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tBeIovvl The use of growing technology continues at l-lill City.
We Keep Growing
We have tried to make 1984's elementaryfjunior high
yearbook both interesting and informative. At the same
time, vve wanted something nevv and different.
As you have seen, vve moved all of our informative print
forthe classes onto a fevv pages, rather than putting the
print on each page
The staff vvould like to thank Randy Whyte tor his art
work and Mr. Halter for the information vve included in
our book. We thank all the teachers tor their coopera-
We really are excited about our book. We hope that you
enjoy reading it as much as vve enjoyed producing it.
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7th Grade Boys
Mr. Galen Britain coached the seventh grade boys' first
year of basketball and was very pleased with the out-
come. Many ofthe boys were already very talented and
skilled in handling a basketball. Coach Britain said the
boys showed a lot of enthusiasm for next year. The
boys finished their season with a 6-9 record.
tBack Rowj Coach Britain, S. M. Shane Walsh, Ron Alcott, Keith
Austin, S. M. John Anderson. tMiddle Rowi Rick Sampson, Paul
Denke, Matt Henderson, E. J. Roselles, Tracy Shuck, tFront Rowi
David Patterson, Gary Lytle, Eric Walker, Bart Samuelson, Mike John-
son, and Danny Maxfield.
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7th Grade Girls
Even though finishing with a 2-11 record, the seventh
grade girls basketball team had a certain spark
throughout the season. For their first year in basketball,
the girls learned many skills such as, dribbling, passing,
and shooting. Their coach was Mr. Brian Boyer.
iTop Rowi Coach Boyer, Teresa Weisenberg, Cyd Alexander, Jacque
Cranston, Alisa Tesch, and Tracey Coe. tlfront Rowl Angela Crisman,
Suzy Tully, Danita Harn, Veronica Prautzsch, Lori Novak, and Sandy
8th Grade Boys
Eighth grade boys, coached by Mr. Brian Boyer had a
losing season also, but had fun competing against the
other schools. The boys finished their season winning 3
games and losing 11. This was Mr. Boyer's first year of
coaching at Hill City, but he seemed to enjoy the boys.
"They were very spunkyf'
tTop Rowi Coach Boyer, Rodger Karl, Dale Crisman, Shane Schriner,
Jason Olson. fMiddIe Rowi Rob Hotchkiss, Tom Tesch, Danny Nelin,
Curtis Koepell, Greg Lee, John Voshal. tlfront Rowl John Kellsy, Todd
George, Randy Phariss, Brett Peterson, Aaron Patterson.
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8th Grade Girls
The eighth grade girls basketball team, coached by Mr.
Gerald Erickson showed a lot of improvement this sea-
son. They finished with a 4-9 record but won their last
game of the season, which should keep up their enthu-
siasm for next year.
tTop Rowj Lisa Shay, Lori Allgier, Sammy Simmons, Pam Murphy,
and Coach Erickson. tMiddIe Rowi Karie Barney, Steph Novy, Tamela
Crisman, Kris Peterson, Steph Moke, Patti Nordmark, flfront Rowi
Darci Weiderhold, Kristi Anderson, Shana Shrank, Debbie Weider-
hold, and Heidi Peterson.
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