Acadiana High School - Les Memoires Yearbook (Lafayette, LA)

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Q f 1 1 n 1 Melodie Arceneoux Cory Gordon ...i......ChiPhon . . Celeste Broussord . . . . . Seon Hundley Dovid Loy Potrick Poclick Brion Richord Arthur Young .........ChiPhon . . . .T Wondo Ortego 1, M Personcllfles gl ff 1 f 2 OPENING SECTION. ',.. V! N-.X -ca-fiwfw-,,!... 4. ,W-.,.-,.1, Q , h 333599 f 90f 7995 sonalhitihesg There Who hafeh 'nfe"eCfUa'S, OUYQO1 U9 and K I artists T arid? i'mulsic iahn s.l When 630 YT f I Pfef bin al i tyf fwlorks ' tggetheri, Q ,behgefiisi f and h l5eCom es lj unique. is among the high Schools in the parish. A . OPENSNG SECTION 3 OPEN NG S 5P"'f Spifiii Spirit.-. .i lt's a great word ihlalyyjhasj mufih' i lafschool, reworking and studyirigj oecomeS fulni and meanin, especially to Acadiana Highj,Scihool-l The memorable: aSchool fspirif yshouldi also extend to spiritiatAgl-LS.fisgsooverwhelming,thateveryone en-or s -academics. isluldentss are honored j for joys being a partlof it.sWhe-ther it be dressjhgfrufpiyohlay rgmiarkable progress ini olassq THESE studehlsi show pep rallysday or supporting the leam,EA,HLS.yis always e loyalty sto the school byi representing A,l-LS. fat rally. WGflil'GDl"GS3'l'll6dQf 'A ' i li l s l e eal yy Altoygetherg the spirit soflA.H.Sr isfcombinedgtoamayke i School spirit lisa primary factor iniiitheijymalmgfgoflafl sA.H.Sl. numberone-einerthefhyearts ofeverys Student, school. lf more peoplegei involved iirijtlhe activities ofa s rteacher, andjadm ih1is1rialolr.f i QQ is or e i i or . ,. 'xii ml ,U "I E4-1.7igvVLh.il:ij:iw . Y-4. , s ,ii .Q H ,vi , fx W 4' r 'K 71' v ' 4 I ' xafps-..t ,Zh 'L X. l 'ii 'Ir 'Pham Ui 'fy K 1 P " 'r f. f , , ' ,ry l H' '9 I I rx yy fopemamc secrlon s , Q l ' 1 .5 l iv, N 2- if L l 6 OPENING SECTION . . Excellence if Wh-... X N T Wifh U7e ol'iSeteOfi each new 5Ceilen ce: The C0n1 iniitn1ent.'i' This N i Acadianag High iStudenits return? i ffuiI5i gof f in excellence' extends from Qcelass io class,ito hope and determination, G3QQ i'5fflO fettain ithejclubs, agnlde to QIIQAHS sports. Through g their new goals, Aithough each ifi3tud ent victories, defeatsgfgooditimes and bad, N i sets a personal goal, ali students strive to eachperson polls togefherfg as one,f striv- e achieveiAHsfsfimouoior theefyearzgfex- ing fOr ihaf2Ul ii h?1atQ goal of excelienceg A ' k' OPENING SECTION 7 HOMECOMING CGURT 1985 'X W f? ap,wg4 -1 HOMECOMING TEA 1984-1985 ' ,max ' ' f 1.4,- '45, A ,I I wv , , s HOMECOMING TEA 9 if ,gd . . W l A ,,., K, 10 HOMECOMING DANCE ,Q .1- vla.. rv ," v -X -1' pf 1 ,dx "1-. A I x !ftEEQ1. W K " I J ft t MICKEY MOUSE VISITS AHS On Saturday October 20, the boys' gym was transformed into the "Magic Kingdom." The Senior class did an excellent job in setting the scene for the presentation of Queen Cynthia Perron and her court who were accompanied by senior members of the football team. Scenes depicting Mickey, and the rest of his animated friends added to the spirit of the oc- casion. The music was courtesy of disc jockey, Rob Ftue. HOMECOMING DANCE 11 l l l l l l LeCafe, Center Court in Acadiana Mall, is a true Acadiana High employer. Six Acadiana High students work at the Cafe, including four senior girls, ANNA LENT- JES, STACEY HOLMES, MONICA JEF- COA T, AND ALL YSON MELANCON. Their duties include making coffee and tea, waiting on customers and cleaning the shop after closing. They all agree that they like their jobs best because it is easy work and they can see all their friends in the Mall, and meet new people. One of the funniest things they remember is making a crank call to the boys employed at Mor- row's Nut House just across from LeCafe. The boys decided to crank call back but the girls' boss answered the phone. They also remember having water gun fights among themselves and with the customers. None of the four feel work has affected their school work. Instead it has allowed them to meet many new people. I- IN PURSUIT OF CASH Money, the experience, and the people are what DONALD DAUTEFHVE likes most about his job. l Donald has worked at Chick-Fil-A for the past 3 years. He is now a Crew Supervisor which makes him take on many respon- sibilities and work long hours. Donald doesn't feel his work has affected the quality of his school work or his social life because he only works one night a weekend. The funniest .Q .--1 'X 5 .5 F thing Donald recalls ever happening at Chick-Fil-A , r xv .. .il is when his boss threw a pie in someone's face at a going-away dinner for an employee. JP' z E 4 YL: Q. 2 , ' 3 F K ' ,BNA . ,PM Q . 'naw l Have you ever been forced to wear a box over your head to be photographed for hundreds oi people to see? Well, JASON DEVILLIER has. He recalls this incident as the most embarrass- ing thing he has had to do at work at the Lafayette Planetarium. Jason has worked there for about a year as part of the Star Show production staff. His job includes preparing slides for use, align- ing and checking the slide projectors, taking slide photographs, and hooking up electrical circuits. The only thing Jason doesn't like about his job is doing the slow, tedious work, but he does get to meet and speak to many people who share his interests. For the past four months, Forrest "The Dude" Chaisson has been an employee of D. H. Holmes in the Acadiana Mall. Forrest is a stockman whose duties include bring- ing merchandise from stock to customers, moving fixtures, and keeping the store organized. Forrest says his job affects his school work when he comes home tired and doesn't want to do his homework. When asked how his job affected his social life, Forrest said, "I miss most of the con- certs, basketball and football games, but l've met a lot of beautiful women at my job." Worth it - you bet! IN PURSUIT OF CASH 13 rf "" ' 4' g 5, 3 if 5 54' ' 4 211 5 is 7' . ..w .-2, 143.55 var' y-, f-9? SM 41 ' .-,Xl ki ,-,,, . "" s . M 35 X 'a 4 Q! -1 ,A .. Q 1.-. 'ici Ka ,in L Fi 14 1: 4 c M A Q- U N V W V. V, , ,V V V ff Vf V xf x - 'V I, , V. V V! , f V 1-if V V' - 2,f'V?',, ff : .-1' 1A fx X Q . v 1 AND ' ' 75 !swEf1HfARrs V V , -,V V nh-. L 1 Vf 'Q-f 5 Vi VN 5 SEL it , l Q Xu, K- Q SENIOR CLASS , SENIOR CLASS . 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'S Theresa Thibeaux Second Maid RRAB L TO R: Cynthia Perron and Anna Lentjes. BASKETBALL HOMECOMING COURT 21 MX - '-'nga D M BOTTOM ROW L TO Fl: Likely to Achieve - Rich Stryniewicz: Talented - Raymond Johns. MIDDLE ROW L TO Fl: Best Looking - Melodie Arceneeux: Likely to Achieve - Missy Lutgring: Talented - Bridget Needham. STANDING L TO R: Best Looking -- Kim Broussard: Friendliest - Cynthia Perron: Cutup - Sadie St. Julien and Shane Louviere. NOT PIC- TURED: Athletic - Kim Perrot and Troy Jones: Friendliest - Tim Handy. 22 FAVORITES 6 A 7--L 1 '-'ism BOTTOM ROW L TO FI: Cutup - Paula Byrd and Doug Alford: Best Looking - Mark Manuel. MIDDLE ROW L TO Fl: Friendliest - O'NeaI Weber and Amy Lee: Likely to Achieve - Julie Chaney and Raymond Goodrich. STANDING L TO R: Athletic - Bubba Savellg Best Looking - Hannah Taunton: Talented - Brian Ozenne and Toni Perdomo. NOT PIC- TUFIED: Athletic - Stacey Kibodeaux. .3 'Hit 1' -N Q BOTTOM ROW L TO R: Likely to Achieve - Michelle Boudreaux: Talented - Jarrod Hanks and Kathy Domenico: Athletic - Stacey Walters. MIDDLE ROW L TO R: Likely to Achieve - Doug Palombo: Friendliest - Jeff Pelletier and Michelle Simon: Best Looking - Mark Weber. STANDING ROWL TO R: Cutup - Shannon Romero and Tyrone Harris: Best Look- ing - Beth White. NOT PICTURED: Athletic - Lee Arceneaux. l'U'1 MA BOTTOM ROW L TO R: Likely to Achieve - Mike Mouton: Friendliest - Debbie Granberry and Mike Cox: Cutup - Jen- nifer Ventress. MIDDLE ROW L TO R: Best Looking - Todd Landry: Talented - Janet Chaney: Athletic - Christine Broussard: Talented - Chad Anderson. STANDING L TO R: Best Looking - Stacey Brady: Likely to Achieve - Kathryn Broussard: Athletic - Hayward Edwards. NOT PICTURED: Cutup - Mike Reid. FAVORITES 23 -.J ' ' f, emu'-' Sadie Goes Sailin All aboard! As students from Acadiana pulled out their topsiders, sailor's hats, and compasses, they were set for a night of smooth sailing. This, of course, was the theme of Sadie Hawkins sponsored by the freshman class on March 9. The Les Memoires yearbook staff was aboard the S.S.A.H.S. to give the results of the class favorite elections. Meanwhile, as the captain of the ship married couples, others danced the night away to the music of TechniSound. Bon Voyage! 24 SADIE HAWKINS DANCE we-0 I' sw W' I X R Q55 K gy 'CZTT1 gy 6 1 i ' ,F ,K ,gag A ' ' I Q, '. 1 l 52' 4 x L 4 Q 'L SADIE HAWKINS DANCE t wasn't February, but the spirit and ex- citement of the Mardi Gras season had returned to Lafayette once again. The Municipal Auditorium was transformed by the "Krewe of Acadiana" into a festive gala as the Prom Night of 1985 began. Couples dressed in white arrived at 8:00, some in the obvious luxury of a limousine. Prominent among the decorations was a Mardi Gras float along with comedy and tragedy masks that adorned the walls. Tables were decorated with colorful beads, masks and doubloons. Presented as Prom King and Queen were Kim Broussard and Lynette Lan- dry. Although the dance ended at 11:00, .the night had just begun for many who dined at the exclusive restaurants in town, attended private parties or feasted at pre-dawn breakfasts. It was truly a "night to remember." nf ' , cg ,..'i A -if S., . 54 I Kim Broussard and Lynette Landry reigned as king and queen over the "Krewe of Acadianaf' 26 JUNIORISENIOR PROM I D D vu U A JA 1:9 Oda g .f H 3 ax X R rf X ji as j " i fi ,fi 14 v-W 'Qt f:l W W1L1 1 Xiu f 5' fi 7 A A X X2 I , ga ,X ' Q --f-f S .K J N JUNIORISENIOR PROM 27 BACCALAUREATE ewrxcse af: 1- ,, ' 0' 3- Q Sm, .0 -1 351' N NW- wwe Q4 -1 ' f , -.1 e ' ,f if e. 'wwe' ' ' 3 in fiat. , tc , , 196 " -.3-Q' 'Y 'igfgega-2 A .3 fp, , - , , ,, .1 , ,P Cjlerffgz P K , .. v Qggfsgff 'N -A , F , I ' 1 New 25 " , , 4 U A Y 5' gm, aa, V ' 5 1' f, cs -F r., Q, ,-x - fl' W 5 Y ' . J' 4 ao ' f 9 Ma .ee if e .4 af V at SYM-fn 0 +4 M .ft all -f .MM aaacea. . fe af , ff: X, J "AF ,ga 5- 'Q' ""rX'1 ""lf'i77fiI:::- ','f!!74:5:::'i t 28 BACCALAUREATE Seniors Honored at Baooalaureate On May 17, 1985, Baccalaureate ceremonies were held at the Lafayette Municipal Auditorium. The Woodman of the World Award went to Mary Matese. Richard Strysniewicz and Melissa Lutgring were named Rams of the Year and were both awarded the American Legion Awards. Melissa Lutgring also received the DAR Good Citizen Award while Chi Phan, the youngest stu- dent ever to graduate from AHS, received the Beaver's Club Scholarship. Departmental awards were given to the following: Bart Hains - Agriculture, Jude Trahan - ArtlMixed Media, Tammy Picou - Art!Drawing, Michelle Reaux - Business, Julie Guidry - Chorus, Michelle Landry - Drama, Melissa Lutgring - English, Brandon Elliott - Forensic, Vicki Chauvin - French and Journalism, Janice Cole - Home Economics, Rusty Richard - Marching Band, Anna Lentjes - Mathematics, Farrel Foreman - Musical Productions, Joseph Lemelle - Men's P.E., Angelia Walker - Women's P.E., Stephen Sprouse - Science, Kelly Kreamer - Social Studies, Amy Medlin - Spanish, Gary Edmondson - Symphonic Band, Chi Phan - Yearbook, Paul Le - Drafting, and Shawn Hoss - Auto Mechanics. Several outstanding graaduates received large scholarships including Andrew Barron - a full scholarship to USL: Carrie Campbell and Gerald Champagne - 35,000 scholarships to USL3 Tommy Cox - 39,200 scholarship to LSU and a 35,000 to USLQ David Hammond - 314,000 scholarship to Tulaneg Sean Hundley - 35,800 scholarship to USL: Troy Jones - a 320,000 scholarship to Texas AGM: Kelly Kreamer and Anna Lentjes - 39,200 scholarships to LSUQ Melissa Lutgring - 314,200 scholarship to LSU: Mary Matese - 314,200 scholarship to LSU, a s5,ooo scholarship to USL, and a 326,000 scholarship to Hardin-Simmons: Kim Perrot - a full athletic scholarship to USL, and Layne Stelly - a full golf scholarship to UNO, also a first at AHS. "2 ' A V 3 1 2Vf,.f ' . 4 f 1: Q-at A5 , GRADUATION if lb 'Vw PM Best Wishes, Seniors of 1985 a i W x ,m W FA N N EWWHW img ,gs ' ' 'slim A ... 1 , ff ,ff , 1' F1 123' MV . CUL T Y ,www 03 Q L, b , FA CLIL TY ,nxw MR. DAVE CAVALIER, JR. PRINCIPAL 't m ' W 1 1 L :Q If K 2 'A i A Mr. George Brown Mrs. Judy Cox Mr. Dave Lutgring Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal 32 FAC U LTY 147157 ax... l Mrs. Pat Welch Senior Counselor Mr. Jim Rabalais Sophomore Counselor Mr. Larry Comeaux Discipline Center Coordinator ,, A ii.-M-W. riei 'F W-P F, . , a C Mr. Frank Smalley Junior Counselor '59 Mr. Louis Gerard Freshman Counselor FACULTY 33 X ii'X.L.,N, 1 Karen Aguillard Math Carolyn Am broise English Genevieve Bourgeois Home Economics Tammy Alexander Special Education Bobby Beene Physical Education Georgia Breaux Social Studies eq:- 24'x 4 Kathleen Aloisio Special Education Thomas Benoit Math Bruce Broussard Art G. Waguespack: An Award-Winning Band Director Gerald Waguespack has been Director of the Band Program at Acadiana High School for the past six years. Prior to his arrival at Acadiana, he conducted the Rayne High School Band to many honors and awards for six years, Waguespack's first teaching position was at Vinton High School in Vinton, Loui- siana. His responsibilities at Acadiana include directing the award winning Marching Band, conducting the Cadet, Concert and Symphonic Bands as well as the administration of a Band Program ol 185 students. Since his arrival at Acadiana in 1979, all aspects ofthe Band Program have enjoyed the con- tinued success established by the school's previous Band Directors. Under his leadership, Acadiana's Symphonic Band has been the only class quad-A band in the state to attain the Sweepstakes Award at the State Band Festival lor the past two years. His professional affiliations include: Southwest Loui- siana Band Directors Association, Music Educators National Conference, Louisiana Music Educators Association, 1st Chair of America, Phi Beta Mu and he is presently a candidate for membership into the prestigious American School Band Directors Association. ln great demand as a ClinicianlAdjudicator, Waguespack has judged Marching and Symphonic events throughout Louisiana as well as in the states of Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida, Arizona and Illinois. He was inducted into Phi Beta Mu Na- tional Honorary Band Directors fraternity in 1977 and received that organization's Outstanding Band Director of Louisiana Award in 1980-81. He also received the National Jaycees Outstanding Young Men ot America Award for 1984. 2 J -I... n .. tm fr Louella Broussard Special Education Mary Chandler English Cynthia Dauphin Business . RIMS A Barbara Brown English Louella Cook Social Studies Ted Davidson Physical Education A r'f,..f' Ai" by 36? N t 3. irk A4 Earline Buckley Spanish Chris Cooper Industrial Arts Alice Denais Physical Education Tina Cappel Social Studies Ronald Cormier Science Joe Depa Math FACULTY as FfAGCC ULLLI 1LYy Gfm, 4' as ll l I l I if l ll fu 'A 5 J xii fi N ' A xv! g-.A 3 X, ' in N i Y x - - l A r- y t r 5G 3 ' I Z V - ':ei'1-.gifts 1 '- fm-E-l ,gg u-.-.,'.,'e:- .4 ff 3. .,4.1,., 1.1,. .X :f5'."' 'le'.12.'-,gli :l7"i:?1Qg?'f':' , f f T1 f --ivff - -v .1 r1'i7'f , f' 'F if 'A - ' E , -.X.i:.g, wr.-51,5 gvz-41.1.-.V , ,V W at X I m M . t 5 LN --Y 4+-G sc. .4 45 is ' -I '- Q I Q mf G .gf ... I lug? , - 1 f Kathy Domenico Bill Dotson SPGGCN Emma Domingue Athletic DiI'0CTOr Carol Doucet Patricia Ducote Busmess Dalta Gary French Social Studies Cynthia Ford Home Economics Dawn Gary Sandra Gatz Math Myra Gosnell Spec'-2' Educauon 36 FACULTY SCier1Ce Gale Gleason Librarian Edna Gray Social Studies Librarian Stl itll B . e. 1 , e fu -. Go-Sponsors of FBLA Achieve Results MRS, EMMA PRICE and MRS. EMMA DOMINGUE are the co-sponsors of the Future Business Leaders of America. Their jobs are to advise the officers ofthe club, organize conventions, decide which students participate in events, and encourage students to study for these events. Mrs. Price has been head sponsor for three years and before that time, the assistant sponsor for four years. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from Southern Univer- sity. She also attended USL where she did most ol her studies. She taught at Sl. Paul Elementary before teaching at Acadiana. Currently the Vice-President of the National Collegiate Association for Secretaries at USL, she also holds the office of National Deputy Publicity Director of NCAS. Mrs, Domingue has been co-sponsor of FBLA for approximately ten years and head sponsor for one. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Business Education and Social Studies at USL. She then taught at Judice High School before coming to Acadiana. Mrs. Domingue is a member of the Lafayette Parish Association of Classroom Teachers and the Lafayette Parish Vocational Educa- tion Association. Under the direction of Mrs. Price and Mrs. Domingue, the AHS FBLA enrollment increased 100'Ve last year. The club achieved excellent results in the last years at District and State conven- tions, especially last year with 10 first places out of 14 events. f.:.. ,,,..w- - - W 1 f , Y , -sgxfa'-ev W as-,'g,w' My -1' P ,kg rf 'zflgggggzjgt af fr' fr' 1 A35 elf i if W . HIE . , T rs 33 I 3531 W -1 t 1 'f-2-'left' -1--f-3 . .-f i sl.. QM , 1? fit. i 1. -'-' ----- r 1 if - ' , , - ---f-- ' -- s et 9219 . - . ...,. yt, H ....,., .. 'Wee' N Qs 53, ,let I gali l W era,-s.t,c,s .fizgf l ee T jg fi W get A L SEX -,Y , ., H -- sg- W 'Meg i' r' -r "tw . -er '- QQ-,.,f5,g.ee5 I 4 1 s 1 515- V - 5 ' -M 0-- 1 ' ' Q K 477451 NN 'KH ki gr f' I . M T , 2' -,s- gb . Af " s-eieb U PSP' i, If Y Claire Guidry Math Willard Hanks Physical Education Marilyn Kleban Speech ,--s. Audrey Guillory English Brenda Harmon English Lawrence Kresse Science Qu ww """l0Dq.. L. of if r Karen Hamm Ned Guillory Special Education Sclence Phillip Kerne Shirley Harris Science Business Chris Latiolais Elaine Landry Home Economics use Physical Education FACULTY 37 llf at E' I--4 ' cl.: L m lE:Mc22: 4 X Hb , Q ,Q X in Q 6 N ,N . A. rfx iq? f 6' as I A X , 2, I :QTY nu 4' l 1. H Cynthia Lawless Special Education Jeanine Lgagh Chris Lemelle English Social SfUdi9S Paulette Lemelle Rebecca Lineberger Spec'-2' Educanon 38 FACULTY Spanish Carol Long English if iGNGFAq'k I 5 W, .E ,cf ,b Tv Fw' llll 1 'ri l " , " , ,Q 4 a , 1 .ff sl I QX, 4' 1 01 V P' 3 5' uf' 1' f L5 l X r I tr Q ff ' xt' . Wg. Darlene LeBlanc Math Carolyn Levy English Carole Lormand Social Studies L? Q: Q Jorge Le-Roy Spanish Frances Lighty English Leonora Lutgring Business g-3-ef QQ M Af i 1 , -lc, I . -,:- if r" I R . , x l R1 f l i GSC Co-Sponsors Supervise Sale ol Carnations MRS. BARBARA BROWN and MS. YVETTE SERVAT are the co-sponsors of the Girls' Service Club. The purpose of the club is to provide needed services to the school and community. At school, the girls try to provide assistance to all groups at Acadiana - students, faculty, staff and administration. GSC's biggest proiect, and the one the girls enjoy most, is the sale of carnations and roses for Valentine's Day. Along with many other projects, they provide money for two grants for students attending Close-Up Foundation, girls' athletics awards, and two students for Pelican State, Both Mrs. Brown and Ms. Servat have been with GSC for over 3 years. They divide the responsibilities of supervising various club activities and the duties of of- ficers. They assist in the planning of activities and meetings, and then check after- wards to be sure that club members have fulfilled their commitments. Mrs. Brown has a Bachelor of Arts in English Education from USL. She is present- ly working toward a Master's degree from USL in secondary teaching. Ms. Servat graduated from LSU with a B.S. and M.E,D. degrees. a we Iiiiif sf, f .3 glint -::, , . it Li QE . K 7 if Q ff ,S 2 , ,.. ..., . . ,Q it .lr We T I, ffl i I 'll V , 5, T Q . L Scott McCullough Cecile McAdams Physical Education Math Kathy Mosing Yvonne Moore English Physical Education Vera Prather Ann Palombo English English , A an 'fy flips , Q K S Q A I ., . ,. i . 1' TSX Lfifrefgi 'il ' Y K K . K C7i"'kl?iG?'3'- pQfT3.J 2 Q. ff' ,X 'IW gf' jj A 'iggisggsis is , iii ' V A? t s au Q 9 Helen Milligan Janice Menard Math Physical Education Wanda Ortego Harold Mouton English Busmess Emma Price Mary Pray Business Business - x ' lf Q- gi , it T 1 xl . , Xl? 73" . ? fxxt . i 'fl FACULTY 39 Y, I f - , .. S00 i i I I z...4, ' B 4 ,, fx my U' 1 W f X XT -rf .f Y . 'f - i Dona Rees Business Linda Segura Math James Simmons 40 FACULTY Physical Education ms i 4. - ,l ji1gfgEgiIlggg:zf,x. V J s s, Vw . . gr, , f' l, fa, ll . sl ' ' -.l-...gunna E53i5 ' ai., .. ax. ., zz me- ! I .W Y, 1 in - at me 9.54 4 r XY ff 4 if QE at W Wilton Richard Science Yvette Servat Math Wana Skinner Home Economics L I Geraldine Pritchard Science Arthur Riedel Chorus June Shimer English Susan Smith English Gloria Raggio Math Carolyn Saunders Math Jack Shinholster Industrial Arts Dianne Spencer Science Mrs. Lineherger Heads Spanish Clubs Los Paisanos, meaning "fellow countrymen," has been headed for the past eleven years by MRS. REBECCA LINEBERGER. Mrs. Lineberger first pursued her education at Newberry College and later went on to study at Duke University in North Carolina. After graduating she spent four years teaching in various schools around the United States and Cen- tral America. Since Mrs. Lineberger's arrival at Acadiana, the Spanish department has grown from three classes to thirteen classes, eventually making the Spanish Club one of the finest and largest clubs at Acadiana High School. Another point of interest is Mrs. Lineberger's involvement in the Spanish Honor Society. This club is a national organization which is open to any student who has excelled in Spanish for three semesters or more. The Spanish Honor Society is proud to announce their adoption of a five year old child from Uruguay, whom they support each month. W . as HQ- , ggigggggg eeesEgs,ssseesLE5seSi,.eaisfsig eaaeseeassfsssswiesigisise sssseiigaskmsssesese . l l eewii lx r A-155 g N ..,. new fn as F . i', W C 3 T 3 'Qld g . i ' E it S S 5 l . 'thee' W- . l l 'l X K g aa? - I , - .rg 43 5 , . fl 4 .. QT' 5 A K i l i Y i SY ' T il 'lj"m sa is 3 fate? .3 Q?ss """" lx S es! 5 fi . sri. Geneva Taylor Kathleen Trahan Deborah Tatman Math Carroll Trahan Social Studies Soma' Studms Jody Verwers Agncunure Gerald Waguespack Sheila Trahan Math Eleanor Villadiego Band Enghsh Bevenyvvuuanw Enghsh JanetZonnevew Jackie Wallace Science Mattie Williams Special Education FACULTY 41 Art Enghsh 5' 5' 6:67 Y -L f r,lff'gg',i1i'g ,' 'H'-illij'-"l"WU'-iN 112 A MA TRONS: CUSTODIANS: L TO R: Mrs. Bernice Roger and Mrs. Joyce Broussard. FRONT ROW L TO R: Mr. Woodley Gary fHead Custodianl Calvin Dugas and John Hebert. BACK 15 I , ji I l 1 l 4 ROW, L TO Bradley Racca, Abraham Handy and Carl Lecompte. Y Y-1 A Q3 Z X' saw CAFETERIA WORKERS: STANDING, L TO R: Thelma Prejean, Louise Taylor, Sadie Prejean, Velma Smith 1Assistant Managerl, Amatil Bourque, and Mary Dalfrey. KNEELING, L TO R: Arline Desormeaux fManagerl, Beverly Overstreet, Marie Kidder, W 42 FACULTY Barbara Boudreaux and Vernice Champagne. Linda Matthieu Library Clerk BLS ,, 1 M TUTORS: L TO Fi: Brenda Son- , nier, Jane Dotson, Jo Robinson and Sissy Alonzo. Rudell Broussard 3eCfefafY Masil Comeaux Bookkeeper C7 l ""'i'i it , if lr 3 E1 iff? ,ij'.,i,yT,3g 3 in , it--l' .Q . 'ff' .rf . 1i'5?QjRlilg1 i5 H Q fs B r'rr 1 lf if 5 1 1 AIAI, f I is 'QW X 545 1 , B L J i f R R 5 My v X Wea' V we 'fig L rf fi-t A , ' lf' to f' Gladys Dugas Resource Room L 1 Belle O'Donovan Diana Simon Attendance Nellie Rabalais Receptionist Counseling FACULTY 43 1-1., , QJ3' -Q v I I H , ' J. w.,. I - o4'Q?f E E ITORQI SEAUOH CLASSo osom-IQMORE CLASS oo o iC ory Gordon oo A Celeste Broussard o o o A o o MeloodielAorcerieauic Lynetote Landry Q o A JUNIORCLASS , FRESHMAN GLASS- f o H anonahoTaunton o o .Q-kenfnifef Posey o 1 AfthlJf Tammy Hou nti ngto n f as-K ,, , ggi? :ie af '15 1.-55 ""'Z'nf2:., , -1 Vw a 'fm EN-aa Q? "':' - 3. , . ,nm W, 63 .nffg ' eg. . ns ' 1131? '- .-:FP 1 In 1' 'W ..:fg'? 8 CLA 9959 C'-A 9959 w 45 46 SENIOR OFFICERS f U ,Z I f fo .3 C- fx-ra' , ,,.,,,f' it lx gc? My XXI, FRONT ROW L TO R Stacey Holmes Representatuve Suzanne Hudson Parllamentarlan Lynette Landry Representatnve Denrls Staten Ftepresen tatlve BACK ROW L TO R Greg Guldry Presndent Bridget Needham Vice President Kathy Gull Secretary Theresa Thlbeaux Reporter Adrien Melancon Ftepresentatuve 550 to ,UU A Mary Albarado Sherri Arabie Nancy Babinox Scott Beard Anne Benoit Alexander Andrew Di0I'I FKOXSDFIG Alieman Al'1dI'US Bridget Lisa Arceneaux Aucoin Melodie y Peggy Arceneaux Aucoin Rachel Jamie Babineaux Baronet Wilma y Andrew Babino Barron Ronald Angie Beaver A Begnaud Anga Eric Begnaud Benjamin , 1 f.. If -'Q A Denise ' Amy AU' Benoit Bernos y Stephanie Jacqueline Benoit Bertrand Reginam Frank Shannon Arabie Y 1, if 1 David AZGITIHI' Carla Baudoin e Bennett Keveriy Bice SENIORS 47 Chris Ronald Darin Black Bob Bordelon Brian Keith Shawn Blanchard Bonin Bordelon PAYS A lj-ci ENDLJ RANCE on: Q 5- N, A Alexson 4 Kurt Tommy i Borel Boudreaux Boudreaux Eugenia Paul Randall Borel Boudreaux Bouley 1 X.. S Y fx Rhonda B Annette L J Melinda Bouley Bourque Boyer l Julie Tammy Laurel Boultinghouse Bourque Brady i 'QP' 17 T l i Linda Celeste Guy l Braus Broussard Broussard i Kevin David Kim 1 Breaux Broussard Broussard 48 SENIORS 'I , P 'V' . ,N g N L A x I 4 ..,:. V181 . KL 3. X, gat Q, 'LU ' Nancy Vaughn Hugh Bruno Burris Carmichael Tim Karen Carrie Broussard Buettner QMY my it N Campbell H y t nfn "i 9 5 v ' W f '-7 V in k Patricia ' Gerald James Carpenter Champagne Charles Catherine Forrest Jodi Carmouche Chaisson Chaney I 337' su' Christina Lorre Raymond Choplin Clark Clay Vicki Leo Ricky Chauvin Christian Clark F i " fiiv' V A ' Cory Cathy C l Ernest Clifton Coker Comeaux Mike Mike Janice Cleveland Clooney Cole Kenneth Karla " X A Steven Comeaux Cormier Cormier Glen A Monique Kim Comeaux Comeaux Cormier SENIORS 49 Thomas Cox Teddy Credeur T 1 A A " 5 Y: 'D Charlene A X' Darby Kevin :X Darby .F N F, . s r ye 11 , nf., K' X i i 32, f John Degeyter Richard DeJacques Jason Devillier John Crisp L, Chrisiopher Dartez Kimberly Delacerda E Kim Crowley Donald Dauterive Yxr Carolyn Denais x ,bf also .f , , 1 , 25 Q .' 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' A ' ? : -3 .- If : 1 5 ., N Shanna ' Christine Julie Guichard Guidry Guidry Brett Greg Paige y Guidry Guidry Guidry Af lg: K 1?- Patrick Tim James ' 1 Guidry Guidry Hammond Terry Bart Tim Guidry Hains Handy rs 'J Troy Qt J" A Billie Donna in Hanks Harper Harris Roxanne Teddy Wendy Harmon Harrington Harson 52 SENIORS la 3 -s Q v lg fi M Anthony Hayes if Brian Dana Duane Headley Hebert Hebert Carla Hebert Donna Hebert James John Suzy Arlene Hebert Hebert Hernandez Mike Kellie Hebert Hebert Henry Y Daffy' Maude Bryant Marcus Hernandez Hoffpauir Hollier Russell Lora Hernandez Herring Hoffpaulr Holmes Shawn Bennett Sean Hoss J Hug Hundley Stacey Suzanne Ken Hudson Hulin 3 i I 5 Chris Anthony Kim Janice- Jefferson Jones Nga Monica Raymond Huynh Jefcoat Johns SENIORS 53 ti Johnell JOUI'l'lef Kelly Kreamer Angela Lantier 'i Greg LeBlanc 54 SENIORS Dwight P Bert Kaufman King Paul Vickie Robert Justin Kidder Kopicki Lynette Michelle fi Landry Landry Mary Marc Michelle LaMarca Landry Lansou ' ff? 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QD 'Q f' 'ff' .5 Matthew Dalfrey T3 19-A - Dfifgt fl? -1- 'Sz ' lg I ' if- 'M' ,Q -1 Tina Darnell 'LD , ,E 'Wk 'E' ' f- f D ' ' I, ., . DD, A Sheila Davis - ' ' A fe- -- N I ' fi Q' 'A A Pl D ,J to l J it A Robert Degeyter ,, i D ' gg I A F' f Darlene Delouche 1 3, X' if if - 'T t Mark DeShazer , ' A . A f. ' Christi Dimmick eff- r,l-r ft, D Dr, "E ' ni 1 . f-' . i"' if ' digs " Amanda Dixon D m.. - :L . 'U C ' 1 Di Q3 L- N .fl 'ffi'j'fi+Sf Sherri Dixon gf D DD " ' " 33' A. D' '.f 'Cf 1 ,'i' rfb Joel Domingue ' A ' A D- ' D -. A I 1 'gy' Simone Domingue 2 - f' Q25 D, A -of XX f 1 ' . Diane Doyle A ' M D W A V I' f Troy Drewry A, D 4 D A D 51, f' D5 Angie Dronet D ' ff, 'F at , fl Bridgette Dugas ,f - .. D J , ' -2 T374 S' if Janelle Dugas Q D if-y ,N ' Qin' .Q 5 ' L X? y if IRD Flachelle Dugas D , D , 1 4 3, . g' D ,Q , ' ve f D iiifj "1 ff' Blake Duhon seg, tg, DD D 5 J -. 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M. , so Fi fi it Q K Jw .L - i f r f 1 . gggml L,,. 