Trinity High School - Trojan Yearbook (Euless, TX)
- Class of 1982
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Many exciting experiences occured during the 1982 school
year. Opposite Page Above: While studying Greek Literature.
Steve Coxey and Robert Hill perform Aristophanes' comedy
The Frogs, in Mrs. Lamb's senior honors English class. ln the
Physics department, an annual process occurred, building
bridges. Opposite Page Below: Albert Uribe works diligently
on constructing his bridge. For Seniors this was the year that
finally allowed them to leave campus to eat lunch. Above
Left: Stewart Williams is seen picking up a Quarter Pounder
from McDonalds. The Flag Corps were prepared and ready for
action with new flags this year. Left: Toni Anderson finishes her
routine at one of the weekly pep rallies. Kisses were ample
around Valentines Day. Above: Melanie Wilkinson delivers a
kiss to John Virginia from a loving admirer.
Right: Monica Owon prepares to begin one of the many
Troy-Ann routines. Opposite Page Above: Two swim team
members watch other Trinity swimmers compete. Opposite
Page Below: Judy Stom "scrubs" well during the splish-
splash routine. Opposite Page Right: Amy Hensley shows
how "punk" she can get during Spirit Week.
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Point of View
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Teocher's Point of View
"l believe the friendly spirit and
sense of rapport between the students
and the faculty at Trinity High School is
perhaps the one quality that makes
Trinity so different from other schools,"
was Mrs. Keller .lohnson's response
when she was asked what she liked
best about Trinity. The most frequent
reply of the faculty was the wonderful
student body. Also, several teachers
commented on the friendly relationship
between the faculty and the students.
Mrs. Barbara Ross went on to comment,
"l admit, there are times when you just
cannot seem to get their attention, but
through floats, all night volleyball,
cheerleader camp, and especially in
class the students prove to be the best
of everything Trinity has to offer!" What
Coach Albert Maxwell admired most
was the team spirit between the facul-
ty, the coaches, and the students. The
students are an essential p0rt of Trinity,
but so is the wonderful faculty. Mrs.
Nancy Richardson liked . . the
essence of a community within a com-
munity." Another aspect of Trinity that
the teachers liked was the campus. Mrs.
.lan Haddock remarked "The environ-
ment and atmosphere of Trinity High
School are unique and one contributes
to the other." The open space and fresh
air of the campus promote a friendly,
healthy atmosphere for learning. Mrs.
Kaye Moore portrayed another view,
"We are extremely lucky to be in a
school that looks almost new even
though it has been open a decade."
Trinity's fourteen years of existence
have not destroyed the appearance of
the school. Many teachers like the sup-
plies and equipment. The facilities at
Trinity are top notch and kept that way
by the students and the faculty. The
school equipment is in good condition
and if extra equipment is needed, it is
generally obtained. Indeed, everything
from the wonderful student body to the
marvelous facilities are contributing fac-
tors to the teacher's point of view.
Opposite page above left: Coach Albert Maxwell
sits back and checks roll. Opposite page above
right: New faculty member, Mrs. Nancy Richard-
son. proved to be an asset to the English depart-
ment. Opposite page below: Keller Johnson
smiles at the camera. Above right: Mrs. Barbara
Ross makes government an interesting course.
Above center: Mrs. Kaye Moore smiles after a
long day. Above right: Mrs. Jan Haddock teaches
from her notes.
Cverseers of Gur Education
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The school board members and superintendent, in
cooperation with the school administration, worked to pro-
vide students with a well-rounded education. Their years of
schooling aided them in making important decisions affec-
ting the furthering of the students' knowledge. One major
issue that the board had to debate this past year was crea-
tion vs. evolution, which to be taught? The board decided to
remain status quo until they see what the courts decide in
the Arkansas case.
The local school administration, headed by principal B. J.
Murray, saw to it that the school functioned smoothly. If a
student developed or wished to avoid a problem, he had
the choice of four proficient counselors that he could consult.
He could also see the dean of women or men. A new addi-
tion to the administrative staff was Mrs. Jan Schronk as
Director of Student Activities. ln this capacity she coor-
dinated such things as fund raisings and dances. We
welcomed Mrs. Lorraine Tatarevich as the new registrar.
She equalized class counts and handled registration and
school curriculum. Truly, the administrative staff worked to
make the students' campus life less difficult.
Opposite page above left: President Neal Adams hands an award to a
deserving member of the PTA. Opposite page above right: Member
Johnny Eden and Judi Faurot listen to an appeal. Opposite page below:
Member David Moon, secretary Steve Meeks, and president Neal Adams
consider submitted documents. Above: Jack lngle, Sue Wright, and Lorraine
Tatarevich have a counseling session. Below: Mrs. Schronk cuddles a star of
Diary ofAnne Frank.
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Dale Boaz Freda Burkes Carol Deats Bob Gamer Betty Gresham Jan Haddock
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Paul Ingle Dale Jackson
Opposite page left: Mr. Dale Boaz works an advanced
algebraic equation on the chalkboard. Opposite page right:
Mrs. Susie Yeatts teaches her students to speak a second
language, Spanish. Above left: Honors English teacher and
National Honor Society sponsor Mrs. Judy Briscoe alds Jeff
Alexander on his junior research paper. Above: Mrs. Leslie
Detamore rests against the wall while she oversees her
students taking an English test. Left: The students In Mrs. Ben-
ny Hickerson's English class llsten attentively while she holds
an in-depth discussion on Shakespeare's famous play Julius
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Glenda Johnson Diana Keown Lorraine Lamb Steve Lineweaver Robyn McKinn1
ler Johnson ldis Kelley Joseph Kovach Sherry Lauridsen Susan Lumle
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Albert Maxwell Jerry Milan Betty Mitchell Eileen Monroe Beverly Moore
Mary Ann Miller Monte Miller Julia Monks Annelle Moody Kaye Moore
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Opposite page: Biology teacher Mrs. Xan Foulkes makes
some minor adjustments on the jawbone of a human
skeleton. Above left: V.O,C.T. sponsor Mr. Nelson Moore
discusses the upcoming area competition that involves
V.O.C.T. Above: V.l.C.A. sponsor Mr. Bob Garner explains the
system of taxing to his students for their future use outside of
high school. Left: The coach of the wrestling team and
mathematics teacher Albert Maxwell works diligently on the
paper work that being an educator at Trinity High School
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Mary Ann Pavla
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Barbara Ratts Nancy Richardson Susan Robinson Pat Rucker June Sales Bill Shatford
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Opposlte page left: Drlll Team and Splrlt Club, as well as
Engllsh, keep Mrs. Beverly Sklpper worklng hard and long on
a school day. Opposlte page rlght: Mrs. Barbara Ross, Hlstory
Instructor. gets ready to Inform her students of the excltlng
topic of American government. Above left: French teacher
Mrs, Lynette Mull enjoys a laugh during class. Above:
Chemistry ond physics Instructor Mr. Jerry Norrls explains the
comblned gas law to the students In his chemlstry class. Left:
H.O.C.T. sponsor Mrs. Connle Smart prepares to teach lifesav-
Ing C.P.R. technlques to her class.
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Opposite page left: Mr. Jeff Grlmm, allas Ansel Adams,
amuses students whlle teaching hls photography class. Op-
posite page right: Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Dee Yeats. takes
tlme out of her busy schedule to smlle. Above: A devoted
worker, Mrs Alli Dee Callahan, sweeps up the halls after a
long and tedious school day. Left: Mrs. Barbara Tindel sorts
and displays the snacks offered at the end of the salad bar
line. Above left: Mrs. Juanita Dillinger works as a cashier at
the end of the a la carte line with a cheerful smile for
NewSrght to See
Ar the ,opening of the 1981-1982
school year, the student body was both
honored and pleased to see that six-
teen' new educators had joined the J
already talented faculty here at Trinity.
The ,tront row consists of Sue Wright,
who ,. assists in the attendance office:
Millie Heinz, secretary in counseling
department: Mary Ann Miller, trainer for
students in the athletic departments:
Paulinda Krug, the sponsor for NFL and
TFL and also the speech teacher: and
Benny Hickerson, who is a member of
the English department. The second row
is made up of Floy Robinson, who is in
charge of fkeeping attendance records
for the Junior Class: June Jacoby, who
works in the counseling department:
Susan Lumley, coach of the women's
track events: and Anna Nohavitza, a
memberof' the business department. ln
the back row are Bill Shatford. who is
dedicating his seven years of ex-
perience to the athletic department:
Jeff Grimm, the annual staff advisor and
the photography teacher: Tim Stout,
previously a coach at Central, now a
member of Trinity's athletic depart-
ment: and Willis Nelson, who is using
his mathematical abilities to teach
geometry, algebra, and trigonometry.
Not pictured: ,Robynn McKinney.
Resource, History, English, and Govern-
ment: Nancy Richardson, English: Mary
Jane Thayer, English and German. .
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"Wow, this is Trinity!" These were
the words of Chris Blackwell and many
other Sophomores on their first day at
Trinity high school as they became "of-
ficial" Trojans. If the realization of being
in high school hadn't set in during the
summer it did at registration. As one
Sophomore put it, "I was confused,
tired, and ready to cry." Many Sophs
felt this way, but did like being able .to
choose their own classes and periods.
The first doy arrived with many scared
and excited students. Jill Morrow stated,
"I felt apprehensive because I wasn't
sure about what was going on." Most
students were confused as to where
their classes were, but made it through
the day without too many fatalities.
Something else new that the
Sophomores were experiencing for the
first time was a Trinity pep rally. Joe
Maloney felt this way towards the first
one, "lt was great because there was
more of a competitive spirit between
the classes." The Sophomores really sur-
prised many people by getting so in-
volved during the pep rallies and not
being afraid to show their spirit. Some
advice that Russ Dothel had to give to
oncoming sophs would be, "Stay clear
of M.O.C.T." Chris Blackwell said,
"Grow up a little before you get here."
All in all, the Sophomores came to ap-
preciate and understand the pride
token in being o Trinity Trojan.
Opposite page upper left: Joey Maloney studies
during lunch in the mall area. Opposite page up-
per right: Lex Johnson entertains Paula Turk dur-
ing a pep rally. Opposite page lower left: Jill Mor-
row enjoys a moment of free time during lunch.
Opposite page lower right: Russ Dothel warns on-
coming Sophs of M.O.C.T, Above left: Natale
Canavespe expresses her opinion towords Trinity.
Above right: Rusty Boyd walks to his next class.
Trinity Trojan Baseball
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Varslty Baseball: Front Row: Paul Gibson, Todd Garllngton. Mlke McElveen, Klp Gowland, Tommy Earls, Scott Bowen, Jerry Llndsay, Larry Ryder,
and Pat Cleveland. Back Row: Paul Rutledge, Bret Burrls, Blll Brewer, Joe Lovelady, Steve Bohannon. Scott Johnson, Michael Patak, Steven Prlddy,
Mark Long. and Chuck Lucabaugh.
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Kevin Dean. Second Row: Coach Llneweaver, Marvln Yeoger, Mark Ford, Kraig Luckenbill, Bobby Dyer, Scott Davis, Jimmy Wilbanks, Joe Griener, Jlmmy
Hartman, Glen Serviente, and Cary Whitney.
Scholars Chosen For
First Year Honor Society: First Row: Patricia Helvey, Coleen Flynn, Linda Lepro, Laura Battle, Cindy Fuller, Christye McBrayer Shawn O Nelll Te
Borg, Deidre Guy, Laura Lepro, Kathy Thompson, and Nancy Schmuhl, Second Row: Sandy Olitsky, Wendy Johnson, Teresa Lucke linger Pyles Pa
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Barfield, Third Row: Lorenzo Berenguer, Ruben DeLeon, Ricky Morgan, Brooks Monk, John Singletary, Tim Gardner, Kip Gowland Gregg Holber
Tony Miles, Pat Green, Mark Moore, Mark Case, and Richard Shone.
Second Year Honor Society: Front Row: Sharla Roach, Shannon Henson, Margaret Lucas. Lorl Wllllams, Gina Benoit, and
Cathl Qulck. Second Row: LaVin Bothel, Mrs. Brlscoe, Lisa Whitney. Llsa Hingst, Debbie Safewrlght. Melissa McCoy.
Dana Suhr, Penny Davis, Mary McWhorter, Melbo Hlnojosa, and Jeanna Chandler. Third Row: Mrs. Lamb, Tresie
Ferguson, Vicki Evans. Marsha Byars. Pam Chesbro. Lydia Park, Terrl Johnston, Mindy Hobart, Amy White, Laura Ab-
bott. Tlina Pifer, Robert Hill, and Steve Coxsey. Back Row: Ronnle Dreyer, Darrel Bean, Tyler Adkins, Mark Kent, Danny
Hall, Dan DeMarque, Kenny Farrel, George Chung, John Virginia, Kurtls Klzer, Ronny Lackey, Mark Bushong, and
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wiede, David Lux, Eddie McDonald, Tommy Cargill. Brian Holliday, and Greg Gosch. Third Row: Mr. Bob Garner, Frank Sapp, Roemon Tadsen, Gerald
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Oleta Nash. Second Row: Patty Duke, Lisa Turner, Denise Barron, Donna King, Shelly Thompson, Sue Stephenson, Cindy Ranne,
Kim Roney, and Laurie Ryan. Third Row: Camille Harris, Rebecca Donner, Rhonda King, Carolyn Maples, Lisa Price, Ann Finley,
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Glrls'J. V. Basketball: Front Row: Mary Hart, Cindy Boaz, Rachel Brown, and Sandra Riggs. Back Row: Coach Dia
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cock, Beverly Ballew, and Shauna Marcum. Second Row: Codl Yosten, Lisa Gattl, Llsa Dratcher, Renee Boyd, Eric Barfleld, Jimmy
Whlte, Tlm Bean, Phyllis Bozarth, Michelle Knox, Danielle Carrington, Jlll Morrow, Diane Darrow, Laurie Taylor, Johnette Holden.
Janice Payton, and Suzie Dyer. Back Row: Tlm Thompson, Kralg Luckenblll, Kyle Foster, Tom Wurst, Tal Whlte, Pat Houston, Dave
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Guy, Elizabeth Helvey, Leanne Skinner, Karen Kinler, Ms. Barbara Ratts, and Mrs. Diana Keown. Back Row: Jan Offield, Ricky
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Vicki Evans, Samantha Hunter, Laura Lepro, Shelly Branigan, and Steve Coxsey. Frouth Row: Jim Brigman, Bonnie McRight, Tuan Nguyen, Kevin Folse.
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stronger, the Junior class struggled to as-
cend from their black hole of
passiveness. ln the first few weeks the
Junior class appeared to have lost their
enthusiastic spirit from the previous
year. Pep rallies seemed to lack the ex-
citement that they possessed in their
Sophomore year. In the words of Wen-
dy Johnson, "lt takes something really
exciting to get them to stand up."
Numerous reasons were heard around
the Trojan campus explaining the
source of this decline in activeness. The
cause according to Christy Crowell was,
" . . . beccruse we were stuck in the cor-
ner of the gym in pep rallies." The
reason seen by Mike Douthit was con-
trasting in that he believed " . .. most
of the Juniors didn't care whether we
won the spirit stick or not."
As the year progressed the Junior
class started to peer out from their
depression and become involved in ac-
tivities and contests. Winning the first
prize in the homecoming float contest
gave the Juniors the inititive they need-
ed to come out of their shell and stand
up and be counted. The Juniors finally
got up the nerve to come alive and let
the spirit inside of them take over. They
won three spirit sticks in succession with
this new burst of excitement and en-
thusiasm. According to Fred Clark, "l
think that the Junior spirit didn't
decrease, instead it rose steadily."
At last the Juniors saw that they were
indeed still the same class that had
previously stunned the entire student
body, faculty and administrators with
their vigorous attitude and indestruc-
table spirit. The feelings of Joe
Kalbfleisch sums up the ideas of the ma-
jority of Juniors in saying that, "We're
the best Junior class there has ever
been and in my opinion ever will be."
Opposite page top: Fred Clark concentrates on his
style while rehearsing. Opposite page bottom
left: Recuperating after lunch, Mike Douthit
relaxes before he returns to his next class period.
Opposite page bottom right: While eating lunch,
Christy Crowell receives o llttle unexpected
assistance from a friend. Above left: Joe
Kalbfleisch takes advantage of Trinity's open
campus by walking outdoors between classes.
Above right: Wendy Johnson constantly strives to
maintain her optimistic outlook on life as a stu-
dent here at Trinity.
Varsity and JV Cagm
Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Scott Castleberry, Arthur Franzke, Dan DeMarque, Rick Ford, Willle Henderson, Jay Fltch, David Hertberg, and Randal Plppln. Back
Row: Mark Riley, Cole Jones, Steve King, Shane Robinson, 'Phll Cordos, Paul Rice, John Martin, Walt Zortman, Kyle Couch, and Coach Paul Ingle.
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Dovld Wilson. Tom Wurst, Gary Woodard, Kevin Smith, and Pat Culbert. Not pictured: Katie Racz.
Themselves to State
T.F.L.: Front Row: David Wilson, Pat Culbert. Sundy Muse, Tom Wurst, Dori Swyhart, Doug Simmons. Gary Woodard,
Back Row: Kevin Smith, Vicki Evans, and Deneah Markefha. Not pictured: Katie Racz.
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J. V. Volleyball: Front Row: Tammy Tucker, Tracy Romero, Tina Moore, Donnie McRight, and Charlotte Sebastian. Back Row: Coach Susan ry yi X
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Row: Jim Stubblefleld, David Jarzynka, Bob Hlldreth, Chip VanDertuIn, Darrell Pate, Jlm Stephens. and Greg Moon. Back Row: Rlcky Adams
John Porterfleld, David Glidden, Bruce Keffer, and Mr. Fred Barney. Nat Pictured: Ricky Moon.
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Calhoun, Nancy Moore, Vicki Wilson, and Vicki Parker. Back Row: Mrs. ldis Kelley, Mrs. Anna Nohavitza, linger Pyles, Teresa Miles, Karen
Blackwell, Sean Seibert, Belinda Snell, and Lloyd Tharel.
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T Judy Carrington, and Eddie Mojlca. Second Row: Troy Mennls, Tammy Cabe, Chrlstlne Slsemore, Monica Roberts, David Jorzynka,
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GIrI's Gymnastics: Front Row: Laurie Dunham, Michelle Schaeffer, Cindy Jones, Shari Willis, Regina Dell, and Melissa McCoy. Back
Row: Angle Howse, Mary Drown, Kathllna Wallace, Kim Strange, Rebecca Eden, Angle Little, Judy Erickson, and Ms. Barbara Ratts.
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Troubadours: Front Row: Dawn Bucklew, Jill Justiss, Shannon McGrann, Mrs. Jan Schronk, Cindy Fletcher, and Shelly Branigan. Second Row: Lauren
Russel, Jaimie Haire, Brant Hill, Natalie Canavespe, Lucinda Jones, Jeff Pounds, Don Edwards, and Kyle Foster. Third Row: Laura Beck, Ran Lewls,
Chris Clark. Mike Kruzel, Marian Wong, Denise Stanard, Anne LaPier, and Gene Hayes. Back Row: Rob Hardy, David Wilson. Chad Clemens, Laura
Kostelink, Patricia Helvey, Judi Stam, Paul Waschka, Shirley Wetter, and Donnie Duke.
Entertainment for All
Thesplans: Front Row: Marty Seaborn, Dorl Swyhort, Shannon
Debra Gllcrease, Robert Besgrove. Bob Hlldreth, Alyssa Wilson,
Plnkston, Katle Racz, and Melissa Wheeler. Back Row: Mrs. .lan Schronk,
and Pat Culbert.
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Gene Benefleld. David Burk, Carl Coleman. Eric Brett, Tony Tallaferro. Frankie Hull, and Jay Bennett.
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Smort. Second Row: Klm Diehl, Trlclo DeArmond, Sheri Lusk, Sherolyn Sklpworth, Lynda Pinto. Chris Apodoca, and Tracy Stroud.
Bock Row: Todd Sprodlin, Becky Woods, Pom Ries, Don Lehman. ondl Lackey.
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One momentous event of the year to
seniors was their eighteenth birthday. lt
brought mixed feelings for 61-82 seniors
because of a new law effective
September 1, 1981 that prohibited the
sale of liquor to anyone under nine-
teen. This caused many controversies
across Trinity's campus as students ex-
pressed their point of view on the un-
fairness or benefits of the law. Plans of
"partying" legally on one's eighteenth
birthday were out of focus as seniors
could expect to be minors for their last
year of high school. The most common
argument against the liquor law was
one that John Alcedo used. "When
you're seventeen you can be put in jail
and when you're eighteen you have to
register for the draft, but you can't drink
until you're nineteen." His belief
echoed through the senior class as
seniors voiced their opinions over and
over on the repressed feeling the law
produced. Dana Suhr spoke for
numerous students when she protested
that "When you're eighteen, you're in-
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dependent enough to decide for
yourself whether you should be able to
drink." Others, Sharla Roach for one, felt
exactly the opposite. Her idea on the
drinking law was that "lt's fine because
most eighteen year olds don't have
enough sense to decide for themselves
whether they should drink." Another
viewpoint similar to this, except with
even stronger terms, was related by
Joe Lovelady. "I think they should raise
it to twenty-one!" proposed Joe as he
affirmed the advantages of the age
Whether students were for or against
the law, most agreed on one point.
"They changed the law to keep liquor
out of high school: if you want to drink
you're gonna find a way to get it."
claimed Steve King and many others.
So, while the drinking law was ob-
viously something Trinity's seniors could
not change, it was still a major issue
that let seniors freely practice a favorite
pastime: relating their point of viewl
Opposite page above left: Dana Suhr enjoys
relatlng her polnt of view. Opposite page below
left: Steve Klng displays his aggressive tralts on
the court and In his views. Opposite page right:
John Alcedo has strong beliefs against the llquor
law. Above left: Sharla Roach ls a studlous student
In favor of the new law. Above right: Asser-
tlveness ls one of Joe Lovelady's qualities.
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Teams Boast Annual
Varslty Football: Front Row: John Hurst. Johnny Walker, Larry Cortez, Vlctor Rojas, Gary Taunton, Tom Dougherty, Kelth Hovls.
John Ledbetter, Benny Monk. James McDonald, Ronny Schweyher, Mike McElveen, Mike Gardner, Rod Parker. Tlm Parks, and
Larry Ryder. Second Row: Mlke Medlna, Steve Relss, Jimmy Logan, Jon Beasley, Steve Pace, Jeff Poteete, Tony Dunn, Isaac
Perez, Kevln Dutton, Richard Mllls, Phlllp Montelongo, Brad Honeycutt, Jeff Banta, Drew Waldrup, Jay Racz, Shane Schutza,
Jerry Llndsey, Bobby Keplinger, Scott Adams, Duce Dodson, and Cralg Posllck. Third Row: Coach Reddell, Jon Newberry, Brian
Webb. Steve Priddy, Jay Fitch, Glenn Hamlett, Mlke HIII, Tommy Earls, Buda Browning, Scott Moore, Arlln Early, Bruce Keffer,
Joe Lovelady, Mark Mlchelsen, Ray Holtzclow, Ray Stovall, Lonnie Smith, Gary Offut. Bo Walker, Tony Wallace, Brlan
Michelsen, Jack Crow, Coach Verkerk, Sandy Olltsky, and Doc Flsk. Back Row: Coach Stout. Coach Honeycutt, Sean Osborne,
David Schumann, Mark Long, Blll Shwaiko. Cole Jones, Anthony Skinner, Steve Bohannon, Bill Bateman, Tim Osborne. Walt
Zartman, Jimmy Arca, Scott Schrlewer, Dell Bledsoe, Mike Patak, Darren Hett. Kelly Askew, and Bryan Adams.
