Ansbach High School - Onoldia Yearbook (Ansbach, Bavaria)
- Class of 1988
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al his years Ansbach High School yearbook is dedicated to Ms. Julia Rose Pileggi, the
Art teacher here at A.H.S.
Ms. Pileggi was born in Palos Verdes, California, and graduated from the University
of Clark Worchester in Massachusetts 'th
W1 a bachelor' degree in Art. She did a lot of gradu-
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versity of Washington, University of Maryland, and taught at the Wiesbaden American
High School in Germany.
Ms. Pileggi has been teaching at An b h
s ac High School ever since it first opened, and
this is her 15th Anniversary here.
Ms. Pileggi's teachings in art have b
een associated with DODDS schools for many
years. She also taught in France for three years.
Ms. Pileggi has been involved with man
y art exhibitions, and art groups over the years,
and is the chairperson of a group called the Personal De 1
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received outstanding performance ratin s
g several times, and numerous letters of apprecia-
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ongratulations Ms. Pileggi, we the students of Ansbach High School dedicate the 1988
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The 1987-88 school year has brought a number of new faces: teachers as well as students.
We are proud to say that we have worked hard to offer students a wider variety of classes
to choose from. V
I feel very fortunate to return to such a wonderful school. I would also like to thank the teachers
and students for making this year such a success.
The 1987f88 school year has come to a successful close. For
many of you it means a summer time with family and friends, and
an eventual return to school next fall. For others it is farewell and
a return to the United States. For our Seniors, it signifies graduation
and full membership into the adult community with all its responsi-
bilities that embark upon lifes great adventures.
Whatever course your life may take, it is my sincere hope that
you will look back upon your time spent in Ansbach High School,
as having prepared you to meet and deal successfully with the chal-
lenges that life will present. It is my sincere wish that each of you
will continue to challenge yourself by setting worthy goals in the
pursuit of your higher education andfor career. To take charge of
yourself at all times and to be the "Very Best that you can be" lead-
' f ' ing a good and productive life as citizens or leaders of our nation.
My very best wishes to you all!
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Personalities are like colors of spectrum. The uniqueness of a personality is complemented
when viewed with other personalities, just as color is made vivid when contrasted with other colors.
Interacting personalities create spirit in a high school as blending colors create life in a painting.
Ansbach High School is rich with diverse personalities: enthusiastic extroverts, serious
"intellectuals," creative artists and musicians, aggressive athletes, class clowns, and well-rounded
achievers. The intermixing of these personalities produces our schools identity.
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Nicole really misses the shopping, her friends, driv-
ing and being able to go just about anywhere when-
ever she wanted. But she says that she really enjoys
the traveling in Germany.
When I asked her what she liked about the school
she replied "The closeness of the people, and you
get to know everyone."
Nicole also said that the shopping area in Ansbach
was very quaint.
Nicole said in the next ten years to come she wants
to be married without children, and making lots of
When I asked what she liked about Ansbach and
Germany she said, "I like the clothes and I enjoy
the traveling but I'd rather be in the states.
Angie said "I like the people, and this school has
alot more activities than the states."
Angie said she really missed her friends and family,
and of course the malls, weather and the beaches.
In the ten years to come Angie hopes to become the
best lawyer that she can be.
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Brooke really likes Ansbach she says
"It's not too big and it's not too small."
She also said that she feels privileged
to live in Germany because a lot of oth-
er people will never have that chance.
When asked about Ansbach High she
replied, "I wish there were more activi-
ties for seventh graders. I thought the
upperclassmen were going to be mean
but they're very nice."
Brooks says that she really misses the
states, mostly the shopping malls.
Brooke hopes to be at KU getting her
PHD, in the next ten years.
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ONOLIDA staff member Tina Griffin interviewed four
Ansbach High students to get their feelings on going to school
Students numbers were choosen at random, and matched
with names. They were asked specific questions derived from
the yearbook staff. The questions were particularly about the
city of Ansbach and Germany as a whole.
Different views on Ansbach and Germany were obvious.
Everyone seemed to share the feeling of missing the States.
Each of the students chose a different job, but all of the jobs
seemed to have a high income. Most important, they all enjoyed
going to Ansbach American High School.
When asked what he liked about Ansbach, Mike replied,
"It's okay, it's not the greatest but it's not the worst
Mike said that he liked Germany as a whole because
"people are more friendly, and I've got more freedom
than others because I can speak the language."
Mikes likes school because "It's small and you get to
know everyone in the school, but I definitely miss the
When I asked Mike what he thought he would be doing
in the next ten years, he replied, "That's a hard question,
but I guess I would say that I'd like to be an accountant."
Ansbach, the former residence of the Margraves of
Brandenburg-Ansbach, has preserved the beauty of its
brilliant past. More than 1200 years formed the image
of the capital of Central Frenconia. The Franconia Ho-
henzollerns adorned the town with many fine buildings.
