Gallatin High School - Green Wave Yearbook (Gallatin, TN)

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He is go- ing to help catch the wave and ride it through 1987 - a year of fun and excitement at Gal- latin Senior High. Upon entering the school, P.A. feels the electricity and knows this is a special place. 4 9 I n'f Y- 9' 1 'A 043 A 50,156 The long trophy cases catch his eye, and he realizes that people learn much more than facts at Gallatin . . . they learn about themselves, about living, about PRIDE. The next memories bring thoughts of achievement and the recollection of some dis- appointments, P.A. sees Coa- ch Mac's face as he announces the Girl's Cross Country State Championship. P.A. also sees the Junior Varsity football victories, the many band hon- ors, the soccer teams up and down season, the football team's successful season reaching state play-offs, golf, tennis, basketball, forensics, Beta Club, Chorus . . . the memories are many. Come on now, P.A. is ready to go! 1 Y A , , ,, or in g , pu H- . - . Y v 1. L eerie Left: Jamie Hunt and Nancy Daigler pose for Above Todd Griffin takes some friendly advice picture after school. from colleague Lamar Franklin while waiting for was-nw? W. K We s we Q- r 'hw ' Left: Sophomores Lennie Brabson, Below: Coach McPheron introduces Stephen Dorris, and Jay Ingrum the members of his state champion- checlc their answers for the PSAT ship cross-country team at the pep test. rally. Left: Dallas Sloan and Stephanie Wil- Above: Renee Bohanon gets into son concentrate on playing their Hippie Day during Homecoming, parts during the Homecoming prac- dressed as a 1960's flower child. tice. Catch The W ve As you look around at school, you see it jeans, tee shirts, sweatshirts, watch- es .. . the list goes on. Coke clothes are all the rage! One of America's favorite soft drinks has captured the hearts and minds of many, including the '87 yearbook staff who are us- ing the popular phrase, "catch the wave," for this year's theme. There are blue jeans with the Coca-Cola patch, shirts in Above: Sporting Coke shirts for Hue Count's camera are Alison Crowe and Dan Puryear. Below: Danielle Moore and Carla Clemens take time out from break to show off their Coke shirts. bright colors with "Coca- Cola" across the front, watch- es with Coke logos on the face, imprinted tee shirts and sweatshirts with everything ,- from "Coke is it" to "Catch the wave." No matter what Coke paraphenalia you wear, you know you'll look as good as Coca-Cola tastes. Not ev- erybody chooses to be alike, there are rabid Pepsi fans as well. Of course P.A. has his own Coke shirt, however, he is still shopping for matching sunglasses. Above: Coke catches a ride on a fire Right: Coke has captured the hearts engine in the Homecoming '86 pa- of many, including this year's annual fade. staff. ' f 1' 1 gif - 4 ff gr, i 1 . Above: Visible everywhere, stacks of Colces bring to mind a drink that has become classic. Left: Robin Douglas wears still an- other sweatshirt from the Casual Wear line of Coke, Below: Looking fashionable as she types is Regina Gibbs. , 4 'l Q5 as Above: The rain was no hindrance to the football team as they went on with their usual warm-ups. Right: Watching in the rain is player Chad Wilson. Below: Yolanda Lowe and Richard 1 ,x. Ray await instructions as to where l g '-N it they go next during Homecoming ' i. ' practice. Q. -Q ? KL, l QQ-if fa 'WK - v' ,W ai, mf pl. 23' Q , ' 1 , , . , 3,2 Uv' , . ififahm-s?i'f4 , .-.. 5 or Vie ' ' , fsaarasftt-a g ,. OA"':- , A I , , V. ff If A : dx ,ki rpms ,t IFE?" ' ?M's"""' Fc. , 1, W- 4' V v, "V, 'l X if W: fxfilif' ' ' fly" ,uf , K j Lf.: ., - 1 '-' ,.f,,,rs:rs ' 'ii A ,g 5 'f .- L: ,',f- l A .. v .nn ,,-ii' f rim F J f 3-f' W. 'M' ', r is -rw J ,ea ., A 'E 1' w , -.. E V , v.. Ji. 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Bottom left: Thomas Sundstrom and Donyelle Creighton stop to talk after a soccer practice. Below: Dana Troutt and Craig White relax on the trunk of Craig's car in the parking lot. fx The dynamic ribbon is a Company.C9 Sheree Leigh Abernathy Anthony Amir Abutrab Seniors Anita Gwen Adams ArHaxn'ya Renay Aaams 'fvi MT: -1 i . 'Q' .4 - . Melissa ,lo Anderson Thomas R. Anderson Terri Leigh Andrews Brian David Armistead Thomas Howell Arrendale, Jr Anne Michelle Atchison Twana Lee Austin Melissa Michelle Barrett Tammy Denise Bartlett Tony Darnell Bartlett Amanda King Baskin Daniel Alan Bass D asley Gregory Gerhard Becker KiQ.hiui..l2..B.l.aSLlS. Tor Adam Black Paul Fitzhugh Boniol james Howard Brackin Lisa Kay Breedlove Katrina Rochelle Brinkley Kevin Craig Browner Michael Wesley Broyles Gail Denise Burgett Jack Benjamin Burkhart Bryan Keith Burns Angelia Gail Camp Julie Marie Campbell Susan Michelle Campbell Brian Keith Cannon Scottie Douglas Caroland W l 'Y' ls M 4 'Zin-. 50'- 'Hhwe' def ii- 12 3' , , 1 '-fa. . .1 Schuyler Doreen Carr Brian Stacy Carter foe Michael Carter Lance DeSean Carter Tish Renee Carter Latrelle Evell Carver Christina Beverly Casey Norma jean Casteel Teresa Robin Castelli Lisa Carol Chandler Kimberly Lynette Clark Lisa Renee Clark Patrick Richard Clark Shelly Seagraff Cole Sydney Orlando Collier Harry David Cook, ll Jason Deon Cook Steven Scott Cook Keshea Leigh Cooper Craig C, Cox Donyelle Madonna Creighton Mary Alice Crenshaw Homer Allen Crowder, Ir. Christopher Keith Cummings Dana Carole Cunningham Cameron Browning Collins josegh Dennis Congra II fl' I I QU' x. , " .l as W.. Q 'gym ae' 'inf Qara LeAnn Davengort Missy Marie Davenport William Warren Davidson Terry R. Davis Thomas Edward Davis Tiffany Annlviarie Davis Teresa Ann DeBow Trina Michelle Denson Shayn Erin Dobbs Roberth Keith Dodson Kellie Diane Douglas Amy Beth Draper Michael Sledge Drash Kenneth Wayne Driver Elizabetth Grace Easton Timothy Wayman Ector Tami Lynn Elam Steve Earl Elmore Judith Milane Faulk Penny Lou Fgrguson Rick Zane Fielding Steve Franklin Flatt Jeffery Raynard Fuqua jennifer Lynn Fuqua Michael Edward Galbreath james Kevin Gammon Martin L. Gann Donna Gayle Gardner Carrie Ann Gibbs James Haskell Gilliam, III NWN ,J v w zn wzm- , 'Maw'-, ,T yr , r s f ilw Q . I MLS 'i' W W91vQA" ,X ,, Q W f X X rig, R "SL, wp' X: ?"r 'iv 3 1 . " nw k 6 K 2 F125 p , 5 in f Y .I ' '5 q . 621, V 1 E ,V VY . ' 2 . N waL K., f KN ff' 1 wr CWI " 1, f TE i ,...f"l' .ax 'Cyl-fr lv " 6 Sheila Elaine Gooch Margie jo Graham Cathy Delayne Grandstaff Kenneth Ray Graves, Ir. Lisa Carol Green Charles Stephen Gregory sm Daryl Glenn Gregory Lisa Gregory Mark A. Gregory Andrea Londel Gulley Elizabeth Ann Hagerty julie Louise Hammond David Lance Hampton John Hampton Hancock Tanya Yvette Harbor Teresa Faye Harris James Justin Hartmann Bryan Wade Hayes Jon Karl Haynes Elaine Margaret Herrera LLsa.Hgg,,Qr1 Ginger Lynette Hill Lawrence ' Tonya Lynnette Hodges Diana Lynn Holbroolcs xg Ar fee Ge li f-iw 99 J A w iii , f Tina Lynn Harden Brenda Lee Harris if X v-"" Wuxi Camille Ann Hopkins Virginia Lee Howell Marnie Renee Hudson Lisa Mechello Hughes jamie Dawn Hunt Deborah Lynn Hunter Robert Leon janco Michael Chazz Jetton Connie Faye Johnson Deborah K. Johnson James Terrell johnson Tiffany Lynn jones Susan Margaret Kane Rhea Pulliam Keen Tina Bonnette Kelley Lisa Renee Kemp Phil Anderson Kilmon Mary Beth Kirby Stacy Lynn Kirk Jeffery Lance Kizer Trishia Marie Krall David Parker Lampley john Jason Langford Susan Michelle Langford Stephanie Denise Law Roger Lynn Lee Mike D. Leh Thomas E, Lejsek Qobby Neal Lewis Wix Monica Rhommelle Ligon Laurie Robbin Liles I, Pryor Lindsey Elizabeth Mary Lorenz Yolanda Michelle Lowe Vonda Gayle Lowery Lorenzo Lucarelli Kimberly Lane Mail: Deloise Ann Malone Miyoshi Yvette Malone Morgan Hamilton Marks Doug Wayne Marshall Leigh Rhea Mattox Angela Leigh Mayes Y Sheila Loraine McDougal Lisa Carole Mclntosh Elizabeth Dale McKee Sherri Melea McKinney Collin Lea McKnight Mark J. McLean Rob ' Richard Willard Merryman Brian Scott Midkiff Ronnie Theadore Minor Teresa Darlene McClain Byron Cordell McCollum ,A I? N? dy :H ip. lg ,W W 'Q W if Timothy E. Minor Lawrence Burch Moncrief Kimberly Ann Morrow Sheila Lynn Nash Courtney Curran Neal julie Ann Neal Michelle Lillie Nevils Christel Faith Newhouser Robert Sean Norris Kary Lynn Oldham Kiby Ann Overman Stacy DeWayne Overstreet Michael Thomas Page Sean Terrell Page Charles R. Palmer Roy Edwin Palmer Charles Crockett Parks, III Biren R, Patel Esther ise Patterson ichael Pease Kathy Renee Pedigo Leonard Earl Perry Karen Lynette Phillips Russell David Phillips Tina M. Phillips Kimberly Michele Piper Troy Scott Pippin Michael Glenn Pitts Rebecca McMurray Polston Paula Michelle Porter it Vppp 2 .1 If f 1 . R we V i 1 P x 3 'git Sarah Nadine Ragland Sherry Canter Ray Richard Nealancl Raye Ronald Scott Reed Danny Wayne Richardson David Glen Rigsbee Veronica jean Rittenberry Charles E. Robb jeffery Shane Roberts Leonard Donnell Roberts Gordan Brian Robinson Karen Diane Robison M Lorie A. Rogers Tammy Mischelle Rogers Alita Rochelle Ruffin Robin Michelle Samples Mary Ann Sandoval David Farris Savage Catherine Ann Schmitz Bethany Lee Scott john Bradford Settle Brian Keith Shackleford David lenkins Shafer Jacqueline Yvette Shaw Brian Douglas Shoemaker ,RUE X FU' vm.- Lloyd Delvin Sadler Teresa Ann Sadler 4 -wr 'WV 41' 'D , - '-W 'Q . M, . M, M 'VlIi".,,, ,V J' Wm., av 3 :Co 'Q' i Q -9 'Q-yu I 1: N T Kelly Renee Short Stacey Lynn Shrum Barbara Anne Silcox David Alan Simpson Katherine Anne Simpson Debbie Lynn Sinks Gary Wayne Slagle james Michael Sleamon Dallas june Sloan Alicia Laverne Smith Dorothy Maria Sparkman Melissa Ann Sparks Angela Lynn Spence Dorleneia Gail Stafford iff? 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Most Conscientious Most Ambitious jim Gilliam Dana Troutt Sheree Abernathy fody Condra , 1 'cv' , ' f I X X :A t t T W X xx-.Y I Wi 'Sv' Most Courteous Most Versatile Penny Tucker Tim Wuester Becky Stout Sydney Collier Senior Superlatives Voted Most Dependable is Kelly Short, a basketball cheerleader, Beta Club mem- ber and DAR recipient. Se- lected with her is Jeff Roberts, Student Body President. Best Personality belongs to Jodi Faulk, a member of Tri- Hi-Y, and Student Council Treasurer. With her is Marty Gann whose personality plus has been well known at GHS. Cissy Patterson is the re- cipient of Most Likely to Suc- ceed, stemming from having served as Tri-Hi-Y President, member of Beta Club and oth- er activities. Keith Beasley is on the road to success having served as President of Beta Club and in Key Club. Active in Student Council and the Choral program is Dana Troutt, voted Most Conscientious. Jim Gilliam shares the title having been on the football team and in Beta Club. A football cheerleader and member of the Homecoming Court, Sheree Abernathy is Most Ambitious, as is Jody Condra, journalist and soccer player. Showing poise and good manners is Most Courteous, Penny Tucker. Sharing the ti- tle is Tim Wuester, football player and choir member. Becky Stout has captured Most Versatile with her per- formances in both drama and choir, while Sydney Collier has been chosen having played football and track. '-I Most Dependable Kelly Short jeff Roberts ,ffm ' , :asHQ,ii. .. Best Personality Most Likely To Succeed Jodi Faullc Marty Gann Keith Beasley Cissy Patterson X , , ""' ' '1 f ' 1 ! 1 1 I gi. -' I W xx n H ,, X '., Q x- , xl 5 X ' ' rf ,- , K ' ' W 5 , - A i Ns. 3 , X xl . ' A 1 ' f- X-mn, . N ,,' M 14 A ,, '- '-Q " r Q . I 4 4 ,. - . G- f1aw"rfi ML ' wiv?'X'w7i5:'.f1'1mfif5-' -L A.,' N K+ If v .4 A Q 1 f . fri. J , ' - ' Q-k V Q M W - Y ' 15' f , 4if5vr ?f:f.'4zafe-i '4 f ' ., - ' ,gas 'G ' + 'TW' i A . 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A Y - ' Q' 'Z5,n5u'Ws'W' W ' f x -zffwwimmy ' X' 1 'Q' f',1wWlg3'M'Q? 1 Www-xm,1qV,, W V mu,W.v,.:W4m sei 52'3?:5ff'1 HN WA 'M , . .fy H+ 1 f' -9 MF' , FN' 'vw , ,X ,wr wr 3 gy V. :'-aux sm- ' -:ff lfwf ties f Elizabeth Easton Q77 ! C7 i '54 'Cnr' Biggest Wolf And Flirt Anita Adams Lance Hampton Most Stylish Sean Page Beth Scott Danny Sullivan an, 'W.":"'TI 15- Senior Superlatives Com. Winning Most Talented, Karen Phillips has been a class officer, member of Tri- Hi-Y and active in the Choral program. Sharing the lights, Daryl Alexander has also been an integral part of the Choral program. A top scorer on the basket- ball team for three years, Renay Adams is Most Athlet- ic, along with Byron McCol- lum who has played football, basketball and baseball. Leading the Wave as a foot- ball cheerleader is Jamie Hunt, Most School Spirited. With her is john Hancock whose spirit has shown as Se- nior Class President and pep leader at games and rallies. Ginger Hill's beauty won her a spot on the Homecom- ing Court and the title Most Beautiful, while Most Hand- some goes to Bryant Woo- dard, who is both handsome and charming. Wittiest goes to Izzy, Eliza- beth Easton, whose nickname indicates her charm and wit, while Sean Page keeps his fel- low seniors in the mood for fun. Beta Club and Tri-Hi-Y member, Beth Scott is Most Stylish. Beth sets the fashion pace with Danny Sullivan who captured his classmates with his snappy dress. Anita Adams, biggest flirt has had all the seniors run- ning both on the track and off, while Lance Hampton, Biggest Wolf, has charmed all the girls. Most Talented Most Athletic Darryl Alexander Karen Phillips Byron McCollum Renay Adams LV fc Most School Spirited Most Beautiful And Handsome jamie Hunt john Hancock Ginger Hill Bryant Woodard ' natom Cf A Senio gold confident confident . , smile smile . earrings ml y 1- swatch swatch class 1 wide class ring belt ring S blue jean overalls flaIS fashionable X f X docksiders ' jazz Shoesx Special thanks goes to Beth Scott and Darryl Alexander for being the models. t I . fashionable -' l S white boots s-I g Lori Duffer and Stacy Shrum share a smile and pose for the camera Se rl while waiting outside the main office. The Senior class favorite cheers are: iilii if W Go Bananas .................... 64.7fZ: Fire up ........................ 13.7'Zn We've got Spirit ................. 4.9'Za Yell it! Spell it! .................. 2.995 Go Waves Go ................... 2.9421 Hail Bubba ..................... 2.9'Z, Other cheers which won votes are: Two Bits, W-A-V-E-S, Rowdy, Pep, and We are the Best. The Senior Class' favorite sports are: Football ..................,.... 46.7'Za Soccer ......................... 15.696 Basketball ..................... 19.0'Zn Baseball ....................... 10.045 Softball ......................... 4.0'Z: 4 Other sports that won votes are golf and tennis. , W ww' Top left: David Simpson is the 1987 recipient of the Century III Award, Bottom left: Due to her excellent PSAT scores, Top center: This year's Hugh O'Brien award win- Andrea Whitsell has been selected as a National ner is Dan Puryear. Merit Finalist. Top right: Sheila Cross has been elected 1987-88 Bottom right: Becky Stout wins the first NFL State FHA officer. trophy for first place in poetry interpretation. tx .W 'g ,V X , Left to right: Kelly Short, Biren Patel, Craig Cox, Paul Boniol, Keith Beasly, Gretchen Anderson, Elizabeth Lorenz, Beth Todd, Michael Thigpen, Andrea Whitsell, Lisa Breedlove, jim Gilliam. Not pictured: Anthony Ray, Angela Spence. Seniors Achieve Honor Top ranking Kelly Short plans to attend Vanderbilt or the University of Mis- sissippi and major in engi- neering or business. Rank- ings secondy' Biren Patel plans to major in pre- medicine. Next tis Craig' Cox who plans to attend MTSU iandimajor in ac- counting. Holding fourth place is'Paul Boniol who plans to attend Tennessee Tech and UT! Knoxville and major in metalurgical engineering. Anthony Ray, in fifth place, hopes to pursue a major in bio- medical engineering. Sixth ranked Keith Beasley plans to attend Vanderbilt or Tennessee Tech and major in electri- cal engineering, while Gretchen Anderson plans to attend Tennessee Tech to become a mechanical engineer. Tied for eighth place are Elizabeth Lorenz who plans to major in busi- ness administration at Vanderlailtgand-Beth Todd who is headed to Duke Universityfto be a doctor. Holding tenth place is Mi- chael Thigpen who will at- tend Vanclerbilt to major in molecular biology. ' ,Andrea Whitsell is also planning a major inlbiolo- gy at MIT. Next is Julie Hammond who plans to major in engineering at David Lipscomb College. Lisa Breedlove will attend MTSU to major in record- ing industry management. lim Gilliam is planning to attend Tulane or UT! Knoxville to major in ar- chitecture. -Rounding out the top fifteen is Angela Spence who will attend Western to study market- ing. ' -ww 'mee lst row: Biren Patel, Kelly Short 1 5 Craig Cox. - 2nd row: Paul Boniol, Anthony Ray Q ,. e.,.w,aw.zszs2mE at I Wmuww 1st row: Elizabeth Lorenz, Beth Todd, Gretchen Anderson. 2nd row: Keith Beasley, Michael Thigpen. Left to right: Jody Condra, Chris Cummings, Trishia Krall, Cissy Patterson, Kathy Simpson, Sarah Ragland, David Simpson, Lisa Chandler, Lisa McIn- tosh, Sheila Nash, Beth Scott, Sabrina Youngblood, Virginia Howell. Rankings Are Announced Jody Condra, ranked six- teenth, is considering law or business and will attend ,Bowdoin College. He is fol- lowed by ChrisiCumriiings who plans to major in ,elec- trical engineering atflfech. Next is Trishia Krallifwho wants to pursue a career in to Centre College to pre- pare for teaching math. Sherry Ray also plans to at- tend Volunteer State and lfMTSUlito undertake a can reer as a medical records ftechnieian, e e ,, it Sheila Nash plans to study at the University of nutsingi.,eaftettg,attenCling i,,-Lgflalifiilllii at -Irvine and Western Kentucky. Either tpursueiia career in language LINC ei? the llniversyity of V for fashion, merchandising. iS244l3sf1'i ifefCis?iy Pattefeiinesi she ffScott'SfQSoal 'to study at Stradiesgaccountfing camar- Siinifsbli plans tiiattend5UT!iviartin teiieetefiiirprefnied relive e i l i rxllirfeliriexriiie- Marty ipiairsvggtoe rrraitiris in business administration, 1211? timer rse2feie2,iieiteS is whei.sfl2'iw-,will 'attend it Tied for twenty-first is Sabrina Youngb- Sarahg Rtaglendfand David aloud plans to attendeilbavid Sirnpsoiij Sarah will study electrical engineering at Memphis State while, Dae vid williattend Vanderbilt to pursue his studies. Lisa Chandler plans to go to Western Kentucky to ma- jor in accounting, while Lisa Mcintosh will first go to Volunteer State and then llyipscorrlb orllielmont to study business. Tied for ,thirtieth plage is Ginny Howell and julie Neal. Ginny Howell plans to at- tend Volunteer State and MTSU or Austin Peay to become a C.P.A. Julie Neal plans to major in pre-med at MTSU. Excellence In Journalism 5 -F Amanda Baskin Christy Casey Quill and Scroll is an honor society for j journalists. These outstanding seniors l receive the award because of their signif- icant contributions to the production of the yearbook, the Senior paper, and vari- ous other journalistic creations. Amanda Baskin is a journalism stu- dent her Senior year. Christy Casey also is a journalism student. Diana Hol- brooks receives this award because of her work on the journalism staff. Jody Con- dra uses his talents as a journalism stu- dent and sports writer for the yearbook staff. Terry Davis receives this honor for -- - his work on the yearbook staff as creator Diana Holbrooke Jody Condra of P.A., the 1987 yearbook mascot. Eliza- Y -W beth Lorenz, also a member of the year- book staff, is commended for her work on the Sports section. Leonard Roberts, has served as editor of the Organization section. Lisa Chandler, editor of the year- book staff, is commended for her leader- ship and work on the Events, opening and closing sections. Kathy Simpson re- ceives her honor for her efforts on the Senior and Honors sections. The power of the media is important to all of us. These students have per- formed their responsibilities in such a way that they have been named the 1987 recipientf' of Quill and Scroll. Terry Davis Elizabeth Lorenz Leonard Roberts Lisa Chandler Kathy Simpson Betas And A.P. Students tamed Winners Gallatin High School Beta Club mem- bers excel on the District level as the Quiz Bowl team wins and the District Vice-President is elected. The Quiz Bowl team consisting of Keith Beasley, Doug Alexander, and David Simpson won first place among several high schools which competed. During the same meeting held at Westmoreland High School, Maggie Oldham was elected to the office of Dis- trict Vice-President for the 1987-88 aca- demic year. At Austin Peay State University this spring, Julie Hammond and Andrea Whitsell competed against many stu- dents from area private and public high schools in the area of essay writing. An- drea Whitsell captured first place and Ju- lie Hammond captured second place. Cissy Patterson, Beta Club secretary, won another special award in Social Studies, the Woodsman of the World Award. ci 4 Top: Maggie Oldham. Center: QL to RJ: Julie Hammond and Andrea Whit- sell. Below: CL to RJ: Keith Beasley, Doug Alexander, and David Simpson. Above: Cissy Patterson is named this year's recipi- ent of the Woodsmen of the World Award for excellence in history and social studies. SEP Youth Take Trips, Honors Several Gallatin High School groups have educa- tional experiences as Close-up goes to Washington, D.C., Youth Legislature goes to Nashville, N.F.L. inducts three members, and Inroads members complete their three year program. Five Gallatin Juniors and Mr. Hosier go to Washington, DC. to better understand the United States Government. Youth Legislature delegates go to Nashville on May 1-3, 1987, to simulate a state gov- ernment. Tracy Warren, Becky Stout, and Laura Black are the first three Gallatin High School students to be inducted into the National Forensics League. 4 Inroads, a minorityfcor- porate organization, has six members completing their program. Above left: QL to RJ: Mr. Hosier, Lisa Iergenson, Regina Tomlin, Michelle Simpson, Alison Garrott, and Shan- non Gray. Above Right: CL to RJ: lst row - Re- gina Tomlin, Lucinda Irions, Laura Black. 2nd row - Amy Lannom, Morgan Minch, Shannon Gray. 3rd row - Todd Reynolds, DJ. Gwin, and Doug Alexander. Center: Tracy Warren, Becky Stout, and Laura Black. Right: Twana Austin, Leonard Rob- erts, Katrena Brinkley, Sarah Rag- land, Sonia Stanton, Monica Ligon. "WW Above left: QL to RJ Ist row -- Ka- trena Brinkley, Amy Sue Edmond- son, Alison Perkinson, Emily Tyler, Rhea Keen, Kelly Bransford. 