Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)

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2 intro LIFE IS A CONSTANT LEARNING EXPERIENCE Last minute instructions You’re in trouble now! Deep concentration??EVERY MINUTE WE ARE FINDING OUT ABOUTOURSELVES 4 introAND OTHERS. Bagger’s belter end. One happy family! Legislative Can’t you keep a secret? intro 5SOMETIMES IT’S HARD WHEN WE LEARNWHO WE REALLY ARE The real Karen revealed. intro 7AND WHAT OTHERS REALLY THINKABOUT US. Don't get "foonay” with me! intro 9BUT ARE WE REALLY DIFFERENT FROMOUR FRIENDS? Seniors become delirious. Never could keep your mouth shut. intro 11Our happy homemaker!!! Senior skit, 1982 Homecoming. 12 introBusy? Ya rotten photographer. intro 13WILL WE EVER UNDERSTAND OUR Another had grade?EMOTIONS IN MOTION?TABLE OF CONTENTS PEOPLE PAGE 17 STUDENT LIFE PAGE 52 SPORTS PAGE 88 ADS PAGE 124 1983 BLUESTREAK STAFF ADVISOR SHELLEY WANNER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KEN RICHER BUSINESS MANAGERS MATT MIGNIN SANDY BASSELMAN PHOTOGRAPHY MATT MIGNIN STAFF MEMBERS LORI APGER LEE BERNATH LISA GRIESER DAWN JOHNSON JANET KINSEY WENDY RUPP LORI WYSE 16 introPEOPLESUPERINTENDENT 18 superintendent principalBOARD OF EDUCATION board of education secretaries 19Wendell Beck Math George Clark Science William Degler Business Ron Dilbone Biology John Downey Social Studies Gene Faler Gerald Geiger Ind. Arts Science Gene Grime Math Laura Hickman Speech, French Philip Ho erman Band Sharon Kolb Art Joy Link Social Studies 20 facultyLarry Lirot David McDonel Industrial Arts Choir Jennette Meyer Home Ec. Doug Rupp Business Cherie Short English Edna Troyer Spanish Shelley Wanner English Charles W'inzeler Guidance faculty 21 Photos not available: Larry Falor, Roger Farlee, Mike WalkerNON-TEACHING PERSONNEL LIBRARIANS COOKS 22 non-teachinp oersonnelBUS DRIVERS Ray Kinsey, Mary Miller, Smeia Short, Mary Wyse, Jefferson Wyse, Suzette Short, Esther Short, Arlene Wesche, Karen Vomer, Marilyn Yoder, Carilvn Yoder. CUSTODIANSm Jonathan Ulrich Baer Barbara Ann Barnhart Sandra Joanne Basselman Kevin D. Bell i„ jk m Roxanne Eilene Beck Lvnette Ann Beck 24 seniorsLee H. Bernath Wesley Paul Chow Juliann Marie Cohrs R. Scott Bostelman Todd Mathew Berry Kent Allen Clair Barry L. ClineAmy Hertzler Croyle Jody Lynn Double Clancy Ray Foor Cynthia Ann FriesenRoel Michael Galvan Roger Geiger Scot! M. Gericke Jake Gracia Anne Margaret Grieser Heidi Sue Goertz Lisa Ann Grieser Peter Lynn Grieser Gary J. Grime seniors 27James Fdward Grime Vond Thomas Hall Floyd Hite Donna Mae Hoffman Patrick Quinn Kelly Michael W. Jacoby Gary K. Krueger Scott Richard Jacoby Tammy Jo Klopfenstein 28 seniorsTodd D. Lightner John Paul Lovejoy Henry Jay Meyer seniors 29Matthew F.dward Mignin Gareth Lee Miller Marie Annette Miller Elma Nydia Munguia Todd Allen Nafziger Douglas Wayne Newman Lisa Lynn Miller Laura Kay Nafziger Hung Phi Nguyen 30 seniorsGary C. Ordway, Jr. David Paul Oyer Mary Kaye Plassman Robert Richard Ranzau Karen Lynn Perkey Criag A. Rath Amy Sue Reed Ken Douglas RicherJulie A. Riegsecker Kent Eugene Roth Terry L. Roehl Lane Louell Roth Thomas P. Ruffer Kathy Jean Roth Troy Allen Roth Brenda Marlene RychenerJodi Lynne Short Tim A. Short Deborah Sue Smith seniors 33Troy Nolan Stahl Patrick John Trejo Jay E. Stuckey Thomas Frey Ulrich Jacqueline Sue Weber Rippei Tomono Gary Dean Waidelich Dawn Marie Welke 34 seniorsRonnie L. Wells Tammera Sue Wilson Linda Kay Wyse Karen Jo Ziegler Albert Garza Huerta 2 15 65-12 14 73 Andy Short 12 19 64-6 21 75ONE YEAR TO GO Beck, Doug Beck. Jan Beck, Lori Blose. Jamie Borton. Todd Bott, Nate Buehrer. Ron C hilds, Kelli Crossgrove, Liz Dilyard. Mike Davis, Gary Davis, Terry Eielitz, Randy Foor, Jane Fry, Steve Gericke, Dean Gerieke. Julie Gerken. Jill Gigax. Greg Grahcr. Gary Grieser. Sheri Grime. Mark 36 juniorsGrisier, Greg Hatfield, Heidi The junior class had a very busy year. The juniors showed their spirit during Homecom- ing week by winning the skit contest, although they did not win the spirit trophy. They had many money making projects to pay for the prom. Some of the projects included hake sales, a car wash in the fall, and cake raffles at the girls games. The class was busy preparing for the prom with the theme “Southern Nights.” The prom was again held at the Ridgeville Legion Hall. The juniors watched the seniors graduate with mixed emotions but looked forward to next year when they will be seniors. Huerta, Patty Johnson, Dawn Kinsey, Janet Klinger, Steve Kinsman, Rodnev Kopke, Shawn Kunkle, Jon LaNeve, Mark LaPlante, Steve Lauber, Benet Lauber, Heidi Lee, Everett Leschinski, Joe Lovejoy, Dave McClory, John Meyer, Jeff Miller, Barry Miller, Christine Miller, Chris Miller, Darla juniors 37Miller, Peg Miller, Roger Miller, Shelley Norden, Nancy Patterson, Annette Peterson, Andy Purdy, Rick Ranzau, Todd Rivera, Peg Roth, Jay Roth, Kim Rufenacht, Rick Rupp, Ronda The three “stooges” of A.H.S. Schnitkey, Brent Schweinhagen, David Short, Joe Short, Kelly Short, Lisa Short, Lonnie Short, StanWho are you thinking of, Joe?” Simmons, Jim Skinner, Clark Springer, Jacki Stahl, Stacy Strickler, Bob Stuckey, Mark Vonier, Craig Waidelich, Matt Wedekind, Val Werder, Jenni Williams, Jim Wyse, Jeff Wyse, Lori Zuver, Jodi juniors 39Adams, Kent Apger, Lori Arps, Barry Baden, Ty Baer, Fred Ball, Doug Beck, Sandy Bernath, Linda Blose, Becky Bostelman, Kris Brinkman, W ilfred Buehrer, Jeff Burkholder, Grant Campos, Trinidad Clark, Tim Coressel, Shari Davis, Tony Dohm, Rick Drake, Kathy Faler, Dawn Flores, Mario Foor, Clayton Foor, Tabitha Furko, Kim Goertz, Corinna Grime, Abby Grime, Mary Jo Harmon, Stacey Hensley, Renee Hogrefe, Tom Hooser, Glen Horst, Susan Horst, Vonda 40 sophomoresKinsey, W es Kreiner, Fred Kruse. Gregg I ant . Marsha Decisions, decisions, and more decisions. That’s what the sophomore class had to face: trying to decide whether to go to 4-County or to stay at Archbold was a very big decision, a decision that would change the whole course of their lives. Class rings also had to be chosen. All in all, it was a fantastic and challenging year. Sophomores ordering their class rings. LaPlante, Jeff Lauber, Dirk ■.each. Matt Leinbach, Steve Lightner, Mark I.loyd. Lisa Marti, Mike Miller, Audra Miller. Barb Miller. Brad Miller, Bradlev Miller, Ed Miller, Kent Miller, Laurie Miller, Linda Miller, Ryan Munia», Dave sophomores 41Nguyen, C'uong Nofziger, Laura Nofziger, Rodney Quillet, Flaine Reynolds, Denice Rex, Brian Riegsecker, Wendy Rodriguez, Mike Roth, Renee Rufenacht, Doug Rupp, Wendy Sauber, Bruce Schelling, Vashti Short, Beth Short, C had Short, Logan Short, Mary Jo Short, Todd Short, Wendy 42 sophomoresWalker, Greg Weber, Jody Wendt, Michelle Is this what you do all day instead of going to class? Smith, Maria Stuckey, Anita Stuckey, Jon Thieroff, Carol Trejo, April Trejo, Chris Tuckerman, Terri W'yse, Annette Wyse, Rachel Ziegler, Brian Zimmerman. Jennifer sophomores 43FRESHMEN BEGIN THE END Aguilar, Abe Beck, Debra Beck, Ste e Blose, Jody This year’s freshmen were coping with new beginnings, learning what it takes to be in high school. Finally, after hard work and determination, they made it through the first year of high school with a smile. Brandt, Larry Cress, Edith Dehnbostel, Carrie Dennis, Kellye Devries, Michael Fortier, Deanne Friesen, Jan Fruchey, Amy Galvan, Daniel Garza, Vincent Gomez, Alicia Grieser, Jeff Grieser, Todd Grime, Kristi Hall, Lara Hance, Robin Fop Row: M. Nafziger — Sec., K. Schmucker Front Row: J. Blose — Tres., I). Beck — Pres. I 44 freshmen ■»Hayes, Deena Hooser, Curt Horst, Brian Huerta, Ismael Husted, Michel Kammeyer. Brian Laub, Michelle I uber, Shannon Layman, Carla Lehman. Maria Leininger, Jeff Lerma. Daniel Meyer. Brian Miller, Eric Miller, Mark Miller, Shannon Nafziger, Matt Nafziger, Scott Oreniler, Sara freshmen 45Parnell, Michelle Rath, Natalie Reynolds, Ronda Rocha. Janie Roth, Brian Roth. Gail Ruffer, Scott Rupp. Renee Sauber, Brian Schang, Tracy Schmucker, Relby Sch einhagen, Brian Seiler, Kent Seiler, Shelly Shaffer, Mark Short, Maribeth Short. Monica Sierra, Maggie Skinner, Gregg Smith, Jennifer Stannard, Tamara Storrer, Sherri Strickler. Kelly Stuckey, Shann 46 freshmenSumma, Teresa ATTENTION COUPON CLIPPERS Carla seems to be enjoying herself. Is there