Nisser, Liliana Bonanno, Merry Cheers, Jean Hoffman, (second Cheri Loomis, Julie Martin, Lori Barnes, Becky Lynch, Kris Riggs, row) Jill Stevens. Lisa Steckman, Cheryl Bartholomew, Dina Tonni Wicker, (not pictured) Hilary Brown and Julia Knaur. Rich, Captains Michele Boldt and Tammy Drummond, Marcie 54
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Morning practice pays off for Number One twirlers Showing their spirit and enthusiasm, Flags highlighted theirseason with a Numberone rating in the state march- ing contest at Pella. Early morning practices began during the summer and until the end of football season. During football season, Flags performed with the Band for halftime entertain- ment. They also performed at pep assemblies and bas- ketball games. Flags had several money making projects including the annual Homecoming football raffle, car wash, bakesales, and Lincoln mugs sale. Captain Lisa Knight remarked, " It ' s been an experience and something I won ' t forget after high school, thanks to a great bunch of girls. " 6 Wendy McNally gets fired up at a pep assembly. 2. Kelli Leonard, Julie Satre, and Meri Farnsworth cheer on the wrestling team. 3. Sophomore Cheerleaders practice their mount before a game. 4. Captain Lisa Knight twirls to " Let Groove Tonight " . 5. (first row) Becky Durbin, Arlene Ishnael. Janet Ury, Sue Ponzeline, (second row) Jana Antol. Tina Peters, Leslie Ross, Wendi Wagner, Wendy Coburn, Beth Conner, (third row) Co-Captain Karen Huff, Captain Lisa Knight. 6. Tina Peters and Sue Ponzeline consentrate on their next move. 53
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i a in - I ; % ii a m m 4 A II A 1. Angie Rosenbaum, Liliana Bonanno, and Jean Hoffman wait to begin their dance routine to Rockin ' the Paradise at the Homecoming assembly. 2. Drill Team members Jill Stevens, Lisa Brown, Ginny Hegan, and Dawn Wellman are good sports when someone accidently glues pon poms to their bodies. 3. Senior cap- tain Michele Boldt wonders, " Will I ever catch on? " 4. Drill Team members show their enthusiasm and pride in the football team as they cheer them on to victory against Marshalltown. (above) Precise form shows as Drill Team provides half- time entertainment at a home football game. Drill Team shows spirit, enthusiasm during year Guided by first year sponsor Susan Sarver and senior captains, Michele Boldt and Tammy Drummond, Drill Team produced many exciting performances for students, faculty, and parents. With Drill Team practi- ces during the months of June and August, their first performance was at the annual Chicken Dinner in late August. They per- formed to I ' m Coming Out. Fall activities included marching with the band at home football games and attending theState Marching Band contest where Drill Team received a " 1 " rating. Rockin ' the Par- adise, Riding the Storm Out, and Freeze Frame were selected for dance routines. Michele said, " Tammy and I had a great bunch of girls to work with. They made Drill Team a fun and rewarding experience. " 55
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