George Walton Comprehensive High School - Legend Yearbook (Marietta, GA)

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5, gi 5 x E A if Q Y? 3 4 Q V4 i 5 X 1 i .M 1 1 R -. I 4 ,i , .J an W 51 'x 54 'TAL i IDER J We X L,-I-1' ff glock' Pure Rod: 'n' Roll 5 84? Q f , v if sfmjnn Q in ,ga rm FRIENDSHIP A high grade point average or first place in a track competition does not mean anything without the support and care of good friends Friendships are the cornerstones of high school lifeg friends turn an ordinary day into an excellent day and can make a school year something special. The PTA could not have chosen a better theme for 1987-88-Walton Cares! With such a warm and friendly atmo sphere, friendships at Walton flourish Friends made at Walton are friends that will last. Students form close bonds with fellow classmates and team members. The diverse interests of Walton's students enhance their abilities to make friends through extracurri cular activities and clubsg strong ties form between those who work toward a common goal. When graduation comes and the school year draws to a close, friendships do not end. The special friends cultivated during high school may very well last a lifetime. "Keep smilin', keep shinin', knowin, you can always count on me-'cause that's what friends are for." Walton holds on to FRIENDSHIPS . . . for- ever! Ts' ffiim- SPIRIT Walton's got the what . . . what . . . what, what, what? Walton's got Spirit with a capital HS". Walton students and faculty hold on to their spirit and pride with a tenacity unmatched by any other school. Walton's '87-'88 classes cre- ated a live wire of excitement that lasted the entire year. 3, In the fall, "Football Fridays" generated awe- some Raider energy and excitement. A certain Mrs. Irbach could be seen sporting outrageous spirit hats while other teachers proudly dis- played red, white and blue attire and pride buttons. A new group of extra-spirited Seniors cropped up at the games and added enormous pep to all the cheers. fWho could miss'Larry Ritter, Nathan Kim and Ted Keen with the red, white and blue faces and hair!J Brent Goolsby, Keith Grunewald and Chris Atwood led the Ragin' Raiders football team in their quest for the region title with characteristic Walton prowess on the gridiron. Walton's vivacious enthusiasm extended to all school activities. Student Pride Day took on a whole new meaning as over 550 superior stu- dents achieved recognition. Numerous clubs outdid themselves as they clamored- to win first place in the homecoming float and ban- ner competition. The Frosh, Silly Sophs and Jammin' Juniors lived up to their reputations and tried to over- power each other during pep ralliesg once again proving that Walton students have no qualms about showing the pride that they have in their school. The "Super Seniors," the under-classmen and the faculty were determined to hold on to NUMBER ONE . . . and keep that RAIDER 1 'J 1. I A 1 J 1 l 1 K V A 1 Old 1 I 1 . 4 P , V . S, We 1 ,, M rirr.. J "QW I SPIRIT shining! . ,pw x R T u 55: ,gg Y I . - ,. get 1 14 zre 'lm' JP.. 1 Jw AZ 'V "xl I III, .." " XA'- S fl rf- f 3 Y... 54 ,. J... Whfpgfe gnqgqise 3' X X X X 1., N ,xxx '. 1.1 1 I 1 1 I 5 ri i - 1.3.3 is W fi 4 '53 -if f as 7' ff re 1 I - 1 Y l I 1 1 1 Q 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 Q .Nw uw XG? 4..,M!g!w if JJ iw- ,. K, , .M fm azwgr , 'ww W ,L,,,f i jglff ' RMT? iz?-?: QPENING-5 V! flblokiivucg ova to IN DIVIDUALITY Individuality-what does it mean? At some schools, individuality might mean getting a mohawk and wearing weird clothes, but at Walton, individuality means creativ- ity, originality, and freedom of expression. Walton has an incredibly diverse atmo- sphere, and its students revel in the differ- ences of their peers. Walton students are se- cure and confident therefore, they are not afraid to express their sense of identity in the clothes they wear, the music they listen to, or the roads they follow. Walton's halls are filled with students with a sense of styleg one can see students with hair ranging from black and White to purple or even red, white and blue. These students also have different directions to follow. Some have mapped out their col- lege choices and careers, While others take one day at a time and "go with the flow? Other outlets for creativity are the electives in students choose. From art to Spanish IV, these electives reflect the originality and goals of the students. They choose the paths they want to take and follow through with Raider Spirit and Walton Pride. This drive to excel in special ways lets Walton hold on to NUMBER ONE . . . INDIVIDUALITY! OPENI G fb! Qdlmg Om to 8-OPENING LE DERSHIP , Leaders are those special people who seize life and choose their own direction. An invigorating aura surrounds these leaders and captivates those who follow. Walton is a big school, therefore, all students who possess these strong leadership qualities have a chance to assert themselves. Students may become leaders in the classroom, on the sports field, or through various clubs. Is it hard to recog- nize these exemplary leaders? Not at all. Classrooms be- come more than a place to learn when they are enhanced by highly motivated students. Such students can turn a mere lecture into a heat- ed debate, lead class dis- cussions, and im- p r o v e Q if ' K. everyone's learning. In sports, super athletes inspire the entire team and their drive and spirit prevails at every sports event. Without the excellent leadership of the clubs at Walton, one very important facet of high school life would fail to exist. Sponsors for Walton clubs supervise meetings and projectsg however, in the end final decisions and actions are left up to the club officers. Walton is proud to produce students who are not afraid to take charge and show initiative. Walton students are proud, motivated, and responsible. This is why Walton is holding on to NUMBER ONE . . . they are LEADERS! f all ' :Wi ' ' fl ll i i S, an f- M ' ' 5 s - . lb. :grail-iii? is , . OPENING-9 H flsloldlvig ovi to ITY In an area where most schools simply form the basis for a community, it is unusual to find a community that comprises the heart of a school. At Walton, the words school and community do not merely denote teachers and students. The Walton community is made up of parents, students, volunteers, and a dedicated staff who are determined to maintain the number one status that the Walton community has worked so hard to achieve. A strong sense of pride and excellence is the glue that bonds the Walton community. When the bell rings at 3:15, the school day for the teachers does not end. Many of Walton's dedicated teachers can be found sponsoring club meetings or giving extra help to stu- dents. The students themselves come early and stay late working on service projects, sports, or school activities, there is not a more devoted student body to be found! The PTSA has helped Walton live up to the slogan "Walton Cares", they introduced par- ents to the Walton community with Open House and have sponsored many activities around the school throughout the year. Other volunteers play a vital role in the Walton community. Thanks to the Senior parents, the Senior picnic was well organized and real- ly delicious. The Band and Sports booster clubs raise money for use by the various orga- nizations which make their suocess possible. Special credit goes to those students who show just how much Walton cares, Stacey Eakes and Sari Gruber organized the home- coming stadium clean-up, Lilly Anne Alex- ander coordinated the National Honor Soci- ety Habitat for Humanity project, and Shan- non Wrege organized the book drive to replenish Sprayberry's damaged library. Spirit, pride and caring are the catch phrases for Walton High School, and it is not surpris- ing that Walton is holding on to the feeling of UNITY. 10-OPENING N. -L f iiii K TRADITIO Walton is rich in old traditions and bursting with new ones. From the annual Homecoming game and dance to the first senior picnic, Wal- ton's traditions enrich every school year and add spice to high school life. There are some customs at Walton that are as traditional at school as homework and tests. Crisp fall air serves as the backdrop for Wal- tonls Homecoming. Red, white, and blue-clad students cheer wildly and urge the Ragin' Raiders on to another victory. The crowning of the queen highlights this spectacular event. At Thanksgiving, Walton's clubs and service organizations join forces and collect canned foods for the community shelters. The school year culminates with Awards Day to honor many achievers and inductions into honor so- cieties. Seniors look forward to commence- ment exercises and know that when their high school year is over, they will fondly remember Walton's longstanding tradition of spirit and closeness. New traditions make Walton a fun ilalilfiivifa om to Qui, 4 il .af 3 f. fi? vi Fi . it 1 - x Mg! if rf Q? mf A 1 f. 'Nm 1. 0 ' 4 4 x ' . va .ff-A .1 -4' 133-av, 1 xi? ,mv 5 1:4 gk Y fu ff. '52 Y ,WE . 'Q 52 4 4 'W A 5? warg, if flblofkiivxcg om to . . . Opening-15 CTI ITIES HE RQ THE 16 Q. 5' 4-RN lhtk J ,sv uh, I . 614,12 Ar If ff ff3,A7A!5'4 , Y far ,V "3'3zf, L A ff rf, f f , . ,, fiblokiimg on to i Graduation - Prom - Homecoming Younglife 0 Assemblies ' Pep Rallies Holidays a O C O ACTIVITIES-17 5 Q 1 s sf f A p R w 1 , Y I Q :maxmmmvwmrgmamm V X,. 4:.fA w f- mm PRO 1987 Beginning with the ring of the door- bell, thoughts parade through the minds of the nervous couple . . . Ann: Oh no, he is here so soon! I am not even ready! Tim.' I hope she is ready and I don't have to be drilled by her dad for half an hour. Ann: OK, one can of hairspray should be enough. Tim: Why did I get my hair cut yester- day? It looks terrible. Ann: I bet he looks great in his tux. Tim: I bet she'1l be beautiful tonight. Ann: I hope I donlt tear this S350 dress. Tim: I feel like a stuffed penguin in this tux. Ann: Filet Mignon, Steak, Hamburger- That will be perfect. It's cheap. Tim: I hope I have enough money. Ann: I sure hope he knows how to dance. Tim: Me, dance? April 25, 1987 was a memorable night for many students. The J uniorf Senior Prom was held at the Atrium of the Atlanta Market Center. Couples had dinner at various restaurants, includ- ing 103 West, Planters, and The Man- sion. What an incredible way to end the school year! HHEAVENU 1 PROM-19 1. Mrs. Gwen Paul crowns the new Prom Queen, Nicole Peterson. 2. Scott Hillan and date enjoy prom night. 3. "Check out the food!" 4. Rhonda Greshem shines with joy. 5. "Whatls the hold-up?" 6 "Smile big and say cheese!" 7. The ex citement of Prom registration. 8. Nicole awaits the arrival of the Prom King 9 John Morgan and Bonnie Sorrels display picture taking. 10. Coach Younglove ask his date to dance. 11. "Sergeant Frank I think this is our songf' 12. "What's his date to dance. 11. "Sergeant Frank I think this is our song." 12. "Whatls the matter guys? 13. "Close-up" 14. M Lennihan help prepare prom decora tions. 15. Todd Close has first dance with Prom Queen. 16. "Check out those hand some men!" 17. Couples gather at a pre prom party. 18. Mrs. Paul gets into the Pre-Prom activities. 19. "Heaven 19 Awaits" GRAW I , 'iWge ,, Ewa-, E W W "" wLf 5 , 31 6 Q me 5:51 E: 2 gas M., Q E: :.. if , Sm 5- X, -i Q ff? ,, 5 ' 5 4 6 S' . XXX fi .nf Ns m y :- 1 1 5 wx my .F my JR sb 1 1 Q X , f QQ X' 'ski Q Q ii QE S 5 1987 Homecoming ueen J0 BURKETT 1.Jo Burkett shares her moment of glory with her mother. 2.Mrs. Paul chats with last year's Homecoming Queen, Christi Fead. 1987 HOMECOMING COURT 3.Seniors: Laurie Saye, Krista Peterson, Rhonda Gresham, Krissi Fauscett, and Jo Burkett 4.Juniors: Krista Yearwood, Tracey Roades, Katie O'Neil, Jessica Hall 5.Sophomores: Lori Brown, Kim Barnes, Daniella Allea 6.Freshmen: Amy Ihrig and Jenny Golden ,V W H" ww ,,,,, BNw -5, A if Ai m, ,,,,,, H H V 'HM H -- - ------W Wim Pi zigiiiif' is me ,le an 5 was fi? ggi i 3,ig?i?.gi Jam S H ,:,1:,1:.:..: -- gi 'W' W" if E ustis s im we .emi mea rm? an B C WTW' isa" f ' Zfmh V 7 0 . V 7 M ' I HOMECOMING-23 FOOTBALL HOMECOMING FES- TIVITIES. . . Are you excited about Homecoming? . . . Don't forget to dress up for Spirit Day . . . Freshmen . . . "We Won the pep rally yell . . . Fri- day October 16 . . . Who wins the game? . . . Walton Raiders . . . Defeat the Marietta Bluedevils . . . 42 to 7 . . . Did you see the Key Club Float? . . . Crowning of the 1987 Homecoming Queen . . . and the winner is . . . Jo Burkett . . . Congratulations . . . Who are you taking to the dance . . . Have you found a dress yet? . . . Where are you taking her to dinner? . . . Saturday October 17 . . . Homecoming Dance . . . Be sure to bring money for pictures. . . You look marvelous . . . 1987 Football Homecoming . . . the best one yet! 9914-N -4' 1.Krissi Fauscett and escort Lex McGraw. 2.Rhonda Gresham and escort Sean Letchworth. 3.Krissi Fauscett and Melinda Barnes, friends for life. 4. Lau- rie Saye and escort Scott Gilbert. 5. Krista Peterson and escort Jason Chan- dler. 6. Laurie Saye and Rhonda Gresh- am await in anticipation. 7. Friends just beginning the Homecoming dance excit- ment. 8. Drama club shows their Wild l.. Side. 9. Seniors say, "Hey freshman, your mamma is calling you home." 10. Chisek sisters: "Double Trouble." 11. Homecoming theme. 12. Grayson Tor- bush and Katie O'Niell pose for pictures. s ' SPN ..1h I ... A f- Br X 'YQ 4 W E 13. Rhonda and Sean show the way it In should be done. 14. "I better get the 5 310.00 they promised!" 15. Laurie and Scott dance the night away. 16. Look at all the Walton souvenirs. 17. Jungle fe- ver strikes the senior class. 222 '-1'-It-I2-2 -2 zfzsi ss:s:Es?Cz 24-HO mfs f y, 2 ff p'L'- f .fm f. ' " I, LV "-, ,nf i f , ,. .f 0' Qi 54 ,JI x "' A 1' 4 W if ,Y M 9 ' I? ek Q 'af if 1 K, lW"A X 1 L wif-W .. 3 ww 'Q gm w ' tv QL fx . Q.. ,,, W gi ws- X .3 .8 S if :,2 '2 " L i ' L1 kg,. . A un I-IOMECOMING-25 Q , 'M ' ' f fr 'fit s r 1 f '- --f --ab ' . . 1 f- . i ri g, . Q kj . e Q s .5 . LV . - . , A J Q . ' r -w as ,as-.. Q. - - .K L W 3 fl ri ' -kk .v-S-JH -3' 41? 1. Football Cheerleaders lead the pep rally. 2. Watcha lookin at? 3. Who, us? 4. Coach Jordan gives us his cheer. 5. Spirit. 6. The Color guard performs. 7. Raider Pride. 8. Zoi shows her spirit. 9. Coach Young shows his "funky chick- en". 10. Say cheese! 11. Pride Day. 12,13. Walton staff helps present- ing awards. 14. Excellence. 15. Mrs. Paul congratulates Hayden Smith. 16. Honors assembly. 17. Dave Shepherd accepts Mrs. Paul's congratulations. 18. Dr. Noah Langdale from Georgia State University speaks. S ' p sf J. 2 n......-nw .-1:-:az 1525. my . rsfsfisi' aas ... . . aa. aar .aaa . .. t. . ... . a ra .. .a . l1 1i iil L iiiti si1 1 1 r iilii 26-PEP RALLY l ..., ,.... .....,,.. ,....,,,.., . ...,..,,.. , ,.., ......, . 11..: ,..,.. . 5 it I . .,.... Q .,,.,,.,,., .,..,. . ll.. ., .,...,. . ,,,., .,,.,., I of .,,,. -z: F::E" N -1.-:-g '2'5:-:::.::-.-:.E" 'EE-fl2E3Q:g':':"' :fgggg2j: 3.53.-:H ra S Q 1 . . .. 5 it ff , ' F if fig' ZX '33 lk . .mg " l M U ' 5 rg 2' I A X z "" " '-'1 ...... zr- ' if -.,..... Qf2"3'fQQ.If friilnni f d ' .r1!. .W f Qui X6-51-K' The Senior Class of '88 selected Sean Jackson and Katie Sanborn as their Winterfest King and Queen. On Fri- day, February 5th, the girls and guys varsity basketball teams faced their opponents, the Lassiter Trojans. Be- ginning the evening, the girls defeated the Trojans. Following the game, the Senior Players and cheerleaders were honored along with their parents. The guys played an exciting game, but lacked five points by being defeated by the Trojans. After the game, a ca- sual dance was conducted in the com- mons. A live band, the "Tide", hosted the dance. Basketball Homecoming of 1988 was a successful as well as a memorable evening. 1. Mrs. Paul congratulates Sean Jackson for be- ing crowned King. 2. The Varsity Squad per- forms during half-time. 3. Chuck Carswell, the 1987 King, crowns the newly chosen, Sean Jack- son. 4. Basketball Homecoming King and Queen: Sean Jackson and Katie Sanborn. 5. Were you surprised, Sean? 6. Katie models for the public. 7. The Varsity boys give the Trojans a tough challenge. 8. Senior Representatives: Bret Clifton and Vanessa Whitley. 9. Sopho- more Representatives: Sherese Smith, Juan Alarcan, and Pam Hungerbuhler. 10. Senior Representatives: Chris Barbic and Renee Smith. 11. The 1988 Basketball Homecoming Court 12. Senior Representatives: Grayson Torbush and Sue Sanzari. 13. Junior Represen- tatives: Robin Holman and Kristen Harper. 14. Senior Representatives: Jason Beato and Me- lanie Bates. 15. Freshmen Representatives: KL- RJ Frank Babiaz, Monica Stucky, Stuart Gurr, Sarah Clark. 16. King and Queen: Sean Jackson and Katie Sanborn. 952-R A QKFVFR A T .T . I-TUlVfF'f'0lVITlXTf' S . - Q, nf - NA- f Q, if S it 1 N , 1- VY., Q I I 1 3,1 V3 4 .Q ,,,.. A g 1 I 5 a Q Z 2 fag! A 1 9 X f VW... . 3 i X 3 X g 4 , X l 30-SPIRIT is. it 'zo si. 2 1 -'1 if ,. ., - x ik , lr-ew - ',' - - at ...FK 1 1 7. A hat makes us special? SPIRIT g . 3. .e . ,tqmiw 'V e ,lr ,. , -5 j.w.o.' , 'E ,- Qt ,gsm 1. Students get high on life. 2. Coach Jordan "R-A1 D-E-R-Sl" 3.Melinda cheers on the football team. 4. "l've got the spirit, how about you?" 5. Sweet Revenge 6. Travis and Allison have a great relationship- friend- ship! 7. Raider Spirit. 8. A lazy moment in the day of the Walton student. 9. Juniors thrive on pride. 10. Super Seniors lead the crowd on. 11. Are the halls ever really like this? 12. Mrs. Auerhack, shows Walton spir- it. 13. Paxton, don't look so surprised! 14. Show off those great whitesl 15. Football players get rowdy over anything. 16. Michelle, Jenny. and Kim are enthused. 17. Cheering friendships carry on. 18. Friends build upon friends. 19. Sophomores show "Walton Pride". 20. lndividualism 21. Shane Arthur shows a different side. 22. Hey, were had! 23. "Peace, man". 24. Thanks Mom! Q4 K. at .sine .W all ' ,-.7 WALTON: What makes us special? A person on the outside might not notice the uniqueness of Walton High School at first glance. The buildings are somewhat nondescript, the athle- tic fields look like any other athletic fields, and the students look like high school students anywhere else. But if this person were to enter the building, he or she would discover just what makes Walton so special . . . lt is coming in early and staying late to work on PRIDE banners. It is attending grueling practices in order to insure Walton's lil status. It is dressing in spirit colors to re- flect the support and dedication for Walton's teams. It is cheering for every player and rejoicing in victories. In one word, it is spirit. PIRIT-31 'f-A if 32-HOLIDAYS 9? 1' V 14 : :ii ::: .:,,5.5.5,. Q I P' 7, ,V 4 .SW F.-'QT 8 gf, W 1 I Y A Q Q N ia X 'N fX W XX A X 34-YOUNG LIFE YOUNG Do you think being a Christian IS boring? Do you really understand what Young Life is all about'7 Have you found yourself laughing so hard at a stupid skit that your eyes are bursting with tears'7 If you found yourself laughing on the floor then you must have been to Walton s Young Life this year Walton High School IS finding out what Young Life is about and is spreading the news Young Life IS a non denominational Christian ministry for High School students that IS growmg stronger The pur pose of all this IS to let Walton know that Jesus love is for real and can be relevant in our everyday l1fe Walton students are shown this through clubs on Thursday nights bible studies CCampa1gnersD and most of all the sensitive spirit and love shown by the leaders The leaders are really dedicated on be ing there for us whenever we need them It could be from a warm hug to just a shoulder to cry on But most of all they are helping us de cide on the most important things 1n life Waltons Young Life has shown students that being a Chris tian isn t boring but a lot more ex citing than some say Some stu dents have found that club 1snt enough. Next thing they know, they are on a bus to Colorado, in the mud fight at Windy Gap, or hiking up to Pioneer Plonge. Through it all, we've grown spiri- tually and made long lasting friends that will last longer than a life-time. Thank you for letting Young Life be so special this year: Gerry, Eric, Brett, Nina, Melinda, Ali, and Mary Beth. We love you! -Class of '88. 1. Melinda shares in Kim's excitement. 2. Was it funny, Shelly? 3. Scott accompanies Nina's solo. 4. Rhonda Gresham and Ann Marie Ward attend club on Thursday Night. 5. Jason and Erika, an example of a Young Life friendship. 6. Jeaneen, Amy, Kenya, and Blake create a fun day at school. 7. Eric, the head Young Life leader, enter- tains the students. 8. Students create fun skits at club. 9. Melinda, gives the camera a smile. 10. Other door, Sheridan! 11. "The Young Life Crew" takes a lollipop run. 12. The Seniors soak in the Fall weather. 14. Is this paradise, or what? 15. Sean Jackson takes advantage of his Senior privileges. 16. Zack displays his athletic abilities. 17. Rick and Brett take time to "kick back". 18. The staff honors the seniors for years of hard work. PORT 36--SPORTS IX fbloldimcg on to ketball ' Wrestling 0 Baseball - Track - Cross Country ' Cheer- leading v Tennis v Golf ' S Volleyball Q Sports Medicine ' Swimming ' Softball Sports-37 ll XGIV ll lllllllh' VARSITY FOOTBALL he defending FL a hard road ahead of g them. During Rickey 'Tin Region Champions had 'YL Y' V . Young's first year as - Walton s head coach players experienced 5' 55 'f challenged to accept 31 new attitudes toward 1 the game. Early in the ' summer players re- ported to Raider Is- land. Here, the 1987 Camp Walton "Full Metal Jacketn training program began. The day start- ed at 8:00 a.m. with a crisp, two hour practice in the cool morning dew. By 8:00 p.m., the players were exhausted and fatigued, but they knew they accomplished a great task. Camp Walton lasted for four grueling days, and it was the beginning for the Raiders quest for the Region 5AAAA crown. I as ,W 1' X -I IW I X new concepts and were I ' 7 5 I A N , t 1 Q r 4+ X s Raider Valley was the site for the Raiders first game. Douglas County was the obstacle. This years game was the closest meeting be- tween the two teams. The Raider defense al- lowed only three points, but that was all D.C. needed to capture the victory. Moving on to Lassiter the Raiders again had a close-call. A 17-14 score was a disappointing Raider defeat, but confidence was high. The Ragin' Raiders, under sophomore quarterback Keith Grunewald, ruled off some straight wins to climb back to the number one position in the Region. Walton would finish the season with seven region wins including a long awaited pay- back to Lassiter. As the playoffs began it was Walton and Ros- well for the second year. The Raiders defeated the Hornets in overtime by a last minute field goal. The Region Championships challenged Wal- ton to take on the Wheeler Wildcats. The Raid- ers had defeated Wheeler once during the regu- lar season play. Unfortunately, Walton came up just short with a 16-15 defeat. The season ended with an 8-4 victory and a lifetime of memories. me WALTER ? at 31,w,,a3,yr -lgagra 1-3-.,, .P 'f -N " r, rf M s " I'- , Vg, ,5:3Z1,,-wg?, S1 W, ,M fe. A f' if I-4 f ., '.,,' 'V M ,M wa... ...Q-. Q 38-VARSITY FOOTBALL 1, , 5 ,MM , My 1-f - W .,J A 'Q' ., fi . n if aw W wir 34 Vt Q iw A P5 J' Y w- s N M .. H' .M k ar, 54, 4 .. 'i +i1,,,, ., , I 1- . . ,,.,. N .,., ,,,. . .6 .,., W ml. an ME alia S qi W- ...Q fo.. -f-va ur if f S X if PML, L . ki f a.q 1- 4 1. Lex McGraw and Will Hakes dis- cuss the game 2. Tom Walsh takes a break on the side. 3. Burt is having fun! 4. Coach Young gives some ad- vice. 5 .... Here come the Raiders! 6. First Row:fL-RJ Tim McKnight, Ke- vin Taggart, Howard Ellenburg, Lex MacGraw, Jason Ellenburg, Bret Clifton, Tom Walsh, Billy Pap. Sec- ond Row: Will Hakes, David Case, Paul Burnette, Kirk Foster, Eric Crump, Kent Huddleston, John Mills, Dan Miller, Brit Jordan. Third Row: Brad Greuhn, Nick Psaki, Mike Hilton, Brent Hart, Reid Guthrie, Burt Moseley, Dennis James, Robert Holman, Tornrny Gilbert. Fourth Row: David McGaughey, Steve Foltz, Mike Franklin, Sean Wallace, Chris Warbington, Matt Wiley, Patrick s ,aw ,L ,,,, ,, ge f rj ,f ,Y N -if P, su Burns, Greg Upchurch, Jason Beato, Charles Shattuck, John Holmes. Fifth Row: Jose Benerites, Scott Ad- ams, Greg Jones, Glen Kelley, Hylos Barrett, Nick Wilson, Mike Abarreli, Jeff Enberg, Brent Goolsby, Rick Sparks. Sixth Row: Cathy Davis, An- drea Wood, Paxton Cullpepper, Da- vid Frigerio, Tommy Norris, Amy Thurow, Lee Vogal, Jason McCusker. Coaches: Dennis Jordan, Phil Wilkes Barry Russell, Ricky Young, Bret Stanton, Larry Richard, Shane Amos. 7. Jason Beato and Howard Ellenburg-football buds! 8, Are pep rallies fun or what? Jeff Deputy gets into the games. 10. A.W.H.S. football player-lsn't he awesome? 11. Time for a team talk. 12. Reid Guthrie-A true Raider. l Wifi 'fi W 10 it ,. iil' F 1, CUBIPS BEST AND GE'l"l'ING llE'l"l'Ell M 3 wrluz num llAIIlEllS" :T -- Q ' K' 'ik K i K A ' . X Y -K - I - . K '-Is. . 1f1Oii" K d . XJ ' A V - ' Qxgq' f A L 1' x 5 K Q W- filf? A . K7 9 . ., 'A . fr 5 , . in . K 'X' . f 5 I YV f -ru-.L.:. 1 VON Raloiss M RE so feb OTA lg ! 1. Lex McGraw is going long. 2. Raider Touchdown. 3. The traditional raising of the hats. 4, Bark em' out Lex! 5. Stick him Hylos Barrett. 6. Raider Valley posts another victory! 7. Another glori- ous day in the corps! . Raider Victory! 9. Chris Keller puts one through. 10. Goolsby on Defense? 11. Casey Howard turns it on. 12. Tommy Gilbert and crew listen for game adjustments. FGGTBALL-A1 ll lllllllll' ll XIII IDN AND IIY. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS he Varsi- vsx, ty Football Cheerleaders had an ex- c e p t 1 o n al year Under t h e le a d e r - ship of Julie J enkins as captain and Kristi Jennings as Co-cap- tain, the girls attended Ole Miss Cheerleading Camp over the sum- ' X to "fire up" the players for each game by making run-thrus, signs, boxer shorts, painting "feet", and giving the traditional pre-game candy. Throughout the season the squad had the priveledge of cheering for an excellent football team. The girls did an outstand- ing job of creating enthusiasm among players, students, and par- ents Walton is very proud of ev- ery effort by this group of girls. mer and had an excellent Week They Won the overall superior rat- ing in the dance competition The girls worked very hard all season 1. Hi Hayden! 2. Allisa Meyer and Shelli Johannes-Cheerleading buds! 3. The cheerleaders show some Raider patrio- tism. 4. The Raider spirit goes to the Ri- verwood stands! 5. Lindsay Hughes-A WHS Raider! 6. Post-victory celebra- tions! 7. Erica flashes her million dollar smile. 8. Caroline Smith shows her en- thusiasm. 9. The Raider mascot. 10. Anne Marie cheers to the stands. 11. Allisa Meyer gets a lift. 12 The patented pose! 13. Coach Amos lifts Anne Marie Ward high in the air. 14. Raiders take time out to pray before the game. 15. Caroline Smith, Hayden Smith, Bess Brown, Julie Jenkins Ccaptainl, Laurie Saye, Erica Schantz, Lindsay Hughes, Kristi Jennings fco-captainl, Anne Ma- rie Ward, Allisa Meyer, Shelli Johannes. The sponsor for the season was Kathy Massengill. 42-VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 3 MW ,Gif Q66 W7 C, FGOTBALL CHEERLEADERS-43 Hg t """"w?1ia.f' JJ . 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M I ii 'aw i it , 5 , F.. Fl' '33 . is ----- 1 :-L X -.,,. , 4 - L 'A H ... "'f V xAk -1 Nhwwq 1 s Akk, K YY wmv N a- WK, ."' -:Q A s er if ' 'i x 5 l is 'lit qi? l by lf' ft - . l 4- r -4 ,- - i ' 3 H g ,, of A Q-1 45 is ,, Q. 'M he ,r f ."3i'1' ' ' ' i I s l s A Q s 'P "" it-il 5f . ,iffr Q11 --me t' i t '. ,N.. . ,,., 5 ,.:, if? Q .. 1 w ww ' " , 3 ' ' P M., o ' s oila s s l s , -, i f 81960 Although the Junior Varsity team had a rough season, the spirit and enthusiasm of the team remained high. After los- ing many players to the tough regimen that the coaches set for them, the players learned alot and gained valuable exper- ience. The skills that the play- ers perfected Will contribute to many future Raider Victories. The coaches detected a great deal of drive, and promise much success in the future. 44-lV1FOOTBALL Wrf' X .,,...,-a,,..,Ww , ,5 W 1- ,f -V, J V .