Topsail High School - Pirate Yearbook (Hampstead, NC)
- Class of 1986
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at Topsail, Like many other students, he'd
rather skate than eat during his lunch break,
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srnall packages. This is true if you're
talking about Topsail High. Most
students from other schools are
turned off when they hear our entire
student body, including junior high,
is less than 600. We often are the
victims of jeers and are referred to
as living in Hickville.
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in the Topsail
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love for football puts zest in their lives.
LIKE NO OTHER
don't wear overalls or drive tractors
to school, nor do we attend tobacco
auctions every Friday night. We're in
touch with civilization like anybody
else. We have what you call "char-
acter". We possess our own quali-
ties that separate us from the rest.
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Senior Student Life 9
Standing in a class by them-
selves, the 1986 graduates exempli-
fied their uniqueness by making
Topsail a "home" where they could
find companionship, compassion,
and a place to belong. Seniors real-
ized that once they received their
diplomas, it was not the end of the
line but only the beginning. It was a
time for reflection on the past as
well as preparation for a new stage
of their lives. Provided with knowl-
edge laboriously acquired from
twelve long years, each graduate
faced the world with confidence and
ambition. The closeness and memo-
ries they shared would be carried
with them in the years to follow.
Susan Geddie, Fienee Fuller, and Shelly Pear-
son plan their strategy against the opposing
Sheila Jacobs, Ftenee Fuller, and Sonya Clay-
ton hit a striking pose before class begins.
1986 graduates who have attended Topsail schools in grades one through twelve: L to Ft,
Front Row -Sheila Jacobs, Renee Fuller, Sonya Clayton, Glyndal Brown, Teresa Batson
Rachael McLean, Michelle Batts, Celisa Sidbury, Leigh Anne Ruegner, Teresa Strickland.
Back Row A James Hansley, Chris Moore, Frederick Sidbury, Leandris Conner, Lorenzo
Marshall, David Williams, Mark King, Cass Flowland, Harold Sidbury, Mark Midgett, Bil
Elmore. Not pictured -Schnetska Batts, Kevin Fuller, Michael Hardee, Chris Moore, Kevin
Nixon, Angie Register, Michael Shepard, Denise Thomas.
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Leigh Anne Fluegner and Michael Hardee
unsuspectlngly practice for the
homecoming procession. Leigh Anne was
later crowned Homecoming Queen.
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Though they load us down with
too much homework, fuss at us
when we make our little mistakes,
and rule over us in total tyranny,
teachers can be humans too.
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their coffee makers, softdrink ma-
chines, and snacks, teachers can
escape from the noisy classrooms
and smart aleck students. It is in this
haven that we suspect they gossip
about their students, mimic their
mannerisms, and laugh over Outra-
geously fabricated excuses and lost
These human qualities make
them special to us. In addition, they
take time to help us with our prob-
lems, and make every attempt to
provide a well-rounded education to
insure our success in and out of
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Jim Stanley, Teacher Ozella Stanley, Teacher
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upcoming book report, Upper Right: Curtis Lee watches intently as
Mr. James changes the dado joint on a radial arm saw in Wood
Above: Greg Mosher creatively rearranges the architectural makeup
of the student parking lot with the help of his Mustang. Left: The
effects of cafeteria food are physically displayed by Nickey Graham
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class before the tardy bell rings,
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Above, Joey Payne accepts his award from Mr. Benton. Joey placed 4th overall in the 1985
Math Counts regional competition. Our school's team also finished 4th in the competition.
Upper right, the 1985-86 Governors School nominees. Back: John Taylor, Tammie Thomas,
Martie l-lorrell. Front: Mark Wright, Stacy Smith, Susan Satterfield. Not pictured: Michelle
Left, Michael Shepard and David Grubbs represented our school at Boys' State during the
summer ot '85. This was an honor tor them as well as our school.
The National Honor Society, Lett to right: Traci Little, Lisa Stroud, Mr. Maus, Michael
Deacon, Michael Shepard, Martin Hanc, David Grubbs, Althea Bochelle, Mrs. Woodcock,
We Did It!
As Topsail is growing, so is the
enthusiasm and student interest in
academics. This year we had the
largest number of students nominat-
ed for Governor's School in Top-
sail's history. Eight sophomores
were nominated from our school for
this honor in contrast to the one or
two of previous years. The National
Honor Society grew this year as
well, adding many new members to
their organization. Students from
seventh grade to twelfth clamored
to make the "A" or "B" honor rolls
each six weeks.
Students who received academic
honors can reflect on their achieve-
ments with a proud "We did it!"
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Above, students prepare for the stampede of inter-
ested and hungry guests that always accompany
Spanish Day festivities. Ftight, Eddie Davis, Phyllis
Taylor and Traci Little relax a bit after a big math
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Often during the school day, a lit-
tle bit of enthusiasm could be heard
traveling down the halls. Maybe a
good grade was scored on an Eng-
lish test, or perhaps the English test
was even canceled!
Although academics aren't con-
sidered to be the "fun" part of the
school day by many students, they
are the most important part and not
something to be taken lightly. Aca-
demics are the basic courses taken
throughout each student's high
school career, and a number of
credits in each course is required tor
Our academic requirements have
undergone some changes in the
past year. The graduating class of
1986 will be the last class with a
graduation requirement of only 18
credits. Beginning with the class of
1987, 20 credits will be required tor
When you get right down to it,
academics are what makes a
school. Topsail is, above all, a place
to learn, and that's what it's all
Dissection is a serious undertaking for Drs.
James Hatcher and Anthony Smith.
Lower left, Shawn Pollard wonders it there is
life after Spanish Day as hungry young stu-
dents crowd his booth.
Mr, Piver's Government and Economics class
works on a reading assignment.
Upper L: Wendy Rogers inquires about the recent play. Left: Traci
Little and Wendy Rogers diligently record Varsity statistics. Above: A
- pause in the game gives Dawn Phillips and Wendy Rogers a short
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They may not seem important, but
statisticians deserve more credit than
they get, lt's a tough and demanding
task that calls tor a developed sense of
observance and an ability to produce
under pressure. They keep a good
sense of humor while coaches abruptly
ask questions about the scores and
the plays just made. Wendy Rogers,
Traci Little, Susan Geddie, Michael
Shepard, Sarah Johnson, and Dawn
Phillips deserve our sincere gratitude.
Scores and plays are accurately recorded by
Susan Geddie and Michael Shepard during bas-
Above. Bottom Flow, Cyndi Brown, Dora Although she couldn tw cheer, Julie still
Johnson, Martie Pullen, Middle Flowg Lisa showed hir spirit by having her cast painted
Stroud, Julie Neff, Charlotte Ward. Top Row: by Tony Stanley.
Torra Jacobs, Tonya l-lousand.
The girls display their precision that has be-
come their trademark this year.
Capt. Dora Johnson really goes all out for her
With years of experience to
back them up, the Varsity
Cheerleading Squad really
outdid themselves this year.
They cheered their way
through football, basketball,
and soccer seasons exempli-
fying spirit and enthusiasm.
Adding to their talent, the
girls attended camp at Meth-
odist College in Fayetteville
Sprawled out across the mat, Cyndi
displays a typical reaction to an after-
noon ot practice.
where they acquired many
new skills and learned cheers,
chants, and dances which
they later used in competition.
Through all of this, under
the leadership of Coach
Schott and Capt. Dora John-
son, they really shone, and we
expect great things from this
squad in the future.
Curtis Lee displays his ability vvith an in-
step pass to maintain possession of the
Ennett Carter strives for offensive control
over the ball.
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PEFRFECTIGN WAS THEIR
Endurance and skill are created stronghold on the opposition.
by a keen train of thought and hours
of long and grueling practices.
This determination made the THS
Soccer Team soar higher than ever
A great team that ranked 4th in
the conference was produced by
the non-stop determination dis-
played when they earned a goal.
Playing 4A schools, taking on
bigger teams and sloshing around in
the rain didn't stop the continual,
spirited Pirates from gaining a
Coach Grady Funderburke,
Games were played on the foot-
ball field at night where an energetic
crowd cheered the team on all the
Mostly comprised of juniors and
seniors, the team gained a little
spunk and outstanding ability with
the addition of freshmen and sopho-
Broken bones mend, bruises fade
away, but the memory will remain
fresh in our minds perfection
was their goal.
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Often scores tell you nothing of
what really went on in the game,
how hard the players tried, or how
intense the desire for a victory.
Dedication outweighs winning by
The Varsity Football team began
their season with a basic offense,
but changed it somewhat in the last
few games. As stated by other
coaches, the team had one of the
hardest hitting defenses in the con-
Even though the record wasn't
the one they were hoping for, suc-
cess was theirs on and off the field.
The mostly new coaching staff, with
the exception of Grant Rodgers,
who has coached in former years,
never asked them to do anything
they could not do themselves,
brought them closer as a team, and
led them to the mature conclusion
that winning isn't everything.
As summarized by Senior fullback
David Williams, "l enjoyed lt lm-
mensely, and if l could put my pads
on tonight, I would. This year's team
laid a foundation for the teams of
the future. We set a precedent of
sportsmanship and the heart and
desire to never stop trying. In the
near future, Topsall will be the one
The coaches and team watch hopefully as the players on the field
go for the touchdown.
The pirates put everything they have into driving back the oppos-
ALL BUIVIPS AND MANY
Composed primarily of sopho-
mores, the T.H.S. Varsity Volley-
ball team has the hopes of a con-
ference championship in the fu-
ture. They completed this year in
fourth place, just a notch below
their goal they had set for the
When asked about where they
stood in competition this year,
one of the team members an-
"l don't think we played up to
our full potential basically due to
the mental blocks that would oc-
cur during a game. But our future
looks promising because our
sophomore players have such a
strong background of basic fun-
damentals that are necessary to
a winning team."
One thing that can be said
about this spirited group of girls
is that they will never quit trying
nor do they know what it is to
"I remember games when we
were really far behind and we just
pushed ourselves until our scores
matched or exceeded our oppo-
nents'. Something we had just
would not allow us to give up."
Whatever may be the outcome
of their future, we will be sure
they have given it their best shot.
Even though she earned a bruise from that
one, it doesn't cross Lisa's mind as she dives
for the save.
Front row: Christina Craven, Melanie Slater,
Tanya Pollard, Wendy Rogers, Shelly Pear-
son, Lisa Lewis Back row: Coach Ed Gibson,
Shana Redd, Marti l-lorrell, Kim Johnson,
Tammie Thomas, Kim Edwards, Susan Sat-
terfield, Natalie Lake. Not pictured: Angela
Harrell, Racheal Copp, Robin Freeman.
