Mustang High School - Remuda Yearbook (Mustang, OK)
- Class of 1982
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MUSTANG SCI-ICDGL SCHOOL
The year of 1981-82 was very much a "fad" year. and
Mustang. by no means was going to be left behind. The
main thing that swept through Mustang High School was
the Western "Boom," The "Boom" hit with full force
sometime at mid-year and hardly a person was seen
without a pair of boots and some Levi's on. There were
cowboy hats. Willie Nelson jeans, Gilley's T-shirts, and
Kenny Rogers' concerts. Not everyone, however.
jumped on the "bandwagon," but all in all, everyone was
"just a little bit country" at Mustang High School.
1. The Future Homemakers of America study quite hard. 2. The 1981
Football Queen Mary Garrett and her Court: Brenda Terrett and Jamie
Sanders. 3, Mike Bowling plays "Klinger" on M"A'S'Hw day. 4. Terri
Triplett. Julie Wilson. Kari Teeples and Dana Smith show how much
they support the Broncos by attending the football games. 5. The
Mustang High School Speech Department presented one of two plays
they were doing for the High School and parents.
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1. Dawn Fischer climbs the spirit ladder at a
Bronco pep assembly against El Reno. This
was one of many assemblies held during the
year to boost the Broncos, 2. The Broncos
get ready for a Friday night football game.
By pulling together the Broncos hope to make
it to the second round of the State Playoffs.
3. Coach Mike Blevins hands the Mustang
spirit stick to an unidentified person at another
Bronco pep assembly. Coach Blevins always
managed to ease the tension at the pep
Youth In Motion
Hearts Full of Pride
1, Donna Sheppard and Jamie Sanders try to keep warm at a Bronco
football game. 2. Jim Bill Forbes sings a solo forthe High School Jazz
Choir. 3. The High School Yearbook class tries to meet all thei
deadlines. 4-. Mark Monroe gels ready to kick for the Broncos.
As you can tell the pressure is on.
We're All Just Une Cf The Crowd
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1.Stage Band performs for students. 2. Cheerleaders get fired
up. 3. Students pick up yearbooks. 4. The musical was pref
sented in December. 5. T. Allen and T. Stone play pacman.
6, R. Goins at bat.
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1. D. Andrews looks so busy. 2 Fans yell for ' .f
the Broncos, 3. Queen Dawn Fischer. 4. The
Masked Avenger. 5. End it for the Indians. 6.
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1, R. Boord doesnt know what to do. 2. K.
Carpenter cheers at a pep assembly. 3. K,
Teeple 5 shows off her smile at a football game.
4. J. l . Forbes displays his talent of singing.
Juniors Work On Prom Plans
Participating in M'A'S'H day
is Radar, alias Angie Franks.
Sylvia Stamp and Marian Jen'
son are shown here breaking
the rules by public display of af-
Forbes, Jim Bill
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1. Kim Taylor and Jim Bill Forbes performing
at homecoming. 2. Junior Power. 3. Rick
takes time from History to show a lil' affection
for Connie. 4. Wade giving you the debonair
look of today. 5. Jeff seems as though he
found an easy way to escape the routine of
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1 Kari Teeples and Lessa Patzack work hard in Mr
Seiberts class. 2. Dawn Hartnett Pam Marvin and
Nancy Blickensderfer listen to Mrs Allen in Account
mg 3 Troy Chestnut and Eddie Wilmoth at a F B L A
Class of '88 Learns Traditions at MHS
The junior class worked this past year having their
sights set on a prom ahead in the spring. They knew how
hard they would have to work to have a successful prom.
The class realized it would take the whole class of '83
working together to make this prom the best ever.
They started the year off with the annual magazine
sales. Terri Ross was the top seller. In October they sold
candy. In December, they tried something that nobody
had ever sold before, litter baskets. These litter baskets
could have either your favorite N.F.L. team or The
Mustang Broncos on them. The junior class .officers for
the 1981-1982 school year were: president, Cecil Wolf,
vice-president, Jerry Ralls, secretary, Morgan Owens,
and treasurer, Sylvia Stamp.
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Freedom Came When They
Learned to Drive
' Class officers
:vice-pres. A. Atchins Jn, Ms, Harper, pres. S. Box. sec. C. Baker and treas.
Scott Bowen and Richard Owens have fun goofing
' off in Woodshop.
J. Bokari, D. Davis, T. Woodruff, D. Posey, R. Brady, and D. Reed are all ready for another day at school and at football practice
Sophomores Danny Davis and Robert Sellers have a lot of fun in their
personal typing class.
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Jenifer Brixey cheers the Broncos.
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Posey does the same for the football team
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pus to his class.
Porter, Lou Ann
The Sophomore class had a
great year. They raised
351,122.25 selling candyg
3264.75 selling T-shirts. They
sent out Christmas baskets, and
collected aluminum cans. The
officers were: Stephen Box,
pres., Angie Atchison, vice-
pres., Terri Triplett, treas. and
Cindy Baker, sec.
1. Michelle Dykes tries to make it to class on time. 2
Lance Hutson tries to show off for the camera.
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1. Susie Jones carries a garbage can to Wood!
shop, 2. Angie Atchison and Stephen Box led
the class. 3. Terri Triplett studies hard in
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she is stumped by a question.
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Freshmen Adapt To A New Environment,
Try New Experiences, Explore New Areas
Cheerleaders show their spirit!
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Freshmen Wade ihrough
First Year at MHS
T. Anderson shows us how to do it
Does R. Walker see something
Spirit Runs High In Lowest Class
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Girls attend outdoor assembly
Little Wranglers Get A Hold On Things
T. Dean and J. Mitchell work hard trying not to drop
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they can join ancl ball games they can attend to make
it a more exciting year
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1. Mrs, Hamm convinces her class that biology is fun.
2. J. Kudron says, "Trust me, will ya?"
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The freshmen class had an exciting year, They experienced the ups and
downs of their first year in high school and made it through with a lot of
memories to look back on. They participated in fund raising projects,
already saving for their prom. They were also involved in the king and
queen of hearts competition. The class officers were: Pres. D.
Sweeney, Vice Pres. D. Moore, and Sec,!Treas. K. Roddy. These
three people represented the 280 students enrolled as freshmen.
Van Tuyle, Jeff
After hours of long hard work
that brought about many
changes and accomplishments,
Kim, Donald and Debbie take a
B- F-Rowley ' Wesley Moore
5UP9Iim9ndeUf Assistant Superintendent
Maxine Mooris Bill Farris
George Hall Chester Weems
Member Administrative Assistant
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1. Chester Weems, Administration
Assistant 81 Drivers Transportation.
2. J. W. Fish, Director of Mainte-
nance. 4. Fred Bumbles is the
Mailman. 5. Betty Hale is Mr.
Rowley's Secretary. 6. Theyva
Drewery, School Treasurer. 7.
Willa Mae Rowley, Financial Aid.
8. Pat Doan, Secretaries of Food
Services. 9. Marge Priest, Director
of Food Servces. 10. Nita Chest'
nut, Receptionist. 11. Cleona Ol
termann, Secretary of Administra
Hallelujah, What A Team!
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Asst. Principal Secretary 59C1'2Yary Secretary Secretary Financial Secretary Principal Vice Principal
1. Mrs. Williams seldom has time to look up from her
typewriter. 2, Mrs. Porter always has time for a smile. 2
3. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hartnett are hard at work. 4.
Mr. Middaugh learns more about Helicopters from
the Ft. Sill Army Sgt. 5. Mr. Van Pool monitors the M5
halls during classes. 6. Mrs. Easterling is keeping the
school healthy. 7. Mr. Pigg and Mr. Walker are think-
ing it over. 8. Mr. Croisant is doing his paper work
after doing parking lot duty.
Not pictured Don Walker, Asst. Principal.
Foursorne Leads-Sec., Keep Offices Efficient
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Accounting I BL II
Algebra I 8: Il
Comp. l!Lit. I
English l!Adv, Grammar
French I, ll, III, IV
Spanish I, II, III, IV
Accounting I!Typing I
Bus, Org, Mg,
Bus. Law!Bus Eng
Gen. Bus.!Bus Mach
Algebra I, Il
Comp ll!Lit. Il
Home Ec. ll, IV
Gen, Bus !Bus
Am. Hist.!Am. Gov.
Home Ec. I
Am, Hist.!Am. Gov
Wood Working I. Il. ll .
Drafting I, ll, III
Chemistry I. II
American Lit,!Eng. Ill
Comp I!Lit, I
English IIl!Amer. Lit
1. Mrs. Allen, 2. Mrs. Harper, Mr. Hipp keep busy and keep their students busy too.
Algebra l!Comp. Math
Art I, ll, III, IV
Home Economics I, III
Drivers Ed,!Girls BB
Comp. l!Lit. I
Physical Ed l, ll
Comp. II!Lit, ll
Journalism I. ll
9th Girls BB
Comp. llfLit, II
Biology I. ll
Ruth Ann Peterson
l. Lunch crew getting ready for
noon rush. 2. Cleaning up after
a long day. 3. Teamwork helps
in preparing such a big lunch. 4.
One of the cafeteria workers
fixes a delicious dessert. Hav-
ing fun is what it is all about. 6.
Custodians take a break before
the hard work begins.
46 Cafeteria X Custodians
l'English Airft Always Readin' an Wr1t1n"
1. lt's no fun rewriting reports as D. Moore
finds out. 2. Senior's work hard. 3. K. Hut-
chcroft and K. Meyer do the tango. 4. Mr.
Sine prepares his lesson, 5. K. Hutchcroft
tries to persuade K, Meyer. 6. Mrs. Alberts
explains what to put in an essay.
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1. Mrs. Fleming tries to get her class' attention. 2. A. Franks, S.
Thomas, and M. Jenson work on assignments. 3. Mrs. Alberts
tries to convince us she's right. 4. Mrs. Harper's sophomore class
does a group project. 5. N. Roark, D. Bird and N. Decker read
Huck Finn. 6. Juniors take time out to read.
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Journalists Write Headlines, Get Bylines and Meet
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1. J. Rankin and L. Worthy work intently to meet the deadline
for their news stories. 2. Coach Carpenter not only shows his
talent on the football field, but his intelligence in the classroom.
3. Mrs. Caplan shares a bit ot her knowledge by explaining the
basic techniques ol yearbook to T. Stone. 4. T, Ross and L.
Porter continuously work on yearbook pages, while L. Cog,
takes a break for Christmas decorating.
50 Psychology! J ournalism
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Practice Makes Perfect
1. Kathy, Brett, Wade, and Micki make an individual assignment
a group project. 2. French l is a complicated subject to some
students. Mrs, Cochran takes time to explain, 3. Espanol
students take a break from their classwork to say, "Como Esta
Ustedl' lHow are you?l 4. Mr. McAntire's 5th hour Jr. History
class works hard while Sylvia takes TIME OUT for a picture. 5.
Mrs. Legako, the Sr. History and Goverment teacher, lectures to
Foreign LanguagefHistory 51
The school year started with many Math and
Science classes being held in a new addition to our
campus, the East Wing. During the week of inser-
vice, the teachers began the moving process. They
moved all their equipment and supplies into the
new classrooms, along with the new supplies.
There was a new room for each of the teachers,
with Mr. Armstrong teaching Calculus l and ll,
Trigonometry and Algebra I and llg Mr. Hale
teaching Geometry, Composite Math, and Algebra
l and ll and Mr. Shipman teaching Algebra,
Geometry and Physics l and Il. Mr. Peak joined the
staff this year to teach Composite Math as well as
Biology. There was also a new computer room in
the new wing, along with the new science facilities.
The change was very different, especially for the
long-termed teachers, but they all admitted it was a
very nice change.
1. Kevin Kopp wishes he'd stayed home another day, while
making up a test. 2. Mr. Shipman tries to teach his Physics class
the i'Theory of the Blackboard."
3, Mr. Armstrong seems to give up hope for Kay Holliday and
the rest of his Algebra ll class,
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The new science facilities were a
great improvement this year.
There was a new Chemistry Lab
for Mr. Miller and his Chemistry l
and ll classes, and each of the
other Science and Biology classes.
Ms. Lacy taught Biology as well as
another new addition to the facul-
ty, Mrs. Hamm. Ms. Hayes taught
General Science, and Mr. Water-
bury taught Biology l and ll, as
well as helping with instructing
students on the new computers.
The new wing and new facilities
became a very big help to the
education of the students in the
Math and Science departments.
1. The camera seems to be the only one
paying attention to Mr. Waterbury during
his Biology l class.
2. Mrs. Wolfe looks frustrated while
substituting for Mrs. Hamm.
4. Mrs. Hamm laughing along with her
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Vo-Ag Offers Many Learning Activities
1. Ken Carpenter receives an award. Standing beside him is Brandon Mit-
chell and FFA Queen Rhonda Young. 2. Vo-Ag Pride is shown by wearing
the Vo-Ag jacket. 3. Mr. Stan Allen watches his students receive their
awards. 4. Students in Vo-Ag work hard in trying to make a headache rack
for their pick-ups before school is let out. f
Mrs. Waterbury tries to help
C. Moore with his work, but
Chuck cloesn't seem too
serious about it. 2. Sr. D.
Raper does not let a band-
aged arm stop him from do-
ing his work. 3. K. Wallace
is absorbed in his book. 4. T.
Layton finishes her work. 5.
B. Dysinger looks for help in
the index. 6. K. Cagle uses
her tutorial lab time as an
aide to catch up on her Can-
Don't Give Up, Keep Trying
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Actions Spoke Louder Than Words
1. Students find the reference file in the library very useful in finding
material. 2. Beverly Cleveland aids another student in checking out a
book. 3. Dean Kolar wonders around the library. 4. Speech students
take a break after play rehearsal. 5. Renee Perminter and David Welch
practice their speech duet.
56 Library and Drama
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1. Bob Denison goes over corporate duties with a board member. 2,
Typing I students practice hard on their skill. 3. Scott Nunn trying to
look like he is busy in General Business. 4. Accounting I students work
hard to make sure their books balance. 5. C. Deupree trys typing with
his eyes closed.
1. and 2. The talent of art students is displayed inside of the
room and out. 3. Miss Wilson explains the assignment of the day
to one of her students, 4, M. Andrews works calmly on a gar-
ment that is overdue. 5. The newly finished kitchens await the
use of the Home Economics students. 6. D. Stevens is shown
laying the pattern pieces on her material. 7. A. Ball seems to
have a different opinion of the film than Mrs. Wood.
Home Economics Is A Work Cf Art
58 Home Ec.!Art
Just An Inch Away From Success
1. J. King does his work behind bars, 2. The Communication students dig up
ground before driving the stakes. 3. ls Woodshop hardat work or just pretenf
ding? 4. I.. Van Tyle and R. Horton tell confused J. Barks the right way to sand
wood. 5. M. Meledeo doesn't like his picture to be taken. 6. R. Young listens
carefully to a lecture. 7. T, Bivens is preoccupied while D. Kropfinger gives him
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Industrial Arts 59
Over last summer 12 new simulators were
installed in a classroom here at Mustang.
Simulators are mock models of the driver's
seat of a car, including all of the controls
used in driving. The simulators cost ap-
proximately S35,000, and should last 5 to
10 years. I'm sure the driver's education
teachers enjoy the simulators, because they
are both a physically and mentally safe way
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practice their crash positions. 31 What is Mr. Pigg
looking at? 41 Another one of Mr. Morgan's lectures.
51 P. E. class plays football. 61 Kelly Cook has the
volleyball in her hands now. 71 P. E. class relaxes
from a hard game of football.
Doe-Si-Doe Into Music
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companiment to the Jazz Reflections.
1. Mr. Jamison and the
trumpet section perform in
a special musical program.
2. A sax solo is played by
James Riley. 3. Drummer
Larry lVlcNutt accompanies
the Jazz Choirs, 4. Rhonda
Spears, a member of the
Jazz Reflections, takes her
tum in the spotlight.
6. The top choir group is the Jazz Reflections. Here they perform before the stu-
dent body. 7. As with anything, Practice Makes Perfect.
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Morning Vo-Tech: Front Row: D. Akers, K. Teeples, D. Lankford, D. Pebworth, K. Stubbs, J. Snethen, B. Chavez. Second Row: V. Jones, W.
Amos, T. Bennett, M. Jones, D. Robinson, T. Banks, D. Gibson, L. Patzack. Third Row: G. Weidemann, T. Brooks, T. Reed, R. Allen, D. Sowle, D.
Guenera, L. Newcomb, R. Pickett, R. Davidson, B. Graves. Fourth Row: J. Lindsey, T. Endsley, J. Revel, J. McDaniels, J. Hopper, M. Mclvlillian, K.
Sloan, R. Dalrymple. Back Row: K. Olsen, R. Shultz, P. Vernon, A. Meinke, K. Carpenter, C. Warner, K. Walker, M. Liberton, G. Harper.
Many Students Choose Vo-Tech
Many students who at-
tend Mustang High
School also attend
Canadian Valley Vo-
Tech to further their
education and skills in
the business world.