-- I , ,,,.v,,v V V , ., Y ,Q v'-,b , 4 Q its , , s mmf- 4 Q, A ,4, M9 "9 X' :,. ., ifffff of if gg A fuf,, w I ,,,. ,,,,, K ,M 4 " 4 I ' 25 'W' Z' 11 Jeff receives a quick handoff. 21 Coach Stanton makes game adjustments. 31 Jeff Zimmerman takes a breather. 41 The defense on a blitz. 51 Front Row, Coach Jordan, Coach Richards, Brian Wirth, Mike Hardy, Richie Ginsler, Jeff Safarrieh, Sean Burnotes, Stacey Pecht, Marwin Yasin, Coach Young, Back Row, Coach Wilkes, Coach Russell, Bobbie Schultz, Brandon Garrity, Jeff Reed, Duke Peacock Matt Graser, Brad Zimmermen, Matt Huddleston, Coach Stanton, Coach Amos. 61 Bobby Schultz on a keeper. 71 Right through the middle. 81 The J.V. M f X "Ainlt no way you can beat a Raider .. Ain't no way!!!" The Spirited and enthusiastic cheers of the J .V. Football Cheerleading squad urged the Ragin' Raiders on throughout the season. Pam Hunger- buhler, Captain, and Lori Brown, co-captain led the squad. The squad attended the UCA cheer- leading camp at Ole Miss and capture top honors. The girls left the camp with three trophies, a spirit stick, and a superior overall rating in the junior 41es,l 1 51 -f:-14 lf? if ' I 1 im 4 1 'N 1 .... I bg A, 8 K I f E li 'S 1-' 'Sb firsii 5' we DT O C 52 E1 5 4 ' L4 -3 fr Y' S- fg- 5 :wr '-"' Hs r f Q I E' O L L L HO- 'ITIII A I' D' rv CD O f f ,. 4 5, f ,, r 16 Eli llil 7El'lll workhorses. 91 What Form!! 101 Are you confused yet??'? 111 All smiles before a game. 121 Daniella and Lauren with some pom pom action? 131 Building a tower of Raider Power. 141Front Row: Jennifer Gaydon, Daniela Alea, Tracy Fischer, Paula Jeter. Back Row: Meghan Dwyer, Lori Brown, Karen Mack, Leslee Moore, Lauren Leckie, Pam Hungerbuhler. 151 Paula do they really call you Snoopy? 161 Tracey Fisher attempts to fire up the Walton crowd. 171 Lookin, good Leslie Moore. 181 Girl talk before a game. F' 4 '11 O O H on IP r-+ r' Q I rn rn DU rf tri DP E Z QF r-ll CTI FIRECIIMEN 'A F00'l'Il XLL r .wh The Freshmen Football team had another great year. The team went undefeated under the leadership of Coach Larry Richard and assistant coaches Phil Wilkes and Shane Amos. They learned a lot from this season and and are determined to carry on the Raider tradi- tion. 2 U The Freshmen defense was a smash- ing success. 23 Stuart Gurr evades a Tro- jan pursuer. 35 Young Matt Walsh dis- cusses the game plan. 45 Front Row: Vince Bagby, Chris Thomas, John Jouant, Thomas Hoover, Frank Babiasz, Derek Chalk, Trey Humphries, Philip Walter, Stuart Gurr, Gary Johannes, Brandon Underwood, Karl Brozowski, Eric Goranssan, Robbe Felder, Max Hornsby. Middle Row: Coach Wilkes, Mike Madhem, Chris Davis, Denny Dev- lin, Dan Fowker, Matt Walsh, Jon Ev- ans, Joe Curtis, Jason Hughes, Mike Roth, T.J. Hill, Greg Reese, Brad Budd, Chris Ohlsson, Rob Scruggs, Mike Ham- burger, Corey Eaton. Back Row: Coach Richards, Brian Towles, Stuart Apple- banm, Cedric Stephens, Ken Atwood, Matt Morlen, Brooks Hill, Dan Hogan, Tommy Woolwine, Andy Nale, Eric Harris, Scott Lerner, Chris Baldwin, Brian Osburne, Derek Keene, Kevin Jackson, Brandon Rickman, Coach Amos. 53 Cedric Stephens warms up his "golden toe." 61 The Freshman backfield on a quick dive play. 73 Coach Wilkes gives the team some encouragement. 81 Chris Thomas sports the sidelines. 'fi W. 46-FRESHMAN FOOTBALL M Fllliflll IEN Clllllill- 1 LE XIIIYG l 491' ' 1 -q-nap? 91 Amy is all smiles. 101 Lookin' good, Frosh! 111 Elizabeth Smith is not con- centrating on the game. 121 Kristen Fuller gets a better view of the game. 131 Back Row: Lisa Gunn, Sarah Clark, Mindy Butler, Laura Katz, Stephanie McKinney. Middle Row: Katherine James CCo-Captain1, Amy Ihrig, Kristen Fuller fCaptain1, Front Row: Elizabeth Smith, Barbara Pashley. 141 Get ,em go- ing, girls! 151 Megaphone Mania. 161 The Frosh Pyramid. 171 The girls take a break to watch the half-time entertain- ment. 181 Mindy Butler and Lisa Gunn look intimidated by the Homecoming crowd. The Freshman Football Cheerleaders had a lot to cheer about this season. The squad attended 0le Miss Cheerlead- ing Camp and captured all su- perior awards, a spirit stick, and the title for the Junior Di- vision. The Captain of the squad was Kristen Fuller and the Co-Captain was Katherine James. Led by their Sponsor, Mrs. Kincaid, the girls had a high-spirited, fun-filled season. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADING-47 is in Frm .57 ig Q, , is F f! r mrs Q1 ihl 1 v- E" 9 -49 P1 1 'E 1. Troy Smiley: "I did more to preparef' 2. Darrel Jones ready to begin. 3. Todd Ash with a victory. 4. Coach Amos con' centrates. 5. Top Row: KL to RJ Darren Hiedt, Ray Smitherman, Mike Baugh, Darrell Jones, Troy Smiley, Wes Swear- ingin. Bottom Row: Todd Ash, Jon Ev- ans, Juan Alacorn, Philip Walter, David Sykes, Chris Woodall, Brit Jordan. 6. Wes Swearingin, take him down! 7. Da- vid Sykes watches intensely. 8. Darren Hiedt takes down a Wills Tiger. 9. Dar- ren Hiedt with the pin. 10. Susan Fryer with the ball. 11. 44 is up for the shot. 12. Jennifer is contemplating the shot. 13. Jennifer is ready to take the ball. 14. Grab it from here, Susan. 15. Jennifer This year's junior varsity wrestlers had a great season. With hard work and much dedication, the team made a name for themselves. The grapplers had big victories over Riverwood and North Cobb in matches. The team fin- ished second in the region. Under the leadership of Coach Irwin and Coach Amos, the wrestlers learned many new techniques to conquer their fu- ture opponents. Through the exper- iences of the season, the wrestlers are now ready to advance to the varsity level of competition. 48-JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING AJ The Junior Varsity had a very suc- cessful season. The team had several new members as well as a new coach, Coach Tracy Luttrell. The girls were hard Workers and great learners. With long practices and hard conditioning, the girls proved themselves as con- tenders in the region. Some contribu- tors to the successful team were Leslie Moore, Susan Fryer, and Megan Ha- vig. Congratulations, girls on a great season. .EUICVII .H IJ 71 If YI Y CF 5-5.0?ccF?53'0E:' Bcwsrziovr mw5ru Umm 55 0 Eg-Bfrergsrw g.2gQ522fIqr1a 14,5 s: a5g4:az5.FZg2 O :swam-1Q:'p 'U '-- Uflfo m Q 59-5-TD' vvgiflswwy., of-,i,....mcuE:1 gy- Q,-.-Q-rw'-1 fm E"'r-1:rOmm:ECD mg? PQ,:cr 'V' -:jf-,g4l4?l. V",-:Do UE' :- mx,3:,m,"U mzqmama CD mm-. Zrmmo 2? 57 OmE,2E1jcuUg O52 Q. LW Sggv msg' UQ99F"g'-1025 Q+S,5','mD--1....s .nvQm:sf'15U1T'.. GIRLS JUNIGR VARSITY BASKETBALL-49 .vllllfl I Til 1 H01 K 71 T ll 'C L .I JJ R1 llllill IRUUNIIBALL The teams success is credited to the players devotion and deter- mination. Victory during the season gave key players Steven Hines, Todd Gorsuch, and Matt Williamson a chance to VARSITY BASKETBALL I - X In 1987, the 'f!7ff?5U'SLVi Boys Varsity , S, X Basketball J team met 1 l. and over- i came count- y less obsta- 1 Q cles. Head Coach Torn Price, who has proven himself to be an outstanding coach, once again gave the Raider fans a thriller season. show their stuff. Of course, vic- tory is not achieved by an indi- vidual, but by the team. Their season ended with a first round loss to Cherokee High School. The also claimed second place in the region. Their final record was 17-7 . .fav M I: -c ,V R ia 50-BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL wg 1. Back Row: CL to RJ: David Sullivan, Brent Goolsby, Scott Stanich, Scott McQuilken, Steve Black, Brant Sud- dath, Jeff Campbell, Stephen Hines, Rickey Young. Front Row: Tom Price, Matt Williamson, Brian Borchers, Tyler Murphy, Lyle Stukey, Todd Corsuch, Mike Tarter, Keith Gruenwald, Ryan Schaetzle, Laurie Jablow, Kim Harsen 2. An intense game. 3. Keith gets up. 4. Todd and Matt take it down. 5. Faithful fans! 6. Pass it Keith. 7. Get up! 8. Todd on the Jumper. 9. That helpless look. 10. The Wave! 11. Hi guys. 12. Knock his tongue out! 13. lt's a bird! BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL-51 FLYIY' IIIGII lsA.'lus'l'lsAl L 1. Look out! 2. Brent Goolsby pulls it down! 3. Scott McQuilken want a stuff. 4. I need more money! 5. A View from above. 6. What's up guys? 7. What a nice pose! 8. Kieth Gurnwald with a steall 9. Brant Suddath down court. 10. Todd Gorsuch Gets the big picture. 11. Matt Williamson on the jumper! 12. Slam it! 13. Coach Price gives the details. 14. Matt Williamson covers it up! 15. Re- bound! 16. Not quite. 17, Goolsby with a tip. 52-BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL x 5 N 1.32 LADY RAIIIIZIL' ll0UNIlI!1 LL Girls Varsity Basketball After years of building, practicing, and many changes, the Walton girls b a s k e t b a ll team is once again building a name for it- self. Starting fresh every year is difficult for any team, but the young Lady Raiders proved they are true contenders. The team attended the University of ffl 'mil Georgia's basketball camp over the summer. At the camp they learned and practiced crucial fundamentals which contributed to their successful season. The girls were led by Head Coach Joe Wilson and his assistant, Tracy Luttrell. The team will lose sev- eral seniors who have added a great deal to the program. They are Catherine Watt, Michelle Jackson, Rhonda Gresham, Heather King, and Kelli Steele. Outstanding player Catha Coch- ran made the All-county team. N-.hfif 54-GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 Q FJ. f. 1. Jump Shot 2. Kim, she's too tall! 3. Coach Wilson doesn't look happy. 4 Top Row KL to RJ Coach Wilson, Shannon White, Heather King, Catherine Watt, Michele Jackson, Sue Harris, Kim Hampton, Coach Luttrell, Bottom row CL to RJ Heather MacRae, Rhonda Gresham, Lynn Heath, Kelli Steele, Catha Cochran, Kim Koper, Michele Jacques 5. Concentration 6. Michelle looking to pass the ball. 7. Michelle is in ready position. 8. Catherine Watt, won the jump ball. 9. Gresham with the block. 10. Kim Hampton and the low dribble. 11. Catha, she,s bigger than you. 12. Catha on the run. 13. Lynn 'ff ma Lx 16 Heath with the ball 14. Are you confused? 15. The girls don't believe their eyes. 16. Rhonda on the move. 17. Kim in the defensive stance. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL-55 RUWIIY RAIIDERC VARSITY CHEERLEADERS he 1987-88 Var- fist sity Cheerleaders started out with a fun-filled Week at Ole N Miss University. At 1 this camp they prac- ticed With six other To prepare for each game during the season, the girls practice once or twice a Week. The girls are Very dedicated to making Walton High School full of pride and spirit. Their sponsor was Marion Romeo. Captain was Sue 1 . squads from differ- ent High Schools. They placed in the finals on dance and had all blue ribbons on all other competitions. Sanzari and Co-Captain Was Evonne Wahl The squad had two seniors and ten juniors. M 56-VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS A... ..s.- 3 s :Qs lisa S W S E XX , if 'W ts ik " 'ai ex ag! wg PR Fix ,px K ' Qs 1 ' 'g I ' r. "5- 'ts l .Q sfw1.j riff u X 4 , ig K ai 1 aiu f . ,, is Q . gm ' ju 'Tv 1 4 f. 4 X 'T ll " 1 f l ' so we fwififv ' Q X SE Y Q. X 5 K -A X xi .5 K N X M 2 3 Sig? if 2 l ll S X 6 u 5 i is 1 ss sv' ...SY Q. 'ff 2 ' as . g H bf-,j , A F Q -414, ' 5' . . '-.152 .. Y: is? is this way 3 Laurie Yunger en the balloons. 4. Raider Spirit 5. ac Row: Angie Coker, Laurie Maurer, obin Holman, Cori Bolier. Middle: vonne Wahl, Jill Jeffers, Gretchen ayne, Stephanie Harrison, Laurie Yunger, Sue Sanzari. Front Row: Kathe Gorder, MaryBeth Transue 6. Catch the Wave! 7. "Sue Spirit" 8. The cheer- eaders lead the crowds at the pep rally. 9. Cathy Gorder supports the Raiders. 10. The patented group shot. 11. Cheer- eaders at work. 12. The Varsity Cheer- eaders at the homecoming game. 13. AVr0om-Vroom Jill! 14. Robin cheers on ,he Raiders at the pep rally. Cori Bolier starts the chant 2 The K JUNI0ll VAlL'I'l'Y M The Junior Varsity basketball team had another fine season under coach Ricky Young. The young Raiders gained a lot of valuable experience, and showed a lot of promise for the years to come. These athletes carried on Walton's winning tradition, and they are all look- ing forward to moving on to varsity level competition. BA.'KE'l'I!ALl. ? ' rlr r f ,yyy T r 'r W f fr ,J MV' 4, r rrrr W ' E c ' r k r ll --W rrr " ,. ,.., 'W' , , . ', ff f-,"', f " ff 58-J V B-BALL l. Mike Tarter goes up for the jumper! 2. Scott Pisciotta watches with anticipa- tion. 3. Mike goes up for two. 4. Scott Mangus moves on the fast break. 5. Coach Young works out the problems. 6. Ryan fakes them out out. 7. Front Row: Brent Avery, Lance lewis, Scott Mangus, Mike Tarter, Ryan Schaetzle Back Row: Chris Eubank, Derek Yeager, Scott Pis- ciotta, Greg Magan, Chris Todd, Coach Young 8. No! It's my ball! 9. Chris Eu- bank goes for the tip. I f..n.,f...- . - fl x W. The Junior Varsity cheer- leaders cheered the JV Raiders an to another successful season. They generated a lot of school spirit for the team, and always performed well. ,fi . Build a tower of RAIDER POWER! 2. 'Vhat a show! 3. Christy Sanzari loves to heer. 4. Look at that smile! 5. Team- fork 6. Heidi Mackey shows her spirit. 7. 'ront: Lauren Forte, Second Row: Heidi flackey, Michelle Martin, Christy San- ari Third Row: Ginny Mehlan, Heather uckie, Carolyn Richardson Fourth Ilow: Samantha Cheek, Ashley Dickin- on, Shelley Askew l .K ,, E t l MEAE l JUNIUR VAll.'I'l'Y CIIEEIILEAIIERL' JV CHEERLEADING-59 5,11 QQQMWJ W grail! 4 if wi 6 nzesumnn V BIIEERLEADERS ...A 1. Coach Sullivan gives some tips. 2. The team talks over the game plan. 3. Mike Smith, Kevin Magilke, Brian Dennison, David Benton, Todd Jarmon, Whit Brown, Jobe Gruber, Brad Cox, Coach David Sullivan. 4. Are they having fun, or what! 5. What are you looking at? 6. What's up Cedric! 7. What form! 8. Jobe goes up for the block. 9. What spirit! 10. TopWKaren Fischer, Kathleen Otoni- car, Shannon Roberts, Jenny Boulder, Middle-Cathy Gross, Monica Stucky, Nancy Williams, Front-Kristin Harsh, Margaret LaPorta. 11. What a group! 12. ,Margaret shows her spirit. 13. Karen 'loves being a cheerleader. i P The Freshman Cheerleaders had an exciting year. They cheered the boys on through every game, good and bad. They gained a lot of experience and many will hopefully continue provid- ing spirit for years to come. The girls worked hard all year and made a good showing for the Raiders. The school and the team was very grateful for all the girls, work. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS 61 .3 fl 'N 'Qu r I RAIIIEIL' AT Tlllilll IIECT VARSITY WRESTLING The 1987-88 Raid- er Grapplers had a ' very successful sea- son. The Raiders re- bounded off from last ' years losing season, 2 to once again become ' I a power in Region 5- J AAAA. This new suc- k f cess can be attribut- ed to a lot of hard work by the team, and to the leadership of new head coach Lawrence Irwin. The team started the year off on a high note by defeating Riverwood, one of teams. The team ended with ten wins and six losses and placed third in the region Blake Bowmaster and Robbe Felder received the MVP awards. 62-WRESTLING 3 S' 3 ,,.,. :f M Qs X aa. f Q 6 ' I.M.D.M.'l'.P.-THE GIIAPPLEIL' fy, 1. Vic Wiegand awaits for his match. 2. Hylos Barett wrestles with pride for the Raiders. 3. Back Row: Coach Amos, Brent Hart, Robert Warlick, Tommy Gilbert, Jeff Anderson, Vic Wiegand, Scott Ashlyn, Robbie Felder, Coach lr- win Front Row: Brad lmbach, Mark Haskett, John Mills, Rob Bowmaster, Blake Bowmaster, Tuan Tron, Dan Ho- gan 4. Dan Hogan wins another match. 5. Brad lmbach makes the opponent sweat. 6. Kathi Adkins-World's Finest Wres- tling Manager. 7.Robbie, Mark, John, and Rob cheer on the team. 8. HEY LOOK! I'm winning. 9. Scott Ashlyn- -we're all glad you moved here. 10. Coach Irwin awaits eagerly for the out- come of the match. WRESTLING--63 G0 T0 THE 'l'0P V. BA.'llBALL he Varsity Baseball Team saw its share of ex- citement during the 1987 spring season. Head X Coach, Bill Moon, put the team through a work- out schedule un- like any other team faced. The grueling practices re- sulted in the coveted Region Cham- pionship. This year there was a greater com- bination of mixed grades on the team. 4,71 Q O any they were worthy competitiors and helped the team post a 17-11 re- cord. In addition, Bill Moon had a staff of excellent and talented coaches. Dennis Jordan, Shane Amos, Phil Wilkes, and Barry Rus- sell took part in contributing to the success of the team. Their baseball expertise helped the team win tour- naments in Florida and several games in the Zone Tournament in Texas. Through marathon practices, in- juries, and hardships the team rose to the challenge and had a victori- ous year. Now, the team and Raider fans will look forward to another championship season on the Raid- er's baseball field, HRAIDER MOUNTAIN." Players from all grades showed N-cm.....,. 5.. 4 yy . r 'mr V . ,,,. - l .003 ..... M. N v 5. ' . 1 "' ' 'E' L "::i" fn W3 1.Throw it home Brandon! 2. FrontRow: QA I Brandon Cash, Dan Ellis, Chris Atwood, l Mark Casto Brian Hvizdak Steve Zalu- is 33 1 dek, Terry Bellah, Shane Amos Back A ggofloq g 0 4 Row: Dennis Jordan, Phil Wilkes, Kevin 1 King, Mike Laney, Marc Pisciotta, Bill , ' ' Bartlett, Mike Haverland, Mike Hilton, .,,.4 X J V , Barry Russell, Bill Moon. 3. T. Bellah is WWW ' intense. 4. Marc from the mound. 5. Coach Jordan shows a sign of approval. 6. Get Back! 7. Another home run cele- bration. 8. What are you doing this week- end? 9. Mike Laney is throwing heat. 10. Coach Moon and Bear discuss the game plan. 11. Dan Ellis eyes a fast ball. 12. Chris Atwood behind the plate. 13. Brian prepares for battle. ...M nj" .af ii Rrfafl? 64--VARSITY BASEBALL RAIIDFR N XJ 3159 MQVX 41'- 'I I IRI I . QW 5 65 ' .'0F'l'l!1 LL JUL 'Illll V1 RCIT It was an excellent year of developing and sharpening the skills of the junior varsity softball team. Coach Bowen and Coach Karl led the girls through some tough competition! The girls had great team spirit as well as atti- tude. The closeness of the team grew very strong as the season progressed and was evident in their perfor- mances. Some of the outstanding con- tributors were Maureen Cavenagh at shortstop, Stacey Bidwell, second base, and Karen Wilson as Left field- er. The Lady Raiders gained some ex- perience which will give them an edge on the competition next year. .ug-,,.,' if hi' i it V .. -fe, -t,r,., r ,O W , W, Nw, T V2 i 1. Jenny Maghan sprints for first base. 2. Maureen Cavanaugh hums the ball. 3. Coach Karl watches intensely. 4. Mau- reen Cavanaugh with a perfect batting stance. 5. Back Row: Coach Karl, Darla Carithers, Roneeka Behagen, D.J. Wit- tenburg, Melissa Hartley, Stacey Bid- well, Front Row: Wendy Whittenberg, Jenny Maghan, Karen Wilson, Sharity Busby, Maureen Cavanaugh, Elizabeth Sanders. ,rm -f aw'-we " I ' 1 e .. 51,1 - . ir xt:.i,5 .. li 1. K2 Q5 f,,. - Miavf ' l , ' .. M I , i it K A ai. ,... , M. R , t - L ., as 1ml"i"'fiK3'f'fff'r Q V g '9' F 'iff ,agp gk . . W.,-. 66-JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL ir life N -ui sit The Junior Varsity Baseball team had an outstanding year. Under the lead- ership of Coach Barry Russell, the Raiders finished out the season with a 7-4 record. Marc Patterson and Bob- by Schultz were among the team's elite players. The team's determina- tion and hard-work earned them the second place position in their region. A key game was the double-header against North Cobb where the Raid- ers swept both games. Additionally the team won all of their last six games to end the season on a winning note. A positive attitude and tremendous love for the game, made the season a suc- cess in the record book and also in the hearts of the players. .levi-' f,i5'7,gf.. Q ,pil 10 6. Allright! 7. Coach Wilkes watches intensely. 8. John Hunt makes a play. 9. Make that tag! 10. "Defensive Strategy" 11. Front Row: Brad Kehm, Sean Crockett, Wally Neil, David Do- mino, Paxton Cullpepper, Coley Smith, Brent Bellman, John Adkins, Danny De Lamater, Chris Rossetti Back Row: John Hunt, John Mullen, Burt Mosely, Keith Grunewald, Greg Henderson, Greg Magan, David Watson, Bobby Shultz, Mitch Doane, Darron Harrison, Mike Merlin, Mike Tarter, David Frye, Pat Jones, Marc Patterson. J .I ll El 'I L I V 7 l'l 'I L ll ll Y ll 0 T I1 JI C-4 C: E ca :U 4 :P nv F2 -A -4 no :1- CD cn no :D F' T O5 Q CPIIIIT CONTINUEC VARSITY SOFTBALL alton's Var- sity Softball pro- EK gram begins ear- vl ly. With the onset Q of each new sea- son, players par- ticipate in Spring and Summer leagues to condi- tion their skills for the upcom- ing year. Returning Head Coach Montez Bowen had a challenging year. Talent was spread through-out the team Raiders a close 7-8 record. In 1987, the Raiders enjoyed a fun as well as challenging sea- son. Each year the team selects important players that helped them earn their victories. This year the Most Valuable Player award went to Jennifer Virant. Another award included in the ceremony is the Most Valuable Offensive Player. This years re- cipient was Bo Richardson. Al- though only a few key players are selected, other players also make large contributions to the team. Susan Fryer and Jennifer Hendlemen were among the top and such talent earned the players on the team. emit 68-VARSITY SOFTBALL .Q up wanna' 'mwwwwfsmf rf I I 9 1. Team members discuss the game plan. 2. Back Row: Jennifer Behm, Laura Aversano, Jennifer Hendlemen, Eliza- beth Richardson, Cindy Hooper, Danna Gillespie, Jennifer Virant, Coach Mon- tez Bowen, Front Row: Michelle Jac- ques, Suzanne Conlan, Stacey Katz, Donna Carillo, Jenny Gayer, Deana Parker, Susan Fryer 3. It's a bird . . . lt's a plane . . . 4. Jennifer Behm behind the plate. 5. Danna Gillespie shoots one to first. 6. Coach Montez Bowen keeps spir- it high. 7. Deana Parker shows her talent. 8. Elizabeth Richardson is a tough com- petitor. 9. Jennifer Virant concentrates on the pitch. 10. Danna Gillespie turns it on. 11. A talk on the mound. 12. Donna Carillo takes a break. 13. Michelle Jac- ques waits patiently. 14. Danna on deck. VARSITY SOFTBALL-69 TEAMWUIIK P XYC IIFF V. GIRLS TEN N C O S 4 20" 9 J I O4 4. O KQQ' 35' - ,Q . 504 :Q-Qc? QQ 0 v a'o'v'."vX X 803580 vo:o:4:,:,s:,5' XQQQ 4 'got' 5 Tx 44' ' folpfo' ' hen the pres- sure is on, the Wal- ton's Varsity Girls tennis team can real- ly take the heat. Dedication, devotion, and drive were the watchwords of the '86 season for these six- teen talented girls. After grueling tryouts lasting over a month, Coach Younglove had the seemingly impossible task of selecting the proverbial cream of Walton's tennis crop. When the team tri- umphed at the County Championship Tournaments and seized the second place region title, it was obvious that Coach Younglove could not have made any better choices. However, success never comes easy, and the Varsity girls found this to be true. Their incredible enthusiasm and team spirit helped them endure those long practices and tiring matches. Coach Younglove always says, "Teamwork pays off". There is no doubt that the strong sense of pride boosted the Raiders to winning status and cemented friendships long after the season ended. The sweat and strained muscles certainly paid off for the Girls' Varsity Tennis Team. 1. Great game Jennifer! 2. Nail it Julie! 3. Front Row: Ellen Coneen, Daniela Alea, Jennifer Gaydon, Amanda Smith, Shan- non Elliot, Megan Havig, Julie Tootle Back Row: Missy Snarr, Katie Sanborn, Krissy Ramaglia, Karen Smith, Amy Coneen, Bob Younglove, Julie Hough, Sheridan Smith, Julie Jenkins, Jennifer Y Evans, Sharon Jenkins 4. Curad Com- mercial take 31. 5. Concentrate! 6. Are we having fun yet? 7. Good follow through! 8. Are you excited? 9. Awesome form Amy! 10. Step into the ball Ellen! 11. Raiders are the best! 12. Nice back- hand Amanda. 70-GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS 5-J I ,fum 2 F WM' I DEIDIC l'l'IOY P IYC IIFF V. BIDYS TENNIS aiders finished K-JS out the season unde- - - 7 feated with a record LJ of 10-0. Coach Bowen YW led the Boys Varsity Tennis team to their ' Region Champion- X ship for the sixth , time in the school's history. Walton beat Wheeler in the first round put- ting them in the finals with Riverwood. The Walton team came together to de- feat Riverwood, one of the toughest teams in the region. Playing singles were: 111 Chris Clay, 112 Ronnie Hass, 413 Kevin King and 114 Steve Brooks. Doubles were 1-'rl Tommy Brooks and Greg Gayden, and 1-12 John Denmark and Scott Nelson. The awards for the season were as follows: Most Valuable Play- er-Chris Clay, 100'Z5 Award-Ron- nie Hass, Most Improved-John Denmark, Best Record-Tommie Brooks, Academic Award-Steve Brooks. Chris Clay went to the indi- vidual region. "I feel like Walton will continue its domination in tennis due to the dedication and practice of our play- ers year roundf, Coach Bowen will make these words ring true by con- tinuing to coach the Raiders onto more Region Championships. The Boys Varsity Tennis team did an ex- ceptional job this season! A :q ! r-Al l I ,I AR. ,st 'N 4 X, C u,,,,wgarslL, ,,,, 7 5 'Q-.-an 7 4' X-I HMM ff 1 f wffwww . .1 U 10 P 11 .. L 12 affriff 1. Chris Clay puts it away! 2. Tommy Brooks gets after it! 3. Scott Nelson is so graceful. 4. Back Row: Coach Bowen, Tony Hull, Greg Gaydon, J amin Tanner, Steve Brooks, Jay Gardner, Scott Nel- son, Chris Clay, Front Row: John Dene- mark, Craig Reed, Tommy Brooks, Matt Caseman, Kevin King, Ronnie Hass. 5. Ronnie Hass loves tennis. 6. Champions of Region 5AAAA! 7. Power Serve. 8. The champs after the Region match! 9. Tak' ing a break between sets. 10. What follow through! 11. Matt Caseman returns the serve. 12. Steve Brooks makes the re- turn. BOYS VARSITY TENNIS-7 3 G0 T0 XLL-COUN'l'Y VARSITY GULF 5, oach Joe Wilson, 0 in his first year with the golf team, would not have asked for anything more. "Great talent makes great coaches," com- mented Coach Wil- son. The team was definitely an enthusi- astic group. Players Mike Cress and Carlyle Rood, led the team. The two players both earned the honor of being on the All County Team. Other players, G.A. Man- gus and Chris Casdia, helped the team have consistent performances. Raiders expressed positive attitudes during all of their tournaments. The action and excitement reached a fe- ver pitch during the match against one of Walton's most powerful ri- vals, Wheeler High School. The pressure was on as the Raiders were down during the final holes. The scales of victory tipped to the Wal- ton side, and the Raiders emerged victorious. This is one example of those performances which earned Coach Wilson the Marietta Daily Journal's Coach of the year award. The honor was a fine way to wrap-up the season of exciting and skillful Walton Varsity Golf. KQV 47. ff' M. ,ft My .ri It 1 ,. ,V 3. ,A . ids fra . ' lf 5 if iw, M f ,wwf '74-VARSITY GOLF r IIAIIIERC .'ll0W TIIEIR TALIEN' 1. Wes, Mike, and G.A.: One happy fam- ily. 2. Nicky Brown, Kenny Carlson, G.A. Mangus, Carlyle Road, Wes Cook, Chris Casdia, Mike Cress, Scott Mangus, Coach Joe Wilson 3. Swing through Scott. 4. Simply Marvelous! 5. G.A. nego- tiates the bunder. 6. Nice Swing! 7. Break left. 8. In the hole! 9. Coach Wil- son and Carlyle discuss the course. 10. Blast it! on them for the Ill 'l'."l'1 NIIING CEACIIN Girls Volleyball he Varsity Volleyball team was led by Coach Rumbaugh. Coach Rum- baugh worked g with the team ll I . . . Esaaaaaaaasssssl ggelggfgupggg MQ learned from W W! previous years and improving season games. The team had a lot of talent this year. The most valuable player for the season was Alison Witt. The most im- proved player was Sally Fizkso. The main highlight of the sea- son Was the Sprayberry-Walton game. Sprayberry was the only team that Walton lost to in the region. This season the Raiders beat Sprayberry one of the many Raider victories. The Raiders had great spirit and en- thusiasm throughout the sea- son. Although the volleyball team lost in the playoffs, the Raiders will continue to strive for an even better season next year. 5 i I S z I I l 3 l 76-Varsity Volleyball 2 1. Stacie gets ready to serve. 2. Raiders figure out their strategy. 3. Dana gets ready to smack it! 4. Sue and Stacie cele- brate after a point. 5. Heidi takes a breather. 6. Watch out! Here it comes! 