Stretch! Susan reaches tor a low dig as Marti
awaits a good pass so that she may set to
one of the outside hitters. Lejeune nervously
anticipates their attack.
As a result of a good set, Susan spikes the
Time outs are valuable and Coach Gibson
utilizes theirs by pointing out team strategy.
THROUGH THE HOCDP
Compared to other teams, Top-
sail may seem small in stature, but
definitely not in dedication. They tri-
umphed over our arch-rivals, Dixon
High, both at home and away
games. The basketball team
showed tremendous effort from the
The team ended the season with
a respectable place in the confer-
ence. Active seniors were Calvin
Marshall, Lorenzo Marshall, Mike
Smith, David Williams, and Mike
The coach predicts a better pre-
pared team for next year because
they will have a closer relationship
based on their experience ofthe '86
John Batts concentrates as he prepares to
shoot for an extra point.
fUpper r.j Mike Griffith rebounds over the
head of a North Brunswick Scorpion.
Front - Ronald Toby, John Batts, Robbie
Phillips, Porrie Sidbury, Calvin Marshall, Lor-
enzo Marshall, Back - Coach Reuben Terry,
Rudy Nixon, John Sidbury, Mike Smith, Ger-
ald Nixon, Mike Griffith, Mike Hardee, David
Williams, Shannon Shepard, Leandris Con-
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Mike Smith fly makes a left-handed jump
shot despite the strong defensive move of a
North Brunswick player.
Calvin Marshall scrambles for a loose ball.
His quickness on the court is well known.
Ronald Toby appears ready as he prepares
to rebound a foul shot.
Shelia Jacobs reaches high for a rebound.
Rachael Coop maintains possession of the ball
as Scorpions swarm around her.
Cheerleaders give a rousing welcome to the Var-
sity girls, as they enter the gym.
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P' e led t ir pla es with the
n e i of younger
fres he e difference be-
tween egi ad its effects at first,
but they oothed out the rough
edges by working hard together on
the basic fundamentals.
The return of three senior starters:
Renee Fuller, Shelia Jacobs, and
Sonya Clayton, added experience
and control in nail-biting situations.
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and aggressiveness, earned the
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the position of center, while Sonya
Clayton took low post.
Other players who added more
than their share of hard work were
Traci Little, who was defensively
strong, and Esther Rochelle who
helped out in an offensive pinch with
her precise outside shots.
Their combined efforts and posi-
tive attitudes led to the ultimate goal
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niak, Kim Hollis, Front Row: Shelia Jacobs, Fienee Fuller, Sonya Clayton, Traci Little, -if
Wendy Rogers. Not pictured: Coach Carol Cutler
Curtis Lee concentrates on hurtling the ball quickly to pick off a runner at first base.
Coach Tad Baucom, pitcher Curtis Lee, and catcher Jeff Markley have a brief consultation
about their new strategy,
Left fielder Chris Moore makes a quick re-
treat from an inside pitch.
Safe or out? That's the question as Alan
Cutler stretches to tag third base.
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The Varsity Baseball Team was
lucky to have five seniors, including
MVP and All-Conference member
Kurt Loughlin, The team as a whole
worked long, hard hours in rain or
shine taking swings, stopping
grounders, and catching pop flies.
lt was the final year for Tad Bau-
com as coach, but the boys carried
on the determination which Baucom
Hard workers all, these young
men proved that their dedication to
school and team can make the dif-
ference in a season.
Front: Eddie Davis, Bill Davis, Richard Langley, Jeff Markley, Michael Batson, Mike Farley, Keith Thompson, Chris Moore. Back: Coach Tad
Baucom, Rudy Nixon, Alan Cutler, Mike Smith, Eric Ferrell, Mike Griffith, Kurt Loughlin, Curtis Lee.
A high pitch doesnit stop her as Shannon
Sharpless takes an unorthodox swing at the
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Joya Ellis keeps her eye on the ball as she
prepares to make contact.
ont Flow: Amy Henderson, Wendy Rodgers, Traci Little, Shelly Pearson, Suzanne Wicker, Lisa Lewis. Second Flow: Schnetska Batts, Sonya
layton, Leigh Russell, Marti Pullen, Fienee Fuller, Shelia Jacobs, and Susan Satterfield. Third Flow: Coach Carol Cutler, Susan Geddie, Dora
hnson, Anna Eubank, Joya Ellis, and Michelle Ferrell.
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"Wake up and smell the coffee,"
yells Ms. Cutler to her "Wash-wom-
en." The 1985 softball team exper-
ienced many changes such as a
new coach, a new field, and new
uniforms, all of which boosted team
morale and spirit.
The team had a slow start, but
rigorous practices and determina-
tion soon paid off, and the team fin-
ished 1O and 6 for their conference
Pitcher, Shelly Pearson digs down deep to
make the right pitch.
record. Shannon Sharpless, our
only senior, had the leading batting
average of .481 and also received
MVP for the team.
Coach Cutler made certain that
there was never a dull moment on
the field and off. With her quips
coming at us such as "Okay, team,
bacon and eggs" tmeaning her re-
quest for a double playi, the team
kept their spirits alive.
STRGKE BY STFRCDKE
With clubs laid aside for the moment, the team relaxes
while they wait for their competitors to arrive,
Martin Kegel completes his swing on the first hole,
Front row: Martin Kegel, David Williams, James Hatcher
Back row: Jeremy Newton, Jason Jordan and Greg
Mosher. Not pictured: David Grubbs, Ephraim Grubbs, and
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Though the game of golf can be
frustrating, the 1985 Varsity Golf
Team didn't make it seem that way.
What was so very special about this
team was that they not only made
the game look easy, but thoroughly
enjoyed themselves as well. They
had an exceptional season with 13
wins and only 5 losses, proving they
do take their game seriously. Ironi-
cally, seriousness was not one of
their more prominent traits, and the
team seemed to take advantage of
pratical jokes. Heading up this
unique group of guys, Traye Cooke
was usually kept in stitches. We
commend the multi-talented team
for their fine efforts and representa-
tion of our school.
James Hatcher inspects the grip on his club.
Jeremy Newton and Kirk Crumpler take a
break while other members of the team dis-
cuss their game.
Golt Coach Traye Cooke prepares to pass
out score cards and pencils.
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ROVVDY AND RAMBUNCTIOUS
The enthusiasm and spirit of this
year's J.V. Cheerleading squad was
outstanding! The precision and
grace of their routines made them
highly acclaimed throughout the
school year. At basketball games,
the spirit of the squad helped boost
the morale when things got tough.
And when the team was winning,
they cheered them on to victory.
Their new uniforms made a flashy
appearance at the games when
they performed. ln addition, the
squad had a new advisor, Mrs.
Vickie Harrell. With her help in
coaching and advising, the squad
had a spectacular year.
Bottom row: Shawna Redd, Shannon
Reeves, Michelle Ferrell, Kristi Neff. Middle:
De!-Xnna Stephens, Christina Craven, Angela
Harrell. Top: Melanie Slater, Tanya Pollard.
J.V. Cheerleaders take advantage of a time-
out during the game a ainst North Bruns-
Shannon Reeves and Michelle Ferrell give it 1
all they have as they cheer the team to a
Lots of practice has given Tonya Pollard con- l
fidence on the floor. A
,Topsail J V Pirates return to the court after a time out. Coach Funder-
burk gives some last minute instructions before the buzzer sounds.
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J.V. basketball team readily adjust-
ed to their new coach. They worked
well together by learning to help one
another and also to accept criticism
In the beginning of the season,
Coach Funderburk experimented
with different combinations on the
floor. l-le felt good about the team
and said that they were really inter-
ested in playing the sport.
Something else that could be said
for the team would be how willing
they were to take in Chris Sullivan, a
transfer student from Pender Acad-
emy, and immediately regarding him
as a team member. With new talent
coming in, each team member
gained the initiative to compete for
Topsail has been proud to boast
of a team that consisted of such
good sports and competitive young
Above left: Steven Jones regains the ball and
travels to the other end of the court to score.
Front Row from left: Brad Pate, Charlie Atkin-
son, Leroy Johnson, Adrian Spicer, Troy Nix-
on, Warren Garrison, Melvin Sharpless. Back
Flow: Flodney Marshall, Tiyo Robinson,
Wayne Ross, Gerald Nixon, Steven Jones,
Clarence Walker, Jeffery Nixon.
Adrian Spicer uses his size and quickness to outsmart
the much larger opposition. i
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Though they may be small in stat-
ure, the vibrant junior high cheer-
leaders were a bundle of energy and
real crowd pleasers. Cheering for ju-
nior high football and girls' and
boys' basketball, optimism ran high
as the girls kept the team in good
This cheerleading squad has
come a long way in the past few
years under the direction of Coach
Mitzi Walker. These young ladies
certainly have something that
makes us Stop, Look, and Listen!
Dana Jones and her teammates work on the perfect
new ending to a cheer,
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the girls take advantage of other extra-curricular activities as well. An active crew, for sure!
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Bottom I, to r.: Dana Jones, Jennifer Maready, Jennifer Tucker, Crystal Batts, Middle: Coacl'
Walker, Meg Satterfield, Stephanie Sholar, Susan Evans, Karum Hill, Top: Ann Atkinson, Jennifei
Hatcher, Latasha Nixon.
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ey can utilize in the future.
nt row I. to r.: Jason Green, Johnny Willis, Donny O'Neil, Matthew Thomas, Roy Batson, Buddy
tice, Jeff Pearson, Patrick Wall. Second rowt Terrance Conner, Eric London, Patrick Nixon,
5-lvin London, Warren Garrison, Ray Jacobs, Mike Wuske, Larry Hayes, Keith Chamblee. Third
lv: Derrick Nixon, Lee Carden, Alfonso Nixon, Zarnell Hardison, Troy Lamb, David Fuller,
irrick Hasselt, Jason Fiouleau, Melvin Sharpless.
"Let's face it. There's no way to
go but up for these guys." The ju-
nior high football team's newly ac-
quired coach, Reuben Terry, spoke
fondly of his fellows who have the
potential of growth on the field as
well as in stature.
Coach Terry and the team sur-
vived a very tough season and are
prepared to face the challenge of
the coming year.
L. to R. - Top Row: Warren Garrison, Char-
lie Atkinson, Kerrie Henry, Stephen Jones,
Clarence Walker, Alfonso Nixon, Chuck
Batts, Willie Shepard. Bottom Row: Melvin
Sharpless, Willie Nixon, Tony Redd, Adrian
Spicer, Melvin London, Leroy Johnson, Keith
Who said man can't fly? Willie Nixon defies
gravity with his Air Jordans.
