Newman Smith High School - Illiad Yearbook (Carrollton, TX)

 - Class of 1988

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WW ' f M 4 1 9 h L ,., T lhe stuff that fears 81 dreams are made of student talents reverse age old superstitions There it is It s in our movies our cereals our games our literature and in all pans of our lives but we don tbelieve in it at ill Still we knock on wood carry a special charm and read the da1ly horoscopes but we don treally believe in all that stuff We cross our fingers wear a special pair of socks and tum around when we spy a black cat Next year we ll even brag about doing well this Though we all claim we re not really being superstitious we use lucky charms and other items because we just don t want to take a chance because superst1t1ons seem to contain a grain of truth or because they give us pleasure Some supersuuons are funny many mx olve magic and most ofthem comfort us in some way They are supposedly the stuff that fears and dreams are made of When thellzad staff faced the s1tuat1on of publishing a yearbook for the school s thirteenth year the dec1s1on was made to try the reverse and claim the year as Lucky Thirteen As the year progressed the accomplishments made at Newman Smith showed that once again not luck but talent brought in the rewards ILIAD 88 editors SherrzI+1elds,AprzlKropp Brooke Olson Asszstantlfdztors JeffPzeprnezer, Tdfany Sanker Copy Editor Shelley Thompson Sponsor Betsy Coltharp Cover arttst Leo S mzth --.. ?Q 7 1-gigs: Andy Brashear attracts curious Trojan fans to the Key Club Car Smash during Spirit Week Matt Crawley plays a frighten mg role in The Canlervzlle Ghost Stephanie Jackman opens a pep xssembly with a dance and a smile I ' V V - . .- .. If 1 . I, if . . . 3 j zffygxr I - , ' J 3' I . . , . ,, N ' 7 1 9 , 9 ' 2 - , , , 9 ' . 7 , V 'Q if , .I school year...Newman Smith's thirteenth year! L . . . . X I ' L . . ' ' 7 Q - . I . 7 . , . . 46 I! 1 ' ,Li ' 77 K. . . L . . 1 1 if v' . , . i V 4' Y The Varsity football team raises the flag symbolizing school pride while the band plays the Alma Mater at the last fall pep rally. Newman Smith High School 2335 North Josey Lane Carrollton, Texas 75006 Volume 13 Iliad 1988 T to . , ,. We aa, :ft ' ff iff :gi iffy, J T W f2:"i'i'lW asWgggeitfiegsafggigg,45: sa f L in 5511-5--:age-Qewgflegggwgggewa gala '1 f , tff. it :f .. i ,f-, 1 ,keee eww- ff :- . V i,,M,,,g,,2s.::-2' ...... ,Q , .W 1 ' 9 . .,,,l J , l... yyyyy L .l.. 1. -,J s--Q1-f.QL-,'...,f.1 Athletes, spirit-rousers, and fans all unite for on-field and sideline shows of support Duke Pace, Kevin Peters, and Daryl Livingston make as much noise as they can in pursuit of the coveted spirit stick. Lauren Melton blocks the Lion defense. 6' '-lil., ilu' V 'l w 9 l r 1a'i Iss, W Q J ' .4 ' f s-Qfx Y l -t ic? 1 1 'N I Af Vg, ' 1 fag: wJ J ' , A1 5 H L "P 'lf'- P xx ji, N Q s P' , 4 ,- Mark Spradling stretches for a smooth lay-up. Tomeeko Mitchell and Todd Frank grab attention with a 'trap-up" of the season Pep Squad members show their support for the Varsity teams. fe d -ws is ' I - 5 : - 1- if ef:- - n -- 4 K ,- , f ., H I !fjiiy,ew,g52yQgN -- - ff , v v A - . - i . ff : gm- V: sf22:m'fwWfI51B6Gegfxg2,,N , fii 1' 251 L sf ' -' ' ' - ' - Y ' l - emi I . A.- , -. -- Q-if-,-,,,,,,, Li., ,,,k .K ,,., ...,', m,,,k.,.. . ,. , S L. fs 2 if 2 . is Vi' , 4 5 .n -Ll N. me-e ,-.. W. 'Sf 7 SWEQWE' "- A ,,,, 4 The award-winning Troyanns give an imprcssive perfom1ance to "Sting Ray" during ax home game half-time. ,Q Q ""W-lun ani'-W' STUDENT LIFE ACADEMICS SPORTS the beat, Jeff Hazelwood accompanies the marching band under the lights ofStandrldge Stadium Greg Matthews calmly puns his Llon opponent at a home tourna ment 'Who dat gonna be'1t them Tro jans,who dat" chantsDr Blanton Heldl Monk Homecoming Queen, poses with her father followmg the crowning of the Queen and her court ft CON NTS 10 49 50 133 134 189 190 261 262 335 . . A . 'OH , X I' la .g, Nr--4 I x i. ll A"'Qf..-Q. ' 'f - - W 5' T"l I' 3 I 1. I ,M ,, M-. .. Y -4 we iv if Mage 45 753.5 .l i-ss:-1.5 f.1eiQff'f .- . . 1 Si-iff 4.. f ,,,, .1190 'EL -- -- - ...fi ff .. .... f i.a,fw.. ' ' fwfzi 'H' '11 1: :wi f :.51fiiI'Ef: if .V 'Z Q? 3ki:5i?:i5iff'i57' i5f:'iE::f?51' iii"W"i' ....,.., - V - -if-. - Q5 6 . V . f 1 : . .. . . . . f. ,5 H .ft,,.55,Efi,y,,-5,235-1ltf.,z,.5---. 5 . . .. W,,, ,, K M , ,. . . I I .kg ,...,.,y., G., 'Qheaka Leg ' Blending perfectly, Arts' performances show finely tuned talents of the Trojan troupes One minute until show time, and someone backstage cries out L'Break a Leg." Whether the script declares that someone is going to sing dreamy Christmas carols, play an instrument in beautiful arrangement with the band or orchestra, or ily to Neverland with Peter Pan, that wishful phrase makes something extra special happen. Maybe the burst of confidence is caused by the spotlight or the countless pairs of eyes focused on the stage. But it is much more likely that the magic comes from within where a passion lies to hit that high notejust right or time the punch line perfectly. Luck may have played a role when an actor's hair looked great for an audition, ora musician's instrument tuned up quickly, but a strong performance requires much more than simple luck as proven at Smith this year. Without the talentandtrainingofNewman Smith's numerous performers and instructors, the stage would have been empty, the lights dim, and the seats vacant... and the performances and dreams could have never come true. 1 ' 1 .4 A I I SIEHEEELEIIIEEIEIII Fl A I A Santa fScott Barnesl awaits hii next customer with his wish list. Peter Pan flooey Whartonj and Captain Hook Ucll' Hoffmanj circle to kill in their ship'deck sword li gh t. it aiig...gLi...gf.22 17EN1NG 5 6 OP . .Gm if sk g, s s 5 1 fe Speciaf Day Some days are set aside for celebrations, other times are special just for friendships Todd Harlow and Trey Troxel explore the comfort of the audltorlum floor Tim Oneal decorates hls folder to pass time In the hall Karen Bautista and Jeanette Shore exchange the stones of thelr day ss Linda Stephenson grins while dis playing her homecoming collection. ,X 4. :,l,- 7'-.sly J L, fiflff 'jg' ,ff L . ,, K: W...., L, v,,, , .. - s s y i U R I li .r'f' . 7 5 NJ , 5 xx 4 X 1 -, -W M' 1 . V ,tt IN , ' Aw u "W . -wg. , , Vu: 3 in I 7.9 a, Q9 2 ,,,,. X ,,,2 Danny Giffen changes the del'inltlon of nerd durlng Splrlt Week. Mike Brown amuses himself by lmltatlng Ken Clay at a Senlor Class meetlng. Che Searcy and Kristin Arens discuss a scene in the upcoming play. I1 'YI' N. i EIC V: .J Q Suja Joseph advertises her true feeling about nerds. While staying after school, Mark Kraemer kicks back and enjoys the view with A a new perspective. . , . , . - C H T51 S., 22,5 af' . I l A Eg A sawsa ' V' -4155245.39 1 ,1"Q'l qi' ' -:S M pal ,, - . I' . I' U , sf: - " . X ,1', f g,e.f,'fg. ,E-"'.' , fQ.iL?g5: ' I ,. x',A, f , 22 - -ff 3 3 xp. - f" r . '2 , . r t', f 1 'U , 'R X v ,, -M "4 -qifilf 1' I-'fl W 4 5, x ,?b':x,. hw'-L' V. "5-1',fT,'lff"1Q.g X f3Jg.':gH:gp7g!gV-xr. ,rx vrX,,'::Nv.,5lt,"f.' Q ., , . 'I x . I L S I 2 I I I 7 Y 4 I vrry 'arious activities allow faculty and students J live and learn with a touch of laughter ncole NIcDutlie receives a boost from her futhful friend, Christy '1yler, after al ring afternoon rehearsal of Centerville Fhost the Drama Department's fall now w hich w as produced without the ailing Ms Peveto Mb-' -159 gi -gpwuswwv-Nw E4 Aleacia Reeder, Mike Lestarge, Brittany Thompson, and Jackie Cosnck received some extra atten- tion this yewr Crutches became a daily accessory for them and other students who suffered leg and knee injuries in c'1r accidents, athletic fills, and unusual mishaps While the crutch bearers were al low ed to leave class a few minutes eurly, most felt relieved when the cast came off, the crutches were put aw ay, and dwys ofhobblmg through the halls were over Mr Dewar and Mrs Struklfmd wish each other .1 happy holidiy at the faculty's white elephant party .. 'L ' J ' " .... 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K 2 L -l ., ,, , . 5 ,,,,, , , , ,,..- . , firm 1 ,, ll , . .. .. ,. as . lg - L A W Q ' J' ' , A '--' fi .. ' ' . ,1 1f,..:,1l , ' ' " 1. - .gf L 10a ' 1 - v 7 X H i X " ' ' K K fy " 3 H , . . ...z.,Nf,,,1 ...v .... f f .. . , .. V .. .f M, , 4 . iw .... , vw., ...... ,., ,,.h,,.,,7. ,i , ,,,,, Aa., 7 .. , 7 . w, ..... fbi, if, .iFi,ei,,, fl. 1 . V .4171 Wxf 1 ,W . ' ' ,. l " ' ii ..... Let your fingers do the walking through the pages of the other sides of school life Everyone underestimates the trials of those who have to endure high school life... sure, for the most part itcan be fun, but sometimes it can be a drag. Studying for four major tests which happened to fall on the same day, forgetting gym clothes, or losing pages of homework in a bottomless locker are dehnitely not most students' ideas ofa good time. But the important thing is that the trials do end Qknoek on woody. But how does one get over all the problems to get to that little pleasure in a world that has gone mad? The answer is within walking distance... so uneross your fingers and let them do the walking through the pages of Student Life. ILIAD '88 Student Life Editor: Desiree Overrec. S Iafjf mem- bers: Crissy Franklin, Tina Hawkins. Pfl0f0gl'fl1IfICl'S.' Jason Blair, Andrea Chapman. Sally Suiter, Kristi YVilliams, and Stacy Allmon await the results ofa drill team competition. The drumline performs "The Drumfeather" at a pep rally with enthusiasm and style. great Catch Class of 1991 winds up to reel in a fresh startg Class of 1990 measures high on scale of success Bret Elsworth chews on his pen, trying Mandi Wiggins concentrates intensely to get nourishment for his brain. on her assignment. f e,,1L,n , 1 f - V . , xxx MNX, . . , A I , Q A -H .x .ff M r M J may Brian Colm grins when he hears his Candy Zim hopes that the head of the teacher say, 'fWrite neatly and legi- mallet doesn't fall off while she plays bly.'l "Sting Ray" at the pep rally. 12 FRESHMEN Erin Schlegel whines at what her his- Martha Weiss is ready to go to sleep tory has assigned. after a tiring day at school. .414 9 -5, l I A ., ' 4 EE. + v, Lg , . U t"m,3 -.f yas. . e.,, Q. i - 'R - fn 1-fn' 'M-se, - J: -w ,ff -...mm .-., .sexe K Wm Qms Lokie Perez, Richard Smlth, and Tara Vannest make fun of the other team's players during a football game. Alan McDonald shows off his 0h-s0- famous grin. SOPHOMORES 13 O O I G U I 1 Kelly Wood shows off her UT prlde Russell Wonlak relaxes after a lol day of work Class of 1989 prepares to take the wheel when Class of 1988 launches out on lifelong voyage ,,..--f Janet Schlelder strategically cuts out the cartoon she ls trying lo save. Daryl Llvlngston shows his Trojan splrlt at the pep rally. Tyra Crumb puts up one of her artlstlc llcense plates that she made. 9,9 14 JUNIORS AMT. H 1 dgiu K .,,.4 'Q x .ww 1 fl it mm .4 In 3 Qi , 1 . .N f LV Q, Wikia: I Xeiwrs' xl . '15 1 P M Q31 5 'WN-. m.,v A 16 iiii . . , ,,,, ,, . .-We - - 'I ff 1 -- 1. 44-214 -. expression lik-'spresh-enl noun : the act of conimunicating with creative activities People have to show their feelings and frustrations in one way or another. They have to let it out, whether their expression turns to a pout, or if they "twist and shout", and that's what life is all aboutmexpressing yourself. Have you ever seen anyone actually show their emotions? Sometimes it can be SCARY. Some people can be very strange orjust plain stupid when they decide to let it "all hang outf, "I do weird things to my hair. During Halloween, my hair was bright orange, and out to HERE! It stayed orange for a real long time, but I promise it was an accident!" -Kate Barrick, IO MI wear my purple shoes." -Alan McDonald, 10 'AI hug somebody." -Marta Golonka, 9 And when we saw all these expressive people running and jumping, we posed the question... WHAT DO YOU DO TO EXPRESS YOURSELF? "I play my clarinetf, -Jill Jackson, ll "We express ourselves through ' The Art '. 'L -Top Class "I try to be the nicest I can be to everyone, because I know, someday, it will pay off." -Neil Hobbs, 10 GMI. 'ie Rnd "I wear upside-down buttons of Eddie Haskell." -Pat Mortensen, 10 "I wear a strange outfit" -Jennifer Page, 12 "I contradict people. Whatever they say, I say the opposite." -Peter Schroeder, 9 2522 Qin' F" ,Z xx v HE' N ,,,L, ,, M., if, J "L, L ii .V .L , ,,,, W,zz, , ZZ. AALA 5. ,,,,, i:,,,, , IL. i , V V L , ,,,,, , ,.L. .6 11L.,51L ,,.. ,.,,. 6 5 :,., 1 ., ,, , , , ZL. f ii, ,L ., "I wear funky socks." -Mark Kraemer, 12 5 , 14 'AI go out on the stage and scream." - Gwyn Richardson, 12 "But I don't have anything to ":. ,M 4357 express." - Amy Cook, 11 y , L P L' if L ' 4 khe f T' Ti 1 e fi? S "I talk." - Colleen Stafford, 10 5 EL 1, , I l V f. 1 k ,4 i , 1 ,E ,-1 9 0 b . Q Q , I "I act crazy and jump up and ' V "iff I ! A " down." - David 0'D0nnell, 10 1? . . il L - 'i-ek' 3 ' 2 f 'i'i?f1iiif .. 45 3 'i 'i . ,Q y 5 E 1 .QQ 3 4, V V , ,i1.r , L , .. V ,, V gzr Li K K ,i V. : , V' H I VE 1 I -L EXPRIISSI NS A 1 ,WM , ,W ,V i . , , , L. f f V, f EIQQQF, if W mfgwf V: .. ' L K I H Two Muck The dynamite duo of Homecoming and Beat Turner Weeks' big victories delight everyone When a Varsity football team wins the Homecoming game and the district rival game, the team's entire season is classified as complete. Winning the two most important games of the season, the Varsity football team re- sponded appropriately to the school spirit of Homecoming Week and Beat Tumer Week. Mums covered with various bows, ribbons, feathers, whistles, and bells provided a colorful touch and a cheerful jingle to the decorated halls of Homecoming Week. Fritiagfs pep rally hon- ored past grader: -es who stood on the downstairs balcony and aroused enormous support for the football team. The Varsity play- ers left the'rally fired up for the evening's confrontation with the J. J. Pearce Mustangs. At the conclusion of the game that night, the fans, excited over the 16-3 Smith victory, poured from the stands onto Standridge's track in the last minutes of the game, but policemen held them back until the final buzzer sounded. The students ran to join their victorious team in the center of the field lor the playing of the Alma Mater. Saturday night brought the Homecoming Dance for current students and graduates. Bal- loons, streamers, and confetti portrayed the Cruisin' Into '88 IS HOMECOMING theme. The senior executive committee organized the dance, complete with a professional disk jockey and photographer. lt was truly a weekend to remember. The Trojans tasted of another sweet victory at the closing of Beat Turner Week. Following four crazy days of wearing paja- mas, nerd attire, college sweat- shirts, backwards clothes, the students wore spirited green and gold to encourage the football team for the rival match-up. The pep rally and Key Club's Car Smash ended the school day with a bang. Standridge stadium hosted the district battle. In the end, the Trojans came out on top with a dazzling Lion defeat of 23-3. Again the team was surrounded by proud fans on the field as their season was brought to an end with a satisfying victory. Luck often plays an important role in the difference between victory and defeat. Throughout Homecoming and Beat Turner Weeks, the "luck," which re- sulted in outstanding wins, was wished to athletes by the entire student body as everyone dedi- cated an entire week to the occa- sion. Clothes, bows, yells, and bells sounded out great student support and spirit as well as the best wishes of luck. The Sophomore Princess candidates and their escorts line up to hear their class' feetlbaclr. Cindy Bailey and Amy Griuafli sport a colorful array of Homecoming mums. The lfomecoming Dance provides the perfect dance atmosphere for Carla Landers and Todd Frank. fp S. it 44- -,X p ,pijg .,e'r Q Rob Enright shows the utmost spirit by wearing green and gold while Holly Noble and Dec Dee Carmical join in and cheer for the Trojans. Mark Ncisman's attire perfectly matches the occasion of College Sweat- shirt Day. 'iff' Bottoms up for Pajama Day! 1 . -Q Flat One Drama's superb acting is number one in every aspect of competition and entertainment As the heat of the summer days went by, the theatre arts students, under the direction ofMildred A. Peveto and technical director Pa- tricia Mills, were hard at work preparing for the 8th Annual Pre- School Workshop. The week long activity featured Dallas area professionals as they taught seminars focused on competitive forensics. The workshop paid off as the 1987-88 competitive squad, led by president Robin Henry, took a sweepstakes award home from every tournament at- tended. Qualifying forthe Texas Forensic Association's State Meet in Austin were almost 20 individuals in 26 events. Susan Calvert and Mike Gensler ac- complished a feat never before achieved by any department: they were the first quadruple state qualifiers. NewmanSmith'sown tournament, Spontaneity '87, once again maintained their tradi- tion ofbeing one ofthe best tour- naments in Texas. Tournatnent Director Mike Gensler and staff played host to over fifty schools from across the southwest. As a result of ten long years of main- taining a high calibur of excel- lence, the National Forensic League Chapter captured the Outstanding Chapter Award. This coveted honor is given to only 25 schools from across the nation. The theatre opened its doors once again for the fanatic fall show, The Cantcrville Ghost. The show not only featured the talented juniors and seniors, but also marked the first show di- In the One Act Play, A Midsummer Nigglntk Dream, Justin Achilli and Jeff Ilol'l'man acl out a play within a play. D R A MA rected via video cassette as Ms. Peveto suffered from a "war wound." January llew by as the cast and crew created magic in Peter Pan. While working dili- gently to build "Neverland," Foy Interprises arrived in Carrollton to teach the technicians and ac- tors the 'tart of flying." Jenni Page, Juliana Smith, Kristen Ar- ens, Todd l-larlow, Zooey Whar- ton, and Brian Young twisted and turned their way to opening night as the ensemble of over fifty members created a fantasy that nobody could forget. The spring activities began with a bang as the U.I.L. One Act Play, A Midsum- mer Nighfs Dream, successfully presented Shakespeare's com- edy. lndividual honors went to: Matt Crawley, Susan Calvert, Jenni Page, Jenny Matejka, Juli- ana Smith, Jeff Hoffman, Scott Barnes, and Todd Harlow. Assis- tant Director Gwyn Richardson and the stage crew Joel English, Kevin Dedmon, and Andre Archimbaud joined forces with the cast to create an unforgetable show. The spring show, Up the Down Staircase , was presented by the theatre arts lirst and second year students during the month of May. The year ended with a fond farewell to the 1987-88 seniors and a warm welcome to the Class of19S9. But now, the sawdust is gone, the costumes are hung, and the trophies are put away. Only the lingering memories and memorable lines are left as the lights fade on another year. By Robin Henry Nicole McDuflie, as the maid Mrs. Umney is appalled at the attitude of American teens. .g I 54 Q- l '24-P t t 1. ,. 5 , f .. 11 r, ff ,i .Dwi 'F53'4' - ':i?u,5n,:. ., . w ff sw. ig .1 M Q H gi x 2. 35 22 Wendy, Kristen Arens, and Micheal, their first flight. ' f l The Crocodile, played by Lara Ander- X son, skips after the delectable Captain Hook. f A wi' f' l ' Jw ix ,, . . wi- e 1 I . ,, on' ' . . '05 I 51 A K , ,X 'i.',a w' 'L ' - .:'.. ' '9- 2 SR , i ,214 .92 "lf .-QQ. yygrl -1 . , - . - .idi- . .,,. 5 1 . -,V . ,-ww, .,- gf : 0 .4 Conia Meadows, an Indian, gets car- Zooey Wharton, portrayed as Peter ned away by the pirate Trey Troxel, Pan, uses a special magic to ily above the stage. DRAMA 1 I Bryan Young, are exhilaraled after 6 D .. 1. ff if " 4 i1,i3ffLA Q 4 xE, 4'-f Av , I' , J f' , ., ,fw . QV. ..,k J' V O On cz Hgh Note The Choral Department sings their way to a year of entertaining This was a year of perfor- mance and competition for the students in the Choral Department. The group presented three major con- certs, performed a full-scale musical and competed in the district, area and state levels. In October the Women's Choir, A Cappella, and the Vocal Ensemble began the year with a fall concert. This show featured a patriotic medley with solos by senior officers. This medley was lat- er peiformed at the Horatio Alger Assembly. Also in the and accomplishments fall, students competed for the All-District and All-Area Choirs. Those selected for All-Region were: Matt Apple, Candy Bailey, Colleen Big- gard, Billy Bradford, Wendy Hackworth, Alan Little, and Erika Lundy. As usual the Christmas Holiday show was the high- light of the year. Playing to a standing-room-only crowd, A GM For You featured special appearances by a faculty en- semble and officers from 1984, 1985, 1986, and 1987. In February, the Choral Department turned Newman Smith into a tap dancing Broadway Avenue. Members of the A Cappella Choir presented the musical 42nd Street. The show, known for its fast costume changes and lively dance routines, re- quired that the entire choir learn tap dancing. Crowds re- sponded each night with ap- plause and well-earned stand- ing ovations. The year was topped off with U.I.L. Solo and Ensem- ble Contest and also the Spring Review. This show used the theme 1987-88 Choir: A Show Stopper and featured a salute to George Gershwin, a special senior farewell, and the traditional '6One Voice Closing." For the Vocal Ensemble, this was a year in which the group presented over six shows. There were conve tions held at the Harvey H tel, DFW Hilton, and tl Crescent and performanc at the West End Mark Place, and radio shows fro the Adolphus Hotel, Valli View Mall, and Loew Anatole. There were al: shows for elemental schools, junior highs, and 1 cal organizations. The e semble closed its year with performance in the Ampk theater for the communi and with the group 'tEvening Encore" in lai May. Written by Mr. Ji: Sparks. Matt Apple, as Julian Marsh, dresses the cast of 42nd Street. .0 to sul li 24 MUSICAL -A'-4Q"""' ', 'fir' V " if V , QN ., , xv ug' ii P! 3 Q , ' ' 4 'T' ..'...L,..,,,1 1 4 QI I Q 3 1 ,f f if sw. x A , We 1+ it .t str ,rf E, if .' 3. .ti F , l Mrk. Y t t 21 ggi, 5. ,it-. ,. gt.. , f.. p. . ,,,, .1 ...., -, -w. - 2 mf ,t vc., , . .M W. -, ,it ,,,f,.g, te.. alia.. , 2 V - cf ,, .K ,, -T uf. L tilgf ., . fs-it ff,'-- 1. .. fu ,sie-Q ..., 2 Qztsaizef at .33 .1 . .Q an -,wil i A 2:1 it -1 .:, .? ,- Al ! 1',n ,- I V I At home and at school, brothers and sisters inflict the pain that only family can endure Most of us have brothers and sisters. Sometimes our little siblings look up to us, and they worship us. They want to be "just like" their brothers and sisters. lmitating dress and speech, menace they can be! They blame their big brothers and sisters for things they did and then tell mommy that so-and-so "hit me back." Whether the truth or not, big brother or sister always gets in trouble, On the other hand, you could be the younger child who gets more privileges and seems to get away with murder. Sometimes problems can arise: competition, favoritism, and sibling rivalry. As several students testify, living with brothers and sisters offers a variety of problems... and advantages. "We ALXYAXS fight about "David is one of my best friends." clothes, because I want to wear Robert O'Donnell, 12 something ofhls or he wants to wear mY Clmhes- We c0mPete in grades "It's nice that we can spend these last and 531001, WO, because hes 41h in years together before the 'Big Senior' class rank, and I'm about 856th." goes off to college." Kit Van ArSd2le,10 David 0'Donnell, 10 4 it 1 ,ist if . Q, ,i . . ' IV .,, . .V ' ri , E ., ..,,., . 1, , .... .Q ,H . 265JTHE'1BIG PAIN i . ' .K , ,.. . .. i,,g5g,m,.. H 5,M,.?3 .V if -3 k . , 'V , , .W m..L W M, WV 1, r 31 f' fc" - 1' sm' f U wma 7-24:7 4,3 ' " ww 1'e:.Qggsg,,.fx,.s:gg:1f if is I A 431 5 s "Having eight brothers and sisters ls like having a party twenty-four hours a day." Diane.Sammon, 12 Eight brothers and slsters? "It's like belng ln an Insane asy- lum." Katie Sammon, 11 "In the momlng, when he ls forced to take me to school, he sometima drives off without me." Terry Gemllli, 10 'GFA . "We hardly ever fight, because we don't have anything to tight about." Regina Hsieh, 10 if-vm -515. "I want to be better than my older brother. My llttler brother is jealous of me because of my grades because he's kinda fail- ing." Katy Frank, 9 "My sister Connie bosses us around because she's the oldest. She also thinks that because she's older, she's taller, but SHE'S -NOT! She's a full inch shorter than Roberta. Connie is only 5'8" and Roberta is S'9". l'm S'7 1!2" but I should be S'10" so I can be taller than all of them." Anne Marie Willer, 9 "Our parents hy to treat us like individuals. Sometimes our friends call us THE twins instead of Alan and Dwayne, and when they ask us n question, they direct it to both of us instead ofjust one, but we don't tight very much, and we even think alike. Like today, for lunch we BOTH had two things of .lello and cupcakes." Dwayne McDonald,10 i 1 Il Ill' W kg . Q , I ,, ,, , .i K, zv s f.. ,.....,,,g: A,-,,fa...: f- -N ,,,. K X, .. ak., ? J BY' 'YL o is 6? Qowcfer Tower! If the going gets tough, the tough play powder puff football, and the men mock cheerleaders It seemed like football season once again when the halls were highlighted with green and gold in honor of the annual Powder Puff game, but, contrary to the usual football games, the girls were wearing the football jerseys and the guys were outfitted as cheerleaders and Troymen. The morning pep rally revved up the juniors' and the seniors' spirit and girls from both tetuns insisted that they would win. 4'The juniors will win because we're better!" said Candy Evans enthusiasti- cally. This statement was met with a vehement "No you won,t!" from many of the seniors. Throughout the day people anticipated who would indeed win and awaited the game which would confirm it. The game, which was held at Dewitt Perry Junior High, had good attendance on both sides, and the rivalry between the jun- iors and seniors was evident. While the "cheerleaders" enter- tained the fans, the players were working hard toward a victory. By halftime the seniors were leading the juniors, 26-0. During halftime the Senior Troymen danced to the song, "Push It," as the spectators urged them on. The senior cheerleaders did their cheers and drills and the ever-famous "pyramid," The junior Troymen strutted their stuff during "Wham Rap," while the cheerleaders performed their spectacular stunts. By the fourth quarter, the juniors' hard work paid off with 14 points to the seniors' 39. The game ended with the Class of '88 beating the Class of '89, 39 to 14, setting a record with the highestnumberofpoints made in Powder Puff history. The senior crowd roared to life cheering and screaming... again, the seniors were victorious. After their defeat to last year's seniors, the seniors vowed to get revenge, and they did. For hours, the girls practiced through their runs and plays, thinking out strategies and working out game plans. Said Michelle Bell, "I thought the seniors were going to lose because the juniors looked really good this year." The jun- iors were determined to beat the seniors to become the next Pow- der Puff champions, and, throughout the game, they showed their enthusiasm and spirit... but they will have to wait until next year to try to capture the title. The final scoreboard. 28 POWDER PUFF Juniors Tammy Ilart and Noel Navarette watch their teammates on the field. 1 The senior Troymen pay tribute to the Senior, Joyia Stokes, makes a dash Rockettes as they do their high kicks. for the touchdown zone. 5' i wif 'A V' ,. , -I 'Q 1 "-rV,trv- ., 1 f? . Nh A 'VVH ,Axu di-K-.V Q 'g f' 1 V ' xx' 'ff ' T' -J: a f'S2ve.?f?Q. 'e ff, . mt. , Y ' in A-4 , as 3 5-my 5 S A ' 1 ,SF slugs vp. . , . v 1 gx I I In , .1 K X E , . I 'E Qu lvl 1 14. L, Q f an-.. -W if' A The junior cheerleaders show their Senior Helena Quinones runs uptield spirit and pride. as teammate Theresa Nauman pre- pares to block. POWDER PUFF 29 fantastic! Another "Fantastic Finale" graces the stage when "Standing Room Only" is performed "Lights! Camera! Action!" These words, familiar to all ac- tors and actresses became part of the cheerleaders' and Troyanns' vocabulary when they presented their eighth annual "Standing Room Only" Fantastic Finale. This year's spring show featured clips from movies from How the West was Won to Raiders of the Lost Ark, and musicals like Grease and Annie. Under the leadership of Eloise Willis and Janet Newton, the Troyanns and cheerleaders presented skits and drill team routines that highlighted broad- way and screen successes. Tum- bling and tap dancing added another dimension to the variety show that traditionally brings the school year to a spirited end. To honor graduating seniors, the Fantastic Finale ended with a parade of senior Troyanns and cheerleaders escorted by the four flag-bearers, Rich Goaeher, Carey Kelson, Shane Leonard, and Corby Van Arsdale, as 'iFriends" and "Wind Beneath My Wings" played a delicate tribute to a past of hard work and special friendships. Br ke Wicker's line performs with The orphans from Annie perform roller skates in "The Race." "Hard Knock Life." SPRING SHOW At the "Standing Room Only" Fantas- tic Finale, the 1987-1988 Troyann offi- cers perform "Firc." The combined cheerleaders and Troy- anns play "Cowboys and Indians" in How the West was Won. .fc , 'Q ? WL Lli, 'E . ,, x f 6 -H --iw ,X 3-,ff 'N 3:2 LQ' 1 xx, I J' A av . 1 R J, , f if ,Q .. J , ff" 34 ,QQ Z,, M.,s.. ,5.i 7? ,N ,LN MM- ,,..w,w 40- my ,ww . V .J-X., 1 V. x X fxjg' :S ,V A ' ws. 338 Q.. wifi 5 far J1' gk :bi O53 1 I faqs! , , ,, Q 4 w Ut lb. ya.. ' K-Q, 5 " er , af., A x udiff -L1 -r-' Xi xi ...- If M M' ,,.-1' ....f JW -.., 5? 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Dear in the Life Little-known happenings, from weddings to football games, fill nine busy months Seven days a week just isn't enough time for all the events that go on at Smith. Sure, everybody hears about the news of the base- ball team being the District champs or the success of the Theatre department's One-Act play, but some of the events tend to get swept under the rug. During the Christmas season, the Fine Arts Departments per- formed their tirst Christmas pro- duction. With the combined forces of band, choir, orchestra, and theatre arts, the show weaved a tale of extravagance in the lives of the rich and the not-so-rich. ln the academic field, tive stu- dents qualified as National Merit Scholarship Finalists. MikeGen- sler, Mary Giles, Bret McCabe, Robert O'Donnell and Rachel Wilson became eligible for a full scholarship. Robert Fiore, an- other scholar, was named the re- cipient of the Horatio Alger award in early fall. Under Anne Michaels, Home and Family Living staged a mock-wedding. Another class, World Experi- ence, taught by Cindy Beverley and Sandra Morris, gave their version of the Medieval times of lords, ladies, and knights in shin- ing armor. Last year, blood was given by many ever-willing donors, and the Wadley Blood Center showed their thanks by retuming this year. The collection of over 200 pints of blood proved to be the greatest amount of blood ever donated in Smith's history of blood drives. So many things happen in our school in a year that it is impos- sible to recognize them all. As all could see, everything from wed- dings to football games filled nine busy months. 36 YEAR IN THE LIFE etc DeeDee Carmichael gets ready for "The Big Pain." Lori Losasso, Danny Davis, and Paula Olkrug comment about the huge turn out at the Spring Art Show. C4 at d it t Trish Baggett attempts to walk on stilts at the World Experience Medie- val Banquet. National Merit Scholarship Finalists Mike Gensler, Rachel Wilson, and Bret McCabe. 4- y.-. vl .li if . . N 0 or y 'B M 'E Bmw ,-:P X I N r M! ' WH- A A A '-Q,4y' A : .xy-1, wr, fi. Ar X : 'W gr' 1 4. Vw 1 . '5"'f , "-17" 1 s.- .M t ' 'Jing 5, , ' It T ' X F J 1., .f gt-f - wx :ef-,-. f,..L.f' 2 :.:'ffps.:'.- W 52" .1 j to 227 mf Q V' , Q I 84 f-Q N E 1.4 4 The band plays "T'was the Night Be- fore Christmas" at the Fine Arts Pres- entation. Jill Ryan feeds Ray Stafin the tradi- tional wedding cake after they ex- change vows. gba E 5 gf 4 X Robert Fiore proudly accepts the Horatio Alger award from W.W. "Fools" Clements. 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Qt.. ftmtx Lt- 'sf elm wwf f- 1 fm. .. . .. . .. . - f .V H M,-t: .H .s...:,.w....1 - m , ' A 1 ' ' ' In ' Plano Ea Everything you ever wanted to know about in Smith other high schools...but were afraid to ask You're running as fast as you can, from the fine arts area to the V449 TUFIIBF science wing. You are almost there when...the infamous tardy bell rings. Stepping into the room, you feel all eyes on you. You panic, maybe he didn't see you , maybe you might be able to sneak past Jesui t and slink into your seat, but it's too late, he spots you and hands you a detention. It really wasn't your fault, you had to mn a long way, and upstairs, too! Besides, you had to stop at your locker to gclyoufbooks- U - . U ""Students that live close Berkner Everyone, with the exception of the seniors thinks that the enough are allowed to SENIORS ONLY parking is unfair. The only other parking area is go home to eat- the church across the street, and speaking of parking, the cost is Nimi iz 21 little high. Well take a look at this... +At NIMITZ, anybody with a car can park, and the cost? A quarter a day or 84.50 per six weeks. 9 1 0 I 1 I2 0 XAL BERKNER, the juniors and seniors park on campus for only Sl5.00 per year. XPLANO EAST is a senior high school where anyone can park for S25. 'There are only forty-six parking slots at HIGHLAND PARK, and only the seniors can park there. tAnyone with a car can park in the front lot for S25 at R.L. TURNER, but in the back it is free. YJESUIT juniors and seniors park for S40 a year. ,'And of course, those driving seniors ofour beloved Newman Smith park for S25. ...Parking is a problem at HIGHLAND PARK. The seniors are allowed 46 slots to park. ...HIGHLAND PARK students are lucky ifthey don't have to serve Saturday detentions. ...To boost spirit and morale, students dress up in costume on llallowcen Day and Obnoxious Plaids Day at HIGHLAND PARK. ...ALL students at PLANO EAST Senior High are allowed to park. ...BERKNER has 'fDisney Day" during their homecoming week. Which students get to eat out? The top graph tells all. How long do students get for a pass period? Look at the bottom graph. 7 minutes 6 minutes 5 minutes 4 minutes 3 minutes 2 minutes ...PLANO EAST has a "Unity Parade" to show their school 1 minute spirit. ...An bod , rovided the have a car, is allowed to park at , NIMITZ. y y D Y Plano East Smith Berlme ...At NIMITZ, the seniors have special dress-up days. ...Although all schools, can tell about their extra-curricular activities, J ESUIT can boast of their 8l'Z1 student involvement. , 1 T ' f tfe it as Ar-jixgupfro ASK wr-11.1ia.eQ1....k..-f.-.ff .t.... .fi .. - ... 'ff"'f22'.'f.i3g1'iSi szw' -r-r- 12: ' , A . ...... .,.t...,t,..,,. . . . t tt, at H . q al ' j tl lvl PM Q at e Q E 5- 1:a:f:f.g,team-e:.e..: .V , . S: 3 .- , .. K Berkner 30 minutes Plano East 60 minutes Turner 30 minutes Highland Park Jesuit 30 minutes 30 minutes Smith Nlm-1f2 30 mjmmg 30 minutes Lunch time! See graph at left. "Half an hour is NOT enough time for lunch. It usually takes us fifteen minutes for us to go through the line, and when we're through, we only have about tive minutes to eat. SENIORS ONLY parking and eating out is fine. They have been at this school for four years, and they deserve this privilege." Melissa Hilker, 9 g fy' ' '-X ' -"ws ' I 1 ff, ,. 4 - 4 ei U "I think that the parking is fair here, but there should be a compro- mise between the seniors and jun- iors. Although it is fair, there should be a junior parking as well as a senior parking because there are a lot of spaces left over. The idea Park Hlghlzmd N1.TI'11IZ J8S'l11I about eating out is unfair. I think that anyone should be able to eat out, not only the seniors. If the stu- dents don't come back, then they are missing out." Chris Reynolds, 11 "We need more time for a break between classes. lt's not fair to make everybody RUN to their lockers and back. We need some more time for a pass pe- riod. The time for lunch could be a little longer, because we never have enough tlme to eat. Senior parking and eating out is unfair because sophomores have rights too." Brad Wilson, 10 "The time for the pass periods is fine. I just wish they would stop putting the lockers on one side of the building, and the classes on the other, with the teachers saying, 'WelI, I expect you to run.' I'm sick of the jun- iors saying, 'We should get to park in the parking lot, too."' Shane Wilson, 12 40 Senior Wifls The Class of '88 moves on and in their wills they leave behind memorable times and items "I, Jay Spalding, will my chair in Ms. Medley? Office 10 ""Y0'l0 wining to 'tl willall ofm excuses that otme out '. . y g fake 3 walk 00 the Wild Sld03', of math competitions to Mrs. Kibler's Jill' Spalding future classes." Jason Phillips faq, N RIDE "I will the challenge of breaking the "To my sister Jill, I will the ability to National Honor Society quota on ath- wake up at 5:30 in the morning, and letes initiated to thls year's sopho- still bc late go first period," mores." Bret McCabe Megan Garrett SENIOR WILLS 'il .za as 'U ill all ofmy Spanish, English, and math folders to my brother, Jay, so that he'll VER get out of high school." Ray Stafin Iwill my parking space to the class of 1990, making a scarcity of parking spaces available for the seniors of next year which parked illegally in the parking lot last year." I . Shane Leonard H "I will my trig. notes to anyone foolish to want them." David Ocstreicher "I, Heather Onstott, being of sound mind tl thinkj and body, do hereby will to the next everyday person Qlike myselfj a machete to get through the balcony crowd." y Heather Onstott , 91 will m yicrutclnes to anyone else who wants lobe on them ninetimes in high school, and who wants to get outof all yourclasses eaiily wliileiother people ,carry your books." . . Q .... ,gg iip i'gii' jVQ ilshfahygicrogby jg"I will my elevator pass to any freshmaniwho gemp.,eag5qggiiep1geuy it."- . xv at a E v i it 1 1 ll , Jim Off ""lfo Scott l Iall, I will my football center positionand the determination and perseverance it takes to line up across l'rom a 250 lb. nosegnard every game." ' Andy Harris " To all incoming freshman, I will the ability to leave campus for lunch for three years without getting caught." ' I 'Mark Yarbrough "I will all the alarm clocks that I have to the next senior class so they'll get to school on time. I don't know if they work. I never heard themin the morn- ings. The snooze button works great, though." . Michael Obar "I would like to will the 50 yard line down to the next deserving tall member of the Troyanns, whoever she may be." V iKristlf'fl'alI'? Williams "I will my clunker to the yearbook staff.,0n second thought, take every- thing, alllwant is my diploma." i i i . ' i , Sherrliiieids i'I wilt both ankle braces, rehabilitation memories, and qgsnion to Jambi Ysbrand, hoping he will have the dedication and 'patience needed to keepithe 'rmjanrmmubaii tradition inwinning formxk fg, Brown? E "',I will all of the applications to colleges.I've Newman Smith counselors." i , j 1 Q I Q I a iKarenia Shultz "I will the act of being ene ofthe four spirit guys during football seasonito any junlor guy who doesn't mind getting into games freeand rldlng a hus full ol' Troyanns, cheerleaders and loud music." Corby Van Arsdale "On behalf of the Senior Class of 1988, I will the 'senior balcony' to all ofthe juniors who stood across the hall. After we're gone I know that the Class of '89 will uphold the traditions as we did." I James Willits "I will David Michie, an avid Texas AXLM fan, my Notre Dame sweatshirt, so that he may do whatever he pleases with it."i I ..,,,. I Diane Sammon SENIOR WILLS 41 Cfass Flat Honors Breakfast and Senior Dinner bring the seniors last act to a memorable finale Perhaps an appropriate syno- nym for the Class of '88's senior year was "activity," Headed by President Pam Huling, the senior executive committee met weekly throughout the year to help plan numerous fund raisers and sev- eral senior activities: Homecom- E,- l W T . ' N V. 'is ,x i I . s ing, two Senior Skates at the North Texas Ice Arena, prom at the lnfomart, the post-prom party at the Rosemeade Swimming Complex, Senior Walk and Sen- ior Dinner at the Harvey Hotel. With the support and assistance of the class sponsors, parents, counselors, and the Parent- Teacher-Student Association, the committee was able to utilize its funds to provide a variety of senior activities. In late May, the counselors invited the students in the top ten percent and their parents to the annual Honors Breakfast. After breakfast the honor graduates' ranks where announced as well as the high honor graduates includ- ing the co-valedictorians, Steven Ni: I o X .fx ' ..-sl if 'T I , 1 . 42 SENIOR ACTIVITIES David Schmldt's mother proudly poses with her son at the Honors Breakfast. Sunny Hsieh reads the order of speak- ers to his parents at the Honors Break- fast. High Honor Graduates: Front Row: Hyun Kim, Corby Van Arsdale Ceo- valedictorianj, Steven Shiflett ico- valedictorianj, Billy Grady fsalutato- rianj, April Kropp, Mary Giles. Back Row: David Schmidt, Bryan Th- ompson, Mike Gensler, Jason Phillips. Not pictured: Sanjiv Patel. Shiflett and Corby Van Arsdal and the salutatorian, Billy Grad Mr. and Mrs. Newman Smi were present to of fer con gratul tions to the honor graduates at their proud parents. Following Senior Walk, tl seniors gathered at the Harvt Hotel for dinner. The after-di ner talent show featured the se ior sponsors in a dance routine "Whip Out," Jenni Page at "Somewhere Out There," Julia: Smith and Joel English with tl Jitterbug, and a band of Br: Griffith on drums, Carey Kelsm on vocals, Bret McCabe on bm and Corby Van Arsdale on guitz A slide presentation ended tl evening. Activity filled the year for 1 seniors: graduation announc ments, thank you notes, cap ai gown orders, college applic tions, SAT and ACT tests, at more. But the seniors did tal time out for all of the fun senil activities that make the last yd in high school the best year. I , Q , 1. K A ffl 'Q 4' .41 ' Fdfii Alicia Daughtry, Jill Ryan, and Karen Carey Kelson leads his band in "I Will Coker model their Senior Skate sweat- Follow." shirts. ixvw, 'f X A: E JfllimS'1t3i'ht:ndSJ0?'EBS'iShdo? David Lesseps, Sheila Colliey, and 'Imcrbug or 0 amor mner au l' Maggie Matsushita talk about their ence' senior predictions. SENIOR ACTIVITIIB 43 O Jimmy Putnam blows his horn in cele- wwe m ,de ,lv bration of Senior Walk. Awaiting that final "walk of life," the seniors proudly march toward their success and goals The morning of Senior Walk brought a great contrast of joyous celebration and solemn remem- brance. Dressed in their Sunday best for the afternoon honor as- sembly, seniors gathered before school to tie yellow ribbons on cars and around trees in respect of Stacie Madison and Susan Smal- ley. A shortened bell schedule sped up the day as seniors anx- iously watched the clock ap- proach l:30 p.m. Colorful hats dotted the fashion parade when the Senior Class strolled into the downstairs gym as peers, family members, and friends gathered in the bleachers. Fifty-one local organizations awarded S27,725 in scholarships, and the Class of 1988 set an all-time record of scholarship money with a grand total of l.3+ million dollars. The walk under the traditional arch symbolized an special end and a new beginning to all graduating seniors. OUTSTANDING SENIOR DEPARTMI-IN'l'AI. AWVARDS Art- Kim Barton Iland - Jason Phillips Homemaking - Derisa Duncan Journalism - April Kropp Boys Athletics - Andy Brashear Malhematigs . Billy gl-ally Business - Stacy Norgard Orchestra - Rachel Wilson Computer Science - John Bodnar Selel-lee . Hyun Klm Choral Music - Kris Stone Social Studies - Shane Wilson si si' it xx by fs 3. 'Q gf., , t.it'l'-M? English - Whitney Wetzel SpeechfDebate - Shane Wilson F0"0lSn Language ' Terri Shivh Theater Arts - Susan Calvert French - John Bodnar Vocallonall Gennan - Kirsten Hoisington Latin - Brooke Olson Spanish - Whitney Wetzel Girls Athletics - Lisa Smith Health Occupations - Anita Chacko Home Economics - Kathy Hammar Industrial - Shawn Morgan Marketing!DE - Rob Enright John Reasonover receives a scholar- Hyun Kim reeelves 3 departmental ship from the Army College Fund. 44 SENIOR WALK award. ii 21 W ! ' , W- n 1- . s it N1 , 5 fi 'qi' ,Vi K I ' ' xr Q. .,, x ' K . X ' ' "' X , ' S' ri ,, -,A 5 , - .gg xf J 4 ,G . U k K f i lif-1 f' nil? xi ' 'L . 65 1, QQ' ' I s - Q, I I , . 11 ' x- ffdk' 'Q in Q N: Arie, 5 sic n ff- elz. ' YTLQ. .fu ,XM -sas? X. I nf vw M Q ,fp A NY T 1 in 'Gb f W He' 'Zh Q Q Q , 5532 A ,fe-SIU f Tile Best is 5'-fe e Prom glistens and the seniors shine with the knowledge that "The Best Is Yet To Come" The Senior Prom, the first ever held at the lnfomart in Dal- las, treated graduating seniors to a dinner on the spacious lower floor and then a ride up the glass elevators to the seventh floor for picture-taking and the dance. Black, white, and rose balloons cluding concert tickets, gift tificates, tapes, coolers, a C pact disk player, and two tic to the Bahamas. Fortune-tel caricature drawings, picture- ing, swimming Cvoluntary involuntaryj, and a special r UU decorated the dance room where seniors and their dates, dressed in their fanciest clothes, danced to the music of a live band, "The Curve." Everyone enjoyed a spectacular view of the down- town lights from a giant seventh floor window. The Rosemeade Swimming Complex hosted the Post-Prom Party where Y-95 and Ql02 gave away numerous door prizes in- formance by "Sugar and Sp entertained the celebrating iors from 1 a.m. to4 a.m. Jael the-Box provided the late ni early moming snacks from rolls to breakfast sandwiche: The Sunday morning sur brought the eventful prom w end to a close. Full of memo the special night gave the Cla '88anightonthetownin cele tion of its graduation. Jimmy Orr demonstrates his special Prom-goers takeaCoke break as "The Kerry Mccraw and her date Stop 10 brand of dancing. Curve" entertains them. enjoy the prom decorations. 46 PROM The Infomart homs the Newman Smith Class of '88's prom. Dale Wolfe enjoys the awesome view of the downtown Dallas lights. PROM 47 Hats of Graduation marks the waking of the future, as the '88 seniors reach a long-awaited goal The countdown ended. The moment that 610 teenagers and their families had waited twelve years for finally came on Sunday, June 5, 1988. "Pomp and Circumstance' echoed at the North Texas State Coliseum, and filled the ears of seniors as they neatly filed into their seats. Proud and teary-eyed parents focused on the trail of green gowns, as they tried to catch the eye behind one special tassle. Leading the trail, co-valedictorians Steven Shiflett and Corby Van Arsdale and salutatorian Billy Grady guided the class into the long- awaited ceremony. From "J ill Ackerman" to "J ay Young," the names making up Newman Smith's Class of 1988 were read aloud. Each senior left his seat, strolled across the stage to receive his precious diploma, and then retumed to his chair as part of the entire senior class. That day was the last day that the Class of '88 would sit together as one body. After the traditional cap throw, the seniors bid their final farewells to peers and teachers. The once-in-a-lifetime moment had come and gone. Co-Valcdictorians Steven Shillett and Corby Van Arsdale, and Salutatorian Billy Grady. 48 GRADUATION I , ,f w - XX' 7 X Q F, x si fx .Q F 1 A V L. km 1- , N3 R li Vg MJ, . w 2 2 WX ,. A Erwin 'I1f,':"-:MZ ' .ftxrrgi 3151: ,L I 4 Q: , 114,45-W f L""f"'9Ns.x 'X J fr-f 5 'aff 55 iii! 'I ik 9 N A S . ., -- .V , . ,- -WW Y. HAL- Y tmmwmlm ,H ,, W , 'HWY H ,Z " 1 lg ' , M ,, sr. :aw-E' 5 115 ' g'PmH"""""'f.,,,w:r:V.x ,,., 2 , '!s sgw3"2a: L. , 4, . -3:7 W -M A -if 'V rms," N"A' if ogy - ,gyms ,,... V . , im ' - ' a . . .. -M . MQW f ,. .., fs. . e-gg ,,, gg'f h-VwQffYffi1f ' ., .,vr W vaffE'4a?f: M , V' pf I x I . l f 5 Jim Orr watches the Christmas , presentation with fascination. Jeff Hoffman displays the latest ' fashions during the Medieval , Festival. After the 3:30 bell, Jason Wargo rushes home by means of his favorite transportation. 1 , mg: Y -kv lla- .I 1 ,. f n .. , ' 5 ,M Ja" " M -5 O D Y 2 of 1 Dr. Taylor and Shelby Stephens busily dispense toilet paper to the rowdy and V anxious fans. ' 2 f" 4- Q. 9: .. 117' ' :QV ,gens .a fi: 1' ew, iii ' 3 ii 3, l.:,Q , T .5. , f "wm vw. V g a ve if 1 , H . Mgsga h lv i MTM, W ' .ig sA,s ' isa-W--.ziriiuwum Rlll 7mm-:y kli,23eZ -..W ZE QBQ?-A Jlw ijrl fw :- g5 sama5sfw ,.,.m .... Q 5.a..,m:.,,. ,,wW NE W... ,, BL- 4 , -mn .mimi wm.u,,,,i:,g,Wj ,,g,,,ggg, 7' WW. ' g':ns Kaza a f ,, - is N we:-,gg. 1v, . ., 'f-'13 ,ww-fm. V ,,w ,i,,W- s.s.QvW0-wvmqwf-ww,,,. v' ,I . .E 5 5"x'T7f'-liffli-'l'3'3e+ffiE 2 3 .m. .f 1... -ff 1, Q T -.,. ,.: ,f,,, -f -- - -." mg:-1. -mv-M-M - :.,.,. f.: mg- W-Egg ff, ,sm Nn35gw, sa w aswsamemw-w ing!-ff -W--mm-Q Wmff E .Ei , Q - -6 Wiiww- 5 if ' " " f" w 'f'i'1'- Q'-fiff - .... f ':3q ,1 ' 5-we-. mfs 1 ., ,.-,, af'-mff5+wf S Academics, more than just faces on a page, reflects the true spirit of the student body Academies - Academics is students. Academics is faculty. Academics is about the people who make up Newman Smith. The rows of pictures are not just faces: they are personalities. Each face contributes in his own way to the life, the fun, the work, and the image of the school. Each face is importantg notonly does each face stand alone, it makes up our student and faculty body. Each face is Newman Smith. ILIAD '88 Academics Editor: Carrie Brewington. S taff mem- bers: Amy Fisher, Amy Spurgeon, Cindy Vanderligh t. Photog- raplicrs: Chen Huang, Meredith Mathews. "....i- ' rx Duane Gonzales finishes his last minute cramming before an English quiz. By successfully planning several acti ties both for the raising of funds in the Sen Class treasury and for the celebration of tl final year in high school, the Senior Execut Committee added to their many high sch memories. In addition to organizing and sp soring the "Crusn' Into '88" Homecom Dance in October, the seniors won the t cony decoration contest with their unit cruise ship scene complete with confetti. I only were the traditional mum sales pro able, but they also added to the spirit z enthusiasm of Homecomming week. 