7. Spike it-Catherine Watt. 8. Sue Harris gives Catherine Watt a high five. 9. Mi- chelle Jackson and Alison Witt talk it over. 10. Nice hit Alison. 11. Ready . .. Break! 12. Catherine Watt returns the serve. 13. Back Row: Kristina Frank, Sue Harris, Coach Rumbaugh, Alison Witt, Stacie Ficzko, Front Row: Michele Jack- son, Heidi Garner, Amy Gose, Dana Ba- ker, Catherine Watt 14. Dana Baker- I Hope you had a great year-J.H. VARSI l 1 VULLILYIIALL Varsity Volleyball-'77 JJ . W IILLIEY B' r .. I The Junior Varsity Volleyball team had an exciting year. Under new head coach Lora Ded- mon, the team was challenged with new and demanding goals. Through long hours of prac- tice and disciplined workouts, the 1987 team overcame all adversity and posted an undefeat- ed year. Not only did the team win the Region title, they also captured the title of Cobb Coun- ty Champions. In 1987, the Junior Varsity Raiders showed the county who is the boss. 1. What form! 2. Nice Volleyl 3. "I've got it." 4. Back Row: Kathyrin Mathews, Kathy King, Jill Koson, Christy Burkett, Stacey Savstano, Coach Lora Dedman, Front Row: Tracey Carla Floraz, Sa- mantha Cheek, Dana Maes. 5. Champi- ons! 6 .... This is our strategy. 7. Here it comes. 8, Coach Dedman helps Tracey out. 78 wwe. CP0ll'l'r' MEIIICIYE x - si 5. ' sew., ,fs .H 5 -a 1 ' r rgyyy Q., In 1987, Head Atheletic Trainer John Staf- ford enjoyed another year of smooth operation and efficiency. The Sports Medicine Center is unique to the State of Georgia, being the only one of its kind. Inside the 1250 square feet building are four whirlpools, six training tables, two computers, several shock therapy systems, and an individual taping table for each student trainer. Each athlete is dealt with on a personal basis, and his injury is evaluated each day. The team is dedicated to each athlete and assures them the quickest and safest recovery. The stu- dent trainers have worked very hard this year and we congratulate you for a great job! X if 1. Back Row: Matt Brachowski, Bruce Johnson, David Scott Front Row: Coach Stafford, Andy Cook, Matt Modansky, . Christy Craycraft, Christy Pirkle, 2. Trainers are just ecstaatic about games. 3. David Scott-At work! 4. Christy Pirkle works with the football player. 5. Christy and Jason McCuster during a game. 6. David Scott wraps an ankle. 7. Sports Medicine in action at the Sprayberry game. 8. Matt Wiley gets treated. 9. Scott Dugan gets ankle treatments in the Sports Medicine room. -9- 79 RIGIIT IIN TR MIK V BIDS TRACK he Boys Varsity track season started with a bang! The first starting gun began yet another victori- ous Raider year. One of the toughest chal- lenges was the region meet. They had an outstanding year along with some out- standing perfor- mances Some of the state performers were Johnny Edmonds, who won the pole vault event Sean Young placed ex- ceptional in the 800. Jeff Campbell won the long Jump and the relay team con- sisting of Peter Weimer, Jeff Campbell, Scott Egan, and Grant Bannon did ex- tremely well. David McGaughy did tre- mendous in the shot put and Tim Huber made his mark in the 3,200 me- ter. Johnny Edmonds received the hon- or of being named Cobb track athlete of the year and Marietta Daily Journalls Track Athlete of the year. Jeff Camp- bell was ranked sixth in the state for long jump. The track team had a suc- cessful season dominating the competi- tion and had no trouble holding onto number one! ar: ""' x"' - .. s'cx 80 BOYS VARSITY TRACK CIDACIIES-Y0l DID A GREAT' JOB!- af 1-fwwffarmaft..-., 'E ff.. 1. A Raider moves in from the outside 2. David Case winds up. 3. Jeff jumps out of the blocks. 4. David Case gets loose be- fore a meet. 5. Back Row: Coach De Menna, Coach Hawkins, Susan Kenny, Bill Bennett, Adam Fuller, Sean Young, Pat Moore, Jason Ellenburg, Kent Huddleston, Edward Miller, Jeff Camp- bell, David Case, Jimmy Williams, Brent Goolsby, Mike Henderson, Coach Shes- key, Coach Stanton. Middle Row: Kelly Hall, Peter Weimer, Bob Ronde, Davis Parsons, Scott Eagan, Johnny Edmonds, David Lee, Mark Polke, Brad Gruhen, Ted Meihoffer, David McGaughy, Tris- tan Van Steien. Front Row: Jennifer Houghton, Grant Bannen, Doug O'Dern, Don Giles, John Staheli, Tim Huber. 6. Jason Ellenburg works his way over. 7. Jason has wings. 8. Winding up! 9. Jeff takes a long leap. 10. Nick gets angry. 11. Launch the shot put! 12. What form! 13. Jeff is setting new records. 14. Nick Wil- son lets it fly. BOYS VARSITY TRACK-81 ll llllllll V. GIRLS TRACK he Girls Varsity Track Team ran . away with top honors and a super record for . the 1987 season. The f victorious Raiders ' finished fifth in the county and fourth in the region. Coach Sheskey could not have hoped for a more dedicated team, "Pm very impressed with these girls, and our program continues to improve every year." The Lady Raiders formed an im- pressive bond of teamwork and spirit that lasted the entire season. Encouragement J!" F l , a PIIWER and support from teammates kept everyone racing for the finish line in top form. Lead sprinter, Sari Gruber, says, "Even though track is an individual sport, all the girls felt really close and worked together. It made the season special. "Highlights of the season included the state and region meets. The hard work paid off during the confrontation with one of their toughest rivals, Lassiter High School. The season culminated with the awards banquet where Laurie Yunger received coveted most valu- able runner. The friendships, unity, and teamwork led the Varsity Girls Track Team through another gold medal season. ,Sy,LTZ7,1, .1g,u.2zg,. M. , RLIQ, 82-GIRLS VARSITY TRACK V.. f I ,mfl,51 ,gg Fwy- w Me, :mA , 1 ""' K gl i ,Q . :nys , sex 4 f 3, . . 1 M F . . xi 'Y ' a s . 14 Q . - it ii ,L-A1 we 4 ' J 7 .gt i K M ' .M in . .,,,.. . . . K 9 Amana if 2 , 5 I " f W XX " V4 -1,9 42 at vw ia 4 1, 4, if MZ' 'f ,, L ,. ,H M I, in i . ,Z 4,2 af 0 ,ga ,,. ,g.,--rw gimme. 7 vw ,,.,., 1 , ,. V' Y- 91 f ,' 0 his I 8 . V ,.f I K . VVV HU 1' A Yiwu g ,QW 10 I 7 it U'l A l ,711 th DF! '47 ff,' N K .1 3 K 1. Melissa gives herself a boost. 2. Back Row: Coach DeMenna, Coach Hawkins, Melissa Edwards, Kristi Jennings, Heather King, Cathy Case, Tracey Fields, Dana Heisman, Mariken Ronde, Lindsey Highs, Coach Shesky. Front Row: Susan Kenny, Kelly Hall, Anne Marie Whitmer, Linda Clark, Cori Bo- lier, Julie Chisek, Emmy Strapp, Keri Jackson, Karina Johnson, Laurie Yunger, Stacie Eakes, Sari Gruber, Deb- bie Fox, Coach Stanton. 3. Shels up! 4. Julie Chisek takes it from the inside. 5. Raiders take the lead. 6. Heather King catches some radical air. 7. Cathy Case gives the discus a spin. 8. Julie Chisek moves to the front. 9. Leading the Pack! 10. She follows through! 11. Walton takes the turn in stride. GIRLS VARSITY TRACK-83 The Junior Varsity Cross Country team had a very suc- cessful season in 1987. The young runners showed a lot of promise, and they gained a lot of valuable experience. Under the leadership of Coach Bill Shesky and Coach Bob De- Menna, the JV team took the County championship and the Region Championship. This was a very determined group of athletes with a lot of spirit. A lot can be expected from these runners in the years to come. M..w-...R I R09 ' CUUNTRY A 1. Victory is a result of pure determina- tion. 2. Walton leads the pack. 3. Drew Hayes, Brad McLane, Matt Burrell, Ray Ringler, Adam Shepard, Derik Baugh, Everett Lloyd, Brian Ely, Steve Chisolm, Blair. 4. We're the best. 5. Walton girls- out in frontl 6. Here comes another Wal- ' ton victory. 7. Walton is off to a good ..., start. ,WN 6 . ltr g y c 0 .f I M 25, , mm 74.. ' . C C ,ii' 55 4 'infix pkg-,g.fr.,,,,,. R 'V T mm ' . -:mf 7 JUNIIIII VAll.'I'l'Y TR MIK , ., ' ,f lg... -...N . ..n-.. M 3.5552 ff LQALQ1: 8. Go Walton! 9. Back Row: Coach De- Menna, Susan Kenny, Brad Durham, Shawn Burnotes, Will Hakes, Billy VPapp, Tommy Nobis, Brian Mchalek, Allen Wade, David Parsons, Edward Miller, Jennifer Houghton, Coach Shesky Front Row: Coach Hawkins, Kel- ly Hall, Brad Mclean, Ray Ringler, Marc atz, Walter Colvin, Brian Paterson, erek Peterson, Tim Farmer, Drew ayes, Coach Stanton 10. Great handoff! 11. Hold everything! 12. A look of deter- mination 13. Long stride. 14. Get ready ...Getset... wg , i. vii. Hard work and determination helped the Junior Varsity Track team in their successful season. This deter- mination will contribute greatly as they progress to the varsity level. Coach Shesky did an excellent job coaching the Junior Varsity team. Ed Miller, Marc Katz, and Mark Polke motivated the team with their out- standing athletic abilities in track. The key to the exciting season was their team spirit and unity. JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK-85 'l'0P NIITCII IIUNNEIL' V BUYS ILC. n 1987 the Varsi- ty Cross Country team was faced with a big chal- lenge. After win- ning the state last year, the quest for the 87 Crown still re- mained. Coach Shesky started the workouts early and had the team ready for another exciting year. During the season, the team earned enough credits to place second in the Region. Following the Region meet, the team went on to come in just shy of the state titleg they earned an impressive third place. As the season ended, the team gained respect for the effort and time they had put into their sport. The banquet offered awards for key players on the team. The 1987 MVP for the season was Shawn Young. John Sprague won the hon- or of receiving the Coach's Award. Every runner on the team was rec- ognized as being a valuable asset to the team. With the end of the sea- son, runners now stay in shape for the upcoming track season so they can better themselves and their team. .WNW "'9l'll -e ,'T.?i1-. Q1 .gs A , - ,FF bf R 1 Q ...im ' 2 M-. J ' ' ,,,.,., , , or Y C 2 M-asafug inwmw f4..,..M..f..c1.,.,,,,f, a 86-VARSITY BOYS CRCSS COUNTRY md W! A G, Q V' . 1. -f .,. ' 4 '74 UVER THE HILLS --AND Tlllllll Gll TIIE WO0IL' ff like k,...,,. Q, . , -- . Q . , if 3? . , X, -- K wir Qui' 1 ,, is - ,E 12 94' . i ,V r u -'skank'-' .. V .. 124, . H .. , .2 .r Q B .Q , A .,. ' 1 4 x 55 y ...t . . ,XA Y X I '., . . - . .K I -.. g . Q ' 1 4 I gl' H 3 I -a s ' ' ' i gm 1 53" 1' wi 'A pf 2 I .. S D 'Y is - K',L - a- Q , ., qq,. 1. Derek Peterson is showing his correct form. 2 .... And they are off! 3. Raiders stay close together. 4. Raiders take the lead. 5. Ray Shephard and Marc Katz run together at a meet. 6. Front Row: Jen Houghton fManagerJ, John Sprague, Mark Katz, Derek Peterson, David Par- sons, Sean Jackson, Ed Miller, Adam Fuller, Tim Farmer, Susan Kenny CMan- agerb Back Row: Coach Bob DeMenna, Dwane Whiteside, Shane Arthur, David Lee, Mark Polke, Tristain Vanstrein, Brian Patterson, Ray Shephard, Sean Young, Coach Bill Sheskey 7. Sean Young has the edge. 8. We knew you could do it Raiders! 9. Ed Mi1ler-Get- ting momentum for the last stretch. VARSITY BOYS CROSS COUNTRY-87 RUNNING WILD I JL JO Jo Fllll ' I' I' 1 Jross country is a predominately in- dividual sport, however, Wal- ton's Varsity Girls Cross Coun- try team compet- ed together and grew as a team. The close friend- ships formed this season will con- tinue long after the races and practices have ended. The exciting season included many prestigious meets. The girls traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina for the Wendy's Invita- tional, and they captured honors at Clemson's Tiger Invitational. Walton is very proud of the Cross Country team, they were runner's up at the county and region meets and third place at the state meet. The stiff competition that the girls faced helped them grow and improve. The Most Valuable Runner was Susie Gardner, An- drea Chisolm captured the Coach's Award, and Karina John- son was Most Improved. The 1987 Varsity Cross Country ran away with top honors and a super sea- son. 88-VARSITY GIRLS CROSS CCUNTRY 5 , f' rzk ' . S 1 .1 .51 ji,-gj , I kk,k, . , .. K A .... if L QM- - . .J .gy ,W is Q - i as--Q as S S , it :sf 4 t A so ' we 1 W- . ,IKV I . - .. 'Hhs-. 6' - J ' Ls ' yg 5 -Y -fflss ge af-'Y sf Q -.. i i .?.WIE'VE 601' Wll YI' " " 3. I l l XKI 1 4 351. as 1. Karina Johnson-drained after the state meet. 2. Susan Kenny-how was the state meet? 3. Andrea Chisolm- Great Job! 4. Discussing stratagies for the run. 5. Julie Chisek is giggling with the group. 6. Front Row: CL-RJ Susie Gardner, Nichole Cortemanche, Kristin Hamilton, Sandra McCall, Keri Jackson, Karina Johnson, Stacy Eakes, Kathy Gilroy, Jennifer Daisy, Julie Chisek, An- drea Chisolm, Ream, Mariken Ronde Back Row: fManagerJ Jenn Houghton, Susan Kenny, Coach Bob DeMenna, Coach Bill Sheskey 7. What should we wear? 8. Better Hurry! 9. Nothing beats a great pair of legs. VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY-89 aw . Qs ,. ,M 'SL-..v oi- wsu! wc S! THE BEST 0F Wllr' VARSITY SWIM TEAM The Varsity 5 Swim Team U made it very evident that there is a lot of talent and abil- ity on the team. The girls swim team captain was Cecile King, and the co-captain was Natalie Byers. The guys swim was captain-Greg Wilder and co-captain-J ay Baxter. The div- ing team had captain Kristin Fer- rell and Johnny Hutton. Coach Inlow did an excellent job this year with continuing the Raider spirit. He led the girls to an undefeated season and the guys only loss was to Parkview. Vince Giambalvo and Cari Hiviz- dak were outstanding swimmers for the guys team. The top four divers this year went to Kristin Ferrell, Bethany Miller, Tammy Byers, and Stacey Montgomery. 251 .3 ,Lain -3 " . Rwfiwtll sit-524. 90-VARSITY SWIM TEAM -f ik, e if E Wllt' 'l' XKIZC PRIDE IW TIIEIRE CWIMMEIL' Iv'-. in 1. Top: Christian Giliatis, Ben Hilliard, Q Melissa Kenner, Jay Baxter, Stephanie A Morris, Erica Fuchs, Brad Mienders, 3 Carrie Sorrenson, Greg Wilder, Erica Sanderson, Carloyn Richardson, and Ce- cile King. Middle Row: Coach lniow, I Chuck Saleeby, Patrick Brannon, Kevin Reed, Robbin Ryan, Stacy Montgomery, Jeff Johnson, Leh Cheek, Julie Engle- bert, Ashley Stapleton, Carolyn Skeean, John Dukarm, Gigi Gill. Floor: Amy Deane CManagerJ Todd LaRue, Johnny Hutton, Robert Ortman, Trey Gross, Brett Stilling, Derek Papp, Matt Adams, Mike Mangin, and Michelle Dworek, 2. Coach Steve Inlow, 3. Coach Steve Christine Shapper, Erica Fuchs, and Ce- cile King enjoy practice. 4. Vince Giam- bolvo is ready for the meet. 5. Ready? 6. The Coach with Michelle Dworek, Amy Deane, Jeff Johnson discuss the team's work. 7. Regina Nagel and Carrie Sor- renson love swimming. 8. GO RAIDERS! 9. BREATH! 10. Smile Kerri! ttrt 1 A I J I 1 L it 1 1 'I 'I 1 l When asked about this season, head 73 !h T70 coach Bucky Boozer said, "There were no easy games this year. The way the regions are split up, our re- fljf X he Boys Varsity gion is a very tough one.', Even with ' 'G Soccer team gOt 8 the difficult region, Coach Boozer 'JJ l kick out of their sea- and assistant coach, Brad Smith, led ' son! They had little a great Walton team. Senior Paul if g J trouble living up to Freese also had an excellent year as the state title they had captured the pre- vious year. Walton e was the team to beat, but the Raiders out did their competition and claimed the re- gion title. Walton edged out Wheeler in the region Championship, and they con- tinued in the tournament until they were defeated by Redan in the state quarter finals. 1 L ,J .L , X the goal keeper. Junior Brad LaRue was named the teamls Best Stricker. Shad Santee led the team in scoring and was named the season's Most Valuable Player. Richard Terrell earned Best Mid-Fielder, while Mike Cash was awarded Best De- fender. The Coaches Award went to Robbie Hutto. 1. Front Row: Mike Fey, Payman Deljoo, Chris Keller, Trey Velco, Greg George, Brandon Burns, Scott Dugan, Brad LaRue, Richard Terrell, Tim Nale, Sean Jackson, Grayson Torbush Back Row: Coach Bucky Boozer, Grover Thomas, Chris Barbic, Justin Marshall, Robbie s s Hutto, Mike Kash, Shad Santee, Eddie Q Bodiford, Sean Adams, Jami Mann, Bil- ly Hines, Russ Watley, Paul Freeze, Coach Brad Smith 2. Coach Smith tries to reason with Shad. 3. Good form Greg George! 4. Pay attention guys! 5. Russ , Whatley practices hard. 6. Brad LaRue's game face. 7. Good team spirit! 8. Get ready-here I come! 9. Throw the ball Scott Dugan. 10. Shad Santee says, "Punch Him" 11. Look out rt9! 12. What anticipation! 13. Good save Paul Freeze! 14. Do those drills! ...wr- ,,.- -P 'J-'T -1-GE'l"l'ING A KICK 0U'l' 0F SIDCCER xs A, N' V TEAM F011 XLL TIMES V.GlllL.' CUCCER he first kickoff of the 1987 Varsity X Girls Soccer began a season filled with ex- citing games and " 1 many victories. Coach Seigal saw the girls triumph in the 1987 season and watched them devel- op as a teamg "The sense of teamwork and togetherness was the principle factor in the team's success." The sister team combination of Tara and Leslie Suder brought the team even closer. The girls' immense drive and soccer expertise 722 9 ,f ,f f . 2 A f f R a f? f Ii XASNV - - if pu 3 as Q E X . , 3 helped them defeat Lovett, a team which has always given Walton a tough workout. "The games definitely got more ex- citing and one could tell that the players were getting better." Two of the outstanding players, Leslie Suder and Erin Johnson, received soccer scholarships and proved that Walton soccer really pays! Everyone is looking forward to observing the skill and prowress of the Varsity Girl's Soccer team. 5 f f X 'N i . SN NV' S ' 9 iXix.xSQtft5i 5 I . . S ...u - 1 1. Throw it quick 2. Back Row: Coach Siegal, Lynn Heath, Susan Belmonte, Michelle Benak, Melinda Marland, Lau- ra Kalember, Julie Butler, Leslie Suder, Crista Olden Front Row: Erica Marble, J .J . Kane, Jeromie Keene, Aileen Foster, Tara Suder, Catherine Matheson, Tricia Eckert, Erin Johnson 3. The Sud sisters 4. Lookin' good 5. Coach Seigal discuss- ing game strategies 6. Tricia saves the ball 7. Nice pants Leslie 8. Great form! 9. What are you kicking Julie? 10. Knock her down. 11. Go Raiders! 12. Julie is looking tough. 13. What is the look for Erica? . 94-GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER Q-i':r'f'+ .... X 1 R . s .KKQ lf .pm-sw iii! 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Back Row: Fernando DeAguero, Bobby Ortman, Dennis Rear- don, Rayan Cameron, Mark Adkins, Chris Steele, Brian Sullivan, Tony Tyr- ell, Matt Stewart, Dirk Bockleman, Mike Vice, Bren Avery, Chris MeMahon, Steve Small, Coach Brad Smith Front Row: Mark Harrison, Ivo Orfanelli, Tommy Williams, Casey Howard, David Waters, Jason Chandler, David Steiner, Gregg Corban, John Nale, Ted Flynn tPeter Kappl 4. Boot it 5. Hey-he is on your team! 6. John is in control 7. Just kick him 8. Coach Smith gives some helpful hints 9. Get 'em Casey! 96 K, .N ig ,... . g . Q . . .. I A ma y V, Sf" A 3 ii K .ikjgkrii f ...............k...5i K f A I i ' ....e..f .. J f . .N . . 'wi-I . . if ' . .11 N . X1 ' 1 a n ' ,.,a,Ag.0 ' , , g, - ,js ii - 'fre . .. Mai, KL -.E-:af Q f. . . 1 .. -35 5 'J J J fist . ' 'lg ,,- ,L K fx 4 ' ' ' 9' " . 5' .. . . My Q: - t . .Q-if 3 Q . k - 3'-pl . t an 1 X I gk S ... 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Merit 11 CHRISTINA SCHAPER-Basketball 12 CHRIS SCHEAFBAUER-Jr. Civitan 12, Super Seniorsg Young Life 12 VALERIE SCOTT'Arrive Alive 10, FBLA 12, French Club 9,10,1, Super Seniors: Young Life 9,10,11,12, Track 10 RAY SHEPPARD-Cross Country 10,11,12, Track 10,11,12 MISSY SNARR-German Club l0,11, fTreas.l,123 Jr. Civitan 12, Model U.N. 11,12, Bee- keigball 9, Tennis 10,11,12g Language Honor l.0,11,12 CAROLINE SMITH:-Beta 11,12, SGA 12, Super Seniors, Thespians 10, Young Life 9, Cheerleader 9,10,11,12, Language Honor 11,12, Who's Who 12 HAYDEN SMITH-eAnnual 10,11,12, FCA 9,105 Interclub Council 12, SGA 9,113 Spanish Club 11, Super Seniors, Young Life 9,10,11,12, Cheer- leader 9,10,11,12, Swimming 9 KAREN SMITH-FHA 12, Jr. Civitan 11,12, Pride 9,103 Super Seniors, Young Life 9,10,11,12, Tennis 10,l1,12 RENEE SMITH-Beta 11,12, Class Officer 12 Who 11,12 , SHANNON STAPLES-Annual lik Beta 12, Jr, Civitan 12, SGA 12, Spanish CLub 12, Super Sen- iors, Young Life 9,10,11,12g Language Honor 12 KELLY STEELE-Basketball 9,10,12, Volley- ball 9,10 JOE STERNAGLE-'Arrive Alive 10,1 1,123 Latin Club 9, Super Seniors, Young Life 10,11,12 MEME STOWERS-Beta 10,11,12, Literary Magazine 12: French Club 9,10,11,12, Latin Club 10,11,12, National Honor Society 11,12, SGA 9, Super Seniors, Thespians 9,10,1l,12, Young Life 9, Basketball 95 Governofs Honors 10 INom.l,11g Language Honor 10,11g Congressional Youth Leadership Council BRENT SUDDATH-Class Officer 9, FBLA 12, Latin Club 9, Super Seniors, Young Life 11,12, Basketball 9,10,11,12, Cross Country 9, Football 9: ANDREA SUMPTER-Chorus 11, SGA 125 Thespians 10,11,12, Track 10, Govemor's Honors 12 DAVILYN SWEET-'Arrive Alive 10, Pride 9,10, Super Seniors, Thespians 9,103 Young Life 12 AMBER SWITZ-French Club 9, FHA 12, Jr, Civitan 9,123 Math Club 9, Super Seniors, Young Life 9,10,11,12g Cheerleader 9,10 LISA TATE-Art Honor Society 11, Super Sen- iors, Science Fair 9 KIMBERLY TESTA-Concert Band 11,12, Marching Band 9,10,11,12 CAssoc. Con.l, National Honor Society 11,12 Science Club 12, Super Seniors, Symphonic Band Senior ans 9,10,11,12, Governofs Honors 11, Language Honor 9,10,11,12, 4.0 Club 123 SHARI TUCKER-Chorus 10,1112 MALONE TUMLIN--Literary Magazine 101121- terclub Council 12, Jr. Civitan 12, Latin Club 11 fV.P.l,12g Chorus 9,10,11 iSecJ, Pride 9, Super Seniors, Theapians 10,11,12: Young Life 12 A Drama 11 lV.P.l,12 fPres,l HEATHER UNDERWOOD-Class Officer 10 CSec.l, DECA 12 lV.PJ, Inter-club council 10, Jr. Civitan 10.12, Pride 9,10,SGA 9,10,11, Spanish Club 10, Super Seniors, Thespians 10, Soccer 9,l.0,12, Caxnpaigners 12, Senior Rep CHRISTINA VAN DEUSEN--National Honor Society 10,119 Super Seniors, Language Honor 10,1 1,12 JULIE VAUGHAN-Arrive Alive 11, FBLA 12, Chorus 9, Pride 9,103 Super Seniors, Young Life 10,1l,l2, Cheerleader 10,11, Language Honor l0,11,12 MIKE VAUGHN-ROTC 9,I0,11,12 TREY VILCO1-wSoccer 10,11,12 RICHARD WAGNER--Football 9 SEAN WALLACE--French Club 113 Super Sen- iors, Young Life 9,10,11,12, Football 9,10,11 NIKKI WALTERS-Super Seniors, Young Life 12, Campaigns-rs 12 LESLIE WARD-Pride 9,105 Super Seniors, Young Life 11,12 SHANAN WARD-ROTC l1,12!Chorus 9,10,11 PAUL WARFEL-Super Seniors CHRISTINE WATSON-'FBLA 12: Young Life 9,10,11,12 Scoop. ANNA WILLIAMSON-Arrive Alive 10 lTreasJ,11 lPres.l,12 fPres.l, Interclub Council 11,12, Jr. Civitan 11 MATT WILLIAMSON:-5Baaebail 9,103 Baskete ball 9,10,11,12 KATIE WILSON-Jr, Civitan 12, Pride 9, Super Seniors A ' in NICK WILS0N4Super Seniors, Football 9,,10,l1,i2g Track 11,12 JON WITSCHY4-Beta 11,12, Interclub Council 12, Key Club 10,11,l2 QPres.l: Football 10,11g Wrestling 9.,10,12 m DAPHANE WOTRING-Pride 10,11,12g Super Seniors, Arrive Alive 12, DALLAS WREGE-Beta 10,113.23 4.0 Club 12, lnterclub Council 12, Jr. Civitan 11,12, Key Club 10,11,12 fSec.l, Latin Club 9 KHP, 10,11 fV.P.l,12, Marching Band 10,11,12g Math Club 9,111,111,125 Math Team 9,10,11 fPres.l,12 iPres.JNational Honor Society 11,12, Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Pride 12, Science Team 12, Super Seniors, Symphonic Band 9,10,11,12, All-State Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Governor's Honors 10, Language Honor 9,l0,11,12, 9 National Merit 11, Science fair 9: Who's Who 11,12, Jazz Band 9,10,11,12 SHAWN YOUNGMFCA 9,10,11.12, Model U.N. 123 Super Seniors, Young Life 9,10,11,12, Cross Country 9,10,11,12, Track 9,l0,11,12, Who's Who 11,12, Campaigners 9,1o,11,12 JAMIE WILKERSON-Pride 12, SGA 12: Super Seniors, Young Life 12, Soccer 11, Grchestra 10,1 1 CHANDRA FLETCHER-DECA 11,12, French Club 9,10,l1,12 fSec.l,Super Seniors,Thespians 12, 3-gg :-F : ...,-. :..E-:f :a:-m:- :122-'::rrP::-':-:5- 5-::-..f.-,.. - "If-'If 515 'I:-'-E7::',, , ' - , -.,E5'f :a F' 2ifIf'EE.'-EL:-ii :,'-'-R-:ali l ::1::E'i1.'-f:.i'1. ?i"EiEv ff? 4- ......... .- -'ff 113-5'-5. 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REMEMBERS-dinner at Beth's house, same field at Ga. Tech, S. fit's time to eat? spend- ing time with Harold, SONG-Cry Little Sister, KRISTINA LACEY-Stink. Kim W. bang your noggin. I forgot. Dad I had another wreck. FOUND WITH-CA, SM, BC, CW, KW, KH. LIKES-Mexican food, parties, Ga. Southern, Rudy lmy dog3. REMEMBERS-football games, SONG-17 days. MICHELLE LUCKIE-Mish. Shabadoo. FOUND WITH-the Lobas and Gregg. LIKES- beach, lake, mountains and a night on the tfown. REMEMBERS-spring break, Fla. Southern and Coiarado. SONG-I Think We're Alone Now, U Got the Look, Jive Talkin' ROBIN LYNN-Rob, Bird, the Robber. Na uhh! S0 where are we going now? AU weekends! PC Europe, ski trip '86, the "Perimeter Race Marshy and Lion, Trabjaba! Flame! Flame! SONG-If You were Here. HEATHER MACBEYwFether, Hedder had a fedder, Heath, Smacky. No, You are a cool mas- ter! FOUND WITH-Gretch, Maggs, Doug. LIKES-parties, REMEMBERS-friends. SONG-Fascinated. STUART MACPHEE-"Sex, drugs, violence and rock 'n' roll-It's America" LIKES-U2, cy- cling, summer. REMEMBERS-spring break '87. SONG-Drowning Man. JAMI MANNWNQ doubt. You I spit on. Hey you get your chance. FOUND WITH-the soccer lads around C hell. LIKES-wild parties, music. RE- MEMBERS-spring break and Europe. SONG- amything by Led Zeppelin, JOHN MANSOUR-Beep, Jone, John-ee, Short- re GN Stud ay? I re t t beach. riende MCQU Human what s J Q LIKE ple s Donov Ba BRAD tle ' R1 WITH swimm ping. Eve, ALIS ds hairspray. REMEMBERS-spring and summer 87 weekends with Marshall. G anything by Led Zeppelin. OM MCKNlGHT+Tomo, Skeeter, Tiger the Hilarious. I don t know. What did you m so tired. FOUND WITH-Torn, Vic, Chris Davis, Brandon at Chevron. IKES'-soccer parties durms snow skiing REMEMBERS-Q-spring break Hi-I with SONG-+Stairway to Heaven. SCOTT ILKEN-Iceman Spoof McWi1kina, the Highlight Film. I II kill you. Wake up. Sa your point? FOUND WITH-TM Suda bert Boz MF Reef Hines Sem, Ottis. S-basketball parties, wearing other peo- clothes girls, rap music bass. REMEM- BERS PC spring break basketball season Mrs. an s class. SONG-L.L. COOL J-Im MEINDERS-Tag B BAM Spoiled Lit- ch Kid II LB. I dont know. FOUND -Amy, Kathy, Rob. LIKES-friends, ing, swim meets, parties, traveling, shop- REMEMBERS-swim meets, New Year's Europe, Walton and Crestwood proms. SONG-THE LOVED CNE. A MEYER-Squig, AJ. Alright. Thank que. E away : .,.., , my " 25253 - :mm 4 Q E mm? Ev ,E - ' W afar: ---- Q: -re :::'..':'::,.: -..WT fi -------- .,..... . - My ' fi? z'2r:2::f:f EE 2 ...... . ,S - - ---- I .:.'."f,'E:5:::g.',E2 QE ,, . E-13.45 5 ..., ---- ' gig V S :-Sp, 222 xiHf3'25.1s5:'eef LiE.5':'Z 953'-.f:.:,e-.E:.z:7r'fir ' ,.,. -- 2 iz , " """ .II,E- ----- I -3 . ' ' -'Fu ' 5jEif.I,'I:I:.I' giqv, lj5j':,.5bfI,I:II- :kg -: -I :'E-'1"'.f3E:1:.AE 'E:: . f".'::,1v""f' F:-ff.':92.5:'E'f 5.2.f::. -5' gif?-'.f1:"' : '. ""' .7- .-,.-.-.- "'f',:: ....... ., ...- .-,. 2 i:iE:E? .... 