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J.V. Football: Front Row: Tim Stout, Bill Shatford, and Dale Jackson. Second Row: Wayne Honner, Dennis Hennan, Aubrey Fisk,
Mary Ann Miller, Mack England, Pat Cleveland, Mike Brigandy, Jimmy Hartman, Mike Williams, Dan Helton, and Donald
'PauIkner. Third Row: Kenneth Adgar, Rory Jordan, Kevin Thames, Calvin Hovis. David Heulmke, Freddy Gonzales, Doug
Hickfang, David Payne, Mark Osborne, and Tony Schutzo. Fourth Row: David Bradberry, Tim James, David Williams, Todd
Schoelkopf, David Combs, Shawn Birdsinger, Larry Sparks, Anthony Bailey, Steve Hatfield, and Carry Fletcher. Fifth Row: Tom
Linzman, Robert Thielemann, Mark Ford, Tal White, Ron Pippin, Cary Wright, John Hayes, David Turner, Brian Wilson, and
' Kenny Vela. Sixth Row: Gary Woodard, Barry Bieberdorf, Gene Story, Brant Hill, Neil King, Tim Thompson, Jeff Holt, Rodney
Lancaster, Robby Wright, and Rusty Boyd. Seventh Row: Roger Killion, Craig Jordan, Greg Sharp, Eric Pence, Mike Stanglin,
Freddy Stovall, Chris Quinn, and Tino Rosales. Eighth Row: Scott Morrison, Mike Humphrey, Ricky Thompson, Kevin Dean,
Kraig Luckenbill, Danny Cook, Tim Workman, Chris Needham, Robert Denman, Jim Donaldson, and Pot Houston.
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Senrors Percerve Vrsrons
Trojan Cross Country
Girls' Cross Country: Front Row: Gina Cuccl, Llsa Hlngst, Janie Perez, and Delores Palmore. Back Row: Angle McGlIvary,
Stephanie Walter, Juanita Wilson, Llsa Warbrltton, Marla Scoma, and Coach Lumley. Not pictured: Llsa Dunham.
Displays Notable Season
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glloys' Cross Country: Front Row: Keith Sutton, Kenneth Shaner. Ron Lewis. Steve Hoskins, and David Bryon. Second Row: Tony
Harold. Mike Lovejoy, Jason Rickman, Ernie Kecso, and Jeff Hileman. Dock Row: Jimmy Rutledge, Steve Polmore, Ron Drown.
Randy Saleh, and Jimmy Rose.
lllustrrous Reflections of
The Class of '82
. and Student Councils
Senior Executive Council: Front Row: Barbara Ross, Alyson Johnson, Misty Gaines, Bob Hlldreth. Second Row: Cathy Roy, Ma
sho Byars. Third Row: Renee Jones, Suzanne Roy, Patty Shay, Delano Deaton, Penni Davis, Joetta Reynolds, Shanno
Houston, Monique Hiersche, Shannon Henson, Lori Williams. Fourth Row: Gina Benoit, Terrlsa Cowart, Tradonna Colllns, Land
Mauldin, Denise Theder, Alicia Dickinson, Stephanie Workman, Tessa Borfield, Melanie Wilkinson, Rebecco Eden. Fifth Rov
Steve Pace, Kevin Kyrish, Keith Knox, George Chung, John Alcedo, Rhonda Froberg, Trlclo Early, Dana Suhr, Judy Stam, Am
White, Beth Bloom. Sixth Row: Lloyd Thorel, Todd Spradlin, Mork Long, John Whlttlll, Vicki Stewart, Tlna McKinnon, Kath
Brady, Shorlo Roach. Seventh Row: Steve Hall, Kevin Klllingsworth, Dan DeMarque, Steve King, Bob Kepllnger, Terry Rush.
Student Council: Sponsor, Mrs. Gerry Woods: President, Melanie Wilkinson: Vice President, Jon Beasley: Secretary, Teri Borg:
Treasurer. Melissa Capello: Parliamentarian, Cara Bates: Communications Director, Elizabeth Helvey.
Illusions of Grandeur
Ann Kay Neal
Symphonic Band: Front Row: Mary Show, Tammy Coach, Alicia Dickinson, Amanda Wallace, Sandy Roberts, Debbi
Clements, Suzanne Spencer, Becky Warren, Linda Lepro, Shannon Schultz. Second Row: Ronnie Dreyer, Tyler Adkins, Shar
non Henson, Mark Moore, Laura Lepro, Cindy Rushing, Stacy McDaniel, Mark Case, Tommy Walker, Julie Gouyton, Sand
Hancock, Jimmy Wilson, Sandra Dunn, Gina Benoit. Third Row: Jeff Culpepper, Lauri Luce, Angie Smyers, Ed Koronlan, Miss
Johnson, Charlene Kinler, George O'Brien, Fred Clark, Scott Saunders, Greg Jones, Alan White, Tony Miles, Randy Howarr
John Krone, Ken McFarland, Lisa Simpkinson, David Bond, Richard Shone, Mike Benser, Lori Williams, Robert Hill, Fourth Rav
Donnie Green, John Faith, Bart Stark, Keith Harrison, Mike Crawford, Cathi Quick, Darrell Bean, Kelly Jones, Jackie Luna, Kurt
Kizer, John Collins, Mark Dunn, Rachel Dehoyas, James Collins, T. J. lrwin, Shara Sheppard. Back Row: Nancy Smith, Lisa Gatl
Jeff Higham, Gregg Holbert, Ricky Zimmerman, Dave Ewing, Wendy Fruehan, Ricky Morgan, Honey Nesburg, Mike Harri:
Robert Shorkey, Joe Gouyton.
Attain Awesome Success
Concert Band: Front Row: Sara Cordell, Kathy Lisenbee, Sylvia Ruiz, Carol Hensley, Susle Moore, Michelle Foster, Nancy
Smeby, Kala Morey. Second Row: Rosie Rodriguez, Mike Trotter, Michelle Rosenquist, David Malaof, Deanna Greene, Lisa
Bratcher, Missy Mckeynolds, Benji Stevens, Johnette Holden. Jill Bloomer, Rhonda Dillman. Third Row: Mitzi Evans, Lauri
Pelton. Maura Smith, Tammi Simmons, Jim Brigman, Jana Houston, Mike Curtis, Barry Garrett, Herbie Garcia, Ron Peterson,
Stephen Belknap, Craig Stierwalt, Ricky Cantrell. Tom Taggart, Valerie May, Jackie White, John Hrisco, Andy Culbert, Pat
Green. Fourth Row: Leslie Gent, Diana Bishop, Chris Clompitt, Jinjer Kielberg, Liles Terrill, Rick Brock, Wayne Marrs, Ron
Thmpson, Randy Maughn. Darren Yancy, Jana Montya, Kris Flanagan, Dee Short. Fifth Row: Mary Vega, Karen Montya,
Kevin Owens, Jeff Cox, Lonnie Oerman, Dale Tromonhouser, Bill Matthews, Vicki Wasson.
Headstrong Soccer Teams
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Varsity Soccer: Front Row: Jimmy Goodson. Kenny Migchelbrlnk, Monte Marlin, John Gllllland, Tuyen Nguyen, and Don
Gilliland. Back Row: Chip Powell, Jlm Huey, Donald Holt, John Virginia, Sean Selbert, Charlie Mitchell. Mike Humphries, Albert
Esmallzodeh, Steve Moss, and Johnny Wallace.
nl. V. Soccer: Front Row: Vlrakone Vangpradith, Chris Boyd, Russell Steadman, Mark Pafford, and Siven Khongsavath. Back
Row: Rodney Keeble, Larry Sparks, Mike Martln. Robbie Wrlght, Brlan Chandler, Mike George, Kevin Lowry, and Ashraf
Tremendous Seniors End
Upper left: Scott Adams shows his participa-
tion in the Valentine's Day Carnation Sale.
Upper right: Lori Williams advertises her need
for a prom date. Left: Randy Davis, because
of his love for the Band, practices in his spare
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This season was one of rebuilding for the Trojan football
team and one of success, too, as foreseen by local sports
authorities. The determination to win and the tough com-
petition presented served to unite the team toward one
goal - victory.
The season began with the Trojan's sound defeat of 3 un-
compromising teams. The Trojans dominated the Richland
Rebels throughout the opening game. With quarterback Jay
Fitch's and Walt Zartman's combined touchdowns, the Tro-
jans came out 21-14 victors. The following week the home
team dealt Thomas Jefferson a crushing blow. Junior Jerry
Lindsay and seniors Scott Adams and quarterback Brian
Michelson joined forces and shut out the Patriots 35-0.
However, Trinity was not satisfied with only one victory at
Birdville Stadium. They returned to tromp over the Haltom
Buffaloes 26-0. Adams and Fitch again brought the Trojans
to a 14-0 lead, and a Bruce Keffer fumble return along with
a Michelson to Lindsay pass put the Trojans up another
notch on the victory list.
The Trojans then entered district play. Although the first
game was a setback for the team because Grand Prairie
slipped by with a 14-18 win, the second game proved Trini-
ty had what it took to win. The Irving Tigers were suffering
a 14-0 deficit at halftime as a result of two touchdowns by
Opposite page: Tom Dougherty 1623, James McDonald C403, and lsaoc
Perez C763 show that Trojans are number one. Above left: Trojan gear for
battle. Above right: Mike MeElveen C113. Walt Zartman 1563, and Brad
Huneycutt C343 celebrate after a score. Left: Scott Adams 1443 breaks out-
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Scott Adams - 5A9 Offensive Player
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All- Tarrant County
Bill Bateman - All-Tarrant County
Walt Zartman - All-Tarrant County
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tional 16 yard touchdown and along with another
Adams' score from the 2 two aerial interceptions by
Steve Priddy and Ray Holtzclaw led to a 29-B victory by
The following week Trinity marched over the South
Grand Prairie Warriors with a 35-7 victory. Fitch darted for
a 19 yard run to the goal in the first quarter. Two second
quarter touchdowns by Jerry Lindsay and Scott Adams
added to Cole Jones' score from the 2 and Adams' 27
yard touchdown Trinity emerged the champs.
The ensuing game found Trinity up against the team
that had ruined the Trojans' perfect season last year -
the Duncanville Panthers. The Trojans were down 7-0 in
the first quarter but fought back to even the score in the
second quarter. Well into the fourth period the Trojans
scored again with Adams leaping for the score and Fitch
later sneaked over the line to make it 22-20, and the
homecoming crowd was ecstatic.
Trinity's next contender was Nimitz. The Vikings were
Opposite page upper left: Adams C443 sklrts defense to pick up yardage
for Trinity. Opposite page below: Fitch C123 Spirals the ball to Intended
receiver Cole Jones 1353. Upper Left: Scott Adams: 5A-9 Offensive
Player of the Year. Upper rlghtt Adams C441 busts through Grand
Prairie's defense. Left: Junior Jerry Lindsay 1337 sprlnts toward the War-
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a 2 yd. run, Zartman with a 7 yd. pass, Michelson with an 16
yd. run, along with another Adams' score put the Trojans
over the Vikings 28-14.
MacArthur put up a fight, but Trinity trampled the Car-
dinals SO-15. Three Adams' touchdowns combined with Zart-
man's 15 yd. score kePt the Trojans in the 5A-9 race.
Trinity closed out the regular season with a shutout of the
home rival team of L.D. Bell Raiders. Halftime saw the
Raider's behind 17-O due to Buda Browning's field goal and
Cole Jones' 20 yd. touchdown, followed by Adams' 4 yd.
touchdown. ln the third quarter Fitch faked to Adams and
kept for a 2 yd. score. Trinity's offense came on strong again
in the fourth period to obtain a final Fitch touchdown.
Although a one point loss kept the Trojans from being
district champs, the season ended successfully with twenty-
four Trojans receiving post-season recognition.
Opposite page above: Trojan team crushes both the poster and the Dun-
canville Panthers' hopes for a Trinity homecoming upset. Opposite page
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ings. Opposite page lower right: Fitch C123 surges over Buffalo defense for
an extra yard. Above: Bruce Keffer CMJ, Richard Mills CGSJ, and Steve
Bohonnon C677 point to yet another varsity truimph. Left: Adams 1449 looks
pasta Blue Raider for a Trojan first down.
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The Trinity varsity basketball team had a most impressive
season this year. ln pre-district the cagers ran their record to
9-O before falling to R.L. Turner. Prior to this loss, the Trojans
had narrowly defeated Southwest 44-43 to win the Birdville
Tournament. During late December the Trojansjourneyed to
Fort Worth to participate on the annual Westside Lions Club
Tournament. The Trojans faired well in this prestigious tour-
nament as they returned with a fifth place trophy. After an
impressive pre-district, the varsity squad opened District 5A-
9 play with their best offensive game of the season as they
defeated Nimitz by an almost inconceivable score of 101-71.
After this decisive victory, the Trojans went on to drop their
next two games to Duncanville and Irving. Trinity then
bounced back with a victory over Grand Prairie behind the
scoring of Paul Rice. Although four out of the five starters hit
double figures in the Trojon's next game, Trinity was unable
to pull out another close one and fell to South Grand Prairie.
The Trojan cagers, however, finished out the first half of
district as they soundly defeated MacArthur and their cross-
town rival L.D. Bell.
Opposite page above left: Outjumplng his opponents, Paul Rice shoots for
two, Opposite page below right: During the Dell game, Rick Ford receives
a pass. Opposite page right: ln a tight situation. Walt Zartman aids the Tro-
jans with two points. Above left: Walt Zartman scores from the outside.
Above: ln a crucial game. Paul Rice makes a needed basket. Left: Willle
Henderson shoots in desperation.
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play on a good note with victories over Nimitz and lrving
behind the scoring of Willie Henderson. The Trojans then
went on to meet Duncanville in the closest game of the
season. Although Trinity played an excellent game, they
were unable to overcome the pressure of a triple-overtime,
and lost the game 56-45. Following this crucial loss, Trinity
could not recapture their competitive spirit as they dropped
their next three games to Grand Prairie, South Grand Prairie,
and MacArthur. The Trojans closed out the season with a
heartbreaking loss to L.D. Bell. The Varsity Cagers, under the
instruction of Coach Paul lngle, concluded the year with a 7-
7 district record and an excellent season record of 22-12.
There were also several individual successes among the
team. Both Rick Ford and Paul Rice were chosen to the Se-
cond Team All-District, while Willie Henderson and Walt
Zartman received Honorable Mention for district play.
Trinity's Varsity Basketball Team kept in tradition with past
Trojan teams by acquiring outstanding records and by
demonstrating sportsmanship and competitive play
throughout the season.
Opposlte page left: Senior Paul Rice attempts a jumpshot from the outside.
Opposite page above right: Trojan guard Rlck Ford moves the ball down
the court. Opposite page below rlght: Wlllle Henderson outjumps his oppo-
nent for the ball. Above left: Junlor Walt Zartman rips ln a missed shot.
Above: Up with another shot, Paul Rice conslstently boosts the Trojan's
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Varsity Girls' Basketball team. Even though the girls did not
gain the district title, they still compiled their best season
record ever under Coach Jim Wells with 14 wins and 18
This team competed in several tournaments in addition to
their regular season games. They captured 2nd place in the
DeSoto Tournament and 4th in both the Birdville and H.E.B.
The Trojans had every right to be proud of the girls' hustle
and determination as three players were elected to All-
Area honors. Among those was Julie Embry, a sophomore
whose baskets were worth 270 points for the year. Other
Trojans on the elite team were Kim Stondridge and Terri
The girls' Basketball team was led in district points by
Angela Jeans, a sophomore promoted from the J.V., who
sunk 111 points.
The 1981-82 Varsity Girls' Basketball team's unity
prevailed as they exhibited a competitive and spirited at-
mosphere at every game.
Opposite page above left: Angela Jeans looks to the lane. Opposite page
above right: Merry Williams prepares to shoot. Opposite page lower left:
Terri George fights to score. Opposite page lower right: Jumping with high
hopes. Above left: Trojans defend the goal. Above: Girls' Basketball in ac-
tion. Left: Angela Jeans visualizes success.
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The Trinity girl's varsity basketball team can look forward to
several aggressive prospects for the '82-'83 year, judging from
the J.V.-team this past year. Coached by Mrs. Diane lnnis and
Mrs. Susan Lumley, the girls participated in three tournaments.
They won first place in the DeSoto tourney, second in the Den-
ton tourney, and first in the H.E.B. tourney. They tied with
Nimitz for district with an impressive season record of 28-4.
One highlight of the season was their sixth district game
against MacArthur in which Trinity fouled out all but three of
their players: Sandra Riggs, Barbara Smith, and Mary Hart. Yet,
Trinity came from behind in the last quarter to win the game
35-04. Another memorable feat was the J.V.'s 48-45 victory
over Duncanville. Rachel Brown and Sandra Riggs combined
for 27 points as Trinity emerged victorious, which marked the
first time a Trinity girls team had beaten Duncanville in
The high scorers for the season were Barbara Smith, with a
total of 128 points and Cindy Boaz, with a total of 108 points.
The other three starters included Sandra Riggs, Rebekah
Rousch, and Rachel Brown.
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above right: A reverse layup by Rachel Brown. Opposite page below right:
Melissa Mitchell practices layups. Above left: Rebekah Rousch C325 shoots over
opponents for a THS score. Above right: Barbara Smith C215 leaps up for a score.
Below left: Weatherford Roos attempts to stop a THS basket by Barbara Smith.
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superlative in every aspect of their game. They strove to
enhance their skills daily through repeated practices and
workouts which proved to be extremely tedious. Working
hard with little reward, the team strained to perfect every
detail of the game. The volleyballers united their efforts to
create a winning team through their incessant determina-
tion and drive. They achieved an overall seasonal record of
20 wins and only'11 losses, including both victories over L.D.
Dell due to their disqualification.
Under the direction of Coach Diane lnnis and assistant
coach Susan Lumley, the volleyball team improved tremen-
dously from their previous year, which was evidenced in
the high quality volleyball action of their games. Due to this
excellent class of performances numerous All-District honors
were given this year to outstanding Trojan players. Kim
Standridge was awarded with First Team All-District, while
Beverly Holden and Teresa Deel were received on Second
Team All-District, and an All-District Honorable Mention was
presented to Mary Hayes. Along with these superb
achievements, the title of Coach of the Year was deserving-
ly given to Diane lnnis, who made this winning year possi-
ble for the Trojans.
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Standridge and Beverly Holden converse with the referee. Opposite page
right: Beverly Holden bumps against Bell. Above left: Warming up before
the game, Susan Carter and Mary Hayes practice spikes. Above right:
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may choose to participate. This year both the varsity and
junior varsity volleyball teams demonstrated just how well
they could effectively use this cooperation to achieve their
main goal, victory. Through several routine practices and
scrimmages, each member of the Trojan team soon found
that they had to rely on the other members to complete
their expectations of a victorious volleyball team. With the
utilization of teamwork and the application of the superb
experienced guidance of Coaches Dianne Innis and Susan
Lumley, the Trojan volleyball teams united, and slowly but
surely, watched as their visions finally transformed into
reality. They accomplished an extremely impressive win-
ning season. ln addition to the reward of victory, each
member of the Trojan teams received something beyond
any measure - the friendship between players that is
achieved only through the many long, hard hours of work-
ing toward a common goal, and then reaching it.
Opposite page above: Kim Standridge returns the ball over the outstretch-
ed arms of a Raider defender. Opposite page below left: Rhonda Black
bumps the ball. Opposite page below right: Susan Carter awaits an oppor-
tunity to spike against Duncanville. Above: Barbara Smith sets up for Shauna
Marcum as Tina Moore and Rachel Brown look on. Lett: Coach Susan
Lumley explains a defense as the JV volleyballers listen intently.
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This team's varsity baseball season proved to be a suc-
cessful one. They opened the season by splitting a double-
header with Abilene Cooper 8-6 and 9-O. After these games
Trinity ran off seven runs to Haltom's five. They dropped
their next two contests to F.W. Arlington Heights 12-0 and
Arlington 3-1. In two close decisions the Trojan sluggers
defeated Eastern Hills 8-7 and lost to Haltom 2-0. They
destroyed their next two opponents by scoring 18 runs
against Lamar and 12 against Trimble, while only giving up
10 total runs. By slim margins, Trinity lost their next two deci-
sions to O.D. Wyatt 10-8 and Richland 4-3. The varsity then
bounced back to a 7-3 win over Lamar before losing to the
Arlington Colts 5-4 to close out the regular season. Trinity's
District pre-season did not accurately depict their excellence
during district play. They opened 5A-9 play with an exciting
4-3 victory over Grand Prairie. The Trojans were then
shutout by Irving 2-0. They bounced back with an 8-4
defeat of South Grand Prairie. The Trojans then forced the
eventual 5A-9 champions Duncanville where they lost 8-2.
After the Duncanville loss Trinity rallied to 6 straight wins.
Opposite page above left: Larry Ryder rounds the bases. Opposite page
above right: Kip Gowland dives safely back into first base. Opposite page
below: Michael Patak and All-Dlstrlct selection Steve Bohannon discuss the
game. Above: Southpaw Mark Long prepares to swing away against Bell.
Right: Coach Townley applauds a Paul Gibson single.
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streak with wins over Irving 2-1 and South Grand Prairie 4-1.
Trinity next faced their arch-rival Dunconville. They were
again beaten by the Panthers 8-4. ln defeating Nimitz 2-O
the contenders kept up the Trojan spirit while still being in
position for the title. Unfortunately, after being defeated by
MacArthur 1-O they were no longer in contention for the ti-
tle. They closed the season with a defeat of Bell 7-3.
Although they didn't advance to the playoffs, Trinity carried
an outstanding 10-4 record through district play.
Through clutch hitting and speed, Kip Gowland led the
team in batting with an impressive .415 average and in
stolen bases with 14. Scott Bowen proved to be the team's
power man with 15 PtBl's. ln the pitching department Steve
Bohannon accomplished a 7-2 record and was named to the
All-District team while Michael Patak maintained a 1.60
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Running, dribbling, shooting, and tackling was what soc-
cer was all about. During a 90 minute game, the average
soccer player ran about 7 miles. Soccer, the world's ft team
sport, is on the slow rise in America and at THS. This trend
continued in 1982.
To be good in soccer, practice was essential. During the
first semester, the soccer team did nothing but practice for
district competition in February. The varsity soccer team had
seven district games and four non-district games. The team
won one, lost nine, and tied one. They beat Grand Prairie 4
to O. The team also tied against Bell. Even though it was Tim
Stout's first time to coach soccer, he did fairly well.
The soccer team was made up of many highly skilled in-
dividuals. Monty Marlin scored 3 goals during the season.
Kenny Migchelbrink scored twice while on varsity and once
while on junior varsity. Don Gilliland, Alfred Browning, and
Steve Moss each scored two goals. John Gilliland, and
Albert Esmailzadeh both scored once. Albert Esmailzadeh
had 13 attempts while Don Gilliland had 12. John Gilliland
and Kenny Migchelbrink each had 9 attempts. Although
1962 was not a successful season, the varsity soccer team is
looking forward to increased success next year.
Opposite page above left: Mike Baird tries to score. Opposite page above
right: Mike Humprey steals the ball. Opposite page below: Defenders
make cr wall. Above: Tuyen Nguyen gets the ball. Left: John Wallace dives
as John Virginia arrives to assist.
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the district meet, Regionals, and qualifying numerous swim-
mers for the state meet were examples of their success.
As the district meet approached the team swam through
it with accustomed ease, coming out on top. At Regionals
the boys' team did a double take from the district meet,
placing first, second, and sometimes third in most events.
This terrific performance gained them the regional title. The
girls, with limited team members, placed third. The combin-
ed score of both girls and boys outdistanced all other com-
petitors. The performances at Regionals qualified eleven
swimmers for Austin's state meet.
The boys' 200 yard medley relay consisted of Tim
McDonald, John Sepanski, Guy Page, and Greg Crouch. The
boys' 400 free relay included Tim McDonald, Jim Brigman,
Tom Ottoson, and Joe Kalbfleish. John Sepanski and Joe
Kalbfleish also qualified in the 100 yard butterfly while Tim
McDonald swam the 100 yard backstroke in addition to the
relay. The girls' 400 yard freestyle relay included Denise
Dansby, Kim Barnett, Lisa Hingst, and Ginger Christian.
Opposite page above left: Coach Stroble talks with manager Linza Valk.
Opposite page above right: Catching his breath is Chris McDonald's sole
desire after completing his event. Opposite page below left: Tom Ottoson
awaits the starter's instructions. Opposite page below right: Kim Barnett
swims a strong butterfly. Above left: Having completed his flip-turn Mark
Latshaw returns to the backstroke. Above: The spirited Trojan Swim Team.
Left: Lisa Hingst looks to Coach Stroble after her event.
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Concentration, that was the name of the game in diving.
The approach, the mount, andthe dive demanded precision
and exact movements. Hours of practice were spent learn-
ing new dives and perfecting old ones.
