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I I Railsplitters explode in comeback victory Friday night ' s festivities opened with the release of maroon and gold balloons at the start of the football game. Seniors displayed their spirit as the Homecoming float arrived on the field. Troy McGee offered his car to be converted into the unusual float Halftime ceremonies consisted of entertain- ment by the Marching Band. The Homecoming court was introduced on the field in front of a rowdy Lincoln crowd. The Railsplitters beat a tough opponent by a narrow margin Friday evening. Two touchdowns by Pete Else and another by Scott Collier with less than four minutes remaining in the last quarter helped Lincoln edge Hoover, 26-24. Saturday night was a time of celebration and joy as students looked back on a week of enormous spirit and school pride. Dorian Art Club decorated the large gym with colorful streamers. Entertainment was provided by Last Shades of Dawn. Stover captured the moment by taking photographs and candids of the dance. Rich Blaylock. Matt Melinc. Troy McGee. Jon Salrcand Eddy Johnston (below) show why they are the Risky Rails. Shelly OBrian. Jean Long, and Patty DeFranscisco (top right) are all chained up. Drill Team (center) per- forms at the pep assembly. Students (lower right) display spirit chains.
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Frenetic crowd excites players Pep assemblies burst with excitement as creative and new skits were introduc ed to the rowdy student body. Tuesday evenings students representing different pep-related organizations met with Vice Principal Al Graziano to plan assemblies. The students thought of new ideas to lift the spirits of athletes for impor- tant up-coming events. Drill Team and Flags performed dances to popular songs. Cheerleaders led students in cheers to stir up emotion in team members. The Risky Railmen had the crowd on their feet when they displayed their unusual dancing abilities. Classes competed in races and games to decide which class had the most spirit. The seniors remained at the top, even with tough competition from the other classes. 16
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