Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

 - Class of 1987

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TIGER TIGER TIGER TIGER TIGER TIGER TIGER TIGER 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 145 West Street EDWARDSVILLE, IL 62025 VOLUME 74GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 EDWARDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL I MOST OF US WILL NEVER DO GREAT THINGS ] BUT WE CAN DO SMALL THINGS IN A GREAT WAY l GER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 ’T'C TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1 1 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 9 17 7f 87 105 119 'ZScMuveea 129 131 Sfunte 145 193 Sr. s4ctioitie 225 245 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 3IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 The old adage that time flies when we’re having fun sure applies to this year!! It was pretty fun — what with the bomb threats (all three of them!), the assemblies, the dances, the classes (study hall was obviously the best!), the friends, and even some of the teachers were pretty cool! Not to mention the parties! Did we say parties?? So sorry, we meant BASHES both in school and out! The Seniors really knew how to party — for instance: wearing togas on Senior Class Picture Day. The Juniors were partying at graduation when they became big Seniors. The Sophomores were learning how to party during Spirit Week in October when they won the Most Spirited (but only because of Senior Class Picture Day). The Freshmen partied in a poetic style when the winners of the annual poetry contest were announced, and all three winners were Freshmen!! Even with the negative aspects of this year — homework, tests, finals, Iowa Basics, SATs, ACTs, term papers, cafeteria food, etc ..., the 1986-1987 school year was pretty great!!! 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MOVIE TICKET..... CANDY BAR........ MINIMUM WAGE..... SODA............. SCHOOL GAME TICKET. PACK OF GUM...... BASEBALL TICKET.. GUESS JEANS...... LARGE PIZZA...... PERM............. HAIRCUT.......... SCULPTURED NAILS . . . TACO............. SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE YUGO............. BLIZZARD......... TIGER YEARBOOK... FOOTBALL TICKET .... TANNING SPA VISIT . . . TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19i TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 191TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 LIST ...............$8.99 ..............$17.50 ................$.89 ...............$1.35 .............$20.00 ...............$1.49 ...............$4.50 ................$.45 ...............$3.35 ................$.50 ...............$1.50 ................$.45 ...............$9.50 ..............$40.00 ..............$12.75 ..............$35.00 ..............$15.00 ..............$35.00 ................$.79 ...............$1.50 ............$3990.00 ...............$1.49 ..............$15.00 .............$16.00 ...............$7.00 FORENZA SWEATERS DRUNK DRIVING LONG SKIRTS VIDEO GAMES HI-TOPS FLUORESCENT CLOTHES SPIKE HEELS HAWAIIAN SHIRTS CLASS OF ’86 TIGER '987TIGER 1987TIGER I987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER I987TIGER 1987 TIGER T-87TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER I987TIGER 1987TIGER I987TIGER 1987THE 1987 TIGER YEARBOOK IS IN THE MEMORY OF MR. MARK RENKEN deceased July 8, 198611C.LK 1V87 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I1GER1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER FACULTYDistrict 7 Administrative Staff Mr. Roy Olive Superintendent of Schools MHNMUnfki Mr. Rue Foe Assistant Superintendent Mr. John Novotny Director of Personnel Mr. Robert Stuart Director of Instruction Board of Education President: Roland Nelson Secretary: Susan Welch Jane Delaney Jackie Eadie Bruce Hoffman Gene Vanek Rudy Wilson 7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987’ I TIGER 1987 11 i m vj:yit • m q 1.9: ii • m a ii I m a ■ m a tf tci si I w 3)vi.]Mr. Robert Gregor Assistant Principal Mrs. Carol McCormack Assistant Principal Mr. George Halsey Principal Mr. Richard Ford E.H.S. Administrative Staff Mrs. Jane Westerhold Activities Director Director of Student Support Services Secretarial Staff j i j Geraldine Burian Linda Bums Jenell Emrich ", m $ Nancy Gebhart Charon Hudson Linda Leady Kathi Shannon Amelia Werden ER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987T1GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIC ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER {, TIC ER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987T1GER 1987TIGER 1987 TICApplied Arts Pat Price Sherry Skelton Eugene Vallino Doris Donald Dillow Dakenbring Business Bill (Tollman Dave Cooper Jesse Joiner Carolyn Kuethe Norman Reuscher 1 ‘ J. Health Nurse Detention Supervisor Pamela Cook Delores Day Diane Gebhardt Anne Gregor Martha Hanson Elizabeth Kasten Craig Louer George Salovich Judith Verseman ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIC ER 12 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIC Counselors Charles Finley Pat Johannes Daniel Oberle Richard Pilney James Tilashalski English Barb Ellebract Sandee Harmon Chris Head Sharon Jackson Ann Jacox Ernestine Nathan JackOtt Jacqueline Rader Jessie Shashack Peg Spellman Dianne Williams Physical Education William Mary Kay Hyten Emily Monika Sharon Petty Warren Stalhut Trudy Stilwell Funkhouser R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER I987TIG1 :R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER ,3TIG1 i mm imati imtl II'm Uwqll M ■ m a lilirii i ffl a UlMI M W a 11 Hl!»l D a IMathematics Jack Elam Elliott French James Hindelang Mary Lancaster Robert Jenkins Linda Powell Peg Schultheis DanSuess Vicki Summers Gary Winkle Special Education Stephen Heal Janet Highlander Bemece Johnson Patricia Penelton Joe Symanski Ten Tarquino MEDIA SPECIALIST AIDES MEDIA CLERK James Jackson Bonita Elmore Lee Long Patsy Smith Gail Hann JER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T 3ER 14 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T 3ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TBill Nunes Winston Brown John Dean Tom Pile Paul Fuchs Dee Regna Jack McCarty Greg Wolk Social Studies V V CUSTODIAL STAFF HEAD CUSTODIAN: Jerry Weiler Joseph Aubrecht Esther Buehler Greg Bunt Vernon Carter GaryHeidemann Leonard Johnson Darrel Miller Robert Thompson Michael Utechtt Harold Williams Humanities Gerald Bradley Richard Dennis DeToye Bonnie Enos Dempsey Leilani Garrett Lea Mainer James Richmond Richard Rogers I H:Mi i rrld:ai T:¥A u frl: 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 937TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER Sciences Gerald Baker Rebecca Beal Lee Bollinger Michelle Colew Gayle Day Foreign Language Cathy Bohnak Francis Dwyer Bill Miester Thomas River CAFETERIA WORKERS HEAD COOK: Elisabeth Arth Barbara Dippold Carolyn Lautner Patricia Martin Tina O’Dell Shirley Orman Barbara Peterson Violet Rood Marilyn Tenllado Marian Utechtt Mary Ann Marion Winifred Russell Thompson Woodard 1GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER ,6 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TGER1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TGER 1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER CD IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 2 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 HH 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER O TGER 1987 TIGER 1987 W 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER CZ3 TGER 1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TGER 1987 TIGER 1987 The senior year is our last chance to be children, to be truly spontaneous — because from now on we must work and sweat for everything ... We must face reality, the real world, the big picture! All of which have terrible, dreamcrushing fangs — yeah, right! High School was the hard part! After graduation, we will be presented with, not the fangs of reality but something worse — freedom. We’ll be able to become ourselves; to choose a path and follow it, to stumble on that path and begin again without fear of displeasing anyone except ourselves. We’re seniors; we’re: partying, studying, worrying about getting into college (let alone getting out of it), having fun, finding out who we are, suffering senioritis, loud, obnoxious and creative. We were designed to be energetic and slightly explosive creatures, and the class of 1987 definitely is! 18Brien Bowers Computer Club 3 Computer Team 4Dana Brase Marshall Brase Ernel Branson Christopher Brammier Dawn Brase Larry Brown Baseball 1 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 3Andrew Burns Janies Busch Andrew Byron Patrick M. Burns Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 Baseball 1,2,3 Student Council I Todd Barton Kimberly C alhoun Attendance Office Worker 3 Art Seminar 4 Wendy J. Campbell Drama Club 1,2, 3, 4 S.I.T. 1 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 2 Intramural Softball IDana Cover Richard Crabtree Stuart N. Dabbs Soccer 1 Wrestling 1,2, 3 John Dean Christine Cusick JV Basketball Rob Deconcini Kevin Cox Tammy Dalhaus Office Occupations Guidance Office Worker 25Liza Decoteau NHS 3, 4 Drum Major 3, 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 3. 4 Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District 2, 3, 4 All-State 4 Who’s Who 3. 4 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3,4 Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4 Principal Chair All-District 4 Joe Divine Football 1,3,4 Steve Donelson Tamara J. Dorsey Girls Basketball 1,2, 3. 4 Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2 Student Council 4 Marching Band 1,2 Concert Band 1,2 Drama Club 1Alicia Suzzett Eaker Bill Eadie Stage Band 2, 3 SADI) Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4 Model UN Student Council French Club, Sgt. at Arms Shelli L. Eden Diane Elfrink Drama Club 1.2, 3. 4 Thespians 3, 4 French Club 2. 3, 4 Intramural Volleyball 4 A Cappella 2, 3, 4Thomas R. Faylollat Soccer 1,2, 3.4 Baseball 1.2. 3,4 Homecoming Court I, 4 All-Metro and Sectional Honors in Soccer 3, 4 Prom King 4 Jenny Felchlin Volleyball 1 Cheerleading Bleacher Bums Paula Felchlin Volleyball I Cheerleading 4 David A. FelkerCarrie Nadine Fisher Student Council 1.2 Treasurer 3 4 VP (K.DSC VP. Liaison 4) Math Team 3. 4 NHS3.4; VP Computer Team 2. 3. 4 Yearbook 4 French Club 2. 3. 4 Model UN 4 CAD Pep Club 1 Student Senator 4 Scott .1. Klorini Golf 1,2. 3.4 Class President 2, 4 Cathleen H. Forsting Yearbook 1.2, 3 Pep Club 2 French Club 3 N1IS 3.4 Who's W ho Tammi Fraley Office Occupations Debra Lynn Funkhouser Mark Alan Frey Drama Club 2, 3 Stage Mgr. 4 Thespians 2, 3. 4 Scribe French Club 1, 2. 3, 4 (President 3, 4) NHS3.4 Student Council 1 National Merit Commended Scholar 4 Linda Frisse German Club 1.2, 3. 4 President Student Council 2, 3 SADD3.4 Literary Magazine 2. 4 Who’s Who National Merit Semi-Finalist E Drama Club 1.2. 3. 4 President Thespians 2, 3 •i Historian 4 Student Council 2. 3 Scribe 4 French Club 3, 4 Model UN 4 Stage Band 4 SJbjjfiS Cross Country 1 A Cappclla 3 All-District Choir 3 §jC. • ’ All-State Theater 4 NHS3.4 Student Senate 4Ian Gibbons Vince Geronimo Baseball 2 Art Seminar 4 Bleacher Bums 4 Student Council 4 Model UN 1,2, 3.4 Student Venture 3, 4 French Club 1,2 Literary Magazine 1, 2 Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4 Gail L. Gieseking Pattie L. Gillham Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4 Band I, 2 Flags 2 Homecoming Court 3 Pep club 2, 3, 4 Art Seminar 4 Misty D. Gillmore Tim Glover Wrestling 1,2Lisa Grezlak Chcerlcading 1,2, 3, 4 Senior Class Trcasurer Homecoming Court 3, Queen Candidate 4 Who’s Who Student Council 1,2, 3 French Club 1, 2 Pep Club 1,2,3 Michael L. Grist Football Baseball Shawn Suzette Grubb Drama Club 1,2, 3, 4 Thespians 1,2, 3,4 Student Council 1 Yearbook 1 NHS 3.4 French Club 3, 4 Who’s Who National Merit Commended Scholar 4 $ Jeff R. Guerra Literary Magazine Kari Gullicksrud Mixed Chorus 1 A Cappella 2, 4 Cheerleading I, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 4 Newspaper 4 Pep Club 1,2. 3 Student Council 2 Spanish Club 2, 3 Beth E. Gusewelle Golf 1,2, 3,4 State all four years, 2nd place senior year as team Student Council 1.2, 3, 4 NHS 3,4 Cheron Renee Guyton French Club 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Who’s Who Art Seminar 4 Dale S. Hadley 31Kent Hagemann Track 4 Yvette Hairston Volleyball I Who’s Who Basketball 1 Student Council 1.3, 4 Pom Pons 3, 4 French Club 4 Yearbook 4 I esley Hangsleben I .aura Hamilton Greg Hann Student Council I Math Team 3 NHS3.4 Homecoming Court 2 Who’s Who Lewis J. Haines Jackie Hamilton Student Council 1 SADD 2, 3 Basketball I Drama Club 1.2, 3 Art Seminar 4 German Club 1,2, 3 Save the Whales 4 Priscilla A. HammonYearbook I, Bus. Mgr. 2, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4 Student C ouncil 1.2, 3, 4 NHS3.4 Who’s Who French Club 3, 4 Orchestra I Treasurer Intramurals 1 E'vilic Spirits 1 Student Senate 4 Model UN 1 K.DSC Liaison 4 Charles G. Havens Dallas Haynes Sophomore Football Manager 2 Art Seminar 4 Gina 1. Heater Clay Hanvey Golf 1.2, 3 0.0.4 Jane Mitchell Harper Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1,2 Spanish Club 3, 4 SADD2.3 Pep Club 1 Kimberly A. Harrick Basketball I Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 Softball 3, 4 Intramurals 2, 3 Art Seminar 4 Betty J. Hartzel Deborah Harris NHS3.4 Who’s Who Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Symphonic Band 1.2, 3,4 Stage Band Vocalist 4 Jazz Choir 2 Drama Club 1,2, 3, 4 A Cappella 3, President 4 All-State Choir 3 11-State Choir 3 All-State Soloist 3,4 French Club 3, VP 4 33Julie A. Hellmann Amy A. Hill Football 1 German Club Drama Club Student Senate Who’s Who Homecoming Master of Ceremonies 4 1986 Soviet Union Tour Sara Hepler Golf 1,2, 3, 4 Captain 3,4 MVP 3, 4 Basketball 1 Track 1 Cross Country 1 Student Council 3, 4 Tiger Voice 3 Pep Club Student Council 3, 4 President 4 Who’s Who Field Hockey 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Edward Hess Football 1,2, 3,4 Captain 4 Wrestling 1,3, 4, 4 National Honor Society Matt Hillman Susan Ilolderread Kenneth G. Huddleston Drama Club 3, 4 Thespian 3, 4 Literary Magazine 4 Model U.N. 4 Debra Ann Horvath Mixed Chorus 4 Tiger Voice 4 Girl’s Basketball 2, 3. 4 Football 1,2, 3. 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1 Bob Horton Lanatte Sue Holley Chorus 2, 3, 4 Jackie Jeffers Track 2 Spanish Club 3, 4 Art SeminarDrake Kaase Art Seminar Pep Club Laura Kerkemeyer Volleyball 1 Concert Band 1 Symphonic Band 2, 3,4 Flag Corps 3, 4 Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Office Occupations 4 Rick Alan Kibort Glenn Kidd Sandra Kimm Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Who’s Who National Merit Semifinalist Math Team 1. 2, 3, 4 French Club 2 National Honor Society 3,4 IASC President 4Lori Kuether Basketball I Spanish Club 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Christopher W. Kyro Student Council 1 Spanish Club 2, 3 Who’s Who Jets Team 4 Illinois State Scholar Angela Lynn Landers Jon Philip Leady Anita M. Lebro Volleyball 1 Basketball I S.A.D.D. 2,3 Softball 3 Nurse’s Aide 2 Patricia Ann LaRue S.A.D.D. 3 Student Venture 2 Girls Track Manager 1, 2, 3.4 Boys Track Manager 2, 3,4 Cross Country Manager 2 39Amy T. Lynn Lesley G. Loyd Mick Luster Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4 Basketball 1,2 Class Vice Pres. 3, 4 National Honor Society Who’s Who Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Homecoming Court 1, 4 Basketball Time Keeper 3,4 William P. Macdonald Computer Club 1,2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Symphonic Band 3, 4 Cathie A. Lee Field Hockey 1,3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Art Seminar S.A.D.D. 2 Kelly S. Lodwig David T. Loge Michael Patrick Long Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4Bill Markowitz Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3,4 Lori L. Marks Yearbook Staff 1 Flag Corps 2 Pep Club 1 Pom Pons 3, 4 Art Seminar Tatiana Martinez Spanish Club 2 Drama Club 2 National Honor Society 3,4 Pep Club 3 Student Council 4 Art Seminar Anne MattaMonica McCarthy Tennis 3, 4 Student Council 1. 