Thomas Wingate Andrews High School - Reverie Yearbook (High Point, NC)
- Class of 1987
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Taking care of business. Mrs.
Angelica McCormick, Dana
Spoon and Candy Hiatt roll up
their sleeves and devote all
their energies to readying A.l.
Simeon Stadium for
Picniclng in the parking lot.
Seniors in fourth period lunch
decide that they need a
change in pace.
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5 , 0 Q "This, Andrews, is Raider Country." Andrews
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Day of mourning. A group of
senior girls express their grief
upon returning to school.
Follow the leader. Gina
Thompson, Perdita Patrick,
Chris Bray, Renee Parsons and
Stennetti Stewart show that
they can obey the signs when
crossing the street.
Let's go HPA! Raider spirit
follows the football team
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Up, up and away! Michelle Fox attest to the fact that
Foust, Lori Gibson, julie Pope, Andrews is highly above the
Lynda Harmon and Shannon competition.
Busy as bees. Brent Walser
and Michelle Foust seemingly
keep themselves occupied in
Could this be it? T.W.
Andrews proves to be the pot
of gold at the end of the
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also the knowledge that like Andrews Red Raiders, "Some
Things 'Speak' for Themselves.
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We all remember our high school years as being the
time that we shared with our friends, but the good
times could not begin until we had fulfilled our
responsibilities to school and jobs. Students felt it
necessary to excel in academics, but at the same time,
they spent many hours engaged in social activites.
After our obligations had been fulfilled we, then,
found time to attend athletic events and go places
with our friends. With all the evening events taking
place our social lives were always active. People soon
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Smith patriotically appear at
halftime of the Homecoming
An apple a day. Andrews students
prepare for the future by tak-
ing a computer class.
Mixed emotlons. The newly
1986 Homecoming Queen Sarah
sheds tears of joy, while her brother
Robert Yates is all smiles.
Coke ls lt. Daniel Strickland and his
date refresh themselves by getting a
cool drink between dances.
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and jennifer White rest after finishing a
This could be the night. Market
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the 1986 prom last forever.
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Cox flash picture-perfect smiles
showing that they are enjoying the
Dandng to a different beat. Scott
Trotter models his unique style of
We Made the Night...
Last F ore uer
On the night of May
3rd hundreds of excited
and nervous students
got ready for the 1986
Andrews Prom. Most of
the girls scurried around
in curlers, heels and hose
as they rushed to make
sure they looked
fantastic. Most of the
guys had a relaxed atti-
tude about the whole
thing. As the time arrived,
cameras flashed, and
mouths ached from con-
stant smiles. Then,
everyone left for dinner
at the finest restaurants in
the area. After what
seemed like hours,
students made their way
to Market Square where
they were greeted by
blue and silver balloons
covering the archway.
The prom theme was
'Make lt Last Forever,"
and the night will remain
forever imprinted in our
We're almost there. Each member of Self-satisfaction. Carol Swanson
the class ofl986 nervously awaits the takes pride in the fact that she has
Say cheese, please. Karen Cashion A trip down memory lane. Roger
takes a minute to daydream before Sims smilesashe takes his lmtwalkas
receiving her diploma. a senior at Andrews.
Some Endings Are New
After twelve seemingly
endless years of work,
they finally made it. On
the evening of june 4,
1986, 285 seniors were
After being led in by
the junior marshals, the
seniors quietly took their
places in the gym. They
listened attentively as
Mr. Willis P. Whichard, an
associate judge with the
North Carolina Court of
them to continue to learn
throughout their lives.
No matter if it were
college or a career, it
would be an exciting
Finally it was time for
them to receive their
diplomas. After the cere-
could be heard among
laughter, tears and con-
fusion. As everyone said
goodbye and good luck,
the graduates left to
make their way in the
I finally made lt. Melisa Dennis
flashes a big smile as she accepts her
No pictures, please. Before being
seated, Ginger Payne takes a quick gl-
ance at the camera.
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and a break from the
monotonous schedule of
school made the
summer of 1986 a great
one for Andrews
students. They gladly
made their way to the
marina or to the various
pools to cool off, play
tennis or just lie out in the
sun. Myrtle Beach was
also a popular site for the
lucky ones who had their
fun in the sun while surf-
ing and partying. How-
ever, many students
found themselves at
home working instead of
being on vacation.
Students found the
nightlife in High Point ex-
citing while attending
concerts, going on dates
and hanging out at
parties. Dancing became
a new fad, with teen clubs
like Dadio's and the
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the summer went by
rapidly, but most were
ready to return to the
crowded halls of
Andrews. The summer
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lip in the pool.
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The "Blues" Brothers. jimmy Tanner,
jeff Grizzel and Terry Meinecke give
signs that their flight to the National
Debate Tournament in Oklahoma
went iust fine.
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students made straight
"A's" in Summer Vacation
'86, There were plenty of
exciting activities to keep
them occupied during
the long, hot months.
Movies such as "Top
C-un"and "Karate Kid ll"
kept faces glued to
movie screens, while
Murphy, Stevie Wonder
and Loverboy drew large
crowds to their concerts.
Staying out to all hours
and sleeping late the
next morning was
another big attraction.
For those who held down
either full or part-time
jobs, the days after those
late nights brought many
nodding heads and
drooping eyelashes. But
through it all, a Red Rai-
der always managed to
There's no business like show busi-
Is this edlble? While at the beach,
ness. Brain Mauldin sings his heart Brett Cramer looks a bit confused
out while working at High Steppin'
Country in Myrtle Beach.
about what he has in his hands.
We are famlly. During a two week Let's party. A few senior girls take a
Etay in Europe this group of Andrews minute to socialize at a summer 'get
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Take me out to the ball park. A
popular vacation for Andrews'
students is attending a major league
Returning to the
Once again, it was time
to trade in shorts, sleep-
ing late and memories of
the beach for homework,
crowded halls and foot-
ball games. Yes, August
25, 1986 marked the
beginning of a brand new
As always, the first few
days were hectic with ex-
cited seniors taking their
places as the "big men on
campus," and bewilde-
red freshmen searching
for the right classes.
Things soon improved,
however, as everyone
found familiar friends and
settled into comfortable
routines. There were new
aspects, though. For
seniors, there was the
privilege of having an
open lunch and for
everyone else, there was
the promise of having
one less year to go.
students seemed to
make the adjustments
from summer to school
smoothly, there were a
few who continued to
dream of past days. By
the end of the first week,
the countdown to the
end of school had begun.
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Thompson tackles the task ol
memorizing her lock combination.
Paging Dr. Blevins. Student trainer
Michelle Blevins 'doctors' an injured Back ln black. Some senior girls
leg. mourn the death of the Class of '86.
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her typing class what the course is all
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Flrst day blues. Henry Hare has an air
of seniority as he struts his stuff on the
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With the Spirit of '86
The Red Raider Varsity
football team entered
the stadium on October
3, 1986 with a different
spirit. The past two
games had been dis-
appointments for the
Raiders and they planned
to do something about it.
The night was Home-
coming and they wanted
to win! The game against
the Southern Durham
Spartans turned out to be
the lirst shut-out of the
season. The team defea-
ted the Spartans by a
score of 42 to O. Scoring
for the Raiders were Walt
McLeod, Tommy Moore,
Rodney Holland and
Brent David. Mike Daleo
and Roland Hanes
kicked, adding six extra
points. The outstanding
victory truly expressed
the theme of the night,
"An American Celebra-
Moving to the beat. Michelle Foust
and Shannon Fox show their Raider
spirit as they cheer the team to vic-
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leads the way with to the beat of a dif-
l986 Homecoming Queen. Sarah
Yates happily accepts a kiss from her
brother and escort Robert Yates.
Homecoming beauties. Left to right.
First row: Picolia Hayes, Kim Peele,
jennifer Hobson, Lynette Streater.
Second row: Shannon McRae, julie
Pope, ju Yon Yu, Tabbatha McClerkin.
Third row: Ashley Shuler, Susan
Schneider, Traci Minor, Tonya Davis.
Senior attendants. Left to right. First
row: Titha Bates, Sarah Yates, Connie
King, Ashley Griffin. Second row: Lynn
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her escort, who happens to also be
her father, Mr. james Bates.
Freedom lam. These seniors show
their elation at knowing that the day is
over after the Homecoming pep rally.
Mald of honor. Hope Rush smiles as
she and her escort, Maurice McRae,
have their picture taken.
As the 1986
Homecoming Court was
mounted in anticipation
of the announcement of
the winners. The senior
court consisted of Titha
Bates, Ashley Griffin,
Lynda Harmon, Paula je-
ster, Connie King, Lynn
Payne, Hope Rush and
Sarah Yates. Miss Hope
Rush was named as the
second Maid of Honor,
followed by the first Maid
of Honor, Miss Titha
Bates. Silence filled the
air as Miss Sarah Yates
heard her name called as
the 1986 Homecoming
The juniors on the
court were Tonya Davis,
Traci Minor, Ashley Shu-
ler and Susan Schneider.
The sophomores were
Shannon McRae, julie
Pope and ju Yon Yu.
were Picolia Hayes,
jennifer Hobson, Kim
Peele and Lynette Strea-
The radiant court
stood tall along with the
Statue of Liberty drawn
by Shina Kang. The 1986
represented a true
tivities began with a Spirit
Week that got students
in the mood for a celebr-
ation. For Spy Day, the
showed up at school
with trench coats and
arrived at school dressed
in their most fashionable
attire for Vogue and GQ
Day. On College Day,
everyone wore T-shirts
or sweatshirts with his or
her favorite college logo.
The Raiders were ready
for the beach on Vacation
Day, having gone
through summer ward-
robes and picked out
beach clothes. Tradition-
ally, Friday was Red and
White Day, with blue
added to coordinate
with the Homecoming
theme. By Friday after-
noon, the students were
ready for the real fun to
begin. Raider clubs sta-
ged a carnival with a con-
test to see whose booth
could attract the most
students. The French
Club ran off with first
place with the French flag
recreated with cupcakes.
The Keyettes took
second place, while third
place went to the Key
Club. After a fun-filled
afternoon, the Raiders
left school and returned
home to prepare for the
Playing matchmaker. Wendy Clark
Shower anyone? Chris Bray, Greg asks Toni johnson a question at the
Warren and jimmy Kendall rinse off the Civinettes' booth, 'The Dating
after mud wrestling for the Key Club. Game."
Admit one. David Smith and Lanie
Moore sell extra tickets during the
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club cupcake booth Randee jones
looks surprised to see the camera
capturing the moment on film.
Big mouth. Mr. George Henne cools
off on a hot day by bobbing for apples
at the Keyette booth.
Here at Andrews...
On April 18, 1986, the
Andrews Student Coun-
cil sponsored "Star
Search '86." Students
displayed various talents
such as dancing, singing,
playing instruments and
modeling. The night was
a huge success with
Dickie Averette acting as
the emcee. As the audi-
ence walked out of the
auditorium, they could
not stop talking about
Mike Mathai and Chris
Smith's drum duet,
Some raved over Brian
Mauldin and Gena
dance, "Contact" All in
all, the night was a big hit
filled with much laughter
The next weekend
brought again live enter-
tainment presented by
Club. The talented young
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actors put on the
play,"Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay." Before
the show began, the
audience gorged on
desserts, prepared by
the food service class.
Mrs. Teresa Fowler and
Mrs. Barbara Oliver
directed the play, Mr.
Howard Burch construc-
ted the set and Chris
Nemeth designed the
posters which promoted
the play. The lead
actresses were jenny
Lundrigan and Beth Rosa
who were complemen-
ted by Dickie Averett and
Bryant Mack as the lead-
ing actors. Mrs. Fowler
commented about what
a difficult task it was to
find the furniture from
that particular time
period. However, she
added how much fun
they had doing the show
Take flve. Wendy Bradbrook and
Delia Rhodes relax after many hours
of practicing for the spring play.
Acting with ease. Billy Nixon, juan
Carlos Lozano, Beth Rosa and Dickie
Averette perform well in the spring
play, 'Our Hearts Were Young and
Touch of class. Gina Thompson,
Sharon Brooks and Michelle Crawford
perform at the talent show.
Lending A hand. Billy Nixon and Chris
Harcum help each other make it
through a scene of the play.
Into the groove. Robert Wagner puts
on a good performance by playing his
guitar during the talent show.
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A Vacation, or
This summer several
Andrews students con-
tinued their education in
North Carolina. jennifer
Davis and Cybele Martin
attended Girls State at
Chris Blackman, Doug
Blackman, Todd Burnett,
Billy Currens and Chad
Futrell attended Boys
State at Wake Forest that
same week. These
students participated in a
activity designed to help
them understand how
our nation runs. Todd
Burnett was elected
Senator to Boys Nation
which is held in Wash-
Linda Venable and
jennifer Davis attended
C1overnor's School East
at St. Andrews College in
Carolina, and Karen
Quinto attended Clov-
ernor's School West at
Salem College in
Winston Salem, North
Carolina. Each student
studied philosophy, psy-
chology and one con-
centrated area in which
These nine students
gave up part of their
summer free time in
order to attend classes
and study, but they found
their efforts worthwhile.
New friends were made
and new knowledge was
gained, along with feel-
ings of pride in their
jerry Painter also ex-
celled in the field of auto-
mechanics during the
summer. jerry won the
small engine repair
competition for the
fourth year in a row.
showed that education is
a year round process,
and that summer fun
could also include
Glrl's State Representatives. jennifer
Davis and Cybele Maartin.
1986 Prlnclpal's List. Front row:
Della Wimmer, Heidi Simmons,
Ashley Shuler, Shannon Rich,
Susan Chernault. Back row: Doug
Boys State Representatives. Doug
Blackman, Billy Currens, Chad Futrell and
Blackman, Paul Lyddon, Chad
Futrell, Matt Leonard, Darren
Welch, Andy Butler.
Standing proud. jerry Painter and Govemors School Representatives.
Mike Hunt attend an awards cere- Linda Venable and jennifer Davis.
mony in Arizona where jerry won first
place in small engine repair.
After the school day
ended at Andrews,
students found various
ways to fill the rest of
their day. While many
had after-school jobs,
most rushed home to
watch soap operas, go to
the spa or hang out at
Westchester Mall. The
athletes looked forward
to many long hours of
practice. Some students
involved themselves in
sports outside of school
such as basketball at the
YMCA or soccer with the
High Point Stars.
During basketball sea-
son, games held during
the week gave students
another alternative to
staying at home. lf
homework was not a
priority, watching televi-
sion certainly was. Prime-
time shows included
favorites "The Cosby
and "Family Ties."
Whether students were
riding around in their
cars, working hard for
their money or just sitting
home watching televi-
sion, they always found
something to do that en-
After school. Paul Lyddon grabs a
quick bite before going on to other
Thanks for my jacket. Rick Grady is
glad to pick up his jacket from the dry
Weekends were made for
H dui ng Fun
The word "weekend"
brought a million possibi-
lities to a Raider's mind.
The first thought was the
anticipation of extra
snoozing time. Unless
students held down ajob
requiring them to rise
early, it was not neces-
sary to get up at the usual
7:00 a.m. With the know-
ledge that they did not
have to wake up at the
crack of dawn, very few
students could be found
at home on weekend
The free time that the
weekend gave to the
Nothing to do. Christy Schultheiss sits
around wondering if anything exciting
will ever happen.
Sink lt. Geoff Clapp attempts a putt
while Kevin Boone watches during a
weekend round of golf.
Raiders was a well-
earned vacation. Some
students visited colleges
over the weekend, while
others cruised to the
beach or to visit relatives.
During football and
Raiders eagerly looked
forward all week to the
games on Friday nights.
The only bad thing about
weekends was the fact
that they ended quickly,
and students had to
return to school bright
and early Monday morn-
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:akes the ball up for the basket during
'si weekend game.
That Red Raider Spirit
cry, heard at pep rallies
throughout the year,
showed that the
students of Andrews had
spirit and spunk. At foot-
ball games, basketball
games or any other
sporting event, the
Raiders proved that they
were "on the warpath"
against their opponents.
just socializing on
campus, Red Raiders
stood out in the crowd.
From Homecoming to
holidays, enthusiasm in-
fluenced every activity at
Andrews. Spirit Weeks
opportunities to show
school spirit. Traditional
found Indian mascot
faces "raiding" the halls.
Being at the "Big A" filled
students with Raider
Moving to the beat. The Red Raider Eyecatcher. Susan Schneider shows
drummers lead the crowd during a her school spirit inadifferent manner.
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junior girls got together to show who
they think is the best. Q
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and Ginny Parnell participate in the
Celebration, cheerleading style. The
girls responsible for school spirit
boost the crowd at the Homecoming
ienlor splrltl Being the oldest in the
chool gives the seniors something to
Dressed to Impress. Kate Duncan has
her own look in fashion.
Shaved look. l.D. McMeeking and
lason Odenwelder show off the fads
Into the fads. Leslie Statton displays
the latest fashions for the camera.
Proud of the rlng. Class rings are al-
ways a very important fashion item.
Vogue Follwers and
GQ M en
This year saw girls
wearing skirts with
lengths ranging from the
long and full to the short
and straight. With longer
jean skirts, girls added
boots which also helped
to keep their feet warm.
The guys kept warm by
wearing big college
sweatshirts and their
most faded jeans. This
year saw the popularity
of stirrup pants and
definitely the "in" thing,
with gold and silver jew-
elry, belts and shoes
added to almost every
outfit. Guys exhibited
their finesse by wearing
gold chains around their
necks and sunglasses
following Tom Cruise's
example in the hit movie
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Swatch mel Andrews students show Hey there, sweetie! Coach Sandy
off the new wave in watch gear. Dalton models the new line of
Working 9 to 5...
have always 'needed
extra money. Many de-
cided to take advantage
of the coop program in
our school and go to
work while technically
still in school. These
students attended class
in their chosen area, left
school early to go to
work or went to work
right after school. Misty
Gordon worked at D.A.
Kelly's at Westchester
Mall, while Lisa
O'Connell worked at
Belk-Beck right down the
hall. Kim Gosnell was em-
ployed by Taco Time
while Karen Hall put in
her time at McDonalds.
Curtis Varner worked at
the YMCA and joe
Hopper made and
delivered pizzas for Sir
Pizza. Working students
were a special breed who
work, school and
May I take your order, please? As Making dellclous meals. Chef Paul
she works after school, Kim Gosnell Lyddon works in the kitchen at May-
asks a Taco Time customer what he berry's to earn some spending
wants to edt.
Do you want your oil changed? Cooperative coworker. Doyle Free-
Steve Sexton lifts the hood ofacaras man and Randy Shealy keep the
he works at Exxon. McDonalds stockroom full.
Thafll be 52.06. Rodney Ingram
counts change for a McDonalds
Your total ls... Kristin Lohr rings up
purchases at Leonard Drugs.
Raider Girls Mode
Whenever the girls
were stuck without a
date for the weekend,
they got together in
groups to catch up on
the latest gossip. Popular
hot-spots were Dadios if
they were in the dancing
mood,or the Midway
Drive-ln if they were
ready for a laugh. When
parties were in swing, the
girls were always seen
socializing with the guys.
Video stores got a lot of
business if there was not
a party. The girls gladly
Ready for the world. Sarah Yates,
Karen lohn and Cybele Martin show
amusement at a party.
Say cheese! Shannon Watkins, Susan
Hammett and Ashley Griffin gladly
pose for the camera with their kitten.
watched a movie at
someone's house, while
enjoying plenty of
popcorn and drinks. Girls
loved to go out to eat at
the Rock-Ola Cafe,
1immy's Pizza and
Shoney's. They were still
not too old to have
slumber parties, staying
up all night eating and
talking. Saturday was a
great time to hit Hanes or
Four Seasons Mall to
shop. Girls were always
ready to gather together
and have a lot of fun.
Tlme to wake upl Kristin White ha
that morning look as she is caught by
a mystery photographer.
Wheeeel The Roll-A-Rink proves rc
be a fun outing for Paula lester, Kelly
Sanniota, Leslie Statton, Sarah Yates
Christy Schultheiss and Melissa
Sleeplng beauties. Shannon Lewin
and Connie King snooze while they
wait for a Prince Charming to come
time! A group of senior girls
together to socialize and have
After the bell rang...
Many of the girls often
wondered what guys did
in their spare time after
the school day ended.
With a little research,
REVERIE discovered that
most of them held after-
school jobs or played
school sports for the
school. Also many guys
played basketball or
football for fun with the
rest of the guys in their
neighborhood. After the
sun finally set, many were
forced to settle down to
do their homework.
When they completed
that terrible task, some
turned on the television
while others turned to
On the weekends,
guys either went on
dates or if there was not a
special lady, they would
be found at any place
girls were. On Saturdays,
they went to the YMCA
to play basketball and on
Sundays, they played
football in the church
It's a blrd, or ls lta plane? On a boy's Friends forever. Mike Daleo an
night out, Matt Blue, Chris Bray, Billy Anthony Dilfoggio show that they'r
Koontz, Henry Hare and Klay Barrow having fun at a party.
goof off for the photographer.
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I think lt's done this way. Andy Butler
and Chad Futrelle can figure out any-
thing when it comes to academics.
Hey, this ls neat. David Wilson takes
time out of his busy schedule to play
around on the computer.
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Senlor sensations! jennifer Davis
Betsy York and Anthony DiFoggio edi1
a REVERIE layout, lust one of the many
things that make them Super Seniors,
ln the winter, Andrews
teachers voted on the
ten seniors who, in their
opinion, best demon-
strated the qualities of an
ideal Raider. The
competition was close,
but the final ten truly
stood out among the
Todd Burnett, as
student body Vice-
President, took a mult-
itude of responsibilities
this year. Along with
membership in the band
for three years, Todd was
the President of both Na-
tional Honor Society and
the Science Club. Andy
Butler served as
In the end,
President of the junior
jaycees and Vice-
President of NHS as well
as being on the French
Davis had cramps in her
hands as Copy Editor of
REVERIE '87. She took on
added responsibility as
the President of French
Honor Society and
Secretary of juniorettes.
Anthony DiFoggio did
valuable work in produc-
ing the yearbook as
Layout Editor and earned
a reputation as one of the
best goalkeepers on the
east coast. Chad Futrell
may not have talked
much, but he was busy
on the French Club Ex-
ecutive Committee and
by playing soccer for the
past three years. Karen
john shined as the
number one ranked
tennis player in North
Carolina. She involved
herself with the
juniorettes for four years.
David Wilson starred on
the Red Raider football
and skillfully drove a bus.
Sarah Yates' days were
completely filled with
activities since she was
President of juniorettes,
Co-Copy Editor on the
Smoke Signal staff, and a
member of the French
Committee. Betsy York
REVERIE '87 as its Editor
and was a member of
NHS, juniorettes and
History Club. Last but not
least, Si Yon Yu as
Student Body President
and Vice-President of
both Keyettes and Sci-
ence Clubs proved that
girls can handle pressure
and do a great job. All
"Super Seniors" exhibi-
ted the fine qualities
which would enable
them to go far in life.
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Creative thlnklng. Being on the Ex-
ecutive Board, Si Yon Yu and Todd
Burnett are used to making posters.
Helpful hints. Sarah Yates and Karen
john share ideas on their clnswork.
Even though the temptation was great to ignore
the responsibilities of maintaining satisfactory grades,
students realized that the true purpose of being in
high school was to learn. Students from Andrews
have always had the reputations of being the best
around in academics. The students this year did not
let the tradition fade. Each seemed to excel in dif-
ferent areas for different reasons. Whether a student
preferred science, vocational trades or a foreign
language, he did not concentrate all his efforts on that
one subject. One simply tried even harder on the
more difficult classes.
You've got to be kidding! Meredith Ho
ward looks at a classmate in disbelief.
May I help you? Coach Wally Burke gives
a questioning look to the photographer
who has just interrupted his class.
Let me show you how lt's done. Rodney
Holland makes sure jerry Benjamin draws
his assignment just right.
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Whether it was French, Spanish
or the ever-present English,
students could choose their
favorite language. Although Engl-
ish was required, most students
enjoyed being able to communi-
cate with each other in a foreign
language. This knowledge of
either French or Spanish might
come in very handy in later years.
At least the English students
could speak in their native
tongues. As they got older, they
studied the literature and authors
of the United States and other
countries. Language, whether En-
glish, French or Spanish, served as
an important part of the education
of an Andrews student.
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denheimer et aid frOm SP3ni5h the photographer to see if he knows the answer to
and Tom Bo g
teacher Mrs. Benecia Hernandez. the question.
Ain't English fun? Mr. Bragoz's class Ends that Engl-
ish is serious business.
Daydreamlni Mrs. Flo Durway seems more interes- Should this be In quotes? Several English students
ted in what's going on outside of her classroom. struggle with grammar rules.
Business education courses
aided all students - both voca-
tional and the college-bound. The
business classes offered included:
typing l, typing ll, business math,
accounting l, accounting ll, office
occupations l and office occu-
pations ll. The ladies who were
responsible for teaching these
career-bound students were: Mrs.
Louise Stanley, Mrs. Marlene
Chess, Mrs. Anne joyner, Ms.
Angelica McCormick and Mrs.
Syntax error? Sharon Rowsey seems puzzled over 60 words a minute? Dana Gilmore works hard to
what her computer is telling her. increase her typing speed
Rellevlng the stress. Mrs. Ann loyner checks the
lust his type. Brett Cramer and the typewriter seem work of Heather Sparks while Maria Hillpractices
to be cooperating as he types his paper. typing drills. '
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Two typing students work hard to
Business! 5 l
Smlle, you're on Candld Camera. Mr. Ed Ray haf
the look of surprise as someone gets his attention.
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A slght for sore eyes. Mrs. leannette Kiem's advan-
ls math really fun? Mrs. Liz Kimbro makes her math ced biology class spent a school year disecting cats 7 4' Q A ,
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Only live more mlnutes. Ashley Hughes checks
out the clock to see how much longer she has in
ls lt 25 or 267 Mike Auman works diligently to ,,..-1
complete his math usignment.
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The Andrews math and science
departments upheld their great
reputations. This year was the Hrst
year for calculus. The course,
taught by Mrs. Susan Varner,
prepared students for college
math. Other math teachers were
Mrs. Winifred Cottam, Mrs. Patty
Fonner, Mrs. Amanda Gane, Mrs.
Elizabeth Kimbro, Mr. Don
Monroe, Ms. Libby Tate, Mr. Vic
Sanniota and Mrs. Peggy Watson,
who also taught Biology.
The science department ranged
from physical science to physics.
Students enjoyed the challenge of
physics, taught by Mr. Ed Ray, who
also taught chemistry. Mrs. Knox
taught physical science along with
Mr. Mizelle and Mrs. Cobbs. Mrs.
Trotman taught biology and Mrs.
Kiem taught biology, advanced
biology and chemistry.
Taking It easy. Erik Davidson and Ryan McDaris l'll show you where it goes. Michael Martin
relax after Hnishing their math. demonstrates his expertise in advanced biology.
Does the year 1776 ring a bell?
What about the name Thomas
jefferson? The answers to these
important questions were located
in the Social Studies department.
The department offered history,
along with a probing course in
psychology and an interesting
look at the running of the United
Mr. George Henne and Mr.
