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Top left — Mrs. Pam Haas, and Junior Aaron Anderson, enjoy the sites in Germany. Top right — Junior Keith Anderson enjoys snorkeling while in the Bahamas. Center left — Stopping to relax before a night out on the town are Sen- iors Julie Coons and Beth Shafer. Center right — A group of HHS students along with a few German ex- change students ham it up for a picture. Bottom left — Having some fun at cheerlead- ing camp are Sopho- mores Nikki Troumo- laris, Carrie Ford, and Kelly Templin. Bottom right — Juniors Diane Dallis and Michelle Richards pose for a pic- ture after a long day at the beach. Summer 5
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Top left — Senior Diane Ko- selke, Keri Russel, and German exchange student Astrid stop to look at some rocks. Top right — Senior Julie Bran- denburg shows off native attire during her summer study in Mexico. Bottom left — Senior Jeff Ford and Junior Frank Galvin relax at the beach. Bottom right — Seniors Lau- rie Chattin and Jennifer Dwight stop to rest after hik- ing. 4 Summer
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Cricks Cring It licme From The Dome The Brickies won their 68th straight home game No- vember 20 with the slaughter of the Fort Wayne Generals, 42-3, for semi-state honors. In less than four minutes into the game, Hobart scored on Wayne’s kickoff with a 20- yard run by Senior Chris Dro- bac. With 4:43 left in the first quarter, Wayne recovered a fumble by Senior Jeff Ford and proceeded to obtain three points on a field goal. Wayne attempted a sec- ond field goal at the beginning of the second quarter, but failed thanks to a block from Senior Bryan Newcomb. Shortly after Wayne’s misfor- tune, Senior Mike Golarz ran for a 12-yard touchdown. Mis- fortune also touched the Brickies when they attempt- ed a field goal, but failed. The next two touch- downs were by Junior Dan Zanolla who ran for a total of thirty yards. Drobac also had two touchdowns with 19 carries for 109 yards, while Golarz also scored two touch- downs with 13 carries for 107 yards. Hobart’s dream came true for everyone Saturday, November 28 with the AAAA state championship win over the Jasper Wildcats, 31-0. It was the sixth try for the Brickies who had been down to the state finals in 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, and 1985. Hobart scored early in the game with an 85-yard run by Zanolla. Senior John Batis- tatos kicked the extra point, and he also scored a field goal with 3:53 left in the second quarter. On a punt return, Senior Scott Roper ran 59 yards for a touchdown and the score was 17-0 at the half. The Brickies upped the score to 24-0 in the third quarter with a third touch- down by Golarz. Golarz also received the Phil Eskew Men- tal Attitude Award after the championship game. This is the fourth time in six down- state appearances that a Ho- bart player has acheived this honor. With 2:59 left in the game, Junior Dave Richa threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Drobac, which result- ed in the first shutout of a Jas- per team in over five years and the first state champion- ship for the Brickies. — Melissa Cochran Seniors Kevin Kraus and Rich LaBounty show their excitement after tak- ing the state championship. Seniors Jason Mergyl and Jack Hall hold the state championship plaque for the crowd’s approval. 6 Playoffs
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