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Afternoon Vo-Tech: Front Row: T. Messer, S. Francis, B. Williams, C. Heacock, D. Malonv, C. Moore, W. Duncan, R. Boyer, R. Derosa, B. Huff-
man, D. Harrison, R. Gurly. Second Row: L. Shumard, H. Burkhalter, G. Hicks, J. Pace, G. Pace, L. McArty, K. James, G. Seagroves, J. Todd, M.
Dujardin, S. Fore, Mr. Spencer. Third Row: T. Dysinger, C. Gooch, K. Pheras, G. Kimball, R. McMillan, J. Keller, D. Phares, V. Bucher, J. Cowans.
Fourth Row: T. Ramey, L. Lane, J. Bowden, W. Gregg, R. Johnson, M. Brooks, D. Jackson, C. Hargis, C. West, R. Britt, M. Cashman, G. Pavlik.
Back Row: M. Swartz, L. Vantile, R. Lacy, J. Patton, C. Mahhews, B.. McMillian, L. Morton, M. Bledsoe, N. Decker, D. Gabbert, V. Stratman.
To Receiving Training And Experience
After three long hours
of hard work, every-
one deserves a break.
Dedication To A Career - Vo Tech Students
Know Practice Makes Perfect
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pipe, beginning a project.
Approximately 155 students
attend Canadian Valley
Vo-Tech in El Reno. They
offer 25 different courses,
1. Scott Wallace takes care
of the watering and the
landscape. 2. Clint Hargis
and his instructor seem in-
tent upon their work.
3. James Cowns needs
another hand to take care
of all his materials. 6. Su-
san Francis is absorbed in
Cl b 65
Yearbook Staffi D. Akers, T. Allen, L. Briscoe, J. Brixey, L. Cox, P. Doyle, D. Kennedy, H. Meeks, L. Porter, T. Stone, T. Reynolds, T
Ross, L. Worthy. Photographers: K. Lewis, K. Hutmacher. Editors: K. Shaw, T. Williams, A. Franks.
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Newspaper Staff: Karen Garrison, Karla Kimmel, Danny Lathey, Julie March, Donna Whetstorie, Dana
Duncan LaDonna Cox. Photographers: Tim Burnett, Kevin Lewis, Buck Moore, Scott Heron. Editors:
Lori Worthy, John Rankin.
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A decision to make. That's the
way each new year is started off in
the Yearbook class. A decision for
a theme. There has to be one
that's just right, one that's special
for this year, and one that the
whole class agrees on. Finally, the
theme is though of . . . "Just A
Little Bit Country," and the work
begins. At Christmas the Staff
joins with Newspaper to put on an
appreciation luncheon for the
teachers. The editors of the
Newspaper assign stories to their
staff each Monday and it's their
job to get the stories finished and
ready to go by Friday. Their
stories are then put together to
make up the BRONCO SCENE.
Journalism II 67
Marching Through Dklahoma
The ,band participated in the l
football run through this year. l
Their sign was highly liked by
Front Row: D. Vaughn, S. Eslick, S. Bowen, M. Nelson, C. Melton, J. Riley, M. Nelson, M. Bowling, fDrum Majori, L. McNutt, E
Linfoot, G. l-laynes, M. Wockman, R. Owens, K. Flynn, D. Fox. Row 2: K. McCullough, B.'Miller, D. Schoves, A. Stutler, M. Harames, L
Henson, C. Aidens, B. Lemsford, J. Chatham, D. Bruton, R. Brooks, J. Cleven, G. Roberts, G. Johnston, D. Roddy, D. Owens, D. Price
Row 3: T. Sims, R. Sample, S. Laurent, D. Lasswall, S. Hood, K. Lathey, S. Oliver, L. Edwards, R. Sapp, M. Moore, S. Laurent, C
Hapke, R. Brooks, S. Stutler, T. Herdson, K. McCullough, C. Baker, M. Beda. Back Row: C. Adams, S. Ballher, S. Franklin, P
McCarthey, A. Shall, C. Olterman, S. McCool, W. Yerby, D. Megehee, R. McCarthy, M. Keig, S. Ely, B. Brus, L. Betterton, V
Bransetter, K. Drumtra, A. Simpson, A. Jones.
68 Concert and Marching Band
Flags and Rifles: K. McCullough, S. Boehler, K. McCullough, T. Sims, D. Roddy, D. Price, T. Samples, C.
Adams, A. Jones, A. Simpson. Row 2: K. Drumtra, V. Bransetter, S. Franklin, P. McCArthy, A. Sholl, l..
Betterton, M. Beda.
Flag Corp and Rifles 69
Stage Band, Front Row: J. Riley, S. Eslick, S. Bowen, W. Yearly, L. Edwards, S. Hook. Row 2: R. Shade, R. Sapp, M. Bowling, B. Brus
R. McCarthy. Back Row: F. Paulson, R. Owen, D. Megehee, D. Lasswell, D. Schones. Percussion: R. Middaugh, C. Baker, E. Linfoot, L
lVlcNutt. Not Pictured: E. Wilmouth.
1. Mike Bowling and Mike Brus enjoy performing in front of the student body. 3. Stage band in concert.
2. R. Owen giving it all he has. 4. Larry McNutt on the drums. 5. Eric Linfoot and James Riley playing to
the best of their ability on the electric guitar and saxaphone. 6. Flag corp is ready and waiting to go on to
70 Stage Band
Musical Abilities Are Developed By Choruses
Front Row: Lori Michel, Cindy Autrey, Pam Olson, Stephanie Cammack, Pippa Maddox, Mike Wicker, Carl Gausman, Mia Maddox,
Lynn Krouch, Barbara Haggy, Cathy Williams, Joyce Pollock. Row 2: Jill Phillips, Teresa Anderson, Julie Wells, Liz Ennis, Donnie
Riechel, Lloyd Reed, Tia Maddox, Susan Harwell, Mindy Taylor. Row 3: Sherry Humphryville, Myra Wake, Tamara Angevine, Angie
Hales, Michelle Denton, Ronnie Douglas, Chuck Davenport, Dawn Martin, Chrissy McCutchan, Teresa Mock, Angie Boling, Denise
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Mixed Choir was mainly composed of freshmen and
sophomores. There was no auditioning for the class. lt
was open to any student wanting to enroll in the class.
Mixed Choir was held first hour.
They attended Tri State in Enid in May with the other
choirs from Mustang. They received 2's for their perfor-
mances. They also took part in the musical Guys and
Dolls. 1, Scene from the musical features T. Boatmun,
D. Copeland, D. Stephens, R. Gerretson, L. Reed, T.
Barclay and C. Daven, potr. 2. The Hot Box Girls were
the highlight of the musical.
Mixed choir 71
Front Row: A. Horton, K. Canfield, L. Metheny, D. Copeland, D. Stevens, C. Coy, R. Spears, K. Taylor, M. Roundtree, M. Andrews
C. Albers, J. Forbes, S. Winders, W. Hawkins, R. Garrettson, K. Warner, L. Simpson, K. Ploch. Back Row: D. Andrews, M. Bush, D
Dupler, T. Barclay, D. Maddox, J. Ralls, B. Moore, L. McMahill, D. Cusick, C. Malicott.
72 Concert choir
This year the choirs went to many contests, such
as the Cordell Festival on November 14, and the
Alva Contest on March 30 and 31. They were host
for the Mustang Invitational Jazz Festival, April
23-24. The year of contests was ended with the Tri-
State Music Festival, May 1-4.
They had many fund-raising projects, such as
selling candy, popcorn, candy canisters, merri-
bells, Christmas ornaments and all-purpose
1. Choir members performed in
musical. 2. The cast of Guys and
Dolls. 3. B. Moore and R. Spears
sing a duet.
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Jazz Choir Takes It To The Top
Front Row: Marky Rountree, Michelia Andrews, Larry McNutt, Debbie Andrews, Tim Boatmun, Denise Cusick, Randy Garretson,
Leslie Simpson, Buck Moore, Celesta George, David Maddox, Mary Bush, Erick Linfoot, Kim Taylor. Back Row: Lisa Metheny, David
Stevens, Katy Warner, Stuart Lankford, Karla Ploch, Chip Coy, Rhonda Spears, David Copeland, Kathy Canfield.
This year was once again an outstanding year for
Ml-lSls Jazz Reflection. The year was kicked off with a
performance at open house, and then a concert in which
they joined with the band to give the student body some
enjoyment and to give themselves a tast of what it was
like to be performing for an audience. During the months
of November and December the choir kind of laid back in
order to prepare for the annual musical. This year "Guys
and Dolls" was selected and presented. Then as contest
1. Jim Bill Forbes shows off one of his many talents. 2. The jazz
choir performs for the school in an allfschool assembly.
season began, the choir really got to work. They attended
the Northeast Jazz Festival, where they made straight 1's.
Then they traveled to Talequah, They had never per-
formed in this part of the country before and they made
1's. To finish the year the choir traveled to Enid for Tri-
State and once again pulled through with straight 1's.
"Next year will be even better," said Susan Vaughn,
Jazz choir 73
Ten young ladies had a belief in their school. They
were firm believers in most every activity. These ladies
were the varsity cheerleaders. They decided to make.
their week at camp a little more exciting. To do this they
attended Southern Methodist University Cheerleading
Camp in Dallas, Texas. This camp was the largest ever
attended by the girls and gave them quite a scare at first.
Overcoming their fears, they brought home four superior
ribbons and a spirit stick. The girls worked together all
summer to pay for their new uniforms and other activi-
ties. They raised money by holding bake sales, working
a concession stand at the Fairgrounds Speedway, and a
fireworks stand. The cheerleaders participated in a com-
petition at Quail Springs Mall and were on "The Scene"
a television show on Channel 25.
The average cost per girl for her uniforms, equipment
and odtls and ends is approximately S500 tif there were
no money raising projectsi. During the summertime they
practiced about eight hours a week in the mornings and
spent quite a few hours more working on money raising
projects and giving drinks to the football players during
two-a-days. The girls practice between one and two
hours a week, besides the time cheering at games, plann-
ing pep assemblies and cheers for the games. So you see,
there is more to being a cheerleader than just those few
hours they are seen at the game.
Sponsors: J. Bergland, S. Patredis lfar rightl Cheerleaders: Seniors-Laura Hindman, Dolores Cooper, Brenda Terret.
Juniors-Micki Edwards, Cheryl Snead, Angie Franks, Karen Carpenter. Sophomores-Holly Meeks, Shannon Stringer, Fran
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Bursting With Pride
T-his year's Freshman
cheerleaders showed lots of
school spirit. They have a very
busy. schedule to keep up with.
They cheer for all freshman sports
and also the J.V. teams.
The cheerleaders spend part of
their summer at a cheerleading
camp in Tulsa. They received a
superior ribbon and a spirit stick
every day. They also paged at the
Capitol and held bake sales to
raise money to pay for their
uniforms and camp.
76 Freshman Cheerleaders
Freshmen Cheerleaders top to bottom: Tracy Arms Terri Lane Dede Wadja Laurie
Lukazek, Debbie Moore, and Tia Morgan
Spirit Reaches Crowd Through Bronco Bunch
Pep Club Members: Brenda Terrett, Delores Cooper, Laura Hindman, Cheryl Snead, Micki Edwards, Karen Carpenter, Angie Franks,
Holly Meeks, Fran Ikerd, Shannon Stringer, Smanatha Groh, Johnna Elliott, Staci Campbell, LaDonna Cox, Karen Shaw, Louise
Waldron, Penny McCullough, Julie Wilson, Michelle Riddle, Jill Kudron, Laurie Lukasezek, Julie Smith, Donna Thompson, Lynn Krouch,
Korena Trevino, Terri Triplett, Dana Smith, Teresa Harrell, Maxine Nelson, Susan Worley, LeeAnn Harrison, Sandra Easley, Kristi Ken-
nedy, Debbie Moore, Kari Kimmel, Dawna Maloney, Marian Jenson, Barbie Hadlock, Tina Kline, Denise Hensley, Julie Wells, Tammy
Henry, Renata Cherry, Tracy Holly, Dedria Price, Chris Mandrell, Christina Chambers, Teresa Anderson, Kelli Peach, Donna Butler, Pen-
ny Polasek, Soo Lee, Christi McLaughlin, Kristine Conway, Angie Ball, Susan Howell, Jennifer Ricketts, Cindy Autrey, Jyna Boyce, Sunni
Nichols, Joyce Pollock.
Pam Reynolds, and LeeAnn Harrison show their bronco spirit. Buneh Cheers lo'-ld at Pep assembly,
Bronco Bunch 77
Student Council Sets Goals of Leadership
Front Row: Kevin Hutchcroft, President, Brad Price, Vice-President, Row Two: Sheila McCain, Mike Mullins, Donna Holliday, Todd
Bacon, Debbie Moore, Wendy Lavell, Kristi Kennedy, Row Three: Bobby Denison, Pam Doyle, Kim Meyer, Tim Cox, Kelly Peach, Steve
Leiber, LeAnn Behrens. Back Row: Tammy Smith, Pam Reynolds, Conrad Caldwell, Jay Patton, Loren Lutz, Dennis George, Richard
Weathers, Donna Stewart.
1, Intramural Volleyball plays an important part in all first hour classes.
2. Ken Carpenter passes the ball over the net as his fellow classmates
78 Student Council
FBLA c'Explores Roles-Extends Goals"
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Front Row: Lynnette Elliott, Kim Elliott, Kristy Kennedy, Louise Waldron, Denise Kennedy, Connie MacWatter, Historian, Buck Moore,
Reporter, Donna Whetstone, Vice-President, Mark Bowling, President, Dana Duncan, Secretary, Kenneth Huntmaker, Treasurer, Marian
Jensen, Pam Marvin. Darla Rowe, Rachel McElroy. Row Two: Denise Cusick, Jennifer Brixey, Teri Triplett, Todd Bacon, Tuesdae Allen,
Vonda Howie, Gina Jackson, Wendy Hill, Donnet Claypool, Melinda Eddings, Kyndel Shaw, Annette Talley, Jamie Sandrs, Dawn Black,
Fara Workman, Deann Matthews, Robbin Hall, Suzette Pederson, Kim Kekalos. Row Three: Sharon Hunt, sponsor, Debbie Boatman,
Michelle Dyles, Rhonda Spears, Kim Taylor, Felisa McMahan, Jeff Shane, Rhonda Blair, Jeannette Wiliams, Melinda McDonald, Sandy
Kirth, Cindy Garrett, Mary Garrett, Donna Holliday, Toni Reynolds, Phyllis Reis, Chance Deupree, Karen Fairchild, sponsor. Row Four:
Pat Flanagan, sponsor, Chisholm Deupree, Terri Ross, Daleen Dupler, Susan Worley, Rodney Henshaw, Carry West, Pam Doyle, Richie
Brady, Leslie Simpson, Tandy Stone, Debbie Andrews, Tanya Hilburn, Shawna Stringer, Sandy Jones, Dona Shorter, Fran lkerd, LaDon-
na Cox. Back Row: John Hall, Chuck McNeil, Lee Weatherford, Bob Denison, Michael Denton, David Maddox, Darren Linden, Dennis
George, Karen Cleveland, Scott Webb, Jill Ball, Dawn Fischer, Terri Williams, Kim Walder, Shelley Bennett,.Stacia Thomas, Tanya Ellis.
D. Whetstone and W. Hill enjoy riding the
race car at Crystals for F.B,L.A, Party.
During the year FBLA had many activities such as a Halloween party, two candy
ff :,A sales, a skating party, and a Valentines party. The club also raised money for a
children's home. This is the first time FBLA has done a project for charity.
' At the State Convention, Connie MacWatters ran for State Vice-President and
' won the election. Connie went to the National Convention during the summer.
" I Other winners in the state competitions were, Kyndel Shaw-5th place, Typing 1,
Fischer and Phyllis Reis took 7th place in their event.
Donna Holliday-8th place, Miss FBLA, Wendy Hill-10th place, Office Procedures,
Leslie Simpson-4th place, Business Law, Darren Linden-4th place, Job lnterview,
Kristy Kennedy and Chance Deupree-7th place, Poster Event, and the Parliamen-
tary Procedure team, which consists of Mike Mullins, Mike Denton, Jill Ball, Dawn
Front Row: Kristin Bennett, Stacy McCool, Toni Dean, Karen Cagle, Karen Garrison, Kyla Andress, Andrea Horton. Standing, Row 2:
Tracie Holly, Suzi Martin, Kristine Conway, Melissa Beda, Susan Harwell, Denise Hensley, Gyna Boyer, Christi McLaughlin. Row 3: Jill
Phillips, Rhonda Angevine, Shelly Walker, Debbie Armstrong, Chrissy McCutchan, Angela Kirk, Liz Ennis, Tisha Boyett. Back Row: Janet
Mitchell, Steve Brake, Julie Helmka, Dana Romez, Tammy Henry, Jo Ella Reese, Lisa Norton, Jo Ann Snethen .