Larry Smith taught freshman his-
tory, better known as Civics, and
also U.S. and World History. Coach
Herb Goins, Mrs. Sherry Mewborn
and Ms. Lil Lovings all taught U.S.
History, including Advanced
Placement to juniors. Mrs. Mary
Lane taught U.S. History, psychol-
ogy and sociology.
History of the world. Mrs. Mary Lane's soca
studies class appears to be busy at work.
Intense thoughts Sam Davis appears to be con Mrs. Mary Lane glances up to see who is interrupt-
centratlng fully on an assignment for clvlcs ing her clfus.
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Another day of social studies. Alison Aultman has Whafs golng on In the world? Karen john reads up
the look of fatigue as she wallcs into her classroom. on world events.
Social Studies! 55
Back agalnl Coach William Walker sighs as he Watch outl Ricky Smith gets ready to drive during
survives another day of driver's training. his behind-the-wheel driving course,
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Health fanatics! The ninth graders practice
techniques of the Heimliech maneuver.
the lsn't gym fun? Doug Harris awaits the return of the
4 1 f
For some, gym was a great way
to break up a long day. There were
no books or term papersg just a
chance to get out and flex
muscles. For most ninth and tenth
graders, gym was just another
required course that took up
another hour of the school day.
However, others loved gym
courses and enrolled all four years.
Ninth graders were required to
take health education and CPR as a
part of gym. Some freshmen were
able to qualify for Driver's Educa-
tion, but Coach Walker and Coach
Foree's cars primarily carried
sophomores who were closer to
the magic "l6."
How did the students at
Andrews spell "Relief '? lt depen-
ded on what type of help was nee-
The L-l-B-R-A-R-l-A-N answe-
red Raiders' questions when they
needed help in the media center.
Students called on the co-media
specialists, Mrs. Carmella Russell,
Mrs. Carol Courts or the media
aide, Mrs. Betty Davis. These
ladies, who taught library skills,
came to the rescue when audio
visual equipment broke down, and
worked with the library assistants
to make Andrews' library the best
When students needed help
with education planning, college
preparations or social problems
they spelled G-Ll-l-D-A-N-C-E.
Mr. Mike Cochran headed the
scholarship program at Andrews.
He kept the students updated on
the latest information on this
subject, while also working with
students whose last names began
with the letters A-D. Mrs. Sarah
Quinto directed the vocational
area and worked with students
whose last name fell between E-K.
Mrs. Beth Howard headed
personal and social planning, and
she coordinated the administra-
tion of the AP tests. She took
responsibility for students whose
last names began with L-R. Finally,
Mrs. Betty Mebane headed the
whole department and was the
educational planner. She worked
primarily with students whose last
names began with letters S-Z.
Now, where ls the author card? Doyle Freeman
searches through the card catalog as he prepares to
do his research.
I t A. Cherie Currens spends some of her time Getting It together. Cynthia Grayson and Faye
working on the computer in the library. Gillespie Ex up a package for Guidance.
Worklng things out. Mrs. Beth Howard helps
students prepare for career day.
Walting In llne. Missy Ferguson and Mark Idol wait
to see their guidance counselors.
Practice makes perfect. Marni Lessa, Debbie Smith
Ralder Country. This mural painted on the cafeteria and Melissa McGee show practice is the only way to
wall shows Raider pride is everywhere. improve.
HS H! GH 558323.
A star ls bom. Paul Metters shows that he could be
the next Tom Cruise.
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The Red Raider student body was what made
Andrews the best school around. Each of us had dif-
ferent personalities and characteristics which made
us unique--a blend of people as diverse as the cul-
tures of the world. However, when we all joined
together, something special happened. We lost in-
dividual traits and took on the bigger and more im-
portant identity of a Raider. Everyone worked and
acted together in order to make Andrews known as
the school with the most spirit and desire to achieve.
This is not say that people at Andrews did not exist as
individuals, for they certainly did, but when the need
arose, we Raiders united and stood proud.
ls It A,B or C? Allison Aultman wonders
which answer to choose on her
Anticipation. Henry Hare relaxes in class
and daydreams of 3:15.
But I don't do windows! Ms. Libby Tate
cleans the day's work from her overhead
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ln the air surrounding the Class
of '87 there floated invisible, yet
definite feelings of anticipation.
They knew that their long journey
through the tunnel which leads to
another phase of life was coming
to an end. This year was their last
chance to excel, and to try things
they had never before experien-
ced. Along with the group of spe-
cial privileges handed to them
came a load of responsibilities that
had been placed upon their
shoulders. However, each senior
knew that the year was excellent
preparation for the rest of his life,
and also a way to leave his
personal mark of achievement on
Watching the clock. Seniors Kristin Lohr and Cybele
Martin chat with lunior Gina Lewis at the end of
Teacher's aid. Leslie Statton lends a helping hand Where is your hall pass? Stewart Azarigian takes a
during her student assistant period. leisurely stroll to his next class.
QAQZIQQADAMS - DECA 12: SADD 105
S'p'21'Tiish 10,125 Track 105... LRACEY
ALSTONK - Beta 11,12TChFF'u's
FHA 125... DAVID ANDER-
SON - Band 9,10,1 1,125 lunior laycees
GREG ARRINGTON... STUART
AZARIGIAN - Computer 95 Science
9,105 Soccer 1O5... KEN BAKER.
MIKE BANESSE - Beta 1 1,125 Executive
Board 12, Senior Class Pres. 125 FCA 103
Key 10,123 Math Honor 1 1,125SADD 105
Spanish 10,125 Spanish Honor 11,125
Soccer 9,1O,11,1Z5... TONY -
Band 9,10,11,12, Drum Captain 123
DECA 125 junior laycees 9,10,11,125
VICA 10: Baseball 1O,11,125 Wrestling
1O,11,125...KLAY BARROW - French ll:
Key 125 VICA 12: Golf 9,10,1l,12, All-
Conference 1 1.
- Anchor 125 Band 9,105
Civinettes 9,10,1 lg Environmental 125
French 10,115 History ll: NFL 11,125
S anish 125 Homecoming Court 1 l,lZg...
IGTE BEARCE - Band 9.10,1l,1Z:
Computer lO,11,12, Tren. 125 French
10,1 1,125 History 10,115 NFL 9,10,l15
Science 10,1 lg SMOKE SlGNAL 125
Basketball 95... ARCHIE BEAVERS -
Band 9gVlCA 10,1 1,125 Football 1 15Track
ANDREA BECK - Band 9,1O,1 1,121
FBLA IZ: Ke ettes ll,l25 SMOKE
SIGNAL 125... IJARIN BELL - Ke 125
Basketball 105 Golf 1O,11,125... KEN-
YATIA BELL - Anchor 9,125 Civinettes
9,105 Environmental IO: Raiderette II:
Spanish 1 1.
SHEMICA BELL - DECA 125 VICA
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9,1O,1 1,125 um anfflifrench 125
junior laycees 125 Bo s' Homecoming
9,10,115...MICHL?'LLE BIDDY -
Civinettes 1 IQVICA 12.
DEBE BLACK - Chorus 9,103 French
10,1 I,I2g VICA 95... CHRIS BLACK-
MAN - Band 9,1O,11,125 Beta 11,125
French 10,1 Ig French Honor 1 Ig History
11,125 Key 125 Math Honor 1 I,I2g NHS
1 I,I2glUl'11Or Marshal 1 Ig 'Best Persona-
lity" 125... DOUG BLACKMAN - Band
9,1O,11,125 Beta 11,125 French 10,115
French Honor 1 lg History 1 I,I2g lunior
laycees II,I2g Math Honor I 1,125 NHS
junior Marshal 1 1.
KELLI BLAKE - Chorus 9,1O,1 1,121
Civinettes 125 French IO: SADD 1O5..,
MICHELLE BLEVINS - Bancl 9,1O,1 1:
FBLA 125 French 10,1 Ig Keyettes
10,1 1,125 SADD 12: Softball 9,10:
Student Athletic Trainer 9,10,1 1,125...
ANTOINE BOONE - Band 9,lO.
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Working It out. Chad Futrell tries hard to figure out a
difficult physics problem.
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At last, the class of 1987 knew
how it felt to be at the top of the
totem pole. The first taste of being
seniors came this summer when
senior environmentals were taken.
With the coming of the new year,
seniors were anxious to go out to
lunch. The break was well-
deserved after three years of hard
work and a crowded cafeteria.
Another privilege was having their
own senior section for pep rallies,
giving them more room to show
their school spirit. The biggest
advantage was the knowledge
that this was their last year of high
school, but the biggest dis-
appointment was knowing that
they would no longer be true Red
Raiders after their senior year.
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Band 9,IO,I Iifnvlrorimenta 125 renc'h
TRACY BRAN ON - Civinettes 1 ig
FBLA I I,I2: SMOKE SIGNAL I l:Spanish
CHRIS BRAY - Key 10,1 1,12, Sec. 12:
Soccer 10,1 Ig Swimmin 9,105 'Most
Unpredictable' I2g... RAEDY BRICE -
SADD 95 Basketball 94 Soccer 9,1Ig...
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ECAlg a :NFL11,12.
So lf. BRD Q . .- Chorus
9,1O,11,12g Bas e a , , ,125 Soc-
cer 10,11,12, Track 9, Volleyball
- DECA 12, Environ-
men 6 12: IZ: Pe 95 SADD 10,
Spanish 10,.., WOR BUFFONG - Soccer
1 1 , 1 25...
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Environmental 10, Pep 10, SADD 12,
Spanish 1 1.
When Andrews's excited
seniors entered the gym on the
night of june 4,1986, they were
led by eleven equally excited
junior marshals. These students
occupied the top eleven positions
on the rank ladder. The year's
marshals were Andy Butler, Chief
Marshal, Paul Lyddon, Chad
Futrell, jennifer Davis, Linda
Venable, Todd Burnett, Chris
Blackman, Doug Blackman, Si Yon
Yu, Susan Chernault and LeAnne
Davidson. Ms. Sylvia Eaglin and
Mrs. Marlene Chess directed the
duties of the marshals.
Cream ofthe Crop. Front row: LindaVenable,SiYon ler, Paul LyddOr1. BaCk FOW: Chris Blackman, Todd
Yu, lennifer Davis. Second row: LeAnne Davidson, Burnett. DOug BlaCkmar1.
Susan Chernault. Third row: Chad Futrell, Andy But-
ANGIE BURLESON - French ll: Ke -
ettes 10,1 1,125 SADD 12:....IQ,i
BURNj.II,,,,,Band 9,10,1 lg Beta '1 1,125
ES'c'ecuf1VT?'Board 12, Student Body Vice'
Pres. 12: French 1O,11,12, Executive
Committee 125 French Honor 1 1,125His-
tory ll: junior jaycees5 Math Honor
11,125 NHS 11,12, Pres. 125 Science
11,12, Pres. 125 Baseball 9,10,1 1,125
Boys' State ll: Boys' Nation ll: H.P.
Youth Council ll: junior Marshal ll:
MBest All Around" 125... ANDY BUTLER -
Beta 11,125 French 1O,11,12, Executive
Committee 125 French Honor 11,125
junior jaycees 10,1 1,12, Pres. 125 Math
Honor 1 1,125 NHS 11,12,Vice-Pres. 125
Science 10,1 1,12, Sec. 125 Tennis
9,10,1 1,125 junior Marshal 1 15 "Most
MARC BUTLER - juniorga cees 10,1 lg
Key lZ5VlCA 125Golf95... IXANE BYER-
LY - Art 1255 anish Honor 125VlCA 125...
BARBARA EANNON - Keyettes 10:
Spanish 1 1.
GREG CARMICHAEI. - DECA 12, Treas.
125 Ke 11,12, Treas. 125 VICA 125...
MARTAI CARTER - DECA 125.., LAURA
CASHATI' - Chorus 95 French 10,113
juniorettes 125 Keyettes 95 SMOKE
LESLIE - Chorus 95 DECA 125
Frenc ,5 . 5 juniorettes 125 Key-
ettes 95 REVERIE 1 1,12, Business Editor
125... SUSAN CHERNAULT - Band
9,1O,1 1,125 Beta 1 1,125 Executive Board
12, Student Body Treas. 125 French
1 1,125 French Honor 125 History 11,125
Keyettes 10,1 1,12, Pres. 125 Math Honor
11,125 NHS 11,125 SADD 10: Science
11,125 junior Marshal 115... MELISSA
CHILES - Drama 95 FBLA 125 SMOKE
SIGNAL 10,115 Soccer 9,11,125 Tennis
WENDY CLARK - Band 9,1O,11,12:
Civinettes 9,10,1 1,12, Pres. 125 Compu-
ter 9,1O,11,125 Drama 125 Executive
Board 10,1 lg History 1 l,l2g NFL 125 Pep
1 15SADD 1 1,125 Softball 9,105 Volleyball
95... PAMELA CLIFTON - Art 9,105
Civinettes 11,12, Pres. 125 DECA 125
SADD 125... IEANHTE CLUTTER - Key-
ettes 125Math Honor 1 1,125 Science 125
Spanish Honor 11,12.
TAMMY COCHRAN - Civinettes 1 1,1Z,
Sgt. of Arms 125 NFL 10,113 VICA
9,10,11,1Z, Pres. 125 Basketball 95...
V DA C - Anchor 125 En-
XIIODVFTICF1 a , , 5 BLA 125SADD l2g
VICA 125... RICK COMPTON - Compu-
ter 95 DECA IZ5 Key 9,105 Spanish Honor
1 lg Basketball 10.
BRETT CRAMER - French 105 History
125 Key 115 Science 11,125 SMOKE
SIGNAL 125... SHARON CRAVEN -
Civinettes 115 DECA 125...
DANNY CURIA - Key 1O,1I5SADD 115
S anish 9,10,115 Soccer 9,10,1 15...
BILLLY CURRENS - Band 9,105 Beta
11,125 Computer 9,105 French 11,125
History 1 lg junior laycees 11,12, Vice-
Pres. 125 Math Honor 1 1,125 Science 1 15
Tennis 9,10,1 1,125 Bo s' State 1 15Who's
Who 1 15... MIKE DAIEIEO - FCA 10: Key
9,10,11,125VlCA 125 Football 125 Soccer
Aimlng to please. Laura Cashatt works diligently to
satisfy customers at Biscuit Factory.
This year many seniors found
that not only did they have to go
to school, do homework, and play
sports, but also they had to work.
Their jobs varied from grocery
store cashiers to lifeguards to
mechanics. They spent their extra
money on weekend activities, cars
or even college. With their hectic
schedule, it was sometimes hard
to fit in the time for work, but
Andrews students always mana-
ged to budget their time between
work, study and play.
1 , al 9, Volleyball 9,1O,1 1,1Z,...
I.eANNE DAVIDSON - Beta 11.12,
Drama 11, French 10,1l,1Z, Vice-Pres.
12, French Honor 1 1,12, History 11,12,
Keyettes9,1O,11,1Z,Math Honor 1 1,1Z,
NHS 1 I,1Z, Orchestra 9,l0, REVERIE 12,
SADD 12, Governors School 10, Green-
sboro Youth Symphony Orchestra
9,IO,11,12, lunior Marshal 11, 'Most
Talented' 1Z,... IENNIFER DAVIS - Beta
1 1,12, Cheerleader 9, Computer 10,1 1,
Drama 11, FCA 10.11, French 1O,11,1Z,
Fxecutive Committee 12, French Honor
11,1Z, Pres. 12, History 10,11,1Z,
luniorettes 10,11,1Z, Sec. 12, Math
Honor 11, NHS 11,12, REVERIE 11,1Z,
Asst. Copy Editor 11, Copy Editor 12,
SADD 12, Soccer 9,1O, Governor's
School 1 1,Girls' State 1 1,lunior Marshal
MARC DAVIS - REVERIE 11,1Z, VICA
1 1.., 'I' IS - Chorus 9,1O, En-
vironmental 12, BLA 12, FHA 10,...
f .DS - Computer 10, En-
vironmen a , 'I,1Z, Pres. 12, junior
laycees 10, Pep 10,1 1,SADD 1 1,Spanish
10, VICA 12, Boys' Homecoming 9,1 1,
NBest Dressed' IZ.
Most people did not realize that
it was possible to make money
before and during school. A
driver's license and driving experi-
ence were all one needed. After
taking the first step of filling out an
application, the students attended
a two day workshop. A written test
was given, and a score ofeighty or
above entitled the prospective
busdrivers to take the road test. lf
the driving test satisfied the super-
visor, he then issued a schoolbus
driver's license to the student.
According to Mr. Thayer Tyson,
the busdrivers were the most im-
portant people in the process of
education. Without them, many
students would be unable
IIM DERUE - Band 9,1O,1 1,12, Compu-
ter 9, NFL ll,12, Spanish 12,...
ANTHONY Dil:-0GGlQ - French 10,1 1,
ey , fi , IE11,12,Co-
Layout Editor 12, Football 12, Soccer
9,1O,1 1,1 Z, All-Conference 9,1O,1 1, All-
Conference Player of the Year 11, All-
Region 1 1, All-State I 1, uBest Looking'
12,... EVELYN DIXON - Art 11: Band
9,1O,I 1,12, Civinettes 9, DECA 12, FHA
10,1 1, French 12, History 12, Raiderette
. , ,Q - Beta 1 l,12, Executive
' r , , Student Body Sec. 12,
French 10,1 1,12, French Honor 11,12,
History I 1, juniorettes 1O,11,12, Math
Honor 11,12, NFL 10, NHS 11,12, Sci-
ence 12, Soccer 9,10,1 1, NASC Region
lll Representative 1 1,12, "Most Depen-
dable' 12,... KATE DUNCAN - Band 9,
Beta 12,French 10,1 1.12, History I 1,12,
luniorettes 10,1 1,12, SADD 12, SMOKE
SIGNAL 12,... ERNEST DUNQP - VICA
12. ------0 -
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Dedicated Drivers. Front row, Archie Beavers Tanya Trotman Mamn Carter Nancy Bell David
David Wilson, Dana David, Anita Franklin, Michelle Andergon 106 Hopper Ken Baker Mike Council
Blevins, Charlisa Bullard, Rodney Holland, Hope Kevin Odenwelder Darin Bell Stuart Azarigian
Rush, Ken Ingram, Billy Currens. Back row: Charles lghnny Quick jim Dekue
McCormick, Demitrus Brown, Yvette Kirkpatrick
KENNETH DUNLAP - VICA 11,129
Basketball 9,105 Football 9,10,11,IZg...
BARBARA EADS BRIAN EASTER -
Basketball 9,IO,l 1,121
1 Lj?A5 7-24
EONDA EASTERLING... RIKKI Eli
LERBEE - DECA 12: S anisb 5:'S6ffl:TaIl
lU,l lg.., TABA NGS - Anchor
91 Orches .
fx A! af?
F xi f-We ,TC
FERGERSON - FYBLA u,1z1..gg5!
MICHELLE FOUST... MIKE FOX,..
ANIT ,N-Band 9,1O,I1,IZq
ivlrie es 1 lSfOfy 12g Spanish 12.
DOYLE FREEMAN - VICA 1 1,12, Vice-
Pres. 125 Baseball 9,11,125... CHAD
French 10,11,12, Executive Committee
125 History 1 1,12, Sec. 125 Math Honor
11,125 Science 10,11,125 Soccer
10,1 1,125 Boys' State 1 15lunior Marshal
II, MQuietest' 125..- I-
SAMANTHA GILCHRIST... EURIKA
GLOVER - Anchor 95 Chorus 9,10,1 1,125
Civinettes IO, FHA 125 Raiderette
10,1 1,12, Co-head 125... MISTY
GORDON - DECA 11,12.
MICHELLE GOSHEN.., KIM GOSNELL
- Civinettes IO, DECA 12, Parlimentarian
125 History II: Spanish II, Basketball
9,10,1 1,125 Soccer 10,1 1,125 Softball 95
Volleyball 9,10,125... RICK GRADY -
Computer 125 Key 10,1 I,I2q SADD 125
Spanish 9,1 lg Cross Country 125 Soccer
11,125 Swimming IO: Track 10,1 1,12.
SEAN GRAHAM - Orchestra
9,10,11,1Z5 VICA IIQ... CYNTHIA
GRAYSON - Band 9,10,1 1,125 FBLA 125
Keyettes II,I2,... ROBIN GREEN -
Anchor 95 Civinettes IO, Raiderette
11,12, Co-head 125 Track 10.
74!Best All Around
N "I 915 '
The best of the best. Todd Burnett and Si Yon Yu
personify the image of the well-rounded student.
Leadership, involvement, and
service were words often used to
describe Todd Burnett and Si Yon
Yu. Their unending willingness to
participate earned them the title of
"Best All Around." Todd was the
President of both NHS and Sci-
ence Club, Vice President of the
Student Body, member of the
baseball team, and a delegate to
Boys' State, and later, Boys Nation.
Si Yon was the President of the
Student Body, Vice President of
Keyettes, and was a member of
NHS and the swim team. Both Si
Yon and Todd were junior
Marshalls. With their leadership
ablility, both seniors invoved
themselves in sewing others.
ASHLEY GRIFFIN - Computer 12:
Iuniorettes 9,IO,1 1,12: REVERIE 12:
SADD 12: Science IZ: Basketball 9,1O:
Softball 9,IO,l 1.12: H.P. Youth Council
9,1O,l 1.12, Chair Person 12: Homecom-
ing Court 1Z:... TIM GRIFFEY - VICA
I I,12: Football IO: Track 9: Wrestling
IO:... KAREN HALL - Chorus 10:
Civinettes 10,1 1: DECA 12, Pres. 12:
SUSAN HAMMETI - Band 9: French
10,1 I: luniorettes 12: Ke ettes 9: SADD
10,1 I: Swimming IO:... IIIENRY HARP. -
Beta I 1,12:Key 10,1 1,12,Pres. I2:Math
Honor 1 I: Spanish 10,1 1: VICA 12: Soc-
cer 1O,I I,IZ:... LYNDA HARMON -
Beta I 1,12:Cheerleader I I,I2, Head IZ:
Computer 12: FCA 12: French 10,11:
French Honor 1 1: luniorettes 10,1 I,12:
REVERIE 12: SADD 10.
:Q all .,
AMY HARRINGTON - Beta I 1,121 Ke -
ettes 125 Spanish Honor I l,l2g... BREIJT
HARRINGTON - Computer 12g French
IO: Ke lO,l l,lZg Tennis 9101112
IQ l Klum
SAN - Civinettes I0-
izaiiererre - anish Honor I I- Track
, P ,
9,IO,I I, All-State 9,lO,l lg... CINDY
HARTMAN - FBLA lZg... WINDY
HARTMAN - FBLA 12.
. 9 if
One more tlmel Billy Nixon and Betsy York
MMost Spirited" seniors, display their outst
school spirit by leading students in cheers.
76!Most School Spirit-Most Athletic
Every year, there are certain
athletes that are outstanding
leaders. The "Most Athletic" seniors,
Walt McLeod and Shannon Thomas
fit this description. Walt participated
in football, basketball and track, while
Shannon demonstrated her athletic
ability in volleyball, basketball and
"Go Raiders!" was a phrase often
used by the "Most Spirited" seniors,
Billy Nixon and Betsy York. At sports
events, they led Raider fans in
cheers. During spirit weeks, they al-
ways dressed in the specified attire.
IULIE HEER - FBLA IZ: Spanish I I:Soft-
ball 9,IOg... IOYCE HE ARD - Band
9,I0,I I,IZ,... IEFF HEPLEK
CANDICE HIATT - Beta II,IZz
Cheerleader IO,I I, Mascot IZ,
luniorettes IO,I I,IZ, Treas. IZ, NHS
II,IZg SMOKE SIGNAL II,IZq Spanish
I0,I I,IZ, Pres. IZ, S anish Honor
lO,I I,I2g... I. - Anchor
9,125 Computer IZ: Environmental
S anish II: Basketball IO: Track I0,...
YFEJLANDA HILL - Pep IO.
To a "T"
The classic good looks of
Anthony Dilfoggio and Paulalester
earned them many admiring
glances as they walked through
the halls of Andrews. Members of
the opposite sex were never far
from sight. The two deserved the
title, "Best Looking" seniors.
Shannon Watkins and Mark
Dawkins also received their share
of admiring glances from the
students. Shannon often modeled
the latest Forenza styles while
Mark wore fancy suits and spar-
kling gold chains. lt was no doubt
that these "Best Dressed" seniors
would be caught in nothing less
than the latest looks in fashion.
Mlrror, mlrror on the wall. Anthony Dilfoggio and
Paula lester, the 'Best Looking" seniors, show who
is the fairest among them all.
TOM HODGIN - junior laycees
9,10,1 1,123 Spanish 103 VICA IO: Cross
Counm- 9,1O,1 l,l2g Track 9,1O,11,1Z5...
SHA HOFFMAN - Band 9,1O,1 15
Computer 10,1 I5 History 10,1 1,125
junior laycees l 1,125 Key 103 SADD 105
Spanish 9,10,1l: Soccer 10,115 Swim-
ming 9,1O,1 1,1Z,.. GARY HOLLAND -
R O D - MBi est Flirt"
IOF. PER - Band 50,1 1,125
Computer IO, DECA 11,125 Cross
Country 123 Tennis 1 15... DOUG HUD-
SON - Band 9,1O,1 lg DECA 125 FCA 125
History 1 lg lunior laycees 115 Key 9,125
Spanish 9,1 1,12.
78fBest Looking-Best Dressed
CHARLES HUNTLEY - Wrestling
9,lO,l l,IZg... F. - DECA
llg Basketbal , 1 Footbal 9,lOg,.,
PERC I .A - Science 9: VICA
,. af f , ,A 7 '
" L . "Hath, ,F ' N N E' v
ROD - Chorus I0,I 1,125
, nmental 12g junior
I SADD l2g,..
- C h o r u s
9,lO,I 1,125 junior
2, SADD 125 Basketball IO.
l L' '
uxff?il , .K 'Q
Dressed to impress. The MBest Dressed' seniors,
hannon Watkins and Mark Dawkins, show the
tudents at Andrews the latest fashions to wear,
E ACKS - Band
,lO,lI,l25 ECA 125 Wrestling
9,10,1 1,125... IULIE IANSSEN - Band
9,105 luniorettes 125 Softball 95.,. TROY
IARRETL - Band 9: VICA 1O,11,1Z.
DARRELL IEFFERIES - Baseball
9,1O,11,125 Football 9,10,11,1Z5 Wres-
tling 10,1 l,l23... PAULA IESTER - Beta
11,125 Chorus 9,105 Computer 11,125
French 10,1 1,12, Pres. 125 French Honor
11,125 History 11,125 luniorettes 12:
Keyettes 9,10,1 lg NHS 1 1,1Z,Secfl'reas.
12: REVERIE 123 SADD 10,1 1,125 H.P.
Youth Council 9,105 Homecomin Court
125 MBest Looking" 125,.. KAREN IQHN -
Computer 125 French 103 History 123
luniorettes 9,10,11,1Z5 SADD 125 Sci-
ence 125 Tennis 9,10,11,12, All-
Conference 9,1O,11, All-Piedmont
9,10,1 1, All-American 1 1.
lf one ever needed a helping
hand, he didn't need to look any
farther than Tia Doar or Andy But-
ler, the two seniors voted "Most
Dependable." ln addition to serv-
ing as student body secretary, Tia
demonstrated her responsible
qualities by being a member of the
National Honor Society and girls'
soccer team. Andy took charge as
the president of the junior jaycees
and as vice-president of the Na-
tional Honor Society.