2nd row - Stephen Cole, Ann O'Rouke, Val- erie Lanius, Erica Rittenberry, LeeAnn Ragland, 3rd row - Danny MVS? Board, Larry McGlothlin, Domenic Delionibus, Mark Flick, Kevin Page are this year's All Mid State Band members. Above right: Amy Cheatham receives her crown for Band Queen. Center: Keith Burns, Tim Wuester, Karen Phillips, Glenna Whitaker, Iu- lie Hammond, and Angela Spence represent the Gallatin choral depart- ment by winning in All State compe- tition. Band And Chorus Win Honors' Gallatin High School chorus and band members have achieved honors on the state and local levels. Sixteen band members have achieved the All-Midstate band honor. They performed a piece of music in front of judges who rated them on their perfor- mance. Amy Cheatham, a band member, has been named Band Queen because of her support for the band program. She is the top sales- person of candy with pro- ceeds going to the band pro- gram. She also has sold cookies, had a car wash, and organized a bake sale. Six seniors received the All- State chorus honor. As the All-Miclstate band members do, the chorus members per- form a piece of music in front of judges. All of these stu- dents show that hard work and effort can allow a student to be the best. Joseph Dennis Condra, II james Haskell Gilliam, III 1 l Esther Louise Patterson Kelly Renee Short l Michael Craig Thigpen Elizabeth Lowry Todd appa ta "Membership in Kappa Eta represents the highest lev- el of achievment at Gallatin High School. In order to be selected for this distinguished honor, a student must excel academically and must demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of extra curricular activities." - Dan P. Herron, Principal QL to RJ: Joseph Dennis Condra, ll, james Haskell Gilliam, III, Esther Louise Patterson, Kelly Renee Short, Michael Craig Thigpen James Haskell Gilliam, III and Esther Louise Patterson and Elizabeth Lowry Todd l Prestigious Honor nnounced Kappa Eta is one of the most prestigious honors at Gallatin High School. Six outstanding seniors are named for their impressive extra-curricular activities. Each senior accumulates a certain number of points for each activity office and honor. The six seniors with the most accumulated points over three years at Gallatin High School earn the honor of Kappa Eta. Joseph Dennis Condra II is a recipient of this hon- ment in soccer Beta Club the Top Twenty Youth and Government plus be- ing a Senior Superlative and in the Performers as well as other activities. James Haskell Gilliam III is involved in Football and Baseball the Top Twenty Beta Club being a Senior Superlative and in the Key Club. Esther Louise Patter- son President of Tri-Hi-Y Beta Club secretary and member of the Top Twenty is a member of the Home- coming Court Lady of the Green and Gold a Senior Superlative Tennis and Soccer player as well as other activities. Kelly Re- nee Short Treasurer of the Senior Class is Valedic- torian Tri-Hi-Y officer a Senior Superlative on the Homecoming Court DAR tivities. Michael Craig Thigpen is involved in Youth and Government Soccer the Top Ten and other activities. Elizabeth Lowry Todd is in the Top Ten a Tri-Hi-Y officer Tennis Soccer and other activities. , , , , , , , , , , , , , f , , or because of his involve- recipient, and in other ac- , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , - Joseph Dennis Condra, II and Elizabeth Lowry Todd Michael Craig Thigpen and Kelly Renee Short Boys' State, Girls' State Honors nnounced Boys' and Girls' State is an honor based on leadership qualities, charac- ter, honesty, academic achievement, interest in government, and commu- nity participation. Each student is se- lected by popular vote within the Jun- ior class. Each year the delegates meet and set up governments within the "cities" created there. This year's Boys' State delegates are: David Coley, Ty Kirby, Jim Payne, Todd Reynolds, with alter- nates Doug Alexander and Tim Wright. The Girls' State delegates include Mira Jane Borders, Kim Dowland, Leanne Haile, Shelby Patterson, with alternates Shelley Banks and Lisa Locke. A 1986 Boys' State Delegate, Mi- chael Thigpen has been chosen as a Tennessee Honors Scholar. Top: Sitting KL to RD W- Mira jane Borders and Shelley Banks. Standing tl, to R3 - Leanne Hai- le, Lisa Locke, Shelby Patterson, Kim Dowland. Above: Sitting QL to RJ -- Tim Wright, Doug Alexander, Todd Reynolds. Standing QL to Rl - David Coley, Jim Payne, Ty Kirby. C-4? f,,,,... xx ,..,f"""'-Ljxtmnt .,s-.NX e.-,xg .wwewgk ...t.....,.-0 'T-I f.rl'1,,Q::g 4 -A' 4,73 ,tU,.,z,,,, Vw' Above: Michael Thigpen who represented GHS a Boys State in 1986 is a Tennessee Honors Scholar Tl I New Honor Society Recognizes Vocational Students The National Vocational-Technical Honor Society is an honor organization developed exclusively to provide recog- nition for outstanding students in voca- tional programs. Its purposes are to pro- mote service, leadership, honesty, career development, and skilled workmanship, to reward student achievement, to en- courage and assist student educational and career goal settings, to promote a stronger linkage between local vocation- al-technical institutions and business J t and industry, and to promote the image of vocational-technical education in America. Students are invited to become mem- bers based upon the following qualifica- tions: overall grade point average, grade point average in vocational areas, mem- bershipsin youth organizations, atten- dance, leadership ability, good attitude, and self-motivation. The National Vocational-Technical Honor Society is new at Gallatin Senior .--'f' ,UGWVDRK Top: Sitting - QL to RJ Lorie Hammock, Angie Gregory, Paula Porter, Carole Watson, Leann Hunt, Standing - KL to RJ Elizabeth Easton, Debbie Cronk, Dameron Tannant, Dana Driver, Scott Wilhite, William Wright, Richard Steward. Above: Kneeling - KL to RJ Lise Nelson, Reagan Ray, Jennifer McDole, Margaret Blaylock, 1st Row - QL to RJ Dawn Sloan, Amy Sue Edmonson, Connie Youngblood, Kim Crutcher, Shauna Dotson. 2nd Row - CL to RJ Jarvis Spruill, Peter Overmohle, Joel Ross, Jennifer Wiggins. High School this year. Fifteen students were invited to join the society. The nine members who are seniors will be recog- nized at senior honors night. Governor's School Announces Honors Gallatin High School has announced the sophomores and juniors who have been selected to attend Governor's School. Governor's School, a group of selective studies courses, has become a prestigious honor in its few years of ex- istence. Several sophomores have received this honor. Shauna Dotson has been chosen for Music, with Kim Crutcher and Jenni- fer Wiggins as alternates. Lise Nelson will have a chance to attend Humanities. Jarvis Spruill has received a place in ln- ternational Studies, with Darren Suther- land and Joel Ross as alternates. Lise Nelson has also been chosen for Sci- ences. Joel Ross has a spot reserved for Tennessee Studies. The Juniors will also be well repre- sented. Dawn Sloan has a place in the Tennessee Studies department, with Ju- lie O'Hara as an alternate. Amy Sue Ed- mondson has been chosen for Music. Margaret Blaylock, Raegan Ray, and Pe- ter Overmohle will be alternates for Art. A 0 ...' A Q f ,Q ij'-MM is aw f' Tommy Davis - Ag. min William Wright - Bldg. Trades - - Teresa Sadler - Com. Foods Departmental wards Given On Friday, May 15, Galla- tin High School recognized the most talented and high- est-achieving students in each department. Honors and awards were given to well de- serving students in categories such as vocational education, chorus, band, speech and dra- ma, social studies, CDC, Ten- nessee Careers Association, math, science, and perfect at- tendance. Many other seniors were recognized for their var- ied achievements. Honors that were received in earlier years are applauded on Senior Honors Day. This day is designed to acknowl- edge excellence within the Se- nior class. ', I my "i 5 li ,,,. 4 Q00-4 Michael Galbreath - Ar gvvll ai: V ' Lisa Breedlove - Bus. Ed. f ia 3 'lg 1, . 15, 7 W f 0- 1,1 t M13 ,iw A We . ! f tr ti ,Ml ii 4 fda ff r fi ' , x. f Richard Steward - CDP at - Katrena Brinkley - Band J' G?" Becky Stout - Choral Mus. Sp 8: Drama 1 1 Susan Kane - Career Orient. FFA State Farmers: lst row - Charles Palmer and Tommy Davis. 2nd row - Tim Ector and Delvin Sadler. Below: QI. to RJ: Darlene Stafford, Kellie Douglas, and Paula Porter are VOE competition winners. QW? Chris Cummings - Drafting 1- Sheila McDougal - Home Ec. fx' Melissa Anderson F- Office Ed, ...-T - -' Iulie Hammond - English Michael Thigpen - French L ,i, an .. A ess g wr ,,f-' 4: If I Inf W Brian Shoemaker - Indus, Elec. Christel Newhouser - Mktg. -T fb M Q- 2 , , 3 db' S, p es: V ,. ' Paul Boniol - Science David Simpson - Soc. Stud. Scott Wilhite - Gr. Arts ,grr Hi' .. ecc' fi f . If T3 ,- ' S 1 , Dale Davenport - Health 8: P.E.f IEP - Keith Taylor - Health Occ. t l Biren Patel - Math , , ,WQQFWZ 12,1 Jody Condra - Spanish GM xf Q7 For Efforts Gallatin High School is proud of Maurdi Kelly for her DECA awards, Trishia Krall and Lance Kizer for being commended national merit scholars, and the computer team for their honors. Maurdi Kelly, a junior at GHS, competed in the DECA State Conference Champion- ship at the Nashville Music City Sheraton. Competing in the area quick service man- agement, Maurdi won two first place medals, as well as first place in the overall state competition. Winning this level sent Maurdi on to Na- tional Competition in New Orleans. Maurdi placed sixth there. Trishia Krall and Lance Kizer are two of 25,000 se- niors named commended na- tional rnerit scholars. inf' E-...Q-"' ..s"' ' nib- "m,,,1,,,,....-Q-"N ,,,.-- if fav "' iff! , f Z iff Q H if isa. jf' Above left: Maurdi Kelly, this year's ard demonstrate the skills needed to Above: Trishia Krall and Lance Kizer National Deca winner. be lst place winners in the MTSU are qgmmended Natignal Merit Above right: Terry Davis, Paul Bon- high school computer programming Scholars, iol, Marty Cann, and Richard Stew- contest. 'D- is-fix HQ V ,Nam 'fbi 'Lv A , ' :Wg , , 1 --u... ff' . , , ,fl J, ,. Ifk' fly- .,j,'lY,' Az ,I C"""' , f ff - bove left: Margaret Blaylock. Center: Michael Thigpen, Andrea Above: LeeAnn Hunt, Paula Porter, bove right: Lorenzo Lucarelli and Whitsell, Kathy Simpson, jennifer Kerrin Dempsey, Kellie Douglas, Da- omas Sunstrom. Young, and Beth Todd. meron Tennant. Students Receive Honors For Their Achievements Many honors are given to Gallatin High School stu- dents for varied achieve- ments. Margaret Blaylock will be attending the Western Kentucky Junior Scholars Program this summer. She will stay eight weeks and par- ticipate in college courses for which she will receive nine hours of college credit. Mar- garet applied by writing an essay and sending her school transcript. She received the all expense paid prize of free room, board, and classes. Lorenzo Lucarelli and To- mas Sunstrom are our foreign exchange students. They re- ceived special commenda- tions from Pres. Reagan. Gallatin High School has five Tennessee Honor Gradu- ates who received the diploma for their academic achieve- ments, while six OEA stu- dents received honors for their achievements. Michael Thigpen Melissa Sparks AI1g9la Spence Andrea Whitsell Scholarships Are Given Each year scholarships are awarded at graduation to outstanding seniors. The scholarships are funded by various orga- nizations, companies and private indi- viduals. Michael Thigpen is the recipient of the Modern Woodmen of America Award. Melissa Sparks is the recipient of the Elks Nursing Scholarship and the Sum- ner County Medical Association Schol- arship. Keith Taylor is the Sertoma winner while Monica Ligon accepted the Ma- sonic and OES Scholarship. The Tri-Hi Y award was given to Angela Spence. Keith Taylor Lisa Breedlove Monica Ligon Keith Beasley - Front row: Lisa Breedlove, Angela Spence, Veronica Rittenberry. Second row: Kelly Short, Andrea Whitsell, Keith Taylor, Sarah Ragland. l First row: Monica Ligon, Melissa Sparks, Yolanda Lowe, Carole Ann Watson. Second row: Chris Cummings, Michael Thigpen, jim Gilliam, Keith Beasley. 4. -T Graduation wards Funds Two Student Council scholarships were awarded, one to Andrea Whitsell and one to Lisa Breedlove. Keith Beasley won the Hoeganaes Outstanding Stu- dent Award while Veronica Rittenberry won the Lucy C. Newman Scholarship. The Key Club Award went to Christo- pher Keith Cummings while Yolanda Lowe won the Aaron Jacobs Award. Sa- rah Ragland was the recipient of two awards, the Wal-Mart Scholarship and the Eaton award, while Jim Gilliam also won the Eaton award. Winning the Walter Foster Brown award was Carole Watson while Kelly Short was the recipient of the Allied Automotive Academic Award. - Veronica Rittenberry Chris Cummings Yolanda Lowe Sarah Ragland - Jim Gilliam Carole Ann Watson Kelly Short C P' yi? :www www A angry, 3336.5 gyms wig QQ.-,um H5522 :www M 3535 M3251 Y ,. Q dwg? 593555 5-Wg? .Qt 168232 2235.233 is A 5252 W 125: ISIS 1555 Sf? we E32 gza LISZ Iergenson and Anne Rush show their junior x Q 3153 liiiiiiii :aw 555325 B Mk , S 33936 wg 3 V e wiv Haig gov . S3539 1 YSL? 55152 S235 5:53 4335 5 2552 Top left: Renee Bohanan and Dawn Sloan pose for a picture. 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Being A junior Is Like . flying through the trees. - Julie Bracey one big party with one hour of En- glish in the middle. - Pat Thomason swinging through the jungle. - Nikki Borders having a Corvette without the keys. - Rob Knapp being run over by a big truck. - Sarah Kittrell trying to eat an ice cream cone when your mouth is numb. - Kathy Oldham Being late for work during rush hour. - Richie Harville being put in a prison cell with no way out. - Brian Wisby a poptart with no frosting. - Traci Warren being an almond in a chocolate bar. - Shelley Barber falling out of an airplane at 30,000 ft. into a cactus patch. - Scott Webster a mud pie. - Christi Dennis fganngy 'Ali-:ggg1hVy Iamane Abutrab V Doug Alexander ,Hahn Aiexamdex sZii1 Aifgn jigxmyyjalleny gs Tami Amendola Vgiqkieghndegsoxxgf fgfsgxigggaifqsiffgf Giw Ayerf, 4 Marie Bailey I-Fifi'-fP?1dwin mm sms leg Banks g Shi2l1eyiBarbfer " Bgirice Barkgdale Chiis Baskerville-'ik Sharon Bass T Tim Bauzenh L Qgott Baughn Lisa Belcher, Leanne Bei! 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Howev- er, as hundreds of pieces of green and pink tissue paper were used, things began to take a definite form. Even a computer printout was used by the juniors during the float's construction. Ziggy, dressed in green and stirring a huge pot, overflowing with V's for victory won the appeal of the judges. Unfortunately, rain cancelled the Homecom- ing parade, but the float was displayed in the Jaycee's Homecoming '86 parade the following week. ',91.j1.3, .. D 6' k i ,f , , N Y. , pn -1 , an W X HMM .. gr.. 'E' 1 X W ' ff ll 4: AG ,v 1 ., f k.k, ,Q I , .--,' 1: A ,, , j ,ii ,159 Lag -r,- --H. MNA' .'-u-'- wi- ig 2' 16545 . ,nn 'Q' M y.. ev. ., .5 WL . 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'Ep ,ffina Sunjgmers ' f?StefanielSWaffOrdif7f L Marcus Sweat Chip Swider ,,gwilliamgffalbertffl V Nincentiiayior ' Dameron Tennant p ,Rhonda Terry My ilffonitahflllaacker 'Chase Thomason- H Pat Thomason jeff Trisdalep : Travis 'frontman 7 Amy Troutt .joseph Turner , ,Sean Vaughn Students Are Selected For College Group On Saturday, November 1, six students from Galla- tin Senior High were cho- sen to attend a leadership seminar at Western Ken- tucky University. The stu- dents selected were: Doug Alexander, Mira Borders, Kim Dowland, Leanne Haile, Anita Malone, and Tim Wright. Each partici- pated in groups with stu- dents from all over Ten- nessee. These students were selected by their En- glish teachers. - Leanne Haile Research Is Exhausting I look at the clock. It's mid- night. I have been working on my research paper for the past seven hours. The big question now is, will it be presentable at 8:00 a.m.? As I sort through my 300 plus note cards, I am throwing out at least 100. This really hurts, consider- ing all the time I spent making them. My subject is dreams. If one more per- son tells me what they have dreamed, I will scream! After I have turned this paper in, I do not ever want the subject of dreams to be discussed in my pres- ence. I can barely hold my pen. I watched "The Cosby Show" earlierg one of Bill Cosby's daughters has just re- ceived her grade on her thesis. She made a Would you believe her subject was dreams? Not a very encourag- ing omen! Now with my caffeine- filled cola and candy beside me, I must get back to the world of dreams - and I do not mean sleep. - Leanne Bell 'Mn xiii 1 i-me N U6 w-""?.1- VW'-wi.2z'efafrnu . 'tff w Q I ' "'w. . 1 J' .g,, - U ,fi ff 'Ina-q,,,, Ms. Johnston helps lim P ayne with his research paper. 2 g:g:E:,:55g: 3, tt? N515 :::2E2!2525 gi .: time W Mg: kg ig . S3 --Q .,.,,. ff- rt ...... , ..:1.5.5.:-,., . 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N -----ifffimsww sawea.,...mQWaNWr.s stflixwws wimymswme w2 " i"NW ' Andrea Vest john Vida Toan Vuong Amy Wade Emily Walker Robert Warner Tracy Warren Azalea Waters Steve Watts jeff Weaver Scott Webster Melissa Wertenberger Andy Whitaker Dean Whittemore Chris Wilkinson Evan Williams .mia 5 at n T Q asss T L to R are Anne Rush, Lamar Franklin, Nancy Daigler, and Shelley Banks, I he Cl R ' Chad Wilson Chris Wilson Ramsey Wilson Clay Winter Darlene Woodard Keily Woodward Lori Woodward Alberta Wright Randall Wright Tim Wright Michael Yarger Trent Zimmerie Class Elects Officers With Experience Experience is perhaps the best teacher, and the junior class officers have all had a chance in the past to demon- strate their potential as lead- ers. The class officers are Anne Rush, presidentg Lamar Franklin, vice-president, Shelley Banks, secretary, and Nancy Daigler, treasurer. This is Lamar Franklin's first year as an officer, but the three girls have held positions as officers before. As presi- dent Anne Rush states, "I think the class of '88 is a very special class." f f v, s I " i g 2 X es '73 , , 'A 5 0 Sophomores Every Sophomore must take P.E. to graduate. Ca teh The Wa ve if .af 5 3 ffm 5 ,, Y ? W. v,,, I, , KW. .,f""f, 4 M, V54 ,qw "SJW f Top Left: Curtis Graves ponders a question in the library. Top Right: Jodi Stephens relaxes after a hard Bottom Left: Amy Dukes writes her hand off tak- ffaCk meet- ing notes. Bottom Right: Wayne Simpson sneaks into the Below: Lennie Brabson appears surprised. library during class. x . 1 , 1 1 Q -mampmmim, if tif 0 an Henry Adams Stacey Adams Tim Adams Leanne Adamson Stacie Adamson Brent Alexander David Alexander Eric Alexander Phillip Alexander Tammy Alford Miguel Alrnendarez Cathy Anderson Chad Anderson Rebecca Anderson Tracy Anderson Trent Anderson Leon Asherbranner Bo Atherton Yolanda Bailey David Baker joan Baker Greg Balturshot Rena Barksdale Darwin Barr Peggy Barrett Nick Baskerville Rocky Baskerville Chris Bates Marilyn Beck Jennifer Bell Nicole Bennett Phillip Benett Wayne Bennett Scott Berry Amanda Biggers Sterling Birdsong Tony Blake Kathy Boland Patricia Boutwell Scott Bowler f H H f W .,,,, kv if , "I:i: " Ms K f W Qf W, I ,W l f lie' W , , J wt. Mifw' " , , 44 at w. is 2- f. ' were f if 'K r 'W err ' fr J A iit V f fl: I V ' ,1,2wf5-gm ' waltz 2 ff ' " 'G u " Q ,,,, , 2 , 'f V H ,,,,,,,,,, in Q "" if Y , sstt E , as , I, i. ,yyy Q -A. K S , ,. 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Fishing with a bare hook. - Erik Holt The crunch of a cookie. - Trent Anderson Being brain dead. - Chuck jones Being the king of Spain. - Shane Gaither The cream of an Oreo. - Kenny Chaffin Tammy Brown Sabrina Brummett Aimee Burgett jamie Burgett jim Bybee Payton Byrd Thomas Cantrell Michael Carey Lisa Carter Traci Carter Wanda Carter Tracey Cartwright Jennifer Carthcart Kenny Chaffin Melissa Chaffin Chris Cha low Amy C eat am Paige Chitwood Donna Clardy Raymond Clay Tracy Clay Daran Cloud Lepaula Coakley Christy Cobb Susan Cooper Brad Cotler Bethany Cowger Stacy Cox Tracey Cox Kelly Craft Maurice Crenshaw Chris Crow Alison Crowe Kim Crutcher , W f, 4 W 35 , fz ,Z . iff , 4 Z K V N? 2 M91 Evil V , f V 2121451 in 4 fm ' ,z 1 , A ,,,, 'f' ' if 5 ' 11? ai - , I .. ,H + ,-P f ,,,' K K T , in l C J f -' yxyigl z , V,, Q li 32 M , The 51: ,L ,fmf41fw., T sophomores completed a questionaire for a yearbook poll. Included were questions regarding transportation to and from school 11 and an open ended phrase, "Being a sophomore is like The responses were tabulated and have been included in the sophomore class section. Credit has been given to the re- spond ing sophomores for their wit and wisdom. Chris Cummins Sharl Dalton W Tyrone Dalton! Katerina Darsinos Gina Daughrry Cindy Davenport Ckiarlespavisef Brian Day ' Nancy Denning Ifzisep he Divindenzo Brian Dixon Klwycefhlilonoho Sharon Dorris - Stephen gDorri55 s Shauna Dotsoii t Kathy Defff' is Angela Douglas Shane Douglas Ams'iDwkeS Bobby Duncan Jill Duncan get Kevin Dimnelfs Cherri England, Daniel1ei55'rEva'rig-j I 'raaa sat-was Farmer Z Lisa Farmer 4, Charla Fields 'Q" .----.........,.. Lisa Fileccia E15 Flint Kim Flippin , Henry Flood Shelli Forte Craig Foster Joy Franklin Nicole Franks Jena Friedman Leanne Fuller Todd Fugua Shane Gaither Clay Gann Carla Garrison Daniel Gattis Cindy Gentry Ginger Goodpasture Harvey Goolsby Kurt ,Gore Curtis Graves Debra Graves Pam Graves Shawn Gray Shannon Gray Daphne Green Richard Green Tommy Greer Angie Gregory el xflx ag, W he f , K e 3 9 -S :rdf X . . ami ra . Al .K X 7, f . " ---- 5 K ' ' 'F , dr R .K X W A fr V fre.: I-':e:. ffe:f I .JEL ' x ' A '1 K fee-- ' -:ass ',,,,::..y'5 1-- 21--.-:fs .waiver N i Bi' 2 ii fa , is ia 5,4 C fum- .MJ N li 3- . 'X of ' S. K. L .SSM .S " gg . . , f H Jigga:-.1 v . f. iw if J V .gag 51:4 . -,, 'Nas' , ..... r-, li .. X fb is W 3 ,ky Q ,Q . .. Siifggg 4?-' W Q.. - ---- W- ..,, . ... ., Muzi: ESM - . . . ... ... ... , ..... , ..... y X an . .... ... ,... . . ... . . . v ii i -, . 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X- if R Dianna Gregory Tricia Gregory Chris Grenead Amy Griffin Todd Griffin Adam Grinder Danielle Crommes Katie Haile Jennife Haile Sonya Halcomb Gina Haley Slhrigiy Hall Lisa Hall Sandy Hall jeremy Hammock Lorie Hammock Marlz Hammoclz Annette Hammons Malia Hanohano David Harber Andy Hardaway Nat Harper Billy Harris Stacey Harrison Ken Hartsock Shawn Hassell Cindy Haynes James Head Roger Henson Beth High jeff Hill Lesley Hill Tammy Hines Harley Hjerpe Michael Hodges Kim Hogan Lisa Hogan Eric Holt David Howard Andy Howell Melanie Howerton Greta Hogeg Rachael Howeg Mary Hudclleston Gina Hudson Haley Hughey jackie Hunter John Hurt Jay Ingrum Thomas jenkins Veronica jenkins Vickie jenkins Cindy Johnson Diana Johnson Marty Johnson Travis johnson Dennis jones jeff Jones Jennifer Jones Paul Jones Randy jones Stephen Keisling Karenia Keith Scott Keith Audra Kelly Patrick Kelly Tamera Kelly Sherri Kelton Kimerly Kennedy Tim Key Sean Kilgore Kim Kirby Pai e Kirby ary ay e Kirkland Aaron Kiser Thomas Klein Sheila Larnpkin Ben Lanius Lee Lannom Billy Lee Sf XX VS' ex af T N: up--, ae xi el il w if"'X E ,s-sa k - egg 5 .gi-f - S 4 -". .W if f , fd." ff Shelby Lee Al Lesemann Adam Lewis Billy Likens Leigh Ann Lillard jamie Lilly Mary Lindsay Sherry Little Tate Litts Mishae Love Michele! Maddox Jamecia Malone Tvcnne Malone James Manning' David Martin Matthew Masters Mike McBride Moses McClellan jerry McComb Michelle McConnell M542 warm , . 