'l annual Senior Skate, held in November North Texas Ice Arena in Valley Ranch, ga ered the Senior Class together for an even of ice skating, listening to current hits...z falling on the ice. As a memoir of the Sen Class, apparel sales in the fall offered swf shirts, sweat pants, and t-shirts with all seniors' names printed on them. 'l committee's hard work was rewarded in N with the prom which was held at the Infolr in Dallas, an explosive end to a great yeai The Senior Class' finished product awalts the judgement. Tony Rigas asssists Julie Pcchanec and Ch Rouvaldt in designing the paper hut. Bottom Row: Mrs. Mary MacKenzie, Hist. j Lewis, V. Pres. N. Jackson, Pres. P. Huling, Hi J. Pechaneq Treas. L. Bazaco, Mrs. Kim Ribblt Row 2: K. Branom, S. Burdette, H. Onstott, Il Drechsler, B. Wicker, C. Murray, P. Watson, Smith. Top Row: J. Rakovan, D. Duncan, M. Bel L. Fulks, S. Noska, J. Page, R. Bowles, N. Lock wood, S. Johnson. , Jill Ackerman Kelly Acopine Genevieve Adams Rebecca Ahalt Stacy Alexander Sonya Allen Wyndce Allen Salima Allibhai Stacey Allmon Gilbert Alonzo O Q O . N. fn nn,iA Craig Bolson carefully takes the temperature of ' his experiment as Ted Vonfeldt checks the data. Martha Altamirano Brian Anderson Mary Anderson Susannah Anselmo Matthew Apple Christian Armalavage Jeffrey Arrington Scott Aumend Kristine Bader Daniel Bailey N 53- 1 Robert Barner Angela Barrett Ryvan Barrow Kimberly Barton Christina Bass Lori Baumann Lisa Bazaco Michelle Beckley Michelle Bell Jennifer Bennett Robert Ilore displays his appreciation for I ngllsh Literature. Andy Moon works diligently on the blueprints for his dream house. Shelley Bennington Noel Bingham Brian Bittner Melissa Black Tamra Blackshcar "Ui . U W., , x e 'L -an Ty. . " 1 , as W F .3 v. Q QR 'sf' F if :',.- 3,,. , ,ll ! ng r "s.., 47 X Y Gregory Blanton ,lohn Bodnar Michelle Bolig Juan Bondoc Amber Bortle Alisha Daughtery and Kristi Misllvets watch the football game with anticipation of winning Lisa Bott Kevin Bouffard Gwen Bowers Ruby Bowles Deanna Bowman Kristy Boyd Shana Boyd Robin Boy Kelly Branom Andrew Brashear Jamie Brewer Michelle Brighton Michael Brooks William Brooks Michael Brown Heidi Bruckner Tracy Brumfield Richard Budd Sherri Burdette Jon Burgess Angela Burns William Cain Chanccy Caldwell Heather Calero Susan Calvert Renee McDaniel rests as she awaits the 3 30 Chip Cannon Lisa Cannon Dianne Canon Dedra Carmical Trey Carmichael Heather Carpenter ,Iohnita Carroll Holly Carrozza Timothy Carter Trey Carter 1 , N if , -" L -'U .-Lf fi 1 f asf "1 ,ff Ty, Anita Chacko Lisa Chainey Erick Chaky Kelly Chatelain Stefanie Clarrlssimeaux , .gl Kenneth Clay Vanessa Cleveland 1. f Shelby Coate Kristi Cochran Thomas Cochran Alan Codlna Shella Coffey Karen Coker Johne Cole Sean Conner x Go. Michael Coon Ami Copp en.. A +L - f 4, 'line- ' x ii . , 1 I . s .Xi Lawrence Cornwell IN THE EARLY seven hun- dreds, society believed that those who sneezed would immediatly die, Therefore, to prevent a sneez- ing man from passing away, a prayer would be uttered in his behalf. This began the common ritual of saying "God bless you." This custom is still carried on within our school. After a sneeze, a chorus of "God bless you" usually fills the room. Some even do so for the doriginal reason, including senior Heather Onstott. Joseph Corrigan Charla Covey you sneeze your heart stops, and if God blesses you, you wil recover and live," statesHeather. "That's whyl you say God bless you" A "God bless you" from Heather could be a real life saver, .lust think, thanks to a' simple cus- tom millionsiand billions of people have been save from ....... "aaachooo," asdeathly sneeze. "God bless you!" 2 si me i - em J ig if ' M me e ,pa A z ,. "' , ,. 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' Q L ag Jim Halley David Halderman Bouke Hale Katherine Hammar Sally Hammond Chong Han Elizabeth Haney Shannon Hardwick Kerl Harelson Andrew Harris Shannon Harvlck Gregory Hast Kellie Heller Krista Helms Robln Henry Holly Herndon Candace Hicks Chad Hllzer Shannon Hitchcock Cheryl Hodder Robert Enright, Todd Frank, and Robert O Donnell look at their new schedules in confu 62 Kirsten Hoisington Rusty Hollis Felicia Holmes Sonya Hooper Janeen Hopkins Jennifer Hopkins Stacy Howard Tina Howard John Hrad Sunny Hsieh Jodi Huber Pamela Hullng Charles Ingrum Nancy Jackson Jeff J amer Jenny Wicks and Kevin Moore discuss an upcoming debate competition. i Andrew J ayroe Brad Jensen Marisa J imenez Kimberly Johns Michael Johnson 4-35 . 9' P 1 no A ew ' 'fir ir J 2 , W ,K N, Bi :dx " Q 2- 5 I I My at K V I Nails, ' New - V e ' 'E L A' a 3 .L 'sv sf ' J L5 ab L4 AZ .V ' A 9 V, h J, e Q I v we ,ef 51 ' 4 F V , sn wr , G JH I , 7 X 5 Q V3 J . 21 5 . Ji 6 f' Q ehly H JJJJLY e o yin ' ,, Q A ef L as P nf ., In ,Q iw 6 . Q mf' 'Ii ee ie fa X22 AN Q ..,, 63 E., -A 4 A ze, Fi' lv if Shannan Johnson William Jones Xiomara June Kerry Junkin Jody Justus Ikuko Kaiho Nani Kang Leonie Kanha Scott Keesey Keith Kelly The news of the October stock market crash surprises John Hrad, Scott Wilt, and Mark Kraemer. Carey Kelson Marni Kerner Petra Kermae J ennlfer Kerrigan Mary Kersting Darren Kirby Angela Kirk Daniel Knight Michael Knox Mark Kraemer 5. iii .x-,1 I, 2. w gw wr , - Q -' 1 J- 1 'fri 1 '- ' E ' K- ! " 4 , fl g X ' J. 'alfa V L 1 aff ,-xi -t 7 if F nw, 1 K ,M l ' hiv F x, '57 us 1 f"f'9,J' F C N ., M. fe fun Q, fir ffi April Kropp Teresa Lakey Silvia Lamazares Julie Lamphere Todd Lane Jeffrey Lark Jason Larson Gary Laun Carl Lay Kelly Le Blanc Michael Leonard David Lesseps Cheryl Levins Angelette Lewis Jeremiah Lewls ,.. Foreign exchange student, Petra Kermae, gets her first taste of American cafeteria food, V V Chrls Armalavage overlooks the dress code as his injured leg heals. Shanon Leyrer I Michael Llndahl Brent Llum Linda Lively Anthony Lockhart 21, fa fn? i 'fe .. Q N A .. .W S , .,l, . X 4 L - M 1 f uw, 3 .. Y .F 'gm is -1,5 ya W as 1 if ' QF 3. f' is f 1' . I T s J' W we 'I 5 , 6 3 iqN,,,N,f,ij19 X. ,Si A saw. , . V 9 . X M. 1 Y ,J WN , , Q , X . fl' L 52 .ww big, I 51 f 9 'Q 91.-Zi if . we M' , a o .V .4 nd' 'Qi Y' MN. 'ik if fvbbq 'W 52 bf' X r His: ,S ,NK we 6 ffm? 'Qi M54 1 xi X, HW' 'fe 4' 5 W fm Y ,- Q if ,XJ :Yi 1 'tx wr. , pvnxj Vxffixi -l v',.! XD i is v xp? f UQ' K, A, .5 if A259 R+- S if U we Wiki ' W - . h.i.c aw 5 N 1 5 'mi' 9:45 -fl". I wr JJL' ag .- H 1 l'1Q'Bu A 3 -e-3 rw' 1' 'l'he help on an Individual basis sometimes moves at a slow paee and you may at tlmes get ahead of yourself Crlstlna Saman junior 'You can get help needed In reading or just help on a one to one basls when other teachers dont have the time Danny York freshman Skllls classes helps you a lot on P you don t understand They explain lt all to you easier Sadla Anwar sophomore Skills teachers encourage hard work, positive attitude inside and outside school Skills classes help students more than many understand Cot Mastery and Resource Classes are two programs that are designm help the student who IS deficient 1n one or more subject areas Content Mastery IS set up so that any identified skills stude able to receive help during the school day After a daily 3SSlgl'lI has been given the student can go to the Content Mastery room w he will be helped with his assignment Resource Classes are used as a supplement to the regular Eng and Math courses These classes are based on the idea of 1nd1v1c ized teaching Each student is glven work 1n the subjectarea whel most needs help The Resource classes are kept relatively sma order to allow more one on one assistance The majonty of skills students only have a small leammg dis ity yet are hindered by fast paced leammg The mam objectnt Resource and Content Mastery classes is to strengthen the weak Resource teacher Mrs Herr states Our goal IS to mainstream students and get them into regular English and Math classes The teachers of skills classes are very Supportive of their stu by trying to help them understand the reasons for leammg S classes teach students the necessary requirements for gradu without holdmg them back This gives students the opportum positive reinforcement skills classes prevent many students 1 droppin g out of school Having smaller classes the teacher has r time to spend with each student comments semor Michelle Ves By havmg teachers recognize skills students they can direct 1 teaching in the subject areas 1n which most help IS needed there giving them a chance to finish on top' 9 7 5 . ,, - ' ' . . . . . . ' 9 s - ' 2 K 7 1 , at . . I ' - - 'rs W 1 K .n ' l . h y Y K . 2 6 . . 1 . . .I some of fhe 'Uh """f"'S "W" remain in their original grade with their classmates. Due to 1 a - s . . l - -Y! 5 ' . . ' ,, f . , l 7 1 Mrs. Murray, Resource teacher, helps Jeff Lawder complete an assignment. ...R 'Ox F Elisa Lockman Nicole Lockwood Lisa Losasso Timothy Lytle Elizabett Machala Rebecca Maddox Stacie Madison Anne Malone Anthony Manasseri Benoye Mani 1 Rebecca Marcom Deanna Markley Jason Martln Kylee Martinez Kenneth Mason Margaret Matsushita Derek Maxwell Wllllls McCabe David McCauley Krista McClellan Kerry McCraw Katherine McDaniel Rhett McDaniel -Nlcole McDuffle Rebecca McFaddln Toni McNamara Rodney McNatt Bradley McNeil Bradley Meador Cindy Meador A M wa it H . Me M wi- ss, .cs it . A iff ig MS? AW. K 9 4. . , D , 255, ,Qi Q1 -Q A wi i ab , l A as ei me A def. 5 ,fra f , wa ' my . ,t S - tc. .,, t ,f if if X 1 'W X" 'ia is Q7 .N Q A 54 f if it QM 1: W k Iw- 2 .sl -as v . if Th ff Awgi 1.4 QV V A 3 'S We . 'Sf ,A Q " M .Hy ,, L MFAAQQQ I M af N, ff Xe an 5 ef, wg ,,. A M . Q gl-A 15 Q xr Q2 Q ja Q. , ,, 4 :zo in 1 at 63 J 44 an H14 cr f Q iw 511 my L h, me at r ' a Qemafqik M it A, E' iw ' i 'f ea Eiga Wwe W Aa 1 wi, .. -3 Joe Paul Smith proofreads his masterpiece, hot off of the printer. Kyra Meinzer Leah Melkus Kimberly Melton Kerry Meyers Karen Michaelis John Miller Elisa Minelll Kristi Mislivets Aamir Mithani Kevin Moeller Matthew Molsan Heidi Monk Carl Montz Cheryl Moody Andrew Moon Richard Moore Shane Morgan Shawn Morgan Chris Mote Jennifer Mullen i -'at I A 'i 3 ' 4, f -. we is 5 x- Q. - 1 X La , L . , I IVV. 1 , r a f K LM All is 5 . 4 . 4 L . ,wr A L , 'lr f ik. 4 Cara Murray Connie Murray Lisa Myers Robert Nallie Theresa Nauman Shaun Nelson Bradley Nevill- Kristi Newton Susan Nichols Brian Nicodcmus Laura Nies Mark Niesman Colin Noble Holly Noble Sharyn Noska Robert O'DonneII Shannon 0'Leary Da vid' Ocslrelcher Michelle Ohm Lisa Ojinaga FRIDAY THE 13TH is labeled around the world as unlucky. A combination of the superstitions about Friday and the number thir- teenth cause this popular belief. This day became unlucky because twelve witches and one devil attended each meeting of witches, and all meetings occurred on Friday. Anyone born on the thirteenth of any month suppos- edly endures an especially unlucky day on Friday the thirteenth. Charla Covey, senior, states "I was an only child until my sister was born on Friday, the thirteenth. That is why I consider this day to be unlucky." ti 5 'Q ef . :M 7 i M. it -it , . QI? if like t he Nm? ag 1 1 ,v , me 63 r if . 11. 'ef v fs? 4? ' " ft Q ofa si: ., g " t ' if 1 Q rg . 3' ' s ,gt 1 . , My i 4 lb' f :C :E f I :fs 4 We ,t ,Q . -lst, R 'Ui A 1 fwfr? 1 mt 'W N ,ii i , . te t Mi A Brooke Olson Heather Onstott James Orr Amy Oursler Jennifer Page Hyuen Park Sung Park Amy Parker Martin Pashuck Daniel Pate Parul Patel Julie Pechaneq Amy Pendleton Daniel Perdue Jason Perkins Clay Coleman, Scott Keesey, John Bailey, and Scott Guenther greet their first period class Brian Perslchitte Scott Phelan Abraham Philips Jason Philllps Katrin Poetschke Billy Grady shows his enthusiasm in being a tcacher's aide. Geoffrey Poirier Mark Pool Jeff Poyser ' Phaedra Prejean Claude Prewitt Meredith Prlgmore Randal Prultt Norman Putnam Elisabeth Quick Helena Qulnones Jaclyn Radkey Crystal -Rainwater Danny Ralsovlch James Rakovan John Reasonover Kimberly Reed Aleacia Reeder Scott Reeves Terrence Rldgely Anastasio Rigas ips 1 vw x I-,V 5 S 3 5' f as I ,. ., 'W ,f s J' S4 5 is e gi f 'Y 51 H3 X 3 .if N I Q Qrvjf 37 57 X 1 QQ' J sg QQ 43 - in J by ' A' if ,. 3952 A I Q, sg EJ 'Q ,Ee We is an so-I f.5,fmN:g-V ,' f , f ., he ,ASE A 'ig , is ffl' KQ- Zii h , av . Q A u ft u f .V 1 3 'S VA ip Q as . W' JV ix.. " , . W F . tt t. 3 J gg., J 9-W t i Qi 4 KV' f I wk +45 ' 5 Vwgsssg, 1.,, -YQ if 5, as. Jennifer Riley Phillip Ringley Mark Roach Douglas Roberts Tracy Roberts Sharon Rode Kevin Rodenbaugh James Rodriguez Antonio Romo Shane Roushar 'I at 4' 1 ,qv 915.3 - ,, 5, 'w 2 r IL: Nicole McDuflie and Christy Tyler laugh at the ten page report they have just been as- signed. Cheryl Rouvaldt Brian Rupe Susan Russ Robyn Ruston Jlll Ryan Diane Sammon Kristina Santllli Jon Schmidt Heather Schroeder Karin Schultz ,s IL ,V g ,f H5 an-,t so 4 R Q ,, -, . nf 1- .Rf , L. 'SET Q-i, 5'- 1' 10 1.- sw, 'T-r "'9'9fm 'KE' YN. 9- '15 1- 1'-ex Kristen Scogglns Sean Scott Christi Seller Jonathan Selvadoray Trina Shackelford Sheila Coffey Is caught in the m J ennlfer Shaffer Deirdre Shannon Terry Shleh Suzanna Sheehan Michael Sheeran Steven Shiflett Kimberly Shipman Phillip snipp Tiffany Shocklee Steven Shuflield Kenneth Simmons Paula Slmmsms Ronnie Sims Susan Smalley Dustln Smith lddle of a Robert O Donnell and Kevin Smith, physics students, experiment with the laws of gravity. Juliana Smith Kevln Smith Kevin Smith Lisa Smith Joe Paul Smith Shanan Smith Jay Spalding Douglas Spivey Gena Spradllng Raymond Stafln Michelle Stevens Anitra Stewart Dianne Stiner Kristopher Stone Denise Storey Leann Stringer Sally Suiter Jeffrey Tabares Daniel Taft Thomas Tate -3 1 "-fi if f' x, ii if , J, U if 'UI jwzflfg,-',"e,g fi l':gggbfggfgf5we ff' " ffff?if'1 David Tcrkuile Kurien Thomas Bryan Thompson David Thompson Denese Thompson Shelley Thompson .I oy Thou Diem Tran Tara Trask Laura Trible tw' . " N Y Qi we it 'mpgs qbwiiill QS' ,W fi' L QW Wit rx i fl , 'Lili .QW , 2 5 2 f Q .W H17 mf-AQIW ,Q M ff . New , fb . ev on g V . 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I started doing this dur- ing my sophomore year, when my blue pen fell on the side of my shirt and I made a good grade on the test," states Oscar Demes. .g , ,.' 1 ,fx 2 X Wendy Wegren Daniel Weldert Janet Welch David Westmoreland Kelley Wetzel 1.xf l .fu Jennifer Whitten Brooke Wicker Jenny Wicks Karey Williams Kristi Williams Z 1 ,Jer Yf' 4 X, 'T '-w fliiijf e , 'T fl ,rf Krlssy Williams Kristin Williams Melissa Williams Michelle Williams Timothy Williams Wendy Glenn shows Elisa Lockman, Julie Decker, and Kristi Mislivcts where the "re- turn" key is located. Andy .layroe appears caught off guard as he samples his Homemaking project. 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TQ ees cz Charm After a trio of tremendous years, Juniors hope, work, and plan for an enchanting journey to the twilight zone. . . graduation The Junior Executive Committee st out their extremely successful year wit Blackout Dance. This attracted much a tion, not to mention profits. They held candy sales in November and February vi proved to be tasty and profitable. In Do ber, personalized wooden key chains N, . X . ' x . 5 4 1 sold, and in March, Trojan key rings were with the school emblem on them. The ju wrapped up the prosperous year with the t Favorites Dance which proved to be the successful dance of the year. Bottom Row: V. Pres. K. Crosby, Pres. T. Si Mrs. Sherri Foster. Row 2: V. Budhrani, L. Ld D. Holt, T. Ferencak, N. Navarrete, K. Vaugl Brewington. Row 3: J. Perkins, M. Martin, DJ D. Clancy, D. Inness, J. Heinzer, L. Barry. Rovd Bailey, A. Velasco, S. Henegar, W. Glenn, H. Clsi Brester, L. Alvarez, S. Babu, T. Crumb. Stephanie Jackman takes pride in cutting out letters that read, " Juniors... Leaving The Rest! Behind". . Junior Executive Ollicers, Tiffany Sanker, Kei Crosby, and Julie Powell explain the necessity selling Trojan Key Chains. ' 5 H 9 7.11 A e - .al 1, Q . .J a -if ' V od l 4,56 W 'av ,Q I x ' i .Q 1 4 ' Y A V , K 'Q .. 1. , x . I , -1 el A , f. ,L:, , an pf, 4, , ylb e y , ,AB A A fjv. A A vw 'W' i '4 W V1 r J ,grae 'Anya Rhueil Aala Janine Abmayr Cassaund ra Adams Alisha Adkins Jason Allen Eric Alvarez Luisa Alvarez Lara Anderson Jennifer Arebalo Kristin Arens James Armentrout Cassandra Arnold Slnitha Babu Julie Bacak Jennifer LeCompte prepares for her turn at t 1 ,i the burner while Anna Velasco sterilizes the equipment. . Q, ,Q .J kb, A ,. .1-4 Q 1 .1 'z -V w. 'nazi :f e J -, an if X I ,M ef: J levi? xi nie, ' W "Z i A , I 6 :A W - ,I W 1 L I M W, I9 A ' . Q 5, A my N gif? ,. 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'QM 'lag 4 A M' 5 5 I if me Craig Bolson John Bondurant Konrad Bouffard Elmer Bradford Movanna Brady Christopher Branson William Branstetter Vance Breckenridge Lisa Brester Carole Brewer Carrie Brewington Chris Brown Dawn Brown Jennifer Brown Mark Bryer Tracy Buchanan Jeffery Buckley Vanila Budhrani Jody Buettner Natasha Bullard Arthur Bumpas Gina Burnett Jon Burzynskl Karla Caffey Michael Calhoun Amy Canales Michael Carey Jennifer Carlson Laura Carlson Michelle Carr John Carrell Todd Carruthers Kimberly Cartlidge 'Sean Cassidy Sara Casso Samuel Cervantes Han Chang Andrea Chapman Bryan Chapman David Cho Dana Clancy Bryan Clark in ,A B, ry? l W A A ,bpy A bi 'T . ' A , , fA I v 5- gt , x ' L, , C, ' 5, is J 1. Arg Q- PF MAV ! N f, I .Q rl, ravi ' it Ti A if was A ,. A 1 ii! 3 , swf w g it A A A A ,, fe 1 ii A A fix . , ' A Y A x 1 1, A 1 A 4 - e fx ,' ? ' - . . , , J , l M Q . R A vvy' 1 1, V 'I 1' K . ' , J I UEET - . ,6 . - 5 . 1 Q tv ' ,I , ' Heh. '-'fig ff f-tl An.. ,ig it 4 A 5- Q Y 2,31 , ,X ' ff' if ,azz MANY ARE FAMILIAR with the horoscopes listed daily in newspapers. Horoscopes make predictions based on astrology with reference to the stars, the moon, and the planets. "I read its every morning. I think it is psychological, " states Lara Anderson, junior. As to how it relates to school and sue- if cess on a test or quiz, a positive horo- f scope "sometimes comes true," reports Jill Ferguson, junior. no Q X ,saws , AA gr V J gt A nr 5 ,4 ' QQ' ' Q T4 it my g ur 3,32 4 , . nnir ,A I 3 ' 'f 'f 'I L .'!I A - C A A A . f 1 so ' J sitt ' if if 'W' Af , J. A .f Q x y r , a - C l ci A ' ' lui jryi NgMi .V -me '." D ' U ' N sf f eg . J A Q, .D "N f , it , x A -" ' 5'W 4"' ' ffffs , ax A 1 - 4 ' 1 V' x ' 1 if 7 ' V' . E:-in f I' K , i S e ' 4-"2 it 1 l Q ' '..qb. .Q 4 ,f Q his 7' V V5 1 iz: 'tj 14 . WQQPWWQ - bfi mYgh-C' 'M A NWV ' C, it -.Wg at .. X S. v if F2532 ' . S , of s' . 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T ,if C we gi i Holly Clark Jonathan Clarkson Aaron Clements Laura Clinton Amy Cloninger Clinton Cockrell Jason Collins Mark Collis Kimberly Comstock Denlse Conrad Amy Cook Stephanie Cordes Dalia Cortinas Brent Cox ' Christopher Cox Sean Craft Cherisa Craver Carrie Crawford Kent Crosby A Troy Crowell Tyra Crumb Howard Crutslnger Stacey Culp Chris Cunningham Kellie Curran Angela Cixtrer Markbagley Angela Davis Debra Davis Donna Davis Greg De Prisco- - I Susan DefVivof Jennifer Decker is Michael Dckeyrel Trae Denney ,Jeff Worst grabs the only available seat In the library to finish hls homework. f.f sift V'-1 5 4 . fre-J wa ff lm' c QL TQQQ TRN tvs! 9 .v 1 iiauiy Si: 'eg ai A 'WWE tsl E pwfian +4 e. fi 22' N 1 5 'W CWB ,i 'f ' is 'L. 1 A my 19' 1 F S Q - ,H QR: .r, 'fr if 'mv fi 4. 1. 2 nu lf. I. ,L '4, ,Lil 'XS rin' ' ', 4 QGNX, " - I on Q-+4 v' 1 J, 'f Aff f,,tf3.:'ns1 fe'f xi, . "4 Lfff' 1 P 'R .nl I ' ' K -A K, a 0-,r Q A !fh,? W Y fffm ,V X' 'D 'D LJ't wvbe as ' xo, iff al Irv ,M .u" fifff' jb.+ .'z A84 - NW? v -Qxiub. 1 , -f fi.: or A -fly " me-Yu , "W4,"4'1 stays L 1-.eg V ,.? uf' Y 1. Fy- xli A W' Q 1 Lonna Smith rereads her note one lnore H 1 W 4 ' time. Sopina llahu poses as teacher for the day. ' Nicholas Dqlilllllil Amie Dial Matthew Dislnore Beverly Dixon Cindy Dowdle David Dresser Michael Drieling Kyle Duke David Dnsek Soyna Dusek .lennifer Dwight Sheeba Eapen Alnaya Eehebarria Don nic Edwards John Edwards Troy Edwards Jason lilmore Deborah Erickson Candace Evans John Evans Philip Evans Michael Fahmer Terry Fann David Farley Kevin Faust Tanya Ferencak Jill Ferguson Alisha Finger Amy Fisher Kelly Fisher Daniel Flatt Jason Flood Mark Foerster Mark Frank Deanne Fugitt ' fi? 4 1 Y XL ,I ilk . 4,' gb.. .F-1 5 wil '.,'. 13' 1 L ,146 I ' ,- T4 iii . vsv X - mf L F ly , ,x r v -" 1' , ,. wa"' . W, ,W S-vw 137' f , '1 . 'bl - X 4 an J jig I ,, y X Q, if ,K I A . 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Mark Grimes Alex Grossman Durunsala Gulley Wendy Hackworth Kimberly Hall Scott Hall Michele Hamer Stephanie Hammar Tamara Hansen Devin Hanson Sheila Hare Brooke Harper James Harris Tamara Hart .Iulle Helnzer Angela Henderson Stacey Henegar Suzette Henry Tucker Herring Michael Hess Teresa Hess Hx me .. 533 'if' : fr 7 fif l , fx :Ia gig, 'Q -8 L. ' X333 T so we ,W Mt., Q 5 i's 'i , 94.1 . en ,, A A . I W Q, , . 4 V W3 W ft A Q As " A cf, ss. QP Y 'A , x.' . 1,4 ,QQ ?f'5,, e ,Z f L 1 2+ Q r -ff af 6 is-Q 'egg ' , 5, ,is ,HQ QA . ' me Fi A :e:3,5, me vf 'if nag ic Ryan Higgins Lance Hill Stephanie Hill Tia Hitt James Hofmann Amy Hogue Thomas Holland Ami Hollingsworh Dana Holt Pamela Hooper Laura Horne Lisa Horne Wendy Howard Ichen Huang Gabrielle Hubacka Mark Hughes Shannon Humphries Ginger Hupfauler Tan Huynh Amy Ingebritson Darcy Inness Jennifer Irby Stephanie Jackman Jill Jackson Karen Jackson Laura Jackson Lisa James Michelle Jarrell Tamela Jensen Kimberly Johns Aaron Johnson Mary Johnson John Jones Krystin Jones Suja Joseph James Kaleta Jerome Keating Brandi Keener Jewel Kelley Aaron Kclling Christina Kettman Joo Kim ., .lxe H :lyk ,, .T,ji..5. ' .Z on . 'uti ' , l 8 ,. Q , ' -' wp- a 1, "1 me - - ,, 1 or L Lx: ll Q 4.10, , J AX, h ay A i A I ty A ,X 4 , W. 1 yy 1 J W . a 4 W 1 ,' Vv tx I l xi 'jig f ai f X ' A lr qyyyz W xv K 4 1 ' .AQ ! e ' It 'El 2' N, ' - 37. J f Wu,-,f..aaa:JixX MA sh V bmi Q l .4 ., 1: ? .A I y 2, ' rt ' ,J . X gg 'QW . Q, , QL I my N 1 ,vias X fe 31, J J f 1 ii J Q. V ,, :H y ,rv N I if I K N L i if 1 ,, '.f', W M A b e y , J L H ' ,Q 1, i, J we lf fi - ' J . ,N X.,5' Q " Ji - 'if' K "J .J A 'i' 4 ' it 'il L "mx . X -54, 1, f ke Adam Kosofsky, Julie Bacak, Stephanie Tupta, Kelly Warrick, and Kelly Wood enjoy themselves on the football field at the end of a Wlnl'lll'lg game. I 1 'ii Q 'X .a'4if?'q" 3 yr , vi si' ' , 1 K 3? X .Q 'Zi' WF 1. -- D 0 K N721 9 'veil J TA? I' .,""! K i ,QQ 2-1:-' EY' 1 Publ 1 Y Y With their own unique styles, individuals ith similar interests join to form cliques As a bystander watches students on an average clay he crves many different types of people wandering through the halls. ious backgrounds and cultural experiences add to the personality rences seen in the student body. People with common interests dtogether forming social groups or intoday stcrminology cliques. ether it be related to academics or sports cliques provide a positive osphere for people with similar likes dislikes and goals. Students tivities such as Drama or Choir who spend many hours together e an opportunity to meet others with similar interests. At times however many people feel left out and rejected by .gory or another be it a prep or a nerd . Too often people are ed upon the basis of what they wear or what clubs or other nizations they belong to. This problem however is an ancient lem not easily overlooked or solved. 41 "The main problem is steroetyp- ing, peoplejudge others on what they wear or who they hang around but no one gets to know anyone for who they are. Terry Ridgely senior "For someone new coming in the school unless they know some- one, it ls hard for them to fit ln.' Karli Cropp junior 'Hsu his 1 really don't see thatwe have a roblem with cliques in this school? racie Chesky, junlor 'There s a problem with cliques, but lt s natural for people to act cool and hang around with their own group of friends." Eddie Yoo sophomore l 4 I - . I Y Y l L , . N1 , X 7? Q e I t X P 9 D ix C , , XX 1 7 ein groups. Stereotyping adds to the grouping of people into one GSI I , P r A ,T E 1 f 17 ef ' ' I 7 7 I N , sw than S ! 'M' Q Y J lf- 'wt 1 vt. Jeff Lark and Brad Nevlll smlle as Jeremy Lewis describes his event- ful weekend. William Revol expresses his school spirit. Seung Kim Harold King Nancy King Kristen Kirk Elie Knight Adam Kosofsky Julie Kovar Jacqueline Kozak Jayshree Krishnan Matthew Kuhn Christopher Kuntz Hector Kypuros Marcus Laguardia Carla Landers Robert Landry John Laubenthal Lorl Lawdermilk Jeffrey Lawler Patricia Leas Jennifer LeCompte Chi Wai Lee Huyn Su Lee Jay Lee A Mike Lestarge Michelle Levan Cari Lichtenberg Bryce Ligeti Jennifer Lindig e f-'freer fl' , ,.,,, 3 ,t., 3 ,, U 334 4 , A . , H 1 , " , 1 P K 'Q' 3 -A f '24 fr-'F ,rf ' ' te ' fi? c g e V ee A ' ,. C, J V. ,,i X ,xcm X ' ft L ,, " ,EXW iv ' X 1 i ' H X' l . - , 1 x 1 .' '- Quill '- If S J ll x in x X f l Vx .mam L 1 -+ 1' zewlfg, . l"1 jfs. ' K .. . 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I 3 , A J r M if "if .,, sw ' If A , if .' pai T E' s x - . ,, jfjigfilal V, ' -, if y , ., ,, A , 4. "7 l , .. .. ,'tA,5. A , 7 I, 1 ,ii f has ' f 3 t" gp. ,Q , A ,y 1 uf wg. YT? Tm f T ws, M, ,, , , , .375 A fy, ' " V5 4 A K P ,Jie it xc lb 33165 f 'Zi 11? if AQ ' is I f ,e , i ei . . 4 ' 31 , t , J , s- , e V J , -e V 1 Vhrfix 3' l , ! kt ' M? 1 ' 6 l ff,-. ' 'V 1 W ,,L . 1 I . , mf ug A Q' ,TER . X- Am f l. - ' Je as PFS: 1,.a'i ' JULIE GARCIA, junior, wears a unique ring on her right index tin- ger everyday. Three years ago, Julie's father suiprised her the day after her birthday with the silver tur- quoise ring. Hermother had wom the ring when she was dating Julie's fa- ther. Throughout her high school years, Julie states, "I've had lucky grades," and she attributes much of her luck to her father's special gift. Karen Martinez Jennifer Matejka John Mathers Meredith Mathews David Mathis Diana Maxwell Michael Mayberry Marci Maynard Jeffrey McAdams Darren McCallon Kimberly MeCreary William McGinnis Kristi McGlothlin Nathan McKee DeeDee McKinney Richard McLaughlin Angela McLendon Heather McNeil Heather McNlel Conia Meadows Maria Mejia Lauren Melton Garrett Meurer Michele Meyers Mark Mihalloff Carl Miller Razi Mithani Swati Modl Scot Molgaard Jean Moly Ch ristee Mc on Julie Morriss Bill Moulden Robert Mullen Michelle Musso Michael Myers John Nash Rea Navarrete Renee Neill Michael Newhouse Chinh Nguyen Tuyet Nguyen Q 45 5 ,HP -- fl i M s X- Qi, as A if ,ww -A J '13 is is M i ft A .. ,- Q we is ,. in W- I fy' 5 K J V, 'Q f . 5 sim - ,ati Jie W 5 fi, if ,gt rg ,ir ew' V 9 F' ,Q My -fe . rm, , il, li rl ,V as -ef' - A x-m in ta W ' it As Xi 4:53 Q . e f W 4 t M We gtg 3 ' if YYVYQJ .4-f 'G , X J, . is f-iii it W ,,,, V 'W f fi W J, a J 'A 11,351.3 Q is r , f H .sw J' E it , r fly r f --,or N , A if Wyfiiis , Q sf g xl? - "ii ' J , , .af ly K' 'S 4 0 s do ii Q 5 5 s s S 2 wig fx .s ,i Q W ll?-QI. 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Q. i 43 1' .Vs Donald Reed Kyle Reeves Donna Reilly Christopher Remalla William Revoal Christopher Reynolds Kimberly Reynolds Scott Rhea Matthew Rlbar Jennifer Rlccardl Rita Riddle Angela Rlngueberg Debbie Robards Amy Robinson John Robledo Jeffrey Rocha Claudia Rodriguez John Rogers , Michelle Roglna , Joshua Rotko Angela Rowe Brandi Roy Jamie Rupe Cristina Saman Katie Sammon Deshawn Samples Alice Sanchez. Kristen Sauer Gina Schleber Janet Schllder Scott Schoonmaker Kenneth Schreiner Ty Scottino Mark Scuka Shannon Seaback Samantha Seebock Karen Senne Ronald Settimi Scott Sherwood Melinda Shipley Jeanette Shone Herbert Simonsen Bill Mullen and Danny Giffen express their school spirit on Nerd Day. F m5,T imfmea leg ,,7L ., 1 W 43. ay A Qt ,JT M A ' of R M aw ek 8. Qi +5 'WN f If Q0 33 Q9 Mfymts me 5 " aff a ,J 3 1 we Ng? A davi- tdmf Wei-M M I .fc A My 5 'Q fi .- tiki? 9 T Q e :ti 5, as b A if Agile Q 5 L , ,fi we 1 -M ga . 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Kimberly Studdart Russell Swaim Alex Thomas Amber Thomas Kenneth Thomas Trevor Thomas Brittany Thompson John Thompson Timothy Thompson Zed Tidwell Drew Timms Kimberly Tomenga Brian Towensend Stephanie Tupta Jennifer Twedt Alvino Valdiviez Peter Van Gurp Gregory Van Wey Johnsy Varghese John Vaughn Kristyn Vaughn , 9 into f-3xl.!"X 'Vi 1 fx flwa f A fi. 1 . v 9 . . ,Q ff ' :ft N . , ,.,, H 0 l I i l 'V WWE? 'A SW 1.14 5 X1 J' 'D 5.4 I l egxxxx iisr 1 i E , 24 j' i ,Q Q ,K , 'W A L W 5-. T - ' W f 'f f X. i"5 . . E77 . -a-,f ,A , f 1 Nil Ai rl, X an , XT , l . ' QL z X , N K ME, U A 1 'wwe eww we ,W if Q ' if Q, - .. 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X dxf! 9 "f gp, 1 Wg, V X' Omona Abraham Valsamma Abraham Kimberly Abramski Zachary Adams Christopher Alderson Roblnette Aley Linda Altamirano Seth Alve Christa Anderson Sadla Anwar Andre Archimbaud Lee Arie Nancy Arruda Robert Askew Susan Austin Sopna Babu Christopher Bachta Ronald Badgley Gennifer Baggctt Trish Baggett Tony Bagwell Thomasa Dunlap and Shelly Drew re- hearse for an upcoming drama skit. Q I 'v"i I f ,A yooh 7 'Q y, , X .ls-ir, KH? X Y x. C ' A 7 ' ' 'M fl Q? in is ei f, A , . A eq N ' ' ', , f 5 'af B +4 3 59 W a A X' l 'wa mn e Candace Bailey Cynthia Bailey Kenneth Ballard Ronald Ballard Charlene Ballengee Scott Barnes Tyrone Barrow Al Bastone Susan Baylor David Beattie Katherine Beavers Margaret Beavers Michael Beckman Jonathan Bell Karla Bender Brian Besier Coral Bessette Stephen Birch Tina Blackshear Dan Blackwell Amy Blair 5'i,A.l arf g, wyfeqef wma aiasw ' M e, 39? '- ig a lk Q Wfwwafij ig' 5 ta 1 s i, P ini. " gy 7? 1 ef r . 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"J A 6 Kristi Brake 'A f' H w '--' ' " Y- f - David Brandon 7 ?e,,,,,a A 44 - 'V - A X 1 , A 2 1 Timothy Brock V ' xv ,,iT,.i,,f X-A x , ' ,V 1 ' , X 'X ' 1 2 ' T r ' .... Al. ' if K Andrew Brooks -' ' Deanna Brown V , K V Jason Brown V V V Y fa' Matthew Brown Q "' "X 3 'N V - rf 331! K. , Q , Christian Buchanan , 51 ' ,W A rx- A L' Jennifer Bumgarner .fx 'r I . f' ' "" Kalisa Bunch ,' i 4 " I' V W V When it comes to test taking, Trey Troxel relies on superstition to make the grade. Since the beginning of his Fresh- man year, Trey has used a yellow, number two pencil each time he takes a scantron test. Trey aced his first test taken with this pencil, and considers it to be good luck. "The pencil is pretty small now,"states Trey, "but I still use it on every test." Trey says that as long as his pencil lasts, he will have good luck on scantron tests. Kristen Burchfield Jennie Burnet ' Kristin Burnett , Richard Burrow Michael Bush Chesley Cain Laura Cannon Philip Carden Theresa Casebolt Marlbel Castillo 1 1 lk l i ,,f.,, ,f , x iw, , ter M, ,,1,,,,,,,., ap A -mf ' aj - V r - ly K 1 ix X lx Derek Chaky V ,K A - fe-T Cynthia Chao . i ., 4-J . " ' 'A A 5' Earn cmvis T B T A ' HuiChoi 3 ' wg Vg p ' X ' W RV -1 - .Q . ive f 4 '1 A ,,,,,I,f G, ,,,, N ,M , ,lv if f K an, vi W y. Vi? x ax if s.' sid Nfs ufwg +1555 X vf , X ' J' A X fx of ,X 1 I l .W.V , V ,, . . :V . K 5 J I 6 A ' e ' ' D1 We 5 Vlgwrk Y' ri at W V 05 .1 W y , 'k I i ,, ,A . A A . fi' 6 Li ff' ,N I- X A 'f 53 iyk C x a- C Q it in X. W, M R! , Xt V' E .. I , FN X Q , Q . Y, ff 'QE , : ,- V, A . f X P . g 1 . gf- ,L , K :lx , X JJ lx I . 6 ' 1 'gl ' 2' 'L 5 . fr 1 , K ' '. 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David O'Donnell concentrates on the Funda- mentals of Algebra. Damon Marx Diane Masse Gregory Matthews Tamara Mattson Davis Mauldlng Angela May Leslie McCann 32 5 ff A W3 M iv we gk' 52 A sk M Q, ie egg ' 'ee' fi ha, Q- 'ef 7151 iw T S? .f ex I as. 5 gg - Q? , we ik ifxmer ,Sundial 4 as A f iw .SW , ll ag Q3 . .WI w A' 1 fs. me ff na as ' 5 X 4 . p a F Assn Qs 'eb r r w. , at lc . sk, S ...ASQ 'ei f X '4 at F' if xg A gg . If A 'ws -e 'J M' . f Y' 25.1 s ,, 'M ' 11 zu ' .Tim eg-5' ggwqwpflb wi if' agp -' ad f we ' N1w"'f-- fii 1, Q 'Nr Ji -Y-'14 , . ,il i ?,6Qe las' ,, . ..- Q, X ff me i, , 1 ' t 1' 7' is .4 A K fV,e-ar 'H I We at assi? we as sf? N-.3 HN K A 'N if gbiftw i We-f' 5. 6' WT vm if Qieawk at , -aw "" A ,wa 51" fi, ' x ya . at it ecalhif e iw-J' s liggnw iv kiwi' 'elflli Dennis Pu explores with :ulvancecl tech- nology in computers class Barbara McCauley Clay McCorkle Alan McDonald Ryan McGregor Lisa McLeroy Tiffany McNair Jamie Meyers Keelye Meyers Charles Michie Karen Millen H Bart Miller Rebekah Miller Stephanie Miller Laura Mills Sharon Mockaitis Kara Moeller Theresa Moody Leah Moore . Carolyn Morgan Z i ii' Patrick Mortensen Rebecca Myers Bindu Nair Bryan Neff Derick Nelson Joel Nelson Victoria Neuls Ngoe Nguyen Thuy Nguyen Sherry Niemiste Ahay Nirmul Hong Sok Noe Dana Nollette Matthew North Christian Norton Christopher Norton John Nyman David 0'Donnell Motoko Odaka e Deborah Oursler Q Desiree Overree A Harold Owen Jennifer Pace ,-A ' ,- Q limb " L 1 1,3 li e 5 . 'if . 11? '-Wm-sf? 2-S- eg' 4 C H 1- 55 ai it .,,, ,z,, 'W ik . ,, Q .NWA KAL, Smal, .. , E l 'auhdfg ' up 4 'x , 1. V wt " Wi i f val' 37 ff Mmm 4 - 4 at 'W Q W wfise 1,1 - f i. 'gif 1 ,I- 1 . fe 3 I l it 2 567 O A4 H A . ' Y ' 7 77 nking the challenge, honor's students reach gher, getting more out of their education t As students enter high school, they begin to face important deci- ins to create a well rounded schedule. One of the first options is nether or not to enroll in exeellerated classes. Honors, Advanced acement, and Gifted-and-Talanted programs are three of these such rses. While these classes have many rewarding advantages, they do e their setbacks. Excellerated classes encourage higher levels of thinking and ter bounds of creativity. Most students agree that these classes vide a greater challenge for the advanced student. The motivation do well usually increases among students in the Honors program, ich aids in faster paced learning. Another highlight is that an vanced class strives to prepare the student for college. On the other hand, in an exeellerated class there is a greater amount work that thatof a Regular class. More projects are assigned that uire outof class work. Similiarly more homeworkis given andtests ofa higher degree of difficulty. Although students in honors classes eive three extra points on their tinal average and Advanced Place- nt and TAG classes receive six many feel that this does not pensate for the extra work load. Many times students in exeeller- classes have less time for extra-curricular activities and feel more ssure to do well. This being the reason many students decide to take her regular classes or electives. While Advanced Placement Honors and TAG classes have their ce they are not designed for every student. To many the social ct of school is more importantthan the academic. Therefore each must choose which path he will take in high school. 'I' NWN, .f 4' f ' 'Z-ggfZ'4V,, 5' - g a wai -iw" M-25? 1 4 ,' ,g :-fffafrf , , v . ,- "How much you get out of honor's class depends on the teacher." Kellie Heller, senlor 'TAG ls a challenge butlt ls a fun class because we are very open .gp wlth each other.'f Julie Heinzer, junior' ,dag 16 l would get bored ln a regulars class. Honor s teach us more of t a varlety of thlngs and ln greater depth. -Peter Schroeder fresh- man 'Ithlnk they re Ihonor sclassesl really challenging. They help you to think because regular classes don t always do that. ' Tapash Pallt, freshman 61 O6 P-I Q P-I Johnathan Wlmberly works over- tlme on completing his research paper. Randall Painter Jin Park , ' Robert Parker LL ' ' , ' ' Jason Patomson '3' 13, A , , 5, Larae Peninger ' I, M1 , 5 V David Perez K If ., I Eulojio Perez V - 2 'W ,X mp :lil 5 Ty t .Wynn X , -f f f ff 'fc Derek Peters if M Julie Pickard " ' Tara Pityinger ' ' V Scott Plog , ' ,, ' 4 Amy Poe V g 2 f Q' K I Gregory Poirier ' 5 N Rb -' . A V W Jill Poltorak x V X X ' ESX. A Keith Prather -fQ, ' A A ' Sheri Presley A , VW' Dennis Pu Q - ' ' Lisa Puzzuole V 3 W ' 1 Jonathan Quinhy J 'K v, , Rf Janaki Ramanathan :Q N "' Q kb A' V,-,Q A 4 Shalini Ramanathan ' A i W Stephanie Ramirez Monica Ramos I ' Jerry Ratcliff " L' Bobby Reed 4 Chanel Reedus Dee Dee Reiff Nicole Ressa Q' David llezxtlie concentrates on the one answer he not-als to complete his test. Joe Diana is appaled at his recent assign- ment. Andrew Revel Ana Reyes Ashley Reynolds -I Amy Rhoades David Rhodes Amie Riccio Lori Riccio 4 x. , ff . R ,Q ill . la l i vi ,Iaqui Richard A A Daniel Richardson ,. Michael Richie 1 Mary Riddle V . Patrice Robbins ' Gina Roche - Shelly Rocky If l Mr ei 3 z L Ma, ,' 5 8 L I 4 f I x Q29 Y N x L 4 at ,. li, 'Z ' av I 1 , .,.t, -. ,l,,.,,, ,V h 'ia W "- .1 ' ' .V f V 4' , U 71 ax ' 'if fi ' ' 1: '- N ul. i K Xa f, an ' SUN fx 5 y L y Q j A fi , i si!! . 4 Vs, ,g Q if 'il' Q R am W " l 1 Q 6 l 7' in ,, W 4, 1 X A -9 4-'X v1 V' t as i ,, 6' x F K 1 is .fd ,gee , ,,.-, s t :,,, '..-f 3" gil ' S x X 'VW X :S t ffl' YT f"'Y 7 . 4 1 tl f X QW' ti G Krista Roemerman " Alysia Rutherford if Jolene Ryan ig Babak Sabounchi V, - - Daniel Saenz E Q . e Adam Sahyouni 1' at 1 Evil Erin Salomone Jesse Sancha Marcus Sanchez Erin Schlegel Christa Schoolcy Christopher Schouten Kimberly Schultz Kathryn Scott Pouv Sean Michelle Searcy 4 Linda Segura Sok Seng i ., Nikki Sharp X it Sonya Shedd Kurt Shelton Lyle Shelton . , Jason Sheppard Lance Shultz , , Robert Simmons Lcsleigh Sims Stephanie Slon Sara Sklerskl Meredith Slater Jason Smith Kendle Smith Renae Smith ' Richard Smith as 'f John Snow . , Eun So AS' Jill Harwell carries on a unique tradition passed down through J the years. She believes that a necklace can hold an incredible amount of good luck. When the clasp of a necklace falls to the front of your neck it is a sure sign that someone loves or is thinking about you. When this happens," says Jill, "I always kiss the clasp before tuming it one tum to the back." Whether it be truth or a simple myth, Jill continues this tradition in hopes that her dreams will come true. if y l ' Michael Sorrells Lucrecia Soto Christopher Sowa John Spaid Susan Sparkman Cynthia Spivey Amy Spurgeon Christopher Stacy Gregory Stadler Colleen Stafford Melissa Stafford Jason Stafin Sylisha Staggs Sharon Starnes Deborah Steinberg Carl Stevens Chad Stewart Christopher Stewart Keri Stiff Geraldine Stolar Pamela Storey ' Jennifer Strobel Duwayne Sutter Kimberly Sutton Michelle Tabor Timothy Taft Chad Taylor Shane Taylor Karrie Tenlcy Stephanie Thimesch Anu Thomas Scott Thompson Jennifer Thurman Terri T idwell Brandi Tittle Robert Torrence Bryan Townsend Deanna Townsend Long Tran Jamie Treadaway Zack Troxel Richard Tucker Adam Parker waits in line for his daily gormet meal. Tim Kang is excited as he receives an UA" on his essay. ii :, . QA Q J ..,,. al " ' 1. r X. S K Y ' 5.32 ,, W 4 4 ' kr ,QM 'wk 1 I 1 J ii- 15 ' - 5 i Q f ff" 'i . .ah W' ,I -sf , -.0 .,o. x f 5 X .T,. 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M 'R 1: K we .I ' f. 4 . 3 L 6 - f 1 au, -hw V V, ,Ak . .gr v 7 X . Jason Tweedy Trevor Vallejo John VanArsdale Tara Vannest Angela Velleff Rene Villarreal Robin Vincent Quang Voung Bonnie Ward Aaron Warren John Wartes Rachel Wedgewnrth Tricia Weed Steven Weens Roy Weese Martha Weiss Betsy Wetterlin Jason Whaley Zooey Wharton Nicole Whitehead Jason Whitehouse Julie Wiktorski Meredith Williams Stacy Wilmot Bradley Wilson Dalila Wilson Nikkil Wilson J ulic Wlscnbaker Lee Wisener Denise Wood Kelly Wood KimWood Jason Wyrick Sang Yoo Angela Ziweslin ' 01 3' iq J 3- li 553.1 Waa- Wiwgggsg , 53435 ,q' A v , K , Ea 9 Fw L' 'ia' Ja QM ' fi a - if f " ,, 'L f, . Q Q ,Ze few A aww Ng ' J N ",,,fsM?1T .suv .s at ' RE .Vg ag A J W .XQ r L' 'fs ,t rigg- .1 M, .. M ' e A Q ei Q, N av M ws. 1 E fs: R31 fa " . 2 J Q, Y J . L Q fs 9 sf., :es 'f' ei? 5 5 Q5 Niki , 5 C was 1' M 45 1 a 5:3 c " aff' , 'las ' 'nf' My Eva? 'Rfk , " 585 J 15' 5 X fi' ' .Q as 'M ey -Q' I 5 ,,:.-f. Nw r fe he 5 A FH . 3 1 J , Q W Q,?Fgi Pa w 'ff' z ge P' W Rl 2 WM fn., Q 3513, 31 see? 5 'iz iw., is fag, . '15-I f i new hawaavioi if 'YQ' ai. .ag-we em , tw " f W , f lf, Em ' J f-Wee.'i if fi, 53" 'aX.,JE.,.a an w'w"b fish Crossing Taking the big step, the Freshman Class experiences the excitement of crossing over into high school life The Freshman Class successfully started their first year of high school. During the fall, they held a "Generic Dance." This event drew Bottom Row: V. Pres. J. Ackman, Pres. C. Tolvanen, Treas. Nha Truong, L. Martin. Top Row: Mrs. gm ,f Marcia Berkamp, N. Yarbrough, D. Elam, L. Francis interest to the executive committee. In Febru- ary, they tempted everyone's sweet tooth with a bake sale. This event proved a delicious way to raise money. During the Easter Season, stu- dents could fill their baskets with sweets pro- vided by the freshman candy sale. The class of '91 looks ahead to three more great years. Chrisinta Tolvenan takes names of volunteers for a service project. Jamie Ackman shows her creativness as they design a balcony poster. Freshmen proudly exhibit their homecoming bal- cony. 106 , - , ' :- Yr f . 5.1 :Q Y an V? 1 x F5 l Af vb L J f' 9 V at Jil 1. N l f , ,uf A- P Joyes Abraham Jaime Ackman Shannon Adair Lesly Adams ' Morrison Adams Siobhan Adcock Henlei Akmam Jay Alexander Kareem Ali Jennifer Allen , Julie Allen Kathryn Allen Traci Allen Shafiq Allibhai Claudia Alvarado Genell Antoine Carmen Anzalota Elizabeth Aramayo Marcos Arandia Shannon Archer Paul Armradit' Matthew Arnold Mary Avrett Elizabeth Balley John Baker Kerrie Bannister Matthew Barner YvetteBarrera r Katherine Barrick J enitta Baumann Jason Bautista Stacy Beck Vern Benke Kimberly Berger Laurie Birchall Tracie Bishop Kevin Blanco Keri Bloomer Katherine Bolig Susan Bouse Candace Bowles Gabriel Boyle Sara Bradford Michael Bragg Chad Brasil Ted'Breckenl'eld Jeremy Brenner Amy Brewington Sarita Briggs Jonathon Wimberley puts final touches on his art project. C r -9 11 ,Q 'W '13 1 Y ' , ilk ' xl fl KY's A' X my I V ' ' A , , L, C t W U 1,6 If AAX'i?i'5'3'a ' if ff' if Holly Duke takes off her goggles for awhile so that the lines will disapear. Amy Brewmgton laughs at a scene where Peter Pan takes flight. Susan Iludilovsky Renee Burch Jason Burgess John Burrow Craig Burzynski Rochelle Bynum Jason Byrd Kevin Callow Kenneth Cameron Joseph Campbell Danny Cano Lisa Canon Rebecca Caples Marc Cardarella Kevin Carnes Daniel Carr Dwain Carter Pablo Castillo Jose Castro Shawn Cavanaugh Brian Chadderdon Gene Chadwick Ling Chan Chris Chandler Monte Chaney Pu Chia Chao Dhangi Chapman Brandon Childs Eun Cho Sang Choe Justin Christopher Charles Christian Marialily Chua Linh Chung Angela Clark Lan'y Clark Nicole Clippard John Cochran Lee Cochran Stephanie Cochran Mysti Coco , , 'gpg ML. 'X J Q 'K fha , X - e A A Aww, x 4 C-. 1 A - ix iz' K - ' l af' -2 .1153 .'.'f ,t.e . . 33 . 'F T' 0- f' A l. , I ' ' ,F y 3 T M it ,y , g if if ,Q xl if 3 ,551 ,ii lr ' vi' r K 4 Q K 'f f V A1 1 fr, , -- V 'g,.- 5 My . . , ..- ,N ,gy Ii Lv ' 1 ' . 1 Q 1 D , Qi L YW' i y ' W' Vrrv f ' H -- ' x.. .9 ' vp A I 1 1 i., I Q ,G "" ve? V . i A in U H 3 . Y ,N Q .V ' lx '27 Q 'Q Q 9 L .", 4 ',., f' 'B '- , fe-TQ-1 ...,, 1 . ",- nf: f ' I A M 5. .f W i Q at e 1 J, U ,a ,, 1 ,f 'i L f' Z , . - ,Q W ' fi . W . V C uimcmmmm 5, ge .9 - , V rv gn. N. ,,9v+- 1 -V if if i ' A If I .3 in 5 1 I Qeg X - ' A -1 Tihiiex Ni ' it . sy .27 .Ly It vs -J 4,5 J v,9........... w-af, ' -X- KA'l'IEeDUNKLEIE, freshman, has kept ailueky quarter with her since she was three years old. When she was young, her mother have her a quarter with the bicehtennial drum- mer on the back and told her the story. The quarter has been ai cher- ished keepsake ever since. . 1 . ir He' ' 35 Q. -Q .K Q w 1 ., M 1' S' are r f , NI e 3 i f X A f H 1, 'Yi' G Y Q. F Russell Coe Brian Cohn Erica Collins Keena Collins Michael Conner Justin Cook Michael Cook Piper Cook Michelle Cool Pamelyn Corcoran Dorothy Corn 1 Jacqueline Courson Cayce Covey Shannon Craft Shawn Crawford Darren Critchfield Tammy Crowder Thomas Crump Clint Dabelgott Jacob Dale Nathaniel Dale Jason Dalton Tai Dang Jennifer Darst Kelley Davis Lauren De Blasl William Decroix Alan Dcnbrook Chess Dennis John Dibenedetto Fred Dickinson , Casey Dillard i Benjamin Dismore Stacie Doherty Andrew Donlon , , Todd Donovan J Antony Dorazy A Jason Doss Brian Doty Corey Dowlin Amy Drake Christy Drlver Kimberly Ducy A s iMeagan Duhon Holly Duke Kathleen Dunklce Ditrick Dunn -Latanya Dunn Joanne Dunning ke-vQ.IQa"T F. 4 'kvgwru .dx s" gs ' s Q r 'M v iw M ' we rx ' ef L41 .-,, 'i . 'E Y. X ' i' my I if wg -Q :'em5 ' Qi, 'P' 'i ' k 'rs P . 12' A 'X ,Fax in 'Vi 5' YY3 iw 'er' at-2: Kas?- . 91 I si' , 'N' Q Q J gf? 'ig ,i 4 1 'iii' M W is A 4 I v , Q . 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" ' 'Ea 11" -ff g if :L A s c G uf J' lgffiiig 233367 A V 1 ' , A-A' x A lmfa 'r L , 1 ',, "' . . - gf- A I ir.. m I """ .913 " "V ' -2-1 ' ":- 5'-42?C'af.9f. 1 A rj I Mi' I 1 , ...aria fs-if f 'es 'T' S-Li , X T I V, ,W 1 I l V 4 'J ui, it ' 3 W N I T4 lt- I fo .V 6' A l-,L .f qk., 7 g A X Ziiarhaf . " kt'-1 4 , V . -N ' e Karen Fltzgearld expresses her pride for hewman Smith and the Hag corps. Robert Fulcher Lisa Fuller Melanie Gaberdiel Carrie Gardner Jill Garrett Jason Garrison Julie Garrison JefTrey Gay Carrie George Shyni Ann George Thresiamm George Gregory Gibbs Shelby Glllsple Amy Glatkowski Glnny Go Marta Golonka Anita Gonzales Domingo Gonzales John Gonzales , ,J L Amis Gordon " Heather Gordon A. x We it f I . , . I '-. ,MMM A W 1 ' J E V . eszxleu K 1 5 N-- f-ry lf , X n .LQ J ' ' l 1' " 54.49 ' for -Q -' fe 32 x' ' g s fff . - X be Pi wg 1 'KX f' i' .:.. M s w: J J J, S A eeft P 6.4 J J V, ' 1.1.1 E- 3: e J: ,J ," ' 5' 51. 'Ziff A' -1 ' sl '-el l ef- l 1 - I --- ,' 'p idents put in many overtime hours Jobs, sports, and spirit activities High school students participate in many extra curricular ac ies Service organizations Jobs sptnt clubs and homework are e of the actlviues that students devote their time to out of school experience of these involvements is needed to help a student get ugh school successfully while having fun These functions being pr school or non-school related allow the student a sense of umplishment, self-esteem, and responsibility. At times it may be l to balance all of these activities but as one Junior states It s gh it. All the time I spend at work and after school practices are th iteventually, no matter how busy I get.' Some of this hard work l pay off in college by getting into the school you want. Other 1rds include ume spent when out of school at an experienced Job ill Whatever the case may be more and more students tum to t clubs Jobs and sports to fill up the gaps between school to get umulation needed out of school have a job mainly for the experlence that lt gives me " Mark Roach senior -'viii' ' lngaTroyann takesalotof time but Its worth It Ive learned the meaning of true dedication and what school splrlt ls all about " Lisa Quick, senior Y-ZTH' 'F' 'Cheerleading glves me some- th mg to look forward to each day and gives me a feeling of respon slblhty and leadership " Aleacia Reeder, senior ,vat hv0""'s5 ?. ,I I KW" Track is worth lt The hard work pays off later in oompetl tion Joey Kiss, sophomore , . . . . . ' ' :cl ' . 3 ..-1 Q. 1 . . . , . , . . , A V . . . . . ,, , V S 7 , . - I C' . , " 7,1 ' ' , ' 1 . l . h , . L ' ' , , , " 2 Q " 2' t ,Be ct, ,Ag ff' ' . ,. , , f' 1 .1 Y ' I ' I I' 'W 'I , ' ' Q .fs . Q, , i X W .4 1 - . H k xr' 4, ,ll - ef' if A I . 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O O O 5 05' Z' 6 T6 P-l P-l l-1 ' Shannon Graef Angela Gralfeo Amy Graham Dale Green Travis Green Katrina Grider Tara Griffin James Griffin Michael Griffith Jennifer Grimes Amy Grizzafii Hollie Gwiinam ' Michael Hale Christiana Hall Lance Hall is 'li' Patrick Hammack David Hammond - Kevin Hancock Lori Haney Christi Hanna Alicia Hanson Jason Hardwidge Wendy Harmon Christiana Harrell Tramonica Hatton Daniel Haugh Mlchclle Hayes Jacqulyn Hearrell Christlanna Hcimer Colin Helsley Rcegan Hemingway Jennifer Henegar Donavon Hernandez Alissa Herr Jennifer Herrick Chad Hicks Melissa Hilker A James Hilton Christopher Hindman Jason Hirsch Miky lung Ho Christopher Hodge Melissa Hodge Kimberly Hodson .. , E, , Jennifer Hoff William Holland ' l l Amy Holmes Brian Holmes Christopher Hood :ai K if A Z . v 32 VYSN x S- I i Q 4 2 'Wfiiiia .gi L f , 57 if , Q X. ev ' 1 x tl l I 1 5 ?', if- ft -i-. Y 4 .',ff' ff: 1 if 42, xg X a 4 '1- ' 4 X l wi ,tvs 4 . . , J"' '71 i of' , ff- ,W 1 , : 1 ,Q : C V W e 7 X J' ' pyly f 5 r A? ,A .K Q F' I 'J b I if-ix.. v'i' ' ,l-- ' fx , . NT i TY og :QU -. "Y l? yay "' a W L rt ml? N , " :X ,' , f ' ' f , e "PM PASSING ALL my classes so far, knock on wood," states Natalie McLemore. Used after speaking of good Q gigs, -13. T. My L fortune, making a prediction, or boasting, C the phrase "knock on wood" began in the days when trees were considered to be the , v homes of good spirits or gods. People ask these gods for favors. If the wishes were granted, the g0d's tree was knocked on as a sign of acknowledegment and gratitude. if Q 9 33 hx 5 'Y L, if J '1i.,,r'- 3 , '." . Q. me :ja fyixil F33 4, l QT, 4, . ,Q I' WW no W,A F .W f Ll ll .. 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I ,y, James Jones James Jones Kristal Jones Stephanie Jones Chrlsty Jordan Kerl Jvreld ' Mlml Kang Paula Kavanaugh Marcelle Keating Monica Kefller Chrlstlna Kelley Melissa Kelly Emlly Kerrigan 1 Bronwyn Key Karen Klpllnger Angela Klrby Ludmlla Kislelewski Robert Knlght Brian Koetter Melanie Krimm Shobhana Krlshnan Sterllng Kropp - 1 Michael Kypuros Jeremy La Chausse Jason Labrum Jessica Lai Sorey Lam Terry Lam .fra-4 5. J . f-il ,,,,,4'p6?:!J .Bei I My-1s!"Q 5fL'aRL Twig 'iw' 168' rpg? L . am gf ff?-5 -s f J' fit . , ,gg : 'w"eu,3:Mg4l, ,5"'l"m.4 ss evra 1. it , 'W li e -0 ff' Q' f hx -. 11 r T' ,xr 5 4 A , 4 Y 5' Y :ur I ' V t R 1 I. , 1 " " A KY. .D is J.?,.h ',, MM' .-- I 2 ,i oggtjl r ., ,A w ", 5 5 bl sv". fegbf-t t 'Nw 4 1' V V'-1 , , J' 1 ' LL N l, '4 x , ' . 4 of IA r ' ' 1 fi ?J Ll, '14 .px I 5- w'.