Ansbach can be called a beautiful baroque resi-
dence. There is the castle with its 27 state rooms of the
18th century. You will find the baroque Orangery and
the Hofgarten Cparkj with its lime-tree-alleys and mag-
ical ballrooms. There is also the ancient city with the me-
dieval churches of St. Gumbertus and St. Johannis. To-
day Ansbach is best known by its "International Bach
Festival" which is presented every other year at the end
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TO AN ATHLETE DYING YOUNG
The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the marketplace,
Man and boy stood cheering by,
And home we brought you shoulder-high.
Today, the road all runners come,
Shoulder-high we bring you home,
And set you at your threshold down,
Townsman of a stiller town.
Smart lad, to slip bedtimes away
From fields where glory does not stay,
And early though the laurel grows
It withers quicker than the rose.
Eyes the shady night has shut
Cannot see the record cut,
And silence sounds no worse than cheers
After earth has stopped the ears.
Now you will not swell the rout
Of lads who wore their honors out,
Runners whom renown outran
And the name died before the man.
So set, before its echoes fade,
The fleet foot on the sill of shade,
And hold to the low lintle up
The still-defended challenge cup.
And round that early-laurled head
Will flock to gaze the strengthless
And find unwithered on its curls
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Donnie Baker was born in Richmond,
Indiana on April 3. 1970.
His High School Activities include soccer,
tennis, Club Beyond, Rangers, and Bas-
Hi farewell sentence to Ansbach High is
"Good-bye and Good Riddance. I hope to
never see this school again."
234 Pearl Street
Richmond, Ind. 47374
Attalie A. Bruce was born in Kingston,
Jamaica on june 14, 1971.
Her Activities included track and field,
and Student Council.
Her favorite saying is, "I am going to have
a nervous breakdown!"
Farewell sentence: "One can never assure
their total success for yet within society,
but when success within one self is as-
sured, it is a much greater feeling."
6 Munster Road
Jamaica, West Indies
Nicole Burkhardt was born on the 20th
of July, 1970 in Columbus, Ohio.
Her activities throughout her high school
years include Tennis, Club Beyond, Con-
cert and Marching Band, and also Cam-
"If you love something, set it free. If it re-
turns, it is yours. If it doesn't, it never
was," is her favorite sentence.
"I thank my God every time I remember
you." is her farewell sentence to Ansbach
Damascus, MD 20872
Danny Bush was born on August 77th,
best wishes to the class of '88!"
460 Rudder Road
Virginia Beach, VA
Theresa W. Dailey was born on Decem-
ber 26, 1970 in Norfolk, Virginia.
Her activities include Marching Band,
Symphonic Band, Cheerleading, National
Honor Society, and JROTC.
Her favorite sayings are, "Oh Well," "Ya
Lyin," and "Excuse the sister."
She leaves you with this thought, "Oh
Gold rostet, was wird denn Eisen tun?"
460 Rudder Road
Virginia Beach, VA
Lori Ann Dozark CDozieJ was born on
january 26, 1970 in Big Bear Lake, Califor-
Her activities include, Varsity sports:
Cross Country-Central European Finalist,
Basketball-Captain, All Conference, Soc-
cer-Captain, All Conference, Tennis-Euro-
pean Finals. Letterman's Club, Student
Council, Club Beyond, National Honor So-
ciety, Yearbook, TAG, and Newspaper.
Her favorite saying is "You never fail until
you stop trying!" "Quitters never win-
Winners never Quit!" "No guts-No Glo-
She leaves you with the thought: "I want
to say thank you to my teachers, friends
and most especially my family who helped
me through these special years of my life
and getting me involved in athletics! Also
the biggest thank you to the Lord! Make
the best of it! God Bless! '88"
11346 Stratton Park Drive
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Donna JOl'1eS was born on December 30,
1969 in Longview, Texas.
Her activities include Volleyball, Softball,
Afro-American Club, Octagon Club, and
also the Spanish Club.
"UN, UNH!!" is one of her favorite
sayings, along with "Oh no!!, I sure hate
it, he's beautiful."
As her farewell saying, Donna chose "The
four great years of my life have almost, for
now come and gone, but only to face 'The
Beginning' May God bless all of
1401 Rayburn St.
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Michael Jump was born on july
in Laurel, Maryland.
His high school activities included
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me? I never skip!!"
His farewell sentence isg "It's
in the Real World."
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Her activities include:
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He also played tennis.
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Angelia lAngij McDonald was born
March 12, 1970 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
She was involved in Softball, Choir, and
Her favorite saying is "Beaut Yeh!"
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I say good-bye and Good Luck and to ev-
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cfo Beverly Richey
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Tammie fSue1 Melton was born in
Frankfurt, West Germany on the 19th of
She was a Cheerleader, and was involved
in Volleyball, Letter Club, Student Coun-
cil, Club Beyond, Soccer, and National
Honor Society. t
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Donna Nicosia was born in Dunkirk.
