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When wc. the Senior Class, made our way down the long lonely hallway to the kindergarten classrooms, all eyes were on us. We learned a great deal on that first day. As the days passed, that long, lonely hallway became a warm, friendly place. During play times and recess, we all made many new friends that would be there for the next 12 years. The next six years were filled with many experiences, some painful and some happy. We will always remember green lunch trays and gym sneakers hanging from our desks. When we reached Junior High, many strange discoveries loomed before us, but it was good experience for our high school years.
When we arrived at those High School years, we were met with many new changes. Those once familiar eyes were there, watching and learning with us. In addition, new eyes became involved with scrutinizing our progress through high school. Three
changes in administration and a large faculty turnover brought new observers to the scene. The construction of a controversial gymnasium and the failure of a levy at the Ada polls turned the eyes of the community on the school and its students. Our class perservered.
Then came our long-awaited senior year. Once again, we were greeted with many new changes just as we had become accustomed to the old ways. Without changes, life would become routine, but change had seemed to continually follow us. Once again, those eyes of others were watching and learning along with us.
As we part from the classmates we have known for so long, we will never forget the sad times, the happy times, nor those times when so many others were watching the class of '88. And as we leave this experience to enter the outside world, once again, “All Eyes Are On Us”.
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Table of Contents 3Doing a little too much “communicating' in Communications class are Sherrie McCoy. Joel Hoag. Candy Howard and Cindy Gossel.
George Downing carefully guides the saw on his Industrial Arts project.
Seniors Tony Marshall and Tom Williams help repair school equipment.
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6 Senior FeaturesCartooning “Draws” Doner
Rung Fu Bunny. Razzlefats the Cat. These and other characters appear in the cartoon portfolio of senior Chris Doner. Although the portfolio collection just began in July of 1987. Chris has been drawing cartoons since the seventh grade. His first “publication" appeared in the junior high newspaper here at Ada.
Chris uses a dry sense of humor to attack any and all subject matter. Chris's style is similar to Gary [.arson's "The Far Side", which he greatly admires. Another cartoon favorite of his is “Mother Goose and Grimm" currently syndicated in the Toledo Blade. Puns, or playing on words, is a favorite approach for Chris.
A quiet and introspective individual, Chris agrees that his cartooning is a form for expressing his own wit and humor. He sees his drawings as
a “backward look at life”, a comedic reaction to people and events of the past. Although Chris admits that sharing his work with peers was difficult at first, positive feedback from classmates encouraged him to begin a portfolio. Each entry is titled, signed, and dated.
An avid follower of the Martial Arts. Chris would like to begin formal Ninjulsu training after graduation. Two of the nation’s largest schools for Ninjutsu are here in Ohio, making his plans a possibility. Chris also hopes to continue his education at the college level, looking at art as a major field of study. According to Chris, it is “extremely difficult to break into the cartooning industry.” However, he plans to continue to submit his work in hopes of becoming a published cartoonist.
1987 State Farmer Degree. 1988 Star Chapter Farmer. First in the district and fifth in the state of Ohio in the 1987 land judging competition. State District Vice President for 1987-88, and a pile of more than a dozen trophies. The list of successes for senior FFA member Matt Klinglcr goes on and on.
Currently serving as the president of the Ada FFA Chapter and working on election as the state FFA president, Matt spends a great deal of his time traveling and speaking on agriculture. “There’s money to be made” (in agriculture) according to Klingler. He sees his role as a public relations ambassador ... “always competing against agriculture’s bad image." The best part of his experience has been meeting so many people. A special memory was his participation at the National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
Matt’s future includes plans to attend Ohio State, majoring in Soil Science, and farming here in Ada. He is also hoping to participate in a two-month work study program in Australia during the winter of ’88.
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Senior Class 9Steven S. Adams Daniel Lee Allen David Richard Anthony Tina Eileen Bare Christopher Lee Barga Sarbori Rumpa Bhattacharya Joseph Nicolas Campoli
Manjula Rajini Canagaratna Monica Diane Chambers Tracie Dawn Clemons Daniel William Click Rachelle Lee Clum LeAnn Compton
Robert Kendall Counts Amy Colleen Curtis Jennifer Louise Dearth Jodi Lynne Dearth Christopher R. Doner George Randel Downing
Seniors 11John J. Fisher Shawn Lee Fisher Patricia Ann Fleming Brian Edward Fletcher
Margaret Allison Gordon Cynthia Kay Gossel Michael J. Hartman Joel Stephen Hoag Deyonka Sharmane Holbrook
Candy Suzanne Howard Andy N. Keller Teresa Kiggins Matthew Leeroy Klingler Tamara S. Lawrence Christine Ann Long
Christine Lynn Manley Michael Alan Manley Dave Marshall Anthony Wade Marshall Scott McCleese Sherrie Lynn McCoy Robert Mosley
Seniors 13Linda Christine Oates Pedersen Drew Allen Peltier Rebecca Jo Ramsey John David Reese Kevin Alan Rex David Wesley Rhoades
Brian Robinson Todd William Robinson Ed Shaw Amy Edwina Shroyer Ryan David Simon Tammy Kay Sizemore
Angela Marie Smith Todd Walls Debra Lyn West Jason M. Wildman Thomas Harry Williams Gary L. Wright Shari Sue Wyss
14 SeniorsSeniors 15Senior Class Officers include Shari Wyss. treasurer: Kevin Rex, vice-president; Deb West, secretary; and Becky Ramsey, president.
Seniors Not Pictured:
J.R. Neuenschwander Stephanie Staley Brian Stull
16 Senior FavoritesTEACHER S PET: Dan Click and Linda Oates-Pedersen with Mrs. Davis.
SHYEST: Mike Hartman and Becky Ramsey.
MOST TALKATIVE: Peg Gordon. (Not pictured — Shawn Fisher)
MOST ATHLETIC: Becky Ramsey and Joe Campoli.
Senior Favorites 17Just Between You and Me ...
The Junior-Senior prom was a night of magic as couples danced into the night. D.J. John Rose provided the music including classic Led Zeppelin and the latest from Poison. After-prom took place at McIntosh follow-
Rob Counts and his date must be enjoying themselves!
ing the dance. The bowling alley and billiard room were open for the active prom-goers and movies were shown in the recreation room for those who would rather relax. The White Bear Inn was open and free Pepsi was
Kristine and Phil danced the night away.
served, provided that there were no drinking and driving incidents reported that night. Special thanks go to the Junior class officers and advisors and everyone else who made Prom night a night to remember!
Jeff Smith and Amy Curtis take time out for a photo.
Everyone’s waiting in line to make a request.
Jodi Farrington tries to organize a group photo. Sarbori stretches to dance with her date'
Seniors Stephanie. Deyonka. Trade, Shelly, and Tammy gather for one last group pic.
= ... Junior Senior Prom ’88
Prom 19Pooh and his date must be enjoying themselves!
Holly Bcckley and Brian Lee take time out from set-up for a picture.
Kris and Phil sneak out in the hall for some time alone.
Here we sec some happy dancing feet!
20 PromProm 21Water, Water Everywhere!
The first annual National Honor Society trip took place on May 6 when eighteen students and six chaperones traveled to Put-in-Bay on South Bass Island for a day of sunshine and fun. Students took a tour of the island, including Perry’s Monument, Crystal Cave, and the winery. Several NHS members had never
N HS members pose on the dock just before the “Islander" shoves off.
Resting at the park in the center of town arc Kevin Moser and Angie Newland.
traveled to the island and particularly enjoyed the ferry boat ride; the weather was ideal. Chaperones for the trip were advisor Dave Lusk and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. Reichcnbach. The day was a definite success and may have begun a new NHS tradition!
According to “reliable sources." LcAnn, Karen. and Vtanjula arc talking to a squirrel.
Ken Williams, Eric Turner. Kalin Dyer. Dan Allen, and Joel Hoag chow down at Frosty’s, the local pizza parlor.
22 National Honor SocietyCo-Valcdictorian Manjula Canagaratna receives a Social Studies award from Miss Sale.
Mrs. Knoble awards the outstanding seniors in the vocal music department.
On May 9, the outstanding seniors of Ada High School were honored in fields ranging from vocal and instrumental music to Mathematics to Vocational Agriculture. Scholarship awards were given to Manjula Canagaratna, Sarbori Bhattacharya, and Mindy Murphy. At the end of the dessert, which was sponsored by the Student Council, the Salutatorian was named as Becky Ramsey and Sarbori Bhattacharya and Manjula Canagaratna were named as Co-Valedictorians. Congratulations Seniors!
Mr. Lusk honors the 1987-1988 seniors of the National Honor Society.
Above left Matt Klinglcr receives one of his many awards of the evening from Mr. Fcescr
A group photo of the seniors w ho were honored at the awards dessert.
Senior Awards 23All Eyes On The Future
The eyes of family and friends rested on the graduating class and the eyes of the 1988 graduating class looked to the future as “Pomp and Circumstance" resounded through the room. Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 1988 were held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 5th in the Ada High School gymnasium.
Following the Invocation by Rev. William Kessler, the senior clarinet quintetof Monica Chambers. LeAnn Compton, Amy Curtis, Amy Shroycr, and Deb West performed.
Other music for the afternoon's celebration included “Another Bridge to Cross" by the High School Choir and “Friends", selected and performed by the senior choir members. The Ada High School Band provided the processional and recessional music.
Rev. Robert Schreiner from the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church gave the Baccalaureate address for the senior class. 1988 Valedictorian honors were shared by Manjula Canagaratna and Sarbori Bhattacharya. Becky Ramsey pre-
sented the Salutatory speech. After certification and introduction of the class by High School principal. Samuel Becklcy, the Class of 1988 was awarded their diplomas. The presentations were made by Ronald Fleming, Board of Education President. The benediction by Rev. James Kerr completed the graduation exercises.
As hats flew through the air, seniors filed outside to celebrate with family and friends, and to look once again to the future.
The camera catches a group of excited seniors awaiting the start of the ceremony.
24 GraduationSteve Adams and Dan Allen arc anxious to begin!
The audience listens intently to Baccalaureate speaker. Rev. Robert Schreiner.
Senior clarinet players perform “Eine Klein Nachtmuzik .
Senior members of the choir say good-bye but remind us that “friends arc friends forever! Patti Fleming receives her diploma and heartfelt congratulations from her father. Ron Fleming.