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Led by Coach Gibson, these
young men worked hard to improve
their skills on the court. Each of
these guys had his sights on the fu-
ture - making the J.V. team. With
the majority of their games in the
"win" column, the team was cer-
tainly on their way.
Willie Shepard approaches the basket with
confidence that he'Il make the shot.
Back: Wanda Mitchell, Esther Rochelle, Tiffany lrving, Luellyn Piver, Kim Nixon. Front: Sabrina
anders, Twanna Batts, Melody Mitchell, Missy Gunter. J R H
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Pirates went all the way in '85 to
bring home the trophy for the Coun-
ty Championship. Esther Rochelle,
Lulu Piver, and Missy Gunter led the
team to victory in fine style. The fe-
male portion ofthe athletic program
gained momentum for the coming
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Iayups, Drills such as these insure continued success throughout the season.
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Volleyball is a sport where im-
provement comes only from exper-
ience. lt usually takes at least two
years to really get the hang of
things, and junior high is where you
acquire the solid foundation of a
good fundamental-based talent.
When these girls reach a varsity lev-
el, the experience of learning the
basics and learning them correctly
will insure a strong varsity volleyball
Front: Jennifer Tucker, Melody Slater, Kim Johnson, Marckita Garrison, Yolanda Sidbury,
Jana Lake Back: Missy Gunter, Lori Fussell, Kim Nixon, Tiffany Irving, Tracey McCullen,
Tracey and Lori warm up in a bump circle before a match.
Jennifer practices her pass as coaches stress the importance of
A season championship was won
again by the baseball team. Their drive
and motivation last season inspired the
team to continue their tradition onto
the following year as they ended first
place in the conference.
Led by Mr. Hurst, a volunteer from
the community, these boys put forth
their best efforts to represent Topsail
Here's the wind-up .. . Chris concentrates on his
Front Warren Garrison Randall Edens Tony Redd, Adrian Spicer, Michael Davis, Eric Lon-
don Dwight Cox Melvin Sharpless Back Leroy Johnson, Melvin London, David Duncan,
Chris Loughlln Steven Jones Charlie Hall Ricky Southerland, Chuck Barts, Jason Ferrell.
Adrian keeps his eye on the ball as he prepares to slug it,
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citizens, as well as teachers and par- E I I I E S I N D I I I E
of student council members, enjoy the
and meal prepared for them by the
high student council.
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Left, Michael Shepard and Shelia Jacobs
carry on with familiar lunchtime talk while
selling tickets for the Homecoming Dance.
Preparation for the Thanksgiving feast is in
full swing as Tammy Lea, Denise Thomas,
Natalie Lake, and Robin Freeman assemble
pine cone turkeys to top the festive table-
This year's student council mem-
bers were not only voices of the stu-
dent body and organizers of
dances, but they were also expect-
ed to be tour guides for over 50 new
students that came to Topsail in
Guided tours were one of the
many services that the student
council provided. Homecoming, a
student council event, had a new
twist this year, being the first cere-
mony held on the fairly new football
field. They also decorated the cafe-
teria with bright tablecloths and
pine cone turkey centerpieces
which made for a festive atmo-
sphere. ln December, the student
council held its first ever Senior Citi-
zens' Banquet. It was a great suc-
cess with a large group in atten-
dance and plenty of food.
Student Council has many other
plans for the future as well. We ap-
preciate the past efforts of this or-
ganization and encourage them to
"keep up the good work."
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Senior Class Officers: President - David Williams, Vice-Pres. - J.D. Loughlin, Secretary -
Teresa Strickland, Treasurer f- Leigh Anne Fluegner.
AT THE HEAD
Junior Class Officers: Pres, H Lynn Swinson, Vice-Pres, --
Eddie Davis, Sec. - Dora Johnson, Treas. - Shelly Pearson.
fAbove rightl Sophomore Class Officers: Pres. - Tammie
Thomas, Vice-Pres. - Sandi Perry, Sec. - Shana Redd,
Treas. - Missy Register.
Clftightl Freshman Class Officers: Pres. - Tanya Pollard, Vice-
Pres. - Melody Slater, Sec. - David Duncan, Treas. -
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The basis of any good student
council on a high school level begins
in junior high. Here, the elected
members learn the basics of student
government and representation.
Such topics as attendance, atten-
dance policies and the improvement
of school pride among the student
body were planned. The junior high
took on such projects as completing
the courtyard and establishing
clean-up days during the lunches.
Susan Evans and Darrick Hassell
presided as co-presidents while Ann
Atkinson served as Secretary.
Shawn Shepard held the position of
Treasurer. Mrs. Bradford and Mr.
McGee ably advised the group.
Shawn Shepard and Lori Fussell listen intent-
ly while others discuss upcoming events.
Susan Evans, Darrick Hassell, Dana Jones,
Shawn Shepard, Ann Atkinson, Meg Satter-
tield, Pete Paschall, and Jeff Atkinson pose
after a long session.
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chance at the podium during elections.
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Beginning: Front, Carlton Batts, Billy Henderson, Barry Pierce, Angel-
ica Jones, Jason Brown, Dana Jones, Michelle Walton, Ann Atkinson,
Jennifer Betts, Mia Jenkins, Jennifer Hatcher, Eileen Julien, Sharon
Wilson, William Justice Second, Slynda Richards, Ann Fuller, Michael
Rivera, Latashia Nixon, Jeff Pearson, Terrence Conner, Matthew
Thomas, Jana Lake, Catherine Pierce, Jennifer Skipper, Meg Satter-
field, Joanna Taylor, Patrick Wall Back, Reggie Fuller, Yashica Mills,
Clareas Jacobs, Elizabeth Montgomery, John Ingram, Kelldrain Mar-
shall, Robert London, Jill Earp, Erik Morgan, Roy Batson, Eric Kissner,
Shannon Costin, Chuck Watts Kevin Hollis James Davis Moni ue
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Carrington, Eric Smith, Mrs. McChesney. Not pictured: Travis Geddie.
Marching: Front to back, l-rgTammie Thomas,
Shelia Jacobs, Chris Smith, John Taylor, Brad
Pate, Robbie Phillips, William Corbett, Curtis
Lee, Greg Mosher, Carla Meshaw, Cindy Skip-
per, Jennifer Cooper, Lesley Sanders, Deanna
Stephens, Kelly Phillips, Mrs. McChesney, Mary
Ward, Carina Michaud, Kelly Jordan, Tina Tay-
lor, Sandi Perry, LeAnn l-lorrell, Torra Jacobs,
Charlotte Ward, Adrian Spicer, Wendy pate,
Christy Stephens, Shana Redd, Sonya Jenkins,
Drusenda Jacobs, Mark Wright, Shannon
Reeves, Melanie Slater, Tanya Pollard, Brita For-
dan, Reid Sattertield, Sarah Johnson, Steven
Jones, Scott Crouch, Rachel Copp, Ann Hurd,
Wayne Ross, Leroy Johnson, Michael Batson,
Sabrina Lea, Melvin Sharpless, David MacAl-
pine, Kim Hollis, Not pictured: Demetrius Batts,
Eric Carter, Terrel Conner, Dwight Cox, Eddie
Davis, Michelle Ferrell, Brad George, Robbie
Gunter, Angela Harrell, Kim Johnson, Debbie,
Jones, Melody McClung, Melody Mitchell, Kristi
Neff, Kevin Nixon, Dawn Phillips, Josh Poteat,
Esther Rochelle, Shannon Shepard, Theresa Sid-
bury, Anthony Smith, Deanna Stephens, Amy
Stuckey, Joanna Stuckey, Linda Stutz, Clarence
Walker, Warren Garrison, Tammie Morgan, Yo-
landa Sidbury, Matese Sharpless.
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New band uniforms fill the bandroom as Brad
finds his own.
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ln a class of their own, Topsail
band students have a lot to be
proud of. "They are stronger and of
better quality this year than my
years here at Topsailf' says band
director, Mrs. McChesney. "There
are a larger number of good play-
ers." She also spoke of the increas-
ing desire for achievement as well as
having fun, a goal many teachers
strive for their students. The band
entertained at such parades as Hol-
ly Flidge, Maple Hill, and participat-
ed in competition at Pleasure Island,
Rocky Mount, and in Wilmington at
the Azalea Festival. According to
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Mrs. McChesney, it's difficult for the
band to place in parades due to
their large size. They must compete
with schools much larger than Top-
sail. In fact, their size doubled from
the previous year, including the ju-
nior high band that for its second
year traveled to Wilson for competi-
Within the next few years, Mrs.
McChesney sees a better prepared
band for concerts although they
need to work on showmanship.
"Our disadvantage, though, is be-
ginning band in 7th grade whereas
the other schools begin in Sth."
The T.H.S. bands, Mrs. McChes-
ney, and drum majors deserve a
generous amount of credit for their
concerted efforts and fine represen-
tation of our school.
Front: Micheal Davis, Penny Sidbury, Tarcher
Fuller, John Julien, Suzy Smith, Kerry Pad-
gett, Tony Blanton Second: Stacie Flyce, Da-
vid Kelly, Shawn Glahn, Lori Fussell, Jennifer
Tucker, Wendy Carter, Martha McClung,
Shawn Shepard, Wanda Mitchell, Missy Gun-
ter Back: Mrs. McChesney, Scott Bradshaw,
AI Nixon, Kerrie Henry, Lee Rimel, Chris
Sharpless, Flay Jacobs, Zarnell Hardison Not
pictured: Jamie Morgan, Misty Morgan,
Jason Rouleau, Shawn Sanderlin, Stephanie
Front: Shana Fledd, Tammie Thomas, Ann Hurd, Cindy Skipper
Second: Mrs. McChesney, Angela Harrell, Tammie Morgan Mi
chelle Ferrell Third: Leroy Johnson, Wayne Ftoss, Anthony Smith
Mark Wright, Brad Pate, hris Smith, Eddie Davis, Kristi Neff Back
Chris Sharpless, Scott Bradshaw, Ftay Jacobs, Dwight Cox, Melvin
Sharpless, Greg Mosher, Curtis Lee Not pictured: Wendy Sanders
Shawn Shepard, John Taylor, Al Nixon, Scott Crouch.