The THS divers worked hard this year. Although there
were only five divers, they did an outstanding job. The only
girl diver was Tonya Williams. ln her first year of diving she
placed second at District and sixth at Regionals, a great ac-
complishment for her. The other divers were Robb Miller,
Brison Phillips, Daryl Pate, and Chip Irby. Chip was the only
junior. Although not able to dive at the District meet
because of a broken eardrum, he contributed greatly by
assisting as a coach. The remaining three Seniors took first,
second and third at District: Miller, first: Phillips, second: and
Pate, third. At the Regional meet: Miller, again first: Phillips.
fifth: and Pate, sixth.
Though only Miller went to the State meet, the perfor
mance of all the divers this year was excellent.
Opposite page above left: Daryl Pate doing a front dive, layout position.
Opposite page above right: Robb Miller takes a practice jump. Opposite
page below left: Robb Miller approaches his dive. Opposite page below
right: Tonya Williams does a back dive, layout position. Above left: Tonya
Williams in the midst of a front dive, pike position. Above: Brison Phillips
trys a front dive, layout position with a half twist. Left: Brison Phillips takes
off for a dive.
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The Trinity Wrestling Team was victorious this past year
after working hard since September. Their final dual record
was satisfactory having won six, lost seven, and tied one.
They did well in the tournaments. ln the R. L. Turner Tourna-
ment they came out in eighth place and in the Equitable
Tournament, Trinity placed fourth. ln their tournament, the
wrestling team placed sixth and later took second place in
the district meet.
The Trinity Wrestling Team had twelve members qualify
for regionals. They were: Keith Hicks, Steve Russell, Charles
Mize, Terry Dale, Jeff Harrison, Mark Carl, Eric Ruffu, Mike
Douthit, Scott Green, Bruce Keffer, Bobby Keplinger, and
Jack Franke. At the regional tournament held at Bishop
Lynch, Trinity's Jeff Harrison and Mark Carl both placed third.
Eric Ruffu also placed third. Scott Green, Bruce Keffer, and
Jack Franke placed second. Of these wrestlers three
qualified for state. These three were: junior Scott Green,
senior Bruce Keffer, and junior Jack Franke. Bruce Keffer
took second in state competition. Overall, the wrestling
team had a good year, winning several honorable places
for their members.
Opposite page above: Junior Jack Franke secures a hold on his opponent.
Opposite page below: Junior Steve Russel successfully pins his challenger.
Above: Sophomore Eric Ruffu waits for the right moment to go on the offen-
sive. Delow: Junior Jeff Harrison manipulates himselfout ofa hold.
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cer was all about. During a 90 minute game, the average
soccer player ran about 7 miles. Soccer, the world's W1 team
sport, is on the slow rise in America and at THS, This trend
continued in 1982.
To be good in soccer, practice was essential. During the
first semester, the soccer team did nothing but practice for
district competition in February. The varsity soccer team had
seven district games and four non-district games. The team
won one, lost nine, and tied one. They beat Grand Prairie 4
to O. The team also tied against Dell. Even though it was Tim
Stout's first time to coach soccer, he did fairly well.
The soccer team was made up of many highly skilled in-
dividuals. Monty Marlin scored 3 goals during the season.
Kenny Migchelbrink scored twice while on varsity and once
while on junior varsity. Don Gilliland, Alfred Browning, and
Steve Moss each scored two goals. John Gilliland, and
Albert Esmailzadeh both scored once. Albert Esmailzadeh
had 13 attempts while Don Gilliland had 12. John Gilliland
and Kenny Migchelbrink each had 9 attempts. Although
1982 was not a successful season. the varsity soccer team is
looking forward to increased success next year.
Opposite page above left: Mike Baird tries to score. Opposite page above
right: Mike Humprey steals the ball. Opposite page below: Defenders
make a wall. Above: Tuyen Nguyen gets the ball. Left: John Wallace dives
as John Virginia arrives to assist.
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A Vision of Skill
Ms. Barbara Ratts coached the girls' gymnastics team to
their success in 1982. Her all-around girls were Rebecca
Eden and Shari Willis. All-around competitors are those who
work all four pieces of equipment. They must have increas-
ed stamina to participate in four strenuous events during just
one meet. The consistant high scorers on each event were
as follows: Vault - Shari Willis and Kathlina Wallace: both
juniors. Uneven Bars - Michelle Shaeffer: sophomore and
Shari Willis: junior. Balance Beam - Melissa McCoy and
Rebecca Eden: both seniors. Floor Exercise - Kathlina
Wallace and Shari Willis.
The team looked great through all of their meets. Ms.
Ratts said: "They worked hard and were dedicated: the big-
gest improvement was in the area of unity. They really
worked well together." The team worked out every day
fifth and sixth period, individually and with the group, to
constantly build the skills needed to be great competitors.
They competed well throughout the season.
Opposite Page: Melissa McCoy performs an extremely poised split leap on
the balance beam. Above Left: Rebecca Eden strives to complete her
strenuous uneven bar routine. Above Right: Shari Willis exhibits a back
walkover on the beam. Left: Kathlina Wallace shows great form during her
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Despite the fact that this was to be a rebuilding year, the
Trojans gymnastics team made an incredible comeback
after losing ten seniors from 1981's 2nd place state team.
This team was a young one, consisting of only two senior
competitors, Stephen Lee and Harvey Williams. Mr. Jerry
Milan ws the men's coach. His all-arounders were Senior
Stephen Lee and junior Grant Qualls. The most consistent
scorers in each event were as follows: Floor Exercise -
Grant Qualls and sophomore Damon Cunningham: Side
Horse - junior John Singletary and Damon Cunningham:
Rings - Stephen Lee and Grant Qualls: Vault - Grant
Qualls and Stephen Lee: Parallel Bars - junior Tom Croxen
and Harvey Williams: High Bar - junior Rocky Lopresti and
Grant Qualls. Mr. Milan said his men were constantly
building and, though they were a young team, will
hopefully become a top contender in the years to come.
Although the Trojans did not go to state as a team, they did
have individual qualifiers. Those who qualified were:
Stephen Lee on rings and Rodney Frazier on floor exercise.
Coach Milan was happy with the team's seasonal turnout
and feels sure that it will get even better next year.
Opposite Page Left: Harvey Williams begins a routine on the P-Bars. Op-
posite Page Above: Mike Whittaker displays his ring routine. Opposite
Page Below: Duane Wleland completes a giant on high bar. Above: John
Singletary competes in the compulsory pammel horse event. Left: State
Qualifier Stephen Lee executes an iron cross on rings.
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The Trojan golf season in 1962 was something of a disap-
pointment following three consecutive district golf cham-
pionships. lnexperience was the primary cause of the
team's inconsistency. However, with Lance Wingfield and
Kirk Starry providing the senior leadership the team made
marked improvement by the year's end. Despite this im-
provement the district title was lost.
During the year, an event occurred which, although good
for Bedford and Euless populous as a whole, created mild
havoc for the linksters. Ex-Dallas mayor Robert Folsom made
the Sotogrande Country Club complex, including the nine-
hole golf course, available to the city of Bedford. The city
was unable to decline the excellent offer and made the
purchase. The problem arose when the city decided to close
the golf course portion of the complex rather than make it a
municipal course. Thus the Trojans lost their most accessible
Opposite page left: Junior Mlke Lyon checks the lie of his ball prior to his
putt for par. Opposite page right: Mike swing thru on the putt. Above: All-
District golfer Lance Wingfield drives from the first tee at Sotogrande prlor to
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Although the golf team clearly went through a rebuilding
year this past season, there was reason to look ahead.
Coach Doyle Reynolds found a number of juniors and
sophomores who seemed to be anxious to return Trinity to
her former status as district champion. Among those were
sophomore Heidi Eberhardt, the team's only female partici-
pant and an excellent prospect: junior Mike Lyon, and
sophomore Tommy Howard.
Opposite page: Lance Wingfield follows through an a shot. Above: Lance
lines up a putt in practice. Right: As Mike Lyon shows, the backswlng is the
most important port ofa good putt.
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The Trinity Girls track team has had an excellent year.
The performance by the athletes was a tremendous im-
provement over last year. The girls team won four meets,
placed second in two meets, and placed third at District.
Also, ten new school records were set.
The girls worked extremely hard and dedicated
themselves to winning. They were rewarded at every track
meet with good performances and high places. The effort
put forth by each individual allowed the team to place
higher in the district meet than ever before. Personal best
times and performances were numerous.
The outstanding team members and their events were:
Ann Neal in the shot-put: Desty Hall, shot-put and discus:
Rachel Brown, high jump, long jump, and triple jump: and
Susan Carter, hurdles and triple jump. The two members
who made it to Regionals were Ann Neal and Rachel
The overall performance of the athletes was excellent.
Each girl put forth her best effort and strove to be winners.
Opposite page above left: Rachel Drown in the long jump. Opposite page
above right: Desty Holl has a strong arm for the discus. Opposite page
below left: Lisa Warbritton and Delores Palmore prepare for the start of o
race. Opposite page below right: Susan Carter flies over the hurdle with
ease. Above: Rachel Drown concentrates on an upcoming event. Left:
Delores Palmore runs strong during a race.
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toward the top. Two contributing factors were the talented
girls and the new, enthusiastic coach, Susan Lumley. She
helped push and encourage the girls to their highest
Many girls contributed greatly to the Trinity Track Team.
Outstanding performers were: Ann Neal, Desty Hall, Rachel
Brown, and Susan Carter. Other high scoring performers
were: Angela McGilvray, Delores Palmore, Lisa Warbritton,
Mary Hayes, Renee Weaver, Charlotte Sebastian,
Stephanie Walter, and Christy West. Still, other athletes
were: Angela Jeans, Gwen Bell, Shawna Marcum, Gina
Cucci, Tonya Terrill, Donnie McRight, Lisa Dunham, Janie
Perez, Mary Hart, Doris Reed, and Mary Kruzel.
With the combined efforts of Coach Lumley and the
athletes, the track team completed a successful year. The
hours of training and dedication were important ingredients
which assisted in creating a winning season. The returning
girls will provide next year's team with a strong foundation
to build another winning team.
Opposite page left: Mary Hart is a promising, returning shot-puter. Opposite
page above right: Janie Perez pulls ahead in the curve. Opposite page
below right: Mary Kruzel easily clears the high jump bar. Above Left: Ann
Neal prepares for the discus throw. Ann and Desty Hall each had shot
throws among the state's top 5 this year. Above: Lisa Warbritton concen-
trates on her race. Left: Stephanie Walter runs a strong race at the district
meet at UTA.
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Cross country running is a much overlooked sport. lt is also
one which requires a great amount of stamina and mental
preparation because of the long distances that must be
covered. This year, the boy's team, coached by Bill Shatford,
was one which had several superb members, noticeably
Willie Henderson, who qualified for regionals, Lorenzo
Berenguer, Steve Palmore, Jeff Hileman, and sophomore
Russell Stedman, who placed 22nd in the district meet.
During the off-season, the team lifted weights. Also, they
ran every day of the season, which consisted of September
and October, to keep in shape.
This year, both the Junior Varsity and the Varsity cross
country teams had outstanding performances in several
meets. Their efforts were visible in the district meet, with
both teams placing second, and in the Ft. Worth Country
Day Invitational Meet in which the Varsity were runners-up.
All in all, Coach Shatford and the rest of the students looked
toward the '82 season with much optimism because of the
considerable number of superior runners who are returning
to make next year's squad repeat and even excel last
year's quality season.
Opposite page above left: Coach Dill Shatford instructs his students. Op-
posite page above right: Willie Henderson wins again. Opposite page
below left: Trojans prepare for a strenuous run. Opposite page below right:
Team member Tony Harald endures the race. Above: Lorenzo Berenguer
demonstrates warm ups. Left: Regional finalist Willie Henderson.
Practice Earns Rewards
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Rodeo was one sport that took a strong body, a great
deal of skill, coordination, and a knowledge of animals in
which to compete. Thirteen students at Trinity possessed all
of these elements. They were the members of the school
The members competed in rodeos throughout the year.
At each rodeo there were twelve events, each requiring a
512.50 entry fee. This was the reason area businesses spon-
sored the team in such events as bull and bare back riding,
team roping and barrel racing, among others. Team
members practiced regularly in hopes of qualifying for the
state championships. Two people from Trinity accomplished
this goal. Doreen Zaremba and Gerald Maynard competed
in the state meet, held at Bowie, on June tst. Gerald did
especially well in the chute dogging competition, an event
that usually takes about five seconds to complete.
Playing a part in the team's success were the sponsors Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Gasch and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bynum. lt was their
responsibility to see that meetings were attended,
members learned of the upcoming rodeos, entry fees were
paid and the other duties were completed. They also
devoted many long hours to organize the Trinity High
Rodeo. The team members and sponsors, through hard
work and devotion managed to complete a spectacular
Opposite page: A sequence of pictures shows the skill, concentration, and
strength necessary to ride bulls successfully. Above: A barrel racer circles a
barrel in hopes of gaining the fastest time possible. Left: James Mendenhall
exhibits his ability for bull riding.
The Mony Foces of Rodeo
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Thirteen members and four sponsors made up the 1981-82
Rodeo Club. The club met every Tuesday night to discuss
plans for upcoming rodeos, to come up with fund raising
ideas, and to talk about their club picnic. Members kept
busy by asking area businesses to sponsor local rodeo
events. They also sold lottery tickets to HEB residents for a
free side of beef. To make sure projects ran smoothly officers
were chosen. They were: Pres: Jackie Bynum, V. Pres:
Doreen Zaremba, Sec: Elaine Thomes, and Serg. at Arms:
The most active time of the year came during the fourth
weekend in February. That was when the club sponsored
the Trinity High School Rodeo at Alta Vista Arena. The three
day event had to be organized with precise skill. This skill
was displayed as programs were printed, livestock was
ordered and sponsors were found. The Rodeo Club suc-
cessfully came through as the rodeo proved to be a tremen-
The Trinity High School Rodeo was a perfect example of
how a group of people could get together and accomplish
their goals through hard work. It was symbolic of the club's
determination that it represented Trinity in its usual superb
Opposite page, above right: Future Rodeo club members practice roping.
Opposite page, above left: Doreen Zaremba participates in the goat tying
competition. Opposite page below: Gary Burden enjoys a moment of
relaxation. Above left: James Mendenhall helps in the bull shoot. Above
right: The 1981-'82 Rodeo Queen Kelly Vaughn. Left: The strain of bullriding
can be seen in James Mendenhall's face.
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This year, as in the past, the Trinity teaching staff chose
four young men and women for Mr. and Miss THS nominees.
These students were chosen for their outstanding ac-
complishments, attitudes and contributions to Trinity in their
three years. After these eight had been selected. one
young man and woman were chosen for the distinguished
positions of Mr. and Miss THS.
Opposite page above left. Kevin Kyrlsh. Opposite page above right:
Melanie Wllklnson. Opposlte page below left: Amy White. Opposite page
below rlght: Dan Hall. Above left: Melissa McCoy. Above right: Shannon
Henson. Above. Scott Adams. Left: Steve Prlddy.
Kevin Kyrish was given the distinguished honor of
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the A Cappella choir for three years at THS. In his
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p omore year he was rn A Cappella II and in his
junior and senior year in A Cappella I. Kevin acted as
student d' ' '
irector for A Cappella I In his final year. He
was also a three-year member of the vocal ensemble
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his receiving the HEB Fine Arts Scholorshi H I
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tend North Texas State University working for a double
major in piano and voice. In Kevin's sophomore d
senior year he made the All-State choir which led to
yet another scholarship, the Trinity High School Ch '
Scholarship. Kevin has also been in the Spanish Club
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or hrs three years and rn his senior year was elected
historian for the club.
The THS faculty chose Mellssa McCoy as Mlss THS
for the '81-'82 school year. Mellssa was an actlve
member of the gymnastics team and quallfled for
state. She showed her gymnastlc talents by belng
a cheerleader for three years, At cheerleader camp
she was chosen for All-American cheerleader and,
In dolng so. earned a posltlon on the Natlonal
Cheerleader Assoclatlon staff. Mellssa's pleaslng
personality gave way to yet another honor. being
chosen for the '81-'82 Homecoming Court. Another
cltatlon glven to Mellssa was the Euless Clty Councll
Award. Mellssa was 40th ln class ranklng and has
been on the Natlonal Honor Soclety both herjunlor
and senior years. Her grades and talent enabled
her to attend Texas AGM where she wlll major ln
computer science and after graduating wlll work
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Charles Daniel DeMarque received the
Valedictorian Award for the senior class. He was
in Honor Society, Young Life, Executive Council,
and on the Basketball team. He graduated with
the honors of TWC Book Award, Young Texas of
the Month Award, Valedictorian, Boys' State,
and All-Area Honorable Mention Basketball
Dan plans to attend either Baylor, Texas A 6
M, or Austin College. His field of study will be
Medicine and his future goals are to be either a
doctor, dentist, or on orthodontist. Dan
graduated with o grade point average of 2965.
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In recognition of leadership, scholarship, and involvement
two very special honors, the DAR Scholastic Award and the
Mid-Cities Optimist Award, are bestowed upon two deserv-
ing seniors each year. The local DAR Chapter selected
Margaret Lucas as the recipient for 1981-82. Margaret, a
very dedicated student, expressed her involvement through
the French Club, of which she had been a three year
member. She also was a member of the National Honor
Society and held the office of service chairman. Margaret's
studious character and established devotion prompted the
DAR Chapter to present her with this honor.
The Mid-Cities Optimist Club focused on Shannon Henson
as Trinity's Outstanding Senior for this year. Shannon, a very
involved student, was a member of the Triune Staff and had
served on the Executive Council for two years. She ex-
hibited outstanding leadership qualities as she took on the
position of head twirler for Trinity's Marching Band. As an ac-
tive National Honor Society member she also served as
Both of these fine young ladies were chosen as a result of
their abilities to excel academically, and equally important-
ly, for their strong dedication and hard work which has earn-
ed them the respect of many.
Opposite page above: Margaret Lucas is very actlve academically. Op-
posite page below left: The 1981-62 DAR recipient. Opposite page below
right: Margaret sets up committees for NHS. Upper left: Shannon Henson
prepares for NHS induction. Upper right: The 1981-62 Mld-Cltles Optimist. Op-
poslte left: Shannon enjoys her Honors Engllsh class tremendously.
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Each year the faculty of Trinity High School selects a uni-
que teacher to be honored as Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Dee
Yeats was appropriately awarded with this title for the
1961-82 year. Throughout her nine years at Trinity, Mrs.
Yeats has been extremely dedicated to the Speech and
Drama departments. Although she no longer teaches these
classes, she participated as contest director for UIL competi-
tion for her third year. Mrs. Yeats is now teaching English
and Spanish. Besides being notably gifted in these areas,
Mrs. Yeats gives much of her time and talent to enjoy sing-
ing in Community Choirs and in the designing and sewing
Mrs. Yeats is remarkably devoted to her work and gives
her entire being to make her teaching creatively interesting
for her students. Her in-depth concern for each student's in-
dividual character allows for a special student-teacher rela-
tionship that students can confide in. She is continuously
teaching on and off campus. Mrs. Dee Yeats' incredible
knowledge is unlimited, making her a very respected
teacher deserving of the title of Teacher of the Year.
Opposite page above left: Mrs. Yeats speaks with a concerned parent. Op-
poslte page above right: Organizing a unit for her Spanish class, Mrs. Yeats
works intently. Opposite page below: Mrs. Yeats gives aide on an English
assignment. Above: After a fulfilling day of teaching Mrs. Yeats heads
home. Left: Mrs. Yeats takes care of important duties in the attendance
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lt has become a Trinity tradition that certain organizations
on the campus annually select their Sweethearts and
beaus. This year the clubs participating in the selection of
one male and one female favorite to represent their
organization were FBLA, DECA, FHA, and Drill Team. Due to
their hours of time and effort contributed to FBLA, the reci-
pients of the title of Mr. and Miss FBLA were junior Teresa
Calhoun and junior Mark Mowery. ln addition to FBLA, DECA
also voted on a sweetheart and beau. As a result of their
outstanding achievements in DECA, senior Julie Bearrow
was chosen as DECA Sweetheart and senior Russel Daniels
as DECA Beau. Also, this year FHA voted on their choice for
sweetheart and beau. The result of that election named
senior Kim Knott FHA sweetheart, while senior Scott Bowen
received the title of FHA beau. The final organization to
choose a sweetheart and beau was Drill Team. This years
Troy-Ann election named senior Ricky Moon as their Drill
Team Beau. Yet. the person receiving the title of
Outstanding Troy-Ann was selected solely by Mrs. Beverly
Skipper. The 1981-82 Outstanding Troy-Ann was senior Amy
White, who served this year as Drill Team captain.
Opposite page left: Troy-Ann Beau Ricky Moon. Opposite page right:
Outstanding Troy-Ann Amy White. Above left: Julie Bearrow and Russel
Daniels, DECA Sweetheart and Beau. Above right: Klm Knott and Scott
Bowen, FHA Sweetheart and Beau. Left: Teresa Calhoun and Mark
Mowery, Mr. and Miss FBLA.
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The following student athletes either made All-
District, All-Region, or All-State in their respective
Opposite page above: Boy's track: Front row: Rod
Parker. Second Row: Brian Michelsen. Third Row:
Ray Holtzclow, Tony Dunn, and Lorenzo Berenguer.
Back Row: Scott Adams, Mike Lovejoy, and Steve
Palmore. Opposite page below left: Cross country:
Juanita Wilson. Opposite page below right: Boy's
gymnastics: Front Row: Tom Croxen and Mike
Kruzel. Second Row: Mike Whittaker, John
Singletary, Stephen Lee, and Grant Qualls. Back
Row: David Dunn and Damon Cunningham. Not
pictured: Rodney Frazier. Above: Girl's gymnastics:
Front Row: Melissa McCoy, Cindy Jones, and Rebec-
ca Eden. Back Row: Kathlina Wallace, Judy
Erickson, and Shari Willis. Left: Wrestling: Scott
Green and .lack Franke. Not pictured: Bruce Keffer.
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rehoyos. Laura Lepro. Lauri Luce, Jeff Higham, and Mike Crawford. Thlrd row: Robert Hill, Joe Gouyton, James Colllns, Randy Howard, Ronnle Dreyer, Mark Case, and Shannon
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or forensics in UIL competition.
Opposite page above left: All-Region Orchestra: Front
row: TJ Irwin, Gina Benoit, and Wendy Fruehan. Back
row: Mark Moore, James Collins, and Ronnie Dreyer.
Not pictured: Tommy Walker. Opposite page above
right: All-Area Band: Front row: Robert Hill, Alan
White, Laura Lepro, and Mike Crawford. Back row:
Mark Moore, Tyler Adkins, and Mark Case. Not pic-
tured: Blane Womble and Tommy Walker. Opposite
page below: State qualifiers in forensics: David
Wilson, Pat Culbert, Sundy Muse, Tom Wurst, and Dori
Swyhart. Not pictured: Katie Racz and Doug Simmons.
Left: All-State Band: Front row: Laura Lepro. Back row:
Ronnie Dreyer, Mark Moore, and Alan White.
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ART: "Both David and Randall are receptive in working
with new ideas, procedures, and information to develop
themselves artistically as far as possibIe."
GOVERNMENT: "When other students have decided it's
time to quit, Lisa continues working."
CREATIVE WRITING: "Amy's bubbly personality and en-
thusiasm for creativity make her a joy to teach."
BAND: "Ronnie is a good leader, very friendly, and
likeable. He is, of course, an outstanding musician."
BASEBALL: "Paul makes the most of every ounce of talent
that he has. He is a great asset to our baseball team."
BOY'S BASKETBALL: "Dan has a good attitude and is will-
ing to work hard to achieve his goaIs."
GIRL'S BASKETBALL: "She exhibits self-discipline in a style
that makes her very special."
Opposite page above left: Who's Who in Art - Davld Ozebek and Randall
McCoy. Opposite page above rlght: Who's Who In Government - Llsa
Barnes. Opposite page, below left: Who's Who in Creative Writing - Amy
White. Opposite page below right: Who's Who in Band - Ronnle Dreyer.
Above Lett: Who's Who In Baseball - Paul Gibson. Above right: Who's
Who In Boy's Basketball - Dan DeMarque. Left: Who's Who In Glrl's Basket-
ball - Danell Martin.
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and willingness to work and contribute."
BUSINESS: "linger is a delightful, open-minded person
who excels in all areas of business."
CHEMISTRY: "Laura combines unique intelligence with
great discipline. She's intellectually curious."
