Englewood Christian School - Shield Yearbook (Independence, MO)

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...- REF. 373 SH61 1988 Shield MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Midwest Genealogy Center 3440 S. Lee's Summit Rd. Independence, MO 64055 QL XM X0 oi n 'VT Hg M'- I A 1 i X' Q 'Pia S Orgy is! A KS, 6 F 0" T? by ew: ES , xt? Z iiifqx. A QI S- Q4 ll 3 I"l,45l I i x -kq t 'W i l " .X - , : ..,. s created TOP DESlG-NER. The Shields cover wa by Sarah Lathrorn, recipient of the 4987-88 Top Artist Award at ECS. The Shields staff, in - ' M . Jackson and the Art cooperation with rs 1 sponsored a contest for cover lmen , gggghs among the grades 7-42. Sarah is hown above with several of her art projects 5 A Sarah's talent has also won ' ' d ths year. S flmshe lportunitv to attend the Kansas City d and her the OD V Art institute IO a program for advance med art students in the greater Kansas City Q Area, Ti-IE SHIELD Tabla Oi Contents Administration, Faculty 84 Staff , , . . . Anthony Baker Tribute ........ , . . Seniors ...,..,... . . . Underclassmen . 4 . . . . Sports . . 4 . . Activities . . . . . . Advertising . . . . . . Credits . . . . . . The ingredient which separates Knightlife from other Lifestyles is the person Jesus Christ. At ECS, the abundant life He gives dominates every part of student life: learning, sportsmanship and fun. This year's sophomores are a fun loving group. They're all pretty close as you can see. and they help each other out, Above right, Sara Dyer, Chris Long, Leigh James, Chasity Brown and Dawn Archer sweep Jason Cooley off his feet while Steve Wood, Travis Sartain and Dave Shull try to figure out how to get in on it. School has begun, all right! Above Beth Winstead is frying to figure out what to write in yet another yearbook at the annual signing party. Above center, Tara Long anal Roi Nash seek professional advice on how to get the keys out of Tara's locked car! Far right, Coach Erickson takes up his position as hall monitor when students arrive Welcome back, Coach' ll MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC L Midwest Geneal09Y Center 4 0 S. L 's Summit Rd. lindtependiatilce, MO 64055 3 0000 1 31 68492 4 EC. n !llQIlillfd 1-Begins' :g,. i if kflhx Y .54 v, Q , - " p' z i ,... if Mui Q W 943, Q 1 3 ai., 'sf 1 4' I '- ff W X1 is You will show me the perth oi lite " Ps. 'l6:'I 'I lBRARY MID CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY v nl T r 5-gigs, K -1 , of ff- 4 , , f 9' , his 9 --..I The beginning of school con medn mony Things. Upper lefT: Juniors Wes, ScoTT, MoTT, ond STeve ore lisTening To whoT Mike did over The summer. CenTer: Michelle Ddy shows sings of o new poliTicol coreer. Lower lefT: Tony, GOTY, ond STeve ore hoppy To see eoch oTher, ond Georgio G-royhom-for righT-is Trying To imogine whoT The yedr will bring. This yedr's chdpel services were overseen by Englewood's new minisTer of youTh, ScoTT Purkey. Mony sTudenTs mode o new commiTmenT To KnighTLife in one of The mosT memorable chopel services in ECS hisTory, led by recording orTisT, Vdnesso Willidms, , - K , fp R xx' Our administrator, Mr. Donald Blyth, demonstrates the spirit of KnightLife as he keeps ECS running smoothly. Miss Dawson's thirteen years teaching experience at ECS, helps her handle each new year like a pro. Lita In Education ff'- 42 John BSWY Linda Dawson A Wggwr, V I g, yggaf, fyf1,Qf,f,f,'4.4 4' f, l ,V r.lr W ' flllf ' f' l ' , ' 'fan , f 1 , M , , V, , ,fly ff, ' ' X f flf' 4- - ,f ' , "lr" v ,f 3 ui ' ""rf:ff y Mark Erickson PQUI Fighell 9 ii K """"Mnuau.1- ff. W., ' f i 1 . " Mr smile Cl Coach Erickson helps C-ory Cooley on the computer. Mrs .- if Mrs. Long displays her cusiomary X fume fo nay Ariel A T une TJ Go lT Takes a special kind of person To be adminisTer or Teach aT ECS: one who is noT only knowledge- able in Their field, buT one who recognizes The spirlTual value of leadership. ECS has been blessed To have many such professionals on sTaff, We added Two new sTaff members This year: Miss Bren- da Sisney, leading The music and drama deparTmenTs, and Mrs. Eva York, heading The English de- parTmenTs and Publicaiions. ECS also welcomes back Coach Mark Erickson and Mr. Jerry Rice. 4987-88 was The lasT year of ser- vice for several Teachers. We say goodbye To Coach John Berry, counsellorg Miss Linda Dawson, his- Tory and Englishg Mrs. Ellen Plock, science: Mrs. PaTTy Jackson, arTg and Mrs. Peggy Long, business and accounting. These insTrucTors are loved and respecTed by The sTudenT body and each of Them will be greaTly missed. The slu- denT Thank you for spending a parT of your lives wiTh us. smile OS she OVGYSGQS O NHS lTl99flV'iQ if "S . , 5 . ,, X j xs- Q Y -. rw , . K Mrs Paiiy Jackson Mrs. Peggy Long Coach Tim Luchl Mrs. Ellen Plock .L '1 " is 4 ,M f we-M K .4 .M 'V I - I .... i c 4, , r s P ,I . V , T, .f as A ' mf ei len, Mr Jerry Rice Miss Brenda Sisney Mrs Eva York Away From Their Desks ,WU . 7,3 M Y., WV ,,r,, H t' , Jw., f . W f i 3' : '1 2 gy s y.. 3E SVT 'R ..L.,. x f r i' X 'N . N ,Q istilw ' R - Q Q ,. 1 A ifixr s it X lags: ' A 'ggi .f':f,:ij 't:" - A m 51,1 g klgbix kb s . ,.. f Teachers and administrators don't spend every minute teaching high school classes. For example: Coach Lucht almost goes to sleep remembering his introduction to ballet at the "Nutcraker Sweet": Mr. B warns students away from the new copy machine: Mrs. Jackson escapes adolescents by teaching an elementary class: Mrs. Ray hustles up and down the hall organizing everything from concessions and candy sales to the Junior-Senior banquet: Mrs. York and Joe Short exchange amusing perspectives: and, Miss Sisney wonders if her crazy "Clown" cast will ever have it together. CFor the answer see page 61.1 if tt iii. . , x , , ggi I L U... p 1 IVV, , . ,a , V yi"'M rv 'ff 'qtfw V 1 lb, fa, -I -rm., - It ' 14 . ' vi 53 z, Q " ii. A F' All r' 1 if. ,. . ,i G1 ' 4. .w .",!.-f QE 2 .M F. . fl' fs N L '4!', Pts . '. 9 if J l 'lf .U 4 5, Us f -5-0 ' -. N isp :I ei,,+'f 1 9-5 i is - J X te 'I im x ' ?v ks x .- 3' Vi" -47' la br -I UR, yv Ni J 'X ff ! 1 Q fp' Q37 gf if E' Y - , .A ,7 , , VM, I fo. . ,Wh , Y E Af , if A-4N'5 - K1 f I f.