135 ,gl v, f - 'd s h Michael 'Rickman catches the wave WfQd:erC53iF1fA5lij Lileitdiirin Wave and shows his style by wearing the W' 1 ' original Coke sweatshirt. Scott McCord Missy McCormick Rodney McCormick Tabatlia McCormick jason McCullen john McDaniel jennifer MCDole Stacy McDole Cay McDougal Lisa McDougal Lynda McClotl1in jason McMahon Stacey McMurry Mike McMurtry Tondra McNabb john Meiggs Kelley Merryman Eric Miller Rick Miller Alexis Minor Kenneth Mitchell Melonie Mitchell 1 Ann Moncrief jamie Moore jimmy Moore Chris Morgan Nicki Morgan Steve Morris Charles Moss joann Mullins Lisa Nelson Maggie Nett David Neville i -ii iii . f f " 5-,Q ,N xl K 1-Q X X r . , Lk will x A K fel' L i re lb, ek P R i X e .. his ML, N . ig, ga.: . .effesee :ef . .. -L- 2 - E Bi - -:sew My ,5 , x S xr L arf ab ww 3 6, wx? 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Stacy Odom Maggie Oldham Stacy Oldham Vince Oldham Jeanne Oliver Amy Olson Ann O'Rourke Mary Yancey Parks Virginia Parks Kenny Parrish Michelle Parson jeff Patterson Larry Pearson Tracey Peek Beclci Perkins Alison Perkinson Lekoa Persley Chuck Pewiti Billy Phillips Pam Phillips Temple Piercey Missy Porter Theresa Portilla Penny Poston Jason Poteet jamie Puckett Dan Puryear Kelly Raney jim Ray Rob Reasonover Chad Reed Ranee Reed James Reis Christy Repine Rikki Rhodes Michael Rickman Rusty Riclgway Tyler Ring Bill Rittenberry Robert Rittenberry Keith Robertson jonathan Rogan Willie Rogan Jennifer Rogers Kent Rogers De Anne Rolland joel Ross Mark Rudzinski Tina Runnels Dawn Rutledge Susan Sadler Tabetha Sadler Travis Saferight Mike Samples Patty Samuels Deanna Scott MW 197312 wir W "' aw fa. ff if aut! Sophomore class offi- CGISZ President Kurt Core Vice-President Bobby Duncan Secretary joann Mullins Treasurer Paige Kirby f 1 X g K ff 'fa 2 , A Q 4 W i nr 2 f M .,ih VIRE ,i R ! ksl,... ,M 'Q wir f le 4 1, .1 We , ff 1- ru, -. 35' 7 1 AAL f WWW ,,,.. ,ZW Q57 ,T . we ff ,f YEL ,, ' I ,V .., f ... hi if 1,4 ff: :rw yn- 'fr mg, J, f.. , , V .: it , ft, 1 ,, ,,,, , ,g f-film, f ff f f' 'W El' af Q 7 f Q f Q 'ef fe, V fix 1, X Z ff Wag ' 'jg if f X W Why I " W,,,, , 1 " 'fii,ff1t7' :M A ! 1 at, 3 ,alum W , 5 A W ,,,, 1 Mike Scott jennifer Scruggs Corby Sears Katherine Settle Shawn Shelton Todd Shoulders Billy Shrum john Shrum Scott Shrum Michelle Silcox Michael Simpson Bobby Simpson Wayne Simpson Jeff Sircy Darian Smith Greg Smith Stacey Smith Tony Smith Terry Springer Jarvis Spruill james Stafford Richard Stafford Stacy Stanton Phillip Stark Jeff Staten Howard Stenson Amy Stevens Lara Stevison Donna Stewart jeremy Stid James Stinson Michelle Stinson Keith Stockdale jay Sturdivant Darren Sutherland Greg Swafford Tim Swindle loe Talley Renee Talley Winnie Talley Allen Taylor Angela Taylor Billy Taylor jennifer A, Templeton jennifer T. Templeton Troy Terry Benita Thompson Dawn Thompson Stuart Thomas Tabitha Thomas Sierra Thorn john Tillman Austin Tomkins V Regina Tomlin Tisia Tucker Shona Tuttle Don VanAtta Rearno Vaughn Marilyn Vida Kerri Waggner Terry Wallace Angie Warren Amanda Watkins Scott Watson Mark Webb Wally Webb Scott Webber Phillip Weldon Stevie Welch Deni Weller Brian White Tracy White Michael Whiticker jamie Whitaker jennifer Wiggin Glenn Williams jimmy Williams Sherry Williams Tate ' ' omm Williams Tr ,,,,.,,5i'i fa ' H, , ,A , ""' , , :I Uv t , HL' Q9 .5 , , fEEEZ""l! , ' 'E . 55557 e '12, ,Miata fs Wert- f ,, 5 U I rzzf- ,,fk l F fl? ia g f Y Y f is at if ,i s at A far if ,Q 4 at . 4 2 Ea f ,,, fa 1 7 1 53,211 -Z an it 'N Nh '21"7' Q 'ff 1?S " 'f - 'E 1 111 'Ev f ir. , 5 We -it ,, v rt,,,,,, W If f do fa , 4 41- , it fx 9 A 4' 4, Q t- . ,,,, H 1 Q f M xx f .l ir E52 X We 2 v ff ,Ja W , r it :Ev nf, wits' lk at . le K . Julie Wilson Stephanie Wilson Christy Wilson Jamey Wilson Kevin Wilson Tracey Winters Brian Wisby Joe Wix Michael Woods Sarah Woods Larry Workings Chris Wright Kevin Wright Laura Wright Scottie Wright Mathew Wyers Katrina Yarnell Rohm 75Her ' Connie Youngblood jim Zboja While Learning To Drive, The Worst Thing That Happened Was . I hit the curb while trying I got pulled over. I lost my car because I for- We had just put up a new carport to change gears and the tire - Stephen Dorris - got what it looked like. and I hit it. Two days later we had it blew out. - Jennifer Rogers - I was driving down a road - Jennifer A. Templeton when the brakes went out, I hit a police car while try- I had the car in reverse and and I went into a ditch. ing to park my car. I did not know, so I ran into - John Shrum - - Shelli Forte - the car behind me - Christy Repine - My dad started hollering because he thought that I was going to run onto the side- walk at TG 8: Y. I was so em- barrased because they were having a sidewalk sale and there were a lot of people there. - Brochelle Branham - I hit my neighbor's mail- box. - Rena Barksdale - The car stalled beside some train tracks while a train was coming. - Suzanne Bennett - I hit a dog, ran over a cat, and wrecked into the house. - Ranee Reed - I hit a squirrel and it didn't die, so I backed up and killed it. - Jeff jones - I ran over a porcupine and got a flat tire. - Travis Saferight - I ran over a stop sign at the drivers test center. - Rusty Ridgway - An old lady passed me on a two-laned sreet and the speed limit was 55. - Maurice Crenshaw - xX ft M Xt 1' il' H I s ' . Y ll I W , , g' wrt' Freshmen i' rw . rx , r a , 5 1 . E fr' 6 RZ 1 H '0' WWW WW Ray Crowder relaxes in the library to read a book. Catch The , Wave Top left: Carrie Krall models her Mickey Mouse sweatshirt. Bottom left: Shannon Crenshaw kicks back while she is studying. Below: Kenneth Hughes carries I.uCresha Warcl's books to class for her. Top right: Jennifer Nycz, Skipper Sparkman, and Tanya Driver work on the freshman float for Homecoming. V Bottom right: Valerie Lanius turns for a picture. 4? 459 Q , Being A Freshman Is Like . . . Being a Yugo in a parking lot full of Trans-Ams. Chandra Moore Being a pit in a bowl full of cherries. Scott Bauer Being in a Chicago Bear's huddle. Latrice Woodrich Being an ant in a big city parking lot. Susan Paull Being the only Vandy fan at a UT- Vandy football game. E Kendra Kirby Being a polka-dot on a wall full of stripes. B Sheridan Miller Having a piece of gum stuck to your shoe. Patrick Link Being a Russian in an American school. janet Sparks Being a trout in a tank full of Great White Sharks. Shannon Ingram Being a lost dog. Kimberly Malone ,gi The freshman class officers are chosen by the freshman class at the beginning of the school year. janet Sparks is the president with Christie Chandler serving as vice-president. Rebekah Allen has been voted secretary, and acting as treasurer is Penny Patterson. Angie Abbott jason Abbott Steve Adams Samantha Agee Tate Albert Bryce Alexander Iackie Alexander Tammy Alexander Vikki Alexander Sandi Alford Freddy Allen Rebekah Allen Shaneka Allen Brandon Anderson Karen Anderson Shane Anderson ,1 Shannon Anderson Stephanie Anderson Charlie Anderson Stacy Anglea Kristin Apple Ayesha Asherbranner Tina Atherton Jobeth Balentine jeff Balturshot Shelly Barber Chance Barnett Shay Barnett Tyrone Bartlett Tonya Barton Bryan Baskerville Cyndi Bass Darnell Bass Lisa Bass Teri Bates Scott Bauer Tracy Beasley Lee Belcher Michelle Bell Myron Bennett Tim Bennett Carmen Berry Ryan Birdsong Tully Birdwell Steve Blair Danny Board Neil Bohanan Billy Boner Ali Boone Kevin Boop Pauline Border Betsy Bottom Stoney Bowe Todd Bowers Tricia Boyd Rene Bradford Cindy Bradley Kellie Bransford Julie Briddle Antoinette Britton Sondra Brooks Kenneth Brown Shane Brown Suzanne Brown Brandell Browner Missy Broyles Abbye Buntin Towanda Burgess Dennis Burns Chad Burris Stephanie Burris Patsy Burrow Becky Burton Dewa n Art Cady Kevin Cage Tanya Cagle Beth Canter Michelle Canter Angela Carlisle Scott Carmouche Rob Carpenter Audra Carter Brett Carter Donna Carter Phil Carter Kellie Carver Lori Case Bethany Casey Christie Chaffin john Chance Christie Chandler Ray Chandler B6 A . ,., . 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Sharon Dunn Ron Dusek Thomas Eakle Michelle Erickson Mark Everitt Lana Farley Stanley Ferguson Lauri Fileccia Lance Fisher Stewart Fisher Mark Flick Michael Ford La,n,m.nt..Eosten Jodie Fox Belinda Franklin Macio Franklin Bobby Freeman Toby Froelich Missy Fuqua Curtis Gifford K'leetha Gilbert Chris Glover Veronica Good Lamont Goodrich Iames Graham Debbie Graves Paul Graves Christy Gray jeff Gray Stacey Gray Kim Green Chris Gregory Christie Gregory Roy Gregory Shawn Gregory Tisha Griffin Margaret Grizzard Sonya Haile john Hale Timmy Hammers Darrel Hammock Wanda Harbor Chris Hardaway Chad Harper Andre Harper Kim Hawn Chris Haynes Sarah Heatherly Travis Hedgebath Matthew Herndon Amanda Herndon Lesa Hicks 3 Z jf' if R .Y ? ?5f f i? "2 3, ? 'ug N I ,,, W5 - . 2 21' 2 iz. Seniors Are . . . Lucky because this is their last year in school Chris Glover Superior to Freshmen K leetha Gilbert Stuck Up Ronnie Taylor Very immature acting even though they are the oldest in school Leslie Clark The greatest Tonya Middleton Weird people who have mistakenly appointed themselves better than everyone else David Youmans People who rule the school they would also be the ones to date Cyndi Duncan W , . . ,L f . ' V ,5:.:.w'-f: - . t. ' '-5 '- ---- ' - " ' Teresa Hicks jeff Hickson Bart Highers Kevin Hill Kristi Hill Swanson Hill Wesley Hill Robert Hix K. Tammy Hodges Sonya Hoffman Bryant Hogin Scott Holbrooks Bobby Hoskins Sonia Huddleston jennifer Hudson Tina Hudson Shannon Hughes Henry Humphrey Mickey Humphrey Jeff Hunter Tammi Hutcherson ennifer Ingrum Shannon Ingrum james Irion Missy jackson Scott jackson Cindy Janco Michelle jenkins Richard Jennings Mark jergenson Kristie johns Amy johnson Ricky johnson Shawn johnson Shay johnson Chuck jones jeff jordan Catina Joyner Ray Keller Troy Kemp Sandy Kimbrough Eddie Kingrey Kendra Kirby Shawn Kirkham Chad Kling Carrie Krall jeremy Ladd Renee Lafferty jason Lamb Christy Langford Tammie Lanius Valerie Lanius 4 .W Leslie Lauper Melissa Lawson David Leathers Chris Lee Mark Lejsek Daryl Lenick Tanya Leonard Stephen Lewis Michael Lillard Matt Lilly Patrick Link Tammy Litts Vince Long Calvin Lowe Todd Lowe Kim Malone Walesha Malone Margaret Martinie David Mason Will Mason Amy Mayes Michelle McAlpin Chad McBride Ray McClanahan Daphine McClellan Russ McCrory Shellie McCullugh jon McDonald Larry McClothlin Dale McGowan Angela McGuire jenny Mclntosh Shayne McKee David McMurry Rena McMurry Tonya Middleton Brandon Midkiff Gayla Miles Sheridan Miller Kendra Mitchell Scott Mitchener Malcolm Montgomery 90 1 7 v J MW I.. 4 5 if 7' , , 5 H X . S t i fa if THE Best Part Of Being In High School Is The freedom Someone finally treats us like adults Carrie Krall Being able to walk around ln the morning and during break to see all of those good looking guys Shelly Barber The break the lunch choices an only one year of P E Eric Co e 2. Dwayne Sherlin Donna Shirley Rhonda Shirley Troy Short Colin Shriver Angela Shrum Candie Shrum Butch Shults Diane Silcox Kevin Simpson Shawn Simpson Jason Sims Ryan Sisco Travis Slayton Ioanna Sloan jackie Smith Kim Smith Leslie Smith Skipper Sparkrnan Janet Sparks Stephen Spears Dennis Stafford Rhonda Starrett Michael Stephens Elaine Stevens Roberta Stevens Arvin Stewart Keisha Stewart Tammy Stewart Charles Stout Charlie Stout Kim Stout Am urdivant Alycia'Summers Tracy Summers Elissa Sutton Maria Sweat Terry Tarpley Lori Taylor Ronnie Taylor Sherry Templeton Kyle Thigpen Melissa Thomas Dinah Thompson Meri Todd Scotty Todd Chris Troutman Michael Troutt ja Carolyn Turner jonathan Turner Kelley Turner pf 0 W .W f Za SQ az f as 55 g f 7 Hx- i , gy: , f 6 9' nu. , , ff, me Men! Q 6 i 5 fi 3 ? r , i " y K4 L51 4 is L S , - 5 ,yi ,, ei it I ., 2 1 T , . e,,,.. 1 gxffiglfy r K .K My Y fa ,ff .e 1. m s ww at 1 X 'sf ,awegg MQ' i s 1 K z. 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X V 3 if A 5 4 'Eff gift' f new 8 J Dennis Tuttle Emily Tyler George Urban Ihomas Vaden Anestis Varsakelis Troy Vaughn Schell Vaughn Allen Vest Chris Wade Hargis Wade Susy Waggener Hayes Wakefield Rewa Wakefield Wade Wakefield Annette Walker Carl Walker Mark Walker Steven Walker Toni Walker Lucresha Ward Melissa Watson Christie Weaver john Webb Stacy Webb Traci Webb Kim Weber Renee Welch Lamar Whitaker Wayne Whitaker jason White Lori White Christie Whiticker Misty Wilkes Danny Williams jobie Williams Kerry Williams Tracey Williams Billy Williamson Tina Williamson Roger Willis Stephanie Wilson Troy Wimberley David Winfrey Melissa Wise Chris Withrow Latrice Woodrich Glen Woods La'Quita Woods Krista Wright Susan Wright David Youmans Hunter Young Student Life 1. i if ii 5 f is nl if mei' , 9' ffr?0F' Chris Crow takes his first breath of life during the one act play "Feathertop". 4 3 Th e Wa ve Left: Mrs. Mayberry helps Ed Oldham with the construction of the junior class float. Middle- Mr. Murphy discusses the finer points of Below left: The Performers sing the Alma Ma- basketball with Kelly Short and Renay Adams. ter during Basketball Homecoming. Right: Cool dudes on Sunglasses Day are jeff Bur- Below right: Advanced art student, Reagen Ray gett, Steve Adams, Missy Porter. sits in front of her exhibit. I pf fm. YA 1 ff, "UU af: , TT, I 9,4 r Wave Magic Gets Wet Hard work, high spirits, and hurricane gales comprise Football Homecoming this year. Throughout the week, the members of each class put together and create their in- terpretation of the theme, "Green Wave Magic", by 'building the class float. The end of the week brings excite- ment as the possibility of winning the first place ribbon hangs in the balance. Friday comes with thunder and lightning. The floats are fin- ished and the clouds fill the sky. By afternoon, the town knows that the parade is can- celled. The rain does not let up as a few faithful fans gath- er to see the game. The Home- coming game has no glitter this year. No floats, no home- coming court, no seniors are presented. There is no stand- ing-room-only crowd at the game, but the "Green Wave Magic" is there as the team wins 28-O against Franklin. Above: The football team watches the game in the rain Homecoming night. Left: Michael Galbreath sits on the stage waiting to be judged for his hippie outfit on Hippie Day. Far left: jeff Roberts, Stacy Kirk, and Shelia McDougal were the winners of the camouflage competition on Camouflage Day. Below: The Homecoming Court and their escorts, the senior cheerleaders, Left Students from Mrs Lanius first and football players wait to practice period class work on their door for their presentation, "R Above left: Coach McPheron and Mrs. Reasonover try to reload an empty stapler, Above: Mrs. Mattox's door, with the famous lines from '1Macbeth," wins the door competition. Left: DJ. Gwin and Kelly Short find refuge under some umbrellas from the rain on Homecoming night. .,,, gf , ,,,,, ,,,W A Q? Zi? H-, JSA? ,F ig' , if ' af, 1 , W' 1 9 ' . " I 'o .f af, Q . . PW M u ,K 4 , K x I1 'I ,. , , 'V iw ie: "' VV-:- f ,giifa , ' L 24 If I 2 ' ,5 51J1iSSW'fwfl,j'j'f V 5 M 355 Q af' PF' W fl:-3 ,!"V" ffff l , , -- . S 1 Drive Exceeds Goal The year of 1986 has been yet another record year for Gallatin Senior High School's magazine drive. The school has turned in a total of S127,191.60, surpassing the total from last year. The top selling classes are Mrs. Payne with S9,726.46, Coach Stephenson with S9,114.23, and Coach McPher- son with 557,501.23 The rest of the top ten classes are Mrs. Tomlin, Coa- ch Ioslin, Mrs. Fanning, Mrs. Reasonover, Ms. Gaba, Mr. Sanders, and Mrs. Mattox. The top ten students are Cissy and Jeff Patterson, Todd Reynolds, Mira Jane Borders, Doug Alexander, Kendall McCormick, Michael and Kyle Thigpen, Martin Porter, Rob Reasonover, Beth High, and Jim Payne. Out of the total sold, forty per cent of the money has been returned to the school to be used for new school sup- plies, furnishings, instruc- tional materials, and prom. Magazine drive '86 has in- cluded the perennial speeches on the intercom from Coach Stephenson, who later sport- ed his infamous "two-two" in the gym, the ice cream parties and doughnut bashes, along with class visits all around the building. 45' jf Left: Coach May receives a pie in the face from Mrs. Suddarth as the result of a bet. l 1 Right: Coach Short assists Coach Barron with hanging the money for the Magazine Drive. 'Curious Savage' Is Play The JuniorfSenior Play of 1986 was a dramatic comedy called "The Curious Savage", by John Patrick. The play ran December 11th and 13th with a cast of eleven. It is the story of an elderly woman fMrs. Savagej who inherited S50 million from her recently de- ceased husband. She put the money into a "Happiness Fund" in which she gave away money to people who had a dream to fulfill. Subse- quently her children, Titus, Samuel, and Lily Bell, put her in a home for the mentally disturbed so as to extract the inheritance from her. The play was directed by former speech and drama teacher Juliette Guthrie and co-directed by Gallatin's new speech and drama teacher Kimberly Reed. Other people involved in the play were Lau- ra Black on book, Jeff Rob- erts, Stage Manager, Shelia Nash, Kiby Overman and Jay Ingrum on lights, Terry Tar- pley on sound, Kathy Boland on props, Sheree Abernathy and Leigh Mattox handled publicity while Amanda Bas- kin helped with costumes. Make-up was done by Leanne Haile, Leigh Mattox, Bridget Martin and Elizabeth Hagerty with the help of Mrs. Guthrie, Mrs. Johnston, Miss Reed, Mrs. Bivens, and Mrs. Miller. Above: The cast of The Curious Savage wait in line to have their make-up put on opening night. Far right: The nurse, Glenda Hart, pleads with Mrs. Savage's son, Corey Lewis. Right: Ethel Savage lBecky Stoutl stands by her daughter Lily Belle 1Cheryl Gregoryl. 1 Left: Sheila Nash and Kiby Overman Below: To avoid wearing out the mid- take care of the lights during the dle of the mg, Ethel Savage walks PIHY- around the outside. Cast Of Characters Florence .... .... Hannibal . . . . . . . Fairy May .... .... Jeffrey ....... .... Mrs. Paddy .... .... The Family Titus ..... .... Samuel ..... .... Lily Belle ..... .... Ethel..e... The Staff Miss Wilhelmina. . . . . . . . Dr. Emmett ..,..... .... Director ........... .... Assistant Director Schuyler Carr John Hancock Angela Harper Craig Garrett Christy Gasey Corey Lewis Paul Boniol Cheryl Gregory Becky Stout Glenda Hart Keith Burns Juliette Guthrie Kimberly Reed it THE DCU I US SAVAGE CC4a 7 30 Pm Above: Caught by surprise is veteran drama teacher Juliette Guthrie Left: This year's JrfSr play The Curl ous Savage, was performed two nights in December f 'ID . Right: Alison Garrett, Debbie Scott, Bel0w1The Performers Smg the Alma and Andrea Whitsell discuss the fin- Mater after the seniors are presented er Points of basketball at the break- between the boys' and girls' games. fast- Above left: Yolanda Lowe presents Renay Adams a medal at the pep ral- ly. - Above right: Mr. Herron shows his Right: Sean Page gives his best im- spirit on Green and Gold Day, pression of Run-D.M.C. on Sun- glasses Day. 0 Y f' I I- : Q .Is we il- eff ssr i W5 W R' .Q P19 M 'Rm -- 1 as . .9 ., 65.1 Q? p 1? 5? X95 it Wests. . iaeii 'M A Wave Goodbye As the cold weather per- sists, Gallatin warms up to the idea of Basketball Home- coming, the girls' undefeated season, and the boys' fast- paced game. Although it snows the Monday of Home- coming Week, the student body still has spirit when they return. The dress-up days consist of Sunglasses Day, Hat Day, and Green and Gold Day. There is a break- fast for the faculty, basketball cheerleaders, players, and managers the morning of the game. Door prizes are award- ed to lucky recipients includ- ing a radio and a case of cokes. During the day, there is a pep rally where the senior players and cheerleaders are presented medals. That night the fans show up to support the teams as the girls team wins and the boys lose. Pre-game, the senior parents are introduced. Be- tween the games, the cheer- leaders dance a routine, the jazz band plays, and the Per- formers sing. Parents and special guests are treated to a hospitality room where Mr. Owen and his students have a variety of foods prepared. A "Wave Goodbye" has thematically saluted the bas- ketball seniors. iff, I if Left: This banner really says it all. Above: Shane Brown Mist-W Porter and Daryl Alexander were the three winners of Green and Gold Day. rt Exhibits Displayed The art department has a varied curriculum. Every- thing from student exhibits here in the school, to exhibits in the Hendersonville Art Council's county wide show are a part of the art program. The advanced art class has been responsible for the ex- hibits at school. Long term plans and arrangements were made by every student while waiting for their turn. The ex- hibits comprise the final exam grade. The very best of the artist's work was presented in his or her show. Paintings, draw- ings, sculpture, copper tool- ing, pastels, ink hatchings, and even cartoons were some of the projects that went into each show. Design, color, and theme also became important contributions to the overall effect of the show, where each student showed his own indi- vidual style which varied greatly. The shows were either in the showcase outside the art room, or in the large case out- side the guidance office. The students were allowed to pick the case they wanted for their show. This choice was often affected by the amount of pre- sentable work each artist owned. Under the supervision of Mrs. Doris Bills, the students displayed at the Henderson- ville Arts Council Art Exhibit. Various pieces of art by each art student at Gallatin High were shown. Angela Mayes, Terry Davis, Mike Galbreath, Jason Cook, Rebecca Stone, Reagen Ray, Amy Graham, and James Reis participated. me 4 Above: Yolanda Haile's art exhibit was entitled "A Touch of Class". Right: Amy Graham's art display, "Amy's Toy Store" shows that drawing and painting aren't the only types of art with her clay wrapped present. Far right: This case displays Raegan Ray's art ex- hibit "Art About". M tw Above left: "Angels Art Angles" by Angel Mayes displays her painting of a cat and a rose bud. Above: Tor Blaclds "Trip Out on Art" comes across as the 3-D look. Left: "Kevin's Art Exhibit," by Kevin Gammon focuses on the outdoors. Below: Legendary figures and Van Right: Robbi 1,955 display "P5yc0- Halen are the center of Brian Sidden's "Grand lllusionsf' dium" centers on mythical subjects, U I 'L I ii y -- , v , , ,nf 5 ? , ll A s l l E - ' i l l WW f 1 fi: K K Above left: Time and patience is what it takes to be an artist. 5,7 fx- ,Ea-:N f CJ . if ' , 5? 