+:ff4 s ss w ff!! '4 1 xl, 1-fi 1-we ister-nf-'QW U-'."vi- .1 , v' 4, B-A. C ,a,,4J'N .5-O f. -'w-." .5B'3"'.f rv Y U in u Q' ll,- Chris McConnell reads a book on graphs during his free time. Christy Kelly refers to her handy map for directions to the cafeteria. Kimberly Lamb Christopher Landrum Stacy Laney Kevin Lang Jefferson Langley Lisa Langner Michelle Lantzy Austin Larner Brandi Larsen Kari Larson Jason Lavello John Lea Kenneth Leonard Heath Lewis Kristy Lewis Matthew Lewis Martha Liao Marshall Lindsey Robert Ling Cathleen Logan Laurie Loher Theresa Lucke Jamie Luna Michelle Lussier Ben Lynch Donnie Madden John Maddox Jill Manganilla Chad Manning Steve Marley Gina Marshall Lisa Martin Michael Martin Barbara Mascareno Julie Massey Jason Matthews Allyson May Bret May Sharon May Kevin McCain Julie McCaulley Bradley McCleary Christopher McConnell Michael McConnell Letashia McCoy Tracy McDaniel John McDonald Michelle McFarland Amy McGinnis if at 'Q Y g.X4'i1i'5-x-!.q K E 1 uni Q -D L+- -1, it Q ' f.. f -. 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Perry Nnresh Persuud Christopher Peterson .Iuhn Petterson janet Phelan Twanzl Pinkney Dennis Pipher Christopher Plumlee Nedra Plummer Edwin Pollina Karen Pool Heather Poole Dale Popichak Rachel Por John Prather Earnest Pruitt Heather Pulford Brian Putnam Lori Puzzuole Caroline Quick Ardalan Rafizndhe Stephanie Ruger Dharini Ramanathan Jennifer Ramirez Anand Ramlall Richard Ramsay Heather Raper Jason Reasonover Derick Reeder Qiana Reedus Stephanie Reese V Rosie Reich William Reilly Christina Reyes by ap if an p . in -X VY X 'tif i ,f t me ,f .1 V, L 6,331 X- . 'i'q, ' J A - fl' it P R fn A ' 4. ' v P N 4 51,35 ...- V X ff ' If ' ' . .if gn if V . 'X3.i?fl'.! " 'l . ' .W 1 A- L "fa 4 V " X taxi s , -e 5 1 .UI , W 5 5 kg 1 , , G1 5 ' - 1, l 1' 'N eg, p F r T 4 X ev vghff, ' V . x,A' X C , f Q - i ' ' 4, CL 'Q fs kff in t .1 W -'W - H if ' U! V- Uris ' 49 mt.rf1fw frm it ' 'xv x., - ig if X..-I S2l:x Z -9 ,.1.Cl., 1 3 pt' KL , my za. ,, L Q 1.-A h,?,,,L5:.. iz '7 'ft 5. 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'QT -Q, A RW . tt. ww th? tsl ii if 1 3? g temp Q2 :se ow 4 EJ ? 1, ages John Wesselm ann shows Matt Johnson how to 'Q 2 correctly set up a lab in physical science. , is xg ir Q 3 , I 2 ta 2 Rebecca Schreck Peter Schroeder Traci Schulz Deborah Schusterman Shane Scruggs Eran Sedaghati Kristen Scwak Julia Shaffer Nikki Shedd Megan Shotts Shelley Shuffield Amanda Sides Christopher Siler Ronald Simmons Mark Simpson Andrew Smith Nak Son Dean Smith Erica Soper Leslie Spalding Jeffry Spanos Christopher Speck Amy Speer Tangela Spencer Malron Spradley April St. Clair Nicole St. George Michael Stankoski Yevette Bararra grimaces at her assignment. ,X 3 I ,, , . e 'V V as e ff I N i e 4l ' - 7 ' ,, , fi' C X - is F' ' Y W . , . ,, ., C ' ,X .5 ,f L U K VV sf- i- : Q E45 3 ' ltip Q if' 7 . x, - 135- A xxx wg: -Lb fe 'f-V N cf "V ,, 's 14 t 1 ii '71 j - N i I 4 ' .- . . a - H ' " ' -as Q2 Q- S V I . an I .I-. 4 in try W V pig Q 1 a , k , , , if , ' 4 525. -S ,. f , is V - Q 'wi'--jf N33 i ' 1, ,Qi K ew '-ff e e q 'lj N y x dl 'RJ '- V' ' rs X 5 .,.., ,, ,,.. 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I ,Q 9 1 "' av 'Q' 6 .f ff Ea X .Q ,leramy Staton Christopher Steele Chad Steinhoff D'Ann Stevenson Paula Stewart Alexander Stone Leslie Stoner Tray Stoutmeyer David Sullivan Michael Sultan Lisa Summers Karen Sunseri Douglas Swaim Tammie Tatum Brett Taylor Chad Tepe Robert Terkuile Anthony Testa Thomas Thiele Denise Thomas Craig Thompson Dexter Thompson Jenny Thou David Tipton Olga Tkachuk Robert Toller Anna Tomassini Carlos Torres Quynh Anh Tran Taenaya Trent Emily Trible Nha Truong Jo Tu Brandon Tucker Frank Tudor , , 4: fo 3 , D an as TW-:A 'wt I 9 ' iw vt iltta fe im ' E ff ,s V x . ., A. an .1 Q H xt V Rigs. -fi, f it 4 1192, Q affi.3F'Q,f . W1 of Katherine Tudor Jeffrey Turner . Jennifer Underwood Crystal Vanderhoogt Christina Vannoy J essy Varghese Tony Velasco Kathryn Vcrgos Marc Vidanurri Todd Virnelson Monica Vlzcnrra Sarah Vizcnrra Quoc Vo Christine Voclpel x We 3 ., 3 ' -: QACJ 1' A 'v If 1 qi ' My V s Sig 1 if " x ,Kim x f Y , K Brandon Tucker doodles during class. Dwayne Wade Deametrls Walker Jason Walling Demarquis Walls Lashonda Walpool Jennifer Ward Jason Warner Ashley Warren Deanna Warren Randy Watkins Lesha Watts Tricia Wegren Laura Weis Jeffrey Welch John Wesselmann I Tammy Whlte Tim White ' Surman -Whittington J Patrick Wicker Mandi Wlgglns Ann Marie Willer rg' CU C CF 71T':4S,Nd I t t A ,myv X if 1 'Q --s .0- . , qt ' 7 ' K , W 'ii' K Qi! is 1 - , , 3 ' X T 5 if "ff s' a - . .C T P . H iff' iigzwkll sf f . ' Q ' ' ' ky. ' .. A ' A if N Q .,- N A X 'Y :V I A ' A mai A ' Xa, F in Q ' ?tg,' tg-ff in f K Mai I .l fpr- Qi V, V,-:r ta, n r. Christopher Williams 4 iw.. ' Deanna Williams 63, 5 aw :A Q11 -T' V T Stephen Williams V ' 3 ' Af Carrie Willingham gf ' -, V9 K xii S f Jonathon Wilson N Neel - K x I , - Jonathan Wimberlcy X i ff' A 9 I f Donald Winover Y A., , Kew S- 7 my ' 1 Av as V' H, A v le, Y , .Q If it Amy Wise V Amy Workman Kerry Woulfe '- James Wright Jenny Wye J on Yarbrough Nathaniel Yarbrough Danny York Brian Young J ulle Zaval Candyce Zim John Foster Sharon Francis Chris Siler tries to find the right phrase for his research paper on George Washington. Leslie Francis expresses her joy at the football game. Back I TL Scfioof Faculty returns to the high school halls again, but this time with experience under their belt lM ,. .qw ' ' . 2 .sz ea , 5 . ,.fLiv,,, 0 4 .z. ' x' Officer Geiger happily completes a day's work without any problems. Mrs. Pino once again begins the tiresome task of averaging slx weeks grades. Board of Trustees-Bottom Row: Sec. M. Blalack, Pres. D. Shellield, V. Pres. S. Smllh, Asslst. Sec. M. Hebert-Cochran, Top Row: J. Crutchfeild, Dr. C. BoyG', J. Sandifer. r 1 l- 5 I l Lynn Allen, Business Carol Barron, Counselor Gay Bearden, American History Marcia Bergkamp, PhysicslPhisical Science Cynthia Beverly, World Geography Jean Biering, Algebra Cletus Brewer, Math Peggy Brown, English 22' .5 z'1YfI."' a li 3 .Hi . '. f Muni. , li, s . ,.. ., ,Y ., l a ,ii .E i2+e3fflfz"ll1?5ieie5l A A ,X Qs: Q5 f im, . Y:-7X ., je- 1 .x A XL fi 3 S' ,l L nl't i fc is it w f 'ers .5 . .TT if ' gil 'H Q i W 1 119 '4 if ' a X -.f 'TW ' x .P any Q 5' n h ,. 'vga , ni 6 W ,K ' 'wg ', ,V iii 1 at Q . Xgfn lu x A I 'fe' 4. .eh - ,aa ffh 4' 1 I 1 'K A v1 ff sk my ' as x V, ' lx 'X T H 't K 5 5. 1 5 'i m Lynlee Brownlee, English Sylvia Butler, History James Cagle, Math Marlene Carruthers, Attendance Clerk Charles Carter, P.E.lCoach Victor Chacchia, Tennis Linda Chalkley, English Betsy Coltharp, Journalism Carol Collingsworth, English Kathy Davis, History!Government Esther Dean, Math Mary Dedmon, English Walter Dewar, AlgebralGeometry Ron Dicke, HealthlP.E. Ken Dockray, Orchestra Mary Doyle, EnglishlReading Madean Dubus, Business Larry Durbin, Science Vicki Dwyer, Librarian Barbara Edwards, HistorylCoach swcring schedule change requests A Mrs. Hergenroether takes a break from an- , if Q Ji , as 7 ,. X 24251 " f ,N ef 4 ' . ,Z wg ' 4 ,J i if .ing A ima WW .J . We a ,M , , 5 i f A ' if .SQ 5 , , ea ,ft mf . W' A I , .., L , , N, ' .' AP' if V? , A 'Adi 3 1 1 rg, N' ' J ' ,tiff if . 2 Q gm , as 3 I ' eww. '31 Ma r , ffl , is . N Q:-as ,, .. 5, ex 4 95 'N'f"rv,,,5 1 1 Q! ,Wag sk., R V 1, ., M 1 1 ,f y, sae ff Q 53, ' we 'Y as xl, is 2-1 ai? 4 ,af- ff w .midget 4 . Ai!-li I 1- , , H g! Q- A Xi Sl z A 7 7k b . : X it X z 'S 7 , -. I Vw Qu' fmfa , 1 unify, 1 ,,-X! 'S , YH? get 7 ,e,.- 35 1 W sl A. 0 1 3? Dr. Taylor explains the new grading policy to . a concerned parent. Mary Funk, Homemaking Pat Garrett, Attendance Clerk Karen Gibson, Homemaking Robert Giesey, P.E.!Coach e o Tia Guest, Attendance Clerk 3 Judy Haag, French ' Sandra I-laltom, EconomieslSocioIogy DavidVHardy,French K Louisa Harrington, BAC Jeanette Haws, Math Susan Hefner, Psychology L' Robert Hembree, Biology ,n... ,I. bf ge' 4 Q' A4318 W- 'I 55 QV 'Y' 114.1 Q F? .,4 ', 1 rB""b 9' Q Jw. - yi' ,lv-. f wwf? gf-JR, 2 Us QQ! iofi in y"'6.j"'tr owl, 4,35 if ,yy 5 'R he :'?""f I 'M 3, fans .flu J'l 'WR 4 'W,n JN ,V o. 1 K '- l x O4 ' wt lr,,J, 4 K 1 nbxrx D R uf ' .,,' X A far' P if ' wi 1 6 if i Q 1 F f V - 1 T. I' 9 A . , . 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JW: Phvij. j' 'I llke to get to know peopl have the advantage of having students year after year so I get to know them The thlng I do best is talking to them " Mrs Webb Latin teacher I enjoy what I do after three as much or more than teaching Outsrde the classroom you get to know them as a person In a class they are just students Mrs Krblcr Calculus teacher I enjoy seeing the students out of class where they are not re strained by desks and books They can be themselves ' Mrs Bergkamp, Physics teacher Teachers pursue a dehcate balance betwee teaching students and developmg frlendsh Teachers are often a forgotten but very lmportant elemen school Wxthout the1rdevot1on dedlcauon support andab1l1ty l school would not be able to funcuon as students now see rt M teachers are at school when the sun nses and do not leave unul the hldes behmd the house tops Students do not always reahze teachers are usually there for them wxth a htlle cooperatlon Teacl are more than wxllmg to help a student understand the day s wor 1n wntmg a college apphcatlon Whlle some teachers feel students really do not want to become frrends wrth them y mayorrty agrees that students get more out of leammg when reallze that the person m the front of the class has human qualmes Teachers hstenmg and grvmg 3dVlCC help wrth problems thatpar or frlends can not always understand Fmally all the sponso school clubs and orgamzauons such as Nauonal Honor SOCICIY E or even coaches for Powder Puff are enthuslasuc teachers Stud and teachers fmd that sharmg actrvmes and mterests 1n the1rl1ve be en Joyable and rewardm g O - -- . - - - - - - - - I I 7 U I ' 5 U I Q . . . , . . , , . , , r Kel . . . ,V 1 X .1 - , -as A . . . l ,D . . , 14 gi 'Vi-Q - beyond in working with PS AT words for the future, or advise a stua I 64 ' 7, ' K Q. I . . V . , , . I . . . , ' 7 9 , . . . . . KG . ' 0 .- it u D 5 H ' 1 Mrs. Haltom gives Jenny Decker a hand in leading the pep rally. nr ,e ,Mx an 5 W pu- ,,....- ff". 1 ff 'N .., z 'fit J' . 1 'Q ..- .A , -.4 Af . .t 1 1 S if J ff hiv .U . 5. 'f,t 'Ve L ,we X al Li of f Q ' get QI 13241.15 A .5 ft' " f .W a Mr. and Mrs. Newman Smith enjoy their din- ner along with Mrs. Watson. Amidst chemicals equations, Mr. Jones tries to explain to his students the true meaning of chemistry. Denita Lewis spends her spare time decorating the halls. Bert Hendrick, World History Victoria Herr, ResourcclEnglish Bam Hess, Switchboard Sandra Hinesly, Marketing Alice Holloway, English Fred Howard, HistorylCoach Mary Howe, P.EJ Health Nancy Jackson, Counselor Joe Bob Johnson, Coach Karl J on es, Chemistry John Jordan, Math George Karlsven, Math I 3 gg . Q. Mfg? 5- F, qc? 52 A .5 ' i ef , 4 was f -my V, my Q, A 'iid wvgsfrfa ,I 5 iid 1 J ,Q Val' ' 3 N W e of z 'P' L ' mt. 4 Hi V 456' W? A? sr gf - A P' SP 2 Q 6? S 2. 5 A Q , 5' ,W 1 V Q nw 'fi 6 L 4 kv H 6455! age, ,ag :I V fa 1 E 'fm , e , ,E 52 as li' 5 ,fm i. I I ,- 2 I wa - 'W' 2 gg , ,ef CY' gg it ta m fs ,. f ie' ia ef 9 D 'A ' s Q do fe ei g tl? . - E Q fdkkegg we' sieve lg msqw. V S3 liege fl ' We n me ,,, Na 5 fm 54. may ZW-4 V 5 J e FJ' Ffa. I 'Zi 2- N' J-. 5 4, fi' is QQ'4..q' .-A Q he .W we Q ,f ff fi .Sv is Q, mWwm,Q P' K. wf W WM ff It 1 it va' at an F' X' 1 '. 1 8 73.-be W1 fW'w"a Bt ,fl by 5, Q15 Dr Blanton shows that he is our number one Gerald Keith, GeographylCoach Jean Kibler, Precalculus!Calculus Jody Klickman, Spanish Robert Koplan, EnglishlSwimming Sheryl Lackey, Counselor Rida Larche,English Laura Laturner, Math Clem Lewis, D.E. Denlla Lewis, HOCE Karen Lewis, Vocational Tim Liberto, Biology!Coach Donna Loewen, English A I 45 1,-'v QP? L x JV .J f,.,m ef L o if Y M Gif 21 i :Q rw ,, ' gr' M .- f , 4 1 Q 'A as x ,r " w x li , 1 y Mrs. Hess begins each day with a smile. y Mr. Azzi explains to a student the necessity of accents in French class. Cathy Lorentz, Math Janet MacFarland, Librarian Mary Mackenzie, Content Mastery Helen Marsee, Principal's Secretary lr 31 ,W W? ,. and , N! E., Q ,115 Q ,S ,, t .egg Q A axis wg, ,gs I he A a Ss W i C 4, Wv ' , . 4 ' . .nl fl. Q 2 Q P , Kathy Martin, Computer Secretary f A l at 4 ' Archie Maulding, Biology W Joyce McClellan, Spanish Q .g , Karen McClendon, English ,A l 1 r"' 9 J 2 " . l 'QL' M A ' I 41, F N David McGuill, Woodworking '13 W '- I ' - ' Fran McMillan, English V ff., JU fi sv gy V ' ' .Ioan Mercurio, Counselor ,i,t ' Aw A V' Anne Michael, Home Economic ,, Q J' -f.: 5. f -" r 9 X x A - 4 tl . we -54 st 122 , . Ll lx W -62? fi far' "1 .1 S Nancy Mohnmmadi ESL Jackie Vlorgan, English Sandra Morris, English N Wir 7' T if-E 1 " , 3 P ' 4 i it , 9 ? .l 4 l I fn Q lv " 1 I -4 4 y is , P' -. Lucy Murray, Special Ed. Aide . ,xx -' 5 -,"" W i , My X I ' i 3 , 5 X r rv? If X X Q Wy? Aw? Amy Nichols tries to find the right excuse to tell Mr. Durbin why she is writing a note. Ms. Biering happily assigns one hundred alge- bra problems to her brilliant students. Sally Murphy, Biology Ellenore Flynn, English Janet Newton, Art!Drill Team Randy Northrop, History lConeh Judy Panneck, Counselor Wanda Patterson, Business Susan Pino, English Joe Pouncy, Social Studies .Ls .e' 5 an '?' M -A is p f Y, ,Q , N X.. N..- efgm ,x xr Y ,. -is , f 4 x , is Q Y f 5 i X33 Y K N, Nga S 1'- r tv rlf-:K l Rl firjsif' .V H T. . ., .. W. Q "T-2' J as ' ' H' .fe .., 'Y 5 AY Q 1 6 r 'l"! Betty Price, Nurse Mark Pritchett, Science Pat Puetz, Science Kim Ribble, Dance Jane Rice, English Linda Rossman, Spanish ,Ian Ruml, Library Aide Leona Russell, Library Aide Sell y Saar, History Roger Schlegal, DMClCoach S Indra Secrest, Social Studies Brenda Sellers, Resourse - 'ea f . X 2 jj 'as if Y X 2 i N 1 1 TER DEWAR, ge- shows his supersti- when he comes to park on the far side lot whether the front or empty." He adds, "whenever I don't, my students get rowdy. Like the other day, they were rolling all over the floor. They didn't do any of their homework, either." A X ee, i l l 9' 1 2 . in sei iw K K ei NFL 33 ii Qi Y. W A1 ix Q. , . 'ti we M, Q 'xc M -f ee 'V .2 kr A ,, iff 3 , ,f E , 5 Q ., W X, A W 4 . 'i '53 Veer ff' t, XY: z, cg A is 1 . ff if ,tr J' S 3 V . ww ' ,te we 2 4? 4 at ,W I ., it its ,tif Q, .5 L '-.55 , W he X 3 K S131 -ffm ,gt wid ti' t 'K' tm A-if Lee Roy Simpson, ICT Sharon Smith, English Susan Smith, Secretary Carol Stacy, Spanish Marilyn Stadler, Math Pat Stafford, Math Ashley Stewart, Math Mike Stewart, History! Coach Stacy Stokes, Bi0logy!C0ach Ruth Stovall, HealthlCoach Nancy Strickland, Spanish Shirley Tarpley, Business "I CARRY A black-eyed pea in my billfoldf' reports Barbara Taylor, English teacher. Twenty years ago, during the first Christmas that she spent with her husband, Mrs. Taylor received a black-eyed pea from her mother-in-law. Every Christmas since then, Mrs. Taylor has received a pea from her husband's mother that she trades with the old one in her billfold. She contin- ues this annual yuletide tradition, believing that good luck will come to her throughout the year. , , . ii , WA Q Onlookers smile as Coach Dickey makes a free throw from half court. Mrs. Stacey laughs at a student's interpreta- tion of a Spanish novel. ,, W 'Zu 5 wa. K yes- b 15, ,.,. 3357 Vw ff i Q Q . ai xg 'L l A I 'J fi. .T 7' W M I ' V - f'--f'-' 3, 4 l L i " J ,za . l gziif a fi. gag if y 2 If I t A- Il i? Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Panneck, Mrs. Biering, and Mrs. Strickland laugh at Mrs. Holloway's gag gift. Barbara Taylor, English Frank Taylor, Assistant Principal J onell Thompson, Math Aaron Timmons, SpeechlDebate Ann Troyer, English Randy Wade, GeographylCoach Bill Wakeham, Science Pamela Walton, ChemistrylPhyslcal Science Margaret Watson, Assistant Principal Colleen Webb, Latin Eloise Willis, P.E. Debra Wint, Home Economics Teri Youngblood, Art . 1 - I -we X,.. ,1:1, ,. i, I , 1 .,,, ..,. i 1 . Q ,. ,f .. 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Vlgl S .U,.:,e5ese,, 1, fi, A Trojan swimmer dives off the block to begin a race Emily Jackson, sophomore, digs an opponcnt's spike tor ,, 5,32 , ,Q L Mg ., Senior Mike Manderfeld over N Levi An. -vw, "W'Yf2""'9lb343!f3b' V . e ' - 1 5' 'iff 12,-a .- 11? ,gm p V -gg 3:1 . . Q - f W "1 A powers his opponent for a vic- X 'X ska- ' ' ff 1 a -' .. y. -A X- . K I ff gegf X 3 gfsfw if',,Inff!i,E - f -1 H -w :,.fxi:-w-- ..,. Senior Trey Budd gets a hit while bringing in a runner. 4 J vwZ'H'?rzrf2g25m"i V J' W .f , . M. , - V .M , 5-in -1 ,..f K, A ,rf Y, he, ,V V fi, CMM, ' , , ,,... ,,, ,,,. , e L,,,,,.. , ,... , i,,,, . , E ,,, M , .,',, H Q, , , In 5- X W f XE, , ,Q - Wg 'J' K' 'Q' f 3' 5 f f X :S 25 X fs wif f if .,, 11.-, Q, ',,' Q e2o'f SPGRTST . ' - , i-,,,, ,,v,.,1 , :f,,,w,Q,.., -, ,,i .,'.,, 2 5 , ,H a K Wg, f U -- . A A f 2: -5 7 - H31 E"'51:5,f'. i:g1WfF' 1, ,- I "" ii. ,' f nw: fx if ..., , ew . 'T as ,,, . 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With the arrival of new head coach Joe Bob Johnson, the Varsity Football Team vastly improved over the past sev- eral seasons. Coach Johnson brings with him a great deal of playoff and cham- pionship experience. In 1981 he led the Lake Highlands Wildcats to the state championship. With this experience, Smith should be heading in the right direction. Coach Johnson is assisted by Gerald Keith, Roger Schlegal, Randy Wade, Charlie Dicke, Brian Egan, and Bob Giesey. The Trojans' two wins came during the most memorable home- coming game against Pearce and against district rival R. L. Tumer. "A play here and a play there could have been the difference in two or three close ball- games," stated Coach Jonhson. This years' team had many improved players including, All-District, Tim Williams and Trey Budd and, Most-Improved Player, James Rakovan. One of the most memorable games of the year was the first district win against J.J. Pearce. Added Coach Johnson, "There is a lot of room for improvement next year, but I thought we competed pretty well with our opponents. Our kids played hard, and we had opportunities to win several ballgamesf' With this much experience, look for Newman Smith to retum to that winning feeling in the future. Doug Spivey trips up a Lake Highland's runner behind the line of scrimmage. Trey Budd makes a Lake Highlands ball carrier pay for his actions. 136 VARSITY FOOTBALL gaining cz Tootftofcf Varsity Football takes a new stand and tackles J .J . Pearce and R.L. Turner in a state-champion producing district 1 1 ,.. Q gem VARSITY FOOTBALL LD Bell Greenville Lakeview Lake Highlands Plano Pearce Richardson Berkner Plano East R.L. Turner THEM 24 24 26 7 42 3 14 13 15 3 Bottom Row: L. Kiefer, F. Holmes, L. Cruz, W. Revoal, P. Gilbert, D. Oursler. Row 2: J. Glosson, C. Lynch, C. Caldwell, T. West, B. Brooks, T. Ridgely, T. Budd, M. Greco, T. Carter. Row 3: B. Brooks, J. Lewis, B. McCabe, T. Mitchell, R. Tay- lor, M. Lindahl, M. Martin, B. McNeil. Row 4: A. Jaroe, S. Gayle, D. Dinda, T. Carter, D. Spivey, C. Smith, C. Armalavage, T. Frank, A. Brashear. Row 5: B. Chapman, A. Harris, S. Hall, B. Nevill, J. Gutshclag, A. Gates, H. Crutsinger, S. Aumend. Row 6: L. Cornwel, T. Williams, M. Waggoner, T. Holland, J. Rakovan, D. Johnson, S. Easterling, J. Hofmann, M. Lestarge. Top Row: M. Benevides, B. Geisey, G. Keith, R. Dicke, B. Egan, J. B. Johnson, R. Northrop, R. Schlegal, R. Wade, C. Carter. Trey Carter sprints down the field during the open- ing kickoff. Andy Jayroe rolls out and sets up for the bomb. VARSITY FOOTBALL 137 MW. . . - T - A . ' ' 'K ' .afffu '- fy' fl" ef.: A '-'- John Jackson finds an opening in the defense I'-n' ai big Todd Frank dashes down the field against Turner. gain. Andy Brashear dives for the loose ball during the Chris Armalavage sets up for that winning field game against Pearce. goal- I38 VARSITY FOOTBALL 2. Q swf Lf . fi ' f-if ,. - f wwe, -fifiw.-ff 3 . ,. W. .sw We -f A , was 1 V 3-i2Qff',yffff ' T "'M Till A ,, ,.T,,,gk,,,V ' k,.ff-.:..- SK , ,1-.,'AIgf--pgz'.,':IT? ' ' . ' -A om' ,, f In-W., x 1 V g waits .s2!5' . M35 3 km X f wears, .tbsp 1-L iaxvgm 1: ,ww ,f ff -W fi 1 1 1 In 'Training Lreparing for tomorrow, top athletic trainers gain skill and echnique through valuable, practical hands-on experience lx 0 Athletic training plays a vital role in all athletic team's programs. Trainers care for athletes' injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to sprained knees and ankles. Stu- dent trainers cover over 25 teams through- out the year under the supervision of the head trainer. The trainers include Greg Gar- ner, Lance Hill, John Laubenthal, Kristi Mc- Glothlin, Jody Buettner, Richard Burrow, Ches Cain, Sylvia Cogbum, Kristin Keesey, Kim Wood, Chris Peterson, Kathy Frank, and Johnny Driver. Head training coach Miguel Benavides has trained in the Corpus Christi I.S.D. and has a B.A. from U.T.A. and a masters from North East Louisiana. Benavides comments on the season, "We had a great year with a lot of improvement taking place. Student trainers are doing a great job working in a coeducational athletic training program." The many special mo- ments of the training season included re- cruiting trips to North Texas State and Northeast Louisiana Universities. Two top trainers Lance Hill and Greg Garner saw athletic training at the college level. The stu- dent trainers are gaining valuable experience that will help them and the teams they care for in the future. 2 Bottom Row: G. Garner, C. Cain, K. Frank, J. Laubenthal, L. Hill. Row 2: C. Peterson, K. Mc- Glothlin, K. Keesey, K. Wood. Row 3: R. Burrow, J. Driver, Coach Benavides. Miguel Benevides shows his training skill with pride. Greg Garner tapes up a fellow athlete after practice. TRAINERS 139 This year's JV!Freshman football teams came together for a great sea- son. The JV squad experienced a great deal ofimprovement from start to finish. The team ended with 5 wins and 5 losses in what is known as one ofthe toughest football districts. The JV team was coached by Randy Nor- throp and assisted by Brian Egan and Ron Dicke. Coach Northrop com- mented on the season, "I believe we really came together as a team during the Lake Highlands game. This was a most enjoyable group of young men to work with, and they showed prom- ise of better things to come." Great progress was also seen in the Freshman team. Being coached by Mike Stewart, head coach, and Fred Howard, and Tim Liberto, assistants, the team finished the season with a 3- 7 record. Looking back on their eighth grade year, the three junior high schools, Blalack, Perry, and North Carrollton, were constantly competing with each other. As these players moved into ninth grade, they came together forming a stronger Freshman team. Coach Stewart com- mented, "The team had a slow start, but through their hard work and de- termination, they improved greatly. By the middle of the season, they had become l00 percent better in com- parison to their first game." Both the JV and Freshman players look for- ward to next year and another great season. John Ford lunges to intercept a pass. ahng the Kun Improving 100 percent, J.V. and Freshman Football teams take the ball and run with it in one ofthe toughest districts , . , , - -J. . r ' ,. Bottom Row: P. Gilbert, J. Bastone, C. Carey, 3 " , ,V V ,M , I ', ,xg H. Aeosta, T. Brock. Row 2: R. Redden, A. ' , 'r 3 , ' 1' f- f-.1 A I ' V 'A ,- Sahyouni, B. Besier, .l. Ford, J. Coekrill, E. - . F W M . V' . A' 4" 1, I... ' "Y Kersting, A. Roerbuea, A. Smith. Row 3: S. ,hi ' - . ' " ' 3 ' '- I A " " F va - ' Rhea, T. Bagwell, J. Wartes, D. Nollette, T. A il. ' ' ' ' ,, ' , gif , ' w f - X A, Fann, M. Matey, R. Wallpoll. Top Row: M. px ' I , Q, A '1 M , ' '. - 5 Gwynn, K. Thomas, Z. Adams, C. Bachta, M. if ,J ' ' 'S ' A Q Q. , I "M, 4 fa wg 5 m, , - . Ma, iiarrison, N. Cum, L. Maliem,J.T0bied0. 'iq 'Q' 'K fi... f -12. - 4, . , -Q i 1 ' f. ' ' ' 5' A 4 'r'-it '- W .5 ig . .. . AQ v . ta. M kk X ,ph V Lvw Q V f I xt .H ' Rfb V -may v 7. .. " ?J ,y .tk ' Q A 1,3 1 I I ,' ii., S. h f f .- . 4 ' V az . i i - - V, 1. g lf- I I .. , Q -, 2. A Q ' gg g, gt. ,. M. it y 11. Q vi 1 U Q Tb in ,K R, 5 s fir . T i.. ' i .5 1 .F f H 5 ' "" - w V ' - I A 'H " 'MW ' - , ,7 r 'ff ' 4 --.ea . t ef- .aft -f vm 4 I I X . .. ...L ,V .y K W T- , , 140 JV FOOTBALL ,Megane-. - Billy Riley takes off on a down field sprint. Mike Stankowski prepares to kick an extra point. '-.i."'-Wifi. ' Lf' ' S74 n , g 955537 5:4 wiv. ,Ti-1 4 L... i SEK'-e 1 u ' L X mmf JA. 1" vu. .U ,L V. we . ' :,..3K,n4, ka,, .,i.g2,. ,,,, W 12, sig-.pw . 'r -W ez-.Q f ,.: ' I "?Q. " .4 'W 9. ,, , Q ,. . J if: V 2 fwg, 5' fi wffiibgw. Will . 1 in 1 M4 , , , 1- ., J " We 5 i Wfe' 9,35 .458 .T V". fo f' f W ,QM -VX, - G A V ' f ,A ,, am- fi . , H fel.. .xgj :Z -L fq 5 .Luf frame, .Q fx- ., H , " '. 'LQ W., SQWT, ei 4 1 ' .QI ,-I :yr . . '?f'fl'i:. I xl 'A I if , W -F T ' ff . . , .J . .' Q '34 Is?i?'w -r in W Bottom Row: J. Christopher, J. Campbell, G. Fer- ario, S. Cox, S. Oekrug, J. Son, D. Dunn, J Saunders. Row 2: J. Reyes, B. Jones, M. Stankow- ski, G. Flores, S. Hoyes, D. Popichack, D. Turner Row 3: B. Taylor, J. Baker, J. Jenson, H. Lewis, J Luna, D. Cano, S. Meyers, P. Armiadit. Row 4: J Garrison, B. Ellsworth, R. Hooks, J. Prather, D Cmtchlield, J. Walling, C. Moses. Row 5: A. Don- ovan, L. Burrow, B. Easterling, B. Reilly, H. Bes- sire, R. Coe, B. Cohn, D. Hammond. Top Row: M Stewart, T. Liberto, F. Howard. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 141 . ' ?,,..,,.' Nh f 3 rw' ' 1 Q. . Q' tlSji'f?'i .. .N gt. ,.., is 142 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Qoaftktting Varsity Volleyball gains pride and respect from area teams through tournament play and competition in district 12-S11 The Varsity Volleyball team won seven of their last eight district games to finish third place in district and one game away from advancing to bi-district playoffs. Under the direction of second-year Coach Terri Johnson, the squad improved their district finish from last place in 1986 to third place in 1987. Before the team began pre-season games in August, the team made finishing third in dis- trict their goal. This goal seemed out of reach at the time considering the team's finish the previous year. The team's tremendous im- provement was the result of months of practice and dedication. The team began practicing in early August and began pre-season games before the begin- ning of the school year. The team's efforts were definitely rewarded with their third place finish in an extremely competitive district. Coach Johnson commented, "This team com- peted well with several ofthe best teams in the state. The program gained the respectability it needed by finishing third in district." The team finished with a district record of 9 and 5 losses. Two of the victories were at defending district champions R. L. Tt Senior Sharyn Noska was named to the District First Team, and senior Nancy J ac was named All-District Honorable Mei Although all team members improved tre dously, sophomore Tina Herring was cl most improved. "The Varsity squad wi tum an outstanding group of athletes wht challenge for the district championship year, " added Coach Johnson. I Sophomore Tlna Herring powerfully serves a pci RCB. Scnlor Sonya Allen hits over the Turner block point. Bottom Row: S. Allen, Capt. N. Jackson, S. Row 2: C. Codina, K. Abramski, C. M Jackson, Coach Johnson, M. Maxwell, T. Herr Smith, L. Peninger. 7... 492 THEM Haltom Hnghland Park Nlmlfl Pearce Plano Richardson Lake Hnghlands Berkner Plano Plano East Pearce RL Tnrner V or Richardson Lake Highlands P P P P Berkner 2 2 0 2 R.L. Turner f V 1 2 P - Plano East 1 m VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 2 US ' 2 , P ,P , m 0 2 1 ' ' 2 0 V ,V . . 2 2 1 0 V V , 2 0 ' 2 2 2 2 V ' 0 0 2 0 V 2 2 1 2 1 2 . . 1 2 0 2 0 L. Smlth, senlor, tips the ball past the opponent's block. Senior Sharyn Noska records a kill on the way to a victory. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 143 X WN W Hfw 5,j.fx'khs s. Row 2: M. Ho, C. Rooney, C. Mertz, A ,..R.,...G.G..,C.H anna ,H afref ...Ki r, J. Garrison. Row 3: A. Johnson, E. Adams anganilla, L. Walpool, S. Padilla, L. Birchall mer, Q. Remus. Top Row. coach Howe, uf .LV and Freshman volleyball experience a time of learning ion, N. Shedd, J. Allen, T. Spencer, K. Collins Jdriquez, C. Voelpel. Ft L' IG 2 . U? 2 , is F g 3 ' g A Kasey Ia Clark, freshman, demonstrates the proper Freshman Glnny Go stands in posltlon to recelve ng form. the opponent's serve. ' and improvement in preparation for upcoming seasons According to head volleyball coach Terri Johnson, the J .V. and Freshman squads con- sisted of "a good group of athletes who will make great contributions to the volleyball program in the next two years." The J.V. squad coached by Barbara Edwards and the Freshman squad coached by Kathy Howe proved to be competitive with teams in their districts. The J .V. team had an overall season record of 13 wins and 10losses. The Freshman squad finished their season with a record of 2 wins and 6 losses and a consolation victory in the pre-season tournament. Both teams im- proved throughout the year. "Overall, the girls improved, or we would not have had the suc- cess we had," said J .V. Coach Edwards. Freshman Coach Howe commented, "We had talented kids who improved tremen- dously. I feel good about this group's contri- butions to the volleyball program in the fu- ture." Setter Lisa McLeroy proved to be the most valuable player on the J.V. team. W5 FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 145 in 4' X. gi ,f,f ,. .. it f . 'E Y' -"4 . 5 A .15 - l 5 5' ' 'V -- " . ,. i t . - ' 1 f - , 'f' - , .' i itfz'T,Zff: ,Q-tri ,Sf-:ti ,fi lik- WZ- i X i '1'Lf5. . 'V 'i " 'if' 5 . ,ii Z , ' 'I Tl". . 2, ,dj 11,22 'TijWQg :E j 5,35 'Q5t'Yg,gf':.-1. ,52V',gi1,, 'Q.g,,L 1'2" 5.L',ji5i:'f1:?'5l,,- L5 ' 'ij-gm 1 -5 ,' -Z? ji "" ' f - ,. If ,sv : ,,,- . . . K' '-1'77- -y 7 ki' 1' V 5:U'f'i5k'i'Y ' Wil? iw Q' fh 5 V Q if ..., I' Yftiikm. tif.: 'lfavf.iitL1.i.19Z315iSf?": ',if.f-t.',2i-A233355 X' - Leif? I K: ' . Qi,-X-J V 4. iw 5 .,, f e l , SQ?-,3,, - , H V. , -. ,, g -- I A if ff A ig it :Jinx U25 , - ' ll ,.,, tt x ss .317 -at ,, .f i Sw, .3 -1' .... gf, ff t YIM K' f ,is ,::. Heh ff d.'?iQaz.w,. , f .fn sag, ,i Q if T .a ..,J. ..,. ..,,, - ,,,- 2161 -le ag ti. 'if 1:- 1 f t-'ii' 7?-.'i,Q 1 .rf , f . ,,,, W.,,. ,,,,.. ' 2' 2. M ' 1-.fir steak f, I , :ffzgf ,,, 5. . A L - ,Q ,,. ,,.:jg, as t, ,z, 1 P' V . -vflblktii 151 . 4' f ,,,. t .,,, .f all , ai Ht? ,tl me WT V f W. matte ' Q: ,ggggsm 2 W N -Qffwis iffiweiwnif - .,.f, - A -., f.,,, - - ..,,-.,,..f- P ee 4 ,- H t 1 , 2 , o :nl 4 Q . I I v v Yr' ' Do the rewards o participating in sports make enduring all the pain worthwhile? The ground shakes. Crunch... Slap... Groan... Scream... Thud... !Q,D4fS...!Q4fS'Zz8z. Author of Blood and Guts Violence in Sports, Don Atyeo explains that any boy who plays high school or college football has a 95 percent chance of serious injury. Most view basketball as a non-contact sport, or is it? Violent blows are struck during play. The desire to win can sometimes override playing fair. Soccer may not appear to be a dangerous sport but hardly a game goes by without a player falling to the ground in pain. Sports are a wonderful way to get exercise and to satisfy the human competitive instinct, but pain and stress often work their way into the game. Think back to that chilly night at Clark Stadium. The Varsity Football team battles the Plano Wildcats. The Trojans score the first touchdown and anxiety fills the air. The Wildcats come back with touchdown after touchdown, but this does not destroy the new found Trojan spirit Near the beginning of the fourth quarter, with the score 42-7, Mike LeStarge, junior quarterback, releases a pass and is savagely knocked down by an opposing player. The fesult of an injury from this strenuous game is two partially tom ligaments and tom cartilage in Mike's knee. His injury required orthoscopic surgery and weekly therapy. To play again, Mike has to wear a brace on his leg in baseball as well as football. Mike has played football for seven years, and his father has coached a team for ten years. Previously, Mike broke his collar bone and sprained his shoulder. Mike does not consider this a negative aspect of the game. He said shrugging, " I don't think about it really . All I think about is getting back out there." Football is a good sport to get out one's daily frustrat.ions and to have fun at the same time. Senior Mark Greco commented about football, "It's in the bloodg it's inbom." He also said it is an accomplishment one can look back on and feel proud or just have a sense of doing something worthwhile as with any sport. The bouncing of ball and clammer of feet on a hard gymnasium floor create the mood for basketball. Excited fans crammed into a stuffy bleacher finish the scene. Mike Brown, senior, on the Varsity Basketball team, injured himselfin practice. He tore ligaments and tendons in his ankle. Mike had to walk with a crutch for a week and wear a cast for over a month. Mike was back in the game for a couple of weeks only to injure his other anlde in a tournament game. Mike stated there were benefits he gained from basketball regard- less of injuries. "It keeps you in good physical condition," he said, " Being a part of a winning team is exciting, and there are possible scholarship and college opportunities." The air's bitter chill stings fans as the sky darkens and thunder clouds roll in. The R.L. Tumer girls soccer team sits on one side of the field and N.S. girls soccer team sits on the other, both getting psyched up for the rival game. The whistle blows and the girls take their positions on the field. The game begins and tension builds. Possibly this game will continue with out injury.. Two girls collide, it ,-,,. ,,,,,,...,,.. ,X..,1,, ,, .,f, ,, ,, -.,. , . ,, , . , . . . J., , , ,.,,. ,., ...t . ,. .. , .,, and Kathy McLean, junior, falls to the ground in pain. The wi blows once again to signal a player is down. Kathy dislocate knee cap in the final game of the season. She had already injure ankle in off-season and had her leg taped up. At this point, he would heal on its own. It almost did until two days of soccer pr: when Kathy dislocated her knee cap again, requiring orthost surgery Csound familiar?j. Reasons why so many people play sports parallels those of hobbies. When one acts, sings, writes, or competes in anything continue despite success or failure because they enjoy their inte and they simply excel. The positive outcomes of a sport overric possibility of pain, stress, or injury for most athletes. The becomes a part of their lives, bringing them challenge, self-sat tion, exercise and enjoyment. Kathy McLean continues to play, regardless of getting taped before 1 game and practice. 'flf a person doesn't have enough heart to play even when they are in they shouIdn't be playing In the first place."-Kristy Sauer, junior i?.....,., 1 1 , . L -' V 1 K 5 V - W, H ,L 11 llll " ' . g f 1 z ,- 4 I - . ,V ,. , B, I -' -V i ' - ' W I K . , 1 t, me V w,,a'ta,..1,,' f , 3: ,rm 2 ,V . 1-A :v..af,,vg'i ...sz-.iw .- 3R5,':qff ,ff , .. , .- . - - . ' ' H - its 1 t , Milf, , , . 'Y HHH:-A 'f -5 :J C- : 7. 'flk fwil' 1 VFW? 5?ki'Yi'W f' 'WMF mf-'XM' :mi Nm' ' 51 xvjilg' czfswg' 0113" eww mann Az.-'.g:g,' , sag ugw wal "ii -.mfg Nx,u,,, - A f I . 6 X ,, 5 , F-, ,j.,,E LXL1,. ., ,, ,, , Y 494- -sf 'wifes-1-1 sw3i,e,'s,2:Q3gs,,wfH visa' -if ,Q f so - nsss s , K . N K ,A 7 K L f . ,, ,, , ,,,, WMM fe n 1 X 5 li? 7' Q' ,if i: :wi e 1 f fzsrqiseiwi A "I don't thlnk about getting hurt. 1 All I think about is getting back out Q , Q there."-Mike Le Starge, junior c,',1!s,lJsseisia f ,,,, f fs i .1,'wf,,, T2 fifwaaw 12' , . K V,,.,4 i - 1- lb oiiwg 'X "Basketball keeps you ln good physical condltlon. Belng a part t ofa wlnnln team ls excltln and , , there are possible scholarship opportunities."-Mlke Brown, t,1t f A, 'H 21 112' - Yi' fwaw A 'sir , , 2 l -M ,IQ A ' V V . X ,,l ' f-. imaiagv , Y fins. r J A ,. A, , ,,,, N, ., ,..,, , , A A W sw ,AM -f'fqft.qHAa:-,zz ,mf-A.--,f.. ,mf f:f,.w:--s,b,,'nga:-ff f ff'm+3,w'h1S':f.av,g,'l2g':?ffi.'if3, ' 4 o' ,,,, s , ,, ,s A ' . ' --"' c eett s f I if f l - , ' awggfnbzf-54,15 .V .. 0122:-LU: , f3,if7'5f77 'kiixiiiillf-f'4L:E3153ix'T" SUE?,Q,f'f'z?,Q,!,,.:!'f:.-Q?-iF3l'i!C,L wa. fi as-V l324if5'T.ffm-555-i1:fffii5?2?f:22?..-i.f2-1545?fa: lbs?E5-?E5i3'f'1".5i2,'5,,f1,y.e3,,j5-EliQ7'L7',5Hiii...oi-gp flif ,,,, 'if,H?5!'Z1a?ZvlfQN!?L - ' 1 ' X ' , P' The Varsity basketball squad had the most successful season in the history of Newman Smith basketball. The team was coached by Jeff Foster, assisted by Ron Hargrove, Bob Giesey , Bob Martino, and managed by Kyle Reeves. The season was full of exciting and memorable games, including winning the Greenville Tournament and beating Lake Highlands at the buzzer,64-62,on January ll, 1988. In the Greenville Toumament, Smith beat Lakeview Centennial 72-74, Texas High 67-50, and Greenville 53-42 to win firstplace. The varsity placed a wonderful l4-3 non- district record while placing thrid in district with a 10-4 record. The team broke many school records including averaging 68.6 points on offense while only allowing an average of 56.8 on defense. The most im- proved and most valuable players include Carey Kelson, Mike Mayberry, David Schmidt, Rhett Francis, and Mark Spradling. Coach Foster said, "We had a great group of young men who gave it all they had. I am proud to have had the opportunity to associate with these guys. The NSHS Trojans had an extremely successful year. We set several school records while finishing in 3rd in dis- trictf' The Trojans will return with two start- ers and four overall for next years team. Riding the Trojan pride, the hustling basket- ball team should be a force to contend with next year and in the years to come. Bottom Row: M. Mayberry, Coach Foster, D. Schmidt, C. Kelson, R. Hargrove. Row 2: J. Selvadoray, K. Reeves, B. Barner, R. Goacher, K. Clay. Top Row: M. Spradling, M. Bulin, B. An- derson, M. Brown, D. Farley, R. Francis. Rhett Francis thraslus for a game-winning rebound. Carey Kelson reaches for the goal to score another two points during a game against Plano. 148 VARSITY BASKETBALL Catch its Ifyou Car Riding the Trojan pride, the hustling Varsity basketball te: conquers Plano East and Lake Highlands in district battle . ! I a s E I s as.- x .. kr' Wi' fin: Qx :H f :L This year's JV!Freshman basketball teams had a year of learning. The JV squad was coached by Ron Hargrove and did show encouraging signs of im- provement. The JV had a record of 7 wins and 20 losses on the season. They had a great game against Berkner in which they won. Coach Hargrove said, "We made good progress throughout the season, and weire looking forward to next season. The JV team has many good prospects for next year's Varsity team including Robert Welsh, Carl Mill- er, Jason Flood, and Monty Kitchen." The Freshman A and B teams had a year of gaining experience. They were coached by Bob Giesey and assisted by Bob Martino. The A team ended with a O-18 record while the B team was 6-4. There were many improved players by the end of the season, including Most- Improved Player Jerry Perez. Bob Giesey comments, "This season was not successful as far as winning and losing. It was enjoyable to work with great young men who gave as much as they could? With the JV and Freshman teams gaining valuable playing experi- ence, they should be looking strong in the future. 2.x Nathan Cooper makes a move on a Plano defender. Lee Wisener leaps high into the air for his shot. Bottom Row: J. Smith, R. Smith, Z. Adams, J. Whitehouse, S. Douthitt, C. Stevens, M. Dagley, N. Cooper. Back Row: Mgr. K. Reeves, L. Wisener, M. Kitchen, R. Welsh, C. Miller, J. Flood, D. Blackwell, T. Denney, Coach Hargrove. 150 J.V. BASKETBALL ffl ouncf 'Ifie Hoop Soaring with improvement, the J.V. and Freshmen Basketb teams strive to lay a solid foundation for a successful future gy- QU: NUI: 44 94 4' Q' H35 Emu., aw, f , 42 a 73 M' 32521, E g . 2 PQ. 265 Y Q 'S The Girls Varsity Basketball squad, coached by Gerald Keit.h, attained the goal they set in pre-season. Cheryl Rouvaldt, sen- ior, explained, "We had a goal of winning fifty percent of our games this season, and we ac- complished that goal." Reaching this goal was an accomplishment for the team considering the team's district record of three wins and eleven losses last year. The squad finished the year with an overall record of fifteen wins and twelve losses. Their district record of seven wins, seven losses earned them a fourth place district finish. "We've come a long way in improving our record over last season. I ex- pect an even better season next year," said Coach Keith. For the first time, the Varsity girls defeated Irving MacArthur in a close home game, 49-47. With an overtime victory in the Lake Dallas Toumament, the team re- ceived a trophy. Junior Kathy Simms was named most-valuable, and she was also cho- sen to the All-District First Team. Junior Alicia Johnson was chosen most-improved and was chosen to the All-District Honorable Mention team. Senior Gena Spradling was named most-dedicated, and senior Kristin Williams was chosen to the All-District Hon- orable Mention team. Senior Gena Spradling preparm to take a shot. 'Io The Hoop Varsity Girls attain their goal of having a winning season vt earning a fourth place finish in district 12-SA competition E it .I i x Alicia Johnson, junior, lets her teammate know that she is open to receive a pass. Juniors Chance Carter and Tami Bloss guard their Turner opponent. N vw' P' ,gi- !.qJ.f,53, 152 VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL as 'und' NC . 4 f- ' QQ' z xiv Q h QQ . ... K il 5 Z v .Emmy ' N944 , ' 5 - V+, ,g, "XA, 'ff Q . .,'l, K THEM MacArthur 47 Northwest 26 Hillcrest 42 W.T. White 57 Roosevelt 67 Nimitz 61 L.D. Bell 74 Rockwall 25 Carter 85 Grand Prairie 26 Marcus 44 Pilot Point 48 Richardson 51 JJ. Pearce 41 Plano East 89 Lake Highlands 42 Plano 71 Berkner S8 R.L. Turner 55 Richardson 38 .I .J . Pearce 38 Plano East 65 Berkner 62 Lake Highlands 33 Plano 63 R.L. Turner 51 Junior Kathy Simms drives to the basket. Kathy Simms, junior, lights her opponent for posses- slon of the ball. Bottom Row: C. Rouvaldt, G. Spradllng, Coach Keith, K. Williams, C. Carter. Row-2: K. Simms, C. Crawford, J. Smith, A. Young. Top Row: C. Craver, T. Bloss, A. Johnson. VARSITY BASKETBALL 153 -f 4 w .- N , fa ' ? ' f 7, f' ' if f . Q , , x 2 , J Aix . W . ,. ' ? S? X 1 55 X af . , ., xy f, A ' av' ' , ff , if , , x , Qt' if V yr Q Q 50 til . I f ap , "hey ,'t 'Hua T he 2- Q at sf - T lo 1 'P . 5 f V I V W 1 ,E al 23' E213 q J Q: D ' li-2 L 'mfr 59: i i f I JL , M , , is I Y 1 The Freshman and J .V. girls basketball squads spent the majority of their seasons developing their fundamental skills. Both Freshman Coach Kathy Howe and J.V. Coach Stacy Stokes emphasized the importance of fundamental skills to their teams. Coach Stokes joins the girls' coaching staff after graduating from Texas A8cM University. "I enjoyed my first year of coaching here. I noticed tremendous improvement in the team throughout the season. They pulled together to play as a team and developed coordination," commented Coach Stokes. Coach Stokes considers the first game against Berkner to be the most memorable of the season because the girls played together as a team for the first time. The Freshman squad also experienced a year of leaming and improvement. Coach Howe said, "These girls have natural athletic ability. They entered the basketball program with strong fundamental skills and improved from start to finish." The team's overtime victory over Shepton and the team's victory over Sherman were especially memorable. On the Freshman squad, Christine Voelpel was most valuable, and Laurie Birchall was most improved. The Freshman A team finished the season with six wins and six losses, and the B team finished with four wins, two losses. The J.V. squad ended the season with five wins and nine losses in district play. Bottom Row: Y. Barrera, S. Padilla, D. Walker. Row 2: A. Glatkowski, L. Birchall, C. Voelpel, L. Dunn, S. Rielley, S. Frawley. Top Row: E. Adams, H. Raper, K. Collins, N. Rodrlquez, Coach Howe, J. Garrison, Q. Reedus, T. Spencer, N. Shedd. Freshman Elise Adams protects the ball from the Turner defense. Christine Voelpel, freshman, shoots for two points. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 155 fjtigqfif to .State Taking eight wrestlers to state, Varsity makes and breaks school records in their struggle toward state placement Never before has the Varsity Wrestling team excelled to such an extent due to a good coach and hard work. The wrestling team ended their season with an outstanding record, 18- 1. They broke many totu'nament and school records in their season of success. Coach Jeff David completed his third year as the wrestling coach. The success of the wrestlers skyrocketed under his coaching to records of 15-2-1, 16-4, and the final 18-1. Coach David said, " I truly believe we'll go undefeated next year. We are not going to take the back seat to anyone." The list of tournaments in which the wres- tling team took first place is impressive. Varsity took first place in the Plano Vines Team Tournament involving sixteen teams. In the Bishop-Lynch toumament, they made a new state record scoring 290.5 points. Lewis- ville came in second trailing by 153.5 points. The R.L. Tumer Christmas toumament and Newman Smith hosted toumament also awarded first place to the wrestlers. The shining team record led them to region- als where individual triumph led to second place. Jimmy Armentrout, junior, Mike Manderfeld, senior, Steve Manderfeld, junior, Andy Brashear, senior, and Alex Gates, sen- ior, all placed first in their weights. With five people in first place at regionals, the wrestling Practice pays off for State Champion Mike Mander- fcld. Steve Manderfeld traps his opponent in a headlock. 156 VARSITY WRESTLING team strutted to state with eight wrestlers. In the state meet, Mike Manderfeld, Most Valu- able Wrestler, became the second wrestler from Newman Smith ever to gain the title of State Champion at 138 lbs. Jimmy Armen- trout placed third atl05 lbs., Shane Roushar placed second at 112 lbs., Steve Manderfeld placed second at 155 lbs., and Andy Brashear placed third at 167 lbs. Alex Gates, Most Improved Wrestler, Marc Frontario, and Mi- chael Coon also had success at the state meet. In the overall standings, the wrestling team placed third in the state. The leadership of Captains: Shane Roushar, Andy Brashear, and Mike Coon, resulted in the wrestlers' nationwide excellence. They received an invitation to participate in a tour- nament involving only 24 teams from throughout the country. Jimmy Armentrout prepares to make the final ning move on his rival Turner opponent. 1 Bottom Row: M.Frontario, J. Armentrout., V.Breck- enridge. Middle Row: A. Gates, M. Coon, A. Brashear, J. Brown. Top Row: S. Roushar, S. Man- derfeld, Coach David, M. Manderfeld. I VARSITY WRESTLING US 7 THEM ' 68 L.D. Bell 6 I 76 A Bryan Adams 0 61 Plano East 10 33 MacArthur 25 40 Highland Park 18 31 MacArthur 33 48 Berkner 18 72 Vernon 6 52 Lincoln 19 P 55 R.L.Turner 16 43 Plano 22 46 7 R.L.Turner 18 I 43 Lewisville zs 60 Trinity Christian 12 60 Plano Vines 11 I l 60 J.J.Pearce 12 Shane Roushar pins his rival in one of his many vic- torious matches. Alex Gates catches his breath as the referee declares him thc victor. VARSITY WRIBTLING 157 O 'Varstty Reserve J. V. Wrestlers dominate over varsity teams, their coach does not consider them a J. V. Composed of only juniors, sophomores, and freshmen, the Varsity Reserve ended their season with the record 4-2-2. All of their opposing teams were varsity teams. Coach Jeff David said, " The Reserve wrestlers are good enough to match varsity wrestlers from other schools, so I scheduled them against the teams l knew they could defeat." The Reserve also surpassed other J.V. teams in toumamenls. They placed first in the Newman Smith Junior Varsity Tournament and the Bishop Lynch Junior Varsity Touma- ment. Leading them to glory were captains Mark Martin, Bill Moulden, and Paul O'Neil. Their third place in the Newman Smith Var- sity Team Tournament gained respect from other varsity teams. Throughout the season, all of the wrestlers enhanced their skills, but Coach David considered Jeremy Staten the Most-Improved Player. Greg Matthews earned the Most-Valuable Player title. Looking toward the future, the Varsity Reserve shows the potential to continue the new winning tradition setby Varsities before them. The wrestling team will continue to improve, and each will outdo the last until they reach their ultimate goal in the State Tournament. Mark Simpson traps his opponent on the mat as he concentrates on pinning him down. , Phil Kim does an impressive move on his opp but H Varslty Reserve winning the match. 1:8 JV WRESTLING l l Bottom Row: D. Dibenedetto, P. O'neill, P. Kim, S. Alve, J. Staton. Row 2: J. Wang, E. Yoo, B. Sim- mons, J. Stolebarger, G. Matthews. Top Row: T. Brock, K. Ali, R. Coe, C. Buchanan, L. Burrows, R. Askew, B. Reilly, R. Higgins, Coach David. Brent Boyle has his opponent by the neck in an effort to trap him on the mat. WNV Ryan Higgins prepares to trick his opponent in a practice match. Bill Moulden throws Chris Buchanan as he shows off his wrestling moves. J .V. WRESTLING 159 Tracie Bishop, Troy Crowell, Jeff Wan-en, and Troy Crowell maintains his lead on his competitor Jerry Vinson discuss the race they just competed in. while concentrating on passing his opponent. hi xr:- tl k R eq an : ,. l if .4 v 1. .D . 5, 4 :ge jf, -sqm," . 4....1 JM tu Q ' " gym ig W ta i 1 Us Free J . pp "' :,, f . Bottom Row: C. Dillard, J. Wimberley, J. Clark- Michaelis, G. Vail. ,Q ' son, S. Schoonmaker. Row 2: J. Vinson, T. Kang, A My T. Smith, S. Quinby, R. Richard. Row 3: L. Perer, Jonathan Cla,-kson keeps up his fast pace. , J. Warren, G. Poirier, A. Lil1le, T. Crowell, D. Haifa, .il-th 19 99" ' .QA- l60 CROSS COUNTRY . R cs... M, s ,sts Fi? 