New York, on January 23, 1970.
Her high school activities include the In-
ternational Student Leadership Program.
Club Beyond, Teen Forum, Family Force
Workshop. National Honor Society, Dra-
ma Club. Community Theater, and Band.
Her favorite saying is: "I've got so much
Her farewell sentence to Ansbach is: "May
His light shine through you for all to see!"
cfo Frank Petrella
42 Cleveland Ave.
Fredonia, NY 14063
Mike Novak was born on july 29, 1970
in Ft. Lewis, Washington.
His activities include the Vica Cub, FFA,
Wrestling, Soccer, and Football.
Mike's Favorite sayings are: "Hello",
"Word", and "On it like a Hornet!"
His farewell sentence is "Goodbye- and
farewell in the life to come.
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Matt Patel was born in Columbus, Ohio
on December 17, 1970.
His activities, include
Club Beyond, Soccer.
Club, Drafting Club,
favorite saying is
Squad Drill, Platoon Drill, Club Beyond.
Girl Scouts, Theater, Church Usher, and
Fancy Drill Team.
Her favorite saying is: "C'est La Vie."
Her farewell sentence is: "When the going
gets tough-remember you have friends to
carry you through until time gets better."
704 Fisher Ave.
Superior, WI 54880
Adrienne S1LuI'bOiS was born on Decem-
ber 30, 1970 in Bloomington, Indiana.
She was involved in Keywanettes, Model
United Nations, Tennis, and Student
She often says,"I still haven't found what
I'm looking for!"
She leaves you with: "Life is what you
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Dasche Lamour Taylor was born on
February 7, 1969 in Alamogrado, New
Her activities include Chorus, and Club
Her favorite saying is "Brooklyn"
As a Farewell Saying, she chose, "Keep be-
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Homecoming - Spirit Week 1987
Spirit Week 1987 opened with class as everyone decked
themselves out as nerds, beach bums, toga wearers, and farm-
ers. Sport day hit a homerun with outfits ranging from aerobic
dancers to football and soccer players. Friday, Blue and Gold
day, brought the traditional colorization as school spirit soar-
ed with a wave of participation by the students and faculty.
The pep-rally was a success as the senior class won over-
all for Spirit Week. The juniors once again won the spirit stick
in the class competition, while the sophomores won the hall-
way decorating contest.
Saturdays festivities opened with the kickoff at the Ans-
bach v. Augsburg contest. Augsburg scored first, but was
quickly matched by the offensive Ansbach Cougars. The
score was 6-14 when the halftime festivities began.
The parade of princesses began, led by freshman, Sten-
itta Ross, escorted by Andy McGregor. Scott johnson escort-
ed Felecia Reynolds, sophomore princess, and Kim Smiles,
junior, was escorted by Kevin Shannon. The senior candi-
dates wereg Lori Dozark escorted by Tony Wesley, Carmen
Rosiere escorted by Mike Wilbur, Missy Hatten escorted by
Matt Patel. The King and Queen elected were Donnie Baker
and Attalie Bruce.
The Cougars broke out after halftime to close the gap in
the score, but with a recalled touchdown, the Cougars final
score was 14-20.
A lost game did not yield the students of Ansbach from
having a good time, though. The traditional Homecoming
Dance, held at Bleidorn Club this year, was a huge success
as the Mighty Cougars danced their way into the evening
with only memories of Homecoming 1987 to remain.
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The Wrestling team got off to a slow start but progressively
got stronger with new members and coaches, Mr. Buccerelli and
Mr. Elleman, starting the wrestlers out and teaching them the
The wrestlers individually did great but, because of the
team size, were unable to win a meet. The wrestling managers,
Tina Griffan and Jennifer Ripley also took a major part in a good
season for the wrestlers. At the end of the season Don Charles,
Joe Adams, and Shannon Shoemake had advanced to semi-fi-
nals and did very well. Congratulations Team!
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Vanbrusik, Mike Vanbrusik, jeff Frensl y Bottom Row: Chevy
Chandler, Eric Bell, jerry La wther, joe Adams, Na than Magee, Eric
75-2 Below: Mike Novak goes for a pin.
75-1 Left: Captains - Mike Novak, Shannon
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75-4 Don Charles grinds out a win.
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Captains: Sia Lefotu, Kevin Shannon, Mike Wilbur, Mike Killian, and Troy Lance.
Top row: Coach Torey Taylor, Kevin Shannon, Andy McClaine, Keith Threats, Sean Mills, Tony Westley, Larry
Gourdine, Andrea Edwards, Lisa Winborne, Coach McCauley.
1st row: Michael Killian, Kenny Shannon, Ronald Vassler, Shannon Shoemake, David jordan, jason Browing, Ilker
Moran, Kenneth Gaurdine, Chris johnson, Charles Wilber, Coach Singledecker.