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always be counted to shoulder any responsibility
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AMY IOHNSON - FHA 1I,12:
Orchestra 9,IO,I1,l2q.,. PATRICIA
LOHNSON - Band 9,l0,1 I,IZ:...
CONNIE KING - Beta 1 1,1 2, Cheerlea-
der IOQ Computer 10,1 1,I2, Sec. 12, FCA
10,1 I,12, French 10,1 I,I2, Executive
Committee IZ, French Honor I I,I2, His-
tory IO,I 1,125 juniorettes 1O,11,12,
Vice-Pres. 12, REVERIE 12, SADD
1O,I1,I2, Soccer 9,1O, Homecomin
Court 9,10,1I,I2,... V
KIRKPQIBICK - Band 9,1 ,I 1,121
Civinettes 10,115.0 QILLY KOQNTZ -
Band 9,IO,I IqKeyIO,'I2:'lEEVERIE1I,I2,
Soccer 9,IO,I 1,125 Track I I, "Wittiest"
PERRY KYLE - Key 12: Soccer
9,1O,1 1,123 Track 9,IO,1I:... THERESE
LENESKI - FBLA 123 SADD 10,1 1,125
S anish 10,1 1,121 Soccer 1I,12,...
I8RDIf. LESTER - Drama 9,I0,I Ig Key
I1,I2, SADD 9,101 Soccer I0,II.
SHANNON LEWIN - Band 9, French
9,IO,l1, luniorettes IZ, Keyettes 9,
SMOKE SIGNAL 12, Soccer IO, Softball
11,121 Swimmin IO, MMo5t Un-
predictable' 12,... ISN LIBERTY - FCA
I 1,1 2, Football 10,1 1,I2, Tennis
10,1 I,12g... IOE LITTLE - Key 11,125
Wrestling 9,1O,I 1,I2, All-Conference
10,1 1,All-Piedmont I I, All-State I 1.
When it boiled down to the
"Most Unpredictable" seniors, the
names of Chris Bray and Shannon
Lewin quickly came to mind.
These two kept everyone around
them in constant disbelief of their
crazy actions. Chris frequently
wore jeans split down the side or
shirts that had been through one
too many washings. Anyone who
ever heard a shrill whistle knew im-
mediately that Shannon was
Everyone at Andrews laughed
whenever Billy Koontz and Cybele
Martin voiced their opinions,
which was often. Their quick wit
made them the natural choices for
the "Wittiest" seniors. They always
joked with their fellow students
and put some sun into an other-
wise cloudy day.
KRISTIN LOHR - Band 9,105 Beta
11,125 Cheerleader 95 Computer 125
Drama 125 French 1 1,125 French Honor
125 History 11,12, Pres. 125 juniorettes
10,1 I,I5 SADD 125 Science 11,125 Soc-
cer 9,11, All-Conference 95 Tennis
9,10,1 I,125...YVONNE LORBER- Band
95 Computer 125 History 125 juniorettes
125 SADD 125 Science 125... KIRSI
LUKKARI - Band 125 Drama 125 French
PAUL LYDDON - Band 9,105 Beta
11,125 Computer II: FCA II,I2g French
125 History 1 1,125 junior laycees 1 1,125
Key IO5 Math Honor11,125NHS11,125
SADD 125 Science 10,1 1,125 Football
1 1,125 Track 1 1,125 junior Marshal 1 15...
CYBELF. MARTIN - Beta 11,125 FHA
II,I2g French 10,1 Ig French Honor 115
History 1O,11,12, Sec. 125 juniorettes
10,125 NHS 11,125 Science 10,11,125
Tennis 9,1O,1 1,125 Mwittiest' 125...
MICHAEL MARTIN - FCA 9,10,1 15 His-
tory 11,125Key 9,105 NFL 10,11,125
Spanish 9,1O,11,125 Spanish Honor
10,1 1,125 Football 9,10,1 1.125GoIf9,105
Swimming 9,I0g Track 1 1,125 H.P. Youth
Council 9,1O,1 1,12, Vice-Chair 12.
lust A' SwIngIn'. The "WittiestW seniors, Billy Koontz
and Cybele Martin, Hnd a way to add humor to any
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BRIAN MAULDIN - Computer 9:
Drama I0,I I: SMOKE SIGNAL II,I2,
Business Manager IZ, Spanish I0,l I,
S anish Honor I I: "Most Talented" IZ:...
SRIANNON MCBRYDE ' Drama II:
luniorettes IO,I I,IZg Orchestra 9,IO:
Spanish 9, I O, I I , I 2:.., STEPQQNLE
MCCALL - Anchor IO, I 2, Civinettes I Ig
FEDKTZ, Raiderette I I.
IIM MC Ally Art 93... CHRIS
EE... ORGE MCLARTY -
French IO, NFL I Ig Spanish IZ, Soccer
Body Double. The serious sides of Chris Bray and
Shannon Lewin, the 'Most Unpredictable' seniors,
are rarely seen.
Wherever the pounding beat of
rock music, or the lullaby of classi-
cal music was heard, one was sure
that either Brian Mauldin or
LeAnne Davidson had a part in it.
Brian danced his way to a summer
job at Myrtle Beach and practiced
dance year round. LeAnne played
several musical instruments in-
cluding the viola and the harp. Her
harp gave her the opportunity to
perform in cities such as Wash-
ington and Atlanta. These students
proudly upheld the title of "Most
w,M,fLTMIg1,LpQ-D - vicA 1O,1l,12:
Basketljal 'l'O,11, Football 1O,11,12,
Track 1O,11,12, All-Conference ll,
"Most Athletic" 12g... IEANNA
MCMANUS - Band 9,10,1 1,12, French
12: Keyettes 1I,12, S t. of Arms 12,
SADD 1o,.., :Ric MEDLIN - Band
9,lO.1 1,121 Beta 11,12: Computer
10,1 1,i2, Pres. 12, Math Honor 11,l2g
REVERIE 12g SADD 10,113 Science
10,1 1,l2g Spanish 1O,I 1.
TERRY MEINECKE - Beta 12: History
123 Key 121 NFL 1O,11,12, Pres. 12,
Novice State Championship IO, District
Champion I1,I2g Science 11: Cross
Country 9,,., TAMMY MELTON... SHEL-
Making beautiful muslc. Brian Mauldin and
LeAnne Davidson give a unique outdoor concert.
C 'f, 'vi'
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KEVIN MISHOE - VICA 1l,125...
BARRY MOORE... TONY MURRAY -
NEELEY... BILLY NIXON - Banff
Beta 1 1,125 Drama 9,1O,11,125
Executive Board 1 15 lunior laycees 1 15
Key 125 Math Honor 11,125 SADD 12,
Vice-Pres. 125 Spanish Honor 1 1,125 H.P.
Youth Council 9,1O,1 1,125 MMost School
DARREN NOSAI. - Band 9,1O,1 Ig FCA
10,1 1, French 10,1 15 History 1 1,125 Key
Football 9,1O,11,125 Swimming 11,125
Boys' Homecoming Court 105 H.P. Youth
Council 10,1 I,1Z5... KEVIN ODENWEL-
DER - Band 9,1O,115 Ke 1O,11,12:
SADD 125... MARCO ORSINI - Beta
11,125 Computer 9,1O,11,125 History
1I,I25luniorlaycees 125 NFL 125Science
11,125 SMOKE SIGNAL 12, Head
Photographer 125 Spanish 9,1O,115
Spanish Honor 11,123 Tennis 11,12.
NAT PARKER - Art 95 DECA 10:
History , 5Orchestra 105 Pep 95 SADD
1 O5 Basketball 9,105 Football 105 Track 95,..
TQAPA.R.?I, - Band 9,1O,1 1,125 Sci-
'ence IOITK S PARSLEY - VICA I 1,125
Golf 105 Wrestling 9,1O,
NATA QM: Anchor 9g Drama
: Band 9, Computer , His-
ory g ADD 9,10,1Zg Science 9, Spanish
9, Basketball 9,10,1 1,125 Softball 9, Track
9: Volleyball 91... KRISTI PATTERSON -
Computer 121 Executive Board 1Z,Senior
Class Sec. 12, FCA 9, French 10,1 1, His-
tory 1l,12, luniorettes 9,10,11,1Zg
REVERIE I 1, SADD 10,1 1,1Z, Science 12,
wr.-if , 1 f ,S 3 , "
.lim "fi ai ei 5 .Q
SEAN PAUS - Math Honor 1 1, Science
I l,1ZgVlCA IZ, Swimming 9,l0g... DON
PERRYMAN - FCA IZ: Key 10,11,12g
SADD 1ZgVlCA 11,125 Swimming
11,12q... GAYLE POSTON - Band 9:
FBLA 12, Keyettes 9: Spanish 10,1 1,Soft-
Two people who could be sure
to brighten anyone's day were
Chris Blackman and Sarah Yates,
the two seniors with the "Best
Personality." They were always
surrounded by a crowd of friends
and left smiles in their wake wher-
ever they went. No matter if you
were confused or depressed,
these two people could certainly
change your outlook.
lt was not uncommon for one to
see Rodney Holland or Kelly
Sanniota giving a member of the
opposite sex a hug, a kiss or just a
flirtatious look. They often demon-
strated the attributes than won
them the title of "Biggest Flirt."
86!Best Personality-Biggest Flirt
That's what friends are for. Chris Blackman ant!
Sarah Yates, having the Best Personality, alway
took time for others.
A hug and a klss. Rodney Holland and Kelly
Sanniota, the uliiggest Flirts,' left a trail of broken
hearts behind them.
LARRY PRATT - DECA 1 lg Pe 95 Track
liz... l. PRIMUS... QHNNY
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fl f' QA ,
MALLORY QUICK.. STEVEN QUICK -
Computer 9g Histo 1 1gSMOKE SIGNAL
12g... MICHAEL QYIINTO - Band 9,10:
Beta 11,125 Computer 9,105 History
1O,11,12, Treas. 12g SADD 105 Science
11,125 Spanish 9,101 Soccer 10,1 1,12.
REYNOLDS - Anchor 10,115 FBLA 12,
Treas. 125 Basketball 95... ALAN RICE -
Art 12, Vice-Pres. 125 Computer 125
SADD 105 Science 1 1.
'RODD - oicc SIGNAL 11:,..
AMY RODDY - Art 9,103 Beta 11,125
French 11,125 History 11,125 Keyettes
10,1 l,l2g SADD 12, Treas. 125...
MICHELLE ROHRER- FBLA 1 1,12, His-
torian 125 SADD 10,1 15...
SHARON ROWSEY - Computer ll:
FBLA 125 luniorettes 9,103 Keyettes
1 1,125 Science 1 1,125... BECKY ROYAL
- FBLA 1 1,12, Pres. 125... -
Basketball 9,10,1 1,125 So tball 95
Homecoming Court 12, Maid of Honor
Seriously sllent. Librarians never have to say, MBe
quietl' to Chad Futrell and Laura Saunders, the
Psssst! Did you know that Chad
Futrell and Laura Saunders were
the "Quietest" seniors? Teachers
never had to say a stern word to
them. The two always kept
themselves under control and
busied themselves with more con-
structive things besides goofing
off. This honor could easily have
been titled 'iMost Well Behavedf'
However, being voted "Quietest"
does not necessarily mean that
they did not have a successful
senior year. Chad and Laura both
made outstanding grades, in-
volved themselves in many activi-
ties, and smiled greetings to all
KELLY N - Beta 11,iz,
eer ea er 9, Computer 1 1,12, French
10,11,12, French Honor 1 1,12, History
10,1 1,12, Vice-Pres. 12, luniorettes
IO,1 1,12, REVERIE 11,12, Soccer 9,1O,
Tennis 9,1O, Who's Who 1 1,12, 'Biggest
Flirtn 12,... V - Key
10,11,12,Vic - res. , A12,Sgt.of
Arms 12, Football 9,10, Wrestling 9,...
RANDY SHEALEY - Art 9,10,1 1,12.
Pres. 12, Spanish Honor 9.
KAREN SHEPHERD... LISA SHUSKEY
- Band 9,1O,11,12, Beta 11,12, French
11,12, History 11,12, SADD 10,1 1,12:
Science 11,12, Spanish 12,... ALICIA
SMITH - Band 9,1O,1 1,12, Computer
11, FBLA 12, French 10,11, History
11,12, Keyettes 9,1O,1 1,12, Science 11,
SMOKE SIGNAL 1 1,12, Co-Copy Editor
12, Basketball 1 1, Soccer 1 1, Tennis 9.
Members of the Senior Execut-
ive Board gathered seventh
period in Mr. Henne's roomg that
may have been the only time and
place they were together. With all
of the activities being planned,
they rarely had time for anything
else. The board consisted of
President Mike Banesse, Vice-
President Marty Snider, Secretary
Kristi Patterson and Treasurer
Kristin White. These officers
planned Senior Week and Senior
Fun Day. They worked together
with the junior Class Officers and
the other student council
members to promote Raider spirit
and to make this year at Andrews
the best ever.
Leaders of the Pack. Front row: Sec. Kristi Patter-
son, Treas. Kristin White. Back row: Vice-Pres. Marty
Snider, Pres. Mike Banesse.
ROBERT SMITH - Key 10,1 1,125
REVERIE 11,12, Co-Layout Editor 125
SEanish II, Soccer 9,10,1 I,IZg...
S LINA SMITH - Drama II, FCA 95
Spanish 10,1 15... SHELLEY SMITH -
DECA 125 Keyettes 1 1,125 Spanish 10,1 1.
SUSAN SMITH - Beta 11,125 French
10,1 I,I2g History 11,125 luniorettes
10,1 I,I2g Orchestra 95 SMOKE SIGNAL
11,12, Co-Editor 125 Soccer 9,1O5...
- Computer IZ, DECA
25... ITH - Computer II,
luniorlaycees 95 VICA 10,1 1,125 Baseball
105 Football 9.
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MARTY SNIDER - Computer 9,1O, Ex-
ecutive Board 12, Senior Class Vice-Pres.
12, FCA 12, French 10,1 1,12, History 12,
junior laycees 1 1,12, SADD 12, Science
9,1O,11,1Z, SMOKE SIGNAL 11, Golf
9,10,1 1,12,... BRADY SNOW... IAMIE
SNOW - Civinettes 12, French 1O,11,
Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12, SADD IO, Gov,
ernor's School 10.
LISA SPRINGS - Anchor 9,1O, DECA
11,... IOSEPH STANLEY - Chorus 11:
French Honor 1 1,12, NFL 10,Whisperin
Leaves 11,12, Asst, Editor 12,... KEIS
STATON - Art 11,12, DECA 12.
LESLIE STATTON - Computer 12, His-
tory 12, juniorettes 12,... DARREN
STEELMAN - DECA 12, S anish 10:
Baseball 9,1O,11,12,... BUEK STEP-
STENNETTIA STEWART - Band 9,109
Softball 9,10,1 1,12, Volleyball 9,1O,12,...
PATRICK STONE - Band 9,10,1 1,...
MISSY STUDY - DECA 12, French 1 1,
Keyettes 1 1, Science 1 1.
CINDY STYLES - Art 12, Sec.lTreas. 12,
Spanish 9: VICA 9,1O,11:... LISA
SUMNER - Art 10, Computer 12, DECA
1O,11,1Zg SADD 10, Science 12g...
KAREN TAYLOR - DECA 11,1Z, Pres.
123 Spanish 9,1O.
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B RRY - Wrestling 10,1 1,12,
Al- o en e 1O,11g... AUDREY
THOMAS - Band 9,10,1 1,123 Civinettes
9,103 Computer 1 lgHistory 1 1, Keyettes
11,123 Science 9, Spanish 1O,11g...
O N THOMAS - Raiderette
g ase a , ,1,12,All-
Conference 10,1 1, All-District 10,115
Track 9,1O,1 1,1Z, All-Conference 10,1 1,
All-District 10,1 1, Volleyball 9,1O,1 1,12,
All-Conference 1 1, All-District 1 1, "Most
On October 9, 1986, seniors
and juniors proceeded to the gym
to scout colleges from all over
North Carolina and its surrounding
states. Some of the busiest tables
were those offering information
about UNC-CH, UNC-C, NCSU
and ASU. Most seniors quickly
made their way to the college they
had already chosen, while the
juniors randomly scanned the
scene to get an idea what college
they might like to attend. Interes-
ted students asked many ques-
tions to help clear up much of their
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and Robin Whitener visit different
representatives on College Day.
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TH - Anchor 125 Band
9, 0,1 1,1 5 Computer 125 Pep 95 SADD
9,IO:... SUSANNE TODD - Beta 11:
Cheerleader 11,125 DECA 115 FCA 125
luniorettes 10,115 Orchestra 9,105
REVERlE125SADD I25Spanish 1O,11,12:
Spanish Honor 1 1.
TANYA TROTMANH. MITCHELL
TYSON - VICA 11,125... CURTIS
VARNER - Computer 10,115 DECA
9,1O,1 1,125 History 1 15luniorlaycees 103
SADD IO, Science 95 Spanish 9,105 VICA
LINDA VENABLE - Band 9,1O,11,12:
Computer 125 French 125 Math Honor
115 NFL IO: Science 11,125 Soccer 95
Governors School II: junior Marshal
11:... CAROLYN WAGONLR - Band
9,1O,11,125 Drama 1O,11,125 Math
Honor 1 Ig NFL 9,105 Science I I,IZ5VICA
125... f - Drama
BRENT WALSER - Band 95 Beta 1 1,125
Computer 95 French 10,1 15French Honor
115 History 9,10,11,125 junior Jaycees
10,1 1,125 Key 125Math Honor 1 15SADD
125 Science 125 SMOKE SIGNAL 125 Golf
95 Soccer 9,1O,115 Swimmin
9,lO,1 1,125 Tennis 11,125... MELISX
- Anchor 125 Civinettes 105
nvlronmental 12, FHA 1O,11, History
105 Keyettes 105 Raiderette 105 SADD
125... MARIQXVASHINGISLN -
Comput :1TH'5 rsrzsfy
11,125 Science 11,12.
SHANNON WATKINS - Band
9,I0,I I,IZ, Beta I I,IZ, Cheerleader IZ,
FCA IZ, French I I,lZ, History I0,I I,IZ,
Iuniorettes IZ, Keyettes IO,I I, REVERIE
IZ,SADD I0,I I,IZ, MBest Dressed' IZ,...
DARIN WHITAKER - VICA IO,I I,IZ:...
BILLY WHITE - VICA lO,I I,IZ.
KRISTIN WHITE - Cheerleader 9, I 0,1 I,
Computer IO,I I,IZ, Drama IO,II,IZ,
Executive Board IZ, Senior Class Treas.
IZ, FCA IO,I I, French I0,I I, History
I0,I I,IZ, luniorette IZ, NFL IZ, SADD
IZ, Spanish IZ, Who's Who IZ,... AMY
WHITEHART - Cheerleader I0,l I,
French IO,I l,luniorettes IO, Homecom-
ing Court I0,... ROBIN WHITENEK -
Working towards perfection. Mike Banesse
Marty Snider strive to make the I986-87
Council the best.
A qulck stop. LeAnne Davidson and Brett Cramer
hurriedly go to their lockers as they try to beat the
after school rush.
One thing almost all Raiders had
in common was their attraction to
the opposite sex. They used dif-
ferent strategies to get
themselves noticed. Friends were
asked to drop hints "to that certain
person." Students took strange
routes in order to pass by a certain
someone's locker. The grapevine
was a good source of information
about weekend social activities,
where a possible glimpse of the
person could be caught.
If the message was finally
communicated, and the feelings
were mutual, so began a relation-
ship that might last days--or
months. During their time
together, couples often dined out,
caught a movie or showed up at a
party. When all else failed, the two
watched T.V. at home with Mom
KATRICE WI l - Computer ll
BlA 5 A IO, Keyettes 9g Pep 105.
10,1 lg Track 9.
- Band 9, Pep g.
CHLLLL WILLIAMS - Chorus
,l0,I l,l2, Pep 9,105 SADD 9: Spanish
ION WILLIS.., MICHELLE WILLIS - Anchor
10,1 1,12, Civinettes 10, Computer 12, En-
vironmental 10,1 1,12, FHA 9, Pep 9,1O,
Raiderette 1 1,.,. DAVID
CKYMNIILSON TAMMY WILSON FBLA
gf'v"'P"""ice- 'fesl Tiff IOHNNY wvlucli.
SARAH YATES - Beta 12, Computer
9,1O,11,12, Executive Board 9,101 French
11,12, Executive Committee 12, History
11,12, luniorettes 9,10,11,12,Pres. 12: SADD
10,1 1,12,SMOKE SIGNAL 10,1 1,1Z,Co-Copy
Editor 12, Soccer 9,1O,1 1,12, Swimming 9,1O,
H.P. Youth Council 10, Homecoming Court
9,1O,1 1,12, Qkleen 12, "Best Personality' l2,...
BETSY YOR - Beta 11,l2, Computer 12,
French 10,1 1, French Honor 1 1, History 11,12,
luniorettes 9,1O,l 1,12, Math Honor 11,12,
NHS 11,12, REVERIE 1O,11,12, Layout Editor
11, Editor 12, SADD 11,12, MMost School
Spirit' 12,.., SI YON YU - Band 9,10,1 1, Beta
l1,12, Dtecutive Board 1O,12, Student Body
Pres. 12, French 10,1 1,12, Executive
Committee 12, French Honor 1 1,12, History
1 1,12, Keyettes 9,1O,11,12, Vice-Pres. 12,
Math Honor 11,12, NFL IO, NHS 11,12, Sci-
ence 1O,1 1,12, Vice-Pres. 12, Swimming
1 1,12,Who's Who 12, lunior Marshal 1 1, 'Best
All Around' 12.
io time to waste. With Todd Burnett's ex-
tracurricular activities, he finally linds time to do his
As the year progressed, discus-
sion began about the seniors' fu-
ture plans. Students made the im-
portant decision about college.
Responding to the question, "Why
do you want to go to college?"
Andrews seniors gave a variety of
"I want to learn about life and
play football." -David Wilson
"l want to further my education
in law." -Wendy Clark
"I want to become more
productive and valuable in today's
society." -Michael Quinto
"l want to study dental
hygiene, and move out on my
own." -Ashley Griffin
These seniors have decided to
take a big step. They hope that the
college experience will help
prepare them for life and start
them on the road to success.
out. Earnest Dunlap keeps his Mcool' even
the long hours of school.
The Real Test
When the going got rough, the
tough juniors got going. This year
was the real test of their abilities to
balance school, jobs and recrea-
tional time. juniors spent long
hours on term papers, practicing
for the SAT and poring over
college pamphlets trying to de-
cide where to go.
As the year progressed, juniors
learned how to budget their time
and energies. They also began to
see that no one could be perfect
and do everything. The junior year
was a time to mature and ready
oneself for the final step on the
road to graduation.
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The junior class officers led their
fellow students with plenty of
planning. These officers master-
minded the junior-senior prom,
and made this event un-
These officers shouldered other
responsiblities as well. President
Susan Schneider was also the
president of SADD. Vice-president
Cherie Currens played tennis.
Treasurer Lori Gibson devoted
time to being a Varsity cheerlea-
der. Secretary Cinnamon Hunter
participated on the soccer team.
These busy juniors managed to
make the year one of the best yet.
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Currens, Pres. Susan Scheider. Back row: Sec
Cinnamon Hunter, Treas. Lori Gibson.
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What are the characteristics of
the "Ideal Date?" Fifty juniors
answered this question for the
juniors usually wanted a date
with a good personality and great
sense of humor. Favorite places to
go ranged from dinner and a
movie to a sunny picnic in the
mountains. Most juniors felt that
the guy should pay for the date,
but many were happy to go
"dutch," No matter where they
went or what they did on the date,
having a good time was always on
juicy gosslp. At lunch Scharmane Channels shares
her knowledge of what's going on at Andrews with
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Takln' It easy. Chris Harcum takes a break from his
schoolwork during lunch.
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while lodi Combs is caught unaware.
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cil? What is our school code?
These questions and more ente-
red the minds of many Andrews'
juniors as they made their way to
the places where they would take
the SAT or the PSAT for the first
time. Preparation for the test inclu-
ded taking sample tests located in
the College Board booklets, and
reviewing math facts such as the
area of a circle. For all juniors plan-
ning to attend college, the SAT
and PSAT became an important
part of the decision-making
As their second year at Andrews
began, the sophomores realized
that along with the fun things that
went on at Andrews came a lot of
hard work to make the grade.
Teachers suddenly demanded
more from these students, and ex-
perienced sophomores were ex-
pected to set examples for the
freshmen. Sophomores found that
the time to get serious about life
and school had begun. They parti-
cipated in more extracurricular
activities, thought about college
plans and perhaps had the
responsibility of a car or a job.
Tenth graders enjoyed this
pressure free world, for they knew
that the 'tough junior year was just
around the corner.
Stralnlng the braln. Heath Putman squeezes bits of
knowledge from his memory for a test.
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Butler, leffWhite and Sam Brackett look at the more
knowledgeable AP student, LeAnne Davidson.
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Yu, Pres. Mike Rowan. Back row: Sec. Kim Stancil,
Treas. Barbara Ogle.
ln September. Travis Thompson gets an Are you sure l'm the one you're looking for?
start for the snowy winter season. Kenny Williams gives the photographer a question-
ing look as he takes a break from his math.
Working to expand their hori-
zons, the sophomore class officers
did more than what met the eyes
of the student body. They were
responsible for helping in most of
the school activities sponsored by
the Student Council, even though
they were not given class time to
do it. These officers were
President Mike Rowan, Vice-
President ju Yon Yu, Secretary Kim
Stancil and Treasurer Barbara
Ogle. They assisted the seniors,
juniors and freshmen in the "Plas-
ter the Pirates" project,
Homecoming activities and
various programs throughout the
Besides being involved in
Student Council, these busy
Raiders had other time-
consuming activities such as
sports and clubs. Mike Rowan
participated in 'cross country,
track, NFL and the Key Club. ju Yon
Yu was a junior Varsity cheerlea-
der, Treasurer of the Spanish and
Science Clubs and a Keyette. Kim
Stancil participated in the Spanish
club and Anchor Club. Barbara
Ogle was busy with Keyettes, the
French Club, debate and the girls'
soccer team. These students put
much time into these organiza-
tions as well as the Student Coun-
cil, and Andrews greatly apprecia-
ted their efforts.
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decorates the gym for homecoming.
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With the time for getting driver's
licenses fast approaching, many
sophomores spent a lot of time
thinking about what kind of car
they would like to drive when they
finally turned sixteen. A survey
given to sophomores asked the
question, "What is your dream
car?" Students jumped at the ch-
ance to let their imaginations run
wild. Many students hoped that
their parents would see this survey
and perhaps fulfill their wishes.
Below are the results of the survey.
Responses ranged from a Honda
Civic all the way to a BMW.
