First Baptist Academy - Cornerstone Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1987
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Helping out in the library, Miss Isbell grades papers on the side.
The joys of teaching include preparing the ever-changing bulletin board.
Sample cases earn a smile from Miss Isbell as she reads from the
Helping out in the library Miss Isbell grades papers on the side.
Although there is no doubt that
her reputation at the Academy
is that ofa tough teacher, she is
genuinely interested in teaching
material that will prepare
students for real life.
She has earned the respect and
love of her students because she
is dedicated and truly cares
about them. She will not be
returning to our school next
year and will be greatly missed.
It is with much love and best
wishes that the 1987
Comerftorze staff dedicates this
volume to . . .
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Kovan, Ashley Berry, Lori Smith. lThird7 Paul Wfilson,
Tony Sravely, Robby johnson, Robert Lanier, jason
johnston, Randy Rogers, Fred Wfilliams, Kevin Mills, An-
drew Embry, Charlie Garcia, Daniel W'all4er, Richard Home
baker, Michael Downs, Lance Mayes, jonathan Sawyer.
lBacl4l Robert Bourdene, Kevin Couch, jason Chalker, An-
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class of '87
WE ALL FALL DOWN. At the summer leadership conference, Miss
Fary and various student leaders play games.
JUNIORS HAVE SPIRIT. As they enjoy football pep rallies, juniors
show class pride and spirit.
NUMBER 1. Cheerleader sponsors Vicki Palmer, Glenda Talkington,
and Pam Hollingsworth cheer their girls on at summer cheerleader camp.
CHEMISTRY CHOIR. Chemistry students enjoy a sing along with Mr. Armstrong.
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PICTURE PERFECT. Senior Homecoming
Nominee, Amy Kirkpatrick, takes one last look in
the mirror before stepping across the football field.
DISASTER STRIKES. After having a small
accident, Sharon Riffe tries to remove pen ink from
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Freshman Class Favorites
A live year veteran, jami Smith lists theerleading and going out
with her friends as her favorite attivities. She feels that since FBA is
a small srhool the closeness of the student body is a real advantage.
Todd Scott enjoys being on the football team and also watching
the varsity games. The thing he likes most about the school is the
Christian atmosphere and the friendliness of the people. This is
Todd's setond year at the Academy,
Sophomore Class Favorites
Although she has been at FBA only two years, Ashley Scott is in-
volved in volleyball, FCA, Spanish Club, and Young Life. Ashley
likes the idea that the kids try to live close to the Lord here.
Andy Kovan who has attended FBA for six years, enjoys the
friendly atmosphere of the students and teachers at FBA. He likes
to go to basketball games as well as play in them. When not in
sehool, Andy enjoys hunting and photography,
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Kim Wilson has attended FBA since
kindergarten. She is involved in
cheerleading, Spanish Club, FCA and
on the Yearbook Staff. The thing she
enjoys most about FBA is the closeness
of all the people in her class. "We are
all one big family."
An avid Saints basketball fan and an
eleven year veteran at FBA, Bob
Beasley spends most of his free time
learning karate, In Bob's opinion the
Christian influence at school is the
best aspect of FBA.
Confused with concern, Coach Hines, Mrs. Finski, and Dr. Estes decide what to do
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Chemistry students, Todd Young, Mary
Green, and Matt Bryant prepare for their
Listening for Saint Spirit, senior Kelli
Allen waits for the roar of the crowd.
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Confronting Paul about the car, his
mother, Mrs. Wilson and sister, Kim,
were shocked to hear that he had wrecked
Helping lieutenant Becky Burnett, senior
lieutenant Allison Loeb adjusts her mum.
Third grader Patti Downey watches
Homecoming festivities dressed in Saint
colors and her homecoming mum.
Resting her smile, Robin Kaup poses
with friends, Amy Kirkpatrick and Lauri
Braced on the back of the Excalibur,
Sharon Riffe begins her reign as
Ready and waiting. The Saints' fans an-
ticipate the breaking of the sign.
To Thee we are true The varsity
cheerleaders and Flahangers lead the
crowd in singing the school song.
The Flag corps awaits its first field perfor-
mance with nervous anticipation.
Senior nominees and escorts strain their
facial muscles as they wait for the last
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Homecoming festivities include more than football
Homecoming, a party traditionally thrown by the student coun-
cil, included an emphasis on alumni activities this year. The prayer
chapel which had been recently completed during the remodeling
of the high school was dedicated during a special alumni reception.
The prayer chapel was completed at the request of the class of
'86 as part of their senior gift. More than 40 First Baptist alumni
registered for the reception. Dr. Criswell was also present to give the
As always, homecoming itself focused on the football game.
Alumna, Buffie Beazley relinquished her crown to senior, Sharon
Riffe, during the halftime festivities. Senior nominees Robin Kaup,
Deana Kinamon, and Amy Kirkpatrick, junior julie Payne,
sophomore Ashley Scott, and freshman jamie Smith and their
Escorted by headmaster, Mr. Fred Lively, Buffie Beazley relinquishes her crown to
Senior, Robert Lanier, chauffeurs newly crowned Homecoming Queen, Sharon
Riffe, around the football field.
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escorts proceeded through a line formed by the
F.B.A. Flag Corps in its premier field
The'football team did its part in making
Homecoming successful by defeating Garland
junior attendant, julie
Payne, was escorted by her
father, Mr. jerry Payne.
Ashley Scott, was escorted
by her father, Mr. Steve
Freshman attendant, jamie
. Smith, was escorted by her
father, Mr. joe Marchman.
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FBA's answer to Mr. T is "Mr. B" -
senior Robert Bourdene.
Sneaking away to the library, senior
Laurel Kayse spends a few quiet moments
Office aides, Randy Rogers and Paul Wilson, laugh in the face of danger -- 4W tons
of athletic equipment to be carried across the street.
Librarian Janice Shanks gives her introduction to the library for the seventh graders,
Trying to finish her Economics test before
the bell, senior Robin Kaup searches her
brain for the correct answer.
Finishing her notecards, sophomores
Michell Kennedy, Lisa Sammons, Cathy
Blackshear, and Kathryn Hogan get a
head start on their research papers.
We're -ffl Sophomores, Thomas
Thompson, Todd Newsome, Kelly
Holder, and Sonja McGill flaunt their
prestigious spirit stick.
Gimme An S Cheerleaders get fans fired
Lights, Camera, confusion BBC
camera men film pep rally
Girls just want to have fun Sr. Girls
huddle at the end of their pep rally
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ursts of cheers were heard from the students as the band played "When the
Saints Go Marching In." Excited cheerleaders and anxious Swirlettes
awaited the entrance of the teams.
Student coordination was tested during the first pep rally when the crowd learned,
"Clap Your Hands Everybody." The cheer not only caught on in the secondary school,
but also the Kindergarten. After mastering in the clapping sequence, Kindergarteners
showed off in front of everybody. The stands loved them,
Another surprise came in the middle of the year, bringing excitement along with con-
' fusion. The school was filmed for a
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il "tte - - crew wanted to film an F.B.A. pep rally.
"They got in the way of everything," said
,., varsity cheerleader, Laura Shanks.
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SQUISH SQUASH SQUAD Varsity
football team piles on Coach Hernandez.
"TO GOD BE THE GLORY"
Flaghangers and cheerleaders sing school
song with enthusiasm.
THE EVIL EYE Deanna gives last minute instruction to Sophomores Leslie Farley
and jenny Marion.
Saints fans form a spirit line to cheer on
Even high schoolers support theirjr.
High teams as shown by Sophomores
Fabian Ryans, Andy Kovan, Kelly
Holder, and Freshman jami Smith.
Chris Messick receives some on-the-
sideline advice from Mr. Deaton.
Freshman jennifer Roeser enjoys the
company of Sophomores as all take a
break from an intense game to pose for a
The McKim family spurs on their team
while Little McKim marches to the beat
ofa different drummer.
juniors Stephen Black and Craven Coates
flank Coach Pittman's little buddy,
Willie, as all three give the status of the
Coach joel Pittman discusses game strategy
with Mess-up and Swooze.
Seventh grader Ashley Ferguson recuperates during an intensejr, High game.
Rah, Rah, Rah! j.V. sponsor Mrs. Palmer
prepares to yell for her Saints.
Using study hall wisely, seniors Gary Don
Lambert and Kevin Mills finish some last
Posing for GQ, senior Paul Wilson
sneaks a peak at the camera during a
Saint pep rally.
Shielding himself from harm, junior
Charles Pokladnik prepares for Dr.
Williams to ring his neck.
Dozing off in class, sophomore Andy
Goznell catches a few Z's during class.
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Pressures on, getting higher, difference is
junior Steve Black stays Dryer.
What? What? What? What? Senior
Peggy Sterling and freshman Lajuana Ed-
wards join in during Saints' spirit chant.
FRESH OUT OF PAPER Erica
Bookman concentrates more on her desk
than her Algebra class.
SPREAD THE WORD Freshmen,
Angela Lowery and Deana Fisher con-
gregate around the lockers and gossip
PEEK-A-BOO Due to the frustration of
term papers and poinsettia sales, junior
julie Payne takes an overdue break.
NOW THAT'S TALENT? Senior,
Heath Rice displays his beautiful master- V , A Www!
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BIG PLANS! juniors, jason Petty and
Keith Youngblood describe for the rest of
the junior-Senior committee their ideas
for the banquets entertainment,
FUTURE DOCTORS OF AMERICA
jamie Howard gives his opinion of Ran-
'a', ' ' I dy Rogers' surgical talents in Biology II
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for more than just studying.
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STRATEGY MEETING juniors,
Skooter, Toddler, Ema, and Cave Man
discuss plans for the approaching State
games in Waco.
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In a flashback to the fifties, the class of '87
recreated one of the most popular musical produc-
tions, Bye Bye Birdie.
Slicked back hair, saddle shoes, ponytails and
poodle skirts covered the stage at Ralph Baker
Hall as 48 seniors portrayed the stories of Rose
Alvarez, Albert Peterson and musical sensation,
Conrad Birdie, and their adventures in Sweet Ap-
A full-scale musical production, complete with
choreography, Bye Bye Birdie required hours of
work from the largest-ever senior cast. Not only
did the principles slave over their lines and their
music but the chorus practiced their songs and
steps over and over for musical numbers like
"Kids," "The Telephone Song,"' and "Gotta Lot
While singing and dancing took work, scream-
ing at Conrad like star-struck teenagers while he
sang "one Last Kiss" came naturally.
Although it was embarrassing, it was a lot of fun
fainting at the sound of Conrad's voice in the
county courthouse scene," said Kelli Allen, the
All the hard work paid off in the form of a great
production and lots of memories. "My favorite
part was when Cathy Godfrey fGloria Rasputinj
broke her shoe on Saturday night," recalls Jason
Chalker, Albert Peterson,
"I loved seeing the hours of hard work pay off,"
said Judy Kayse, director, "When the class of '87
saw what I had known all along - that they could
sing, dance and remember lines, and most of all
that together they could come together and get it
Rose Alvarez tDcana Kinamonl daydreams about her life
with her "One Special Guy."
Gloria Rasputin CCathy Goclfreyj asks Mrs. Peterson
tAllison Loeb! for help as she auditions to the tune of
Mr. and Mrs. MacAffee tPatrick Gibson and Sharon Riffej
are concemcd about their "modem" daughter.
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comforted as Kim MacAffee QS-helly
C-unterj reassures him that "her
steady" is forever.
Albert Peterson Uason Chalkerj at-
tempts to get Rosie to talk to him.
Charmed by the sound of A1bert's
voice, Charles F. Maud fTony
Stavelyj enjoys the romantic song
intended for Rosie.
Kim feels faint and dizzy at the sound of Conrad Birdie's fAndrew Embryj
Ursula Murkle fAshley DeBoardl expresses disbelief that Kim is willing to
give up the Conrad Birdie scream.
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The favorite storyteller, Coach Hines, uses one of
his famous hunting stories as a comparison at devo- is
As he walks out of his condo to load the buses to go
home, Patrick Gibson shows off his Steamboat '
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Before loading the buses to depart, the class poses f.,
for the traditional Senior Trip group picture.
Danny Walker flashes his shades and gets com-
fortable for the four hour bus trip to the Denver
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On Friday, March 13, fifty-five of the Seniors
left DXFW airport for Denver, Colorado. Once in
Denver, the Seniors loaded buses for a four Cturned
into eight due to snowb hour trip to Steamboat
Springs, Colorado. The exhausted students arrived
in Steamboat at about 3:00 a.m. They then moved
into the Promantory Condominiums, where they
would spend the next five days, and tried to get a
few hours sleep before hitting the slopes the next
Every day was filled with skiing, as well as some
great shopping and eating at places such as Ski
Times Square. Some Seniors spent all of their time
shopping and never even made it to the slopes.
Devotional meetings were held every evening.
Everyone met to hear their favorite speaker, Coach
Hines. However the time was spent, each Senior
had a great time spending time with one another.
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Preparing for battle, Andrew Embry makes a
snowball for a great fight.
Already hyped up, Charlie Garcia and Michael
Downs anxiously await the last bell, signaling the
beginning of Spring Break '87.
Amy Kirkpatrick and Merrit Morrison take time
out to relax and reflect at a devotional meeting.
Fun with a flair . . .
Tuxes, top hats, chauffeurs and
corsages, students enjoy a
night on the town.
Academy seniors and juniors cast off
their uniforms in favor of tuxes and for-
mals. They climbed into borrowed cars or
rented limousines for an evening at The
Marriot Mandalay Four Seasons in Las
The class of '88 put out effort and
money to give the seniors an evening with
"A Touch of Class."
"The junior class went all out to make
our last jr.-Sr. the best it could be," said
Senior Melissa Leonard.
Flaming desserts and boat rides on the
canal afterwards were just two extras that
made the night special.
In addition to the traditional presenta-
tion of rings and letters, Senior pro-
phecies, and the senior slide show, seniors
were treated to a narrated presentation of
their baby pictures.
"The baby pictures were humorous,
but also very embarrassing," remembers
senior Nancy Dickert.
According to some juniors, the com-
mittee achieved their goal. "Personally we
felt it was a classy evening and gave us
memories we will never forget," said
Shelly Maines and Katherine Davis.
Continuing an FBA tradition, Doyle
England receives his class ring from
Off for a romantic boat ride, twelve
juniors enjoy a trip around the canal.
Table hopping, Seniors jon Sawyer and
Paul Wilson make rounds, checking out
their classmates' evening wear.
Principal Dr. Estes and her husband and
Athletic Director Coach Hernandez listen
as Mr. Tony Martinez inspires others to
never give up.
Football captains jamie Howard and
Roger Wise present Dr. Criswell with a
remembrance of the 86 football year.
They just can't get away from that gravy.
While other juniors discuss the quality of
the food, Keith Youngblood just tries to
keep it down.
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Athletes receive their due as
banquet goes into overtime
Moving from Coleman Hall to Colony
Park Hotel, the annual Sports Award Ban-
quet featured speakers joe Shearin, an ex-pro
football player, and Tony Martinez, a sport-
scaster from Channel 8.
With the lengthy agenda honoring team
members from every sport, the event which
began at eight o'clock, ended only moments
Fred Vlilliams, Booster Club president,
officiated the program. "He was the best
part," said Andy Metheny. "All of his jokes
Each of the athletes were partial to their
Explaining why football players have no
necks and dents in their foreheads, joe
Shearin laughs along with his audience.
Senior basketball captain Heath Rice honors
own sports. "My favorite part was the
basketball segment," said sophomore
basketball player Matthew Thompson.
Highlights of this year's award win-
ners include Paul Cunningham award,
Doyle England, Head hunter, Fred
Vlilliamsg MVP basketball, Heath
Rice and Staci Runnelsg MVP softball,
Staci Runnels, jim Adair baseball
award, Andrew Embry.
