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CRAIG MONLAR • ROBERT MONTANA • CHERYL MOORE • CYNTHIA MOORE • LAWONNA MOORE • LAURA 
MOSTER • ADRIA MOTIEJUNAS • MARIA MUJIC • JEFFREY MUROWSKY • MARRY MURPHY • MARILYN 
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SCHAEFER • SCOTT SCHERBARTH • 
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SCHULTZ • NANCY SCHULZ • ROBERT 
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DAVID SEGULIN • DAWN SERGENT • 
JOHN SHIPPITKA • JENNIFER SHUSKY 
• BRIAN SIM • CHORKCHAI 
SIMAKAJORNBOON • MONICA 

SIMMONS • AMY SKILJAN • JEFF 
SLATTERY • JEFFREY SMITH • 
KIMBERLY SMITH • MARK SMITH • 
ROBERT SMITH • DIANE SMRDEL • 
JOSEPH SOPKO • MITCHELL SOTKA • 
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• DAVID STEEVES • STEPHEN STEGH • 
CAROL STENNIS • JANET STERBANK • 
TRACY STONE • BRIAN STOWDER • 
MELISSA STUPER • KAREN STUPICA • 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN • WENDY 
SUMMERS • MATTHEW SURRENA • 
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JEFFREY TAYLOR • PAMEIA TAYLOR • 
ROBIN TAYLOR • DANIEL TEKANCIC • 
MICHELE TEKIELI • MICHAEL 
TEMPLETON • AMY TERANGO • 
DEBORAH TESTA • LINDA THOMAS • 
RICHARD THOMPSON • ALMEDA 
TISDER • LUANN TOMASI • ANDREW 
TOMC • RENEE TONNI • JULIE TOTH • 
PHILIP TOUSCHNER • CHRISTINE 
TREBEC • DAVID TRESSLER • JEFFREY 
TROBENTER • TERENCE TROCHECK • 
TRACY TUCKERMAN • CHRISTINA 
TURKALL • STEVEN TURNER • DAWN 
TURPIN • STEPHANIE UNICK • KARINA 
URBANCIC • KRISTEN URDZIK • BRIAN 
VALENTINE • TRACY VAN BENEDEN • 
PHYLLIS VENABLE • THOMAS VINCENT 
• NICOLETTE VITOLO • SHANNON 
WAGNER • VIRGINIA WAGNER • COLEEN WAJAHN • 
MARK WAKSMUNSKI • PATRICK WALSH • THOMAS 
WANAMAKER • GAIL WARD • KENDA WARD • KORINE 
WARD •KATHYWERRY* LEON WESTJR* JACQUELINE 
WHEELER 'SADIA WHEELER •SHAREICE WHITEHEAD* 
RAYNAL WILLIAMS • TROY WILLIAMS • DYANN WILSON 

• THOMAS WIRBEL • ROBERT WOOTTEN • LAURIE 
WORKMAN • TERESE YANKO • DAVID YARTZ • ROBERT 
YEHL • ROBERT YOKE • ANDREW YOUNG • DAVID 
YURKOVICH*CHRISTINEZADNIK«DENISEZAHURSKY 

• DENISE ZINGLE • BARBARA ZSCHUPPE • DIETER 
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EUCLIDIAN 

A NEW DEAL 

Euclid High School 

711 East 222nd Street 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

Volume 38 



A NEW DEAL 



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The New Administration: Mr. 
James Wilkens, Superinten- 
dent: Mr. William McGuinness, 
Principal; Mr. Carl Hilling, As- 
sistant Superintendent. 




The New Administration (con- 
tinued): Mr. Ron Seymour, 1 2th 
grade Unit Principal: Mr. Justin 
Antonini, Assistant Principal; 
Mr. Frank Perez, I I th grade 
Unit Principal. 




Theme 



NEW TRENDS 



The Euclid High School student body 
experienced a new deal during the 
1986-87 school year. The most promi- 
nent changes were in the administra- 
tion and continued from there to 
school policies, including the dress 
code. 

The first and foremost change was 
the new Principal. Mr. William 
McGuinness and his Associate Princi- 
pal. Mr. Justin Antonini. The senior 
class, whose Unit Principal was former- 
ly Mr. Antonini. welcomed Mr. Ron 
Seymour, and the junior class received 
Mr. Frank Perez. Mr. Howard Bender, 
former Unit Principal for the juniors be- 
came the Head of the Science 
Department. 



came changes in school policy. The 
pass-fail grading system, which had 
been so popular among foreign lan- 
guage students, was totally eliminated. 
Homeroom was conducted after second 
period, in an attempt to reduce tardi- 
ness, and the dress code was slightly 
altered. Students were permitted to 
wear shorts which "approached the 
knee." 

Over all. the 1986-87 school year 
was characterized by several changes; 
the new administration and its new pol- 
icies. As a result, these changes truly 
made the 86-87 year the year of a new 
deal. 

-Jsfnet Sterbank 




A hall band was formed to [klay between periods to increase school spirit before football games. Tony 




The color of hall passes was changed from green to yellow, making all the old passes that students had 
accumulated over the years obsolete. 



Theme 




Kim Del Monte, Nicole Molnar. Mary Jo Miller. Cindy Cantini, Carolyn Brandich, Dana Scott, and 
Jeanine Oblak enjoy friendship at a pep rally. 



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Elie Chamoun, Clark Bechtal, Eddie Sugar, Kevin McCluskey, Ray Leonard!, and Greg Jordan 
enjoyed the Fall rule that allowed them to wear cooler clothes during the hot days. 



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bmeroom was moved to after second period in 
opes of getting more students to school on time. 



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Due to recurring problems, the Euclid-St. Joe game will 
not be played for at least two years. 

Theme 



Theme 1-5 

Student Life 6 - 21 
Activities 22 - 61 
Academics 62 - 87 
Seniors 88 - 131 
Sports 132 ' 173 
Underclass 174 - 

217 
Advertising 218 - 

243 
Index 244 - 261 
Closing 262-264 




William Shafer. the new band director, made 
many changes to the Marching Band. 



STUDENT LIFE 




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Student Life Divider 



WE'RE IN FASHION 



ashion-wise, this year at Euclid was 
more carefree than ever before. Last 
year we saw tons of stirrup pants, but 
this year we said bye-bye to that fad in 
the fashion world. What was hot this 
year included neutrals, nauticals, navy 
and khaki, and the ever popular tropi- 
cal "jams" shorts with big tee shirts, 
Reeboks. and colorful socks to match. 
In addition, bulky sweaters kept the 
oversize look going strong. To achieve 
a unique outfit, E.H.S. students tried 
matching two opposites, tight and 
loose. The "coolest of the cool" in the 
fashion scene at Euclid were often seen 
wearing oversized sweaters with a pair 
of leggings. But. the preppy styles re- 
mained classics and were strong with 
guys as well as girls. As far as accesso- 
ries, where megga pins, crucifixes and 
long pearls were old news, chain belts 
around minis, silver shoes and purses, 
and "Swatches" were exceptionally 

i". 

Everyone has their own preferences 
about fashion. The students of E.H.S. 
used fashion, whether "in" or "out", as 
an expression of themseles and to typi- 
fy that true Panther spirit and style Eu- 
clid students are known for. 

-Nora Race 



The Marching Band steps along with fashion. 



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Fads/Fashion 



Jeff Grigsby waltzes with his invisible partner atop the band lockers. -^ 




Student Council officers, Adam Stauffer, Tina Soltesz 
and Bill Balazs collecting money at a dance. 



Fads/Fashions 



Wet And Wild 

Downpour Fails To Dampen 
7-0 Homecoming Victory Over Mayfield 



A record crowd at this year's Home- 
coming game was deluged by thunder 
and rain, but donned umbrellas and re- 
mained faithful fans, seeing the Pan- 
thers sloshing through the muddy field 
to finally beat Mayfield, 7-0. 

After the second quarter of play, the 
rains were so bad that halftime was 
held for 55 minutes, and the halftime 
Panther Marching Band show was can- 
celled. Fans huddled together under 
the stadium until the rain held off 
enough to continue play. Finally, 
amidst heavy winds and mud. the game 
was completed, with Euclid proudly 
holding on to their 7-0 lead scored in 
the first half. 

Although the crowning of the Home- 
coming Queen and Court and the 
scheduled fireworks display was post- 
poned until the upcoming Maple 
Heights game, everyone agreed that 
althought this year's Homecoming 
game was wet. it most certainly was 
wild. 

-Stefan ie Sper 



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The enchantment under the stands during the Homecoming Game downpour. 

Homecoming 



Junior Attendant Dana 
I Scott and her escort, 
Tom Holland 



Sophomore Attendant 
Leila Thomas and her es- 
cort. Bob Airhart. 



Undersea Enchantment 



Turning the E-Room into a mirage of 
underwater enchantment, Student 
Council again this year created a spe- 
cial Homecoming semi-formal dance. 
On September 11, couples entering the 
dance lined up for pictures after cross- 
ing an enchanted bridge surrounded by 
many colorful decorations and bal- 
loons. Reigning over the dance was 
Homecoming Queen Kristie Scott, with 
Senior Attendants Kim Novotney and 
Denise Conklin, Junior Attendant Dana 
Scott, and Sophomore Attendant Leila 
Thomas. Enjoying music by a D.J. and 
tasty refreshments, the students attend- 
ing this year's Homecoming all seemed 
to agree that "enchantment" was an 
apropo word for such a good time spent 
with friends or that special someone. 
Senior Beth Lauver seemed to sum up 
everyone's feelings regarding the 
dance, saying, "It was really a lot of 
funi 

-Stefanie Spcr 




Teri Marando, AmyTerango, and Jeff Coy form 
the Three Musketeers. 




Homecoming 




Homecoming 



Spirit Prevails 



As one walks down the halls of Eu- 
clid High School on a Thursday morn- 
ing, the outstanding spirit of the stu- 
dents is apparent by the numerous 
signs adorning the halls. These signs 
are examples of school spirit from wish- 
ing "good luck" to the sports teams or 
a special greeting for a certain player, 
or spirit for an individual class. 

On blue and gold days. Panther Spirit 
wear is worn with pride by many of the 
students. Buttons and signs are present 
everywhere from the classroom to the 
stadium. 

Pep assemblies have proven how re- 
sponsive and spirited Euclid High stu- 
dents can be. The crowd cheers excit- 
edly for the team as the players run 
onto the floor psyched for a victory. 

The student body, led by the class of 
'87. has supported their sports teams, 
win or lose, making Euclid the spirited 
high school that it is. 

-Kerri Radaker 




Harry King, impersonating former principal Lombardo, being carried out of 
the gym by the football team. 




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School Spirit 




Aariene Hribar goes to class with a lot of 
pirit. 



School Spirit 



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At Euclid, school lockers are 
like a home away from home for 
students. E.H.S. students decorate 
their lockers so they don't really 
have to think they are in 
"SCHOOL!" Often, people deco- 
rate their lockers with pictures of 
gorgeous men and women in 
bathing suits, or sometimes with 
pictures of friends, pets and loved 
ones. Where some guys just put a 
mirror in their locker to see how 
they look between classes, others 
really don't care WHAT they look 
like! But, of course all girts have 
to have at least one mirror in their 
locker. 




A locker can mean a lot to a 
person. It shows what kind of 
things they like and sometimes 
even how they feel. Some E.H.S. 
students, like Nora Race and Ka- 
ren Reed, enjoy their lockers be- 
cause they are next to their 
friends and because the lockers 
are close to all of their classes. 
Lockers at Euclid, besides being 
convenient storage places for 
books and coats, are true expres- 
sions of personality and creativ- 
ity. 

-Balee Riley 




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1987 



Scary, Hairy and Fright 



No - your eyes must be deceiving 
you! Surely that wasn't a bunch of 
grapes walking down the hall? You as- 
sure yourself you are just hallucinating 
(probably due to lack of sleep and TOO 
MUCH homework), but do a double 
take when the Panther quarterback ca- 
sually saunters by in a diaper! No, you 
really are not going insane! The only 
thing that you are afflicted with is a 
gigantic dose of Panther Halloween 
Spirit. 

Dressing up in every costume from 
babies to bunnies, kittens to cave girls, 
E.H.S. students (and some teachers!) 
showed their spirit by attending school 
in costume on Halloween. Students 
competed in a costume contest and the 
winners were awarded gift certificates. 
The following Saturday, everyone don- 
ned their costumes again for a smash of 
a Halloween dance. Regarding Hallow- 
een, Janet Sterbank said, "Overall the 
student body showed quite a bit of 
spirit!" 

-Jack O. Lantern 




Halloween 




Halloween 



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Be My Valentine 



B Mi&ic Echos Through The E-Room On Valentine's Day 



Romance filled the air and Cupid's 
arrow struck as E.H.S. students put on 
their dancing shoes for an evening of 
good times at the second annual Valen- 
tine Ball on February 14, 1987. This 
year's theme, "All That Jazz", was 
complemented by not only Student 
Council's superb decorations, but also 
by a jazz ensemble that greeted couples 
as they entered the E-room. Music pro- 



vided by a DJ and tasty refreshments 
added to everyone's evening. The ex- 
citement mounted as this year's lovely 
Queen, Linda A. Miller, and King, Chris 
Linderman, were announced and 
crowned on the dance floor. Complet- 
ing this year's Court for the girls were 
first runner-up Bonnie Parker, second 
runner-up Shannon Wagner, and third 
runner-up Maureen O'Neill. First run- 



ner-up for the guys went to Bob Ander- 
son, with John Karabinus as second 
runner-up and Rob Miller as third run- 
ner-up. All in all, with great music, 
lovely decorations, and good friends, 
an enjoyable time was had by all. Eu- 
clid's second annual Valentine Ball. 
"All That Jazz", was most certainly a 
success. 

-Stefanie Sper 






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Queen Linda A. Miller. <f 



First runner-up Bonnie Parker. 



Second runner-up Shannon 
Wagner. 



Third runner-up M? 
O'Neill. 




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Valentine's Ball 




Sandi Bambic. the 
coordinator of it all. 



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First runtter-Wp Bob Anderson 




Rich Johnson and Shelly Tekieli 
entering through the big heart. 



Institute jazz group that played during the ball. 




Second runner-up John 
Karabinus 





Third runner-up Rob Miller 




The snacks are always so good at the 
dances. 



Valentine's Ball 



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ACTIVITIES 




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Activities Divider 




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Go Panthers 



Activities Divider 



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March in' to a Different Beat 



The EuclidPanther Marching Band 
under went a big change this year. A 
change in marching styles and direc- 
tors. For as long as anyone can remem- 
ber the band was show style. Show style 
is a peppy, high-stepping march, with 
swagger and dancing. The new style is 
called corps style which is more mili- 
tary and reserved. Mr. William Shafer is 
the new director and Mr. Dave Viglione 
is the new assisstant director. The new 
directors said the changes were mainly 
for two reasons. First, that the style is 
what they are most familiar with, and 
the second being that corps style is the 
latest trend across Ohio. 

The season was full of performances. 
The first show's songs were "Sirocco", 
"Easy Lover", and a solo by senior 
Thomas Vincent on trumpet in "Say 
you. Say me". The second show repeat- 
ed "Sirocco" but substituted "Party All 



the Time" as the second song and "For 
your Eyes Only" as the third, featuring 
senior Debbie Murray on baritone and 
senior Rob Srnovrsnik on trumpet. 
Show three opened with "Trooper Sa- 
lute", moved on to "Power of love" and 
closed with junior Rick Penny, featured 
on trumpet, in "America The Beauti- 
ful." The band's season finale opened 
with "Boogie Down" which featured 
Band President Brian Valentine on 
trombone and the band in a dance, and 
then he led the band into Script Euclid. 

Not only did the band perform at 
football games, but they also went to 
the Woolybear Parade where they 
earned a participation trophy, and they 
also held the end of the season March- 
ing Band Concert. 

The overall view of the season was 
positive. The members felt that there 
were pros and cons to the new march- 



ing style. Senior Brian Valentine said. 
"The beginning of the season was slow 
because of the adjustment to a new 
marching style, but at the end we came 
on strong." The directors felt good 
about their "new band". Mr. Shafer 
said, "The band members have had a 
lot to learn and re-learn this year. They 
were very open-minded about the 
changes, and as a result, I think the 
band looked and sounded much 
better". 

There are some final thoughts about 
the season that will live in the hearts of 
the 1986-1987 Euclid Panther March- 
ing Band. Times like the bus number 
two ride home from South High School, 
and the ripped-up Band T-Shirt presen- 
tations. There were also some phrases, 
one like "Earache my eye" and the 
most famous of all. "Art lives." 




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row I. L. Drage. K. Koren. R. Duchon. T. Yuhas. D. Hodnichak. S. Duchon row 1. D. Wood. B. Wolowiecki, G. Pirak. S. Scherbarth. K. Posey. R. Law- 
son, J. Mixon, E. Patterson, C. Cummings, J. Gibson, B. Shafer row 3-. B. Valentine, D. Coy. M. Blasius, R. Lynn, R. Brentar. D. Murray, J. White, N. 
Orazem, D. Mansperger, N. Holloway, D. Houchins, row 4-. R. Renner, V. Rihn, T. Reynolds, M. La Manna, T. Gron, R. Mingle, J. Grigsby, H. Custer, M. 
Hutton, B. Riha, D. Viglione. row 5-. M. Turek, M. Sawyer. J. Tressler, D. Frattin, M. Ferguson, S. Nicks, J. Page, A. Schwartz, J. Segulin, G. Skok, J. 
Maher, L. Pizmoht row &. H. Rohl, J. Murowski, J. Sauer, R. Terlizzi, J. Burlison, L. Ford. C. Burtyk, D. Roth. D. Braidich, S. Christen, T. Vincent, C. 
Murowski row 7: C. Ivaskovic, K. Paroska. M. Long, D. Gubitosi. G. Doboze, S. Rhone, C. Slaughter, R. Wims, T. Baranowski, A. Rooker, K. Davis, C. 
Bryant row St R. Taylor, C. Holland, T. Marando, C. Day, S. Fuhrman, N. Cook. B. Perdan, L. Baber, V. Maddox, J. Sims, L. Roll, K. Benedum, H. Luikart 
row 9-. R. Paradise. L. Statz, J. Henry, J. Keating. S. Jaworsky, S. Reno, K. Faint, C. Renner, B. Zupancic. S. White, C. Moore, D. Roberts, S. Phillips row 
lOi P. Perdan, C. Kristoff, N. Doss, V. Jaworsky, P. McGraw, C. Kleckner, T. Thomas. S. Schilling, S. Hamilton, L. Moster, L. Minadeo 



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Marching Band 




Marching Band 



25 



Just Twirl in' Around 



The l986-'87 majorettes were successfully 
led by captain Teresa Yuhas. All members this 
year were veterans from last year. The major- 
ettes made outstanding performances at the Fri- 
day night football games. Along with the Euclid 
Panther Marching Band and Panther Flag Corps, 
the majorettes were bussed out to Vermilion to 
march in the Wooly Bear Day parade. They also 
marched in the Memorial Day parade. The ma- 
jorettes performed wonderful routines to hit 
songs like "Party All The Time" and "Easy Lov- 
er". Despite a couple of games when it was 
raining so hard they could not perform, the 
majorettes had a fantastic season. 

-Kathie Davis 




The Euclid High School Majorettes-Lisa Drage. Teresa Yuhas. Stacy Duchon, Keiti Koren, 
Diane Hodnichak, and Renec Duchon. 




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Majorettes 



EHS Flag Corps 



Have you ever wondered what is like 
» be a member of the flag corps? Ac- 
jrdlng to first year member Cindy 
leckner, it is basically a lot of hard 
ork mixed in with a lot of fun. Each 
ember has a commitment of attending 
'actice every Monday thru Thursday 
ter school and fourth and fifth period 
ith the band. The results of their hard 
ork are the fine performances you see 
iday nights on the football field. 

The team is coached by Mrs. Hou- 
lins and is led by co-captains Pam 



Perdan and Lisa Minadeo. Most all of 
the team members agree that the final 
perforamnce in front of the audience is 
worth all the hard work, however there 
is a negative aspect to performing in 
front of family and friends. Vicky 
Jaworsky says, "It is so embarrassing to 
goof up with so many people watching 
you!" The whole team agreed that join- 
ing flag corps was a memorable 
experience. 

-Beth Schafer, Marie Sheridan 




Flag Corps: Front-. Sue Schilling, Lisa Minadeo, Stacy Hamilton, Carol Kristoff, Tracey 
Thomas, Pam Perdan, Victoria Jaworsky Back. Paula Mc Graw, Cynthia Moore, Cynthia 
Kleckner, Nickole Doss 





tacy Hamilton and Lisa Minadeo are ready for 
nything 



Flag Corps 



Carol Kristoff. Tracy Thomas, and Nickole Doss 
entertaining at a pep assembly. 



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Filled With Cheer 



This year, Euclid has been blessed 
with one outstanding Varsity Cheer- 
leading squad! They started on their 
way immediately following tryouts last 
year, stopping at cheerleading camp at 
Hiram; there, the cheerleaders were 
awarded superior spirit awards and a 
plaque. At Randall Park Mall, the Varsi- 
ty squad ran away with first place in the 
dance and cheer categories and took 
with them $450 prize money. But we at 
Euclid always knew that our Varsity 
cheerleaders have what it takes to keep 
the crowds roaring and to keep the 
games alive. Says Chris Merencky,"We 
owe our success to a great coach, Traci 
Drowns." The Euclid Varsity Football 
cheerleaders truly represent the spirit 
and the talent that we all know fills the 
halls of Euclid High School. 

'Marie Pasquale 




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Cheers To You 



Spirit, drive, enthusiasm!! Watch out, 
'cause here come those peppy, spunky 
1986-87 basketball cheerleaders! The 
cheerleaders had plenty to get excited 
about this season as the Panther Hoop- 
sters proved to be hot on the court. It 
was the hard work and discipline of the 
Freshman, J.V. and Varsity cheering 
squads that often gave the players the 
momentum and drive to succeed. Prac- 
ticing after school, the girls perfected 
their coordination, agility, cheers, and 
gymnastic skills, which resulted in ex- 
cellent style and enthusiasm at both 



hime and away games, in addition to 
pep rallies. The girls learned to work 
not only with each other, but with the 
entire student body in keeping alive 
that Panther spirit. 

It was through the work of the 1 986- 
87 E.H.S. basketball cheerleaders that 
the hoopsters captured that extra ener- 
gy needed for victory. A heartfelt 
thanks goes to each and every E.H.S. 
basketball cheerleader. It has been one 
terrific season. 

-Stefanie Sper 





The basketball cheerleaders performing iheir artistry on the court. 



30 



Basketball Cheerleaders 




Varsity Cheerleaders: Row I : Tiffany Oatman. Row 2-. Dan- 
ielle Lauver. Jeanine Oblak. Tami Donahoe and Tascia Sza- 
ley. Row 3: Shannon Wagner, Leslie Ferrara and Kristie 
Scott. Below: Varsity cheerleaders sporting their Brown's 
support during the football playoffs. 




Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Row I : Barbara Jurkovic. Row 
2: Nora Race and Kathleen Kushma. Row 3: Kristin Attwood, 
Carmen Petti, Ninette Valencic and Elizabeth Puhalj. Below: 
The Varsity performs during a game. 




Freshman Cheerleaders: Row I : Jennifer Dudziak. Shalom 
Lawrence, Cheryl Lapuh, Delon Stephens and Christine Va- 
lencic. Row 2: Kimberly Faint, Genevieve Douglas and Maya 
Burge. Below: J. V. Cheerleaders cheering to the Panther. 




Basketball Cheerleaders 



ai 



Student Government 

School benefits from Student Council Activities 



Student Council (STEW-DENT 
COWN'-CIL) : A hard working group of 
students that meets weekly to discuss 
and improve school spirit. That's what 
it's all about-spirit. The whole Council 
has worked for many hours to improve 
life at Euclid by sponsoring dances, the 
Homecoming festivities. Crush Day, the 
penny war, a new greeting service, and 
many more things. 

This year's officers Bill Balazs, Tina 



Soltesz, and Adam Stauffer have been 
working hard to keep the Council to- 
gether. "It's really hard to be an officer- 
it takes a full time commitment", said 
Bill Balazs. "But, he added, it pays off in 
the long run when I see positive things 
happening." John Martens said, "Stu- 
dent Council is a chance to 
participate." 

The Council is advised by Miss Sandi 
Bambic, whose endless hard work real- 



ly helped the Council out. "Miss Bam- 
bic really cares a lot about Student 
Council. She seems mean sometimes, 
but she's only trying to make every- 
thing the best it could possibly be", 
said Jim Samuel, a three year Council 
member. That is what the Student 
Council is-the best people trying to 
make the best school even better. 

-Adam Stauffer 




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Student Council 




Paul Kudlak, Michelle Goodman and Jim Samuel taking 
a break from decorating 



Student Council 



33 



A Touch Of Class 



Cabinet has many things to think 
about. They are the driving force be- 
hind preparations for the class of 1988. 

Approximately eighteen juniors meet 
with their unit principal, Mr. Frank Pe- 
rez, to plan the events for fund raising 
in their junior year. Mr. Perez states, 
"The major event for the Junior class is 
the Christmas dance." He also says that 
the juniors are not like the seniors: they 
do not raise funds all year. They basi- 
cally learn about the planning that goes 
into the events that are senior responsi- 
bilities. That way, they will have some 
experience in planning their senior 
events next year. Hopefully, everything 
will fall into place. 

The cabinet's responsibilities have 
great importance to its members. Junior 
Michelle Valencic likes the cabinet be- 
cause "it lets the juniors express their 
opinions in a positive way." The juniors 
are looking foward to a positive senior 
year. 

-Julie Sterbank 

Senior Class Cabinet is a group of 1 7 
students who work together to try to 
make senior year a memorable one for 
all. The last year of high school is often 
the most special one of all and cabinet 
tries to promote this feeling by empha- 
sizing class unity and friendship. This 
group works all year to plan and raise 
money for senior activities- mainly 
prom. Flower sales, dances, and various 
shows are some of the ways in which 
money is raised. Every morning, in 
homeroom, the cabinet discusses the 
various activities and tries to make 
them acceptable for all. The Cabinet 
wishes good luck and best wishes to 
the Class of '87!!! 
-Renata Grahovac, Tracy VanBeneden 




Senior Class Cabinet Row I-. Tracy Van Beneden. Lesley Ferrara. Pam Swyt, Amy Terango. Tina 
Hawthorne Row 2. Renata Grahovac, Kristie Scott, Mike Peters. Gail Ward Row 3-. Mark Smith, P.J. 
Allen, Richard Johnson, Dave Potokar, Bonnie Parker 




Junior Class Cabinet Row I: Francine Moore, Ta Rhonda Ward. Deadrain Peacock. Sheri Sobecki. Beth 
Hammer Row 2: Julie Sterbank, Nancy Cook. Shawn Kobus. Nicole Crombie, Chris Chinni Row 3-. Kim 
Masterson, Brinda Kumar, Bernice Ussai, Michelle Valencic, Kim Del Monte 



34 



Class Cabinet 




phomore Class Cabinet Row I-. Heidi Martin, Lisa Baber. Jenny Waltermire. Rosalind Blackmon. 
nny O Neill. Alison Zahler Row 2-. Beth Perdan. Gina Diaddario. Nina Valencic. Kathy Kushma. 
izabeth Puhalj Row 3-. Annie Cirino, Cherly Porter, Scott Pinta, Suzane Lisac, Amy Hickok, Diane 
ckavage 




A key component of Euclid's Class of 
'89 is enthusiasm, and this years Class 
Cabinet proves that point well. Around 
eighty eager sophomores applied at the 
start of the year, but only about thirty 
were accepted to represent their class. 

This year, under the leadership of 
president Jill Sopko and vice-president 
Roslind Blackmon, the group plans to 
attack four major issues. Basically, we 
are concerned with fund raising activi- 
ties such as selling pretzels after school 
for money towards our future prom. We 
also do fun things such as selecting a 
logo for our class ring, sponsor a 
dance, and create Christmas decora- 
tions for the class competition. 

The cabinet advisors are counselors 
Mrs. Fox and Mr. Russo. There is a lot 
of school spirit generated by the Class 
of '89. and Nora Race and Lisa Ander- 
son express it best by saying, "We're 
Hot!" 

-Beth Schafer, Marie Sheridan 

Starting out as a student at Euclid, 
one is faced with the all important deci- 
sion of which activity to join. A very 
popular decision for many freshmen 
was Freshmen Class Cabinet, if one 
meets the requirements. 

This year. Freshmen Class Cabinet 
petitions asked for a little more than 
peer signatures. In addition to twenty- 
five peer signatures, petitioning fresh- 
men needed at least a 1.S grade point 
average, two teacher recommendations 
and were unable to participate in more 
than one organized school sport. They 
were then selected by Mr. William 
Medvic, ninth grade principal. Mrs. 
Brenda Barker and Mr. Tom Couhig. the 
ninth grade counselors. Criteria also in- 
cluded a few short answer questions. 
About thirty freshmen were selected for 
the cabinet. They help organize the 
freshmen parent-student orientation 
and the final dance. They try to in- 
crease school spirit, get freshmen in- 
volved and ultimately raise money for 
their class. 

With the requirements, the freshmen 
class cabinet hope to have competent 
members and a very productive year. 
-Julie Sterbank 



eshmen Class Cabinet Row I-. Beth Brickman, Michelle Russell, Caroline Holland, Nicole Williams, 
rah Granito Row 1. Kerri Mc Reynolds, Michelle Newcomb, Julie Liderbach, Carolyn Rebish, Chris 
ilencic, Kim Faint Row 3-. Angela Zanghi, Jill Tomasi, Christine Oblak, Kristie Ugrinic, Bridget Ramsay 
yw4: Tiffany Tekieli, Jenny Burlison. Balee Riley. Cheryl Lapuh, Tracy Prestigomo Not Pictured: Leslie 
}gan, Mia Harrison, Christine Kucaric, Shalom Lawrence, Tricia Mondok, Sonia Rhone, Jenny 
attery. Denise Smith, Sowanna Smith, Stephanie Smolic. Regina Wims. 



Class Cabinet 



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Twelve Angry Jurors 



For Euclid's Associate Principal, the 
third time is a charm, at least when it 
comes to the story of "Twelve Angry 
Jurors". Mr. Antonini enjoyed both the 
big screen and television versions be- 
fore seeing the effort put forth by the 
Euclid Fall Play cast. These Euclid High 
School students impressed him no less 
than Henry Fonda did in the original 
version. 

Written by Reginald Rose, the play is 
the story of \1 jurors debating the in- 
nocence or guilt of a man charged with 
murder. This storyline presented new 
challenges to even the most seasoned 
of Euclid's thespians. Amy Terango, a 
veteran of 5 plays, said. "Because you 
are on the stage the whole time, you 
must always be in character, otherwise, 
it won't succeed." 

Only through talent and hard work 
did the play succeed. The members of 
the cast practiced from two hours each 



night for six weeks. "It's the hard work 
that usually pays off in the end", said 
cast member Michelle Goodman. Other 
cast members included Brinda Kumar. 
Darice Pequignot . Nancy Cook. David 
Steeves. John Martens, Beth Hammer. 
Ray Leonardi, Kirstin Esch. Amy Skiljan, 
and Dan Geddes. 

Of course, the success of the produc- 
tion would have been impossible with- 
out the careful direction of Mrs. 
McLaughlin. She is the veteran director 
of dozens of plays who always seems to 
know how to bring out the best in stu- 
dent actors. Brinda commented. "We 
owe it all to Mrs. McLaughlin; it was a 
real pleasure to work with her." 

All are looking forward to Euclid's 
next Fall Play. Indeed, the performing 
arts are alive and well at Euclid High 
School. 

-Amy Terango. Jessy Novey 





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, - ,_ .•ieiTsrtW"'l:S(:h. BetHTHainmcr. Michelle Goodman, 

Brinda Kumar, David Steeves. Nancy Cook. Darice Pequignot, Ray Leonardi, Tina 
Ferenac and Amy Terango getting ready to decide the defendant's fate. 




>hn Martens and Nancy Cook discussing the 
>te. 



The cast members during a rehearsal. 




Fall Play 



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Showing their Musical Talent 



Concert band is a group of Euclid's spring concerts each year. Concert 

musicians who, after the conclusion of Band, Euclid's preperatory band, is 

the marching band season, work hard composed of instrumentalists who can 

and practice for annual winter and study and advance until they are ready 



for a spot in the Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble. 

-Sonja Reno, Stefanie Sper 



Row I : Greg Scope, Ricky Renner. Joe Sauer, 
Rob Terlizzi. Jim Segulin, Tom Reynolds and 
Mike La Manna. Row 2: Tom Gron. Bob Min- 
gle, Jenny Burlison, Marty Turek. Jeff Mur- 
owsky. Humbert Gomez. Charles Cummings, 
Dennis Coy and Robert Washington. Row 3: 
Steve Hammer, Taray Terry, James Mixon. 
Harry Luikart, Howard Taylor and Jeff 
Swanson. 



Row I: Sheila White, Jeanette Henry. Cindy 
Renner. Robin Taylor. Kim Faint. Bernie Zu- 
pancic and Jessica Keating. Row 1-. Kathy Par- 
oska, Tracey Baronowski, Cathy Day, Lisa Ba- 
ber. Caroline Holland, Chenise Slaughter. 
Shari Furhman, Beth Perdan and Valena Mad- 
do%. Row 3: Regina Wims, Sonja Rhone. Ro- 
chelle Laborn. Dan Dibartolomeo. Chuck Bur- 
tyk, Joe Tressler, Mike Young and Marcus 
Hutton. 





Orchestra Wind and Percussion: Row I : Lynn 
Statz. Sonja Reno, Nancy Cook and Shawn 
Kobus. Row 1: Bryan Wolowiecki. Rick Penny. 
David Wood, Dennis McPeek, Kim Benedum 
and Ray Lynn. Row 3: Greg Pirak. Rich Bren- 
tar, Andy Schwartz, Bill Kunes, David Bower. 
Scott Scherbarth and Sally Bierer. 



Concert Band 



Play in' to the People 




Stage Band: Row I: Chris Gladin. Steve Christen. 
Mr. Sarich. Nancy Cook. Dominic Cubitosi and 
Andy Schwartz. Row 2: Tom Reynolds. David 
Bauer, Scott Scherbarth. Brian Valentine. Sally 
Bierer and Rich Brentar. Row 3: Rick Penny. T.J. 
Vincent. Rob Srnovrsnik. Tony Klepac and Bill 
Kunes. Row 4: Ted Karnak. Bryce Riha. Jay Ste- 
vens. Bryan Woloweicki. Craig Murowski and 
Steve Woodard. 



