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Page 243 text:
ooking Good Was Easy
Success was apparent throughout the
year, as several athletic teams won district
and 136. honor graduates were announced
This 1980-81 school year was filled with success and
excitement. The boys' basketball team advanced to the
Regional Playoffs after defeating the Plano Wildcats in
Fort Worth. Drue Franklin won his second state
championship in wrestling in El Paso. The boys'
baseball team finished another outstanding season
advancing to Bi-District against Nacogdoches. The
baseball team was defeated on the last game of a three
game elimination series on May 22.
OnThursday, April 23, the seniors received their class
rank. There was a feeling of anticipation and
uncertainty as the seniors picked up their ranks in the
counselor's office. There were 136 honor graduates out
of a senior class of 694.
Many activities highlighted the year. The
AFS Olym was definately one of the most
Continued to P.240
, seniors David Benchot
Jones cut the net which
win the victory of 51-45. This
was a crucial game which determined
the district playoffs in Fort Worth.
At an early morning rifle corp
practice, rifle corp members gather
around sponsor Frank Troyka. The
rifle line met up at the school in the
parking lot as early as 6:30 a.m.
during marching season.
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to a Phase 1 and Phase 2 plan. B.Wheeler
In the sophomore section of the boys' gym
during a basketball pep rally, sophomores
tentatively watch the varsity cheerleaders. The
sophomore section was located in the southeast
corner ofthe gym-
On May 20, the last day of regular classes for
seniors, approximately 3000 golf balls were
dropped on the student center stairwell during A
lunch. This was one of the many senior pranks
played in the last few days of school. J.Turner
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Page 244 text:
ookmg Good Was Easy
The end of the year held many surprises,
as the class of '81 added the excitement of
traditional senior pranks to the routine.
0 Con inued from P.239
me orable. After the tennis ball episode during which
appjoximately 300 tennis balls descended upon the
boyi ' gym, senior activities were threatened by the
O the last few days of school, the hallways were
litte ed with notes and papers from finished classes, an
alm st traditional celebration for most of the students
on ty e last days of class.
e end of the year held lots of surprises, and school
me more interesting as the seniors added the
excii ement of pranks to the everday class routine.
Though the last few days of regular classes were
high ighted with a food fight, golf balls, a greased pig,
y quai s, and B.B.'s, everday was something special on
-and off the campus of LHHS because, We Made
t Looking Good Easy.
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Mousketeer Dana Erwin and New York Yankee
player David Harvey dress up on Fantasy Day
during Homecoming Week. J. Tumer
I A Mouthful
Enjoying a pie eating contest,
sophomore Christy Jeffers gets a
mouthful during the Spanish!French
Clubs Olympics. Christy was in the
Spanish Club. Needless to say, the
French Club won 80 points to 70.
Speak No Evil, Mike Moore, Hear No
Evil, Evan Hershberger, and See No
Evil, David Erbe, act normal during
A-Lunch. D. Love
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