Another member for their senior
scrapbook, Seniors Ashley Deboard
and Lori Smith pose with their dates,
Corey Clark and Chris Coggins.
sports award banquet
The last oi the lasts,
raduation marks the end of
a high school career
Silence filled the Sanctuary on the
night of May 28, 1987 as the Senior Class
began its walk down the aisle.
"It was a night to remember" said
Laura Shanks who took the stage as the
Salutatorian of 1987.
Addressing a group of students who
will be going in their separate ways in col-
lege, work, and military service, Deana
Kinamon, the Valedictorian for 1987, ex-
pressed that graduation was more than
just an education, a graduate must
become well-balanced and seek success by
the quest of knowledge, in all areas of life.
The speaker, Dr. Vfells, urged them to
have real values, not just a real education.
He encouraged the class to make deci-
sions and not fall into the traps of the
world, to have an education of the heart
and not just the mind.
In addition to the presentation of the
Valedictoty and Salutatory awards, Dr.
Suzette Estes presented the Bible award
to Deana Kinamon and two special
athletic awards for highest academic
Valedictorian Deana Kinamon
expresses to the audience how
close her class really is.
Looking Good, Michael Downs
gets his mortar board adjusted
Dr. Wfells speaks to the
graduates on how the
times really aren't
average while participating in sports to
jason Chalker and Ashley DeBoard who
each competed for 4 years in two different
A light board for school news was
presented to Mr. Fred Lively by Sr. Class
President Robert Lanier.
IT'S OVER. With a smile on his face, jamie Howard
gladly accepts his diploma from Mt. Beazley.
Surprised, jason Chalker accepts his athletic award from
First Baptist Alumnus Andrew Embry changes his
On to bigger and better things, Staci Runnels makes
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Mr. Armstrong introduces a new song to his class
Toby Snowden and Michelle Martin continue discussing a
Mary Green,jodilynn Brittain, Kim Leon, and Matt Bryant
rake notes in Bible class
The cast of Brigbf New Wings sings a tune for their friends.
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ible is a great part of any
Christian school, and it is the
cornerstone of First Baptist
Warm bodies filed into
Embree Hall for what they
thought was to be another
year of naptlme. instead
students were awakened
by the variety of speakers
and activities which quickly
caught their attention, in-
cluding plays and musicians.
Instead of the mundane
memorization of scriptures
and dates, the Bible classes
this year have reached out
in new directions by
teaching students how to ap-
ply scriptures to their lives.
An addition to the Academy
is the required quiet time
notebooks which contain
devotional verses for per-
K cowboy version of the beloved disciple, theater arts student Andy Gosnell shares
'he thoughts ofjohn in the fall production.
?.B.A. alumni, Robert King, retums to his old friends for chapel. Bob Beazley takes time out to arch up on
?aul Wilson works diligently in Miss Stark's Bible class.
his quiet time notebook
Mrs. Allen has to repair
yet another typewriter.
Mrs. Tapson struggles to
perform a choir program
in spite of the windy
Senior Laurel Kayse
learns computing under
the guidance of fellow
senior Lance Mays.
at the keyboard
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New sophomores janeanne Speros and
Wes Lonneke pause amidst the duties
of joumalism to compose a song.
Mrs. Gatton aids Junior Carmen
Patterson in de-bugging her program.
tudents cannot walk through
FBA without hearing the click-
clack of the keyboard in use.
From pianos in the drama
room and chapel, to
typewriters in the office and
typing room, to computers all
around school, the keyboard is
a vital part of FBA life.
The computer has con-
tributed its two-cents worth this
year. The school is presently
converting oil files, such as stu-
dent records and schedules, to
computer disks. This will not on-
ly speed up any student-
related operations, but will
alleviate many problems with
records and schedules contain-
ing classes that do not exist -
as in the first few days of the
Seeing students frantically
rush about at the last minute,
desperately trying to find so-
meone to type their research
papers has been a common
sight at FBA. Not so anymore.
All students are required to
take Typing I. These students
receive a working knowledge
of typing and can easily im-
prove their typing speeds in this
half-semester course. An ad-
vanced course is offered for the
What would chapel be like
without the soothing sounds
emitting from the piano,
played so well by sophomore
Scott Warren? Besides chapel
programs, the piano is used in
Theater Arts and choir
Finding the Computer Room empty, junior
Tim White uses it to his advantage.
BY MISTICUTSINGER "1"
jamie Howard and Mike Marion inspect the feral pig that they
are about to explore
Looking the part, seniors Andrew Embry and Kevin Mills,
inspect labels in the lab dressed in proper attire.
Learning French fluency, Todd Young and Rachel Brirtain,
utilize the language lab for their French II activities
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The Mad Scientist - Mr. Armstrong
mixes chemicals with his steady hand.
Ramon Monsivaiz and other chemistry
students work on photochromatology.
Going Overboard - Matt Bryant and
Doug Sheperd protect their eyes, noses,
chins, and necks.
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filled the holls on the offer-
noon thot Biology ll entered
the lob to dissect the dreod-
ed fetol pig.
Chemistry students in their
goggles ond robes could be
cought in the oct of mixing
chemicols ond doing
the physics closs ex-
periments with Archemedes
Principle. The science lobs
ore equipped for oll fields of
experimentation to coor-
dinote with the closses
The longuoge lob is o new
addition to the eleventh
floor this yeor. The lob is
used by both Sponish ond
French students to improve
orticulotion of their
Ionguoge. Upon entering
the lob, o group of students
con be seen weoring
mortion-like ontennos from
Stor Trek. Above the drone
of the voice on the rope 0
soft snore of o disinterested
student is occosionolly
Chemistry students carefully mix
1 BY THOMAS THOMPSON 1
Greg Reich gives his award winning cam-
paign speech for the office of Chaplain.
, new '
on the stage
janna Martin's angel face is in keeping with
her part in her eighth grade drama class.
Srs. Patrick Gibson, Lance Mayes, and
Allison Loeb and sophomore Andy Gosnell
sing the finale in the Drama Club's produc-
tion of "Bright New Wings."
' Deana Kinamon is swept off
her feet by Fred WiUiams.
Heather Pretlove, Heath Rice, and Laura Shanks end up the
on a good note with their rendition of "All I Need to Say" at
eeny Boppers Ashley DeBoard, Laurel Kayse, and Peggy Sterling
sh to the aid ofa love-sick Shelly Gunter.
ll the world's a stage and all
the students merely players.
This statement held true for
FBA this year as the stage
became the center attraction
this year. The Drama Club,
under the direction of Mrs.
Kayse, performed "Bright New
Wings" for the High School
and "Cinderella" for the
Elementary. The Seniors got in-
to the act also with their Senior
Play, "Bye, Bye, Birdie" and
Senior Chapel. Also breaking a
leg this year were the Natural
Helpers with their many skits
for High School and
jim Rathbun and Lance Mayes
rock the chapel with their sax
on the stage
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Seventh-grader jon Brubaker attempts to locate the North American continent.
Juniors julie Payne and
Liz Bell Work overtime ,L by
on their research papers j up 51- -,
at the SMU library, S K 1 ' -t
Which, for many juniors, if
became an extension of ., ir... tiir,. lf? S
the Betty Criswell T A F '
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Chasing a lost thought,
junior Doug Shepherd
stares across the library.
Junior Eric Leatherwood and Sophomore Philip Sexton spend some
intense study time in the periodical section.
juniors Carmen Patterson, Kim
Wfilson, and julie Payne find a
comfortable study spot while
waiting for Cara Howe, junior,
at the library to xerox her sources.
Seventh-grader Daniel Farr searches for
just the right book.
ordes of high schoolers
sprawled across tables,
desks, and chairs, are a
familiar sight in the Betty
Criswell Library. Most of
these diligent scholars are
tackling the most dreaded of
all assignments - the
Well equipped to handle
all their research needs, the
Library was a gift from Mrs.
Betty Criswell's Sunday
School class and the
Development Board of the
Academy. The Library was
given in honor of Mrs.
Criswell herself, so that FBA
students would not have to
trek all across town to meet
their library needs.
Why, besides the research
paper, do students come to
the Library? Sophomore
Christie Cheshire says she
comes for the fiction section.
"I like to get something to
read every once in awhile,
and since the library is so
close, that's where I go,"
Janeane Speros, a new
sophomore, goes for
another reason, "Copies"
Whatever the reason,
students appreciate that
they have access to the
complete, and close, Betty
Senior Paul Wdson is glad for any
distraction from his English paper.
Keith Youngblood tries
hard to remember all the
Sonja McGill takes time e 'X
out to grab a bite to eat ff .
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at Burger King. , 3 o A R it
Matt Bryant displays his .
calm, cool side while l r
concentrating on his ,Ly
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Christie Ashwill asks a
classmate how she did on an
Mary Laura Reynolds just
doesn't know when to quit
junior Jocelyn Patton feels the
heat as she sweats through
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All study and no play, Geoff
Brown takes a break to catch
up on the comics.
anic! Last-minute cramm-
ing. Butterflies. A few com-
mon symptoms characterize
the fear of finals week.
Students constantly ask
themselves, "Have I studied
Some seniors were exempt
from nearly all exams
because they had maintained
an A average and had not
had more than five absences.
The majority of the Seniors,
however, did take most of
their exams, including a
12-page essay for English in
the dreaded "blue books."
Although the seniors
finished first, it was a race all
underclassmen competed in.
The marathon of finals week
left most with very little
brain power, even less rest,
and a huge sense of relief.
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Student Council: opening new doors
Broadening its horizons this
year, the student council began its
work even before the school year
started. Under the guidance of
sponsor Jim Rathbun, the council
organized and hosted an orienta-
tion program to familiarize them
with the school. Student Council
officers wasted no time in creating
and running a school store. An
Alumni Reception was held on
Somber Council Representatives attend the Grand Opening of the school
The 1986-87 Student Council Officers are: CFront, L to RD Assistant
SecretaryfTreasurer Keith Youngblood, President Ashley DeBoardg iBackJ
Vice-President Becky Bumett and Secretary Peggy Sterling.
Mrs. Brittian and Dr. Criswell have a few words to say at the dedication
ceremony of the Prayer Chapel, hosted by the Student Council.
Homecoming, bringing back FBA
students from years past. This
reception is expected to become an
annual function. Alumni Basket-
ball games with the current basket-
ball team were also planned by the
This year the student council has
plans to play a more active role in
student life. "We want FBA to sit
up and take notice of us this year,"
notes Student Council president
Ashley DeBoard. Student council
sponsor, Mr. Rathbun, has planned
to make Parliamentary Procedure
an important part of the council
meetings. All in all, the student
council has decided to take charge
and become the most organized
and accomplished student council
FBA has ever known. l
Monica Monsiavaiz, a seventh grader, prepares her first FBA sundae at
New Student Orientation.
Student Council President Ashley DeBoard and Sophomore class
President Thomas 'Thompson discuss what to do with the new students.
junior Vice-President Liza Roeser and new freshmen Leah Boettinger and Nicole Macaluso can
hardly contain themselves as they play "The Name Game."
The 1986-87 Class Officers are: QFront, L to RD Frosh. Sec. fTreas. jami Smith, Soph. Sec. fTreas.
Sonja McGill, Soph Pres. Thomas Thompson, jr. Sec. f Treas. Wendi Shaw, jr. Pres. Matt Bryant,
QMiddleJ Frosh. Pres. Sudheer jayaprabhu, Frosh. V.-Pres. Elbert Lonzie, Soph. V.-Pres. Kelly
Holder, Sr. Sec. fTreas. Lori Smith, Sr. V.-Pres. Amy Kirkpatrick, jr. V.-Pres. Liza Roeser, CBackJ
Sponsors jim Rathbun and Charlotte Snell. QNot Pictured, Sr. Pres. Robert Lanierb.
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New equipment, new
goals make yearbook
Extremely excited about their new and creative ideas, the
Yearbook Staff anticipated the production of their book. A
few members had attended yearbook camp where they set
the foundation for the building of their new book.
As they arrived the first day of school, they greeted a
wonderful new addition to their staff - the dark room.
They were in awe of the long, narrow, black room lighted
by one small, red light. Their excitement grew as each of the
members learned how to use the chemicals and print the
"When we want a certain picture, we can take what we
want and experiment with different angles," said Chris
Editor, Peggy Sterling said, "Going to camp helped us see
how an award-winning yearbook should be, and that is what
we hope to achieve with this book."
Using the printer, Thomas
Thompson tries to enlarge his
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Designing layouts, Peggy Sterling decides which picture is best.
A sponsor's frustrations are many. Miss Fary watches as her staff unloads 1,000 yearbooks on
the windiest day of the year.
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Misti Cutsinger searches her mind for creative captions.
Smiles of relief. The Yearbook Staff relaxes after the long
haul of delivering the '86 Yearbooks.
YEARBOOK STAFF: Cfronr, from leftj Editor Peggy
Ster-ling, Misti Cursinger, Sharon Riffe, Kim Wilson, Jen-
nifer Blanton, Cbackb Thomas Thompson, Chris Coggins.
Focus ancl Format changes:
Newspaper sports new look
Starting off with a new name, new
look, and new concept, the
Chronicle staff produced seven
issues a year.
The new look was achieved by bet-
ter page design, type setting the
print, and printing the paper on
newsprint. Spot color added a
quality look to the pages.
Based on the verse Ephesians 4:29,
the new concept forced the staff to
Roger plays with the flash and sees dots.
reevaluate its purposes. "No what
ifs," says Sophie Schragin, "they
Editor Heather Pretlove really loves
the paper's new image. "The best
part of the year was seeing
everyones faces when they saw the
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if", 1 ' ' Sophomores Wes Lonneke andjaneanne Speros take a
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award at the newspaper workshop she attended before the
school year began.
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Natural Helpers: Wendi Shaw,
LeighaAnn Wise, Jennifer Lewis,
Liz Bell, Andy Kovan, Ashley
Scott, Bob Beazley, Craven Coates,
Kristen Estes, Craven Coates, Katie
Hudson, Anissa Garcia, Rachelle
Hast, Linda Schratto, Amy Wood,
jenny Marion, Suzanne Reeves,
Gretchen Cox, Margie Wall.
help meet student needs
The National Honor Society and
the National junior Honor Society
continued the tradition of service
and academic excellence. As always
the honor societies served at Dr.
Criswell's birthday banquet in
December. A new service begun by
the honor societies is the tutoring
program. This program is now of-
fered to any student who needs
help in any academic dass.
A new student service organiza-
tion that was initiated this year
is the Natural Helpers. This is a
group of students, chosen for
their leadership within the
school, that works with mainly
junior high students. Through
skits and discussion groups, the
Natural Helpers deal with such
difficult topics as peer pressure,
and standing up for one's
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National Honor Society Seniors: Back, From Left: Peggy Sterling, Heather Pretlove, Heath Rice, Patrick Gtb
son, jeff Cross, Lance Mayes. Front, Deana Kinamon, Lauri Kovan, Allison Loeb, Laura Shanks. Not Plc
turecl: Ashley DeBoard.
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Natural Helpers Rachelle Hast, jenny Marion and
Dollie Clark work on memorizing a skit for chapel.
National junior Honor Society - Back, From Left:
Lisa Kennedy, Harry Frenhken, Jill Santinga, Shannon
Talkington, Deanna Fisher, Lajauna Edwards, Abetha
Hardy, Sudeer jayaparbhu, jennifer Lewis, Randy
Colton. Front, Melody Riddle, Liz Pope, Cari
Santinga, Stephanie Black, Christi Ashwill, Ross
Bryant, Sharon Butler.
National Honor Society - Keith Youngblood, Matt
Bryant, Sonja McGill, jodilynn Brittain, Carmen
Patterson, Kelly Holder, Liz Bell, John Matlock,
Kristen Estes, Gretchen Weaver, Amy Wood, Misty
Farr, Christie Cheshire, jenny Marion, Amy Womack,
Shelly Maines, Angela Cade, Stephanie Adair, Sonya
Merrill, Tim White, james Dean.
Musicians overcome obstacles
for an award-winning season
Turning to the junior High players to beef
up a marching band depleted by ineligibility,
the Varsity Band took the field.