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4 National Honor Society 3,4 Who's Who Julia MeCleland Cheerleading 1,2 Pom Pons 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2, 3 National Honor Society • 3.4 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 All-District 3 All-State 3 Robert E. McClellan Darla McCoy Nurses Aide 2 Attendance 3 Art SeminarBeth Ellen Meyer Pom-Pons 2, 3, 4 Acapella 2, 3,4 Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Daniel Meyer Football 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 Gerald W. Meyer S.A.D.D. 1 Student Council 1 Football 1 Track 1,2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Math Team 3, 4 National Honor Society 4Jody Michlitsch Suzanne Michel Student Venture 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Pep Club 1 Yearbook Staff 2 Drama Club 2, 3 S.A.D.D. 2 Student Council 2 Homecoming Parade 3, 4 Art Seminar Michael T. Mick Melanie Rae Milton Marching Band 1, 2 Symphonic Band 1, 2 Stage Band 1 Drama Club 2 Pep Band 1,2 Pep Club 3, 4 Rita Monroe Office Occupations Teresa M. Montague Kelly Moore Kristin Elizabeth Moore Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concert Band 1 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Flag Corps 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 44Patrick Morrison Matthew R. Mueller Robert E. Murphy James Musch Pep Club 1, 2 Cross Country 4 Track 4 Kristiane Naegler Marching Band 1,2, 3 Symphonic Band 1,2, 3 Golf 1,2, 3 National Honor Society 3.4 Who's Who Math Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Symphonic Band 1,2, 3.4 Jazz Band 1,2, 3, 4 All-District Jazz 4 All-District 3, 4 All-County 1,2, 3, 4 Karen Mueggenburg Yearbook Staff 3 Office Occupations 4 Art Seminar Susan Marie Mosby Tim Morris Golf Team 2, 3Ann Marie Notter Concert Band 1 Marching Band I Pep Band 1 Office Occupations Treasurer 4 Gary Niemeier Football 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1,2 Michele Noto Band 1,2, 3 Rag Corps 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2 Office Occupations Secretary 4 William J. Noud IV Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4 Football 1,2 Track 1 Steve Ohren Band 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4 T rack 4 Carla M. Opel Beth Null Marching Band 1,2 Symphonic Band 1, 2 Volleyball 1 Cheerleading 2 Clark H. Oberlog ' , ii A, i for n £ 1 V' Scott A. Paur Football 1,4 Track 3 Homecoming Court 4 Darlene Parham Teresa Paddock Student Council 1,2 Kenneth D. PattersonJulian Rey Ben A. Richards Football 1.2, 3, 4 Wrestling 1.2, 3 Math Team 2, 3, 4Rhonda Sue Schaakc Band 1,2, 3, 4 Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 All District 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1,2. 3, 4 German Club 4 Melissa Schaefer Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Volleyball 4 National Honor Society Who’s Who Esta Valery Saverson Track 1,2, 3, 4 Cross Country 4 Cheerleading 1 Edwin Leroy Sawyer Chris A. Scheibal Thomas C. Scheihal Sherri L. Schafer Marching Band 1,2, 3 Flag Corps 2, 3 Concert Band 1,2 Softball 2, 3,4 Cheerleading 2,4 Office Occupations Treasurer 4 Pep Band 1,2Kelly Schmitt Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 Concert Band 1, 2 Symphonic Band 3, 4 Solo and Ensemble 3, 4 Angela Schlueter Art Seminar 4 Track 1 Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4 Stage Band 3, 4 Symphonic Band 1,2, 3,4 All-District 2, 3, 4 All-State 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Student Senate 3 Lee E. Schreiber Todd Schmidt Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 52Bryan K. Scroggins Michele Shaheen Drama Club 1,2, 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4 French Club 1,2, 3, 4 Tiger Voice 3, 4 Managing Editor 4 Yearbook Staff 2 Who’s Who Acappella 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3Karen Sue Sisson Alisa Renee Sims Marching Band 1.2 Concert Band 1,2 Pom-Pons 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Pep Club 1,2 Office Occupations Shelly Lynn Sisson Julie Ann Slemer Volleyball 1,2, 3,4 Athlete of the Week Captain Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 Captain Softball 3 Vicki Lynn Sittner Keith I e Skaer Stacy Skaer Jennifer E. Smith Basketball Manager 1 Softball 1.2, 3,4 S.A.D.D. 2. 3,4 Field Hockey 4 Art Seminar Creative Writing 54Melissa Anne Stevenson Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 4 Who’s Who 3, 4 Track Stats 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 3 Susan Stille Volleyball 1,2, 3 Basketball 1 Eric William Stoces Janet L. StofT Marching Band 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 4Ann Rachel Symanski Tennis 1,2, 3, 4 French Club 1,2, 3, 4 S.A.D.D. 2 Yearbook Staff 4 56Ronnie Thorp Mixed Chorus I A-Cappella 2, 3, 4 Jeff T urner Noble R. Thompson Jeff Allan Tripp Jennifer Dawn Therien Tennis 2, 3, 4 Student Council I, 2 Who’s Who 3, 4 Raymond L. Irebing Christina Ann Tretter French Club 1,2, 3,4 Tennis 1 Brian T. Tutka  - Laura Wegrzyn Tennis 2, 3, 4 Tiger Voice 3, 4 Spanish Club 1 Craig W atson Wrestling 1 Marching Band 1 ComputerTcam 1, 2, 3, 4 Travia D. Watts Dan Werner Model U.N. 2, 3, 4 Computer Club 1, 2 Computer Team 4 Michele West Office Occupations Pep Club 1 June Weber Spanish Club 1,2, 4 Scott A. Weber Michael VVeissman Office Worker 1, 2 D.E.C.A. 1 Pep Club 1,2, 3 Marching Band 1,2. 3Patricia Evett Wilson Marching Band 1 Pep Club 1,2 Track 1,2 Office Occupations President Paul Williams Student Senate 3. 4, Cross Country 2 Tiger Spirit Award Track 3 Tiger Voice 1,2, 3, 4 Literary Magazine 2 Art Seminar Edwardsville Intelligencer Cartoonist Spanish Club 1 Carlos J. Wilson Football 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Matthew J. Wiemers 60 Becky Winkler Dayle Ann Womack S.A.D.D. 2, 3 Student Council 2, 3 D.E.C.A. 4 Treasurer 4 Tiger Voice 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Literary Magazine 2, 3 Catherine Ann Wing Chorus 1 Boy’s Track Manager 2 Spanish Club A-Cappella 2 Pep Club 1, 2 Amy Lynn W'itschie Office Worker 4 Softball 3 Spanish Club 2, 3 Pep Club 3, 4 Joel David Wood Windy Lynn Winfield Basketball I, 2 Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 Softball 1,2, 3,4 Lynn Michele Wisnasky Pep Club 1,2, 3 Pom-Pons 2, 3 N.H.S. 3,4 Student Council 1,2, 3, 4 hermit Winslow D.E.C.A. 2 Pamela Louise Yehling Spanish Club 1,2, 3 Track 2 Art Seminar Creative Writing 3, 4 62Diego Alonso-Lasheras Thomas James Zupanci Frosh Class Pres. Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4 Golf 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Baseball 2 Student Council 1, 2 S.A.D.D. 1,2 Drama Club 4 Chess Club 4 Model U.N. 4 French Club 4 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1987! YOU’RE THE BEST!SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Row 1: Lisa Grezlak; Treasurer; Scott Florini, President. Row 2: Robyn Vanck, Secretary; Amy Lynn; Vice President. NOT PICTURED Alisa A. Adair Alton Lewis Sheila R. Ashburn Ronald Long Rhonda Beetner Dale Madison Lance Belt Milford Marshall Betty Elenor Bowles Sandra Leigh McCord Portia Renee Brown Darrell Joseph Meek Deron Glenn Burrus Tina M. Meyer Kevin Lee Chartrand Steven M. Miller Dean Anthony Corgiat Daniel E. Nelson Lisa Renee Corl Jami P. Nolen Brian C. Debolt Todd A. O’Laughlin Richard B. Delgado David S. Peel Kevin A. Estrada Timothy J. Peters Bonita M. Flor William F. Piggot Alena L. Hall Carrie E. Pomeroy Ronald E. Hartmann Scott Reynolds Debbie R. Hawkins Rhonda Lynn Rinaldi Christopher E. Henke Kirsti J. Rogers Kurt Hofmann Jon Eric Sample Alonza Hogan Ramona L. Sheppard Tiffany Howard John Jeffery Singler Trevor Allan Hubbard Donald Stark Jamal K. Jackson Robert C. Stoces Rohan Corley Johnson Lisa M. Telford Michael Kampman Charles W. Wallace Darrell Alan King Johnny Eugene Warren Shelley Mae Kinsey Lester Lloyd Welburn Gregory M. Knect Andrew Woods 65It seems impossible that four years ago we started high school as timid, little freshmen. We thought that year would last forever! Most of us did manage to find our classes and lockers though, with a few exceptions. Our class showed a lot of individuality from the start as we sponsored nacho sales and aerobics classes to raise money. Little by little we became more involved until ... finally we became Sophomores. .We were more confident about participating in school activities and more confident about ourselves as we were led by our class officers Scott Florini, Karla McDaniel, Robyn Vanek, and Laura Grezlak. Our Junior year marked the beginning of our “Upperclassmen” years. We had finally earned the right to drive to school and we took on the challenge of parking in Idlewood — an adventure in itself! That year held a lot of memories, both good and bad, as EHS, along with the rest of the nation, mourned the deaths of the seven crew members of the Space Shuttle Challenger. At last we became SENIORS!!! We quickly established a reputation during spirit week with TOGA '87 claiming “If the Styles’s too bold, then you’re too old.” Next we went on to win our Homecoming game after a wetter than wet parade. At coronation Amy Lynn and Dan Farmer were crowned Queen and King as we all wished we could capture “Time in a Bottle” to hold forever.The year seemed to fly by after that, and it was soon time for first semester finals and report cards. If we were worried then, it didn’t last long because Senioritis set in with full force. Spring was fast approaching. It was time to make plans for Spring Break and Prom. Prom was definitely a “Time to Remember” as Beth Riley and Tom Fayollat were chosen Queen and King for 1987. Before we knew it we were having our Senior Breakfast in the cafeteria, complete with a very entertaining video, followed by Graduation rehearsal in the gym. Then the day finally arrived. After four memorable years of EHS, the Class of 1987 was graduated on June 5, 1987. We were the first class to behold commencement at the S1UE Vadalabene Center. The gym was packed to the rafters as the graduates waited patiently while more chairs were brought out to accommodate late comers. Finally we received our diplomas after speeches from Scott Florini, our class President, and Sandra Kim, our Valedictorian. As we crossed the stage we realized that we had made it! Although it might be along time before we see some of our classmates again, we’ll never forget any of the crazy times we shared at EHS. Years from now we’ll look back and remember all of the friends and great times, and we’ll feel proud to have been a part of the Class of 1987. SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 68AUTOGRAPHS oriGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER HGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER C-i riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 d [987 TIGER 1987 TIGER V—H V riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 HH 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER O HGER1987 TIGER 1987 50 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER HGER 1987 TIGER 1987 wIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 President Ronald Ho; Secretary — Shelly Bares; Not Pictured: Vice President — Mary Morrison and Treasurer — Amy HartAndrea Abram Beth Alford Jim Anderson Chris Anderson Chris Andres Tona Arth Shawn Atkins Rebecca Aurelio John Bailey Tammy Ballard Laurel Barber Shelly Bares Dana Barnard Michael Barnard Kara Barton Kellie Bauman Monica Bautsch Jennifer Baxter Cynthia Bell Jim Bell Bryan Belt Rachel Bench Dina Bender JefTBcrdick Jerry Biclicke Kim Bigham Laura Bird Tammy Bizillion Tarron Blackwell Angela Bleier TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GE 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE3ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 11 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 3ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER Suzanne Boehm Craig Bollman Shelly Bollman Collette Boyd William Boyd Deanna Brase Jerry Bratten Jason Brewer Linda Brewster Kevin Bundy Seth Burgett Tammy Burnett Gary Burns Nathaniel Byrd Barbie Byron Sandy Camplain Jimmy Cannon Eric Carlson Michael Chapman David Clarkin Shenae Clayton Lori Clayton Julie Clow Kort Cole Michael Coleman Michael Cralley Mark Crane Tim Cummings Sheila CusickTammy Edgeworth Michael Ellinger Aaron Ellis Candace Farrel Katherine Ferguson Matt Fields TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE Elaine Denny Matthew Dcnue Eric Dettmer Anne Dickman Deeta Donald Jenny Doniff Shawn Davis Barbie Dean Kirsten Decker Craig DeConcini Larry DeConcini Angela Diest Dennis Doolen Shawn Doolin Troy Dorman Connie Drew Mark Dunmgan Cara Eden Nancy Cutler Jeffry Cuvar Rachel Darnell Marie Damis Katie Davidson Norma DavisTanya Fischer Patrick Foege Steven Fox Wayne Frazer Geoffrey Freymuth Natalie Fritsche Crystal Fultz Rick Funke Matthew Galli Michelle Garde James Gardiner Douglas Gilbert Lauren Gonzalez Rhonda Graham Lori Green Richard Greenhill David Gregory Gina Grieser Clay Guscwcllc Karen Haag Mark Hack Jennifer Hackett Tammy Hacking Atiya Hakeem Philip Hamil Aimee Hamilton Pamela Hamilton Alan Harbcrs Julie Harlan jER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER !7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 jER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGERMichael Harris David Harsh Amy Hart Stephen Hartman Jacki Hartzel Kimberly Hawk Karla Hoffman Lynette Hollowich Paul Hombergcr Edward Horton TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 191 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE Sonny Hayden Jennifer Hays Jason Head Kristine Hedger Gary Heifer Jeff Helle Shawn Hcllinger Robert Helms Tammy Henry Janis Hanson Mark Herman Amy Hess Wendy Higgins Blake Hilla Bill Hindman Michelle Hinton Ronald Ho Timothy Hoffman Jerry Holt Chris HoneckShanon Horvath Christopher Hosto Martez Hudson Greg Heune Jason Hughs Cole Hunter John Hutson Monica Hutter Bonita Hyde Martin Ihr Tara Impennachio Eric Ingram Denise Iscnburgh Mick Jackson Cheryl Jacobs Donnie James Deah Jaroski Darrin Jennings Craig Johnson David Johnson Kimberly Johnson Orlando Jones Kimberly Jordan Lance Keller GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 87 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER Daniel King Scott Klingslick Melinda Klocke Jean Knoll Kelly Koeing Fred KolesaKendra Koper Lori Kreuiter Amy Ladd Jennifer Ladd Heather Lautner Judith Lawrence Lisa Lcardi Mindi Lembcke Michael Leonard Scott Leonnard Jeffrey Lewis Anthony Lin Chris Lindley Bob Linder Aaron Lippolt Tony Lockett Michael Loew Lisa Lohr Tammy Lopretta Lincoln Lounsbury Michelle Love Lynn Lucas Jamie Luckshis Rhonda Lynn Michael MacMillan Paul Mackic Ronald Mahan Meredith Marchbank Christopher Martin TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGETammy Martin Stephanie Mathenia Dewey Mathews Lisa Matlock Chris McDonald Kelly McFerran Mchdi Mchranfar Andrew Mcllcnthin Lisa Meng Susan Mctzlcr Catherine Mcunier Jeff Meyer Linda Meyer Michael Miller Jill Milligan Opal Molina Barbara Moore Marty Moore Wendy Moore Lisa Morrison Mary Morrison Tawnya Moye-Hogg Brad Murray Jill Nabc Amy Nelson Jarid Neuhaus JefTNeutzling Kimberly Nolan Sean Nolan Bob Norton GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 87 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGERWendy Noland Nicki Nothduret Rob Notler Brian Obcrdicck Brian O'Dell Angela Ohrcn Aaron Paullucci Kathleen Perry Scott Pingel Adrienne Podoncr Jcanc Ponder Melissa Prater Janet Price Angel Priestley Erik Puckett Timothy Radford Gary Ranek John Ranek Kellie RatlifT Andy Razeghi Patricia Reagan David Reuterman Kelly Rhodes Derrik Richard Kristin Richardson JefT Robbins Don Robinson A. J. Rodgers Dan Rose John Roseman } TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGSherri Sharp Libby Shele •R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 •R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER Shaura Ross David Roth Tony Rothe Renee Rowe Bobby Russell Christy Ruylc Andrew Sackville-West Lester Sanches Dean Savoca Lori Scarborough Tricia Scerba Michelle Schaeffer Ida Schaffer Skip Schilling Todd Schipkowski Joy Schmidt Arthur Schubert Denise Schumacher Corey Schwalb JeffSchwalb Angie Schwartzkopf Walter Scott Renee Sexton Jeff Shannon Basil Shelton Dcrren Siglock Christine Simmons Michael SinglerKathleen Tieman Sheila Toring Julie Tewell Cassandra Thomas Traci Thomas Carol Thrclkeld Michael Struempf Aaron Suess PaulSvoboda Bill Swiecick Jamie Talley Eric Terry Sue Stevens Dawn Stephenson Fred Steinkuehler Robert Stewart Amy Stoecklin Kevin Stapleton Julian Smart Bret Skief Bart Skief Karen Skaer Douglas Smith Samantha Smith Diana Snell Andy Smucker Mary Smolar Will Smith Rick Solomon Renee Stalhut TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGI 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGILori Torrini Jocelyn Travis Melanie Traxler Michael Tripp Leslie Trueman Brian Tweedy Lee Ann Vandiver Cheryl Ward Kimberly Warren Heather Warrington Kirk Waters Karl Weber Rob Werden Curt West Dawn Westerbrook Joe Westfall John Wetzel Craig White Paul Wiegand Jenny Wiemers Tracy Wildman Carl Williams Ronzell Williams Ginny Willour Kelli Winchester Todd Wise Kristin Wolf Ryan Woll Tracey Woll Damian Wuellner R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGERJohn Yates Shawna Yates Traci Yates