something in that Mt. Dew? Thatcher, Paul Thrasher, Laura Todd, Greg Trevino, Vicky Tuckerman, Arlen Villarreal, Rick Wanemacher, Lynn Wedekind, Jennifer Weirauch, Wendy Williams, Kevin Wyse, Chris Wyse, Joe Wyse, Matt oder, Bobby Zaerr, Troy freshmen 47FOUR COUNTY There are twenty-four students enrolled at Four County from Archbold High School this year in a variety of vocations. They are: Laurel Baer — En- gines, Donald Buehrer — Auto Mechanics, Ron Buehrer — Auto Mechanics, Kevin Carlin — En- gines, Barry Cline — Occupational Work Exper- ience, Arthur Collins — Occupational Work Exper- ience, Gary Davis — Auto Mechanics, Connie Deline — Cooperative Office Education, Anthony Garza — Auto Mechanics, Jake Gracia — Auto Mechanics, Sheri Grieser — Interior Decorating, Floyd Hite — Auto Mechanics, James Jagodzinski — Occupation- al Work Experience, Gordon Klopfenstein — Indus- trial Maintenance, Sam Lerma — Industrial Main- tenance, Heath March — Diesel Mechanics, Julie Riegsecker — Food Service, Peggy Rivera — Secre- tarial Skills, Mary Sierra — Cosmetology, Debbie Smith — Cooperative Office Education, Susan Taut — Food Service, Val Wedekind — Clerical Skills, Robert Wyse — Engines, Kevin Cranson — Agricul- ture Mechanics. Peg lakes time to smile. Gordon and Sam lake a break. 48 4-countyFOUR COUNTYFOUR COUNTY 'What am I doing here?" asks Kevin. SO 4-countyAHS CANDIDSLIFEBLUESTREAKS SHOW HOMECOMING SPIRIT Finally, after 4 years we did it! W Homecoming is an exciting part of high school for everyone, not just for the queen and her court. Every- one participates in the activities and fun. The 1982 homecoming was brought out by music themes. Sen- iors chose “Eye of the Tiger,” while Juniors had “Hit Me With Your Best Shot.” Sophomores ended up with “You Can Do Magic,” while Freshmen chose “The Streak.” Themes expanded the homecoming frolics by centering skits around them. Juniors took the skit honors, but Seniors came back with the spirit and took first in all the other categories and won the spirit trophy! The finishing touches were put on homecoming week with the queen and her court roll- ing onto the field in bright, shining convertibles. Homecoming ended successfully with a win over the Swanton football team 34-22. Homecoming, com- plete with dances, dressing up, and the winning game, was successful and memorable, a time when all join together as classes and share a fun-filled experience. The 1982 queen and her court.Junior attendant Lori Beck and her escort Dean Gericke. Thanks, Will! Sophomore attendant Susan Horst and her escort Steve Lein- bach. homecoming 55JR.-SR. PLAY CLOSES WITH APPLAUSE The entire cast takes time out for a picture. Couple of the week — Erick and Bob. Everyone knows pink panthers don’t have minds, but this is ridicu- lous.THE PINK PANTHER STRIKES AT A.H.S. HHHHI-YAAH “The Pink Panther Strikes Again” brought a million laughs to all who saw the show and all who performed in it. The play, a hilarious comedy, centered arond the bumbling mistakes of Jacque Olouseau (Erick Lauber), the Chief Inspector of the French Police who was trying to find the missing Dr. Fassbender and his daughter Margot. Clouseau was followed by assassins which were led by his archfoe, Dreyfus (Mike Leininger). Clouseau finds himself in many a tight spot with his enemies, his oriental butler (Roel Galvani, and his newly discovered love Olga (Laura Nafzigen, who was also out to kill him. Clouseau somehow makes it through the entirety of the play alive and ready to move on to a new life and adventures with Olga. The play brought new responsibilities for many people, but it was well worth it. The Jr-Sr play is an important part in the high school lives of all who participated; it's a memory they'll live with forever.Jon Baer with the foul shot. IBA STANDING Team 6 8-0 Team 4 7-1 Team 1 6-2 Team 3 4-4 Team 2 3-5 Team 7 3-5 Team 8 3-5 Team 9 2-6 Team 5 0-8 58 IBA IBA Matt up for two in traffic. Toad with another ultimate shot.INDUSTRIAL ARTS SHOWCAROUSEL SPINS The stage is set for the opening prologue. It’s a bird, it's a plane, no, it's Jeff. Shave it off, Mr. Bascomb. Give it to her good, Carrie. Give it to her good.AGAIN AT A.H.S. The musical Carousel once again came to life on the Archbold stage. It was done once before in 1970. This year it was dedicated to Anita Short Neer who portrayed a character in the 1970 version, but who since has passed away. Along with repeating the pro- duction, Mr. McDonel also repeated his famous acci- dents: during one rehearsal his finger was cut. The musical caught people laughing and crying. All who participated had special moments that they'll always remember. Nice step, Nettie. Lori in Mullin action. June dancers show enthusiasm.Erick running off at the mouth again Kno that I lo e you Clean those stars, TroyNettie consoles Julie, You old pleasure boat. Please get closer. Jay, Kim and Barb walking down the aisle?JR. SR. PROM, A NIGHT TO REMEMBERSOUTHERN SCENES SET THE EVENING. Juniors just sal and enjoyed once they got it underway. Mr. Downey can perform off the field, too. The prom was held at the Rid- geville Legion, and juniors chose the theme to be “Southern Nights” for the evening. South- ern mansion backdrops, bridges, and crepe paper helped set the mood. The band. Now and Then, set the tone for the dance. Fes- tivities carried on into the Napo- leon Activity Center. Bowling, movies, and skating were all of- fered. The gowns were bought and tuxedoes rented to make a night we’ll not soon forget. All had a night to rememberAWARDS DAY, 1983 Rotary scholarship — Troy Roth Outstanding senior choir members — Ken and Barb. 66 AwardsScoll Jacoby — Jaycee Scholarship Cindy Friesen — Jaycee Women’s Lead- ership Scholarship Every year awards day is held to hand out special achievement awards and to mark the seniors last day of school. Seniors who received awards and scholarships this year are the following: Erick Lauber: Century III Leadership Award, Air Force ROTC Scholar- ship, Outstanding Senior Recognition and Top Senior Blade Award. Cindy Friesen: Jaycee Women’s Leadership Scholarship. Elma Munguia and Scott Jacoby: Jaycee Scholarship and Award. Rob Ranzau: Bobbs and Butches C.C.L. Scholarship. Heidi Goertz: Twigs Hospital Auxilary Scholarship. Troy Roth: Rotary Scholarship. Laura Nafziger, Lisa Miller and Sandy Basselman: Sauder Academic Scholarships. Brenda Rychener: Filling Memorial Home of Mercy Scholarship. LeAnna Sharps and Lori Bernath: Business and Professional Women’s Scholarship. Anne Grieser: Char Sharp Scholarship and Outstanding Senior Recogni- tion. There were also two underclassmen who received special awards. They are Corinna Goertz, Hugh O’Brian award, and Bene’t Lauber, Outstand- ing Junior BGSU Recognition. The Senior members of NHS are: Front Row: C. Rath, T. Roth, A. Grieser, L. Beck, and L. Nafziger. Middle Row: E. Munguia, K. Coressel, L. Bernath, S. Basselman, and B. Barnhart. Back Row: T. Wilson, E. Lauber, T. Short and R. Ranzau. awards 67GRADUATION and the glory ” That’s all, folks! OKIE-DOKIE!! 68 graduationCongrats! Annie speaks her peace. graduation 69 What a firm grip, Jon!SENIOR TRIP Bombs away! So now what?! The New York tourists. 70 senior tripWhat are you doing, Kevin?? senior trip 71BLUESTREAKERS CAPTURE ANOTHER YEAR Wendy, what’s your big secret? Led by Ken Richer, the yearbook staff had an interesting year. They had only three veterans, and those three, assisted by Shelley Wanner, taught the newcomers how a yearbook works. After selling ads and attending a workshop at B.G.S.U., the staff learned about the purposes of and procedures in pro- ducing a yearbook. Then the hard work began as they actually began putting the book together, trying ever so hard to meet the deadlines. Fron( Row: Mrs. Wanner, J. Kinsey, L. Grieser, L. Wyse, L. Bernath, L. Apger. Row 2; M. Mignin, D. Johnson, W. Rupp, S. Basselman, K. Richer. i .an. 72 bluestreakBLUE GOLD STAFF Front Row: R. Ranzau, E. Munguia, N. Wyse, A. Grieser, 1. Weber, T. Roth, C. Friesen, T. Walker. Row 2: C. Rath, T. Short, T. Ulrich H. Goertz, M. Leininger, L. Nafziger, E. Lauber, L. Wyse, P. Kelly, Mrs. Short. The ever famous Blue and Gold staff is at it again. They worked hard selling ads and meeting deadlines, and, as usual, produced a great school paper. Led by Anne Grieser and Cherie Short, they made another winning team. The Bull Pen, Howdy’s Duties, and, of course, those wonderful commentaries were enjoyed by all. This year, instead of the usual naval explora- tions and guess those eyebrows, they became liberal and introduced Name that Tush. When you sum it all up, they produced another great school paper. Mike demonstrates his way of being sexy.STUDENT COUNCIL Behind the scenes at most of the dances, gong shows, and other extracurricular activities is none other than the Student Council. Student Council is a group of hardworking individuals who are chosen by their class as representa- tives. Along with dances and fund raising ac- tivities for the American Heart Association, the Student Council sells concessions and plans Homecoming activities. Heart fund dance ’83. Front Row: Mike Leininger. I.aura Nafziger, Kevin Coressel, and Norma Wyse. Second Row: Kelly Short, Kelli Childs. Benet Lauber, and Doug Beck. Third Row: Brian Rex, Chad Short, Michelle Wendt and Michelle Laub. Back Row: Deb Beck, Mr. McDonel, and Mrs. Hickman. 