Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)
- Class of 1988
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t the beginning of each school
year, many students, whether
they're taking chemistry, biolo-
gy, foreign languages, or typing, ask
themselves why am I taking this class?
Walking through the halls day after day,
test after test, these students constantly
ask that question, hoping someday some-
one will answer back. However, sooner
or later the question fades away and the
student starts experiencing the new hori-
zons which come about when a bad first
impression becomes a fun experience.
Many times, a new horizon can mean a
new career which has been found through
experience, or just something you never
thought you would try and you did. It can
be learning a new song and dance in varsi-
ty chorale or going to your first day of
high school. Whatever the case is, a new
chapter of life has been written which will
live in your memory forever.
Homecoming '87 taking us to new horizons in the east
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Euclid students looking for new horizons in friendships.
Mr. Perez initiated new horizons in dance
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The library offers new horizons in learning.
Student Council supplied the school with new horizons in
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A school of multi-directions
Euclid High: the school of new horizons and opportunity
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The soccer team
1987, the year of the deadbolt
Our mascot showing his ferocity
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Class of '88, your year is here
A pep rally before the Euclid-Maple Hts. game showed our version
The new Justice Center will give Euclid modern law facilities of the Mustangs
A decoration symbolizing new wisdom at Euclid High School Euclid teachers almost striking for new rights
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A new theme for the Homecoming dance
Same old Euclid Panther with a new person inside
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showing who's number one
Robqrt Smith and friends bonfnre
his year's fashion at Euclid
was "washed out". The pre-
dominant fad on the scene
was denim. Whether stone washed
or acid washed or just pastel, this
once true western craze spread and
branded Panther fashion. Short
sweaters returned somewhat and
the minis were strong once again.
Safari made its way on a possible
last roaring performance and the
new trends included Spuds Mac-
kenzie T-shirts and tags appearing
outside collars. Swatches seemed
to be everywhere, with an ever in-
creasing number of kinds. With jew-
elry, the pharse Hanything goes"
applied. Reebok's reign persisted
as granny boots and flats took over
for girls. Colorful socks were worn
lt seemed it was a year of flash-
backs for fashion. Popular trends
echoed the footsteps of fads of de-
cades past and although some Pan-
thers did not stay with the "in"
styles, they showed their own class
with individual uniqueness in dress.
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showing off the latest in short
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s if the loads of homework wern't
enough, many Euclid students
face the added joy of going to
work after school. This didn't really make
your day, first listening to the teachers
scream, then your grumpy boss yelling at
the slightest thing, but it was worth it
when Friday rolled around and your hand
was full with the fruits of your labor.
Namely, the paycheck. Although every
one would prefer more than what they
got, the measly little check did look pret-
ty good when compared to asking
mommy or daddy for money before go-
ln the positive sense, jobs gave a feel-
ing of accomplishment and pride, A
strong sense of responsibility came with a
job which was hard to learn anywhere
else. Students learned a lot from early
employment that prepared them for fu-
ture jobs of higher importance.
Most Euclid students were found work-
ing in the Euclid area in such places as
Dave's Supermarket and Bernie Shul-
man's. lt was also hard to walk through
the Mall without spotting a fellow student
hard at work in one of the many stores.
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"Work is dissapointing but in the end, the
money makes it all worth whilelf
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Keith McClurkin loves sticky buns
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or an all out too short evening on
October 4th, 1987,the E-room was
transformed into "A Night in the
Orient" Homecoming '87 was filled with
images of the Far East - pagodas, oriental
fans,and a running brook surrounded by
lush greenery. This year's first couples
dance,it was also one of Student Coun-
cil's largest drawings ever with over 330
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Valencic was "very impressed by the
tasty refreshments" which included
shrimp cocktail and egg rolls. There was
even a Homecoming "takeout package"
with fortune cookies and a surprise for-
tune in each one. Everyone had a good
fortune and a good time at this year's
couples in attendance. Senior Michelle
Francine Moore and her bodyguards
Rhonda Littlejohn, Margo Mayner, Ta
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their hands warm.
1987 graduate Anthony Lauria and date Amy Hickock taking
home some souvenirs
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Phil Matish, Dana Murphy, Greg Kernc, and Vera Our queen, Jeanine Oblak on her wicker throne.
Barkly admire Rick Pennyfs unique footwear.
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t's September 2, 1987, the first day
of school, and the first thing you
come upon is an ugly, green and
brown locker that makes you nauseous.
Besides its nasty appearance, it also de-
vises thousands of ways to annoy stu-
dents, such as refusing to close, jamming,
slamming its door on your fingers, and
letting the handle fall off. What can stu-
dents do to prevent this locker abuse?
One way students found to fight the terri-
ble fiends was to decorate them with pic-
tures of rock stars, pets, animals, friends,
and gorgeous men and women. Others
Missy Ball using her locker for her art work
Danelle Gildone, Diana Koman and Cheree Turner
were too embarassed to show their lockers.
put mirrors on their lockers so they could
vainly admire themselves between class-
es, and some put up notepads for com-
munication and shelves for extra storage
space. Besides this, students also decorat-
ed the outside of lockers with "Happy
Birthday" messages. All in all, lockers are
student's 'homes away from home.'
Lockers offered students the chance to
express who they are and what they're
interested in with artistic decorations.
They're also a great place to throw books
and other unwanted things.
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Sally Bierer seems to be fond of her locker
Heidi Martin wasted no time in decorating her
Christine Yurcich and Kristin Schoen don't want
to leave their lockers
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holding the lockers in place
Kristina Motiejunas and Mario Merino discussing
what they'll do when their lockers
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Another Rob Lowe fan
Kathy Paroska and Tina llc get ready to
go home after cleaning out their locker
f for one day during the school year
you see ghosts, witches, flashers,
even the Statue of Liberty, roaming
through the halls of Euclid High School,
don't be alarmed. That day could only be
Halloween, sometimes the only time all
year where students really want to come
to school. It doesn't matter how you get a
costume, or where you got it from, just as
long as you had a good one. Of course,
some, like the 'Mac Tonight' of commer-
cial fame, are better than others, but any
costume will get you candy when you're
trick or treating on Halloween night. Who
says high school students aren't smart?
They found out this way to get free can-
dy, didn't they?
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Some of the brave, outrageous student costumes
.and unusual teacher costumes
ittfslng under the stars and a
, lplefliiifa of hor d'oeuvres made
fQ this Sieafs Valentine's Ball on
'Fibruary '13th truly a night of "Moonlit
The magic was seen in over 2000 heli-
um filled balloons which suspended spar-
kling stars and hearts above the dance
floor. White columns with captions of
greenery and clouds lined the walls and
created an atmosphere of elegance and
simplicity. Inside the E-room a disk jock-
ey played all of the favorite songs while
outside the E-room a roving violinist sup-
plied mood music for the couples. The
food was up to the high quality that has
been associated with Student Council
dances and included roast beef being cut
by a chef. The usual memory pictures
were taken of the couples. More than
250 couples were in attendance and had
a wonderful time.
The King, Queen and Court was an-
nounced at 9:15 to a packed houseXfiThe
Queen was Michelle yValencic andgmem-
bers of her court were Karen Kosmerl,
Nicole Moinar and The
King was Todd Uhlir and brifgcourt con-
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Mr Perez shakes it up with the Beach Boys.
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The pride of Euclid our 10-0 football team.
Varsity Chorale singing on down the Big River
Matt Medve, Matt Brizes, Adam Stauffer and their
stuffed buddy at a pep rally.
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he year started off in a great
big bang when the whistle
blew and everyone ran into
line. Headed by the band's director
Bill Shafer and Dave Viglione the
marching band season was called
into line in the middle of August.
Marching rudiments in the sun, real-
izing that there are only eight steps
to one yard played a big impor-
tance in a practice. Making circles,
squares, and staight lines made up
a Friday night show. Throughout
the season, the marching band par-
ticipated in the Wolly Bear Festival,
the Festival of the Bands, which
was held in the stadium downtown,
and they cheered on the football
team at every game. The band
played for an Indians Baseball
Game and hopes to get involved
with more shows and participate in
more events such as these. Mr.
Shafer and Mr. Viglione encour-
aged the traveling for experience
and getting those Euclid colors on
top of the best. The band sold
fudge and candy which raised
enough money for new uniforms,
for the band. The uniforms were to
be worn, hopefully in the Memorial
Day Parade if not during the band
concert, at the end of the year.
They our ready now and their ex-
citement will carry for next year,
for they are coming in style and in
good sound, to cheer on the foot-
ball team all the way, and to put the
blue and gold on the map!
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Marching Band. Row 1: Vicki Jaworsky, Mike LaManna, Paul Young, Andy Logar, Rick Penny, Rick
Renner, Marty Turek, Nate Holloway, Jim Segulin, Jenny Dreis, Cindy Kleckner. Row 2: Laurie Bock,
Shannon Smith, Steve Burke, Jay Stephens, Matt Sawyer, Tom Gron, Rob Terlizzi, Dan Mansperger, Missy
Gammon, Bill Kunes, Tom Reynolds, Stacy Hamilton. Row 3:Chris Zagore, Rich Brentar, Steve Woodard,
Harry Luikart, Bryan Wolowiecki, Jeff Swanson, Kathie Davis, Matt McPeek, Laura Pizmoht, Mike Blasius,
Chris Shenk, Chris Bryant, Howie Taylor, Jennifer Krasnik. Row 4: Mary Dengel, Beth Perdan, Brian
Sterrick, Greg Skok, Vince Riha, Kurtis Posey, Ryan Lawson, James Mixon, Jim Kosmerl, Ray Lynn,
Catinna Brewington, Lara Lomac, Deidre Clark. Row 5: Valerie McCarthy, Roger Kunes, Ken Wolenski,
Denise Baird, Rose Pizmoht, Steve Christen, Frank Mansi, Charles Nichols, Chuck Burtyk, Jeff Kropf,
Domenic Gubitosi, Erin Fox. Row 6: Theresa Zahursky, Shari Fuhrman, Laura Roll, Kan DiBartolomeo,
Denise Johnson, Regina Wims, Janet Hula, Marcus Hutton, Dan Frattin, Allen Radolovic, Andy Schwartz,
Denise Denovich. Row 7: Charles Cummings, Denny Coy, Sally Bierer, Gunnard Doboze, Caroline Holland,
Nancy Cook, Ken Sheets, Cathy Day, Tracey Baranowski, Jim Sims, Lisa Baber, Crystal Young. Row 8:
Kim Moore, Kim Faint, Debbie Mlller, Kim Konrad, Molly Miller, Jessica Keating, Jeanette Henry, Sherry
Gezann, Maureen Hannan, Bernie Zupancic, Sheila White, Meg Fair, Cindy Renner. Row 9: Lisa Riedel,
Diane Hodnichak, Teresa Yuhas, Kellie Koren, Jenny Beck, Coleen Bradach.
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he 1987-88 Majorettes enjoyed
another successful season as Eu-
clid's "Golden Girls". Led by cap-
tain, Kellie Koren, the majorettes partici-
pated in eleven pre-game and half time
shows. ln addition, they participated in a
Cleveland Indians Game, the Vermillion
Wolly Bear Parade, the G.C.C. Tourna-
ment, and the Euclid Memorial Day Pa-
rade along with the Marching Band.
This season was special as three of the
Majorettes were the first four-year Major-
ettes in the history of Euclid High School.
Captain Kellie Koren, Diane Hodnichak,
and Teresa Yuhas acted as "big sisters"
to the three freshman on the team, Co-
leen Bradach, Lisa Riedel, and Jennifer
Beck. They spent a lot of time practicing,
marching, and twirling their batons. Many
memories were made this year. This year
was the greatest football season ever for
the Euclid Panthers.
Majorettes.Coleen Bradach, Teresa Yuhas, Kellie Koren, Diane Hodnichak, Lisa Riedel, Jennifer Beck.
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If you've ever seen a half-time perfor-
mance at a Euclid football game, you've
undoubtedly noticed the flags twirling in
perfect synchronization. That's the Flag
Corps led on the field by co-captains
Vicki Jaworsky and Cindy Kleckner. The
girls on the team practice every night
during the football season and fourth and
fifth periods. According to three year
member Stacy Hamilton, "Sometimes
you just don't feel like going to practice,
but Mrs. Houchins makes sure you're
there so you look good on Friday night."
Flag Corps has given an opportunity for
more students to participate in school
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Clark, Jennifer Krasnik, Erin Fox, Denise Denovich, Julie Toth. Row three-
Glenn, Theresa Zahursky, Valerie McCarthy, Crystal Young, Chris Zagore,
Playing peek-a-boo with the camera.
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oncert band is made up of
musicians who, after the
conclusion of the marching
band season, work hard and prac-
tice for the annual winter and l
spring concerts each year. With the
band directors, Dave Viglione and
William Shafer, the band did plan to
attend the OMEA cotest last year .
for the first time. This band pre-
pares the students for more study
and musical achievement which will
promote them to a spot on sym-
phonic wind ensemble.
The start of a new tradition for
Euclid's concert band will be the
best musical achievement to Eu-
clid's music program.
Concert Band Wind. Row 1: Cindy Renner, Bernie Zupancic, Kim Faint, Meg Fair, Jessica Keating,
Melissa Willingham. Row 2: Janet Hula, Valena Maddox, Paulnetta Wilcox, Beth Hammer, Tracey
Baranowski, Sheri Furman, Denise Johnson. Row 3: Mark Macleod, Ken Sheets, Ken Kilgore, Allen
Radolovic, Frank Mansi, Dan Frattin, Chuck Burtyk, Charles Nichols, Ken Wolenski.
Concert Band Brass. Row 1: Mike LaManna, Steve Burke, Catinna Brewington, LaTesha Smith, Charles
Cummings, Denny Coy. Row 2: Brent Berardinelli, Rich Renner, Nate Holloway, Missy Gammon, Jennifer
Dreis, Tom Gron, Paul Young. Row 3: Kurtis Posey, Shannon Smith, Ray Brown, Brian Sterrick, Laura
Pizmoht, Rob Terlizzi, Chris Shenk, Matt McPeek, Jeff Swanson, Harry Luikart, Jim Kosmerl, Alfred
Beth Perdan, Sheri Fuhrman and Tracey Baran-
owski practicing for their number.
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Symphonic Wind Ensemble Wind. Row 1: Sheri Gezann, Debbie Miller, Kim Konrad, Sheila White,
Maureen Hannan, Jeanette Henry, Molly Miller. Row 2: Dan DiBartolomeo, Cathy Day, Laura Roll, Nancy
Cook, Lisa Baber, Kathie Davis, Roger Kunes. Row 3: Jeff Kropf, Denise Baird, Steve Christen, Domenic
Gubitosi, Andy Schwartz, Joe Tressler, Gunnard Doboze.
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Symphonic Wind Ensemble
he 1987-88 Symphonic
Wind Ensemble was one of
the best ever. The director
was William Shafer and under his
direction many of the members
were expected to participate in the
annual district OMEA contest.
Members of the Symphonic
Wind Ensemble were chosen by au-
dition. Each person was required to
perform an assigned piece of mu-
sic. In addition to the auditon, there
was also a sight reading piece which
had to be performed. The musi-
cians were ranked on the basis of
their auditions. The best musicians
were chosen from each section and
became members of the Symphonic
Wind Ensemble. .
, The Symphonic Wind Ensemble
performed concerts in February
and in May.
The Symphonic Wind Ensemble
hoped to attain its highest goals this
year since they were familiar with
the director that they've had for the
past two years. A significant part of
this year's program was the acquisi-
tion of new band uniforms.
Synphonlc Wind Ensemble Brass. Row l:Keith
Speroff, Jay Stephens, Tom Reynolds, Bill Kunes
Andy Logar, Matt Sawyer, Rick Penny. Row 2
Ryan Lawson, Rich Brentar, David Bauer, Sally
Bierer, Dan Mansperger, Greg Skok, Lara Lomac
Jim Segulin. Row 3: Ray Lynn, Howie Taylor, Mike
Blasius, Chris Bryant, Steve Woodard, Craig Mur
owsky, Bryan Wolowiecki.
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rom 10:30 to 11:15 was a
time when rosin flew and the
fun began for members of
the Euclid High School orchestra.
There were only 38 members this
year and almost half of the orches-
tra was composed of band mem-
bers. Rehersals for just orchestra
were every day but every Tuesday
and Thursday was a full rehersal. ln
the full rehersals there were not
only the strings but the brass, the
woodwinds and the percussions.
The orchestra performed three
times during the year. The first per-
formance was the Christmas con-
cert, then the Winter concert and
finally the Spring concert. Orches-
tra members also played in the pit
for Big Show.
Helen Chen was the president of
Orchestra while Heidi Martin was
vice president and Kim Miller and
Maureen DeJong were the
Some of the members of the Marching Band are also members
of the Orchestra.
Orchestra wind. Row l: James Sims, Dan DiBartolomeo, Nancy Cook, Kim Konrad, Debbie Miller,
Denise Baird. Row 2: Denny Coy, David Bauer, Sally Bierer, Greg Skok, Richard Brentar. Row 3: Kurtis
Posey, Mike Blasius, Tom Reynolds, Jim Segulin, Chris Bryant, Ray Lynn.
Orchestra string. Row 1: Heidi Martin, Kim Miller, Helen Chen, Lara Lomac, Joe Cesa, Barb Steele.
Row 2: Beth Perdan, Maureen DeJong, Ayanna Matthews, Kim Mikich, Ann Kelly, Jenny Sankey. Row 3:
Carol Morgan-Brown, Lucretia Dillard, Sonya Yates, Jay Stephens, Darryl East, Tom Kermode, Kim
Jazz Band. Row 1: Nancy Cook, Andy Schwartz, Steve Christen, Rose Pizmoht, Domenic Gubitosi. Row
2: David Bauer, Sally Bierer, Denny Coy, Richard Brentar, Chris Bryant. Row 3: Bill Shafer, Denise Baird,
Rick Penny, Tom Reynolds, Jay Stephens, Bill Kunes, Jim Segulin, Bryan Wolowiecki.
The Jazz Band has to practice a lot in order to be able to excel as they do.
Bill Kunes practicing his drumming on Nancy
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988 was a "new" year for
the "old" Jazz Band of Eu-
clid High School. With their
new director, Mr. William Shafer,
the jazz band toured Boston, Con-
necticut and New York. On March
4 they traveled to the Lakeland
Jazz Festival and had a great blow
out session as usual. Mr. Shafer
taught the group how to improvise
and gain control of their own styles
of playing. The Euclid Jazz Band
had many seniors this year so there
will have to be new talent entering
to make next year's band as alive as
this year's was. Don't worry Euclid,
Jazz Band will be back and swinging
Dennis Coy waiting for things to get started.
Choral Masters. Row 1: Denise Baird, Michele Meyers, Love Hudson, Beth
Hammer, Jennifer Mason, Caroline Holland, Melissa Focareto, Gina Midolo. Row 2:
Laura Asseff, Maria Dent, Mary Sweet, Margaret Fair, Francine Moore, Stephanie
Walton, Jeanine Oblak, Amanda Sustersic. Row 3: Renee Shimko, Tracy Thomas,
Shawn Kline, Gina Juengel, Jennifer Welker, Nick DiBartolomeo. Row 4: Julie
Sterbank, Angie Gamber, Heather Morrison, Dee Ann Parker, Maryann Waschura,
Dominic Rymarczyk, Richard Brentar, Andy Schwarz, David Gray, Jeff Syroney,
horal Masters is a group of
approximately 80 to 90
students that met first peri-
od every day. This was a credit
class under the direction of Robert
Godfrey. The Choral Masters gave
two annual performances in addi-
tion to any other scheduled shows.
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one of the vocal
music groups at
Euclid High School. This
group was the basic beginning
choir that was composed of
both girls and boys. This choir
prepared students for the
more advanced group of sing-
ers known as Choral Masters.
Mixed Chorus presented two
concerts per year and were
taught the basic steps of vo-
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Choral Masters. Row 1: Mary Jo Miller, Melissa Long, Liz Kuhen, Jennifer Jones,
Mirta Maria, Christa Deister. Row 2: Jill Enneper, Kay Corrigan, Roslind Blackmon,
Jennifer Waltermire, Val Zupancic, Kerri McReynolds, Carolyn lvaskovic, Kim Col-
quitt, Kim Brown, Lara Lomac. Row 3: Troy Berger, Ray Lynn, Pat Cater, Mike
Betts, Howie Taylor, Chris Chinni, Chris Obockzy, Katie Roach, Christie Fazio, Stacy
Hamilton. Row 4: Jeff Davis, Jay Stephens, Greg Ogorek, Bruce Thomas, Bill
Rabbits, Phil Arnold, Rob Roach, Megan Wandersleben, Eda Persic, Shannon Straub.
Mixed Chorus. Row 1: Annette Massey, Latanya
Moultry, Nikki Farmer, Missy Dorsey, Felicia An-
derson, Aerica Bothwell, Shalom Lawrence, Angie
Zingale, Angela Jones. Row 2: Theresa Michael,
Jenny Marks, Nicole Lozada, Julie Liderbach, Shan-
non Hinton, Heidi Hilger, Traci Henderson. Row 3:
Dawn Kirchner, Robin Hunt, Kim Herman, Vinni
Woods, Michelle Wagner, Chantel VanDyne, Delon
Stephens, Lisa Smith. Row 4: Jesse Coleman, Ver-
nard Adams, lan Matlock, Michael Carney, Tracy
Barrett, Melissa Vrabel, Christy Coulter, Stephanie
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o you remember the songsg
Varsity Drag, Doctor
Doom, Everybody Loves
My Baby, and Muddy Water from
the brand new Broadway hit musi-
cal Big River? Well, these were
only a few of the songs performed
by the 1987-88 Euclid Varsity
This year's group was uniquely
different from all previous groups
since it consisted of twice as many
Every year tryouts were held for
the members of Choral Masters.
Each individual was judged on
hisfher singing, dancing, and dra-
This year only seven members
returned from last year's group.
The rest was made up of sopho-
mores and juniors and two seniors.
This year they travelled to New
York, Boston and Connecticut.
girls as boys.
Varsity Chorale. Row 1: Bryan Wolowiecki, Helen Chen, Denise Baird, Ray Lynn. Row 2: Rich Brentar,
Greg Ogorek, Mary Jo Miller, Jennifer Mason, Meg Fair, Jenny Waltermire, Troy Berger, Jeanine Oblak,
Nick DiBartolomeo, Jenny Jones, Val Zupancic, Liz Kuhen, Kay Corrigan. Row 3: Stephanie Walton, Jason
Goodman, Mike Betts, Roz Blackmon. Row 4: Jeff Davis, Amanda Sustersic, Jeff Syroney, Gina Midolo,
Missy Focareto, Dominic Rymarczyk, Missy Long, Todd Trevarthen.
Raise your hand if you're sure.
The instrumental section of Varsity Chorale.
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he football cheerleaders showed
their talent since the beginning of
the season. At camp, the varsity
cheerleaders were awarded the Excel-
lence Plaque, the J.V. squad won Top
Squad, the highest award given, and all
three of the squads, varsity , J.V.,and
Freshman, were awarded the Spirit
With their cheeriness and pep they
kept up the spirit throughout the season.
Every Wednesday, the cheerleaders
stayed after shcool and painted signs to
help everyone get pysched up for the
games. On Friday's the varsity cheerlead-
ers gave the football players a little some-
thing, such as a twinkie with a sign saying
"Cream 'em!", to help the players get
even more pysched and to show them
that they really cared. They cheered
through all the games even when it was
freezing cold. They cheered on the foot-
ball players with great pep and big smiles.
lt was that kind of talent and spirit that
the cheerleaders promoted that helped
the football team have such a successful
JV Football Cheerleaders. Row one:Angela Perry, Jenni-
fer Dudziak, Chris Valencic. Row two:Jackie Thomas, Bridget
Negrelli, Jennifer Masley.
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Varsity Football Cheerleaders. Front row:Kim Brown, Danielle Lauver, Karen Reed, Tascia Szalay,
Tracy Scolaro. Back row:Vicki Medved, Nina Valencic, Michelle Valencic, Tiffiney Oatman.
Freshmen Football Cheerleaders. Row one: Ra Shanda Jackson, Stacie Yuhas, Christine Schaefer,
Janene Zakrajsek, Heather Kristoff. Row two:Meghan Taylor, Jeanette Miller, Jessica Kovac.
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Varsity Cheerleaders: Panther, Jeanine Oblak, Nora Race, Nina Valencic, Kristin Schoen, Tascia Szalay,
Sue Amato, Kathy Kushma, Danielle Lauver, Danielle DeSico, Vicky Medved, Tiffiney Oatman, Amy
JV Cheerleaders: Jennifer Dudziak, Bridget Ne-
grelli, Shalom Lawrence, Jennifer Masley, Chris
heerleading was a great
thing to be involved in.
There was a wide range of
activities that were a part of the
program. From summer practices,
to camp, carwashes, after-school
pratices, and the games them-
selves, the girls realy became a
team. ,They learned how to be a
good cheerleader and also a good
person. They learned to under-
stand other's ideas and decisions
and gained a sense of responsibility.
All cheerleading squads should
have this willingness to work hard
at camp where Euclid won both of
the only two trophies given.
Kristin Schoen and Danielle De-
Sico said "Our coach , Mrs. Yuhas,
makes the games a lot of fun and
practices more bearablef' As they
pointed out, the girls relationship
with their coach was important and
it was something they really
Euclid's cheerleading program
has shown the girls a lot of things,
both good and bad. They felt that
all the girls worked hard and always
will be happy that they were apart
of the Euclid High Cheerleading
Freshmen Cheerleaders, Row 1: Meghan Tay-
lor, Jeanette Miller, Kerri Alesnik. Row 2: Chris
Schaefer, Patti Burke, Janene Zakrajsek.
The cheerleaders performing their routines.
he student council was a group of
student representatives who met
weekly to further school spirit and
foster community service. They provided
a bridge to discuss student needs and
relay them to the faculty. The club con-
sisted of about seventy fun loving mem-
bers who together sponsor Homecoming,
dances, the Valentine Ball, the Communi-
ty Halloween Party, and much, much
The officers on this year's council
were: Adam Stauffer, President, Val Stu-
pica,Vice Presidentflrinance mgr., and
Kim Porten, Vice President! Business
mgr. They worked to direct the energies
of the Council and get jobs done efficient-
ly. The officers also plan meetings, con-
trol correspondence, and work hard.
The faculty advisor for the Student
Council was Miss Sandi Bambic, and she
was the real backbone behind the club. "I
don't see how the Student Council could
function without Miss Bambic's support
and ideas," said Jim Samuel, a four year
So that was Student Council -- a combi-
nation of students, spirit, and the right
faculty adviser to make everyone in Eu-
clid High School a little happier and a
little more spirited.
Sharon Swyt and Lee Swope wondering where to start.
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Student Council Row l:Paul Kudlak, Michelle Valencic. Row 2:Noah Sperner, Jennifer Mason, Cynthia
Grubach, Heather Miranda, Lisa Drage, Mary Sweet, Michelle Sari, Beth Brickman, Julie Fischer, Michelle 1
Newcomb, Adam Stauffer. Row 3:Tom Hoag, Love Hudson, Missy Long, Michele Yee, Jennifer Walter- I
mire, Laura Glover, April Tanner, Lisa Hradek, Liz Oroz, Janene Zakrajsek. Row 4:Heidi Sacko, Sharon
Billi, Gina Juengel, Dana Scott Pam Buehner, Barb Springer, Nicole Crombie, Kathy Waltermire, Lisa
Marvin, Stacy Duchon, Shannon Thomas, Chad Highland, Dave Duchon, Sandi Bambic, Row 5:Sharon
Swyt, Bill McGuinness, Karla Osolin, Ketan Patel, John Martens, Jim Samuel, Mia Parise, Kim Porten, Val
Zupancic, Susie Krulc, Julie Noble, Kellie Ugrinic, Lee Swope, Becky Sperner, Stephanie Walton, Dave
Busy days in the office. Paul Kudlak and Michelle Valencic pass-
ing the brush.
Students enjoying Student Council's homecoming dance.
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' ten, Adam Stauffer, and Val Zupancic,
Key Club. Row 1: Tracey Baranowski, Kathie Davis, Sue Schilling, Jim Kosmerl. Row 2: Jennifer Marks,
Harry Luikart, Chrissi Galaida, Kim Moore, Mary Dengel. Row 3: Walter Hill, Kiwanis advisor, Jim Segulin,
Keith McClurkin, Pat Vihtelic, Anthony Castrovinci, Gerald Moore, Matt Tomsic, Mary Stimburys.
elieve it or not, Key Club
has been in Euclid High
School for 38 years, but yet
many people were still not aware of
what happened in this very unique
Key Club, in gerneral, was an or-
ganization which was sponsored by
the local Kiwanis clubs in the area,
made up of high school students,
and helped with school and commu-
nity activities. What did that man
for Euclid? The Key Club at Euclid
did many things for the school such
as guiding and setting up for open
house. They assisted in the Special
Olympics in their swimming and
This year's officers included
Kathie Davis, president, Tracey
Baranowski, lst vice-president,
Keith McClurkin, 2nd vice-presi-
dent, Jim Segulin, secretary, and
Sue Schilling, treasurer. They con-
tributed to the outstanding year
that the club had.
Key Club was for those interest-
ffi ,if ed in helping others. As Tracey
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Laura Pizmoht, Tracey Baranowski and Dave Segulin as 'He-Man Heroes'.
Shawn Kobus and Dennis Coy killing time. Kathie Davis and Shawn Kobus with some friends at Key Club
Key Club 37
rom was a very important time in the
lives of seniors everywhere. At Euclid
the senior class cabinet was faced
with the task of organizing and making that
night a special one for all.
This year's senior cabinet was composed
of 13 members of the senior class who were
elected to that position or placed there be-
cause of their superior service. They met
during homeroom and went over plans with
advisors, Miss Harris, Mr. Perez and Mr.
McGuinness. In addition to Prom, the cabi-
net also chose graduation announcements
and planned the senior luncheon. Dances,
flower sales, Senior Talent Night and Prom
Aid were all organized to raise money for
The hard work and effort of this year's
cabinet resulted in a fun and memorable
senior year for everyone. The members con-
tinued to encourage school spirit and class
involvement with the class of '88.
he Junior Class Cabinet was made up
of 40 eager students who were elect-
ed by their peers. For the first time,
they were given their own homeroom. They
successfully won the canned food drive and
the Christmas decoration competition. Also
there was a fabulous Christmas dance as
well as a spring dance. A major concern of
this fund raising was to help defray costs for
Leading this enthusiastic and talented
group were Mrs. Fox and Mr. Russo. The
class of '89 was overflowing with spirit in
preparation for their senior year. The cabi-
net definately left its mark as a group ready
to lead Euclid High.
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Senlor class cabinet. Ray Rhone, Dana Scott, Brinda Kumar, Tom Holland, Joe Vehar, Chris Chinni,
Shawn Kobus, Nancy Cook, Beth Hammer, Paul Kudlak, Jeff Davis, Kimi Masterson, Julie Sterbank,
Junior class cabinet. Row l: Gina Diaddario, Steve Dekleva, Alison Zahler, Erin Walsh, Kristi Attwood,
Barbie Jurkovic, Nora Race. Row 2: Heidi Martin, Amy Hickok, Lisa Baber, Eric Nebe, Cheryl Porter,
Annie Cirino, Carolyn Brandich, Betsy Tobolewski, Jennifer Davis, Sue Lisac, Laurie Zigman, Leila
Thomas, Dwayne Sattler, Kathy Kushma, Vicki Medved, Karen Reed, Lisa Anderson. Row 3: Gerald
Moore, Jim Cudo, Valencia Strowder, Jill Sopko, Sue Walsh, Gunnie Meany, Kelly Vanah, Tasha Spencer,
Senior class cabinet members working during homeroom.