Who do you have to thank for all that 
spirit-raisin' music in the halls during 
football season? Who entertains the 
devoted Panther football fans? Why, 
Hall Band, of course! Hall band is a 
purely voluntary band completely run 
by students who want to add to the 
spirit and atmosphere of the E.H.S. 
football season. Panther fans all agree 
that Hall Band brings added excite- 
ment, fun, and melodious tunes to Eu- 
clid's halls. 

Stage Band is a popular jazz-type 
band. Students must audition to partici- 



pate, and practice one night a week. 
The rewards for members in this band 
are many. This year the Stage Band is 
taking a trip to Nashville and then on to 
New Orleans to participate in an inter- 
national music competition. In previous 
years Euclid has won silver medals, and 
this year they are going for the gold! It 
is certainly evident that Panther musi- 
cians, whether in Pep or Stage Band, 
contribute highly to the spirit and pride 
that we all associate with the Panthers 
of Euclid High. 

-Sonja Reno, Stefanie Sper 



Christmas Brass: Row I : Heath Custer. Vince Riha. Bryce 
Riha. Rick Penny. Bill Kunes and Nate Holloway. Row 2: 
Brian Valentine, Sally Bierer. Mr. Shafer. Rich Brentar, Deb- 
bie Murray and Jim White. 




Left: Tony Klepac. Mike Blasius. Steve Woodard. Gregory Pirak. Christian Bryant. Jay Stevens. 
Tony Klepac. Rich Brentar. Bryce Riha. Charlie Cummings. Ray Lynn. Bob Paradise and Lynn 
Statz playing for Hall Band between periods. 



Hall Band/Stage Band/ 



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Mellifluous Melodies 




Row I: Claudia Cummings. Helen Chen. Lara Lomac. John Ferree Row 
2: Jill Tomasi, Linda Franic, Slefanie Sper. Debbie Johnson. Tom Ker- 
mode. Barb Steele, Jenny Jones Row 3-. Jay Stephens. Sonia Davenport. 
Lucretia Dillard. Heidi Martin, Beth Perdan, Ayanna Matthews, Chris 
Dixon 



Under the direction of Mary Jane Ko- 
lodziej, the 1986-1987 Euclid High Or- 
chestra enjoyed a hard-working yet re- 
warding season of music. Once again 
this year, joining the string players 
twice a week for rehearsals were the 
principal players from Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble. All players rehearsed clas- 
sics from Mozart to Vivaldi and also 
enjoyed learning a few contemporay 
melodies, as well. Highlights of the year 
included the orchestra's accompani- 
ment to Choral Master's singing of 
Handel's "Messiah", the winter con- 
cert, the annual spring concert, and the 
All- City Music Festival. In addition, 
many orchestra members put in much 
hard work and time in extra-curricluar 
string functions. Members participated 
in The Ohio String Festival, The North- 
east Regional Orchestra. The Greater 
Cleveland String Festival, Big Show "Pit 
Orchestra", and the O.M.E.A. Solo and 
Ensemble Contest. Although string in- 
struments are the most difficult of in- 
struments to play, E.H.S. students ac- 
cepted the challenge. As one string 
player pointed out, "Although orches- 
tral playing involves a lot of effort and 
teamwork on everyone's part, it is all 
worth it when you are finally in concert 
and ultimately succeed in bringing the 
joy of music to others." 

-Stefanie Sper 



Row /: Lynn Statz. Sonja Reno. Nancy Cook. Shawn Kobus Row 1. Bryan Wolowieki. Rick 
Penny. David Wood. Dennis Mc Peek. Kim Benedum. Ray Lynn Row 3-. Greg Pirak. Rich 
Brentar. Andy Schwartz. Bill Kunes. David Bauer. Scott Scherbarth. Sally Bierer 




Cellist. Claudia Cummings and violinist. Barb 
Steele enjoy being members of orchestra. 



Orchestra members Rich Brentar and Jay Ste- 
phens are bummin' 




Shawn Kobus expresses her enthusiasm over Euclid High's 
Orchestra 



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Orchestra 



Excellence In Music 



The I9S6-87 Symphonic Wind En- 
semble was the best ever. The new di- 
rector, William Shafer had high goals 
For the group. They participated in the 
innual O.M.E.A. contest. Many of the 
members also competed as individuals 
ot in duets, quartets etc. 

Members of the Symphonic Wind En- 
semble were chosen by audition. Each 
person was required to prepare the as- 
signed piece of music. During the audi- 
tion, the musician was asked to play a 
scale, the assigned piece and to sight- 
read one additional piece. The musi- 
:ians were then ranked. The best musi- 
:ians from each section were then 
[>romoted to become members of the 
>ymphonic Wind Ensemble. 

The Symphonic Wind Ensemble per- 
formed two concerts throughout the 
^ear: one in February and the other in 
^ay. With the new director and new 
;oals, the Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
liad a very productive and successful 
^ear. 

-Sonja Reno 



Front Row: Mike Blasius, Chris Bryant, Craig Mur- 
owsky Back Row: Dennis Mc Peek, David Wood, 
Bryan Wolowiecki, Steve Woodard 




-ront Row: Tony Klepac, Jay Stephens. Rick Penny. T.J. Vincent. Bill Kunes. Dan 
Mansperger Middle Row: Rob Srnovrsnik, Heath Custer. Lara Lomac, Brian Valen- 
ine, Scott Scherbarth, Rich Brentar, David Bauer Back Row: Matt Sawyer. Debbie 
Murray. Jim White. Eric Patterson, Ryan Lawson. Keith Speroff 




Front Row: Sonja Reno. Lynn Statz. Sherry Jaworsky. Lori Moster, Luann Tomasi, 
Kim Konrad, Debbie Miller Middle Row: Rose Pizmoht, Dave Braidich, Steve 
Christen, Chris Gladin, Andy Schwartz. Domenic Gubitosi, Dan Frattin, Denise 
Fair Back Row: Cathy Davis, Heidi Rohl, Terri Marando, Laura Roll, Carolyn 
Ivaskovic, Amy Rooker, Gunnard Doboze, Bob Paradise, James Sims, Shawn 
Kobus, Kim Benedum. Nancy Cook 



Lisa Baber, Nancy Cook and Beth 
Perdan unwind after band. 



Symphonic Wind Ensemble 



41 



Beautiful Voices 



Choral Masters, our upperclass 
choir, is the largest group in many years 
with 94 members. Practicing every day 
with director Mr.Codfrey, the group 
concentrates on its winter and spring 
concerts. They also make an annual vis- 
it to Euclid Square Mall for a special 
holiday performance in December. 
President Mike Fair, Vice-President Ka- 
ren Frye, Secretary Patty Reed, Treasur- 
er Bruce Miller, and Student Director 
Michelle Goodman provide strong 
leadership for continuing quality in vo- 
cal performance. 

-Sonja Reno, Todd Dickinson 




Lori Luther, Kim A^^JHI HInson and Renata Grahovac really llove their choir. 




Row I :Stacie Brickman, Carol Kristoff, Beth Hammer. Missy Focareto. Kim 
Brown. Darice Pequignot. Patty Reed. Gina Midolo, William Balazs, Nick 
DiBartolomeo Row 2:Kelly Eubank. Ram Perdan, Christine Corbett, Mary 
Sweet. Margaret Fair, Stephanie Walton. Leshawn Dewberry. Love Hudson. 
John Hribar. Pat Cater Row 3:Angie Gamber, Dawn Cool. Martina Breznikar, 
Lauren Koeber. Elaina Cirino, Francine Moore. Karma Arter, David Gray Row 
4:Anna Marie Bujnocki. Laura Sanders, Mary Jo Miller. Janine Oblak, 
Amanda Sustersic. Denise Baird, Kelly Mayle. Eric Hall. Bruce Miller, 
Michael Fair 



Row I '.Michelle Goodman, Karen Frye, Jennifer Jones, Elizabeth Kuhen, 
Cary Sanders, Meghan Finnegan. Sonja Reno Row 2:Tom Wirbel. Dave 
Luketic, Dominic Rymarczyk, Robin Taylor, Jenny Waltermire, Janet Ster- 
bank, Claudia Cummings. Cathy Felden. Melissa Ernst, Anna Drazetic Row 
3:Todd Dickinson. Matt Davis. Raymond Leonardi, Craig Voll. Robert Miller, 
Ted Karnak, Theresa Cecelic, Alecia Jenkins. Kathy Keaveney. Jenny Don- 
ley. Lori Luther Row 4:Todd Trevarthen. Brian Valentine. Tyrone Gilham. 
Philip Arnold, Andrea Hooks, Brenda Peterson, Eda Persic, Jean Hayes. Beth 
Richards. Renata Grahovac. Jill Hansen. Kim Rees 



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It's show time! The E.H.S. show choir. 
Varsity Chorale, has taken the stage 
again. These performers, chosen by au- 
dition from Choral Masters for their vo- 
cal and dancing ability, entertain audi- 
ences throughout the Cleveland area. 
Highlights include a flood of appear- 
ances in December, and a trip to Nash- 
ville and New Orleans for international 
competition. A touch of class was add- 
ed this year with tuxedoes for the guys 
and formal dresses for the ladies. An- 
other change was the addition of a lead 
guitarist and trumpet player to the es- 
tablished band of the pianists, drum- 
mer, and bass guitarist. The group has 
seventeen seniors this year, giving it a 
great deal of experience. During their 
three hours of practice a week, the 
members learn music, choreography, 
and more about their own ability. First 
year member Andrea Hooks proudly 
states, "These are great people. They 
really accepted me and we all work well 
together." Second year member Tom 
Wirbel agrees, adding," This group has 
the perfect blend of talent and experi- 
ence. I'm proud to be a part of it." 
-Sonja Reno, Todd Dickinson, David 

Kaleal 





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Seeing the World 



AFS gives students a chance to communicate with others 




lub: Row I J Amanda Sustersic. Dana Scott, Valeric Stupica. Tina 
Colo, Anita Perrotti. Ole Bangstad, Nicole Crombic, Jenny Hopkins, 
Anita Karaula and Susie Krulc. Row 2: Jenny Barcza, Robin Dietz, Jenny 
Pocaro. Laura Asseff. Sarah Granito. Danielle Tuckerman, Marie Sheri- 
dan, Kim Moore and Patty Cecelic. Row 3: Miss Addis, Curt O'Neal, 
Mads Otto Pedersen, Torben Kragelund. Brian Cotter, Charles Cum- 
mings, Chorkchai Simakajornboon, Julie Barcza and Mrs. Ramlow. 



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What group allows you to experience 
exotic cultures from around the globe, 
provides a chance to meet interesting 
new people, and may even offer a 
chance to travel? The ansvi/er is AFS, or 
American Field Service. 

Every year, as you probably know, 
(\FS hosts foreign exchange students as 
uveil as sending our own Euclid stu- 
dents abroad. Kris Hren, a student be- 
ing considered for this program, com- 
ments, '1 joined because Td like to go 




abroad for the summer, preferably to 
Switzerland. I like hearing about other 
people's countries and getting invjolved 
in the AFS activities." Some activities 
that this group takes part in are having 
a get-to-know one another picnic, par- 
ties. The Novemberfest, which is a fund 
raising dinner, and Hiram House. One 
of the highlights is the short term ex- 
change in which certain members 
spend a few days with the families of 
other high school students in the rest of 



The Karanlzikis family in 
Greece which were Jenny Po- 
caro's host family. 



country. This offers a chance to see 
how other teenagers live. 

Also, in the summer, any family who 
is interested can host a student for a 
few days during the "AFS Bus Stop" 
program. "It's a five day, and four night 
long party!" says participant Marie 
Sheridan. 

AH in all. AFS is a rewarding experi- 
ence and may just be your passport to 
the world! 

-Beth Schafcr. Marie Sheridan 



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Jenny Pocaro on the steps 
of th^^gii^J'^ i" Athens, 
acaro with Ste- 






Service to Others 

Key Club Strives to Give Service to tlie Community 



Are you interested in joining an or- 
ganization that benefits your communi- 
ty? Well then Key Club is for you. Meet- 
ings take place on Thursdays at 7:00 
P.M. This group has participated in 
such activities as answering telephones 
at the Jerry Lewis Telethon, working for 
the elderly. Hands Across America, 
March of Dimes Walk America, and su- 
pervising kids at the Boy Scout Camp 



over the summer. Cathy Day, an active 
member, states that her favorite part of 
meetings are when they have different 
people come as guest speakers. Recent- 
ly. Mr.VonBenken came and talked to 
the group about mountain climbing. A 
woman from C.S.U. has come to discuss 
careers and colleges. Like other clubs, 
there are elected officers. This year's 



president is Dave Segulin. First vice- 
president is Mitch Sotka, and second 
vice-president is Shawn Kobus. The re- 
maining officers include: secretary Jim 
Segulin, treasurer Sue Schilling, and 
class reps. Caroline Holland (9), Cathy 
Day (10), Beth Hammer (I I), and Todd 
Dickinson (\2). 

- Beth Schafer. Marie Sheridan 



Key Club: Row I : Mark Smith. Ryan Ehrhart. Dave Segulin, 
Tracey Baranowski. Carol Kristoff. Lisa O'Grady, Jon Lange and 
Todd Dickinson. Row 2: Caroline Holland. Beth Hammer. Mike 
Belts. Jim Segulin. Jenny Marks. Kelly Higgins and Bernie Zu- 
pancic. Row 3: Kathie Davis. Laura Pizmoht. Mitch Sotka, Sue 
Schilling. Brian Ashman, Renee Johnson. Mike Kellers and The- 
resa Zahursky. 




Tracey Baranowski, Todd Dickinson and Shawn Kobus. Ray Lynn and Jim 
Segulin making plans for future projects. 



Kiwanis Advisor. Walter Hill and Advisor, Allen Black help guide Mitch 
Sotka. Bottom: Carolyn Holland. Kathie Davis and Laura Pizmoht listening 
intently at a meeting. 




Key Club 



The Business of Athletics 

Students learn about the business of athletics 



We are the people that are at every 
football game, even when it is really 
cold and miserable. However, we also 
support all other Panther athletic 
events. We are the members of the AD 
Club (Athletic Department Club). The 
AD Club is sponsored by Mr. Raicevich. 
Chris Chinni remarked, "AD Club is so 
much fun because you get to meet so 
many people at the athletic events. 

The reason for the AD Club is to sell 
tickets for all of the events at Euclid. 



There are a couple of shifts so everyone 
will only miss one or two quarters of 
the game. AD Club is a lot of fun be- 
cause you get to meet many people, 
(including the football players!) Also, 
AD Club members get in free to the 
sporting events at Euclid. AD Club of- 
fers new experiences, loads of fun. (es- 
pecially at the Joe's game!), and a 
chance at getting caught up in that 
ever-contagious Panther Spirit. 

-Balee Riley, Leslie Gogan 



Theresa Champa, Roshnd Blackmon and Andrea Hooks 
seem pleased to be selling tickets at a big basketball 
game. 




AD Club: Row I : Stacie Davis, Suzanne Redman, Chris Chinni, Julie Sterbank, Beth Hammer, Roz 
Blackmon, Kay Corrigan and Andrea Hooks. Row 2-. Chris Brisbine, Brandy Reichman, Leslie Gogan, Balee 
Riley, Elizabeth Oroz, Michele Yee and Janet Sterbank. Row 3: Jaime Weiner, Julie Fischer, Lisa Hradek, 
Theresa Champa, Kathy Moore, Missy Long, Jenny O'Neill and Jeannie Mayerhoffer. 





Leslie Gogan and Missy Long taking tickets at a basketball game and 
swim meet while Mrs. Barbish looks on. 



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Someone To Lean On 




This year at Euclid, many students 
might have found their class material to 
be difficult or too challenging to tackle 
without some extra-help. One way of 
getting help was to sign up for a Peer 
Tutor. Peer Tutors were selected by 
their teachers on their knowledge of 
certain subjects or fields. They helped 
their peers with academic subjects dur- 
ing study halls or lunch periods, com- 
pleting much work. This program seems 
to be a good idea, and from student 
feedback, it is. 

Speaking of peers helping peers, at 
one time, Euclid had a peer counseling 
group. Last year, a new group was 
born, -Teen Institute. (T.I.) By the work 
of two concerned students. Mrs. Mari- 
lyn Beachy came to lead the group. 



Over a period of time, she got over 20 
students to join. This year the T.Ts are 
bigger and better, more students have 
joined, and new ideas were formed. T.I. 
worked on a series of skits, "The Medi- 
cine Show", and performed them for 
elementary and middle school stu- 
dents. The skits showed both drug 
problems and situations. Mrs.Beachy 
hopes to build the "Just Say No" pro- 
gram. ( of President Reagan's) not only 
at the high school, but at the middle 
and elementary schools. The T.l.'s do 
work on personal insight, which helps 
them relate with other people's prob- 
lems. Marilyn can say she respects the 
T.l.'s not only for their help, but their 
love as well. 

-Michael Betts 



Peer Tutors Row I-. Heidi Martin. Beth Hammer, 
Carol Kristoff, Stacie Davis, Mark Smith. Cindi 
Limbert, Paula Schaefer, Shawn Kobus. Kerri Ra- 
daker Row 2. Rashawn Perry. Kelly Eubank, Anita 
Karaula. Kimi Masterson, Brinda Kumar, Gale 
Van Ness, Alison Zahler, Chris Chinni, Julie 
Mayerhofer Row 3-. Denise Baird. Sue Krulc, Val 
Zupancic, Mike Mason, Mark Mincek. Eric Berry, 
Kim Novotney, Cynthia Schultz, Katarina Oroz. 
Maria Mujic 




Teen Institute Row I-. Mike Betts, Sonja Rhone, 
Pat Cater, Paula Schaefer. Valena Maddox, Mike 
Kellers. Laura Asseff Row 2-. Chris Chinni, Jim 
Segulin. Katie Weakland, Todd Dickinson. Moni- 
ca Hayden, Jenny Pocaro Row 3-. Miss Addis, 
Dave Augustine, Angie Gamber, John Weakland, 
Matt Huested, Jenny Barcza, Jason Chinni 




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President's club seeks culture through art 

While Cultural Club explores the culture of races 



Contrary to popular belief, the Presi- 
dent's Club is not a movement to over- 
throw the President of Student Council. 
(sorry. Bill!) It is also not a club de- 
signed to discuss living or dead Presi- 
dents. What is the President's Club? (I 
hear you cry!) Well, it is a culturally 
active group composed of those at Eu- 
clid High School who would like to 
round their education by attending cer- 
tain social events. 

They attended plays, orchestra per- 
formances, and dinners in fine restau- 
rants in order to develop a palate for 
finer foods. Their goal is to plan a trip 
to Toronto for the Club officers and 
members. 

The President's Club has three presi- 



dents: Amy Terango, Jeffery Alan Coy, 
and Michael Alan Peters. According to 
Amy: "The President's Club would like 
to be known as the club where every- 
one has his on her own voice! The Sec- 
retary is Renee Rolik and her busy assis- 
tant is Beth Pekol. Acting as Treasurers 
are Stacie Davis and Pepto-Bismal Pink 
Pam Swyt. Bonnie Parker has been 
graced with the title of Personnel Offi- 
cer. The sponsor is Mrs. Judith 
McLaughlin. All of the officials have 
had past leadership experience and 
have merged to form the best cultural 
club ever- and it's right here at Euclid. 
-Amy Terango 
Euclid High's Cultural Committee 
was headed by Ms. Wilma Carroll. The 



President was De Jarnette Lomax and 
the Vice President was Love Hudson. 
The committee was formed to help peo- 
ple of all races and nationalities learn 
about one another and live together in 
a better way. In the past the committee 
has sponsored a Slam Dunk Contest 
and Cultural Fairs. For the first time in 
Euclid High's history an assembly in 
honor of Martin Luther King Jr. was 
presented to the school on January 16, 
1987 in the Little Theater. De Jarnette 
commented on the committee by say- 
ing, "I am so glad to have been a part of 
the Euclid Cultural Committee." 

-Andrea Hooks 




President's Club: Row I: Todd Dickinson. Shannon Wagner, Kristen Petrie. 
Amy Terango. Stacie Davis, Pam Swyt. Beth Pekol and Mike Peters. Row 1-. 
Beth Lauver. Debbie Johnson, Nancy Cook, Lisa O'Grady and Katarina Oroz. 
Row 3: Jeff Coy, Dave Segulin, Mike Mason. Mark Mincek, Barbara Zschuppe 
and Mark Smith. 




Euclid Cultural Club: Row I: Paula McGraw, Raynal Williams, Lynn 
Etheridge, Toni Fannin, Robin Taylor. Tiffony McCoy, Delon Stephens, 
Tammy Curtis and Tom Hsu. Row 2: Eric Berry. Derek Walton. Kim 
Prewitt, Le Tonia Mitchell, Celestine Hawthorne, Kim Berry, Pamela 
Montgomery, Sherri Alvis, Kay Corrigan and Michele Yee. Row 3: 
Wilma Carroll, Lisa Cales. Julie Barcza, Cindy Schultz. Alecia Jenkins. 
Shelly Fannin, Kevin Hudson. Lucretia Dillard, Chandra Billups and 
Beth Schafer. Row 4: Dawnette Epps. Phyllis Venable, Rashawn Perry, 
Ericka Hicks, Stephanie Wims, Le Shawn Whitlow, Natalie Scipio and 
Laura West. Row 5: David Cray, Jamey Cole. Kecia Bell, Bob Smith. 
Steve Johnson. Jeanine Thornton, Andrea Hooks, Missy Dorsey, Lee 
Ann Marsh and Sean Allen. 



Some of the Euclid Cultural Club members putting on a show in the Little 
Theater for Martin Luther King Day. 



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Media Helpers 

Media Aides Help Student's AudioA/isual Input 



The Euclid High Media Aides are a 
true assett to the school. Headed by 
Mr. Allen Black the A.V. men are re- 
sponsible for the sound and lighting for 
such events as Senior Talent Show, 
Choral Concerts, and Big Show. The 
backstage jobs are often overlooked as 
being simple and effortless but without 
the dedication of these young men the 
shows could not go on. The Audio Vi- 
sual department is also responsible for 
delivoring movie projectors, overheads, 
cassette players and VCR's to teachers. 
Thanks Media Aides. The school 
wouldn't be the same without you. 

-Thomas Wirbel 




Media Aides Row I-. Jeff Goerndt, John Martens. Matt Davis, Mike La Manna Row 1. Matt 
Bleigh. Joe Goerndt, Craig Voll. Rob Cook Row 3-. Chris Baranowski, Tom Reynolds, Roger 
Hoffman 




Media Library Aides 



Great Outdoors 



Students In the Outdoors Club all 
have one thing in common. ..they like to 
be outside. Some of the activities that 
members participate in are camping 
and hiking and cross country skiing in 
the woods. The group usually makes 
several trips to the Madison properly 
for this purpose. The members find that 
the outdoors are enjoyable. Adam 
Stauffer said "I can't wait until the next 
campout". 

Office Aides are the students that 
help do many of the office chores at the 
high school. They get a chance to use 
their typing abilities and learn about 
filing and how an office works. They are 
especially useful for interrupting class- 
es to brings messages to students from 
the office. They perform duties that 
many secretaries are trained to do. The 
Office Aides make it easier for the pro- 
fessional staff to function. Most of the 
membeb really enjoy the work but as 
Tanya Lomac said. "Lurtch periods can 
really get hectic because of all the peo- 
ple moving around". 



Outdoor Club. Row !■ Michelle Mackell. William Balazs. Mr. 
Frank Soltesz, Tony Capuozzo, and Vince Godina. Row 2: Dan 
Grabinski. Mr. Dave Kestner, Adam Stauffer. Dan Campbell and 
Jeff Cechura. Bottom: Kelly Burdock. Charlene Carter and Laura 
Longstreth. 






Office Aides. Row 1= Julie Mayerhofer, Kerrl Radaker, Cindy 
Moore. Pam Perdan. Cindy Limbert. Tracy Slone. Renata Graho- 
vac, Krisile Scott. Mtch«lc Yee, Michelle Valencic, Annie Cir- 
tno. Row 2: Stacy Duchon. Paula Schaefer, Jenny O'netfl, Missy 
'■*^^m$. Lisa Hradek. Kelly Higgins, Katie Roach. Kim Del Monle, 
^y Hickok. Row 3; Monica Simmons. Rose Pizmoht, Connie 
Cahoott. Nicolie Pavlic, Jessie Novey, Deena Daugherty, Jean- 
nlc Mayerhoffer, Anita Perrotli. Sheri Sobccki. Cber-el Pope, 
S«« Tobolewski. Beth Lisac. Row 4! Gina Diaddario, Julie Fi- 
scher, Renee Duchon, Jeff Cechura. Andrea Hooks, Diane Hod- 
nichak. Kathy Moore, Bernicc Ussai, Kristi Reed, Karen 
Attwood. Jill Sopko, Gunhild Meaney. 



Outdoor Club Office Aides 



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Unnatural Snow 

Near Record Number of People Enjoyed Ski Club 



Question: What has I 14 smiles and 
228 boards on their feet? 

Answer: The 114 members of the 
I986-S7 Euclid High School Ski Club. 

The I9S6-87 Ski Club was one of the 
largest that the school has ever had. 
Unfortunately, Mother Nature did not 
co-operate with the skiers at the begin- 
ning of the season. The amount of 
snowfall for December was an all time 
record low with the temperatures sel- 
dom going below freezing so the ski 
areas could only make snow occasion- 
ally. Skiing began at Bostom Mills Ski 
Area in January on man-made snow. 
Despite the poor weather the students 
were able to have a good time due to 
the ski area's ability to make snow. 
Winter came in the middle of January 
and it became much more enjoyable. 

On Martin Luther King Day, forty- 
seven students went to Cockaigne Ski 
Area in New York for the annual out- 
of-state ski trip. There was lots of snow 
and no crowds. Cyndi Limbert said "it 
was one of the best ski trips I've ever 
been on. I wish we could go again." 




Some of the 1986-87 Ski Club: Row I : Danelle Gildone. Jessie Novey, Non member, Non member, Mary 
Sweet, Tina Soltesz, Heather Rowe and Missy Long. Row 2: Non member, Jaime Weiner, Carmen Petti, 
Barbie Jurkovic, Mike Peters, Deena Daugherty, Stacie Davis, Cyndi Limbert, Non member and Dieter 
Abele. Row 3: Non member, Tom Adams, Adriane Conklin, Chris Brisbine, Beth Shafer, Non member, 
Non member. Non member and Dave Bradford. Row 4:Non member, Non member, Non member. Matt 
Hopkins, Tim Fulgham, Pete Kostan, Linda A. Miller, Non member, Tom Vincent, Jon Lange and Mark 
Mincek 





Sue Redman, Chris Kubinski, Barbie Jurkovic, 
Mary Sweet, Amy Terango, Jeff Coy, Jon Lange, 
Sonja Senn, Heidi Rohl, Gennie Donley, Glenn 
Barth, Pam Swyt and Charlotte Mantel looking 
forward to fun on the slopes after their bus ride. 



Tracie Scolaro practices poling while Kevin 
Pritchard looks on. 



Jeff Cechura and Dave Tressler getting used to their skis. 



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Ski Club 



Michele Meyers and Kathy Waltermire getting 
ready to go up. ' 




Jenny Hopkins, Heidi Rohl, Love Hudson, Michele Mey- 
ers and Kathy Waltermire waiting for a lesson. BeloW: 
Chris Kubinski and Tom Adams practicing their turns. 





Monica Simmons slides past the in- 
structor in complete control. 




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Have You Heard the News 



Ever wanted to speak your mind or to 
hear what your peers have to say? 
Chances are you picked up a copy of 
The Survey, Euclid High School's 
newspaper. 

Headed by Editor in Chief, Jeff Coy, 
The Survey is composed of: Assistant 
Editor, Mike Peters: Art Editor, Jona- 
than Lange; Sports Editor, Mark Smith: 



Advertising Manager, Pat Cater: about 
thirty reporters and three to five pho- 
tographers. All contribute articles, 
commentaries and photographs for 
each issue. 

Like most newspapers. The Survey al- 
lots space for readers to speak their 
mind on issues affecting them. The Sur- 
vey also updates students on the latest 



school-related issues. Senior, Amy Ter- 
ango summed up the general attitude 
that is found among members of The 
Survey staff, "The Survey has never 
been better and I know many teachers 
feel the same." 

-Marie Pasquale 





Survey Row I-. Kerri Radaker. Jon Lange, Ryan Ehrhart. Annie Cirino, Mark Smith, Amy Terango. 
Jeff Coy, Mike Peters, Bryce Riha, Tom Vincent Row 2-. Suzane Lisac, Kristi Attwood, Julie 
Fischer, Mike Mason, Stacie Davis, Jenny O Neill, Deena Daugherty, Marie Pasquale. Todd 
Dickinson, Pat Cater Row 3-. Cheryl Pepo. Bernice Ussai, Vince Riha, Dave Segulin, Jessie Novey, 
Roz Blackmon. Elizabeth Oroz. Kay Corrigan 

Below: The Survey Staff (Mike Peters. Deena Daugherty. Jeff coy. Amy Terango) know how to 
party tool 



Kelly Bezdek. John Martens, Meghan Finnegan, Jeff Coy and Stacie 
Davis rake in the dough from the Survey sale. 




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Survey 



Expressing Literary Talent 



Perhaps one of the best kept secrets 
at EHS is Eucuyo, the literary magazine 
composed of prose, poetry and artwork 
that is created by Euclid High School 
students. It is published and sold annu- 
ally at the end of the year for the enjoy- 
ment of fellow students. 

This year's staff is led by advisors, 
Miss Judith Carmody, Mrs. Joan Lidr- 
bach and Art Advisor Dr. Anna Araca. 
The student editor is Todd Dickinson. 
The staff meet approximately once a 



week. They review works submitted by 
students or their english teacher. The 
works are then ranked. Those receiving 
the highest praise are selected to be 
entered into the Eucuyo. 

One major goal fo Eucuyo this year is 
to increase its forces and make students 
more aware of what Eucuyo is. Hopeful- 
ly, this year will be successful for Eu- 
cuyo and its staff. 

-Julie Sterbank 




Eucuyo's Editor, Todd Dickinson, was in charge of 
the publication. 




Row I : Dave Segulin, Todd Dickinson. Ryan Ehrhart, Mark Smith, Amy Terango and Jeff Coy. Row 2: Julie Sterbank, Claudia Cummings . Lisa O'Grady, Mike 
Mason and Jon Lange. Row 3: Dan Frattin, Laura Rohl, Mike Peters. Katie Weakland. Jenny Pocaro and Deena Daugherty. 





Jon Lange brings his animal magnetism to Eucuyo. 



Julie Sterbank was the Art co- Je^^ Coy. Claudia Cummings. Amy Terango and Jon 
editor. Lange during one of Eucuyo's many brainstorming 

sessions. 



Eucuyo 



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Putting The Pieces Together 



Conglomerating the many partici- 
pants and activities of Euclid High 
School was, as always a challenging 
and time-consuming effort. The task 
was accomplished with the excellent 
leadership qualities of editor, Janet 
Sterbank. "The staff was again small, 
but very dedicated toward putting in 
the time needed to get the job complet- 
ed," she said. 

The faithful computer once again 
played an important role in indexing 
and recording copy. Editor of the Senior 
Section, Tanya Lomac, expressed, "It 
was great fun, and I'm extremely glad I 
have a computer at home that cut down 
on the hours that I had to spend after 
school." 

Third year advisor, Mr. William Von 
Benken, and second year co-advisor. 
Miss Katie Black, realize and appreciate 
the long hours and wish to thank those 
who spent them to create this year's 
Euclidian. 

-Katie Black, William Von Benken 





Janet Sterbank poses for a picture 



Row I : Claudia Cummings, Katie Weakland. Matthew Ballish, Ryan Ehrhart. Mark Smith. Amy Terango, 
Jeff Coy. Julie Sterbank Row 1-. Kathie Davis. Leslie Gogan. Marie Sheridan, Karen Reed, Beth Schafer, 
Liz Oroz. Kerri Radaker. Tanya Lomac Row 3: Mike Betts. Mike Peters. Todd Dickinson. Deena 
Daugherty. Jeanette Henry. Heidi Martin. Janet Sterbank 



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A Lot of Talent 



Senior Talent Night Gives Seniors A Chance To Show Off 



The magic started at seven-thirty. 
Friday. November 21. Over a hundred 
and twenty seniors and their friends put 
on an unforgettable display of their tal- 
ent and imagination. The acts were very 
diverse, adding variety to the show. The 
performers were given less than a 
month to prepare what most of us saw 
at the show. Comedy crew members 
were given about two weeks to put thier 
skits together. For a while, it looked 
like nothing was going to come togeth- 
er, but on that Friday night, ''some- 
thing" was there that made the whole 



show blend beautifully. 

So much hard work was put into Se- 
nior Talent Night, especially by the 
master of ceremonies: Jon Lange. 
Deena Daugherty and Tracy Stone. In 
no more than a week, they put together 
the humorous introductions that we 
heard each night. 

The bottom line is that through hard 
work, great supervision, talent, imagi- 
nation and most of all, togetherness, 
the class of '87 created and recreated 
the "magic" that we always knew they 
had. 



There were sharp contrasts in the 
acts. The bands "Question" and "Fair 
Warning" rocked us. the "Mellow- 
Tones" entertained us with their 50'$ 
sound, and the Euclid Jazz Band 
capped it all off with some cool num- 
bers. There were the "Girls for all Sea- 
sons" and a Beauty Contest featuring 
football players. 

Special thanks go out to Miss Bambic 
and Miss Amato because without them 
the show could never have gone on as 
smoothly as it did. 

-Marie Pasquale 




O.O.E.A. was a club at Euclid dealing 
with the business fields. The group was 
a state mandated organization connect- 
ed with the vocational business classes. 
One main aspect of this club was to 
learn leadership by holding office com- 
petition. Mrs. Rash, Mrs. Paskert, Mrs. 
Von Drak, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Bensu- 
san, and many other teachers helped 
sponsor this group. Mrs. Rash was the 
main sponsor here at Euclid. Most vo- 
cational classes took part in this club 
and set certian times aside to organize 
state mandated business topics. Mrs. 
Rash felt this group was of professional 
quality and hoped the school would 
take notice of it. 