74 student councilVARSITY A o r r. Row: B. Short, T. Nafziger, S. Bostelman, A. Peterson, V. Hall, P. Grieser, R. Galvan, J. Arthur, T. Walk 2nd Row: J. Blose, S. Kopke, E. Munguia, R. Beck, J. Weber, A. Grieser, K. Short, J. Gericke, B. Lauber, Mr. I)o 3rd low: M. Smith, M.J. Grime, A. Miller, K. Furko, S. Coressel, K. Childs, K. Roth, K. Perkey, D. Welke, T. Ligl Back Row: G. Walker, K. Roth, K. Adams, M. Marti, T. Clark, B. Strickler, K. Coressel, E. I.auber, C. Skinner, M. Lein ■■I Varsity A is an organization that is made up of people who have earned their varsity letter. There is a fifty cent entry fee. Varsity A plans activities to raise money for new weights for the weight room. To earn this money, they sponsor track meets and a men’s softball tournament, and they sell programs at most of the home sports events. Mr. Downey under control? varsity a 75ACTIVITIES ABOUND IN FHA. Under the direction of Mrs. Wilch, the FHA was kept busy. Starting the year out, they initiated seven new members, including Mrs. Wilch. They had lots of activities, serving at FFA banquet and decorating Fairlawn, to name a few. President Linda Wyse helped manage to keep things under control. Lisa has a smile for everybody. FHA’s fearless leader, Mrs. Wilch. Front row: W. Reigsecker, L. Miller, L. Wyse, H. Goertz, J. Wilch. Row two: C. Thieroff, S. Stahl, L. Bernath, R. Seiler, T. Tuckerman, W. Short. Row three: T. Summa, M. Short, S. Beck, D. Fortier, M. Short, L. Apger. 76 FHACome on. Hypes, get serious!! FUTURE FARMERS KEEP TILLING. Soil samplings, meat judgings, and conventions. That’s what FFA is all about. Future Farmers of America teaches students about farming and farm related subjects. Under the direction of Mr. Schroll, the club has 32 members. Front row: M. Stuckey, G. W'aidelich, S. Frey, E. Lee, J. Meyer, L. Conklin, T. Short. Row two: G. Kruse, B. Miller, R. Kinsman, D. Ball, D. Lauber. Row three: K. Miller, M. Wadelich, G. Krueger, 1. Kunkle, J. Conklin, M. Grime, R. Schroll. Row four J. Stuckey, C. Foor, R. Nofziger, R. Miller. R. Detterer, T. Short, L. Brandt. Row Five: D. Rufenacht, L. Short, J. Meyer, J. Grime. FFA 77PEP CLUB SHOWS SPIRIT Pep Club meets every Wednesday after school. This is Mrs. Laura Hickman’s first year as advisor. The Pep Club was, as usual, busy supporting and encouraging the athletic teams. The girls made locker signs, baked cookies for the athletes, and boosted their spirits. Front Row: Mrs. Hickman, adtisor, L. Nafziger, L. Beck, K. Lero, Row 2:1 Miller, K. Perkey, L. Sharps, K. Ziegler, D. Welke. Row 3: L. Nofziger, t Drake, M. Lantz, A. Crime, L. Bernath, B. Miller, C. Thieroff. Row 4: t Trejo. A. Stuckey, K. Bostelman, L. Crossgro e, D. Miller, L. Beck. Row ! V. TreWno, S. Parnell, W. W'eirauch. L. Wanemacher, S. Orewiler, i Storrer, C. Layman. Row 6: J. Friesen, D. Fortier, S. Miller. - IS’ M If --a- Our fearless leader. 78 pep clubN.H.S. INDUCTS 13 NEW MEMBERS — Front Row: Lisa Mill- er, Kim Roth, Lynette Beck, Barb Barnhart, Clark Skinner, Doug Beck. Row 2: Andy Peterson. Jenni Werder, Sandy Basselman. Kelly Short, Benet Lauber, Rob Ranzau, Kelli Childs. OLD MEMBERS — Front Row: Anne Grieser, Tammy Wilson, Elma Munguia, Lori Bernath, Laura Nafziger. Row 2 — Tim Short, Craig Rath, Kevin Coressel, Troy Roth. Erick Lauber. National Honor Society inducted thirteen new members this year, five seniors and eight juniors. The week of March 14-18 new N.H.S. members were forced to wear a cardboard N.H.S. emblem around their necks. The boys had to wear dress slacks and ties all day. The girls wore dresses and high heels. The Formal N.H.S. Induction was held March 18 at Evangelical Mennonite Church with the parents attending. A reception was held after the induction. The new mem- bers were in charge of the cleanup, including washing the dishes. Advisors for N.H.S. are Mrs. Shelley Wanner and Mr. Wendell Beck. Being a member of the National Honor Society is an honor that everyone should be proud of. nhs 79JAZZ AND PEP BAND Front Row: R. Roth, R. Tomono, L. Nafziger, Short, W. Rupp, S. Basselman, W. Riegsecker, J. Wyse. Row 2: M. Miller, M. Nafziger, K. Drake, G. Todd, G. Skinner, Mr. Hoverman, Mr. Newlove. Row 3: P. Kelly, C. Vonier, S. Nofziger, B. Horst Front Row: T. Baden, J. Smith, C. Liechty, A. Croyle, M. Waidelich, L. Nafziger, J. Short, P. Huerta, T. Ranzau, M. Miller. Row 2: R. Ranzau, M. Nafziger, W. Riegsecker, S. Seiler, R. Purdy, D. Schweinhagen, G. Todd, L. Gilbert, S. Basselman. Row 3: R. Roth, F. Baer, L. Yoder, J. Roth, G. Skinner, M. Stuckey, C. Vonier, B. Horst, S. Nafziger, P. Kelly. Missing: R. Seiler, K. Millei 80 jazz pep bandSYMPHONIC BAND First period every morning the Symphonic Band meets faithfully and fills the halls with music. This year was a very active year for the band. March 12th the band went to Maumee for district competition and received an excellent rating. Al- though concert season was interrupted by the trip to Washington, the band was still ready for the Spring concert. symphonic band 81ARCHBOLD BLUESTREAK Field Commander R. Roth, Majorettes: S. Storrer, S. Coressel, K. Short, J. Short, K. Strickler. Row 1: J. Wyse, M. Miller, M. Huerta, M. Waidelich, T. Baden, J. Short. Row 2: P. Hoverman, director, S. Basselman, R. Hance, C. Liechty, S. Lauber, D. Reynolds. Row 3: B. Horst, R. Purdy, V. Horst, S. Nafziger, L. Hall, S. Seiler, J. Beck, S. Stahl, P. Kelly, C. Vonier, B. Roth. Row 4: B. Meyers, R. Seiler, M. Husted, K. Bostelman, L. Nofziger, R. Reynolds, D. Beck, L. Beck, S. Horst, L. Crossgrove. Row 5: A. Croyle, L. Yoder, M. Short, M. Wendt, P. Huerta, B. Short, C. Wyse, W . Rupp, W. Short, M. Laub, M. Lehman, C. Miller. Row 6: G. Todd, K. Drake, M. Nafziger, L. Miller, A. Trejo, W. Riegsecker, G. Skinner, K. Miller, R. Ranzau, L. Nafziger, A. Stuckey, J. Smith. Row 7: J. Roth, M. Stuckey. Flag Corps: C. Layman, D. Johnson, T. Stannard, M. Short, K. Dennis, L. Apger, H. I auber. Maria unloads in Washington D.C. The Bluestreak Marching Band had quite a successful year. The last week of August was Band Camp. During Band Camp the members elected officers. They are President, Chris Liechty; Vice-President, Patrick Kelly; Senior Representative, Amy Croyle; Junior Representative, Stacy Stahl; Sophomore Representative, Kathy Drake; Freshman Representative, Mark Miller. The band performed at half-time of the football games as in years before, but this year they also took a trip to Orrville, Ohio, and performed in the Orrville Marching Band Festival. In February, the band began to prepare for their trip to the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which was to be held in April. They had several money making projects: snow contracts, happy eggs, raffle tickets, Chinese dinner, and the Band-a-thon. On the rainy day of April 8, the band performed in competition on the lawn of the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. The judging was based on Marching and Maneuvering, General Effect and Music. The show songs included: “Firebird,” the percussion feature “Dueling Banjos,” “On Broadway,” and “Come in From the Rain.” The band received second place in the National Cherry Blossom Festival Field Competition. 