'X -1 ESU? t' M iii as A. "1 . s-fsiaf 5 Above right: "Check Out My Melo- Right: Music adds a touch of origi- dy" by joseph Turner includes a self nality to Becky Stout's display. portrait of himself. ' ' Utfftf' QNIU N, ,,, , N7 Below: Terry Davis' display "Art- town U.S.A. Next Exit" shows the wide variety of what an artist can do. l fa. 3:4 if Q21 ' has " Vx 0 , l Left: David Hall's art displays how Above: Through the silky threads of beautiful mountains and lakes can a spider web shines Michael Gal- be, - breath's exhibit. 107 Football - Basketball Banquet Is Held The annual football basket- ball banquet honored the members of both teams on Thursday night, April 9. The cafeteria was an array of green and gold and featured artwork depicting sports fig- ures and caricatures. The menu for the evening includ- ed roast beef, green beans, po- tatoes, salad and hot fudge cake. Players were seated by teams flanked on either end by special guests. Coach Richard Stephenson served as emcee. The coaches made speeches, introduced the team and awarded trophies to out- standing players. In football the trophy win- ners were as follows: DAL - Brian Armistead, MVP-Line- man - Timmy Tunstill, MVP Offensive Back - Corey Lewis, MVP Def. Back - Bubba Dunn, Specialist - Byron McCollum, and MVP Def. Lineman - Robert McWhirter. In Boys Basketball the DAL recipient was Byron McCol- lum, MVP - Tony Brinkley, the Mr. Hustle - Corey Lew- is and the Sportsmanship award went too Greg Baltur- shot. In girls basketball the DAL recipient was Renay Adams, the hustle award went to Amy Lannom, the "X" award to Debbie Scott and the Sports- manship award went to An- drea Whitsell. It should be noted that DAL stands for dedication, ability and leadership. This is considered the highest award given to a player. Above: Football award recipients are: Sidney Col- lier, Byron McCollum, Corey Lewis, Brian Armis- tead, Robert McWhirter and Timmy Tunstill. Right: Coach Short and Sydney Collier talk over a few good memories. Far right: Mr. Murphy explains to Mrs. Kittrell exactly how the flowers should be placed. Above left: Mr. Herron presents Mr. Haynes Sloan with a special award for his support of the football team. Above: Gary VanAtta was the proud coach of a Girl's State Championship team. Left: Coach Barron talks to Sydney Collier, Timmy Tunstill and Brian Armistead. ww M , ' fl 5421 1 Q, Xxwmfw fy ,Q If vm ,,. M N vw .. , PM Q' mn. arf Y. wi . Y R -E .V F l .ilu e x Depth Dominates One Acts The Gallatin High School Speech and Drama Depart- ment presented a night of One Acts Friday and Saturday April 24th and 25th, 1987 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre. The four plays presented which were rehearsed in class, included each member of Speech and Drama in either an acting or technical capaci- ty. The costuming for the shows were primarily selected from the departments' cos- tume shop or in cooperation with parents. Costumes ranged from the 17th century to modern day and included such fantasy scenes as scare- crows coming to life and mas- querades from the misty past. The opening play "Feather- top" was adapted from Na- thaniel I-Iawthorne's famous short story by Richard France. This scene takes place during the early 1700's in the Rigsby and Gookin homes. This show centers around a scarecrow brought to life by his witch-mother, portrayed by Becky Stout. The Masque of the Red Death, adapted from the Ed- gar Allan Poe famous short story by Trent Anthony, ex- plored Prince Prospero's cas- tle at the height of a colorful masquerade. Here Prince Prospero's dictatorship was finally destroyed by the plaque of the Red Death. Country Gothic involved the rural community of Fox Fire Valley. At the rise of the curtain Joel Ross brought the house down with his musical talents. This humorous play revealed the secret of the Fox Fire apple as well as its peo- ple. The last play, School of Darkness was written by Stewart Boston. This reverse society was devastated by the evils of drugs and a corrupted education system. Left: This year's One Acts were April 24 and 25 at 7:30. Tickets were 52.00 in advance and 52.50 at the door. Above: Ms. Reed looks over her list of characters before a class. Come To the Cabaret "Come to the Cabaret" sang the cast as the curtain opened on Cabaret '87, The perfor- mance demonstrated the tra- ditional charm and style for which the choral department has developed a reputation. Under the direction of Sue Upchurch and with the assis- tance of choreographer - Pam Cathey, Master of Cere- monies - Mark Smith, light crew - Jimmy Vantrease and Scott Mitchner, Cabaret was a great success. Guests were served fudge cake from 6:30-7:15 in the commons area. Unlike on previous occasions, the show itself was held in the Little Theatre. Showtime was at 7:30. The audience was enter- tained by a variety of country, pop, contemporary Christian selections ranging from "Je- hovah" by Karen Phillips, to "Forever" by Keith Burns, Particular crowd pleasers were "Two Kinds of Love" by The Five Amigos and "Find Out What They Like" by Kim Crutcher and Becky Stout. The Performers, decked out in their California best, brought down the house with their last number "Best of the Beach Boys". The show closed with the traditional Cabaret sung by the entire cast. Cabaret began Fri., May 15 and ended with the climatic Sat., May 16 performance. - Julie Hammonds Above: Joan Baker, Danielle Evans, Kim Crutcher, and Cindy Gentry take a break before Cabaret. Far Right: Rob Ring sings "Thats What I Like About the South" for Cabaret. Right: Becky Stout and Kim Crutcher find out what their guys like and how they like it. X 5, " -Wt, L . M ,..N,.' J' T 'H-Q, . ' I - ' ' ' ' frwz a - 'v . .1 2 if "3?,,"x' . R' jf. ' 1 ' vi i? ylk ' 3- -E 'v- It Mans f if qyggs , L+ AY an eg, .af X.,. , Nix -www E i Ts ai' L 5 Aff.. ,fz - Q ,--. i . ' W X .. I ,:.,. ig., 3 1. 4-im, MM-v S we Q L I . , , Sr - - "', " '-.-- ' 1 1- 'ff , , Q , lf" .i 9 I Q , J J' 1 K I 9 1 W Vs, EW N ,.fv4ff,g E K ue ly , ff A - Q A , i I Q if ' -gf I Q 11 M .- ,,v , y f ,V , ,V '52, s, if x E vi Www ,pf g fs' 44 4 J ,, zap 0 if 7 W Oldham Wins Election Politics. That's what it's all about. Student Council elec- tions bring out strange bud- dies and stranger campaigns. Initially, the whole affair be- gins quietly. Then suddenly the school is covered with signs. Some are funny, some are even quaint. Some are thought-provoking and some are just provoking. Nevertheless, the camps begin to gather steam. But- tons appear on lapels. "Who are you going to vote for?" Some will commit to a party. Some split their votes, saying they are voting for "the best man." Some say nothing. Above: Rob Ring and Todd Reynolds appear ap- prehensive before their speeches. Far Right: Tim Wright, winner of V. Pres. for '88, approaches the podium. Right: Mrs. Coley answers a last minute question. Smiles tighten and the day comes for speeches. just like the signs the speeches are var- ied. Some are original, some are not. Some make promises while some make people mentally promise not to vote for 'that' character. Eventually, the results are in. A new roster of officers is announced. As for announc- ing, that's what the new Pres- ident will spend 8:OO's and 1:O0's doing next year. Politics. For some folks stu- dent council elections are the beginning of a long and fe- verish career. Eh governor? - I Above Left: Ed Oldham makes the winning speech for President. Above Right: Lisa Breedlove intro- duces the candidates. Left: A pensive look is on the faces of Todd Reynolds, Doug Alexander, and DJ. Gwin. -- Below: Cheerleading sponsor Mrs. Right: Candy Beachley gives Paige Johnston starts the introductions of Kirby a good luck hug before tryouts this year's football cheerleader try- begin. outs. f ' ., f f f--f ar . wwf. Above left: Paige Kirby takes a mo- ment before tryouts to think through her cheers. ,gin - Above Right: Shelly Banks watches Right: Senior cheerleader Leigh Mat- as the other participants do their tox remembers back to her tryouts of cheers. previous years. W 4 ,, aw Q X f ,af 2523? 52-E fi :Ee :'- E:fgE 555522 5 E tif No act is as laden with pressure as is trying out to be a cheerleader. In front of the entire student body, each girl must present her very best routine. Cheerleader fever begins with tots who mimic the "big girls" at ballgames. Intermit- tent years are filled with dance lessons for grace and gymnastic lessons for finesse in acrobatics. The announcement is made for all interested participants to sign up. Great anguish is displayed as girls return time and again to see what new competitor has been added to the list. Practices get under- way. Each girl performs the same cheer hundreds of times. The day for tryouts draws closer. Whatto wear? A shop- ping spree ensues and every- .. -1:35 ssscss sls outs Cause Tension thing from nail polish to shoe strings is coordinated. Then, the day comes. Veteran cheer- leaders appear ashen faced much to the dismay of the new-comers. Sweaty palms and bursts of tears ensue. The names are called, the cheers performed. There is a call back for group cheers. The crowd is quiet and thank- fully polite. After the tryouts, the stu- dents file to homerooms to vote. No one is sure they've made it. The day stretches endlessly with each one tell- ing the other, "I just know you made it!" Then it's time to go home and wait for the phone to ring. For some, there is victory, for others - there is next time or next year. Regardless of the outcome, the fact is -- it takes a lot of guts to try out. Below: Geometry team members are front: Mrs. Lanius, jamie Shelley, Ann O'Rourke, Rebecca Anderson, and Maggie Nett. Back: Wayne Drash, Mark Webb, jim Zboja, Da- vid Neville, Greg Balturshot and Clay Gann. Below right: Algebra ll team mem- bers are: Mrs. Mayberry, Lisa Locke, LeAnn Hunt, Lise Nelson, DJ, Gwin, Lance Lassiter, Ed Oldham, Mira Jane Borders, and Amy Sue Edmonson. Right: Algebra I team members are kneeling: Rebekah Allen, Stephanie Cook, and Meri Todd. Standing: Mrs. Thurman, Valerie Lanius, Brett Car- ter, Christie Chandler, Mark Flick, Jennifer Ingrum, Sheridan Miller, Amy Neal, and Latrice Woodrich. Above left: Students placing in the top ten Geome- try are Ann O'Rourke, Jamie Shelley, Rebecca An- der'son and Maggie Nett. Above right: students placing in the top ten Alge- bra II are kneeling: Lance Lassiter. Standing: Lisa Locke, LeAnne Hunt, Ed Oldham, Mira Jane Bor- ders, and Amy Sue Edmonson. Right: Students placing in the top ten Algebra I are Meri Todd, Valerie Lanius, Mark Flick, Jennifer Ingrum, and Amy Neal. 'Ei Q gf vga - ' K Team Sweeps Tourney This year the best and brightest from every Ad- vanced Placement Math class go to Volunteer State Com- munity College for the annual Math Team Contest. The par- ticipants meet in the auditori- um for instructions and intro- ductions. Then each team goes to their individual test- ing areas for the tests. After the two hour tests, the stu- dents are allowed to eat lunch and return for the award cere- mony. During the ceremony the teams gather in the audi- torium and try to be as light- hearted as possible. As the names are called for As the names are called for the top ten places in each cate- gory, the students begin to re- alize to whom the team tro- phy belongs. Gallatin High School captures the Algebra I team trophy, the Algebra II team trophy, and the Com- prehensive team trophy. The Geometry team takes the sec- ond place team trophy. The Advanced Topics Team does not place any in the top ten and, therefore, does not get a trophy. Although this is a dis- appointment, the math in- structors do admit that it is the most challenging test of the contest. Top: Advanced topic team members are Mr. Sand- Bottom: Comprehensive team members are Biren ers, Gretchen Anderson, Chris Cummings, Kathy Patel, Craig Cox, Paul Boniol, Anthony Ray, Keith Simpson, Kelly Short, Elizabeth Lorenz, and Marty Beasley, and Mr. Sanders. Gann. Below: Tammy Holmes, Cindy Allen, and Kellie Douglas try to cool off by Right: Pat Clark gives Lisa Chandler swinging on the swings. a 'friendly' push down the slide, ibm..-., w-"""" ,,,,.a-f""'M",WL 1 l l Above left: Coach Stephenson gets Above right: Mark Gregory, Sheila Right: Andrea Gulley, Paula Porter, ready to round up the group for the Gooch, and Darryl Turner anxiously and Lisa Webb stop for a picture be- softball game. await their hamburgers and hot dogs. fore loading the bus. 122 fggfliwk ga "Pacult " Wins Again Jams, ghetto blasters, food feverything from shrimp and fried chicken to steaks and ribsi, sunglasses, and tennis rackets were all visible May 8, Senior Picnic day at Shelby Park. The trip got underway with a lively bus ride wherein some sang, others had squirt gun fights, and a few tried to sleep. Everyone was raring to go when the buses reached the graffiti covered underpass leading to the park. Almost immediately, picnic tables and blankets laden with enough food for twice the number of people present appeared. While eating took most of the day, there was still time for sunbathing, swinging, hiking, and just goofing around. At noon the annual faculty- student softball game got un- derway. The faculty team had outstanding help from empa- thetic seniors. However, the score was 10-2 with the "Pac- ulty" winning. Finally, it was time to load the buses and head home. The trip back seemed all too short as students reminisced about the day. Meanwhile, the juniors all hoped it would rain. f f- Mg, Left: Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Rutledge, and Above: Mike Pease and Bill Davidson Mrs. Bradley enjoy homemade ham review the big softball game with Mr. and biscuits. Lannom. Gaslight Hosts Prom "Somewhere, Out There" filled the air at Opryland's Gaslight Theatre as over five hundred juniors and seniors danced to the music of Power Play. Rain threatened the eve- ning around six o'clock, but did not return until midnight when only a few couples re- mained. A lovely array of finger foods featuring petit fours, sandwiches, fresh vegetables with dip, and punch kept cou- ples returning for more. The band started the eve- ning with fast songs, but soon realized that people only hit the dance floor for the slow numbers, such as the theme song. At ten o'clock the superla- tives gathered at the foot of the stage to be announced. There were surprises for some as the winners had been kept secret until Coach Stephen- son read them. Each senior and his or her date was then presented in the senior walk followed by the announce- ment of Knight, Jeff Roberts and Lady, Cissy Patterson. The crowd thinned quickly after the senior walk. The last two dozen couples stayed and danced until mid- night. Above: Sheila Gooch and date juan Gleaves are caught by surprise as they walk through the en- trance to prom. Right: Brian Armistead and Trishia Krall share a romantic evening together. Far right: Bryant Woodard and Beth Todd take a break from the dance floor. Q V' . i Qi.. 5 Left: Alison Crowe, Rob Ring, Alison Garrott, Devon Sutherland, Glenna Below: Double dating to prom are La- Whitacker, and Doug Alexander wait mar Franklin, Shelly Banks, Lucresha in line to have pictures made. Ward, and Tim Wright. EEGQQCQQWX 4 r Above left: This year's Knight and Lady, Jeff Roberts and Cissy Patter- son, were announced at prom. Above right: Richie Harville and Stephanie Wilson smile before enter- ing the Gaslight Theatre. Left: Everyone at Opryland knew this was a special night for Gallatin Sr. High. 'Z' .9 it" 'P wmfwr-sian 1 2 5 Spring Sports Lauded The annual Spring Sports banquet was held Memorial Day, May 2.5 in the Commons Area. Amy Lannom offered the invocation. After the meal, the coaches presented awards and tro- phies. Winning awards for golf were David Coley, Boys MVP, Lorie Hammock, Girls MVP and sportsmanship award and Ty Kirby, Boys' sportsmanship. Soccer winners were Mi- chael Thigpen, Boys MVP and Angie Harper, Girls' MVP while Tommy Arren- dale and Mira Jane Borders took home the sportsmanship awards. Tammy Holmes won the sportsmanship trophy for volleyball while Debbie Scott captured the MVP trophy. Debbie was also MVP in soft- ball while Paula Porter won the sportsmanship award. In boys' cross country, Mike Drash won the sports- manship trophy while Tom Knapp earned MVP. For the girls, Kim Lee received the sportsmanship trophy and Anita Adams captured the MVP. Byron McCollum took honors in baseball fsports- manshipj and track the tied the State record in high jump- ing! while David Carson won the MVP in baseball. Above: David Coley, Lori Hammock, and Ty Kirby receive the golf awards. Par right: Volleyball awards go to Tammy Holmes and Debbie Scott. Right: Receiving the tennis awards are sitting: Beth Todd and Cissy Patterson. Standing: Jeff Patterson and Keith Beasley. Below: The soccer awards go to Mi- Left: Byron McCollum and David chael Thigpen, Angela Harper, and Carson receive the baseball awards. Tommy Arrendale. xx Above left: This year's cross country award winners are sitting: Kim Lee and Anita Adams. Standing: Mike Drash and Tom Knapp. Above right: Paula Porter and Debbie Scott received the softball awards. Q J Left: The track awards are received by jennifer Binkley, Byron McCollum, and julie Neal. N3 7 127 Seniors Are Honored Senior Honors Night was held May 21 for award win- ning seniors and their par- ents. The evening began at 6:00 when refreshments fea- turing cheeses, fresh fruits and desserts were served. At 7:00, the program began. Mrs. Paula Wakefield, Mrs. Katherine Thurman and Mrs. Sandy Kizer served as Chair- persons. The program was di- vided into three parts begin- ning with scholarship winners, regional, state and national competitive events and special awards including superlatives. Colin McKnight and Julie Hammonds performed the 59.5-11' Above: Senior Honors Night is the sign of gradua- tion for the seniors. Par Right: Schuyler Carr enjoys one last laugh with her friends. Right: Jeff Roberts tells Bryant Woodard how hard it is being president of Student Council. prom theme, "Somewhere, Out there," the Five Amigos with Keith Burns, Daryl Al- exander, Rob Ring, Jody Con- dra and Todd Reynolds amused the crowd with "Two Kinds of Love" and Karen Phillips capped the entertain- ment with "Let's all be friends." Class President, John Han- cock delivered special re- marks and various members of the faculty and community presented awards and schol- arships. The evening closed with the superlative slides and the announcement of Kappa Eta. Below: Sydney Collier, Byron McCol- lum, Richard Ray, and Terrell John- Lefft Sl101'f 1'SC6lV6S 311 afl:9C- S011 have 3 friendly Chat befgrg tionate hug from her father. awardg, Above Left: john Hancock, the senior class president, makes a few opening remarks at the program, Above right: Mike Drash was one of this year's largest scholarship recipi- ents and will attend Rhodes. Left: Keith Beasley talks with a col- lege representative. 129 g 1' 4 A , .1-A 'P 1' 1. H V ,ff 5' f f fif M, G., X 43 fi 2 i 'TP' E 5 5 .ff Graduation Is Wet After the last six weeks had FINALLY ended and exams had been survived, the band began emitting strains of "Pomp and Circumstancef' Graduation practice rein- forced the idea that the time had come. It was the weather that marked the occasion. Perhaps P.A. was one of the few who remembered his umbrella. Twice before the ceremony began, the power failed leav- ing everyone concerned about lights, sound and air-condi- tioning. Seniors arrived with dripping hair and soggy gowns. As if the downpour wasn't enough, the rain continued to beat incessantly. Some were the victims of a steady drip throughout the program. In spite of the weather, the scholarships were announced and the diplomas given. The tassels were moved to the op- posite side and the Alma Ma- ter was sung midst tears and rain. Then it was time for hugs and retrieval of "real" diplo- mas. P.A. commented that while it was wet, it was truly wonderful. Left: Keith Burns, Steve Cook, and Above: Sean Page and Donaye Blake Jody Condra catch up on the news pose together one last time. before going into the Little Theater. ay 29, 1987 Above left: Mr. Story conducts the band in a song before graduation. Above: Proud and anxious parents await the gradu- ates' processional. Far right: Phil Kilmon helps Scott Wilhite with his hat adjustment. Right: Brian Robinson and Ronnie Tennant get in a last word with Mrs. Johnston. . Below: Thousands of miles can never I-eff! T0rrenfS Of fam fell while the erase the fond memories of friends at crowd gathered in the dry gym. graduation. - M5 man Above left: Keith Tyalor and Rick Fielding vow to keep in touch. Above right: Rows of diploma covers await the hands of eager seniors. Left: Crockett Parks waits for Mike Page to load the film in his camera for some last minute pictures. ,, 'f Mig? , fm V. vw- , W my , , ,,, fr f 1 ,, W If fl ig! Z 1 v , f W f ,, wf ef gh 4 ' f 1 y ' 7 K , K ZZ A Z , 1 ! ff' 5 2, fig, ,J ,,,, ,f in - , sae ' 2 fi f fa gg f 9y,45,fmw ,fa My lwv f 74 IW 7 W 32525 yi W A 'Z 7124 W1 , W9 1. fd' 32 4 1 A A7 fa! ff f if , 'Lui , W m , V H 141 W Q Q 1, , w,ff WW! WMM 3 W wt M ' '--ur 'M 4-sf W' if 7 L H, 4 Y .1 N W W ,,,,,,, 1 L, fu 4 A ,Q K f are if 7 H If ,, ,KA MIL, Q 7 , , 2 an I W -f ,X f 'M 1 QM ' f ME Wfif m f W5 ,. .1 gf' 4 . W-5' gy WJ ,,,, , J f K I , ,, V , ,, ,, 63 ' an 4 VV ,J if f ww J gf gf., Left: Renay Adams volleys with a Beech player for a Sl'10t on goal. Below Left Travis johnson goes up for a header Middle: Rob Copeland waits to return the ball. Right: Randy Fuqua stands in the pouring rain. 'Wh 1 Baseball Closes 13-12 After a barn-burning start, the Gallatin baseball team had an up and down season, finishing 13-12 after losing to final-four-bound Smyrna in the quarterfinals of the Dis- trict Tournament. The Wave opened up 5-O, downing pe- rennial power Stratford and county-rival Hendersonville in the run. From there, GHS was in- consistent, but concluded its season with a valiant 2-0 loss to Smyrna. The Wave had lost 2-1 ear- lier in the season to the Bull- dogs in a one-hitter by Paul Jones. Both times, sophomore Paul I ones was on the mound for GHS. He, along with teammates David Carson, Ty Kirby, and Byron McCollum, was selected All-County First Team in baseball. - Jody Condra Below: Ty, Greg, and Devon relax between innings. -lu Above: The Varsity Baseball Team QL to RJ: Troy Martin, Bo Greenwood, Scott Baughn, Jim Gilliam, Ty Kirby, Steve Farley, David Carson, Row 2: Paul Jones, Richard Cox, Devon Sutherland, Byron McCollum, Greg Balturshot, Richie Harville, Sean Page, Coach Joslin Right: David Coley is the team manager and statistician. 