-Mike Betts 





Learning The Business 




Row I: Heather Ritchie, Tracy Risko, Adriane Conklin. Linda Wojno, Shileshe Mc Coy, Ta Rhonda 
Ward. Stephanie Williams, Cindy Schultz, Deadrain Peacock. Denise Conklin Row 2: Terri Rinaldi, Jill 
Dudziak, Sheri Sobecki, Angie Arrington. Amy Jaffe, Terese Yanko. Julie Mayerhofer, Kerri Radaker, 
Chris Trebec. Peaches Madlock Row 3-. Sadia Wheeler, Karen Heyduk, Tina Riczinger, Diane Hodni- 
chak, Karia Osolin, Maria Mujic. Tina Marolt. Kim Benedum, Tascia Szalay, Kara Davis, Jennifer Shusky 



Wendy Madden completef paper work for the 
afternoon. 9 




Carol Naglic. Wendy Madden, Tina Ferenac, Cathy Probst, Maureen O'Neill, Kelly Kernz, Maria Mujic, 
Kelly Bezdek, Veronica Tuskes, Tina Marolt, Julie Mayerhofer, Kerri Radaker, Mrs. Rash 




O.O.E.A. 



Wai Napolo Shows Off Their Legs 



This year Wai Napolo gained five 
new members: Dawn Kirchner, Jessie 
Novey, Balee Riley, Sandi Samas and 
Kristina Siupinys. Wai Napolo also re- 
tained sixteen old members. The offi- 
cers were: President Kim Lawrence, 
^ice-President Sherry Jaworsky, Trea- 
surer Vicky Jaworsky, Secretary Cathy 
Day, and Historian Lara Lomac. In the 
fall the members voted on a theme and 
Sroadway won. Senior Show Director 
Sherry Jaworsky and her assistant Ju- 
nior Show Director, Debbie Miller, were 
[)ut in charge of land practices and 
;how schedules. 

The beginning of the year was very 
busy with tryouts and practices. The 
ivinter slump came when the pool was 
monopolized by the swim team, so the 
members directed their attention to 
ivorking on writing numbers and even 
had a candy sale. 

After Christmas break, numbers were 
expected to be finished and the club 
started practicing these numbers on 
land in late January. When practices 
intensified, Tanya Lomac's favorite say- 
ing became, "Are you a prune yet?" 
Throughout February and March the 
practices intensified until they reached 
their climax in May. During May the 
"Wai Nerpolo" members were expected 
to be at practice every day. As show 
approached, Cathy Day was heard say- 
ing, "Oh no, it's happening again- 
chlorine is causing brain rot!" Spring 
break was no vacation for the dedicat- 
ed members who had to be at the pool 
from 8:00 till 12:00 everyday except 
for Good Friday. 

While practicing for show, some 
members also found time to prepare for 
and go to competition. Finally after 
months of practice, everything paid off. 
The night of show had arrived. In a 
flash May 8th and 9th were over and 
everyone breathed a sigh of relief. 
Show had come and gone and now no 
one had to worry about long evening 
practices and squeezing in homework. 
But after a few weeks, every single 
"Wai Nerpolo" member felt a void in 
their lives. After some thought they re- 
alized that they missed the practices. 
Because no matter how much they 
cursed and got fed up with everyone 
else, when the show was over, they 
came to a conclusion that all the work 
had been worth it. 
, -Tanya Lomac 




Sherry Jaworsky observing Katie Roach and Danielle Tuckerman's performance while 
zanne Warman looks on. 




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After years of being impressed with 
Miss Judith Carmody and her spring 
plays, the Little Theater has traded 
them in this year for a Christmas spec- 
tacular. Over 600 grade school children 
were treated to free performances of 
three plays, The Foolish Fir Tree, A Gift 
For Santa, and Santa's Spectacles. The 
Foolish Fir Tree featured Kim Master- 
son. Jessy Novey. Roz Blackmon, Ran- 
ada Cooper. Beth Hammer, and Liz 
Oroz. A Gift For Santa included Kay 
Corrigan, Mike Betts, Lori Dalessio, Ka- 
tie Martin and Todd Trevarthen. Santa's 
Spectacles had the largest cast, which 
included Mike Betts. Lori Dalessio. Hei- 



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d\ Martin. Krista Mews. Brinda Kumar, 
Paula Schaefer, Julie Barcza. Missy 
Long. Heather Rowe. Katie Roach, Roz 
Blackman, Beth Hammer, Kay Corrigan, 
Liz Oroz, Jessie Novey, Heidi Martin, 
Matt Bleigh, Tom Wirbel, and Kim 
Masterson. 

Along with the many cast members, 
the plays also needed the help of Dave 
Kaleal for lighting and set, Todd Dick- 
inson for sound, and Beth Hammer as 
sketch supervisor. Last but not least, we 
can't forget Miss Carmody. because 
without her direction, none of this 
would have been possible. 

-Paula Schaefer 




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Schwegler. George Mazzaro 



William Mc Guinness, Principal 




Justin J. Antonini, Assoc. Principal 



Ronald Seymour. 12 Grade Unit Principal Frank Perez, I I Grade Unit Principal 






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Euclid's New Administration 



The administration at E.H.S. saw 
many changes as the 1986-87 school 
year began. Last year's assistant princi- 
pal, Mr. McGuinness, rose to become 
the "head honcho." Mr. Antonini took 
command of the associate principal of- 
fice. Mr. Seymour, former football coa- 
ch and teacher, has become the 12th 
grade unit principal and Mr. Perez, the 
new kid on the block, took control of 
the I Ith grade unit office. 

All of the new administrators were 
teachers at one point in the many years 
of their academic careers. They had 
various reasons for leaving the teaching 
and joining the administrative team. 
Mr. Seymour needed a change and 
wished to focus his energies on one job 
rather than two (coaching and teach- 
ing). Both Mr. McGuinness and Mr. Pe- 
rez saw the opportunity to become 
leaders and took advantage of it. Mr. 
Antonini made the switch because he 
wanted to reach more kids through 
school activities and be involved with 
more fields of learning. They all, how- 
ever, agree on what they miss-close- 
ness to the students-and what they 
don't miss-GRADING PAPERS! 

The job of an administrator may 
seem dull and monotonous to outsid- 
ers, but Euclid's leaders have made 
their jobs quite interesting. For in- 
stance, Mr. Seymour has glanced at the 



floor only to find that he is wearing two 
different shoes. Mr. McGuinness has 
been known to lecture a student on 
how to clean up his life and then dis- 
cover he is yelling at an innocent by- 
stander. Mr. Perez has had to deal with 
a kids who didn't want to take the rap 
for possessing marijuana so he ate it. 
But Mr. Antonini takes the cake with 
his "most embarrassing moment." 
While teaching English, his pants split. 
Obviously he couldn't teach for the rest 
of the day with a hole in his pants, so, 
after the period ended and the halls 
cleared, he raced to the teachers 
lounge. He then waited while the girls 
in Home Ec. repaired his pants. 

As administrators, they sometimes 
find themselves in unpleasant posi- 
tions. Mr. Seymour's biggest problem is 
getting the kids motivated to get 
through their senior year. Mr. Perez 
fimds it difficult to deal with parents 
who refuse to believe that their child 
can do anything wrong. Mr. McGuin- 
ness' gripe is that because Euclid is so 
large, he can't be as close to the 
2000+ students as he'd like to be. Mr. 
Antonini worries about other things, 
such as money. "There just isn't 
enough money for the staff to do the 
things that need to be done." This in- 
cludes hiring more teachers, expanding 
the curriculum, and having more field 



trips. 

Each of these teammates described 
himself differently. The jovial Mr. 
McGuinness says he is "funny, patient, 
creative, and unlikely to go home 
nights." Mr. Antonini describes himself 
as "fair, honest, and polite." Mr. Sey- 
mour characterizes himself as "under- 
standing, caring, and enthusiastic," 
while Mr. Perez portrays himself as 
"energetic, fair, and consistent." 

-Nikki Crombie 



Below: Left to Right: John Fell: Director of Curriculum. 
Robert Mc Laughlin: Director of Pupil Personnel, Lowell 
Davis: Treasurer, Thomas Stupica: Business Manager. 
James Wilkens: Superintendent, Carl Hilling: Asst. Su- 
perintendent. 





Jane Addis. Sue Amato. Antonia 
Araca: General Art, Crafts. Design, 
Drawing. Miss Cheryl Arthur: Com- 
mercial Art, Photography. 



William Attamante: Work-Study Coor- 
dinator. Ronald A. Backos: Biology. 
Sandi Bambic: English-9.I0,I2 College 
and Vocational. 



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Tom Banc. John Barcza: Sci- 
ence Topics, Introductory Phys- 
ics and Chemistry, Biology. 
Mrs. Amy Belh 12th Grade Unit 
Office Secretary. Stan Bender: 
Biology 131 13, 13413, 90:213 
and Basic Science 908 1 3. 



Tom Benner: Woods I, Metals 
I and Pre Vocational Auto. 
Mrs. Bensusan: Junior Voca- 
tional Stenography, Typing I, 
Speedwriting. Alan Black: Me- 
dia Technician. 






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Mrs. Lynn Davis. Guidance Counselor Ruth Krup, Guidance Counselor Vera Baraniuk, Guidance Counselor 




Audree A. Fox, Guidance Counselor 



Anthony F. Russo, Guidance 
Counselor 





Thomas F. Couhig, Guidance 
Counselor 

Not Pictured: Sue Harris, Guidance 
Counselor. 



Brenda Barker. Guidance Counselor 



Robert Yocum, Career Counselor 



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Gene Brearton. Mike Burns: 
American Government. Psy- 
chology and Sociology. Jan 
Carlson: Clothing. Modern Liv- 
ing. Home Economics Depl. 
Chairperson. 



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A. P. Pressures 



''A. P." It sounds like a disease, 
doesn't it? It may just be your lucky 
day, because you just guessed right! 
"A. P." is a disease and I can tell you 
all of the symptoms! 

Yes, unfortunately I was once a vic- 
tim of this incurable illness. I can spot 
an afflicted person anywhere. The 
symptoms, you ask? Usually the per- 
son is the scholarly type with very 
large arm muscles (from carrying 
books!), suffers eye strain, and aver- 
ages four to five hours of sleep a 
night. Many victims skip meals in or- 
der to study, continually walk around 
in a daze mumbling about History 
"Thrillers" and "The Mole", and of- 
ten are caught red-handed stealing 
chemicals from science lab rooms. 
Are these people insane you ask? Is 
there a method behind all this 



madness? 

Actually, A. P. students do have a 
reason for putting so much time into 
their studies. By taking excelled Ad- 
vanced Placement (yes-that is what it 
stands for!) classes, students work at 
the college level, having the opportu- 
nity of taking A. P. exams in the 
spring. Scores of 3,4 or 5 typically 
earn students college credit and allow 
students to skip many standard fresh- 
men college courses and save them- 
selves thousands of dollars in college 
costs. 

So the next time you spot someone 
with those A. P. symptoms, take heart. 
Although they are killing themselves 
today, they'll be a step ahead in to- 
morrow's world. 

-Stefa 





Tracy Stone, Lisa O'Grady and Stefanie Sper do not care to 
discuss their A. P. scores. 



Ms. Wilma Carroll: Special Education. Ju- 
dith Carmody. Lillian Centa. Ronald 
Chambers: Advanced Woodworking, 
Dept. Chairperson. 



Leo Collins. Kathleen Coolick. Mrs. Holly 
Copp: Art I Design. Art 3 Painting. Art 4 
A. P. Porttolio Prep. Art Dept. Chairperson. 



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This year the high school eliminated 
pass-fail. When I asked the reason be- 
hind this move I was told that for a few 
years now it had not been used as it 
was intended. Pass-fail was originally 
designed to allow students in honors- 
level courses to take non-honors elec- 
tives without being penalized. In the 
beginning, pass-fail was to be used for 



Pass/Fail Fails 

The Pass/Fail Option Is No Longer Available 



classes such as foods, art, or wood 
shop. Recently students have been tak- 
ing major classes pass-fail so all they 
had to do was pass the class, thus de- 
feating the purpose of this option. Some 
people feel that pass-fail hurt some 
courses because many students didn't 
apply themselves in courses taken pass- 
fail. Now everybody is in the same pre- 



dicament and no one can benefit from 
pass-fail. One senior said, "I think they 
should have let the seniors, juniors, 
and sophomores finish their years at 
the high school with the benefit of 
pass-fail and had the freshmen start off 
without it." 

-Tanya Lomac 



Students listen attentively in hopes of passing, while Miss 
Addis tries to convey some words of wisdom. 




Harold Daugherty. Rose M. Davies: Secre- 
tary to the District Coordinator of Athlet- 
ics. Merry Dolter: Librarian. Michael 
Durbin. 



Alex Dzerowicz: Distributive Education 
Coordinator^ Marketing. Retailing and 
General Business; Head Coach Roys and 
Girls Tennis. Rosalie Fette: Secretary to 
Associate Principal. Dan Francetic. 



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Maria Garza. Barbara Gates: Learning 
Disabilities. John Gibbons. Robert 



James F. Goebeh Vocational Auto I . Pre- 
Vocational Auto. Sue Goebel. William 
Gooding: Biology. 



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Gina Diadarrio and Nora Race en- Mr. Hartmann with his students Travis O'Hannon, Tiffany Oatman, Gunney Meaney and Dina Pasquale enjoying Bi- 
joying Science class Lenny Nieves. Dan Newman and Jeanine Oblak ology class. 









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Mr. Thomas Gubitosi: Latin, Spanish. 
Joyce Haffer: Math. English. Social Stud- 
ies. Tom Halbedel: Biology. Science . Cross 
Country Coach. Track Coach. Ardelle Har- 
rell: 9th grade Unit Office Secretary. 



Jeff Hartmann: Social Studies, American 
History. Katherine Harwood: Librarian. 
Robert Heramb: Social Studies. 




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Planning Ahead 



Career Office Allows Students To Seek Job Opportunities 



One oi the biggest mysteries at Eu- 
clid High School is, what is the Career 
Office? It is not the athletic office or 
Mr. Mc Guinness' office for that matter. 
Run by Mr. Robert Yocum, it is the 
place most juniors and all college 
bound seniors eventually find them- 
selves if they hadn't already discovered 
it as freshmen or sophmores looking for 
jobs on the job board. 

The Career Office provides students 
with much needed information. It has a 
Career Library with literature on most 
U.S. colleges and careers. Many stu- 
dents utilize the COIN machine, a com- 
puterized career and college info pro- 
gram, the video tapes of colleges and 
the laser disk machine. All three pro- 



vide more information on colleges. The 
COIN(Coordinated Ocupational Inter- 
est Network) program also provides in- 
formation on careers. Students who 
wish to take the PSAT/NMSQT. SAT of 
the ACT find themselves in the Career 
Office picking up the registration 
forms. The GATB, an aptitude test, is 
used in conjunction with the OIS, an 
interest survey, to help students in their 
career choice. Any student may sign up 
to take this test. 

It is through the Career Office that 
representatives are scheduled to talk to 
students about jobs, colleges, tech 
schools, and business schools. Also it 
provides assistance in applying for fi- 



nancial aid to parents and students 
through its Cleveland Scholarship rep- 
resentative, Mrs. Dalheim. 

In the senior year as students are 
looking toward college they stop in the 
Career Office to pick up college and 
scholarship applications. Once they 
have filled everything out. the students 
drop off the applications so that Mrs. 
Judy Paul can attach their trancript and 
then send it off to its respective college. 
Any questions that students have about 
the Career Office can be addressed to 
Mr. Yocum, Mrs. Paul, or one of the 
many competent student secretaries 
who will be happy to help if they can. 
-Tanya Lomac 




Far Left: Students take a respite 
during class. 

Left: Getting down to the basics 
of English with Mr. Jablonski. 



Carolyn Heuer: Social Studies. Gabrielle 
Hodgins: French. German. Tom Hoffart: 
Occupational Work Experience Coordina- 
tor, Physical Education. Frank Hoffert: So- 
cial Studies Department Chairman, Euro- 
pean History. American Government. 
Economics. 



Richard Homovec. Deborah Houchins. 
Frank Jablonski: English I. 



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This year's art classes have been di- 
vided up to compensate for other class- 
es that students want to take. Students 
can now take other classes and still 
have one or two periods to fit an art 
course into their schedule. 

The art periods considered "Art 2" 
still deal with drawing, painting, clay 
molding and photography. New this 
year, are two individual photography 
classes for those interested in the Art of 
Photography alone. Since Miss Arthur 
came here, she has been pressuring the 
Board of Education to make a separate 
photography course and this year, just 
as she thought it would not happen, her 
dream came true. 

Arts I and 2 are only two periods 



Right: Steno class always keeps stu- 
dents busy writing. 
Far Right: Mrs. Jagger and gang in his- 
tory class. 



Mary Jagger: Quest, World Problems. 
American History. Jan Kehn: Secretary. 
Jim Kelley: U.S. History. David Kestner: 
Technical Drawing. 



Harry King. Ellen Klein: Junior Clerk Typ- 
ist, Typing I. Speedwriting. Mary Jane Ko- 
lodziej: Orchestra Director. 



Get the Picture? 

New Photography Class Allows Students 
To Develop their Photography Talents 



long and photography is the only one 
which gives the art teacher a lunch and 
a preparation period in order to get ma- 
terials ready. To all of those out there 
who like goofing around with a camera 
or are really into arts, it is suggested 
that you take a deep look into this sub- 
ject and the class. You've all heard the 
saying, "You'll never know if you like it 
until you try it." You're not going to 
know what you're missing until you see 
what you learn from this course! It is 
guaranteed that you will make new 
friends and learn things you never 
thought possible in this course in the 
Art of Photography. 

-Richard Bliss 





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Students hard at work in Mr. Reno's Physics class. 



Mr. Sheck teaching one of his more Mary Jo Miller and Tracy Scolaro hav- 
phopgenic classes. ing fun in Spanish class. 




Karen Kozlowski: Librarian. Jane Leilis: 
Sophomore English. Joan Lidrbauch: So- 
phomre English. Freshman English. Fine 
Arts, Eucuyo. Joan Linderman: Secretary. 



Mary Lomac: Non-Western Cultures, En- 
glish, Wai Napolo. Ken Lowe. Margaret 
Lucas: Librarian/ Media Specialist. 



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Marc Manburg. Kathleen Marsh-. Librari- 
an/ Media Specialist. Dan Maxsori: Ger- 
man. Judith Mc Laughlin: English, Fall 
Play. 



Polly Mc Redmond: Secretary. Aidona Mis- 
kinis. Ray Montani: Vocational Automo- 
tives II, Practical Automotives. 



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State Visitor 



Governor Celeste Visits Euclid For A Day 



On October 30th, gray skies and 
brisk winds greeted Governor Richard 
Celeste as he visited Euclid High School 
yet again. He brought with him this 
time a grant and nearly 1 .2 million dol- 
lars for Euclid's General Motors/Inland 
Plant. This money was desperately 
needed for the purchase of equipment 
and for job training facilities. It is also 
hoped that this grant will lead to the 
plant's winning of new contract bids. 
This could result in the creation of 



nearly 1 300 much needed jobs. 

Why was this announcement made at 
the Home Of the Panther? Back in Au- 
gust, Congressman Edward Feighan. D- 
19, and Governor Celeste announced 
that a grant of nearly one-half million 
dollars would be awarded to the plant 
to help restore jobs. This grant was to 
be administrated, in part, by the Euclid 
Public Schools System. Therein the con- 
nection lies. 

However, the opinion of many is that 



the visit to E.H.S. was merely a photo 
opportunity for the Governor. Indeed, 
the local media was on hand, and it 
seemed as if he scored a public rela- 
tions coup, and only weeks before his 
reelection. 

Nevertheless, the Governor's visit did 
mark a special day at Euclid High. The 
grant he offered will go to help many in 
the Euclid area. 

-Jeff Coy 








Governor Celeste, Representative Edward 
Feighan and Superintendent of Schools. Mr. 
Wilkens at a ceremony during the Governor's 
visit. 



Jo Rita Mueller: Basic Math. Geometry, 
Algebra II, Honors Algebra II. Carole 
Niebes: Freshmen English, Sophomore En- 
glish. Maragaret Nielen: Vocational Child 
Care I. Foods I. Patricia O'Breza: Voca- 
tional Business Math, Tech-Mech Physics 
and Algebra II, Basic Math. 



Joan Paskert: Senior College Transition 
Math. Senior Clerk Typist. Judy Paul: Ca- 
reer Office Secretary. Adam Pawlowski: 
Geometry, College Algebra, Computer 
Science. 



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Writing On The Walls 

Euclid Art Students Brighten Up Tlie Halls With Colorful Murals 



This year the students in Miss Ar- 
thur's Commercial Art Class are bright- 
ening up the halls of Euclid High School 
with their artistic talent. The class has 
designed and painted various murals 
throughout the school to increase pan- 
ther spirit. 

Mr. William Mc Guinness suggested 
the idea of new murals, because they 
make a positive statement about the 
school. The idea became a project for 



the students taking Commercial Art 
from Miss Arthur. The students began 
sketching ideas for the murals. They 
were grouped with other classmates 
with similar ideas. They composed a 
cooperative sketch of their particular 
mural. When the sketches were okayed 
by Mr. McGuinness, the artists were 
ready to paint. Most made a grid on the 
wall so that they could make an accu- 
rate scaled drawing of their sketch. 



They painted the murals during art 
class, first through fourth period, until 
they were correctly completed. 

The murals are everywhere from the 
third floor to the cafeteria. They display 
true panther talent and spirit, so the 
next time you take a scenic walk 
through the halls of Euclid High, take in 
the talent of the finest commercial art 
class. 

-Balee Riley and Julie Sterbank 



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Robert Petrovic: English III. English IV. 
English Department Chairperson. Roy Pig- 
natiello: Geometry. Personal Computers, 
Math for Modern Living. Algebra II. Sally 
Pla. Ronald Powaski: American History. 



Mike Raicevich: Government, Psychology 
Golf Coach. Faculty Manager of Athletics 
A.D. Club Sponsor. Barbara Ramlow-. En 
glish, A.F.S. Advisor. Robert Ramlow 
Health and Physical Education Co-Chair 
person. Indoor/ Outdoor Track Coach. 




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Mr. Durbin discusses a student's progress during parent-teacher conference day. 



Maria Mujic and Kelly Bezdek just love doing their schoolwork. 




The thrill of taking a test. 



Studying for a German test can be a tiring process. 




Toni Rash: Vocational Stenography II. Per- 
sonal Computers, Typing I. Charles Reno: 
Physics, A. P. Calculus. Ann Roberts. Patty 
Robinson: Foods I, Foods II. 



Kathleen Rodgers: Basic Science. Joseph 
Rodriguez: Physical Education. Joyce Rus- 
so: Freshmen English, Sophomore English. 



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Mr. Pawlowski talking with parents during parent conferences. 



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Eric Berry and Steve Owen programming a machine. 




Chemistry lab is a hands-on learning experience. 



Mr. Simpson observes as Mike Cleary works the computer. 



Fred Sallach. Sandra Sanborn: Math De- 
partment Chairperson. Math Analysis. 
Transition to College Math, Computer Sci- 
ence. Basic Math. Joel Sarich. Bette 
Schmeling: Chemistry. 



Dona Schuiz: Health Aide. Pete 
Schwenke. Mickey Segulin: Health Aide. 




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Learning The Technology 

Tech Mech Class Learns How Automation Affects Lives 



Computers, robots and lasers have 
created a new high-tech manufactur- 
ing. Industry employers now need a 
new kind of student. To teach students 
the science and math of industrial tech- 
nology, Euclid is now one of three 
school districts in Ohio to offer Tec- 
Mec. The title stands for Total Educa- 
tional Concept-Manufacturing En- 
hanced Curriculum. Students who sign 
up for this program complete advanced 
math and physics, taught by Mrs. Pat O 
breza, and an extensive lab with hands- 
on machining, drafting, and computer 
work with Mr. Jim Simpson. These 
courses are completed in the junior and 
senior years and provide the founda- 
tion for a long lasting career. 

-Katie Black 





Tech Mech students: Row I : 
Kevin Quinn. Dennis Samsa, 
Mike Cleary. Mike Focareto, 
Eric Berry and Don Craig. Row 
2: Osman Pehnkovic, Ron Rock- 
wood, Sean Quinn. Adam Toth, 
David Rosser, Greg Kerne, John 
Burke, Steve Johnson. Steve 
Owen, Kevin Fomby, Rob Mar- 
rot and Don Rockwood. 



Far Left: Shari Fuhrman, Lisa Baber, Laura 
Roll, Beth Perdan and Stady Hamilton 
gather around to hear the inspiring music 
of Mr. Shafer. Left: Osman Pelinkovic, 
Donald Craig, Eric Barry and Steve Owen 
learn the Tech Mech way. 



Paul Serra. Janet Severino: English, Soph- 
omore Introduction to Composition, Intro- 
duction to Literature, American Writers, 
Transition to Adulthood. William Shafer. 
Michael Sheck O.W.A. Coordinator. 



James Simpson: Tec Mec. Wayne Smith. 
Frank Soltesz: Biology, Physical Science, 
Science Topics. 



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Toran Marshall learning about being a machinist. 



Me And My Shadow 

Students Learn About Careers 
By '^Shadowing'* The Professionals 

Job Shadowing is a window to the 
future. Juniors and seniors may partici- 
pate in the program offered in the High 
School. The purpose of the program is 
to provide information about a career 
that would ordinarily be impossible for 
the average student to obtain. If one 
signs up for the program, he is enabled 
to use the computer located in the ca- 
reer office and "shadow" a career of 
his choice. The participant will then fol- 
low a person in the field of his choice 
through a workday. The experience of 
the day often provides one with an 
abundance of information that cannot 
be found in a text book. 

-Kimi Masterson 



Sam Balante, Rob Cole, Rob Cook. Darren Beck and Mike 
Park hope to be able to repair cars so they can "follow 
people around". 



Carol Naglic and classmates learn 
about working in an office 
environment. ^ 



Barbara Spiga: English, Peer Tutoring. Ve- 
ronica Stadler. Judy Stobinski. Carol 
Tkac. 



Rosemarie Tonn: Secretary. Christine L. 
Torrelli: Biology and Physical Science. 
Peggy Torzewski: Librarian. 





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Studying in language class. 



This class certainly does not compute. 




A. P. Physics has been found to be one of the hardest classes. 



Discussing the current events in history. 




Dennis Turkall. William Von Benken. Nan- 
cy Von Drak: Senior Vocational Data Pro- 
cessing/ Accounting, Personal Comput- 
ers. Typing II. Robert Walsmith: Algebra. 
H.S. Math I. 



Carolyn Wandersleben: Recordkeeping. 
Speedwriting. Typing I. Patricia Weaver: 
Vocational Accounting/ Data Processing. 
Personal Computers. Keyboarding. Dan 
Wensing: Math I . College Algebra. Calcu- 
lus. Personal Computers. 



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Euclid Students 

Show Support 

For Successful 

Browns' Season 



Nick Di Bartolomeo and Todd Trevarthan show 
off their Browns' sweatshirts. 



Richard Wherley-. Physical Science. 
Chemistry. Assistant Hockey Coach. Carol 
L. Williams: Coordinator. Cooperative 
Education. Dick York: English, Science, 
Math, Department Chairperson. Judith 
Zubizarreta: Foreign Language Depart- 
ment Chairperson. 



Marilyn Beachy: Project Care Coordina- 
tor. Theresa Du Broy: Math, Girls' Basket- 
ball Head Coach. Greg Sattler: O.W.E. Co- 
ordinator. Consumer Law. 




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Dave Braidich looking tired after camping out all night fro Browns' tickets 




Mr. Reno is proud of his Bronco Bustin' sportswear. 



Denver was the team that extinguished the fire in the Browns' fans. 



This is what happened after the Bronco game. 



1"HIS IS A GENERIC SIGN 

GO TEAM ! 



They swept us off our feet and 
brought out the child in all of us. They 
taught us the thrill of victory and how 
to handle the pangs of defeat. They 
brought thousands of people together 
and united a whole city. They brought a 
new excitement into life. They are, in a 
word, the Cleveland Browns. 

Winning the AFC Central brought 
our Brownies into the spotlight. With 
QB Bernie Kosar. our team was unstop- 
pable. Bernie plus the Dawgs of defense 
went into the playoffs with a 12-4 re- 
cord and home field advantage for an 
ecstatic city. As the Browns faced the 



ping double overtime field goal victory, 
Cleveland fans went from wild to wild- 
er. The city seemed to turn brown and 
orange overnight. People painted their 
faces, started yowling like "Dawgs", 
and even wore official Brown's boxer 
shorts. The city gained millions of dol- 
lars and the national limelight. But, 
most important was the excitement and 
vitality for life that each Clevelander 
gained from the Brown's stunning 
victory. 

Although a hush fell over Cleveland 
Stadium as the Denver Bronco's kicked 
a controversial field goal to win the 



AFC crown, the Brownies are still hot. 
They know that next year 80,000 fans 
will be cheering them on. They know 
that 1986 brought their team farther 
than they had come in many years. 
1986 was definitely a season to be 
proud of. 1987 can only bring better 
things for a team and city hungry for a 
SuperBowl birth. We at E.H.S. know 
that our team can, and will, be victori- 
ous. Our city has been knocked down 
before, but watch out world, 'cause 
those Browns are still SUPERBOWL 
BOUND!!!! 

-Stefanie Sper 



Academics 



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SENIORS 




88 



Senior Divider 





Cindy Limbert and Karen Stupica: Is it live or is it Kristie Scott and Kelly Kernz practice their Mary 
Memorex? Lou Retton smiles. 



Senior Divider 



89 





Activities 

Dieter G. Abele.- Ski Club 1 1. Mark T. Ad- 
ams: Football 9: Archery Club 10. I I. Rob- 
ert E. Airhart: J.V. Soccer 9 captain tO; 
Varsity Soccer II captain 12: National 
Honor Society II, 12. Melissa F. Allay: 
Peer Tutor 9, 10, II : Cross Country 9. 10, 
I I ! Survey 1 2; Senior Talent Show II, 12: 
Hockey Aide 9. 10. II, 12; Presidents Club 
12: Office Aide 12. Percy J. Allen: Varsity 
Football 10. II, 12: Senior Talent Show 

10, II. 12: Survey 10, II. 12; Track 10, II, 
12; Class Cabinet 12: Foriegn Language 
Club 10, II; Key Club 12. Robert James 
Anderson: Wrestling 9, 10, II, 12; Track 

9, 10: Student Council 9, 10. Dawn An- 
dresky: Class Cabinet 9. Joseph Aquila: 
Wrestling 9, 10, II, 12. Rich Arlesic: 
Football 9: Track 9; Outdoor Club 9. 10. 

1 1. Steven A. Ault: Soccer 9, 10. Stacey 
Austin: Big Show 10: Senior Talent Show 
i 2, Swim Timer 10, II, 1 2; PA Announcer 
1 2: Presidents Club 1 2; Choral Masters 1 1 . 
Paul Baird: Soccer 9, 10; Basketball 9. 10; 
Baseball 9, 10. William J. Balazs: Soccer 9, 

10, 11: Student Council II president 12: 
Big Show 9, 10, 1 1. 12: Varsity Chorale 10, 

11, 12: Outdoors Club II, 12. Ole Bang- 
stad: AFS Club 12: Varsity Soccer 12. 
Glenn A. Barth: Ski Club 9. 10. II. 12; 
Tennis 9. 10, II, 12. 



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Seniors 






Dieter G. Abele 



Lenord Adams Mark T. Adams Robert E. Airhart Douglas Alaburda 




Jeffrey Alexander Melissa F. Allay 



Robert James 
Anderson 



Dawn Andresky Joseph Aquila 




Samuel R. Balante William J. Balazs 



Ole Bangstad 



Kimberly Barber 



Glenn A. Barth 



Seniors 



9! 




William Beaiko Clark Bechtel 



Kecia Bell 



Darren Beck Debra Ann Beining Kathleen Abigail Bell 




Kimberly Ann 
Benedum 



Tony Berzinskas 



Lisa Betts 



Kimberly Beuck 




Kelly L Bezdek Tina M. Black 



Patrick Blau Matthew F. Bleigh Shernae Bonner 




Katie Boschi Katherine Boskovic Frank Boyden Christopher Bradley Dave Braidich 



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Activities 



Clark Bechtel: Soccer 9, (0, II, 12; A.F.S. 
\1: Football II. Kathleen Abigail Belh 
Track 9, 10. II, 12: Indoor Track 10. II. 
12. Kimberly Ann Benedum: Marching 
Band 9, 10. II, 12 squad leader 12, quar- 
termaster II. 12: Volleyball 9; National 
Honor Society II. 12; Yearbook 9. 10, 12; 
Orchestra 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

10. 1 1 . 1 2; Pep Band 9, 10, Lisa Belts. Key 
Club 9: Outdoor Club 10: Presidents' Club 
12. Kelly L. Bezdek: Orchestra 9, 10: Ten- 
nis 10. Matthew F. Bleigh: A.V. Club 9. 10, 

11, 12; O.O.E.A. U. 12 treasurer, social 
committee chairman 10. Richard C. Bliss: 
Yearbook 9. 10. II. 12 photographer 9. 
10. It. 12. Dave Braidich: Marching Band 

9. 10, II, 12 squad leader 12: Yearbook 

10, II, 12: Peer Tutoring 10. 



Born To Serve 



Senior Elf Day. December 19, 1986, 
gave Euclid seniors the chance to dress 
in bells and green tights and raffle 
themselves off to their fellow students. 
Anyone could purchase tickets, and 
teachers and underclassmen, as well as 
seniors, were the proud owners of a 
genuine Senior elf. All students who 
wished to participate were required to 
sell at least ten tickets. Denise Fair sold 
the most tickets of the approximately 
eighty elves. A record number of boys 
took part this year, and all agreed that 
this year's Senior Elf Day was a great 
success. 

-Claudia Cummings 









Above-. Dave Braidich with his 
elf. Terri Marando 



Left: Dave Segulin and Pam Per- 
dan showing originality in elf 
dress. 



Seniors 



How Embarrassing!! 

Many Students Have Found Life 
At EHS Embarrassing At Times 



-A certain "friend" drew a smiley face 

on my Adam's Apple while I was asleep 

in chemistry. (Mike Fair) 

'I had to sing "jingle bells" backwards 

on Elf Day. 

-I was in gym class with my shorts on 

backward and didn't realize it until the 

end of the period. 