82 marching bandMARCHING BAND The serious mellophones. Kelly and Jodi do their routine to “The Pink Panther." The percussion section became serious for the competition in Washington, D.C.A CAPPELLA CHOIR Row 1- B Barnhart. L. Seiler, L. Nafziger, L. Wyse, M. Short, A. Trejo, L. Miller, P. Huerta, T. Wilson, A. Stuckey, C. Friesen, M. Lantz, L Beck Row 2: L. Miller, L. Bernath, C. Miller, K. Roth, A. Grieser, R. Beck, L. Crossgrove, B. Short, A. Grime, K. Perkey, A. Miller. Row 3: P. Miller, J. Blose, D. Welke, A. Sharps, K. Ziegler, S. Stahl, M. Miller, J. Short, N. Wyse, J. Beck, A. C royle. Row 4: B. I auber, K. Drake, L. Wyse, K. Lero, K. Short, L. Grieser, T. Aeschliman, H. Goertz, J. Weber, D. Hoffman. R. Seiler, K. Childs. Row 5: D. Miller, G. Miller R Ranzau, S. Bostelman, D. Beck, C. Vonier, P. Kelly, R. Purdy, M. Leininger, J. Grime, K. Roth, S. Basselman. Row 6: D. Schweinhagen, K. Richer, L. Yoder, A. Peterson, W. Chow, T. Short, B. Strickler, R. Galvan, T. Nafziger, B. Short. D. Gencke, V. Hall. Row 7: L. Roth, J. Meyer, J. Baer. C. Liechty, E. Lauber, K. Coressel, J. Roth, M. Stuckey, T. Ruffcr, M. Migmn, T. Roth. The Mixed and A Cappella Choirs, under the di- rection of David A. McDonel and accompanied by Amy Croyle, Patrick Kelly, Laura Nafziger, Lamont Yoder, Julie Gericke, Renee Roth, Abby Grime, and Stacy Stahl, had another outstanding year. The an- nual Fall Concert consisted of both sacred and secu- lar music. This year the Choirs performed The Mes- siahs St. John’s UCC on Tuesday, December 21, for their Chirstmas Concert. After Chirstmas, the Choirs went to work on the musical Carousel. They performed it on April 14, 15, 16, and 18, and it was a big success. 84 a cappella choir Sing, Norma, sing!Liz studies her music. MIXED Christine, are you late for choir? CHOIR Row 1: J. Foor, K. Bostelman, V. Schelling, S. Horst, V. Horst, H. Lauber, L. Apger, K. Furko, L. Nofziger, L. Beck. Row 2: W. Short, J. Zimmerman, M. Smith, J. Springer, W. Riegsecker, D. Johnson, W. Rupp, L. Short, R. Rupp, L. Miller. Row 3: S. Miller, J. Cericke, M. Wendt, C. Thieroff, D. Faler, A. Patterson, J. Werder, D. Reynolds, T. Tuckerman, S. Beck. Row 4: M. Grime, S. Coressel, J. Kunkle, T. Clark, G. Burkholder, D. Lauber, J. Wyse, F. Baer, S. Leinbach, B. Schnitkey, R. Tomono. Row 5: T. Borton, M. LaNeve, J. Stuckey, M. Waidelich, A. Falor, J. Meyer, S. Fry, L. Short, M. Leach, S. Short, J. Lovejoy mixed choir 85INTRODUCING “THE COMPANY” The 24 member show choir. The Company, was kept very busy in 1982-1983 doing evening shows, schools and churches. The Pride of Northwestern Ohio entertained the audiences with music rang- ing from a country-western medley to “Twilight Tones” and such popular tunes as “Rosanna.” The Company added brass instru- ments to several songs for a different sound. These instruments were all played by members of The Company themselves. The Company plans to continue into the summer with Miss Ohio, several area shows, and, of course, the Carp Festival. With Mr. McDonel directing the sometimes crazy group, they had fun and proved to be very talented and successful. 86 the companyFRESHMAN CHOIR, THE BUILDING BLOCK Is anyone listening to me? Freshman choir is the building block to the success of the Combined choirs. Frosh learn to explore with their voice ranges and learn the basics that will carry them through choir for their remaining high school years and beyond. Mr. McDonePs first exhibition of the Freshman Choir took place during the Christmas concert held at St. John’s Church. The freshmen went on to receive a I at competition, which proved to all they have what it takes to move up in the ranks. Sorry for keeping you all awake!SPORTSSPORTS SUPER XASACROSS COUNTRY Cross country finished with an outstanding season. The boys with a fine 13-3 record, while the girls finished with a 12-4 record. Shari Coressel was the only one from both teams to qualify for state competition, where she fin- ished 8th. Congratulations, Shari! Shari's State form. Front row: Steve LaPlante, Mary Jo Grime, Karen Perkey, Kim Roth, Audra Miller, Maria Smith, Shannon Lauber. Middle row: Heidi Coertz, Shari Coressel. Back Row: Kent Roth, Brad Short, Todd Borton, Todd Lightner, Clark Skinner, Kent Clair, Nate Bott, Steve Klinger, Todd Berry, Wilfred Brinkman, Coach Forward. 90 cross countryUtter excitement Streaks ahead again. The “Leaders of the Pack Girls Hicksville Invitational Bryan-Delta Archbold Invitational Evergreen-Patrick Henry Perrysburg Invitational Liberty Center — Wauseon Pettisville-Fayette Montpelier-Swanton Tinora-Kalida-Holgate NWOAL meet Morenci Stryker-Delta Sectionals Districts State: Shari Coressel Record: 12-4 Most Improved: Maria Smith Most Valuable: Shari Coressel Captain: Karen Perkev Boys Hicksville Invitational Bryan-Delta Archbold Invitational Evergreen-Patrick Henry Perrysburg Invitational Liberty Center-Wauseon Pettisville-Fayette Montpelier-Swanton Tinora-Kalida-Holgate NWOAL meet Morenci Stryker-Delta Sectionals 10th out of 15 Districts No qualifiers Record: 13-3 Most Improved: Steve Klinger Most Valuable: Todd Borton Captain: Kent Roth 5th Place 2nd Out of 3 7th Place 1st out of 3 5th place 1st out of 3 3rd out of 3 2nd out of 3 2nd place 3rd place 2nd out of 2 1st out of 3 2nd place 8th place 8th place 5th place 1st out of 3 6th place 3rd out of 3 11th place 2nd out of 3 2nd out of 3 3rd place 3rd place 2nd out of 2 2nd out of 3 cross country 91VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Asst. Coach Spotts, F.lma Munguia, Roxy Beck, Jackie Weber, Anne Grieser, Miss Sharp. 2nd Row: Susan Horst, Shawn Kopke, Kelly Short, Kelli Childs, Bene't I.auber, Julie Gericke, Dawn Faler, lleidi Hatfield. Once again the Varsity Volleyball team finished with an excellent season. The long hard hours of practice and conditioning paid off as they slowly climbed the ladder to success. During the regular season the team lost only to Napoleon. After win- ning at Sectionals and Districts, they advanced to regionals. Keeping up the winning tradition, they advanced to State where they lost the champion- ship game to Newark Catholic. They are now State Runner-up. Roxy’s better half. 92 varsity volleyballDon’t worry Ben. It won’t hurt you. Kelly’s perfect form. Parents night. West Unity Hilltop 15-3 15-6 Montpelier 15-2 15-8 Paulding 15-4 15-1 Swanton 15-2 15-7 Napoleon 13-15 15-1 5-15 Patrick Henry 15-0 15-5 Fairview 15-5 15-13 Bryan 15-1 15-6 North Central 15-4 15-11 Delphos St. John 15-8 15-4 Kalida 15-3 15-4 Otsego 15-2 15-3 Wauseon 15-7 13-15 15-12 Delta 15-2 12-15 15-4 Perrysburg 10-15 15-8 15-8 Sylvania Southview 16-14 15-10 Pemberville Eastwood 15-3 12-15 15-2 Bloomdale Elmwood 15-6 15-8 Liberty Center 15-5 15-5 Defiance Tinora 15-10 15-1 Stryker 15-2 15-7 Evergreen 15-10 15-13 SECTIONALS Fayette 15-1 15-2 Edon 15-7 15-13 DISTRICTS Patrick Henry 15-2 15-1 North Central 15-3 15-13 REGIONALS Wayne Trace 15-7 15-4 Marion Local 15-8 15-13 STATE Loudenville 14-16 15-7 15-7 Newark Catholic 7-15 15-4 8-15 • KC's shapley spike. J.V. SPIKERS FINISH UNDEFEATED The 1982 Junior Varsity vol- leyball team had an awesome sea- son, finishing 20-0. The team had a total of 15 girls this year, 9 sophomores and 6 freshmen. First year coach, Mrs. Marilyn Spotts, was exceptionally happy about the season. One player commented, “I had fun this year. Mrs. Spotts was a good coach.” The team shows much promise in future years with all the speed and skill they have. They worked well together and enjoyed the season. Future Archbold volley- ball teams will benefit greatly from these girls. Co-captains for this year’s team were Becky Blose and Michelle I.aub. Deb Beck and Maria Lehman shared the Most Improved Player Award. SCOREBOARD Hilltop 15-0 15-10 Montpelier 15-6 15-8 Paulding 15-0 15-13 Swanton 12-15 15-1 15-1 Patrick Henry 15-5 15-13 Fairview 15-4 16-14 Bryan 15-1 15-9 North Central 15-6 10-15 15-6 Delphos Saint John 15-8 15-12 Kalida 15-4 15-4 Otsego 15-5 15-6 Wauseon 16-14 15-11 Napoleon 15-8 14-16 15-1 Delta 15-6 15-12 Eastwood 16-14 15-12 Elmwood 15-8 15-1 Liberty Center 15-2 14-16 15-6 Tinora 15-5 15-4 Stryker 15-3 15-7 Evergreen 15-8 15-4 Michelle’s spiking makes Maria dance. 