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National Honor Society. Row 1: Tim Belavich, Julie Barcza, John Martens, Chris Chinni. Row 2: Julie
Sterbank, Beth Hammer, Bryan Wolowiecki, Katie Weakland, Adam Stauffer, Shawn Kobus, Val Zupancic
Debbie Miller, Jim Hunt, Mrs. Schmeling.
Katie Weakland enjoys her NHS meeting.
Dancing NHS member Julie Barcza.
An evening with Adam Stauffer.
National Honor Society
ational Honor Society was
a nation-wide organization
that was composed of stu-
dents selected for their scholarship,
service, and leadership abilities. In
1988, Euclid's NHS, unlike past
years, made itself known. The
group was composed of seniors
who were selected at the end of
their junior year. They met approx-
imately once a month to plan their
activities. A major project for the
year was tutoring 5th and 6th grad-
ers at Forest Park. One day a week
members would travel to the school
and help the kids in such subjects as
math, science, and spelling. Anoth-
er project was being "Student
Guides" for Open House. Members
were stationed in the east gym and
cafeteria and helped parents locate
teachers. NHS also selected two
students, Shawn Kobus and Adam
Stauffer to try for the NHS
Mrs. Schmeling was the group's
advisor and Tim Belavich was the
president. Aiding them were Terri
Schmeling as secretary and Julie
Barcza as treasurer.
The group's most important ac-
tivity was the induction of new
members at the end of the year. All
in all, it was a terrific year for the
members of the National Honor
Chris Chinni and Laura Asseff show how to dance
This year's Fall Play offered a different
sort of experience, having three extreme-
ly enjoyable plays instead of one - a mys-
tery, drama and comedy.
"Trifles", written by Susan Glaspell re-
volved around the strangling death of a
man, and the search for evidence by
County Attorney Henderson and Sheriff
Peters. They beared witness to defense
for the wife of the dead man by Mrs.
Peters and Mrs. Hall as well as an account
of the day of the murder by Mr. Hall.
Cast included Nancy Cook, Tina Soltesz,
Dan Geddes, Bill Castrovince and Greg
Following them came "The Old Lady
Shows Her Medals" by J. M. Barrie. Dur-
ing World War I, a London charwoman,
Mrs. Dowey, pretended to have a son, to
fit in with her friends, Mrs. Mickleham,
Mrs. Tully and Mrs. Haggerty. The twist
came when the Reverend brought her
assumed son to her home. Beth Hammer,
Tom Kermode, Heidi Martin, Katie
Roach, Michele Meyers and Todd Tre-
varthan were in the cast.
The modern comedy "Louder, I Can't
Hear You' by Bill Gleason wrapped up
the evening. Marge Brown faced a dilem-
ma familiar to mothers everywhere - be-
ing ignored. She desired the attention of
daughters Ann and Butch and husband
Oscar. A visit to the psychiatrist, Dr. Phil-
lips leaves her problems unsolved. Cast
included Brinda Kumar, Rob Johnson,
Gina Midolo, Missy Long, Tom Kermode
and Holly Pirsig.
lnvaluable was the help backstage from
Liz Oroz and Mary Sweet and lighting
crew Curt O'Neal and Jon Holmes. Of
course, without the patience and loving
direction from Mrs. McLaughlin and stu-
dent director Tina llc the shows wouldn't
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mode on his color coordination.
Bill Castrovince and Dan Geddes solving the puzzle
Jon Holmes and Curt O'Neal gave Fall Plan it's light and sound.
Rob Johnson, Gina Midolo, Missy Long and Brinda Kumar in "Louder, I Can't Hear You".
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any students through the
year have found that
some of their classes
were too difficult or too challenging
to tackle without help from some-
one else. These students were able
to sign up for a peer tutor to help
them in every subject. Peer tutors
he Foreign Language Club
was a group of students
who were interested in ex-
periencing differant cultures. They
attended differant events around
Cleveland such as the ballet, and
they went out to dinner at ethnic
restaurants such as Chi-Chi's and
The I-Iaufbrahaus. They also cele-
brated a German Christmas party.
Besides these activities, the group
was also interested in traveling to
Montreal over spring break, taking
a tour of downtown Cleveland, and
going to sporting events like the
Cavs and the Force. The advisor of
the group was Mrs. I-lodgins, and
David Mann was the president. The
club proved to be a very enriching
experience for the members, and as
one member put it, " a great way to
learn about people and cultures dif-
ferant from myselfn.
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were selected by their teachers on
their knowledge of certain subjects
or their special skills. Tutors met
with their tutees during study halls,
lunch periods, and after school to
help them with their work. The pro-
gram was headed by Miss Spiga,
and so far it has been a success.
Tutors were requested mostly in
the fields of algebra and geometry,
and also in chemistry and physical
science. Some of the less requested
subjects were English, history, and
foreign languages. The program
has proved to be a good idea, and
many students, tutors and tutees,
have benefitted from it.
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Chinni, Gail Van Ness, Heidi Martin. Row 2: Susie Krulc, Nicolle Pavlic, Kim Moore, Brinda Kumar, Sharon
Billi, Brian Ashman. Row 3: Eric Berry, Curt Spencer, Michelle Sari, Natasha Spencer, Alison Zahler, Kimi
Foreign Language Club. Row 1: Michelle Kitis, Jennifer Mantel, Rachelle Roethel, Stephanie Smolic,
Michelle Newcomb, Elise Clemence, Christine Oblak. Row 2: David Mann, Curt Spencer, January Jenkins,
Sharon Swyt, John Swyt, Lee Swope.
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resident's Club opened the door to
diversity. At first thought, one may
have thought the members of the
President's Club planned to run for the
White House. But, no, that was not the main
intention of the group. lt's aim was to intro-
duce new and exciting fields of life other
than the usual 'Leave it to Beaver' reruns
and 'Mad' magazines. The President's Club
members participated in new dimensions of
culture by attending performances usually
ignored by the common teen-age student.
This year's leaders, Tina Soltesz and Tina
llc had big plans for the 1987-88 President's
Club. Events planned included attending
such plays as the "Nutcracker", the "Mar-
riage of Fiegaro", "West Side Story" and
other theatrical greats in Cleveland.
The President's Club was open to anyone
who was looking for something new. If ev-
eryday life got too tedious you just might
have been able to find a cultural side of
yourself that you never thought you had.
President's Club. Row 1: Maren Lueersen, Kimi Masterson, Jennifer Mason, Marie Sheridan, Janene Zakrajsek, Nancy Cook, Beth Hammer. Row 2: Beth Schafer,
Sharon Billi, Dave Rosser, Curt Spencer, Julie Barcza, January Jenkins. Row 3: Heidi Hilger, Susie Krulc, Nikki Crombie, Tina Soltesz, Chris Vukovic, Kathy Paroska,
Tina llc, Bill Castrovince.
Tina Soltesz and Tina llc preside
over the presidents.
any Euclid High School
events such as Big Show,
Senior Talent Night, and
choral concerts were often glam-
ourous and exciting productions,
and the actors and singers always
got high praise. But who were the
people behind the scenes that made
the production possible? They
were the Media Aides, a valuable
group of students who were headed
by Mr. Allen Black. The A.V. men
were responsible for sound and
lighting jobs which were often over-
looked as being simple in the big
productions. Without the dedica-
tion of those students, though, the
shows would not have gone on. The
Audio X Visual Department was also
responsible for delivering over-
heads, cassette players, VCR's and
movie projectors to teachers. The
Media Aides were a great asset to
Euclid High School.
Jeff Goerndt trudging through anoth-
Elizabeth Puhalj, Michele Meyers, Troy Berger, Mr. Perez, Joe Vehar and Todd Uhlir using
equipment supplied by the ,Media Aides.
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Media Aides, Row l:Matt Davis, Jeff Goerndt, Mike Cvelbar, John
Martens, Tom Reynolds, Dan Mansberger. Row 2:Dan DeFilippo, Rick
Durieko, Craig Voll, Joe Goerndt, Pat Vihtelic, Chris Baranowski, Roger
Hoffman, Mark Wirbel, Dean Lett.
Jon Holmes and Curt O'Neal controlling the lights in the Little Theater.
Anthony Castrovinci helping Allen Black with the A XV supplies.
ver wonder how the lucky
. people were chosen to sit in
that little window at all of
Euclid's sporting events? Those
flucky people' are members of AD
Club. The AD Club's lAthletic De-
partment Clubl purpose was to sell
the tickets that allow you into all of
Euclid's athletic events. Not only is
it fun, it taught the business of ath-
letics. The advisor of the Ad Club
was Mr. Raicevich.
Your're sitting in your most bor-
ing class. The minutes. are dragging
like an old muffler, and your've got
half an hour of class remaining. But
just as you've given up hope, an
angel comes into the room. An Of-
fice Aide. You know who they are.
They do yourunit -office's chores to
keep it moving smoothly. You're
referred to the office, given a day in
the hole, and your day had been
ruined. That class didn't look so
bad now did it? .
lmagine all the tickets that could be sold to these
Office Aides. Row 1: Dana Scott, Alison Zahler, Stacey Marron, Missy Long, Jenny
Waltermire, Jenny Jones, Lisa Hradek, Diane Cickavage, Kelly Higgins. Row 2: Julie
Sterbank, Nancy Cook, Diane Hodnichak, Tina Soltesz, Jenny Hopkins, Kathi Par-
oska, Tina llc. Row 3: Rob Roach, Sonia Cencic, Chantel Van Dyne, Charlene
Carter, Amy Hickok, Sharon Billi, Jennifer Mason, Danielle Tuckerman, Kelli
AD Club. Row 1: Betsy Tobolewski, Mary Sweet, Missy Long, Lisa Drage, Kathi Paroska, Tina llc. Row 2: Liz
Oroz, Michele Yee.
Alison Zahler and Kelli Newman at Mrs. McRedmond's Kim Miller enjoys her ticket work.
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and Marty Ture-k are comifng
he school's newspaper, The
Survey, was a great success
this year. The editors were
Kimi Masterson and Brinda Kumar,
who were aided by a number of
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assistant editors, reporters, and
The paper kept the students up
to date on current issues and
events. The Survey also allowed
students to speak their minds and
hear what their peers had to say.
An excellent feature of the paper
was "Soapbox" which was an arti-
cle devoted to a current-topic of
concern, such as AIDS. The final
edition of the paper each year was
devoted mostly to seniors. "Senior
Scandal" is printed, along with se-
niors most embarassing moments,
goodbyes, and last will and testa-
ments. All in all, the paper was a
terrific way for students to commu-
nicate their ideas, concerns, and
Survey Staff, row l:Michele Meyers, Jenny Hopkins, Brinda Kumar, Kimi Masterson, Bill Castrovince, Tina Soltesz, Tina llc, Kathy Paroska. ow 2: Kris Hren,
Maren Lueersen, Shawn Kobus, Llz Corrigan, Michele Yee, Katie Weakland. Row 3: Love Hudson, Adam Stauffer, Ketan Patel, Dave Rosser, Liz
Oroz, Alison Zahler.
Left:The backbone of Euclid's
Rlght:Editors-in-Chief Brinda Kumar
and Kimi Masterson plan the next
Survey aas Kathy Paroska, Maran
Lueersen and Tina Soltesz advise.
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ne of the best kept secrets
of 1988 was the Eucuyo,
Euclid High's own literary
magazine, which was composed of
prose, poetry, and artwork by cre-
ative EHS students. It was pub-
lished and sold at the end of the
,In 1988, Miss Carmody and Mrs.
Lidrbach advised the staff on poet-
ry and prose, and Dr. Araca ad-
vised them on artwork, The student
editor was Julie Sterbank, and her
assistant was Beth Perdan. The
staff met every other week to re-
view works submitted by students
or their English teachers. The
works were ranked, and those re-
ceiving the highest praise were se-
lected to be in Eucuyo. Ranking
was done anonymously, to assure
that favoritism was not a factor in
selecting the best works.
The magazine was a way for as-
piring artists and future writers to
show off their talents, and a way for
them to experience the thrill of be-
ing published for the first time.
Hopefully this endeavor will contin-
ue at Euclid High in the coming
years, enrichening students and
staff with up-and-coming artists and
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Eucuyo Staff, Row 1: Heidi Martin, Curt Spenser, Julie Sterbank, Stevie DeJong, Heather Rowe, Steve Smith. Row 2: Chris Chinni, Katie Weakland, Jenny
Docaro, Bill Castrovince.
Editor Julie Sterbank, Heidi Mar
tin and Heather Rowe were faith
i ful members of the Eucuyo.
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nless you have worked on
a yearbook you cannot ap-
preciate the amount of
time that was necessary to put the
book together. Hours of time were
spent in deciding what stories
should appear and then writing
them. Hours and hours were spent
taking pictures and sorting pictures
so they could be put in the layouts.
Looking for a particular picture
which you knew was there but
didn't know where. The problems
experienced when different people
worked on the same layout at dif-
ferent times and did it different
ways. The constant 'reinventing the
wheel' that was always occurring.
The hours necessary to make the
pictures and copy into a layout that
me Page! Oul'
would become a page in the year-
book. All the hudreds of little jobs
that had to be done in order to get
the book out. This was called a
yearbook since it covered the activ-
ities that occurred during the 1987-
88 school year. But it should also
be called a yearbook since it takes
years of time to put it together.
It would be nice to say that there
were lots of eager students willingly
devoting time to make this book the
best ever. However, this was not
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Betsy Tobolewski working on a layout while Antho-
ny Griffin gets ready to take pictures.
the case. There were very few peo-
ple who devoted a lot of time to this
book. A few people did a little bit
asnd most people did nothing. It
was a difficult job and everyone
could think up hundreds ofbexcuses
about how they were 'too busy with
other things' to work on the year-
book. Anyone wishing to work on
the yearbook was always welcome.
If anyone wants to work on next
year's book they would be more
Bill Castrovince, Matthew Ballish, Kris Hren, John
Marincek and Tony Castrovinci brainstorming. Julie
Fischer working on a layout. Joel Stewart eating
Cooperative Office Education. Row 1: Tim Montana. Cindy Miranda, Kim Zurilla. Row 2: Patricia
Cecelic, Tawana Ellerb, Shelly Bey. Row 3: Dawn McEwen, Dee Dee Plesec, Katy Dunes, Karen Heyduk.
Row 4: Sandra Belavic, Carolyn Sullivan, Heidi Dickey, David Wheeler. Not Pictured: Debbie Ritchie,
Euclid Cultural Club. Row 1: Tameka Woodard, Charlene Carter, Pam Little, Shannon Hinton, Larry
Raymond, Valencia M. Strowder, Tiffiney Oatman, Tiffony C. McCoy, Nikki Golden, Sonja Rhone, Shalett
Morris. Row 2: Carol Morgan-Brown, Anita Bolden, Sonia Davenport, Tammie Thornton, Nickole Doss,
Denise Smith, Mia Doss, Trina Stinnett, Candace Dickerson, Toni Fannin, Tina Speights. Row 3: David
Gray, Laela Ritte, Rashawn Perry, Bridgette Coleman, LaTrese Higgins, Phaedra Moore. Row 4: Kevin
Hudson, Chonton Lewis, Travis O'Hannon, Sean Allen, Derek Walton, Aaron Loving, Lameer Kidd, Lisa
Whitmore, Renee Rashid, Kim Colquitt, Kathie Glenn, Rachal Hambrick, Ericka Hicks, Regina Wims. Row
5: John Evans, Tracy Polson, Eric Berry, Steve Johnson, James Leamon, Selwyn Johnson, Ray Rhone,
Ryan Lawson, W.J. Daniel, Julie Barcza, Latanya Moultry, Tiwanna Copeland, Angela Williams.
Cooperative Office EducationfEuclid Cultural ClubfHall of Fame
ooperative Office Education, spon-
sored by Mrs. Carol Williams, was
designed to prepare students for the
responsibilities of the business world.
The students used different types of office
equipment and office skills to complete their
work in an office-like atmosphere. Some of
the important factors that they were dealing
with were assignments, work periods and
With COE, employers and employees
worked together to set and achieve impor-
tant goals. Cooperative Office Education
was a professional way to be prepared for
the hustle and bustle of the business life.
-Tim Montana and Cindy Miranda
uclid's Hall of Fame is where alumni
are honored for their contributions
and unprecedented acheivements in
the field of athletics. lt was established in the
auditorium hallway. The first group of mem-
bers, inducted back in October of 1987,
were Len Sadosky '29, Joe Sintic '29, Frank
Montana '39, Frank Skeya '40, "Babe" Li-
povec '41, Neal Nelson '43, Bill Kerslake
'47, Crayton Mast '50, Bob Marich '50, Stan
Intihar '52, Don Visic '53, Joe Nossek '58,
Ed Orazen '61, Tom Murphy '63, "Berkie"
Reichenbach '63, and lan Glass '70. Clar-
ence Eckert, Walt Schwegler, Mike Marsh,
and former mayor Kenneth Sims were in-
ducted for their influence on Euclid's sports
This year, the scope of the Hall of Fame
has been broadened by inducting people
whose contributions are beyond the norm.
Inductees under this catagory were Sandi
Bambic, Pat Buck, Jim Calvert, Audree Fox,
Joe Mayer, Don Mohr, Mike Papouras, and
Ed Stoch. Three familiar faces in theHall of
Fame are Robert Addis, Justin Antonini, and
he Euclid Cultural Committee was
established to create a balance be-
, tween the different races at Euclid.
Although it attempted to do this, it was not
as successful as it could have been. The
reason for that was the imbalance of races
on the committee itself. Without a variety of
backgrounds in the environment one could
not expect to learn about different cultures.
Education of different cultures was the
strongest, most meaningful step that could
be taken to combat prejudice and create a
harmonious balance within the community.
The committee was established for everyone
and perhaps in the years to come many
more students will participate.
Julie Sterbank and her Terms of
Masters of Ceremony Tina Soltesz and Pat
This year's Senior Talent Night was a
smashing success. The cast and technical
crew put in long hours after school re-
hersing to make everything tip top. Acts
ranged from The Blues Brothers to the
Fat Boys, Varsity Chorale to The Pointer
Sisters and trips down memory lane with
the slide show. Under the direction of
Miss Sandi Bambic and Miss Sue Amato
opening night had the crowds screaming
for more. Comedy crew also earned thier
title with skits that had the audience
laughing in the aisles. Behind the scenes,
however was where the real action took
place. Senior Talent Night brought to-
gether old friends and was the start of
new friendships. The realization of this
being our last year together began to sink
in. Past disputes were put aside. Raising
money for the class fund and prom took
precedence. Determination and comrad-
ery set in. Along the way, the members of
the cast in addition to new friendships
gained self satisfaction, a sense of belong-
ing and discovered a new, sometimes sur-
prising, outlook on thier classmates, all
the while having fun in the process. The
senior class joined together to show our
school, family, and friends just how great
the class of '88 really is. In doing so, they
put on what will live in our memories as
possibly the best Senior Talent Night
Senior Talent Night
f you want to be a secretary,
this is the course to take," said
Diane Hodnichak. The stu-
dents learned word processing, typ-
ing applications, filing, machine
transcription, calculator, and other
office skills. The class also went on
field trips to observe businesses at
The course name will change to
office automation next year. Be-
sides the name change, the course
will be offered for one year to both
juniors and seniors. Upon comple-
tion of office automation, a student
will be able to work in an entry-level
job full time or work in an office
part time while attending college.
Below: Mrs. Rash's seventh period class. Sandy
Scott, Angela Androgna, Linda Wojno, Theresa Zagore,
Laura Walter, Karla Osolin, Josette Percic, TaRhonda
Ward, Mrs. Rash.
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Mrs. Bensusan's forth period class. Row 1: Angela Bailey, Sandy Roeder, Kelly Burdock, Dawn
Gainer, Shannon Gilmore, Michelle Krance, Michele Troha, Karen Urbancic. Row 2: Lori Moses, Marie
Gelo, Tracy Davis, DeAnn Parker, Leslie Yartz, Kim Watral, Jeanette Sas, Lisa Smith.
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Mrs. Weaver's seventh period class. Row 1: Sue Chilling, Ronda Littlejohn, Carlena Williams, Craig
Suchevits, Larry Raymond, Sonya Blair, Paul Tonti. Row 2: Jim Phipps, Scott Soos, Simone Blair, Darren
Pekar, Ed Ryans, Jerry Hutchinson, Len Scott, Cheree Turner, January Jenkins, Curt Spencer, Mrs.
Right: Mrs. Kleln's seventh period
class. Row 1: Tracy Risko, Angie Ar-
rington, Tina Riczinger. Row 2: Heather
Ritchie, Sheri Sobecki, Jodi Orndoff,
Trina Alexander, Adriane Conklin,
Diane Hodnichak. Not pictured: Sue
Medve, Denise Maxey, Angie Ruffing.
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Hal Napolo, Row l:Suzanne Warman, Chris Chinni, Kim Konrad, Vicky Jaworsky, Cathy Day. Row
!:Kathy Caric, Dawn Gron, Dawn Kirchner, Katie Roach, Julie Groves. Row 3:Stacy Hamilton, Erin Fox,
Sheri Gezann, Kami Caric, Kim Taylor, Sonia Cencic.
Dhris Chinni, Suzanne Warman, Kim Konrad, Vicky Jaworsky and Cathy Day waiting for the pool to open.
hat in the world was Wai
Napolo? Wai Napolo
was Euclid's very own
synchronized swimming club. The
purpose of the club was to put on a
synchronized swim show in the be-
ginning of May, This year's theme
was S-TV, a spin-off of MTV. This
theme allowed for an unlimited se-
lection of music and a more diversi-
Under the leadership of presi-
dent, Kim Konrad, vice president,
Christine Chinni and show direc-
tors, Debbie Miller and Vicky
Jaworsky, the club tried out new
ideas for the show. As always,
things got uptight towards show
time but the group pulled together
and the end result was a show that
was enjoyable for everyone who
saw it. Some of the highlights were
the solo's, blacklight, prop and, of
course, the senior number consist-
ing of Suzanne Warman, Debbie
Miller and Christine Chinni. Su-
zanne Warman said it best, "Its
rough being here every morning
during spring break and after
school for hours of practicing but
the show makes it all worth while."
Through a lot of hard work and
dedication, the club continued its
tradition of providing Euclid with
another excellent show.
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or a second time, the Euclid
High drama club presented a
Holiday play. The play was
written and directed by English
teacher Judy Carmody. "Kringle-
Krangle and the Runaway Rein-
deer" included not only a delightful
storyline but also singing and danc-
ing. The play was performed for all
second graders as well as for the
Disrupting Christmas, the rein-
deer supervisors forgot to lock up
Reindeer Hall and Santa's reindeer
escaped. The elves tried to invent
alternate ways to keep Christmas
on schedule but only with the help
of some children and the Grumples-
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deer be restored to Toyland.
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gle-Krangle, Heidi Martin and Nich-
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ly Pirsig, Judy Beder, Curt
Spencer, Michelle Bonnay, Greg
Sedman and Dave Rosser as the
elves, January Jenkins as the baby-
sitter, Kim Moore and India Ford as
the children, Kimi Masterson as
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pleskins and Todd Trevarthen as
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Kumar and Michele Meyers. Light-
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Steve Smith who made the produc-
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Euclid Board of EducatlonShirley Nurmi, Walter Schwegler, Daniel Flowers,
George Mazzaro, Edward Carpenter
ost of the students at Euclid seem
pleased with the Administration. The
only major change was our new Super-
intendent of Schools, Carl Hilling. Beginning in
January there were also two new school board
members, David Lawrence and Kay Van Ho.
The administration on the High School level
remained the same with Mr. McGuinness still our
much loved principal and Mr. Antonini our Asso-
ciate Principal. It seems that Mr. Perez is the most
popular unit principal since he was fair, spent time
with the students, and got to know them.
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way or another that they care, and all of them
believe that education comes first.
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Euclid Schools AdmlnistratlonThomas Stupica: Business Manager, John Fell:
Director of Curriculum, Carl Hilling: Superintendent of Schools, Lowell Davis:
Treasurer, Robert McLaughlin: Director of Pupil Personnel.
William MCGuinne55, Principal Justin Antonini, Associate Principal
Ben Pasquale, 11 Grade Unit Principal Frank Perez, 12 Grade Unit Principal
Lynn Davis Freshman Counselor
l'om Couhig Sophomore Counselor l
Ruth Krup Freshman Counselor
Audree Fox Junior Counselor
Brenda Barker Sophomore Counselor
Anthony Russo Junior Counselor
t's been one of those
days. Your parents have
been in their usual 'Get
out of my way' mood. Your
teacher wouldn't give you
those much needed three
points for that much needed
'A' grade. Your best friend is
too busy for you. Even the
dog treats you like last
week's newspaper. Your're
emotionally distraught and
losing hope. Who can you
Your guidance counselor!
You remember them, don't
you? They were the smiling
ones in your unit office on the
first day of school and were
the only ones who welcomed
you sincerely. Guidance
Counselors are there for you
in times of need, if you have
any questions, or just to talk
So the next time your're
feeling like a raisin surround-
ed by a bunch of nuts, you
know that your counselor is
the one to turn to.
Vera Baraniuk Senior Counselor Sue Harris Senior Counselor Robert Addis Athletic Director Robert Yocum Career Office
Jane Addis: English, math, social studies.
Sue Amato. Edna Anderson. Antonia M.
Araca: General arts. crafts, Art Il. Earl Ar-
chibald: Day custodian. Cheryl Arthur: Com-
mercial art I and II.
William Attamante: Work-Study coordina-
tor. Ronald A. Backos: Biology. Sandi Bam-
bic: EngIishl9,11,12I, Student council, Big
show. Tom Banc. Ethel Barbish: Aide. John
Stan Bender. Mrs. C. Bensusan: Secretarial
science I, Typing I. Allen Black: Media tech-
nician. Doloros Black. Katie Black. Al
G. F. Brearton: Mathematics. Patricia Buck:
Physical education, Dept Co-chairperson,
faculty represeentative for girI's sports.
Michael Burns. Jan Carlson: Modern living,
Clothing, Home economics dept chairper-
son. Judith L. Carmody: AP. English, Brit-
ish survey, Advanced writing, Freshman En-
glish. Christmas play, Spring play musical ,
co-assistant, Eucuyo co-sponsor. Wilma Car-
roll: Special education, Advisor Euclid Cul-
Mrs. Lillian Centa: Vocational child care,
Foods I. Ron Chambers. Carmen Colaianni:
Custodian. Leo Collins. Kathleen Coolick.
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Doc Daugherty: Health and Physical educa-
tion, Head Basketball Coach. Merry Dolter:
Librarian. Terry DuBroy: Math, Head girl's
basketball coach. Michael Durbin. Alex
Dzerowicz. Judy Exum: Aide.
Cal Eyman: Learning Disability. Rosalie
Fette: Secretary. Jane Fowler: Treasurer.
Dan Francetic. Barbara Gates: Special edu-
cation. John Gibbons.
Bob Godfrey. James Goebel. Bill Gooding.
Tom Gubitosi: Latin, Spanish. Patricia A.
Habat: Tec Mec, physics and algebra II, ln-
tro to physics and chemistry. Joyce Haffer:
Special education, English, math and social
Tom Halbedel. Ardelle Harrell: secretary.
Jeff Hartmann: American History, Baseball
coach. Katherine Harwood: Librarian. Rob
Heramb: World and American History.
Carolyn Heuer: Social studies.
Jeann Hodder. Gabrielle Hodgins. Tom Hof-
fart: Occupational work experience, Physi-
cal education. Frank Hoffert: European his-
tory, American government, economics,
social studies chairperson. Richard Homo-
vec. Deborah Houchins.
Frank Jablonski. Gale Jaworsky. Jan Kehn.
Jim Kelley. Dave Kestner. Harry E. King:
Ellen Klein: Clerk Typist ll. Mary Jane Ko-
lodziej. lngrid Koenig: German. Jane Lellis:
Sophomore and Junior English. Joan Lidr-
bauch: Sophomore English, Eucuyo Spon-
sor. Joan Linderman.
Karen Little: Aide. Mary Lomac: English,
Wai Napolo. Ken Lowe. Marge Lucas: Li-
brarian. Marc Manburg: Business dept chair-
person, accounting, personal computers.
Kathy Marsh: Librarian.
Allan Matko: Industrial drawing and metals.
Judith McLaughlin: Junior English, Fall play
director. Polly McRedmond: Secretary. Car-
ol Meyers: Librarian. Aldona Miskinis. Ray
Jo-Rita Mueller. Carole Niebes: English.
Joan Paskert. Judy Paul: Secretary in career
office. Adam Pawlowski. Robert Petrovic:
English I, III, IV, English dept chairperson.
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puters, math modern living, assistant foot-
ball coach. Sally J. Pla: French, Survey advi-
sor. Ronald Powaski. Jim Presot: Marketing,
education I and ll, general business, fresh-
man soccer coach. Ellie Radaker: Secretary.
Barbara Ramlow: English, AFS advisor. Rob-
ert Ramlow. Toni Rash: Business and office
education, Secretarial science Il, General
business. Charles Reno. Ann Roberts. Patty
Joe Rodriguez. Joyce Russo. Fred Sallach.
Sandra Sanborn: Math analysis, Transition
to college math, Computer science. Joel
Sarich. Greg Sattler.
Bette J. Schmeling: Chemistry. Donata
Schultz: Health aide. Pete Schwenke. Mick-
ey Segulin: Health aide. Paul Serra: Mathe-
matics. Janet Severino.
Bill Shafer. Mike Sheck. James Simpson:
Tec mec. Mrs. Bonnie Smith: Foreign lan-
guage. Wayne Smith. Frank Soltesz.
Barbara Spiga. Barb Springer: Secretary.
Veronica Stadler. Judy Stobinski.
Maria Stroup. Carol Tkac. Rosemarie Tonn:
Secretary. Chris Torrelli.
Dennis Turkall. Bill Von Benken: Regular,
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Walsmith. Nick Selvaggio: Aide.
Carolyn Wandersleben:Speedwriting, Re-
cordkeeping, Typewriting 1. Connie War-
man: Secretary. Pat Weaver. Dan Wensing.
Karen Yuhas: Aide.
Richard Wherley. Mary White. Carol Wil-
liams, Dick York. Judith Zubizarreta.
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he 1987 Panther varsity football
team accomplished its preseason
goal and then some. They intended
to have a winning season, but what a season
it was! When the final gun sounded at the
end of the regular season, the Tigers had
been declawed, the Invaders conquered, and
two waves of Wildcats tamed to nothing but
housecats. The Rangers were bushwhacked,
the Cardinals shot down, and the Mustangs
were corralled. The Rebels were crushed,
the Bearcats reduced to cubs, and the Arcs'
charge diminished to nothing but a flickering
of dim light in the darkness. Finally, for the
first time since joining the conference, the
mighty Panthers stood alone atop a pile of
ravaged opponents as the reigning GCC
champion. Then, it was on to the state play-
offs. It was very difficult to express the dis-
appointment that the team experienced in
their first loss of the year to a very big and
physical team from Boardman. Although the
final score did not indicate it, the Panthers
played a tough game. ln the first half, the
defense was able to keep their opponent out
of the end zone on several occasions. But
the offense couldn't manage to get through,
around or over the huge Boardman defen-
sive line. ln the second half, Boardman man-
aged to control the ball by chipping away at
the already tired Panther defense. Again,
the Panther offense was unable to penetrate
the Spartan defense. So, the team had suf-
fered it's first defeat of the year. It was time
to hang up the pads for another year.