They also took honors at several contests.
They attended two State Fair parades, SMU
Homecoming Parade Sandy Lake Competition,
and hosted the ACSI Contest for all of Texas.
A bright, new addition to the band was the
Flag Corps. It added excitement to the
"One of our traumas this year was trying to
drive to the field to practice while the busses
were breaking down," said assistant drum ma-
jor, Laurel Kayse.
Smiles of success, Regina Rasberry awaits the
roll off before leaving the field.
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Pausing between formations, the band entertains the
Saint fans with their music.
Band was lead on the field by seniors Lance Mayse, Drum , ,
Major, and Laurel Kayse, Assistant Drum Major.
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Mayes, C. Acevedo, S. Warren, Csecondj C. White, A. Com-
er, S. Suniga, A. Hardy, M. Wall, C. Donkervoet, 1. Taylor,
LThirdD M. Seabolt, -I. Thigpen, S. Reeves, Baker, E. Lon-
zie, D. Smith, E. Wilcox, QFourthJ M. Fart, K. Taylor, J.
Matlock, G. Weaver, A. Gatton, W. Edwards, M. Ramsey,
N. Williams, CBackJ C. Fanning, S. Marshall, A. Wood, M.
Lyons, M. Wells, R. Brittain, D. Wickham, R. Rasberry.
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during a pep rally.
Putting down their flags, flag corps members, Amy Wood,
Melanie Wells, and Casey Fanning pick up their instruments
and join the band in the stands.
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Captain Casey Fanning handles her
flag beautifully while the flag corps
presents their debut performance at
the homecoming game.
Front from Left: Kathy Wfhire, Stefani Talley, Penny Brady, Kim Reeves, Amy Mavridis,
Kristen Nelson, julie Kaup Second: Loshati Gardener, Iaum Shmn,jocelyn Lewis, Inga Har-
rison, Brian Poole, Stephanie Tertsthuk, Kristie Howard, Third: jill Grt-envy, jennifer jones,
Shyra Holmes, Mary Young, Lutey jones, joe Slatk, Sturt Fmtske Fourth: Andrew Nance,
ameslrid Travis Fwtrt Nitlt Hurst R an Dunn tnnifet Fincher Kristie Pitt Fifth Ted
Sixth: Adam Atwood, David llatlcer, john Alberts, Steven Short, William Bailey, last:
Dwayne Dummer, David Pretluve.
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stands, the flag corps
make their way back to
Front from Left: Stephanie Hmdall, Pennington Ingley, Meredith Shaw, Amy Bush, Leslie Arnold,
Amie Houghton. Second: Rushawn Talley, Liteefah Booty, Carol Smith, Amy Taylor, Natalie
Weaver, Crystal Davis. Third: Amy Horton, jason Kaup, Chaka Penny, Dean Reed, Matt Martin,
Sam Phillips. Fourth: Hubert Freeman, Angela Rodriguez, Hutl Hartson, Gary Lancaster, Tim
Blakeway, Paul Rouche. Fifth: jeremy Mitro, Watle Hampton, Cass Blackshear, Douglass Reeves,
Mark Faleon,jason larnbert. Last: Isaiah Evans, David Taylor.
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Third: Melanie WeHs,
Regina Rasberry. Fourth:
Mary Lyons, and Amy
The cheerleaders wait
until the band finishes to
hand the flag corps their
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Musicians on the move, band members
perform for judges and fans
"Fun, fellowship, and lots
of hard work" were a few of
the words heard from the
group of girls that made up
the Flag Corps. Eating pizza
at Deanna Wickham's house
before football games was
Sophomore Samantha Mar-
shall's favorite memory. But
it was not all laughs as
junior Casey Fanning points
out. "I hated rehearsing in
the Veal Garage. It stunk
Only performing three
times, two football games
and one pep rally, the flag
corps has an excellent start
on an exciting organization.
Taking the show on the
road, the fifth and sixth
grade bands traveled to
many different places for
more than just flats and
sharps, they visited such
places as Malibu, Sandy
Lake, and Crystals. The days
of practicing at home and at
school paid off when both
bands received a Superior
Displaying her flag in front of the pep rally crowd, Regina elementary band
Rasberry performs with style
Singing with all their hearts, Melody Rittle, Amy Brittain, and Cindy
Sutton blend in harmony at the Christmas musical.
Singing Saints: From. From Lek: Brad Hatfield, Nikki Hurst, Christie
Anderson,jenniferjones, Shyra Holmes, Kassi Allen, Amy Kline, Lance
Talkington, Crystal Beamon, Amy Freeman, janience Pate, Carmen
Kieke, Cam Blackshear. Seroml, jamie Beach, Somer Pyron, Chonda
Williiims, jill Greeney, Amy Taylor, Lori Miears, Stephanie Talley,
jocelyn Lewis, Kristi Guy, Kristen Nelson, Laura Rogers, Kathy White,
Mrs. Linda Tapson, director. Third, Cass Blackshear, Mary Francis
Young, Esther Rohm, Stephanie Mason, Natalie Weaver, Roshawn
Talley, Coshari Gardner, Ashley Sallee, Amy Bryant, Emily Parthemote,
Melinda Hardin, Lateefah Booty, james Ctady. Top, Ted Yeager, Gary
Iancaster, Laura Elmore, Anna Long, Mandy Daniel, Kelly Martin,
jason Kaup, julie Harris, Amy Bush, Shawn Baker, Kristi Howard,joe
Slack, Amy Mavridis, Chad Fulton.
Musicions score "superior"
in store chorol contest
The singing saints and the
F.B.A. girls choir, led by Linda
Tapson, were both rated
"Superior" by ASCI judges at
two different contests. The
From her perch above the music
stand, Director, Mrs. Linda
Tapson encourages the high
school choir to sing louder.
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Singing Saints is an ensemble of
elementary students in grades 4, 5, 6.
The F.B.A. Girls Choir is composed of
girls in grades 7-12.
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Melissa Payne, Sherly Paris, jill Matlock, and jennifer Land
hold the final note of their song.
High School Girls Choir: Front, From Left: janet Packer,
Lisa Baker, Staci Lott, Catherine Brown, Shirly Paris, Carrie
Lively, Carrie Nance, Melissa Payne, jenny Curr. Middle,
Melissa Payne, Allyson Linn, Kelly Clark, Tara Wfilliams,
Shannon Talkington, Latoy Franklin, Jackie Linn, Kristi
Guy. Top, Liz Pope, Brooke Dunn, Tiffany Mayes, Kim
Crowder, jill Matlock, jennifer Land, Monica Monsivaiz,
Lea Fisher, Lori Rakestraw.
Caroling from the choir loft, the
elementary singers keep all eyes on
The Singing Saints sing their
favorite Christmas songs at the
Spanish Club Officers:
From Left: Robin Kaup,
jeimi james, Kevin Couch,
Rachelle Hast, Charlie Gar-
cia, Allison Loeb, Deana
Kinamon, and Debbie Poe.
These officers are appointed
from the Spanish III class.
Catching the Can Senior
Gary Keester and junior
Charles Pokladnik have a
good laugh while dividing
the canned goods in the lob-
by ofthe Veal gym,
Spanish Club. Requirements for
membership include enrollment in
a Spanish class and invitation, a
ritual of collecting pennies for
Fritos, eating baby food, and
memorizing as much Spanish as
Getting into the Christmas spirit,
Sophomore Rachelle Hast holds a
Christmas ornament while Senior
Kevin Couch imitates mistletoe.
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Looking beyond themselves,
Clubs aid need families
Touching many lives, this year the FCA
and Spanish Club have done much more
than hold meetings and have parties. They
have reached out with helping hands and
The FCA met one Sunday afternoon in
November and decided to help tive families
have a happier Thanksgiving. Within the
next two weeks, two large boxes were filled
to the brim with canned and dry goods,
members also passed jars around to be filled
with money during lunch and in between
ln all, the athletes raised over 3200.00
Each family received a box and a bag of
groceries, eggs, a bag of potatoes, a gallon of
milk, and a large turkey.
junior jodilynn Brittain enjoyed the en-
tire, fun-filled project. "The ride was the
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes: Under the leadership of
Coach Herb Baker, the FCA grew
in activities as well as number.
Senior Robin Kaup and jeimi
james add joy to the Christmas of
the two Spanish children by
adding their gifts to the growing
pile of presents.
best, but I also enjoyed visiting the
Hispanic woman" she said. 'Alt made me
thankful for what I have."
The spirit of giving was also evident in
the Spanish Club. Concern for others grew
into a Christmas project for the family of an
F.B.A. custodian. By December 15, a table
in Mrs. Plexco's room was filled with
presents for the children. A bag of groceries,
a poinsettia, and a Christmas tree were also
brought for the entire family.
Mrs. Dorylee Plexco, head of the club,
was talking to a Spanish-speaking custodian
and found that he had two children ia boy,
two years old, and a girl, five years of ageb.
Mrs. Plexco wanted that family to have a
great Christmas, so she asked her Spanish
club to buy small gifts for the children and
bring them to school.
FCA Officers: From Left:
jason Chalker, Kelli Allen,
Jamie Howard, and Paul
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CLOSE CALLS . . .
SAINTS PRIDE, LAST MINUTE
BUT NO PLAYOFFS
The 1986 Saints football team was
one of experience, high potential and
strong determination to win. The
season was filled with comebacks, con-
troversial plays, and great individual
performances, and the true spirit of
The Saints opened their season
against three tough opponents. They
narrowly lost to Bishop Dunne and
Crandall, but showed great effort in an
impressive second half against
Greenhill. The Saints then soundly
defeated Tyler Gorman and pulled out
a close one over a tough Ft. Wonh
Country Day team.
District play began with a victory
over Garland Christian. The next
week was the big showdown against
Dallas Christian. Despite a few ques-
tionable calls by the officials and some
untimely turnovers, the Saints never
gave up. They lost 28-16 and dropped
their district record to I-1.
The team didn't fade after a disap-
pointing loss. They came back and
convincingly defeated Trinity-Cedar
Hill 59-28. The next game against Ft.
Womb Christian was a must win if the
Saints were to make the playoffs. They
held a strong Cardinal team to just 14
points but could not score more than
The last game of the season was
against Trinity Christian. The Saints
found themselves behind early but
came back late in the game and almost
won. With no time left a Trojan run-
ner dove over the defense from the 1-
yard line but it appeared he was down
before he reached the endzone. The
The Falcon quarterback checks his
signals after being confused by a well-
coached Saints defense.
official saw otherwise and ruled it was
a touchdown. The Saints lost 27-23.
Their district record was 2-5 and not
good enough to make the playoffs.
jason Perry prepares ro cover a
Trinity-Cedar Hill receiver.
After racing for a long gain irighrj,
Andrew Embry takes a well-
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England, -I. Torres, A. Kadane, D. Barringer, T. Stavely, J. Sawyer, A, Methene Qsecond
rowj Coach Hendrickson, B. Powell, M. Downs, R. johnson, J. Petty, E. Sevadjian, S. Lott,
J. Mirro, C. Poldadnik, Coach Bowman Qthird rowb Coach Angel, J, Howard, M. Bryant,
M. Rasberry, G. Higgins, T. Kriechbaum, F. Williams, T, Scott, D. Walker, Coach Baker,
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Mills, R. Bourdene, Cfifth rowj G. Keester, F. Ryans, K. McKim, K, Monsivaiz, K. McKim,
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opening coin toss.
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quarterback Matt Bryant, waits
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Crandall ball carrier.
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watches the offense from the sidelines.
Doyle England attempts to elude an
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- varsity boys' basketball
And one makes Three
Saints continue their district reign
Billed as a rebuilding year, the 1987
team surprised Saint fans by bringing
home the TAPS state championship
trophy for the third consecutive year.
The team overcame many obstacles to
clinch its 27-4 record.
Only seniors Heath Rice and Chris
Coggins had significant varsity playing
time. Although the team had little var-
sity experience or depth, the squad was
fortunate not to be plagued with major
injuries or eligibility problems.
In a Christmas holiday slump, the
Saints dropped 3 of 5 games. In spite of
a tough non-district schedule, they lost
only one other game and demolished
their district opponents to Hnish 10-0 in
district for the fifth straight year.
The team was led by its captain,
All State and All Star and TAPS All
Tournament Team Member.
Senior Chris Coggins accumulated
the points and rebounds to earn him
spots on the TAPS District I team
and the TAPS All State Tournament
Team. He was also chosen as a TAPS
Other All State Tournament team
members were juniors Steve Black
and Scott Thompson.
At the end of a successful year,
Coach joel Pittman commented,
"What made the season special was
the fact that I had dedicated it to my
father following his death last
Heath Rice who was named b TAPS
, Y the hoop, displaying inside strength.
officials as District I MVP, TAPS
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VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL: Coach joel Pittman, Marty
Nichols, From Left: Doyle England, Craven Coates, Scott Thompson,
Heath Rice, Chris Coggins, Steven Black, Matthew Thompson, Doug
boys basketball Shepherd, Todd Young.
Three in a row, the Saints gladly ex-
cept their third straight state cham-
Showing his leadership skills, Todd
Young attempts to set the Saints up in
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a Ft. Worth Christian defender.
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while Chris Messick tries to move in
for good position.
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as Heath Rice puts up a shot against
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and junior Steve Black keep their eyes
on plays during a time out.
The Saints bench celebrates as the
clinching free throws go in at the
VARSITY BASEBALL: Front, From Lejii
David Barringer, jason March. Middle,
jamie Howard, Alan Gatton, David
Grandstaff, Andrew Hill, Chris Messick,
Mark johnson, Kyle Carter, Ricky Spruell.
Bark, Coach Don Hendrickson, Kevin
Mills, Andrew Embry, Gary Keester, Brian
Hurd, Ray Deaton, Matt Bryant, Emile
Sevadjian, Coach Steve Adair.
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another state championship
Once again the Saints were unstoppable
in their quest for the state playoffs. For the
fourth year in a row, the team has won
district and gone to stare, this time placing
The first day of state competition was
disappointing for Saints, who brought
home the first place trophy for the last three
years. With an early lead in game one, the
Saints led until the eighth inning when
Episcopal of Houston scored twice to win
Most team members and fans agree
about the best game of the year. "Nolan,"
said senior Brian Hurd. "We won in extra
innings and got to go to state."
According to the players, the play that is
the most fun to execute is "the tummy
play." To distract the pitcher from the run-
ner on second base, the first base runner
makes a play for second then crawls back to
first on his tummy.
This year's team was laden with honors,
Senior Kevin Mills won MVP and Andrew
Embry received the jim Adair Award.
TAPS honors included All State Touma-
ment team members Andrew Embry, Kevin
Mills and sophomore Chris Messick, All
District Team I members were Emile
Sevadjian, Kevin Mills, Matty Bryant, Chris
Messick and Andrew Embry, who was nam-
ed player of the year.
With an eye on the pop fly, senior Kevin
Mills and junior Emile Sevadjian await the
Winding up for the pitch, sophomore Chris
Messick prepares to throw a strike.
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shortstop Ray Deaton covers sec-
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conference on the mound.
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Sophomore Chris Messick "Mess"
makes another fabulous hit.
Making his move, Todd Newsom
passes a runner in the mile.
Gary Don Lambert achieves the
position which enables him to win the
jason Chalker prepares to throw a
state-qualifying throw at the District
The Guys Varsity Team L to R,
Front Row: Thomas Thompson,
Todd Newsom, Gary Don Lambert.
Second Row, Billy Lambert, Mokie
Raspberry, Stephen Lott. Third
Row, Coach Herb Baker, jason
Chalker. Not Pictured, Randy
Rogers, Fred Vlilliams.
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jason Chalker and jon Sawyer are
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and form in the discus.