55- 1 I 'Y 'Q lg 7 TQ fi fr Q, , an . is f in fm, i 1 W Q 254' I' Jwiui wvk, Above: Coach Joslin watches as Bo Greenwood runs to third base Left: Paul jones delivers a pitch. I 'lf Right: jim Gilliam warms up before a game. Below: Byron McCollum delivers a pitch. David Carson - "No Comment." lim Gilliam - "l will never forget when I laid down a bunt that won against Lebanon." Byron McCollum - "My most memora- ble moment was when l pitched a 7 in- ning shutout." Sean Page - "l'll never forget when we almost got into a fight with Smyrna." Devon Sutherland - "I'll never Forget when I hit a home run against Beech." QQNWQ a . 'HAY Above: Senior Devon Sutherland watches Paul Jones at bat. ei , as Above: Sean Page prepares to tag a runner out. Left: Byron McCollum slides home. Below: Senior Devon Sutherland warms up for a game with a fellow teammate. Srs.' Farewell For those of us who made it through agilities, our first game was our 100 inning game. As Coach Joslin said, "We looked a little rough but I'm sure we'll be our best by April." Throughout the season, there were many times we could have given up, but everyone would always pull together and keep spir- its high. Even though competition was tough, we didn't let it get in the way of having fun. We went to Florida, and always kept the jokes rolling in practice. During Dis- tricts, we won a few tough ball- games before losing a close 2-1 ballgame to the eventual district champs. We, as seniors, will always be able to look back on our accom- plishments and be proud of them. As Seniors we play an important leadership role, and hope that someday in life we will be able to help others the way we helped our fellow teammates. We thank our coaches and teachers for the oppor- tunities they have given us. Thanks, Devon, David, Jim, Sean, and Byron -Y Right: The Girl's Varsity Basketball Team lL to RJ: Angela Douglas, Tiffany jones, Vivian Fulcher, Amy Lannom, Lori Hammock, Missy Porter, Kim Plippen, Row 2: Tammy Sullivan, Debbie Scott, Renay Adams, Andrea Whitsell, Lisa Locke, Stacy Smith Below: Managers lL to Rl: Jena Freedman, Lisa Nelson, 1 Renee Bohanon, Alison Garrott ' vi-MN, ,,,,, -f"'Tf , P ,Q jj Girls Win State The Lady Wave basketball team and Coach Gary Vanatta brought a distinct honor to Gallatin High this year - the honor of being crowned AAA State Champions. The Wave went through the entire sea- son and tournament play un- defeated with a 34-O record. The Lady Wave returned only two talented starters from last year's team which also went to the State Tournament. Amy Lannom and 3,93 were the nucleus of this year's team which was aided by the inside power of senior Renay Adams. The Ladies de- feated Maryville and Mem- phis Melrose for the right to play in the 1986-87 State Championship game against Oak Ridge. The Wave took the game to the wire, but held on to win 62-61. Qgbbie Scott was named Most Valuable Player in the tournament. - Corey Lewis wana... ' 'Awww Q0 'of 4' 61,26 'Y 00266 Amy Lannom moves the ball around. Lx. 14 A IQALLP-TIN Renay Adams I ll never forget when I scored the wrnnmg pornts rn the State Tourna ment agaxnst Oak Rldge Tiffany jones The most memorable mo ment was when Amy grabbed the last rebound and we won State." Andrea Whitsell - "My most memorable mo- ment was when Amy hit her last two free- throws during Stateff Left: Renay Adams shoots at state. ,ii 2 C,,se,'Ex0,bQ5'z Byron McCollum eyes the basket, a T tg,v Byron McCollum - "My most memorable mo- ment was making two trips to the State Tourna- ment." Richard Raye - "My most memorable mo- ment was going to the State Tournament and staying at the Sheraton." George Vinson - "My most memorable mo- ment was when I scored 25 points in our first game." Q02 1 'I' Q 1 A 't WQQW Right: Byron McCollum takes a shot Left: The Boy's Varsity Basketball Team CL to RJ: Daran Cloud, Richard Raye, George Vinson, David Coley, Tony Brinkley, Lamar Duncan, Row 2: Timmy Duncan, Greg Balturshot, Byron McCollum, Corey Lewis, Charles Briscoe, Steve Bringard, Darren Suther- land, Tommy Williams, Steve Scott, Michael Rickman Below: Managers QL to RJ: Ricky Black, Ron Jacobs, Phillip Starks Boys Make State Tourney The 1986 87 boy s varsity basketball team, in the begin- ning, was not expected to be district contenders. Through hard work and overcoming a height and speed disadvan- tage the Wave again took a trip to the State Tournament. The Wave did not return one starter from the previous sea- son, but Coach Jerry Vraden- burg rebuilt his team and be- came a 9-AAA powerhouse. The young team went through the district season with a never-say-never atti- tude and ended the regular season as district runner-up. The Wave defeated second ranked Murfreesboro River- dale twice and gained respect in the Midstate. They ended up third in the District tour- nament, but came alive in the region. The Wave finished the season with a 23-9 record. - Corey Lewis B Right: The Freshman Girl's Basketball Team tl. to RJ: Tammy Litts, Tammy Alexander, Ellen Cogar, Row 2: Keshia Stewart, Rene McMurry, Kim Stout, Stacy Chaplow Below: Stacy Chaplow eyes her open teammate, Kim Stout. S Girls Gain Experience poured in 23 points in the game, enough to gain her a Though they weren't as successful as their male coun- terparts on a win-loss basis, the girls on the freshman bas- ketball team learned the ba- sics of competition on the high school level during the 1986-1987 season. The girls' season ended, in the District Tournament with a 64-48 loss to the Hawkins Lady Lakers, eventual win- ners of the tourney. Gallatin's Keisha Stewart spot on the All-Tournament team. Team members Tammy Litts, Stacy Chaplow, and Tammy Alexander also were key parts in the execution of team strategy. The girls will move on to the varsity squad and attempt to repeat this year's champi- onship season. - Jody Condra Z2 5 - 7.3-3 Q f U'ATl , Q LA if 2 N xi, F9 'CW S LAT 1 'UA flitsil 5030 F5-K QLLATU 5 L,-Q, 12 47 018 ..f,y fool! X ff 4 'Y 11, QP ,A Ixos Vi Q Above: Coach Rob Archie is the Freshman Girls coach. Rihtz Stacy Chaplow takes a shot. Above: Nichole Robinson is the manager of the team. Above Right: Tammy Alexander takes a shot against Beech. Right: Thomas Vaden defends the goal against Knox Doss. art, Tony Perry, Macio Franklin, Lamar Whitaker tis Gifford, Alonzo Poellnitz, Malcomb Montgomery Thomas Vaden Below: Gary Tidwell eyes the basket. Frosh Record 15-2 Left: The Freshman Boy's Team KL to Rl: Arvin Stew- Row 2: Travis Sawyer, Wayne Drash, Jay Tucker, Cur- The Freshman Wave bas- ketball team had another ban- ner year this season, finishing with a 15-2 record and wind- ing up second in the district tournament. This year's pros- pects look exceptionally out- standing, as varsity coach Jer- ry Vradenburg remarked at the Freshman Banquet. "I'm really excited about getting these kids for the var- sity program," said Vraden- burg. "They're some talented kids." The Green and Gold's sea- son, under the direction of Coach Lucian Borders, ended with a heart-breaking 46-42 loss to the Lebanon Blue Dev- ils in the championship game of the District Tournament. Thomas Vaden, Malcolm Montgomery, and Lamar Whitaker were selected for the All-Tournament Squad. - Jody Condra Right: Varisty Basketball Cheerleaders LL to RJ: Yolanda Lowe, Joann Mullins, julie 0'Hara, Rhoyce Donoho, Beth High, Christy Hall, Leanne Haile, Kim Dowland, Kelly Short Below: Freshman Cheerleaders Clock- wise: Susy Waggener, Anne Copeland, Jennifer lngrum, Janet Sparks, Christie Chandler, Candy Beachly Below Right: The varsity basketball cheerleaders perform a pom-pom routine during half-time. , Yolanda Lowe- "My most memora- Kelly Short - "My most memorable ble moment was the night of the state moment was cheering for the girl's championshipff state championship team." Cheering Demands Tough Training Cheerleading is a demand- ing extra-curricular activity. Perhaps there was a time when good looks and person- ality were all that was neces- sary to win a slot on the squad. No more. Gymnastics training, competitive try- outs, and hard work quickly replace the glamour-image. Summer camp and weekly practices take additional time. During the season they perform, their schedules must be flexible enough to allow for study time in addition to play-offs or tournaments. Of- ten the hours are late and long, but the fact remains that the dream of countless girls is to cheer for the Wave. Below: Varsity Football Cheerleaders LL to RJ: Greta Howes, Paige Kirby, Staci Scruggs, Sheree Abernathy, Ja- mie Hunt, Row 2: Shelley Banks, Anne Rush, Nancy Daigler, Leigh Mattox ff On. Sheree Abernathy - "My most memorable moment was cheering in the pouring rain while the crowd sat under um brellasf' jamie Hunt - "My most memorable moment was running and sliding in the mud, betting we would not fall, Leigh Mattox - "My most memorable moment was running onto the field with the football players and getting stomped lu , wt WF' 1 71 4 ,Mar P ' I I ,fwllgw ' atb 2 'www it ,M 1 Y ., :Z Y V , f ' MW ' Wf it nfl' , ,X N ur rf, 'JL' in . r' . .M , ,, ft- " fl' 'J' ' ' " , rw l3"" 'F " J 'I 9 I ,Jr ' Yi 'D' I5 'f t' " an f l 5 I.: -1 I Q W ' ' ' ' AW' ,ww 5" ' . V I ,Jia I 1- I, M JH New W ' 5' Jw New v wig ' M"""' , , W-Wi., My gm , 1 m r ,WJ ' 5 W J N5 M, ' ' LF ' ,v"'ruN w ' 'I' " ' Wwxlw ' " ' Z Y Ten, 'if' in , 1' 'mf " vll"P'itLI"lYr-Mr wi ll ' ' w , -. My ,- I M d,ws'f'- ,,,H f" .Jiy , ,Wt 5 E ,filggwfl I J' 4 ,, ,J ff, I , f"' : fi- W I ,- , I . ' ,Wt ' "Q I If ' fm It I if A ynlftpgwfiwkzmw I , I, I N I IW, , , , 4' ,w,W uv f,ig We A , 5- k ,t 1 5 I Q ob W y " ,r'rr'r WW 9 1 V ,H 'ff W' ff ,qw , lN QQ ,f -ff ear 0 Y X. Im' I ' 'I We 'il , 'v W an WP' I ,L 5,9 ' i W" YI' ams My most memorable mo- ment was when I won the Regional and got Anne Atchison Not available for com- Mlke Drash My most memorable mo- ment was when I ran as Gallat1n's No. 1 Julie Neal My most memorable moment was wmnmg the State Championship." Above Right: The Boy's Crosscountry Team IL to RJ Vince Long, Will Mason, Mike Drash, Robert Cogdell, Ken Johnson, Tom Knapp Right: The team relaxes before the Antioch Invitational Park. Below: The Girl's Crosscountry Team LL to RJ: Jennifer Binkley, julie Neal, JoAnn Mullins, jodi Stevens Anita Adams, Kim Lee, Anne Atchison Left: The team prepares for a meet at Percy Warner Girls Wins State Twice "Cross Country Lady Wave State Champs Again . . So the headline read as the Galla- tin Lady Wave brought home the State champion trophy for the second straight year, dis- tancing the nearest competi- tion in the state meet by 17 points. This is the first time in his- tory that a Gallatin High team has won the State Champion- ship two years running. "This was a great season for a great group of girls," stated Coach Don McPheron following the State meet. "They really performed beautifully. Most important- ly, however, they ran as a team and got the job done with style." The boy's cross country team was young, yet success- ful. Led by senior, Mike Drash and juniors, Tom Knapp and Ken Johnson, the team completed a vigorous season. - Jody Condra Right: Offensive Linemen fl. to RJ: Randy Fuqua, lim Payne, Aaron Kiser, Chris Chaplow, Kenneth Mitch- ell, Kurt Gore, Chuck Pewitt, Row 2: Rodney Pryor, Michael Bickerton, David Robinson, Tim Wright, Chuck Goad, Chad Wilson, Keith Robertson, Row 3: Steve Duke, Miguel Almendarez, Rob Ring, Donnie Maib, Michael Carey, Brian Armistead, Ieff Hart- mann, Greg Swafford Below: Defensive Linemen CI. to Rl: Robert McWhirter, Jerry Springer, Billy Debow, Scott Bowler, Row 2: Maurice Williams, Rodney Mitchell, Donnie Maib, Bobby Rogan, Row 3: Miguel Almendarez, Ken Hart- sock, Michael Carey, Jim Barron Football Team Has Banner Season Another banner year for Green Wave football! Yes, such is the case, as the mighty Green and Gold rolled up an- other impressive 11-2 record and advanced to the quarter- final round of the TSSAA State Playoffs before falling to Memphis Christain Broth- ers in a heart-breaking 16-14 contest. The season had its share of ups and downs, ranging from a stunning 29-O sloshing of the Henry County patriots in the first round of the playoffs, affectionately termed the "Mudbowl", to the disheart- ening 8-7 loss to district rival Mt. Juliet on a last second 46- yard field goal in the fourth game of the season. Next year will see the addi- tion of Oak Ridge and Ger- mantown to the Wave's regu- lar season bill. - Jody Condra 5 1' new 'En f my Q If Q y ,,,, q C8016 ' . Y , i' i ,E i ij, '98 0 ,A a fi-QQ L L L r " ,ivij 6 ' v ' x ,,,1 V I if-we L , ' A ri 1 44:2 f 1+ g. ,, , -::A e ' ,,2l,, - , 5, 4 ft , , , I .. A ,. , K, .,, , I , , 2 . gywgl .H . V , T ,Av x , ,, , , , .I A 1 ' I 4- , , f D A f 1 , , I , V? 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Above: Defensive Backs LL to RD: jamie Moore, Terrell Mciviurry, Scott Baughn, Shawn Hassell, jim Gilliam, Row 2: Todd Griffin, Vince Oldham, Steve Farley, jeff Burgett, Bobby Lewis, Lance Las- siter, Row 3: jay Ingrum, Terrell Johnson, David William, Corey Lewis, Bubba Dunn, Gregory Nycz , Byron McCollum - "The most memorable thing that happened to me was the crucial pass I caught against M.B.A. in 1985" Bobby Lewis - "I will always remember when we beat Rhea County in triple overtime." josh Hines - "I'll never forget how terrible the two-a-day practices were." Sydney Collier - "My most memorable mo- ment was when a play resulted in a B4 yard touchdown against Mt. Juliet." jim Gilliam - "I'll never forget my extra point that allowed us to win the game against Rip- ley." Shawn Stewart - "I'll remember the time I was hit from the blindside and blacked out against Christian Brothers." Terrell johnson - "I'll never forget when we came back to win against Mt. Juliet." Dan Wolford - "The thing I will remember most is the closeness of the players." Tim Wuester - "I will always remember when I prayed for Jim to make a kick and he did to win the game." Delvin Sadler - "I will never forget the Clarksville game when I was one of the cap- tains." Darrell Turner - "I'll never forget the game I broke up the middle and went eighty yards for a touchdown." Brian Ag-tiistead - "I'll never 'forget when the song 'Eye of the Tiger' played during the game at Ripley." Robert McWhirter - "The most memorable event was traveling to Ripley and winning in double overtime." 'ui- Timmy Tunstill - "My most memorable event was when I scored an eighty-seven yard touch- down against C.B.S. Ronnie Wright - "I'll never fgorget when I got my shoulder hurt against Oakland, and I thought I was out for the season." 154 ,vo S 'Ne' Nu ' P . X , Nr... ' . . .... Fsffvtt - Managers QL to Rl: Mark Gregory, J im Hartmann, Joseph T .. . -1' 'C 4, . ,,f' liors QL to RQ: Jeff Burgett, Bobby Lewis, Robert McWhirter, Jim Gilliam, Row 2: Jim Hartmann, Sean ge, Ronnie Wright, Darrell Turner, Dan Wolford, Sydney Collier, Mark Gregory, Row 3: Josh Hines, rell Johnson, Brian Armistead, Timmy Tunstill, Byron McCollum, Tim Wuester, Shawn Stewart, Delvin ler Sydney Collier rushes for a first down. Jim Gilliam, with the help of Lance Lassiter, attempts an extra-point. Senior Bids Adieu I have had many great experi- ences from playing football, some of which I won't ever forget. The most memorable is the together- ness of the team. After spending so much time together the team seems like one big family. It is sad, now I am out of football, to think that we will never all be back together again. In your senior year you like to think that it is your last time to go through spring practice and the dreaded two-a-days. However, once it is over there is never another time that is as memorable. The game days are also a special time. At break, every player meets in the locker room. In the locker room, we say a few things to get in the right state to play. Then Mrs. Hilgadiack gives us all a piece of chocolate cake she makes for us. Then comes game time. There is a good feeling to hear the crowd count down the clock in a winning game. There is not another team any- where around that I would have rather played for in high school. It is certainly an experience that I won't forget. - Jim Gilliam 'W ,Ma Wave Drubs District The Green Wave, in a char- acteristically Gallatin way, rolled off consecutive drub- bings of district-rivals Springfield, Franklin, and Brentwood. They added to these victories over county and district-rivals Hender- sonville and Beech. This Gallatin team was somewhat different than GHS squads of the past, relying more on the pass than most Green Wave teams have. The main reasons for this change were the blazing speed' of receivers Sydney Collier, Timmy Tunstill, and Byron "Peahead" McColum, and the on-the-mark passing of quar- terback Corey Lewis. Lewis, a junior, passed for 12 touch- downs and ran for 10 more, compiling 382 yds. on the ground. - Jody Condra Top Right: Linebackers and Defensive Ends LL to RJ: Dan Wolford, Mark Bradshaw, Jimmy Sturdi- vant, Shawn Stewart, Kenny Chaffin, Steven Dor- ris, Row 2: Jerry Joslin, Brian Armistead, J.D. Blair, Chuck Gibson, Darwin Barr, Tim Wuester, Ronnie Wright Left: Andy Howell throws a pass. Above: Offensive Backs QL to RJ: Chris Crow, Hen- ry Adams, Corey Lewis, Chuck Gibson, J.R. Divin- cenzo, Row 2: Brent Alexander, Todd Fuqua, Bobby Crutcher, Sean Page, Andy Howell, Rufus Lassiter, Josh Hines, Darrell Turner, Thomas Jenkins, Syn- dey Collier, Joe Tally Right: The Freshman Wave in action during the regular season. Below: Coaches: il. to Rl: Ed Reasonover, Bill Colquitt, Bill Johnson 14 5-n 11 " ' A ,352 fvfefsaol 'vor w 1: QL to RJ: David Winfrey, Doyle Pearson, Kelly Carver, Robert Rogan, Shane Brown, Dwayne Sherlin, on Scott, Freddy Allen, Chris Lee, Billy Williamson, jeff Hunter, jeff Hickson, Row 2: Darnell Bass, jeff ook, Haynes Payne, Shane Anderson, Alli Boone, Scotty Todd, Neil Bohanan, Michael Troutt, Dwayne tler, Bart Highers, David Richardson, Row 3: Brett Carter, Wade Wakefield, Tully Birdwell, Kevin Cage, n Webb, Billy Conklin, Erik Diller, Shawn Gregory, Scott Crow, Chris Glover Doyle Pearson sets the ball up for an extra-point attempt. Frosh End 5-2 The Gallatin Freshman Wave football squad had another out- standing season this year, finish- ing with a 5-2 record. The Wave seemed unbeatable in their first games, as they only al- lowed 12 points in six games. Things turned somewhat sour, however, in the seventh game, as the Thurman-Francis Rams trav- eled from Smyra to top the Green and Gold 14-0. The Green Wave wasn't able to rally from this loss, and lost in the final game of the season to the Mt. Juliet Golden Bears 27-0. Despite the season-ending losses, the Freshman Wave were a "tight-knit group" and played some remarkable football. The spark to the Wave offense was tailback Robert Rogan, who consistently rushed for 150+ yards per game. Rogan's biggest game was against Knox Doss, in which he gained 256 yards on 27 carries. - Jody Condra O 6 434 A TV fr ,Z .I .I G 0.471 ll x T 4, E , l fl "'L Right: Michael Broyles lines up a putt. Below: Scottie Caroland pitches the ball onto the green from the sand trap. Se Putters Take Region The Gallatin boy's golf team had another outstanding year, following last year's re- cord with an excellent 31-3 mark heading into the state tournament in October. The team's smooth road to the tourney turned somewhat bumpy as they entered the season-ending competition, and the Wave came away from their second-straight state tournament berth with an eighth place finish. "All of the praise in the world goes to the kids," said a satisfied Coa- ch Ierry Vradenburg after the competition. "We may not have played as well in the state as we have at times dur- ing the regular season, but we still had a super year." Two of the squad's four members were seniors. - Jody Condra ! i hw ,mf , 4:1 V I -5- ' I . . 'Wi f i1 f mwzrzzzz X +1 X , f N, ,Q ,, ,,,, , , yy V! ? x1 was 17 ta ad gui 'T if 4 X F Y 1 G11 1 215, ML! 41.4 29" Uk? jf f .zz-I 'E 'i' f Y, ,,,, f S f' 11 L f if f 4 9 f 1 v 4 fe' J, 1 M ie 1 2 if T 4 as ,,1 . ez , 11 , ,, films' 1f,1.:. ,w 11,1f if ,, f -1 11- -if 1, ,ii We T1 ,.1 , . , 4, 1 1 1 2 X ST 4 my W 1 .ggi , , fa 3, 5 an , sf W 1 5 Q Q , A 16, L W f 1 'f' 1 9? 1 5? M W 1 1 Q1 H157 M. Q wwf 32. 14 2 f eg 2 1 X Q2 1 1 mse c 9 f 1 V af W A ,Q , , 4 f, - MW, f ., 1 ..,' My M, ,i, llav,f,w'L , 111, 1 T, , ,,h. ,1111 , ,,,- 1 , , ,,,,, 'v i' 'ii 1 f' i 1 Rf Z 1111 1111 1 te .,+ if , 1, Q, 1,., , J gggy , A s 4 1, af" 1, 521353 " -,V , '3 V, ,iv , .1 T , 'WE ' 'Y' ,,,, U' -rf ff' - 'if ' 11, 91" 0,6 -s Left: Tomas Sundstrom tees off during a golf match. Above tl. to RJ: Scottie Caroland, Rodney McCor- mick, Todd Edwards, Michael Broyles, Lori Ham- mock, Scott Webster, Ty Kirby, David Coley, Rob Copeland Left: Coach Vradenburg is the coach of the golf team. Left CL to RJ: Lisa Jergenson, Cissy Patterson, Mira jane Borders, Iulie Bracey, Elizabeth Hagerty, Beth Todd, Row 2: Jennifer Young, Ann O'Rourke, Angie Harper, Robin Horner, Julie Wilson, Heather Lilly, Leanne Bell, Danielle Evans, Row 3: Vickie Jenkins, Amy Wade, Mary Yancey Parks, Tammy Lanius, Jen- nifer Hale, Tina Hudson, Karenia Keith, Carolyn Las- siter Below: Leanne Bell runs after the ball during a game with Hendersonville. Two Players Receive All-Region The Lady Wave Soccer team finished up their season with a 4-6 record. This is the first year the team has played un- der TSSAA rules giving the girls an incentive to work ex- tra hard everyday after school and even on Saturday morn- ings at 8:00. Two players received hon- ors. Angie Harper, playing halfback, was awarded an All- Honors Region honor. Mary Yancey Parks, playing goalie, re- ceived an All-Region, second team honor. Senior players include, Cissy Patterson, Beth Todd, Jennifer Young, and Eliza- beth Hagerty. Cissy and Beth were the team captains. They represented the team during the pregame coin toss. Qi. a ' K Nm! 'i 6' Q' Q Q, ,W H lt, bi iwlt M ' lx N M ' 553 -3 463' N' a JAP S, Q Q l P we-'if 15 429 1 . vga SMG eos! Above Right: Lisa Jergenson and Mary Yancey Parks work together to block a shot. Left: Amy Wade makes a corner kick. Elizabeth Hagerty - "I'll never forget the Brentwood game. I went in for Cissy. After I kicked the ball, I smacked down in a big puddle." Cissy Patterson - 'l'll never forget the night we played Brentwood. The rain began to pour. My feet just flew out from under me." Beth Todd - "l'll remember the time we were riding in the Maxi wagon. We stopped for gas. As we were pulling out, the van stalled." jennifer Young - "No comment." 163 y -T eo 'age 9 Q M i ss Middle: Tomas Sundstrom guards the goal against Above: The players check the season's Beech. Right: David Shafer intensifies his efforts ef' Left: The Boy's Soccer Team KL to RJ: Eric Mumpower, Skipper Sparkman, Phillip Bennett, Jason Lankford, Bill Putman, Chris Rogers, Adam Paulowski, Mark Everit, Row 2: Mike Galbreath, Lance Lassiter, Stephen Spears, Jamie Wilson, Travis Johnson, Cameron Col- lins, George Urban, Toan Vuong, Greg Cothron, Row 3: Coach Shrock, Bryant Woodard, Wayne Drash, Tommy Arrendale, Michael Thigpen, Ron Jacobs, Tommy Williams, Patrick Mumpower, David Shafer, Tomas Sundstrom, John Shafer, Coach Lassiter Below: Seniors KL to RJ: Tommy Arrendale, Iason Langford, Michael Thigpen, Row 2: Cameron Collins, Bryant Woodard, Mike Galbreath, David Shaffer, Tom Sundstrom ' Nhwm S 'ff TSSAA Soccer 8-4-2 The Green Wave soccer team had an extremely suc- cessful season under the di- rection of first-year coach Terry Shrock, finishing 8-4-2 after reaching the quarterfi- nals of the region tournament. 