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ance at the photographer before ugrubbing out'.
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One time of the year that
sophomores looked forward to
most was the time to purchase
class rings. Students chose from a
large variety of styles for both boys
and girls. This overwhelming
selection confused many, but after
ordering their custom-made rings,
the students eagerly awaited their
arrival. After a seemingly endless
wait, the rings Hnally came, and
sophomores wore them with
pride because they now felt as if
they were a true part of the Red
Sophomores! I 13
Freshmen at Andrews took a big
step toward adulthood on August
25, 1986. Some entered the
school shy and scared, but others
came with confidence and held
their heads high. Within a week, all
the new Raiders felt right at home
in the Andrews atmosphere.
Ninth graders looked longingly
at the sophomores with driver's
licenses, the juniors wearing class
rings and the seniors leaving for
lunch. They were not too
depressed, however, since they
knew that in time their turns would
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and lennifer Hobson laugh as they do their work and
break Sophomore Martin KoIczynski's concentra-
Donna Bartenfeld fif FEE1 2 ,,,' 1, ' F
Brian Blackburn , it , - F
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starting over. Old habits could be
changed and new goals could be
reached. Four freshmen began
showing their leadership qualities
when the year had just begun.
David Smith, who assisted the Ex-
ecutive Board and also played
tennis, served as freshman class
president. Vice-President Lanie
Moore played volleyball for the
Raiders. Morhonda Page as
secretary of the freshman class
aided in Plaster the Pirates and
Hush Button Day. Treasurer Sam
Byers participated in SADD and
the ninth grade band. These four
students made the most of their
first year at Andrews by becoming
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Whether relaxing at home,
cruising in the car or working out
at the spa, a favorite pastime was
listening to the radio. Students
spent more time "jamming out"
with their stereos than they did
studying. lt was not a difficult task
to catch a tune. Even at the football
games, music was provided to
"rock the Raiders." Although many
students worked, most employers
were understanding of the needs
to make their employees work
harder. They realized music
helped pump up their adrenaline.
Along with the top five
votegetters, other fabulous tunes
included: "Stairway to Heaven,"
"Walking in the Rain" and "Next
Time l Fall in Love." Even though
"boxes" or walkmans were not
allowed at school, the Raiders
could be heard humming or whis-
tling their favorite songs.
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thought of all the work ahead of her. the camera after finishing her classwork
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As the 8:25 bell rang on the first
day of classes at Andrews, the new
freshmen anxiously entered their
new school. They were ready for a
big change from their life at middle
school. They no longer had AAg
they even got an hour for lunch
without teachers! Along with
these improvements came a grea-
ter variety of classes, and best of
all, more freedom. For most fresh-
men, the change was very scary,
but they quickly got into the swing
of things after learning their way
around Andrews. Many freshmen
felt inferior to the upperclassmen,
but soon learned to fit right in with
the Raider style.
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Hlgh Polnt School Superlntendents. Carlos Hicks,
Dr. C. Owen Phillips, Lillie jones, Dr. Warren G.
Andrews, Dr. Frank Giles.
High Polnt School Board. Front row: Marietta
Wright, Laurin Welborn, Dr. C. Owen Phillips. Back
row: lennie Herndon, Harding H, Edwards, R. Bruce
Laney, Roy Shipman, Colleen Hartsoe.
lf looks could kill. Something seems to have Office Staff. Sherry Crawford, Marion Barnes.
caught Mr. Thayer Tyson's eye.
Rulers of the school. Principals Mr. Emerson
Heatherly and Dr. Frank Walker are prepared to
handle any problem whether it be administrative or
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When students returned to
school this fall, they found a
change in the administration. Mr.
Emerson Heatherly replaced Mr.
Frank Penn in the area of adminis-
tration, and Mr. Thayer Tyson took
the place of Mr. Bill Dameron in
the area of discipline. Andrews'
students welcomed them to the
Red Raider territory, especially
since they both came from
Central. When Mr. Heatherly was
asked how he felt about changing
from Central to Andrews he
commented, "lt's like coming
Dr. Frank Walker also kept up his
hard work this year by going
around to each homeroom talking
about the proper way to speak
and what the students need to
know about history.
Andrews' administration in turn
received the top command from
Superintendant Dr. Owen Phillips
and the High Point Board of Edu-
cation concerning many decisions
like whether students would get
out of school for snow or what the
students may wear to school.
Mr. Emerson Heatherly
Mr. Thayer Tyson
Dr. Frank Walker
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Although many students might
not realize this fact, teachers are
people too. They have activities
that they enjoy after school hours
and on weekends. t
For instance, Mr. Ed 'Ray spends
his spare moments cruising along
at high altitudes while learning
how to fly a small plane. Mrs.
Amanda Gane is involved with Cub
Scout Pack 89 as its den leader.
One might find Ms. Libby Tate
braving the ski slopes during the
winter months. Coach Sandy
Dalton indulges his love of
antiques by collecting all the odds
and ends he can find. lt is obvious
after viewing the hobbies of
Andrews' own faculty that
teachers do have lives outside the
Industrial arts department. Front row: Mike Hunt,
Nathaniel Bolds. Back row: Fred Wright, Howard
Burch, Randy jackson.
Mathematical wizards. Front row: Susan Varner,
Amanda Crane, Winifred Cottam, Libby Tate, Liz
Kimbro. Back row: Peggy Watson, Don Monroe, Vic
Sanniota, Patti Fonner.
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sdc teachers. Barbara Oliver, Peter Cajigal. Business women. Marlene Chess, Ann Austin,
Anne loyner, Louise Stanley, Angelica McCormick.
Teachers of better home economics. Elizabeti
Fluke and Alice Spruill.
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Fitness fanatics anddangerous drivers. Front row: Parlez-vous francals?lHabIa espanol? Front rovn
Coach William Walker, Sue Shinn, Frances Wall, Don Arnold, Randee jones. Back row: Benici.
Brenda jo Thomas. Back row: Coach john Casazza, Hernandez, jaqueline Sykes.
Coach Craig Gill, Coach Robert Clemons.
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While most teachers spent
nights at home with family, a few
were out furthering their edu-
cations. Whether it was going back
to school as a teacher or a student,
much time was put forth.
Mrs. Amanda Gane attended
Wake Forest to complete a Mas-
ter's degree in Math Education.
Mrs. Flo Durvvay worked on her
doctorate in English and Education
at LINC-G. In the spring, Mrs.
jennifer Hair finished her Master's
degree in Cross-Categorical Spe-
cial Education at UNC-G. Mr. Lloyd
Bragoz taught a course called
Developmental Grammar at GTCC
two nights a week.
English Department. Front row: Peggy Burton, Hare, Flo Durway, Sandra Duez, Walter Burke
Corinne King, Randy Shaver, Carolyn Whitley, Teresa Fowler, Paula Walters.
Darnell Bullins. Back row: Lloyd Bragoz, jennifer
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Bookwonns. Librarians Carol Courts, Betty Davis
and aid Carmella Russell are always happy to help
students find just the right book.
Soclal Studles. Front row: Sherry Mewborn, Mary
Lane. Back row: Kerri Welch, Larry Smith, George
Henne, Lil Lovings.
1 281 Faculty
Students complain of long
hours and hard work, but the
school janitors have things much
worse. They come to school early
in the morning to open the school
and leave late in the afternoon
when their task of cleaning the
building is completed. janitors
occupy themselves by emptying
trashcans, sweeping the floors and
in general, keeping the school
spotless. They also ready Andrews
for special events such as gradu-
ation and live performances. Red
Raider janitors work very hard for a
very small amount of recognition,
but they deserve a lot of apprecia-
Having the most loyal fans around, athletes at
Andrews felt compelled to stand out in the field of
athletics while competing in the Tri-County 3A Con-
ference. The athletes and coaches of Andrews who
remained from last year were able to say they helped
Andrews win the "Triple Crown of Athletic
Achievement." Andrews won both the Tri-County and
the State Wachovia Cups which recognized overall
excellence in high school athletic programs, the En-
terprise Cup which went to the school with the best
overall athletic achievement in our conference and
the News and Record Cup which recognized the high
school in Guilford County with the best winning
percentage in all sports.
Sewing it up. Vicki Douglas aims the ball
perfectly to earn a point for the Raiders.
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Pressing a point. Tommy Moore sprints
for another Red Raider touchdown.
A show of excellence. The "Triple
Crown' speaks for itself.
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Trust me, l'lI hold it. William
Covington balances the foot-
ball as Mike Daleo kicks for the
extra point. -
Stri ing for
The I986-'87 girls'
soccer team proudly up-
held the Red Raider
name with a winning
record for the season.
The team won six games,
lost five games, and
ended one game in a tie.
Under the leadership of
returning coach Mrs.
Frances Wall, and with
the assistance of Mr. Phil
Valente, a High Point
College soccer player,
the girls emerged from
the conference with a
record of four wins and
five losses. Senior
Michele Hobson had an
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Charlotte Latin 4 O
N.W. Guilford O Z
Ragsdale 2 I
Grimsley I 2
S. Stokes 3 I
Central O 1
N.W. Guilford 0 Z
Ragsdale 5 O
Crrimsley O 3
S. Stokes 3 O
season scoring the most
goals for the Raiders,
while Phyllis O'Neil ten-
ded the goal effectively.
Also exhibiting their
defensive talents were
Angie Brown and Scott
Bray. The whole team
had a lot of respect for
each other, and wanted
to do the best they could
do. One junior said, "We
wanted the senior
players to leave Andrews
with memories of a
successful season in their
Mlghty Effort. Scott Bray grits her Look of detennlnadon. Kristin Lohr
teeth and uses all her strength to moves in to steal the ball away from
make a successful throw-in. her opponent.
I 986 Girls' Soccer Team. Front row:
Paige Hachet, Angie Brown, Leslie
Mintz, Phyllis O'NeiI, Michele Hob-
son, Tia Doar, Stephanie Oxford.
Second row: Virginia Cridderon,
Teresa Leneski, Kim Cave, Sarah
Yates, Cinnamon Hunter, Ashley
Shuler, Lisa Bolds, Rosa Buxton.
Back row: Nadine Wellington, Scott
Bray, Barbara Ogle, Coach Francis
Wall, Kristin Lohr, Cherie Currens.
The battle rages. Even when her Plotting a strategy. Cinnamon Hunter
opponent is close by, Scott Bray man- thinks quickly about what she plans to
ages to keep control of the situation. do with the ball.
Girls' Soccerfl 33
The I985-'86 Boys'
tanced the rest as they
sprinted to a Ist place
took top honors in every
meet in which they parti-
cipated. The Raiders
earned Ist place at the
Orange Relays, the
Grimsley Invitational and
the Dogwood Relays.
After capturing Znd
place at the Sectionals,
the team went on to se-
cure a 7th place finish at
the Regional meet.
Quite a few members
of the group won All-
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Central Davidson I34 7
Thomasville I I6 62
Orange Relays Ist 4-
Ragsdale I I7 Z4
Trinity 126 l7
Central 94 47
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Asheboro 98 43
I 34!Boys' Track
Steve Gray, Alex Scott,
Walt McLeod, junior
Robinson and jasper
Roberson. Alex Scott set
a new school record in
the Discus event, while
the relay team of Warren
Scott, junior Robinson,
jasper Roberson and
Tony Holland not only
broke the school record
for the 400-m relay
and became the 1986
The unforgettable sea-
son of the Boys' Track
Team filled Andrews
students with pride and
memories in the minds of
the boys themselves.
No time for daydreaming. Steve Gray
concentrates on his strategy for the
I986 Boys' Track Team. Front row:
Freddie Henderson, Tim Foster,
Brad Hedrick, Paul Lyddon, Keith
Elird, Ray Reynolds, Gerald Rober-
son, Mike Martin. Second row:
Deshune McCollough, Steve Gray,
Rick Grady, Greg jefferies, Alex
Scott, Bernard Mathies, Gary Luther,
Andy Santinello, Mike Rowan,
Sydney Harris, Ivor Buffong, Larry
Pratt. Third row: Brent David, junior
Powell, Dwight johnson, Warren
Scott, junior Robinson, jasper
Roberson, Tony Holland, Eugene
Shaw, Robert Steed, David Ray, Tom
Hodgin, Archie Beavers. Back row:
jahmal Pettiford, Ricky Wilson, Walt
McLeod, Adrinell Washington,
Tommy Moore, Toby Barber, john
Wagoner, Brian Ambuehl, Paul
Off and runnlng. Tony Holland
receives the baton from lasper Rober-
?"' ln a slngle bound! Gary Luther clears son while the opposing runner waits
the high jump bar with Msuper' ease, for his teammate.
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Richardson has a positive outlook as
he successfully completes his jump.
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Skip and lump
The 1986 Andrews
girls' track team looked
upon the sport as more
than child's play. The
girls, coached by Mrs.
Sue Shinn, recorded a
typically memorable sea-
son. Finishing lst in the
conference, the talented
group went on to take
second place at the Sec-
tional meet and captured
second place again at the
Certain individuals put
their very best foot for-
ward and excelled in
various events. San Harri-
son came in second in
the 200m dash at the
state meet. Shannon
Thomas, hailed as the
best in North Carolina in
the triple jump event,
went on to place first at
the Regional competi-
tion before injury
stopped her. Beth Rosa,
San Harrison, joyce
Lindsay and Tuani
Nicholson joined these
two girls on the All-
Soft landing, Shannon Thgmag A step ahead ofthe rest. Ann Lindsay
successfully clears the vault with the keeps her stride as well as her edge
ease of a winner. against the competition.
Readyl Setl Gol San Harris gets off to Checking out the competition. Tuani
a quick start as she begins the race.
Nicholson looks to see who she has to
compete against before the shuttle
I986 Glrls' Track Team. Front row: ler, Angie Childs. Back row: San Mclver, Shannon Thomas, Trevonda
Dawanna Caldwell, Takeia Smith, Harrison, Angela Thigpen, leanelle lackson, Renee Douglas.
Karen Dye, Kathy Dye, Chrystal Mil-
Girls' Tracldl 37
As a result of Coach
Bob Shuck's retirement,
many changes for the
varsity baseball team
came during the season.
Hugh Gordon, who was
no newcomer to baseball
and had already led a
team to the State
over and guided the
lt took some time for
the team to accustom
themselves to the new
kinds of strategy. There
was a great difference
between the coaching
styles of Coach Shuck
and Coach Gordon.
However, according to
Todd Burnett, "lt took
some time, but we even-
The team called on the
senior leadership of
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North Forsyth i 4
North Forsyth 4 I2
Central 8 l4
Ragsdale 9 I4
Asheboro 4 8
Central Davidson O IZ
Trinity 2 4
Central Z 9
Ragsdale 5 Z5
Asheboro 0 IO
Central Davidson 5 4
Trinity 1 1 IO
Can I make lt? Richie Greenlield in
Batter up! Tony Passmore keenly tently watches the pitcher as he
concentratesas he prepares to swing. prepares to steal another base.
Garry Burnett, Terry
Green and Tony
Passmore. They selected
Burnett as the Most Valu-
able Player and also gave
him the batting award.
The Golden Glove Award
for outstanding defense
went to Tony Passmore.
Smith and junior Darren
Steelman were the only
two pitchers on the ros-
ter during the season.
They knew that the year's
work would be tough,
but still put forth their
Despite only three
wins in fourteen games,
the team stuck together
throughout the season
and proved themselves
worthy of the Raider
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row: Richie Greenfield, Mickey Doyle Freeman, Scotty Smith,
Mabe, Mike Lewis, Darren Steel- Darrell lefferies, Tony Barr, Coach
Hugh Gordon, Todd Burnett, Darren
Nosal, Garry Burnett, Terry Green,
Tony Passmore, Doug Grizzell.
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takes the last stride to score for the Andrews baseball players take a
Raiders. ubreather' and discuss team strategy.
Varsity Baseball! 1 39
Despite a less than
perfect record, the girls'
softball team managed
to keep their spirits high
during the season. Under
the watchful eye of
Coach Sandy Dalton, the
Raiders completed their
season with a 6-8 record.
Anne McArthur and
Donnette johnson sha-
red the Most Valuable
Player Award, and senior
Tammy Lewis received
the Most Dedicated
Award. The outlook for
the softball team next
year was bright since
Coach Dalton had high
hopes for a more ex-
perienced team with
many returning players.
Despite several early
season losses against
Ragsdale I I 20
Asheboro 6 I9
Central Davidson 4 20
Trinity 9 I0
Ragsdale 2 Z4
Asheboro I6 l I
Central Davidson 1 7
Trinity 9 4
teams, the Andrews
junior Varsity baseball
team improved, winning
two of their last three
ballgames. The team's
leading hitters were
Brent Herndon, Dale
Proctor, Derek Spencer,
Adam Carr and Donald
The boys had strong
speed, with Tony Bow-
man and Neil Fisher
clearing the way. The
leading pitchers were
Derek Spencer, Michael
Brewington, and jamal
Wiley, who threw a three
hitter against Trinity in
the last ballgame of the
season. Adam Carr,
Donald Ramey and
Darren Welch sparked a
Leather 'n Lace. Laura Cadle laces a
Hitting It home. Deric Spencer shot to the outfield as she knocks the
swings perfectly at the ball in order to ball squarely over the pitcher':
make a run. mound.
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I986j.V. BasebaIITeam. Front row: Proctor, Gene Clark, johnny Burns. Ricky Kelley, Tom Bodenheimer,
jehmal Wiley, Tony Bowman, Neil Back row: Mike Brewington, Brent Coach George Henne-
Fisher, Ricky Gardner, Brent Futrell, Darren Welch, Donald
Herndon, jonathan Smith, Dale Ramey, Deric Spencer, Adam Carr,
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1986 Girls' Softball Team. Front
row: Ashley Griffin, Donette john-
son, Tammy Lewis, Stennetti
Stewart, Ann Marie Pennisi, Kelly
Driggers, Anne McArthur. Back row:
Tammy Mitchell, Shannon Lewin,
Laura Cadle, Sarah Hearne, Lisa
Brand, Stephanie lernigan, Sue
Sloop, Angie Knight, Ricki Ellerbee,
Girls' Softballfl 41
Danger: Ball in motion. Buck Step- Perfect form. leff Thrana exhibits his
henson readies his racket to return the winning swing during a golf match.
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Thomasville 7 Z
Carver 9 O
Trinity 8 I
Central Davidson 9 O
Central 7 Z
Ragsclale 9 O
Asheboro 8 I
Central Davidson 8 I
Trinity 7 2
Central 6 3
Ragsdale 7 2
Asheboro 8 l
1986 Boys' Tennis Team. Front Barnes, Roland Hanes. Back row: Davidson, Doug Blackman, David
row: Victor Orsini, Geoff Gibbs, Coach john Casazza, Marco Orsini, peffusy loo Hopper, Brent Hamng-
David Kearns, Bllly Currens, Buck Andy Butler, Richard Mason, Chris ton.
Stephenson, leff White, Brian McGee, limmy Tanner, Michael
Getting itjust right. Kyle Bellamy uses
1is skill to line up the ball for that
The 1986 golf team
"putted" their way to the
top with a successful
year. They had an
outstanding record of
12-1-1 in the regular
season and a record of 9-
1 in the conference. The
team was named Tri-
County 3A Champions.
Kyle Bellamy, jeff Thrana
and Klay Barrow won All-
Conference honors. Kyle
Bellamy qualifed for the
state match. Herb Goins
coached the successful
The perfect record of
the boys' tennis team
proved that they could
take on anyone, perhaps
1986 Boys' Golf Team. Front row: Gansman. Back row: Marc Bundy, Yarbourgh, Eric Davis.
Kevin Boone, jonathan Tuttle, Bill Marty Snider, Chris Ledbetter, Tadd
even the pros
themselves! The team
earned the title of Tri-
County 3A Champions
and received a 3rd place
ranking in the Regionals.
Buck Stephenson and
jimmy Tanner were the
doubles champs at the
Regionals and 3rd place
winners in the state
match. The entire team
contributed to the
success of the team. Billy
Currens was voted the
Most Dedicated player,
Buck Stephenson as the
Most Improved. The
Most Valuable Player on
the team was Senior
Asheboro 177 167
Central W 170 188
Central Davidson 158 195
Williams 325 325
Davie County 308 317
Asheboro 157 180
Ragsdale 158 162
Central 159 166
Trinity 171 182
Central Davidson 165 208
Ragsdale 159 160
Trinity 159 170
Tough and Torn
With faithful dedica-
tion to the Raider teams,
Ms. Peggy Watson atten-
ded every sports event
to take care of all the
pulled muscles, broken
bones and aches and
pains. Her able-bodied
student assistants were
Michelle Blevins and
Christy Metters. To-
gether, these three
females were invaluable
to all the athletes at
sports included playing
soccer for the High Point
Stars teams, shooting a
basketball on YMCA
teams, working out at the
spa, riding horses and
getting together to play
games informally at
nearby facilities. No mat-
ter where the action,
showed a lot of en-
thusiasm with their in-
volvement and spirit.
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The beginning of the
1986 Red Raider Foot-
ball season could be
described in one word-
surprise. After losing
most of the starting
players last year, many
fans felt that the season
could not compare to
last year. The Red Raiders
began the year with avic-
tory over Thomasville
with a score of 9-6. The
next week they played
their first home game
against Southern Alam-
ance. The team played
well, and it showed with
another Red Raider vic-
tory 35-18. The next two
weeks were not as good
with defeats coming
from both Grimsley and
The Three Musketeers. Coach Wally
Burke, coach john Cazazza and Coach
Craig Gill urge the varsity team on to
Ready to win. The Raiders run on to
the field with a confident feeling.
146 !Varsity Football
Page. Even so, the team
fought well against the
bigger 4A schools. The
ended at Homecoming
went on all night as the
Raider team won 42-O.
The team's strength
came from seniors Walt
McLeod, Darren Nosal
and jon Liberty playing
both offense and
defense. The captains
this year were David Wil-
son and Daryll jefferies.
The Raiders relied on
William Covington in the
quaterback position with
Adam Carr as his back-
A Is for awesome. The Raiders warrr
up in hopes to win the game.
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Covington, Roland Hanes, Adam Carr,
Wes Allred, Walt McLeod, Kenny
Dunlap, Scotty Ingram, Brian Sellers,
Mike Lewis, Keith Davis, loe Moore.
Second row: Greg leffries, Rodney
Holland, Mike Brewington, lemal
Wiley, Darren Nosal, Rodney Hines,
Brent David, Tommy Moore,
Wilson, jason Gill. Third row: Coach
Ericlefferies, Coach Herb Goins, David
Clary, jeff Gill, Mike Martin, Paul
Metters, Mike Gilchrest, Darrell
leffries, Paul Lydclon, Adam Lacks, lon
Liberty, lohnny Wyrick, Coach lohn
Casazza, Coach Dave Mizell. Back
row: Coach Ken Brown, Coach Wally
Burke, Pat Richard, lahmal Pettiford,
Kevin Gainey, Tony Stevens, Scott
White, Derek Spencer, Russell Kahn,
Brink Sirmons, Brandon Ridge, Bobby
Gilchrest, Archie Peguese, Coach
Robert Clemmons, Coach Craig Gill.
Varsity Football! I 47
Foot power. Mike Daleo avoids the Steamed. Brent David seems angry
blocker and scores a field goal. about the referee's call.
148 !Varsity Football
Dlrty deeds. Some things just have to Group effort. Raiders gang up tc
be done, for instance, beating Trinity. bring down the opponent.
Good catchl The Red Raiders receive
a pass to gain yardage at a Friday night
What does it take to
begin the fantastic Red
Raider Football Confer-
ence games? How about
a 24-0 shut out against
Central Davidson. Many
spirited fans willingly
traveled 30 miles to
cheer their team towards
victory over the undefea-
ted Spartans. Two weeks
later the Raiders defea-
ted arch rival Central by a
score 21-7. The game
once again gave the
bragging rights of High
Point to Andrews. The
following game found
Andrews facing the
Tigers of Ragsdale. lt
ended up being the only
defeat for the Red
Raiders, but after a Rags-
dale player was declared
inelligible, Andrews was
awarded with the win by
forfeit. The Raiders
finished regular season
play with an impressive
defeat over Trinity. The
team ended the season
ranked first in the confer-
ence with a record of 5
wins and no losses.
Playoffs found the
Raiders matched against
Bulldogs landed the
Raiders their last defeat
of the season. The game
ended a very memorable
season for the senior
Raiders, but the remain-
ing team members had
the thoughts that maybe
next year they would go
Varsity Football! I 49
Klckoff to a perfect season. The jV
team starts its lirst game with a great No pain, no gain. Paul Blevins helps
kick. john Smith limber up before a game,
Record 5-4- I
Thomasville 6 20
Southern Alamance I4 44
Grimsley Z0 0
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Southern Durham O I8
Central Davidson 27 O
Asheboro 34 O
Central 2 5 30
Ragsdale 3 3 6
Trinity 69 0
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l986 j.V. Football Team. Front row:
Dwayne johnson, Tim Leggett, Kenny
McLeod, Darryl Robinson, Parrish
Andrews, Kevin Logan, joe Proctor.
Second row: Coach Wally Burke, Tim
Foster, Todd C-osnell, Chris Clark,
Gerald Roberson, Robert Steed, Billy
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Brown, Tim Minor, Dale Proctor,
Coach Robert Clemmons, Coach Ken
Brown. Third row: Coach Craig Gill,
Coach Eric jefferies, Coach john
Casazza, Paul Pulaski, john Tillman,
Darius jones, john Smith, Danny john-
son, Paul Blevins, David Bray, Dustin
Adams, Ronald Patterson, Coach
Dave Mizell, Coach Herb Goins, Back
row: Donald Ramey, Gus Andrews,
Craig Gainey, Freddie Sturdivant,
jimmy Martin, Tony Smith, Chris Gray,
Brent Futrell, Heath Putman, Anthony
1 50!j.V. Football
Proving themselves to
be worthy of the Raider
name, the junior varsity
football team battled to a
very successful season.
The team began slowly
but finished strong after
many long hours of hard
practice. The new players
worked diligently to
learn techniques and
who played fullback and
helped the team's
success. Coach Herb
Goins was very proud of
the team and worked to
teach the players strate-
gies and leadership
qualities. The team had a
memorable year and left
a promising future for
teams to come.
Sophomore Chris Clark,
Afternoon stretches. Paul Pulaski Trying to connect. Freddie Sturdivant
warms up for the dreaded daily foot- punts the ball after the Raiderjv foot-
ball practice. ball team scores another touchdown.
l.V. Football! 1 5 I
Let's Go Big Red!! This
enthusiastic shout could
be heard Thursday and
Friday nights all across
Raider territory. The
their season in the
middle of july when they
attended practices two
weeks before school
started to prepare for the
upcoming football sea-
son. They led their fellow
students in spirited
cheers at the pep rallies
and performed skits to
"psych" up the players.
Lynda Harmon served as
head cheerleader on the
Varsity squad with Lisa
Bolds as co-head. For the
junior Varsity squad, ju
Yon Yu led the way as
head cheerleader with
Tikeshia Dickey as her
co-head. Candy Hiatt
supported the cheer-
leaders and the teams as
the Raider mascot.