2nd row: Lemar Burton, Aaron Collins, Kent Shelton, Mike Novak, Andy McGregory, Greg Davis, Dwayne Artis,
Greg Tucker, Troy Lance, Coach Ness.
3rd row: Mike Wilbur, Faatasia Lefotu, Chuck Rivenburgh, Randy Gire, Eddie Stuckey, Cedric Anderson, Steve Ra-
gauball, Kevin Gavitt, and Matt Patel.
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of experienced athletes posed tough, lle not unrealistic task for coaches. s
' Mr. Mefiauley reinforced tliouglfiibyjaddingg "The guystried very hard this year. We played
in a very tough conference maliiesieitclifficult for usfto. advance as far aswe would have liked
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viias in this year.1QiAnsbacls,:iWas still ,able sto boast an allfconference player and can honorable mention.
Faatasia,Lef0tl-1,,,AllfCgnference for his Srdyear ina row, expressed, "I wasn't sure-that I would
rnake it' this year because oflernyiiisinjury. Mr. McCauley and Coach.Ness had confidence inme but I
guess 1 didnlt thinkel eeee coulcngef rr. it .,s, onthe insider? s
nLefotu, who! could not play until ithg.,Q,3rdifigame of the season, not only won All-Conference, but
is the only footballplayer from Ansbach ssiiii t o receive it all three yearsin a row. Lamar Burton, the A11-
1 onferences honorable mention iss said, eii ff'I was surprised to receive flitinorable mention, I work hard,
s aybe one 'Will be in future," s I A s S , s i i '
Allrinfall, the mighty Ansbach Cougars ended their season with a e ili record, but the satisfaction
laying enjoyment, and experience will be with the team members forever.
Left to right: Coach McCauley, Donnie Baker, Chuck Rivenburgh, Kent Shelton, Steve jones, Eric
Tucker, Greg Davis, jeffLotshaw, Billy Horan, Trent Lee, jeff Frensley. Front row: Chris johnson, jason
Collett, Scott johnson, Chevy Chanler, Marcus Novachek, David Hunter, Grant Whitley.
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Kendra Yount, Tasha Raysik, Tanya Snart, Kerry Pryplesh, Shana Pienta. Back row: Mrs. G ,
Tammie Melton, Martina Kraut-Pihl, Michelle Marlin, Stella Weart, Michelle Poarch, Elisabeth Husking,
Kendra Peters, Melanie Meredith, Theresa Eigenheer, jennifer Pryplesh, jolene Roberts, Carmen Rosiere,
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Sghoolsilfiasketball ifllgffeiiilosingglto 50-55 because of a foul and a technical in the
finalseeonds ofthe game, came back tolbeat Bamberg and Berlin. Claiming 'che Sth place recogni-
tion for the second year in a CoachiNessi stated, "Maybe next year. If we stay strong and have alot
of returning players, Ithink we gcanydo it!-' eg
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TOP: Missy Hatten, Debbie Williams, Denise Clark, Kendra Peters, Kim Smiles, Tive Lefotu, Natalie
Montgomery and Coach Ness. BOTTOM jackie Gire, Margaret Herrera, Lori Dozark and Maria Armstrong..
NOT PICTURED: Tina Graves and Manager, Andrea Edwards.
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TOP: Debbie Williams, T errilyn Clark, Michelle Marlin, Martina Kraut Phil, jackie
Gire and Coach Ness. BOTTOM Sereka Ruffin, Margaret Herrera, Denise Clark and
LEFT TO RIGHT: Team Cap-
tains, Margaret Herrera, jackie Gire
and Debbie Williams.
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Front row - Troy Lance, TC Moran, Robert Williams, Kenny Shannon, Keith Threats, Andy Mclean Back row - Coach
Ted Marr, Lamar Burton, Sean Mills, Clay Charles, Michael Kilian, Greg Davis, Tony Wes tley, Lydell Scroggins, Assistant
Coach Will Ross
A11 Conference 1 st Team Troy Lance. AII-Con-
ference Honorable Mention Keith Threatts
Ansbach vs. Berlin
Ansbach vs. Berlin
Ansbach vs. Osterholtz
Ansbach vs. Osterholtz
Ansbach vs. Bamberg
Ansbach vs. Bamberg
Ansbach vs. Ulm
Ansbach vs. Ulm
Ansbach vs. Vielseck
Ansbach vs. Vielseck
Ansbach vs. Munich
Ansbach vs. Munich
Ansbach vs. Augsburg
Ansbach vs. Augsburg
Ansbach vs. Gissen
Ansbach vs. Bonn
Ansbach vs. Munich
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The Cougar Cheerleaders are an
important part of the AHS athlet-
ic program. These girls work hard
practicing during the summer
and cheering during the Football
season. Their devoted enthusi-
asm is displayed at sporting
events and pep rallies throughout
the season. These dedicated Cou-
gar boosters deserve the apprecia-
tion of the students body for their
Top To Bottom - Amanda Robert-
son, Dusty Leslie, Caprecia Miller,
fleftj Sonia Rodgers, Krightj Kelly Chu-
mard, Stenitta Ross, Donia Schanthal
Captain, Dusty Leslie
Top to bottom - Tammie Melton, Amanda Rob-
ertson, Kelly Chumard, Theresa Dailey, Melanie
Candy Mines, Mascot Donia Schanthal.