GRADUATING JUNIORS Adrienne Louise Podner Shawn Robert Doolin Tammy Lynne Henry TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198JUNIORS This year, for the junior class, is more of a challenge because of the pressure to achieve a higher G.P.A. We have been slapped with the reality that in one year we will start to work full time or begin college (oh dam). Right now we are all striving to just get through American History. Athletically most juniors have finally achieved their spot on the Varsity team. Now they have to prove that they can fill the shoes of the leaving seniors, and also teach the sophomores (no one cares about the freshmen). We juniors know that we are the smoothest, coolest class that will ever graduate from Edwardsville High School.TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER If) TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 rs 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER w hrt TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 HH 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 o 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 o 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER ft TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 m 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER cn TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 President — Stephanie Rogler; Secretary — Nicole Wydra; Treasurer — Rhonda Roth; Vice President — Diane Delaney (not pictured) “Being Sophomore Class President was fun and challenging. I would encourage everyone to run next year. 1 had a lot of fun!!” — Stephanie Rogier “Being a class officer was a very enjoyable experience. Working as class treasurer enabled me to meet many people and help my class raise money. Overall, it was great being the Sophomore Class Treasurer!” — Rhonda Roth “I really enjoyed working with the other officers and 1 was glad I was able to help the sophomore class.” — Diane Delaney “I had fun working with Stephanie, Rhonda, and Diane, and I enjoyed being a Sophomore Class Officer.” — Nicole Wydra SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 88■R 1987 TidiER 1 7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TH •-R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 89 TI iR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TK Erin Bardon Jeff Bares Asagay Barker Mark Bass Keri Bauer Lisa Baugh Jim Beck Dana Behrhorst J. Bell Dyann Benston Timothy Benston Jenny Bcrcnds Marcus Adkins Christopher Ahring Michael Ahring Marcy Albatt James Allison Sheri Ammon Dennis Anderson Eric Anderson Greg Anderson Sondra Andrews David Amett Eric Arth Michael Ashauer Michele A tty Kim Augustine Kimberly Bach Rich Bailey Tim BakerKevin Beits Kim Bingham Karen Block Brad Blumcnstock Cheryl Bockstrock Jay Boeck Dawn Boedcker Brian Boehm Robin Boehm Scott Boehm Brian Boston Paige Brase Darla Breen Robert Brickner Althea Brown David Brown Jonathon Brown Tracy Brown Tyrone Brown Lisa Buckley Stacy Budt Kelly Bullard Chris Burnett Kyle Burress Blake Burrus Rachael Byrd Rcnatto Carr JefTCarroll David Cason Erin Celuch '87TJGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I SZJIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1087 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGERR 1987 TK'il R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 9, TIG R 1987 MGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG Eric Clark Marlcta Clark Yvette Clark Thomas Clarkin Becky Clayton Dianne Collins Graham Collins Jenny Conroy Dawn Coombs Judy Cooper Monica Cooper Brenda Crabtree Ruth Crabtree Eric Cremer Amy Crook Jeff Cross Tonya Crow Brent Davis Cindy Davis Diane Delaney Pete Delgado Thomas Detienne A. J. Dettmcr Emille Droste Bob Cemy Chad Champion Amanda Chandler Julie Chandler Sarah Chapman Vanda ChomhirunAndrea Dubay Thomas Duckworth Jeffrey Duncan Darla Dunn John Dutton Darla Duvall Darren Duvall Chuck Dykcma Dawn Eardley Michelle Edwards Stacy El ledge Kurt Emshouscn Oscar Estrada Joey Evans Kim Evola Christy Ezell Jeffrey Farley Julie Farrell Marissa Feeney Eric Fields Matthew Firsching Leiana Fish Mike Fitzpatrick Loftus Fitzwatei Sheri Flanigan Cindy Flaugher Jill Florini Derek Ford Ron Foster Tamara Foster ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI ER 92 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI-7 ■M'A t; Carrie Freitag Rachel Gaertner Aaron Gallatin Joey Garwood Jennifer Gehncr R.C. Gerstenecker Debra Giebe Jeffrey Glasgow Tricia Goebal Melisa Goff David Goldenbaum Cheryl Golish Crystal Green Mary Gude Amy Gueldener Kierstyn Gullicksrud Dan Gusewelle James Gusewelle Ron Hadley Kory Hagemann Brian Hahn Rashida Hakeem Tonya Hall PRfF» f AO Darlene Hampton Randy Hanks Doug Hanna Jean Hansel Mary Harmon Robert Harris IGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987' IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987' igfr i9fi7 jir.rp 1 TI7TIHFB J9li7Tlr:FP 'Q»7Tir-.Fp iQW7Tir;FP GER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 T GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1 Jamie Harsh Mark Hawkins Jay Hayes Michelle Hayes Dcna Heater Lisa Heepke Annabel Holland Janette Holley Eric Holshouser Matthew Holshouser Melanie Hooks Julie Horton Jamie Hoskins Thomas Huber Jimmy Hudson Elisa HufTcr John Hulme Tyrone Hunt Rhonda Heiney Debra Hengehold Jay Hepler Patricia Herman Rob Hernandez Craig Hettenhouse Gina Higgins Shac Hilcman Craig Hindelang Dan Hodge Carla Hoffner Elizabeth Holderread f ,Ov - " r 'R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TICiER 14) 7 TIC i R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 95 TIG1 R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGFRI987 TlGEgJ9j Don Hunter Greg Hunter Gary Hymson David Hyten Shelli Hyten Deborah Jacober Tom Jacober James Jemison Kathie Jenkins Eric Jennings Craig Jergerson Denise Johnson Derrick Johnson Jackie Johnson Jenny Johnson Bill Johnson William Johnston David Jones Donna Kampman Julie Kanning Lynn Keil Dicnnis Kent John Kerkemyer Kristopher Kershaw Levina Kibbons Stacey King Cheryl Kirsch Adrian Klingel Tara Klucker Stcphani Knecht Heather Kniffel Joann Knoll Paula Koen Linda Kovar Lori Kavorik Stacey Kovarik Katherine Kuntz Tara Landers Laura Landin Donald Langendorf Penny LaRue Rich Leisure flEfc 1M7+16ER 1 7 TIGER 19 7 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 19871 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 19871 GER I 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GF.R 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GKR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1 Lori Lembcke Michelle Lentz Lynette Leopold Jaoon Lickficld John Linafelter Brian Linck Travis Lindley Matt Lippold Chad Little Jennie Little R. 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Lewellyn Bobbie Lowry Ellen Luan Cathy Lumma Kanty Lundak Rob Luster Adam Lynn Dawn Major t 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE U987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 97 TIGE LI 987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE Justin Makler Mike Malone Rachel Mansholl Tony Margherio Brian Martin Dottie Martin Jennifer Mason Danny Mayberry Tammy McAdams Brian McAllister Physhawne McCarter Shawn McCarty Michelle McDonald Nancy McEnary Steven McGauley Michelle McKeon Rob McNally Paul McNeil Dana Meek Joe Mehranfar Steven Meininger Cathy Mellott Angie Menoni Jim Merritt Jim Mersinger Kathy Metzger Andrew Meyer Matt Meyer Suzan Meyer Jodi MichelRoy Middleton Steven Miller Steven Miller Blake Misukonis Rosanne Moehle Deanna Moore Jeff Moore Cheryl Morton Shannon Moss Andrew Mueller Cheri Mulach Darren Nelson Brett Newton Joe Nicolussi Wilma Noland Joseph Nolan Billy Noud Laurie Nunes Cindy Oates Gregory Organ Kim Otte George Pal Shelia Palmer Christopher Parker Aimee Parril Michael Paulsmeyer Kevin Payne Leslie Peck Brian Peterson John Pile IK 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T IK 98 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1 -.R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TChristopher Pindell Amy Pomeroy Tony Ponce Jeremy Potthost Lorena Prater Shawn Primas Michael Pringle Stephanie Radcliff Dave Rademacher John Rafalle Curt Ramon Anthony Rankin Jason Ray C. J. Reckman Mathew Reckman Ryan Redd Darren Reding Debbie Reed Andrew Reinking Dawn Rice Douglas Richardson Carie Riess Andrew Rogers Stephanie Rogicr Christine Roney Rhonda Roth Evannah Rouse Jim Roustio Molly Rucks R. J. Russell R 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIG! R 1987 TIGER 1987T1GER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 99 TIGI R 1987 TIGF.R 1987 TIGER 1987T1GF.R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GIJoseph Russo Becky Sackville-West Ronda Sadder Candy Sanders E.V. Saverson Jason Sawyer Mathew Schaefer Kreg Schnieder Janet Schock Sarah Schreiber Christopher Schwab Lennie Schwartz Jamie Schwear Kimberly Seals Shani Shaffer Rae Sharp Kevin Shashack Melanie Shaw Todd Shaw Rodney Sheets Wendy Shelton Nikki Shipp Tina Sidner Brandon Simmons Billy Slemer Tom Smiddy Tabasha Smith Thomas Smucker Angela Snell Michelle Soto £R TIGhK 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1 87 TI(jER 1 87 TIGER 1 87 TIGER 1987 TICiFR 1987 TK iR 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TK J 98 1GE 98 1GE 98 IGE 98 GE 98 1GE 98 1GE 98 G 98 R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER ,0i TIG R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG William Summers Tiffanie Telford Angie Thomas Jeff Thomas Jason Thompson Rachel Tottleben Kelli Towell Matt Treat Jennifer Trebing MikeTrobaugh Mark Trone Mark Tuttle Patty Soto Michelle Sparks Christina Speciale Theresa Speciale Elizabeth Spencer Tisha Spiller David Sporrer Stacy St. John Angela Stack Jamie Stack Carissa Stauffer Kristin Steingraber Sarah Stemler Craig Stewart Richie Stolze Rob Stolze Eric Stueber Tracy SulivanKcni Uhe ( asatulra Vaden Kerry Vanzo Kirk Ventura Courtney Ward Jon Warren Elizabeth Warrington Janette Watts Stacy Weakly Jason Weber Mary Weingartner Stacie Welle Scott Wcllmakcr Mike Wesley Brian White Frank Wildinson Wanda Wilkinson Ralph Willis Jim Wilson Melanie Wilson Melody Wilson Mikcll Winchester Sara Worthey Tish Wurl Nicole Wydra Amy Ziegler Craig Zude JER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER I987 TIGER I987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987T iER 102 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER I987TIGER I987TIGER 1987T I£R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I987 TIGFR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19X7 TIGFR 19X7 TIGFR 19X7 TIGFR IQX7 T1SOPHOMORES TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19SOPHOMORES Our sophomore year started off great. We won the Spirit Week competition. But on the other hand we did have a few minor pressures on us this year. One was passing Driver’s Ed., and getting that all-important drivers license! The second was getting a good head-start on prom funds. We did a pretty good job at both. The other good things about being a sophomore were that we developed a sense of real belonging; our athletes no longer had to play freshman sports; and we could pick on freshman instead of being picked on. We also contributed a great deal of energy, spirit and individuality to E. H. S. and we’re proud of it. 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Subhashini Bollini Jennifer Baur Martha Becker Jonn Bell Jenna Bender Craig Bcngston Douglas Biclicke Kimberly Bilyeu Melinda Blackwell Jason Blair Diana Blier Barbara Bloemkcr Deana Blumenstock Jon Aberle Amy Abram Kevin Acra Jason Adiar Edward Adams Dean Ah re Kaisa Ahola Cheryl Ahrens Brian Albe Jesse Allan Jay Allinson Antonize Anderson Allison Atkinson Tonya Atkinson Trisha Bain Amy Barnett Chad Bartels Diablo Bartley5Fr 1987 TIGER "987TICER TSSTTOEK 1TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIC rER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1 107TIC 1FR 19X7TIGFR 1Qft7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIC Lance Bonney Mitzi Bowman Gerald Bradford Scott Brady Bonnie Brakhane John Bramhall James Bratten Bill Braun Angela Brimer Janice Brock Tracey Brooks Amie Brown Camille Brown Don Brown Amy Bruce Kristina Buck Brian Bundy Amy Burch William Cook Stephem Cooper Angie Cluster Andy Colligan Andrew Bums Chris Byron Michaie Calvo Arlie Carr III Daniel Carter Elisabeth Carter Peter Cemy Sheily Chapman Carrie Chariton Chavis Clark Kai Clarke Barbara ClemlandTanya Coughlin Billy Cox James Cox Jennifer Crane Michael Cross Kyle Crossman Andy Curran Matt Curry Keith Dailey Bruce Davis Shelly Dean Edie Deconcini Mike Deichmann Darran Denning Danielle Dcnuc James Denue Sarah Dcttmcr Casandra Dickerson Kristina Dieterich Patric Donnelly Terra Dorman Jacki Dunn Larry Dunnagan Richard Dunnavant Kellie Dusky Tony Dycus Scott Eder Todd Edwards Karen Elfrink Dcric Elkins Tonia Ems Laurel Enochs Jeni Fanning Marjock Fenner iER I S YiAeR 1 7 IK, FR 1987 TIC, ER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI JER 108 TIGER I987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI iER 1987 TIGER 1987 I U.IR 1987 TH.IK I987 TIGFR I987 TIGF.R 1987 TIGF.R I987 TIGF.R 1987 TIGER 1987 T1Michael Fink Dawn Finke Laura Fischer Lon Fisk Shannon Flanigan Lori Fleming Steve Rowers Sandra Foster Melissa Fraley Larry Freitag Dawn French Jennifer Frisbie Paul Fuller David Funk Timotht Funkhouser Karin Garbe Collete Gates Eliabeth Gersman Valarie Gibbs Donna Gibson Jill Glaser Stephem Gnowewski Darell Godier Amy Goebel Jim Goodman Heather Grant Katherine Grimes Rob Grosze Matt Gusewelle Steven Gusewelle Angie Halemeyer Tina Hall Kristen Halsey Tracey Hamann 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198" TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIG 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER l09 TIG1 2 87JT1GFR 1987 TIGER 1987T1GFR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGErin Hamilton Matt Hamilton Kelly Hanks Latonia Harmon Edgar Harrel Marcie Harris Tom Harvey Heather Hawkcs Monica Haxton Scott Haynes Jocelyn Hedlund Nicole Heflin Elizabeth Hellmann Greg Helms Janice Hendricks Daniel Hcngchold Julie Henke Jarrod Hester Debbie Hill James Hilt Ronald Hilt Michael Hindman David Hiscox Andrew Holshouser Corey Holshouser Dixie Holtman Rob Hormell Stefan Hornbcrgcr Kris Horstman Ty Hoptman Otez Hudson Amy Huff John Hughes Picture Not AreiUbl 3ER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGFR I987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I9 7 jER no TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987T JER 1987 T1GER 1987TIGER I987 T1GER 1987 T1GLK 1987 T1GLK 1 87 TIGER I987 T1GER 19X7 TIGER 17,S" 1Stephen Hughes Demond Hunt Erin Hunter Robb Hunter Dwight Hutson Zipporah Jacks Amy Jackson Jamil Jackson Darryl Jacobs Dawn Jenkins Jason Jenkins Jason Jenkins Christina Johnson Darin Johnson Ron Johnson Marcy Jones Theresa Racer Richard Ramp JefFifer Rarkut Rerri Relly Chad Relso Ryan Rennedy Jeff Rcrkemyer Paula Rerper Rristopher Resler Latonya Rinder Patrick Ring Tim Rnecht Rebecca Rnezik Shelly Roeler Renton Rricg Jeff Ruethe Charity Lantz Travis LaPierre R 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TICiFR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 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McDerrmott Missy McDonough Beth McMahan Garrett McNally Brian McNeill iER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI E 1987 TIGER 1987 T }ER , ,2 7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987T iER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987T1GF.R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987Tir.FR 19377IGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987' IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19S TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 19S TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 Anna McReaken Kenyelta McShan Toby Meador Angela Mehelic Karen Meier Mclisa Metcalf Deanna Meyer Keith Meyer Matt Miller Rodney Miller Yevette Mitchel Denise Molina Melissa Morris Greg Morrison Jenny Mortland Robert Mosby Jenny Murphy Mellissa Nappier Leon Nelson Robert Nelson Gary Nicholson Craig Nielson Kate Nordhouser Karen Nuemberger Perry Nuemberger Scott Nyergers Trade Onley Jenny Owens Stacy Paddock Jennifer Palmer Kristine Parke Jessica Patterson Kevin PaurJessica Paxson Jennifer Peel Christopher Pcgg Christina Perozzi Candi Peterson Christy Philips Daniel Pitman Crystal Price Thomas Price Steve Primas Charels Range Dustin Rcames Carrie Reding Stephanie Reed Kawanda Reid Deveron Reisin Cynthia Reilly Mary Richards Holly Richardson Christopher Roberts James Rorie Paul Roseman Amy Rouggly Melanie Rustio Charles Ruyle Chad Sanders Akira Sato Tim Saucier Shannon Saulys Doublas Shaefer David