2 nw!! .Wi :ef 4'-' '- il t Shelly Ganson Gwen Garrick Scotty Gary Mike Geer Debbie Giddings Raymond Goodrich James Gordy Robert Granberry Kendall Granger Rex Green Christy Grote Amy Guidry Charles Guidry Kelli Guidry Michael Guidry Clyde Guilbeau Greg Guilbeau John Gumbs Stephanie Handy Myra Harmon Rachel Harmon Rhonda Harmon Jeff Harris Kevin Harris Sonya Harris Cassandra Harrison Randy Haywood Chad Hebert Collette Hebert James Hebert John Hebert Keith Hebert Kirk Hebert Raymond Hebert Morris Henderson Paul Henry Greig Hernandez Paula Hicks Tammy Huntington Dixie Huval Peggy Huval Colleen Johnlouis Tammy Johnson Patti Jung Deanna Kelley Kara Kennon Matthew Kerlin Linda Kessinger X V. ,N..,. . K' K W yy JUNIORS 65 Stacie Kibodeaux Artis Kilchrist Eric Kresse Candace LaBorde John LaFleur Tracy Lagasse Michael LaLonde Randy Lanclos Denise Landry Eloice Landry Kyle Landry Rene Larriviere Sherry Latimer Blaine Latiolais Jan Latiolais Denise Lavergne Jimmy Leach Moira LeBlanc Robbie LeBlanc Tony LeBlanc Liz Ledet Amy Lee Troy Lege Rebecca Leger Tres Leger Bert LeJeune Angela Lewis Randy Ligh Tammy Lopez Joel Lormand Kristy Lutring Gregory Maenz Neal Malveaux Buddy Manuel Christy Marple Paige Marsalis Paul Martin Tony Marty Chrissy Mastro Randy Mata John Matese Charlotte May Richard Mayer Colin Mayne Colleen McBride Geary McDonald Eric McZeaI Kathy Meagher Paula Melancon Keith Melkild Damon Menard Dirk Menard Brian Michaud Brian Miller Cheryl Miller Connie Miller Karla Miller Lizette Miller Paul Millette Rachel Mire Vickie Montgomery Carolyn Morrison Blake Morvant Stuart Morvant Jeff Mouton Maria Mouton Monica Navarre Can Nguyen Thuy Nguyen Tuy Nguyen Eric Norris Annette O'Bryan Donna Orgeron Lisa Oser Brian Ozenne Patrick Paclik Scott Parr Tiffany Parrish Lori Patin Annette Pellerin 66 JUNIORS .Ev .si ' "' l' iiit V7 i 'fe' A Q.. 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David Pellerin Toni Perdomo Lisa Perkins Michelle Perrodin Jodi Plummer Ben Pooler Martin Poirrier Melissa Portalis Jennifer Posey Darren Pourciau Melissa Powell Kevin Prejean Mark Prejean Todd Prejean Brad Price Todd Prince Lucian Provost David Rabalais Brian Rabeaux Darlene Raines Leigh Ransonet A Char-les Reed David Reed Mike Reed Laura Restall Chip Richard Kelly Richard Mark Richard Rachel Richard Rodd Richoux Marcia Riedel Dawn Roberts Holly Roberts JUNIORS 67 John Romero Michelle Roy Tracy Roy James Savell Jeannie Savoy Ronny Savoy Scott Sayes Christina Schexneyder Mike Schneider Brett Schroedter Shane Scott Charles Senegal Carrie Seymour Chris Sibley Jil Secard Chris Simon Michelle Sinegal Michelle Small Bret Smith Kelly Smoak Jimmy Snyder Cathy Soileau Chris Sogga Talbennet Solomon Chad Sonnier Larry Sonnier Timmy Sonnier Joetta Spell Tina Spell Nicole Spencer Darlene St. Julian Angela Stansberry Ena Stelly 68 JUNIORS Y. tl, Ste ,gl AA -xii .QS Q, , .. . 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Q4 iii I Tiff A51 T z Fran Stelly Christopher Stevens Amy Stewart Ashley Stockstill Jamie Stoute Brandy Stubblefield Brad Supple Hannah Taunton Jody Terro Adam Thibodeaux Bryan Thibodeaux Melinda Thibodeaux Stephanie Thibodeaux Troy Thibodeaux Shane Thomas Twila Thomas Brian Toche Eric Trahan Gay Trahan Jean Trahan Karl Trahan Paula Trahan Ryan Turner Lorna Uebbing Stacy Venable Mark Ventress Leslie Vincent Pat Wagner Lisa Walsh Stephen Walters Tonya Walton Kathy Webb O'Neal Weber AI Whitaker Ftoslynd White Lisa Wilkinson Richard Williams Carol Williamson Jeannie Wilson Michelle Wilson Becky Winn Angela Woodard Eric Worland Danielle Wright James Yaeger Scott Yarbrough Arthur Young Mark Young 213A if JUNIORS 69 -2 f .N b V . ,, Q , , 4' Q v V H I in-as av 3695 I T .. . ,LA gag- 7 ' Q P L ' if A .- 6 ' In ' QV it J xx . , . "f ,- A' ' ' g V' 1 g .Q I-A ,..:. , , A J 'P T ' jzji .jf A .. 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' lf" ' A A it mai M at Tina Abshire Phil Achee Paul Adams Tom Ahlf Shane Albarado Christy Alford Chad Alleman Mike Alleman Patrick Alleman Charles Allemand Robby Ancelet Amanda Anderson Linda Anderson Shawn Antoine Ricky Apple Lee Arceneaux Brennan Ardoin Candy Ardoin Cindy Ardoin Barry Arnold Blaine Arnold Brian Arnold Tabitha Aucoin Dwayne Austin Tami Avant Cynthia Ayorinde Shane Babineaux Suzanne Bacque Mandy Baham Richard Bandeau Sonya Barbier Dedra Barefoot Stephen Barnes Jimmy Baronet Kenneth Bassinger Debbie Baudoin Troy Bellard Stephen Bennett Denise Benoit Monica Benoit Kenny Bergeron Percy Bergeron Joseph Bernard Marme Bernard Mickey Bernard Jill Bertrand Blane Bice Jessica Blackwell Angie Blanchard Mike Blue Clifton Bob Vanessa Bonin Marc Booth Kari Bordelon Honey Boudreaux Michelle Boudreaux Ricky Boultinghouse Lillian Bourliea Christine Bourque Darra Bourque Dwayne Bourque Lorena Bourque Tim Bourque Candace Bowden James Brame Rae Lynn Brasseaux Antoinette Breaux Dawn Breaux Peggy Breaux Rene Breaux Candice Brice Nick Brignac SOPHOMORES 71 Todd Brooks Angela Broussard Jerry Broussard Kathy Broussard Kim Broussard Mike Broussard Nichole Broussard Scott Broussard Simonne Broussard Monique Brown Paul Brown Roland Bruno Tracie Bryant Tracy Burkett Lisa Campbell Ashley Carlin Angie Carriere Scottie Carriere Kelly Cartwright Todd Caruthers Matt Case SEP? ' ' Q55 S ". . in . Eh l ,M HM, ., V if i,,s L me it vig ",: A-'fr'-I E' M ' QQNLWX ' T , . AngelaCatrou V' ' X 13 .I Jerry Celestine g . Vincent Celestine y E 'I . .9 . L," il. B 1. ' Y-1' f,' 1 v- , 1.3.1,-B51 in 'N rffiir. v .. .... , ,Q ,Q 3.9. V 9 ily W 2' 4 .A fQ . - -2 l A V , K 6 r 'sl' I? , , 5, a ,f I' A fi ..,a gl 3 fi -Q' ' LT W r ' I X s '-'I ' 6 l L 1 ophomores Promote Qpirif Spirited is the word that best describes MICHELLE BOUDREAUX, an energetic sophomore who is head junior var- sity cheerleader. She is an active member of the Leo Club, Beta Club, and Spanish Club, as well as being secretary of her class. Her special interests include softball, running and swimming. Michelle maintains a 3.65 average and plans to attend USL. Students desiring to be "first in everything" is what DOUG PALOM- BO likes best about AHS. This ver- satile sophomore maintains a 3.85 average while participating in everything from varsity football and track to being an active member of the Speech Squad. Other organiza- tions he belongs to are the Leo and Spanish Clubs. He plans to attend S.M.U. in Dallas to pursue a career in medicine. Determination and dedication are what Acadiana likes best about Doug Palombo. 1" 72 SOPHOMORES LLQL il 1-T E 1- 'Y QQ . LL L - Q. if .,,L LQ- 'Y I' 'fx A dx D i s R ,L Q' L 1' ' i 4 Q ' 5 , i L 'W Lf' M .X 5 vw! g 31 g 2 ALL :S:L3? M K gs y K, 5 - s Q 74 L 1' C ' X gf. -Lt J ' jggfg L T will Y fl. " g' L q f -if--1g.L,, Q '-btxfr' A L - Lf I iii L -L W L L A ,. I WL' LL f.. V 3 fi' K 'H K3 In :X L ixlb E L L A ,. - A - 'r i M? 'T t it ELL lm :MM , i f A M .- i 1 as M2115 3 2 ' - ff jl32'fWt"V TLL L W' K -in? ' Q ff E if it y ..- 4- 1 sg L 2 a ,L A , , Q7 f X - ' ,LYS ,-X . at Y 3 A , Xi L ik' ' f T A i Q Y .f M V N f .L I 1 1 'Q . 5 F ' . 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Q s JL T S my L LL 'S' i xl few-Nfffx f L 3 ' - L L L A l L A l..,L...,,f"' - I it A 'M X - ' 5 Christopher Chambers Tracey Champagne Debra Chandler David Chaney Jody Chatlain Michelle Chauvin Eva Chiasson Rebecca Clark Todd Clement Jason Clifton Tanya Colarelli Liz Cole Cathy Comeaux Vince Comeaux Lynnette Constantine Monica Conzelmann Rachel Cooper Dwayne Cormier Kate Cormier Kristie Cormier Donald Courville Melanie Courville Wendy Courville Wendy Courville Adrienne Credeur Blake Credeur Kim Credeur Rachel Credeur Tony Credeur Natalie Crutcher Michelle Curry Mike Dagle Maribeth Daigle Steve Daigle Troy Dalcour Chal Daniel Jerry Dartez Troy Dartez Jennifer Daspit Paul Dauterive Elizabeth Davis Angie Dean Mike Dean Sandra Dean Adam Decuir Kevin Delhomme William Delhomme John Delouche Allison Dennis Michelle DeRoussel Anh Dinh Betty Dixon Kristi Dodson Kathy Domenico Rachel Domingue Robin Domingue Steve Domingue Doug Dotson Laura Dougherty Chad Dubose Greg Ducharme Ruth DuCote Harold Duffy Abbe Dugas Derrell Duhon Rachel Duhon Ronald Duhon Sherrie Duhon Ashley Duhe Daphnie Dupuis Troy Dupuis Dee Dee Earnest Jason Eckman SOPHOMORES 73 Harold Edmond Felincian Edwards Mohammed Elagamy Brian Emperley Gretchen Endsley Stephanie Etie Charles Faske Edmund Faske Kerri Faulk Mary Kate Fletcher Kipp Fontenot Lauri Fontenot Lisa Fortier Amy Fountain Corey Francis Luthen Francis Kelly Frankerberg Victor Gallagher Stacy Gallet Chuck Galligan Kim Galloway Kelly Gardner Brian Gary Harry Gary Melissa Gary Brian Gaspard Tammy Gaspard Missy Geer Shelby George Andrea Gerard Andrew Gordy Allison Gore Michael Green Tony Guidroz Alvin John Guidry Bonnie Guidry Bryan Guidry Damian Guidry Danny Guidry Geraldine Guidry Lynette Guidry Simone Guidry Steven Guidry Thisbe Guidry Michelle Guilbeau Robert Guilbeaux Lyda Guillory Tommy Guillory Jarrod Hanks Frankie Harelson Suzie Hargroder Darren Harrell Tyrone Harris Samantha Harwin Michelle Hasling Julee Hatcher Maziar Hayatdavoudi Kim M. Hebert Shane Hebert Sandra Hebert Ted Hebert Yvette Hebert David Hernandez Marci Hernandez Stephanie Hernandez Michelle Herring 74 SOPHOMORES V :ak 1 RTT f f K 5 3 , , X Tit' ef I - y TQT' . 'u , K jf x XV vt? T ,, n - .T I QT 'X . XF - A. N I ,, 4, T .01 in .tif ff' 'fo , up -Q '05 " ,,.t 5,2411 TT ,A Tm ge 3. " " 'K' Wi Q?ff!5LlTf'if-if-A-' HQ W n- 0 -H ta, T1 '- 'Xi A ' fb V yin TNT if T Fi f X - T '-1. W 45 " 1 f H' A ,LLAQVFE7 ' P T T Q ' M v e tr, Q ': A 'i W sz ' Q than 3 T, ? I 'E' 13' . "'i S x ig' x ?' Z W.-. T I Mf?TT,A5kyf,T. K . f -T. fs:xT g.vz'Txgzz- VT 1 N l .. ff " eq , x J w. in f 5..- 'Tm " i Li 5, ki, Y' f 1 , f a 1: fi ' T K , . ,T T kissx XT T3 l' ,V 5 T I , ,E tTsMlT T T T W ' , - .AT 4 " ' A i 'Fi , we T -' ' X . . ' ga-,T ' 4'1" f T ' t ' r " -mf' " 1-Ni ' ' 7T iTf ' e,aSm?+iX vw btw V PM X f W xxmli-A . 'T T T WF? 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H a. 5 f 3 mv R .. l -E g g 4 K RL as J, El 4 f :iw-'w ,Q Q L I 1' Pwtggf sw tg Aw '- , gj ' -L 5 ii, xg 1 M 1 S p , z X L L as Qlillw 1 f f N, 3 R K ,na p - 3 RN XP 9 Robert Herring Toni Higginbotham Cynthia Hodge Kim Hoffpauir Lisa Hoffpauir Donald Hollier Rebecca Hollingsworth Christina Holmes Sherrie Holt Paula Hosey Raphael Hudelot Michelle Hull Mark Jackson Shannon Jakson Curtis Janice Pamona Jasman Alicia Johnson Rick Johnson Chrissy Jolly Kay Jones Mona Jones Rodney Jones Jennifer Josa Billie Joseph Stephanie Judice Ernie Jumonville Matthew Kebodeaux Michael Keller Robin Ketchum Steven Kibodeaux Nicky Kilchrist Paul Kilchrist Frank Kincel Kenneth King Jil Kirk Traci Krauss Kandis Kuehn Paulen LaMarca Melissa Labbe Pam Labbe Manard Lagasse Chris Lagneaux Lori Lahaye Jay Lanclos Mark Lando Kim Landry Scotty Landry Kyle Landwehr Claire Lang Ryan Langlinais Andre Lantier Paula Laughlin Tricia Lavergne Kevin Laviolette Jill LeBlanc Jon LeBlanc Roderick LeBlanc Roligh LeBlanc Roxanne LeBlanc Ginger LeDoux Jeannette LeDoux Bevie Lee Lisa Le Michelle Lee Sheree Lege Jamie Leger Kathleen Lemelle Kevin Lemoine Denise Lepinay Janice Lewis Thelma Lewis Velma Lewis SOPHOMOHES 75 Julie Liebert Scott Llssard Carrie Loewen Steve Longman Yvette M. Lorentz Kenneth Lormand Amy Lowe Jeni Lueck Heidi Lurz Kreig Lutgring Michael Lutgring Glenn Malcombe Greg Mann Rusty Manuel Joe Marrow Keli Marsiglia Booker T. Martin Bradly Martin Lisa Martin MaryAnn Martin Noel Martin Laura Massey Chris Matthieu Stephen Matthleu 4.x- QQ. ophcmores Achieve Excellence With a 4.0 average, PAM SAFIGENT is certainly an asset to her sophomore class in many ways. An active member of the band, she says the marching band program is one of the things she likes best about AHS. The French Club and Beta Club are also organizations which have caught her interest. She sees a future in mathematics for herself while her hobbies include reading, bicycle riding, and swimm- ing. A real Michael Jackson fan, Pam says her favorite food is pizza. BEN WAGGENER is definitely a sophomore who is capable of achiev- ing excellence. An aspiring marine biologist who plans to attend Duke University or Texas A8tM, he has many talents and interests. His love of classical and big band music is displayed through his hobbies, playing the piano and French horn. Some of his other interests include reading and writing poetry and fiction. A member of the Quiz Bowl, Chess Club, and Spanish Club, Ben's grade point average is 3.7, and possibly rising. 76 SOPHOMORES J i s X H ag "'.- Nu R4- if 1 an 4f,, f- L Lee,-5 'V in is 5 1' , .4 .M if V T N- f 3 .f S A L if f- ,Ha 539 2 ig ..: efi M .54 L L T 1 " f an K K 3, 'L ri l I ' L 3,3 Q 5' g 5: fe SN s aa -,egg ik ' .5 ia? ' Q QQ' Y S 4' ' 5 , V, g Hg QQ X . 4 g r vw xg E A I 'X L x ' vi . .: L- .3- . ' - S' W l-4 ,paw Z MI 1 fe, is tm Qian t xxx x tv M x 5? v'f W gg, if K ,h 35,4 i 2-1 :M . , .Q Q, 0 g IL KY . 5 W Xu X 1 L fe? T QR g ifsf' . , .,-, ,+ I ' 'f'1 T il 7? ,f y p MT lfi Vx g 'W H K 31. V- 1 M 1 ,, F, V any 'L it ,. tfjgvglt 2 'fel ' 'V TV ' L- t X Sf' I f. CEL x E T VI A L ? :Ig X Q x X W., K I - Q xi i X 'Y M , .J- .7 4 ' wt ,,, LA qi Kia' if is it I 'iv L 9 5 V as 1 N lf gif? 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T w X ' fn , rl , if ' 3 f I - K L L L fggj as - L , KL,L 1 K iz I 'K 5- I :SLN , W a ew . f : WL A 1231 . - L ' L 11 ' ' L Siva. 3 , .. ,V , E? x,L , O xo ,fit 3 xr at i n , 4 X K L, . , -' 3' L' yi 1 X I . 'L 5, ef 3.1 . , f xx, f' ' Z' ' ' ' -L X Vx A X Tiff , 5 H X' i af ' . ' Deatrice McCauley Kenneth McClain Mike McDaniel Mike McGuire Gaylyn McGuirk Anissa McKee Tonya McKinney Cassandra McZeal Paula McZeal Brian Meaux Leo Meaux Aaron Melancon Wendy Melancon Darrin Menard Jude Menard Kathy Menard Michelle Menard Myra Menard g Shannon Menard Dennis Menou Monica Meza Angela Miller Christine Miller Todd Miller Sandra Montgomery K. J. Morgan Kevin Morgan John Morrell Bernard Morris Michael Morrison Joey Mouton Mike Muse Cammie Nabors Barry Naquin Mike Navarre Quincy Nelson Susan Newson Thanh Nguyen Thanh Nguyen Jackie Noel Shannon Noel Greg Noland Jacky Oast Michael 0'Brian Vicki Oubre Moira Pack Frank Palfrey Doug Palombo Paul Paris Paula Paris Britt Patin Mark Patin Joseph Pellerin Jeff Pelletier Haskell Perkins Susanna Petterson Chad Pipkin Randy Pittman Briget Plaisance Philip Pons Wendi Pope Larry Portalis Lisa Porter Cindy Potier Dean Potier Chad Prejean Advey Primeaux Kristi Primeaux Andy Prothro Bryan Quibodeaux Karla Quibodeaux Chris Ftacca SOPHOMORES 77 I J Stacy Racca Sarah Randall Priscilla Randall Dionna Rangel Sean Ratzlaff Katherine Restall Wendy Reynolds Richard Rhoads Chad Richard Chris Richard Doug Richard Ron Richard Carolyn Riedel Shanae Rizer Kevin Roach Don Roberts Darby Robin Mayra Rodrigueu Amy Rogers Brent Romero Jamie Romero Paul Romero Shannon Romero Kelli Rosser Trisha Rougeau Scottie Ftoy Shayne Royer Witton Sam Claudia Samples Pamela Sargent Donna Savoy Mary Savoy Mickey Schwartz Michelle Searles Dana Seaux Danny Sellers Mike Sellers Billy Senegal John Senegal Sunni Shafer Angela Silvas Byron Simon Michele Simon Kirtland Skipper Kim Skolte Jason Slay Angela Smith Chad Smith Chantell Smith Jennifer Smith Joel Smith Karen Smith Tricia Smith Lori Soileau David Speyrer Tina Spradley Bonita St. Julien Marlene St. Julien Mike St. Julien Tammie St. Cyr Kyle Steelman Lisa Steiner Donna Stelly Jay Stelly Pamela Stelly Bubba Stoute Sonny Stutes Staci Stover Jamie Suire Cherie Sutherland Julie Swenson David Sykes 78 SOPHOMORES .YE- ei gg 2.5 . 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' K 5' 'la W V fr ay' fy, ...,, A a L h gs. - -' i 5 , 3 N Q Sit SKS Bryan Theriot Crystal Thibodeaux Kim Thibodeaux Max Thibodeaux Stacey Thibodeaux Susan Thibodeaux Antoinette Thomas Tina Thomas Veronica Thomas Marcella Thompson Stacy Thornton Elizabeth Tolliver Melissa Touchet Seth Touchet Richard Trahan Troy Trahan Kristy Trotter Candy Tweedel Anthony Tyler Jeanne Usie Dawn Vallot Karen Venable Steven Venable Shannon Vercher Kelley Venduga Jennifer Verrucchi Michell Vidrine Sheila Vidrine James Viguerie Darrell Viltz Marion Vincent Rusty Vincent Nicholas Voisin Brian Vowell Ben Waggener Ashley Walding Stephanie Waldrup Jeff A. Walker Dawn Walsh Stacey Walters Amy Wang Matthew Washington Michelle Watkins Keith Watson Sally Webb Mark Weber Kim Wheeldon Beth White David White Keith Wicker Denise Williams Deanna Williamson Tami Willingnam Marc Wilson Steven Wirtz Elizabeth Witherwax Holly Woodall Craig Yarbrough Katy Yeager Chong Yi Benson Young Bryan Young Rebecca Zenon SOPHOMORES 79 fm I 14 r 1' 1 Vw- . 1 A ' . . , Xb ft- ,Lv I aw- -J BG FRESHMEN ,H 2 11 - 3 I 'Has-g SITTING, L TO R: Anne Zappi - Presidentg Kathryn Broussard - Secretary. KNEEL- ING, L TO R: Alice Kamel - Reporter: Debbie Granberry - Representative. STANDING, L TO R: Douglas Lormand - Treasurerg Nedra Davis - Vice-Presidentg and Mike Boudreaux - Representative. Fl: CEIQS K .ga 1 ,t A 'Q -' :i t - Y . xref K" Ai., 'Sv' 'p-A x ' A in ., ie... mln it QS 5 I fs 5 3 -if , l it L, is ,at Q -A ,A 2 . Q... 1 j 'iz A' EA sf - t, . L.,, f X AA . 'Y ,f 'X :L fi g e, ix . Aff if 4 4 A .. 79. A . . 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J 'Q f A J fix A ' x Christopher Abbott Sarah Abshire Jacki Addison Corey Albarado Ronnie Albarado Angela Alexander Pamela Alexander Wendy Alleman Jeffery Amy Chad Anderson Patrick Anderson Ashley Andrus Gerard Andrus Randy Andrus Marcus Antoine Phyllis Antoine Jackie Arceneaux JoAnn Arceneaux Daniel Archibald Brent Arnold Ellen Ashley Marlo Austin Joey Babin Debbie Babineaux Shannon Bacque Michelle Baham Jimmy Bailey Karine Baird Helen Balensiefen Patrick Bantis Jason Barras Dodi Barron Donald Barron Jeremy Beadle Kelli Begnaud Ervin Benjamin Rodney Benjamin Leigh Bennett Michelle Benoit Phillip Bergeaux Cindy Bergeron Charles Bernard Christopher Bernard Joyce Bertrand lan Biggs Laura Bishop Lee Blackwell Norman Blake Shawn Blanchard Annette Bob Allen Bonner Reagan Booth Chantel Bordelon Jad Bordelon Kelly Bordelon Dalton Boudreaux Jeremy Boudreaux Kendall Boudreaux Michael Boudreaux Veronica Boudreaux Daidra Boulet Joel Boultinghouse Daniel Bourque FRESHMEN 81 Wayland Bourque Bryan Bower Cherstie Bowie Stacey Brady Tanya Breanye Ebbie Breaux Jan Breaux Jeff Breaux Scott Breaux Stacey Breaux Brian Brenham Elizabeth Briggs Shawn Briggs Christopher Brignac Eddie Brooks Brian Broussard Charles Broussard Christine M. Broussard Christine Broussard Jeanette Broussard John Broussard Kasey Broussard Kathryn Broussard Kip Broussard Kristi Broussard Richard Broussard Scott Broussard Stephanie Broussard Tim Broussard Tommy Broussard Darrell Brown Jimmy Brown Kenneth Brown Levaior Brown Mary Brown Richard Brown Joseph Bruno Kathy Bruno Tracy Brunt Sharla Buckels Chris Buettner Scott Bumpus Dewayne Burkett Kyle Cahanin , Kelli Calandra Joey Caldwell Charles Campbell Monica Campbell 82 FRESHMEN .A . t ' I 'B , s J . K t, xl - wigs' V - . w k ig A iz qs' in Y L 5 J I 1 . 'Li' 5. it , J r J .. Jx X1 J' 41 ,A Jr 5 J A J J . 1 ahh' 1-J 4- 'W' ' J i S 7.,A Q - - ' .,ry, 'fffw X M ' ,QI DQ' J Q, ' 5 l V 45 J .gli A if if . A .fi .1 'tx4.:' F V my . r. V In Eff-Q g Q. "X Q ' I 4 1' ILS.:-" X-t .V K 4-vii 5 x . l J J A ge., J i , S35 I f Q J .. - J ww... J 4, J 4,13 t 3 . ' J ' JM A za - 37 I X if V ff' K " - 2. fi -I if . ' , QXQV5 -1 ' J 4 J ..,A ' ' fi' A W, ,kr- tx . H wer., A ' V A - Q H, Y YK. X 1- L., W ,W :I 1 . J if ii e ss wfXwff9 - ltr Q e 3iit f i - f lx J i A- E S J I I l Freshman , J J - 3QV iQ9T7 is A member of the -X 42 JJ K may Spanish Club, FBLA, J and secretary of the y A J freshman class, I., i E., KATHRYN Bnous- J -2-J g gif, fi if . SARD has become in- J ' 'M Y' flf 6 volved in the many ex- if ' W A A", X Q 'it tracurricular activities J Q 'f' ,' offered at AHS. A stu- 1 2 dent in three honor it f classes, she still finds time for reading, play- ing the piano, and J S sv. swimming. Kathryn J hopes to attend USL ' after graduating from AHS. Jn. XV Jw u A f' IE ' , ' J 319 J 4 fJ W f fl " - - ' N .- ff 2 . ef r , J. If f - t -Ju ' A A . A s A i ' .gf 1.2533 , , ,V ., CI ' 1 T 51 ' -f- 1 QL . - ilk.. ' Q 5 1' ,, ey ef A 'fr-i . .ez J 4 1' f ,, 1... .A.. 1 :fa V , W - - P ' ' Y 'at "F, sf ' , - ' :A V V' i N -Jv.t -asf ttf rfxfnt ' VE ' 'x' , . N, . ,. - 'ff .l xx . 'R 1' 1. -v me t f r Att. ...L p, N I .-if 5 -'F 4 t -.X ill! 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I Fur' K7 ascii? - txt i .tu X' 14 we A Rane Carter Gaynell Caruthers Christy Castete Christine Castille Lee Castille Randy Castille Patrick Catton Gwen Celestine John Chaisson Raymond Chaisson Mark Champagne Rene Champagne Janet Chaney Tony Chapron Cassandra Charles Jamie Chase Becky Chauvin Deetra Cimorelli Martin Clark Tammie Clark Doris Cloteaux Denise Cole Meredith Cole Matt Collier Alton Comeaux Calvin Comeaux Dava Cook Ken Cook Gina Cormier Sheila Cormier Charles Corne Mike Cox Chad Credeur Kirk Credeur Terry Crutcher Skipper Culotta David Cunningham Fangling Dai Joey Daigle David Darby Raymond Daspit Lana Davis Malcolm Davis Michelle Davis Nedra Davis Nicole Davis Rhonda Davis Ronald Davis Patrick Day John Dayries Yvette Dejacques Lisa Delahoussaye John Delaney Tammy Denais Glen Denehie Keith Deroche Jarrett Deville Nga Dinh Thao Dinh Shelton Dixon Todd Dogie Jamie Domingue Lee Domingue Karen Domingue Kevin Domingue Nicki Domingue FRESHMEN 83 Jeftrey Doss Quentin Doucet Sean Doucet David Driskell Danica Duffy Cynthia Dugas Danny Dugas Troy Dugas Amelia Duhon Penny Duhon Shane Duhon Steven Duhon Donovan Dungan Tyson Dunn Steven Duplechain Jesse Dupuis Jimmy Dural Laina Dutton Joseph Dworniczak Debbie Eddy Sandy Edgett Brian Edmondson Jennifer Edney Haywood Edwards Clint Elliot Stephen Evans Crystal Everett Jerry Fabacher Nathaniel Faulk Terri Faulk Jason Felix Amy Ferguson Jay Fincher Patrick Fitch Glen Fleming Billy Fontenot Elizabeth Fontenot Mia Fontenot Sidney Fontenot Marcus Foote Christine Foreman Greg Foreman Jim Foreman Missy Foret Chris Fox Carla Francis Melissa Francis Pam Francis Sarah Francis Yvette Francis Kris Frankenburg Sherri Franks Jason Fuselier William Fuselier Rusty Gaither Brian Gallagher Marcus Gallet Antoinette Garrick Janet Gary Spence Gary 84 FRESHMEN 'TQ . 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F if I ig ' ' l s ii in tiff' ' it 1 l f.- ' 1 f 5 'Q-pg TODD LANDRY, an or J x outgoing freshman at if ,pg E X5 Acadiana, enjoys sg 1- F t 1 . D g ' sports such as racket- gy P, of 1' - ball and baseball. we Q- sc g g I U g i" gm 'lf f tt , - Listening to music, 1' 5155 1: QW, Wi. an 3 t 4 , especially Sheena lgr' ,Qi ,Q 'L 1- 5' 'A ' ' Q ' 3 5 " 5 i Easton and New Edi- Shi V" A ff ' 2 i ' 5' 'Q' :Ei tion, are counted ' " if W! j among his many in- F n A L13 terests. Todd main- , if A J ,gs A - - ff-N tains a B average. His 1 4 if J Q. ,Jo , f if t lv 1 - - ,tyg g :Q V, -f we 1: at favorite subjects are . K .-gif x iii-ff',2,y U ,A ,r. Tzu' V i i Vx algebra and Science. , f - , "", t , ,- l u g f" X, ,K 'J . ,aj - . fy ' Wh f - C ja- 1 Z After graduation he L 4 N , .,g5,T. ff V Sr.: f ' i A t t , M my I , Q I J gl hopes to attend LSU . - I it . ' 4 ' 3 Q T341 to major in dentistry. I x 4- st n it x .K ,gvfy 1 , his 5,4 iw W fe, , :mf '11 - . ' . l . xX X tg wifi 4, 3 i 4 A go I ' V.: J L 'w J ii .57 .5 tk, lm Q 'iw l Wi m X cuff' A1 y an Q 4 Mr! "1 Gt- SW MQ, ... . X' ewan-ft - -G t txt f' K W K P K? xl' Q Keeping a high academic average is not difficult for jig' ' A ,A -A 7 V LAINA DUTTON because she enjoys all her classes. A Lf' :Q Q is soccer cheerleader and a member of the pep squad, , 1 ,Y 'gg Laina especially likes seeing the unity between the ad- . it 7 ' . . ministrators, faculty and student body. She would like to attend USL or LSU after graduation. K K " 1, 1' .4 :S . . - A-2' ' ii" 21. - - 1 "" M- If - 455 1 4 TS. sz- tw Ai? LL I t J ., K X 1 sig WWCT, K iq, i V41 SX . ,Hg A A M, Q, F K . fl: 1' " T' " 4 'Qi-J 1 4 K 5 I A ' Q. -of S ff' J . as T ., -ff. 'ef i", J lf! S - RL Q 'T,L5 tg' n I l , 1 - it , -f - S -f-a ft . i , tw J is . ft? Y . .'. V! i. 1 '-'J I ' f ' . t 93? J 5 , 1 , Q is ' J. f L.. fi, .C .sss is . as S f 4. J . at J 'ff Y' J ' I J Y " 'S "W :gk , W fr QQ Q . . E. is zz- N W f . 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K g 'X N Stacy Gaston Nikki Gates Brian Gaubert Richard Gaubert Julius Gaudet Kimmy Gautreaux Carol Gay Melissa Geisel James George Joseph George Tanya Gerald Alisha Gibson Dody Gillis Chris Glasgow Mary Glover Michael Gobert Robert Gobert Craig Goodbier Robert Gordy Chad Gothreaux Debbie Granberry Andrea Green Jonathan Griffin Tony Grossie Michele Guerra Carrie Guidry Fay Guidry Jamie Guidry Marty Guidry Michael Guidry Monica Guidry Kevin Guillory Travis Guillory Brett Guillot Marla Guillot Roslyn Gumbs Jeltrey Hadley Stephanie Hall Carla Halsell Jack Hardy Tony Harless Angela Harmon Harold Harris Keleen Harris Amy Harrison Shannon Harrison Matt Hayden Brenda Heath Lori Heath Dawn Hebert Debra Hebert FRESHMEN 85 Jon Hebert Rose Hebert Scotty Hebert Shawn Hebert Tracy Hendrick Chris Henry Tammy Hernandez Connie Himel Joe Himel Christine Hoffpauir Latisha Hoffpauir Chris Hollinger Starla Holloway Michelle Howe Tammy Howe Nancy Hughes Beau Hunter Carla Huval Veda Huval Don lcard Nahtasha Jacobs Jason Jagneaux Troy Janice Keith Jefferson Mark Johns Patrice Johnson Paul Johnson Ross Johnson Sonya Johnson William Johnson Angie Jones Deanna Jones John Jones Ronnell Jones Shani Jones Lita Joseph Rochelle Judice Alia Kamel Brent Kay Ron Kelley John Kennedy Verna Kidder Kendra Kilchrist Richie Kilchrist Dorsey Knott Jeff Kreamer Jennifer Krupp Joey LaBiche Andre Laborde Jolie Lafleur Robert Lake Karen LaLande Carrie Landry Mitchell Landry Shellene Landry Todd Landry George Lang Timothy Lantier Myra Lasseigne Andrea Lavergne 86 FRESHMEN Freshman P g .. 1 , o .-, . A spirit rouser, ' ' . i f "EZ ii' ' JOLIE LAFLEUR was fl X ki ' gif? 52 if a pep squad member ' 'R' " and a soccer 9, cheerleader. Despite rg Y - g A the energy and spirit 'V ' ix' -- 5 Q in 55" - 5, she exhibited, she -fm elif 4- G -. still enjoyed the quiet A W , g I' J .- life at home where A 2, xg' I X she pursued hobbies ' ' R of reading, cross- D stitching and playing 3 the piano. Jolie en- fi , joysthe many oppor- 'M J- M .5 tunities AHS offers ' ' ff. Q fs for involvement and "T ' t 1 - ,gf meeting people. A' ' o A' g :L g,,, k: K I L V ' . Zvi .k.. -Lk- , tl? K is K L.. tum. A . A X .M K W. t en 1 K' 'S' tn 9-gf: 'M-,1 S? ,. , 'lr' C ' C 1 if, , u K Q C 'V I . 'gp' f X X X. X? 55523 :J A H 2 't , FR ii' . 5 A M 14 f A "sf . f' W ' ' .1-7 Q- .,- J C.. L ' .. A 'wifd A 'f1f"f "cf ' N ,, , ' 754625 A ,E 5 a kj K 74, X . il X . ,i ,QQ KX 5.5 Q -.1 X ' 1 A. tl fr . ... K ,,, .x tif' QQ ,. 1 1 M ,Q J .Y ,ugh A U ' , ,w " 'N GL, . W Q 4 -fr i ff it . M. N ' A .. 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X X , 3, ,N V tj .f L, N !,,. gr. ,L l ly Kathy Lavergne Amy LeBlanc Kelly LeBlanc Mariette LeBlanc Murphy LeBlanc Nancy LeBlanc Paige LeBlanc Scott LeBlanc Wayne LeBlanc Shannon Lecompte Shaun Lee Erika Leger Heather Lehmann Denise Leon Jon LeRosen Arlene Ligh Dawn Lilly Chris Lipari Candi Loewen Scott Long Natalie Longman Jason Lopez Jason N. Lopez Jeannie Lormand Libby Lormand Marc Lormand Christine Louviere Edmond Louviere Jamie Luquette Joni Madere Tami Mahiouz Matthew Manuel Patricia Manuel Chad Marks Chancey Martin Craig Martin Allen Martin Deborah Martin Marie Martin Mary Martin Sarah Martin Cherie Massey Gabe Matese Scott Mathemeler Michelle Matte Toby Matthieu Patricia Maxey Kimberly McCafferty Glenn McCall Chris McGuire Demarka McZeal FRESHMEN 87 Kimberly McZeal Shane McZeal Johnny Meaux Thomas Meaux Ann Meche Denise Melancon Sherry Melancon Jason Mello Stacy Menard Stan Mendenhall Fleur Mercier Ramey Migl Chad Miller Todd Miller Desmond Miller Paul Miller Mark Miller Craig Mire Denise Mire Gerald Mire Ryan Mire Scotty Mire Michael Mitchell Tammy Molbert Elizabeth Montgomery Alexys Moore Jill Moore Kenneth Moreau Damon Morgan Gilbert Morgan Margaret Morris Cheryl Morrison Sandra Morrison Travis Morvant Kenneth Mouton Laura Mouton Michael J. Mouton Michael Fl. Mouton Laurie Mullen Kay Mullican Martha Murphy Annette Myers Jennifer Myers Lean Nash Tam Nguyen Trent Noel Jennifer Noland Craig Norman 88 FRESHMEN 5 .- , N ,. .sa Q F Eiiaff? - J J 4 7' .Sv eww ' A . a itfin. , if 3 Q .W " .s w if -it - an '0 S., .f-. f , f X I za W ,,.1 ,W .X . 4. A A E Av Vg !Nl ' af - Jw., 11 v was i 'W , rr X 3,1 A , ,ix A K5 t -. b dit? ' SX. S Q- - 'T is LX fm 'N T. F A ' f 'L ' ." -5 V, I , " , l ' X . 4 l T Ji 7,6 L ' 11' In W K kr. .kkk ,C- vw, . 322852 , 4 4- y .nfs X1 1. gNQ1,.g3 if 7'-I f .ff ,: S t gs 1 ,f fa Xxx fr 'L -41 lv tel' 'Q' if ffrff., . .cr M- rg i . ,, ,4 "' ff e " All VM f ag uh Mi' . ul- J at QT "' T ee.st f so s ,af U K, kk 1 , W W J t ' . ,. -, xlvv g f if a t W? . rg? N atss S C l ' , iff, SA A , 'A A an I ,L V E- wh is-7 Ig s ' mfg Freshman ig W at T 'C ' it .::"f?1"ft- J Q' ii? snnuigm ll + tj .r t. .. X X N ...., , T ' ' l 'k" "Q ,T An outgoing freshman, g y T T at ' C MATT COLLIEFI is in- ,f A, ,,,, terested in many sports K? ix H st , A including baseball, foot- tva 1 X Zf"i---X! 