-I fell down in gym class and Noel Santa 

tripped over me and knocked her front 

teeth out. 

-I skied into a three feet deep puddle at 

Boston Mills and had to be carried out 

by this Grizzly Adams guy. 



-At dinner for Winterfest 'S&. my date 
pulled my chair out from under me as I 
went to sit down. 

-Throwing up in Mr.VonBenken's 
chemistry class. (David Steeves) 
-Falling down the stairs my freshman 
year and running into a gorgeous 
senior. 

-Bonnie and I tripped over a cart of 
about one hundred plates in front of 
the Central cafeteria. 
-Mike Mazzei escorted me at the Home- 
coming assembly in ninth grade and 
wore sneakers! (Shannon Wagner) 






wkiLaim 



A page dedicated to those who are 
too embarrassed to show their 
faces to the camera and thus will 
remain nameles. 





Activities 



Joe Brechun: Baseball 9, 10. II captain 
1 2: Football 1 2. Martina Breznikar: Office 
Aide 9. 10; Outdoor Club II, 12; Year- 
book 1 2; Choral Masters 1 2. Chris Noelle 
Brisbine: Flag Corps 9 captain 10: Swim 
Timer 9, 10, 12: Yearbook 10: Ski Club 12: 
AD Club II, 12; Senior Talent Show 12: 
Track Aide I I. Brian Brown: Basketball 9, 
10. II, 12. Sheila E. Browne: Wrestling 
Aide 9: Swim Timer 10: Class Cabinet 9: 
Yearbook 9. James J. Bryan: Football 9, 
10. Anna Marie Bujnocki: Indoor Track 
Aide 9, 10: Outdoor Track Aide 9, 10: Big 
Show 10; Class Cabinet 9, 10. Robert M. 
Bukovac: Cross Country 9, 10, II captain 
12: Indoor Track 9. 10, II captain 12: 
Outdoor Track 9, 10, II, 12. Dave Ca- 
passo: Football 9: Wrestling 9. Rob Carl- 
son: Track 9, 10, II, 12: Indoor Track 9, 

10. II. 12: Cross Country 9. 10, 12; For- 
eign Language Club 1 2. Theresa M. Cece- 
lic: Class Cabinet 10; Peer Tutor 12; Cho- 
ral Masters II. 12. Elie Charmoun: Soccer 

11. 12. Tony Chiofolo: Wrestling 9, 10, 
1 1. Caria Cinkole: Office Aide 1 1. Elaina 
Cirino: Big Show 9. 10: Outdoor Club I I, 
12; Student Council 12: Choral Masters 
11.12. Steve Clark: Baseball 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2: 
Football II, 12. Kim Clarke: Big Show 9, 
10; AD Club 12. 



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Joe Brechun 




Martina Breznikar Chris Noelle Brisbine Sheila E. Browne 




James J. Bryan Anna Marie Bujnocki 






William Carmigiano Theresa M. Celelic 



David Celeste 



Tony Chiofolo 





Jeffrey Brunecz 




Caria Cinkole 




Colleen Clark 



Steve Clark 



Kim Clarke 



Stephanie Clay 



Anthony J. 
Colantonio 



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Jamey Cole 



Shonda Coleman Cassandra Denise 

Collins 



Denise Conklin Robert L. Cook 




M.^ 




Dawn Marie Cool Christina J. Corbett Brian J. Cotter Jeffrey A. Coy Trina J. Crayton 




Janeen Crowell Jeremy Culmer Claudia J. Cummings 



Kelli Curtis 



\ 
Rick Dakdouk 




Kelli Lee Dalessio John D'Apollo Jr. Deena Daugherty Jeffrey L. Daugherty Glenn Davis 



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Seniors 




Out For Blood! 



Activities 



Jamey Cole: Big Show 1 1 . Robert Coles 
Football 9. Denise Conklin: Outdoor Club 
10, 1 3. Robert L. Cook: AV Club 9. 10, 1 1 , 
12; Big Show 10. II. 12; Senior Talent 
Show 10, II. 12. Dawn Marie Cool: Choral 
Masters II, 12; Peer Tutor 10: Teen Insti- 
tute II. 1 2; PA Announcer 1 2. Brian J. 
Cotter: AFS Club 10, II. 12. Jeffrey A. 
Coy: Outdoor Track 9, 10; Peer Tutor 9. 
10. II; Ski Club 10. II. 12; Presidents 
Club co-president 12: Foreign Language 
Club 10, II. 12, Yearbook 10. II. 12; 
Eucuyo II. 12s Survey II. 12. Trina J. 
Crayton: Basketball II: Softball 10. Jan- 
een Croweli: Basketball 9. Claudia J. Cum- 
mings: Yearbook 9. 10. II. 12; Peer Tutor 

10. 1 1 : Eucuyo 11.12; Orchestra 9. 10. 1 1 . 
12; Choral Masters 12: National Honor 
Society II, 12; Highlighters 10. II; Big 
Show 12. Kelli CurtiS: Volleyball 9. 10. 1 1. 
1 2: Choral Masters 1 1 . Rick Dakdouk: 
Football 9. 10. II. 12; Teen Institute 1 1. 
12; Peer Tutor I h Office Aide 9. 10. II. 
12. Kelli Lee Dalessios Office Aide 9. John 
D'Apollo Jr.: Highlighters 10. II. 12: Key 
Club 9; National Honors Society 1 2: Peer 
Tutor 10. II. 12. Deena Daugherty: Hock- 
ey Aide 1 2: Presidents Club 1 2; Yearbook 
12; Survey 12; Eucuyo 12, Ski Club 12; 
Senior Talent Show 1 2: Big Show asst. di- 
rector 12; National Honor Society 12, For- 
eign Language Club II: Wrestling Aide 

11. Jeffrey L. Daugherty: Basketball 10. 
II. 12; Football II. 12. 




On December 9. 1 986 the Euclid Cul- 
tural Club sponsored Euclid High 
School's blood drive. This semi-annual 
event has become an important event in 
the school calender. It gives students a 
chance to help others by giving some- 
thing that most people take for granted. 
It doesn't cost anything to donate. You 
get a free snack when you are done, 
and it enables some students to get out 
of classes for a couple of periods. It is 
very convenient since the Red Cross 
comes to the school so the donors do 
not have the inconvience of seeking out 
a place to donate. Also, students can be 
with their friends when they donate, 
which is a greater incentive. It shows 
students at an early age the value of 
helping others. By reading the supplied 
pamphlets they also learn about blood 
and human diseases. It helps students 
get over the fear of hypodermic needles 
and the notion that there is a lot of pain 
involved. The blood drive is something 
that everyone should participate in. 

-William Von Benken 




Tops Students get pumped to give blood. Middle-. Bob Airhart finds giving blood an emotionally draining 
experience. Bottom-. Dawn Sergent giving blood. 



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Remember When... 

Central 




-Mr.Cira had "Frankenstein" taped in 

stereophonic sound? 

-Renata and Bonnie played the chimes 

wrong during the announcements? 

-Mr.Syracuse used to put T.G.I.M. on 

the board every Monday? 

-Mr. Ingersoll's BRUT baths? 

'Lori Luther cried because she forgot 

her pom poms? 

'Tracy Stone being mascot? 

-Our beloved Uncle Rob? 

-Uncle Vic came to the dance? 

-The fire bell rang during swimming 

and we all had to run outside in our 

swimsuits? 

-Mr.lngersoll used to play marching 

music during passing time? 




Above: Bruce Miller and Eric Hall wish they could throw Tom 
Wirbel off stage. Left: High five! Rich Johnson and P. J. Allen 
express their jubilation. Below: Shalette Morris digests an English 
assignment. 



Activities 

Mr. Merrell T. Davis: Basketball 9. iOj 
Football 9. 10, II. 12: Track 9. Stacie L. 
Davis: Presidents Club treasurer 1 2: Sur- 
vey 1 2; Foreign Language Club I I ; Year- 
book 11.12; Peer Tutor 11,12; Class Cab- 
inet II, 12: Student Council I I; Ski Club 
11.12; Volleyball 9. 10. I I; Softball 9, 10; 
AD Club 9. 10, II. 12. John H. Day: Peer 
Tutor 12; Indoor Track 10. I I captain 12; 
Outdoor Track 9, 10, II captain 12; Year- 
book II. 12; Survey 1 2. Nathan De GidiO: 
Soccer 9. 10. II, 12; Foreign Language 
Club 10. II; National Honor Society II, 
12; Peer Tutor 10, II. Dan Dekleva: Base- 
ball 9, 10. Lisa M. DeSico: AD Club 10; 
Football Cheerleader 9, 10. II. 12; Bas- 
ketball Cheerleader 9, 10, II; Senior Tal- 
ent Show 12. James W. Dickinson: Diving 

9, 1 0; Big Show 9. 1 0; AFS Club 1 1 ; Euclid 
Cultural Club I I ; Office Aide 9. 10; Spring 
Play 1 1; Fall Play 10. Todd A. Dickinson: 
Key Club 9, 10. II. 12; Teen Institute 10, 
II, 12; Eucuyo asst. editor 1 1 . editor-in- 
chief 12: Yearbook 10. II, 12: Varsity 
Chorale II. 12; Euclid Cultural Committee 

10, II; Peer Tutor 10; Presidents Club 12; 
Big Show 9, 10, II, 12; Spring Play lO.I h 
Fall Play 12; Holiday Play 12; National 
Honor Society II. 12; Survey 1 2: Choral 
Masters II, 12. Genevra Donley: Student 
Council 9, 1 1; Peer Tutor 10, II. 12; Ski 
Club 10. 1 1 . 1 2; Hockey Aide 11.12; Pres- 
idents Club 12; Senior Talent Show 12: 
Choral Masters II, 12: Survey 1 2. Brid- 
gette J. Douglas: Basketball 9, 10; Office 
Aide 12. Dave Downing: Football 9. 10, 

11, 12. Anna Drazetic: Student Aide 12; 
Varsity Chorale 1 2. Renee L. Duchon: Ma- 
jorette 10, 11, 12; Office Aide 10, II. 12; 
Student Council 12. Jennifer Lynn Durbln: 
Choral Masters II, 12; Big Show 10. II. 
Diane Marie Dureiko: Class Cabinet 9. 



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Seniors 




Mr. Merrell T. Davis Stacie L. Davis 



John H. Day 



Nathan De Gidio 



Patrick Deister 




Dan Dekleva 



Mary Delas 



Anthony Delzoppo Lisa M. DeSico Todd A. Dickinson 




Milissa Dockry 



Genevra Donley 



Mark D'Onofrio 



Scott A. Doolcy 



Bridgette J. Douglas 




Dave Downing 



Anna Drazetic 



Renee L. Duchon Jennifer Lynn Durbin Diane Marie Dureiko 



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99 




Christine Duricy 



Ryan Ehrhart 



Michelle Elmore Melissa Rae Ernst 



Kelly Eubank 




Denise Carol Fair Michael Russell Fair Brent Fambrini 



Rachelle Letrice 
Fannin 



Catherine Felden 




Tina C. Ferenac 



Lesley Ferrara 



Melissa Fields 



Meghan A. Finnegan Bill Fischer 




John Flowers 



Sue Flowers 



Bruno A. Fonovic Tommie Ford 



Mark Forker 



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Seniors 




Activities 

Christine Duricy; Tennis 9, 10, II, 13: 
Office Aide 9., 10, II. 12. Edward L. Ed- 
die: Wrestling 9. 10. 1 1, 13. Ryan Ehrhart: 
Soccer 10. II. 12: Eucuyo I I asst. editor 
13: Ski Club 10, II, 13: Foreign Language 
Club 10. 1 1: Survey 13: Yearbook 10. 13: 
Key Club 13: Peer Tutor 13. Michelle El- 
more: Big Show 10. Dawnette Epps: Euclid 
Cultural Committee II, 13. Melissa Rae 
Ernst: Big Show 10, II. 13: Student Coun- 
cil II; Choral Masters II. 13; Survey 1 3; 
Senior Talent Show 13; Hockey Aide 1 1. 
13; Presidents Club 13. Kelly Eubank: 
Track 10, II, 13; Cross Country 13; Key 
Club 9. 10, II, 13: Foreign Language Club 
10 treasurer II: Student Council 10, II, 
13; National Honor Society II. 13; Peer 
Tutor 1 3: Choral Masters II, 13. Denise 
Carol Fair: Euclid Cultural Committee 1 1, 
1 3; Senior Talent Show 1 3. Michael Russell 
Fair: Big Show 9. 10. II. 13: Varsity Cho- 
rale 10. II president 13; Choral Masters 
10. II president 13: Student Council 13; 
Football 9; Senior Talent Show 13. Ra- 
chelle LetrJce Fannin: Euclid Cultural 
Committee 9. 10. II. 13; AD Club 13; 
Basketball Aide 1 1. Tina C. Ferenac: Fall 
Play 13 bus. manager 1 1: Spring Play stu- 
dent director II; Office Aide 13: O.E.A. 
com. affairs chairman 1 1 . president 1 3. 
Lesley Ferrara: Cheerleading 9. 10, II. 
1 3: Ski Club 9, 1 0. 1 1 , 1 3; Student Council 
10. 1 1 : Class Cabinet 9. 10. 13. Meghan A. 
Finnegan: Choral Masters II. 13; Student 
Council I I : Senior Talent Show 1 3; Hock- 
ey Aide II. 13; Ski Club 13. Bill Fischer: 
Marching Band 9. tO. II; Water Polo 10: 
Football II. 13: Track II. 13. John Flow- 
ers: Indoor Track 9, 10, II. 12; Outdoor 
Track 9. 10. II. 13: Peer Tutor II. Sue 
Flowers: Swim Team 9. 10: Softball 9.. 10; 
O.E.A. II. 13. Bruno A. Fonovic: Wres- 
tling 9, 10, II: Football II, 13: Outdoor 
Track 9. 



Remember When... 

Forest Park 



-Mrs.Jett started a fire in a beaker and 

had to use a blanket to put it out? 

-Barnaby the juggler was asked to leave 

the stage in the eighth grade assembly? 

-We had "Mr. Rogers" for a substitute? 

-Mrs. Smith giving all the cheerleaders 

"A's" and "B's" in Spanish? 

-You had to take sex education in 

eighth grade and collect aluminum for 

extra credit? 

-Mrs. Jett saying, "You eyeballing me!" 



"Don't you eyeball me!" 

-Kelly and Cyndi met Richard Simmons 

at the hotel we stayed at on the class 

trip to Toronto? 

-The excitement over the new vending 

machines? 

-Mr.Earney knocked the tiles off the 

ceiling? 

-We had to watch News Depth in 

Mr. Vac's class? 




Pat Vihtelic filling out forms in the A.V. office. 



Sue Porter looking for spies. 




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101 




John D' Apollo shcfwsijigappreciawPUP 




Linda Anna Franic: Big Show 10, II. 12; 
Orchestra 10, 1 2 pr(esident 1 1 ; Key Club 9. 
Karen C. P. Fryei Foreign Language Club 
lOi Ski Club 9, 10, II. 13: Choral Masters 
1 1 vice-president 1 2; Varsity Chorale 1 1 , 
1 2: Big Show 9. 10. 1 1 , 1 2; Marching Band 
Announcer 1 2. Sandra Lyn Furlan: Student 
Council 9; Wrestling Aide 9; Spirits 9, 10. 
Sandra Gainer: Office Aide 12. Vic Gar- 
lauskas: Ski Club 10, II. Christine 
George: Key Club 9, 10. Lisa Germano: 
Volleyball 10. 1 1, 12 captain 9: Basketball 
10. 1 1 captain 9. 12: Softball 9. 1 1 captain 

10, 12. Vince Germano: Wrestling 9: 
Track 9: Ski Club 9, 10. 1 1 . 1 2. Sue Geyer: 
Ski Club 10. 1 1. 12. Colleen Kelly Gibsom 
Track Aide 9. Vince Godina: Baseball 9; 
Outdoor Club 9. 10, II. 12. Michelle K. 
Goodman: Big Show 9. 10. 1 1 . 1 2; Football 
Aide 9. 10. 1 1. 12; Chorale Masters 10. 1 1 
student director 12; Senior Talent Show 
11.12; Varsity Chorale II. 12; Spring Play 
10; Fall Play II. 12; PA Announcer 12: 
Office Aide 1 1 ; Student Council II, 12; 
Class Cabinet 9. 10. Dan Grabinski: Out- 
door Club 9, 10. II. 12. Kevin Grablovic: 
Football 9. 10. 11. 12: Swim Team 9. 10. 

11. 12. Renata Grahovac: Football Trainer 
9. 10, 1 1. 12; Class Cabinet 9, 10. 1 1. 12; 
Big Show 9. 10. II. 12; National Honor 
Society II, 12; Senior Talent Show 12; Ski 
Club 10. II. 12: Spirits 9. 10. II. 12. Re- 
nee D. Guillory: Library Aide 9; Basketball 
9. 10, 12: Softball 9. 10. II. 12. 



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Scott Franks Karen C. P. Frye Sandra Lyn Furlan Sandra Gainer 



Vic Gariauskas 




Christine George Lisa Germano 



Vince Germano 



Sue Geyer Colleen Kelly Gibson 




Shirley Glaser John Gochneaur Vince Godina Michelle K. Goodman Dan Grabinski 





Kevin Grablovic Renata Grahovac Jeffrey Grigsby Renee D. Guillory Paul Haislah 



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Eric J. Hall 



Brian Henry 



Michael J. Hall Jill Lynn Hansen 



Paul Harris 



Chris Harrison 




Jeff D. Harrison Regina Hayden Jean M. Hayes Brian D. Henderson Richard Henderson 




Rena Hess 



Andrea Hooks Natalie Hopkins 



Mark Horabik 




Mr. Dennis E. Ivey Amy B. Jaffe Sherry L. Jaworsky 



Shannon Jaynes 



Deidre Jefferson 



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Activities 



Eric J. Hall: Track 9, 10: Big Show 9. 10, 
11.12; Choral Masters 10, 1 1. 12: Varsity 
Chorale 10, 1 1 vice-president 12. Michael 
J. Hall: Soccer 9. 10. II. Jill Lynn Hansen: 
Ski Club 9i Class Cabinet 10; Choral Mas- 
ters II, 12: Yearbook 1 2; Senior Talent 
Show 12. Jeff D. Harrison: Track 9, 10, 12. 
Tina Hawthorne: Peer Tutor 10. 11: Euclid 
Cultural Committee 9, 10 secretary II. 12; 
Office Aide 10. II, 12; Class Cabinet 12. 
Regina Hayden: Flag Corps 10: O.E.A. 12 
treasurer 1 1. Jean M. Hayes: Big Show 9. 
1 1 ; Class Cabinet 9; Euclid Cultural Com- 
mittee 10, II; Choral Masters 11, 12; Var- 
sity Chorale II, 12; Peer Tutor 12. Brian 
D. Henderson: Swim Team II. 12. Rena 
Hessi Office Aide 10, II. Andrea Hooks: 
Class Cabinet 9. 10: Big Show 10: Euclid 
Cultural Committee II. 1 2; PA Announcer 
12: Senior Talent Show 12; Student Coun- 
sil co-chairman of publicity 12: Varsity 
Chorale 12. Mr. Dennis E. Ivey IVs Foot- 
ball 1 1 . Amy B. Jaffe: Indoor Track 9, 10, 
II. 12: Outdoor Track 9. 10. II, 12: AD 
Club 10, II, 12; O.E.A. 12 secretary II. 
Sherry L. Jaworskyt Wal Napoio 9. 10 
treasurer 1 1 . vice-president 1 2: Marching 
Band 10, I i squad-leader, vice-president 
12; Key Club II. 12; Soccer Aide II, 12. 
Clifford C. Jefferson Jr.: Football 9. 10; 
Track 12. 



Frames And Pages 

Seniors Pick Tlieir Favorite Movies and Bootes 



The class of '87 was a class that en- 
joyed time off from studying by both 
spending time with friends, going out 
to movies, and by enjoying some time 
alone with a favorite book. Favorite 
books included Wuthering Heights, Of 
Mice and Men, The Thorn Birds. The 
Outsiders. The Catcher In The Rye, To 
Kill A Mockingbird. Flowers In The At- 
tic, and Gone With The Wind. As far as 
movies, favorite flicks with seniors were 



"Top Gun", "Breakfast Club". "Stand 
By Me", "Sixteen Candles". "Crocodile 
Dundee". "Out of Africa", "The Karate 
Kid". "Pretty In Pink", and "Real Ge- 
nius". Whether alone or with friends, 
reading a book or watching a movie. 
E.H.S. seniors knew how to forget their 
studies and just relax when the end of 
the school week came around. 

-Stefanie Sper 




Lori Moster cleaning her clarinet. 



Eric Lenz and Kelly McDerment looking nice. 




Pam Swyt and Mark D'Onofrio relaxing after 
having a blood letting experience. 



* JP^ss-iW 



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105 



Favorite Teachers And Classes 
Seniors Relate The Classes They Enjoyed Most 

When it comes to favorites, this 
year's senior class had some definite 
opinions! The senior class, asked to 
name their favorite classes and teach- 
ers, were very much in agreement. The 
class that the seniors liked best was the 
ever-popular study hall, followed close- 
ly by lunch. Photography, Band, Choral 
Masters, Government, and quite natu- 
rally, the Class of '87!!! Favorite teach- 
ers were "Biff" Wencing, Coach Banc, 
Mr. Burns, Doc Powaski, Mrs.Tkac, 
Mrs. McLaughlin, Mr. Raicevich, Miss 
Bambic. and "Quick Carl". 

-Stefanie Sper 






Tracy Stone, Jon Lange and Deena Daugherty announcing 
during Senior Talent Night. Shannon Wagner, Kristen Petrie 
and Beth Lauver enjoying themselves during Elf Day. 



David Tressler in chemistry class and Damon 
Ramsey working in the library. 




Activities 



Debbie Ann Johnson: Swim Team 9; AFS 
Club 9; Foreign Language Club 10. II; 
Presidents Club 1 2; Survey 9, 1 2 editor 10, 
1 1; Big Show 10: Fall Play 10: Peer Tutor 
12: PA Announcer 12; National Honor So- 
ciety II, 12. L. Richard Johnson: Basket- 
ball 9, 1 0, II . 1 2; Football 9,11,12: Class 
Cabinet 12. Shaun E. Johnson: Football 9, 

10, II, 12: Track 12. Ms. Carla Maria 
Jones: Office Aide M . 12; Basketball 1 1 , 
12. Dwight Jones: Football 9; Indoor 
Track 12; Outdoor Track 12. Greg J. Jor- 
dan: Indoor Track 9; Outdoor Track 9; 
Stage Band 10; Student Council 12; Swim 
Team 12; Diving 12. Chris Juratic: Track 
9: Ski Club 9, 10, II. 12; Peer Tutor 12. 
David Kaleal: Big Show 9, 10. II; Peer 
Tutor 9: Yearbook 10, II. 12: Spring Play 
II; Fail Play 12; Holiday Play 12; Varsity 
Chorale 12. John Karabinus: Basketball 9; 
Football 9, 10, 12; Baseball 9, 10, I I cap- 
tain 12: Ski Club 10, II. Theodore W. 
Karnak: Cross Country 9, 10, II, 12; Peer 
Tutor 9, 10; Stage Band 10, II. 12; Big 
Show II, 12; Senior Talent Show 1 2; Var- 
sity Chorale 12. Susan M. Kelly: Swim 
Team 9, 10. 1 1 co-captain 12: Track 9. 10, 
11,12. Kelly L. Kernz: Football Aide 9. 10, 
II trainer 12: Class Cabinet 9, 10. II; 
Student Council 9, 10; Ski Club 9, 10. II; 
Spirits 9, 10, II. 12; Office Aide 9. 12. 
Kelly M. Kimball: Hockey Aide 1 1 : Year- 
book 1 1 : Outdoor Club II, 12. Xavier 
King: Baseball 9; Basketball 9: Wrestling 
9; Track 9, 1 1 , 1 2; Football 11,12. Tony P. 
Klepac: Key Club 9, 10; Marching Band 9 
quarter master 10, 1 1 squad leader 10, II, 
1 2: Pep Band 9. 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Stage Band 1 0. 

11, 12; Office Aide 10; Basketball 9. 10; 
Senior Talent Show 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 10, II, 12. Amy Lynne Kline: 
Peer Tutor 10, II. Erin K. Kocjan: Basket- 
ball 9, 10; Outdoor Track 9. 10. 1 2 captain 
II; Volleyball 10; Cross Country 11 co- 
captain 1 2; Indoor Track 11, 12: Senior 
Talent Show II. 12. 



Seniors 




Debbie Ann Johnson L Richard Johnson 



Ms. Caria Maria 
Jones 



Dwight Jones 



Greg J. Jordan 




Anthony Judge Chris Juratic 



David Kaleal 



John Karabinus Theodore W. Karnak 




Michael Kekic Susan M. Kelly Holly A. Kendel 



Nora Kenny 



Kelly L. Kernz 





Kelly M. Kimball Michael Kitis Tony P. Klepac Amy Lynne Kline Erin K. Kocjan 



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Lauren Koerber 



David Kracheck Torben Kragelund Joseph Krance 



Amy Krcal 




Carol Kristoff 



Nik Kro 



Julie Ann Krulc Jeffrey S. Kuchta Jonathan D. Lange 




Robert A. Lapuh 



Jerry Laska 



Tony Lauria 



Patrick S. Lauria Elizabeth Lauver 




Cynthia Lawrence Kevin Lawrence Kimberly Lawrence 



Bill Leonard 



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Seniors 




Lauren Koerber: Big Show 9. 10, II, 12: 
Choral Masters II, 13: Outdoor Club 1 1 . 
12; Student Council 12; Yearbook 12. Tor- 
ben Kragelund; AFS Club 12; Soccer 12. 
Carol Kristoff : Flag Corps 9, 1 1 co-captain 
10, treasurer 12: Key Club II, 12: Peer 
Tutor II, 12. Nik Kro; Baseball 10, II; 
Football II, 12. Julie Ann Krulc: Office 
Aide 9. Jeffrey S. Kuchta: Baseball 9; AV 
Club 9, 10, II. 12; Ski Club 12. Jonathan 
D. Lange: Key Club 9, 10, 12: Ski Club 9, 
10, II. 1 2: Soccer 9, 10, II, 1 2: Peer Tutor 
9, 10, II; Foreign Language Club iO, II, 
1 2: Student Council 1 1 : Survey 1 1 art edi- 
tor 1 2i Eucuyo II. 12: Senior Talent Show 
12. Robert A. Lapuh: Baseball 9; Indoor 
Track 9; Football 9, 10, II, 12. Tony 
Lauria: Football 9. 10, II captain 12: 
Wrestling 9, 10, 1 1, 1 2: Track 9, 1 2; Senior 
Talent Show II, 12. Patrick S. Lauria: 
Baseball 9, 12: Wrestling 9, 10, 12; Foot- 
ball 12. Kimberly Lawrence: Wai Napolo 
10 secretary 1 1, president 12: Office Aide 
11. 



Seniors Admire*.. 

Poll Shows Who Seniors Admire Most 



Even though it was the seniors that 
the rest of the school looked up to, 
there were certain people that the se- 
niors admired a lot, too. The most ad- 
mired people of the Class of '87 are: 
parents, siblings, Mr. Seymour, Mr. Rai- 
cevich, Mr. Godfrey, President Reagan. 
Dan Rather, Barbara Walters, Bob Dy- 
lan, Meryl Streep, John F. Kennedy, 
Martin Luther King Jr., Janet Jackson, 
and Marylin Chambers. 

-Stefanie Sper 



Cindi Limbert and Linda Franic taking a milk break 




Lori Luther waits while Mrs. Davis picks a Santa for her 



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Turn It Up! 

Student's Choice Of Favorite Radio Station 
Sliows Wide Variety In Musical Taste 



The 1987 Euclid Panthers were a 
group that most certainly liked to 
rockll! Favorite radio stations among 
seniors included WMMS, WRQC, 
WNCX, WZAK. and WLTF. When not 
jamming to their steroes, seniors en- 
joyed going to rock concerts at the Col- 
iseum and Blossom Music Center. Not 
surprisingly, the two rock groups on the 
top of everyone's list were Bon Jovi and 



Genesis. Other popular groups includ- 
ed: The Bangles, M.S.B., Huey Lewis 
and The News, Journey, Chicago, and 
Boston. Favorite solo artists were Billy 
Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Van Halen, 
and Peter Cetera. All in all, the class of 
'87 was a class that showed to all that 
Cleveland IS the home of rock and 
roll!!! 

-Stefanie Sper 



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Clockwise from Above. Mike Mehls, Jay Stevens. 
Rob Nagode. Greg Ogorek, Andy Tome and Kim 
Novotney all want to be your favorite rock stars. 





Activities 

Raymond A. Leonard!: Fall Play 9. 10, 12; 
Big Show 9. 1 0. II , 1 2; Choral Masters 1 1 . 
12. Henry M. Lewis: Office Aide 9, 10, II. 
12) Student Council 9, 10. II. 12; Euclid 
Cultural Committee I I; Football 12. Cyn- 
thia L. Limbert: Key dub 9; Ski Club 1 1. 
12; Indoor Track Aide II, 12; Outdoor 
Track Aide II. 12: Office Aide 12: Peer 
Tutor 12. Chris Linderman: Baseball 9; 
Football 9; Hockey 9. 10, 11. 12. Alana M. 
Lindic: Outdoor Track 9; Wai Napolo 9, 
I I treasurer 10. Marty LIsac: Baseball 9; 
Student Council 9: Ski Club 9. 10, II; 
Football 9, 10, II. 12; Hockey 9. 10, II, 
1 2; Class Cabinet I I . Nina Marie Lohn: 
Track i 2. Tanya Marie Lomac: Class Cabi- 
net 9; Spirits 9; Office Aide 9, 10, II, 12: 
Wai Napolo 9, II, 12 historian 10; AFS 
Club 1 1; Foreign Language Club 1 1; Year- 
book senior editor 12: National Honor So- 
ciety II, 12. De Jarnette Lomax: Euclid 
Cultural Committe president 12. David 
Lonchar: Senior Talent Show 9. 10; Prom 
Aid I I ; Battle of the Bands 1 2. Michael D. 
Loparoi Football 9. 10, II. 12; Spirits II; 
Prom Aid II, 12: Senior Talent Show 1 2. 
Dave M. Luketic: Soccer 9, 10, II. Lor- 
raine D. Luther: AD Club 9; Class Cabinet 
9, 10; Spirits 9, 12; Student Council 9, 12; 
Ski Club 9, 10, 1 1. 12; Office Aide 10. 1 1, 
12: Yearbook 12; Senior Talent Show 12. 
Michelle Mackelh Indoor Track Aide 9. 10; 
Outdoor Track Aide 9, 10: Band 9. 10; 
Office Aide 12; Outdoor Club 12. 




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Seniors 




Raymond A. Leonardi Henry M. Lewis Jonathon Lillie Cynthia L. Limbert Chris Linderman 




Alana M. Lindic 



Marty Lisac 



Tonia Littlejohn Nina Marie Lohn Shane Lollar 




Tanya Marie Lomac Jeanine Lombardo David Lonchar Michael D. Loparo Dave M. Luketic 




Lorraine D. Luther David Lutz 



Michael Luzny Michelle Mackell Wendy Madden 



Seniors 



III 




Caria Maddox 



Eugenia Madlock James M. Maher Curtis B. Majers Luis E. Maldonado 




Charlotte Rose 
Mantel 



Teri Marando 



Paul Markuz Tina Marie C. Marolt Kim Marvin 




Michael J. Mason 



Jim Mausser 



Linda Maxey Julie M. Mayerhofer Geoffrey Mazanec 




Mike Mazze 



Daniel McCandless Kevin McCluskey Kelly C. McDerment Paula Renee McGraw 



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Seniors 




Activities 

James M. Maher: Marching Band 9, 10, 1 1 
squad leader 12; Concert Band 9, 10, II. 
Curtis B. Majers: Yearbook 9, 10, II, 12. 
Luis E. Maldonado: AFS Club 13; Soccer 
12. Charlotte Rose Mantel: Ski Club 10, 
11.12; Swim Team 9, 10, I f , 1 2; Outdoors 
Club 1 1 ; Student Council 1 2; Senior Talent 
Show 12; Yearbook 9; Office Aide 12, 
Spirits 10, II, 12: Survey 12. Tcri Mar- 
ando: Pep Band 9; Student Council 12; 
Office Aide II. 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 
11,12. Paul Markuzi Baseball 9; O.O.E.A. 
historian 1 1 , chairman of the service com- 
mittee 12. Tina Marie Marolts Senior Tal- 
ent Show 12: Student Council 10. 1 1 ser- 
geant-at-arms 12; Softball 9. 10. II, 12s 
Office Aide 10. II, 12; O.O.E.A. 1 1 trea- 
surer 1 2; Class Cabinet 9; Peer Tutor 1 1 . 
Kim Marvin! Cross Country 9, 10, II cap- 
tain 12; Track 9, 10, i I captain 12: Indoor 
Track 10. II, 12: Cheerleader 9; National 
Honor Society II, 12; Senior Talent Show 
11. i 2; PA Announcer 1 2. Michael J. Ma- 
sons Soccer 10. II. 12; Foreign Language 
Club 10. 1 1: Presidents Club 12: Peer Tu- 
tor 12: Survey 12. Jim Mausser: Key Club 
9: Soccer 10. Julie M. Mayerhofer; Office 
Aide 9. 10, II, 12; Swim Timer II, 12; 
Peer Tutor 12: O.E.A. treasurer II, 12. 
Mike Mazzei: Football 9. 10. 12: Wres- 
tling 9. 10. 1 1: Baseball 9. 10. 1 1, Ski Club 
II, 12. Daniel Mc Candless: Wrestling 9: 
Water Polo 10; Outdoor Club 1 1; Bicycle 
Club I I . Kevin Mc Ciuskey: Cross Country 
9: Indoor Track 9; Outdoor Track 9; Soccer 
12: Swim Team 12. Kelly C. Mc Derment: 
Hockey manager 12; Survey 12. Paula Re- 
nee Mc Graw: Basketball Aide II, 12; Eu- 
clid Cultural Committee 1 2; Flag Corps 1 2. 