'R Q gifs-A f 539-f ' . , if if f f T K wmfvf .91 T owing tile Mifes nning several miles a day, the Cross Country team's effort, Eipline, and dedication pay off as they complete each mile For the second consecutive year, the Cross Country team placed fifth in dis- trict. Coached by Mike Stewart, the team placed in the top two in several meets. At the South Oak Cliff meet, the Boys Cross Country team finished in first place, and the Girls Cross Country team placed second. At the District meet, Christine Foley finished fourth individually. Throughout the season, Troy Crowell, Scot Schoonmaker, and Jonathan Clarkson improved on the boys team, and Becky Myers and Chris- tine Foley proved to be outstanding members of the girls team. The mem- bers of this year's Cross Country team were young, and they gained needed ex- perience that will prove beneficial in the future. Bottom Row: T. Frank, M. Bell, T. Bishop. Row 2: M. Montz, K. Millen, B. Myers, J. Abraham. Top Row: H. Tkackuk, K. Milam, S. Beck, C. Foley. Team members Becky Myers, Tracie Bishop, Ka- ren Millen, and Christine Foley proudly display the trophies they won in a meet. f if CROSS COUNTRYTL y T MEET fy , PLACE B South'0ak Cliff 1 s Arlington - 4 ' 2 i Duncanville . y S2 iDistrict c 5 CROSS COUNTRY 161 Whether fleeing for Colorado ski slopes, or the local rec center, go at your leisure Participating in sporting events is a favorite pastime of many students. Sports such as weightlifting, bowling, skiing, and rac- quetball rank high in popularity among students although the school does not offer them as organized, competitive sports. The many athletic facilities in the area and the Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department make many of these activities available to students. Some students choose to participate in competitive sports while others choose to participate in recreational sports. Bowling has recently risen in popularity as a form of entertain- ment for students. Both athletes and nonathletes can enjoy bowling. Senior Jeremy Lewis explained why he enjoys bowling, "It's a sport that anyone can play and enjoy. Bowling is not as competitive as school sports, and there's not as much pressure to play well. It?s a sport you play just for fun." An opportunity to receive assistance with weightlifting is now available to students. The weightlifting club sponsored by Coach Roger Schlegel allows both athletes and nonathletes to lift weights after school. "We emphasize participation of both athletes and nonathletes. Students have the opportunity to lift weights on their own or to have coaches help them," commented Coach Schlegel. Many students, both male and female, have taken advantage of this program since it began at the beginning of the school year. Also, many students have taken advantage of the racquetball facilities at local fitness clubs and the community recreation cen- ters. This sport is played by many students for exercise and entertainment, Senior Helena Quinones explained, "It's an individ- ual sport, and it's competitive. Racquetball involves stamina and many skills. Every time I play, I learn a new skill or technique." The appeal of snow skiing draws many students to the slopes of Colorado and New Mexico for Christmas vacation and Spring Break. Snow skiing offers excitement that is unequalled by other sports. "I like skiing because it's individual. You can make skiing as challenging as you want it to be. It fits your mood," said Tina Herring, sophomore. This feeling about skiing is shared by the many students who rush to the slopes whenever possible. Sports outside of school appeal to students for a variety of reasons. The competition attracts some students while the leisure appeals to others. No matter what the reason is for participating in sporting events, students fmd entertainment and enjoyment in playing. Watching and taking part in sporting events seems to be the trend in entertainment, and with the recent emphasis on fitness, the popularity of sports for recreation can only increase. Jeremy Lewis, senior, throws a strlke while bowling at Valwood Lanes. Junior William Branstetter amazes sophomore Scott Brooks with his strength. "Students have the opportunity to lltl weights on their own or to have coaches help them. We emphasize partlclpatlon of both athletes and nonathletesi' -Coach Roger Sch- lcgel 'Racquetball Involves stamln and many skills Every time I play, I learn a new skill or tech mque ' Helena Qulnones, sen or Sophmores Tma Herring and Jlll Harwell enjoy the slopes at Purgatory, Colorado, during Christmas vacation. ,Sfpirit Kickoff ' Varsity Girls Soccer team strives to break all spirit barriers being inspired by new found togetherness and organization Although the Girls Soccer Team did not defeat all of their opponents, they broke the spirit barrier. On game days the girls would bring each other gifts of encouragement and luck. Team mem- bers felt Kristy Sauer showed the most spirit towards the team with her uplift- ing attitude. The determination ofthe athletes lcd to their impressive victory against Grapevine, 5-2. The soccer play- ers had the potential and their team work paid off. The season ended with the record 2- I4-l. However, the season won in spirit and support by parents and the student body. Also individual achievements cre- ated a reason for recognition. Lisa McLeroy scored the most goals with 9. Lisa Smith led in assists with her im- pressive throwins. Tami Bloss had an outstanding season, saving over 200 goals. Playing for the first time, Michelle Coday was considered Most- lmproved Player. ln the coming sea- sons, the Girls Soccer team hopes to kickoff to more than spirit. , 515: ex! W h , 'ii'-Q45".3, . -it .1 . Lisa McLeroy shoves her opposing player in the struggle to possess the hall. 164 VARSITY SOCCER ' , 1?iJp.,, , 'fe'-agar-vw! K, . -.3 ., A, i X ,M . Lisa Smith displays the correct form as she throws the ball in for another assist. THE VARSITY SOCCER 1 Trinity S 1 Keller 2 Grapevine 2 L.D. Bell 1 Highland Park 2 R.L.Turner 1 Trinity 1 Keller 5 Grapevine 1 L.D. Bell 1 R.L.Turner 1 Highland Park Na? if -1-as A ' . J. -. ' tqftwtil . fl '21 :JT Fi Q59 as My Yesenia CSamD Campos boots the ball toward the goal for a direct kick. Angela Velleff side taps the ball as she passes it to a fellow player. ew' W , f PM of NPN Sf A. A 53545, ..,,,2g- ' il ve, - .Q-A Bottom Row: M. Coday, K. Sauer, L. McLeroy, T. Bloss, C. Norton, J. Hodges, C. Schooley. Top Row: K. Hodson, K. Davis, K. Tomenga, Y. Cam- pos, L. Smith, S. Drew, S. Clarrissimeaux, K. , McLean, K. McKee, Coach Penny Franklin. , -in , V a - '55-'g 52: 4 . ffsil G, A. if 1 1, if :Y N Q35 .... R. P at o. -Q .2 - ., y? 1' 'iff L, , "I ,fr ll In X W li K 1 r I4 ln VARSITY SOCCER 165 In The Test Lame Boys Varsity Soccer team sped past their opponents to an undefeated district season and Bi-District championship With the record I8-3-3 and an un- defeated district season, the Varsity Soc- cer team advanced in regional linals. They competed against Arlington for the Bi-District title and South Grand Prairie for the Area title. As Regional semi-finalists, the Varsity was upset in close game against El Paso. Participat- ing in the Carrollton!Farmers Branch Tournament, the Varsity won tirst place in a clean sweep. They placed third in the Duncanville Tournament. The Varsity Soccer players performed great as a team, with outstanding con- tributions from individual players. Scoring the most goals was Chris Armalavage with 16. Bryan Thompson had the most assists with l0. Goalkeep- er Tucker Herring had l25 saves throughout the season, including I5 shutout games tallowing no goalsl. Each year the team votes on the team mem- bers they feel should be honored for their performance throughout the sea- son. Tom Cochran was voted Most Val- uable Player, Chris Armalavage Offen- sive Player of the Year, and Kevin Smith Defensive Player ofthe Year. Looking ahead, eight Varsity players will be returning, four ofthem are start- ers. Coach Brian Egan has hopes for their achievements to be as good, if not better, in the coming years. With the improved student body support, the ath- letes cannot help but have the confi- dence to go that extra mile "in the fast lane." ., 11, 'Q G' f. i 'lf a . 5 , ' - I .' ., f'y, - ie25g21', J"- 5' 0r'1' H "f . V IPF- v ' +I. ' b , gl . ,, w ie, 'V . .rn 'iife 1 l the ' ' -lm W P :PTE 5 ' ig. 1,1 4 th' I !:, 43' - 5 fj . 2- -6.4. . i if.. fl. Tl! - . w ill th e ,s n i A 'MQ . t Kr,-Z gg ,, Z 1 S i..i, , il S P 1- m e . .fi 2. .i"e.'.1- 'ftmy -. ' l . ,gwt 1 fi: E -,pg 35 r f Cf.-Q? .1 .4 ,M ig, ff 'ff i E .fy i ' - ' V K MLK! 'ix 'P' ' fist. 5 . ' -f ' l - ., .,., ... a , . ., ,. f . "at in ,fe r tr' 'I 4 i T uf ,h ix ... .2 .Ci-Q V . Y , in L 1 : i my I N . i x - i x ,,. k1I5..,l r34'.51f.9i':4'?2i-fri iii- . jk f a Qfglfpei .Fgej . ' T ifq f t . f,s3f--,335 tiE1",.f'-H-'i2..,ggts.,.y.-Eesefh. 5.175 Q.g4yi:s.i- 'y"""' .- if K' W -.f'fi?wia1f-' 166 VARSITY SOCCER Bottom Row: T. Herring, R. Stafin. Row 2: P. Van Gurp, S. Weens, B. Jones, C. Lipscomb, T. Cochran, T. West, B. Thompson. Row 3: Coach Egan, K. Smith, D. Tmett, C. Armalavage, A. Codina, D. Terkuile, R. Womack, M. Grimes, D. Dinda, Mgr. M. Ingmm. Not Pictured: F. Garcia, M. Knox. Chris Armalavage, Offensive Player of the Year, collides with an opposing player as he aims to head the ball. VARSITY SOCCER Mesquite Richardson Garland Lewisville. Jesuit Garland S 1 Plano Lake Highlands Trinity i Keller J Grapevine Bell, . , Highland Park Marcus , R.L.Turner S Trinity I Keller T Grapevine j Bell R-L-Tflrnef .l. Highland Park Arlington S. Grand Prairie j El Paso ll. jaw -4 S , M fS??G+'f ge. 'W aa- X W,--in 4 Q -f sg JN-, ' ' . . -I . r , rw' ,W,f R e- .. fariyihf - . HI. - 1 A"w'M 'us' "" 'WWE N N v rx Tv, , A .fi -2 if ' Falcon Garcia gives the penalty kick all he's got. Tim West steps in and steals the ball away with a little shove. rib sz. , '- . N ,, H .., i -W-, , wi A. r . ., f 1, .X H .,-.1 Russell Womack slides into the ball to prevent his opponent from progressing down the field. Brian Thompson keeps a close eye on the ball waiting for his opponent's next move. VARSITY SOCCER 167 BQ Kick The Boy's Junior Varsity Soccer team ends an undefeated district season with pride, fulltillment, and experience The J.V. Soccer team had a remark- able scason. Being district champions promises for an excellent future Varsity team. Their overall record was ll-2-3. Outstanding contributions were made by Marcos Rodriguez with 14 goals. Todd Virnelson had the most assists with 7. Goalkeeper Shane Taylor had 48 saves including ll shutout games. With talented young athletes, the Junior Var- sity Soccer team continues to shine with Trojan pride. They have time to expand their skills and with time are bound to continue the winning tradition ofthe boys soccer team. ff f . .. is il in gamma V -'f z .rg jan W.. , e-f-Wrist? ...auf V- . 9' 1 . Kevin Callow sets the ball up to take an indirect kick. Danny York prepares to outsmart his rival Lion opponent. 168 J.V. SOCCER Bottom Row: Schoonmaker, M. Rodrigui Doty, Q. Vuong, B. Tucker, 'I'. Virnelson. Row Taylor, J. Ramsey, C. Ortega, K. Ali, J. Kii York, J. Wilson, T. Scottino, B. Fish. Top Coach Egan, K. Callow, J. Rollin, B. Green M. Batchelor, J. Smith, R. McLaughlin, J. l tmoved to varsityj, B. Townshend, Mgr. N grum. A A , P, fx,-- V. at y , . .f , A--V qu .f fy , . , 1 I . A : . .. X7 ,f ,- t - 1 h ,. V I I, 1.40 .4 ., L .4 if - 3 W 4 f f , ' - 1 1. -. Q .I ,A t ' y ml 5 , cf X A ' S iid Avi ii 'X K fffai- ,P 'A Qkimfff gimlfli . 2335- M. lg , A - go 'fl , . Y . I ' i J U. '. , af XX if li AM X Q Wu 'Z 'til'-117,13 . . t . i '- ev . V i Y V 1. W L fi I l ' , W -. l be-2' eff W W sw ca . K . :E . KI .-.1 4 L 2 1, i .i v 'A Y ka T A V x .. 4 ' . ...Q , . flat K f 3 -' 3, -S " Q.: , yy, ' 'ar' i H e ' ,A A -75 F gs y lag 1. ' J v Y ff. if . " v it .. v . la. e .1 , fs, ., ,. nv 5, Ln. -A Vvq, , e , ., x .- .L Q A - . sw - he-A Ir .l ,F 1 , f 1 Q X X f . V X F,M1Ag, . if A .Z :Inga I Hariri: -,NIV i f -. ' ' ' .- W if 4 +i 'Lf ff' Se'r,i2 K ' wife ' e A ' S . was ,. T g 4 bl 1 'Q 'Qui- 1. .NV Tour - Love Record setting J.V. Tennis team shows promising talents as they look for more experience and an excellent future .IV Tennis team showed promise with a 4-0 record. Coach Chacchia felt the boy's team was one of the best he has had at Newman Smith. Although, as a whole, they only competed in one t0ur- nament, the coach feels with more ex- Jerry Ratcliff serves the ball in a practice match. perience they will excel in the future. Coach Chacchia plans on involving the JV teams in more tournaments to en- hance their skills and guarantee good Varsity hopefuls. Boys JV Tennis: Front Row: S. Williams, J. Gatt- lin, J. Ratcliff, T. Painter, B. Simmons. Back Row: L. Johnson, M. Fagley, T. Bellejo, C. Norton, B. Skariah, J. Rogers, Coach Chacchia. Danielle Hall concentrates on returning the serve. Girls JV Tennis: Front Row: K. Frawley, D. Hall, H. Pullford. Back Row: E. Erickson, K. Dunning, A. Graffeo, Coach Chacchia. J.V. TENNIS 169 Racquet Up Racking up district placement and individual recognition, both Varsity Tennis teams bring in a matchless season The Varsity Tennis team placed sec- ond overall in district. In dual matches, the girls had an overall record 6-0, and the boys had the final record 3-3. The girls placed second in district, advanc- ing to regionals. They won their first match in regionals, but in the second they lost in the close match against Roundrock Westwood, 7-5 and 7-6. Coach Chacchia commented, "This was one of the best girls teams I've had at Newman Smith. They were very close to Bottom Row: Coach Chacchia, T. Thompson, D. Marx. Row 2: P. Jackson, K. Read, T. Nguyen. Row 3: G. Grossling, K. Smith. Not Pictured: G. Muerer. going to state." Both the boys' and girls, teams did well in team tournaments. In the fall, they placed first in the Burleson Team Tournament and the Iwing Invitation- al. In the spring, the Tennis team par- ticipated in the Plano Open, placing eighth out of 37 teams, and in the Bell Tournament they placed fifth out of 40 teams. As a whole, the Tennis team had a prosperous year with impressive place- ments and personal triumphs. Kevin Smith shows the skill that earned him All- District team player, as he crosses the court to return the forehand smash. 170 VARSITY TENNIS Tim Thompson serves the ball in a practice match. i E5 1, t .. as t if ."b V' unsung-h ipaq ' L .11 .. - fo ..- . X. ,, ,. k,q,.v..-gig I' Li ,nkall Bottom Row: A. Velasco, T. Nauman, N. Lockwood, A. Ingebritson. Top Row: M. Kang, Coach Chacchia, A. Harris, E. Schlegal, N. Kang. Anna Velasco blocks the sun with her hand to return the high-flying ball. X us. Amy Ingebritson holds the proper stance as she waits for her opponent to serve. Tom Nguyen jumps up to hit the ball back and win the match. VARSITY TENNIS 171 Scholarship competition inspires athletes to set high goals and strive to be the best For many years, two reasons have justified the existence of athletics in schools and society. First, it provides for the physical development of young people, and second, it builds character. Sports participation allows the athlete to experience adversity. The highs and lows of sports offer excellent preparation for life's stress. Almost life-long prep- aration preceeds a career in professional sports. For an athlete to prepare himself, he must have self discipline, the desire to excel, dedication, and mental preparation. These things can be hard to come by for some people. A positive mental attitude remains a must for success in athletics. Players must rise above the adversity they may face to be successful in their sport of choice. The variety of sports results in varying ways to enter the ranks of professional athletics. Most athletes will begin their sports at lower levels such as little league, Pop War- ner, and YMCA, or they will participate in sports at the school they attend. If the athlete is successful enough, especially at the high school level, it may result in a college scholarship or contract offer, if they are in a higher level of sports. Newman Smith had an outstanding year for Athletic scholarships this year. Soccer player Bryan Thompson and golfer Tony Rigas both received scholarships from South- ern Methodist University. Wrestlers Shane Roushar and Mike Manderfield accepted scholarships from Waldorf Junior College in Iowa, and volleyball player Sharyn Noska received a scholarship from Alvin Community College. Troy Crowell, an athlete in cross country and track, com- mented on college scholarships, "I plan to try to get a scholarship from one of the smaller schools. I have a better chance at receiving a scholarship from a smaller school rather than at a larger school where competition is tough." If an athlete receives many honors and awards in his sport, it can better his chances of receiving a good schol- arship. Even if the athlete is not known for achieving high feats, he can still receive a major scholarship for their high academic achievements. If the athlete does not obtain an athletic scholarship, he can still continue to play on a local team and work to improve his play. Many people in sports today are striving for scholarships because it will help them in college and later on in whatever they plan to do. UTA scholarship awardee Chris Gay throws a strike. f f ,ci 2 . l, X X X Gyms an "By playing volleyball at a junior college, I can get playing expe- rience for two years and then transfer to a four year college to play." - Sharyn Noska ,. , . 't i ffffjr it . 7' it "Since there is a lot of com- 5 o ' 'i elee petition for scholarships, you .mg 'Zeng y havetobegood in yoursportof "' H V 'fp choice."-Troy Crowell Qt. y J V. 5 i Erma Parade All-American Bryan Thompson will continue his soccer career on a full scholarship to SMU. Mike Waggoner and Tim Williams sign letters of Intent. Kefaying .Success Boys Varsity Track looks toward growth of young team into record-breaking performers for upcoming season Hard work and dedication led the Boys' Varsity Track team to a prosper- ous season. The Athletes showing the most devotion were Jonathan Clarkson and John Jackson. Coach Stewart felt Tommy Holland and Troy Crowell im- proved the most throughout the season. The Track team competed in many tough meets. The most memorable time occurred when the Varsity placed third in the Duncanville Panther relays beat- ing Berkner by an inch at the tape. The team also placed third in the Burleson Elks relay and the MacArthur Cardinals relays. As a whole, the Varsity placed fifth in District. Overall, the young track team, com- posed mostly of sophomores and jun- iors, had a memorable season. "We had some great performances by our juniors. Many school records will go down in the spring of 893, said Coach Stewart. William Revoal gets psyched up for the next run- ning event. Andy Brashear plunges over the bar in the pole vaulting competition. 174 VARSITY TRACK ,5 il. Bottom Row: J. Wimberley, L. Perez, W. Revi Vinson, J. Jackson, S. Cervantes, J. Clarkso Spivey. Row 2: M. Mattay, T. Bagwell, B. I man, M. Buscher, T. Smith, J. Warren, T. Cn Top Row: A. Brashear, S. Gayle, S. Hall, T. land, A. Gates, M. Coats, B. Nevill, G. Vail. i 9 T H 'ani 400-Meter Relay Team: L. Perez, T. Bagwell, A. Gates, J. Jackson. Mile Relay Team: B. Nevill, J. Clarkson, L. Perez, J. Jackson, B. Chapman. RCJANS' 5 3, -f -X ff - ' - ' 'fix vt ff' f PQI' ' ' '2 "x?"3.P5 ?P' A ,-. I If - 4 n:.f,ti'4a3'- A A 'A In -,ii i Q 27 " John Jackson has a good start as he receives the baton for the 400-meter relay. Brian Chapman leaps over the hurdle in prepa- ration for the coming meet. VARSITY TRACK 175 The Freshman Track team ended their season with four first place and two second place finishes. Dedication and talent set school and meet records. Andy Donlon holds the freshman school record and the Plano Invitational meet record in the 400-meter dash. Jonathan Wimberlcy holds the freshman school record in the 800-meter run. Finally, Chris McConnell holds the school re- cord in the Iongjump and the 100-meter dash. Coach Mike Stewart noted the Dun- canville meet, where the Freshmen won second place, as the most memorable meet. "The Freshmen had a really good team, they really enjoyed trackf, said Stewart. nJ.V. was mostly composed of off-season football players who wanted to run." With good team morale and gifted athletes, the track teams sprinted to victory. Bottom Row: K. Ali, J. Wimberley, D. York, D. Dunn. Row 2: C. Hicks, R. Ramsay, M. Ferl, S. Oelknlg, D. Etier. Row 3: C. Plavin, D. Critchfield, C. McConnell, J. Turner, J. Walling. Top Row: D. Hammond, R. Turkuile, S. Pennington, S. Chap- man, A. Donlon. David Hammond soars through the air in the long jump event. feet first Boys' J.V. and Freshman Track teams set records and plan both feet firmly into a successful season for Newman Smitl 1'ta"f ,,..a Tony Bagwell flies over the last hurdle as he prac- tices for the upcoming meet. 176 JVIFROSH TRACK 4-5,4 .1 M K V l l l l . -' rig ,L ?fw'f5 Q x Me Q .tr 1 , e 1 if In mid-air, Robert Terkuile does the high jump at a meet. Jason Walling takes the starting position for the relay event. J VIFROSI-I TRACK 177 'QP I l Senior Tammy Frank clears the bar in the high jump. Sabrina Evans, sophomore, gets a good start as she leaves the blocks. Keena Collins, freshman, extends from the board in the triple jump. 178 VARSITY TRACK Leaps and Bounds :er a slow beginning, a unified Girls 'lrack team provides wman Smith with State qualifier, Alicia Johnson, runner s,s, ww- -aah'-v .4--""5' C...- .sgfpwv-' Wpgsfi The Girls Varsity Track squad pulled together as a team to improve after a slow start at the beginning of the season. Highlights of the season included sev- eral outstanding individual perfor- mances. Junior Alicia Johnson placed first in the 400- and 800-meter runs at the District track meet to qualify for the Regional meet. She placed first in the 800-meter run at Regionals with a time of 2:14.21 and advanced to the State meet in Austin. Also qualifying for Regionals were the 400-meter and 1600-meter relay teams. Coach Barbara Edwards noted that the best meet of the season was the Lady Lion Invitational at Ennis. The team placed third in the meet, and Coach Edwards attributed this top perfor- mance to team unity and effort. Al- though not strong in team depth, the impressive showings of individual ath- letes made the season one to remember. State Qualifier Alicia Johnson, junior, shows the form that wins races during a practice meet at Smith. Junior Renee Wooten exhibits her intensity on the hurdles. --,,,,.,,,.,, ! 'CMMS F un s YQ -und' 53 :9 - . t . yy. if , N ' . . I . K , g ,,. J X my . i 1 --, -at LOOS STADNM Ji, X . VARSITY TRACK 179 The JV and Freshman Girls Track teams performed well in meets this sea- son. The Freshman team won three of the four meets they participated in this year. Barbara Edwards coached the JV and Freshman squads and was assisted by Terri Johnson and Stacy Stokes. Many of the Freshman girls track team members competed with the Varsity squad at meets. Coach Edwards com- mented, "They were highly motivated. This year was a good learning experi- ence for them." At the Colony meet, the freshmen overcame their intimidation and expressed their desire to win. The team showed their best performance at this meet. The JV track team, composed of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, competed in JV meets as well as Varsity meets. Freshman Jennifer Lewter showed the most dedication throughout the season while LaTanya Dunn proved to be outstanding. Both of these athletes competed with the Freshman and Var- sity. Freshman Jennifer Lewter triple jumps at the Car- rollton-Farmers Branch meet. LaTanya Dunn, freshman, prepares to receive the baton in the 400-meter relay. Sophomore Nicole Jinks stretches before a race. 180 JVIFRESHMAN TRACK Stricfing fflkeacf Pacing the road to the future, a highly motivated JV and Freshman Track team shows enthusiasm and promise ln' Q! X PQ , ..., K, . , .. KV. K .'Kj Q. , 1 N5 of .bg 3. , jr ,.f K K KK if fi e --1"5f'tf4f?f1.s:f1423:Ii fm' .lv yi-Q! Jklf , ,ns we.-an ext. 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Angela Graffeo reaches for extra inches in the long jump. ff " sg.-... m'ihf . , ar A K I Qiqgauw 51 , :Www Vs. .,, W. JVIFRESHMAN TRACK 181 The Varsity Baseball team was loaded with many talented players this season. With the outstanding play of everyone on the team, the Trojans battled their way to Newman Smith's third district championship in baseball. The team was coached by Fred Howard, assisted by Tim Liberto, and managed by Trey Carmichael. With the outstanding play of the defense and the excellent pitching staff of Chris Gay and Kyle Duke, the team steam rolled through the regular season ar' into the playoffs. In the playoffs the sam made great strides by winning the B, District and Area cham- pionships. Not orly did the pitching and defense play great, but the hitting also came around which made for a potent offense. Robert4Bernal, Sophomore-of- the-Year last year, led the team in homers. The pitching was the main key to the Trojans' success. Smith was led by the two top pitchers in the Metroplex, Chris Gay and Kyle Duke. Both pitchers had earned run averages below 1.00. Smith received recognition of its out- standing play by being rated number one in the Metroplex and number ten in the state at the end of the season. The Trojans had many valuable and improv- ed players including Chris Gay, Kyle Duke, Robert Bernal, Joel Nelson, Jeff Woodham, Jason Sheppard, Trey Budd, Andy Jayroe, and Mike Lestarge. They also placed four members on the First Team All-District and three on the Sec- ond Team All-District. Coach Howard said, "These kids know how to win, and that's what makes us a good ball teamf' With the Trojans returning a majority of their team, look for them to contend for the district championship again next year. Bottom Row: B. Cockrell, R. Bernal, T. Budd, K. Clay, K. Peters, T. Carmichael. Row 2: Coach Howard, J . Sheppard, J . Nelson, B. Cox, J. Wood- ham, R. Settimi, Coach Liberto. Top Row: C. Gay, A. Jayroe, J. Conway, K. Duke, M. Lestarge, K. Schreiner. Joel Nelson watches for the ball. l82 VARSITY BASEBALL Q3 ' iff With line drive hits and double plays, Varsity Baseball roui the bases and wraps up the District 12-SA Championship Q 9' r-' ' -W A-Q----fr-".e.i:"..f. , . .. .1 ' Elf Qggats """"i ti 4 , .Y ,,c,..,,. ..,. ,. ..,,.,., tLl4j jg' ' ' '!17'a,.,,9'?4fs-3.1139-X' '-314-mv-.au grrg' 9 11 ef' ft e . 'Q ' fir ' ' - 'S .f- T ' I g ,- 'i ' ff fflfaw figs 9' T'?e'3gf.Q4fg.m' he t . - - . N, we .et- . J t g . 4 a rp, I X .KX V ,X . 3 www -:K 1 - A Q . ' .. .. ' Q 5 , i , " ' To i as -L f , ...W 1 " V - . .ag ,Qin P K , W K r ,, . y .gs .F , .. Q -..,,,5,.f ruu-irwnnt n 332mg 1, -uw '-3'5a'qwj3f -3 i L. 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Q-:3.-afsiw 31 3 3 f e -he Q S of 33 3 3 , M , 3g ,,3 '.,,- 1, 3 3 Q 33.- 333 A 3,5 A - ' f33 3, 35 9 3,3 ,ff 31 . 33 33 A' 33 ww 1 We Nr A 3 3 3 3 3 H A 3 3 l3'3 3k xg cr xi K 3 A V33 3 3 3 1 fm ml, 33 V 13x 33se 3 l"'e,Aai3-3 I ,. .,., 'x' "' 3 3.33 73 Q 3 . 4 5' 'Ls' 4 . J1W1-"'f3m5- s?Qfwi:.'.s.afi!f333g 4:3 .3 .y" in r' 1-23" :f'w33"1i? 5' 31 ' ' 3, gif Rfk ,33 33 333 3 3 C 3 3, 3 3, ,Y3 3 Q3 33.555 33.3, A 3 ,33 33 Y 3 KWH, 3 33 ' 39583 f N3 33 k ,L -3 FQ Q 3,3 A, . fm-' 'H 3 . 3 A 33 . '-il I Q i I ,MV 3 i3 xi- Chris Gay shows his intensity as he throws the game- winning strike. Andy Jayroe races down the iirst base line after mak- ing a single. Mike LeStarge eyes the batter at home plate. VARSITY BASEBALL 183 The J V baseball team had a great year of improvement. The team had a well balanced attack of hitting, pitching, and fielding. The team was coached by Randy Wade and assisted by Tim Liberto. With all these things put to- gether, along with many talented play- ers, the JV ended with a 15 win, 3 loss, and l tie record and second place Dis- trict finish. The team was loaded with improved players including Timmy Brock, Steven Cope, Jeff Conway, Brad Easterling, Davis Maulding, and Antho- ny Gibson. With the team building a great foundation, there should be many candidates for the varsity team in the future. Newman Smith is building a sol- id tradition in baseball, beginning with the JV team. THU-X The Trojan catcher takes a few warm up catches before a ballgame. Coach Wade waves Timmy Brock around third base. Bottom Row: C. Gibson, J. Gay, S. Hoyes, J. Mexia, T. Brock, B. Jones, M. Stankowski. Middle Row: C. Depe, S. Parker, G. Mathews, K. Han- cock, J. Garrison, B. Ellsworth, F. Sanchez, P. Smith. Top Row: Coach Wade, J. Conway, S. Cope, M. Harrison, A. Gibson, B. Easterling, D. Mauld- mg. 184 JV BASEBALL Buifding Tradition Scoring a 15-3-1 record and second place district finish, JV Baseball develops a solid base by learning the basics I In, I Aft. . t W ,. ,,,, , ..,q5qQ,.Nn,i.v f.,Pt,,h,. V , ri, kt- , ' , , PM 54" ,wire f. , by .,.. f 'f "' H11 WZ. 'Q v .'.l-..,.-L7 h,: ff' 4' . wt' A . , u g ,M V -' x-fx' 553. ,, .,, 4 M, Q.. Q , , 1 , Phase r, We -,., : f ,J . 3, I Av g l.. in V., m...,,.i...,1,g!5,s3 " v 1: . . ' V g'i,,,ri,,x,,f.. 3. -v 1.2375 .Y . . 5 , ' ' A' , " mf iw' fi ' iw' . Q ui 'W we f. - ' -. ,, SV: . rake. 'f ' "A-' 5' 'iw 1:14 2? W , fx .ffw'?+1 ff?" . . 11 5' Sisa- , . .. P' , A.. . ...- V -Arr "1 . 1 - - .-' ...J M,-If . A. . 1 . -, . , b , ' " 'rf . . ' , L r ' . .. ,l My-. .4 .vyq . :W uh Wi an e- 81 Si ,MN V J, '11 W. 'W . , ,is ii Mike Harrison slides into second ahead of the tag. , -Q ' ' ' ' 3 'fa' , , , ff se: 4 ,A " e ' 1' "if ,, O J eff Gay races toward home plate for the winning run. Mike Harrison shows his strength by ripping a pitch for a hit. JV BASEBALL 185 The Varsity Golf teams, coached by Ruth Stovall, had impressive finishes in toumaments in both the fall and spring season. Both teams accomplished the goals they set for district competition. The girls took the District champion- ship for the fifth consecutive year. In addition, the girls' team set a school record of 385 strokes at the second round of district. The boys had a goal of placing in the top three in district, and they achieved this goal by taking second place. The district finishes of both the girls' team and the boys' team allowed them to advance to .the Regional tour- nament. "This was an enjoyable season. Both the girls and the boys improved throughout the season. Both teams and individuals from both teams made great achievements," commented Coach Stovall. Jay Young showed the most improve- ment on the boys' team, and Kim Price improved the most on the girls' team. At the Dallas Invitational Toumament, a prestigious toumament for which it is difficult to be invited, the boys' team placed second, and Tony Rigas placed fourth individually. Tony Rigas also re- ceived a golf scholarship from Southern Methodist University. At the R.L. Tur- ner Invitational, Sean Cassidy placed second individually, Kim French led the girls' team at the Plano East Tourna- ment and the Sanger Toumament with third place finishes. Senior Jay Young tees off at the Regional meet. Senior Sean Conner practices his drives. Front Row: T. Taft, T. Downs, J. Young, J. Yar- brough, S. Cassidy. Back Row: E. Mathers, S. Conner, J. Jamer, K. Birchfield, D. Conner, D. BOYS GOLF I 1 TOURNAMENT PLACE Ft Worth Tournament S S Garland Invitational 4 R L Turner Invitational 3 A Dallas Invitational P 2- .Frrewheel 3 Chase Oaks . 5 District I 2 Weidert. 186 GOLF Swing Low Girls and guys golf teams show that low scoring can pay of as girls take district first, guys second and move to regrona 'fr Tw Q.. R Uluazww-c .rx s kv' 1 . xx., GIRLS GOLF TOURNAMENT PLACE Paschal Invitational 5 Newman Smith Invitational 3 Plano East Senior High 3 Sanger 3 Sherman 1 District 1 s" -ff' 'pf' .ii-T" ww I W.,-QM, I M X Kim French, senior, practices at Indian Creek. Sophomore Christy Cook putts at the Regional Tournament at Sherrill Park. Senior Lisa Smith tees off at the Regional Tour- nament. Left to Right: C. Cook, L. Smith, K. French, M. Giles, K. Price, Coach Stovall. Mary Giles, senior, follows the ball she just hit. GOLF 187 A Trojan swimmer begins a race. Sophomore Lance Schultz does an inward dive. swf,- n .5 X 5? . sv: yt, -.- ,A ,, , 4 f. Janet Welch, senior, swims the butterfly stroke. Freshman Carla Rosales prepares for a race. 188 SWIMMING Dripping Wet th the majority of team members advancing to Regionals, rjan Swimming and Diving Team takes the plunge D4VfNi..f QHAAIA 34' YI... The Trojan Swimmers and Divers ex- perienced a year of achievement. The majority of the team members advanced to Regional competition at Wilkerson- Greines pool in Ft. Worth. Diver Heath- er McNeil qualified for the state meet at the University of Texas Swim Center for the second consecutive year, and she placed eleventh in the state. Jonathan Bailey and Janet Welch were chosen Most-Valuable, and Ben Im and Rob Landry were Most-Improved. At the first meet of the season against Lewis- ville, both the boys' and girls' teams won first place. These victories were espe- cially memorable because the boys' and girls' teams rarely compete in the same week, and both teams won. According to Coach Rob Koplan, team spirit greatly improved this year. "This year was a successful year. Team spirit increased, and I expect a better year next year with returning team members and incoming freshmen," said Coach Koplan. Bottom Row: J. Bailey, B. Im, A. Revel, F. Dick- inson, Coach Koplan. Row 2: M. Gates, D. Max- well, D. Sutter, N. McKee. Row 3: S. Marshall, J. Welch, T. Nice, L. Schultz, M. Drieling. Not Pic- tured: E. Feldman, R. Landry, C. Murray, A. Ohler, C. Rosales, T. Trask, D. Beattie, H. McNeil, G. Jergensen. Senior Tara Trask performs a reverse dive. I 1 1 K l l I BOYS SWIMMING . I I US THEM 48 -Lewisville 34 I ' 42 Marcus 125 65 s. Garland 100 I I 53d S Skyline 107 97 Plano East 5 60 97 W.T. White 115 I 77 I N. Garland 65 7 7 R.L. Turner I -16 1 62 . Denton 95 GIRLS SWIMMINGS US , - THEM 6 1 Lewisville . 21 7 5 S. Garland 60 90 Skyline 30 107 Plano East 33 107 W.T. White 62 6 5 I N. Garland 74 6 5 R.L. Turner 9 5 6 Denton 72 SWIMMING 189 -- . . . ,, f .L.. f- .. ,M 1' i -. -,,4,w:fn,,,a,w .. .-f- we:-,i ,,,, J ,, . -7 Y f..,- - , L. iv -J,-ei '--, ,wg --N' -,,,-:e,,,::,f::.:fg,,, I, ff i- .ww f , , . .f l U, .. V . - f - - f me - gii--J, - Kam-ri, 1 mssffe, 1 .awww mmm . ,L,:,.,, ,, f ,:.-,,, .. ,- , 3- . f1,-gmgff: axial-,sif ifwseefvmf:srfmrc:,:411,g5,5ssf-,4,,My eww ,, ,. wg, f , just Stringin' While playing classical and current melodies, orchestra harmonizes their musical talents Although many people think of orchestra as the drab black and white world of mu- sic, the successful string mu- sicians proved to be anything but boring. The organization developed talent in the field of musical arts with its two annual concens. Performing for the school and commu- nity, orchestra boasted nine- teen All-Region Orchestra winners including Rachel Wilson, who was eligible to tape for state. These excellent players performed at MacAr- thur High School in Novem- ber. The group members also participated in the U.l.L. Solo!Ensemble contest where All Region: Bottom Row: S. Cochran, D. Hernandez, N. llobbs, J. Kiss, M. Lewis, E. Erikson. Top Row: K. Hall, R. Hsieh, L. Tran, D. Overree, V. Miller, D. Dunklee, R. Wilson, P. Schroeder, K. Dunklee, R. Miller, E. Webster, K. Wood, lVl. Kenner. Katy Frank and Tinh Ngyuen per- form together in preparation for the All-City concert. l92 ORCHESTRA many received either superi- or or excellent ratings. The group held numerous fund raisers to support their trip to Amarillo for the Greater Southwest Music Festival in April. Working with the parents' booster or- ganization, they held bake sales, garage sales, car wash- es, and candy sales. After all of this work, the parents honored them with a year- end banquet. This event honored outstanding orches- tra students and bid farewell to the outgoing seniors. Wes Spade plays 'fFrosty the Snow- man" at the holiday assembly for the student body and faculty members. Diana Maxwell and Susan Baylor Natalie McLemore prepares for the fold clothes for sale at the orchestra Spring Concert during class. garage sale. 4 1 H A ,Q ' Ny, S -.5 f" A QL! wr' saw The orchestra began a l tradition to wish its mem- bers good luck in compe- itition. They wore music notes during school that carried their wish, "Break a String!" is , , Xb. fo- ,f w I i K Symphonic Orchestra: Bottom Row: R. Wilson, R. Hsieh, D. Overree, P. Schroeder, S. Cochran, K. Bowman, J. Kiss, N. Hobbs. Row 2: D. Dunk- lee, R. Miller, E. Webster, K. Wood, S. Baylor, E. Erikson, M. Liao, M. Lewis. Row 3: L. Starr, K. Dunklee, V. Miller, L. Tran, O. Hernandez, W. Spaid. Row 4: L. Culp, T. Vannest, L. Alvarez, L. Hill, K. Hall, A. Willer, M. Kerner, Spons., Mr. Dockray. ORCHESTRA 193 -nj' 3 A qw A 1' W ,Al K SX , Q, 'N I ff ff", ' g ll 4 , 7, .x fn I 5 ' - - - A ,jr t . , I . -.Q I l . , I nr - , 1. 1 , - - i . l . Q K. - ! ' 1 I . I - xf IN, X "N ' Pfaffs cz e J?lHve wing on 13, band climbs every mountain ing a few favorite things with do-re-mi is half-time at a football eg the silence is broken by rum major's command the steady beat of a drum This is the moment 192 Ll students have worked sweated for since the first k of August. "lt's a good to meet people and make ids, and we have lots of as a group, and we get to each other at 5:00 in the rning in curlers and atfi said Laura Cannon, iomore. imd members were greet- iy a new assistant direc- , Mr. Gelber. The band eld the tradition of the eight years by doing well ,ng the marching season winning a first division J.l.L. marching competi- . The band also received .cond place award at the Fde of Champions. The ting climax of the march- tseason was performing half-time show at a Dallas vboys game which was Lponed two weeks due to NFL strike. After the marching season ended the bands split up into three smaller concert bands. These bands performed in the Christmas, Mid-Winter, pre-U.I.L., and Spring Con- certs. The bands also attend- ed U.l.L. Solo!Ensemble, U.l.L. Concert!Sightreading, and the South Coast Band Festival in Corpus Christi. The Band Boosters spon- sored a yearly watermelon bash and swimming and Christmas parties, to provide some fun for continued work. U.I.L. competition interfered with the homecoming dance so the supportive parent group planned a special band dance at a later date. The year-end Band Banquet host- ed awards and wills from graduating seniors. Through tiresome practice, close friendships, skill, and a love for music, the band united to create an outstand- ing year. JeffGibbs and Jeff Dalton wonder how much longer they will have to stand at attention before they perform. p C tom Row: M. Odaka, M. Keating, i'IcFaddin, M. Garrett, M. Hilker Ehao,L.Myers,W.Gornall. Row2 Poe, D. Canon,J. Jackson,J.Odaka lall, A, Bondurant, T. Fcrencak, N yarrete, G. Jergensen, C. George, 9 M. Mathews, L. Anderson, J. Abmayr. Row 3: S. Hammond, T. Hart, L. Baurrann, D. Taft, H. Lim, J. Bon- durant, C. Stafford, S. Plog, J. Putnam, R. Chaky, T. Lockhart, P. Rafat, M. "orrance, J. Diana, M. Kraeman, S. Wilt, T. Lucke, J. Hrad, J. Phillips. Row 4: G. Laun, J. Burgess, Z. Tid- well, D. Linders, M. Newhouse, T. Brown, ll. Wilson, J. Bodnar, M. Dixon, S. Phelan, J. Gibbs, K. Price, S. Leyrer, P. Wicker. Jody Justus learns a new song in jazz band practice. BAND 195 'Nm Q ,,.,4- I-.., 'Ion Burgess Prcpafcs to PNY 'hc drum Mark Niesman intentl watches the ' Y feature nt the Lwke Highlands football I-,mans vie for 3 vwtory game lllfillll 1,.aw Knlisa Bunch, Brad Wilson, Carl Amy Bonderant, Tony Brown, and Miller, and Christy Jordan discuss MikeTorrencepIaytheirfavoritesong their outstanding performance at the together. Cowboy's Game. 196 BAND Q, ' Bottom Row: G. Laun, J. Burgess, M. Niesman, W. Smith. Row 2: J. Bon- durant, J. Justus, M. Torrence, T. Lockhart, Mr. Dan Gelber, S. Shuf- Palrick Wicker begins to learn his field, J, phillips, T, Lucke, A, Bondu. music during summer band. rgut, 'V Jason Phillips, Teri Lucke, and Jason Gary Laun warms up with scales with Rollin practice for the upcoming mid- the rest of the jazz hand. winter concert. Knut Ogazird tunes his timpnnii prior to the show. BAND 197 Bottom Row: L. Neisman, A. Chapman,C.Dowling,K.Martinez,D. Dickey, Y. Iman, L. Kieselewski, L. Johnson,A.Blair. Row2: K. Vaughn, J. Burnet, S. Adcock, C. Jordon, K. Bunch, K. Slover, L. Elmore, S. Rum- mans, G. Stolar, L. Cannon, A. Mc Ginnis. Row 3: J. Poplin, A. Holmes, T. White, D. Perdue, M. Fahmer, C. Cozart, R. Fiore, G. Timmerman, T. Carruthers, S. Hargis, B. Dixon, J. Bouse, D. Beattie, T. Moon, C. Bolson, H. Gwilliam. Row 4: R. Ramsay, C. Miller, J. Dalton, J. Thompson, D. Sammon, D. Keating, K. White, B. Nicodemus, S. Thompson, K. Philpot, M. Maynard, R. TerKuile, P. Kim, D. Saenz. Row 5: D. 0'Donnell, M. Nies- man, R. 0'Donnell, D. Williams, N. Blair, S. Oelkrug, J. Baldwin, C. Rowe, E. Gage, B. Davis. Kim Price and Brian Nicodemus play their baritones during the homecom- ing half-time. David 0'Donnell is pleased with his exellence in playing "Mooreside March" on the vibes. Donny Dickey and Tom Moon march on to the field to entertain the football fans. 198 BAND 'T' YJ 13. R fi' 1 .sf V ' ' - " 'fi . Q L, K ' I P ff' l ', 'J K. .Q . yt igigvfqx-1 . . 5, V. W1 C . .. .., -,., , i Q W, -.iii ' K3 ,4QQgfQ,3..e! l Bottom Row: J. Poltorak, M. Golonka, J. Keating, K. Sunserl, M. Coco, A. Badner, K. Fitzgerald, A. Lindahl, K. Moeller. Row 2: M. Slater, J. Huber, K.Woulfe,T.GrilTln,J.Nic0demus,K. Sammon, A. Kirby, D. Stevenson, K Norgard, L. Wledemer, C. Helmer, A. Graham, M. Morris. Row 3: T. Pink- ney, J. Underwood, H. Gwilliam, J. Ferguson, D. Chaky, J. Areington, K. Leonard, J. Graham, A. King, C. Lan- durm,. Row 4: C.Thompson,B.Chad- derden, K. McCain, K. Ballard, M. Sorrels, B. Geels, C. Siler, S. Davis, 0. Meza, J. Spanos, D. Garr, K. Kirkland, A. Smith, D. Williams, T. Taft, G. Stadler, M. Simpson, M. Johnson, R Duvall, J. Jones, T. Leader. Row 5: J Cole, M. Johnson, J. Hazelwood, M Tabor, K. Ogard, J. Burgess, C. Zim, J Garrett, B. Patel, J. Brown, L. Hall. Q l 5 J! H. . 3 T1 . , A 3 , .!, , ,gi .- Mo: is ,+:,gRgf,a,. f eff if life! ,Iohne Cole and Mike Johnson laugh Matt Johnson concentrates on perfect while they try to play along with the ing his piece for the spring concert. cheerleaders during the pep rally. BAND 199 Filled with spirit, Trojans reach new heights cleaning the campus and cheering the team "Green, gold, green, gold, white, white, white, white, white, white!" screamed the mass of students as the band played and the cheerleaders cheered. The homecoming pep ralley, and other pep rallies, proved to be a great success with careful preparation from the cheerleaders, band, twirlers, and Troyanns, and with a new sense of school spirit. As all classes battled for the spirit stick, the gym rang with the sounds of pride and enthusiasm. However, the fervor did not end at pep rallies. Trojan fans packed the bleachers yelling for a touchdown. After the victorious homecoming and Tumer games, the fans emptied onto the field to congratulate the team and proudly sing the Alma-mater. Jason Goldwater, senior, said, "I think our school is amazing. With all of the things that could detract from our school spirit, this school is maintaining a high level of school spirit." School spirit is not reflected only in students' attitudes toward athletics. The pride also encompasses other aspects including other extra-curricular activities such as drama and choir and the school's physical appearance. The Student Council piloted a new project where they hung signs urging students to throw away trash to keep the school clean. This project was an attempt to make the school more appealing and raise the campus pride. Even with this project, spirit is lacking in many areas. Kent Crosby, junior, said, "People only have spirit when athletic teams win. They don't really care about anything else." School spirit depends on many factors. A winning season, bright colored banners, and an enthusiastic student body all contrib- ute to the pride. J ayshree Krishnan, junior, stated, "School spirit unifies the school and is important to the overall atmosphere." Through the help of different organizations, new heights of school spirit have been reached and will improve as the awareness of the importance of pride increases. L rj f ,Jw-M-'ff' - u ! j , ,,..,.- ,.,...,.4. '1 3 - Christi Sauer decoratcs a soccer player's car before a tournament. paw .t it., Q! ,, , xiii li fl Ji: 2 147-.uf ,XI M, 'M , -lr. 'r W R, .., t K . 1.3. ' ., , . H f ,k,,,a.1av 1. . 3' fis Q' , ,791 '--4,-W , . - wgm-gwwiffwgf-fi? gwnaww 11 .rv y gy .ma lg-W ,.,.'a1.a 55 swsgm '3'm'gl'3f5 mm' n as 11 if-QT ss 1 Si 4 S Pit if aku , MK QQ Him hi .Mies , LW K it F' S 9 ss ,,,. aw Wifgggmif 1 .4 Lifisif' Q A -V 'L fi W Y Q it li' iii ' Y h X, its-1 K Q fs thnx 5 0+ Nfy. . ff:--, :iw--iv.,wet?g5msyii . QEK'1 w3 'gif lg? WS ' School spirit unifles the school and is important to the overall atmosphere. ' - Jayshree Krish- nan, junior ,, "People only have spirlt when If athletic teams win. They don't VZ really care about anything else." 'A - Kent Crosby, junior "I think our school is amazing. With all of the things that could detract from our school spirit, this school is malntaing a high level of school spirit." - Jason Goldwater, senior Ho in a. B ps Q MU! l Y in 4 1 'G x T W 2 ' 35 l 1 in- I 5 s v T y Q EQ J? gk W- as ro if s ,F X 'if' ' X 1 f X 1 N N. N s Q X 5 1 ' . 'X W 5 . Qs . The Trojan fans congratulate the victorious football team after the 23-3 shut out against cross-town rival, R. L. Turner. l .. .k, ,.,:, . ..,..,V-:, ,,,:, A ity, ,f,V: ,gii9,l5E5g4y,.,u, , gs, , . .. 5, .. A. ,,,A.,,' , ,. ,tt .2 . If ,--- -5 -f ---f gt as 1 1 -3, za is at -at f . .. if Q gif 1 4 T ii! ' fr "ii: :rv e"za:.t?i:fs,'g3ffgX'f,fag ffS'Q-Jegsasi S ,. 'tx "l -- - 1 -1- N M: -Q L f Yi 3 i ,:.,,w?., , :fs-,X ww- , sf? f 5 ,Q s ,Q ,gang f,,qt:,,ss5 5: ew, 5 R.,w...2l52,wfsiitpfrfltmiiu,fills-55.:if Kczzzfe Dazzle Marching with the band, the flag corps tvvirlers provide exciting visual effects The flag corps and twirlers added color and dimension to the marching band's per- formances. They worked with the bands at football games and competitions. Consisting of thirteen members, the flag corps proved to be anything but un- lucky. Led by co-captains An- drea Chapman and Meredith Mathews and junior lieuten- ant Jill Ferguson, the line competed at U.l.L. marching competition, the Parade of Champions and flags contest in Denton where they re- ceived straight ones, the highest rating, from the judg- es. The group practiced be- fore school everyday during marching season and also at least twice a week after school. They developed a close friendship and produced en- thusiasm and success. The twirlers, led by feature twirler Heidi Monk, also add- ed pizazz to the appearance of the marching band. They performed at pep rallies and football games as well as the various marching competi- tions. They lent their talents and skills to the band to pro- vide a dazzling effect whether they were juggling batons or gracing the field with rib- boned batons. Both group of girls helped the marching band in com- petition and spirit. Their en- thusiasm and willingness to succeed payed off with ap- plause and awards. , , fix Jill Ferguson, Cheryl Rummans, and Heather Jackson prepare to march on the lield for the Homecoming game ceremonies. -1-ui , YY. fu 19191: Lwnuui Vik' . 1 aj, 5 ,fm K if .45 Bottom Row: ll. Monk. Top Row: J. Phelan, C. Rummans, A. Grahm. 202 FLAGSITWIRLERS .rv -Q X Heidi Monk graces the field at the J.J. Pearce football game. .lx T' +V .. w. .H 5 U Eye? 1 1 1 1 l 1 I Karen Fitzgerald practices for the up- coming football game. The twirlers dazzle the crowd at the Trojan vs. Lion football game. The flag corpsgconsist- ing of thirteen members, began a tradition that A brought E .good I l luck thrdughoui . thoeirit 1562218011- Before each igiperfoifmance, they all zhudidliediand joined pinkiestoiwishi each other a good performance. :iz its ' ' ' . .N - f gr "-f at-Z, Q. . .. 5:-2, A - . . . L w N V A' Ph V ' :A f' W -:F A ' f U fl? ing, H - 'Mi 5 S tz 5 A ' 3' f' -. f f ' fs.. P xg, 'tts , JU if A . . iv . - 5 ' A A 't -L 4 L, 1 AA ZN ASQ A '+A , I ' V' A- N., ' fggf I i Bottom Row: M. Slater, H. Jackson, Y. Imam, A. Lindhal. Row 2: J. Fer- guson, A. Chapman, M. Mathews. Top Row: H. Gwilliam, M. Coco, K. Fitzgerald, K. Vaughn, A. McGinnis, T. Griffin. FLAGSITWIRLERS 203 WSH On ffl Star Troyanns shine in outstanding performances, demonstrating their talent and creativity Come half-time at a foot- ball game, the stands are filled with spectators antic- ipating Newman Smithis shining stars. The talented Troanns attract such fans with their ability, attitude, and achievement. The drill team, determined to succeed, began their sea- son at the SMU Line Camp in June. They took home eighteen Superstar nominees, more than any other school. Liz Gormley was Superstar Girl winner and Chrisi Seiler was the Drill Down winner from over 800 entries. The group was also awarded the Sweepstakes Trophy and the Home Routine Contest. The officers later attended the SMU Officer Camp and re- ceived identical honors. Four of seven officers were again Superstar nominees. A few weeks before school began, the girls started work on routines for marching sea- son. The drill team accom- panied the band to perform at every football game and also danced at the pep rallies. While perfecting these rou- tines, the group participated in the Halftime Productions 204 TROYANNS contest. They were named f'Best in Contest" with their officers receiving a second place trophy and Cassie Smith and Liz Gormly plac- ing first and second respec- tively in the solo division. Ending the marching sea- son, they began preparation for spring competitions. They excelled at the March- ing Auxiliaries contest, they gained both Sweepstakes and Supersweepstakes trophies while being named one of the top five teams. In February, the team attended the Miss Texas Drill Team Contest. They received eight group awards and three officers wre seminfinalists for Miss Texas Drill Team. After excelling at every contest, the group prepared for the Spring Show. The sell- out performance showcased the outstanding effort put forth by the Troyanns throughout the year. With all of their work, the team still had time to form friendships. A special bond between the members al- lowed them to perform better and shine. The Troyanns stand at attention be- fore they march on the Standridge Stadium field. The Troyann officers form a pyramid during the "Stingray" performance. Christie Williams prepares for the upcoming competition before school. Amy Pitzer shows her school spirit at the SmithlTurner pep rally. Bottom Row: T. Brumlield, B. Wick- er, L. Quick, S. Suiter, S. Lamarez, E. Gormly, C. Smith. Row 2: S. Almon, B. McCauley, B. Keener, J. Perkins, C. Rodriguez, C. Brewer, D. Clancy, J. Dwight, B. Riddle, R. McDaniel, A. Burns, D. Gonazales, S. Sion, J. Richard, C. Piazza. Row 3: D. Hill, H. Glenn, B. Tittle, C. Saucedo, J. Eastland, S. Neimiste, C. Hicks, M. Kersting, D. Inness, J. Heinzer, J. Twedt, A. Veleff, P. Watson, D. Da- vis, C. Sieler. Row 4: A. Rowe, N. Lee, K. Johnston, S. Jackman, K. Meinzer, H. Clark, C. Caffey, C. Rosales, K. Williams, E. Lockman, J. Harwell, E. Doctry, A. Fischer, L. Canon, W. Glenn, K. Coker, A. Cu- trer. TROYANNS 205 " ' ,x 5 ,443 I V , fb -xx Q ffw -1, . 