- PM 5 Mrs. Long runs a breakfast concession for the cheerleaders at the Fall Fun Festival and makes sure everything is just right! Mrs. Plock brings her daughter, Mary, to a game and delights every body. Miss Sisney is patient as Coach Lucht ponders the nights loss, and Coach Erickson gives son Matthew a valuable lesson in sportsmanship. QMatthew has been designated the basketball phenomena in the year 20003. Miss Dawson has a good laugh with Mrs, Barham on her last day at school Well, there are some people you lust can't get away from there desks , right, Mr Rice? John Berry counts cash at a game, and Coach Fishell is determined to help Marnie enroll, like it or not' ESC Support Smit Donna Ruble Secretary 'lst semester I JuSt Camera ' Shi X Sharon Short M W Office Assistant , e vga Jean Helmich . K Head Bookkeeper A i 2 ff fi M 7, W 5, i, ,, Q- Q, W .4 Xa ' 'J Sam Baker Maintenance f X 1 Margaret Prewitt and A.J. Warner Librarians stiff? Debbie Mauzey Secretary 2nd semester Billie Howard ESC Bookkeeper Mary Steffen, Esther Ann and Lori Chavers - Cooks Scott Ferrell Maintenance Not Pictured: Everitt Horne Bus Driver l. if r N If' I l I 7" if 2537! i '-A A MEllllORY , Qygliflhggil Blankenship , lf A . s s u lruensl ilgatouldn' n lonely ni9hts w i limes. 8 WS WSFB lh SYS-50 There You And ion ul az' runsfbelween us lakes you for in the distance within reach pw SGI see l f hi believe amazes l on another T Y Y N 41 0 , I C "' fl ., V I' ' is Q Y 2 'Z J 72 fri From The Beginning Oi A D TQCIIII 5 T N y' 5 WM W f W 4 ' 1 L. The Class of T988 has a unique piace in ECS hisTory. This class enTered kinderganen The firsT year ECS opened. Mrs. Carol GeTTy Qupper IefT cornerj was The kindergarTen Teacher in 19741, and as special speaker for The graduaTion ceremony, she recalled The exciTernenT of ThaT firsT day. CharTer graduaTes are Michelle Day, STeyen GoIdsmiTh, Georgia Grayham, Rachel Kendrick and Tony Singer. Miss Linda Dawson was anoTher honored guesT wiTh The disTTncTion of being horneroorn Teacher for This class since iTs enroTIrnenT in sevenTh grade. H-r-W F f if T -QW. T 'T is ii T f as 1 qw X X C ii K - T 1.- - . X s s " 'T .T .1 fs. . ?'Q"'Si5 E .E v-M V- x ii? E: ...tx xv 1, Qi " M . sig WEEK ir 1 -x !s.E,,i,i iw "lan .mk.v,w, 4 . ,..g.5...k153,1 .L .,,., 51,1 K... T X T. A T i. S+' sf ,. Qi C c s... f . . we T 1 . M 1 s-isi sf ...w,,xc,M,.cs .- . . - k J Q I X To Its cc cc Marnorculola Complaiion aww. qs-9 N Ti W VL Sgmwsfi- QQ' X wwe T Q X T 1 'F 5933 'wi vii i f T? 1. l SQA, il. 7 N fx, . so 2 W S Sb . - E ks f- w xsxfs --Q -gin., T k ' w askazsi 5 - .P 1, . ,M s cw. .- .. me X . T 1 ' sm.-1 425i-:T-sf xi sig? may , 34, m -K 15 ' - T , f f -.Q X . , 1 N S . if T ' ' we Vfs 2 ' , Sa 2 5 1 Q. T 1 Q T K' -T sp -1. Q 2 - . 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Q1 - . -1 .wg ,J , vs. S, -QW Ax. 1' - vewfsv 3 .MM - l , fr f 1 is Q? 2 fer, .Mxr 1 'Y u Q. - iff f4s::1,A if 3 4 5 1 , T :mf l if fem, ,M f ValedicTorian G-ary Cooley is joined by Co-saluaTorians Kim l-loff and Tony Singer qAbove righTj, AT The close of The ceremony, The graduaTes change The Tassels on Their caps and The dream is realized, Sara ScoTT is unbelieving, John ClogsTon looks upward wiTh a "Thank you," and Joe ShorT wonders whaT vision he'll Tackle nexT. Qlower lefTj Rachel Nash sang "HonesTy" in comrriemorahon of The friendships wiThin The class. flower righTQ Angie Donahue sang of The sTrengTh ThaT comes from God The love The class shores in "Vile Will STand." CongraTulaTions and besT wishes To The Class of '88! . , FN QI ,X . W' dug. h f 1 aww Q50 Qi f . 1 R WM 6' , -. fl p..f,Rh K? , -' gisf sl' PALYHM-.FF A ,hav ofsr Lam Z' ' 'Q D. EPP ef J A 1 , 1 Q - MW A fi Tx K I , flux Cx 9 P 'N Y .mir I 5 I A P X 1' if by QS xi - af .I 1 X ,Xa ff ma y H0-. 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QLQVMEQW MVK, ,f.,LfV Atflsf Avu fh' Mlwil V 15 gmt? w 92 i 'O W 4 4 Xp-'F 4 Hx PJ S-I ,Nl X f Y A Green Day y ff 1 ' r r- ,s , 4 ,r:w':' To da A uamor! 2 Anticipotion grows as the season K , g it begins the year with Seniors Dciy out. 4ff?,gfs,rf -ff Great enthusiasm is shared among j'5A,j.f?"' , " . the seniors as they compete and pgs. fellowship with one another. '-.-ir5wygi,Qg- X . is gn .. :isa . ,Q ,lb 'tv ' X. -R I V L i ' s 'PIN 1 r s . is , s NFS - 6' s'?-'35-iq" X ,, 3 s ' . , " - fi f ., W A . fi , 1 ,f X ,s ' U gs., , ' ' i sw- ,s-F-rg' 'i ' ' ' 'ff at A 4' 'tif ' of s i"'lG. -1sMs.fs ,s-,-ww A DOWGI hike by Buftie DeQiI'lS N16 QOFTWG. Beth Winstead tries to regroup her team in hopes of making a touchdown. In trying to give a serious pose, Kenny Hupp lets his true character come out. , gr H " ,t .r 7-PAW fm - ..- V , j gn :'1 Q . All Ni . 3 P - 0'f'il T' S' 9, .5 '55 'Si AM'- Q 1 . -any 1 .,..........,.,.......-......-.-a.... - --- :War ' -"A K' " ' ' 1 ' helle Morne Harrison Dum " -1-vw hr , ,, ,J A, f A , ., -..M ,., .,1....,, , N. ,mg .,,,,f.,4- M.. ..,.,.- M, -...,. ,.,' ..W.....4-- -1 -. V H V , Y Y V pa' 5 1 Q ' w 4. I M L .fr in ,YE '4 ,, 'Sir' .gf 42, A 1 6.54 rff Rochel not only drives fost . . , she can run fost, too! As o closs the seniors bond together to shore their mony tolents ond the love they feel for one onother. nge- , V LM' . M 1 1 B kfvfx ,. ' . X N22Q,fN,,f , sWs,,,,MmX.x ,M r ff ' ' , t f fljgrwef f- fr 4xiA4w,45,,h 'ff 51. .Jf , ' I . I " Www ' 1, ' Qgfv . ' , , 4 ,132 91-, ,P ' g- ,, s 4,71 .f . 4 r "" ' .1 'f ' Q'-A ff A1 fi ., 1,5"on : , ' ' ' J 54 v 1 ',,, WMU W"'f f ,r X da-,QM ' , r fffff rf if "Q g f 'r ei - , , M .. V ., ., - 'f " . . ww" - Steve Goldsmith brings his ccimero to copture the speciol moments of the sen- ior doy out. Roi Nosh brings her best friend T.J. to the Ioke so she con shore oport of her with her clossmotes. 17 'N 1 "'- "' ' f, J 'r v ' Ufeve Inna Oni ror everyone 321516.O?22Z'i,Oi??hef,i2SS 350 Joe Shori's only reireoi is oiop o school bus. Who? o woy to beat The crowd! Roi Nosh closes her Consumer Moth book ond gives o big sigh. Time oui, pleose? 4w9f5X ,afwww gr f r. W 'T r,.r Q reg F P M A '12 W 15, frrr, , Z m gf 1 X Wwrfwrf-,,epW,i 29,6 ,V-ff' - rx April Boyle befor d Jackie their legs. J F59 eb f . W J if . I 0 3 rf if 225 ft an 5 Q ,, ? ff 'Z V! '3li yr.i'ff9 . Uri' . 