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REMEMBERS-parties, summer, spring break, X-MAS break, Thanksgiving holiday, teacher workdays, my birthday. BECKY NORTON-Beckster, Hawg, Grace, Boom-boom, Beaker. No, we're just friends. I guess! Wah! We rule! FOUND WITH-'Chick-ffik a with the crew, Spence, Frick, Crispy, GWE ev- erywhere, EBCer'a at EBC, football games or breakfast with the guys. LIKES-'Jesus Christ, New Song, EBC, Diet Coke, dancing in the rain. REMEMBERS-X-MAS '86, EBC ski trip '87, choir tour, Rio SCOTT NOVELLAS-Velli, Bubba. FOUND WITH-Wagster, Matthew, seanzi, Mus. LIKES-water skiing, snow skiing, parties, fun, football games. REMEMBERS-lake Lanier x R .5 ,A L . w 55 snow days, Jan. 25. SONG-Mony Many. ee. Excuse me, Anyways, Shure, PH 'cake YOU Ya. Looove. FOUND WITH-CS, ES, KS, KR, summer, great summer nights. SONG-any Phil WHITNEY LAFON-Sandy, Whit. D0 it. D0h't home. FOUND WITH-Mont havin a me- AM at senior arties. LIKES- arties, YL Calling, yn g P P 1 guys: go! No way. FOUND WITH-RL, SM, LA, PL, chanical problem, hawdng a risking time with spring break. REMEMBERS--friends, Windy JENNIFER O'BRIEN-Jenn, the Ripper, Je1y. CK, KJ, LW, HH. LIKES-play tennis, go out, Disco Brat the Assork, and Pez fwith his loving Gap. SONG-I Had The Time of My Life. bean, River Rat, Bandit, Dude! , This place is PHTW, 185' 0110- REMEMBERS-f-PC, lake, Mar' concubinel. LIKES-love, passion, pasta, intel- BETHANY MILLER-Bethy, Bunny, Princess. beat! Buzzing. FOUND WITH--Neecy, Lori-Li, garitaviile, LW party, summer '87 Iect. REMEMBERS-12th row Pink Floyd! Awesomeh Can I have one? I have to go to the Angi, Stef, at river, Hobbs Leg, Seany, LIKESQ- CAROLYN LAMUNTAGNE-Bumper, the SONG'-All my Love. bat mi FOUND WITH--Paddy, SW. RH, BQM, parties, surfing, hanging out, REMEM. Mountain. I failed that test. What? I missed ii. STACY MARTIN--Stac. No Way, Got any gum? BC, at MS house and everywhere. LIKES-div- BERS-Coach Hawkins' class, football games, FOUND WITH'-Missy, Kimothy, Chuck Li at Guess what! It's hip! FOUND WITH--Whit, ing, parties, Tech, Motel 6, beach. REMEM- pm-Lies with friends, SONG-Lookin'For 5 New DQ,movies, football games. LIKES-basketball, Rob, and H.I-I. in Buckhead. LIKES-parties, BERS-diving meets, most of New Year's Eve. Love. chocolate, music, Coke, Tom Selleck. SONG- beaches, the Cape, me. REMEMBERS-spring Holiday Inn. SONG-Here l Go Again, I Just MARYBETH O'KELLEY-Spook. FOUND anything by U2 01' Beatles break, AU weekends, ski trip, the perimeter race, Died In Your Arms. WITH-C. and Lisa at the locker jam. LIKES- CHRIS LANDIN-Master Thespian, The Card. the Bird Mobile, Marshy and Lyon. SONG- MA MOLMER-Big Gird, BG, Momo, Mole music, parties, Jay, PC. REMEMBERS-pc. TIL'-Si me PHI 8 Pr0f6SSi0haL Friends, Romans, Good Times. Man, ralph. You're dum! You got any gum? Stop SONG-Cry Little Sister. eountrymen.Can yousay money,boys and girls'?I SHANNON MASSE-Sharmy K, Shann-own, it!P1ease?Justkidding!FOUNDWITI-I-the Big DOUG ODOM-Dug, FOUND WITH-Chris, . gy f ig! g g mliilhe Gf6Hd,,EQ?QwHI1d Shay. ,TES is gp, gay. FOYUILID WITH-Greg, Sig, Karate Dave, Rusty, Tomy Waste, Gremlin, Taffy, Michelle. LIKES-parties. Q 5 " n ' "" i ' V' 'W Z5 E S, Q ig , ,. ,,i, 4 1,.,. V I , Y : ,,,, - 2 ,,., . , li W N E ggi 1 Q 5 ' ,1 1 . ,- ---- -In -5- ff --f-------- : w , " :.:.ff2' -.1:1e:s:1 -' .,,. , : sl W ""' ' 'ff.p..,:f'- - zfifiiiiiiiW:-E-'iriirv 2-ff .:,. , H ,Q -'i ifggiw 5 .m i :Q-,g X -A 'Q if ,- wfiiiw ::1:-52-Ai' vgags'.4:,fa:?5..g: :,. 2 :ga-gf ,Q :Q .,.. .Z .. .. x.- :Ez-5-x...g:,:.::.:..:-5 , -1, :::-5:5 : S, g-fx 1 X f: frafgiix- -.-ff 5 ,--- 3 ,N E .-::,: ws- Q5 if 2 " ' """ i X 52. X3 43 H - bib fig '4'6 ' . 1 F 5 ' . Q 2 , , ...., N15 323- m "" gg f ,.,. .. 5 , QE , 3 E 2- my ,f M QA-- ..,.. : -.'A f pecan American Fitness Cen- ter. LIKES-red jeeps, Mexican food, whipped eream, salt, Pizza Hut breadsticks, beach, the Peachtree. REMEMBERS-summer '87 at Casa Fiesta, staking out Juan's house CPort-o-pottil SONG-Kiss Me On the Bus. MIKE VAUGHAN--Rambo. What's up? FOUND WITH'-Scott Shane, Keiii. LIKES- Top, this it's for my car, SONG-In Rich. ty. Lee, PMP shop concert songs. WEINER-Ace, Flyman, Wormburner. FOUND WITH-Jeff the track, David Case in the and DQ. LIKE-S--running, partles, lay out, have fun, go out, beach, ski slopes, water ski, REMEMBERS-spring break, state track meet. , CHRIS WEYRAUCH-Rock, Roo, Rauch, Fash- ion Victim. Everybody! invited. All these girls, women everywhere! Good deal! Are you driving tonite? FOUND WITH'-MA, PD, DS, MV, BS, SR, TM, TE, CS, MZ, SJ, DW, TS, MST, DA, MAM, DD, LF , SA, M-Roo, GG, TT, DW, KE, DB, MH, SS, JS, CVH, KB, JD, Ovid, ET, Pete, CR, SS, BC, CM, SB, MV, ST at movies, DQ, gymset. LIKES-fast cars, good times with friends, hotel parties, wild women, mousse ilots of ity, famous Bucky quotes, clothes, rockin' mail- boxing. REMEMBERS-'spring break, football games, gymset parties and friend , trenching 14 yards with DW, river with Lassiter cheerleaders, Trsy's house Fri. moming Dodgen Fri. night, Love but og. soccer balls teams. e Park food guys, to for Geta c ue and KATHY WILSON-Katie, Kathleen. FOUND WITH-CT, MB, LK. LIKES-food, skiing, beach. REMEMBERS--Spring break, UGA, Su- gar Mountain. SUNG-Lunatic Fringe. JOHN WITSCHY-Witch. We have a test to- day? FOUND WITH-Read, Goose, Mac at Mer- chant's Walk, LIKES--everything. REMEM- BERS-spring break, being with friends. SONG'-You Really Got Me. DAPHNE WOTRING-Daph, FOUND WITH-Julia, Donna, at Town Center, Rebecca at DQ. LIKES-football, guys, UGA, Scarlett fmy clogl, London and the beach, REMEM- BERS-spring break '87. SONG-anything by Crowded House. DALLAS WREGE-Dalho, Fletch, The Domi- nant One, I love eggs. Thank you so much. I hope your kids have buck teeth! FOUND WYFH--Rob, Wade, Kev, along with the rest of the NBC or- chestra on Late Night. LIKES-beaching, the sun, random babes. SONG-More than a Feeling. and Toro mall 3.1--Q 'Z' l s 4 ' ken. AM nh M. 1. ke .3 , M-fefrsssm. Sowing Om to THE CLASS 0F '89 ilii NAME: Mary Beth Transue " PERSONALITY SUM UP: Im , :,f: f an easy going friendly person who gifjggjfjgggigi likes to have fun with my friends. I also care alot about my grades. BIGGEST I NFL UEN CE: All the students at Walton have had an in- fluence on me because they helped me realize the type of person I Want to bef, HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "It EI5EQ5i5iig'g'fiEi:,.: means getting ready to choose a college. It means more freedom and new experiences, and also alot of fun." Erica Abood -A f , John Adkins f A, . Mark Adkins Q 2 a- 1 . f- bw' Gi' QW f X :iff wif +1 I V R1 I vis' , J mei my I5 wif .Q y, Lynne Aery , ' ' W f Leigh Aiken ,,,, qv , , . V , A 711 ttrr A ri J. Heather Alters 4 'f p gf Karl Anderson V Jeff Anderson A+' x 1 ' ' ,. , Q . 4 Q , s 'W I Ill A R 'I gf' J I i"i I 4 Derek Applegate , I , l Jason Arcangeli A Holly Archer ' Q ' James Arnold 3 ,-i W Alan Arvesen Scott Ash Scott Ashton Lori Askew 156-JUNIORS f sig 3 -if! f ' 45' ' H H ' M, A 'LQ 9' ' NW 'L 'S ar Z' MK. W f c s. 1 5, V .f. ,a Y 11 ' ., we . X t.f:.,. 2 M t , 7 .V , 1. 1 , . "" '1 'A ' 'Hw- n f tm. ,,,' A ' :l'f ' , L Qlxi, ,,,.i,-' . "",, 3 .5 f -me if 2 ,,1l,- e- ' ll N. Xxx? 'Hurd ROY! NEW S 3? X., es .xx 1. Will Stephen Clay Be- come the next Mr. Rogers? 2. Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? 3. "But he dumped his entire tray!" 4. Can you repeat the ques- tion? 5. "No way, bull!" 6. We are siarnese, if you please . . . 7. Jason is the "King of the Jungle" Grr! I f IH . I . ,.,- A 1 z .Jr e ., . 'H ' ff fu - f r ,... H . .3 ' 1. . inf' -E95 kr ' if , ff f K 4 2 A ,I 6 Q v .1s.,f.- f 1 " ,i., 1?N .ff L ,Q f -w My .z. A .t f 6 1 Sl 'V' Wi fe f' 4' x if f fi 3 I 4,5 L gg. ,Ng Q, . -A " . , .. t its gi 5. at af ' 5 ff" 4 vw! 4 Mn. fl. Laura Aversano Melissa Avery Tracy Babiasz Trip Bakun Mark Baldwin Nick Banchero Molly Baroco Steven Barrow Jennifer Bass Michael Baugh Adele Baxter Jay Baxter Jennifer Behm Erin Bell Jose Benavides Dan Benedict Ryan Berg Stacie Berkowitz David Berman .ff :ii . siii it e J , , . ,Q 5 Q at . 1 ff 4 ' J ' . Wm' Danielle Bernier Greg Bertils Mike Bingham Chris Bisbee Tina Blackmon Tara Blahnik Dirk Bockelman Cori Bolier Kathryn Booth Brian Borchers Michelle Bouchard Matt Brachowski Jason Bradford Kim Branca HITTING THE BO0KS Leslle Bregulla LISS Brooks Tommy Brooks KIlSt1H Brown Tom Bruce Kelly Brumbelow Steven Brunton 'x t ' . . -- . . We at -1 - .,,5."'Exz,'s,, J -' -f -M...s.x.tsx., t. : ,sie -. ' L,- i Q., l 1:-2, r N as C, at rr,rr we X an t. 1,, r . u QI., Q .N bb! 'K' N Dean Buccl Brian Buck Chrlsty Burkett Brad Burklow f- -an ff Tony Burnham ..u,bLni""' , it .Q I Julie Burrow Michael Buss Jeff Butler Matt Buttimer Maureen Buttimer 5, r .. it Q , kr kr, was W' John Buzzel Chris Caban Mlchelle Cable Chena Calvert Warren Carmon John Carter Matt Caseman Chrlsty Cash Kate Castle t'C .L Ki' ,:, ' , l 1.t . rg L Jklr .1 B if 5 QE K A E : L fi ,,.t- 1' 3 gs! gr i t s 'N f 35 as if IEW! J! sl! s Ba Ra Lf I -I. KN AC Ce Pr an Th Pa N Todd Chalk f i Charlie Chamberlain Jason Chandler John Chastain Tricia Chin Q? . if-1'-J ' 'ex 'S .. .4 Eg . is . -sf ' J., . '- , Julie Chisek 1. Y s X' x ' I J .. David Clark Stephen Clay Julie Clayman J Susan Clelland Betsy Coats 9 Marci Coe I af. ,-1 I. 4 - gg is g NAME: Alison Lawton PERSONALITY SUM UP: "I think that I'm a pretty nice person. I try to get along with everyone." BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My good friend Gretchen Payne. She's really helped me through some rough times." HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "There's only one more year left!! I'm much more powerful than the little baby freshman and the ador- ably annoying sophomores!" if ii . ....,., S S., A e in 'gs i ff ,. X, 'T a Q' ariz 5 E stots si an -r-' ",-'- iii. l-V a I -K M' ff. " -+ I 'K J ' A .ff I . .,Vi 1 1 tii!-! s 3 Q iw! 1 an Q. 1 - Qw1f':fff:a.f..f1 Angie Coker Jeff Colier Libbie Collier Chris Colvin Eric Combs Suzanne Conlan Karen Conners Kristin Conrad Shelley Cook Gregg Corban 1. 'Is this Woman for real?" 2. Meg and Kim-What are you smiling about? 3. "And she thinks I'm kidding." 4. Julie Lenegan says, "What's so great about him?" 5. Shannon is ready for Show and Tell! 6. Phil-the future chemist. 7. A'Work, work, work, that's all I ever do! 8. "Just give me ten more minutes and I'll know it." 9. "Are you really going to print this?" J UNIORS-159 E QL 963 KN. 5 24 ...qw ,.mw.w, ,, .,.k W Q- M9 " "F'f7"U'f4 'R of-wgf XXXIN Inf! J U X - A al -D ,yi,..3x",x, X ,f8,",f?yVl,-lla,-nfl! Irff- ' 4 'JL w , JU IOR 414' .GN . IP' .W...,.WW 2 ? ,M , A+,-,M 5 I ......,,,,,,,,,, I ,. ........ 5, t. I kwin' mpg.. f , " Q 7, . , ,H M 12' l 2 JUNIORS-161 SUCI L EXPRESSIIIN S Kathleen Cotter Anna Covington Brian Cowart Rob Cowie Kim Cox Mara Craine Amy Crepeau Sean Crockett Corey Crogan Jennifer Crow Paxton Culpepper Mark Cummings Elizabeth Currier Samantha Dabney Amy Davidson Mattias Davidsson Cathy Davis John Davis Kelly Davis Paul Davis P.J.Davoudpour Jeff Day 1? N? I 2 V ., t,l: I , E ' 1 - ailael J. NAME: Stacie Berkowitz PERSONALITY SUM UP: "I like to take life one day at a time. Pm always looking for something new and fun to do." BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My best friend, Kelly, because I trust her and her judgement more than anyone else's." HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "It means, first of all, that we're almost therela' But also it means that our highschool years are almost over and in a few years our life will have changed so much." gf fi nf f i 'Q fi I fx A lax. he ea 'W' J .Ji s I fa K I M ,.. 191 -'N....,f 3 VV., f aigy I x . f . 6. wi 'g :H N , i The ' stef , v-Q 31? gk , ,, X a, , ' J " 4 W, .' LM i If , ,.,. f We f , M' f . L4 I Z9 ,, , ,lb X ,r i. Kathy Day Patrick Day Amy Deane Olivia Jane Decker Daphne Deese Michelle DeMott John Denemark Jeff Deputy Tad Deriso Dean Devenie Paul Devigne Scott Dickerson Jennifer Didio Curt Disser iv, 1 , Z: H' ' ' 42 9 1 Shawntel Dixon Mark Douglas David Dozoretz Heather Dreese WW J JJe . 1, if 1 " i " ff t eflf I ef ' wa , Un-M M 4.4, 4' 521, ' x 4 x f if rggway' me ,mm , My gg 71 X . ff X X ,Q ,i Q iiri ,W Q S fm 2. i Meredith Dutter Shawn Eaton Kim Eberhart Tricia Eckert Matt Edelstein Jason Edwards 1. What did you do this time? 2. Look how clean Julie's locker is! 3. "So I said . . . " 4. "I know you are, but what am I?" 5. "Earth Cathy, come in .-if-vi Cathy!" 6. Mad Dog! Mad - Dog! Ruff! 7. Relax Julie, it will not be Monday for- ever! Lara DuBose Alexandra Duchene Jeanette Dudas Scott Dugan Jason Dull Scott Duncan Sean Dunn ' E GOT CLASS Melissa Edwards Jason Ellenburg Shannon Elliott Allison Etheridge Mark Everly David Faber Rick Fader David Fancher ,al P M. . 'Q 4 it t at I M. , 'X as-I a 3 V AY A is af xx Us LV f 1 Q23 , l . N , , rrt, iq frrrt a 3 I y- . If - .f U .- 'M .. Matt Fancher 'S I by V 1 - ,I I Christy Farmer ig , ti i n I Tim Farmer 5 V I F Q Treena Farmer F 5 ilii'ii ' ' I I Y .. K Heather Fausti ,:,, '- Z X Kristina Fehrenbach R it ' EHERICNIJ-gg, Tracy Fields A . Andy Fisher fn. dwg ' Jamal Fischman W ' 3 5- ' David Fisher I -I Shelley Fleet I K Javier Fletcher illf .,e. M - ' sw ell: K X totte Steve Foltz David Foster David Fox R . 4 fi NAME: Michael Lumpkin PER S ONA LI T Y SUM UP: "I am my- self. That's the best I can be and that is alll want to be." BIGGEST INFLU- ENCE: "Shannon Myers has been a great friend." HIS JUNIOR YEAR MEANS.' "My junior year is the year to really begin. I've messed until now." -J UNIORS x 'Ss v- vf'-, g' X A-f ii .... t ss 1i7 -1, - N- , an N , Q 4 , aa, ew .. 3 X l K L, 35? wg Kristina Frank Marc Freedman David Fryer Lambeth Fuller a aff' Nicholas Gaffga Bruce Galik Susie Gardner Dave Garrett Don Gatlin Patty Jo Geisel Katie Ghawi Tricia Gilbert GiGi Gill Danna Gillespie 99' 'X Q wi ' s an J as at Stacey Gilsdorf Tony Goicolea Jeff Goldt Robby Gonzalez Kathe Gorder 1. "Gemini, and you?" 2. "Are you sure it's dead?" 3. "Yes David, we see your double chinlll 4. "Sure she's cure," says Justine, "but if you touch her you die!" 5. "And he speaks too!" says Tracy. 6. "What are you looking at?" 7. Ra- cheal says, "Can you be- lieve this guy?" pam ullrettin A Pie A to 99 0 1011 166-JUNIORS ww. ,ASQ f fx, I A ,., A J, K! Y A A , ,. 2 ,A fx- M A K' ' , A, VA, X' ' VM f ,rgr MLA .ykr AVVV, 2 fy, ,x 'N fx 4 'X , 'N A . A, A my VJ A K, ' z E WVU 5AQfsEMMQ'NS5kQW91A9'RawSi2R'iZ??.-?,?WZaWiEQvS'?S3'eE'8 553SE3CE ?3?EK?a?Eiik3x SSEEWXSESBWSBNXESHESXYM 3 SEQXSSAEEABQWYAQESQSWQQQSXKW 5'?E"i3SE2S1?63'i THREE D0 , E T0 Todd Gorsuch A A Paul Gosselin A 'Z A Amanda Gravely Matt Green Pam Greene Alicia Greenspan iss' 2? , , ' Richard Greenwood l ee,,L ' Brent Grernellion iii" I Q V 'g 55 Wifi: Mike Grigsby I Amy Grose Jennifer Grubbs Kathryn Guffin -f Robb Haberman Will Hakes Jennifer Hale ir 5 H w , Jessica Han Q ,ZL ie,g 'ell i I' A NAME: Adele Baxter PERSONALITY SUM UP: "I like to laugh, get fu- rious easily, have no pa- tience when it comes to Al- gebra Il, shopping, is my passion, and I like doing whatever I want." BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Amy King HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "One step closer to graduating." 168-JUNIORS xf ,a S f 1 .- ,si s , ' , I ieei kllir I. .e,, 53' 'i l isi ' if Es, I K 3 ,z f,., NSS? ,E It ,,,i1 . W -'t,, as R I ,,,. , in , S in J? Michael Hall 'F David Hammer -.K WvWW,,,c,M,W.WJf 1 ,ff 1 5:,,, Brian Hammond Justine Hansen . 1 fl ,M , Mi, X ' l- 1' - . .Q,ff?51Qg.'2v 5 no y 'A N r 1 Y vim 'YZEQSE 5 if 5' :EE Ll L ,, M V, Viiyihggx 7 5 ., , is X f. 1' f Qi liE 'I lf,- A. . . ng-8,3 ,if K! rf " . 0 ...M QQ ' Q W f ' l L ' v f 4. ? Freddle Hanson Kelly Harmon Sue Harrls Klm Harsh ' Brent Hart 4 Mehssa Hartley X Ronnle Hass Stacle Hawklns Dan Hayes Lester Heavner Dann Heldt DaII1l He1nr1ch Bllly HGIDZ Shannon Helms Kara Henry Mlchael Herman Cam111e Hlcks 1. Sean Penn taught us ev- erything we know. 2. What's up guys? 3. Is this a class or a Coppertone ad? 4. "Yeah, OK!" 5. Trois jeune filles, dehors. 6. Show us your Crest best! 7. Sara is swell. Stephame Harrlson R1chard Haygood Dana Helserman Mike Hilton Steven Hines Robert Holman Robin Holman Amy Holmes John Holmes Mike Hord Katherine Horton John Hough Jen Houghton Casey Howard Matt Howard Anita Howarth Jennifer Hoydu Lindsay Hughes Tony Hull Kari Hummel Tricia Hummer Ian Hunter Johnny Hutton Scott Hux IT'S ALL IN A LO0K ing! Y ZS , 45 Q x 2 he . ..,,,,. ' 1 ' A ' -1 1 J Mike Irwin Mark Isphording Laurie J ablow Kerri Jackson Shari Jackson Doug Jacobson Rob J enacova Chad Jennings Kristi Jennings Stacey Jenson Beth Johnson Eric Johnson Jeff Johnson 170-JUNIO Y: f QQ J at V it J ',,'il'.r1f' 1 VVAVV - , J .W ylii,i, 1.1 i, J i it ea I W gs, WA- W, 1 Q v. 1 " A ,VM 1 , 4' I I I .mx Wg ' ' f at 1' QL' "1 '? lv , vw ' 4'7" ' l f 'f 1i ,f..s,f f- 4 " ii -M mimi i f ' JC ka 4 ' " ' v H i K X W 'Q ,. "' . ., 5, V f .MI nr 4 K WN",-f. ' ,J ? W ,Q W! 6 l ,mm I. ,f f,,g ,., If W 9 if 4? A W A f ., - . 2' ,,,. , ,g,, , 53- 6 f 4. gg ,, ',..a Stacy Johnson David Jones Greg Jones Melanie Jones Paul Jones Scott Jones Tiffany Jones , "'1 , Brit Jordan W' ' ' Carey Jordan Q I f' . V Nick Junglov ff i1,l " fy f Marc Katz , Q ff V' Cyndi Kayton 1 Matt Keable Jeremie Keene Brad Kehrn Susan Kenny Wendi Kent W f j if Sun Min Kim Amy King 1. "I meant to do thatii' 2. Aw, ainit that sweet? 3. What are you thinking about Jason? 4. "Don't fret Bets-a-louy' 5. Stephanie has a smile for everyone! 6. Schteven, Vladimir, and Ryan. 7. 'tCheese,' 8. Dan Miller has brought new meaning to the term "Weightlifting" 9. 'tSay what?" 10. Heather and Susan practice their Miss America smiles! JU IOR -171 Jennifer Kermeen IDRS: PLAY NG A W: ,:1 I it 6 v 5 6 41: M . ,.., Jason King , it I f ELK4 " ' Aaron Klien ' H 1 A H' A Russ Knight f ZV' p ' ' . . ' U A 'K2k I I Kimberly Ann Kolowich A A, ' p pg 5 if ,fp 5 i ff? ' -x nviv Q it W 'H' iA'1 I ,"-, Q ,. Kun Koper 1, 'fy ,V I ' Cralg Kulpa Ineni I y I . seee I if .2 ff? ,V 2 vw ,, V " John Kunkel VV' nnl' Y Juhe Lavel-Come I ! A aft Y n'-. 2 Z w wf' nnnn ' . byz, fe.. wffpaff ,W J , .fm f Alison Lawton Frankie Layne Sean Ledford Randy Lee K-4 l it Ziff' A 1-'S 1-,, '.-, : , .. ' ,L 3, " " 4 if ii I iiy .5 ii Jodi Leebow I i'-'1i QQ, Q 4 4 Q Julie Lenegan ,i , 1 5 tg Q ' f, Deena Leonardson . L U AVV,,,i, l y gf' ,.., i..i,,, f "-4 A U, fil, "' if I I as ff 4- ffl' nnlie iii, g al Kathy Longnecker Stephen Lopez David Lubell Scott Lucas NAME: Amy Holmes PERSONALITY SUM UP. I thing that I'm a bizarre individual, but that's what you can usually ex- pect from a red-head." BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "Ms. Sturnlolo, Whom I see every morn ing when I come into the PPO of- fice for my daily tardy pass." HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS. It means that I now have my driver's llcense, my class ring, and hope that one day I will finally gra- duatef, 17 2-J UNIORS IT C0014 J , Y' cf is ,W , ,fe ,,,, . f41 f",,w f1:'?3w ' by , I an-.W'Z?w A 'vel-ffia 535: ' 4 fy 5 1 1.3,-'af 1 is 1 4 M egfvzp' 25?Tff?2?' r eb L, 1 'iv ' '-" , . ,.., ,, via f .1 fav av I i f W . L is 'f' Ira-K , , .I ,V Jw ,,,. f .Www 5 j .ff ? ' . r . ' V S A :JW 1 I wg" 4 I' 4' Ea 32'.?::J ' " 15 ..., V V .1 . rraa 5' . Wim' F 'Y-N we K X 655 Q f Q.. X -1' R N .Si X tr ix ,, I ,zfz wWe..,f 2 - ' Karen Ludlam Natalie Lummert Mike Lumpkin Hal Lunn Juhe Mack Heather MacRae Lisa Maddux Dayna Maes - Kelly Marcille Justin Marshall Kim Martin Kristen Martin Mike Martin Danny Maslyk Laurie Maurer Brian McCloskey Tlm Mahon Carrie Malone Mickey Manion Chad Manning 1. "Look! It's Pat and Vanna!" 2. Steven and Todd have found it! 3. "Look Mom, I brushed!" 4. "Were the Raiders of Wal- ton High . . . 'l 5. Amy and Kelly have been practicing! 6. "My hero!" says Tara. " W at mm ---- Tgaw' is 5 e ""'Y-'- 3 :I-.::fS:: , ' f ' mm, ...., 2 , ...M ----- a-.-:- muhi 5:1553.:g.g:gg5:f55.a:, -g? 55,s,.z,..,.,.... .M . ..E:,::: . WLWQXHW .--mawam f -JE --5 CE TER 0F ATTE TIO David McCollum Jason McCusker Tara McDaniel John McDuffie Austin McFarlene Kelly McKeone John McKinley Niles McKinley Jeanne Lee McLellan Jay McLeod Michelle McMahan Chris McMahon Brad McMickle Anna McNeal Chris McNeil Dawn McQueen Melissa Medure Mike Meeks Kenneth Meier Adam Middleton Travis Miller John Mills Robert Mitchell Tracy Mittrucker 'lin 1. Is the answer up there? 2. Gee, could Jose be pos- ing for the camera? 3. "Work, ha, don't make me laugh!" 4. Raider spirit, tried and true. 5. "Wait, I'm not ready yet!" 6. Ijust love these mandatory Health films we have to watch. 7. "I can't believe you're taking my picture." 8. He's an animal! vl "t if :, Q at ,J , f' lllw 1 E, M i H !'! V ,. .,, .o,.. 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A by 4 F, NAME: Steven Barrow PERSONALITY SUM UP. I have a too large and complex per- sonality to sum it up in one sen- tence. I try to be nice and outgoing to everybody, especially my friends, and l'm always trying to make new ones." BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "Me, l'm an original, you can't get that from somebody else." HIS JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "Being a model for the two lower classes and almost being a senior without all the senior problems." Bert Mosely Paul Mrus Suzi Muir Pam Mulcahy John Mullen Ken Murner Sean Murphy Tonya Murry John Nale Lesley Naterman Sharman Neill Stacy Nelson JUNIORS-175 66 lvl al W A f:+ME5 Wi iii 1 W I 3' 1 af 17 6-J UNIORS IUR DAYS 99 5 L-X ff XSlMIg KOS N My e v S Q8 girl A JUNIORS-177 i f Amy Orr George Ortega Robert Ortrnan Kirstin Osmond Ty Owens Tim Ozburn Katie Paden Greg Pallone Billy Papp Shannon Parker Brian Parks Rick Parmellee Adrienne Parnell David Parsons Brian Patterson Mark Patterson Gretchen Payne Jim Pefferly Stacey Lynn Perkins Elizabeth Perusse Derek Peterson 178 J UNIORS ELL 0 R WAY Wendy Newbold Meg Nichols Ali Nikain Tommy Nobis Mia Noerenberg Marlo Novello Christa Odendahl Katie O'Neill We F if ,T . QS? X P y',.: +"i:4:-if r ii P 55' Q srnn or M Qs- Q , .. ., X3 - . as ,- X. X se- 'E' W 5 i -P. , 75 5 s:'- i i O' P Rm Q' 'N 3 s 2 s ,i, ,1 P R orns K e ., .. wi , 1 .xsane -G , I , M.. , , Isl W Q 4 L we X X f 6. or O fe' , iz .V l ii E JN we J 2 1 5 Iei e cees , reto on 11 '- 1 W 'hge . 4' 'Y r fin Pm K ...W , i xii- ,W G- .' gg' I 'init-.mai-s ,S a t t D .N', so '-29 y V' -Ag.. . Y 1 1 ,gi .,.,.: 'Q 'ff - Q if V X t . H., I .nys 5 Q X fx If as f f ' V f I M "'w""' ' WIA. his 1 ' .g Q "'l J S: if li J x K W an f-QQ K R 5 i 3 . 2 QQ J X ., f sf .. . 'B ix al Y Qty 5' - E I ,-aesf -.hhh CTW 'I 1 N. ri .LA 1 ' ' QQ ? :fl . ali ,Q 4 ' P " -.mfs 1- - , I is A' ix E Y 125 ' . .vsp 1 Q..-::1.,9yg',pgg ig. .'.5.:.g' z 3 , tr x ' Heather Reed Stephanie Reeves Mary Rhoads Traci Rhoads Denise Rhodes Dan and Jason being bad boys? 3. Don't look so excited Justine. 4. Don't you wish your locker was on top? 5. John, Mike, Steve-"The good ole boys." 6. You can't sneak away from the camera. 7. Stop flirting Joanne! 8. Is Todd going to Jason on Friday the 13th part Nine? 1. Studying-it never ends! 2. Are 52 Ramsey Petty Chris Pfohl Jason Phillips Patti Pierce Mark Poelke Lori Poole Mark Poole Terri Porter Aimee Potts Peter Presti Julie Pristach Paige Pruett Laura Pugsley Kim Rakestraw Travis Range Kerri Reardon Jeremy Rebol Craig Reed JUNIORS 179 SETTING YUUR 0 N STYLE any Lee Rhodes f Matt Rice Q 1 Elizabeth Richardson gl' 1, ? if xg 1 Dawn Ricker b Chad Rickman ,sw A Scott Riddle I Ashley Roberts ' "'c I ifit ' f' is si .,, .11 fl Christine Rodgers , ,. ,,.,, , Mickelle Rodgers I s I ' ' ' ' "I Matt Rogers J f reeit M Chris Rohr Mariken Ronde " W as Chris Rossetti Tricia Ruble s,,,,,1:ff1 ,.f,f In ,- ,.r ., . .1 W Ji Jennifer Rudd Elizabeth Russell Michelle Russell Pete Rydberg "" '. gg f",g YE Ear M. E mf i 1:7 , uv W ' :F M s f ax: ih, . chuck Saleeby I i f I liiiifi Mary Sanders 3: 9 Teresa Santucci - Marcie Sapp Stacey Savastano David Savula Jen Schacher Brittany Schwartz Q NAME: Warren Carmon PERSONALITY SUM UP: "Carefree and loving. Outgoing and sharing. Shy and quiet: that's mein BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "Mr Poor and Frank Plumber." HIS JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "Try to stay out of trouble this year." 180-JUNIORS 1 I 0 'PX H ww 272: mf, 'f' Us , ..,, wi ,, ..,,,,, .1 4, s f:f"' ' - "f K f , , 3 rm , , , - ,, ww J ailv f . . ' V "m,11 . ,, f if , "L' J 1 fir ,". ' " wwf JW f 'f L 2 , 5 ZIIZ , , llt it M le ,.,,. ., .,,.,, -M ' on K f ceoi We 9 ' ' Jtiy ' fl!-E 2 . . fiaisi 1 H M 'f?'f , fx f- ee-awww' f ffm- ' 'f f .64 S . V f M W uni ' ,, gr f yi X iio J J " iw ,,, ,ftfgi r 'Sv VV 3 3 M- y ' 7' V V ' ' ff 5, WW' 4 ' , , ,.,, ' ,' 1 f' , 1,., ,, 4 :,., ,, ,, ,. , ,,, , .,,., . V H6 wg' N -fe 1. What do you know, Shel- ly? 2. Mike sees so much more in Brian. 3. Well, at least Kelly's psyched! 4. Come on Amy, get on out there . . . 5. These juniors are excited about ring day! 6. "Shelley did it." "Me? J' . ful Did What'?'l 7. Richard is in a "bind!" Larry Schwartz Susyn Schweers David Scott Debra Scussel Buddy Sedivy Lisa Seidel Greg Selfridge David Semler Beth Sewell Samantha Sewell Jennifer Shackelford Valerie Shanior - 1 Wm. W 4 W- 3 M53 Natalie Sharpe Charles Shattuck David Shepherd Teddy Shields June Shobaken James Shope Deena Shunnarah Liz Sikes Carolyn Skeen Kristin Skellenger John Skelton Amy Skrabanek Steve Small Gary Smith Lee Smith Sara Smith Ashley Smith Christy Smitherman John Sneed Candy Snipes STEPPING TUGETHER 11? C9 Danny Sohn Eric Sommers Bill Sorrells Wade Speas Bob Spence Kristen Spinner Ben Spitalnick Kirstin Standfest Scott Stanich Stephanie Steele 4 " if "" , e ,',. f Q ,,,,,, ,, , V' I 1 ' W K , Q H , k .Q-a:eg2f,'i 1, ' ff , , 4--,' ' z, , , .. -G , ,, . D3 EMM., V ,.g. ,,:,,m, .W ,H I I W f ' . ,, , 4-1 -V ' , 2' ,, 'i 1 LLL ' t 'V l ' K 4 t , ia, 'bkf H l . , 7 ' -..,, ' A N f 3 " ,nn. , , I it ,,,uh ., ,, A ",, y V ' " ii" Mike Steffensen Laurie Stem Cindy Stephens Leigh Stephens Cathy Stepp Brad Stevenson Matt Stewart Susan Storey ,t'." , ,Lv 2' 1 4, J L, -TW ' e ' A Q 4-4.29, f Q. T W, Lk ,r., ,gg+1Qffg,, ,--f f,,' -4' - 13 hn Stout Michelle St. Pierre Emily Strapp Debbie Stroup JoAnn Stubbs Lyle Stucky 'J-2 gm 'C Brian Sullivan Melissa Sult Brian Sweeney Stacie Sweet Allison Tanner Jamin Tanner ?5+ , A VM, I lk ,z 1,1 Zig ,V 1. .. lp V Um,-, Han " A '1-Y S Ryan Tanner Kim Teal Jon Tebeau Kelly Thomas Dylan Thompson Amy Thurow NAME: Justine Hansen PERSONALITY SUM UP: "I think I am an easy-going person with a sarcastic sense of humor. Basically I'm a typical teenager with everyday teenage ideas. BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "Mrs. Abernathy. My advice is- -Don't get in trouble with her!" HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "A later curfew, a driver's li- cense, and prom-hopefully. 1. "Areeba!" 2. Afraid of heights Cathy? 3. "Oh gol- ly, me in the yearbook." 4. What a group! 5. Who do these girls love-Edward or the camera? 6. Steph- anie and Evonne get the "news" before class. 7. Yee-haw! 8. Christine fi- nally got the darn thing open. 9. It's a Susan sand- wich! J UN IORS-183 'Q' l ife F 7 E- DAIRY QUEEN fa AW M W QWMA fffff WL UO? iv, Q WJNJQ H2551 4 V W Www 'va TXP? Wi D 4962 f 56, Aww YM WW ty QV xfdgf 6517.9 WSWONQZQQ 192322 LEADERS 0F T0 0RRO Katie Todd 5 . . il1 i ' V Angela Tofb'-Ish iaiiii 1 , l l b ,i,,f V V l Tuan Tran lf 'i:2'1 ? f 'VLL1 ' Mary Beth Transue S 1 Emily Tsuboi V -at ' ff, Kristina Turnquist H ' 1 I ' ' V VV , A A " S Jim Utterback , iili 5 'A,f' a V, .,,, ZIV, . Tristan VanStrien V Missy Vaughn J' ' A Wk j ' Phillip Verduci 'iil' "" a K' Mike Vice " A, ,f' ",i Samantha Vickers ,, l R ' ' Ross Vincent f f'5' Leigh Vogel as ' "i'1 ' -,.-,i, . i'i: . Chris VonHolt ciii' ' i as ',,,, Ai 't,,i Allen Wade o Q ' 5 ' , y,y,f E , , i I 1' 4 i " V fe' f " -V . f'ff . Evonne Wahl 1 Karen Walker , , . , Megan Wallace 1 , W? 5 V a x l ' V' ' I K f X 1 Q4 i Cheryl Wallstedt V 5 S V VV V Mike Ward V or "ii ' wi? Robert Warlick , 'V V Tim Warner ' it V la fig, ,. Mmwarson V o f ' L I , V, A ' W, V S Shannon Weaver 7! K V lx 4' V ' 5 'W ii V i-" fl -'Ki' ' i' JIM ei Q NAME: Laura Aversano PERSONALITY SUM UP: "Mostly stableg usual- ly cheerful, sometimes neg- ativeg usually happy, some- times depressed. Usually depends on how many test I have in a week! CJ.K.D BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "Ms Young QPsy. and His- toryjfi HER JUNIOR YEAR MEANS: "Time to prepare for next year and the fu- ture, but have a good time too." 186-JUNIORS 3. t fr . U ,M 4 ,f 4 i ww , f' feb ,bmi N e -1 4 feng, m it Q R, E, Q x X ' 1' ---vw "N wwf N f, J W, U IURS... , hz 1 h M N-N Lm Az, l l We would like to thank Kelleigh English and Anna McNeal for their help on the Junior Section, their patience, and their talents. Thanks guys, The Junior Staff 188-JUNIORS AUGHT I THE ACT MQ M 1 .KJ M Sophomores I 'a,s:N,:51'iQyr1r'-k 7,-U4-,'l?1L1',lk',7 1,zLQ,f,w1fgz1s.Lj,:,',, ' A flilfziiia The sophomore year in high school is a very important year for many reasons. It is a year for growth, knowledge, and exper- ience. During this year he grows physically and mentally. A typi- cal sophomore starts to look a little more like a "high- schooler," instead of a freshman. A sophomore also grows mental- ly. He may now, because of his age, join in on many clubs and activities. With this growth comes knowledge, to prepare for future life. Reem Abu-Aquleh Becky Ackerman Scott Adams Juan Alarcon Daneila Alea Lance Allen Meredith Alphin Holly Anderson Bree Andre Rebecca Andrews Chris Angelo Margaret Applewhite Kathy Ash Krissy Ash Todd Ash Shelley Askew Mike Asta Tiffany Aubrey George Aukland rtt Brent Avery e-'- Tracy Ayers . Tiffany Bailey '?.A H Robert Baitis 3 Bradley Banks l g, i"f " jg ffl f f SGPHOMORES 'Q 'Y I' , . g ..., .,,. , ,, ! at '- - Ig' . ' LV f' I It ta 1 telrl M 1 5- K Kim Barnes Shanna Bartlett Angel Bates Clint Battiste Robin Baughman Jason Baxter I I Qwtr ttttt A , ' ' w William Baxter wif , AV .V V 7, Bryan Beckett -. A' I - Z 7" Roneeka Behagen . K- 15' 5' ' if I W. I Brent Belman l K I I A , Stacey Bidwell 4, Q. ygvsfig , - I V . , 5 f I X' It f' . if 'if l. V Ml Jil? 