1 , W- 4'-Q :L . 5' . - 4 ' W N fL't ' 41' X p'lpgf.' Ifw.J,f I' 'nbfhin f,o,'fa'-t, 4. ,,. rf, -,ru 3-- w - 1 up g , as . I , qi' 4'f,fx'v. - - f' Q vqX, .- The old members dance to "Rock Shock" at the Homecoming pep rally. The Troyanns shine at the Cowboys game half-time ceremonies. Angela Rowe marches during summer practice. 4 l 1' 1' Q "'9' -4? With pom-poms in hand, Nicole Lee Tracy Brumlield and Stacy Allmon holds the final pose at a pep rally. take a break from performing to blow bubbles. TROYAN NS 207 5LHp My 5'-fooray Three cheers for the green, gold, and the girls who combined old traditions with new ideas The Varsity Cheerleaders not only upheld past tradition as spirit leaders but improved upon these traditions. The squad received numerous awards, planned and executed all the pep rallies, and provided services for the commu- nity. In order to prepare for the year, the squad attended the S.M.U. cheerleader camp during the summer. They were honored with five blue ribbons, three spirit sticks, and the opportunity to perform in the Award of Excel- lence presentation. Charla Covey was awarded Best Mascot runner up, and Jennee and JuLee Decker were nominated for All-Ameri- can Cheerleader. During the school year, they showed their support for the ath- letic teams by planning pep ral- lies, painting large colorful ban- ners, and decorating athletes lockers. They introduced to the student body a new concept in pep ralliesg they held flashlight pep rallies in the school parking Charla Covey, Stacie Raylean, Amy Cloninger, Julie Pechanec, and Carla Landers perform for the Trojan crowd in a cheer at a home football game. 208 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS lot at night before some of the football games. Their support and encouragement did not stop with the football season though. Basketball, soccer, and wrestling also were cheered on at school, and the squad lent its support to all athletic teams at competition. In order to help not only the school, the squad visited local nursing homes and performed in a competition benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Whether lending support to athletes or participating in serv- ice projects, the Varsity Cheer- leading aided in increasing cam- pus spirit and pride. The alle- giance to the green and gold greatly increased as proven by the large crowds at pep rallies and athletic games, both home and away. Their combination of old traditions and new ideas will continue to affect the student body for years to come. ence participation cheer to the Home coming pep rally crowd. 'Charla Covey explains the next audi- 'ff if sxl Bottom Row: T. McNair, N. Arruda,,I. Faust. Row 2: C. Bailey, Z. Wharton, S. Skierski, N. Ressa, E. Jackson, G. Schicbcr. Row 3: T. Chrisman, S. Hcncgar, A. Adkins. Emily Jackson and Nancy Arruda slng the light song prior to kickolf. QQ Cara Quick urges the team on to vic- tory. Bottom Row: T. Tatum, J. Ellis, L. DeBlasl. Row 2: L. Puzzuole, M. Wiggins, N. Hyatt, G. Go, L. Cannon, W. Brooks. Row3: C.Quick, L.Spald- ing, A. Grlzzafli. 210 JVIFRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS 'bt ai. , s Twist ancfjkout Cheering for teams and encouraging spirit, JV and Freshmen Cheerleaders jump about The junior varsity and fresh- man cheerleeders aided in in- creasing school spirit throughout the year. Both squads concen- trated on supporting the athletes and also succeded in winning many awards. The J V squad received many honors at their summer camp. They were awarded five blue ribbons and two spirit sticks. They also were selected to per- form in the Award of Excellence pagaent, the first time ever for a Trojan JV squad. Also, Gina Schieber was awarded the title of All-American Cheerleader, and Tammi Tatum and Mandi Wiggins receive support from Nicole Hyatt and Cara Quick. she performed at the Aloha Bowl over Spring Break. The freshmen cheerleaders enjoyed a successful year. While attending summer camp at SMU, the girls received five blue rib- bons and two spirit sticks. The squad also qualifiedfor Nationals at Regional competition. The freshman cheerleaders kept busy through the year by attending freshman sporting events and cheering at pep rallies. The junior varsity and fresh- man cheerleaders help boost spirit to an all time high. Their support was felt both at games and pep rallies. Stacy Henegar and Gina Schieber en thuslastically display their pride. The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders cheer for the sophomore side of the gym. JV! FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS 211 future .Stars While boosting school spirit and pride, pep squad perfeets skill and leadership With two goals in mind, the pre-cheer! pre-drill team, known as the pep squad, completed a successful year. They promoted school spirit and pride while supporting athletic teams and prepared themselves for possible futures in cheerleading and drill team. Under the direction ofMrs. Ribbleand Mrs. Willis, the squad began the year by learning hand routines and cheers. Led by thier captains and officers, the girls helped boost spirit at pep rallies and football games. To lift pride even higher, they released 1,000 green and gold balloons at the 'frojan vs. Lion football game. In addition to the games, the squad marched in the Carrollton Country Fair Parade, and re- Reggi Hemingway and Angie Cutrer sing the light Sting. llottom Row: Capt. A. Cutrer. Row 2: M. Norman, A. Speer, C. llallengee, L. Summers, E. Collins , K. Allen, G. Antoine, L. Martin, J. Henegar. Row 3: .l. Dunning, M. Gaherdiel, A. Ferito, 'l'. Wegren, M. Vizearra, L. Shaffer, D. Thomas, K. Patrick, C. Riddle. Row 4: L. Palmer, R. Hemingway, K. Roberts, N. St.George, Il. Caples, A. llanson, L. Langner, A. Herr, A. Reich. Row S: E. Aramayo, N. Patel, S. llradford, L. Fuller, M. Sides, A. Johnson, K. Pool, l.. Kuhn, ll. Duke. Row 6: K. llerger, K. Lewis, ,I. Morrill, L. Stoner, Il. Schreck, S. May, K. Rodgers, A. May, S. Craft. Row 7: Doherty, S. Farns- worth, M. Cool, M. Shotts, A. Work- man, C. Covey, .l. Robinson, M. Mclfarland, A, Eddy. Row 8: S. Shuf- lield, S. Mills, N. Plummer. 2l2 PEI' SQUAD ceived first place honors for the marching unitdivision. After football season the group concentrated on leaming the fundamentals ofjazz, cheer- leading and drill team. They also continued athletic supportat vari- ous home basketball games en- couraging the Trojans to an al- most perfect home record. During the spring, many of the members prepared for tryouts for places on thejunior varisty cheerleading squad or the drill team. Their experience from pep squad aided them in all areas of competition including skill, de- livery, and spirit. Whethercheer- ing from the stands or dancing in class, the pre-cheer! pre-drill team radiated spirit, support, and enthusiasm for the Trojans. 'U M I f i 42. -A 'vt . NIP 1-J - I if 'H .A if- . f P45253 f Qi W 35 ...Q Bottom Row: A. Reyes, L. Francis, T. Weed, D. Reiff, M. Fincher, C. Gardner, T. Howell, L. Mihailoff, K. Larson, A. Brewington, K. Parsons. Row 2: E. Trible, C. Peddicord, S. Heasty, W. Harmon, C. Charity, C. Roy, S. Marshall, T. Crower, J . Mas- sey, M. Spradling, D. Ryan. Row3: K. Ducy,P.Corcoran,K.Carnes,J.Allen, C. Reyes, S. Cochran, T. Schultz, S. Adair, K. Brown, K. LambP. Cook. Row 4: S. Archer, P. Stewart, L. Bailey, N. Ortiz, S. Adcock, S. Laney, T. White, J. Ackman, C. Driver, T. Allen, L. Watts. Row S: J. Hoff, D. Elam, C. Heimer, S. Vizcarra, S. Rager, C. Logan, C. Collins, K. O'Brien, S. Miles, C. Kelly, K. Jweid. Row 6: A. Bristow, C. Hearrell, M. Moore, K. Grider, S. Loher, J. Rupe, C. Bowles, A. Gonzales, C. Tolvanen. Jamie Ackman and Christi Collins perform a hand routine to cheer on the Trojans. Pep squad members raise spirit at the Homecoming pep rally. 4-slam Melissa Fincher and DeeDee Reiff concentrate on the football game, hop- ing the Trojans win. PEP SQUAD 213 ji, ' 5 x G' in -we ' ,P V Q' f' M yr ' 2 r W, . in AH O xx, -M ,f 4-fi! , , . 1 fs W 3 H 'K Al Q V: 2,9 - sz g ,ff i . Kf':f5' '1:1"" if V xx R A 3. A F., ,,,, ffl. ' kk-ff.-.Y 1.5 , , I 'Q .f sf' ,. 1 Scott Barns making a gravestone for The Canrerville Ghost. "Go God go!" yells Joel English as he tells the Christmas story. Laura Parks prepares to make a daz- zling entrance. NFL: Bottom Row: C. Harrell, S J Shiflett, R. Henry, M. Gensler, Wicks, S. Wilson, J. Hoffman, J Harrison. Row 2: M. Searcy, K Arens, C. Meadows, C. Vannoy, S Calvert, J. Matejka, D. McDonald, R. Stewart. Row 3: K. Shelton, N. Persuad, J. Stokes, J. Page, J. Smith, M. Kraemer, T. Harlow. Top: L. Fol- som, G. Richardson, L. Smith, K. Moore, J. Goldwater, S. Barnes. DRAMA 215 . 'N' ,,,r' 8' Eg' XT! -S 5' X is?f,5" f? i fLf" ,X .Speak Up While excelling at tournaments on all levels, Speech and Debate keep up on current events The Newman Smith debate squad worked hard over the year and as a result had one of the most successful sea- sons ever. They qualified more students for the State Toumament than ever before and competed on both a state-wide and local scale. In the Cross Examination De- bate, Senior Jenny Wicks and Kevin Moore swept local tournaments and placed in highly competitive state tour- naments. Qualifying for the Texas Forensic Association State Tournament were Ja- son Goldwater, Steven Shiflett, Tom Moon, Jenny Wicks, Kevin Moore, Shane Wilson, Hirtzan Acosta, Shalini Ramantathan, and Bonnie Ward. The team of Jenny Wicks and Kevin Moore retumed to defend the State Title they won last year in the U.I.L. State Compe- tition. Both Steven Shiflett and Shane Wilson, along While entering the debate room, Ja- son Goldwater recites his speech for the state competition from memory. Kevin Moore sits in his typical pose as he researches his debate topic, Latin America, dining sixth period debate. with fellow senior Jason Goldwater placed in both Domestic and Foreigh Ex- temporaneous Speaking. In Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking, Jason Goldwater placed second and Shane Wilson placed fifth out of seventy-four extempers. In the Foreigh Extemporaneous Speaking, Steven Shiflett placed within the top twenty out of over sixty-four speak- ers. Steven Shiflett and Jason Goldwater qualified for the National Forensic League National Toumament held in Nashville, Tennessee. Under the guidance of Aaron Tim- mons, the Debate Squad had a competitive and fulfiling year. They look forward to another year of enjoyable and successful competition. Al- though the seniors will be missed, the incoming fresh- men and new members will continue the success. Bottom Row: S. Shiflett, S. Wilson, J. Wicks. Row 2: T. Rayes, S. Rager, E. Collins, M. Kraemer. Row 3: N. Persaud, K. Allen, L. Neisman, T. Jensen. Top Row: L. Smith, K. Shel- ton, M. Gensler, K. Moore, J. Gold- water. DEBATEISPEECH 217 While knocking on wood and picking up pennies, drama produces a great season While most people have a good luck charm or two, few groups compare to the superstitious theatre arts squad members. Their methods of getting rid of bad luck range from knocking on wood to toting a tattered teddy bear. Whatever the means, the department proved to be lucky with its successful productions and sweepstakes awards. One of the most prominentcharms is the use of the phrase "good show." Dwayne McDonald, sophomore, said, "One superstition is not saying ' good luck' but 'good show' because it makes you think that you'ne better than you are." The actors say "good show" before every performance, and the phrase has become a trademark of the department. The squad's stuffed mascot, Christopher, has traveled with the group for thirteen years and symbolizes good fortune. Sporting the theatre arts tee-shirt and cap, Christopher, the teddy bear, has kept the dramatic spirit alive for the department's members. The technicians use a hammer to frighten away any harmful spirits. "The head tech knocks three times with a hammer because it is supposed to scare away evil spirits," said Jeff Hoffman, sophomore. Other spirit scaring techniques include knocking on wood and touching a sweepstakes trophy. Also, on the opening night of each show, each performer receives a penny. S ophomore Alan McDonald remarked, "The lead in the show gives everyone a penny to put in their right shoe, heads up." This good luck method, combined with talent and hard work, definitely payed off with their excellent theatrical productions. In addition to the productions, the squad succeeded at every contest and brought home sweepstakes honors in all competitive toumaments. To strengthen their performances, the squad enters through the same door because they do not want to separate the unification of the group. With their many superstition and good luck charms, the Theatre Arts Department proves themselves lucky and worthy of applause. Robin Henry stralghtens the bow of Chrlstopher, the good luck bear. . Ks. F offs' -sw Y Qi -5, 5 22if5155!,5sQfQgf5f.ZN Q: 4 1, ,ex z Q. :gf .5 755,12 , 'fs ,,g21e,fw:eegs-Qssxzw if e 5 9 ,L S "The lead ln the show gives ev- eryone a penny to put in their right shoe heads up." - Alan McDonald, sophomore ' A 'The head tech knocks three times with a hammer bemuse It 1 'Q A - is supposed to scare away evil L f ? splrits. - Jef! Hoffrnan, junlor 'One superstlon is not saying 'good luck' but"good show' be- cause it makes you thlnk that you're better than you are." - Dwayne McDonald, sophomore I-. af il Q in tr 1 we N ' 41 6 2 ff-, Q ,,,f, ,mf ,,yXf,?q,f,5g io, il ,g if as 1 Q g 4' -f z QF lg? if 2, '- U aQQ??? Q iff? fi ,E 5 if 'ai' if M3 ,Q f ' mf? Q1 gk H vw ff! - Q 'Q Q A 2 adiddi .f 4-ani' ,Q Wh: LQ! 'K N-' E. ww . if Noteworthy Choirs assemble for musical performances in patriotic, seasonal, and contest numbers To showcase the musical, dancing, and acting talents of the choir, the group enter- tained the school and com- munity with 42nd Street. The show featured lap dancing and fast music. The crowded theater each night rang with applause for the outstanding cast. During the spring, the stu- dents competed in the U.I.L. Solo and Ensemble Contest where tive individuals and the Ensemble qualified for state competition. Also, the choirs presented H1987-88 Choir: A Show Stopper" that featured a salute to George Gershwin, a farewell to sen- iors, and the "One Voice" closing. Throughout the year, the Ensemble also performed at over 60 shows for conven- tions, radio stations, and area Russ Swain and Krista Helms dance and sing during 42nd Street. schools. The Choral Department stayed busy with a musical, three concerts, and competi- tions ranging from the dis- trict to the state level. The Fall Concert, featuring all the three choir groups, Women's and A Cappella Choirs and the Vocal Ensem- ble, showcased patriotic songs which were also per- formed at the Horatio Alger Assembly. Also during au- tumn, ten singers were select- ed for the prestigious All- Region choir. The group then performed at the Holiday Assembly with the orchestra, band, and Dra- ma Department. They gave the student body a sneak pre- view of their Christmas Show "A Gift for Youi' which in- cluded a faculty ensemble. A Cappella Choir assembles at 42nd Street. CHOIR 221 Joey Cross, David Culver, and Matt The choir assembles to entertain the Apple prepare to leave prior to a con- Cast members at 42nd Street sing 'ei Horatio Alger audience. test. before going to sleep. 222 CHOIR ws., The love-torn Dorothy Brock, played by Amy Parker, cries after an ar- gument. 2, ,. .4 1w",5yf.'5H Q P.. 'J .re fx w xf. 'K A Skis -Q . lags: 4-. MKS eff! gr B 2 f E 2 h , ,T , :,,- .5 A I Officers: D. Craft, Soph. Rep., W. Libr., M. Apple, Sr. Rep., J. ' Hackworth, Publ., B. Bradford, Jr. Rep. Treas., L. Drechsler, Sec., A. Parker, Pres., K. Stone, V. Pres., K. Heller, Mr. Jim Sparks leads the Ensemble in learning new dance steps. Julie Bacak and Krista Helms prac- tice breathing exercises before a con- cert. The A Cappella Choir prepares to perform at the Horatio Alger assem- bly. Bottom Row: S. Leonard, K. Heller. Back Row: K. Helms, E. Young, W. Hackworth, J. Elwell, M. Apple, A. Parker, K. Stone, K. Eddy, B. Davis, R. Swain, L. Drechsler, J. Irby, D. Craft, J. Bacak. CHOIR 223 Bonne Chance Picnics, games, festival provide opportunities to study French culture and learn the language The French Club provided its members with more than just a knowledge of the French language but also with an understanding of French culture and pastimes. They began the year with an outside picnic where games were played and members had the opponunity to meet one another. Later in the year, the club sponsored a French film festival where they showed foreign films. At Christmas, a progressive din- ner was held. After the din- ner, the members went car- Dianne Stiner and Jackie Elkins ask for advice on what to eat during the progressive dinner. oling, singing popular Christmas songs by candle- light. The club had an especially busy spring. First, they vis- ited La Madeleine, a French bakery. There, members sam- pled pastries and saw an au- thentic French bakery in ac- tion. The club ended the year with a banquet which gave members an opportunity to reminisce about the wonder- ful times they had in French Club and look to the future with the announcement of the new officers. Erin Schlegal and Ashley Reynolds try to keep their noses clean. 224 FRENCH CLUB John Bodnar enjoys a couple of glass- es of tea at a French bakery. fi a K Q t o O U . . . Q Q ' ' 9 Q . U v B " 1 f Q Q Q 1 ' C 6 5 gi Q-i -nf Q I 7 , K. apic' c sy 1 ' f 1 PN: N ,gf I A wit 4 gl 'bm V- L v"'4 Ss. 'uw Q va , "QW, lk N iv , yfi 5 J V . A ,QE -.15 ., X.,, . , 5 - :SB :im - - BW Bottom Row: Spons. Miss Judy Haag, Spons. Mr. David Azzi, Pres. T. Shieh, V. Pres., J. Elkins, llist. J. Piepmeier, Sec. D. Wilson. Row 2: J. Wye, R. llsieh, A. Poe, A. Adkins, J. Ahmayr, K. Miller, A. Reynolds, J. Laubenthal, C. Taylor, 'l'. Jensen, M. Searcy. Row 3: D. Lesseps, M. Bell, L. Moore, N. Jinks, B. Keener, E. Schlegal, J. Bodnar, S. Echeverri, L. Lo, S. Wilmot. Row 4: S. Coffey, L. Kelley, K. Jackson, G. Adams, S. Thomp- son, J. Huber, A. lVlcClendon, .l. Bumgardner, S. Tupla, K. Tommga, R. Redden. Row 5: D. Giffen, lVl. Giles, S. llooper, D. lnness, J. Heinzer. K. Bouffard, N. Nguyen, S. Leyer, Il. Park, M. Matsushita. Top Row: L. Brester, 'l'. Sanker, C. Brewington, M. Pashuek, C. Van Arsdale, C. Lee, J. Lee, Z. Tidwell, M. Garrett, S. Eapen. 1 a.l Terri Shieh savors her last bite of Erin Schlegal, Konrad Bouffard, and cheesecake. Mary Giles converse at the Christ IIIHS pany. FRENCH CLUB 225 Bum ,Suerte Spanish Club and Honor Society contribute to community while seeking Hispanic culture Many students participat- ed in Spanish classes. Some of those students chose to further their appreciation of the Spanish language byjoin- ing the Spanish Club, spon- sored by Mrs. Carol Stacy. In September, the mem- bers met in the cafeteria where they played Twister, Trivial Pursuit, and Monop- oly in Spanish. At the Oc- tober meeting, the club spon- sored a scavenger hunt asking for items such as hubcaps, the names of ten U2 songs, and Robert O'Donnell's socks. They also adopted a His- panic family in Carrollton. Members donated toys, clothes, and food, and at the December meeting the gifts were wrapped. Two days be- fore Christmas, officers de- livered the gifts to the family of six. Later in the school year, the group worked with the Spanish classes to raise over three-hundred dollars to pay for their rent and elec- tricity. A group of students waits to be in- ducted into the honor society. A post-holidayfpre-final party was given in the home of Tanya Ferencak in Janu- ary where everyone ate quesadiallas and attempted to break the pinata. In March, the club hosted a group of folk singers from Spain with the help of the Spanish Honor Society. The school and community was invited to this performance. In April, the banquet was held at Cantino Laredo's Restaurant, and officer elec- tions were held. In its first full year, the Na- tional Spanish Honor Society succeeded in raising money for the needy family, hosting the folk singers, and induct- ing new members to the chapter. The Spanish Honor Society recognized Spanish students who have main- tained a 93 or better average after at least three semesters in Spanish. ln the spring, the group inducted the new members and announced the officers for the 1988-1989 school year. A folk singer from the University of Madrid performs a Spanish song. 226 SPANISHIHONOR SOCIETY ,ig 4. rf-env Vflv W, nb- V,,JT:wi,' udstwtwg W. .Y tj, uv, '.- .,.. ry -Q,'::"'. 74-'fix-, "vii 1 -1,44 t nl- ,aw . . ,, v k ,sl..v,.,,4. 4' ' N 3.361 First Semester Spanish Honor So- ciety: Bottom Row: Mrs. Nancy Strickland, Ms. Linda Rossman, Sec. A. Harris, V. Pres. A. Kropp, Treas. A. Kosofsky, Mrs. Joyce McClellan. Row 2: B. Lium, G. Burl O'Donnell, W. Gornell, B. G Oursler. Row 3: R. Crosby, R A. Velasco, A. Codina, M. Ne R. Evans, K. Crosby. Bottom Row: Sec. R. 0'Donnell, V. Pres. W. Wetzel, Pres. B. Grady, Hist. T. Fereneak, Treas. T. Crumb. Row 2: Spons. Mrs. Nancy Strick- land, L. Losasso, J. Carlson, N. Truong, A. Kropp, A. Cook, K. Wood, L. Altamirano, D. O'Donnell. Row 3: K. Bailey, L. Fulks, Y. Iman, A. Tindahl, C. Hiemer, A. Zewezlin, R. Evans, J. Velez, L. Alverez, R. Pmit. Row 4: T. Hart, A. Valasco, A. Ohler, C. Brewer, M. Newhouse, J. Smith, C. Fauers, A. Oursler, A. Kosofsky, K. Crosby. Mrs. Stacey, Matt Coon, and Whit- ney Whetzel discuss Spanish culture at a meeting. fig. Ef ,f jx 6 ,., so S? Mrs. Stacey congratulates Michelle Ohler at the Spanish Honor Society induction. 227 'Vief Qfiick German Clubers create special moments at parties, social events, and competitions The German Club had a prosperous year. They started the year selling advent calendars during the Christ- mas season. These popular items were quick sellers. Al- so, during the Christmas sea- son they held a progressive dinner. This helped 'the club members become better ac- quainted with one another. An accordian player visited the club during one of their meetings. This gave students the chance to experience a taste of German culture. To- wards the end of the year, German wrestlers visited the club. The club took the wres- tlers to a German restaurant and showed them around Dallas. This was a pleasant experience for both club members and wrestlers alike. Club members could satisfy their hunger for European delicacies throughout their Kirsten Hoisington and David Miller suggest a new project for the German Honor Society. Bottom Row: Sec. M. Kraemer, V.- Pres. J. Justus, Pres. D. Robertson, Spons. Ms. Gretchen Schwarz. Row 2: B. Robbins, P. Robbins, A. Bader, numerous visits to German restaurants and delis. All to- gether, the Club experienced fun times together and made the year successful. The German Honor Soci- ety got its start on a smashing year. The Honor Society members sold authentic Ger- man gummi bears. It was a successful sale with a sellout during the first week. The one-act play they performed at Austin College Foreign Language Weekend won first place. They held the new member induction at Gail Beckley's house. After induc- tion, they had a ban- quetlpicnic on Mother's Day which was held at a local park. Despite being new this growing group has put togeth- er a profitable and exciting year. Sanjiv Patel models the new fashion in the German Club look. L. Parks, N. King, K. Hoisington. Row 3: C. Giddens, E. Salomone, G. Beckley, D. Miller, M. Johnson, T. Lundgren. Top Row: M. Patel, C. Reynolds, S. Phelan, S. Patel, J. Phillips, D. Lesseps, J. Keating. 3 I 5 7 f f J F Q3 3 J' X N N.. ' . '. -396 Y Jerry Keating and Karina Schulz lis- ten patiently to the instructions that are being given. Derek Robertson and Sanjiv Patel are astounded by a word they cannot pro- IIOUIICC. Bottom Row: G. Beckley, D. Miller, K. Hoisington, S. Patel. Top Row: S. Phelan, ,I. Keating, Spons. Ms. Gretchen Schwarz. Mark Kraemer plays a German mel- ody. GERMAN CLUIUHS 229 Bona Tortuncz Dressed in togas, Latin Club members sing praises to the silent languages The year was exciting for Latin students at N.S.H.S. They planned many activities to spark interest in the Latin language and culture. The year was kicked off with a Get-Acquainted Scav- enger Hunt party at Prestonwood Mall. At the Christmas dinner and induc- tion new members came into the club with a song. Latin members also burned up the lanes with their bowling balls Chrissie Hall and Candy Zim make a Trojan horse out of sticks and bubble gum. Ahn Tran displays her affection for Latin Club. 230 LATIN CLUB at the Winter Bowling Tour- nament which was held in January. lt was not all fun and games, but also hard work and effort when the club went to competition at the Area C Junior Classical League Con- vention. They won several awards and placed in the top ten in the area. The major project for the year was painting a mural of Pompeii on a paper covered wall in Ms. Webb's Latin room. They also sponsored the An- nual Christmas Toy Drive for children. Ending this year with a banquet at Uno's, the club wrapped up another fun- filled year. Jill Jackson, Brooke Olson, Bret Mc- The Latin hall pass shows its Trojan Cabe, Stefanie Dibacco, and Audrey spirit. Dryburgh sing Christmas carols. J.. 5 Kathy Vergos grins happily as she shows the world that she is a Latin Lover. Thomas Smith relaxes while he watches Latin members perform. l 5 ,N . fl, ,f LJ, I rugg 1,14 4' ,,i wi , 5.1, M fr, . an j A ' ,f?L.1 i g '54 ll: ., A Av f, . f. ' :iff .K Q 1 f .uni Iva? f my K , 3: ., Q if V M. gh h,hh A n , , ..............-..-.... 'T . ,M W A' fir f Ai Bottom Row: V.P. B. McCabe, Treas. D. Dunklee, Ms. Colleen Webb, Pres. J. Jackson, Sec. E. Webster. Row 2: T. Smith, H. Noe, C. Hall, L. Baumann, C. Chao, B. Nair, M. Mus- so, L. Trible, T. Carter. Row 3: M. Keating, S. Joseph, R. Boeker, C. Neil Hobbs is caught chewing his bubble gum which will be used to keep his Trojan horse together. Meadows, C. Zim, E. Trible, J. Ramanathan, S. Dibacco, J. Hrad. Row 4: K. Moore, S. Fields, N. Hobbs, E. Malcom, L. Barry, D. Keating, L. Fulks, S. Rielley, C. Ty, A. Dryburgh. Row 5: S. Conner, D. Lesseps, M. Gensler, J. Burnet, C. Bolson, P. Jackson, D. Stutsman, J. Boyd, B. Olson. LATIN CLUB 231 MaQng 5'-fistmy While attending museums, plays, and exhibits, History Club experiences the past first hand The History Club suc- ceeded in providing its mem- bers with enjoyable and ed- ucational outings. Led by sponsors Ms. Butler and Mr. Fracchia, the group concen- trated on broadening their knowledge of the past. After the election of offi- cers, the club held a get- acquainted party for all members. Later, the group traveled to the Jewish Com- munity Center to see the Holocaust Museum in Dal- las. They were guided by a survivor of the Holocaust, Mike Jacobs. During the win- ter, the club attended a per- Bottom Row: Spon. Ms. Slyvia But- ler, Exec. Officer, C. Reynolds, W. Williams, M. Maxwell, Pres. J. Krishnan, Treas. K. Barton, Sec. G. Beckley, N. Troung, Spon. Mr. Tony Fracchia. Row 2: T. Cmmb, T. Fer- encak, A. Echevelli, P. Honda, H. Noe, N. Hobbs, B. Lay. Row 3: J. Daily, P. Cho, J. Lai, C. Tu, S. Hoop- er, P. Schroeder, R. Redden, S. Smith. 232 HISTORY CLUB formance of The Crucible at Brookhaven Community College. The play examined the 18th century Puritan era in America and featured witches and a trial. In March, the group went to the Dallas Museum of Art to view the Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit which showcased the fine ar- chitectural talents ofthe great designer. The group worked together to gain first hand experience of history outside of the class- room. Through their many excursions, the club truly re- ceived excellent lessons. Jayshree Krishnan reviews plans for the field trip to the Dallas Museum of Art. .-si. i Draft otices VICA students draw circles around others to bring home state, district meet winners The an of drafting requires more than just the ability to draw circles and squares. Un- der the leadership of Presi- dent Paul Frank and Sponsor Dave Rotko, the drafting chapter of VICA participated successfully at competition. The district contest held in Waco during February brought home winners in- cluding Sean Ryan, Scott Chris Remalla prepares a blueprint for the March VICA contest in Waco. Thompson, Paul Frank, and Chris Remalia. At state com- petition, the winners were Paul Frank, Scott Thompson, and Sean Ryan. These com- petitions were based on en- gineering and architectural drawings entered by mem- bers. The training VICA members received from the class helpd to prepare them for the future. Rolin Mcliinlay constructs directions for a house. Bottom Row: D. Knight, S. Nichols, J. Perkins. Top Row: C. Remalla, S. Marshall, Spons. Mr. Rotko. Bottom Row: A. McCoy, A. Wage, J. Valez. Top Row: K. Thomas, Spons. Mr. D. E. Park, R. McKinlay. VICA 233 Money, Money The working world brings job experience and puts cash into the pockets of co-opers Co-op courses allowed many students to enter the working world while still at- tending high school. Working presented the opportunity to gain job experience and also to earn extra money. Co- opers would choose fields from office work to market- ing, medicine to engineering. Health occupation stu- dents studied medical ca- reers. Office Education Asso- ':T"'-I-'gf Tracey Volts greets a customer with a friendly "hello" as she answers the phone. 234 VOCATIONS ciation helped students leam more about office and cler- ical work as well as book- keeping. Industrial Coopera- tive Training trained students in engineering. Fi- nally, Home Economics Co- operative Education empha- sized the important aspects of home life. Rob Enright, Janet Welch, and Sean Marshall prepare to sell carnations for DECA. If Carlotta Baker wraps up roses to sell during Homecoming. at 4 i X we 4 i u x wi . p. X 'L ' gf in nur. f-xv -J- ti 9 "' v 13 2 5 ., I , 'L 17, at ,Mg 41 . Tina Howard shows her Christmas spirit. HOSA: Bottom Row: Reporter S. Plaza, V.-Pres. A. Chacko, Treas. J. Lark, Pres. B. Jensen, Sec. K. Melton, Sentinel L. Ruiz, Hist. C. Davis, Parl. D. Spivey. Row 2: Ms. Denita Lewis, H. Patel, D. Pate, S. Smith, M. Rachel, R. Alvarez, D. Da- vis. Row 3: K. Blalock, S. Hammond, M. Black, K. McClellan, V. Vizcarro, R Barrow -V ..,.v...,-4-. 3' Dale Wolf dresses up as Santa Claus to spread the Christmas cheer. VOCATIONS 235 Tina Howard poses on Dale "Santa" Wolfs lap for a photograph button. ICT: Bottom Row: L. Chainy, J. Tabanes, R. Schurrer. Row 2: Spon. Mr. I.ee Roy Simpson, T. Von Feldt, A. Rodriguez. Row 3: S. Morgan, C. Wood. K 'v' 236 VOCATIONS OEA: Bottom Row: Pres. A. Stewart, V.-Pres. J. Whitten, Sec. K. LeBlanc, Treas. L. Lively. Row 2: C. Hilzer, Spon. Ms. Karen I..ewis, C. Moody. Leann Stringer demonstrates the proper way to hold a bird. '51- HERO: Bottom Row: Spon. Ms. Linda Freeman, S. Stien, S. Hodder, K. Hammer, M. Brighton, M. Ste- vens. Row 2: J. Hawkins, G. Bowers, S. Corder, J. Mullen, J. Thou, S. Seabock. Row 3: D. Foor, M. Fast, W. Williams, J. Jones, B. Carter. Holly Herndon asks a customer, "Will that be paper or plastic bags?" CV AE: Bottom Row: Spon. Ms. Cyn- thia Delaney, J. Areabelo, D. Storey Row 2: L. Sandell, R. Poltorak, M Chandler, L. Laudermilk, S. Warden Row 3: D. Culver, S. Alexander, B. Bittner, J. McClendon, D. Willard. Q 9. .Q VOCATIONS 237 DECA: Bottom Row: Spon. Mrs. Clem Lewis, R. Bowles, E. Minelli, K. Cochran, B. Waldrop, Pres. R. En- right, 2nd Yr. V.P. S. Smith, Sec. M. Fry, Spons. Mrs. Sandra Hinesly. Row 2: M. Wallingford, D. F ugitt, C. Murray, T. Ellsworth, B. Griffith, Hist. C. Dobbs, Treas. T. Howard, Photographer M. Davis, S. Chung, P. Altamirano. Row 3: P. Voltz, M. Yar- brough, J. Walters, J. Ackerman, A. Barrett, C. Baker, Leann Stringer, K. Johns, G. Hast. Row 4: S. Valle, J. Hazlewood, D. Smith, A. Robinson, C. Arnold, K. Michaeles, M. Harris, J. Kerrigan, G. Van Wey, J. Hoff- man. Marie Harris awaits a customer's or- Denyse Stark takes a break from tak- der. ing inventory at Inspirations, a ladies clothing store. 238 VOCATIONS E3 4 i t il :Hifi --I Pl Solier Look With eye--eateliing projects, SADD increases student awareness of drunk driving problems The Students Against Drunk Driving worked to in- crease the awareness of the dangers of driving while in- toxicated. Participating in projects such as teenage com- munication, Project Gradua- tion. SADD Awareness Week, and Safe Ride helped the club in seeking new so- lutions to the national prob- lem. During SADD Aware- ness Week, the members used the library windows to dis- play posters urging students to seek an alternative to driv- ing drunk, such as seeking a Mr. Joe Pouney addresses the meet- ing. sober driver. During the Christmas season, they braved the cold weather to tie red ribbons on the cars be- longing to the students and faculty to serve as a reminder to stay off the roads or use a sober driver. Other remind- ers included balloons for Spring Break and ice cream floats for pre-prom. To fight against drunk driving, SADD spent a great deal oftime ed- ucating the student body and asking them to think ofthem- selves and others before driv- ing after drinking alcohol. Howard Lewis and David Beattie be- gin work on the awareness week post- ers. Shalini Ramanathan pencils the let- ters for the SADD awareness week banner. Bottom Row: Mr. Joe Pouncy, Spons., C. Hall, Pres.. C. Morgan, V.P.. P. Greenwood, Sect., C. Stafford. 'l'reas. Row 2: J. Wang. K. llall, D. O'DonneIl, N. Blair. I.. Shelton, C. Chao, A. Holmes, D. Samples, B. Anderson. Row 3: C. Bolson, A. Reynolds. M. Tabor, G. Slolar, J. Burnet, N. Lockwood, S. Riley, S. Oelcrug, .l. lee. SADD 239 Club members prepare for the real world by taking part in school organizations People get involved in clubs for many different reasons. Some join for the social events, while others participate for the aesthetic value on their college application. Also, many participate because they feel that their involvement will give them a head stan on their futures. Organizations such as Future Teachers of America and voca- tional clubs preparestudents for the employment they will seek after graduation. They also help students decide if their possible career choices are properly suited for them. "I feel that being in F.T.A. has given me more of a perspective of whata teacher really does," states Karen Jackson, junior. "Doing activities like helping teachers' grade papers has shown me how much time this job really takes and made me take a second look at education and ask myself 'Is this what I really want to do?"' Through the Technical Intemship Program CTIPJ, students like Mami Kemer, senior have the opportunity to work in a real office environment. "This year I've been involved in TIP which is basically just an intemship," says Mami. "During the week I go downtown to work, and this has shown me how much fun working can be and also how expensive working downtown can be." She went on to add that in the future before she considers a job, she will look at factors such as traveling and parking conditions as well as working conditions. Clubs aimed towards community service such as the Key Club and SPARK. prepare students to benefit society both in the present and the future through activities such as canned food drives and nursing home visits. "I really enjoy being in the Key Club," says Swati Modi, junior. "Working with people at the nursing home and doing community service makes me feel good about myself because I am helping others." Honor societies such as the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, German Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta teach students the necessity of not only excelling academically but also the importance of possessing strong leadership skills. In order to be admitted to one of these organizations, students must meet certain criteria some of which include not only academic requirements but also community involvement. Many students shape their futures around experiences they have in high school. Clubs and organizations prove themselves to be more than just fun but practical, also. One can gain insight into certain fields of employment and service as well as into practical skills outside or the classroom. Jennifer Bennet and Aaron Kelllng learn the basics ofretail sales as they wrap roses sold for DECA funds. HW iw Q We V ?-is lcl Coon explores a career ln architecture as he drafts blueprlnts of a aaper stall' members Kristen Grant and Leslie Bohannon practice lay signs at a summer workshop W of A? we lf rw V- . -to "This year I've been Involved in TIP which is basically just an in- ternship. During the week I go downtown to work, and this has shown me how expensive -work- ing can be and also how expen- sive working downtown can he." - Marni Kerner, senior W :star W ,M Wi i ' I feel that being in FTA has glven me more of a perspectlve on what a teacher really does Doing activities luke helping teachers grade papers has shown me how much time this job really takes and made me take a second look at education and ask myself 'Is this what I re- ally want to do""' Karen Jackson, junior "I really enjoy being ln the Key Club. 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Other FHA Mark Greco is pleased with his bowl- ing score at the FHA bowling party. activities included a visit to the March of Dimes Haunted House, a Christmas progres- sive dinner, a bowling party, and a trip to the FHA con- vention in Fort Worth. FHA had the honor oftheir chapter president, Derisa Duncan, being elected as a state officer. There were only twelve officers to represent the entire state. Derisa Duncan, FHA state corre- sponding secretary, leads a workshop on leadership at a convention. 242 FHA Bottom Row: Mrs. Karne Gibson, Mrs. Debra Wint, C. Santilli, C. Hodder, D. Duncan, H. Monk, A. Rowe, Mrs. Mary Funk. Row 2: K. Cropp, K. Hall, M. Brighton, K. Hammar, W. Williams, A. Herr, R. Enright, H. Noble. Row 3: D. Carmichal, S. Stein, S. Weens, J. Twedt, E. Catalano, C. Murray, C. Wolfe, S. Thompson, D. Smith. Row 4: S. Sherwood, J. Perkins, P. Sim- mons, S. Johnson, S. Aleman, J. Per- kins, B. Keener, K. Meinzer, L. James. Row 5: S. Brown, D. Dinda, A. Copp, J. Decker, M. Greco, C. Brewer, K. Green, A. Finger, A. Vel- leff. t Stay In Cfass While participating in contests and projects, FTA'ers prepare for educational careers The Future Teachers of America CFTAJ led an active year with its many projects and achievements. Before school began, the officers met and discussed plans for the year. They first painted a banner welcoming teachers back to school. They then re- introduced the "Help the Teacher" program where teachers were provided an aide for one afternoon every two weeks. This program continued throughout the year. The chapter hosted the District Ten Leadership Con- ference and the District Con- vention in the fall with mem- bers Tyra Crumb, District Ten President, and Karen Jackson, District Corre- sponding Secretary, leading workshops where North Tex- Stephanie Tupta, Tyra Crumb, Jayshree Krishnan, and Kathryn Scott enjoy the State Convention. Genevieve Adams and Jayshree Krishnan discuss the workshop at the State Convention. Karen Jackson greets the District Ten FTA members at the Leadership Conference. as FTA'ers met to gain lead- ership skills and understand the teaching profession. At the Convention, the club was awarded "Most Outstanding Chapter" with individual awards for Hong Noe, Chris Reynolds, Janaki Ramanathan, and Jayshree Krishnan. Also, Swati Modi was elected District Ten Fi- nancial Secretary. The group also held three socials throughout the year, including the Halloween and Christmas parties and the an- nual spring banquet. ln Feb- ruary, nine members and Mr. Dewar attended the State Convention in Dallas. They attended workshops and met FTA members from through- out the state. The most out- standing moment was when Jayshree Krishnan won first place in the state Miss FTA speech contest. In April, the group hosted a program in which Dr. Wil- liamson, a UNT professor, addressed the members on education of future teachers. The FTA chapter, success- ful in their endeavors, ended the year with officer elections and aspirations for a great fu- ture. Bottom Row: Spon. Mr. Walter Dew- ar, V.P. T. Crumb, Treas., L. Kelley, Corres. Sec., E. Webster, Pres. K. Jackson, Parl., S. Modi, I-list. S. Tupta. Row 2: H. Noe, L. Alvarez, G. Bamcord, S. Echeverri, K. Scott, K. Hoisington. Row 3: N. Hobbs, G. Ad- ams, B. Nair, J. Ramanathan, A. Cook, C. Reynolds, A. Kosofsky. FTA 243 Qlhove Average NHS's efforts in the community and school provide aid in academics, area social services The National Honor Soci- ety recognized outstanding students who excel in aca- demics, character, and lead- ership. Eligibility for accept- ance required a 93 overall average followed by an ap- plication listing activities and volunteer work. The mem- bers then worked together to contribute to the school and community. In the fall, the members participated in the canned food scavenger hunt for the needy. Every team enjoyed competing for first place and collecting hundreds of cans for the less fortunate. During the holiday season, the soci- ety donated clothes and food to the Metrocrest Service Center and delivered Christ- mas candies to a nursing home. Bottom Row: Spons. Mrs. Nancy Strickland, Pres. H. Quinones, Prg. Chrmn. B. Olson, Hist. L. Melkus, Publ. Chrmn. L. Losasso, Treas. B. Grady. Row 2: J. Abmayr, D. Dunk- lee, T. Shieh, K. Barton, J. Jackson, L. Bozco, S. Dibaccio, A. Dryburgh, K. Hoisington, A. Kropp, G. Scheiber, E. Haney. Row 3: A. Phil- lips, A. George, M. Patel, J. Lee, R. 0'Donnell, M. Newhouse, A. ln- gebritson, K. Bailey, K. Inness, C. Brewer, V. Bruanr, J. Perkins. Row 4: G. Burnett, K. Crosby, T. Smith, A. Kosofsky, E. Webster, T. Lundgren, N. Jackson, C. Brewington, C. Kel- son, A. Codina, A. Velasco. Row 5: C. Seiler, C. Miller, S. Patel, S. Wilt, W. Gornall, W. Wetzel, M. Mat- sushita, S. Coffey, J. Elkins, D. Schmidt. Row 6: S. Suiter, K. Thom- as, L. Trible, J. Hoffman, S. Phelan, B. McCabe, K. Clay, C. Van Arsdale, S. Crosby, H. Schroeder. Top Row: J. Piepmeier, R. Evans, M. Mayberry, H. Crutsinger, A. Brashear, A. Shah, A. Johnson, J. Bodnar, D. Oes- trecher. 244 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY In April, the group contin- ued their service by partic- ipating in the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon at White Rock Lake. Members solicited pledges and walked around the lake to raise funds for the organization battling birth defects. ln addition to these proj- ects, the NHS benefitted their own classmates. Every member spent at least one hour tutoring students in any troublesome course. This project continued throughout the year. To celebrate the outstand- ing year, the NHS members attended the May banquet where the new officers were inducted and plans were dis- cussed for improving the so- ciety for an even more pro- ductive year. Janine Abmayr straightens her "dunce hat" after being kidnapped for NHS. N. Bryan Thompson gives Thomas Jackie Elkins pins Jeff Piepmeier Smith the traditional National Honor during the fall National Honor So- Society pin at the induction. ciety induction ceremony. X s 'IMX Adam Kosofsky tutors Charity Heimer for his NHS service project. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 245 Matn Counts Mu Alpha Theta and Math Club prove that, in the end, everything adds up This was the initial year of Mu Alpha Theta, the nation- al math honor society. Only students in Algebra ll or higher level math courses with an 85 average in honors or a 93 average in regulars were considered for member- ship. For acceptance, each student had to receive teach- er approval of his conduct. Ninety-five members accept- ed the challenge which Mu Alpha Theta presented at a traditional induction held in the spring. Mu Alpha Theta was ded- icated to serving the school in math related areas. Society members were required to give a minimum of two hours of service a month. Members could either participate in a math competition or serve in Mu Alpha Theta: Top Row: Spon. Mrs. Jean Kihler, V.-Pres. C. Seiler, T. Sheih, J. Jackson, H. Quinones, L. Melkus, B. Grady, J. Piepmeier, D. Oestreicher, J. Tremblay. Row 2: S. Park, M. Patel, J. Lee, R. 0'Donnell, S. DiBacco, A. Dryburgh, E. Haney, Treas. A. Kropp, H. Schroeder, I. Kaiho, Q. Wienteer. Row 3: C. Nguyen, R. Evans, A. Kosofsky, E. Webster, T. Lundgren, G. Scheiber, D. Inness, C. Brewer, S. Humphries, J. Powell, G. Beckley, J. Bodnar. Row 4: C. Lee, S. Modi, Sec. K. Crosby, T. Smith, N. Jackson, C. Brewington, C. Kelson, A. Codina, A. Velasco, T. Sanker, J. Collins. 246 MATHIMU ALPHA THETA the math lab. The math lab was held before and after school and was open to any- one needing help in math. In the future, Mu Alpha Theta hopes to sponsor a jun- ior high math competition as a fund raiser. They also hope to induct more members next year and be a valuable asset to Newman Smith. The Math Club excelled in all its competitions through- out the year. At the Univer- sity of Dallas competition, the club garnered first place sweepstakes. At the Berkner and Wylie competitions, they received second place sweep- stakes. The top individual winners included Brad Wil- son, Tapash Palit, Chinh Nguyen, Ross Evans, and Bil- ly Grady. Adam Kosofsky is congratulated by Jason Phillips upon induction in Mu Alpha Theta. 1 1 n 1 0 fr Y 1 .W 1 H-grain: Ax.,- M x K strive ' I . Math Club: Top Row: Spon. Mrs. Jean Kibler, R. Evans, M. Newhouse, T. Shieh, B. Grady, G. Barncord, T. Kang, Spon. Mrs. Penny Franklin. Row 2: J. Lee, J. Kiss, J. Keating, T. Lundgren, M. Lewis, J. Gibbs, B. Wilson. Row 3: A. Codina, A. Kropp, M. Garrett, C. Nguyen, J. Wang, J. Varughese, T. Palit. Row 4: N. Jack- son, C. Kelson, S. Crosby, D. Schmidt, B. McCabe, A. Shah, S. Patel. Mu Alpha Theta member, Terry Shieh, tutors Amy Cook in the after school math lab. Sponsor Mrs. Jean Kibler talks to Jeff Piepmeier about the Berkner competition in April. Ross Evans, Brad Wilson and Jerry Keating question a study problem from the National Math Exam. 247 Brain games Olympics of the Mind uses mcentiveness to sweep district and advance to regionals lhe two Olympics ol the Mind KOMJ teams advanced to regional eompetitions after hard work and practice The Eraser Heads l986 State C hampions returned to com petition with their balsa wood strueture After praetle ing an average often hours a week they won first place at the district competition and received fifth place 'it region- lflraser lleads: Bottom to 'I'op: J. Jus- tus, J. Phillips, D. Taft, S. Patel, IVI. Kraemer, .l. Abmayr, J. Goldwater. als They entered their bridge and participated in the prob lem solving program Thls team had worked together for tour years The other team the K Mart Club received sixth place at regionals after winning hrst at district in their division. In their second year together this team showed great promise. K-Mart Club: Bottom Row: J. Bodnar, D. 0'lJonnelI, A. Cook, P. Rafat. Row 2: R. O'Donnell, B. Wil- son, J. Gibbs, Ms. Penny Franklin. 248 UM David O'llonnelI laughs at Brad Wil- son's agitation over a new project. Amy fook practices her mermaid look at an OM practice. 9 i-ii'f f N just JZLSK Whiz Quiz beats the buzzer to answer questions from geometry to geography The Whiz Quiz team exhib- ited its knowledge and ability to successfully compete in its many victorious meets. They practiced after school for the competitions every Monday. They covered areas such as government, history, geogra- phy, current events, and sci- Jerry Keating, member of Whiz Quiz, studies all of the possible aspects of current events before a match sched- uled for the next day. ence. Changing mere trivia knowledge to right answers, the team defeated many area schools such as Greenhill, the Episcopal School of Dallas, and the TAG Magnet School in matched play. Their matches continued through semi-finals in March. Bottom Row: M. Gensler, S. Wilson, M. Kraemer, A. Johnson. Top Row: Spon. Mrs. Pat Dedmon, M. Lewis, T. Palit, J. Bodnar. f""'R Aaron Johnson reviews information on American history prior to the Greenhill match. , XJ g., A wuiz QUIZ 249 Back to ,State Academic Decathlon triumphs at Regionals and returns to State with a winning attitude The Academic Decathlon team successfully represented the school at both the region- al competition and the state meet. Just like athletes, the team practiced daily for com- petition. They met fourth pe- riod and after school to study, write, perform speech- es, and to work together as a team. They prepared for the ten separate events including literature, math, physics, the French Revolution, the his- tory of flight, and an inter- view. They attended the re- gional competition where they earned the second place Bottom Row: M. Matsushita, P. Prejean, T. Sheih, Mrs. Smith. Row 2: Mr. Jump, G. Barncord, R. Evans, T. Lundgren. Row 3: Geoff Poirer, D. Lesseps, J. Boy'd. honor and the opportunity to compete at the state level. All competing members received at least one medal at the re- gionals. Returning to the state l0ur- nament the second year in a row was a great accomplish- ment. To add to this feat, Jimmy Boyd received a gold medal in the math competi- tion. Through their knowl- edge and perseverance, the Academic Decathlon team brought outstanding recogni- tion to themselves and to the school. The members congratulate them- selves after the second place victory at the regional competition. Terri Shieh and Maggie Matsushita review the literature notes before competition. Ross Evans and Mike Newhouse con- centrate on the history of flight notes in preparation for the Super Quiz. 240 ACADEMIC DECATHLON was A av. 