Manjuia Canagaratna shares her experiences with change, from her homeland to Ada. with her classmates.
Bidding a fond farewell in her co-valedictorian speech is Sarbori Bhattacharya.
Becky Ramsey reviews the stages of childhood in her Salutatory speech.
26 GraduationThe long-awaited diploma brings a sincere smile to Jill Eplcy.
Graduation 27Halloween spirit and school spirit combine to wish the Bulldogs “Good Luck".
Drum major Kristine Hanratty holds the attention of the band.
28 Student LifeStudent Life
Rain, cold, and football create close friends.
Student Life 29Homecoming
A cold and dreary night it was, but even the weather couldn't cover up the magic that was in the air. A parade of cars carrying the 1987 Homecoming Court kicked off the evening’s Homecoming activities. After the parade had wound it’s way through downtown Ada and around the football field, the members of the court were escorted down the field while the High School Band played “Over the Rainbow". It was then announced that the 1987 Homecoming Queen was Amy Curtis.
Following the crowning, the Ada Bulldogs played a hard game yet lost, 0-28, to the Spencerville Bearcats.
The next evening, the Student
Freshmen attendant Kelly Williams puts on a show.
Council sponsored the annual Homecoming dance. The festivities brought a large turnout. The music was provided by 92 ZOQ as couples danced the night away.
The Homecoming festivities were a great success. Thanks to all!
The crowning of Queen Amy Curtis by escort. Jay Wildman.
Junior attendant Karen Faulkner is escorted down the field by Tim Downing.
Senior attendants Candy Howard and Deb West enjoying the festivities.
30 HomecomingHomecoming Court (1-r: Freshmen attendant Kelly Williams. Senior attendant Debra West, Queen Amy Curtis, Senior attendant Candy Howard, Junior attendant Karen Faulkner, and Sophomore attendant Sarah West.
Joe “cool” Campoli strutting his stuff.
Deb West and Dan Allen cuddle at the dance.
Sophomore attendant Sarah W'est poses in the convertible before the parade.
31Kraig McBroom from Raleigh, North Carolina came in to work with the Varsity Singers shortly before the big event.
Sarbori Bhattacharya and Daryl Neff accompany the High School Choir on piano.
Eyes on Music Feast
For the tenth year in a row, the Music Feast, featuring the high school band and choir, the Varsity Singers, the junior high choir and various guests, was a huge success. An a la carte dinner began at 4:30. Dinner entertainment was provided in the multi-purpose room. At 6:30, the Ada High School marching band, under the direction of Matthew Kentner and field commanders Holly Fries and Kristine Hanratty, started the Feast with various selections from their marching season. The band then played the National Anthem and the festivities were under way.
The junior high choir came next, singing three selections. They then combined with the high school choir to perform “Together We Stand", featuring soloists Kevin Moser and Manjula Canagaratna. The high school choir performed four songs, highlighting feature soloist Sarbori Bhattacharya in "Reach the Mountain".
At 7:00, the guest choirs were on. beginning with ONU’s, “Added Attraction”. Also performing were Bluffton's “Soundsation", the River-dale Swing Choir, Bath’s “Voca-laires”, the Marion Harding “Harding Singers” and “The Company”
Bath's “Vocalaircs", a guest show choir, perform their ballad for the audience.
from Piqua. This year's special guest group was the “M and M’s” from Cuyahoga Falls, under the direction of Becky Wilkins.
The evening was highlighted by our own Varsity Singers. The group opened with a lively “Catch the Spir-it Spirit Song”. Soloists Coleen Griffin and Chad Brubaker showed everyone their “Brand New Attitude”. Sarbori slowed down the pace with “An Unexpected Song”. Troy Thacker, Kevin Rex, David Rhoades and Todd Robinson ended the evening’s entertainment with a quartet rendition of “Muddy Water”.
32 Music FeastThe Junior High Choir has all eyes on Mrs. K noble.
Mrs. Knoble, at the controls, makes sure everyone smiles.
The High School Marching Band, with field commanders Holly Fries and Kristine Han-ratty, perform one of this season's exciting numbers.
Bluffton's “Soundsation", a guest choir, perform a colorful version of “Send in the Clowns”.
Music Feast 33Peg Gordon. Sarbori Bhaltacharya. and Karen 92 Zoo's "Dr. John " Rose serves as D.J. for the Faulkner arc doing their infamous "peanuts Christmas Dance. dance".
Tis the Season
A new event was added to the student activities calendar this year, a Christmas Dance. Student Council sponsored the event and "Dr. John” Rose from 92Zoo donated his time as disc-jockey. Admission to the dance was a new toy. All toys were donated to the "Toys for Tots” program. Al-
LcAnn Compton and Troy Thacker dance for the camera.
though there was not a large turnout, everyone who came appeared to enjoy bringing in the Christmas spirit. In addition, a bountiful bagful of toys was collected for distribution to little children. Merry Christmas to all and to all there, it was a “good night”.
Karen Faulkner and her date alone at the table.
Kelly Podojil laughs it up.
34 Christmas DanceOh Christmas Tree. Oh Christmas Tree.
Mrs. Davis and her “date” pose in front of the tree.
Christmas Dance 35Winning Words
“The old auditorium with its spectacular window and balcony signs, and its beautiful stage setting seemed to express the enthusiasm of the occasion. This enthusiasm was furthered by appropriate cheers from the different classes.”
The previous quote appeared sixty-four years ago in the 1924 Ada High School Yearbook. While most of the signs and some of the enthusiasm have been lost over the years, the basic premise of Interclass continues. Originated in 1907 by Dr. C. H. Freeman, the purpose of Interclass is to promote good sportsmanship, independence of thought and extensive research on the part of the students.
In this year’s Interclass competition, twelve upperclassmen competed in the areas of short story, essay, dra-
matic reading and poetic reading. Representatives for the sophomore class included Stephanie Dickson, Sharon Guy, James Johnson and Matt Hies-ter. Juniors were Jennifer Pizzuti, Kevin Moser, Holly Fries and Coleen Griffin. The senior class was represented by Peg Gordon, Amy Shroyer, Becky Ramsey and Sarbori Bhatta-charya.
First place honors went to Coleen Griffin (short story), Amy Shroyer (essay). Peg Gordon (poetic reading) and James Johnson (dramatic reading). Over-all first place went to the senior class. Congratulations to all participating students.
James Johnson performs enough magic to snag first place in dramatic reading.
Receiving the winning trophy from Mr. Fries are seniors Peg Gordon and Amy Shroyer.
36 InterclassRepresenting the “winning class" are seniors Interclass '87-'88. Front: Becky Ramsey, Matt Becky Ramsey. Peg Gordon, Sarbori Bhatta- Hicster. Colecn Griffin. Back: Peg Gordon, charya. and Amy Shroyer. Jennifer Pizzuti. Stephanie Dickson. Sharon
Guy, Amy Shroyer. Kevin Moser. Holly Fries, James Johnson and Sarbori Bhattacharya.
Interclass 37Love Is In The Air ...
Love was in the air at the Valentine’s dance, sponsored by the Student Council. Although there was not a large turnout, those who attended had a great time.
The dance was semi- formal and replaced last year's Beach Party. This year, the Student Council tried some-
thing new — a computer matchup service, provided by Data-Match. Students in grades 7 through 12 were given the opportunity to fill out a questionnaire and within a week discover who were their ten most compatible match-ups in Ada High School. This service provided a great
deal of fun and excitement at the dance, as the results could be purchased at that time.
Many thanks go to the DJ John Rose from 92ZOQ, the chaperones, and the Student Council for giving us the opportunity to dance all night.
38 Valentine's DanceA group of juniors enjoy the music and the company.
Kelly Podojil and Jenny Wilkerson seem surprised with their results.
Amy Wells and Scott Wilson seem to be enjoying themselves.
Valentine's Dance 39Friendship
Dedication “Yearbook Staff’
After a full year of parties, pizzas, workshops, and WORK, the '87-'88 Yearbook Staff became a close-knit family. Under the direction of third-year editor Amy Shroycr, this staff never missed a deadline, a rare feat in the world of journalism. Their dedication was obvious. Shroyer went on to win the Senior Journalism award presented at the Senior Banquet.
Trying times for the girls included some hectic, last minute deadline rushes, frantic searches for missing material, and a desperate need for camera batteries at the wrong times. Positive moments occurcd when members visited Kenton High School for a journalism workshop in October. For the first time in many years,
ad sales went up and fund-raisers were unnecessary.
All work and no play makes for a grumpy yearbook staff so movies were shown between deadline dales. Favorites included “Dirty Dancing" and "Blind Date". Another favorite pasttime were picture days and "catered" lunches. Losing five seniors, the staff will be young next year. Many members are planning on attending a workshop at Capital University in July to train for the ’89 book. Thanks for a job well-done!
Vlanjula Canagaraina is either making a journalistic point or asking for another piece of pizza.
Advisor Mrs. Lyn Davis and Editor Amy Shroycr relax from a hectic picture day.
The Three Stooges and Ronald McDonald: Sharon Guy. Natalie Curtis, and Tracic Lewis at a journalism workshop in Kenton.
40 Yearbook-87-'88 Yearbook seniors Manjula Canagar-atna. Amy Shroycr. Shelly Clum. Deyonka Holbrook; not pictured Linda Oates Pedersen.
Kelly Podojil demonstrates an unusual, but typical, journalistic technique to Natalie Curtis.
Center Photographers. Row I: Josic Aron-halt. Jenny Hawkins, Lori Scott. Staci Robinson. Head Photographer Deyonka Holbrook, Row 2: Tracic Lewis. Michelle Hall, Kelly Podojil. Natalie Curtis.
A typical Thursday at 5:00 finds Karen Faulkner Finishing material for a deadline.Future Farmers July to July
From the All Vocational Camp in July to the National Convention in November to the Small Animals Day in May, the activities of the Future Farmers run year long. This year, as in past years, the Ada FFA completed an award winning schedule. August brought the Alumni Hog Roast, Dairy Day at Wooster and participation in the F M picnic. Major highlights of September included the Hardin County Fair and Landjudging Contests at the Farm Science Review. Competition in Urban soil judging, parliamentary procedure, mechanics and merchandising kept
FFA’ers busy from October through Decembers along with fruit sales.