-varsity boys track -
and then there were
Committed iew learn
Forced to overcome great odds for an
outstanding year, by a team which slowly
dwindled from 30 to 8, the team had a
mshed start this season. With minimal pro-
tection, the varsity boys went to the Wylie
"Although we were few in number, we
learned that with hard work and commit-
ment we could improve ourselves no matter
what talents we began with," commented
Coach Herb Baker. However, the team was
plagued with late starts and injuries up until
the District meet.
jason Chalker qualified to go to Waco in
the Shot Put. Gary Don Lambert not only
qualihed for state in the mile and 2 mile
run, but had the fastest time in the state for
the 3200 meter run.
Coach Baker remarked, "Hopefully the
discipline we learned for our physical bodies
will continue to help us throughout our life
as we discipline ourselves to be followers of
varsity boys track
VARSITY GOLF: From Left, Robby johnson,
Paul Wlilson, Roger Wise, Tony Sravely, Doug
Shepherd, Brad Fogerty, Eric Miller, Ed Harris,
Coach Marty Nichols.
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Determination can't quite deliver
Four determined seniors, including team
M.V.P. Paul Wilson, were teed off and they
had reason to be. They had their minds
made up that they were going out on top.
With their attitude of determination, the
team had the right outlook, but they lacked
In a last minute effort, the team qualified
M.V.P., Paul Wilson, gives a drive all he's
got and a whole lot more.
Making par, a perfect swing is the key to the
for state the day before the deadline.
They traveled to Waco for the tournament
where Paul Wilson was low man with an 84.
Other team members had good games, but
their efforts weren't quite enough.
Tony Stavely executes a perfect drive.
Coach Marty Nichols gives advice on
a difficult shot.
Shuffling back and forth, Geoff Brown
waits for his opponents return.
jamie Berry takes a breather from her
strenuous tennis workout.
Annissa Garcia shows her M.V.P. form
and delivers a powerful forehand over the
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Sharing his vast knowledge of tennis,
Coach Pittman discusses the tournament
with another team's coach.
Scott Thompson daims himself as
number one, but Liz Bell laughs at the
- vorsity tennis -1-
Team makes a
good showing in
Although the Tennis team did not
receive much recognition during the
season, they certainly did prove that
they knew what they were doing.
The Saints were district runner-up,
and they placed fairly well in non-
district play. Young and inexperi-
enced, the team was still successful.
Sophomore Annissa Garcia and
junior Geoff Brown were the teams
M.V.P.'s and were instrumental in
leading the attack on the Saint's
Tenni: Team Top, From Scott Thompson, Steven Black, Coach Joel Pittman, jen-
nifer Lewis, jamie Berry. Bottom Row, Greg Wagner, Geoff Brown, Jeff Scarborough,
Liz Bell, Anissa Garcia.
Melody McKim goes up for another
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Pokladnik, A. Cade, H. Hayes, K. Estes Cbackj Coach Lisa Finch, S
Schragin, M. McKirn, S. Runnels, L. Wise, Coach Linda Green
vorsity volleyboll -
on the mend .
New strategies bring the
taste ot victory
Coming into a new year with the
memories of last year's winless
season, the girls' efforts made this
Finishing the season a respectable
6 and 10 the squad used several new
pattems of court coverage and skill
tactics to ready themselves for the op-
Several new players also added a
great deal to the team, Melody
McKim a 5' 10" surprise from home
school, not only added height but
also a great spike. Sophomore Angela
Cade joined the starting lineup in her
first year on the volleyball court.
Retuming from knee surgery,
Staci Runnels added a new dimen-
sion to the offense as a second setter,
and as a spiker. New coach, Lisa
Finch, brought enthusiasm to the
girls this season, with her fresh ideas
and new coaching concepts. Coach
Linda Green finished her final season
as the Saints coach because of the ap-
proaching birth of her first child.
Serving, the key to voUeyball
offense, is demonstrated by junior
Coach Green encourages her
players during a time out.
Holly Hayes finishes the play by
putting the ball over the net.
The perfect jumpshot, junior
Meredith Foster scores two
against the rough Garland
Before the start of the game,
Coach David Melton leads his
team in prayer.
All eyes on the ball, Senior Staci
Runnels and junior Wendi Shaw
waitlfor the rebound.
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Wendi Shaw puts it to the hoop.
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A season high
Girls advance to regional play
Ending district play with a 9-1
record, the Varsity girls flew down
to Houston for regionals after clin-
ching District Co-Champs.
"It was our saddest game,"
remembers junior Meredith Foster.
"Houston was not a very good
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Each girl had to agree her
favorite game was against Ft.
Worth Christian. "We won by one
point at home to be co-district
champs and go to the play-offs,"
said sophomore Angela Cade.
The year was not all serious
moments. "We were playing Ur-
saline and I fouled out in the first
quarter," said Senior Staci
Many girls this year were
selected as T.A.P.S. athletes: First
team - Staci Runnels and Melody
McKimg Second team - Wendi
Shawg Honorable Mention -
Melissa Leonard, Meredith Foster
and Angela Cade.
Sucking on her Water bottle, junior
Wendi Shaw quenches her thirst.
Varsity Girls Basketball: Left, From Right: Meredith Foster, Angela
Cade, Staci Runnels, Wendi Shaw, Melody McKim, Sophie Schragin,
LeighAnn Wise, Melissa Leonard, and Coach David Melton.
Melissa Leonard decides whether or
not to lead off first.
- varsity softball
A slow start
Girls finish season with
hang and a trophy
A slow start did not stop the
Saints from setting their sights on a
state championship. With an
undefeated district record of 10-0
and overall record of 17-4, the girls
had a terrific season.
With a heart-stopping finish at
the state championship game in
Waco, Angela Cade's bunt
brought home the winning run to
earn the Saints their first state
trophy since 1985.
When asked to sum up this
year, sophomore Kristen Estes said,
"We all had lots of fun together
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The girls also made a good
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have a conference on the mound.
Junior Meredith Foster stretches to
catch a pop fly.
Varsity Softball: From Left,
Front: Leigh Ann Wise, Holly
Hayes, Cathy Godfrey, Staci
Runnels, Melissa Leonard,
Meredith Foster, jackie Chamblee
Back, Shandra Lamb, Andrea
Rodriguez, Kacy Spares, Angela
Cade, Kristen Estes, Pam Henry,
Heather Huffman, Coach David
The Girls Varsity Team L to R,
Front Row: Regina Raspberry,
Krista Tupacz, Kelli Allen, Ashley
DeBoard, Jocelyn Patton. Second
Row, Coach Lisa Finch, Pam Loupot,
Wendy Bearden, Miata Cunningham,
Regina Raspberry warms up before
Amanda Osborne hands the baton to
Jocelyn in the 400 meter relay.
varsity girls track Krista Tupacz leads her heat in the
400 meter dash.
- vorsity girls' trock
Small but swift
Determined team makes its mark at state competition
"God gave the Varsity Track team a very
productive and triumphant year," replied
Coach Lisa Finch when asked about the track
Meets were held mostly against 2-A schools
so that athletes could compete at a slightly
higher level to prepare for the Tom Landry
Relay and district competition. By the morning
of the Trojan Relay the girls were ready, placing
second in both the mile and sprint relays and
ga.ined points with Ashley DeBoard's third
place win in the 100 meter race.
Wendy Bearden practices her throw
before her event.
Jocelyn Patton explains Tyler Street
men to Kelli Allen,
The entire girls' track team qualified for state
competition at the district meet in Addison.
The sprint and mile relay teams placed second,
Wendy Bearden took third in both shot and
discus, Krista Tupacz placed first in the 400,
and senior Ashley DeBoard took third in the
Once at State the team continued to make its
mark. The girls' relay team placed third with
their fastest time ever of 52.7, while the girls'
mile relay matched this effort with a third place
finish and a school record of 4:29.
Ashley DeBoard placed fourth in the 200.
Also qualifying for state were Pam Loupot, Kelli
Allen, Wendy Bearden and Krista Tupacz.
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In spite of pain
Cheerleaders experience blue ribbon year
Thoroughly drained from five long, hot days
of all work and no play, the Varsity
Cheerleaders were filled with new excitement
when they heard their name announced for the
nomination of Award of Excellence. Although
they suffered sore muscles and bruised knees,
they achieved five blue ribbons and three spirit
Spending most of the year in a knee brace,
Misti Cutsinger did not let her injury keep her
from boosting Saints' spirit. Not the only
catastrophe, Kelli Allen chipped her tooth with
her megaphone while chanting "Two bits, four
A new addition to Varsity Cheerleading, the
Senior Flaghangers practiced with the girls and
helped them build more creative stunts.
Basketball season began on a controversial
note, Varsity Cheerleaders pushed to be able to
cheer at more Saints' games. The limited
An enthusiastic sponsor, Miss Hollingsworth
gets geared up at camp for a year in the stands.
GOTCHA! The varsity cheerleaders tantalize
schedule, originally proposed to create a games, the cheerleaders accepted a proposal
balance in supporting both the guys' and to include additional games for both guys
girls' programs. and girls.
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With the aid of several Flaghangers, cheerleading stunts reach new heights.
Referred to as the Christmas tree, this stunt puts pressure on head
cheerleader, Laura Shanks, who supports the three girls above her.
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Wilson, Julie Payne, Shelly Maines, Qsecondl Head
Cheerleader Laura Shanks, Misti Cutsinger, Liza
Roeser, Cbackl Sharon Riffe, Sponsor Parn
juniors, Liza Roeser, Misti Cutsinger, and senior Kelli
Allen explode as they show their Saint spirit.
BENCHED FOR GRADES Gary Don
Lambert, Randy Rogers, Paul Bernhard still add
excitement to the pep rallies.
Varsity Cheerleaders and Flaghangers join
together and thank the Lord for a victorious
Homecoming game against Garland Christian
Spirit soars, grades slide
pep to rallies and games
Enjoying a new year of stunts, cheers, and spirit, the
Flaghangers learn making the grade can be very hard. Even
after missing the last game because of ineligibility, the all-
boy team still managed to have a full year of fun. "I enjoyed
them because they helped us with stunts and cheers," said
senior cheerleader Kelli Allen, "but most of all, I remember
how their spirit and enthusiasm added so much to each
THE KICKOFF Brian Hurd supports Senior Kelli Allen
while she rings her cowbell at the start of the second half.
Flaggers do a "V" on the floor dur-
ing the Dallas Christian pep rally.
H I P - H I P -
H O O R A Y !
Senior Gary Don
Lambert into the air
to raise Saint spirit.
together before perfor-
ming in the Bishop
Dunne pep rally.
Front From Left: Ber-
nie the Super Saint. Se-
cond, Gary Don
Lambert, Randy Rogers,
Brian Hurd, Paul Ber-
nhard. Third, Andrew
Captain Deana Kinamon and Lieutenant Allison Loeb head up their lines as
the Swirlettes perform a hoop routine.
The Swirlette officers enjoy some free time between rehearsals in New York
where they performed in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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Smith, Captain Dana Kinamon, Lieutenant Becky Burnett, Lieutenant Allison Loeb.
Second, jenny Marion, Dollie Clark, Dana Vandivort, Katie Hudson, Donna
Douhitt, jackie Chamblee, Ruth Cooper, Cathy Godfrey, Andrea Rodriguez, Leslie
Farley, Back, Melanie Edwards, Cara Howe, Ashley Berry, Kellie Kile, Lajuana Ed-
wards, Peggy Sterling, Wendi Shaw, Shannon Wofford, Cathy Blackshear, Melissa
Leonard, Pam Lupout, Shelly Gunter, Deana Fisher.
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New outfits and New York-bound
officers mark a great year
Nice girls stood together, holding hands, as the final seconds of the final game of their Senior
ticked away. These nine Senior Swirlettes began to cry. "It wasn't just because we lost the
game,": Captain Deana Kinamon, a four-year veteran of the Drill team said, "It was because I
knew I had stepped out on that field for the last time, and it was all over."
Drill Team began this year for the 28-member squad in August at "boot camp."
Choreographers came and taught the girls various routines for upcoming games and pep rallies.
Altogether the girls learned an amazing 10 routines in only 5 days.
"The most exciting change this year in the Drill Team," according to Sponsor Monica
McBrayer, "was the new uniforms. The girls really looked great out there." The girls anxiously
waited each week for their uniforms. After several weeks of hopeful prayer, the girls did receive
their uniforms a few weeks late. The uniforms were unveiled at the Crandall game.
Swirlette officers were honored this year by being selected to perform in the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. FBA officers were the only group from Dallas to go to
New York. Once in New York, they joined nearly 300 other girls from around the country and
performed on national television on Thanksgiving Day.
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Captain Deana Kinamon keeps rookie Leslie Farley
in shape at a pep rally.
Wendi Shaw leads her half of the line on the
sidelines prior to a half-time performance.
john Torres receives some last minute
instruction from Coach Angel before
returning to the field.
A scramble for the ball causes a player
Coach Martin gives some 4th quarter
advice to the j.V.
THE AGONY OF DEFEAT.
During the j.V.'s final game of the season against Trinity, play stopped
for 30 minutes while coaches and paramedics attended Todd Scott, whose
lower leg snapped as a result of a tackle.
Sad Hnish . . .
Injury mars end of JV season
The crowds watched as Todd
Scott was carried off the field and
into the ambulance after he suf-
fered a break to his lower left leg.
A year full of learning experiences,
ended with the team's loss to
Trinity and Todd Scott's injury
Mokie breaks away with the ball for
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which kept him a hospital bed for
The j.V. football team rounded
up the season inning 3 and losing
6, an improvement over last year's
Dallas Christian faces up to the
formidable Saints defense.
At first and goal, center, Roland
Castillo, prepares to snap the ball to
quarterback, john Torres.
Coaches assist the paramedics as they
load Todd Scott into the ambulance
Front From Left: Coach joel
Pittman, Andrew Taylor, Coach
Marty Nichols, Back: jason
Walker, Doyle England, Andy
Kovan, Fabian Ryan, Ken Mkim,
Randy Colton, Matthew Thomp-
son, Doug Shepherd, Larry
Kalahan, Brad Fogherty, Danny
Prescott, james Dean.
Displaying his defensive skills,
Sophomore Matt Thompson
pressures his man and denies him
On a perfect layup, Sophomore
Chris Messick scores two against
Checking his stats, Chris Messick
compares himself to his opponent
with the help of Mr. johnson.
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The closing seconds . . .
Boys unable to snag
"Matt Thompson made the
winning shot at the last second
buzzer," recalls Sophomore Chris
Messick. The leading scorer with
an average of fourteen points per
game, Chris said his most
memorable moment was the season
opener against St. Marks.
All memories of the season did
not include victory at the buzzer.
"The last game of the season and
we were playing for the co-champs
of the TAPS District l," said Andy
Kovan. "A Ft. Worth Christian
player shot a ball in the air and
another one of his players caught
the ball and scored at the buzzer
allowing Ft. Worth the undisputed
title of District Champs."
Chalking up a year to ex-
perience, the predominately
sophomore junior Varsity ended
the year at 10-6 overall and 7-5 in
Able to claim a winning season,
but no co-championship, many
players can look forward to the
chance at varsity basketball.
Showing his jumping ability,
Sophomore Randy Colton scores
two against Dallas Christian.
Anticipating the ball, Sophomore
Mark johnson prepares for a layup.
Meredith Foster waits to pass the ball
to setter Jennifer Lewis.
Wendy Bearden hits the ball in an
unusual way, but yet still gets it over.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Front, From
Left: Jenny Durrett, Leah Bottinger,
Meredith Foster, jemmifer Roeser.
Middle, Coach Karin Fary, Christie
Ashwill, Angela Lowery, jennifer
Lewis, Heather Hoffman, Amy
Colton, Tamie Smith. Back, Amber
Anspacher, Ashley Scott, Kristen
Estes, Debbie Pokladnik, Wendy
Bearden, jennifer Blanton.
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Girls overcome great odds lor
a winning season
A season full of ups and downs,
concluded on a positive note when
the girls defeated Fort Wonh
Christian, a team which had
knocked the Saints out of top
bracket of the Trinity tournament
earlier this fall.
Coach Karin Fary enjoyed her
first year as the Saints instructor.