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tom - Mrs. Szemplenski, jennifer Young, LaTonya Robertson, Machelle Davis, Pynun Wright
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HARRIER: A CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER
AHS was blessed with an abundance of girl
harriers for the 1987 season. With only 2 returning run-
ners, the team surpassed every expectation of coach
Szemplenski and proved to be quality as well as quan-
ity. Led by Freshmen WENDY PRYPLESH, the girl
harriers performed superlatively and added words like
win and first place to the team's vocabulary. Their hard
work was rewarded when they placed 2nd at the Euro-
pean CC Championships at Giessen, which then quali-
fied them to compete in the European CC Finals in
Munich where they placed 4th for small schools. An
outstanding season and some fine athletes indeed!
The boys unfortunately were not able to field a full
team but that didn't stop them from training and giv-
ing their all for AHS and individual honors. They con-
sistently placed in the top 10, proving that though not
a team threat, they were tough competitors to try to
beat. Next season will be even better!
The runners and coach would like to thank Mr.
Alan Guffey for his continued support of the team.
Without his humor and assistance it just wouldn't be
the same . . . win or lose.
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VARSITY ftop rowj g Coach Boyce Gire, Khiva Meachum, Kim Smiles, Natascha
johnson, Maria Armstrong, Kendra Peters, Coach Sue Burroni. Kbottom rowj 5 Tammie
Melton, Jolene Roberts, Natalie Montgomery, Victoria Castillo, Kathy Wilkins.
The 1987-88 Volleyball Team did a great job this year. They started their season a little slow,
with Vilseck taking a 2-1 victory. Ansbach went to AFCENT and defeated them with a 2-1 victory.
Over all the Lady Cougars had a great season with a 13-20 record, and finished 4th in the A-South
Our junior Varsity Volleyball Team had a great winning season. They were able to defeat all
but 2 teams. Their captain Jackie Gire said there were lots of truly close games, but she was really
proud of the way they played. They showed great spirit, good playing, and alot of teamwork.
JUNIOR VARSITY Itop rowj 5 Coach Gire, Tive Lefotu, Melanie Meredith, Elisa-
beth Huisking, Angie Mohr, Coach Burroni. fbottom rowjg Margaret Herrera, jackie
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the first year in quite some time that the 'ii a ve up both girls
and guys teams. s
A full team did not get the stage faultl y h, I :mh Aon, ofthe members
of the team were first-yewqplayers who 'yant elearn the gpm Mr. Snart remembers,
"I was very pleased at the size of the tea his i'i I think it is easier forifhe guys especially
to learn and compete if they believe t 'yyhave a chance of winning bggthe day. Unlike
the years when they didnlt have a charxceof winning." A
The team as a whole faired better than ever with winning records by juwnior, Trent
Lee 14-31, seniors, Missy Hatteio C5-lj and Lori Dozark, Stella Weart, and Tanya Snart.
Heather Langford, a junior, replied, "I had a good time this year with tennis, it was
very fun, and I learned alot about the sport, Mr. Snart tried very hard to help us excel.
We all tried very hard and had alot of own team teams from other
Finals were held again and Danny Bush repre- T
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Jae Kim, Sean Crane, and Mr. Snart. Front Row - Tim Ermer, Nicole Burkhardt, Heather Langford,
fM'zrr2aret'Dr0!ge, Lori Dozark, and Missy Ha tten. Not Pictured - Trent Lee, Donnie Baker, Tanya Snart,
Qella Weartxyric Tucker, and Eric Bogart.
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Mr. Goldman - C.W.E.
Mrs. Hatten - English
Mr. Gire - Science,
Mrs. Karr - Home
Mr. McAdams - J.R.O.T.C.
Mrs. Magness - Teacher's Aid
Mr. Marr - Math, Algebra
Mr. Ness - English, Reading
Mrs. Pienta - Reading, Paw Mrs. Porter - Social Studies, Mrs. Roltgen - Assistant
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Mrs. Syron - English, Reading
Mr. Szemplenski - Industrial Arts,
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Mrs. Van Sweden - Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Bruce - English
Ms. Meigs - School Librarian
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Mrs. Webber - T.A.G.
Mr. Westhusin - U.S. History,
Mrs. Taylor - Psychology, L.D.
Mrs. Walton - Biology, Chemistry
Ms. Pileggi - Art, Crafts, Art Lab
Mrs. Whittington German
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Mr. Wolf - Math, Algebra
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9th AJRGT C Battalion
The 9th Junior Reserve Offi-
cer Training Corps UROTCJ has
just successfully completed its
5th year of existance at Ansbach
American High School.