'RW J T " M ball and basketball. He XX' ,ffilh T if 3 1 . i also includes music " A X J among his many hobbies. R C ,, ,f gvl 41,5 f 1 Matt scheduled three gi - T ' 1 K honor classes and still T: 3 f J managed to maintain a 4.0 ,J , U . V Y ' 1 average. In the future he w Q7 QQ hopes to attend college in g f C F T V "" Alabama or at Tulane. V J T ' li l gl .,. ' E weft- -i4 ' f 53 L 1 ,, A ' . f .li 52 L,L, f- or .F L . A Y ' xg ,t h -,Syl rs-Qi , .J T K 57 :gk ., age JF, 4 V, VX .P L ' "ty A ' ' ' f W g re -- K- ,g ,--. L " ' K J A A , x iw 'Q igffxf R A " ' M ,Li , ,B A 1 11 K ' 4' it L eave. 52:3 ' IQ X X s l t sg, ix Q 1-L at Z A L y.. 35 ji . L 'fr iQ L, l L-, , ,ww 5, E L If r Hsira, L lf ' L af'1t2?li?f1ts1 it r if ' a 7 lt i V ' 1 N , 54 5 M e l ' A J 'f"'N ' ,A x 1 l gf! 4 f l f. l l 4 fx 1' Sta, at M l f 6 if - , " 'J L , ' . , J L QQ ff.. "Si L. , , '- H, , -eg Eb b-'L- .- ' W -v' ,gf fififgt ,l.. is f ' 1 f L' X , wr ft . g ' gg" W i t is , gli ty L , t J r N g , it X X7 K it ,,:, Q, ,V , -Q K , 'K L-It ,L ,X Vg yt M X, A .l Miata l f , , A L .t to A 8 Q B eef 1 M W In - i. T de " ' ,,, 1. 7, .T A W I ' , W ,ef iff, J " 1 l " " lg, 5:5 5 gf 'S S . ' ,ff if L. W f 5 ' f 541 , :f 152 1, V A 12" Wi A , My f 2 V' R A U W - 1 t . Mez. ' ' 5 ' nxt l' ' ' " . - - Q S rf fzxgw' f Q "H K S 'zpwtm X. - it S 72? C . ' ' :ggi 4 ' ka, ' K ' I 5- " xi. . 1' Fr--B lm! A - - 5. L l if , gg f- - - fs-, we A .WEL ' ' t K ,A - ' .. 3 'W " ' , K Q ' xfgx V lyqrxil X S. K ' ,f .A l ,ax ,Qt f It f ' etts f wk 1' 'Q .xxx fr' xxqzfg " , 3 -fu' ' I ' 4 5? 5 ' 5' fs , ' g 'S-.2i'f. J ' l .lil ' L R it . nm f .v iq . g X E 55,5 ' 4 f : A?5" g5 .l m y r N lbfilfqsl? L 1' - X y J if l 3, L Y 1 -. L: , Q- if : - :ii if "L F! 'ig A 'K . . , Ji ig? J-' . A f ' .lf 5 ' ". , 'f I 'L 4- QQ S f ' t 1' it B L res man po ig .L -3' K' 2 ' Q- 'J " . L .- p sf DEBORAH GRANBEFlFlY'S main concern at y AHS was being involved in the trend-setting - organizations of the student body. She served L 5 J ,Ps i ,Ng -M 4- on the Student Advisory Committee and was CTL J, S- t 53.1 -W elected a freshman officer. Deborah was also u J 'V A it x enrolled in four honor classes. In particular, she M' likes the relaxed atmosphere at AHS. Laurie O'Bryan John O'Connell Dirk Odom Lisa Oliver Melanie Oliver Robertson Oliver Kim Olivier Arthur Ollison Jean Orgeron Amy Oser Don Oser Robert Ours Rodney Owers Eric Parr Wendy Parrish Lucretia Patterson Katherine Pecot Randall Pellerin Donald Pereida Sandra Perkins Dolly Perrodin Shirees Perry Chad Peterson Amy Pithan Cassandra Plough Alison Poindexter Charlotte Portalis Clyde Potier Stephen Powell Richard Prejean Scotty Prejean Steven Prine Betty Racca Ann Randall Paige Randall Sallie Reed Shelley Reed Ricky Reh William Reid Bret Resweber Laurie Reynolds Jason Rhymes Blaine Richard Lauri Richard Maura Richard Melissa Richard Tracy Richard Darren Richings Kevin Ritter Karen Roberts Kelli Roberts Abby Robichaux Nechelle Robicheaux Eric Roeling Angela M. Romero Angelia Romero FRESHMEN 89 Ashley Romero Glynn Romero Lexi Romero Rachael Romero Ernie Rosenou Heather Roths Padgette Rourk Danette Roy Shane Roy James Ryan Gabriel Salas Shannon Sampay Melissa Savoy Jeff Scego Joey Schexnaider Paul Schneider Chantel Schouest Jeffrey Scott Nathan Scott Ron Scott Pam Seaux Shane Seaux Daniel Seidel Derek Senegal Melinda Sheetz Susan Sheumaker Shannon Shoults Clint Shows Jonathan Sinegal Kimberly Smith Shane Smith Leisa Snell Shannon Snell Tara Soileau Cedric Sonnier Pauline Sonnier Lee Spears Bart Spell Nicole Spell Stacey Sprouse Shanie St. Germain David Strk Brenda Stelly Mike Stephenson Joseph Sterling Angela Steward Kim Stewart Robyn Stringfellow Tony Stubblefield John Stutes Lisa Stutes Paul Stutes Beth Summers Susan Sykes Sherry Tassin Elizabeth Taylor Kenneth Taylor Lisette Taylor Darrell Tezeno Roland Tezeno Lance Theriot Marie Thibeaux James Thibodeaux Karen Thibodeaux Richard Thibodeaux David Thille Carla Thomas Michael Thomas Brenda Thompson Brett Toche Eugene Todaro 90 FRESHMEN NT K t i ' , , W ,g f I 5 . 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Jamie Toups Dawn Trahan Kim Trahan Kristine Trahan Larry Trahan Leonard Trahan Rodney Trahan Shane Trahan Wade Trahan Toni Travis Khanh Trieu Tung Trieu Craig Trombly Derek Trosclair Virgil Trotter Tammy Turner Denise Vavasseur Vickie Veilleux Barry Venable Montine Venable Jennifer Ventress Jason Vesper Karen Victor Shane Vincent Sharon Vincent Phi Vo Michelle Wade Clint Walker Donald Walker Laura Walker Jo Watkins Bill Weatherford Todd Webb Fred Weber Cheryl Welborn Jennifer Whalen Rachel Wheeler William White Jason Whitmire Cabriena Williams Wesley Williams David Williamson Kim Williamson Regina Wimberly Vivian Worthy Brett Wright Norman Wright Cassie Young Christina Young Anne Zappi Constella Zeno David Zeno Shannon Zeno Stacey Zeno FRESHMEN 91 far! wr '35 ' C COMPE Tl TORS COMPE Tl TORS Acadiana vs. L. B. Landry The Wreckin' Rams started off the new season in high spirits, and with good reason. Their 40-24 victory over the Buccaneers of New,OrIeans was a great success for everyone, and especially for Troy Jones. Troy ran for 205 yards in 13 at- tempts and was written down in the records as being the only Ram to have scored five touchdowns in one game. Acadiana's offensive line did a great job at clearing out L. B. Landry's defense. Special recognition went to Ted Doucet, Mike Sifton, Dean Theriot, and Mark Ventress for their superior blocking tactics. Great job, Rams! ' X, J!! H' 'TN NW' Si "fSf'.J1?E'fGi 'H g ff W.. g , .4 . 572 i M.. ...gm rf Jwvffgg , b ,Ri X I V Haag? ' ,, V. ,- inf-fwfr?-ff? .,..,.y, y r 4, V f V, gf? Jw? Vg V My . ,wkqaxa Af' gil' V V jvrg - 'V V ' fl' v" X, "Z, 4" .QA .-rf' Az' I 'I , V ,, KH f" Q. .-gfsff ef H 'ivy 2 .1 .5. 4 r TF' 'C 5 .- -N+.?:"'Y.e 4 1 rn . vw rf 9 at 4' M 1. llcadiana vs. Eunice Bobcats The Acadiana High football team pulled out another victory over the 1982 State Champs, the Bobcats. The 13-6 victory wasn't easy though. They had to overcome Eunice's Craig Victoria who ran the 100-yard dash in 9.6 seconds and who was also considered the "Troy Jones of Eunice High." . Troy Jones scored both touchdowns in this game but couldn't have done it without the help of Lee Gothe, Tim Handy, Bubba Savell, and Todd Travis. Outstanding tackles contributed greatly to the AHS victory. Some of the leaders of the "tackle pack" were Lee Arceneaux, who made a total of six tacktes, Bubba Savell, who made three solo tackles and gotin on six others, Doug Granger, who made a total of ten tackles, and Troy Thlbodeaux, whole' the pack with twelve tackles, six of them by himself. Great job, Ramsl T EEEEIZI r---u ,......-, f""I rooTBALL 95 J.H.Sa lQJ'N'f TH l"J'C3H.A.BL E3 pq. 101' :uf 1, ',fr'f'Vf3:.e . , ... -Q35 . V I fr j 1,4 mg?-A' ,. 1. , . A - 'fav' .:aea.isi3E"' .- :N ' "T V. aft -aeamtm 96 FOOTBALL - ltams Tame Tigers Acadiana Pounds Sulphur The Rams kept on pounding out the victories. After beating the "Golden Tornadoes" 34-32, the Rams moved to a 3-0 season record, an omen foreshadowing the rest of the season. The victory over the now "Tarnished" team was a great achievement on the part of the AHS players. As Coach Dotson remarked, "lt was a team victory." Acadiana's touchdowns were made by Tim Handy, Bubba Savell lwho each made two touchdownsj, and Dean Therlot with one touchdown. ln spite of the team being plagued by injuries, the Rams had another terrific game. Prominent defensive player was Troy Thibodeaux, who had nine solo tackles ithirteen all togetherj and one interception. The well-coordinated offensive and defensive Ram team worked smoothly together to overcome the Tigers by a score of 13 to 7. The Rams once again came through with a major victory over the "Timid" Tigers. AHS really showed their colors when wide receiver Dean Theriot caught a pass from Brian Poindexter to run 90 yards downfield for a Ram touchdown. The 90 yard pass completion placed Dean into the AHS record books for the longest touchdown reception in Ram history. Troy Jones, still recovering from an ankle injury, made the AHS's final, decisive touchdown. Special recognition went to Malcolm Taylor for his fine tackling maneuvers. Good job, Rams! '. X,x4l,'f,w4. Q Kvbh Wf.f3gX',5,I:?WA',',AI?'h' .- K f.: 5 'xgiigiw J' fx V w'L,. 'Wir- fw., M, FOOTBALL 97 - I- ,Nu H 'J 1.1.1.-1. :I I Qifz p'51? vm "'53W w , b L , - L Q. , H gp , diff: E' ' k ' k k - - MA J Q IVF : T ,. w4w'5+r,4 g it ,'.1QKg4ffg552ggJx A 1 ' ., " ' V f' 3592. H x A V1 'Q-:.., Y 7 ' wi5Qfww?.,.35Q'V 2 - S fkgpggygg 'wgf'M. H,fiygQ?S3i?k .wx ' Q,-.xg ,I U jj' A . .v ' K' ', , .: '- ff,',,IQ Wfvffgggfixfl - 4 'S -fi? 1 ":'53i X i if 523 'Y ' K .-,QQ 5 ,ig 15 . 5, yi , L. Yi--if A . -fm .. 1" H ' ' u?x:Q,!-Q28'r5frF"' ' .1-.MA .4 .. ' ff xi f, x-gy - JtQg3u.a' 1 fl r -' N' X i" . 5 Q A '1 1 fry: fl v 98 FOOTBALL lryg gif- K- us' Qwskfigiir X JV'El:i .' 51 I 'HUP AHS Flattens Forlier The sixth-ranked AHS football team f'rammed" it to the Tarpons in a wild, double-overtime game, beating Fortier 42-40. The game wasn't decided until the very last play, when Acadiana High's Ram defense stopped a Tarpon two-point conversion. Guess who made five touchdowns tor the night with two being in the double-overtime for the second time in 1984? Of course, it was Troy Jones who also averaged seven yards per carry. His awesome running back capability truly enabled him to be recorded as one of AHS's Most Valuable Players in the school's history. Special gratification also went to Brian Poindexter, Andrew Barron, and Bubba Savell who made the beginning touchdown. Great job, Ftamsl Rams Squish NISH The next best game to AHS vs. LHS istAcadlana taking on the New Iberia Yellow Jackets, especially when Acadiana beats them 26-21. The exciting comeback victory over NlSH set Ram spirits high with Troy Jones once again being the star of the game. Troy began the game with a 101 yard starting kick'-off return to set the standard for the remaining game time. He also scored all four touchdowns, adding them to his mountingseasonal touchdown record. , , The Ram's detensive team had another great game, successfully stopping New lberia's offensive plays. Wlth Lee Arceneaux's 3 tackles and 7 assists, and Troy Thlbodeaux's unbelievable 4 tackles, 5 assists, and 2 fumble recoveries, there was no stopping the Rams' onslaughter- ing pace, Good iob, Rams! ' V FOOTBALL 99 100 FOOTBALL WHL' JSE 4 "K 'YZF'-1,2 . . 1 ,Q 2-wt.: .,: .4 . VV K wi?" '..4 A ' VM Q-,nerr ,K,,m, ,. 3,5 U, .4 .pf HP. ,H uv., A5-'WW -ssh -RV .' J 1 vb - - 'fl Y ' -I I-aj ,A EN " . A : ' A VV gn 6' lu: O . tg.-f-'M' ff 'Y JLMAZING 33.5-B.QLU..'1r:J . 1' f A ' i 1' E'.'I nnri :XlE2 1 1 1 fi 'r :.-,-zeasv 4 1 T ' T FRONT ROW, L TO R: Marc LeBlanc, Robert Dixon, Mike Clooney, Greg Guidry, Troy Jones, Doug Granger, Dean Theriot, Todd Travis, Andrew Barron, Ted Doucet, Kim Broussard, Bert King, Scooter Rushing, and Steven Manuel. SECOND ROW, L TO R: Corey Francis, Donald Paris, Marty Trahan, Rusty Herring, Lee Gothe, Tim Handy, Malcolm Taylor, Mike Sifton, Brian Poindexter, Chris Cade, Troy Thibodeaux, Thomas Bellman, and Todd Smith. THIRD ROW, L TO R: Sonny Stutes, Lee Arceneaux, Mark Ventress, Brett Schroedter, Martin Polrrier, Mike Guidry, Chuck Fontenot, O'NeaI Weber, Mike Briggs, Chris Sogga, Eric Norris, and Bert LeJeune. FOURTH ROW, L TO R: Tyrone Harris, Joe Marrow, Brian Arnold, Chad Smith, Barry Arnold, Doug Dotson, Scott Broussard, Chal Daniels, Rusty Manuel, Randy Pitman, and Mike Alleman. FIFTH ROW, L TO R: Bubba Savell, Doug Palombo, Brent Smlth, Ricky Apple, Rene Breaux, -.-1 Troy Dupuis, Mark Weber, Nathan Faulk, Red Francis, Ron Duhon, Brian Guidry, Lane Disher, Steven Kibodeaux. ' QQGQF: rt Fife: ,. '- ii M511 W' . I : V2 I I , A, ' , F ' M E h ' W- . J! f X 5 if M fs" ,, "M ' 1 Y "'f gp s , ,R M-lf' ' , get , -- FOOTBALL 101 T .IMIJ-9-k.ZfiIi1'FJ'Cf3lf 11011 J 5551-19.5 JB .. -,1t, nu- ws. 5 ,V -.X-fit.: wr , 4, - 1 , S , . 'i'li::.'..,g,g 5 , .jgf fn ,A ,E U 5, '11 Acadiana Brushes Carencrn When the Bears ran the opening kickoff back 80 yards for a touchdown, Aca- diana High fans were in a state of shock. They were praying that the whole game wouldn't be like this, but it was anyway, at least it was for the Bears. Carencro had started a pendulum that wouldn't swing their way again and the Rams made a come-from-behind victory, 48-27. Troy Jones and Brian Polndexter played the game as a "dynamic duo." While Troy carried the ball 21 times, covering 218 yards, Brian worked his way into the AHS record book for four incredible touchdown passes. Troy carried the ball 136 times for a total of 1,021 yards and 20 touchdowns, making his mark as one of the state's leading football players. The Acadiana Rams established a perfect season record of 7-O including three district games, as they slowly made their way toward the state play-offs. Great job, Fiams! " 102 FOOTBALL Rams Kill Comeaux The Acadiana Homecoming game was successful as usual with a 28-12 domination victory over the Comeaux Spartans. t Troy Jones once again entered the record books with his forty-third career touchdown. Also, Lee Gothe had an outstanding game, offensively and defensively. He made a crucial touchdown and cap- tured two magnificent interceptions. Great job, Rams! ENN 1 I if i gA ,J ' . ,, - 1':7'iE'iTif1E4i-5 C iff?-T3 5 'T fi ' ' V A -:1TTEe-"gi 5-5, x..- I , GN -1-Tir' "' f' -' " 'I 1 E327 . -1. .pv,' e I H gags? H fn A. f Z. X---N LX? ,312 -2, .27 gk f Q "A, W7 Ei 25' I , ' K x ' - ? : W 'ii ff' " ' ., N ' f X ,fs Fig: n W Qvflxflfy ,QS I t..l via , l I Y.: p wi- If " W I Q W .1 X f 5 - - Q . 'W W M .677 " 'I' A U Xi KVNWSW 1, MLK-34 1 :55 - J 5 uf!" - .1 gt WWYWWX gy , W WMM Nyuxy FOOTBALL 104 FOOTBALL SEBNFIQR '35 -J A 5. il X K rv x " 4' ' ' . .-., A 'Q ' me T 5, 3 Q2 v -'S QgQi'N 1 win ' Qfwnm SQ7+f ' ,ff . ,,awaW y4QsQ, Tix' 1 V Vg ' K I i xr-i ' '., 1 Q 2' LM ff HSL us 'iebbaew ' ..,AV , K - ' V' M ' f sf ' f we , wr T . . ' L 3 T i Andrew Barron Chris Black Kim Broussard Mike Clooney Robert Dixon W ,. i fiq g fm- Q, R21 T '1 ilswsf iQ? -sfai? ,. -T4fLg Tinting M Q V A A',, A' ' b 1 mm' 351 f .,-Malin N 5 X7 if leaves , n QQ fV.Y41 ' LLL' ,mg , K ' T V . 1, ., em 'TA gtk ' V r ,n a l A V Fl in T 4 Z - ,WI 5 ' f' P if R . 734 Q , . 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' is ,, A M f -5 L ir lm"-,?ifir.,i. - . s 5 Brian Poindexter Scooter Rushing Mike Sifton Malcolm Taylor Dean Theriot JLNF C533 J TNG? .EHS as if of f T Q ifg-. s 4. .. 1 . if - KN 4 - W Q i ' ,, Q . kr q fi f 1 D T A v - wa. - - A T X AL,, A FF! sz rf' 1" it. gg 4,51 3 v -5. of D -, W Sf b Don Alonzo Ted Davidson Bill Dofson Freshman Coach Offensive Line Assistant Head Coach A in A Q f ,3 'Q .ff ' A W Q, Q u is N was gf P T Willard Hanks Scott McCullough James Simmons Defensive Line Offensive Line and Defensive Backs Defensive Backs fu ,x V' . .' r H" , "r""'fr X my A-fl his ., si ,, 4 I' k i: .Ak W . A , I H T 2,5 il , ix 1 I V . : xx-4 if ' 'K .V . Kurt Boudreaux Donald Paris Marty Trahan Todd Travis Manager Manager FOOTBALL 105 s Nr: Rl T l ',j 4.0 1 K WHY . faq Q 3 4 106 FOOTBALL V! Int 'wwf Rams Fry Franklin What's new about beating the Hornets 21-0? The AHS football team with a 9- 0 season took another victory in stride and looked ahead to the Lafayette High game. The game against Franklin was mostly a defensive game. Troy Thibodeaux caught an interception and ran it downfield to make a 62 yard touchdown return. Many superb tackles were made including Lee Arceneaux's seven tackles fthree of them soloy and Greg Guidry's six stops. Lee Gothe made tive tackles and also caught his filth interception of the season. A beautifully part- nered safety play was made by Doug Granger and Brett Schroeder. G' 1 4 TQ Si' H I 'H' ? 'TEH IEIIIZQ' 'FIS ,,-vim ' x fa 1' ,Q ' 0 I' , M ,, , A W V Q-Glu.. ,F fa. A I 5 ai 1' , . 3 . ' tOs'7WQf'- h I k ky ,. ,Q tg. B if X Q ggi ' . . 5 l Q' it -Q9 52,1 W ' 'l'.3t. Q -., ! f ,, gi v K X . 4 l x if Yr 2 - x LQ -ft? 5 y Za.. L.. .aa 1 Varsity Scoreboard Team Us Them L. B. Landry I 40 24 Eunice 13 6 Sulphur g 34 32 Opelousas 13 7 Fortier 42 40 New lberia 26 21 Carencro 48 A 27 Comeaux A 28 12 Franklin 21 0 Lafayette High 54 o PLAYOFFS E. Ascension 35 17 New Iberia 22 55 HZIIIS Uilllllllille l.i0llS The Wreckin' Rams blew the "Mighty" Lions out of the tub, beating them 54-0 iwith the point total tying the highest ever in AHS historyl. The truly remarkable "Wreckln' " Rams dominated the whole game and finished with a perfect season, a first in AHS history. With the 10-0 season, the Ftams singly took the 5-AAAA District Championship. As usual, it was another great night for Troy Jones, especially when he broke the'3,000 yard mark. ln the game, he carried the ball 24 times for 228 yards and for tive touchdowns. tn just nine games he has rushed 210 times for a total of 1,495 yards and 27 rushing touchdowns. Troy is a truly arkabi and t t d'n athl t . rem e ou s an r g e e Other stars were also out on Friday night such as Lee Gothe, who made three interceptions and established a seasonal record with eight intercep- tions: Bubba Savell, who made nine solo tackles: and Todd Travis, who end- ed up with six tackles, kicked six extra points, and recovered e fumble. The Rams ended the perfect season with a magnificent victory which boosted spirits, preparing the team for the state playoffs, FJ' 1 .HSE EMR AN' FQQILJEBALL its U 1, A W as A ., W ei K' 'Al 'Y '. ' t Q" Tm N 'd X 4 we A 3" ' Pi at 8 , I f , ,, ' H A 1 ., 5 , . X L Q Q Q 1 Y' t l N? l t a - 'rv ' , f f ,A 1 1-Q t ,-wi ,A t , .J av te , Q l f I 4.3 2 ' 4 f I 4 ' s r Q-5 ,, , t 3 X at , L ttf: I EQ V- v K ' iw it ' Y J. :gaze ,yg5,'33f.,1U5,.vg35'v gf- -, It if A 4 , . , I t K f P' f www - , L-we"-1 ,. V at " 4' , - . 1 if 5355 5 ,. 1 if i' .X-.""' 'VJ' ,va - -I . 7 w 'X B " 1 N 1 t-' -, ,WS xiii ' as if fast- A A tefviftiixiittiiw in ft' . - "JN 25. Q2 I . :fa'i',t1 Q - 1- f A161 3 ' B Aft" ', 'AH - will - ,ag ' '-' - " ft fffafftyuair,-f4"2.ff3iA' .v fam ' ,za Q. Sth? - - . A lQ3'3'3aig?i4',Qj"5l V ' ' , ' W W K' FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: STANDING, L TO Fl: Mitch Landry, Michael Cox, Todd Landry, Wayne LeBlanc, John LeFtosen, Richie Kilchrist, Chad Anderson, Mike Mouton, Shad Griffin, Patrick Anderson, and William Johnson. KNEELING, L TO Fl: Michael Mitchell - Manager, Chad Marks, Brett Flesweber, John Dayries, Jad Bordelon, Brett Wright, Jeremy Beadle, Brian Broussard, Craig Martin and Eric Par. NOT PICTURED: Hayward Edwards, Keith Jefferson, James George, Dalton Boudreaux, Damon Morgan, Brian Alexander, Danny Dugas, Gerard Andrus, Joey Schexnaider, Jack Hardy, and Brett Toche. Freshman Football: A Challenge The Freshman football team had a very challenging 3-3 season with many well maneuvered plays and players. Special recognition went to Jimmy George with 7 touchdowns, Haywood Edwards with 6 touchdowns, Chad Anderson, and John LaRosen. This new, fresh team is eager- ly looking forward to playing Junior Varsity football next year. The team is under the direction of Coach Alonzo. n---tr 108 FOOTBALL 11, 1,1 Freshman Scoreboard Team Rayne Carencro Comeaux St. Martinville Delcambre JV Comeaux Them 7 13 10 32 21 7 -Q., '35 fm.. ,rr 1 5- , reed, r 4 .s W 'S-N1 -A Af CU -am, ' L+ 1 Q A Q 4 .1x. I, FOOTBALL 109 WW Qfefffc ug 3.2 Q V I A 19 3 4 X my 0 V " 553 vw L 16 N hx gnu, 4 4+ 4 A 4 'S' X W gg-. 5.9, ,V 5 Vg: ai , Viva ' ri . 7,415 L e. ' 5 il ' . K , , U' ' nf. +A. 9 K . I if in 'Wi X F is "' Bit p if t ' x x 1 A L 5 CROSS YC-9 09 S w Q s .0 -0 lax e K of 'I Af 5- , 'Q - -' 'Q .0 - C 'Q 'Q ' It Q 09.303 . Coach BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: STANDING, L TO R: Phil Achee, Kenneth King, Mike Sellers, Bub Mrs Chris Lauolais ba Lagasse, Chad Dubose, and Brad Martin. KNEELING, L TO R: Clint Elliot, David Stark, Glen Mc ' Call, Paul Stutes, and Chris Touchet. 110 CROSS COUNTRY 'QM '43 A COUNTRY O1 O' . ' o X 5 . K! .h Q o A . .- 0 -"nf" 41.11. 0 AAAAMJA75 666 6 Q ' lm" . ".-7' o It 'Q ojgazsfg .,', Q l l . .U , 0 X is 'Ft I J S til .X 57. f "+ 3 S Y f 9 Q f GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: BACK ROW, L TO R: Debbie Giddings, Angele Catrou, Carrie Camp- bell, Cammie Nabors, Christy Grote. FRONT ROW, L TO R: Tonya McKinney, Cindy Ardoin, MariBeth Daigle, and Stacey Walters. Cross Country Team Cnmpetes Fast becoming a popular sport, running is not only an excellent form of exercise, but also a means of competition for the cross country team at AHS. Members par- ticipate in Saturday meets during the fall semester until Thanksgiving. Races rang- ing from two to three miles are used to measure the skills of the runners. The district meet held in New Iberia was attended by several of the Cross Country team members. Stacey Walters captured sixth and Bubba Lagasse placed eleventh. Because Stacey placed in the top ten at district, she was given the opportunity to compete at the state meet in Baton Rouge. Outstanding members showing great promise include Bubba Lagasse, Chris Abbott, Brad Martin, Stacey Walters, Chris Touchet, Paul Stutes, Maribeth Daigle and Angele Catrou. CROSS COUNTRY Kelly Kreamer Sheri Toups Kathy Welp v-"""'N 112 VOLLEYBALL 31 3 2 i 1 Xikufv . 9 fe I A Tammy Bourque Stephanie Senegal l If 7 ' V U K l il ' i if ' 1 l Diane Spencer Mattie Williams Coach Assistant Coach I l 1 i F- 15 .X -,V .., ' .mit ' va. 2-fa -ME? ' W', in 22,7 ,K ,V , y, K , ,mg,,,g , -T, .V 15, 4 -, 5 i "' ,fi'3Ef-lic. Q .- if , 7' - -- A 'AQ ' ,M , .W U f me ta25'.1w fy ,N az:-.ar-v.,f - ,. ,. 1 -W ,V V 55Ql .Y-'snake an ,-,,..,rM.fe, , ,Q .ph , 11 if g . 5 , xy L 5. 5 ' ,g3.gQ,s' 53 46 Z, ff' , , ,. 5522, 225311, ? f 'S Wifi? '51 ,,W:'Q',Z,ig,", Af-if: ,s -Qfffw , 'isxiq'-13 5, , 1, 5 it 2 S 'll' 3 ' A ' A -' Q' -fi? E ' 'Q i' ,. . 1 4 J STANDING, L TO Fl: Donna Savoy, Kelly Kreamer, Rachel Harmon, Coach Dian Spencer. KNEELING, L TO Fl: Kathy Welp, Sheri Toups, and Stephanie Senegal. l l Lev - H fx ' 3 'Qu ,. 3. l I. VARSITY VULLEYBALL T A CHA WINS DISTRICT PI UNSHIP After winning the district round playoff, the Varsity Volleyball Team, coached by Ms. Diane Spencer, received the District Championship. Following the district vic- tory, the team went on to state competi- tion where they won their first game against Baker. Despite the encouraging first win, the team lost three games to Broadmoor High losing the bid to a state championship. The Junior Varsity and Freshman teams shared the excitement and victorious feeling, evidence of true fellowship for the team. Mrs. Janice Menard coaches the freshman team. f '.,. W In, J' L , , I F lil" 1 r Pill i, e Ill I' t S i ' Y ,M I i . Ill ul ...- VOLLEYBALL 113 J. V. VOLLE Y- BALL STANDING, L TO R: Coach Mat- tie Williams, Bonita St. Julien, Donna Savoy, Rachel Harmon, Karen Smith, Amelia Duhon, and Coach Diane Spencer. KNEEL- ING, L TO Fl: Christine Broussard, Donna Stelly, Tammy Bourque, and Michelle Roy. FRES - VOLLE Y- BALL L TO R: Coach Alice Denais, Elizabeth Briggs, Amelia Duhon, Amy Pithan and, Coach Janice Menard. 114 VOLLEYBALL n gf .LKA S f' ,f E it .,,,, ,,,,f,,..-,.4f,M..4, -Y v Q. as BK Suv, I AN AWESUME J.V. TEAM SCUREBUARD TEA M: FIRST ROUND: NIHS 12-15,15-6, 10-15 Carencro 10-15,15-11,15-13 OHS 12-15, 15-5, 16-14 CHS 15-10, 5-15, 15-0 TEAM: SECOND ROUND: NIHS 5-15, 7-15 Carencro 15-10, 15-6 OHS 15-11,6-15, 17-15 CHS 4-15, 15-5, 10-15 TEAM: DISTRICT PLA YOFF: Carencro 15-11, 15-6 TEAM: STA TE PLA YOFFS: Baker 15-4, 15-12 I Broadmoor 3-15, 15-7, 14-16 ll l cr. 'llll " 1 :Ill 1lNl'!?1clll I 1 Allll-luJUl1llJl.4lII VOLLEYBALL A "' A I F . w 'J 1 . I I L 'M W th' 1- sh-sin., ,, A .lx-, Jag, V ,V ,Q V A A A N 2 ' ' I A of M ,, w X 5 g X 6' ', N I 2, I W I My 4 .15 lA 5 is 5' Q t I . ' RI ' I fi N lQl Q 1 S I l it I 'L' - ,L if H- . '42, , t,:',n' l luv All lnfryq lfwg IQ k H f f ,, J R if '4 ,M 9 ,Mk if ,A STANDING L TO R: Todd Sonnier, Scotty Roy, Chris Sibley, Mike McGuire, Rodd Richoux, Mark Richard, Troy Mercier, Jeff Harris, Eric Manuel, Bert Le- Jeune and Coach Hanks. KNEELING L TO Fl: Shelton Cormier, Jason Clifton, Mike O'Brien, Billie Harper, O'Neal Weber, Barry Naquin, Mike Mouton, Richie Mayer, and Jamie Leger. MAT HELPERS: SITTING L TO R: Shelly Ganson, Suzy Hebert, Kristy Patterson, Cindy Potier, Kim Credeur, Lisa Aucoin, and Stephanie Hernandez. X I :g , ' Y . 'JM 5-.-.,...,,,, -.. 11 'L .fyxml W w W, Ia i , . 1-M , , , , ,,, 2 1 f I I t I ,.:, f.ffi'itf?7f ' I I I f ' - ,Wil . , 1 ' i- - 1 tsigmi' 1 f f A -' 7+ Zsi gigyiiliig, ' K ' -' f Q7 zlieiii TQZ, ' , 3.14 1- H- 4- , , Q fi SENIOR WRESTLERS: L TO R: Todd Sonnier, Eric Manuel, Troy Mercier, and Billy Harper. Coach Mr. Willard Hanks 116 WRESTLING THEM 12 48 27 14 21 37 10 18 30 TOURNAMEN TS AHS PLACE 6th 15th 7th 2nd 2nd 3rd 19th HCHDIHNH WRESTLERS THKE HONORS Grappling for points in the dual matches, the AHS Wrestling Team concluded the year with an impressive 7 and 2 record. Although the tournament record was not as successful, the team netted second place at both the Lafayette Dual and the Metro Tournament. After finishing third at the Regional Tournament, the wrestlers went to the State Tournament where they placed nineteenth. ln addition to participating in tournaments, the AHS wrestlers also hosted the Acadiana Tuneup Tournament where teams were given the opportunity to warm up for the season. No team points were awarded at the Tuneup. Three seniors, Troy Mercier, Todd Sonnier, and Eric Manuel, will be leaving the team this year. However, five of the seven members who qualified for state will return next year. Scotty Roy, the only sophomore who qualified for state, will be returning. Members of the team were assisted at the tournaments by the Mat Helpers under the direction of their captain, Kim Thibodeaux. The girls keep time and scores at the matches and tournaments and lend general support to the wrestlers. WRESTLING 117 fT1HT HELPERS STANDING L TO R: Stephanie Her- nandez, Shelly Ganson, Cindy Potier, and Lisa Aucoin. SITTING L TO R: Suzy Hebert, Kim Credeur, and Kristy Patterson. NOT PIC- TURED: Kim Thibodeaux. SNS Mr gy mm 1 '39 y,.'rWS M I um-flu' 'fy' -3 SAS W, f 1. XX QW5 vt rm - ,QXXYELPER9 HAT f L I viffefis at R Hftvsbgzi It " in -, ff is fe M9 Xf ,vig y x L MT K X i MT e, MHDFDC Y f HLPERSX A L ,Q K. I 1,5 . 1 118 WRESTLING . 'Vi . . ,- Q. . if. . KAR' -Q . rf S M 1 x ,. 5' F47 ' f 3: ,V ,wa fm, - i,A.',,A, ff 3525355 M, I E . 1 vii mtg xg? ,,i5Y,wE - 4 . Q 1, xfniikfx-,ik 1: - y N 5-41555955 f , A , nv ' , gg . ' . ,A M f ' '13, M N7 :Te - I' N., f OL-I fx Ja 'V ,kg f x K 1 'Q 72? A I X aff i , , ,,. 9667 TATE WRESTLEFIS: STANDING L TO R: Scotty Roy, Mike McGuire, Mark Richard, nd Troy Mercier. KNEELING L TO R: Todd Sonnier, Jeff Harris and Bert LeJeune. ,..M A WRESTLING 119 SDCCER i984-i985 Aj fa l K Y Q 1 f rfj my Steven Brooks Matt Dalfrey David Chaney Adam Deculr Goalie . ,iffy iw, R: X ji, Q C , E- ' IQ.g,: f R9 " ,M gel -R ,wa fl, 5. 7, .1 I k- X- t?7T ga.. ' ,ww f' R , . V 'X 5 C Y, if ,TL I f- xl r Lg B Q, g if N R B 1- 1' sl -V Q 1 Y-A fl O ' ll ' l William Johnson A C Luis Meza i M Jeff Latiolais Chuck Morrell , R 42? , X ' K 'lf' l 4 ,p,, ' - V f 31 Q 5 I r gi? if ' 'i I li Mark Pann Ricky Ren "" ' Sean Ratzlafl Byron Slmon bl Q E W1 David Grant 9 Raphael Hudelot ,T L. V C-if :Q X5.f'-mms? 1 my L fr A l fi ' 5 A if li LLX Q1 j U21 0 l Lil l Thanh Nguyen Carrol Patin ah C C f WA , , 3' cf? "' 1 'ma-. . X , . A R L52 ll li l 1 1 xShrisSimon l M 1 LeeSpears 7' O 15 if , -V 2 . iw . W. lk- 9 ,J , 5? V A U ff gy 5 Q B mm 4 Troy Trahan Ricky Williams Benson Young K ' Todd Wheeldon Arthur Young Mr. Schoonover Captain ' Coach To J 1 B ig B- aaa or Y. gg pw n 7'.i.'1. hh- ,a , -f 1 we -.