'Q G fi i J 0 "Nye, QE, it W A gf! flflfefcome Wagon Student Council greet s new students and serves the school and community The Student Council worked together to provide a better school atmosphere and serve the community. First, they introduced a project to welcome new students to Smith. The students were in- vited to the bi-weekly New- comer's meeting where mem- bers provided conversation and refreshments. Also, new students were given a "buddy," or council member, to acquaint them with the lifestyle of the student body. The Student Council also sponsored various programs to help the community. In December, they solicited clothing from the school for the needy. In April, they con- ducted the annual blood Mary Giles addresses the student body during the Horatio Alger award assembly to honor Robert Fiore. drive in connection with the Wadley Blood Bank. Over 200 pints of blood from stu- dents and faculty members were donated in one day. The Council regulated var- ious elections throughout the year. They ran the Home- coming court elections and also monitored elections for class officers in the spring. In April they held their own election for 1988-1989 offi- cers. The group also attended the District III Convention for Texas Student Councils. There they were elected the president school of the Dis- trict and will host the 1989 convention. Student Council members gather to sing Christmas carols at the holiday party. mi 'ka 'xo Bottom Row: S. Sikes, V. Pres. J. Smith, Pres. M. Giles, C. Mead- ows, Spons. Mrs. Susan Hefner. Row 2: S. Eapen, A. Cook, J. Ramanathan, N. Hobbs, K. Davis, J. Ackman. Row 3: Y. Son, L. Brester, C. Seiler, T. Sanker, C. Searcy, J. Laubenthal, K. Crosby. Top Row: P. Jackson, D. Giles, D. Gif- fen, S. Hooper, R. Pruitt, M. Gensler. Diane Stiner receives support after giving blood at the Student Council blood drive during April. STUDENT COUNCIL 251 Bottom Row: Sec. C. Chao, Mrs. La Donna Conners, Sec. A. Lewis, Pres. G. Beckley, Hist. L. Berry, D. Mathis. Row 2: K. Barrick, D. Over- ree, D. Holt, M. Bell, L. Altimarano, K. Frawley, S. Wilmost, K. Murray. Row 3: C. Norton, J. Wang, J. Lee, C. Murray, E. Coplan, A. Ohler, G. Sto- lar, M. Tabor. Row 4: T. Crumb, A. Ousler, K. Fadkey, K. Hall, J. Ramanathan, C. Tu, J. Lai, P. Cho. A group of students gather to watch the RLT car smash that the Key Club sponsored. 252 KEYCLUB President Gail Beckley informs mem- bers about upcoming events. K. .5X,g"'Z W. 'ls ie ix I i l i x 5 I Wm Q1 "W""'7 :" " Ps' 5. - 4353352-T354-. W. ig:W,3: .i,.. ' ' '4..r,11' M' " L ggi." f' ,ily-". .o: X - 'Z T .. 1 v. ,se , , Sv-5"f"' 4 sg . stil 'V K 5- 'St - ., Rt. .. Q ess 1 1 Key 'Io Success Key Club helps services community areas with drives and visitations to aid others The Key Club helped serve the community. In October, they assisted at the March of Dimes Haunted House. Dur- ing November, the club spon- sored a canned food drive which successfully collected over 2,500 cans for the needy. At Christmas time, members visited Northwood Manor, an area nursing home, to make wreaths for residents. They also made hearts on Valentine's Day and bunnies at Easter at Chris Norton clowns around during a pizza party meeting. Northwood Manor. ln April, the Key Club held a Secretary Appreciation Day to honor the secretaries at school. Lat- er in the year, members at- tended the National Key Club Convention in Oklaho- ma City. There, our chapter competed in areas including scrapbook, photography, and drama. Angel Lewis won an award in oratory. Overall, the Key Club had a very success- ful year. John Lee takes a few notes about a future project he plans to assist. A student helps load a van full of canned goods for the needy. KEY CLUB 253 5?f2lQUQ Tfugs While working to form close companionship, Smith peer advisory offers help to others S.P.A.R.K. fSmith Peer Advisors Reaching Kidsj was a one semester course which incorporated the use of peer relationships as a means of helping people overcome problems and deal with spe- cial situations. Members learned to help others through a variety of activi- ties. For example, SPARK visited area elementary schools as well as a local nurs- ing home. There, each mem- ber received a "buddy,' or friend to talk with. Each se- mester, the group sold Fuzzy Grams and backrubs to ti- Jackie Elkins hold Kristyn Jones in a peculiar position while playing "Statue," a game which tests non- verbal communication skills. 254 SPARK nance a weekend retreat. Both retreats were spent at Eisenhower Park on Lake Murray. During the year, SPARK students had the opportunity to attend Brain Works to re- ceive additional training in listening and communication skills. All in all, SPARK had a 'Q busy and successful year. They made contributions not only to the school but also to the surrounding community. Jenni Page gives a backruh to Colin Noble to raise funds for SPARK. . K Bottom Row: L. Losasso, C. Murray, J. Page, P. Huling, W. Glenn, T. Graffeo. Row 2: L. Parks, T. Brumfield, B. Wicker, C. Bass, K. 5 Williams, T. Hart. Row 3: R. Fiore, C. Van Arsdale, R. Pruitt, K. Moore, Mrs. Connie Foor. Row 4: Ms. Lou- isa Harrington, J. Boyd, T. Allinder, 5.4 i' N. Naverrete, J. Huber, G. At Mrs. Sandi Haltom. O NV Bottom Row: C. Vanderlight, G. Hupfauer, D. Cannon, K. Leas, W. Gomall, P. Leas. Row 2: K. French, K. Bailey, K. Coker, C. Covey, Mrs. Connie Foor, E. Lockman, S. Suiter. Row 3: S. Guenther, S. Allen, Miss Karen Norris, S. Johnson. Row 4: J. Elkins, M. Giles, J. Woodman, S. Crosby, C. Cannon, M. Anderson, C. Kelson. Top Row: M. Gensler, M. Sheeran, M. Whitmer, A. Harris. I ff Corby Van Arsdale stays within the Andy Harris and Ginger Hupfauer lines while coloring fuzzy games dur- study a book about teens during class. SPARK 255 Mowetrap Caught in a frenzy of computer equipment, Odyssey staff produces updated school news "Starting over" could have been the theme for the school's Odyssey newspaper staff this year. With only two retiuning staff members including herself, Leslie Bohannon, editor-in- chief, taught new staff members tricks of the trade in the newspa- per business. During the summer, several staff members attended a journal- ism workshop where they found new ideas and were given addi- tional lessons in writing. Out of the workshop, a new nameplate idea and new design ideas were conceived. It was at the work- shop that staff members first saw the demon that would dominate their staff life while fascinating them as they spent long hours learning a new system. This new item was a wonderful set of Macintosh computers and print- ers and the new Desktop Publish- ing system. A jump from Exacto knives and line tape to electronic jour- nalism caused an enormous change in the way the staff Larae Peninger and Michele Meyers call area businesses to find ad buyers. worked to produce the final prod- uct each month. Little by little staff members leamed to use the computers to create ads, stories, and art work. Each of these ad- vancements helped students to control their production even more. While staff members learned to use and enjoy the computer system, their readers leamed to "hate" and enjoy the most popular part of the newspa- per which was a column written by Jason Goldwater entitled "From the Head Senior." The staff also had two District Journalism winners in the catego- ries of newswriting and editorial writing. Jeff Dalton placed first in news, and Amy Martin placed second in editorials. Along with these winners and most of the present staff retuming for next year and a number of creative writers from Joumalism I joining the staff, the newspaper staff for next year already has a head start... even though it will still be hard to get along with our com- puter mice Qmouses?J. Editor Leslie Bohannan reviews a feature that Amy Martin and Angie Davis are typing on the computer. 256 NEWSPAPER ,, . . B get-1 3 . 5 """""' ,153 'Q .-'ig . . ' ii , . A r. '51 133: H is -.nf ff' X X 'Ss f l I Jeff Dalton, Christee Moon, and Kristen Grant watches as Jason Tracey Haselden discuss an upcom- Goldwater stretches his horizons to ing issue. get new ideas. Xxx! f C Bottom Row: Ad. Mgr. L. Peninger, Asst. Ed. K. Grant, A. Martin, Ed- itor-in-Chief L. Bohannan. Row 2: J. Goldwater, Ad. Mgr. M. Meyers, A. Davis, Asst. Ed. J. Dalton, T. Haselden, Spons. Mrs. Betsy Coltharp. NEWSPAPER 257 Bottom Row: J. Piepmeier, S. Thompson, A. Kropp, S. Fields, B. Olson, N. Blair, S. Sparkman, D. Overree. Middle Row: C. Franklin, T. Kettman, T. Crumb, C. Brewington, G. Adams, T. Sanker, C. Vanderlight, K. Studdert, M. Palmer. Back Lad- der: G. Burnett, N. Jackson, R. Mcllaniel, M. Mathews, T. Haw- kins, J. Tremblay, Mrs. Betsy Coltharp. Carrie Brewington compares grids on the academic pages. A X, . xxx ' an fr ' .-L... K -rg L... 258 YEARBOOK 9 Ai i Tyra Crumb and Nicki Blair choose pictures for the Clubs division page while Genevieve Adams and Susan Sparkman mount copy on art board. Photographers Merideth Mathews and Andrea Chapman tell secrets about their co-staffer, Jason Blair. 'N A l w. 1" - if .. . " :, 5 .!, A. . Q -1' N9 1 if E' :E v 7 Taye rmzKer fait QD! With advancements of the computer, yearbook outdates the pen and feather When most students re- ceive their copy ofthe year- book, they browse through the pages looking for pictures of friends and reading about the organizations and activ- ities to which they belong. The twenty-nine yearbook staff members and their sponsor, Mrs. Betsy Coltharp, view the book in drastic contrast. The staffers open the book anxiously awaiting the final product from nine months of contin- uous work. During the summer, half of the staff attended a publica- tion workshop at Eastfield College where they learned the fundamentals of layout and copy writing and photog- raphy techniques and how to successfully working a theme into a book. At the workshop, the group first discussed the "Lucky 13" theme. They brainstormed the numerous superstitions in society and considered how these could be incorporated with New- man Smith and the Iliad. As soon as school began, Mrs. Coltharp supervises the editors, Brooke Olson, April Kropp, and Sherri Fields as they proofread turned in layouts. the staff started working. They spent time enforcing important terms, techniques, and procedures. Then the members were separated into staffs. That is where the ac- tion really began. The book became an active part to the staffers lives whether alpha- betizing hundreds of mug- shots, typing copy on the new computers till the letters blurred together, printing pictures over and over until perfect, or keeping abreast of all activities at 2335 N. Josey Lane. During all this work to meet deadlines, the members unified to form a group that respected each other and worked together with a pos- itive attitude. With a little bit ofluck, lots of hard work, and endless as- sistance from editors Sherri Fields, April Kropp, and Brooke Olson and Mrs. Coltharp, the Iliad staff worked together to produce a memory book documenting the lives of the lucky student body. The Student Life staff, Tina Haw- kins, Chrissy Franklin, and Desiree Overree, choose pictures for the "Big Pain" feature. .VA The Academics Sta1T. Tiffany Sanker, Amp Spurgeon. Amy Fisher, Cindy Yanderlight. and Carrie Brewington, Amy Fisher puts stickers on mug organize pictures and copy forthe Ex- shots in preparation to identify and ecutiwe Committee pages. organize them for layouts. tt I ! , gf ,?k,,' L--, 1' L 5 -Q ' Shelley Thompson, Copy Editor, Brooke Olson helps the other Ads checks captions on the computer. staff members, Renee McDaniel and Tina Kettman finalize a layout. 260 YEARBOOK is Photographers Ryan Stewart and Chen Huang label the color negatives and photos. Sherri Fields checks proofs during the summer for the 1986-1987 Iliad. Mrs. Coltharp explains how to use the flash while Tyra Crumb, April Krovp, and Genevieve Adams discuss feature copy. Q Joe Tremblay and Kim Studdert help Jeff Piepmeier pick the best nega- tives. 'Q S 3 Fe 7 '. ' ,l W fi X, ,Q - fx A ll ' 1 rw in V' an 55 -. Gina Burnett prepares the teachers' yearbooks display. Michael Palmer, Nancy Jackson, and Gina Burnett prepare the sports scoreboard pages. YEARBOOK 261 .'4, : 1. 4 f, . -, .. "-' . . ..,, H JZ- fi- f'-'T' , , 'Q ,,'H!4 213' 4" 11" ' ' :I .V : J - A . VV VV V V V . . . A..1V , ., .. , ,, .. ,A V IQQVVI .V .V ,E-,V .,x,,. - :.: MEI. VEVV g:,..,: f ..:: f,.:,., .Eg ,v.-: 5.31 ..,L.,,,,: 3 if .-., 5 ,..:. ,V ,Ev -:,.-f 1 Um.: V IL,L: 'Lff M ,.,. ,.. .. .,,x, -H M 'H Shelley Thompson - w s , A10 ,J fa K 4 , I . . s N"-.,V 'wwf' A . in . K V 1 Q ia. V X 1 ' M J. 6 .4 3 V! 1 rf Shcrrilficlds W' h V V ' ' V N V Q? . ,Q lf., 33 Nancy Jackson ' Ryan Stewart -wp-we-1 X , an A .HM ..,.. X g W. e : , ., . , 5 , .. 1 ,..,, - ,.,,-.- - - ...., . -- 1 1-,,,. ,-1 'H' '-f Ar, , ,,., ' 'M " .,, ' , ..., ., , , ,. 5 1' 5 M , 2 XX I jf l 4 if i ' 2 0 f ' 1 , lf N' 'Ti I x Q43 Q W ,S "lr W2 .,.........,a.sr' 'L-'-""" """ 1- A-am-'-au.. ,,..,...-nun y n Jw, 31? W, mln.: Wu 5,54 I 5 Vgaf, iw? 1 , -fnylt A . W 1 . - -':W1"'C ' 'i' G-I '5--5121-'ltkgifirwit EEXVLUCY-''iii-"i-iltf.u . .- T W.-V. i"i.bf'f7?M2 3- ' it 'EE-lzxiicsifki. . 31. " ,X ifils 3331 4325351-Z'91f5','fVi' , .. i',"35'5i"i -il '7, it 'L . iii-5215" "I-"If I'f"'A Q. ' ' '-5"i?'fi' I ' if 1. i.. Love, Dad, Beth f Carissa, and Brandon Mom and Grandma ,W K... ,,,, 5 2112952 - ,2X,. Xaaa, a-a-a2 , .,1, A . .tt k.,x,A , .rsygfxxr f. 1 . anqal, ,ah.,a ,wa ,VE I... - . , K, W, 5, ,,,, :.,,.,,,,.,H 5. M, ., J I ,, a'aa . . .,,. CGNGRATULATIONS SCGTT DAVID REEVES The Golden Chain Friendship is a golden chain, The links are friends so dear, And like a rare and precious jewel It's treasured more each year... It's clasped together firmly With a love that's deep and true, And it's rich with happy memories And fond recollections, too... Time can't destroy its beauty For, as long as memory lives, Years can't erase the pleasure That the joy of friendship gives... And the golden chain of friendship Is a strong and blessed tie Binding kindred hearts together As the years go passing by. Helen Rice Love Always, Debbie, Jennifer, Christine, Kristen, Michelle, and Amy MICHELLE BELL SENIOR '88 Michelle you're our dream come true. You have always filled our lives with love, joy, and laughter. We are so proud of you and love you very much. Mom, Dad, and Matthew i, ,Q - -' 1:1 -3:1 1 ti 4 1 i r-.,f 5. , y ,. ..... 5' 4 L ' f "-- lg .... , -- ' M--A ,- . it V . ,t fa . Y. so A f W" cf' 'K :ov 21-Q1 , fs N vt -.tw f i ---- , 4 ,,.., i -K aw ,,.- , ,,k.f , ,f,, : Q f1,,,,,k:,M,,,5-,,,w,,,,,w,1 5 ww F ,, Our favorite Brownie has grown up far too fast. We're proud of you, Susan. You light up our lives! Congratulations! - -ag1'Lg2,t was ax- Ei 1 Mom, Dad, Rick, Ryan, 8a Geraldine fthe dogl rf "9 I' t 'X W Congratulations Jason! You have worked hard and accomplished much. We are very proud of you! As you go on to college and through life, always remember who you belong to and continue to serve Him. We have enjoyed watching you grow up and we wish you a happy and successful life. Much Love, Mom, Dad Mark 8: Jennifer sf . , ii E 3 , i 4 f ' - !..-!-, 1,2 H --iy !..-- , ag mais .5 3 mi ,M xEL2s,g'fii.' rf ' ff" zz rf' a ! ,. st L., .M .-:,, ,I f . ,E mm. W., 5 .. ffg- 1,11 ,sagws 1 3 .ka ,,,,,, . f f , uitfii f l ADS 265 2 f ra - I K Q , -up ,, . . ,, K, .51 it Q ,p L , l 1 , - ' X . f i .- , Jigga- mar: sv11i.sgcQWwE iw . zzswaf y ' ,z . :.i4.:yL 1,1-aj'xiQ:i?i gg x at - - in 1v,i:z::'xi. S . Q Q ,n ix , ,,,, .!.,.,,.,if tr 1, fy, H -1 gggva. ,aw X ?' Q is . T, aa , ' ?1'Sy,,w1s, ai.-rw -,ff MX 'El5'211fi,:5f: ' 'qi .wz,gSfjgk:,k3M,, ?5l5a:5aav',jY,45fsf:g. 9, N . gay fa, , ag: i s,f.f1w,i r -r 4. 1215, ...v ' . Q , ,521 gil: ,ui . , 51 ,ma K9 354 ,ages Q, ,.. f ata ,f,aa,t, fp' ft, .Q 41 'w K ba. saw i .we , And He gave us the most precious gift a daughter Karen Denise It's impossible to measure just how dear and precious you are, and the joys that you've given us time and time again. It's impossible to measure just how much we love you and wish for you the very best of everything today and your whole life through. We love you very much and are so proud of you! Mom, Dad, 84 John wr g xx, , Fwy", 1, K " v re . , M, ' um 'M iii? fi , , ' V5 ,t,i . f vxrw,,:. .. , . . .... .r... gg . A. I , .M ig. ,a ,W ,. , ,, -l . ,... 1 i,5,ii:t,, f-,- .W M f r. ,. ii M '53'?fr5g:g'i!i5 .tml 7 X, P . ew A 'm'-, , 1 st? it . M M14 3 eww in e ' ' if , ..., . yt-fs: .,x ,Xxx S Q , Aim-e ,Ama .ra . I S ,Ar Q2,,3f5,za1f 4 4 i t 7.,"t-we , . . 5255, 7. F '- l X i'tfgj'gQ.--is f .wlapf K-3 X i 5 Lara Christine Williams Romans 8:28 All Our Love, Mom Dad we . ,' .l it., A it A ,. J Q x H , ' e' F i V, ETS:i'.Fwbl?,1'm.,55i, -fk'Esi1,,1i'l Z'if.?,' 'QSMf.52,1i5:5iff.2fJ-f'i yi fi- J viii? fri 1" -', L,1'?U1Ei1QFdllgii.M31 -31: E9 f wk iw ,113'E5f:i',,ii?'!'S-ilk if , Q 1 - X '-" X . , 'ly' 'X " ' i , 1 , ' 4 7 at i :si T m K ,fir , 'K l i . w l s f or ' ' + - f f A . Q, . s ,, 1 ,. ,,,. . 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Q , . i P I Love, Mom, George, 8a Emily Congratulations Jennifer! We are so proud of you. May all your dreams come mme!! 5' v-1-wt , ,A , Mary, With pride in all you've been and all you've become, with love for the very special person you will always be! Love, Mom, Dad, Betsy, and Eric -cd V Ktpt, N-, eg . 2 . We're Proud of you Jennifer Congratulations ,Q 1 e and Ag v "5-R13 Q 1 f t wiv f .-, ,7- Best Wishes! tn Mom, Dad, Robert, 8: Rusty 1' N A I' Ag 2 in xxx XYZ. f,,' Q,- ziigg, e f ' ,,g,,5 - , . ,J 55? -my "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." - Ralph Waldo Emerson p A. was uf? A we .. w Q . 1 ,- s Na--sf, l l 'N vm " ws' I R et" ' HEATHER GWILLIAM 3 y. CLASS OF 88 Dear Heather, Congratulations on achieving the first of many milestones of your adult life. By the time you read this you will be off to college and on your own. what better time for us to tell you how much we love you and how pleased we are with you. No parents could be prouder. It seems like only moments ago that we held you as a newborn. How thrilled we were that you blessed us by coming to live with usp how terrified we were of the responsibility to teach you, keep you safe and prepare you for life. At the time it seemed that it would be such a long time, in retrospect it has passed much too quickly. You have prepared yourself well for life, you have made wise choices. Your vision is dedicated to success, doing your best, making the world a better place and most irrportantly loving and' caring for others. we have learned more from you than you have learned from us. we will always be here if you need us, not so nuch now as parents but as friends. with eager anticipation we look forward to sharing the joy in your life to come: the sinple things and the great events, your marriage, your children, your successes and your failures. Our joy will come not from our participation but from the joy they bring to you and our joy in reliving these moments from our life with you. Our legacy to you is to continue to strive for all good things, set your goals and work hard to earn the joy of success, accept your failures and learn from them, but above all else every day of your life continue to inprove your life, your marriage, your family. The greatest joy in your life will come from this quest. we bless you with love and joy as you have blessed us. Love Mom and Dad :,,,k,,, .. . K , .,, ,, , V, K: , Z if r, ,, - K' BAND SENIOR 1988 We. ,,,,,,,:-- - ik: , fc 4 CC GR ULATIG We are proud of all your efforts and accomplishments. May continued success be yours always Love, Your Parents T ",e V H LKIZ i. Fi , ,, H K , r ,,., K. 4. . is 1-his ,,,V, M, , W. :V ,args W- i ...,,l. rc, . Q , .. ,, Z-izhii 1' ,,,, 1.5 4, fl, Q,l!,,,ii?K5-- 2f5Lz:'zjlSf55i,5Q' 9, I " ' 1 , TQ , ' 1 rrr, W ',ss1ss f ,"rs x ,e1e- WY eiras 5fL:'ff5?9f?i:f55Q 5' 270 ADS c , . , k,:f.,,:r5j5j, :rye k KF KE I, jiiiiffgkigc, . , g, . , ,T 377, V ,f Q pwwfjfs,-Misa,13,3EZ .5 ff :-- -, H . 1 f f'l' "" ' 'E n I .I p L' I a L l- ll fl 'U if' Congratulations We w1sh you all Ray Stafin You are a special person and we -7 are very proud life's best! of you! Son, You have made us very proud of you. We believe , , N: A ' You are always a Y: R 1 we, xx I in our hearts! in you and will a , Love, Mom a Ways SUPPO ' y y u Lovingly, - . 2 by ., lplo, Mom, Pop, ky. -f up S Jason 8a Bob A 2 Al l ,Mi-1 1 ALAN CODINA You've been a great son. We love you. Mom, Dad, and Claudia a. ae e a fa a- '5 fig - nfnnaeaa QQ. 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Q ' ' - V Q, 'Q' i-5 4 gwfk 7,4 V -' 1 , 3 !iff'f.r-ea, ' if 'Ma : Q lk .v f' r I I. -. . iff: Dink, You're our first graduating son. We are extremely proud of you and all your accomplishments. You've always had a special charisma which which makes you so easy to love. Never lose your special touch. Congratulations Larry! From those who love you most, Dad, Mom, Boomer, Yvonne, Dale, 8a Missy Shannon, Congratulations on your accomplishments- May your life be filled with much happiness. 4-35- With love, Mom, Dad, Jeff, 8a Alism We're proud of you, Lisa! Love, Mother 84 Dad, Cara C91J, Sandy and Torrie It's Gone By So Quickly! I swf' 1 1' Dear Son, May God's blessings be with you through life. Remember, that prayer changes things KMatthew 21:22l along with persistence, determination and hard work you can achieve anything you desire. We are very proud of you and love you very much . Your Dad, Mom dc Family CONGRATULATIONS AN ASTASIOS KTONYD DIONYSIOS RIGAS II is Y, ., mf wrw " " MQ' 'fww A "ii-19"'O-7f?"33"l?1fzAl'3LIff4,'?,ie,5929:-.s:1Sf '?'l?5'i',.fl 'P'-'I vm: f"XfZY1iu Y,."W"Y 'El' ',"?'!N'fY.i"f-15+-f '12 'rw f,r-win ':1S" f,fi11ax sq: ftggnjveer ,t:..tw.f'we: ---- me ,. -,H .,,,,,., I, Y. 1, , f I 32 - 'W : ,, - :Ht .1 . . - f, Qzwf M..,,,., -. . .,-, A 5, ,K , - . 5, ,Q 5, - 's " ' ' ' 11 H - f , Y " ,... 4 . , , ., A ' t ' V - .- ,M f .- .,,, r..-. ::.t. 99 it' if ,, ,il-Sf. O lm.. .QQ i ,gg ', ,N . iggvif V, ffkj- A fini .-s'iZEg'Qi2fz!i?J?',:-5, -Wil? ' -- - ' - , f, W " 'l' " 1 I -i ' -- ef-2225: 1, It Z if HEL-Q1,' ,L "QQ iz -' - - -ileksiwa -. ,,E f,k . X ., 1 -,, it 7 ...u-"Q", ,.,gf,i,,,,,,- . -' iL. ,x,, ,. 2259, :W -witff '1 2.122 Ifilsf. ,. .,, ,, - ,, an ' x' at, , ' 1- The name Mark is a composite of meaning and accurately reflects the character of our son. He is dauntless and dedicated, loyal and supportive, protective and proud, organized and determined, witty, fun-loving, intelligent and sensitive. He has his feet on the ground and his heart in the right place. Most of all, Mark means "shining," and he is for us, as his future will be for him. Congratulations, Son. lf? he We love you, p Mom and Dad 5. .... ,Lf , ,,.., f -,,..., , tt eg..,qfg3g,t,7g. 5 t. '31 'fit wi:-,tg ,,z ' ,, ii I 'ff :ff ,. Q-v .,,,,. . U, .. "" 'H ,W ,i,, f. .. E' - e.-:--'-- A ,, ,,i.g,..sr, f at strt, 'K 7 vt RAMIE, FEBRUARY 26, 1970, WAS A VERY SPECIAL DAY. YOU HAVE BROUGHT US A WORLD OF JOY. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND WE LOVE YOU. REMEMBER PHILIPPLANS 4: 16. MOM, DAD, AND RANDY 'LWQ was QQ if X 4 Q 25 -, 5 ' ,, ,,, g ft A f -. . . . , .. A - . F i ,. K K Lv ,,,,, ..., ttt- ' , . 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LL L, I Vs-AQLL L, 1L L W 'L :K -r L tltl i LL,-,,f,vL-L L , . . .. ,L if .,,rss.gsefifi-1Z!ffiE5nf??LfJL I ..... , 52- L .V L, -is sf .rw qL -VL1q3L,,,,V,?:3i.xg,,.kE...E. I ,L L K ep 5 L Q,QLL,LLr 11 L-:y'fwf'se1wLgHw5aea:sjLigL'e-wfyzig5. . is -1: L- Lg- L Ls :LL K ,1 ,, , .- ffwlld- , Jason W. Martin Like Coltunbus in the olden days, We must gather all our courage. Sail our ship out on the open sea, Cast away our fears And all the years will come and go And take us up--always up. "We May Never Pass This Way Again" ---Lyrics By Seals 85 Crofts Though we give you to the world, Jason, we will never relinquish our claim on your heart. Love-- Mom SL Dad Lori Yvonne Baumann 41 l . af we-LXXMA We have enjoyed watching you grow into a beautiful young woman. You are a very special person and we are proud of you. May you continue to grow in the Lord. Our Love, Mom, Dad, Jenitta, Trey, 8a Lisa. There's magic in you, Brooke. . . Not just because you've reached all of your goals... Or because you've brought us so much joy... But because you're just you... Now, it's the world's tum to share your Special Magic... The world will always be a better place because of you.. "Sugar B," we love you very much, Mom 8: Dad 4 . 'N pe 'S' ,V . Wa . 2' --., .WMMT ,,, 'mime t ' ,V H2: . , 1, t 7 ii ..,, at .Mb , ..w,..,.4 4 .,..... yn... .. Hi , .. , ,. ,ni y Af .... W M , ,.,,. , , ,am gAL,h ,Z , la hgggg,hg, Ha , . . , an. axi al , F ,l ,, N,,,,,A.. -. -- .., . W.. ,L Q. , , .aw . ,. ,Ut ,,ma ,,M away, t,,wml,a . Ha, sw, .,, .,........ Mx, .... af . ag ,g,,,,t,,, ,M A... ai, ,fl W . . an ,., wi, , 1 ga -Sf , Q"' - V L' . if f ,L,.. LL.. t , at iz 591121 VW 7' V agfogg-:iz Lew J: :iii ,gi , X, zlagafai Vita-ag 2 giifgfsll .V-w,Vi,,Vf il -- Va -Qsezsfwq . K: - we ff ag, V wmv 2: 21. 977 biikgaifgil ..f3PVVlSihi! . 'V 3,47 ....... ' Liaif ,Qi L W EEE? 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Aumend ,Q I 45.1, .V X Congratulations We love you very much. We are very proud of you. Love, Dad, Mom, and Michele au., HN .'-'is- '.',f. , ...-I-v 1 4 N' 4 is 1 1 it 7 I, ' 'xy , ' . ..,. . , . .5 X.: u , , , xv H Jgf' 5 tx U , t N Xi' ' ',- ' ' - 2112? 1 .,'J3:,z -. ' - . 'NES-E': 'gicfifff 3'5" ...Qi f.,.- , , 'V r ','- if ' af' 0 Q F l l l i t 4 4 l fsszz 3235 351.1 W' 7. -54 l ' A ' - ' - 2 Qgllzgldkzaggiwvgage f - 1 il. 'Q' 'f 1 ti 'f V' -., f-f , 1 V '- ' . ' - ' V"' wmv, ,W11:::5ffVvVaV1VTl,..l Virr 5, W, ...,. ,i is ,,,,,m ., C, ,M,.-5,2lg-55,V,f,,iVy?.,-af,g,V,,:,31,5 ,gyfggfffff Q up f gzgf gum , -55151:--:fV-Vgfng -JW' 32 -V sw 'z' 'T Sim ' -1: L" , - .: 2: VY " el mei, V -V , 1 V 2 H , K , 1 V -f , S, ---- M H I L., , MTS 1 ,Q ' A 'L 1' 'iwziiwl,,i:L42.:5T25P'sxiVi ilgiv' 352523 'igg1,,gfIgfQf'EQJ ',Efg,g:,3Qjg'EiQ k"""" iff ,YA " """ A"' 1 iiffiflij5aa'i.liILNQ7EIv1 A .-fm .v-5 's:: za. lm.-:,," V .spas ' 'J .-1 :'r 'Q 'fl-v' .. sf 5iEf:'5'I if " . 'W Q52--W '55, .-,-...za-1? --..,,,, J , L 3,-W - Y W A U --35,5-,g ,q,A,,,,,, -'i?tw,. , L 1, L, A 'Wig-'.w'-g, pk , QQV- r W g e 5? ' -. vv-. s - . "" . . , : Dear Tim, Once you were a little pest... Then you grew and passed the test... 43 .LIN .ED Now it's time you leave the nest To show the world YOU ARE THE BEST Congratulations and all our love, Mom, Dad, Kris, Laurie, and Leslie !! T Robert, I , We are all very proud of you. I Congratulatlons We love you very much!! I py.y Alex!! xp For your efforts and achievements, f the best is yet to li come. We are very proud of you. 1 nhdfirfxp N . 2 Q We love you, Daddy, Mom, and Martha Mom, Dad, David R., Rene'e, David 84 Rachel MacElvaine Grandma G. ai A 2 E E 1 far Q viii, v. ti .. . ferxft JSE Sim' Q ae .. .,,,,, A ff 32 mqgfa . -- , ge , Ik l 7 'Wh 4 Z . 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F A -:nf wif xii: Sits Ill T115 271 Q,-sf ti- rw 1 E gp, I 'Tw if ' z:ae?a'M'a"42 5f ' , :.. Wfxz It ,,,, Z rg!! is g f gt Kgg 'Q LA'--- IT ,te fact' - ffftigvf hg'h' ti N t, Dear Julee, lt's hard to believe the years have slipped by and here you are graduating from high school. We remember the day you were born, how proud we were of our little bundle of joy! You've grown up into a beautiful young lady and we cherish the wonderful memories we've shared together. We have them tucked away in a special corner of our hearts that's reserved just for you. We know you'll succeed in whatever you do. Just remember to reach for the stars and follow your dreams! All our love, Mom 81 Dad Y Y, yty isai T Julee, . 6 gg Sitting here alone i t ' y ' , A T Just thinking about the past . t ,,, 4, 'lg W The best years of my life T v ' That slipped away so fast. 5 T t T Growing up with you tt ,, T T' Lv, Was the best thing for me. T ' You taught me to be myself And the best that l could be. x T ' l remember all our fights . J tThat l would always lose,J Ni About whose room was cleaner And whose doll was whose! But all those days are gone now, They're just a memory Of me and my big sister, Together faithfully. So please take all my love And a great big hug and kiss, Cause you deserve the best in life I - - My one ano only sis!!! Lot e ya, JGHHGG ,,,, - , , c, , , , ,,..... , !,. ., . , M, , !r-rf ,V V . ,K .. .. - f 1- 5: ' ' ., it -- -f f ' l i . ' gm to 'X ' 7 t ' ' 1 - ,T '21 ' ADS .T 5 g ' T' ' c 1 I tt A t CONGRATULATIONS JOHN WITH PRIDE FOR ALL YOU'VE BEEN, WITH JOY FOR ALL YOU ARE, WITH HOPE FOR ALL YOU'LL BE, AND WITH LOVEWFOR ALWAYS. MOM, DAD, KIM, AND LOU ANN I I n ffqfxi ',iEf'.7i " I , I , -. Q I ' ' ia' Y - , I ,s Love You Mom 8a Dad 'S' 4, Congratulations Michael, We are proud of you! . 4- w uf ,. Sherri, In this world of ordinary people, extraordinary people, we're glad there is "you". May you succeed in all your endeavors, We are with you all the way. Love, Mom, Dad, 84 Russell ,A v nj ,f wal 1 as - ,iw f I ' I I Y X l , 5 1,1 ', A -n 'I A .. 'W' f ir", ff ' V? Q' I 2. a ", w u J .XR by A .nd T - af , f d . . A wg ,lr 5 ,, ,. - . 1:2 VT .31 .1-LT, gk-S - 5.5 , Q , ff: .Q I 5 U 2 wx, -' , Q J ' rw 1 Q ' ' 'V . x we - 5 f r ,, .1 svn., I, - . . 'WV Ks .ir .1 ,,f .. ,,,,g I vs V V V-N V . I . wL.gI." '-: .- iEQT:i5.m 'QGQJSZ 'P "fii?EYf. miiflhsif ...3'f6f?IgQ'E:3sbi3Ql71,'i,'KY' C x .c. fu- . . QT W7 ly.. 4' . . f . I.. ,,,,.w,f5, , .... si, K . , ..-W,. V . .- . s KVVV . V ..,, . , , ,,,.. I K, , . ,L . ., L ,V .3 . r ,......-, , - fi' are . ,. 235 5 - --is -it ' 1,5 5: ..,, , ,,,,g,i. . .. , . 3, . 5 I Q ,, l sl- ' K I 6 I ,k,, L15 fl , it f ' -A s 7 . ,, 1 , ' .k.. .:, ,H f 2 .mini ig,?f53l35,gjl' .W ff 'nL:tg,,1s:imi-,.t:st..k,fif.,segfff5f--.legs:gage-:nf.ai ff.','1-:.af,..f.-my ' . , , . . . H. ,W..1. ,f , x DID I TELL YOU BY Elizabeth Knapp fasafffis- , , . -I --1A- w.g1s..,fz Hgpigwfzfrsu , We-1 'pg 23 , f,,,..,...,3.v.f 5 . . mfg, .,.. . V DID I TELL YOU? A MESSAGE TO A DAUGHTER AS SHE IS ALMOST GROWN. FOR ALL WHO HAVE WONDERED...DID I TELL YOU? Now that you are almost grownI look back and ask myself, Didl tell you? W, ...I-.. I EL , , 4 Did I tell you all that I meant to tell you, all that I felt was important? Didl tell you or was it lost in the shuffle of our everyday lives? The busy full days when we taught and did.n't know it. What did we teach? Did I tell you to love?... Did I tell you to be thoughLful?... Did I tell you to be courteous?... Did I tell you to be bold?... And didI tell you to be cautious?... Did I tell you to serve other people if only in a small way?... Did I tell you to maintain a sense of the past?... Did I tell you to fmd a part of nature that speaks to you?... Did I tell you to laugh, to dance, to sing? Did I tell you to be creative, to explore the seed within you?... And did I tell you t.he joy and challenge of being a woman?... The joy of having a child...knowing and sharing a new life. The joy of making a home... A work of your own, Did I tell you these things as we went along the way? Ifl did I am humbly grateful. IfI did not then you must choose for yourself. If it has meaning accept it and make . it your own. If it does not, discard it. Your life is yours to build as you choose. Ana did 1 neu you? ' I hope it will be a good life. To Dianne, as you cross over the threshold to life. All of us love you and want the best that life has to offer. Mother, Dad, Lisa, and Brad Copyright 1974 by Elizabeth Knapp Q. if --:.,1v1.. :".f115,, W il.. I, ,. is .... . ,, ,,,.. . . . -, .. ,, , 1- ,a5w4..yzw1:Q.,-SJ ff, f ss- .I :gif3f.l1e'f1f,,v 2 A ,V .wi -.V ,.. .ff-, .I ' I I ' 1-.ii Gif' i ii 2 11' 1. -I ' f 1. . 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THIS IS THE REAL MEASURE OF SUCCESS.YOU HAVE TAKEN GREAT STRIDES AND WE ARE PROUD OF YOUR SUCCESS. THE FUTURE IS BIG AND EXCITING BEFORE YOU. TACKI .E IT WITH THE SAME FORTITUDE AND GOOD ATTITUDE USING GOD'S WORD AS YOUR GUIDE. "THY WORD IS A LAMP UNTO MY FEET AND A LICI IT LNTO MY PATH." PSALMS ll9:105. WE LOVE YOU, MOM, BOB, STEVE, RICK, SHARA, AND STEFANI GALATIANS 2:20 II TIMOTHY 2:22 PHILIPPIANS 4:6-7 Kyra, You have filled our hearts with so much joy and pride. Always remember how much we love you. May you be guided by God in all you say and do. Love, 13 ,5s I Set your mind on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. Col.3:2 Mom, Dad, and Britt MI .... .. ..... . .. 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T ' . ,, , : i'f"'v 5 17 Kristi, From the beginning of kindergarten thru your senior year you have been a delight. We are extremely proud of you. We thank God to be your family. You are beautiful in appearance, and, of more Renee McDaniel Character is a diamond that scratches every other stone. Discover what is true and practice what is good. . We love you, Mom and Dad importance, in the heart. May you continue to bring joy to the lives you touch, and may you lead a truly joyful life! God bless you! Our love always! Mom, Dad, Kim, Wayne Congratulations ! Shawn and Shane Remember to always trust in the Lord and lean on Philippians 4: 13. Mom, Dad, 8c Chad We love you! f W . 5 'tt ' L L. 1 . 21 2 H 3 V of ii . .!!f"f r...,g,i1: l , ll.. F as ,aux s it ,ax f E gm ai '53 2 1 , 5 44 5 E! f Q E 1, 5532 o. af ! ' st ' ' f i f as We 1 safwf Q, -.6 , we rr Eli! 1 .E 2' im' 7 ,ni Q! X z 5 iii: twig . rig!! gm '. ! 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Love, Mom, Dad, Hallie, and David Nancy Jo J ackson You have fulfilled our dreams for you-- may your own s sf dreams become e me a reality. e Love, l i Mom, Dad, 8L Emily D Q S' 5 4 'N17' wi' ..,, , ..- V :I .ez - a m ... .., ,, page J .... V .... .... W . Y . W. ,. , .. -mv,,,,,,,w,,, I t ,E ,i if? 2.ggQ'w -a-- l ,ffQf'fig,-f5,:M,,g e ,, 5 L T ' . l al gif K 'f mx- " 'W we-M " PM -..K 2 im Y -.,.,a.fM...Ma.. t N,,,,.,w,.m ,W ..., M ,.., t. W .mwriww M .NW ,.-,Wa M-M lil X539 .mf s ha g - ,.z , N .- g55 !ww'E' 2rzl:.::::'s- 3 1g..5-1 V-+M,..W.M.,..m,,.,... ...f , ML., rw.-M-al A W swmgmw, , V-we 1. Y Emmim .,., .I V f A ,g,i,w,.,..W.., , ,, ,, Y :', 1 i gimw QV .am M m m D i i D T li mi. 2E5l?at2'i'il.EEl v ' P1 1' . -3, 1 4, 'ff -K fn- 1, ', 'fb-ffQ5' -- - A 'Q -.4 .-af., g,L We Q X ' , Q-al-L "fi 4 K rs KM ,, 1, ' 'LN p 4' e , Gipsy gh .. Jimrnyg 7 lf! . This is not to show you how much we love you, for we hope that you have felt our love every day of your life, this is to say "THANK YOU" for making being your parents such an easy and pleasant experience. We are so proud of you, your achieve- ments and accomplishments. With all the temptations around you, you have made all the right choices and kept your high moral standards May the Lord continue to help you and guide you throughout your life. With all our love, Dad, Mom, and Karen s X is 'X Amy Elizabeth Oursler You are the sweetest gift a lifetime could provideg A constant source of happiness and pride. x -M5 . me-NX Miss Amy, We love you with all our heart and wish you much happiness and every success that life will bring to you. Mom, Dad, Deborah, and Helene 2' "" .. -- '-kk -f r ,, --.-- f N, f- -' ". i' A t Q 'J 71 gt, ieH:1aaf"""vf " f ,m...::-::,,,. ,.,. .-,, ..,. ' f , 3 H, l A sew . 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JoesylBeltline 85 Jessica T-15. Q4 ' 2 ' Q 4 ' ,ff f - , s ' m f 4 ii ' f F Z 5 1 'E tta' N, afa r' .tl ,Lx 5. Es gl Q' A .,. .53 1 , I' 1, 5 sip ,-5 ii e.. . r -- 2 f -Q J A .. if 2 45.4 Q -, ma y ' W ' 1: ff 4 2 v: fibix: fr-:F 1 - , Congratulations Cheryl Lynn Levins ,Q , iff? 'fp V eany" Magi, -' ' f has aff ata? 4-'S if Kelly, Wishing you - W 2 1 f ,,-Azswgg I -1 3 Q ' 2' V All the Adventure, , n ' All the Challenge All the peace and Happiness life can hold, 4 spur gas We are very proud of you! ,hl ff: f .53 Q 971 4? I n sam! ff r i f f fsv M5 'ITT T77 ' ,J z: -, Q 4, 2 x i t , - we g : f E . Q, 3 . X , ,. i 1 3' 'i' , a, ,f,,1, 5 5- ,a aa iz -V If ... . K W V 1, ,L 1 5 'Vs S El 2' lla? 5 ffl Sf ' Nigel I 'X 9 Qi, 9 sa il l 'ilgi Z Wm gg f as il r Us 5 15 E I ,iz EI 1 ii? i I EM QQ j gig E li 2 legit? i gag? S M si F , if Q, , W Q ' .:- mf 5 , Sf , , , 1 S Q ,, . ,,,, FS 2 -, ive - . - 1-Qrii ks, T ! 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V., ,, ,, .7 ,, ,. Brooke, You're the kind of daughter everyone dreams of, You are lovely, kind, trustworthy, happy, a joy to be with, intelligent and willing to work hard to acheive your goals. You have always made us very proud. f V rl Jr Congratulations Shane Despite a few scares along the way, you have turned out to be an excellent student, a champion wrestler, and a wonderful son. Never forget who you belong to - God first, and then your very proud parents. ,ft 1552- iigfl J l -L as 3 , ,I , C-73 'i ' t I 1 Z ng iii 4, Qffg , .rs 1 Q 'Ji 4? ' f A '- t Lou and Linda Roushar -,,- 13 .QXQQ -a u 1,4 1 I 4 , A, ww- .-. ' ,i FU ' . ,M if rg.. 1970 Happy is the person Who possesses- Unbounded enthusiasm for life, Who practices- Unlimiled forgiveness toward others, Who expresses- Unending gratitude toward God. 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Proverbs 31:30 We love you , Mom and Dad 1980-1988 Friends "A friend is one who walks in when others walk out." -WalterWinchel Audrey, VVhat an exciting time to be a young woman about to enter adulthood in a world where the old barriers to l women are being tom down. Take your place in this world, knowing that you can achieve any goals that you set for yourself. We wish you happiness, success, and fulfillment in your joumey through life and want you to know that you have been a major source of bringing those things to our f lives. We're very proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad ' , - tttt aaei tfti -" as or tssesf ,,,i 1 iiiii iiii iiiii W if ijjjl iiii5i iiQiQl1 8 ctfso 8 ,.ss elave i i', i --:uf DEE-1 m Ii- tif..- V x- .. f'fS,,, vii , l 5:-fi! -og x -1-f,,,,,,,i, A fm at 5 , Fit if ,, , ,t , . .QQ Qlltl ,fig-ife4lzz+'1 M ,E ,,,, g,,,,,,,,, l . gfqlfg-Q--3 ,,,,,,, -ir gt. is 2 -Q.. , , ,,,, lll. , hw . --We f , W -- .f .ti --.- wg, V - , -.wwx-'zfxgq , mi.. ,V - -W f A if lfffffilt-mzszgiziv-:aff - -, l,:'m-ew.-1 AUS, ovvv t t , , .. , itt.. u 1 . , Qs, 1 ,o -L-----sv , f wwf-...ffm---..-F, 'V K L 'ml 1 .1 -les PAMELA ROCHELLE HULIN G CONGRATULATIONS! "Too swiftly the years have passed" You have been a source of pride and joy from the moment you were born. You have continually beaten the odds and met every challenge head on. You have already learned one of life's most important lessons... The only failure is in not trying. Keep up Lhe good work. Live each day to Lhe fullest, Remember the Golden Rule and Keep your faith in God. WE LOVE YOU MOM, DAD, MISSY, GIGI AND ALL YOUR GRAN DPARENTS 1 A lofah Si : I , 4 r ..f -m g., ' M' ' IL., ...r 'A ., """"" D 'l,' 'en' 'Af' - 1 'M sr. --' .'Zi""- 1 li E 4 I ""' iif Ifli Olfli 1 1ff" ',aa """" M., 1 fw- , if Bret l i,..l,f - I 1, t 1 . 2 . : ir 7, 4, ,, W ,J , ' M ' f ' ' S '- it - . 1 1 I , ,M f , , ,,,. ,i K W 4. 21i5fj1:"-tygeiwi, :.,L ,ti fi X K ,Q fqxt est-eyes :Se ni --Nt.. ,s summons at computer ramps. . , ffffgsig f iff -1 t, L XR ff lli .3-j:1"LN,?vZ 1:65.-r' Bret, You took your jim! step at six months, and you ,A I were reading hy the time you were three. . . X f At eight you told us you were going to go to a 5 7 I I Harvard and al eleven you were sfn'ruIing your Daal Mom, Kris, Robert, janis, , Wcley, Shannon, S teploanie, , Suzi P G Scott '88 McCab You were always in a hurry, anxious to get on your uuv, we never understood why. . . through all our moves ana' all the schools, you always rose to the top lj your class. . . Wi' have no doubt that you will do the same uith the rest rjyour IW, You'1'e made your family zerj' proud ofyou in all ,, ,J . -:e:',,4,,,-ge, , 5, gy t Haw -J' iff.: 1 ry your academic and athletic endeavors. M1 matter how hr from us your IW takes you, hold just to two things, that our looefzr you is your anchor and the knowledge that what you are is Gods gg? to you. . . what you make rjyoursey is your gm to God Lore. Dart Mom, Deidre, Fidgie, and Bongo 4 wi' VV., ,, ss. 5 fivf- 'Sr s Y w V i r i w , A Z .I I . S Y ! 5 LEE: t Q 3 f "" ii? 'S . 5 'ikf -,, - 5 .Q- in . .az .,..... .M xluvlsut - LR.. .,.A. V K 4 ru + fleas ,T ,T if fee? W mt ,f ff.:,i:si:A 'Wi ""'N ii. 5 it ,fi gggif., . . , X new ,Q gf:g,ifa,,,1 fi :L -,tk 5 , y,-, , it A . ,... 'S S ..,, -4,-, .. ,.,, , . , ,, , Q 2, -l j-5 F J r J 4' , wow - if X 1 3+ 5'Mfu f+' , use 9 t K ,wgfif F' as Q 1 ,QQWAS 297 it 2 V - , . .,,, .. WAHM. .. . ,, v ,, ,J ,f ,, Z J Aff.- - f L S. ,L .i .... ,..,.kk Y My , wx ,fwf-t:"f if . 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YOU ARE A PART OF EVERYONE WHO HAS TOUCHED YOUR LIFE: ME, MIKE, GRAN DMOTHER PAPA MAMAW PAWPAW YOUR DAD, YOUR FRIENDS, YOUR ENEMIES BUILD ON THE GOOD AND LEARN FROM THE BAD. YOU WERE MY FIRST MIRACLE, NOW YOU ARE OUR GIFT TO THE WORLD MAKE US FEEL PROUD, GENEROUS, AND CONFIDENT THAT OUR GIFT WAS NEVER ANYTHING LESS THAN APPROPRIATE. AFTER ALL, YOU'VE DONE THAT FOR 18 YEARS. YOUR MOTHER, YOUR FRIEND A-if N X X O . F- I CONGRATULATIONS SON 1 5 5. k K . k ,W 1 Q -A g REMEMBER You CAN DO I . Q 'M ANYTHING YOU PUT f- 552-Q-.a'E,...gqg Q LOVE ALWAYS, MOM, DAD, JUNIOR . 3 . I Q 'Ei .A . ' Y " fa. ' .Haifa . 2 A, as-is ., W- A A I ---- II-f ,,,,, f ..... M, ..... W. ,,,,, , ....... - .,.. .M . ..... ....... . .. ....... . , ., . A S -A Q " I I "" 2 I r , 1 , . . m zfbw Www ff eeeerr 5 1,5 r rrssr if tt - ' J ,t L"' ' -"' 4 r - "-- f 1" ' "" so .f y .I Q i:.,ii.z?.- N rt, f naw 1:t.g::,,g:a:z1 iajif fi-ggi" ,r-1xgrf ,j5' t to ,ww was . , . .. . . , . 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We want you to know .Q 5 .irfriw -si 2 I 51122, .2 egifif iaiiw ll: Q. st,,fme--1-,wr-11,ri:l,,sflf" 1 H rr wmvzr. ,1f1r,..,.,,f1,,,,,,-gf.. ,,,. , ,, r- our love for you has never changed, only deepened. We are proud parents, Shane, not because of what you've done, but because of who you've become. You have been trained in the way you should go and now we have all the confidence in the world that you will follow the right way and fulfill God's call on your life. God has blessed you, Shane, so live your life to bless Him in return. Our love goes with you- Mom, Dad, Ashley,8L McKenzie uf ,t H ,, l a x W .. 'A .f - 1 rf- ffff . Y 'A a, t at f 4 .+ t 4 Q L " f I ' Y A . sw f -. t I it rt 'nw - 7 - ' 'SWWQ I r , 1 - r 1 3 H K --h- ,,,, 7521553 HAS 'jwflf ' ,N . , 19, tiif ziitigfli-5 W75EsiEE:f5f1i1EEt5V7452: Ft 'J 15 Qi ffl f gi 255553:,zQ!QQf1Qil!2:fL4iLK1fjgi'15:55-552-.gg ' , - r f , v,,,,, , , . .. - ' if J A it V, Wk d S v A i Jody Somewhere, between San Antonio and nowg Sometime, between Bright Horizons and Newman Smith, Someplace, between here and there, whenever, or wherever, From sandboxes and wooden puzzles and hugs every night To part-time jobs and less time home, To honor rolls and state championships, to guitars and dreams - While we were always there, through it all, yet now surprised - You grew up. And you grew up well. So did our pride in you, but not our love Which has always been absolute wmzyir- And will be - forever. i . 14 N rr Mom, Dad, and Jay 5 E L 5 W N it y, . e at t - .- fiiii? 'i fff 'Ali t -V -f - 1 ,, . , , l , , '-" t if I M 11351:-:ft ,: ..71s..1ss',-'wr H M. 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V M " s s - '- i T ,, - 7", ' , . fyyy 4 ' ' I A . we i MU gr fr, fkyz . - V W- Chnstma It IS said that for everything there IS a season, For a smile a tear for a question a reason So put in the past what might have been. is No need to worry, just trust in Him. Paths may lead you far or near You'll stay in our hearts so never fear. , Each memory will be special and also each day. Always remember our love - come what may. K s N la- I g Q -.. Mom, Dad, Stacy, 8: Laura - ,, X S .. Congratulations - Christina and Kylee Best Frlends 'E' - f. A? .ws iiilil Kylee: . I know we've had our share of differences and most of the time we both walk away shaking our heads and saying we 23: 2 don't understand the other. But, my first bom, there is a very special part of my heart that loves you more than my life - ai, . . 'Q + at , ? . I itself, and I'm having a very difficult time letting you go. l . . . . . - Many tears have been shed in private over realizing this time is far too near. Baby-child-teenager-womanu you 've grown into a beautiful intelligent, strongwilled , loving and sensitive woman. You have a very good balance on life, and I'm very proud to say that you are my daughter. You will shed tears over wrong decisions that will be . made and much joy over those that are right. But always ff W' I g remember -- no matter what, my home is your home -- your J . ,V ,ff . I haven away from the fast paced world full of pressures -- I will j j " . . C Z 4 ,ff jg v Y not judge you--only share with you and comfort you. J ' ' ' ' "1 'gh I love you, my precious, and congratulations on this '- ' ' H milestone in your life. Good luck with college and best wishes for a long, happy, healthy and successful future! With much love and respect, Mom We love you! Mike and Nicole W , rr. 'i': I . .ss,, 1 ' . sss , .1" 1'2 , ..,., . . .,,11 glrfgaz-iajgilr ts, 5a,, ,5wqs' ....., ,f..,,.,:., .,,, , ,, mt. .. wrt... 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How glad we are that you are you! Mom, Dad, Jennifer, Aaron if if -' -alfvws. .. Far.. ta, ,,,,,, M . ,.,, WK. ,,,,,, ..l 'id , J M M af ,.,,, M- , H ,,,. . r fl Ziff "" .H " .si L. fi , . .... .,,. 1 ,, ,1 22, ..,, ' Ig Juliana Elizabeth Smith Not fate, not luck, not chance at all has placed us here below' It's only by Gods perfect plan We work and live and grow. Branon And be not conformed to this world, but be ye transformed... that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable and perfect will of God. Romans 12:2 Cougarette f""""' ' 1 J?" e 42161 Zf' . ,,1' R l Troyann , miie,-fsiisai.. .. x. ,,..,. - 1 11:Qf2Qaaiv,ls1'1a.. as -in K ifi US Achievement Academy National Forensic League International Tl'lCS1Jl2ll1 Society Who's Who Among American High School Students 1986-1987 'IH ' "I K in if f ,f D L 2, . . f ET Sl -5 E ,. .... H Ez .... ,,...A5,,,Qg,,fi..,.,.w,5,a,E , i A w,,-v,ff,,F5- a,,as,,W?X--saw ------f H,wfffe-www .p.Aen,,,,mlwgW.M .... 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We have always been able to see the adult you would be: a caring, responsible man with depth, strength, unselfishness, and wisdom. We are proud of all you have achieved, and we love who you We w1sh you good luck and happiness in college and your future career. We know you are exellent at setting worthwhile goals and you have always worked very hard to achieve them. We are sure you will be equally successful with future ones. 'ltr All our love, Mom, Dad, and David N .., ' I at fgsiflaewi ' as F' if ,Q -- tw, t-atv 1, mf -f W, a.:m,,ffLi4?iaz 1, iw ' f 5 K iiii f ,I ,, 1' V-,, gf, lil? Wiffl ff' 2 1 5ffiV'1, Lf. :lf-Q9 Y 1 fm., it, Q 522211 . ,,,: Q will " gs !-- amazes.-,w f-f. tg- e---fy -,,, gg, ,, J H - f ti- 5: 2 'fa L Qa- t3i'1iIi-,lnf-fl,.':' V4 ffl -SV KV" WA? ' if 'f"lM?55Sf5Sf,.-.if 75555525 19 EWEWEEY-iii i,2T?.i:Ejg1fl:Q53:Q,gg1I'f: f . ' f 'Wiki ' Qt 11 i" "f' ' 7" 'I' F " 72, 'fkilililfg' 'wifiii s W ,,-N,,-.. t. ,, , ,.. .twain . --ip A V V , H.. 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V 1:-1 Q Ji Seniors "88" Love and laughter, sometimes tears, All these have filled your eighteen years. From lollipops to lipstick, leg warmers and lace, You've grown with pride, dignity, and grace. Accomplishing all goals, one by one g Grades came first, then time for fun. As your life now changes through choices you make, You mold your own future with each step you take. We are so proud of you our shining star, For all you will become, and everything you are. Love, Mom, Dad, and Jonathan 50.3 1 i x r f , I xx ' Y . r , ,rt X fy AQ Senior Synopsis Andrew Loving and proud, A healthy nine-and-a-half pound boy, From the beginning, a thing of joy, Always running, moving in a hurry, Never causing his mother to worry, Football, wrestling, soccer, and track, Nothing at all could hold him back, He studied hard and made good grades, The National Honor Society he made, Now we all can merrily rejoice Texas A 8: M is this boy's choice! Loving and proud, Mom sq- ni-, kt... 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You have demonstrated a unique and commendable ability to not only make the most of a difficult situation but to learn and grow from it. You are inspiration to all who know you. Your dedication and committment to succeed in life will enable you to reach any goal you may establish. Remember you can always count on our love and support for we believe in you and your abilities. We are so proud of you. 1 ,,tt ttt it Love, Mom 81 Tommy ew gl , - 1: ,im in sa : ,wg YE .Q , , ' . ,l M gg it 5 1- 'ni ,Mg Q g , r..r :e.,gf,91- :-fi Musa, as gin f 'sws9st1?j?e:r. :awk lfefgfw .fl 55 iqmiflglfsi --5 A y ,im zjrfifi , W tZp,tt i,, E g T Tina., , .. .i ,iw 1- L it 3 c v-t7 -'e t, fp- in . wrsnixttxgifgyff , . I 1- it' Q W ,L .,,, 'Q' - if ew1::i'ae1Vzs1p1iss ap 1 Ymfasv 'V - -. 'H wi Q if ,tif Sh if 1 2 if q we gffigff 3:1 4 . :wmywrfi N T' ' T , t I ,. X... . is .- ,f f e ' f of Y f- 5 X 5 if 5 tw at 4523 WVNV M """' 'HP " 22':: ?ff :w2: tw?-K?W':h?,wazwizltlfizsaf--:fi'f!