Scheibal Sam Scheibal Stephen Scherff Jason Schmid GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TI GER114 7 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIC.ER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987T1 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIC iER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GERJQ87TICraig Schmidt Todd Schuerman Wade Schuerman Chrystal Schumacher Kristin Schumacher David Sethaler Brian Shannon John Sharp Tamma Shaw Dena Shearrer Lynette Sherman Justin Short Philip Siglock Barb Simmons Tadd Simmons Jason Slaughter Jeftlfer Smith Valarie Snell Jason Sobkowski Kelli Sommers Arland Sparks Jill Stahlhut Michael Stanley Rachel Steelman Valerie Stephen Greg Stevens Yvonne Stewart Robert Stockert Brett Straker Neil Strader Traci Stroder Craig Suhre Ryan Suhre Alesix Tharp 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGE 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1 M5 TIGE 1 987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987T1GER 1987 TIGER 198 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGEDonya Thompson Anthony Traxler Dand Tretter Cyndi Trueman Elmo Tumaliuan Cameron Turner Dwane Turner Gayle Unterbr Tim Van Patten Jennifer Vargo Rob Veith Scott Veith Alison Vilicco Laurel Volrab Andre Vaugniaux Elizabeth Wadlow Christopher Wallace Chris Watkins Jeff Weeks Paul Weneng William Wegrzyn Mark Weiler Charlotte Welbum Heather Wendler Eddie Wentz Amy Wcrden Juan Wertz Greg West Lori Whitehead Christa Whittaker Christy Widner Sarah Wieldt Craig Wiesman Dawn Willett IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 17 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1GF.R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER I 987 TIGFR 1QX7Andre Williams Corey Williams Dana Wilson James Wilson Erik Wolfe Julie Wooldridge Jennifer Wright Christoc Yancy Travis Yates Charles Youchoff Michelle Youngs Jeffery Zacha FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Brian Albl I jura Anderson Andrew Balmcr Shawn Barge Matthew Blankc Gary Bloemker Ellen Bloom Phillip Calhoun Kimberly Chavis Mark Davidson Joseph Davis Gary Ellison Nicholas Fcco Kcrsondra Franklin Carla Gathing Jill Glaser Shawn Gorby Kevin Hawkins Robert Horman David Howton Gary Jackson FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Row 1: Kristen Halsey; Secretary, Rare Garbe; Vice President. Row 2: Laura Lewin; President, Christel Schumacher; T reasurer. GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T GER 1987 TIGER j987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TOkay — so what if we are at the bottom of the heap? So what if upper classmen give us a hard time? SO WHA17 We survived and had a good time doing it. We all had to get used to new rules, new halls, and new teachers with new demands — but the same old cafeteria food. Some things just never change. We have many things to look forward to; prom, sex education, driver’s education and the almighty Senior year! 1GER 1987 TIGER 1987T1GER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 IGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987IGER 1987 TIGER 1987 [987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 [987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 X [987 TIGER 1987 TIGER m TGER1987 TIGER 1987 a 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER ww M riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 in 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER H riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 lost Athletic- Most Outstanding Personality •T ' rr £ £ a A Best Dressed: Siiaura Ross and and Ortfido Jones and J BesfLooking: Susan Metzlerand Eric Carlson $ hycst Pe L rson: Kim JordBEST HAIR A A Earnell Branson and, SarU-Hepler A -lL A iL MOST INTELLIGENT .1 .1 .1 Gerrjt-Meyer and -Sandra Kim iL iL A iL MOSTMUSICAL • Pat Mprrison and u Sangecta Swamy - Mike Mict not pictured) Laura Grezlak A iL A 4 best Pressed 126A MOST TALKATIVE Greg P nn and Kelly Lodwig jL iL A iL iL BESTISMILE iL Larry Brown and iL KirdJWetzel il iL iL BEST STRUT Gary +lei mer and iL Jenny Therien (not pictured) iL jL iL llBIGGEST PARTIER Paul Worthy (not pictured) iL andTeifcsa PaddockL iL 127ilBEST PERSON AHITY 4 BEST LOOKING j-r? . Dan Fanner (not pictured) andlfcaura Wegri n iL David Evans and llAmy LynnjJ. L MOST LIKELY TQL SUCCEED .I .1 .1 A A)al Vernon keising an d -Carrie Fisher iL iL iL iL iL BIGGEST FLIRT ■iL Bob Hilrton and iL Karla McDaniel (SeniorBcsiipntinucd on P- 242]J ||HAPPY HALLOWEEN E.H.S.! TIGER 1987The first annual E.H.S. Halloween Costume Contest was sponsored by the 1987 Tiger Yearbook Staff. Gerald Lieurance won the $20 first place prize as ALF; Ian Gibbons claimed second place of $15 as a Garbage Can; Patty Wickham took the third place of $ 10 for her disguise as a juke-box, complete with transistor radio. AND THE WINNERS ARE ... Gerald Lieurance as Alf 1st PLACE Ian Gibbons as a Garbage Can Patty Wickham as a Jukebox 2nd PLACE 3rd PLACE CONGRATULATIONS!!Homecoming JS6 87 ‘V3«V ! SJw-m'j C r, I Time In A fictiler- oo i 00 O Z HH s o ffl 132 Homecoming 1986 started out with a bang this year and the Tiger Spirit was soaring. Class Color Day, Hawaiian Day, Tacky Day and College Jersey Day were all just a prelude for Friday because it gave the students a chance to show off their Tiger Spirit on Orange and Black Day. Then the Pep Assembly put the Football Tigers in a winning mood with a rousing display of Tiger Spirit. During the entire Homecoming Week and the weeks before it, clubs wereannual parade. The floats were to be created around the theme “Time in a Bottle.” The parade began at 6:30 that night and so did the rain, which continued through the game. French Club took First Place; German Club received Second Place; and Drama Club captured Third place. The float called “Together in Time” carried the three Homecoming Queen Candidates: Lisa Grezlak, Beth Reily, and Amy Lynn. The Royal Escorts were: Craig White, Dan Farmer, and Tom Fayollat.The Tigers played the Cahokia Com-manches in a very wet and muddy game which ended with a Tiger victory of 7-0. The rain and cold didn’t seem to affect the spirit and enthusiasm of the fans or the players. Spirits were high throughout both the game and the informal dance which followed. The Homecoming Coronation was held on Saturday night in the Joe E. Lucco Gymnasium. The theme was “Timein a Bottle,” which seemed to fit the occasion perfectly. Miss Amy Lynn was crowned Homecoming Queen, and Mr. Dan Farmer was crowned Royal Escort. After the ceremony and pictures, many couples enjoyed dinner at one of the many fine restaurants about St. Louis. Over all, Homecoming 1986 was a memorable experience for all who participated.CORONATION 19871987 HOMECOMING COURT HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ROYAL ESCORT Miss Amy Lynn and Mr. Dan FarmerQUEEN CANDIDATES AND ROYAL ESCORTSSENIOR ATTENDANTS Miss Robyn Vanek and Mr. Kyle Betts Miss Kim Wetzel and Mr. Scott PaurJUNIOR ATTENDANTS 141 Miss Amy Stoecklin and Mr. Andy SmuckerMiss Courtney Ward and Mr. Eric HolshouserFRESHMAN ATTENDANTS 143 Miss Karin Garbe and Mr. Ty Howton.GO GO GO - GO GO GO i v GO GO GO GO I GO GO tUUSMNlUJL, mom ' J'GER BANDIriGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER If) riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER o riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 5 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 35 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 CZ2 X W Q W X w w S3 u O ca • i-s Q Z H 35 x Back: Kari Gullicksrud, Amy Stoecklin, Lisa Grezlack, Susan Metzler, Sherri Shafer. Middle: Lori Clemetts, Mary Morrison. Front: Kelly Spotanski. Top: Evannah Rouse, Kierstycn Middle: Charlotte Welbum, Lon Kovarik, Cheryl Morton, Christina Perozzi. Bottom: Beth Wadlow, Christy Widner. Approximately eighty girls tried out for cheerleading positions and were judged on the following: enthusiasm, tumbling, jumping, and the execution of cheers. Twenty-eight girls were selected and now cheer our teams onto victory. The E.H.S. Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleaders for male sports qualified for the Nationals after placing first and second in competition at Salem. The cheerleaders have led our football, soccer, and basketball fans into a frenzy of spirit, excitement, and energy during the games this year. The Yearbook Staff would like to thank Mrs Guilickrud, Mrs. Head, and Mrs. Moore and Lori Clements for their help and cooperation. 146Top: Eadic DcConcini. Middle: Annie DuBay, Cindy Oates, Top: Julie Chandler, Amy Wcrden. Middle: Jamie Stack, Kathy Jenkins. Bottom: Michelle Law, Cheri Mulach. Michelle Lentz. Bottom: Denise Mattea. C X H 2 O C- O The members of the junior varsity and varsity girl’s cheerleading squads worked hard all year long. The girls enjoyed cheering for Edwardsville’s successful teams. The highlight of the year was when they cheered for the Illinois High School Association sectional tournament at East St. Louis Senior High School. 147Top Row: Debbie Giebe, Karen Block, Kim Wetzel, Tracy Sporrer, Colleen Fields, Julie McClcland, Cassic Thomas. Middle Row: Yevette Hairston, Natalie Fritsche, Alisa Sims, Mikell Winchester, Beth Meyer. Bottom Row: Emilie Droste, Shelley Dean, Lori Marks. Aimee Hamilton. As the result of Pom-Pon tryouts in the spring, 16 girls remain on the squad. Poms have performed at a few home games for football and basketball, during a soccer game at Cougar Stadium, in the Winter Sports Assemblies. The squad went to camp over the summer and received the Top Spirit Award and were named the Grand Champions. During their season, the squad has competed in the following: The Coca-Cola Classic Invitational, placing 2nd out of 15; the Illinois Drill Team Association Regionals placing 5th in Pom at Belleville Althoff, 2nd in Pom at Jacksonville, 1st in Prop at Benton, receiving a superior rating. 148 The Benton performance qualified the squad for state on March 14 in Dekalb, IL. The routine was choreographed by Julie McCleland and Kim Wetzel to the music of The Chorus Line theme song. While at state, the Pom-Pon girls received an excellent rating with their Prop routine. The choreographers this year were: Julie McCleland, Kim Wetzel, Lori Marks, Natalie Fritchie, Emily Drosty, Kame Block, Tracy Sporrer, and Colleen Fields. According to the Pom-Pon coach and sponsor, Mrs. Beal, “This year has been the most enjoyable, because the girls personalities have been easy to work with, and there was a lot of talent. I’ll really miss the graduating seniors.”Row I: John Bailey, John Rosemen, Marty Evans, Mike Mick, Dan Corgiat, Brett Coffey, Bob Zoclzer, Eamell Branson, Phil Evans, Tyrone Hunt, Dennis Doolin. Row 2: Steve Oren, Richard Meikanp. B. John, Dan Rose, Gary Heifer, Tony Lockett, Mark Ringering, Martez Hudson, Chris Hosto, James Wilson, Mike Strcumf. Ben Richards, Steve Hartman. Row 3: Coach Louer, Coach Wolk, Dan Farmer, Marcus Adkins. C w H o o H oo r The Tiger varsity football team had a record of 5-4 this season. The tigers had a tough schedule but this was the first winning season since 1979. The team practiced at the Sports Complex for the first time this year. Some of the leading players were Brett Coffey, Rob McNally, Mark Ringering, Marc Tuttle, and Craig White. “We had a fairly successful season and a great group of players,” Coach Louer said. He also stated that “This year’s team provided excitement and a firm foundation for future teams.” 149This year was a learning experience for me, but it was disappointing to lose our last game — the one that could have sent us to State.” — Quarterback Rob McNally 150Front Row: Richard Mcikamp, Marty Evans, Eamell Branson, Hesse, Tony Lockett, Dale Madison, Phil Evans. Back Row: Bob Zoclzcr, Mike Mick. Middle Row: Ben Richards, Bob Bob Horton, Dan Farmer, Rohan Johnson, Carlos Wilson. Most of our success is attributable to the hard working and talented group of seniors. They were willing to work in the off season to make themselves better football players. — Coach FahrnerRow 1: R. Hernandez, R. Foster, D. Radamachcr, D. Nelson, J. Redd, B. Hahn, W. Summers, R. Harris, M. Lippoldt, M. Merritt, R. Bailey, T. Jacober, E. Holshouscr, C. Jones, D. Tronc, J. Wilson, M. Adkins, T. Margherio. Ackman. Row 2: Coach Wolk, T. Hunt, B. G. Johnson, R. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Record for Sophomore football: 4-2 EHS OPPONENT 28 14 — Roxanna 28 0 — O’Fallon 21 27 — Jacksonville 6 7 — Granite City 2 0 — Alton 8 6 — Cahokia MVP — Bill Johnson Leading Tackier — Marcus Atkins Leading Receiver — Tony Margherio Leading Rusher — Tyrone Hunt Leading Passer — Marc Little According to Coach Wolk, this year's team will make a good nucleus for next year’s Varsity team.Row I: Bob Nelson. Ed Harrell. Tony Anderson. Elmo Tumaliun. tarry Freitag. Steve Primas, Andy Lebro. Row 2: Mark Little. Dan Carter. Rich Dunnavant. Darin Dunnagan. Andrew Wiliams. Bruce Davis. JefT Zacha. Paul Roseman. Row 3: Todd Schucrman. Kevin Acra, Rod Miller. Wade Schucrman. Jason Adair, Deveron Reising. Jim Bratton. Row 4: Coach DeToye, Neil Strader. Travis LaPicrrc, Travis Yates. Jamil Jackson. IX'mond Hunt. James Rolie. Ryan Kennedy. Coach Stahlhut. Row 5: Bill Braun, Chad Sanders. Bill Wegrzyn, Thomas Harvey. Marjock Fenner, Jason Slaughter, Leon Nelson. O’Fallon won 28- 0 Cahokia lost 12-22 Roxana won 37-14 Alton lost 6- 7 AlthofT won 30- 6 Granite City won 43- 0 Collinsville won 54- 0 Mascoutah won 28- 6 The freshman football team may not have been undefeated but they still did a top job. They had 6 wins and 2 losses. Demond Hunt was named MVP. a CZ) X £ z 153Rich Greenhill, Paul Mackie, B. J. Russell, Paul Krapf, Jason Roderick, Bill Markowitz, Pat Foege, Brian Tutka, Matt Meyer, Krapf, Eric Carlson, Brett ChafTcc, Martin Ihr, Sonny Hayden, Lance Beil Tom Fayollot, Kort Cole, Dan King, Andy Smucker, Jeff With a season record of 12 wins, 4 losses, and 2 ties, no wonder Varsity soccer coach Fran Dwyer is happy. According to him, “It was the most successful year in soccer with the most wins.” Coach Dwyer also said that this year has been the first time in eleven season for the soccer Tigers to beat Collinsville. The Most Valuable Players this year are: Brett Chaffee (all around), Cort Kole (offense), B. J. Russell (defense), and Tom Fayollot was named the Bank of Edwardsville’s MVP. Kort Cole and Brett Chaffee tied for scoring the most goals or making the most assists. They had 22. The total number of goals scored for the season was 56 with only 23 given up. 1986 Varsity Soccer Record Metor-East Won 2-0 Carbondalc Won 4-0 Alton Marquet Won 3-1 Granite City Lost 0-3 Mascoutah Won 6-0 Lebanon Won 7-1 Cahokia Won 7-1 Triad Tie 1-1 Belleville West Tie 1-1 Belleville East Won 1-0 Roxana Won 6-1 Alton Lost 2-1 Wood River Won 6-2 Collinsville Won 2-1 O’Fallon Lost 1-2 Metor East Won 3-1 Triad Won 2-0 Collinsville Lost 1-6SENIOR SOCCER PLAYERS: Left to Right: Paul Krapf, Brian Tutka, JefT Roderick, and Tom Fayollat. Not Pictured: Bill Markowitz, Brett Chaffee, and Martin Ihr. This year’s 86-87 Varsity Soccer Team had seven senior players. All were great assets to the team and will be missed. This can be determined by the compliments Coach Dwyer payed to each player. JefT Roderick and Bill Markowitz — .. con- tributed to the team as seniors tough playing and team spirit.” Brian Tutka — .. outstanding defensive player.” Tom Fayollat — “... outstanding senior leader.” Brett Chaffee — “... best halfback E. H. S. has ever seen. Paul Krapf— “... refuses to be beaten.” Martin Ihr — “... great finesse and skill.”