JROTC is not a recruiting orga-
nization, it is a class which
teaches the cadets to be good citi-
zens and enhance their leadership
The JROTC Unit provides
many after school activities for
the cadets such as Drill Team, Ri-
fel team, Color Guard, Sobor
Guard, Fancy Drill, and Rangers.
All the activities with the excep-
tion of Rangers, perform for the
community and competes against
other JROTC Units in Europe.
In the class room cadets are
taught such classes as Leadership
Development, Drill and Ceremo-
ny, First Aid, Hygeine, Drug and
Alcohol abuse, Marksman Ship
and Safety, Map Reading, Oral
Communications, Military Histo-
ry, and the Judicial System. The
subjects varies depending on the
LET Level of the cadet.
The JROTC Unit offers many
educational Field Trips for the ca-
dets such as, firing of the M-163
touring Berlin, Dachau, Hoff
Boarderg visiting the Flight Simu-
lator, an active duty unitg being
able to see the different types of
Helicoptersg and we have guest
speakers from all the different
I would like to thank all the ca-
dets and SFC CRETD McAdams
for making this 87188 SY such a
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Battalion XO Command Sergeant Major
Steve Radabaugh Mike Gloss
S-1 Officer S-2 Officer
CfMaj CXILT Scott johnson
Donnie Baker S-4 Officer
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A Company: Bill Horan, Anthony Conzemius, David Crane, Earl Pulliman, Eric Bell, B. j. Leeman,
Donna Truman, Sean Crane, Ericka Romero, Marcus Novacheck, Billy Brumbaugh, Robert Williams, Troy
Lance, T. C. Moran, Mike Fine, jermeyjones, Cija Burt, Larry Goodman, Tina Adamczyk
B Company: jeff Schneider, Brady Woodering, Aaron Collins, Sia Lafuto, Nathan Magee, Laytonya
Robertson, Stenita Ross, Randy Thornton, Theresa Dailey, jim Dixon, William Smith, Antonita Moore,
jason Friend, Derrick Askew, Davonne Charles, Clay Charles, Mike Grant, Yvonne Robertson, Kenneth
Shannon, Wallon King, William Kelly, Sonia Rogers, Clain Burt, Randy Gire, Kevin Gavitt.
ROTC at the East German border,
Make my day!
When does this
Hurry up and wait . . . end?
From left to righ t: Mr. Sha upp, Ma tt Pa tel, Kerri Watkins, Lori Dozark, Heather Langford, Stella Weart,
Natalie Montgomery, Missy Hatten, and Attalie Bruce.
Student Council advisor Mr. Shaupp holds meetings once a month. President Attalie Bruce and Vice President
Missy Hatten gather and organize the information that is to be discussed at each meeting.
The five commissioners work hard at doing their jobs also. Lori Dozark-Spirit, Heather Langford-Assemblies, Stella
Weart-Communications, Kerri Watkins-Finances, and Natalie Montgomery-Student Activities.
Class Presidents and Vice Presidents were choosen to represent their class members. The presidents and vice presi-
dents of each classpare as follows:
Senior President: Tammie Melton
Senior Vice Pres: Nathalie Thielen
Junior President: Martin Baker
Junior Vice Pres: Tanya Snart
Sophomore President: Kendra Peters
Sophomore Vice Pres: Melanie Meredith
Freshmen President: Stenitta Ross
Freshmen Vice Pres: Anthony Conzemius
Eighth Grade: Mera Patel
Eighth Grade: Barbara Elia
Seventh Grade: Melissa Merideth
Seventh Grade: Gila Shields
No matter what their jobs were this year, everyone did a great job at making our school a better place to learn
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Left to righ t: Ms. Eastwood, David Crane, Stenita Ross, Sam Droke, Sean Crane, Chevy
Chandler, Missy Hatten
The 1987-1988 Drama Club got off to a good start after performing at the
Cub Scout night February 25. By that time, the young thespians were well on
their way with preparations for Drama Fest where they performed the one-act
play "Adaptation" and numerous solos and duets.
"Dramafest was a really good experience for me and I plan on going again
next year if I can." Explained Chevy Chandler who had the lead role in the one-
Chrisanne Eastwood, Ansbach's new drama sponsor took great strides with
the drama club by getting a charter membership to the National Thespian Soci-
ety and drumming up the interest for the spring presentation.
"I hope that 'You Can't Take It With You' goes over as well as past perfor-
mances havef' Stated Ms. Eastwood. "Working with new sparkling talent and
renewing interest is exciting. Having the drama class helped out alot as far as
getting bodies onto the stage. I just have to remember that it can be just as scary
for the young actors and actresses as it was for me."