-?KY:5?1Jg5-'fif 'K rfsfwfy 454'iywfi'ssylgfflgrgwlft-Nu,wgsfeilymz---H-, , f ' YMSSKS :fi i n i f .i ' Y5Qei-i'tf2Qiv'ti.s --fffefaH2E14h -1:1 --g5f,gsi4w,ty:w.,::Qfwa' P1 inane 'EEQQQQFM-liwa? .i i f-2 L .exft t,...t,,1r-:,+tfi?4s5i5e Congratulations! Jeff, We are proud of you. We pray the future will bring you success and much happiness. We love you, Mom and Dad You have grown from a mischievous little boy to a handsome young man. From reading nursery rhymes to Shakespeare. From playing T-ball to high school baseball. From a carefree toddler to a very warm, caring, loving and compassionate young man. During this time you have developed a 'very competitive personality with high morales, high academic standards, empathy and compassion for your fellow man, and a strong belief in God. Set high goals and do not compromise your standards. And remember to stop and smell the roses along the way. Congratulations Silvia sg- Q lr A Q f X , kb - If x. t Y Q . ,l -gp .,'..c,t ,. .f , .1 . ,' -' ,, We are proud of you and your achievements. We love you! Mom, Dad, 8: Jessica 'Wil-"""'fl --..-- 1-swmwwwsimlrim' "" Q' My ,if me Q 4 ---ef was 'Y' , ff Q .um ff- --W , ff -f,f-f T---f+'- . , N - Y Y H .. ,.,,-W..1M...f-as s, N 4 , at . 4" - . 1 8 1 1' .M ., Senior Varsity Cheerleaders 1987-88 Wx ft- P' f Julie Julee Charla Ami Aleacia Pechanec Decker Covey Copp Reeder r Y Congratulations on a job well done! You have great spirit, :ite Q M, ,Q ,y is f ,51,-ages: K te me . lmfff- -1 if 7' U -1 ity :we ,Q R :ilasei ti so -w as ss- -Q r iiirr iiai, aZ5,s, , ,. ,,er. , ,, ' 'r ' a 4 W ' Lf, Milf if! is ,F " 4 J . ,i,i ,,, ,i.zi , fy f , 575 Q J' 1:' ff , i ,ariii,i,. iisia , W, f' 352' N QM sugw,i N -- , fa 5 rf 1,3541 Q rr? fwdw if .Tm ...Z,e ,,tr y ,. miles of determination and loads of ener to take ou anywhere you Want to go.You have Worked long and hard, kept your beautiful smiles, and cheered great! We are so proud of - . all your achievements. 53QQHp:fffli?' Wlth love, Your Parents rf, 'rrr sr-. ist'r tt's 'tl ,:'--- t,t- "ll , W "rs ,V l- ., H - igigglgzzwlf -if' ,Mil fr-1 ,-12v.Q1ff:- 12 sizwfg 15 gggqpgfsrgzffrigglvlfgtlfit-:fl , f:w:fg':fl!'3f?sv'ggfpgli'fg..w5z,2,,g5a12wfigs:-ff f mgvsf ,5 is ,,,,,,,f-Q-5ff'ilf,,4-,- , K Ewggf 5, Vggzggggiw- IIE! ' --s,:f,ff sf 53, s q , if s .IU , P .- 5 - - . .. 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'K i 5 31- 'YQ!I"' ' Q f in ta - as it it it wfiiil :..L when God made the world with its mountains and seas, 'Lts rivers and vallegs, and ,flowers and trees, Z-le paused or a while after doing so much And thoughgfullg added one last,loving touch-- f -3 with their warm, cheerful wags t 1 'Io add special pleasure and jog to the dags-- ,VW g ' He made their hearts happg with laughter and j' un ' Gentle and hind with a great love jor living. . . He made little bogs , V 'I 3-le made each one thoughtful " and trusting and giving I M: V .. , -- .. f i I : f I1 , J gr, A -- f f-V S. . -w 5, 117' -.,, f ' . F 1 Q 1 I ' 'Sw' l X 1, f x4 ' x X 15 we Ha Qa xwx 5 Y fd. gr It hh' Q ta MM-. Jgfz iff w . S i N 4 gi ft , QN its 3 ,QA x rt Q ,:,t so ' if ' To brighten the world like the light oj' the sun, 53-f ' tw K i 2 I a 4 H? 5 Q 'K 'al 2 'ml .1 K 7 ,, 1 f 1-w 4. Q f 993 - ' za And when 3le'd completed the tash 3'le'd begun He took, special pride in the job that H.e'd done, :Ff0YW U daflifflq For 3-le ftnew that on Earth Li,1g1gf,g bog there would alwags be jog 'Ln the heart and the smile of a dear bog. Chad, 10e're all so proud of gou and we love gou !!! Tlom, Dad, and Chandra Congratulations Jeff Congratulations Senior l Pam Watson, From an early age we knew you were a performer! Thank you A for all the Wonderful memories. I pray life holds much love and happ1ness for you - Good luck in college. s Love always, Mom May your future bring as much joy and happiness as you've brought us. We love you very much, I Mom, Dad, J on n To a handsome goung man 5 y I , 3' Q if K ,., Z X A A N I '5 4' ' ig . ,A 1 i--J- :-:dim sg--gtiieiwi , if, . :sp , i, 1' ,- -1 T ,ffgfggf,,..,5g,,g,,3g-51, ff,-gg, .f,,5,,,ir, ,liagtsw f,hRV.,,,5,,iE fr,,q .... , ' i ' ' . r x ,,,,, 1 "" A ' s Y' - 7 yr Y , t . ,,,, Fw? s ,rrvrmggar.'Vfhfiivillawgf--f.fwf2f' 4 wus w wits: t wif: ug --'- 1 -nwaffwWfeffffifsi-'ffe2ffvi!Qlzbfswzrfffif- stiff A ' 1, 1" seg:-. .. 1' , f - . fi -- 1, .4 is 1 , i , . - z ....,, ,V M- A--- vfrr h QC fri .p f ,Y hs. V , L, ,,,,, we . FY I -gi.. N-...V ,aunt 6' , I 4 451 V ,ii BMBIHTME I E V71' 'Z ii I ,R ' I7 Zif, v. s--N R, V I ' ,Z V+ I i-- ig px gk , ..... P-19 -GJ Sv A-vs, Shannan, Q W We are proud of you and all your achievements. May all your dreams come true. Always remember how special you are to US. We love you very much! Mom, Dad, and Stephanie .r ,.,: .,,,,, v. -f - 2"li??i+i5-5fs!- 1- ' e,,, fy ,faJ:,f' .fl A 5V59fLZ'fifif .... f , ,, in 'gig F .... 5, ,, ,4g,,,,kW, f, ,..:w:,:. 1,5 A K 3. ---, . . , 1. if L. K M f' ' '+I ' Q -- '- f - ef I it i lx-, . igijg. 1, -gg, i fi ,V l ' F l ' w 5, ll i ,krl Qi.. i :-- ,',, Q :Mg I ii V kg,,,-57, E,-iigfw, -Wy, 'ff 4,-:N , fi. I - f :,ffes1,'u kgzggwh- :ff,ggg,Q 1 , ,, . :,M 5, ww, , W, ff iz, f , .Hi . ,, ,,,M,,L,,,,,,m5fvz1:1::1,mmfgwg, ,.,. :gpg..k1s:.,'f::5.-- W, . ....... , 5 ,Q , if ,f HT ,M .... VE? WF: -- , Q ADS , , . ui, ,. J- . ,rl s 'l , , H f QE?" 5 l ' ' .lug 1 ..ffiL' 4' 'l l L Since the day you were bom, you have been a source of love, humor, and pride to us. We wish you as much happiness in your future as you have given us in your past. Love, Dad, Mom, Kelly, and Shannon Congratulations Connie you and your achievements. Our wish is for you success and happiness. Aim in yourself. Love, Mom 8a Bob i- """9"'i" H We are proud of high and believe Carey Bear 'dai Carey Patrick Kelson We are humbly grateful to God for allowing us to raise such a wonderfully gifted son. We have tried our best to train you in the way you should go. CProverbs 22:65 We encourage you to live a life characterized by godliness and integrity. CPslams lj We love you very much, Dad, Earl, Grandmom, Kevin, Karl, Karla, Christopher, Calvin, Ruth, John, and Mom 5 K In ,X 5 A ,- fa ,YK B i 1 i l ' f ,: --- " ,. , vvrll F , I . H .. g - is '- , 1 "f it K i.. V V V I .i F, . i"' P 'mf 1 Q 1 iVYi"'Ui' F , f 35' ' ' - P' ' '-I1-1 P 'H W' MIS' -S If. PZ-i',"E::: Iv- "2 N: . f ' :, 4 . f ,, ne ,, . 1. 1' f :: mweuf - ':pv,w::w,t.:.w. ff www ..: -sw:.,,x: f I A L. ' i P 5 , if f L, 1-, 2 J ff - V A--- i , -. ' ,gg at ,,,, . M gf - , ,, ,H I. t , H - H 4- .5 K ' ' Q A A ' S' ,, f, . vu-an .-,ts .se , lv! , ,, ,,.s...sb,e silzmli is-fi ttf' ,. ...J fi. at-,ri . 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But most of all, you've made us proud! ,, ,, ., L .. ,LL,, ,fat-,,zs,g,g..,5p, 4, J Vtr, I ff 1 52 w.,s,:uiw1,,n',+f ti ,nt I 4.4" Congratulations, Elizabeth! tw., I si' A Love, Dad, Mom, and Anna n+,:f,,w ,,, sf .. eff ' 1- JASON YOU'RE THE FIRST TO LEAVE THE NEST YOU AIMED TO BE THE BEST. NOW REACH FOR A STAR WE KNOW YOU'LL GO FAR FOR YOU, MY SON, HAVE PASSED THE TEST!!! -P9 123137 ALL OUR LOVE, DAD, MOM, JENNY, JOSH, AND JAMIE God has bestowed so many precious blessings on us through you, our beautiful daughter. We truly are so proud of you. Always know we believe in you and that we love you so very, very much. We pray God will bless you and keep you forever in his care. Jackie, Always remember that happiness is created in our minds, it's not something we search for through money or material things. We hope that one of the most important things we taught you is to love. Respect others and learn the value of giving. Act in a manner you wish to be treatedg be proud of yourself. Stand tall and leam to depend on yourself. Laugh and smile as much as you can, to help bring joy back into the world. Have faith in othersg be understanding. Only take from this earth those things which you really need, so there will be enough for others. Leam to appreciate the people who love you, the simple beauty God gave you, and find peace and security within yourself. Most important of all, count your blessings, kneel and pray, and keep your faith from day to day. ,ff Love forever, Mom, Dad, and Tim Remember: Matt. 6:19-34 Matt. 7:7g John 145 Matt. 22:37-39 l '. :L'.:?"':EE:.i. f 'f' Wi? iiiiffl' ll ',.l' . i..iE.Kif?k:!,'W fEEi5lm?i...-ie' -. 5' iii: ' ' ,I :,i gfgggf-' , y ,-,te ,pl -,,5:r:gi,g , LgL,f ,,,,,w T 1, ,yi wt, .H -. ' A , A r 1 ' - t '--' V ee-e V -2 .. .. , ,, ,, ,. v .L , X , - -- e V c 1 ' f A 4 tt ,, . 314 I f V . 1 ' H . A' l 5 ..., ,, ,i - ,W , f , ,,,,, - , 1 , .. ,. -, . Q ' ' , ,, J '. g ' 1,1 fag-sag-,ga,1g fv .' gf, ,ffl . 'f y ,jg,ffg-age-eg wr f- 4 rfsfrj-fk5. p "'- f V' egg qu, ig: , f f f. f-gj-Q: ' 2 -: ---- - -'t' V- fan.. .ee J I , .t.,t,..,,,,f . . ,ff.f:.51,,5esltsltw,x'2'. if ta, ,i.ifM..ifeiff, y 1, ,rg , . wiv it . Dearest Aleacia Lee Reeder, There is a lot of pleasure,as well as a little sadness, in watching you become a young woman. 'lt seems like only yesterday that 'L put pigtails your hair and bandages on your knees. blow does one ever find the words to thoroughly portray g this bundle of exuberance who L livens up our day? ,For daughters are a cluttered room, P a steady-ringing phone, ,a flurry of activity, a human cylone. who is this charming little gal 1 we fondly call our daughter .... L this girl who primps and uses up a full tanh of hot water? f She's the song in our heart f iwhen hers are not playingD, f She's a marvel, a mystery, that goes without saying. fShe's the princess who convinces us L that "everything goes!" Find can wrap us round her finger , without our ever hnowing. f She's a wonder, a sweetheart, and we must confide, N f she's the joy of our life f and the source of our pride! 5 All our love, Nom, Dad, and Elizabeth :W -sr .i ., fi, fy" , K f 'Via' 1 '-f -' ' ' . ..f1'f',f'- 'Tm'3s'fz:'f'4'f-.Ql':4 -? xx. vfxf'- s egg- r. fit -H v--f "'ln all thy ways achnowledge Ciod, and 3-le will direct you. Proverbs 5:6 17 .i 4 fMagg,k,Epdg?S?3,.lEW.M.M-wM,g,, eidmwdm ,,.. , WW, .,,, . M,,m.w,,,i,,,,w .WN V m.,,....:: M. , nh? .... ......,g , W wwwflghf ., -2, - ,..:,,,w,3E?, - , M. Ili 1 i f ' 1, ,, MM.. A ,gwg .M awww'- ' , -W W mt- iw Jfkmff V 1 Jlbimk -3, our X .5 M ' " We ff-T i 1' fkzjm,if.g:5 221. .M , i . it m5i,5gl,,t. ,ggi ' mf-H , we Wai.. -,, 5 5 at V - its www' fig, ' fi. fi, tm- -5 -.5-15--3. rmsw, if ,L .?ii,m,a - all , Pk fi. , Siiimfiii , mi N, ,..... . -if f . ---- gf .as -4:5 'vYf7"iI4 'Y 1 1: r- :sift wa-ifiwi J ,. 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As you journey down life's highway, there will be many obstacles entering your path but just remember--- VVhen the road you are trudging seems all uphill: stop if you must, but don't quit. "Be strong and of a good courage: but not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:9 Your proud and loving mother- Rachel Rhodes Lewis Sis--- Ihope you do well in college. Remember, I will always love you. -Orvell Lewis ' su S Jef r J Q Jw' ' 1' A 'Ae C, 4 . 'E lr'l 1 HW "f- -I --:- ,iiii if 'i Y .5 ,Yi li Us " ' f, tain tl ..... , . A , ,wg , ,V , , L. - i ,g ,g-,wm,1f,f,,.,'.-,M L, if fi: i ,y f . egg-,Vw f- -. , gm 1, - , .. -3 41512121 .W X ,, ffM:w,:, ,skis ,bi i. Wt-ing--giisfjigmxi-, 4, .W-.11,gl,QWg,L H5 K, ,, -1 7, . , ,, 1 M 1 ' lf- M, , :X - 'ff-fm:-gr-din .,usfw.,fffrwwvlmfaarg., W L ,, . A -, .- J, in ,, ,K W, 1, zgsf- .,,, f . ,U Z., W ,. V , , , 1 -' -I 7 ' ll J I 1 ' xi , g . .:.. - wiiiii . .... -41 w ,i:.xi' ' ,.ii. , f ,, K t -K -L-- I H i . H A 4 wif-:: K - A f i . , ,. 1 ,,,f f ' SEL?-ik-'1-ffifsiiflif w,,ari:m,f ,: 545: r-ls-mg K1 ,flue ..:,:J: -K Dfw, . K A ' i 11 K K1KTiE ,i ' iw, , ,,,,,, . ,W A g,,,m J I , ,, .sg . ww , , ,, ,lg .. A V, 4 fi-,,l::. g :ff i- - 55' ' ' ' Congratulations Cindy I my ., , ,IV k.kkk ,ng 1, 45,5-L. .i ew, Tina, ,,-,, . 1-,y-,WH 4 You have been a bright e little star in our eyes. May you always keep that sparkle in your eye and a smile on your face. v . . fc ' 'f ' ' We Love You! Mom 84 Dad Cindy, David, Tim, We're proud of you yesterday, 8cSusan 2 today, and always. We love you, Mother, Dad, Mindy, and Dusty ffl I I - - I Us Q, Bringing a child into the world provides . . y parents with two wonderful experiences. K i C One is being instrumental in your learning and development, and seeing the results. - 0 p The other is the reward of sharing in your u ,Q K triumphs and achievements. ""' Thank you Kellie for filling our lives with " so much joy and happiness. f Love, Mother, Dad, Tara, Lori, and Saint K is x i l A A S ...wt A X , Q, ,, 'L gf- .. . .gf K 'i K1 KK ,TTT 5' iffxgv-:xref 1 . iii K K Q - .... K K 'KKK i .,., 1 , ,, - 1 . V ,- i t 'K K K ,, ' 5 t ,MV Q ,v,,. t ,,,,,,,,,g Y L . ,, ,, ,,,,. , ,,,, ,,,, , t ,,,,,,,, ,, .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, t ,, ,.,, A - -f :KwaiH.if,-we-1:1--gr+3f1..:fer:-,ezmff-gy45,55 - --,,:...5 1 g ,gfryag 3'f,-f.,l,-g2yg1,,,g,,,g,,,wa.f..:.,.1,,::--fi:--.1 -ff- +I- ' l There once was a daughter named Brooke She was good with pen and with book. She had wit, she had style. She was quick with a smile. For perfection she was easily mistook. For this girl who will always prevail, Pride shines bright on hill and on dale. We wish her luck and success. And since she knows our address, We expect to receive tons of mail. Dad 84 Carolyn Congratulations Jeremy, We love you for who you are and are . grateful for what . t S i you have become in Christ. Wk Mathew 6:33 Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you. Love, Dad, Mom, 8a Larry .. we , 152 A ' r t W You are a child of the universe as much as the trees and the stars you have a right to be here. Go placidly amid the noise...and remember what peace there may be m silence Be at peace with God whatever you perceive him to be and, whatever your labors-- keep peace with your soul. Faith in God...is found in the , f , is l fL ' i , if-1 .,, - we' .:' 1,,Zi..:j A , ' . ' ' I at H t , - ' '- lt nl t s T -- Fa' o y , is ' ii 1 Q 1 ss' i is Whatawoman is contributes most refmed life, the freest govcmment, the profoundest philosophy, the noblest poetry, the purest humanity. i much more to her happiness than what she "has"... what a woman is in herself, what accompanies her when she is alone, what no one can give her or take away --is...more essential to her than everything she has in the way of possessions, or what she may be in the eyes of the world. Dearest Shannon, 'bi As on graduation day you become my lovely, ever-so-competent, grown daughter, please know that I will always care about what you are doing, how you are, what fills your world, and where your dreams 1 are taklng you, because, wherever you go, my heart, my love, and my support go with you. Much love, - ' -I Mom 'QZZI ,- ,n- 1--fflky Danny Boy Congratulations and thanks for being such a special son. Always remember that we love you and so does God. Romans Love, Mama 8c Daddy 8:28 so sf., . t f' .5 PH' S S ,E .4 , leafy-V J. lse,i is f , 1 K - ug. ' My daughter, I am so proud of you When you were bom you were A beautiful addition to our family. Now that you are growing up I see You are a beautiful addition to the world. I am so proud of you. As I watch you doing things on your own I know you will find happiness and success Because Of your confidence and abilities, self-knowledge and values. Daily I am astounded to hear you speak so intelligently Your wisdom grows and grows as you do. You are my delight, a joy, a beautiful person. Even so, I want you to know, I am always here for you, to understand, support you and most of To love you my daughter Derisa- All my love, your Mom. all X l n l f A is She's a sunbeam sent straight from heaven Called Stacey - given name at her birth Then, a sweet babe - now, lovely woman Beau petite, graceful, loving and pert, - God blessed us - She gave us a reason for living Made us smile when t'was so hard to do She filled empty hearts - overflowing And made all the grey skies seem blue - God grant her joy - We'll try never to sorrow - Since she'd know it and she would weep too We pray all people she touches Will give her love always true - God love her - Since birth we've known she must leave us To find her own place in the land So as her presence brought us closer to heaven We pray "God keep her safe in thy hands" Written by, Nedda .Q iw' To our beloved Stacie, We love the memories of your infancy, even all those nights you climbed head-first out of your crib and screamed until we rescued you. We love the memories of all those trips to dance classes and the recitals that we watched until the very last number. We love the memory of baton lessons and practices when you dropped the baton, picked it up, and continued doggedly on. We love the memories of the early moming rush to band practice and the football halftimes when we tried to find out which one you were before the music ended. We love the memories of teaching you to drive and watching nervously as you left for the first time on your own. All the things you experienced as you grew into a beautiful young woman, we will remember and love always. But most of all we will remember and love you. Our love 'til eternity, Dad, Mother, Stephanie, Sara, and Grandmother . -, .... -i, 1. - ,. , .. -r W . - 'Y 'giyv Jxgvv iz. f-f- i VV'VV', I .. ...,, , ..., .. , , .., , . E . V mf- ra -""""' -aw W- ---- ff ' k- .. , ,r 4 -f , H Lg, 1, gs.. J H "HM ff ',is'J"i':'. 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Love, Latin Club 8: The Management CONGRATULATIONS Hamm Not Pictured Audrey Dryburgh J 'Nm Eason Stephanie Dibacw Michael Johnson Keffb' Iunkin Tony Manasseri Kris SC088if1S Bryan Thompson Brooke Olson Rachel Wilson Sherri Fields Jenny Wicks Laura Tflble Kevin M0013 Lori Baumann Felicia Holmes Debbie John Hrad Mike Gensler Bret McCabe Sonya Allen Shane M01-gan Sean Conner Ray Sgafin We are proud of you and your accomplishments. Keep shooting for your goals! Dear Ruby, Qu are so special!! Growing up together was an experience I will always treasure. Thank vou! Continue to trust God, He will never let you down. As a family we are confident in your ability and proudly look forward to your success! Love, Mom, Larry 8: Audrey Mark, Scott, Jimmy, and Rob Through the years, so much has changed. Our love for you has grown. While others may come to be that friend, A piece of our heart will be yours. Love, Andrea 8: Meredith X, ls 532 ':,...4.W f::-f1-- '--- 1"- "'1: 1- -- -':x-- gg . ':. : - f ., ' :' ., la- f I t 1 ' - 4 'zyi , . To our daughter that We re so proud ShCI'I'1 Flelds . of. Fly h1gh, free, and proud, and , remember that We re always here f' 1 , d ,il V for ou. gg, Q 1 El ly: ill s? Qs,-E lf KF V V ft' S X - my Q. , , 22 , ,F if gg ' s 555 A 2 R, rl 1 ft. h , Love, Mom 8a S.Dad li -us 2 il? ' Nj , -s Thank you for being such ' a wonderful son 8: brother. ,, Congratulations e Ryan! la, t 1 1 e u - i n:-as., Wi ?"'l IEE!! ri at ,E tx!!! tiki 32225: E32 Et 5 , fe 3 ,Exit Eli ggi, 5 SL a Q v 1 tt 24 'gi i in A its 1515 is e, 9 tg ,- 1 y tiltif V 55 glia l g f ! , l K imi. ag 5, 'V ,I Q Our Love, ,i i it l f l ,E 3 1, Mom, Dad, 55 51? lvl a m i, 8a Chad y , Ri f We Love You, t at Dad, Mom, Jeff, 8a Klm f J - ,t ,t , E 95 .Q . lb w' a t ---A t gift? 1 QU' . i,,,,.m m f ,,,,., , nw-1 223 t " N - Y ,t V, Ai ' , A f' Through the years, We cou1dn't be prouder. Love, Mom, Dad, and Bill NK HA T T H E WONDERFUL MEIVIORIE S WEL s OF GOOD SP STEVE D BRA VE Y ou, Mom, DAD, AND TS Michelle Kristin Q r g , i .V K 1-as lm, W V V AJ aw . P 'xl I If I , '7 i K 5 A Q , i lif: 9:11 -3. 0 I 1 N1 JL fav A A+, . - Q Varsity Basketball Captain I guess all mothers worry about their daughters as they grow older I know I have wondered 1f I might have been a little too hard on you at t11T1eS or maybe a l1ttle too easy on you at other times There were moments when I never really knew for sure But now as I look back Iam so thankful Imust have done somethmg right along the way for I can truly say I am proud to be your mother Love Mom y t JM v h I ,,, . ' . ' . . ' ' ' H ll - I 7 ' ll ll ' . X 0 ll ' ll ' 3 7 . 9 ----- ' 3 H P ' ., ,.-Y f . 1 umm-H' ..- .Q-. --- :nur , L-.-,I ww, ..-. .Wg ' I "!' ' " ---- '- -.,. 1: " "" e- . .. . g The orchestra takes great pride in this tribute to our Seniors. Through your hard work, dedication, and loyalty, you have grown to great heights musically and you have helped the orchestra to grow with you. Much love and great fortune as you move on to your future. Congratulations to Seniors Marni Kerner, Rachel Wilson, and Debbie Dunklee The Symphonic Orchestra, Concert Orchestra and Mr. D J'NAN Nana, , , . . . Thank you for always being You re all grown up, but you re still our little girl. there when I need someone, Always remember. . . "If you can dream it, you can Love, Dee Dee do it." Love, Daddy and Mommy Nana, You'll always be special to me... best friends, good Ninny, times, understanding, and I love you very much. love- Lesley Forever, Kenny ATM Gig em, Aggies! -'K'-Q Tp-.. astra ,.F"'i"" 2,755 -'f'f'fffff1f5ffmiig: ---' 5- eff QL 15' .' if: .4 . .L 1 , ' F ff II.. e. 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107, 213 Allen, Wyndee - 53 Allibhai, Salima - 53 Allibhai, Shafiq - 107 Allinder, Tracie - 254 Allmon, Stacey - 11, 53, 205, 207, 242, 321 Alonzo, Gilbert - 53 Altamirano, Linda - 93, 227, 252 Altamirano, Martha - 53 Alvarado, Claudia - 107 Alvarez, Luisa - 78, 79, 192, 227, 242, 243 Alve, Seth - 93, 159 Anderson, Brian - 53, 239 Anderson, Christa - 93 Anderson, Lara - 22, 79, 80, 195 Anderson, Mary - 53, 255 Anselmo, Susannah - 53 Antoine, Genell - 107, 212 Anwar, Sadia - 66, 93 Anzalota, Carmen - 107 Apple, Matthew - 24, 53, 222, 223 Aramayo, Elizabeth - 107, 212 Arandia, Marcos - 107 Archer, Shannon - 107, 213 Arghgmbaud, Andre - 93, 1 Arebalo, Jennifer - 79 Arens, Kristin - 7, 22, 79, 215, 216 Arie, Lee - 93 Annalavage, Christian - 33, 34, 53, 65, 137, 150, 166 Armentrout, James - 79, 156, 157 Armradit, Paul- 107, 141 Amold, Cassandra - 79 Amold, Matthew - 107 Arrington, Jeffrey - 53 Arruda, Nancy - 93, 210 Askew, Robert - 93, 159 Atirggnd, Scott - 53, 137, Austin, Susan - 93 Avrett, Mary - 107 B Babu, Smitha - 78, 79, 82 Babu, Sopna - 93 Bacak, Julie - 79, 84, 222, 336 INDEX 223 Bachta, Christoph - 93, 140 Bader, Anne - 79,228 Bader, Kristine - 53 Badgley, Ronald - 93 Bagggett, Trisha - 10, 36, 92, Bagley, Brian - 79 Bagwell, Tony - 93, 140, 174, 175, 176 Bailey, Candace - 93 Bailey, Cynthia - 18, 92, 93 Daniel- 53 Bailey, Bailey, Elizabeth - 107, 213, 226 Bailey, Jonathan - 70, 79, 189 Bailey, Kristin - 78, 79, 227, 244, 255 Bailey, Stacy - 79 Baker, Carlotta - 234 Baker, Cynthia - 79 Baker, John - 107, 141 Baker, Nova - 79 Baldridge, Andrew - 79 Baldwin, James - 198 Ball, Dawn - 79 Ballard, Kenneth - 93 Ballard, Ronald - 93 Ballgigee, Charlene - 93, Banks, Christoph - 79 Banks, Michael - 79 Bannister, Kerrie - 107 Bamcord, Geneva - 79, 242, 243, 247, 250 Bamer, Matthew - 107, 151 Bamer, Robert - 54 Bames, Scott - 5, 23, 93, 212, 215, 216 Barrera, Yvette - 107, 118, 145. 155 Barrett, Angela - 54 Ba51ick, Katherine - 107, 52 Barrios, Manuel- 79 Barrow, Ryvan - 54, 235 Barrow, Tyrone - 93 Barry, D. - 78, 79, 231 Baaotn, Kimberly - 54, 232, Bass, Christina - 54, 254, 303 Bass, Stacy - 79 Bassett, Kirk - 79 Bastone, Al - 93, 140 Batchelor, Michael - 79, 168 Baumann, Jenitta - 107 Baumann,Lori - 54, 195, 231, 279 Bautista, Jason - 107, 151 Bautista, Karen - 6, 79 Baylor, Susan - 93, 192, 194 Bazaco, Lisa - 52, 54 Beattie, David - 93, 102, 189, 198 Beavers, Katherine - 93 Beavers, Margaret - 93 Beck, Stacy - 107, 161 Beckley, Gail - 54, 79, 91, 228, 232, 246, 252 Beckman, Michael - 93 Belew, Nichole - 79 Bell, Jonathan - 93 Bell, Michelle - 52, 54, 161, 225, 252, 264 Bell, Stephen - 79 Bender, Karla - 93 Befifafides, Miguel - 137, Benke, Vem - 107 Bennett, Challis - 79 Begigigztt, Jennifer - 54, 240, Bennington, Shelley - 54 Berger, Kimberly - 107, 212 Bemal, Robert - 79 Berry, L. - 252 Besier, Brian - 93, 140 Bcssette, Coral - 93 Bessire, Heath - 141 Bingham, Noel- 54, 273 Birch, Stephen - 93 Birchfield, K. - 186 Bircglgall, Laurie - 107, 145, 1 Bislgop, Tracie - 107, 160, 1 1 Bittner, Brian - 54 Black, Melissa - 54, 235 Blackshear, Tina - 25, 54, 93 Blackwell, Dan - 93. 150 Blair, Amy - 93, 198 Blair, Jason - 194 Blair, Sandi - 94,198, 239. 258, 259 Blalock, Katherine - 79, 235 Blanch, Alexander - 94 Blanco, Kevin - 107 Blanton, Claudia - 92, 94 Blanton, Gregory - 55 Bloomer, Keri - 107 Bloomingdale, Clifford Blozsg Tami - 79, 152, 153, 1 Bodnar, Jason - 55, 94 Bodnar, John - 195, 216, 224, 225, 244, 246, 248, 249 Boehler, James - 79 Boehm, Ryan - 94 Boeker, Kimberly - 79 Boeker, William - 94, 221 Bozhannon, Leslie - 79, 241, 57 Bolig, Katherine - 107 Bolig, Michelle - 55 Bolson, Craig - 53, 80, 198, 239 Bondoc, Juan - 55 Bondurant, Amy - 94, 195, 196, 197 Bondurant, John - 80, 195, 197 Bonhard, Jana - 94 Bortle, Amber - 55 Bosland, Kristen - 94 Bott, Lisa - 55 Bouffard, Kevin - 55, 80 Bouffard, Konrad - 225 Bouse, Susan - 107, 198 Bowers, Gwen - 55 Bowles, Candace - 107, 213 Bolglgs, Ruby - 34, 52, 55, Bowman, Deanna - 55 Bowman, Kristen - 94, 192 Boyd, James - 250, 254 Boyd, Kristy - 55 Boyd, Shana - 55 Bozco, L. - 244 Boyle, Gabriel - 107, 159 Boyle, Robin - 55 Bradford, Elmer - 80 Bradford, Mark - 94 Brgggord, Sara - 107, 212, Brady, Movanna - 80 Bragg, Michael - 107 Brake, Kristi - 94 Brandon, David - 94 Branom, Kelly - 52, 55 Branson, Chnstoph - 80 Braggtetter, William - 80, Brashear, Andrew - 1, 55, 137, 138, 157, 174, 244, 306 Brasil, Chad - 107 Bray, Derrick - 151 Breckenfeld, Ted - 107 Breglgenridge, Vance - 80, 1 Brenner, Jeremy - 107 Brsgtfr, Lisa - 78, 80, 225, Brewer, Carole - 80, 205, 227, 242, 244, 246 Brewer, Jamie -- 55 Brewington, Amy - 107, 108, 194, 213 Brewington, Carrie - 78, 80, 244, 246, 258, 260, Briggs, Sarita - 107 Bnghton, Michelle - 55, 242 Bristow, Angela - 108, 213 Brock, Timothy - 84, 94, 159, 184 Brooks, Andrew - 94, 162 Brooks, Michael - 55, 137 Brooks, Wendy - 108, 210 Brooks, William - 55, 137 Brown, Anthony - 195, 196 Brown, Chris - 80 Brown, Dawn - 80 Brown, Deanna - 94 Brown, Jason - 94, 157 Brown, Jason - 108 Brown, Jesse - 108 Brown, Kari - 108,213 Brown, Matthew - 94 Brown, Michael - 7, 55, 147 Brown, Robert - 108 Brown, Stephen - 242 Bruanr, V. - 244 Bruckner, Heidi - 56 Brumlield, Tracy - 56, 61, 205, 207, 254, 267 Bruzda, Amie - 108 Bryer, Mark - 80 Bucgignan, Christian - 94, 1 Buchanan, Tracy - 80 Buckley, Jeffrey - 80 Budd lll, Richard - 34, 56. 134, 136, 137 Budhrani, Vanita - 78, 80 Budilovsky, Susan - 108 Buettner, Jody - 80 Bullard, Natasha - 80 Buzrggamer, Jennifer - 94, Bumpas, Arthur - 80 Bunch, Kalisa - 94, 196, 198 Burch, Renee - 108 Burchfield, Kristen - 94 Bufglzette, Sherri - 52, 56, Burgess, Jason - 108 Burgess, Jon - 56, 195, 196, 1 7 Bumet, Jennie - 94, 198 Bumctt, Gina - 80, 135, 226, 244, 258, 260, 261 Bumctt, Kristin - 94 Bums, Angela - 56, 205 Burrow, John -108, 141, 159 Burrow, Richard - 94 Burzynski, Craig - 108 Burzynski, Jon - 80 Buscher, Mark - 174 Bush, Michael - 94 Bynum, Rochelle - 108 Byrd, Jason - 108 C Caffey, Karla - 80, 205 Cain, Chesley - 94, 139 Cain, William - 56 Caldwell lll, Chancey - 32, 34, 56, 137,310 Calero, Heather - 56 Calhoun, Michael - 80 Callow, Kevin - 108, 168 Calvert, Susan - 56, 212, 215, 216, 219, 265 Cameron, Kenneth - 108 Campbell, Joseph - 108, 141 Campos, Yesenia - 165 Canales, Amy - 80, 90 Cannon, Laura - 94, 198, 205, 210 Cannon, Lisa - 56 Cannon, Marvin - 56, 255 Cano, Danny - 108, 141 Canon, Dianne - 45, 56, 195, 255, 284 Canon, Lisa - 108, 206 Caples, Rebecca - 108, 212 Cardarella, Marc - 108 Carden, Philip - 94 Carey, Michael - 80, 140 Carlson, Jennifer - 80, 227 Carlson, Kimberly - 201 Carlson, Laura - 80 Carmical, Dedra - 19, 56, 242 Carmichael, Trey - 56 Cames, Kevin - 108, 213 Carpenter, Heather - 56 Can, Daniel - 108 Carr, Michelle - 80 Carrell, John - 80 Carroll, Johnita - 56 Carrozza, Holly - 56 Carruthers, Todd - 80, 198 Carter, Chance - 152, 153 Carter, Timothy - 56, 137, 231, 281 Carter, Trey - 56, 137 Carter, Walter - 108 Cartlidge, Kimberly - 80 Casebolt, Theresa - 94 Cassidy, Sean - 80, 186 Casso, Sara - 80 Castillo, Maribel - 94 Castillo, Pablo - 108 Castro, Jose - 108 Catalano, Elizabeth - 242 Cavanaugh, Shawn - 108 Cervantes, Samuel - 80, 174 Chacko, Anita - 57, 235 Chadderdon, Brian - 108 Chadwick, Gene - 108 Chainey. Lisa - 57, 236, 302 Chaky, Derek - 94 Chaky, Erick - 57, 75, 195 Chan, Ling -108 Chandler, Chris - 108 Chaney, Monte - 108 Chang, Han - 80, 194 Chao, Cynthia - 94, 195, 231. 239, 252 Chao, Pu Chia - 108 Chapman, Andrea - 80, 198, 203, 205, 258 Chapman, Bryan - 80, 137, 174, 175 Chapman, Dhangi - 108, 151, 176 Charity, Capuzene - 108, 213 Chatelain, Kelly - 57 Chesky, Tracie - 85 Childs, Brandon - 108 Chivis, Earl - 94 Cho, David - 80, 232 Cho, Eun - 108,252 Choi, Hui - 94 Chrisman, Tiffany - 95,210 Christopher, Justin - 141 Chung, Linh - 108 Ciancia, Micah - 95 Clancy, Dana - 78, 80, 205 Clark, Angela - 108, 145 Clark, Bryan - 80 Clark, Holly - 78, 81, 205 Clark, Larry - 108, 151 Clarkson, Jonathan - 81, 160, 174, 175 Clarrissimeaux, Stefanie - 57, 165 Clay, Kenneth - 7, 34, 57, 244 Clements, Aaron - 81 Cleveland, Vanessa - 57 Clint, N. - 140 Clinton, Laura - 81 Clippard, Nicole - 108 Cloninger, Amy - 31, 81, 208, 209 Coate, Shelby - 57 Coats, Mark - 95, 174 Cochran, John - 108 Cochran, Kristi - 57 Cochran, Stephenie - 108, 192, 213 Cochran, Thomas - 57, 135, 166, 192 Cockrell, Clinton - 88 Cockrill, Jeff- 140 Coco, Mysti - 108, 203 Coday, Michelle - 95, 165 Codina, Alan - 57, 166, 226, 244, 246, 247, 271 Codina, Claudia - 95, 142, 144, 154 Coe, Russell- 109, 141, 159 Coffey, Sheila - 43, 57, 73, 225, 244 Cogbum, Onis - 59 Cogbum, Sylvia - 95 Cohn, Brian - 12, 109, 141 Coker, Karen - 43, 57, 205, 255, 266 Cole, Johne - 57 Coleman, Ronald - 70 Coleman, Suzanne - 95 Collins, Christi - 95, 213 Collins, Erica - 109, 212 Collins, Jason - 81, 246 Collins, Keena - 109, 145, 155, 178 Collis, Mark - 81 Comstock, Kimberly - 81 Congemi, Jennifer - 95 Conner, Damon - 186 Conner, Michael - 109 Conner, Sean - 57, 186 Conrad, Denise - 81 Conway, Jeffrey - 184 Cook, Amy - 17, 81, 227, 243, 247, 248, 251 Cook, Christy - 95, 144, 154, 187, 242 Cook, Justin - 109 Cook, Michael - 109 Cook, Piper - 109, 213 Cool, Michelle - 109, 212 Coon, Matt - 223 Coon, Michael - 57, 157, 240, 241, 283 Cooper, Donald - 95, 150 Cope, Steven - 95, 184 Coplam, E. - 252 Copp, Ami- 34, 57, 191, 209, 242 Corcoran, Pamelyn - 109, 213 ordes, Stephanie - 81 om, Dorothy - 109 orn, Regina - 95 omwell, Lawrence - 57, , 137, 274 Corrigan, Joseph - 57 Cortinas, Dalia - 81 1Cosack, Jackie - 9 Courson, Jacquelin - 109 Covey, Cayce - 109, 212 LCovey, Charla - 31, 32, 34, 57, 208, 209, 255,285 Cox, Brent- 81 Cox, Christoph - 81 Cox, Gregory - 95 3Cox, Lucinda - 58 ,Cox, Robert - 95 Cox, S. - 141 'Cozart, Christoph - 95, 198 1Craft, Sean - 81 Craft, Shannon - 109, 212 Craft Jr., David - 95, 98, 222, 223 Craver, Cherisa - 81, 153 Crawford, Carrie - 81, 153 'Crawford, Shawn - 109 Crawley, Gary - 1, 4, 20, 58, ' 212 Crimmins, David - 23, 95, , 216 !Critch1ie1d, Darren - 109, 141, 176 Cropp, Karli - 85, 242 Crosby, Kent- 78, 81, 201, 226, 227, 244, 246, 251 Crosby, Shane - 58, 226, 244, 247, 255, 294 Cross, Joe - 222 4Cross, Stacie - 191, 209 Crowder, Tammy - 109, 213 iCrowell, Troy - 81, 160, 172, 174 Crumb, Tyra - 14, 78, 81, 227, 232, 243, 252, 258, 259, 261 Crump, Thomas - 109 ,Crutsinger, Howard - 81, 137, 244 Cruz, Luis - 58, 137 Culp, Stacey - 81, 154, 192 'Culver, David - 58, 222 Cunnginham, Chris - 81 lCure, Alison, - 95, 144 Curran, Kellie - 81 Curtis, Janelle - 95 Cutrer, Angela - 81, 205, 212 D Dabelgott, Clint- 109, 151 Dagley, Mark - 81, 150 Daily Jr., John - 232 Dale, Jacob - 109 Dale, Nathaniel - 109 Dalton, Jason - 109 Dalton, Jeffrey - 195, 198, 257 Dam, Hien - 95 Dang, Tai - 109 Darden, Kimberly - 58 Darst, Jennifer - 109 Daughtry, Alicia - 43, 55, 58, 190, 306 Davis, Angela - 81, 257 Davis, Cristi -- 58, 230 Davis, Debra - 78, 81, 205 Davis, Donna - 81, 235 Davis, Joseph - 95 Dzgtgs, Kelley - 109, 165, 1 Davis, Marvin - 95 Davis, Ramie - 58, 276 Davis, Tianne - 95 Davis, William - 95, 198 Day, David - 95 De Blasi, Lauren - 210 De Priseo, Greg - 81, 91 De Vivo, Susan - 81 Dean, Michelle - 95 De Blasi, Lauren - 109 Decker, Jennifer - 81, 126, 191, 208, 269 Decker, Julee - 34, 58, 191, 208, 209, 242, 282 Decroix, William - 109 Dedmon, Kevin - 58 Dekeyrel, Michael - 81 Dekeyrcl, Mitchell - 95 Demes, Oscar - 76 Denbrook, Alan - 109 Denney, Trae - 81, 150 Dennis, Chess - 109 Depalma, Nicholas - 82 Depe, C. - 184 Dial, Amie - 82 Diaga, Joseph - 95, 102, 5 Dibacco, Stefanie - 58, 230, 231, 244, 246 Dibenedetto, John - 109, 159 Dickey, Donny - 95, 198 Dickinson, Fred - 109, 189 Dillard, Casey - 109, 160 Dillon, Kelly - 58, 291 Dimas, Oscar - 58 Dinda, David - 58, 137, 166, 242 Dismore, Benjamin - 109 Dismore, Matthew - 82 Dixon, Beverly - 82, 198 Dixon, Michael- 95, 195 Dobbs, Michael - 58 Doctry, E. - 205 Doherty, Stacie - 109, 212 Donch, Elizabeth - 58 Donlon, Andrew - 109, 176 Donovan, Fredrick - 95 Donovan, Todd - 109, 141 Dorazi, Anthony - 109 Doss, Jason - 109 Doty, Brian - 109, 168 Doty, Robert - 95 Douphrate, David - 58 Douthitt, Shane - 95, 150 Dowdlc, Cindy - 82 Dowling, Corey - 109, 198 Downes, William - 186 Doyle, Erin - 95 Drake, Amy - 109 Drake, Jeffrey - 58 Drechsler, Lisa - 25, 45, 52, 58, 222, 223 Drechsler, Stephen - 95 Dresser, David - 82 Dreg Shelly - 23, 93, 95, 1 Drieling, Michael - 82, 189 Driver Christ -109 213 1 Y 4 Dryburgh, Audrey - 59, 230, 244, 246, 295 Duckworth, Marianne - 95 Ducy, Kimberly - 109, 213 Duhon, Meagan - 109 Duke, Holly - 108, 109, 212 Duke, Kyle - 82 Duncan, Derisa - 52, 59, 242, 320 Dunldee, Deborah - 59, 192, 231, 244 Dunklee, Kathleen - 109, 192 Dunlap, Thomas - 23, 93 Dunn, Ditrick - 109, 141, 176 Dunn, Latanya - 109, 155, 180 Dunn, Sabrina - 59 Dunning, Joanne - 109, 212 Dunning, Katherine - 95, 169 ' Durst, David - 82 Duval, Richard - 110 Dvorkin, Sara - 95 Dwight, Jennifer - 82 Dziuba, Daniel - 95 E Eapen, Sheeba - 82, 225, 251 Eason, J. Nan - 59, 332 Easterling, Brad - 1 10, 141, 151, 184 Easterling, Steven - 59, 137, 330 Eastland, Julie - 95, 205 Ebner, Patrick - 96 Echebarria, Amaya - 82, 232 Echeverri, Sandra - 96, 225, 242, 243 Eddy, Angela - 110, 212 Eddy, Kimberly - 25, 96, 223 Edmondson, Jennifer - 96 Edwards, Donnie - 82 Edwards, .lohn - 82 Edwards, Troy - 82 Elam, Dia - 106, 110, 213 Elkins, Henry - 59, 224, 225, 244, 245, 254, 255 Ellis, Jennifer - 110, 210 Ellsworth, Bret- 12, 110, 141, 184 Ellsworth, Tammi - 59 Elmore, Jason - 82 Elmore, Lori - 96, 198 Elmore, Melissa - 96 Elrod, Melissa - 110 Elwell, Jason - 223 English, Joel -- 4, 43, 59, 215, 219 Enright, Robert - 19, 59, 62, 234, 242, 299 Ensley, Vonnetaru - 110 Ericksen, Erik - 110, 169, 192 Erickson, Brenda - 96 Erickson, Deborah - 82 Estes, Aaron - 1 10, 216 Etier, David - 1 10, 176 Evalds, Leeann - 59 Evans, Candace - 82 Evans, John - 82, 226, 227, 244, 246, 247, 250 Evans, Philip - 82 Evfiaig, Sabrina - 96, 154, Everest, David - 96 Evora, Astrophel - 96 F Fadke, Christine - 96, 252 Fahmer, Michael- 82, 198 Faiz, Christina - 110 Fann 11, Terry - 82, 140 Farley, David - 82 Famsworth, Shannon - 1 10, 212 Fast, Michelle - 59 Fauers, C. - 227 Faust, Jennifer - 96, 210 Faust, Kevin - 82 Fegley, Michael - 1 10 Feldman, Eric - 96, 189 Ferencak, Tanya - 78, 82, 195, 227, 232 Ferguson, Jill - 80, 82, 203 Fento, Allison - 96, 212 Ferl, Michael- 110, 176 Ferrario, Eugene - 110, 141 Ferraro S lvia - 96 , Y Fields, Sherri - 59, 231, 258, 259, 261, 262, 329 Fincher, Melissa - 1 10, 212, 213 Finger, Alisha - 82, 242 Finley, Patrick - 59 Ficire, Robert - 37, 54, 198, 54 Fischer, Amy - 96 Fischer, Michael - 59 Fish, Bryan - 110, 168 Fisher, Amy - 82, 260, 261 Fisher, Billy - 110 Fisher, Kelly - 82 Fishman, Marc - 96 Fitzgerald, Karen - 1 10, 203 Fitzsimmons, Scott - 59 Hatt, Daniel - 82 Fleming, Kassandra - 59 Flood, Jason - 82, 150 Flores, Gregory - 110, 141 Flores, Stephanie - 96 Flores Jr,, Juan - 96 Foerster, Mark - 82 Foley, Christine - 161 Foley, Jennifer - 110 Foley, Stephanie - 110 Foisosm, Leigh - 212, 215, Foor, Deana - 59 Ford, Jeffrey - 59, 140 Ford, John - 96 Foshee, Derek - 110 Foshee, Michelle - 59 Foster, John - 121 Fountain, Glen - 110 Frgngis, Lesley - 106, 1 10, 1 Francis, Rhett - 34, 60, 148 Francis, Sharon - 121 Frank, Clinton - 2, 18, 60, 62,137,150,l61, 271 Frank, Katherine - 27, 1 10, 139, 194 Frank, Mark - 82 Frank, Paul - 60 Frank, Tamy - 60, 161, 178 Franklin, Christina - 96, 258 Frawley, Kathleen - 96, 169, 252 Frawley, Shannon - 1 10, 155 Freeman, Monte - 60 French, Kimberly - 60, 187, 255 Frontario, Kristin - 15, 60, 323 Frontario, Marc - 157 Fry, Mary - 60 Fugitt, Deanne - 82 Fulcher, Robert - 110 Fulks, Lisa - 52, 60, 227, 231 Fuller, Lisa -110, 212 Fuller, Scott - 83 Fullerton, Glen - 83 G Gaberdiel, Melanie - 1 10, 212 Gage, Eric - 60, 198 Gajewski, Richard - 83 Gale, Shannon - 83, 191, 209 Gallagher, Michon - 83, 154 Gamero, Jennifer - 83 Gammon, Lajuanda - 96 Gant, Cheryl - 96 Garcia, Falcon - 60, 166, 167 Garcia, Julie - 87 Gardner, Carrie - 110, 213 Gamer, Gregory - 83, 139 Gamer, Royce - 83 Garrett, Jill - 110 Garrett, Megan - 40, 60, 195, 225, 247 Garrison, Debbie -- 25, 60 Gargkson, Jason - 110, 141, Garrison, Julie- 110, 145, 155 Gates, Mark - 96 Gates, Michael - 60, 137, l51,174, 175,189 Gatlin, Jack - 83, 169 Gay, Christoph - 60, 172, 173, 329 Gay, Jeffrey - 110, 184, 185 Gayle, Scott- 83, 137, 174 Geer, Angela - 83 Geiser, Kristin - 96 Gemelli, Theresa - 27, 96 Gensler, Michael - 36, 42, 323215, 216, 219, 249, 251, George, Arun - 83 George, Carrie - 1 10, 195, 244 George, Shyni Ann - 1 10 George, Thresiammk - 1 10 Georgios, Andromeda - 96 German, Xan - 96 Germany, Michael - 60 Giarrusso, Michael - 60 Gibbs, Gregory - 1 10 Gibbs, Jeffrey - 83, 195, 247, 248 Gibson, A. - 184 Gibson, C. - 114 Giddens, Chad - 96, 228 Giffen, Charles - 7, 96, 225, 251 Gilbert, Patrick - 83, 137, 140 Giles, David - 96, 251 Giles, Jeffrey - 60 Giles, Mary - 15, 33, 36, 42, 60, 187, 225, 251, 255, 288 Giles, Todd - 61 Gill, Samuel- 83 Gillespie, Shelby - 1 10 Glaser, Laura - 61 Glatkowski, Amy - 1 10, 155 Glenn, Heather - 96, 205 Glenn, Wendy - 78, 83, 205, 254 Glidewell, Donald - 96 Glosson, Julius - 137 Go, Virginia - 110, 145, 210 Goacher, Richard - 30, 61 Goldwater, Jason - 61, 201, 215, 248, 257 Golonka, Mana - 1 10 Gonzales, Anita - 213 Gonzales, Denise - 32, 61, 205 Gonzale s, Domingo - 110 Gonzales, Duane - 51 Gonzales, John - 1 10 Gordon, Ami- 110 Gordon, Heather - 1 10, 145 Gormly, Elizabeth - 31, 83, 205 Gomall, Wendy - 61, 75, 195, 226, 244, 255 Goushey, Joseph - 96 Grady, William - 32, 42, 48, 61, 71, 132, 226, 227, 244, 246, 247, 333 Graei S Graffeo, 1 81 hannon-1, 112 Angela - 69, 112, Graffeo, Theresa - 83, 254, 344 Grafton, Kelly - 61 Graham, Amy - 112, 199, 202 Graham, Jeffery - 96 Graham, Jonathan - 96 Grant, J ennifer - 61 Grant, Kristin - 83, 241, 257 Gray, Jennifer - 96 Greco, Jonathan - 61, 137, 242 146, Green, Dale - 112 Green, Dawn - 61 Green, Kristen - 96, 242 Green, Travis - 112 Greenstein, Brett - 96, 168 Greenwood, April - 96 Greenwood, Paula - 61, 239 Greer, Christa - 96 Gregorio, Mia - 61 Grider, Jodie - 83 Grider, Katrina - 112, 213 Griffen, Danny - 89 Griflin, Joseph - 61 ' Griffin, Tara - 112, 203 Griffin Jr., James - 112 Griffith, Bradley - 61 Griflith, Michael - 1 12 Grimes, Jennifer - 1 12 Grimes, Mark - 83, 166 Grimes, Michael - 61 Grizzafli, Amy - 17, 112, 210 Grossling, George - 61, 170, 277 Grossman, Alex - 83 Guenther, Scott - 61, 255 Gulley, Duninsalae - 83 Gunn, James - 97 Gutschlag, John - 34, 61, 137, 280 Gwilliam, Heather - 61, 198, 208, 269 Gwilliam, Hollie - 199 Gwynn, Matthew - 97, 140 Hackworth, Wendy - 83, 222, 223 Hailey, Jim - 62 Halderman, David - 62 Hale, Bouke - 62 Hale, Michael- 112 Halli Christian - 1 12, 230, 2 1 Hall, Christina - 97, 195, 239 Hall, Dawn - 196 Hall, Kelly - 97, 169, 192, 242, 252 Hall, Ki Hall, Ki 239 mberly - 83 mberly L. - 97, 192, Hall, Lance - 112 Hall, Scott- 83, 137, 174 Hamilton, Chiara - 97 Hamma Hamma ck, Patrick - 112 r, Katherine - 62, 83, 242 Hammar, Stephanie - 83 Hammerbacher, Lisa - 97, 154 Hammond, David - 1 12, 141, 176 Hammond, Sally - 45, 62, 195, 2 Han, Ch Han, Ch 35, 298 ong - 62 ong - 97 INDEX 337 Kang, Hancock, Kevin - 112, 184 Haney, Elizabeth - 62, 244 Haney, Lori - 112, 246 Hanna, Christi - 112, 145 Hansen, Tamara - 83 Hanson, Alicia - 112, 212 Hanson, Devin - 83 Hardwick, Shannon - 62 Hardwidge, Jason - 1 12 Hare, Sheila - 83 Harelson, Keri - 62 Hargis, William - 198 Hearlgw, Todd - 6, 212, 215, 1 Harmon, Wendy - 112, 213 Hzarfngr, Brooke - 83, 212, Harper, Edwin - 97 Harper 11, Warren - 97 Harrell, Christina - 112, 215, 216 Harris, Amy - 97, 226 Hrggrgs, Andrew - 62, 137, Harris, James - 83 Harris, Marie - 238 Harris, Michelle - 97 Harrison, Jennifer - 97, 212, 215, 216 Harrison, Michael- 97, 140, 184, 185 Han, Tamara - 28, 83, 195, 227, 254 Harvey, Brandon - 97 Harvick, Shannon - 62, 274 Ha2r5ige11,Jil1- 97, 103, 163, Haselden, Stacey - 97, 144 Haselden, Tracey - 97, 257 Hast, Gregory - 62 Hathaway, Jenell - 97 Hatton, Stephanie Hatton, Tramonica - 1 12 Haugh, Daniel- 112 Hawkins, Tina - 97, 258 Hayes, Michelle - 112 Hazelwood, Jeffrey - 3, 97 Hezargell, Jacqulyn - 112, I Heasty, Stephanie - 97, 213 Heimer, Charity - 97, 194, 227, 245 Heimer, Christann - 1 12, 213 Heinzer, Julie - 78, 83, 101, 205, 206, 225 Hejl, David - 97 Heller, Kellie - 25, 62, 101, 222, 223, 317 Heller, Tara - 97 Helms, Krista - 25, 62, 221, 223 Helsley, Colin - 112 Hembey, Lana - 97 Hezmingway, Reegan - 112, 1 Henderson, An ela - 83 Henegar, Jenniger - 112,212 Henegar, Stacey - 78, 83, 210, 21 1 Henegar, Stephen - 97 Henry, Robin - 62, 212, 215, 216, 218 Henry, Suzette - 83 Hemandez, Cynthia - 97 Hemandez, Donavon - 1 12 Hemandez, Oscar - 192 Hemandeztarta, Jose Hemdon, Holly - 62, 237 Herr, Alissa - 112, 212 Herrick, Jennifer - 112 Hen'ing, Tina - 98, 142, 163 Herring, Tucker - 83, 166 Hess, Michael - 83 Hess, Teresa - 83, 86 Hester, Linda - 98 Hicks, Candace - 34, 62, 176, 205 Hicks, Chad - 112 Higgins, Ryan - 84, 159 Hilker, Melissa - 39, 112, 195 Hill, Christie - 98 Hill, Dena - 92, 98, 205 Hill, Lance - 84, 139, 192 Hill, Misti - 98 Hill, Stephanie - 84 Hilton, James - 112 Hilzer, Chad - 62, 236 Hindman, Christoph - 112 Hirsch, Jason - 112 Higclgcock, Shannon - 62, 1 338 INDEX Hitt, Tia - 89 Ho, Mikyoung - 112, 145 Hobbs, Stephen - 98, 192, 231, 232, 242, 243, 251 Hodder, Cheryl - 62, 242 Hodge, Christoph - 1 12 Hodge, Melissa - 1 12 Hodges, Julie - 108, 165 Hodsgon, Kimberly - 112, 1 Hoff Jennifer - 112,213 Hoffman, Jeff- 5, 50, 98, 212, 215, 216, 219, 244 Hofmann, James - 84, 137 Hogue, Amy - 84 Horsington, Kirsten - 228, 231, 242, 243, 244, 295 Holland, Thomas - 84, 137, 174 Holland, William - 112 Hollingswonh, Ami - 84 Hollingsworth, Jennifer - 98 Holmes, Amy - 112, 198, 239 Holmes, Brian - 112, 151 Holmes, Carolyn - 98 Holmes, Felicia - 137 Holt, Dana - 78, 84, 252 Honda, P. - 232 Hood, Christoph - 1 12 Hooks, Roben - 113, 141 Hooper, Pamela - 84 Hcicgper, Sonya - 225, 232, 1 Home, Kara - 98, 154 Home, Laura - 84 Home, Lisa - 84 Horton, Stephanie - 98 Houston, Cristian - 1 13 Howard, Stacy - 294 Howard, Steven - 98 Hciward, Tina - 190, 236, 1 Howard, Wendy - 84- Howell, Tonya - 213 Hoyes, Scott- 113, 141, 184 Hrgigl, John - 64, 195, 231, 3 Hsieh, Regina - 27, 98, 192, 225 Hsieh, Sunny - 42 Huang, Ichen - 84, 261 Hubacka, Gabrielle - 84 Huber, Jodi - 225, 254 Huling, Pamela - 8, 32, 33, 52, 254, 296 Humphries, David - 113 Humphries, Shannon - 246 Hunt, Jessee - 98 Hupfauer, Ginger - 144, 255 Hutchison Jr., Frankie - 1 13 Hutton, Howard - 98 Huynh, Thy - 113 Hyiatt, Nicole - 113, 210, 1 1 I lbegbu, Lucille Im, Benjamin - 98, 189 lm, Jonathan - 113 Imam, Yasmin - 98, 198, 203, 227 Ingebritson, Amy - 84, 171, 244 lngrum, Charles - 63, 166, 168 Ingrum, John - 113 lnness, Darcy - 78, 84, 205, 225, 244, 246 Irby, Jennifer - 84, 223 Ishrbashi, Satoru - 1 13 J Jackman, Stephanie - 1, 78, 84, 205 Jackson, Emily - 92, 98, 134, 142, 210 Jackson, Heather - 203 Jackson, Jill- 84, 230, 231, 244, 246 Jackson, John - 138, 174, 175, 195 Jackson, Karen - 84, 225, 241, 243 Jackson, Laura - 84 Jackson, Nancy - 34, 52, 63, 135, 142, 244, 246, 247, 258, 260, 261, 262, 288 Jackson, Philip - 98, 170, 251 Jacob, J amer, J amer, James, James, J arrell, Ja roc Y , 183, 297 Binu - 98 Jeff- 63, 186 Todd - 98 Kevin - 1 13 Lisa - 84, 242 Michelle - 84 Andrew - 63, 137, Jenkins, Tammy - 225 Jensen, Brad - 63, 235 Jensen, David - 113 Jensen, James - 113, 116, 141 Jensen, Tamela - 84 Jergensen, Girard - 1 13, 189, 195 Jcmigan, Ginger - 98 Jimenez, Marisa - 63 Jimenez, Ricardo - 98 Jinks, Nicole - 98, 180, 225 Johns, Johns, Kimberly - 63, 84 Robert - 1 13 Johnson, Aaron - 84, 249 Johnson, Aimee - 113, 145 Johnson, Alicia - 152, 153, 179, 244, 249 Johnson, Athena - 113, 212, 216 Johnson, Claire - 113 Johnson, Derek - 98, 137 Johnson, Jennifer - 98 Johnson, Lance - 113 Johggon, Lawrence - 98, Johnson, Mary - 84 Johggon, Matthew - 113, 1 Johnson, Michael - 63, 228 Johnson, Mikyla - 98 Johnson, Shannan - 52, 64, 242, 255, 31 1 Johnston, Kristen - 92, 98, 205 Jones, Billy - 113 Jones, Brandon - 141, 174 Jones, Gary - 98 Jones, James - 113, 151 Jones, James D. - 113 Jones, Jenny - 145 Jones, John - 84 Jones, Kristal - 1 13 Jones, Krystin - 84, 86, 254, 255 Jones, Stephanie - 1 13 Jones William - 64 166 Jordaii, Christy - 113, 196, 198 Joseph, Suja - 7, 84, 231 June, Xiomara - 64 Junkin, Ken'y - 64 Justus, Jody - 64, 197, 228, 248, 301 Jweid, Keri -113, 213 Kaiho, lkuko - 64, 246 Kaleta, James - 84 Kalisz, Kirk - 98 Mimi- 113, 171 Kang, Nani - 64, 171 Kang, Tim - 104, 160, 247 Kang, Uhyon - 98 Kanhai, Leonie - 64 Kaxganaugh, Paula - 1 13, 1 4 Keating, Doranne - 98, 198, 231 Keating, Jerome - 84, 228, 247 Keating, Marcellc - 1 13, 195, 231 Keener, Brandi - 84, 205, 225, 242 Keesey, Kristin - 98 Keesey, Scott - 64, 70 Kefller, Monica - 1 13 Kelley, Christina - 113, 1 14, 213 Kelley, Jewel - 84, 225, 243 Kelling, Aaron - 84, 240 Kelly, Melissa - 113 Kelly, Steve - 98 Kelly Jr., Keith - 64 Kelson, Carey - 30, 43, 64, 82, 148, 244, 246, 247, 255, 313 Kemer, Mami - 64, 192, 241 Kemai, Petra - 64, 65 Kerrigan, Emily - 113 Kerrigan, Jennifer - 64, 268 Kersgng, Frederick - 98, 14 Kersting, Mary - 64, 205, 268 Kettman, Christina - 84, 258, 260 Key, Bronwyn - 1 13 Kiefer, Lisa - 92, 98, 137 Kim, Hyun - 42, 45 Kim, Joo - 84, 168 Kim, Phil- 98, 158, 159, 198 Kim, Seung - 86 Kim, Sun - 98 King, David - 228 Kjng, Harold - 86 King, Nancy - 86 Kiplinger, Karen - 113 Kirby, Angela - 1 13 Kirby, Darren - 64 Kirk, Angela - 64 Kirk, Kristen - 86 Kisielewski, Ludmila - 113, 198 Kiss, Joey - 10, 98, 111, 192, 247 Kitchen, James - 99, 150 Knight, Daniel- 64, 233 Knight, Elic - 86 Knight, Robert - 113 Knox, Michael - 64, 166 Koetter, Brian - 1 13 Kosofsky, Adam - 84, 86, 227, 243, 244, 245, Kovar, Julie - 86 Kozak, Jacquelin - 86 Kraemer, Mark - 7, 17, 64, 195, 215, 228, 248, 249, 305 Krevit, Michelle - 99 Krimm, Melanie - 113 Krishnan, Jayshree - 86, 201, 232, 243 Krishnan, Shobhana - 113 Kropp, April- 32, 42, 65, 226, 227, 244, 246, 247, 258, 259, 261,263,325 Kropp, Sterling - 1 13 Kuhn, Lori - 99, 212 Kuhn, Matthew - 86 Kuntz, Christoph - 86 Kupiec, Casey - 105 Kutach, Christoph - 99 Kypuros, Hector - 86 Kypuros, Michael - 1 13 L La Chausse, Jeremy - 113 Labrum, Jason- 113, 151 Ladson, Danclre - 83 Laeder, Travis - 99 Lafferty, Shawn - 99 Lafon, Lauri - 99 Laguardia, Marcus - 86 Lai, Jessica - 113,232,252 Lakey, Teresa - 65 Lam, Sorey - 113 Lam, Terry -113,151 Laitlzgzares, Silvia - 65, 205, Lamb, Kimberly - 114, 213 Lamphere, Julie - 65 Landen, Mark - 99 Landers, Carla - 18, 86, 191, 208, 209 Landrum, Christoph - 1 14 Landry, Robert - 86, 189 Lane, Todd - 65 Laney, Stacy - 114, 213 Lang, Kevin - 114 Langley, Jefferson - 114, 151 Langner, Lisa - 114, 212 Lantzy, Michelle - 114 Lark, Jeffrey - 65, 85, 235 Lamer, Austin - 114 Larsen, Brandi - 114 Larson, jason - 65 Larson, Kari -114, 119, 213 Laubenthal, John - 86, 139, 225, 251 Laun, Gary - 60, 65, 195, 197 Lavello, Jason - 114 Lawdermilk, Lori - 86 Lawler, Jeffrey - 66, 86 Lay, Bou - 99, 232 Lay, Carl - 65 Le Blanc, Kelly - 65, 236 Lea, John - 114,252 Leal, Marcie - 99 Leas, Patricia - 86, 255 Lecompte, Jennifer - 79, 86 Lee, Chi - 246 Lee, Chi Wai - 86 Lee, Curtis - 225 Lee, Huyn Su - 86 Lee, Jang - 86, 225, 246 Lee, Joonlee - 239, 244, 247, 253 Lee, Kun Chien - 99 Lee, Nicole - 92, 95, 99, 205, 207 Lemons, Audrea - 4 Leonard, Christine - 99 Leonard, Kenneth - 114 Leonard, Michael - 30, 31, 32, 65, 220, 223, 300 Lesseps, David - 43, 65, 225, 228, 250 Lessley, Curtis - 99 Lcstarge, Mike - 9, 86, 137, 147, 183 Levan, Michelle - 86 Levins, Cheryl- 65, 291 Lewis, Angelette - 52, 65, 252, 316 Lewis, Heath - 114, 141 Lewis, Howard - 99 Lewis, Jeremiah - 33, 65, 85, 137, 162, 318 Lewis, Kristy - 114,212 Lewis, Matthew - 114, 192, 247, 249 Lewter, Jennifer - 180 Leyrer, Shanon - 25, 65, 195, 225 Liao, Martha - 114, 192 Lichtenberg, Cari - 86 Ligeti, Bryce - 86 Lim, Hong - 195 Lincourt, Rebecca - 99 Lingahl, Angela - 99, 203, 2 7 Lindahl, Michael - 65, 137 Linders, Derek - 99, 195 Lindig, Jennifer - 86 Lindsey, Marshall - 51, 1 14 Ling, Robert - 114 Lipscomb, Chad - 86, 166 Little Jr., Glenn - 4, 25, 160 Lium, Brent- 65, 226 Lively, Linda - 65, 236 Livingston, Daryl - 2, 14, 86 Lo, Laura - 99,225 Lockhart, Anthony - 65, 195, 197 Lockman, Elisa - 15, 67, 205, 206, 255 Lockwood, Nicole - 52, 67, 171 Logan, Cathleen - 1 14, 213 Logan, Lori - 86 Loher, Laurie - 114, 213 Lopez, Jason - 99 Lopez Rogina, Michele Losasso, Lisa - 33, 34, 67, 227, 244, 254 Losasso, Lori - 78 Lozon, Brenda - 99 Lucgce, Teresa - 114, 195, 1 7 Luke, Arron - 99 Luna, Jamie- 114, 141 Lund, Brian - 99 Lundgrcn, Tina - 86, 228, 244, 246, 247, 250 Lussier, Michelle - 114 Lynch, Ben - 114 Lynch, Charles - 86, 137 Lyons, Leonard - 99 Lytle, Timothy - 67 M Machala, Elizabett - 67 Madden, Donnie - 1 14 Maddox, John - 114 Maddox, Rebecca - 67 Madison, Stacie - 67, 322 Malcom, Erik - 86, 231 Malm, Erik - 86 Mallem, L. - 140 Malone, Anne - 67 amman, Daissy - 86 amman, Thomas - 86 anasseri, Anthony - 67 anderfeld, Michael - 134, 156, 176 anderfeld, Steven - 156, 176 anganilla, Jill - 114, 145 ani, Benoye - 67 lanney, Luke - 86 anning, Chad - 114 larcom, Rebecca - 67 arietta, Gregory -- 86 arkley, De Anna - 67, 302 arley, Steve - 1 14, 151 arrero, Pete - 99 Iarshall, Gina - 114, 213 iarshall, Sean - 189, 233, 234 artin, Amy - 86, 257 artin, Jason - 67, 279 lartin, Lisa - 106, 114 artin, Mark - 86, 137 artin, Michael - 114 artin, Misty - 78, 86 iartinez, Karen - 87, 198 artinez, Karen C. - 99 artincz, Kylee - 67, 303 artinez, Nicole - 99 arx, Damon - 99, 170 ascareno, Barbara - 1 14 ason, Kenneth - 67 asse, Diane - 99 iassey, Julie - 114, 213 viatejka, Jennifer - 4, 87, 190, 212, 215,216 athers, John - 87, 186 athews, Meredith - 87, 195, 203, 205, 258 athis, David - 87, 252 iatsushita, Margaret - 43, 1 67, 225, 244, 250 attay, Marshall- 140, 174 ' atthews, Gregory - 3, 96, '99, 159, 184 atthews, Jason - 114 attson, Tamara - 99 aulding, Davis - 99, 184 axwell, Derek - 67, 189 axwell, Diana - 87, 189, 192, 194, 232 axwell, Melissa - 142 .Aay, Allyson - 114, 212 flay, Angela - 99 ay, Anthony - 88 ay, Bret - 114 ay, Sharon - 114 layberry, Michael - 87, 149, 244 Maynard, Marci - 87, 198 McAdams, Jeffrey - 87 McCabe, Willis - 23, 33, 36, 1 40, 67, 137, 230, 231, 244, 247, 297 McCain, Kevin - 114 McCal1on, Darren - 87 McCann, Leslie - 99 McCauley, Barbara - 100, 205 McCauley, David - 67 McCaulley, Julie - 114, 194 McCleary, Bradley - 10, 1 14 McClellan, Krista - 67, 235 McClendon, Johnny - 225 McConnell, Christoph - 1 14, 176 1McConnell, Michael -- 1 14 McCorkle, Clay - 100 , McCoy, Andre - 233 McCoy, Letashia - I 14 cCraw, Kerry - 46, 67 cCreary, Kimberly - 31, 87, 209 cDaniel, Katherine - 15, 56, 67, 206, 236, 258, 287, 260, 344 cDaniel, Rhett - 67 cDaniel, Tracy - 1 14 cDonald, Alan - 13, 100, 212, 216, 219 cDonald, Dwayne - 27, 212, 215, 219, 246 cDonald, John - 114 cDuf1ie, Nicole - 9, 67, 72, 216 cFaddin, Rebecca - 67, 195 cFarland, Michele - 114, 212 cGinnis, Amy - 114, 198, 203 cGinnis, William - 87 cG1othlin, Kristi - 87. 