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The chorus participates in the "Elixir of
Members of the flag team are as follows: Back: Matese Sharpless,
Karen Lewis, Faye Ward, Sarah Johnson. Front: Druscenda Jacobs
and Theresa Sidbury. Majorettes Torra Jacobs, Yolando Sidbury, and
Mary Ward pictured at right.
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Sparkling sequins, swishing flags,
and the sweet sound of music pro-
duced ooh's and aah's throughout
attentive Pirate crowds.
The flag team, led by captains
Karen Lewis and Faye Ward, per-
formed their routines with emphasis
and motivation, causing spectators
to go wild,
Majorettes Torra Jacobs, -Mary
Ward, and Yolanda Sidbury pro-
duced a dazzling spectacle, burst-
ing with energy and perfection, fin-
ishing with a pose and smile.
Directed by Mrs. McChesney, the
chorus participated in the "Elixir of
Love", performed by the North
Carolina Traveling Opera.
This accumulation of talent cre-
ated a fulfilling sensation of art and
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DGING, LEARNING, LIV NIG
As red corpuscles surged to the
left side of their brains, some of
Topsail's academically gifted stu-
dents breezed through a test on the
genetic makeup of the common
Drosophila melanogaster. Although
their status in these exclusive orga-
nizations came from a lot of hard
work for the most part, some of
Topsail's best just seem to have
left Mrs Williams and Torra Jacobs anticipate the upcoming trip to Washington. Above,
Hanc Lisa Stroud David Grubbs and Michael Shepard listen intently to another one of
Woodcock s sermons on grade point averages.
what it takes in the smarts depart-
Down the hall a militaristic atmo-
sphere pervaded a classroom as
five Math Counts students expand-
ed their intellectual knowledge on
30-60-90 triangles and the laws of
sine and cosine. Coached this year
by Col. William Maus, his math-
ematics marvels lived by his famous
words: "Press on, troops!"
Experiencing the democratic pro-
cess first-hand was what our candi-
date, Torra Jacobs, was able to do
this year along with the Close-Up
advisor, Mrs. Kay Williams. They
spent a week in Washington, D.C.
observing the business of govern-
ment and meeting members of the
House and Senate.
The National Honor Society spent
their time worrying about grades.
Mrs. Woodock, their advisor, was
aware of each student's average
even before parents had caught a
glimpse of report cards.
Students, we're proud of you.
Organizations, Clubs 75
A group of six talented junior high
students made their school very
proud this year. These boys and
girls produced a magnificent two-
piece structure of Va" balsa wood
which held 114.2 lbs. They compet-
ed as an Odyssey of the Mind team
in schoolwide competition at Top-
sail Middle Schoool. This feat al-
lowed them to compete at East
Carolina University later in the year.
Kneeling: Lynette i-ludson, Julie Rivera, Mi
chael Rivera. Standing: Donnie O'Neal, Brian
Rivera, Pete Paschall.
The goal of FHA is to help youths
assume their roles in society
through home economics educa-
tion, personal growth, family life, vo-
cational preparation and communi-
ty involvement. These girls have de-
voted much time in school-related
projects such as: making chair cov-
ers for the basketball team, collect-
ing food for the needy at Thanksgiv-
ing, and selling carnations for Valen-
tine's Day. Responsibilities such as
these can insure a good future for
these young ladies.
76 Organizations, Clubs
Mrs. Mitchell, advisor, poses with some of the
FHA members: Tonja Brown, Lisa Sullivan,
Teresa Sidbury, and Lucy Howard.
Wendy Brown lV.P.j, Shelly Matthews fSec.
!Treas.J, Audrea Batts fPres.l.
Porrie Sidbury gives fellow bus driver, John
Batts, a few driving tips.
High School Bus Drivers: lTopt John Batts,
Teresa Batson, Porrie Sidburyg lBottomJ De-
metrius Batts, Eric White, Joe Batts.
Substitute Drivers: Cindy Smith, Kim Shipp,
Bobbie Jo Griffin, and Althea Rochelle,
f' , vnu
Primary School Drivers: Brad George, Tyann
Lamb, Byron Smith, Shelly Pearson, and
Being a bus driver takes a lot of
patience and endurance. And that is
what these students possessed.
How many of you could get up at
5:00 or earlier and still come to
school with a smile on your face?
Well, these students did that, and
did a very good job of it. Without
them, a lot of us would have been
walking to school every day. So
Organizations, Clubs 77
Although they usually don't get the recogni-
tion they deserve, library and office aides do a
tremendous job for our school. You can usually
find an office aide handing out absentee re-
ports, or doing various jobs for Mrs. Daniels,
the school's secretary. The library aides are
continually kept busy checking books in and
out, arranging them in order on the shelves, or
assisting Ms. Hughes, the school's librarian.
According to Becky Waters, foffice aidel, "Be-
ing an aide really helps you in secretarial skills
and such. I really enjoyed itl"
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78 Organizations, Clubs
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and Mrs. Daniels, fsecretaryl
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Michelle Parker, John Baits, Ramona New, Kevin Fuller, Michelle Batts. Third
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God made a special person when he made you and
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have grown up to be. l hope that you will find real
happiness, and all your dreams will come true, but most
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Congratulations Class Ot 1986
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and hope for the future There will be other
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conversation, in charity, in spirit, in
faith, in purity. 2 Timothy 4:12.
Mark, we love you, and are proud of COUQVQTUIGUOUS, Wendell-
you- The Future Belongs To You.
Love, Mom, Dad, and John
Mom and Dad
Footprints in the sand of time
And may you live beside the sea,
And watch the race of people go by
With the very best in the future,
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it. May God ever
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proud of you.
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Flush 81 Dad
May you always be blessed with good
thoughts and deeds. And forever
blessed with the love of God in your
heart. When you've got that, you don't
need anything else, and there's nothing
that you can't do. We always have
been and always will be so very proud
We Love You,
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love you. Always put God first in
your life and you will never fail.
Mama 81 Daddy
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Always Keep 'Em Laughing
Like You Have Us!
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Enjoy each phase of your lute
WE LOVE YOU'
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You didn't hold out for the "out-of-the
ordinary" or the "uncola," but preferred
the down-home taste of Sundrop.
Phil Collins was the favorite choice of
groupsfsolo artists followed by Prince
and Freddy Jackson.
Dizza Hut won by a landslide in the most popular restaurant. Students
upport this Wrightsville Beach establishment faithfully, as it is always
i popular hangout for teenagers in this area.
Through the years, we experience
many fads and favorites. Later in
life, they become reminders of our
teenage years. The yearbook staff
polled a large percentage of the stu-
dent body and compiled an accu-
rate account of your "passing fan-
Is it the upbeat tempoed music or
the East Coast-influenced styles
they wear that attract you to this hot
television series? Whatever it is,
over SOOA, of you chose "Miami
Vice" as you iff T.V. show. And
actor? Why, Don Johnson, of
course. In close second, came "The
Cosby Show" with Bill Cosby as
your second favorite actor.
Heather Thomas, of the "Fall
Guy" and Ally Sheedy of such mov-
ies as "St Elmo's Fire" were rated
as your favorite actresses.
Many of you spent the past sum-
mer, or part of the summer, work-
ing. The majority of you worked in
restaurants. Golf courses and gro-
cery stores came next.
For those of you who love good
jokes, you enjoy the ones by Eddie
Murphy the most. Bill Cosby also
seems to tickle your funny bone.
When you aren't in school or at
your job, most of you spend your
free time playing sports such as
basketball, volleyball, surfing, skat-
ing, or softball. Since we are re-
stricted on the pictures we take, it
wouldn't be appropriate to cover
your second favorite hobby, party-
Representing a favorite pastime, students
demonstrate their love for sports.
Michael Shepard is putting posters up while
Mr. Jordan is taking a leisurely walk down the
Loaded with homework, Monique Carrington
prepares to go home
' labove-J The mad dash to the classroom is
broken as Zarnell 5-lardlson makes a quick
trip to his locker. irightl Michael Oppegaard
checks Eric Rogers' hair for fleas,
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and Willis Moore walk in harmony together
like a family. K
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The senior high hallways at THS
have always been a place to find
good conversation and comic relief
between classes. With only tive min-
utes to catch their breath, it wouid
seem impossible for students to find
time for tan. However, gossip,
laughter and surprising situations
spread through the halls, awakening
their senses. Enthusiastic crowds
find their own corners in which to
socialize, and in this short time, stu-
dents can "be themselves". Tired
Too much homework is giving Shannon
Reeves back problems.
minds find a welcome relief from the
daily grind of the classroom.
Junior High students only wish
they were so lucky. With a mere
three minutes in which to change
classes, they barely have time to
open their lockers before the bell is
ringing. Obviously, this cuts down
considerably on socializing, min-
gling, and their oftentimes "friendly
spate". This is the truly "energized"
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It wasn't easy for this close group of friends to
pose without clowning around.
Byron Smith and Lori Hobbs share one more hug
before Mr. Kermon comes along.
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labovel Yolanda, Kim, and Marcklta enjoy a
little gossip during lunch. lrlghtj Jrr high best
friends seem to be posing lor GG Magazine-
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A newcomer to Tl-lS campus is
sure to recognize one trait which
distinguishes us from all the rest.
in the past year, many have
shared laughter, tears, and smiles.
This was all part ofthe close friends
and even closer couples which
made up our student body.
Suzanne Wicker and David Batts, like many
other couples on campus, cherish a few af-
Tyann Lamb and Teresa Batson enjoy a mo-
ment ot free time in the smoking area.
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Not a day went by without seeing
two best friends sharing a secret, a
couple staring starry-eyed at each
other oblivious to anyone but them-
selves, or a group of familiar faces
scheming the next big party.
Close student relationships really
made for a fun school year. ln this
way, Topsail is "like no other",
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The Jacobs clan - Clareas, Torra, Ray, and
Shelia -W span the grades from 7 to 12.
Tracy and Tonia Howard love to tease each
other between classes.
Joanna and Amy Stuckey are sisters and
Brothers and sisters - sharing
secrets, helping out in a pinch, and
becoming involved in harmless sib-
ling rivalry. Topsail High claims
many 'tfamilies" within its ranks. We
are certain this helps make a closer-
knit student body.
Students and teachers alike rec-
ognize resemblances: "Aren't you
Jeff and Ann Atkinson are not surprised that
older brother Charlie was too late to get into
Melvin London, Fred Sidbury and Eric Lon-
don are just "too cool."
so-and-so's little brother?" "You
seem to be as crazy as that brother
of yours!" Siblings must put up with
comments such as these.
With the recent addition of 7th
and 8th graders to the senior high,
the accumulation of brothers and
sisters created a circle of friendship
throughout the hallways.