National FFA Week was celebrated in February. Ada FFA'ers also celebrated their 50th Parent- Member banquet in February. The month of March saw travel to Wilmington, Wilford, and Ohio State University for presentations and judgings. All FFA teams then participated in the State Skill Contests in April. May included landscaping projects and the Food for America Program.
Congratulations to all the members of the Ada Future Farmers for a successful and productive 1987- 88.
Trophies won by our Ada FFA. The Ada FFA 50th Anniversary cake.
42 FFA1988 District 4-7 County Area F.F.A. Awards
National Chapter Award by Colccn Griffin.........Superior
B.O.A.C. Award by Mike Manley...............4th went to state
Secretary Books by Brian Williams.........5th gold rating
Treasure Books by Shawn Fisher..........Bronze Rating
Reporters Book by Virginia Reichenbach ... 3rd gold rating went to state
State Farmer Degree Upper 3 in State.........Coleen Griffin
Star Slate Farmer Degree 1st Place..............Malt Klinglcr
These Applicants will go to state
Diversified Crop 1st Place Matt Klingler
Agriculture Mechanics 1st Place Matt Klingler
Soil Water Management 1st Place Matt Klingler
Computer Award 1st Place Matt Klinglcr
Accounting Award 1st Place Matt Klinglcr
Forage Crop Award 2nd Place Matt Klinglcr
Home Improvement 2nd Place Matt Klingler
Beef Production 3rd Place Ted Griffith
Oil Crop 3rd Place Matt Klingler
Extemporaneous Speaking 2nd Place Gold Rat-
ing Matt Klingler
Prepared Speech Gold Rating Coleen Griffin
Creed Speech Gold Rating Angie Mumaugh
Parliamentary Procedure Gold Rating Jr Sr Team
Angie Mumaugh and Ronnie Lytle are in- The Ada FFA Officers: Ken Williams, Coleen volved in the conversation. Griffin. Matt Klingler. Keith Everhart, George
Downing. Virginia Reichenbach. and Brian Williams.
Student Council is an organization that lets the students get involved. The Council consists of five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, three freshmen, two eighth graders, and two seventh graders. They worked together throughout the year to support academic and social involvement.
The Student Council once again sponsored the annual Homecoming festivities with much success. The Council tried to get the school involved by providing two new dances this year. Although the turnout was few in number the holiday spirit was still present.
The Council did not only sponsor
social activities. They helped make the Interclass competition and the Senior Awards Banquet a great success.
To help with all of the activities they provided this year, the Council members sold baked goods and washed many cars. They also sold concessions at every home basketball game and sponsored a Carnation Day for the student body.
Shawn Fisher prepares the concession stand for the next home game.
Tracie Aronhalt. Brian Madison, and Troy Hazleton relax between quarters.
44 Student CouncilSeated: G. Podijil, J. Fox. B Clum. L. Beanblossom. Row 1: H. Straycr, Dearth Row 3: L. Brown. K. Faulkner. C. Griffin. K Moser. Row 4: P. A. Reese. B. Young. Row 2: Mr. Lusk. B. Madison, T. Hazclton, C. Gordon. J. Campoli, S. Fisher. B. Ramsey, and S. Bhattacharya.
O’ Christmas Tree O' Christmas Tree. Officers: Row I: J. Campoli. Mr. Lusk. B. Ramsey Row 2: K. Faulkner.
S. Fisher, President P. Gordon.
Student Council 45Shhhh ...
Shhh, it’s a secret. The Secret Admirers once again kept the high school football team full of spirit and food. The girls, under the direction of Monica Chambers, hung posters above the players lockers each week. Along with this, members of the team found a ‘treat’ waiting for them in their locker room every Friday morning.
The annual spaghetti supper was a big success and a spirit booster for the following night's game against Upper Scioto Valley.
Our team will boogie to a VICTORY!
Deyonka Holbrook can’t get enough!
Middle: Paying close attention at a “secret" Some of the members helping out at the Spa-meeting. ghetti Supper.
46 Secret AdmirersFantastic Flags Fly
This year the eleven members of the Ada High School Flag Corps ivcn though the cold weather was evident. Ra- started practicing early in August hclic W ss performed the routine with case. and didn't stop until October. The
corps participated in all of the football games, the F M Picnic, the Allen and Hardin County Fair Shows and several parades, ending their season with a performance at the an-
Chris Manley relaxes between routines.
nual Music Feast.
Dressed in new uniforms, the corps competed in the Allen County Flag competition placing third. The members also competed with the band in three competitions placing third in two. They worked hard to end a fantastic season placing first in their last competition.
Jill Turner waiting to perform at Music Feast.
Amy Curtis concentrates on her performance.
Seniors (L-R) Chris Manley, Amy Shroyer, Deb West. Monica Chambers, and Amy Curtis.
Flag Corps 47Mind-Boggling
Members of the quiz bowl relax betwee matches at the Van Wert Invitational.
The “academic athletes” of 1987 represented Ada High School at five scholastic bowl competitions. Highlights of the year included a second place finish at Kenton’s May Invitational and semi-finals in Kenton’s first meet and the Hardin Northern Meet. Ada's quiz bowl lost at the Van Wert Invitational to Lima Senior, ranked number one in the slate.
Quiz Bowl Members: Kevin Moser, Sharon Guy, Jodi Dearth. Sarbori Bhattacharya, Karen Faulkner, and Manjula Canagaratna. Back row: Advisers Bob Sperling, Lyn Davis and David Lusk.
The 1988 Quiz Bowl team, along with 1989 prospect Marshall Trastcr. pose with the first place trophy at Van Wert.
48 Qui Bowl TagLanguage Club
Language Club continues to grow with students from both the French and Spanish classes. French and Spanish renditions of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears" were among
this year's projects. Profits from the candy sales were used to buy video material for the language department. This year's activities closed with a party at Bandido's.
Language Club members. Row I: M. Cro icr. N. Curtis. Row 2: J. Hawkins. A. Reese, K. Faulkner. L. Bcanblossom. A. Mumma, E. Scagravc. M. Hicsicr, L. Scott. Row 3: J. Dearth. R. Crouse. T. Lewis. K. Podojil. J. Wilkerson. T Marshall, S. Guy. S. Robinson. B Sickcrman. K. Moser. Row 4: J. Johnson, V. Rcichcnbach. A. Reitz, B. Young. J. Hovis, L. Kidd. S. Brown. H. Fries. K. Hanratty. S. McCoy. S. Thcdc. P. Traster.
Randy Crouse tries to communicate through a foreign language game.
Trying to interpret Randy’s message arc Jenny Hawkins, Kelly Podojil. Lisa Bcanblossom, Amy Mumma, Virginia Rcichcnbach and Sharon Guy.
High School Tag (far left) Row 1 1 Traster. K Faulkner. B. Brubaker. S. Ha clton. V Reese. B Badcrtsehcr. I) Hruschka. Row 2 k Hanratty. K Moser. S. Guv. I Compton. J Dearth. ( Gusscl. S Dickson. Row 3: H. Stravcr. S Bhatlacharyu. I - Bcanblossom, J. Hovis. S Thcdc. I) Wire.
Junior High Tag. Row I arncr. S Kurt . S Bcanblossom. Mrs I lev. Row 2: B ntho-n . J. Fox. J. Young. J. Fox.
Language Club 49ALL EYES ON BAND
This year the band started its marching season with a summer band camp, learning drills and music. The band performed at all of the football games and was invited to participate in various parades and the annual F M Picnic. Although the band did not do extremely well in competition this year, they worked hard and put much effort into their show. The marching band ended its season with a performance at the 10th annual Music Feast.
Winter preparations centered around the Christmas Concert and Concert Band competition. The band received a 1 (Superior) rating at District, qualifying for State. At State the band received a II (Excellent) rating. The year ended with a Spring Concert honoring the seniors.
Flag girls Chris Manley, Natalie Curtis and Monica Chambers huddle together to stay warm.
Mr. Kcntner waits nervously.
Eric Robirds and Missy Sanders just love band!
50 BandThe percussion section Dave Rhoades, Chris Barga. Chris Wire, Robbie Chandler, Jason Wolkc. and Todd Robinson ham it up!
Xylophone player. LeAnn Compton, concentrates during the show.
Co-Field Commander Kristine Hanratty shines in “Excelsior".
The 1987-88 Concert Band.
Jazz and Jingles
The Ada Junior High School Choir is open to seventh and eighth grade students and has a membership of 70 for 1987-88. They participate in solo and ensemble competition in April and O.M.E.A. Large Group Competition. Their school concerts include “Music Feast”, “March Winds of Song" Concert, and the spring musical “Teen III".
The Junior High Band participated in a number of events this year. Some of those included the Halloween pa-
rade, where they dressed up in costumes. They also marched in the Ada Homecoming Parade and performed at half time with the High School Band. In April, many of the Junior High Band members took part in solo and ensemble contest, which was held at Lima South Junior High School. The band finished the year with a combined concert including the High School Band. The band is looking forward to next year’s season being another success.
52 Jr. High Band and ChoirJunior High Band members gather together to get further instructions from Mr. Kentner.
Bonnie Benson, hands in pockets, poses for the camera.
The Junior High Choir performs at Music
Jr. High Band and Choir 53All Eyes On Music
The Ada High School Choir began practice at the open of school. Their first performance came in November at the annual Music Feast. Next, the choir made their second appearance at the Christmas Concert provided for the public’s entertainment. Upon return from Christmas break, the choir began rehearsal for District Competition. Along with the Concert Choir, the Girl's Choir started practice for the competition. Both the concert and Girl’s Choirs received a 1
(superior) rating qualifying for State competition in April. At State the Concert Choir received a 11 (excellent) rating. Due to complications not caught at District Competition, the Girl's Choir did not receive a rating.
After the competitions were finished both choirs prepared for the 10th annual Spring Fever Follies, designed to say a final farewell and to honor the Seniors. The Concert Choir ended the year with a performance at Graduation.
Graduating early, Linda Oates is honored by The Concert Choir makes its second appear-Mrs. Knoblc at the Christmas Concert. ance of the year.
All District members: Left to Right Sarbori Holly Fries, and Manjula Canagaratna. LeAnn Compton directs the audience during a
Bhattacharya. Kevin Moser. LeAnn Plaugher. Sing-a-long.
54 High School ChoirChoir Officers; Left to Right S. Bhattacharya, D. West, L. Compton, T. Robinson. H. Fries,
K. Moser, and K. Rex. (Absent S. Fisher)
Manjula Canagaratna captures the audience's attention with her solo.