144 cGreg0r, Ryan - 100 X McKee, Kim - 165 McKee, Nathan - 87, 189 McKin1ay, Rolin - 233 McKinley, Michael- 115 McKinney, Deedee - 87 McKnight, Amanda - 25 McLaughlin, Richard - 87, 168 McLean, Kathy - 147, 165 McLemore, Natalie - 1 12, 115, 192, 194 McLendon, Angela - 87 Mcberoy, Lisa - 100, 144, 164, 165 McNair, Tiffany - 100, 210 McNamara, Toni - 67 McNatt, Rodney - 67 McNeil, Bradley - 67, 137 McNeil, Heather - 87, 189 McNieI, Heather - 87 McQuaid, Sharon - 1 I5 Meador, Bradley -- 67 Meador, Cindy - 67, 317 Meadows, Conia - 22, 87, 212, 215, 216, 231, 251 Mears, Bradley - 1 15 Meinzer, Kyra - 68, 205, 242, 286 Mejia, Maria - 87 Melkus, Leah - 34, 68, 244, 246 Melton, Kimberly - 68, 235 Melton, Lauren - 2, 87 Mertz, Nicholett - 1 15, 145 Metzger, Jeffrey - 1 15 Meurer, Garrett - 87, 170 Meyer, Sean - 115, 141 Meyers, Jamie - 100 Meyers, Keelye - 100 Meyers, Kerry - 68 Meyers, Michele - 87, 257 Meza, Omar - 115 Michaelis, Daniel- 115, 160 Michaelis, Karen - 68 Michie Jr., Charles - 100 Mihailoff, Laura - 115, 213 Mihailoff, Mark - 87 Milam, Kelly - 115, 161 Miles, Stacy - 115, 213 Millen, Karen - 100, 161 Miller, Carl - 87, 150, 196, 198, 244 Miller, John - 68, 228 Miller, Karen - 115, 194, 225 Miller, Rebekah - 10, 192 Miller, Vonetta - 115, 192 Million, Emesto - 115 Mills, Stephanie - 115,212 Minelli, Elisa - 68 Mislivets, Kristi - 55, 68, 190, 206 Mitchell, Tomeeko - 2, 137 Mithani, Aamir - 68 Mithani, Razi - 87 Modi, Swati - 87, 241, 243, 246 Moeller, Kevin - 68 Moisan, Matthew - 68 Molgaard, Chad - 115, 151 Molgaard, Scot - 87 Moly, Jean - 87 Monk, Heidi - 3, 68, 202, 242 Montz, Carl - 68 Montz, Michelle - 115, 161 Moody, Cheryl- 68, 236, 292 Moody, Theresa - 100 Moon, Andrew - 54, 68 Moon, Christee - 87, 142, 257 Moon, Tom Kyoung - 198 Moore, Leah - 100, 225 Moore, Melissa - 1 15, 213, 216 Moore, Richard - 63, 68, 215, 231, 254 Moore, Soneti - I 15 Morgan, Carolyn - 100, 239 Morgan, M. Shane - 68, 287 Morgan, M. Shawn - 68, 236, 287 Morrill, Jenny - 115,212 Morris, Melissa - 115, 199 Morriss, Julie - 87 Moggnsen, Patrick - 16, 1 Moses, Christoph - 115, 141 Mote, Chris - 68 Moulden, Bill - 87, 159 Mowels, Marcus - 1 15 Mueller, Adrian - 1 15 Mugan, Jonathan - 115, 151 Mullen, Jennifer - 68 Mullen, Robert - 87, 89 Munoz, Gerardo - 1 15 Murley, Mitchell- 115 Murray, Cara - 189, 242, 252, 312 Murray, Connie - 52, 254, 300, 312 Murray, Kelly - 101, 115, 252 Musso, Michelle - 87, 231 Myers, Lisa - 195 Myers, Michael - 87 Myers, Michelle - 1 15 Myers, Rebecca - 100, 161 N Nair, Bindu - 100, 231, 242 243 Nallie, Robert - 281 Nash, John - 87 Nauman, Theresa - 29, 171 Navarrete, Rea - 28, 78, 87, 91, 195, 254 Neff Bryan - 100 Neill, Renee - 87, 205 Nelson, Derick - 100 Nelson, Joel - 100 Neuls, Victoria - 100 Nevill, Bradley - 85, 137, 174, 1 75 Newhouse, Michael - 87, 195, 226, 227, 244, 247, 250 Nguyen, Chinh - 87, 246 247 Nguyen, Ngoc - 100, 225 Nguyen, Thai - 170 Nguyen, Thuy - 100, 194 Nguyen, Tinh - 192 Nguyen, Tuyet - 87 g Nice, Timothy - 88, 189 Nichols, Amy - 88, 120 1 Nichols, Susan - 233 Nicodemus, Brian - 198 Nicodemus, Jeffrey - 115 Niemiste, Sherry - 100 Niesman, Laura - 115, 198 Niesman, Mark - 19, 61, 196, 197, 198 Niknam, Moghadamehran Niles, Robert - 115 Nirmul, Ajay - 100 Noble, Colin - 254 Noble, Holly - 19, 32, 34, 242 Noe, Hong Sok - 100, 231, 232, 242, 243 Nollette, Dana - 100, 140 Norgard, Kimberly - 115 Ngrngan, Michelle - 115, 1 North, Matthew - 100 Norton, Christian - 100, 252, 253 Norton, Christoph - 100, 165, 169 Noska, Sharyn - 52, 142, 143, 173 Noyes, Curtis - 88 Nyman, John - 95, 100 O'Brien, Kimberly - 1 15, 213 O'Donnell, David -- 17, 26, 99, 100, 198, 227, 239, 248 O'Donnell, Robert - 26, 36, 62, 74, 198, 226, 227, 244, 246, 248, 305 O'NieI, Timothy - 6, 88 Odaka,Junpei - 115, 1951 Odaka, Motoko - 100, 195 Oelkmg, Paula - 88, 239 Oelkrug, Scot- 115, 141, 176, 198 Oestreicher, David - 244, 246 Ogaard, Knut - 115, 197 Ohler, Ashley - 189, 223, 227, 252 Olson, Brooke - 70, 230, 243, 258, 259, 260, 293, 1 Oneill, Paul- 88, 159 Onsgott, Heather - 52, 57, 7 Orozco, Alex - 115 Orr, James - 46, 50, 70, 307 Ortega, Charles - 168 Ortega, Paula - 115 Ortiz, Nicole - 115, 213 Ospina, Andres - 1 15 Ospina, Cindy - 115 Otto, Monica - 88 Oursler, Amy - 70, 226, 227, 252, 290 Oursler, Deborah - 100, 137 Overree, Desiree - 100, 192, 252, 258 Owen, Larissa - 88, 154 Owen 111, Harold - 100 Owens, Sheryl - 88 P Pace, Charles - 2, 88 Pace, Jcnnifer - 100 Paciella, Michele - 88 Padilla, Shelby - 115, 145, 155 Page, Jennifer- 16, 33, 34, 52, 70, 212, 215, 216, 254 Painter, Randall - 102, 169 Palit, Tapash - 101, 115, 247, 249 Palmer, Laura - 115, 212 Palmer, Michael - 88, 135, 258, 260, 261 Park, Hyuen, - 70, 225 Park, Jin - 102 Park, Sung - 70, 246 Parker, Adam - 84, 102 Parker, Amy - 25, 70, 222, 223, 334 Parker, Jennifer - 1 15 Parker, Robert - 102 Parks, Laura - 88, 212, 215, 216, 228, 254 Parsons, Jonathan - 88 Parsons, Kimberly - 1 15 Pashuck, Martin - 70, 225 Pastemak, Barbara - 1 16 Pate, Daniel- 70, 235, 320 Patel, Devang - 1 16 Patel, Hina - 235 Patel, Manish - 88, 228, 244, 246 Patel, Nisha - 116, 212 Patel, Parul - 70 Patel, Sanjiv - 228, 231, 244, 247, 248 Patomson, Jason - 102 Patrick, Kimberly - 1 16, 212 Paul, Adam - 344 Payne, Ken - 88 Pcchancc, Julie - 52, 70, 191, 208, 209, 330 Peddicord, Cheryl - 1 16, 213 Pembo, Tory - 116 Pendleton, Amy - 70 Pcninger, Larae - 102, 142, 144, 257 Pennington, S. - 176 Perdue, Daniel - 70, 198 Perez, David - 102 Perez, Eulojio - 13, 102, 160, 174, 175 Perez, Jerry- 116, 151 Perkins, Jason - 70, 233, 242, 314 Perkins, Jennifer - 78, 88, 191, 205, 242, 244 Perkins, Jenniah - 1 16 Pen'y, Scott- 116 Persaud, Naresh - 116, 215 Persichitte, Brian - 70 Peters, Derek - 102 Peters, Kevin - 2, 88 Petgrgon, Christoph - 1 16, Pettersen, John - 116, 151 Pham, Vu - 88 Phelan, Janet - I 16, 202 Phelan, Scott - 70, 195, 228, 244 Philips, Abraham - 70, 244 Phillips, Jason - 42, 70, 140, 195, 197, 228, 246, 248, 265 Phillips, Travis - 88 Phiipoi, K. - 198 Piazza, Christine - 88 Pickard, Julie - 102 Piepmeier, Jeffrey - 88, 225, 524, 245, 246, 247, 258, 1 Pina, Angelina - 88 Pinkney, Twana - 116, 199 Pipher, Dennis - 116 Pityinger, Tara - 102 Pitzer, Amy - 205 Plavin, C. - 176 Plaza, Suzanne - 235 Plog, Scott - 102, 195 Plurgilee, Christoph - 116, 1 1 Plummer, Nedra - 113, 116, 212 Poe, Amy - 102, 195, 225 Poetschke, Katrin -- 70 Poirier, Geoffrey - 71, 160, 250 Poirier, Gregory - 102 Pollina, Edwin - 116 Poltorak, Jill- 102 Poltorak, Richard - 88 Pool, Karen - 116,212 Pool, Mark - 71 Poole, Heather - 1 16 Popichak, Dale - 116, 141 Popichak, Gary - 151 Poplin, Jason - 88, 198 Por, Rachel - 116 Powell, Julie - 78, 88, 246 Poyser, Jeffery - 71 Prather, John - 116, 141 Prather, Keith - 102 Prejean, Phaedra - 71, 250 Presley, Sheri - 102 Prewitt, Claude - 71 Price, Ashley - 88 Price, Kimberly - 88, 187, 195 Pruitt, Eamest - 1 16 Pniitt, Randal- 71, 227, 251, 254, 291 Pu, Dennis - 8, 100, 102 Pulford, Heather - 116, 169 Pulford, Terrence - 88 Putnam, Brian - 116, 151 Putnam, Norman - 44, 59, 71, 195, 289 Puzzuole, Lisa - 102 Puzzuole, Lori - 116, 210 Quail, Sheila - 88 Quershi, Saima - 88 Quick, Caroline - 116, 211 Quick, Elisabeth - 71, 111, 205, 274 Quinby, Jonathan - 102, 160 Quinones, Helena - 29, 71, 163,244,246 R Rachel, Melinda - 88, 235 Radkey, Jaclyn - 71 Radtke, Michael - 314 Rafal, Payam - 88, 195, 248 Rafizadhe, Ardalan - 1 16 Rager, Stephanie - 1 16, 213 Rainwater, Crystal - 71 Raisovich, Danny - 71 Rakovan, James - 52, 71, 137, 294 Ralston, Stephen - 88 Ramanathan, Dharini - 116 Ramanathan, Janaki - 102, 231, 242, 243, 251, 252 Ramanathan, Shalini - 102 Ramirez, Jennifer - 1 16 Ramirez, Stephanie -- 102 Ramlall, Anand - 116 Ramos, Monica - 102 Ramsay, Richard - 1 16, 176, 198 Ramsey, James - 88, 168 Raper, Heather - 116, 145, 155 Ratcliff, Jacquelin - 88 Ratcliff, Jerry - 102, 169 Ray, Angelica - 88, 154 Raylean, Stacey - 88, 191, 208, 209 Read, Kevin - 190 Read, Kimberly - 88 Reasonover, Jason - 1 16, 151 Reasonover, John - 45, 71 Redden, Roger - 88, 140, 225, 232 INDEX 339 Reed, Donald - 89 Reed, Kimberly - 71 Recd lll, Bobby - 102 Reeder, Aleacia - 9, 32, 58, 71, 111, 209, 315 Reeder. Derick - 1 16 Reedus, Chanel - 102 Reedus, Qiana - 116, 145, 155, 181 Reese, Stephanie - 116 Reeves, Kyle - 89, 150 Reeves, Scott - 71, 264 Reich, Rosie - 116,212 Reiff, Dee Dee - 102,213 Reilly, Donna - 89 Reilly, William - 116, 141. 15 Remalia, Christoph - 89. 233 Ressa, Nicole - 102. 210 Revcl. Andrew - 102, 189 Revoal, William - 85, 89, 137, 174 Reyes, Ana - 102,213 Reyes, Christina - 116,213 Reyes, Jaime - 117, 141 Reynolds, Ashley - 92, 102, 201,224, 225,239 Reynolds, Christoph - 39, 89, 228, 232,243 Reynolds, Kimberly - 89 Rhea, Scott - 89, 140 Rhine, John - 117 Rhoades, Amy - 102 Rhodes, David - 102 Ribar, Matthew - 89 Riccardi, Jennifer - 89 Riecio, Amie - 102 Riccio, Lorie - 102 Richard, Jaqui - 102, 205 Richard, Robert - 117, 160 Richardson, Daniel - 102 Richardson, Gwyn - 17, 212, 215, 216 Richie, Michael- 102 Riddle, Cindy - 117, 212 Riddle, Mary - 102, 205 Riddle, Rita - 89 Rid ely, Terrence - 71, 85, 137, 299 Rielley, Sarah - 29, 117, 155, 231 Ri s, Anastasio - 52, 71, 535 Riley, Jennifer - 72, 323 Ringley, Phillip - 72 Ringueberg, Angela - 89 Roach, Mark - 72, 111, 276 Robards, Deborah - 89 Robbins, Benjamin - 117, 228 Robbins, Patrice - 102, 228 Roberts, Aaron - 1 17 Roberts, Douglas - 72 Roberts, Kristin - 212 Roberts, Tracy - 72, 294 Robertson, Derek - 228 Robinson, Amy - 89 Robinson, Jody - 212 Robledo, John - 89 Rocha, Jeffrey - 89 Roche, Gina - 102 Rocky, Shelly - 102 Rode, Sharon - 72 Rodenbaugh, Kevin - 72 Rcgdgguez, Claudia - 89, Rodriguez, James - 72, 236, 281 Rodriguez, Marcos - 68 Rodriquez, Nicole - 145, 155 Roebuck, Undrio - 140 Roemerman, Krista - 103 Rogers 111, John - 89, 169 Rogina, Michelle - 89 Rollin, Jason - 168, 197 Romo, Antonio - 72 Rooney, Christy - 145 Rosales, Carla - 188 Rosales, Cassandra - 189, 205 Rotko, Joshua - 89 Roushar, Shane - 72, 157, 293 Rouvaldt, Cheryl - 52, 72, 153 Rowe, Angela - 89, 205, 207, 242 Rowe, Craig - 198 Roy, Brandi - 89 Roy, Casey - 213 340 INDEX Ruiz. Laura - 235 Rummans, Sheryl - 198, 202 Rupe. Brian - 72 Rupe, Jamie - 89 Rupe, Jennifer - 213 Russ. Susan - 72 Ruston. Robyn - 72 Rutherford, Alysia - 103 Rutherford, Kelsey Ryan, Deborah - 213 Ryan, Jill - 37, 43. 72 Ryan, Jolene - 103 S Sabounclii, Bahak - 103 Saenz, Daniel- 103, 198 Sahyouni, Adam - 103, 140 Salomone, Erin - 103, 228 Saman, Cristina - 66, 89 Sanargion, Diane - 27, 72, 1 Sammon, Katie - 27,89 Samples, Deshawn - 89, 239 Sanchez, Alice - 89 Sanchez, Frank - 184 Sanchez, Jesse - 103 Sanchez, Marcus - 103 Sanker, Tiffany - 78, 225, 246, 251, 258, 2360, 261 Santilli, Kristina - 72,242 Saucedo, Christy - 205 Sauer, Kristen - 89, 146, 165, 200 Saunders, Jonathan - 141 Schacffers 1V, Joseph Schieber, Gina - 89, 210, 21 1. 244, 246 Schilder, Janet - 14, 89 Schlegel, Erin - 13.92, 103, 171, 224, 225 Schmidt, Jon - 42, 72, 149, 244, 247, 327 Schooley, Christa - 103, 165 Schoonmaker, Scott - 89, 160, 168 Schoutcn, Christoph - 103 Schreck, Rebecca - 1 18, 212 Schreiner Jr., Kenneth - 89 Schroeder, Heather - 72, 244, 246 Schroeder, Peter - 16, 101, 1 18, 192, 232 Schultz, Kimberly - 103, 189 Schulz, Traci - 118, 213 Schurrer, Roland - 236 Schugtemian, Deborah - 1 1 Scoggins, Kristen - 73 Scott, Kathryn - 103, 242, 243 Scott, Michael - 73 Scottino, Ty - 89, 168 Scmggs, Shane - 1 18 Scuka, Mark - 89 Seaback, Shannon - 89 Sean, Pouv - 103 Searcy, Michelle - 7, 103, 212, 215, 216, 225,251 Sedaghati, Eran - 1 18 Seebock, Samantha - 89 Segura, Linda - 103, 144 Seller, Christi- 73, 191, 244, 246, 251 Segbadoray, Jonathan - 73, Seng, Sok - 103 Scnne, Karen - 89 Settimi, Ronald - 89 Sewak, Kristen - 1 18 Shackelford, Trina - 73 Shaffer, Jennifer - 73 Shaffer, Julia - 118, 212 Shah, Anal - 244, 247 Shannon, Deirdre, - 73, 273 Sharp, Nikki- 103 Sheglgl, Nikki- 118, 145, 1 Shedd, Sonya - 103 Sheehan, Suzanna - 73 Sheeran, Michael - 73, 255 Shelton, Kurt - 103, 215 Shelton, Lyle - 103, 239 Sheppard, Jason - 103 Sherwood, Scott - 89, 242 Shieh, Sonny - 59 Shieh, Terri - 73, 225, 244, 246, 247, 250 Shiflett, Steven - 42, 48, 72, 215 Shipley. Melinda - 89 Shipman, Kimberly - 73 Shipp. Phillip - 73 Shoeklee, Tiffany - 73 Shone, Jeanette - 6, 89 Sll01lS,fV1Cg2tt'1 - 118, 212 Shufficld, Shelley - 118. 212 Shuflield, Steven - 73, 197 Shultz, Karina - 72 Shultz, Lance - 103 Sieler. C. - 205 Sides, Amanda - 118. 212 Sikes, Stephanie - 251 Siler, Christoph - 118, 121 Simmons, Kenneth - 73 Simmons, Paula - 34, 73, 242 Simmons. Robert - 103 Simmons, Ronald - 118, 159, 169 Simms, Kathy - 153 Simonsen, Herbert - 89 Simpson, Mark - 118, 158 Sims, Lesleigh - 103 Sims. Ronnie - 73 Sion. Stephanie - 103, 205 Skariah, Binoi - 90, 169 Skierski, Sara - 31, 103,210 Slater, Meredith - 103, 203 Slover, Kim - 90, 198 Smalley, Susan - 73 Smith, Andrew - 118, 140 Smith. Cassandra - 90, 205 Smith, Christoph - 137 Smith, Dean - 118 Smith, Dustin - 34, 73, 242 Smith, Jason - 103, 150, 168 Smith, Jennifer - 90, 153, 216, 227 Smith, Juliana - 43, 52, 74, 212, 215, 251, 254, 304 Smith, Kendle - 103 Smith, Kevin - 74, 166 Smith, Kevin R. - 74, 170 Smith, Lee - 215 Smith, Lisa - 74, 142, 143. 164, 165, 187, 325 Smith, Lonna - 82 Smith, Paul- 34, 68, 74 smith, Philip - 184 Smith, Renae - 103 Smith, Richard - 13, 103. 150, 160, 174 Smith, Shanan - 74, 235 Smith, Sherri- 232 Smith, Thomas - 90, 231, 244, 245, 246 Smith, William - 197 Snow, John - 103 So, Eun - 103 Solis, Elizabeth - 144, 154, 344 Son, Nak -118, 141, 251 Son, Young - 90 Soper, Erica -- 118 Sorrells, Michael - 104 Soto, Lucrecia - 104 Sowa, Christoph - 104 Spaid, John - 104, 192 Spalding, Jay - 34, 40, 74 Spalding, Leslie - 118, 210 Spanos, Jeffry - 118 Spanos, Vicki - 90 Sparkman, Susan - 104 258, 259 Speck, Christoph - 118 Speer, Amy - 118,212 Spegiger, Tangela - 118, 145, Spivey, Cynthia - 104, 235 Spivey Jr., Douglas - 74, 136, 137, 174 Spradley, Marion - 118, 213 Spradling, Gena - 74, 152, 153, 278 Spradling, Mark - 2, 90, 149, 194 Spurgeon, Amy - 104, 260 St Clair, April - 116 St George, Nicole - 118, 212 Stacy, Christoph - 104 Stadler, Gregory - 104 Stafford, Colleen - 104, 1 17, 195, 239 Stafford, Melissa - 104 Statin, Jason - 104 Stalin, Raymond - 37, 41, 74, 166, 271 Staggs, Sylisha - 104 Stankoski, Michael - 1 18, 141, 184 Stark, Dcnyse - 90, 238 Starnes, Sharon - 104 Starr, Lori - 90, 192 Staton, Jeramy - 119, 159 Steele, Christoph - 119 Steele. Lori - 90 Stein, Staci - 90, 242 Steinberg, Deborah - 104 Steinhoff. Chad - 119 Stephens, Joanna - 90 Stephens, Scott- 90 Stephens, Shelby - 34, 50 Stephenson, Linda - 6 Stevens. Carl - 97, 104, 150 Stevens, Michelle - 74 Stevenson, D Ann - 1 19 Stewart, Anitra - 74, 236 Stewart, Chad - 104 Stewart, Christoph - 104 Stewart, Paula - 119,212 213 Stewart, Ronald - 215, 216 Stewart, Ryan - 261, 262, 329 Stiff. Keri - 104 Stiner. Dianne - 74, 224, 251 Stokes, Joyia - 29, 212, 215, 216 Stolar, Geraldine - 104, 198, 252 Stolebargcr, Jimmy - 159 Stone. Alexander - 1 19 Stone, Kristophe - 25, 45, 74, 220, 222, 223 Stoner, Leslie - 119, 212 Storck, Heather - 194 Storey, Denise - 74 Storey, Pamela - 104 Stoutmeyer, Tray - 119, 151 Stringer, Leann - 74, 236 Strobel, Jennifer - 104 Studdert, Kimberly - 90, 135, 258, 261 Suiter, Sally - I 1, 74, 205, 244, 255 Sullivan, David - 119 Sultan, Michael- 119 Summers, Lisa - 119, 212 Sunseri, Karen - 119 Sutter, Darlene - 189 Sutter, Duwayne - 104 Sutton, Kimberly - 104 Swaim, Douglas - 119, 151 Swaim, Russell - 90, 221, 223 T Tabares, Jeffery - 74, 236 Tabor, Michelle - 104, 239, 252 Taft, Daniel- 74, 195, 248 Taft, Timothy - 104, 186 Tate, Thomas - 74, 286 Tatum, Tammie - 119, 211 Taylor, Brett - 119, 141 Taylor, Chad - 104, 225 Taylor, Robert - 137 Taylor, Shane - 104, 168 Tenley, Kan'ie - 104 Tepe, Chad -119,151 Terkuile, David - 75, 166 Terkuile, Robert - 119, 151, 176, 177, 198 Testa, Anthony - 1 19 Thiele, Thomas - 119 Thimesch, Stephanie - 104 Thomas, Alex - 90 Thomas, Amber - 90 Thomas, Anu - 104 Thomas, Denise - 119, 212 Thomas, Kenneth - 90, 140, 233, 244 Thomas, Kurien - 75 Thomas, Trevor - 90 Thompson, Brittany - 9, 90 Thompson, Bryan - 34, 42, 75, 166, 167, 172, 245 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, 225 Thompson, Thompson, 258, 260, Thompson, 1 70 Craig - 119 David - 75 Denese - 75 Dexter - 1 19 John - 90, 198 Scott- 104, 198, Shane - 242 Shelley - 75, 261, 262, 293 Timothy - 90, Thou. Jenny - 119 Thou, Joy - 75. 119 Thurman. Jennifer - 104 Tidwell. John - 90, 195,225 Tidwell. Terri - 104 Timmerman. Glynn - 198 Timms, Brent- 90 Tipton, David - 119 Tittle, Brandi - 92, 104, 205 Tkachuk, Olga - 119, 161 Tobledo, J. - 140 Toller, Robert - 1 19 Tolvanen, Birgitta - 106, 213 Tomassini, Anna - 119 Tomenga, Kimberley -- 90, 165. 225 Torrence, Robert - 104, 195, 196, 197 Torres, Carlos - 119 Townsend, Brian - 90 Townsend, Bryan - 104, 168 Townsend, Deanna - 104 Tran, Diem - 75 Tran, Long- 104, 192 Tran, Quynh Anh - 230 Trask, Tara - 75, 189 Treadaway, Jamie - 104 Tremblay, Joe - 135, 246, 258, 261 Trible, Emily - 213, 231 Trilglg, Laura - 75, 231, 244, Trostcl, Rebecca - 75 Troxel, Trey - 22, 94, 216 Troxel, Zack - 6, 94, 104 Truett, David - 75, 166, 278 Truong, Nha - 106, 227, 232 Tu, Jo - 232,252 Tucker, Brandon - 168 Tucker, Richard - 104 Tudor, Katherine - 120, 194 Tupta, Stephanie - 84, 90, 225, 242, 243 Tumer, Jeffrey - 120, 176 Tumer, Shane - 141 Twedt, Jennifer - 90, 205, 242 Tweedy, Jason - 105 Tyler, Christy - 9, 34, 72, Underwood, Jennifer - 120, 199 V Vail, Gordon - 75, 160, 174 Valdiviez Jr., Alvino -- 90 Vallejo, Trevor - 105 Van Arsdale, James - 30, 32, 42, 48, 75, 225, 244, 254. 255 Van Arsdale, John - 26, 99, 105 75, 326 Van Gurp, Peter - 90, 166 Van Wey, Gregory - 90 Vanderhoogt, Crystal - 120 Vanderlight, Cindy - 75, 255, 258, 260,261 Vannest, Tara - 13, 105, 192 Vannoy, Christina - 120, 215, 216 Varghese, Jcssy - 120 Varghese, Johnsy - 90, 247 Varghese, Miny - 75 Varghese, Rosamma - 75 Vamghese, Elizabeth - 75, 314 Vaughn, John - 90 Vaughn, Kristyn - 78, 90, 198, 203 Velasco, Anna - 78, 79, 91, 171, 226, 227, 244, 246 Velasco, Tony - 120 Velez, James - 227, 233 Velleff, Angela - 105, 165, 205, 242 Vergos, Kathryn - 120, 231 Vessels, Michelle - 75 Vidaurri, Marc - 120 Villarreal, Rene - 105 Vincent, Robin - 105 Vinson, Jerry - 76, 160, 174 I elson, Todd - 120, 168 ien, Michelle - 91 carra, Monica - 120,212 carra, Sarah - 120, 213 carra, Victoria - 76, 235 , Quoc - 120 elpel, Christine - 120, 145, 155 ltz, Tracy - 91, 234 n Feldt, Theodore - 63, 236 , Khanh - 76 ong, Quang - 105, 168 W7 ade, Dwayne - 120, 184 adyko, Angela - 91 age, A. - 233 aggoner, Michael - 137 aldrop, Barbara -- 76 ,alker, Deametriss - 120, 155 alker, Kellie - 76, 325 allace, Robbi - 76 aller, Christoph - 76 alling, Jason - 120, 141, 176, 177 alls, Demarquis - 120 allgool, Lashonda - 120, 14 alpool, Richard - 91, 140 alters, Jennifer - 91 ang, Jonathan - 159, 239, 247, 252 ard, Bonnie - 105 ard, Jennifer - 120 argo, Jason - 50 amer, Jason -- 120 larren, Aaron - 105 arren, Ashley - 120 arren, Deanna - 120 arren, Jeffrey - 76, 160, 174, 310 arren, Nicole - 76 arrick, Kelley - 84 artes, John - 105, 140 atkins, Dana - 91, 205, 209 atkins, Randy - 120 atson, Pamela - 52, 76, 205, 310 Watts, Lesha - 120, 213 ebster, Ellen - 91, 192, 231, 242, 243, 244, 246 edgeworth, Rachel - 105 Weed, Tricia - 105, 213, 242 Weens, Steven - 105, 166 Weese, Roy - 105 Wegren, Tricia - 120, 212 Wegren, Wendy -- 76 Weidert, Daniel - 76, 186 Weis, Laura - 120, 216 Weiss, Martha - 13, 105 Welch, Janet- 76, 188, 189, 234 Welch, Jeffrey - 120 Welsh, Robert - 150 Werp, William - 91 Wesselmann, John - 120 West, Timothy - 34, 137, 166, 167 Westmoreland, David - 76 Wetterlin, Betsy - 105 Wetzel, Kelley - 45, 76, 223, 227, 244 Whaley, Jason - 105 Wharton, Zooey - 5, 22, 105, 210, 216 White, Kevin - 198 White, Tammy - 120, 213 White, Tim -- 120, 198 Whitehead, Nicole - 105 Whitghouse, Jason - 105, 15 Whitmer, Michael - 91, 255 Whitten, Jennifer - 76, 236 Whittington, Surman - 120 Wicker, Brooke - 30, 52, 76, 205, 254, 279, 300 Wicker, Patrick - 120, 195, 197 Wicks, Jenny - 63, 76, 215 Wiedemer, Leslie - 91 Wienteer, Q. - 246 Wiggins, Mandi - 12, 120, 210, 21 1 Wiktorski, Julie - 105 Willer, Ann Marie - 120, 127, 192 X Williams, Christoph - 121 Williams, Deanna - 121 Williams, Karey - 76 Williams, Kristi- 11, 34, 76, 205, 287 Williams, Kristin - 77, 153, 254, 331 Williams, Lara - 266 Williams, Melissa - 77 Williams, Meredith - 105 Williams, Michelle - 77, 331 Wilgams, Stephen - 121, 1 9 Williams, Timothy - 77, 137 Williams, Wendy - 77, 232, 242 Williams Jr., Don - 91, 198 Williamson, Christina - 205 Willingham, Carrie - 121 Willingham, David - 91 Willings, Michelle - 91 Willits, James - 77 Wilmot, Shannon - 225, 252 Wilmot, Stacy - 105 Wilson, Bradley - 39, 105, 195, 247, 248 Wilson, Dalila - 105, 225 Wilson, Jonathan - 121, 168 Wilson, Nikkii - 105 Wilson, Rachel- 10, 15, 36, 77, 192, 194 Wilson, Shane - 39, 58, 77, 215, 216, 249 Wilt, Scott- 64, 77, 195, 244 Wimberley, Jenna - 91 Jonathan - 101, Wimberley, l07,121,160, 174, 176 Wineteer, Quentin - 91 Winover, Donald - 121 Wise, Amy - 121 Wisenbaker, Julie - 105 Wisener, Lee - 105, 150 Witherspoon, Merrick - 91 Witte, Chris - 91 Wolfe, William - 47, 77, 190, 242 Womack, Russell - 14, 91, 166, 167 Wood, Clark -- 91, 236 Wood, Denise - 105 Wood, Kelly - 14, 84, 105, 192, 227 Wood, Kim - 105 Woodham, Jeffrey - 32, 77, 255, 308 Wooten, Renee - 91, 179 Worden, Michelle - 91 Workman, Amy - 121, 212 Worst, Jeffery - 81, 91,168 Woulfe, Keny - 121 Wright, James - 121 Wye, Jenny - 121, 225 Wyrick, Jason - 105 Y Yager, DeeDee - 77 Yarbrough, Jon - 121, 186 Yarbrough, Mark - 77 Yarbrough, Nathaniel -- 121 Yarbrough, Susan - 77, 88 Yates, Philip - 91 Yoo, Sang - 91, 105, 159 Yoo, Sang - 85 York, Danny - 66, 85, 121, 168, 176 York, Kimberly - 91 Young, Angela - 77, 153 Young, Brian - 22, 121 Young, Eric - 91, 223 Erik - 91 Young, Young, Jay - 7, 186 Z Zambrano, Rebecca - 91 Zaval, Julie - 121 Zilhaver, Matthew - 91 Zim, Candyce - 12, 121, 230, 231 Ziweslin, Angela - 105, 227 FACULTY Lynn Allen, Business - 122 David Azzi - 8, 129, 225 Carol Barron, Counselor - 122 Gay Bcarden, American History - 122 Marcia Bergkamp, PhysicslPhysical Science - 122, 126 Cynthia Beverly, World Geography - 122 Jearigiering, Algebra - 122, 1 Mike Blalack, Board Sec. - 122 Charles Blanton - 3, 128, 344 Clay Bgyer, Board Member - 1 Cletus Brewer, Math - 122 Peggy Brown, English - 122 Lynlee Brownlee, English - 123 Syligia Butler, History - 123, 2 2 ' James Cage, Math - 123 Marlene an'uthers, Attendance Clark - 123 Charles Carter, P.E.lCoach - 123, 137 Victor Chacchia, Tennis - 123, 169, 170,171 Linda Chalkley, English - 123, 124 Betsy Coltharp, J oumalism - 123, 257 Carol Ciollingsworth, English - 1 3 LaDonna Conners - 252 Joe Cnitchfield, Board Member - 122 Je1if51gavid, Coach - 157, Kathy Davis, Higtory!Govemment - 1 Esther Dean, Math - 123 Mary Dedmon, English - 123, 249 Walter Dewar, A1gebra!Geometry - 9, 123, 243 Ron Dicke, Hea1th!P.E. - 123, 137 Ken Dockray, Orchestra - 4, 123, 192, 194 Mary llggyle, EnglishlReading Maggan Dubus, Business - 1 Larry Durbin, Science - 123. 130 Vicli Dwyer, Librarian - 1 Barbara Edwards, History!Coach - 123, 144 Brian Egan, English!Coach - 124,l37,166,168 Jim Elliott, Chemistry - 124 Marcus Evans, GovemmentJLatin - 124 Rafael Fields, Special Education Aide - 124 Madeline Fly, Math - 124 Ellgigre Flynn, English - Susan Fogarty, Assistant Principal - 124 Connie Foor, Economics! Psycho1ogylSPARK - 124, 254, 255 Jeff Foster, Math!Coach - 124 Sherri Foster,AEng1ish - 124 James Fracchra, History - 124, 232 Penny Franklin, MathlCoach - 124, 165, 247 Linda Freeman, HECE - 124 Maiiy Funk, Homemaking - 1 5 Pat Garrett, Attendance Clerk - 125 Geiger loflicerl - 122 A Karen Gibson, Homemalung - 125 Robert Giesey, P.E.lCoach - 125, 137 Tia Guest, Attendance Clerk - 125 Judy Haag, French - 125, 228 Sandra Haltom, EcononiicslSociology - 122, 125, 126 David Hardy, French - 125 Louisa Harrington. BAC - 125. 254 Jeanette Haws. Math - 125 Susan Hefner, Psychology - 125. 251 Robert Hembree, Biology - 125 Mary Hebert - Coachran, Board Asst. Sec. - 122 Bert Hendrick, World History - 127 Victoria Herr, Resource!English - 66, 127 Pam Hess, Switchboard - 127, 129 Sangra Hinesly, Marketing - 1 7 Alice Holloway, English -- 127, 344 Fred Howard. l'1istory!Coach - 127, 141 Kathy Howe, P.E.!Hea1th - 127, 145, 155 Nancy Jackson, Counselor - 127 Joe Bob Johnson, Coach - 127, 137 Terri Johnson, P.E.!Coach - 142 Karl Jones, Chemistry - 126, 127 John Jordan, Math - 127 George Karlsven, Math - 127 Gerald Keith, Geography!Coach - 128, 137, 153 Jean Kibler, Precalculus!Ca1cu1us - 8, 126, 128, 246, 247 Jody8Klickman, Spanish - 1 Roben Koplan, EnS1ish!Swimming - 128, 18 Sheryl Lackey, Counselor - 128 Rida Larche, English - 128 Laura Laturner, Math - 128 Clem Lewis, D.E. - 128 Denita Lewis, HOCE - 126, 128, 235 Karen Lewis, Vocational - 128, 236 Tim Liberto, Bio1ogy!Coach - 128, 141 Donna Loewen, English - 128 Dzgn Lgig, Superintendent - , 1 Cathy Lorentz, Math - 8, 129 Janet 1l51gcFarland, Librarian - 1 Mary MacKenzie, Content Mastery - 129 Helen Marsee, Principal's Secretary - 129 Kathy Martin, Computer Secretary - 129 Arelgge Maulding, Biology - Joyce McClellan, Spanish - 129, 226 Karen lsgcClendon, English - 12 David McGuill, Woodworking - 129 FrarE9McMi11an, English - 1 Joan Mercurio, Counselor - 129 Anne Michael, Home Economic - 129 Patricia Mills, Drama Negra' Mohammadi, ESL - Jaclgie Morgan, English - 1 0 Sandra Morris, English - 130 Lucy Murray, Special Ed. Aide - 66, 130 Sally Murphy, Biology - 130 Janet Newton, Art!Dril1 Team - 130 Randy Northrop, HistorylCoach -- 130, 137 Judy Panneck. Counselor - 130 D. E. Park - 233 Jim Parks, - 344 Wandasgatterson, Business - 1 Mildred Peveto, Drama Sung Pino, English - 122, Joe Pouncy, Social Studies - 130 Betty Price, Nurse - 131 Mark Pritchett, Science - 131 Pat Puetz, Science - 131 Kim Riddle, Dance - 131 Jane Rice, English - 131 Linda Rossman, Spanish - 131, 226 Rotko - 233 Jan Ruml, Library Aide - 131 Leona Russell, Library Aide -- 131 Sally Saar, History - 131 Roger Schle al, DMClCoach -131, 137, 163 Gretchen Schwarz, German - 228 Sandra3Secrest, Social Studies - 1 Brenda Sellers, Resource - 131 Donald Sheffield, Board President- 122 Sheldon - 344 Lee Roy Simpson, ICT - 132, 236 Mr. Newman Smith -- 127 Mrs. Newman Smith - 127 Sharon Smith, English - 132 Scott Smith, Board V. President - 122 Susasri Smith, Secretary - 1 Jim Sparks - 223 Caggg Stacy, Spanish - 132, Marilyn Stadler, Math - 132 Pat Stafford, Math - 132 Ashley Stewart, Math - 132 Mike Stewart, History!Coach - 132, 141 Stacy Stokes, Biology!Coach - 132, 154 Ruth Stovall, HealthlCoach - 132, 187 Nancy Strickland, Spanish - 9, 132, 226, 227,244 Stumbo - 124 Shiggy Tarpley, Business - 1 Barbara Taylor, English - 133 Frank Taylor, Assistant Principal - 51, 125, 133, 344 Jonell, Thompson, Math - 133 Aaron Timmons, Speech!Debate - 133 Ann gfroyer, English - 45, 13 Randy Wade, G5JgraphylCoach - 133, 1 Bill Wakeham, Science - 133 Pamela Walton, ChenS1gstry!Physica1 Science - 1 Margaret Watson, Assistant Principal - 133 Colleen Webb, Latin - 126, 133, 231 Eloise Willis, P.E. - 133 Debra Wint, Home Economics - 133 INDEX 341 Senior chievements Acoplne, Kelly- Band 95 FHA 125 Honor Roll 125 SPARK 115Track 12 Adams, Genevleve- Fl'A125 French Club 10-125 Honor Roll 11-125 llthd Stall' 1 1-12KScct. Ed. 1215 Key Club 125 Pep Club 95 Powkr Puff 1 1-125 SADD 115 SPARK 12 Adklns, Kenneth-Baseball 95 FHA 95 Football 9-105 Honor Roll 9-105 Track 9 Ahalt, Rebecca- FHA 125 French Club 115 Honor Roll 125 lntemational Thespian League 10-125 Rocto Club 115Tl'nat:re Arts Squad 9-10 Allen, Sonya- Band95 Basketball 9-115Exec. Corr1minee125 HonorRoll 9- 125 Latin Club 10-12lHist. 1215 SPARK 125 Track 11-12CMgr. 11-1215 Volleyball 9-12 Allmon, Stacey- Cheerleading 95 OEA 125 Troysr1ns10-12 Allamlrano, Martha- DECA 12 Alveraz, Raynell- A Cappella 125 Band 9-105 FHA 9-11CReporter 1115 HOSA 11-125 FBLA 11-12 Anderson, Mary- FHA 125 HonorRoll 9-125 1r1teract11-12lDir.ofCo1n- munity Servicesl 115 Spanish Club 10125 SPARK 12 Bar lon, Klmberly- ArtSociety 9-12lActivity Chrmn.1215Flenc.l'1Club10- 115 History Gub 12lTreas. 1215 Honor Roll 9-125 NHS 11-125 Can Can Dancer 1 1-12 Batlelger, Mlke- HECE11-12 Banco, Llsa- Exec. Ccxnmittee 11-12LTreas. 1215 Honor Roll 11-125 Key Club 11 Beckley,Mlchelle-ArtSociety 10,125 KeyCub11-12lBoardMember1215 Latin Club 9-115Powder Puff 11-12 Bell, Michele- Cross Counnry 1 25 Exec. Committee 125 French Club 1 1 -125 Honor Roll 95 Key Club 125 Spanish Club 105 Track 9- 12lCapt.121Volleyball 9 Blngham, Chad- Honor Roll 9-12, SwimminglDiving 9-10 Black, Mellssa- Rodeo 125 Wormn's Choir 125 HOCE 125 HOSA 12 Blackshear,Tamerl- A Cappella 10-12 Blanton, Greg- Football 105 HOSA 12 Budnar,John-Band9-125 F1'A 10-115FrenchGub9-125HonorRoll 9-125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 National French Honor Society 11-1 25 Odyssey ofthe Mind 9-10, 125 Whiz Quiz 125 National Merit Cornmentkd Scholar 12 Bortle, Amber- French Club 10-1 1 5 Pep Club 95 Rodeo Club 125 Worra:n'r Choir 9 Bott, Llsa- Hrxror Roll 9-125 Latin Club 9-125 NHS 12 Brannon, Kelly-Exec. Committee 125 FHA 125 French Gub 105 Rodeo Club 1 15 SpeechlDebate Society 9 Brashear,Andrew- Basketball 95 Football 9-125 Honor Roll 9-1 25 Key Club 95 NHS 11-125 Spanish Gub 115Track 9-125 Wrest.ling9-12 Brooks, Blll- Football 9-12.lCapt. 11-1215Track 9-115Wrestling 9-11 B rown, Mlke- Basketball 9-125 Exec. Committee 105 Football 95 HonorRoll 9-125 Naticnal Spanish Honor Society 11-12 Brumtleld, Tracy- Exec. Corrirriirtee 11-125 FHA 125 Honor Roll 11-125 Pep Club95SPARK 125Troyarms 10-12KOflicer11-1215Who'sWho11-125 B udd,Trey- Football 9-125 Baseball 9-125 Honor Ro119-125 Track 95 Who's Who 11-12 Burns,Angeh-Exec. Cornmitteell-125FHA 9-105HonorRoll 11-125Pep Club 95 Troyarma 10-12 Burns, Hannah- DECA 11-125 FTA 9-11fV. Pres. 9, Pres. 1015 German Club 9-125 HERO 9-10 Caldwell, Chad- Baseball 9-1 1fCapt.1 115 FHA 125 Football 9-125 French Club 9-115 HIERO 125 Htmor Roll 125 Key Club 115Orcl'nsua 95 Track 95 Volleyball 12tCapt.121 Calvert, Susan- Honor Roll 125 lntemalimal Thespian League 11-125 National Forensic League 11-125 Senate 95 SPARK 115 Tlratre Arts Squad10-12ISr. Rep. 1215 Who's Who 11-12 lknon, Dianne- Band 9-121Dmm Majtr 1215 SPARK 12 Carrnlcal, DeeDee- Cheerleading 95 Exec. Committee 9-125 FHA 11-125 spanish Club 10 Carmlchael, Trey- Band 95 Baseball 10-125 Football 95 Honor Roll 1 1-125 Spanish Club lik FCA 12 Carpenter, Heather- Baseball 95 FHA 11 Carter, Bryan- Track 95 VOC1' 9-10 Carter, Tim- Football 9-125 Honor Roll 12 Carter, Trey- Football 10-125 Honor Roll 9-11 Chaky, Rick- Band 9-125 German Club 9-105 HonorRoll 9-125 UlL Solo and Ensemble 11-12 Chung, Sunny- DECA 125 Exec. Committee 124 NHS 11-12 Clay, Ken- Baseball 1 1-125 Basketbal19-12lCapt. 9-1015 Exec. Committee 11-125 HonorRoll 9-124 Key Club 11-125 NHS 11-12 Cleveland, Vanessa- Band 9-115 Speecblbebane Society 12 Cochran, Krlstl- DECA 12.CV.Pres.15 Exec. Committee 9-125 Pep Club9 Cochran, Tommy- Soccer 1 1-12fCspt.1 1-121 Codlnl, Alan- Basketball 9-1 15 HonorRoll 9-125 Key Club 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11-125 National Spanish Honor Society 11-125 Soccer 12lCo-capt.15 Who's Who 125 Powder Puff 1 1-12 Coffey, Shella- Academic Decathltxi 125 Band 9-125 French Gub125 Mu AlphaTheta124 NHS 11-12 Coker, Karen- Exec. Cornrninee 9-125 FHA lik French Club 105 Honor Roll 9-125 Pep Club 95 Spark 125 Troyanns 10-125 Who's Who 11-125 Powd:rPt1ff11-12 Conner,Se.an- Go1l'9-125Honu'Rd19-125Lat.inC1ub9-12lHist.1215Mal.h Club 125Mu AlphaTlnta125Tennis 9-105Volleyball125 Who's Who 1 1-12 Coon, Michael- German Club 9-12tHist. 10-1115 Htx1txRol19-125Natirxral German Honcx Society 10-12CHist.10-1 215 Wrestling 10-12 Copp, Aml- Qreerleading 9-12lHesd Cheerleader 111Exec. Committee 9- 124FHA125FrenchClub9-105Htnta'Roll11-125SPARK115W'ho'sWho11 Courts, Brandon- V1CA 12 Covey-Cook,Charla-Cheer1eading9,11-12CMascot11-1215Exec.Comrnit- tee 9-12CPres.1015Hcx1or Rdl 9-1251ntemational Tlespian League 10- 125NHS 11-125 National Forensic League 10-125National Spanish Hmm Society 11-125SPARK125'l'l:atre ArlsSquad 9-115Who's Who 11-12 Cox, Luclnda- Art Society 1251"'l'A115Hrnrx Roll 9-125KcyClub10-115 342 NHS ll-125 Spanish Club 9-105 Who's Who 11-12 Crosby, Shane- Basketball 9-105 Exec. Committee 11-125 Honor Roll 9-125 Key Club 11-125 Math Club 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11-125 National Spanish Htmor Society 11-125 SPARK 125 Powkr Puff 1 1-12 Darden,Klm-Fl-lA105HECE11-1251-lIERO11-12.lPres.1215RodeoClub11 Davis, Chrlstl- Basketball 95 Exec. Cmnrninee 11-125 French Club 95 Hclior Roll 11-124 HOSA 12CHist. 1215 Key Club 1l5Track 10-12 Davis, Michelle- ArtSociety9-105DECA11-12!ReporterfPhotographer1215 French Club 105 Pep Club 9 Davls, Ramle- Tennis 10-115 VOCI' 12 Decker, Julee- Cheerleading 10- 125 Exec. Committee 10-1 2.5 Honor Roll 9- 125 SPARK 125 Volleyball 9 Dedmon, Kevln- Swimmingfbiving 1 1-125 Theatre Arts Squad 12 DlBacco, Stefanie- Gieerleading 95 Htmor Roll 9-125 Latin Club 10-125 Mu Alpha'l'heta 125 NHS 11-12 Dlllon, Kelly- Exec. Committee 11-125Fl-lA125 Honor Roll 11-125 Spanish Cub 9-10 Dlnda, David- FHA 125 Football 11-125 Honor Roll 9-10, 125 SADD 115 Soccer 9- 1 2 Dobbs, Chris- DECA11-121Hist.121 Douphrate, Davld- Basketball 9-105 French Club 11 5 Honor Roll 9-1 25 Key Cub 115 NHS 11-12 Drechsler, Llsa- A Cappella 10-12lSec. 1215 All-Region Choir 124 Btec. Committee 125 Honor Roll 9-125 Pep Club 95 Vocal Ensemble 10-12CDance Gpt.1215Women's Choir9 Dryburgh, Audrey- KTE 95 FTA 105 Honor Ro1l9-125 Key Club 95 Latin Club 9-125 Mu Alpha Tbeta 125 NHS 11-124Tennis 10-12 Duncan, Derlsa- FHA 9-12 5 French Club 105 Pep Club 9 Easterllng, Steve- Basketball 95 Football 9-125 HonorRoll 9-1 25 FCA 11-12 Elliott, Davld- Academic Decathlon124 Art Society 95 Band 9-12 Ellsworth, Tamml- DECA 125 Exec. Committee 10-125 Htmor Roll 9-12 English, Joel- lntemational Thespian League 11-125National Forensic League 125 Tennis 105 Theatre Arts Squad 125 Who's Who 12 Enright, Rob- DECA 11-1 2lPres. 1215 Honor Rollfl 215 NHS 11-125 Who's Who 12 Flelds,SherrI- Exec. Committee 125ll12zd Stafll 1- 12fEditur 1215 Latin Club 11-125 PepClub 95SADD 10 Flt1slmmons,Scott-HonorRoll9511-125SPARK115VlCA11-12t'l'reas.111 Foor, Deanna- HECE 125 HERO 12 Francis, Rhett- Basketball 9-1 2lCapt. 1215Exec. Committee 1 1-125FHA 125 Honcr Roll 9-125 Key Club 12 Freeman, Monte- Football 95 HECE 11-125 Tennis 10 Frontarlo, Krlstln- FHA 115 Honor Roll 9-12.5 Pep Club 95 SADD 9-105 Spanish Club 115Who's Who 11 Frank, Todd- Baseball IQ Football 9-12lCapt.1215 Honor Roll 9-125 Track ll 5 FCA 12 French, Klm- Basketball 9-105 FHA 9-125 Golf 10-124 Honor Roll 9-125 Volleyball 9-1 1 5 SPARK 12 Fuge, Nlchole- Theatre ArtsSquad 12 Fulks, Llsa Lee- Band 9-115 Exec. Committee 125 Honor Roll 9-125 Latin Club 125 Spanish Club 12 Garrett, Megan- Band9-125 Exec. Committee 125French Club 9-125 Honor Roll 9-125 Math Club 11-125 SADD 10-11t0lticer 10-11, Sec. 1115 Who's Who 11 Garrlson, Debbie- A Cappella 125 Basketball 9-105 Cheerleading 9-105 Htmta' Roll 9-125 Key Cub 1 1-125 Spanish Club 1 1-125Trac.k9-1 1 5Volleyball 9-10 Gates, Alex- 9-125 Track 9-125 Wrestling 9-12 Gly, Chrls- Baaeball10-125 FCA 10-12fOf'Gcer 11-1215 FHA 124 Football 9-125Hrx1ra' Roll12 Gensler, Mlke- Exec. Committe 10-125 Honor Roll 9-125 lntemational Thespian League 1 0-125 Latin GubtSenator 1 1-1215NHS 1 1-1 25 National Fo- rerisicleague 9-12lV.Pres. l1,Pres. 1215Senate11-125 SPARK 125 Speech! Debate Society 9-125TheatreArtsSquad9-12CV.Pres. 1215Whiz Quizll-125 Who's Who 10-125 Naticxial Merit Finalist 12 Glles,Jel'l'- Honor Roll 11-125VlCA11-12 Glles, Mary- Exec. Cmimittee 9-125 French Club 9-125Goli11-125 Honor Roll 9-125 Key Gub9-115NHS 115Ser1ate 10-12lTreas. 10,Pres. 1215 SPARK 125Tennis115Who'sWl1o11-125National French Htx1orSociety11-124FCA 125lnteract125 1'l'SA 12 Goldwater,Jason- History Club95HonorRoll 9-125 KTE9tHist. 915 National Forensic League 10-125 Odysseyofthe Mind 9-125 Odyssey Sta1T125 Speechl Debate Society 10-12CHist. 111 Goldy, Sarah- A Cappella 11-125 Exec. Cornminee 115 German Gub 9-125 Htmor Roll 9-105 International Thespian League 115 Senate 115 Speech! Debate Society 9-11, Theatre Ans Squad 9-124 Volleyball 10, Junior Clam President 11 Gonules, Denlse- Honor Roll 9-125 Pep Club 95 Tmyanns 10-12lPres. 121 Grady, Bllly-AcademicDecathlon 1 15Honor Roll 9-1 25Math Club 1 1 -1 25Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11-12f1'reas.1215 National Spanish Honor Society 11- 125 Odyssey ofthe Mind 105 Senate 105 Spanish Club 9-12lPres.1215Whh Quiz 10-11 Grant, Jennlfer- DECA125Hmcr Roll 12 Greco, Mark- Football 9-125 Track 9-10 Greenwood, hula- Exec. Connnittee 10,125 FHA115SADD 12tSec. 1215 Pep Club 9: Speer-blDebate Society125 1-rosa 10 Grlttln, Joseph- Honor Roll 12 Guenther,Seott-Jazz Band10-115SPARK125VlCA11-12tPres.1215Vocal Ensemble 11-125 Theme Tech 10 cuuertlag, John- Football 9-125 Tennb 9-105 Volleyball 1fXCapt.101 Gwllllarn, Heather- Band 9-1 25 FHA llfl-list., Publ. Qim1n15 Honor Roll 9- 125 SADD 1 15 Spanish Club 10-125 Spark 11 Gwynn, Nlck- Academic Decatl'1lon12 Hammnr, Kathy- FHA 11-12fSec. 1115 HECE 12lSec.1215HERO 121 sec. 1215 HonorRoll 11-125 Pep Club 9 Hammond, Sally- Band9-125 HcnorRo1.l 10-125HOSA 10,12 Haney, Elizabeth- Ar1Society 115HonorRoll 9-125Mu AlphaTheta125 NHS 11-12 Harelson, Kerl- Exec. Committee 10-125 FHA 125 Htxicr Roll 9-125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 Senate 9-105 Football 9-125 Honor Roll 9-125 Naticxial Spanish Honor Society 11-12tSec. 11,1215 SPARK 125 Track 115 FCA 9- 12lTreas.111 Harrls, Andy- Football 9-125 Hmor Roll 9-125 National Spanish H Society 11-125 SPARK 125Tr-ack 115FCA9-12Cl'reas.111 i Harwlck, Shannon- Basketball 95 FHA 10-12.5 Key Club 12 Heller, Kellle- A Cappella 10-12CLibr. 11-1215 All-Region Choir 10 FrenchClub115HonorRoll 9-125N'HS11-124 Pep Club95 Vocal Elise 125 Who's Who 115 Women's Choir9 Henry, Robin- French Club 115 Htmtx Roll 9-1251ntemational The League 9-125 National Forensic League 9-12I1'reas.l1-1215 Tbeane Squad 9-12IClass Rep. 9-11 , Pres. 1215 Who's Who 9-12 Hlgglns, Alan- Basketball 9-105 Cro CountryCCapl. 915 GolftCapt.9- Honor Roll9-105SADD115Socoer 95 Tennis 10 Hlpp,Alan- Basketball 9-105 Cross Country 95 Go1f9-12lCapt. 9-1 115 H Roll 9- 105 SADD 115 Soccer 95 Tennis 10 Hodder, Cheryl- PHA 1012lSec.11,Pres. 12, Regional Oflicer 10- HECE 12lV.Pres. 1215 Hero 125 Pep Club 9 Holslngton, Kirsten- ExecComn1ittee 1 15 FTA 10-125 German Club ll Hmm Roll 9-125 Key Club 10-115 NHS 11-125 National German Ho Society 11-12fPres. 11,V. Pres. 1215 Pep Club 9 Hollls, Rusty-Cross Counny 105 Football 95 Latin Club 115 SPARK Track 9-10 Holmes, Fellcla- Exec. Committee 125 Football Mgr.125 Latin Club 10- Honor Roll 9-12 Hooper, Sonya- Academic Decathlon 125 Exec. Committee 9-124 Fre Gub10-125 History Club 11-125 Honor Roll 9-125 MockTrial125Nati Forensic League 9-125 SADD 10-115 Senate 10-125 SpeechlDebale 12CHist. 1215 Volleyball 9 H0pklns,.lennll'er- DECA 125 Exec. Committee 9-115FHA115French 9-115 Key Gub10-12fSec. 1115 Pep Gub 9 Howard, Tlna- DECA11-12lTreas. 1215 Honor Roll 125 Volleyball 9 Hrad, John- Band 9-121Squad leader 11-1215 Honor Roll 9- 125 Key 12lSenior board rnember15 Latin Club 9-125 NHS 11-1251nter-act 1250 standing High School Students ol' Azrerica lman, Fazel- History Club 125 Spanish Gub 10-11 Jackson, Nancy- Basketball 95 Exec. Committee 11-12CV. Pres. 11-1. French Club 10-1 15 Honor Roll 9-125Iliad Staf1'tSect.Ed.1 125 Key Gub MathGub125 MuAlphaTheta 125 NHS 11-124 PowttrPul'f1 1-125 S 95 Volleyball 9,121Cspt.1215Who's Who 1 1-12 Jayroe, Andrew- Baseball 9-125 Basketball 95 FHA 125 Football 9- Honor Roll 9-125Track 9 , Jlmenez, Marlsa- Art Society 125 Prench Club 10-115 Honor Roll 9-12 Johns, Klmberly- DECA125 French Club 105 Key Club 115Pep Club 9 Johnson, Shannon- Acackmie Decathlon 115 Art Society 11-125 Exo- Committee 9-125 FHA 124 Honor Roll 9-125 Key Club 10-115 Pep Club Senate 125Spanish Club 105 SPARK 12 W Junkln, Kerry- Basketball 9-1 15 Honor Rril 10- 125 Latin Cub 9-125Vol1i- ball 9-10 Justus, Jody- Academic Decatl1lon115Gem1an Club 11-12CV. Pres. 12' lazzBand 125 NHS 11-125National Germanllonor Society 11-125 Odyssi ofthe Mind 9-12tCapt.1215Orchesn1 9-11tPres.11, Publicity C'1rrr1n.l2 Kang, Nanl- ArtSociety11-125HonorRoll 9-125 Key Club 10,125Tennis S 12 Kelson, Carey- Band 9-105 Baseball 125 Basketball 9-12CCapt. 1215 Hong Roll 9-125 KeyClub 11-125 MathGub125 Mu Alpha'lheta 125 NHS 11-11 National Spanish Honor Society 1 25 Spanish Gub 1 1- 1 25 SPARK 125 Whd Who125PowkrPutff11-12 l Kerner, Marnl- All-Region Orchesna 9-125 Basketball 95 Jazz Band ll Orchestra 9- 125 Track 95 Volleyball 95 Mock Trial 12 , Kerrlpn, Jennlfer- DECA 11-12, Spanish 9-10 Kerstlng, Mary- Exec. Committee 124 FHA 95 Pep Club 95 Spanish Club 9 Troyanns10-12KV.Pres.121 Knlght, Danny- Football 95 VICA 12 Knoerr, Doug- National German Honor Society 10-12 . Kraemer, Mark- Band 9-12lHead Drum Major 1215 German Club 9 12lSec.11-1215HonorRdl9-125.laz.zBand1 1-125Natitxial FtxensicLeagu 125 Odyssey ot' the Mind 12.5 SPARK 115 Speechl Debate Society 12 SwirnminglDivirig95WhizQuiz9-12 , Kropp,AprlI- HonorRoll 9-125lliad Staffl 1-12CSect.Editor1 1, Editor 121 MathGub125Mu AlphaTlx:ta12lTreas.1215NHS11-125Natimal Spanisl Htx1orSociety11-12lV. Pres. 11-1215Spar1ishClub9-125SPARK115Who' Who 125 National Merit Ccxnmendation 11 Lackey, Teresa- ACappella 11-125Wcmcn's Choir 9-11 l Lamazares, Sllvla- Pep Gub 95Troyar1ns 10-12lSr.Of1iocr121 , Lane, Todd- Football 9-11 , lark, Jeff- Band 95 Basketball 95 Football 9-105 HECE 125 Wrestling 113 HOSA 12lTreas. 1215 Stulknt Venture 125 FCA 9-12 larson, Jason- Football 10-115 Hmor Roll10-11 LeBlanc, Kelly- Hcnor Roll 125 OEA 12 tSec. 121 Leonard, Shane- A Cappella 125 All-Regior1Orchestra 9-11tConccrtMastr 915 Baseball 95 Wrestling 9,115 Powthr Puff 11-12 Lesseps, Davld- AcademicDecathlm 125 Frer1chClub 125 German Club 12 Honor Roll 9-125 Latin Club 9-l2lSenator15 Odyssey ofthe Mind 9-11 Levlns, Cheryl- A Cappella 125 Exec. Crxnmittee 115 FHA 1 15 Hmm Roll 9-125 0EA11-12 K1-list. 1215 Pep Club 95 Track 105 Women's Choir 1 0-11 Liewls, Angelette- Exec. Committee 9-12CHist.1215Htnta'Roll11-125Key Gub10-12lSec.15Spanish Club 1 15 Pep Gub 95 SPARK 1 15 SpechlDcbate Society 125 Track 10-12 1Awls, Jeremy- Band 95 Basketball 9-115 Football 9-125 Hmcx Roll 9-125 Track 9-10 Llndahl, Mlke- Football 9-125 Honor Roll 10-1 1 5 Technical Theatre 10 Llum, Brent- Hu1trRoll10-125MathClub125 Mu AlphaTleta125Nation1 Spanish Honor Society 1 1-125 Spanish Club Lockman, Ellsa- FFA 105 Hmor Roll 9-125 Pep Cub 95 SPARK 125 Troyanns10-125 Who's Who 125 Wonzn's Gioir 9 Lockwood, Nloole- Gieerleading 95 Executive Cornrnittee10-125 FCA 1' 125 Key Club 9-115 Natiorlal Spanish Hrmor Society 11-125SADD11-1 Spanish Gub115Tennis10-12 lpsasso, Llsa- Exec.Cmnmittee 9-125French Club 10-1 1 5 Honra' Rdl 9-1 lllhd Staff115N'HS11-1XPub1.Clxrmn.1215Pep Club95 Senate 105SPAR 125Troyanns10-11tSoph. Rep. 10, Jr. Lt. 1115 Who's Who 11 Madison, Stacie- Band 9-1 15 Honor Roll 125 OEA 12 Maddox, Becky- Honor Roll 125 HOSA 12 I lone, Anne- Hmm Roll 174 Key Club 123 Iatin Club 9-113 Pep Club 9 lanasserl, Tony- Football 9-113 Hmm Roll 9-113 Key Club 113 latin Club -123 Who's Who 123 Wrestling 10-123 Powkr Puff 11-12 nl, Benoye- Histmy Gub124 Hmm Rdl 9-123 Spanish Club 11 rkley, DeAnna- DECA 11-121V.Prea. 1213 Theatre Arts Squad 9-10 rtlnez, Kylee- Pep Club 9 iason, Ken- Exec. Cmnmittee 123 Spanish Gub 9-10 tsushlta, Margaret- Academic Decathlm 11-12ICapt. 1213 Exec. rntnittee113French Club 11-123 Honor Roll 10-123 Mu Alpha Tla:ta123 ll'lSl1-121 SpeechlDebate Society 9 cCabe, Bret- Exec. Cmnmittee 9-123 FCA 9-123 Football 9-123 Latin Club -121V.Prea. 1213 Mu Alpha Theta123 NHS 11-123 Track 93 Volleyball 12 cCauIey,Davld- VOCI' 9-10 cClellan, Krlsta- Art Society 93 All-Regim Choir 10-1 13 Clnerlcading 10 gr.13 1-ECE 123 Hmm Roll10 cDanlel, Renee- Troyanns123 French Club 10-11 3 Hmm Ro1l9-123 Exec. ' mrnittee123Powt'k:rPuff123Ilr2rd Staff123 Volleyball 9-113 Basketball 9- 03 Track 9-11 cDanleI, Rhett- Hmm Roll 93 Spanish Club 11-12 cDutTle, Nicole- Cheerleading 9-113 Honor Roll 9-123 Imemalimal Thes- ' League 1 l-12: SPARK 123 'Theatre Arts Squad 9-123 Track 9-123 Who'a o 11-12 cGulre, John- Cross Country 9-103 Track 9- 103 CVAE Co-op12 elnzer, Kyra- FHA 123 Hmm Roll 11-123 Pep Club 93 Troyanns 11-123 OSA 10 elton, Klm- Exec. Committee 11-123 French Club 9-103 HECE 123 Hmm oll 9-123 Key Club 113 Track 10-113 HOSA 10,12lSec. 121 eyers, Kerry-DECA 12 Ichaels, Karen- DECA 11-123 Wornen's Choir 9 lller, Davld- German Club 9-123 History Club 123 Hmor Roll 10-123 atimal German Honor Society 10-12fV. Pres. 11, Pres. 1213 Track 9-10 lsllvets, Krlstl- Exec. Committee 123 Honm Roll 9-123 Pep Club 93 Troy- 11-123 Who's Who 12 Moody, Cheryl- Hmm Roll123 Latin Club 10-113 OEA 123 Pep Club 9 oon, Andy- DECA 12 oon,Tom- Band 9-12CSquad Ldr. 1 1-1 213GermanClub 93 Honor Roll 9-123 lau Banr:l10-113 Natimal Forensic League 11-123 National Honor Roll3 peechlDebate Society 11-12lTreas.13 Who'a Who 12 oore, Kevln- Hmm Roll 9-123 Latin Gub 10-123 NHS 11-123 National Forenaicleague9-124 Odyssey oftlz Mind 1 13 SPARK 1 13 Speec-blDebate 9- 12KTrea.l.10, V. Pres. 1113 Red Goal Youth Council 10-11 Morgan,Shawn- VICA 11-12 Morrow, Kelley- DECA 12 Murray, Connie Jo- DECA 12lHist.13 Hmm Rdl 9-123 llrhd Sta.fl'11fP'ho- togapher13 National Spanish Honor Society 123 SPARK 12 Myers, Llsa- Band 9-123 Honor Roll 9-12 Nelson, Shawn- FTA 93 German Cub 10-1 1 Nevlll, Brad- Basketball 9-103 Exec. Committee 113 Football ll'lzQ Honor Roll 9-123 Track 9-123 FCA 9-12f1'reas.l21 Nles, Laura- ArtSociety11-123F.xcc.Committee123HistmyClub103 Honor Roll 12 Nollelte, Dawn- Art Society 113 Etec. Commit'tee123 Hr1A 10-113 Key Club ll-123 Pep Club 93 SADD 10-11 Norgard, Stacy- OEA 123 Honor Roll 9-12 Noska, Sharyn- Exec. Committee 9-123 Hmm Roll 123 Key Club l13Soceer 93 Volleyball 9-12 Obar, Michael- A Cappc1la9-123 All-Regim Choir 10-1 1 3 Football 9, SADD 10-123 Vocal Enzmble 9-113 Volleyball 10,12 Oestrelcher, Davld- Honor Roll 9-123Mu Alpha Theta 1 23 NHS 11-174 Acct. UIL 12 Olson, Brooke- Exec. Committee 9-123 Hmm Roll 9-123 Iliad Sta1I11-12 CCo-EditorAds11,Editor1213KeyClub9-103LatinClub9-123N11S11-12CV. Pres. 121 Onstott, Heather- Exec. Committee 123 French Club 10- 1 2Cl'reas. 1213 Honor Roll 10-123 Interact 121Serpam at Arms 1213 SADD 124 Who'a Who 11 Orr, Jlm- FHA 9-123 Honor Roll 12 Page,JennI- Qreerleading 9-11fCo-Capt. 913 Hmm Rull10-123lntematicnal TherpianLeague11-123NationalFmensicleague11-123SPAR.K123Theaue Arts Squad 10-124 Who'a Who 11-12 "" Park, Sung- Band 93 French Club 93 Hmm Roll 9-123 Mu Alpha Theta 123 NHS 12 Parker, Amy-A Cappella 9-123 All Regim Qoir 113 Pep Club 93 Vocal Ensemble 10-113 Wormn'a Choir 9 Parul, Patel- Exec. Committee 11-123 Hmm Roll 9-123 Key Cub 123 Mu Alpha'I1zta 123 NHS 11-123 Spanish Cub 93 Who's Who 11 Pashuck, Marty- Bulretball 93 French Club 10-123 Hmm Roll 9-lik Key Gub 93 Orchestra 93 Mock Trial 12 Pate, Danlel- A Cappella 9,123 Football 93 HOSA 123 Men'a Choir 9,123 SADD 11 Patel,Sart1lv- GermanClub11-123HmmRoll9-124 MathClub 123Mu Alpha Tltta 123 NHS 11-123 Natimal German Hmm Society 11-12f1'reas. 1213 Odyssey ofthe Mind 11-12 Pechanec, Julle- Cheerleading 9- 123 Executive Committee 10-1 2Il'reas.- 11 , Hint.-1213 Hmm Roll 9-174 NHS 11-12 Pendleton, Amy- Frendr Club 10-113 Hhtory Club 174 Hmm Rdl 9-123 Te-rmis 9-10 Perdue, Danlel- Band 9-123 Honor Roll 11-123 Spanish Club 11 Perklns,Jason-FHA123GemranClub9-1QHmmRol110-123VlCA10-123 Who'a Who 11-123 TIP 12 Petra, Klnnaler- A Cappella 123 German Club 12 Phelan, SCOH-BllkilgeIZQEXCC.Cllhitllltigifkfihlhcllbg-lXPl'8l.9'101Q Hmm Rull 9-123 Jazz Band 103 Mu Alpha Theta 123 NHS 11-123 Natimral GerrnanHmor Society ll-123 Senate 10-123 Track 12 Phlllpa, Abraham- FrenchClub93HiatoryGub10,123HmmRdl 9-123NHS 11-123 Who'aWho 12 Phllllpa,Jaaon-All-RegimBand1Z Band 9-12CPrer. 12,V.Prea. 1 1, Sectim 10-121 za, Suunne- Exec. 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And no one needs we have some of the most digni- to rely on good luck to find the fied people who teach here and unique charm in our "bottoms- grcat students who have a firm up" courses. .fqefa xi 0 PH J 0-ff! yourself! 4 ' + Dr. Taylor: ldon't know. Just knowing it's the thirteenth year has been frightening. Mr. Sheldon, Dr. Taylor, Mr. Parks, fabovcjg Angela Graffeo, Renee Solis Qrightj. Dr. Blanton frightjg Adam Paul. Renee McDaniel, Mrs. Qbclow I. to r.J Holloway, If .1 if J 1 Q! I? ,f 1 w r .I A I fl -N I! sy 1 I I


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