CHOIR: "Kevin's outstanding musicianship and consisten-
cy has allowed him his many achievements with music."
COSMETOLOGY: "Tricia has an even temperament and
punctuality and is well liked by her classmates. She's ex-
ceptional in her work in Cosmetology."
CVAE: "David attains self-satisfaction by performing to
the best of his ability in CVAE shop."
CVAE-COOP: "Tommy is cooperative, dependable, and
Opposite page above left: Who's Who in Building Trades - Stephen Lee.
Opposite page above right: Who's Who in Business - linger Pyles. Op-
poslte page below left: Who's Who In Chemistry - Laura Battle. Opposite
page below right: Who's Who in Choir - Kevin Kyrlsh. Above left: Who's
Who in Cosmetology - Tricia Floyd. Above right: Who's Who in CVAE -
David Burk. Left: Who's Who ln CVAE-Coop - Tommy Roberts.
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Her hard work makes her a real performer and a true
HECE: "Laura's responsibility, enthusiasm, initiative, and
scholastic ability all combine to produce the positive at-
titude she displays in HECE."
HISTORY: "Her ability to assimilate and evaluate historical
information have been seen in Tresie's unique personality
in two years of Honor's classes."
HOCE: "Rebecca Woods is one of the most dependable
and consistent supporters of HOCE."
HOMEMAKING: "Jill accepts responsibility and displays
leadership qualities with great confidence."
ICT: "James is an outstanding person on and off the job.
He's outgoing and sincere with a good sense of humor."
MATHL "Tre, who is presently excelling in Calculus, has
successfully completed every math course we have offered
here at Trinity High."
Opposite page above left: Who's Who In GIrl's Gymnastics - Rebecca
Eden. Opposite page above rlght: Who's Who ln HECE - Laura Abbott. Op-
poslte page below left: Who's Who In History - Tresle Ferguson. Opposite
page below right: Who's Who In HOCE - Rebecca Woods. Above left:
Who's Who In Homemaklng - Jill Noonan. Above right: Who's Who In ICT
- James Butler. Left: Who's Who in Math - Tre Groeschel
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shows great desire and pride in her work."
OEA: "As President of OEA, Ann does a good job both in
the classroom and on the job and always sets a good
PHOTOGRAPHY: "Her perservance, artistic eye. and ex-
ceptional attitude make Merry Pat one of the best students
l've had in years."
PHYSICS: "John is a very dedicated individual with a
great understanding of scientific concepts who has set lofty
goals for himself."
PSYCHOLOGY: "Robert really applies what he learned.
He carries the principles of Psychology into daily observation
RADIO AND T.V: "Katie is a very pleasant student who is
interested in electronics and plans to continue after
SOCCER: "Sean has outstanding qualities other than his
hustle: his determination. responsibility, and respect."
Opposite page above left: Who's Who in Newspaper - Becky Heid. Op-
posite page above right: Who's Who in OEA - Ann Finley. Opposite page
below left: Who's Who in Photography - Merry Pat Willloms. Opposite
page below right: Who's Who in Physics - John Seponski. Above left:
Who's Who in Psychology - Robert Hill. Above right: Who's Who in Radio
and T.V. - Katie Trudgett. Left: Who's Who in Soccer - Sean Seibert.
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hard worker and is always positive."
SPANISH: "Steve has an unusual interest in this subject.
He's enthusiastic and outgoing."
SPEECH: "David is mature, ambitious. and dedicated to
the development of Fine Arts - especially speech."
SOCIOLOGY: "Vikki has perceptive insight and com-
prehension. She is serious, patient, curious, and sincere."
GlPiL'S SWIMMING: "Lisa pushes herself to perfection. She
works hard in practice and is a 'team' person."
GlRL'S TENNIS: "Mindy and Tessa are both excellent
students and super athletes."
BOY'S TENNIS: "Steve has a solid temperament and deep
consideration for others. His athletic ability makes him an
outstanding young man."
Opposite page above left: Who's Who In Boy's Swimming - Jim Brlgmon.
Opposite page above right: Who's Who in Spanish - Steve Coxsey. Op-
posite page below left: Who's Who in Speech - David Wilson. Opposite
page below right: Who's Who in Sociology - Vlkkl Wasson. Above left:
Who's Who in GirI's Swimming - Lisa Hlngst. Above right: Who's Who in
Girl's Tennis - Mindy Hobart and Tessa Bartleld. Left: Who's Who in Boy's
Tennls - Steve Hall.
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personality blend to form a creative and self-disciplined
MDE: "A polite and sincere worker rated "excellent plus"
by his employer, Jeff knows the food market industry
BOY'S TRACK: "Steve is an excellent, hard working, all-
around performer in five events."
GlRL'S TRACK: "Ann executes almost perfect form in the
shot put and discus, a precise and detailed event in which
she is among the top ten in the state."
VOLLEYBALL: "Kim, our number one hitter, is friendly to
everyone and plays well in pressure situations."
WRESTLING: "He gives more to the program than what is
expected. He is friendly, respectful, and dedicated."
YEARBOOK: "Ricky puts in many hard hours and his will-
ingness has saved the day many times. Cathy shows a ge-
nuine interest in doing her best at all times. Consistency is
Opposite page above left: Who's Who In Theater Arts - Dorl Swyhart. Op-
posite page above right: Who's Who In MDE - Jeff Richards. Opposite
page below left: Who's Who in Glrl's Track - Ann Kay Neal. Opposite
page below rlght: Who's Who In Boys Track - Steve Palmore. Above left:
Who's Who In Volleyball - Klm Standridge. Above right: Who's Who In
Wrestling - Jeff Harrlson. Left: Who's Who In Yearbook - Ricky Moon and
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Diary of Anne Frank
Polontir Sees All
Palantir! The Trojans' way of saying "Welcome to Trinity's
Each issue of the Palantir was filled with news media of
current issues and numerous advertising features. The
advertisement used in the Palantir increased the production
of sales and helped to pay for the paper.
This year's editor was Becky Heid, a second year
member. Her dedication and outside work aided in the pro-
duction of the Palantir. The co-editor was .lim Stubblefield:
who was also responsible for the sports section of the paper.
All of the photography was done by sophomore Tracy Hunt
and Sean Seibert.
The Palantir was published every three weeks and,
unlike the years past, this year's edition of the Palantir was
printed in twelve page issues instead of only eight pages
The 81-82 Palantir was sponsored by Mr. Monte Miller. He
made it possible for Trinity to produce a terrific school
Opposite Page Above Left: Myra Clements works on an Important article.
Opposite Page Above Right: Typing becomes a necesslty. as shown by
Becky Held. Opposite Page Below Left: Becky Held assists a fellow staffer
on a difflcult layout. Opposite Page Below Right: Mr. Miller discusses a
classified ad. Above: Jim Stubblefleld works out an art deslgn. Left: Nora
Sanchez works to meet her deadline.
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The Student Council is an organization that was designed
specifically to benefit Trinity High School and its student
body. However, the Student Council is also an outstanding
service organization for the teachers and the community.
This year the Council officers and their sponsor Gerry Woods
joined together to devise numerous projects to be done
throughout the year. Realizing that the teachers are a vital
part of Trinity, the Student Council formed a Teacher Ap-
preciation Committee to honor the teachers each month.
The council provided brunches, ice cream socials, coupons
for student service, spirit buttons, and season get-togethers
to express their feelings of gratitude for the teachers'
dedication. The Council also aided the teachers during
registration, mock scbedules, and in any other way that
they could be of assistance. Along with their willingness to
serve Trinity, the Student Council felt it was necessary to aid
their surrounding community. This was evident through
safety programs, visiting Senior Citizens, and by the
organization of a Christmas party for needy children. Stu-
dent Council is indeed an organization that cares deeply for
their school while also being extremely concerned about
Opposite page: Top Row: Senior Randy Davis. Second Row: Senior Rlcky
Moon. Middle Row: Senior Tracy Sharp. Fourth Row: Soph. Chris Blackwell.
Bottom Row: Soph. Keith Odom. Above: Left to Right: Officers: Cara Bates,
Parl.: Melanie Wilkinson, Pres., lon Beasley, V.P.: Teri Borg, Sec.: Elizabeth
Helvey, Corr. Sec.: and Melissa Capello, Treas. Lett: Student Council Sponsor
Mrs. Gerry Woods.
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Dedicating themselves to a united purpose, the Trinity
High School Student Council this year provided numerous op-
portunities for student participation. During the excitement
of football season in the fall, the Student Council diligently
worked, combining their efforts, to produce a tremendous
homecoming week. Starting weeks ahead of time, they
organized committees to plan for the homecoming ac-
tivities, which included planning the homecoming dance,
devising the Flaming T, and the organization of the
homecoming parade. Unfortunately for the students, rainy
weather caused the cancellation of the parade and the
postponement of the Flaming T until Bell week.
The Student Council also provided Trinity students with
holiday activities during Christmas and Valentine's Day. Stu-
dent Council members were often seen in the cafeteria sell-
ing Christmas cards and Christmas carols, Valentine's Day
kiss-o-grams and sing-o-grams, but the excitement came
during the day of delivery with a surprise kiss during second
period. Within the halls the holiday spirit that the Student
Council contributions made were seen in the excitement of
the student body and the cooperation and participation of
Opposite Page Top Left: Teacher Appreciation gives Student Council a
chance to say thank you to the teachers, Opposite Page Top Right: lon
Beasley talks to Student Council about mug sales. Opposite Page Bottom:
Judi Stam delivers a kiss to Tim Workman. Above: Student Council
members deliver sing-o-grams for Valentine's Day. Left: Marti Atchley
dresses as a clown for the chiIdren's Christmas party.
Organizations and Activities
Seniors Seek Success
As the senior year approached, the members of the class
began to build up their treasury. They began the money-
making year by sponsoring the first dance of the football
season. The seniors tried something new this year. For a
money-making project, they sponsored a skateothon.
Although it was cancelled several times due to severe
weather, when the function finally went through, it was a
great success. Many seniors were "rolling around the rink"
to collect money for their class.
The valentine season was also a money-making season
for the senior class. The class sold carnations for everyone's
sweethearts on Friday, February 12. This was also a great
success financially. The upper-classmen also sponsored a
candy sole in March to bring some extra money to the
treasury. Perhaps the most successful sale for the seniors
was the sale of prom tickets.This money took core of the ex-
penses of Las Colinas where the prom was held.
All in all the senior class had o successful year with its
sales and campaigns. They acquired enough money over
the months to enjoy their long awaited prom.
Opposite page above left: Some senior skaters take a fall. Opposite page
above right: Clowning skaters turn the corner. Opposite page below left: A
couple enjoys a chance to skate together. Opposite page below right: Bob
Hildreth prepares to pass out carnations. Above: The Senior Council
engages in a weekly meeting. Left: Marsha Byars counts remaining
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The Junior Executive Council had a very successful year
actively and financially. Part of this was due to the
dedicated sponsors Mrs. Diana Keown, Mrs. Barbara Ratts,
and the new sponsor, Miss Nancy Richardson. Credit should
also be given to officers Paul Waschka, Ricky Morgan, Laura
Battle, and Jan Offield. And, of course. to the active par-
ticipation of council members, which consisted of forty-five
juniors. All of these devoted people assembled at meetings
before school in Mrs. Ratts' room. They had the important
task of deciding upon a location for a prom. Among those
nominated were the Anatole, the Americana and the
Adolphus. Items taken into consideration were: the will-
ingness ofa place to hold a prom, the accommodations, and
the cost. To help cushion the cost of a prom, the junior ex-
ecutive council held some fund raisers. First, they sponsored
a dance. Second, they had MGM sales in November and
February. Another profitable project was their working at
Texas Stadium at the beginning of the football season. With
all of these activities, the junior executive council still had
time to construct the winning homecoming float. All in all,
the junior executive council had an exciting and prosperous
Opposite page upper left: Mlss Nancy Richardson listens to suggestions for
the future prom site. Opposite page upper right: Wendy Johnson shows off
a succulent pizza. Opposite page below: Godfather's Pizza provides a
pleasant atmosphere for councll members. Left: Mrs. Diana Keown looks
up from her list of prom suggestions.
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Take three dedicated teachers, many eager sophomores, plus
a great deal of determination and hard work and what do you
get? The Sophomore Executive Council. The main objective of the
Council was to begin planning their senior prom and to start rais-
ing the money to fund it. Under the leadership of sponsors Nelson
Moore, Betty Riley, and Beverly Moore, the Sophs began fund-
raising projects and ideas for the upcoming years. The
Sophomores pulled together at the beginning of the year and
created a fantastic float for the Homecoming parade and game.
From that, they set out selling t-shirts with their class yell printed
on it, followed by "T" plaques, MGM's, and their big project of the
year, the litterbasket sales. The Council also sponsored dances, a
day at the waterslide, and the "Battle of the Bands."
With class officers David O'Drien, Mike Humphrey, Darla
Dowell, and Deelyn Donnelly, the class was led to an overall suc-
cessful year. Many hours of long and hard work were involved in
seeking to keep the class united and in raising money. However,
in May of 1984, all of the time and effort will be rewarded.
Opposite page left: David O'Brien, class president, listens to suggestions from the
councll. Opposlte page above right: Julle Tarrant llstens to "Howdy Dance" plans.
Opposite page below right: Wayne Hanson proudly shows off hls class t-shlrt dur-
lng lunch. Above: Ron Lewis supports his class by buying M6M's from Dart Stark.
Left: Council member Shannon McGrann hangs posters to advertise the "Battle of
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There were qualities seen in some special students this
year that went beyond the characteristics visible in the
average student. These "fourth dimension" attributes of
scholarship, leadership, character, and service all
characterized the National Honor Society members.
The National Honor Society was involved in several pro-
jects this year. ln the fall, NHS sponsored a Homecoming Tea
for all Trinity ex-students. Thanks to all the hard work and
support of the members, this tea was a huge success and
enjoyed by many.
In January, the NHS had a directory sale. This sale was
unique in two ways. First, the book was totally different
than any other previously distributed. Instead of the annual
"Student Directory" cover, Gina Benoit designed "Trinity's
Little Black Book's" eye-catching design. Because of this and
the hardworking members, the order set a new record of
500 directories sold in one day.
These "fourth dimension" students concluded the year of
fun and beneficial projects as one of the most successful
chapters in Trinity's history.
Opposite page above: Pres. Lori Williams, Sec. Sharla Roach, and Treas.
Shannon Henson prepare for the Ex's Tea. Opposite page below left: Spon-
sors Judy Briscoe and Lorraine Lamb discuss induction. Opposite page
below right: New member, Lorenzo Berenguer, runs for office. Above: Ac-
tive members llsten attentively. Left: Vice Pres. Gina Benoit types the Stu-
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Behold o Classical Band
The Symphonic Band, which was
directed by Mr. Neugent, performed,
"Gallante Dances," "Enigma Varia-
tions," and "Storm and Sunshine" for
their U.l.L. program and earned a
Sweepstakes Trophy. ln an earlier per-
formance in Galveston at the Southwest
Band Festival, they also received ones
and got Outstanding Band, which was
chosen from over sixty bands.
The Concert Band, which was con-
ducted by Mr. Harville, performed "First
Suite for Band," "Court Festival," and
"Wycliff Variations" they did an
outstanding job being the only second
band there receiving straight ones and
a Sweepstakes Trophy.
The Jozz Band performed at various
junior highs and in the Lunch Bunch
Series. Under the fine direction of Mr.
Park the '81-'82 Jazz Band was one of
the best Trinity has ever seen.
"lt's over," sighed band students. It had been a year of
long blistering rehearsals during marching season and
tedious rehearsals during concert season. Symphonic band
member, Bart Stark, pointed out, "lt gives me a sense of
pride and accomplishment when l look back at the year. It
also gives me the will and discipline to work harder and
look forward to next year even more."
Under the meticulous direction of Mr. Tom Neugent, Mr.
Lawrence Harville, and Mr. Rick Park, the marching band
superbly executed their U.l.L. marching show, which was
held at U.T. Arlington, and received a 1, the highest honor
given. ln addition to the first division rating, the THS Mar-
ching Band also received a standing ovation. During mar-
ching season, all three bands are combined, but in concert,
they were divided into three separate bands.
ln order to be in the THS band, an individual must have
patience, a sense of responsibility, and an enormous
amount of discipline. Trojan Band members displayed these
qualities throughout the year.
Opposite page above: The Jazz Band, after a performance in the Lunch
Bunch Series. Opposite page below: Lonnie Oerman and Kevin Owens ex-
ecute their routine during "Flight of the Bumblebee". Above left: Mr.
Neugent rehearsed the band for the spring concert. Above right: Brothers
John and James Collins flank Rachel DeMoyes as they perform at the
Gopher Bowl. Below left: Mike Harris and Robert Shorkey execute their
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Nelson Eubanks. Cassle Cochran, Vlcki Warren, Ronnie Lackey. Patricia Helvey. Davld Ozbeck, Carole Garrerson, Ken McFarland, Cyndi Fletcher, Ricky Morgan, Cynthia
Alsobrook. Third Row: Kisha White, Tracy Forney, Rick Adams, Dan Hall, Christy Crawford, Bill Brewer. Jana Landers, Julie Bateman, Kevin Kyrlsh. Laura Kosrelnick, Paul Vaughr
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Kim Donnette Calhoun, Donna Whorton, Donald McMinn, Wayne Chernick, Steve Coe. Tom Negozio, Jimmy White. Gary Cook, Tim Bean, Stephanie
Wardell, Amanda Rojas, Sandy Hightower. Second Row: Janice Payton, Angela Wood, Tracy Farrer, Lisa Powell, Rene Boyd, Charles Dempsey, Donald Paukner, Steve Hord, Steve
Hoskins, James Rose, Ron Peterson, Cindy Wallace, Margie Rojas, Renee Klng, Lori Johnson, Colleen Ratliff, Kathy Woodrow. Third Row: Terisa Gibbs, Lisa Dlontz, Tonl Conner,
Melody Kernodle, Donny Duke, Linze Volk, Chris Goodson, Keith Morgan, Joe Sillivent, Chris Clark, Shawn Crow, Kim Leddon, Dawn Bittinger, Morloina Grezeszak.
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"Big G. Little o Go, Go. . .l" was one of many cheers that
the cheerleaders performed at pep rallies, football games,
basketball games, and numerous other occasions. ln order
to achieve excellence the cheerleaders, Pam Chesbro,
Sheryl Kuhn, Melissa McCoy, Lando Mauldin, Jackie
Svochak, Debbie Haass, Sandy Lauridsen, and Lynette
Mercer attended Stephen F. Austin State University with
forty-five other squads from all parts of Texas. From 360 girls
at camp, Melissa McCoy was chosen All-American
cheerleader based on her spirit, sharpness, and tumbling.
Pat Culbert, Mike Kruzel, and Mike Whittaker were the
outstanding yellmen that assisted the cheerleaders in their
In addition to the varsity cheerleaders, the junior varsity
cheerleaders, which included Diane Darrow, Suzy Dyer,
Shawn Gray, Angie Howse, and Michelle Schaeffer, cheered
the junior varsity football team on to an undefeated season.
Mrs. Barbara Ross deserved special credit for her
choreography, the skills of the cheerleaders, and the coor-
dination ofthe pep rallies.
No school would be complete without a mascot to boost
spirit and represent the vitality of our school. Kim Standridge
did an excellent job of representing Trinity's tremendous
Opposite page above: Mike Kruzel held our flag during the alma mater.
Opposite page lower left: Angie Howse cheers for a victory. Opposite page
below right: Kim Standridge, our spirited mascot. Above left: Cheerleaders
execute an excellent ladder. Above right: Debbbie and Jackie exchange a
warm hug during the homecoming game. Below left: Pat and Debbie
watch Trojan football.
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What is MOCT? MOCT stands for the Men of Company
They provided the student body of Trinity with their
own special kind of entertainment. They were present at
every pep rally and most football games whether at home
During pep rallies the MOCT acted out skits for the
students as well as leading the Senior class with yells and
chants. Also, constructing run-through signs and posters to
hang on the fences of Pennington field were among the
many projects that MOCT did to keep the football games
MOCT was just as supportive of the basketball team.
They were "loudly and clearly" present at most of the
team's home games. The sponsor for the Men of Company
"T" was Mr. Barney. He got this rowdy group of men
together at the beginning of the year to establish member-
ships and rules. The officers for the 1982 Moct were: Todd
Spradlin - President, John Alcedo - Vice President, Kevin
Killingsworth - Secretary, Russell Daniels - Treasurer.
The MOCT was a great inspiration to the football players
as well as other students by providing their lively spirit and
enthusiasm at many Trinity functions.
Opposite Page Left: Todd Spradlin is pictured performing a skit during a pep
rally. Opposite Page Above: Members of MOCT do their verslon of "This ls
Your Life." Opposite Page Below: Jeff Richards prepares to mask himself.
Above: Spirited MOCT members show who Is number one! Left: Two MOCI'
members "monkey around" onthe side lines.
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The Trinity TroyAnns. When you hear these words what
comes to mind? Most people think of glamour and glory.
Although this is characteristic of this group of young ladies,
they could tell you that behind the smiles and spotlights an
extreme amount of time, effort and dedication are placed
into the making of a successful team. The girls began their
successs as they kicked the year off at Thunderhawk Camp
in Oklahoma. Here they rated two superior ribbons and
were chosen as the outstanding team. The officers also at-
tended camp to further their talents and abilities as leaders.
They received numerous ribbons including those for out
standing achievements, most superior squad. and most
creative routine. Following their strenuous efforts and ac-
complishments at camp the TroyAnns returned to Trinity to
prove their worthiness of these awards. This action was
achieved to the utmost extent as the TroyAnns performed
at over thirty school activities and a final superior perfor-
mance at the UlL Drill Team Competition in March. The
TroyAnns attained these accomplishments through endless
hours of rehearsing and polishing. Does it seem to be all
smiles and spotlights? No, but ask any TroyAnn and she'll
tell you "it's worth it!"
Opposite page upper left: Amy White prevails in excellence. Opposite
page upper right: Vicki Stewart "punkin' outl" Opposite page below:
Togethernessl Upper left: A genuine show of creativity. Upper right: Marisa
Melton's enthusiasm shines. Left: A truly amusing performance.
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This year the Trinity Trotters made their debut among
Trinity's numerous other organizations. They were organiz-
ed as a service club and rendered such goals as helping
new students feel welcome and adopting grandparents.
Membership was open to any girl who could maintain good
grades and was concerned about the students of Trinity.
Their first year commenced in the fall with a bake sale for
the students. While working as a service group, they also
performed routines at two pep rallies. The Trotters began
their history with a memorable year.
The Trinity Mat Mates were also a new organization. The
Mat Mates were the cheerleading group for wrestling. Out
of twenty girls who tried out, only five made the squad.
They were: Susan Kell, Ranell Miller, Tracy Fletcher, Teresa
King, and Kathy Sutton. The Mat Mates dedicated
themselves to cheering for the wrestling team at every
meet. They had a wide variety of cheers. They also had to
provide their own transportation and uniforms. The group's
sponsor was Mrs. Lynette Mull, an ex-wrestling cheerleader
in high school. The girls had rough restrictions they had to go
by and they were all good students. Even though it was the
Mat Mates first year they did exceptionally well.
Opposite page above: 1961-82 Trotters: Lonnie Howse, Lisa Horton, and
Lauren Russel. Opposite page below: The Trotters' spirit shines during foot-
ball season. Above: THS Mat Mates: Teresa King, Susan Kell, Ranell Miller,
Tracy Fletcher, and Mrs. Mull. Left: Susan Kell performs a cheer.
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This past year the Trinity Fine Arts building, known for its
exciting concerts and numerous productions, was host to
four outstanding organizations: the Trinity Forensics League.
the National Forensics League, Troubadors, and Thespians.
The T.F.L. consisted of students who had competed in and
earned points in two or more competitions representing
Trinity. The N.F.L. consisted of students who had competed
and earned points in competitions representing themselves.