'li . ' llfl -"'t 2 V 1, 4 " I ' B' lll I I . llll '11 Brad Bishop i fs X , , V V ' Q If ,W I Shelley Black , ' A I , V J zz ,, lv N 1' I V ay M Jennifer Blalock ,f 19 :,, if I 1' . , 5 , ..,,, V, Olcar Blazquez . . ltli Q if litrii I i" . I ig 'etll . christy Blumenau , ,ilk fi ft V L gg 4 F ' a Eff: Wy, -A ' , Danny Bodycomb 'Y' ,, v f 5. Michael Bohn ' l ' ' iii! , " Tracy Boone QV gm W- , ' ' ' eu 1277 Scott Borchers if' r Q24 , I . 0 Dan Borkat ' ' , 1 -A , If Geoff Boyd 4 2? 2 ' 6 g la s li 2 n2- V Dj 1. Can I help you? 2. What have I done? 3. Karen and Cortney shine with happiness. 4. Sharity Busby says, "What's your problem'?,' 5. Chris Gould is through for the day. 6. Colly Smith knows how to pay attention. 7, MaryAnne and Ashley studying? 8. Do I really have to eat this? rPHOMORES-191 0PHO URES SHO Lee Brantley Lori Brawner Brian Breed Steve Brennan Jeff Bridges Brian Briskman Ty Brogdon Lori Brown Nicky Brown Jeff Browne Chris Bruck Jennifer Bryan Kevin Buerger David Buhay George Burkhart Sean Burnotes Sharity Busby Mary Buttimer Tammy Byers Pam Callis Beth Cambra Cathy Carcello Darla Carithers Christian Carlson :Q , fp mea--1 v . 1 1,2 f if 1 F f f MM F " . s , -ff 'X fi fe.. fs ' Awww aff" wmgafm. t ssiiis 1 W J' J if' i Q .. 4740 'fine V i Q. if?" Yr 5 in V Qi 3'-15, :v f Fi ff- 2' af .wr ,eff 3. 4, s K x fl .. f 1 or . A M L ., .r.aW ,W If H 5 ' 'fi 1".i vii 2 f. 1 1. Q If ww ' ,WY 4 aff 1. Lauren Leckie feels at home with computer 312. 2. Paul Hood in action. 3. Carrie Sorenson throughly enjoys Math. 4. Keith and Chris love to take notes. 5. Meeting in the halls has never been more funl 6. Kelly Taggart is having difficulty with her com- puter. 7. Kim Nichols will some- day be a historian. 8. Juan Alar- con hurries to finish his test. 9. Tim hates to be distracted. 10. Lynn Heath drinks at her favorite fountain. 192-SOPHOMORE THEIR ST FF 9 0 bf' 6 M' 'ww M. pw-'L ,, fx, ,f 1 ,gi H U ,gif 1 'Y 4 4 35 1: 1 7 5 , , z f wi ll if Lfcfihi, M E 1 giigzggvg ' , , yms1,u Wifi? zzrffwmzmf l , , V 34 A 3 H J 2 ' , , 1 1 , leel ff: ,,,'v' 12- af : 4 A - , 4 A V, -415,4 M' H303 Z - fr., W, A , I in u 4. Mx 'U n Eu 4 13. f 8 f gn ,qu A .4 ,Z YR ,, MM ' wp ' .ff f 82' 4 'S ffff ,,,, ., M., N, , -M. 4 A., amy, , , fa I 3 , 61 VAVZ S ,M Y " rf . Ml, af .. fy", W" 1 I 'lv 4 1 K ZZ 1-55 ,, W. , f Q M ' , ,,.. ,,, f , F g 1 r if f 'W 1 Q , 1 Q M, fy VA i r-f-qw f QW 1 1 fail ' Z Q ef? 2 '4 4 , ,, 'YQ af! W l Lesley Carlson Laurie Castello Matt Causey Stephanie Chalker Ping Chang Len Cheek Samantha Cheek Anyee Chen Steve Childress Victor Chin Stephen Chisolm fd! f Rob Chandler Linda Clark Joe Colin Jay Compton Chris Condrey Eolen Conneen Ryan Conover Andrew Cook Jeff Cooper Kevin Copley Nicole Courtemanche Michael Cress Peter Cullinan 5510 s OPHO ORE -193 UPHISTICATED UPHSS W Q -0 ..,, E L.,, A . W ,x -. , Q : A Mr- x ' K' -'K .S -Wir- ..:, g ,Tk 2. , 1 , X ,nw -f f f W- , W My 194-SOPHOMORES as I Rf Nw 5'3- Y' 4' 1 xx 6 ZQ: H , V ,,, , , , 5 V -..-Y-af 'W ! . w.,',' ,U R90 W ,n 3 vi? 1 W R ff, f ' 57 r . ww-nh' vw! , f , 2,41 ,I ,W W gf 'f V w 'A ' NWV' sw I -v . ,fin-V 3 'vn u Iv Q Q L X W1 ,ft X' 'Q P, , ,- M l s I SOPHOMORES-195 LFWAY THERE: Traci Cummings Michael D' Amico Cecily Carragh Jennifer Dazey Fernando Aguero Danny Delamater Holly Delaney Payman Deljoo Cara DeLorenzo Keary Dennison Meredith DeVane Darby Dickens Ashley Dickinson Dan Dietz Ryan Dixon Rob Doerr Dave Domino Dean Doran Julie Douglas Donna Dowden Paul Dunn Meghan Dwyer Tanya Dyer Suzanne East Matt Eaton Kim Edmonds Phillip Edwards Susan Edwards Kathleen Egan Darrell Doremus MQ 1 Weis ! ig .y,,. .. If , -1' 'J vmre We-. 914 'H ill' i C Varna-4 I a,..,, I ,. , .M Vi , . .,,. . 1 f .f x.s1es'sa1 was-we 1 E , E mi 4 w , H, in K ..,-- 5 4 ..,,,., ,,.... , .. M ,,,. , ww f I! 4,- w N is E A ga i rle ,,tr , ,11a. VV VAA V P , we il as e TZ dyyyy y d 'E if lh- , f,,-W,, , , M A ' iiliiigll.. .rsl e , 3 i i , - 2 ,i' , ,t.i off YT ,,,,, 1 M 'fe as ff' ,KM a fa4-- ' if syyn I i rii Y l iienei 1 :B 2 sa . E a "ia, , ' ' 5 if it W Y if i f '4 g f ' Q i . as yy f ' aa,,, Q 3 I ' i f i"a f 'f-' f 5 A I 'k" ,.,,fV'.,, f 'i iiiii E W i 5 1' f 5. , M "vv,,,v Q ig? ' ' ,mv ,fn H Q. I If fgi- if J i r H fi D, ,I Q 1 s,y 1' .. ..,,1 U . , ' ' 43 V, VVV ft' EA-, we , V 9 if il5L""f ' ti. , W My M s i ea NL 1' 1 Q I if V' I E , , Mme! fi JI 'ir ii 5 Q Z: sgw ,- X 1,6 ' WN , ,T i is--si, ffm. .,:kgi:.f r at , , is 0 s X 1 - ii: ,f,:- 1 'SWS .. A as Q K miss .W-WWW' 1. wud' I 196-SOPHGMORE w 5 A ,a x E 1 a -. X' a Ali ,zr,:""' Zx, , . .,....x Q 1 Q 'il 1. Karen seems really enthused in World History. 2. "What have you gotten your- self into Collin?" 3. 'LSay . . . cheeselv 4. HPam, what are you looking at'?', 5. "Is this going in G.Q.'?" 6."Smile for the cameralv 7. Christy, I know you are up high but open your eyes. wi' ew i F , Tlsha Egger -'., ,, few, W Brett Eilers l h -'-- , -- H I - 'A "' "' ef I lg , 3 Y my Andy Emory . W ,, 5 W Q Courtney Ethel-ldge ,VMI F ' , W" U s 'V Chris Eubank QQ , 1 - ,, fr ' i , 3 ,t ,W M, f ,f 1 ' 1 Q -,W V Z, . ff . ,, ..,. . . ,, , ' 4 gjg' F " 1 wa 5 "" ' L ' fy VV1.a.,W,a Q. , ' ,, ,, - ,,.. ,f,' f , , QQ am , M A J . fav K ' 7 w , Va if , V Sl, Q fa, I F' ,ze , V , V A .,f , ' ' V W :iff V VHQ, Q ' ' V ' ,. .f ,J 'Y . :A " ' L ' , . . - ff ' , .W . , V H g tyttyy . ,, M 11' n ' Y... V 1' ' ' . i f 1 , . ,,,, , t 4 ' 'f M , Pete Fargo Christian Favalli Barrett Fennell Michael Fey Kim Fields Rob Finck Lisa F ishel Ryan Fischer' Tracy Fischer Chip Floyd Ted Flynn Lauren Fort OPHO CRES-197 SILLY SUPHSZ A"Af Michael Freudenberg ll M 'Lai ' A . Erica Fuchs Y 1 I ' 'H 1 A K t ii . fr A T :vv if K W, A i J it reii c' ' J, Robert Fulghum M J A ' i. Ryan Fuller 4' M Jennie Gable ' ' KP' Christian Gailitis f. V H: ,A John Gaines Nathan Gammons Brendon Garrity Jennifer Gaydon Tim Gelinas Richie Gensler Chris Gibbs Troy Gibbs Tommy Gilbert Norman Giles Celeste Gilliam Elizabeth Glenn Erica Gimson Matt Goldman Elizabeth Goransson Randy Golz Steve Gordon David Gose W I , f ,ww X1 F ff g ., errr , ii 1 ,Q . . Qi 'lil Qi ' ri' Q , H 7 rx F, r ' .s A, arg: ,,,.. f,,,,. V! S ,, 1, - ' ' f' ,fm QQ, , 1 V ? f q, ,f an 'f f f ei f, fwwwr u get V :ge Q if 'F A N i M w J: 1, aasfe 1 H, all 2 Mm. , PM: , Zit5M,J:if2 A amy ff ,,, .yy ff' ,C Z, ,, 2 V gil. J, 198-SOPHOMCRES iffy ,,f,- 1 A f , ,.,, N f. 5 W f ,7 ,H ' .'-1,156 mv if f ff J ,, 143 J Jw I MA 1 .ix K if ,. ,,,N,,, fi iii ff' riir J W ,,,, MV" zfkfl , --fer:-it 5 Q , 1 4 ,S g 4 YV . f 1 lam I w iw- f 153. 'N ' , f, . ' Z , ..,,,r. , We , "Sgw- ,X gs, 1 hz' , . ,fu 'ff ,, V , f?" 1 fi , , 2 f ,, 1 1 , H35 ' ' X J 'f 4 QQ 4 f E I if Z 1. "I don't usually h ang out with these characters." 2. Jack Rood has had too much caffeine. 3. Regina, Kim, Michelle, and Kim . friends forever. 4. Christian Favalli is easily frightened by the camera. 5. Lori and "compare answers." Daniella .I . . E ,,.. ,' 497 nf-2 1 si . .,,., 4 11 W 1 ,WA V W F' ,f E N Q.-WJ 'gm 1 aw Lf .1 ff :Zigi .t W - ia 3 :ff Ti i W, an f fa, .4 6 e. Q, f ' . if- --mf' ff, 'i"fi Q ffm M., ..,. .,.' Z-22 ffl., Vw... ,,..,,, 4""W'M -:::- Q, .M I Q' QW. ' 2 . ...... .......,.'. A 151 , ,, V, V W A W- '31, ' ' nl W' f x f A W' M0 Chris Gould Colin Gowens Matt Graser Todd Graves John Green Don Greene Jenny Gregg Eric Groeshel Guy Grogan Trey Gross Karyn Grubb Keith Grunewald Travis Gumrnels Laura Haase Mike Hackbarth Shareef Hailes Kristen Hamilton Kim Hampton Melissa Handler Mike Hardee Amy Harmon Susan Harris Mark Harrison James Hartsfield Cortney Harwood Meghan Havig Drew Hayes Lynn Heath OPHO ORES-199 SUPER SUPHS' I tx E H 2 s 1' --h. f if-fs x' +317 200-SOPHOMORES Www 'Q X ' I K SOPHOMORES-201 66 " S F011 SOPHO URES' i Jenny Heinz Steven Heitner Karianne Hepburn Leslie Herndon Kevin Hibbard John Hill Ben Hilliard Lisa Holcomb Heath Holdsworth Paul Hood Jay Hsiao Christi Hubbard Matt Huddleston Andrew Hudson Jon Hudson Pam Hungerbuhler Ingrid Jacobson Michele Jacques Kevin Jeniski Paula Jeter Courtney Jones Danelle Jones Danette Jones Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones Jeff Jordan Terry Karjala James Kay Karin Keeling Steve Kerr Todd Ketber 202 r 'Af - V f ' J ' JJ 'ik-' ',,,, wan J M In ...,, ,Q 5 J J I J 'J ' Q' 5 3 V A I w11f6'3v3v"W W' ??" 49 J ii ' Yi 'Y Y 4 W A " '52 1? W Q 13 :ff 7' ' , if J W, J ' z i K5 1' gl M 4 4 J :f i ga y! JKT'-M H11 -.,,, ..,, - L, ,M -., J JJ mm ar' ., H , J ,.,., . V qty J J Jkt f J f 6 . JAH if QV I. J 'L gf. - .f i M J! J, A if J f-- J. R 1 V g 3 J My vw: 5 , uf f f 2 A W WJ. Q . ' , , 4 -',, J 3 4 1 J W izZfff4,e:1 V 1. A' yr .,L... 'PS as . , - V -' -' ' nm J ,,-, . r ' fe ' A ' r , W K V I 'gi if 1? 2 ig J M iifflfvselaaa .'-- J -,,- 'Ji I J gJ J, ' t ' J . My I W 5 4,31 1 N 1 " v -fa . 3 v j K I J , W J Ala 'H l E55 fe JL ' J I ,, 73 , , W 73,5 ,,,, , . " 9 V . I 9 , 5 A x 7. I i , .nk l X ..' . iv l ' , W. vm ,JM-' , 1 ' fy , ,,,, Q P . ia in i' ,,,, A 4,3 ,,,,. N 1i . 1' Wu ', ,A " fu ff 'Q ...X ff f Q ff f- fy Ef ' it .hijgdik V , - , , -. is wg , Amy Kidd Shannon Kilker Kevin King ' f f-V ' Cheryl Kirby E ' AQ ' Jennifer Klein I Tr,"ff'ff. ' wr: if K R AR Y' , . 4 , 1 f f 1 1 f Jann ,:iwtg'jf if W if ,' f avg f i N-1: f., we 5535. ,' J , ,M .fifeffjf :r if ' 1 H' r fKf'f'."i' Qaarf 3 i : Q Q. ff!! 2 1 ?lL'n'il . ' V Peter Kipp - V 1 V ,' Leigh Landers V, ' ' Steve Langenfeld .V Matt Langston f , M G i t . ' ia: I fi I J Becky Large I f ' sf 3' Jeff Laurent 24 V A "eL Q " 'V Lauren Leckle ' Cameron Lee Ellas Lee ii t in ,, ,, ,z rkzg Helen Llu W V V, 5' f i Jason Llewellyn , 1 Jennifer Lloyd Q 3 1 Ann Loner 1 if .f t Heather Luckle V Karen Mack X 3 K' f H61dl Mackey ,,:r,.,. 4. v ,QM Q : Brady Macomber , V Greg Magan Q Q , J ,, H ""' e1'2 e 1m1111i' H Christian Lindstrom 1. To Kim, Mick, and Lynn, basketball is king! 2. Shouldn't you two be doing your homework? 3. "Salute when you say that, young man!" 4. Kim Hampton says, "MOVE!', 5. David Robinson is the gatekeep- er. oPHo ORE -203 CLASS 0F '90! Z ,AHYM Jennifer Mahn Tom Maloney Mike Mangin Scott Mangus Jeff Mann Elena Mansour Felicia Marinelli Wade Martin Michelle Martin Paul Martinek Kathi Mashburn Terri Massell fyf 44 up-Y n ' ' ii ,,,, - f f 43 W A 5 2 51 ,'ri" iw ,Y i Sandi Matthews Vanessa Matthews Dee Dee Maxwell Lisa McAllister Jason McCall Sandra McCall Diana McCarthy Wes McCleary Chris McCloskey Tracy McCollum Chris McCoy John McCreary SOPHO o e seer J - f' w i 5. I WW' 'Q " 5 W V ORE H my - f rr.. qw ,J t i,,.itt,, tli e nr1' -,,' I I 4 1 ef 7 4 ., 8 , y M Z af- jk 45 '9 1 4 Jw w Y ' ' W--'Y' if ' E . at , 4, ' H ,'Q'fL..,.LA, ' 4-.. f- 1 4 ig, 3... ,va ggfgtg if W f 1.Wsn.N,L, 1 ' f ,f A, W H H , , ,f it 'if , f fi fall . if 5 f ki" i .2 ' 'fi':'I5' wr.- Q , , ,yn Q 1 , an ag, is -M , 5. ,W f . 6 1 " ' N 5 X' f .xv ggl 1 . ,.4 . H V x ,, ..A. .. we 1 wg' Tp' ? 3. . . A ., " " , f - ' ' A ,-" - V' ' ' an- K "7 f V 1 , , '21 'wif T lil iiill is K f ' Kiersten McCutchan Ernie McGaughey Michelle McKenna Brad McLane Michelle McMillian Ryan McNally Brent McWhorter Ginny Mehlan Craig Miller Kelly Miller Kenny Mitchell Chris Mitek ' Era Molmer Stacy Montgomery , Leslee Moore Chris Morgan Mary Anne Morgan ,, Chris Morris Stephanie Morris Chris Moulas Chris Moulthrop Allison Mowery Stephanie Mueller Alison Murphy Allison Murphy Regina Nagle Kimberly Nas 1. "Aren't we cute! 2. "Mrs. Paul and I go way backlu 3. Meghan Dwyer displays her profile. 4. Brad McLane takes a break. 5. Ty Brogdon is armed and dangerous . . . and a good speller. 6. Mike Tarter and Kevin Vickery pass the time in Biology. 7. Nancy and Jenniferg our future biologists. OPHOMORE -205 SMILING SUPHS! f ii- Nm xx.. . Q! 33 Mm Y' 206-SOPHOMORES K .hh SOPHOMORES--207 1m,,,w,,--.:,,,:,f: --- - - 4- Angela Nations WMWNMI Kathleen Nelson Valerie Nelson Kim Nichols David Nickelson I W , 1 W L- fl YIMW at at fbi f 'lfflf i J ti , 2 f 3 , 'ii' 4: I gl if , ifvkhg twf 252433 i P sil' iiii' , . 5 irli I , V' 2 , fl , , , , rf 2 ' x 4 , 2 ' ' ' np--um' W nw , v 3 George Nixon Nancy Noland Tarnmie Oemke Tricia Oemke Julia Oertle Alysia Olshinski J.J. Paden Derek Papp Deana Parker Brian Parmelee Nikki Payne Duke Peacock K P K M Q ., 4,? n H . in f .,l i , , 5 ggi' aiiffkai aa' swvfem 4 ,' ,,,,, fffgfi, ""',, , HP' fy , . we--, fx I' gf L ff' as gag 4? x 4 ' ,MM K' in l " ,,,,,: P e Stacy Pecht Jennifer Pelt Sean Pennix Brian Perry Phil Petit Jennifer Pierce Rob Pillsworth Katherine Pinder Brent Porter Will Powell Andy Pringle Stacey Quinn ,U l Mff fyig sf 61 f I ny, gf ag 545 E 7, 1 , egg, , 1 8. I W, ,w Q. fx aa hrs' 8 V , V . fm A ff J2- zgfw ' , M3 3. - 4 V gf- , 72 , .A-5 If AQ xg M wav m It 5 be It Q Q , f Q ill? Q Q ff it ,J 4 ' ,L ,. , Ha ,Jr ' 'wil , 4 if Y 3 Qt ' 1 awww, , tl ig rxga at ,W WMQQMW , vw M ,. I , aj 4, ' K" ' I - , JY 5 W W .. F . ij gf y ,W ' I y Eitgigwg iiiii ' 1 Wi f .Q P ,G 1 n -Q I , , ,L A fi' reii + 'fy H' AIAA 1 H M . f ff Wa I, 'V , ' 2 4 V' 'L' f isaijggyif 2 .. V ' ' if ' zkiyx V V , , fi Yi .iff y,a e. ,-,Q , Q3 , , ,,,, , , ff ,W mv' P 'M' .- K ,A X 3 image, X st1,.. Q Q , X if Nw ,arf ?" O r r ' y 208-SoPHo oRE aff' t , , mf. Q., V ,ff .. :ff Q-on 1 s YN it 4 xpxe' YS A 1. Maryanne gives Paula a helping hand. 2."Ready, Set,Type!" 3. Jenny and Tiffany are locker bud- dies. 4. 'ASURPRISEV' 5. "Hurry and take this picturell' 6. Sopho- mores really enjoy pep rallies! K . .sf 'W N 1 fr R- ...J . . mf K ' .1 W? I r . f W- f wwe, 'ij' , V, 1 A . , f ,. K '-'-kk , Ok , , 'Z' 'ff' ' ' A K 'i'i ' of V , AVAII 2 MV A.. , ..,, , 5 5' 1 S . ,.,, J'f.Qi+ A it , ...A , V V I A at ' M 1 u n 53 X? iff LW 9' l .r 4 , ..,.,,,,. ...N f Hanna Raitakari Dennis Reardon Jeff Reed Miles Reedy Scott Register Diane Regitz Carolyn Richardson Shannon Ricketts Jimmy Riddle Sean Riley Ray Ringler Dana Robertson -, .4331 vw' 63" S : pm. , Ze , ,. B t" V ..,, 2 , he Z , ' - - 1 .... Dam 1.-1 1-is . .,.. f- f Katye Roblnson fe V 5 if " A Raquel Rodriguez V r A . ,Q James Rogers +V Meredith Rogers f 'U f J teve Ogers " 4 4 'r" ' J , ' ,p i ' . ' nll A f f S' VVVV VVVV raa a Mary Beth Roll M , ' 7 rrr "" 2, VV ' , ' I V Josh Rosenbaum W i f J Steven Rowe AW .1. ,f eb. it ... . f V'V,, ','-- V, WW V M , If Catherine Roy . f Robbln Ryan E 2 209 SUPH-LIFE! 210-SOPHOMORES . Q , SOPHOMORES-211 Chris Sacklyn Jeff Safarriyeh Bryan Sampson Chris Sanborn Christy Sanzari Kit Sponari ' -'i' .T .,-V 4 If p r f! S , Q 1 Katherine Sarbell Sharon Sawyer Julie Saye Ryan Schaetzle Eric Schaffer Christine Schaper Jamie Schneider Bobby Schultz Amy Schullar Paul Schwartz John Sciarrone Darbi Scott , V ,f , 41 5 R fk? , t Q Q i x f f 'W' 'Zz I ,fa g ., , mama 'ffm Sarraf' 3 G Scott Self Asil Shamsy Stacey Shapiro Ashlif Sieswerda Nikke Sievers Patrick Sinclair Adam Sisselman Suzanne Small Colly Smith Colleen Smith Heather Smith Jennifer Smith K U5 vftiafk z M at Qrsrrlrrs r l srsazt ' 5 11-'l' l C I' ,?.r ,,,.c " it ' is ,r .,- x 5 i Q' ' rl' 4, ,,. - zttt 5 ' D 2 - ' W if 3. , P2 ' ag, if g X , . V ,A,ea L 21" e W- ,z 3 1 rv JW: '-"' han wr aff: , Af,-ay. , 51, J V 1 . ti ' fs: 'i at 3 .4 ,, X r Q , V J ,- ,f , I NV C 254 .',e ,gg Q ,, Mb he ,aft ,tiy , flat ,.....,.ifl brte 3 ,MM-A Q' 212 OPHO ORE 'A ,. - i. It V .nav ' ' . HL 'HW W. f ' ' 41 ...,. im., , 1 ff? M 1 5 5' . ,, .. 41 r 23 .. af , fcfgtmegk I .. ,.- ., ,L.t, Z , ,Z, , I f A I ,rgrg M 2331 , . i ,,m. . ,. I f I , NV,, 4 A .r ,,, . X t "" A i f 1 fr ., .fa 5 Z za C it 5 - '.-' i 3 . ag .tm Shareese Smith Erin Snow Ward Sokiloski Jennifer Sommers Marc Sommers Carrie Sorenson Beth Spear Carry Spell John Staheli mamma, , it ai qv ff , 2 , f .4 VV,V rn nr7r7,rrr. Af ' k',:'. .. ,,,f, ,Z ,iv x Chris Steel James Stettler Robert Stevens Sjaree Suggs Anna Mari Sult Becky Swanson i Kelly Taggart Michael Tai 7 rs. Susie Tamasi Mike Tamer W T Christopher Tennis X , Q . , 'rf,- Andrea Thompson ..-. L1 1. Kim and Michelle have fun in lunch. 2. Chris Morgan tells Chris McCloskey to be the "lookout man." 3. David Watson sits comfortable in class. 4. "I think l'm a Walrus!" 5. Lauren Fort and Curtis Ran- dall hurry to the concession stand. 6.Scott Mangus brings down the re- bound. SOPHOMCRES-213 UPHS ARE nfl! dm. fl- 71... .3 TM: .gf "'1l0lanv0'Ii12'vv-+5 ' N 7 1 .. Q f' Y 1" y,,,,,, . 1 O E :fi W SOPHOMORES-215 0 O O Clay Thomas no he if lll T - . ""-- Eric Tilley 1 , H V I ' Tracey Tinlin I I X, 37 1 f' ris Odd , lf, it , Q Parish Tofighlan 'Ziggy ' L"',' , if if 3 Todd Tomsik fi , ' 5: 'I , . J ' " F Juhe Tootle ' 5 l T T T T V, 'fii V '- 1 Betsy Tucker 3 " ' M' We Jennifer T umlln ' I , 2 l W W wg s Michael Tyrrell ' ,"A Lg, , E X "Z, ,,. V 'A Olga Uube ill? A i QQ' X , '53 'Z f,52f,:,, . , ' , , , -., ,Egg H ,,,, , V ti, Vanessa Van Etten , H ,',,, ,, ' g, j ,V K ff, ' 1 ff 1 --" f- -' I K, 5 ,gh V 7 ,5 I, .,,.,. Wi, gg: ,,, ' 52231: 'i'5'577:f , , ,,,.. 541 ' A s, Briane Vaughan Amy Vaughn Laura Vennes Matt Vice Kevin Vickery Jennifer Virant Everett Volk Michael Walton Don Wagner Jill Warfel David Waters David Watson .. ,,,. , 'I p T f , A o A I ' sw J ' 'Q 5 ' 2 he lk T at 6' , z ' 5 Q, ,, 1 I as f Z1 1 0 'jc tyly , I If gm . My , Ayt A M, D I ff A ' ,Hy ,, wir if :V Q,- an L ., Y x4 I .. ,K Qi gif 'W , E ,R 'll A Q . . .P X f 28 V as is w if ..--. S W ...N K sb ' Axe' ' xi X , X s. V x . s fy 1 A 'F s 2 Glenn Weistein Brett Weller Heather Welty Ashley Westbrook m,-,,, , . ,,:-wW,, . o o -zgiitfiii " c . ,. ,, 7 ,, 4 if lit or lsll M J , o "z, MV xi' . T! ,, A5 E ., A . - . , A V in :ff V T I 2- I K- 1 . .. Q. - 'mf ,J 5 xy! ,pam " i' A 'S .ik 0T0 9 0 A ' l ' T QR-.. e- .4 ,Y S 1. Meghan Dwyer enjoys His- tory immensely. 2. Basketball and Christmas go hand-in- hand. 3. Don't ever disturb a student taking a test! 4. Our future biologists at work. 5. Computing is hard, vigorous work. 6. Regina says, "You don't EAT the computer keys, Kelly!" 7. L'No, Mikel We want your profilel' 8. Stacey Pecht gives a look that could killl 9. 'tYou're lucky you caught me in a good mood!" 10. Scott Mangus is sure that he knows the answer. B v 4 M., ,-f Www.. ff ,Mar X, ,few T? W .. W I ,W ! v,,., 5 ...MKW MTV 3 I Wi! , gt. M W .gy - -, 5 .1333 ,W ig I 2 . ,k.f , A -III ' ., 77' 'gt ' . 1'-Z ,,,,' I ifff 4 1 2 as lir. A . H g 'fm ,, V ' . ,, , eW9f?iSl-? 1 " ' " "2 ' ff, is 'n I , ig-9 rf ,Qi qw, ,' Vf., K ,, H 51", G Kellie Whelan David Wideman Tom Williams Brian Wirth Stephanie Wiser Wendy Wittenberg Brandy Woods Marwan Yasin Derek Yeager Kyle Yeager Angela Young Brent Young I Jamie Zindars t Brad Zimmerman di'i ..r'- 'tt 1 7 not ir.. I vt.:,, 63 JJ .s . S A 5 1 , Www' wa, - mr ,. f 1, , a ' 9 Z , 5 R, .. W OPHOMORES-217 WW' hun ,,,..-af SOPHOMORE What do most sophomores do on the average Friday and Saturday nights? Where is the sophomores favorite place to eat? What is the sophomores favorite type of food? What is the sophomores favorite radio station? What is the sophomores favorite group? Do most sophomores button or zip their pants first? Where is the sophomores favorite place to shop? How many sophomores are planning to order a class ring? How many sophomores are 'buying a yearbook? How many sophomores ride the bus? ifff 218-SOPHOMORES SURVEY 1. Most sophomores go to parties and movies. 2. El Toro's 3. Italian food L.. Nm., 4. 99.7 5. U2 6. Button 7. Macy's 8. 75 95 of the sophomores are ordering rings. 9. 86623 of the sophomores are ordering a yearbook. 10. 58 98 of the sophomores ride the bus. 1785 SCDPHOMORES-219 'K SECUN D T0 NUNE! mg X1 5, 220-SGPHOMORES i an ,:, , 2 S , K . X 1 X 1 QQ Q esp-- Q Y 3.5! 4' blowing Om to I Mark Abrams Scott Abrams Christy Adams Matt Adams Sherry Adams Heather Allen Shanie Alpert Ron Amini Laleh Ansari Michael Antaya Stewart Spplbaum Christina Arveson Elizabeth Ashbery Jean Asta Erika Aston Ken Atwood Erin Austin Frank Babiasz Vince Bagby Jason Baker Suzanne Baker Chris Baldwin Leah Ballintine Todd Barber Derek Baugh Chris Beck ,,,, ,. W,,, ., ., ,, H-W . me q V ' K H, it , EM 'I w s , ttz, 1 f ., r W Mi a, 49 'if ' :mari gm V4W,,.,,Y , A -il, , F 4 1 Zvzzxjig ,I ,V . A V '15 3 of 5 s ll X 5 r '4 S I, X yi 'H X '35 43? 'gf 4 g 261 if fini" ' 'Ls li Q a f U 4, V in 'E' 4 ke Room f 2 " 4 , 'ff . 1 ' f 1 ' Z A wa f 1 V' af, ,, . 35. tg if X' f 12' X 1 P ,355 ,M ri 1 Q Z, nf sk , -f f at 4 F Q E i I ,. i ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,. ,, ,V-M, fm.. ,,,,,,g:-e,5y ' faziff.. 1 1 fi' . ' xi f A . 222-FRESHMEN For Us 'tx 'gm' s ' " , f ,,,L L. 3 HV., rw... ' W, W V or fa,-, - . ,ur I Q M ,Q ' , 'z '1 . .rf . VZJ, e X ,4 , M rf... 6,7 .. -ru-any if 4 af f 'F' In this year's freshmen section, the written paragraphs are based on a sur- vey the annual staff gave a few select- ed freshmen English classes. We learned a great deal about the class of 1991 and what they're made of. GREAT STUFF! ls what we discov- ered. If you take the time to read these little paragraphs, you might catch your name or even a smile. Class of 1991-we salute you! r. f f J, I , W H ,.. 6 ,Z , 1 .2 1. Stephanie and Dee pose for the camera. 2. Typical freshmen typ ing class. 3. Two excited art pu- pils. 4. Kristi Adams loves Phys ical Science! 5. Scott Lerner spot- ted the candid camera. 6. Freshmen have got the "Walton Spiritf' .,,. at ,, ,W ' 1 we Y "1 ,, . V, Ng wt. 1 ! lx Ji, 1 ,... .. . '?5.4 .,f, M. ing f ff ff I 1 Z fm 7,131 i I . f I f ,.,., I wi V, u, 7 if A . ,, V 'U 4' ',. f ,V X A Q A if . 5157 " ' W, 1 ' "- I.. W C . " U 3 1, " A i I A Af ag " rs . X" F frrr r , 4 ' .1-nf " 'Un f V "" ' V 2 ,14 411: 'WW - - , , Q 5.436 VVVV I .W V V . fa , 3 , V V ,W .,1 .A I ' " wh f V ' .. 1 " ...ef , f.f. Z.. .. F . ' ' 1 We H ' '. """" . . -' V' H1 MW' . if .. 0 Q "n H I V ! V f ' f ' t P, ,V 3 A ,, ig , X ' s Shannon Beckett Susan Beckett Kevin Bently David Benton Jamie Berry Brandie Bierman Christi Bills Gustavo Blazquez Raul Blazquez Chris Boyd Tom Brachowski Lisa Bradford Howard Bradly Joshua Brandt Patrick Brannon Laura Brantley Susan Brenneman Heather Bresnan FRESHMEN-223 Brad Budd Sarnahna Burditt David Burnaugh Kathy Burns Matt Burrell Travis Burt Amy Burton Mindy Butler Lee Anne Cady Casey Canfield Scott Capilouto Gene Carbonell Bracken Carr Amy Carson David Carswell Christine Case Kelly Casey T.R. Cash Julie Causey Maureen Cavanaugh ,. ,W lllllE1lIK' lUll,Elill47If4ll' ll?llll1Ul!EilIll 1? ,- u ,..V . V A t ""i L f . . M W tr Q at :Q gf 1 V1 aff -5 .gQa s at y. - .a-e-y e .. We x " 2-fin .rur Vffj l i hirr' "'7'l L ri'i A ' f ' , . , W A W Ge. . W eshe g 3 . if e , f 3 il, 4 n "sir y n ..rrs . If -Q, 'l'i C K ' 7 Qs.. f X Y r . ,.rhe . 1, Ms 3 J' 3 J , '-'- f eea aa y V yl hsse , . C' ij. , 'f ' L aa- dz. A 'A ' ' V aw ,s , if 0 .K flv fb .iia . ". 1 1 Q, I arsn 'A 1 ,.: -',, '22-ii. .mill .:, rll ,uru 4 vw "How do the upperclassmen treat you?" "like a freshmanf' CStephanie McKinneyJ "Like a God" CJobe Gruberl "Okay, if you don't look or talk to them? fLisa Koschakl "They ignore me." fGillen Koschakj "With respect because they are all scared of ME" CMax Hornsbyl "They look up to mef' fChris Wordallj "Like last week's trash." CGretchen Von Duykej "Like gum underneath the table." CJ on Jacksonl "They don't. fAdrian Van Deusenj 1. Busy gapping over the annual. 2. Conference Time. 3. Freshmen Pals. 4. Just Hangin' around! 5. Such excitement-keep it down folks! 6. Who Me? 7. Robbe and Shane say-"Yeah, we badf, QKIEFIBXB QJQQUFGU 224-FRESHMEN RE BER 0 E! I ot. CE I Q 36 al Q f ,A 4. Q ,, Z X 2 J 5 gif Q4 A -iff! , ' I T.. 3 if A.'. C, J Vff, , 5 I' A J 5 'Q "f 3 J , M i, , ,,, W A H W K. 'H Q 4- :jj " ,:N:f,Ek aff - JV, V, :ll ,Wx ,,,. , A 'Q 5? lg Q 4' 1 ? If 3: I 1 e c Q ., M ga I Derek Chalk Jessica Chamberlain Jennie Chandler Stanley Chang Winstion Cheng Su Choe Matt Ciccarelli Shannon Clichosz Bryan Claney Sarah Clark Jason Coambes Catha Cochran Heather Cochran Christie Coggins Shannon Cohn Jeanne Collins Rebecca Collins Michelle Cook Sarah Cooley Bucky Corban FRESHMEN-225 Brad Cox Kami Cox Ari Craine Scott Craven Christy Craycraft Kevin Crow Joe Curtis Tanvi Dalal Courtney Darragh Charlie Dasher Chris Davis Jimmy Dawson Leslie Day Lee Dehihns Brian Dennison r r , 11 tti ' if 2 V . L 5 L ,st , . iriy i a t , . Zia am fy. " A Q A 1 gig? 7 , ig r 2' I n 4, . u ,"t'- i ,.., if A' , er -f - A if V Hifi ry,. l .,rytair L, t vr,i A GK q vi 'F N 1 dr' U? r rtti r my 1 'Y' it , 3 , ' if XE f' i l '.: ' "What do you and your friends do on the week- end?" 1 J U-M-P! 2. Coke adds life. 3. Go FROSH, GO! 4. The after- math of the Statels strongest throw. 5. Cathy, your leg okay? By far the number one thing to do is go to the movies. Since most freshmen don't have their licenses, the movies provide a good hang-out to these who have Hmom-and-dad transpof' "Par- ty" was the second rated weekend activity with freshmen. After a game or even after a movie, partying only seems natural to all those "party animals" A few other things to do are: go to the mall, play various sports, work, talk on the phone, relaxfsleep, and "pick up members of the opposite sexn. T e Frosh Q j K' .pf sn? -Q -ide 226-FRESHMEN Are Lookin' Good!" 5-ww-mewfvf e., "f K. "ff QT..q,4T"g,iS' e f if is oo o ff- L Y 1 o' o' . , QQ l ,W to Ti ..,. 'ma D ' f wi r' lffzhfufzmf? x vm' We .M Q in ,M 1 "' .- N Kr ' , 3. 1 " f , . ' , Q' - - A 1 . , 5 f V ' AW - Li.-my . 55 E -s i K, gf f N JW, ,iyf . e v on ."- ' V 1' "QQ 3 i E V v f' , T fi, , , ,,L,, , 1' V 42" , A V V D t M, I , . j W A ,.., , K.. A f A If V . A V , X ,:,, J v l oooo f , , E K ' ' i ' si , A -3 3 ,Q QW, , "" ' , ,..,,,,. wid. KW D53 9 f ' ',', o V i an K Q i p W ' A 'K " Q , Q QL f ' ,jj eg, ' . ff n V ,. , -" " ff' 41.6 f, ., .,,,, f - ' "2 'bg 4 E FH' 'fWE53i.'M,1W"i14fAfz1+:35:,f, f '6' z a ' K f fx ' A if ' 3 A . f.. 'rw' Q uf , W -' A , g W Kjos, gf, 2, 1- , M, , X M Y Q 9 M I 1 2 asf V J f 33 Joe Dent Joe DeRamos Denny Devlin Scott Dick Allison Disosway Dawn Doolin Kevin Dressler Remie Dubose John Ducarme Nancy Duff Denise Dunsmore Corey Eaton Kim Edenfield Brian Edminister Karen Edwards Kenitha Edwards Abby Ellis Brian Ely Jenny Engelbert Julie Engelbert Colin English Jonathan Evans Marc Fader Jon Falcon Kristen Fuller Susan Fryer Stephanie Frisard Heather Frew Willie B. Free Kim Frank Jennifer Fox Dan Fowler David Floyd Shawn Fleet Carla Florez Brenna Fisk Karen Fischer Robbe Felder Rusty Fancher Amy Galloway Brooke Gammel Nestor Garcia Chanel Garner Shelley Garrett Q, ,.,, ,, W fr ,fff ,H mm ,ww f A V W tv za- ' .'yu' F , A Q ,, W f , 72, 1 2 r 42 .j,ffQff" , , , 5 Hi, Vk., ,,,J,, m,,ffW, ar:,, . , ,swim fm, -Wz,,g3f,,,,. ,, .,,..,,,,.,,g:1,r21,,r, 5 la f if " n ff J V x 4l,2'?3,3,,, v:::4i:g2:gmm1-. :Hiya-L ,amz me me ms We u l V f ? Steven Gardner ft ,.., Debbie Greisel Ryan German ., Daryl Gibbs rrrrs llae r 'Z ff' V i..,,, .W Q 'Tr W na ""e' are ' ,.,:rw ,mx 'VK ,, A M X A ,wif AMW! wffff al q?H??"' , ,. ,,,. za, J- AX YM 22 wif C ass oi' 1991 ,J if f W , ,,,,. ,f wi 'G .Q-1" S Wea 'adv' I .. 3 M: TE ' -X. N' ' 'X , - V , as 1: 42 . f. .f f 1 f Rules! .Z y 5 . ' 9+ ' , 4 , 4 Pi 2 , YQJQW - ill fzf I H6 f , me 1 uh' 5 , ssa , i . 1. What are you looking at sir? 2. SURPRISE! 3. Why are you stringing popcorn, ma'am'? 4, Wouldn't you rather have a chair? 5. YEAH FROSH! 6. Justin mar- vels the wonders of Literature. 7. A coke and a smile. ' if W t , gf . Q . . ' 'L .,.. ' ' 'A' fr Q Q 1 ,, 5 L A .1 Allison Gibson Kathi Gilroy Tracy Glassford Shannon Goldberg Jennifer Goldt Eric Goransson Greg Gordy Ruthie Gramez Amy Greene Jill Greer Pamela Gupta Cathy Gross Jobe Gruber Kimberly Guerin Dustin Gummels Lisa Gunn Stuart Gurr Denise Guthrie Michael Haas Chris Hager I "Was the change of middle school to high school hard for you? Explain." Most freshmen felt the change was a bit difficult, but the outcome Was all for the better. The teachers seem to Work the students much harder and donit Ubabyi' them so much. But, now on the other hand, some students felt the change was not difficult at all. One student quoted that he had upper- classmen friends to tell him how to handle it. Another said her middle school teachers had well-prepared her for it. Either way, the adjustment had to be made and everything Worked out just fine. Byron Hall Chris Hall Mike Hamburger Holly Harding Brian Harhai Derek Harmon Eric Harris 'Freshmen 1. Isn't that swell, Gillen? Yeah Nick, peachy. 