1987 was the first year that soccer teams across the State were able to compete on the high school varsity level as a TSSAA sanctioned sport. Pre- viously, squads competed as "club teams" without sanctioning. The "footballers" opened the season with four straight wins, one which came over state-ranked Brentwood, a 1-O game played at Vol State. The Wave then went on a two-loss, two-tie streak be- fore closing the regular seson with four wins in the last five games on the schedule. , Right: The Girl's Softball Team QL to RJ: Debbie Cronk, Jackie Robinson, Charlotte Brown, Tammy Holmes, Tiffany Jones, Nikki Borders, Row 2: Coach Colquitt, Debbie Scott, Alison Garrott, Renee Bo- hanon, Paula Porter, Stacey Smith, Diane Johnson, Robin Douglas, Puddin' Pulcher, Missy Porter, Coach May Below: Tiffany jones tries to score against Clarksville. Below Right: Pitcher Nikki Borders delivers a pitch. Softball Makes Sub State Under the direction of first- year coach Glen May, the Gal- latin softball team had a re- markable season, finishing 22-4 with a heart-breaking loss to the Father Ryan Lady Irish in the substate game. The Wave made it to the final eight behind the pitch- ing and hitting of Scott, who was 18-2 from the mound and batted .476, as well as seniors Tammy Holmes and Paula Porter, junior Puddin' Fulcher, and sophomore Stacey Smith. In the season-ending loss to Ryan, Holmes hit two over- the-fence homers, a feat never accomplished in the history of Sumner County fastpitch softball. Holmes was the main stay behind the plate, while Smith, Fulcher, and Porter were the keys to the infield, playing third, short, and first, respectively. - Jody Condra I"'f we lf'-'vm-..... Tammy Holmes My most memorable mo ment was when I hit 2 over the fence against Father Ryani' Tiffany Jones - "My most memorable mo- ment would have to be the outstanding season we had this year." Paula Porter - "My most memorable moment was against Mt. Juliet when Tammy Holmes hit the winning run." - Three Netters Make Region The girl's and boy's tennis teams had successful seasons in 1987 winding up second and third respectively in the District 18 Tennis Tourna- ment. Elizabeth Lorenz fin- ished second in singles, and Cissy Patterson finished third. In the boy's singles draw, Jeff Patterson finished fourth. The three advanced to the Region 5 tournament. Faced with stiff competition from the Nashville area, they all fell in the first round of action. The girl's team, who fin-K ished with a record of 8-3, were led by the experience of five seniors. The boys, how- ever, finished 8-2 with the leadership of only one senior. Coach Borders is optimistic about next year's boy's team. The majority of them are re- turning to compete. .sg Above: Seniors QL to RJ: Beth Todd, Kary Oldham, Keith Beasley, Elizabeth Lorenz, Jennifer Young Right: Beth Todd concentrates as she serves the ball. Below: Cissy Patterson readies herself to return a serve. ,--. P W E .,.,, r astra rr i r -- t --Pe ,, 1:1 2 f e Q re few . 7 .W . lg, ,eee 5 ,, . ,, , .A .. . . ,. . .. ,e , M , I V , is -- ?:lfif:",rs??3:5r. xx . X s at 5 'NP We I . :pw ' . .psf , 17 '90, . y 1 Y 'if l l X l WM X Wll ,M l W' """"" "" ' 9 l 't S6 17 wlllwl of Pe X 10 4, Q '11 31,43 66, new I Z WW Eggfii' l- 'S W 4 4 Above Right: Girls Tennis Team CL to R31 Beth Above: Boy'S Tennis Tearn KL to RJ1JeffPafterSon, Todd, Elizabeth Lorenz, Kary Oldham, Mary Yan- Keith Beaeleyf Jason Douglas, Erie Alexander, Jerry cey Parks, Greta Howes, jennifer Young, Rachel MCCOmb Howes -T ,f,,, a-em 5 3 S7 f Renay Adams julie Neal Above: The Girls Track Team fl. to Rl: Latrechia Walker, Winnie Talley, Angela McGuire, Row 2: Kim Lee, jennifer Binkley, Leanne Haile, Julie Neal, Suprena Sawyer, Kim Smith, Row 3: Temple Piercey Stacey McMurry, Renay Adams, Joann Mullins igi sie , Left: The Boy's Track Team QL to RJ: Patrick Murphy, Harvey Goolsby, Bryce Alexander, Howard Stenson, Row 2: Jonathan Rogan, Richard Cox, Tyler Ring, Robert Cogdell, Mike Drash, Martin Porter, Row 3: Terrell Johnson, Chad Collins, Timmy Tunstill, Daryl Alexander, Corey Lewis, Byron McCollum Below: Seniors QL to RJ: Terrell Johnson, Mike Drash, Row 2: Timmy Tunstill, Daryl Alexander, Byron McCollum Below Left: Byron McCollum as he soars to 6-10 top- ping all other competitors and tying the state record. Track Team Sends Two!State , The Gallatin girls' track team sent one competitor to the state meet at MBA in 1987. The team as a whole placed eighth in the Region Track Meet. Gallatin's Julie Neal went to the state meet in the 1600- meter run, while Renay Ad- ams was third in the shot at 34-11, one place from qualify- ing. In the season finale Region meet, Kim Lee was sixth and Joann Mullins seventh in the 3200-meter run, while Latre- chia Walker took fifth in the 100-meter hurdles. The boys' track team had a successful year on the basis of individual achievements, as two members of the team, By- ron McCollum and Donnie Maib qualified for the state meet, and McCollum brought home GHS's third state cham- pionship of the 1986-87 school year, with first in the high jump. - Jody Condra Right: QL to Rl: Robin Yoder, Tammy Holmes, Carla Clemans, Winnie Talley, Jennifer Wiggin, Alexis Mi- nor, Row 2: Rob Archie, Alison Garrott, Jackie Shaw, Kim Stout, Dgbbie Scott, Lisa Locke, Stacey Adamson Below: The team comes off the court during a match. Spikers Mix Sweat e IfWth Success The Gallatin High volley- ball team had their most suc- cessful season ever in 1986, finishing with a 17-9 overall record. The girls placed second in the district tournament, al- lowing them to advance into the region tourney. In the region, GHS fell in the first round, capping the season with a loss to highly- favored White County. En route to the regional the Lady Wave topped Friendship Christian in the opener of the district tourney, and followed with a victory over the Trous- dale County Yellow Jackets, who finished on top of the district in the regular season. The highlight of the season was the back-to-back vic- tories over Beech and Hender- sonville. - Jody Condra .gb X l -l K Mg 4 I E? x X X ,M 'Um 1 law iM 1 Y l ff 'w X N Xiu X 'l Xllllllllx 3 ,K WE' 1: F X ,Q X A W N if ' X" 1 W1 :Y Vlfinfg 1 lllliwfl Mx 14" A X - -f 14 ul x N l W lllll N ,l 1 M lx W 5 ll lv l ,W 4' Q x W K-3 XXlXv 'Dig J 1' 5 W' 5 , fe-1' 1 'pf 4 Q l lllr W l 'X Xl M ' m Qoff ww jg 0 W ig F lo 6 'S ' wg vm 5 f N l 6' 0 ln ll Q, my l Sf, 'AJ 1, P! x ,K F I 9 is N gig 0207 X N tml A lm pl 01 X J i? ' 5 06? 5 .. hm mmf Y ill i NH X' XXXX ll E7 l l lll l- X l " l - lv, ' 1 W 1, N ' ln f?iliwfQiwE?m5' 0 W' 19 1 'X , ' Xl"XX A ,,5xx,fQ:gXJflv'-v,,, W. 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Upper right L to R: Dameron Tennant, Ed Oldham, and Lowell Fayna demonstrate the symbol of inter- Lower right: Susan Cooper, a member of action for Interact. HOSA, makes a short talk at a meeting. CCUP TIUNS Pride Of The Green Wave The Gallatin band partici- pated in several civic func- tions in '86. Aside from aid- ing in the grand opening of the new Gallatin Shopping Center, they also attended the anniversary festival of the Ri- vergate Toyota showroom. The organization also was se- lected to represent Sumner County in Governor Ned McWherter's inagural parade. The high school Jazz Band is an organization comprised of a select few from the con- cert band members. This branch of the band plays con- temporary styles of music to a I' TD. variety of audiences. This group prepares to play at vari- ous functions and social events. Aside from being an educational experience for the members, the Jazz Band pro- vides more social exposure for the entire organization. The Jazz Band allows the band members to increase their knowledge and to face more challenging musical goals. Domenic and Dallas get ready to leave. I Q I Along with civic apprear- ances and Jazz Band, the band receives exposure by sponsor- ing a concert to raise money for their budget. Performing at the concert was the group "Hot Country", a popular Pop-Country musical group. The concert took place at the Sumner County Fairgrounds and was enjoyed by all who attended. During the spring break the entire band took a tour of New York, and Washington D.C. The trip lasted six days, with three in New York, and two in D.C. The main objec- tive of the trip was to allow the members to see the histor- ic landmarks of these states. While in New York the Group toured the NBC stu- dio, ate at Mama Leona's res- taurant, and then to the Em- pire State Building. ln Washington the band visited the Smithsonian Insti- lute. ' 7 3 " . L t f. K , ...... .5 Trout L-R Shana Tuttle, Casey Jones, Regina Tomlin, Miyoshi Malone, SonialStanton, Twana Austinfl - A Back L-R,Tonia Goodall, Virginia Parks, Maggie Oldham, Bonita Thompson, Michelle Parson, Lisaillark, Sharah Ragland' ' Al Roberson and Richard Jenn blend their horns with the stage l A eee ' o f in-5191- " I - -L ' ..-- 3 .... ,.... R X'1J:?..",a. e f - - ,:- .ef-. , L Q--IE .. :I :H -- M x"' - rf ' 1 ,- -1 25 " 'assi '- . . fy Percussron L-R Dallas Sloan, joe Self, Travrs Walker, Randy jones, Tate ,Q al-a- ,- Albert, Earl Perry, Kevrn Dunnels, Davrcl Youmans, Harvey Goolsby, Phrl 1 ' l..- gf . S Carter, Maurrce Crenshaw. - K f--- fx -- ' , H 55 4331, l .sas ,...... , i -,-:.,asfe,5:w: - kkkk .. NN.. . ' x A ,,, , V 5 .--.-i.... -mr' basis A ,ah EA Ji- , J i r 4' x ss. 4-.., Q ,f 21.21. 7 -1. ' , Q , E Q 5 v 9? 1 Y 1 V 1' f f il A ' ir K M i f Q, .,.r M K rf el? n - Q .N-'K .ke M ll ,E,5eQf'M ffl? ' 'E' X, NN Q 5 as so 495 as ,, 5-5 .jg.'f'A' ,gig Q as e H K e fm' 'Q'.?i W so if N 1 me 1 K 2, l,. is -. The Band is under the direction of I. to R, Mark Graham, james Story and Glenn Martrn. x if QQ gl fag 'F Sk? Back Left to Right: Chris Wilkin- son, Richard Stewart, Richie Har- ville, Marty Johnson, Mark Webb, Matthew Wyers. Front Left to Right: Scottie Cook, Mark Hammock, Swanson Hill, Tonya Middleton, Tim Swindle. to ,eitigllsslerin mama-my, Patty Samuels, :Amy Wade, Kim Clark, -Mary Beth Sturdivant, Casey, muy wwawaggf, Left to Right: Marc Rudzinski, Gina Lasley, Larry McGlothlin, Amy Cheatham, Lennie Brab- son. Q Standing Left to Right: Richie leaning, Lisa Chandler, William Talbert, Kyle Thigpm, Stacey Clxaplow, Matthew Masters, Ben Lanius. Kneeling Left to Right: Michael Whitaker, KimlCrutcl1er, Kim Webber, Alison Perkinson. Standing Left tn Right: Lepaula Coakley, Amy Sue Edmonson, Valerie Lanius, Nicole Robinson, Iobeth Balentine, Jennifer Rogets, Jennifer Nycz, Christie Wilson. Kneeling left to right: Melissa Graves. Carrie Krall, Tammy Hutcherson, Shannon Gray. ,-ss:,-:--: :J ,ssss e s W E 1 i --s fs.: .Q -ses.sr,.5, . . s..- ss ss. , - -.X . " ls A A if: ,. k 2 I an 1 f Q- is 1 ff., x : P ff Q71 Qs f H- .s.,,,, ",,, ""2 e ese ll' 9 fl 7 1' ll fm, M ses sssssssssssss ssss , .M be be Front L-R Amy Edmonson, Valerie Lanius, Shannon Gray, Kellie Bransford, Emilie Tyler, Lisa Chandler, Ben Lanius, William Talbert, Al Roberson, Next Row Mark Webb, Mathew Wyers, Amy Cheatham, Mark Rudzinski, Next Row Susan Kimbrough, Harry Cook, Steve Cole, Danny Board, Jennifer Hale, Glenn Martin Band Earns Superior The Pride of the Green Wave Marching Band had a remarkable year in '86. Under the direction of james Story, Glenn Martin, and Mark Gra- ham it exhibited excellent performances in all aspects. The band entertained the crowds at football games with its display of exciting sound and intricate marching ma- neuvers. They repreatedly re- ceived standing ovations for the patriotic selections of Left: Keeping with the "Catch The Wave" theme is "Hot Country" at the fund-raising concert. Above left: Travis Walker takes a break from practice. "Battle Hymn" and "God Bless the U.S.A." commemo- rating the Tennessee Home- coming '86 theme. At contest the band contin- ued to display its excellence by proving once more that it is the best. It received superi- or ratings at Middle Tennes- see School Band and Orches- tra Association Marching Festival and competed in the Columbia Invitational. At this contest the band compet- ed in the preliminary and lat- er advanced to the finals. The band represents the pride that students have in their school. , Below The band practices after Right The band managers are Kurtis school for a Friday night football Kwasnewski, Daphne Green, and game. Patrick Raff. if . . 4 , i 1 5 ,ff MQW ' mi 0 rv ,j ,, .,.. I f, . ' ' s el ,ff ,f ef? A Q iyy ,,,, ,ir 2 1 1 A The field commanders for the 1986-87 year are Leonard Roberts, and Trisha Krall. Tubas Standing: Phillip Weldon 4' Kneeling Mike Tuttle X . h 1- ff-sv ff - A ,-mf . wa- .. r ff .. -6. C Q---Q ,. M. . All County Band L-R row 1 Amy Edmonson, Melissa Graves, Valerie Lanius, Nicole Robinson, Ann O'Rourke, Alison Perkinson, Katrena Brinkley, Angela Brinkley, Nelissa Aseret, Kelly Bransford, Emily Tyler, Kim Malone, Rhea Keen, Lisa Chandler, LeeAnn Ragland row 2 Erica Rittenberry, Beth Casey, Marybeth Sturdivant, Kelly Woodward, Leonard Roberts, Julie Briddle, Tim Swindle, Steven Cole, Jennifer Hale, Susan Kimbrough, Mark Flick, Ben Lanius row 3 Tate Albert, Domenic Deleonibus, Mike Tuttle, Larry McGlothlin, Amy Cheatham, Danny Board, Chris Wilkinson, Marty Johnson, Mark Webb, Mathew Wyers won-mugs Top left seated: Kary Oldham, Angela Spence, Lisa Breedlove, Yolanda Lowe, Carole Ann Watson, Kathy Simpson, Katrina Brinkley. Standing: Beth Scott, Trishia Krall, Sarah Ragland, Elizabeth Ha- gerty, Lisa Chandler, Julie Hammond, Shelia Nash, Kiby Overman, Elizabeth Lorenz. Top-right Shelia Stone accepts her scroll at TRI-I-ll- Y induction. Above seated: Allison Crowe, Stephanie Wilson, Jennifer McDole, Haley Hughey, standing: Julie Wilson, Katie Haile, Jennifer Hale, Joy Franklin. Above right seated: Kathy Oldham, Bridget Mar- tin, Mira Jane Borders, Charlotte Brown, Leanne Bell, standing: Jennifer Lamb, Shelly Banks, Alli- son Garrott, Staci Scruggs, Emily Walker, Shelia Stone. The sponsors for the 1986-87 Tri-l-li-Y school are Mrs. Connie Hughey and Mrs. Elaine Payne Seated: Karen Phillips, Jeff Roberts, Keith Beasley, Brian Armistead, Jim Gilliam, Kelly Short. Standing: Shelby Patterson, Kim Dowland, Leanne Haile, Cissy Patterson, Beth Todd, Leigh Mattox. Mrs. Payne hands our scrolls to the new Tri-Hi-Y members. Tri-Hi-Y Adds Thirty-three Tri-Hi-Y is a service orga- nization composed of girls who work to serve both the high school and community. Points are eamed by working' around school or doing vari- ous service projects. This year Tri-Hi-Y induct- ed thirty-three new members. The induction exercises were held at the First Baptist Church on February fifth. Each month the girls select a beau of the month from the senior class. In addition, they select a gentleman of the year. Jeff Roberts has been selected as gentleman this year, while beaus include Keith Beasley, Iim Gilliam, Brian Arrnistead, Lorenzo Lucarelli and Tommy Arrendale. Officers for the club are President: Cissy Patterson, First Vice President: Kelly Short, Second Vice President: Karen Phillips, Secretary: Kim Dowland, Treasurer: Leigh Mattox, Sargeant at Arms: Beth Todd, Chaplain: LeAnne Haile, and Historian: Shelby Patterson. Mrs. Elaine Payne and Mrs. Connie Hughey are the sponsors. Dana Trout and other members of the chorus rehearse for a performance. rr' ' ' -",11- r ' shhs . ,H M- 6 9 f '91 57 5 1, l W 6 ll , A4 8393, as-Q52 W 45 , ,, Floor L-R Amy Edmonson, Todd Reynolds, Robert McWhirter, Angela Spence Standing L-R Dana Trout, Top Right: Mrs. Upchurch provides music for Darryl Alexander, Glenna Whitaker, Brian Cannon, Becky Stout, Jody Condra, Collin McKnight, Karen chorus to practice. Phillips, julie Hammons, Rob Ring, Keith Burns, Yanci Pearson. ie Performers sing at the Basketball Homecoming. MTS- UPCn'-ncn Sivef' instructions 10 Glenda Hart' l a M' 3 it ' ff l? . Performers Sing Dance Shows F performer band consists of Glenda Hart, Michelle Erickson, Steve Cook, and The Gallatin High Per- formers are a jazzfpop show choir. Their music is made ex- citing by the staging and cos- tumes they utilize. Performing for the commu- nity at Twitty City, Fairvue and the Donnelly Printing Employees Christmas dinner, the Performers are well known. In addition to these performances, the group sang at the Christian Towers Christmas luncheon, the Southern Association Ban- quet, basketball homecoming, the All-County choral Festi- val and for Cabaret. The civic clubs have also hosted them at their meetings. Costumes for the group in- clude sparkling blue dresses for the girls while the guys wear a tuxedo shirt, slacks and blue tie and cumberbun. For casual wear the group has gray sweatshirts with Opus. To be a member of this spe- cialty group, one must audi- tion. Auditions include sing- ing and dancing. Competition is stiff and few are able to make the final group which has only sixteen members. The music includes con- temporary pop songs, jazz classics, and classical selec- tions. Special Christmas se- lections are chosen for the group. Practices are held beyond the school day. A special cho- reographer works with the dance routine. Videotape is used for learning the steps and critiquing progress. msnis Deleonibl-15' Keith Burns performs during a rehearsal. . I I WW! le 1 4 Q ,sz A ' gm SMQx x sugar' Chorus Top Flrst row Daphne McClellon Annette Ham mons Kathy Dotts Ke1sha Stewart Jam1e Pettus Kleetha Gllbert Krlstln Apple M lan1e Howerton Jamle Bur gett Tonya Mlddleton second row Kelly Prerpoh Shaneka Allen Patsy Burrow Merx Todd Mlchelle Bell Myron Bennett Troy Vaughn Chr1s Hardaway Shelh Forte T1na Runnels Tma Fraley Janet Sparks thrrd row K1m Rldg way Donna Clardy Alvrda Halcomb Gmny Howell L1sa McIntosh Becky Burton A11 Boone Scott Mltchener Steve Adams Mechelle Maddox Te resa HICKS Ellen Cogar Ken dra Krrby Chrxsty Chaffm fourth row Tammy Alexan der M1chelleJenk1ns Shawn Gregory Nrcole Robmson Wade Wakeheld Lrsa Han nah Enc Cole Cyndn Duncan Steve Savage Wendy Stettner 1311116 W1lson Susan Cooper Shane Galther Kathy Boland T1m Bennett Lrsa Duncan Carrre Krall Sandy Krmbrough Bottom First row Cmdy Dav enport Dawn Anderson Stephame M W1lson Maggle Oldham Cmdy Haynes G1na Lasley K1m Hogan Alexrs Mmer Leshe Smlth Jennrfer Hale second row Dawn Sloan K1m Crutcher Sheila Stone Jenmfer McDole Glen na Whltaker Kathy Oldham Dallas Sloan Carrle Gxbbs Cmdy Gentry Ann O Rourke thlrd row K1m Page Reagan Ray Tammy K1ng jennlfer McCracken Maurdl Kelly Chrlsty Repxne Alllson Crowe Carla Parker Janeane Abutrab Joy Frankhn fourth row Todd Brazll Randy A Jones Tony Smnth Dav1d Sav age Danellle Evans Chuck Goad Nehssa Aseret Trm Wuester Alhson Perkmson Doug Alexader Donna Stew art Daryl Prke jeff Tnsdale Kelth Burns Dav1d Lampley Mnke Scott f - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 9- , - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 1 Front L-R Mr. Scott, Instructor M1keGuffey Gary Grant jason Cook Chazz Ietton Stacey Overstreet Steve Gregory Rod Mitchell Michael Cox Travis Harper. Back L-R Mark Strouce john Patterson Steve Fazo Bruce Wrmberly Rick Fielding Ronme Staggs Brian Shackelforcl Kevin Gammon participate in VICA through Auto Mechanics Front L-R Ben Haynes, Pat Thomason, Brad Stubhlefield, Bruce Barnes, Mr. Nelson, in- structor Back L-R Brian White, Ron Perry, Randy Fu- qua, Steve Elmore, jimmy Ale len, William Stafford, Steve Masters, Larry Moncrief, Erie Shoemaker, Jim Bybee, Vince Taylor, Todd Shoulders are in Metals Classes for VICA Front L-R Tim Swindle, Brian Likens, Tracy White Back L-R Rob Archie, Instructor, Brian Shoemaker, Tommy Davis, Monica Gage, Jason Poteet, Wally Webb, Kevin Wilson take Electronics with VICA., S M .al-N is L-R: Curtis Short, Mike Samples, William Wright, john McDaniels, Boze Back L-R Robert Hesson, Charles Moss, Travis Troutman, Mike Billie Lee, Instructor, Neal Dias. vuve: L-R Jackie Shaw, Resa Sadler, Thomas Jenkins, Tracy Clay, Sharon Dorris, brina Brummett, Bonnie Williams, Melissa Chaffin, Laurie Bailey, Instructor, oyd Owen. ...nl Wh g O VICA Is Youth With Emphasis On Leadership The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America was orga- nized in May of 1964 in Nashville Tennessee. The Gallatin HS. chapter was or- ganized in the fall of 1976 af- ter the new main building was completed and the voca- tional classes, as we know them today, had all been in operation. Gallatin Sr. High School was granted Tennes- see V.I.C.A. charter 4119. V.I.C.A. is basically a youth leadership organization with emphasis being placed on the practice of leadership skills, not only in the classroom or shop, but becoming familiar with parliamentary procedure through our local classroom club meetings, taking part in the Mid Cumberland Council skills contests, with the win- ners advancing 9'to the state and national contests. Most of the classes are set up to parallel industry in that they have crew leader, shop fore- men etc. The V.I.C.A. students have an opportunity to go to Camp Clement near Doyle Tennes- see for one week during the summer, and there receive ad- ditional training in carrying out the duties of their respec- tive clubs i.e. President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasur- er etc. Also a well organized sports progam is enjoyed and participated in by each person attending to insure healthy bodies as well as alert and healthy minds 'fe' 0 X 3 . 141 F Top: Standing L-R Billy Taylor, Stacy Kirk, Terry Wallace, Lance Pharris, Michael Parrish, Scott Wilhite, David Riggsbee, Gina Daughtry, Linda Greg- ory, Christy Langford, Instructor, Charles Steiger. FF Tests Skills The Gallatin Chapter of the FFA has been busy this year. A five person team of sopho- mores competed in the soil mixing contest at Portland High. Students also competed in the parliamentary proce- dure competition. Mr. Walk- er, the Ag. teacher, took a group of students to the Na- tional FFA competition in Kansas City, Missouri. ' speeched for the extempora- neous speaking contest. In February the skills contests were held. The Awards Chapter Ban- quet was held in November at City Hall. The FFA wrapped up their year with the plant sale. The State Convention in Gatlinburg will be attended by the newly elected officers In January agriculture stu- and state award winners. dents prepared public Below: The Sponsor for FFA is Mr. f Walker. f Left to right, Below: Front row, Den- ton Moore, Tim Ector, Steve Slagle. Back row, Charles Palmer, Sean Link, Scott Berry, Phil Kilmon, Devin Sadler. Left to right, top right: Front row: Scott Keith, Tommy Davis, Pam Graves, James Stinson. Back row: Tony Smith, Allen Crowder, Clay Winter, Scott Bowler. Left to right, middle: Front row: Billy Harris, James Stinson, Robert Ritten- berry, Harvy Goolsby, Scott Dallas, Joe Wix, Sean Kilgore, Nicky Baskerville. Back row: Scott Keith, Lary Pearson, Eric Alexander, Curtis Graves, Scott Shrum, Steve Slagle. Left to right, bottom: Sitting down: Jeff Staten, Hosea Robb, J oe Davis, Mickey Humphrey, Michael Stephens, Phillip Alexander, Butch Schultz, Ray Keller, Michael Brinkley. Standing, front row: Jonathan Whitaker, Samantha Agee, Towanda Burgess, Candy Shrum, Anestis Varskelis, Lee Belcher, Chad Burris, Andy Swartz, Michael McMurtry. Standing, back row: Chris Lee, Chris Rog- ers. Below L-R Tommy Davis, Steve Slagle, Cary Slagle, Delvin Sadler, Tim Ector, Denton Moore, james Stinson are officers, . T' if 5 ,jst- -V J!