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Vlfendell Neville finds that older modeled cars
suit his tastes perfectly. The convertible top
is just right for a night tor dayl on the town.
William Corbett, Eddie English, and Gene
Taylor take the pus home. Could they be
dreaming ol the day when they'll turn 16 and
can sport their car around campus?
Four wheel drives were popular this year.
Here, Alan Cutler displays his truck which
has seen many a mudhole land car washl.
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Bob Duncan proudly sits behind the wheel of his candy apple red Mustang.
Some Topsail students really know how to
rough up a car. Phillip Strange's VW Bug has
been through it all,
The entire student parking lot is
total desolation. All is quiet and still.
Suddenly, the sacred bell rings
throughout the campus. lt takes a
billionth of a second for the brain to
send signals to the nerves for a re-
action. The cries of another school
day's end fills the air and students
burst through doorways and crowd
the halls. Two by two, or in groups,
these students meander to the park-
ing lot. lt is once more filled with the
familiar sounds of cars revving up,
beeping horns, radios turned up full
Eric Smith and James Davis get home the
economical way - they let their tennis shoes
do the walking.
volume, and friendly shouts to
friends. This is the time one must
decide his means of transportation,
Will it be the faithful yellow school
bus, lvlom in the family wagon, a
ride with a chum, or could you pos-
sibly be one of the lucky ones and
have a brand new 4-wheel drive for
classic lvlustangl awaiting you in the
parking lot? Whatever it may be, the
major consideration of the day is
transportation. Socializing on the
bus or taking a Zip trip with friends
is a relieving way to release frustra-
ln a cloud of exhaust, one by one
the cars disappear.
Campus Life 123
Jr. high students crowd the bench outside in
order to show ott their "style",
Two pairs of brightiy colored "vans" meet during
lunch. Footwear has become as eyefcatchirig as
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Sattertield model their versions, Right: Grady
Funderburk, ISS coordinator, is dressed to
"hypnotize" perched on his Mazda RX7,
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What's fashion? Anything that
shows a person's individuality, and
style. Needless to say, we do have a
lot of that at Topsail. For instance,
how could anyone miss Renee
McGee gallivanting around campus
in her glittering, glowing garb?
But fashion isn't just the clothes
you wear. It can be the way you do
your hair, or the car you drive. Most
students like to express their individ-
uality in these ways.
Shannon Baum models his favorite look -
casual but stylish in a two-toned jacket.
Dressed in one of her less extravagant outfits,
Renee McGee certainly gives fashion a new
definition at Topsail.
Fashion can be influenced by a
number of things. ln the Topsail
area, the beach has been the main
influence on our students' styles.
Sunglasses, Ocean Pacific sports-
wear, and jams show up throughout
the campus. The fact that it's 300
below outside has no effect at all!
No matter what day of the week,
or the season of the year, you'll al-
ways see a variety of styles at THS.
Campus Lite 125
Advertising her favorite fad, Aileen Julien poses
with friends Erik Morgan, Jennifer Hatcher, Jen-
nifer Barts, and Travis Geddie.
i'Only a month to go!" these smiling hopefuls
optirnisticaily proclaim. But Carla Meshaw, Wen-
dy Pate, LeAnn l-lorrell, Dawn Phillips, and Cindy
Skipper enjoy their braces while they can.
Freshmen flaunt their foil tinery! Reid Salter- f if
field, Josy Poteat, and Scott Crouch head
back i0 band Cl8SS.
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Braces are beautiful! demonstrates Steph-
anie Covil with a shy smile.
The Tin Grin ls ln!
The ultimate fad that's been go-
ing on here for years finally steps
into the limelight. We encourage
those ot you who are up on the
times to "flaunt your metal". There
are many who are not as fortunate
to share the thrill of braces as some
are. To sign out early, spend the
afternoon with your friendly orth-
odontist, gain yet another packet of
rubberbands, and take Tylenol for
pain the rest of the day is truly en-
joying the full essence of braces. Oh
sure, there are some who think
themselves authentic and they sport
retainers. But these aren't bona fide
metal wearers. So rise up, ye cho-
sen onesl This is your day to shine!
These guys really do have something to smile about as William Justice, Brad Pate, Chris Smith,
and Mark Wright share the classic brace-wearing tad.
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I-IOIVIECOIVIING CELEBHATIGN '85-'86
Above, Teresa Strickland escorted by Eric
Groves. Charlotte Ward escorted by Lorenzo
Marshall Left, Teresa Eiatson escorted by
Pictured abovei Maid of Honor, Lori Hobbs,
escorted by Byron Smith, Holly Atkinson,
1985 Queeng and the 1986 Homecoming
Queen, Leigh Anne Ruegner, escorted by Mi-
This was a year for firsts. A new
tradition of having homecoming on
the football field was begun. The
lovely girls rode in beautiful, expen-
sive cars tnone of which were their
own, unfortunatelylj and the boys
looked stunning in their tuxedos.
Then came the announcement of
Queen and Maid of Honor. The Maid
of Honor was Miss Lori Hobbs and
the Homecoming Queen was Miss
Leigh Anne Ruegner. And even
though we lost the game, the cheer-
leaders and excitement of the even-
ing kept our spirits high. At the
dance afterwards, the Queen and
her court had the first dance, and
everyone had a great time. The
1985-86 Homecoming was a big
Campus Life 129
Torra Jacobs escorted by John Batts.
Tonya l-lousand escorted by Eddie Davis.
130 cariipiie Life
Cyndi Brown escorted by Shane Baum Shelly Pearson escorted by l-lal Lee.
Natalie Lake escorted by Alan Cutler. Karen Brite escorted by Tommy FthOdeS
Mike Smith lays back for a touch-
Cheerleaders share an inside joke
with the team on their spirit ban-
Lisa Lewis escorted by Jeremy Newton,
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Christina Craven escorted by Curtis Lee. Tgmyg Pgllard escorted by David
Teresa and Joey await their turn at practice
for the Homecoming procession.
David Grubbs encourages Byron Smith to let
him be Lori's stand-in for the big event,
Campus Life 13t
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Some likely candidates for the Halloween Bash
costume contest gather on the dance floor.
"M 8 Me will not melt in your mouth," declare
Leigh Anne and Robin as they prepare for a pig
night at the Halloween dance.
Above, Dwight Malloy, Topsails own DJ., is
hard at work. Flight, the ever popular meeting
place - the Zip Mart!
132 Campus Life
Shannon Reeves and Student Council spon-
sor, Dorothy Braggs, seem to be enjoying the
festivities during the dance.
YOU HAD TG HAVE
Monday through Friday, students
were in class studying diligently, at
jobs off campus, or involved in ex-
tra-curricular activities. But what
about the other two days of the
week? What did we do then? RAR-
TY! Where did we party? ANY-
For many Topsail students, the
meeting place was the Zip Mart on
Highway 17. There we could plan
out the various weekend activities.
Brad Pate shows off his new-found friend at
the Halloween Bash.
Then it was off to have some fun.
Remember the wild parties at the
reservation, Lyndie's Shop in Edge-
combe, the Pizza Hut after the
games, and the famous "cuI-de-
sacs"? ffamous to students and
cops alikelb And how about those
Without these mini-social events,
life would have been a drag. lt never
seemed to matter where we were,
we usually had a good time!!
Campus Life 133
BATSON, JENNIFER: FHA3 Teacher's Aide 1, 23 Bible Club 13
Creative Writing Award 23 Pep Club 33 Who's Who Among
American High School Students 4.
BATSON, RICKY: Track lWilIistonJ 13 Soccer 1, 33 Football 1,
BATSON, TERESA: Drama Club 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 33 Pep
Club 1, 23 FCA 33 FBLA 33 Homecoming Court 3, 43 Bus Driver
BATTS, MICHELLE: Glee Club 13 Bible Club 1, 23 Chorus 3, 43
Primary Aide 3.
BATTS, SCHNETSKA: Softball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Pep
Club 1, 2, 43 Bible Club 13 Band 13 FHA 2, 43 Spanish Club 2,
43 Drama Club 23 Close-up Club 4.
BERGER, JIM: Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 FCA 2, 33 Computer
BURKE, DIANA: FHA 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Clipper Staff 33
Honor Roll 33 Perfect Attendance 3.
CLAYTON, SONYA: Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 13 Perfect Attendance 1, 2,
3, 43 Scorekeeper 13 FHA 23 Bible Club 13 Teacher's Aide 1, 43
Spanish Club 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 FCA 3, 43 Library
DANIEL SHAWN: J.V. Football 23 FCA 1, 2, 33 Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4.
DUNCAN, BOB: Marching Band 1, 23 Computer Club 13
Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 1, 23 Symphonic Band 13
Sophomore Class Secretary 23 National Honor Society 1, 2, 33
Varsity Baseball 2.
EDWARDS, KIM: Creative Writing Award 13 FHA 2, 33 Pep
Club 23 Volleyball 3, 43 Volleyball Captain 43 Who's Who
Among High School Students 4.
ELMORE, BILL: J.V. Basketball 13 Jr. High Baseball 13 March-
ing Band 1, 23 Varsity Baseball 23 Symphonic Band 23 Pep
FRANCIS, ANGIE: "Choral Knights" QRoIand Grisel 13 Debs
Girls' Club lRoIand Grisel 13 Carolyns Girls' Club fHoggardl 23
Homeroom Rep. 33 Prom Committee 33 Softball 43 Teacher's
Aide 43 Fundraising Committee 4.
FREEMAN, ROBIN: FHA 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Volley-
ball 1, 43 Class Treasurer 1, 23 Class Vice Pres. 33 Primary
School Teacher's Aide 1, 23 Varsity Cheerleading 2, 33 Jr.
High Volleyball Statistician 23 Prom Committee 33 Yearbook 33
Yearbook Business Manager 43 Student Council 3, 4.
FULLER, KEVIN: J.V. Basketball 13 Drama Club 1, 2, 33 Pep
Club 13 Band 13 FCA 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 23 J.V. Football
23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Who's Who
Among American High Schools 4.
FULLER, RENEE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep
Club 13 Band 13 Statistician 13 FHA 23 FCA 33 Fundraising
GEDDIE, SUSAN: Basketball lPender Academyl 1, 23 Softball
1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball fPender Academyl 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23
FHA 13 Monogram Club lPender Academyl 13 Close-Up 33
Prom Committee 33 Fundraising Committee 3, 43 Basketball
Stats 43 Yearbook Photography Editor 4.
GRAHAM, LISA: Teacher's Aide 1, 23 Pep Club 23 FHA 23
Library Aide 3, 4.