Officers for FHA this year were: Kristine Bennett, reporter, Stacy
McCool, Co-ed and Teen Time Correspondentg Toni Dean,
historian, Karen Cagel, v-president, Kyla Andrews, treasurer,
Andrea Horton, secretary. 2. Members enjoy themselves at
FHA party. 3. Mrs. Hodges and Mrs. Wood serve the girls. 4.
Toni Dean and Stacy McCool clown around. 5. Donna Stewart
downs a hotdog.
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French Club Members: Seated: Debbie Moore, Melodee Elliott, Kelly Stuecher, Suzy Ely, Anne Mayes, Kelly Lindsey, Marky
Rountree. Standing against wall: Noreen Cochran tsponsorl, Lian Crank, Deniss' George, Vonda Howie, Rick Ely, Lisa
Lavelle, Krista Lafollette, Allen Hood, Leland Cannon, Jill Spear, Mike Schwartz, John Walters, Cecil Wolf. Sitting on wall:
Susan Worley, Stacy Boehler, Johnny Chatham, Terrie Pyle, Cindi Key, Leslie Granger, Susie Jones, Donald Neeley. Standing ,
on wall: Johnna Elliott, Korena Trevino, Shantel Strain, Tohnia Singleton, Kim Roddy, Kristy Kennedy, Tina Kline.
Foreign Cultures But
r Like Hot Dogs Best
Spanish Club Members, Front Row: Karen Cleveland, Amy Gustafson, Becky Green, Glenn Bobo, Richard Ruiz-Reporter,
Donna Holiday-Treasurer, Tami Hadlock-Secretary, Glen Fields-President, Shawn O'Brien, Scott Stutler, Bryan Sachs, Marti
Billings. Row 2: Petra Harrell, Jutta Harrell, Gayla Abbott, Tim Barclay, Terry Halbert, Sandie Ott, Tim Boatmun, Lori Michel,
Gary Green, Anita Clanton, Chris Cargill, Dayna Eniz, Denise Hapgood, Barbara Haggy, Kathy Hinkle. Row 3: Debie Pyle,
Shawnda Catlett, Tammy Green, Cindy Garrett, Tracy Everett. Back Row: Greg Haynes, Shawn Stewart, Ethel Hudgins, Terry
Madsen, Keli Myers, Lisa Translavina, Stuart Lankford, Melody
Language Clubs Study
Key Club Opens New Doors
Front Row: Denise Kennedy, Sylvia Stamp, Dave Buck, Marion Jenson, Vonda Howie, Kari Teeples. Back Row: Angie Franks, Jeff Hop
per, Ronnie Woods, Ricky Middaugh, Karen Cagel, Brian Rigsby, Cecil Wolf.
Math and Science Club, It Figures
Front Row: JoElla Reese, Kevin MacWatters, Derek Sacks, Lucinda Lemmons, Jack Waterbury. Back Row: Dinh Nguyen, Greg Kersh,
Mike Schwartz, Glen Bobo, Jeff Box, Bryan Sachs, Rhonda Hagglar, Rhonda Blair.
82 Key Club!Math 8: Science
Industrial Arts Club Has Good First Year
Industrial Arts Club: Kneeling: Scott Bracket, Ms. Kropfingerg Second row: Dean Kolar, David Nelson, Carl Oltermann, Doug Byrd,
David Reed, Mr. McGarryg Back row: Mr. Rudek, David Oliver, David Grant, Richard Calvert, Brian Rigsby, Jay Patterson, Jason
Livestock Turned Into Profit
This was the first full year for the Industrial Arts Club. They entered contests and
many awards were brought back to MHS by the members.
FFA students raised animals and showed them at many stock shows. After the
animals were fully grown, they were sold, with some of the students making a pro-
fit. Rhonda Young was named the FFA Sweetheart for the 81-82 school year.
FFA Front Row: David Woodwardg Sammy Adcock, Randy Harris, Advisor: Ricky St. John, Reporter, Brandon Mitchell, Sentinel, Joe
Anderson, Vice President, Ken Carpenter, Presidentg Mark Lee, Treasurer, Beth Kennedy, Secretary, Advisor, Stan Allen, Chisolm
Deupree, David West, Cory Haynes. Row Two: Chance Deupree, Paige Anderson, Rodney Franks, Millie Thomas, Rhonda Young, Jeff
Hanna, JoLynn Majors, Randy Allen, Jery Barks, Rick Cobble, Cecil Wolf, Debbie Boatman, Lessa Patzack, David Orr, Mike Croisant,
Paul Dozier. Row Three: Ricky Davis, Curtis Phipps, Greg Roberts, Mike Petroff, Kenneth Phares, George McMahill, James Meeks,
Robert Underwood, Lee Weatherford, Lori Lowder, Tony Wilkerson, Karl Oltermann, Brock Graves, Jeff VanTyle, Eddie Reed, Todd
Stafford, Bobby Stevens. Row Four: Chris Corbett, Keith Wiedemann, James Butcher, Billie Brigger, Julie Feurborn, Jeannie Stoc-
kholm, Richard Matthews, Thame Halsey, Monte Kinder, Craig Stratman, Ron Simon, Monte Ellis, Mike Cleveland, John Morawski,
Kevin Kopp, Jay Eggenberg, Vicki Haggy, Mike Wallace. Back Row: Sharla Franklin, Craig Warner, Sam Carrol, Paul Hacker, Chuck
McNeil, Matt Miller, Kurt Walker, Brett Jackson, Jeff King, Brian Williford, Greg Lyde, Terry Rowan, Kelly Husmann, Adam Meinke,
Steve McCool, Kurt Olson, Mark Liberton, Pat Anderson, Ty Bivens.
Ind. Arts! FFA 83
Rebels For A
Debate: C. Price, S. Lieber, K. Meyer, A. Mayes,
C. MacWat'ters, B. Berenberg, J. Spear, L. Behrens,
J. Sewell, M. Roth, Mr. Smith, B. Price, L. Lutz, J.
Courtney, R. Weathers.
The National Forensic League is a Na-
tional Honor Society with the purpose of
promoting the interests of interscholastic
debate, oratory and public speaking.
They must rank in the upper two-thirds
of their class and earn a minimum
number of points in competition. De-
bators are accelerated students with their
eyes on professional goals. They traveled
about 4,000 miles this year, and spent an
average of twenty hours a week practic-
ing, with more hours spent during tour-
N,F.l..: Kneeling: R. Weathers, L. Behrens, T. Col-
eman, S. Lieber. Front Row: B. Hale, C. Weaver,
L. Lutz, D. Sachs, C. Price, S. Winders, J. Nield, B.'
Price, A. Mayes, M. Roth, P. Pankalla. Back Row:
M. Smith, K. Bostic, R. Henshaw, D. Stewart, K.
Meyers, R. Evenge, S. Easley, J. Spear, R. Ruiz, C.
MacWatters, P. Reynolds, R. Permenter, V, Howie
J. Sewell, J. Courtney.
84 NF L! Debate
Comp. Speech: Front Row: R. Weathers, M. Herron, D. Welch, D. Thompson, T. Coleman, C. Weaver, S. Easley, S. Cammack, A.
Mayes, S. Lieber, L. Lutz. Row Two: K. Bostic, T. Kline, S. Francis, D. Sachs, G. Norvell, R. Ruiz, P. Reynolds, J. Nield, S. Pederson,
R. Baker, B. Price, T. Barclay, B. Hale, J. Courtney. Back Row: Ms. Flemming, M. Roth, S. Winders, J. Sewell, R. Permenter, D.
Stewart, C. MacWat'ters, R. Henshaw, R. Evenge, P. Pankalla, K. Willitord, D. Cusick, J. Swink, L. Behrens, J. Spear, C. Price, Mr.
Smith, K. Meyer, B. Berenberg.
Competitive Speech makes up the
other half of the Speech Squad. They
were active in iriterpretative events and
duet acting. At the State Tournament,
they took second in Sweepstakes, and
some of the students were also involved
in the State One-Act Play, in which they
also placed second. The speech students
compete in categories such as poetry,
prose, duet acting, both humorous and
dramatic, and humorous and dramatic
interpretation, as well as oratory events.
The Drama Society is a club of students
who are interested in the theater as well
as the performing arts. The club put on a
fall play this year, "You Can't Take lt
With You", and in the spring they put on
the "Follies", as well- as having pledge
week to initiate the new members.
Drama Society: Front Row: C. Price, B. Hale, Meyer, P- R2Vl'l0ldS1 M- Roth. D-'
Welch, Mrs. Flemming, G. Norvell, T. Coleman, M, Herron, S.CBl11miiCl4, K- Bennett,
D. SYGWHI1. BBCR ROWS J. Courtney, M. McNeill, R. Henshaw, L. Lutz, R1 Weafhefi
R. Permenter, C. Weaver, M, Lewis, J.. Swink, M. Harper.
Drama!Comp. Speech 85
Merlin Society, Seated: D. Kolar,
K. Meyer, R. Henshaw, S. Francis,
M. Herron, K. Bostic, Sf Easley, J.,
Swink, L. Lavelle, M. Lewis.
Standing: M. Hulsey, L. Briscoe,
C. Canfield, L. Canon. L.
Metheny, P. Polasek, T. Reynolds,
B. Hale, C. Weaver, T. Mock, D.
Neeley, S. Bowlware, S. Cattlett,
Something new was initiated
this year by the National Honor
Society. The members volun-
teered to help tutor students
needing help in their basic classes.
The tutoring was before school on
Tuesdays and Thursdays. The
response was not enormous, but
some did come in for this free
Theylre One Cf A Klnd
NHS Has Brain Waves
N.H.S. Seated: L. Behrens, B. Price, D. Price. Row 2: K. Teeples, D. Kennedy, R. Spears K Taylor B Terrett P Reise D Cooper L
Blakemore. Row 3: R. Haigler, M. Mullins, B. Kennedy, D. Holliday, R. Chaoman M Davis K Meyers L Lemons K Warner J
Larson. Row 4: S. Bennett, D. Green, T. Cox, K. Hutchcroft, C. Hapke, S. Herron, M Moore J Reynolds J Box K McWatters G
Fields. Back Row: S. Leiber, S. Gomez, M. Maynard M Pc'--farfls. C. Caldwell, L. Lutz D
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"They have a much better defensive team than they had last year," was
just one of the remarks made about the tough Bronco defense. The team
had a winning season and played two play-off games before getting beat
by the Guthrie Bluejays 21-7. The Broncs beat the Bluejays in their second
game of the season 6-3. Our first loss of the season was to Yukon, 10-O.
Both teams entered the game unbeaten, which made the stakes even
higher, not to mention the great rivalry with the neighboring town, but not
even the awesome defense could hold ,on to their undefeated record.
However, the defense did show its awesomeness blanking out four of its
nine regular season opponents. They began their season beating Capitol
Hill 27-O and continued on, winning against Guthrie. They next won their
rivalry game with Western Heights with ease. The winning streak con-
tinued in the Homecoming game against McGuinness, and next came the
two games against the big schools. Yukon proved the superiority of their
class, but Norman could not have proved it, being beaten 14-O. Choctaw
was the next victim with the Broncs scoring 21 and shutting the Yellow
Jackets out in the cold, or should it be said, the mud. The game against
Choctaw could be described as the "Mud Bowl" with both teams' school
colors appearing to be brown.
Starting into the District games, the
Broncs won two out of three. They
lost the first by a touchdown to El
Reno's State runner-up team, but we
came back strong beating the
Fighting Chicks by 22 points. Carl
Albert fell to the Broncs 19-14, and
they headed to Duncan for the
playoffs. Leaving the Demons with
helmets in hands, they came back for
the regional game against Guthrie.
But Guthrie's Bluejays had improved
since early season and left the mighty
Broncs with a glimpse of State.
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Broncos Romp To A 8-2 Season
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TODD JONES ......
KEVIN CHARRIES ..
JOHN SIMON ......
DARREN WARREN ....
BRENT NULL ........
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CRAIG LUKEN ....
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92 Freshmen Football
TRAVER BOYDSTON' ..... .... 7 5
BRUCE MONTGOMERY . . . . . . .77
CHARLES DEVENPORT . . . . . . .78
DAVID PARSONS ..... .... 8 0
JOHN WALTERS . .. . . . .81
MICHAEL DAVIS . . . . . . .82
DOUG RISHER . . . . . . .83
GERRY HUNT ... . . . .84
KEVIN LEGG .... .... 8 5
JIMMY POE ........ .... 8 6
GERALD CLUCK . . . . . . .87
ROBERT LEMMONS ...... ..... .... 8 9
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Candidate Jamie Sanders
Escort Bob Armstrong
94 Football Royalty
Candidate Brenda Terrett
Escort David Stanley
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96 Boys' Basketball
This year the Broncos had two new coaches for the boys'
basketball team. With head Coach Ray West and assistant
coach Tony Peak, the Broncos ended the season with a
record of 4 wins and 19 losses.
1. Linden sets a pick for Buck. 2. Broncos eagerly await to see if the ball
goes in. 3. Broncos on the rebound.
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. . . .Tuttle 49
. . . . . .Graham 70
. . . .McGuinness 40
. . . . . .Chickasha 72
. . . .McGuinness 70
......El Reno 64
. . . .Western Heights 60
. . . .Carl Albert 43
. . . .Sapulpa 70
....Western Heights 51
.......Carl Albert 65
.......El Reno 66
In the battle between the Broncos and the Guthrie
Blue Jays, Mustang lost 47-46 in four overtimes. The
Broncos participated in the Lindsey and the Saint
Mary's invitational tournaments. This year there were
three stat keepers and one manager. The stat keepers
were Kelly Lindsay, Julie Wilson and LaDonna Cox.
The manager was Andy Stutler, alias Radar. 1. Bron-
cos play with anticipation. 2. Miller finds out it's not as
C359 GS if looks. 3- Raines waits for Buckis pass. 4.
Buck 9935 SCT- 5- Chestnut jumps for the balll-
Boys' Basketball 97
98 Boys' Basketball
1. Smith fights for the ball, 2. Raines goes up for a
shot, 3. Maddox tries for two. 4. Traditional hand-
shake. 5. Broncos on the rebound. 6. Chestnut con-
centrates. 7. Smith guards his man. S. Bridger makes
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We Gave ItOur Best Shot
1. Maddox and Raines on the go. 2.
Time for a pep talk. 3. Chestnut goes
for two. 4. Buck makes a pass. 5. Buck
makes two. 6. Smith waits for a pass.
7. Bridger gets positioned. 8. Smith on
Boys' Basketball 99
We Play To Win
Front Row: Todd Teeples, Tony Hudson, Roy Cobb, Jeff Twiehaus, Tim Bostic. Row Two: Shawn O'Brien, David Ellis,
Robert Walker, Terry Hudson, Brent Null, Donald Sweeney, Darren Warren. Back Row: Greg Twiehaus, Glen Linden, Bob-
by Barton, Darren DeVous, David Whitaker, Mike Keig, and Coach Meledeo.
David Whitaker jumps at the beginning of the half for Mustang.
100 Freshman Boys' Basketball
David Whitaker takes the basketball to the basket.
The 9th grade boys had a very successful year.
Coach Meledeo coached them to a third place
victory in the Western Heights and Noble tour-
naments. The highlight of their season:
however, was when they placed second in the
Two-Rivers Conference. After that they just
kept piling on the wins for a final record of 13
and 7. 1. Greg Twiehaus goes up for a shot. 2.
Brent Null brings down the rebound for the
Broncos. 3. Robert Walker at the free throw
line. 4. Terry Hudson goes over a defender to
get a shot up. 5. Greg Tweihaus passes
around a defender. 6. Robert Walker goes up
for a shot.
Freshman Boys' Basketball 101
Candidate LeAnn Harrison
Escort David Maddox
102 Basketball Royalty
Candidate Christi Jones
Escort Tony Nichol
Basketball Royalty 103
Broncos Are Something
To Cheer About All Year Long
Girls' Basketball Team, Front Row: Cindy Maddux, Sylvia Stamp, Jennifer Brixey, Cindy Garrett, Susan Milt, Terri Triplett.
Second Row: Lou Ann Porter, Fran lkerd, Renee Chapman, Roxanne Goins, Holly Meeks, Lee Ann Harrison, Dana Smith,
Terri Farris. Back Row: Coach Charboneau, Susan Webster, Mary Bush, Dawn Fischer, Jill Ball, Jennifer Relusser, Coach Pigg
104 Girls' Varsity Basketball
The Broncos had a terrific season this year. They won 23 and
lost 5. This was a rebuilding year after losing all six starting
seniors. The girls had to work twice as hard to make up for the
lack of starting experience. Once on the court the Lady Broncos
quickly proved their ability to handle any given situation, as their
season record shows. The starters this year at the guard end were
Jill Ball, Renee Chapman and Susan Milt, all seniors. The
forwards were Dawn Fischer and Lee Ann Harrison, seniors, and
Cindy Garrett, sophomore.