Smlle If you love the Raldersl
Cheerleaders Shannon Watkins, Sus-
Follow the leader. Lynda Harmon anne Todd, Lynda Harmon,julie Pope
leads the varsity cheerleaders at an and Amy Keener show who's numbei
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concentrates on learning a new cheer. T j
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row: Paula jenkins, Gina Basey, Co- Trina Patterson, Heather Huff, Headju
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Shannon Watkins, Susanne Todd, Co- Foust, Head Lynda Harmon, Melaine
head Lisa Bolds, Lori Gibson, julie Hoover, Amy Keener.
Pope, Shannon Fox. Back row: Dana
Cheerleader splrlt. Melaine Hoover
shows her dedication by preparing
the stadium for Homecoming night.
The "A" Team
Under the leadership
of Coach Sandy Dalton
and Mr. Alan Dawson,
the Varsity boys' soccer
team advanced to the
semifinals of the state
playoffs. With a record of
I8-l-l, the Raiders
remained undefeated in
their conference, placing
lst. ln the state playoffs,
the soccer team made it
past Central and States-
ville. ln overtime, the
pepped-up Raiders lost
to Swansboro in the
semifinals. This year was
the first time that the
boys' soccer team has
advanced to the semifi-
Seven of the eleven
starters made all-
conference: Rick Cran-
Record I 8- l - l
Vance Academy 4 O
Central 2 O
Burlington Williams 4 O
West Forsyth 4 0
Thomasville 9 0
Ledforcl 5 0
Trinity 9 0
Central l l
S.W. Guilford 4 l
Ragsdale l O
West Forsyth 5 O
Thomasville I2 O
Ledford 6 O
Trinity 7 O
Central I O
S.W. Guilford 5 O
Ragsdale Z l
Statesville 2 O
Central l O
Swansboro 2 4
ford, lvor Buffong, Richie
Greenfield, Perry Kyle,
Mike Banesse, Anthony
DiFoggio and Mike
Daleo. ln the Tri-County
conference, Perry Kyle
was awarded Offensive
Player of the Year, while
received the Defensive
Player of the Year award.
At the awards banquet,
Mike Banesse won the
Most Valuable award,
while Chad Futrell was
honored with the
Although the Raiders lost
seven of their eleven
starters, they hope to
carry on the tradition of
an outstanding soccer
1986 Boys' Varsity Soccer team.
Front row: Roland Haynes, Henry
Hare, Robert Smith, Anthony
Difoggio, Chad Futrell, Mike Banesse,
Mike Quinto, lvor Buffong, Richie
Greenfield. Back row: Keith Efird, Mike
Daleo, Toby Taggert, Brandon Cook,
David Sherrill, Perry Kyle, Billy Koontz,
Rick Cranford, Chris Davis, lami
Grimstead, Shannon Shuskey, Robbi
l54!Boys' Varsity Soccer
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Despite a discourag-
ing record, the jayvee
soccer team kept their
spirits high and tried to
make the overall season
a success. Coach Sandy
Dalton had them practice
with the varsity team on
some days. These work-
outs gave them opportu-
nities to receive a little
Flying Hlgh. Perry Kyle leaps high into
the air to head the ball.
Go for It! Robbie Payne stuggles to
keep possession of the ball.
l56!Boys' Varsity Soccer
extra help from the more
experienced players. jeff
White and Carlos Brice
boldly led the team as its
captains. Next year,
many of the players are
hoping to make the
varsity team and carry on
the Raider soccer tradi-
Ralder teamwork. Mike Banesse and
Billy Koontz work together to capture Amazing footwork. Chris Davis uses
the ball from their opponent.fPhoto his super skills to keep the ball away
credit: H.P. Enterprisej from a defending player.
I986 l.V. Soccer Team. Front row: Dashnaw, Andy Santinello, Danny Crrizzel, jeff White, Carlos Brice, Kevin
Brian Barnes, Tony Bowman, Robbie Mann, Sam Spagnola. Back row: Boone, Bobby Chernault, Chris
Payne, Carlos Olan, Greg Shaw, Chris jonathan Tuttle, Brad Yoder, Brian lenkins, Phillip Smith.
Hudspeth, Willie Ratanophruks, Craig Daggett, Kenny Haggerty, Doug
Ragsdale 3 0
Ragsdale O I
Central 0 I
Glen I 0
Crrimsley O 4
West Forsyth I 3
Central O 4
Grimsley O 4
Boys' l.V. Soccerfl 57
Despite a less than
perfect season, the
varsity volleyball team
stuck together under the
coaching of Ms. Brenda
lo Thomas and made the
best of things. With an
overall record of Z-I4,
the team defeated Ashe-
boro in the first round of
conference play and
came close to defeating
Ragsdale, who finished
second in the confer-
ence. Shannon Thomas,
who played defense as
well as almost any posi-
tion on the court, led the
team with her efforts.
Angie Brown and Tonya
Alsbrook lent their valu-
Record Z- I 3
East Davidson I 2
Ragsdale O 3
lordan O Z
Central Davidson I 3
Central 3 I
Ledford I 2
Asheboro O 3
Trinity O 3
Ragsdale O 3
Central Davidson I 3
Central 2 3
Asheboro I 3
Trinity I 3
Asheboro 3 I
Ragsdale I 2
able talents to the team
On another court, Mrs.
Sue Shinn guided the
junior varsity volleyball
team to a winning sea-
son, finishing with an
overall record of IO-5.
Their efforts earned them
second place in the con-
ference. Lanie Moore
and Kim Brown were to
be commended for their
consistent exhibitions of
skill. Vickie Douglas and
Tammy Primus played
the net very well, while
Eljuawana Goss and
Denise Ingram did their
best on defense.
1986 Varsity Volleyball. Front row: Back row Coach Brenda Thomas Brand Sharon McCollum Amy
Coach Sue Shinn, Shannon Thomas, Takela Smith Stennetla Stewart Parnell Cinnamon Hunter
Angela Brown, Dawanna Caldwell. Tanya Alsbrooks Kim Crosnell Lisa
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Up In the alr. Lanie Moore successful-
ly serves the ball as 'Bird' Hughes
follows her moves.
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1986 l.V. Volleyball. Front row: row: Cheryl Robertson, Betina Alwanna Cross, Kiki Morrison,
Coach Sue Shinn, Vickie Douglas, Bullard, Lani Moore, jamie Horne, Rosalind Woods.
Kim Brown,DawannaCaldwell. Back Tammy Primus, Denise Ingram,
Hlt of Conhdence. Vickie Douglas
returns the volley as Kim Brown, jamie
Horne and Lanie Moore anxiously
await the return.
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Trinity 2 I
East Davidson I 2
East Davidson 2 I
Ragsdale 2 I
Central Davidson Z I
Central 2 I
Ledford 2 I
Asheboro 0 Z
Trinity I 2
Ragsdale Z 0
Central Davidson 2 O
East Davidson Z I
East Davidson I Z
Central Z 0
Asheboro I Z
Trinity O Z
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Foml of a champ. Karen lohn shows Ace? Kendle Boone watches to see if
her State Championship style. the ball will be good.
All the right moves. Cybele Martin Look at that swing. Ashley Shuler
stretches her backhand stoke to uses an excellent backhand shot on
'eturn the ball. her way to victory.
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Talk about spectacular!
The Andrews girls' tennis
team was just that as they
ended their season un-
defeated and captured
the state championship.
Under the guidance of
Coach Barbara Kinney
the team worked their
way straight to the top. ln
the 3A Conference Karen
john, Cacy Kinney, jenni-
fer Hedge, Kristin Lohr
and Ashley Shuler
remained undefeated in
the singles division. The
doubles team of Lohr
1986 Girls' Tennls Team. Front row: Karen john, Cherie Currens, Kristin
Cacy Kinney, jennifer Hedge, Ashley Lohr, Coach Barbara Kinney, Kendell
Shuler, Cybele Martin. Back row: Boone, jennifer Needham, Gina
and Shuler advanced to
the semifinals in both the
regional and state
and Hedge managed to
become the second best
doubles team in the
state, while Karen john
captured the state title in
the singles competition.
After ten years without
a state championship,
Andrews Red Raider fans
were ecstatic and prayed
that the tradition would
Thomasville 9 O
North Forsyth 8 I
Central Davidson 9 0
Ragsdale 9 0
Asheboro 7 2
Central 9 0
Trinity 9 O
Central Davidson 9 O
Ragsdale 9 0
Asheboro 9 0
Central 8 I
Trinity 9 0
State 3A Ist
Girls' Tennlsfl 61
That Extra ile
Although this year's
cross country team was
not entirely successful in
winning meets, statistics
did not give a true
assessment of the team's
ablilities. With an overall
record of 2-7 and a
conference record of Z-
3, the year was spent
rebuilding and gaining
Harris was the MostValu-
able Performerg Matt
Hodgin the Most
Improved runner. Rick
Grady and Tom Hodgin
won the Coach's Award.
Coach Carney looks for-
ward to a brighter season
next year with eight
Central Davidson l5 46
Central 73 25
Burlington Williams 73 30
Central 40 l 5
Central 64 Z2
Burlington Williams 64 39
Ragsdale Z5 32
Trinity Z8 27
Asheboro 45 I 7
The Andrews swim
team, coached by Mr.
Sandy Dalton and Ms.
Erin Leahy, was very
satisfied with its season.
Freshman Chris Comp-
ton broke school records
in the 50 and 100 frees-
tyle events and was
rumored to be the best in
the state in these events.
julie Coggins helped
lead the Andrews girls'
team to a historic first win
over Central. Gther
strong swimmers includ-
ed Charlie Clrimstead,
Brett Cramer, Brandon
Cook, Scott Bray, jennifer
Ziegler and Tracy Patter-
Racing for time. Sydney Harris, Tom Ready, set, swim! Chris Comptor
Hodgin and Mike Rowan practice for takes a last deep breath before start
a cross country meet. ing the backstroke event.
CRCSS COLI TRY
1986 Cross Country Team. Front Sydney Harris, Mike Rowan, Tim Hodgin, loe Hopper, Tim larrett,
row: Matt Hodgin, Rick Cirady, Barnes, Willie Hall. Back row: Tom Chris Hooven, Coach Steve Carney.
No pain, no gain. julie Coggins
shows that doing the butterfly is not
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l986 Swim Team. Front row:
Christy Gordon. Scott Bray, Travis
Thompson, Chuck Clrimstead, Laura
Cadle, jamie Grimstead, Brad Yoder,
Danny Nlann, Lara Hammer. Second
row: Gina Lewis, Debbie Zeigler,
Karen Hensley, jennifer Zeigler,
Ginny Parnell, Lynn Kak, julie
Coggins, Lisa Welborn. Back row:
Brandon Cook, jeff White, Brent
Herndon, Tony Stevens, Darren
Nosal, Chris Compton, Tracey
Patterson, Brett Cramer, Don Perry-
Welch added his exciting
new ideas and tech-
niques to the boys'
varsity basketball team.
Along with assistant
coaches Gary Peterson
and Stuart Peterson,
Coach Welch succeeded
in bringing out the best in
the players. Contributing
many extra efforts to the
team were jerry
gave the Raiders the spe-
cial present they wanted.
Terrence Richardson and
Maurice McRae shared
the Most Valuable Player
honors. Coach Welch
remarked that he felt
good about the overall
performances of the
team members and that
all their games had been
close. lt was this kind of
Benjamin, Darin Bell and
Placing second to
Burlington Williams in the
l64!Boys' Varsity Basketball
performance that led
Surrounded. lan Grove seems tc
ignore his opponents as he aims fo
them to the 1987 con-
victory over Ragsdale.
Fast break. Brian Easter looks towards Shoot for two! Sam Brackett demon-
the Andrews basket as he holds off a strates the perfect form for making a
Central defender. field goal.
lumpln' throw. William Covington Put It through the hoop. Terrence
uses a bit of gymnastics to pass the Richardson drives foralay-upto score
basketball. a point for the Raiders.
Smith 52 54
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Morehead 67 72
Smith 44 41
North Forsyth 57 54
Morehead 55 72
Eastern Alamance 66 65
Cummings 68 69
Glenn 5l 56
Central 62 65
Trinity 47 35
Asheboro 55 63
Central 60 66
Central Davidson 70 45
Trinity 67 49
Central Davidson 82 41
Ragsdale 72 70
I986 Varsity Boys Basketball Harold Gardner Back row Coach Maurice McRae, jerry Benjamin,
Front row Kenny Covington Peterson Brian Sellers Sam David Sherill, Brian Easter, Coach
William Covington Chris Ledbetter Brackett Terrence Richardson Kevin Welch.
Boys' Varsity Basketballfl 65
Go For the Gold
Under the leadership
of Coach Sue Shinn and
Thomas and Kim Gosnell,
the Lady Raider basket-
ball team emerged with
surprisingly good results.
Filled with intimidation at
the beginning of the sea-
son, the girls later
overcame this handicap
and found the talent to
be competitive. With
Shannon Thomas, Kim
Gosnell, Hope Rush and
Angie Brown as the only
four returning seniors,
the team proved that
they could handle any
opponent, even without
as many experienced
The Lady Raiders
ended their regular sea-
son with a record of 17-
3. Since they were the
season champions, the
girls were awarded a
berth in the sectional
tournament. They placed
second in the conference
tournament which was
held at Andrews.
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sets up a play for the Lady Raiders.
l66!Girls' Varsity Basketball
herself capable as she steals the ball
from her opponent.
Good game, girls. The Red Raider
We want a basket. Kim Gosnell looks girls team congratulates the Bulldogs
for help from a teammate close by, on a game well played.
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Team. Front row: Tammy Mitchell, Perdita Patrick, Michelle Little. Back Alsbrooks.
Takeia Smith, Cheryl McCollum. row: Angie Mclnnis, Kim Ciosnell.
Second row: Stephanie Camp, ShannonThomas, Coach Sue Shinn,
Smith 46 41
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Morehead 86 23
Smith 50 36
North Forsyth 33 39
Morehead 48 25
S.W. Guilford 50 36
Burlington Williams 50 52
Central 54 39
Trinity 45 46
Asheboro 54 30
Glenn 57 39
Central 61 48
Central Davidson 44 41
Trinity 45 43
Central Davidson 57 32
Ragsdale 47 34
Asheboro 65 5l
Clirls' Varsity Basketball! I 67
The Boys' and Girls' jV
basketball teams were
perhaps not as popular
as the varsity teams, but
their abilities and scores
were just as commen-
dable. The boys' team
was coached by Robert
captains were Kenny
McLeod and Darren
Welch. The team's strong
points were rebounding
and overall quickness.
Outstanding players who
proved to be assets were
Dwayne johnson, Robert
Steed, jeff Talley and
Ricky Kelly. Though six
players will move up to
the varsity team next
Smith 37 55
Morehead 65 57
Smith 45 57
Morehead 79 60
Glenn 59 65
Central 74 64
Trinity 75 36
Asheboro 80 7l
Central 70 55
Central Davidson 68 38
Ragsdale 69 65
season, there are still
plenty of players to make
next year's team a
The girls' team also
had a rewarding year, led
by Coach "Bird" Hughes.
Team captains were Amy
Parnell and Tammy
Primus, who were also
the team's best offense
players. The best on
defense were Vickie
Douglas and Denise ln-
gram. Although the team
had only seven
members, it was a well-
rounded group who
worked and communica-
ted well together.
Almln' high. Tonya Thompson con- Outside shot. Kareem Collins makes
centrates fully on making foul shot. a break through to score two points.
BOYS' IV BASKETBALL
I986 IV Boys' Basketball. Front row: McLeod, Ricky Gardner, Bryan Black- Coach Robert Clemmons, Billy
Kareem Collins, Adria Harris, Robbie burn, Floyd Spears. Back row: Ricky Graham, Derrick Hayes, Darren
Garrett, leff Talley. Second row: Kenny Kelly, Robert Steed, Dwayne johnson, Welch.
l68!Boys' jV Basketball
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1986 IV Glrls' Basketball Team. Coach Sandra Hughes, Vickie Franklin.
Front row: Lynette Streeter, Amy Douglas, Tammy Primus, Delane
Parnell, TonyaThompson, Back row: Welborn, Denise Ingram, Brenda
Smith 35 I9
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Smith 40 Z8
Glenn 59 Z5
Central 39 27
Trinity 38 41
Asheboro Z9 Z8
Central 41 31
Central Davidson 36 35
Trinity 16 35
Central Davidson 28 36
Ragsdale 32 34
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Ledford 63 8
Sanderson 53 14
West Forsyth 72 O
Crrimsley Tourn. lst
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Capital City Tourn. lst
Madison Mayoden 46 28
Eden Holiday Tourn. lst
East Randolph 58 I6
Bull Durham Tourn. lst
1 Sanderson 64 6
West Alamance 54 I2
Central 52 44
Smith 60 9
South Mecklenberg 47 I3
Northern Durham 47 I4
Cary I7 37
East Wake 69 O
Oxford Webb 73 0
l987 Varstly Wrestling. Front row: Craig Dashnaw, Sam Davis. Back Martin Carter.
Matt Hodgin, Sean Boyce, lames row:BrentDavid,Adrian Lacks,Chris
NlcLendon,loe Little, Bernard Terry, Sanders, Paul Metters, Willey Hall.
Makin' the moves. Chris Sanders Flyln' high. junior Varsity wrestler
prepares to pin a member of the Matt Hodgin prepares to slam his
Trinity Bulldogs. opponent on the mat for a pin.
The Raider wrestlers
upheld the tradition of
Taylor Peguese, Shawn
Briggs, Mark Hairston
and Tony Smith the
varsity team took first
place in state 3A wres-
tling this year. Bernard
Terry, Edward jackson,
Chris Sanders, Sean
Boyce and joe Little
dominated on the mat.
Wally Burke coached
both the varsity and jV
teams and helped the
guys keep up the
stamina expected of Rai-
der wrestlers. During the
last weekend in February,
the wrestlers traveled to
Chapel Hill and claimed
the State 3A title.
Bernard Terry was
named Most Valuable
wrestler and other
winners were Ed jackson,
Mallory Quick and Brent
David. Sean Boyce pla-
ced third and joe Little
and Chris Sanders
finished fourth. The
wrestlers made many
sacrifices in order to
succeed at their sport,
including eating the right
foods and keeping within
a certain weight range.
The boys make up for all
the inconveniences by
piling up wins year after
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I986 IV Wrestling. Front row: Chapman. Second row:Christopher
Tyrone johnson, Antoine Walton. Clark, Paul Blevins, Danny johnson.
Crreg Bell, Craig Dashnaw, William Tony Smith. Steve Kanoy. Back row:
Shawn Briggs. Taylor Peguese.
Coach Wally Burke.
Ledford 87 Z2 I
Reynolds 54 24
Madison Mayoden 60 I7
East Randolph 70 6
Reynolds 53 I4
Central 42 27
South Mecklenberg 60 I8
Northern Durham 36 32
Central 47 Z9
Ragsdale 69 6
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Once schoolwork was done, students at Andrews
focused their attention on the clubs they were
yy ut ilk involved in. The officers and members of the clubs
ie ll f found that staying at school past 3:15 was common.
f.f.jsQg1.f Attending the meetings was only a small part of being
active, and many involved themselves in events in the
community as well as at school.
The overabundance of candy this year came as a
ff. iyt result of almost every club selling the item. Clubs used
candy profits for their inductions and as donations to
needy causes. Whether students were selling candy,
collecting cans of food, wrapping Christmas presents
or participating in Homecoming activities, they had
fun just as true Raiders do.
Taking it all ln. Minnett McCormick
concentrates on what is being said during
an ICC meeting.
Golf anyone? Members of VICA club wait
for customers at their Homecoming
Key to the Future. Marco Orsini, a fall
NHS inductee, takes time to sign another
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Even though the jocks were too busy
to take up cheerleading they found
time to show their school spirit.
The sign of toughness for the "Bad
Boys" was a pair of dark shades.
Sometimes the Raiders and
Raiderettes could not be distingu-
ished because of the length of the ,
guys' hair. .r
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detected by the "A" branded on hi:
g X clothing.
Almost every male Raider tried to Ht , ff f k
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walked around with a built in air condi
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past year, so all the guys headed out
to purchase a pair of "Dingos."
I 74!Offical Raider
The Gfficial Raider!
ewlery was a fashion that has never
gone 'out of style.'
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Over-sized class rings allowed the
girls to show off who they were dat-
The stirrup pants helped the lady
Raiders to show off their figures.
Colored socks added that final touch
when coordinating an outfit.
Offical Raider!! 75
The luniorettes, with advisers
Ms. Libby Tate and Mrs. Winifred
Cottam, enjoyed a year filled with
service projects. For Homecom-
ing, members spent hours making
spirit signs and arrived early Friday
morning to decorate the school.
They also created a booth for the
Homecoming Carnival. A covered
dish Thanksgiving banquet was
held for members and their
parents with entertainment by
Monica Ledbetter. During Chris-
tmas, the members wrapped
presents for the American Cancer
Society and also had a party to
give presents to their secret
sisters. ln the spring, they had a Ea-
ster egg hunt for the children in
the Headstart Program.
Throughout the year, luniorettes
had a good time while serving
their community as well.
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wears her '86 luniorette sweatshirt.
Is thls o.k.? A group of luniorettes discuss the
Let's go Raiders! Angie Leary cheerfully paints signs placement ofsigns while decorating for Homecom-
in preparation for Homecoming, ing.
lunlorettes. Sec. lennifer Davis, Vice-Pres. Connie King,
Pres. Sarah Yates, Treas. Candy Hiatt. Second row: Leslie
Statton, Lynda Harmon, Karen lohn, Cybele Martin, Betsy
York, Kristin Lohr. Shannon Watkins, Kelly Sanniota, Tia
Doar, Kate Duncan, Kristi Patterson. Third row: Susan
Hammett, lulie lanssen, Laura Cashatt, Leslie Cashatt,
Kristin White, Ashley Griffin, Shannon Lewin. Paula lester,
Susan Smith, Yvonne Lorber. Fourth row: Christy Schul-
theiss, Melinda Dennis. Lori Gibson, lulie Pope, Shannon
Fox, Michelle Robbins, Sherri Schroeder, Andrea Dea-
Delane Welborn, Nikki Eldreth, lulie Coggins, Suzann
Suggs, Christy Gordon. Fifth row: Melissa Wright, lennifc
Hedge. Stacey Franklin, Lisa Bolds, Angie Leary, loc
Combs, Kim Cave, Donna Hudgins, Lori Hedgecocl
Gretchen jones, Meredith Howard, Back row: Kara Whitn
Kelly More, Amy Ozment, Beth Gordon. Laura Cecil, Ginn
Parnell, Laura Cadle. Amber Holbrook, Belinda Key.
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Iuniorettes are boosting the school spirit at
A breath of fresh alr. At a lakeside luniorettes
meeting, Sarah Yates takes the roll.
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at other guys as they get muddy.
Group discussion. Steve Sexton, Chris Bray and
Henry Hare talk about plans for the upcoming Key
Under the leadership of its
adviser Mr. Monroe, the Key Club
had yet another successful and
amusing year. The club kicked the
year off with a third-place finish
with their Homecoming booth, a
mud wrestling contest, a unique
idea dreamed up by the members.
Every Friday, two members of the
club met with the sponsors in the
Kiwanis club for a luncheon. The
club members also participated in
taking donations for Multiple
Sclerosis. With the help of the
officers: Henry Hare, President,
Chris Bray, Secretary, Greg
Carmichael, Treasurer and Rick
Grady, Sergeant at Arms, the club
proved itself a real success.
Key Club. Vice-Pres. Steve Sexton, Sec. Chris Bray,
Treas. Greg Carmichael, Pres. Henry Hare, Sgt. of
Arms Rick Grady. Second row: Darin Bell, Brian Yau-
des, Kevin Odenwelder, Brent Harrington, jeff
White, Robert Smith, Billy Nixon, Adam Carr, Chris
Blackman, Brent Walser, Darren Nosal, Perry Kyle,
Klay Barrow. Third row: Anthony Hall, Brent
Herndon, Mike Daleo, Tony Stevens, Anthony
Difoggio, joe Little, Terry Meinecke, Mike Banesse,
Roland Hanes, Doug Hudson, Don Perryman,
Russell Kahn, David Sherill, Chris Davis, Ron
Meinecke. Back row: jordie Lester, Rick Cranford,
Marc Butler, Chris jenkins, Billy Koontz, Greg
Warren, Moose Miller, David Howard, Carlos Brice,
Andy Santinello, Mike Rowan, Corey Moser.
Key Club!! 79
Pass It on.1ennifer Davis proudly accepts the honor
of being inducted into NHS from Anne McArthur.
National Honor Society was
synonymous with leadership,
scholarship, service and character.
Last spring fifteen juniors with
these attributes were inducted
into the society. Later that spring,
the club held a car wash to raise
extra funds. When the teachers
arrived back at school this fall, the
club greeted them with awelcom-
ing reception. The members offe-
red to help the teachers in any way
possible, and the teachers readily
took them up on their offers. Later
on in the fall, the senior inductions
brought in fourteen more
students. Once again, the annual
Christmas canned food drive was
a success. ln all its activities, the
club demonstrated leadership,
service, scholarship and character.
l8O!National Honor Society
NHS Old Members. Front row: Secflreas. Paulales- Martin, Candy Hiatt, Susan Chernault, Third row:
ter, Pres. Todd Burnett, Vice-Pres. Andy Butler. lenniferDavis,Tia Doar, Paul Lyddon,SiYonYu. Back
Second row: Betsy York, LeAnne Davidson, Cybele row: Doug Blackman, Chad Futrell, Chris Blackman.
Light my fire. Zack Cecil passes the flame to new
NHS inductee Betsy York.
The honor's all thelrs. Ladies and gentlemen, we
Boy that looks goodl Cybele Martin seems en would like to present the new and old members of
thralled by what she is getting ready to eat NHS.
NHS New Members. Front row: jeanette Clutter,
Susan Smith, Connie King, Kelly Sanniota, Linda
Venable, Lisa Shusky. Back row: Billy Currens, Brian
Mauldin, Terry Meinecke, Henry Hare, Marco Orsini,
Eric Medlin, Mike Banesse, Laura Saunders.
What's so funny? LeAnne Davidson seems to End
some humor in the NHS reception,
National Honor Society! I 81
Active was the word that best
described the Keyettes. With a
membership of over ninety girls,
they made sure no one was
without a job. For Homecoming,
they made a Bob for Apples booth
which won a second place in the
contest sponsored by the Student
Council. The Keyettes decorated
the school with posters, streamers
and balloons for the big football
game between Andrews and
Central. During the Christmas sea-
son, the Keyettes contributed their
time and efforts to worthy causes
by ringing bells for the Salvation
Army and wrapping presents for
the Cancer Society. Two girls also
went to the Kiwanis luncheon
every Friday. Under the guidance
of Ms. Patty Fonner and Mrs. Ann
Austin, the Keyette Club had one
of its most prosperous years ever.
Keyettes. Front row: Sec. jill McManus, Vice-Pres. Si Yon Yu, Pres.
Susan Chemault, Treas, Anna Stinson, Sgt, ofArms jeanna McManus.