GRUBBS, DAVID: Golf 1, 3, 43 Marching Band lj Pep Band 13
Spanish Club 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Student Council
3, 43 Boys' State Rep. 33 Close-Up 3: Yearbook Staff 3.
HANSLEY, JAMES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep
Club 1, 23 Basketball 23 FCA 1, 2, 3.
HARDEE, MICHAEL: Jr. High Basketball 13 Homeroom Rep.
13 J.V. Basketball 23 Close-Up Club 23 Auto Club Pres. 33
Fundraising Committee 43 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 4.
HOBBS, LORI: Pep Club lLaney Highl 13 Art Club fLaney
Highl 23 Pom Pom Squad qLaneyl 23 Newspaper Staff 33
Yearbook Staff Layout Editor 43 Homecoming Court Maid of
Honor 43 Library Aide 4.
HUTTON, D.J. FHA 1, 23 Drama Club 1, 23 Yearbook Staff 2.
JACOBS, SHELIA: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 43
Drama Club 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Major
3, 43 Bible Club 13 Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 43 FCA 2, 3, 43
Spanish Club 3, 43 Cheerleader 33 Prom Committee 33 JTPA
3, 43 Student Council 4.
KING, MARK: Teachers' Aide 1, 2, 33 Jr. High Basketball 13
J.V. Basketball 23 Auto Club 33 Varsity Football 4.
LAMB, TYANN: Drama 1, 2, 3, 43 FCA 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball 2, 33
Pep Club 23 Close-Up Club 33 Library Club 43 Bus Driver 3, 4.
LEE, HAL: French Club llrmo Highl 1, 23 Chess Club flrmo
Highl 33 Spanish Club 33 Varsity Soccer 3, 4.
LEITCH, PATRICIA: FHA 1, 23 Teachers Aide 1, 23 Pep Club
1, 23 Library Assistant 23 Prom Committee 33 Clipper Staff 33
Fundraising Comm. 3, 43 Softball 4.
LOUGHLIN, J.D.: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Class Vice-Pres. 4.
MARSHALL, CALVIN: Jr. High Basketball 13 Jr. High Baseball
13 Varsity Soccer 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 J.V. Basketball 23 J.V.
Football 23 Varsity Football 33 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Varsity
MARSHALL, LORENZO: J.V. Basketball 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2,
33 Bus Driver 33 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Varsity Soccer 3, 43
McLEAN, RACHAEL: Band 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 33
J.V. Softball 13 Varsity Softball 2, 43 Speech 81 Drama Club 23
Varsity Volleyball Stats. 3, 43 Jr. High Volleyball Stats. 3, 43
FCA 3, 43 JTPA 4.
MIDGETT, MARK: Art Club 13 Computer Club 13 Marching
Band 1, 23 Chess Club 2, 33 Pep Band 2, 33 Varsity Baseball
MOORE, CHRIS: Bible Club 13 Baseball 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23
FCA 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4.
MOORE, WILLIS: Jr. High Basketball 13 J.V. Basketball 23
Varsity Soccer 23 Auto Club 33 Varsity Football 3, 43 FCA 3, 4.
NEVILLE, WENDELL: J.V. Football 23 Chess Club 3.
NEW, RAMONA: Basketball 2, 33 Handball 13 Folkdance 13
Gymnastics 2 fN.Y.l3 Chorus 33 Fundraising Comm. 4I
NIXON, BARBARA: Bible Club 1, 2.
NIXON, KEVIN: Bible Club 13 FCA 2, 3.
ROWLAND, CASS: Art Club 13 Drama Club 13 Chorus 1, 2, 33
FCA 1, 2, 43 J.V. Football 23 Auto Club 2, 33 Bible Club 23
Varsity Football 3, 43 3rd Place in Talent Show 3.
RUEGNER, LEIGH ANNE: Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2,
33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Close-Up Club 1, 23 Yearbook 3, 43
Homecoming Court 3, 43 Homecoming Oueen 43 Prom
Comm. 33 Class Officer fTreasurerl Fundraising Comm. 3, 43
Drama Club 3, 43 Yearbook Editor 4.
SHEPARD, MICHAEL: Marching Band 1, 23 Basketball Stats.
1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. High Baseball 13 Intramural Basketball 13 Sym-
phonic Band 23 Pep Club 23 National Honor Society 3, 43
Student Council 3, 43 Junior Marshall 33 Who's Who Among
American High School 33 Student Council Vice-Pres. 43 Boys'
SIDBURY, FREDRICK: Bible Club 13 Art Club 13 Chorus 13
Pep Club 1, 23 FCA 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Pirate Mascot 3.
SIDBURY, HAROLD: J.V. Basketball 13 Pep Club 13 Band 1,
23 Varsity Basketball 33 Bus Driver 3, 4.
SMITH, BYRON: Teacher's Aide 2, 33 J.V. Basketball Stat. 23
Bus Driver 3, 43 Varsity Soccer 33 Auto Club 3.
SMITH, MIKE: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Close-Up 23 Spanish Club 2,
33 Who's Who Among American High School Students 33
Homeroom Rep. 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football 3, 43
J.V. Football 23 FCA 2, 3, 4.
STRICKLAND, TERESA: Homecoming Court 1, 2, 43 Jr. High
Basketball Mgr.!Jr. High Baseball Mgr. 1, 23 Prom Comm. 33
Fundraising Comm. 3, 43 Jr. Class Sec. 33 Sr. Class Sec. 4.
THOMAS, DENISE: Jr. High Girls Basketball 13 Pep Club 13 Jr.
High Softball 13 Varsity Girls Baseball 23 National Honor Soci-
ety 23 National Honor Society Pres. 33 Student Council Trea-
surer 33 Student Council Pres. 4.
WARD, CHARLOTTE: Jr. High Softball 13 Bible Club 23 Pep
Club 1, 2, 43 J.V. Cheerleader 13 Basketball Stat. 23 Flagteam
2, 3, 43 FCA 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 33 FHA 33 Student Council
Rep. Exec. Comm. Sec. 3, 43 Eastern District Assoc. of Stu-
dent Council Delegate 33 Homecoming Court 3, 43 Prom Fun-
draising Comm. Chairperson 33 Teacher's Aide 3, 43 Varsity
Cheerleader 3, 43 Cafeteria Worker 4.
WATERS, BECKY: French 1, 23 Lib. Club Sec. 13 Lib Club
Vice-Pres. 23 FHA 13 Yearbook Staff 13 Basketball 23 Home-
coming Court CAyden-Griftonl 23 Science Club 33 Drama 33
FBLA 35 Office Aide 4.
WATERS, JOHN: Library Club 1, 23 Science Club 1, 23 Quiz
Bowl 23 French Club fAyden-Griftonj 23 Chorus 4.
WILLIAMS, DAVID: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf 1, 2, 3, 43
Marching Band 1, 23 Soph. Class Pres. 23 Book Club Pres. 23
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Class Pres. 33 Career Explorer
Post Pres. 33 Sr. Class Pres. 43 FCA 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4.
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1986
Class Flower - Red Rose
Class Color - Blue
Class Motto - "To do a great right,
do a little wrong."
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t we V ss
Susan freaks out as Mrs. Campbell forces her
to yet another session at the summer year-
book workshop at UNC Chapel Hill.
ln between drawing layouts and writing copy, Cindy, Julie,
Tonya, and Torra pose for a shot.
Who Said lt'd Be Easy?
Don't let the photos fool you -
under all their ridiculousness, corny
jokes, quips, and lewd mannerisms,
this year's yearbook staff worked
harder than ever to give their stu-
dent body a yearbook to remember.
It wasn't easy, but then again, who
said it'd be?
Our dedicated and loyal advisor,
Mrs. Campbell, victoriously led us
through deadlines, piles of layouts,
and the monotonous days of ad sell-
our intrepid editor. Without her ex-
pertise on the art of layouts, copy,
etc., there's no telling where we'd
be now. She always succeeded in
getting in her two cent's worth, but
we loved her just the same.
This year, we walked the extra
mile to present to you something
that will hopefully sustain your high
school memories in the years to
And boy are we glad it's done!
ing. And then there was Leigh Anne,
' ii mf-
Clockwise from front: Leigh Anne Ftuegner, Lori Hobbs, Dora Johnson, Susan
Geddie, Amy Henderson, Lisa Lewis, Tonya Housand, Cindy Brown, Julie Neff,
Torra Jacobs, Natalie Lake, and Susan Satterfield. Not shown: Robin Freeman,
Leigh Anne Ruegner relieves her tensions by hanging
upside down in her dorm room at Chapel l-lill during the
Jostens Yearbook workshop.