Both she and the girls learned new
skills, and new appreciation for the
The 1986 j.V. Basketball team,
however, came out with a more pro-
ductive season, winning 5-4 games.
Christie Ashwill's and jennifer Lewis'
most memorable game was with Fort
Worth Christian because they had to
play 3 on 3 since half of the team was
ineligible and the other two fouled
Christie Ashwill waits to take the ball
back down the court.
JV BASKETBALL: Front, From
Left: Lajuana Edwards, Wendy
Bearden, Pam Loupot, Christie
Ashwill, jennifer Lewis. Back,
Shandra Lamm, Andrea Rodriquez,
jennifer Roeser, Kacy Spares, Coach
Wendy Bearden hopes to make this
shot go in.
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jr high 6: jv cheerleading-
Up close . . .
Cheers for television and
an undefeated season
Maybe their names aren't household
words in England, but the J.V.
Cheerleaders vividly remember their
day in the British Broadcasting Com-
pany's spotlight. When the British
Television Co. filmed an F.B.A. pep
rally, the squad thought it would be
exciting. However, according to Miata
Cunningham, "the film crew got on
our nerves." "We thought it was our
best cheer," said jami Smith, "but
they kept getting in our faces."
The eight member group began its
year at SMU Cheerleading camp, the
foundation of all squads. From their
first thoughts of disgust in the dorm
rooms, the girls rapidly pulled together
to win a blue ribbon the last day.
Their "front row" vantage point
gave the squad a close look at the pain
of football. During the final game of
the season, the j.V. Cheerleaders stood
and watched Todd Scott be carried off
the field after his bones snapped. The
game is one of Amanda Osborne's
most vivid memories.
JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS: ifront,
from leftj janet Packer, Amy Taylor,
Catherine Brown, Belinda Foster, Ashley
Douthitt, Qmiddle rowj Tara WiUiams,
Angie Melton, Lisa Baker, Lbackj Shannon
Junior High marks the beginning of
many new experiences - pep rallies,
football games, basketball games and
cheering for their classmates.
Making the adjustment to junior
High, the cheerleading squad struggl-
ed with the problem of ineligibility.
However, their enthusiasm was not
dampened by their fluctuating
The 7th grade football team really
gave the girls something to cheer
about, finishing the season undefeated
in conference play.
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High squad helps the crowd encourage the
jr high and jv cheerleading
Making their way through 86, the
j.V. cheerleaders perform for the
halftime crowd at a home
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.Iami Smith sneaks a glance at the crowd
No pep rally is complete without the upbeat
routine of the j.V. cheerleaders
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-I.V. CHEERLEADERS: Cfront, from leftl jamie Berry, Amanda
Osbome, Kelly Holder, Amy Sconyers, Cbackh Miata-Cunningham, Sonja
McGill, Nicole Macaluso, jami Smith
Shannon Talkington and the other cheerleaders know that their jr. High
team is 9591
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jr. high footboll
Seventh grade wins district,
Eighth cancels games
From the frustration of losing a
large percentage of the eighth graders
because of grades to the joy of a
seventh grade team with an
undefeated record in District play,
junior high football was filled with
Seventh graders had the spotlight.
Several of them were called upon to
play on the eighth grade team to keep
from cancelling the season. As a team,
the younger group remained unscored
Eighth Grade Team: Qfront from leftb Paul
Kadane, jason Martin, Jud Hartson, Tyron
Nelson, Brent Belvin, Tim Heaton, jeremy
Durretr, lmiddleb Coach Chandler, Vashon
Dacus, Michael Beardon, David Grandstaff,
Ca.lvin Cross, Paul Hawkins, Coach Nicholes,
ibackb Brad Dean, Christian Garcia, Mark
Quinng Chad Wyrostek, Ross Cunningham,
Coach Nicholes gives his players a pep talk.
upon in District and earned the
The eighth grade finished with a
winning record at three and two.
Michael Curtis breaks away from the pack.
jr high football
Miguel lnteriano prepares to catch the ball
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jim Lively celebrates six points.
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Domingo Lazaro takes a run with the ball.
Seventh Grade Team: Kfront from left! Coach Challender, Domingo
Lazaro, Charley Smith, Matthew Martin, joel Pullis, Michael Curtis,
Coach Nicholes, Csecond rowl Clayton Coates, Adam Kadane, Chad
Kline, jim Lively, Paul Wfells, Jon Brubaker, Cthird rowj jeff Barnes,
Sean Covin, jason Jarrett, Greg Cox, Matthew Beecham, Eric Morrison,
ilast rowb Miguel Interiano, Chad Fineske, Paul Parris, Brad Brittain,
Kevin Keith, jason Hardin.
jr high football
- jr. high basketball -
Both teams place in
Undisputed District Champs, the
7th grade team concluded a 9-1
season with the help of leading scorers
Miguel Interiano and Brad Bittain,
Dominating the league in both
football and basketball, the 7th
graders proved they were forced to be
According to Coach Peter
Challender both Greg Cox and jeff
Barnes improved greatly throughout
the season. Coach Challender looks to
improve individual discipline in next
At 8-3 the 8th grade team tied for
second place in the district.
"With cheerleaders spurring us on,
the team was victorious in spite of
close overtime games," said Coach
Challender. Coach Challender sees
room to improve team efforts, but the
individual efforts of Christian Garcia
and Calvin Cross, leading scorers, were
Credited by their coach with most
improvement were Hank Quisenberry
and David Grandstaff.
Christian Garcia releases the ball on
what could be a deciding point.
Calvin Cross sonks his free throw
Coach Challender explains to
his team the way to win.
Calvin Cross shoots a crucial
free throw shot.
Front Row, Left: john Barnes, Clayton Coates, Greg Cox, Miguel In-
teriano, jim Lively, Coach Challender. Back, Left: jeff Barnes, Adam
Kadane, Chad Fineske, Brad Bittain, Paul Wells, Matthew Martin.
jr. high basketball
Coach Challender huddles with his team for some time-out strategy.
Ross Cunningham is ready to get the rebound.
Front, Left: Coach Challender, jeremy Durrett, Calvin Cross, Michael
Bearden, Vashon Dacus, john Baker. Back, Left: Christian Garcia, Brian
Albrecht, David Grandstaff, Ross Cunningham, David Dodgen, Hank
jr. high basketball
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in the district race . . .
third place h0IIOI'S
Third place trophy was a welcome
sight forjr. High boys track,
This years track team's high
numbers evoked "competitiveness like
never before," said Coach Martin. The
hard work paid off as the boys and
girls competed in 4 meets and the
boys took third in the district meet.
Mark Quinn was awarded most
outstanding trackster of the year.
Laura Moore gives the long jump
her best shot.
Mark Quinn takes a big jump.
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Jumor runners capture and julie Evert talk a little bit
jr. High Girls Track Team: From Left, First Row: Ashley Ferguson, Ann james, Stacy Townsley,
Rebecca Carreon, Christi Guy, Coach Fletrus. Second Row, Amber Powell, Shirley Parris, Melissa
Payne, julie Evert, Stephanie Carre-on, laura Moore, Erica Bookman. Third Row, Angela Daven-
port, jaquita Weaton, Staci Lott, jill Santiga, Lisa Baker, Leslie Halom, Paulette Neece.
jr. high track
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Ross Cunningham, Mark Quinn, Paul
Parris, and Christian Garcia take a
quick break to rest before they begin
the next event.
j Calvin Cross gets ready to throw the
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jr. High Boys Track Team: From Left, First Row: Paul WeUs, Tim Heaton, Michael
Bearden, Brent Belvin, john Brubaker, Coach Martin. Second Row, Rob Nielson, Ross Cunn-
ingham, jason Hardin, Calvin Cross, Mark Garrett, Matt Ramsey, Third Row, Chad
Wrystok,john Baker, Paul Parris, Chris Isovado, Mark Quinn, Christian Garcia.
jr. high track
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Teamwork. . .
Young teams master skills to compete
The jr. High Volleyball team
finished its first-ever season with a
4-6 record. The Coach, Mrs. Pam
Cresswell, enjoyed the season and
thought the team worked very well
"Our stats may not have been
the best but we gained a lot of
valuable experience for next year,"
said team member Laura Moore.
The jr. High Basketball team
however, ended with a very respec-
table 8-2 for the seventh grade and
7-3 for the eighth grade.
jaquita Deaton and Angie
Melton both enjoyed the game
against Dallas Christian because
the team really pulled together as
VOLLEYBALL Front, From
Left: Coach Pam Cresswell, Stacy
Townsley, Ashley Ferguson, Kim
Kirby, Brenna Parthmore, Amy
Weaver, Cindy Sutten, Laura
Moore, Kristi Guy, jaquita
Deaton, julie Everett, Monica
Monsivaiz, julie Rusk, Sheryl
Taylor, LaVVanda Ballard.
Brenna Parthmore rares back to
serve the ball.
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Coach Cresswell, in the midst of her
team gives them a pep talk during a
The jr. High Lady Saints gather to
pray before they go on to the court.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Front, From Left: Stacy Townsley, Brenna Parthmore,
jaquita Deaton, Angie Melton, Amy Weaver, Kim Kirby, Stephanie Carreon, l,aWanda
Ballard, laura Moore, julie Everett, Rebeka Carreon. Back, Coach Linda Green, julie Rusk,
Bridgett Harrison, Shannon Welch, Sheryl Taylor, Monica Monsavaiz, Stacy Lott, Lisa Baker.
Breaking out of the huddle, the eighth grade team gets ready for the second half.
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Dear precious friends and students of our First Baptist
Our wonderful school was born in prayer. After seeking to
establish the institution for 30 years, the dear Lord in heaven
finally opened the door for us to begin. From that day until
ithis the Academy has been an untold blessing to thousands
and thousands of our people who have seen it grow and who
have supported it both in gifts and in making it possible for
boys and girls to attend. A
As great as has been the story of the school in these im-
mediate years past, our greatest years are those that lie ahead.
We live them one at a time, and that means that this present
year and this coming year are a part of that tremendous pic-
ture. As long as we are true ro the faith in jesus Christ and as
long as we honor our Lord in every area of academic life, the
blessing and the pleasure of God will ever rest upon us.
It is now for us to work together to build this marvelous
school. We must pray for the trusteesg we must pray for the
administrationg we must pray for the facultyg we must pray
for the studentsg we must pray for the homes and families
from whence our students come. Other institutions in the
earth are built upon secular and human values. Our First
Baptist Academy is built upon the Saviorhood of jesus our
Lord. Every subject we teach is to reflect His mind, His
heart? His love, His grace, and His spirit. The more of Christ
we have Yin our school the more we shall fulfill the great
destiny. of the institution. It is to be less and less of mere
human limitations and more and more of the infinite and
boundless ableness of God. This dedication will lead our
students to a 'sion of life and service that is like that of the
4 ll God bles d keep you all in the humble prayer of your
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Mrs. Leritia Brittain
watches the speaker and
awaits her mm to address
the parents of new
Mr. Fred Lively
Mrs. Letitia Brittain Mrs. Sonja Datr
Director of Academic Again Principal, Ear! Campur
Tallying up the figures, Mr. Fred
Lively speculates on enrollment for
A listening ear, Mrs. Sonja Dart
chats with faculty at a special
Talking to a team
member, Dr. Suzette
Estes discusses cur-
riculum with a represen-
tative from Southern
Associates of Colleges
Escotting royalty, Mr.
Fred Lively watches the
Homecoming game with
'85 Queen, Buffie
Looking grim, Mr. Gene
Branclenberger answers a
catches the latest gossip.
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Coach Pittman trades his
plaid jacket for a
Mrs. Cresswell slices herself a piece of
cake at her baby shower.
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THE SINGING CHEMISTRY
TEACHER. Mr. Armstrong leads his
class in a hymn.
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famous motto of the 1986 Football team
Bible, beallh, math
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CASUAL PREPARATION. Miss
Hollingsworth works hard during the
summer before the first day of school.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left, Vice-President Amy
Kirkpatrick, President Robert Lanier, Secretary-Treasurer Lori
KELLI ALLEN - Gyears
J. V. Cheerleader I
Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4
Track I, 2, 3, 4
FCA President 3, 4
Spanish Club I, 2
Young Life 2, 3, 4
PAUL BERNHARD - I3 years
Flaghanger 3, 4
Spanish Club 2
Baseline Bums 3 4
ASHLEY BERRY - 12years
Drill Team? 3 4
Senior Play 4
Spanish Club I 2
FCA 1, 2
ROBERT BOURDEN E
Football I, 2 3 4
Football captain 4
I-TCA, 2, 3, 4
2nd team all conference 3, 4
ANDREW CAIN - 2years
Fhzg Hanger 4
JASON CHALKER 1 GW years
Football I, 2, 3, 4
Track 1, 2, 3, 4
F CA President 3 4
Baseline Bums 3 4
Spanish Club 3
Senior Play 4
Most Talented 4
Football Captain 4
2nd Team All Conference Defensive
Most Valuable Defensive Lineman 4
A KELLI ALLEN PAUL BERNHARD ASHLEY BERRY
ANDREW CAIN IASON CHALKER
1 36 seniors
Key To SENIOR HONORS
WWAAHSS - Whos Who
Among American High School
NJHS -- National junior
NHS - National Honor
USNDSA - United States
National Drama and Speech
USFLA - United States
Foreign Language Award
United States National Merit
USNSCA - United States
National Student Council
USNLMA - United States
National Leadership Merit
SDAHSS -- Society of
Distinguished American High
USMAS - United States Merit
CHRIS COGGINS - I2
Basketball I 2 3 4
Football I 2
Cross Country 4
Flag Hanger 4
Spanzsh Club I 2 3
Yearbook 3 4
FCA 1 2 3
Basketball 2nd Team All
All State Tournament 3 4
lst Team All Dzstrzct 4
TAPS All Star 4
SDA HSS 2
KEVIN COUCH 1 V:
Sparush Club 4
JEFF CROSS 3 years
NHS 3 4
Spanzsh Club 2 3 4
Drzll Team2 3 4
First Lzeutenant 4
Track I 2 3 4
Track MVP 3 4
Socuzl Chatrman 2
Student Council President
Spamsh Club 2 3
Student Cannell 2 3 4
Semor Play 4
Newspaper 1 3
WWAAHSS 3, 4
SDAHSS I 2 3 4
USNSCA 3 4
Thespuzn Soclety 4
NJHS 1 2
NSH 3 4
Sensor Play 4
Football I 4
Football 1 3 4
Baseball l 2 3 4
Baselzne Bums 3 4
Baseball M VP 4
Jzmmy Adair Award 4
All District Ist Team
Baseball 2 4
All Dzstrzct Ist Team
All Dzstrwt 2nd Team
All State Baseball 3
TAPS Player ofthe Year 4
Class Fauorzte 1 2 3 4
jamxe Howard acts on behalf of the semor class
as he presents Mzss Stark wxrh a bxg hug
CHRIS COGGINS KEVIN COUCH l EFF CROSS ASHLEY DGBOARD
NANCY DICKERT MICHAEL DOWNS ANDREW EMBRY MICHAEL ENRIQUEZ
CHARLIE GARCIA PAUL GARRETT PATRICK GIBSON
CAROL GOSNELL SHERRY GRIMLAND SHELLY GUNTER
Senior English is for the birds
The main attraction in
English IV this spring wasnt
Vlordsworth, Shakespeare, or
Byron. It wasn't a novel, a play
or even an essay. It was a hawk.
According to Robert
Bourdene, the hawk first ap-
peared last year. "Gary Don
and Roger and I first spotred
the hawk in our Bachelor Sur-
vival Class," he said.
The hawk did not appear at
Mrs. Palmer's window in Room
105 uninvited. The seniors
stuck their heads, hats, and
other objects out the window to
attract the bird's attention. "I
didn't believe Robert" said the
skeptical Mrs. Vicki Palmer.