-- Mr.Simon X- lf' Coach AI Wheeldon f ' gf SOCCER Q2 E 6 WINNING SEASON Soccer Has a Successful Year A rapidly growing sport in this area, soccer has truly been mastered by the AHS soccer team. With a perfect 10-0 record with only 17 points being scored against them, the team once again gained the Parish Championship. With many exceptional players, six team members made the All-Parish Team. They were Luis Meza, Chris Simon, and Todd Wheeldon on the First Team, and David Chaney, Carrol Patin, and Sean Ftatzlaff on the Second Team. SOCCER 121 HHS SOCCER TEAM Soccer Team STANDING L TO R: Coach Schoonover, Assistant Coach Wheeldon, William Johnson, David Chaney, Matt Dalfrey, Car- rol Patin, Adam Decuir, Chris Simon, Luis Meza, Lee Spears, Ricky Reh, Arthur Young, Coach Simon, and Sponsor Larry Com- eaux. KNEELING L TO R: Mark Patin, Chuck Morrell, Thanh Nguyen, Todd Wheeldon, Raphael Hudelot, Ricky Williams, Troy Trahan, Sean Ratzlaff, Jeff Latiolais, Stephen Brooks, and Byron Simon. NOT PICTURED: David Grant, Robinson Oliver, Jean Orgeron, and Benson Young. GIAC! W ., ral ,ii liri J iooa i THEM 9 A A A , ,,,,, :CC iril ,osti 1 L1 'C o,,rs, ,.,,,,J Tiia Q il A A' 'T ,rii"l'i r ..., , , , ,... L 1 f 1-1 V- 1 f if 31iE?1Ei2l,?,1Q5g5gf,w ' - f . ,rl-s2J,Q2,s1-:.ri.., , 122 SOCCER s - 2 " GULF? ' -'85 l f -we Golf Team Takes l ag ,L X 3 . . as . - - Regional Title mam QP 72 'Qs It was a memorable year for the AHS 1 K "' I golf team. Not only did the High School , g by l Athletic Board cut high school matches Lf ff, from 18 to 9 holes, but AHS also walked , L away with the Regional title. Acadiana -p A tallied wins over Teurlings by 37 shots, W Northside by 29 and Comeaux by 7. L Qi Losses came against Lafayette and H K " Carencro both by just one shot. Layne l 27: Sponsor Layne Stelly, defending State Runner-Up shot if--"': Mr. Gale Gleason Stelly a score of 73 one over par to take the 4 Medalist Honors home. The regional , FL f l win qualified AHS for state competition. "' ' L X ' Layne was also the first student in the ,afar ,N , ,,,, AHS sports records to sign a full golf A , A x f 31" scholarship with uNo. Randy 0 f Ligh Y 'J Greg Hooper E Q f Mann Parsley A321 .1 , ii',f:1': 1 . L is as - Q.. ae"-9 T 3 Q Demi Li v ' S Edwar s Brian W :41' wM Ai Frederick -' Z iigxgfi arf' A . QW mx X ifffiil, Q -A 15831, ii -Eififiii Q ,.., 'Q ' is A Mark Mike Booth Boudreaux I , t . Y - Fi, 49 Lane ' f A Boudreaux Brett Guilliot ff ,Q QYGWQ, LAY!! MGI! UIC GOLF 123 tsl ti 124 BOYS' BASKETBALL 7 V?"w,f ASKETBAL Ram Houpsters Make All-District Team Once again, the words "Good Evening, Basketball Fans," echoed through the AHS gym as the Wreckin' Ram basketball team began another year of exciting roundball action. Coming into this year, Coach Bobby Beene and his troops attempted to fill the shoes of two district championships. Falling short of reaching the playoffs, the Ram hoopsters still pulled off a prosperous season, giving the fans their money's worth. Acadiana placed four on the prestigious All-District Team. Leading the way was Phillip Wilturner, tabbing First Team honors. Gaining All-District Honorable Mentions were Lee Arceneaux, Luther Fran- cis, and Kevin Winters. With three returning starters, 1985-86 holds the promise of another exciting year packed with basket- ball action. -ilu QWNW? VARSITY TEAM KNEELING L TO R' Luthen Francis Kevin Winters Elliott Dean and Pete Dean STANDING . , , . L TO R: Mike Fabacher - Manager, Nick Bonnet, James Charles, Phillip Wilturner, Eric Benjamin, and Lee Arceneaux. E fi Q , Q 322 BOYS' BASKTEBALL 125 LL DISTRICT PLAYER SWE' M , ,, fnz Sf' :V 4 6, N ., ,, Phillip Wiiturner if i w QQ , ggfwi W x A Ls., N A if i ff K Q7 F1 M I Kevin Winters Lee Arceneaux 126 BOYS' BASKETBALL Varsity Coach Bobby Beene W e 417 Luthen Francis E? HH V BOYS' BASKETBALL 127 128 BOYS' BASKETBALL U IOR VARSIT JV TEAM: KNEELING L TO R: Todd Clements, Kevin Morgan, Jeff Pelletier, Harold Duffy and LaMark Siner. STANDING L TO R: Greg Ducharme, Mike Lutgring, Mall Sam, David Arceneaux, Mark Booth, and Vince Comeaux. 5 I 4 4:41 wiaanww' X wi gm .. If 1 X lx JV Coach Gale Gleason BOYS' BASKETBALL 129 A qi xx'-' gf J N 4x . -Ny 5 'Y A B 35 , , .m.,: '. A K ml -M A A...h.,, l l l g, Q? f X V.: f R7 L . AE H Q ' s N, . an Q Qi. N - .. S l A Q 55 ' ax in Qt' .- b , Eric Benjamin Donald Rideaux Forward Guard E .Q-,rl-gin 2l4,,.:'l,'r. V at.. l 1 , I QQLEA .1397-ff W wwf'-' 1, M V 4544! ,. ,2jM h , wh. l - Q jj M Ka rt Phillip Wilturner Kevin Winters Center Guard BOYS' BASKETBALL 131 'E 'K 5.2 VARSITY TEAM: KNEELING L TO Fl: Allison Dennis, Kim Perrot, Maria Mouton, ani Bonita St. Julian. STANDING L TO R: Coach Diane Spencer, Sandra Dean, Reagai Booth, Stacie Kibodeaux, Jeanne Savoy, Shawn Antoine and Coach Williams. ' l l f' Q l l l l- l Lady Rams Win Spots on FIII- Districl: Squad The Lady Rams' basketball team had a very successful '84-'85 season. By the time it was over, they had racked up 10 district wins and only 2 losses. Out- standing performances by individual team members during regular season play won them spots on the All-District team. Kim Perrot and Shawn Antoine were selected as First Team members of the All-District squad while Stacie Kibodeaux received Honorable Men- tion. For the third consecutive year, Kim Perrot was named District 5-AAAA Player of the Year. She led the league in scoring and for the second year in a row was voted Most Valuable Player. Kim also signed with the USL Lady Cajuns team. l l GIRLS' BASKETBALL 133 lf Nl 134 GIRLS' BASKETBALL J. V. TEAM: STANDING L TO R: Coach Diane Spencer, Reagan Booth, Jeanne Savoy, and Coach Mattie Williams. KNEELING L TO Fl: Maria Mouton and Bonita St. JuIien.l NOT PICTUHED: Stephanie Senegal. 4 5 5 5 Q s 2 1. E A I ef' "f, in? r L . r fi ' W u M 5 Q 5 I Scoreboard TEAM Us Lafayette High 35 St. ThOfT'laS MOVE 41 nedemptorisr High 37 Sunset 34 Comeaux 65 Opelousas 50 Lafayette High 36 Carencro 78 Franklin 55 Comeaux 52 Opelousas 42 New Iberia 45 Lafayette High 55 Carencro 55 Franklin 57 Opelousas 47 East Ascension 69 Oauchita 37 THEM 34 44 42 49 36 55 34 39 62 44 36 37 34 42 49 49 55 50 GIRLS' BASKETBALL 135 FRONT ROW L TO R: Scott Broussard, Chad Anderson, Doug Richard, Kevin Morgan, Joel Lormand, Chris Cade, Dean Theriot, O'Neal Weber, Jeff Pelletier, Steve Domingue, and Shane Albarado. MIDDLE ROW L TO R: Eddie Wright, Pat Ander- son, Vince Comeaux, Mike Lut- gring, Chris Stevens, Greg Guidry, Brian Richard, Brian Blanchard, Fernell Francis, Bill Edwards, and Brett Guidry. BACK ROW L TO R: Coach Ted Davidson, Darren Harrell, Chris Black, Duane Vincent, Brian Poindexter, Mark Lipari, Bubba Savell, Mike Reed, Ted Hebert, Bryant Hernandez, and Coach Scott McCullough. .5 1984-85 RA 1 we as eps I ww 136 BOYS' BASEBALL '--G KW ,,..-.0--w . A ,www - .1-V 'W-fffitfi ,, , .:, ,, , , ,,,,,, 5 'QS vi J" L y -' ., of f .ft B ,-55? ' . we J' ,..'fY f V, me ,,..M. r 1, f .,. 4 ij , ,t W ,t ' fi' , fri-Y I Nt, V 1 ' .Q , q:L 3? xr 'L 1.4 1' L, . . v f J, Ml ,-,QA 1 ,rf Q -.ufjw I Q '.,, . .my ,i My ,..,,-. mei , bf, TQ A ' we ' ire' ..: , ' 1 e 1 7? f W r R 1 ., M e' e -e Q 5 " 45 's . Q "' ff 4 5 15' .af-N 5' 1 f ' ' ,Y ' ff ' - 2 I g , 51 , i , 3 I Q i , X4 Z ' 6 , X, '.. .:g,m.5'f'x 42' ,Q-A y f ' . k 4' N E I xr 1 X rr: YF, XENIOFIS: KNEELING L TO Fl: Brett Guidry, Mark Lipari, Brian Richard, and Brian rlanchard. STANDING L TO H: Dean Theriot, Greg Guidry, Brian Poindexter, Duane incent and Bryant Hernandez. e Q L r- M, rig Q .fe ' -1 f,,,ajj- S Kuff ,4:- YY ' W w . ,. ,. . '-l..'-knew, Q :wwf wi --i f-25:52, rpg .g X, W ? ' .-3. in f11fQfiL1f,:.i:viw + W ri, t I ii? Q Rams Take District Winning the district championship and making the state playoffs is a coach's dream. The 1985 Ram baseball squad lived up to their expectations, making a dream come true for Coach Scott Mc- Cullough and Acadiana High School. The diamondmen won the district crown in the true championship fashion. Forced into a district playoff game, the Flams came out on top with a 2-0 deci- sion. Next up was the St. Amant Gators, where the district champs suffered their fifth loss. Overall, the team compiled a 17-5 district record. Nailing first team all-district honors were Ted Hebert - pitcher, Bubba Savell - outfield, Bryant Hernandez - 3rd base, and Greg Guidry - catcher. Rounding out the second team and honorable mentions were Fernell Francis, Dean Theriot, Brian Blanchard, Brett Guidry, Chris Stevens, and Mark Lipari. With the loss of eight seniors, the 1986 squad will again try to make a dream come true. DISTR Scoreboard TEAM St. Thomas More g Brother Martin lN.O.t Carencro y New lberia Shaw tN.O.l . St. Thomas More A e Catholic High of B.R. A Catholic of B.R. Lafayette Comeaux Franklin Opelousas NIHS , Carencro Lafayette Comeaux. Franklin Opelousas S r THEM 3 8 -2 .2. NlSH Carencro DISTRICT PLA YOFF Carencro STA TE PLA YOFF -St. Amant 431- -. G ff it . . n ' ating. - M fllf 2 2 0 6 5 4 1 O.. 8 0 2 0 7 0 .3. 3 .Jw + , 5'1iA, -.......- ,a..L..-- " - . - ,NL jr, L, A gf, , t s I . ,,.. ,gg '. A. , 4-f' .W ' 45.4-vi, . ."f,v.If,,'f?fQ?' no - -1 .L"f!3lws1uw Q 'lw-4...M.,f-- W. ,i wif.-ff .i3iJ' ' .1,,,p, 'ie 9, ::.,.xf,5. i S'i5?f!'1a'19"'- ww- , 3161 -. -Q fd , f..'iJ3i4f X' , ' 3' 'Q-.lv 2 gffmu? . H B-2.481 .fur , sv., .. X'-4... 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STANDING L TO Fl: Miss Geraldine Borel - Coach Wendy Melancon, Amy Rogers, Dana Hebert, Melissa Frederick, Carrie Campbell, Paula Arceneaux, and Coach Janice Menard. 140 GIRLS' SOFTBALL 11 ii i "'s..... ...MN QV SENIOFIS KNEELING L TO Fl: Melissa Frederick, and Tammy Dubose. STANDING L TO R: Carrie Campbell and Dana Hebert. l hv4J!'.I Qflll. 'X ASIC-E If 'xg-',g1.4 , .,,,f -1.- .p all 2' "W all e ' ff . -.gm 'ar4..aaf ' ry m, H , V ff? -Q f 1 L 1 f 1 L 'ilfl rf 4. 1 , ge L ?:'3"f'?4i51f-ifk . .. I 5 , Q. 1 L r wc' 1fN "'2' X- ' r '34 4' Q , . r l . UM? 2?1t:l'5.L nfgwffy K 1 ' J 'A pr w-gangs: M YQHQFKE iw A ff LKLSQ W ' 'ffff 2 SV W -. MM ,.Amy,. fe 4' 5413 1 , 4 Q U. 4 , Y- fi, J 1 ,If -Q 4.1 sg, " 'Z gi 'J . rw gf f is 3 K 4 1 v 5 Q v . p 'v ki gg S W 4 s' K 1 f ff, f . ' 'Vik N "r 4 swf 'tv 1 I 4 . 1 y A .Q Q rf 3 r xr if S A fl , Y . .' 0' A h 314,55 rs 21' - fx, QM-mari fl M f 1 . ' - V 2 sl.: 26, 2, . - - , , l , Q, fx z 5 gg? 3 is Hhs WW xiii' M L he X , .917 ff 4 1 L8 0 f l l,-5i.,f gf if ,ig a'- Lf r' .9 'YW ,- 5' 5 . Q 43 'H JA X 4' I 'gs xr it an-,V 33: V, ff, M ff gg' 1: . :I ' 'fi w .325-, K is W 'YE 'X ..w5 5Y,, 5g l .gl I 'X 'X .M Q' wi yi, ' '31 333, -. W. xv ,Q -fr 7 ax wise www' -'Q i tx ' V v Q A mxxg In -3 sc vm A 4 ' Q ' H s Q 1 1 VA il' 4 3:4 - W- void fl 'f .f.,,1w.vw rf- 4 ?""Ii'34F?l'f "4'!I'I1' -1, .- .Tir f ' f ff in-3 0 , U ,L r ' ff .riff ' :fi V , .fx ', ' .1111 , V fzrv n., L gm pf ,..4' 1 ff , ,vf'2'4 GIRLS' SOFTBALL 141 ., -1 'Qfi.Q.fWT "' fzfi' H .ac i 7 ., '31 fi - f 1- " .- 512234111 glyph. 1.3 1f1 4, - 'Q :iii fr ai L f WP WM at gig as ' er Q Av, it '5'5fi"'le Q. A ff? ,Q I t at 6 ,Lv ifnfffkxf 1 I my 3 fig L sg 6 I L 5 1 k .1 X we we ,Q Q ' get ' 1 in 41 58' ,, X K fiflffik S Quia Yee , 54 Q U? ' + 1 af 5 3' A A Q. , 1 ' X N I a f 1 1 f if '1 '- 1 -A ma. ' wif? 1. i A my EL. .. 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Paula Arceneaux - pitcher, ind Donny Stelly - Catcher, received Second Team honors. 'hrough a vote of the team members Melissa Frederick was :hosen most valuable player, Amy Rogers best sportsman, and Carrie Campbell, most improved. tif? A fl 'LUYRQIQI X w W ,V ,.,,, , wwww MN-W I . . -v . . g4v3fa..,M,, ' ' i .ws ,W '11?,,,, ,J .5 .' , , f I flux -. K y er' 1 ' if 'I' K I w b!! wif 2:-'Stl' l - A . - - MQ 3 . " "s "fi:fsi.5'i'1ff'Et:MiwL' ' 'ff fix 1 1 'rf' H 1- L .il .f.. tqffsd .N if 'Sf-' ',izf "' . ' ' ' , l ' , W A 5-,-.sjq--, , my f 1 f 1 1 8 .y, 424286, 'V - '4 Ly 1' "Q, ag gggygsfyfl-,psj:fQ54iQ,i1sjs3,35f 342 3 .L Q, . wa, .1,j.: L tl A A , f f:.sf'g-'Q figgsfpff .- . 4, ' ' 1 S , ' W f J f :V Q -4 P: f, "':'. .. f 4 r ig V. , 5 ., ,. we svs, cf. -Q, s,,x,,,fx , . . "' 1' :Uri :V 4"3'w 'lt ' - o ff ' QQ' f i if at I S. ,gn - ' lf' , ywfryffgy 7163' !L'lj'f'7 1. ,i,yH,,,Q,9.,5':'!:P K - e' ,mf ff ,,fq.., ff 1, fr .gt Q , . , , . 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KNEELING L TO H: Khanh Trieu, Diem Chi Phan Arlene Ligh, Susan Sykes, and Anne Sonnier. NOT PICTURED: Devin Bearb, Cherstie Bowie, Chuck Campbell, Mike Dean, Mark Miller, Can Nguyen, anq R I 9 icky Reh. To Compete ls Everything . . . The tennis team consisted of 16 members, 8 boys and 8 irls. During the season, the team played against seven schools, ending the year with a record of 6-6-1 including a tie with Lafayette High in one match. Overall team scoring be- tween the six public schools, Acadiana, Carencro, Comeaux, Lafayette, New Iberia, and Opelousas, seeded the boys' team 3 t no. 4 and the girls' team at no. 2 tying with Lafayette and Opelousas high schools. On April 25 and 26, the tennis team went to regionals which was held at Thomas Park where in- d ividuals competed in various categories. Taking first place in Mixed doubles was Mike Pelletier and Staci Stover, and 7I C oming in third place in Girls' Doubles was Kelly Brown and Z Anne Sonnier. These players traveled to Shreveport May 3 to C llllllllll llllllllll llll I nn , lllllllll SCCREBCDARD TEAM Carencro Lafayette Comeaux Catholic High and Mt. Carmel St. Thomas More Vermillion Catholic ESA Carencro Lafayette Comeaux St. Thomas More US 11 6 ompete at state. Vermillion Catholic 1 Catholic High and Mt. Carmel 1--xr-x'Q r-.X ,-- l - ,-,5 ,,.-X ,', ,'x I u N' ' 4 x X N f l I I I N it A pl J K ,J 1 Xl fx ! tk l X , X Il - ' . Q . N .' ' ' , . lllllll ' ' 144 TENNIS t,f , THEM , 8 8 18 1 16 7 16 l . 8 i 9 l 5 . 12 , 12 1 15 " Q gl l l ,. 3 V I V hx W , , -1L if? , ,t y " i 'dd Q vi, n 5 " N-Q 5 , KE 44' X X H2531 Q it , an . ' V415 , is M . ' rv .M T ,VFX 3 , ' A ,. 2 i Q ,AIRS Susan Thanh Staci Prudhomme Nguyen Stover Q7 asf ' . A i 2' A 2 l , L xrlx V ,X ff we -E ' i A t i t Mi v Q M on i i t j K VR" 'tif' N, I I Phillip Kelly , 'i 2 A 7 .e ' 1 ff f e' Q, xx ' ,- 43 'W ' Achee Brown -Q -A cr iv, I A, X , .XLR 'Sgr KX 1 E P N1 EX ' J' ' '1' iw at x Q 'n!:,r Y . '21 i Ss. 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A AL' STANDING L TO R: Lisa Le - Parliamentarian, Michelle DuBois - Secretary, Jeanneiie LeDoux - Phone Sponsor Iommitiee, Susan Prudhomme - Co-President, Chi Phan - Co-President, and Paul Le - Treasurer. Mr. Le-Roy L L A L .. SQ ' g5.s1,.9 . L , Q V l L. 1 1 .- 7 Q In W H L , , 1 , , ,.,,,:-3,f5 . x r t 3 -7 L L 'L 3 V37 'P , if if -1 V use L is H , , L y..i ,,.i l ,X F 'L fi - Q4.fi?l,g 5 li 7' ,Ls5, L35 so -w5?Sass 5 ffffx QQQQQQQQQEQQL .21 T ' N 'L'f29'if5z?1'ii11?"3112 'ff Fi? ,W k,k. In M , x , .L wg-lg5,3:f:h,:mx N -M fwggwggi. ' T A f ' ' ig Mf25i'Qf'f?jis:i2 q 1 D f"' 5 ,gi ' 3- wx 'T ,. . , ' H all - 1yWW?wM ,Q g i' 35 , 4 1 - ' fi I 1 ,4QKWi 5gseh -si f2 Q. , , , A g V V i lg, . . . - - in L in -' ' M - gigs l ,M . . ' ' " if -i" l -.q s ?Lki,l.gk ' f V in ,. . fi' 5 'B L ' ' . - ' , f'ff-Sy?, 5 ' BHK 25M.- - i.h4lRff an sssfAwWa1 f , 4 .Q - 4, Q . , .g,gm.. EA, ' l l - V1 . , ,331 is i'.' 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'wiff'i'Tff1'lT""" 'asf' .. ,, -' IQ hufgwme,-aumwm, ' ' , Y " my W Q g, W 5 kgwf. 4 .: ' in iwbuwrgjk r , , A . 5 'QW' 1 W" M x mum x' , ,,, ' .ww "-..vg.a V"l li " ic X , n 1 ...L 8 M,""',,,' ' Mi!!! 3810 ' ' -b ' K , , ,.. Ma... .M A, 'PS-Il' 'iii f. W www-5. wi 1-M A f H 'Z 9 Q . I - ' v , i vs... and O' lv.,--P' 1 4, -,,,, an ' V . , ,-'. Q 5... 5 av 'NS- MC" ? L5 .41 5 J" 1, :Ft ... . M ,J .. ' 'az . 'P' i ' Jn. 4 . on Q gifs-W -' 1 K, Q 59" 'F"'E 1 9'5" + i . W. ..,...,,,.. . ,L 'Q fn. .7 . .X N...x',NV , 'ff' Q fy TXARY . 148 GIRLS' TRACK 5 -- , ,QQ 5 ,, . .x.5L'xmf'14"..,.ex,. L' :Hu r. .SJXM Pt ' , 1" l,.g.,.!, ' wry , x,N..,,,w mf 2 , N rl , k K' x Q. ' - .' .- - - ..z wi?-:'sr'iwx',v , ,V TM Q ,.?ffyQ..,. Q 1 v ua .vm iffy' . S' A Tx 3. 431. .'."-?,i,.iw-gy, 5 A , 4, A 2 39543, TRACK TEAM: STANDING L TO R: Mrs. Alice Denals - Coach, Carrie Campbell, Reagan Booth, Stacie Kibodeaux, Angele Catrou, Thelma Lewis, and Mrs. Chris Latiolais - Coach. SITTING L TO R: Lee Blackwell, Shannon Noel, Keieen Harris, Kim Hebert, Stacey Walters, and Ashley Duhe. r if I it - ,J f in-2 """"' . I 'J ' 5 fa' V W? E ,flu , A I 'I' ft A ... f ' t I' ,fr ' , 'Mfg f,af.v,t5f's A A t" " S ig 1 tl" " , ,... Girls' Track Places I in Slate Meet Q c D Under the direction of Coach Latiolais and Coach Alice Denais, the girls' track team had an eventful year. Though a small team, they displaced much effort and are to be congratulated. While participating in various meets, Angele Catrou placed third in the 440 yard dash at both the Lafayette High and Parish Meets. Stacy Walters placed third in the mile run and sixth in the 880 yard dash at the Lafayette High Relays. Finishing third in District for the 880 yard dash, Stacy qualified as an alternate for Regional Com- petition. Regan Booth, a freshman, placed third in the 110 yard hurdles at both the Lafayette High and Parish Meets. By placing 2nd in the hurdles at District and Regionals she became eligible to com- pete at the state level. There, she placed sixth. GIRLS TRACK 149 BOYS' f Y TRACK e 'QITW f k',, l 5 ,Q L W - , ,,.-.W. .,-.. ,... , .,.gf 'f W -f...- :" . . " K J "5---'ef----, ' - fm'-it-'N as-9 ' , 73:25 . ,5,n-4. '- , 'I--fr 1-L Ds fpf, -. , l'l""-" .. . 1 W ww - alrrff-1 -,..."f'W ' 'gat' fjfrf f f ' 33 - je',,,,,,, lfii ,- 1 w --.ae-1 ' ,t K -. -sy 1 e - - t ,W . Q ' . ,V-. . 3 aff" -T , , V, ' 1 'lwlaffe 'Hi' -1 3 Q 1 , ' e ,Y 1 I "JW" . , 41, H, i v g 's 'Z :A - inf .tx :-A ef NP 1' -'ri , 1 4:52 ,,,,....-mrMs- , ' . 1 fiffeifx' 1 Q t i' as A 1 ' Q ,' -A Q. f . fu ,-at-fe gtfgvgiq YV - A ,w x . ii d Track Team Sets Records ,,, ,., The Acadiana High track team finished their season with high honors. Coached by Mr. Don Alonzo and Mr. James Simmons, the Acadiana Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman teams received first places in their divisions. Setting a new junior varsity record in the high hurdles was Lee Arceneaux with a time of 16.4. In shot put Shad Griffin set a new freshman record of 39-4,3A feet. Setting a new sophomore record was Ronald Duhon in the 100 meter dash. Bubba Lagasse had a time of 10:59 in the two-mile run, setting a new school record and Corey Francis had a jump of 5'8" for a new high jump record for Acadiana. Ryan Langlinais, Jonathan Carmouche, Doug Palombo and Ronald Duhon had a time of 3:32.52 for another school record in the mile relay. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: SITTING L TO R: Doug Dotson, Ronald Duhon, Doug Palombo, Andrew Barron, Ryan Langinais, Cody Baker, Roy Lee, Troy Thlbodeaux, and Lee Arceneaux. KNEELING L TO R: Chuck Fontenot, Jonathan Carmouche, Mike Sifton, Kenny King, Brian Guidry, Corey Francis 150 BOYS TRACK Bubba Lagasse. STANDING L TO R: Greg Ducharme, Brad Martin, Kyle Stealman, Lane Disher ana Charles Senegal. 3N5"'i" OC 25355- Wa 'K yr ,Q f -fy :sir E, JV TRACK TEAM BOTTOM ROWL TO R Brad Martin Kyle Stealman Lane Dlsher Kenny Kung Billy Senegal. MIDDLE ROW L TO R Greg Ducharme Jonathan Carmouche Brian Guldry Steve Klbodeaux Shad Gnlfln, Hayward Edwards and Chuck Morrell STANDING L TO R Bubba Lagasse Doug Dotson Floanld Duhon Ryan Langllnars Lee Arceneaux Corey Francis Craig Mamn and Doug Palombo I 919 few FRESHMAN TEAM: BOTTOM L TO H: Jason Barras, Clint Elliott, Brian Alexander, and Ronald Davis. MIDDLE L TO R: Hayward Edwards, Brian Broussard, Shad Grffin, James George, Eric Parr. STANDING L TO Fl: Donald Barron, James Valliere, Paul Stutes, Craig Martin, Mitchell Landry, Wayne LeBlanc, Doug Lormand, and Jim Foreman. BOYS' TRACK 151 .xiii f CL UBS CL UBS' A I I-I S I3 9 A N D 154 BAND i L 0 IJ I S A N A 5 'S N X I3 E s T 156 BAND BACK ROW, L TO R: Monica Meza, Adrienne Credeur, and Myra Harmon. MIDDLE ROW, L TO R: Michelle Dubois, Missy Pecnik, Lea Ransonet, and Danielle Wrlght. FRONT ROW, L TO R: Candy Tweedle, Jennifer Posey, and Dlane Doyle. l I l l WPS. an. BACK ROW L TO R: Mariette LeBlanc, Kim Thibodeaux, and Angle Broussard. MIDDLE ROW, L TO R: Stephanie Thibodeaux, Laura Mouton, Debbie Babineaux, and Dava Cook. FRONT ROW, L TO R: Lisa Forlier and Katie Yeager. r, XY, 2 . .. -, ,l , 'f3.,,.-v,,,., L TO R: Jodi Monaghan, Janice Gray, Chrlsty Guldry, Heldi Broussard. Kathy Menard, and Maria Mouion. BAND 157 158 BAND 'g S 1 CO ,'l1n1,,,I l ' 1 I , -ups . N 4 my RMA- 3' 'tier B A 554: " . -Q' -., ,W ,. ..,l-E' L TO H: Shanae Fliser, Rachel Cooper, Max Thibodeaux, Chauncey Martin, Pam Sargent, Scott Breaux, Don Icard, Stephen Broussard, Alan Posey, Colin Mayne, Shayne Scott, Mike Cleveland, Tony Chapron, Mazi Hayatdavoudi, Chad Sonnier, and Derick Senegal. ,s4,.,,g' 557 J U 'A g ...at r -., I ' 'vs A f 5 ff. -EV 3 f it ' -Q 1 ? Q xi ii , in W if 1 , 3, ,Q Ai M41 Y 'N f F 5. f K . f- , f saw l it if fs' z gy I W,,...t vi -x QA, ll Ml W Band Students Bring Home Honors Being a member of the AHS band is always an ex- citing and rewarding experience. Though the group is required to practice long hours under the direction of Mr. Gerald Waguespack, they are always filled with a sense of satisfaction that they have united to form a family intent on bringing honor to AHS. This year the band attended festivals at LaGrange, Morgan City, Acadiana, Sulphur, and Dallas and received all superior ratings. At the Marching Bands of America contest in Dallas, Texas, the band placed first in their division, receiving championship medallions, and placed fourth overall. Rusty Flichard was named Outstanding Drum Major of the competi- tion. In Sulphur the band was named Grand Cham- pion for the second consecutive year and the color guard received the Outstanding Auxiliary Award. There were thirty-three bands from a variety of states present at this event. Eleven band members represented AHS in the 1984 all-State Band. Five made the Symphonic Band and six made the Concert Band. Symphonic Band members were David Hernandez, Gary Edmondson, Julie Chaney, Paula Hosey, and Raymond Goodrich. Concert Band members were Debbie Baudoin, Monica Meza, Heath Broussard, Todd Blanchard, Kyle Dunn, and Matt Kerlin. BAND 159 09L CINVE '. 'J v u wg .44 15? K , , , ., W P, ,, ,., S U V 4. . W v 3,1 i ff--:gg 5 L , ,- X. V S W 'Y Q , 1 34 35 ,: "g YE In ' if 4 I M K ' 4 rm l A nm mu , r -1 E5 -H - - - - -- , -., M ,, . el f Q 1, W, W M-I f- ,f,, Q ' V V ' 4' s x.., , ' 1 f , ' aw "- 3 2' 151 5 fi i.fQ2' fe 3.f f Q , M .- , ... .,.. - Y . ....... , . ,. ,.. -.,. W, ...Y , ., ., 3 1 1 1 1 nn g 1 A 1 ' ,, ,. 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SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: BACK ROW, L TO R: Mark Mouton, Dana Emberland, Mike Ferguson, Mike Cleveland, and Greg McFarIain, FRONT ROW, L TO R: Michelle Dubois, Susan Doyle, Jodi Monagham, Anga Begnaud, Teddy Har- rington, and Ricky Owers. BAND 163 164 HIGHSTEPPERS X-if 1 MES I Darra Bourque Jacqueline Chappuis Robin Domlngue :PH 'sl gs, N 1-l .MLA N l l BridgetDugas ' Rachel Duhon Melissa Gary . A 7 r., ' : ' 4 sl f. t H -M 11' ' 1 i W A . -3 7: , 'yr mg A' tu .' , 4..A ,N , , nv i ,V 5 . 3 a A ' x 'G ' f S' K X ff Stephanie Judice Kara Kennon Cheryl Miller mzfs' f ,Q Melissa Powell Hannah Taunton I-STEIDIDEIQS 84-S5 TA un jk fy ""E,1'lt-r-1 HIGHSTEPPERS 165 ll . x '32 Highsteppers Strive for Perfection Dedication is the word to describe all the hi-steppers that stay through the year. With the many hours of hard work throughout the school year and during the summer, it would be easy to give up. But these girls have given their all, even when there was not that much left to give. It all paid oft, though. At camp, they won the Sweepstakes trophy and the spirit pom was awarded to them every day for their good sportsmanship and their lasting enthusiasm which surely shows their striving spirit at Acadiana High. 166 HIGHSTEPPERS I1 06.35 - X F Cory Gordon Captain H535 ? Suzanne Hudson Lieutenant MES ' -Y, N, . fan, ' V Lauri Stratton It , f' f- Bridget Needham Co-Captain S li N, Cynthia Perron Krlsty Resweber Lieutenant- Treasurer SEN DDS dedication HIGHSTEPPERS 167 SjEg3.3fRlnfEl..JL EJ:.-EJ gifjtghigfsggg Melodie Arceneaux Alicia Dotson Lynette Landry Anna Lentjes Melissa Lutgring Allyson Melancon Carol Banna Denise Chiasson Susan Duhon , . ,ff-' 168 CHEERLEADERS Patti Jung Kathy Meager x 'V 72" ' 38? '!"""1 31 M355 fi M1 lf . Male Students Join the Cheerleader Squad Chants, cheers, mega-phones, and pom-poms all together make up the ex- citing elements of cheering. But there's another more serious side, that of dedication. Under the direction of Mrs. Jane Dotson and head cheerleader i i l i . Damon Constantine Mike Hebert l Rich Strysniewicz Kim Hoffpauir Celeste Broussard, the squad practiced long hours in preparation for camp. While attending camp at NSU, the cheerleading squad received all top honors along with three spirit sticks. They were also selected as one of six squads who competed for the highest honor, the Award of Excellence. Lynette Landry was also chosen to compete with five other girls in the category of All- American Cheerleader. In a daring, innovative move the squad allowed male students to join. The new anembers of the squad proved successful in boosting the spirit of the crow . 4 Paul Le NBUISU PeCl'lik Ram Mascot Gets ew Handsome Faee The mascot of a school plays a major role in generating the school's spirit. And this year's Ram, KIM HOFFPAUIR, was no exception. Throughout the year, she loyally supported the Rams by cheering at pep rallies and games. Kim was especially excited with the purchase of a new ram suit that replaced the old wooly ram. The new cooler suit extended the wearing time, thus the cheering time. The Ftam's new handsome face features large droopy eyes that simply ooze friendliness. The suit also sports huge leather hooves and fashionable curved horns. NOT PICTUHED: Marc Landry CHEERLEADERS 169 l s'J'..J'l"..2'l'IrJ Junior Varsity Cheerleaders The JV cheerleading squad fast became a group well known for enthusiasm both at AHS and elsewhere. While at- tending 'camp at NSU at the beginning of the season, they excelled tn every aspect of competition. The cheerleaders received many superior ratings and learned numerous new chants and cheers. The 'squad experienced a radical change in structure this year with the addition of male cheerleaders to aid in forming pyramids and performing dou- ble stunts. Two boys were chosen for this year's JV group. The squad participated in games, pep rallies and homecoming activities. JV CHEERLEADERS PICTURED AT RIGHT: Andrew Artigue, Kathy Domenico, Kelly Frankenbur , Candi Bowden, Michelle Simone, Shannon Romero, Michelle Boudreaux. NOT PICTURED: Troy Lege. 713,-ff 170 CHEERLEADERS t' " ss av? f 'fy W5 we W 'wye's.af 5 . X41 :pak , v W .. X 2, " 'ers' 5 '1 'ir N f 4 ' 'K F V V t ' 5 . 'T m' .-gritty' J w, -V " 'e xf t eq 'F' X n'wL"i-Qfi'-1x'?Q,s- x . M, ,, ,Q s . ,r X. -W -- v: , --f 5- ,. ,K , af' '--,f.f,-wget'-'-3 4, ,M ,, .- '-v,T" f V ff , . ,. 'alters A..'t.t-up . - .- ' 'e rv 'f as - t .119-t ,'-. ' ft 4- ' . .. r ---s0.'k . . .. t wa, . f. rf e:,s.,.lr.- .wget-sm,-,-f.a,., ..,.r,t , - .L .I , . Oo .K E ,flxpgss rt 53, , M V -,f.'. x3,'- - ,.,, t -. .,,'.Aia:gg'.-.gf,-,..s,svbs, 2 -fag, I J: Y' :h t--. 39.511 F25-i'..-r'f+Ws?"s .i':?iw:-sq Freshman Cheerleaders Working together to achieve goals, the freshman cheerleading squad soon learned the ropes at AHS. Selected before the year began, the girls practiced hard learn- ing new chantss and cheers. They also attend- ed the N.C.A. camp at NSU where they captured superior ratings. , A PICTURED AT LEFT: Natalie Longman, Shannon Shultz. Allison Poindexter, Shannon LeCompt, Lee Blackwell and StaceyBrady. A R i wr-1' Soccer Cheerleaders A relatively new squad, the soccer cheerleaders showed spirit and loyalty in backing the soccer team. The cheerleaders roused spirit in onlookers, giving added support to AHS's newest sport. PICTURED AT RIGHT SITTING, L TO Fl: Kelly Begnaud, Leigh Bennett, Monica Guldry, and Kelly Gardner. KNEELING, L TO Fl: Jennifer Ventress, Anne Zappi and Lori Solleau. STANDING: Laina Dutton. Usfiz.-..e:J Girls' Basketball Cheerleaders Emulating spirit and vigor, the girls' basketball cheerleaders generated 100'M, support for the team both in good times and in bad. Filled with energy, the squad lent spiritual support to the girls' team at every game. PICTUREDATLEFT STANDING: Joyce Bertrand and Kellie Bordelon. SITTING: Abbie Robichaux. NOT PICTUHED: Michelle Hasltng. fri 7 ' 5: 542-X Q' a QD' if 'V' ' ' v, v I ,sw 2 It H ., E T ., K Q w:,,AL y?,5 A W. I ykssbs 1. 2 iw g 'ff - :tg HJ S .-a . ':.,j,i A, .. ,,, , 5 e.,. ,iv K ,, . 1 wg L I sa. CHEERLEADERS 171 ' Mft.: tr"-1 Lisa Aucoin Captain Erica Francis Lieutenant 'I -was I iiiitt H Y' H-Hi' .,. -. . Q I 1 3 Michelle Phillips Lieutenant A? its Vicki Chauvin Co-Captain Y':f7 Q, , 4' 11,1 l I - f, :Z X S! 9 t X A' wg it it Kelly Gardner Lieutenant "CL47L.b ' ,, .., , Sunni Shafer Lieutenant Ram Housing Pep Squad Boosts AHS Spirit An essential element to the success of AHS is the pep squad. True Ran' Ftousers, the squad was always making preparations for creating a spirited at- mosphere at AHS. The pep squad prepared for the new year all summer long beginning in July with a week of camp held for the officers. Then a week and a half of camp was held in August for about one hundred spirited girls. There, they learned yells, got to know one another better, made posters and even learned a new marching routine. To reduce travel expenses the pep squad sponsored a victory dance and col- lected fees from the girls. During the year, the squad took part in pep rallies and attended all football and basketball games where they showed a tremendous amount of school spirit. The group also gave a social for both teams and was in charge of the Basketball Homecoming decorations. Even after the season ended, the pep squad still participated in many ac- tivities and continued to display school spirit. The sponsors of the group this year were Beverly Williams and Linda Segura. l Z A v ,S 3 . S S 3' i Qs X oz? Kggflx ,t X Nancy Bruno Lieutenant Tracie Bryant Lieutenant ,i 'Ti Stephanie Handy Lieutenant Donna Hebert Lieutenant Lori Soileau Lieutenant Stacey Thibodeaux Lieutenant 5 at ffv f' Jacki Addison Marlo Austin L 1 , I i.