High School Choir 55Some Varsity Singers show no sign of nerves as It's finally the Varsity Singers' turn to be show-they smile for the camera. stoppers at the competition.
Chicago taken by storm!
The 1987-88 year was a spectacular one for the Varsity Singers. For the first time in Ada High School's history, they earned the opportunity to perform in a national competition! This group, which includes 28 singer-dancers and 5 jazz band members, was one of the 15 groups chosen from over 50 nation-wide applicants to compete in the National Showstop-pers Competition in Chicago. Even though the Varsity Singers were in competition with groups from larger schools, they performed admirably. They missed qualifying for the finals by only 2.6 points, and they impressed the judges and audience with their well-crafted show. Mrs. Knoble also deserves to be applauded for developing such a good group and for making
Ada High School proud.
In addition to Chicago, the Varsity Singers also had the honor of performing at OSU's Scarlet and Gray Show . They also performed shows for the community and for area schools. The group will be losing 10 seniors. Four year members include Sarbori Bhattacharya, Shawn Fisher, and Kevin Rex. Other seniors are: LeAnn Compton, Manjula Canagaratna, Deb West, Todd Robinson, David Rhoades, Dan Click, and Daryl Neff, the accompanist. They gave the last performance of the year at the spring concert where a packed audience gave a standing ovation in recognition of the accomplishments of Mrs. Knoble and the Varsity Singers Jazz Band of 1987-88.
56 Varsity SingersChad. Bryan. Marshall, and Malt try their skill at the pinball machines in Hard Rock Cafe.
The Varsity Singers look on with anticipation as they reach the Bismark Hotel after their long trip.
Leann and Leann travel back in time as they eat at the 50's style in McDonalds in Chicago.
Varsity Singers 5758 PeoplePeople 59Holly Beckley Alissa Boedicker Tony Boutwell Lance Brown
Chad Brubaker David Bryant Andrea Campoli Todd Cockerell
Leslie Allen Hilda Andrade Beth Badertscher
Jay Cotten Michael Crouse Ernie Daugherty
Melissa Donegan Tim Downing Mike Dunbar
60ADA PUBLIC LIBRARY NORTH MAIN STREET APA, OHIO 45810 Brent Dye Lisa Dysert Nicole Epley Karen Faulkner
Chanda Fitzpatrick Misti Fleming Holly Fries Bill Fuqua
Coleen Griffin Kristine Hanratty Bonnie Jones Geri Kipker
Class Officers include Eric Turner. Tony Boutwell, Ken Williams and Shaun Mac-Eachen.
Jason Kipker John Kipker Don Lawrence Brian Lee
61Merri Lissner Steve Looney Shaun MacEachen Bart Meyer
Kevin Moser Philip Mullins Mark Music Angie Newland
LeAnn Plaugher Brad Pope Lynn Preston Heather Price
Nick Prueter Jennifer Pizzuti Mike Reed Martha Reese
The big, the bad. and the ugly.
62 JuniorsEric Rudasill Scott Sacks Amy Simmons Jason Stavenger
Shanda Strayer Bridgett Sutherly Troy Thacker Scott Thede
Eric Turner Brian Williams Ken J. Williams Ken R. Williams
Juniors 63Paul Allen Scott Anspach Jeanine Atkinson Angie Baird
Linda Barker David Baughman Amy Binkley Stacy Brown
Ryan Bucher Heather Castle Cyndi Click Matt Conkling
Randy Crouse Michelle Crozier Brian Dalton Amber Dearth
Colby Dearth Christian DeVore Stephanie Dickson Keith Everhart
Sophomore class officers include Tracie Lewis, Jeff Smith, and Sarah West.
64 SophomoresNo gym class on picture day. Looking thrilled with that fact arc Randy Crouse. Matt Hiester. Eric Hinderliter. and Matt Conkling.
Sharon Guy Jennifer Hanratty Troy Hazelton Matt Hiester
Eric Hinderliter Scott Jackson James Johnson Rena Lawrence
Rob Lemin Tracie Lewis Brian Madison Wendy McCoy
Paige Murphy Jim Neiswander Mark Nelson Chris Oakes
Brian Price Jason Pryer Becky Rayl Andy Rettig
Sophomores 65Staci Robinson Jessica Rush Missy Sanders Karen Scott
Shelly Scott Wendy Shepherd Teresa Shields Beth Siekerman
Jenny Simon Jeff Smith Jennifer Smith Kerry Spallinger
Rob Stanfield Jason Sumner Sarah West Brad Wilson
Scott Wilson Scott Wright
66 SophomoresVirginia Amos Tony Archer Josie Aronhalt Brian Badertscher Lisa Bcanblossom
David Benson Dawn Brite Kevin Brown Brian Brubaker Bobby Brush
Bonnie Bryant Rob Chandler Natalie Curtis Corri Dearth Debbie Deringer
Brian Dodge Tim Donegan Ray Emlinger Wendy Epley Travis Evans
Loretta Flarida Jennifer Guidebeck Michelle Hall Jennifer Hawkins Shannon Hazelton
Freshmen 67Enjoying Homecoming is Michelle Hall.
Amy Reese demonstrates a unique basketball play.
Vaughn Hopson Jennifer Hovis Joey Hull Michelle Hurst
Linda Kidd Rod Klinger Shane Klingier Nicky Krummery
Ron Lytle Cliff Maier Tammy Marshall Sean Martin
Jason McClain Misty Miller Angie Mumaugh Amy Mumma
Cindy Nelson Tanya Nelson Matt Pelger Kelly Podojil
68 FreshmenAmy Poe Amy Reese Tammy Reigle Donald Robey
Kris Robinette Dalyn Rose Steve Rudasill Lori Scott
Elizabeth Seagrave Cheryl Shirk Nick Stoodt Hans Strayer
Jennifer Tarr Nancy Tidd Marshall Traster Jill Turner
Freshmen 69Todd VanAtta Shawn Vermillion Craig Ward Amy Wells
Matt Wilch Tommie Wilcox Jennie Wilkerson Kelly Williams
Melissa Williams Ryan Williams Scott Williams Doug Wire
Shannon Wireman Jason Wolke Rachelle Wyss Beth Young
Nick Stoodt concentrates on his typing.
Freshman Homecoming attendant Kelly Williams is escorted by fresh man Ryan Williams.
70 FreshmenTim Allen Bill Anthony Rinalda Britt Angie Byers
Melissa Carey Larry CheneyS ® LeAnn Cheney Michelle Cheney
Amy Clum Ryan Cribley Heather Daugherty Troy Erickson
Steve Fisher Scott Fuqua Jeana Fox Missy Goodin
Shane Jeski Rodney Johnson Jeff Lee Todd Lyons
Eighth 71One of the few eighth graders in the high school Stephanie Montgomery is high on music. pep band is Jcana Fox.
Christa Madison Nevil Magee Rachel Mankey Shane McDougle
Stephanie Montgomery Chris Neely Philip Patton Jason Pitts
Dominique Pizzuti Ginger Podojil Doug Poling John Preston
Britton Robinson Amanda Robirds Kenny Rush Anna Scott
72 EighthThis class never knew the camera was there. (?)
Patty Seagrave Paula Simon Jamie Sizemore
Stephanie Montgomery Bobby Tidd Jennifer Umphress
Dawn VanAtta James VanAtta Brandon Wilson Natasha Warner
Tiana Wilson Cindy Wince Mike Wince Jennifer Young
Amy Clum cheers on the Junior High football squad.
Troy Erickson turns the corner on the opponent.Scott Allison Christina Amburgey Tracie Aronhalt Sara Beanblossom
Nova Beke Darla Bell Bonnie Benson Brandy Binkley
Heather Bitler Tarah Bolen Erin Brown Jessica Brown
S - 1
Randy Brown Todd Bucher Jody Carey Kelly Clark
Brad Clum Shannon Cockerell Patty Cogar Mike Conley
A very exciting class?!
Mr. Baker instructs Josh Dye on his work.
74 Seventh GradeJessica Cribley Danielle Dalton
Scott Dodge Rod Dudgeon
Mary Gilroy Missy Gilroy Ricky Grogan Leslie Guyton
Nanette Hall Jon Harris Mike Hatten Chris Hayes
Thomas Hruschka Jenny Jackson John Johnson Brad Jones
Seventh Grade 75Josh Kanode Lindsey Keller Missy Kidd Erin Klingler
Jason Kloeppel Mandy Knell Stella Kurtz Cathy Lansing
Arlene Lasko Misty Lawrence Tabatha Livermore Mark McClain
Cindy Miller Stacey Miller Mark Mullins Matt Mumma
Jennifer Neiswander LaDonna Neu Michelle Nichols Craig Oakes
76 Seventh GradeChristie Ritchie Anna Robey Tina Sanders
Matt Scott Leigh Ann Simon Julie Stavenger Jamie Stevens
Brittney Strayer Shelley Sumney Craig Sutherly Amber Thede
Chrissy Thompson Charlie Tidd Darrell Tidd Mary Tidd
Jessica Cribley pays close attention to her teacher.
Lula Williams Tony Williams
James Wince Brent Wireman
Heather Webb Jennifer Wolke
Seventh Grade 77Board President Ron Fleming and member Joe Saltzman prepare for an evening of business.
Bradd Molk wears both a teacher's hat and an assistant principal's hat.
’87- ’88 Leaders in Learning
In many ways, education is a business. The school board and administration serve as our school’s “business executives”, those who make the decisions and keep the business running. Some of these jobs are quite visible, while others are more behind the scenes. Whether the individuals are out front or in the background, their roles in creating a smooth functioning school are indispensable.
The 1987-88 school year saw the efforts of two school boards, an almost entirely new administration, and the return of a competent secretarial staff. Their tireless efforts and concern for the educational process at Ada High School are greatly appreciated.
C. Eugene Fries. Superintendent
Sam Bcckley. High School Principal
78 AdministrationPeg Davis High School Guidance Counsel- Karen Foltz — Jr. High School Guidance or. Counselor.
1987 SCHOOL BOARD William Robinson, President Joe Saltzman
Nancy Allison Ron Fleming Joanne Kindle
1988 SCHOOL BOARD Ron Fleming, President Joe Saltzman
Becky Hiester Jim Downing Bob Conley
Far left: Jackie Kent — High School Secretary Nancy Bucher — Guidance Secretary
Board Member Jim Downing looks over notes as Treasurer Judy Lusk waits for the meeting to begin.