Although their playoff loss was disap-
pointing, the Panthers still had much to be
proud of. Many records were set along the
way in this magnificent, "perfect" year. ltr
was the first team in the school's history to
finish with a perfect 10-O regular season re-
cord. It was the first team to win the GCC
title outright. It was the first time a Euclid
football team was ever ranked in the Associ-
ated Press State Football Poll. They finished
in the No. 2 spot in the state. Finally, it was
the first football team in the school's history
to make the state playoffs. They also broke
the record for the number of points scored
1284i in a regular season while only giving up
10-0 fu, We pegwho Seaton,
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Panther defense giving the South Rebels paybacks for last year.
The great success of the 1987 Panthers
could be credited to several things: an excel-
lent coaching staffg an extraordinary effort
on the part of all the players, and, last but
not least, the cornersstone of any successful
team - team unity. The tremendous support
and enthusiasm of the loyal Panther fans did
not go unnoticed and did much to keep the
team up and striving for excellence. The
overall effect of these contributions resulted
in a hige-powered offense and the GCC's
The senior members of the team set a fine
example for all the underclassmen to strive
for. It was a young team that should grow in
-Mike Kitchen H?45i
Mike Barnes and Tyrone Gilham seem to think this
is baseball season.
Mark Morek being attended to by Jack Lardomita
Rick Erwin, Panther field general
Ron Rohlke fakes the run as Robert Smith turns the corner.
b ii I VARSITY FOOTBALL
Q 20 I Cleveland Hts. 14
X St. Ignatius 7
iff 35 Normandy 0
I 33 Mayfield 22
20 North 3
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Pekar, Jim King, Kevin Malaney, Greg Henderson, Merv Parker, Andre Smith, Kevin Gaines, Mike Barnes, Terry Roscoe. Row four: Matt Mazzei, Mark Morek, Gerald
Moore, Bruce Hardman, Ken Boncela, Brian Hughes, Tom Adams, Kevin Fomby, Chris Martin. Row five: Jim Stipkovich, Ryan Sink, Greg Juratic, Mike Sheck, Ra-
shawn Williams, Scott Pinta, Max Kozlowski, Terrence Rice, Stan Smith. Row six: John Wandersleben, Craig Murowsky, Chris Mannello, John Tucci, Dan Ussai, Rick
Erwin, Matt Chinchar, Matt Hopkins, Steve Tajgiszer, Eric Nebe. Row seven: Tom Banc, Pete Schwenke, Roy Pignatiello, Dan Wensing, Mike Sheck, Jack Lardomita,
Mike Blasius, Don Filips, Mike Rezzolla, Chet Nolan.
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J.V. Football. Row l:H. Tingley, K. Hood, T. Batteiger, K. Tadiello, T. Bush, B. Marolt, T. Gjerek, B. Scott, S. ScottRow 2:G. Brokaw, B Laurenson, C. Man-If
nello, P. Ward, D. Higham, J. Parsons, M. Chinchar, D. AmatORow 3: Coach D. Filips, J, Cindric, C, Martin, S. Smith, J. Sigh, A. Smith, C. Cummings, M. Airhartli
L. Nosse, J. Wandersleben, S. Rashid, M. Sheck
The 1987 J.V. Football season was a
great one. Our J.V. came Out G.C.C.
champs and went 9-1 this year, Only los-
ing to St. Ignatius. We would not have
done it without the help of our coaches
who kept our spirits high. It was tough to
hold our position but we came out On top.
.I.v. FOOTBALL EUCLID OPPONENT
26 Cleveland Hts. 6
, 8 St. Ignatius 33
19 Normandy 0 S
42 Mayfield 6 .
33 North 20 ,
21 Mentor 14 'S AVA, v'- 2
21 Mapie o 1 22 K
35 South 0 .
20 Bedford 14 ,X it . ,
20 Brush 6 A K SEASON RECORD WON9 LOST 2 I
Occ. WON 7 LOST 0 6 ,
LEAGUE FINISH FIRST
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Defense stops them again
Bill Scott taking a break
8 Mentor Memorial
0 Maple Hts.
1 8 Brush 1 6
22 North 6
14 Bedford 29
18 Mayfield 22
he varsity soccer team enjoyed its first win-
ning season under head coach John Gib-
bons. The team, consisted of mostly under-
classmen, had a bright future for the next couple
The varsity was led by senior captain Dave
Brickman, goalie Dave Wendel, and junior for-
wards Marko Bartulovic, Damir Cvitkovic, and
John Colbert. Brickman was named to the second
team G.C.C. and second team News Herald while
Wendel also received second team G.C.C. honors.
The team's most valuable player, Bartulovic, was
selected for first team G.C.C., first team News
Herald, and second team GCSSCA. Bill Kunes was
named the team's best defensive player and Pete
Kostan received the hustler award. The varsity
finished fourth in the G.C.C.and is looking forward
to next season.
The Junior Varsity, coached by Mike Durbin
had a slight let down from the previous season.
The team was led by Brent Pockar, who received
some help on offense from Mike Bunn. The de-
fense was held together by Leila Thomas and
The Freshman soccer teamhad a promising sea-
son under new coach Jim "Sgt." Presot who be-
lieved every player should be given a chance to
play. The team was led on offense by Steve Burke
and on defense by Mark Fifolt.
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Varsity Soccer. Row l:Dave Wendel. Row 2:Bryan Mauser, Chris Barstow, Dave Brickman, Dan
DiBartolomeo. Row 3: Julie Dakdouk, Shawn Kobus, Nick DiBartolomeo, Bill Kunes, Jay Turpin, Mr.
Presot. Row 4: John Gibbons, John Colbert, Alen Deymanic, Steve Raguz, Marko Bartulovic, John Miller,
3 Madison 3
6 Lakewood 2
6 Lake Catholic 4 Michael Durbin.
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5 Nom? 6 EUCLID OPPONENT
3 Mayfield 1 3 Hawken 0
0 Mentor 4 4 seieh 1
3 BMS? 1 3 Brush 2
1 S0111 9 1 Shaker 6
1 Nom? 4 6 Lake Cethehe 0
3 Mayfleld 3 1 Shaker 6
5 3 llglenifr 4 1 St. Joseph 3
10 OWS 1 2 South 5
3 Sragge 6 0 - Cleveland Hts. 6
1- QSQP11 2 6 Lake Catholic 0
1 Mayfield 0 3 North 1
O Madison 4 3 U . . 7
SEASON RECGRD WON 8 LOST 2 Bff,:E's'ty 1
6 TIE 2
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CCC RECORD woN 4 Losr 5 2 Ssgih 4
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LEAGUE FINISH 4th 31,5150 CORD OS
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Bill Kunes dodging a defender.
Marko Bartuluvic getting ready to play.
he varsity volleyball team had an
exceptional year, as you can
clearly see by their seasonal re-
cord. They played hard and ended up the
regional runner up. The team was excel-
lently coached by Donna Paderewski,
who not only helped skill improvement,
but also kept team spirits high by her
The team worked very well together
with Megan Wanderslaben and Meme
Vencl as setters, while Lynn Phillips,
Terri Sopko, Laura West, Terri Renshaw,
and Nicole Molnar completed the suc-
cessful team with their spiking. Although
great setters, it must not be overlooked
that when Megan and Meme were not
busy setting, their unbelievable spiking
power awed the audience. Traci Vanah
kept the back row in power. Cheryl Por-
ter, Jeanine Oblak, and Jennifer Kac-
perski also helped the team achieve
The 1987 year was, without a doubt, a
satisfying one for the varsity volleyball
team and next year's team has a very
hard reputation to continue. Team spirit,
talented players, and a great coach is
what Euclid's 1987 volleyball team had,
and is what was needed for such success
and great accomplishments.
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Pantherettes Traci Vanah, Nicole Molnar and Jeanine Oblak preparing for the long season.
Karen Maroli nursing her injured knee. The Euclid spike in action.
Jeanine Oblak practices before the game.
Nicole Molnar showing her
ability to set up the ball.
Varsity Volleyball. Row 1:Lynn Phillips Row 2:Tracy Dembek, Cheryl Porter, Tracy Vanah, Meme
Jencl, Terry Renshaw, Terri Sopko. Row 3: Donna Paderewski, Megan Wandersleben, Laura West, Carol
Svijanovic, Nicole Molnar, Jeanine Oblak, Karen Maroli, Jean Savage.
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North 12 6
Solon 11 5
10 15 9
Mayfield 13 3
Lake Catholic 13 15 9
Mentor 13 11
Cleveland Hts 10 9
Brecksville 15 15
SEASON RECORD WON19 LOST 8
GCC RECORD WON10 LOST 4
LEAGUE FINISH n
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G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 1
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Junior Varsity Volleyball. Row 1: Lana Seiler, Miss Paderewski, Liz Mazzei, Tiffany Tekieli, Jean
Savage, Cyndy Cramer. Row 2:Jill Enneper, Laura Montagner, Jennifer Kacperski, Kim Watral, Diane
Cickavage, Tony Chiudioni, Chris Oblak.
10,12 South 15,15
8,13 Cleveland Hts. 15,15
11,14 North 15,16
14,7 Memorial 16,15
10,10 Ridge 15,15
10,15,16 Brush 15,12,14
1,7 Shore 15,15
15,15 South 12,10
13,15,15 Cleveland Hts. 15,5,8
13,15,15 North 15,12,2
15,15 Ridge 12,4
12,5 Shore 15,15
1,8 Memorial 15,15
15,7,15 Ridge 9,15,12
4,11 Brush 15,15
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 9
GCC RECORD WON 4 LOST 6
Freshman Volleyball. Row l:Susi Hamilton, Janice Kozlowski, Brandy Nickell, Colleen Gallagher, Sandy
Cvitkovic, Hope Schmidt. Row 2: Coach Buck, Kathy Kubinski, Megan Straub, Gndy Focareto, Vicki
Fumich, Maureen DeJonge manager Balee Riley.
he junior varsity volleyball team
had a rewarding season, which
definitely prepared the players
for the varsity team next year. It was well
coached by Jean Savage and had an over-
whelming number of talented players.
The team spirit played a big part in the
outcome of many games. The players
worked very well together with great set-
ting by Jill Enneper, Toni Chiudioni and
Cyndy Cramer. There was also a great
number of excellent spikers such as: Su-
zane Lisac, Kim Watral, Elizabeth Mazzei,
Tiffany Tekieli and Lana Seiler. Brandy
Reichman played an exceptional all-
around as a setter and spiker. This was a
good year for the J.V. volleyball team
and the best of luck is wished for the team
to do as well on the varsity team next
By Lana Seiler
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Golf team. Row l:Scott Duke, Joe Solnosky, Tim Hickok, Tony Granito. Row 2: Tim Pae, John Shivak,
Chris Pinta, Jason Straub, Mike Raicevich.
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olf team? How many of your
knew Euclid had a golf team.
Well we did and this was their
best season in the past three years. With
a GCC record of 9-4-1 Euclid placed sec-
ond in their division. Scott Duke la.k.a.
Dukesl led the way with a 41 average and
tied for fourth at the GCC tournament.
The rest of the team contributed to the
successful year with averages of: Jason
Straub 43, Tim Hickok la.k.a. Gillettel
43.5, Joe Solnosky 43.8, Chris Pinta
44.1 and Tony Granito 46.5.
Tim Hickok, Chris Pinta and Tony
Granito were the senior starters that will
need to be replaced for next year. John
Shivak had an impressive year and Tim
Pae who improved drastically over the
year are two of the hopefull replace-
ments for the 1988 team.
171 Maple Hts.
167 ' 180
163 . 175
161 Bedford 166
178 ' ' 185
178 . 194
GCC RECORD WON 9 LOST4
SEASON RECORD WON11
LEAGUE FINISH 2nd
Chris Oboczky and Karen Zwart,
the dangerous duo.
Entering the 1987 season with a new
coach and a young team, the Euclic Girls
Tennis Team approached this year as one
of learning and improving. All the players
made progress and enjoyed themselves
too. Valerie Stupica, the team's only se-
nior and co-captain, received her third
year letter and the team's Most Valuable
Player Award. She started at both first
and second singles but sat out the latter
part of the season due to an injury. Junior
Chris Oboczky also received her third
year letter and was the other co-captain.
Liz Oroz, another junior, received her
second year letter. Juniors Heather Mor-
rison, Kelly Hyne, Beth Schafer, and
sophomore Jennifer Mason all received
their first year letter. Kelly Hyne and
Beth Schafer both were honored as Most
Improved Players. Jennifer Mason also
received one of the 'Junior Varsity
Awards, as did Jennifer Petrie, who was
Jun U serving it up
the highlight of sectionals when she ad-
vanced to the third round. June U re-
ceived her Freshman Award. Marie Sheri-
dan, Michelle Yee, Kelly Higgins, and
Karen Zwart rounded out the team. Next
year, with coach Duane Foy and almost
all the players returning, the Lady Pan-
thers are looking for their best season
Glrl's Tennis. Row one:Karen Zwart, Jun U, Michele Yee, Liz Oroz, Chris Oboczky,
Jennifer Mason. Row two:Duane Foy, Marie Sheridan, Kelly Higgins, Jennifer Petrie,
Kelly Hyne, Heather Morrison, Beth Schafer, Val Stupica.
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0 West Geauga
1 Valley Forge
4 St. Augustine
as Jennifer Mason attempts to 'l'rit'th'e ball.
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aren Zwart is amaged that Chris Oboczky
in catch the ball with her chin, . ,
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Jun U wonders where her ball went.
Heather Morrison shows up late after Val Stu-
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a tremendous hit.
he Girl's cross country team had
another fine season. The girl's fin-
ished with a record of 8 wins, 5
losses and finished third in the GCC. At
the Districts, the team just missed qualify-
ing for the Regionals by taking 5th place.
Two Freshmen, India Ford and Meredith
Fitzgerald, qualified for the regionals. At
the Regionals Meredith placed 24th while
India took 5th place and went on to place
27th overall in the state and 2nd fresh-
man runner in the state.
The boy's cross country team was
more unified in their talents. Their record
was 6 wins, 1 loss with Lee Taurman and
Heath Clemence leading the pack. The
team took 2nd place in the GCC and
placed 3rd in the Districts. Together the
guys went on to Regionals and finished
up a great season.
Boy's Cross Country. Row 1:Harry Luikart, Lee Taurman,
Dennis Coy, Bob Jones, Joe Goerndt, Coach Halbedel. Row
2:Heath Clemence, Eric Eyman, Jeff Davis, Doug Mehls, Kevin
More Haw? ' Afwuud'
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BOY S VARSITY
50 Mentor 15
25 Maple I-Its. 30
15 Mayfield 50
21 St. Ignatius 40
20 St. Joseph 41
24 Lake Catholic 33
18 Madison 41
BIG MEETS PLACEfNO, TEAMS
Avon Lake Tourn. 12122
Walsh Invit. 6113
St. Joe Intit. 5713
Malone 167 31
Coaches Classic 10718
Regional 1 2 j 72
SEASON RECORD WON11
GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST1
CONFERENCE FINISH 2nd
none Mentor Ridge none
19 Mentor Mem
none Mentor Shore
SEASON RECORD WON1 LOST2
GCC RECORD WON1 LOST2
GIRL S VARSITY
23 Brush 37
37 Mentor 24
35 Madison 24
16 Lake Cath. 43
30 Maple I-Its. 25
22' Mayfield 37
Avon Earlybird 10
Walsh Tomahawk 7
St. Joseph 7
Coaches Classic 12
Walsh Warrior 3
SEASON RECORD WON8 LOST5
GCC RECORD WON4 LOST3
I LEAGUE FINISH 3rd Tie
he 1987-88 Varsity panthers had an-
other winning season. They spent
most of the season ranked in the top
ten teams in the state and half the season as
the top team in the area. Led by seniors
Derek Walton, Curtis Posey and A.J.
Parker, the panthers streaked to victories in
their first 16 games. Walton led the team in
scoring and was followed closely by A.J.
Parker, who was the team's leading re-
Veteran coach Doc Daugherty said that
this was the most talented team he has had,
and credits hard work in practice to their
success. Although the panthers will lose two
of their best players, they should again chal-
lenge for the conference title next year since
they should return two junior starters, Ed
Powers and Mike Guilfoyle.
A.J. Parker drives against Orange as Eddie Powers follows.
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100 North 45
72 south 55 1
108 Orange 46 , , y
72 Brush 61 1 .
72 Mentor 56 A V, W 1' q
73 Madison 58 .f . 3
33 gsm! Curtis Posey going up for two. Two points courtesy of Ray Rhone.
105 North , 49
58 University 51
108 South 52
109 Geneva 57
63 Brush 75
104 Wickliffe 56
64 Mayfield 56
54 Mentor 59
90 Maple 78
70 Bedford 73
70 Mayfield 62
SEASON RECORD WON 17 LOST 3
GCC RECORD WON 11 LOST 3
LEAGUE FINISH 1st
Eerek Walton sets to shoot as Mike Guilfoyle, A.J. Parker, Curtis Posey and Eddie Powers rush to assist 1
arslty Basketball, Row 1: Nickole Doss, Matt Brizes, Derrick Krotine, A.J. Parker, Derek Walton, 3 X
ick Stringer, Mike Guilfoyle, Ron Ulle, Diane Cickavage. Row 2: Cheryl LaPuh, Simone Blair, '
larence Simmons, Kurtis Posey, Ray Rhone, Kevin Hudson, Scott DiFranco, Bob Brown, Dan
'ancetic. Row 3: Coach John Cayne, Terry Roscoe, Ed Powers, Mike Barnes, Coach Doc Daugherty.
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Kurtis Posey, Ed Powers, and Derek Walton show how to rise to the occasion.
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Boy's Basketball 93
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Led by juniors Ed Ryans and Ty-
rone Gilham and sophomores Terry
Bush, Joe Meden, Chris Martin,
Rick Smith and Patrice Ward they
won their second straight confer-
ence title. Playing tough man-to-
man defense the panthers harassed
opponents all year long. They came
close to having an undefeated sea-
son. Coach Dennis Turkall called
hard work in practice the main rea-
son for his team's success. Many of
this year's players should get plen-
ty of varsity court time next year.
34 Mentor Mem. 43
51 Ridge 46
28 Brush 47
Chris Martin going for a rebound.
48 Maple 49
31 Mayfield I 27
47 Mentor- Mem. 39
38 Ridge 40
48 Brush 42
29 South 24
38 Bedford 57
33 Maple 30
41 Mayfield 39
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 7
94 Boy's Basketball
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63 University 42
66 South 45
68 Geneva 53
63 Brush 48
58 Wickliffe 50
60 Mayfield 46
47 Mentor 46
65 Maple 47
63 Bedford 66
60 Mayfield 44
SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 1
GCC RECORD WON 13 LOST 1
LEAGUE FINISH: lst
Patrice Ward and Ed Ryans down on a fast break. Greg Bachelor and Mark Jefferson working under
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V. Basketball Team. Row 1: John Little, Terry Bush, Ricky Smith, Greg Bachelor. Row 2: Tyrone
lham, Chris Martin, Joe Meden, Ed Ryans, Mark Jefferson. Row 3: Coach Turkall, Tim Hoag, Sean Scott,
.trice Ward, Marlon Moore, Dan Tomic, Dave Sargent.
reshman Basketball Team. Row 1: Jason Weybrecht, Ken Walter, Cris Ciulla. Row 2: Ed Zivnoska,
att Garbincus, Ken Kilgore, Jody Trocheck, Davion Johnson, Kennard Johnson-Bey, Russell Minter. Row
: Coach Pignatiello, Darryl East, Jamie Roach, Justin Daugherty, Rashawn Washington, Aaron Hasel-
nsch, Greg Gerland.
Justin Daugherty driving for a layup.
Greg Bachelor shooting a foul shot while Tim Hoag and Mark
Jefferson go for the rebound.
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he girls varsity basketball
team showed an impressive
season with the help of
three-year starter Michelle Vencl
showing off her talent at guard.
Lynn Phillips, the captain of the
Lady Panthers, was a well known
rebounder and a great shooter.
Other players such as Co-Captain
Terry Sopko practically ran the of-
fence and was an outstanding pass-
er. Jennifer Davis, a starter this
year, was a good rebounder and
also impenetrable shot blocker.
From the words of head coach Ter-
ry Dubroy,"We have a great group
of girls, we have worked hard all
season and have dedicated our-
selves to being the best we can be."
78 Collinwood 25
45 Gilmour 54
63 North 28
64 South 44
72 West Geauga 39
75 Brush 51
57 Shaw 52
80 Mayfield 35
71 Maple 51
83 Bedford 49
69 Mentor 38
61 North 34
85 South 57
79 Mayfield 27
47 Lake Catholic 57
66 Mentor 53
76 Maple 53
86 Bedford 48
58 Canton McKinley 55
76 Brush 50
SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 2
GCC RECORD WON 14 LOST 0
LEAGUE FINISH: 1st
Glrl's Varsity Basketball. Row 1: Jeanette Sas, Meme Vencl, Lynn Phillips, Kelly Hyne. Row 2: Karenl'
Maroli, Terri Sopko, Laura Zigman, Jennifer Davis, Laura West, Tracy Dembek, Mrs. Terry DuBroy.
Lynn Phillips from the charity stripe. Meme Vencl shooting from the outside.
Lynn Phillips shoots while Trace Dembek watches from the outsidei
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Meme Vencl goes for the ball while Megan Wandersleben defends.
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he J .V. basketball team showed off their talent
this year with a certain passing and running style
of basketball which brought in the wins. Players
such as Marlene Hribar, Jennifer Petrie, Jill Enneper,
Coleen Bradach and the rest of the unique girls gave it
their all and the results were an impressive season. Six
year head coach of the J.V. team and 1968 Euclid
graduate, Ray Force, said, " While we are concerned
about being successful, we are more concerned about
how we will become so."
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Row 1: Bridget Ramsey, Coleen Bradach, Mia Johnson, Cindyi
Audra Butkus, Tracy Prestigomo, Toni Chiudioni, Jennifer Petrie:
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37 North 23
36 South 27 Q
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49 Brush 43 4, M ll
45 Shaw 40 I p
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43 Bedford 25 fe 46 North
36 Mentor 32 34 Memorial
37 North 27 , 30 Ridge
42 South 36 J .i,,i,, ,i ,, 30 Brush
70 Mayfield 29 Sq , 31 South
54 Lake Catholic 28 x ' 45 Bedford
44 Mentor 32 ,W 35 Cleveland Hts.
57 Maple 28 I 'l 22 Magnificat
59 Bedford 35 ' W " 17 Memorial
35 Canton McKinley 33 ha 11 Ridge
50 Brush 25 'W WM I 26 Brush
7 31 South 16
SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 0 'rf 28 Bedford 24
GCC RECORD WON 14 LOST 0 in-""""' ,::""""" SEASON RECORD WON 30 LOST 4
LEAGUE FINISH: lst Q
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Glrl's Freshman Basketball. Row 1: Shelley Tobias, Cantinna Brewington, Col-
lleen Gallagher, Sue Hamilton, Heather Kristoff. Row 2: Bob Cantini, Andrea Cola-
vecchio, Stacie Yuhas, Megan Straub, Karen Maroli.
Terri Blasius shoots over Brush .... While Tracy Prestigomo awaits the rebound.
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SEASON RECORD WON 2
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31 Ridge 27
18 South 40
36 Bedford 54
23 Maple 48
37 Mayfield 30
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was plagued with injuries
and underwent a new
coaching program since former
head coach Harry King was re-
placed by Gary Fortuna. This led to
a disappointing dual meet season
with a 6-5 record. Even though the
dual meet record was not good
they still had a good chance at the
LOST 4 Mayfield districts.
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GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 3
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the upper hand.
44 Madison 9
28 Brush 30
58 North 7
35 South 26
27 Cleveland Hts. 37
28 Brush 30
37 Mayfield 28
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10 Maple 43
57 Bedford 9 ,
SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 5
GCC RECORD WON 4 LOST 4
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lrestllng Team. Row 1: Dan Luzny, Nick Orazem, Rick Rizzo, Harry King, Joel
lorse, Norman Marolt. Row 2: Scott Pinta, Coach B. Walsmith, Bill Scott, Ed George,
raig Brickman, Jason Holland, Dan Newman, Dan Harding, Ken Gambatese, Steve
iekleva, Coach G. Fortuna. Row 3: Gesse Haffey, Eric Nebe, Rich Kekic, Tom Holland,
oe Vehar, Rich Delsanter, John Kronik, Doug Higham, Thomas McConnell, Gerald
loore, Dave Clark, Coach T. D'Anna.
'reshman Wrestling. Row 1: Brian Germano, Tom Zovko, Steve Burke, Chris
Lrickman, Joe Cesa, Steve Meyers. Row 2: Coach Tim D'Anna, Rich Flaisman, Dave
iheck, Tony Shaw, Mike Sheridan, Gary Latour, Heath Clemence, Jonathan Goler,
Ioach Gary Fortuna.
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Tom Holland showing his strength.
Gerald Moore getting his man close to a pin.
Indoor track got off on the right
foot this year with several wins
against teams such as Akron Buch-
tel, West Tech, and St. Ignatius.
The team this year was ready for
anything, striving to reach their
goals. An impressive member of
the team this year was Robert
Smith who proved himself strongly
as a sprinter and also in the long
jump. In the area of hurdling, Don-
ald Craig ,and Travis O'Hannon
were regarded as an outstanding
pair. Distance runners were Reggie
White in the 800m and Eric Eyman
in the 2-mile. Carlos Henderson
and Thomas McClinton also proved
they had the right stuff in the dis-
tance events. The girl's were also
impressive with such runners as Jill
Tomasi and Teray Terry in distance
and Lisa Tirabassi and Mia Parise in
hurdles. Coach Bob Ramlow said
the team was composed of "Strong
individuals but lacking depth".
74 Akron Buchtel 48
87 Cleve.Cath. 21
95 St Ignatius 35
86 Walsh Jesuit 31
107 Shaker 46
107 John Hay 11
119 Lin West f JFK 33
87 Lakewood f Harvey
SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 0
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Boy's Indoor Track. Row 1: Vernard Adams, Brian Jackson, Eric Berry, Donald Craig, Jeff Davis, Heath
Clemence, Lee Taurman, Jamal Morris. Row 2: Rob Meagher, Tawfig Akhir, Bob Jones, Reggie White,
James Mixon, Ken Wolenski, Eric Eyman, Wali Bell. Row 3: Head coach Bob Ramlow, Asst. coach Lou
Tomasi, Jack Coyne, Matt Airhart, Chris Baranowski, Joe Vehar, Tarnell Thompson, Travis O'Hannon
Robert Smith, Carlos Henderson.
Glrl's Indoor Track. Row 1: Coach Ramlow, Margie Knez, Jody Enneper, Jill Dudziak, Jill Tomasi,
Kristina Motiejunas, coach Tomasi. Row 2: Love Hudson, Lisa Tirabassi, Mia Parise.
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rown, Tom Fitzpatrick, Damon Cherne, Bob Gezann. Row 2: Skip Martincic, Asst. coach, Bill Karabinus,
ric Lenz, Tim Belavich, Bob Bell, John Haggerty, Marc Fifolt, Chuck Marvin, Jason Heck, Gregg Brokaw,
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W vin taking to the ice.
surge of energy at the end of the
season just wasn't enough to get the
panther icers into the Baron Cup.
The team expected to do much better this
season because of its eight returning players.
Mark Blanc was the panther's starting goalie
with senior Bob Gezann playing back-up. For
a first year player, Bob did a great deal to
help the team. Rick Wherley was at the helm
this year after being assistant coach for the
past two years. Assistant coach Skip Martin-
cic came to Euclid after coaching youth
hockey for many seasons. Next year's team
still looks promising since there will be many
returning players. This year's team consist-
ed of three freshman, eight sophomores,
two juniors and six seniors. The seniors left a
legacy for the underclassmen to strive for.
Tim Belavich, Tracy Vanah
2 ,2Elyria 8
2 Olmsted Falls 2
3 Elyria 6
3 Valley Forge 7
1 Garfield 11
1 Brooklyn 7
3 - Parma 9
0 Olmsted Falls 6
4 Mentor . 4
3 Valley Forge 8
2 Garfield 12
3 Normandy 5
0 St. Ignatius 10
3 Olmsted Falls 7
0 Bay 6
3 Mentor 5
O Lakewood 3
2 Upper Arlington 8
5 Parma 8
5 Normandy 2
5 Western Reserve Acad 4
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SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 19
Up and at'em. It's 5:30, time for swim prac-
tice. This was just another normal day for
the panther swimmers. The team was domi-
nated by juniors and hopes to someday the
GCC. Many newcomers helped the team but
the vererans were still there swimming
strong. Senior co-captain Tony Capuozzo
and junior co-captain Mike LeQuyea led the
panthers in the distance events along with
Tom Reynolds and Dave Engelke. At the
beginning of the year the panthers had prac-
tically no sprinters after losing two seniors
for personal reasons. Three junior newcom-
ers, Dominic Gubitosi, Bill Kunes and foreign
exchange student, Jorge Berganza helped
make the panthers one of the best sprinting
teams in the conference. Backstrokers, Matt
Davis, Jim Segulin and Tim Tobin were
some of the best in the conference. The
breaststroke was led by Dan Campbell, Joe
Tressler and Tom Reynolds. Doug Mehls
developed as a butterflyer.
The team didn't have any superstars but it
had the potential to win. It was growing and
will improve in the years to come.
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Boy's Swim Team. Row 1: Ken Gilbert, Andy Logar, Ed Nehrig, John Burich, Dave Strunk.
Row 2: Jeff Jaroscak, Howie Taylor, Mike Smith, Tom Reynolds, Tim Tobin, Dave Engelke,
' Gunnard Doboze. Row 3: Kevin Pritchard, Joe Tressler, Tony Capuozzo, Mike LeQuyea, Doug
Mehls, Matt Davis, Dan Campbell, Bill Kunes, Dom Gubitosi, Jorge Berganza.
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73 Bedford 98
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GCC RECORD WON 2 LOST 3
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Donna Stephancic, Heidi Ospelt, Kirsten Esch, Liz Mazzei, Sally Bierer, Beth Perdan, Danielle Tuckerman,
Ellen Mulqueeny. Row 3: Nicole Molnar, Jackie Thomas, Debbie Hoppert, Terri Schmeling, Debbie Miller,
Xmy Dehner, Denise Murphy, Karen Reed, Lisa Anderson, Kris Hren.
Liz Mazzei, Lara Lomac, Kim Miller and Kirstin Esch getting ready for a race.
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depth this year. Even with the loss of
many good seniors from last year,
the pantherettes were still able to hang
tough. This was a year where all of the girls:
freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors
all contributed to their many victories.
Winter days during swim season became a
routine of: swim, school, swim, homework,
sleep. Starting in late November the panth-
erettes begin their day at 5:30 AM to get
ready for their 6:00AM practice. Morning
practice ends at 7:00AM and everyone goes
to classes. The 2:35PM bell rings and all the
swimmers are on their way back to the pool
to practice another 2 hours. The days were
rough, but the fun and the feeling of accom-
plishment that they made it through another
day's workout is what kept them going.
The girl's swim team experienced an ex-
cellent season. The girls improved as the
85 Madison 84
92 Padua 76
87 Laurel 85
90 Beachwood 78
96 Fairview 72
85 Bedford 87
105 Maple 64
77 Mentor 95
97 Brush 75
107 Mayfield 65
45 Berea 38
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Orange relays 10th
SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 2
GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 2
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hind Euclid's faabulous
rr sports teams? They
were the Sports aides! Those valu-
able additions to the athletic de-
partment performed many tasks
that lifted the teams to victory.
Those students helped out the
coaches and the players by timing,
keeping statistics, and wrapping
sprained ankles. They also kept the
team supplied with water, and they
were always cheering the team on
and urging them to never give up.