106 Girls' Varsity Basketball
The Broncos got off to a good start the first game of
the season when they blew away their rivals, Yukon,
68-51. They didn't let up much at all from the first
game on. Mustang split wins with Western Heights
after two hard fought battles but won the conference
title after beating El Reno to finish 4-1 in conference
The long road to the state tournament was just
beginning when Mustang hosted the Regional
Tournament where the girls beat Classen and Star-
Spencer to become Regional Champs.
The Broncos continued to play better all the time.
They met Woodward in the area tournament at
Yukon. Woodward was expected to be a tough
opponent, but Mustang put them away early in the
game. The final store was 60-37.
The Mustang Broncos were to play in the state
tournament again. The Broncos eliminated McAlester
and Bartlesville Sooner in the first and second rounds
to put themselves in the finals. The final game was
played against Mustangs biggest rival, Western
Heights. The Broncos started out with the lead but
Western Heights took control late in the second
quarter and Mustang never took the lead again. The
final was 42-56. The Broncos won the title of State
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9 Mustang 62 . . . .... Edmond 29 Q
5 Mustang 53 ....... Moore 49 Q
5 Mustang 40 ,... Pe west 49 Q
I Mustang 50 . . . .... McGuinness 32 9
Mustang 45 . . . ...... Jenks 39 6
Mustang 52 . . . ...... Jay 53 4
Mustang 44 .. . ....... Latta 42 Q
Mustang 46 . . . ...... Chickasha 29 5
3 Mustang 54 . .... McGuinness 43 9
3 Mustang 64 ........ Eineno 36 Q
3 Mustang 46 . ............ Yukon 42 4
5 Mustang 41 . . . ..., Western Heights 47 5
2 Mustang 52 .......... Guthrie 35 5
5 Mustang' 53 . ....r. Carl Albert 35 Q
6 Mustang 45 .... Sapulpa 44 4
5 Mustang 44 . .,.... Jenks 53 9
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Mustang 44 ........... Guthrie 31
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4 Mustang 46 . . . ................ Carl Albert 45 9
5 Mustang 40 ........................ El Reno 28 5
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5 Mustang 56 ................ Bartlesville Sooner 46 Q
g Mustang 42 ................. Western Heights 56 9
Girls' Varsity Basketball 107
We Play To Win
The seniors showed great leadership at all games and practices this
year. They kept the enthusiasm going, and all of them will be missed
The Broncos had two All-Staters, Dawn Fischer, the leading scorer
with 18.3 points per gameg and Jill Ball, the Broncos' leading reboun-
108 Girls Varsity Basketball
Conference Proves Tough
Freshman Girls Basketball Team, Front Row: J. Kudron, C. Coleman, L. Lukasek, S. Nunn, R. Bennett, M. Howie, E. Latham,
S. Arnold. Back Row: G. Boyer, B. Fruits, P. McCarthy, T. Bray, Coach Charboneau, M. Denton, T. Williams, K. Phillips, L.
The 9th grade girls had a very
successful year, during the
season. They had a new coach,
Dan Charboneau, who came right
before their season started. The
girls also had a very tough sched-
ule. They played Yukon, Western
Heights, El Reno, Lindsay,
Chickasha, and McGuinness.
They came in third in the Western
Heights tournament, and fourth in
the Noble tournament. They beat
St. Mary's twice, Guthrie twice,
McGuinness twice, and El Reno
once. So even though their coach
came in late, the girls did not
suffer at all. After their season was
over, they had a final record of
14-6. 2. The girls get ready for the
tip off. 3. The girls anticipate the
Freshman Girls' Basketball 109
Varsity and Junior Varsity Wrestlers: Front Row: Kevin Cross, John Rankin, Marian Jenson, Stacy Jackson, Mandy Smith, Pippi Maddox,
Jeff Legg, David Woodward. Row Two: David Green, Richard Schultz, Shawn Murray, Gary Patterson, Gary Kinder, Darin Lively, Monte
Roddy, Back Row: Coach Rankin, Coach Rudek, Jeff McDaniel, Terry Daugherty, Roy Schultz, Mark Bowling,
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Hosted by the Duncan Demons,
Regionals were long awaited but the
Bronco wrestlers proved themselves
as tough guys. David Woodward and
Billy Root were Regional Champs.
Roy Schultz and Mark Bowling each
placed 2nd, David Green, Wade
Huckabay, and Jeff McDaniels
The Wrestling Matmaids were:
Marian Jenson, Stacy Jackson,
Mandy Smith and Pippi Maddox.
Meet the '82 State Qualifiers
'82 STATE QUALlFlERSg Geary, 1st Regionals, 3rd
101 ....... David Woodward, Sr., Record: PCN. 4th State
16 wing, 10 losses, Tourn: 4th 148-157 . . .Mark Bowling, Sr., Record: 29
Yukon, 151 Rggignalg wins, 5 losses. Tourn: lst
108-115 . . .David Green, Jr., Record: 17 Geary, 1Sf PCN, 2nd Reg.,
wins, 10 losses. Tourn: 3rd 3rd Yukon
PCN, 4th Regionals 190 ....... Jeff McDaniels, Jr., Record:
136 .,..,.. Wade Huckabay, Jr., Record: 11 wins. 17 l0SS9S, Tourn: 4th
19 wins, 12 losses. Tourn: 4th R9Ql0U5lS
Regionals Hvy. Wt. . , .Roy Schultz, Jr., Record: 20
148-157 . . .Billy Root, Sr., Record: 28 wins, 12 losses, Tourn: 2nd
wins, 6 losses. Tourn: 1st RGQV, 3fCl YUROU, 4th State
Wrestlers Know The Moves
Wrestlers this year had an
outstanding season compelling
a team record of 10 wins and 5
losses. They lost to W. H. by
only 4 pts., 38-34. Score at Del
City 35-28 and Perry 33-21
and Moore 32-15. Their
biggest wins score tuff stuff
against Okarche 67-O,
Choctaw 55-3, and Geary
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team this y-ear as Mustang
I proved 7 state qualifiers those
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The Broncos placed 8th at the Geary Tournament, two placers which
were seniors Billy Root at 148 and Mark Bowling at 157. Three placers at
Yukon: 4th, David Woodward and two 3rd placers, Mark Bowling and
Roy Schultz. Billy Root placed 3rd at Putnam City North while Mark
Bowling took a strong lst.
The '82 wrestling team coached by Dave Rankin and Ron Rudek had a
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114 Wrestling Royalty
Candidate Julie Moses
Escort Terry Daugherty
Candidate Tuesdae Allen
Escort Mark Bowling
1 16 Volleyball
This year Mustang was awe-
some. One of the reasons
they performed as well as
they did is due to the fact
that four of the starters were
chosen to the All-State
team. They were D. Fischer,
M. Garrett, M. Denton, and
B. Terret. All of these All-
Staters were seniors except
M. Denton, who was a
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Front Row: K, Partin, M. Denton, D. Fischer, K.- Hott. Row Two: Coach Lacy, K.
Hussman, M. Smith, K. Mason, V. Haggy, D. Justik, Coach Hayes. Row Three: C.
Jones. Back Row: T. Ross, K. McCullough, D. Eells, B. Terrett, M. Garrett, B.
Volleyball 1 17
Must Be Mustang
Front Row: K McCullough, B. Terrett, M. Garrett, K. Hussman, D. Fischer, K. Partin, D. Eells, C. Jones, manager. Row
Two: Coach Lacy, F. Workman, C. Adams, K. Radichel, A. Byrd, S. Franklin, D. Owens, V. Branstetter, D. West, S.
h D J t'k, M. Smith, K. Mason, M. Denton, T. Ross, B. Stevens,
Yelley, L. Ralls, Coach Hayes. Back Row: D. Matt ews, . usi
L. Cox, K. Hott, V. Haggy, S. Campbell, T. Stewart.
T. Lane, G. Garriott, S. Farris, T. Dean, D. Duncan, A. Kirk, T. Frantom, Coach Hayes.
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Yukon ......... won
Q Edmond .......... won Q
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Baseballers Score The Big Une
Armstrong up to bat. Bryant scores.
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Coach Ryan watches carefully.
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Varsity Baseball Team Members, Back Row: D. Bird, J. Pyle, R. Woods, G. Fore, S. Middaugh, B. Armstrong, T. Chestnut, D.
Linden. Row Two: Coach Stevens, B. Anderson, R. Baker, R. Middaugh, F. Stringer, M, Monroe, J. Revel, L. Bryant, L, Hut-
son, Coach Ryan. Front Row: S. Stiles, F, Paulson, S. Wiles, D. Davis, J. Brownlow, S. Hill.
1. F. Stringer gets ready in the field, 2. Fred Paulson is ready. 3.
i 3 F. Stringer is ready to hit.
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MUSTANG BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Date Team Location Time
Mar. 2 Capitol Hill ......... There 4:00
8 U.S. Grant .... .... H ere 4:00 Q
10 Newcastle ,... ...... H ere 4:00 S
S 11 Yukon ......,..... There 4:00
S 13 Harrah ............ There 1-3 X
Q 18 Western Heights ....:. Here 12100 Q
Q 20 Edmond ..,.....,,. There 1-3 S
22 Tuttle ..,.......... There 4:00
X 23 El Reno ............ Here 4:00
25, 26, 27-Mustang Tournament
29 Newcastle ........., There 4:00 X
30 Carl Albert ,.,......, Here 4:00 X
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Apr. 5 Tuttle .............. Here 4:00 Q
6 Chickasha .,........ Here 4:00 Q
S 8, 9, 10-Guthrie Tournament X
X 12 Noble ...,..,....... Here 1:00 S
13 Carl Albert ......... There 4:00
15 Guthrie ..... ..... T here 5-7:30
19 cepnei Hill .... .... H ere 4:00 Q
X 20 chiekeehe . . , ..... There 4:00 S
23 El Reno ,.... ..... T here 4:00
24 Putnam City . . . .... Here 7:00 X
26 Yukon .,.....,..... Here 4:00 X
28 Western Heights ..... There 4:00
30 U.S, Grant .......,. There 4:00
May 1 Choctaw ........... There 5:30-7:30
3 Putnam City West ..... Here 4:00
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Thursday Friday Saturday
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1:00 1:00 1:45
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The Broncos won the STATE 3-A Baseball Title
Thursday, May 20. This was the first time MHS has
ever won the State Baseball Title. In the first round
of the tourney, the Broncs faced Owasso and hand-
ily defeated them 11-1. ln the second game,
Mustang faced Choctaw and outlasted them 2-1. In
the third and final game, MHS faced Guthrie.
Guthrie scored 1 run in the first inning and held off
MHS until the bottom of the 7th. MHS loaded the
bases and Rodney Baker hit a double to score 2
runs and Mustang won the title 2-1.
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We Won It All-PL
1. Davis takes a few swings to loosen up before his turn at the plate. 2. Brownlow, Middaugh and
Hutson watch the action on the field from the dugout. 3. Brownlow seems determined at bat. 4.
Stiles gets everything ready before he takes his turn at bat. 5. S. Middaugh was a starting pitcher
for the Broncos this year. Here he throws a strike right over the plate.
Frosh Players Fight Hard, Play Well
The 1981-82 Freshman Baseball team is: Front Row: Tim Bostic, Chris Wiles, Matt Franklin, Roy Cobb, Ty Bivens, Marty Workman
Allan Hood, Todd Teeples. Back Row: John Walters, Shannon Calhoun, Monty Kinder, Trenton Melton, Chuck Caldwell, Jeff Ren
cher, Leslie Flecher, Jeff Van Tyle, and Coach Rudek.
1. Jett Recher at bat for Mustang. 3. Chris Wiles watches as a
teammate bats for Mustang. 4. Leslie Flecher gets ready to bat.
5. Anunidentified player bats for us.
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Mr. Don Rudek was the new coach forthe
freshman baseball team. This was his first
head coaching job. The team had a final
record of 7 and 8. They also came in third
in the Kerr tournament. They had many
outstanding players on their team. The
outstanding hitter for the year was Ty
Bivens, the outstanding pitcher for the year
was Trenton Melton, and the Most
Valuable Player was Les Flesner. 1. Coach
Rudek and Chris Wiles talk over their
strategy. 2. Matt Franklin poses for the
camera before he bats. 3. Les Flesner gets
ready to bat. 4. Matt Franklin throws in a
hard pitch. 5. Todd Teeples gets ready to
bat. 6. Jeff Rencher bats for Mustang. 7.
Chris Wiles at bat for the Broncos. 8. Les
Flesner batting for the Broncos.
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1. Softballers goof off on top of the dugout. 2. Pitcher Jennifer Brixey gets
ready to throw one in there, 3. Catcher Dawn Fischer behind the plate. 4.
Fischer on third gets ready to steal home. 5. Terri Triplett is safe at home.
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1. Lori Blakemore watches the game from inside the dugout. 2. Coach
Lacy. 3. Coach Hayes and Roxanne Goins think over the game. 4. and 5.
Lori Wheeler and Kristy McCullough swing the bat. 6. Cindy Garrett tries to
steal from second base. 7. The 1981-1982 Mustang High School Softball
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Softball Girls Make It To State
Front Row: T. Triplett, K. Shaw, M. Howie, D. Fischer, L. Harrison, K. McCullough, J. Brixey, B. Terrett, l
L. Wheeler, L. Blakemore. Row Two: B. Fruits, R. Goins, K. Hott. Back Row: Coach Lacy, T. Ross, K X
Holliday, C. Garrett, and Coach Hayes,
Kay Holliday gets ready for a hard day at state. Brenda Terrett is ready in right field
Karen Hott prepares to bat.
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Yukon 2-4 lost
Norman 5-4 won
Guthrie Tournament 3rd place
Chickasha 12-9 won
Chickasha 12-2 won
O.B.U. Tournament Rained out
El Reno 10-0 won
El Reno 10-0 won
Carl Albert 7-0 won
Carl Albert 11-0 won
Guthrie 11-1 won
Western Heights 5-6 lost
Chickasha Tournament 2nd place
Guthrie 17-2 won
Western Heights 10-9 won
District Tournament lst place
Regional Tournament 1st place
State Tournament 3rd place
Lee Ann Harrison watches carefully,
Brenda Terrett paying close attention.
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team had one of its best years
ever. They were Conference
Co-champs, District Champs,
Regional Champs and took 3rd
in State. They came in 2nd in
the Chickasha Tournament,
3rd in the Guthrie Tourna-
ment, and had won 2 games in
the OBU Tournament before it
was rained out. The Team
graduated six seniors: Dawn
Fischer, Lee Ann Harrison,
Kristy McCullough, Brenda
Terrett, Lori Blakemore, and
Kyndel Shaw. There were four
juniors, three sophomores and
two freshmen. They also sent
five people to All-Conference:
Dawn Fischer, Lori Wheeler,
Brenda Terrett, Jennifer Brix-
ey, and Cindy Garrett.
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Cargill, Richard Matthews, Danny Dubberstein,
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Runners Make Strides
Backed by a great team, Lisa Moore made a second ap-
pearance at all-state. The girls traveled to P.C. West where
they placed third and were honored with a first place trophy at
the Classen Meet. To finish the season in style, the girls manag-
ed to earn fourth in the state.
Girls Cross Country members are: Julie Moses, Teresa
Anderson, Cindy Pohfal, Lisa Moore, Gina Henson, Rhonda
Owens, La Danna Williams, Debbie Moore, Cindy Hartnett,
Tammy Green, Karen Shaw, and Lynette Betterton.
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for the finish line. 3. Cindy Hartnett and Cindy Pofahl wander
around during a meet.
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The boys varsity track team
was coached by Mike
Blevins and Randal Lokey.
Taking six to state, Richard
Groh placed second in the
880 and the two mile relay
team took state. The relay
team consisted of Mitch
Nelson, a sophomore, a
senior Richard Groh, and
two juniors Gary Green and
Dave Buck. The relay team
took the state championship
with a time of 8:15.36, and
finished with enough points
to take the sixth place
Coach Blevins and Coach Lokey, M. Nelson, S, Loyd, R. Shade,
Green, M. Hicks, D. Posey, R. Groh, D. Buck.
Girls Track-Standing, L. Moore, J, Boyer, L. Lukaszek, T. Green, Kneeling: T. Anderson, T. Williams, M. Howie. Standing: Coach Char-
boneau, D. Rowe, E. Latham, C. Coleman, L, Williams.
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new coach this year, Dan
Charboneau. l-Ie took five
girls to state Teresa Williams
took fifth in the 880, and the
two mile relay took fourth,
which contained two fresh-
men, Debbie Moore and
Teresa Williams, One
sophomore, LaDana Will-
iams, and one senior, Julie
Moses. Lisa Moore placed
second in the two mile and
third in the mile.
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Irwin, B. Null, R. Lemmons, G. Linden, R. Taylor, D. Sweeny, Coach Cerny.
Glen Linden Gerald Cluck Jimmy Poe
The boys track team was coached by Bill Cerny. They attended the Two-Rivers Conference Randy Taylor took first in the mile as well as Donald
capturing second place. Brent Null took first in the shot put. Sweeny taking first in the 440 and second in the 220.
The 880 relay and mile relay took second and Eric
Haley took second in the pole vault.