'KX " . n , :Qt . , ' ' O -Sieve Venable, Mike Sernrlck. ach Erlkson and Johnnie Wil i T ' A Real Crowd Pleaser ,: by s I , tot if I ' April Blankenship and Brenda Bayless take time out to chat before chapel Q 'QQ if A'K""n . '7v1!Q3 Bl. ll If New H' 'fQ?.'l1l.I " .tn ...iq 'Q R315 R an 'A' UL J. Jody Hutchison takes time out from standing up as he leans on Billy Sief- kas. "A time for everything under the sun . . even time out! Senior high students need a break from routine sometimes. There are so many things demanding their time and concentration , . , friendships, activities. sports and romance. Add to these Miss Dawson's history packets, Mrs. York's English contracts, Mrs. Long's accounting booklets and Mrs. l?ay's computer workbooks and life can be overwhelming, Students at ECS try hard to give their most in all these areas. They believe they can do all things through Christ. So when it gets crazy and life is pushing too fast . . . go ahead! TIME OUT! At Work And At Play Molly Atkinson Tammy Barchers Polly Burgener Steven Conn Jennifer Cunningham Michael Dirck Jonathan Eubanks Ede Fletcher ,it 'Q Q f f , P2 "Throughout high school. a student is bombarded with pressures from academic, extracurricular. and personal si- tuations. ' 'rxrne Ju- niors are unique no matter what they do, They explode with en- ffl 1 A , ' I pg' H 24 fi 1 ,f I 4 e- , 1 W fs x Q J Those Outrageous Juniors ergy and vitality and can even make work fun. The Juniors are thirty individual personalities to- gether with one common inter- est ..... enjoying life! Even though things may seem rough sometimes, Juniors all stick to- gether and come through burst- ing with pride. As you can see Steve Conn and Marnie Kuhi take a break from class work to smile at the camera. and John Long works hard to decorate for Courtwarming so everyone can play. 4q'5f A f , Vu' " wr' , f' f 'ff fm V l Q 4 r ,Q , ' I ,ffl V 7, fvfri ?. I ,Cz 1 " " if frtifiifitm iftff'fw1if,'f1ft J try 5:3 ., ., f Na! X 1 , ,, my 'gf Q , 4 M 4. ' 4 Un , A , W. sv - - i X fe f' x I . 1 Q ff f .N l uf I i Ab Q, f., we pi " fn. 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V - . ,fi fax ,elm ' , V WW ., ,fi fn, Jr ' ' 'w,' ff, ' ,Aly 3 X 7 l , 9 7 We J M9 S, Roxanna Fraser Charles l-larrls David Heath lan Johnston Scott Kellogh Wesley Kraus Garry Kubel Marnie Kuhl Matthew Lathrom Karen Loos Pamela lvlushaney Wendy Osbourn Kevin Reynolds Bill Roberts Michael Semrick Jarnee Snelling Steven Steffen Shelley Templeton Jennifer Vennable Lynn Wilson Not Pictured. John Long Shelley Hayes David Sparks Ai Work And Ai Play 1 i i Q ,f 4 LK'-3:92. 4, A . V, Q ' ng.. ,,.,,.,., ' . 'i . 'Ig , k " ff: v , f is f V' w':3g l'4 i ,f A I f f i ,,,. ' V Levifoiion is one of my best tricks, ' ,. , iiiii - 'vrf,f2ffa0 ,,", -fa: W 'aff Ayb' ffm" .ff M .., if i 5 , s , V V ,I 15' 5' V pw if ', '- f ' . 'H Jigi. ,..,, " w An exciting doy in ihe ECS gym, I've goi spirii, yes I do , 3, av XR N Q K .E iff K .Q L , C X, .ggz ps ir M . Q .L ,N . W, in AL ar -rn' ' A ff 'ks -. ' 2 A 4. f 4 X' - .F 2 'x J' . F. 'A' B , qi wgvi 2 Ai ' ' ' .K , I 9 J w L' A . 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Freshmen can be thoughtful in the classroom, but enthusiastic when cheering for their team or singing in The Christmas pro- gram. K f 'ka' 1 9' ,4 I 43 1 s 4 f , fb 1 5: 1 '. in with his believe it" fflb, P9 in 4 ff . r f , pa J 9 l' 1 if K K T I S , ... -, T A ,gi 2 X .Y . lf f ' ? x , ff ' V M- ' f B 4,-fray , ,-., :W fl. A In . 'K . , , jr 1, . V .I . , at 5 a be Y .0 ' 5 4 km ' - 4 f f i . . 1, ff ' 1 R , T AM ,Q Q pf". fi ,,, fr- fs L2 V . ' .M V? -4 ' sf A -,1 lik If f I f ' Aff, Y , Mft 7 , X ,,, ,W ,, ,V,,, 2, ,, V , , V in IL ,fk In 'V Z, . 2 5 , . , . 5 ' 61, . . ,M . . T, 4, fm . 4 , x 4 ,,. , ., , , , , I ,, fi' I g ,rw ff .1 Q 5 . w H V f 1 f , E , ' . N4 ' V rw , f x lg J nf K , ,if 4 5, A , V' -, , A ' ' , V f , K x . 1,,,A , , 535 yy ff ff7Mf f 47? 6 Of X' f Q ft, I ff I if X 4 ,T J' , A YV 49 ws ,gim v , . ri ... l H 1 ei fy if i V s 4 4' if .f ' .J .X ur gr. X4 W fa yr' Iv 6 T t "' , . 'Q f f 'Q "X . fm L? ' fl- T T y g iw T, ' is f I be , Q Q. A , , ci. 6 f, li fa , ,J '1 'X -. -J -A 5 'f 3 if Cir ra Af I N- 2 ff' , I f T ,, " ff , ' ,Q-. W, . 1 'N - ..- , c gf -- . . Q Q '1 .l,. Jeff Baker Kim Barber Holly Broyles Stacey Casey Cheryl Daniels Darlleen Danner Joe Hankins Annie Hayes Tracey Henderson Kyle Jennings Belinda Keeny Kim Keeny Sarah Lathrom Audra Martin Kerri Rose Angela Russell Chris Smallwood Steven Smart Niel Temples Brandy Thornton Danny Tibbs Andee Jo Van Camp Mia Vanderlinden Matt White Doug Wiggins Billie Workman Naydra Workman Chuck Zillner Not Pictured David Cunningham Ron Locke Kevin Stark Stacey Wiggs "Do you know what'?" Buffie Bollinger and Kaylleen Danner's opening line for Their hourly gossip session. Notice the intensity of this par- ticular session during Music Theory. Add Time For Work Arid Play. Opportunities For Friendships To Grow, And You i-lava . . . S Soriieiiung For Everyone Wherever students gathered, something was going on, from rous- ing chapel services to informal chat sessions. Students seemed to be having a "good time" all year long with a mixture of excitement, work, and just plain silliness. School was not only a million hours of homework and a thousand pages of tests. There were times when a auiz was two weeks away and work was fin- ished. Then the stuff high school memories are made of happened: Z6 talking with friends, cheering at games, goofing off in the parking lot, and going out to eat together. Seniors remember planning what to wear for senior pictures, and filling out applications for jobs and col- leges. Junior memories revolve around endless concessions and planning the Junior-Senior Banquet. Sophomores watch it all-anxious to play those same roles in the future and glad to be in "Senior High" at last! ' K' 33, edgy Q 4291 if if , K ifigsyg yy Neil Temi outside CJ game. Di ing him si - Q. 1- .