Under the superior instruction of Miss Paulinda Krug, both
organizations compiled an enviable record. Breaking all
previous Speech competition records at Trinity. six people
qualified for state: they were as follows: Pat Culbert, Sundy
Muse, Dori Swyhort. David Wilson, Katie Racz, and Tom
Wurst. Living up to such a high standards was truly a
challenge to Speech's neighbor Drama. With great ex-
uberance, both the Troubadors and the Thespians acted out
an exciting year. Mrs. Jan Schronk, Drama instructor, was
the sponsor for both talented groups. Receiving points for
participating in productions, students worked their way first
into the Troubadors and then into the Thespians. Among the
performances done by the clubs were "Charlotte's Web"
and "The Diary of Anne Frank." All in all, the Fine Arts
building can be proud to be the location of these fine
Opposite page above: Mrs. Jan Schronk helps a student. Opposite page
below left: Pat Culbert and Bob Hlldreth meet ln a scene from Diary of
Anne Frank. Opposite page below rlght: ln a scene from Anne Frank, Katie
Racz shows her mother her tongue. Above left: Robin Klemlck and Freddle
Stoval debate an Issue. Above rlght: Sophomores Kevin Smlth and Davld
Wilson polish their skllls. Left: NFL and TFL sponsor Miss Paulinda Krug.
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Trojans Seek Culture
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Trinity has three language clubs which capture the stu-
dent's interest and focus on the culture, language, and peo-
ple ofthe chosen country.
The French Club had an exciting and interesting year. ln
October, the group brought back the Travis Brothers' Band
for an entertaining assembly and in March they sold M6M's.
The Spanish Club enjoyed the year by visiting m00Y
Spanish historical sites. They traveled to Dallas to study the
Mexican culture in different parts of the city. The cathedrals
they visited were beautiful sights taken in by all members.
The German Club began the year by selling MGMS to
help pay for the club T-shirts. They also attended
Novemberfest at Paschal High School. It was an exciting
event enjoyed by all. In December the club learned
Christmas carols and had a party.
To sum up the year's events the three clubs held a Tri-
Language Dinner. This feast included dishes of the different
lands. They were all prepared by the students and brought
together in a smorgasbord-type meal. With this fun-filled
dinner the year came to a close.
Opposite page above: Jeneria Gobert enjoys German Club. Opposite page
below: The French Club Christmas Party provided much fun for its members!
Above: Spanish Club celebrated an authentic Christmas with a pinata. Left:
Marsha Byars: Spanish Club Vice-President.
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Pupils Demohstrote Life
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Who are these people? They are the vivacious, ex-
uberant and absolutely crazy individuals who came
together and called themselves Young Life. They were peo-
ple who knew their responsibilities as a Christian and how
they should live their lives. Young Life provided many
students with the warm Christian atmosphere that every
heart desired. lt encouraged young people to live an over-
coming and victorious life through the power of Jesus Christ.
The main goal and purpose of Young Life was to challenge
students to fellowship with one another and to promote a
closer walk with God. lt also prepared them for life outside
of school as well as during their high school years. Young
Life met each Monday of the week for a time of singing,
practical jokes, hilarious skits and an edifying lesson given
by Joe Morgan, the Young Life sponsor. During this time,
some of the members often had their spirits lifted after a
hard day at school: others found their problems taken away
and their worries dissolved. Young Life highlighted the year
with many fun activities and events. Among them were: a
barbecue picnic, a skiing trip to Colorado, and a scavenger
Opposite page above left: Dana Suhr takes part in the slnglng at the club.
Opposite page below left: Young Life members partlclpate ln the club's ac-
tivities. Opposite page below right: George Chung, Paul Parks, Dana Suhr
and Amy White enjoy an Insplrlng lesson. Above: Steve Hornlsher and Llsa
Yahne compete agalnst each other ln a party game. Left: Members of
Young Life gather in a circle and listen lntently to the speaker.
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Checking the blood pressure of Senior Citizens was only
one of the many health related activities performed by the
Health Occupation Students of America CHOSAJ. The
twenty-six students had jobs that were in some way related
to the field of health service. The instructor of the club was
Mrs. Connie Smart. She taught the students the rules and
procedures dealing with most health occupations. After third
period, the students went to their respective jobs and gain-
ed an even greater understanding of their chosen field of
study. The club did not participate in fund raising events. but
they did serve their community in a number of ways.
Fund raising projects dominated the year for Home
Economic Careers Education. The club, which consists of
students in the class HERO, sold pocket and poster calen-
dars. They also kept up with the current craze by selling
Rubik's Cube keychains. The club co-sponsored the Sammy
Vaughn concert with the other vocational clubs.
HOSA and HECE were only two of the many vocational
clubs at Trinity that were designed to give students educa-
tional and on the job training.
Opposite page above: Several HECE students wait for class to begin. Op-
posite page left: Kim McFarland concentrates on the lecture, Opposite
page right: Sherry Stone studies an HECE assignment. Above left: Renee
Mullens gathers information for a project. Above right: Mrs. Connie Smart.
Left: Leslie Fugett practices with a stethoscope.
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Trinity was fortunate to have classes to help one's career
get started. One such class was D.E.C.A., or Distributive
Education Clubs of America. This class was geared toward
marketing and distribution. ln order to prepare students for
the various competitions to be entered, they attended a
leadership conference for youth in Glen Rose. To end the
year, an Employer-Employee Banquet was held in honor of
This year the Future Homemakers of America had such a
large and active group they were forced to be separated in-
to four sub-divisions, each division being headed by a
Home-Economics teacher. Though each division held in-
dividual meetings, together they created many projects like
visiting nursing homes and adopting Grandparents.
The Future Business Leaders of America are an organiza-
tion that promotes office skills for students with clerical
aspirations. The FBLA was involved in several activities in
addition to the school store they sponsored in order to help
students obtain school supplies in times of need. They
helped handicapped children by co-sponsoring a Halloween
party for them and they attended a special convention dur-
Opposite page above: F.H.A. members enjoy reading magazines during
free class time. Opposite page lower left: D.E.C.A. members listen and
prepare for the future. Opposite page lower right: D.E.C.A. sponsor: Mrs.
Johnson. Top left: The sale of candy was FBLA's fund-raising project. Left
center: Annette Benson and Jeanne Robinson discuss the MGM sales.
Below left: Mrs. Becky Stepp presides over a meeting. Above: Traci Moates
and Teresa Calhoun pick up their sweettooth allotment.
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skilled leadership of Mr. Bob Garner. VICA held several fund
raisers this past year. They, in conjunction with the other
vocational groups, sponsored the Sammy Vaughn concert.
The club also had a beef jerky sale in October. VICA met
once a month during a breakfast. They also had a Christmas
party and an employerlemployee banquet. The club's
president James Butler received the honor of outstanding
Another active group, Office Education Association, had a
busy year with social projects and fund raisers. ln February
OEA entered an area office skills competition. OEA also
typed the address label for companies such as Gordon's
Jewelers and the Hilliard Chemical Company. OEA held
their meetings once a month under the supervision of Mrs.
A third group, Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas,
entered area competitions in March to be a member of
VOCT, one had to be enrolled in CVAE CO-OP. The meetings
were held bi-monthly during their CVAE CO-OP class. VOCT
displayed their spirit by constructing a float for homecoming.
The sponsors for this club were Mr. Nelson Moore and Mr.
Opposite page above: Mr. Moore and Mr. Stone work at their desk, Op-
posite page below: The first period VOCT class discusses plans for the up-
coming area competition. Above: Llstenlng carefully, Gerald Maynard and
James Butler receive helpful ideas for their future careers. Left: Annette
Benson demonstrates her typing skills learned in OEA.
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The Sophomores proved themselves worthy to be true Tro-
jans at the Student Council sponsored orientation and mini-pep
rally. The Sophomores, having eagerly anticipated the joining
of the mighty Trojans, were given their chance to exemplify
genuine Trinity spirit at the mini-pep rally. Although they ap-
peared as mere spectators in the beginning, they were per-
sistently encouraged by the cheerleaders to participate in the
cheers and their class yell. The Sophomores also joined in the
singing of the Alma Mater and Fight Song led by Trinity's Har-
mony and Band. The mini-pep rally was a remarkable success
as the Sophomores continued to support Trinity with utmost
At the orientation a warm welcome was bestowed upon
the newcomers as various upperclassmen and faculty
members acquainted them with the duties and responsibilities
required of all Trojans. They were assured of the many
privileges that Trinity had to offer. The following week a
Parade of Organizations was held. lts purpose was to
demonstrate the numerous extra-curricular activities in which
Trinity is involved.
Opposite page above left: 'Coach Reddell during o pep talk at the mini pep
rally. Opposite page above right: The cheerleaders were a contributing factor
at the mini-pep rally. Opposite page below: The sponsers explain future plans
for the Sophomore class. Above: The Sophomores exhibit Trojan spirit. Left:
Ricky Adams and Carole Garretson lead newcomers in the Alma Mater.
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Students View New Yeor
Registration. The medium between the end of summer
and the beginning of school. Some students went in and got
out quickly - lucky devils. Most students worked out one
problem that started another. The whole day was full of
frustration and satisfaction.
Once the better part of an hour was spent outside in line,
the registration process began. This meant getting
schedules worked out just to have it all messed up because
classes were closed. After some complaints and suggestions,
students formed lines for their desired classes and teachers.
Once you got all the problems ironed out, your name on
the enrollment sheet of the class of your choice, and the
basic name, address, and phone number written down, the
counselor checked your final schedule and you were off to a
good start for another valuable year at high school.
Opposite page upper left: Registration tried everyone's patience and
teachers and students were relieved to see the day end. Opposite page
upper right: Julie Tarrant considers many different possibilities about her
schedule. Opposite page below: Students received their permanent
schedule from the counselors. Above left: Tamara Turner confirms her
disbelief in what is being said by her very skeptical gaze. Above: Many
people such as Michelle Holt and Andy Barrowcliff wished to have classes
together and compromised to do so. Left: Wanda Fletcher strives to keep
her sanity during registration.
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Wow! What a week of fun! When the Trojans have a
homecoming they give it all they've got! It all started with
the bizarre effects of Spirit Week. People were dressed pink,
punk, prep, and everything else you could think of. This
was a definite change from the usual everyday attire. Next
on the list, and something new for this year, was door
decorations. Along with the usual hall decor, teachers' sec-
ond period classes decorated their door for a prize. Through
all of this, of course, you could not forget those floats! Many
long and hard hours were spent in preparation for the
parade. As Wednesday drew near, gray skies grew and
rain began to fall. Although the rain cancelled the parade, it
did not dampen spirits at the homecoming dance on
Friday finally arose with all of the mums proudly
displayed. All the excitement of the yearly "holiday" was
expressed at the pep rally. The Drill Team performed their
"splish-splash" routine and the audience loved it.
Homecoming '81 was a huge success as always everyone
had a terrific time!
Opposite Page Above: The Drum corps rocks the gym in their own way.
Opposite Page Below Left: Kim Standridge and sponsor Alyson Johnson
work on the Senior Float. Opposite Page Below Right: Annette Qualls ties
Kala Moore's mum. Above: The drill team gets into their "splish-splash"
routine. Left: Jack Crow works busily to complete the senior float.
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Homecoming! What does that mean to you? To the Tro-
jans it means spirit week, hall decorations, flowers, and, of
course, float building.
Many long and hard hours were spent on the construction
of all three class floats as well as the organizational groups
that participated in float building. The students worked after
school and hours into the night to prepare the floats for
display. Although the parade was cancelled due to unfor-
tunate weather, the festivities went on. The floats were
covered with plastic and put on display the next day on the
mall area. They were judged according to color, orginality,
and how well they followed school standards for the
This year's winning float was built by the Junior class,
which, along with the other floats, followed the theme of
"When You Wish Upon A Star." This theme was carried
throughout the homecoming week.
Opposite Page Above Left: The Senior Class Float. Opposite Page Above
Right: Yellman Mike Whittaker holds the flag. Opposite Page Below Left:
Marcelle Weaver prepares to perform the homecoming routine. Opposite
Page Below Right: Monique Hlersche, tired after a long week of activities.
Above: The Senior Homecoming Court. Left: A Homecoming tradition of ty-
ing knots in mums ribbons.
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Going Out for Lunch
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Going out for lunch may be both expensive and en-
joyable: for Seniors it was an additional privilege which
underclass men were not allowed to enjoy. The mass confu-
sion of leaving the crowded parking lot during lunch show-
ed the great number of Seniors who enjoyed this privilege.
The variety of eating establishments gave the taste buds
a change. One could enjoy hamburgers at Wendy's.
McDonald's, or Whataburger, as well as pizza at Pizza lnn
or Naples, or finally Mexican food at Taco Bell or Taco
Bueno. For those with seafood on their mind, Long John
Silvers satisfied their desires. lf money was short, or one was
tired of the crowds while dining out. home provided a nice
break for both the wallet and the hassels. Some students
may have enjoyed a sandwich. chips and a Coke in front of
a T.V. show to break up a busy schedule. Others, however.
took advantage of a quick nap. While Seniors enjoyed go-
ing out for lunch, the underclassmen remained on campus
and could only dream of this future privilege.
Opposite page above left: A senlor's view of leavlng the parking lot durlng
lunch. Opposite page above right: Vicki Stewart goes home for a quiet
lunch. Opposite page below left: Kim Standrldge enjoys lunch at Taco Bell.
Opposite page below right: Larry Ryder enjoys french fries with his ket-
chup. Above Ieft: Judy Morrison eats Chicken McNuggets, fries. and o Coke
with a friend. Above: Robb Miller enjoys McDonold's lunch. Left: Paul Parks
takes advantage of his senior prlvlledge.
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The numerous organizations at Trinity held various fund
raisers throughout the year. There was not a month that
went by without at least one fund raising activity. They
varied from the selling of candy, to kisses, and prom tickets.
Each organization needed funds for activities and supplies.
The student council sold Trojan mugs. They also got funds
with sing-a-grams and kiss-a-grams. The National Honor
Society printed the student directory. The band sold
magazines, and the baseball team sold wlndow stlckers
and peppermints. Bumper stickers were sold by Spanish
Club members, and teachers sold carnations for a senlor
Perhaps the most awaited sale was that of the annuals.
The Triune Staff dedicated many hours of thought to devise
an effective sales campaign. They decided, since the theme
of the book was "Visions", to put up eyes everywhere.
Every cent raised in the annual sales went into the produc-
tion and perfection of the 1962 Triune.
Opposite Page: A Triune Staff poster advertlslng the sales of the 1982 year-
book. Above: Mr. Grimm and Mrs. Monks dress up for a flower sales cam-
paign. Left: Don Gllllland purchases candy from Tracie Moates.
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What is Spirit Week? Well if you happen to be a student
at Trinity, you know that spirit week is one of the most wild.
weird, and fun weeks of the yeor. Spirit Week takes place
the week before the Homecoming game. Each day of the
week is named as something different and special. This
year the most popular by far was "Punk Out the Panthers
Day." On 'this very different Tuesday, the Trinity campus
was flooded by "punks," Clothing was totally changed by
this day, leopard skins, white hair, and of course "Devo
glasses," were often seen. This was the first year for
"punks" at Trinity, but with participation so great it is sure to
Other days students participated in during Spirit Week
were College T-shirt Day, Prep Day, Pink Day, and ofcourse
the traditional Red and Black Day.
Spirit Week happened twice this year. The second Spirit
Week was the week before the Dell game. This week's list
of days started with "Shade Out the Raiders Day," when
everyone wore their "shades." "Nerd Day" was a new one
added this year and, as expected, Hat Day returned. The
Spirit Week at Trinity was a fun way for students to get
away from the day-to-day routine, and were participated in
Opposite page left: Melanie Wllklnson shows off her "prepplness." Op-
poslte page above: A group of Trlnlty punks. Opposite page below: Left:
Toya Thrash models her punk attire In the lunch room. Above: Colleen
Kelley and Kevin Klllingsworth - the campus' most punked-out couple.
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A Time for Caring
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There are two holidays formally acknowledged by the
THS students, Christmas and Valentine's Day. Many ac-
tivities were planned for these special occasions.
The Christmas spirit of caring and giving was created in a
variety of ways. For one, the Student Council held a party
for the less fortunate children of the area. The Christmas
cards that were sent to student's second or third period
classes were another big success. The faculty also par-
ticipated in the exultant season by decorating classrooms
and supplying a colorful tree in the Administration Office
which enlightened seasonal spirits.
Another holiday the students enjoyed was Valentine's
Day. Sing-o-grams and kiss-o-grams were provided by the
Student Council and carnations by the Senior Class. Students
could send a humorous, mushy, or sarcastic sing-o-gram to
anyone. Sending a carnation to someone special as a secret
admirer developed the loving mood of Valentine's Day.
The holidays and activities were enjoyed by both the
students and the faculty. They provided a diversion to the
regular hassles of the day.
Opposite Page Above Left: Tonya Williams recelves her klss-o-gram from
Ray Holtzclaw. Opposite Page Above Right: Carnations are sold by Student
Council. Opposite Page Below Left: John Alcedo prepares the carnations to
be distributed. Opposite Page Below Right: A Christmas tree decorates the
Administration office. Above Left: Snoopy helps decorate the cafeteria.
Above Right: Ron Pippin plays Santa Claus during a Christmas party. Left:
Bob Hildreth gives Delano Deoton a carnation.
Organizations and Activities
Denise Theder: "Oh Man! Eddie Van
Halen is so good-lookin'!"
Scott Ferguson: "Roth had an incredi-
ble stage performance that radiated out
into the audience. You could feel the
Jimmy Hall: "The Van Halen concert
was excellent! Van Halen really knows
how to rock and how to get the au-
dience into the show!"
Bridgette Hixon: l'Jaurney put on a
really terrific concert, the way Steve
Perry ran all over the stage made it
even more exciting. l really enjoyed it."
Kathy Thompson: "I thought the con-
cert was excellent. Steve Perry created
an excited tension among the crowd,
and, combined with the music and
songs, made the concert the best, in my
Van Halen has to be one of the
most zany groups on stage. With Reu-
nion Arena sold out, their show was a
complete success. Van HaIen's show
was on September 10th, with David Lee
Roth as wild as ever. For those who had
witnessed Van Halen before, the show
followed the usual guide lines. Roth,
with his handy bottle of "Jack" pro-
ceeded on with the concert. Although
the drums and guitars were at peak.
Roth's words seemed to become jumbl-
ed as the show came closer to an end.
Even through all of this, the fans were
full of vivacity and cheer. The show was
a success, selling multitudes of hats, T-
shirts, and of course those pins that ap-
peared on everyone's letterjackets.
Another one of America's number
one rock bands reached Dallas on
November 7th and 8th. After the
release of their live CAPTURED album,
their success rose. No one realized,
however, that something like ESCAPE
would follow, to bring Journey's success
to a peak. With many number one hits
on the ablum, Journey arrived in con-
cert with all of their rock tunes as well
as the mellow tunes that brought on
their great success.
Of the two shows presented, the first
was a complete sellout. The second
show was so close to a sellout that only
obstructed view seats remained. A com-
plete variety of music was witnessed,
as each member of the band pleased
the audience with a solo of each instru-
ment. As a different addition, a new
member of the band, Jonathan Cain,
performed a piano solo that entranced
the audience. Appearing as a warmup
for Journey was none other than
Lover-boy, whose performance was
Although many think of Journey as a
mellow band, this is not completely so.
Steve Perry, with his amazing and uni-
que voice, rocked the audience
throughout the show. The band proved
itself superior as they finished up the
concert with an amazing presentation.
Each member of the band was introduc-
ed on a huge screen and captioned
with their own credits. Finally, the
ESCAPE cover design was flashed on the
screen as the show came to a fulfilling
Announced on the radio one fall day
was news that caused an uproar
"The Rolling Stones will be here in
Dallas on October 31st and November
1st." People from all around started
scraping money together to acquire
tickets for this "earth shaking event."
As the date for ticket sales grew nearer,
the anxiety was reaching a peak. The
day to purchase tickets arrived and the
popularity of the Stones was evident as
they sold out the Cotton Bowl within
one day. As if this wasn't enough for
Mick and his crew, a date for yet
another show arose. Just as with the
first, this world renowned group sold out
the Cotton Bowl for a second time.
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the least, as October 31st was an ex-
tremely wet and rainy day. The
weather conditions were not to slow
the crowd, as the Cotton Bowl was
packed. Although the show began at 12
noon with two warm up bands, the
show proceeded hours on into the
darkness. Many spectators spent 12 to
16 hours at the Cotton Bowl for this
As expected the Stones concerts
were extremely successful. The promo-
tional items, T-shirts, pins, and hots
were obvious in student attire during
the days following the shows. All in all
the Rolling Stones appearance in this
area was definitely the high point in
the year's concert agenda.
Jim Stubblefield: "Mick and the boys
were showing their age, but the sheer
excitement of seeing the Stones live
made it more than a memorable
Randy Davis: "lt was the best concert
feasibly possible, idue to the weatherj
to see an institution like the Rolling
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skillful direction of Mrs. Jan Schronk. The theme for this
year's show, which was presented by the Thespian Troupe
1776, displayed several aspects of a colorful circus. Like the
circus, the talent show offered a wide variety of acts. From
the delightful singing of Dan Hall and Tracy Farney, to the
dynamic dancing of Pat Culbert, one perceived that this was
not an ordinary talent show. The audience obviously en-
joyed the limitless ideas for acts. ln all, there were thirty-six
performances. Each one was different from any other act.
The ringmaster for the evening was J. C. Caffrey, who
told the attentive audience about the oncoming acts. The
stage band contributed to a good portion of the talent show
by performing three numbers. Their precision andjazz beat
was enjoyed by all. Of course what would the talent show
have been without the traditional routine of the Troy-MEN?
Yet, moments later the real Troy-Anns, The Struttin' Studs,
retaliated with their version ofa Trojan football victory. Cer-
tainly, if this year's talent show was missed, it was a loss to
Opposite page: Gary Offutt dedicates "I Love My Truck" to Jay Fitch.
Above left: The Monotones, Fred Clark, Darrel Bean and Gregg Holbert
amaze the audience with their sensational performance. Above right:
Troy-MEN. Joe Miller and Larry Ryder dance for an amused audience. Left:
Accompanying several acts onthe piano. Kevin Kyrish plays with style.
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The 1981-62 school year was filled
with many unprecedented events.
These ranged from royal extravagan-
zas to new outbreaks of war. The year's
activities affected the life of each Trinity
Before the students even arrived for
the first day of school, they had already
observed the most elegant event of the
year: the wedding of England's heir to
the royal throne, Prince Charles, to Lady
Diana Spencer. Within several months
of this fairy tale wedding, Buckingham
Palace announced the pregnancy of
the new Princess of Wales.
Economics also played a large part in
the year's events. The year began with
President Reagan's proposed 13 billion
dollar spending cut. While using this as
an attempt to balance the budget,
Reagan also proposed to build the B-1
bomber and place MX missiles in
hardened, existing missile silos. Follow-
ing this decision, new negotiations
between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.
began in Geneva over the reduction of
medium range nuclear forces in Europe.
These negotiations faced a major set-
back when Wojcielch Jaruzelski, the
Polish Prime Minister, imposed military
rule in Poland to counteract the growth
of the labor union Solidarity. As a result
of the Communist rule, economic sanc-
tions were enacted against Poland and
the U.S.S.R. in retaliation towards their
Other world events this year included
the U.S. Space Shuttle and its several
flights plagued by technical and at-
mospherical complications. Despite
these difficulties much useful informa-
tion was learned, especially for future
flights. Soon after the March Space Shut-
tle flight, a new crisis arose which may
have been the most influential of the
year. The Faulkland Islands dispute
brought the reality of war and the draft
closer to the U.S. Argentine citizens and
THS students, Walter and George
Puricelli, especailly felt the confronta-
tion in the extreme South Atlantic.
Closer to home the closing of school
also found the closing of Braniff Airlines,
forcing some out of school students to
compete for jobs with out of work
parents. The year's end saw no real
hope in the near future for the airline's
ln the year that Walter Cronkite
retired, that's the way it was.
Opposite page above left. The Braniff terminal at
DFW Airport is vacant of people after Howard Put-
nam's declaration of bankruptcy. Opposite page
above right: The Polish labor unIon's dlfflcultles
reached all the way to Texas as shown by thls
Solidarity local Union building. Opposite page
below: Prince Charles and hls new Princess ride
back to Buckingham Palace after their wedding
seen by more than 750 million people
worldwide. Above left: Headlines detail the flrst
offensive fighting In the Foulklands. Above rlght:
Perhaps this year's greatest craze was vldeo ac-
cessories. The favorite vldeo game of many
students was Pac-Man.