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GROUP SHOT: Row Standing: Coach Miller, A. Jones, K.
Kimmel, K. Cleveland, A. Scholl, P. Reynolds, J. Fuerborn, A,
Gustufson, S. Jones, L. Granger. Row Two: S. Groh, K.
Lafollete, W. Lavelle, T. Reynolds, D. Kolar, C. Garrett, Sitting:
C. Briggs, K. Teeples, L. Lavelle, C. Hartnett, C. Hartnett. lli
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94 C41 Pam Reynolds 53.
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Guys Score in Tennis!
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5 Regionals ............. 4th 5
Group Shot: Row Standing: Coach Miller, T. Kekalos, D. Mad-
dex, E' Wilmofh. D- 5faf1l9Y,,B Kelly, MDenton, C. Hutcherson,
J- Hall- ROW TWOI D, Fox, R. Harvey, S. O'Brien, D, Pringle, P.
Ingram, J- HUNT- Sitting: C. Haynes, K. Flynn, D. West, M.
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Golfers Up To Par With Precision Putting
Golfers, left to right: Tim Hartnett, Kelly Cox, Donna Stewart, Dennis
George, Rick Gravitt, Don Moore, Mr. Meledeo - coach, Sean Ste-
This year's golfers proved themselves to be above
par. Mr. Meledeo, this being his third year as coach,
had many members of his team placing in various
conferences. The team placed 2nd in the Southwest
section of Oklahoma at the Oklahoma City Tourna-
ment. They advanced to division playoffs and placed
12 out of a possible 32 at Lake Hefner Golf Course.
Second Suburban Conference at Regional Park Golf
Course, Mustang had 10 top players out of 35. Those
included were: J. J. Duncan l5thl, Mark Edwards l8thl,
Sean Stephens tied for 10th, and Donna Stewart, being
the only female, placed 5th in the regionals, and went
to the state playoffs and placed 14th out of 65 golfers.
The Golf Award for the 1981-82 year was presented
to senior Mark Edwards.
vens, Mark Edwards, Phil Ruhde, J. J. Duncan, John Duncan and
Candidate Mary Garrett
Escort Bob Armstrong
Candidate DeDe Eells
Escort Rodney Baker
Queen Brenda Tenfett
Escort Jeff Pyle
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A Queen For All Seasons
142 All Sports Queen
Senior Brenda Terrett was chosen by a vote of the
student body to be this year's All Spons Queen. She
was named at the All Sports Banquet. Brenda was the
spring sports queen. Brenda participated in softball and
volleyball. She was a member of the All State Vol-
Other candidates for the All Sports title were Mary
Garrett, Dawn Fischer and Stacy Jackson.
You Can Feel It-
A Closer Look!!
There's something special about walking
around the halls the first days of school, greet-
ing old friends and noticing the changes in
their looks and actions. One can never forget
the changing of schedules, those last minute
rushes to the donut shop, or the smell of
"food" in the cafeteria.
School didn't just begin at 8:30 in the
morning and end at 3:25, the activities going
on are carried out all during the week. Stu-
dents from Mustang have always been one
step above the rest and this year was no ex-
ception. Twosa-day football practices, march-
ing at 7:30 every morning, and basketball
after school, all fell together to make the
school year just one more accomplishment
in the lives of the Broncos.
144 Student Life
1. Construction students begin the year with a serious look at
woodworking. 2. Bob Denison plays his role in the homecoming
ceremony. 3. Flag Corps girls perform routine to "Another
One Bites The Dust" during halftime ofthe Jets game. 4. Bron-
cos break through as they begin their rampage on McGuinness.
5. Yearbooks for '81 were received with anticipation. 6. Halls
in the new East building are being filled for the first time.
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For Personal Pleasures
Even though Mustang is considered "in the country" by
outsiders, the students are still the same as in any other
school. They attend classes, work on projects, participate
in sports, hold down jobs after school, and enjoy the
things "city" kids enjoy. Outside of school parties are held
by various clubs. 1. Terri Ross, Kevin Lewis and Kenneth
Huntmacher partake of the finer foods in life at Show Biz
Pizza Palace. The yearbook staff had a back to school get
together. 2. Woodworking students don't seem to mind
the mess that comes with being creative. 3. Mr. Sine's
senior English classes dramatize the "Canterbury Tales."
4. FBLA members, both old and new, take time out from
homework and jobs to enjoy their membership party.
Donna Whetstone had the group gather at her house for
food and fun.
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146 Student Life
1. Kathy Coleman and Chris Hutcherson
take a break from class. 3. David Nelson
takes a look at germs,
2. Varsity cheerleaders perform a stunt during a football game. 4. Terrie
Estes and Lisa MclVlahill enjoy each other's company.
Student Life ' 147
Mary Nabs Number Drie
On the night of Sept. 25th, Miss Mary Garrett was
crowned homecoming queen by Terry Chestnut. Her
court consisted of Brenda Terrett, escorted by David
Stanley and Jamie Sanders, escorted by Bob Armstrong.
Every year the pep club decides on a theme for the event
and this year they chose a Hawaiian theme. The Blea-
cher Bums provided the lighting by carrying lit
torches onto the field. Kim Taylor, Rhonda Spears, Buck
Moore and Stuart Lankford sang "The Hawaiian Wed-
After the crowning, Mary and her court were seated on
a Hawaiian designed platform for the remaining half of
the game. The close of the evening saw another Bronco
victory over McGuinness 7-3.
148 Student Life
1, Homecoming queen Mary Garrett is crowned by Terry Chestnut. 2.
David Stanley escorts Brenda Terrett, 3, Yearbook students Jennifer
Brixey, Terri Williams, Kyndel Shaw, Angie Franks and Tuesdae Allen
participate on MASH Day to help promote school spirit for homecom-
ing and also to have a day of fun.
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1 Jamie Sanders is escorted by Bob Armstrong 2
Singers perform at halftime. 3. Renee Chapman and
Clint Hargis are ready to Lasso the Irish.
The Mustang High School Student Council
ribbons, hats, buttons, anything to s
TUESDAY-Lasso the Irish
Dress like a character from M'A'S
THURSDAY-Dress to Kill'
Dress like a gangster, hoodlurn or dress up
Wear green and a black armband to mourn the Irish
Richard Ruiz and Anne Mayes share a
tender moment. 3, Kevin Hutchcroft
tGrandpal says "grace" at the dinner table.
4. Brian Hale and Mike Roth discuss the
manufacturing of fireworks.
1. "lt's a raid, and look who's caught. 2f'
A Special Thanks was given to: Hale s
Office Supply, Mr. Ralph Smith the
Yukon Police Department and the
Bronco Bunch for all their support
Penelope Sycamore ..,.
Essie . . ..........
Paul Sycamore . . .
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A .- Tony Kirby .... . .
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A V - . - Mrs. Kirby . . . . .
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Stage Mgr.. D. Stewart: Asst.. D. Sachsg Props, C. Price. K. Roddy, J.
Nield, M. Lewis, D. Thompson: Set Const., D. Sachs, D. Welch. R.
Thompson. R. Permenter, D, Thompson. K. Roddy, C. Weaver. L. Lutz.
M. Roth. B. Halez Make-up. R. Thompson. L. Banks. K. Lindsey.
Costumes, D. True. Light Opert.. D. Sachs: Sound Opert. R. Weathers.
uYou Can't Take It With You"
. . .Teri Coleman
. . . . .Kim Meyer
. ,Gayla Norvell
.. . .Brian Hale
.. . .Mike Roth
.. ...Loren Lutz
. . . .Matt McNeil
. . . .Anne Mayes
. .Jason Spargur
. . .Richard Ruiz
. . .Rod Henshaw
. . . .Samantha Groh
. . . .Mike Harper
. . . .Susan Francis
. .Chuck Weaver
. . . . .Mike Lewis
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. Marla Herron
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There Was Fun
l.. 2. 84 3. The junior-senior powder puff football game saw the
senior girls prevail once again. Sr. D, Fischer talks to the coaches
on the sidelines. 4. Army Nat. Guard came to campus in their
helicopters. Students had the opportunity to view them first
hand. 5. An English class dramatizes a play for the Middle
Student Life 151
1. Miss Adelaide KK. Taylorl ponders
her situation with Sky Masterson. 2.
The guys play for high stakes. 3. Ar-
vide QS. Windersl gives some good
advise to Sarah KR. Spearsl. 4. The
Hot Box Dancers perform nightly,
5. Sky and Sarah finally discover
they really care for one another.
6. High stepping their way to star-
dom are the famous Hot Box
It Takes More Than Talent To
Stage- A Musical Like "Guys And Dolls!"
GUYS AND DOLLS was presented
by the vocal music department Dec.
3rd and Dec. 5th, as their major mu-
sical production for the year.
Nicely-Nicely Johnson Tim Boatman
Benny Southstreet .David Stephens
Rusty Charlie . . .Randy Garrettson
Sarah Brown ...,. Rhonda Spears
Arvide Abernathy . . .Sean Winders
Mission Band ......... Chip Coy,
Cari Albers, Leslie Simpson,
Lori Michael, Angie Hales,
Andrea Horton, Sherry
Humphreyville, Denise Hapgood
Harry the Horse ...... Tim Barclay
Lt. Brannigan ...... Wes Hawkins
Nathan Detroit .... David Copeland
Angie the Ox ........ Mike Wicker
Miss Adelaide ........ Kim Taylor
Sky Masterson ....... Buck Moore
Joey Biltmore ....... Mike Wicker
Mimi ............. Mindy Taylor
Gen. Matilda B.
Cartwright . .Marky Roundtree
Big Jule ............. Jerry Ralls
Drunk ....,........, Lloyd Reed
Waiters ....... Chuck Davenport,
Bobby Soxers .... Debbie Mallicott,
Ethel Hudgins Teri Coleman
Tohnia Singleton Teresa Anderson
Mindy Taylor Denise Cusick
Karla Plock Katy Warner
Tia Morgan Barbara Haggy
Sandra Easley Pam Olson
Jo Ella Reese Daleen Dupler
Randy Garretson Tim Barclay
David Stephens Tim Boatman
Mike Wicker Ronnie Douglas
Jerry Ralls Lloyd Reed
Chuck Davenport Leland Cannon
Director .......... Susan Vaughn
Asst. Director ......... Sheri Cole
Choreographer ....... Liz Lindsey
Accompanist ...... Celesta George
Orchestra Prep. . . .Dennis Jamison
1. Sarah and the Mission Band try to save the
poor souls. 2. The Crap Shooters try their
hands at singing. 3, Sky and Nathan Detroit
lDavid Copelandi discuss financial matters
and make a bet to 551,000 which Sky wins, yet
Students Feed The Faculty
1. Mr. Jamison goes through the serving line
at the faculty luncheon given the Journalism
and yearbook students. 2. gl 3. Teachers en-
joy their Iunch. 4. Buck Moore opens his gift
from an unknown admirer. 5. Donna Whet-
stone and Dana Duncan feed each other
Christmas cake while other members of the
staffs watch. 6. Angie Franks helps LaDonna
Cox open her gift while Toni Reynolds ad-
mires the surprise.
Mild Weather Lifts Spirits
Though everyone knew winter was supposed to be
upon us, it was difficult to comprehend. Unusually
high temperatures and little precipitation were the
agenda in the weather department. All around
MHS students were getting spring fever in January.
Basketball and wrestling dominated the sports
scene and all eyes turned to the calendar and spring
break. King and Queen of Hearts loomed on the
horizon with that ahead spirits lifted.
1. Zac Henderson former OU and Philadelphia Eagles football
player visited Mustang and spoke to the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes group. 2, Julie March and Lori Worthy babysit in class.
3, Mitch Nelson seems to have tired of standing.
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Friday night, Dec. 18th, Dawn Fischer was crowned Basketball
Homecoming Queen by her escort, Darren Smith. As part of the
ceremonies the Bronco Bunch presented a slide show of the can-
didates. 1. The candidates take time out to take a slide. 2. C. Jones, L.
Harrison and D. Fischer race to see who can swing the highest. 3.
Queen Candidates are Christi Jones, Lee Ann Harrison and Dawn
Fischer. Escorts are Tony Nickel, David Maddox and Darren Smith. 4.
Dawn Fischer, sr. and queen takes time out from all her extra-curricular
activities to hit the books.
156 Student Life
The Net Result:Dawn Is Queen
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1. Racing cars they made in class,
the Bronco car defeated the Irish
car. 2. Cheerleaders perform a
stunt for the assembly. 3. D. Mad-
dox and L. Harrison. 4. D. Smith
and D. Fischer. 5. T. Nickel and C.
Jones. 6. D. Smith seems to be a
little too big to play. 7. The kiss.
Wrestling Homecoming on Jan,
22nd saw the Broncos defeated
by the Jets. 1. Candidate
Tuesdae Allen and her escort
Mark Bowling brave the cold
winds. 2. Billy Root crowns
queen Stacy Jackson. 3. Terry
Daugherty with candidate Julie
Moses. 4. Julie still finds time to
be a little kid. 5. "Dream On"
was the theme of homecoming
and for Stacy it was a dream
come true. Stacy and her court
enjoy the festivities.
A Winning Combination
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1. Billy Root performs his duty and kisses queen Stacy. 2. Queens escort Billy and queen
Stacy. 3. Billy, Mark and Terry seem to be enjoying the park. 4, Billy escorts Stacy to her
seat. 5. Not wanting to miss out on any other fun, the girls, Stacy, Julie and Tuesdae swf
ing from the monkey bars. 6. Billy shows he's a wild bull rider.
Student Life 159
160 King and Queen of Hearts
g and Queen of Hearts
Once Again Seniors Win Heart -itle
162 Student Life
February 4 marked the beginning
of the annual Heart Drive. The sen-
ior class dominated the competition
with 94849, the sophomore class
followed with 53800, next came the
freshmen collecting 30225, and the
juniors contributed 93.57.
After the King and Queen of
Hearts ceremony, the Student
Council held an assembly for the
juniors to encourage them to donate
1. Senior Scott Brown crowns his queen,
Donna Holliday. 2. The traditional kiss. 3.
Kevin Hutchcroft presents the donation to
Heart Fund Rep, 4. Buck Moore and Mich-
elia Andrews provide the entertainment. 5.
The King and Queen of Hearts with their
The candidates for the King and Queen of Hearts are nominated
by each of the classes. This year's candidates were: 1. Seniors
Donna Holliday and Scott Brown. 2. Juniors Dawn Hartnett and
Rick Nliddaugh. 3. Sophomores Cindy Garrett and Curtis
Phipps. 4, Freshmen Cindy Hartnett and Donald Sweeney. 5,
Crown bearer Jake Barton and Flower girl Lana Henley.
Student Life 163
Candidate Kyndel Shaw
Escort Kevin Lewis
164 Yearbook Royalty
Candidate Terri Williams
Escort Buck Moore
Queen Pam Doyle
King Kenneth Hutmacher
Yearbook King! Queen 165
' Student Body Portrays
On February 24, the Student Council conducted the talent show. A fifty
dollar lst prize was awarded to Buck Moore for singing ttTouch of the
Master's Hand," Brenda Stevens received 2nd place honors, and Michelia
Andrews captured third.
The yearbook coronationivas also conducted during this assembly. Pam
Doyle was crowned queen by Kenneth Hutmacher. Pam's court consisted
of Terri Williams escorted by Buck Moore and Kyndel Shaw escorted by
1. Pam Doyle, Brenda Terrett, Donna Holliday, and Dedria Price move to the beat of the
"Billy Squire Band." 2. The Muppets perform for Mustang. 3. Greg Lyde plays the guitar, 4.
Mike Mullins announces the next act. 5. "Precious Metal" display their talent.
166 Student Life
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Student Life 167
Terrett Takes It All
Jeff Pyle crowned Brenda Terrett Spring Sports Queen on April 15. Miss Terrettls
court consisted of DeDe Eells, escorted by Rod Baker, and Mary Garrett, escorted
by Bob Armstrong. Zach Stevens was the crown bearer, and Michelle Spencer
served as the flower girl.
1. Queen Brenda, with escort Jeff Pyle and the court. 2. Brenda Terrett, senior
and Jeff Pyle, junior. 3. DeDe Eells, senior and Rod Baker, junior. 4. Mary Gar-
rett, senior and Bob Armstrong, senior.