2. Run! 3. Friends are Fun! 4. Blair's showing off for a change. 5. This is such a swell class. 6. I don't know quite what to say. Do you remember your most Embarrassing Moment? How did you feel? What was the expression on your face? Here are some Embarrassing Moments from your fellow classmates. . . . "The bus driver kept driving after seeing me waiting at the bus stop" . . . "I spilled my milkshaken . . . "Someone told the person I liked, that I liked them and I was standing right therev . . . UI dropped my tray on the lunch lady" . . . "Zowie called me a bop" . . . '4My lunch was stolenn . . . "I ran to the boy's bathroomu . . . HI ran head on into Nick Wilsonn . . . 'II slipped on yellow stuff in the ' ' 'fi r'f 4 4 lunchroom" . . . "I broke the desk with my foot" . . . "Someone hit my books out of my hands" ISllP"'N" I f . I In f I e "l . I , 5 kr 5... lien 4 x Kristin Harsh Allison Hastings Jason Hatter I I W , . s . U i-. .. . V T . Chris Head I , Y e-,fy ,.V, Q ' V Amy Heffernan '1 A . Farl I-IeJaz1n1ak A EV ,.,,,,, 4 f I ,....- I t V Jennifer Helton AV 1 A ....... mr. t H A I H VVV, . '-', II ":" I . . ff 1 Brooks Henderson I' II ic A , Jennifer Hendleman .1 1.. -V f Q . li g I ' I , . Laura Henry A M . ,vrf A . 'I Mafk HWS .ttl I It I ' I I 'I' Rayce Hicks J . f -'T W .2 . Q ' cI H ' . I LT 1 I 1 ri. . ff. J' Brooks H111 I I , ffm t fp T.J. Hill I 1 N , ' 'II . .-'. . -I r Rob Hines M , I .I H ., get . V V Randy HiHS0H . it I Shandy Hogan Q, V. - , ,, Ryan Holman ,f I , I I , ,. . , - 'I I V F 'IIE Tom Hoover - ..It V -I VII' ' I ' ' Jenmfer Horan . . fi 230-FRESHMEN l"'? C O QQ Hav Got that Splrlt. ,,,,.. V, f f' Q y , ff, f -1 ZH 72? WU 61 W ff 'ff' Q WL f 1 ' W 125 if M f lf X? A s Q' ff' -2 l-ff fm tp, W , - aa 'Y if i, ,, 12 ,W 1,50 4 4 W 1, , W 2 'R ' 5 , , .. WI. ,1 . ,. , , . 4 ' l ,G jf 1 1 ii X xi, ,, .1- Qi! he ' i Nfdg f' X J iriro 5 , V4 ,,,X , , . 4 gg 56 1 Q3 " w, 3 , 3 H A 'Z lm W. nz 'lv I ff x nw , ,, to ,, , ,,l,, , 3 J 2 W p kV,. :.. , ,,,12, . z W . 5 :H , ,r 1 ,M , it X f 4' I 2 A 7' . ' :Tj , 15 Q ,,,V y rg " ' ar, L Mig? f ..,,,, A ,M ,' J f s ,wfq , 4 -. '. fi i ' ' ,Q ,,,, , , LA I q.. 4, H, N 19, , a f K x i Kristie Hornkohl Kate Hornsby Max Hornsby Alex Hosch Drew Housley Whitney Houston Chris Howe Matt Hube Jason Hughes Monica Hughes Brian Hummer Troy Humphreys Dennis Hutcheson Kerri Hvizdak Kerin lsakson Amy Irig Erica Ingold Julie Jacquot Darrell James Katherine James Todd Jarman Eric Jensen Happy Jett Gillen Joachim Gary Johannes Kathy Johnson Steven Johnson Stephanie Jolluck Darryl Jones 1 i eisiee J FRESHM N-231 Scott Jones John Jouanet Laura Katz Vanessa Keable Christie Keeley Derek Keene Ginny Keller Vivian Kennel Kris Kinard Erin King Kathy King Josh Kiett Kristy Knight Lisa Koschak V . """' w . fr Z 'Wu Wi ,ix f KK? X fi 1 f li if il if 1 K' W, V' ff QA I 'Q it f HS Fro h 'V fiiigillifl '1!'J3z', 'fllliai A55912' :1,l1,fi-Ig, 'L-Z,1Ei1,f'.g'55t, 1 L , , 2 if ' f . 'QF' if cg 11,1 - W tt, , 2 Q' ff' "i , .,, , f f X en' SLL, , i 211 fiflf' , 22 :S 22 Sl Q si Ai xx :L 'S ,E 1' 1 , lx nz e' f! iff, V Jill Koson Keri Kramer Janet Kulpa Mike Kuykendall N , , H at 1 -'WET' I ,W I .j My -fx W ' ' f f 4 , ,NH ' ., , 'M Y: J Z V if . .i 4, A 'A' ff " f va, .. J it it i,,i Qi ,,,. ,, Zi 1 A5 52 K fall viii 4 ,,... .ff ,, . . y 'E GM '? ,J ,- 6 le' J f ' Q V' , My , 5 in 1. 5 7 J ' f , , A, gif E , ' f 455 f . M Hue ' fly ,YV ,,,, ,Q af f f f YVA 5--x --'uname 2 2-FRESHM N ll eG0 2 f " "-' i 3 . . A y. . .... . H gg Q Z4 . N, W,.,. . a '.', , f ff' - a f if X' W k,,,,, ,,..,,. Q, a ,ae . 1 2 'L,, . . ,f 4 "What Did You Expect To Happen The First Day Of School?" For many the first day of school brings about a feeling of apprehensiveness for the in coming freshman, feelings of fear after hearing horror stories from the up- perclassmen. How did you think your first day of high school was going to be? . . . "I thought I'd get lost" . . . "I feared that the older kids would pick on me" . .. "Being called a F reshman" . . . "Getting mean teachers" . . . "Meeting new peoplew . . . "I expect- ed the food to be good" . . . "The halls to be crowded and to be pushed around." The biggest expectationffear among the students was being late and being picked on by upperclassmen. 1. Ilove German. 2. I can't find what I need! 3. Class is almost over-Whew! 4. How's the weather? 5. Ken knows all the right stuff. 6. "Are you alright?" "No, I don't think sof' 7. ZOOM!!! 8. Hey spiff, ain't it! 9. Freshmen Homecoming beauties pose for the camera. Christine Lachance Stacy Ladd , . I -'-' , - 'f f iQ F ,I at 2 a Melanie Lamb Andy Lance Steve Lang Margaret LaPorta Robert Larrabee I n ...ig M. . 'saw ,A.,. 1 Tod d L aRue Ellis Lee Jennifer Lee f a - .,,,.-" - ., a John Leichty Randy Leonardson Scott Lerner M, an .,,. aa Alvin Lewis 5. , 1 t ttdf , - r s r a Brad Lewis ' V ..r a - wa . . , , Brian Locasclo ,, '--- . f I .4 Amy Long . if ' ',. W Q. Kim Lopez .,V Q 'ti 2 ' Shannon Lovejoy r - 'r" . ' 'F B Kevin Mack 5 2 fi Matt Macleod if I f Q 6? H Michael Madlem if V! , am VVVV, f , ... . ..,,: arf I Kevin Magilke ' gg! Catherine Mallanda A. VV g iw J' Q g 5 Bill Mann Zi 39 N' E Christian Marenghi s . Si . . r 5+-3144. Ashley Martin fa lrrr. l Richard Martin W gf ' " 4 " AQ , ' ' Saundra Martin gh I V I J W Kristin Masse rr- 2 " ' ' or - i Kathryn Mathews I " ... .Q Michelle May .0 .,, , ., ...,., ,, f Lx. Aw- -yybk . .i 4 FRESHMEN-233 We re Flnall here Most of this year freshmen class felt they had to adjust to the merge of middle schools due to the opening of a new high school in our county. Then on the other hand, many people felt they had made great friends whom they will keep for many years to come. The Freshmen class, from Dickerson and Dodgen, have joined as members of Walton High School. 1. "HowwWdee" 2. "Typing-much funn, says D.J. 3. The Freshmen are hav- ing fun at the pep rally 4. Smile for the camera. 5. Freshmen want their views heard too. 6. Someone looks sad. 7. Omi- god . . . there's a test? 3 4 S ,fvg VN sr- rf S-.7 :. s. ' me Y""f " ..., Wim" F A ai si ss , K K. sir - 234-FRESHMEN ff ff 4 We .I 6446 M 7 ' F' V .1 . I ,X A, g ,- -al ,Q ff' l X Q 7' ,w ' - 'Y , 'f . -"A V f ,- " 'ff V.. vw f "" 1- , - K ,' . X Yi-4 "" ' A ' V i ' 1 i 1 ei ag, M ' s at? M if ig t QM . 6 'Y - ' if . - ,, ' ' 'ff s"' ff -rf , A l l Z , S Z f 11 4 ag','kkn 2 ,1 ' ' I ,'1,3i,2y57?1gg-5:1 H , 4 3 1 D? M. any ,gy 4 , -Z 3' , - X.f f I ,gig ,palm A "-. IQ, ' -Y' 'il S TESL! ,WW ' , N' 35' A Q " , A ' hw' W ' I A K, My L,, , 3, ' ' K , iisl . ' 4 'l ,, ' ,f , 1, '7 ,I V ,,,, l ' will ,nf ,,,, i 1 Q - .SL W ge' , .. " ' , my 11 vm gf Hg? f 22 'A i'm?l2lZf'ii5Hi1V5?W'K J' qyvgvd' .34 ,V f,,f L ..,..,. ,,,, , ,,, ,, .N , ,KW kk,k, 7 k,k,, I KF, n -I 3 v . !! W5 of Z, r 35 , .v 'fig' W 1, if ,- ' ' , 331111-lmqkv 'eg ,, lii,ir!!?3 H 1 ' K-aswll ,if in gg,-,f 'n I 1 wh? A ' Il , , ff , ,' fin?-:2e:,:...,'f:, it , as 4 ' ' " , 35 Q , , ,,,,, U Z 4,-V,,,v. , 4 A N nf, f , x f ...V , 0 , , , ,V l , ' n,2E:1v2Ef!1i iiiill' ."' U' ,,:.1n1,-1 -,'. . ' . A M' , 2 -S , M ' , .A,v J, V, New Wil , W ai' 35 5 A K 1,7 -f . f "fffff f ., me ' 'l 5 V Alex Osborn 2 ,Q W ff 70 W f ff . , ,f in .,,,,,w ,f4. V - M.,-,,n, W W 1 V45 5 ' if if gf , . , W , ffff" ?5.QQff,f Brian Osburne Kathleen Otonicar Leslie Parks 6 aww Heather McBrair Taylor McDaniel Kelly McDonald J .R. McDowell Molly McHugh Justin McKinley Stephanie McKinney Amanda McNally Rob McNeil Jennifer Meinders Ashley Miller David Miller Lee Miller Tracy Miller Ann Mingledorff Thomas Mitchell Elaina Mitek Matt Modansly T.J. Moody Tim Moran Tom Mordarski Matt Marlen David Muir Alice Mulligan Sheila Mulligan Andy Nale Rhyan Neily Jennifer Nelson Scott Nicholls Nicole Noland Dee Nowak Derek Odegard Kim O'Hara Kris O'Hara Kris Ohlsson Mark Ongaro FRESHMEN 235 t THERIYS NUTHING WE CAN'T D02 V E r ' S . W i 1 W Y H, , S k V M, -: nw W ' ' W V - ,I - 1 ,125 . Q Q 5 wmwawwmnmgmw 'fp V , , , f 4 a6f,frvwl1WWW'WMy56""". Y-3 ', A . ' , ' 1 . 5 Tanya Spann L 7 V,', H V an Clay Speas ,,,, 2 ,, Q V L , r " I . D fb fgww if , ...,,, ,W u- Aaron Spltallnrck x 2 " kt 2, 1 'M 'iiliL H ' Rachael Spitz " 4 , , ft Laura St. Plerre ,V Xl 1 4, - Ashley Stapleton a S r an Angla Stephens a'a . W A , Cedric Stephens " Q Paul Stevens ' 5 " 9 ' I i" ' ' Jason Stewart V ' Brett Stilling 4 2 i 5 Qt tttsa ar 2 nf ,vias WHY E, ,KN 4 , N, . 4 I ff? . M 6 .A 236-FRESHMEN i QU WWW ,ff . , t XX y ,X IQ . 'U IJ II EXTRA EXTRA pasiw Wg so arf' fv- es... 'S'-.. as -L Q ,. K5 1 I ,,.. E, ,, WJ? ,,,, gf, ,,,,,,. ' av.. I H 5 K M JZ Y iv .W 5 rerer n if , Robert Stower Andy Stoy Monica Stucky Suzanne Suddath Wes Swearingin Griffin Talbott Lisa Talias Patty Tanski Amy Tarter Vanessa Tax Preston Taylor Nick Temiyabutr Stephanie L. Tennis Lisa Testa Chris Thomas Joe Thomas Kevin Thomas Mark Tilinski Tissy Tisdale Latrina Toiefree Katherine Tolliso Q ai FRESHMEN-237 Chuck Parnell Barbara Pashley Kristi Patterson Amy Pauley Jill Peacock Justin Pequew Gaela Peters Anne Peterson Sam Pettengill Kevin Phelps Jason Pierce Scott Pisciotta Christy Platt Mitchell Pornerance Erin Poole Kelley Poole Marc Porter Angela Powers Julie Price Katherine Psaki "r' Qs E If -3 5 . . 3 0 'i17"?'g ff, P 1 l 'I 4 I S xt.. N H3 2 -2: P f ,SLLI3 H ' " 'i . 5 Ewan! faxtfgsb Q .Q fr, 1: E X-D5 . I ,735 XII" 'fn W? f M y K 4 ,. A V, li ' ,V 2 www-if eff, ' ' " de f f f l' ll I 5 5 l . ' "" V " ' ' ' 125 22 ' any Z . , : xg ., , J . 0 ' 'iff' 'Q " ' 1 4 ' I 1' - fd, 214' " 'Wikilff vw ,,f,e,A . i ,, My rf' V t t 1 may Q f 1 x a 0 4 +' f P . .,.,,, ,H f tk.,- X is 38-FRESHMEN E' UMBER 0 E! I ,m ,Z , 7 2 - as , ' . ' 'W 2' F6 .A 1 - 5, . . , 2 ew, 4,4 .f haf hm, I -x,f-vw rw. . ,MW ac' W f I2 , fi Z2 if ri ,, . .Q ,Q ..,.,f,, ,V ,,,,Lk J 2 1 A 4' f wi, I ' 5 kip' i ., ig 2511 2' ,Q ff 5 'if ' aanwwaeaa , 1 1... , .. . ' fx Q14 . ., M., .,..,kk ,nw W' 3' - f ,W f 95 Z! f Z gi 42? fa? 3 W Z 4 H 9 l I ww, a gyw, .W .. . if , p -V V'.- IQ! , '," Lfff H ' , "L V . .4s1QQyJyggga.k 1 , , i . J 7 L E ..... .... , . , l . . , ,, . . .f . ,Wi f, diff W . , 1. A. typical freshmen class. 2. Chris looks mighty interested in what he's doing-nothing. 3. Hair by L'Oreal 4. We are dudes! 5. Takin' a peek at a frosh class. 6. A freshman ritural-fixin' the do! 7. Jessica chats with an old friend. 8. Hey-Havin' fun? 9. Look at those f'Legs', . . . GO! 10. Frosh Stuff. Is it possible to sleep While smiling? Jason Purdue Franceen Quigley Marsha Quinn Kelley Reddick David Reed Kevin Reed Jay Rhyne Angela Rice Brandon Rickman Mark Ridenour Alan Rieger David Rieger Shannon Roberts Matt Robertson Jennifer Robinson Mandy Robinson Jessica Rodriguez Damon Rose Mike Roth Betsy Rowe FRESI-IME - 39 Wes Rowell J.J. Sacha Jon Samuels Elizabeth Sanders Erica Sanderson Shane Santee Amy Sanders Stephanie Sautel Donnie Sawyer Lauri Schacher Stacy Schaffer Kevin Schweers Hillary Scotti Rob Scruggs Ronen Shacham Danielle Shapiro Ryan Shea Kimberly Sheber Adam Sheppard Michelle Seigel David Sikes Lisa Simon Jeff Small Jack Small SIU E" ,, ' A Q gm fl , i W , y X c 1 fi 5 W S , ,.Ei, W X , beak V ' Tigre asf I f a V, . ,i Z riis Q iiii " ,g wvafzjzaiig ,M V, . ? E fszf' W ,, i M 1 f f ff-- f 111az:w.:a:,1-:,.s V i i M4 ittl luck and Lots oi' E, I ,, , ' ,,,,'::.1,:-,--' 5 , i,dy, , e'ii fi H X Q xx X x ' Z QQ- I M312 " ,Ia M . ,E 9 4 W ww M v W W uw fl 5 iff 4 Z X 5' f' fa ,,,. 1 1 -. as , , nag, I B .,, ,, A Q A no w , 1' fa , if ff , I Q 4 fi ggi? f ,I 2 51 it 1,6 4, ,gr 4 0 l e 1 5 Q at 55 1 V " ' W Za, ' My 7 4 " f ,,f ff , V egg 1 fy? P if is M I of f yi f 1 4 . " ' al A ew, 13 ,km fe 'K 1 ik ,Q awwtwang--Mawm fwim., wana atience Q 1-g 1- ..- ,sn was f.-f .sg gg - 'E viii PUWV il 'NT lx fix'-if Na W ses ix X S rl gli wk . 2 L' 20? an rm LIV, L se S 'sl X . A we . 1. H ... W, . Wfiif ' I f fi? V if g m,., 6 4 nh' ' E.. , 1 . V Troy Smilery A ' 1 Adam Smith 1' Ann Smith 1 n Q W V 13 11 Darren Smith r ' ,L . N . . Elizabeth Smith 3 Eric Smith ul ,,,, 1 , 1. Q .rv -. t,t, II V ' I f ,, 5.""f ' V . iv - :- I f ' E75 -f I fit' ' .f ' ' pi x e - T. . If 173 Y' V " i"' if 1' ' . L . . . -L,. kia. i,-t I 1 .,h, .. .yr L Karen Smith V V ' tti i,t, iff? , gays Smjith 5 W, f V . Q f ark Smith 5 or ithi Lg . iiim Mike Smith ' A 12' A Shelby Smith E Ryan Smith j l E is 5.4g,, ,,e. Ray smitherman 1, W, Toby Sneed I W Ryan Soard , ii l 2 ' For the Freshmen, high school brings about some major changes especially when it comes to aca- demics. The following statements were made by the freshmen and the Way they feel about their classes. The freshmen go from one extreme to the other by saying many classes are easy While there are others more difficult. The students say While they classes are some what longer, they learn more and have more freedom. Also, many of the students found it difficult to get from one end of the school and back again for each class. 1. As he squirms, "Um, yeah, my homework is right here." 2. Laraby says, "I can never remember the au- thor!" 3. A "Party ANIMAL" at the Band-Rock-a-Thon 4. "Aw C'mon- no pictures during THIS test! 5. P.P.O. sure is fun.! FRESHMEN-241 Class oi' 1991 . . . 54 wr? FALL Qi, VMIEL' ' f 529891 Z22""'w5'iZQi-'5"-'EK 4515 - Tu 1 V rr mamma 5 Hx , fi. xx MQW , 'f ,, 9 W 3 F Hifffggvgg FRQDMBN. N Yi 1 f 1 . 51-'ff Q K T5 I , n 5:11 mme U ? 5 54 ' FWALS' w xg 42' whiff Q YL I fffef Q WM I 1 qr,,Wf"f" Q . 3 . .SX .X 6 -iv - , K N-, A- - F .if-xg 'HQ :.x 1 in i gi K r g K'L- x X :L . . Q it li X i ii . gd l 242-FRESHMEN I-ERE AIDERSQQ M0f1w56Ptf35 i :' ' 'Nunn Fnosm Q FRESHMEN-243 ll? Q was E ae wiki Valerie Tomlinson , ,, M , Brian Towles I !,,, Ted Trevino , Jenny Trombley ' A' Karen Tsakiris Bobby Underwood Brandon Underwood Adrian Van Deusen V Heather Vaughan Michelle Vignailt ' Gretchen Von Duyke "' Q, V' Tony Voudy , " , Img Zif- . ' ff" 1:5 Blair Waldron f fm Ashley Wallace if Q 'T "it A mf A2251 Matt Walsh Philip Walter .H Adrian Weber it 4.5 ' ll M r an W4 4 N. vw 1- . If 3 QA,, Fx 5 5' 4 Q , if i AY Lisa Weber 1 Mark Weimann an Sara Whaley , ',', 1 X Aimee Wheatley ,f """ 9 , 'iii 244-FRESHMEN 'Q 45 :Q t 1 I 5 ., g ,ff-0 ww: 5 . f ,W N f 5 Va If ' 'Z' ,, - 1 ' 'W 4 if I ' t , ,, gk f af ' sf 'L'V I - .W 1 6 ff K' fy if ,pf Y ,, ', ,. , HH, X ,4 f, , .V , .V,,V , M. l M f W f, ,.. 1 WE E 0T IT LL TUGETHER' 9 I . .4 In is f ., .fi 'I ,K f it n rri. i g rf 5- ' ,ax I gg., - I , -'Q I ' ' 1' K ,Nj .' . M Q 'f' 'X -'. .. f 2 f 9 ' . W . , J. . iff' 4, . V V , 2 f 5 lf- f+35,,aa . it Q2 . , . insifr. 2 .ffl r I '-my I ,A ,,v v I ' f ffl 1iXJi,w' 3 K . - ' ff' 'W 'TT K V - r I A wir , W We 3 Vryk wi , 5,11 Q, x .1 I ,,,1 M M A .J 5 R dy' Hawk W 1. Amy says, "GO Raiders" 2. Mom-and-Dad-Transpo is not al- ways on time. 3. A little chat.4. Grr- 5. Oh my-very close. 6. 'Tm not a very happy camper right now" 7. Enjoying your- selves? 8. NO HOMEWORK! 9 Pssssst- how do you do 36? 10. I just love this class. 11. SMILE! i flifilf A Wk e "nw , fa, N-1 zf i I X . - : l .af gl Tommy Woolwine Shannon Wreage Becky Wright Kim Wuenker Stephanie Young Scott Wheeler Ryan Williams Julie Williams Nancy Williams Danna Wilson Rob Wilson Karen Wilson Kim Wilson Stephen Winters DJ Wittenburg Julie Witzel Justin Wolf Chris Woodall Jessica Woodison 'ins 35" 6 dy, 'S' Ns. FRESHMEN-245 In e c ass of 1991 rocks 0 "I - - xg... M Y I 4 J Q f", v N V1 SGS kb L . yi, Q i 'An l Kr 'N-...-Y" FRESHMEN-247 4 C2 QSC? 00' 963 5 V' ., Couass TEACHER ALL l .C-.ED Sggqp Au. C15 ' y.su. -HYDE ALL TR."l SPANIA oz, 1 ALL Cnwx Lumen ggoww ALL 0144 AL-C1-IQ2. DRUNVAQI ALI, 3l2.9'C1q'Cpmp1F1Dwgp5 ALL' DU' Wil STowe1zS , :Ny it ik:-' +5147 4-c.s4-hah '9Q'vxv5 Q, q V '-EPQQCEHJE 4 Q I JJJ 'M 4 4 44 Q4 444 ' 3 Q 55 4612 qqq M N X q . qqq qqq I Q 4 qw-were we v g,xTWQQ'::xg9'sx' 11 1111 11 11 1 1 If .1ff1j 1 -111 Q11 11 E711 5 1 if X 111 111, iimbgawizl S 33c94lg2Qqf4 .x 699 MK, ,3"'z3,,Z:: ' fr .,-'Vie iw. . 1, fs , . V' 'Q .B 11 is 11151111 1111111, - -ir X 250--FACULTY blowing om to Gwen Paul-Principal Linda Abernathy Terry Poor ,L M ik THE lllMlNL"l'll 'l'lVl ? e be 5. -'rf' .. Q. ew Wir L 252-ADMINISTRATIUN eg A X is .Lbs TEAM Y cz fs.- -JL i X 1 1 Rodney Cole Dr. Ronda Tighe Dr. Tom Higgins 'I -Qf3""? .ff M , 7 , f 'P ADMINISTRATION-253 Lib Newton Head Counselor Donald Blower- Counselor Marilyn Lambie Counselor Rita Petty- Counselor Shirley Elliott- Records Beverly Fries Beverly Adkins Sherri Dorsey- Bookkeeper Irene Eikoff Ginny Jones Judy Martin Glenda Matheson- Future Shop Sue Sturniolo- PPO Frank Plummer C-TirU'If ASIC' -it AEI 1 30' ?J' 51553,-53' 'fQ1NfA."' S5 AMN W'-m .W 'mr F ,,a. N La , A 5 .QE M ,,q,i,r W MWF, K -,,. . r l fre r We ' ? M f uf -, trt, 1 H H garw 1 ,. ,, ,,.., ,,r. 5 ' 6 ,E .. A .,,: fi for? was What college were you looking we W 254-FACULTY Frank somebody parked in my space! HI W.-.A+ n, huns PM-.w. vm... An,-+,w wk.-M wma -Ahn- How many people were late today? . . ' S Congratulations or should we say condolences E K 1- L . fl .-,p' 'Tm sorry he's not in right nowf, 9.11: 'S1 UGA.'W'EQ'fI EHPfA.R'ilW'Lf Elf! fi 'iw Hey! Don't hurt yourself. ,XX fff' ff' A 'S+-xxx KK,,f'N f-""+'-s+.,,m f ,- ,M,,,.. Q ' , Montez Blackwell V S. V,,,'Q f Dept. Head S Z' Bucky Boozcr Q '-', Q Dennis Jordan -' ' Tom Price . 'l v ' .ijfii Bill Sheskey John Stafford Joe Wilson Bob Younglove X Come on-lift it! Vlmib AW-get real . . . 'A J 1 ,-i.. L , f k-L-i 7:',: ' Ilg A '- Wait a sec coach. Smile Everybody!!! This food isr1't half bad. ss 'I J f QS E1 il- . w ' Y. kkki,, . What's going on Coach? FACULTY-255 A ky,g.r.,,. ,s i 215212 , 51U'S3' E1NF'51f-S355 S ! ,N...2k...wfM' iw?-'r"g'N' E 2 l 5 is 3 1 "Just park it over theref, What's cooking'?! X . Carolyn Ott-Dept. fig 'xr i as Head b Arnie Janssen gtg Stan Keese 5 M33 Bob Overstreet X5 x Larry Pace Nancy Rebenack Leroy Skinner Steve Cagle Don Carter Joan Heavner Lori Lynn Rhonda Moore Sherry Norman Geraldine Peete Marsha Tunick Carol Wilson .5 no 4 A 2 N VA ' M M ' X Q 1 f ' . L are-fig! ii rrai fe- i . 5 V fi f No rest for the weary. as Q . 13, W to r if! f V. I .- , gn S MW Nxuk U . . . then take half a cup of walnuts . . . ' ga 5 1 ' L , 1 2 J .5 in X . 2 l .srs or , - 'wx x . Ti I W QR I e f -iii' f L ' F EE 1 e f l - 4 L, L ...Q 3 ,1 is Wherels the rest of my carl'?l Hey! I've got a question . . . 2 W Bob Cowles 5, ' A Orchestra Stephen Moss- Art Melissa Stamenkovic- Choral sw Careful not to burn yourself Our colors are red, white, and blue! Color inbetween the lines! f ff ,A -If-fl 'ff'-' Q' K tkz C , rib rrs.As ffsifffie, - xii, 4 sv:: ....... , 5: Q A rr, -ri' - 'A FACULTY- 257 F' - Dept. Head Mike Back Band Bob Haley Athena Vachtsevanos- Dept. Head Pam Brackett Linda Edwards Betsy Frank Ann Griffin Mario Munoz Karen Romano Beverly Titlow Janice Walls Beverly Warinner Karen Webb 159 -, 1RE3"fQTif'f.' Lu vX.1NI'Cfi".U1Q.Q7i"5i t at if i fer Hn S G .i E ,, Hifi ,, ' 'Vi Q, , if , 5 My N, 1 -f, rv we 1' 1 Q r 6 s , ,. X 7 PHOTO NOT AVMLABLF PHCETO NOT AVMLABL W' 'W f 2 5 MW ' 6 X WW? Q fb A We f fr f w , f Z f -1 . f A 'W af z f 4? wzekmv a MW 4 A 4 fwfff 4 -tw L wa 1 z.: 1 gf.: -' f'?f X f fi? if f Very Good Senor' ' Can you find the teacher in this picture? 7 . ,Q S1 "Excuse me, do you have a pass? Vi? any 0 gy 2 258 S , ,, '55 , i t 1?"i M' I an 5 'v " :VX , W . 9,7 Ai:-ef, gf' is ,i rf N if 1. S V fa any:-V 5. , ' w w . Q A' -waz' S ' A if fr. , i 9, JG' 'IAJ " I 'TEES M at , , 'G 6 A 'tw r , ' 1 , J f X ii No, China is not next to England. H M2mf'fgee r 9 , Hey there Mrs. Martin! George McNeese- Dept. Head Steve Anderson Bill Colier Bob DeMenna Larry Frost Donna Harris Jeannette I ' A is Q Martin 4: ' Ann Rogers Al Smith g ,f Ann Snead 1, -ff Brett ?E Stanton Kathy Wright . Georganne . Young Rickey Young See here are the classes to take! Act like we re discussing Can I help you? This year has been the bicentinnial of the U.S. Constitution and Wal- ton's dedicated Social Studies teachers have tried to teach their students to have an appreciation for their country. Tracing the de- velopment and history of our world and nation is what these teachers help us learn in class, outside of class they try to teach us to have pride in our country. 259 , f- Teresa Kincaid-Dept. Head Leeann Cummings Trudi Donovan Pam Drummond Joan Dutter Tonda Hager Rosemary Inlow Diana Lossner Peggy Martin Kathy Massengill Regina McKinney Bobbie Monger Brad Smith Molly Spier David Sullivan NTU' H ' Si1??'JA.Rf'.J1ME'51N'f EJ "'-1 Mi f, llll i W A ,bf 'QW Y , f' i 4 C Tiny' ,Ki ii . I W A . , . . 23 if it i, ,iii arry i is , U 2 X A i lc' 'L 'Q y Q f , rj ., I 2 A ? A V . 72, k 5 4 ' f -. ' if No, thatys not your test' , ,r.,i ay, ,,,, . John, please come do number 2 on the board." C What a class!! You wouldn't dare y-www, 4 I think he s taking our picture S r r "" I 5 i S, xr - - T' ins.. ii . 1--'fqkffzs -- --:.: H ,,3,:s.,, -Q, txt bmi gg kkkk i .A ., -. -- ,... r 'tar ' - - ,,,.,,,,,,,,.a N-W "S.l.'1i! 'X'K , ,, , ,,,,,, L X . ,M 5 i f A Yes, can I help you? "Get quiet everyone or there will be homework' 4 260-FACULTY ':l'fICf3fTilu' 'IS' ?'f EH1?2A.R.'fEu1MI'fEH'fI'W F , aaas ,.,:. W CLE zfzzf ll 3, f f 2 , f W, 5 f ff if E , y E if ev -. A QQ! ? C MGE 2 X 1 'Il' l L is if . , M, VQYV UMW ...,,,,.,,.,,,,,, M ,MW .,g,, L ,,,., M..,,.,s . ,,,,,,,.rW..N---W.. H r . 5 x if .5 1 4 41" r Mrs.Barras is it "in before Hen? i 'QQ 4, ,Q 2 l' gg l I r , Pat Barras-Dept Head Ann Baker Lynn Byrd Linda Bisbee Ken Blankenship Pat Connelly Susan Ellis Robin Fletcher Julie Flowers Elizabeth Holcomb Karen Norton Will Rumbaugh Larry Richard Camille Russell Phyllis Scallion Ernest Souza Carolyn Waters Mimi Williams eil. English Dept. shows their spirit. i. Oh Mrs. Bisbee ... . f' An apple a day! FACULTY-261 SjCiIE3'BJ' SF! 3lE'i1?1-3.35-i'Iu1M1'5i'fIE1EU Jo J aquithw Dept. Head Shane Amos Carol Bowen Laura Dedmon Rhonda Greenburg Bill Hawkins Sheryl Hyde Luella Losey Martha Manley Bill Pankratius Susan Phillips Marion Romeo Robin Sansom Nyla Sherburne Gail Whitlock Marilyn Crozier Joan McLemore ,. ""' he , r,r1r ,-f, S Izbn rlr fzdr X rr.i rr., i .Q,. L lr,,l lr-rr,rri,, r Y- . , dx -. s .4 i S.: e. iigy . ,A i Y Q , , 5 . ' ,, , S. .,,,:-. ,LEX Ez, , pH0 TO Wie r.s .. sl, 'ms ' es -Q - - Q . frets , ,., 1, 15,r NOT Ny' ' . seil ' is-1 H Okay give me Newton s Law. No that's not right! UZ W A-Q.. "What are you doing?" Hoppy Halloween!! 5. Biology is serious! - ' 1' Hey there. Yes you ve failed 1 l' i A if AVAILABLE 'iff E' 51 1119. SEMI wi ALNI fS3PJE3CC33IfA.T!lu '21 Please return your books here Ps. 'N ill X Who are you looking for? .I Hurry up before he takes the 1 k I , .. . ,,,,. . V .Q Q . . A Rs ' -. N AA W ,Q ' Jackie Auerbach , W A A wp, I f J Af 1 D' Beverly Thrash 'X . L , Q YW' gi V X V Susan Case'Dept i Z ,.'- i I Head A,,g3, it 'gn 5261 , Evelyn Allen ' kv iff fifjiif. gilillfil'-. 5 la . A 1.3 6. ' 1. , K K QQ: '-'X Diane Benton Marsha Brelsford Diana Brown Linda Buzby -Q no 'rr it A, xg Barbi Hopper 1" 655' f il ,,.. 1 I 'a , ,i - Joan Ikerd i -,- ,: B Q V Mary Staten M 31- Joan MacDonald QX 3 - - , . 'Y REQ Ai: 1 I don t know where those books are ' V 1 y , , M 4 -A 1 f' , T ww ...r. AW i K ,L W M ' 4'1" fi ' . I 1 72 M The film is out, sorry! we're the best! . Oh Mrs Brown Faculty 263 MEIEN S BEE-FICITN' i 4 . N . xii x FAQS W WL m 1 ff E ., . 1 X SVG E 'Y ' .. 'L A '2 NNW VLLV A JLLW w Q .W it X 1 Q.. yt. . N SN 5,4 264-FACULTY x J Elgtlf' :1 Tx. -LNJL 51 -J -J IFJ .FJ U'GQ'v' 1l" -iv cur s- 'i 1 Q XJ ., 1, ..,Q. 'W-. r as .l K 4 Qs Nw 1 ' X x xx . .... .,...X,,.q1i. Y R - x 5 ' W ,wh-img:-, mfg- : ' Xx.x My N FY ZWTMNKJ: R Q SX N' Di. X N X XX X 1: V +1 X Q xg x 2 - . r V.: 1 1 Q X . xx f ga. sg if A. E as . 4: F CULTY -26 5 URGAN ZATIUNS ,fl Y NX T0 4' 266-ORGANIZATIONS Ci-BIOQHIVLQ om to Performance ' Academic Literary ' Honor Service Special Interests ' Leader- ship ORGANIZATIONS-267 .tif W r a Wir V -RF UT V if if h I 1 Ig . 'Wd 8" A if " ,w '5 7: 1 I 1 l,'l . .cf , ,., un 1 A, 1 tr v .dl Q . A ' if .ew- AK Nl' I , if 2 ' I Q' 1 , , I V A ,' X Ii I ' ,'l li i I G- ' A" 'ual-'E A "4-uni' nv., R , G 1, T: 72 I U iii V JT . -.'.:-J,-'. 1:-, . W rf " RAIDER BAND As true as the Raiders are blue, the Walton Raider Marching Band faith- fully entertained crowds at the Raider football games. The Marching Band grew to be very close during the long hours of practice and on their trips. The Marching Band went on its first Bowl trip ever and also marched in its first parade in five years. The Band also took trips to Avendale and Statesboro to compete with other high school bands. Their dedication and hard work was evident with the Superior ratings that the received at these competitions. The backbone of the Raider Marching Band was direc- tors Bob Cowles and Mike Back. ,Y e ws, P A. , 268-MARCHING BAND mf U- .fg .. W fail' ,I cf.: g whine A 53 S9 ,xii-g. 1 f 4' W Q, ,,.. we N if . The Band knows how to have fun at a pep rally. .Chuck Saleeby makes quite a Bugle Boy. 3. Can't You see that Ps practicing right now? 4. The Band .hows off at the Pep Rally. 5. Those tubas sure can ret heavy. 6. It takes concentration to play the .larinet and walk in a line at the same time. 7. 7Valton drummers strut their stuff. 8. Chris Brodie akes his job seriously. 9. The 1987-88 Walton Allan, Merideth Allphin, Craig Benton, Danielle Bernier, Tammy Billingsley, Mike Bingham, Ste- ven Brennan, Chris Brodie, Tim Brown, Kelly Brumbelow, Brooke Bruns, Jennifer Bryan, Sherry Buck, Amy Burton, Michael Buss, Lesley Carlson, Christine Case, Vic Castresana, Stephanie Chalker, Su Yeong Choe, Shan Chichosz, Libbie Collier, Rebecca Collins, Christopher Condrey, Dawn Doolin, Lynn Dunlap, Denise Dunsmore, Shawn Eaton, Kim Eberhart, Karen Edwards, Kenitha Edwards, Susan Edwards, Alison Ether- idge, Marc Fader, Jon Falcon, Cindy Farmer, Kim Fields, Lisa Fischel, David Floyd, Shannon Gale- zieski, Katie Ghawi, Alison Gibson, Elizabeth Glenn, Elizabeth Goransson, Jenny Gregg, Dustin Gummels, Travis Gummels, Laura Haase, Michael Hackbartth, Claire Hailey, Chris Hall, Karen Hall, Brian Harhai, Susan Harris, Danny Hayes, Amy Heffernan, Dana Heiserman, Laura Hendry, Kar- ianne Hepburn, Eric Hess, Randy Hinson, Lisa Holcomb, Craig Hoopes, Anita Howarth, Jon Hud- son, Brian Hummer, Tricia Hummer, Laura Hunt- er, Michael Irwin, Jeff Johnson, Danelle Jones, Danette Jones, Cindy Kayton, Vanessa Keable, Christine Keeley, Vivian Kennel, Stephen Kerr, Amy Kidd, Jason King, Keri Kramer, Maureen Kumpf, Randy Lee, Brad Lewis, Michelle Luckie, Brady Macomber, Danny Maslyk, Michelle May, Taylor McDaniel, Cheri Mclntire, Michelle McMillian, Chris McNeil, Melissa Medure, Rich Mielke, Stacy Montgomery, Jeremy Moore, Sheila Mulligan, Alison Murphy, Angela Nations, Nancy Noland, John Norris, Kirstin Osmond, Leslie Pards, Jim Pefferly, Brian Perry, Gaela Peters, Ke- vin Phelps, Jason Phillips, Lori Poole, Marc Por- ter, Aimee Potts, Angie Powers, Franceen Quigley, Diane Regitz, Mary Rhoads, Alan Rieger, David Rieger, Dana Robertson, Katye Robinson, Jim Rogers, Meredith Rogers, Renee Rose, Jennifer Rudd, Elizabeth Russell, Marc Rutherford, Chuck Saleeby, Jen Schacher, Lauri Schacher, Nikki Sievers, Lisa Simon, Christy Smitherman, Clay Speas, Wade Speas, Curry Spell, Aaron Spitalnick, Ben Spitalnick, Rachel Spitz, Neel Stacy, Anna Sult, Patti Tanski, Vanessa Tax, Kimberly Testa, Lisa Testa, Everett Volk, Donald Wagner, Cheryl Wallstedt, Jill Warfel, Lisa Weber, Heather Welty, Ashley Westbrook, Sara Whaley, Cathy Williams, Dallas Wrege, Thomas Wright, Roi-Lyn Yarger. 10. Mr. Cowles has got that Raider Power! 11. The Drum Line in action. 12. The Marching Band looks impressive in their Raider uniforms. 13. Forget r-- - ' :Z av, ' . 4+ '., "tk .,. . g Iz- ' li- Je ?1I"1 N "' TJ v fl' J -A : .' 'BJ' ' li' ' w I L V ,' I I ,. . V ,. A , , f . 2' J 1 l Ill '1 1 I 4 X f, r". . ,eg 'N . lf 1 x H, 4 'QNX 1 S, 1.1 l - A 1 . 1 I 1- ,fl- A . 