The aides were required to attend
every practice and every game.
Their job was not a glamorous one,
but it was one that was necessary
for the teams to win. So, when you
Mike Barnes getting assistance on the sidelines.
see the winning records of the foot-
ball, swimming, basketball, and
wrestling teams just remember that
the Sports aides contributed to
those thrilling triumphs.
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Alison Matish and Tiffany Tekieli on a Saturday
Jennifer O'Neill and Bridgette Lang showing off their train-
Jennifer O'NeilI, Jene Mayerhoffer, Kris
Kubach and Bridgette Lang ask 'Who
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he Homecoming assembly.
Cen Barber shows off his Halloween attire.
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Joe Vehar, Ray Rhone, Jeff Davis, and Tom Holland paying attention in
Mike Ball and Joe Vehar thinking about the future. Sue Schilling and Traci Baranowski enjoying the fine luxuries of
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he Euclid Senior High Class
of '88 was a spirited and
determined group of stu-
dents. From the first day of school
to the last, the seniors knew that
this was their year to rule, and they
did just that. With the hard work
and devotion of many students,
1988 proved to be a great year!
The seniors excelled in many areas,
including spirit, academics, and
From class competition to extra-
curricular activities, the class of '88
showed their panther spirit, not just
in '88, but in all four years at EHS.
The class developed a togetherness
in the ninth grade that lasted until
commencement. Whether at sport-
ing events, concerts, Big Show,
dances, or clubs, the 1988 panthers
turned out in great numbers to
show their pride and their spirit in
the school. The feelings of unity,
friendship, and pride that devel-
oped will continue with the seniors
long after they leave the halls of
Besides having spirit, the '88
panthers also had a concern for
their academic life. The senior class
had three National Merit Finalists
and three commended students,
who are a few examples of the high
academic achievements of Euclid
students. The seniors worked hard
for good grades and were proud of
their scholastic achievements and
awards. The panthers loved to par-
ty, but they also knew when to hit
the books. Their academic excel-
lence showed that they will go far in
their endeavors after high school.
Last, but not least, the students
of the class of 1988 proved to be
worthy foes on the athletic fields.
The football team went 10-0, and
the volleyball and basketball teams
enjoyed terrific seasons, Several
players received awards for their
outstanding abilities also. The class
was full of talented students who
excelled in athletics for EHS. The
students were proud of their athlet-
ic achievements and outstanding
The memories that seniors have
of their years at EHS are many, and
they will all remember the good
times and good friends they had at
Euclid. From being a freshman on
the first day of school to receiving a
diploma at commencement, the se'
niors were a proud and talented
group of students. The pride, spirit,
intelligence, and skills of the class
of 1988 will be long remembered at
Euclid Senior High School.
Some of the members of the senior class showing their spirit.
Karen Lynn Anglen: Youth to Youth 10,
Cultural Committee 11,12
Lauara L. Asseff: Girl's Choir 9, Mixed
Choir 10, Choral Masters 11,123 Senior Tal-
ent Night 9,125 Big Show 10
Matthew Ballish: Yearbook 9,10,11,12g
LayoutjCopy editor 11, Bicycling club
9,10,11g Captain-Mechanic 10,119 Archery
club 9,103 Peer Tutoring 11,12
Julie H. Barcza: Cross country 9,10,11,12g
co-captain 123 Indoor track 9,1O,11g Track
9,10,11g AFS 10,11,12g Publicityfactivities
11,12, Euclid Cultural Committee 10,11,12g
Publicity officer 11g Christmas play 11g Na-
tional Honor Society officer 11,12g Senior
Talent Night 12
Timothy G. Belavich: Hockey 9,1O,11,12,
captain 11,12, National Honor Society
11,12g President 11,12g Peer tutor
10,11,12g Yearbook 9,1O,11g Survey 12,
President's club 12
Steve Belle: Wrestling 9,10
David Berke: Golf 9,10
Eric Berry: Basketball 9g Indoor track
10,11,12g Outdoor track 9,10,11,12g Euclid
Cultural Committee 11,123 Peer Tutor
Sandra Accettola La Tonya Aitken Angelo Plrgenti Angela Arrington Karma After
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Laura ASSeff Denise Baird Michael Ball Matthew Ballish Tracey Baranowski
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Kenneth Barber Julie I-I. Barcza Christopher Beemiller Sandra Belavic Timothy G. Belavich
Steve Belle Richard Bencivenni David Berke Eric Berry Alice Beuck
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Alfred Bielskis Tina Bitker Simone Blair Sonya Blair Crystal Bobosik
Mark Bonnay Denise Bowman Shannon Brennan Richard Alan Brentar David M. Brickman
Stacie Brickman Matthew A. Brizes Kimberly R. Brown Robert Brown Scott Brown
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George Brozovich John M. Burke Robert Burrows Charles Burtyk Michelle Butauski
Reginald J. Black: Wrestling 9
Sonya Blair: Basketball 10, Girl's basketball
Simone Blair: Close-up 11,123 Office aid 12
Mark Bonnay: Football 9,1O,11g Baseball
9,103 Wrestling 9,10
Richard Alan Brantar: Commencement
Band 9,10,11g Stage Band 9,10,11,12g
Marching Band 9,1O,11,12g OMEA Solo
Contest 9,10,11,12g Choral Masters 12,
Varsity Chorale 125 Big Show 9,10,11,12g
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10,11,12g Pep
Band 10,11, Director 11, Christmas Brass
10,11,I2g Orchestra 10,11,12g Soccer 9,10g
Senior Talent Night 11 f
David M. Brickman: Soccer 9,10,11,12g
Matthew A. Brizes: Basketball 10,I1,12
Kimmy R. Brown: Cheerleader 9,1O,11g Co-
captain 95 Captain 103 Softball 9,10g Stu-
dent Council 9,10,12g Choral Masters
10,11,12g Big Show 95 Homecoming Atten-
dant 9g Office aid 11
Robert Brown: Cross country 9g Basketball
John M. Burke: Wrestiing 9
Charles Burtyk: Basketball 9g Marching
Band ,9,10.,11,12g Quartermaster 12.
"Te Aewrr of may "
'P..CA. MCA. mic. I tier are-gr emu:
SAT, ACT, SAT, ACH, what do
all these letters mean? Are they a
secret code or something? Well,
not exactly. Some students call them
headaches, but in reality they stand for
the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test,
American College Test, Scholastic Apti-
tude Test, and Achievement Tests. As
most juniors and seniors know, these
tests are usually required for college ad-
mission. The tests lvvhich are three ago-
nizing hours longl are usually given on
Saturday morning, and students usually
leave them with massive migrains. To
help improve students' scores, Mr. Yo-
cum and the counselors hold reviews the
week before each test. In these sessions
students learned differant test-taking tac-
tics and reviewed some of the most im-
portant concepts of grammar, social stud-
ies, science, and math. The students were
also given the chance to take an old test
to "get the feel" of it. One anonymous
senior said, "The review really helped me
to relax about the test. I was so worried I
was going to do terrible, and the session
helped me to realize it wasn't that bad."
'Tracey Baranowski looking confident
'Psst...what's my name again?'
Katie Weakland shows off her elf smile.
lf Day is a senior fundraiser
sponsored by Class Cabinet.
Prospective elves began by
selling tickets to friends and faculty.
A drawing was then held during
lunch periods to choose the lucky
santas. On the magical day seniors
impersonated elves and catered to
their santa's every need. Unfortu-
nately, as all good things must
come to an end, at the ringing of
the bell at 2:35 PM all the elves
Jenny Pocaro and Beth H
ry, January Jenkins and Paul Karpinski display elf originality.
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ammer look ,elf enchanted Brown and Jeanine Oblak have 'elf appeal'.
Constance A. Cahoon: Softball 93 Office aid
Eric M. Calabrese: Tennis 9,10,11,123 cap-
Daniel R. Campbellg Outdoor Club 9,10,113
Ski Club 10,11,123 Swim Team 10,11,12
Anthony M. Capuozzo: Swim Team
9,10,11,123 co-captain 123 Tennis
9,10,11,123 Outdoor Club 11
W. Anthony Castrovinci: Yearbook 12: Key
Club 11,123 senior representative 12
Patricia K. Cecelic: AFS 10,111 Office aid
9,10,113 COE 12
Jeffrey W. Cechura: Water Polo 93 Archery
Club 9,103 Swim team 111 Ski Club
10,11,123 Key Club 9g Office aid 9,10,113
Outdoor Club 113 Class Cabinet 9
Christine Noelle Chinni: Class Cabinet
10,11,123 Wai Napolo 9,1O,11,123 vice-
president 123 As Club 1O,11Q Key Club
10,113 Swim timer 10,121 Eucuyo 12, Office
aid 111 Senior Talent Night 9,121 National
Honor Society 11,123 Teen Institute 10,113
Peer Tutor 11,121 Yearbook 12
Steven Christen: Wrestling 9,1O,11,123
Football 9,10,11,12Q Baseball 9,10,11,12g
Senior Talent Night 9,1O,11,123 Battle of
the Bands 10,11,12 .
Mike J. Cleary: Wrestling 9,10
Debra A. Colantonio: Basketball 9
Justina M. -Colo: Basketball 93 AFS
9,10,11,12Q vice-president 115 President's
Adriane Marie Conklin: Band 9,103 Key
Club 9g Ski Club 11,12
Anthony J. Cook3 Football 9
Nancy Lynn Cook: Fall Play 11,123 Spring
Play 103 Big Show 10,11,123 President's
Club 11,122 Foreign Language Club
10,1 1,125 co-president 123 Symphonic Wind
Ensemble 9,10,11,123 Marching Band
9,1O,11,123 Show designer 103 Librarian
10,11,123 Squad leader 11,123 Secretary
123 National Honor Society 11,123 Stage
Band 11,123 Class Cabinet 10,11,12, Or-
chestra 11,123 Senior Talent Night 12.
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Patricia K. Cecelic Jeffrey W. Cechura Lynn Cercek Larry Cheatham Christine Noelle
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t some time in everyone's life
they have done something
that they have found embar-
assing. Here are some of the embar-
assing moments that the seniors have
chosen to share with others.
My most embarassing moment was
Troy Williams was egged.
Losing to Youngstown Boardman.
When I walked around school with
magic marker on my skirt and every-
one just laughed.
Richard Brentar marched one way
during halftime and the rest of the
band marched the other.
David Gray went out for track and
the girls were watching him come in so
far back that the rest of the team was
getting ready for the next event.
Jennifer Spinelli fell down the stairs
in a dress in fromt of her friends and
When Jenny Hopkins and her friend
wore the same skirt four times in a row
in 9th grade and everyone claimed
that they planned it that way.
I had on blue underwear with white
Diane Mauser was looking at a male
senior's rear and tripped up the stairs
and he saw her.
Julie Sterbank got her finger caught
in a milk machine.
Tina Soltesz, during track practice,
fell into the boy's locker room in front
of the Varsity Track team and re-
ceived a standing ovation.
Love Hudson fell up the stairs in
front of the seniors when she was in
the 10th grade.
Julie Barcza was slammed into by a
socially unacceptable friend pogoing
down the hall.
Sitting on the bench during the
Jumping off the high dive in swim-
ming and landing flat on my back.
Receiving a B+ on a test.
Falling asleep in class and having
the teacher knock on the desk to wake
Making a wrong turn to get to class
after having gone there for four years.
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9,1O,11,12g captain 12g Indoor track
10,11,12g Track 10,11,12: Football
10,11,12g AFS 121 Outdoor Club 12
Donald G. Craig: Football 9g Track
9,1O,11,12g PA announcer 12
Charles John Cummings: Marching Band
9,10,11,12g Quartermaster 11,123 Squad
leader 12: Hall Band 11g Pep Band 11,12:
Concert Band 9,10,11,12g AFS 11,12g For-
eign Language Club 10g Yearbook 12
Delmond Tyrone Cummings: Football
9,10,11,12g Basketball 93 Indoor Track 93
Outdoor Track 93 Senior Talent Night 12
Carol Lynn Cvijanovic: Volleyball 12: Soc-
cer Aid 10g Ski Club 11,12q AFS 11g Senior
Talent Night 12
Julie Ann S. Dakdouk: Volleyball 95 Swim
Team 9,10,11g Soccer Aide 10g Clinic Aide
Jeffrey Sutherland Davis: Cross Country
9,10,11,12g Indoor Track 9,10,11,12g Out-
door Track 9,10,11,12g Senior Class Cabi-
net 12: Varsity Chorale 12
Kara Ann Davis: OEA Treasurer 11
Matthew Dell: Audio Visual Club 9,10
Kimberly A. DelMonte: Track 93 AFS 9:
Student Council 10,12g chairperson 12
Richard A. Delsanter: Football 9,10,11,12g
captain 12g Wrestling 9,10,11,12g captain
12g Track 9,1O,11,12g Weight lifting
Barbara Ann Desico: Wrestling Aide 9
LeShawn Patrice Dewberry: Choral Master
11,12g Cultural Committee 12
Nicholas DiBartolomeo: Soccer 9,10,11,12:
Choral Masters 10,11,12g Varsity Chorale
11,12: Big Show 9,10,11,12g Wrestling 9.
Shannon Cool Gary Corbett Dennis Coy Jack Coyne
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Jeffrey Sutherland Kara Ann Davis Tonda L. Dean
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Donald G. Craig
Julie Anne S.
Michael Digiovine Jennifer Dommer Tami Lyn Donahoe Frederick Dorazio
Bill Dragolas Stephen Drazdik Dawn Michelle Drnek Jill M. Dudziak Mary Dugandzic
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Robert Easter Jr Judith Marie Enneper Derek Delontay Evans Eric E. Eyman Carla Fanara
Tami Lyn Donahoe: Cheerleaders 9,10,11g
Office Aide 11,12g Ski Club 9,10,12g Choir
9g Softball 9
Nikole Doss: Flag Corps 113 Basketball man-
Bill Dragolas: Student Council 10,11,12g
Hockey 9,10,11,12g Outdoor Club 9,103
Choir 9g Peer Tutoring 9,10,11g Cultural
Dawn Michelle Drnek: Ski Club 10,11,12g
Office Aide 11,12
Jill M. Dudziak: Track 9,123 Ski Club 10
Michael S. Dunmire: Baseball 9,10,11,12g
captain 12g Peer Tutoring 10
Rick Dureiko: Audio Visual 10,11,12g Big
Show 1O,12g Assistant Stage Manager 121
Senior Talent Night 10,11,12g Assistant
Stage Manager 11,12g Bicycle Club 103 Na-
tional Honor Society 11,12
Judith Marie Enneper: Volleyball 9,1O,11g
Track 10,11,12g Indoor Track 11: Ski Club
123 Senior Taient Night 125 Office Aide 12
Derek Delontay Evans: Football 9,10,11,12g
Eric E. Eyman: Cross Country 10,11,12g
captain 123 lndoor Track 9,1O,11,12g Out-
door Track 9,1O,11,12.
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clid High School took part
in its annual blood drive
which was sponsored by the Euclid
Cultural Committee. It was orga-
nized by Ms. Carroll, Selwyn John-
son and Francine Moore. The drive
went smoothly and more than 100
pints of blood were collected during
the day. The blood drive gives the
students an opportunity to get
started on the worthwhile idea of
giving blood. There is never too
much blood available so the blood
donated by the students and Euclid
High is appreciated.
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Nick Fimiani: Baseball 9,1O,11
Michael Focareto: Baseball 9g Golf
9,10,113 Senior Talent Night 12
Kevin Fomby: Football 9,10,11,12g Bas-
Angela M. Gamber: Softball 9,1O,11,12g
Cultural Committee recording secretary 103
Teen Institute 11,12
Tracy A. Gamber: Office Aide 12
Rob Gelo: Soccer 10,11 A
Rob Gezann: Hockey 124 Student Council
12g Ski Club 12
Joe Gjerek: Soccer 9,10
Jeffrey J. Glubish: Key Club 10,113 Bicy-
cle Club 10,11,12
Tony Granito: Baseball 9,10,12g Golf 12
David Xerxes Gray: Football 9,11,12g
Choral Masters 11,12g Cultural Committee
9,10,11,12g Mixed Choir 9,10
Jennifer Greene: OEA historian 11,12
Anthony Griffin: Yearbook 12
Thomas J. Gron: Marching Band
9,10,11,12g Concert Band 9,1O,11.
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Ray Brown and Steve Woodard show some true
soul at Senior Talent Night.
Wide-eyed Chris Pinta and Tim Hickok.
eniors look back and recall all
the crazy times through their ju-
nior high years. Some wish they
could forget, and some will never live
down these memories.
Troy Williams lost the basketball
Richard Brentar remembers when
the rock band had no lead singer be-
cause he did a flip into the pit and hit
Tom Gron broke the bed in Toronto.
Sue Guip remembers when Jenny
Greene's shoes were thrown over the
goal post and got stuck.
Tina Soltesz remembers Florida with
just the girls.
The Jello slurping contest.
St. Williams Mexican Fiesta in 7th
On the trip to Toronto the fire alarm
went off and everyone ran out in their
Certain Central students convinced
Forest Park students that there was a
pool in the basement of Forest Park.
Dancing Derek Evans with Harry King and Rick Rizzo. Eric Eyman in deep thought.
Ketan Patel agrees with Mia Parise that Jim Samual
does have a nail biting habit,
uclid students look back at
all the great times they have
had at Euclid Central. Re-
membering the dances, sports, and
teachers will always be good memo-
ries. These are some of the memo-
ries Euclid's seniors recall of their
time spent at Euclid Central.
Jennifer Spinelli remembers
when she won the Uncle Vic air
Julie Sterbank remembers when
Mr. Russo's homeroom beat Mr.
Petrick's homeroom in the Olympic
games, the Cheerleaders protested
cheering at girl's sporting events,
Sandy Scott and Jack Coyne threw
Jello down the stairs, Mixed Choir
performed "Godspell"f"West Side
Tina Soltesz remembers practic-
ing for the cheerleading competi-
tion at Euclid Square Mall with Bon-
nie 'the prep, Smith.
Love Hudson remembers when
everyone was in track.
Yellow Jello in the Atrium
Mr. Syracuse and T.G.I.M.
Uncle Vic at the dances.
Knocking over lab tables.
Dan Neuman caught running around the halls.
Jim Samuel and Ketan Patel helping Adam Stauffer
try and climb up the pole.
Carla Fanara and Phil Matish thinking of the future.
Julie Barcza enjoying herself at an AFS meeting.
Susan Marie Guip: Cross Country
9,10,11,12g co-captain 125 Senior Talent
Night 119 Prom Aide 11.
Ron Guttu: Wrestling 9.
Susan Lynn Hall: Office Aide 9,11,12g Bas'
ketball aide 9g Student Council 9,10,11.
Beth Ann Hammer: Class Cabinet 10,11,12g
Wai Napolo 103 President's Club 12g Eu-
cuyo 12g AD Club 10,11,12g Swim Timer
10,125 Key Club 10,11g Ciass Rep 11, Fall
Play 11,12g Holiday Play 11,12g Big Show
11g National Honor Society 11,125 Peer Tu-
tor 10,11,12g Teen Institute 10,113 Senior
Talent Night 9,12,
Dan Harding: Wrestling 9,10,11,3.2g Cultur-
al Committee 123 Football 12.
Kevin A. Harrison: Audio Visual Club
Matthew J. Harrison: Baseball 1O,11,12.
Monica Hayden: Teen Institute 11, Year'
book 11, Key Club 11,12g Track 10.
Timothy Hickok: Football 9g Hockey
9,10,11,12g Baseball 9,103 Golf captain 12.
Diane L. Hodnichak: Student Council 11,12,
Majorettes 9,10,1 1,123 Yearbook 125 Office
Thomas C. Holland: Football 9,10,11,12g
Wrestling 9,10,11,12g Class Cabinet 12g
Prom Aide 11,123 Cultural Committee 9,10.
Jennifer Hopkins: Senior Talent Night 12,
AFS 9,10,11,12g publicity chairman 125 Ski
Club 10,11,12g President's Club 12g Survey
Deborah Lynn Hoppert: Swim Team
9,10,11,12g Key Club 9,10
Susan Marie Guip
Kevin A. Harrison
Karen L. Heyduk
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Anita G. Karaula Paul Michael Karpinski
Richard A. Kekic
Cheryl Lynn Kempke
Richard B. Hornyak Jr.: Football 9,11,12g
captain 123 Baseball 9,1O,11,12g Basketball
Po-ChunlRandyl Hsu: Tennis 10,11.
Kevin Hudson: Basketball 9,10,11,123 Culs
tural Committee 9,10,11,12.
Love Hudson: Peer Counseling 93 AFS gl
Cultural Committee 9,10,11g vice-president
11g Student Council 10,12Q Class Cabinet
103 Ski Club 10,113 Senior Talent Night
11,12g Survey 123 Indoor Track 12.
Matthew Huested: Eucuyo 10.
Jim Hunt: Footbail manager 9,103 Wrestling
manager 9,10g Track manager 93 National
Jr. Honor Society 9g Student athletic trainer
105 National Honor Society 113 Chess and
Strategy Club 10,11.
Kristina Marie Ilc: Fall Play 9,10,11g student
director 123 Spring Play 103 Big Show 9,103
Hockey Aide 11,123 President's Club presi-
dent 123 Survey 123 AD Club 12.
Carolyn Michelle Ivaskovic: Student Council
11,12g music committee chairperson 11g
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10,113 Big Show
9,103 Senior Talent Night 113 Choral Mas-
ters 123 Spring Play 9,1O,11g props manag-
er 109 Marching Band 9,103 Fall Play props
Jennifer Jeric: Volleyball 93 Yearbook 9.
Michelle Marie Jividen: Softball 9,10,11,12g
Ski Club 12.
Robert Johnson: Fall Play 12.
Steve C. Johnson: Basketball 9,10,113 Cross
Country 10g Track 9,12g Wrestling 122 Cul'
tural Committee 10,11,12.
Anita G. Karaulag AFS 10,11,12g Ski Club
123 Peer Tutoring 113,123 Office Aide 129
Drama Club 10.
Paul Michael Karpinski: Prom Aide
10,11,123 PA announcer 12.
Kathleen M. Keaveney: Cheerleader 93
Track 12g Student Council 9.
John Kehn: Ski Ciub 9,10,11,123 Senior Tal-
ent Night 12. ,
Richard A. Kekic: Wrestling' 9,10,11,123
Baseball 9,10,12g Football 9,1O.
Cheryl Lynn Kempke: Senior Talent Night
123 Student Council 9,10g Ciass Cabinet 99
Softball 9,10,11,12g Ski Club 104 DECA
11,125 president 12.
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Kathy Paroska and Tina llc show their friendship.
Mr. Perez being hauled in by Joe "Nick" Vehar.
uclid seniors remember all the
unforgetable moments through
their high school years. Some
were good and some were bad, but
high school never would have been the
same without them. Here are some of
the moments that some of the seniors
Rich Brentar remembers when only
100 people showed up for school on
that snow day.
Diane Mauser remembers when Mr.
Perez-gave his very first, 'I'm not go-
ing to take any from you, speech.
Julie Barcza remembers when her
metal pen exploded across the room
in 9th grade biology.
Joel Stewart remembers when his
chemistry experiment burned.
Love Hudson remembers Euclid
beating St. Joes her freshman year.
Tina Soltesz and Chris Vubonic
went to Washington, D.C. in 10th
grade with Mrs. Smith just to shop.
Nicolle remembers when Mr. Ever-
sole used to fall asleep in class and she
used to have water bottle fights in Mrs.
Schmeling's chemistry class and when
Miais eyes looked like spiders from all
Ken Barber and Greg Ogorek jammin'.
Michele Savolainen and Chris Chinni's smile
any of Euclid's seniors
have specific plans for
their spring breaks.
Todd Uhlir plans to go to Florida
and party his you-know-what off.
Love Hudson plans to go to Myr-
Julie Barcza plans to travel to
New York and visit Greenwidh Vil-
lage and watch strange and bizarre
people like herself.
Sue Guip is going to Canada.
Jennifer Spinelli plans to go to
California with friends.
Other's plans include:
Doint a little skiing and a lot of
Going to Florida to meet my pen
pal I've been writing to for 9 years.
Go to Napa Valley, California
and soak up the sights and the sun.
Go to Atlantic City and enjoy the
sun and my vacation and also to se
Sleep, party and more sleep.
Going to Columbus.
eniors had many activities
planned for the summer break.
Jenny Pocaro plans to sun,
fun and work.
Tina Soltesz plans to party, work on
a dark tropical tan, spend money,
shop and party some more with
Julie Sterbank plans to be a life
guard and volunteer at the hospital
until going away to school.
Rich Brentar plans to go to Europe.
Julie Barcza is hoping to go back to
Europe and explore every little brick-
Beth Hammer plans to work, go to
England as a graduation present.
Love Hudson is going to Manhattan.
Jennifer Spinelli is going to get a
tan, party and sleep.
Matt Ballish wants to play racquet-
ball, go climbing, sailing, and diving.
Denny Coy wants to go on a long
Chris Chinni is hoping to go to
Susan Knistautas is going to work
full time and going to enjoy the last of
her youthful laziness.
In general everyone plans to work
and have fun.
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Gregory Kernc: Ski Club 11.
Lewis Kimball: DECA 12.
Harry King: Wrestling 9,10,11,12g Murals
115 Senior Talent Night 12.
Shawn M. Kline: Choir 12.
Bernadette Knez: Track 9,103 Class Cabinet
Margaret Knez: Track 9,10,12.
Shawn M. Kobus: Key Club 9,10,11,123
freshmen representative 99 sophomore rep-
resentative 10g relations chairman 10,111
second vice-president 11, Lt. Governor 12,
Teen Institute 1O,11,12g state representa-
tive 1 lg youth advisory board 12g Swim Tim-
er 9,1O,11g Swim Manager 123 Soccer Man-
ager 12, Class Cabinet 9,11,12, Class
Showcase 1O,11,12g Marching Band
9,10,11,12g stage crew 9, Concert Band
9,1Og librarian 105 Symphonic Wind Ensem-
ble 11,12g Senior Talent Night 10,123 Na-
tional Honor Society 12g Yearbook photog-
raphy editor 123 Survey 11.12.
Angie Koncar: Spirits 9, Fall Play 9g Class
Kellie Ann Koren: Majorette 9,10,11,12g
Karen A. Kosmerl: Majorette 9,103 Clinic
Aide 9, Wrestling Aide 10,11,12.
Valerie.A. Kovacic: Senior Talent Night 10g
Office Aide 10.12.
John D. Kribbs: Baseball 9g Peer Tutor 11.
John Michael Kronik: Football 9,10,11,12g
Dave Kropf: Basketball 9.
Derrick Krotine: Basketball 9,10,11,12.
Susan Marie Krufc: AFS 10,11,12g execu-
tive board 123 Student Council 10,11,12g
chairperson 125 Peer Tutor 11,12g Office
Aide 9,10,11g Outdoor Club 93 President's
Club 123 Senior Talent Night 12.
Christine Kubinski: Volleyball 95 Ski Club
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Lee Ann Marsh John D. Martens Kimberly A-
Barry Lane Patrick Langdon
Rhonda Littlejohn Matt Lunder
Karen E. Maroli Robert P. Marrott
Amy Lynn Mata Phillip A. Matish
Paul A. Kudlak: Baseball 9,10,11,123 Foot-
ball 9,10,113 Student Council 9,10,11,123
executive board 10,113 Cultural Committee
103 Class Cabinet 12Q Senior Talent Night
Elizabeth A. Kuhen: Big Show 9,10,113 Cho-
ral Masters 11,123 Student Council 11,123
Choir 9,101 Varsity Chorale 11,12Q Office
Aide 9,103 Senior Talent Night 11,12.
Brinda Kumar: Survey editor 11,123 Class
Cabinet 11,12Q Peer Tutoring 11,123 AFS
10,121 Cultural Committee 10,113 Fall Play
11,121 Winter Play 11,123 Senior Talent
Patrick Langdon: Baseball 9,1O,11,123 Foot-
ball 93 Basketball 9.
Danielle Renee Lauver: Cross Country 93
Eric Jay Lenz: Hockey 9,10,11,12Q captain
11,121 Football 93 Office Aide 10.
Rhonda Littlejohnz Office Aide 11,12.
Matt Lunder: Cross Country 93 Swim Team
10? Eucuyo 113 Key Club 12.
Keith Macklin: Office Aide 11.
Tracey Malaney: Volleyball 93 Senior Talent
Night 12Q Yearbook 9,103 President's Club
David A, Mann: Foreign Language Club
10,123 co-president 122 Yearbook 10.
Dan Mansperger: Marching Band
9,10,11,123 Varsity Chorale 1O,11,123
Stage Band 10,11,123 Audio Visual Club
Karen E. Maroli: Class Cabinet 9,10,113 Vol-
leyball 9,10,11,123 captain 123 Basketball
9,10,11,12Q Track 9,10,11,123 captain
Robert P. Marrott: Golf 101 Ski Club 12.
Lee Ann Marsh: Cultural Committee
John D. Martens: Battle of Bands crew
1O,11,12Q Big Show crew 9,103 Senior Tala
ent Night crew 9,10,11,12Q Audio Visual
Club 9,10,11,123 Student Council 10,11,123
Swim Show crew 9,10,11,123 Wrestling 93
Fall Play 113 Peer Tutoring 10,113 National
Honor Society 11,123 vice president 12.
Kimberly A. Masterson: Student Council
10,11,123 covchairperson of class decora-
tions 111 chairperson of decorations 113
Class Cabinet 11,123 Peer Tutor 11,123 Big
Show 9,10,113 Senior Talent Night 11,123
Outdoor Club 93 AFS 10,123 Survey 11,123
co-editor 121 Fall Play gl Spring Play 93
Holiday Play 11,12
Amy Lynn Mata: Class Cabinet 93 Volleyball
Phillip A. Matish: Cross Country
9,10,11,123 Track 9,10,123 Indoor Track
10,123 Ski Club 12.
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Pat Vihtelic learning in the library.
he class of '88 enjoyed their
time off from hard work and
studying by relaxing, going
out to the movies with some
friends, and by spending time alone
with a good book. Some of the se-
nior's favorite movies were "Fatal
Attraction", "Top Gun", "The Un-
touchablesn, "Platoon", and "Back
to the Future". As far as books go,
favorite novels were The Catcher
in the Rye, The Outsiders, The
Invisible Man, A Tale of Two
Cities, and Wuthering Heights.
Whether alone or with friends, the
seniors at Euclid knew when to for-
get their homework and just relax
when the weekend rolled around.
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he seniors were asked what
their plans were for their
most memorable night of
1988, and here are some of their
Tina Soltesz is going with her
special insignificant other, in the
gown she's had picked out since
9th grade and drive a black Jaguar.
Julie Sterbank is going to let her-
self go and have a wonderful, unfor-
Todd Uhlir is going to get a limo,
go to prom and Afterprom.
Jennifer Spinelli is going to fly
there in a jet, have a great time and
party all night.
Shawn Kobus is going to have a
great time with all her friends and
go to Niagara Falls after
Kimmy Brown is going to look
sweet and have a tremendous time
with her good looking date.
The rest of the class said they
wanted to have the time of their
lives and that they will always re-
member and spend time with all
their friends before
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he seniors were polled on
their future plans and here
are some ideas of where
they hope to be in 1998.
Tina Soltesz will be a yuppie
driving a black Jaguar, living in Ver-
mont and planning a family vaca-
tion with Tina Ilc to Disneyland.
Diane Mauser will be sitting on a
yacht on the coast of Jamaica sip-
ping champagne and spending the
money she'll be making on her
chain of beauty salons.
Rich Brentar will be a profession-
Julie Sterbank will be practicing
psychology at a prominent chil-
Joel Stewart will be wishing he
was safe back in school.