Mr. Beckley speaks to the audience at the 1987 Music Feast.
David Allen Kent Baker Rick Blust Joyce Busch
Cindy Campbell Lyn Davis
Mr Dearth demonstrates to students.
80 FacultyTed Lee David Lusk
Taking attendance is a difficult
Faculty 81Myrna Neff Art Norberg Lela Pelgcr Marty Riggs
Jean Sleeseman Robert Sperling
Mr Allen demonstrates inequalities.
Patricia Traster Gary Wagner
82 FacultyDedicated Workers
Harold Music and Arden Crawford take a break to pose for the camera.
L. to R., B Spar. N. Wagner. C. Ferrantc, N. Carmcan. J. Dearth. J. Williams, S. Tong, and
L. to R Bob Shields. Max Klingler. Arden Crawford, and Jack Williams.
There are always jobs for our dedicated custodians to do. Their lists of jobs seem endless. These gentlemen are usually sweeping a floor or changing a light bulb. It's as though the school revolves around these hardworking custodians. This year, there is a new head custodian, Harold Music.
The custodians are not the only ones that work hard. Ada has a group of fantastic bus drivers. They escort the students to and from school every day. They have a huge responsibility and they do the job well.
Janitors Bus Drivers 83Just Enough Cookies
Erica Erickson at work at the typewriter in the high school library.
The familiar faces we see each day are often taken for granted. Such it is with the cooks who faithfully prepare and serve food to almost 1,000 students each school day. These ladies
also furnish flowers for the weekly faculty get-togethers and special snacks for the elementary students in addtion to their regular duties.
Elementary office workers include Andi Cam-poli, Tina Bare. Shannon Wircman. and Amy Clum.
Mrs. Vermillion is discussing the day's menu with Mr. Bcckley.
A big thank-you to all the hardworking ladies from the Ada High School cafeteria.
84 CooksChris Long folds programs in the high school office.
High School Office Workers, Row LDeyonka Daugherty. Geri Kipkcr, Monica Chambers, Holbrook. Chanda Fitzpatrick, Linda Oates. Row 3: Nancy Tidd. Ginger Podojil, John Row 2: Cindy Gossel. Becky Rayl, Ernie Reese, and Tracie Clemons.
Do you recognize these faces? Each of these students plays an important role in making every school day run as it should. Relaying messages, attendance card collecting, and checking out books are just a few of
Above, the High School Library Workers. Row I: Cindy Nelson. Erica Erickson. Jennie Dearth. Stella Kurtz, Mrs. Eley, Row 2: Mike Hartman. Staci Robinson. Linda Kidd. Steve Fisher.
Guidance Office Workers: Rena Lawrence, Wendy McCoy. Don Lawrence, Brian Lee, Nick Prueter. Chris Long, and Tracie Clemons.
the responsibilities of these library and office workers. Junior and Senior High students man both the high school and elementary libraries, the high school and elementary offices and the guidance office.
Office Workers 8586 SportsSports -
Bulldog quarterback Ken Williams finds his receiver downficld. Williams completed the pass for a 12 yard gain.
Sports 87All eyes on Football
The 1987 football season did not turn out as expected. The Bulldogs were young and inexperienced, but the team never quit. They had a season of hardwork ahead of them and the Bulldogs hung together and continued to work hard, throughout the season.
There were many bright spots in the season, but the Bulldogs seemed
Tom Williams turns the corner as 41 blocks the pass.
to be plagued with fumbles and interceptions. The Bulldogs struggled to complete a dismal 2-8 final season record. The two victories came against Perry and Upper Scioto Valley. However, the future looks bright as the Bulldogs will have 9 starters back offensively and 7 starters back defensively.
Jason Sumner attempts to avoid two on coming Bearcats.Ada 12 Hardin Northern 34
Ada 28 Perry 0
Ada 0 Allen East 46
Ada 7 Paulding 58
Ada 0 Spencerville 28
Ada 0 Dclphos 63
Ada 6 Columbus Grove 12
Ada 13 Bluflion 36
Ada 26 u.s.v. 22
Ada 6 L.C.C. 40
Coach Blust gives Ryan Simon a pep talk. Coach Nichols and Bulldogs in deep thought.
Football 89School of Hard Knocks
The Junior Varsity Football team started their season out with a tie game against Perry. The team then Finished the season by posting an impressive win over Upper Scioto Valley.
The Junior High Football squad opened the season with a narrow victory over Columbus Grove. This has been their best season in the last three years with a final record of 3-4.
Both squads are designed with learning in mind and experience as the order of the day. The Bulldogs showed determination to accomplish both.
Junior Varsity action starts with the snap of the ball.
The team scrambles for the ball.
Ada 6 Perry 6
Ada 6 Allen East 28
Ada 12 Spencerville 12
Ada 0 Columbus Grove 6
Ada 12 U.S.V. 0
Ready — Set - Go.
Coaches, players, and refs, follow the play down the field.
90 J.V. FootballRyan Cribley shows his passing skills. The Junior High team is on the move.
Ada 7 Col. Grove 6
Ada 14 Spencerville 8
Ada 6 Allen East 28
Ada 20 Perry 12
Ada 6 U.S.V. 14
Ada 8 Riverdale 33
Ada 6 Bluffton 35
J. High Football 91Concentration, Communication
The slogan for the 1987 Varsity Volleyball team enabled them to set high goals and standards for the season and to maintain spirit throughout the fall. Concentration, Communication, and taking Charge were the "words of wisdom” for this year's varsity squad. The team was young and lacked experience but not willpower. Losing only two seniors, the team hopes to be strong in '88.
Leading the varsity were senior captains Candy Howard and Becky Ramsey. The team finished with a 7-3 conference record for third place. Their overall record was 10-12. Major victories included wins over Bluff-ton. Delphos, and a two-game romp over Lincolnview and Allen East.
Special team awards went to Candy Howard for MVP and Becky Ramsey as honorary captain. Candy
and Becky were also recognized on the NWC first team. The Bulldog Playmaker award was nabbed by Howard and Beth Badertscher. Joey Hull received the Underclassman Award. The '87 Varsity was coached by Jackie Weaver. Jodi Dearth served as team trainer and student assistant coach.
Joey Hull carefully balances the ball.
92 Varsity VolleyballBecky Ramsey concentrates on hitting the ball.
Ada 15-3-11 12-15-15 Wapak
Ada 15-10-15 11-15-13 Cory R.ivsson
Ada 7-5 15-15 Kalida
Ada 9-15-13 15-8-15 L.C.C.
Ada 15-1 5 10-10 Bluffton
Ada I 15-15 Hardin Nortnern
Ada ; n-15-6 15-10-1 Bath ' V J
Ada 15-15 1-11 Allen Fast
Ada . 13-15-15 15-12 Col. Grove i
Ada 5-10 15-15 Rivcrdale
Ada 15-15 3-5 Van Burcn
Ada 15-16 12-14 Arcadia
Ada 15-12-15 6-15-4 Delphos
Ada 10-11 15-15 Perry
Ada 14-15-2 16-7-15 U.S.V.
Ada 15-14-17 12-16-15 Paulding
Ada 8-15-13 15-6-15 Ridgmont
Ada 10-8 15-15 Kenton
Ada 15-12-15 13-15-10 Spencer, illc
Ada 15-15 3-4 Lincolnview
Ada 15-13-12 11-15-15 Crestvicw
Varsity Volleyball 93YOU
Junior Varsity Volleyball this season was a time for learning. Led by captains Karen Faulkner, junior, and Jennifer Simon, sophomore, the team finished with a 3-13 record at the end of the season. The conference record ended with a 2-8 tally. Season highlights included conference wins over Bluffton and Delphos and a thrilling three-game victory over Lima Central Catholic.
Although short on wins, the Junior Varsity was big on effort. According to Coach Jackie Weaver, the J.V.'s were “a team that practiced hard and improved their skills tremendously throughout the season.”
Beth Young smashed a ball for a point.
Alissa Boedicker bumps the ball to the front line for the return.Michelle Crozier dives to save the ball as Shannon Hazclton looks on.
Cory Rawson L
Allen East L
Col. Grove L
Chris Oakes imitates Coach Weaver in warm-up.
Karen Faulkner practices her passing skills as teammates look on.
J.V. Volleyball 95Junior High
The seventh grade volleyball team had a learning season if not a winning season for the 1987 year. Finishing with a 0-8 record, the girls had a respectable showing at the U.S.V. match and at the final game against Bluffton.
The eighth grade team completed the 1987 season with a 3-5 final record. Major victories included shutouts against U.S.V. and Perry and a close three game duel against Pandora.
Leigh Simon shows unusual form al the net.
7th Grade Squad: Row 1: Sarah Pructcr. Jenny Wolke. Missy Kidd. Julie Stavenger. Shannon Cockerell. Row 2: manager Shelley Sumney, Kelly Clark. Danielle Dalton. Erin Brown. Mandy Knell, Leigh Simon, and Mrs. Oliver.
Ada L U.S.V. W
Ada L Hardin Northern W
Ada L Perry w
Ada L Bluffton w
Ada L Pandora w
Ada L U.S.V. w
Ada L Perry w
Ada L Bluffton w
Ada L US V W
Ada L Hardin Northern W
Ada L Perry w
Ada L Bluffton w
Ada W Pandora L
Ada W U.S.V. L
Ada w Perry L
Ada L Bluffton W
8th Grade Squad: Row 1: Rachael Mankcy, Paula Simon. Cindy Wince. Row 2: Melissa Goodin. Tiana Wilson. Jcana Fox, Dawn Van-Atta, Jennifer Young, and Mrs. Oliver.
96 Jr. High Volleyball9th BASKETBALL 9th
Rob Chandler scores with a unique jump shot.
The Ada Freshmen finished the 1987-88 season with a 3-10 overall record. Highlights included an exciting 42-41 upset attempt at rival U.S.V. Another high point for the young Bulldogs was a post-season tourney victory over Lima Perry. Ada displayed balanced scoring with seven of its eleven players leading the team in scoring throughout the season.
Dalyn Rose puts up a shot only to have it blocked.