- 3 g s T Mi ' Y 5 1 f f L Neil Temples is looking hungry while standing Outside Casey's General Slore afTer a soccer Qflrhe Danny Tibbs is wondering whaT's Tak- lflq him so long QDid we lose This gar'ne-"J 9 3. V. .Arr 'V J Billie Workman, Andee Jo Van Camp, STacey Casey, Cheryl Daniels and Naydra Workrnan are unable To get used To The idea of no more recess. so They skip Mrs l?ay's class for on hour on The playground Sieve Venable is gelling ready for Take off during an unusual chapel service: MaTT LaTh- rom, Mike Semrick. and Coach Fishell look To John Long for inspirafion and direcTion Dex, Tired of being chased by girls Qwishful Thinkingj is Trying To relax by hiding in The cor- ner. Lois of luck! T, , , y , .. ,ff J T ...... , f -4,., T. , .J FIT R o' r . v 1 fl -2 4 Lf' -. 5 i X r '1 I ' l I H! W l N eff ,tu 3 X n I A Ins 'cried Did you hear ThaT John forever'P Roxanne Fraser Love is everyThing Love is wonderful Love is all There is Love is real Karen Loos We canr have a cou ples page in The year book because The cou ples break up before we can Take Their picTure!" Mrs. York Long is giving up flirling Z7 Rooeria Benneii Sara Edrnunds Jason Foose x r Q, J., Steven Halverson Tina Hughes Krisial Jenkins Ina The eighth graders seem To be ahead of Their Tirne in everyihing ine cluding fashion Joe Roybal modeis Forenza, Gucci and Espirii wiih flair Carrnen and Siephanie lead the way acaderhicaiiy as They explain The law of physics io Coach Fisheli Z8 4-JD 4 ""' vw-4" -Q! 1 ' ' Beginning V 'f An Era ,Ox A fvx ,1 ,r "-- W 'Wx ,-V. f qw Siepnanre Near i' pw-Q", C 93 ff! Jennifer Nicaii Joseph Raybal Jennifer Russel 1 f f ' X ff? 5 2' 5 f AMW 1 , ,ff ,i is f, f .. J , I s 'K x, M," 4 , V. f V W. 'N , I ' "' Q R . rf, -ag' 1 5 , V3.5 i my-1 11 , ?- K . ',,, ' -' 1 ' 4 V , gl, Carmen Sralker Cnrisiy Wiggins Andrea Yeager Noi Piciurea Rosie Hillburn Sara Hughes Manry Menginn Deana Berkley Jared Bradford Amanda BuTTram Shaunna Cowan Darrell Harris Amber Hasiings Korene Hayes Ryan HunT Del James A David Kelly Georgina Lyke STephanie Moore Tera Phillips Jason Richmond STacey Roberrs Carisa Rose George Waddell CourTney Walls Breii Welch Noi PicTured Jen Leonard Michael Siefkas A Step In The Right Direction Junior High means more homework, changing classes, new Teachers and new social pressures. BuT The class of Q3 loves iT! The only Thing Geor- gina and Korene miss is having recess! , Jared i "The v 'QA lx 1 1 f f ff, 0, , X ff 4 f , f ,A Q 0 I rfb! s, I ff 9 Lg ,Vkl ,ki f V , , , f . I W V. 3+ ., .K 4 4 ' f 4 4 2' , Q . 'fe , I I 2 I V T4 i ' -flu f ' . " "" I ' ' '32 f I, .. J.. ,V , 1, , "' ff 1 , , ,, ' T A' x if 'X l ' V ' , fi. ,f iff T . ' 'T W, f ".' Www' ., V, ,A .Qi ,Vk, ,,V. I QW ,ff t ,I ,,,, F335 f ' Y f' -4 , I Y f V" A fd T ,mff-fi , Jr , ,T , W il- ,T , , gli, f ' WX p f T ' L 'f ' ,, 'meg , H' 0 if 4 X i ff' 9 N f f f -R , V Q Jig' .4 2 T A J J Effffig 4 T T 11153 f I ,P ,, V - 4 ful I V 3 i. .sy ,' f 4 1 - R a' fi ,lg Q 4 X X ., Y Z K ,dy Q Z Wig: , ff, , ,v 1 .ix , 'K , Z, , vb A, z 2' T swf. ya J 1 Seveni Talk al and Th lared and Ryan geT ready to do the wave" in chapel. is 1 T is 7 ,pair x 'We-an-H, .ilkx i. it iw OT course, we know that Shaunna. Amanda, Carisa and Siephanie don'T care about boys at all Right, girls? SevenTh grade girls have a lot to talk about ,. clothes, friends and those cute Junior guys! A Real Crowd Pleaser 1 '1s" ' 1- 'rg , . gift?-1199? , T if .lf , get Ts- P if g fi.. - f T if ff 1 f ' ' 3 ' 5 F, ing s ' I 3 I X i ' 5 '1 This year has been exciting one for The seyenTh grade, They were asked to describe Themselves as a class and They responded: Darrell Harris: Well, we bad! CourTney WaiTs: A group of hystericsl Tera Phillips: Sort of a family. Shaunna Cowan: Kinda' like "lvlama's Family"! David Kelly: The Wild Bunch! Jared Bradfordi We never fight . . T Just kidding! Teachers were asked To describe Them, too! Mrs. York: They're sweeT, brlghT and full of Tun! Coach Fishell: InquisiTive, enjoyable, and indescribable! Mr. Rice: Twelve going on sevenTeen. Coach Luchtl These kids will do great Things Miss Sisney: OuT of This world sometimes! Laarmng The Repes C . Togeiner. Seventh grader, Courtney Waits, learns all she can from eighth grader, Carmen Stalker. N36 -dll! Q- w Ryan Hunt pumps eighth graders Joe Roybal and Jason Foose for all the information he can. tv Seventh graders, Jared Bradford, Darrell Harris, and Brett Welch know it all already! I , 1 gem f fy, Q 41,1 31: f , The entire seventh grade smiles from their "hang- Out". Roberta Bennett wears a big smile- she's learned eighth grade is great! Tina Williard is thoughtful as she remembers all that junior high has taught her. 1? i1llELnEX W.. yfi ,',i, 12,1 - 3, nf ' ,W , f , sf ' M Q ,A ,L 2 M mi, 22? M! es s .l ,f"""A,4n W f . ,, - "cg" W l'llf ef .5 , ,, ff: A, 44N.x . uw . K" , . V it N 1 , ag . .. ' FQ? .g,f"'EEZx1 ' 4 f. T-. i, ' . X., 5 . Vi. vff ... f ' M5 , V W fcvravwvf? 'Jw fm viwaiziffvmw ,W W. ry, -.1 vQ!ZZ?m V HN f 'f .-v n.4 ,, -.-W, 4 ax , . X ? . , ' 7' 5? ww , -'i ' Tw " 1 I2 1 J 3 fa," 1 wvff, ,, 23643, A ,f , ,f5,aN14ff ,-fhqf wh ' ?"v2W 1 fa 755.561 ' X' 'I' 4 , M ,Lf 1 ,.-W KE. 425' X0 4401 f L .-.....,.... -v--..- 5 I 1 K' ,ff S wv, " Ng " 1 ' '1,gf, 'V E11 fall" A tj , V 4 V1 HF' -' 1 'Q ' 1. X.,-' 54 Couch Ccmdids SPORTS s ef ' Pi. 5 . id 'Q ,7 , gig. . m. , .4 , Q W" ' 52 - 5 0 ' K - ' . '5 Q T . 1 if ' 1 V 1' k Q sv ' 1 Q K K : . 1 r 4 .ri - f Q Y E ,,, '-ral" -.. f ..- .,.1 'B 'Q freethrows. and his famous "I don't b K 4. Hey, Beth. is Coach Frshelrs glassy stare a clue as To how The game rs going? 2. Englewoods "Murderer's Row". A Gr Cooley. Singer, Norrls, Smart and down Temples. 5 The 3. Tony Singer, during pre-game Starks e know guys . .. " ache fi! lf, fin 'W 15 , "M QM? x 'A an W' 7 5222 ,i 1 ' 3 'A X' IN fi , ' 5 ' I QWQJX wi f QF, 3 ,lf 4 ' 'li i "1 E A g v - - fs ai .9 K -. ,.--............... .m wr WWW- a 'iw HL Q - f Q' C, 1- YE " - " 5 I ls " '- 1 - iv 'sfo 4. ,. ", ... '- V 7,1 'I -X - ..- A gr EX ., ., as - . -- 53 'j,. V --' J?.5ffs,- ,K .. fell fill' N' Q 5?Q"34i9f ""r r .twiki r av: W. x . ... 0 Z A "" ru ,NIA ,lf . . , . 2 -..sk N . J H 6 "A R.-+.'.u4Af 3. 7:- I S EBV! 10, Somebody should tell Steve Venable A Gary Wrong Way Cooley chases 7 Mike Semrlck congratulates John Long il's only a Technncal nol execution! 44. Shelley Templeton jusl fOIIOwS the 5 The umpire looks on I0 dlsbelref as Kevln 8 Buffle Bollrnger slaps The game wllh her bouncing ball. 