“The Varsity Team had the most wins ever this season with a season record of 12-4-2. One of those wins was one over Collinsville Kahoks; the first time we’ve beaten them. This year we had the farthest advance in play by putting forth a really good effort.” — Paul KrapfFirst Row: Phil Siglock, Diallo Bartley, John Pile, Mike Paulsmeyer. Jon Jon Aberle, Danny Pittman, Steve Gnojcwski, Jason Sawyer. Middle Row: Brian Shannon, Akira Sato, Tim Funkhouscr, Joe Mchranfar, Jason Weber, Tom Smuckcr, Brent Davis, Lance Bonncy, Brian McNeil. Last Row: Craig Hindelang. Jason Sobkowski, Joe Russo, Ty Howton, Niki Bautsch (Manager), Greg Morrison, Matt Firsching, Chris Byron, Coach Symanski. C-H d 2 o so 2 H w O n o w so The Junior Varsity soccer team had a very good season. They played 14 games and ended the season with a record of 8 wins, 4 ties, and 2 losses. There were 27 goals scored with the help of the team's top scorers: Ty Howton, 6; Matt Firsching, 6; and Brian Shannon, 5. Only 12 goals were scored against the team thanks to Mike Paulsmeyer, the team's goalie, who had 129 saves. The Freshmen alone played 4 games this season against some of the toughest teams in the area: Alton, Collinsville, O’Fallon, and Belleville East. Their record was 0-2-2. OUTSTANDING PLAYERS: SCORING: Ty Howton — 7 (J.V.) Matt Firsching — 6 (J.V.) Brain Shannon — 5 (J.V.) Diallo Bartley — 2 (FR.) Ty Howton — 2 (FR.) Brian Shannon — 3 (FR.) SAVES: Mike Paulsmeyer— 129 (J.V.) Jon Aberle —35 (FR.) ASSISTS: Ty Howton — 3 (J.V.) Tim Funkhouscr— 3 (J.V.) Greg Morrison — 3 (FR.) Tim Funkhouscr — 2 (FR.) 157Front Row: Kara Barton, Diane Delaney, Nancy Cutler. Jane Helms, Amy Hill, Beth Riley (Capt.) Amy Lynn (Co-Capt.). Middle Row: Cathie Lee, Missy Stevenson, Pattie Gillham, Windy Winfield, Michelle Meyers, Jenny Smith, Christy Bough, Susan Holder-read, Coach Dave Tissicr, Coach Sharon Petty, Tami Dorsey, Kim Harrick, Erin Bardon. The 1986-87 Girls Field Hockey team took second place at the St. Louis Midwest Tourney against Cor Jesu, 4-2, and St. Joseph’s Academy, 3-1. The tourney was the team’s best showing ever. Amy Lynn and Missy Stevenson were named as the St. Louis Independent League All-Star Selections. The Junior Varsity Team also had an impressive season with a record of 7-7. Elaine Denny and Rhonda Roth led the scoring. Edwardville Opponent 1 0 Riverview 3 1 Clayton 2 1 Kirkwood 0 1 Ursaline 0 1 St. Joseph’s Ac. 1 0 Visitation 0 2 John Burroughs 4 0 Lutheran South 4 1 Brentwood 5 0 Nerinx Hall 0 6 Villa Du. 158C- d o ps PS in Front: Melissa Goff, Leslie Trueman, Rebecca Knezik, Sheri Ammon, Carrie Freitag, Carie Riess, Marty Moore. Middle: Wendy Moore, Lisa Baugh, Elaine Denny, Tracey Onley, Debbie Hill, Amy Burch, Tricia Goebel, Rhonda Roth, Erin Bardon. Back: Jenny Smith, Melanie Traxler, Jenny Johnson, Stacy Weakley (manager). Coach Dave Tissier, Coach Sharon Petty, Libby Shele. H d O 35 O Edwardsville Opponent 2 0 Mary Institute 0 2 Cor Jesu 5 3 Principia Midwest Toum. 2 0 Clayton 4 2 Cor Jesu 3 1 St. Joseph’s Ac. 0 3 Villa Du Second placed at St. Louis Midwest Tourney Season 12-6 League 5-5 6 shutouts Edwardsville Opponent 2 1 Riverview 0 0 Clayton 1 0 Kirkwood 2 0 Ursaline 2 2 St. Joseph's Ac. 1 0 Visitation 0 0 John Burroughs 3 0 Lutheran South 3 0 Brentwood 1 1 Nemix 1 1 Villa Du 0 2 0 2 Mary Institute Car Jesu 3 0 Principia Season 7-7 League 4-6 159Back Row: Shawn Hellingcr, Michelle Hayes, Sarah Schreiber, Julie Nelson, Missy Schaefer, Lisa Durer, Cara Edin. Front Row: Lisa Buckley, Sue Meyer, Courtney Ward, Amy Nelson, Jenny Wiemers, Denise Isenberg, Michelle Schaefer. Cahokia vs. Edw. — w AlthofT vs. Edw. — 1 Mascoutah vs. Edw. — w Collinsville vs. Edw. — w Madison vs. Edw. — w Bunker Hill vs. Edw. — w Record 22-6 Alton vs. Edw. — w Belleville East vs. Edw. — 1 East Alton-Wood River vs. Edw. — w Highland vs. Edw. — w Hazelwood East vs. Edw. — w Civic Memorial vs. Edw. — w Cahokia vs. Edw. — w Belleville West vs. Edw. — 1 Roxana vs. Edw. — w Staunton vs. Edw. — w Regional Tournament— 1st place w — Edw. vs. Roxana w — Edw. vs. Granite City Sectional — East St. Louis vs. Edw. — w Belleville West vs. Edw. — 1 According to Varsity Volleyball Coach Kay Hyten, this year’s season was the, “Best ever, with the most wins. The team went the farthest ever — The State Sectional — and had great players.” In serving, Amy Nelson led with 188 points, followed by Missy Schaeffer with 158 points. Cara Eden, the team setter, was first in blocking, with Julie Slemer second. Julie was also the leading hitter. Amy Nelson was top digger (defense). The varsity team consisted of: Amy Nelson, Julie Slemer, Cara Eden, Denise Isenburg, Lisa Durer, Jen- ny Weimers, and Courtney Ward. Julie Slemer was named the Most Valuable Player. Eville Tournament — Riverview vs. Edwardsville — w O’Fallon vs. Edwardsville — w Mater Day vs. Edwardsville — 1 Granite City vs. Edwardsville — w AlthofT vs. Edwardsville — 1 Wood River Tournament — Triad vs. Edwardsville — w Highland vs. Edwardsville — w Wood River vs. Edwardsville — w 160The volleyball team had a record of 13 wins and 5 losses this season. Micftcllc Hayes had the most service points with 130. Lisa Buckley was next with 105. Sue Meyer and Courtney Ward the setters. The top hitter was Jenny Wiemers. were Date School ' — L 9-8 Granite City won 9-9 Alfoff won 9-17 Cahokia won 9-28 Altoff lost 9-22 Mascoutah won 9-25 Collinsville lost 9-29 Madison won 10-1 Bunker Hill won 10-2 Alton won 10-6 Bellev ille East lost 10-8 E. Alton-Wood R. won 10-9 Highland lost 10-13 Hazelwood East won 10-14 Civic Memorial won 10-16 Cahokia won 10-20 Belleville West lost 10-21 Roxana won 10-23 Staunton won eft to Right, Front Row: Tina Hall, Martha Becker, Kathy Back Row: Cheryl Arens, Lora Bollman, Jennifer Wright, irimcs, Jessica Patterson, Shelly Koclkcr, Christine Karen ElFrink, Beth McClellan, Jenny Mortland. tambaugh. Back Row: Shawn Hellinger, Jenny Weimers, Sarah Schreibcr, Michelle Hayes. Front Row: Lisa Bachley, Dawn Boedecker, Courtney Ward, Michelle Schaefer, Sue Meyer.GIRLS’S GOLF Left to Right, Front Row: Robin Vanek. Jill Florini, Jennifer Back Row: Beth Guscwelle. Sara Heplcr, Lee Ann Vandiver. Bigham. Tina Buck and Monica Bautsch. Edwardsvillc Invitational Edwardsville — Belleville East Edwardsvillc — Webster Groves Edwardsville — Collinsville Edwardsvillc — Carbondalc Edwardsville — Collinsville Edwardsvillc — Lindburgh Edwardsville — Lafayette Edwardsvillc — Belleville East Edwardsville — Red Bud Edwardsvillc — Springfield Edwardsville — St. Joseph’s Academy State Regional State sectional State Tournament 1986 Girls Golf Season First Place won won won won won won won won won won won First place First place Regina Dominican — first Lockport Central — second Edwardsvillc — third This year the girl’s golf team had a “fantastic season” according to their coach, Mr. Gerber. The team finished the season with a record of 13-0-1 (the tie being with Lafayette). He said that this great season was due to a “four year dedication of the seniors.” That four year dedication is evident with their record of making All-Area four years in a row, and placing 2nd in the state in the 1986-87 season. Sara Hepler, a graduating senior planning to attend Kansas University in the fall, was voted as the team’s Most Valuable Player (MVP), player with lowest average, and team leader. Lee Ann Vandiver, a Junior, was voted as the Most Improved Player (MIP). 162Left to Right, Front Row: Brett Newton, David Hyten, Jay Back Row: Scott Weber, Paul Worthcy, Chris Scheibal, Tom Hepler, Parrish Lowry, Sam Scheibal. Mike Calvo. Zupanci, Kris Anderson, Scott Florini. CONGRATULATIONS GUYS!!! dd O C J O O r1 Coached by Dick Gerber, the 1986-1987 Tiger Boy’s Golf Team has a record of 25 wins and 0 losses. Our amazing team won all invita-tionals they attended, including the Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, the Quincy, and the Regional and Sectional invitationals. In the past 18 years the Boy’s Golf Team has gone to state competition 12 times, and this year our team placed 12th. The Most Valuable and Lowest Average Award went to Chris Scheibal, the Most Improved Award was awarded to Jay Hepler, and Daniel Evans received the Sportsmanship Award. 163According to Coach Dennis Joyce, the 1987 Boys Tennis season was very rewarding, with good camaraderie between himself and the players. Coach Joyce said that he, “really enjoyed going out there with those guys. It wasn’t like a job or chore, it was a lot of fun. It was a pleasure being associated with such fine people.” The Most Valuable Player was Larry Brown, and Alex Kropp received the Tiger Spirit Award. The team motto was, “Take two and hit to right.” The team quote was, “It’s just a part of the game.” won — Edwardsville vs. Cahokia lost — Edwardsville vs. Alton won — Edwardsville vs. Granite City won — Edwardsville vs. Centralia won — Edwardsville vs. Jerseyville won — Edwardsville vs. Cahokia lost — Edwardsville vs. Highland lost — Edwardsville vs. Metro East Lutheran won — Edwardsville vs. Roxanna lost — Edwardsville vs. Belleville Althoff won — Edwardsville vs. Roxana lost — Edwardsville vs. Collinsville lost — Edwardsville vs. O’Fallon won — Edwardsville vs. Mascoutah Sectional — Fourth Place on Z Z H H cn o Cfl 164 Back Row: Jim Van Ordcn, Chris Byron, Jesse Allen, Alex Front Row: Akira Sato, Jason Sawyer, Joe Mchranfar, Dean Kropp, Jim Beck, Bill Swiecicki, Gregorio Martin, Martin Ihr, Savoca, Dave Hyten, Robin Boehm, James Gardiner, Larry Mark Dunnagan, Andre Vuagniaux, Coach Dennis Joyce. Brown, Greg Organ.Standing: Chris Roney, Mamie McCarthy, Kim Evola, Erin Hunter, Kristin Halsey, Nicole Wydra, Amy Hart, Shelia Tor-ing, Kristin Richardson, I aura Lcwin, Coach Jackson, Karen Garbe, Nancy McEnary, Monica McCarthy, Gina Reeves, Rachel Symanski, Jennifer Thcrien, Laura Wcgrzyn, Debbie Jacobcr, Kelli Sommers. H W 2 5 The 1987 girls tennis season ended with a record of 7 wins and 6 losses. Top scorer Gina Reeves won 7 and lost 6 matches. After placing third in the Sectional Doubles Tournament, Rachel Symanski and Jennifer Therien went on to state where they were defeated. OPPONENT SCORE RECORD Highland 4-3 Lose Granite City 6-1 Win Alton Marquette 4-3 Lose Belleville West 7-0 Lose O’Fallon Jerseyville Roxana Belleville East Mascoutah Collinsville Roxana Belleville AlthofT Alton Woodriver Alton 7 WINS AND 6 LOSSES ♦default 6-1 Lose 7-0 Win 6-1 Win 7-0 Lose RAIN RAIN 7-0 Win 6-1 Win 7-0 Lose 4-3 Win 4-3 Win D D 165Cross Country, under the coaching of Mr. Price, had a commendable season. The Edwardsville Invitational stood out and above the rest, and with 138 points total, the two best individual awards went out to Doug Gilbert and Tisha Spiller. Kevin Abernathy, Dan Block, Seth Burgett, Eric Cremer, Jim Dupurcur, Andy Ferguson, Doug Gilbert, Stephan Homberger, Jim Musch. Joe NicolussiStanding: Coach Bud Vallino, Carlos Wilson, Pat Foege, Rob Kneeling: Aaron Suess, Craig Zude, Pat Bums, Adam Lynn, Harris, Rohan Johnson, Dave Sherrod, Marc Tuttle, Matt Tony Lockett, Rick Soloman. Schaefer, Coach Wolk. Though a disappointing season, this year’s Varsity Basketball team has many good prospects for the future. This year’s record was 3-21 with there being three sophomores, two juniors, and three seniors as the starting players. The leading scorer was Aaron Suess with leading rebounder being Rob Harris. The competition was tough playing the larger schools of the metropolitan area. The three seniors leaving the basketball team are: Pat Burns, Rohan Johnson, and Carlos Wilson. David Scherrod, Rob Harris, Marc Tuttle, Matt Schaefer, Pat Foege, Tony Locket, and Aaron Suess prospects for the next year. 168- ca H w CO c CO PC (Z3 O OS — p z ◄ (A) o co Back Row: Coach Wolk, Matt Schaefer, Marc Tuttle, Dave Front Row: Craig Zude, Darrin Nelson, Tony Lockett, Adam Sherrod, Rob Harris, Pat Foege, Jim Guscwelle, Tony Lynn, Rick Solomon, Aaron Sucss. Marghcrio, Coach Vallino. Back Row: Coach Tom Pile, Neil Strader, Tom Price, Gerald Front Row: Mike Cross, John Bramhall, Andy Bums, Craig Bradford, Kevni Paur, Deveron Reising, Steve Scherflf, Greg Schmidt, Tim Funkhouser, Steve Flowers, Mark Little. Morrison. The Junior Varsity Basketball team had an exceptional season with a record of 12-6. This young team consisted of only two juniors and ten sophomores. This team was led by Matt Schaefer, leading scorer; and David Scherrod who was leading rebounder. The spirit award went to Rick Solomen, an outstanding junior. This young team looks as if to have a great future outlook. The 1986-87 Freshman boys basketball season was a very highly successful season, according to Coach Tom Pile, with a record of 25-15. Out of those fifteen losses, eleven of them were lost by a three point margin. Coach Pile felt that his team, “played as competitively as possible considering that the average height was 5'8".” “This demonstrates that when a team wants to work and practice hard, they can win even though the players are out-sized,” added Pile. According to Coach Pile, for most of the season, Mark Little and Tim Funkhouser started at guards, while Neil Strader and Tom Price were forwards. Center position was shared by three individuals depending on who practiced and played the best. The three centers were Gerald Bradford, Kevin Paur, and Deveron Reising. Coach Pile feels that this was one of the most rewarding seasons he has coached in sixteen years because of the attitudes and the great determination of the freshman boys. 170“This is the fastest, best-shooting team. It is outstanding and has broken many records — both as a team and as individuals. This season has been the best ever, with the most wins and least losses. The team has been hard working, making the season profitable.” — Coach Sharon Petty Kneeling: Twanda Branson. Michelle Schaefer, Jenny Wiemers. Amy Nelson. Denise Isenburg. Lisa Buckley, Jamie Schwear. Standing: Coach Sharon Petty, Jenny Hays (Manager), Sara Schrieber, Tami Dorsey. Missy Schaefer, Julie Slemer, Cara Eden, Stacey Weakley (Manager). Girls Varsity Basketball Record 23-7 Edwardsville — Bellville East 65-47 Edwardsville — Bellville West 60-63 Edwardsville — Granite City 94-31 Edwardsville — Cahokia SI -26 Edwardsville — Highland 86-72 Edwardsville — Collinsville 64-40 Edwardsville — Litchfield 64-65 Edwardsville — Lincoln 45-64 Edwardsville — .Alton 82-48 Edwardsville — Mehlville 85-32 Edwardsville — Ursaline 77-54 Edwardsville — Parkway West 69-55 Edwardsville — Althoff 64-40 Edwardsville — Roxanna 85-61 Edwardsville — Hazelwood West 76-44 Edwardsville — Cahokia 77-29 Edwardsville — Nashville 58-52 Edwardsville — Greenville 73-65 Edwardsville — Highland 65-73 Edwardsville — Riverview 79-30 Edwardsville — Brussels 69-61 Edwardsville — AlthofT 61 -43 Edwardsville — Carlyle 65-58 Edwardsville — Madison 71 -40 Edwardsville — Mascoutah 33-42 Edwardsville — Roxanna 81 -42 Edwardsville — T had 61 -56 Edwardsville — Jerseyville 53-41 Edwardsville — Lincoln 45-63 172Kneeling: Tricia Goebel, Melissa Goflf, Lisa Buckley, Standing: Coach Sharon Petty, Deanna Meyer, Jamie Schwear, Courtney Ward, Tracey Onley. Michelle Sparks, Dawn Boedeker, Sara Schrieber, Julie Kanning, Twanda Branson, Stacey Weakley (Manager). Front Row: Tracy Brooks, Carrie Chariton, Shelley Koelker, Tina Hall, Cindy Reilly. Back Row: Tonya Coughlin, Jan Hendricks, Beth McClellan, Traci Onley, Jenny Bauer, Kristen Halsey, Coach Sharon Petty. The freshman girls basketball team showed an outstanding outlook for the future, even though their record ended at 6-7. The high scorers who helped to lead this team were Deanna Meyer and Trade Onley. E’ville 16 Mascoutah 40 E’ville 16 Granite City 20 E'ville 14 Cahokia 13 E’ville 25 Triad 23 E’ville 32 Rivervicw Gardens 11 E'ville 12 Mascoutah 40 E’ville 33 Triad 32 E’ville 27 Alton 22 E’ville 21 Belleville East 31 E’ville 30 AlthofT 21 E’ville 19 Belleville West 33 E’ville 22 Collinsville 36 E’ville 36 Riverview Gardens 43 174o z 3 H cn Top: Coach Winkle, Marcus Adkins, Ed Hess, Paul Svoboda, Coach Stahlhut. Next Row: Carrie Frcitag, Corey Henry, Tom Zupanci, Bill Johnson, Bill Noud, Amy Hess. Next Row: Jeff Farley, Rob Werden, Andy Ferguson, Trevon Williams, Ronzell Williams. Bottom: Jerry Holt, Tom Duckworth, Marty Evans, Steve Miller, Rich Dunnavant, Brian Tutka. Varsity Wrestling Record Roxana Lost 18-39 Jcrseyvillc Won 56-11 Carbondale Won 36-27 Centralia Won 34-22 Granite City Lost 18-41 Jcrseyvillc Won 46-16 Mascoutah Won 40-21 Bcthalto Won 39-28 Parkway South Lost 28-35 B'Villc West Lost 23-40 Wood River Won 35-20 Herrin Won 41-21 Collinsville Won 25-22 Triad Won 42-26 Maplewood Won 38-24 O’Fallon Won 39-13 Riverview Won 32-30 Quincy Lost 25-35 Cahokia Lost 20-42 Murphysboro Won 28-27 Mt. Verson Won d3-16 Hazelwood West Lost 23-28 Sparta Won 69-0 Wood River Won 43-16 E. St. Louis Won 33-22 Jacksonville Won 48-12 AlthofT Won 39-17 E. St. Louis Line. Won 30-27 Record — 21-7 176JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING Top: Andy Reinking, Steve McGauley, Karl Weber, JefT Helle, Mark Trone, Chris Hiscox, Randy Loucks. Chad Little. Next Row: Mary Beth Richards, Beth McClellan, Jason Weber, Craig Hindeland, Wade Schuerman, James Dupureur, Lisa Baugh. Next Row: Dan Carter, Jim Mersinger, Kyle Burress, Dave Harsh, Chris Pegg, Brandon Simmons, Julian Rey, JefT Meyer. Bottom: Billy Slemer, Dean Ackman, Jim Bratten, Larry Freitag. Wrestling JV Record Roxana Won 50-18 Jerseyvillc Won 55- 9 Carlinville Won 65- 6 Litchfield Won 52- 6 AlthofT Won 60-19 B'Ville W. Won 38-20 E. St. Louis Line. Won 36-27 O'Fallon Won 41-17 B'Ville W. Won 40-21 O'Fallon Won 43-22 Hazelwood West Won 48-20 FROSH WRESTLING RECORD Freshman Record (Wrestling) B'Ville East Lost 21-42 B'Ville West Lost 26-39 O'Fallon Won 36-30 Hazelwood West Lost 16-47 178Q Z ( i o CQ Row One: Kevin Hawkins, EV Saverson, Earnell Branson, Ty Howton. RenattoCarr, Leon Nelson. Row Two: Jason Schmidt. Mar-jock Fenner, Dan Farmer, Marcus Adkins, Demond Hunt, Dwight Hudson, David Brown. Row Three: Coach Winston Brown, James Denue, Julian Smart, Doug Gilbert, Eric Cremer, Steve SchcrlT, Bob Horton, Craig White. Row Four: Coach Bill Collman. Will Summers, Carlos Wilson, Kris Kershaw. Doug Allen, Rob Harris, Jason Sobkowski, Jamil Jackson. Row One: Amy Bruce, Melissa GofT, Christy Ruyle, Colette Boyd, Shawn Atkins, Tisha Spillcr. Kara Barton. Mamie McCarthy. Row Two: Stephanie Rogir. Angie Schlucter, Trixie Wallace, Liana Fish, C'hristina Perozzi, Nicole Shipp. Latonia Kinder, Jan Hendricks. Jocelyn Travis. Row Three: Coach John Dean. Wendy Moore, Rhonda Roth, Esta Saverson. Jenny Looney, Christabette Johnson. Stacey Weakley, Jill Schmidt, Sherri Flannagan. Both the Girls and Boys Track Teams have had great seasons this year. One member of the Girls team called this season the best that the team has had in a long time, and feels that the team will only get better. Coach John Dean chose not to release the season record or any statistics this year because his team records were stolen and he did not want to slight anyone. Senior Doug Allen, one of the four year veterans of the Boys team said, “This year was a good year for the Seniors on the team, but everyone contributed to make this year successful and enjoyable for all involved.” 