Ada 33 Perry 29
Ada 29 Dclphos 40
Ada 40 Allen East 34
Ada 20 Col. Grove 39
Ada 30 U.S.V. 49
Ada 46 Shawnee 62
Ada 31 Perry 37
Ada 36 Parkway 39
Ada 37 Col. Grove 47
Ada 41 U.S.V. 42
Ada 40 Perry 36
Ada 23 Allen East 39
Ada 14 Paulding 47
Coach Neal Dumbaugh gives instructions to an attentive team.
Freshmen Basketball 97Mike, Brent and Joe get psyched before a
8amc- The tip off of the Ada verses Bath game.
Ada 72 Ridgemont 52
Ada 54 Paulding 56
Ada 42 Spenccrvillc 46
Ada 50 Lima Bath 53
Ada 41 Lincoln view 36
Ada 55 Arlington 50
Ada 49 Waynesfield 41
Ada 38 Crest view 47
Ada 62 Cory Rawson 37
Ada 64 Bluffton 42
Ada 36 McComb 37
Ada 65 Van Buren 45
Ada 49 Allen East 34
Ada 66 Kenton 50
Ada 47 Columbus Grove 45
Ada 53 Hardin Northern 35
Ada 46 Dclphos Jefferson 60
Ada 63 Fort Jennings 50
Ada 56 Lima Perry 30
Ada 41 u.s.v 50
Ada 69 u.s.v 40
Ada 56 New Bremen 45
Ada 45 Lima Central Catho-
Ada 43 Crest view 57
98 Varsity Boys BasketballDan Allen shoots through a block. Eric Turner waits for an open pass.
Marty Riggs coaches from the sideline.
The boys 1987-1988 Varsity Basketball team accomplished many goals during this past season. They were a team that started the season at 1 win and 3 losses, but finished the year with 16 wins and 8 losses. The Bulldogs were a team of destiny and would have many good things happen to them.
There were many highlights of the season. One of the most exciting was when Tony Boutwell made his last second goal to beat Columbus Grove. Another was Ada's tremendous defensive effort placed on our arch rival Hardin Northern and Tim Nichols. The Ada Bulldogs also had a new school record as being the top defensive team for the second year in a row in the Lima area with 45.0 points.
It was a great year for Ada capturing the Sectional Crown over U.S.V. 69-40; the District Championship over L.C.C. 45-44 in overtime and a trip to the Regionals at Bowling Green State University. This is only the second time an Ada team has made it that far.
Varsity Boys Basketball 99J.V. Girls '87-'88
Ada 7 Ridgemont 13
Ada 2 Spcnccrvillc 21
Ada 10 Hardin Northern •28
Ada 9 l.incolnvicw ■ 18
Ada 6 Bath Sgn
Ada 16 Crcstvicw
Ada 9 Kalida |29
Ada 16 Cory Rnwson .VII
Ad a ! 0 Ottovillc
Ada 15 Bluffton :9 4
Ada 9 L.C.C 22
Ada 20 Arlington ! 35
AdaKST Allen East 37 •
Ada 19 Kenton 20
Ada 17 Paulding L 31
Ada 13 Delphic Jeff. xT
Ada 26 Miller City 20
Ada 23 Perry 8
Ada 38 IS V 24
The girls arc literally jumping with joy.
Basketball — J.V. Style
The 1987-88 J.V. Boys Basketball team showed much progress and improvement throughout the season. They were led by their Junior tri-cap-tains; Brent Dye, Mike Reed, and Nick Prueter, the team’s M.V.P. Coach Baker stated, “I was happy with the way we ended our season. We won a close game against a real fine Fort Jennings team. Then, we took the conference J.V. Champs, U.S.V., right to the wire on their home floor — losing a hard fought 41-37 final.”
Other starters were sophomores Ryan Bucher, Paul Allen, and Matt Conkling. Troy Hazelton and Jason Carey contributed to the team in a reserve role.
The J.V. Girls Basketball team had a tough start this year but came out all smiles by ending with three victories. The captains for the team were Junior Andrea Campoli and Freshman Amy Reese. Reese also led the team in scoring, as well as rebounding. Campoli led in recoveries and free throws.
Everyone is filled with expectation. Heather wings a shot from the side.
100 J.V. BasketballBrent Dye walks the line.
J.V Boys ’87-’88
Ada 38 Ridgemont 30
Ada 35 Paulding 45
Ada Spcncervillc 49
Ada 39 Lima Bath 47
Ada 43 Lincoln view 42
Ada 35 Arlington 33
Ada 33 Wa nesfield 28
Ada 30 Crest vie 43
Ada 93 Cory Rawson 33
Ada |7 Bluffton 31
Ada 33 McComb 36
Ada 39 Van Buren 48
Ada '31 Allen East 59
Ada 45 Kv.-: ' 'n 54
Ada 41 Col. (irove 50
Ada 38 Hardin Northern 42
Ada 29 Dclphos Jeff. 56
Ada 46 Ft. Jennings 44
Ada 55 Perry 29
Ada 37 US V. 41
Coach Baker seems amazed by the ball’s pro- A graceful (?) leap by Paul Allen puts two gress. more points on the newly rennovated score-
J.V. Basketball 101Seniors
CHEERLEADERS: Deb West, Shari Wyss.
BOYS BASKETBALL: Joe Campoli, Todd Robinson. Dan Allen.
102 Seniors in SportsIn Sports----------------------—
BASEBALL: J.R. Ncuenschwander. Tom GIRLS BASKETBALL: Becky Ramsey Williams. GIRLS TRACK: Deb West.
. . . in appreciation for your senior leadership and dedication.
BOYS TRACK Joel Hoag. Tom Williams, Rob Counts
Seniors in Sports 103(
With the loss of the top six players from last year's 17-5 team, the girls’ basketball program went through a difficult rebuilding year. Becky Ramsey was the team’s only senior and served as team captain, leading by example with her great hustle.
Highlights of the season included the season opener win over Ridge-mont with a score of 54-50. The Lady Dogs got a little over-confident after the first half and let the mighty Green Gophers come back. A big 25 point game by Tracie Lewis helped clench the win for the Dogs as Ada pulled it together. Another season highlight was playing state-ranked USV down to the wire in a new four-quarter stalling tactic. The rivals were rattled but the Rams managed to pull the game out, squeaking past Ada by only four points. The sectional win over a talented Arlington team came down to
Joey Hull halts the opposing offense.
A Trying ’87-’88 Season
the wire with a 28-25 win. A last minute fast-break layup by Hilda Andrade gave us reassurance to take home.
Tracie Lewis was the team’s leading scorer and MVP as a sophomore. She was also named Honorable Mention All Northwest Conference. Junior Hilda Andrade led the team in recoveries, and freshman Joey Hull led in rebounds. With most of the players returning, the team will be looking forward to great improvement in the future.
As a highlight at the end of the season, the team rallied together to show their support for the boys’ team in their tournament play. The girls dribbled basketballs from Ada’s IGA supermarket to the Elida fieldhouse just prior to the boys’ LCC district final game.
Becky Ramsey fights off an opposing player for the fast break.
104 Girls BasketballA plan gets ready to go into progress for an out-of-bounds play.
Catching an intense "Help!" look from Bonnie Hilda Andrade, trapped by the enemy, looks Jones. for help!
Ada 54 Kidgemont 50
Ada 21 Spencervillc 50
Ada 35 Hardin Northern 47
Ada 28 Lincoln view 50
Ada 29 Bath 74
Ada 27 Crestview 37
Ada 26 Kalida 75
Ada 36 Cory Raw son 47
Ada 18 Ottovillc 54
Ada 30 Blufflon 62
Ada 32 LCC 58
Ada 30 Arlington 42
Ada 24 Allen East 51
Ada 35 Kenton 46
Ada 24 Paulding 42
Ada 44 Columbus Grove 31
Ada 22 Jefferson 41
Ada 33 Miller City 59
Ada 30 Perry 51
da 23 CSV 27
Trying to get things started is Tracic Lewis.
Girls Basketball 105FOUR-TEAM FURY
The 8th grade boys basketball team finished the season with a 2-11 record. Beating Columbus Grove was probably the biggest thrill for the players. They had some close games and played well. The players learned a greal deal of basketball in preparation for their freshman experience.
The 8th grade girls ended their season with a 2-9 overall record. They played an exciting game against USV and won the battle with a final score of 18-17. Another highlight of the season was the girls’ thrilling defeat over Bluffton with a score of 34-28.
Posting an impressive '87-’88 season this year were the 7th grade boys.
Nancltc Hall guards a Kenton opponent.
They ended with an 8-5 final record. The 7th grade finished the season strong with three wins in a row including a 24-8 romp over Hardin Northern and major victories over Columbus Grove and USV.
The 7th grade girls ended the season with a 1-10 record. They posted a close game against Allen East with a final score of 14-15. Their one win came with a second confrontation against Allen East. This time Ada came out on top, 9-7.
Congratulations to all the junior high players for their hard work this season.
Bringing the ball down the court is Ky le Poling.
106 Jr. High Basketball
Right. Mike Hatton goes up with the ball. Jeff Lee reaches far above his opponent.
Going in for the lay-up is Amanda Robirds.Jr. High Basketball 107The 7th grade squad cheers their team to a victory.
Junior Varsity and Varsity cheerleaders reach the conclusion of their “Power" cheer.
Sarah West shows her spirit at the Varsity Basketball game.
Two hardworking cheerleaders, Kelly Williams. J.V., and Josie Aronhalt. Freshman, sell tickets for a junior high basketball game.
108 CheerleadingAda’s SPIRIT
The Varsity Cheerleaders worked to prepare cheers and routines to attend the United States Cheerleading Association Camp at the State University in Columbus this past summer. The Varsity squad also competed at the Allen County Fair Cheerleading Competition. Ada placed fourth out of fifteen teams in the var-
Thc night was cold, but the Spirit never quit with Jennifer Hanratty, Rachelle Wyss, and Jill Turner.
sily division. Cheerleaders hung purple and gold ribbons provided by Williams Florist along Main Street before the first basketball game to promote "Bulldog Spirit". The squads concluded in 1988 season by selling jewelry and performing a dance routine on Parent’s Night at the Ada Perry game.
Stcph Dickson, Rachelle Wyss, Jill Turner. Jennifer Hanratty. Jennifer Smith, Shari Wyss, and Angie Ncwland before the Homecoming Parade.