'l2. "Could I have your alfenlion for a min- 5 Kelly Lalhum wllh an Excedrln head 9 Hey guys were playlng soccer not ure? My name is Joe Shortand I'm running fOl' Pl'9Sld9DT . . . H A p .4 Qi' -w Ar , s f vw. -5 . ,-'Iris MJ,-k , ir' ly it l wfgfxfi f: W., " 1,7-fp nf l ? C ' " "' '1f:Q',4s 4 11 Mike Semrick in the starting gates! A prime example of how the Knights began the season and each game ready and set! Englewood played excellent first halfs and their "never die" attitudes and con- stant hustle left them with a certain pride, Look out everyone, it's the ECS fans again! Ves, it's true, the Englewood fans never failed on the guys soccer team, They never let up or gave up on the guys ability to give the fans a good time, Their loyalty was a sign of true school spirit. 1 1 F i- nf' l K In x ,f N ' J I fi' L' 5 . '-V-s,. rl.-mann-v.1 VARSITY SOCCER SCHEDULE Bishop Ward H.S. K.C, Lutheran H.S. Wentworth Mil. Acad, Northwest R-V H.S. Winnetonka Southeast Fort Osage H.S. Tournament Piper H.S. Barstow H.S. Independence Tournament Wentworth Mil. Acad. lmmaculata High K.C. Lutheran H.S. La Monte R-A H.S, Smithton H.S. Sacred Heart H.S. , 1, , ,, 5 . A' slr' ""'v"" ""' ' U ., . JI gy! A: i y , , 'M- i a W 41 2-lrqghzg' . it .W U... ......:Ll- .4 r. - -.., .' The Scoreboard Doesrfi Tell The Whole Siory Ernglevvoocl Soccer 'I' The 4987 ediTion of ECS soccer followed much The Trend of The T986 squad-we were very high on efforT and hearT buT fell shorT on The scoreboard. The year was highlighTed by some excellenT efforTs and individual plays. Goalie Gary Cooley played Tough The enfire season, unselfish- ly sTaying in ThaT posiTion when The going gof rough. AnoTher senior, Kelly LaTham, played well wiTh a parTicularly good game and shoT versus LaMonTe. DexTer Snyder, in his firsT year of soccer, husfled very well, making up for lack of knowl- edge wiTh efforT. MaTT LaTham, Mike 'W Semrick, John Long, Mike Dirck and Jason Cooley added some much needed de- fensive sTrengTh, FirsT year players STeve SmarT, Jeff Baker, JonaThan Eubanks, Johnnie Wilson, lan JohnsTon, Niel Temples all played an imporTanT parT of This Team. We had many disappoinTmenTs, yeT The real quesTion of success is sTill yeT To be seen. The experiences we gained and Trials we faced can be sTepping sTones To bigger Things. The characTer and disci- pline gained can prove valuable Tools in The conTesT of life. 1. ' v aif f f f- KT! is Z9 M A T i f ijfir T , iilgig f "':'- 3- -'Tp ,TY '. ,qw ., T v ,fi ' ,gif w wf, f V. I Ti , ' 1,1 V f . ,, ., T YQ' . .g, if' 3 - T 5. T f f." If-igif T Q - , ' any . 4 J, . , r . gm,,g M W T . ff, 4, " ' T , , , A T - T-My v s i ,fp ' r- f T iw , M My V304 W i f ,vs :T ,MQ J Q, 42,5 n1W,,,,,,,,,,p,, ' , ,W . V ' , if ,f K v' Z fx 'f 1 ,1 A 'Af Lefl To righT: Kelly Lofhom, Johnny Wilson, Dex Sny- der ond lan Johnsfon are breaking info The open wiThouT o defender in sighT. During The course of The season The Knighfs had very few of These opporfuni- Ties. For The mosf parf The Knighfs offense consisled of one long kick and a mad dash for The ball. The Knights spenf a major porlion of each game baffling around Their own goal. "IT seemed like we qfhe defensej were playing on The down side of a Tilfed field, as soon as The defense would clear The Leff, Once again The Knighfs are backed up againsf Their own goal John Long and Mike Dirk sTand poised To defend Their goal. ball iT would be back," fGoalie Gary Cooleyy "The reason behind our offensive inepTiTude is sim- ple, we lack The soccer experience necessary To dribble and pass wiTh our opponenfs. l'm hoping ThaT The soccer skills ThaT I have Tried To insTill in The players will Take rooT and we can build a winning program in The fufure. As for This season, husfle made up for much of our inexperiencef' fCoach Luchfj Sporismcnnainip Is Keeping ii.: X n L W. .N .1 L... . - 2' lu '- A-an-wwfi-'F I ' A '- 'iff-M1rSQ:i'2L..,, , ff -.Y W Y- ' Q v .,,, .,. :v-H gm F g 3+ x ,+ 1- ' ,b - .J .- :Sli as X W 4 TRQ- ' A -, ri' Q , if . 5 43 will' ,195 .ii - . . ,wwf k . r 1. ' f-54 , 1 20 , My Q 295 'T' W4-.,fs we ,, , 'A in 2 f v 4 U95 ,, 1f?1,w W 2 A Winning Aiiiiuda! ffl' 2? W9 Q . , I f fx,,, M, My fV,, Q I 'ffm , V , ' f, ag ,, N 1 ' " 5: 1 4 1' , f V X W M 3 Y I fl WQYQVY - 7. 637' ' ' ' I an 5 , ffx 1 x I 0 I 5, 1 ff 5 'ff A Q f, ? z,, n .,., , n nf' . ,, .4, I I 4 1, ' V , VA . f I ' 'www 1 I 4 ' 1 .1--V. E ' 1. A, W' - 9-5' -Q if ,. , A Q. Ffix. . L f H , V i , ' , ,Mr , nr A4-'f4g,.i,:A,f Km' , I X 11.273 - A. ,I 033 V72."zwif'a , ,, 1 M '14 314 4 3 4' 4. 73?-I .,.v4,e,s " 1Ph?-f,,y.+q?g.-rf'332'vfff54 iw f ,, , .,,,,,mn.w+: .' 4 n ,nf n f , T w gr ' ' . ' , f, Af' iii,-v?gQ,. ,,,Vf:gfl2'MQf:31 f V 2.f,gJMff' riff? ' -QVC f,'53lW9" '5-13577 ffl' READY TO GO. Setter Kaylleen Donner successfully digs a ball out of the net during the disap- pointing loss to Wellington in the district finals at DeKalb. SUCCESS. First year coach, Paul Fishell, looks on as the varsity volleyball team go on to defeat Pembroke Hill, 15-O, 15-11, If A . -'fr' W , 7 j wi ECS wr' Varsity Volleyball SCOl'9bOCll'd 15-4-15 Lone Jack 15-15 Grain Valley 10-13 16-15 15-14-8 15-15 15-17 15-16 9-14 15-15 15-15 11-15- 4-6 15-15 12-12 15-15 7-4 15-15 6-15-2 15-15 14-9 16 Lone Jack Wellington Wellington Crest Ridge West Platte Lone Jack Lutheran Drexel Cameron Higginsvllle Lexington Pembroke Archie North Platte Lutheran Smithville Miami DeKalb Wellington OPP 1-15-11 3-3 15-15 14-9 1-16-15 12-7 7-15 10-14 15-16 3-7 6-10 15-11-14 15-15 0-11 15-15 9-13 7-4 12-4 15-9-15 11-7 16-15 if cs: w,.,,w I f . X ..,. lf 7 f'4-.41 ' "We had a very consistent team. I could count on them to be willing and able to try new things, work at it, and do their best. l'm proud to be the coach of such a talented group of girls." -Coach Paul Fishell p . ' . 3:72 If A 1 . fx 1 A 5 ' X ui. fl' - 1 E- 51 7' 'tif STRATEGY. Coach Fishell calls a time out to go over plays that enabled the volleyball team to defeat DeKalb, 15-11, 15-7, and advance to the district finals against Wellington. --4-4 9-. , .,. 9' N Q ' ' ...mi K ". 4 7 4, inf ' fi I 'I If it L ix 'Y V Z Ll ""' " M - L , ,wr- " X7 ,,., . -' a 7 - 3943222n,'LL20aZizf,Lts,, , I'. ' i K.