180fa - CO H fa O cn Front Row: Lori Kovarik, Jamie Schwear, Carrie Hanson, Sherri Schaeffer, Amy Stoeklin, Kim Seals. Back Row: (Coach) Ms. Hytcn, Courtney Ward, Renee Stahlhut, Anne Dickman, Michelle Hayes, Shawn Hellinger, Christy Bough, Jenny Smith. The Varsity Softball Team ended a trying season with a 7-16 record. The weakness in overall hitting led to 8 losses by only one run. Shawn Hellinger led the team in batting averages and was the most consistent player overall. This prospective young team had only two starting seniors, two juniors and five sophomores. The sophomore pitcher, Lori Kovarik, won five games with a respective E.R.A. of 4.01. The Junior Varsity team ended the season with an outstanding record of 11-4. 184185TIGERS TIGERS TIGERS tigers T glrs tigers U ?aV TOT. Tikrs JTIG?RS '!DEP- TOTS TIGERS 1 Front Row: Stacy St. John, Diane Delaney, Mary Beth Richards, Jill Smith, Jenny Little, Cheryl Ahrens, Jamie Stack. Back Row: Ms. Mezzano, Shelby Chapman, Tonya Coughlin, Trade Onley, Cheri Mulach, Danielle Denue, Cheryl Bockstruck, Ms. Hyten. Not Pictured: Rhonda Saddler.The 1986-87 Swim Team, coached by Ann Gregor did a great job this year. The team consisting of seven swimmers, enters competition at sectional level, and after the sectionals advance to state if the swimmers qualify. This year two swimmers, Michele Hinton, and Randy Roth, qualified for State. Randy, a senior, with the 100 breaststroke and 100 butterfly has qualified for State twice. Michele, a junior, with the 200 individual medley has qualified three times. Front Row: Randy Roth, Michelle Hinton, Richard Thompson. Back Row: Sarah Ziegler, Erin Celuch, Shannon Moss, Elizabeth Spencer. STATE QUALIFIERS: Michelle Hinton, Randy Roth SENIOR SWIMMERS: Richard Thompson, Sara Ziegler, Randy Roth (Z) k-N 2 H 2 m H H M o G r NN 2 w » in O m H z o Pd m- 03 W to 03 First Row: Tom Price, Gary Bums, Aaron Suess. Second Row: Jim Bush, Doug McBricr, Adam Lynn, Tom Fayollatt, John Bailey, Fred Kolcsa. Third Row: Chris Hosto, Bob Zoelzer, Craig Bollman, Tim Funkhouscr, Tony Lockett. Fourth Row: Mark Ringering. Mike Long, Marc Tuttle, Blake Hilla, Dan Meyer, Paul Abcrlc, Mr. Pile (COACH). Catcher STARTING LINE-UF Blake Hilla (Jr.) .303 First Base Mike Long (Sr.) .260 Second Base Gary Bums (Jr.) .279 Shortstop Adam Lynn (Soph.) .295 Third Base Tony Lockett (Jr.) .410 Left Field John Bailey (Jr.) .235 Center Field Tom Fayollatt (Sr.) .413 Right Field Mark Ringering (Sr.) .409 Pitchers: Paul Aberle (Sr.) 11-1 Adam Lynn (Soph.) 6-2 Marc Tuttle (Soph.) 5-0 Dan Meyer (Sr.) 5-3 The E’ville Tiger’s Varsity Baseball team had an excellent season this spring. The team had a final record of 29 wins and only 6 losses. The team was listed as number one in the entire St. Louis metro-area at the end of the regular season. The team was led offensively by three hitters: Senior, center-fielder Tom Fayollatt batted .413; Junior, third baseman Tony Lockett batted .410; and Senior, right-fielder Mark Ringering batted .409. Also offensively, Mark Ringering set a career record of 15 homeruns and Tony Fayollatt set a career record of 84 stolen bases this season. In pitching. Senior Paul Aberle tied the school record of 11 victories in a season. He finished with a record of 11-1. Dan Meyer, also a senior, had 5 victories and sophomore Adam Lynn had 6 victories. 1881891-1 - PQ W m PQ Z ◄ s cc w OP Pm Q Z w OP O s o ffl Pm o C 5 190 First Row: Brain McAllister, Curt Currier. Second Row: Craig Zudc, Dave Jones, Blake Burrus, Darin Nelson, Jeff Duncan, Tom Dcttcinc. Third Row: Brent Davis, Jim Merrit, Tony Ponce, Dave Riley, John Pile. Fourth Row: Jim Wilson, Rob McNally, Tony Marghcrio, Derik Ford, Chad Little, Jeff Carroll, Dave Schumacher (COACH). First Row: Robb Hunter, Kevin Acre, Mike Calvo, Neil Strader. Second Row: Steve Flowers, Rich Dunnavant, Mark Little, Tim Funkhouser, Jim Bramhall, Danny Carter. Third Row: Brain Shannon, Tim Knect, Brain McNeil, Jim Boeser, Otcz Hudson. Fourth Row: Greg Morrison, Darin Dunnavant, Chris Hiscox, Cameron Turner, Rob, Phil Calhoun, Gree Wolk (COACH).191riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 [987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 o 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 o 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 z 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER N 5 riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 J HH 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER O HTGER 1987 TIGER 1987 z 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER cn riGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER .»There were more than 100 applicants for the yearbook staff. Mrs. Moore, the sponsor, chose the most qualified, dedicated, and talented people to be on the 1986-87 yearbook staff. According to Mrs. Moore, “This year’s book is going to be the best one EHS has ever had.” Mrs. Moore is planning on having a banquet in the spring to recognize the editors and other dedicated staff members and to finish the year off right. The editors on this year’s staff are: Betty Hart-zel, Editor-in-Chief; Elizabeth Spencer, Managing Editor; Kim Johnson, Photography Editor; Meaghan Shane, Copy Editor; Cyndi Trueman, Assistant Copy Editor; Kristen Dieterich, Business Manager; Barbara Bloemker, Assistant Business Manger; Tish Wurl, Layout Editor; and Cheryl Golisch, Assistant Layout Editor. H in C O 194 Sixth Row: Lynn Wisnasky, Michelle Lentz, Keni Uhe, ChcrylGolisch, Tish Wurl. Fifth Row: Jenny Trebing, Alexis Tharp, Dottie Martin, Michele Attey, Bonita Hyde, Yvette Hairson. Fourth Row: Sara Stemler, Cyndi Trueman, Kristen Dieterich, Missy Morris, Barbara Bloemker. Third Row: Amy Meyer, Lori Kuether, Rachel Symanski, Angie Schlueler, Betty Hartzel. Second Row: Lori Warren, Kim Johnson, Shervin Karimpour, Meaghan Roberts, Matt Hillman, Carrie Fisher. First Row: Katie Augustine, Angie Schwartz-kopf, Jamie Stack, Lynn Keil, Jeff Bares, Gina Grieser, Mrs. Moore — Advisor.This year’s yearbook staff is a group of hardworking, dedicated people. The pressures of making deadlines, organizing pages, writing interesting copy and just doing a great job is what makes the TIGER Yerbook a challenging and fun job. Under a new sponsor, Mrs. Leilani Garrett-Moore, this year’s group was motivated to do the best job yet on a yearbook. Our staff learned a lot this year about what it takes to produce a good yearbook, and after attending a camp over the summer, the staff will be ready to do an even better job. Thank you Mrs. Moore for supporting and understanding us. We’re looking forward to a great ’87-’88 yearbook!! Bottom Row Betty Hartzcl (EDITOR), Liz Spencer (MNG. EDITOR), Carrie Fischer (SENIOR SECTION). Middle Row: Kim Johnson (PHOTO EDITOR), Meggie Roberts (COPY EDITOR), Cyndi Trueman (ASST. COPY EDITOR). Top Row: Michele Attey (BUS. MGR.), Tish Wurl (LYT. EDITOR), Kristen Dietrich (ASST. BUS. MGR.). H c5 w w X 03 o o CZ) H 195This year’s exchange students are seven nice and friendly people from five different countries. Gregorio Martin, for instance, is a friendly guy from Madrid. Spain, who was active in the Spanish Club, played on the tennis team, and practiced with the soccer team although he could not play in the games. Diego Alonso-Lashcras is also from Madrid, Spain. He is talkative, outgoing.and intelligent and participated in the Chess Club, Model United Nations, Student Council, French Club, and portrayed “Gladhand” in the school’s production of West Side Story. Jyrki lhatsu is visiting from Helsinki, Finland. Jyrki participated in Cross-Country running, weight-lifting, and also played on a roller-skating hockey team. He is by nature an outgoing person who likes to meet new people and sec places. Jyrki said that his year in the U.S. “has been very rewarding and enjoyable.” and he hopes that one day he can return here. Marie Daris from France and Martin Ihr from Sweden were two more exchange students. Marie was only here for three months, but Martin was here long enough to be involved in a few school activities. Martin played Varsity Tennis, Intramural floor hockey, and Varsity Soccer. Soccer Coach Fran Dwyer described Martin as having great finesse and skill on the soccer field. Hanna Kastcl, while not an exchange student, is here from Karlstad, Sweden to live with her family for two years. Hanna said that she is looking forward to summer so that she and her family can travel around our country. The last exchange student is Julian Rcy from Buchoramanga, Columbia. Julian is a really nice guy who was a Junior Varsity Wrestler this year.First Row: Anna Harris, Diane Elfrink, Carrie Pomeroy, Michele Shaheen, Angie Ohren, Vanda Chomhirun, Erin Bardon. Second Row: Debbie Harris, Corey Holshouscr, Erin Hamilton, Liza Dccotcau, Debbie Funkhouser, Stacy St. John, Sheri Ammon, Melanie Hooks, Stacy Elledge. Third Row: Kirsten Barber, Amy Werden, Beth Gersman, Steve Gnojewski, Wendy Moore. Diego Alonso-Lashcras, Rob Brickncr, Kevin Shashack. Fourth Row: Mike Hildebrand, Brian Oberdick, Wendy Campbell, Shawn Grubb, Kenny Huddleston, Eric Carlson, Jenny Murphy, Patty Wickham, Jessica Blaske. Fifth Row: Paige Brase, Marty Moore, Michele Garde, Jenny Conroy, Dianna Boner, Liz Spencer, Erin Celuch. Sixth Row: Missy Morris, Tammy Hacking, Tona Arth, Tim Baker, Paul Williams, Matt Hillman, Andy Brown, John Wertz. Seventh Row: Candi Peterson, Amy Hart, Shellcc Mahlandt, Bob Murphy, Rhonda Rinaldi, Kelly Lodwig, Cindy Davis, Jenni Fischer. Eighth Row: Rich Thompson, Bill Noud, Mark Frey. Q r First Row: Michele Shaheen, Angie Ohren, Marty Moore. Second Row: Carrie Pomeroy, Debbie Funkhouser, Debbie Harris, Diane Elfrink. Third Row: Wendy Moore, Tim Baker, Tammy Hacking, Mark Frey. Fourth Row: Rob Brickner, Bob Murphy, Kelly Lodwig, Wendy Campbell. Fifth Row: Brian Oberdick, Rich Thompson, Shawn Grubb, Kenny Huddleston. OFFICERS H X H in 2 z OFFICERS: Debbie Funkhouser — President Tim Baker— Historian Mark Frey — Scribe The Edwardsville High School Drama Club supports theater arts at a secondary level. The drama club members attend theatrical festivals and workshops during the year. By attending these events, the members gain more knowledge about the theater. A student can become a thespian by participating in two major high school productions. It is an honorary membership. A thespian gives 100 percent of his or her time to theatrical productions. Seven new members were inducted this year. The thespians are eligible for acting awards and backstage awards. 197A cast and crew of 145 E.H.S. students worked for two months. Their goal was to do the best they possibly could, and they did! Due to dedication, supporting spirit and sweating hard work. West Side Story proved itself to be a smashing success. Mrs. Woodard stepped in as director when Mrs. Mainer fell ill during the first weeks of production, and did a fine job. Mrs. Thompson took care of many details and technicalities and supported everyone throughout the two and a half months from tryouts to opening night. The leads were: Tony, Richard Thompson; Maria, Lisa DeCoteau; and Anita was played by Kelly Lodwig. The backup cast which consisted of The Jets and Sharks; Jet and Shark Girls were chosen for their ability to dance and sing. Their movements and dances were choreographed by Mrs. Suzanne Riddle. The production staff consisted of a number of teachers, Tona Arth, Student Director and Rebecca Sackville-West, Asst. Student Director, both of whom worked with Mrs. Woodard and the cast beautifully.PRODUCTION STAFF The set had a minimalist feel to it and was constructed of scaffolding in the foreground, a city skyline on the backdrop and a dais at center stage. That doesn't sound like much but with the excellent staging and changes in decoration for various scenes the set worked well. West Side Story was the only theatrical production at E.H.S. for the 1986-87 school year and could be compared to Godspell and Equus in it’s quality. Choreography..................Mrs. Suzanne Riddle Vocal Music............................Mr. Gerald Bradley Orchestra.............................Mr. Richard Rogers Production Manager Mrs. Marion Thompson Technical Director................Mr. Jim Jackson Asst. Technical Director..........Mr. DaveTissier Rehearsal Accompanist............Mrs. Vera Parkin Stage Manager.....................Mr. Mark Frey House Manager Mr. Rob Brickner Student Director.....................MissTonaArth Asst. Student Director.......Becky Sackville-West Directed by Mrs. Winifred WoodardThe Model United Nations, sponsored by Mr. Nunes, is an organization created to allow high school students the experience of working as a member of a delegation to the United Nations. The students involved gain an insight to the working of the UN and the amount of work necessary to be involved in World politics. The assembly of Model UN is held at McKendree College in Lebanon, Illinois, and runs for two days, but the research and preparation for the assembly takes two or three months. The Literary Magazine, sponsored by Mrs. Head, is a collection of student poetry, short stories, essays, selected cartoons, and basically anything creative. The magazine, put out in May, is mainly a student activity with only a little direction, guidance, and help from Mrs. Head. All decisions are made by the student staff members and editors: Melanie Hooks and Wayne Frazer; all of artwork, drawings, and various forms of literature are student written. Melanie Traxler, Andy Sackville-4elodic Wilson. Row Two: Kyle Row One: West, Jonathon Burrus, Vanda Chomiriftif , . ... . T Baker. Maureen Floe.er. R V ' n . .. x , . J. Russell. Tom Duckworth. Tom Jacobcr, Andy - ,l7Lonf Frir Holshouscr. Brad Blumenstock. Row Four Ian Gibbins. Jim Beck, Monica McCarthy, Denise Molina. JefT Meyer. Row Five: David Clarkin, Carrie Fisher. Debbie Funkhouser. Diego Alonso-Lashcras. Kirsten Barber. Row Six: Eric Cramer. Eric Wolf. Collin Reckman. Dan Werner. Row Seven: Darren Duvall. Kurt Enhausen. Tom Clarkin. Jim Nelson. Row 1: Scott Nyergcs, Wayne Frazer, Jr. Row 2: Darren DuVall, Annabel Holland, Stacy Elledgc. Row 3: Melanie Hooks, Vanda Chomhiron, Tim Baker. 