Cheerleading 109This year's Varsity Baseball team's record was 4-16. The team was led by senior captains J.R. Neuenschwander and Tom Williams. They were leaders in various team batting categories. J.R. led in runs (18) and home runs (4). Tom's categories were walks (13), triples and stolen bases (7). Don Lawrence tied J.R. with 4 home runs and Shaun VlacEachen tied Tom with walks as team leaders.
The Bulldog team consisted of three players with a batting average better than .300 Ryan Williams guided the team with a .408 average, Lawrence with a .318 and Eric Turn-
The Three stooges.
er with a .304. Lawrence also led the team in hits (21), RBI’s (19), doubles (3), and home runs.
There were four awards given to this year's team of 1988 ... These were the Eric Wolber memorial plaque (Tom Williams), the Most Valuable Player and Honorary Captain (J.R. Neuenschwander) and Honorable Mention to the Northwest Conference (Don Lawrence).
Did that one sting a little Rob? Coach Closson tries to show his power.
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110 BaseballOur freshman’s given’ it all he’s got! Don Lawrence swinging for the fence.
Baseball 111Rob Counts glides over the hurdles.
S. West, J. Hull. A. Reese, and D. West display team effort before the relay.
This year the 1988 track team was young for both girls and boys. There were only four seniors. Deb West captain and Rob Counts captain, also Joel Hoag and Tom Williams. Both Captains were named MVP's.
The Varsity track team had several people qualify for the Regionals in Cleveland. Jason Sumner, Todd Cockerell, Ken Williams, and Tom Williams ran in the relay. Sarah
West, qualified for the four meter dash, Amy Reese for the discus, and S. West, H. Castle, J. Hovis, and D. West ran in the 3200 meter relay. Jenn Hovis had a great year, leading the team in total points, regional qualifier in the 3200 meter run, and had the only first place at an Invitational with 1600 meter run at the Hardin County meet. We'll have a lot of athletes coming back next year.
112 TrackK. Williams and T. W illiams stretch for the G. Canagaratna lands in the high jump. V. Hopson and S. Martin jumping the hurdles, finish.
Lee Ann Cheney comes in for a landing.
Lee Ann Cheney has difficulties going over the bar.
114 Junior High Track
VarsityDominic Pizzuli and Chris Neely show their talents as teammates look on.
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Groups 137Varsity Football 1st row: Troy Hazelton, George Downing, J.R. Neuenschwandcr, Ryan Simon, Jay Wildman, Tom Williams. Tony Marshall, Kenny Williams.
2nd row: Jeff Smith. Tim Downing. Shaun
Mac Eachcn. Brian Lee. Jim Nciswander, Colb Dearth. Brian Williams. Jason Sumner. 3rd row: Rob Stanfield. Andy Rcttig, Scott Wright. Brian Madison, Jason Prycr. Scott Anspach. Brian Price
4th row: Scott Williams, Hans Straycr, Kris Robinette. Bobby Brush, Jay Cotton, Ryan Williams
Marching Band 1st row: Kristine Hanratty, LeAnn Compton, Tanya Nelson. Dawn Brite, Shanda Strayer. Daryl Neff. Chris Barga. Chris Wire, Randy Crouse. Rob Chandler, Todd Robinson, Jason Wolkc. David Rhoades, Holly Fries.
2nd row: Angie Mumaugh. Eric Robirds. Chad Brubaker. Beth Siekerman. Nicole Epley. Amber Dearth. Peg Gordon. Kevin Moser, Brian Brubaker, G. Canagaratna
3rd row: Lisa Beanblossom. Jennifer Simon. Jennifer Guidcbeck, Jennifer Wilkcrson. Jennifer Hawkins. Lori Scott. Cindy Nelson, Scott Jackson. Amy Reese, Matt Hicstcr. Sharon Guy, David Benson, Vaughn Hopson. 4th row: Manjula Canagaratna. Slaci Robinson. Jennifer Smith. Holly Bcckley, Jennifer Hanratty, Chris Oakes, Rena Lawrence. Missy Sanders, Craig Ward, Karen Faulkner, Marshall Traster, Jennifer Hovis.
5th row: Mr. Kcntncr. Misty Miller. Brian Ba-derschcr. Beth Young, Becky Ramsey, Cliff Maier, Eric Hinderlitcr. Scott Thede, Leann Plaughcr. Chris Long 6th row: Matt Conklin, James Johnson 7th row: Amy Curtis. Kelly Podojil, Rachclle Wyss, Amy Shroycr. Jill Turner, Deb West. Monica Chambers, Josic Aronhalt, Sarah West, Natalie Curtis, Chris Manley.
138 GroupsSecret Admirers row 1: Becky Ramsey, Jodi Dearth. Deyonka Holbrook. Monica Chambers. Amy Curtis, Chris Long, and Tracic Clemons. Row 2: Beth Badcrtschcr. Amy Simmons, Jenny Hawkins, Karen Faulkner. Joey Hull. Angie Newland. Tracie Lewis. Kerry Spallinger. Linda Bardcr. Row 3: Kelly Podo-jil, Michelle Cro ier, Staci Robinson. Jennifer Wilkcrson. Michelle Hall, DcNita Wolfley, Cindy Nelson, Elizabeth Seagrave. Natalie Curtis.
Jr. High Football front row I. to r. Larry Cheney, Ryan Cribley. Tim Allen, Jeff Lee, James VanAtta, Bill Anthony. Coach Nichols 2nd Row : Brad Jones, Tim Dyer. Mike Conley. Thomas Hruschka. Darrell Tidd. Chris Hayes, Scott Fuqua, row 3: Jason Pitts, Jon Harris, Charlie Tidd. Brad Clum. Randy Preston, Jonathon Preston. Shane McDougle. Shawn Downing.
Flags 1st row: Sarah West, Natalie Curtis, Amy Curtis, Chris Manley, Josic Aronhalt 2nd row: Rachelle Wyss, Jill Turner. Amy Shroyer. Deb West, Monica Chambers, Kelly Podojil.
Groups 139Varsity Volleyball row 1: Karen Faulkner, Beth Badertscher. Nicole Epley, Chanda Fitzpatrick, Jodi Dearth, row 2: Jackie Weaver. Candy Howard. Jess Rush. Tracie Lewis, Joey Hull, Becky Ramsey
J.V. Volleyball: Chris Oakes. Amber Dearth. Jenny Simon, Michelle Crozier, Rena Lawrence. Karen Faulkner, Coach Weaver, Shannon Hazelton. Corri Dearth, Nicki Krummcry, Jeanine Atkinson, Amy Reese, Beth Young
8th Grade Volleyball row 1 Rachael Mankcy, Paula Simon. Cindy Wince, row 2: Missy Goodin. Tianna Wilson. Jeana Fox, Dawn VanAtta. Jenny Young, Kristie Oliver
7th Grade Volleyball row 1: Sarah Pructer, Jenny Wolke, Missy Kidd, Julie Stavenger, Shannon Cockerell, row 2: Shelly Sumney, Kelly Clark, Danielle Dalton, Erin Brown. Mandy Knell. LcighAnn Simon, Kristie Oliver
140 GroupsVarsity Girls Basketball Andi Campoli, Amy Reese, Heather Castle. Wendy McCoy, Joey Hull, Trade Lewis, Teresa Shields, Becky Ramsey. Bonnie Jones, Bud Hawkins
J. V. Girls Basketball Travis Hull (manager), Amy Poe (manager), Andi Campoli, Amy Reese, Heather Castle, Jennifer Hovis. Paige Murphy, Corri Dearth, Bud Hawkins, Jason Hawkins (manager)
Freshman Basketball Neal Dumbaugh. Travis Evans. Craig Ward, Dalyn Rose, Tony Archer. Rob Chandler, Brian Dodge, Jason Wolke. Marshall Trastcr. Matt Pclgcr, Shawn Vermillion, Vaughn Hopson, Erie Vermillion (manager)Varsity Boys Basketball, row 1 Nick Prueter. Brent Dye. Tony Boutwcll. Mike Reed, row 2: Manager Jason Stavcngcr. Todd Robinson. Eric Turner. Paul Allen. Dan Allen. Joe Campoli. Brian Lee. Head Coach
JV Basketball: Manager Jamie Sizemore. Troy Hazclton. Nick Prueter. Matt Conkling. Brent Dye, Paul Allen. Mike Reed. Ryan Bucher. Jason Carey. Manager Keith Conkling. Coach Kent Baker
Varsity Cheerleaders row 1: Angie Ncwland, Sarah West. Colccn Griffin, row 2: Shari Wyss, row 3: Holly Fries row 4: Deb West
JV Cheerleaders row 1: Jennifer Hanratty. 8th Grade Cheerleaders: Steph Sumner. Amy Stcph Dickson. Jill Turner row 2: Rachelle Clum Wyss. Jen Smith. Kelly Williams.
142 GroupsJr. Hi Boys Baskclball 8th grade. Coach Dave Allen, Ryan Criblcy. Kenny Rush. Chris Neely. James Van Atta. Jeff Lee, Bill Anthony. Troy Erickson. Tim Allen. Todd Lyons. Doug Poling manager.
Jr. Hi Boys Basketball 7th grade. Coach Dave Allen. Matt Scott. Adam Ferguson. Tony Williams. Chris Hayes. Randy Preston Daryl Tidd. Josh Dye. Brad Jones. Matt Mumma. Mike Hatton. Todd Bucher. Kyle Poling. Craig Oakes. Doug Poling manager.
Jr. Hi. Girls Basketball — 7th grade Coach Pat Oliver. Julie Stavenger. Shannon Cockerell. Misty Lawrence. Brittany Straycr, Jo Ellen Fox. Nanette Hall. Mandy Knell, Erin Brown. Missy Kidd. Sarah Prueter. Leigh Ann Simon manager.
Jr Hi. Girls Basketball 8th grade: Coach Pat Oliver. Michele 7th grade cheerleaders Bonnie Benson. Tina Sanders. Traci Aronhalt. Cheney, Cindy Wince. Paula Simon. Amanda Robirds, Jeana Fox. Jen- Tarah Bolen, Erin Klinglcr. ny Young. Rachael Mankey. Tianna Wilson manager.