Allen, Donna 24
Allen, Doris 30
Arnold, Loran 24
Asbury, Rick 26
Clement, Jimmy 27
Collins, Elizabeth 21
Conner, Clint 27
Conner, Gwendolyn 72
Atkinson, Ann 33, 62, 71, 72,
Atkinson, Charlie 27, 44, 61,
Atkinson, Jeff 33, 71, 121
Azzolesi, Nicola 32
Baran, Elizabeth 7, 9
Batson, Audrea 24, 76
Batson, Jennifer 7, 134
Batson, Michael 21, 55, 72
Batson, Ricky 7, 94, 134
Batson, Roy 33, 63, 72
Batson, Teresa 7, 12, 77, 78,
Batts, Becky 30
Batts, Carlton 33, 72
Batts, Carolyn 24
Batts, Chuck 27, 44, 64, 67
Batts, David 21, 119
Batts, Demetrius 21, 77
Batts, Jennifer 33, 72, 126
John 21, 50, 77, 78, 130
Joseph 21, 77
Batts, Michelle 7, 12, 78, 111,
Batts, Schnetska 7, 12, 57,
108, 120, 134
Batts, Scott 30
Batts, Shelly 27
Batts, Twanna 27, 53, 65, 120
Shane 21, .30
Shannon 27, 125
Benton, Bobby 7
Benton, Mr. Tom 16, 20
Berger, Jim 7, 46, 134
Billings, Karen 30
Billings, Kimberly 33
Blanton, Tony 31, 73
Bledsoe, Eleanor 21
Bolton, Woody 33
Bradford, Mrs. Gloria 17
Boughner, Robert 27
Boyd, Melissa 24
, James 21, 23
Bradshaw, Jeff 35
Bradshaw, John 27
Bradshaw, Scott 30, 73
Conner, Leandris 8, 12, 15
Conner, Terrance 33, 63, 72
Cooke, Traye 59
Cooper, Jennifer 27, 172
Copp, Rachel 24, 48, 52, 72
Corbett, William 27, 72, 122
Cosby, Malcolm 33
Coston, Mrs. Marcy 20
Coston, Sandra 21
Coston, Shannon 33, 72
Covil, Stephanie 33, 127
Covil, Stephen 27
Cox, Dwight 27, 67, 73
Craven, Christina 27, 48, 60,
Crawford, Kay 33
Crouch, Scott 29, 72, 73, 126
Cutler, Alan 21, 44, 55, 122,
Cutler, Ms. Carol 17, 56, 57
Daniel, Mrs. Gail 16, 78
Daniel, Shawn 7, 46, 134
Davis, Eddie 21, 38, 44, 55,
70, 73, 130
Davis, James 33, 72, 123
Davis, Michael 30, 67, 73
Davis, Victor 32, 33
Dawson, Robert 20
Deacon, Michael 21, 37
Dean, Larry 32
Dellobuono, Danny 27
Dickerson, Elva 21
Dion, Stacey 30
Dixon, Roland 33
Dixon, Stevie 29
Dortch, Fred 27
Doyle, Bernadette 33
Doyle, Shawn 30
Duncan, David 27, 67, 70, 131
Dyer, Kristin 30
Dyer, Todd 24
Eaches, Linda 30
Earp, Jill 33, 72
Edens, Randall 27, 67
Edgell, David 26
Edgell, Debbie 32
Edgell, Robert 35
Funderburk, Mr. Grady 16, 44,
Fussell, Lori 30, 66, 71, 73
Gales, Greg 29
Gales, Paula 33
Ganon, Mike 26
Garrison, Marckita 27, 66, 117
Garrison, Warren 29, 61, 63,
Garriss, Rodney 29
Geddie, Dennis 30, 35
Geddie, Susan 8, 10, 12, 41,
56, 57, 94, 95, 106, 134, 137
Geddie, Travis 33, 126
George, Brad 21, 77
Gibson, Mr. Ed 18, 48, 49, 64,
Gibson, Sabra 27
Gizinksi, Dennis 26
Gizinksi, Shannon 30
Glahn, Shawn 30, 73
Gore, Craig 33
Graham, Brad 33
Graham, Lisa 10, 78, 113, 134
Graham, Nickey 21, 23, 44
Graham, Robin 33
Green, Jason 63
Griffin, Bobbie Jo 21, 77
Griffith, Mike 9, 50, 51, 55
Grindstalf, Billy 21
Groves, Eric 129
Grubbs, Mrs. Doris 18, 38
Grubbs, David 10, 37, 58, 75,
110, 131, 134
Gunter, Missy 30, 65, 66, 73
Gunter, Robbie 24, 46
Gurganous, Kelly 29
Hall, Charlie 27, 67
Hall, Mrs. Marie 20
Hanc, Martin 37, 75
Hanna, Cindy 10
Hansen, Scott 27
Hansley, James 10, 12, 44, 134
Howard, Tonia 30, 120
Howard, Tracy 30, 120
Howell, Bernard 33
Howell, Keith 24
Howell, Lisa 30
Hudsonf Lynette 76
Hudson, Steven 30
Huff, Paul 27
Hughes, Ms. Diane 18, 78
Hunter, Timothy 32
Hurd, Ann 24, 72, 73
Hutton, D. J. 10, 106, 134
Ingram, John Scott 33, 72
Ingram, John 24
Irving, Tiffany 27, 67, 66
Jacobs, Clareas 33, 72, 120
Jacobs, Drusenda 27, 72, 74
Jacobs, Ray 30, 63, 73, 120
Jacobs, Sheila 11, 12, 52, 53,
57, 69, 72, 78, 120, 134
Jacobs, Torra 21, 42, 72, 75,
120, 124, 137
James, Mr. Dan 18, 23
Jarman, Russell 27
Jenkins, Mia 34, 72
Jenkins, Sonya 28, 72
Johnson, Dora 21, 42, 43, 57,
Johnson, Kevin 30
Jonnson, Kim 28, 48, 66
Johnson, Leroy 28, 61, 64, 67
Johnson, Marcy 29
Johnson, Sarah 21, 41, 72, 74
Johnston, Kansas 35
Jones, Angelica 34, 72
Jones, Carol 34
Jones, Dana 34, 62, 71, 72
Jones, Debbie 28
Jones, Jeff 11, 46
Jones, Missy 28
Jones, Phillip 34
Jones, Steven 28, 46, 61, 64,
Hansley, Jewanta 30
Hansley, Osahal 33
Hansley, Tabitha 30
Hansley, Terri 24, 78
Braggs, Ms. Dorothy 16, 133
Branch, Tammy 27
Brandon, Ryan 31
Branhan, Rodney 35
Brite, Karen 24, 130
Brite, Tony 27
Brooks, Mark 35
Brown, Cyndi 21, 42, 43, 130,
Edwards, Kim 10, 48, 53, 134
Ellington, Scott 4, 33
Ellis, Ms. Kathy 17, 20
Elmore, Susan 27
English, Eddie 27, 122
Eubank, Anna 24, 57
Euglow, John 27
Euglow, Onna 30
Brown, Glyndal 7, 12, 113
Brown, James 33
Brown, Jason 33, 71, 72
Brown, Kirk 17
, Tonia 27, 76
, Wendy 24, 76
Thomas Kevin 30
Diana 7, 134
Campbell, Mrs. Annette 17
Carden, Lee 27, 63
Carrington, Monique 30, 116,
Carter, Ennett 21, 44
Carter, Eric 5, 27
Carter, Steven 33
, Timmy 27
Carter, Mr. Tommy 5, 17
Carter, Wendy 30, 73
Eustace, Doug 30
Evans, Brian 21
Evans, Susan 30, 62, 71
Ferrell, Jason 27, 67
Ferrell, Michelle 24, 37, 57,
Fisher, Rhonda 27
Fordan, Brita 27, 72
Forgach, Greg 24
Foy, Mr. Richard 17, 46
Francis, Angela 10, 84, 134
Frazier, Mr. Tom 17, 46, 47
Freeman, Robin 9, 10, 69, 109,
123, 134, 137
Fuller, Ann 33, 72
Fuller, David 33, 63
Fuller, Mrs. Dora 20
Fuller, Kevin 10, 12, 46, 78,
Chamblee, Keith 27, 63, 64
Cherry, Miss Wanda 16
Clark, Becky 30
Clayton, Sonya 7, 12, 53, 57,
78, 109, 117, 134
Fuller, Reggie 33, 72
Fuller, Renee 10, 12, 53, 56,
Fuller, Tarcher 30, 73
Hansley, Zanetta 21
Hardee, Michael 10, 12, 13,
50, 94, 95, 129, 134
Hardison, Zarnell 30, 63, 73,
Harker, Andy 29
Harrell, Angela 27, 48, 60, 66,
Harrell, Mrs. Vicki 60
Hartsfield, Michael 33
Hassell, Darrick 30, 63, 67, 71
Hassell, Mrs. Virginia 20
Hatcher, James 24, 39, 58, 59
Hatcher, Jennifer 33, 62, 72,
Hayes, Larry 33, 63
Hedgepeth, William 24
Henderson, Amy 24, 57, 137
Henderson, Billy 33, 72
Henry, Kerri 32, 64, 73
Hewett, Scott 33
Hill, Karum 33, 62
Hobbs, Billy 30, 32
Hobbs, Lori 10, 12, 78, 118,
129, 134, 137
Hodges, Robbie 24
Hollis, Kevin 33, 72
Hollis, Kim 24, 72
Hollis, Jamie 24
Horn, Ronald 32
Horrell, LeAnn 27, 72, 126
Horrell, Marti 24, 37, 48, 49
Housand, Tonya 21, 42, 130,
Howard, Lucy 24, 76
Howard, Shawn 32
Jones, Mrs. Susan 18
Jongema, Cathy 21
Jordan, Mr. Earl 18, 20
Jordan, Eric 32
Jordan, Jason 21, 58
Jordan, Kelly 28, 72
Julien, Eileen 34, 72, 126
Julien, John 30, 73, 75
Justice, Buddy 30, 34, 63, 72,
Justice, David 34
Justice, Stephen 32
Kegel, Martin 7, 21, 46, 58
Kegel, Mrs. Phyllis 139
Kelly, David 30, 73
Kermon, Mr. Bob 16
King, Gary 34
King, Mrs. Jean 18
King, Larry 29
King, Mark 9, 11, 12, 46, 108,
Kirk, Anthony 22
Kirk, Kristie 28, 53
Kissner, Eric 2, 34, 72
Lafave, Brian 34
Lake, Jana 30, 66, 72
Lake, Natalie 24, 48, 69, 130,
Lamb, Troy 30, 63
Lamb, Tyann 11, 77, 78, 119,
Langley, Michelle 28
Lanier, Crystal 35
Lanier, Jennifer 28
Lea, Sabrina 28, 72
Lea, Tammy 22, 69
Lee, Curtis 22, 23, 44, 55, 72,
Lee, Hal 7, 11, 44, 130, 134
eitch, Patricia 11, 134
,ennon, Lillian 34
ethco, Christine 34
,ewis, Lee 31
.ewis, Lisa 24, 48, 57, 131,
,ewis, Karen 22, 74
,ewis, Mrs. Pauline 18
.iIIy, Grady 31
ittle, Traci 22, 37, 38, 41, 53,
,ondon, Eric 31, 63, 67, 121
,ondon, Leontyne 34
,ondon, Melvin 32, 63, 64, 121
,ondon, Robert 34, 72
,ondon, Tara 27
.oughIin, Chris 28, 67
.oughIin, J. D. 11, 46, 70, 113.