168 Student Life
Talkative ...... Richard Calvert and Pam Doyle
. . . . . . . . . Bobby Denison and LeAnn Harrison
Gullible . . . Scott Middaugh and Stacy Hartnett
Optimistic . . Scott Herron and Donna Holliday 7
Unique ...... Richard Weathers and Kay Bostic S
Leaders . . . Kevin Hutchcroft and Pam Reynolds
Intellectual ..... Max Maynard and Anne Mayes
Talented ........ Mike Bowling and Kim Taylor
School Spirit Mark Bowling and Brenda Terrett
. . . . . . . Chuck McNeil and Kristy McCullough
Cheerful .... David Maddox and Jamie Sanders
Best Dressed . . Todd Posey and Lori Blakemore
Flirt .............. Richard Bussey and Jill Ball
J Teacher's Pet . . . Mark Monroe and Katy Warner
' 1 Most Likely To Succeed ........ Brad Price and
Lee Ann Behrens
Most Athletic . Terry Chestnut and Dawn Fisher
All Around . . . David Stanley and Brenda Terrett
Best Looking Bob Armstrong and Beth Kennedy
Ambitious ......... Jeff Box and Pam Reynolds
Wittiest ....... Flynn Stringer and Mary Garrett
Friendliest .......... , ........ Bill Ashworth and
Humanitarian . . Darren Smith and Robin Porter
Sincere .......... Tony Nickel and Julie Moses
Sexiest .... ..... B illy Root and Christy Jones
Quietest ...... David Woodard and Phyllis Reis
Outspoken . . . .. Mike Denton and Susan Milt
Senior Who's Who 169
Turning Past to Present
Each year pages of time are turned back as seniors take part in
American History Day. This year was no exception. On April 25,
members of the 12th grade class marched onto campus wearing
various historic costumes. Some of the more imaginative ones
were: Uncle Sam - Neal Reusser, voted most Amencang Statue
of Liberty - Pam McConnell, chosen most originalg Gladiator -
David Stanley, best homemadeg and Romeo and Juliet, portrayed
by Steve Gomez and Stacy Ashenbrener, received best couple.
1. Pam McConnell shows her spirit. 2. Kim Taylor, Teme Estes, Jamie Sanders,
Beth Kennedy and Donna Sheppard pose as Aunt Emma and The Fruit Of The
Loom Girls. 3. David Stanley guards his fellow classmates. 4. Tammy Smith, Sue
Milt and Jeannette Williams stop for a picture,
170 Student Life
1. Neal Reusser stands erect as he waits for his award of Most American. 2. Mark
Bowling and sweetheart, Donna Whetstone, cuddle for a picture. 3. Richard Bus-
sey stuns the class with his idea of Mickey Mouse. 4, Dawn Fischer waits for the
rest of her pack. 5. Mike Mullins and Richard Weathers - flower children - clear
the pathway for Moses, David Maddox.
Student Life 171
It Was A Wonderful Memory
All of the days before and after school, all
those first hour meetings, finally came to an end.
All those days of hard work finally paid off for the
juniors, because on April 19th, 1982, at 7:30
sharp, the 1981-82 Junior-Senior Prom got under
way. l'Make It Like A Memory" served as the
theme for the event, which was held at the Great
Hall at the Myriad. Stardust provided the musical
entertainment for the evening. All in all, most of
the guests left with a feeling this prom, just like
the theme said, would bea wonderful memory.
1. Rhonda Spears and Trent Hurst pose for the
camera. 2. Students wait, in a long line, to get
into the Great Hall. 3. Four party goers aren't
too busy to stop and have their picture taken.
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off their garters.
Student Life 173
174 Student Life
1. G, Jackson and her date. 2. Guests wait for their names to be checked off
3. Guests stop fer a picture.
9th Grade Boys Basketball
Annual All Sports Banquet
Tuesday, May 11 6:45 p.m.
Arts 8: Crafts Building, Fairgrounds
Honoring the athletes of MHS is an
annual event sponsored by the Boos-
ter Club. This year's dinner was held
in OKC. The following athletes were
recognized for their performances:
Kari Kimmel 8a April Sholl
Boys Cross Country
9th Grade Volleyball
Mary Garrett - MVP
Kristy McCullough - Defensive
Brenda Terrett - Setter
9th Grade Track
Girls State Track Team
'l Girls Cross Country ,V
1 LaDana Williams - All Around
, Julie Moses - Outstanding Runner
N Billy Root - Outstanding
Mark Bowling - Outstanding Senior
David Woodward - Most Dedicated
Wade Huckabay - Most Improved
4,5 9th Grade Girls Basketball ll
l Laurie Lukaszek - Forward r'
Teresa Williams - Guard
,' Girls Varsity Basketball
U Dawn Fischer - Forward
Jill Ball - Guard
Susan Milt - Hustle
1 Renee Chapman - Leadership
,N LeeAnn Harrison - Dedication
, Brenda Terrett - Hitter
ll' Cindy Garrett - Rookie
v Jennifer Brixey - MVP
, Dawn Fischer - Defense
ll Varsity Baseball
qi' Darren Linden - Offensive, All
r Terry Chestnut - Defensive
'i scan Middaugh - MvP, All
i Mark Monroe - All Conference
li Greg Fore - All Conference
Mg Bob Armstrong - All Conference
lx Hynn Stringer - All Conference
i Darren Linden - All Conference
, Darren Linden - MVP, Guthrie
ip Scott Middaugh - All Tournament
il Team fGuthrie-MHSJ
p Mark Monroe - All Tournament
Flynn Stringer, Bob Armstrong, Greg
+ Fore, Terry Chestnut - All
David Green - Donald Bateman
9th Grade Boys Track
Brent Null - Outstanding
9th Grade Football
Darren Devous - Most Improved
Darren Warren - Outstanding Line
Donald Sweeney - Outstanding Back
Defensive Backs - Greg Fore, Terry
Chestnut, Bob Armstrong
Defensive Line - Billy Root, Jeff
King, Richard Calvert
Offensive Line - Jeff Box, Jim
Brown, Max Maynard
Offensive Back - Richard Bussey
Bronco Award - Parke Vemon
All Conference - Terry Chestnut,
Dana Jones, Jim Brown, Jeff King,
Max Maynard, Bill Root, Parke
Vernon, Greg Fore, Mark Monroe,
Scott Brown, Ricky St. John, David
Stanley, Lee Weatherford, Richard
Bussey, Richard Calvert, Bob
ALL AROUND MALE ATHLETE
ALL AROUND FEMALE ATHLETE
All Sports Awards 175
Accepting With Pleasure
One of the highlights of Senior Week and the end of
school is the annual Academic Awards Program. lt was
held Thursday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m., in the high
school auditorium. Many seniors and students were
recognized for their work in the classroom.
The program began with the flag salute by Barry Be-
renberg, Student Council President-Elect. The invoca-
tion was given by Cindy Price, Student Council Vice
President-Elect, and Mr. Rowley welcomed the guests.
Mr. Rowley, Mr. Middaugh and Mr. Walker presented
awards and scholarships to the following students:
Association of Classroom Teachers
First Mustang State Bank .......... Beth Kennedy
Theta Nu Chapter of Bega Sigma Phi . . Julie Moses
Veterans of Foreign War Voice of Democracy
Victory at Yorktown Essay Contest . . Max Maynard
Young Homemakers of Oklahoma . Karen Garrison
OSU Technical Institute:
Director's Scholarship .......... Nomia Gordon
Director's Scholarship ............ Kyndel Shaw
Career Honors Scholarship ....... James Winter
United States Naval Academy . . . Richard Weathers
SMU Academic Scholarship, Trinity University
Academic Scholarship, Stephens College Academic
and OCU Scholarship .......... LeAnn Behrens
Southwestern Oklahoma State Freshman Scholarship
Oklahoma State University Alumni Scholarship
CSU Scholarship ................ Dolores Cooper
BIA Grant to Skyline Technical School
f ......................... Shelly Cunningtubby
Oscar Rose Junior College Regents Fee Waiver
Phillips University Music Scholarship
Southwestern Oklahoma State Distinguished
Freshmen Scholarship ...,....... Mark Edwards
OSU, University Scholarship ......... Suzanne Ely
Southwestern Oklahoma State Freshman
Scholarship ...................... Glen Fields
BIA Grant to CSU .................. Judy Fields
Phillips University Athletic Scholarship, Oklahoma
Christian College Athletic Scholarship
Oscar Rose Junior College Regents.Fee Waiver
Southwestern Oklahoma State Freshman Scholarship
OSU Early Recognition Scholarship . . . Russ Horton
176 Academic Awards
OSU Regents Distinguished Scholarship
Hardin University ACT Merit Scholarship, OCC ACT
Merit Scholarship, OCC Math Scholarship, OCU
One-Half Tuition Fee Waiver, York College ACT
Merit Scholarship ........... Lucinda Lemmons
General Motors Institute Work-Study Scholarship,
University of Oklahoma Scholarship, Nomination to
U.S. Air Force Academy ........ Stephen Lieber
Air Force ROTC Scholarship, OU Physics
Scholarship, Alternate at West Point Kevin
OSU Technical Scholarship ........ Greg Mandrell
Air Force ROTC Scholarship, OCU One-Half Tuition
Fee Waiver, Southeastern Oklahoma State Parson
Scholarship, OU Physics Scholarship and
University Scholars Award ......... Anne Mayes
OU Physics Scholarship and University Scholars
Award ......................... Max Maynard
CSU University Scholarship ......... Sue McEvoy
Appintment to the U.S. Air Force Academy
OSU Early Recognition Scholarship
SMU Grant, OSU President's Council Scholarship
Navy ROTC Scholarship ............ Derek Sachs
CSU Scholarship ................ Rhonda Spears
OSU Presidents Council Scholarship and Early
Recognition Scholarship .......... David Stanley
OU Music Scholarship ........... Kimberly Taylor
OSU Early Recognition Scholarship
OU University Scholars Award . . Catharine Warner
Appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy,
Appointment to the U.S. Military Academy, Air
Force ROTC Scholarship, Navy ROTC
Scholarship, OU University Scholars Award,
American Enterprise' lnstitute Award and
Chambers-O'Neil Essay Contest Award
Departmental Awards are given by various teachers
to the students who have completed outstanding work
in their classes. Honored for their work in class are:
U.S. History and Government
5 Alive News Quiz Outstanding Current Events
Comp lLit I
Home Economics I
Home Economics II
Journalism II Newspaper
Advanced Comp !Lit
Comp II !Lit II
pp Jimmy Bokhari
5 Terri Williams
T Crafts I
" Dara West
l Crafts II
,P LeAnn MacQuarrie
A, Rhonda Burrows
p Algebra I
' Andy Barner
4' Greg Twiehaus
ll Davin Martin
ds Outstanding Vo-Ag Student
l Beth Kennedy
V Holly Vanderslice
,l Accounting I
, Donna Holliday
b Denise Kennedy
l Glen Fields
ill Robin Gustafson
,i Cheryl Snead
T Sharon Willets
lp Typing II
QV Personal Typing
4' John Mairelles
All Round Artist
comp II fur rr
Creative Writing I
ALL SCHOOL AWARDS
E Academy for Outstanding High School Juniors -
' OBU ......................... Leslie Simpson
National Honor Society ............ Mike Mullins,
i American Youth Foundation 'LI Dare YOU"
i ............... Connie MacWatters, Cecil Wolfe
l Student of Today ............ Lucinda Lemmons,
,V National Merit Finalists ............ Max Maynard,
Nu Cathy Canfield
'L All Round Senior Boy and Senior Girl
'V ...................... Brad Price, Anne Mayes
ll Boys State Dave Buck
V Conrad Caldwell Randy McCarthy
' Cecil Wolfe Matt Moore
ti Mustang High School Citizenship Awards
A Mike Mullins Pam Reynolds
rl' Mustang High School Special Scholastic Awards
Q Kevin MacWatters
r Stephen Lieber
Academic Awards 177
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Baccalaureate was held Sunday, May 16.
Rev. Kenneth Pamplin gave the invocation,
and the Concert Choir provided the music.
Mr. Rowley introduced the speakers: Rev.
Jim McNabb gave the address, and Rev.
Bob Farney gave the benediction. Mrs. Sal-
lie Franks played the processional and the
1. Seniors rnarch in and take their seats, 2. Rev. Bob
Famey gives the benediction. 3. Rhonda Spears sings
"Mahogany". 4. Mr. Walker keeps things on schedule
as seniors file into the auditorium.
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Adams, Cindy, So., 25,68,69,118
Adcock, Sammy, So., 25,83
Akers, Debra, Jr., 62,66
Albers, Cari, Jr., 72
Albin, Mike, So., 25
Alford, Gyles, Sr., 62
Allen, Rick, So., 25
Allen, Randy, 83
Allen. Tuesdae, Fr., 6,66,79,114.
Alred, Angela, Fr., 33
Amos, Whitney, Sr., 62
Anderson, Joe, Sr., 8,83
Anderson. Paige, Sr., 8,83
Anderson, Patrick, Fr.. 33,83
Anderson, Teresa, Fr., 33,71,77,131,133
Andrews, Deborah, So., 7,72,73,79
Andrews, Mlchelia, Sr , 8,58,72,73,
Angevine, Rhonda, Fr , 33,72,80
Arms, Tracy. Fr , 33,76,77
Armstrong, Bob, Sr , 8,94,14O,168,169
Armstrong, Debra, Fr.. 33,80
Arnold, Autry, Fr., 33,109
Ashenbrenner, Stacy, Sr., 8
Ashworth. Bill. Sr.. 8,169
Atchison, Angie, So., 25,31
Autrey, Cindy, So., 25,71,77
Autrey, Karen, Fr., 33
Bacon. Todd, So., 25,78,79
Badgsell, Regina, Sr., 8
Baggs, Stacy, Sr., 8
Bailey, Derene, So., 25
Baker, Cynthia, So., 25,68,70
Baker, Robin, So., 25,85
Baker, Rodney, Jr., 140,168,121
Ball, Angela, Jr., 58,77
Ball, Jill, Sr., 8,79,104,169
Banks, Lori, Fr., 33,150
Barber, Robyn, Fr., 33
Barclay, Tim, Jr., 72,81,185
Barks, Jerry, Sr.. 8,59,83
Barner, Andy, Fr., 33
Barton, Bobby, Fr.. 33.100
Batson, Scott, So., 25,130
Baugh, Deborah, So , 25
Bauman, Nathan, So . 25
Beach, Mike, So., 25
Bean, Jim, Sr., 8
Becker, Nancy. Sr.. 8
Beds, Melissa, Fr., 33,e8,s9,so
Behrens, LeAnn, Sr , 8,78,84,85,86,169
Bendavidz, Juan. Fr , 33
Bennett, Robbie, Fr., 33
Bennett, Rose, Sr., 8
Bennett, Shelly, Sr., 79,86
Bennett, Tony, Jr., 62
Benson, Randall, Fr., 33
Berenberg, Barry, Jr., 84,85
Betterton, Lynette, Sr., 25,68,69,131
Billings, Martha, So., 25,81
Bird, Ann, So., 25,49
Bivens, Ty, Fr., 59,815,124
Black, Dawn, Sr., 8,79
Blair, Rhonda, So., 25,7983
Blakemore, Lori, Sr., 8,86,127,128,129,169
Blalock, Sherri, So., 25
Bledsoe, Mike, So., 25,63
Blickensderfer, Nancy, Jr., 22
Blickensderfer, Robert, Sr., 8
Boatman, Debbie, 83
Boatmun, Tim, So., 25,73,79,81
Bobo, William, Fr., 81,82
Boehler, Stacy, So., 26,69,81
Bokahari, Jimmy, So., 26
Boling, Angie, Fr.. 71
Booth, Laurie, So., 26
Booth, Phyllis, Fr,
Bostic, Kay, Sr.. 8,84,95,96,169
Bostic, Tim, Fr., 1
Bowden, Jimmy, Jr., 63
Bowen, Scott, So., 26,68,7O
Bwling, Mark, Sr., 8,70,110,112,112
Bowling, Mike, Sr., 2,8,68,70,169
Bowlware, Shanna, Jr., 86
Box, Jell, Sr, 82,86,169
Box, Stephen, So., 26,31
Boyer, Jyna, Fr., 77,80,109,133
Boyds, lva, Sr , 8
Boyer, Roger, Jr.,
Boyett, Tisha, Fr..
Boyle, Pam, So.,
Brady, Rich, So..
Bradshaw, Stephanie, So., 26
Brackett, Randy, So., 26
Bray, Tracey, Fr.,
Bridger, Billie, Sr.
Briscoe, Lee, Jr.,
Britt, Richard, So., 26,63
Brixey, Jennifer, So., 26,28,66,79.104.
Brooks, Rickey, Fr., 68
Brooks, Robert, Fr., 68
Brooks, Todd, Sr., 8,62,63
Brown, Donald, So., 26
Brown, Gaylon, So., 26
Brown, Jim, Sr.,
Brown, Mike, Jr., 18
Brown, Scott, Sr.
Brus, Brian, S0 .
Bruton, David, Jr., 18,68
Bryan, Sharla, Sr
Bucher, Vickie, Jr., 18,63
Buck, Dave, Jr..
Bumblis, J , Fr., 135
Burdick, Nina, Jr., 18
Burkhalter, Helen, Jr., 18,63
Burnett, Tim, Jr..
Burrows, Rhonda, So., 26
Bush, Mary, Jr., 18.72,73,104
Bussey. Kelli, So.
Bussey, Richard, Sr., 9,169,171
Butcher, James, 83
Butler, Donna, So., 77
Butler, Mike, Jr.,
Bird, Dennis, So., 26
Byrd, Ann, So., 118
Byrd, Daniel, Sr., 9
Byrd, Douglas, Jr., 18,83
Cagle, Doug, So.