200The chess team, sponsored by Mr. Hindelang, is in its fifteenth year at EHS. The group, which plays interscholastic chess, had a record of four wins and zero losses for the first semester. The team meets early December through the end of March. The team competes against St. Louis area schools. Its biggest competitors are the talented and intelligent students from Ladue. This year, the team hopes to make it to the playoffs. The main competitors are Ron Ho, Dave Brinkman, Dave Clarkin, Andy Ferguson, Eric Dettmer, Tony Lin, and Kelly Sullinger. The Computer Club introduces students who have had little or no experience with computers. Mrs. Powell sponsors the club, which is part of the Apple Computer Clubs International, and has existed for three years. Top: Mr. Hindeland. Middle: Darren Duvall, Rich Hauschild, Eric Dettmer. Bottom: Andy Sackvillc-West, Dave Clarkin, Ron Ho. Mr. Hindelang, Ellen Luan. Row 2: Wayne Frazer, Rich Hauschild, Eric Dettmer. Row 3: Dave Clarkin, Ron Ho. n o ej H M W n r c eo Z o n as tZ) n r c 00 201French Club, which is sponsored by both Mrs. Russel and Mrs. Woodard, is simply a club for those who enjoy French and want to learn more than just grammar. French club contributes to the International Dinner, takes field trips to St. Genivieve and other historic French sites in the area. Every other year many of the French students go to France for ten days to experience the French life style and use their language. The German Club is an organization for those who are enthusiastic about the language. This club does activities such as constructing a homecoming float, organizing the International Dinner, and selling Gummi Bears. Run by Mr. Meister, the club is an enlightening experience. Z X w u X O w o D O z - z s X o FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Debbie Harris — Vice-President Mark Frey — President Susan Holdcrrcad — Secretary GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS Linda Fnssc — President Amy Ziegler — Vice-President Ellen Luan — Secretary Stacy Ellcdgc — Treasurer SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Andy Byron — President Monica McCarthy — Vice-President Suzanne Michel — Secretary David Peel — Treasurer 202The Spanish Club is for anyone that has an interest in Spanish. In 1986-87 they had nearly sixty members. The main fundraisers are done in October and November. They had their fall bake sale and participated in the International Dinner which is joined by the French and German Clubs. When a disaster occurs in Spain, the money that has been earned is used to help the unfortunate victims. The meetings are once a month and during the Spring they have guest speakers. In 1987 their guest speakers were a young couple from Paraguay. Every year our last event ususally is taking the senior members out to eat, which is around 30 students. Hope to see you this year! Row 1: Yvette Hairiston, Stcphania Range, Betty Hartzel, Debbie Funkhouscr, Debbie Harris, Madame Russel. Row 2: Tina Trettcr, Jenny Bcrcnds, Diego Alonso-Lashcras, Carrie Fisher, Elizabeth Holderrcad, Susan Holderread, Mark Frey, Shawn Grubb, Liza Decotcau. Row 3: Atiya Hakeem, Kristen Barber, Lisa Ripper, Rachel Symanski, Jenny Conroy, Dionna Boner, Amy HufT, Corey Holshouscr, Erin Hamilton, Diane Elfrinkc, Madame Woodard. Row 4: Annabels Holland, James Dupurcur, Jenny Johnson, Kristi Wolf, Kendra Kopcl. Andy Curran, Jeff Bares, Becky Sackville-Wcst, Cathy Lumma, Phyllis Khuu. Row 5: Liz Spencer, Renee Sexton, Jill Nabc, Shelly Moline, Linda Brewster. Anna Harris. Row 6: Paige Brasc, Tammy Ballard, Julie Harlan. Sheila Cusick, Jennifer Unger. Angela Brimer. Row 7: Michelle Roberts, Julie Hocnstein, Chcron Guyton. First Row: C. J. Reckman, Skip Schilling, Tom Clark, James Unger. Second Row: Brad Blumenstock, Adrian Klingel, Darren Duvall. Third Row: Kevin Shashack, Jon Bowen, Robert Brickner, Gocff Freymuth, Tim Knecht. Fourth Row: Gary Nicholas, Tara Klusker, Janice Henson, Lynn Henry, Lori Torini, Melanie Wilson. Fifth Row: Stacy St. John, Will Smith, Ginny Wilhour, Keni Uhc, John Wertz. Sixth Row: Stacy Elledge, Linda Frisse, Ellen Luan, Amy Ziegler, Annabell Holland, Vanda Chomimn. Seventh Row: Jackie Hamilton, Kirsti Rogers, Herr Meister. Row One: Mr. River, Monica McCarthy, SuzanrnTMiCTTetr-Mrs. Thompson, David Peel, Jean Hansel, Melanie Hooks. Row Two: Mr. Dwyer, Jane Harper, Tanya Fisher, Linda Marinko, Angie Cluster, Amy Werdcn. Row Three: Angie Schleuter, Rae Sharp. Christina Johnson, Linda Brewster, Rachel Darnell, Atiya Hakeem, Rcnae Crabtree, Rhonda Saddler, Michele Attey, Jenny Murphey, Gregorio Martin, Tom Jacobcr, Andy Schwartzkopf, Craig Stewart. Row Four Darren DuVall, Amy Jackson, Gina Grieser. Row Five: Beth Alford, Kendra Kopel, Chris Martin, Knstcn Decker, Lynn Keil, Stephanie Knect, Jonathon Bower, Tom Clarkin. Curt Enhausen. Row Six: Kristen Wolf, Sarah Chapman, Shawna Yates, Enn Celuch. Shaura Ross, Bonita Hyde. Row Seven: Bill Noud, Rich Thompson. O XJ w o r z o o w n 00 m 203■craws S.A.D.D. was founded at EHS in 1983. Students Against Drunk Drivers is a valuable part of E’Ville’s awareness of drinking, driving and dying. They sponsored the second annual Alcohol Awareness Week this year the week of Prom. They sponsored dances, a door contest, pizza and ice-cream parties as promotions. On the whole, SADD has done a good job of making EHS aware of the dangers of driving drunk. First Row: Erin Bardon, John Wertz, Jenny Fanning, Sarah Stemler, Mike Stanley. Second Row: Stacy Kovarik, Kathy Jenkins, Lynnette Leopold, Linda Brewster. Third Row: Phyllus Khuu, Katie Augustine, Kelly Towcll, Lynne Henry, Gina Grieser. Back Row: Lisa Buckley, Cindy Davis, Lori Torrini, Jessica Blaske, Kathy Ferguson. Sponsors: Doris Dankenbring (left), and Sherry Skelton (right). OFFICERS NOT PICTURED President — Lori Torrini (back row — center) Vice President — Stacy Kovarik (middle row — left) Secretary — Linda Brewster (middle row — right) Treasurer — Katie Augustine (front center) Sponsors: Sherry Skelton Doris Dankenbring Monica McCarthy Eric Hoshouscr Matt Holshouser Corey Holshouser Brandon Simmons David Goldcnbaum Melanie Hooks Janis Henson Tricia Goebel Jenny Gehner Lisa Raymond Carrie Freitag Yvonne Lowe Mike Hildebrand John Rafelle Laura Hillmam Chris Lewis Missy Morris James Depurer Linda Frisse Craig Stewart Jenny Murphey Cheryl Thomas Jennie Bauer Vanda Chromium Stacy El ledgeMr. DeToye has a good thing going here. The Art Seminar classes require both creativity and a little self discipline. In these classes students work on their own with just a bit of guidance from Mr. DeToye. Art Seminar provides E.H.S. with an annual exposition of the works by the seniors, and an egg drop display which should remain in more than a few memories. Niki Bautsch, Ed Beyer, Scott Bianco, Angi Bland, Chris Brammeier, Dana Brase, Portia Brown, Mary Beth Broyles, Deron Burrus, Andy Byron, Kim Calhoun, Kevin Chartrand, Wendy Cambell, Steve Donclson, Kevin Estrada, Jenny Fclchlin, Paula Felchlin, Vince Gcronimo, Patty Gillham, Tim Glover, Lisa Grezlak, Jeff Guerra, Cheron Guyton, Jackie Hamilton, Priscilla Hammon, Kim Harrick, Chuck Havens, Debbie Hawkins, Dallas Haynes, Matt Hillman, Julia Hilt, George Ihatsu, Jackie Jeffers, Drake Kaase, Greg Knect, Rose Kovar, John Kralcmann, Cathyc Lee, Shcllcc Mahlandt, Lori Marks, Tati Martinez, Monica McCarthy, Darla McCoy, Amy Meyer, Brett Meyer, Jodi Michlitsch, Mike Mick, Karen Mucggcnburg, Matt Mueller, Jim Musch, Eric Nord-hauscr, Carla Opel, Ann Piper, Melody Rankin, Mcggic Roberts, Kirsti Rogers, Angie Schlueter, Lee Schreiber, William Sharp, Sara Shaw, Ramona Sheppard. Beth Sidener, Aunccn Sikes, Jennifer Smith, Tracy Sporrcr, Janet Stoff, Jim Stotts, Wanda Stram, Ron Thorp, Tina Trcttcr, Eric Vanzo, Laura Wcgrzyn, Paul Williams, Jody Wilkinson, Windy Winfield, Julie Woods, Elizabeth Woyckc. Donna Yates, Pam Yehling, Sarah Ziegler 205TIGER VOICE AND STUDENT VENTURE The Voice, sponsored by Mr. Ott, is the monthly edition of the school newspaper. It keeps the student body of Edwardsville High School well informed by events occurring at our school. Students enrolled in Mr. Ott's journalism class runs the newspaper. The main purpose of the Voice is not only to inform the students, but to give journalism students the experience needed to run a newspaper. This year the Voice has a bi-weekly supplement that keeps students up to date. It is called the Bulletin and is produced by five students: Meaghan Shane, Julie Hohenstein, Patty Wickham, Tona Arth, and Jenny Hays. Student Venture is the high school’s equivalent to a church youth group. Except this youth group welcomes students of all religions. According to one member of the group, everyone gets together and discusses different religions and then they go on field trips that delve deeper into their topics of discussion. Top: Travia Walls, Mr. On, Lori Kreuiter, Rhoda Malone. Scott Leonard, Portia Brown, Ray Perkins. Next Row: Paul Mackie, Dawn Peterson, Mary Beth Broyles, Mike‘Grist, Rohan Johnson. Next Row: Meaghan Roberts, Gary Brown, Susan Mosbey, Tona Arth. Mike MacMillan, Next Row: John Kralcman, Kim Johnson, Niki Bautsch, Rhonda Rinaldi, Greg Knccht. Next Row: Patty Wickham. Kari Gullicksrud, Lori Warren, Julie Woods, Misty Gillmorc. Row One: Ian Gibbons. Janice Brock, Sherri Sharp, Barb Cleveland. Row Two: Karen Nurcnburgcr, Kristin Richardson, Jackie Dunn, Rob Werden. Row Three: Suzanne Michel. Debbie Hengehold, Mrs. Powell. Mr. Finley. 206The Library Workers were headed up by Sarah Thompson this year. The students were given class credit for working in the office and the library. The Library Workers at Edwardsville High help the head librarian, Sarah Thompson, to deliver memos and assist the students. All the workers receive one quarter credit for their services, and are a great help to our librarian. Front Row: Mike Hildebrand, Dcna Shearer, Kelly Bullard, Third Row: Bill Slemer, Scot Pingel, Christy Wiedner, Wade Derek Ford. Second Row: Amy Werden, Barbie Dean, Phyllis Schuerman, Charlotte Wclbum, Kim Biliyeau. Fourth Row: Khuu, Chris Jones, Amy Brown, Mike Schmidt. Mrs. Thompson, Lynn Leopold, Candace Farrel.JETS TEAM AND MATH TEAM Mr. Elam, Mr. Bollinger, Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Day, Mr. Hindclang and Mrs. Williams all participated and gave help to the Jets Team. Fourteen students took the Jets Team tests. Each person takes two tests out of these seven catagories: biology, chemistry, phsyics, math, cnglish, computer science, and drafting. There arc three levels of competition. On February 14, they competed against students from the area of Lewis and Clark. March 18 is when they competed against ISU, and the third level is the state contest held at U of I. First Row: Chris Lewis, Sangccta Swamy, David Clarkin, Ron Ho, Gerry Meyer. Second Row: Mary Beth Richards, Peter Bouman, (Honorary Capt.), Carrie Fisher, Sandra Kim, Trish Scerba. Third Row: Cameron Turner, Jennifer Trebing, Ellen Luan, Krisi Steingrabcr, Don Block. Fourth Row: Linda Frissc, Tony Lin, Andy Sackville-West, Kristen Barber, Kristen Wolf. Fifth Row: Mr. Elam, Blair Schwalb, Ben Richards, Eric Wolf. Sixth Row: Atiya Hakeem, Chris McDonald, Eric Dettmcr. Not Pictured: Greg Organ, Dave Hyten, Kevin Hawkins, Mamie McCarthy, Stacy St. John. First Row: Mr. Elam, David Clarkin, Ron Ho, Tony Lin. Second Row: Ben Richards, Eric Dettmcr, Dal Vernon Reising. Third Row. Andy Sackville-West, Atiya Hakeem, Chris McDonald. Fourth Row: Greg Hahn, Gerry Meyer, Dan Block. Fifth Row: Chris Kyro. Not Pictured: Doug Gilbert and Lori Kucther.Twice a year the Student Council sponsors a blood drive through the Red Cross of St. Louis. This gives students who are seventeen years of age and a minimum of 105 lbs., the opportunity and experience of giving blood. Chairpersons for both drives were Beth Gusewelle, Betty Hartzel, Stacy Elledgc and Ellen Luan. GO r o o a oNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honors Society was established in 1921 to honor students who achieve in high school. The standard which the students must meet in order to be inducted into the society are very high. The categories in which their performances are judged are academic achievement, community leadership and character. Membership in the Society is an honor for one’s past achievement and an obligation to continue at that level of achievement. Row I: Tracy Sporrer, Tatiana Martinez, Amy Lynn, Missy Schaeffer, Ed Hess. Row 2: Robyn Vanek, Betty Hartzel, Beth Gusewelle, Debbie Funkhouser, Debbie Harris, Liz Clark. Row 3: Greg Hann, Gerry Meyer, Shawn Grubb, Dawn Brase. Row 4: Randy Roth, Mark Frey, Pat Morrison, Kirsten Barber, Col- len Fields. Row 5: Dan Block, Liza Decoteau, Susan Holder-read, Ben Richards, Monica McCarthy, Lynn Wisansky. Row 6: DalVemon Reising, Mrs. Johannes, Sponsor Carrie Fisher, Andy Byron. Not Pictured: Cathy Forsting, Sandra Kim, Julie Mc-Cleland, Gina Reeves. OFFICERS: Back Row: Carrie Fisher, V.P. 2nd Row: Gerry Meyer, Trcas. Dalvcmon Reising, Pres. Front row; Robyn Vanek, Sec. 210The Edwardsville High School office workers have a number of very important responsibilities which are essential to the efficient operations of our school. Their duties include delivering phone messages, collecting attendance slips, running errands for administrators to Hadley House of the Junior High, delivering disciplinary notes, answering the phones, and typing. Jamie Luckshis, Kcri Bauer, Carrie Chariton, Aaron Gallentin, Lindner, Christy Ezell, Nick Feco, Chris Ahring, Carrie Freitag, Melanie Snow, Darla Breen, Jon Lcady, Todd O'Laughlin, Jen- and Steven J. Miller (not in order) nifer Smith, Scott Pinglc, Pat Miller, Wade Schucrman, Bob 3 o sc g sc 211Student Council is the administration, faculty, and student body working together to provide a better education for students at Edwardsville High School. Students become members by having a petition signed by fellow students. A student can become a member either semester of the school year. Becoming a member of Student Council is strictly voluntary. Members of Student Council organize events such as: school dances, homecoming, assemblies, award banquets, and blood drives. They also run concession stands for football and basketball games and for wrestling meets. c z £ o u H z W Q H cn 212 STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS 9th Grade: Allison Atkinson, Jeannie Bauer, Diana Bleier, Barbara Bloemker, Deana Blumenstock, Amy Bruce, Kristen Dieterich, Patrick Donnelly, Jeni Fanning, Karin Garbe, Steve Gnowjewski, Rob Grosze, Kristen Halsey, Erin Hamilton, Thomas Harvey, Jocelyn Hedlund, Debbie Hill, Carey Holshouser, John Hughes, Amy Larrabce, Lara Lewin, Chris Lewis, Leah Mc-Cance, Mamie McCarthy, Missy McDonough, Toby Meador, Chris Pegg, Christy Phillips, Jennifer Smith, Christine Stambough, Lori Volrab, Heather Wendler, Amy Werden, Julie Wooldridge. 10th Grade: Sheri Ammon, Asagay Barker, Mark Bass, Lias Baugh, Jenny Berends, Kyle Burress, Julie Chandler, Vanda Chomhiron, Tom Clarkin, JennyConroy, Diane Delaney, Emilie Droste, Am-mie DuBau, Darren Duvall, Stacy Elledge, Kim Evola, Loftus Fitzwater, Maureen Floeter, Ceaig Hindelang, Jenny Johnson, Julie Kanning, Cheryl Kirsch, Tara Klucker, Stephanie Knecht, Lara Landin, Ellen Luan, Dana Meek, Cheryl Morton, Cheri Mulach, Amy Pomeroy, Collin Reckman, Stephanie Rogier, Rhonda Roth, Molly Rucks, R.J. Russel, Stacy St. John, Blair Xchalb, Michele Sparks, Angela Stack, Kelli Towell, Amy Ziegler 11th Grade: Tammy Ballard, Shelly Bares, Kellie Baumann, Jim Bell, Tammy Bizaillion, Jason Brewer, Linda Brewster, Keivn Budny, David Clarkin, Nancy Cutler, Eric Cettmer, Deetta Donald, James Duperiur, Tanya Fischer, Aimee Hamilton, Amy Hart, Bonita Hyde, Michelle Jackson, David Johnson, Orlando Jones, Lisa Leardi, Tony Lin, Marty Moore, Wendy Moore, Tawnya Moye-Hogg, Jarid Neuhaus, Brian Ober-dieck, Dristin Richardson, Denise Schumacher, Renee Sexton, Jeff Shannon, Libby Shele, Janell Smart, Rick SUomon, Jamie Talley, Eric Terry, Sheila Toring, Jocelyn Travis, Melanie Traxler, Leslie Tuueman, Lee Vandiver, Bob Werden. 