"So he proceeded to prove it to
The hawk, and its mate,
began the ritual of dive-
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bombing any one who opened
"lt loved Fred Williams' red
hair," Mrs. Palmer
remembered. "Every time Fred
looked out the window it would
swoop down for a look." But
Fred wasn't the only victim, "I
kept hoping it didn't get me,"
Said jamie Howard, who hung
out the window to catch the
hawk on film.
The only senior with scars,
however, was Fred, who was
scratched on the forehead.
CHARLIE GARCIA -- Softball 2, 3, 4
6 years Drill Team 2, 3, 4
Football I, 2, 3 Senior Play 4
Track 1, 3 Spanish Club 2, 3
Spanish Club Officer 4 FCA I, 2, 3
PAUL GARRETT - 6 Class Favorite I, 2, 3, 4
years F riendliesl 4
Football 4 Funnies! 4
Spanish Club 2, 3 CAROL GOSNELL - I
Science Club 2 year
Senior Play 4 SHERRY GRIMLAND
PATRICK GIBSON -- - I3 years'
7yeurs SHELLY GUNTER -
President of NSH 4 4 years
NJ1-IS I Volleyball 1
NHS 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2
USNMA I, 2, 3, 4 Drill Team 2, 3, 4
USNLMA 4 FCA 3
SDAHSS 1, 2, 3, 4 Young Life 3
USNDSW4 Senior Play 4
Senior Play 4 USNDSA 4
CATHY GODFREY -- Thesplan Society 4
12 years RICHARD
Volleyball I HORNBAKER - 2
Basketball I , 2, 3 years
Track 1 French Club 4
1 wifi in 4
BRIAN HURD IEIMI IAMES ROBBY IOHNSON
IASON IOHNSTON ROBIN KAUP
lelody McKim lets her little light
mine at senior chapel
JAMIE HOWARD - 8
Football I, 2, 3, 4
Track 1 2 3 4
Baseball 3, 4
Vice President of FCA 3 4
FCA 3, 4
Spanish Club 3
Baseline Bums 4
2nd Team All Conference
Defense 2, 3, 4
2nd Team All Conference
Uffense 3, 4
All State Honorable
Mention Offense and
BRIAN HURD - 4
Baseball 3, 4
Flag Hanger 4
Spanish Club 3
Most Spirited 4
Senior Play 4
Baseline Bums 3, 4
JEIMI JAMES - 4
Secretary, Spanish Club 4
Senior Play 4
Spanish Club 3, 4
ROBBY JOHNSON -
Football I, 2, 3, 4
Spanish Club 2, 3
All District Football 3, 4
JASON JOHNSTON --
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
ROBIN KAUP -- 3
Drill Team 3
Spanish Club Vice
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
Senior Play 4
LAUREL KAYSE - I3
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Drum Major 4
Secretary Treasurer of
Band 2, 3, 4
Librarian of Bond 2, 3, 4
Tennis Manager 2
Spanish Club 3, 4
Thespian Society 3,
Newspaper 3, 4
Senior Play 4
Band Award 2
GARY KEESTER -
Football 3, 4
F I 'A 3, 4
Baseline Bums Sl, 4
Fighting Haart Award 3
All Dislrict 2nd Team
All Distric! 2nd Team
Senior guys look toward
Fred W'illiams jams at the Senior Play party at
Robert Uakej Green rests in the arms ofjamie
DEANA KINAMON -
Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4
Lieutenant 2, 3
Secretary of NJHS I
Vive President of Spanish
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
NHS 2, 3, 4
National Superstar Drill
Team 2, 3, 4
Homecoming Nominee 4
WWAA HSS 3
Academic All American 2,
Mathematics Award 2, 4
Senior Play 4
Thespian Society 4
Most Talented 4
Drill Team 2, 3
Vice President 4
Spanish Club 2
Homecoming Court 2
LAURI KOVAN - 6
JV Basketball 1
Drill Team 2, 3
Spanish Club Treasurer 4
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
Senior Play 4
NHS 3, 4
GARY DON LAMBERT
- I 3 years
DEANA KINAMON AMY KIRKPATRICK I LAURI KOVAN
ROBERT LANIER KIMBERLY LEON MELISSA LEONARD
Flag Hanger 4
ROBERT LANIER - 2
Baseline Bums 4
FCA 3, 4
Senior Class President 4
KIMBERLY LEON - I
Senior Play 4
- 7 years
Softball I, 2, 3, 4
Softball All District 4
Basketball I , 2, 3, 4
District CnfChamps 4
Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4
Senior Play 4
Spanish Club I, 2
FCA 1, 2, 3
ALLISON LOEB - 7
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4
Vibe President 3
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4
Spanish Club President 4
Student Council I, 3
NHS 3, 4
NJHS 1, 2
Senior Play 4
Thespian Society 4
"It's my favorite part of the day!"
"This is the best thing that's hap-
pened to our class this year."
"I can't wait to get to 'yuppie
Seniors have an appetite for
their favorite privilege -- off-
Ahhh! The Lunch Bunch
They have tried many of the downtown
lunch spots. Chosen because they are the
quickest to get to and out of their two
favorite seem to be Burger King on Ervay
and Highland Park Cafeteria, often referred
to as "Yuppie Heaven" or just HPC, in the
At seniors' request Dt. Estes granted them
permission to have off-campus lunch. A
privilege which was to be immediately
revoked for all seniors if ANY senior arrived
late to his next class.
privilege all year.
seniors retained their
KATIE MAYBORN - KEVIN MILLS - 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 HEATHER
Zyears years JAMIE PETERSON - PRETLOVE - 4years
Track 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 4 years Volleyball 2
LANCE MAYES - 3 Football I, 3, 4 NJHS 1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3
years All District Honorable Senior Play-1 Chapkzin 3
Band 2, 3, 4 Mention Football 3, 4 DEBBIE POE - 4 years Newspaper 3, 4
Drum Majar 4 Fighting Heart Award 3 Tennis I Editor 4
Science Club 2 Most Valuable Player and Choir 3 T hespian Society 3, 4
Spanish Club 3, 4 All State Baseball 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Choir I
NHS 2, 3, 4 GRAHAM MONROE - SDAHSS 3 NJHS 1, 2
MERRITT MORRISON 13 years USMAS 3 NHS 3, 4
-- bi year
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RANDY ROGERS STACI RUN NELS IONATHAN SAWYER LAURA SHANKS
JONI RAKESTRAW 2 years
Spamsh Club 4
SHELLY REED 3 years
Spanish Club I FCA 2
HEATH RICE 6 years
Basketball I 2 3 4 Captam 4
TA PS M VP4
TAPS Basketball Smte Champs 2 3 4
NJHS Vice Presldent I
Spanish Club I 2 4
Sctence Club 4
NJHS I NHS3 4
Mr FBA 4
Most Lzkely to Succeed 4
SDAHSS 1 2 3 4
USNMA I 2 3 4
SHARON RIF F E I2 years
Basketball I 2 3
Drill Team 2 3
Senwr Play 4
Spamsh Club 2 3
FCA 2 .3 Yearbook 3 4
Homecomtng Queen 4
RANDY ROGERS 7 years
Track I 2 3 4
Band I 2
Flag Hanger 4
Spanzsh Club 3 4
FCA I 2 4
Senzor Play 4
John Phtlltp Sousa Award 2
Honor Band 2
Director s Award for Band 2
STACI RUNNELS 3 years
Basketball 2 3 4
2nd Team All Dzstrwt Basketball 3
I st Team All Dzstrtct Basketball 4
All Star Basketball Team 4
MVP Basketball 4
Volkyball 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4
All State Softball 2 3 4
M VP Softball 3 4
Dlslrlct MVP Softball 4
Ist Team All Dtstrrct Softball 4
Brshop Lynch All Tournament Team
Chozr3 4 FCA 3
JONATHAN SAWYER 3 years
Football 3 4
FCA 3 4
Spanzsh Club 3 4
Baseline Burns 3 4
LAURA SHANKS I1 years
Cheerleader! 2 3 4
Head Cheerleader 4
NJHSI NHS2 3 4
Spantsh Club I 2 4
FCA I J
Miss FBA 4
Most Lzkely to Succeed 4
Semar Play 4
WWAAHSS 3 4
SDAHSS I 2 3 4
USNMA I 2 3 4
Btble Award I
Foreign Language Award I
Senior Class President Robert Lanier
addresses the student body at senior
Cooling off after senior pictures
Robert Lanier, Charlie Garcia, jon
Sawyer, and Gary Don Lambert join
arms as they take a dip in the fountain
at Fair Park.
LORI SMITH TONY STAVELY PEGGY STERLING DANIEL WALKER
WILL WHITE FRED WILLIAMS PAUL WILSON ROGER WISE
LORI SMITH - .SM
Drill Team 3, 4
Student Council 4
ifanish Club 2, 3
Senior Play 4
WWAAHSS 3, 4
SDA!-ISS 3, 4
TONY STAVELY - 3
Football 2, 3, 4
Senior Play 4
Art Award 4
PEGGY STERLING --
Drill Team 2, 3, 4
Student Council Secretary
Yearbook 2, 3, 4
Science and Math Club 4
Spanish Club 2. 3
SDA HSS 2, 3, 4
USNMA 2, 3
Quill and Scroll 4
Thespian Society 4
Award of Excellence in
NHS 3, 4
NJHS I, 2
Senior Play 4
Academic All American 2,
DANIEL WALKER --
Football 2, 3, 4
Baseline Bums 3, 4
Vice President of Spanish
Spanish Club 3
FCA 3, 4
2nd Team All Conference
Defensive Line 2, 3, 4
2nd Team All Conference
Offensive Line 2, 3
Ist Team All Conference
Offensive Line 4
Most Valuable Offensive
Senior Play 4
WILL WHITE - 8 years
Band I, 2, 3, 4
Spanish Club 3, 4
Computer Club 4
Senior Play 4
FRED WILLIAMS - 9
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Headhunter Award 3, 4
lst Team All District 3, 4
Honorable Mention All
Fighting Heart Award 2
Baseline Bums 4
FCA 2, 3, 4
Football Captain 4
Spanish Club 2
History Award I
Senior Play 4
PAUL WILSON -- I3
Golf 2, 3, 4
FCA I, 2, 3, 4
FCA Secretary 3, 4
Spanish Club 2, 3
Golf MVP 4
Senior Play 4
ROGER WISE - 13
Football I, 2, 3, 4
Football Captain 4
Track I, 2
Quill and Scroll 4
SDA HSS 4
Cathy Godfrey is reluctant to leave her
Kelli Allen just loves to attend
Half dead from lack of sleep, Seniors
jason Chalker and Kevin Mills prepare
for another day of skiing at Steamboat,
With a keen sense of
direction, Cathy Godfrey
and Michael Downs smile
for the camera.
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Driven by Senior Class President Robert
Lanier, Homecoming Queen Sharon Riffe
takes her ride around the football field.
Senior cheerleaders Sharon Riffe, Laura
Shanks, and Kelli Allen check out the
gorgeous guy in the stands.
With her western accent, Ashley
DeBoard portrays Mary Madelene.
TRYING TO PICK THE
PERFECT SONG TO
JITTERBUG TO, Melissa
Leonard enjoys the post-production
"Bye Bye Birdie" cast party at
IMITATING THE FOOTBALL
GUYS, the Senior girls hudclle
after performing a routine to
"Shout, Breakout" at the last
football pep rally.
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witness to those wild Senior guys in a Senior Chapel skit.
REBELLION STRIKES AGAIN Shelly Gunter shows off the
uniform skirt she worked so hard to destroy.
'l pe-ople -
ow do you sum up a
school year? For the class of
'87 some of the things on
the list include: the
destruction of the uniform,
dress up days, couples, Fair
Park, THE senior priviledge,
"Dean" Hines, HPC,
Burger King and Mrs.
emories of classes
themselves include Mrs.
Pa1mer's Municipal Zoo,
journal junkies, the senior'
day in court, The Ugly
American, the documentary
film, making mums and pep
n the news were stories
about Ponygate, Iranscam,
Annette Strauss -- first
woman mayor, the AIDS
pandemic, and 37 soldiers
killed by an Iraqi missile.
fter hours seniors recall,
Plaioon, the Top Gun video,
football games, "The Beastie
Boys" "Bon Jovi," The
Trinity game, Homecoming,
pulling off Bye, Bye Birdie,
Don Brown, Waco, Thuder-
bumpers, "muddin"' The
Hard Rock Cafe, Macy's
Thankgiving parade, shop-
ping for UNITS, the Spring
Fling III and Steamboat,
LETTING LOOSE, Laurel Kayse, Heather
Pretlove, Peggy Sterling and Allison Leob show
some leg for the camera.
STUDYING FOR THEIR LAST FINAL
EXAMS, Melissa Leonard, Ashley DeBoard,
Randy Rogers and Michael Downs learn the
material with the help of Ashley Berry.
MOST LIKELY TO SUC-
A six year veteran of the Academy,
Heath Rice plans to major in Com-
puter Science at Texas A6tM. Heath led
the basketball team his senior year as
both captain and MVP. He also com-
pleted his senior year as number three in
his class. According to his classmate,
jason Chalker, "He's going to succeed
in just about anything he wants to
because he's very intelligent."
Salutatorian of her dass, Laura Shanks
plans to be a kindergarten teacher. She
has been at F.B.A. for eleven yearsg five
of those years she has spent as a
cheerleader. "She works hard and con-
tinuously at whatever she does," said
,senior Laurel Kayse. "She has also suc-
ceeded in being a good and under-
During his four years at First Baptist,
Brian Hurd has managed to make his
crazy cheering antics a necessary part of
any sporting event, As a flaghanger,
Brian has omy been part of "organized
cheering for one year, but he has en-
cheering for one year, but he has en-
couraged many athletes as a baseline
bum in all of his high school years.
Kelli Allen's peppy smile and en-
thusiasm have been urging crowds to
get up and cheer for each of her past six
years as a cheerleader, With her
astonishing flexibility and optimistic
spirit, Kelli easily makes others want to
get fired up.
Her antics in the senior play could easily
have eamed Cathy Godfrey the title of
Funniest. However, some of her
classmates remember the church ski trip
when Cathy forgot to get off the lift as
her most hysterical moment. Cathy has
brought her own brand of humor into
her efforts in the classroom, on the
basketball team and with the drill team.
Michael Downs can be counted on to
lighten the mood both in and out of the
classroom. Game for any prank,
Michaels quick wit can usually get him
out of trouble almost as easily as he got
M O S T A T H L E T I C
Even as a freshman, jamie Howarcl's
ability was obvious as an outstanding
football player. Weathenng back and
shoulder injuries, jamie still managed
to make a difference on the football,
track and basebd fields. "jamie works
hard at his sport and loves to compete,"
said Coach Woody Martin. "He would
press on even when he didn't feel
physically up to it."
An all-around athlete, Staci Runnels
has won awards in volleyball, basketball
and softball. Even playing with weak
knees, Staci has eamed many honors in
her two and a half years at F.B.A. Staci
has also run track for the Saints. Her
pitching ability allowed the softball
team to capture the title of state cham-
landing the lead in the senior play, ear-
ning a spot on the SuperStar Drill
Team, dancing for Mary Kay conven-
tions and maintaining the highest
academic average in her class, it is easy
to see that Deana Kinamon earned
the distinction of Most Talented. After
making an appearance in the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade, Deana, who
is headed for TCU in the fall, set new
goals of dancing at Disney World and
studying West Coast jazz at Dupree in
jason Chalker has attended F.B.A. for
six years. In addition to being an expert
defensive lineman, jason is a skilled ar-
tist. His drawings have been used on
posters, shirts, ads and even for the
cover of the sports program. President
of F.C.A. for two years, jason also
eamed the part of Albert Peterson, the
male lead in Bye, Bye Birdie.
Her loud laugh and contagious smile
have made Cathy Godfrey a favorite
with everyone, In her 12 years at
F.B.A., Cathy has made a name for
herself as everyone's best friend. "She's
the best friend anyone could ask for,"
confirms senior Melissa Leonard.