-fd, ff 3 I K V, I , . E 'lie I t y at I N 'I 1-K Q . -vt, KEEP IT IN PLAY Junior starter, Shelley Templeton, bumps the ball over the net in a game against Pembroke Hill. Qupper leftj FRUSTRATION Sophomore, Leigh James finds that playing varsity lsn't always fun. flower lefty DETEPMINED. Senior Beth Winstead concentrates as Kayleen Danner serves to West Platte Kaylleen received the Hustle Award this year, Cupper rightj CONCENTRATION Senior, Buffie Bollinger demonstrates her serving technique during the district semi-final game Buttle was voted Most Outstanding Senior flower rightj W cnrsiiy Plays Tough N ,JY in it -f,n',,,.ar SWF QW X ,,....g,-M.-mfg. I . .Q dimw V, use it X 3 y. xl iii r l i A 'S 3i1 ' sin- 'WJ -. A - 1 " M 7 Q. - A .q 5 A .. W? . ,,, M., A E l E i "W l .. r M' I . l .bn lf' P51 :nu . b ,L ,Q v+-XY. G-ET IT IN. Freshman Sarah Lathrom serves the ball in a tough match against Drexel. Qupper leftj JV VOLLEYBALL. Audra Martin, Tommy Barchers. Brandy Thornton. Lergh James, Sarah Lothrom. Darlleen Danner. Latonia Collrns qmrddle leftj CALL IT. JV starters. Sarah Lathrom and Darlleen Donner. both attempt to keep the ball an play flower lefty GSOD PASS Freshman Audra tvlartnn bumps the Dall as the rest of The team prepares for the next play Qupper rrghtj CAN SHE DO lT'P Freshman Brandy Thornton tosses the ball up to get ready to dellver her serve to the awartlng opponents flower rrghtj JV RECORD L1-13 Lsig- WIDE OPEN. Senior forward, Johnnie Wilson, standing alone after receiving a pass from Mike Semrick, is setting up for the shot. , 'sift 4 N, I WM!! 44, ' gilzf.-16, A 44.. 1 ' ' ' ' . ft' Q' TW: f, ' V ' ,, 'eww " 'r .1 ,ff ff f' fi -en, , . ismfmhs ,mQ.f,-.fe Top Notch Coaching And E'f'fer'l Provide Optimum Athletic Experience Varsity Basketlocill The 1987-4988 varsity season was a season that will be remembered by all involved, whether it be the play- ers, the coaches, or the fans. The other teams will probably remember us as well. We provided stiff compe- tition, and will be known as the team that was better than their re- cord. The team opened up hot with two quick wins against Cass Midway and against West Platte. The optimism was running rampant, but the win- ning streak didn't continue. The final record was not an indication of the teams ability. The team was not average, by any means. We had six 44 players score over twenty points in individual games. Our team was not like any other. There was not just one or two stars as is usual on most teams. We had seyen different starting line-ups throughout the year due to injury, sickness, etc. That shows us that Englewood's team had many tal- ented players. The loyalty of the fans, and the nev- er-ending support of Coach Mark Erickson, helped to instill pride in the players, in spite of the unfavorable record, u iw' ?""T V . t i S ,ffm DEFENSE the tear Showing 5, .,..,.X Q Y A 'Y M, .fy I3 ' X T 1 Q ALL- ' E T ill s, E E -E nf- X,.., 5 M N X W.. 'P 9 " W, f . Q new - 5 : Vg' ter x xi' H E ' is T 4+ of s 3 AE Am,, ..,A N X.bt,.. 1 E. is -g Q x s ' 1 v , 6 K -' -' My ' ' 1' k""' M g,,.,f ' DEFENSE . . . DEFENSE . . Dex Snyder, who led UP TO THE UNE, Senior Steve Venable shoot- lhe team in steals, is going for another one, ing a freethrow against our District rivals, the Showing us the perfect defenders stance. Barstow Knights CONCENTRATION. Jason Cooley ls showing as his coal concentration on the line for the freethrow TAKE IT EASV. Coach Mark Erickson watching his team warm-ap as he takes a final breath- er before a big game against Barstow. llllflll , -f ,M .f '71 , T 'X , FOSS, x, , 1 x 5' E will "W 14, llllllg ,fat f "5 M ' 4 We learned how to be players and how to be friends It was great' Johnnie Wilson lf we had more consis tency we would have won more games Tony Singer We had a lot of good times, and o lot of disap- pointrnentsg both brought us closer together as a team," -Dex Snyder I Learning Lessons 45 Scoreboard ECS OPP it l 3 'T' " A III Ill -7 68 Cass Midway 67 - 70 we-srPiQ1re or 2 58 Norborne 73 ' - 52 Crestridge 69 45 North Shelby 86 S 511 St. Mary's 80 ,, 53 Sacred Heart 57 7 A9 K.C. Lutheran 59 . 56 Drexel 58 77 Wellington 85 N T 64 Kingsville 53 f' 67 Orrick 72 70 Concordia 95 A5 Wentworth 59 118 Lutheran 68 77 Barstow 65 58 Drexel 72 55 Barstow 58 116 Archie 841 51 Concordia 85 53 Wentworth 66 412 Barstow 55 64 St. Mary's 71 65 Orrick 75 LOOKING UP. The ECS Knights are looking for a rebound after o jumpshot from Steve Venable, HUSTLE. Senior Team Captains Gary Cooley Qlefty and Steve venobie qngmy. WARMING UP. The Englewood Christian Varsity Basketball team is getting loose before a game. V,,, :W 'wil 5 V4 "LI lb. V J V , 2 ,,, J' 5 J J' ' 759' rf' 7.1 EL, .,A fi ff A is ' x' r os, r - h Verily ricisseiocill Trang Corripaiiiiori Made Us Tough Q if 'W l 6 W 01 Surviving The 4987438 Girls BaskeTball sea son proved To be an exciTing sea son in spiTe of The number of vic Tories ThaT eluded The season The girls played good ball games againsT Teams ThaT were Taller heavier, older, and had more ex perience. The Team, alThough discouraged aT Times, never would give up no maTTer whaT The odds. The closeness of The Team on The courT and The fun The girls had This year relieved some of The sTing of noT winning hardly any games. ThroughouT The year The girls had a rough Time grasping The Team's abiliTy To do Their besT and along wiTh ThaT coach LuchT was a pa- TienT coach in wanTing whaT was besT for The Team and pushing The girls To sTrife for The besT in Theirselves. "People who were dedicaTed made The season fun, buT from an ouTsider's view poinT There wasn'T aloT accomplished. For The girls who played, iT was worThwhile, This year was a year of rebuilding. l see only good Things in The fuTure if There is enThusiasm and The desire To work hard and do Their besT. The fuTure looks brighT." -Coach LuchT The fornbiriulion of .sill Jul har wars describe. our Team "The performance of The Team was ade- quaTe To The skills TaughT us I will miss The friendships ThaT I built Throughoul The sea- son l will also miss The encouragemeni of Coach LuchT." -Angie Donahue "l feel as if our Team displayed a feeling of uniTy on The courT, We weren'T besT friends off The courT, buT on The courT iT was greaT. l feel our record did noT show how hard we all worked. Coach LuchT inspired us all To work hard, buT iT jusT wasn'T enough, The season as a whole was greaT. IT will help To remember jusT how special my