Varsity Letter Club
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This year's Letter Club consists off' I t to b, I to rj Mrs. Dozark, Sponsorg Tanya Snart, Tammie Melton, Vice-
Presiden tg Tasha Ra ysik, Carmen Rosiere, Lori Dozark, Presiden tg Stella Weart, Matt Pa tel, Missy Ha tten, Secre
taryg and Maria Armstrong.
To be a member of Ansbach's Varsity Letter Club is a privilege. An athlete must
have two Varsity letters or have one Varsity letter and be working on their second to
become a member of this elite club. The purpose of the Letter Club is to serve the stu-
dents, the faculty, the community and ultimately the school as a whole. The Letter
Club's activities include: setting up and cleaning up at high school sports events, selling
concessions, keeping the book at the games and helping out the coaches in any way possi-
ble. This year the Letter Club has quietly helped behind the scenes to make a strong
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Club Beyond, which is sponsored by the community chapel, is a program
geared to the needs of Ansbach's teenagers. On a weekly basis there are "club"
meetings for jr. highers C'Wildlife"J - and for sr. highers. These clubs involve
games, skits, and a talk by one of the leaders, or perhaps a discussion by the
whole group about some of the key issues in a teenagers life.
For those who become more interested or involved, there are also small
group meetings during the week C'Campaigners"J , and trips. Club Beyond
loves trips! Ski trips, Spain, Chiemsee, biking, you name it. But whether its
a trip, a small group, or a club, all of Club Beyond's activities are meant to
create an atmosphere of fun and belonging, and to examine who Jesus Christ
is and how knowing him can effect our lives.
Top Row: Martin Baker, Corinna Phil, Tina Griffin, Brett Hemmelrigh t, Nicole Horan, Donna jones.
Middle Row: Missy Hatten, Jacque Shanthal, Nicole Burkhardt, Stella Weart, Tonya Snart, Heather
Langford, Robbie Pacevich, Sara jones, Scott Bennett, Natalie Montgomery. Bottom Row: Jeanne Lady,
Lori Dozark, Jolene Roberts, Christina Kelly, john Szemplenski, Lisa McAdoo.
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Top Row: Ms. Pienta, Sponsor, Tamika Neil, Micky Gadberry and Stephanie Roberts.
Bottom Row: Lee Cunningham, Mashaonda Green, Nyree johnson and Lisa McGee.
The Ansbach High School Newspaper staff, Paw Prints, is sponsored by
Mrs. Pienta. This is Mrs. Pienta's first year working on this newspaper, and
also this year's staff is brand new. But, it looks like they've been off to a good
Mrs. Pienta's journalism class doesn't hold regular, everyday meetings,
her staff comes to her on their own time, to help write articles, for their newspa-
per. They also, have deadlines to meet every two weeks, to make sure the news-
paper is in perfect shape to print.
The Paw Prints newspaper comes out weekly in the Community Bridge,
free, and Ansbach students can pick them up in the library.
A new item in this years paper was "Dear Paw-la." It was a great idea!
Instead of involving the whole school with your personal problems, the box
was kept in the library and your problems were kept confidential. All the solu-
tions to your problems were printed in the newspaper.
The 4th Annual Club Beyond Powder Puff play-offs was held
on November 11th at our own Ansbach American High School. The
turnout at the games was great. The crowd was positive that Ans-
bach was the best team and it showedg not only in the crowd but
also in the players.
The team was led by two seniors, Lori Dozark, offensive cap-
tain and Tammie Melton, defensive captain. The offensive line
coaches were, Mike Novak and Bryan Cherrie. The defensive
coaches were Alan Guffey and Greg Davis. Martin Redman was our
offensive coordinator and Chuck Rivenburgh was our offensive mo-
The first game started with a crowd roaring as Ansbach stomp-
ed Heidelberg, 16-8. Scorers were Lori Dozark, Brenda Jones, and
Through the next game the excitement was high and the scores
were close. But in the end the best team came out the winner with
Ansbach defeating Nurnberg, 10-8. Tammie Melton and Kendra
Peters stood out defensively, both intercepted for two first downs.
Lori Dozark scored the only touchdown ad extra point conversion
of the game.
We played a great game against Frankfurt but we unfortunate-
ly suffered our first defeat with a score of 9-5. Points scored due to
first downs were scored by Quarterback, Lori Dozark.
Ansbach played in the Powdered Sugar Bowl against Augsburg.
Lori Dozark suffered a broken collar bone during play and the girls
played extra hard to take the title for her. As the game came to a
close, Augsburg came out on top with Ansbach taking second place.
When the awards were given out to the Ansbach powderpuff
team, they dedicated the second place trophy to Lori Dozark.
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Stella Weart, Lisa McAdoo, Theresa Dailey, Lori Dozark.