-214. . vm. if we , i Leigh Bennett 0 I Michelle Boudreaux Andrew Artigue Ellen Ashley A .A 'av f Tit Cynthia Ayroinde Barbara Bass re . his . Joyce Bertrand YK Candi Bowden Lee Blackwell Cherstie Bowie x .f 1 A Q- I up 1 'r Rfk. I 4' I y? Tabitha Aucoin Kelli Begnaud Kelly Bordelon Stacey Brady PEP SQUAD 173 Candi Brice x.. Gina Cormier xx Kathy Domenico Laina Dutton 174 PEP SQUAD G Becky Chauvin aynell Caruthers Christine Castille Kate Cormier ,K V-X K Q-Eff-r , x X X Rachel Domingue Nedra Davis Laura Dougherty Nicole Davis if-f an ,ggi ff58',R Cynthia Dugas 1- 1 V me - .ar P V ,4. K -1-'X' "!K. s k - , ,. any , H 'N W' y, L,-. 9. Jill Ethridge Kelly Frankenberg Carol Gay M., i ivy ,f 8, 'N Monica Guidry r swf , 'tl Q? Robin Ketchum Ginger LeDoux Lyn Manuel Michelle Howe Jennifer Krupp Troy Lege 'I "3 'QS' 1 Deanna Kelley Jolie LaFleur Linda Kessinger is A Shannon Lecompte 45 i if Y ,QL A6 Q. aim? 3 A A f i l J Heather Lehmann Natalie Longman PEP SQUAD 175 v, A , of A' r K' KM S Lucretia Patterson fx ' g I Cassie Plough YT-'D' Abbie Robicheaux 176 PEP SQUAD i 5 - '. 1 -4 4 A :fb Patricia Maxey ,-. f N1 wg? by ' I ' ENXMK4 . tx Michelle Perrodin Shirees Perry v-A K I4 , Jodi Plummer Allison Poindexter L HQ , Shannon Romero Claudia Samples J as 'A x F as JI C Martha Murphy Ay, is ' X Rt " ',f'-sax, 4 5 it, Amy Pithan - 'Z ' g f ' . A sw gk: :Te Q NX ,, , A in , , KN mm Karen Roberts J X 'Q' 'S A 1 A Bu.. Shannon Shoults 'A 'S 'ff y 0' 1 4. A , N I 'X 'I Y V. . k r -K .AHS Tammy St.Cyr Michelle Simon -Q Toni Travis Liz Taylor fi ' K -QW TJ .x , ww N: Fi x. ef:- ' 5 Q 1 Q or WE LisaStutes Beth Summers Jeanne Usie Jennifer Venlress M l 1, Becky Winn Christina Young Cheryl Welborn Anne Zappi '75 Z' 1 . Sl!! ! Z 'ffl X ki d ,xl M "' i, 1 I l J Q LN: ' i- X, , my S A , ' PEP SQUAD 177 SCIENCE i T l SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS PIC- TURED AT RIGHT: FRONT ROW L TO R: Amy Wang and Chi Phan. BACK ROW L TO R: Mr. Wilton Richard, Jason Devillier, Farrel Foreman, Monica Jefcoat, Brian Richard, and Mr. Phllip Kerne. ' X. David Hammond President Vice President Tommy Cox Science Club Visits Planetarium Once again, the science club gained new members to show the school's interest in the future. Meetings were held to elect new officers and to make plans for a field trip. This year the club decided to go to the Lafayette Natural History Museum and Planetarium. There members viewed the stars and other astronomical events that take place amidst the universe. The club is sponsored by Mr. Philip Kerne and Mr. Wilton Richard. 178 SCIENCE CLUB Amy Medlin Treasurer QW Mr. Phillip Kerne Sponsor Mr. Wilton Richard Sponsor Brian Richard Beatrice Mata Secretary Reporter Brandon Elliot Robert Folsom Food Chairman Food Chairman J . CLUB Julie Liebert Parliamentarian Colin Richard Food Chairman Shane Louviere Food Chairman SCIENCE CLUB 179 President Secretary Rich SffYsniewicz Melodie Arceneaux Vice-President Cynthia Perron STIIDE EXCEL ENCE: AN HS COMM TMENT 180 STUDENT COUNCIL Sponsor Mrs. Carol Lormand C r M 5 -1-+. Reporter Allyson Melancon Parliamentarian Anna Lentjes GDIINGIL Student Council Gets Involved The Student Council of the 1984-85 school year was involved in many activities. A monthly calendar contain- ing the birthdays of all students was hung in the main hall. The group also sponsored a "Kiss a Horse" con- test with candidates consisting of Mr. Cavalier and the assistant principals. The winner of the contest was Mrs. Cox who was a great sport and puckered up during a pep rally. A canned good drive was sponsored by the Student Council as a project to benefit the community by bring- ing food to the needy. At designated times, doughnuts were sold to the students as a way of bringing a special breakfast to those who had no time to eat before com- ing to school. Student Council members attended the Louisiana Association of Student Councils at Lafayette High where they won the Office of State Treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL 181 INTERACT T77 ,hx -4339, gs ' ' :din Y' ' PQQqpo-PQ, President Vice-President Ginny Smoak Kim Stelly Secretary Stephanie Pons -A55 Parliamentarian Historian Treasurer Kelly Smoak Michelle Phillips Debbie Giddings .8 XX 182 INTERACT .4 L CLUB ,- ,. AS xxx' A "V 'fr' s ffm ' .Qs 4. . W. 1. . .., it -tm, .1 3 ,V , I g , ., f . .f - , ' ' -1 ,f ' . . ', - .t 5. as .t . 3 , in .. 1 . 1. .Q YH 5 5:21, ' - Z" j T ..,.,,. 5 , t . . W L sf' H ' In ,L ,.: VK K t., .., ' x I ' . ' . . ' r:.,1zi.z. - ri. - sl . s st. Q.. V, -r f - t .igisig Vzf .4 .2 A N1 7 .- as. ,. f .VW t .ff . at s - uvbv- NN mfg !" '1 "'E it 'fm I ff it ., , , I . , ., K... yay f. ffl ,sf- -ggkm X f .ifgyf V 2 -1 P -7 V -A 1. ,jd : W , - - , t .tg-ge - W - , f. - .x, 5 STANDING L TO Ft: Steven Guidry, Travis Guillory, Carolyn Reidel, Kim Credeur, Suzie Hargroder, and Marcia Fteidel. KNEELING L TO Fl: George Lang, Jill Ethridge, Stephanie Pons, Kim Olivier, Gabe Matese, and Ginny Smoak. SITTING L TO Fl: Kim Stelly, Barbara Bass, Michelle Phillips, Kelly Smoak, and Susan Duhon. Sponsor Sponsor Mrs. Deborah Tatman Mr. Ned Guillory lnleract Sponsors Awards Members of the Interact Club attended the District meeting at the Lafayette Hilton and later attended the District Convention at the Lake Charles Hilton. Their duties in- cluded serving the community and school in several projects. Members worked at a booth during the Festivals Acadien. Susie Hargroder, Travis Guillory and George Lang served as the clean-up committee for the Rotarian Convention held in Lafayette. The club also co-sponsored the carnation sales for Valentine's Day with the Girls' Service Club. Ushering at both Open House and graduation were also on the list of service projects. Interact was also responsible for sponsoring one boy and one girl to Pelican State. This year, they sent Eric Kresse and Ashley Stockstill. At Baccalaureate, interact sponsored and awarded the Citizenship Award to Dean Theriot and the Outstanding Service Club Award to Monica Jefcoat. S50 was contributed to the Close-Up Program to help students travel to Washington, D.C. where they gain first-hand knowledge ol the federal government. INTERACT 183 184 FHA Mrs, Wana Skinner Sponsor ll Hllls:lllllSllllulI:l l , 'rt 'Y' w3't'if,2 -1 'ns L f it-H 'Z b f I 1 xx f G' A my ka , . .-1.59 , C3551 Mrs. Dalta Gary Sponsor FHA MEMBERS: BACK ROW L TO R: Michelle Scott, Roxanne Domingue, Judy LaPolnt, Sherry Tassin, Deatrice McCauley, Lora Hoffpauir Suzie Hargroder, Wendy Reynolds, Pauline Sonnier, and Donna Hebert. FRONT L TO R: Stacey Thibodeaux, Sarah Abshire, Marlo Austin Janice Cole, Michelle Chauvin, and Stephanie Hernandez. PARISH OFFICERS: L TO R: Janice Cole - Treasurer, Stacey Thibodeaux - Parliamentarian, and Donna Hebert - Historian. l Y ' , ,xl - 1 -it I , ' , ,I fi STANDING L TO R: Stacey Thibodeaux - Parliamentarian, Suzie Hargroder - Reporter, Deatrice McCauley - Historian, Michelle Scott - Social Secretary, and Roxanne Domingue - Parish Representative. SITTING L TO R: Janice Cole - Treasurer, Wendy Reynolds - Secretary, Donna Hebert - President, and Judy LaPoint - Vice-President. fc tm- Q I Q ' A , F A 1 J . et 5 . . ' W Q 4 F , .M My ,- N M 'vita M9 fiat t 5554 gf? t ' 331 5,5 A fy ff :ft . ij We ff it ,. V y 1- Nz , ,, , ee T ft --r xr V f e- w ex xg'-4 ,5 15 1 4 42? sf s W 3- 1 Susie Hargroder 1st place winner in district Yam 3Contest fxj FHA'ers Experience Aetive Year FHA members began the year by par- ticipating in the Homecoming banner con- test with the theme "The Spartan-Busters." For Christmas, the FHA'ers stuffed stock- ings for the Salvation Army and made Easter baskets for the Spring Famiy Fair. All the proceeds from the Easter baskets went to Cancer Research. They actively par- ticipated in the district and parish meetings by making props and delivering speeches. Recognized as Acadiana's Miss FHA was Donna Hebert. Suzie Hargroder was presented with a silver bowl in recognition of winning 1st place in the district Yam Con- test. The end ofthe year banquet featuring a Hawaiian theme was held at The Hilton. At that time, students were recognized for their contributions to the club. Q X A fl t ff-J s , l. f f FHA 185 GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB ,.., . E iii ...A GSC MEMBERS: BACK ROWL TO R: Stacey Holmes, Nanette Arceneaux, Tammy Lopez, and Rachel Credeur. STANDING SECOND ROW L TO R: Tracy Champagne and Glenda Duhon. KNEELING L TO FI: Denise Landry and Susan Briggs. SITTING L TO R: Abby Robicheaux and Anne Zappi. , - r Q 't xl, M.- Mtn- t if " I 4 ls. L, ' 4 :gig viii ' K r ... 2 1 0 '92 -mfg ww. fi . , :Ugg- . 1 L ia' Wi. f , . 5.1 mais! H 29? ..' 4 ,ffv Q 31,5 lv! , . an Zia Q I. , gs. K . 32 S .fi . 3 ,, 'f 1 GSC OFFICERS: STANDING L TO R: Tammy Lopez - Vice-President, Denris Staten - Recording Secretary, Cherstie Bowie - Historian, Vicki Chuauvin - Attendance Secretary, and Julie Lie Liebert - President. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Gill - Treasurer. ns, L H if nf ff? I l X Lf. SPONSOR I L 4 " rw..-fet a A ff I awi . , ,. .. .. ,f ,Y 1 ia p,,. x L K M i . if L 5 . I I LM? -I , F. 1 P , 47 - hi 1 I N. Mrs. Barbara Brown 186 GIRLS SEFZVICECLUB l GSC MEMBERS: STANDING L TO R: Tracy Kraus, Candice Brice, Denris Staten, and racheal Domingue. KNEELING L TO Fl: Vicki Chauvin, Arlene Ligh, lulie Liebert, and Robin Stringfellow. SITTING L TO Fl: Chi Phan, Cherstie Bowie .nd Heather Rothchild. My .. yy I '31 W. g ., J I ..- ,V 1 Q. I ' :dvi I 5- A "' X ' , 4 -Q-iltnn-qv. .Q -x A 'X X 9 SPONSOR Ms. Yvette Servat CUMMITMENT - SCHOUL - CUMMUNITY Serving the community and school, GSC kept very busy this year. The year's activities included serving refreshments at Open House, working in the cafeteria for Cafeteria Day, helping clean our school on Janitors' Day and ushering at Bac- calaureate and Graduation ceremonies. GSC also held its annual Valentine's Day carnation sale. This year the members were joined by members of ln- teract in a joint effort to sell the flowers. Communi- ty services included donating goods to the needy, buying toys to give to Toys for Tots, and working at the Spring Family Fair. Concluding another successful and rewarding year, the members of GSC gained recognition, not only through their individual accomplishments, but also through their combined efforts to provide a variety of services to the students at AHS. GIRLS' SERVICE CLUB 187 J Y c 1 as at 4 l Mr. Lawrence Kresse Arthur Young Eric Kresse Donnie Courvllle Sponsor President Vice-President Secretary 1 L 45 -5255 ft "W" is 5 5" 2 " ' t' -f , :gi b is s X vp ig-:. 61,3 . JE . Q -X , M H -' E w lxil A S1 , ,. , ,,,, .,, JY... i :I 1 Q I 5 If 4 41" ' A 5 v 3 gl In 7 1 ' i..l il .. . . T L, if w 5, T .f..5gl1e,,e. '- L 2 1 , .1 ffif ,':'Ef5ili.lf 'R T ' eg ii-?f'j.F'i V, 'S .Wh A Tfiffw l Greg McFarlain and Troy Drewry Randy Llgh Matt Case Wade Credeur - Treasurer Reporter Historian Representatives NOT PIC TURED: Stephen Bennett ,fI:a.. ,,1 C ...- g Q' L O 's ,v 0 1 l X I x 5 x s 2 N S X ' -I l 1 7' '1' fe oe -. N A1 'IIN ."a1avl' Key Club Has Active Year The Acadiana High Key Club, sponsored by Mr. Lawrence Kresse. lived up to its reputation as one of Acadiana's most elite service clubs. Chosen by teacher nomination, the twen- ty members that comprised Key Club worked on many service projects during the '84-'85 year. Key Club activities included selling football programs, decorating Acadian Village for "Christmas Comes Alive," directing traffic at Festival Acadiens, painting Butler buildings at the Alleman Center and working at St. Joseph's Diner twice a month. Key Club members also cleaned the parking lots after home football games and assisted at Open House. In May, the Key Culb also helped the Kiwanis Club with their annual barbeque. Socials were held during the year with the Girls' Service Club after joint service projects. For Halloween, money was collected for UNICEF, and for Christmas, members went carolling at a nursing home. Ten members attended the Key Club District Convention in New Orleans. Arthur Young was elected as the new Lt. Governor ol Division 7a. 188 KEY CLUB 'mm- , .., ff Q : , X .4 MEMBERS: STANDING L TO R: Wade Credeur, Robert Lake, Andy Prothro, Matt Case, and Benson Young. STANDING FRONT ROW L TO R: Mr. Kresse, Donnie Courville, Stephen Bennett, Matrtin Poirrier, and Eric Kresse. KNEELING L TO R: Randy Ligh, Darrin Menard, Mazi Hayatdavoudi, Arthur Young. NOT PICTURED: Greg McFarlain, Bryan Young, Troy Drewry, Patrick Paclik, Todd Clements, and Adam Decuir. If 3 ELI, s ,Q CARING . . . OUR WAY OF LIFE 3153 0.731 ' ' Nev, "" T ' F '10 My ,, ' 11:2 , m W M g H 1,974 'Q gg 9 aim 5K f me ,. mi H . U , it .N , KEY CLUB 189 RANIPAGE STAFF Allyson Melancon Anna Lentjes Co Editor Co-Editor Y B, 4 Q Q Q 5 Q QE 3 U , i '4 Vicki Chauvin Business Manager 2' .I K 9 " 1. N , as.. FQ. . .' . X ,K 1 A ' J 4 fe! , , , " 0- A -I . is .. . Q - I F-,, Y 'Y' .2 , XV N '-.i ,V N if ' " E AW A -I ,-7 , '95 .ff uf-5.-ii o A . A lf. G, Q3 S- rf ' "ff Erica Francis Kelly Kreamer Advertising Manager Sports Editor 190 RAMPAGE SENIOR LEADERSHIP . -ws, Amy Medlin Jodi Monaghan Reporter Reporter T Q5 3 S, S A' A . Kristy Patterson Reporter 3 Stephanie Pons Kim Ratliff Reporter Artist RAMPAGE 191 SENIOR DEDICATIO Th Th b Kathy Welp Rep t Sports Editor Q S D ny Za ad cs Repo te 05613 192 RAM PAGE QS XG RAMPAGE JUNIDRS iij X rrH"': Carol Banna Julie Chaney Laura Elliott Reporter Reporter Reponer Patti Jung Stacie Kibodeaux Tonya WHHOD Ms. lgathy Mosing Assistant Business R6D0f19f Reporter ponsor Manager Wins Awards investigating . . . Reporting . . . On the move . . . Rampage Staff! With guidance from Mrs. Kathy Mosing, the 1984-85 Rampage 'staff completed a successful year of both searching out and reporting the school news. The editors for this school year were Allyson Melancon and Anna Lentjes. The staff was composed of thirteen seniors and six juniors. . This year, the Rampage staff won the American School Press Association Contest which' judged the newspaper's creativity and content. Attending.District Literary Rally in Journalism was Kathy Welpwhotplaced 2nd. The journalism award given to the outstanding Rampage senior was presented to Vicki Chauvin. . With the help of their new word processor, the 1984- 85 Rampage staff carried on the tradition of successful- ly relaying news that was more accurately produced. RAMPAGE 193 EXTRA!! EXTRA!! fx' im . 5' ' nf iii'.iff5212.2Xi?f3fi.L1fi?7'T3T!fi15X1lf553 A555 X JZ"- 194 RAM PAGE 'tmq-fi STAFF IN ACTIDN w 3' wav' X l x g PD ,? ' L A.-J President Trang Nguyen 'xSP Treasurer Missy Lutgring i Reponer Secretary Sean Hundley Stephanie Pons NATIONAL HONQR OCI ETY QZIQSE? N C7 .457 C::::::: Q C::::::: E i bg ? Food Chairman Parliamentarian Carrie Campbell Stephen Sprouse IIIIIIIII' it If .A I Vice-President Anna Lentjes Historian Chi Phan 196 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 'SL -Q 3 'vii' 'QW' ' 'Hur Vicki Chauvin Kelly Kreamer Kim Marty Mary Matese we is f- N"' ' Q A A A -QS, 1 x i' fi" Rich Strysniewicz Heidi Broussard Nanette Arceneaux Tammy Lopez Y viii I 3 1 Denise Landry Leigh Ransonei Randy Ligh Julie Chaney "". '43 Jeannie Savoy Emu: NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 197 l Mrs. Vera Prather Mrs. Carol Long Mrs Mary Chandler Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor 'T National Honor Society Completes Service Proieots Q 'fr- The Acadiana High School chapter of the National Honor Society initiated several group service projects this year. At Thanksgiving, the members and sponsors put together a basket composed of canned goods, fruits, and a large turkey and brought it to a needy family in Lafayette. Food and Christmas presents were supplied to another needy family at Christmas time in what members considered to be a very enriching experience. In March the NHS sponsored the annual blood drive at AHS working together with the United Blood Services of Lafayette. The members also performed in- dividual service projects on which they turned in reports to their respective sponsors. All in all, it was a very suc- cessful year for the group. Z: E , 'ogy l 3 X XX r V tx x W -cw. - Q wif ff V ' L il' V f?'ws-7 N . ..,. .4 'ffrfg' SW? WEL, , i ,tg tr, ooo yo' ' 198 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY gov Rhonda Harmon President Q Lisa Campbell Reporter 46" -42' Tiffany Champagne Arlene Hernandez ai. g -N m! 3, Vice-President Secretary Deatrice McCauley Mrs. Rees Treasurer Sponsor .110 Tommy Clark Sherri Duhon ......-w' Q I wr" 9 N X Greg Guilbeau Wendy Reynolds Tammy Hernandez Adam Thibodeaux -Q l l Robert Morrow Vicki Chauvin Julie Liebert President Vice-President Secretary 3 LM. f-.XVk,. . . Wendy Courville Jennifer Smith Marc Landry Tony Leblanc Reporter Treasurer Historian Asst. Historian 3 an an an an 'W fist QQ., 4'J ' , l L..- I ! if 2' L 4 ,, I 5. 'L , A . J in I 3 SEA TED L TO R: Amy Wang, Patricia Maxey, Chi Phan, Jennifer Noland, Michelle Phillips, and Karen Thibodeaux. KNEELING L TO R: Pam Sargent, Rane Carter, Elizabeth Briggs, Toby Matthiev, Brian Michaud, Vicki Chauvin, and Carol Gay. STANDING L TO Ft: Randy Ligh, Brian Broussard, Jolie Lafleur Brian Brenham, Jennifer Krupp, Farrell Foreman, Julie Liebert, Wayne Gauthier, Cheryl Welborn, Marc Landry, Arlene Ligh, Jason Vesper, and Donna Hebert. 200 FRENCH CLUB X, mm? 5 i f , 0 f I in :- V if . 2 . fy N- ff 2 'Rm 4-gg at g i i . , '85, ,ck M .H y I I 'L -at ttf . . V' ' K . -,L 5 5 ' l SPONSORS: STANDING L TO Fl: Mrs. Villadiego, Mr. Doucet, and Mrs. Buckley. F .fe 3, '- ia? f if firm W .. aQ"'u "US 'Quv -r' his The French Club participated in Foreign Language Festivals at LSUE and USL. The group also attended a convention in Alexandria, competed at Flally, and at- tended a regional officers' meeting where Paul Miller was chosen regional president. Foreign Language Week found the French Club work- ing hard, but having lots of fun. Members hung signs and colorful posters around campus to promote the French language and culture. Elementary schools were treated to the club's French production of "Little Red Riding Hood." Other activities included a competition in a Parish Poster contest where Chancey Martin placed second and Karen Thibodeaux placed third. A cooking contest featuring both French and Acadian foods was also held in May. In addition, the club hosted the regional Alcfes picnic. FRENCH CLUB 201 lls Sont Partis li b . ,I .ft . .. . STANDING L TO R: Matthew Kibodeaux, Bruce Cook, Donnie Courville, Scott Yarbrou h, Mike L t ' K B tt C CI'f1 Robert Folson, Rusty Richard, Kevin Louvierre. MIDDLE ROW L TO R: Stephen Benneg, Honey BJoggPgaux?g2rlauSie?g, Afnrg Media Rebecca Hollingsworth, Arthur Young, Robert Morrow, Pam Sergeant, Carol Banna, Dense Chalsson. KNEELING L TO R: Allyson Melancon Celeste Broussard, Michelle Boudreaux, Danielle Wright, Kathy Welp, Tammy Huntington, Eric Francis, Denris Staton, Vicki Chauvin, and Jodi Monaghan. Beta Club, one of Acadiana's honor clubs, participated in various activities to benefit the school. Early in October, the annual membership drive was held, followed by a candlelight induction for the new members. The Annual candy cane sales at Christmas proved to be very successful. Students found pleasure in not only receiving the candy canes before Christmas, but also in buying them for their friends and teachers. The club's district convention was held in Breaux Bridge. Members at- tended and placed second in school competition. At the end of the year, the club participated in the March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon. The year proved to be a very big success as the sponsors and members eagerly participated in many activities. l OFFICERS: STANDING L TO R: Arthur Young, Cory Clifton, Vicki Chauvin, Robert Folsom, Erica Francis. KNEELING L TO R: Danielle Wright and Tammy Huntington. 202 BETA CLUB jg Q . rg, F113 ' .1"i,:s,sf::g.Qw -?i??a gggrigg- R5 , i I 1. 1 ,..l Um ' I Q' ' " f I T 1' W W .1 I , 1 - tl I I 5' I . - 5 A 1 .. . n v . 5 I if mx i it A f.. .S SPONSORS Mrs. Aguillard, Mrs. Cappel, and Mrs. Harmon v t 5 1 t,,,,Mf S G 'hz' -93. - f. ' 'V F MEMBERS: STANDING L TO R: Theresa Thibeaux, David Fullerton, Neal Malveaux, Gwendolyn Gary, Far- rel Foreman, and David Gates. KNEELING L TO Fl: Shawn Blanchard, Paul Henry, and Sara Thompson. N v J 'X Sponsor Ms. Louella Cook WTI. ...l .vh..-....Ji ,rye A Acadiana has a new club that has been added to the school program. P.R.I.D.E. is a club concerned with the brotherly relationship be- tween all people. This year the P.R.l.D.E. organization took a trip to the World's Fair to visit and learn more about the many different places in the world. The group also hosted a Black History pro- gram in February. Individuals made posters to display in the cafeteria, while entertain- ment was provided by par- ticipating parish schools. Groups sang, danced, and gave humorous interpreta- tions. Guest speakers also focused on black history topics. P,R.l.D.E. is spon- sored by Ms. Louella Cook. P.R.I.D.E. P.Fl.I.D.E. 203 FUTURE FARMERS QF AMERUGA jw, ra, 1 i ' A s"""""'i' ' ' FFA MEMBERS: SITTING L TO R: Jeff Breaux, John Hebert, Glenn McCall, Curtis Janice, Stephanie Brasseaux, Mike Guidry, and Scotty Mire. KNEELING L TO R. Kyle Cahanin, Paul Romero, Lance Theriot, Wayland Bourque, Damon Menard, Troy Dartez, Tony Credeur, Clyde Guilbeau, Ebbie Breaux, Greg Foreman, and Dor Barron. STANDING L TO FI: Karl Turner, Damion Guidry, Ryan Turner, Tommy Clark, Tony Touchet, Joel Domingue, Dirk Menard, Greg Guilbeau, Chad Marks Mike Alleman, Randall Pellerin, Danny Guidry, Tony LeBlanc, Jodie Terro, David White, Larry Trahan, Tommy Broussard, Stuart Morvant, Paul Bourque, Tin' Bourque, Kevin Delhomme, and Kelly LeBlanc. i 51 Sponsor OFFICERS Mr. Bernell LeJeune STANDING L TO R: Darryl Hoffpauir - Parliamentairan, David Bourque - Sentinel, Blaine Latiolais - Reporter, Kevin Breaux - Treasurer, Jason Boudreaux - Secretary, Bart Hains - President. NOT PICTURED: Dion Alleman - Vice-President. Judging Teams Vital to FFA One of the most important aspects of the agricultural program is judg- ing team competitions. Our FFA competes with a Senior Chapter and a Freshman Chapter. In the Area lll contest, sixty of the top teams from Southwest LA compete to determine the teams eligible for state. The Milk Quality team placed 2nd, Freshman Dairy Cattle judging team placed 4thg Senior Livestock team also received 4thg Senior Poultry judging team ranked 5th and the Freshman Poultry judging team placed 7th. At the Top 16 State Contest, the Milk Quality team placed 5th. Major award winners for the year included Bart Hains who received the Star Chapter Farmer award. Named as outstanding senior was Dion Alleman, outstanding juniors were Stephanie Brasseaux and Jason Boudreaux and outstanding sophomore was Troy Dartez. Star Greenhand awards went to Scotty Mire and Glenn McCall. Freshmen, Tony Touchet and Greg Foreman, and seniors, Damon Menard and Dirk Menard, all received Leadership pins. At rally competition, Glenn McCall placed 3rd in Ag lg Tony Credeur received 3rd in Ag llg Jason Boudreaux placed 2nd in Ag Illg and Bart Hains received ist in Ag IV. WELDING TEAM AND MEAT IDENTIFICATION TEAM KNEELING L TO Fi: Curtis Janice and Kevin Delhomme - Meat Identification team. STANDING L TO Fr: Kelly LeBlanc, Ryan Turner, Jody Terro and Tony Leblanc - 204 FFA Welding team. and Clyde Gullbeau. RALLY STUDENTS STA TE FARMER DEGREES N TO R: Jason Boudreaux - Ag lll, BartHains - Ag IV, Tony Credeur - Ag KNEELING L TO R: Kevin Breaux, Blaine Latiolais, Dirk Menara, and Damon Menam. I and Glenn MCC H - A I STANDING L TO R: Bart Hains, Joel Domingue, Jason Boudreaux, Stuart Morvant, and Tom- ' a 9 ' my Clark. LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING TEAM KNEELING L TO Troy Dartez, Kyle Cahanin, Randall Pellerin, Jeff Breaux, and Jon Hebert. KNEELING L To H: Damon Menard, Wayland Bourque' and Chad Marks. STANDING L-TO R. Joel Domlngue, Paul Bourque, Greg Gullbeau, Carl Turner, Kevin Breaux, STANDING L To R: Darryl Hoffpauir' DAvid Bourque' and Mike Anemanl POULTRY JUDGING TEAM DAIRY PRODUCTS JUDGING TEAM L TO R: Jason Boudreaux, Lance Theriot, Bart Hains, Stephanie Brasseaux, L TO R: Blaine Latiolais, Dirk Menard, Tommy Clark, and Tim Bourque. and Mike Guidry. NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE JUDGING TEAM SOIL JUDGING TEAM KNEELING L TO R: Tony Touchet, Scotty Mire, and Glenn McCall. KNEELING L TO R: Glenn McCall, Jeff Breaux, and Scotty Mire. STANDING STANDING L TO R: Stuart Morvant, Greg Foreman, Paul Romero and David L TO R: Don Barron, Greg Foreman, Tony Touchet, and Stephanie White. Brasseaux. FFA 205 Mar l WEE 'A 5 i . Q if 6, s pi E :I Co-President Co-President Vice-President Secretary Monica Jefcoat Grady Price Cory Clifton Melodie Arceneaux . 'T ., Q t x f ,, ,M V - Treasurer Reporter Historian Historian Paige Guidry Kelly Kreamer Celeste Broussard Kim Ratlih , , f V-X as AUM fx -.2 -1 E 5 I . 41 1 R09 my , 7 ' -- iv, 'Wi ' I fn LION TAMERS: L TO R: David Gary, SENIORS BOARD MEMBERS JUNIOR BOARD MEMBER Michelle Roy, and Shane Louviere. Cynthia Perron, and Doug Granger Rachel Harmon 206 LEO LLUQQWQ D14 fc? A wmES'f , N SOPHOMORE BOARD MEMBERS SWEETHEARTAND BEAU SPONSORS Jason Clifton, and NOT PICTURED: MonicaJefcoat and Shane Louviere. Ms. Patricia Ducote and Mr. Harold Michelle Simon. Mouton. 3 Y' 1 I l I I I II I Y I U - Es C3 F3 ,Y ' ii Av ffl ., v 54" L' fr ' ' il D V V J 'L . is ASQ r es . ls- ' B J ,":lY w 3' S ' fv . f . f L 4 , . g sl? -A 2 ' . . 5 J 1 Q A L A K L Y 4 . - is 1 or ' 'A ' 1' f ' , I V . 