His honesty and his care for others are
the qualities that his classmates feel
describe Andrew Embry. Andrew has
been a member of both the football and
baseball teams and played Conrad Bir-
die in the senior play. His fellow seniors
appreciate his optimistic spirit. "He's
always trying to lift me up, get me in a
good mood when l'm down," related
Kelli Allen and Brian Hurd
Cathy Godfrey and Andrew Embry
Staci Runnels and jamie Howard
Red-eyed juniors stumbled into
Room 106 on Dec. 19, looking
dishevelled and disgruntled. The mo-
ment had come to present their final
copies of the research papers to Miss
The morning had
evening and longer
English lll students,
amounts of caffeine, many juniors in-
vented unusual eating habits - from
heating Coke Q"I was just too cold to
drink it the regular way" said Kim
Wilsonj to eating cold egg rolls at 2
Emile Sevadjian claims that at 2:30
a,m. he started seeing things moving in
As with every junior class, the Class
followed a long
night for many
Lending a listening ear, Craven
Coates works as an office aid.
juniors Scott Thompson, jodilynn Brittain, Kim Wilson, Charles Poklad-
nik, Greg Higgins, Keith Youngblood, Meredith Foster, Steve Black,
Mike Marion, Todd Young, Leigh Ann Wise, and Ison Petty I-luddles
around a tired Miss Fary after waking her up from a deep sleep.
. X Is idnight madness and Money Matters
l -, never a dull junior moment.
of '88 concerned themselves with
money matters for that all-important
event - The juniorfSenior Banquet.
juniors began early with bow sales at
football games, poinsettia sales and pic-
tures with Santa, Other successful
fundraisers were the Western Day
Luncheon and the Sanger Harris
A group that thrives on fellowship,
the Junior class stuck together for many
activities after school hours. These
students typically gathered for "study"
sessions, Sunday afternoon football
games and dinner "out on the town."
Special events induded a scavenger
hunt, 2 a.m. bowling and weekend
The class of '88 enjoyed a year filled
with memories, most of which remind
its members ofthe closeness they share.
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Matt Bryant takes
a light after lunch
snooze in Chem-
Lynn Powell shows
the judges that she
is Drill Team ma-
Liza Roeser and Jason Petty exemplify just how close
the junior class really is.
people 1 5 1
Mary Laura Reynolds
Class Officers: Matt Bryant, Liza
Roeser, and Wendi Shaw.
Keith Youngblood studies real hard in
Cbelowj Greg Higgins works to finish
an English assignment.
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Carmen Patterson, Kim Wilson, julie Payne, and Lim
Roeser huddle together on a cold day in Waco.
Mundi Baldridge, Lin Roeser, Wendi Shaw, and
Becky Bumert listen to the tunes of Simon and Gar-
funkel on Western Day.
Leigh Ann Wise
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pmvcs that yes indeed he does have gum.
Ruth Ann Cooper
Sophomore Class Officers for 1986-H7 include lfrom
lefrb St-vgreraryfTreasurer Kelly Holder, President
Thomas Thompson, VicePrrsident Sonya Mdfull
T ffany Clmbome finish her Biology in study hall,
Andy Gosnell caresses a lifelike butterfly in the
musical "Bright New Wings"
Sophomore men congregate in between classes in the sophomore lounge?
Sophomores - a force
to be reckoned with.
Breaking out of the
freshman mold, sopho-
mores are well into the
realm of life as upper-
classmen. They launched
a three-year fund raising
effort with Valograms in
preparation for junior-
Senior Banquet and
Sophomores had high in-
volvement in athletics,
boasting several starters
on varsity as well as
dominating JV boys'
After many miserable
early mornings spent in
Drivers Ed., most
sophomores made a bid
for independence by ob-
taining licenses. They hit
the streets of the
metroplex and said good-
bye to double dating
with their parents.
Wendi Cox, john Torres, jeff Scarbrough,
and Warren Sibley utilize study time to its
Thomas Thompson and Donna Dourhirt
cram for a Biology rest,
Catching up on sleep seems like a good idea
ro Andy Gosnell.
Matthew Thompson sinks one in a midst 5 FW, Christian Defenders
Charts White does her Puddhlnad Wuhan imitation
Cathy Blackshrar sits in boredom in another year of Drill Team tryouts
joe Bob Comeaux
Inj uana Edwards
There's nothing like a
great pair of legs, jen-
nifer Lewis daydreams
about her favorite ten-
Staring into space, jeff
Baker concentrates on a
Getting down to serious work on his
research paper, Elbert Lonzie jots down
a few quotes.
Practicing his royal wave, Kevin Sutton
escapes the drudgery of diagramming
High school "rookies" take
the year in stride
What does it mean to be a freshman?
- To be the youngest class on cam-
pus. Of course, this yea.r's class has ex-
perience with that feeling because
since the seventh grade they have been
going to school on the high school
mall. Every year, this group has been
:he youngest. They are now experi-
Even if they were comfortable in their
iamiliar surroundings, high school
tself was a new experience.
'We got a taste of what high school
was all about," commented jennifer
Lewis. And that taste included
Foreign Languages, Research Papers,
Physical Science and "real" exams.
Out of the classroom, the class enjoyed
both participating in and cheering for
JV sports and beginning the job of
raising funds for their junior and
Overwhelmed by assignments, jami Smith
grimaces as she adds another item to her list of
things to do.
J. D. Hombaker
Thinking about anything but Biology,
Sudheer -Iayaparabhu sneaks a smile at the
CLASS OFFICERS: From Left: Elbert
Lonzie, vice presidentg jamie Smith,
secretaryftreasurerg Sudheer jayaparbhu,
Scribbling quickly, Erica
Halliman struggles to keep
up with Coach Pittman's
Getting a little nourishment
before lunch, Ross Bryant
ingests plastic from his pen
Ignoring the statement on the board, both
Mrs. Stark and Paul Danieljackson listen to
the comments made by an English student.
Cofnparing their pearly whites, jamie Berry
and Kevin Sutton decide whose dentist is
people 1 6 'l
Growing pains? Stretched out mus
common cry of despair came from each f
the eighth graders about their history proj-
ect. "It was the hardest project of the whole
year," said Ross Cunningham.
Developing both their leg muscles and
pages on EVERY ptesident???!!" A
their brains, the eighth grade students
hiked back and forth between the Burt
Building and the Spurgeon Harris Building
many times in the course of one day.
Unlike the high school students the
eighth graders operated on a 9-week
Gulping down his glass of punch, David Dodgen enjoys
party given in honor of the jr. High athletes.
schedule and moved as a group through the
day, changing classes with the same students a
da . Se al
y ver new classes were offered for sho
intervals, Besides the "old stand b "
English, Math and Science, Computer, speec
and drama were offered.
Lending a hand, Tyrone Nelson helps Cynthia Raabe put
folder back together.
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Surrounded by idiots,
Michael Moreno takes a break
from lunchroom lunacy.
Budding dramatist, Michael
Bearden and Hank Quisenberry
portray the characters of a dieti-
tian and Uncle Sam in the play
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Worldng on his History notes,
Tim Heaton makes good use of his
Questions, Questions, Questions, Amy
Weaver tries to comprehend equations in
Algebra I class.
Watching her figure, Jeanna Huclges
takes only two cookies at the athlete ap-
With his Science book open,
Ialvin Cross pretends to do his
Preparing for their project,
viichael Bearden, Brent Belvin,
ind Brian Albrecht cover the
While playing a game in P.E., Judd
Hartson gets ready to take off
One of the wisemen QChrisrian Garciaj
shows joseph U eff Morganj his place in
the script while the two other wisemen
Uohn Baker and Robert Peters! and Mary
QPaulette Neesel await his line.
Carol Ann Whitton
Moving up . . . Seventh ii
grade takes iunior high
Seventh graders find life on
the edge somewhat startling.
"It's harder, but with more fun
- you have more freedom,"
commented Jeni Kerr.
New to the junior High, this
dass coped well with the High
School floor and their patriotic
groups of red, white, and blue
The Christmas banquet was
a highlight of the year with two
students, Carrie Lively and Staci
Townsley, singing the twelve
days of Christmas, They called up I Vlvv f'
the audience to participaqte and, as
Stace Townsley remarked, -
"Everyone had a great time."Alex- E
andra Laporte looks on as Sharyl
Taylor prepares to eat her meal.
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Adam Kadane and Kevin Couch
look on as Greg Cox gives a girl the
Lisa Kennedy and Sharyl Taylor
enjoy their lunch.
Sean Covin laughs with a friend.
Anne ,I ames
Chad Fineske listens intently.
Clayton Coates hesitates before answering a
jim Lively goes over his
report which he is about to
Clayton Coates tenses before
a free throw.
Brenna Parthmore makes a
Amy Bryant squeezes in some outside reading.
With pencil poised, Amy Kline ponders' an English
Mus. judy Bloum
Sreph mu Hrmlall
Ashley Brook Salle:
e r e m y D e a n
E n g i s
Mrs. Daphna Reece
Roshawn Talley pauses amidst he:
studies to spend time in prayer.
Chaka Penny gets involved in her classwork.
Mrs. Leslie Goben
Mrs. Laurie Sudvx ick
joshua Mn l3.lrl.mc
Somrr P3 mn
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pulls her legs up to
get down to some
Mrs. Kay Theclford gives some personal instruction to jashua Hurst.
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Mrs. Kay Thedford
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M.-S, S, lm Ter.-Schuh
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joy Leatherwood shies away from her
jill Greeney gives her opinion of her
c 0 n fi cl e n tl y
ameron Blackshear struggles through a history
Miss April Snow
Mrs. Mary Lynn Payne
Willie Pcrc Williams
M .inns Cirroll
Sundeep jayaprabhu works intently on his
Girls in Mrs. Payne's class get into the spirit of
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Mrs. julie McCullough
wondering how he w1ll ever make it
Looking smug Chrls Herndon takes
Mrs. Ann llurmn
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Smiling ar her studies, Stacy Car-
reon feels a sense of accomplishment ' e,.,, Zim ww
as she finishes her work.
Stacye Hill finds her lap more com- '
fortable than her desk. X
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Pondering over his studies Billy
Townsley is stumped by his
After several unsuccessful tries,
Tara Fulton finally figures out
Tam Lorlru liulron
Mrs, Susan Marsrallur
Mrs. Diane Hendrickson
Mark Killmgsworrh I V
Angela Eitel works hard on her art
project about George Washington.
Boys take time out from lunch to pose
for the camera.
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Brenna Burgess tries to finish her
work so she won't have any
Esther Loh tries to figure out four
Mrs, Susan Frank
Miss Ann Davis
Randall Van Heyst
ara Acevedo answers SRA quetions at the end of the
S e v e r al fi r s t
graders pose for
Mrs. Mary jane Colton
Mrs. Carol Gilliland
Starting with a
J e n a fe r W a d e
prints her name.
Studying with a smile, Leslie Murphy begins her
Q, ,Q-we" W"
Oral Drills Miss Hanson listens
as Gerald Howard recites his
Working his way through
the workbook, jason Bennett
practices his phonics skills
Miss Valerie Hanson
Hyung Nam Kim
Marr Sprllers Elisabeth
Mrs. Packer leads
her class in their
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Russell Boettmger takes a break from the hectic
s h o w s h e r
she has learned
a b o u t t h e
ing over his let-
Robb frowns in
Mrs. Patti Mitchell
Aimee Van Heyst
Mrs. Cindy Folmer
John Mark Strange
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Dzun g Nguyen
and john Mark
Telling stories in a circle, Mrs. Folmer reaches her class
students listen in-
Emon Bailey looks
like he is ready for
Miss Monica McBrayer
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, " whui they do on
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BY pEGGy STERLING the rink perfecting 1-.ef ite Skating. 1.s.1,A. Competitions. Her most mem f
"At times I feel like giving up, but
I don't know what I would do if I
didn't skate." - Rachelle I-Iast
Sophomore Rachelle I-Iast's day
begins every morning at 6:15 at the
Plaza of the Americas. When everyone
else is just getting up, Rachelle is at
After skating for over two hours in the
morning, she goes through a full day
of school and then returns to the rink
after school to skate another three
When she was ten, Rachelle started
taking group lessons at the Plaza of
the Americas. Later, she began taking
private lessons and competing. She is
now in Intermediate Freestyle, on her
fourth figure test in the United States
Figure Skating Association
fU.S.F.S.A.J and the International
Skating Institute of America fI.S.I.A.D
and in Freestyle 7 in the I.S.I.A.
Rachelle competes about ten times
each year in both U.S.F.S.A. and
U.S.F.S.A. competition was a show
skate. She was judged mainly on
choreography and interpretation of the
music. In this competition she won
2nd place for her Dramatic Program.
Racelle realizes the benefits of
skating extend past the rink. "It has
helped me become more responsible,
because I do have to work hard to
keep up with my grades in school and
still improve my skating." She also
feels that she has more confidence in
Rachelle admits that she doesn't
love the early morning practices, but
"It's worth it!"
Early in e morning,
moindi Boldridge t
Soph re Rachelle I I 0
I-last perfects her
ff 5 received 0 1- J- ff. amd- Mandi recentl old time think W thout bein
I b' day, and e al medal in the if-I intereujpted. Mandi alsi
to beat t from Race. Mandi's main goal is to comments that cycling has
' t day before. be happy with her cycling. She helped her because, "It
Before shelgfebegan competing
with other cyclists, Mandi
Baldridge tried to outdo herself.
Mandi's father put an odometer
computer on her bike, which
andi says she practices as
wants to be known as a top
keeps me tan!"
ch as possible. morn- cyclist. W
s, when the weathgftibgrmits, For Mandi, cycling and com- AS the morning Su ises,
andi rides from 4130 in have disgiipliniie Eel Junior Mandi dridge
m' I tries to cycle an a mile.
ob eoz eg turns to
BY CHRIS COGGINS
During the school day Bob Beazley may seem
day and began the sport at the age of sixteen. "I
finally made time for something I had always
wanted to do," he said. Bob also adds that "Karate
has taught me a greater self-discipline and a better
i way to react to situations of great fear."
lights a Week' he mms to his favorite hobby - Bob is currently a member of the National
I algae' h d-ff f d h f League, which enables him to qualify for the junior
I grate, asmany 1 ,ercim mms, an t C Orm nationals. He is a blue belt and is looking forward
I Bob is being instructed in is called Tae Kwon Do. . . . h k . . f 1
I At the state karate tournament in T ler Bob won a to ,Omni t C mate team at the University O CO -
I Y ' orado after he graduates from F.B.A.
first place gold medal and two second place
l Karate is a big part of Bob's extra curricular ac-
lilce a calm, cool, easy-going guy, but two or three
tivities. He practices about three to five hours each
'G ' E it il s hip Io be square
BY MISTI CUTSINGER
Subtle changes were made this year in the area of fads. A rebirth of
an old favorite marked both guys' and girls' wardrobg asANYTHING
DENIM made a fashion comeback. Girls chose GUESS OVERALLS
and guys pulled on BLUE JEAN JACKETS and rolled up their BUT-
Glances at students' "after school wardrobes" showed STRAIGHT
SKIRTS and LONG SWEATERS, ROPERS and REEBOK HIGH
if ff? 1,
F 'I '
TOPS, accented by SILVER jewelry, IMITATION br -
WATCHES, BOWS and LACE and PAISLEY
Hair styles varied, but the BOZZ haircut for gu
girls dominated the fashion scene.
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Making the grade
is no easy ta
The big ordeal
they're something th
every high school studen I
at least one
s t u d e n t s '
tedious task more
singing at the typewriter.
from another angle
sk when you
I Senior Ashley DeBoard
I urned the midnight oil,
ut she wasn't alone, "I
IIslept during the day -
worked all night - and
made my parents stay up
to keep rne,iawake."
Iuniors Leigh Ann Wise
and Dixie Barnett also
"I wrote down four
sources, used six, the
two I didn't write
down I plagiarized
from. I passed!" -
worked around the clock.