4 . es' 2 ' P 1 . uv f f l f -',.','!T.al ,,.... v --ii I f-- :4 41 ,H I N r Mile aider Marching Band members are: Mark Karen Conners, Ari Craine, Matt Dammes, Paul Beethoven, we want to ROCK! 14. Band Members ""-'- brams, Scott Abrams, Stephanie Adam, Roger Davis, Jeff Day, Lee Dehihns, Sarah Dehihns, have to stand up straight. Ea, -f-3' 5 ' ' 5 I: E52 5 x ' . 5 9, rg E 5 .I , i .1 'i '--SL 1 J' 552.-,VZ R 'J' 'W-is 3.-1--L' .5 Q I I P E 'HMARCHING BAND-26 9 s'i '--'4 ..1'." -5.-R 943.5 .' EI- 'if-52371 f "' , :'ff:f2??l"if, , . Q,,,L . W, V "".4 fi Q is as :i 5 . YQ, .qif ' X Q i 'iff' 6 ? Q i . Y' f I - ,. 3 fm. I 459' 1 -gm ..- - .E .Fam-g-A.. 1 "'b'951.? FE Q 'fl f .sf 1 .. ,S 1 K+ , 3 f' 1 .g,","'H 5 1 5 A'-',:3.:.-1' , A 51.5-' ' fggsg'ng.',i- 'QL .Q-5,,5v41155.1-ryesbx fail., -"' ' at-:ce,,g-.'f,, V . 'A A '. 1" ifhii ', ,- "" -1 f fg.-"-zzfaag 'f ,-we-. 1 - gg 5 -- Llurlu-1.1.1 . . f ""17f' 3.5'.E"- . IFA it-4.0.15 1 '. W- ""' ' 'fi "-' f ws ., N 1. What goes up must come down. 2. "So what do you think of the other teamls legs?" 3. Check out that Walton spirit! 4. Stacy loves to perform. 5. "We love to marchl" 6. Holly Harding takes a stretch. 7. Hut . . . two . . . three . . . four 8. Wave that scarf, Shannon! 9. It feels good to relax sometimes. 10. Melis- sa looks for cute band members. 11. Fu- ture Rockettes? 12. "I give the referee a 9 Ve." 13. 'LThat's close enoughln . 'Q'- if 5 "' j 1 ! 9 l 5 A ..,, , 1 ...,,... "' 13 .Sli I ml '- .'I"' .- lr-i'f"11sf-f,""-'NY' "".+-.-' .2f., . I'-'3F'R1".f.a.'l"?i'!s ' 13.-fl-1 V' .AEAI 1 Us gf 4.1 rr., 132-.3 Q.Qf1...Rf5-Jgixgwncuantc fiqimzmmm- . K.. ...,...., , ,,...,,. . ....,...,.. ,,,..,. ,..,.., s . ,..,..M1,...fe.a,.,...,.i angina. ...,. - A -'---- ,.,..4.4-FH' V' r.-,1 1 4 . f, -qs-,-4. ,-,, fl , e . - ,L ifj 5 5 gQ'a'-,.'-i1.:J-1233 - 'z . .. I -"' .. ' 41. 4-wk. ' Q f- ff:-: .-..1-E4 's , .. . . . .--xy - --.X -- -' . - 1-1.-...Fl ' :Azz I. f..:1,- ,,.-' :-:- if 3 .-xi.: .- cv.fsw.s..1 a f' if 9-!f'.:' A. Af wa -21 '- ' ' lr. i io 8 C0l0R GUARD Wherever the band goes, the Color Guard is sure to follow! The Color .iff -:Zf'7:?-6 6453.53-D. F.- . 3:'312f:-1"f"' '37 if , J. I ' x.. 31-1' -' " 5.4 X -' I H xx "-.U. - spizifl 4. 'rn' JJ! t. 1" I .. ,iff-. ,Q-.gg ,V 4,i1E',ff' 17 Guard Works Well together and also 1,': with the Raider Marching Band. They are very skillful with the use of rifles, flags, balls, scarves, and hoops. Under the direction of Mr. Robinson from Lassiter, the Color Guard got bigger and better as the season progressed. ' The Color Guard attended a competi- tion at Statesbbro, where they took first place. All of their hard Work and sore muscles paid off with the recogni- . tion they received, not to mention the fun that they had. 2' I . .-- ' ,lb . X' 'V -JT' -gG.xEf?f'? - F .5257 'Fg,1i:.'. 3:3 ,. . x - 'L q tr. I: AJ 'Ea 4,5 i Ji 'il ' , wie? .G 5sT,A 4f.1.L.....----- ,,,, H1 - Q 7' ' " '. 1 NK ufgi E ' " " 'i?1-:hr .43-' 1 ,WL ' 9 -fu 'ff:w'lyv,,s 52 X E . ..,,. ,..,. . .. s,c5.qfPSi?g ..,.. H .... . . ..m:3f.:it5fEffii5.':1'Lxih Q'1'T'f,5'fff ""?1liiQQ5A?Jh34fi ' Y A ' BP'-'ur-'i4iH5P5l4 ' ' ' ' 'I ' ' I Q COLOR GUARD-271,55 , -a-,- 'ffl' f -.,, Lu ' f ? '5!.'3,'f1'3'fb 'g'I', 7 "4 . f ,.: if V ff im: 1 5 inlay A Raj' slip., X 'Q 16 '- -',. ' JV, ,--: 'f',v.- 1. .35 L ' gg .ft 4 1x5 3 h -.:4,L,m '-,. IX -1 - "QV 93? ,. ' 1 ' 3' 'A 'fl U ififif. f .LTV ' - " '?i""l3ff2- 'R ' T -4 ff -f.+:5'? ....- iffy' I 5 , 55 535315 ' ff V'-V 5 .ff'5,55fr'-'- qs has i 1 '11 L. J' 'T ' , -' .-.4 ' fvj, Sflfif, -L ""' f'5f1f.Z"' A w 'img' n.-, , , 'fy' W .01'pa7'. . . . A. X, 5, . . , . V I , 'P ,' SL x Q " ' JH 0 R US ff' J .1 f. LJ n f' Under the direction of Mrs. Stamenko- T .. . .f-:Jr . r. 'N' vic, Chorus has reached great heights. A busy year included concerts at Christ- b M mas and springg National Anthem at Q5 y.. basketball gamesg fund raiser for new J . .. uniforms and a possible spring trip. This wf v f . ' I . . H 575 mixed chorus sings Chamber MUSICQ for- Q ii v 1 . eign music and such popular songs as E ' ' . Bird Land. ' ' fa . - H , - aa d wks. . . You ve Lost That Lovln Fee in an '30 P I. -. n 535 T' . - . . .5 1,-41-..'1 A.:--.5 gr 'jffg'-'1' I ,- ii Z.. ' nag, S 4 I ,J K R K l if " fi x lk! K 1 !5,.L 439'-A T S' ' x ' ' if? :fi Q 'ii ""'i'. if -1 - - 51.5 ' ax 9 N' 514 A. . J- H, , X 5 P .1 V ' 5 if. ' A gi f- i .f 1 i . my T ip lx K Q .l. l H 'ff Wg 2 URCHE a g 1 -:,g,gg:5." 5 Mr. Bob Haley, director of Walton s Or- Q J . chestra, instills dedicationg hard work H ly u 1 Y ' .-,. - Q51 Sa 1 and the value of good and well-executed 1 " i . 1 5 Q pieces in the members of this orchestra. wr 8 ' The group performed in many concerts ' ,:i.,3Q.,,,:7 including one at Christmas. We are pos- Qi sitive many of these members will persue W J iig ht . " 5 musical careers and receive great notori- 'i3ff- i . I GW- 'ig gf? l yi l 1. "Do, re, me . . . " 2. Stephanie Reeves " it 'A l 3191! shows us her singing ability. 3. Say i f 5-Q52 X What? 4. Dallas-Pay attention to the "gi l QZVJQQ Y music! 5. Shannon is the only person who 'A A ' can sing with her mouth closed. 6. Cindy I 1 W' ' NW Liu loves to play her violin. V W V M F y . .....s..-W,.,,,-. A ,, . ,J DEHNR 3 I '1 ggggnte A-Qs.. 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'12 5. f 35? five creative and energetic students f lf V discovered that Working together to- 3" 'lzfxfyyr 3 'uf :'."'!:Q'- .Ku . A" 'eff . lg . 'A' 1,-if W xr, . ' 'T 6 ' WW .ln .f wk f Wx :' i- .z' l . 5 1 ' 1 " H . f -Q I .. my he ' Q? 4 A,,' Ag AY " af V 9' Q ML -,, 'W a if . f, , ,Wk , fy- -f fy , g ' ' - 1 , if , 2 2 V a fmnnwm-onqpgg, ,1 Mg! ,,.,,. ,,,, N ,, ,,,,, 6 efljjxgy f 'iy' g wi :E- 'fir -' . ,,',, , 1 , Ki. V ,-'Q' H- . -'-.i . 3' I 'J 'A A KS Wffi 1 fgri? '. '- 4 fag-, b A -'g. "ii 4. A N 'E l I N , , 64646 3,-5" ,T ,fa A-57 Q .1E,..,.i' 'I , gif , ' ' ,Q A :fi xg, Q. xr E f . 2"-293' 44 ' E -,", l I, Av ,- . Pi. , - . Nag-, , , : - ,. , , 1 , lv ulx 1 , QQ. ,,.,.' -'. i . . '. Q, - . 4. '-- ' -1 ' J - , -1- -by '- -1 Y ligyg: - A :. ,ill 1 J ,':,.1.,.:.,ai.p:,,.t,.,..r..i.x. .,.,,...:.xr ,I..,.,..,.:1. R349 M .. Q3 M. " af' Q53 7 '--1.1 l f ' Q. df Q.. ff 5 Q.. Q . . 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Sophomore Section: Sue Harris, editor: Laurie Yungerg Christy San- zarig Leslee Moore 4. Senior Section: Bess Brown, fnot picturedlg Sheridan Smith: Blake Bowmasterg Jennifer Fuchs feditorjg Kristen Spinner. 5. Friends Are Fun! 6. Ju- nior Section: Kathleen Cotter and Cori Bo- lier, co-editors: Amy Drane and Lori Brown. 7. Organizations: Julie Chisek, editorg Amy Holmes: Traci Fisherg Amy Crepeau. 8. Freshman Section: Adrienne Parnell, edi- tory Kristin Brown and Melissa Lampl. 9. Sports: Jeaneen Hicks, editor: Cathy Mor- gan: Matt Wiley: Hylos Barrett 10. Faculty Section: Becky Hearn, editor: Justine Han- sen: and Brad Ross. 11. Serious Session with Mrs. Snead. 12. Photographers: David Faber and Marc Katz 13. Staff Unity 14. Activities: Kenya Osburne, editor: Courtney Thompson and Suzanne Small. -x- . A.. 49' . -rim! , jr' ,JSF . .... 446 fy , ,XJ . jj -4.. ,jf ,T an W- . . -wx, ..,A, , . 2, .. r.. . -r 41 L 1 bk Q , 45' 'ixfl . ' E. . . ' .,.. ff R, Nw-...Q 'B' -.i-r.. Af' Ai p 'L' dr .az . rn Q... - w., -if sr '.F.,.....r,.E. ..A..,,.....7,.,. .:L. FZ: I 154' X " " 'Us 'ik W- .. ...Q AVAA p.., V . 52:3 ' E33 'F' 1 T? D fdffg 5 A..." .X My., aw' fi sf' gf :gl ,wx if sion mxigxi 10067 - . .yy Q,-. . Har! 4 Ph ,af ws it n.", . ,Q , .F .2 H41 5 I 'L A 6 1 W L l 'if lin Y I A' lr I 1.5 P v 9 7. 9 'VU AUM 1 'VJQ faq' ' seal Q ,O oOgx 1 l' '4 s A X X 'Xe X 1' i f DR CLUB This year has definitely been busy for the Walton Drama Club. Under the 4 direction of President, Malone Tum- lin, and sponsors, Ernie Souza and Carolyn Waters, the club produced The Glass Menagerie, Mash, Glimps- es, The Crucible, and a talent show. Dedicated members met frequently throughout the year to plan and re- hearse for the performances. Amaz- ingly they also found time to create an extremely unique entry for the Homecoming game festivities. 1 The Drama Club .2 Nanny nanny- boo boo' CS You ought to be in pictures. 4 A bit confusedq' 5 A bit confused'?! 6. Arn I Tom Cruise or what" 7. Caro- lyn Waters always VIVHCIOUS' 8. Lights! Camera' Action wa? Allin LX Ei 5 ulllfi 'J hir ' , .JL '4 , 'J I U01 ,L ,.'o ' I :I ' " ' , w . . . . vi ' A w l 5 I ': Z '15, Mor, , 1 , 6 1. v '4 ', 'h ,P , ,I rl , 'ill 'Si' .,.,4,,. 44, 'zffaf rqsg'-X' -Qftll, ...Wil l1v'5 3-ffff' - 'ug gi' . ., .1' A n, try' :lx '3","sg',2 ' '5F"'-f1ffN'l.' di : ' ' " n- It r Hi . Nucl' 311' 'ml Q-, U", 5-"gl-c ...rep ,,,. hz' ir! fr r 51- s!l!"i", fi QIHI 'ul if 35' 5- 4, L! vt' ifnflv ' :P 'iz qyiff i 9 19'-'fvfw'-F", 5. -' gs rg-q4::..'q r ., ggi,-, .. 5-ua, jf -:' l1f',f-,' -fuWlEf:2.. 1 Ei5'Qj1V 4- ,ng.6QQ.4 j My f':4?'4T1? .' 91" " , X gn., , ,sxlqfg-. . - , Q-. .- ,AQTQQN A at., Q.. G54 'AWG , ...ax-. . 5 .J qty. , bf, mask' - 1, , I I-.V-. 1 Q' UN. ,V-xx ,n 1 ,bs .mag N51 'Ui '.-'y x v. ' ,.,,1 ,-N , W iffy T29 T sr:-at as' r -3-QQ. , 95 50 w -2 sd: .nf SJ. x"f xfl-.5 , v X. - , 'fbi .. 'Q . vi ff, f QT, X952 ..,4 iw, W ,Cru A . . 1 G' .ff 'J vi i -1. 0' ' 51.2, , rv' ii' 'fl' lf. 1 fi".-fe Y .fi . .ll 4 . . - 15' " N - . , . ' ' 1 'I' ' . .. - . .I 1 .4 - I I ' In 3. 5 , i ' ' A . ' .lan - - iff, U ,' r ' ' '-. x 'H 4 VQLAQQK 1-' J ' Nt. f , .' I' '- ' , j,,- ,Q 'I ,K ' l- rr. 1, Y i -nr I-IE KEY TO SUCCESSN! l i 1 , 1 I J 2 i islam: sx Vx tm, -X ,K-Q, x- is ,-., :K ii U GJ Q- 'L ' I I I l X A 1 Mm WT W - X ' r,,, I rf wk ax 1 QM...-'W we KEY Cl B Being one of the most distinguished clubs at Walton, the Key Club offers a variety of charity-based activities for its members. From car washes to car- nation sales, the Key Club continues to raise money for charities and sup- ports the local community. Sponsored by the Kiwanis, the Key Club demon- strates the best aspects that Walton has to offer its students and the com- munity. 3 Q. 7" 1. The Key Club 2. Building in Key Club? 3. Johnny Hutton gives his Mpret- ty boy" smile. 4. "ls it going to explode?" 5. An artist at work! 6. William unloads the wagon! 6 fi e GLUBV' 1 ' is A A . s M' so S o gm' as -: is ' - 5 , ,' - , -- ll I F f' :gp if by - 4 V.. . 4 - 9 . mfr? ' 4. I 1. . l I I --K : ' gary. N-A iv? aw -.tggaaciug , 5, ' '4 - ' Z ?L:f:b,,211E:.ff3-gfe " -s:"'i1'.Qiv -30, Q0 "LDS:-' Ut 1 .. 5 .. I : . " . 1' -' f - - A fa,,2fE1afgx5wiL5i2,e1 Q' . , 5 , - , . ,. , . .2 . . V J., . xi ' . I I, dhgq, 134 Q " 'f 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ,, H1521 .X fx n3 2 Q, I - 'Ti'-V-. t ' 1' x , F,-3 , Students can broaden their mathemat- lv ff -9 J' ,,. ical knowledge in Math Club. Presenta- 0 fi'- J5K 'J ' , P tions from guest speakers help members ' attain this knowledge. To go one step it " WJ further, there is Math Team. Students O - 1 use quickness and accuracy in solving ? g Q mathematical questions in competition. ' 4 1 Planned activities included the Annual 'K k Z Bowl-A-Rama on Flag Day and the I . 5 Adopt-an-Indian Program. . K 5, 1 I 5 3 BUW I. A2 ' The excitement of game shows is cap- ' ' tured in Academic Bowl. The members I 5 ' compete with other schools using their N- . wide range of knowledge to answer ques- tions. -.43 f I 1 . 4 1 'Q' .f 41 5. if I Ri ig X 'ft I I . . ,f , il A .gig Q : i fe ew -. fs Tfffff P 4 fu gi . ' . C1 gn- "" , , -X e T . .2 HES? i E , I ur Q . d O T "ii .Six ' 1 i f A J' i A .Q , ww.. F ua . . . Xb' X jul n' , I f X gg ' .J Q. E :Q . Q B 5 ' f l. John Skelton ponders a math- B f 5, ematical equation. 2. Math Club L. , 1 3 3. Math Team 4. Academic Bowl U ' W- ' Team 5. J.V. Math Team 6. J.V. Q X . fc t Academic Bowl Team 7. Steve ' R V L ' Small always has the answer. 8. Science Olympiad , R -:J za x I Y I 7 8 I r'5f?f'al3 , fiat i i li pa X' . g, vi ,,...,,,, . .... , H ,,,,,, ,,,, ..,... ,. , ., .6 rw. .. ,.. , I 7 ,,,,,, , v O 61.2 'T few .rap -if , l i s 0 ' X -rv H ! wwf, .t fr T ff ..,rfwf.... ff. ,Q '-'GH K l"' . .I 9 . 4 I H- M' Y .. N PRIDE When you think of school spirit, you think of PRIDE. Through the untir- ing efforts of its members, Walton Raiders get fired up! Led by President Andry Wood and sponsor Jackie Auerbach, its membership keeps growing. Enthusiasm and fun are felt throughout the Walton halls. JR. CIVITANS The Junior Civitan Service Club had N 2 L ,f5,gg,, . . cw..A,,,. -'no ,,,.h Q V s 'iii' ii il annum 7 .XO 'fig' H an active year. Members at Camp Bigheart, raised money for the Empty Stocking Fundg and helped With Wal- 1 QT? Civitan Club 6. FHA members Christa Peterson, Mary Ellen Cen honoring Mrs. Murdock. l. Cathy and Andry hang up Spirit posters before the football game. 2 Jackie Auerbach, the most spirited person at Walton. 3. PRIDE 4. Whols wild about Homecoming? 5. Junior zalli, Whitney LaFon, Candace Snipes, Michelle Cable, Karen Smith and sponsor Mrs. Heavner shown fr LBJUSHNIESS USINESS CLUBS Future Business Leaders of America QFBLA or VOTE, Vocational Industri- al Clubs of America CVICAJ, Distribu- tive Education Clubs of America QDECAJ, and Marketing Education QMEJ are the business clubs that are offered at Walton. Many students en- roll in these classes taught by Don Carter, Steve Cagle, and Lori Lynn. In class, students aquire skills that will be helpful in their business careers. t rf. V. f. - sa X Q is X sa A R -ni X Nix 1895 v V' li v7 4 "' " " '93 l smmafiwev S 9' - IBJUSUNIES S M J' fi v 7 H ........ . . 9 1. MDE 2. i'We love Radar and IBM!" 3. VICA 4. MDE with sponsor Steve Cagle. 5. ME 6. The DECA officers are proud of their club. 7. FBLA KVOTJ 8. FBLA and sponsor Lori Lynn. 9. Grayson Torbush smiles in delight! 10. VICA LL u B SMITH BARNEY i W-U5 :Q .2 63 . 6 I E 1 V l H V 9 ,, . it .1 A 1 I ,i 4' L w "I 4 ' IQ .' 1' ' fi :, , A. 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A-A... sf ,. 1' ...ne .U at ul., - . .4 , ,l , . ,., .U , . ., my p.5.,:.i:.:f::. ,gJ,,.f3gf,.,gt,:f1a4tf.3. ,.,,t..g,,g.g.,-.Q,-1.,-.,..,::.m,.,..,fQ.g-.ag-5,,..Qg,:,g:.,.f.,,,.,g., 3.g.3.g,Ei, ,, A ug .,.,.Qegg.,.gaA9,.5,3.,,,:,:,32,:g.g::.5iN..,.-e.,...,-,.g.:x.,.,QV .3.3.x,3,'.3,o .-,g35.:.XQD.CLT5Q,3.35,1,3,:g:g,3,.e33,q4.g,5,Q.d .:Q1,,,Qga55g,f,, .A . ,MLV r - '- -- - 4- fy . ..... .-. ..,,.. Q. " " -- .--' . -. -af.-.... ..... .,,,... ,-,-1-:,.N. ,- . k,,... .5 ROTC Once a Week Walton is invaded by uniforms. This is AFJROTC, Air Force Junior Reserve Training Corp., which has been at Walton for eleven years. AFJROTC prepares those who are interested in a future in the mili- tary. 1 X i I f 1. Walton ROTC Freshmen: Jenny Trombley, Allison Hastings, T.J. Moody, Matt Macleod, Robby Wilson, . Thomas Mordoeski, Bryon Towles- Commander: Mike Vaughn. 2. Walton Color Guard 3. Over the river and through the woods. 4. t'Follow the yel- low-brick roadll' 5. Walton ROTC in full dress: Steve Heitner, Tammy Oemke, Tracey Jones, George Auckland, Will Powell, David Haars, Karl Anderson, McKinley, Jeff Dreese, David Dozonetz, Richard Greenwood, Asil Shamsy. 6. l'd rather be flying! 7. ATTENTION! 1-rr ,zy- f may so - - s i , V f ' 3 ir s is T r be -s . .LQ ., i Ms . - as il 1 A ' J +2 'l ll THAT Tw - T wcg Q fwg Q T V Q A me an T A , If 1 0 ' 6 i L. . : , , ' X A 3 swf 1 If V f 'f, 'G ' S' " Y- -1' 1 p ,zfjlffly --, i, .f + no rr. W, , V 1, .- it 5 X Q i ,, I ' ol ? ' V' ihn Y ' ' 2 V' C'Vxg.,,i..7J 4 ,'b,, A I X' "L 2' lAt,5'Z' ' A .A vl gla Vila 5 2 525442 Tsai 1 if -:iii Elsa Q i : rn C ' E- 11 igfai inf... ---- L...-.Q , ""' ' LI.v1V.':v- miie:-::1 ...L L, - E 1 ., .z-. rx.. 1 ffl T 'tl ...rl i 4 .cu 3,1134 ....l. . ":::'x. ,'-155-. " . - -1-5-if T. , I y l nfl The National Honor Society is a group of all-round extraordinary students. These students con- tribute time, muscle power and energy to society. NHS tutors studentsg is involved with Cobb HABITAT For Humanityg the building of homes for the poorg and participated in Cobb Christ- mas for the needy. Sponsor Bet- sy Frank can be proud of all the NHS members. BET BETA is always active due to the growing needs of our society. BETA was helpful in the Jerry Lewis Telathon and in the canned food drive. If there's a need-you can count on BETA to be on the job 1 NHS shows their pirlt at homecoming 2 NHS 'S Mike Buchhelt loves BETA' 3 CHE-E- ESE' 4 BETA 5 School IS ex- haustmg' v iii, Q 6 I .I A ' ' I. , x f is ik me J? + 111 ju .g.i . - ',', Aatiflgg f ,. gg 'amen f ,131 Qi .i L, '.1 '.j?, ii' I Y X :il so s .v Lu, e-:"- i lg -1 ,, , ,, ,+ ' 1 1 ?ira.. sayin. ,,.'..,, 52'i:i"'1 -. 'EEZ'-f"'f:.' 711,33 ,M-j.','L-1. , Lx.-. ,. " 'wif' H' , 1 K ,xr ngif - , 1 I ,..:l..,5,::5 -5,-:1 -,.,.5:::: -w. . N, J .. ,M .,, .g, - f.,..3 -.53 5.5 5, .,,. 'fain E! feiffg i Ag g--. 'X ff V ., --.'.,'-.-.. 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SGA is very inter- ested in promoting school spirit, and they do this by planning "spirit daysv. SGA also welcomes new students and helps with school cleanup. To keep students informed, SGA is made up of class officers, class representatives, and homeroom representatives. Through everything they do, SGA is guided by their sponsors, Tonda and Jackie Aurbach l ,i-. ,184 ,.l.- : X .,., .....-ws I, ,'-. -'A i1X.'- '. -eps xp SWF 'N I' N X X 5-iq? ffl! I 1 l"f bm smmemm Wwwf , 3 r ' , 'a. GUN ig. .ig Y. ., , 'I- 1 as I n 4. :Li r -2'-li Ar 'i 1 1,11 W a IAQ himgggrl UWHHE New 1 2 F l , Qbf 'i f up A N .,'f'I:n. i : K g 3 J.-. Lx 2 .'1 ,s ii 3 I ' I3 ,,,J 4! J. eavn Wy ,, .. 1 li ix- ihva.-" r s filo, 'I tix 6 Ji' i ,,9EJ 1 .."-. i .N-. f, 3 5 f as n..- K .-ll-hvfud-IH Mia" 1-pi 5-1, 1' xnllnlh- 1 f T-if :mam as iwphwsrsrwsmmfs ' , . i A 5 - M... ..,i....-if um... --:3?,f'f.b wq!MlK353Qg3. .Q-1 . -I it-':,,,, A, . 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They put up displays for PTSA, orga- nized The Homecoming parade, col- lected canned goods for the poor, and held an interclub night at one of the basketball games. With sponsor Tonda Hager and President Andrea Chisholm, lnterclub Council is very helpful in getting information to all of the clubs. 1. lnterclub Council 2. Andrea Chisholm, always smiling. 3. Jon Witschy-THE Key Club man! 4. HFright Night" club advisors. 5. A'Haven't l seen you some- where before'?" 6. Andrea Carithers, al- wffu ,wif .. '-.fm"""" Q 1, .f F3 fifwfelfs if E' 3 w if Q. as 1 P ,, 1 - 1- .- """"y 5. Q 1 92 I - 5. '- x L, W- - : las? '31 3 if i Lt. .Yi 'A 1., :ln 4. lf: 'f 5 lffiffzzw -. . "iii-Ilxl E: .-H, ,:,.gZf:Q7515Q lii:5,i-i'l5fl::i21'5 Fsilli 1 pa 1' Ysuma sf .2'. 2-if ll 1 Qi T. ,.x A "4 ' fn'-"4 l ..,L,.,.,.,. 1. LL-Lv , Q vnfgllp Z .h if lx - ' i ff. :X 'FT' ,. ,nralfgiii - A ffl "I" 3' ya rin, s. L X7 .. . fir . ,r sf- vfli W, uf' V 'ki' X: 'ff me 'V " X ' ' IX . xr . L, l ., . 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' X-I-5' - lf' qi -' X4 flxifi 1 , 'M i ' sl Mfg f Q4 gl ' dll . ,gh fm - " l li 3 Y 3 i I 4 AHS The Natlonal Art Honor Soclety wel comes all art students who perform well 1n advanced art The group IS ba slcally drawn together by thelr mutu al love for art They also enjoy taklng trlps such as the one they took to the Pledmont Arts Fest1val The offrcers 1n NAHS are Presldent Robrn Hol man, Vlce Presldent Rachel Po power, Treasurer Angel Thomas and Secretary Ryan Berg FS' 1 Do you see what I see'7 2 Robm Holman demonstrates her power as NAHS Presldent 3 The NAHS mem bers 4 Who IS that man behlnd those dark sunglasses Mr Moss ofcourse 5 I th1nk1t sa well no not really 6 The NAHS members relax on the Jungle gym 7 Mattlus IS hrgh above the rest l1terally'8 Molly Baraco puts thlngs into perspectlve 9 Julle Prlstach, what are you Slfllllng at'7 10 "Do these look l1ke monkey llps to you'7" KNAW! QC In duh O Quinn? 911 sb fi Q in Ns.. Ness ss yd-lf ' Q vii Q.. 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Emily I B l R ll Tsuboi and Melissa Hartley enjoy Arrive '11, -' sf. ' m Alive meetings. 3. Ms. Thrash doesn't , know what to say to that one. 4. John 9 Nw Denmark shows us his profile view. 5. f ' N ' Will Powell gives the photographer the l M evil eye. 6. The Arrive Alive members. I it' Q 1 gp ' K , . 1- , k l I - . 1 i 'uw' 5G ' 1-. ' - 1 , .QQ-Sifgit' M, , f V ..-R-A .. i s I Q 3 -iffaiz. ," r 4 ver, Html r I in I Il " N X . f"'Q1i:i3:'-'sg .J . ' i I I ' .ii 'rf i ues i ILLME I 34381 V RRIVE All E 'fffff flilf 'Sir Arrive Alive is an organization of stu- dents determined to put an end to fl. drunk driving: a major killer of high 3 school students. The only require- :fu T,.:,,l ments for membership are attending ' i Walton High School and opposing a , i ? i ! 1-mf WI very dangerous practice. Sponsored by Ms. Thrash, Arrive Alive has at- tempted to spread the word that Drinking and Driving don't mix. ,,.. wfffm , "' -1 vw-1 s QA Q ,J--4' JMU 1-..,,g.,J l .1 I ' 1 .- ' I . 1 i 1 t it i . T -Q. 1 as f -.et ' 1 ' 'Q 6,591 nd- iif fcohsl Ji M395 '95 'Colleen Smtm 1 up r S nior ff Dedicated To the Senior Class: We hope that when you look back upon your years at Walton, you will remember your high school days vividly, Remember everything, the good memories and laughter as well as some of the heartaches and hard- ships. Most of all, remember the friends that made your high school years some of the best of your life. New Friends and Qld Friends -Joseph Parry Make new friends, but keep the oldg Those are silver, these are gold. 'R L-I l New-made friendships, like new wine, Age will mellow and refine. Friendships that have stood the test- Time and change-are surely best, Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray Friendship never knows decay. For amid old friends, tried and true Once more we our youth renew. But old friends, alas! may die, New friends must their place sup- ply- Cherish friendship in your breast- New is good, but old is bestg Make new friends, but keep the old' Those are silver, these are gold. 7 7 4Qn--Q.. lass of 1933 CHQQLHVLQ ova to -41:12 ,, .... -,,f..-.,1..-+---,Y----Mi-dl--1-gf 'Q'-H 'V i B. X X X X N4 L' Q 1 ff .Y fx A -,Q XX Q' W Q B: -. W mx XX , A -Q---w....,., W... 41' if Wiwkmx Buzzell, John 158 Byers, Natalie 109 Byers, Tamara 192 Byrd, Kimberly 109 Caban, Chris 158 Cable, Michelle 158 Cady, Lee Anne 223 Callis, Pamela 192 Calvert, Chena 158 Cambra, Beth 192 Campbell, Jeffrey 109 Campione, Jeffrey 192 Canfield, Casey 223 Capilouto, Scott 224 Carbonell, Eugene 224 Carbonell, Lisa 109 Carcello, Cathy 192 Carillo, Donna 109 Carithers, Andrea 109 Carithers, Darla 192 Carlson, Christian 192 Carlson, Kenny 109 Carlson, Lesley 193 Carmon, Warren 158 Carr, Michael 224 Carson, Amy 224 Carswell, David 224 Carter, John 158 Cary, Trayece 109 Carzoli, Kristina 109 Case, Christine 224 Case, David 109 Caseman, Matt 158 Casey, Kelly Ann 224 Casey, Shannon 109 Cash, Christy 158 Cash, Terence 224 Cass, Lisa 109 Castello, Laurie 193 Castle, Kate 158 Castle, Sarah 110 Castresana, Victor 110 Causey, Julie 224 Causey, Matthew 193 Cavanaugh, Maureen 224 Cenzalli, Mary 110 Chalk, Derek 225 Chalk, Todd 159 Chalker, Stephanie 193 Chamberlain, Charlie 159 Chamberlain, Jessica 225 Chamberlain, Molly 110 Chandler, Jason 159 Chandler, Jennifer 225 Chandler, Robert 193 Chang, Ping 193 Chang, Stanley 225 Check, Laurel 132 Cheek, Robert 193 Cheek, Samantha 193 Chen, An-yee 193 Cheng, Winston Tom 225 Childress, Steven 193 Chin, Tricia 159 Chin, Victor 193 Chisek, Corinne 110 Chisek, Julie 159 Chisholm, Andrea 110 Chisholm, Stephen 193 Choe, Su 225 Ciccarelli, Matthew 225 Cichosz, Shannon 225 Ciesielski, Lauren 110 Clancy, Bryan 225 Clardy, Greg 110 Clark, David 159 Clark, Linda 193 Clark, Sarah 225 Clark, Shannon 110 Clay, John 110 Clay, Stephen 159 Clayman, Julie 159 Clelland, Susan 159 Clemmons, James 110 Coambes, Jason 225 Coats, Betsy 159 Cochran, Daniel 110 Cochran, Emily 225 Cochran, Heather L. 225 r Coe, Marci 159 Coggins, Christie 225 Cohn, Shannon 225 Coker, Angie 159 Colier, Jeff 159 Collier, Collins, Collins, Collins, Collins, Colvin, Colvin, Combs, Libby 159 Angela 110 Jeanne 225 Joseph 193 Rebecca 225 Chris 159 Walter 110 Eric 159 Compton, James 193 Condrey, Christopher Conlan, Brian 110 Conlan, Suzanne 159 Conneen, Ellen 193 Conners, Karen 159 Connor, Douglas 110 Conover, Ryan 193 Conrad, Kristin 159 Cook, Andrew 193 Cook, Brenda 225 Cook, Robert 110 Cook, Shelley 159 Cook, Weston 110 Cooley, Sarah 225 Cooper, Michael 110 Cooper, Weyman 193 Copley, Timothy 1 Corban, Jeffery 225 Courdin, Jonathan 111 Courtemanche, Nicole 193 Covington, Catherine 111 Cox, Braden 226 Cox, Kami 226 Craine, Ari 226 Craven, Scott 226 Craycraft, Christine 226 Cress, Michael 193 Crittenden, Hardy 111 Crow, Kevin 226 Crump, Eric 111 Crumpler, John Cullinan, Peter 193 Cummings, Tracey 196 Curt Joseph 226 Cutter, David 111 Dalal, Tanvi 226 Dalessandro, Elizabeth 111 Damico, Michael 111 Damron, Traci 111 Daniels, Laura 111 Darling, David 111 Darragh, Cecily 196 Darragh, Courtney 226 Darzi, Kent 111 Dasher, Charles 226 Davis, Christopher 226 Dawson, James 226 Dawson, Jennifer 111 Day, Lesli 226 Dazey, Jennifer 196 Deaguero, Fernando 196 Dearmond, David 111 Decker, Brian 111 Deese, Daphne 163 Dehihns, Lee 226 Dehihns, Sarah 111 Delamater, William 196 Delany, Holly 196 Deljoo, Payman 196 Dellabernada, Dean 111 Delorenzo, Cara 196 Delorenzo, Peter 111 Demerchant, Sheri 111 Demott, Michelle 163 Denemark, John 163 Dennison, Keary 196 Dennison, David 226 Densmore, Mark 112 Dent, Joseph 227 Deputy, Jeffrey 163 Deramus, Joseph 227 Deriso, Tad 163 Derketsch, Beth 112 Derketsch, Dawn 112 Devane, Meredith 196 Devenie, Dean 163 Devenie, Robert 112 Devigne, Paul 163 Devlin, Dennis 227 Devries, John 112 Dick, Scott 227 Dickens, Darby 196 Dickerson, Richard 163 Dickinson, Ashley 191, 196 Didio, Jennifer 163 Dietz, Daniel 196 Dietz, Eric 112 Dilbeck, Michael 112 Disosway, Allison 227 Disser, Michael 163 Dixon, Mark 112 Dixon, Ryan 196 Dixon, Shawntel 163 Doerr, Robert 196 Domino, David 196 Doolin, Dawn 227 Doran, Sean 196 Doremus, Darrell 196 Douglas, John 112 Douglas, Julie 196 Douglas, Mark 163 Dowden, Donna 196 Dozoretz, David 163 Drane, Amy 112 Dreese, Heather 163 Dreese, Jeff 112 Dubose, Jacqueline 227 Dubose, Lara 163 Dubose, Lara 163 Ducarme, Gilles 227 Duchene, Alexandra 163 Dudas, Jeanette 163 Dudas, Jennifer 112 Duff, Jed 112 Duff, Nancy 227 Duffy, Matthew 112 Dugan, Scott 163 Dull, Jason 163 Duncan, Scott 163 Dunn, Paul 196 Dunn, Sean 163 Dunsmore, Denise 227 Durst, Robert 112 Dutter, Kristen 112 Dutter, Meredith 163 Dwyer, Meghan 196,204,216 Dyar, Holly 112 Dych, Erik 112 Dyer, Tona 196 Eakes, Stacy 112 East, Suzanne 196 Eaton, Corey 227 Eaton, Marci 112 Eaton, Matthew 196 Eaton, Shawn 163 Eberhart, Kim 163 Eckert, Patricia 163 Edelstein, Matthew 163 Edenfield, Kim 227 Edenfield, Melissa 112 Edminster, Brian 227 Edmonds, Kimberly 196 Edwards, Jason 163 Edwards, John 113 Edwards, Karen 227 Edwards, Kenitha 227 Edwards, Melissa 164 Edwards, Phillip 196 Edwards, Susan 196 Egan, Kathleen 196 Egger, Tisha 197 Eilers, Brett 197 Ellenburg, Howard 113 Ellenburg, Jason 164 Elliot, Shannon 164 Ellis, Abby 227 Ellis, Travis 113 Ely, Brian 227 Emory, Andy 197 Engberg, Jeff 113 Engelbert, Jennifer 227 Engelbert, Julie 227 Engelbert, Matthew 113 Englert, Joseph 113 English, Colin 227 English, Kelly 113 Estes, Kevin 113 Etheridge, Alison 164 Etheridge, Courtney 197 Eubanks, Christopher 193, 197 Evans, Jennifer 113 Evans, Johnathan 227 Everly, Mark 164 Everly, Mark 164 Treena 164 Faber, David 164 Fader, Aric 164 Fader, Marc 227 Falcon, Jon 227 Fancher, Chris 113 Fancher, David 164 Fancher, Matthew 164 Fancher, Rusty 227 Fargo, Lisa 197 Fargo, Peter 197 Farmer, Christi 164 Farmer, Cindy 113 Farmer, Tim 164 Farmer, Farmery, David 113 Fausti, Heather 164 Favalli, Christian 197, 199 Fehrenbach, Kristina 164 Feinberg, William 113 Feis, Michelle 113 Felder, Robbe 227 Fennell, Barrett 197 Fennell, Laura 113 Ferrel, Kristen 113 Fey, Michael 197 Ficzko, Sallie 113 Fields, Kimberly 197 Fields, Tracy 164 Fischel, Lisa 197 Fischer , Andrew 164 Fischer, Karen 227 Fischer, Ryan 197 Fischer, Tracy 197 Fischman, James 164 Fisher, David 164 Fisk, Brenna 227 Florez, Carla 227 Floyd, David 227 Floyd, William 197 Flynn, William 197 Foltz, Stephen 164 Fort, Lauren 197, 213 Foster, Foster, Foster, Fowler, Fowler, David 164 Kirk 114 Melissa 114 Dan 227 Matthew 114 Fox, David 165 Fox, Jennifer 227 Frank, Kristina 165 Frank, Kim 227 Frank, William 198 Franklin, Michael 114 Franson, Dionne 114 