2 M. M ! I , F- , K ii 2 'xxx MEMBER: PICTURED ABOVE SITTING L TO R: Sidney Potier, Cindi Ardoin, Kathy Domenico, Kelly Duhon, Susan Duhon, Monica Jefcoat, Grady Price, Leigh Ransonet, Roslynd White, Melodie Arceneaux, Bridget Dugas, MariBeth Daigle, Stephanie Judice, and Laura Doughtery. KNEELING L TO R: Jan Latiolais, Lauri Fontenot, Cory Gordon, Hannah Taunton, Celeste Broussard, Angie Dunlap, Lisa Oser, Kathy Meagher, Roxanne Andrus, Candi Bowden, Jeff Pelletier, Kathy Welp, Kelly Kreamer. THIRD ROW L TO R: Jenny Frederick, Beth White, Michelle Boudreaux, Dee Dee Fontenot, Allyson Melancon, Cynthia Perron, Amy Lee, Kara Kennon, Michelle Roy, Rachelle Harmon, Danielle Wright, Brandy Stubblefield, Sheri Toups, Jill Kirk and Tammy Huntington. BACK ROW L TO R: Shane Louviere, Brian Blanchard, Robert Folsom, Jason Clifton, Brian Richard, Todd Granberry, Doug Granger, David Gary, Tommy Cox, Doug Palombo, Joey Pellerin, Michael Lutgring, Mike Pelletier, and Cory Clifton. LEO 207 208 LEO Leo Club Serves Community Being in a service club means helping with various com- munity activities, and that's just what the Leo Club did this past year. They not only worked on a local level at events such as the Festival de Acadien, Spring Famiy Fair and Christmas Comes Alive program, but they also helped with national projects including holding a "Shamrocks for Dystrophy" collection, helping with the Jerry Lewis Telethon, and collecting donations for St. Jude's Hospital. To compensate for this hard work, parties and soclals were held for the club members. The end-of-the-year social was held at the Scott Lion's Club. li f My It l F" , e. ,kts H be 'gi , s s X. sv ,Ngj x is A N Q, - . ,..,M L K I i 5 K im, , , .5 'YN ' L ff m., 1 . i R I J f"f X sr 45 'TL U? fs. I FE N, S Q T... j JN, F I. I 4 sf JK X M l 3 3 JS LX LEO 209 swwewfueluw in T7 SS ly 55,5- 1'dY'i if lv OFFICERS: KNEELING L TO FI:LBrandon Elliott - Vice-Presldent, David Gary - Parliamentarlan, Ran- dy Ligh - Treasurer, and Amy Lee - Secretary. SITTING L T0 R: Laura Elliot! - Secretary, Ashley Stockstill - President, and Toni Perdomo - Vice-President. e'o lyxy 9? ' 4 A A - ' h ll,1 i 4 ' -a..f rlr r i xg n ,r 5 'xr .7 A iam. 9 ,w"" X 5 ef f I l I Drama Sweetheart and Beau A' ' X Kathy Domenico and Paul Adams 21of+sPEEcH SQUAD X l Y S4 if - 'LVLULH' MQzw,5 nfl 'fmxsrfb , if ,.. X-a..,1 ,t -l AJ '1 . fn Speech Sponsor Drama Sponsor Mrs. Marilyn Kleban Mr. Kathy Domenico The Acadiana High Speech Squad, after a very competitive year, finished 3rd in the state at the Louisiana Tournament of Champions. On the debate team, Bryan Young and Kenneth Bassinger tied with Laura Elliot and Randy Ligh for 3rd place in Intermediate Cross debate, Donnie Courville and Stephen Bennett finished 9th in the Junior Debate division, Mike Blue tied for 2nd and Laura Elliot came in 6th inthe Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking: Dorsey Knott captured 4th place in Humorous interpretation, and Kathy Domenico placed 8th in Prose! Poetry and the Dramatic interpretation. W fill MEMBERS: BACK ROW L T0 Fi: Mike Muse, Brian Young, Doug Palombo, Martha Mur- phy, Laura Elliot, Marcus Foot, Jennifer Krupp, Donnie Courvllle, and Stephen Ben- nett. MIDDLE ROW L TO Fi: Jennifer Daspit, Joli LaFleur, Toni Perdomo, Amy Lee, Ashley Stockstill, Gwen Gar- rett, Tracey Brunt, Crystal Everett, and Amanda Ander- son. KNEELING L TO Fi: Kenneth Bassinger, Dorsey Knott, Tammy Willingham, Kathy Domenico, Lisa Porter and Daidra Barefoot. l SPEECH SQUAD i 211 baf- .gas President Vice-President Roxanne Andrus Theresa Thibeaux Secretary Tammy Lopez Co-Historian Co-Historian Laura Restall Sarah Thompson FBLA on the Move FBLA members had little time to rest between activities this year. The of- ficers, accompanied by Mrs. Price, attended the Southern Regional Leader- ship Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. District Convention was held in Cecila and the State Convention took place in Baton Rouge. Acadiana picked up numerous wins at the district competition, Receiving 1st places were John Broussard - Business Math, Dennle Edwards - Entrepreneur- ship, Michelle Miller - Job Interview, Michelle Fleaux - Accounting Ilg Paul Le - Mr. FLBA3 and Melodie Arceneaux and Paul Le - Poster Contest. Superiors were also given to Glenda Duhon - Office Procedures: Stephanie Thibodeaux - Accounting lg and Erica Francis - Business English. Students who placed at the District Convention were also eligible for state competition. AHS walked away with several places including a 1st in Office Procedures for Glenda Duhon and in Job Interview for Michelle Miller, John Broussard also received 2nd in Business Mathematics and Stephanie Thibodeaux received 3rd in Accounting I. 4th place awards went to Michelle Fleaux in Accounting ll and Dennie Edwards in Entrepreneurship. Members of the club attended several social events including a Thanksgiving covered dish supper and a Christmas party at Roxanne An' drus' home. The end-of-the-year banquet was held at Don's Seafood Hut. At that time, members of the month were recognized and awards were distributed. Named Member of the Year was Kathryn Broussard. The club was also honored by a visit from the FBLA state president, James "Benjy" Dailey, from New Orleans. He spent the day getting ac- quainted with AHS students and attended the banquet that night. 212 FBLA l Co-Reporter Denris Staten ees' Co-Treasurer Co-Treasurer Stephanie Thibodeaux Glenda Duhon ,Y - f J s . .rf A X ' X i .., ,D A Y ' X - -. TAX' i X., f' W f Wu' ., 'A , . t 4 -1 - A . . ' Y 'V .2 Z A - . 3,1 L six , 'J adn.,-a L 7 ' ' f ' N 1 We ff5"'ii.,li"'r"ff"s- 'i - Hiff 'EM I QF. ' "'I:iGf-M' . f 9 'til K M ff v-PM 1' ' . It .. Melodie Arceneaux 735 L sir' ' . r, 'fifxffxfg r , ' " 1" 92fQf' x'H his if J , 1 , 6 l .N eq .7 2 l fi iii? aj, j K Q Q ,, , Kathryn Broussard Jennifer Edney Peggy Huval Jason Lopez Nanette Arceneaux Sheila Darby Dennie Edwards U Monica Jefcoat I N Ds NIP' Beatrice Mata Marlo Austin Jeannette Broussard Nedra Davis Abbie Dugas David Gates Melissa Geisel Denise Landry Myra Lasseigne Patrick Morrison Wendy Ours John Broussard Melanie Duhon Tammy Huntington Andrea Lavergne Michelle Reaux FBLA 213 214 FBLA i'i' i Iiulllllllll une Lisa Stutes Cherie Sutherland Lisette Taylor Nicky Witherwax Q L Y'-P . L I In I' , I ., I I, gp, V E f T4 J S3 , E FBLA STA TE CONVENTION PARTICIPANTS KNEELING L TO R: Michelle Reaux and Theresa Thibeaux. SITTING L TO R: Melodie Arceneaux, Sarah Thompson Michelle Miller Glenda Duhon and Erica Francis. STAN- DING L TO R: Dennie Edwards, Paul Le, Beatrice Mata, John Broussard, Roxanne An- drus, and Stephanie Thibodeaux. l I V my , V "" ""' m , I 4 M 5 -7 x ' A I X lx . if , I ,I ' 1 , I I , 4 x yr l .,,. lg! Y w xx, SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS A L TO R: Glenda Duhon, Laura Restall, Stephanie Thibodeaux, Sarah Thompson, Tammy Lopez, ' Theresa Thibeaux, Roxanne Andrus, and Mrs. E. Price. I ,ft P I 'J Sponsor Ms. Louella Cook STUDENT ADVISORY: STANDING L TO R: Matt Case, Chad Gothreaux, Chad Anderson, Leah Nash, Todd Granberry, Denris Staten, Paul Paris, Cassandra McZeal, and Brian Ozenne. KNEELING L TO Fl: Debbie Granberry, Kathy Menard, Susan Duhon, Leslie Vincent and Celeste Broussard. STUDENT IMDVHSSRY SIFJESS TEAM 36 L Sponsor Mr. George Brown CHESS CLUB: STANDING L TO R: Greg Naenz, Arthur Young, Robert Lake, Mark DeShaver, Paco Schoonover, and Mr. George Brown. KNEELING L TO R: Benson Young, Mike Keller, John Broussard, Buddy Manuel, and James Carroll. STUDENT ADVISORYICHESS TEAM 215 READY FOR LLY INDUSTRIAL ARTS At the 16th Annual Area II Industrial Arts Rally at USL this year, Acadiana walked away with many honors. In first place was Shawn Hoss in Power Mechanics, Tony LeBlanc in Advanced Metalworking, Keith Wicker in Ar- chitectural Drawingg and Benson Young in Advanced Technical Drawing. In second place was Matthew Kebodeaux in Advanced Techincal Drawing. In third place was Harold Duffy, Mark Patin and Sean Ratzlaff in a Group Project. Fourth place went to Chuck Galligan, Rene Larriviere, Randy Pittman and Ronald Richard in a Group Project. This year, Mr. Cooper's Industrial Arts club was recognized by KLFY's Ed Marshall for occupying first, second and third at the Regional Rally for ten consecutive years. Paul Le was honored with the United States Leadership Merit Award, as well as 22 other students who were asked to attend the United States Achievement Academy. 216 INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS STA TE HALL Y RESUL TS. BENSON YOUNG placed 1st in Advanced Technical Drawing MATTHEW KEOBODEAUX placed 3rd in Advanced Technical Drawing KEITH WICKEFI received 3rd place in Architecture SHA WN HOSS placed 4th in Advanced Power Mechanics W L.. v Qil l Sponsor Mr. Chris Cooper PICTURED AT LEFT: Pam Breaux concentrates on a drafting design. PICTURED BELOW LEFT: Drafting is an exciting challenge for Cory Francis. ,I frfiiz ,f me R' vi? OFFICERS: L TO R: Cody Baker - Treasurer, Keith Wicker - Vice-President, and Tony Marty - President. : Rl' .... , xr- N... CLUB MEMBERS: STANDING L TO R: Harold Duffy, Sean Ratzlaff, Jimmy Bailey, Randall Haywood, Rene Larriviere, Randy Pittman, Mark Richard, Geary McDonald, Rusty Manuel, Bub- ba Savell, Paul Millette, Roderick Touchet, and Ron Richard. KNEELING L TO R: Chad Sonnier Shawn Hoss, Rene Breaux, Cody Baker and Barry Naquin. SITTING L TO R: Tres Leger, Keith Wicker, Matthew Kebodeaux, Benson Young, and Wade Trahan. 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MIDDLE ROW L TO Fi: Abby Roblchaux, Heather Lehmann, Beth Sum- mers, Laina Dutton, Nikki Gates, Cassie Young, Paula Meaux, and Jennifer Myers. BACK ROW L TO R: Cherie Massey, Susan Sheumaker, Laurie Reynolds, Lisa Snell, Shawn Blanchard, and Angie Steward. GADET GI-IDRUS SE00 D H0 R SITTING FRONT ROW L TO R: Shirees I ilk, " L, ! QQ if '4- i 'r' S A a L, . fi V1 it ' Sm fi? L, fi exif? Perry, Sonya Johnson, Sherri Franks, W Raney Migl, Gaynell Caruthers, Nikki Dom- ingue and Candie Loweni. MIDDLE ROW q A T0 R: Chantel Bordelon, Wendy Aiiemr B ' , Tonl ,Travis, Stacey Gaston, Hee' , 1 V- V Rqihchlld, Cynthia Dugas, Denise ' and Nechelle Robichaux. BACK RO' ' Fi: Shawn Hebert, Tanya Breanyr 7 Q 1 Stringfeiiow, Missy Foret, Stacey' ' ,. . 5 , X Chad Anderson. NOT PICTUFIED4 L ' " X f ' f La 'S I vergne X in Q A4 :T J ' A ,.., . , , wh-rf" 4 f ' f Lays ex X 1 5, IW? , 184454 'Af - fn, .L - . . , ia D if , Q T, ,L , W 1,3 , , A! W ., -, V --.v 1 9 .. 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KNEELING L TC Fl: Daniel Seidel, Leigh Ann Sheumaker, Julie Morales, Donna Orgeron, Amy Stewart, Kim McCafferty, Elizabeth Briggs, Jackie Bertrand and Don Berry STANDING L TO Fl: Stephen Bennet, Raymond Johns, Todd Clement, Farrel Foreman, Brian Ozenne, Matthew Washington, Damon Constantine anc Michael Keller. Q? -Q3 'arc' , orrlcnns L to R: Julie Guidry -- President, Farrel Foreman - Vice-President, Jackie Ber- trand - Secretary, Damon Constantine - Vice-President, Amy Stewart -- Social Chairman and Amy Bernos -- Reporter. ' G Q t 2 i 5 rg ilk.: I V5 so I vw: if F? 'iii if i f OFFICERS: KNEELING L TO R: Kara Kennon and Roslyn White. STANDING MIDDLE ROW L TO R: Amy Stewart, Beth White, Lisa Wilkinson, Angie Duniap, and Jason Clifton. STANDING BACK HOW L TO R: Cory Clifton, Randy Mata, and Stephen Sprouse. Q ff - t " I, Q1 'Af'-Lf ll ' I 1 E 'ig L -if X . 5 .Neff--I-+172 .NL ,Q nz. .,,, , ,,,,,,? 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' 'HB l Kelly Kreamer David Gary Amy Medlin 7 X sw., Rich Strysniewicz Stephen Sprouse Arthur Young -' '::f"f:-v'?:'-- r-1 5-'fn f-'-w-'f-f- .LIS v W- .,...,, of e r - i Lr zf 5t!'kgNN:i-.T.':'..'.1.':.1.'3:.4 1: :..:.L'. LLM, , J. s,n,:7,1.,., ' 3 ' M umm, W P , ... .L . .-.,...,,.....i,L. ' ' ' ' I LL.-,..f......Q 4 ' ,alumn- M., , O , K. L ' ' 1 . . ,,h.......,,,,....44ili.nn.nA X H .J I Q I . x - , I J 5'- M 1 4 226 SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY Ll if X LI Luis Meza Adrian Costa 1ChiId sponsored bythe club All. 'I n , xs- .Q l ii ,-1 ' ,, ,,,g.,,.z., inducted ..,,. 3 cb 5 :- en -1 rn - f , f ' FRONT now L TO Rf Tiffany ffm sa Parrish Mary Matese Kell Mar- . - - 4. siglia Cindy Ardoin Lisa Le, ' i 2, 'ff T- Beth White and Rebecca Holl- Wi ma Babino Nichole Broussard Cory Clifton, Erica . T .' f Francis Kathy Gill Staci Stover, A v . H.: rv S' Q, K Stacy Thorton and Craig Yar- . , .. it 1 brough. BACK ROW L TO Ft: Brian Blanchard Mark DeShazer Doug Palombo, Carrol Patin, Kim Hoffpauir, Dwight I . 'fl X , f, 0 .- .2 -4 s x as-ta-1 r- - -. O 'W Q xp WMM-WF Yue--31 K M ' , c ,,.,,,,, K rg' "T"-I 3? 2' K., if 6 . X . 'iff K ,ft -1 .K 1' A xg., ME 1 -S. 'QR f w -M "' QM-A igjf. :- V 12 .. eg., "" W W5 1 ' xx .V T224 '? naw .N fs, - 14" M W .a Y 5. to 197 5 . . 9 . . 5 5' z E en ' U I- E - ,fn .. . 2 N 1 5 :- -4 O 37 xv' ff" T 0 t --,I S i 2 , 7 x -I P W f H X Kaufman, and Ben Waggoner. FC Il ll" V Trip to Spain Proves Educational The Spanish Honor society is a national organization for Spanish students who have maintained a high average for three semesters. This year 23 members were inducted. They were: Cindy Ardoin, Wilma Babino, Brian Blanchard, Nichole Broussard, Cory Clifton, Mark DeShazer, Erica Francis, Kathy Gill, Kim Hoffpauir, Rebecca Holl- ingsworth, Dwight Kaufman, Lisa Le, Keli Marsiglia, Mary Matese, Doug Palombo, Tiffany Parrish, Carol Patin, Mayra Rodriguez, Staci Stover, Stacy Thornton, Ben Waggoner, Beth White, and Craig Yarbrough. The Spanish Honor Society sponsored a young boy, Adrian Costa lrom Uruguay, through the Salesian Missions. Each month they send money to the mission in Uruguay lor the clothing, education, and feeding of Adrian. The society also raised money lor the annual scholarship to study in Saltillo, Mexico. This year's recipient was Kim Hoftpauir. Once again the group sponsored a trip to a Hispanic country. This year a group of 39 students travelled to Madrid. Spain. While they were there they visited the Royal Palce in Madrid, The Valley of the Fallen, the cities of Avila and Toledo, and viewed the Roman Aqueduct and the famous Alcazar in Segoria. The trip proved to be a very educational experience for everyone. 'Www Society L TO R: Sr. Jose Montiel - guest speaker, Arthur Young - Secre- tary!Reporter, Amy Medlin - Presi- d e nt , S t e p h e n Sprouse - Trea- surer, and Mrs. Rebecca Li ne- berger - Sponsor. SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 427 LES MEMCIRES YEARBOOK STAFF hn.-.--..,d.q- ffff lk Al 9 n r 4 i illlnnll I ' 228 LES MEMOIRES -f , :Q-ig, ., ,il Edii0f Co-Editor Business Manager Melodie Arceneaux Cory Gordon Chi Phan 'B 5 f Q '6 f , 5 X S Q11 34' 473' 24 . ,L , E, , iff- , . , iZ.,1 W ' " V Wk" , ' " , ai j W 1 5 so 56 4' it y t "'q'b JG' y 7 " Tiff, V ,, 73 -, , - X -- .nga 4-mmm -fi ...4 K is 5.-U ,F L . . Tf-fi Stacey Holmes Sean HUUUIGY Photographer 552.611 A ' f' V LQ L. .ka-A 33? Z rm Q of Lynette Landry Mike Pelletier is MOFIFCS JSfCOBi X' iff' Sf ii 1 'ffffx 5 1 N5 2 N ' ' , ., - . xii . r , ,, , E A 5 A L err JI . T, .. ta n, is , . .M ' , gf- ' Brian Richard Head Photographer LES MEMOIRES 229 lr' 'i I L James Alleman 230 LES MEMOIRES n David Lay 1.1..iT. Lei -- ,af K1 r ,v . z 5 . sg' Tgr,il'Q2gm'T' ' Q ' 1.-.,. fy.- JZ. .,.. are 4:11, T 1 E ' i Y 1 f LT .:.T,:V' 5 inf , T . r . r , ,l rv T. K -1: ja! f"'iIi'I 4 ff . T X' Q1 ' V 1 i' I ' " . Q, , r I 's ff 41 , ,ah I ' r w 53 fix '17, A H, Celeste Broussard Artist f ' if .. . fa e , V , CSL-' Q, f.I 3, , ,J an ' '. " A V. . . ,L , I A L fr" ,,' X :lx ' ! arg? 1 , b , Y L , ' ' " ZWZ-' K W W-1!.l ev 'S 0 -. D , L 15 .1 1-fx. 4 ,1 if if J, 1 V29 . ji, 4. rr ,U g, if M . , . , V L Patrick Paclik Tammy Huntington 1: ff'?'ib :if ' A ljufi 1 6 . KV N C ', A, T44 X 'Q M. ,A X. ,J Q. ew fx .W if" , Jennifer Posey -1- ' sh., . 1 R 4 1 .X if f Xt. X .f fmt. fin' 'UK rv... if U x ' r 'X A! - 1 I we 4 J V9 ' 3, T AW -X s, Ji' . Hannah Taunton Arthur Young Wanda Ortego Sponsor Photographer Pica People Create New Sections As soon as last year's books were distributed, the old and new members of the 1984-85 staff started on a new book. The staff worked hard selling ads and plan- ning layouts for another successful book. This year's members spent many hours creating new sections in the yearbook including "Trends of the '8O's" which presented a student survey, "ln Pursuit of Cash" which spotlighted working seniors, and "Senior Profiles" which honored outstanding seniors. When the staff wasn't hard at work drawing layouts, taking pictures, and writing copy, they were often searching for new designs that would continue to ensure a contemporary publication for the students of AHS. s Editors for the year were Melodie Arceneaux and Cory Gordon, both three-year veterans on the staff. Not only were they in charge of the senior farewell and pro- file sections, but they also designed the opening section and worked closely with other staff members. Chi Phan handled the staff's finances and served as typist. Heading up photography was Brian Richard, assisted by Sean Hundley and Ar- thur oung. LES MEMOIRES 231 +R 6 L .Q Q, 3 Q ,N , V . ,MKQM L, .A jiiggw 7 A if Q X ,ng Q x A 2 A, I 232 SENIOR FAREWELL . W A '21, 'f 5 A Q f I M 1 'J V Sf rr .-3 V , 1 1- .-.2 Q1-1. X, 'x Y ,1' THIS PAGE: ABOVE LEFT: Tea for two. ABOVE MIDDLE: Here comes e good-looking prospect. ABOVE RIGHT: My tongue seems to be stuck in my mouthpiece. CENTER LEFT: "You sure did a good fob sewing this shirt to my hand. Can you undo it now?" CENTER RIGHT: "Dear Abby . . ." BELOW: So, Monica, how are the Brahmas7 OPPOSITE PAGE: ABOVE LEFT: "This is gonna hurt me more than it hurts you." ABOVE RIGHT: "Yes Brian, support can be beautiful." BELOW LEFT: Our Gang still iives. BELOW RIGHT: Siamese twins. 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Q' 1. f iff? 1' I , E :sf If I vas Ae, 5 .N I F, 'xr l 5 fi f Wi- 2' 3' ', , , f If flffwiff 1 f 5 . 5 Y..-19 , T' ,v f fa iQ ,i :xg .. K nity Q ii +4 , w in .' -Q ,M . -., in ,, I . Z THIS PAGE: ABOVE LEFT: Love birds. ABOVE CENTER: Chess king, ABOVE RIGHT? Twisted sisters. MIDDLE LEFT: Feeding time. MIDDLE RIGHT: Chef TelI's assistants. BELOW LEFT: He's with me... OPPOSITE PAGE: ABOVE LEFT: "Hi-ho, Silver, and away." ABOVE RIGHT: Country comes to town. BELOW LEFT: "Band Girls." BELOW RIGHT: ,"I finally made il in pictures." SENIOR FAREWELL 235 E E ABOVE: Known for his striving for incon- sistency, BRANDON ELLIOTT was a member of the Science Club, Leo Club, the Quiz Bowl Team, and vice-president of the Speech Squad. His scholarly endeavors netted several scholarships including one from USL and one from Florida College. Since his favorite subject was World History, it is only natural that he will pursue a degree in law. 'Ii .tt ABOVE: Although she was an AHS student for only two years, PAIGE GUIDRY was elected senior class treasurer and treasurer of the Leo Club. She participated in the Junior Miss program and was selected Queen Triton Vl by the Krewe of Triton. 236 SENIOR PROFILES f w LJ AT RIGHT: A member of the Leo Club, yearbook co-editor and Hi- Stepper captain, CORY GORDON enjoyed dancing, modeling and snow skiing in her spare time. She plans to attend LSU to pursue a degree in business and then open up her own. The "sense of family" at AHS was especially memorable for Cory. A Ram baseball player for three years, BRIAN RICHARD was also a Leo Club member, secretary of the Science Club, and the yearbook staff's photographer. He especially liked AHS's sense of unity and pride, qualities that Brian himself has exhibited. he-qv A T RIGHT: MELODIE ARCENEA UX excelled in many ways at AHS. She was voted Miss Merry Christmas and was elected to the Football and Basketball Homecoming Courts. Melodie was editor of the yearbook, reporter for Leo Club and Student Council, a Varsity Cheerleader and a member of the FBLA. She was indeed a symbol of school spirit and pride. H - I I .i H- 1 , AT LEFT: MARC LANDRY'S personal mot- to, or maybe it's his goal in life, is "to love a dozen dozen," like the Cavalier poets of 17th century England. Named one of AHS's first male Varsity Cheerleaders, Marc was well known for his dancing and singing talents. A member of his church choir and the Scott Youth Group, Marc also be- longed to the Leo Club and served as French Club historian. THERESA THIBEAUX believed in getting as much as she could from life. And she did just that as senior class reporter, a Rampage reporter, vice-president of both FBLA and PRIDE, and a member of Leo. Known also for her beauty and poise, Theresa was Senior Class Sweetheart, a maid on the Football and Basketball Homecoming Courts and a maid on the Miss Merry Christmas Court. She sees nursing in her future. me 9 3 3 - I 2 ,ei ' ff . . we ,uf ,I . 4' lg, ! Q -I I J.. - k'W""-'wt . 5, 111 lib? IBOVE: A member OI the band, SEAN HUNDLEY was also the reporter for the National Honor Society ind a photographer for the yearbook staff. Sean eceived a 55.000 academic scholarship and an S800 rand scholarship to USL. His talent in math earned a ,st place in Trigonometry at the District Literary Ral- jf. An honor studnt, Sean maintained a 4.0 average or the last three years of high school. or xi-Wfi' Snr, fi. 4-1. , 1. itiidgv ,, ,W,..W, W K A J? 'S' 7 W 251. ' I ,fe tl NO I il BUV W GENE ABOVE: A born actress, MICHELLE LANDRY won numerous awards in drama competitions. A member of FBLA, PRIDE, and Drama Babies, Michelle also served as Speech Squad reporter. She hopes to major in Business at Grambling State. AT LEFT: "Don't worry about what you can't change, lest another pessimist be born" was a philosophy TOMMY COX tried to remember. Vice-President of the Science Club, he was also a member of the Leo Club, the Spanish Club and the Speech Squad. A former House of Representatives page, Tommy received a 59,000 scholarship to LSU. He enjoys debating, cycling and writing poetry. Tommy hopes to pursue a degree in law. Truman Capote's words "I aspire" have a special significance for MARY MATESE. A National Merit Semi-Finalist, Mary was a member of chorus, the Speech Squad, Science Club, Spanish Honor Society, and National Honor Society. She earned scholarships from USL, LSU and the University of Texas ranging from 53,000 to S14,200. AT LEFT: MICHELLE PHILLIPS served as secretary of Interact and lieutenant for the Pep Squad. A member of the chorus, she was also a three-year member of the French Cub. Michelle enjoys working as a senior girl scout and singing with her church choir. She plans to study educa- -, tion at Lsu. ' I ABOVE: A senior football player, KIM BROUSSARD enjoyed weightlifting, biking, and jogging. Voted "Most Handsome" , ,,., senior boy and Prom King, Kim devoted most of his energy to , the Wreckin' Ram football team for four years. Although his Q favorite course was Medical Life Science, Kim was yet undecid- ' Q ed on a major he hopes to pursue at LSU. r , af' ' X v Q ,X , J, , 3,5 , I Y 276 1 1 36 'ii 'inf' ABOVE: AMY MEDLIN served as president of the Spanish Honor Society and treasurer ol the Science Club. She was also a member of the Leo Club, the Beta Club, and the Senior Spirit Comittee. Amy worked as the Rampage's photographer and literary editor. ln her spare time she enjoyed tennis, swimming, painting, and photography. Amy hopes to major in International Trade and Finance at LSU. An avid sportsman, BRIAN POINDEXTEFI was a member of the Ram football and baseball teams. Awarded All-District and All- Parish 1st Team quarterback, Brian also received the scholastic award for the player with the highest grade point average. He received a half scholarship for football at NW University. Brian hopes to pursue a major in the field of medicine. AT LEFT: A serious music lover, JULIE GUIDFIY worked hard to promote Chorus. Elected sweetheart of the chorus for two years, she placed superior at State Rally and was awarded a chorus scholarship to LSU. An avid tennis player, swimmer and skiier, ANNA LENTJES was co-editor of Rampage, vice-president of National Honor Society, parliamentarian of Student Council, and a member of Leo Club. She particularly enjoys W the "togetherness" of the , - student body in sports, academics and extracur- ricular activities. SENIOR PROFILES 237 AT RIGHT: An accomplished dancing student, LYNETTE LANDRY was named second runner-up to Miss Dance of Louisiana. A senior class represen- tative, she was also a Varsity Cheerleader and a year- book staff member. Named Senior Class Sweetheart, Lynette was also a maid on the Football and Basket- ball Homecoming Courts and the 1985 Prom Queen. CORY CLIFTON may have been a "wild and crazy guy," but he was also involved in school activities. He was vice-president of the Leo Club, parliamentarian of the Spanish Club, food chairman for Beta Club, and a member of the Science Club and Spanish Honor Society. On the Principal's List and the reci- pient of honor certificates, Cory hopes to pursue a degree in dentistry and orthodontics. V I f I -Tl- I I I Q I 4-Q at 59- ABOVE: JANICE COLE served as FHA's local treasurer and the parish's trasurer. Her interest in Home Economics led her to the District Literary Ftally where she placed 4th in Home Economics IV. She . also received the Home Ec. departmental award. But, mathematics has captured her heart, leading her to pursue a degree in accounting. 238 SENIOR PROFILES AT LEFT: SADIE ST. JULIEN was elected Basketball Hoemcoming Queen and a member of the Football Homecoming Court. A member of FBLA, Sadie was also Industrial Arts treasurer and secretary of PRIDE. With a degree in Criminal Justice in her plans, she hopes to specialize in police work with juvenile delinquents. an X a. so W ,':..L,f: - , . . . V e. 'Q P ,xv gt -If it ,S it . .. . . 1 . W if E 5'- mv Q.- r a s , f if I! if "Q,-"F X 1 A ' ' ,f mf B' , fffwfgsf 'PK AT LEFT: STEPHEN SPROUf was Spanish Club president, N tional Honor Society parliame tarian and Spanish Honor Soci ty trasurer. He attained tl Regency Certificate for cor pleting an assigned program academic classes. Stephe received a full tuition scholarsh to Our Lady of the Lake Univer: ty in San Antonio, as well as 33,000 a year scholarship Augustana College. During r leisure time, Stephen enjo snow skiing, biking, art ar coaching soccer. Homecoming queen, CYNTH. PEFIFION was also Stude Council vice-president, Le Club's senior board member ar the lieutenant of the Hi-Stepper Voted Friendliesf Senior Gi Cynthia liked AHS's large st dent body which offered a varie of people and interests whe everyone can find friends th are just right for them. She hopt to attend LSU. AT LEFT: "Keep your feet c the ground and keep reachir for the stars" was STACE HOLMES' personal motto. A active member of the Girl Service Club, Beta Club, tl yearbook staff, and the Ho Cross Youth Group, Staci was also the FBLA reportl and senior class represen ative. She hopes to major Business Management i Economics at USL. 5-an AT RIGHT: STEPHANIE PON's favorite sub- ject was psychology, a course that will con- tribute to her career plans of becoming an elementary and special education teacher. Stephanie was a member of the band, Na- tional Honor Society, Interact and Rampage. l I N .2 'J it 9, Y 1 ' A f 1, 4 ABOVE: Believing that education is a must for making it in life, NANCY BRUNO made the Principal's List and was a member of Who's Who of American High School Students. A member of the Pep Squad for four years, Nan- cy will be well remembered for her zest as a lieutenant in the squad. K-ef 340 AT LEFT: A talented artist, JUDE TRAHAN placed first at the Literary Rally in art, recieved the "Best in Show" award at the Lafayette Regional Art Competition and was given the art department's award for artlmixed media. An honor roll member for four years, Jude's hobbies included drawing, photography, and airbrushing. Becoming a mechanical engineer is Jude's dream. ABOVE: Senior class president, GREG GUIDRY en- joyed being involved in many school and church ac- tivities. ln addition to serving as senior class presi- dent, Greg was also a member of the Ram baseball and football team, the Leo Club and the Scott Youth Group. He hopes to earn a business degree from USL. Greg believes "success is in the eye of the beholder." In our eyes Greg, you are a success! Performing with the Hi-Steppers for two years was one of KRISTY RESWEBER'S greatest ac- complishments. Also a Leo Club member, she en- joyed swimming, dancing and racquetball in her leisure time. Kristy's career plans include a major in Business Administration so that she can enter the field of advertising or merchandising. AT LEFT: ROXANNE ANDRUS served as FBLA's president, PRlDE's treasurer and a Leo Club member. She was also a member of the Football and Basketball Homecom- ing Courts. With unusual plans for the future, Roxanne hopes to become a district judge after first becoming a lawyer. She leaves AHS, treasuring her education and overview of life. A dynamic individual, BRIDGET NEEDHAM was especially recognized for her dancing talent. Named Miss Dance of Louisiana, she also placed 1st in the New York Jazz Auditions and received a total of 82,000 in dance scholarships. Bridget was a member of Leo Club, senior class vice- president and co-captain of the Hi- Steppers. Hopeful that a dance career awaits her, Bridget plans to move to New York. W , Y ,Q ghfg 3 1 Involvement and en- AT LEFT: MONICA r,',Z'f 1 ' ' 4 " ',,.... thusiasm are two words that JEFC OA T w a s 'E ki' K 3 'W r . 'f best describe ALLYSON especially recognized ...aw Q was MELANCON. A member of 'Of SefViCe,dC'Utb ,I 5-'il ' Leo Club and Beta Club, she iiocglgbegzgrmo gears i ,jf ' ivj' ' was also editor of the Ram' A member of the qv- lv Q page, Student Council Science Club, FBLA' 1 ' a reporter and a Varsity and the Spanish Club, Y 1 Cheerleader. Known for her Monica was also a scholastic achievements, Yea"b00k Staff , , Allyson was onthe Honor roll membef- She Plans te ' and me Principals List. After graduate from LSU -. graduation she would like to with a degree in ' , . , Ph . 'Th t psychology' so that A L .. major in ysica erapy a she can live up to her ,gg f f . USL- motto, "wherever you ,iff are, that's where you're at." SENIOR PROFILES 239 .1 -M, XML s... x.x . -...f' 'N wf EL fxw' jo I Ries. .L THIS PAGE: ABOVE LEFT: "You did what?" ABOVE CENTER: The GQ Club. ABOVE RIGHT: Ride 'em cowpoke! MIDDLE LEFT: Risky business. MIDDLE RIGHT: Food stamps finally came in. BELOW: Florida Bound. OPPOSITE PAGE: ABOVE RIGHT: Chow time! ABOVE LEFT: Kids, Inc. BELOW RIGHT: Mr. and Miss AHS. BELOW LEFT: Prince and the Revolution. 240SENIOFl FAREWELL 4 J -Q D. we 1 If X, -EJ, -1 aww 4 : ., X fi, K ff V, N xgwfi 1 V!---.V 1.- ..........111ul. L I x I W. .f ?Ef'f1,s , and ,kv K :A 5 5? Q w sf? fi 3 SENIOR FAREWELL 241 3 13" THIS PAGE: ABOVE LEFT Hang in there. May 23 is just around the corner. ABOVE CENTER: I ain't got nobody. ABOVE RIGHI? "One lonely knight." MIDDLE LEF7? The bus stops here. MIDDLE RIGHT: Three's a crowd. BELOW: How many credits can we get for lunch? OPPOSITE PAGE: ABOVE LEFT' WS a rou h life - ABOVE - Q RIGHT: Cramming for finals. BELOW LEF7? "Just a gigoIo." BELOW RIGHE Is it dead yet, Brett? 