Tina llc will be living next door to
Tina Soltesz in Vermont complain-
ing about something or other.
Susan Knistautas will be rich and
famous and a rocket scientist for
Jennifer Spinelli will hopefully be
wealthy,happy, living somewhere
warm and driving a Porsche.
Kimmy Brown will be broadcast-
ing news on a NYC TV station and
living very rich.
Matt Ballish will be sailing around
the world on the Calypso and ex-
ploring the depths of the ocean.
Denny Coy will be living in Ke-
nya with the bushmen and eating
Katie Weakland will be married
to Bob, have twins, and studying
whales in New England.
Love Hudson will be a lawyer.
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Denise Maxey: Office Aide 12.
Keith McClurkin: PA announcer 12g Radio
Club 12g Key Club vice-president 12.
Matt Medve: Baseball 9,11,12.
Sue Medve: Office Aide 11.
Krista Lee Mews: Wai Napolo 10, Winter
Play 11, Survey 10g Office Aide 9,11g Close-
Michele Meyers: Spring Play 10g Fall Play
123 Big Show 9,103 Student Council
10,11,12g Ski Club 9,10,11g Orchestra
9,10,11g Choral Masters 11,123 Senior Tal-
ent Night 12, President's Club 123 Survey
12, Winter Play co-student director 12.
Gina Marie Midolo: Cheerleader 94 Choral
Masters secretary 1O,11,12g Varsity Chorale
president 1O,11,12g Big Show 9,10,11,123
Fall Play 12.
Deborah Miller: Swim Team 9,10,11,12g
captain 12, Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12g Jr show
director 11g Sr show director 12g Treasurer
12, Marching Band 9,10,11,12g squad lead-
er 12g National Honor Society 11,12g Track
Nicole Molnar: Volleyball 9,10,11,12g Div-
ing 9,1O,11,12g Track 9,1O,11,12g Senior
Talent Night 12.
Timothy James Montana Jr.: Spring Play 9,
Outdoor Club 9g Big Show 9.
Francine Moore: Peer Tutor 11,125 Student
Council 12g Class Cabinet 115 Choral Mas-
ters 11,12g Close-up 11,123 Cultural Com-
mittee 11,12, Martin Luther King Youth
Leadership Program 11,12.
Diane Mauser Denise Maxey Kelly Mayle Douglas McArthur
Matt Medve Sue Medve Krista Lee Mews Eric Meyenberg
Steven I.. Meyer Michele Meyers Gina Marie Midolo Deborah Miller Maria Concepcion B. Miranda
Nicole Molnar Timothy James Montana Jr Francine Moore Donald Moses Dana Murphy
Mark Naglic David Nagy Mark Nagy Teresa Nagy Patricia Ann Eileen
Daniel Newman Lenny Nieves Crissy Novotny Tiffiney Oatman
Vicky Oboczky Michael O'Connell Jeffrey Olbrysh Jim Olenik
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Karla Osolin Jack Ott Ringo D. A. Overberger Steve Owen Nancy L. Papes
Mark Naglic: Baseball 9,10,11,12.
Teresa Nagy: Office Aide 10,115 Mixed
Patricia Ann Eileen Neliganz Hockey Aide
11g Football Cheerleader 123 Student Coun-
cil 12, Senior Talent Night.
Lenny Nieves: Baseball 9,1O,I1,12g Foot-
ball 9. '
Crissy Novotny: Cross Country 93 Outdoor
Tiffiney Oatman: Cultural Committee
1O,I1,12g Cheerleader 1O,11,12.
Jeanine R. Oblak: Cheerleader 9,163,115
Volleyball 9,1O,I1,12g Varsity Chorale
11,12g Softball 91 Student Council 9,103
Homecoming Queen 12g Choral Masters
11,123 Panther Mascot 10,11,12.
Michaei O'Connell: Wrestling 9,10,12g Ski
Travis O'l-lannon: Cultural Committee 11,
Jim Olenik: Football 9,10g Basketball 9,103
Karla Osolin: Yearbook 129 Office Aide 109
Student Council 12, Ski Club 12.
Ringo D. A. Overberger: Cross Country
Steve Owen: Baseball 9,1O.
Nancy L. Papes: Ski Club 1O,12.
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Steve Christen gives his wink of approval.
Patti Neligan shows how cheerful she is.
Phil Matish, Scott Pinta and Bob Brown watching
he results are in, and the
class of 1988's favorite
teacher turned out to be our
former unit principal-Mr. Bender.
Close behind were Mr. Raicevich
and Mrs. McLaughlin who tied for
second. Other favorite instructors
were Mr. Pawlowski, Mr. Godfrey,
Mrs. Zubizarreta and Mr. Burns.
'Von', 'Biff' Wensing, Miss Bambic
and Mr. Reno were also mentioned
as favorite teachers by the seniors.
Government was voted the favorite
class by the seniors by an over-
whelming majority. English was a
close second, and AP biology,
physics, and foods came in third.
Photography, astronomy, and math
were other favorites, too. All in all,
most seniors could choose their fa-
vorite teachers, but when it came to
classes, 'lunch' surpassed every-
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Rob Paradise: Marching Band 9,10,11.
Mia Parise: Cheerleader 9g Track
9,10,11,12g lndoor Track 11,123 Ski Club
11,123 Student Council 12.
A. J. Parker: Basketball 9,1O,11,12.
Katalin Paroska: Ski Club 9,1O,11,12g Stu-
dent Council 9,10g AFS 125 Hockey Aide
10,11,12g Yearbook 11,12g Senior Talent
Night 12g Survey 125 President's Club 12g
AD Club 125 Office Aide 9,10g Marching
Band 9,10,11g Concert Band 9,10,11.
Ketan K. Patel: Student Council 9,125 Ski
Club 9,1O,11,12g Survey 11,12g Peer Tutor
11,125 Academic Challenge Team 11,12.
Nicolle Lynn Pavlic: Ski Club 10,124 Peer
Tutor 12g Close-up 125 Office Aide 115
Teacher Aide 123 Senior Talent Night 12,
Choir 9g Buckeye Girls State 11.
Rick M. Penny: Marching Band 9,10,11,12g
Jazz Band 10,11g Senior Talent Night
11,12g Big Show 105 Christmas Brass 10,11.
Josette M. Percic: Wrestling Aide 95 Office
Barbara A. Perko: Basketball 9g Cultural
Committee 10g Office Aide 10.
Anita Marie Perrotti: AFS 9,10,11,12g presi-
dent 11,12g Office Aide 9,10,11,12, Basket-
ball 9g Cheerleader 10.
Arthur Rupert Perry: Key Club 11,123
Marching Band 9,10,11,12g Chess Club
Eda Persic: Ski Club 103 Girl's Choir 93
Mixed Choir 10g Choral Masters 11,12.
Marlene Petho: Student Council 11g Choral
Lynn A. Phillips: Volleyball 9,10,11,12g Bas-
ketball 9,1O,11,12g Softball 9,10,11,12g
Concert Band 9,10.
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igh school was just the begin-
ning of education for many of
Euclid High School's gradu-
ates. Many of them planned
to go on to college since it has been
shown that the average college gradu-
ate earns a better salary than one who
has not graduated from college. High
school is the end of public education
and, therefore, money becomes a ma-
jor consideration when applying to col-
leges. Here are some of the colleges
that the class of '88 plans on attending.
Susan Knistautas plans on attending
Kent and major in telecommunications.
Tina Smith plans to be an early child-
Matt Ballish plans to go to college to
major in photography.
Jennifer Spinelli plans to go to OSU
with her best friend, Kim Brown.
Katie Weakland plans to attend OSU
and major in zoology and then become
a ceteologist and writer.
Adam Stauffer plans on attending
Brown University, then Harvard MBA,
get rich, married, etc.
Julie Barcza plans to attend a good
are schooltlike Parsons School of De-
signj and spend her junior year abroad.
Joel Stewart plans to go to JCU and
major in aerospace dynamics.
Liz Kuhen plans to go to Kent State.
Shawn Kobus plans on attending
OSU and majoring in veterinery
Nicolle plans to become either a law-
yer or an officer in the Air Force.
emember when we..." is a
phrase that has been used
by people for all time.
Memories are what life is made of.
Sometimes the only reason for do-
ing something is for the memories
that it leaves. The only thing that is
left after an event has happened
are the memories. Euclid students
have had many memorable mo-
ments. Here are some of the mem-
orable moments that Euclid stu-
Susie Guip remembers Prom aid
Richard Brentar remembers go-
ing to NYC with Stage Band his
Julie Barcza remembers her AFX
experience abroad to the Nether-
lands in the summer of '87.
Katie Weakland remembers slow
dances at Winterfest 1986 and
Todd Uhlir remembers going to
school on Halloween as the Fat
Boys and winning first place.
Denny Coy will always remem-
ber all the friends he has made at
Kimmy Brown remembers al-
most failing chemistry but having
Natasha Spencer as her lab
Tina Smith will always remember
getting into 12th grade.
Susan Knistautas remembers
decking Adam Stauffer with a book
in English in 11th grade because he
was bothering her.
Nicolle remembers having Ketan
Patel as a 'locker buddy' for the
past four years and Homecoming
her junior year with the best guy in
Shawn Kobus remembers Key
Club District Convention 1985,
I hope Matt Lunder sees something pretty in there
hrough your lives various peo-
ple have come to influence
you. The seniors through the
past four years have had
friends, parents, counselors and teach-
ers shape and direct their lives. Many of
the heros were just ordinary people but
others were extraordinary people such
as actors and actresses, music artists
and TV personalities.
Although seniors have had a vast
number of people shape their lives
there were only a few that greatly stood
out. They were looked up to with admi-
ration because they provided great in-
sights to everyone. Everyone has had
someone that he or she has admired at
some time during their life. Here are a
few of the people that some seniors
Tina Soltesz admires Tina Ilc for her
friendship, patience and commitment
to her and the unmentionable insignifi-
Tina llc admires Mr. Raicevich.
Todd Uhlir admires John Wayne.
Katie Weakland admires all the as-
tronauts who died on the Challenger.
Julie Sterbank admires her parents.
Rich Brentar admires Peter Cetera.
Joel Stewart admires Mr. Von
Love Hudson admires Oprah
Diane Mauser admires Miss B. for
listening to all of us and not telling
where to shove it half the time.
Adam Stauffer admires Big Red
Anonymous students mentioned ad-
miring Bob Geldof, Mrs. Fette, since
she really knows what's going on here
at Euclid and she's a super friend and
wishes that there were more people
like her, and 'Bit' Wensing.
Classroom teachers are often admired since they help the student relate to problems around them.
Rosemarie Pizmoht: Big Show Orchestra 11g
Marching Band 9,1O,11,12g Swim Team 93
Pep Band 10g Concert Band 9: Symphonic
Wind Ensemble 10,11,12.
Brian D. Plesko: Track 9.
Jennifer Pocaro: AFS 9,10,11,12: Summer
Exchange Student '86g Teen Institute
9,1O,11,12g Eucuyo 1O,11,12g co-art editor
Kimberly A. Porten: Student Council
1O,11,12g vice-president 12g Wrestling Aide
11, Swim Manager 10.
Kurtis O. Posey: Basketball 9,10,11,12g
Marching Band 9,10,11,12g squad leader
1O,11,12g Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Allen C. Powell: Close-up 12.
Kevin P. Pritchard: Ski Club 1O,11,12g Div-
ing 12: Golf 11,12.
Stephen Raguz: Soccer 9,10,11,12g Audio
Visual Club 9,10.
Robert l... Reese: Swim Team 9g Wrestling
Melinda P. Reid: Marching Band 95 Sym-
phonic Wind Ensemble 9,1Og Non-Marching
Band 10: Survey 123 AFS 12g Close-up 12.
Raymond B. Rhone Ill: Basketball
9,1O,11,12g captain 121 Track 9,10,11,12g
captain 12: Cultural Committee 11,12g
Class Cabinet 9,12. .
Terrence Rice: Football 12g Baseball 12.
Tina Riczinger: Volleyball 9: Student Coun-
Theresa A. Rinaldi: Outdoor Club 9: Ski
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Tracy Risko Heather Ritchie Rick Rizzo
Robert Roach Mark Roberts
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Dennis Samsa James E.T. Samuel Kelly Sandy
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Tracy Risko: Swim Team 91 Softball 9,1Og
Tennis 105 Key Club 10,11.
Rick Rizzo: Wrestling 10,11,12.
Robert Roach: Football 10g Choir 12g Police
Mark Roberts: Football 9,10,11,12.
Spencer Robinson: Track 9,1O,11,12.
Don Rockwood: Baseball 9,1O,11g Football
Ron Rockwood: Football 9: Baseball 93 Base
Ron Rohlke: Football 9,10,11,12g Baseball
David Rosser: Survey 12g AFS 11,12g Li-
brary Page 12: Presidents Club 12g Foreign
Language Cl.ub 12.
Rik Sabath: Baseball 9,10,12g Football 11,
James E. T. Samuel: Football 9,11,12g Stu-
dent Council 9,1O,11,12g Ski Club
9,10,I1,12g Highlighters 9,10,11,12g Senior
Talent Night 12.
Dawn Sankey: Orchestra 9,1Og Eucuyo
Pat C. Santan: Big Show stage crew 11,32g
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Cleveland is the home of the
Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame and no
one knew this better than the class
of 1988. The seniors loved to rock
and their favorite radio stations
were WMMS, WRQC, WLTF
WMJI and WPHR. Seniors also en-
joyed travelling to concerts to see
such rock performers as Burce
Springsteen, U2, and White Snake
at the stadium and Public Hall. Fa-
vorite rock groups included Van
Halen, U2, Prince, Genesis, Chica-
go, and Bon Jovi. All in All the class
of '88 showed that the rock does
stop here...in Cleveland.
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pen House for the 1987-88
school year was differently
planned than in previous
years. lt was held on November
16th and 17th, and on February
4th and 5th. In previous years par-
ents followed their student's sched-
ules which made it a problem for
parents with more than one child at
Euclid. This year both of the ses-
sions were parent-teacher confer-
ences in which the parent got a
chance to talk directly with each of
their children's teachers. The first
of the two day conference times
were held in the evening and the
second day was held in the morn-
ing. The parents first picked up
their children's grades and then
could move around to the different
areas where the teachers were lo-
cated and talk with them. lf one of
the teachers was busy then they
could go to another and come back
at another time. It made for a much
less confused situation since the
teachers were located in a relative-
ly few places so the parents did not
have to travel all over the building
trying to follow a schedule. Most
people agreed that the new format
was muchveasier to follow.
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Susan K. Schilling: Softball 9,101 Tennis
9,103 Big Show 93 Senior Talent Night 9,123
Key Club 10,11,123 treasurer 11,12Q Flag
Corps 111 secretary 113 Class Cabinet
10,113 Swim Timer 10,11.
Terri Schmeling: Swim Team 9,1O,11,123
captain 121 Track 9,10,11,123 Class Cabinet
111 Highliters 9,10,11,123 Peer Tutor 10.
Andrew D. Schwartz: Marching Band
9,10,11,123 squad leader 11,123 Cross
Country 9,1O,113 Jazz Ensemble 11,123 Big
Show 10,115 Senior Talent Night 11,12.
Natalie Scipio: Cultural Committee
10,11,123 Senior Talent Night 12Q Office
Dana Marie Scott: Football Trainer
9,10,11,123 AFS 10,11,123 secretary 123
Ski Club 10,11,123 Student Council 10,123
Class Cabinet 123 Junior Homecoming At-
tendant 113 Senior Talent Night 12Q Office
Sandra Lynn Scott: Survey 9,123 Eucuyo
123 OEA 11,123 historian 123 President's
Steven R. Seymour: Hockey 9,10,11,123
Class Cabinet 113 Senior Talent Night 12.
Clarence EJ Simmons: Basketball
Trevor Sink: Soccer 9,103 Track 103 Band
9,101 Baseball 93 Senior Talent Night 12.
James E. Slogar: Baseball 93 Survey 93 Ski
Club 10,113 Outdoor Club 103 Hockey 12.
John Smiciklas III: Band 9,1O,11.
Lisa Ann Smith: Softball 9g Office Aide 113
Track 121 OEA treasured 12.
Robert M. Smith: Football 93 Basketball 9.
Sheri Lynn Sobecki: Office Aide 11.
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10,11,12g Ski Club 9,111,115 Senior Talent
Noah T. Sperner: Soccer 9,103 Swim Lead-
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Jennifer R. Spinelli: Softball 103 Yearbook
113 PA announcer 123 Student Council 12g
Office Aide 12.
TimgStanton: Football 9.
Adam Stauffier: Student Council
9,10,11,12g member of year 9g vice-presi
dentffinance manager 11g president 12g
Yearbook 9,11,12g Survey 11,12g Academ-
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Society 11,123 Big Show 10,113 stage man-
ager 10,113 Senior Talent Night 9,10,11g
Peer Tutor 10,11.
Julie Kristine Strbank: AD Club 9,10,11,12g
Yearbook 9,10,11,12g Peer Tutor 114 Of-
,tice Aide 12g Class Cabinet 11,125 Eucuyo
110,111,123 art editor 11g editor-inschief 12g
National Honor Society 11,12g Swim Aide
Joel Stewart: Yearbook 11,12g Teacher
Aide 11, 12.
Tom Strah: Baseball 10,11.
Valerie Stupica: Tennis 9,10,11,12g captain
12g AFS 11,12
Amanda C., Sustersic: Varsity Choraie
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9,1Og Big Show 9,10,11,12g Senior Talent
Night 10,11,12g Class Cabinet 10.
Jeffery Swanson: Marching Band
9,10,11,12g squad leader 11g Senior Talent
John T. Swyt: Yearbook 10g Foreign Lan-
guage Club 10,11,12g treasurer 11g secre-
tary 12. 1
'Fascia Szalay: Cheerleader 10,11,12: cap-
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Dave Szpak: Ski Club 12.
Bill Tajgiszer: Tennis 9,10,11,12g co-captain
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Look Up To Cleveland was a new
program that was devised to devel-
op the student leaders of tomorrow
and to foster community involve-
ment in young adults. This year Eu-
clid High School's representative to
this selective program was Helen
Chen. Last year the representative
was Adam Stauffer.
In order to participate in this pro-
gram an extensive application had
to be filled out. The top forty appli-
cants from Cuyahoga county
schools were then chosen. The ap-
plicants then met with and learned
from prominent professionals from
the Cleveland area.
The goal of the program was to
complete a civic vision project for
the year 2000. The vision included
a system for community develop-
ment and was presented to the city
planners in May. After the program
was done, it really wasn't over since
the alumni are scheduled to meet
yearly to discuss the city's pro-
Last year was the first year for
this program and it seemed to be a
great success. It is hoped that the
continuation of the program will
promote the development of
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Sarah M Tobin Swlm Team 9 10 11 12
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Martin A Turek Marching Band
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Track 9 Ski Club 11 12
Kellie Ugrimc Swim Team 9 Softball 9 10
Volleyball 9 Hockey Aide 11 12
Todd Uhlir Football 9 10 11 Tennis
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Karen Marie Urbancic Spirit 9 Ski Club 10
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Student Council 9 10 11 12 Class Cablnet
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Joe Vehar Football 9 10 11 12 Track
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Michelle C Vencl Volleyball 910 11 12
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Patrick Vihtelic Audio Visual Club
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Patrick Walsh Football 9 10 11 12
Laura Walter Basketball 9 10 Softball
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Kathy Waltermire Student Council 11 12
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10,11,125 historian 125 Eucuyo 12.
Cathy A. Weakland: Teen Institute
9,10,11,125 state representative 105 Eucuyo
10,11,125 Peer Tutor 10,11,125 Yearbook
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11,125 Survey 125 Academic Challenge 12.
John Weakland: Teen Institute 10,11,125
Outdoor Club 9,105 Fall Play 9.
David Wheeler Ill: Football 9,10,115 Track
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Reggie White: Cross Country 11,125 Indoor
Track 10,11,125 Track 10,11,l2.
Carlena Williams: Cultural Committee
Troy Anthony Williams: Track 9,10,11,125
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Linda Woino: Volleyball 95 Softball
9,10,11,125 OOEA treasurer 11,12.
Lloyd A. Wollmershauser: Band 9,105 Wa-
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Bryan J. Wolowiecki: Band 9,10,11,125
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Chorale 11,125 Battle of the Bands
10,11,125 National Honor Society 11,125
Peer Tutor 1O,11,12.
Teresa Yuhas: Majorettes 9,10,11,12g cap-
Theresa M. Zagore: Track 95 Indoor Track
95 OOEA 11,125 president 12.
Jennifer Zigrnan: Cross Country 9,10,115 ln-
door Track 95 Track 95 Outdoor Club 9,I0.
Valerie A. Zupancic: Foreign Language Club
9,105 Eucuyo 95 Big Show 9,10,11,12:
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10,11,125 executive board 105 chairperson
115 vice-president 125 National Honor Soci'
ety 11,125 Varsity Chorale 125 Orchestra
9,105 Choral Masters 125 Peer Tutor 11.
Karen Zwart: Tennis 12.
Maren Luersen: Ski Club 12: Student Coun-
cil 125 AFS 125 exchange student 125 Survey
125 President's Club 125 Senior Talent Night
Not Pictured: Carl Adams, Carletta Adams,
Latrinia Alexander, Pamela Alexander, Kris-
ten Allen, Jason Angien, Karen Anglen, Wil-
liam Bealko, John Begovic, Steve Begovic,
Shelly Bey, Lakechea Bonner, Janet Bopp,
Christopher Bradley, Albert Brown Ill,
Charles Brown, Clyde Brown, Daniel Buk-
cvic, Linda Burich, Randolph Burlison, Carla
Cinkole, Paul Crowley, Glenn Davis, Antoin-
fiette Dean, Deanna De Baltzo, Tracy Dem-
bek, Dianna Dumendic, Denise Eichelberger,
Tawana Ellerb, Kimberly Epps, Frederick
Etheridge, Cathy Feiser, Andrew Felden,
Melissa Fields, Kimberly Ford, Demitrius
France, Joseph Gjerek, Shirley Glaser, Eric
Glick, Christopher Groves, Deborah Ham-
mond, Henry Harris, Rena Hess, Sonya
Hicks, Joseph Hiltner, Kerri Hocevar, Kevin
Hudson, Frank Jankowski Jr, Jeffrey John'
son, Vanniecia Jones, Mladen Junkovic,
Karen Zwart Bruno Juric Shawn Kline
Maren Lueersen Sakiko Anzai
Keith McClurkin, Dave Wood, Tracey
Vanah, Paul Karpinski, Jennifer Spinelli,
Kim Brown and Debby Virant enjoying
Wendy Kline Patricia Kobetitsch Mamiko
Kuranaka Lawrence Lee Lo Frencho Lett
Alana Lindic Keith Macklin Kenneth
Mance Toran Marshall Michael McCloskey
Shileshe McCoy Dawnelizabeth McEwen
Marta McEwen Paula McGraw Peter Mil-ru
lin Kenneth Moore Lawonna Moore Adria
Motiegunas Edward Murray Andrew Ne
meth Gregory Ogorek Travis OHannon
Petho Edward Petrich Gerald Petrowski
Therese Pevec Brian Plesko Charles Pret
chel Lisa Price Kevin Quinn Sean Quinn
Larry Raymond Jr Cassandra Richardson
Frank Richardson Debra Ritchie Reginold
Roach Todd Rode Charlie Roscoe Dina
Rostankowski Andrea Rotting Noel Santa
Malcolm Schneider Renee Schroyer Nat
alle Scipio Kelley Smith Michael Smith
Carol Stennls Carolyn Sullivan David
Shannon Straub studies light
while Rob Wood, Francine
Moore and Bernadette Knez
Szpak Pamela Taylor Michael Templeton
Christine Trebec Jeffrey Trobenter Ter-
rence Trocheck Gilberto Urena Phyllis
Venable Derek Walton Kenda Ward Rob-
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You are well established in the
school and you now know where
most of the classrooms are and how to
get to a bathroomlsl that is open without
having an accident. Juniors can look for-
ward to being a Senior the following year.
Many Juniors have jobs and, therefore,
have a source of income to use for many
of their needs. Juniors are people who
are in the process of becoming adults and
getting prepared for later life. Being a
Junior is a nice time of life.
Roz Blackmon will smile for any camera.
Lara Lomac says' "Look Julie Groves a camera
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La Mesa Bush
Willie Daniel Jr
Paul De Filippo
Danielle De Sico
Daniel Di Bartolomeo
Scott Di Franco
Mary Di Santis
William Edwards Jr
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Janet Sas and Karen Reed hanging
around after school.
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ere in the United States we all
know we have good 'ole Ronald
Reagan fighting for us. But what
about overseas in Russia? What's their
Mikhail Gorbachev, he's a new kind of
Soviet leader. He's relatively young and
open minded to new ways and ideas. He's
the first Soviet leader since Lenin to have
a university education. He likes the ideas
of restructuring, openness, and democra-
tization. By openness he means, more
freedom of the press, less cencorship,
and letting the Soviet people start to
learn about us just like we are learning
about them. However, Soviet democrati-
zation is completely different from our
Western ways. Even though, the Soviet
people are getting a small voice in thier
government. Are they really against us or
do they want to end the arms race as
much as we do?
Welre not sure what the answer to this
question is, but, there does seem to be
hope for a brighter future. Yes, there
have been talks and it does look like
we're all going to get rid of the medium
range nuclear missles. This would be a big
step in ending the arms race.
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his was a unique year for
the teachers contract nego-
tiations. Though traditional
in the sense that negotiations were
not settled until the last minute, this
was the first year in Euclid's history
that the teachers has missed any
An ETA tEuclid Teacher's Asso-
ciationl representative said teach-
ers' contracts are usually negotiat-
ed every two years. lt has become
tradition that these negotiotions are
settled early in the morning of the
opening day of school. Only once in
recent history were negotiations
settled during summer break.
Euclid teachers used to be one of
the highest paid in the state. Yet
after past negotiations the raises
have lost in relation to other school
districts. lt once was that Euclid
was the place to be. Now it was
becoming a place to be from. This
year the teachers decided that it
had gone far enough. They did not
want to strike but were concerned
about the erosion of the base pay in
relation to other districts and the
ability to attract top quality new
They negotiated until early
morning of the first day of school
until accord was finally reached on
issues such as base pay, defined
class size, payment for extra duty
assignments, and many other is-
sues. No strike actually occurred,
yet because of the problem created
by the late negotiations there was
confusion as to whether the teach-
ers should report or not. Because
of that, school was postponed until
the next day. This only amounted
to the loss of fifteen minutes of
class for most sutdents. Compared
to some other school districts which
were on strike for much longer pe-
riods of time Euclid came out well
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uclid High School, just like any
other heavily populated high
school, is highly prone to vandal-
ism and theft. Due to this rising problem,
the Euclid Administration seems to have
found a very effective way to discourage
would-be thieves. They have invested in a
large amount of a heavy duty lock that is
much more difficult to open than the tra-
ditional, good 'ole Master locks.
This advanced combination lock fea-
tures a special "dead-bolt" device and a
thicker structure. This dead bolt device
consists of a special pin which holds the
shackle in place, making entry much
more difficult. Yes, for a mere six dollars,
you could purchase this lock which is
practically impossible to open even if you
do know the combination.
A complicated series of twists and
turns to about five differant numbers is
the way you open this lock. When you
first buy your dead-bolt lock, however,
don't make the mistake of asking the
whole school to first open it for you. This
is a good way to have your combination
spread through the school. Then, your
dead-bolt device will be as effective as a
paperclip on your locker.
This new lock should be very helpful in
protecting our home away from home,
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hy was the St. Joes game can-
celled? That's a question we'd
all like an answer to.
The Joe's game was always a good
game no matter who won or lost. lt was a
time to show who you supported more,
Euclid or the forever rival St. Joseph.
The feelings were mixed, some people
just hated Joes and then there were those
who would show up at Euclid in Joe's
The reason the games were postponed
was because there were too many fights
after the game. No one ever knows who
starts them but people were always get-
Well here's something to look forward
to. The games will be back and maybe
then there will be less animosity between
the schools so that the only battling going
on will be on the field.
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Miss. BambIc's first period English. Row l:Julie Plesec, Chris Cecelic, Shelly Ledwell, Michelle
Springer, Laurie Evansrow 2:Cindy Stih, April Tanner, Bridget Brandes, Suzi Brkic, Ed Nehrig. row
3:Damon Cherne, Vidal S Curry, Jack Richards, Liz Mazzei, Michael Carney. row 4: Russell Minter, Tony
Shaw, Charlie Cool, Dan Lo, Derrick McGhee
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Mr. Jablonski's first period English. Row l:Angela Jones,
Christina Wright, Sherry Nemerovsky, Chris Zagore. Row
2:Kim Lovejoy, Mary Stimburys, Ken Kilgore, Brian Proctor
Mr. Jablonski.Row 3: Bill Goodwin, Maxwell James, Erwin
Shotwell, Don Podmore, April Lang.Row 4:Terrence Moultry,
Rashon Wilson, Ron Slusarski, Dan DeFilippo, Harold An-
Ben Leasure and Tricia Mondok show off their acid washed
reshmen are very concerned about
how they look. Most freshmen
woke up in the morning and had to
make the decision about what to wear to
school. There was no easy answer to that
problem, but many freshmen wound up
with their own correct answers. One an-
swer for the girls was to wear denim mini
skirts with any kind of top. Another one
was to wear leggings with an oversized
top. One more was to roll up the bottom
of their pants. Guys had different styles
of haircuts which were either spiked,
shaved on the sides or their hair dyed.
Both guys and girls wore acid-washed
jeans that came in blue, black, green, pur-
ple, or yellow. Girls wore their hair up in
either a bow, scrunchee, or a banana clip.
lt was also "cool" to wear sweatshirts
Every freshmen had their own style.
The freshmen of E.H.S. wore what they
wanted whether "in" or "out",
'Nick Selvaggio reacts to the word
Mrs. Tkac's first period English. Row lzlrene Ludvik, Charity Jones, India Ford, Mrs. Tkac. Row
2:Donna Leonardi, Jozelia Grace, Claudia Williams, Shanti Rogers, Row 3:Brian Stillings, Shawn Clark,
Mike Frankos, Bernie Hohs, Nick Journey. Row 4:Paulnetta Wilcox, Matt Barley, Rick Flaisman, David
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Mr. JabIonski's second period English. Row
1:Meghan Taylor, Sharon Barret, Jennifer Krasnik,
Christine Miranda, Katie Juhl, Windi Dojdak, Mr. Jab-
lonski.Row 2 :Patti Lux, Meredith Fitzgerald, Kami
Caric, Carol Morgan-Brown, Paula Dobransky.Row
3:Michelle Pocaro, Sandy Cvitkovic, Cyndi Focareto,
Phaedra Moore, Sheri Gezann, Kim Taylor, Carla Ma-
tiaska.Row 4:Jason Socha, Tom Raguz, Marc Fifolt,
Philip Walczak, James Zahlar, Chris Spada.
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Mrs. Niebes' second period English. Row l:Christine Cotter, Jessica Kovac, Tina Kline, Keith
Touschner, Dave JohnsonRow 2:Marijo Dujmovic, Lameer Kidd, Jason Weybrecht, Dave Lauver, Danny
Dubecky, Brian JacksonRow 3:Brandi Anewich, Michelle Secic, Jenny Dreis, Andy Logar, Michael O'Neill,
Allen Radolovicllow 4:Terry Cobb, Bruce Torzewski, Jeff Dolsen, Maureen Hannan, Mark Naha, Michael
Pasquale, La Tesha Smith.