Leigh Ann typed all one
long night, and Dixie
Getting it oll together, Junior Leig
she begins writingi
nn Wise sorts her notecords before
continuallyggpi for four
Not only did paper
writers torture their
brains, but their digestive
systems also took a
beatin . Late night snacks
range from egg rolls to
warme Coke, while
some str ggling authors
stuck wit the tried and
true source f caffeine -
coffee. Afte very little
sleep juni s Keith
Youngblood a d Iason
Petty even drank ket-
chup. "It was a dare,
veterans often have
stories to tell. "I've been
banned from the public
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Io iilynn Bznittain, Todg
Young, Charles Poklad
nik, Misti Cutsinger ant
teacher, Miss Fary, took
break for lunch duringb
power failure. "We ate
Got to library
dumgrd out my ba
and gan writing wit
no particular organiza-
tion. I made an 89. -- 1..
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as really wi .
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soph - Y recalls givin
I worked about
215 hours on m
term paper. I used
only Clrll Notes I
made a 65
library because they said
I checked out a book
about my topic that I've
never seen before,"
elates Senior Heather
' at the
the roug draft to
typist. "She worked in
tanning booth, and
typed it there a
t ese wilda rd per
ple, ,rvsp kept walkin
Sofphomore Anissa Gai
cia ad to pay 855.00 t
type her own paper th
Iamie Berry mo
stole all Spgbfgifnotecards
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WI IIGSSIII G mUI' Bl' lI'IU i
neth Wayne Thomas an Feb. 24. Witnessing a capital murder trial was l fi- 35
Thomas, also known as "Mr. Clean," a frightening experience for some ,iii K. tiki
was accused of killed lawyer Fred Finch seniors. "Being in the same room with wt 1 gg 5
and his wife, Mildred, a math professor a murderer and hearing the evidence Xl 55,1
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at El Centro College, He was also of what he did was very scary, said 552551
accused of buglarizing their South Melissa Leonard,
Dallas home during March of 1966. Less than 20 feet from Thomas, arg
:-.':s'1:. . . . . Elm
During the arguments, prosecutors students formed lasting impressions of
Q-' ij recounted what was called a "horror the convicted killer. "He's really a it il
movie" directed, produced and star- psycho!" commented Jason Chalker, Qgl
ring Thomas. "After I saw the evidence of what he 5552
BY Finch was stabbed more than 20 did to those people, I was ready for '
times in his bed and was sexually them to strap him down and fry him." f i
assaulted near or after death, Laura Shanks concluded, "the guy
- f occordln to the medical testimony. was obviousl uilt
Senior government studen s t ' YQ Y ig lzulug
witnessed me dosing arguments in the Mrs, Finch was found on the floor with
trial which led to the conviction of ken- OUOUY 50 Sf0b W0Uf"dS- A
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H rom the our corners of the world
Drug awar ss hits nation following death of athletes
the dangerous drug. have tried crack in o orm or another. andbcollege sports while emphasizing to
BL A N Several media were Much stronger th aine and ranked the world the dangers of drugs.
designed to especially higher in dan an heroin, crack is
high , about the hazards addictive in ten weeks.
of eswoman Nancy Reagan The "c own on crack" intro-
The deaths of basketball star, Len H celebrities urging teens to duced dr esting in both professional
AS of Maryland, and Don 'znr ll'-'Sf SW- tN0,-H A
Cleveland Browns, of iw Even more dangerous than cocaine is E
ses focused the n on another illegal substance called "crack,"
An estimated one million Americans r X J J r 2 J
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on a - A high profile anti-drug 0vfrd0S2.
I , campaign was launched across
'A . . . Ame ' - ST SAY, NO.
David Stanley, a former linebacker at Southern Methodist UIIIVGISI- mia IU ' ORAL RQBEARTS became 3
, stated that he had received cash payments while playing for the -NEW YORK METS became news Hem Wlfh ills Clalm fhaf God
am on a special news report in November - the school denied the basebalrs clmmpiors. Woulfl fake his me Unless he 'med
s. And thus began the scandal known as 54 mlulon-
already thiiepggzsd in a three year had been . FERGIE and ANDREW were . HM and TAMMY BAKER
l th the married at Westminister Abbey, left the PTI- Club because of 3
e bu ACER f H scandal involving an affair.
0 THE VOY success u y
el'leS ' cl d h l be. 0 Ex-President FERDINAND
Among from the CH C t e g 0 MARCOS left the Philippines to
onald Shieldsg Bob director Bobby - The IRAN-SCAM put take up Political asylum in Hawaii,
Others who validate claims were Albert President Reagan in the nation's
eece, 8 tight and Governor doghousel 0 A 10-year-old boy was taken
h HOSTAGE AT DFW airport
ll Clements, w 0 A .
card of Governors 0 LEN BIAS died ofa cocaine for more than 12 hours.
Results of the scandal
hich has caused school and V
newed involvement by the the university.
hannel 8 also received Peabody for breaking A
te story. 1 Q 5
Testing their steody honds Joson Vonce ond
Summers Henderson dissect the frog
The History Club gets o chonce to see how
comfortoble o tonk reolly is.
The elementory choir performs for pOrGnT5
ond teochers ot the teocher oppreciotion
Lost compus students spend o fun-
filled ofternoon on o field trip.
Anito Chokmokjion ond Coll Chokmokjion, cousins, were
chosen by their clossmotes os 8th grode Volentine
sweetheorts. They were honored ot the Februory Volen-
Sholini Zochokioh otternpts to get o kiss from ony eighth
east campus 1
i defensive strotegy.
John Poul Northcutt, o 5th
groder, receives onfieid in-
structions during o soccer
Robin Millicon ond Volerie Jones
proctice their shoulder stond.
Sixth grode girls unsuccessfully ot-
tempt to become oirborn on o field
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C o o c h D w o y n e
Richord ond the teom
join together during o
History instructor, Mr.
Poul Richordson osks
Jonothon Ootes' od-
vice on toble monners.
Mrs. Willioms, the
ond Mrs. Dorr, the prin-
cipol show their en-
thusiosm during o bosket-
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Sixth grader Amanda Frederick relaxes on the bench with her water
bottle after a long game.
Coach Dwain Richert gives his team a half-time pep talk during
the basketball game against Our Redeemer Lutheran.
Cheerleaders Shalini Zachariah and
Robin Millican keep the spirit high at the
Boy's Soccer Team
Row 1: john Paul Northcutt,
Gabriel Valdez, Matthew Grant,
Summers Henderson, Row 2:
Coach Dwain Richart, jay Zeiler,
Ste hen Chakmakjian, Mark
Polgack, Rusty Hendricks, Clay
Renerncet. Row 3: Carl Chakmak-
jian, jason Vance, Chris Smith,
jason Vance and Matthew Grant
come up to help block the ball.
Matthew Grant goes in for the
A E8St 'CHTHPUS
Awaiting the start of the game
Coach Dwain Rlchart prepares
his team for a winning effort
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teams enjoy competition
Even though the season
was not the best, both the
soccer and the basketball
teams put forth a winning
effort. Matt Grant who was
on the soccer team feels the
best game was against
Stephen Chakmakjian plays
Eastlake, because they wong
while jason Vance feels he
did his best against Our
Redeemer, even though they
lost. The basketball team
had a little better season and
Shawn Davis enjoyed the
game against Zion because
"they are our rivals."
Boys' Basketball Team
Row 1: Summers Henderson,
Mark Pollock, Stephen
Chakmakjian, David Hayesp
Row 2: Matthew Cowart,
Jonathan Oates, Carl
Chakmakjian, Shawn Davis,
Coach Dwain Richart.
Coach Dwain Richart gives
the team another pep talk.
Sponsor janet Wfilliams , gives
instructions while the girls take
a much needed break.
Zachariah stands Hrm and
shows her winning smile.
East Campus Cheerleaders: Front From Left: Debra Burkett,
,haline Zachariah, Middle: Arden Sterling, Robin Millican, Tracee
ones, Top: Anita Chakmakjian, and Valerie jones.
Getting ready to show their
stuff, Valerie Jones, Debra
Burkett, Arden Sterling, and
Robin Millican think through
Lifting school spirits during
halftime, East Campus
Cheerleaders raise cheerleading
to new heights.
The Last Hurrah!
Seven cheerleaders kept
school spirits up for the final
year of East Campus
athletics. "They were a real
spirited loving squad with a
lot of enthusiasm,"
remembers their sponsor
janet Vfilliams. "I had all of
them since the first year I
taught. It was fun to watch
them grow," she added.
W o r k i n g h a r d
throughout the school year,
the girls cheered at both
basketball and soccer games.
' east campus
Sports provide work and fun
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Struggling through a los-
ing season. East Campus
girl's athletics found hard
work doesn't always pay off,
"It was a blast," said Robin
Millican. "We didn't always
win, but we sure had fun."
Girl's basketball ended
the year with a 1-9 season.
Winning only one game
A season of memories.
Softball had a ten game
season, Lisa Shiels
remembers her favorite
game. "It was against
Lakehill. I remember it so
much because it was freezing
Batter up, Shelly Inzer
awaits a better pitch.
While sucking on her water
bottle, Amanda Fredericks
makes Rebekah Darwin
Eaft Campus Girl's Basket-
ball: Row I: Lisa Shiels,
Robin Millican, Rebekah
Darwin, Row 2: Anita
Chakmakjian, Shawn Fran-
cis, Rebekah Ratledge.
Watching the game from the sidelines, Robin Millican takes a
East Campus Softball: Row I: Shelly Inzer, Annie Inzer, Annie
Mellville, Wendi Gibbs, Row 2: Arden Sterling, Robin Millican,
Lisa Shiels, Row 3: Anita Chakmakjian, Trina Simpson, Valerie
jones, Brandi McClure.
At the end of the game Coach
Carol Ramey totals up the stats
and listens while Trina Simpson
recounts one of her favorite
After a hard game, Lisa Shiels,
Rebekah Ratledge, and Anita
Chakmakjian relax with a cold
The Baseball Team: Row 1, From Left: Summers Henderson,
Rusty Hendricks, Cabriel Valdez, David Hayes. Row 2, Mark
Pollock, Nian Newsom, Steven Chakmakjian, Curtis Smith,
jason Vance, Carl Chakmakjian, Shawn Davis, and Dwain
L... fig A
Waiting for the out, Shawn
Davis looks to the pitcher for
Looking for a homerun, Rusty
Hendricks takes a swing.
2 1 O east campus
Summers Henderson and
David Hayes await their
next turn at bat.
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Playing ten games, both the
volleyball and baseball teams
emphasized the basics as they
prepared for high school
Success had to be measured
in skills learned as both teams
ended the season with no wins.
Scooping up a grounder, jason
Vance heads to first base for the
The Volleyball Team: Row
1, From Left: Amanda
Fredericks, Annie Mellvile.
Row 2, Wendi Gibbs, Lisa
Shiels, Niki Newsom.
Cheering from the on deck cir-
cle, Mark Pollock encourages
his teammate at bat.
Loving Voices Choir: Front Row, Laura Villa, Laura Lewis, Shelby
Francis, Brooke Millican, Carolyn Roth, Ashley Fredericks, jennifer
Rees, Anita Zachariah. Second Row, Benjamin Nelson, Todd
Nigerville, Amy Gamadia, Michaeljordon, Peter Warren, Russell
Olds, Stephen Tan, Christine Tan, jeffjordon, Michelle Giles, Juliana
Bennett. Back Row, Evelyn O'Nea.l, Kendra Keierleber, Shannon
Hutcheson, jay Zeller,jonathan Roth, Kim Ferguson, jason Cheshire,
Heather Faulkner, Kristie Richardson, Christine Cannon.
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Service oriented clubs as
have full itineraries
Under the direction of Theresa Luen, the Loving
Voices Choir, an elementary choir, and the seventh
grade girls ensemble have made several memorable
performances this year. Both groups sang at the annual
Christmas Program and the Awards Banquet. The
Loving Voices Choir also sang for the Teacher Ap-
preciation Luncheon and for the Parent Service
Organization Meetings. The Seventh Grade Girls
Ensemble sang for several chapels.
The Science Club, sponsored by Mr. Melville, is
mainly is charge of caring for the various living things,
such as the gerbils, birds and plants, that exist in the
science room. Weeldy meetings are held to distribute
these responsibilities. The Science Club has visited l
Science Club: Front Row, Matthew Grant, Steven Chakmakjian, Carrie Inzet, Shelly
, , , lnzer. Second Row, Michael Wilson, Marcy Angel, Mark Pollock, Robin Millican,
Observatory' Fort Davis and Big Bend National Park Annie Mellville. Back Row, Mr. Melville, Curtis Brazil, Carl Chakmakjian, Matthew
at the end of the year. Young, Anita Chakmakjian, Shawna Francis, Nian Newsome.
several museums and took a trip to the McDonald
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Nian Newsome and Shelly Inzer play on an army tank at the Pate Museum
of Transportation in Fort Wonh on a Science Club field trip.
li 11' Seventh Grade Girls Ensemble: Cynthia Barker, Anne Barnard, Tracie Tyler,
Lisa Shiels, Shelly Inzer, Robin Millican, Arden Sterling, Sarah Bennett.
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Shawna Francis take pictures
of the sights from a trolley
on the Science Club trip to
Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
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the Science Club field :rip ro Fort
Shalini Zachariah lets everyone know that
an eighth grader's life is not easy.
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By: Anita and Carl Chakmakjian - eighth
Vicksburg! What the eighth grade had an-
ticipated so long finally came. April had come
and the class loaded vans for the long drive to
Vicksburg, Mississippi. Everyone had a wonder-
ful time. The trip included tours of the
Vicksburg battlefield, the Melrose House, the
Natchez Trace and the Water Experimental Sta-
tion. There was also plenty of time for
fellowship and devotion that brought the class
8th grade trip
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As she prepares to begin class, Robin Millican Hashes one of
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Eighth graders Shawna Francis, Tracee jones, Shalini Zachariah
and Debra Burkett are forever friends.
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Mr. john Caldwell
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Miss Teresa Luen
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Made possible by the love and support of many
senior parents, this section salutes the seniors of
We congratulate the seniors as they march to
The Yearbook Staff
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ample of the B believers, in word, in
tion, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.
I Timothy 4:10
As you grow into manhood, think of our
times together and REMEMBER the
love we hold in our hearts for you.
Rick, Mother and Jennifer
To a very special young man who continues to bring great joy
and happiness to our lives.
Love, Mom and Dad
What a joy
and a bless-
ing to have
such a special
lo v e y o u !
"For through the
Law I died to the
Law, that I might
live to God. I have
been crucified with
Christ, and it is no
longer I who live,
but Christ lives in
me, and the life
which I now live in
the flesh I live by
faith in the Son of
God, who loved me
Himself up for me
XVe're rhonlsful for the joy ond blessings of your
first 18 yeors ond ever more excited obout your
future. Follow the Lord, "For the Lord God is o
sun ond shieldp The Lord gives groce ond gloryp
No good thing does He withhold from those who
wells uprighrlyf' Psolms 84: 11 Much Love
Mom ond Dod
"Only feor the Lord ond serve Him in truth with
oll your heortg for consider whot greot things He
hos done for you." 1 Somuel 12:24
We Love You,
Morno ond Jock
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Mother and Daddy
"But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew
their strengthg they shall mount up with wings
as eaglesf they shall run and not be wearyp and
they shall walk and not faint." Isaiah 40:31
You re a gem With your glowing
personality and your sparkling smile, you
will make it to the top
Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not unto your own
understanding. In all your ways
acknowledge him and he shall direct
We love you and y e
want you to know f gf
you have always i r
made us very so
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"Trust in the Lord with all thine heartg and lean not unto
thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct thy paths."
"My son, if you will receive my words and treasure up my
commandments with you, making your ear attentive to skillful and
godly wisdom, and inclining and directing your heart and mind to
understanding - Then you will understand the reverent and
Worshipful fear of the Lord and find knowledge of God. For the
Lord gives skillful and godly wisdomg from His mouth come
knowledge and understanding."
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