Preparing For A.P/s 

A.P/s Give Students A Decided Edge 



Biting your nails, you look nervously 
at the clock. Five more minutes until 
you open the plastic, safety sealed test 
before you. Three sharpened No. 2's 
and three ink pens (just in case!) grace 
the desktop. You know you have been 
prepared by some of the finest educa- 
tors anywhere for the Advanced Place- 
ment Examination you are about to 
take. Now. it is the moment of truth. 
Will you blossom or will you freak? For 
most Euclid students, excellent prepa- 
ration plus fine instruction equates into 
superior results and hours of college 
credit for a mere $53.00 examination 
fee. 

Preparing for A.P.'s (as these gruel- 
ling tests are so affectionately called!) 
involves intense study and heavy work- 
loads in Advanced Placement classes. 
A. P. preparation involves not so much 
studying just the day before the exam 



as concentrated daily class work and 
hours each night in order to gain a full 
working knowledge of subjects ranging 
from Spanish to Calculus, History to 
Computer Science. Of course, review is 
mandatory for students hoping to gain 
college credit from their high school 
studies. Students review old notes, take 
previous year's A.P.'s, and listen to 
pointers from their instructors, many of 
whom actually grade A.P.'s each 
spring. 

Euclid High School has one of the 
finest A. P. programs around. Ask any 
Euclid graduate who took part in the 
program, and all will agree that the fine 
preparation and intense studying paid 
off in the end when they received many 
hours of college credit while still in 
high school, thus saving themselves 
thousands of dollars. 

-Stefanie Sper 




Lisa DeSico telling why she 
wants to be Homecoming 
Queen. 



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113 



Remember When... 



-Mr. Seymour dressed in a toga for 

school? 

-Mr. Lombardo was a Panther fan? 

-Euclid beat Joe's in '85? 

-We had REAL silverware? 

-Mr. Sydow came in with a band-aid on 

his forehead? 

-We learned to square dance in gym? 

(Tracy Van Beneden) 



EMS. 

-Mr.Lombardo told us how "proud" he 

was before he told us what deliquents 

we were? (Jon Lange) 

-The power went out and we got to 

swim in the dark? (Kelly McDerment) 

-We could talk in study hall? 

-We could play softball with Von after 

A.P.'s? 





Ed Mc Intosh: Football 9,10; Baseball 9; 
Outdoor Club 10. II. Miles William Mc 
Lean: Baseball 9. Dennis William Mc Peek 
Marching Band 9. 10. II. 12: Stage Band 
I I; Pep Band 10. I h Varsity Chorale II 
12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10, II, 12 
Lou Medved: Baseball 9, 10. Michael D 
Mehls: Marching Band 9, 10 squad leader 
II; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10. II 
Concert Band 9; Swim Team 9„ 10, II 
captain 12; Key Club 9-. Water Polo 10 
National Honor Society II. 1 2: Big Show 
10, II: Stage Band 10, II; Track 12; Se- 
nior Talent Show 12; Survey 12. Christine 
A. Merencky: Hockey Aide 9; AD Club 9, 
10; Football Cheerleader 9. 10, II, 12; 
Basketball Cheerleader 10. Jeffrey A. 
Meyers. AV Club 9, 10. II. 12; Ski Club 
12: Senior Talent Show 9, 10: Big Show 9, 
10. Sinisa Mikulcic: Soccer 9, 10: O.O.E.A. 
I I treasurer 12. Pete Mikulin: Football 10, 
1 1 : Bicycle Club president i I . Bruce 
Millen Varsity Chorale II, 12; Football 9, 
10, 1 1. 12; Choral Masters 10. 1 1, 12; Big 
Show 9, 10, II, 12. Johnny D. Miller: In- 
door Track II, 12; Outdoor Track 1 2. Lin- 
da A. Miller: Flag Corps 9, 10 treasurer 1 1 j 
Spirits 9, 10. II. 12: Swim Timer 9, II: 
Swim Team 10; Student Council II. 12: 
Yearbook 10: Outdoor Club 9„ II; Ski 
Club 1 2; Wrestling Aide 1 2: Senior Talent 
Show II, 1 2; Big Show 1 2; Tennis Aide 1 1 . 
Linda Joy Miller: Track Aide 9: Office 
Aide II, 12. Robert M. Miller: Soccer 9, 
10, II, 12: Tennis 9, 10. Lisa Ann Mina- 
deo: Flag Corps 10, II co-captain 12; 
Wrestling Aide II. 12; Choral Masters 1 1, 
12. Mark Mincek: Yearbook 9; Outdoor 
Club 9, 10, II. I2i Peer Tutor 9, 10: Ski 
Club 12; Presidents Club 12. La Tonia M. 
Mitchell: Euclid Cultural Committee 1 1 . 
12. Bob Montana: Basketball 9, 10. Cheryl 
Lynn Moore: Softball 9, 10: Flag Corps 10: 
Class Cabinet 1 1 . 



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Seniors 




Ed Mcintosh 



Miles William 
McLean 



Dennis William 
McPeek 



Lou Medved 



Michael D. Mehls 





Johnny D. Miller 



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Linda A. Miller Linda Joy Miller Rebekah Miller Robert M. Miller 



Rodney Miller 




Lisa Ann Minadeo Mark Mincek George Lacey Minitch La Tonia M. Mitchell Cheryl Lynn Moore 



Seniors 



I 15 




Cindy Moore 



Laura Moster Adria Motiejunas 



Maria Mujic 



Marilyn L. Murphy Deborah Murray Rebecca Myles 



Carol Naglic 





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Maria Elaina 
Newcomb 



Lisa Norton 



Steven J. Novak 



Kimberly Gail 
Novotney 



Maureen O'Neill Jim Orndoff 



Katarina Vesna Oroz 



Jeff Murovt^sky 




Robert C. Nagode 




Kelli OXonnell 




Dawn M. Ott 



Patricia Palmer 



Seniors 




Activities 



Cindy Moore: Flag Corps 12: Basketball 
Aide II. 12. Laura Moster: Marching 
Band 9, 10 librarian 1 1, squad leader 1 1, 
12: Basketball Aide 11,12: Peer Tutor 1 1. 
Maria Mujic: O.O.E. A. president 1 1 . vice- 
president 12; Peer Tutor 12. Jeff Mur- 
owsky: Baseball 9: Band 9. 10. II. 12. 
Marilyn L. Murphy: Basketball 9. 10. II; 
Softball 9. 10. 1 1 . 1 2: Office Aide 1 2: Clin- 
ic Aide 12. Deborah Murray: Marching 
Band 9. 10. II. 12; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 9. 10. 1 1 , 1 2: Softball 9, 10. Robert 
C. Nagode: Ski Club 10. II. 12: Varsity 
Chorale 1 2; Senior Talent Show 1 2. Maria 
Elaina Newcomb: Class Cabinet 9. 10; 
Yearbook 10; Ski Club 1 1. 12: AD Club 9. 
10. 1 b Spirits 10. I I, 1 2; Outdoor Track 9. 
10: Office Aide II. 12. Steven J. Novakt 
Media Aide 9. 10. 1 1 . 1 2; Ski Club 10. 1 1 . 
12. Kimberly Gail Novotney: Softball 9. 

10. II: Tennis 12: PA Announcer 12; Peer 
Tutor II, 12: Survey 12: Senior Talent 
Show 12. Lisa L. O'Grady: Big Show 10, 
11.12: Peer Tutor II. 12: Track Aide 10; 
Eucuyo 12: Presidents Club 12; Key Club 
12: Student Council 12. Maureen O'Neill: 
Softball 9; Office Aide 10. II. 12; O.E.A. 

11. 12. Jim Orndoff: Baseball 10; Indoor 
Track 11.12: Outdoor Track 11,12. Katar- 
ina Vesna Oroz: Tennis 9. 10. 12; Indoor 
Track Aide 9. 10: Outdoor Track Aide 9: 
Class Cabinet 9. 10: Peer Tutor II. 12: 
Senior Talent Show 12: Presidents Club 

12. Patricia Palmer: Flag Corps 10. 




Ten Years From Now 

What Will The Seniors Be Doing? 



-Rich, married, and successful. (Tracy 
Van Beneden) 

-An acting member in Congress and 
will be voting myself a $30,000 raise. 
(Jeff Meyers) 

-On a street corner selling used pencils, 
holding my worthless math degree. 
(Jon Lange) 

-Taking Wilma Smith's place on Chan- 
nel 5. (Kelly McDerment) 
-An international corporate lawyer. 
(Deena Daugherty) 

-Married and an executive for Jockey 
Sports Undergarments. (Cary Sanders) 



-A military officer defending freedom 

and democracy while stamping out 

communism everywhere. (Dave 

Segulin) 

-A success in international business 

and married to a good looking rich 

man. (Katarina Oroz) 

-Healthy, wealthy, and wise. (Rob 

Nagode) 

-A rich beach bum with a red porsche. 

(Renata Grahovac) 

-An accountant leading an incredibly 

boring life. (David Steeves) 




Where will exchange student Luis 
Maldanado be ten years from 
now? 




Ten years from^now, will Colleen Clark still 
one of Santa's helpers? 



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117 



Senior Prom 

What Do You Have Planned? 




-Drag racing with our limosine. 

-To rent a helicopter to fly to Stouffers. 

(Paul Baird) 

-To arrive in a horse and buggy with the 

most beautiful dress on- hopefully with 

my only love. 

-To go with someone I love. 

-To have a wonderful, but SAFE time. 

-To go underdressed and comfortable. 



i.e. jeans and a Biff t-shirt! 

-To party more than I ever have in one 

night. 

-Having the best night of my life. 

-To take lots of pictures and have a 

great time with my friends. 

-Renting a limo. buying a beautiful 

gown, and having a ball. 




Caria Ann Pappalardo: Soccer 9. 10. II, 
12; Track 9. 10; Basketball 9; Student 
Council 10. II; Class Cabinet 9. 10. II: 
Wrestling Aide 10. Bonnie Parker: Volley- 
ball 9. 10; Yearbook 9. 10. II. \1: Big 
Show 9, 10, II; National Honor Society 

11, 12; Peer Tutor 9, 10, II. 12; Ski Club 
12; Class Cabinet II. 12; Senior Talent 
Show 12; Presidents Club 12: Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 9, 10, II: AFS Club II, 12. 
Denese Marie Parker: Library Aide I I : 
Varsity Softball 10. II, 12. Lou Paroska: 
Soccer 9, 10, II, 12; Hockey 10. II. 12. 
Marie Jo Pasquale: Cross Country Aide 9 
manager II, 12; Track Aide 9, 10, II, 12: 
Survey 12: Yearbook 12; Class Cabinet 10, 
II; Student Council 12: Presidents Club 

12. Dale Wm. Pate: Diving 9: Big Show 9, 
10; AV Club 9, 10, H, 1 2; Ski Club II, 12; 
Senior Talent Show 9, 10. Mads Otto Pe- 
dersen: Soccer 12. Beth Johanna Pekoh 
Class Cabinet 10. II; Survey 12: Presi- 
dents Club co-secretary 12; Senior Talent 
Show 12. Pam Perdan: Key Club 9, 10 
lieutenant governor II. 12; Flag Corps 10. 
I i co-captain 12; Office Aide 10. II. 12: 
Senior Talent Show 1 2; Choral Masters 1 1 , 
1 2; Swim Timer 1 1 : Fall Play 9: Spring Play 
stage manager 9. Michael A. Peters: Presi- 
dents Club president 12: Ski Club 9. 10. 
II. 12: Foreign Language Club 9. 10. II: 
Yearbook 9. 10, Ih Eucuyo 10, II, 12; 
Class Cabinet 9. II. 12; Survey It asst. 
editor 12; National Honor Society II, 12. 
Brenda A. Peterson: Choral Masters 1 1 , 
12: Fall Play II. 12; Spring Play II; Big 
Show 10: Class Cabinet 9. 10. Edward J. 
Petrich: Baseball 9. 10, II. 12. Kristen 
Marie Petrie: Peer Tutor 12: Basketball 9. 
10, II; Track 10; Hockey Aide 12; Senior 
Talent Show 12: Presidents Club 12. The- 
rese Pevec: Key Club 10; Yearbook II. 
Matthew Phillips: Soccer 9. 10. 



P. J. Allen dressed up for the prom 



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Seniors 




Lisa Marie Paolucci 



Caria Ann 
Pappalardo 



Bonnie Parker Denese Marie Parker Michael Parkinson 




Robert Parmertor Lou Paroska Marie Jo Pasquale Dale Wm. Pate Mads Otto Pedersen 




Kevin Pekar Beth Johanna Pekol Pam Perdan Michael A. Peters Brenda A. Peterson 




Marlene Petho Kristen Marie Petrie Therese Pevec Matthew Phillips Nicholas Picozzi 



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119 




Brenda Piontkowski Michael Piper 



Alan Plevelich 



Suzanne Porter 



David Potokar 




Suzanne Redman 



Patricia A. Reed 



Kimberley L. Rees 



Dave Reinke 



Sonja Reno 




Beth Richards 



Andrea Richardson 



Debbie Ritchie 



William Roeder 



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Seniors 




Alan Plevelich: Football 9. 10. II. 12. Da- 
vid Potokar: Football 9. 10, 1 1 captain 12: 
Hockey 9. 10 captain II. 12; Baseball 9. 

11, 12: National Honor Society II. 12: 
Class Cabinet II, 12: Ski Club 10, II. 12; 
Senior Talent Show 12. Kimberly Prewitt: 
Euclid Cultural Committee 12. Cathy 
Probst: O.E.A. II. 12; Basketball Aide 9; 
Senior Talent Show 1 1 . Kerri Lynn Ra- 
daker: Survey 9, 10, II, 12; National Hon- 
or Society II, 12; Peer Tutor 1 2; Yearbook 
12: Office Aide 12; O.O.E.A. 1 1 secretary 

12. Chad Ramlow: Hockey 9, 10, II co- 
captain 12: Football II. 12: Track 10, 1 1 
captain 12: Indoor Track 9, 10, II, 12. 
Suzanne Redman: Swim Timer 9, 10; AD 
Club 12: AFS Club 12: Ski Club 12. Patri- 
cia A. Reed: Softball 9. 10: Big Show 9, 10, 
I M 2: Ski Club 11.12; Varsity Chorale I I 
treasurer 1 2; Student Council I I. 1 2: Class 
Cabinet 9, 10. Kimberley L. Rees: Football 
Trainer 9. 10. 1 1, 1 2: Outdoor Track 9, 10. 

11. 12: Big Show II. 12; National Honor 
Society II, 12: Ski Club 10, II: Student 
Council II: Class Cabinet 9, 10: Senior 
Talent Show 12: Choral Masters II, 12; 
AD Club 9, 10: Spirits 9, 10, 1 1. 12. Dave 
Reinke: Ski Club 9. 10, II. Sonja Reno: 
Marching Band 9, 10, II. 12: National 
Honor Society II. 12; Peer Tutor 9, 10. 1 1 . 
12; Yearbook 10, II. 12: Survey 9. 10: 
Varsity Chorale II, 12: Stage Band 11,12: 
Big Show 9, 10, II. 12: Senior Talent Show 

12. Beth Richards: Soccer 9: Student 
Council 9: Swim Team 10. Bryce Riha: 
Stage Band 9. 10. II. 12: Marching Band 
9, 10, squad leader 1 1 . 12; Key Club 9, 10 
treasurer i I; Varsity Chorale II. 12: AV 
Club 10; Survey photography editor 12; 
Archery Club 10: Bicycle Club II: Pep 
Band 9. 10. 11. 12: Senior Talent Show 10. 
12: Prom Aide II. 



Off To College 

Students Reveal Their College Plans 



-Cleveland State 
-Bowling Green 
-Kent State 
-Ohio State 
-Ohio University 
-Miami University 
-Baldwin Wallace 
-University of Cincinnati 
-The Armed Forces 





Mark Smith. Amy Terango and Mike Mehls all agree that 
college is the way to go. 



Christina Turkall is one of the many that must 
make this hard decision. 





Above-. Stacie Davis, Lesley Ferrara and Renata Grahovac 
know that having a homeroom in the career office can be 
very helpful in making future plans. 

Left: All seniors know that the first step to a college 
education is studying. 



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121 



Summer of '87 



-Tanning on the beach! (Katarina Oroz) 

-Taking an exotic vacation somewhere 

and getting a great tan. 

-Going where the men are! 

-Getting a job and making money for 

college. (Sue Redman) 

-Going to Europe. (Scott Scherbarth) 

-Kicking back, raking in the bucks from 

my graduation party, and just hanging 

loose. (Ray Leonardi) 

-Resting, swimming, and AVOIDING 

books! 

-Being a burden on my mom until she 

goes crazy. (Dejarnette Lomax) 

-Making a race car to break the sound 

barrier. (Tim Pretchel) 




Senior Mike Mehls jams on the baritone 
sax at Senior Talent Night. 





Activities 

Heidi Rohi: Ski Club 10, II. 12: Wai Na- 
polo 10, 11; Student Council 12; Senior 
Talent Show 1 2; Key Club 1 1 ; Marching 
Band 9. 10 squad leader 1 1: Big Show 10, 
1 1 ; Fail Play 1 1 . Renee Marie Rolik: Class 
Cabinet II, 12; Senior Talent Show 1 2; 
Presidents Club secretary 12; Yearbook 
10; Foreign Language Club 10, II: Eucuyo 
9. Paul T. Rose: Soccer 9, 10, II, 12. Cary 
E. Sanders: Yearbook 9; Survey 9: Peer 
Tutor 12: Outdoor Track Aide 9; Indoor 
Track Aide 9: Senior Talent Show 1 2; Pres- 
idents Club 1 2; Concert Band 9; Marching 
Band 9; Pep Band 9; Choral Masters 1 1 , 
1 2; Varsity Chorale 1 2. Jeffrey Sas: Wres- 
tling 9. 10, II, 12; Track 9. Paula 
Schaefer; Fall Play 9, 1 1 student director 
10; Spring Play 9, 11; Holiday Play 12; 
Peer Tutor 1 2; National Honor Society 1 1 , 
12: Teen Institute 10, II, 12; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10. Scott M. Scherbarth: 
Marching Band 9, 10 squad leader II, 12; 
Stage Band 9, 10, II, 12: Big Show 9, 10: 
Senior Talent Show 10, 12; Key Club 10. 
Cynthia M. Schultz: Swim Timer 10; Office 
Aide 10; Euclid Cultural Committee 1 1 
corr. secretary 12; Basketball Aide II, 12: 
PA Announcer 12; O.O.E.A. vice-presi- 
dent 1 1 , president 1 2; Senior Talent Show 
12. Nancy S. Schultz: Key Club 9, 10; AFS 
Club 12: Office Aide 10, II; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 10. Robert Schwenner: Foot- 
ball 9, 10, 1 1, 12. Kristie L. Scott. Cheer- 
leader 9, 10, It captain 12; Class Cabinet 
9, 10, II, 12; Student Council 1 1; Office 
Aide 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; AFS Club 1 1 : Spirits 1 1 , 
1 2: Ski Club 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Presidents Club 
12. Dave Segulin; Football 9, 10, 12 cap- 
tain II; Wrestling 10, II, 12 captain 9; 
Key Club 9, 1 vice-president 1 1 , presi- 
dent 12: Foreign Language Club 9, 10, lit 
Presidents Club 1 2: Survey 1 2; Peer Tutor 
1 2: National Honor Society II, 12; Eucuyo 
9, M. 



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122 




Heidi Rohl 



Renee Marie Rolik 



Paul T. Rose Dina Rostankowski 




Cary E. Sanders 



Laura Sanders 



Jeffrey Sas 



Bernie Sauer 



Jeff Samsa 




Paula Schaefer 




i I 

Scott M. Scherbarth Georgeann Schilling Cynthia M. Schultz Nancy S. Schuiz Robert Schwenner 




Kristie L. Scott 



Dave Segulin 



Dawn Sergent 



John Shippitka 



Jennifer Shusky 



Seniors 



123 




Brian Sim 



Chokechai 
Simakaiornboon 



Monica Simmons Amy Elizabeth Skiljan Jeffery A. Slattery 




Jeff Smith 



Mark M. Smith Diane Lynn Smrdel Mitch Sotka Stefanie Marie Sper 




Todd Springborn Rob Srnovrsnik Lynn Marie Statz David Steeves 




Carol DeAnne 
Stennis 



Steve Stegh 




Janet Lynn Sterbank Tracy L. Stone Brian Strowder Melissa Stuper 



124 



Seniors 




Activities 



Chokechai Simakajornboons AFS Club 1 2. 
Monica Simmons: Office Aide 9, 10, II, 
12: Cross Country 9, 10, II, 12; Indoor 
Track I h Track 9, 10, 1 1, 12: Ski Club 12; 
Wrestling Aide 1 2. Amy Elizabeth Skiljanj 
Volleyball 9; Basketball 9, 10; Track 9. 1 1 . 
12; Fall Play 12; Spring Play lOs Ski Club 
1 1 ; Office Aide 1 2; Indoor Track 1 2; Stu- 
dent Council 9. 10, II. Jeffery A. Siat- 
teryi Golf 10, I I captain 12: Basketball 9; 
Swim Team 12; Diving 12; AD Club 12. 
Jeff Smith: Outdoor Track 9, 12. Mark M. 
Smith: Cross Country 9. 10, 11 co-captain 
12: Indoor Track 1 1 : Outdoor Track 9, 10, 
1 1 ; Survey sports editor 1 2; Yearbook 1 0, 

11, 12: Class Cabinet 10, II, 12; Student 
Council II, 12; Foreign Language Club 10, 
II; Big Show 10, II, 12: Senior Talent 
Show 12: Peer Tutor 10. II, 12: National 
Honor Society II, 12. Joseph Sopko: Base- 
bail 9. 10, II, 12; Football 9, 10. 12. 
Mitch Sotka: Key Club 9. 10, 1 1 vice-pres- 
ident 12; Ski Club 10. II, 12. Stefanie 
Marie Spet: Class Cabinet 9, 10; Orchestra 

9, 10 , 1 1. 12: Big Show 9, 10, 12; Year- 
book 9, 10 co-underclass editor I I, copy 
editor 1 2; Choral Masters 1 1 ; Varsity Cho- 
rale 1 1 ; Fall Play 1 1 ; National Honor Soci- 
ety II, 12. Rob Srnovrsnik: Marching 
Band 9, 10, II, 1 2; Stage Band 10, 1 2: Big 
Show 10: Symphonic Wind Ensemble 9, 

10, 1 1. 12: Football 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Hockey 

9. 10. II, 12; Baseball 9, 10, It, 12. Lynn 
Marie StatZ: Softball 9: Marching Band 9, 
quartermaster 10. 11 librarian 12; Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble 9, 10. II, 12; Pep 
Band 12; Big Show 9. 10. 12; Orchestra 9. 

10. II, 12. David Steevesi Fall Play 12; 
AFS Club 9: Senior Talent Show 1 2; Peer 
Tutor 9; O.E.A. secretary 1 1 . historian 1 2. 
Carol DcAnne Stennist Survey 9, 1 2. Janet 
Lynn Sterbank: Peer Tutor 1 1 ; Wai Napolo 
10; AD Club 10. II. 12; Foreign Language 
Club 1 1 ; National Honor Society II. 12; 
Class Cabinet 10; Yearbook 10 underclass 
editor 1 1 . business editor, editor-in-chief 

1 2. Tracy L. Stone: Soccer 9; Track 9: Key 
Club 10. I li Big Show 10: Student Council 

11. 12: Senior Talent Show 1 2; Office Aide 
10. II. 12. 



Video Favorites 

Seniors Picic Ttieir Favorite TV Sliows 



When taking a break from those 
books (or trying to AVOID remember- 
ing their presence!), the class of '87 
spent a great deal of time in front of the 
television set! T.V. shows that rated 
highly with seniors were: Cosby. Moon- 
lighting, Family Ties, Night Court, San- 
ta Barbara, Cheers, General Hospital, 
Who's The Boss, and Growing Pains. 
Seniors liked watching "the tube", be- 
cause it provided relaxation while they 
were recovering from that dreaded ill- 
ness called "senioritis"! 

-Stefanie Sper 




Are Mark Smith and Michelle Goodman hoping 
for a TV audition? 




Adam Stauffer and Bill Balazs getting friendly with former homecoming queen Sharon Berke and 
her friend Laura Rattini. 




Boys from Varsity Chorale singing about "The Best Little Whore House in Texas' 



Seniors 



125 



On The Edge Of The 

Abyss 

Hardest Teachers And The Hardest Classes 




Although the class of '87 had its fa- 
vorite teachers and classes, the seniors 
had some definite opinions as to the 
teachers and classes they DISLIKED the 
most!!! Voted as the hardest teachers 
were: Mr.VonBenken, Mr. Reno, Mr. 
Friedman, Mr.Petrovic, "Biff" Wensing. 
Mr.Collins, and Mr. Hoffert. Hardest 
classes included A. P. Physics, Calculas, 
Chemistry, Biology, European History, 
and the dreaded Math Analysis. 

-Stefanie Sper 





Meme Vend rushing to finish her assignment 
before the deadline. 











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Activities 



Karen A. Stupica: Basketball 9. 10. II. 13; 
Cross Country 9. Matthew J. Surrena: In- 
door Track 12: Outdoor Track 12. Pamela 
J. Swyt: Class Cabinet 9, 10, II, 12: Senior 
Talent Show 12: Track Aide 9. 10. 11: 
Presidents Club treasurer 12: Ski Club 10, 
II. 12: Yearbook 9: Eucuyo 10: Office 
Aide 1 2. Louis J. Tadielloi Football 9. Rob- 
in Taylor: Marching Band 9 quartermaster 
10, II squad leader 12: Euclid Cultural 
Committee 10. II. 12; Soccer Aide 12; 
Track Aide 9: Choral Masters II, 12; Con- 
cert Band 9, 10, II, 12. MicheleA. Tekieli: 
Volleyball 9. 10, I 1 . 1 2; Basketball 9; Soft- 
ball 9, 10, II. 12; AD Club 9, 10, II, 12: 
Student Council 9, 10, I I : Class Cabinet 9, 
10, II, 12; Foreign Language Club II; 
Presidents Club 12: Peer Tutor 10, II. 
Amy TerangO: Presidents Club president 
12; Ski Club 9, 10, II, 12: Eucoyo 10, I I, 
12: Yearbook 10, II, 12: Office Aide 12; 
Foreign Language Club 10. II: Survey 12; 
Class Cabinet II, 12. Linda P. Thomas: 
Diving 10; Track 10: Cross Country II. 12; 
Senior Talent Show 11. 12; Big Show 1 1. 
Rich Thompson: Baseball 9, 10, II, 12. 
Almeda L. Tisdes: Track 9; Volleyball 9; 
Basketball 9. 10. II, 12. Luann Marie To- 
masi: Class Cabinet 9, 10; Track Aide 9, 
10. II. 12; Cross Country manager 10. II, 
12; Yearbook 9, 10; Presidents Club 12; 
Senior Talent Show 12. Andy Tomc: Soc- 
cer 9. 10. II. 12. Renee Marie Tonni: 
Yearbook 10: O.E.A. 1 1. Julie Toth; Soccer 
9: Ski Club II. 



n 



A history class preparing for an upcoming test. 



26 



Seniors 




Karen A. Stupica Michael A. Sullivan Wendy Summers Matthew J. Surrena Pamela J. Swyt 




Louis J. Tadiello Jeffrey Taylor 



Pamela Taylor 



Robin Taylor 



Daniel Tekancic 




Michele A. Tekieli Amy Terango 



Deborah Testa Linda P. Thomas Rich Thompson 




Almeda L. Tisder Luann Marie Tomasi Renee Marie Tonni 



Julie Toth 



Philip Touschner 



Seniors 



127 




Christine Trebec Mr. Dave Tressler Jeffrey Trobenter Terence Trocheck Tracy Tuckerman 




Christina L. Turkall Steven Turner 



Brian A. Valentine 



Dawn Turpin 



Karina Urbancic Kristen Urdzik 




Tracy Ann Van 
Beneden 



Thomas Vincent 



Nicki Vitolo 



Shannon Marie 
Elizabeth Wagner 




Virginia M. Wagner Coleen Wajahn Mark Waksmunski Thomas Wanamaker Gail Ward 



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Seniors 




Activities 



Mr. Dave Tressler: Ski Club 9, 10. 1 1. 13. 
Tracy Tuckerman: Swim Team 9, 10. II; 
Volleyball 9: Office Aide 11,12, Christina 
L. Turkall: Volleyball Jl, 13: Softball II: 
Basketball Aide II, 12. Dawn Turpin: 
Swim Team 9, 10, II co-captain 12; Wai 
Napolo 9, 10. II. 12: Student Council 12: 
Soccer 9. Brian A. Valentine: Marching 
Band 9, 10 squad leader 11,12 president 
12; Stage Band 9, 10, II, 12: Pep Band 9, 
10 director 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
9, 10, II, 12: Varsity Chorale 12: Choral 
Masters 12: Senior Talent Show 12; Big 
Show II, 1 2: Orchestra 9, 10, II, 12. Tra- 
cy Ann Van Beneden: Football Aide 12; 
Class Cabinet 9, 10. 12: Volleyball 9; Se- 
nior Talent Show 1 2; AD Club 10. Thomas 
Vincent: Marching Band 9, 10 squad lead- 
er 11, 12; Concert Band 9: Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 10, I I, 12; Stage Band II. 
1 2: Ski Club I 1 . 1 2: Key Club 10, I I ; Ten- 
nis 9, 10; Survey 12; Archery Club 10; 
Senior Talent Show 1 2; Pep Band I I . Shan- 
non Marie Elizabeth Wagner: Cheerleader 
9. 12: Hockey Aide 10, II; Diving 10; 
Cross Country 10; Track 12: Class Cabinet 
9: Presidents Club 12; Senior Talent Show 
12. Virginia M. Wagner: Cross Country 9: 
Cheerleader 9, 10; Track 1 2: Class Cabinet 
9. Coleen Wajahn: Tennis 10, II, 12; Class 
Cabinet 9, 10; Indoor Track Aide 9, 10; 
Outdoor Track Aide 9, 10. Mark Waks- 
munski: Hockey 9, 10, II: Track 9, 10: 
Cross Country 9, 10. Gail Ward: Class 
Cabinet 1 2; Basketball Aide 1 1 ; Teen Insti- 
tute 10. 



Cream Of The Crop 

National Merit Semi Finalists Represent 
The Top Students In The Country 



Many college-bound students have 
had to take the Preliminary Scholastic 
Aptitude Test, PSAT, in their junior 
year. How many of us noticed the let- 
ters NMSQT which are also a part of the 
name? They stand for National Merit 
Scholar Qualifying Test, and last fall 
three E.H.S, seniors, Todd Dickinson, 
David Steeves and Claudia Cummings, 
realized the significance of these letters 
when they were told that they had 
qualified as semifinalists in the Nation- 
al Merit Scholar Program. In addition 
Tanya Lomac, Mark Smith, Mark Min- 
cek, Jeff Coy, Rob Carlson and John 
Flowers were commended. 

Congratulations!! 

-Claudia Cummings 




Teri Marando: joys of a 
birthday. 



Seniors 



129 



Remember When... 



-Mr.Seymour made a fool of himself on 
stage at Senior Talent Night? 
-Mrs. Tkac threw the bird out the 
window? 

-Mr.Freedman's ninth grade honors al- 
gebra class "studied parabolas"? 
-Pam Perdan faught Quick Carl in front 
of the whole class about not teaching 
properly? 

-The balloons almost knocked Mr.Sy- 
dow off his ladder at the '85 Homecom- 



£ H. S. 

ing game? 

-Lunch was $ 1 .00? 

-Mr.Leopold gave Stefanie Sper as rose 

from a "secret admirer" in front of the 

entire Spanish class? 

-Homeroom was BEFORE first period? 

-The truth finally came out when some 

football players put on their evening 

wear for the "beauty pageant" at Senior 

Talent Night? 





Some of the candidates for homecoming queen and their escorts on stage waiting to be introduced. 




Activities 



Shareice Whitehead: Euclid Cultural 
Committee 1 1 rec. secretary 12; AD Club 
12. Raynal Yvetle Williams: Euclid Cultur- 
al Committee H, 12. Troy A. Williams: 
Track 10, II, 12. Thomas R. Wirbeh Base- 
ball 9; Key Club 10. II : Spring Play 10 
Fall Play 1 1 ; Holiday Play 1 2: Golf 11,12 
Varsity Chorale II. 12; Big Show 11,12 
AV Club 10. II. 12: PA Announcer 12 
Choral Masters II. 12; Peer Tutor 1 2 
Yearbook 1 2. Terese M. Yanko: Swim Tim- 
er 10, II, 12. Barbara Zschuppe: Office 
Aide I I: Presidents Club 12. 



Jeff Coy. Amy Terango, Charlotte Mantel. Beth Pekol. Scott Lorenzo. Mark Pckol and Mr. Pignatiello 
enjoying themselves at the homecoming dance. 



130 



Seniors 




Kenda Ward 



Korine Ward 



Kathy Werry 



Jacqueline Wheeler 



Sadia Wheeler 





hareice Whitehead 



Raynal Yvette 
Williams 



Thomas R. Wirbel 



Robert Wootten 



Terese M. Yanko 




David Yartz 



Robert Yehl 



Andrew Young 



David Yurkovich 



Christine Zadnik 




enise Ann Zahursky Barbara Zschuppe 



NOT PICTURED: Carletta Adams, Jamal Allen, Martin Blase, Richard Bliss, Susan 
Bratton. Dean Brodowski, Brian Brown, Linda Burich, Robert Campbell, Elie Cha- 
moun, Elaina Cirino, Robert Cole, Deanna DeBaltzo. James Dickinson, Dianna Du- 
mendic, Elizabeth Dushaj, Andre DuVail, Edward Eddie, Dawnette Epps, Michael 
Fitzgerald. Demetrius France, Linda Franic, Eric Glick, Marlene Grega, Steve Grgincic, 
Lesley Hamilton, Celestine Hoawthorne, Raymond Hill, Regina Hinton, Timothy 
Ivinskas, Clifford Jefferson, Alecia Jenkins, Jeffrey Johnson, Shaun Johnson, Xavier 
King, Patricia Kobetitsch, Donald Leftwich, DeJarnette Lomax, Michael McCloskey, 
William McCormack. Sinisa Mikulcic. Peter Mikulin, William Miller. Art Miner, Craig 
Molnar, Robert Montana, Lawonna Moore, Harry Murphy, Edward Murray, Antonio 
Murry, Daniel Nicolanti. Lisa O'Grady. Michael Park, Edward Petrich, Vincent Pe- 
truccelli, Corinne Powell, Charles Pretchel. Troy Reese, William Roberts, Noel Santa, 
Richard Segines, Raymond Singer, Kimberly Smith, Robert Smith, Joseph Sopko. 
Michael Templeton, Andrew Tome. Stephanie Unick, Phyllis Venable, Patrick Walsh, 
Leon West, Troy Williams, Dyann Wilson, Laurie Workman. Robert Yoke. Denise 
Zingle. 