Frasier, Lisa 198 Freeman, Janine 114 Freeman, William 198 Freudenberg, Michael 198 Frew, Heather 227 Friedman, Mark 165 Frigero, David 114 Frisard, Stephanie 227 Fryer, David 165 Fryer, Fryer, Fuchs, Fuchs, Kathryn Susan 227 Erica 198 Jennifer 114 Fulghum, Robert 198 Fuller, Adam 114 Fuller, Ellen 165 Fuller, Kristen 227 Fuller, Ryan 198 Fuller, Todd 114 Gable, Jennifer 198 Gaffga, Nicholas 165 Gagliano, Shannon 114 Gaines, John 198 Gale, Karen 114 Galezieski, Shannon 114 Galik, Bruce 165 Galloway, Amy 228 Gammel, Brooke 228 Gammons, Nathan 198 Garcia, Nestor 228 Gardener, Jennifer 114 Gardner, Stephen 228 Gardner, Susan 165 Garner, Chanel 228 Garrett, David 165 Garrett, Shelley 228 Garrity, Brendan 198 Gatlin, Donald 165 Gay, Catherine 114 Gaydon, Greg 114 Gaydon, Jennifer 198 Geisel, Patty Jo 165 Gelinas, Timothy 198 Gensler, Richard 198 George, Greg 114 German, Ryan 228 Gernay, Katherine Gerry, Jason 114 Ghawi, Katie 165 Giambalvo, Vincent 114 Gibbons, Paul 114 Gibbs, Christopher Gibbs, Richard 228 Gibbs, Troy 198 Gibson, Alison 229 Gibson, Raymond 115 Giesler, Denise 115 Gifford, Kimberly 115 Gilbert, Thomas 198 Gilbert, Tricia 165 Giles, Norman 198 Gill, Gigi 165 Gillespie, Danna 165 Gilliam, Celeste 198 Gilroy, Kathy 229 Gilsdorf, Stacy 165 Girnson, Erica 198 Glass, Kerry 115 Glassford, Tracy 229 Glenn, Elizabeth 198 Goicolea, Anthony 165 Goldberg, Shannon 229 Goldberg, Tammy 115 Goldberg, Tracey 115 Goldman, Matthew 198 Goldsmith, Ashley 198 Goldt, Jeffrey 165 Goldt, Jennifer 229 Golz, Randy 198 Gonzalez, Roberto 165 Goolsby, Brent 115 Goransson, Elizabeth 198 Goransson, Eric 229 Gorder, Kathe 165 Gordon, Steven 198 Gordy, Greg 229 Gordy, Richard 115 Gorsuch, Todd 165 Gose, Amy 115 Gose, David 198 Gosselin, Paul 168 Gould, Christopher 192,198 Gowens, Colin 198 Gowens, Lance 115 Graham, Jennifer 115 Graham, Wendy 115 Gramenz, Ruth 229 Granger, Shawn 115 Graser, Matthew 199 Gravely, Amanda 168 Graves, Todd 199 Green, John 199 Green, Matthew 168 Greene, Amy 229 Greene, Donald 199 Greene, Pamela 168 Greenspan, Alicia 168 Greentree, Tricia 115 Greenwood, Richard 18 Greer, Jill 229 Gregg, Jennifer 199 Greiner, Heidi 118 Gremillion, James 168 Gresham, Rhonda 118 Grigsby, Michael 168 Groeschel, Eric 199 Grogan, Guy 199 Grose, Amy 168 Gross, Cathy 229 Gross, Donald 199 Grubb, Karyn 199 Grubbs, Jennifer 169 Gruber, Jobe 229 Gruber, Sari 118 Gruehn, Brad 118 Grunewald, Keith 199 Guerin, Kim 229 Guerra, Peter 118 Guffin, Kathryn 168 Gummels, Dustin 229 Gummels, Travis 199 Gunn, Lisa 229 Gupta, Pam 229 Gurr, Ashley 118 Gurr, Stuart 229 Gust, Joanne 118 Guthrie, Denise 229 Guthrie, Reed 118 Haase, Laura 199 Haberman, Robb 168 Hackharth, Michael 199 Hager, Chris 229 Hager, Sean 118 Hagerman, Cameron 118 Hailes, Shareef 199 Hailey, Claire 118 Hajek, Michelle 118 Hakes, William 168 Hale, Jennifer 168 Hall, Chris 229 Hall, Jessica 168 Hall, Karen 118 Hall, Michael 168 Hamburger, Mike 230 Hamilton, Kristin 199 Hammer, David 168 Hammond, Brian 168 Hampton, Christopher 118 Hampton, Kimberly 199 Handler, Melissa 199 Hansen, Justine 168 Hanson, Donald 169 Hanson, Theodore 118 Hardee, Melissa 118 Hardee, Michael 199 Harding, Holly 230 Harhai, Brian 230 Harmon, Amy 199 Harmon, Derek 230 Harmon, Kelly 169 Harrell, Melanie 199 Harris, Eric 230 Harris, Susan 199 Harrison, Mark 199 Harrison, Stephanie 169 Harsh, Kimberly 169 Harsh, Kristin 230 Hart, Brent 169 Hartley, Melissa 169 Hartsfield, James 199 Harwood, Courtney 190,199 Hass, Ronald 169 Hastings, Allison 230 Hastings, Steven 118 Hathcock, Christopher 118 Hatter, Jason 230 Haverland, Michael 119 Havig, Megan 199 Hawkins, Stacey 169 Hayes, Daniel 169 Hayes, Richard 199 Haygood, Richard 169 Hayman, John 119 Head, Robert 230 Hearn, Becky 119 Heath, Lynn 199 Heavner, Lester 169 Heffernan 230 Heidt, Robert 169 Heinrich, Daryl 169 Heinz, Jennifer 202 Heinz, William 169 Heiserman, Dana 169 Heitner, Steven 202 Heitzrnan, Kim 119 Hejazineyak, Farzaneh 230 Helms, Shannon 169 Helton, Jennifer 230 Helton, John 119 Henderson, Gregory 119 Henderson, James 230 Henderson, Jolynne 119 Hendleman, Jennifer 230 Hendry, Lavra 230 Henry, Kara 169 Henson, Alison 119 Hepburn, Kerianne 202 Herman, Michael 169 Herndon, Leslie 202 Hersey, Curt 119 Hershey, Jennifer 119 Hershey, Lisa 119 Hess, Eric 119 Hibbard, Kevin 202 Hicks, Jeaneen 119 Hicks, Mark 230 Hicks, Rayce 230 Hicks, Susan 169 Hill, Dean 230 Hill, John 202 Hill, Nikole 119 Hill, Thomas 230 Hilliard, Benjamin 202 Hillin, Scott 119 Hilton, Michael 170 Hines, Robert 230 Hines, Steven 170 Hinson, Randall 230 Hobbs, Nicolai 202 Hobson, Heather 119 Holmes, Hogan, Dan 230 Hogan, Neil 202 Hogan, Shandy 230 Holcomb, Elizabeth 202 Holdsworth, Floyd 202 Holman, Robert 170 Holman, Robin 170 Holman, Ryan 230 Holmes, Amy 170 John 170 Jablow, Laurie 170 Jackson, Keri 170 Jackson, Michelle 120 Jackson, Sean 120 Kaasa, Kathy 121 Kaiser, Andrew 121 Kaiser, Jill 202 Kalember, Michael 121 Kannapinn, Kelly 121 Karjala, Teresa 202 Katz, Laura 232 Katz, Marc 171 Katz, Stacey 121 Kay, James 202 Jarman, Stuart 231 Holt, Heather 119 Hood, Paul 192, 202 Hooper, Cynthia 119 Hoopes, Craig 119 Hoover, Tom 230 Horan, Jennifer 230 Hord, Michael 170 Hornkohl, Kristiene 231 Hornsby, Christopher 119 Hornsby, Katherine 231 Hornsby, Max 231 Horton, Katherine 170 Horton, Revon 120 Hosch, Alex 231 Hough, John 170 Houghton, Jennifer 170 Housley, Andrew 231 Houston, Stephanie 120 Howard, Casey 170 Howarth, Anita 170 Howe, Charles 231 Hoydu, Jennifer 170 Hoyt, Julie 120 Hsiao, James 120 Hsiao, Jay 202 Hubbard, Christi 202 Hube, Matt 231 Huddleston, Kent 120 Huddleston, Matthew 202 Hudson, Andrew 202 Hudson, Jon 202 Hudzinski, Shannon 170 Hughes, Jason 231 Hughes, Lindsay 170 Hughes, Monica 231 Hull, Anthony 170 Hummel, Kari 170 Hummer, Brian 231 Hummer, Patricia 170 Humphreys, Thomas 231 Hungerbuhler, Pamela 202 Hunt, John 120 Hunter, lan 170 Hunter, Laura 202 Hutcheson, Dennis 231 Hutton, John 170 Hux, Kenneth 170 Hvizdak, Kerri 231 Hyde, Jennifer 120 Ihrig, Amy 231 Imbach, Brad 120 Ingold, Erica 231 Irwin, Michael 170 Isakson, John 120 Isakson, Kevin 231 Isphording, Marc 170 Isphording, Robin 120 Jackson, Sharon 170 Jacobs, Eric 120 Jacobson, Alyssa 202 Jacobson, Doug 170 Jacobson, Ingrid 202 Jacques, Daniel 120 Jacques, Michele 202 Jacquot, Julie 231 Jaeckle, Kelly 120 James, Bob 231 James, Dennis 120 James, Katherine 231 James, Sheri 202 Jeffers, Jill 120 Jefferson, Scott 120 Jenacova, Robert 170 Jeniski, Kevin 202 Jenkins, Julie 120 Jenkins, Sharon 120 Jennings, Chad 170 Jennings, Kristi 170 Jensen, Eric 231 Jenson, Stacey 170 Jeter, Paula 202 Jett, Harriett 231 Joachim, Gillen 231 Johannes, Gary 231 Johannes, Shelli 120 Johns, Lisa 121 Johnson, Bruce 121 Johnson, Elizabeth 170 Johnson, Eric 170 Johnson, Jeffrey 170 Johnson, Karina 170 Johnson, Katherine 231 Johnson, Stacy 171 Johnson, Steven 231 Johnston, Jennifer 121 Jolluck, Stephanie 231 Jones, Courtney 202 Jones, Danelle 202 Jones, Danette 202 Jones, Darryl 231 Jones, Erin 202 Jones, Gregory 202 Jones, James 171 Jones, Jennifer 202 Jones, Jennifer A. 202 Jones, Jessica 121 Jones, Melanie 171 Jones, Pat 121 Jones, Paul 171 Jones, Scott 171 Jones, Scott C. 232 Jordan, Briton 171 Jordan, Carey 171 Jordan, Jeffrey 202 Jouanet, John 232 Junglov, Nick 171 Kayton, Cynthia 171 Keable, Matthew 171 Keable, Mike 121 Keable, Vanessa 232 Keehn, Keeley, Kathleen 121 Christine 232 Keeling, Karin 202 Keen, Ted 121 Keene, Derek 232 Keene, Jeremie 171 Keeter, Lori 121 Kehm, Bradley 171 Keller, Chris 121 Keller, Paul 121 Keller, Virginia 232 Kells, John 202 Kelly, Glenn 121 Kelly, James 121 Kennel, Vivian 232 Kenner, Melissa 121 Kenny, Susan 171 Kent, Wendi 171 Kermeen, Jennifer 171 Kerr, Stephen 202 Ketner, Todd 202 Kidd, Amylia 203 Kilker, Shannon 203 Kim, Hannah 171 Kim, Nathan 122 Kim, Sun Min 171 Kinard, Kris 232 King, Amy 171 King, Cecile 122 King, Erin 232 King, Heather 122 King, Jason 171 King, Kathleen 232 King, Kevin 203 Kinser, James 122 Kinsey, Ted 122 Kirby, Cheryl 203 Kirby, Cindy 122 Kivett, Josh 232 Klein, Aaron 172 Klein, Jennifer 203 Knight, Kristy 232 Knight, William 172 Koenigsberg, Jason 203 Kolowich, Kimberly 172 Koper, Kimberly 172 Kopp, James 173 Koschak, Lara 122 Koschak, Lisa 233 Koson, Jill 233 Kotlar, Kristen 122 Kramer, Keri 233 Krug, Kristin 122 Kulpa, Craig 172 Kulpa, Janet 233 Kumpf, Maureen 122 Kunkel, John 172 Kurre, Kaly 122 Kuykendall, Mike 233 Lachanse, Christine 233 Lacy, Kristina 122 Ladd, Michael 122 Ladd, Michael 122 Ladd, Stacy 233 Lafon, Whitney 122 Lamb, Melanie 233 Larnontagne, Carolyn 122 Lampl, Melissa 203 Lance, Andrew 233 Landers, Elizabeth 203 Landin, Christopher 122 Laney, Stephen 122 Lang, Lisa 122 Lang, Steven 233 Langenfeld, Steven 203 Langston, Matthew 203 Lanyi, Joanne 122 Laporta, Margaret 233 Lapp, Jennifer 122 Large, Rebecca 203 Larrabee, Robert 233 Larsen, Michelle 122 Larue, Brad 122 Larue, Todd 233 Laurent, Jeffrey 203 Lavercombe, Julie 172 Lawton, Alison 172 Layne, Frank 172 Leach, Kim 122 Leckie, Lauren 203 Ledbetter, Dale 122 Ledford, Sean 172 Lee, David 123 Lee, Dwight 203 Lee, Elias 203 Lee, Ellis 233 Lee, Jennifer 233 Lee, Randy 172 Leebow, Jodi 17 2 Leichty, John 233 Lein, Pam 123 Lenegan, Julie 172 Leonard, Stephanie 123 Leonardson, Deena 172 Leonardson, Randy 233 Lerner, Scott 233 Levine, David 123 Lewis, Alvin 233 Lewis, Bradley 233 Lewis, Lance 203 Li, Charlene 123 Lindstrom, Annacarin 123 Liu, Cindy 233 Liu, Helen 203 Llewellyn, Jason 203 Lloyd, Marjorie 203 Locascio, Brian 233 Logan, Jeffrey 172 Loner, Ann 203 Long, Amy 233 Longenecker, Gary 172 Lopez, Kim 233 Lopez, Stephen 172 Lott, Aimee 123 Lott, Edward 123 Lovejoy, Shannon 233 Lowderman, Aimee 123 Lubell, David 172 Lucas, Scott 172 Luckie, Heather 203 Luckie, Michelle 123 Ludlam, Karen 173 Lummert, Nathalie 173 Lumpkin, Michael 173 Lunn, Hal 173 Lynch, Tim 233 Lynn, Robin 123 Mack, Julie 173 Mack, Karen 203 Mack, Kevin 233 Mackey, Heather 123 Mackey, Heidi 203 Macledd, Matt 233 Macomber, Brady 203 Macphee, Stuart 123 Macrae, Heather 173 Maddux, Elizabeth 173 Madlem, Michael 233 Maes, Dayna 173 Magan, Phillip 203 Magee, Dawn 123 Magilke, Kevin 233 Mahn, Jennifer 204 Mahon, Timothy 173 Mallanda, Catherine 233 Malone, Carrie 173 Maloney, Thomas 204 Mangin, Michael 204 Mangus, Scott 204 Manion, Michael 173 Mankin, Michelle 123 Mann, Jami 123 Mann, Jeffrey 204 Mann, William 233 Manning, Chad 173 Marenghi, Christian 233 Mansour, Elena 204 Mansour, John 123 Marcille, Kelly 173 Marinelli, Felicia 204 Marshall, Justin 17 3 Martin, Ashley 233 Martin, Kimberly 173 Martin, Kristen 173 Martin, Michael 173 Martin, Michelle 204 Martin, Richard 233 Martin, Saundra 233 Martin, Stacy 123 Martin, Wade 204 Martinek, Paul 204 Mashburn, Kathy 204 Maslyk, Daniel 173 Mason, Darryl 123 Masse, Kristin 233 Masse, Shannon 123 Massell, Terri 204 Massey, Kimberly 204 Masta, Michelle 123 Masters, Mary 123 Matchan, Neil 126 Matheson, Catherine 126 Matthews, Jonathan 126 Matthews, Kathryn 233 Matthews, Robert 126 Matthews, Sandi 204 Matthews, Vanessa 204 Maurer, Aimee 173 Max, Douglas 126 Maxwell, Dellanney 204 May, Frank 126 May, Rebbeca 233 McAbee, Travis 126 McAllister, Lisa 204 McBrair, Heather 235 McCall, Jason 204 McCall, Sandra 204 McCarthy, Diana 204 McC1eary, Wesley 204 McCloskey, Brian 173 McCloskey, Christopher 204 McCloskey, Kevin 126 McCollum, David 174 McCollum, Tracy 204 McCoy, Christopher 204 McCoy, Kelly 126 McCreary, John 204 McCusker, Jason 174 McCutchan, Kierstan 205 McDaniel, Tara 174 McDaniel, Taylor 235 McDonald, Kelly 235 McDowell, Allison 126 McDowell, James 235 McDuffie, John 174 McFarlane, James 174 McGaughey, Ernest 205 McGaughy, David 126 McGraw, Lex 126 McHenry, Michael 126 McHugh, Molly 235 Mclntire, Cheri 126 McKeithen, Mary Beth 126 McKenna, Michelle 205 McKeone, Kelly 174 McKinley, Justin 235 McKinley, Niles 174 McKinney, Lisa 126 McKinney, Stephanie 235 McKinstry, Suzanne 126 McKnight, Thomas 126 McLane, Bradford 205 McLellan, Jeanne 174 McLeod, James 174 McMahan, Michelle 174 McMahon, Christopher 174 McMahon, Kenneth 126 McMickle, Charles 174 McMillan, Michelle 205 McNally, Amanda 235 McNally, Ryan 205 McNeal, Anna 174 McNeil, John 174 McNeil, Robert 235 McNulty, Timothy 126 McQueen, Christian 127 McQueen, Dawn 174 McQuilken, Scott 127 McSween, Amelia 127 McWhorter, Brent Brent 205 Medure, Melissa 174 Meeks, Michael 174 Mehlan, Virginia 205 Meier, Kenneth 174 Meigs, Evan 127 Meinders, Bradley 127 Meinders, Jennifer 235 Meyer, Allisa 127 Meyers, Bryant 127 Middleton, Adam 174 Mielke, Richard 174 Miller, Ashley 235 Miller, Beth 127 Miller, Craig 205 Miller, David 235 Miller, Earnest 174 Miller, Kelly 205 Miller, Lee 235 Miller, Tracy 235 Miller, Travis 174 Mills, John 174 Mingledorff, Ann 235 Mitchell, Caroline 127 Mitchell, Kenneth 205 Mitchell, Robert 174 Mitchell, Stacy 205 Mitek, Mitek, Christopher 205 Elaina 235 Mittrucker, Tracy 174 Modansky, Matt 235 Molmer, Eva 205 Molmer, Matt 127 Montgomery, Stacy 205 Moody, Holly 175 Moody, Tarik 235 Moon, Hellena 127 Mooney, Brian 175 Moore, Amy 175 Moore, Jeremy 175 Moore, Kelly 127 Moore, Leslee 205 Moore, Logan 127 Moran, John 175 Moran, Tim 235 Mordarski, Thomas 235 Moreland, Donald 127 Moreland, Meredith 175 Morgan, Catherine 175 Morgan, Christopher 205,212 Morgan, Maryanne 191,205,208 Morlen Morris, Morris, Morris, Mosely Mosley , Todd 175 Robert 205 Robert W. 127 Stephanie 205 , Thomas 175 Stephanie 205 v Moulas, Christopher 205 Mowery, Allison 205 Mowery, David 127 Moyer, Myrus, Heather 127 Paul 175 Mueller, Stephanie 205 Muir, David 235 Muir, Suzanne 175 Mulcahy, Mary 175 Mullen, John 175 Mulligan, Alice 235 Mulligan, Ellen 127 Mulligan, Sheila 235 Munguia, Chris 127 Murdock, Michael 127 Murne r, Kenneth 175 Murphy, Alison 205 Murphy, Alison A. 205 Murphy, Shawn 175 Murphy, Tyler 128 Murray, Tonya 175 Myers, Shannon 128 Nagle, Regina 198,205 Nale, Andy 235 Nale ,John 175 Nale, Tim 128 Nash, Kimberly 205 Naterman, Lesley 17 5 Naterman, Seth 128 Nations, Angela 208 Neill, Jerry 208 Neill, Sharman 175 Neily, Ryan 235 Nelson, Jennifer 235 Nelson, Kathleen 208 Nelson, Scott 128 Nelson, Stacy 175 Nelson, Valerie 208 Newbold, Wendy 178 Nicholls, Prescott 235 Nichols, Kimberly 193,208 Nichols, Margaret 178 Nickelson, David 208 Nikain, Ali 178 Nix, Laura 128 Nixon, George 208 Noah, Jeff 128 Nobis, Thomas 178 Nolan, Kaye 128 Noland, Nancy 208 Noland, Nicole 235 Norenberg, Mia 178 Norris, John 128 Norton, Rebekah 128 Novellas, Scott 128 Novello, Marlo 178 Nowak, Deana 235 Odegard, Derek 235 Odendahl, Christa 178 Odom, Douglas 128 Oemke, Tammie 208 Oemke, Tricia 208 Ohara, Kimberly 235 Ohara, Kristin 235 O'Kelley, Mary 128 Olshinski, Alysia 208 Olszeski, Beth 128 Omeara, Patricia 128 Ongaro, Mark 235 OlNeil, Kathryn 178 Orr, Amy 178 Ortega, George 178 Ortman, Robert 178 Osborn, Alexander 235 Osburne, Brian 235 Osburne, Kenya 128 Otonicar, Kathleen 235 Owens, Daniel 128 Ozburn, Timothy 178 Paden, John 208 Paden, Kathleen 178 Pallone, Gregory 178 Palmer, Phillip 128 Papp, Derek 208 Parham, Melanie 128 Parker, Deana 208 Parker, Shannon 178 Parks, Leslie 237 Parks, William 178 Parmelee, Brian 208 Parmellee, Richard 178 Parnell, Adrienne 178 Parnell, Chuck 237 Parsons, David 178 Pashley, Barbara 238 Patterson, Brian 178 Patterson, Kristi 238 Patterson, Mark 178 Pauley, Amanda 238 Payne, Angela 208 Payne, Gretchen 178 Peacock, Jill 238 Peacock, Wayne 208 Pecht, Stacy 208,217 Pecqueur, Justin 238 Pefferly, James 178 Pelt, Jennifer 208 Pennix, Sean 208 Pennix, Tara 128 Perkins, Stacey 178 Perry, Brian 208 Perry, Lori 208 Perry, William 129 Perusse, Elizabeth 178 Peters, Gaela Peterson, Anne Marie 238 Peterson, Brian 129 Peterson, Derek 178 Peterson, Krista 129 Peterson, Michele 129 Petit, Phillip 208 Petras, Gretchen 129 Pettengill, Samuel 238 Pettengill, Thomas 129 Pettersson, Elizabeth 129 Pettigrew, John 129 Petty, Melissa 129 Pfohl, Christopher 179 Phelps, Danielle 208 Phelps, Kevin 238 Phillips, Jason 179 Phillips, Matthew 129 Pierce, Jason 238 Pierce, Jennifer 208 Pierce, Michael 129 Pierce, Renee 129 Pillsworth, Robert 208 Pinder, Kathryn 208 Pirkle, Christy 129 Pisciotta, Marc 129 Pisciotta, Scott 238 Pitt, Jennifer 129 Platt, Christine 238 Poelke, Mark 179 Poole, Erin 238 Poole, Kelly 238 Poole, Lisa 179 Poole, Mark 179 Pope, Catherine 130 Popowcer, Rachel 130 Popp, Lynn 130 Porter, Brent 208 Porter, Gregg 130 Porter, Marc 238 Porter, Terri 179 Potts, Aimee 179 Powell, Thomas 208 Powell, William 208 Powers, Amy 130 Powers, Angela Presti, Peter 179 Price, Juliea 238 Pringle, Andrew 208 Pristach, Julie 179 Pruett, Paige 179 Psaki, Katherine 238 Psaki, Nicholas 130 Pundt, Stephanie 130 Purdue, Jason 239 Purselle, David 130 Quigley, Franceen 239 Quinn, Marsha 239 Quinn, Stacy 208 Rader, Denice 130 Rainwater, Jenny 130 Raitakari, Hanna 208 Rakestraw, Kimberly 179 Ramaglia, Kristine 130 Range, Travis 179 Reardon, Dennis 209 Reardon, Kerri 179 Rebol, Kent 179 Reddick, Kelley 239 Redmond, Machelle 130 Reed, Craig 179 Reed, David 239 Reed, Heather 179 Reed, Jeff 209 Reed, Kevin 239 Reedy, Myles 209 Reeves, Stacie 139 Reeves, Stefanie 179 Register, Scott 209 Regitz, Diane 209 Rhoads, Mary 179 Rhoads, Traci 179 Rhodes, Denise 179 Rhodes, William 180 Rhyne, Matthew 239 Rice, Angela 239 Rice, Matthew 180 Richardson, Carolyn 209 Richardson, Elizabeth 180 Richardson, Kim 130 Ricker, Dawn 180 Ricketts, Shannon 209 Rickman, Brandon 239 Rickman, Chandler 180 Riddle, James 180 Ridenour, Jennifer 130 Ridenour, Mark 239 Rieger, Alan 239 Rieger, David 239 Riley, Sean 209 Ringler, Raymond 209 Rios, Melissa 130 Rittberg, Jeff 130 Ritter, Robert 130 Roberts, Ashley 180 Roberts, Shannon 239 Robertson, Dana 209 Robertson, David 203,209 Robertson, Jennifer 130 Robertson, Matthew 239 Robertson, Scott 130 Robinson, Amanda 239 Robinson, Jennifer 239 Robinson, Kathryn 209 Rodgers, Christine 180 Rodgers, James 209 Rodgers, Kim 131 Rodgers, Mickelle 180 Rodriguez, Raquel 209 Rodriguez, Jessica 239 Rogers, Matthew 180 Rogers, Meredith 209 Rogers, Steven 209 Rogers, Tammy 131 Rohr, Christopher 180 Roll, Mary 209 Ronde, Mariken 180 Rood, Christopher 131 Rood, Jack 209 Roper, Rustin 131 Roper, William 131 Rose, Damon 239 Rose, Helen 131 Rosenbaum, Joshua 209 Rosenthal, lori 131 Rosetti, Christian 180 Ross, Brad 131 Roth, Michael 239 Rougier, Mark 238 Rowe, Elizabeth 239 Rowe, Steven 209 Rowell, Jimmy 240 Rownd, Steven 131 Roy, Catherine 209 Ruble, Patricia 180 Rucker, Richard 131 Rudd, Jennifer 180 Ruden, Stephanie 131 Rutherford, Marc 131 Ryan, Robbin 209 Ryan, Tammy 131 Ryan, Tim 131 Rydberg, Peter 180 Sacha, John 240 Sacklyn, Christopher 212 Sacklyn, Michael 131 Safarriyeh, Jeffrey 212 Saleeby, Charles 180 Salton, Jeffrey 132 Sampson, Bryan 212 Samuels Jonathan 240 Sanborni Christopher 212 Sanborn, Katherine 131 Sanders, David 131 Sanders, Elizabeth 240 Sanders, Mary 180 Sanderson, Erica 240 Santee, Shane 240 Santucci, Teresa 180 Sanzari, Christine 212 Sanzari, Sue 131 Saponari, Brad 131 Saponari, Christopher Sapp, Marcie 180 Sarbell, Katherine 212 Saunders, Amy 240 Sautel, Stephanie 240 Savastano, Stacey 180 Savula, David 180 Sawyer, Donnie 240 Sawyer, Sharon 212 Saye, Julie 212 Saye, Laurie 131 Schacher, Jennifer 180 Schacher, Lauri 240 Schaetzle, Ryan 212 Schafer, Bryant 132 Schafer, Eric 212 Schaffer, Stacy 240 Schantz, Erica 132 Schaper, Christina 132 Schaper, Christine 212 Scheafbauer, Christina 132 Scheck, Laurel 132 Schmidt, Rachel 132 Schneider, Hugh 212 Schuller, Amy 212 Schultz, Robert 212 Schwartz, Brittany 180 Schwartz, Lawerence 181 Schwartz, Paul 212 Schweers, Kevin 240 Sciarrone, Jon 212 Scott, Darbi 212 Scott, David 181 Scott, Valerie 132 Scotti, Hillary 240 Scruggs, Robert 240 Scussel, Debra 181 Sedivy, Louis 181 Self, Scott 212 Selfridge, Gregory 181 Selfridge, William 132 Semler, David 181 Sewell, Kristin 181 Sewell, Samantha 181 Schacham, Ronen 240 Shamsy, Asil 212 Shanior, Valerie 181 Shapiro, Danielle 240 Shapiro, Stacy 212 Sharpe, Natalie 181 Shattuck, Douglas 181 Shaw, Lauren 132 Shea, Ryan 240 Sheber, Kimberly 240 Shepherd, David 181 Sheppard, Adam 240 Shields, Theodore 181 212 1 Shobaken, June 181 Shope, James 181 Shunnarah, Deena Siegel, Michelle 240 Sieswerda, Ashlie 212 Sievers, Jennifer 212 Sikes, David 240 Sikes, Joan 181 Simon, Lisa Marie 240 Sinclair, Patrick 212 Sisselman, Adam 212 Skeean, Carolyn 181 Skellenger, Kristen 181 Skelton, John 181 Skrabanek, Amy 181 Slaton, Jeff 132 Small, John 240 Small, Stephen 181 Small, Suzanne 212 Smiley, John 241 Smith, Adam 241 Smith, Ann 241 Smith, Caroline 132 Smith, Smith, Smith, Caroline L. 132 Colleen 212 Colly 191,212 Smith, Darren 241 Smith, Elizabeth 241 Smith, Eric 240 Smith, Gary 181 Smith, Hayden 132 Smith, Heather 212 Smith, Jennifer 212 Smith, Karen 241 Smith, Karen M. 132 Smith, Lee 182 Smith, Mark 241 Smith, Michael 241 Smith, Renee 132 Smith, Ryan 241 Smith, Sara 182 Smith, Shareese 213 Smith, Sharon 132 Smith, Shelby 241 Smith Sheridan 132 Smith Susan 182 Smith Suzanne 132 Smith Victoria 132 Sternagle, Joseph 133 Stettler, James 213 Stevens, Chris 133 Stevens, Paul 242 Stevens, Robert 213 Stevens, Shane 133 Stevenson, Brad 182 Stewart, Jason 242 Stewart, Matthew 183 Stilling, Bret 242 Storey, Susan 183 Stout, John 183 Stowers, Mimi 133 Stowers, Robert 243 Stoy, Andrew 243 Strapp, Emily 183 Stroup, Debbie 183 Stubbs, Joann 183 Stucky, Lyle 183 Stucky, Monica 243 Suddath, Suzanne 243 Suder, Tara 183 Thompson, Heather 134 Thompson, Sean 134 Thurow, Amy 183 Tilley, Eric 216 Tisdale, Kristina 243 Todaro, Zachary 134 Todd, Katie 186 Todd, Michael 216 Toensmeier, Laura 134 Tofighian, Parish 216 Tolefree, Latrina 243 Tollison, Katherine 243 Tomilson, Valerie 244 Tomlinson, Lisa 134 Tomsik, Todd 216 Tootle, Julie 216 Torbush, Angela 186 Torbush, Grayson 134 Towe, Tonya 114, 134, 110, 115, 117, 101, 44, 32, 77, 97, A 114, 121, 1043, 186 Towles, Bryan 244 Vincent, Ross 186 Virant, Jennifer 216 Vlasz, Vincent 135 Vogel, Leigh 186 Volk, Everett 216 Von Duyke, Gretchen 244 Von Holt, Chris 186 Voudy, Anthony 244 Wade, Charles 186 Wagner, Carroll 186 Wagner, Richard 135 Wahl, Evonne 186 Waite, Karen 135 Waldron, Jonathan 244 Walker, Karen 186 Smith, Victoria Lynn 132 Smith, Victoria Lynn 132 Smitherman, Christy 182 Smitherman, Ray 241 Snarr, Missy 132 Sneed, John 182 Sneed, Toby 241 Snipes, Candance 182 Snow, Erin 213 Snow, Shelly 133 Soard, Ryan 241 Sobell, Debra 133 Sohn, Danny 182 Sokoloski, Sheryl 133 Sommers, Eric 182 Sommers, Jennifer 213 Sommers, Marc 212 Sorenson, Carrie 213 Sorrells, William 182 Spann, Tanya 242 Sparks, Richard 133 Spear, Elizabeth 213 Speas, Clay 242 Speas, Wade 182 Spell, Clark 133 Spell, Curry 213 Spence, Robert 182 Spinner, Kristen 182 Spitalnick, Aaron 242 Spitalnick, Benjamin 182 Spitz, Rachel 242 Sprague, John 133 St. Pierre, Laura 242 St. Pierre, Michelle 183 Stack, Jennifer 242 Stack, Nancy 242 Stacy, Dana 133 Stacy, Neely 133 Staheli, John 219 Stalcup, Brian 133 Stallman, Deborah 242 Standfest, Kristen 182 Stanich, Scott 182 Stanton, James 242 Suggs, Nora 213 Sullivan, Brian 183 Sullivan, Kimberlee 133 Sult, Anna 213 Sult, Melissa 183 Sumpter, Andria 133 Swanson, Becky 213 Swearingin, Wesley 243 Sweeney, Brian 183 Sweet, Davilyn 133 Sweet, Stacie 183 Switz, Amber 133 Szymanski, David 133 Taggart, Kelly 213 Taggart, Kevin 134 Tai, Michael Wayne 213 Talbott, William 243 Talias, Alicia 243 Tamasi, Susan 213 Tanner, Allison 183 Tanner, Benjamin 183 Tanner, Ryan 183 Tanski, Patricia 243 Tarter, Michael 205,213 Tarter, Amy 243 Tate, Lisa 134 Tate, Brian 134 Tax, Vanessa 243 Taylor, Preston 243 Teal, Kimberly 183 Tebeau, Trevor 183 Temiyabutr, Surabhan 243 Tennis, Christopher 213 Tennis, Stephanie 243 Testa, Kimberly 134 Testa, Lisa 243 Trevino, Theodore 244 Trombley, Jennifer 244 Trombley, Jennifer 244 Troup, Mary 134 Tsakiris, Katrina 244 Tseng, Leya 134 Tsuboi, Chris 134 Wallace, Ashley 244 Wallace, Megan 186 Wallace, Sean 135 Wallstedt, Cheryl 186 Walsh, Martin 135 Walter, Philip 244 Walters, Nicole 135 Tsuboi, Emily 186 Tucker, Bethany 216 Tucker, Shari 134 Tumlin, Tumlin, Carolyn 134 Jennifer 216 Warbington, Christopher Ward, Anne Marie 135 Ward, Leslie 135 Ward, Mary 135 Ward, Michael 186 Turnquist, Kristina 186 Tyrrell, Michael 216 Underwood, Brandon 244 Underwood, Charles 244 Underwood, Heather 134 Urbie, Olga 216 Utterback, James 186 Vance, Stephen 134 Vandeusen, Adrian 244 Vandeusen, Liana 135 Van Etten, Vanessa 216 Vanstrien, Tristan 186 Warfel, Jill 216 Warfel, Paul 135 Warlick, Robert 186 Warner, Timothy 187 Waters, David 216 Watson, Christina 135 Watson, David 213,216 Watt, Catherine 135 Weaver, Shannon 187 Weber, Adrian 244 Weber, Lisa 244 Webster, Lisa 135 Webster, Tina 135 Weimann, Mark 245 Weimer, Peter 135 Weinstein, Glenn 216 Weller, Brett 216 Welty, Heather 216 Westbrook, Ashley 216 Weyrauch, Chris 135 Whaley, Sara 244 Whatley, Richard 136 Wheatley, Aimee 245 Wheatley, Lacy 136 Wheeler, Anjila 187 Wheeler, Scott 245 Whelan, Kellie 217 Vaughan, Bonny 135 Vaughan, Briane 216 Vaughan, Heather 244 Vaughan, Julie 135 Vaughan, Michael 135 Staples, Shannon 133 Stapleton, Ashley 242 Steel, Christopher 213 Steele, Kelli 133 Steele, Stephanie 182 Steffensen, Michael 182 Stephens, Angela 242 Stephens, Cedric 242 Stephens, Cindy 182 Stephens Leigh 182 Thomas, Angela 134 Thomas, Chris 243 Thomas, Clayton 213 Thomas, Grover 134 Thomas, Joseph 243 Thomas, Kelly 183 Thomas, Kevin 243 Thompson, Andrea 213,219 I Thompson, Courtney 134 Thompson Dylan 183 I Vaughn, Amy 216 Vaughn, Melissa 186 Vennes, Laura 216 VErduci, Phillip 186 Vice, Matthew 216 Vice, Michael 186 Vickers, Samantha 186 Vickery, Willia, 205, 216 Vignault, Michelle 244 Vilcoq Paul 135 Whitaker, Sterling 136 White, Lori 187 White, Shannon 187 Whiteside, John 136 Whitley, Vanessa 136 Wideman, David 217 Wideman, William 187 Wiederstein, Martin 136 Wiegand, Vic 136 Wiesner, Kevin 136 Wiggins, Mary 187 Wilder, Greg 136 Wiley, Matt 136 Wilkerson, Jamie 136 Williams, Cathy 136 W1ll1amS W1ll1ams Wllhams Wlllxams W1l11ams W1ll1ams W1ll1ams James 136 Jonathan 245 Juhe 245 Klmberly 136 Nancy 245 Tom 217 TTICIB 187 Wllllamson Anna 136 W1ll1amSOH Matt 136 Wllson Barbara 136 Wllson Donna 245 Wllson Jon 136 Wllson Karyn 245 Wllson Katherlne 136 Wllson Krm 245 Wllson Nlcholas 136 Wxlson Robert 245 Wllson Stephen 187 Wlnn Chrlsty 187 W1DH1f0Td Mlchael 136 Wlnters Sharl 187 W1nters Stephen 245 Wlfth Brlan 217 WISCT Stephanre 271 Wltmer Anne Marle 187 Wltschy Jon 136 Wltt Alllson 187 W1tt6Hb6Ig Dawn 245 Wlttenberg Robyn 217 W1tZ6l Juhe 245 Wolf Justln 245 Wolf Matt 136 Wolfson Jeff 136 Wood Andry 187 Woodall Chrlstopher 245 Woodxson JGSSICH 245 Woods James 217 Woolwlne Thomas 245 Wotrmg Daphne 136 Wrege Dallas 137 Wrege Shannon 245 Wrlght Jennlfer Wrlght Rebbeca 245 Wrlght Rebecca 245 Wuenker Klmberly 245 Yarger R01 Lyn 187 Yasln Marwan 217 Yeager Derek 217 Yeager Kyle 271 Yearwood Krlsta 187 Young Brent 217 Young Shawn 137 Young Stephanle Stephanre Yunger Laura 187 Zettler Cynthla 187 Zlmmerman Brad 217 Zmckgraf Mlchael 137 Zlndars Jam1 217 The yearbook staff would l1ke to thank Mr Moss and h1s art classes for the1r contr1but1on to the annual Ryan Berg, Ryan McNally Mehsa Sult Deana Parker, Colleen Sm1th LISH Tate, and Sherldan Smlth drew borders for the organlzatlons sec lon We would also l1ke to thank John Mazza and Bruce Jenkins for the1r techn1cal asslstance A spec1al thanks also goes to my mom, Janet Smlth for hours spent typlng for the Annual K L: 3. a v 1 E Eciitorb N ate to the sports, and clubs. Now that we excellence of years past, we must on to Number One. lt has been a great events of this y pletion of this book is a resu energetic, and dedicated Annual Staff that worked so closely With. lYou're the bestll To Amy and Julie, thank you for always having the perfect words and the artistic display. Es- pecially to Ms. Ann Snead, I could never thank you enough for your time, patience, and friendship. Hopefully, this edition of Raiders will help recall the memories that our high school years created. May the Walton excellence, pride, and spirit help each of us strive to be the best that we can be. As Louisa May Alcott once said. Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. X.-5' if gr 'c'?T'f!lTi 1'fifg'f . ,i , '-sS"", ,ll - , i ' 3 S Smith 304--EDITORIAL if f M ,.iiF,4y.:t,,,,,, 4 .a f ' x is Q 1 1 y, ,gl f x


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