Mrs. Ramlow's second period English. Row 1:Richard Franklin, Christine Polito, Rashonda Cum-
mings, Lanay White, Victoria BorosRow 2:Mark Macleod, Paul Young, John Corfias, William Solnosky,
Sue Mclntosh Row 3:Roderick Smith, Charlotte Neal, Rashaun Washington, Debbie Zana, Michelle
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are the only choices you have,
there will be no eating, talking,
moving, or breathing! ls that clear? "
Yes, you guessed it, it is the voice of
the god, ruler, dictator and monitor of
your study hall. Thanks to Mr. Perez,
study halls became pits of terror and op-
pression. God forbid, the students have
fun! fWhat is "fun" by the way'?l
This year there was also another
change in study halls. Seinors and juniors,
who traditionaly had study halls in the
cafeteria were moved to the E-room, and
sophmores and freshmen took over the
cafeteria. Most seniors didn't like the
idea, but unrest turned to calm when pop
and juice machines were put in the E-
room for them. Other studints preferred
going to the library.
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Mr. York's D.H. class Front Row: Monique Lane, Bob Peralta, Theresa
Michael, Natasha Hewlett, Angela Dixon, Lisa Grayer, Patrice Bolden. Back
Row:Ken Burnette, Dwayne Baker, Duane Dillard, Rachal Hambrick, Michelle
Norton, Wendy Hula.Not Pictured:Ed Kovaclc, Julie Vlach.
Freshmen at lunch. Frosh, Frosh everywhere.
Some freshmen enjoying themselves at the bonfire.
Mrs. Lomac's third period English. Row 1: Brian Sterrick, Patty Baker, Lisa
Hawk, Yvonne West. Row 2: Kathy Spiegel, Crystal Young, Kim Peters. Row
3:Frany Taylor, Amamda Martin, Terri Rocco, Annette Massey. Row 4:Ethel
lsheim, Tony Merritt, Scott Myers, Lorri Spooner.
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Mrs. Nelbes' third period English. Row l:George Demico, Tracy Capuozzo,
Melissa Krohn, Lisa Riedel, Chris Bailey. Row 2: Heidi Peterson, Jeanne DuVall,
Kenney Gilbert Row 3: Vicki Fumich, Melissa Gammon, Jeanette Miller, Christine
Von Sick, Catinna Brewington.Row 4:Mickey Randolph, Kevin Candow, Rozi
A Valentic, Tamurra Kemp, Charlie Yurcich. Row 5:Joe Sage, Rob Hornyak,
Darryl East, Jonathan Goler, Dave Granchi.
n May '87 the student dress code
outlawed shorts that did not "ap-
proach the knee". Most students,
however, chose to ignore this uninforcea-
ble and unjust law. Some referred to it as
"civil disobediance". The administrators,
on the other hand, responded by sending
the rule breakers home, but after a while
this became a problem because too many
students were wearing shorts and no one
seemed to be able to explain what "ap-
proach the knee" meant. Consequently,
the school allowed us to wear shorts until
the end of the year. Over the summer
Mr.McGuinness, the school system's dis-
cipline committee, and the Student Coun-
cil met and finally agreed that students
are allowed to wear shorts, culottes, and
jams during warm weather, as long as
they were not Udisruptive to the educa-
tional process or inappropriate for a
school setting". So, the administrators
and the students rejoiced, and as one
junior put it "We have overcome and
retained our right to free dress".
Miss Carmody's third period English. Row 1:
Gerald Boiner, Tamiko Carter, Adrienne Troha,
Jennifer Beck, Wanda Borgione, Tina Hutchinson,
Steve Kish. Row 2: Carlos Winston, Keith Clark,
Katie Nesbett, Matt Bitker, Chris Shenk, Robert
Schauer, Neil Albert, Walter Hinton. Row 3: Rob-
ert Taylor, Jason Webb, Mike Hromyko.Back:
Dusty Griffiths, John Breeden.
Mr. Petrovic's fourth period English. Row 1:
Montgomery, Kerri Alesnik, Marci Schuster. Row 2:
Freshmen in the fireplace
Mrs. Russo's fourth period English. Row 1:
Holly Pirsig, Janice Kozlowski, Colleen Gallagher,
Doreen Beining, Angela Novak, Hope Schmidt, Jen-
nifer Patterson, Xiaolei Huang. Row 2: Donna
Hoag, Andrea Colavecchio, June U, Anthony Car-
migiano, Keith Olszens, Kevin O'Neill. Row 3: Bry-
an Vehovec, Adrienne Ciuprinskas, Corky Lee, Ter-
ry Lesko, Brian Guilfoyle, Chris Petranek, Larry
Marold, Mitch Berzin, Ken Walter.
Rita Rembert, Wally Kuhen, Craig Hoover, Matt
Mr. Petrovic, Larry Kennedy, Tina Groves, Linda
Marett, Fatu Obedakah. Row 3: Kari Spicer, Jocelyn Boros, Tim Wood, Michael Fricke, David Sheck.
Fir. Jablonskl's fifth period Engllsh. Row 1: Joel Kernc, Matt Murphy, Mr.
lablonski, Becky Roeder, Robert Hill Row 2: Chris Brickman, Rebecca Molaka-
tis, Carrie Hatcher, Stacey Apanaites Row 3: Heather Kristoff, Lee Bock, Eric
Dsborne, Kelly Daugherty Row 4: John Stois, Chris Fakult, Kevin Kozlowski,
Students await anxiously to get home on a Friday
Varsity Chorale warming up before a football game
Mrs. Lomac's flfth period English. Row 1: Mrs. Lomac, Kevin Felden, Doug
Uchbar, Chris Griffin, Marla Cook Row 2: Ed Boyle, Jim Farrar, Marc Hamm,
John Hess, Leonard Craig Row 3: Chris Muccino, Tammy Sanders, Chris Coo-
per, Richard Eads Row 4: Greg Gerland, Dan Hill, Ron Barrett, Dennis Gargiulo,
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Miss Amato's sixth period English. Row 1: Bryan Duke, Lorenzo Norris,
Matt McPeek, Lynnette McDaniel, Kelly Gambatese Row 2: Jeff Simenc, Denise
Johnson, Rosalind Bowie, Chris Ciulla, Chera Kuklica, Shawn Orazen, Jason
Carroll Row 3: Matt Payne, Denise Denovich, Matt Garbincus, Allen Dujmovic,
Brian Miller, Janet Hula
Mr. Petrovlc's sixth period English. Row 1: Monica Williams, Jodi
Culliton, Robert Staples, Kawanna Jones, Shawn Orr.Row 2: Marcus Dew-
berry, Shun Gilham, Patti Tinker, Pat Carey, Mike Kmetz.Row 3:Jeff Kropf,
Gary LaTour, Gerald Quinn, Walter Johnson-Bey, Robert Norton, Ronald
Thigpen, Donnie Thompson.
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Above: Ms.Amato's seventh period English. Row 1: John Madden, Michelle
Donovan, Kelli Newman, Fred Vocaturo, Chris Galaidakow 2: .Tawanna Cloyd,
Loretta Zalar, Sue Chun, Becky Weaver, Ken Wolenski, Patti Burke.Row 3: Mario
Gaspersic, Robert Sugar, John Riek.Row4: Jamie Roach, Bernie Journey, Brad
Lunder, Carol Zahursky. Below: Mr.Jablonskl's seventh period English. Row
l:Valencia Woods, Carla Bartlett, Michael Jacobs, Steve Behun Row 2:Rico Jenkins,
Ken Sheets, Matt Kollar, Jeff Evilsizer Row 3:Mark Ciarlillo, Cindy Orlic, Angela
Rivers Row 4:Justin Scott, Tom Shannon, Ja Neisha Jones, Brian Hancock
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Security here at Euclid High is a major concern for our administra-
tion. The school, being as large as it is, is hard to patrol for just one
person. A fight or an emergency can come up at any time, and one
person is going to have a rough time handling the situation solo.
For years now, our school has tried and tried to solve this problem
by getting walkie talkies for each person who patrols the hallways.
This year, the administration's wish came true. Each unit principal
and security man received a walkie talkie to communicate with each
other in case of a problem. Help is just a button push away should
trouble arise during lunch or in the hallways.
So should you see Mr.Perez or Mr.McGuinness using a walkie
talkie during a pep rally or in the cafeteria, you now know they are
doing more than just playing G.l. Joe. They are making Euclid a
safer high school to be in.
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Mrs. Ramlow's seventh period English. Row 1: Mrs. Ramlow, Ross Amata,
Antoine Segines, Rob Voigt, Scott Humphries. Row 2:Frank Alphonso, Bridggett
Bradley, Heidi Kline, Michelle Kitis, Valerie McCarthy.Row 3:Ronald McCoy,
Jermaine Doss, John Herbit, Brandon Cheraso, Jarmine Moore.
Miss Bambic's seventh period English. Row 1:Alaster Winston, Tom Whe-
lan, Kelly Duffy, Maria Marcelli, James Foreman. Row 2: Colleen McCartney,
Jonathan Gornik, Steve Burke, Shawn Lomax, Tim Hoffman. Row 3: Kennard
Johnson-Bey, Jim Kosmerl, Frank Mansi, Shonda Woods, Megan Straub. Row 4:
Kim Miller, Christine Chiancone, Kevin Gembarski, Ed Zivnoska, John Noble.
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Mr. Jablonskfs elghth period English. Row 1:
Steve Meyers, Dianne Baird, Brandy Nickell Row
2: Becky Hopkins, Debbie lsgro, Betsy Cayne, Ann
Kelly, Terri Blasius, Brian Sargent, Chris Muzinic,
Kelly Carney Row 3: Chris Schaefer, Stephanie
Slogar, Kevin Vance, Erin Fox, Kim Mikich, Jenni-
fer Sankey, Jayne Vurusuc, Shelley Tobias Row 4:
La Trese Higgins, Leslie Cercek, Coleen Bradach,
Janene Zakrajsek, Becky Karnak, Tom Luzny
Mrs. Russo's eighth period English. Row 1:
Dave Kramer, Cathy Kubinski, Susie Hamilton, Ter-
ra Proctor, Joe Cesa, Sheree Starr Row 2: Roger
Kunes, Stacie Yuhas, Robin Hunt, Angela Roethel,
Kelly Hite, Maureen De Jonge, Danielle Hocevar,
Michelle Wagner Row 3: Heath Clemence, Rich
Orsulic, Jody Trocheck, Mike Cvelbar, Justin
Daugherty, Mike Sheridan, Aaron Haselbusch
Mr. Jablonski and Laurie Bock show their true
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Hrs. Tkac's eighth period English. Right to
left. Row l: Kim'Wright, John Burich, Shannon
Smith, Darnell Scott, Bryan Sanders, Rick Weber,
Patty Mikulec Row 2: Rashawn Masten, Charles
Nichols, Tammie Thorton, Molly Miller, Ken Rohrer
Row 3: Robin Canter, Mary Dengel, Donna Penny,
Tina Armold, Stacy Wallette, Laura Taylor, Dave
Miss Carroll's fourth period English. Jackque
Keller, Anita Bolden, Wendi Graus, Tracy Polson,
Tameka Woodard, Michael Holly
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Antonia M. Araca
Ronald A. Backos
Mrs. C. Bensusan
G. F. Brearton
Judith L. Carmody
Julie and Bill Brokaw
Terry and Karen Clark
Bob and Nancy Cook
Mary C. Fitzpatrick 81 Family
Mr. and Mrs. John Groves
Daniel and Marsha Hopkins
Mrs. Lillian Centa
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gubitosi
Patricia A. Habat
The Robert Heramb Family
Harry E. King
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lomac
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic
PAPEN T PA TPONS
Stanley and Ludmilla Krulc
Brenda and Phillip A. Matish
Mr. and Mrs. David Mehls
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Oboczky
James M. Olenik
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Orndoff Sr.
Sally J. Pla
Barbara and Robert Ramlow
Bette J, Schmeling
Mr. Ron Seymour
Mrs. Bonnie Smith
Bill and Barb Springer
Bill Von Benken
Bob and Carolyn Wandersleben
Charlotte and Rudy Perdan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rinaldi
Rick and Solange Swanson
Nick and Dorothy Wolowiecki
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Berke
Patrick and Janet Clinton
Sood luck to all the graduates of 1988. Welcome to
your first year of high school, Jennifer. Love Mom
Mrs. Radaker and Mrs. Springer
Dear Shelly Beyg You are a great help to us in the
office and you are a wonderful worker. We wish you
every success in whatever you do. We will miss you.
Love Mrs. Radaker and Mrs. Springer.
Al and Roha Bielskis
We love you and wish you lots of luck in life. Mom
and Dad and Regina.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Blierer, Jr.
Happy memories of EHS days and Best Wishes for
Shirley M. Mooney
Dear Rodrigo, we have many fond memories of
your stay with us and hope you do too. Good Luck
:o the GREATEST! Good morning, Shirley and the
Vlary and John Brentar
Love and Pride.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Brizes
Congratulations and Best Wishes Matt. Love Mom
Robert and Joyce Buehner
We're proud of you, keep up the good work. We
ove you, Mom and Dad.
Steve and Rita Burke
Good Luck to the class of '88 - "The Burkes"
Mary J. Burrows
Remember the carefree "Happy Days". Good
Luck, Class of '88.
Anthony J. and Donna J. Calabrese
Hurry up and get a job!
Wm. and Jo-Elaine Castrovinci
Good Luck to you Anthony. May all your dreams
:ome true. Love Mom and Dad.
Judy and Joe Cechura
Congratulations and Good Luck to the Class of
PARENT PA WON!
Sherry Glick and Jay Glick
Andrea, High school will be the best years of your
life. Enjoy them! Always remember life is like a
puzzle and each piece must fit in its place at the
proper time and place. So please stop and think
before you act. We love you and no matter what
may happen, always will. Remember most impor-
tant of all "Learning to love yourself is the greatest
love of all." Mom and Dad.
Mrs. Patricia Dakdouk
Dear Julie Anne, Congratulations! You have accom-
plished many good things and I am very proud of
you. You will succeed in college and life because
you have faith and determination. l love you, Mom.
Jane and Bill Dehner
Good Luck to Amy Dehnerg Love Mom and Dad.
Dear Richard, l am very proud of your accomplish-
ments! l will always stand behind you no matter
what direction "life's road" takes you. Our friend-
ship is very special to me. Love Mom.
Nick and Charlotte DiBartolomeo
Congratulations Nick DiBartolomeo.
Steve and Cathy Enneper
Jodi, Good Luck in college. We will miss you. Study
hard. Love you Mom and Dad, Jill and Jean.
Mr. and Mrs. Culver F. Eyman
May your graduation be the beginning of a great and
Mr. and Mrs. P. Gagliardi
Missy, we love you Mom and Pops.
Nancy and Bill Foreman
Dear James, We love you and are proud to be your
parents. Best wishes for much happiness during
your high school years. Love Mom and Dad.
The Rev. and Mrs. Richard D. Weller
Always remember the joy of learning.
So very proud Jeffrey James, the best is yet to
come! Love, Mom.
Wayne and Bonnie Gould
Compliments of Wayne and Bonnie Gould.
Mary Ann Guip
The Guip Family
James and Antoinette Haffey
Gesse, One to go! Hang in there.
Judy and Dave Hammer
Dear Beth, May all your dreams come true. Love
Dad and Mom.
Roy A. Heimsoth
Keep up the good work! We're proud of you. Mom
High School is a stepping stone in your future.
Great things lie ahead for you. It's your choice. May
God be with you. Love Mom.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hornyak
Go for it Rick. We love you. Mom, Dad, Rob, and
Spencer and Bobbie Jaffe
Lots of memories made, Lots of memories to make.
Rich and Mariann Kernc
Gregg We are so very proud of you, and the person
you've become. Remember we love you very much,
believe in all you do, and we'll always be here for
you. May God bless you and walk alongside you
today and always. Love Mom and Dad.
Jim and Eve Kellerman
Dear Shawn. Congratulations! You've completed
one journey of your life and we are so proud of you.
We pray that the Lord will continue to guide your
footsteps as you travel on through college and life.
Good Luck! We love you! Mom and Dad.
Edward J. Kobus
Wishing you continued success in the future!
Rick and Sandi Burrows
Kelli, Graduation is the first step towards success.
We, know that if you set one goal at a time you will
continue to be successful. Love Mom and Dad.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kovacic
Good Luck to Ted and the Class of '91.
Dale R. and Bernadette R. Kribbs
We are very proud of you. We wish you the Best of
Luck. Go get 'eml Love Dad and Mom.
PAREN 7' PA TRON!
Rich and Jan Kubinski POSSibi9.
The best is yet to come! Good Luck to all our
seniors. Especially the Roosevelt bunch, Bill and Sharon Phillips
Rich, Jan and Cathy Kubinski Poo Bear-We knew you could do it!
Raymond and Clair'Marie Kudlak Vincent Riha Sr.
Paul Allan, May you build a ladder to the stars and Believe in yourself. We do!
climb on every rung. May you stay forever young-
...Bob Dylan. Carl and Bethe Rizzo
Love Mom, Dad, Joelle Dear Rick, l'm proud to be your father.
Good Luck to the class of '88
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Marrott
Rob, Enjoy your memories.
Vern and Clara Martin
Love you Heidi, Class of '89
Jim and Kathy Masterson
Kim, We are very proud to be
Love, Mom and Dad
Al and Tina Winton
We love you Dan, Al and Mom
Luis and Jean Nieves
Congratulations and best of luck to our son, Len,
and to all of his friends and classmates of '88,
Myra Perryman and Herbert Howell
Congratulaltions Eric, Excellence is knowing that
the unattainable is attainable and the impossible is
Jim and Eve Roberts
Mark, Congratulations! May you take the road less
traveled by. Good Luck!
Love Mom and Dad
Congratulations! You made it.
Gary and JoAnn Sandy
Good Luck Kelly, We love you!
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sarpolis
Debbie, Always strive to be the very best that you
can be in all that you do and say.
Love Mom and Dad
William and Karen Schaefer
Christine Schaefer-For what you are and what you
do-We are so proud.
Love Mom and Dad
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy and Vanessa Secic
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the class of 4
Michelle and Sandy Secic
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Sterbank
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Seth T. and Diana J. Stewart
Best Wishes always.
Leo and Kathleen Carabotta
Best Wishes to the class of '91.
Douglas, Leann and Christina
Z. Joseph and Nancy Valencic
Congratulations! We love you.
Mom and Dad.
Richard and Connie Warman
to the class of
Suzanne, we are so very proud of you! Lots of love,
Mom and Dad.
Mr. and Mrs. Weakland
Good Luck John and Katie, May you always be
"Strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, and not to
Karen and Roy West
Keep up the good work. ,
Acacia Realty 139
Accettola, Sandra 111
AD Club 47
Ad, Student Council 122
Adams, Steven 157
Adams, Thomas 78, 157
Adams, Vernard 32, 102
Addis, Jane 64
Addis, Robert 53, 63
Aides, Media 46
Airhart, Matthew 70, 78,
Aitken, La Tonya 111
Akhir, Tawfig 102, 157
Albert, Neil 188
Alesnik, Kerri 35, 188
Alexander, Latrina M 56
Allen, Sean 12, 53, 157
Alphonso, Frank 191
Amata, Ross 191
Amato, Daniel 80, 170
Amato, Sue 55, 64, 189,
Amato, Suzanne 17, 35, 157
Ames, Matthew 170
Anderson, Bob 20
Anderson, Edna 64
Anderson, Felicia 32, 170
Anderson, Lisa 38, 105, 157
Andrews, Harold 184
Androgna, Angela 56
Anewich, Brandi M 186
Antonini, Justin 53, 62, 190
Anzai, Sakiko 153
Apanaites, Marlene 157
Apanaites, Stacey 189
Aquila, Laura 157
Aquila, Renee 170
Araca, Anna 51, 64
Archibald, Earl 64
Argenti, Angelo 111
Arlesic, Paul 170
Armold, Dawn 17
Armold, Tina 193
Arnold, Philip 32, 157
Arrington, Angela 56, 61, 111
Arter, Karma 111
Arthur, Cheryl 64, 160
Asbury, Frank 157
Asbury, Nicole 170
Ashley, Brian 121, 170
Ashman, Brian 44, 170
Asseff, Denise 170
Asseff, Laura 32, 39, 111, 205
Attamante, Bill 64
Attwood, Kristin 38, 157
2, 170, 204
Austin, Thomas 157
Avcin, Joseph 170
Baber, Lisa 24, 29, 38,
Bachelor, Gregory 94, 95, 170
Backos, Ron 60, 64
Baer, Jennifer 157
Baglione, Michael 170
Bailey, Angela 56, 157
Bailey, Christopher 187
Baird, Denise 24, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 111,
Baird, Dianne 192
Baker, Dwayne 187
Baker, Joe 157
Baker, Patti 187
Bakich, Milio 157
Ball, Melissa 14, 16, 78, 109, 111, 170, 177
Ball, Michael 20, 21
Ballish, Matthew 52, 111, 130, 134, 141, 218
Bambic, Sandi 20, 36, 55, 64, 137, 184, 191
Banach, Barbara 157
Banc, Tom 64, 78
Baraniuk, Vera 63, 142
Baranowski, Christopher 46, 102, 170
Baranowski, Tracey 23, 24,28 37 111 113
Barber, Kenneth 54, 111, 129
Barbish, Ethyl 64
Barcza, Jennifer 42, 170
Barcza, John 64
Barcza, Julie 39, 42, 43, 45 53 58 111
118, 126, 129, 130, 141, 149 218
Barker, Brenda 63
Barkly, Vera 13
Barley, Matthew 185
Barnes, Michael 73, 76, 77, 78 93 107 157
Barrett, Ronald 189
Barrett, Sharon 185
Barrett, Tracy 32, 171
Barstow, Christopher 82, 157
Barth, Carolyn 17, 157
Bartlett, Carla 190
Bartulovic, Lucille 171
Bartulovic, Marko 82, 83, 157
Barwidi, Ronald 157
Basketball Cheerleaders 35
Batteiger, James 80, 171
Bauer, David 29, 30, 31, 171
Beck, Jennifer 24, 26, 188
Beder, Judita 42, 58, 171, 177
Beemiller, Christopher 111
Behun, Stephen 190
Beining, Doreen 188
Dan Geddes saying "Mrs, McLaughlin, this ones for you.
Belavic, Sandra 53, 111
Belavich, Timothy 39, 103, 111
Bell, Frank Robert 103, 171, 204
Bell, James 157
Bell, Wali 102, 157
Belle, Steven 111
Bencivenni, Richard 111
Bender, Monica 12
Bender, Stan 64, 137
Bensusan, Charlotte 56, 64
Berardinelli, Brent 28
Berganza, Gorge 104
Berger, Troy 32, 33, 46, 145, 157
Berke, David 111
Bernstein, Jason 157
Berry, Eric 44, 53, 102, 111, 121, 157
Berzin, Michelle 171
Berzin, Mitchell 188
Berzinskas, Michelle 186
Besselman, Kurt 157
Besselman, William 157
Betts, Michael 32, 33, 157, 163
Beuck, Alice 111
Beuck, Cynthia 121, 157
Beutler, Sharon 171
Bey, Shelly 53, 58
Bielskis, Alfred 112
Bierer, Sarah 16, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31
105, 157, 218
Bilak, Cheryl 171
Billi, Sharon 36, 44, 45, 47, 171
Billingsley, Vichelle 157
Billups, Chandra 157
Bitker, Matthew 188
Bitker, Tina 112
Bitner, Christopher 171
Black, Allen 46, 64
Black, Doloros 64
Black, Katie 64, 218
Blackmon, Roslind 32, 33,
Blair, Simone 56, 93, 112
Blair, Sonya 56, 112
Blanc, Mark 103, 157
Blasius, S Michael 24, 29, 30, 78, 157
Blasius, Theresa 98, 192
Bleich, Al 64
Blumenstein, Jeremy 171
Bobosik, Crystal 112
Bock, Laurie 24, 27, 168, 171, 192, 218
Bock, Lee 189
Boiner, Gerald 188
Bolden, Anita 53, 187, 193
Boncela, Kenyon 78, 157
Bonnay, Mark 112
Bonnay, Michelle 58
Borgione, Wanda 188
Boros, Jocelyn 188
Boros, Joseph 171
Boros, Victoria 186
Botero, Rodrigo 157
Bothwell, Aerica 32, 171
Bouffard, Matthew 171
Bowie, Rosalind R 189
Bowman, Denise 112
Boy's Basketball 92
Boy's Swimming 104
Boyce, Thomas 157
Boyd, Regina 157
Boyle, Edward 189
Bracken, Chad 171
Bradach, Coleen 24, 26, 98, 192
Bradley, Bridggett 191
Jodi Enneper, Dana Scott, Mia Parise and Amanda Sustersic in the skit 'Look at Me, l'm Frank Perez.
Braidic, James 157
Brandes, Bridget 184
Brandich, Carolyn 38, 157
Brearton, Gene 64
Breeden, John 188
Brennan, Shannon 112
Brentar, Richard 24, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 112
118, 125, 129, 130, 134, 141, 142
Brewington, Catinna 24, 28, 99, 187
Brickman, Beth 36, 49, 171
Brickman, Christopher 101, 189
Brickman, Craig 101, 171
Brickman, David 82, 83, 112
Brickman, Stacie 112
Briganti Photography 138
Brihan, Daniel 171
Matthew 23, 93, 112
Brkic, Suzi 184
Brokaw, Gregg 80, 103, 171
Jr., Johnnie 157
Jeffrey 103, 171, 182
,Kimberly 32, 34, 112, 114, 134, 141
Robert 90, 93, 112, 137, 202, 207
Browne, John 171
Brozovich, George 112, 157
Bruketa, Loraine 171
Bruno, Tracy 171
Bryant, Christian 24, 29, 30, 31, 171
Buck, Pat 64, 86
Buehner, Pamela 36, 171
Bunn, Richard 82, 171
Burdock, Kelly 56, 157
Burge, Maya 171
Burich, John 104, 193
Burke, John 112
Burke, Patricia 35, 190
Burke, Stephen 24, 28, 82, 101, 191
Burlison, Jennifer 171
Burnette, Ken 187
Michael 64, 137
Burrington, Steve 171
Burrows, Robert 112, 157
Burtyk, Charles 24, 28, 112
Bush, Craig 157
Bush, La Mesa 157
Bush, Terence 80, 81, 94, 95
Butauski, Michelle 112
Butkus, Audra 98, 171, 177
Cahoon, Constance 115
Cain, Kathy 6
Caine, Rachel 171
Calabrese, Eric 115
Campbell, Daniel 104, 115
Candow, Kevin 187
Canter, John 70
Canter, Robin 193
Cirino, Michael 171
Ciulla, Christopher 95, 189
Ciuprinskas, Adrienne 188
Clark Cheryl 115
Clark Christine 171
Clark David 101, 158
Clark Deidre 24, 27, 171
Clark Gina 158
Clark, Keith 188
Clark, Kimberly 172
Clark, Shawn 185
Clark Terence 158
Paul Kudlak and Tom Holland watching Miss. Harris and Mr. Perez explain something.
Cantini, Bob 99
Cantini, Cindy 157
Centa, Lillian 64
Cercek, Leslie 192
Capuozzo, Anthony 104, 106, 115 Cercek, Lynn 115
Capuozzo, Todd 121, 157
Capuozzo, Tracy 187
Caputo, Peter 157
Carey, Patrick 190
Caric, Kami 57, 185
Caric, Kathleen 57, 157
Carlson, Jan 64
Carlton, Larvett 157
Carmigiano, Anthony 188
Carmody, Judith 51, 58, 64,
Carney, Kelly 4, 181, 192
Carney, Michael 32, 184
Carpenter, Edward 62
Carpenter, Matthew 70, 171
Carr, Lisa 15, 157
Carroll, Jason 189 ,
Carroll, Wilma 64, 121, 193
Cesa, Joseph 30, 101, 192
Cesar, Stephen 157
Cesna, David 171
Chambers, Ron 64
Champa, Theresa 157
Chandler, Tamara 171
Chapel Machine and Tool, Inc. 182
Cheatham, Larry 115
Cheerleaders, Basketball 35
188 Cheerleaders, Football 34
Chen, Helen 30, 33, 52, 149, 157, 218
Cheraso, Brandon 191
Cherne, Damon 103, 184
Chiancone, Christine 191
Chinchar, Marlene 157, 203
Chinchar, Matthew 70, 78, 80, 81, 171
Chinni, Christine 32, 38, 39, 44, 51, 57, 115,
Carsey, Robert 8 129, 139, 213
Carter, Charlene 47, 53, 157 Chinni, Jason 171
Carter, Tamika 188 Chiudioni, Antoinette 86, 98, 171
Casirovirice, William 9, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, Christen, Steven 24, 29, 31, 108, 115, 137,
51, 52, 53, 63, 146, 167, 171, 190, 218 207
Castrovinci, Jeanine 171, 184, 218 U Christopher, ,jennifer 115
Castrovinci, W. Anthony 37, 46, 115 Chun, S00 190
Cater, Patrick 32, 157
Cayne, Betsy 192
Cayne, John 93
Chun, Won-Ki 171, 181
Ciarlillo, John 157
Ciarlillo, Mark 190
Cecelia, Christina 184 Cieiievege, Diane 47, 86, 93, 158
Cecelia, Patricia 53, 115 Cindrie, Invicta 80, 171, 218
Cechura, Jeffrey 115
Cencic, Sonia 47, 57
Cirino, Anna 38, 158
Cirino, Anthony 171, 178
Clarke, Christopher 172
Class Cabinets 38
Clay, Robin 172
Cleary, Michael 115
Clemence, Elise 44, 172
Clemence, Heath 90, 101, 102, 192
Cloyd, Tawanna 190
Cobb, Terry 186
Colaianni, Carmen 64
Colantonio, Debra 115
Colantonio, Dominic 172
Colavecchio, Andrea 99, 188
Colbert, John 82, 158, 218
Coleman, Bridgette 53
Coleman, James 158
Coleman, Jesse 32, 172
Colemon, Bridgette 158
Collins, Kevin 158
Collins, Leo 60, 64
Colo, Justina 115
Colquitt, Kim 32, 53, 158
Comenschek, Robert 158
Concert Band 28
Conklin, Adriane 10, 11, 56, 115
Connerton, John 158
Conroy, Angela 115
Convenient Food 185
Cook, Anthony 115
Cook, Marla 189
Cook, Nancy 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31, 38, 40
41, 45, 47, 115, 163, 193, 218
Cool, Charles 184
Cool, Shannon 119
Coolick, Kathleen 60, 64
Cooper, Christine 189
Cooperative Office Education 53
Copeland, Tiwanna 53, 172
Copp, Holly 64
Corbett, Gary 119
Corbett, Kevin 172
Corbin, Kimberly 172
Corfias, John 186
Cornelius, Carmella 158
Corrigan, Kathleen 32, 33, 50, 158, 159
Costantino, Kevin 172
Cotter, Christine 186
Couhig, Tom 63
Coulter, Christine 32, 172
Counselors, Guidance 63
Cox, Jamie 172, 177
Coy, Dennis 24, 28, 30, 31, 37, 90, 91, 119,
130, 134, 141
Coyne, John 77, 78, 102, 108, 119, 126, 159
Craftline Upholstery 185
Craig, Donald 102, 119
Craig, Leonard 189
Cramer, Cynthia 86, 172
Creach, Marc 172
Crews, Daniel 158
Crombie, Nicole 36, 45, 119
Crombie, Roger 82, 172
Cross Country 90
Cudo, James 38, 158
Cudo, Jeffrey 172
Culliton, Jodie 190
Cummings, Charles 24, 28, 42, 119
Cummings, Christopher 80, 158
Cummings, Delmond 78, 79, 119
Cummings, Rashonda 186
Curry, Vidal 184
Curtis, Carla 158
Curtis, Tammy 172
Custer, Heath 172
Cuturic, Andrej 158
Cutwright, Michelle 158
Cvelbar, Michael 46, 192
Cvijanovic, Carol 12, 85, 119
Cvitkovic, Damir 82, 158
Cvitkovic, Sandra 86, 185
Cvitkovic, Zeljko 158
D'Anna, Tim 101
D'Apollo, Michael 158
Dakdouk, Julie Anne 82, 119
Daniel Jr., Willie 53, 158
Danna, Scott 172
Dauer, Brian 158
Students eager to get to class after a great Euclid pep rally.