.owe, Tracy 28
llanuel, Mel 28
llaready, Jennifer 34, 62
llarks, Stephanie 31
llarshall, Calvin 9, 11, 46, 50,
51, 117, 134
llarshall, Karen 24
llarshall, Kelldrain 34, 72
llarshall, Lorenzo 11, 12, 44,
50, 109, 129, 134
llatelyan, Troy 28
llathis, Douglas 34
llatthews, Shelly 24, 76
llaus, Mr. Bill 18, 37, 75
llcAIpine, David 3, 46, 72
llcCann, Martha 32
llcChesney, Mrs. Elisabeth
' 18, 20, 74, 72, 73
VlcClung, Martha 31, 73
llcCIung, Melody 26
llcCorkIe, Scott 34
llcCuIIen, Tracy 31, 66
llcDowelI, Martha 31
McGee, Renee 25, 125
McGee, Mr. Willie 18
McLean, Rachael 11, 12, 78,
Meshaw, Carla 28, 72, 126
Michaud, Alex 34
Michaud, Carina 25, 72
Midgett, Mark 11, 12, 134
Miller, Howard 31
Miller, Marvin 28
Mills, Yashica 34, 72
Mire, Willis 11, 46, 117, 134
Mitchell, Alton 34
Mitchell, Mrs. Annie 20
Mitchell, Denise 25
Mitchell, Melody 28, 65
Mitchell, Mrs. Theresa 5, 18,
Mitchell, Wanda 31, 65, 73
Mizzelle, Stephen 28
Mobley, Anthony 31
Mobley, Cliff 31
Mobley, Monica 25
Montgomery, Craig 11, 46
Montgomery, Elizabeth 34, 72
Moore, Chris 11, 12, 46, 55,
Moore, Mrs. Hazel 18
Moore, Jenniter 34
Morgan, Erik 34, 72, 126
Morgan, Jamie 31, 73
Morgan, Misty 31, 73
Morgan, Tammie 73
Morris, Craig 25, 46
Mosher, Greg 22, 23, 58, 72,
Mullgrav, Andrea 25
Mullgrav, John 34
Munger, Melissa 25
Nance, LaDonna 25
Neville, John 25
Neville, Wendell 9, 11, 108,
New, Ramona 11, 78, 134
Newcomb, Edna 34
Newcomb, Mary 34
Newman, Charles 25
Newton, Jeremy 25, 38, 58,
Nixon, AI 31, 64, 73
Nixon, Angela 22
Nixon, Barbara 14, 134
Nixon, Corey 34
Nixon, Darrick 35, 63
Nixon, Gerald 29, 46, 50, 61
Nixon, Jelt 26, 46, 61
Nixon, Kevin 12, 14, 134
Nixon, Kimberly 28, 65, 66.
Nixon, Latashia 34, 62, 72
Nixon, Mrs. Lemetta 18
Nixon, Patrick 34, 63
Nixon, Tina 34
Nixon, Troy 25, 46, 61
Nixon, Shawn lRudyl 22, 50
Nixon, Willie 32, 64
Oates, Chad 34
O'Neil, Donnie 34, 63, 76
Oppegaard, Michael 22, 46,
Owens, Virgil 31
Padgett, Kerry 31, 73
Paliotli, Joey 15, 103, 129, 131
Parker, Brent 34
Parker, Jay 26
Parker, Jett 32
Parker, Michelle 22, 78
Parker, Ophelia 31
Paschall, Mr. Bill 44
Paschall, Pete 34, 71, 76
Pate, Mrs. Brenda 139
Pate, Wendy 28, 126, 172
Payne, Joey 31, 37, 75
Pearson, Shelly 5, 12, 22, 48,
56, 57, 70, 77, 130
Pearson, William 34, 63, 72
Peddie, Tammy 31
Perry, Bobby 34
Perry, Sandra 25, 70, 72
Phillips, Dawn 25, 41, 126
Phillips, Kelly 28, 72
Phillips, Robbie 22, 44, 50, 72
Pierce, Barry 34, 72
Pierce, Catherine 34, 72
Pierce, Kimberly 22
Piver, Mr. Glenn 18, 39
Piver, Luellyn 31, 65
Pollard, Shawn 14, 39, 44, 101
Pollard, Tonya 28, 48, 60, 70,
Poteat, Josh 28, 126
Pullen, Martie 25, 42, 57, 78
Purdy, Dawn 31
Randall, Marianne 22, 78
Redd, Anthony 32, 64, 67
Reeves, Kathleen 22
Reeves, Shannon 28, 60, 72,
Register, Angie 12, 14, 70
Register, Melissa 25
Rhodes, Kelly 26
Rhodes, Tommy 25, 130
Richards, Slynda 34, 72
Rimel, Lee 31, 73
Rivenbark, John 31
Rivenbark, Lancey 14
Rivera, Brian 31, 75, 76
Rivera, Julia 35, 76
Rivera, Michael 35, 72, 76
Robbins, Beverly 139
Neff, Kristi 25, 60, 73
Neff, Julie 22, 42, 137
Pate, Brad 25, 61, 62, 73, 127,
Robinson, Tiyo 25, 61
Rochelle, Esther 28, 53, 65
Some people were seen on our
campus so often that we felt they
were one of us. Beverly Robbins
labove l.J taught all day at the Mid-
dle School and still managed to as-
sist Mrs. Schott with the Varsity
cheerleading squad, Phyllis Kegel
fabovel coordinated the conces-
sions for athletic events and many
other Athletic Boosters projects.
Brenda Pate ill helped to assure
teachers that their classes were in
capable hands during their ab-
We thank these and others who
showed what PIRATE SPIRIT was
Satterfield, Susan 25, 37, 48,
Rochelle, Gina 25
Rodgers, Eric 28, 46, 116
Rogers, Wendy 22, 41, 48, 53
Roland, John 18
Ross, Wayne 25, 61, 72, 73
Rouleau, Jason 31, 63, 73
Rowland, Cass 3, 12, 14, 46,
Royal, Regina 28
Royal, Rhonda 31
Ruegner, Leigh Anne 8, 12,
13, 14, 70, 129, 134, 137
Russell, Leigh 25, 57, 87, 132
Ryan, Laurie 31
Ryce, Stacie 31, 73
Sadusky, John 14
Sadusky, Paul 31
Sadusky, Robert 31
Sanderlin, Ralph 25
Sanderlin, Shawn 32, 73
Sanders, Amiri 32
Sanders, Leslie 22, 72
Sanders, Sabrina 28, 65, 70
Sanders, Wendy 25, 73
Sattertield, Margaret 35, 62,
Sattertield, Reid 28, 44, 72,
49, 57, 124, 137
Schott, Mrs. Tracy 19, 43
Sessions, Donnie 28
Sessions, Tom 25
Sharpless, Andrea 35
Sharpless, Chris 31, 73, 75
Sharpless, Matese 28, 74
Sharpless, Melvin 28, 46, 61,
Shepard, Willie 32, 64
Sholar, Michael 35
Sholar, Stephanie 32, 62, 73
Sholes, Butchie 25
Sholes, Michelle 25
Sholes, Stacie 35
Shutord, Mrs. Cheryl 19
Sidbury, Andre 31
Sidbury, Celisa 12, 14
Sidbury, Edgar 31
Sidbury, Frederick 12, 14, 46,
78, 121, 134
Sidbury, Harold 12, 14, 134
Sidbury, Jennifer 25, 78
Sidbury, John 22, 50
Sidbury, Laveta 25
Sidbury, Lavetor 25
, Pearlette 20
Sidbury, Nathaniel 35
Penny 31, 73
Sidbury, Porrie 22, 50, 77
Sidbury, Mrs. Sandra 19
Sidbury, Stephanie 25
Sidbury, Theresa 22, 74, 76
Yolanda 28, 66, 118
Skipper, Cindy 28, 72, 73, 126
Skipper, Jennifer 35, 71, 72
Smith, Suzy 31, 73
Southerland, Richard 28, 46,
Sparks, Mrs. Annette 19
Spicer, Adrian 28, 44, 61, 64,
Stallsmith, Jonas 31
Stanley, Mr. Jim 19
Stanley, Michelle 22
Stanley, Mrs. Ozella 19
Starnes, Jerri 28
Stephens, Christy 28, 72
Stephens, Deana 25, 60
Strange, Phillip 123
Strickland, Teresa 12, 15, 70,
Stroud, Lisa 22, 37, 42, 75
Stuckey, Amy 22, 120
Stuckey, Joanna 29, 120
Stumpt, Kristine 35
Slutz, Linda 29
Sullivan, Chris 61
Sullivan, Lisa 29, 76
Sutton, Jonathon 35
Swinson, Lynn 22, 70
Slater, Melanie 28, 48, 60, 66,
63, 64, 72, 73
Shepard Michael 12, 14, 37,
41, 69, 75, 106, 116, 134
Shepard, Shannon 22, 50
Shawn 31, 71, 73
Smith, Anthony 25, 39, 46, 73
Smith, Bobby 14, 77
Smith, Byron 14, 77, 109, 118,
129, 131, 134
Smith, Chris 25, 72, 73, 127
Smith, Cindy 14, 77, 78, 101
Smith, Eric 72, 123
Smith, Jimmy 31
Smith, Joanne 14
Smith, Jonathan 35
Smith, Joy 25
Smith, Michael 15, 50, 51, 55,
Stacey 25, 37
Gene 29, 122
Joanna 35, 72
John 25, 37, 72, 73
Phyllis 22, 38
Tina 29, 72
Teachey, Kathy 29
Terry, Reuben 19, 46, 50, 63
Thomas, Denise 8, 12, 15, 37,
69, 112, 134
Thomas, Mathew 35, 63, 72
Thomas, Neil 31
Thomas, Richard 25 ,46
Thomas, Tammie 25, 37, 48,
70, 72, 73
Thompson, Keith 5, 22, 55
Toby, Ronald 23, 26, 46, 50,
Tritoli, Ross 29 ,
Tucker, Jennifer 31, 62, 66, 73
Vause, Jamie 25
Villiger, Rodney 29
Wadtord, Tim 29
Walker, Clarence 29, 61, 64
Walker, Mrs. Mitzi 19, 62
Wall, Patrick 35, 62, 72
Walton, Kevin 25, 46
Walton, Michelle 35, 72
Ward, Charlotte 15, 42, 72, 74,
Ward, Mary 23, 72, 74
Waters, Beckey 15, 35, 78
Waters, John 15, 135
Watts, Chuck 35, 72
Watts, Mrs. Debbie 19
Webb, Lisa 31
West, Scott 31
Wheatley, Mr. Frank 19
White, Amy 29
White, Eric 9, 15, 77,78
Wicker, Beth 23
Wicker, Suzanne 25, 57, 119
Wilcox, Michelle 29
Williams, David 7, 12, 15, 46,
47, 50, 58, 70, 101, 111, 135
Willoiams, Mrs. Kay 19, 75
Williams, Trina 29
Willis, Johnny 32, 63
Wilson, Sharon 35, 72
Woodcock, Mrs. Andrea 5, 19,
20, 37, 75
Woods, Lorraine 29
Woods, Ramaro 35
Wortman, Brian 25
Wozniak, Jett 15, 53
Wozniak, Jennifer 25
Wright, Mark 26, 37, 72, 73,
Wuske, Michael 35, 63
York, Dawn 23
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