Seniors 



131 



SPORTS 




Sports Divider 



• # 








Lisa Germano, Lynn Phillips, 
Megan Wandersleben, Karen 
Maroli, Micheie Tekieli and 
Meme Vend on the volleyball 
court. 




Sports Divider 



Second in G.C.C* 



The Varsity Football Team ended the 
season with a fine 7-3 record, finishing 
2nd in the league with a 6-1 record. 
The season began with losses to Cleve- 
land Heights and St. Joseph, after 
which the Panthers recorded six 
straight victories before losing to Wil- 
loughby South in the championship 
game. 

The Panthers had an explosive of- 



fense, setting several offensive records. 
Joe Brechun had 38 catches and 10 
touchdowns, P.J. Allen rushed for 
1 , 100 yards and Dave Potokar threw for 
over 1 ,000 yards to help the Panther 
express gain over 3,200 yards this sea- 
son. Much of the success of our offense 
was due to a very good line headed by 
seniors Paul Harris, Rich Johnson, Rob 
Lapuh and Dave Segulin. Defense 



standouts included Robert Smith, Marty 
Lisac, Chad Ramlow and Dave 
Downing. 

Overall, this outstanding team was 
able to perform well because of the 
leadership of our 3 1 seniors. An equal- 
ly outstanding group of juniors will give 
us a foundation for next year. 

-Athletic Department 




Varsity Football: Row one: Nick Kro. Steve Clark. Bob Schwenner, P. J. Alien, Paul Kuklak. Tony Lauria, Paul Harris. Dave Potokar, Marty Lisac, Mike Kekic. 
John Karabinus and Robert Smith. Row two: Dave Perry, Xavier King, Bruce Miller, Mike Loparo. Bruno Fonovic, John Kronik, Al Saracevic. Tom Holland, Pat 
Walsh and Ron Rohlke. Row three: Mark Hornyak, Al Plevelich, Rick Dakdouk, Kevin Grablovic, Mark Bonnay, Mike Ball, Rich Brewer. Dave Downing. Rich 
Johnson. Chad Ramlow, Pat Lauria and Rob Lapuh. Row four: Brian Strowder, Joe Brechun, Mike Mazzei, Rick Hornyak. Mark Roberts, Jim Samuel, Dave Se- 
gulin. Joe Vehar, Joe Sopko, Jeff Daugherty and Todd Uhlir. Row five: Shaun Johnson, Ed Powers, Del Cummings. Kevin Fomby, Tommie Ford. Derek Evans, 
Merle Davis and David Gray. 



134 



Varsity Football 




Varsity Football 



135 



What were you doing at 9:08 Friday night? 








Senior Tri-Captains; Dave Potokar. Paul Harris and Tony Lai 




Cheerleaders swinging on the track during 
a game. 



1 36 



Varsity Football 





m 


VARSITY FOOTBALL 


^ 


" EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


13 


Cleveland Hts. 


18 


28 


St. Joseph 


41 


35 


Geneva 





31 


Brush 





7 


Mayfield 





13 


Eastlake North 


6 


43 


Mentor 


35 


31 


Maple Heights 


13 


14 


Willoughby South 


38 


30 


Bedford 


13 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 


LOST 3 


GCC RECORD 


WON 6 


LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH 3nd 










Varsity Football 



137 



Undefeated: GCC Champs 



With an outstanding year, Euclid's 
firstand only undefeated J.V. Panthers 
had five shut-outs in an eight game 
G.C.C. season and ten game schedule. 
Starting in mid-July with thirty-five kids 
and great expectations, the team mem- 
bers gave up a relaxing summer vaca- 
tion for practice. The hard practice paid 
off as tri-captains Brian Hughes, 
Michael Barnes, and Tyrone Gilham led 
the team to a victorious season. Al- 
though having problems with oppo- 
nents St. Joe and Brush, the team stuck 
together, beating Joe's 3-6 and Brush 
12-8 in a come-from-behind victory. 
The players proved to everyone that Eu- 
clid really is number one! 

-Mark Morek 




First RowJyrone Gilham. Rick Erwin, Brian Hughes. John Herbst, Vern Williams. Second 
Row:Elvis Sugar, Steve Tajgiszer. Darren Pekar. Mark Morek. Max Koslowski. Greg 
Henderson. Third RowiMichael Barnes. John Tucci, Dan Ussai. Mike Kitchen, Jim Cudo. 
Fourth Row:Kevin Malaney, Tony Gutto, Ken Boncela. MaU Hopkins. Jim King. Fifth 
Row:Coach P., Bruce Hardman, Matt Mazzei, Edwin Powers, Eric Nebe, Coach Rezzola. 






J. V. FOOTBALL 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


20 


Cleveland Hts.(for- 




fell) 22 


14 


St. Joseph 6 


6 


Geneva 


13 


Brush 8 


16 


Mayfield 


12 


Eastlake North 


30 


Mentor 14 


36 


Maple Heights 6 


14 


Willoughby South 


12 


Bedford 


SEASON RE 


CORD WON 10 LOST 


GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 


li'iiiiii>nr-ii 





38 



J.V, Football 



Shutting Them Out 




The 1986 Freshman Football Team 
put the icing on a perfect 7-0 season by 
pounding previously undefeated Bed- 
ford 34-0. The talented young Panthers 
dominated their opponents by outscor- 
ing them 268-26. The offense averaged 
32.5 per game while a stingy defense 
gave up only 3.5. The first team defense 
gave up only one touchdown the whole 
season. These statistics were compiled 
while playing the majority of the games 
in soggy conditions. These young men 
showed improvement in technique and 
fundamentals each week while learning 
to play within a team concept. 

-Athletic Department 






FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


40 


Mentor Shore 





34 


Eastlake North 





28 


Mentor Memorial 


6 


28 


Maple Heights 


6 


28 


Mayfield 


8 


28 


Brush 


8 


40 


Mentor Ridge 





34 


Bedford 





SEASON RECORD WON 7 


LOST 









GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 





Freshmen Football 



139 



A Disappointing Season 



It was a case of too little, too late 
forthis year's Euclid Varsity Soccer 
team. The team's recored of 3-11-2 
fails to show the talent possessed. But 
when the intensity was there, Euclid 
was capable of some great soccer. Eu- 
clid defeated Mayfield in both of their 
contests with them, but thier greatest 
win was an emotion-packed victory 
over St. Joe's. 

Many individual honors were be- 
stowed upon Panthers. Mark Bartulovic 
was picked to the GCC First Team, the 
East All-Stars Second Team, and the 
News Herald First Team. Goalie Dave 
Wendel was named to the GCC and 



News Hera;d Second teams and gained 
Honorable Mention for the East All- 
Stars. Dave Brickman, who will be cap- 
tain next year, got Honorable Mention 
on the News Herald. 

Team awards were given to Chris 
Barstow for hustle. Jack Coyne and 
captain Bob Airhart for outstanding de- 
fensive players, and Mark Bartulovic 
got the offensive award. Ole Bangstad 
won the Warren Levitt MVP Award. 

Defender Jon Lange commented 
that, "The team had an exciting season, 
but it's those one goal losses that hit 
you." Coach John Gibbons was pleased 
with the leadership shown by this years 



seniors. ""There were a lot of brights 
spots on the team this year, and I am 
looking forward to seeing a good team 
from all of the sophomores on varsity 
this year.", said Gibbons. 

Mike Durbin coached the J.V. team 
to a 7-4-5 mark for the year, which was 
led by Sean Quinn, Dan DiBartolomeo, 
and Brian Mausser. The team did ex- 
tremely well considering many young 
players were taken by the varsity. Also 
having a strong season was the Fresh- 
man team coached by Mark Wardeiner. 
Certainly this team will provide players 
for better varsity teams in the future. 
-Ryan Ehrhart 




Row one: B. Kunes. M. Bartulovic. C. Bar- 
stow. D. Brickman. K. McClusky, R. Miller. 
Head coach J. Gibbons. Row two: L. Par- 
oska, P. Rose, D. Wendel. S. Quinn, J. 
Lange. B. Chamoen, Asst. coach M. War- 
deiner Row three: R. Ehrhart, N. DeGidio. 
B. Airhart, C. Bechtel, J. Coyne, M. Ma- 
son. Asst. coach M. Durbin 




140 



Soccer 






mH 




FRESHMEN SOCCER 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


3 


Hawken 





7 


Solon 


1 


2 


Brush 


2 


2 


Shaker Heights 


2 


1 


Lake Catholic 


2 


2 


Shaker Heights 


3 


3 


Willoughby South 


1 


1 


Cleveland Heights 


10 





Eastlake North 


4 





University School 


3 


1 


Brush 


9 


3 


Lake Catholic 


2 


3 


Willoughby South 


1 


4 


Eastlake North 


1 


SEASON 


RE- 




CORD 


WON 6L0ST 6 TIED 2 


GCC RECORD WON 3L0ST 2 TIED 


1 





VARSITY SOCCER 


EUCLID 
1 


OPPONENT 
Madison 2 


3 


Lakewood 4 





Lake Catholic 3 


1 


Hawken 3 


1 


Eastlake North 7 


3 




Mayfield 2 
Mentor 9 


1 


Brush 1 


2 
1 


Willoughby South 4 
Eastlake North 2 


4 
1 


Mayfield 2 
Mentor 7 


1 


Brush 1 


2 
4 
3 
1 


Willoughby South 7 
St. Joseph 3 
Orange 4 
Tournament 4 


SEASON RECORDWON 3 LOST 1 1 TIED 2 


GCC RECORD WON 2 LOST 6 TIED 2 






J. V. SOCCER 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


7 


Madison 


3 


7 


Lakewood 


1 


5 


Lake Catholic 


1 





Hawken 


1 





Eastlake North 


1 


2 
1 


Mayfield 
Mentor 



3 


1 


Brush 





2 



Willoughby South 
Eastlake North 


2 



3 
3 
1 


Mayfield 

Mentor 

Brush 


3 

1 


2 Willoughby South 

3 St. Joseph 
1 Orange 

SEASON RECORDWON 7 LOST 4 


4 

1 
TIED 5 


GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 3 


TIED 4 




Soccer 



141 



If effort alone determined the Pan- 
ther Golf Team's record, the greensmen 
would have stood at 14-0 instead of 
their actual 2-12 mark. 

Captain Jeff Slattery (a.k.a. Slats) po- 
sessed the top average of the team 
while providing spirit and support to 
the squad. Jeff was a member of the all 
G.C.C. team. 

Scott Duke, Jason Straub, and Tom 
Wirbel improved their stroke through 
hours of vital summer practice. They 
contributed to the Panther's cause de- 
spite periods of seasonal strife. 

Junior Chris Pinta proved to be the 
most consistent golfer next to senior 
captain Slattery. He had a great season 
and was a true asset to the team. 

Tim Pae, Kevin Pritchard, John Shi- 
vak, Keith Speroff, Joe Solnosky. and 
Bill Tajgiszer are eagerly awaiting con- 
tribution to the Panther's cause in the 
fall of '87. 

-Tom Wirbel 



Tom Wirbel getting ready to putt 




Tee'd up and Tee'd off 






Chris Pinta trying to hit to the green 







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142 



Golf 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


178 


Brush 


164 


177 


Mayfield 


165 


183 


Eastlake North 


162 


174 


Mentor 


162 


173 


Maple Heights 


171 


184 


Wiloughby South 


174 


170 


Bedford 


162 


183 


Brush 


173 


177 


Mayfield 


167 


169 


Eastlake North 


171 


173 


Mentor 


158 


180 


Maple Heights 


161 


173 


Willoughby South 


195 


177 


Bedford 


160 


176.5 


Average 


167.5 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 




2 LOST n 




GCC 


RECORD WON 2 
12 


LOST 



Golf Team Row I : Tom Wirbel. Joseph Meden. Tim Pae and Scott Duke. Row 1-. Jeff Slattery, Chris Pinta, John Shi- 
vak. Jason Straub and Coach Mike Raicevich. 



• 



'I 




Golf 



143 



Panthers Improve 

Tennis Team Betters Record from Previous Season 



This year's team was made up of four 
seniors , two juniors and three sopho- 
mores. Senior, Chris Duricy usually 
played first singles and was a four letter 
man. For the second year in a row , 
Chris made it through districts to re- 
gionals, but just fell short of state by 
one round. Katrina Oroz played with 
determination, improved her perfor- 
mance, and received her third letter. 
Coleen Wajahn and Kim Novotney, 
newcomers this year, both contributed 
a lot to the team and received their 
letters. Junior, Val Stupica, having 
shown continual improvement during 
the season played both singles and 
doubles. Tracy Risko, who lettered was 
out near the end of the season with an 
injury. Sophmore, Chris Oboczky usual- 
ly was one of the team's strongest per- 
formers in tournaments. Liz Oroz, an- 
other newcomer, also earned her first 
letter. Rounding out the team was 
Heather Morrison, who filled in for an 
injured or ill team mate. Though the 
team was small and suffered illness and 
injury, the line up changed often , but 
the girls pulled together to end their 
season playing many competitive 
teams. Regardless of the record. Coach 
Dzerowicz felt it was a successful sea- 
son because of the spirit and improve- 
ment of the team. 

Valerie Stupica 




Valerie Stupica practicin^efore a 
match. 



144 






■r 


TENNIS IH 


P» 


1986-1987 fl 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


1 


Gilmour 4 


1 


Hudson 4 


4 

3 



Regina 1 
West Geauga 5 
Richmond Heights 2 
Mentor 4 


5 


Shaw 





Akron Firestone S 


1 


Cleveland Heights 4 
Lakewood 4 





Solon 5 


1 
2 


St. Joseph Academy 4 
Lake Catholic 3 


3 
3 
4 


Valley Forge 2 
St Augustine 2 
Geneva 1 


2 


Beaumont 3 


2 


Mayfield 3 



SEASON RECORD: WON 6 LOST 12 
HEAD COACH= ALEX DZEROWICZ 




Katrina Oroz hoping her body En- 
glish will put the ball away. 



Coieen Wajahn, with her eye on theball, ready to return the 
serve. 



jv otnev returning Ji'JMl while Coach Dzerowicz 
"studies ine opponent. 



Girl's Tennis 



145 





FRESHMAN BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 


EUCLID 




OPPONENT 






St. Joseph Inv. 


- 


23 




Mentor Ridge 


33 


4th 




University Inv. 




24 




Mentor Memorial 


none 


4th 




Coaches Classic 


- 


26 




Lakewood 


27 


2nd 




Euclid Inv. 


- 


38 




Mentor Shore 


20 


Ist 




Walsh Inv. 


- 




SEASON RECORD WON 3 


LOST 1 



The Euclid Boys' Cross-Country team 
finished 6-1 on the season, second in 
the G.C.C. behind defending state 
champion. Mentor. Season highlights 
included a first place finish in the 
Coaches Classic Division II and a sec- 
ond in the highly respected field at Lo- 
rain County Community College. Con- 
sistent varsity runners included M.V.P. 
Ted Karnak, Reggie White, Co-Captain 
Bob Bukovac, Outstanding Sophomore 
Lee Taurman, Co-Captain Marky Smith, 
Eric Eyman, Rob Carlson, and Dennis 
Coy. Support was provided by junior 
varsity runners Doug Mehls, Dan Fran- 
cetic, Joe Goerndt, Phil Arnold, Phil 
Matish, and assistant coach Jeff Davis. 
The freshmen boys finished 3- 1 on the 
season with a first place finish at the 
Walsh Invitational. -Mark Smith 




Up$ And Downs 

Boys And Girls Run To Regionals 



f^K 






BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY 




20 


Bedford 


43 


15 


Willoughby South 


50 


25 


Eastlake North 


32 


15 


Brush 


50 


47 


Mentor 


15 


15 


Maple Heights 


44 


16 


Mayfield 


40 


PLACE 


INVITATIONALS 


TEAMS 


lOth 


Avon Lake 


17 


Nth 


Walsh Tomahawk 


13 


7th 


St. Joseph 


15 


3rd 


University 


7 


21st 


Malone 


31 


Ist 


Coaches Classic 


17 


2nd 


GCC Championship 


8 


2nd 


Lorain CCC 


25 


3rd 


District 


15 


8th 


Regional 


72 



SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST I 

GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST I 

CONFERENCE FINISH 2nd place 

Head Coach Tom Halbedel 



Ted Karnak and Bob Bukovac lead Euclid over Eastlake North 



Mark Smith and Dennis Coy make their mark on the world 




146 



Boy's Cross-Country 





Coach Collins, Jenny Sas. Jenny Zigman, Sue Gulp 



The Girl's Cross Country Team had a 
great season. Many girls had injuries, 
yet with strong determination the Lady 
Panthers managed to stay among the 
top teams throughout the season. 

The girls started their season by fin- 
ishing seventh at the Avon Lake Invita- 
tional. Here they showed their potential 
and went on through their season to 
finish fourth in the G.C.C. and fourth at 
the district meet. The team placed ninth 
at the regional meet and it was also 
here where six runners set thier person- 
al bests with four under twenty-two 
minutes. The Pantherettes defeated 
many teams, such as Mentor and Madi- 
son, which they had not defeated dur- 
ing the season at both the district and 
regional meets. 

Although not a record-breaking year, 
the girls worked around injuries, stuck 
together, and ran their hardest. All in 
all, it was a great season. 

-Kristine Hren 




GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 


I 


EUCLID 


• OPPONENT 


18 


Bedford 


45 


26 


Willoughby South 


30 


37 


Eastlake North 


18 


19 


Brush 


40 


30 


Mentor 


30 


39 


Mayfield 


20 


20 


Maple Heights 


39 


PLACE 


INVITATIONALS TEAMS 


Sth 


Avon Earlybird 


9 


8th 


Walsh Tomahawk 


10 


lOth 


St. Joseph 


15 


3rd 


University 


9 


21st 


Malone 


29 


lOth 


Coaches Classic 


14 


4t 


GCC Championship 


8 


6th 


Lorain 


14 


4th 


District 


16 


1st 


Walsh Warrior 


II 


9th 


Regional 

OPEN TEAMS 


13 


tst 


Lorain 


6 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 
3 
GCC RECORD WON 4 LO 


LOST 


5T 3 




LEAGUE FINISH 4th 





FRESHMAN GIRL'S 


CROSS 




COUNTRY 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


- 


St. Joseph Inv. 


- 


16 


Mentor Ridge 


39 


1st 


University Inv. 


- 


16 


Mentor Memorial 


none 


- 


Coaches Classic 


- 


. 


Euclid Inv. 


- 


none 


Mentor Shore 


29 




Girls' Cross Country 



147 



Togetherness: that's one word that 
describes the 1986 Panther Volleyball 
Team. The other is dominance, for the 
players controlled every match by dom- 
inating their opponents. The team had 
the best start in Euclid history at 16-0 
before finishing 2B-3 overall and 13-1 
in the conference, which was good for 
their first ever conference title. 

According to coach Donna Paderew- 
ski ("Sneaky P"), this year's team was 
the most coachable, talented, and fam- 
ily-oriented bunch she has ever had, 
and their record can speak for itself. 
Besides the GCC title, the "Big Blue 
Spiking Crew" registered other firsts as 
well. The team was ranked among the 
top twenty in the state, appeared in the 
district finals, clinched the Euclid Invi- 
tational and Sectional titles, as well as 
consolation in the Lakewood Tourna- 
ment. In addition. Captain Shelly Te- 
kieli was All-Ohio Honorable Mention 
and MVP in the conference, Meme 
Vend was also Honorable Mention, Ka- 
ren Maroli and Megan Wandersleben 
were both First Team All Conference, 
Lynn Phillips was Second Team All 
Conference, and Donna Paderewski 
was the GCC Coach Of The Year. 

The team has many good things to 
look forward to as five of the six start- 
ers will be returning to possibly capture 
their second straight title. However, the 
returning players would like to wish the 
best of luck to the seniors and to say 
thanks for one great year. 

-Karen Marol 




Spikin' It To Em 

Varsity Volleyball Takes First in G.C.C. 



148 




Varsity Volleyba 




Lisa Cermano tips the ball over. 




Lady Panthers warm up before a game 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


8J5J5 


Collinwood 


15.12,6 


12.15.15 


Regina 


15.2,0 


16.16 


Mayfield 


14,14 


15.15 


North 


13.10 


7.15.15 


Maple Heights 


15.8,12 


15.15 


St. Joseph 


8,2 


15.15 


Shaker Heights 


7,9 


15.17 


Willoughby So. 


12,15 


15.15 


Bedford 


8.10 


14.15.15 


Brush 


16,6,4 


16.15 


Mayfield 


14.6 


15.15 


North 


7.10 


15.2.15 


Lake Catholic 


8,15,11 


15.15 


Mentor 


9,6 


15.11.15 


Maple Heights 


6,15,9 


15,9.15 


Mentor 


11,15,12 


15.9.14 


Willoughby So. 


5,15,16 


13.15.15 Garfield Heights 


15,12.6 


11,15.10 Cleveland Hts. 


15.9.15 


15.15 


St. Augustine 


2.7 


15.15 


Bedford 


5,2 


15.15 


Brush 


6.7 


15.15 


Chardon 


2.3 


15.15 


Mayfield 


3.5 


15.15 


Solon 


13.13 


13,15,7 


Geneva 


15,9,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 23 LOST 

3 


GCC RECORD WON 1 3 


LOST 1 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 




Row I: N. Molnar. M. Wandersleben. S. Tekieii. L. Phillips Row J. C. Turkall, J. Enneper. B. Lauver. J. Oblak. K. Maroli Row 3: A. Mata, T. 
Vanah, K. Faletic, K. Vanah. K. Curtis. L. Germano Row 4-. B. Tobolewski. C. Cantini. C. Fasick, P. Levstik. J. Enneper. L. Bartulovic Row 5.- P. 
Buck, C. Porter, D. Cickavage, T. Tekieii, L. West, K. Watral, C. Meaney, S. Lisac, D. Paderewski 



Varsity Volleyball 



149 



Future Varsity 

JV Provides Talent For Next Year 




Row I: Sarah Granito, Renee Aquila. Chris Oblak. Marlene Hribar. Lorinne Wolenski, Cindy Grubach Row 2-. 
Jenny Barcza. Audra Butkus, Toni Chiudioni. Laura Montagner, Cyndy Cramer. Jennifer Slattery. Kerri Mc 
Reynolds Row 3-. Cindy Jerele. Jill Enneper. Kristie Ugrinic. Jennifer Kacperski. Leslie Gogan. Lana Seiler NOT 
PICTURED: Balee Riley 



Cindy Jerele serves it up! 



Under the direction of newcomer 
coach Jean Savage, the Panther Junior 
Varsity volleyball team ended yet an- 
other successful season with an overall 
record of 10-7 and 8-4 in the Ct.C.C. 
Players consisted of juniors, sopho- 
mores, and one freshman. Tiffany Te- 
kieii. The team was a hard working 
bunch who only got better as the sea- 
son progressed and all should contrib- 
ute to next years success as well. 

-Karen Maroli 








150 



JV/Freshman Volleyball 



The freshmen volleyball team was 
coached by Pat Buck this year. The vol- 
leyball team started off the season do- 
ing pretty well and ended the season 
taking the second place troply at the 
Mentor Shore Tournament. They played 
well throughout the long tournament. 
When the game between Euclid and 
North came up, Euclid players beat 
North, perhaps because the tournament 
meant more to us and to our coach. 
One of the girls replied, ''We really sur- 
prised North when we beat them." 
When asked about the tournament, 
Lana Seiler said, "When we were out on 



the court we would never have made it 
without the team's great spirit." Anoth- 
er girl replied, "The people on the 
bench were breaking a bigger sweat 
than the people out on the court!" Eu- 
clid went through three long back- 
breaking matches against Mentor Me- 
morial with a lot of good sets by Jill 
Enneper and Cyndy Cramer plus great 
spikes by Lana Seiler and Marlene Hri- 
bar. Although Euclid got second place, 
the girls had fun, played hard, and 
learned a lot. Everyone seemed happy 
with their seasonal record. 

-Balee Riley, Leslie Gogan 




Meme Vend. Shelly Tekieli and Beth Lauver on the court. 




SF— • 


J. V. VOLLEYBALL 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


15,15 


Collinwood 9,6 


15.15 


Regina 8,9 


15,15 


Mayfield 4. i 


15,15 


Eastlake North 7,9 


15,7.12 


Mentor 6,15,15 


14.6 


Maple Heights 16,15 


8,15,10 


Willoughby South 15.13,15 


15.15 


Bedford 8,7 


2,15.15 


Brush 15,13,9 


15.15 


Mayfield 1 .7 


9,12 


Eastlake North 15,15 


9.11 


Lake Catholic 15,15 


15,15 


Mentor 4.9 


15. 13. 15 Maple Heights 13,15,11 


13.2 


Willoughby South 15,15 


15,15 


Bedford 1,11 


16,7.15 


Brush 14,15,1! 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 

6 

GCC RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 



FRESHMEN VOLLEYBALL 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


15,15 Mentor Shore 


7.13 


15.16 Willoughby South 


7.14 


7.14 Eastlake North 


15,16 


13,7 Mentor Memorial 


15,15 


15,15 Mentor Ridge 


13,12 


15,6.15 Brush 


9,15.10 


15. II. [7 Cleveland Heights 


9,15,15 


1 1,1 5, 15 Mentor Shore 


15,8,11 


6.16.15 Willoughby South 


15,14,9 


1 1 .7 Eastlake North 


15,15 


15.15 Mentor Memorial 


10.4 


14,7 Mentor Ridge 


16.15 


10.15.8 Brush 


15,10,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 
5 
GCC RECORD WON 7 


8 LOST 


LOST 5 




Terri Sopko and Lynn Phillips on the court. 



Megan Wanderslaben goes up to spike the 
ball while Karen Maroli looks on. 



JV/Freshman Volleyball 



151 



Ran Out Of Gas 

Varsity Ends In Three Way Tie For GCC Lead 



The Boy's Varsity Basketball team, 
coached by "Doc " Daugherty and John 
Cayne, started out the season winning 
thirteen of its first fourteen games. The 
team was led in scoring by Junior Tri- 
Captain Derek Walton, who averaged 
over twenty points a game. Derek 
scored thirty-five points in an exciting 
comeback victory over Bedford. Senior 
Tri-Captain Brian Brown led the team in 
rebounds, averaging just under ten re- 
bounds a game. Brian pulled down a 
season high of nineteen rebounds in a 
loss to Mentor. Other leading contribu- 
tors to the team's success were Seniors 
Ray Singer, and Tri-Captain Rich John- 
son. Junior contributors were A.J. 
Parker, Kevin Hudson, and Ray Rhone. 



Rich Stringer, a sophomore, also helped 
the team. The "Blue Team Mercenar- 
ies" were a talented squad of second 
teamers who pushed the first team in 
practice. The "Blue Team Mercenaries" 
included Jeff Daugherty, Kurt Posey, 
Ron Ulle, Bob Brown, Clarence Sim- 
mons, and Matt Brizes. The mercenaries 
provided much of the cheering at the 
games. 

All players had a chance to show off 
their skills in most games. This is a fine 
group of close-knit people who have 
the talent to be an outstanding basket- 
ball team. Plus, all but four players will 
return next year. Good things can be 
expected of this team for years to come. 
-Jeff Daugherty 





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Front: M. Cickavage Row 1. Rt Lomax, J 
Ward, C. Simmons. B. Brovn»« R. Ulle. 1 


Daugherty. M. Brizesft^ Bffown. K*y Park 
(.Hudson. D. Walton, L. Etheridge, R. Rhc 


;r, R. Stringer. R. Singer, K. Posey Rou 
ne, S. Johnson, J. Cayne, C. Schultz 


f2: D. FrancetiSl^Mfeht. T. 
C. Turkall. D.|Jl|»gc. D. 


Daugherty. 







Boy's Varsity Basketball 



52 




Boys' Varsity Basketball 



153 




Jr 1 i? 



Brown oiMtfeaps fSe defenders 



Boys' Varsity Basketball 



54 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Rich Johnson and Ray Singer awaiting a chance 
for a shot. 



Kevin Hudson going up for two. 



EUCLID OPPONENT 


56 Cleveland Hts. 


63 


7 1 Geneva 


44 


78 Eastlake North 


52 


75 Willoughby South 


58 


82 Orange 


71 


60 Brush 


56 


54 Mayfield 


52 


73 Mentor 


52 


77 Maple Hts. 


73 


69 Bedford 


62 


83 Madison 


58 


77 Eastlake North 


61 


53 University 


52 


73 Willoughby South 


56 


59 Brush 


77 


76 Wickliffe 


67 


53 Mayfield 


55 


68 Mentor 


70 


67 Maple Hts. 


62 


60 Bedford 


55 


SEASON RECORD WON 


1 5 LOST 4 


G.C.C. WON 


10 LOST 3 




A. J. Parker warming up before a game. 



Kevin Hudson going in on a fast break. 



Derek Walton shooting from one of his favorite 
positions. 



Boys' Varsity Basketball 



155 



First In GCC 



Without A Doubt, The J. V. Team Belongs On Top 





J. V. BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


63 


Cleveland Heights 


51 


34 


Geneva 


30 


42 


Eastlake North 


32 


48 


Willoughby South 


46 


77 


Orange 


50 


56 


Brush 


38 


54 


Mayfield 


39 


65 


Mentor 


44 


65 


Maple Heights 


50 


35 


Bedford 


57 


77 


Madison 


29 


82 


Eastlake North 


29 


64 


University 


45 


56 


Willoughby South 


50 


60 


Brush 


55 


65 


Wickliffe 


33 


47 


Mayfield 


33 


62 


Mentor 


50 


49 


Maple Heights 


38 


57 


Bedford 


53 


SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 1 


G.C.C. 


Record WON 1 3 LOST 1 



The J.V. Basketball team had another 
very successful season under coach 
Turkall. They got off to a fast 9-0 start 
and never relinquished their first place 
claim en route to the G.C.C. champion- 
ships. It was a team filled with a lot of 
individual talent and skill, comple- 
mented with hustle and hard work. Mr. 
Turkall's "hardest working team ever" 
and "one of his best", was led by start- 
ing guards and Co-Captains Mike 
Barnes and Mike Guilfoyle. Many play- 
ers got into every game and contribut- 



ed. "With the game on the line, I would 
feel comfortable with any of the thir- 
teen in there", boasted the coach. By 
stressing perfect defense and patience 
on offense, the Panthers were able to 
force opponents into turnovers and 
score against any defense thrown at 
them. The leading scorers on the team 
were Mike Guilfoyle and Terry Roscoe, 
while pacing in rebounds were Ed Pow- 
ers and Derek Krotine. 

-Bob Velkos 




Ed Powers going up for a rebound 
against Mayfield. 



156 



Boy's J. V. Basketball 



Excellent Frosb Team 

Freshman Team Supplies Lots Of Talent For Later Years 



This year's boys freshman basketball 
team had a successful season under 
first year coach Richard Phillis. The 
team finished the regular season with 
an 11-3 record, and was headed to the 
Cleveland Heights Tournament. The 
team had to overcome a lot of adversi- 
ty, including the loss of key players due 
to injury and inelligibility. The team 
was led by captains Joe Meden and 
Terence Bush, as well as the team's 
most consistent player, Rob Smith. All 
in all, with hard work and determina- 
tion, the team pulled together for one 
fine season. 

-Dave Sargent 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


50 


Mentor Memorial 


47 


53 


Mentor Ridge 


30 


61 


Brush 


47 


34 


Willoughby South 


35 


51 


Bedford 


35 


51 


Maple Hts. 


44 


61 


Mayfield 


36 


46 


Mentor Memorial 


29 


51 


Mentor Ridge 


39 


42 


Brush 


35 


56 


Willoughby South 


22 


52 


Bedford 


38 


44 


Maple Hts. 


42 


37 


Mayfield 


40 


50 


Brush 


30 


50 


St. Joseph 


53 


SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 4 


G.C.C. 


WON 12 LOST 3 







Joe Meden drives for a lay up. 



Chris Martin takes a lay-up shot. 



Boy's Freshman Basketball 



157 



First In The GCC 

An Awesome Season For A Powerful Team 
Junior And Senior Players *Shoot Down' The Competition 



Under first year coach, Terri Du Broy. 
the Lady Panther Basketball team con- 
cluded the regular season with their 
best finish ever. Despite having only 
three seniors on the squad the Lady 
Panthers clinched their first conference 
championship by finishing 13-1 in the 
G.C.C. 

After suffering an early season loss, 
the Lady Panthers rebounded back to 
rattle off 1 6 consecutive victories; each 
one more impressive than the other. 
Included in their triumphs was a 90-28 



pounding of Brush to set the school 
scoring record and a 47-40 win over 
Lake Catholic to win the Euclid Holiday 
Tournament. 

Heading into post season play at 1 8- 
2, the Lady Panthers also had another 
first this season-they were recorded # I 
in the sectional/ district tournament, 
up one spot from last year. After win- 
ning their district last year, the Lady 
Panthers hope to continue their win- 
ning tradition and make their second 
regional appearance. 



Members of this year's championship 
team were captains: Karen Stupica and 
Lisa Germano, senior Renee Guillory: 
Juniors: Karen Maroli, Meme Vend, 
Lynn Phillip, Megan Wandersleben, 
Tracy Dembek and LaTonya Aiken: and 
sophomore Terri Sopko. 

With most of the team returning, in- 
cluding all the starters, and strong ju- 
nior varsity players, the Lady Panthers 
hope to finish next year with and even 
better season. 

-Karen Maroli 




Row I: M. Vend, L. Phillips. R. Guillory. K. Stupica, A. Motiejunas and M. Wandersleben. Row 2-. K. 
Maroli, T. Dembek, T. Sopko. L. Aitken, L. Germano and T. Du Broy. 



Adria Motiejunas playing hard against Mayfield. 



The Lady Panthers driving for two. 



158 




Girl's Varsity Basketball 




Meme Vend shoots while Megan Wandersle- 
ben waits for a possible rebound. 



Karen Maroli going up for two against Mayfield. 





VARSITY BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


56 


Gilmour 


52 


47 


Lake Catholic 


40 


44 


Eastlake North 


57 


46 


Willoughby South 


38 


67 


West Geauga 


66 


48 


Brush 


43 


67 


Regina 


60 


64 


Mayfield 


46 


73 


Maple Hts. 