-Nm .5 -tv-ts-, -va QR i . K.. N:3x 5?giQf W? . N -Q., , .sf alias., gm i,, !Sw Left: FFA students landscape around the vocational building. Above L-r row 1 Will Mason, Rocky Baskerville, Ronald Dusek, John Chance, Carl Walker, Richard Crowder row 2 L-R Thomas Gakle, Ray Chandler, Ricky Brooks, Roy Gregory, Bruce Alexander, Timmy Hammer row 3 L-R Tommy Perry, Hank Covington, Mike Cope, Randy Dotson, Troy Wimberly row 4 L-R Ken Hartsock, Roger Willis, Keith Stockdale, Charly Andrews, jeremy Ham- mock, Brian Baskerville. PCA Stresses Values F.C.A.1Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletesl is a club de- signed for students that par- ticipate in any athletics such as: Basketball, Baseball, Cheerleading, Football, Soccer or any other sporting activity. F.C.A. is for anyone involved in sports, whether it be a school related sport or a com- munity related sport. F.C.A. members have a common ground or being athletically inclined and having strong Christian values. F.C.A. helps its members to become strong leaders in church and com- munity when they further their goals in life after gradu- ation. F.C.A. members recog- nize their advantages of being f athletic, one of which is being healthy and physically able to compete. The programs for the F.C.A. meetings focus on topics including nutrition, fitness, spirituality and wholeness of being. Students desire to grow in grace and body. The club has increased in membership. Below: Terry Shrock, Gary VanAtta, Bill Colquitt are FCA sponsors. 1st Row left to right: Corey Lewis, Jim Payne, Stephen Dorris, Chuck Gibs Andrea Whitsell 2nd row: Leigh Ann Hale, Beth High, Amy Lannom, Kelly Sh Sidney Collier, Renee Bohanan 3rd row: Terrell Johnson, Ty Kirby, jim Gilli 4th row: Michael Carey, Tom Knapp 5th row: Stacey Smith. E " 'MJ ' -W - .Wd 3 . IZVMWY Left to right: Andrea Whitsell, Jim Payne, Stephen Dorris, Chuck Gibson, Corey Lewis, Y as .ads 1' 2 ficersz Kneeling - Marnie Hudson, secretary. Left to right: Danny Sullivan, 'e-president, Shayne Dobbs, reporter, Danny Williams, parliamentariang Lance mpton, treasurer, Chuck Goad, President. Kneeling fleft to rightjz Jenny Gib- son, Alivta Halcomb, Deloise Ma- lone, Sheila Gooch, Maurdi Kelly, Glenda Hart, Tonya Hodges, Pam Moss, Lisa Auton, Lance Hampton, Joann Dunn. 2nd row: Mary Hud- dleston, Teresa Gifford, Shayne Dobbs, Christel Newhouser, Kim Clark, Andrea Vest, Michelle Nevels, Ruth Birdsong, Angela Staten, John Alexander, Stacy Odom. 3rd row: Sterling Birdsong, Mary Sandoval, Gail Burgett, Becki Polston, Sharon Bass, Trina Denson, Michelle Lang- ford, Marnie Hudson, Linda McGlothlin. 4th row: Stacy Beasley, Tracy Gaines, Danny Williams, Dan- ny Sullivan, Brian Carter, James Slea- mon, Steve Fuqua, Robert Lee. DECA Runs Bookstore Distributive Education Clubs of America QDECAJ is a national organization open to members enrolled in market- ing. This club affords stu- dents opportunities for travel, leadership, personal growth and fun. The Deca Chapter at Gallatin Senior High partici- pates in many civic, social, and leadership activities. In- cluded in these activities are banquets, going to haunted Mrs. Lisa Suddarth is DECA sponsor. houses, parties for underpriv- ileged children at Christmas, ice cream parties, and attend- ing District, State, and Na- tional Conferences and Com- petitive Events. This past year, the Gallatin Chapter of Deca doubled insize from 28 members to 56. The major goal of Deca is to have contin- ued growth and participation. Maurdi Kelly, who is a junior member, won 1st place in state competition and attend- ed the National Career Devel- opment Conference. The con- ference was held in New Orleans, Louisiana from April 29-May 3. GHS Offers Service The Giving, Helping, and Serving KGHSJ Club has much to offer to Gallatin Senior High School and to the city of Gallatin. Some of the club's activities include visiting nursing homes and arranging parties at day care centers. These vis- its seem to brighten many people's day. Every year at Thanksgiving the club members and spon- sors join together to collect food for the needy. People are encouraged to help and then C QQ fct realize the importance of this yearly traditition. Each month a bulletin board is changed to highlight seasons and events. Groups of club members are responsible for this activity. A scholarship is given to a senior in the club at the end of the year. The GHS sponsors for this year are Mrs. Miller Qnot picturedj, and Mrs. Kizer. rife lst Row left to right: jennifer Jones, Dawn Anderson, Stacey McDole, 2nd row Biren Patel Gretchen Anderson Leslie Baldwin Paul Bonial Amy Mayes Kathy Boland, Tim Batten, Melanie Mowers, DJ. Quin, Kim Dowland, William Talbert Susan Cooper 45, Bob Lannon is this year's Key Club sponsor. I O O I Sheree Abernathy is this year's Key Club sweetheart. 1st row left to right: Todd Reynolds, president, Sheree Abernathy, sweetheart, Chris Cummins, vice-president, Znd row left to right: Keith Beasley, secretary, Tate Litts, reporter, Michael Thigpen, treasurer. Key Is Help The Key Club is an organi- zation which is aided by their sponsor, the Kiwanis Club. Through their work in the home, school, and communi- ty, they prepare themselves for the future. The Key Club gives the members the oppor- tunity to meet local business, civic, and professional lead- ers. Each Wednesday, two members of Key Club go to Gallatin City Hall to have lunch with the Kiwanis Club. Each year the Key Club gives a S500 scholarship to a de- serving student. The boys provided a flagpole for Senior Citizen Center in Gallatin. They also cleaned up around the Senior Citizen Center building. Some of the boys worked at the annual Kiwanis Auction. The money from the auction goes to various com- munity activities. Several members were sent to a con- vention in Chattanooga. Just for fun, the Kiwanis Club and t row left to right: Keith Beasley, Todd Reynolds, Sheree Abernathy, Chris Cummins, Michael Thigpen, 2nd row left to ght: Jim Payne, Doug Alexander, William Talbert, Rob Ring, jeff Patterson, Jeff Roberts, Phil Bennet, Rob Reasonover, :l row left to right: john Meiggs, Lee Lannom, David Harber, Aaron Kiser, David Simpson, Tate Litts, Todd Griffin, avid Baker, Kenny Chaffin. 4th row left to right: David Neville, Wayne Simpson, Stuart Thomas, Charles Briscoe, Andy swell, Ed Oldham, jim Gilliam, D.I. Gwin, Stephen Dorris. Key Club have a basketball game. Bob Lannom is the sponsor of the club. This year's sweetheart is Sheree Abernathy. ITG Promotes Careers "From Classrooms To Ca- reer" - This is a motto formed by Jobs for Tennessee Graduates, which helps stu- dents to be placed in a job after graduation. This organi- zation began in 1981 in Shel- by County and initiated by Governor Alexander to reduce unemployment in Tennessee. It was introduced to Gallatin High School in the 1985-86 school year and has been a big success. Under the teaching of Mrs. Armbruster the class now has 41 seniors in the pro- gram. Gallatin is one of 70 high schools in Tennessee 1 with over 3,000 seniors partic- ipating in the group. They have three main points to keep - one: goal setting, two: interviews, three: job skills. These are three subjects that are dealt with throughout the program. After being placed in a job, Jobs for Tennessee Graduates keeps a nine month follow-up period. Mrs. Mary Lee Armbruster, Advisor fLeft to rihtz 1st row: President, Richard Raye, Coordinator for Social Affairs, ' Hughes, Znd row: Coordinator for Career Preparation, Sherri Walker, Secret Theresa DeBow, 3rd row: Coordinator for Leadership Development, David Ste Coordinator for Civic Affairs, Earl Perry. Left to right around the table, 1st row: Mary Crenshaw, Theresa DeBow, David Stone, Charles Palmer, and Angela Rogan. 2nd row: Lisa Hughes, Michelle Nevils, Tina Harden, Carolyn Adams, Sherri Walker, Dorothy Sparkman, Susan Kane, Darrell Turner, Tammy Bartlett, Gail Wilson and Alicia Smith. 3rd row: Tony Alexander, Greg Becker, jennifer Fuqua, Robert Keith Dodson, George Vinson, Richard Raye, Earl Perry, Bobby Lewis, Micheal Leh, Kenny Driver, Tony Bartlett and Delayne Grandstaff. 2 L-R Jody Condra, President, Jason Lanlf ford, Vice Presidentp D.J. Gwin, Secrr tary!Treasurer. This year's Tennessee Tomorrow Club sponsors are, to the left Janan Dorri and to the right Joan Tomlin, who a actively involved in working with tl government days in Nashville, and wi' voter registration. Tennessee Tomorrow Says " 0" To Drugs The Tennessee Tomorrow Club enjoys being active. This year has been a year full of excitement. A group of the club's members have joined together to help promote the new Just Say No Club. These members visit local schools and help them to understand the values of the club and also talk of the dangers in taking drugs and drinking alcohol. When Christmas arrived, all the members gave money and bought presents for a needy family. Seven members of the club attended Government Days in Nashville and received a look at politics in Tennessee. In addition to these activi- ties, the club also participated in voter registration. During lunch, tables were set up in the commons area, staffed by club members, to register eighteen year olds prior to the November election. Another service project in- volved students helping to move books at Wynnewood. The Tennessee Tomorrow students took a special inter- est in the November guberna- torial race and attempted to have the candidates debate in an open forum at the high school. f , , A f' . JW Row 1 L-R Tate Litts, Dan Puryear, David Simpson, Curtis Kwasniewski. Row 2 L-R Penny Patterson, Darryl Pike, Tim Batten, D.J. Gwin, Regina Tomlin, Charolette Brown. Row 3 L-R Lisa Mclntosh, Jennifer Nycz, Ali Boone, Biren Patel, Jeanne Bell, Alison Crowe, Jody Condra, Margaret Blaylock, Shelby Patterson, Dameron Tennant, Dana Driver. Row 4 L-R Jessica Coles, Julie Bracey, Yanci Pearson, William Talbert, Paul Boniol Middle Left L-R: Shauna Dotson, Lower Right L-R: Hayes Wakefield, Michael Thigpen, Jim Zboja, julie Hammond, Yanci Pearson, and Top: International Club provides refreshments for the faculty. Rhonda Staret ' A. sw .ssssefs-Nassxsmr.wa:x,weam.:Xwmau f 5 Kelly Short, Corey Lewis, and Ellen t are German officers. Cogar are Spanish officers. W .- s 4 X ! . ,,,, ,. 'B ' ' : ,c ,Q , . , Q f we ,,, L- g, f 4 f r , ip V-1: I 4 A ,f 2 7 1 ez , r 5, , g ,Q 53 5 Q 5 if 32 :dag Above Row 1 L-R: Chris Wade, Stephanie Cavin, Tammy Sullivan Holmes, Tiffany jones, Ellen Cogar, Lise Nelson, Anne Copeland. Row 2 L-R Lee Lannom, Chip Moore, Dennis Tuttle, Patricia Gregory, J.R. DiVincenzo, Me- lissa Werterberger, Ginger Hill, Shelly Banks, Twana Austin, Amy Johnson. Row 3 L-R David Martin, jennifer McDole, Glenna Whitaker, Leanne Bell, Gina Ayer, Ami Olsen Row 4 L-R Kelly Short, Cindy Gentry, Joy Franklin, Shawn Simpson, Hayes Wakefield, Tammy Lindsey, Anita Malone, jackie Robinson, Amy Mayes, Melanie Mowers, Amy Bradley, Kelly Raney, Bro- chelle Branham Row 5 L-R Jim Hartman, Chuck Gibson, Wade Wakefield, Corey Lewis, Tony Brinkley, Devon Sutherland, and Debbie Scott are Spanish Club members. Middle Right Row 1: Eric Heidel, Tate Litts, joe Thompson, Dennis Burns, Matthew Masters, Michael Thigpen, Jim Zboja, Paul jones and David Neville. Row 2 L-R: Ram'ona Dodson, Lennie Brabson, Don Vanatta, Dallas Sloan, Kathy Oldham, Bart Highers, Scott Baughn, Julie Hammond. Kneeling L-R: Shauna Dotson, Jennifer L. Templeton, Michelle Stinson, Danielle Evans, Ann O'Rourke, Diana johnson, Robin Yoder. Sitting AL-R: Amanda Baskin, Rita Plamer, Yanci Pearson, Cheryl Gregory, and Ryan Birdsong are German club members. w 1 L-R Katie Haile, Tondra McNabb, jennifer Rogers, Donna Brady, Maggie tt, Mechelle Maddox, Donna Stewart, Cindy Haynes, Lisa Auton, Dawn Sloan, inifer Scruggs Row 2 David Baker, Connie Youngblood, DJ. Gwin, Sheila sh Row 3 L-R Stuart Thomas, Wayne Simpson, Carla Clemens, Alison Crowe, nny Chaffin, Sherry McKinney Row 4 William Talbert, Chris Huckaba, Lisa ll, Leanne Fuller, Travis Saferight, Biren Patel, Rene Bohanan, Ed Oldham, :hie Harville, Michael Thigpen, Rob Reasonover are French Club members , ..,,... Spanish, Mrs. Gaba International Club Expands The International Club is composed of three separate and distinct organizations, which are French Club, Span- ish Club, and German Club. The French Club is led this year by President Biren Patel and the sponsor Mrs. Reason- over. Among the many activi- ties that kept them busy throughout the year was the Christmas party. Students decorated the tree and sang French carols. A new addition to the Spanish Club was Mrs. Miller, who kept the students busy with projects as the year progressed. Under the leader- ship of Ms. Cindy Gaba, Pres- ident Kelly Short, and the other officers, the Spanish Club sold candles to raise money for each language de- partment. They also compet- ed in the Foreign Language competition in Knoxville on April third and fourth. The third year students tutored L-R Richie Harville, Dawn Sloan, Ka- tie Haile, Wayne Simpson, Sheila Nash are French officers the elementary children in French and Spanish. This year a new club was introduced to Gallatin High School. The German Club, under the guidance of Mrs. Walker, sponsor, and Presi- dent Shauna Dotson, was shown a more inclusive view of German culture. This year, members of the German Club journeyed to Sewanee, Ten- nessee, for the German Fruehling Festival and competition. 'S i I TU. German, Mrs. Walker French, Mrs. Reasonover. l , N Row 1 I.-R: Sheila Stone, julie O'I'Iara, Jennifer Lamb, Mira ,lane Borders, Danielle Moore, Jodi Stevens, LeeAnn Bell, Ty Kirby,Troy Martin Row 2. DJ. Gwin, Ed Oldham, Lance Las- siter, Greg Cothran Row 3 Da- vid Coley, Tim Batten, Mike Price, Doug Alexander, Todd Reynolds, Rob Ring, Steve Bringard Row 1: Kim Dowland, Shelby Patterson, Debbie Cronk, Kel- ly Woodward, Lisa Locke, Debbie Scott, Alison Garrott Row 2 Tina Demonbreum, Laura Black, Melissa Graves, Curtis Kwasniewski, Dawn Sloan, LeeAnn Hunt, Amy Ed- monson, ,lim Payne, Rob Copeland Front L-R Maggie Nett Jarvis Spruill Rob Reasonover Maggie Oldham Angela Brinkley Beth High Ann ORourke Lorie Hammock Missy Porter Middle: Greg Balturshot Tommy Williams jim Zboja jason McCullen Mark Webb Darren Suther- land JoAnn Mullins Paige Kirby Alison Crowe Back: Lisa Nelson David Neville Joel Ross Rebecca Anderson Regina Tomlin Kelly Raney Amy Olsen Lisa Hall . , . , 1 I I . . . , 1 , , . , , , , I f f , , Sponsors are Betty Mayberry and Katherine Thurman. qw Row 1 L-R: Sarah Ragland, Katrina Brinkley, Kathy Simpson, Trisha Krall, Elizabeth Lorenz, Lisa Chandler, Sherri McKinney, lelie Neal Row 2 L-R Verionica Rittenberry, Darlen Stafford, Yolanda Lowe, julie Hammond, Elizabeth Easton, Angela Spence, Beth Scott, Jennifer Young L! lui' Row 1 L-R: Andrea Whitsell, Dana Trout, Cissy Patterson, Beth Todd, Leigh Mattox, Lisa McIntosh, Lisa Breedlove, Schyler Carr, Ginny Howell, Brian Robinson Row 2: Sherri Abernathy, Kelly Short Row 3: Kelly Douglas, Ginger Hill Row 4: Danny Williams, Micheal Thigpen, Keith Beasley, Jim Gilliam, Chris Cummings, David Simpson Beta Club Inducts Members The Gallatin Senior High Beta Club underwent one of its more active years ever dur- ing 1986-87. This year marked the club's entrance into district action. The Beta Club's annual in- duction ceremony was held on January 2.2, 1987. The club officers are: Keith Beasley, President, Rob Ring, Vice- President, Cissy Patterson, Secretary, and julie Ham- mond, Treasurer. Fifty-eight new members were inducted into the Beta Club during the exercises. The club attended the State Convention in Nashville on April 3-5. The Beta Club is sponsored by Betty Mayberry and Kath- erine Thurman. Below Front row: Jennifer Ingram, Christie Chandler, Rebekah Allen, Janet Sparks. Back row: Wade Wakefield, Hayes Wakefield, Brett Carter, Bart Highers. - , Q 5 Middle Front row, left to right: Amy Bradley, Missy Porter, Iulie Wilson, Alison Crowe, Paige Kirby. Back row, left to right: Lorie Hammock, Kurt Gore, Rob Reasonover. Above Left to right: Ed Oldham, Leanne Haile, jim Payne, Kim Dowland, Mira Jane Borders, Staci Scruggs, Nancy Daigler, Tim Wright, Anne Rush, Shelly Banks, Drew Carr. E 2 Above: Vizzhunz performed to raise money for Student Council. Senior Photo, front row: Kelly Short, Cissy Patterson, Jodi Faulk, Angela Spence, Karen Phillips, Leigh Mattox. Back row: jennifer Young, John Hancock, Dana Troutt, jamie Hunt, Jeff Roberts, Beth Scott, Yolanda Lowe, Sheree Abernathy. Council Offers Concert The Student Council con- sists of forty members elected from each of the classes. The Student Council also spon- sors homecoming and builds the float for the Homecoming duties of the Student Council are to promote loyalty and school spirit, and to encour- age other students to grow in self direction. Throughout the school year, student council members participate in sever- al activities. The most impor- tant, is the giving away of three 5600 scholarships. Therefore the council raises money by selling candy. The Court. At home football games and before and after school, selected members raise and lower the flag. Dur- ing Christmas, each member brings a present for a needy child and also decorates a tree for the school. The Student Council President, Jeff Rob- erts, makes announcements each morning and afternoon over the P.A. -vi Sponsors are: Mrs. Ruth Hagerty, Mrs. Nancy Rutledge, Mrs. Karla Kirby, and Mrs. Lynn Coley. , Q ,. f f ' M awmfazz shown the other side of the staff the serious and working side To create a book that cap- tures the year is the goal of the 1987 yearbook staff, led by Lisa Chandler, Editor. Af- ter brainstorming within the group, the theme of "Catch the Wave" seems to fit. The obvious fashion fad with soft drink logos on everything from shirts to key rings serves as another influencing factor. This is a student book - done for students, by stu- dents. To underscore the in- fluence of student life, the staff has created P.A. fParty Animal, via Terry Davis. Serving as editors for the se- ., . M... ,, ,, M. . ,,,, 4 Q, .sw ,,, , , is , .. W ,, HE . .-as . H, A, -,,v,.:5gm,,.,, Hg, .rss . fr ,H . s . . , nior section and the honors section are Terry Davis and Kathy Simpson. The junior class belongs to Elizabeth Lo- renz and Elizabeth Hagerty, the sophomores to Leonard Roberts and Pat Clark and the freshman to Bridgett Martin and Mike Page. Other sec- tions include sports under Lo- renz, Hagerty, and Martin, or- ganizations under Roberts, Page, and Clarkg and Ads un- der Simpson. This year's editor is Lisa Chandler. 'Z W Q . r sii - wig, , .. yew? 1 ,,.. i . vv- .. ,H . H , M y 1, ,,f, ,T 4 45 2-ag, 5. fa' W 'P 4 M g ,yy gm' .. as QW ,W Q? Z 9 L-R Terry Davis, Leonard Roberts, Mike Page, Lisa Chandler, Kathy Simpson Elizabeth Hagerty Elizabeth Lorenz Bridgett Martin Pat Clark rr'- Hmm Oactfae Swat 4 21354 I ' ' , 7 ' f ' n , r aww tw, .. f , MW 9:7:fi'L:Z,!4w,::MAlS, W W We Ag low 1: Stacy Shrum, Melissa Sparks, fammy Rogers, Penny Ferguson, Tina Harden, Roxann Herndon, Leith Taylor. Row 2: Leslie Baldwin, ihelly Cole, Virginia Parks, Robin Villis, Michelle Silcox. Row 3: Chris- ina Hall, Susan Cooper, joe Thomp- on. Row 1: Ronnie Taylor, Tisia Tucker, Tracy Douglas, Toby Froelich. Row 2: Jennie McIntosh, Tammy Lanius, Renee Welch, Sheila Lampkin, Den- ise Weller, Tammy Hines, Michelle Canter, Christy Cray. an an M. Penny Ferguson Treasurer Tammy Rogers Parliamentarian Melissa Sparks Vice President Robin Willis Reporter Row2 Roxanne Hern don Sentinel Keith Taylor President Tina Harden Historian Shelly Cole Secretary HUSA Has Health Fair Health Occupations' Stu- dents of America is a voca- tional club composed of stu- dents taking health occupations. These students are under the leadership of ITS UF 3 4 I Row 1: Donna McKeen, Kim Smith, Jennifer Templeton, Tammy Terry, Gayla Miles, Cindy Overstreet. Row 2: Kristie Johns, Sharron Dunn, An- toinette Britton, Tabitha Thomas, Su- san Wright, Deanna Scott, Andy Swartz. Mrs. McCrary. HOSA is a club formed for those who are interested in pursuing a med- ical career. Members of HOSA have attended a re- gional competition, and a state conference. Participants also were responsible for the annual blood mobile and the Information Health Fair. Of- ficers include: Keith Taylor, President, Missy Sparks, Vice-President, Shelley Cole, Secretary: Penny Ferguson, Treasurer: Tina Harden, His- toriang Robin Willis, Repre- sentativep Tammy Rogers, Parliamentarian, and Rox- anne Herndon, Sentinel. This year's H.O.S.A. sponsor is Mrs. McCrary. Row 1: Tammie Grant, Cherri En- gland, Angie Warren, Heather Lilly, Cindy Bradley, Melissa Wise, Rena Barksdale. Row 2: Kim Holder, Ran- dy Iones, Kelly Summers, Lamar Franklin, Leigh Lillard, D David Al- exander, William Dunn, Connie Clay. Below Monica Watson, Karen Daughtry, Richard Steward Computers Match Mates Computer Data Processing is designed to provide aca- demic training and hands-on experience in the areas of date processing, concepts, com- puter programming, comput- er operations, and systems concepts. Computer Data Processing students are encouraged to af- filiate with the O.E.A. This affiliation gives the students an opportunity to compete on the regional, state, and na- tional level with other stu- dents in areas of computer knowledge and use. Second-year students this year were involved in a match mate program which matched each student with every other student with whom they Top Right Stacy Williams, Carol Ann Watson, Leanne Hunt, Beth Kirby shared similar interests and characteristics. in the school. This project was most enjoy- able and was a good fund raiser. Below Sponsor is Mrs. Cobb XV., Second from top Kerrin Dempsy, Dana Driver, Paula Porter, Debbie Cronk, Kellie Douglas Third From Top: Alice Micholen, Lance Carter, jeff Burgett, Charles Robb, T Davis Bottom Brian Medkiff, Payton Byrd, Daryl Alexander, seated Elizabeth Eas Paula Porter Sitting L-R: Nancy Daigler, Kelli Smith, Kim Dowland, Leanne Haile. Standing front L-R: Laura Black, Amanda Baskin Eli Flint Jennifer Fayna Christy Casey, Dianna Holbrooks, Morgan Minch, Lucinda Irion. Back L-R: Mary Yancy Parks, Tom Lejsek, Craig Garrot. I I - ' ff!" 154 Wahl --gf' Top: The Journalism class visits the Above: Students in Journalism host a newspaper. radio show. Print Broadcast Are Medi The Mass Media Journal- ism Class at Gallatin Senior High is a well-rounded course, touching all phases of journalism. Both the print and broadcast medium are covered during the year. Students are introduced to radio broadcast at the begin- ning of the school year. After field trips to the local radio Below: Mrs. Judy Bivens is the jour- nalism sponsor. stations and guest speakers from the radio field, students receive radio broadcast license and take to the airwaves. This year WVCP 88, Vol State, and WAMG have offered students the experience of producing weekly radio programs. In addition to producing radio programs, journalism students publish a quarterly newsletter that is mailed home to parents. Finally the long awaited se- nior paper comes out. Having gained experience through writing articles for the Galla- tin News Examiner through- out the year, students utilize their talents to create the Green Wave Gallery. H 7 Interact Is Service This Year at GHS many new clubs were added. The Interact Club is one such club. The Interact Club is de- signed to help in community services and projects. Throughout the school year the Club has participated in community related activities. In cooperation with the Galla- tin Rotary Club they took part in the Mayor for a Day which made club members more aware of Gallatin city government and how local business took place. The club also was involved in prepara- tions for the Great Sumner County Foot Race, which took place in March. The Founding officers for the Interact Club were Presi- dent, Ed Oldham, Vice-Presi- dent, Rob Ring, Treasurer Mira Jane Borders, Secretary, Dameron Tennant, and Ser- geant at-arms, Kenny Chaf- fin. Sponsor for the club is Mrs. Betty Mayberry. Below This years interact sponsor is Betty Mayberry. gh ,Q fi ,, ff: 5' W fs. mf.. -- fl. mr. f , H ff ,4- wr. Mfr . ,az ng-1' ...W 1. ,W -,,kw,,f-.Jiffy - H ' rf. Q, , fjiggg, V, . - , Mgft,,q,5..f HW' :fiifi cu, ' .