Organizations and Activities
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Germany, France, and Switzerland were the components
of this year's exciting over-seas trip. The group of forty-nine
students, parents, and sponsors thoroughly enjoyed the ten
day visit exploring new cultures and customs. The trip
started out with a two-night stay in Mainz, Germany, with
the major activitiy having been a cruise down the castle
laden Rhine River. Then it was on to Paris, the "City of
Light", after a short stop at the Reims Cathedral. ln Paris
they saw sights including the Eiffel Tower. the Arch of
Triumph, the Louvre, and Versailles. The next stop was
Lucerne, Switzerland, which was considered by many to
have been the most beautiful of the countries visited. The
activity options in Lucerne were numerous. Eleven people
opted to go skiing on the snow-capped Swiss Alps. Others
went on a mountain cable lift reaching altitudes of 7,000
feet. The rest spent the entire day shopping for souvenirs,
watches, or cuckoo clocks. The next morning offered the
drive through the scenic route past the Swiss Rhine River
Falls and the German Black Forest to Heidelberg. The trip
ended there with an exhausted group departing from
Frankfurt who were glad to be going home, but with an ex-
perience of a lifetime that will never slip from their
Opposite page above: A French woman performs her daily shopping. Op-
poslte page below: Sponsor, Mrs. Jan Haddock, Dee McKee, and Suzette
Smellegar enjoy the view of the romantic Rhine River. Above left: One of
the many castles that stand on the Rhine River. Above right: Charles de
GaulIe's burial cross In Lorraine. France. Left: The Swiss Falls rush fiercely on
a cold day.
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What a Prom! Yes, and what a night! The
evening began with a DJ. and a live band at
one of the most extravagant places ever built,
the Las Colinas Country Club. Considering the
choices of different music, there was offered a
variety of all. In one large room was a live band
who called themselves, coincidentally, "Trinity."
This room was surrounded by windows reaching
from the ceiling to the floor. Also, on one side,
was a balcony overlooking the scenic Las Col-
inas area. Located down the hall was another
room filled with the sounds of all of the popular
songs. These songs were played by the D. J.,
David Geibler. This room was considerably
smaller with a beautiful patio area for a quick
cool breeze. There was music played in both
rooms from Rock to Disco to Punk.
All in all, the graduating Seniors had a very
successful prom and a memorable three years at
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As the last final was taken, smiles appeared on senior
faces. They realized that graduation was just a breath
away. Masses upon masses lined up on May 21st to collect
caps and gowns. During this time hot dogs were served to
the hungry seniors by the PTA: this was a great success and
it also added in passing time for the restless crowd. Hours
passed and individuals drifted away, but they would meet
again for Baccalaureate practice. The Baccalaureate
ceremony took place at 6:30 Sunday morning, May 23rd,
this began the final days of the senior year.
The members of the senior class approached T.C.U. Mon-
day morning for a trial run of the evening's ceremony. As
Monday night May 24th came closer anticipation was at its
peak. Each senior anxiously waited his turn to cross the
stage. The night ended with elation on the part of most
graduates, but there were also tears. Many seniors looked
back to all of the years that they had finally completed, and
knew that now everything was to start over a new
school or a new life.
Opposite page above left: Drew Waldrup proudly displays his diploma.
Opposite page above right: Class sponsors Barbara Ross, Alyson Johnson,
and Michelle Caton look on at the graduation ceremonies. Opposite page
below: The Class of 'B2. Above left: Kevin Kyrlsh sings the class song,
"Where Are They Now?" Above rlght: Class President Bob Hlldreth spoke
concerning "Your Own Best-Hand Over." Left: Filled with elation, Jackie
Svochak walks away with her diploma.
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Of life and love,
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Jay Racz ' ' Merry Pat Williams
Admn., Faculty, and Seniors
Barney, Fred - 17
Chandler, Bill - 17
Culpepper, Becky - 17
Ingle, Jack - 17
Jacoby, June - 17
Murray, B. J. - 17
Nixon, Lois - 17
Pruitt, JoAnna - 17
Schronk, Jan - 17, 72, 73
Shearburn, V. V. - 17
Tatarevich, Lorraine - 17
Alexander, Martha - 18
Boaz, Dale - 18
Briscoe, Judy - 18, 19, 33,
Burks, Freda - 18
Caton, Michelle - 18,308
Deats, Carol - 18
Detamore, Leslie - 19
Fisk, Aubry - 18, 86, 87
Foulkes, Xan - 20
Garner, Bob - 18, 21, 34
Gerlikovski, Jeanice - 18
Gresham, Betty - 18
Grimm, Jeff - 18, 24, 26,
Haddock, Jan - 15, 18, 300
Harville, Allan - 19
Harville, Lawrence - 19
Heinz, Millie - 19,26
Henderson, Pe99Y - 19
Henry, Roberta - 19, 69
Hickerson, Benny - 19, 26
Hickerson, Hal - 19
Honeycutt, Pat - 19, 86, 312
Hopkins, Cal - 19,44
lngle, Paul - 19,58
lnnis, Diane - 19, 37, 41, 64
Jackson, Dale - 19, 59, 87,
Jobe, Larry - 20
Johnson, Alyson - 20, 94,
Johnson, Keller - 14, 15, 20
Johnson, Glenda - 20,81
Kelley, ldis - 20,67
Keown, Diana - 20, 47, 227
Kovach, Joseph - 20, 168
Krug, Paulinda - 26
Lamb, Lorraine - 20, 33,
Lauridsen, Sherry - 20
Lineweaver, Steve - 20, 31
Lumley, Susan - 20, 26, 37,
41, 65, 90
McKinney, Robyn - 20, 26
McKnight, Carolyn - 21
Martin, Lee - 21
Maxwell, Albert - 14, 15,21
Milan, Jerry - 21
Miller, Mary Ann - 21, 26,
Miller, Monte - 21,216
Mitchell, Betty - 21
Monks, Julia - 21, 283
Monroe, Eileen - 21
Moody, Annelle - 21
Moore, Beverly - 21
Moore, Kaye - 15, 21
Moore, Nelson - 21, 22, 262
Morrison, Naomi - 22
Mull, Lynette - 22, 51, 78,
Nelson, Willis - 22,26
Nichols, Dorothy - 22
Nohavitza, Anna - 22, 26,
Norris, Jerry - 22, 23
Nuegent, Tom - 22, 235
Offutt, Joyce - 22
Park, Rick - 22
Pavlas, Mary Ann - 22
Pitts, Nancy - 23
Ratts, Barbara - 23, 47, 70
Reddell, John - 23, 86, 266
Richardson, Nancy - 14, 15,
23, 26, 226
Robinson, Floy - 23, 26
Robinson, Susan - 23
Ross, Barbara - 15, 22, 23,
47, 94, 308
Rucker, Pat - 23
Ruffu, Sid - 23
Sales, June - 23
Sanders, Charlie - 23
Shatford, William - 23, 26,
87, 115, 161
Sieverling, Carol - 24
Singleton, Nancy - 24
Skipper, Beverly - 22, 24,
Smart, Connie - 22, 75, 259
Stepp, Becky - 38
Stone, Lloyd - 24, 262
Stout, Tim - 26, 86, 87, 147
Stroble, Dave - 136
Thayer, Mary Jane - 24, 26,
Tillman, Karen - 24
Townley, John - 24, 30
Townsend, Cherrie - 24
Tubbs, Leta - 24
Verkerk, Ray - 86
Vowell, Betty - 24
Wells, Jim - 25, 36, 37, 41
Williamson, Janet - 25
Woods, Gerry - 25, 95, 221
Wright, Sue - 25,26
Yeats, Dee - 24, 25, 49
Yeats, Susie - 24, 25, 49
Abbott, Laura - 33, 69, 86,
Adams, Bryan - 86
Adams, Ricky - 66, 86, 236,
Adams, Scott - 40, 86, 105,
109, 11O,111, 113, 179, 196,
Adkins, Tyler - 33, 86, 98,
Alcedo, John - 40, 66, 84,
Alsobrook, Cynthia - 86,
Alvey, Scott - 48, 86
Anderson, Cindy - 4, 53, 86
Apodoca, Chris - 66, 75, 86
Arca, Jimmy - 86
Arnold, Christopher - 68, 86
Asburn, Christa - 86
Ashford, John - 86
Ashmore, Belinda - 86
Askew, Kelly - 40, 86, 110
Atchley, Marti - 53, 86
Atutis, Tom - 86
Baird, Michael - 86, 144
Barajas, Maria - 86
Borfield, Tessa - 32, 44, 87,
94, 152, 211
Barnes, Lisa - 87, 200
Barnett, Kim - 42, 87, 136
Barrett, Braden - 69, 87
Barringer, Teresa - 87
Barron, Denise - 35, 87
Barton, Kyle - 87
Bass, Derek - 87
Bateman, Bill - 40, 86, 87,
Bean, Darrell - 33, 87, 98,
Bearrow, Julie - 87
Beasley, Donnie - 87
Bemis, Paul - 87
Bennett, Steve - 87
Benoit, Gina - 33, 63, 87,
94, 98. 198, 199, 231, 320
Benson, Annette - 35.87,
Bentley, Tina - 87
Billings, Mykala - 87
Blackwell, Karen - 67,87
Bledsoe, Dell - 86, 87
Blontz, Audrey - 88
Bloom, Beth - 53,94
Blower, Travis - 69,88
Bohannon, Steve - 30, 86,
88, 110, 113
Bolster, David - 88
Bonner, Rebecca - 35, 88
Bothel, LaVin - 33,88
Bower, Scott - 30, 88, 194
Brady, Kathy - 53, 88, 94
Branigan, Kelly - 88
Branson, Donna - 53, 88
Braswell, Tony - 34, 88
Brewer, Bill - 30, 88, 236
Brown, Elizabeth - 88
Burden, Gary - 81, 88, 174
Bush, Steven - 88
Bushong, Mark - 33, 88
Butler, James - 34, 88, 207,
Butts, Darren - 69, 88
Byars, Marsha - 33, 49, 50,
51, 88, 94, 225, 253
Bynum, Charles - 34,88
Cabe, Tammy - 69,88
Caldwell, Vicky - 88
Cannedy, Sheila - 88
Carey, Karen - 88
Cargill, Tommy - 34,88
Carl, Mark - 80, 81, 88
Carroll, Jimmy - 88
Carter, Stephen - 88
Castleberry, Scott - 58, 88
Cavaness, Deanne - 88
Chafin, Danny - 88
Chandler, Blake - 88
Chandler, Jeanna - 33, 88
Chesbro, Pam - 33, 76, 88
Chrastecky, Terri - 88
Chung, George - 33, 88, 94
Clements, Debbie - 39, 88,
Cleveland, Susan - 88
Cochran, Casaundra - 51,
Collins, John - 89, 98, 235
Collins, Tradona - 53, 89,
Colvin, Susan - 75,89
Cook, Jerry - 89, 236
Cordoves, Mario - 89
Cowart, Terrisa - 63, 89, 94,
Coxsey, Steve - 4, 33, 49,
89, 183, 210
Cramer, Greg - 89
Crawford, Christie - 89, 236
Crawford, Mike - 89, 98,
Crouch, Kendal - 35, 89
Crow, Jack - 86.89, 273
Culbert, Pat - 60, 61, 73, 89,
198, 241, 250, 292
Curry, Kirk - 89
Damron, Tanya - 89
Daniels, Russell - 81,89
Darrah, John - 89
Doughty, Laura - 89
Davis, Penni - 33, 53, 89,
Davis, Randy - 69, 105,
Day, Darryll - 89
Dearmon, Jeanette - 75, 89
De Armond, Tricia - 75, 89
Deaton, Delano - 89, 94,
Deel, Teresa - 41, 64, 89,
Deibert, Richard - 89
Deibert, Ron - 89
Del Castillo, Maria - 89
DeLucci, Donna - 89
DeMarque, Dan - 33, 39,
58, 89, 94, 182, 201
DeWitt, Richard - 89
Dickinson, Alicia - 89, 94,
98, 188, 270
Diehl, Kim - 75,89
Dillman, Rhonda - 51, 89,
Dimopoules, JoAnn - 89
Donahew, Richard - 89
Dreyer, Ronnie - 33, 98,
198, 199, 200
Dunn, Sandra - 89,98
Early, Patricia - 53, 89. 94,
Echols, Eddie - 89
Eden, Rebecca - 53, 70, 90,
94, 149, 184, 185, 197, 206
Edwards, Melissa - 35.90,
Elkins, Chris - 68, 90
Embrey, Greg - 90
Esmailzadeh, Albert - 90,
Etheridge, Paige - 90
Evans, Vicki - 33, 49, 60,
Evridge, Lance - 81, 90
Falls, Belinda - 90
Farrell, Ken - 33,90
Farrer, Kristi - 53, 90
Farris, Tracy - 90
Farmer, Sheila - 90
Ferguson, Shannon - 90
Ferguson, Tresie - 33, 204,
Finley, Ann - 35, 90, 209
Fisher, Lori - 90
Floyd, Tricia - 90, 203
Forbess, Shannon - 90
Ford, Richard - 58, 90, 118,
Foster, Lisa - 53, 90
Froberg, Ronda - 53, 91, 94
Gaines, Misty - 53, 91, 94
Garcia, Christine - 48, 91
Garriques, Ron - 91
Gatlin, Tommy - 91
Gibson, Paul - 30.91, 201
Giesenschlag, Dolores - 91,
Godwin, Stephanie - 91
Golden, Keith - 69, 91
Gomez, Rosemary - 91
Gonzales, Bea - 91
Gordon, George - 91
Gouyton, Joe - 91, 98, 199
Gravel, Craig - 48, 91
Green, Donnie - 91,98
Greenhill, Donald - 91
Greer, Kim - 53,91
Grezeszak, Kathleen - 91
Griffin, Dean - 91
Griffith, Woody - 91
Groeschel, Tre - 92, 207
Guinn, Marilyn - 92
Gullaksen, Craig - 92
Gutierrez, Cindy - 92
Guynes, Denise - 92
Haire, Scott - 49, 92
Hale, Christie - 36, 92
Hall, Dane - 33, 92, 178,
Hall, Desty - 36, 41, 92, 164
Hall, Steve - 44, 92, 94,
152, 154, 155, 211
Hammond, Stephanie - 81,
Hampton, Wade - 92
Hanifin, Kim - 81,92
Hannigan, Kevin - 92
Harp, Lori - 92
Harris, Camille - 35, 92
Harris, Lori - 92
Harris, Mike - 92, 98, 235
Harrison, Keith - 92,98
Hatfield, Randy - 92
Heggan, Scott - 92
Heid, Becky - 38, 50, 62,
92, 208, 216
Henderson, Kari - 92
Hensley, Amy - 9, 53, 92
Henson, Shannon - 33, 63,
92, 94, 98, 178, 191, 199,
218, 230, 270, 278, 320
Herman, Richard - 92
Hewitt, Rhonda - 92
Hicks, Don - 92
Hicks, Kevin - 92
Hiersche, Monique - 53, 92,
Higham, Jeff - 92, 98, 199
Hightower, Sandy - 81,92
Hightower, Tamra - 53, 92
Hildreth, Bob - 66, 73, 92,
94, 224. 250, 287, 309
Hileman, Bill - 92
Hill, Mike - 86,92
Hill, Robert - 4, 33, 92, 98,
198, 199, 209
Hines, Tammy - 53,92
Hingst, Lisa - 33, 42, 63, 90,
92, 137, 211,320
Hinkley, Libby - 49, 92, 236
Hinojosa, Melba - 33,93
Hixon, Bridgette - 93
Hobart, Mindy - 33, 39, 44,
93, 152, 155, 211
Holden, Beverly - 64, 93,
Holley, Michele - 93
Holley, Terrance - 93
Hollingshead, April - 93
Holt, Diane - 93
Holtclaw, Ray - 86, 93, 110,
160, 196, 286
Hommer, Angie - 93
Hornisher, Steve - 39, 93,
Horsley, Kurt- 93
Horton, Amanda - 93
Houston, Shannon - 53, 93,
Howard, Mike - 93
Howard, Randy - 93, 98,
Howle, Craig - 93
Huey, James - 93, 102
Hughes, Jeff - 93
Hull, Dani - 53, 93, 236
Hulsey, Dean - 93
Humphrey, Ben - 93
Humphries, Matt - 93
lrwin, Tamara - 63, 93, 98,
Jackson, Denise - 93
Jacobs, Patty - 93
James, Tammy - 93
Jarzynka, David - 66, 69,
Jeppesen, Heidi - 93
Jester, Melinda - 93
Johnson, Arthur- 93
Johnson, Chris - 93
Johnson, Gary - 93
Johnston, Terri - 33, 39, 53,
Jones, Cindy - 70, 197
Jones, Esther - 93, 204
Jones, Kelly - 93, 98
Jones, Renee - 38, 51, 93,
Jones, Vicki - 75, 93
Justiss, Jill - 72, 93, 236
Kallies, Brian - 48
Kecso, Ernie - 91, 93
Keffer, Bruce - 40, 66, 80,
86, 94, 110, 113, 140, 197
Keith, Mike - 94
Kelley, Colleen - 94, 285
Kent, Mark - 33, 94
Keplar, Bruno - 94
Keplinger, Bobby - 80, 86,
94, 110, 141
Kernodle, Melody - 75
Killingsworth, Kevin - 66,
Killough, Lori - 94
King, Donna - 35, 94
King, Lesa - 53, 94
King, Rhonda - 35,94
King, Steve - 39, 58, 84, 94
Kinler, Charlene - 94,98
Kissling, Tami - 94
Kizer, Kami- 94
Kizer, Kurtis - 33, 94, 98,
Knott, Keith - 48, 94, 194
Knott, Kim - 94
Knox, Keith - 94
Koenig, Marianne - 94
Kostelnik, Laura - 72, 95,
Kotyk, Edward - 95
Krause, Rebecca - 49, 95
Krohn, Dao - 95
Krone, John - 95,98
Kuhn, Sheryl - 76, 95
Kyrish, Kevin - 49, 94, 95,
178, 180, 203, 236, 291,
Lackey, Ronnie - 33, 95,
Lalle, Ann - 95
Landers, Jana - 95, 236
LaPier, Danny - 95
Lasley, Rick - 95
Lee, Stephen - 71, 151, 196,
Lilly, Brian - 95
Lizak, Laura - 95
Lloyd, David - 95
Logan, Jimmy - 86
Long, Mark - 30, 85, 86, 94,
Lovelady, Joe - 30, 86, 95
Lucas, Margaret - 33, 51,
Luker, Marie - 95
Lux, David - 34, 95
McCoy, Melissa - 33, 76,
96, 148, 179, 181, 185, 197
McCoy, Randall - 96, 200
McCutcheon, Jill - 69, 96
McDaniel, Donnie - 96
McDonald, Eddie - 34,96
McDonald, James - 86, 96,
McDougal, Dana - 96
McDowell, Tracy - 96
McElveen, Mike - 30, 86,
McEntire, David - 96
McFarland, Ken - 96, 98,
McFarland, Kim - 96, 238,
McKee, Dee - 96, 300
McKenzie, Pat - 96
McKinnon, Kim - 38, 96
McKinnon, Tina - 53, 94, 96
McReynolds, Missy - 96,99
McWhorter, Mary - 33, 51,
Mahlo, Mark - 81,
Mahmood, Arshad - 81,96
Maples, Carolyn - 35, 96
Marhefka, Denean - 60, 61,
Martin, Danell - 36, 96, 201
Martin, Dinah - 96
Martin, Donna - 96
Martin, John - 58, 96
Martinez, Diana - 69, 96
Mason, Tony - 96
Matthews, Liz - 96
Mattson, Dawn - 96
Mauldin, Lando - 76, 94,
Maxwell, Richard - 96
Maynard, Gerald - 3, 26,
Melton, Marisa - 53, 96,
Melton, Marla - 53, 96
Merriman, Rebecca - 53,
Michelsen, Brian - 40, 86,
96, 110, 160, 196
Miller, Curtis - 96
Miller, Joe - 96,291
Miller, Lezli - 96
Miller, Robb - 43, 97, 138,
Miller, Steve - 97
Miller, Tammy - 97
Seniors Jo - Z and Juniors
Ab - Al
Millican, Cathy - 97
Mize, Charles - 66, 80,97
Molkentine, Evan - 97
Montya, Karen - 97,99
Moon, Greg - 66, 69, 97
Moon, Ricky - 66, 97, 213,
Moore, Duane - 97
Moore, Leslie - 97
Moore, Nancy - 67, 97
Morey, Barbara - 97
Morris, Judy - 97, 277
Moss, Steve - 39, 97, 102
Murray, Robert - 97
Musick, Kenneth - 34, 97
Neal, Ann Kay - 36, 41, 97,
167, 197, 212
Neal, Mark - 97
Nesburg, Chris - 97, 98
Nguyen, Marie - 97
Nichols, Grant - 97
Noonan, Jill - 97,207
Northcutt, Bill - 97
Nunn, Tina - 35,97
O'Brien, George - 97,98
Oldham, Lisa - 97
Olin, Anders - 50, 97
Orr, Michelle - 35, 97
Ottoson, Laurie - 42, 97
Owan, Monica - 8, 39, 53,
Owens, Kevin - 97, 99, 234
Owens, Laura - 97
Owens, Margaret - 97
Ozebek, David - 97, 200,
Pace, Steve - 66, 86, 94,
Park, Lydia - 33, 39, 53, 97
Parker, Charmayne - 97,
Parker, Larry - 97
Parker, Rod - 86, 196, 302
Parks, Paul - 39, 97, 254,
Parsons, Donna - 39, 98
Pasteur, Bobby - 98
Pastone, Vincent - 98
Patak, Michael - 30, 86, 98,
Pate, Daryl - 43, 66, 98, 138
Patterson, Denise - 98
Patterson, Tony - 81, 98
Pelton, Jackie - 38, 51, 98
Perez, Isaac - 86, 98, 108
Perez, Janie - 44, 90, 98,
Petter, Ruth - 49, 98
Phillips, Brison - 43, 98, 139,
Pierce, Tom - 69, 98
Pifer, Tiina - 33, 51, 98
Pinto, Lynda - 75, 98
Pippin, Randal - 39, 58, 98
Pitts, David - 98
Polito, Jean - 98
Porterfield, Jon - 50, 66, 98
Poslik, Craig - 86, 98
Poteete, Jeff - 86, 99
Price, Lisa - 35, 99
Priddy, Steven - 30, 86, 99,
Puricelli, Walter - 99
Qualls, Yolanda - 99
Quick, Cathi - 33, 98, 99,
Quinn, Maureen - 99
Racz, Jay - 66, 99, 110, 320
Racz, Katie - 60, 61, 73, 99,
199, 250, 292, 293, 294,
Ratliff, Don - 99
Ratliff, Lisa - 99
Rector, Dwight - 99
Reid, Julie - 99
Reid, Marcie - 51,99
Reimund, David - 99
Rennels, Tami - 53,99
Reynolds, Joetta - 53, 94,
Richard, Jeff - 81, 99, 212,
Richards, Billy - 99
Richards, Randy - 99
Richardson, Tony - 100
Rice, Paul - 58, 100, 118,
Riemenschneider, Ron -
Riffle, Kim - 100
Riley, Mark - 58, 100
Roach, Sharla - 33, 38, 85,
94, 100, 230
Robbins, John - 100
Roberts, Paul - 100
Roberts, Tommy - 100, 203
Robertson, Jolene - 35, 100
Robinette, Mark - 100
Robinson, Sheila - 100
Rodgers, Joel - 100
Rodriguez, Annette - 100
Rogers, Trasi - 53, 100
Rojas, Victor - 86, 100
Roney, Kim - 35, 100
Rossi, Albert - 100
Roy, Cathy - 63, 94, 100.