94 jv volleyballGOONS HAVE PERFECT SEASON Front Row; G. Burkholder, B. Miller, A. Falor, J. l.eschinski, C. Foor. J. Simmons, B. Rex, M. Flores, F. Baer. Row 2; G. Walker, R. Miller, R. Dohm, M. Marti, J. McClory, D. Schweinhagen, T. Hogrefe, K. Adams, M. Rodriguez. Streak defense stops Indians. The Junior Varsity football team, better known as the Goon Squad, finished 7-0. Un- der the superb coaching abilities of Ron Dil- bone and Mike Walker, the team fought their way to victory. The 18 man team, con- sisting of 4 juniors and 14 sophomores, real- ly worked hard to finish the season undefeat- ed. Many of the team members also played Varsity Football. This gave them a chance to have experience on the varsity level. The Goons outscored their opponents 176-61. Al- though the Junior Varsity football team isn't in the limelight like the Varsity team, the Goons make the school proud of their victo- ries. We Opponents They 20 Bryan 14 24 Defiance 21 32 Montpelier 6 33 Delta 0 28 Patrick Henry 0 20 Swanton 8 19 Wauseon 12 jv football 95NO. 2 AT STATE; NO. 1 IN OUR HEARTS. Hurry up, Arthur! Springfield, Ohio. November 26, 1982 . . On a cold, foggy, misty day, the undefeated Archbold foot- ball team set out to conquer the West Jefferson Rough Riders. The Bluestreaks, under the supervi- sion of their fearless leader John Downey, were ready to annihilate the Rough Riders. The plays, formations, and techniques were all intact. The crowd was exuberant. The stage was set — except for the mudhold which was called the foot- ball field! Upon seeing the mudhole, the Streaks knew they were in trouble! They just couldn't fathom playing in all that slop! Our best shot was stolen by the Rough Riders, for Lady Luck had smiled on the Riders and had left us behind, falling 6-0. We are still very proud of our team for the unde- feated regular season and the spectacular journey to state. Other way, guys! Front row: K. Coressel, T. Roth, S. Jcoby, R. Galvan, I). Newman, T. Walker, V. Hall, J. Arthur, S . Bostelman. P. Grieser, T. Nafziger, M. Schroeder. Row 2: J. Furko, C. Wyrick, D. Schweinhagen, J. McClory, J. Leschinski, R. Rufenacht, B. Miller, J. Williams, B. Strickler, D. Love joy, R. Buehrer, A. Peterson,!'. Ranzau, I). I.auber. Row 3: K. Adams, A. Falor, B. Rex, G. Walker, C. Foor, M. Flores, B. Miller, R. Miller, M. Marti, M. Rodriquez, T. Hogrefe, R. Dohm, F. Baer, G. Burkholder. OHIO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSO. FOOTBALL 1 PLAYOFFS -- A ADMIT ONE - S3 50 ♦ We They 31 Tinora 0 33 Bryan 6 27 Springfield 6 7 Evergreen 0 34 Montpelier 12 35 Delta 14 35 Patrick Henry 0 34 Swanton 22 16 Wauseon 0 29 Liberty Center Playoffs 20 31 Rossford 6 17 Wellington 0 0 West Jefferson 6FROSH GRIDDERS GEAR UP! After a good year of football, the team is ready for another year. Long, hard practices have led them to what they are today. They can’t wait for next year’s big challenge. They are coached by Norbert Schoenhals and Lynn Aeschliman. Front row: K. Williams. D. Galvan, K. Schmucker, S. Ruffer, S. Beck, B. Roth, T. Schang, M. Nafziger, J. Leininger. Row two: Coach N. Schoenhals, M. Wyse, R. Tuckerman, P. Thatcher, B. Kammeyer, B. Sauber, E. Miller, Coach L. Aeschliman. 98 frosh footballABOVE Back row: A. Grime, L. Sharps, D. Welke. Row two: L. Miller, K. Perkey, M. Miller. FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS HAVE SPIRIT! BELOW Back row: V. Tre»ino, D. Fortier, S. Orewiler. Row two: L. W anemacher, M. Parnell, S. Storrer. football cheerleaders 99GOLF After a good year of golf, the team is patient- ly waiting for next year when they can get back on the greens again. They are directed by Mr. Lirot. You missed the ball, Phillip! Front row: G. Todd, R. Fielitz, L. Bernath, P. Spiess, G. Skinner. Row two: Coach Lirot, C. Miller, D. Gericke, M. La Neve E. Lauber, G. Grisier. 100 golfI I Chris shows concentration. golf 101WRESTLING This year’s wrestling team finished with a fine 10-8 record. With only five seniors and two juniors, there was a lot of pressure put on the underclassmen. Senior leadership and pride took their toll as there were six District qualifi- ers and two sectional champions. Let go! I can’t breathe!!! Front row: Dirk Ijiuber, Dan Lerma, Abe Aguilar, Roel Galvan, Dan Galvan, Grant Burkholder, Tracy Schang, and Steve Beck. Back Row: Mr. Forward, Tom Ulrich, Frick Lauher, Rick Rufenacht, Troy Roth, Kent Adams, Kent Clair, Adam Falor and Vinnie Garza. 102 wrestlingOne . . two . . . three Don’t Tickle Me! Is this wrestling or leap frog?? Team Awards: Mark Bernath Award — Troy Roth Most Improved: Rick Rufenacht 19-11 Best Record: Kent Clair 26-2 All League NWOAL — Dan Galvan 105 Kent Clair 119 Erick Lauber 132 Sectional Champs — Kent Clair Erick Lauber District Qualifiers — Dan Galvan Kent Clair Erick Lauber Roel Galvan Rick Rufenaucht Bob Strickler Team Record 10-8 3rd in NWOAL 3rd in Sectionals 8th in class AA for the Blade Ratings wrestling 103TENNIS FINISHES 8-4 The 1983 Varsity Tennis team finished another win- ning season, finishing 8-4. The team consisted of 6 seniors and 3 juniors. Mr. Rettig once again coached the tennis team. “1 was very proud of my team this year. They acted with class on and off the court,” said Mr. Rettig. Opponent We They Bryan 2 3 Bryan 1 4 Anthony Wayne 0 5 Ayersville 3 2 Ayersville 3 2 Paulding 5 0 Paulding 5 0 Continental 5 0 Continental 5 0 Napoleon 0 5 Ottawa Glandorf 4 1 Ottawa Glandorf 4 1 Lori shows us the perfect form. Row 2: Coach Rettig. H. Goertz, T. Roth. E. I.auber, M. I.aNeve, C. Miller. 104 varsity tennisJ.y. GAINS EXPERIENCE Front Row: G. Todd, L. Hall, B. Schweinhagen, C. Wyse. Row 2: A. Grime, B. Horst, M. Miller, J. Wyse, J. LaPlante, S. NafzigerVARSITY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL For the second year in a row, the girls’ Varsi- ty basketball team has earned the title of Sec- tional Champions. Although the record wasn’t perfect, the team spirit never let down. After losing the First four games, the team pulled together and never lost their determination. They ended with a Final record of 8-12. Roxy on the ATTACK! Kneeling: Miss Sharp, Miss Briggs Standing: Kim Roth, Kelly Short, Julie Gericke, Benet Lauber, Kelli Childs, Roxy Beck. Jackie Weber, Anne Grieser. 106 varsity girls' basketballNorth Central 43-45 Holgate 44-45 Liberty Center 36-40 Fvergreen 55-57 Tinora 52-42 F.dgerton 48-74 Napoleon 33-38 Bryan 42-53 Lima Bath 38-66 Montpelier 56-18 Stryker 62-45 Antwerp 52-46 ot Swanton 41-69 Hilltop 56-38 Fairview 39-33 Patrick Henry 43-47 Wauseon 54-45 Delphos St. John 42-80 Defiance 48-43 Delta 35-41 Final Record; 8-12 Kelly struts her stuff. varsity girls’ basketball 107J.V. HAS NEAR PERFECT SEASON Front Row: L. Miller, B. Blose, D. Beck, J. Blose, K. Strickler. Row 2: M. Lehman, M. I.aub, S. Coressel, C. Goertz, S. Seiler, C. Dehnbostel, S. Lauber, Coach Bea Briggs. WE 36 North Central 20 Holgate 25 Liberty Center 29 Evergreen 35 Tinora 33 Edgerton 30 Napoleon 19 Bryan 45 Lima Bath 37 Montpelier 34 Stryker 33 Antwerp 36 Swanton 26 Hilltop 29 Fairview 45 Patrick Henry 29 Wauseon 38 Delphos St. John 33 Defiance 36 Delta 14 lb II 17 28 24 24 2b 28 13 25 19 22 14 24 39 18 31 27 17 The girls’ Junior Varsity basketball team finished their season 19-1. Only a 19-26 loss to Bryan marred a perfect season record. Special Awards were given out at the end of the season. Co-captain awards were shared between Becky Blose and Shari Coressel. Shari Cores- sel also captured the Best Defensive Player Award. Most Improved Player Award went to Micki Laub. Overall the team had a very good season. Shelly attempts a steal. 