- 4-:Hat ,. 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Top: sponsor Mrs. Reedg Bottom: Cheryl Gregory, Dan Puryear, joan Baker wliddle: Laura Black, Tracy Warren, Joan Baker, Cheryl Gregory, Dan Puryear, iridget Martin, Rob Ringg back row: Lucinda Iron, JoAnn Sloan, Paul Boniol, heree Abernathy, Leigh Mattox, Becky Stout Below: Sheree Abernathy, Becky Stout, Carla Clemons, Cissy Patterson X , LEE X in ..k, 5 in FL!Thespians Are New The National Forensic League is a newly formed or- ganization, which challenges the student's talents in speak- ing, interpretation, and act- ing. Gallatin's affiliate mem- bership was chartered in October of 1986. Under the direction of Speech and Dra- ma teacher, Kimberly Reed, the team ended the season on a victorious note at Goodpas- ture school were Becky Stout walked away with the team's first championship with a first place in poetry interpre- tation. Laura Black finished seventh in extemporaneous speaking. The first GHS stu- dent to become a member of the National Forensic League is Tracy Warren. Closely be- hind are Becky Stout, Laura Black and Joanna Sloan, a freshman who only lacks one point. Another new club is the Thespians, a drama club, whose goal is to serve as a support group for theatre. Prospective members must finish three hours of technical work. February 15 was the formal initiation . All initiates had to dress as a character assigned to them. At the initiation, speeches were given by Cissy Patterson, Dan Puryear, and Cheryl Gregory. Becky Stout performed her award winning poetry interpretation. Ms. Reed also serves as Thespian sponsor. Front: Dan Puryear, Kibi Overman, Sheila Nash, Cissy Patterson, Ioan Baker, Tracy Warren, Cheryl Gregory, Paul Bonial, Amanda Baskin, Elizabeth Ha- gerty, Row 2: Bridget Martin, Christi Repine, Sherri Abernathy, Becki Stout, Leigh Mattox, Laura Black, Lucinda Irion, Amy Troutt, Schuyler Carr Row 3: Andy Swartz, jamie Lilly, Rob Ring, Keith Burns, Craig Garrot, Greg Swaford, Ken Hartsock, Carla Clemans, Terry Tarpky, Brad Suttle, Leanne Fuller, Chris- ti Casey. L-R Angela Hyre, Teresa Gif- ford, Jackie Robinson, Nicky Ray, Drew Carr, Dameron Tennant, Sharon Bass, Leann Hunt Standing L-R Patricia Greg- ory, Melanie Mowers, Temple Piercey, Shelby Ann Lee, Missy Porter, Deanna Scott, Nikki Morgan Sitting L-R Lisa Carter, Sherri Kelton, Lorie Hammock Row 1 L-R Amber Pippin John Webb Chris Sadler Kim Green Kristi Hill Row 2 L-R Shelby Scruggs Rene Brad- ford Shelly Barber Christie Whiticker Veronica Good Karen Anderson Heather Por- ter Angela Shrum Row 3 L-R Christy Gray Anber Murphy Teresa Hicks Stacy Angela Chandra Moore Ayesha Asherbranner Lillie Reecer Tricia Boyd Stacey Gray. This years O.E.A. sponsors are Deloris Schreiner and Elaine Stephenson. 210 , L-R Row 1 Susan Campbell, Andrea Gulley, Kellie Douglas, Teresa Castelli, Lisa Clark, Alita Ruffin, Karen Robinson, Paula Porter, Veronica Rittenberry, Carole Ann Watson, Michelle Thompson, Cindy Allen, Barbara Silcox, Melissa Anderson, Kim Piper. L-R Row 2 Debbie Hunter, Darlene Stafford, Lisa Kemp, Dorothy Sparkman are Senior OEA members. M as is A as eiasss C C . , ssss s . C W sssss - , s, sss as , QE . ,. XT N . Q wiser: Y vs get XS- has wigs N. Xt N is ii fag? Y 5 s 'ff QW L-R Darlene Stafford, Veronica Rittenberry, Lori Hammock, Patricia Gregory, Paula Porter, Kerrin Dempsay, Amy Bradley, Kellie Douglas, Angie Gregory Competes The Office Education Asso- ciation is one in whichfstu- dents may be members at the local, state, and national level. In order to become a mem- ber, the student must enroll in a vocational office educa- tion course. The election of officers is for all interested students. Each student running for an offie must sign up and pre- sent a campaign speech. The other members of OEA then vote by ballot and elect OEA's officers for the year.The elec- tion of officers is held at the first OEA Chapter meeting. Members of the organiza- tion are able to compete in contests on the regional, state, and national level. The con- test involves all areas of office education skills. Many stu- dents have had the opportuni- ty in the national OEA leader- ship conferences and contests in such cities as Detroit, Chi- cago, Dallas, Houston, and Des Moines. Stephanie and Veronica taste a dessert that they made in Home Economics. This years F H A sponsors are Wanda Armstrong Joann Bates and Sandra McDonald P.......s- L-R Tracey Cartwright, Rene Barksdale, Cindy Bolton, Tina Denton, Kenneth Mitchell, Tere- sa McClain, Tvonne Malone, Sherri Kelton, Nina Phillips, Wanda Carter, Sarah Woods, Daran Cloud, Donna Clardy, Ve- ronica Jenkins, Dawn Thompson, Julie Wilson, Stephanie Law. L-R Sheila Gross, Lori Wood- ward, Connie Thacker, Angela Staten, Angela Mayes, L-R Top Christina Hall, Kim Banks, Cindy Bolton, Amy Graham, Dee Dee Silcox, Sarah Woods, Dawn Thompson, Wanda Carter are the FHA officers. If W ,ff 3 ps-41 .-R Kelly Turner, Tammy Davenport, Daphne McClellan, Cindy Bolton, .ori Woodward, Sheila Gross, Connie Thacker are officers. low 1 L-R Amy Mills, Penny Tucker, Becki Perkins, Tami Elam Row 2 L-R Dawn Anderson, Elizabeth McKee, Missy Barrett, Terri Andrews, Connie ohnson Row 3 L-R Teresa McClain, Carolyn Adams, Beth Kirby, Shelia vIcDougal, Karen Lee, Donna Summers are HERO members. PHA HERO Have Busy Year Elect State Officer The Gallatin Senior High School Future Homemakers of America Chapter began its year in the summer of '86 with four chapter members attending the National Lead- ership Conference which was held in Orlando, Florida. In August, the chapter held its officer election. The offi- cers are as follows: President, Sheila Gross, Vice-President, Lori Woodward, Secretary, Connie Thacker, Treasurer, Angela Staten, Special Events, David McMurry, Public Rela- tions, Amy Graham, Program Chairperson, Andy Bolton, Refreshments, Kim Banks, Bulletin Boards, Wanda Car- ter, Social projects, Christina Hall, Competitive Events, Dawn Thompson, Chaplain, Dee Dee Silcox, Photogra- pher, Sarah Woods. Several members attended various contests, with one member, Sheila Gross, being elected state secretary. During the 1986-87 school year, the chapter also did sev- eral projects for their organi- zation and for the communi- ty. In April, the organization sponsored an Easter egg hunt for the Gallatin Day Care Center, and for a fund raiser, they introduced a new prod- uct - chipsticks! A two hour Child Care Practicum course has been added to the Home Economics curriculum. The new class al- lows the 15 students to work in area day care centers and kindergartens. The student leadership organization of the class is HERO - Home Eco- nomics Related Occupations. Installation of chapter offi- cers occured September 5, 1986. President: Missy Bart- lett, Vice-President, Terri An- drews, Secretary, Penny Tucker, Treasurer: Amy Draper and Executive Offi- cers: Dawn Anderson, Beth Kirby, Sheila McDougal and Elizabeth McKee. Chapter meetings have included a speaker on roles of women, daycare safety and newborn care. Students were placed in S area day care centers for 12 weeks to gain experience with young children Top: Students from Gallatin attended a cluster meeting in Knoxville. MARILYN S BRIDAL AND FORMAL THE T0 WNE DUMP 126 W. 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Water allatin, TN 370 KENNETH O LESTER WHOLESALE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS Lebanon Tennessee BROWN MOVING CO GALLATINO S PIZZA Free Fast Delivery geese as mr GETS THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY GALLATIN BAKERY GALLATIN DRUGS INC S C 615f452-1512 Bobby Butler O 9 9 - 2I3 West Main - Gallatin , ' Limited Delivery Area 't P k ' , -, Q Qftj loaf Way Cneazaw Vaeum MQAUED sonvile, TN 37075 322-4752 - St M 7 Nashville, Pike Te,'geW'?ff51f llatill, TN 37066 452-4661 Dan Green ' ' - ana 91' . g Plaza hoppxng tr. Senior Index In Memoriam -- Reggie Goodner REE LEIGH DATA PROCESSING 4 COUNCIL 2, 3, 4 DN 4 2 3, 4 LEAGUE 4 RENAY 2,3, 4 3 COUNCIL 4 3 4 KEITH CONTEST 3RD STATE ROINL TEAM GALLATIN WOMENS CLUB POETRY CONTEST TERESA ROBIN LISA CAROL 2, 3, 4 STAFF 4 AWARD - SOCCER 1986 HAE IUNC LYN E'I'I'E LISA RENEE TOURNAMENT 3. KAY 3, 4 COUNCIL 4 2,34 PROCESSING 4 CONTEST COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY HOWARD CLUB 2 KATRINA ROCHELLE IAL CLUB 3, ,4 4 MIKE 4 2, 3, IEFF ,3, 2 PLAY 4 3,4 4 , . "" 4 CLUB 2 Z Q2 5 i Q 1 E F s E E 3 ? f 2 E E K 2 Z e ff 3 E ? 5 Q 2 1 :Q 535 E K Z Z if Z 2' 7 as sf 72 5 Z Q as Ts 1, W xi 9' 2 5 5 , , , , , A M COUNCIL 2. 3 4 23 4 GOVERNMENT 3 234 VOCATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3 DONNA PAYE KURT WADE DAVID ALAN CLUB 3, 4 NILS JEFFREY 2, 3, 4 OFFIC E R 4 CLUB 2 SENIOR DISTRICT-LAND MEASURING REGION LAND MEASURING DISTRICT PARLIAMENTARY TEAM JAMES MICHAEL IUNE CLUB 4 M 1. W 4 ' 4 A W AW ,Q 1, - 1 S if!" 'FV' " Iwi , 1, ,.,,f. , Q -:I .amfff v wl-ffawzff4M.y,.Q5yWWy,f " ,fi A45 if . .A , 1. Y if ' 4,1 , - .' . f ,w W fm, -5 4 357 f V 6 2 52 A f 5 ,f si ef 1 17 pp, 73,5 1 ,. A ,1Z, 5 , WM f W! E 5 ,vimisg X in , ,, , za? 4 ,f w 7.4 f , leg 5 if Eg 5 ,f 2 2 ig N w,. ,f , 9' -4 if fiwf ' 205 K H ? Eye: ,1 mm H s gfggsyz 535252 E 5' gig? gif N ,259 379355 R ggi? ii' I-sa Z gigiagf 322232 1 L 5 f " QM ,,,, . , ,, - 4, f v 1 ,M ZL::?5?'W!Qf1 V, .. ' Y ,V 5 v -2 ,wg,T?,3Ww62fWx f f 4 74 , .1, - A , .1 A 1 A 5 if if s f ig E W f A ,Q 6, ' .,,, y Y H ,,'2,, g 2, .7 H ' 1 , . H 3 Q? , I5 sg ,W Q, 4 f 5 1' Q 5 'Q ff" f wig, , Y ,'f, ,ffyfm ,M , f M, ' ' Q' H4 f :rf ' :M 7 A My ' 1 ff BM, ,, f , , . X f , i, 2 ,' Left: Mrs, Reed takes a moment to pause for thought. Middle: Below Left: Mrs, Wakefield goes over vocabulary words with Coach Steve Duke is about to say something her class. profound. Right: Below Right: Mrs. Payne is taken by surprise during her Ameri- Coach Richard Stephenson just can't part can History class. with his beloved cowchip. ' Dan P. Herron - Principal Assistant Principals P1 .2-"' 5 u Q e I-lu Reba Allen Robert Archie Mary Lee Armbruster Math Robotics Jobs for Tenn. Graduates , W NW? .A :MU W Elwanda Armstrong Karen Arnett Janet Baker Home Economics Science English Mary Bate JoAnn Bates Doris Bills Guidance Secretary Home Economics i Art Judy Biveng Lucian Borders Glee Breithaupt Librarian -- Journalism General Business English Carol Chandler Ann Cobb Mary Coley Main Office Secretary Computer Counselor William B. Colquitt Felicia Cox Neal Dias Biology English Building Tracles 42 'rl Q Pu 3 Z3 U ru I-I-4 janan Dorris Billy Steve Duke American History - Psychology Geometry Cynthia Louise Gaba Marti Griffin Spanish Vocational Aide ff l A-Z www if ! Sherrill Farming Biology Ruth Hagerty Counselor 45 Q V,L., V -,,, I .,., L, I A Mary I-Iamblen Wilma Haney Sue Herron ' CDC Aide Math Biology Il -- Chemistry Patsy I'-Iickson Patricia Highers Robert P. Hosier Vocational Aide English American History Connie Hughey Nancy K. Hull Bill johnson Accounting English Science Eva jane Johnston Jerry Joslin Karla Kirby English Economics COLIHSCIOI' Connie Kimell Sandra K. Kizer Cvmfhia I-anius Vocational Secretary cnc Math 'F .-1 Z -'IJ :1 3 LH Brenda Lannom School Secretary fl EQ Rebecca Ann LaVeck Math Glen May Health Sandra McDonald Clothing E .rs ..: E .. 5,5 14' I ,. ,. X - llll' I Cal'Olyn Lassiter Rufus Lassiter VIP Physical Education Glenn Martin Sue Mattox Band English xiii' Ii ,S f gl x S BQUY M3YbeffY Mary Nell McCrary Math Health Occupations ..'- . ..,,, ff 'oooc p WI Ili E ' at f . llcccc Q L 'lll' a n W 1 Don McPheron Joyce M. Miller English English Joy Lynn Moore Math Lloyd Raymond Owen Commercial Foods r W f if jean Murphy Library Secretary " f , 'if' ,, ,, . :L -A--f , Www, f f W i f gg! -f f W 1 if 1 f ' 1 J 4 V ff if by X we e f if W f 445 M 1 ,gfijw f f W xW Q f Wy fff ,, fi f Z f ,, f , 1 may I ,Wg f ,., f ' M f , f , 7 X Q , ff 9 27 f f 4 Y , X ' Q ' ' X W df W E 1 za. QQ f lf' f X V F X K 1 wW W 3 g W HA Ed Nelson General Metals """"' ,?l'4.5L""WWM'! ' . 'fr . 1 ,W fWif""'V "" ,MW ,:,,.:,' " w " 1 E Nw 9i:5'lf'f2'5'f 'JW .mf-f,, ,, , f , ff ia, V M .... , I km X -4 . 15 , I ei Q r ,A ,V - 1. ' .,,,, I iv A I I f 4. 25 56 Elaine Payne American History 4 r Don 7-r"" Cymhia Poole Librarian -- Yearbook Staff R- lty Eacu xr K Sharon Redmon Attendance Merlin Sanders Senior Math - Physics Calvin Short Physical Education Charles G. Steiger Kimberly Reed Speech and Drama Nancy Rutledge Counselor Deloris Schreiner VOE Terry L. Shroclc World History Elaine Stephenson Henry Scott Auto Mechanics Karen Smith Math Richard L. Stephenson Graphic Arts VOE English L james Story Liga Suddarth Katherine Thurman Band Marketing Math L, K Linda Tinsley Joan Tomlin 509 UpCl1urCh English W English Choral Music Gary VanAtta Jerry Vradenburg Paula Wakefield Physical Science Physical Education English Paffifia Walker Wayne Walker David Williams English - German Agriculture Science Health Office Help Is Vital The duties of office workers range from deliv- ering messages to shelving books. Without their help, many necessary work de- tails would be left undone. Courtesy and responsibil- ity are key characteristics, coupled with the desire to work. Indeed, it is an hon- or to be chosen to work. Above left: Jeff Hill, Michelle McConnell, Chris Wilson, Karen- ina Keith, Amber Murphy, Mer- edith Martin, Melissa Lawson, Dana Cunningham, Chris Cum- mins 3 2 t in ,Q Lower left: Morgan Minch, Curtis Above right: Daniel Gattis, Scott Graves, Kent Rogers, Stewart Fisher, Bauer, john Alexander, Miguel Al- David Simpson, Stacia Sircy, Richard mendarez, Wayne Bennett, Stacy Jennings, jessica Coles, Courtney Cox, Sarah Woods, Cindy Overstreet, Neal, jimmy Studivant Pam Phillips, Stacey McDole. .3 't 3" , is , 5 6 -K ' 'R -sn - ge s s is W .., k , --is: Above: James Stinson, Tracey Beas- ley, Delayne Grandstaff, Haley Hughey, Barbara Silcox, Christy Hall. Seated: Jena Friedman, Elaine Herre- ra, Kerrin Dempsey 1 .ff D" . 4"f. fftffgf .fir Q f . - i 5' V liwj 'X . 4 fi: 1. 'D' 9- -r 'D-' -D" 15" 5- -G- '9- Maintenance And Cafeteria Keep School Running The fragrance of fried sausage early in the morning or rolls baking at noon signals students to move toward the caf- eteria rapidly. Besides baking cakes for teams, band, or choir, the cafeteria staff treats students to a wide variety of menu items. The maintenance staff is responsi- ble for keeping the fourteen year old building looking like new. Working tirelessly, they too show Green Wave Pride. Top Left Mrs. Betty Hilgadiack is Cafeteria Manager. Top Middle Mr. john Tyree is Maintenance Engineer. Top Right: Mr. Prank Brewington is Head Cus- todian. Middle Etta Hill and Connie Stanton are mem- bers of the custodial staff. Below Cafeteria Workers are left to right Front Row - Cvradie justice asst. mgr., Kath- erin Piper, Sherri Damore, Naomi Parks, Sally Greneacl Back Row Dottie Chaffin, Goldie Durham, Judy Cummins, Irene Reicer, Lavonia Dale, Carol Carter, Patsy Farley, Betty Hilgadiack manager What Says Well, P.A. is still looking for his matching sunglasses and he is not sure his sneak- ers will ever quit squeaking after that rain at Homecom- ing. Nonetheless, what a year! Year', P.A. Steaming days at band camp and scalding hot foot- ball practices lengthened into cold wet nights and Novem- ber play-offs. Semester exams before Christmas left every- one waiting for snow days in january. I' "7 Then, there have been long J nights on research projects and longer nights preparing ' for tests. There have been mo- ments to "show off" and oth- N, "Hn Lg ers to relax in solitude. Anx- ' ious day waiting for test "-. A scores blend with fun times 1 like ice cream parties. ' P.A. has found that catch- ing the wave is no easy task, but says it's sure been fun. if xlryff N D L D gg 4 " N K J i i 5 Q ".:',A, if11,g'lf'?-1 g p' xp -sl ' Q ii Q' ' -3 '1 Q ' s f' f' Q R rr Ha AILOVE1 Rflegan Rav, Tina PhilliP5f ' Right: Sarah Ragland puts the com an im Kennedi' Were this Yeahs h puter to use as she studies For the winners on Green and Gold day. ACT Test. V 2'1- 3 A A 5 ig K 'a Below: Taking a moment to relax during A.P. En- Left: Kathy Anderson carries boxes of doughnuts glish are Ann O'Rourke, David Neville, jennifer to the winning team of a bet during the Magazine Wiggins, Gina Tomlin, Maggie Nett, and Rebekah Below: Kenny Mitchell shows that he prefers Bike Drive. Anderson. X to Coke. ali? :sf 1 I - 5 a i. wifes, - Q by t, A, 1' fzg"f'.f 1' i s' , Q., fx Lui ! ' -. 1 l gifs an El' I ., . , 2- s 1 i"V,.4,, - all ff ' Jw , ",., L,Ti6,ViffLgK?g1- A - qi A J' ' 3 ' : ' .LT - iaiylgw 3 W , ,Ls ' dv ' -af, I . ' J c jg Q i ess, I 4 ' ' 1 ' ,,,. - s 1 T X ' 7 fi , Q : - W , .ff vw if ms: g . M' Above: jimmy Sturdivant takes a break from his busy schedule to catch up on the news. I ri inf? .Ne 'Vi' f ,f , , .,, w.,w,V. H M ,.,. ,, ,-1 L -,Q-Imp 5, , .-wi Q9 ,V ,f.5A? VL nw ' gf ,g C91 H , JXYPN ,QW Gi N P fi K 'T 2 Q? 1?-X 4'??'v? x vi. M Q1 we 'B zmbbx .Hg- Q ' , 2 M Fashion '87 Hallmark Brightly-colored fashion has been the hallmark of the '87 year. From pale, china-like faces to brilliant shades of purple hair, variety has set the pace. P.A. soon discovered that everyone needs at least one denim item other than blue jeans. Denim jackets, handbags, and boots have been seen everywhere. Bulky over-sized sweaters and shirts imitating the styling of long underwear have been matched with flouncy west- ern skirts or close fitting ski pants. The most mind boggling selection has been what shoes to wear. From tasseled white "cowgirl" boots to plain white tennis shoes, to expen- sive name brand running shoes, a mixture of styles have walked the halls, Flats in silver and gold have at times walked aside spike heels or high tops. P.A. decided that keeping up with the fashion trends is nearly impossible, but he is still eyeing some rhinestone high tops. ,sg - -xh- I l x 5, , X- --- X fi lj ..- , Left: Shauna Dotsun wears a bulky Above: Getting ready for another ras sweater with a large matching car' dio broadcast is Craig Garrett review' ring. ing last weeks broadcast. 2--'i min Classic Is Real As the end of the year emerges, P.A. shares the clas- sic feeling of being wildly ready to leave, yet hating to go. Confused, he wonders what is special to each student in terms of classic moments. 0 'K fiiian 5 All Was it the huddle before the game or a bear hug from a coach? Was it a handshake that signified the start of a friendship or a course that gave the word "career" mean- ing? Was it marching in the band wearing a mask for Hal- loween or cheering in the pouring rain? Was it being dressed out in a green and gold uniforms for the first or last time, or the last strains of the Alma Mater at gradua- tion? Or was it winning the state championship in girls basketball? Or was it becoming state champs two years in a row -- a feat belonging solely to the '87 Girl's Cross-Country Team . . . 'SN X il I iz i slim is pr 'WW' ,V . s ,, B55 'MF 'ffl' mf" Top: l-luddled fans gathered under Above: Claude Murphy, present at the press box for a wet Homecoming. every game, assists Leigh Mattox. 6 I I 4 4 3 3 l ,.,, w,.,.- . . .J I I.. , , L ,me - A , .' "b.i..'f'5 , J-Twp .H ,.. Y ' - 'L ff: -.sf-E'w?'Jf , 5 A- ' r 15 5 x 'Q Ig x P ?' J- 5 4 ' rw X Q? Y- r -4 if A+ ,K P K 131, Q ,- if ri, LW . ff : F! ,' L' ,f Lx . r E at . -nf 1 ffzaf, ' V T3 1 Aifiggl' ' H W ,Q if ' Wal V25 . at-5.1 3 2m35x."',:vf..x if ' ,K-ffm ,agrl .i f"' Jw L 'Q ,J if i Fi Catch The Wave We're No. I One! The 1987 Gallatin Se- nior High Cross Coun- try team brought home its second State Cham- pionship in a row and the Lady Wave Basket- ball squad captured the State Championship for the first time in the his- tory of the school with an undefeated season 34-O. f N D 1 if Basketball Front QL RQ Renee Bohanon Vivian Fulcher Angela Doug las Tiffany Jones Amy Lan nom Lon Hammock Missy Porter Lise Nelson Alison Carrott Back QL RJ Coach Glen May Amy Bradley Kim Flippen Andrea Whitsel Debbie Scott Coach Cary VanAtta Renay Adams Lisa Locke Stacey ch Rob Archie Cross Country Kneeling QL Ry jennifer Binkley Anita Adams Kim ee Standing QL RJ Coach Don McPheron Anne Atchison julie Neal joAnn Mullins Jodi Stevens I Si . Q,- M , 5 , ' V .IU-uma " I ' ' l M U 's P U I gnuruq it N li 4 1 Z. -3-n .S- alibi!" Miifl Zi A ,, ,.. 1, Wiiifiltu A Y. 1 Q' I ' if L 1' pf, I . t , iw L A v w. 'E in . 3 I 91251 Q , A I I - I . I l , , 3 I I - I , , Q . 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