senior year was." - Coach LuchT Senior Co-CapTains, Kelly LaThum and Angie Donahue have good reason To smile as They wear Their varslTy rackeis They boTh have ouisfandrng aThleTic records, and have The medals To prove iT' Sophmore forward, Dawn Archer, is on ready alerT wailing for a freethrow from The Orrick BearcaTs We'va Worked i-larsl AT Pro-:Tice And E'I9fYOfl3'3 In Position, So Play AT The end of my firsT liTTle league season CO for sea- sonj, I remember my fa- Ther Telling me ThaT I should be able To "learn from losing." IT didn'T help Then and iT doesn'T help a whole loT now. BuT, l did learn someThing This year. The war musT be won seconds afTer The enemy wins a decisive baTTle. For iT is in Those seconds ThaT your morale is IosT or re- sTored. UnforTunaTely, This year, our morale was IosT. Ball! AfTer every big inning our opponenTs had This year, we scored a ToTal of T2 runs. U50-425. In all buT 5 of our games ThaT inning was The deciding differ- ence. However, in our lone vicTory, when lvlid Buchanan scored 3 To Tie in The Top of The sixTh, we responded by scoring 3 in The boTTom of The inning To win, Perhaps dad was righT . . . we ggn learn from our losses! -Coach Fishell I Coach Luchl and Coach Fishell casf Their imposing shadows on The field infimidating all who cross Their paths. especially The umpires. lf only They could find Their players! Tony Singer, The Knighfs number one pifcher for baTh The '87 and '88 seasons. prepares To launch anofher fastball versus Kearney in The 'BB season opener. Fi? ,Q I I f 1 if ' 1... Ii i-lcuppans Every ' ' ,V - 44 fry gamer", 1 :Q ,yn T fi!! 1 'W ' 522 Q-M 9 ww 9 Freshman sensaTion, Niel Tem- pies, prepares To collide with The monsfrous WesT PiaTTe catcher. Purdue, Niel was one of The Knights mosT consisteni players all season long, if . ff n 5 ff? j".j , si sir ' i -1 4 3 ' ' 'vgwb 8 wtf . Senior Joe Shari is back aT home in The familiar caTcher's posiiion sprung . . '- '21f1'3Zf34"T1' ,-f:f'v'f"i"' K, Q" M""f.i X s , Qi Q, K -gel, , if f ' L' 1 . f " 1 Wasf-We 'T ' . s 5, Xigvs-' s , s. . sms. 'V 2 as ' ANS . 'FQ . A Qi ,s ss: sm we--1.x -- -. www'- msmmr si-ssi1Ss.m.xPF'Es s, so si Qgnierf his besT V pf:-as mprecvknkvg sm- .NH Huw K Jiiihi .- ' r- T. T 'xx '-ff lO.b .4 .. 'I' J- - 1 ,ifza T. O23 funi 4-:fir 15 -.' f we if deli Q Q. '.Q'Vf""'- N my ,L QQW, ... ,,s.i..-iii V' , , I ,. i Q K , ir . . .Q ,..m,.. y . , sm A ,, :Q V,-M nr .. .s , K ms.. .T , t 1 ,Gi ,fi y ' X h . .. an 1 3.,.I , I , 'T f - T fn' maj! Al gi if 1 M Relief we fl gx, ' S s 5 T f T fnrs . T , : -" if "1 y .m y ...T gb :, T... K 'W'- my rzigm fielder, Bill reobens, is shown ' here Tracking down a base hiT M0 and launching a rainbow back To The infield, Jason Cooley digs for firsT on a ground bali To The infield, Every ground ball was a chance for a hii on The Tall Crysier Stadium grass. T home rosriion. f'-f:J. jenierfieloer, Dex Snyder, does 'ns Desi Kevin Seiizer imiiotion. f 2 a S ' Y , ' ,','.v. ' 0 - ng . ,o,u,:q4v u rffif-rim ur' uktotvp was -,um ,WZ 'fr CHQ .' ' 'if qv 'nv Z 5 Q vga: "Nl, was ,',',f" " ',',,'."3r ! rr . ' f,'.'-f J 1 ' ' '.'.v'0' 2' A A ' I v , q f.','.'t- . - . . - I ' I r , A 5 ' F A ' ' w lun. ofo'o'f r -'V 4, fry -f.':'F:'f."f"4-'4'a'-'f'- .'.':0 5 4' 'Q 1' r .- a'. 3 iff, ' x W f' Q f . I r - .'.'df'w.','.gge.s 6. 5'5,'g 3. '. -V V an ' ' . H A - -" -- o 4 -. I 4 -. su.. Qgjkw' ,6:':g.t40f:o. 'L' X, .' f"u , , r , .- I, ,- I. 0 A sec 4 1 'J,',,'5 , 1, f',",',,f '64 s g. I! ' I f Agfffbofnfigf 4412? En Eafuihirzts s 1 ' ., , . -H.. .-Q31 -- f wvrfr . A A . Q ' ' ,ffff ,.jIg,g,-.3 N uf,gg:':':q 3 .9 9 if 1 4 Q X-vs,4'4.a'.' 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This quote by Shaunna Cowan shows The attitude of This promising girls volleyball team, They showed a lot of heart and stamina, according to Coach Cowan. 'l988's roster includes: 8th graders-Roberta Bennett, Tina I-lughes. Stephanie Neal, Carmen Stalker, and Christie Wiggins. 7th graders-Amanda Buttram, Shaunna Cowan, Korene Hayes, Georgina Lyke, Stephanie lvloore, Stacey Roberts, Carisa Rose, and Courtney Waits. s P F Engintn arcade Sports l l Boy's BdskaibQH This year's basketball season was disappointing with a O-9 record, but it was a Triumph in sportsmanship. The Team Qpictured leftj speaks for itselfi Cleft to rightj "lt was Ryan's faultl" -George Waddell "I should have joined the girls volleyball team." -Ryan Hunt "They paid us to throw the games." -Jared Bradford "I had nothing to do with it." -Brett Welch "lt just happened that way-it was George's faultl" -Darrell Harris With a sense of humor and in anticipation of the next season, the team thanks Coaches Kenny Johnson and Kevin Spencer for their encouragement and help. C .. 'W if Q. Q 'Tggymuumwwf-Tmsnnl ' . Sl h ggi 3 T mi? W. 933 - ' .- V e 'St - al? "5?'5'fW?'li"' . 1' :Q 4 ' - ' ' gan? T G T?-'Wt' is C ' -' . J t 2 I L' Q! .y .-g K Q1 .E 'Pl gs, . .ss .5 ..s- -- A H . z F - A . , T ...-. . Q.: x .W , .i lg, f W 8 , gsgj+'t"N T -3, Q -- .s T . , -'-,mg A T' ' - T . V . . 'af s Q X-, , ,A 43 8 . K , , Y A M 4 , if-sfs , , 1 . S E. -T , g T ff T T T T T lffljf' ,ggs 5 5, s I 1 ,, 5: -T V, I J, T - . Q . 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I am convinced that these girls can be the best Varsity team that Englewood Christian School has ever had!" Thanks! Claude Cowan Coach I 'rf' .,,,,- ,5g,.1-Mfg " gg, -M31-4-gwrf-L ,.4 f ,W , ' ,V - i ., . f l 'sit' F' Courtney Waits shows her stylei 4 I ,., Ml R fl" Fall Fun Festival V , f, .,f-607' Sa at 'R ,, , Mig . Q j S , T49 f, .,. f 11 W l ily 4 f 5 f 4' f i f ' 'ig -fx g, , ff, H ,. W",,4! f " I , 7 -aaa '22 'Y r ' , 1 A ,.,,, SB ffxf , f ' J, f Q , , JW lwyffgtl MQW, ,Y ,fi ' mvv., W M , ' -iff , 11- ' 'Pfcfw,gff 1., :fm .:fkJ1n2 A . fulkfd,-3.,,,, ff 539, ,ff ,en fy f'GR'3'9,n,,,,., V, rw? GL' L' ' - f 1 f ,---i What A Way To Begin' Xe- I X, The Fall FesTival is an annual fund raising evenT To QeneraTe money for individual classes and TP O, To help purchase new eauiprnenT and supplies for The school. This evenT helps To bring parenTs, Teachers and sTudenTs ToQeTher, working Toward a common goal. ParenTs donaTed goods, as well as Time To work The oooThs, and combined wiTh The willing help of The Teachers and sTudenTs, This year's Pall Fun FesTlval was a success! Roxanne Fraser, Mrs York, and Wes Kraus aTTend To The Junior Concession stand, while Coach LuchT Takes a dunk in The dunking Tank. Rachel Kendrick and Dawn Shull show Their rnusclesl Gary Cooley and Sara ScoTT work The lvloonwalk, and Kini Hoff and John Berry have fun hanging around .Jody Hulchlsan, Kenny Hupp, and Bill lylclfarlane are lusT idle specTaTors r J Cnrisirnos Concert Miss Brenda Sisney led The High School choir in a beauTiful selecTion of ChrisTmas songs. The season was made special as we honored ChrisT's birTh in This musical TribuTe. Many exTensiye hours of hard work were 1' 7 ,K 65' rewarded by an ouTsTanding performance. Far righT. AfTer hours of pracTice, Senior Tami CanTweli is smiling and anxious To go on sTage. 