Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN)

 - Class of 1988

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Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN) online yearbook collection, 1988 Edition, Page 127 of 246
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Z t 4 New ."fWt'1m,Ww I iWith smiling faces, the Freed-Harde- Rhonda Clippard fires up Bader Gym iman squad reveals their spirit before a with a spirit-filled, cro wd-pleasing home crowd. cheer. 'E' With intent, anxious laces, the cheer- leaders view the gameg ready to lend support in a momenfs notice. G01 Fight! Wim Cheerleaders 723

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Cheerleaders Ftenew Enthusiasm Cheerleading is not an easy job to perform, especially if one wants to be successful, but Freed-Hardeman's cheer- leaders have done just that. Under the direction of sponsor Sylvia Harris and captain Mary Davenport, the 1987-1988 F- HC cheerleaders have super- seded the enthusiasm of re- cent years with renewed vigor and fresh ideas. Such innovations as spirit week, an enlightening chapel skit, and club competitions during home games have all produced excitement in the complished without a great deal of hard work. Following a week of cheerleader camp, which the F-HC girls conduct- ed, the squad began practic- ing diligently at a weekend re- treat at Reelfoot Lake September 11 and 12. After- noon, evening, and sometimes late night practices have paid off for the squad. Following tryouts, two men were selected as the college mascot. Bill Freeze and Eric Flowers alternated as the F- HC lion. Their antics during games entertained the crowds MW,W.H f9"1rf-'ummm-f-m-W-.1-vu-fr-U. 'Ke ..u,,,,,..u.--f- a.....--W igivx student body. This was not ac- and enchanted the children. x . ....... , f't,.,. J """2?f- ..t. an The 7987- 1988 Freed-Hardeman cheerleaders. fBotr0m rowj Tonia Pogue, Janna Pickler fmiddle rowj co-captain Sheila Spurlock, Rhonda Clippard K top rowj Kim Mason, Beth Pickard, Tabitha Pigrnan, captain Mary Davenport, and Kerri Tyner 122 Cheerleaders I X ,AP



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Men 's Basketball - Bottom Row: Brian Melton, Charles Edmonds, Murphy Chapman, Clayton Caudill, Shonn Weldon, Craig Hill,' Top Row: Renard Carpenter, Tony Shell, Rich Stubbs, Brian Mackey, Ernesto Ramos, lnot picturedl Bryan Maynard. Photo by Holland Studios. Lions Struggle with Rebuilding Year Senior Renard Carpenter takes lt to the hole for two. Photo by John Bentley. 124 Men 's Basketball The F-HC Lions basketball team entered the 1987-1988 season with only three return- ing ball players from a previ- ous season which merited only an average rating at best. Without doubt the term "re- building year" understated the predicament that head Coach Charlie Smith found himself in. Despite the overwhelming obstacles, however, the Lions proved to be a hardworking crew whose accomplishments superseded expectations. Smith described the squad as the most "easily coached" and "cooperative" group that he ever wittnessed. This to- getherness was evident during games, as they played to their potential in all contests with the possible exception, ac- cording to Smith, of the last contest against Union. As Smith said, "They played as well as I could ask for." The 6- 10 conference and 9-21 sea- son record does not portray the toil and determination that characterized the Lion ball team. Two Freed-Hardeman play- ers who will be missed on the court and on campus are sen- iors Ernesto Ramos and Ren- ard Carpenter. Carpenter, an outside shooting genius and versatile athlete both offensively and defensively, led the confer- ence in scoring his sophomore year. Careerwise, Carpenter averaged 17.03 points and 4.01 rebounds per game for F- HC. Ramos, the big man inside for the Lions, was named to the TCAC all-conference team both his junior and senior years. With an impressive 58.72 field goal percentage over four years, a 16.9 career scoring average, and a 7.14 rebound haul at F-HC, his presence on the floor will be hard to fill. Ramos completed his college career ranked 16th in the nation in scoring. The Lion team huddles during a time-out to listen to Coach Smith 's instructions. Photo by Bell Tower staff Center Ernesto Ramos gets off the floor to beat out an opposing Cumberland player. Photo by John Bentley. i file - '

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