Second row: jennifer Phillips, Rachel Lyddon, Katie Turner, Kim Cox,
Katie Turner, Betsy Menegakis, jeanette Clutter, Melissa McGee,
Marni Lessa, LeAnne Davidson, Amy Shelton, Robin Hughes, Kelly
Bameycastle, jennifer Weber, Amy johnson, Lisa Shuskey, Veronica
Fordyce, ju Yon Yu. Third row: Sonja Post, Stephanie Oxford, Andrea
Beck, Amy Keener, Sheila Thorton, Caroline Brown, Debbie Smith,
Ashley McDonald, jennifer Rich, Heidi Simmons, jennifer Hobson,
Heather Hough, Allison Hundley, Shina Kang, Paige Hachet, Lara
Hammer, Emily Spivey, Chrissy Rich, Kim Smith. Fourth row: Audrey
Thomas, Wanda Simpson, Pam Gibson, Titha Bates, Arlisa Carey,
Shelley Smith, Angie Burleson, Susan Schneider, Karen Quinto,
Ashley Shuler, Tracey Dalton, Cherie Currens, jennifer Needham,
Cacy Kinney, Toni Nesbitt, Tracie McClain, Tammie Nesbitt, Amy
Roddy. Back row: Naquita Brewington, Deidra Kirkpatrick, Tony
Davis, Cinnamon Hunter, Doris lssaac, Barbara Ogle, jamie Hender-
son, Tracey Patterson, Lorena Libertore, Gina Lewis, Kendle Boone,
Tarci Kimsey, Dana Wimmer.
Senlorsl jeanna McManus, Susan Chernault and Si
Yon Yu pose in front of the senior poster while
decorating for the Andrews-Central gamej
It looks good here. Lisa Shuskey tells Veronica
Fordyce where to tape her streamers.
Hold your breath. Michael Martin tries to bite an
apple at the Keyette booth during Homecoming
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The Beta Club and SADD
involved many students at
Andrews. The Beta Club
recognized the juniors with a 3.5
cummulative average and the
seniors with a 3.3 cummulative
average. At its December induc-
tion, old members treated the new
members to a reception after-
wards. ln March, the Beta Club
attended the State Beta Club
convention, which was held in
The SADD chapter busied itself
by placing posters around the
school, reminding students not to
drink and drive. The members also
watched films that encouraged
them to become aware of the
dangers of drinking while driving.
Parties took place during the year
to celebrate various holidays, and
many members proudly displayed
their motto on their club T-shirts.
T apped In a SADD sltuatlon Billy Nixon
volunteers himself for the club s dunkin booth dur
ing the Homecoming carnival.
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Nixon, Publicity Chairman Ashley Cirifhn, Treas. Amy Roddy.
S d row: A g B rleson, lulie Coigins, Andre D I
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The Student Council made itself
one of the most important organi-
zations in the school. They
sponsored the Homecoming
Carnival and the Mistletoe Magic
Christmas Dance. Class competi-
tions for worthy causes were
popular successes. The Student
Council produced a talent show in
the spring in which the students
participated. Spirit Weeks, Boys'
Homecoming and peppy posters
around the school boosted spirits
and students' morale.
The Council attended leader-
ship workshops over the summer
and during the school year in
order to learn ways to motivate
students and be responsible
Under the supervision of Mr.
George Henne, the Student Coun-
cil fluorished and accomplished
what they set out to do, which was
to serve the student body in every
A man wlth a mlsslon. Student Body Vice-
President Todd Burnett looks intent on carrying out
his Student Council responsibilities.
Executive Board. Front row: Susan Chernault, Tia
Doar, Todd Burnett, Si Yon Yu. Second row: Kristin
White, Kristi Patterson, Marty Snider, Mike Banesse,
Advisor George Henee. Back row: Lori Gibson,
Cinnamon Hunter, Cherie Currens, Susan Schnei-
Executive Board! l 87
Indulge a lltde. Karen john and Ashley Shuler enjoy Afternoon Delight. History Club students enjoy a
refreshments at a History Club meeting. pleasant afternoon as they eat snacks.
Should I join? Some Andrews comptemplate as to
whether to join the History Club.
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Kristin Lohr, Treas. Mike Quinto, Sec. Cybele Martin.
Second row: jill McManus, Stephanie Oxford, Paula jester,
Connie King, Yvonne Lorber, Lisa Shuskey, Susan
Chernault, Betsy York, LeAnne Davidson, Shannon
Watkins, Lori Gibson, Paul Metters, Paul Lyddon, Susan
Smith, Kate Duncan, Don Perryman. Third row: Leslie
Statton, jennifer Davis, Kristin White, Kristi Patterson,
Wanda Simpson, Sherri Schroeder, Laura Saunders, Bret
Cramer, Si Yon Yu, Amy Roddy, Tracy Patterson, Bren
Walser, Susan Schneider, Shannon Rich, Marni Lessa, Anr
Brown. Back row: Doug Blackman, Mario Washington
Matt Leonard, Wendy Clark, Alice Hardison, jennifer Poole
Karen john, jennifer Hedge, Ashley Shuler, Sarah Yates
Billy Nixon, Paul Lyddon, Gina Lewis, Cherie Currens
Veronica Fordyce, Della Wimmer.
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You deserve a break. Mrs. Mary Lane participates
in the activities at the History Club party.
What exactly is the History
Club? Many students thought that
all it consisted of was an 8th
period history class. This assump-
tion proved to be wrong under the
advisers, Mary Lane and Larry
Smith, the club was able to bring
fun into learning. The club gave
two breakfasts for the teachersg
one to thank them for putting up
with Homecoming hassles and
the other was to celebrate Than-
ksgiving. Along with field trips, the
club also had parties throughout
the year. The club gave money to
Urban Ministries and also awarded
an outstanding senior with a
scholarship. With help from
President Kristin Lohr, Vice-
President Kelly Sanniota, Secretary
Cybele Martin and Treasurer Mike
Quinto, the members of the club
had a successful year.
A mixture of food and history. Kate Duncan and
Susan Smith gossip a little before the History Club
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Two very talented groups of
people at Andrews were the
chorus and the orchestra. Mrs.
Edith Mauney led the chorus,
while Mrs. Vanessa Howerton
directed the orchestra. They were
very busy throughout the year
practicing for various perfor-
mances, including several for the
school. At Christmas, both groups
participated in a special concert
for the students. The chorus also
sang at Westchester Mall before
Christmas to entertain shoppers.
The orchestra performed at the
Beta Club inductions. The end of
the year brought preparation for
All City Chorus and All City
Orchestra where the groups
gathered to perform with other
schools in the community. The
chorus and orchestra often went
unnoticed and unappreciated, but
they deserved a "thank-you" for all
their hard work.
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leads the chorus.
Chorus. Front row: Chrisw Duck, Tammy Miles, Misty Brown, Kelli
Blake, Bobby Gilchrist, illiam Chatman, Chris Campbell, Tracy
Alston, Anita Hill, Kathy Dye, Tawanna Garland. Second row: Renee
Rice, Amber Booker, Christy O'Dell, Delphenna Epps, Africa Greene,
Stacey Franklin, lohn Brooks, Bert Roberts, Chris Wilson, Nina Harper,
Cassandra Payne, , Tera Simon. Third row: Tracie King, Stephanie
Miller, Stacie Oglesby, Tammy Coleman, Cedric Walton, Scot
Ingram, Billy Mc all, Garcia Burrell, Donna Bartenfelcl, julisa Killiar
Alwanna Cross. Back row: Suanne Rice, Kelly Smith, Wendy Rogerf
Michelle Williams, Rodney Ingram, Bill Clutter, johnny Quick, Tanish
Coleman, lamie Horne, Angie Brown, Yolanda Townsend, Eurika Gl
please. Scottie Ingram keeps his Making beautiful music. Mrs. Vanessa Howerton
up front while Amber Bookeris distratced conducts the Andrews Orchestra in its morning
Front rowzlamie Snow, Marci Piner, Amy Sean Graham, Marc Thomasson, Tabitha Ewings,
Andrew Brown. Second row: April Brimer, Tilia jones, Tony Smith.
Page, Phil Graham, Twan Smith. Third row:
Practice makes perfect. Marci Piner brings out the
bass notes to support the harmony of the orchestra.
The TWA Band started out in a
different way this summer. Each
member attended band camp
during the first two weeks of
August. Band members could not
be found Monday through Friday
from nine to three. Members gave
much hard work and dedication
even before school began to make
Andrews' band the best around.
Under the leadership of Mr.
john Burns, the band's style
became more organized and
militant. The band had excellent
talent this year being led by drum
majors Arlisa Carey and Heidi
Simmons and drum captain jerry
Benjamin. The band could always
be found at all home games help-
ing the crowd by cheering and by
energizing the football with their
M-I-C-K-E.-Y M-O-U-S-E. Last year the Andrews
band received the privilege of playing at Disney
Director and Drum Majors. Heidi Simmons, john
Burns, Arlisa Carey.
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prove their musical abilities on their clarinets.
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Trumpets. Front row: Nathan Gidderon, Debbie joe Hopper. Back row: Tim Tilley, johnny Burns,
Smith, Andy Santaniello, David Kearns, Brad Yoder. David Mickey, Chad Futrell.
Second row: Lisa Welborn, Tim jarrett, Philip Wylie,
lutes. Front row: Caroline Brown, Robin Hughes, row: Pat johnson, jennifer Weber, Paige Hatchet,
endy Bradbrook, Cythia Grayson, Alicia Smith, Shelia Thornton, Shanika Dumas, Tara Curtain,
udrey Thomas, Andrea Beck, Anita Franklin. Back Evelyn Dixon.
One, two...one, two, three. Mr. john Burns directs
the band with a look of concentration.
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beat of the drums.
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It goes like this. Mr. john Burns points out a difticult
rhythm for his band students.
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Beat of the new drummers. Freshmen Robbie
Garrett, Doug Harris and Dan Smith practice their
routine for a band performance.
Clarlnets. Front row: Lawana Caldwell, Tenisha Gould.
Linda Venable, Lisa Shuskey, Kelly Barneycastle, Laura
Cadle, Emily Spivey, Tara Lax, Samantha Dutton, Kim
jenkins. Second row: Amy johnson, Veronica Fordice,
Maria Hill, Missy Ferguson, Stephanie jurnigan, Gretchen
jones. Back row: Susan Chernault, Stephanie Camp, Tonya
Alsbrook, Tonya Davis, Allison Hundley, Lara Hammer,
Angela Thigpen, Rhonda McCluney, Rachel Cotton.
Angela Lane, Amy Billingsley, Sarah Hearne, Amy Shelton,
Saxaphones and Homs. Front row: Kristi Albea, ward. Laura Saunders, Crissy Rich. Randy Fowler.
Shawn Moon, jeanna McManus, julie Wagoner, jill Vickie Douglas. Back row: Carolyn Wagoner, Harold
Denny, Eloise Keenan. Second row: Roxanne Hof Gardner, Eric Medlin, Ricky Gardner.
Percussion. Front row: David Alexander, jerry Harris, Steve Simms, Wendy Clark, Edward jackson.
Benjamin. Second FOWI Tim BFOOKS- Geoff CIHPPY Back row: Robbi Garrett, Dan Smith, Tony Barr.
Travis Thompson, Karen jackson. Third row: Doug
Raiderettes. Front row: San Harris, Sharon Wardlaw. Back row: Tammy johnson, Stacy
'VlcCulloh, Michelle Crawford, Tammy Miles. Oglesby, Yolanda Townsend.
Second row: Doris Isaac, Karla Hays, jessica
'rombones and Tubas. Front row: Frank Thornton, Blackman, Matt Leonard, johnny Batten. Back row:
Lobert Steed, Kirsi Lukkari, Willie Hall, Erik Davidson. Tom Bodenhimer, David Anderson, Young Chong,
recond row: Eric Davis, Chris Blackman, Doug Kate Bearce.
Heartbeat. Drum captain, jerry Benjamin, leads the
band into the stadium before a football game.
During the Thanksgiving holi-
day, the band marched in the High
Point parade and led the festivi-
ties. The talented Raiderettes
performed routines along with the
band and made an outstanding
visual supplement for the Friday
night crowds to enjoy. The concert
band traveled to a contest in
March and proved that the
Andrews band was a diverse blend
of talented musicians.
Wlll this work? Ricky Branch does a little ex-
perimenting with his electronics proiect.
I lust don't understand. Mr. Fred Wright explains to
Steve Sexton how it worlc.
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ICT. Front row: Reporter Steve Sexton, Pres. Brady
Snow, Treas. Cathy Williams. Back row: Greg Arrin-
gton, Don Perryman, Randy Brice, Denny Whitman
Carpentry. Front row: Sec. Wayne Perdue, Pres.
Walt McLeod, Vice-Pres. Maurice McRae, Trees.
Paul Davis, Michelle Biddy. Second row: Greg Arrin-
gton, Cedric Walton, Mallory Quick, Kenny Dunlap,
Coleen Ellis. Third row: Aaron Cureton, Albert Bree-
den, jimmy johnson, Scott Bentley, Kevin Mishoe.
Back row: Donnie Phillips, Earnest Dunlap, Howard
Walker, Kris Parsley, Christal james, Adviser Nat
Electronics. Front row: Trew. jonathan Tuttle, Sec. Paus, Ricky Branch. Back row: Steve Sexton, Kevin
Doyle Freeman, Pres. Tammy Cochran, Vice-Pres. Mclntyre.
David Anderson. Second row: Don Perryman, Sean
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The Vocational and lndustrial
Clubs of America provided a way
for students to broaden their hori-
zons and learn new skills. The four
sections of VICA at Andrews were
Carpentry, Auto Mechanics, El-
ectronics and Industrial Cooperat-
ive Training. All four of these
courses gave students opportuni-
ties for "hands-on" experiences.
Students who took the ICT
course left school for on-the-job
training and worked about twenty
hours a week. District, state, and
national competitions recognized
outstanding students in all of the
vocational and industrial areas.
Thls goes here. David Anderson and Tammy
Cochran try to figure out what the problem is.
You drove the nail In wrong. Mr. Nat Bolds, the
shop teacher, shows his students how to do the
The Science and DECA Clubs
spent the year taking trips. The Sci-
ence Club went on a field trip to
the Morehead Planitarium in
Chapel Hill to learn about the
various planets and constellations.
Later in the year, the club went to
the Outer Banks to see the exotic
fish and study the ocean. The Sci-
ence Club learned many things
while having fun, too.
The DECA Club attended several
conventions that included
students from around the state.
During the conventions they
learned basic skills for selling and
interviewing. At one of their
conventions in Greensboro, they
elected State officers and planned
the upcoming year. The club also
went to two more conventions
where they learned better skills for
selling and going to interviews.
Good lob. DECA Adviser Marion Erath smiles in
approval at one of her ambitious students.
DECA. Front row: Chaplain Christy Gordon, Pres,
Karen Taylor, Parliamentarian Kim Ciosnell. Second
row: Rhonda McCluney, Shelley Smith, Sandra
Coltrane, Tim McCall, Mark Bruton, Karen Briggs,
Tracey Winters, Pam Auman. Third row: Greg
Warren, Doug Hudson, Martin Carter, Kelly More,
Michelle Morris, Amy Ozment, Trevonda jackson,
Tionne Dunn. Fourth row: Scott Hucks, Tracey
McCoy, Renee Douglass, Andrea Deal, Buck
Stephenson, Darren Steelman, joe Hopper, Beverly
Parker, Tara Curtain, Kathy Dye. Fifth row: Rick
Compton, Steve Linthicum, Chris Hudspeth, Mike
Davis, Duskin Lassiter, Kim Brown, Tunita Nicholson.
Back row: Adviser Marion Erath, Demetri Adams.
In charge. Si Yon Yu, Todd Burnett and Andy Butler
Looks good to me. Demitri Adams looks on as are perfectly capable of conducting one of their
Karen Taylor inhales food at a DECA function.
many Science Club meetings.
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Sdence Club. Front row: Pres. Todd Burnett, Vice- Pres. Si Yon Yu, Sec.
Andy Butler, Treas. lu Yon Yu. Second row: Robin Hughes, Christina
Rich, Richard Mason, lennifer Rich, Heidi Simmons, Kristi Patterson,
Yvonne Lorber, Tia Doar, Chad Futrell, Paul Lyddon, Lisa Shuskey,
Laura Saunders, Linda Venable, Sean Paus, Brad Yoder, Darren Welch,
jeffrey White. Third row: Angelia Thigpen, Amy Shelton, Kelly Barne-
castle, Anna Stinson, Wanda Simpson, Doug Blackman, Eric Medlin.
Marco Orsini. Mike Banesse, Kristin Lohr, Cherie Currens, Ashley
Shuler. leanette Clutter, Scott White, Cacy Kinney, Karen john, Philip
Wylie. Fourth row: Marty Snider, shina Kang, Mark Saunders, Brett
Cramer, Victor Orsini, Matt Leonard, Brian Yaudes, leffWhite, Roland
Hanes, Chris Harcum, Cinnamon Hunter, lohnny Burns, Paul Metters.
Tom Bodenheimer, Geoff Gibbs, David Kearns, Mark Boyles. Fifth row:
Thomas Rafalski, Ryan McDaris, Gregory Wilson, Teresa Townsend,
Brenda Franklin, Garcia Burrell, lulisa Killian, Mario Washington. Dorice
lsaic, Sam Brackett, Eric Butler. Ricky Gardner, Young Chung, Brent
Futrell, Andrew Brown. Back row: Brian Blackburn, Danny Mann, Brian
Barnes, Tonya Austin, Marni Lessa, Susan Chernault, Sofia lohnston,
Angela Childes, Bill Gansman.
Whafs next? Si Yon Ye looks over vital Science Club
business in order to be the best vice-president she
While walking down the halls of
Andrews, one heard a variety of
definitions of the NFL. lt was not a
football league. NFL is the inter-
scholastic competitive speech
and debate. Pages and pages of
speeches came from the varsity
debate team of Terry Meinecke
and Brian Lane. The team traveled
to Boston, New York, Cincinnati,
Nashville and even to Atlanta.
Known for its excellence, the
league performed under the
leadership of adviser, Mr. Randy
With leaders such as President
Andy Butler, Vice-president Chad
Futrell and adviser Mr. Lloyd
Bragoz, the junior jaycees had
another successful year. The
members of the club worked as
volunteers at the Environmental
Center and with the Recreation
Department at their annual haunt-
ed house. ln the spring, they
delivered phone books for the
High Point laycees. On March lst,
the members helped with the
annual Blood Drive. Even though
the club was small, the work done
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Pres. Andy Butler, Treas. Paul Lyddon. Second row: jonathan Tuttle, Chris Martin, Paul Saunders, Matt
Marco Orsini, Marty Snider, Mike Banesse, Bill Hodgin, Brent Futrell.
Goals. Chad Futrelland Lloyd Bragoz discuss future Concentration. lohn Burns works to prepare his
junior laycee activities.
speech for an upcoming NFL tournament.
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NFL. Front row: SecfTreas. Brian Lane, Pres. Terry
Meinecke, Vice-Pres. Mike Martin, Social Chmn.
Kristin White. Second row: Matt McNeil, Brink
Sirmons, Sam Spagnola, Roland Hanes, Barbara
Ogle, Lisa Welborn, Lara Hammer, Richard Mason,
Tawanna Thompson, Milton Harper. Third row:
lohnny Burns, Mark Boyles, Kathryn Hill, Sonja Post,
Mike Rowan, Kate Bearce, Marco Orsini, Kristi Dye,
lill Denny, Traci Lewis, Naquita Brewington. Back
row: Alan Smith, Dan Smith, Chris Ledbetter, Dale
Proctor, Travis Thompson, lim DeRue, Christy Ster-
nberg, Meredith Howard, Wendy Clark, Monica
Two heads are better than one. Marco Orsini and
Brink Sirmons share ideas about their NFL material.
Taking charge. Michael Martin's authoritative side
comes out when it comes to getting NFL work
With the help of Ms. Angelica
McCormick and Mrs. Anne joyner,
the Anchor Club dressed dolls for
the Salvation Army and made nap-
kin holders for Evergreen Nursing
Home during Christmas. At Easter,
they made baskets for children at
the High Point Preschool Enrich-
ment program. The Anchor Club
ended their successful year with a
The Civinettes, led by Ms.
Darnell Bullins and Mrs. Carolyn
Whitley was a service club.
Sponsored by the High Point
Civitans, they helped the commu-
nity by making decorations for
lunch trays at the hospital and by
visiting ARC, a local home for
The Environmental Club
committed themselves to many
projects to enrich and enjoy na-
ture. They loaded birdseed for the
Environmental Center, raked
leaves for the elderly, visited
Lamb's Nursing Home and collec-
ted money for the Cancer Society.
Their adviser was Mrs. josephine
Trotman, who kept the members
enthusiastic. They spent their extra
time going to the zoo and to Dis-
FCA stood for the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. Their meetings
were held in the evenings and on
several Sundays at different
churches. The club advisers were
Mrs. Elizabeth Kimbro, Mrs.
Amanda Crane and Mr. Kevin
Welch. They had a joint meeting
with Ragsdale and also a Chris-
Environmental. Front row: Treas. Mark Bruton, Sec. Townsend, Robin Green. Back row: Adviser joseph-
Tanya Trotman, Pres. Minnett McCormick, Vice- ineTrotman,Rodneylngram,Perdita Patrick,Wayne
Pres. Mark Dawkins. Second row: Melisa Wardlaw, johnson, Tonya Davis, Pam Basheer,
Tanisha Gould, Eunice Hill, Andrea Garrison, Yolanda
Clvlnettes. Front row: Co-Pres. Wendy Clark, Co- Kelli Blake, Mary Ellen Nuzzo. Back row:Virginia Gid
Pres. Donna Bartenfield. Second row: Missy Brown, deron, Rosa Buxton, Kathryn Rippy.
Ummm...sure looks goodl Mark Dawkins picks out
The dynamic duo. Minnett McCormick and Mrs. jo the piece ofcake he wants, while Tanisha Gould cuts
Trottman prove that two is better than one. it.
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Anchor Club. Front row: Vice-Pres. Trevonda jack-
son, Tanya Trotman, Pres. Minnett McCormick,
Tren. Pam Sturdivant, Sec. Keisha Hubbard. Second
row: Velika Brooks, Anita Hills, Angie Brown, Lynette
Streater, Kristie Albea, Sherri Anthony, Regina Fuller,
Yvonne McNeil. Third row: Vanessa Buchannon,
jamie Horne, Patricia McCormick, Nancy Bell, julisa
Killan, Angie Childs, Brenda Franklin. Back row:
Barbara Davis, Tinisha Gould, Kim Stancil, Eljuana
Gosh, Tiona Sellers, Dawanna Caldwell, Tabatha
McClerkin, Shanika Dumas, Tammy Primus, Adviser
FCA. Pres. Paul Metters, Treas. Lynda Harmon, Sec.
julie Pope, Vice-Pres. Darren Nosal. Second row:
Shawn Bean, Kendall Boone, Derek Spencer, Amy
Keener, Shannon Fox, Kristin White, Shannon
Watkins, Susanne Todd, Lori Gibson, Chris Davis,
Chris jenkins, Benard Mathies. Third row: jamie
Horn, Andy Butler, Paul Lyddon, Lisa Bolds, Christy
Metters, Laura Cecil, Adam Carr, Mike Rowan, Susan
Schneider, Russell Kahn, Brandon Ridge, Scott
Hucks, David Sherrill, jonathan Tuttler. Back row:
Doug Hudson, Don Perryman, Archie Beavers,
Bobby Gilchrist, Darren Welch, Lisa Welborn,
Richard Mason, Paul Saunders, Mark Bundy, Dana
Spoon, jennifer Hobson, Eric Butler, Bill Gansman.
Rappln' Roadles. Tyrone McQuillan, Billie McCall
The art of perfection. These dedicated art students and james McClendon show their talent as they
can stand proud after all their hard work is done. perform during drama class.
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Art Club. Front row: Pres. Randy Sheeley, Vice-Pres. jimmie jenkins. Back row: Shane Byerly, Apri
Alan Rice. Second row: Cinnamon Griggs, Lorena McCall, Kelly McCall, Dwayne Hamby.
Libertore, jennifer Poole, Geoff Gibbs, joe Rogers,
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Drama Club. Front row: Pres. Karen Quinto, Vice- jennifer Farmer, Aimee Stovall, Donna Hudgins.
Pres. Dana Spoon, Sec. Shannon Rich, Historian Back row: Wendy Bradbrook, Chris Harcum, Kristin
MattMcNeil. Second row: Roxanne Howard, Danny White, Carolyn Wagoner, jennifer Rich, jennifer
Curia, Melissa McGee, Marni Lessa, Rachael Deal, Phillips, Sarah Roddy, Lori Hilton, john Burns.
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Barbara Oliver, the Art Club exhibi-
ted their many talents throughout
the school year. Students
constructed sets for the Drama
Club and entered national drawing
contests. The club also held socials
and traveled to Biltmore House in
December. The Art Club gave
students the opportunity to
express themselves by using their
individual talents to create works
The Drama Club also had a busy
year. Mrs. Theresa Fowler, the
adviser, sent several talented
students to the district contest at
Catawba, where Andrews entered
two plays. They won the Theater
Arts Award for the best set. The
club also put on a major produc-
tion in the spring.
Caught ln the act. Former student Beth Rosa has
what it takes to be in one of the best plays ever
presented at Andrews,
Are you serious? Paula jester and Connie King
catch up on the latest gossip from Kelly Sanniota at
a French Club social.
'l'he pizza snatcher. Billy Currens grabs the last
piece of pizza at the French Club party.
French Honor Society. Front row: Pres. jennifer Davis,
Vice-Pres. Ashley Shuler. Second row: Marni Lessa, Amy
Roddy, Susan Chernault, Si Yon Yu, Betsy York, Cybele
Martin, LeAnne Davidson, Connie King, Kelly Sanniota,
Chris Blackman, Brent Walser, Ann Brown, jennifer Weber.
Back row: Chad Futrell, Paula jester, Lisa Shuskey, Laura
Saunders, Cherie Currens, Kristin Lohr, Todd Burnett, Doug
Blackman, Steve Williamson, Kathryn Hill, joe Stanley.