242 SENIOR FAREWELL ibn.. 6 A 4 M W ,- ,g vi 1 vqp....,-W SEP TEMBER MEL ISQA L U TGRING AND RICHARD 9 TR YSNIEWICZ 00 TUBER KELL Y KREAMER AND RUS TY RICHARD NOVEMBER vlckl cl-IA uvnv AND DEAN THERIOT RA M9 THE DECEMBER LISA A UCOIN AND ANDREW BARRON JANUARY CELEQTE BROUSSARD AND LLII9 MEZA FEBRUARY ERICA FRANCI9 AND FARREL FOREMAN MUN rl-1 MARCH TRANG NGUYEN AND GREG MGFARLAIN APRIL CHI PHAN AND KEVIN WIN TER9 MA Y DE NRIS 9 TA TEN AND RA YMOND JOHNS RA M9 QA , i k is 1 .fr L ,- . Y ,L , ' Wxbfy ,M if I 4 ., RAM OF THE YEAR MISS Y L U TGRING Named Ram of the Year for 1985 was MELISSA LUT- . . 'mr' GRING. Graduating in the top 1006 of her class, Missy main- y It . A tained an overall average of 4.0 during her four years of high A ' ' school. Selected as the Daily Advertiser's "Teen ot the f , Week" for September, Missy was active in numerous ex- 'S tracurricular activities. She was in Debate tor three years, a , ,, 3, 1 4 4 cheerleader for four years, and a member of the Girls' Serv- ' , E, 1 A Az' ice Club for three years. A two-year member of the National , Q i 'R A , . Qs Honor Society, she served as treasurer during her senior s1'x 4 L ' Q Q year. Missy was also vice-president of her freshman class and president of her sophomore class. She received the --Tr. in sf' , ' , 1, X. f H Presidential Academic Fitness Award, the DAR Good Citizen- 1 ' Qi " . ship Award and the American Legion Award at Bac- i 51 ' '? of , calaureate. Missy was also the recipient of a 314,200 scholar- ,zsgys ." ' W 1,1 1 ship to LSU, a 34,000 Wal-Mart scholarship, and a S750 Phi jiiifp' J 1 5 41 " ' N' Delta Kappa scholarship. ff ' 1. ' RAM OF THE YAR RICH 9 TR YSNIEWICZ Also chosen as Ram of the Year was RICHARD FTRYSNIEWICZ. Rich was Student Council president, a member of the National Honor Society, and in the Spanish lonor Society. A 1984 Varsity Cheerleader, Rich had the lonor of being chosen as one of the first male cheerleaders it AHS. Chosen as a member of the TV 3 "Class of Aca- liana," Rich was one of the AHS students honored at a Jncheon given by TV 3. At Baccalaureate, he received the 'residential Academic Fitness Award, the American Legion iward, and the Girls' Service Club Award for outstanding ,enior boy. Graduating in the top 10"!0 of the class, Rich plans o attend Purdue University and major in Aeronautical and Xstronautical Engineering. THE Molvru RAMS OF THE YEAR 247 STATE RALLY WINNERS STEPHANIE THIBODEAUX - 3rd in Bookkeeping I JOHN BROUSSAFID - 1st in General Business CRYSTAL CEARLEY - 2nds in Foods and Nutrition BEN WAGGONER - 2nd in Spanish ll KA THFIYN BROUSSARD - 3rd in Algebra I KENNETH BASSINGER - 5th in American Government BAFITHAINS - 5th in Vocational Agriculture IV KATHY DOMENICO - Excellent in Interpretive Reading ally Students Honored at Tea 2 is-.H ' f I 1 RALLY RESULTS K R-Q, , Q, V, ,. A 2, cw, ai it 1 as y Y . , 'W .1 It , li 1, Ili, .lull 4 t 0 1 . I rtrtr L it 5 N , or , i,,t g ., . y I .., I- f-et ef my L" g ggxv' Q tr, , X I it X I, 5? -af V, A' X :Q Y ' A , ,, 'ff ' I .w s ,V 'vita .. X X V N ASHLEY STOCKSTILL - Excellent in Extemporaneous Speaking FAFIREL FOREMAN - Excellent in Boys' Vocal Solo lHighi BRIAN OZENNE - Superior in Boys' Vocal Solo tLowi Reading TODD CLEMENT - Superior in Boys' Vocal Solo 4Lowi JULIE GUIDRY - Superior in Girls' Vocal Solo lLowi JARROD HANKS - Excellent in French I Interpretative PAUL MILLER - Good in French Il lnterpretative i1'?2'?-- Reading ' LORI SOILEAU - Excellent in Spanish I lnterpretative Reading U T ASHLEY ANDRUS - Good in Spanish ll lnterpretative 5 , Q Reading qv, KIM HOFFPAUIR - Average in Spanish III lnterpretative , ' Reading ' , . , ,.vA V , RANDYMATA - Excellent in Spanish ll 5 K M Extemporaneous Speaking I District Rally Results I I Phanie Thibodeaux trice Mata Trahan Broussard tal Cearley cy Bruno I nel Romero e Chaney iela Sargent my Welp telte Boudreaux Waggoner 3rd in Bookkeeping I 3rd in Stenography 3rd in Free Enterprise 2nd in General Business tst in Foods and Nutrition 2nd in Human Development- Family Relations 3rd in English I 1st in English Ill 3rd in English ll 2nd in Journalism 3rd in Spanish I 1st in Spanish ll Kathryn Broussard Wade Credeur Carrie Campbell Sean Hundiey Amy Wang Stephen Sprouse Tammy Molbert Kenneth Bassinger Michelle Dubois Jason Boudreaux Bart Hains Kathy Domenico Ashley Stockstill 2nd in Algebra I 1st in Algebra ll 1st in Advanced Math 1st in Trigonometry 1st in Biology 1 st in Physics 2nd in Physical Science 1st in American Government 2nd in Sociology 2nd in Voc. Ag. Ill 1st in Voc. Ag. IV 3rd in Interpretive Reading 1st in Extemporaneous Speaking RALLY RESULTS 249 , fa , f A M .gm Ali .f. 4 3, 55" '1m,fvxsi5,A .,,,1 , 3 ii1'fz,g.2ii2i5?5: ,ff 1-fs: 15 fwigfgfkyw' fx L .Af e Y all Ima . .. I .x5:.gg-agp , Q , s s FY. .. x x B X -, riifffi-35 , My ' 1, M' , s f -9 r x vw. 'sw-.f ' hzm f ,A H 2 :Qu N .., ,v , ee if W. 4 an 4' U x .V i 5 D 1. rl y 33'-Ns . s . is 1 Q, af lk fi 3 'yf x 'T"'8,3, W N 1 'aww A ' 335 CAN Nvvv f-OMOI LA? IH!! u r 250 MEMORIES xx X, ,Lx sfisynq , X ...IK . 9 3 ME GRIA 2: ff. BY, if' C? X X XX Mrs. Amy Soileau Mitzi Thibodeaux P.E. Teacher Sophomore if 5':..'3:7' fkx f' o o y , M 4 .1 4611: MEMORIAL 251 ,N , '21 .y .4 , ,-x AD ADS AD9 AD9 Supporting the Rams and Congratulating the Class of '85 ' Q5 Q Q' ' U I' i 9 f , C'L1Lf.., ,4f..A.... Sm 1895 e - ' ' A H Wqvun ,ummm noMEn 's LA wu AND GARDEN HGNDA Riding Mowers Walk Behind Mowers Generators Tillers Pumps J' R 1 I' Weed Trimmers Blowers Edgers Go-Carts Three Wheelers Chain Saws 300 Ridge Rd. SNAPPER ' Tractors ' Mowers ' Tillers 981 -6979 NOLAN CRIP GUIDRY Weldmg Works Rug Fabrlcatlon Shop Sandblasting Shop on Rldge Road 4 mules From Abbevllle Hwy t318j 984 2422 220 Crlp Lane Dusln LA 70529 -I-I -I-I J' il -.I Ml Brand Name Carpets and Vlnyl Floors Free Estimates Carpets n Floors, Inc. Richard Hayes Ronald Roy 234 8519 Lafayette, La l as ss '32 8 A - 3 - A y K 1 ti A f 4 - R Q , ' 'IP ' If S 1 E? s "x 1 'T S 13181 234-8518 148 Banks Ave ADVERTISEMENTS 255 N6 gems ol Love Q oe' wgbt P Congratulations, Seniors '85! wesav , BE TA-CHEM, INC. "Goodbye Acadlana" 1115 R'd R d Duson,ILg.e70g329 Phone: 3181981-7122 Rita 8' I-astie Ricky Broussard - President Madelyn '72 Denise '76 Charles '73 Maurice '80 G B d' Renee '74 Aimee '84 0 an ' Celeste '85 WA NDA 'S Flowers a Drapes - Carpets - Vinyl Bedspreads - Wallcovering Commercial and Residential Hwy 90 Scott, La. B.c.l. Owners: Bob and Wanda Ferguson Good Luck in all your endeavors, P O Box 2393 I Lf tt,L.70502 Mike 81 Amy. aa" ' " 121 South Buchanan Kenneth 8: Love, Phone: 13181264-1101 Peggy Chiasson Mom, Dad 8: Eddie 256 ADVERTISEMENTS C ORMIER CLEANERS Dry Cleaners Leather Cleanmg and Alteratrons serve you better CONGRESS CLEANERS NL ..I J' 1318, 235 4651 13181235 5319 Rrchard J Chlasson Proprietor A V' E1 'f-EF' Three Locations to S3 Eli 3 f E? N 'ILM S ADVERTISEMENTS 257 1 233-8216 Off' , 0 A 984-oese Ho:-is JERRY GIBSON gfowm CASTILLE'S AUTO PHOTOGRAPHY ' 3.9 A PARTS dwifiaia n AND ENGINE SERVICE 410 E, Napqlean I P.0. Box 2238 C. Castille 416 Guidry St. Sulphur, LA 111664 Milissa Guichard 984-0879 or Owner Lafayette, LA Judice Community 981-6206 D0Ycg?gGgEAUx ANSWERING SERVICE A sRs1.L comvsn R of LAFA YETTE, wc. SERVICE STATION 3 3 ECT3' Tvis v:hm.p3oI 600 South Buchanan P.O. Box 36 1001 Alfred St. GPP 'mfces urnnure Lafayette, LA 70501 SOON. I-A 70583 rocenes D Mary Target - Owner Phone 3353413 1123 Ridge Rd 984-33332 Phone: 1318, 9844301 JESSE BOUDREA UX 'S JOHN ALLEN LEBLANC BERTHELOT'S PAINT CENTER U-SHUP-IT Jesse Boudreaux Painting ' W3UPaP9l'in9 - Owner - Licensed ' Insured "Home of the Crawfish Boudin" "The Pro Team" 534 Camelia Blvd- 1906 Ambassador Cattery Pkwy 5738 Johnston Napko Paints Lafayette, LA 70503 Lafayette, LA Lafayette LA 70503 988-2583 t318I 981-3289 Phone: 981-1681 f I 1 A - Home Laundry , - Dishwasher - Disposals BR E 5 and Refrigerators - Heating and Air Conditioning Ill-lil X H AU ro SA L E s RICHER APPLIANCE 5 ' U13 ' I ' SERVICE, INC. I 1 JI B U R C E 5 S A 0 "Over 20 years Experience" SALES Paul Richer 3204 Moss sz. 5 ' Owner Lafayette, LA 70501 1413 Jefferson Lafayette, LA 70501 13181 234-3294 13181 233-2129 , - "Acadiana's39howcase of Phone' 33333 333 1419 Late Model Used Cars" 258 ADVERTISEMENTS RESIDENTIAL 81 COMMERCIAL INTERIOFIS - Carpet, Wood and Vinyl Floor Coverings - Custom Draperies and Window Treatments - Wallcoverings - 1 inch, V2 inch and Wooden Blinds F81G Ruud - Whirlpool - Day 8- Nlght - Sundial LLOYD S HEA TING AND COOLING I FLOOR FASHIONS 5725 W. Congress 510 ERASTE LANDRY RD. Phone! 981-3142 234-7903 234-8098 J I ' N C Lafayette, La. 70529 I DEE 'S SA USAGE COMPANY "A Family Tradition" 3 Generations of Family in the Sausage Business Located on Breaux Bridge Hwy 94 Breaux Bridge, LA 70517 CL YVE 'S IG FOOD Food - Beer - Liquor l Gas - Cold Drinks Phone: 984-3689 I CARSON S i VETERINARY I CLINIC U Large and Small Animal Services l 70503 Jim Carson III D V M Phone 981 7998 ! 6701 Johnston St. Lafayette, LA Bmwfs SUPER f MAH T Auto - Life - Health - IRA Tax Deferred Investment Gary "Gem" Edmondson Dwight Breaux 4800 Johnston . i Ph- 984-3706 Lafaveffe, La- 1053E'l.i12f'L2f.'Z2'IZf'l??550s Office 232-2531 Residence: 984-Gary DISCOUNT OFFICE E VANGELINE SUPPLIES B ONDING A GENC Y 1906 Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, La. 210 west Main Street Phone: 234-oso1 '-a'aYe"e' LA Sales - Service - Rentals James nsmokeyn vercher Dennis Broussard ' Owner Bail Bonds 24 Hr. Service DUSON PHARMACY Good Luck, Rams! 202 EHS! Hwy- 90 Compliments of Duson, LA 70529 E l J. All akph, Bfgfan KEN GORDON A V' E R 'T I S E. M Eli '-H-'Lu S ADVERTISEMENTS 259 A VE QRTISEIIWE? ..1..f...1l.N.IIITS CAJUN vlDEo f:ggfg TEQ'f3 ANGlE'S c1.EANEns a CENTER COURIER ALTERATION "Exclusive Care for 703 5th Street puon Box 2382 Your Best Wear" DUSOI1, LA 70529 LAFAYETTE, LA 70502 Pick Up 81 Del. DI'IVe Thru OFFICE: 873-8216 RES! 873-4129 Jim parker 703 SL John 984-6697 JEANETTE THIBODEAUX, owNEn Mike Menard 234,792 3522 Amb. caffery BONNlE'S TOUCHEPS SEAFOOD Gsrrlulcrgnouuo, BEAUTY RESTAURANT - SAL ON New Famil Restaurant FASHIONS - Jr. and Misses 1132 Kalisle Saloom Rd. . V . . Distinctive Shoes, Nails, etc. LAFAYETTE, LA 10508 on R"'9e Rd' "' J""'ce Color - cosmetics unlimited Phone: 981-9347 Owre' Robe" Tozchif 114 si. Mary - P.o. Box 581 ' Owner: BONNIE T1-uaoDEAux we comes one an 8 Soon, LA 237-6040 SCOTT PHARMACY Specializing in INC, CHEMICAL PUMP Complete Financial Planning The Rexall Store SPECIAL TY, INC. WALL Y BROUSSARD "The Heartbeat of Chemical AND O "Tho Oldeal Drugstore and GIICOI IIYCIIOII In uhym. Pamw, Mabry Strlcklln President Phone: 235-5216 Lafayette ,- 988-0131 102-B we8U'I18I'k Blvd. Swv. La- Bene Chasse - 392-8696 Laff'Ye'fe1 '-A 70503 OFF.: 981-4716 Res: 984-8769 Ter lifpduwd Www Partners' Ltd. Est. 1984 Women's Clothiers , ACADIANA 'Wilt Sm 130496 """"T""G I --an AND GRAPHIC ARTS, INC. PaIt1'leIS' 1356 Surrey sr. ' M lQSZ:9Zgiers Lafayette, LA 70501 - On the Boulevard 232-2091 , Lafayette X I 260 ADVERTISEMENTS ROBERT L. MORROW, JR. M.D. A PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL conporm TION A A 1 C p , f-' 4 "w'f':w r I 5 xt' " Get:-A "':'Tg- Y 4 .21 V: .lbf ' l"' Ng' Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Hand Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery TELEPHONE: 1318i 233-5857 OFFICE HOURS By Appointment North College Point 401 N. College Road OFFICE LOCATION Suite 5 Lafayette, LA 70506 ,t T0 l- l0 'Am-N331 Q as 'll 1 sg' A vt lg, 2 cow Oo if 1 X59 v-5 SQW30 'Vis' 'Q NORYM 5' H A comics E 1 worm sown? 0 ,omsvon 5' V' EH R TJ I S3 Eli ME Ei T '-S5 ADVERTISEMENTS 261 PA T'S BOD Y PA UL 'S DRA PERIE S STU TE R CERY 5 G 0 SHOP AND INTERIORS B. R b' R d Hwy. 721 873-8955 Digg, LT 1006 Avenue Eu' - - Phone: 873-8151 Paulicggkazzgsginer Judice Community PAT QUGAS - OWNER 233-2305 233-5651 thg 1318, 261-0032 AA-- Owners - Timmy 8- Debbie Q Touchet r h NORMA 'S BRIDAL I E N F ' K DDI KORNER J RYAN RC g f Q, SA QHIONS Children S Maternity Wear - .I RYAN :NC ' vii: g7'Lgd.Ia:an:aHg311i - , . 0 IIS OI1 T88 Agggzzxnsan?L:fi?:aEILxs1IogZa I 2229 M099 Sf- Nell Duhon lffxaitgggelf 70503 981-9133 1318, 984-4183 Mon-Sat. 9-5 nlvsnslns T h, M nd - ll I 8 SHELL CORNER ' f "3.L3.il.. . , d k 1 A 'D JRR EDUCA TIONAL P.0. Box 36 1001 Allred St. Cvvgplqte Tfevelifervice for SUPPLIES U8II16S8 Of GHSLIFG J h Q Ph g 53213213233 .sm-::L::.22':::1,, flifymff LIVE WELL w as BA30'Zf'0 etI CROWN M 'P' " ' . I' egg snaps v JEWELERS . " ,S AUTHORIZED DEALER fownerj - YOUR ONE STOP FISHING STORE - 116 ARNQULD BLVD LAFAYETTE, LA 70506 - SHELL GAS - REEL 81 TROLLING MOTORS REPAIRS - GROCERY - GUN SMITHING DIAMQNDS, - LIVE 81 FROZEN BAIT - DEEP SEA FISHING WATCHES, - LURES FINE GIFTS VISA 81 MASTERCARD WELCOME pRlCE L, HAINES J. D. DELCAMBRE HAVEY HAINS - JEWELER 3301 Ambassador Cattery 981-4414 Norma Lee Comeaux - M'Ffid8Y Sal- SUD Special Representative 5:30am-9:00pm 3:30AM-7pm 3:30AM-9AM 262 ADVERTISEMENTS ABSHIRE 'S LA WN MOWER REPAIR SHOP Service and Sell Ariens, Murray and Lawnboy Mowers 810 Ridge Rd. 984-2690 SCOTT AUTO 81 TRUCK PARTS 903 Ca yrf Sf. Owner Al Seaux, Jr. Danny Seaux Phone: 235-2491 LA GNEA UX 'S --KING OF 'ei SEAFOOD" I Ridge Rd. Lafayette, LA Compliments of: SER VICE TRUCK LINE INC Texas soon LucK RAMSI ROMERO S UPHOLSTl:RY SHOP 905 S . 264-9229 S tt LA 70583 JR LE GER ALIGNMENT SERVICE Specializing in front End Alignment and Spin Wheel Balancing Since 1956 Hubert Leger Jr 906 Hwy 90W Owner P O Box 402 SERVICE CLEANERS Specializing in Dry Cleaning Alterations and Shirt Service 3211 Johnston St. Lafayette LA 70503 John Bellard - Owner 984-4364 PAUL S JEWELRY AND GIFTS 325 Oil Center Dr. Lafayette LA 70503 Phone: 233-6975 Compliments of. LAFA YE TTE BARGAIN STORE 81 BE VO S Ei 7 il ! , . of , ! , 1 H me Furniture Auto R V , Boats and Custom Work - Free Esumam Paul J. Naomi, Sr. Vernon Romero unset St co , Phone 234 4802 Scott LA Residential and Commercial , V- 'P ,fr rg . . . . E4 A 1 , , 9' . I I M f F . . . Sewer Systems, Watercare, Water Softeners P.0. Box 580 Scott, LA 70583 Residential and Commercial Waterwell Drilling Service Water Problems are our Specialty 318!234-2092 A V E R 'T-Eu If S El M El? TJ S ADVERTISEMENTS 263 RQMERQHS RIDGE LUMBER TV SERVICE YARD RCA Authorized se vicecemers Remodelinzlidagggfsnialgznz Additions Specializing In all Types T.V. Painting and Building and Antennas Plumbing Supplies Fencing Material La1Z251ZfiZ322w C'g'jj:ej-R0b'n R'dg:jfggg Phone: 9814190 Phone: 813-6259 - Custom Slaughter - - Wholesale Meats - Gloria Switch Road Kirk Martin Left at the Bayou Phone - 896-8223 A g 4 g 3, g 264 ADVERTISEMENTS 13181873 6171 13181 873 6767 Da Phones Nlght 24 Hour Wrecker Servlce LABBE AUTO PARTS 8 SERVICE Complete Car 81 Truck Repalr Shop Owners Esta Labbe Claude Labbe lsadore Labbe 817 2nd Sffeef Free ESUITIBTES Duson La 70529 DUGAS PAINTS BODY SHOP Auto Glass Installed Rodney Dugas Wlllle Dugas Shop Foreman Owner Ph 813 4310 Ph 813 6598 HUGHES 8: GRANT Attorneys 8- Counselors At Law Danlel C Hughes Attorney At Law telephone 900 South College Rd PI O Box 52604 Lafayette La 70505 IIUI Y' GUIDRY CYPRESS MORTGAGE NC A Locally Owned Independent Mortgage Co Offering A Complete Lune Of Mortgage Programs For Resldentlal Real Estate Phone 13181 981 4509 A CA DIA NA LANE S Marc Pater Manager Open 24 hours 7 days a week 3181984 4034 3227 Ambassador Caffery Lafayette LA 70503 UFILJC' STORE it-IOME HEALTH CARE PROC HAM' i SALES RENTAL SPEEDY DELIVER TO HOMk OR HOSPITAL INSURANCE HXINPOHNIATION WE FILL ALI MEDIC AL FORMS mums suvuno l318l 234 3226 111 St Joseph Lafayette ZALES The Dlamond Store Acadlana Mall 5725 Johnston St Lafayette LA 70503 13181981 8840 LEONA SUE S FLORIST8 GIFTS Aj 1013 Old Spanish Traul Scott Loulslana 70583 For All Your Floral Needs Leona Sue Venable 234 1421 Famly Halr Styllng Redken Products By Appointment 984 2790 Russ Courvllle S TYLIS T 415 Rena Dr Lafayette LA 70503 Congratulations, Rams' Un t dc Compllments of 1 e Delco DR STEPHEN AUTO PARTS INC. 3839 W Congress SEARCY Lafayette LA 70502 Serving You ls Our Specialty Jobber AU'0m0""e ReP'ace"'e"' Pans Member American ASSOCIATION of Orthodontists Supplies Accessories 1308 Moss Stret 1136 Rldge Rd P O Box 92233 Duson LA 70529 Lafayette LA 70509 981 5608 235 9408 Phone 984 0178 y - I l 1 1 Yi IX- Ll ,Y - - If R. f I - - - K " A If J Suite 201 courviIIe,s Barber A D V' EH R T I S E ME E 'T S ADVERTISEMENTS 265 PETROLEUM ANAL YS T, INC. 120 South Long Lafayette, LA 70506 1318, 232-3568 .E 4-,4l-,-.E,,,,d"-- g . fi ,am f if r. . - Runnin Nrw vnr:xl...--.-----l-T--mlmwmus! 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M E1 N' 'T S , I I In I , I Service, ales n i - n a atio , , n in ia - ' ' 1 C 5 Two Locatiosn 178 Lloyd Lafayete . fNear Championsl oucevter . Grand Marche o In I a e in enter Complete Haircare lor I Men, Women, an i ren "Specializing in Perms and ' ' Haircuts." i omero- wn ran e I I GaIR Op rat dChId Oed or Sh PP SVI' 9 Shopp gC P e 232 0759 984 1280 SEMENTS 267 ADV RTIS M NTS Compliments of ff- N DAN J. MENARD 8: ASSOCIATES Real Estate - Appraisers C ns It ts seo-8ults100-Lats o to 0508 3 8 84-3921 a, Happi- THI- Sound Explosion M ACADIANA MALL A 981-6801 -I -- i A 4 L' 1? ' 1' of 1 V? Af CRYSTAL COTTAGE V' 9 A ' ft - -J J A A Pnom FAVORS E1 0 PARTY SUPPLIES - N S E A' , A DECORATIONS R , 3. To A 3126.1 h t st. J A i A E j LafacyeTlol?A 'JI' 1 Q A 981-4831 t A A po Tlous S3 gt . L 5 -J P.o. Box 37 ' MR. GA TTl'S 5 Maurice, LA 70555 Phvher 893-5581 "Best Pizza in Townl Honest!" 4603 Johnston St. Lafayette, LA 70506 at A A 984-1212 TUTALUUK MOUTOWS THlBODEAUX'S Jw! 3 3'f.,l.f.m BODKKEEPWG RESTAURANT 9 AND TAX SERVICE NOWY Pubnc 208 North A. Street C0"'P"'e' C0"S""i"9 Duson LA 70529 873-3840 3601 Johnston 981-3111 403 ldlewood Blvd. ' owners: Mr. at Mrs- Lafayette, LA 70501 Lafayette, LA 70506 Robert -I-hibodeaux Wilmae Gaspard: Owner Larry Mouton - 984-3838 ADVERTISEMENTS 269 SPE CIALI TY SOUTHERN MACHINE PETROLEUM 8: SUPPL Y INC LAB ORA TORIES NC y n . 13181984 2374 19041477 3044 Clhg 17131 668 4448 12141693 6242 Harb gms 1504, 733 3110 16011428 0842 WIRELINE SER VICE INC The Best In Perform ng Phone 13181232 6101 AMERICAN PETROLEUM SERVICE INC d S I Ph 13181 232 6868 P.O. B 06 S II LA 70583 may 232-8198 Good Luck to The Rams Sen ors of 85 STEWART Smokey' STO VER 335 Hy BI d PO B 53545 I 234 8992 873 8570 , I ' I ox6 co , Lafa e e, LA Pensacola, Fla I Houston, TX ar a e, TX Jefferson, LA ei e er SOUTHERN Best of Luck to the ii i J J! , I I if 5 H I Y! P t I G I g' t 1 ' . . L y tt L ' ' Packers Repair an a es office: H one: - - - CA SH WA Y PHARMA C Y Ronny Guidry Highway 90 Scott LA 70583 Phone 233 3382 cgnm INDUSTRIES INC. 329 Westgate Road Lafayette LA Phone 233 3171 DEL TA RENTAL SERVICE, INC. Rental Equipment P.O. Box 51821 - Lafayette, LA Bobby Dunn Sr Home Office 318 318 984 0445 988 0123 DISCOUNT PRICES MICHELIN RADIALS ouNLoP RADIALS CREDEUR 81 THIBODEAUX TIRE COMPANY 981 1925 1 J 4' sem. LAFAYETTE BANDAG CO THE ONLY BANOAG SHOP I LAFAYUTF PARIS HIGHWAY 9 B C D C S O . y . - ...mL.. ,, N N V u ,s Q In ff lxlqxm I My R.1.1f.,ff OILFIELD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES I 9 MI ' wmv mm My V , .. s.......-Ong ' ua, Aww ww A' wx. R - I 1 IIIIIIIII IN ' , H ' 3 A L ',O'I A V' Ei R 'T I S E M. E '-I-Eu S ADVERTISEMENTS 271 ,VA A TCHA FA LA YA 'W . MEASUREMENT, INC. W wwf Measurement Specialists P.O. Box 31706 Lafayette LA 70503 Ph e 981 9919 C a g 0 t g Randy Fontenot L f y tte LA Ca encro LA 272 ADVERTISEMENTS BEST WISHES A eemaeo - - ggi? J J 'il .if Xi' TJ MA J If , 5 Xen 6465. :. ' D f' M E 5 N' 5 RIDER S 5 S T Phone:318l232-1651 Oil Center ass Heymann Blvd. Phone: 318-981-1430 Lafayette, LA 70503 Acadiana Mall 5725 Johnston St. Lafayette, LA 70503 ADVERTISEMENTS 273 ADRlEN'S DISCOUNT S UPERMARK E T 3a42w tc g sr Lfytt LA Ph 981 ooao M to pr 984 6001 CHUNGKING Chung King Restaurant Proudly Presents the most unique gourmet dining experience ln Acadlonol The HUNAN, SZECHUAN, ond MANDARiN Cuisines are carefully prepared by Muster Chef Mr. Chow, with the best cooking oil For Your Health. SPECIALTIES CRAWFISH 8K CHICKEN HUNAN STYLE 5' 5 SZECHUAN CHICKEN mms DUCK mu, IN ACADIANA ONLY LUNCHEON OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKI SPECIAL PRICE A UNIQUE SERVING ALL DAY HAPPY -HOUR CHINESE RESTAURANT .-TI-I . .IvI.-I .. ---- ifriiva SATSJT1 ua - 12 MJIISNTTE - MON - -SAT FEATURWG SUN. 12 NOON - 10 P.IvI. 2 FOR 1 MANDARIN BANQUET FACILITIES ' FSSSMCSQEQEN 8' SZECHUAN 3, CATERING AVAILABLE wf FIRST DRINK CUISINE 988-3486 E 3551 AMBASSADOR CAFFERY PKWY. fAT JOHNSTONB AMBASSADOR SHOPPING CENTER - ACROSS FROM ACADIANA MALL A-1 AUTO PARTS OF LA FA YE TTE, IN C. .def-fy sf Z Nfl 3' N tw Used Parts - Reconditioned Parts DesJacque Road Ed Goodwin - Manager 3181981-5000 Day or Night Sundays and Holidays A V' E3 R TJ 11 S5 Eli NE EI 'T S ADVERTISEMENTS 275 A N EVV MARK OF EXCELLENCE FOR YOUR INSURANCE N EEDS. PERSONAL COMMERCIAL HOMEOVVNERS AUTO UFE GODFREY HBROTHERII MARINE HEALTH , RETIREMENT 1835512422531 ilirfiu Harry Patin, Jr. George Guidry Mike LaDew Joseph Weeks I I Marine O Weber 8 MHQQIO A PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE CORPORATION 1720 Kaliste Saloom Road, Suite 7-A Lafayette, Louisiana 70508 988-1211 276 ADVERTISEMENTS lil """"' --...., g:g '.......-- ,S i g-xv! 3576553 55599965 WEA P.0. Box 52373 - Ridge Road - Lafayette, LA Phone: 3181984-8054 Chamberlain Chamberlain Manufacturing Corporation Mayfair Division 4100 Cameron Street, Lafayette, Louisiana 70506 Telephone 43183 233-2470 -L-."'ff"'e I -if 2 If 2 T r ! MA YFAIR, the manufacturers of prime l aluminum windows and glass sliding 1 doors extends best wishes to the students i and faculty of Acadiana High School. l . l A V E3 R TJ I S E ME E-Tj E-EP SJ ADVERTISEMENTS 277 A V VERTESEMEN T951 Compllments of LANTIER S GROCERY Int Hwy 724 and 90 Duson LA 70529 Llcensed Bonded 8 Insured Free Termlte Inspection James E Dugas Owner Off 984-2602 JIM S EX TERMINA TING CO 4954 Johnston St Lafayette LA Monthly Pest Control Mortgage Loans Commercial Loans UNITED COMPANIES FINANCIAL C ORPORA TION PH YLLIS ME CHE S DA Y CARE CENTER Pre School Actwltles In Scott 232 5565 232 6916 Compliments of Dr Reynold Gaubert 8 Kathleen Gaubert GOOD LUCK RAMSI THE CLOCK HOUSE Clocks Repairs 81 Restorations Doc Duhon Rd NA TIONAL CLEANERS 4505 Johnston St Lafayette LA 70501 Phone 984 2542 DIAMONDS GOLD HENRY S WHOLESALE JE WELERS 4410 Johnston St Lafayette LA ., HIIIIS T Jlmmy Lavergne 300 Garfield St 234 2301 P O Box 3057 Lafayette LA Rt 3 Box 334 A J E Pele Benoit Lafayette Ph 984 1779 Formerly Romero's Quick Stop ROMERO S FOOD CENTER YOUR PLACE UNDER THE RAINBOW We are now members ol Affiliated Foods We resefve the right to limit quantities Groceries . Meat Produce . . Dairy . . Beer . Liquor . Drugs Tobacco . . Gas . . Horse Tac . . Purina Feeds Ossun s First Complete Supermarket Scott - Cankton Hwy 93 N. Phone: 1-896-6802 Open 6am til 9pm Mon.-Sat. Open 7am til 9pm Sundays Glynn 81 Jeanette Romero - Owners 3304 Johnston St 981 5073 1900 Plnhook 234 6333 631 Jefferson St 234 1696 PLUMBING HEATING AIR CONDITIOING 'A' WHOLESALE 'A' 50th Anniversary 1934-1984 - ,---.-.F J. . :J.,..x .J :J -rv .I . I , 1 Joyce 81 Horace Broussard I n - - . l u n O , l ' ' A : - - , I 1 I , I . 5 K A . r D . ' ' Q I 3 if " B ,. Antique Clocks-New . , . "'mg-4.L:1,.z-.-Wi.-'ir,fg.g'T'f'-,w31-Qirtlilmtmtes-. - ' ' "For A axle Ax Naluml As New Ovlean , . xv Y . ' I .ss 51 ' l - ' , ' 1 ' LA . I , 278 ADVERTISEMENTS B8uB OFFICE SUPPLIES, INC. cg P3 100 w IC 9 233 1840 Jim Bonin - Owner - A V J E. R T I. S5 E? 11 M .,-J EJ N' T1 S 279 Start Your College Education off on The Right Foot Come On Over And See What We're All About ' ff W -n agar. ' , Fl A '-'f':1r -QT fffxssglgs.-:mf af- f Hex--.-" 0 RESTAURANT Gt LOUNGE i Q A Fuu. Menu nEsTAunANT Q Q - 'UNCFQYA ' EffE'aIU"' vALEr PARKING uw wok store z 2' EANOU I 1 "EsT""""" LOUNGE New and Used Textbooks Q8 1 i I 1 Calculators and Accessories - School, Art and Engineering Supplies USL Shirts, Jerseys, shorts and sweats 2-.E2?J'bi"S'.Z'Li'im 210 East St. Mary Blvd. f318l 232-2087 Serving USL and the Lafayette Community lf LA PETITE E'COLE BREVE'-'-E'5 JEWE'-EWS 3' .ff-fpf Pre-School 81 Day Care MANUFACTUERS Se H . Robert Kling , Famny qwned 8' Qperated Vice PresidentlGeneral Manager Cathy Baird 6:30-6:00 D.Smcg 81372 I SEASAFE INC - . I8l'Il0l'l GWB f ' ' 'xlelfto' D ,ve u?gle:6'x:': Professionals y P.O. Box 53735 - Lafayette ana " 2500 Johnfwn T I h : 318 -281 Lafayette, LA Tosoa 981-0524 Phone: 234-2029 ' 'P one 4 , 988 0 GUY'S TO wma W s""""E' 6404414644 64-M44 SERVICE, INC. 9 fedlawzaozt SMA LL Acadiana Mall S ENGINE Lafayeile. L8- Air Cushion Recovery 8 phgne: 1318, T0Wln9 Prvfewvnals Sales, Service 81 Repair 981 9697 GUY 590392 4800 Cameron Street - . . S01 cresglawn Lmyene, La. 70505 Free soft drlnk with Lafayette, La- 70503 Austin Gudiry off: 237- school l.D. with any 313f237'4397 Gene Conrad Bryon 2677 purchase Good Luc., JlM'S LOCKSMITH Good Luck, Hams' Seniors 85' SHOP . Serving Lafayette Since 1975 coggrgtulagl-ions . en ors ' Compliments of 0pe'ggY,eEk,::f11:kSS:'day ' 24 hour road service - Compliments of 234-3363 "We're All Keyed Up To REPAIR SHOP Sm vw" Keys - Locks - Safes sjvlgfmw 280 ADVERTISEMENTS ACADIANA FUOD MART8 GRILL Congratulations Phlllp, Llsa and Kenneth L nda N Gu dry 610 Rue du Bel er Owner H y 93 Lafayette La 70506 Ph 981 5026 Lisa Du ien Philip Gautreaux Kenneth Romero l l l . i ' A V' Ei R T I S E M E T S L ' MARION ANDRUS N Compliments of: TRUCK 8 TRAILER aw! T . SALES Wm, S- MARY'S BEA UTY DEN 2.1, 1 4 JEWELRY COMPANY Hwy 93SofScott - Lafayette, LA 70505 123 Arnould Blvd 981-8150 1381'-Qxgffeff-i1A'e' Marion Andrus Bus. 381 - 981-3104 Acadiana Mau 981-4494 Owner Res: 381-87-6777 ... FF' ACADIAN PIPE AND IN gupg-EES EQUIPMENT co., mc. MEMORY UI OF: 406 Industrial Pkwy. "Pipe sales, service, and ySSe tgoofi a. M3131 3-ttice gumirure Sf0f89e" usmess ac mes, upplles 37331501 HWY- 95 Arcenea ux JASPER f-JAY" BRSEIELIR -Emmy While PguEg:,:-0: President 233-8562 70529 AM-FAB OF LA, I5 - 5 INC Q CQ L jf 4, , ANNA 'S ' A' X, ,f ,. CUT-Q CUHL as ""aVe"e' LA . x , 541g'J0h:g: Custorp Fghlricatignyluweldlng Gary Jones - Mgr. Ridge Road fe - 8" 'f '- naviao hon-M r. - 9814492 Lmyenll, LA 9 981-GOLF 984 6210 f V 1 ptlht ' adadw "7 x5 C E - Q wa WIUELEDS ff fx' ,AX A f' ' 0 'J ig I ii-Ji -f 0 D '-'- f 4 , . .. 5' or Division of 1' A - Smith International, Inc. L I ' X .--- ' A 'i' -fl: E V fig!-9 Hwy 93 South John Richard A df, 1 Scott, LA 70583 Manufacturing - . - T T ET - - x " Manage' " Munn 31,4 sm 2 981-2810 Telex 58-6601 nm Pun-541.1 .mmm sm: - UISUHF spwurmgu skmomb o ,emma 282 ADVERTISEMENTS T143 .ggi W1 usd' in Newly Remodeled Y auf Features IAPANESE if The hm ,J 235 and only E' 'T' one m town' Also servmg TEPPAN YAKI SEAFOOD We have added 2 New Japanese steak tables nn our V I P Roomj """""' V l P LOUNGE our new Serving your favorite cocktails lncludlng luscious Polynesuun and Japanese Specualtnes p11-3 31' FISNTILSIIC BHHINESE allllllllslellllw 'OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK' 44l6Johnston St Ph 984 1290 fAcross from Wemgarten Shopping Centerl If Pa CHAMPAGNE'S NE Hou' Foon AND PHARMACY MARTINIZING HWY 90 Duson, I-A THE Mosr IN nnv CLEANING Phone. 873 6160 is if 21 IN .1 ? vllfg EFX 5 ,N l ROBIN S TABLES NC P 0 Box 70 B Robin Rd Duson LA 70529 POL Y CLEAN CENTER Protesslonal Cleaning d P an resslng one hour servlce shirt service Phone 984-4995 103 Breaux Bridge Rd Phone 232 7292 JOE BESSE PHOTOGRAPHY Studio Hours by Appt Closed Monday 318 873 6742 LA HWY 343 N P 0 Box 38 Duson LA 70529 B J S RABBITRY speclallzmg ln J Netherland Dwarfs B J Massey Lafayette LA 70503 13181984 8896 QUALITY SEAFOOD MARKETS BY LOUISIANA SEAFOOD PACKERS Fresh 8 Frozen Seafoods Shipped Anywhere Hwy 167 6185 Johnston 4507 Johnston St B96 5762 984-0133 A K . .- " T ' lf-F' nl:-4 'Y' u V 'df' lvl. gp- ' 'lllxxx 6. 11 A ll 'l A raft' , - nal Pl 4 ll ' " ,'..g'!f 2.1 ' J 'N . lllll -A l ' 0 ' -1 W .r rf - UL! 1 Lund . .L.L....x ' vw'-1-qvm I l - I .' 1" h '- if .J I E. 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T 1.5 ' A V' El R T I S Ei IMIZ E lil-IFJ S ADVERTISEMENTS 283 LU Z YC Q u. O I KJ K' CHPQL DELHQUE G9 S S CFIRCDL D6 E NC CF D14 5 Q I H LU 3 X, Beth Hollier Thomas -XXX Owner 3. n, ,W 1 - S21 S, "lXWWf! , a ' 3, L' f f Zi ! 'I' H U ?X xx Q7 ff Gifts-Furniture-Accessories 5 Q 2 Q ll ll , f S 3. fy , I, I, M S! 655- Q ' , A 0 Q "T T235 f'1f sf I asv .QWKHQQ T D i if gg' ' S ' 'Vo ui' - ' .ECL-1 F M ' X 'f YQ Wir- ga ,I q ll N 44 AA Q If Q 44 A O N " Q " ft fl MW X INTEIQUQ DESIGN 44 44 u 44 U I ,IW J K Q q ' 'I Q ll Q NS fl I -A ,I 9'715 44 1318, 981-9333 ORGERON VETERINARY HOSPITAL 110-C Rena Drive Phone: 13181 981-9299 24 Hr. Answering Service Lafayette La' 70503 By Appointment David B. Drgeron D.V.M. Rt. 5 Box 713 Lafayette La. 70506 For Your Convenience and Saving . . . 