Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1985

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A. PEP CLUB-HOLDING COMPUTER KEYBOARD:JerrySmith1121,andJohnParagas 1121. ROW 1: Karla Gil6ert191, Leslie Rodabaugh 1101, Dee Dee Dalpiaz 191, Mr. Tim, Gutfleisch - coordinator, Tim Butler 1121 - officer, Phil Stuva 1121 - officer, and Brian Ragland 1121. ROW 2: Felicia White 191, Michelle Reiner 1121, Dina Stegner 1101, Mike Miller 1121 - officer, Dave Schrader 1121, and Robert Meek 1121 - officer. ROW 3: Dwight Stegner 1111 - officer, Brad Hartel 1121, Tim Carroll 1121, Larry Hook 1111, Eric Anderson 1121, and Gary Gilbert 1121. Pep Club Adds New Spirit To Activities Adding a little zainey excitement to games was the newly formed Pep Club under the direction of Mr. Tim Gutleisch. The members made posters, had a dance, worked on assemblies, formed a Kazoo band and generally supported teams at the games. They also sold pep shirts and hats. Without the dedication of the Pep Band members basketball games would be very quiet affairs. The Pep Band supported the teams, and added to the excitement by providing music for the rally activities. B. Lan Tran 1121 and Hao Tran 1121 were named the Most Valuable players for Tennis, O. When school was out, the workmen immediately began removing the Faculty Lounge and Mr. Payne's office to make ready for the proposed remodeling of the area into additional science rooms. D. Mr. Paul Benninghoff hands Mr. Jim Reynolds a certificate at the annual teacher's banquet, The drawing teacher will not be retuming next year. He also was the coordinator of the Engineer Contest.

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- -"' . - .. Wt 7. it is f 1. w: QLLA-- 1 X it ,. 4 - sl LAA' .:,.,' Q W' if N. , ,. 48: l 5 -: , ,. .mu . t .Tk JV Girls Reach Out For Season BB Goal The J.V. Girl's Basketball team opened the season with a 47 to 28 loss to Marshall high school. Throughout the season Benson girls had dry spots as well as hot spots. Crystal Hanson 191 was one of the smallest players on the team but also one of the best players. She was the point guard on the team and provided incentive by making the team talk it up. Felicia Kline 191 was also a key player as the power forward who brought down all of the rebounds. She performed well enough to play on the varsity team as well as on the JV team. Michelle James 191 was a great help to the team with her consistent jump shot. In the game against Jefferson high school both teams struggled until the last minutes when Benson's team finally started to pull off with a pair of lay-ups by Felicia Kline. A. GIRLS' J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM: Diane Paulsen 191, Sonya Wilson 191, Felicia Kline 191, Coach Ben Markin, Oshannah Gillis 191,' Rustina Owenby 191, Michelle James 191, and Crystal Hanson 191. B. Coach Markin and team huddle for instructions. Page 161



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is A. Melvin Jones, 853, puts a lot of concentration into a shot. B. FRESHMEN BOY'S TEAM - KNEELING: Greg Montijo, Jason Ruuttila, James Johnson, Anthony Sherman, and Alfonzo Moore. ROW 2: Shawn Saucier, Matt Asay, Melvin Jones, Paul Green, Jack Bee, and Stevie Harris. ROW 3: Ricky Faison, Tom Schell, Guy Nelson, George Runyon, and Coach Phil Gray. C. Matt Asay. 845, goes high for a basket. . . ,, .,k ,,,, S .1 S P LF' :I, :, Coach Phil Gray Stresses Teamwork The Freshman Basketball team coached by Mr. Phil Gray played a seventeen game schedule. They tallied a 10-7 record. Most Valuable Player Award went to Matt Asay. Freshman basketball gives players a chance to compete against increased competition and to tone skills learned in middle school. New techniques were learned and the value of team work stressed. Coach Gray who is the son of Coach Dick Gray, is a student at PSU and was a player at Chaminade in Honolulu, Hawaii. STATISTICS Benson - 50 David Douglas - 58 BENSON 53 Cleveland - '43 Benson 57 Grant - 83 BENSON 62 Marshall 50 BENSON 80 Jefferson 72 Benson 67 Madison 82 Benson 78 Wilson 81 Benson 50 Lincoln 62 BENSON 64 Cleveland 39 Benson 66 Grant -102 BENSON 71 Marshall 66 BENSON 65 Franklin 40 Benson 69 Jefferson 76 BENSON 72 Madison - 64 BENSON 64 Wilson - 59 BENSON 62 Lincoln - 54 BENSON 98 Roosevelt - 64 Franklin game cancelled Page 163

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