National Honor Society
Cooperation.with those you work withjleadership through serving others, knowledge and knowing
how to find it, talent, and ambition to excell to your highest potentialare only a few of the many qualities
found in National Honor Society members. . r y e
Society members were chosen at the end of the 1986-1987tsohoo1 year on the initial basis of graciepoint
average. Of course, NHS membership is not based solely on an individuals academic skills, but also on
their leadership abilities, service, and general character qualities including honesty, responsibility, toler-
ance, courtesy and cooperation. Because of this, not all of the initial student applicantswerel inducted
the first time around. t M M M e i i ,i
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Tamrnie Melton, Jeff Schneider, Missy Hatten, Lisa MeAdoo, Kristen Schanthal, MartinBaker, Stella '
Weart, Nathalie Theilen and Theresa Dailey. r t t 4 y i f J y i T
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ond Row: Greg Da vis, Grant Whiteley, Sean Crane, Felishe Reynolds, Sean Keenan, Karyn Coughlin, Sonia Rogers,
jet Kidd, Ciia Burt, Denise Clark, Theresa Dailey, David Crane. Third Row: Raymond Sampier, Cary Heath, Alex
Almodovar, Devin Bell, Clane Burt, Lemar Burton, Gerem y Robertson. Not Pictured.' Chris Van Grederods. Direc-
tor: Mr. Dick Barker
BAND!! r T
The 1987-1988 schooliyearfsaw a big growth and interest in the band at Ansbach
High School. Under the new iclireclior, Dick Barker, the band made considerable improve-
ment in the number of concerts, theeknumber of students and in the difficulty of music
played. The Advanced Bancleperforrned more than ten times at concerts, pep rallys and
basketball games. The Intermediate Band played in three concerts during the year. Final-
ly this year saw the start of The Anshach High J azz Band, which performed several times
in the spring.
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An y 10th, 1 1 th, or 12th grade student in public, parochial, or private school
in the United States and overseas is eligible to compete in the annual Voice of
Democracy contest.qi This competition is sponsored by the Veterens of Foreign
War and the Ladies Auxiliary. Participan ts are judged on their interpretation
ofa particular theme. The individual prepares a three to 'Eve minute speech on
a cassette tape. Following school competition, the recorded talk of the school win-
ner is submitted to the next higher level of competition. If the participant wins
on this level, hefshe goes to Washington, D.C., to recite the speech in front of
the President of the United States. i T . , T -
This year's theme was 'i4merica's Liberty - Our Heritage? The three Ans-
bach High School students who particiapted were: Donna Nicosia, lst place win-
ner, Jolene Roberts, 2nd place Winnerg and Tammy Melton, 3rd place winner.
Their speeches were judged based on delivery, originality, and con tent. Donna
Went on to compete in the District competition and won 2nd place. Congratula-
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Cougar Broadcasting Network
Cougar Broadcasting Network consisting ol? Denise Clark, Tammie Melton, jenny Watkins, Natalie Montgomery Missy Hatten and Michelle
Being the first year for anything like the Cougar Broadcasting Network at Ansbach High School the announcement team had alot to work with
CBN aired everything from birthday greetings to detention recipients, amused the students in the morning with hit tunes and extended song dedications
over the air waves. Ms. Eastwood, head producer commented: "It is new and interesting, and I think it is good for the students
"The difference in social studies knowledge between American high school students
living in Europe and those living in the continental United States
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lievecl that Americanistudents living in Europe have learned more about social
studiesiand can retain it more than those American students living in the United
States. Two schools participated inour study Ansbach American High School
representedthe students living in Europe and a high school in Aledo, Illinois
represented the students living in the United States The students at each school
were surveyed in the following categories American and World History, Amen
can and World Newsmakers, and American and World Geography The students
from Aledo scored 7.7 96 higher overall than the students from Ansbach, but Ans
bach students scored higher in World affairs and personalities There is really
no significant difference because different schools have varied class study out
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Varsity Letter Club.
President: Lori Dozark
Vive-President: T ammie Melton
Sponsor: Fran Dozark
"You Never Fail Until You
No Rules Can Limit the Heart
No rules can limit the heart of one who dreams.
There are no barriers that can prevent the soul,
The free spirit within, from soaring above all
Earthly criticisms. For the world created within
One's heart, one's mind, soul, and spirit is as
Tangible as the wind. It is not dehnite. It
Cannot be touched or felt by the palm of one's
Hand or the tip of one's Hnger, but by the heart
And the mind. Only few know of this world, for
Only few possess the miracle of innocence. They
Have managed to preserve a magic in the world
Known only to a child. As long as one can dream,
One can escape. For as long as one can look
At a Held of trees and see endless images of age
And wisdom, he too can find solace and refuge in
His special world. No one can read your thoughts,
But the creator of the world you escape to.
Reaching it is soaring to the highest cloud and
Circling the brightest star. You need not wings
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LTC Joel Alvarey, President
Ms. Dana Bertrem, Vice President
MAJ Timer Keenan, Treasurer
MAJ Sue Hastings, Secretary
Ms. Diana Durbin, ChairpersonfPrograms
MAJ Mark Dunn, ChairmanfPhoto Committee
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