90 Days Same As Cash Instant Credit Up to S500 s - Visa - Mastercharge TV and APPLIANCE CENTEH RENTALS VHS Movies VHS Machines Color Video Cameras Q 44 4' 44 44 I' I '4 K 44 110 Guilbeau Rd. - LAFAYETTE ir 984-9850 t Gerald Dugas Possie Hingle Owners Your locally owned and operated appliance store salutes you Acadiana High School. Stop in and visit with us soon! We feature Top-Of-The-Line Name Brand T.V.'s and Major Appliances including . . . iiiil W . NEGARD X XVhll'1P001 SQQLLITE SYSTEMS Pg , M PIONEER' fyffg T Panasonic, Wmmw Q lust Slightly ahead of our time A V El R T I S E1 M Ei '-IP S ADVERTISEMENTS 285 fl ' ii ll . .v .,.J. . ,J.,.-rx ,J A VI E-EUS With Compliments . 81 Blessings 9 from the families of jus fer fum TOYS - HOBBIES St. Theresa Church 114B Arnold Blvd. nay LeyVa Duson, La. Lafayette, La. 70506 Robbie LeyVa Phone: iam 981-4563 5 7 DAN CLARK s I Jgaflwyn 5 Auto 8 Truck Repair N, jahric Shoppe Industrial Engines - Diesel 81 Gas 2,0 ' 300-B EPPIEI' Rd- P.o. Box 51587 - 1025 E. st. Mary Blvd. Lafayette, La. 70506 Z T phone:234-4331 Ulf! 13137989-8985 -fa 5 Lafayette, Louisiana 70503 Doug Term ACCESSORY BOUTIQUE CICWCISIU I wi tgps mmm SITO Ph : ::':.J,:'a:fs..vs:,::,:-r "h122f2J3I raaxzlszn ....,zi::3x'.Eii Congratulations, Seniors! Go Rams! Dr. Gene 0. Dupree Dr. John P. Longmire, Ill Dr. Robert E. Lane 3839 W. Congress St. Lafayette, La. 70506 318-984-0399 286 ADVERTISEMENTS I I Oil 81 Gas Property Management I -- General Oilfield Construction I 0nshorel0ffshore W P I' CONSOLIDATED oPEnA TING co. Ambassador Caffery P.0. Box 31180 Lafayette, La. 70503 Phone: 3181233-2648 24 hr. ADVANCE PLUMBING, INC. , Your Advantage To Good Plumbing I Randy J. Arceneaux Bernard M. Riley 13183 896-4657 13181 873-4473 COLI TRY Cl YFTXGE 3 s s s I rlowens at coLLEclAsLEs mage nd. 981-5796 Diplomats American Board of Oral and Maxilofacial Surgery A A i 0 S 631. .fldllisl mv Fellow American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Compliments ot UNIVERSITY BIIIIIISTIIRE SERVING THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA ., h . . ,, h 231-B922 P.0. B 4-1209 USL ' 'ld' L 1 y tt , LA 70505 WE SPECIALIZE IN USED BOOKS IMPRINTED SPORTSWEAR - SCHOOL JEWELERY - NOVEL TIES 81 DRUGS CLASS RINGS - F.E. SUPPLIES - ENGINEERING SUPPLIES ART Hi ARCHITECYURE SUPPLIES - GREETING CARDS f CALCULATORS PAPEREACKS - MASS MARKET TRADE 81 EEST SELLERS TEXTBOOK DEPARTMENT - 231-5927 AII Official University cg Srzgthggejigern Louieiena Supplies WE BUY and SELL USED BOOKS 4313 Cameron St Lafayette LA 234 9411 SCOTT PAIN T AND SUPPLIES NC wcnrpets Tse Lmoleug Commerclal"IndustriaI a paper rapenes C Residential Painter sTooIs P 0 Box 38 Scott, La 70583 SC, , 9 'Q J Ph 2 5 one 3 4561 H gow wy . or 235 4562 Wayne Chauvln P O Box 184 Res 237 3491 Scott La 70583 . . Back t e Ragm Caluns P Dill DX Student Union Bun mg a a 9 0 nz Q X II' f,, A , .. I .1 0 ' If ' Q29 'au We I UQ "Serving Student Needs Today - Planning lar Student Needs fomorrow" l ' M... I ' I .. 1 I - - ,I - , . . If XX l W x -I ' I EL.- . ' , , A V E. R 'IP I 1 S E? il M E 'T S ADVERTISEMENTS 287 X I Bu EARLYS FOOD x 1 ff, EWG 6 S STUF-'E Fine Diamonds and Stones Diamond Appraisals All Work Done Jewelry Repairs On Premises or Enjoy our friendly ee,-vice Watch Repairs Expert Jewelers and better prices while Re-Mounts And Watch Makers shopping for all your Gem Identification Meats, Produce, liquor, and grocery needs. Joseph Buttross ll G9m0l09iSl Citgo Gasoline at Edward Buttross 3elf-5e,-yiee Diamond Appraiser Sayings Easy access for all RV.'s. 2841 Johnston 319 Frontage South College Parkway Plaza Shopping Center Shopping Center Qpen 7 days weekly Across Ff0m 6 A.M.-9 P.M. Northgate Mall 232-7566 232-7569 235-4558 5 BRUCE S GROCER Y HOURS: 6:00 until 8:00 7 days a week 117 Golden Grain Road FRESH MEAT - LIQUOR - GROCERIES - GAS FULL LINE OF FEED FULL LINE OF PRODUCE Gloria Broussard - Owner 5443 Johnston as Street Lafayette, LA 70503 An Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor P'10"e1994'5749 and Candy Store 288 ADVERTISEMENTS 'l I TODD Most of Your Printing I PUMP Q SPECIALTY Done Ahead of Schedule! T Distributors for i QUIKPRINT I McFarland Distributors, lnc. James W. Todd ,N ,. f 117 Emerald Dr. Lafayette, LA 934-3151 I , ' A I phone, 232.0897 3116 JOHNSTONILAFAYETTE, LA Rs, I ALBERT HOWARD MARTIN ,mp I , if SPORT-A-HAMA, INC. A 2 mn Time Plaza Shopping Center Q "' ' 1553- I .i1:3:a2?::'s.iz. I 318-988-1443 . . L2 .I Gourmet coffee a Tea gong 8- Kale Brodhead Allma F. 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Karen 49, 202 Vaughn 49, 160 arrie 28, 49,111, Hugh 49 Catherine 49 Carpenter, Patricia 49, 242, 296 Chaisson. Forrest 13, 49, 241 Champagne, Gerald 28,49 Chaney, Jody 49 Chappius, Simone 61 Charles, James 49, 124, 127 Chauvin. Vicki 18, 28, 49, 172, 186, 187. 190, 194, 197, 200, 202, 244 Choplin, Christina 49 Christian, Leo 49 Clark, Lorre 26. 49, 233 Clark, Ricky 49 Clay, Raymond 49 Cleveland, John Cleveland. Mike 49, 158, 160, 163, 207 Clifton, Cory 3, 18, 49, 202, 206.208, 296, 209, 224. 225, 227, 233, 238, 240 Clooney, Michael 10, 18, 49, 101,104, 106,282 Coker, Catherine 49, 235 Cole, Janice 28, 49, 184, 238 Comeaqx, j fee.. ,',7 9mi?9Ui21GIeni'49. 23547. , ..,. 9,2 eaux, KennQm49 I 935132, 19392. Mor-iiiiie 49 ,lire 4 'f'1ef.i'KafIa49:. at A 7' armiemg ,,49g4 . fic 57 A Cormier. Cox, Thomas 28, 50, 178, 179, 207, 209, 225, 237 Credeur, Teddy 50 Crisp, John 50 Crowley, Kim 50 Curtis, David 50 124, 131 , Jeffrey 47, 160, 163 D Q Anne 47, 243 Daigle, Kevin 50 Kimberly Darby, Charlene 26. 50 Stephanie 26,47 Qiiiwbarby, Kevin 50 Cabot 61 A Dartez, Christopher 50 Dauterive, Donald 13,,24, 50 ' Davis, Ida 50 Davis, Rachel 50, 242 Degeyter, John 50. 155, 160. ' 6 163 Dejacques, Richard 50 Delacerda, Kimberly 560, 243- Denais, Carolyn 50 Dennis, Amanda 50 Deshazer, William 50, 224, . 225 Devillier, Jason 50, 178 Diettel, Carla 50, 160. 202 Dixon, Robert 50,101,103, 104 Doedener, Erika 50 Domingue, Melody 50 Domingue, Roxanne 50, 184 Doolin, Chad 61 Dotson, Alicia 6, 50, 168, 169 Dowzft, Theodore 50, 94, 101, Doyle, Susan 50, 163 Dubois, Dawn 50, 61, 144, 146,147,156,160, 163, 234, 248 Dubose, Tammy 50, 140, 141, 143, 235 Dugas, Sharon 50 Duhon, Chelsea 51 Dunn, Bobby 27,51 Duplechin, Lisa 51, 281 Dupree, Rebecca 51 Dural, Joseph E Edmondson, Gary 28, 51, 159, 160, 163 Edmondson, Stacey 51, 160, 1 ' 163, 234 A Edwards, Patrick 51 Elliott, Brandon 28, 51, 178, 236 Emberland, Dana 51, 160, 163 Estilette, Peggy 51 Everett, Clinton 61 F Fabacher, Michael 51, 124 Faulk, Anita 51 Faulk, Jolene 51, 221 Ferguson, Michael 51. 154, 155, 163 Fletcher, Debbie 51 Folsom, Robert 51, 178, 202, 207,209 Fontenot, Angie 51 Foreman, Farrel 20, 28, 51, 178, 200, 201.203, 221, 222, 242, 245, 249, 223 Foreman, Jan 51 Francis, Belinda 51, 250 Francis, Erica 29, 51, 172. 190,195,202.212,214, 227, 232, 245 Francis, Gwen 51,243 Frederick, Melissa 17, 51, 140, 141, 143 G Gallet, James 61 Gary, Danny 51 Gary, David 52, 206, 207, 208, 226 Gaspard, Tina 52 - Gates, David 52, 203, 213 Gaudet, Bridget 52 Gautreaux, Philip 52, 281 Qiddings, Sharon 52 Hoss, Shawn 28, 53, 216, 217 Hudson, Suzanne 8, 9,10.11, 21, 24, 26, 46, 53, 167, 203, 234, 291 Hug, Bennett 53 Hulin, Ken 15, 53 Hundley, Sean 1, 10, 18, 28, 53,154,160,163,196,198, 229, 231, 237, 249, 92, 272 Huynh, Nga 53 J Janice, Christopher 53 Jefcoat, Monica 5, 13, 19, 26, 53, 178, 206, 207, 208, 209, 213, 229, 230, 233, 272, 239 Jefferson, Anthony 53 Johns, Raymond 20, 22, 53, 218, 222, 223, 241, 246, 248 Johnstone, James Jones, Kimberly 53 Jones, Troy 15, 16, 22, 28, 61, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100. 101, 102,103, 104, 107 Jones, William 61 Journet, Johnette 54 Massey, Christopher 55 Mata, Beatrice 19, 55, 179, 213, 214, 249 Matese, Mary 28, 29, 55, 197, 227, 237 Matt, Christine 55 Matthews. Cory 55 McLelland, Brian McBride, David 55, 242 McFarlain, Gregory 55, 159, 160.163, 188, 246 McKinney, Sandra 55 McLelland, Brian 55 Meaux, Denise 55 Meche, Rosanna 55 Medlin, Amy 19, 28, 29, 55, 178,179,191,194,195, 202, 225. 226, 227,237 Melancon, Adrienne 26, 46, 55, 221 Melancon, Allyson 8, 9, 13, 17, 26, 29, 55, 168, 169, 180, 181, 190, 194, 195, 202, 207, 208, 209, 232, 239, 242, 250 V Menard, Carla 55, 243 ' 63111, Maw 16, 29, 46, 52, 186, . Justin. Paul 54 Merpiel-,Troy.56, 116, 117,',,. '225.227.249e,P29,6 K ' . irii , 13992414532 ,Q QQfd0n4Qory.31',g:,8 9.10?'1B. "- 1 ,W "T,Mail151152,35i65i9f320.i'12f1L't'?3" .211.24.25.52.1-65.,156.,,,,, ,C i'ia2?3515.31,6Qgi25.226. . if, . 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Morales 3111152 22 56 222 13S.232,2a4,243 21,2-1, 26, 30,46, 54, 92. 242 ' ' ' ' ' Guam, christine 52,157,160 168, 169, 182, 229, 230, Momson pamck 56 2,3 Gulmy' G'e9 171 24' 26- 46' 238' 272 Mouton Catherine 56 52,101,103,104,106, 136, Lanary,Mar654,1o7,169, M , 'M R20 56 160 137, 130, 139, 209, 232, 200, 201,236, 241,242 9'g3?'343a' 1 - ' 239. 235. 242 Landry, Michelle 28, 54 ' . Guiuw, Julie 20, 25, 52, 222, 234, 237, 247,241 Mouloni Mfchae' 56- 116 237. 249. 223 Lansou, Michelle 54 M0U'0"' 'V"'C'7e" 56 Giggry. Paige 26. 52. 206. Lar1tler,Angela27,54,235, mmliof'-gha"5g9 56 221 6,243,293,250 242 ou on. usan . . Guidfy. Patrick 52 Lantier, Dawn 54 N Gllidfy. Teffy 52 Lantier, Denise 24, 54 Needham, Bridget 3, 9, 10, 22, Guldry. Timmy 52 Lapoint, Judy 54, 184, 185 26, 46, 56, 165, 167, 239, H Lavergne, Michelle 54 284 ' " Hams, Ban 24, 25, 52. 204. Lagbgaggi 15931 61' 92' 229' N9,'Q'f"5JgaQ221g31,8' 56' 196' 205, 209, 246, 249 1 1 q ' ' H ,LJ ' 1.e,00i2a,54,163,169,144 Noei,k1m 56.4250 ., aQ'Qf'1'Q'Q,,,71meS19 28'29' 146, 147,212,214,216,235 Norwood.Justine 56 Handy, Timothy 22, 52, 95, 96, '-ealhemf James O . i 100,101,103,104 Hanks, Troy 52,232,234 Harmon, Roxanne 52 Harper, Bllli 52, 116 Harggigton, Teddy 52, 160, Harris, Donna 52 Harson, Wendy 52 Hayes, Anthony 53 Headley, Brian 53 Hebert, Carla 53 Hebert. Dana 53, 140, 141 Hebert, Donna 7, 20, 53, 172, 184. 185, 200 Hebert, Duane 53 Herbert, James 53 Hebert, John 53, 204 ' Hebert, Michael 53, 169,241 Hebert, Suzanne 17, 53, 116, , 118 Hebert, Terri 61 Henry, Kellie 53 Hernandez, Arlene 20, 53, 199, 233 Hernandez, Bryant 53, 136, 137, 138, 139 Hernandez, Marcus 53 Herring, Russell 11, 53, 101, 33 104, 216, Hoftpauir, Darryl 53, 204, 205 Hoffpauir, Lora 53, 184, 185 Hollier. Maude 53 as 3' Holmes, Stacey 13, 29, 46, 53, 186, 229, 230, 238, 272 Ly: 'rx Leblanc, Greg 54, 252 Leblanc, John 54,214 Leblanc, Kim 54 Leblanc, Marc 54, 99, 101, 104 Leblanc, Sonya 54, 221 ' V Lee, Roy 54, 150 Leger, Sandy 55 3 , . kL6l?l ggmiqggpn 28255 7 A Len 6s5Arifi511'1,,13.:17,21,1 23z.2?5i51587a2128?139' 1 ' y V y , 209, 237, 240, 241" V Leonard, Cynthia 55 Lewis, Brenda ,55 , Lewis, Carl 61 Lewis, Samantha 55 , upari, Mark 24, 55, 136, 137,73 . 138 7 -Q , 'Louviere, Kevin 29.55, 160, 163.1202 , , 'fi,guviereyShane319, 22,225 " m'55f-1785 206, 207, 208, 240 Lutgring,Melissa 8, 9,21,22, I , 26, 28.355, ,168if169, 196, 111224. 241, 244,247 M ,L , 5 .2 Nlalveaux, Angelia 61 Mann, Sharon 55 Manuel,,Eric 24,,55, 116,117 M,apueli'Pamela 55 ' ' Manuel, Steven 55, 94, 99, 101, 102, 104 , Marty, Kim 55, 197 ,.2zRaii5Qii6nald156,94Zzj f 1, 105 5545 4 Obrien, Michelle 617155 Oge, Barbara 56, 242 Ollison, Sheila 2. 56 ours,yvenay.56, 213' Owers, Ricky45'6Q 160. 163 P ...fa 3 'Parsley,i Hooper 56, 109 Patin, Carrol 562120, 121, 122.227, 2322.00 ' Patin, Max 6 Patterson, Kristy 5, 57, 116, ,. 118, .191, 194, 232 Wecnik, Missy 20, 21, 57, 156, 160 Pecnik, Nathan 6, 18.57, 169. 209. 240 Pederson, Anthony 57 Pederson, Tina 61 Pellerlnjfififodney 57 , Pelletier. Michael 3. 17, 57, 92, 144,,145. .147, 207, 226, 3, .2291 230. L 1. 9 . .I??E""1' E ' PQ!dQ'U9f.If9Sf 571250 654, 31124, 1 .P6.fr6n,c95tl1ia,s,i3, 10, 11, 3 ..21.22.z1262157.i165. 166 1e7.'Y1fW ' 7 180, 206, 207, 208.238, 291 Perrot, Kim 8, 21, 22, 28, 61, 112,132,,133,134,135, 235 Phan, Chi 1, 5, 28, 57, 92, 144, 146, 147, 178, 196, 200, 223. 231, 272 ,,j f 9 Vai Phillips, Michelle 57j9172, 182, 189, 200. 237 , .. " 9 , , ,,., .. 1 1 -Fit l 4' .Ne ix 5 Picou, Tammy:26, 28, 57 Picou, Tiffany 57, 250 Poindexter, Brian 57, 97, 98, 99,100,101,102,104,136, 137, 138, 'l39, 232, 233, 234,237 Pomier, Evett 57 Pons, Stephanie 57, 182, 189, 191,194,195,196,198,239 Posey, Alan 57, 158, 160, 243 Preiean, Harold 57 Price, Grady 3, 27, 57, 206, 207, 200, 209 Prudhomme, Susan 17, 57, 144, 145, 147 F1' Rabalais, Michael 57, 252 Racca, Rob 57 Racca, Susan 57 QQ Ratliff, Kim 26, 57, 191, 206, W 221 Reaux, Michelle 26, 28, 57, ,W 212,213,214, 233 ' Reilly, Mike 58 Resweber, Kristy 26, 58, 167, 208, 239, 243 ' Richard, Brian 1, 5, 10, 17, 30, 58, 92, 136, 137,178, 179, 207, 208, 228, 229, 230,fgw.l, 231, 236, 272 ' 1 Richard, Colin 252 Richard, David 58 , Richard, Kelly 58 Richard, Rachel 58, 240 Richard, Rusty 28, 58, 155,' 159, 160,202,244 ' ' Richard, Scott 61 Richard, Susan ,A,A, Rideaux, Donald 58, 131 'l Riley, Berry 58, 235 Roberts, Catherine 58 ,,,,,, , Robin, Karen 58 'W Robinson, Nancy Romero, Kenneth 58, 281, Romero, Warren 58 Roy, Ryan A Rushing, John 58, 1015104 I S T Taylor, Kelly 59 Taylor, Malcolm 59, 97, 98, 101, 104, 106 , Terry, Lisa 59 Theriot, Dean 59, 94, 96, 97, 100, 101, 104, 136, 137, 138, 139, 197, 224 " Theriot, Tammy 61 Thibeaux, Theresa 8, 9, 15, 16, 21, 26, 46, 59, 192, 194 203, 212, 214, 232, 236 Thibodeaux, Kimberly 59, fl 11 17, 1 18 Thibodeaux, Robert 59 Thompson, Sarah 19, 60, 203 if 212,214 A Thrasher, Kin'ii61 , Touchet, Cindy 61 VToups, Sheri 17, 60, 112, 113, 207 ' Trahan, Brenda 60 Trahan, Darryl 60 Trahan, Jude 20, 26,'60, 112, 113, 207, 239 Trahan, Marty 60, 101, 105, 252 +1 if Trahan, Michael 60 ' Trahan, Pamela 60 Trammell, Patricia-10, 26, 60 Travis, Todd 60, 95, 97, 101, 103, 105,107, 235 Turner, Kim 60 V Venable, Chris 60, 234, 250 Venable, John 60 Vincent, Amy 60 Vincent, Craig 60 VinOent,'Duane 27, 60, 136, 137 Vincent, Karla 60 Vincent, Michael 60 Vincent, Timmie 60 Vizena, Joanne 60 W 1 Walker, Angelia 28,60 . Wylfalsman, Judy 60 Washington, Reginald 60, Schoonover, Paco 215, 235, 241 scott, Michelle sa, 1aA3z,1a5 , xwead, Linda so Searles, Kim 58 1 1 1' 'Welp,'Kathleen 26, 60, 112, Senegal, Becky 58 , , . Senegal, Stephanie 5851 12,352 113,132,134 'ff Sheumaker, Leigh 58, 222, ' 223 , Sifton, Michael 58, 94,f95, fi? 101,103,104,150 Simon, Brent 61 , Siner, Sonya 59, 221' I Smith, Blair 59, 235 Smith, Christopher 59 Smith, Janelle 59, 2528 ' Smith, Nancy 59 Smith, Todd 59,100, 101, 102 ,234 1i" we Smith, Yvette 59 I ' Smoak, Ann 19, 59, 182, 189 Soileau, Tracey 59 , Sonnier, Ann 59, 144, 146,147, 155, 160 Sonnier, Lillian 599 , Sonnier, Todd 17, 59, 116, 117, 116 Speyrer, Kimberly 59,252 Sprouse, Stephen 19, 28, 59, 196, 224, 225, 226, 227, 238, 249 si, Cyr, Brian 24,58 St. Julien, Sadie 8, 9, 21, 22, 68, 238, 242 Stahlhuth, Kenneth 59 Stallings, Myron 59 Staten, Dennis 15, 17, 26, 46, 59, 186, 187, 202, 212, 215, 246 Stelly, Kimberly 59, 160, 163. 182, 189 Stelly, Lane 28, 59, 109 Stelly, Randi 59 Stephens, Mark 61 Stratton, Lauri 59, 165, 167 Strysniewicz, Richard 11, 17, 22,28,59,169,180,197. 224, 226, 244, 247 Stutes, Josette 59 296 113, 192, 202, 207, 209, 242, 249 iwlesjanh, Codie 61 Wllliarns, Lisa 60 Wilturner, John 61, 124, 125, 126,1127, 131, 146, 235, 242 winn, Renee eo, zao - Wlnters,James 60, 124, 125,' 126, 127, 131, 146, 235, 242 Wirt2,iLoray 60 -'1 Wlriz, Michael 60 Wiiherwax, Mary 61, 214, 250 Y Young, Cheryl 161,241 Z , Zamadics, Dorothy 61, 192, 194 Juniors A Abshire, Lisa 63 Alexander, Denise Alexander, Elaine 63 Alexander,Ernest 63 Alexandergtlohnny 63 Alexander, Ronald 63 Alexander, Sheila 63 Alford, Doug 22, 63, 154, 160 Alleman, James 63, 92, 228, 230, 231 Alleman, Steven 63 Alleman, Yvette 63 Anderson, Mark Arceneaux, Nanette 63, 186, 197, 213 Arceneaux, Paula 63, 140, 141, 142, 143 Artigue, Andrew 63, 69, 170, 173 August, Brenda 63 Aycock, Louise 63 B Babineaux, Pricilla 63 Bailey, Mary 63 Baker, Cody 63, 150, 217 Banna, Carol 6, 25, 62, 63, 168,169, 193,194,202 Bass, Barbara 63,67, 173, 189 Bearb, Dawn 63 Bearb, Devin 63, 144 Bellman, Thomas 63, 101 Begnaud, Emerita Benoit, Melissa 63 Bernard, Christina 63, 160 Berry, Donald 222 Bird, Adam 63 Blanchard, Shannon 63 Blanchard, Todd 63, 159, 160, 162 Bonnet, Nicholas 63, 124 Boone, Charles Boudreaux, Denise 63 Boudreaux, Jason 63, 204, 205, 249 Boudreaux, Lane 63, 109 Boudreaux, Tonia 63 Bourque, David 63, 204, 205 Bourque, Jamie 63 Bourque, Michelle 63 Bowers, Bryani63 ' Bowie, John 63, 225 Brasseaux, Nelson 63 Brasseaux, Stephanie 63, 204, 205 Breaux, Joseph 63 Breaux, Lisa Breaux, Pamela 63, 217 Briggs, Michael 63, 97, 101 Brimage, Brian 63 I 1 , Broussard, Amanda 63 Broussard, Barry 3, 63 Broussard, David 63 ' , Broussard, Heath 63, 155, 159, 160, 162 Broussard, Heidi 63, 157, 160, 197 Broussard, Kenneth 63 Broussard, Matthew 63 Broussard, Patti 63 Broussard, Roxanne 63 Broussard, Steven 63, 158, 160 Brown, Bernice Brown, Kelly 62, 63, 68, 144, 145 Burleigh, Celeste 63 Byrd, Paula 22, 27, 63, 67 C Cade, chris 63, sa, 101, 136 Campbell, Dirk63, 110 Carr, Nancy 634' f Carroll,,James 63, 68, 215 Carter,jLois 221 , Carter, Patricia Carter, Tess Cearly, Crystal 63, 248, 249 Champagne, Tiffany:63, 199 Chaney, Julie 22, 63, 143, 155. 159,160, 162, 194, 195, 197,248,249 , Chappuls, Jacqueline:10, 63, ' 164, 165, 167, 291 Chauvin, Angela 63 ,V Chiasson, Denise 62,i63, 168," 169, 202 Chicola, Vivian 63 ,V ,M Clark, Tommy 63, 199, 204,57 205 Cogburn, Brian 63, Cogburn, Chris 63 ' 7' Constantine, Damon 20, 63, 169, 218, 222, 223 , Cook, Bruce 63, 68,202 v it Copelin, Kendell ' Cormier, Christina 63 I Cormier, Kevin 63 'f ' Courville, Catherine Credeur, Belinda 63 Credeur, Kellie 631 f Credeur, Patricia 63 i Credeur, Priscilla 63 Credeur, Wade 4, 64, 188,249 Curley, Stephenie 64 D Daigle, Corrina 64 Daigle, Denise 64, 160 Daiffey, Matthew 64, 120, 121 122 Darby, Kevin Darnell, Tina 64,221 Davis, Sheila 64 Dean, Anthony 64, 124, 127 Degeyter, Robert 64, 154, 160 DeLouche, Darlene 64 DeShazer, Mark 64, 215, 225, 227 Demmick, Christi 64 Dixon, Amanda 64 Dixon, Sherri 64 Domingue, Joel 64, 204, 205 Domingue, Simone 64 Doyle, Diane 64, 156, 160 Drewry, Troy 64, 188 Dronet, Angela 64 Dugas, Bridget 64, 164, 167, 207 Dugas, Janelle 64 Dugas, Rachelle 24, 64 Duhon, Blake 64 Duhon, Danelle 64 Duhon, Glenda 64, 186, 212, 214 Duhon, Kelli 64.207, 209 1,Duhon, Melanie 64,213 Duhon, Susan 16, 64, 168, 169, 189,207,215 Dumas, Michelle 64 Dunlap, Angie 64, 67, 207, 224, 225 Dunn, Kyle 5, 64, 155,159, 160, 162 Dural, Freddie 64 E Earnest, Sissy 64 Edgett, David 64 Elliott, Laura 193 Ethridge, Jill 64, 174, 189 F Faulk, Bridgett 64 Faulk, Paulette Fontenot, Chuck 64, 101, 150 Fontenot, Dee Dee 11, 64, 69, 140, 142,143,207 Faulk, Troy Foreman, Catherine 64 Foreman, Troy 64 Forestier, Kevin Fournerat, Mandy 64 Francis, Andrea 64 Francis, Fernell 64, 136, 138 Frederick, Antoinette 64 Frederick, Brian 64, 109 Frederick, Jennifer 64, 207, 221 Fullerton, David 64,203 G Gaither, Wayne 4, 64,200 Gallaspy, Monica Ganson, Shelly 65, 116, 118 Garrick, Gwen 65,221 Gary, Scotty 65 Geer, Michael 65 Giddings, Debbie 65, 111, 140, 182 Goodrich, Raymond 22, 65, 159, 160, 162 Gobert, Franklin Gordy, James 65 Granberry, Todd 17, 27, 65, 207, 215 Granger, Kendall 65 Green, Rex 3, 65,250 Gremillion, Tina Grote, Christy 11, 65, 111, 225 Guidry, Amy 65 Guidry, Charles 65 Guidry, Kelli 65 Guidry, Michael 65, 101, 204, 205 Guilbeau, Bryan Guilbeau, Clyde 65,204,205 Guilbeau, Greg 20.65, 199, 204, 205 Gumbs, John H Handy, Stephanie 65, 172 Harmon, Rachel 18, 25, 62, 65, 67, 112, 114, 115, 206, 207.218, 222,223 Harmon, Rhonda 65, 199 Harmon, Myra 65, 156, 160 Harris, Jeffery 65, 116, 119 Harris, Kevin 65 Harris, Sonya 65 Harrison, Cassandra 65 Haywood, Randall 65, 217 Hebert, Chad Hebert, Colette 65 Hebert, James 65 Hebert, John 65,205 Hebert, Keith 65 Hebert, Kirk 65 Hebert, Raymond 65 Henderson, Morris 65 Henry, Paul 65, 203 Hernandez, Greig 65 Hicks, Paula 65 Huntington, Tammy 30, 65, 202, 207, 213, 229, 230, 252 Huval, Dixie 65 Huval, Peggy 65,213 J Jefferson, Cassandra Johnlouis, Colleen 65 Johnson, Tammy 65 Jung, Patricia 65, 107, 168, 169, 193 K Kelley, Deanna 27, 65, 175 Kennon, Kara 65, 164, 165, 166, 167, 207, 209, 224, 225, 291 Kerlin, Matthew 65, 154, 159, 160, 162 Kessinger, Linda 65, 175 Kibodeaux, Stacie 22, 66, 132, 133, 148,149, 193,195 Kilchrist, Artis 66, 160 Kresse, Eric 5, 18, 64, 66, 160, 188, 189 L Laborde, Candace 66 LaFleur, John 66, 120, 248 Lagasse, Tracy 66 Lalonde, Michael 66 Lanclos, Randy 66 Landry, Angela Landry, Denise 66, 186, 197, 213 Landry, Eloise 66,221,298 Landry, Kyle 66, 154, 155, 160 Larriviere, Rene 66, 216, 217 Latimer, Sherry 66 Latiolais, Blaine 66,204,205 Latiolais, Jan 66, 207 Lavergne, Denise 66, 68 Leach, Jimmy 66 LeBlanc, Gregory LeBlanc, Moira 66 LeBlanc, Robbie 66 LeBlanc, Tony 66, 200, 204, 216 Ledet, Liz 66 Lee, Amy 22, 66, 207 Lee, Jeffery Lege, Troy 66, 170, 175 Leger, Tres 217 Leger, Rebecca 66 Lejeune, Bert 27,66, 101, 116, 119 Lewis, Angela 66 Ligh, Randy 66, 109, 188,197, 200 Lopez, Tammy 66, 186, 197, 212, 214 Lormand, Joel 66, 136 Lutgring, Kristi 66 M , Maenz, Greg 66 Malveaux, Neal 66, 203 Manhuel, James iBuddyl 66, 215 Manuel, Mark 22,67 Marple, Christy 66 Marsalis, Paige 66 Martin, Paul 66 Marty, Tony 6, 20, 66, 217 Mastro, Chrissy 66 Mata, Randy 66, 224, 225, 249 Matese, John 66, 160,248 May, Charlotte 66 Mayer, Richard 66, 116 kiwi. W- , ,r 9' ,1 N Q, 0 get -3 , . 1 ayne, Colin 66' 158' 150 Roberts, Dawn 67 Walton, -onya 69, 193, 194 B13l'lChBrd gela 71,, 140 Corrnier, Kristie Bride, Colleen 66 Fl0ber1S.H0lly10,64.67 Webb, Kathy 69 Blue. Mich l g 5' 1 courviiieoo 1. 3, 188, 202 cDonald: Geary 66,217 Flvberteeh. Mlehelle - eber,O'Neal15,16,22,25, B0b. ' 1 1 courviiie, Zeal, Eric 19' 66 Robin, Karen 9, 101, 106, 116, 136 Bob, S tgziiz ,, ' " ' Courville, 731,200 eagher, Katherine 66' 1 Romero,T:1og1En 68 at 'eeldfgi Christopher 120, Sonin, pin, 555 . Credeur' lhv- 1 ' 73, 155' 169, 207 ' R0 , Mic 'Q 72T,162,"Sw ". vi 60111, ST ' 71 160 2. ef ' 5 , 1 . elancon, Paula 66 , 1 5 3705.207 7 Q '51-its? 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'11, 291 H-.-nlnew 75, 216, Michael 75, 215, 222 Robin 4, 75, 175 Nicky 75 Paul 75 75, 160 Ryan 75, 150, 151 lcla 75 75 4, 75, 140, McDaniel, Mike 77, 224 McGuire, Mike 77, 116, 119 McGulrk, Gaylyn 77 McKee, Anissa 77 McKinney, Tonya 77, 111, 140,141,142,143 77, 215 70, 77, 221 77 157, 160, 77, 156, 159, Miles, Ginger Miller, Angela 77, 160 Miller, Christine 11, 77 Miller, Todd 77 Monceaux, Michelle Montgomery, Sandra 77 Morgan, Kenneth 77 Moigan, Kevin 77, 128, 129, 136 Morrell, John 151 Morris Morrison Mouton Muse, Michael N Nabors, Cammie 77 Naquin, Navarre Quincy Teresa Racca, Randall Randall Taylor, Lashawn Taylor, Trisha Theaux, Tina Theriot Therlot, R8Si8il, Schwartz, Scloneaux,Kevin earles, Michelle 78 Dana 11, 78 Danny 78 Mike 78, 110 78, 151 Simon Oubre, Vicki 77 70, 78, 75, 148, Moria 77 75 L0l'8h16 yne Lueck, Jennifer 11, 76, 248 Lurz, Heidi 76 Lutgring, Krelg Lutgring, Michael 76, 128, 136, 202. 207 MacDonald, Laura Malcombe, Glenn 76 , Malveaux, Amy Mann, Gregory 76, Manuel, Marrow, Joe Marslglia, Martin, Booker Martin Martin, Prlmeaux Q Quibodeaux Quibodeaux, Karla 78, 97 Senegal, Anna Smith, Angela 78 Smith, Chantell 78 Smith, Chad 78, 101 Smith, Jennifer 78, 200 Smith, Joel 78 Smith, Karen 78, 114 Smith, Sandra Smith, Tricia 78, 160 Soileau, Lorl 78, 171, 172, 224, 249 Speyrer, David 78 Spradley, Tina 78 St. Julien, Bonlta 78, 114, 115, 132, 134 St. Julien, Marlene 78 St. Julien, Michael 78 Steyr, Tammle 24, 78, 177 Steelman, Kyle 78, 150, 151 Lisa 78 ia 3, 78, 114, 142, Jay 11 , 78, 160 Pamela 78. 221 227 78, 101 78,214 221 AV.-sa v'Bs..5arlF.Q Vidrlne, Mlchell 79 Vidrine, Shelia 79 Viguerie, James 6, 79, 1 Viltz, Darrel 79 Vincent, Marion 79 Vincent, Rusty 79 Voisln, Nicholas 79 Vowell, Brian 79 W Waggener, Ben 76, 79, 224, 227, 248, 249 walding, Ashley 79 Waldrup, Stephanie 79, 1 Walker, Jeff 79 Walsh, Dawn 79 Walsman, Tlm , Walters, Stacey 23, 79, 110, 111,148,149 f ,- Wang, Amy 79, 178, 200, 249 Washington, Matthew 79, 222 Watkins, Michelle 79 Watson, Keith 79 Webb, Sally 79 Weggr, Mark 15, 20, 79, 101, Wheeldon, Kim 79 White, Beth 11, 16, 23, 79, 207, 224, 225, 227 White, David 79, 204, 205 Wicker, Kelth 79, 216, 217 Williams, Denise 79 Williamson, Deanna Willingham, Taml 79 Wilson, Amanda 79 Williams, Steven 79 Wilson, Marc 79 Wlrtz, Steven 79 Wltherwax, Elizabeth Woodall, Holly 79 Y Yarbrough, Craig 79, 224, 227 Yeager, Katy 79, 156, 160 Yi, Chong 79 Young, Benson 79, 120, 122, 188, 215,,216, 217, 225 Young, Bryan 18, 79, 188 Z Zeno, Charlotte Zenoh, Rebecca 79 r Deeua ,Q 2. fm Q.,-n ms 1. x:w.:"h1!3-ish 7-1 Beane, Bobby 34,1326 Martin, Sarah 87 Massey, Cherie 87, 220 Matese, Gabe 87, 160, 189 Mathemeier, Scott 87 Matte, Michelle 87 Matthiew, Toby 87, 200 Mairey, Patricia 87,175, 176, 200 .,,VMcCafierty, Kimberly 87, 222 McCall, Glenn 87, 110, 204, 1 205 McGuire, Christopher McZeal, Demarka 87 McZeal, Kimberly 88 McZeal, Paula McZeal, Shane 88 Meaux, John BB Meaux, Thomas 88 87 A7 Msctxeenn 68 . A Meianconoenisesea , llrlalagtcqn, Sherry 88 28 1 Melegf- -l9hn. 7 1re1i5,fJas0n7as+f7 Ntenardggstaqcy 88 ,. vlglertdenba-ll,, Louis 88 T llilercler5FIeiir88r " 9 - -sM.lll2lTa,Q!339,33,., ,,,g,, Miller, 'l'bdd"88 f' A W' '7fg51iiig3ir,7oesrrionasa' - 5 ,rMillegr,,ligaul,A9,p8. 249 Miller, Marki88:'f 1 160- , r11MlF9f,l29i1l59 83 ,Mire.,Qer6ld B8 filniraniianaa f aa, 204, 205 ,e2Mltchell, Michael 88, 108 Aifiiiliiiiieiirarnnsy 88, 248, 2490 Qsgmgijiigemeiy, Elizabeth aa "Mpore'QJill as E?Mr56r62?Aiexys1aa I 7 kenneth as 1 . 59919314932 99'f'9" 85' 108 TMQQQT , siiben as 7 f7Mi?5?r'lQs Margaret '88 -1 MQ5feQn,rGhefvl,88 t A VQREMQILTQSQH, Sandra 88 J l Mj6i'1iant,Travls 88 ,1 ta-Meuton, Liz 1, , Mouton, Kenneth 882 'L Mouton, Laura 88, 156, 160 Y - Mouton,.Mlchae1J. 10, 23, 108 q , 7 Moutonfllllict1ael1R.88 71 : is Mullen,Laurie88 A , Mullican, ,Kay 88 A ' M1.lrDhyf9Martha 88, 176, 225 1, Myers, Apnette 88 Myers, Jennifer 88, 220 , N' Nash, Leah BB, 215,220 Nguyen,,fl'am 88, 144, 146 ,lQ1Q9lQ,Trent 88 Nbliiidgilennirer ss, 200 2' Norinanifcraig 88 , , N0'Sl1"9Bf BHYWOHU O'B1'yari1, Laurie aa, ass 4 7O'Connell,-John89,. ,,. 999ml ' Oliver,7Llsa 7 - 70 PWS 89, ,, 789 ., .tg ,Melanie 89, 220 'Oliver,'Robertson 89, 122 roilyerfkimberiy se, 189 , oiiison, Arthur as Orgertin, Jean , Qliyer 15-399122, ,Q . , Oser,,Amy,89 A Oser, Don 89 A ' Ours, Robert 89 ,A Owers, Rodney 89, 154, 160 P, Parr, Eric'89, 108, 151 77 Parrish, Wendy 89 4 Patterson, Lucretia 89, 176 Pecot, Katherine 89 A 'J Pellerin, Randall-89, 204, 205 ,. Pereida, Donnie 89 Perkins, Sandra 89, 220 Perrddlnl Dolly 89 Perry, Shirees 89, 176, 220 Peterson, Chad 89 Pithan, Ai-nyas, 114, 176 300 A' 57 Portalis, Charlotte 89 Potier, 0520669 A Powell3iSteptien'89 -rf- Preise'-,Bivhard,89 Prejeai1,Scott 83' ' Primeaux,Mellssa' Prine, Steven, 89 Racca, Betty'89 'J nanaai1,7Aiien sei Randall, Ann,,89,,, r Randall, Paige 89 Reedfsally 89 A 7 Reed, SheIIeyB9 , Reh,gRicky 39, 120, 122, 144 Reid, William 89 Fleswebir, Bret 89, 108 3 'Richard Reynolds, Laurie 89, 220 Rhymes, Jason 89 'A Richard, Blaine 89 Richard, Lauri as Richard, Maura 89, 160 ' Richard , Melissa 89 T'f'CY991s Richings, Darren 89 Ritter,Kevin89f in Ritter,Shanln, , , Robbins, Michael Roberts, Roberts, Karen 89 176 Kelli 89 Robichaux, Abby 89, 171, 176, 186, 220 Robicheaux, Nechelle 89, 220 Roeling, Eric 89 Romero, Angela 90 Romero, Angelia 90 Romero, Ashley 90 Romero, Glynn 90 Romero, Lexi 90, 159, 160 Romero, Rachael 90, 249 Rosenou, Earnie 90 Roths, Heather 90, 187, 224 Rourk, Padgette 90 Roy, Danette 90 Roy. Shane 90 Royer, Doble Ryan, James 90 S Salas, Gabriel 90 Sampay, Shannon 90 Savoy, Melissa 90 Scego, Jeffery 90 Schexnaider, Joey 90, 108 Schyneider, Paul 90, 224 Schouest, Chantel 90 Scott, Jeffery 90 Scott, Nathan 90 Scott, Ron 90 Seaux, Pamela 90 Seaux, Shane 90 Seidel, Daniel 90, 222 Senegal, Amanda - Senegal, Derek 90, 158, 160 Sheetz, Melinda 90 Sheumaker, Susan 90,220 Shslgts, Shannon 90, 170, Shows, Clint 90 1 fSlne9aI,,J,Qnathan,90 Smith, Kimberly90 1 Smith, Shane 90 Snell, Leisa 90, 220 Snell, Shannon 25, 90 Soileau, Tara 90 Sonnier, Cedric 87, 90, 160 Sonnler, Kellie ' sennier,Pau11ne9o,r1a4n Spears, Lee 90, 120, 122 Spell, Bar190, 160 Spell, Nicole 90 Spouse, Stacey 90, 160 St. Germain, Shanie 90 Stark, David 90, 110 Stelly, Brenda 90 Stephenson, Michael 90 ,V Sterling, Lloyd 90 W Steward, Angela 90,220 Stewart, Kimberlie 90 Stockmen, Steve Stringfellow, Robyn 90, 144, 187, 220, 225 Stubblelield, Tony 90 . 2, - ls". , iw , 7 east 12 Ja 5: 1,592 ms. ,, 4,7 af- ., ray 031' 7 was ,ie Y g , ' at 7 oi ..,, . 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