Groups 143Varsity Singers. Row 1: Michelle Hall. Sharon Guy. Beth Sickcrman, Sarah West, Holly Fries, Cyndi Click. Mrs. Lynn Knoble, Manjula Canagaratna. Kerry Spallinger. Jennifer Hanratty, Staci Robinson, Deb West, LcAnn Plaugher. Row 2: Angie Newland, Sarbori Bhattacharya. Colccn Griffin. Row 3: LeAnn Compton. Brian Brubaker, Kristine Han-
ratty. Row 4: Troy Hazelton, Matt Hicstcr, Kevin Rex, Kevin Moser Row 5: Daryl Neff. Dan Click. Marshall Traster, Todd Robinson. Paul Allen, David Rhoades. Troy Thacker, Chad Brubaker. Matt Conkling. Chris Wire.
High School Choir. Row 1: Angie Mumaugh, Cyndi Click, Karen Faulkner. Peg Gordon, Chris Manley. Sarah West. Angie Newland, Kevin Moser, David Benson. Kevin Rex, Brian Brubaker, Dan Click, Troy Hazelton, Amy Simmons, Rena Lawrence, Kerry Spallinger, Dawn Brite, Manjula Canagaratna. Jen Smith. Row 2: Linda Kidd, Lori Scott. Amy Reese. Shari Wyss. Beth Baderlschcr. Jenny Simon, Holly Fries, Linda Oates, Shelly Clum, Brian Baderlschcr, Nick Stoodt, Matt Conkling, Craig Ward, Matt Hicstcr. Jodi Dearth. Holly Bcckley, Misty Miller, Missy Sanders. Jenny Wilkerson, Linda Barker, Sarbori Bhattacharya. Row 3: Beth Siekerman. Rachelle Wyss, Jill Turner, Josic Aron-
halt. Kelly Podojil, Nicole Epley. Chris Oakes, Amber Dearth, Heather Castle, Ryan Bucher, Ryan Simon. Jeff Smith, Marshall Traster, Chrisi Wire, Colccn Griffin, LcAnn Compton, Erica Erickson. Jennifer Hawkins. Lisa Bcanblossom, Elizabeth Scagrave, Cindy Nelson, Tina Bare. Row 4: Becky Ramsey. Monica Chambers. Dcyonka Holbrook, Stacy Dye. Tanya Nelson, Michelle Hall. Amy Shroycr. Sharon Guy, Tracie Lewis, Deb West, Paul Allen. Todd Robinson. David Rhoades, Troy Thacker. Mark Nelson, Chad Brubaker. Amy Mumma, Joey Hull, Cheryl Shirk, Staci Robinson, LeAnn Plaugher. Kristine Hanratty. Jennifer Hanratty, Chris Long, Mrs. Lynn Knoble.Girls Choir. Row I: Cyndi Click, Karen Faulkner. Peg Gordon, Holly Fries. Kerry Spal-lingcr. Manjula Canagaratna, Jennifer Smith. Row 2 Amy Reese. Sarah West, Shari Wyss. Angie Ncwland. Jodi Dearth. Amy Simmons.
Linda Barker. Sarbori Bhaltacharya Row 3: Monica Chambers. Rachclle Wyss. Jill Turner. Nicole Epley, Colccn Griffin. Amber Dearth, l.cAnn Compton. Misty Miller, Chris Long. Row 4: Becky Ramsey. Beth Sickcrman,
Michelle Hall, Amy Shroyer. Sharon Guy, Deb West, LeAnn Plaugher. Staci Robinson. Kristine Hanralty. Jennifer Hanratty, Mrs. Lynn Knoble.
Jazz Band. Daryl Neff. Sharon Guy. Chris Wire. Angie Newland. and Matt Hiester.
Accompanists. Seated: Holly Fries and Beth Sickcrman. Standing: Daryl Neff. Matt Hics-ter. Sarbori Bhattacharya.
Groups 145Boys’ Varsity Track Front row: N. Stoodt. T. Cockerell, J. Prycr, J. Hoag. R. Counts, T. Williams. J. Sumner, K. Williams, G. Cana-garatna, V. Hopson. S. Marlin. B Dalton. Back row: Coach R Blust, E. Daugherty, D. Robey. B. Price. S. Jackson. S. Wright. S. Looney. R Bucher. M. Conkling. Manager R. Stanfield.
Girls’ Varsity Track Front row: K. Faulkner. S. West. A. Mumaugh.S. Hazelton. Back row: A Reese. L. Kidd. J. Hull. P Murphy. D. West, H. Castle. J. Hovis, Coach J. Weaver.
Jr. High Boys’ Track — Front row: T. Bucher, S. Fuqua. C. Neely. C. Hayes. R. Criblcy. R. Brown. D. Pizzuti. Back row: D. Tidd. R. Johnson. S McDouglc. B Jones, L. Cheney. M. Hatten.
Jr. High Girls’ Track Row I: M. Cheney. M. Tidd. R Mankey. D Bell. H Robey. Row 2: J. Stevens. L. Emlingcr. D. Dalton, P. Simon. H Biller. K. Clark, S. Cockerell. E. Klingler. H. Webb. Row 3: T. Wilson. C. Am burgey. M. Knell. S. Sumner, A. Robirds. J. Fox, J. Jackson. L. Cheney. M. Kidd. T. Sanders. T. Bolen, manager Jamie Sizemore.
146 GroupsBaseball Front: managers B Badertscher. K. Conkling. Row I: H. Straycr. C. Dearth. T. Ha elton, R. Williams. T. Williams. T. Boutwell. K. Williams. B. Dye. C. Ward. Row 2: Coach T. Closson. J.R. Neuenschwander. M Music. S. Wright. E. Turner. D. Lawrence, S. MacEachcn. S. Anspach. R Lcmin, E. Hin-dcrliter.
Varsity “A — Row I: G. Wright, J. Patton. M. Manley. J. Smith. N. Pructer. J R. Neuenschwander. K. Williams. H. Straycr. K. Faulkner, E. Daugherty. N. Eplcy, J. Hull. R Williams. J. Rush. Row 2: C. Dearth. J. Sta-vengcr, T. Cockerell. J. Pryer. C. Gossel. B. Madison. B Price. G. Downing, S. MacEachcn. T. Boutwell. T. Downing, S. Looney. T. Williams. J. Sumner, T. Lewis, B Badertscher. C. Fitzpatrick Row 3: D West. S. Wyss. C. Howard. B Lee. S. Anspach. D. Lawrence, J. Wildman. T. Robinson. D. Allen. E. Turner. J. Campoli. B. Stull. T Marshall. S. Wright. R. Counts. A. Rettig. J. Neiswander. H. Castle. R. Stanfield. Advisor R Blust.
National Honor Society - Row I: M. Cana-garatna. J. Dearth. K. Moser. L. Compton, K. Faulkner. K. Williams. B. Ramsey. Row 2: C. Barga. S. Thcdc, D. Anthony. D. Allen, E. Turner. J Hoag. D. Neff. Row 3: Advisor D. Lusk. V. Reichenbach. C. Howard. D. West. S. Wyss. H Fries. A. Newland.S. Bhattacharya, K. Hanratty.
FFA Row 1: G. Downing, K. Williams, C. Griffin. M. Klinglcr, V. Reichenbach, B. Williams, K. Everhart. Row 2: S. Williams. M. Wilch. R. Emlinger. A. Mumaugh. R. Williams, B Dodge. Row 3: R Klinglcr. C. Dearth. T. Marshall. R. Lytle. M. Manley, J. Patton. R. Counts. Row 4: Advisor B. Feescr, J. McClain. S. W'right. B. Stull, T. Williams. T. Weller. S Rudasill. D Bell.
Groups 147Jr. High Band Row 1: N. Warner. J. Fox, E. Klingler. L. Simon. C. Madison. J. Rader. A. Lasko. J. Jackson. Row 2: B Robinson. R Brown, A Robirds. B Benson. B Straycr. J.
Young. S. Bcanblossom. D. Poling. T. Bucher. H. Daughter) Row 3: S. Kurtz. E. Brown, J. Brown. J Wolkc. K. Clark. D. Dalton. N. Beke. J Wince, L. Keller. J. Stavcngcr. J. Kan-
ode.T. Hruschka. K. Poling.C. Neely, J. Fox.S. Sumner. T. Lyons Row 4 Director M. Kcntner. A. Fcrgucson. M. Scott. M Mumma, C. Hayes. L. Cheney.
Jr. High Choir Row I: E. Klingler. A. Thcdc. S. Pructcr. S. Bcanblossom. S. Cockerell, A. Fergueson. T. Bucher. M. Scott. J. Wince. J. Wolke. J. Campbell, L. Keller. B. Benson Row 2 M Gilroy. K. Lansing. J. Young. J. Stavcnger, S. Sumncy, N. Beke. J. Kanode. K. Poling. R Brown. M. Knell. M. Nichols. D. Bell. J Brown. K. Clark. M. Gilroy. Row 3: C. Ritchy. D Dalton. M Lawrence. J. Carey. B Binkley. P. Cogar, D. Pol-
ing, C. Hayes. T. Dyer. T. Sanders. T. Livermore. N. Warner, A. Lasko. M. Liebrccht. T. Aronhalt. J. Nciswandcr, S. Kurtz. Row 4: S. Miller. J. Lmphrcss, J. Jackson, L. Simon. H. Daughtcry. S. Montgomery, M. Carey, A. Robirds. J. Sizemore. C. Neely. L. Cheney. L. Cheney. S. Sumner. A. Clum, T. Wilson. B. Straycr. N. Hall. J. Fox. and Director L. Kno-blc.
Field Commanders: Kristine Hanratty and Holly Fries.
John and Shirley Ramsey Butch and Priscilla West Joseph and Sue Allen Mr. and Mrs. William R. Walls Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beckley Mike and Sandy Rhoades Greg and Edna Conkling Dan and Eleanor Guy and Family Mr. and Mrs. Dick Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cheney, Larry and Jessica Philip and LaDonna Compton Gene and Velma Fries Jim and Jean Neiswander Bill and Gretchen Robinson Fitzpatrick Masonry Glen and Elizabeth Eley Kenneth and Janet Klingler Bruce and Saundra Neely Dave and Judy Lusk John and Nancy BucherSTAFF
Amy Shroyer — Editor
Deyonka Flolbrook - Head
Mrs. Lyn Davis
Karen Faulkner Beth Siekerman Sharon Guy Tracie Lewis Staci Robinson Kelly Podojil Jenny Hawkins Lori Scott Josie Aronhalt Natalie Curtis Michelle Hall
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