Watch this! Connie King plays "pop the balloon' at
the French Club banquet.
french Club. Front row: Sarah Yates, Kathryn Hill. Chad Futrell, Todd Bumett, Si
Yon Yu, Connie King, Pres. Paula jester. Vice-Pres. LeAnne Davidson, Andy Butler,
jennifer Davis, Ashley Shuler, Cherie Currens. Second row: Klay Barrow, Donna
Hudgins, Scott Bray, Melinda Dennis, Alice Hardison. Stephanie Oxford, jill
McManus, Kristin Lohr, Susan Chemault, Kendall Boone, Shannon Watkins, julie
Pope, Shannon Fox, Lori Gibson, Chris jenkins. Christy Gordon, Kara White, Kelly
Sanniota. Lori Hedgecock. Third row: Sherri Schroeder, jennifer Weber, Lorena
Ubertore, Kate Duncan, Susan Smith, Kate Bearce, laura Saunders, Lisa Shuskey,
Wendy Bradbrook, Lisa Bolds, Roxanne Howard, Tia Doar, Barbara Ogle, Sarah
Hearne, Laura Hammer, Amy Roddy, Ashley McDonald, Andrea Deal. Fourth row:
Dana Wimmer, Kevin Boone. Harold Gardner, Marty Snider, Michael Davidson,
Brandon Cook, Greg Warren, Philip Vvylie, Brad Yoder, Brent Futrell, Paul Lyddon,
Eric Butler, Erik Davidson, Tadd Yarborough, Geoff Gibbs, Billy Currens, Chris
Harcum, fifth row: Sam Davis, Stephanie Camp, Steven McNeil, Andy Santinello,
jeffwhite, Sam Brackett, Angie Brown, Marni Lessa, jennifer Rich, Heidi Simmons,
jeanna McManus, Gretchen jones, Melissa Ferguson, Crystal Misenheimer. Sixth
row- Caroline Brown. Linda Venable, Michelle Robbins, Angela Thigpen, Shina
Kang. Back row: Tara Lax, Arlisa Carey, Tanya Trotman, Michael Brewington,
Marlon Washington, Heath Putman, Mike Fox, Brian Yaudes, Paige Hachet, johnny
Burns, Angie Knight, Leigh Albertson, Amy Billingsley, Kim Cave, Trina Baxter. Amy
johnson, jerry Benjamin.
'hree's Company. Sarah Yates, Brian Mauldin and
Susan Smith put their heads together to come up
vith ideas for the school newspaper.
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Aanagerg Chris Blackman, Advertising Editor, Sarah
'ates, Co-Editor, Susan Smith, Co-Editor, Marco
Drsini, Head Photographer. Second row: Brent
Valserg Laura Cadle, Sports Editorg Shannon Lewing
Alicia Smith, Copy Editor, Third Row: Sandra Duez,
adviser, lessica Wardlawg Kelly Stone, Andrea Beck,
Laura Cashatt. Back row: Kate Bearce, Steven Quick,
Brett Cramer, Richard Mason, Kate Duncan.
The Andrews French Club kept
things moving. Their French flag
made of cupcakes won first place
at the Homecoming carnival. At
Halloween, members collected
for UNICEF. At Christmas, the
entire club journeyed to the
Biltmore House to view the
authentic decorations. ln the spr-
ing, the club held a festive Mardi
Gras. Dr. Don Arnold, the officers
and members all worked hard to
make the club succeed.
Responsibilities to the French
Honor Society were few, but
membership was a big honor. Any
French lll or IV student with an A
average for two consecutive years
was eligible. The club's induction
was conducted in French.
The Smoke Signal staff kept
itself busy all year long, printing six
issues a year. The group met every
day to work on making the
newspaper one of the most up-to-
date and original. its adviser was
Mrs. Sandra Duez, with co-editors
Susan Smith and Sarah Yates.
Think this ls enough? Marco Orsini shows Kate
Bearce the negative for an edition of the Smoke
Helper of sorts. Barbara Cannon diligently files
important FBLA papers.
Members of the Computer club
spent meetings developing skills
in word processing and SAT-
taking. They were also involved in
socials where they played arcade-
The FHA-Hero club consisted of
students in Food Service, Family
Life and Child Care. Children's
stories, mock marriages and bake-
offs were all a part of the FHA-
The Math Honor Society
represented high achievement in
the area of math. lt was necessary
that students reach and maintain a
FBLA, headed by Mrs. Ann
Austin, was the club for business-
oriented students. Any students in
a class such as Typing or Office
Occupations were eligible for
membership. Students prepared
themselves for futures in business.
FHA. Front row: Ken Baker, Kenny Smith, Devona Steed,
Casandra Baker, Rachel Primus, San Harris, Betsy jones.
Kaye Bell, Michelle Little, Tonya Spaulding, Lisa Boggins.
johnny Taylor, Gina Thompson. Second row: Erika Bates,
jada Williams, Amy johnson, LaTonya Austin, Shemica Bell,
Michelle Willis, Devona Feimster, Misty Williams. Third row:
Tahisha Bivens, Cathy Kearse, Maxine Robinson, Anjenette
Getty, Brenda Sneed, Verlanda Colson, Tara johnson, Kelly
Smith, Melissa Childs, jennifer McKinnon, jennifer Steven-
son, Temisha Anderson. Fourth row: Nikki Dunlop, Melissa
Howell, Kenny Covington, Kevin Mclntyre. Yvonne
McNeill, james Davis, Shannon Thomas, Tiona Sellers,
Danielle johnson, Tracy Vernon, Elaine Lowery, Kim Sloan.
Fifth row: Bryan McGuire, Lafonda Rawlinson, Deborah
Harris, Patricia Woodard, Angie Mclnnis, Linda Ezekiel,
Angie Rorie, Sharon McCollum, Coretta Smith, Len Taylor.
Back row: Norman Dunlap, Tilia jones, Fonda Easterling,
Nina Guy, Tina Guy, Kim Hewitt, jan Wilson, Pam Gibson.
FBLA. Front row: Sec. Elisa Grey, Pres. Becky Ro
Venable, Lisa Shuskey, Kelly Barneycastle, Laura
Cadle, Emily Spivey, Tara Lax, Samantha Dutton, .
Second row: Amy johnson, , Angela lane, Amy
Billingsley, Sarah Hearne, Amy Shelton, Maria Hill,
Missy Ferguson, Stephanie jurnigan, Crretcher
jones. Back row: Susan Chernault, Stephanie Camp
Tonya Alsbrook, Tonya Davis, Allison Hundley, Lara
Hammer, Angela Thigpen, Rhonda McCluney
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Computer Club. Front row: Pres. Eric Medlin, Vice-
Pres. joyce Henard, Sec. Connie King, Treas. Kate
Bearce. Second row: Karen john, jennifer Hedge,
Rick Crrady, Kristin Lohr, Paula jester, Betsy York,
Brent Harrington, LindaVenable, Sean Paus,Thomas
Rafalski. Third row: Pam Sturdivant, Yvonne Lorber,
Kristi Patterson, Kristin White, Lynda Harmon, Lori
Gibson, Ashley Griffin, Sherry Anthony, Tammy
johnson, Wendy Clark, Marco Orsini, Amy Keener,
Brian Lane. Back row: Victor Orsini, Tom Bodenhe-
imer, Amber Holbrook, Belinda Key, Andrea Deal,
julie Coggins, Bonnie Wall, Philip, Wylie, Matt
Leonard, Mark Boyles, Christy Albea.
Math Honor. Front row: Billy Currens, jeanette Clut-
ter, Susan Chernault, Paul Lyddon, Billy Nixon, Si Yon
fu, Tia Doar, LeAnne Davidson, Mike Banesse, Betsy
fork, Chris Blackman, Brent Walser. Second row:
-lenry Hare, Andy Butler, Doug Blackman, Todd
Surnett, johnny Burns, Paul Metters, Andy
Santinello, Ashley Shuler, Cherie Currens, Cybele
Martin, Shannon Rich, Marni Lessa, Della Wimmer,
Charlie Grimstead. Back row: Russell Kahn, Chad
Futrell, Eric Medlin, jennifer Rich, Heidi Simmons,
Arlisa Carey, Dana Wimmer, Amy johnson, jennifer
Weber, Victor Orsini, Matt Leonard, Tom Bodenhe-
imer, Sean Paus, Mark Boyles, Kathryn Hill. -
Asslstance. Mrs, Louise Stanley kindly points out a
mistake in Meredith Murray's program.
Taklng charge. As President, Candy Hiatt makes Open ears.Spanish Club members listen to Mrs
sure the Spanish Club is well represented.
jacqueline Sykes talk at a meeting.
Hola! Que tal? These were just a
few of the strange words and
phrases heard during meetings of
the Spanish Club, which was
supervised by Mrs. jacqueline
Sykes. The Spanish Club was an
option for any student taking
Spanish. Membership offered a
chance to see the culture and taste
the food of many Spanish-
speaking countries. The Spanish
Honor Society recognized Span-
ish students in their second year of
the language who had all A's and
B's. lts purpose was to recognize
outstanding students with a spe-
cial knack for Spanish. Learning
another language was frustrating
at times, but well worth it in the
end when one learned to commu-
nicate well with people of another
Spanish Club. Front row: Treas. ju Yon Yu, Pres. Candy
Hiatt, Vice-Pres. Debbie Smith. Second row: Karen York,
Michelle Warner, jason Parrish, Dereck Spencer, Brandon
Ridge, Scott Hucks, Doug Hudson. Karen Hensley, Anna
Stinson, Dana Spoon, Susanne Todd, Laura Saunders, Lisa
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Della Wimmer. Third row: johnny Batten, Matt Leonard,
Victor Orsini, jason Smith, Timy Tilley, Billy Nixon, Paula
Bowie, Georgia Vakakis, Tracey Patterson, Tracey Dalton,
jennifer Needham, jennifer Hedge, Cacy Kinney, Brett By-
erly, Tonya Davis, Pam Bashear, Kim Stancil. Bac
Kristin White, Cheryl Robinson, Cynthia Ward
Adams, Bill C-ansman, Kelly More, Amy Ozment,
Leneski, Ginny Parnell, Mike Banesse, Mike Quinto,
McLarty, julie Wagoner, Kim Fulkins, Mike Martin.
Spanish Honor Society. Front row: Candy Hiatt, Orsini, Matt Leonard, Cinnamon Hunter, Mike Ban-
Billy Nixon, Anna Stinson, Susanne Todd, Michael esse, johnny Batten, Dana Wimmer, leanette Clut-
Martin, Marco Orsini, Russell Kahn. Back row: Victor ter.
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conversational skills in front of spectators.
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Busy as bees. Lynda Harmon, Ashley Griffin, Paula
lester and Betsy York are hard at work on their
A deadllne agaln? The REVERIE Staff can always be Who called me? Editor Betsy York looks around to
found working diligently around a deadline. see who called her name.
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REVERIE. Front row: Head Photographer Eric
Medlin, Business Editor Leslie Cashatt, Editor Betsy Michelle Muncy. Third row: Marc Davis, Kevin
York, Copy Editor jennifer Davis. Second row: Boone, GeoffCIapp, Chris Davis, Connie King, Paula
Michelle Crawford, LeAnne Davidson, Susanne lester, Anna Stinson, Lynn Kak, Ginny Parnell, Tim
Todd, Shannon Watkins, Billy Koontz, Ashley Griffin, McBride, Sonia Parsons.
As the bell rang to begin
seventh period each day, most
students looked forward to an
easy class since they knew that
3:15 was just around the corner.
The REVERIE staff members were
exceptions to this rule, however.
Their work on layouts,
photographs and writing copy
had just begun, and lasted often
until late at night.
The staff, who was advised by
Mr. Randy Shaver, met every day
in room 205. This year was a first
for Mr. Shaver, who took on the
added responsibilty of the
REVERIE publication during the
summer. He said, "These kids are
pretty wild at times, but they settle
down and do excellent work when
the going gets tough." The tough
times came about four times dur-
ing the year, when the staff strug-
gled to meet deadlines. ln the end,
the finished product was well
worth the fatigue and frustation.
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Anna's doing a layout? Anna Stinson Shows her What about this? Mr. Randy Shaver checks over
versitility by working on a layout while being on the Some yearbook work from Editor Betsy York.
REVERIUZ l 3
Betsy York was the editor of the
annual this year. Her experience
made the book one of the best
around. The co-layout editors
were Anthony DiFoggio and
Robert Smith. These two super-
vised the actual placement of the
articles and pictures on a page.
jennifer Davis served as the copy
editor, making sure that every bit
of writing that went into the book
was grammaticaHy correct. Mrs.
Flo Durvvay as the copy adviser,
kept a close eye on jennifer to
check for her mistakes. Eric
Medlin, as head photographer,
directed the other photographers
as to what pictures to take and
when to take them. This year was
also the first year that a computer
was used. This handy machine
lightened the work load quite a bit.
The REVERIE staff did a lot of
work that was taken for granted by
the rest of the student body. Put-
ting together a publication like
REVERIE requires many long hours
and plenty of dedication.
Sometimes, staff members cried
out of frustration at some job they
were having trouble with. But
usually, there were more cheers
than tears as the group worked
together as a family to produce a
yearbook that reflected each of
their creative talents.
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All in a day's work. Co-Layout Editor Robert Smith
checks over layouts to make sure everything is in
Are you serious? Mr. Randy Shaver wal into his
room with a look of disbelief on his face.
Time out. Copy Editor jennifer Davis Ends some-
thing funny while typing copy into the computer.
A rude awakening. By the expression on the face of
Co-Layout Editor Anthony Difoggio, it is easy to see
that today is the day of yet another deadline.
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We know we got to do it, but it ain't much
Listening to music, working to the beat
Singing the songs and tapping our feet.
We can't go home cause the photos ain't
Ain't our fault, the photographers are slack.
lt takes some sacrifices to finish this book
But when it's done, you'll want to take a
Been working hard on layouts and copy.
Done it real good, we haven't been
And whenever we're done you know you'll
The best yearbook in the land, and it's
- Chris Davis
REVERIEXZ I 5
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REVERIE '87 was made possible only after
businesses in the community showed their support
by purchasing advertisements from staff members.
Open for business. The new "Dog
House" restaurant eagerly awaits
customers after remodeling.
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has given REVERIE the funds necessary to create one .fl.a5
of the best yearbooks around.
Many events happened in the communityltgtlgtjj . 5.553
throughout the year. Two major movie productionsfjg ..
were filmed in the Triad area. "Critical Condition" star4 I
ring Richard Pryor used as its set the old High
Memorial Hospital. "The Bedroom Window," itt
mystery thriller, was filmed in nearby Winston-Salem.
Plans for a movie studio were announced. The events
of the community played major roles in the lives of all
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306 S. ELM ST. HIGH POINT, N.C.
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BUILDING CONTRACTORS, INC.
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HIGH POINT, NC 27260
Concrete Driveways - Walks - Patios - Foatings
Basemenfs 81 Floors
CONCRETE FINISHING CO., Inc.
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"Nojob Too Small, Few Too Large "
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High Point, North Carolina
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882-3316 215 N. Centennial Ave.
High Point, NC 27260
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Catering, Deli Items
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1807 N. Main
High Point, N.C.
201 Smyres Pl.
Prices In The Triad!
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14 kt. Gold Diamonds
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HIGH POINT B41 5677
WINSTON SALEM 748 0585
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149V2 Church St.
High Point, NC 27260 H gh P N c 27260
Jim Kelly 885-4556 'ml 885 2323
American Association of
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Specialist in Orthodontics
302 LINDSAY STREET 175 W. HOLLY HILL ROAD
HIGH POINT, N.C. 27260 THOMASVILLE, N.C. 27360 J
fm' 8690158 THE HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE
Published Evenings and Sunday Mornings
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SALEM CARPET DISTRIBUTORS
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GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
615 ENGLISH ROAD
"Service Beyond Contract"
J.B. Gibson, President - Clark Gibson, Vice Pres.
Office: 889-8282 - Home: 885-8587
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High Point North Carolina
P.O. Box 5488 .
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Girls' Tennis Team
1986 State 3A Champions
PROFESSIONAL MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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C9195 869-3333 HIGH POINT, N.C. 27260
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438 N. Wrenn St.
High Point, N.C. 27260
Phone: 882-6427 - 882-2278
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1349 North Main Street
Corner Lexington 81 Main
2610 N. Main St.
High Point, N.C.
High Point, NC 27260 919-841-5300
Dennis Smith - Owner
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- INDUSTRIAL - COMMEHCIAL 889-6080
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
G. W. Underwood
Paving St Grading, Inc.
230 Boyer St.
High Point, N. C. 27260
Re-Modeling - New Homes
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1201 Johnson St.
P.O. Box 5065
High Point, N.C. 27262
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127 N. Main St.
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Clifton, Pamela 70
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Compton. Rick 70, 198
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Cotton, Rachel 194
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Cruise, Tom 60
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Davidson, Michael 99, 142, 206
Davis, Barbara 1 16, 203
Davis, Betty 58, 128
Davis, Bryan 99
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Davis, Eric 15, 107, 143, 195
Davis, james 208
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Davis, Marc 33. 71, 213
Davis, Mike 198
Davis, Paul 99, 197
Davis, Sam 55, 99, 170, 206
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Davis, Tonya 22, 23, 99, 182, 186, 194
Davis, Toshia 71
Dawkins, john 1 16
Dawkins, Mark 71, 78, 79. 202, 203
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Dawson, Alan 154
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Deal, Rachael 1 16, 205
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Dixon, Evelyn 72, 193
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Dougla, Vicki 107, 130, 158. 159, 168.
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Duck, Christy 1 16, 190
Duez, Sandra 128, 207
Dumas, Shanika 107, 193, 203
Dunbar, Barnetta 107
Duncan, Kate 36, 72, 176, 185, 188, 189,
Dunlap, Earnest 72, 97, 197
Dunlap, Kenny 73, 147, 197
Dunlap, Norman 208
Dunlap, Sheneguah 107
Dunlop, Nikki 08
Dunn, Michael 99
Dunn, Tionne 107, 198
Durvvay, Flo 49, 127, 128. 214, 265
Dutton, Samantha 99, 194
Dye, Karen 107, 137
Dye, Katherine 107, 137, 190, 198
Dye, Kristi 1 16, 201
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Eads, Kim 107
Ea lin. S lvia 68
Eagler, Claris 99
Easter, Brian 73, 164
Easterling, Fonda 73, 208
Eckenrod, Paul 265
Eezekiel, Linda 99
Efird, Keith 107, 134, 154
Eldreth, Nikki 116, 176
Eller, Theresa 107
Ellerbee, Rikki 73, 141
Ellis, Coleen 99, 197
England, Christy 1 16
Epps, Delphenna 190
Erath, Marion 198
F.ssick, Gary 1 16
Ewings, Tabatha 73, 191
Ezekiel, Linda 208
Farmer, Dwayne 138
Farmer, jennifer 1 16, 205
Farmer, Stephanie 1 16, 152
Feimster, Devona 73, 208
Fergerson, David 1 16
Fergerson, Ronda 73
Ferguson, Melissa 59, 107, 194, 206
Finley, Mary 73
Fisher, Neil 107, 140
Fluke. Elizabeth 126
Folkins, Kim 107
Fonner, Patti 53, 124, 182
Ford, Angie 1 16
Fordyce, Veronica 99, 182, 183, 188,
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jester, Paula 22, 23, 40, 78, 80, 176, 180, Lane, Mary 54, 128, 189
jones, Mena 265
Foster, Tim 108, 134, 150
Foust, Michelle 4, 5, 20, 73, 153
Fowler, Randy 194
Fowler, Teresa 26, 61, 128, 205
Fox, Mike 73, 206
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Franklin, Brenda 1 I6, 199, 203
Franklin, Stacey 176, 190
Freeman, Doyle 39, 48, 58, 74, 138, 197
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French, Nikki 1 16
Fulkins, Kim 210
Fuller, Regina 99, 203
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Gainey, Kevin 108, 147
Galloway, james 99
Gane, Amanda 53, 124, 127, 202
Gansman, Bill 108, 143, 199, 200, 203,
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Gardner, Ricky 108, 140, 194, 199
Garis, Michael 1 16
Garland, Tiwana 108. 190
Garrett, Robbie 1 16, 194
Garrison, Andrea 74, 202
Getty. Anjenette 208
Gibbs, Geoff 43. 100, 142, 199, 204, 206
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Gidderon, Virginia 132, 202
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Giles, Frank 122
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Gill, jeffrey 100, 147
Gill, Sylvia 108
Gilmore, Dana 50, 1 16
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Glover, Eurika 74, 190
Goins, Herb 54, 143, 147, 150, 151
Goins, Renee 108
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Gordon, Christy 108, 176, 186, 198, 206
Gordon, Hugh 138
Gordon, Misty 38, 74
Gosh, Eljuana 203
Goshen, Michelle 74
Gosnell, Kim 38, 74, 158, 166, 185, 198
Gosnell, Todd 1 16, 150
Goss, Alwanna 116, 158, 159, 190
Gould, Tanisha 100, 194, 202, 203
Grady, Rick 30, 43, 74, 92, 134, 162, 179,
Graham, Phil 1 16, 191
Graham, Sean 74, 191
Gray, Chris 1 12, 150
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Grayson, Cynthia 59, 74, 193
Green, Robin 74, 202
Green, Terry 138
Greene, Africa 190
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Griffey, Tim 75
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Grimstead, Charlie 100, 162, 209
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Grove, lan 164
Guy, Nina 208
Guy, Tina 208
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Haggerty, Kenneth 108, 157
Hair, jennifer 127, 128
Hairston, Mark 171
Hall, Anthony 100. 179
Hall, Karen 38, 75
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Hammer, Lara 108, 182, 184, 194, 201,
Key. Belinda 101, 176, 209
Kiem, jeanette 52, 53, 127, 184
Killian, julisa 190, 199, 203
Kimbro, Liz 52, 53, 124, 202, 265
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King, Tracie 1 17, 190
Hammett, Susan 40, 75, 176
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Harper, Nina 190
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Harrington, Brent 76, 142, 179. 186. 209
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Harrison, San 76, 136. 137, 195. 208
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Hill, Anita 1 17, 190, 203
Hill, Eunice 77, 202
Hill, Kathryn 15, 100, 185, 201, 206. 209
Hill, Maria 51, 108, 194
Hill, Yolanda 77
Hilton, Lori 117, 184,205
Hines, Rodney 147
Hinson. Scott I 17
Hobson, jennifer 22, 23, 114, 117,
182. 184, 203
Hobson. Michele 132
Hodgin. Matt 162. 170, 171,200
Hodgin. Tom 78, 134, 162
Hoffman, Shane 78
Holbrook, Amber 100, 176, 209
Idol. Clinton 101
rk 59, I 10
Denise 158, 159, 168
Rodney 39, 79, 190, 202
Scottie 79, 147, 190, 191
lsaic, Dorice 110, 182, 186. 195, 199
Isom, Robert 1 10
Edward 80, 171, 194
Trevonda 110, 137, 198,203
james, Christal 101, 197
jannssen, Samantha 101
june so, we
jarrett, Tim 101, 193
jarrett, Troy 80
Darrell 55, 80, 138. 146, 147
Eric 147, 150
Greg 134, 147
jeff 1 10
Michael 1 10
Chris 101, 157, 179,203,206
Kim 110, 194
Paula 114, 152
,Stephanie 101, 141. 194
185. 188, 206, 209, 212, 213
jobe. Hugh 117
jobe, jodi 1 17
john, Karen 40. 45, 55. 80. 160, 161, 176,
188, 199, 209
johnson, Amy 81, 101, 182, 184, 191,
194, 206, 208, 209
johnson, April 101
johnson, Arycka 101, 186
, Danielle 208
,Danny 117, 150
,Donette 140. 141
,Dwayne 150. 168
, Dwight 134
, Gus 1 17
,jimmy 101, 197
, Patricia 81, 193
. Sammy 101
, Sophia I 10
,Tammy 195, 209
, Tara 208
, Toni 24
, Tyrone 1 17
johnston, Sona 199
essie 1 10
jones, Darius 150
jones, Donna 1 10
jones, Gretchen 110, 176, 184.
jones, Keith 101, 104
jones, Lillie 122
Kinney, Barbara 16
Kinney, Cacy 101
Kinsler, Chad 1 17
.161, 182. 185, 186.
Knight, Angie 111, 141, 206
Knox, Marsha 53
Kolozynski, Martin 1 1 1, 1 14
Koontz, Billy 9, 42, 81, 82, 154, 156, 178,
Kyle, Perry si, 154, 155, 156, 179
Lacks. Adam 147
Lacks, Adrian 170
Lain, Brian 101, 220, 201, 209
Lancaster, Brian 1 1
Landreth, Leigh Anne 101
Lane, Angela 101,
Lassiter, Duskin 198
Lax, Tara 101, 194. 206
Leahy, Erin 162
Leary, Angie 101,
Leary, Ginger 1 17
Leck, Ben 1 17
Ledbetter, Chris 11 1, 143. 201
Lee. Monica 1 17
Leggett, Timothy 1 17, 150
Leneski, Therese 8
Leonard. Barry 101
209, 210, 21 1
Leonard, Ron 1 17
Lessa, Marni 60, 101. 182, 184. 185, 186,
188, 199, 205, 20
jordie 81, 179
Lewin, Shannon 41, 81, 82, 83, 141. 176.
Lewis, Gina 64, 10
Lewis, Mike 101, 138, 147
Lewis, Stephanie 1
Lewis, Tammy 140, 141
Lewis, Tracy 1 17, 201
Libertore. Lorena 1
Liberty. jon 55, 81, 146. 147
Lindsay, Angela 136
Lindsay, Ann 136
Linthicum, Mike 101
Linthicum, Steve 1
Little, Angela 1 17
Little, joe 81, 170.
jones, Randee 25, 126
jones, Tilia 191, 208
Holdren, julie 108
Holland, Gary 78
Holland, Rodney 20, 46, 72, 78, 86, 87
Holland. Tony 134, 135
Holtzman, Tracey 265
Hooven, Charles 1 17
Hooven, Chris 108
Hoover, Melanie 100, 153
Hopper, joe 38, 72, 73, 142, 193, 198
Horne. jamie 159, 190. 203
Hough, Heather 117, 152, 182, 184
Howard, Beth 58, 59, 129
Howard, David 101, 179
Howard, Meredith 46, I 17, 152, 176,201
Howard, Roxanne 108, 194, 205, 206
Howell, Melissa 101, 208
Howerton, Vanessa 190, 191
Hubbard, David 108
Hubbard, Keisha 101, 203
joyner, Anne 19, 50, 51, 125, 202
Kahn, Russell 101, 147, 179, 184, 203
209, 21 1
Kang. Shina 23, 31. 110, 182, 199, 206
Kanoy, Pat 129
Hucks, Scott 101, 198,203,210
Hudgins, Donna 101, 176, 184,205,206
Hudson, Doug 78, 179. 198, 200, 203.
Hudspeth, Chris 108, 157, 198
Hughes, Ashley 52, 101
Hughes, Brian 101
Hughes, Robin 108, 182, 184, 193, 199
Hundley, Allison 108, 182, 194
Hunt, Mike 29, 124
Hunter, Cinnamon 100, 101, 132, 133.
158, 182, 199,210,211
Huntley, Charles 79
Hutchins, Dixie I 17
Steven 1 10
David 110, 142, 193. 199
Monta 1 17
Kearse, Cathy 208
Kearse, Donna 81
Keenan, Elouise 1 1 1, 194
Keener, Amy 111, 152, 153, 182, 184,
Keith, Robin 1 17
Kelley, Rickey 1 1 1. 140, 168
Kendell, jimmy 24, 101
Kennedy, Randy 1 I 1
Kennedy, Shelly 1 17
Little, Michelle 208
Logan, Kevin 150
Logan, Latrenda 1 1 1
Lohr, Kristin 39, 64, 82, 132, 161, 176
185, 188, 189, 199,206,209
Lorber, Yvonne 82, 176, 184,
Lovings. Lil 54, 128
Lowe, Hillery 1 17
Lowery, Elaine 101, 208
Lozano, juan Carlos 26
Lukkari, Kirsi 31, 82, 195
Lundrigan, jenny 26
Luther, Gary 134. 135
Luther, Greg 1 1 1
Lyddon, Paul 29, 30, 38, 68, 82, 134, 147
180, 184, 188, 199, 200, 203, 206, 209
Lyddon, Rachel 30, 1 17, 182
Lynch, Anthony 150
Mabe. Cody 101
Mabe. Mickey 138
Roddy. Sarah I 19, 205
Mabe. Vicki 129
Mack, Bryant 26
Magnum, Darryl I I 1
Mann, Danny 111. 157, 199
Manring, April 1 I I
Marion, Clay I I I
Marion, Michael 1 17
Martin, Chris I I I, 184, 200
Martin, Cybele 28, 40, 64. 82.