12th Grade: Doug Allen, Diego Alanso-lasheres, Brett Coffey, Tami Dorsey, Lisa Durer, Bill Easie, Carrie Fisher, Bebbie Funkhouser, lan Gibbons, Beth Gusewelle, Yvette Gairston, Beyyy Hartzel, Sara Hepler, Amy Hill, Dandra Kim, Monica McCarthy, Titiana Martinez, Shellee Mahlandt, Jill Pifer, Stephanie Range, Gina Reeves, Edwin Sawyer, Missy Stevenson, Rich Thompson, Eric Vanzo, Lori Warren, Lynn Wisnasky.The Student Senate is an organization of students which acts as a method of communication between the student body and the administration. Senate addresses issues which concern the student body, and which may need to be changed in order to keep the students satisfied with their school. This year the Senate was sponsored by Mrs. Rader and cosponsored by Mr. Dean. Our Speaker of our Senate was Matt Hillman. Speaker of the Senate: Matt Hillman. Speaker Elect: Paul Williams, Senate Recorder: Debbie Funkhouser, MEMBERS: Angie Schluetcr, Lynn Wisnasky, Mike Paulsmcycr, efT Robbins, Mark Frey, Monica McCarthy. Carol Threlkeld, Betty Hartzel, David Evans, Greg Hann, Scott Florini, Tom Zupanci. Amy Hart, Tona Arth, Eric Carlson, Craig White, Larry Brown, Carrie Fisher, Andy Byron, Lee Vandiver, Andrew Ferguson, Kris Anderson, Dal Vernon Reising, Lewis Haines, Susan Holderead. Twanya Moye, Missy Stevenson, Elizabeth Spencer, Mcaghan Roberts. Tim Scheibal, Sandra Kim, Eric Holshouser, Wayne Frazer, Tracy Woll. “Even though we were short of boys 1986-87 year, the A Capella choir sounded very good on its performances. The Girl’s Chorus really improved this year because of the hard work of a good nucleus in the group.” — Gerald Bradley According to Rich Thompson, A Capella choir is, “Good music, good friends, and a good time all in the same class.” A Capella Robing Ceremony — October All-District Jazz Festival — November — Wood River All-District Chorus Festival — November — Carbondale Christmas A Capella and Girl’s Chorus Concert — December All-State Festival (Bill Noud) — January — Peoria A Capella Concert — March State Solo and Ensemble Contest — April Spring Choral Concert — A Capella and Girl’s Chorus — May Front: Maureen Floater. Jocelyn Hedlund. Bonnie Brakane. LaTonia Harmon. Nicole Heflin, Crystal Hill. Shclli Eden, Tia Liston. Middle: Lisa Telford. Trisha McDermott. Kai C larke. Debbie Horvath. Back: Bradley, Wanda Stram. Janet Stoff. Melanie Milton, Norma Davis. Susan McBraycr, Tammy Hacking. Karen Nucnbcrgcr, Janette Holley, Martha Becker, Becky Sackvillc-Wcst, Alvina Kinder, pianist Rcnnac Crabtree. Back Row: Director Gerald Bradley, Janet Price. Katy Meyer, Lori Green, Mindy Hawkins. Angie Ohren, Tara Impennachio. Bill Noud. Michele McDonald. Liza Decoteau, Kelly Lodwie. Kirsten Decker, Kan Gulliksrud. Michele Shaheen Front Row: Diane Elfrink. Melissa Wood. Dawn Bocdcckcr. Rob Bnckner. Richard Thompson. Debbie Harris. Cheryl Thomas, Beth Meyer. Janette Holley, Secretary; Wanda Stram, President; Dcb-bie Horvath, Treasurer; not pictured Gail Gieseking. President — Debbie Harris Vice President — Richard Thompson Secretary — Beth Meyer Treasurer — Dawn Boedecker Pt Bill Noud — All-State Choir O £ n 33 o so CZ5 fc n M r r 215Q £ CP H pe! W U £ o u First Row: Jean Hansel, John Hughes, Craig Wieseman, Jim Goodman, Matt Galli. Second Row: Ron Foster, Andre Williams, Jesse Allen, Scott Brady, Todd Schucrman, Garrett McNally. Third Row: Kevin Paur, Ed Wentz, Jason Dupureur, Matt Hamilton, Scott Veith, Jason Sawyer. Not Pictured: Phil Calhoun, Jim Merritt. First Row: Sarah Dettmer, Paula Kocn, Jennifer Vargo, Mark Weiler, Jennifer Smith, Cassic Thomas, Julie Chandler. Second Row: Latonya Kinder, Tonya Fischer, Paula Kcsper, Christy Phillips, Matt Denue? Stacy Budt, Michele Attv, Sarah Chapman. Third Row: Christol Yancy, Nicole Mayfield, Zipporah Jacks, Wendy Burris, Ida-Marie Schaffer, Debbie Geibie, David Johnson, Lynette Sherman, Danielle Dcnue, Melissa Morris, Dana Wilson, Penny LaRue. Fourth Row: Denise Mattca, Gina Higgins, Jan Hendricks, Yvonne Stewart, Laurie Nunes, Sarah Wielotl, David Funk, Diallo Bartley, Rob Veith, Greg West, Andy Colligan, James Wilson, Jennifer Lewis. BAND OFFICERS Pat Morrison — Vice-President; Angie Schlueter — President; Elaine Denny — Secretary; Dewey Matthews — Sergeant at Arms. 216ALL-DISTRICT First Row Marty Moore, Liza Dccotcau, Karen Haag, Wendy Moore. Second Row: Dawn Brase, Knssy Steingraber, Matt Firsching, Pat Morrison, Anna Harris, Rhonda Schaakc. Third Row: Elaine Denny, Stace Welle, Angie Schlucter, Tim Hoffman, Bill Swiecicki, Mark Trone, Cathy Lumma. ALL-STATE First Row: Marty Moore, Liza Decoteau, Wendy Moore. Second Row: Pat Morrison, Angie Schlueter, Tim Hoffman, Rhonda Schaake. DRUM MAJORS Denise Shumaker Liza Decoteau — Head Drum Major Marissa Feeney 217 BANDQ Z PQ y z o cu S in First Row: Darla Dunn, Jocelyn Travis, Michelle Garde, Rhonda Schaake. Second Row: Jason Schmidt, Jason Brewer, Dean Savoca, Clark Oberlog, Dewey Matthews, Pat Morrison, Aaron Paolucci, Anna Harris. Third Row: JcfTKcrkcmcyer, A. J. Dcttmer, Mark Trone, Joel Wood, Bill Swiecicki, Tim HofTman, Jason Weber, Jill Schmidt, John Kerkemeyer, Will Smith. Fourth Row: David Johnson, Glenn Kidd, Rob Brickner, Stace Welle, Angie Schlueter, Kelly Schmitt, Jerry Holt. First Row: Stephanie Carpenter. Katie Kuntz. Wendy Moore, Karen Haag. Liza Decoteau. Debbie Hams. Second Row: Stephanie Reed. Patty Herman. Connie Drew, Elizabeth Warrington. Cathy Lumma. Kim Bach. Marty Moore. Elaine Denny. Third Row: Rhonda Heiney. Krissi Steineraber. Laurel Barber. Jodi Schindclwolf. Dawn Brase. Kris Moore, Laura Kerkemeyer. Michelle Edwards. Lisa Morrison. Renee Stahlnut, Kerry Hansen. Fourth Row: Wayne Frazer. Rich Hauschild. Matt Firsching, Cheryl Bockstruck. Glen Bertels. Marissa Feeney. Kns Parke. Bill Markowitz, Mark Hack. Called “AWESOME” and “WONDERFUL,” the Symphonic Band has had a fantastic year. The Band went to an Illinois High School Association contest at O’Fallon and received straight 1 (superior) ratings, and then was honored by being selected to participate in the Superstate Contest at the University of Illinois. The E.H.S. Symphonic Band is considered one of the best bands in the southern regions of this state. 218First Row: Rcncc Stahlhut, Kerry Hansen (captain), Kirsten Barber (captain). Lisa Morrison. Second Row: Jennifer Smith, Connie Drew, Lynette Sherman, Stephanie Reed. Third: Dawn Brase, Darla Dunn, Laura Kerkemeyer, Kris Moore. Fourth Row: KrisSteingraber, Laurel Barber, Jodi Schindclwolf, Danielle Dcnuc. First Row: Stacc Welle, Angie Schluctcr, Jason Brewer, Matt Hamilton, Rob Brickner, Wendy Moore, Liza Dccoteau. Elaine Denny, Lynette Sherman, Malt Denue. Second Row: Wayne Frazer. Matt Firsching, Marissa Feeney, Cheryl Bockstruck, Marty Moore, Kris Parke, Johnathan Bowen. Third Row: Debbie Harris, Debbie Funkhouser, Mark Trone, Michelle Garde, Rhonda Schaakc, Mr. Dempsey. Fourth Row: Matt Galli, Pat Morrison, Anna Harris, Dean Savoca. Will Smith. Not Pictured: Jason Weber, and Glenn Kidd. 73 H O M W Z o o o o 73 The E.H.S. Stage Band, directed by Mr. Jack Dempsey has had a very rewarding year. Besides playing at the Junior High School, the Holiday Shores Clubhouse, and the Knights of Columbus Hall, the band has toured the Elementary schools and played at the Senior Citizen’s Fair. The band has also been raising funds this year to pay for a trip to Florida in order to play at Walt Disney World in Epcot Center. 219First Row: Beth Sidener, Mary Beth Broyles, Amy McRcaken, Mrs. Verseman (sponsor). Second Row: Paula Felchlin, Lesley Hangslebcr, Lesley Lloyd. Third Row: Mike Mick, Rhonda Rinaldi, Bob Murphy, Keith Skaar. Fourth Row: Dank Barton, Andy Woods, Will Frost. Fifth Row: Craig Poeling, Marshall Brase, Mike Mick, Dale Madison. Not Pictured: Gail Greseking, Lanatle Holly, Paul Worthey, Vicki Sinner, Mike Weissman. OFFICERS Front Row: Lesley Hangsleber, Secretary, Beth Woycke, Treasurer. Back Row: Mike Mick, Rhonda Rinaldi, and Bob Murphy, Sales Managers. Not Pictured: Wanda Stram, President; Vicki Sittner, Vice President. DECA is a full year cooperative work program designed to prepare students for entry level jobs in the field of marketing. Students receive two credits — one for classroom instruction, and one for on-the-job training. The students are paid for their on-the-job training. They go to school a half day. While on the job, students learn about basic business awareness in the community. They also leant how to relate with people and earn money while gaining valuable marketing experience. 220OFFICERS Front Row: Tonya Kast, Vice President; Dayle Womack, Treasurer; Deana Avery, Sales Manager; Anita Lcbro, Secretary; Todd Burton, President; Kermit Winslow, Project Manager. Front Row: Deana Avery, Dawn Peterson, Angie Landers, Christy McGauley. Second Row: Mrs. Verseman (Sponsor), Anita Lebro, Todd Burton, Dayle Womack, Carla Opel, Jennifer Wallace. Third Row: Kermit Winslow, Tonya Kast, Beth Null, Christine Golisch. Fourth Row: Stuart Dabbs, Don Durell, Janet StolT. Not Pictured: Alton Lewis, Julie Woods, Gina Heater.as cl O i O u Row One: Cory Henry, Todd Schmidt. Scot Schipkowski, Don Swiecicki. Row Two: Norm Reuscher, Steve Meyer, Jody Wilinson, Kevin Chartrand, Marc Franke. Row Three: John Dean, Tim Peters, Lee Schrcibcr, Marty Jones. Not Pictured: Steve Piper, Ron Long, Ron Thorp, Mike Cover, Vem Wilkinson. Row One: Karen Sisson. Tammy Dalhaus. Michele West, Sherri Schaefer. Row Two: Ann Notter, Michele Noto, Tricia Wilson, Debbie Sullivan. Donna Yates. Row Three: Mr. Salovich. Tammi Fraley, Clayton Harvey, Bob Hesse. Row Four: Laura Kerkemeyer. Rita Monroe. Row Five: Dana Brase, Julie Hellmann. Karen Mueggenburg. Row Six: Penny Sparks, Andrea Van Mill, Ron Strodcr. Tom Scheibal. Jamal Jackson. OFFICERS OFFICE OCCUPATIONS OFFICERS: Penny Sparks, Sherri Schaefer, Tricia Wilson, Ann Notter. Michele Noto, Debbie Sullivan. The Secondary Work Experience Program is a plan designed to teach students how to find jobs and have the good work habits required to keep that job. Students in the program work at various places, including restaurants, shelter care and nursing home facilities, automobile agencies, schools, and retail stores. The coordinators of the work program are: George Salovich, Bemece Johnson, Mr. Reuscher, Ms. Verseman, and Mr. Nunes. Office Occupations is a program in which seniors gain valuable work experience in office-related fields; such as banks, lawyers and doctor’s offices, and companies such as Shell and Olin. For their work, students receive a weekly salary and two credits for a full year’s work. An Office Occupations class, taught by Mr. Salovich, meets daily at the high school.A UTOGRAPHS N NA UTOGRAPHS NJ K) UA TIME TO REMEMBER PROM 1987A TIME T( REMEMBER 1987 JUNIG -SENIOR PROM MAY 2,1987, S UE Meridian Ballroom Formal dresses, tuxedoes, dinner out in a fancy restaurant, killer music, ana' a ballroom full of memories that will la a a li fetime. From. For some like Belli Riley and Tom Fayollal, it was a fairy-tale mc true. For the Seniors it marked their 'ast lormal appearance of their high sir.no! vears, and for the Juniors it marked the unofficial ending to their year and the beginning of their Senior year. Yet for everyone who went, the 1987 Junior-Senior was simply an excuse to kick back and party with friends. Prom has been called many thn before, but everyone seems to agree year that it has been great. Sen Meaghan Roberts, who arrived at ballroom attired in her best tuxedo, calf. Prom. "One of the top three best times 1 had all year. ” Kevin Abernathy agreed wit Meaghan saying. “It was the best of if. good times.'' Prom King Tom Fay of. said, “It Topped off the year pretty good and Queen Beth Riley called Prom, i happy ending towards a new beginning. ’1987 Prom Queen and King Miss Beth Riley and Mr. Tom Fayollat 227 PROMPROMPROM Smile Scott, SMILE Hey! Hey. WHAT?GER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 ] 1 1 H H o £ O' ftS o £ w in “I know very well who I am and who I may be if I choose." — PIU-PIU "When are we gonna get to the good part?” — Lady Lee “To have a friend, you have to be a friend.” — Patti “Only the strong shall survive!” — It’s Brett “Watch out for those groundhogs!” — Wiggy i’m gonna hit something.” — Junebug ‘The group will never die.” — Mikey “I’ve done so much with so little for so long that I can now do anything with nothing.” — Paul “To make the world a friendly place, one must show it a friendly face.” — Patricia “Well done is better than well said.” — Los ‘Let the good times roll!” — Teddy “Graduating from high school is one goal we have achieved out of many more yet to come, so reach for the stars and do the best you can!” — Kermit “Dreams are always real, so take hold of them.” — Missy “Nice guys finish last.” — Jules “If you can’t do it in high school, do it in college!” — Cathy “Happiness is never stopping to think if you are.” — Noisy “If everyone flushed their toilets at the same time, would the Mississippi River dry up?” — Speedy Gonzales “The highest reward for man’s efforts is not what he gets from it, but what he becomes by it.” — Flo “I think, therefore I am.” — Rene Descartes “It’s good to live your life on the edge, just don’t fall off!!” — Crash “Don’t ask me, talk to her!” — Cole “Give it your best shot because when it’s over, it’s over!!!” — Fipo “Keep dreaming, keep believing, keep a rainbow in your heart.” — Shorty “When you stop dreaming, you stop living.” — Lynn ‘I’m leaving, thank the Lord.” — Chris “It cost you a fortune to graduate, but you only do it once.” — Smurf “Yearbook is my life!” — Betty “I have not yet begun to study!” — Phyl “Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.” — The Han “High school went by fast, but not fast enough.” — Stacy “To choose life we must be willing to risk and love again; only then are we truly free.” — Tatiana “High school has given me so many good times that I will cherish.” — Nicole “Live what you can while you can.” — Lesley “Keep reaching for your dreams because they will always be there.” — Shelly “Get that grin off your face!” — Trace “You’re silly!” — Peanut “I’m too busy to think.” — Monique “But I don’t whine.” — Stephers GER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987TIGER 1987 GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 tR 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIC ;R 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIC “The moment may be temporary, but “Smile, they’ll wonder what you’ve the memories are forever.” — Yvette done.” — Rambette “Born to be wild.” — Scottish “R-O-W-D-I-E; that’s the way we spell “If you love something, hang on to it and show it.” — Beth rowdy!” — Kristiane “So, my dear, it’s been a blast. You were “But you see, he’s already got one.” — Ben not my first; you won’t be my last.” — “Why can’t everybody just live one day Matt at a time?” — Wendless “I never believe in love at first sight but “We are all pawns in the game of life.” (Z5 always believe in a second look.” — — Morris Michael “A fake friend and a shadow are only M t—a “Have a nice day.” — Miami Vince around when the sun shines.” — Tam “There are two kinds of people in the “We are each of us angels with only one hH world, those who believe there are two wing, and we can only fly embracing o kinds of people, and those who don’t. — Elrond “It’s a short walk to the electric chair.” each other.” — Jody “I’m out of here!” — Niteer o — Jeff “The more I meet people, the more I “I must say!” — Melba “Are you mad at me?” — Kimberly “Behold each day, for they are all yours like my dog.” — Sangeeta “Let the good times roll.” — Tex “Who cares?” — Marty a o to make.” — Jules “Short people have more fun!” — Debs J M If) “The best person to be is yourself; that’s “Good things go by quickly, high school who everyone likes the most.” — Michele was eternal.” — Jackie “Live life to the fullest and look for the “People say I’m crazy but I’m not, I am just making the most of life.” — Kelly cheerful side in everyone.” — Big Bird “Dave, you make me very happy!” — “Bebe Club Colombia.” — Fulio Julie “Gee Toto ... I don’t think we’re in “If you try, you have a chance; if you don’t, you don’t.” — Jennifer Kansas anymore.” — Jackie “Hey Big Buddie!” — Bill “Rooff! Rooff!” — Steve “Keep flashing those pearlies!” — “Love them and leave them.” — Aimes Hang-glider “I leave all my love to Lori.” — Opee “Pam and Amy, I don’t even remember!” — Shortness “Thanks for the memories Class of 1987.” —Kerkie GER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 n iER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 T1SENIOR BREAKFAST It happened on a hot late May morning. Friday, May 29, 1987, to be exact. The bell rang at precisely eight o’clock. At eight-o-one the Edwardsville High School’s Seniors began Filing into the cafeteria for their Senior Breakfast. The morning’s entertainment consisted of speeches given by Principal George Halsey and Senior Class President Scott Florini, and a videotape of the Seniors. After breakfast, the Seniors went to the gymnasium for a graduation rehearsal. Senior Class President Scott Florini T3TT—SMILE SENIORS... IT’S ALMOST OVER!Please tell me that my pancake didn't just crawl off my I'm not taking ,-IAT chances plate.. . 236 “My future's so bright. I've gotta wear shades.. I knew I should’ve stopped at McDonald’s!GRADUATING CLASS OF 1987THE START OF SOMETHING BIG The Edwardsville Senior High School Class of 1987 Commencement exercises were held on Friday, June 5 at the Southern Illinois University at Edward-sville’s Vadalabene center at eight o’clock. The Invocation and Benediction were given by Reverend John Heater, and the Welcome by Senior Class President Scott Florini. Speeches were given by Valedictorian Sandra Kim, Principal George Halsey, and School Superintendent Roy Olive. Nearly 400 diplomas were presented to the graduates by Board of Education President Roland Nelson. Scolt Florini addresses the Senior class. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1987GRADUATION June 5,1987jjMOST §PIRITEg BEST A£TOR A gTRESS Jtraig Whitiland Missy Schaefer Jl Jl Jl JlTom Scheitkl and Dana Brase Jl Jl Jl Vince Geronimo and TatiiMartinez Jj Bob Murphy and Debbi Funkhous Jl Jl Jl Jl BEST ATHLETE SHYEST iL UTESTjCOUPLg: CLAS§CLOWI Paul Williams and NikjijBautsch Ji.0i.01. Mike Wiessman and Karejiji Sisson jj i, BIGGEST THREAT TO PEDESTRIANS NOT PICTURED BEST LEGS Tom Rayollat and Jane Helms BEST EYE Kendall Couch and Vicki-»ittner Jl Jl J L iL Ji Ji Jl Steve Ohren and Pattjp Gillham 1 Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Jl Ii h h 2 SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS Now, you might feel a tiny pinch ... What IS this? Teresa and Laura hard at work? NEVER!! 244TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER o TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 g 1987 TIGER 1987 TIGER H L J TIGER 1987 TIGER 1987 HH . 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