Dell, Matthew 119
Delsanter, Richard 54, 78, 100, 101, 119,
Dixon, Angela 187
Dixon, Christian 158
Dixon, Frederick 172
D2mb2lK, Kimberly 158 Dixon, Josedine 172
Daugherty, Harold 67, 92, 93
Daugherty, Justin 14, 95, 192
Daugherty, Kelly 189
Davenport, Sonia 53, 172
Davis, Jeffrey 32, 33, 38, 90, 91, 102, 119
Davis, Jennifer 38, 96, 158
Davis, Kara 119
Davis, Kathleen 24, 29, 37, 170, 172, 178
Davis, Lowell 62
Davis, Lynn 63
Davis, Matthew 46, 104, 158, 160
Davis, Tracy 56, 158, 174
Davis, William 172
Day, Catherine 24, 29, 57, 158
De Filippo, Daniel 46, 184
De Filippo, Paul 158
De Jonge, Maureen 192
De Paul, Danielle 172
De Sico, Barbara 119
De Sico, Danielle 35, 158
Dean, Tonda 119
Dean, Trycennia 158
Dehner, Amy 105, 158
Deister, Christa 32
Dejak, Leo 158
DeJong, Maureen 30, 86
DeJong, Stevie 42, 51
Dekleva, Steven 38, 101, 158
Del Monte, Kimberly 119
Delaney, Timothy 119
Dembek, Tracy 17, 85, 96
Demico, George 187
Dengel, Mary 24, 37, 193
Dennis, Gregory 158
Denovich, Denise 24, 27, 189
Dent, Maria 32, 158, 218
Dewalt, David 172
Dewberry, Leshawn 119
Dewberry, Marcus 190
Deymanic, Alen 82
Di Bartolomeo, Daniel 24, 29, 30, 82, 158
Di Bartolomeo, Nicholas 32, 33, 58, 82, 119
Di Franco, Scott 93, 158
Di Pasquale, Marianne 172
Di Santis, Mary 158
Diaddario, Gina 38, 158
Dickerson, Candace 53, 172
Dickey, Heidi 53
Dickson, Tracy 158
Diester, Christa 158
Dietz, Robin 172
Dietzel, Todd 172
Digiovine, Michael 120
Dillard, Duane 187
Dillard, Lucretia 30, 158
DiPaolo's House of Beauty 174
Divider, Academics 60
Divider, Activities 22
Divider, Sports 75
Divider, Underclass 154
Doboze, Gunnard 24, 29, 104,
Dobransky, Paula 185
Dobucki, LeeAnn 172
Dodge, Allen 172
Dojdak, Windi 185
Doles, Kimberly 172
Dolsen, Jeffrey 186
Dolter, Merry 61, 67
Dommer, Jennifer 120
Donahoe, Tami 120
Doncevic, Robert 172, 181
Donnett, Mark 158
Donovan, Michelle 190
Dorazio, Frederick 120
Dorsey, Marquita 32, 172
Doss, Elgin 53, 191 ,
Doss, Mia 172
Doss, Nickole 53, 93, 120
Douglas, Genevieve 172
Drage, Lisa 36, 42, 47, 158
Dragolas, William 54, 103, 120
Drasler, Daniel 158
Drazdik, Stephen 120, 158
Dreis, Jennifer 24, 28, 186
Drnek, Dawn 120
Dubecky, Daniel 186
DuBroy, Terry 67, 96
Duchon, David 36, 172
Duchon, Stacy 36, 158
Dudziak, Jennifer 34, 35, 172
Dudziak, Jill 7, 102, 114, 120, 203
Duffy, Kelly 8, 191
Dugandzic, Mary 120
Dujmovic, Allen 189
Dujmovic, Marijo 186
Duke, Bryan 189
Duke, Scott 87, 158
Dunes, Katy 53, 120
Dunham, Tracy 158
Dunmire, Mark 158
Dunmire, Michael 12, 120
Durbin, Michael 67, 82
Dureiko, Richard 46, 120
Dures, Miroslav 82, 83, 172
Durham, Deidra 120
Dushaj, Anton 158
Duvall, Daniel 158
Duvall, Jeanne 187
Dzerowicz, Alex 67
Eads, John 120
Eads, Richard 189
East, Darryl 30, 95, 187
Easter Jr., Robert 120
Eckert, Joel 172
Ede, Leslie 172
Edwards Jr., William 158
Edwards, Adrienne 172
Eichhorn, Stephen 158
Ellerb, Tawana 53
Elliott, Tina 158
Engelke, David 104, 172
Enneper, Jill 32, 86, 98, 172, 198
Enneper, Judith 102, 120
Enos, Samantha 172
Erb, Robert 172
Erwin, Richard 77, 78, 79, 158
Esch, Kirstin 105, 106, 158
Euclid Cultural Club 53
Euclid Sun Journal 139
Evans, Derek 78, 120, 125
Evans, John 53
Evans, Laurie 184
Evilsizer, Jeffery 173, 190
Exum, Judy 67
Eyman, Cal 67
Eyman, Eric 90, 102, 120, 125
Fad and Fasion 8
Faint, Kimberly 24, 28, 173
Fair, Margaret 24, 28, 32, 33, 158
Fakult, Christopher 189
Fakult, Steven 173
Faletic, Karin 173
Fall Play 40
Fanara, Carla 120, 126
Fannin, Antonia 53, 158
At least Tracy Vanah and Mr. Reno agree on one thing.
Faraci, Rosa 173
Farkas, Peter 12
Farmer, Tyanna 32
Farrar, James 189
Fasick, Christina 73, 158
Fatica Hardware 164
Faulisi, Scott 161
Fazio, Christy 32, 161
Felden, Kevin 189
Felden, Patrick 173
Fell, John 62
Fender, Duane 173
Fetkovich, Christopher 161
Fette, Rosalie 67, 142
Fiediga, Jennifer 173
Fifolt, Marc 82, 103, 185
Filipasic, Tracey 173
Filips, Don 78, 80
Fimiani, Nicholas 124
Fischer, Julie 36, 52, 161, 218
Fitzgerald, Meredith 90, 185
Fitzpatrick, Thomas 103, 173
Flag Corps 27
Flaisman, Richard 101, 185
Flanagan, Sean 124
Flonnoy, Monique 170, 173
Flowers, Daniel 62
Focareto, Cynthia 86, 185
Focareto, Melissa 32, 33, 124
Focareto, Michael 124
Fomby, Kevin 78, 124
Football, J.V. 80
Football, Varsity 76
Force, Ray 98
Ford, India 58, 90, 185
Foreign Language Club 44
Foreman, James 191
Fortuna, Gary 100, 101
Foth, Christine 161
Fowler, Jane 67
Fox, Audree 38, 63
Fox, Erin 24, 27, 57, 192
Fox, Thomas 173
Foy, Duane 88
Francetic, Dan 67
Francetic, Daniel G 90, 91,
Frank, Daniel 161
Franklin, Richard 186
Frankos, Anthony 161
Frankos, Michael 185
Frattin, Daniel 24, 28, 173
Fred Stecker Oldsmobile, ln
Fredrickson, James 161
Fricke, Michael 188
Fuhrman, Shari 24, 28, 161
Fulgham, Timothy 161
Fumich, Victoria 86, 187
Gabriel Insurance 189
Gainer, Dawn 56, 161
Gaines, Kevin 78, 173
Galaida, Christine 37, 42, 1
Gallagher, Colleen 86, 99, 188
Gambatese, Kelly 189
Gambatese, Kenneth 101
Gambatese, Kimberly 173
Gamber, Angela 32, 124
Gamber, Richard 173
Gamber, Tracy 124
Gammon, Melissa 24, 28, 187
Gansey, Janet 174
Garbincus, Matthew 95, 189
Gargiulo, Dennis 189
Garr, Rodney 174
Gary, Walter 174
Gasiewski, Michael 161
Gaspersic, Mario 190
Gates, Barbara 67
Gazzuolo, John 174
Geddes, Daniel 12, 40, 41, 124, 197
Geisweidt, Sheri 174
Gelo, Maria 56, 161
Gelo, Robert 124
Gembarski, Kevin 191
George, Edward 100, 101, 161
Gercar, Jean 174
Gerland, Gregory 95, 189
Germano, Brian 101, 189
Gezann, Robert 103, 124
Gezann, Sheri 24, 25, 29, 57, 185
Gibbons, John 67, 82
Gilbert, Kenneth 104, 187
Gildone, Danelle 16, 161
Gilham, Shun 190
Gilham, Tyrone 76, 78, 79, 94
Gilliam, Lena 161
Gilmore, Shannon 56, 161
Girl's Basketball 96
Girl's Swimming 105
Gjerek, Antoni 80, 174
Gladin, Christopher 124
Glenn, Cathryn 27, 53, 174
Glover, Laura 36, 174
Glubish, Jeffrey 124
Godfrey, Bob 32, 67, 137
Goebel, James 67
Goerndt, Jeffrey 46, 174
Goerndt, Joseph 46, 90, 161
Golden, Nikki 53, 170, 174
Goler, Jonathan 101, 187
Golinar, Thomas 66, 174
Gomez, Humberto 170, 174
Gondeau, Desiree 12, 124
Good, Heather 174
Gooding, Bill 67
Goodman, Jason 33, 174
Goodwin, William 174, 184
Gornik, Jonathan 191
Grable, Lee 175
Grace, Jozelia 185
Graffius, Michael 161
Grahek, Kelly 161
Granchi, David 187
Granito, Anthony 87, 124
Granito, Sarah 175
Graus, Wendi 193
Gray, David 32, 53, 118, 124
Grayer, Angelissa 187
Grbac, Maria 175
Greene, Jennifer 124, 125
Griffin, Anthony 52, 124, 218
Griffin, Christopher 189
Griffin, Daniel 124
Griffiths, Dusty 188
Grillo, Lucia 124
Grissom, Willie 161
Gron, Dawn 8, 57, 175
Gron, Thomas 24, 28, 124, 125
Groves, Julie 14, 57, 156, 161, 218
Groves, Tina 175, 188
Grubach, Cynthia 36, 175
Gubitosi, Domenic 24, 29, 31, 104, 161
Gubitosi, Tom 66, 67
Guidance Counselors 63
Guilfoyle, Brian 188
Guilfoyle, Michael 92, 93, 161
ouip, K susan-Mane 125, 127, 136, 141
Guttu, Anthony 161
Guttu, Ronald 127
Habat, Pat 67
Haffer, Joyce 67
Haffey, Gesse 101, 175
Haggerty, John 103, 175
Haggins, Eric 175
Halbedel, Tom 67, 90, 146
Hall of Fame 53
Hall, Susan 127
Hambrick, Rachal 53, 187
Hamilton, Stacy 24, 27, 32, 57,
Hamilton, Suzanne 86, 99, 192
Hamm, Donald 161
Hamm, Marc 189
Hammer, Beth 28, 32, 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 45
58, 114, 127, 130
Hammer, Steven 175
Hammond, Donna 175
Hancock, Brian 190
Hannan, Maureen 24, 29, 186, 192
Hansen, Daniel 161
Hanson, Timothy 161
Harden, Tia 175
Harding, Daniel 101, 127
Hardman, Bruce 78, 161
Harps, Richard 161
Harrell, Ardelle 67
Harris, Sue 38, 63, 108, 199
Harrison, Kevin 127
Harrison, Marie 161
Harrison, Matthew 127
Harrison, Mia 175
Hartman, David 175
Hartmann, Jeff 67
Harwood, Katherine 67
Haselbusch, Aaron 95, 192
Hatcher, Carrie 189
Hatcher, Jeffrey 175
Havergne, Tracy 161
Hawk, Lisa 187
Hawley, David 193
Hayden, Monica 127
Hayes, Renee 109, 127
Heck, Jason 103, 175
Heffernan, Kristin 161
Heidi's Hair 190
Heimsoth, Daniel 161
Henderson, Carlos 102, 127, 207
Eddie Powers, Kevin Hudson, Bob Brown, Phil Matish, Derek Walton and Chris Pinta acting cool.
Henderson, Gregory 78, 161
Henderson, Tiffany 161
Henderson, Traci 32, 175
Henry, Jeanette 24, 29, 161
Heramb, Rob 67
Herbert, Donald 175
Herbst, John 78, 161, 191
Herman, Danielle 175
Herman, Kimberly 32, 174
Hess, John 189
Heuer, Carolyn 67
Heuer, Lisa 175
Hewlett, Natasha 187
Heyduk, Karen 53, 127
Hickok, Amy 13, 35, 38, 47, 161
Hickok, Timothy 87, 125, 127
Hicks, Ericka 53, 161
Hicks, Monique 161
Higgins, Kelly 47, 53, 88, 89, 161,
Higgins, La Trese 121
Higham, Douglas 80, 101, 175
Highland, Charles 36, 175
Hilger, Heidi 32, 45, 175
Hill Jr., Robert 189
Hill, Anita 175
Hill Danny 189
Hill Donald 161
Hill Jomo 175
Hill Leigh 161
i Walter 37
Hilling, Carl 62
Hinton Jr., Ronald 161
Hinton, Shannon 32, 53, 175
Hinton, Walter 188
Hite, Kelly 192
Hoag, Donna 188
Hoag, Thomas 36, 175
Hoag, Timothy 95, 175, 204
Hocevar, Danielle 192
Hodder, Joanne 67
Hodgins, Gabrielle 44, 67
Hodnichak, Diane 24, 26, 47, 56, 127, 218
Hoffart, Tom 67
Hoffert, Frank 67
Hoffman, Roger 46, 127
Hoffman, Tim 191
Hohs, Bernard 185
Hoinski, Thomas 161
Holland, Caroline 24, 32, 174, 175
Holland, Jason 76, 78, 79, 101, 109, 127,
Holland, Thomas 38, 101, 199
Holloman, Michael 161
Holloway, Nathan 24, 28, 175, 191
Holly, Michael 193
Holmes, Jeffrey 175
Holmes, Jon 40, 41, 46, 58, 161
Holt, Martin 127, 161
Homovec, Richard 67
Hood, Keith 80
Hooks, John 127
Hoover, Craig 188
Hopkins, Jennifer 42, 47, 49, 50, 118, 127,
Hopkins, Matthew 78, 161
Hopkins, Rebecca 192
Hoppert, Deborah 105, 127
Horgan, Dawn 127
Hornyak, Richard 14, 20, 78, 79, 128
Hornyak, Robert 187
Bets Tobolewski, Marlene Chinchar, Jill Dudziak and Erica Richards smile for the camera.
Horvath, Melissa 175
Houchins, Deborah 27, 67
Hradek, Lisa 36, 47, 161
Hren, Kristine 34, 42, 43, 50, 52, 90, 91
105, 106, 149, 161, 164, 218
Hribar, Frances 161
Hribar, John 161
Hribar, Marlene 98, 175
Hritz, Michelle 175
Hromyko, Mike 188
Hsu, Ching Wei 175
Hsu, Po-Chun 128
Huang, Xiaolei 188
Huddleston, Jeffrey 128
Hudson, Kevin 53, 93, 202
Hudson, Love 32, 36, 50, 102, 118, 126
128, 129, 130, 134, 142
Huested, Mathew 128
Hughes, Brian 78, 161
Hughes, Edward 128
Hughley, Kevin 161
Hula, Janet 24, 28, 189
Hula, Wendy 187
Humphries, Billijo 161
Humphries, Scott 191
Hunt, James 39
Hunt, Lisa 175
Hunt, Robin 32, 192
Hutchins, Tanya 161
Hutchinson, Gerald 56, 161
Hutchinson, Tina 188
Hutton, Marcus 24, 175
Hyne, Kelly 88, 96, 161
Hynes, Jeffrey 128
llc, Kristina 17, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 128, 129
134, 142, 212
Independent Savings Bank 177
Indoor Track 102
Irby Jr., Bruce 175
lsgro, Debra 192
Isheim, Ethel 187
lvaskovic, Carolyn 32, 128
Jablonski, Frank 8, 60, 68, 184, 185, 189,
Jackson, Brian 102, 186
Jackson, Ra Shanda 34
Jackson, Shelli 175
Jacobs, Michael 190
Jakubauskas, Danute 162
James, Maxwell 184
Jankowski, Joseph 162
Jaroscak, Jeff 104
Jaworsky, Gale 68 '
Jaworsky, Victoria 24, 27, 57, 162, 218
Jay Dee Cleaners, Inc. 168
Jay Turpin, Tim Hoag, Matt Airhart and Bob Bell watching water burn.
Jayne, Dion 189
Jazz Band 31
Jefferson, Mark 94, 95, 175
Jelenic, Mark 162
Jenkins, January J 42, 44, 45,
Jenkins, Rico 190
Jenko, Ronald 175
Jerele, Cynthia 98, 175
Jeric, Jennifer 128
Jividen, Michelle 128
Jr., Alfred 28
, Antonio 175
Davion 95, 186
Denise L 24, 28, 189
Mia 98, 128
Robert 40, 41
Selwyn 53, 121, 162
Steve 53, 128
Bey, Kennard 95, 191
Bey, Walter 190
Jones, Angela 32, 184
Jones, Charity 185
Jones, Ja Neisha 175, 190
Jones, Jennifer 32, 33, 47, 162, 218
Jones, Kawanna 190
Jones, Robert 90, 102, 175
Jones, William 162
Journey, Bernard 190
Journey, Nicholas 185
Gina 32, 36, 175
56, 58, 114,
Juhl, Katherine 185
Juratic, Gregory 78, 162
Juric, Bruno 153
Jurisevic, Susan 175
Jurkovic, Barbara 38, 162
Kacperski, Anjanette 84, 162
Kacperski, Jennifer 86, 176
Kadras, Dafne 162
Kale, John 70, 162
Karabinus, William 13, 103, 162
Karaula, Anita 128
Karnak, Rebecca 192
Karpinski, Paul 114, 128, 153
Keating, Jessica 24, 28, 176
Keaveney, Kathleen 128
Kehn, Jan 68
Kehn, John 128
Keith, Jill 128
Kekic, Richard 20, 21, 100, 101, 128
Keller, Jackqualynn 193
Kellers, Michael 162
Kelley, Brendan 176, 191
Kelly, Ann 30, 91, 192
Kelly, David 15, 162
Kelly, Jim 68
Kelly, Marcus 162
Kelly, Shannon 44, 176
Kelly, Tyris 162
Kemp, Tamurra 187
Kempke, Cheryl 54, 128
Kennedy, Larry 176, 188
Kermode, Thomas 30, 40, 41, 17
Kernc, Gregory 13, 131
Kernc, Joel 103, 189
Kestner, Dave 68
Key Club 37
Kidd, Lameer 53, 186
Kilgore, Kenneth 28, 95, 184
Kimball, Lewis 131
Kimball, Robert 176
Kang, Harry 54, 68, 100, 101, 125 131
King, James 78, 100, 162
Kirchner, Dawn 8, 32, 57, 176
Kirchner, Deborah 176
Kirchner, Lisa 162
Kish, Steve 188
Kitchen, Michael 13, 76, 78, 162 218
Kitis, Michelle 44, 191
Kleckner, Cynthia 24, 27, 162
Klein, Ellen 56, 68
Kline, Christina 186
Kline, Heidi 191
Kline, Jeffrey 176, 181
Kline, Shawn 32, 153
Kmetz, Michael 190
Knez, Bernadette 41, 131, 149, 153
Knez, Karmen 176, 182
Knez, Margaret 102, 114, 131
Knistautas, Susan 12, 130, 131, 134
Kobus, Shawn 37, 38, 39, 44, 50 54 82
131, 134, 141, 149, 213, 218
Koenig, Ingrid 68
Kollar, Matthew 190
Kolodziej, Mary Jane 68
Koman, Diana 16, 162
Komara, Daniel 176
Koncar, Angela 131
Konrad, Kimberly 24, 29, 30, 57
Korb, Joseph 131
Koren, Kellie 24, 26, 131
Kosmerl, James 24, 28, 37, 191
Kosmerl, Karen 20, 131
Kostan, Peter 82, 162
Kovac, Jessica 34, 105, 186
Kovacic, Edward 187
Kovacic, Valerie 131
Kovelan, Stephen 162
Kozlowski, Janice 86, 188
Kozlowski, Kevin 189
Kozlowski, Max 78, 162
Kramer, David 192
Krance, Michelle 56, 162 .
Krasnik, Jennifer 24, 27, 185
Kribbs, John 131
Kristoff, Heather 34, 99, 189
Krizan, Manda 131
Krohn, Melissa 187
Kronik, John 78, 101, 131
Kropf, David 131
Kropf, Jeffrey 24, 29, 190
Krotine, Derrick 93, 131
Krulc, Susan 36, 42, 44, 45, 131
Krup, Ruth 63
Kubach, Kristine 107, 162
Kubinski, Catherine 86, 192
Kubinski, Christine 131
Kucaric, Christine 176
Kucia, Eric 131
Kucia, Neil 176
Kudlak, Paul 36, 38, 66, 132, 199
Kuhen, Elizabeth 32, 33, 132, 141
Kuhen, Eric 176
Kuhen, Walter 188
Kuklica, Chera 189
kumar, Brinda 38, 40, 41, 44, 50, 58, 59,
Kunes, Roger 24, 29, 192
Kunes, William 24, 29, 31, 82, 83, 104, 156,
Kunesh, Valerie 176
Kushma, Kathleen 35, 38, 160, 162, 168,
La Manna, Michael 24, 28, 100, 176
La Tour, Gary 101, 190
Land, Christine 176
Lane, Barry 132
Lane, Monique 187
Lang, April 184
Lang, Bridgette 107, 162
Langdon, Patrick 132
Lapuh, Cheryl 93, 176
Lardomita, Jack 77, 78, 107
Laurenson, William 80, 176
Lauver, Danielle 34, 35, 132
Lauver, David 186
Lauver, Molly 176, 193
Lawrence, David 62
Lawrence, Shalom 32, 35, 176
Lawson, Daryl 176
Lawson, Ryan 24, 25, 29, 53, 162
Le Quyea, Michael 104, 162
Leamon, James 53, 162
Leasure, Benjamin 176, 184
Ledwell, Shelly 184
Lee, Corthaniel 188
Lee, Eldora 176
Lee, Vicky 162
Leinweber, Craig 162
Lellis, Jane 68
Lenz, Eric 103, 132
Leonardi, Donna 185
Leonardi, Edward 132
Leone, Michael 176
Lesko, Terrence 188
Leskovec, Melissa 176
Lett, Lo Frencho 46
Levstik, Patricia 176
Lewis, Chonton 53, 176
Liderbach, Julia C 32, 176
Lidrbach, Joan 51, 68
Limbert, Kevin 162
Linderman, Joan 68
Lisac, Suzane 38, 162
Lishing, Carl 176
Little, John 95, 160, 176
Little, Karen 68
Little, Pamela 53, 176
Littlejohn, Rhonda 12, 13, 56, 132
Jeff Syroney, Laura Asseff and Katie Roach say 'Ta-Dah'.
Lo, Daniel 184
Logar, Andrew 24, 29, 104, 186
Lomac, Lara 24, 29, 30, 32, 105, 106, 156,
Lomac, Mary 68, 187, 189
Lomax, Dushawn 191
Lombardo, Daniel 162
Lone, Nina 21
Long, Melissa 4, 32, 33, 36, 40, 41, 47, 49,
Longstreth, Laura 162
Lovejoy, Kimberly 184
Loving, Aaron 53
Lowe, Ken 68
Lozada, Nicole 32, 176
Lozada, Ricardo 176
Lucas, Marge 68
Ludvik, Irena 185
Lueersen, Maren 42, 43, 45, 49, 50, 58, 153,
Luikart, Harry 24, 25, 28, 37, 90, 176, 181
Luikart, Kim 159, 162
Lunder, Bradley 190
Lunder, Matthew 70, 96, 98, 102, 132, 141
Lux, Kenneth 162
Lux, Patricia 105, 106, 185, 186
Luzny, Daniel 101, 162
Luzny, Thomas 192
Lynn, Raymond 24, 25, 29, 30, 32, 33, 162
Mack, Christopher 162
Macleod, Mark 28, 186
Madden, John 190
Maddox, Valena 28, 176
Mahovlic, Matthew 176
Malaney, Kevin 78, 162
Malaney, Tracy 132
Manburg, Marc 68
Mann, David 44, 132
Mannello, Christopher 78, 80, 176
Mansberger, Daniel 46
Mansi, Frank 24, 28, 191
Mansperger, Daniel 24, 29, 132
Mantel, Jennifer 44, 176
Marcelli, Marie 58, 191
Marching Band 24
Marciante, Annmarie 162
Marcic, Christopher 162
Marcinko, Christopher 176
Marett, Joseph 162
Marett, Linda 188
Maria, Mirta 32, 176
Marincek, John 52, 176, 218
Marks, Jennifer 32, 37, 42, 176, 193
Marold, Lawrence 188
Maroli, Karen 84, 85, 96, 99, 132
Marolt, Norman 80, 101, 176
Marron, Stacey 47, 162
Marrott, Robert 132
Marsh, Kathy 68
Marsh, Lee 132
Martens, John 36, 39, 46, 132
Martin, Amamda 187
Martin, Christopher 78, 80, 81, 94, 95, 176
Martin, Heidi 8, 16, 30, 38, 40, 41, 44, 51,
58, 156, 162, 218
Martin, lvory 176
Martin, Jason 6, 176
Martin, Natasha 177
Martin, Robert 177
Martincic, Skip 103
Marvin, Charles 103, 177
Marvin, Lisa 36, 177
Masley, Jennifer 34, 35, 177
Mason, Jennifer 3, 32, 33, 36, 44, 45, 47, 88,
89, 177, 218
Mason, Jimmy 162
Massey, Annette 32, 187
Masten, Rashawn 193
Masterson, Kimberly 38, 42, 44, 45, 50, 58,
Mata, Amy 132
Matiaska, Carla 185
Matiaska, Douglas 2, 18, 162, 218
Matish, Alison 107, 177
Matish, Phillip 13, 126, 132, 137, 202
Matko, Allan 68
Matlock, lan 32, 177
Matthews, Ayanna 30, 98, 177
Mauceri, Candace 162
Maurer, Kristine 162
Mauser, Bryan 82, 135
Mauser, Diane 118, 129, 134, 135, 142
Maust, Teresa 177
Maxey, Denise 56, 135
Maxey, Dennis 162
Mayerhoffer, Jean 107, 162
Mayle, Kelly 135
Mayner, Margo 12
Mazzaro, George 62
Mazzei, Elizabeth 86, 105, 184
Mc Alpine, Jeanine 177
Mc Andrew, Dennis 12
Mc Arthur, Douglas 135
Mc Caleb, Jermaine 177
Mc Carthy, Brian 177
Mc Carthy, Valerie 24, 27, 191
Mc Cartney, Colleen 191
Mc Cartney, Wayne 177
Mc Clinton, Thomas 102, 162
Mc Clurkin, Keith 9, 37, 135, 153
Mc Connell, Thomas 101
Mc Coy, Ronald 191
Mc Coy, Shileshe 10, 11
Mc Coy, Tiffony 53, 162
Mc Daniel, Lynnette 189
Mc Ewen, Dawnelizabeth 53
Mc Ghee, Derrick 184
Mc Ghee, Tamika 177
Mc Groder, Vanessa 177
Mc Guinness, William 4, 36, 38, 53, 62, 156,
160, 165, 188, 190
Mc Intosh, Susan 186
Mc Laughlin, Judy 40, 41, 68, 137, 159, 197
Mc Laughlin, Robert 62
Mc Manus, Robert 165
Mc Peek, Matthew 24, 25, 28, 189
Mc Redmond, Polly 47, 68
Mc Reynolds, Kerri 3, 32, 178
Meagher, Robert 102
Meaney, Gunhild 38, 165
Meden lV, Joseph 94, 95, 178
Media Aides 46
Medve, Matthew 13, 23, 135
Medve, Susan 56, 135
Medved, Joseph 165
Medved, Victoria 34, 35, 38, 165, 168
Medvick, William 60, 62, 190
Meeks, Tramayne 178
Mehls, Douglas 90, 104, 165
Merino, Mario 17, 165
Merritt, Anthony 187
Mews, Krista 135
Meyenberg, Eric 135
Meyer, Steven 135
Meyers, Carol 68
Meyers, Michele 32, 40, 41, 46, 50, 58, 59,
Meyers, Stephen 101, 192
Michael, Theresa 32, 187
Midolo, Gina 32, 33, 40, 41, 135
Miheli, Christian 165
Miheli, Daniel 165
Mikich, Kimberly 30, 192
Mikulec, Patricia 193
Milicevic, Thomas 178
Miller, Brian 189
Miller, Bruce 11
Miller, Deborah 24, 29, 30, 39, 57, 105, 135
Miller, Diane 165
Miller, Ernest 178
Miller, Jeanette 34, 35, 187
Miller, John 82, 165
Miller, Kimberley 30, 47, 105, 106, 191
Miller, Mary 32, 33, 165
Miller, Molly 24, 29, 193
Milline, M Tony 165
Minadeo, Laura 178
Mincek, Michelle 178
Mingle, Charles 178, 181
Minter, Russell 95, 184
Christine Joyb 4, 185
Concepcion 53, 135
Heather 36, 174, 178
Mixon, James 24, 102, 165
Mizick, Michelle 178
Molakakis, Rebecca 189
Molenda, Patricia 178
Molnar, Nicole 20, 84, 85, 105 135
Molten, Jeff 8
Mondok, Tricia 178, 184
Montagner, Laura 86, 178
Montana, Bob 21
Montana, Timothy 53, 135
Montani, Ray 68
Montgomery, Matthew 188
Montgomery, Pamela 178
Moore, Francine 12, 32, 53, 121 135 153
Moore, Gerald 37, 38, 78, 79, 100 101 165
Moore, Jarmine 191
Moore, Katherine 165
Moore, Kimberly 24, 27, 37, 42, 44 58 178
Moore, Marlon 95, 179
Moore, Phaedra 53, 185
Moore, Sandra 165
Morek, Mark 77, 78, 79, 165
Morgan-Brown, Carol 30, 53, 185
Moriarty, James 165
Natasha Spencer, Kelli Vanah and Kathy Kushma realize that A. J. Parker is a real lady s man
Moriarty, Shannon 179
Morris, Brian 179, 181, 192
Morris, Jamal 102, 179
Morris, Shalett 53, 165
Morris, Tracy 179
Morrison, Heather 32, 88, 89, 165
Morse, Joel 101, 174, 179
Moses, Donald 135
Moses, Lori 56, 165
Moses, Stephanie 32, 179
Motiejunas, Kristina 17, 102, 165
Moultry, Latanya 32, 53, 179
Moultry, Terrence 184
Muccino, Christine 179, 189
Mueller, Jo-Rita 68
Mulqueeny, Ellen 105
Murowsky, Craig 29, 78, 179
Murphy, Dana 13, 135
Murphy, Denise 105, 165, 191
Murphy, Matthew 189
Muzinic, Christopher 192
Myers, Scott 187
Myers, Vincent 179
Naglic, Angela 179
Naglic, Mark 136
Nagy, David 136
Nagy, J Mark 136, 165
Nagy, Teresa 136
Naha, Mark 186
National Honor Society 39
Nationwide Driving School 117
Neal, Charlotte 186
Carlos Henderson, Bob Brown, Renee Shimko, Joe Vehar, Anita Perrotti and Steve Christen show that you
don't always have to study.