29 


77 


Bedford 


36 


57 


Mentor 


34 


76 


Eastlake North 


44 


60 


Willoughby South 


37 


90 


Brush 


28 


81 


Mayfield 


33 


44 


Lake Catholic 


39 


60 


Mentor 


34 


51 


Maple Hts. 


39 


82 


Bedford 


38 


56 


Canton Mckinley 


90 


SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 3 


G.C.C. 


WON 13 LOST 1 




Meme Vend, Lynn Phillips and Renee Guillory 
deep within Rebel territory. 



Adria Motiejunas shooting. 



Girl's Varsity Basketball 



159 



Super Season 

J.V. Girls Provide A Wealtli Of Talent 
For Next Year's Varsity Team 





J.V. BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


43 


Eastlake North 


24 


43 


Willoughby South 


13 


53 


West Geauga 


18 


33 


Brush 


37 


64 


Regina 


10 


60 


Mayfield 


13 


41 


Maple 


28 


57 


Bedford 


19 


44 


Mentor 


28 


33 


Eastlake North 


27 


54 


Willoughby South 


19 


55 


Brush 


30 


55 


Mayfield 


18 


43 


Lake Catholic 


3! 


1 46 


Mentor 


22 


1 ^"^ 


Maple 


39 


47 


Bedford 


21 


34 


Canton McKinley 


22 


SEASON RECORD: WON 16 LOST 2 


* G.C.C. 


RECORD: WON 12 LOST 2 



After finishing 12-2 in the G.C.C. 
and 16-2 overall, the junior varsity 
team once again finished atop the 
G.C.C. for its second straight year. 

Coached by veteran Ray Force, 
this year's squad was very team ori- 
ented; working hard and picking 
each other up to reach their goals. 
Another noted accomplishment from 
the team was keeping their home 
victory streak at 23. The last JV 
home loss was November 1984. 



Members of this year's team were: 
Laura West, Laurie Zigman, Jennifer 
Davis, Kelly Hyne, Carolyn Brandich, 
Gunny Meaney, Jeanette Sas, Kelli 
Vanah, Jennifer Petie, Leila Thomas 
and Chris Yurich. 

With the talent each one of these 
members has, they will most certain- 
ly contribute to next year's varsity's 
success immediately. 

-Karen Maroli 




Girl's J. V. Basketball 



160 



Working Hard 

Rookies Show Talent On Court 



The girl's freshman team played an 
outstanding season displaying much of 
the hard work and effort that went into 
polishing their skills. " We grew to- 
gether this season and we all know 
what it means to give the extra effort to 
be on the winning side," said the team. 
Overall, a successful future is bound to 
be ahead for this talented team. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 


19 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


17 


Eastlake North 


10 


32 


Shaker Hts. 


II 


20 


Mentor Ridge 


10 


31 


Mentor Memorial 


28 


35 


Brush 


22 


22 


Willoughby South 


10 


50 


Bedford 


9 


44 


Shaker Hts. 


10 


40 


Cleveland Hts. 


26 


51 


Mentor Memorial 


26 


30 


Mentor Ridge 


9 


55 


Brush 

Willoughby South 
Bedford 


12 


SEASON RECORD. WON 14 LOST 



Jill Enneper at the line. 



Driving down the court. 



Tracy Prestigomo taking a foul shot. 




he Panthers moving into Refoet terri 



Another of the many baskets against Ridge. / 



p and coming talent shoj^ing their-akills. 



Girl's Freshman Basketball 



161 



Living Dangeroulsy 

Euclid leers Put Up A Tough Battle 




ilanc, C. Linderman. D. Potokar, C. Ramlow, M. Waksmunski, P. Harris, M. Lisac, D. Lombardo and M. Nebe RowJtE. Lent. G. Brokaw, S. 
Seymour, T. Beiavich, J. Hanson, B. Dragloas and Asst. Coach R. Wherley 



r^»jnF 



It was a tough season for the Panther 
icers. ending with a 4- 1 5 overall re- 
cord. For the second season, they were 
led by head coach Gary Geldart and 
Assistant Coach Rick Wherly. The 1986 
Baron Cup Division Cup II Cahmpions 
were edged out by St. Ignatius for a spot 
in this year's tournament. Here the 
team was burdened in the mid-season 
with many injuries. Sometimes there 
were only seven skaters who were able 
to play. This year was supposed to be a 
record year for the Panthers with six 
seniors, six juniors, three sophomores, 
and only one freshman. Even though it 
was a tough season with many injuries, 
the Panther icers never gave up, and 
always tried to give it their best shot. 
-Tim Belavich 



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Chad Ramlow does some fancy footwork. 




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Steve Seymour, Tim Belavich and Chad Ramlow prepare for battle. 



162 



Hockey 






HOCKEY 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 





Shaker 


5 





Lakewood 


2 


3 
6 
4 


St. Joseph 
Normandy 
Parma 


7 

3 


4 
2 


Brooklyn 
Olmsted Falls 


7 
4 


1 


Garfield 


6 





Olmsted Falls 


6 


4 
2 
2 


St. Ignatius 

Trinity 

Garfield 


7 
4 
6 


3 
3 


St. Joseph 
Kent 


8 
11 


2 


St. Ignatius 


2 


4 


Brooklyn 


3 



u Paroska, Tim Belavich, Dan Lombardo and Paul Harris warm up for the game against Normandy. 




Add two more to the penalty box 



Paul Harris waits to make a goal. 



Hockey 



163 



Almost Perfect 

Euclid Loses Close Match To Maple And Takes Second In GCC 



In the vast bowels of Euclid High 
School there lies a room. Lurking in this 
pit like gladiators of old are warriors of 
a new age. These warriors are the 1 986- 
S7 Wrestling team. Wrestling is a sport 
that requires much determination and 
dedication. Under the careful leader- 
ship of Coach King the matmen drill 
moves and condition their bodies to the 
brink of exhaustion. In addition each 
wrestler has to make the required 
weight each week which calls for care- 
ful dieting and willpower. The Varsity 
lineup included: Rick Rizzo at 98 
pounds, Harry King at 105 pounds. Joe 



Aquila at I I 2 pounds, Dan Harding at 
I 1 9 pounds, Ken Mance at 1 26 pounds. 
Rich Kekic and Gerald Moore both at 
132 pounds, Dan Newman at IB8 
pounds, Jeff Sas at 145 pounds, Pat 
Lauria at 155 pounds, Tony Lauria at 
167 pounds. Bob Anderson at 175 
pounds, Edward Eddie at 185 pounds, 
and heavyweight Rich Brewer. 

The team seemed to have some of 
last year's power as they were enroute 
to a second G.C.C. title when their fire 
was put out by a strong Maple Heights 
team. Previous to the Maple match the 
mighty Panthers were undefeated in 24 



dual meets. The last time the Panthers 
lost was in 1985 to Maple Heights. 

This season once again proved to 
have some very exciting matches. Con- 
tributing to this excitement was the 
"Panther Zone", the nickname given to 
the weight classes from 155 to Heavy- 
weight. The "Zone" proved to be the 
deciding factor in the Mentor match. 

Has the Panther dynasty ended? No 
Way! The Panthers Junior Varsity lost 
only one match this season. The JV 
matmen proved they have the potential 
to keep the dynasty going. 

-Dave Segulin 




Wrestling Seniors Row I-. D. Segulin and D. Abele Row 2. B. 
Anderson. T. Lauria and J. Sas 



Sophomore Wrestling Row I-. E. Nebe, J. Holland. S. Pinta. G. Moore, S. Oekleva and E. George. Row 2-. 
J. King, R. Parmertor, T. Dushaj. D. Clark, K. Gambatese and D. Luzny. 




Dan Harding and Pat Lauria dominating their opponent. 



164 



Wrestling 






VARSITY WRESTLING 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


32 


Lake Catholic 24 


35 


Cleveland Hts. 15 


48 


Eastlake North 12 


39 


Willoughby South 20 


48 


Brush 5 


54 


Mayfield 18 


34 


Mentor 25 


24 


Maple Hts. 27 


52 


Bedford 1 5 



Richmond Hts. Tournament 2nd 
Brunswick Tournament 6th 
Season record: Won 8 Lost I 
G.C.C. Won 6 Lost I 



Junior Wrestling Row /-. M. Cleary. H. King, D. Newman, S. 
Christen Row 1. R. Brewer, T. Holland, R. Kekic, E. Hughes 



John Kronik facing his opponent. 






J. V. WRESTLING 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


27 


Lake Catholic 33 


24 


Cleveland Hts. 13 


46 


Eastlake North 18 


34 


Brush 19 


62 


Mayfield 30 


27 


Madison 35 


28 


Mentor 23 


31 


Maple Hts. 28 


2! 


Bedford 33 



Richmond Hts. Tournament 
Brunswick Tournament 
Season record: Won 6 Lost 3 
G.C.C. Won 4 Lost I 



Freshman Wrestling Row I: D. Higham, J. Parsons, B. Scott, M. Sheck, D. Fender, D. Amato Row 1. T. 
Gjerek, B. Marolt. G. Skok, J. Cudo, T. Hsu, M. LaManna 




FRESHMAN WRESTLING 



EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


63 


Mentor Ridge 12 


6 


St. Edward 46 


53 


Brush 12 


33 


Willoughby South 22 


60 


Maple Hts. 15 


33 


Mayfield 39 


36 


Mentor Memorial 26 


36 


Elyria 39 


35 


Solon 39 


39 


Cleveland Heights 24 



St. Edward Tournament 8th 
Euclid Tournament 2nd 

The rest of the team rooting for their teammate. Coach King goes over some tactics with the team. Season Record: Won 6 Lost 4 



Wrestling 



165 



Panther Aide 

We'll Fix Your Ills 




What is a Sports Aidel Are|it|e| ' 
glorified errand runners for iheco 
es? No. they are a group of girls<^ > 
dedicated to their own sport/ Many 
keep team statistic!, nfete sur^ the 
players have water, and make the 
coaches' job much Easier. They^alte|id^ 
every game and cheer their team to lic- 
lory. Often the aides do not get as 
much recognition as they Reserve/ but 
they still give all their support to their 
team. 

-Timothy Belavich 



Trainer Julie Dakdouk attends to Damir 
Cvitkovic 




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obus clown around before a game. 





Do you like running in circles, 
breathing heavily and sweating pro- 
fusely? If you do, then you are a mental 
outcast called a runner. Here at Euclid, 
we have a place just for you- the indoor 
track team. If you enjoy any of the 
above activities and are not on the 
team, then you should be. Where else 
can you smell like a pig and have the 
honor of team participation too?? 

Both boys and girls can join the in- 
door team. Yes, pain and sweat can be 
shared with the opposite sex. The boys' 
team currently has an ongoing seven- 
teen meet winning streak. Plus, they 



Great Track Record! 

Indoor Track Team Has A Strong Season 



have won two consecutive champion- 
ships. The girls have only two meets 
each year, but they have always been 
fighters. Together, the boys and girls 
form an awesome force. 

Most people join to get in shape for 
outdoor track. Senior Monica Simmons 
summed it up this way: "You see, by 
dehydrating yourself and becoming 
dizzy, you become a better athlete. If 
you are seriously considering a state 
championship, you have to compete in- 
doors to get an 'edge'." Jim Orndoff. a 
Senior shot putter, stated: "I joined in- 
door track to better myself." Why else 



would someone undergo such torture? 
Really, indoor track is fun. Of course, 
it is a different kind of fun. The athletes 
like to destroy opposing teams. The 
boys have mauled seventeen straight 
teams, including John Adams, and the 
girls have always been impressive at the 
Ohio State University Invitational 
where the whole season peaks at the 
Indoor Championships. This is where 
all the hard work pays off. For the last 
two years, Euclid has come out on top. 
It could be that Euclid's runners sweat 
the most. 

-John Day 




Left; Row I: Taray Terry, Jennifer Burlison. Jill Tomasi, Lisa Tirabassi, Mia 
Parise and Amy Skiljan. Row 1. Terry Renshaw. David Wheeler, Jodi 
Enneper, Cindy Cantini and Heidi Ospelt. Row 3-. Coach Robert Ramlow 
and Assistant Coach Pete Schwenke 




Left: Row I: Tarnell Thompson. Carl Adams. Bob Bell. P.J. Allen. Joe 
Vehar, Scott Smith. John Wandersleben and Jeff Grigsby. Row 1. Carlos 
Henderson, Eric Eyman. Doug Mehls. Jeff Davis, John Day. Bob Bukovac, 
Dennis Coy and John Evans. Row 3-. Eric Berry, Roger Hoffman. Jason 
Slejko. Matt Surrena. Jim Bell. Lee Taurman and Tawfig Akhir. Row 4. 
Coach Robert Ramlow, Xavier King, Henry Lewis. Travis O'Hannon. Don- 
ald Craig. Rashawn Williams, Joe Goerndt. Reggie White. Bobbie Jones, 
James Mixon and Assistant Coach Pete Schwenke. 



Indoor Track 



168 



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INDOOR TRACK 


■-*■ 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


61 


Akron Buchtel 


52 


no 


West Tech. 


13 


6S 


St. Ignatius 


51 


79 


Walsh/J. Adams 


25/48 


79 


Shaker Heights 


40 


93 


Lin. West/JFK 


J!i5 


Season Record; Won-lnS^W 


Mil 



Reggie White takes the baton from Bill Kunes. 



Chad Ramiow clearing the bar.' 



Lisa Tirabassi and /my SMljan strecthing out 



Skflja 



Amy Skiljan stretches out while John Day stands 
guard. 



Swimmers Struggle 

Boy's Swim Team Flounders Through GCC Season 





BOYS SWIMMING 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


91 


Padua 75 






59 


University 




115 


77 


Beachwood 




92 


74 


Fairview 




82 


73 


Bedford 




99 


97 


Maple Hts. 




74 


56 


Mentor 




116 


69 


Brush 




94 


MO 


Mayfield 




54 


60 


Berea 




III 


96 


Madison 




66 


Season Record: 


Won 4 Lost 1 1 


G.C.C. 




Won 2 Lost 3 



Rise and shine it's 5:30 a.m., time to 
get up and go to swim team practice. 
Yes, the sport where sleep is an extra- 
curricular activity requires much hard 
work and determination. 

This year's team was primarily com- 
posed of underclassmen. However, 
quality, not quantity, was their key to 
success. The distance event, 20 laps, 
was handled by Tony Cappuzzo, Tom 
Reynolds and Mike LeQuyea. The 
sprinters, Mike Mehls, Joe Tressler and 
Dan Campbell also scored for the team. 



Jack Coyne and Matt Davis did the 
breaststroke and backstroke respective- 
ly. This year's novices included Kevin 
McCluskey, Jeff Cechura, Tim Tobin 
and Jim Segulin. Diving for the team 
were Greg Jordan and Jeff Slattery. 

The new coach, Jeff Jaroscak, an '8 1 
graduate of Euclid, had an optimistic 
outlook for the tankers. Both Jeff and 
the assistant coach, Pat LeQuyea are 
veterans whose experience greatly ben- 
efitted the team. 

-Mike Mehls 



Boy's Swim Team Row I: Coach J. Jaroscak, K. McCluskey. 
B. Henderson. M. Mehls. J. Slattery. G. Jordan and asst. 
Coach Pat LeQuyea. Row 1. R. Roach. M. Davis. J. Tressler, 
T. Cappuozzo, J. Cechura. J. Coyne. T. Trevarthan, D. Camp- 
bell. M. LeQuyea, M. Blasius, J. Segulin and T. Tobin. 



The race begins 




170 



Boy's Swimming 









171 



Undefeated Season 

Swim m in' Women Talce G.CC For 7tli Year In A Row 



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Euclid "swimmin" women show their 
stuff once again. With first year coach 
Ellen Mulqueeny. the Pantherettes 
started off with a successful season. Se- 
nior Co-Captains Dawn Turpin and Sue 
Kelly headed the team with superior 
times as well as juniors Debbie Miller 
and Terri Schmeling, sophomores Amy 
Dehner and Chris Hren. and freshman 
Jackie Thomas. Team depth was the 
key pont in providing the winning sea- 
son for the mermaids. As their season 
rounded toward the G.C.C. meet, they 
had a winning record with 5-0 in the 
G.C.C, and 1 0-1 overal 

-Terri Schmeling 




Julie Dakdouk congratulates Terri 
Schmeling while Debbie Miller shows 
her pleasure. 



Row I. K. Bell. J. Dakdouk. S. Bierer. L. Anderson, K. Hren. C. Mantel, N. Molnar, K. Esch, L. Pizmoht. P. Perdan. S. Kobus. 
Coach Mulqueeny Row 1. D. Turpin. S. Kelly. C. Van Dyne. D. Miller. T. Tuckerman. K. Reed. D. Murphy. A. Dehner, J. 
Slattery, J. Thomas, D. Kucker. T. Schmeling 




Girl's Swim Team 



172 





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GIRL'S SWIMMING 


EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


116 


Padua 


'W ^^ 


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Laurel 


82 


II 124 


Beachwood 


40 


68 


Fairview 


^ SS 


90 


Bedford 


m «j»^^ g2 


132 


Maple Hts. 


37 


97 


Mentor 


^m-m go 


91 


Brush 


97 


Mayfield 


72 


^.ii 


Berea 


84 


119 


Madison 


52 


Season Record: 


Won 10 Lost 1 


G.C.C. 




Won 5 Lost 




Kris Hren getting out of the water after a 
race. 






Kirsttn Esch gets ready for a race white Pam Perdan records times. 



Girl's Swim team 




UNDERCLASS 



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Kelly Burdock, Charlene Carter and Laurie Long 
streth show their friendship. 



Underclass Divider 



College Testing 



PSAT/NMSQT. ACT. SAT: What do 
all those letters mean? They're enough 
to boggle your mindl How do you re- 
member all of them? Unfortunately for 
all college-bound juniors, all those let- 
ters stand for College Entrance Exami- 
nations (more popularly known as 
TESTS!) 

All students who plan on attending 
college must take at least one of these 
tests: the test taken depends on the 
requirements of the college that you 
want to attend. Some students manage 
to take all of those tests at one time or 
another. 



The worst feature of the examina- 
tions is that they are administered early 
on Saturday mornings. In addition, you 
spend several hours trying to remember 
the meaning of sesquipedalianism, to 
comprehend boring reading passages, 
and to remember how to find the sur- 
face area of a sphere. 

After all this you wonder, what could 
be worse than a College Entrance Ex- 
amination? Try filling out college appli- 
cations, scholarship applications, fi- 
nancial aid forms, writing essays for 
your applications, getting teacher 
recommendations 

-Janet Sterbank 




Mi» Baraniuk shows the back view o( her newest 
hairstyle. 



Sandra Accettola 

La Tonya Aitken 

Latrinia Alexander 



Angela Androjna 

Angela Arrington 

Karma Arter 

Laura Asseff 

Brian Baer 

Denise Baird 



Michael Ball 

Matthew Ballish 

Tracey Baranowski 

Kenneth Barber 

Julie Barcza 

Christopher Beemiller 



Sandra Belavic 

Timothy Belavich 

Steven Belle 

Richard Bencivenni 

David Berke 

Eric Berry 




176 



Juniors 




Kurt Besselman 
William Besselman 
Reginald Black 
Simone Blair 
Sonya Blair 
Crystal Bobosik 



Mark Bonnay 
Lakechea Bonner 
Denise Bowman 
Thomas Boyce 
Shannon Brennan 
Richard Brentar 



Richard Brewer 
David Brickman 
Stacie Brickman 
Matthew Brizes 
Timothy Brooks 
Clyde Brown 



Kimberly Brown 
Robert Brown 
Scott Brown 
George Brozovich 
Daniel Bukvic 
John Burke 



Randolph Burlison 
Robert Burrows 
Tabitha Burrows 
Charles Burtyk 
Michelle Butauski 
Constance Cahoon 



Eric Calabrese 
Daniel Campbell 
Anthony Capuozzo 
Patricia Cecelic 
Jeffrey Cechura 
Lynn Cercek 



Larry Cheatham 
Christine Chinni 
Steven Christen 
Michael Cleary 
Cedric Cobb 
Debra Colantonio 



Justina Colo 
Adriane Conklin 
Angela Conroy 
Anthony Cook 
Nancy Cook 
Shannon Cool 



Juniors 



177 



Gary Corbett 

Dennis Coy 

John Coyne 

Donald Craig 

Nicole Crombie 

Charles Cummings 



Delmond Cummings 

Carol Cvijanovic 

Julie Dakdouk 

Michael D Apollo 

Jeffrey Davis 

Kara Davis 



Lesley Dean 

Tonda Dean 

Timothy Delaney 

Matthew Dell 

Kimberly Del Monte 

Tracy Dembek 



Barbara De Sico 

Leshawn Dewberry 

Nicholas Di Bartolomeo 

Michael Digiovine 

Jennifer Dommer 

Tami Donahoe 



Frederick Dorazio 

Nickole Doss 

William Dragolas 

Stephen Drazdik 

Dragan Drazatic 

Dawn Drnek 



Jill Dudziak 

Mary Dugandzic 

Katy Dunes 

Michael Dunmire 

Richard Dureiko 

Deirdra Durham 



John Eads 

Robert Easter 

Judith Enneper 

Kimberly Epps 

Frederick Etheridge 

Derek Evans 



Eric Eyman 

Nicholas Fimiani 

Sean Flanagan 

Melissa Focareto 

Michael Focareto 

Kevin Fomby 




78 



Juniors 



Get Down And 
Boogie! 




The fun begins at 8:00 when a mass 
of Panthers gathers in the E-Room for 
dancing, dancing, and more dancing! 
The themes of the dances range from 
dressing in togas to digging out sun- 
glasses and wild pairs of shorts for a 
beach party. Dances, according to 
sophomore Jim Cudo "...are excellent 
for socializing." Lisa Anderson said, 
"It's a good time to be wild." The music 
seems to contain a ration of eight to 
one, fast to slow songs. During the fast 
tunes everyone seems to jam, while the 
slow ballads bring everyone into a ro- 
mantic mood. After the concluding 
slow song, everyone heads out for 
Wendy's or McDonald's. Many Pan- 
thers enjoy their eight to eleven eve- 
nings at Euclid, and depart with happy 
memories. 

-Karen Reed, Nora Race 



Melissa Formica 
Dean Frehmeyer 
Angela Gamber 
Tracy Camber 
Daniel Geddes 
Robert Gelo 



Robert Gezann 
Joseph Gjerek 
Christopher Gladin 
Jeffrey Glubish 
Desiree Gondeau 
Christine Goode 



Anthony Granito 
David Gray 
Jennifer Greene 
Anthony Griffin 
Daniel Griffin 
Lucia Grillo 



Juniors 



179 



Just Another Average Day 




Thomas Gron 

Christopher Groves 

Susan Guip 

Ronald Guttu 

Susan Hall 

Beth Hammer 



Deborah Hammond 

Daniel Harding 

Henry Harris 

Kevin Harrison 

Matthew Harrison 

Monica Hayden 



When the last bell of the school day 
rings, a sigh of relief is felt by a lot of 
Euclid students. They have survived an- 
other relentless day of backbreaking 
classes and can go to their favorite 
hangouts. 

But where do they go? This year the 
favorite place is Euclid Square Mall. 
Whether students are there to eat or to 
just look around, there's always a good 
enough reason to go. The fast food res- 
taurants including McDonalds, 
Wendy's and Little Caesar's are quite 
popular, especially after dances and 
games. 

During the weekend, the beach or 
any other great place to hang around is 
busy. Freshman Barb Steele prefers to 
go to the movies while sophomore Lara 
Lomac states she hangs out wherever 
she is at the time! The seniors and ju- 
niors don't seem to care where they go, 
as long as they are away from school. 

The main point is that whenever Eu- 
clid students decide to hang out, they 
always have fun and do it with class. 
-Heidi Martin 





ISO 



Juniors 



Renee Hayes 
Delvena Henderson 
Karen Heyduk 
Timothy Hickok 
Sonya Hicks 
Joseph Hiltner 



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Kerri Hocevar 
Diane Hodnichak 
Thomas Holland 
John Hooks 
Jennifer Hopkins 
Deborah Hoppert 



Dawn Horgan 
Richard Hornyak 
Po-Chun Hsu 
Jeffrey Huddleston 
Kevin Hudson 
Love Hudson 



Mathew Huested 
Edward Hughes 
Jeffrey Hynes 
Kristina lie 
Carolyn Ivaskovic 
Frank Jankowski 



Terrence Jayne 
Deidre Jefferson 
Jennifer Jeric 
John Jevnikar 
Michelle Jividen 
Steve Johnson 



Mladen Junkovic 
Anita Karaula 
Paul Karpinski 
Kathleen Keavency 
John Kehn 
Jill Keith 



Richard Kekic 
Cheryl Kempke 
Gregory Kerne 
Lewis Kimball 
Harry King 
Wendy Kline 



Bernadette Knez 
Margaret Knez 
Shawn Kobus 
Angela Koncar 
Kellie Koren 
Karen Kosmerl 



Juniors 



181 



Valerie Kovacic 
John Kribbs 
John Kronik 
David Kropf 

Derrick Krotine 
Susan Krulc 



Christine Kubinski 

Eric Kucia 

Paul Kudlak 

Elizabeth Kuhen 

Brinda Kumar 

Barry Lane 



Patrick Langdon 

Thomas Larkins 

Danielle Lauver 

Lawrence Lee 

Eric Lenz 

Edward Leonardi 



Lo Frencho Lett 

Rhonda Littlejohn 

Rodney Lomax 

Jadran Ludvik 

Matthew Lunder 

Keith Macklin 



Tracy Malaney 

David Mann 

Daniel Mansperger 

Karen Maroli 

Robert Marrott 

Lee Marsh 



Toran Marshall 

John Martens 

Kimberly Masterson 

Amy Mata 

Phillip Matish 

Bryan Mauser 



Diane Mauser 

Denise Maxey 

Kelly Mayle 

Keith Mc Clurkin 

Shileshe Mc Coy 

Robert Mc Namara 



Matthew Medve 

Susan Medve 

Krista Mews 

Eric Meyenberg 

Steven Meyer 

Michele Meyers 




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Juniors 



Finding tlie Time 



Many Euclid students look forward 
to the weekend as two days free from 
school, books, and teachers. They think 
of it as a time of getting out with their 
friends and having fun. 

Popular hangouts among students 
include the movies, shopping malls. 
McDonalds, and Wendys. Many stu- 
dents will go to a game at Euclid such 
as football or basketball, and then go 
out to eat afterwards. School dances 
are well attended by Euclid students, 
and are a favorite way for students to 
spend time with all their friends and 
have a good time. 

As Monday comes, all free time is 
over until that last bell rings on Friday 
at 2:35. 

-Kerri Radaker 





Lisa Minadeo had experiences at Eu 
did that made her hair curl. 



Many students spend their free time playing video games. 



Left: Cindi Limbert, Dan Campbell. Bob Brown and Renee 
Cuillory explore career opportunities using the COIN 
computer. 



Gina Midolo 
Deborah Miller 
Margo Miner 
Concepcion Miranda 
Nicole Molnar 
Timothy Montana 



Francine Moore 
Donald Moses 
Dana Murphy 
Mark Naglic 
David Nagy 
Mark Nagy 




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Hey, What's Cookin? 

Students Learn About The Culinary Arts 



The vocational foods program at 
Beachwood High School was attended 
by two seniors and six juniors this year. 
At Beachwood the students learn all 
the aspects of running a restaurant, 
such as preparation, cooking, waiting, 
and serving. The students run The Re- 
gal Room, a restaurant inside the 
school. One junior in the program, 
John Weakland, won a blue ribbon in 
The American Heart Association bak- 
ing contest for an orange chiffon pie, as 
well as a plaque, a recipe book, and a 
cash prize for Euclid's Home Ec. De- 
partment last year. John, who has aspi- 
rations of being a chef some day, says 
vocational foods is "a very educational 
program. I believe it is a major stepping 
stone on the way to becoming a chef 
someday." 

-Katie Weakland 



Patricia Neligan 

Daniel Newman 

Lenny Nieves 

Christine Novotny 

Joseph Nugent 

Tiffiney Oatman 



Jeanine Oblak 

Victoria Oboczky 

Michael O Connell 

Jeffrey Offak 

Gregory Ogorek 

Jeffrey Olbrysh 




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Juniors 




James Olenjk 
Jodi Orndoff 
Karla Osolin 
Jack Oil 

David Overberger 
Stephen Owen 



Nancy Rapes 
Patricia Papotta 
Robert Paradise 
Janet Pardue 
Mia Parise 
Andrew Parker 



Mervin Parker 
Katalin Paroska 
Ketan Patel 
Nicolle Pavlic 
Osman Pelinkovic 
David Penny 



Ricky Penny 
Darice Pequignot 
Josette Percic 
Barbara Perko 
Renee Perna 
Anita Perrotti 



David Perry 
Christopher Perry 
Eric Perryman 
Eda Persic 
Richard Petrich 
Gerald Petrowski 



James Phipps 
Christopher Pinta 
Gregory Pirak 
Rose Pizmoht 
Jennifer Pocaro 
Josiah Pope 



Kimberly Porten 
Kurtis Posey 
Allen Powell 
Michael Powell 
Eddie Powers 
Kevin Pritchard 



Kevin Quinn 
Sean Quinn 
Stephen Raguz 
Larry Raymond 
Robert Reese 
Melinda Reid 



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Therese Renshaw 

Raymond Rhone 

Pamela Richards 

Cassandra Richardson 

Theresa Rinaldi 

Tracy Risko 



Heather Ritchie 

Rick Rizzo 

Reginold Roach 

Robert Roach 

Mark Roberts 

Spencer Robinson 



Donald Rockwood 

Ronald Rockwood 

Ronald Rohike 

Andrea Ruffing 

David Rupert 

Justine Sabath 



Julie Sakatch 
Dennis Samsa 
James Samuel 
Kelly Sandy 
Dawn Sankey 
Patrick Santon 



Alan Saracevic 

Theodore Schafer 

Susan Schilling 

Terri Schmeling 

Victoria Schonauer 

Dione Schroeder 



Andrew Schwartz 

Dana Scott 

Sandra Scott 

Sonja Senn 

Steven Seymour 

Lisa Sheldon 



Sabrina Shotwell 

Raymond Singer 

James Slogar 

John Smiciklas 

Scott Smith 

Kelley Smith 



Lisa Smith 

Robert Smith 

Tina Smith 

Sheri Sobecki 

Christina Soltesz 

Noah Sperner 







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EHS Students Hard At Work 



Who wants jobs? Students who need 
money! How do students get money? 
Jobsll 

As students approach the high 
school years, they find their desire for 
money increases. The three basic things 
on their minds seem to be I) clothes, 2) 
cars, & 3) social life. All of which are 
associated with the dilemma- 

MONEY!!!! To solve the dilemma, 

most students turn toward the employ- 
ment scene. Along with a job comes 
lack of sleep, decline in grades, and the 
major hang-up being (at least to a teen- 
ager), a lack of time for their social life. 
So the question arises, "is it really 
worth it?" According to Renata Graho- 
vac. "No, because I have the money but 
I don't have the time to spend it." Tracy 
Van Beneden agrees with Renata, but 
also added that, "Even though I miss 
out on many social activities, I have 
made new friends at work. But if there 
was an easier way to obtain money, I 
would quit!" 

Having money may sound great, but 
making money isn't. Before you decide 
to fill out those applications, decide 
which you'd rather do on the week- 
ends, fry the burgers with your friends, 
or eat the burgers with your friends. 
Once caught up in the rat race, there is 
no turning back to that measly $10 a 
week from mom and dad. So, if it's not 
finacially imperative to work, "Take 
that job and shove it!" 

-Lori Luther, Jill Hansen 





Jennifer Spinelli 
Timothy Stanton 
Adam Stauffer 
Alchina Steen 
Julie Sterbank 
Joel Stewart 



Thomas Strah 
Shannon Straub 
Scott Strunk 
Valerie Stupica 
Craig Suchevits 
Carolyn Sullivan 



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Dreaming of Easy Street 



With senior year just around the cor- 
ner, many juniors have begun to make 
plans for their final year at Euclid Se- 
nior High School. It is very apparent 
that the class of 'S8 wants to have fun 
and enjoy itself. Angie Gamber says she 
wants "to relax and just kick back", 
and Tom Larkins summed up his feel- 
ings in two words - "party hearty". 
Some juniors are also dreading the hard 
work associated with senior year, but 
most feel it will be a good year filled 
with a lot of fun and spirit. Julie Ster- 
bank says, "I want to have fun for once 
in my life", and one anonymous junior 
said. "Senior year is supposed to be the 
best year of your life, and I plan to 
make it terrific! 

-Katie Weakland 




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Amanda Sustersic 

Jeffery Swanson 

Joseph Swope 

John Swyt 

Tascia Szalay 

William Tajgiszer 



Kristin Taylor 

Taray Terry 

Lisa Tirabassi 

Sarah Tobin 

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Juniors 




Charles Travis 
Donald Trbovich 
Todd Trevarlhen 
Martin Turek 
Todd Uhlir 
Ronald Ulle 



Bernice Ussai 
Michelle Valencia 
Patricia Vanah 
Gail Van Ness 
Joseph Vehar 
Raymond Velez 



Michelle Vend 
Michael Vetman 
Patrick Vihtelic 
Deborah Virant 
Gerald Vitolo 
Jarrod Vobornik 



Christine Vukovic 
Patrick Walsh 
Laura Walter 
Kathleen Waltermire 
Derek Walton 
Megan Wandersleben 



Ta Rhonda Ward 
Suzanne Warman 
Cathy Weakland 
John Weakland 
Robert Weaver 
David Wendel 



Reginald White 
Carlena Williams 
Stephanie Williams 
Troy Williams 
Khadija Wilson 
Candy Wingfield 



Gale Winkleman 
Linda Wojno 
Lloyd Wollmershauser 
Bryan Wolowiecki 
David Wood 
Robert Wood 



Lisa Yarish 
Teresa Yuhas 
Theresa Zagore 
Jennifer Zigman 
Valerie Zupancic 
Kim Zurilla 



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189 



Which Way to Turn 




Finally you are 16!!! You are ready 
for your cute little red sports car and a 
set of keys! (and perhaps a cute little 
blonde sitting right beside you!) Finally 
you can go out on "real" dates without 
Mom or Dad chauffeuring! You now 
know the true meaning of freedom! 