3 Near righT: Polly Burgener sings a E solo in "There is No Room", accompanied by Mrs. York and assisTed by Roxanna Fraser. OTher seIecTions were "CeIebraTe The King", and UA Celebration of Carols". A 332 A , NSN . Xxtxs lssi - T ik 335 T ,. 4-if. v-, Ei? VT? ef- A ff ll' The Clown" A Musical Presentation The Clown qplayea by Polly Burgenerj porlrays a ChrlsTian who Tries To convince sinners ThaT Jesus ls The righT road To Take. T 4 , 1 l T on l 7 5 The Clown Trles To Tell EVIL ThaT ChrlsT can rearrange Them To LIVE by slnglhg Tell The Real STory fLefTj STephanle Neal slngs apouT The WlnTer Roan Uxboyey Andrea Yeager IS flnally convlnced ThaT The Devll IS Allve and Well and she neeas ChrlsT Ql?lghTj Bellncla Keeney plays a bland person who was healed by Jesus and slngs Jesus Has The Power Courtvvcnrming ' This years Courtwarming was held on January 30 at Ramada inn. The biggest attraction of the evening was the crowning of the court. King G-ary Cooley and Queen Sara Scott presided over the evening along with Prince 34 Mike Semrick and Princess Jamee Snelling. Attendants from the Sophomore class were Jess Norris and Leigh James and Freshmen attendants were Steve Smart and b Stacey Casey. Our guest speaker and entertainer was ,, recording artist Ray Hildebrand. The Cheerleaders also put together a slide show, which brought back many memories of old friends and good times. f"'Nx 'YF i l '., ' :fs '21 N Hgnneztlyu .-. And Thrnugh the gears 3 will he a friend fur almagz and fureuer. . Gall nn me And 3'11 he there fur gnu 3'm a friend Dba almagz mill he True EPP Z? And 3 lnue gnu, :an't gnu Ehat 3 can sag 3 luue gnu Bunentlg 63 Ncrtioricul Honor Society National Honor Society is more than a group of intelligent people who work hard. N.H.S. consists of nine individuals with very different personalities. 1988's chapter includes: Gary Cooley, Georgia Grayham, Kelly Latham, Tara Long, Polly Burgener, Roxanna Fraser, Mike Semrick. Horton society Q T bn! The sponsors were Miss Dawson and Mrs. Long. N.H.S. is more than just a school club that meets every so often, N.H.S. sponsored many projects to help the community. They raised money for different charities, including the Ronald McDonald I-louse and clothes drive. They hosted Junior-Senior Field Day and the graduation reception. CST l K I-e., N -is iff-I7 5 .."J5Ig5fl?YC', x Q. 11-N- X N fs- ah: ,ff - Q. 1 Fellowship Oi Christian Athletes Fly w.-. 'Fi X. .ti X. 121 1 'f,. X .1-nur' 1 na--1--4 A A . H, i if -s 'iff X J st 9 X- 9 ' U Y 1 f , W fy ' . y,"' ,ht ' r ., f ,,,, 3 ., W . , FM, . . . fy. V ' "L f : f 4: 4 . fi' i' 7 W Q A1 ai X X ff 2 4'v',4' 15,53 . , 4 ,, -ig. ,QQ vs 0, , 1 gi, sn .' .tl W vi Q .gr Q me 5, 60 i lffvfj-1, .fm lv, 'W L, . , - ' 17' ww fr' in-is 'af it '. 'Af :eh ' 4+ "lily f H 1,1 Hb 5, ,qi . ...., V , X ., ,, . fgf4g.t"'i 1 0 gh 1 Qggiqr 'lik i, I i M sv: N Y Q I . gy, 1 f ' EW: '- 4 s . N, ' -gc. yvpi A ' 32' , X . i ' it 4' "' 1 'Q 'W :iilt'-yd 6 if ,sq 'ip " ' so X mgzgtf Q ,W ,f", Wig' 'I ,49 . .Irs ' W' :M A hz 1 1 .QU The purpose of FCA is to provide extro curriculor, informol Christion fellowship for students ond othletes. These ore honest. splrituolly growing times when students con shore their spirituol victories ond defects with one onother. FCA is o big contributor to our focus on KnightLife. "".,j ,.za,,w41 ,. .r yy . . FCA is o very octive club of ECS. Cooch Lucht sponsors it ond students ond foculty host the monthly meetings in their homes. Above left, Beth Winsteods fomily welcomes FCA. Lower left, Coach Lucht enjoys the food provided. FCA sponsors on onnuol floot trip. Students hove fun comping out, shoving off ond octuolly conoeing, like Sorci Lothrom ond Leigh Jomes obove 65 A .n ,.., ,K W. W. fr I g 25.5. Ti-IE JUNIOR CLASS oi ENGLEWOOD Ci-IRISTIAN SCHOOLS DIQSSIIAIS o 00' 909 ' 9109! OO' 4 O00 . ' 'g ' uf 'HH lrgiif of 'lnzaf' April 'Iwenly-'third Sul-afduv evenino O be worn. i A Q00 F90 ogy 0 O 0 Q . ., H -QQ- The Best of Times begin wth o Tuxedo waiting to 1 30,43 Ri O ,A i 1 I .'-H4 1 1 'T Michelle Harrison ond Kevin Reynolds ore the first to arrive. rv f 3, i , i l Chuck Harris is Trying To guess who's behind all Those balloons. QPolly WJ ...Mm -sa -lip 'Q i Garry Kubel worked hard To help make This evenT happen. Burgenerlj Lk v J f 1 Wm X Georgia Grayham and escorT l?operT David Parker. 68 Miss Dawson is having a greai Time! who l 1.-2 A f' i, ' l E3ll'W D FOGKG X. ' C' Fl 3,13 3 'l F . , ll lv ll H ,J AN C. ,. ,ff I John Clogslon ond Melisso Pfoffly The "Best Couple" Bob Copeland ond Tomi Conlwell A, . 9 "vc: 1. lv ' r' -T : Dorreh Forsylhe wonders how Miss Sishey will gel oll Those Dol Cory Cooley ond Soro Scoll looms home! Junior -Senior Field Dov Junior-Senior Field Doy is o doy off from school work, or Time of fun ond enjoyment This doy oonsisfs of games ThoT promotes good hedllhy compeTiTion beTween The Two closses. The Trip wos sponsored by NHS, ond wiThouT Their suppori, This doy wouldn'T have been possible. . T r ri s 'Ci i , I., ,, 1 f me ,V f ,fe ' J ' ' W 5 -f 1 ., ' , 1 w ,C , . , , 'Q '4 1 r s Viv W ,M -T .. in is mewnfgix p '14 In 'P 1 f Srhy ff I AWK iuvwfwa I Rachel Kendrick Class oi 1988 X R . X Q0 As o 7 yeor old, you set demanding gools for yourself. In 4987 you reoched Tho? gool. Moy God bless you in your gools for The fulure, Much love, Mom 84 Doo CHAMPIONSHIPS B and B DRUG 10215 Tuma. Pm!- fubpeadaaz, Mama! 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