Nebe, Eric 38, 78, 101, 165
Negrelli, Bridget 34, 35, 179
Nehrig, Edward 104, 184
Neibes, Carole 187
Neligan, Patricia 20, 136, 137
Nemecek, Jack 179
Nemerovsky, Sherry 184
Nesbett, Katherine 188
Network Video 178
New Beginnings 192
Newcomb, Michelle 36, 44, 48, 49, 173, 179
Newman, Daniel 20, 21, 101, 126, 136
Newman, Kelli 47, 190
Nichols, Charles D 24, 28, 193
Nichols, Nina 179
Nickell, Brandy 86, 105, 192
Nickell, Scott 165
Nicolosi, Ann 179
Niebes, Carole 68, 186
Nieves, Lenny 136
Noble, John 191
Noble, Julie 12, 36
Nolan, Chet 78, 81
Norris, Lorenzo 189
Norton, Michelle 187
Norton, Robert 190
Nosse, Lance 80, 179
Novak, Angela 188
Novak, Michael 165
Novey, Jessica 165
Novotny, Christine 136
Novotny, Cynthia 179
Noyes, Elizabeth 179
Nugent, Kathleen 179
Nugent, Patrick 179
Nurmi, Shirley 62
O'Brien, Cynthia 165
O'Connell, Michael 136
O'Hannon, Travis 53, 102
O'Neal Il, Curtis 40, 41, 46, 165
O'Neill, Jennifer 107, 165
O'Neill, Kevin 188
O'Neill, Michael 186
Oatman, Tiffiney 34, 35, 53, 136
Obedakah, Fatu 188
Oblak, Christine 44
obiak, Jeanine 10, 11, 13, 32, 33, 35,
Oboczky, Christine 32, 88, 89, 165
Oboczky, Victoria 136
Office Aides 47
Ogorek, Gregory 32, 33, 129, 145
Ohanessian, Aron 49, 165
Olbrysh, Jeffrey 136
Olenik, James 136
Olszens, Keith 188
Orazem, Nicholas 101, 179
Orazen, Shawn 189
Orbanic, Lorena 179
Orlic, Cindy 190
Orndoff, Jodi 56, 136
Oroz, Elizabeth 36, 40, 41, 47, 4
Orr, Shawn 190
Orsulic, Richard 192
Osborne, Eric 189
Osolin, Karla 36, 56, 136
Ospelt, Heidi 90, 105, 10
Ott, Jack 136
Overberger, David 136
Owen, Stephen 136
Paderewski, Donna 84, 85, 86
Pae, Tim 87, 179
Papes, Nancy 136
Paradise, Robert 140
Pardue, Janet 140
Parise, Mia 36, 102, 125, 140, 198
Andrew 92, 93, 108, 140, 206
Dee Ann 32, 56, 165
Parker Mervin 78, 140
Parker Sanjay 179
Parker Terenz H 179
Parker Tina 179
Parmertor, Ronald 165
Paroska, Katalin 17, 45, 47, 50, 129, 140
Parsons, Deborah 165
Parsons, John 80, 179
Paskert, Joan 68
Pasquale, Ben 62, 190
Pasquale, Dina 165
Pasquale, Michael 186
Seniors watch the coach and football team attentively.
Patel, Ketan 36, 48, 50, 125, 126, 140, 141 Perusek, Angela 179
Patrons 194 Peters, Kimberly 187
Patterson, Eric 165 Peterson, Heidi 187
Patterson, Jennifer 188 Peterson, Linda 165
Paul, Judy 68 Petho, Brenda 140
Pavlic, Francis 179 Petranek, Chrisopher 188
Pavlic, Nicolle 9, 21, 44, 140 Petrie, Jennifer 88, 98, 179
Pawlowski, Adam 68, 137 Petrovic, Robert 68, 188, 190
Payne, Matthew 189 Petruccelli, Gregory 165
Peer Tutors 44 Petti, Carmen 165
Pekar, Darren 56, 78, 165, 174 Phillips, Donald 165
Pelinkaj, Nedzad 179
Pence, Debra 179
Pender, Kimberly 165
Penn, Barbara 179
Penny, Daniel 165
Phillips, Lynn 84, 85, 96, 97, 140
Phillis, Timothy 179
Phipps, James 56, 143
Phyllis, Tim 173
Pignatiello, Roy 71, 78, 95
Penny, David 140 Pinta, Christopher 23, 54, 87, 125, 143, 202
Penny, Donna 193 Pinta, Scott 78, 101, 137, 165
Penny, Ricky 13, 24, 29, 31, 108, 140 Piotrowski, Michael 165
Peralta, Robert 187
Percic, Josette 56, 140
Pirak, Gregory 143
Pirsig, Holly 40, 58, 188
Perdan, Beth 24, 28, 30, 51, 105, 165 Piscopo, Veronica 165
Perez, Frank 2, 22, 38, 46, 62, 129, 186, Pi2mOhf, Laura 24, 28, 37, 179
190, 198, 199, 211
Perkins Restaurant 191
Perko, Barbara 140
Perna, Renee 140
Perrotti, Anita 42, 140, 207
Perry, Angela 34, 179
Perry, Christopher 140
Perry, David 13, 140
Perry, Rashawn 53, 165
Perryman, Eric 140
Persic, Eda 32, 140
Pizmoht, Rose 24, 31, 143
Pla, Sally 71
Play, Winter 58
Plesec, Dorthea 53, 143
Plesec, Julianne 184
Plummer, Lisa 179
Pocaro, Jennifer 42, 51, 114, 130, 143
Pocaro, Michelle 185
Pockar, Brent 82, 165
Podmore, Donald 184
Polito, Christine 186
Polo, Heather 179, 193
Polson, Tracy 53, 193
Ponsart, Laura 165
Porten, Kimberly 36, 143
Porter, Cheryl 13, 38, 84, 85, 165
Posavad, James 179
Posey, Kurtis 24, 28, 30, 92, 93, 143
Povirk, Robert 179
Powaski, Ronald 71
Powell, Allen 143
Powell, Michael 143
Powers, Eddie 92, 93, 143, 202
Powers, Edwin 165
President's Club 45
Presot, Jim 71, 82, 146
Prestigomo, Tracy 98, 179
Pritchard, Kevin 104, 143
Proctor, Brian 184
Proctor, Terra 192
Puhalj, Elizabeth 46, 145, 165
Puhalj, Engelbert 179
Puruczky, Vincent 165
Quinn, Gerald 190
Quinn, Marina 165, 193
Quirarte, James 179
Rabbits, William 32, 165
Race, Nora 14, 35, 38, 163, 165
Radachy, David 36, 179
Radaker, Ellie 15, 71
Radolovic, Allen 24, 28, 186
Radosevic, Josip 180
Rafail, Kathleen 180
Raguz, Stephen 23, 82, 83, 143
Raguz, Tomislav 185
Raicevich, Mike 47, 71, 87, 137,
Raimor Studios 116
Ramlow, Barb 71, 186, 191
Ramlow, Robert 71, 102
Ramsay, Bridget 98, 180
Ramsey, Eric 165
Randolph, Michelle 187
Rash, Toni 56, 69, 71
Rashid, Najla 53, 165
Rashid, Shadeed 80, 81, 180
Raymond Jr., Larry 53, 56
Rebish, Carloyn 180
Reed, Karen 14, 34, 38, 105, 159, 166
Reese, Nicole 180
Reese, Robert 143
Reichman, Brandy 180
Reid, Melinda 12, 143
Reid, Rebecca 180
Rembert, Rita 188
Renner, Cindy 24, 28, 70, 180
Renner, Ricky 24, 28, 166
Reno, Charles 71, 137, 201
Renshaw, Theresa 84, 85, 143
Renter, Lasheen 180
Reynolds, Thomas 24, 29, 30, 31, 46, 104,
Rezzolla, Mike 78
Rhone, Raymond 38, 53, 92, 93, 121, 143
Rhone, Sonja 53, 180
Rice, H Douglas 180
Rice, Terrence 78
Richards Jr., John 184
Richards, Arthur 180
Richards, Erica 52, 126, 16
Richards, Pamela 143
Riczinger, Tina 56, 143
Riedel, Lisa 24, 26, 187
Riek, John 190
Riffe, Laela 53
Riha, Vincent 24, 166, 192
Riley, Balee 86, 178, 180
Rinaldi, Theresa 143
Risko, Tracy 56, 144
Ritchie, Debra 53, 56
Ritchie, Heather 144
Ritchie, Steven 180
Rivers, Angela 190
Rizzo, Rick 54, 101, 125, 144
Roach, James 95, 190
Roach, Rita 32, 40, 41, 57, 62, 166, 2
Roach, Robert 32, 47, 144
Roberts, Ann 71
Roberts, Mark 78, 144, 163
Roberts, Richard 166
Robinson, Patty 71
Robinson, Spencer 144
Rocco, Melissa 90
Rocco, Teresa 187
Roche, Shawn 166
Rockwood, Donald 144
Rockwood, Ronald 144
Rodgers, Amanda 166
Rodriguez, Joe 71
Sandy 56, 166
Rachelle 44, 180
Ronald 70, 77, 78, 79, 144
Rolfe, Kimberly 144
Roll, Laura 24, 29, 166
Roscoe, Terrence 78, 93, 180
Ross, Donald 180
Rosser, David 42, 45, 50, 58, 144
Rowe, Heather 42, 51, 166
Ruffing, Andrea 56
Runza, Lenka 170, 180
Rusack, Kenton 180
Russo, Anthony 38, 63, 168
Russo, Barb 192
Russo, Joyce 71, 188
Ryan, Lisa 180
Ryans, Edward 56, 94, 95, 166
Rymarczyk, Dominic 32, 33, 166
Rymarczyk, Kevin 180
6, 203, 218
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Class of '88 getting ready for the traditional panoramic picture.
Sabath, Justine 144
Sabath, Richard 144
Sabel, Jennifer 178
Sabol, Thomas 166
Sacko, Heidi 36, 49, 180
Sage, Joseph 187
Sakatch, Julie 144
Sallach, Fred 71
Salter Auto Parts 181
Sam Carlo's Pizzeria 117
Samas, Sandra 178, 180
Samsa, Dennis 144
Samuel, James 36, 78, 125,
Sanborn, Sandy 71, 146
Sanders, Bryan 193
Sanders, Tammy 189
Sandy, Kelly 144
Sankey, Dawn 144
Sankey, Jennifer 30, 192
Santon, Patrick 144
Sargent, Brian 192
Sargent, David 61, 92, 94, 95, 160, 166
Sari, Michelle 36, 44, 166
Sarich, Joel 71
Sarpolis, Deborah 180
Sas, Jeanette 13, 56, 96, 159, 166
Sattler, Dwayne 38, 61, 166
Sattler, Greg 71
Sauer, Joseph 166
Savage, Jean 85, 86
Savolainen, Michele 129, 180
Sawyer, Matthew 24, 29, 108 166
Scarniench, Michael 78, 166
Schaefer, Christine 34, 35, 192
Schafer, Beth 42, 45, 88, 166
Schafer, Theodore 147
Schauer, Robert 188
Schilling, Susan 37, 54, 56, 147
Schmeling, Betty 39, 71
Schmeling, Terri 39, 105, 147
Schmidt, Hope 86, 188
Schoen, Kristin 16, 35, 166
Schonauer, Victoria 147
School Spirit 14
Schroeder, Dione 147
Schultz, Donata 71
Schultz, Kelly 180
Schuster, Marci 188
Schwartz, Andrew 24, 29, 31 147 213
Schwartz, Matthew 82, 180
Schwarz, Andrew 32
Schwegler, Walter 62
Schwenke, Pete 71, 78
Scolaro, Tracy 7, 34, 73, 166
Scott, Dana 36, 38, 47, 107, 147 198
Scott, Darnell 193
Scott, Justin 190
Scott, Leonard 56, 166
Scott, Sandra 56, 126, 147
Scott, Sean 80, 81, 95, 180
Scott, William 80, 81, 101, 180
Seaman, Maurice 147
Secic, Michelle 186
Secic, Sandra 8, 180
Sedmak, Gregory 40, 41, 58, 180
Segines, Antoine 191
Segines, Dawn 166
Segulin, Dave 37
Segulin, James 24, 29, 30, 31, 37, 104, 166
Segulin, Mickey 71
Seiler, Lana 86, 180, 218
Selvaggio, Nick 72, 185
Senior Divider 108
Senior Talent Night 54
Senn, Sonja 147
Serafin, Theresa 180
Serra, Paul 71, 73
Sesic, Michelle 8
Severino, Janet 71
Seymour, Ron 60, 62, 190
Seymour, Steven 103, 147
Shafer, Bill 22, 23, 24, 28, 29,
Shannon, Thomas 190
Shantery, Charles 180
Shaw, Anthony 101, 184
Shaw, James 166
Sheck, David 101, 188
Sheck, Michael 78, 80, 180
Sheck. Mike 71, 145
Sheehan, Brian 166
Sheets, Kenneth 24, 28, 190
Shenk, Christopher 24, 28, 188
Sheridan, Marie 14, 42, 44, 45, 48
Sheridan, Michael 101, 192
Shimko, Renee 32, 166, 207
Shippitka, Michael 180
Shivak, John 87, 166, 218
Shore Center Barber and Style
Shotwell, Erwin 184
Shotwell, Sabrina 147
Shusky, John 180
Sigh, James 80, 180
Sillia, Beth 180
Simenc, Jeffrey 189
Simicevic, Marijana 166
Simmons, Clarence 93, 147
Simmons, Janelle 180
Simone, Tina 166
Simpson, Jim 71
Sims Brothers Buick, Inc. 170
Sims, Cory 180
Sims, James 24, 30, 166
Sink, Ryan 78, 166
Sink, Trevor 147
Siupinys, Anthony 180
Siupinys, Kristina 166
Ski Club 48
Skodnik, Andrew 180
Skok, Gregory 24, 29, 30, 180
Skrab, Mary Ann 180
Slattery, Jennifer 181
Slaughter, Chenise 181
Slaybaugh, Tracy 181
Slejko, Jason 181
Slogar, James 147
Slogar, Ronald 166
Slogar, Stephanie 192
Slusarski Il, Ronald 184
Smiciklas Ill, John 147
Smith, Andre 78, 80, 166
, 88, 89,
Smith Bonnie 71, 129
Smith Denise 53, 181
Smith Lisa 32, 56, 147
Ricky 16, 94, 95, 181
Robert M 147
Robert S 7, 10, 77, 78,
Shannon 24, 28, 193
Smith, Sowanna 181
Smith Stanley 78, 80, 181
Smith Stephen 51, 58, 70, 166
Spencer, Curtis 42, 44, 45, 56, 58, 166, 212
Spencer, Michelle 166
Spencer Natasha 38, 44, 61, 141, 160, 166
Spenser, Curtis 51
Spenser, Natasha 159
Sperner, Noah 36, 148
Sperner Rebecca 36 166
Speroff, Keith 29
Spicer, Kari 188
Spiegel, Catherine 187
Spiga, Barbara 44, 72
Smith, Tina 141, 147
Smith, Wayne 71
Smolic, Stephanie 44, 49, 181
Smrdel, Anthony 181
Sobecki, Sheri 56, 147
Soblesky, Christopher 181
Socha, Jason 185
Solnosky, Joseph 87, 166
Solnosky, Michael 166
Solnosky, William 186
Soltesz, Christina 23, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 54,
55, 118, 125, 126, 129, 130, 133, 134, 142,
148, 212, 218
Soltesz, Frank 71
Soos, Scott 56, 166
Sopko, Jill 38, 166
Sopko, Theresa 84, 85, 96, 97, 166
Soprek, Dubravka 166
Spada, Christopher 185
Spehar, Daniel 181
Speights, Tina 53
Spence, Kenneth 181
Spinelli, Jennifer 114, 118, 126, 130, 133
134, 141, 148, 153
Spooner, Lorri 187
Springer, Barb 36, 72
Springer, Michelle 184
Sray, Albin 181
Stadler, Veronica 72
Stankivicz, Amy 166
Stanton, Timothy 148
Staples, Norman 181
Staples, Robert 190
Starr, Sheree 192
Stauffer, Adam 10, 12, 20, 23, 36, 39, 50,
52, 108, 126, 141, 142, 148, 149, 193,218
Steele's Garage 173
Steele, Barbara 30, 182
Steen, Alchina 166
Stephancic, Donna 105
Stephanie Walters 13
Stephens, Delon 32, 170, 182
Stephens, James 24, 29, 30, 31, 32, 145, 166
Sterbank, Julie 32, 38, 39, 47, 51, 54, 118,
126, 130, 134, 142, 148
Varsity Chorale showing off their singing ability.
Sterrick, Brian 24, 28, 187
Stevenson, Shawna 182
Stewart, Joel 52, 129, 134, 141, 142, 148,
Stih, Cynthia 184
Stillings, Brian 185
Stimburys, Donna 37, 182
Stimburys, Mary Ann 184
Stinnett, Katrina 53
Stipkovich, 'James 78, 166
Stobinski, Judy 72
Stois, John 189
Stokes, Katrina 182
Stokes, Ronald 182
Strah, Thomas 148
Strasser, Patricia 148
Straub, Jason 87, 166
Straub, Megan 86, 99, 191
Straub, Shannon 32, 148, 153
Straus, David 166
Stringer, Richard 93, 166
Strong, Tracie 166
Stroup, Maria 72
Strowder, Valencia 38, 53, 166
Strunk, David 104, 185
Strunk, Scott 148
Stuber, Richard 73
Student Council 122
Student Council 36
Student Council Ad 123
Student Life 6
Stupica, Thomas 62
Stupica, Valerie 9, 36, 88, 89, 148
Subel, Jennifer 182
Suchevits, Craig 56, 148
Sugar, Eddie 182
Sugar, Elvis 61, 166
Sugar, Robert 190
Suggs, Rodney 11
Sullivan, Carolyn 53
Summers, Richard 166
Sustar, Frank 148
Sustersic, Amanda 32, 33, 148, 159, 198
Swanson, Jeffery 24, 25, 28, 148
Swearingen, Charles 182
Sweet, Mary 32, 36, 40, 41, 47, 49, 169
Swope, Joseph 148
Swope, Lee 36, 44, 49, 73, 182
Swyt, John 44, 148
Swyt, Sharon 36, 44, 177, 182
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 29
Syroney, Jeffrey 32, 33, 182, 205
Szalay, Tascia 34, 35, 148
Sztul, Victoria 182
Tadiello, Keith 80, 182
Tajgiszer, Stephen 78, 169
Tajgiszer, William 148
Tanner, April 36, 184
Taylor, Robert 188
Tekieli, Tiffany 21, 86, 107, 182
Tennis, Girl's 88
Terlizzi, Robert 24, 28, 182
Terry, Taray 102, 114, 150
Bruce 32, 182
Thomas Jacqueline 34, 105, 182
Thomas Jason 169
Thomas Leila 38, 82, 168, 169
Thomas, Nicole 182
Thomas, Shannon 36, 182
Thomas, Tracy 32, 169
Thompson Donnie 190
Thompson Johnny 183
Thompson Marcellus 183
Thompson, Tarnell 102, 169
Taurman, Ralph 90, 91, 102, 169
Taylor, Frances 187
Taylor Howard 24, 29, 32, 104, 169
Taylor Karl 169
Taylor Kimberly 4, 30, 57, 185
Taylor Kristin 150, 169
Taylor Laura 193
Taylor Meghan 34, 35, 185
Thornton, Jeanine 169
Thornton, Tammieanna 53, 193
Ticchione, Anne Marie 150
Timm, Natalie 183
Tingley, Howard 80, 103, 183
Tinker, Patricia 190
Tinker, Shelly 169
Tirabassi, Anthony 169
Tirabassi, Lisa 13, 102, 150
Tkac, Carol 61, 72, 185, 193
Tobias, Shelley 99, 192
Tobin, Sarah 150
Tobin, Timothy 104, 183
Tobolewski, Elizabeth 38, 42, 47, 52, 61,
125, 142, 159, 169, 203, 218
Tomasi, Jill 102, 173, 183
Tomasi, Lou 102
Tomic, Danny 95, 183
Tomsic, Matthew 37, 183
Tonn, Rosemarie 72
Tonti, Paul 56, 150
Torrelli, Chris 72
Torzewski, Bruce 186
Toth, Adam 150
Toth, Julie 27
Toth, Michael 183
Touschner, Craig 169
Touschner, Keith 186
Travis, Charles 150
Trbovich, Donald 150, 169
Trebec, Christine 53
Tressler, Dan 11
Tressler, Joseph 29, 104, 169
Trevarthen, Todd 32, 33, 40, 41, 58, 150
Trocheck, Jodin 95, 192
Troha, Adrienne 188
Troha, Michele 56, 169
Tucci, John 78, 169
Tuckerman, Danielle 47, 105, 169
Tuckerman, Geoffrey 183
Turek, Martin 24, 49, 150
Mr. Perez and seniors showing off what they can do.
Turkall, Dennis 72, 94, 95
Turner, Cheree 16, 56, 169
Turner, Renee 183
Turpin, Jay 70, 82, 183, 204
Kimi Masterson, Tina Soltesz, Maren Lueersen, Curt Spencer, Katie Paroska, Jenny Hopkins, January
Jenkins, Brinda Kumar and Tina llc looking so happy.
U, Jun Yong 88, 89, 188
U, Sun-Yong 169
Uchbar Jr., Douglas 189
Ugrinic, Kellie 36, 150
Ugrinic, Kristie 181, 183
Uhlir, Todd 20, 21, 46, 130, 134, 141, 142,
Ulle, Ronald 93, 151
Urban, Michelle 169
Urbancic, Karen 56, 151
Urbania, Michael 183
Urena, Kathia 169
Ussai, Bernice 151
Ussai, Daniel 78, 169
Vanah, Patricia 84, 85, 103, 151, 153, 201
Vance, Kevin 90, 192
Vanderhoff Jr., Thomas 169
Varner, Amy 183
Varsity Chorale 33
Vasko, Robert 183
Veedmont Ill, Pete 169
145, 151, 207
Vehovec, Bryan 188
Velkos, Haralambos 159, 169
Velkos, Joseph 169
Vencl, Michelle 12, 84, 85, 96, 97, 151
Vetman, Michael 151
Viglione, Dave 24, 28
Vihtelic, Patrick 37, 46, 55, 133, 151
Virant, Deborah 151, 153
Vitolo, Gerald 151
Vlach, Julie 187
Vobornik, Jarrod 151
Vocaturo Jr., Fred 190
Voigt, Robert 191
Voll, Craig 46, 169
Volleyball, JVfFreshmen 86
Volleyball, Varsity 84
Von Benken, Bill 72, 137, 142, 218
Von Sick, Christine 187
Vondrak, Nancy 61, 72, 146
Vonsik, Chris 8
Vrabel, Melissa 32, 169
Valencic, Christine 34, 35, 183
Valencic, Michelle 12, 20, 21, 34, 36, 38, 151
Valencic, Ninette 10, 11, 34, 35, 38, 108,
159, 168, 169
Valentic, Katica 169
Valentic, Rose 187
Valentine's Ball 20
Van Dyne, Chantel 32, 47, 169
Van Ho, Kay 62
Van Ness, Gail 44, 151
Vanah, Kathleen 4, 38, 159, 169, 206
Vehar, Joseph 38, 46, 78, 101, 102, 129,
Vukovic, Christine 9, 45, 129, 151
Vurusic, Jayne 192
Wagner, Michelle 32, 192
Wagner, William 183
Wai Napolo 57
Walczak, Philip 185
Wallette, Stacy 193
Walls, Rhonda 169
Walsh, Erin 38, 169
Walsh, Patrick 78, 151, 174
Walsh, Susan 13, 38, 169
Walsmith, Robert 61, 72, 101
Walter, Dianna 169
Walter, Kenneth 95, 188
Walter, Laura 56, 151
Waltermire, Jennifer 32, 33, 36, 47, 169
Waltermire, Kathleen 36, 107, 151
Walton, Derek 53, 92, 93, 202
Walton, Stephanie 32, 33, 36, 169
Walworth, Tara 178, 183
Walworth, Tracy 17, 169
Wandersleben, Carolyn 72
Wandersleben, John 78, 80, 174, 183
Wandersleben, Megan 32, 84, 85, 97, 151
Ward, Patrice 80, 81, 94, 95, 183
Ward, Ta Rhonda 12, 56, 151
Warman, Connie 72
Warman, Suzanne 57, 152
Waschura, Maryann 32, 169
Washington, Nasja 169
Washington, Rashawn 95, 186
Watral, Kimberly 56, 86, 169
Weakland, Cathy 6, 16, 39, 44, 46, 50, 51
107, 110, 113, 114, 133, 134, 137, 141
142, 145, 152, 186, 188, 218
Weakland, John 152
Weaver, Christina 152
Weaver, Pat 56, 72
Weaver, Rebecca 190
Webb, Jason 188
Webber, Michaelle 183
Weber, Eric 193
Weber, Kristen 183
Weber, Michael 174, 183
Welker, Jennifer 32, 160, 183, 218
Weller, Ainsley 152 '
Wendel, David 17, 82, 152
Wengerd, John 169
Wensing, Dan 72, 78, 137, 142
West, Laura 84, 85, 96, 169
West, Yvonne 187
Westover, Peter 169
Weybrecht, Jason 95, 186
Wheeler, David 53, 152
Wheeler, Sheila 183
Whelan, Sean 160, 169
Whelan, Thomas 191
Wherley, Richard 72, 103
Mary 65, 72
Reginald 90, 102
Sheila 24, 29, 183
Whitmore, Lisa 53
Wickware, Anthony Todd 169
Wilcox, Paulnetta 28, 185
Wiley, Rashanda 12
Williams, Angela 53
Williams, Carlena 56
Williams, Carol 53, 72
Williams, Claudia 185
Williams, Elonda 152
Williams, Fatima 183
Williams, Michelle 169
Williams, Monica 190
Williams, Neal 183
Williams, Nicole 183
Williams, Rashawn 8, 77, 78, 183
Williams, Rufus 183
Williams, Stephanie 183
Williams, Tasha 169
Williams, Troy 118, 125
Willingham, Melissa 28
Willrich, Randolph 152
Wilson, Holly 183
Wilson, Khadija R 169
Wilson, Rashon S 184
Wims, Regina 24, 53, 183
Winkleman, Bonnie 183
Winkleman, Gale 152
Winston, Alaster 191
Winston, Carlos 183, 188
Winter Play 58
Wirbel, Mark 46, 169
Witt, Stacey 178, 183
Wojno, Linda 56, 152
Wolenski, Kenneth 24, 28, 102, 190
Wolenski, Lorinne 183
Wollmershauser, Lloyd 152
Wolowiecki, Bryan 23, 24, 25, 29, 31, 33, 39,
Shawn Kobus, Andrew Schwartz and Tracey Baranowski posing pretty at a football game
Yates, Sonya 30, 183 Zigman, Jennifer 152
Year, Last 214 Zigman, Laura 38, 96, 97, 169
Yee, Michele 36, 47, 49, 50, 88, 89, 169 Zingale, Angela 32, 183
Yocum, Robert 63, 113
Yoon, Sang Pil 183
York, Dick 72, 187
Young, Crystal 24, 27, 187
Young Lawrence 169
Young, Michael 183
Paul 24, 28, 186
Karen 72, 108
Stacie 34, 99, 192
Teresa 7 24 26 1 8, 152
Wood, David 152, 153
Wood, Robert 152, 153, 177
Wood, Timothy 188
Wood, Traci 183
Woodard, Steven 24, 29, 125, 169
Woodard, Tameka 53, 193
Woods, Shonda 191
Woods, Valencia 32, 190
Wright, Kimberly 184, 193
Wycoff, Robert 183
Yarish, Lisa 152
Yartz, Leslie 56, 169
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Yurcich, Charles 187
Yurcich, Christine 16, 169
Zagore, Christine 24, 27, 184
Zagore, Theresa 56
Zahler, Alison 38, 44, 47, 50, 73, 159, 169
Zahler, James 185
Zahursky, Carol 190
Zahursky, Theresa 24, 27, 169
Zakrajsek, Janene 34, 35, 36, 45, 192
Zalar, Loretta 190
Zana, Deborah 186
Zanghi, Angela 105, 183
Ziegler, Monica 169
Zivnoska, Edward 95, 191
Zovko, Thomas 101
Zschuppe, Katherine 183
Zubizarreta, Judith 72, 137
Zupancic, Bernetta 24, 27, 28 169
Zupancic, Valerie 32, 33, 36 39 152
Zurga, Mary 183
Zurilla, Kim 53, 152
Zusman, Larry 169
Zwart, Karen 88, 89, 153
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The staff of the Euclidian would like to
extend thanks to all who helped to make
this pook possible. First and formost
thanks go to our advisor, Mr. Von Ben-
ken for the many long hours of hard work
and leadership that he put in and to Miss.
Black our other advisor. Others to be
thanked are: Raimor Studios for process-
ing and printing our photographs, Jostens
Yearbook Company for putting it all to-
gether, the writers and photographers
who contributed their time, and last but
not least the entire student body of Euclid
High School without which this book
could not exist.
Copy Staff: Katie Weakland, Heidi Mar-
tin, Adam Stauffer, Betsy Tobolewski,
Bill Castrovince, Kris Hren, Jennifer
Contributors fl or 2 storiesl: Jeanine
Castrovinci, Nancy Cook, Laurie Bock,
Vicki Jaworsky, Francine Moore, Diane
Hodnichak, Chris Chinni, Jenny Jones,
Sally Bierer, Tina Soltesz, Katie Roach,
Julie Fischer, Erica Richards, Mike Kitch-
en, John Colbert, Jennifer Mason, John
Shivak, Lana Seiler, Doug Matiaska, Julie
Groves, Jennifer Welker.
Photography Staff: Shawn Kobus,
Matt Ballish, Anthony Griffin, Joel Stew-
art, Katie Roach, Tina Soltesz, Adam
Stauffer, Jennifer Welker, Bill Castro-
vince, John Marincek, Helen Chen.
Layout Staff: Bill Castrovince, John
Cindric, Betsy Tobolewski, Matt Ballish,
Mr. William Von Benken
Miss. Katy Black
6000 LUCK CIA!! OF 88
770 copies of the 1988 Euclidian
were printed by the Jostens Printing
and Publishing Division at State Col-
lege, Pennsylvania. The book is print-
ed on Gloss 191 paper stock and in-
cludes 8 pages of natural color and 8
pages of spot color. Souvenir type is
used throughout the book with body
copy set in ten point size and caption
copy set in eight point size. The cover
design was done by senior Julie
Barcza. The final deadline to insure
on-time delivery was February 22,
Euclid High School was full of a
great variety of interests and personal-
ities in 1988. The Euclidian Staff has
attempted to depict everyone to the
best of its ability. Unfortunately, very
few people actually helped to put the
book together. Though the names
were numerous, only a few dedicated
individuals did the work. This is espe-
cially true with the copy and photogra-
phy staff where people contributed
very little time. The Euclidian also re-
grets that some seniors are not pic-
tured because they never bothered to
have their picture taken at Raimor
Studios. The Euclidian office was often
a place of much activity and conversa-
tion, unfortunately not much work was
accomplished and as a result, the com-
piling of the book rested on a few
shoulders. The staff regrets any errors
or omissions that may have been
made. Anyone wishing to work on the
1989 yearbook would be welcome.
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