Roy, Suzanne - 53, 94, 100
Rush, Terry - 38, 53, 94, 100
Russell, Lauren - 72, 79,
Ryan, Laurie - 35, 100
Ryder, Larry - 00, 86, 100,
Safewright, Debbie - 00,
Saffle, Angela - 100
Salazar, Danny - 04, 100
Sampson, Sandi - 100
Sanchez, Nora - 08, 62, 100,
Sanders, Robin - 100
Sapp, Frank - 04,100
Schutza, Shane - 86, 100
Seibert, Sean - 67, 100, 102,
Selmon, Scott - 100
Sepanski, John - 51, 100,
Sexton, Beth - 100
Sharp, Tracy - 100, 218,
Shay, Patty - 50, 94, 100
Shelby, Tonya - 100,
Short, Dee - 99, 100
Shugart, Scott - 101
Silva, Mela - 101
Simmons, Shelly - 67, 101
Simpkinson, Lisa - 98, 101,
Sims, Steven - 101
Siratt, Julie - 05, 101
Slowinski, Ronda - 101
Smith, Bryant - 101
Smith, Mark - 51, 101
Smith, Shelley - 101
Smyers, Angie - 98
Solis, Margaret - 101
Spitsnaugle, Kimberly - 101
Spradlin, Todd - 66, 75, 94,
Stam, Judi - 9, 09, 50, 72,
Standridge, Kim - 06, 09,
64, 101, 126, 210, 240, 272
Starry, Kurt- 101
Stefanides, Katrina - 08, 101
Stekoll, Mike - 101
Stephens, Jem - 42, 66, 101
Stephenson, Robert- 101
Stevens, Alana - 101
Stewart, Kevin - 101
Stewart, Vicki - 08, 94, 101,
185, 189, 195, 246, 276
Stinchcomb, LeeAnn - 101
Stock, Jeannie - 101
Stone, Sherri - 69, 101, 258
Stovall, Ray - 86
Stroud, Tracy -
Stubblefield, Jim - 62, 66,
Suhr, Dana - 00, 09, 50, 84,
94, 101, 254
Sumruld, Lynda - 101
Svochak, Jackie - 76, 101,
241, 009 '
Swyhart, Dori - 60, 61, 70,
101, 198, 212, 294
Taliaferro, Dan - 200, 270
Tallman, Jeff - 101
Tate, Annette - 05, 101
- 86, 101
Taylor, Jimmy - 81, 101
Terrill, Jeanne - 101
Tharel, Lloyd - 00, 51, 67,
Theder, Denise - 50, 94,
Thomas, PGQQY - 48, 102
Thompson, Pat - 102
Thrash, Toya - 50, 102, 285,
Thurman, Manami - 102
Torres, JoAnn - 102
Townsend, Valerie - 50,
Trimble, Billy - 102
Trogdon, DeeAnn - 102
Tromanhauser, Jim - 102
Trudgett, Katie - 102, 209
Tubbs, Donnie - 102
Turner, Janet - 102
Turner, Lisa - 05, 102
Underwood, Sabrina - 102
Uribe, Albert- 4, 102
Valk, Linza - 106
Van Dertuin, Chip - 66,102
Vaughan, Vickie - 102
Villarreal, Diane - 102
Virginia, John - 4, 00, 102,
Wagnon, Dean - 100
Waldrup, Drew - 86, 100,
110, 279, 008
Walker, Gordon - 100
Walker, Pat- 100
Wallace, Amanda - 98, 100
Wallace, Cindy - 100
Wallace, Tony - 86, 100
Walter, Jennifer - 100
Warren, Becky - 98, 100
Wasson, Vikki - 99, 100
Weatherby, Shelli - 100
Webb, Becky - 08, 51, 67,
Webb, Christy - 100
Wetter, Shirley - 72, 100
Wheeler, Melissa - 70, 100
White, Amy - 00, 09, 50,
94, 100, 178, 195, 200,
White, Darren - 100
White, Steve - 100
White, Susan - 50,100
White, Tim - 104
Whitefield, Jana - 69, 104
Whitfield, Phil - 81
Whitfill, John - 94,104
Whitney, Lisa - 00, 104
Whiteley, Jonathan - 104
Whorton, Steve - 104
Wicks, Tina - 81, 104
Wiley, Louis - 48, 104
Wilkinson, Melanie - 4, 08,
94, 95, 104, 178, 221, 284
Willhite, Janice - 104
Williams, Dara - 81, 104
Williams, Lori - 00, 60, 94,
98, 104, 105, 200, 202,
Williams, Merry Pat - 06,
104, 208, 020
Williams, Robert - 104
Williams, Stewart - 4, 104
Williams, Traci - 104
Williamson, Belinda - 104
Wilson, Alyssa - 70, 104,
Wilson, Vicki - 49, 67, 104,
Wingfield, Lance - 104, 158
Winters, Gary - 104
Wolf, James - 104
Womble, Blane - 104, 199
Wordell, Stephanie - 104
Woods, Becky - 75, 104,
Workman, Stephanie - 09,
Wright, Sandra - 104
Wurst, Andrea - 104
Yarish, Jim - 104
Yessick, Wade - 104
Young, Stacy - 104
Zaremba, Doreen - 104,
Zimmerman, Ricky - 98,
Abney, Traci - 58, 200
Agnew, Mike - 58
Alexander, Bruce - 04, 58
Alexander, Jeff - 19, 58
Allen, Lisa - 58
Alley, Ron - 58
7-7, Ufo- s1f""""
Allison, Kerry - 34, 58
Anderson, David - 58
Atencio, Tina - 58
Baker, Steve - 58
Bandy, John - 58
Banta, Jeff - 58, 86
Barajas, Lisa - 51, 58
Bargsley, Susan - 53, 58
Barrows, Jeff -
- 58, 81
Paul - 47, 58
Barton, Cheri - 51, 53, 58,
Bassano, Heidi - 58
Batchelor, Mary - 52, 58
Bateman, Julie - 58, 236
Bates, Cara - 49, 58, 63, 95,
Battle, Laura - 32, 39, 47,
51, 59, 202
Baugh, Theresa - 59, 81
Beasley, Jon - 40, 47, 59
86, 95, 221
Beaver, Connie - 59
Beck, Laura - 50, 59, 72
Bell, Gwen - 41, 59
Bennett, Jay - 59, 74
Benser, Mike - 44, 47, 59,
Benson, Paul - 59
Bentley, Lynne - 59
Berenguer, Lorenzo - 32,
40, 51, 59, 91, 196, 230
Besgrove, Robert - 59, 73
Biehl, Jeff - 59
Black, Rhonda - 59, 64, 65
Blackstock, Lori - 59
Blanchard, David - 59
Bloomer, Jill - 59, 99
Boatright, Phillip - 59
Bolton, Janelle - 53, 59
Bonner, Annette - 59, 69
Borg, Teri - 32, 44, 59, 95,
Bostick, Sherry - 59
Boyd, Chris - 59, 103
Braden, Danny - 59
Brammer, Bill - 60
Brashear, Dan - 60
Brewer, Frank - 60
Bright, Darren - 60
Brigman, Jim - 42, 49, 60,
Brinkley, Rhonda - 60
Brooks, Holly - 53, 60
Brown, Mary - 60, 70
Brown, Sherrie - 53, 60
Brown, Susan - 60
Brown, Tim - 44, 60, 152,
Juniors Al - Mi
Browning, Buda - 60, 86,
Bryan, Joe - 50,60
Bryan, David - 40, 60, 91
Bufo, Mario - 47, 51, 60, 63,
Burchfield, Mendy - 60
Burk, David - 60, 74, 203
Burleson, Ken - 60
Burns, Tim - 44,60
Burns, Virginia - 60
Burris, Bret - 30, 60
Caffrey, J. C. - 60
Calhoun, Teresa - 47, 60,
Canales, Linda - 49, 51, 60
Cantrell, Ricky - 61, 99
Capello, Melissa - 44, 61,
Copley, Tom - 60
Carrington, Alicia - 61
Carrizales, Luis - 61
Carter, Steve - 61
Carter, Susan - 164
Case, Mark - 32, 61, 98,
Chadek, Rick - 81
Chambers, Michele - 44,
Chambers, Jeff - 61
Chandler, Leinani - 61
Chaney, Shelly - 49, 61
Childers, Derek - 61
Clark, Fred - 56, 61, 98,
Clark, Sharon - 61, 69
Clements, Myra - 61, 62,
Coach, Tammy - 61, 98, 199
Coe, Steve - 61
Coleman, Chris - 61
Coleman, Jack - 61
Collins, Hal - 40,61
Collins, James - 61, 98, 198,
Condor, Keith - 61
Conyers, Keith - 62
Cordas, Phil - 58, 62
Cordell, Andy - 42, 62
Cortez, Larry - 86
Couch, Kyle - 58, 62
Courtney, Holly - 62
Cox, Jeff - 62, 99
Crouch, Carmen - 62
Crouch, Greg - 42, 62
Crowe, Ken - 62
Crowell, Christy - 32, 47,
53, 56, 62
Crowley, Lori - 52, 62, 243
Croxen, Tom - 62, 71, 196
Cucci, Gina - 41, 62, 90
Cullum, Tammy - 62
Cupp, Jeff - 62
Curtis, Mike - 62, 99
Cygan, Jeff - 62
Dansby, Denise - 42, 62
Darr, Troy - 62
Davenport, Ronald - 62
Davenport, Vicki - 62
Davis, Lisa - 62
Davis, Tina - 62
De Beauvernet, Chris - 62
DeHoyos, Rachel - 38, 63,
98, 199, 235, 320
Del Castillo, Lisa - 49, 63
DeLeon, Ruben - 32, 63,
Delgado, Mark - 63
Dewitt, Diane - 63
Dirsch, Tim - 63
Dixon, Lesa - 63
Dobbins, Sherry - 51, 63, 64
Dodson, Duce - 63, 86
Dodson, Gina - 63
Dorcas, David - 63
Dougherty, Thomas - 39,
63, 86, 108
Douthit, Mike - 52, 63, 80
Doyle, Angie - 51, 52, 63
Driggars, Brad - 63
Dunham, Lisa - 41, 50,63
Dunn, Tony - 39, 40, 63, 86
Dutton, Kevin - 40, 63, 86,
Dyer, Kathy - 63
Earls, Tommy - 30, 63, 86
Early, Arlin - 63, 86
Edwards, Don - 63
Edwards, Jackie - 63
Eliason, Pat - 63
Erickson, Judy - 32, 64, 70,
Eubank, Mike - 64
Eubanks, Nelson - 64, 236
Eubanks, Lisa - 53, 64
Everett, Lance - 64
Faith, John - 64.98, 199
Flanagan, Kris - 68, 99
Fletcher, Cyndi - 45, 47, 64,
Fletcher, Wanda - 53, 64,
Flynn. Coleen - 32, 39, 47,
Flynn, Karen - 64
Forhby, Rodney - 64
Ford, David - 64
Ford, James - 64
Forsythe, Todd - 50, 65
Fowler, Crit - 65
Franke, Jack - 49, 50, 51,
65, 80, 140, 142, 197
Franzke, Arthur - 58, 65
Frith, Byron - 65
Fugett, Leslie - 65, 259
Fuller, Cindy - 32, 62, 65
Goddy, Lenora - 65
Garcia, Herbie - 65, 99
Garcia, Margaret - 65
Garcia, Sara - 75
Gardner, Mike - 65, 86
Gardner, Tim - 32, 63, 65,
Garlington, Todd - 30, 65
Garretson, Carole - 65, 236,
Garretson, Todd - 65
Gasch, Greg - 34, 65
Genemore, Missy - 65
George, Charlotte - 65
George, Mike - 47, 65, 103
George, Teri - 36, 65
Gibbs, Teresa - 65
Gibson, Diana - 47, 53, 65
Gilcrease, Debra - 65, 73
Gilliland, Don - 65, 102, 283
Gilliland, John - 39, 66, 102
Gilman, Gus - 66
Glassey, Donnie - 66
Glazner, Sherry - 66
Goad, Roxanne - 66
Gobert, Jeneria - 53
Gomez, Rosanna - 66
Gonzales, Geraldine - 66
Good, Lisa - 32, 53, 66
Goodson, Jimmy - 66, 102
Goodson, Melanie - 62,66
Farney, Tracy - 64, 236,
Farmer, Andy - 34, 64
Farmer, Laura - 47, 49, 64
Faulkner, Rick - 64
Faurot, Terri - 64
Feazell, Chuck - 48, 64
Ferguson, Sheri - 64
Firth, Sheila - 64
Fish, Maribeth - 49, 51, 64
Fitch, Jay - 58, 64, 86, 110,
Gosson, Tarron - 66
Gouyton, Julie - 66, 98
Gowland, Kip - 30, 32, 66
Gravel, Kristi - 66
Green, Bobby - 66, 80
Green, Bryan - 66
Green, Patrick - 32, 66, 99
Green, Scott - 62, 66, 197
Gricius, Steve - 44, 66, 154
Griffith, David - 66
Guempel, Donna - 66,81
Guest, Lori - 66
Guillory, Trisha - 52, 66,
Guitierrez, Connie - 49, 66
Guitierrez, Lynne - 44,67
Guy, Deidre - 32, 47, 63,
67, 139, 187, 320
Haass, Debbie - 67, 76, 241
Hackett, Bobby - 67
Halliday, Brian - 34, 67
Halverson, Leah - 67
Hamlett, Glenn - 40, 67, 86
Hand, Michelle - 52, 67
Handcock, Lizz - 67
Hansen, Steve - 67
Horgiss, Rebecca - 67
Harris, Paul - 49, 67
Harrison, Jeff - 49,67
Hauk, Robert- 67
Hayes, Mary - 41, 51, 64,
Hayes, Therese - 67
Head, Mande - 53, 67
Helvey, Elizabeth - 47.67,
95, 221, 236
Helvey, Patricia - 32, 67,
Henderson, Willie - 40, 58,
Hensley, Carol - 67,99
Henson, Wayne - 67
Herrick, Cindy - 67
Hertberg, David - 58, 67
Herr, Daren - 39, 68, 86, 112
Higginbotham, Elise - 51, 68
Higgins, Jay - 68
Hileman, Jeff - 40, 68, 91
Hobbs, Sonia - 68
Hodge, Lori - 66
Hof, Amy - 68
Holbert, Gregg - 32, 63, 68,
98, 291, 320
Holmbeck, Scott - 68
Hook, Darren - 68
Horton, Lisa - 68, 79, 248
Hoskins, Robert - 49, 68
Hovis, Keith - 39, 40, 47,
Hovis, Leanna - 68
Howell, David - 51,68
Howell, Louis - 44, 68, 154
Howse, Lonnie - 67, 68, 79,
Hoystradt, Kyle - 68
Humphries, Michelle - 68,
Honeycutt, Brad - 68, 86
Hunt, Lennie - 68
Hurst, John - 68,86
Hyde, Jennifer - 53, 86
Ingram, Teresa - 69
Irby, Chip - 43, 69, 139
Jameson, Jennifer - 50, 53,
Jarzynka, Teresa - 69
Jenschke, Troy - 69
Jeppesen, Sean - 69
Johnson, Craig - 40, 69
Johnson, Missy - 69, 98
Johnson, Scott - 30, 69
Johnson, Wendy - 32, 47,
49, 57, 69, 226
Angelia - 69
Cole - 58, 69, 86, 110
Greg - 69, 98, 199
Richard - 69
Sherilyn - 69
Kammerdiener, Tina - 69
Kalbfleisch, Joe - 42, 57, 69
Karanian, Ed - 69, 98
Kays, Ginger - 69
Kearney, Denise - 69
Keeker, Karyn - 69
Kelly, Chris - 40,69
Kees, Tony - 69
Kerbo, Kendra - 69
Kidd, Kelly - 53,70
King, Teresa - 70, 78, 249
Kinler, Karen - 47,70
Kirby, Jerry - 70
Kirchoff, Holly - 70
Klotz, Dwayne - 70
Kniivila, Kalle - 70
Kowalski, Christy - 70
Kramer, Eddie - 48, 70
Kruzel, Mike - 70, 71, 72,
Lakey, J - 75
Lalle, Christine - 70
LaPier, Karen - 70
Lauridsen, Sandy - 70, 76,
Ledbetter, John - 70, 86
Leddon, Kim - 70
Lee, Alison - 47, 49, 70
Lenderman, Gene - 70
Leonard, Tricia - 51,70
Lepro, Laura - 32, 49, 70,
98, 198, 199
Lepro, Linda - 32, 70, 98
Lindsay, Bobby - 70
Lindsay, Jerry - 30, 47, 70,
Linz, Tom - 70, 87
Lockhart, Leah - 70
Longlott, Jocelyn - 71
Lovejoy, Mike - 40, 71, 91,
Lucabaugh, Chuck - 30,71
Lucke, Teresa - 32, 71
Luckett, Karyn - 53, 71
Lusk, Sherri - 71
Lux, Sandra - 71
Lyon, Mike - 71, 156, 157
McBrayer, Christye - 32, 53,
McCary, Martin - 51,71
McCormick, Marilyn - 71
McCoy, Jeannine - 71
McCrory, Linda - 71
McCullough, Kim - 71
McDaniel, Stacy - 71,98
McDonald, Chris - 42, 71,
McDonald, Tim - 42, 49, 71
McGee, Teresa - 47, 71
McGilvray, Angela - 41, 71.
McKee, Lee - 71
McKee, Lin - 71
McKeown, Kim - 71
McRight, Bonnie - 41, 49,
Mahon, Ralph - 71
Mayes, Sabrina - 72
Marlin, Monty - 72, 102
Marlowe, Angie - 72
Martell, Edward - 72
Martin, Charles - 72
Martin, Mike - 72,103
Martin, Mike - 72
Martinez, Mitzi - 67,72
Mason, Eric - 72
Massey, Susan - 53, 72, 236
Mattson, Laura - 72
Maxwell, Stephen - 72
Medina, Larry - 72,74
Medina, Mike - 72,86
Mellado, Birdie - 72
Melugin, Lesli - 72
Mendenhall, James - 72,
Mennis, Troy - 69,72
Mercer, Lynette - 72, 76
Merritt, Kim - 72
Michelson, Mark - 40, 72,
Mick, Cindy - 51, 53, 72
Miles, Teresa - 72
Miles, Tony - 32, 72, 98
Miller, Brent- 73
Miller, Bobby - 73
Miller, Ranell - 73, 78, 249
Miller, Terry - 73
Milligan, Kristen - 73
Juniors Me - Z
Mills, Richard - 73, 86, 113,
Mitchell, Charlie - 73, 102
Mitchell, Melissa - 49, 73,
Mitchell, Tracy - 73
Moates. Tracie - 47, 67, 73,
Moeller, Rebecca - 73
Monk, Ben - 73, 86, 110
Monk, Brooks - 32, 73, 236
Montelongo, Phil - 73,86
Moon, Cari - 73
Mooney, Sondra - 73
Moore, Chris - 73
Moore. Greg - 31, 73
Moore, Janelle - 53, 73
Moore, Mark - 32, 73, 98,
Moore, Scott - 40, 73, 86
Morgan, Bryan - 73
Morgan, Ricky - 32, 47, 73,
Morgan, Robin - 73
Morris, Stacy - 74
Mowery, Mark - 42, 74, 194
Myers, Heather - 74
Nail, Scott - 74
Nash, Kelly - 74
Naul, Mary - 35, 74
Nesbitt, Dianne - 74
Newberry, Jon - 74,86
Nguyen, Peter - 44, 74, 154
Nguyen, Thanh Houng - 74
Nguyen, Tho - 74
Nguyen, Tuan - 44, 49, 74,
Niles, Tracy - 74
Nixon, Mark - 74
Norton, Luther - 74
O'Mary, Clay - 74
O'Neill, Shawn - 32, 51, 52,
Odum, Stacy - 74, 75
Oerman, Lonnie - 99
Offield, Jan - 47.53, 74
Offutt, Gary - 74, 86, 290
Olitsky, Sandy - 32, 74, 86
Opalach, John - 74
Orr, Rene - 74
Osborn, Sean - 74,86
Osborne, Mark - 75, 87
Osburn, Tim - 75, 86
Padgett, Shari - 51, 75
Palmore, Steve - 40, 75, 91,
161, 163, 196, 212
Parker, Vickie - 67, 75
Parks, Tim - 39, 40, 75,86
Parrot, Scott - 76
Pelton, Ann - 38, 47, 51, 75
Pepin, Susan - 75
Peterson, Mark - 75
Phelps, Brenda - 75
Philibert, Derrick - 34, 75
Phillips, Tammy - 53,75
Phillips, Wesley - 75
Pine, Jacqueline - 75
Pinkston, Shannon - 73, 75
Plumley, Greg - 48
Polk, Carl - 75, 236
Polk, Wendy - 53, 75
Portman, Leslye - 32, 47,
Posey, Liz - 75
Powell, Chip - 75,102
Preuss, Matt - 75
Prewitt, Robin - 51,75
Prikyl, Patty - 32, 75, 232
Proctor, Becky - 39, 47, 76
Puricelli, Jorge - 76
Pyles, Ginger - 32, 76, 202
Qualls, Grant- 71, 76, 196
Ranne, Cyndi - 35, 76
Ratliff, Colleen - 76
Ratliff, Cloud - 76
Reed, Doris - 41, 64, 76
Reiss, Steve - 86
Reynolds, Erin - 53, 76
Rickman, Jasen - 39, 40,
Ries, Pamela - 75, 76
Riggs, Sandra - 37, 76
Rivers, Leigh Ann - 76, 236
Ritter, Michelle - 76
Roan, John - 76
Roberson, Kevin - 40, 76,
Robertson, Angela - 76
Roberts, Monica - 69, 76
Roberts, Kim - 76
Roberts, Richard - 76
Roberts, Sandy - 76, 98
Robinson, Shane - 58, 76
Rochester, Eddie - 76
Rodriguez, Phyllis - 77
Rogers, Rhonda - 77
Rogers, Shirley - 32, 52, 77
Rosenquist, Michele - 77,
Rucker, Lee Ann - 77
Russell, Steve - 77, 80, 142
Rutledge, Paul - 30, 77
Rowland, Jerrilynn - 32, 53,
Ruiz, Darlene - 49,77
Safewright, Sandy - 77
Saffle, Kathy - 77
Samonek, Matt - 77
Sanders, Tommy - 77
Sandlin, Jana - 32, 53, 77
Saunders, Scott - 77, 98,
Schmitz, Shirley - 47, 77
Schmuhl, Nancy - 32, 51,
63, 77, 204, 320
Schriewer, Scott - 39, 47,
Schumann, David - 47, 77,
Schueler, Kara - 77
Schultz, Shannon - 77
Schweyher, Ronny - 47, 77
Scoma, Maria - 77,90
Seaborn. Marty - 73, 77
Seals, Carolyn - 78
Seaton, Damon - 40, 78
Seets, Steven - 78
Sesvold, Jerry - 78
Sharp, Eddie - 50, 78
Shaw, Mary - 63, 78, 98,
Shedron, Darla - 51, 78
Shelton, Victor - 40, 78
Sheppard, Sharo - 78, 99,
Shields, Dwain - 78
Shone, Richard - 32, 78, 98,
Shope, Tom - 78
Shorkey, Robert - 78, 98,
Short, Robert - 34, 78
Shugart, Alan - 78
Shwaiko, Bill - 40, 78, 86
Sibbet, Mike - 78
Simmons, Doug - 60, 61, 78,
Sims, Nick - 78
Singletary, John - 32.71,
78, 151, 196
Sisemore, Christine - 69 I8
Sizemore, Susan - 69,18
Skaggs, Justin - 78
Skaggs, Robert - 78
Skeens, Debbie - 79
Skinner, Anthony - 79, 86
Skinner, Leanne - 38, 44,
47, 53, 79
Skipworth, Sherolyn - 75,
Smeby, Nancy - 79, 99
Smelleger, Suzette - 79,
Smith, Barbara - 37, 50, 65,
Smith, Dawn - 79
Smith, Grady - 79,81
Smith, Laura - 53, 79
Smith, Lonnie - 79,86
Smith, Nancy - 79, 98
Smith, Scott - 42, 79
Smith, Tony - 79,81
Snell, Belinda - 38, 67, 79
Snyder, Steve - 79
Sparrow, Tony - 79
Sparrow, Jennifer - 79
Spitsnaugel, Ralph - 79
Spohn, Nancy - 79
Standley, Billie - 79
Stearns, Sandra - 79
Stephens, Shannon - 79
Stephenson, Sue - 35, 79
Stidger, Dana - 82
Stierwalt, Craig - 80, 99
Stone, Darren - 80
Stone, David - 80
Sullivan, Vicki - 80
Sutton, Keith - 80, 91
Tadsen, Ramon - 34, 80
Taggart, Thomas - 80, 99
Taylor, Linda - 80
Teinart, Lisa - 47,80
Tennant, Todd - 34, 80
Terrell, Lisa - 80
Terrell, Teresa - 80
Terrill, Tanya - 41, 80
Terry, Scott - 8C
Thomas, Jan - 80
Thomas, Macon - 80
Thomas, Ronald - 80
Thomes, Zlaine - 51, 80
Thompson, Julie - 53, 80
Thompson, Kathy - 32, 51,
63, 80, 320
Tlwmpson, Rodney - 80
Tnompson, Ronny - 99
Thompson, Shelly - 35,80
Thorne, Lynn - 80
Tidwell, Gary - 80
Torrence, Tony - 81
Tilton, Angie - 39, 81
Totty, Duane - 81
Trapp, Rosemary - 69, 81
Tromanhauser, Dale - 81,
Trotter, Mike - 51, 81, 99
Tubbs, Kerry - 81
Tucker, Steve - 81
Turner, Stephanie - 41,81
Tyler, Traci - 81
Underwood, Crystal - 81
Vance, Stephie - 81
Vaught, Paul - 81,236
Vicars, Kevin - 81
Villareal, Adinah - 81
Vizard, Roger - 81
Vogelsberg, Mark - 81
Vowell, Kenny - 48, 81
Wadley, Bill - 81
Waldie, Linda - 81
Wagner, Brian - 81
Wagner, Terry - 81
Wakefield, Brian - 81
Walker, Bo - 40, 82, 86
Walker, Johnny - 82,86
Wallace, Kathlina - 32, 47,
70, 82, 149, 197
Wallis, Jeff - 82
Walters, Stephanie - 82.