108 jv girls’ basketballJ.V. BOYS FINISH 15-3 Front Row: B. Ziegler, T. Clark, B. Rex, R. Miller, S. Leinbach, G. Walker. Row 2: E. Miller, G. Gigax, D. Gericke, T. Hogrefe, M. Marti, C. Short, B. Miller. With determination on his face, Steve shoots for two. WE THEY 49 Wauseon 29 32 Continental 31 62 Liberty Center 47 50 Kalida 46 62 Evergreen 35 51 Holgate 40 33 Napoleon 35 49 Bryan 37 48 Montpelier 45 52 Swanton 31 55 Patrick Henry 29 42 Hilltop 44 39 Wauseon 28 44 Stryker 38 53 Tinora 27 72 Delta 53 73 North Central 42 50 Fairview 55 Coached by Mr. Wendell Beck, the reserve basketball team finished their season 15-3. They were unbeaten in the league with an 8-0 league record. Leading scorer was Chad Short with 212 points, while Brian Rex was leading rebounder with 117. Overall, they outscored their opponents 916-692. The boys are very tal- ented and will be an asset to the varsity team in the next few years. jv hoys’ basketball 109VARSITY BASKETBALL HITS THE They 56 65 72 75 50 60 52 48 65 55 65 59 84 57 70 53 56 65 70 75 66 SCOREBOARD Wauseon Continental liberty Center Kalida Evergreen Holgate Continental Ayersville Napoleon Bryan Montpelier Swanton Patrick Henry Hilltop Wauseon Stryker Tinora Delta North Central Fairview Wayne Trace (Sec.) Jack jumps for two. 110 varsity boys' basketball Team members 1-6: Brian Ziegler, Jack Arthur, Brad Short, Brian Rex, Scott Gericke, Dean Gericke. Scott rips onto the court.COURTS WITH ARCHBOLD PRIDE With a new head coach only in his second year and a very young team containing only three seniors, this year was marked as a rebuilding one. The team pulled together through its wins and losses and had a fight to keep the “winning tradition” spirit alive. Even though the games ended with a disappointing season, the basketball enthusiasm never died in the players or the fans. All look forward to next year with bigger hopes. arsity boys' basketball 111FROSH BASKETBALL Front Row: Brian Kammever, Mark Miller, Paul Thatcher, Matt Wyse, Mike Devries, Brian Sauber. Row 2: Brian Schweinhagen, Brian Roth. Bob Yoder, SCOREBOARD WE THEY 41 Fairview 36 47 Libery Center 24 55 Evergreen 32 33 Defiance 31 54 Stryker 36 36 Tinora 39 31 Bryan 26 44 Napoleon 47 56 Montpelier 35 36 Swanton 44 54 Patrick Henry 44 43 Wauseon 30 47 Delta 29 36 Hicksville 23 NWOAL 51 Delta 38 39 Patrick Henry 38 33 Swanton 34 112 frosh basketball r. Krauss, Shawn Stuckey, Kelby Schmucker, Jeff Grieser. Paul drives for two. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS VARSITY LeAnna Sharps, Marie Miller, Ka- ren Perkey, Jodi Short, Dawn Welke, Kim Lero. RESERVE Carol Thieroff, Liz Crossgrove, Marsha Lantz, Anita Stuckey, Kris Bostelman, April Trejo. FRESH MAS Front Row: Sara Orewiler, Vicki Trevino, Sherri Storrer. Back Row: Michelle Parnell, Deanne Fortier, Lynn Wanne- macher. basketball cheerleaders 113GIRLS’ TRACK STARTS OUT PREPARING. Front row: M. Grime, D. Beck, G. Roth, M. Laub. Row 2: K. Roth, A. Miller, K. Furko, S. Lauber, S. Parnell. Row 3: B. I.auber, S. Coressel, M. Smith, S. Horst, H. Hatfield, D. Faler. 114 girls' trackTHEY FINISH COMPETING. Maria works hard for her team. Gail prepares hard by anyone’s standards. Girls’ track members worked hard to prepare for their season. Some started during the winter to get ready. Mr. Forward and Miss Sharp worked their bodies and spirits over to prepare for State competi- tion. girls' track 115BOYS’ TRACK Row 1: M. DeVries» M. Nafziger, E. Lauber, B. Roth, T. Schang, K. WiMaims, N. ViMareal. B. Kammeyer, B. Sauber. Row 2: R. Rufenacht, G. Burkholder, G. Walker, T. Hogrefe, S. LaPlante, R. Dohm, S. Klinger, F. Baer, M. Flores. Row 3: K. Roth, T. Berry, V. Hall, C. Skinner, J. Arthur, R. Galvan, N. Bott, T. Borton. Row 4: T. Lightner, B. Miller, K. Coressel, T. Walker, T. Stahl, A. Peterson, B. Short, T. Nafziger. Running takes concentration for Huck. Mike at his best. 116 boys .rackTodd lakes the baton and runs. Todd takes the lead. This years boys’ track team was made up of many outstanding athletes. Most of them had competed in many other sports and even some State competition. Their competitive spirit gained them many honors. Some of them advanced to District and Regional compe- tition. They finished with a good final record. Kent and Tom show teamwork. Andy flying high. 117SOFTBALL LADIES SWING AGAIN Row 1: S. Seiler, M. Lehman, J. Weber, J. Zimmerman, B. Short, B. Blose, J. Blose, K. Strickler, M. Laub. Row 2: S. Kopke, J. Blose, J. Gericke, K. Short, K. Childs, R. Beck, J. Weber, A. Grieser, Coach B. Short. 118 sotballTeam Score We They Edon 21 1 Stryker 9 3 Defiance 18 7 Bryan 2 5 Whiteford, Mich. 2 5 Morenci, Mich. 3 5 Delta 13 3 Springfield 8 9 North Central 10 12 Liberty Center (sectionals) 13 5 Pettisville 22 1 Liberty Center 15 0 Perrysburg 16 1 Delta 15 6 Tinora (dist. semis) 32 1 Hilltop 11 1 North Central (dist. finals) 0 7 softball 119VARSITY HAS WINNING SEASON Opponent We They Pettisville 6 5 Fairview 2 5 Hilltop 11 0 Wauseon 10 7 ‘Liberty Center 18 2 Defiance 3 4 Defiance 2 3 ‘Bryan 7 6 ‘Montpelier 5 13 •Evergreen 1 2 ‘Patrick Henry 4 3 Fairview 0 6 •Wausein 6 2 ‘Swanton 8 9 SECTIONALS Fairview 5 4 Napoleon 4 3 DISTRICTS Celina 16 4 Coldwater 0 6 Overall Record 10-8 League Record 4-3 League Game 120 varsity baseballThe Boys’ Varsity Baseball team finished their season with a winning record of 10-8 and a league record of 4-3. The team, coached by Mr. Doug Kruass, consisted of 5 seniors, 2 juniors, and 4 sophomores. Other members of the varsity team were the junior varsity players when they didn’t have a J.V. game. Once again Archbold has kept up the winning tradition. Run, Doug, run. See Doug run? varsity baseball 121JV BASEBALL HAS WINNING SEASON The Archbold High School JV Base- ball team, coached by Tom Vershum, finished their season with a 9 and 4 record. The Streaks had a fantastic season and promise to remain this great in years to follow. OPPONENT WE THEY Montpelier 12 0 Wauseon 17 3 Napoleon 1 3 Bryan 11 2 Delta 13 4 Paulding 8 9 Paulding 5 3 Delta 6 5 Fairview 11 10 Swanton 9 2 Wauseon 6 22 Pettisville 10 1 Swanton 9 12 Row 1: K. Schmucker, T. Ranzau, S. Leinbach, B. Miller, P. Thatcher, T. Clark. B. Yoder. Row 2: Coach Vershum. J. Leschinski, M. Rodriguez. B. Arps, M. Wyse, J. Short. D. Schweinhagen. R. Miller. T. Lugo, S. Ruffer. 122 jv baseballAHS SPORT CANDIDS’ LEFTOVERS My Love! Erick makes a smash hit. Jackie scores another point for the Archbold team. The ball is behind you. 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Defiance St - 445- :5 15 RIDGE MARKET Ridgeville Corners 267-5270 RIDGE VI L L E EQUIPMENT REPAIR P - O. At Ridgeville Conners 267-5201 ROD'S AUTO PARTS 1 OS N . Defiance St. 446-242S RUPP FURNITURE CO. Archbold, Ohio SQHIGR O SE R VI CE CO . 147, Ridgeville Comens 'THE STEER-IN RESTAURANT Archbold, Ohio STE VE ' S SOHIQ Archbold, Ohio STQRRER'S MARATHON Archbold, Ohio STOTZER'S HARDWARE Archbold, Ohio T O M S AUTO ELECTRI C 7 0 0 W. B a. n n e R ci . 4- 4- 5 — 6 1 O S TRI-FLO 372 3 Co. Red. 2 2 U M PER T’HE SUN I N C . Ill Depot St. VODER COMPOST Archbold, Ohio ZE HR . O O M PAN Y EI a s t Mechanic St. ads 145Teresa Denise Aescbliman — Aeappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Elementary Helper 4. JobnS. Arthur —(Jack) Freshman choir 1, Varsity Football 2,3,4, JV Football 1, Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, JV Basketball 1, Boys Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Boys State 3, 1st team All-State Foot ball. Jonathan Ulrich Baer — (Jub) Aeappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, Pep Band 1, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, Bowling Green Science and Geometry test. Barbara Ann Barnhart — Aeappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, The Company 3,4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, FHA 2, 3, Pep Club 1, NHS 4, Solo Ensemble 1, 3, Elementary Helper 4. Sandra Joanne Basselman — Aeappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 4, Jazz Band 2,3,4, The Company 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Bluestreak Staff 3,4, NHS 4, Girls State 3, Solo Ensemble 1,2,3,4, All County Band 1,2,3, 4, All County Choir 4. Lynette Ann Beck — Aeappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Solo Ensemble 1. Roxanne Eilene Beck —(Roxy) Aeappella Choir 3,4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 2, Varsity Volleyball 3, 4, JV Volleyball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, JV Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary Helper 4. Kerin D. Bell — Lee H. Bernatb — (Lee Bee) Bluestreak Staff 4, Industrial Arts 1, Golf 4, Freshman Football 1. Lori Ann Bernatb — Aeappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, The Company 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, Tennis 3, 4. Todd Matthew Berry —(Huck) Freshman Choir 1, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4. If. Scoff Bostelman — Aeappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, The Company 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, JV Football 2, Varsity Wrestling 2, Boys Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4. Donald W. Buebrer, Jr. — Wesley Paul Chow — Aeappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Industrial Arts 1, Cross Country 1,2, Boys Track 1,2, Varsity Tennis 3,4, Maumee Valley Testing Algebra II 2, Geometry 3, Bowling Green Testing Geometry 3. Kent Allen Clair — (K.A.) Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Varsity Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Mini Institute 1, 2, 3, 4. Barry L. Cline — Juliann Marie Cobrs — 146 senior indexLisa Eileen Conklin —(Lee) Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, Follies 3, Flag Corps 1,2, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary Helper 4, Mini Institute 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Student Ad. 2, FFA Secretary 3, FFA Parlimentarian 4, Jr. Fairboard 4. Kerin Robert Coressel — Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band I, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4, NHS 3,4, Student Council 2,3,4, Varsity Football 3,4, JV Football 2, Freshman Basketball 1, Boys Track 3,4, Varsity A Club 3, 4, Elementary Helper 2, Mini Institute 1, Academic Boosters 4. Kerin D. Cranson — Amy Hertzler Croyle — Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, The Company 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Solo Ensemble 1, Choir Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4. Connie Beck DeLine — FH A 1,2, Elementary Helper 1,2, Member of OOEA 3,4, Attended and Participated in a regional contest 4. Rob E. Detterer — FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, 2. Jody Lynn Double — FHA 1, Elementary Helper 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 4. Clancy Ray Foor — Cynthia Ann Friesen — Acapella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Bluestreak Staff 3, Blue Gold Staff 4, Elementary Helper 4, Mini Institute 4, Class Secretary 4, Tutor 4. Roel Micheal Galran — (Rollie) Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Industrial Arts 1, Varsity Football 2,3,4, Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Boys Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Elementary Helper 3, Mini Institute 1, 4. Scott M. Gericke — Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, Industrial Arts 1, Freshman Basketball 1, Varsity Baskerball 4, JV Basketball 2, 3. Heidi Sue Goertz — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Student Director of Musical 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Cross Country 4, JV Basketball 2, Freshman Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, Class Secretary 3, Tennis 3, 4, Campus Life f, 2, 3, 4. Jake Gracia — Anne Margaret Grieser — (Annie) Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Blue Gold Staff 4, NHS 3,4, Varsity Volleyball 3,4, JV Volleyball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3,4, J V Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Track 1, 2, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1. Lisa Ann Grieser — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed CHoir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1,2, Bluestreak Staff 4, FHA 1,2,3,4, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, Elementary Helper 2, 4, Bob Hope Show 2, FHA Vice President 3, 4, FHA Secretary 2. Peter Lynn Grieser — Freshman Choir 1, Jr. Sr. Play 3, Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, Varsity A Club 4, Homecoming Escort 2. Gary J. Grime — senior index 147James Edward Grime — (Hypes) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir I, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, FFA 2, 3, A, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Elementary Helper 2, Freshman Basketball Manager 1, Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 4. Vond Thomas Hall — (“V”) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, JV Football 2, 3, Freshman Basketball 1, JV Basketball 2, Boys Track 1, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 3, 4, Freshman Football 1 JV Baseball 1, 2. Floyd Hite — (Hot Rod) Auto Mechanic 3, 4. Donna Mae Hoffman — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir I, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 2,3. Michael W. Jacoby — (Rabbit) Industrial Arts 1, Mini Institute 2, 3, Freshman Football 1. Scott Richard Jacoby —(Beech) Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 4, Varsity Football 4, JV Football 2,3, Mini Institute 3. Patrick Quinn Kelly — Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Jazz Band 2, 3, 4, The Company 3,4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, Solo Ensemble 1, 2,3, 4, All County Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mini Institute 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, 2. Gordon D. Klopfenstein — Tammy Jo Klopfenstein — Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, Follies 3, FHA 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Elementary Helper 2, 4. Gary K. Krueger — (Joe) Musical 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, 2. Erick Joseph Lauber — Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, Jazz Band 1, 2, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Bluestreak Staff 3, Blue Gold Staff 4, Pep Club I, NHS 3,4, Football Cheerleader 3, Golf 4, Cross Country 2,3, Varsity Wrestling 1,3,4, Boys Track 4, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, All County Band 1, 2, Mini Institute 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Stat. 1, Most Outstanding Junior Award 3, Academic Boosters 4, The Company 3, 4. Michael A. Leininger — Samuel D. Lerma — Freshman Choir 1, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 4, Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, Industrial Maint., JV Wrestling 1, Small Engines. Kim Marie Lero — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman CHoir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Cheerleader 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Stats. 3. Christopher Wayne Liechty — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, The Company 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Choir Accompanist 3, 4, Homecoming Escort 4, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Todd D. Ligbtner — (Toad) Freshman Choir 1, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Boys Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4. John Paul Lorejoy — Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman CHoir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, Elementary Helper 2. Henry Jay Meyer — (Jay) Acappella Choir 3,4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1. 148 senior indexMatthew Edward Mignin — Acapella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Bluestreak Staff 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3. Gareth Lee Miller — (Gonz) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Industrial Arts 1, Choir Accompanist 4. Lisa Lynn Miller — Acappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, The Company 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 4, NHS 4, Football Cheerleader 4, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Stats 3, 4. Marie Annette Miller — (Peanut) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Football Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Basketball Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Girl Track 1, Solo Ensemble 1, Elementary Helper 4. Lima Nydia Munguia — (Elms) Blue Gold Staff 4, Pep Club 1, NHS 3, 4, Student Council 1, Varsity Volleyball 3, 4, JV Volleyball 1, 2, Varsity A Club 3, 4, Elementary Helper 3, Class President I. Laura Kay Nafziger — Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2,3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Jazz Band 3,4, The Company 2,3,4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Student Council 2,3,4, Basketball Cheerleader 1, Solo Ensemble 1,2,3,4, All County Band 1, Choir Accompanist 1,2,3,4, Homecoming Queen 4, Homecoming Attendant 2, Spanish Club 2, Todd Allen Nafziger — Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, The Company 2,3,4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Industrial Arts I, Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4, Varsity 3,4, JV Football 2, Varsity Wrestling 1, Track 2, 4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Trainers 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4. Douglas