Cagle, Karen. Sr.
Caldwell, Conrad, Jr., 18,723.86
Calhoun, Shannon, 124
Cammack, Stephanie, So., 26.71.85
Campbell, Kenny, Sr., 9
Campbell, Staci, So.. 26.77,118
Canfield, Cathy, Sr., 9,72,83,86
Cargill, Jon, So.,
Carpenter, Karen, Jr., 18,75,77
Carpenter, Ken, Sr., 9,54,62,78,83
Carroll, Sam, 83
Carter, John, Sr., 9,130
Carter, Randy, Jr., 18
Cashman, Margerie, Jr., 62
Catlett, Shawnda, So., 26,77
Chapman, Renee, Sr., 9,236,104,149
Charries, Kevin, Fr., 92
Chatham, Johnny, So., 26,68,81
Chavez, Billy, So., 26,62
Cherry, Renata, Fr., 77
Chesser, Patricia, Fr., 86
Chestnut, Terry, Sr., 9,95,148,169,121
Chestnut, Troy, Jr., 18,22,89,96,97,98,99
Cheyne, John, Sr., 9
Clark, Christi, So., 26
Clark, Sharmah, So.. 26
Claypool, Blain, So., 27
Claypool, Donette, Sr., 9,79
Cleveland, Beverly, Sr., 9,56
Cleveland, Karen, So., 79.81,136
Cleveland, Mike, 83
Cline, Tim, So., 27
Cluck, Gerald, Fr., 92,135
Cobb, Roy, Fr., 92,100,124
Cobble, Richard. So., 27,83
Cole, George, Sr., 9
Coleman, Cathy, Fr., 109,133
Coleman, Teri, Sr., 9.84.85,150
Conway, Kristina, So., 27,80
Cook, Kelly, 60
Cooper, Delores, Sr., 9,75,77,86
Copeland, David, Jr., 18,72,73,152
Corbett, Karen, Jr., 18,83
Courtney, J., Fr., 84,823,150
Cowns, James, Jr., 18,63,64
Cox, Kelly, Jr., 18
Cox, LaDonna, Jr., 18,50,66,67,77.79.
Cox, Tim, Sr., 9,78,86,139
Coy, Chip, So., 27,72,173
Crank, Lian, Fr., 81
Cross, Kevin, So., 27,110
Croisant, Mike, 83
Cluberson, Carson, So., 27
Cunningtubby, Shelly, Sr.. 9
Curtin, Jay, Fr., 92
Cusick, Denise, So., 27,72,73,79,85
Dallas, Scott, Sr., 9
Dalrymple, Lyndell, Jr.. 18
Dalrymple, Randall, Jr.. 18
Daugherty, Terry, Sr., 9,11O,114,158,15'
Davenport, Charles, Fr., 71,192
Davey, Michelle, Sr., 9
Davidson, Rex, Jr.. 62
Davies, Helen, Sr., 9
Davis, Danny, So., 26,27,121,123
Davis, Deborah, So., 27
Davis, Ricky, Sr., 9,83
Davis, Michael, Fr., 86,92
Dayton, Dennis, So., 27
Dean, Toni, Fr., 80,118
Decker, Neil, Jr., 18,49,63
Denison, Bobby, Sr., 9,57,78,79,
Denton, Marianne, So., 27,109,117,116,118
Denton, Michelle, Fr., 71
Denton, Mike, Sr., 9,79,169,137
DeRosa, Pat, So., 27,63
Deupree, Chance, So., 27,79,83
Deupree, Chisholm, S., 27,79,83
Devous, Darren, Fr., 92,100
Dixon, Bobby, Sr., 9,141,143
DVAUV1 Stuart, Sr., 9
Dodson, William, Sr., 131
Dolton, Russ, Jr., 18
Douglas, Ronnie, Fr., 71
Doyle, Pam, Sr., 9,66,78,79,165.
Dozier, Paul, 83
Dromgoole, Mike, Jr., 18
Drumtra, Kelly, Jr., 18.68.69
Drusch, Karen, Sr., 9
Dubberstein, Danny, Fr., 130,135
Duck, Karen, Sr., 10
DuJardin, Mike, Jr., 18,63
Duncan, Dana, Sr., 10,67,79,154,118
Duncan, J. Sr., 10,139
Duncan, John, Jr., 18,139
Duncan, Wands, Sr., 10,63
Dupler, Daleen, Jr., 18,72,79
Dykes, Michelle, So., 27,30,79
Dysinger, Debra, Fr., 55
Dysinger, Tim, Jr., 18.63
Easterling, Chris, Fr., 92
Eddings, Melinda. Sr., 10,79
Edwards, Laura. Sr.. 10,68,70
Edwards, Mark, Sr.. 10.86.139
Edwards. Micki, Jr.. 18.75.77
Eells. Dede. Sr., 10.140.168,117,118
Eggenberg. Jay, 83
Elliott. Kim. So.
Elliott. Lynell, Jr.. 18.79
Elliott, Melodee, Sr., 10,81
Ellis. Deana. Sr . 10
Ellis. Monte, 83
Ellis, Tanya, Jr.. 18,79
Ellison, Lisa, Jr., 19
Ely. Patrick, So
Ely. Suzanne, Sr., 10.68.81
y, Jr . 19.62
Ennis, Liz, Fr.. 71.80
Eslick, Sonia, Jr., 19,68.70
Estes. Terri. Sr.
Evenge, R.. 84,85
Everett, Tracy. Fr , 81
Farris, Brent, Jr
Farris, Terri, Jr.
Farris, Stacy. 118
Fenimore, Todd, So.. 27
Fennel, Jaretta, Jr., 19
Fesler, Tammy. Sr.. 10
Fuerborn. Julie. 83.136
Fields. Glen, Sr., 81.86
Fields. Melissa, So.. 27
Fischer, Dawn, Sr.. 4,7,79,103.104.126,
Flesner, Les, Fr
Flowers. Tammy, So.. 27
Forbes. Jim Bill, Jr., 5.19.7273
Fore. Scott. So.
Fox. Donald. Fr., 68,137
Francis. Susan, Jr., 19,63,64.85,86,150
Franklin. Matt, Fr., 124.125
Gabbert. Dianna. So., 27.63
Franklin, Sharla, Jr.. 126.96.36.199,118
Franks, Angie, Jr., 18.19.49,66.75.77
Franks, Rodney, Fr.. 83
Freeman, Laura. So., 27
Fruits, Becky. Fr., 109.128
Frantom. Tammy. Fr.. 118
Garriott. Gina, 118
Garrett. Cindy, So., 27,28,79.86,127.136.
Garrett, Mary, Sr., 2,188.8.131.52,169.
Garreitson, Monica, So., 27
Garretson. Randy. Jr., 19.72.73
Garrison, Karen, Sr . 67,80
Gausman, Carl, 71
George, Celesta, Jr., 19,715,173
George, Dennis, 139
Giacomo, James, So.. 27
Goins, Roxana. Jr., 6,19.104,128.127
Gomez, Steve. Sr.. 86
Gooch. Charles. Jr., 19.63
Graham, Trina. Jr.. 19
Granger, Leslie, So.. 27.81.131
Grant, David, Jr., 27,83
Guarnera. Dennis. Jr., 19.62
Gurley. Ray, So.. 27
Gurley. Roy. So., 63
Gustafson, Amy, So.. 28,231,136
Gustafson, Robin, Jr . 19
Hacker, Roger. Jr , 19,83
Hackney. Denise, So.. 28
Hadlock, Tami. Jr.. 19.77.81
Haggy. Vickie, Jr, 19,71,184.108.40.206,
Haigler. Rhonda. 82,86
Halbert. Terry, Jr., 19,81
Hale. Angie. Fr., 71
Hale. Brian, Sr . 84,85,86.150
Haley, Eric. Fr.. 92,135
Hall, John, Jr.. 19.79.137
Hall. Robin. So . 28
Halsey, Meaghan, Jr.. 3.19
Halsey, Thane. So . 28.83
Hamilton, Andy. Jr., 19
Hapgood, Denise. Fr.. 71.81
Hanna, Jeff. 83
Hapke. Cheryl, Jr., 19,68,86
Hargis. Clint, 64,615,149
Hargis. Gina. So., 28
Harper, Jerald, Jr., 62
Harper. Mike. So.. 28.85.150
Harrell, Theresa, So., 28,77
Harrison. Darren, Jr.. 63
Harrison, LeeAnn, Sr., 3,77,102,104.
Hartnett. Cindy. Fr.. 131.136,160.163
Hartnett, Dawn, Jr., 19,22.161,163
Hartnett, Stacy, Sr., 169
Hartnett. Timmy, So.. 28.139
Harvey, Richard, So . 28.127
Harames, Morrill, Fr . 68
Harwell. Susan. So , 28,71.80
Hatchett, Johnny. Jr.. 19
Hawkins, Wesley. So.. 28,72
Hayes. John. So.. 28
Haynes, Greg, So.. 28,68.81,83.137
Heacock, Barbara, So., 28.77
Heacock, Charlotte. Jr., 63
Helmka. Julianna, Fr., 36.80
Helms, Clyde. Fr.. 36
Henry. Tammy. So., 28,77.80
Henshaw. Rodney, Jr., 79.84,86.150
Hensley. Denise, S
Henson, Gina. 131
Henson. Linda. Fr., 36,109.68
Herron, Marla, So.
Herron, Scott. Sr..
Hicks, Glen, 63
Hilbern. Tanya. Sr.. 79
Hill, Diana, Fr., 36
Hill, Larry. Fr., 36
Hill. Scott. So., 28.121
Hill, Wendy. 19,79
Hindman, Laura, Sr., 75.77
Hinkle, Kathy, Fr.. 36.77.81
Hinshaw. Steven, Jr . 20
Holday, David, Fr., 36
Holllday. Donna. Sr.. 220.127.116.11,86
Holliday. Kay, Jr., 3,20.52
Holly, Tracie. Fr.
Homan, Tim, Fr
Hood, Allen. Fr . 36.81.124
Hood, Sheri. Sr , 68.70
Hopper, Jeff. Jr
Gravitt. Rick. So., 27.139
Green. Becky, So.. 27,81
Green, David, Jr., 18.104.22.168
Green. Gary. Jr.. 19,81.132.133
Green, Tammy, Fr., 81,131,133
Gregg, Terry. Jr., 19,63
Gregory, James, Jr.. 19.96
Griffith, Lisa, So.. 27
Groh, Richard. Sr., 130,132,133
Groh. Samantha, So.. 27.77.136,150
Hornbeck. Don. Sr.. 12
Horton. Andrea. Jr.. 20.72.80
Horton, Russ, Sr., 12.59.86
Hott, Karen. Jr., 2O.128,117.118
Howard, Cheryl. Jr.. 20
Howie, Miki, Fr.. 12.36.78,109.133.134
Howie, Vonda, Jr.. 20.79,81.82,84
Huckabay, Wade, Jr.. 19,20.112
Hudgins, Ethel. So., 28.81
Hudson. Terry, Fr., 36.100
Huffman. Brian, So.. 28,63
Hull. Mike, So., 28,36
Humphreville. Sherry, Fr.. 30.71
Hunt, Gerry. Fr., 36.92.137
Hurst. Brian. Jr.. 20
Husmann. Kelly, Sr.. 12,83.117.118
Hutchcroft. Kevin. Sr . 12,48,78.86.150.
Hutmacher, Kenneth, Jr., 20,66,79.
Hutson, Lance. So , 28,22.214.171.124.123
Hutcherson. Daniel, Fr.. 36.137
lkerd. Fran. So., 126.96.36.199,104
lraggi. Steven, Jr . 20
Irwin, Arnold. Fr.. 3692.135
lslas, Stacie, So., 28
Jackson, Brett, Sr.. 83
Jackson. Devin. Sr.. 12.63
Jackson, Gina, Jr., 20,79,174
Jackson. iana, Fr . 36
Jackson. Stacy. Jr., 20.110,115.158, 159
James, Danny. Sr.. 63
Jensen. Marian, Jr . 18,20,49.77,79.82,110
Johnson. Christopher. Jr.. 20
Johnson, Jimmy. Sr., 12
Johnson, Robert. Jr . 63
Jones. Andrea. Fr.. 36.68.69,136
Jones, Christi, Sr, 188.8.131.52,169.
Jones. Dana. Sr.. 12
Jones. Michael. Jr , 62
Jones. Michele. Fr.. 36
Jones. Susie. So., 28,31.81,136
Jones. Todd. Fr , 92
Jones. Vicki, Jr.. 29.62
Justik. Darlene, S.. 28,117,118
Keenum. Darla, Fr.. 36
Kekalos, Kim. So . 28.79
Kekalos, Tom. So.. 29.137
Keig. Mike. Fr., 36.68
Keller, James, Sr . 12.63
Keller. Steve. So . 29
Kelly, Brian, Sr., 12,96,137
Kelly, Michele. Fr , 36
Kennedy, Beth. Sr.. 184.108.40.206.170
Kennedy, Denise, 20.66,220.127.116.11
Kennedy. Kristine, So . 18.104.22.168.81
Kennedy. Phillip, Fr . 36
Kersh. Greg, Fr., 36,82
Key,Cindi. Fr. 36.81
Key, Phillip. So . 29
Kimball, Brian. So . 29
Kimball, Greg. Jr . 20,63
Kimmel. Kan. So . 29.77
Kimmel. Karla. Sr. 12.66.136
Kimmel. Paul. Fr . 36
Kinder. Gary. Jr.. 20.110
Kinder. Mondy. Fr . 36.83.124
King. Jeff. Sr. 12.59.89
Kirk, Angela. Fr . 37.80.118
Kirth, Sandra, So . 29.79
Kline. Tina. 2017.81.85
Knight. Alan. So.. 29
Kolar. Denise. 37.86.136
Kolar. Leroy. Jr . 20.56.68
Konzak. Tina. Jr.. 20
Kopp. Kevin. So.. 29.52.83
Krouch, Lynn. So.. 29.77
Krouch. Todd. Jr , 20
Kudron, Jill. Fr., 27.77.109
Kuhlman, Karen. F1 . 37
Lacy, Randy, Sr . 12.63
Lafnllette. Kristi Fr., 37 .77.81.136
Lance, Lane, So., 29
Lane, Terri, Fr.. 22.214.171.124
Lankford, Stuart. Sr.. 12.73.81
Larson. Jodie, Sr., 12,05
Lasswell, David, So.. 29,68,70
Latham. Elaine. Fr.. 37.133
Lathey, Damiel. Sr.. 12.67
Latney, Kim. Jr.. 20.68
Laurent, Sandra. So.. 29.68
Laurent, Steven. Jr.. 20,68
Lavelle. Lisa, So.. 126.96.36.199
Lavelle, Wendy, Fr., 37.78.136
Layton. Tracy. So.. 29.55
Lee, Mark, Sr., 12.83
Lee. Soo Son. Fr.. 37.77
Lefrancis. Muriel, Fr.. 37
Legg. Jeff. Jr.. 20,110
Legg, Kevin. Fr., 37.92
Legg. Stacy, Sr.. 12
Lemmons. Lucinda. Sr . 12.82.86
Lemmons. Roger, Fr., 37.92.135
Lewis. Kevin. So.. 29.66,67.164.166
Lewis. Lisa, Fr.. 37
Lewis, Michael, So.. 29,85.86.150
Liberton. Kathy. Jr., 20
Liberton, Mark. Sr.. 12.62.83
Lieber. Stephen. Sr.. 12,84,85
Linden, Darren, 12.79.96,121
Linden, Glenn. Fr.. 37.92,100.135
Linden, Jeff. Jr . 21
Lindsey, Kelly, Jr , 21,81,97,150
Linfoot. Eric, Jr , 21.68.780.73
Lively. Brent. So.. 29
Lowder, Lori, Sr . 12.83
Lukaszek, Laurie. Fr . 37.76,77,109.133
Luken, Craig. Fr.. 37.92.135
Luken. Tonja, Fr.. 37
Lunsford. Bruce. Jr.. 21
Lutz, Loren. Jr.. 188.8.131.52,86.150
Lyde. Greg. Sr.. 1283.166
Lloyd, Steve, Jr.. 133
MacWatters, Connie. Jr.. 21,79,84,85
MacWatters, Kevin, 12,86
Macy, Gina, Fr., 37
Maddox. David. Sr.. 12.72.73,79,96,98,
Maddox, Mia. Fr.. 37,71
Maddox, Pippa. So.. 29.71.110
Maddox, Tia, Fr.. 37.71
Maddux. Cynthia. So., 29,104
Madsen, Teresa. So., 29,81
Majors. Jo Lynn, Sr., 13,83
Malicott. Debra. Jr., 21.63.72
Maloney, Dawna, Jr , 21,77
Mandrell. Christina, Fr., 37.77,
Mandrell, Greg, Sr., 12
March. Julie, Sr., 13.67.155
Martin, Dawn, Fr . 37
Martin. Tim. Fr., 29,71
Martin. Pam, Jr.. 21.22.79
Mason, Kathy. So.. 29,117,118
Mason. Stacy, So , 29
Matthews. Chuck, Sr . 13,63
Matthews. DeAnn. Jr., 21.79.118
Matthews. Richard. 37.82.130
Mayes. Anne. 84.85.169
Maynard. Max. Sr.. 13.86.169
McAlpin. Steve, Fr . 37
McCain. Sheila, So., 29.78
McCarthy, Pam. Fr., 27.68.109
McCarthy, Randy, Jr., 21.68.80
McCarthy. Donna. Fr.. 37,69
McCarthy. Lisa. Sr., 12,63
McClung. James. So., 29
McConnell, Pam. Sr., 13,170
McCool. Stacy, Fr., 37.68.80
McCool. Steve, Sr.. 13.82
McCoy, Don. Sr., 13
McCullough. Kara. Fr., 37.68.69
McCullough. Kasi, Fr., 37.68.69
McCullough, Kirsti. Sr., 12,127,128.129
McCullough, Penny. So.. 29.77
McCutchan, Chrissy, Fr., 37,71,80
McDaniel. Jeff, Jr., 21,62,110,112
McDonald. Melinda. Jr.. 21.79
McElroy. Rachel, So.. 29.79
McEvoy. Sue. Sr., 13
Mclntyre. Billy, Jr.. 21
McLaughIen, Christy, Fr.. 37,77.80
McMahan. Felisa, Jr., 21,79
McMahill, George, Fr.. 37.83
McMahill, Lisa, Jr., 21,72
McMillan, Robert, Jr.. 21.63
McNeil, Matt, Fr., 37
McNeill. David, So.. 85
McNutt. Larry, Jr , 21,68.70.73
Meeks. Holly. So . 184.108.40.206,104
Meeks, James. So., 29.83
Megehee. Donald, Jr.. 21.70.68
Jr , 21.62.83
Melton. Trenton, Fr.. 37.124
Metheny, Lisa, Jr, 21.72,74.86
Meyer. Kim. Sr.. 220.127.116.11.85,86,150
Michel, Lori, Fr
Middaugh. Ricky, Jr., 19,21,70,82.