Warbritton, Lisa - 41, 82,
90, 164, 167
Warren, Vicki - 38, 82, 236
Waschka, Paul - 47, 72, 82,
Watson, Jim - 82
Weaver, Marcelle - 53, 82
Weaver, Renee - 36, 41, 82
Webb, Brian - 82,86
Welch, Melanie - 82
Welch, Regina - 48, 82
Welton, Gene - 82
West, Christi - 36, 41, 82
Westbrook, Debbi - 82
Whitaker, Larry - 81, 82
White, Jackie - 82,99
White, Kisha - 47.82, 236
Whiteman, Robert- 82
Whittaker, Mike - 71, 82,
Wieland, George - 82
Wiksell, Debra - 82
Williams, Janet - 48, 82
Williams, Lynnette - 64, 82
Williams, Tonya - 43, 47,
82, 149, 197
Winters, Cris - 82
Wofford, Tracy - 82
Wong, Marian - 72, 82
Woodrow, Kathi - 82
Wood, Forrest - 82
Wright, Beth - 82
Wright, Treva - 82
Youngblood, Connie - 82
Zartman, Walt - 40, 58, 82,
86, 109, 110, 116, 121
Zeiglar, Mark - 82
Adams, Kim - 30, 50, 52
Adgar, Ken - 30,87
Ahlgren, Kathy - 30
Allen, Eric - 30
Allen, Kathy - 30
Allen, Lee - 30
Allen, Steve - 30
Alvey, Amy - 30, 52
Anderson, Toni - 5, 30
Apodoca, Alice - 30, 52
Arnold, Mark - 30
Asbille, Bob - 30, 59
Aurand, Jeff - 30
Bailey, Anthony - 30, 40,
Bailey, Scott - 30, 42
Balder, Kelly - 30, 52
Baker, Tim - 30
Ballew, Beverly - 30, 46,
Baldwin, Don - 30
Barfield, Eric - 30, 45, 46
Barker, Trenna - 30
Barrowcliff, Andy - 30, 269
Bassano, Heidi - 30
Bauer, Robert - 30
Bean, Tim - 31, 46, 49
Bearrow, Jeff - 31
Belknap, Steve - 31, 99
Benefield, Gene - 31,74
Bennett, Randal - 31
Bentley, Robert- 31
Biberdorf, Barry - 31,87
Biedermann, Monica - 31
Bina, Jeff - 31, 71
Birdsinger, Shawn - 31,87
Bishop, Diane - 31,99
Bittinger, Dawn - 31
Blackwell, Chris - 31, 220,
Blackwill, Darren - 31
Blackenship, Kim - 31
Blanton, Robert- 31
Blontz, Lisa - 31, 52
Boaz, Cindy - 31, 37, 124
Bond, David - 31,98
Boone, Brenda - 31
Bothel, Russ - 29, 31
Bowland, Ginny - 31,52
Boyd, Renee - 31
Boyd, Rusty - 29, 31, 46, 87
Boykin, Wanda - 32
Bozarth, Phyllis - 32, 46, 52
Bradberry, Dave - 32, 40,
46, 87, 115
Bradford, Rena - 32
Branigan, Shelly - 32, 46,
Bratcher, Lisa - 32, 46, 49,
ric - 32, 74
Brewer, Christy - 32
Brock, Richard - 32, 51, 99
Bridges, Brian - 32
Brigandi, Mike - 80, 87
Brooks, Lisa - 32, 52
Brown, Rachel - 32, 37, 41,
65, 124, 164, 165
Brown, Ron - 32, 39, 91
Brown, Sylvia - 32
Brown, Sheri - 32
Bruce, Mindy - 32
Brunsen, Melanie - 32
Buckelew, Dawn - 32,72
Builtra, Daron - 32
Bujard, Steve - 32, 40
Burke, Brad - 32
Butler, Cindy - 32
Byno, Jack - 32, 49, 50
Bynum, Billy - 32
Bynum, Margaret- 33
Calhoun, Donnette - 33, 52
Canavespe, Natale - 29,
33, 52, 72
Carnes, Kathy - 33
Carrington, Danielle - 33,
Carroll, Michael - 33
Casey, Cindy - 33
Cashion, Paula - 33
Chambers, Scott - 33
Chandler, Brian - 33, 103,
Charlton, Melissa - 33
Chernick, Wayne - 33,236
Christensen, Kim - 33, 52
Christian, Ginger - 33,42
Clampitt, Chris - 33,99
Clark, Chris - 33,72
Clark, Diane - 33
Clausen, Paige - 33
Clemens, Chad - 33,72
Clements, Lisa - 33, 52
Cleveland, Pat - 30, 33, 46
Cole, Larry - 33, 45
Coleman, Carl - 74
Colley, Becky - 33
Colston, Rusty - 33, 45, 281
Combs, David - 34, 87
Cook, Danny - 34,87
Cook, Gary - 34
Cook, Ken - 34
Cordell, Sarah - 34,99
Cowling, Balaine - 34
Craine, Brad - 34
Crow, Leslie - 34
Crow, Shawn - 34
Culbert, Andy - 34,99
Crowell, Tony - 34
Culpepper, Jeff - 34, 98
Cunningham, Damon - 34,
Dabbous, Ashraf - 34, 51,
Dabney, Ron - 34
Dale, Terry - 34, 80
Dalton, John - 34
Darrow, Diane - 34, 46, 52,
77, 185, 243
Davis, Dale - 34, 80
Davis, Penny - 34, 52
Davis, Scott - 31, 34
Dean, Kevin - 31.34, 87,
DeLeon. Raul - 34
Denman, Robert - 35, 46,
Diaz, Lidia - 35
Dimsdle, Lisa - 35, 52
Dimopoulos, Kristine - 35,
Dodson, Joe - 35
Donaldson, Jim - 35, 87
Donnelly, Deelyn - 35, 46,
52, 63, 185, 219, 320
Doran, Darron - 35
Dowell, Darla - 35, 46, 52
Draper, Janet - 35
Duarte, DeeDee - 35
Duke, Donny - 35,72
Dunn, David - 35,71, 196
Dunham, Laurie - 35, 46,
52, 70, 243
Dunn, Mark - 35, 98
Dunn, Sharon - 35
Duong, Huy - 35
Dyer, Suzie - 35, 46, 52, 77
Dyer, Robert - 31, 35
Early, Steve - 35
Eberhart, Heidi - 35, 46, 52
Edwards, Bill - 35
Edwards, Don - 35, 72
Ellison, Charles - 35. 205
Elsen, Ray - 36, 45, 204
Embry, Julie - 36, 65, 204
Erbst, Ronnie - 36
Esmailzadeh, Shahran - 36
Etchison, Missy - 36
Evans, Mitzi - 36, 99
Ewing, David - 36, 98
Farrer, Traci - 36, 52
Farrow, Nolan - 36, 40
Farwell, Lisa - 36, 46, 52
Ferguson, Scott - 36
Fletcher, Carey - 36, 87
Fletcher, Tracy - 36, 52
Flores, David - 36
Folse, Kevin - 36, 44, 49,
Foltmer, Kandy - 36
Ford, Mark - 31, 36, 59, 87,
Foster, Kyle - 36, 46, 72
Foster, Michelle - 36,99
Frazier, Rodney - 36, 71,
Freeman, Dee - 36
Freeze, Angel - 36, 46, 52
Sophomores Da - Ta
Fruehan, Wendy - 36, 49,
Fuentes, Gary - 37
Gaddy, Stacy - 37
Gage, Adam - 37, 59
Gage, Rodney - 37, 59, 116
Galloway, Bernadette - 37
Gambrel, Joe - 37
Garrett, Barry - 37, 99
Garrettson, Todd - 37
Gatti, Lisa - 37, 46, 98
Garcia, Jerry - 37
George, Kenny - 37
Gilliland, Roy - 37
Goad, Roxanne - 37
Goodson, Chris - 37
Gonzales, Freddy - 37, 87
Gonzalez, Jamie - 37
Gray, John - 37
Gray, Shawn - 37, 52,77
Greene, Deanne - 37,99
Greiner, Joe - 31, 37, 59
Griffin, Debbie - 37
Grezeszak, Marlaina - 37
Grossman, Kathleen - 37
Gwin, Gene - 37
Haigwood, Kelly - 38
Haire, Jamie - 38, 42, 72
Hale, Charlene - 38
Hale, Janette - 38
Hallett, John - 38
Hancock, Sandi - 38, 46, 98
Hanner, Wayne - 38,87
Hanson, Scott - 38
Hanson, Wayne - 229
Hardy, Bob - 38, 72
Harfield, Artie - 38
Harold, Tony - 38, 40
Hart, Mary - 37, 38, 166
Hartman, Jimmy - 31, 38,
Hartwig, Debbie - 38
Hartwig, Dennis - 38
Hatfield, Steve - 38,87
Hawkins, Terri - 38
Hayes, Gene - 38, 72
Hayes, John - 38,87
Head, Jeri - 38
Helmke, David - 38,87
Helton, Don - 38,87
Hennan, Dennis - 38,87
Hickerson, Tracy - 38
Hickfang, Doug - 39, 87
Hicks, Keith - 39, 80
Hiersche, Brian - 39
Hill, Brant- 39, 72, 87
Hill, Sandie - 62
Hill, Tommy - 39
Hinojosa, Joe - 39
Hogan, Jeff - 39
Hogg, Janene - 39,45
Holden, Johnette - 39, 46,
Holt, Donald - 102
Holt, Jeff - 31, 39, 87
Holt, Michelle - 39, 46, 52,
Hooks, Julie - 39
Hord, Steve - 39
Horn, Dana - 39
Horrigon, Kristin - 39
Hoskins, Steve - 39, 40, 91
Houston, Jana - 39, 46, 99,
Houston, Pat - 39, 40, 46,
Hovis, Calvin - 39,87
Howle, Jimmy - 39
Howse, Angie - 39, 52, 70,
Hrisco, John - 39, 99
Hull, Frankie - 74
Hulsey, Wade - 39
Humphrey, Mike - 39, 46,
Hunt, Tracy - 40, 46, 62
Hunter, Samantha - 40
Jackson, Kim - 40
Jackson, Linda - 40
Jacobs, Jeff - 40
Jacobs, Joni - 40
James, Tim - 31, 40, 87, 115
Jeans, Angela - 36, 40, 41
Jenkins, Marty - 40,71
Jimenez, Elsa - 40
Johnson, Greg - 40
Johnson, Lisa - 40, 45
Johnson, Lori- 40
Johnston, Jeff - 40,59
Johnston, Lex - 28, 40, 46,
Johnston, Michelle - 40,52
Jones Dan - 40, 59, 116
Jones, David - 40
Jones, Lucinda - 40, 52, 172
Jones, Pam - 40
Jones, Robert - 40
Jordan, Craig - 40, 87
Jordan, Rory - 31, 40, 87
Jordan, Wes - 40
Kammerdiener, Tina - 41
Kastner, Tracy - 41, 46, 52
Keach, Dawn - 41
Keeble, Ronnie - 41, 103,
Keehn, Cheri - 41
Kell, Susan - 41, 52, 78, 249
Kelly, Kim - 41
Keomany, Chanthora - 41
Khong Savatf. Siven - 41,
Kielberg, Jinjer - 99
Kight, Larry - 41
Kile, Robbie - 41
Kilianski, Jennifer - 41, 45,
Killion, Roger - 41,87
King, Liz - 41,52
King, Renae - 41
King, James - 41
King, Neal - 41,87
King, Roger - 41
Kirchoff, Kelly - 41
Klemick, Robin - 41
Knox, Michelle - 41, 46, 52
Kruzel, Mary - 41, 65, 166
Kuhn, Scott - 41
Lancaster, Rodney - 41, 87,
Landrum, Troy - 42
LaPier, Anne - 42, 52, 72
Latshaw, Mark - 42, 137
Lecceadone, Don - 42
Lewis, Ron - 42, 72, 91, 229
Lincer. Doug - 42
Lipscomb, Traci - 42
Lisenbee, Kathy - 42,99
Little, Angie - 42, 52, 70
Little, Rachel - 42
Lowery, Kevin - 42, 103
Luce, Laurie - 42, 98, 199
Luckenbill, Kraig - 31, 42,
46, 87, 115
Luna, Jackey - 42, 98, 264
McClure, Ronald - 42, 71
McCullers, Randy - 42
McElroy, Laurie - 42, 51, 52
McGee, Gay - 41,42
McGrann, Shannon - 39,
42, 46, 52, 72, 228
McLain, Patty - 42
McMahon, Shane - 42
McMinn, Donald - 42
Mall, Wade - 42
Maloney, Joe - 28, 42, 320
Maloof, David - 43, 99
Manchester, Charles - 43
Maples, Brenda - 43, 50
Marcum, Shauna - 41, 43,
Marrs, Wayne - 43, 99
Marschall, Barbara - 43
Martin, Jeff - 74
Martinez, Fred - 43
Matocha, Mary - 43, 65
Matthews, Bill - 43, 99
Maughan, Randall - 43,99
Maxwell, Tony - 43
May, John - 43
May, Valerie - 43, 49, 99
Melboum, Steven - 42, 43
Merriman, Charles - 43, 74
Merritt, Kenny - 43
Migchelbrink, Ken - 102
Millender, Farrell - 31, 43
Miller, Kim - 43
Missimo, Dean - 43
Mitchell, William - 43
Mize, Dawn - 43
Mojica, Dean - 43
Monks, Stephanie - 44, 46,
Montya, Jana - 44, 99
Moore, Kellie - 44,52
Moore, Michelle - 44
Moore, Tina - 44, 65
Morey, Kala - 44, 99, 272
Morgan, Keith - 44
Morgan, Michelle - 44
Morin, Paul - 44
Morrison, Scott - 44, 87
Morrow, Jill - 28, 44, 46, 52
Muckey, Dave - 44
Mullinax, Marty - 44,74
Mumford, Danny - 44
Murray, Margie - 44, 50,
Muse, Sundy - 44, 60, 61,
Myers, Todd - 44
Naehritz, Brian - 44
Needham, Chris - 44, 87
Nelson, Paul - 44,74
Nelson, Kevin - 44
Newberry, Gina - 44
Nguyen, Thanh Chi - 44
O'Brien, David - 44, 46, 63,
Ochoa, Lori - 45
Odom, Keith - 45, 59, 220,
Ogden, David - 45
Oliver, Mike - 45
Olsen, Holli - 45, 52
Ondich, Stephanie - 45
Ortiz, Rachel - 45
Ottoson, Tom - 42, 45, 136
Owens, Ralph - 45
Owens, Steve - 45
Pafford, Mark - 45, 103
Page, Guy - 42,45
Palmore, Delores - 41, 45,
90, 164, 165
Park, Tricia - 45, 52
Paulkner. Donald - 45, 87
Payne, David - 45,87
Payton, Janice - 45, 46, 52
Pearson, Tonya - 45
Peavy, Toni - 45 '
Pelton, Lori - 45,99
Pence, Eric - 45, 87
Pepin, Susan - 45
Perry, Vivian - 45
Peterson, Ron - 45, 99
Pewitt, Lisa - 46
Pierce, Phillip - 46, 71
Pike, Denise - 46
Pike, Terri - 46
Pippin, Ron - 39, 40, 46, 87,
Pogue, Karla - 39, 46, 52
Polanovich, Paul - 46
Poli, Becky - 46
Pope, Carrie - 46
Porter, Angie - 46,65
Pounds, Jeff - 46,72
Powell, Lisa - 46
Powell, Vicky - 46
Prewitt. Yancy - 46
Price, Greg - 46
Pritchett, Scott - 46
Qualls, Annette - 46, 272
Quinn, Chris - 46,87
Rea, Sean - 31, 40, 46
Reimund, Shelly - 39, 46,
Renfro, Tracey - 46
Richardson, Tammy - 46
Riner, Tracy - 46
Roberts, Danny - 47
Roberts, Mike - 47, 49, 50
Roberts, Robert - 47
Rode, Tana - 47
Rodriguez, Ricardo - 47
Rodriguez, Rosie - 47, 99
Rojas, Amanda - 47
Rojas, Margie - 47, 52
Romero, Traci - 47
Rosalez, Tino - 47, 80, 87
Rose, James - 47
Rousch, Bekah - 37, 47, 125
Rozell, Jim - 47
Ruffu, Eric - 41, 47, 143
Ruiz, Sylvia - 47,99
Rushing, Cindy - 47, 98, 199
Rutledge, Tim - 40, 47, 90
Safewright, Sandy - 47
Saleh, Randy - 40, 47, 90
Sanders, Karen - 37,47
Sanders, Susan - 47
Sanders, Tommy - 47
Sawdons, Jeff -- 47
Scalf, Tommy - 47
Schaeffer, Michelle - 48, 52,
70, 77, 242
Schoelkopf, Todd - 31, 48,
Schoener, Ken - 48
Schuricht, Pam - 48
Schutza, Tony - 48, 87
Scoma, Mike - 48
Scott, Roberta - 48
Sesvold, Joel - 48
Seale, Kelli - 48
Searcy, Beverly - 48
Sebastian, Charlotte - 39,
41, 46, 48, 65
Self, Ken - 48
Sennett, David - 48
Serviente, Glenn - 31,48
Serviente, Sherry - 48
Sexton, Sue - 46, 48, 51, 52
Shaner, Kenneth - 91
Sharp, Greg - 48, 87
Shaw, Karen - 48
Sherrill, Pam - 48
Shields, Lorri - 52
Shoppa, Debra - 48
Shultz, Kym - 48
Sillivent, Joe - 48,320
Simmons, Tammi - 48, 99
Simmons, Robert - 49
Sisemore, Caysey - 49, 52
Skeen, Debbie - 52
Slate, Sherry - 49
Smith. Deanne - 49
Smith, Kevin - 49, 60, 61
Smith, Maura - 99
Smith, Randy - 49
Symers, Scott - 49
Souders, Vickie - 49
Southern, Kristen - 45, 49
Sparks, Larry - 49, 87, 103
Spencer, Suzanne - 49,98
Stanard, Denise - 49, 51, 72
Stanford, Bobby - 49, 59,
Stanglin, Mike - 49, 49, 87
Stanley, Vesta - 49
Stapleton, Doug - 46, 49,
Stark, Bart - 49, 98, 229
Steadman, Regina - 49
Steadman, Russell - 49,
Stephens, Susan - 49
Stevens, Ben - 49, 99
Stephenson, Shari - 49
Stovall, Freddy - 49, 60, 61,
Stoy, Gene - 81
Strittmatter, Karen - 49, 50
Sullens, Rhonda - 50, 65
Swartz, Chris - 50
Taliaferro, Tony - 74
Tanna, Emily - 50
Tarrant, Julie - 45, 50, 52,
Taylor, Kelly - 50, 152
Taylor, Laurie - 46, 50, 52
Temple, Monica - 50, 52
Terrell, Liles - 50, 99
Thielemann, Robert - 50,
Thomas, Tiffany - 50
Thomes, Kevin - 50, 87
Thompson, Marc - 50
Thompson, Ricky - 31, 50,
Thompson, Tim - 46, 50, 87
Tijerina, Steven - 50, 74
Toon, Ben - 49, 50
Townsend, Marci - 50
Tucker, Tammy - 50, 65
Turk, Paula - 28, 37, 46, 50
Turner, David - 50, 87
Turner, Tamara - 50, 52,
Van Dertuin, Randy - 51
Vaughon, Greg - 51
Vega, Mary - 51, 99
Vela, Kenny - 51,87
Vicars, Kevin - 51
Vickers, Shannon - 51
Vloitos, Diane - 51
Vongspiraseuth, Thon - 51
Vongpradith, Virakon - 51,
Voss, Lisa - 51
Waldner, Rodney - 51,80
Walker, Tammy - 51, 98,
Wallace, John - 51, 145, 162
Warren, Kathy - 51
Weatherby, Steve - 51
Weathers, Kristi - 39, 51, 52
Webb, James - 51
Webb, Ronald - 51
Webb, Terry - 51
Sophomores Ta- ,
Westbrook, Debbie - 51
Whitaker, Alan - 51
White, Alan - 52, 98, 198,
White, Geoffrey - 52
White, Jimmy - 45, 46, 52
White, Tal - 46, 52, 87
Whitney, Cary - 31, 52
Whorton, Donna - 52, 237
Wickler, Amy - 52
Wieland, Duane - 52, 150
Wilbanks, Jimmy - 31, 52,
Wilcox, Jack - 50, 52
Williams, David - 40, 52, 87
Williams, Lynn - 52
Williams, Mike - 31, 46, 52,
59, 87, 115, 134
Williams, Stuart - 52
Williams, Troy - 52
Wilson, Brian - 52, 87
Wilson, David - 52, 60, 61,
62, 72, 198, 210
Wilson, Jim - 90
Wilson, Juanita - 52, 90,
Winters, Cris - 52
Wood, Angela - 52
Woodard, Gary - 52, 60, 61,
Woods, Vince - 52
Woodard, Lisa - 52
Workman, Tim - 40, 46, 53,
Wright, Cary - 53, 74, 87
Wright, Robby - 53, 87, 103
Wurst, Tom - 46, 53, 60, 61,
Yahne, Lisa - 39, 46, 52,
Yancy, Darren - 53, 99
Yeager, Marvin - 31, 53,
Yosten, Codi - 45, 46, 53,
Zachary, Dawn - 53
Zachary, Robby - 53
Zoeller, Sondra - 45, 49, 53
Band - 98, 99, 232-235
Baseball CVD - 30, 130-133
Baseball CJVD - 31, 134, 135
Boy's Basketball CVD - 58.
Boy's Basketball UVD - 59,
Girl's Basketball KVD - 36,
Girl's Basketball CJVD - 37,
Cable 28 - 68
Cheerleaders CVD - 76, 240,
Cheerleaders CJVD - 77
Choir - 236-239
Boy's Cross Country - 91,
GirI's Cross Country - 90,
CVAE - 74
CVAE Co-Op - 48
DECA - 81
Diving - 42, 138, 139
FBLA - 67
Football KVD - 86, 108-113
Football CJVD - 87, 114-115
French Club - 51
German Club - 50
Golf - 156-159
Boy's Gymnastics - 71, 150,
Girl's Gymnastics - 70, 148,
HECE - 79
Honor Society C2nd YearD -
33, 230, 231
Honor Society C1st YearD -
HOSA - 73
Junior Executive Council -
47, 226, 227
Mat Mates - 66, 244, 245
NFL - 60, 250
OEA - 35
Palantir - 62, 216, 217
Rodeo - 172-175
Senior Executive Council -
94, 224, 225
Council - 46, 228, 229
Soccer CVD - 102, 144, 145
Soccer CJVD - 103, 146. 147
Spanish Club - 49
Spirit Club - 52, 242, 243
Student Council - 95,
Swimming - 42, 136-137
Tennis CVD - 44, 152-155
Tennis CJVD - 45, 152-155
TFL - 61, 250
Thespians - 73, 294-297
Boy's Track - 40, 164-167
Girl's Track - 41, 164-167
Triune - 63, 218, 219
Trotters - 79, 248
Troy-Anns - 53, 246, 247
VICA - 34
Voct - 126-129
Volleyball - 64, 65, 126-129
Wrestling - 80, 140-143
YCW - 33, 256, 257
Young Life - 39, 254, 255
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