Wayne Newman — Freshman Choir 1, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Varsity Football 2,3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 1, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Reserve Baseball 1. Hung Phi Nguyen — Gary C. Ordway, Jr. — Bluestreak Staff 3, Industrial Arts 1, Elementary Helper 2. David Paul Oyer — (Gook) FFA 2, Industrial Arts 1, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4. Karen Lynn Perkey — Acappella Choir 3,4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 2, Pep Club 1,3,4, Football Cheerleader 1,4, Cross Country 2,3,4, Basketball Cheerleader 1,3,4, Track 1, 2,3,4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1. Mary Kaye Plassman — Freshman Choir 1, FHA 2, 3, Elementary Helper 2. Robert Richard Ranzau — Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musocal 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3,4, The Company 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3,4, Blue Gold Staff 4, Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4, NHS 4, Student Council 4, Boys State 3, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Mini Institute 3, 4, Class President 4, Class Vice President 3, 4. Craig A. Rath — Blue Gold Staff 4, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 4, NHS 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, JV Basketball 2, 3, Varsity A Club 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, JV Baseball 1, Homecoming Escort 3. Amy Sue Reed — Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, Follies 3, FHA 2, 2, Track 1, Solo Ensemble 2, Homecoming Attendant 4. Ken Douglas Richer — (P.F.) Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Concert Band senior index 1491, Marching Band 1, The Company 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Bluestreak Staff 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Class Vice President 2, Solosist — Gong Show — 1, 3. Julie A. Riegsecker — Class Historian 4. Terry L. Roebl — FFA 1, 2, 3, Industrial Arts 1. Kathy Jean Roth — Kent Eugene Roth — (Pee-wee) Acappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4. Lane Lowell Roth — Troy Allen Roth — (Bag) Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, NHS 3,4, Student Council 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, JV Football 2, Varsity Wrestling 3, 4, Mini Institute 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4. Thomas P. Ruffer — (“T”-Roof) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Bluestreak Staff 2, 3, Industrial Arts 1, 3, 4, Golf 3, Bible Study 3, 4. Brenda Marlene Rychener — Acappella Choir 3,4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Bluestreak Staff 3, Elementary Helper 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation 2. JV Volleyball 1, 2. Matthew J. Schroeder — Lynn L. Seiler — Acappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Fo-lies 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Football Cheerleader 1, Softball Stats. 2, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, Elementary Helper 4, All County Choir 2. Renee Denise Seiler — (Reenie) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, JV Volleyball 1, 2, JV Basketball 1, Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3. LeAnna Sharps — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Cheerleader 4, Basketball Cheerleader 3, 4, Mini Institute 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 3. Bradley Allen Short — (Shaffee) Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman CHoir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Industrial Arts 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, Varsity Basketball 4, JV Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Jodi Lynne Short — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Marching Band 3,4, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4, JV Volleyball 1, 2, Basketball Cheerleader 1,3,4, Track 1, 2, Solo Ensemble 1, Elementary Helper 1, 2, Majorette 3, 4, Mini Institute 4. Tim A. Short — Acappella Choir 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Marching Band 1, Blue Gold Staff 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Solo Ensemble 1, Reporter, Treasurer of FFA 3, 4. Deborah Sue Smith — (Doobie) FHA 1; 2, Student Council 3, 4, Elementary Helper 1, 2, Class Secretary 4, O.O.E.A. member 3, 4. Troy Nolan Stahl — (“T.S.”) Freshman Choir 1, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Bluestreak Staff 3, Industrial Arts 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Freshman Basketball 1, J V Basketball 2, Track 4, Varsity A Club 4, Elementary ISO senior indexHelper 3, Athletic Trainer 3, Freshman Football I, Gong Show 3. Jay E. Stuckey — Rippei Tomono — Patrick John Trejo — Thomas Frey Ulrich — (Frank) Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, Industrial Arts 1, Freshman Football 1, Cross Country 3, Varsity Wrestling 4, JV Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Mini Institute 1, 2, Mini Institute Counselor 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Gary Dean Waidelich — FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. Thomas Allen Walker — (Walk) Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, 4, Bluestreak Staff 3, Blue Gold Staff 4, Industrial Arts 1, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Student Council 3, VArsity Football 2, 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, JV Basketball 2, Track 1, 2, 3,4, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Boys State 3, Elementary Helper 3, Homecoming Escort 1, Varsity A Club President 4, FreshmanFootball 1, All-Ohio Football 3, 4, State Track 3, Gong Show 3. Jacqueline Sue Weber — (Jack) Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Blue GOId Staff 4, Varsity Volleyball 3, 4, JV Volleyball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, JV Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Track 1, 2, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Elementary Helper 4. Dawn Marie Welke — ACappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2,3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, FHA 1, 2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Football Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Cross Country 3, Basketball Cheerleader 1,3,4, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary Helper 2. Ronnie L. Wells — Freshman Choir 1, Industrial Arts 1, Elementary Helper 4. Tammera Sue Wilson —(Tameri) Acappella Choir3,4, Mixed Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Pep Club 1, 2, NHS 3, 4, Girls State 3, Matmaid 1, 2, Wrestling Statistician 3, 4. Linda Kay Wyse — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 3, Musical 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 3, Jr. Sr. Play Student Director 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 3, FHA President 4, JV Basketball 1, Girls State Alternate 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4. Norma Joy Wyse — Acappella Choir 2, 3, 4,Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, The Company 3,4, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Blue Gold Staff 4, Student Council 1, 4, Softball 1, Solo Ensemble 1, 3, Mini Institute 2, 4, Homecoming Attendant 1, FFA Sweetheart 4. Robert W. Wyse — Industrial Arts 1, 2, Four County Small Engines 3, 4. LamontM. Yoder — Acappella Choir 2,3,4, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2,4, Follies 3, Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, The Company 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble I, 2, All County Band 1, 2, Choir Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4. Karen Jo Ziegler — Acappella Choir 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Freshman Choir 1, Musical 2, 4, Follies 3, Jr. Sr. Play 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls State 3, Elementary Helper 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball Statician 4. senior index 151To Everyone At A.H.S. Be Thankful You Live In A Country Where Freedom Is Not Talked About, It Is Practiced. .ft.Strive To Reach Your Goals, But Don’t Forget About Your Friends.We Love You And Will Miss You!AUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHS


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