Middaugh, Scott, Sr.. 13,121,l23,169
Miller, Bobby. So.. 68
Miller, Matt, Sr.. 12.83.86
Ott, Sandra. Jr.. 21,81
Owen. Debra, Jr., 21.68
Owens, Billy, Fr.. 92
Owens, Krista, Jr., 21
Owens, Laura. Sr., 14
Owens, Morgan, Jr., 22
Owens. Rhonda. Fr , 68.70.131
Owens, Richard, So., 30.70
Miller, Nicky, Sr.. 13.96.97
Milt. Susan. Sr., 13,104.169.170
Mitchell. Brandon, Jr., 21.54.83
Mitchell, Garry. So., 29
Pace. Gordon, Sr.. 63
Pace, Jimmy. Jr.. 22.63
Palmer, Ross. So.. 30
Pankalla. Paige. Jr . 22.84.85
Partin. Jeff. Sr., 14
Partin. Kelly. Sr.. 14.117.118
Patterson. Gary, Jr., 2283.110
Patton, Jay. Sr.. 14,63.78
Patzack, Lessa, Jr., 22.63.83
Paulson, Fred. Jr.. 22.70.121
Pavlik. George. Jr.. 22.63
Peach, Kelli, So.. 30.77.78
Pebworth, Dawn. Sr.. 14.63
Peck. Carrie. Sr.. 14
Pederson, Suzette, So., 30.79.85
Permenter, Renee, Fr.. 56,77,85.150
Perkins. D'Michael, Fr., 92
Petroff, Mike, Jr., 22.83
Moberly, Rick, Sr.. 13
Mock, Teresa, J
Monroe, Mark. Sr.. 4,14.169.121
Montgomery, Bruce. Fr., 92
Moore, Buck, Jr.. 67,72,73,79.152,154.162
Moore. Chuck, Jr., 21.55.63
Moore. Don, Jr.
Moore. Lisa. So., 19,131,133
Moore, Matt. Jr
Moore, Thomas, So.. 29
Morawski. John. So., 83
Morgan. Tia, Fr.. 76.77
Morton. Larry, Jr.. 21.63
Moses. Julie, Sr
Mowdy, Janet. Sr.. 14
Mullindore, Ken, So., 30
Mullins. Michael, Sr.. 12.78.86,116.171
Myers. Kell, So.
Neeley, Cindy, Sr.. 86
Nelson, David, So.. 30.83
Nelson. Diana, Sr.. 14
Nelson. Mike. Sr.. 14,68
Nelson. Mitch, So., 18.104.22.168.132,133
Phares, Danny, Jr., 63
Phares. Kenneth, So.. 30.63.83
Phillips. Jill. Fr., 71,80
Phillips. Kara. 109
Phipps, Curtis. So.. 30.83.160,163
tt, Nelson. So., 30
tt, Russ, Jr , 22,63
Ploch. Karla. So . 30.72.73
Poe. Jimmy. Fr., 92.135
Polasek. Penny, Jr., 2277.86
Porter, Matthew. So.. 30
Porter, Robin, Sr . 14,169
Posey. Darren. So., 26.28.30,132,133
Posey. Todd. Sr.. 14,169
Teresa, So., 30
Price, Bradley. Sr.. 22.214.171.124.86,169
Price. Cindy. So . 30.84.85
Price. Deann. Fr.. 68
. Dedria, Sr. 14.77.8286
le. Dale. Sr.. 14.139
Prock, Vickie. Sr. 14
Debra, Fr.. 81
Jeff. Jr.. 19,22.121,141,168
Terrie. So.. 30,81
r, Kim. Sr.. 14
r. Rachel, So., 31
Radtchel. Krista. Jr.. 22,118
Raines. Scott, So., 31,96.97.98,99
Jerry, Jr . 22,72
Lisa. So.. 31.118
Newcomb, Jeannie, So.. 30
Newcomb. Lanny. Sr.. 14.62
Newman. Rodney. So., 30
Nguyen, Dink. Fr., 82
Nickel. Tony, Sr.. 14,96,102.157.156,169
Nichols. Sunni, So.. 30.77
Nield. Jamie. So., 126.96.36.199
Nixon, Eric., So . 30
Norton, Lisa. Sr.. 14,80
Norvell. Gayla, Fr , 85.150
Norvell, Jamel. Sr., 14
Null, Brent, Fr.. 92,100.35
Nunn, Scott. So , 30.57
O'Brien. Shawn, Fr.. 81,100,137
O'Connell. Andrew. Jr., 21
Ochada, Veronica. Jr., 21
Odom. Julee, So., 30
Oliver, David. Fr.. 83.92
Oliver. Sandy, So.. 30,86
Olson. Kurt. Sr., 14.62.83
Oltermann, Cari, Fr.. 68
Oltermann, Karl, So., 30.83
Olson, Pam, Fr., 71
O'Neill, Danny. So.. 30
Orr, David, So., 30,83
Ralls. Terrie. Jr . 22
Ramey, Tim. So., 31.63
Ramsey. Charles, Jr., 22
Rankin. John. Sr., 14.5O,67,110
Raper. Danny, Sr., 55
Read, Eddy, So.. 31.83
Reed, David, So.. 26.31.83
Reed. Gary. So., 31
Reed. Lloyd, Fr.. 71 V10
Reed, Renee, So.. 31
Reed, Tim, Jr . 22,63
Reese. Joella. Fr., 80.82
Reis. Phyllis. Sr., 79.86.169
Reisman, Doug. Jr.. 22
Renchen. Jeffrey. Fr.. 92,124,125
Reusser. Jennifer, Jr.. 22.104
Reusser. Neal, Sr . 15.171
Revel. Chris. Jr.. 22.63.121
Reynolds, Jacque. Sr . 86
Reynolds. Pam. Sr.. 188.8.131.52.85.86.136
Rice, Mark. Fr.. 92.135
Ricketts. Jenny, So.. 31.77
Riddle, Michelle. Fr., 77
Riggins. Cynthia. Sr.. 15
Riggins, Stephanie. Jr.. 22
Riggins. Jayna, So.. 31
Rigsby, Brian. So.. 82.83
Riley, James. Jr., 68,70
Riley, Linnett, Jr., 22
Doug, Fr., 92
Roark. Nicky, Jr., 22,49
Roberson, Tory, Sr., 15
Roberts, Lance. So.. 31
Roberts, Gregory, So., 31.68.83
Robison, Ken, Jr., 22
Kim, Fr., 81,150
Monte, Jr., 22,110
Romasz, Dana, Fr., 80
Root, Billy, Sr., 15.110.112,113.115.158.
Ross, Terri, Jr., 23,50,66,79.128,117.118
Roth, Mike. So.. 31.841.85.150
Spears, Rhonda, Se., 6.15.72,73,79.
Spencer, Ronnle, So., 31
Stafford, Todd, So.. 31,83
Stamp, Sylvia. Jr., 18.23,51.82,104
Stanley. David, Sr., 86,94,96,127,
Stratton, Samantha, Fr., 40
Stevens, Bobby, 83
Stephens. David, So.. 31
Stephens, Sean. Jr., 23.72,73,139
Stevens, Brends, Jr., 23,166,148
Stevens, Dana, Jr., 23,58,73,117
Stevens, Greg, Fr.. 40
Stevens. James, So., 86
Stewart, Donna, Sr., 78.80.84-,85.139,150
Stewart, Shawn, Fr., 40.81
Walters. John. Fr.. 40,81,92.124
Warner, Craig, Jr., 63.83
Warner, Katy. Sr., 16,72,73,86,169
Warren, Darren. Fr., 40.92.100,135
Watts. Robert. Fr., 40
Weatherford, Lee, Sr., 16.79.83
Weathers. Richard. Sr., 16,78,82,84,
Weaver, Charles. Jr., 84.85,86.150
Weaver, Dianna, Fr., 40
Webb, A. Scott, So., 79
Webster, Susan, So., 86,104
Welch, David. Fr., 40.56,85,92,150
Wells. Julie, So., 71,77
West, Carry, Jr.. 79,150
West: Chris, 63
West, Dara, 118
Rouner. Robert, Sr., 15
St. John, Ricky. West.
Rountree. Marky, Jr., 23,72,73,80
Rouner. David, So., 31
Rowan, Terry, Sr., 15,83
Rowe. Darla, So., 31.79.133
Ruhde, Phillip. Sr.. 15.139
Ruiz. Richard, Sr., 15,81,84.85,150
Russell, Stephen, Sr., 15
Sachs, Bryan. Fr., 81,82
Sachs. Derek. Sr.. 82.841.85.150
Sample, Tracy, Fr., 68.69
Sanders. Jamie. Sr., 2,5,15,79.149,169,170
Sanders, Susan. Jr., 23
Sapp. Richard, 15.68.70
Schneck, Debra, Sr., 15
Schmidt, Steve, So., 81
Schones, David, So., 31,70
Schones. Lee, Sr., 15
Schunemann, Kim. So., 31
Schwarts, Matt, Jr., 23.63.82
Seagroves. GReg. Jr.. 23,63
St. John, Ricky,
Stiles, Gary. So.. 96,121,123
Stockholm, Jeanie, So.. 83
Stokes, Robert, Jr., 23
Stone, Tandy, Jr.. 6,23,50,66,79
David, Fr., 40.83
Wheeler, Lori, Jr., 127.128
Whetstone, Donna. Sr.. 16,67,79,154.
Whitaker, David, Fr.. 40,100
Wicker, Michael. Fr., 40,71.92
Wiedemann. Gene, Jr.. 63
See, Derek, Sr., 15
nt, Alan, So.. 31
Jeff, So., 31.84.85
Shade, Robert. Jr., 23,70,132,133
Shane. Jeffrey, Jr., 23.79
Shaw. Karen, So., 77.131
Shaw, Kyndel, Sr.. 15.66,79.128,129.
Shaw. Richard, So., 130
Shaw. Bryan, So., 31
Shaw. Steve. So., 31
Strain, Sharri, So., 81
Stratman, Vicki, Sr., 169,121
Stringer, Shannon, So., 75
Stringer, Shawna, Sr., 40.77.79
Stubbs, Kimberly. Jr., 23.63
Stubbs, Kristy, Fr., 40
Stuecher, Kelly, Sr., 15,80
Stutler. Andrew, Jr., 68.96.97
Stutler. Scott. So., 68.81
Sweeney, Donald, Fr., 40,92,100,
Swink. Margaret, So.. 85,86
Taft, P. J.. 174
Talley, Annette, Sr., 15,79
Taylor, Glenn, Fr.. 40,92
Taylor, Kim. Sr.. 184.108.40.206.79.
Taylor, Mindy. Fr., 40.71
Taylor, Randall, Fr.. 40,135
Teeples, Kari. Jr.. 2.22.63,82.86,136
Teeples, Todd, Fr.. 40.100,125,l24
Terrett, Brenda, Sr., 2.15.75,77,82,86,94.
Thomas, Earl, Sr., 15
Thomas, Mildred, Fr.. 40,83
Thomas, Stacia, Jr., 49,79
Wiedemann. Keith, Fr., 40.83
Wiedemann. Martin, Fr., 40
hris. Fr., 40,121.124.125
Wilkerson. Tony. Fr., 40,83
Williams, BEcky, Jr., 63
Williams, Jeannette, Sr.. 16,79,170
Williams, LaDana, So.. 131,133,134
, Teresa, Fr.. 40.109,133.134
.Terri, Sr., 16,66,79.164,166
. Kimberly, So., 85
. Brian. Sr., 16,83
. Eddie, Jr.. 22.70.137
Wilson, Julie. Jr., 2,77
Winders, Robert. Jr., 72,73,84.85,152
Kari, Sr.. 16
Jim. Sr., 16
Wolf, Cecil. Jr., 81.82.83
Woodruff, Tony, So., 26
Woods. Ronnie, Sr., 16.82.121
Woodward, David, Sr., l6,83,110.
Woodward, Jeff, Sr., 16
Workman, Fara, So., 79,118
Workman, Marty, Fr.. 40.124
Worley. Susan, Jr.. 77.79.81
Worthy, Lori, Jr., 50.66.67 155
Wray, Bobbie, Fr.. 40
Wray, Robert. Fr.. 40
Shepherd. Eric, Sr. 15
Shepard, Donna, Sr.. 51.15.170
Sheppard, Troy, So.. 31
Sholer, Lori, Jr., 23,77
Sholl, Kathleen, Fr., 69,136
Shorter. Dona, Sr., 15,79
Shrader, Garen, Jr.. 23
Shultz, Roy. Jr., 23.63.110
Shultz, Roy, Jr., 112,113
Shumard. Lana, Jr., 63
Shumard. Jerome, Sr.. 15
Simon, John, Fr.. 92
Simon. Don, So., 31,83
Simpson. Delben, So . 31
Simpson, Andrea, Fr., 68.69
Simpson. Leslie. Jr., 23,72,73,79
Sims, Teri, Jr., 23,68,69,118
Singleton, Tohnia, So., 31,81
Thomason. Jim, Sr.. 15
Thompson. Donna, Fr.. 40,77.85,15O
Thompson, Jeffery, Sr., 15
Thompson, Robert, Sr., 16,150
Translavina, Lisa. So., 81
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Triplett, Teri, So., 2,31.77,79,86.
True, Deborah, Fr.. 40,150
Turner. Miki, Fr., 40
Twiehaus, Gregory, Fr., 40,100
Twiehaus. Jeff. Fr., 40,100
Ulrich, Diana, Sr., 16
Skaggs, Darryl, So., 31
Sloan, Kirk. Jr., 23,63
Smalley, Kirk, Jr., 23
Smith, Dana, So., 2.31.77,104
Smith. Darren, Sr., 15,96,98,99.103,
Smith, Julie, Fr., 40.77
Smith. Mandy. So.. 31.86.11O,117,118
Smith. Tami. Sr.. 15.78.170
Underwood, Robert, So.. 83
Vanderslice. Holly, Sr.. 16
VanTuyle, Jeffery. Fr., 40.83.124
VanTyle. D, Lance, Sr., 16,59,63,86
Vaughn. Dianna, So., 68
Vernon, Parke, Sr., 63
Wade. Myra. Sr., 16,71
Wajda, Dede, Fr.. 40.76.77
Waldron, B. Louise, Jr., 77,79
Wright, Lisa, Jr., 64
Alex, Fr., 40
Yelley. Sherri, 118
Wes, Sr.. 16.68.170
Young. Rhonda, Jr.. 83.54
Young. Robert. Jr., 59
Young. Teri. Sr., 16
Snead. Cheryl, Jr., 23.75.77
Snethen. Joann, Jr.. 23.63.80
Sober, Debbie, Fr.. 40
Sober, Gail. Jr.. 23
Spargur. Jason. So.. 31.150
Spear, Jill, Sr., 15.81.85
Walker, Kim, Sr., 63 V
Walker, Kurt. Jr., 83
Walker, Robert, Fr., 40,100
Walker. Shelly, Sr.. 16.80
Michael. Fr.. 40,83
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