Martin, jimmy 150
188, 189, 206, 209
Martin, Michael 53, 82. 134, 147, 183,
185, 201. 210, 211
Marts, Siasette 102
Mason, Richard 111, 142, 199.201, 203
Mathai, Mike 26
Mathies, Bernard 134, 203
Mauldin, Brian 16. 26, 83, 84. 181. 207
Mauney, Edith 190
McAbee, Anita 102
McAdoo, Cecil 1 17
McArthur, Anne 140. 141, 180
McBride, jennifer 1 17
McBride, Tim 111,213
McBryde. Shannon 83
McCall, April 1 17. 204
McCall, Billy 1 17, 190, 204
McCall, Kelly 1 17, 204
McCall, Stephanie 83
McCall, Tim 83. 198
McClain, Tracie 102, 182, 184
McCIendon, james 204
McClerkin,Tabbatha 22, 23, 1 1 1, 186,203
McCluney, Coretta I 17
McCluney, Rhonda 1 I 1, 194, 198
McCollough, Deshune 134
McCollum, Cheryl 102
McCollum, Sharon 102. 158, 208
McCormick, Angelica 2.50, 125,202,203
McCormick, Charles 72
McCormick, Minnett 102, 172, 202, 203
McCormick, Patricia 1 17, 203
McCoy, Tracey 1 I 1. 198
McCulloh, Sharon 195
McDaris, Ryan 53, 1 1 1, 199
McDonald, Ashley 102. 182. 184, 206
McGee, Melissa 60, 102, 182, 205
McGhee, Chris 47, 83, 142
McGuire, Bryan I 17, 208
Mclnnis, Angie 208
Mclntyre, Kevin 197, 208
Mclver, jeanell I 1 1, 137
McKay. Marlon I 17
McKinnon. jennifer 1 17, 208
McLarty, George 8, 83, 210
McLaurin, Fred 1 17
McLendon, james 170
McLeod, Kenny 150, 168
McLeod, Walt 20, 21, 77, 84. 134, 146.
McManus, jeanna 84, 182, 194, 206
McManus, jill 102. 182, 188. 206
McMeeking, j D 36
McNeil, Mark 102
McNeil. Matthew 117,201,205
McNeil. Steven 206
McNeill. Yvonne 203, 208
McQuillan, Tyrone 204
McRae, Maurice 23, 164, 197
McRae, Shannon 22, 23
Mebane, Bettye 58, 129
Medlin, Eric 84, 181. 194, 199, 209, 213.
Meinecke, Ron 102, 179
Meinecke. Terry 15, 84, 179, 181, 185.
Melton, Tammy 84
Menegakis, Betsy 1 17, 182
Mercer, Tiffany 1 17
Metters, Christie 1 1 1, 144. 203
Metters, Paul 60, 102, 147, 170, 188, 199,
Mewborn, Sherry 54, 128
Mickey, David 102, 193
Miles, Tammy 190, 195
Miller, Crystal 1 1 1, 137
Miller, joe 1 1 I
Miller, Samuel 102, 179
Miller. Shelly 84
Miller, Stephanie I 17. 190
Miller. Tony 1 18
Minnich, Richard 1 I I
Minor, Timothy 1 18, 150
Minor, Traci 22. 23, 102
Mintz, Leslie 132
Misenheimer, Crystal 1 1 1, 206
Mishoe. Kevin 85. 197
Mitchell, Tammy 102, 141
Mizell, Dave 53, 127, 147, 150
Monroe, Don 53, 124, 179
Moon, Shawn I 1 1, 194
Moore, Barry 85
Moore, joe 147
Moore, Lanie 24, 1 16, 158, 159
Moore, Melanie I 18
Moore, Steven 102, 1 I I
Moore, Tommy 20, 130, 134. 147
More, Kelly 112, 176, 198,210
Morris, Michelle 198 -
Moser, Corey 179
Muncy, Michelle 102, 213. 265
Murphy, Eddie 16
Murray. Meredith 102, 209
Murray. Tony 85
Murray. Vincent 85
Myers, Ashleigh 1 18
Needham, jennifer 102. 161, 182, 186.
Neeley, Michael 85
Nemeth. Chris 26
Nesbitt, Tammie 182
Nesbitt, Toni 182
Nicholson. Tuani 136, 198
Nixon, Billy 26, 27, 76, 77, 85. 179, 184.
185, 188. 209, 210, 21 1. 265
Nosal. Darren 85, 138. 146, 147. 179.
184. 186, 203
Nuzzo, Maryellen I 18, 202
Oakley. Daniel 102
Odell, George 1 I8
Odenwelder, jnon 36, I 12
Pope, julie 4, 22, 23, 110, 112, 152, 153,
176. 184, 186,203,206
Post, Sonia 102, 182, 201
Poston. Gayle 86
Powell, junior 134
Powers. jeff 1 12
Pratt, Larry 87, 134
Price, Sam I 18
Primus, Rachel 87, 208
Primus, Tammy 158, 159, 168, 186, 203
Pritchard. Patrick 102
Proctor, Dale I 12, 140, 150, 201
Proctor, joe 1 12
Paul 118, 150. 151
Purtle, Dana I 18, 121
Putman, Heath 43. 106, 112, 150,206
Quick, Amanda 102
Quick, johnny 72, 87, 190
Mallory 87, 197
Steven 87, 186,207
Quinto, Karen 102, 182, 185,205
Odenwelder, Kevin 43, 72, 85,
Ogle, Barbara 109, 112, 115,
Quinto, Mike 87, 97, 154, 185, 188,
Oglesby. Stacie 102, 190, 195
Olan, Carlos 1 18, 157
Oliver, Barbara 26. 61, 125, 205
Orsini, Marco 85. 142, 172, 181, 199.200,
201, 207, 209, 211
Orsini, Victor 102, 142, 199, 209, 210.
Owens. Shannon I 18
Oxendine. Tracey 1 12
Oxford. Stephanie 102. 132, 182, 188.
Ozment, Amy 112. 176, 186, 198,210
Quinto, Sara 58, 129
Rafalski, Thomas I 18, 199, 209
Rainey, Terra 1 12
Ramey. Donald 140. 150
Ramsey. Coe I 18
Randall. Patricia 88
Rataphruks, Willie 1 19, 157
Rawlinson, Cedric 1 19
Rawlinson, Dewayne 1 19
Rawlinson, Lafonda 208
Ray. David 102, 134
Ray, Ed 52.53, 124, 127
Sams, Darlene 104
Sanders, Chris 104, 170, 171
Sanniota, Kelly 40. 86, 87, 89, 176, 181.
185, 188, 189,206
Sanniota, Vic 53, 124
Santaniello, Andy 104, 134, 157, 179.
193, 206, 209
Sappenfield, Sonya I 19
Saunders, Laura 89, 181, 184, 185, 188,
Saunders, Mark 199
Saunders. Paul I 12, 184, 200, 203
Schneider, Susan 22, 23. 24, 100, 104,
153, 182, 184, 188,203
Schroeder, Sherri 104, 176, 184. 188.206
Schultheiss, Christy 32, 40. 1 12, 176
Scott, Alex 134
Scott, Warren 134
Sechrest, Eric 104
Sellers. Brian 147
Sellers, Tiona I 19, 203, 208
Sexton, Steve 39, 89, 178, 179, 196, 197
Shaver, Randy 128, 200, 213, 214, 265
Shaw, Eugene 134
Shaw, Gregory 1 19, 157
Shealey, Randy 39, 89. 204
Sheldon, Deborah 1 19
Shelton. Amy 112, 182, 184, 194, 199
Shepherd, Karen 89
Sherrill, David 104, 154, 179, 203
Shillinglaw, jamie 1 12
Shinn, Sue 126, 136, 158, 159, 166
Shore, jennifer 104
Shuck, Bob 138
Shuler, Ashley 22, 23, 29, 104, 132. 161,
182, 185, 186, 188, 199,206,209
Shuskey, Lisa 89, 181. 182, 183, 185, 188.
Shuskey, Shannon I 19, 154
Simmons, Heidi 29, 104, 182, 184, 192,
199, 206, 209
Simms, Steve 194
Simon, Tera 190
Simpson, Wanda 104, 182, 188, 199
Sims, joyce 104
Sims, Roger IO
Sims, Stephan 104
Sirmons, Brink 147, 201
Sloan, Kim 208
O'Connell. Lisa 38, 102
Page, Morhonda 1 16, 1 18,
Christy 1 90
. jerry 28. 29
Beverly 112, 198
Dionne 1 18
Parnell, Amy 112, 158, 168
Parnel1,Ginny35, 102,141. 176,210,213
Parnell, Tara 85
Parrish, jason 1 12, 210
Parsley, Kris 85, 197
, Natalie 86
Parsons, Renee 3
Parsons, Sonja 213
Passmore. Tony 138
Patrick. Perdita 3, 86, 202
Patterson, Kristi 86, 90. 176, 184, 185.
188. 199, 209
Patterson, Ronald 150
on, Tracey 102, 162, 182, 188,210
on, Trina 1 18, 152
Reid, Angie 102
Reynolds. Anna 88
Reynolds. joe 1 19
Reynolds, Ray 134
Reynolds, William I 12
Rhodes. Delia 26
Rice, Alan 88, 204
Rice. Renee 1 19, 190
Rice, Suzanne 102, 190
Rich, Christina 1 12, 182, 194, 199
Rich, jennifer 102, 182, 184, 199, 205
Rich, Matthew I 19
Rich, Shannon 29, 102, 185, 188, 205
Richard, Pat 147
Richardson, Terrence 88, 135, 164.
Ridge, Brandon 104, 147. 203, 210
Rippy, Kathryn 184, 202
Robbins, Michelle I 12, 176, 206
Roberson, Gerald 134, 150
Roberson, jasper 134, 135
Roberts, Bert 104, 190
Robertson, Cheryl I 12, 159, 210
Robinson, Crystal I 19
Robinson, Darryl 150
Robinson, Demetress 1 19
Robinson, Fannie 129
o ce 136
Robinson, junior 134
Robinson, Tony I 12
Rodden, jim 88. 196
Rodden, john 88
Roddy, Amy 88, 182, 184, 185, 188,206
Paus, Sean 86, 197, 199, 209
Payne, Cassandra I 18, 190
Payne, Ginger I 1
Payne, Lynn 22, 23
Payne, Robbie 118, 154, 156, 157
Payne. Sam I 19
Peele, Kim 22.23, 118, 152, 184
Peguese, Archie 147
Peguese, Taylor 171
Pemberton, Ken 1 12
Penn, Frank 123
Pennisi. Ann Marie 141
Perdue, Wayne 102. 197
Perryman, Don 86, 178, 179, 184,
196, 197, 203
Peterson, Gary 164
Peterson, Stuart 164
Pettiford. jahmal 134, 147
Pettiway, Kessia 1 12
Pettus, David 102, 142
Phillips, Donnie 102, 197
Phillips. jennifer I 18, 182, 205
Phillips, Owen 122, 123
Piner, Marci 1 12, 191
Plessner, Sandria 102
Plowman, Ronnie 98, I 12
Poage, jeffrey 1 18
Poole, jennifer 102, 188. 204
Rogers, Bertha 88
Rogers, Tony I 19
Rogers, Wendy 119, 190
Rohrer, Daphne 104
Rohrer, Michelle 88
Rorie, An ie 104, 184,208
Rosa, Berg 26, 136, 205
Rowan, Mike 109, 112. I 13, 134.
179, 201, 203
Rowsey, Sharon 50, 88
Royal, Becky 88
Royal, Tara I 19
Runion, Robert 104
Rush, Hope 22, 23, 72, 88, 166
Russell, Carmella 58, 128
Sloop, Sue 141
Small, lrene 129
,Alan 6, 201
.Alicia 89, 1 12, 193, 207
. Chris 26
, Coretta 208
.Dan 119, 194,201
.David 24,116,119. 186
.Debbie 60. 104, 182, 193, 210
,jason 104. 210
,jonathan 1 12, 140
Smith, Kelly 1 19, 190, 208
Smith, Kenny 208 1.
Smith, Kim I 19. 182
Smith, Larry 54, 128, 189
, Leonard 1 12
, Lisa 1 19
, Michelle 1 12
, Mickey 1 19
.Phil 119, 157
, Ricky 56, 1 12
,Robert 154, 179,214,265
,Scotty 104, 138
.Shelley 182, 186, 198
Smith, Susan 176, 181, 185, 188, 189,
,Takeia 104, 137, 158
,Tess 1 19
Smith, Tony 150. 171, 191
Smith, Tracy 1 19
Smith, Twan 191
Smithson, Miles 1 12
Sneed, Brenda 120. 208
Marty 90, 91, 94, 143, 184, 199,
r, Rob 104
Snow, Brady 91, 196
Snow, jamie 91, 191
Spa nola, Sam 104, 157,201
Spafits, Heather 51
Spaulding, Tonya 1 12, 208
Spencer, Derek 113, 140, 147,203,210
Spivey, Aaron 1 13
Spivey, Emily 113, 182. 194
Spoon, Dana 2, 105, 153, 203, 205, 210
Springs, Lisa 91
Spruill, Alice 126
Stancil, Kim 109, 113, 186,203,210
Stanley, james 120
Stanley, joe 91, 185, 206
Stanley, Louise 50, 125, 209
Staton, Ken 91
Statton, Leslie 36, 40, 64, 91, 176, 188
Steed, April 120
Steed, Devona 208
Steed. Robert 113, 134, 150, 168, 195
Steelman, Darren 91, 138, 198
enson, Buck 91, 142, 143, 198
son, Kevin 120
Sternberg, Christy 120. 201
Stevens, Christy 120
Stevens, Tony 147, 179, 186
son, jennifer 120, 208
Stewart, Stennetti 3, 91, 141, 158
Stinson, Anna 105, 182, 184, 199, 210,
21 1, 213
Stone, Kelly 105, 207
Stone, Patrick 91
Stovall, Aimee 120, 184, 205
Stowe, Delores 61
Streater, Lynette 22, 23, 203
Streater, Tenita 120
Streett, Melanie 120
Strickland, Daniel 8
Stricklin, Bryon 120
Stubbs, Cedric 120
Study, Missy 91
Sturdivant, Freddie 120, 150, 151
Sturdivant, Pam 186, 203, 209
Styles, Cindy 92
Suggs, Pamela 120
Suggs, Suzanne 176
Sumner, Lisa 92
Sutton, Angiie 105
Sutton. Mic ael 120
Swanson, Carol 10
Sykes, jacqueline 126, 210
Taicfgert, Toby 113, 154
Ta ey, Amy 120
Talley, jeff 168
Tanner, jimmy 15, 142, 143
Tate, Brett 120
Tate, Libby 53, 62, 124, 176, 265
Taylor. johnny 208
Taylor, Karen 92, 198, 199
Taylor, Lenora 105, 208
Taylor, Michael 120
Teetor, Ashley 1 13
Terry, Bernard 92. 170, 171
Thigpen, Angela 1 13, 137, 194, 199, 206
Thomas, Audrey 92, 182, 193
Thomas, Brenda jo 126, 158
Thomas, Mavin 120
Thomas, Shannon 77, 92, 136, 137, 158.
Thomasson, Marc 191
Thompson, Gina 3, 26, 93, 208
Thompson, Shelia 93
Thompson, Tawanna 18, 201
,Tonya 120, 168
Travis 109, 113, 194, 201
Thorton, Frank 1 13,1195
Thorton, Sheila 105, 182, 184, 193
Thrana, jeff 142. 143
Tilley, Tim 105, 193, 210
Tillman, john 1 13, 150
Tilson, Tina 1 13
Todd, Susanne 93, 152, 153, 185, 203,
210, 21 1, 213
Townsend, Teresa 120, 199
Townsend, Yolanda 1 13, 190, 195, 202
Trotman, josephine 53, 127, 202, 203
Trotman, Tanya 72, 93, 202, 203, 206
Trotter, Amber 1 13
Trotter, Scott 9
Turner, Katie 182
Turner, Mary 120
Tuttle, jonathan 63, 105, 143, 157, 197,
Tyson, Dee 105
Tyson, Mitchell 93
Tyson, Thayer 6, 72, 122, 123
Vakakis, Georgia 105, 210
Vakakis, Niki 120
Valente, Phil 132
Varner, Curtis 38, 93
Varner, jeff 120
Varner, Susan 53, 124
Venable, Linda 28, 29, 68, 93, 181, 194,
199, 206, 209
Vernon, Scott 1 13
Vernon, Tracy 120, 208
Wagner, Elizabeth 121
Wagner, julie 105
Wagner, Robert 27
Wagoner, Carolyn 93, 194, 205
Wagoner, john 134
Wagoner, julie 194, 210
Waldrop, juanita 129
Walker, Frank 123
Walker, Howard 93, 197
Walker, William 56, 126
Wall, Bonnie 105, 209
Wall, Frances 126, 132
Walser, Brent 5, 93, 179, 184, 188, 206,
Walters, Paula 128
Walton, Cedric 190. 197
Ward, Cynthia 210
Ward, Tammy 1 13
Wardlaw, jessica 195, 207
Wardlaw, Melisa 93, 202
Wardlaw, Penny 105
Warner, Angela 121
Warner, Michelle 121, 210
Warren, Darlene 129
Warren, Greg 24, 105, 179, 198, 206
Washington, Adrinell 134
Washington, Mario 93, 188, 199
Washington, Marlon 1 13, 206
Watkins, Shannon 40, 78, 79, 94,
153, 176, 184, 185, 188, 203, 206, 213
Watson, Peggy 53, 124, 144, 145
Weaver, joseph 1 2 1
Wilson, Anthony 1 13
Wilson, Chris 121, 190
Wilson, David 44, 45, 72, 96, 97, 146, 147
Wilson, Greg 121, 199
Wilson, jan 105, 208
Wilson, Ricky 96, 134
Wilson, Sherri 105
Wilson, Tammy 96
Wimmer, Dana 105, 182, 206, 209, 21 1
Wimmer, Della 29, 105, 188, 209, 210
Winters, Tracey 105, 198
Wonder, Stevie 16
Wood, Sidney 105
Woodard, Patricia 121, 208
Woods, Rosalind 159
Wright, Fred 124, 196
Wright, Marietta 122
Wright, Melissa 40, 121, 176
Wylie, Philip 1 13, 193, 199, ZO6, 209
Wyrick, johnny 96, 147
Weber, jennifer 105, 182, 184, 193, 206,
Welborn, Delane 121, 176
Welborn, Laurin 122'
Welborn, Lisa 1 13, 193, 201, 203
Welborn, Rachel 121
Welch, Darren 29, 1 13, 140, 168, 199,
203 Yarbrough, Tad 105, 143, 206
Welch, Kerri 128 Yates, Robert 7, 22
Welch, Kevin 164, 202 Yates, Sarah 7, 22, 23, 40, 45, 86, 96, 132,
Wellington' Nadine 103, 132 176, 177, 185, 188, 206, 207, 266
Whichard, Willis 1 1 Yaudes, Brian 43, 1 13, 179, 186, 199,206
Whitaker. Darin 94 Yeats. Sarah 121
White, Billy 94 Yoder, Brad 1 13, 157, 193, 199, 206
White, jeff 107, 113, 121, 142, 156, 157, Y0fk, Betsy 44, 45, 76, 77, 96, 176, 180.
179, 199,206 184, 185, 188, 206, 209, 212, 213, 214,
White, jennifer 8 265
White, Kara 1 13, 176, 206 York, Karen 121, 210
White, Kristin 31, 40, 90, 94, 176, 188, Young. Donald 55
201, 203, 205, 209, 210 Yu,3uYon22,23,109,113,152,182, 199,
White, Scott 105, 113, 147, 199 21
Whitehart, Amy 94 Yu, Si Yon 45, 68, 75, 96, 180, 182, 185,
Whitener, Robin 92, 94 186, 188, 199, 206, 209
Whitley, Carolyn 128, 202
Whitman, Denny 92, 196
Wiggins, Katrice 95
Wi ey, jemal 147
Willcs, Traci 121
Williams, Cathy 196
Williams, jada 121, 208
Williams, Kathy 95
Williams, Kenny 109
Williams, Michelle 95, 190
Williams, Misty 121, 208
Williamson, Sean 121
Williamson, Steve 206
W5ll!S-1011 96 zeigier, Debbie 105
Willis, Michelle 96, 208 h Zeigjef, lennifer j 13' 162
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Robert Royals, Michael Neele , Ra Scottie Gre e eries, Mathies, Kenn Smith, Tommy Marion, Byron Strickland, '
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ichrist, C rystal Miller, jeanell Woodard,MichaelCouncil.Thirdrow: Bill Nixon ac row: rick Wilson lqoagin, An o.
Strain your brain. Members
of the Hi-LQ. Bowl team, Billy attestor jennifer Davis and
Nixon, Andy Butler, Paul adviser Flo Durway practice
Lyddon, Chad Futrell,Tia Doar, for the competition.
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iow much time it would consume. This past summer, three staff
nembers and l attended the Hunter Yearbook Workshop at
Nake Forest University. While we were there we developed the
'heme and cover.
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ind my ideas.
Mrs. Marlene Chess for being an excellent business adviser.
To my whole staff for putting up with my daily yelling. Now
hat the book is back, maybe all of you can understand why l
felled so much.
Tom and Denise Adams for all ofyour assistance and figuring
nut Hunter's many computer programs.
C.F. fWhiteyl Boswell for taking all of our class, club and sports
Mena lones for helping take class pictures.
Mrs. Geneva Boswell for accepting all my collect phone calls
ind locating lost pictures.
Tracey Holtzman, our representative at Hunter, for calling me
vhenever we had problems and answering all of my questions.
Mrs. Flo Durway for proofing all our copy.
Mrs. Liz Kimbro for teaching me everything l know and hav-
ng faith in me when you chose me as Layout Editor, then Editor.
jennifer Davis for being an excellent Copy Editor. The hours
ve've spent in front of that computer have definitely been
vorth it. Thanks so much, len!
Anthony DiFoggio and Robert Smith for helping me as Co-
ayout Editors. Your friendship has meant so much to me
hroughout these past two years.
Eric Medlin for taking all of my yelling. Thanks for being head
Leslie Cashatt and the business staff for doing a great job
keeping REVERIE '87 finances under control.
Chris Davis and Anna Stinson for doing a great job this year.
Good luck next year!
Mr. Clyde Baxter for developing our color pictures.
High Point Photo for supplying us with our photo supplies.
The faculty and administration for putting up with interup-
tions throughout the year.
Libby Tate and her seventh period class for indentifying
people in clubs.
All my teachers for allowing me to miss class when l needed.
Paul Eckenrod who has supported me throughout this entire
year. Your words of encouragement have given me the
strength l needed to continue. l love you so much!
Billy Nixon and LeAnne Davidson for coming back from lunch
early just so l could work on yearbook.
"Duckie" and "Smirk" and all my friends at UNC-Ci for having
faith in me and giving me support. Thanks!
David Wilson and Zack Cecil for teaching me so many things
while they were Editor. Thanks guys!
To the senior class for helping me make a great senior picture
for this book.
To all the students at TWA because without you, there would
not be REVERIE '87.
As l look back on this year, l realize how many difficult times l
had. Only five staff members plus myself were returning from
last year, and they had to relearn almost everything due to the
changing of publishing companies. l thank these five for helping
me teach others the proper way of producing a yearbook.
lt was very visible when a deadline was approaching that the
staff could join together and get things done. l really do not
think they believed me in the beginning but it was soon realized
by every staff member that cooperation was a necessity for this
book to succed.
This year's theme really stands for everything at Andrews.
Every area of high school life spoke for itself. Thankyou for mak-
ing REVERIE '87 the best it could be.
What do you want? Terrence
Richardson seems annoyed at
someone for disturbing his
Taking things in stride. Sarah
Yates, Dawn Gilreath and
Cameron Bouleware are
witnesses to Todd Bumett's
crowning as Homecoming
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As the 1986-87 school year came to a close, An
Q. drews students found themselves forced to make manj
decisions. For seniors, it was what to do with the rest o
their lives, and for others, it was deciding how to make the
remainder of their high school careers the best. Andrews lost .
great Spanish teacher when Nlrs. Benica Hernandez retired, bu
gained the new, fresh ideas of Erin Leahy, who took her place.
During high school our lives were constantly changing. We always hopec
that our friends would be around forever, but it did not always happen tha
way. Part of high school life is making new friends and losing old ones. Every
one at T. Wingate Andrews had a special place in their heart and mind for thei
ss 6 friends and their school.
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The 1987 REVERIE, in its nineteenth year, Q9 QQ QS! Q Q Q
was printed and bound by Hunter Publishing . O C 0 Dj
Company in Winston Salem, North Carolina. GED 570 4-ED XT
Company consultant was Tom Adams. Q! U A X O 3- l
All portraits as well as club pictures were ' K CD L ,y lg
taken by C.F. Boswell and Menajones of Max- Q f X? ,XJD if Q'
Ward Delmar Studios of Chesapeake, Virginia. 1 63 U l X51 ""
Color candids were taken by staff L
photographers and were printed by Master - 6' U' .JG L4 PZ
Color, Instant Replay, Clyde Baxter and Bob U' XG rw U . P-X U Q
Hendrickson of Max-Ward Delmar Company. 5 X QQ QC
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was Quadrata. Type sizes were as follows: nk Q X!
Copy - 10 points, leaded IZ, Captions - 8 cj' Z
points, leaded 9, ldents - 8 points, leaded 9, 4 ks O Q6
Bold Type, Subheadlines - 24 points. Head- U5 XV XL
lines varied throughout the book with special Q GSX e
art headlines for the opening, xclosing, and 'N
dividers. " . U5 BS
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and community sections, the layouts were Q
done in a column format. The three column KL U '
format was used in -the Academics, Personali- Oxlxjx
ties, and Organizations sections. The four
column format was used in the Student Life
and Sports sections. Paper stock in the lirst
sixteen pages was Lustro Color, in the Senior
section was Gloss, in the rest of the book was
Matte. Endsheets ere from p per stock
White Linen 139. fvlvfD2l1UEiL X 1
The 1987 REVERIE was e member ofthe SE
Columbia Scholastic Press Association. With a
budget of 524,000 and a press run of 800
copies, the 1987 REVERIE was made possible - - M
through the efforts of T. Wingate Andrews 6V ' Jw, X
supporters. ,f VN
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been embossed at Andrews. The theme, S99 QQ' gt X
"Some Things 'Speak' for Themselves," was QQQM
developed and voted on by the four staff
members who attended the Hunter Publish- - ' '
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