Although reality tends to break 
through for most 16 year olds (like 
driving school, the driving test, car in- 
surance, being bugged by Mom to pick 
up younger brothers from Little League 
practices) most E.H.S. students feel that 
the advantages of driving far outweigh 
the negative aspects. By age 16, most 
teenagers just have far too much to do 
and are too "cool" to be driven around 
by their parents anymore. As one E.H.S. 
student put it, "Driving gives you a 
sense of responsibility and is just one 
more step in moving away from Mom's 
apron strings towards the real world 
out there." 

-Stefanie Sper 



Chris Bryant shows off his driving skills on 
his tricycle. 




James Acha 
Thomas Adams 



Tawfig Akhir 

Sean Allen 

Suzanne Amato 

Lisa Anderson 

Charles Andrus 

Marlene Apanaites 



190 



Sophomores 




Laura Aquila 
Philip Arnold 
Frank Asbury 
Kristin Attwood 
Thomas Austin 
Lisa Baber 



Jennifer Baer 
Angela Bailey 
Ronald Balante 
Barbara Banach 
Michael Barnes 
Christopher Barstow 



Carolyn Barth 
Marko Bartulovic 
Ronald Barwidi 
Arnold Beasley 
James Bell 
Troy Berger 



Jason Bernstein 
Kimberly Berry 
Michael Berry 
Michael Belts 
Cynthia Beuck 
Sharon Beutler 



Sarah Bierer 
Chandra Billups 
Roslind Blackmon 
Mark Blanc 
Michael Blasius 
Charmaine Boros 



Regina Boyd 
James Braidic 
Carolyn Brandich 
Eric Brown 
Johnnie Brown 
Kirby Brown 



Michael Budinsky 
Jon Budway 
Kelly Burdock 
Craig Bush 
La Mesa Bush 
Cindy Cantini 



Todd Capuozzo 
Kathleen Caric 
Laurie Carpenter 
Charlene Carter 
Patrick Cater 
Anthony Celeste 



Sophomores 



191 



Stephen Cesar 

Theresa Champa 

Helen Chen 

Marlene Chinchar 

John Ciarhllo 

Diane Cickavage 



Anna Cirino 

David Cirino 

Craig Clapacs 

David Clark 

Terence Clark 

Christopher Clarke 



John Colbert 

Kevin Collins 

Kim Colquitt 

Robert Comenschek 

John Connerton 

Ernest Coon 



Ranada Cooper 

Timothy Cooper 

Kimberly Corbin 

Kathleen Corrigan 

Carmella Cornelius 

Daniel Crews 



James Cudo 

Robert Curtin 

Caria Curtis 

Mario Cuturic 

Michelle Cutwright 

Damir Cvitkovic 



Zeljko Cvitkovic 

Michelle Dattilo 

Brian Dauer 

Jennifer Davis 

Lissa Davis 

Matthew Davis 



Tracy Davis 

Catherine Day 

Trycennia Dean 

Amy Dehner 

Christa Deister 

Leo Dejak 



Steven Dekleva 

Kimberly Dembek 

Maria Dent 

Danielle De Sico 

Gina Diaddario 

Daniel Di Bartolomeo 




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For many years, E.H.S. students have 
icluded geometry as an important part 
f their school day. Now most sopho- 
lores will agree the "plane" truth lies 
I the fact that geometry class is not 
sry exciting! However, due to the fact 
lat our great city was named after the 
>under of geometry, the class suppos- 
dly will have many "parallel" func- 
ons in our later lives. Somehow 
lough, important or not, relearning all 
le triangles and squares most people 
!arn in kindergarten is NOT the ulti- 
late in excitement and intellectual 
imulation. The "point " of theorems 
nd proofs escapes most sophomores, 
s stated by one past victim of a honors 
eometry course, "Why prove a square 
as four sides when all you have to do 

LOOK at the thing?!!" Boredom tends 
> set in before most geometry victims 
^t their first report card. Some stu- 
ents. however, ARE lucky. Beth Pekol 
(ports surviving geometry class be- 
luse she had "acute" teacher. Other 
(ss fortunate souls, who have 
squares" for teachers, often have to 
now all the "angles" in order to stay 
Aiake in class. It has been reported 
lat many guys alleviate boredom by 
sing their best "lines" while sitting at 
ist the "right angle" to study ideal 
:urves". So, although geometry is not 
le most enthralling class, there is hope 
>r survival. As sophomore Heidi Mar- 
n realistically puts it, "It's not the 
ost exciting class, but I'll survive!" 
-Stefanie Sper 



Learning the Angles 




Tracy Dickson 
Scott Di Franco 
Lucretia Dillard 
Mary Di Santis 
Christian Dixon 
Steven Dobransky 



Sophomores 



I9B 



Learning the Tricks of ttie Trade 



If you are a junior or a senior attend- 
ing Euclid High School with a specific 
career interest in art, business, repair- 
ing cars, styling hair or child care, then 
consider yourself lucky. 

Euclid High School is very fortunate 
to have two year vocational classes 
ranging from business to child care for 
juniors and seniors. For some people, 
this can mean being a step ahead of the 
rest when entering college or a trade 
school. There are many possibilities, 
particularly in business and account- 
ing. But don't forget the automative, 
food, cosmetology and child care pro- 
grams also available at Euclid. 

So if you are Interested in being in- 
volved in any of those fields, check into 
vocational classes for juniors and se- 
niors. It may mean work, but vocational 
students will tell you that it's worth it. 
And you'll be a step ahead for life after 
graduation. 

-Julie Sterbank 



Mark Donnett 

Lisa Drage 

Daniel Drasler 

Stacy Duchon 

Scott Duke 

Johnnie Duncan 



Tracy Dunham 

Mark Dunmire 

Anton Dushaj 

Daniel Duvall 

Stephen Eichhorn 

Tina Elliott 




194 



Sophomores 




Cheryl Embry 
Richard Erwin 
Kirstin Esch 
John Evans 
Margaret Fair 
Antonia Fannin 



Christina Fasick 
Scott Faulisi 
Christy Fazio 
John Ferree 
Christopher Fetlcovich 
Julie Fischer 



Daniel Francetic 
Daniel Frank 
Anthony Frankos 
James Fredrickson 
Shari Fuhrman 
Timothy Fulgham 



Dawn Gainer 
Kenneth Gambatese 
Michael Gasiewski 
Kimberly Gast 
Maria Gelo 
Edward George 



Danelle Gildone 
Tyrone Gilham 
Shannon Gilmore 
Joseph Goerndt 
Kelly Grahek 
Julie Groves 



Tina Groves 
Domenic Gubitosi 
Michael Guilfoyle 
Anthony Guttu 
John Hackathorn 
Gesse Haffcy 



Stacy Hamilton 
Timothy Hanson 
Bruce Hardman 
Richard Harps 
Phillip Hatch 
Kristin Heffernan 



Lisa Heimberger 
Daniel Heimsoth 
Gregory Henderson 
Tiffany Henderson 
Jeanette Henry 
John Herbst 



Sophomores 



195 



Jodi Hess 

Amy Hickok 

Ericka Hicks 

Joel Hicks 

Monique Hicks 

Kelly Higgins 



Donald Hill 

Mark Hillier 

Thomas Hoinski 

Jason Holland 

Michael Holloman 

Jon Holmes 



Ashante Hopes 

Matthew Hopkins 

John Horton 

Maurice Hough 

Lisa Hradek 

Kristine Hren 



Frances Hribar 

Francis Huber 

Brian Hughes 

Kevin Hughley 

Billijo Humphries 

Gerald Hutchinson 



Kelly Hyne 

Chad Jaffe 

Danute Jakubauskas 

Joseph Jankowski 

Victoria Jaworsky 

Mark Jelenic 



Karl Johnson 

Phillip Johnson 

Rhoda Johnson 

Selwyn Johnson 

Jennifer Jones 

William Jones 



Gregory Juratic 

Barbara Jurkovic 

Anjanette Kacperski 

Dafne Kadras 

John Kale 

William Karabinus 



Lori Kehoe 
Michael Kellers 

David Kelly 
Marcus Kelly 

James King 
Lisa Kirchner 




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Sophomores 



Whatever Strikes Your Fancy 




Study hall students exercising their right 
to stare. 




Ryan Ehrhart. Luann Tomasi, Mike Mason 
and Debbie Johnson: Enjoying lunch 
the cafeteria? 



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What does one do when he or she is 
done with his or her homework? Or 
decides that there is plenty of time to 
study for that big test that's coming up 
soon? Of course, all Euclid High stu- 
dents turn to their favorite hobbies to 
occupy themselves. 

The majority of students fill their free 
time with extracurricular activities at 
school. For example, many people are 
big on sports. Whether it is participat- 
ing or observing sports, one can always 
find people enjoying sporting events. 

Some students like to show off their 
talents by participating in drama or vo- 
cal productions like the plays or Big 
Show. Others prefer marching band. 
Some continually work on computers 
while others play video games as a hob- 
by. Of course, we can't forget the clas- 
sical photography, art and collecting 
various "things" that so many of us do 
for hobbies. Whatever students select 
as hobbies, they usually give them re- 
lief from school work during their free 
time. 

'Julie Sterbank 




Michael Kitchen 
Cynthia Kleckner 
Christine Kollar 
Diana Koman 
Kimberly Konrad 
Daniel Koratich 



Peter Kostan 
Stephen Kovelan 
Max Kozlowski 
Michelle Krance 
Kristine Kubach 
William Kunes 



Sophomores 



197 



The Cafe Euclid 



You walk into the cafeteria and a 
familiar odor reaches your nose, and 
you wonder: what are they feeding us 
today? Is it a) pork cutlet, b) veal cutlet, 
c) country fried steak, or d) none of the 
above? Yes, you guessed it! The answer 
is d). none of the above! 

The cafeteria this year definitely did 
not receive four stars for good eating. 
On the contrary, it probably received 
complaints and stomach aches. One 
difference in the cafeteria this year was 
plastic utensils. Have you ever tried 
eating a baked potato with a plastic 
fork? Many students found out it 
wasn't easy. 

Several members of the student body 
have suggested "dimming the lights" in 
the cafeteria, "so you can't see what 
you're eating." Others say the staff 
should "take out the trash instead of 
serving it." One senior advised, "get 
the chicken patty, but beware of the 
ketchup." 

Bon appetit! 

-Katie Weakland 






Kathleen Kushma 

Christine Lah 

Bridgette Lang 

Ryan Lawson 

James Leamon 

Craig Leinweber 



Mary Lepisto 

Michael Le Quyea 

Kevin Limbert 

Suzane Lisac 

Lara Lomac 

Melissa Long 




198 



Sophomores 




Laura Longslrelh 
Aaron Loving 
Kim Luikart 
Julie Luke 
Kenneth Lux 
Daninel Luzny 



Raymond Lynn 
Christopher Mack 
Christopher Marcic 
Joseph Marett 
Anthony Marotta 
Stacey Marron 



Heidi Martin 
Jimmy Mason 
Douglas Matiaska 
Kristine Maurer 
Dennis Maxey 
Elaine Maxwell 



Jean Mayerhoffer 
Mathias Mazzei 
Tiffony Mc Coy 
William Mc Guinness 
Richard Mc Inally 
John Mc Kay 



Robert Mc Manus 
Cunhild Meaney 
Joseph Medved 
Milan Medved 
Victoria Medved 
Douglas Mehls 



Mario Merino 
Christian Miheli 
Daniel Miheli 
Diane Miller 
John Miller 
Mary Miller 



Tony Milline 
Dalmacio Miranda 
James Mixon 
David Mocny 
Patricia Molenda 
Jimmy Monroe 



Pamela Montgomery 
Gerald Moore 
Katherine Moore 
Sandra Moore 
Mark Morek 
Shalett Morris 



Sophomores 



199 



Heather Morrison 

Lori Moses 

Kristina Moliejunas 

Denise Murphy 

Eric Nebe 

Michael Nebe 



Scott Nickell 

Michael Novak 

Jessica Novey 

Robert Nykiel 

Christine Oboczky 

Cynthia O Brien 



Aron Ohanessian 

Curtis O Neal 

Jennifer O Neil! 

Elizabeth Oroz 

De Ann Parker 

Ronald Parmertor 



Dina Pasquale 

Eric Patterson 

Craig Payne 

Darrin Pekar 

Kimberly Pender 

Daniel Penny 



Beth Perdan 
Gabriella Perry 
Rashawn Perry 
Linda Peterson 
Gregory Petruccelli 
Donald Phillips 



Seng Phommavichit 

Scott Pinta 

Ernest Piotrowski 

Michael Piotrowski 

Veronica Piscopo 

Brian Plesko 



Brent Pockar 
Laura Ponsart 
Cheryl Porter 
Edwin Powers 
Elizabeth Puhalj 
Marina Quinn 



Nora Race 

Eric Ramsey 

Najla Rashid 

Karen Reed 

Ricky Renner 

James Ricco 




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Sophomores 



Friday At 2:35... 





Weekends... that single word has a 
way ofcheering up most Euclid stu- 
dents. They could practically dance on 
the walls. What do typical students do 
on weekends? The ones lucky enough 
not to have homework are content to 
go anywhere. The most popular things 
to do are to go out with friends, go 
shopping, or to the movies. A lot of 
students work on weekends but still 
find time for friends and even to party. 
Most frosh say they need weekends to 
make up for lost sleep, while an anony- 
mous sophomore needs hers for no oth- 
er purpose than to live. It doesn't really 
matter where Euclid students go on 
weekends, just as long as they forget 
about school and have fun. Certainly, 
that's not very hard to do at all! 

-Heidi Martin 





Some people behave like animals on the 
weekend. 



Erica Richards 
Vincent Riha 
Rita Roach 
Richard Roberts 
Shawn Roche 
Amanda Rodgers 



Robert Roethel 
Calvin Rogers 
Laura Roll 
Amy Rooker 
Shellisa Roscoe 
Daniel Ross 



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201 




p. J. Allen, who's your boyfriend? 



Getting to Know People 



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Roger Ross 
Heather Rowe 
Edward Ryans 
Dominic Rymarczyk 
Thomas Sabol 
Danny Sankey 



David Sargent 

Michelle Sari 

Jeanette Sas 

Dwayne Sattler 

Joseph Sauer 

James Savolainen 



It's one of Euclid's favorite pastimes. 
It's where you form meaningful rela- 
tionships, have fun. laugh, and basical- 
ly have a good time. Yes, you guessed 
it. it's going out and dating. 

A lot of students at Euclid seemed to 
enjoy going out with large groups of 
people or double dating. As one junior 
said, "It eases the tension." Most peo- 
ple who were dating said they preferred 
going out with that one special person 
instead of playing the field. Some popu- 
lar activities for dates were: going to 
the movies, bowling, seeing a favorite 
performer, or just hanging around at 
the Metropark. 

Yes, romance is still alive at Euclid: 
it's just waiting for that special guy to 
ask that special girl out. 

-Katie Weakland 





Lisa O'Grady, Tracy Stone, and John Day 
getting into the action at the dance. 



John Coyne, Kevin McCluskey, and Bill 
Fischer. Who's got your clothes. 




202 



Sophomores 




Matthew Sawyer 
Michael Scarniench 
Beth Schafer 
Joseph Schiavoni 
Denise Schmeltzer 
Tina Schoen 



Monica Schroeder 
Tracy Scolaro 
Leonard Scott 
James Segulin 
Brian Sheehan 
Marie Sheridan 



Renee Shimko 
John Shivak 
Marijana Simicevic 
Tina Simone 
James Sims 
Kristina Siupinys 



Frank Sliskovic 
Ronald Slogar 
Stephen Smith 
Cina Sneperger 
Joseph Solnosky 
Michael Solnosky 



Scott Soos 
Jill Sopko 
Theresa Sopko 
Dubravka Soprek 
Curtis Spencer 
Natasha Spencer 



Rebecca Sperner 
Keith Speroff 
Amy Stankivicz 
James Stephens 
James Stipkovich 
Jason Straub 



David Straus 
Richard Stringer 
Tracie Strong 
Valencia Strowder 
Elvis Sugar 
Richard Summers 



Mary Sweet 
Stephen Tajgiszer 
Ralph Taurman 
Howard Taylor 
Karl Taylor 
Lorie Taylor 



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203 



Jason Thomas 

Leila Thomas 

Tracy Thomas 

Tarnell Thompson 

Jeanine Thornton 

Shelly Tinker 



Anthony Tirabassi 

Faith Tokar 

Craig Touschner 

Joseph Tressler 

Michele Troha 

John Tucci 



Danielle Tuckerman 

Michelle Urban 

Daniel Ussai 

Ninette Valencia 

Kathleen Vanah 

Thomas Vanderhoff 



Chantel Van Dyne 

Pete Veedmont 

Haralambos Velkos 

Joseph Velkos 

Steven Vihtelic 

Craig Voll 



Melissa Vrabel 

Darlene Walker 

Rhonda Walls 

Susan Walsh 

Dianna Walter 

Jennifer Waltermire 



John Walters 

Stephanie Walton 

Tracy Walworth 

Maryann Waschura 

Nasja Washington 

Kimberly Watral 



Wendy Watts 
Jaime Weiner 

John Wengerd 
Laura West 

Peter Westover 
Sean Whelan 



Heather White 

James White 

Lisa Whitmore 

Todd Whitson 

Phillip Wiggins 

Tina Wilcox 




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Parents Visit Teactiers 

?pen House Gives Parents A Cliance To See Teacliers And Scltool 



This year Open House took place on 
ctober 8. Parents were expected to be 
I homeroom by 7:30. During home- 
»om announcements were read and 
le parents picked up their child's 
rhedule. Each period was eight min- 
tes long (so parents could find the 
toms). This is almost as bad as the 
eshman. I felt like asking them if they 
anted to buy an elevator pass. 

When their child had a study hall or 
inch period the parents were free to 



visit one of many places. In addition to 
visiting the cafeteria, parents could 
chose between refreshments, or pro- 
grams in the planetarium or computer 
lab. Mr. Yocum and Mrs. Paul made 
sure the Career Office was kept open by 
two able student secretaries while Mrs. 
Lidrbauch set up a staff selling last 
year's Eucuyo in the library. Mr. Paw- 
lowski had some of his computer sci- 
ence students come in to work on the 
computers so as to give the parents a 



better understanding of his require- 
ments. In the planetarium Mr. Francetic 
manned his annual astronomy program. 
Finally 9:40 came and the final bell: 
parents discovered what their children 
experienced at 2:35 every school day. 
When it was over everyone seemed to 
be very happy and satisfied with the 
proceedings. 

-Tanya Lomac 




Governor Richard Ce- 
leste accepts a present 
from Student Council 
President Bill Balazs. 



Vernon Williams 
Mark Wirbel 
Leslie Yartz 
Michele Yee 
Lawrence Young 
Christine Yurcich 



Alison Zahler 
Theresa Zahursky 
Monica Ziegler 
Laura Zigman 
Bernetta Zupancic 
Larry Zusman 



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205 



Showing off the school 



Did your teacher just call you by your 
older sibling's name again? Did you 
just realize you now answer to not only 
your name, but your older sibling's, 
too? Then you've got the Older Sibling 
Blues. But, take heart all younger sib- 
lings, you're not alone. 

Many, many students at Euclid are 
"haunted" by older siblings. It can be 
for the better, because older siblings 
can drive, are used to high school and 
can help with homework or answer 
questions you are too afraid to ask. So 
take advantage of what you've got, 
younger siblings. 



It can also be hard on younger sib- 
lings, because older siblings have made 
the first impression. Then, older sib- 
lings tease their little brother or sister 
in the hall or tell their parents every- 
thing the younger sibling would like to 
forget. No matter what you do you can- 
not disregard the relation, so learn to 
live with it. 

So, older siblings, remember that we, 
younger siblings, have to contend with 
your former teachers. But, then again, 
thanks for all your help. 

-Julie Sterbank 





Michael Baglione 

Melissa Ball 

Christopher Baranowski 

Jennifer Barcza 

Ronald Barrett 

Tracy Barrett 

Lucille Bartulovic 

James Batleiger 

David Bauer 

Judita Beder 

Frank Bell 

Clarence Bennett 

Saulius Berzinskas 

Christopher Bethley 



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Cheryl Bilak 
Sharon Bilh 
Christopher Bilner 
Laurie Bock 
Michelle Bonnay 
James Boros 
Joseph Boros 

Patricia Boss 
Rashid Bowles 
Chad Bracken 
Beth Brickman 
Craig Brickman 
Daniel Brihan 
Gregg Brokaw 

Adam Brown 
Jeffrey Brown 
John Browne 
Loraine Bruketa 
Tracy Bruno 
Christian Bryant 
Pamela Buehner 

Richard Bunn 
Maya Burge 
Daniel Burkelt 
Jennifer Burlison 
Steve Burrington 
Terence Bush 
Audra Butkus 

Rachel Caine 
John Canter 
Matthew Carpenter 
Robert Carsey 
Omarr Carter 
Ronald Castillo 
William Castrovince 

Jeanine Castrovinci 
David Cesna 
Matthew Chinchar 
Jason Chinni 
Antoinette Chiudioni 
Scott Chrystal 
Won-Ki Chun 

Ivica Cindric 
Anthony Cirino 
Deidre Clark 
James Clark 
Kimberly Clark 
Nicole Clark 
Robin Clay 

Elise Clemence 
Robert Coker 
Bridgette Colemon 
Jesse Coleman 
Wendi Conway 
Tiwanna Copeland 
Kevin Corbett 

Kevin Costantino 
Christine Coulter 
Cynthia Cramer 
Chandra Crawford 
Marc Creach 
Roger Crombie 
Sherry Crosby 



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Tamla Crutchfielil 

Jeffrey Cudo 

Tammy Curtis 

Heath Custer 

Lori Dalessio 

Scott Danna 

Sonia Davenport 

Kathleen Davis 

Wilham Davis 

Donovan Denholm 

Danielle De Paul 

Candace Dickerson 

Todd Dietzel 

Christopher Dirk 

Josedine Dixon 

Gunnard Doboze 

Leeann Dobucki 

Allen Dodge 

Kimberly Doles 

Robert Doncevic 

Marquita Dorsey 

Mia Doss 

Genevieve Douglas 

Lisa Downer 

David Duchon 

Jennifer Dudziak 

Miroslav Dures 

Joel Eckert 

Leslie Ede 

Adrienne Edwards 

Lovella Embry 

David Engeike 

Jill Enneper 

Samantha Enos 

Robert Erb 

Gregory Etheridge 

Timothy Evans 

Jeffery Evilsizer 

Kimberly Faint 

Steven Fakult 

Rosa Faraci 

Patrick Felden 

Duane Fender 

Jennifer Fiediga 

Tracey Filipasic 

Thomas Fitzpatrick 

Monique Flonnoy 

Julius Floyd 

Thomas Fox 

Daniel Frattin 

Kevin Gaines 

Kimberly Gambatese 

Richard Gamber 

Rodney Garr 

Walter Gary 

Tracey Gasper 

John Gazzuolo 

Sheri Geisweidt 

Jean Gercar 

Antoni Gjerek 

Cathryn Glenn 

Laura Glover 

Jeffrey Goerndt 




Freshmen 



Learning to Cope 



Before entering school in the fall of 
96, the class of 1990 surely had many 
|ualms about high school life. For ex- 
mple, many freshmen were afraid of 
he size of the high school in compari- 
on to the smaller sizes of the middle 
chools. Also, freshmen were naturally 
fraid of being "the low man on the 
otem pole" and getting teased or 
icked on by the upperclassmen. How- 
ver. after just a few weeks at Euclid, all 
ualms were put to rest. The upper- 
lassmen actually helped the freshmen 
ind classes and meet new friends. The 
lass of 1 990, now adjusted to a larger 
chool and greater homework loads, 
ow can tell you that the benefits of 
igh school, like meeting new friends 
nd being caught up in that ever-conta- 
ious Panther spirit, far outweigh any 
osts involved in the transition from 
liddle school to E.H.S. 

'Stefanie Sper 



^JCHOU BEFORE 
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Leslie Cogan 
Nikki Golden 
Thomas Golinar 
Humberto Gomez 
Jason Goodman 
William Goodwin 
Lee Grable 



Sarah Granito 
Maria Grbac 
Kareema Green 
Christopher Griffin 
Dawn Gron 
Cynthia Grubach 
John Haggerty 

Eric Haggins 
Michael Hamilton 
Steven Hammer 
Donna Hammond 
Tia Harden 
Mia Harrison 
David Hartman 

Jeffrey Hatcher 
Demetrius Hawthorne 
Jason Heck 
Donald Herbert 
Jeffrey Herbert 
Danielle Herman 
Jennifer Herman 



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Announcing The Daily Events 

P.A. People Bring The News To Homeroom 




This year, homeroom has been 
moved to after second period and along 
with it, the P.A. announcements! Now 
Euclid students have to go to class and 
get started without the bright and 
cheery voices of the senoir P.A. an- 
nouncers to wake them up. The an- 
nouncers basically inform students of 
school events and activities. Other in- 
formation such as sports news, senior 
and staff birthdays, and club meetings 
are also mentioned. The announcers 
enjoy filling everyone in on events. Mi- 
chelle Goodman says, "I love it because 
it's a lot of fun," while Debbie Johnson 
assures us, "It's a blast!" With home- 
room being later, the stimulating news 
gives students a break from the fast 
paced day. Meanwhile, they can read 
the Panther Press, which provides news 
concerning sports, underclassmen 
events, and trivia. For students, home- 
room just flies by! 

-Heidi Martin 



Lisa Heuer 
Douglas Higham 
Charles Highland 



Heidi Hilger 

Jomo Hill 

Shannon Hinton 

Timothy Hoag 

Thomas Hoag 

Candy Hoffman 

Caroline Holland 

Nathan Holloway 

Jeffrey Holmes 

Melissa Horvath 

Marlene Hribar 

Michelle Hritz 

Ching Wei Hsu 

Jo-Marie Hutchinson 

Marcus Hutton 

Shelli Jackson 

Ronald Jenko 

Cynthia Jerele 

Anthony Johnson 

Renee Johnson 

Yvette Johnson 




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Freshmen 




Kathy Johnston 
Robert Jones 
Tonesha Jones 
Susan Jurisevic 
Jennifer Kacperski 
Jessica Keating 
Brendan Kelley 

Shannon Kelly 
Karmen Knez 
Thomas Kermode 
Robert Kimball 
Dawn Kirchner 
Deborah Kirchner 
Steve Kish 

Jeffrey Kline 
Matthew Kollar 
Daniel Komara 
Christine Kucaric 
Neil Kucia 
Eric Kuhen 
Valerie Kunesh 

Michael La Manna 
Evie Lamar 
Christine Land 
Cheryl Lapuh 
William Laurenson 
Molly Lauver 
Shalom Lawrence 

Daryl Lawson 
Benjamin Leasure 
Diana Leavens 
Eldora Lee 
Michael Leone 
Patricia Levstik 
Chonton Lewis 

Melissa Lewis 
Julia Liderbach 
Carl Lishing 
John Little 
Pamela Little 
Jamall Long 
Nicole Lozada 

Ricardo Lozada 
Dennis Ludvik 
Harry Luikart 
Daniel Lupas 
Valena Maddox 
Matthew Mahovlic 
Christopher Mannello 

Jennifer Mantel 
Christopher Marcinko 
Mirta Maria 
Biljana Marie 
John Marincek 
Jenniffer Marks 
Norman Marolt 

Amanda Martin 
Christopher Martin 
Robert Martin 
Charles Marvin 
Lisa Marvin 
Visnja Masina 
Jennifer Masley 



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Jennifer Mason 

Alison Malish 

Ian Matlock 

Ayanna Matthews 

Teresa Maust 

Jeanine Mc Alpine 

Jermaine Mc Caleb 



Brian Mc Carthy 

Wayne Mc Cartney 

Tamika Mc Ghee 

Vanessa Mc Croder 

Susan Mc Intosh 

Kerri Mc Reynolds 

Joseph Meden 

Tramayne Meeks 

Thomas Milicevic 

Ernest Miller 

Laura Minadeo 

Michelle Mincek 

Charles Mingle 

Gina Mioli 

Ruth Miranda 

Tricia Mondok 

Laura Montagner 

Kimberly Moore 

Marlon Moore 

Brian Morris 

Jamal Morris 

Tracy Morris 

Joel Morse 

Latanya Moultry 

Christine Muccino 

Craig Murowsky 

Vincent Myers 

Rvan Nastasi 

Jack Nemecek 

Michelle Newcomb 

Ann Nicolosi 

Lance Nosse 

Cynthia Novotny 

Christine Oblak 

Patrick O'Neil 

Nicholas Orazem 

Lorena Orbanic 

Heidi Ospelt 

Tim Pae 

Sanjay Parker 

Terenz Parker 

Tina Parker 

John Parsons 
Francis Pavlic 

Nedzad Petinkaj 
Debra Pence 
Barbara Penn 

Tammy Percival 
Angela Perry 

Angela Perusek 
Irene Peters 
Jennifer Petrie 
Timothy Phillis 
Laura Pizmoht 
Heather Polo 
James Posavad 




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Freshmen 



New Year... New Friends 

School Offers Many Opportunities To Meet New People 



The freshmen agree that besides 
homework, making friends is the 
toughest thing to accomplish in high 
school. But. a variety of after school 
sports and activities often help fresh- 
men to adjust to high school life. An- 
other fun way to meet people is to at- 
tend the football games, basketball 
games, soccer games, or other various 
sports. Even though some upperclass- 
men tease and give the freshmen a hard 
time, others help out. Whether you are 
in school or out. friends will always be 
a big part of everyone's life. 

Balee Riley. Leslie Gogan 




Kathleen Rafail 
Bridget Ramsay 
Shadeed Rashid 
Carolyn Rebish 
Nicole Reese 
Brandy Reichman 
Rebecca Reid 



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213 



First Impressions Of E.HS 




Cindy Renner 

Thomas Reynolds 

Sonja Rhone 

Douglas Rice 

Arthur Richards 

Keith Richardson 

Laela Riffe 



Balee Riley 

Steven Ritchie 

James Robinson 

Rachelle Roethel 

Marie Rogers 

Terrence Roscoe 

Donald Ross 



Democracy in electio is is import^ 




Your heart beats faster and your fin- 
gers tremble as you open the door to 
your first class. You close your eyes and 
hope that you have picked the right 
room. You quietly open the door only 
to find yourself amidst a vast number of 
unfamiliar faces. Does this sound 
somewhat familiar, upperclassmen? 
Certain members of the class of '90 re- 
call what their first impressions of Eu- 
clid were. All of them agreed that it was 
very big, of course. Freshmen all had 
different methods of dealing with this 
Labyrinth that is called Euclid High. 
The phrase "go with the flow" came in 



handy for Matt Airhart as he wandered 
aimlessly to all of his classes. Most 
freshmen say they liked their new 
school better than the old. Beth Brick- 
man, Lee Swope, and Jenny Barcza 
liked seeing old friends as well as mak- 
ing many more new ones. On the nega- 
tive side though, Jennifer Mason 
quoted, "I hate the clocks 'cause 
they're all wrong." Altogether, the 
class of '90 is looking forward to turn- 
ing the tables and terrorizing next 
year's freshmen on their quest through 
the halls of Euclid High! 

Beth Schafer, Marie Sheridan 




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Freshmen 








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Donna Ross 
Lenka Runza 
Kenton Rusack 
Michelle Russell 
Nichelle Rutherford 
Lisa Ryan 
Kevin Rymarczyk 

Heidi Sacko 
Sandra Samas 
Bryan Sanders 
Deborah Sarpolis 
Michele Savolainen 
Matthew Schwartz 
Sean Scott 

William Scott 
Sandra Secic 
Gregory Sedmak 
Lana Seller 
Thelesa Serafin 
Charles Shantery 
Michael Sheck 

Shanell Shepherd 
Michael Shippitka 
John Shusky 
James Sigh 
Beth Sillia 
Janelle Simmons 
Cory Sims 

Anthony Siupinys 
Andrew Skodnik 
Gregory Skok 
Mary Ann Skrab 
Jennifer Slattery 
Chenise Slaughter 
Tracy Slaybaugh 

Jason Slejko 
Denise Smith 
Ricky Smith 
Robert Smith 
Stanley Smith 
Stephanie Smolic 
Anthony Smrdel 

Christopher Soblesky 
Daniel Spehar 
Tina Speights 
Kari Spicer 
Albin Sray 
Norman Staples 
Catherine Stasienko 

Barbara Steele 
Brian Stegh 
Delon Stephens 
Shawna Stevenson 
Donna Stimburys 
Karina Stinnett 
Ronald Stokes 

John Strukel 

Lonna Studevent 

Eddie Sugar 

La Tonya Summerville 

Lee Swope 

Jeffrey Syroney 

Michelle Szpak 



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215 



Victoria SztuI 
Keith Tadiello 
Tiffany Tekieli 
Robert Terlizzi 
Bruce Thomas 
Jacqueline Thomas 
Monica Thomas 



Shannon Thomas 

Stanley Thomas 

Dexter Thompson 

Johnny Thompson 

Julie Thompson 

Marcellus Thompson 

Natalie Timm 

Howard Tingley 

Timothy Tobin 

Jill Tomasi 

Dennis Tomcany 

Danny Tomic 

Matthew Tomsic 

Michael Toth 

Laura Trobenter 

Renee Turner 

Jay Turpin 

Kristie Ugrinic 

Michael Urbania 

Christine Valencic 

Amy Varner 

Robert Vasko 

William Wagner 

Kowana Walker 

Tara Walworth 

John Wandersleben 

Patrice Ward 

Jimmy Ware 

Michaelle Webber 

Jennifer Welker 

Teresa West 

Sheila Wheeler 

Sheila White 

Vanessa White 

Le Trese Whitlow 

Fatima Williams 

Neal Williams 

Nicole Williams 

Rashawn Williams 

Rufus Williams 

Stephanie Williams 

Holly Wilson 

Rashon Wilson 

Regina Wims 

Bonnie Winkleman 

Carlos Winston 

Stacey Witt 

Lorinne Wolenski 

Traci Wood 

Shonda Woods 
Robert Wyckoff 
Sonya Yates 
Sang Pil Yoon 
Michael Young 
Angela Zanghi 
Angela Zingale 




216 



Freshmen 



Students Aim High 

Students Learn To Plan For Ttie Future 



As the class of 1 990 entered the halls 
of E.H.S. on August 11. each face 
caught a glimpse of a new life, a new 
start and hope for a great four years of 
high school life ahead of them. Coming 
from various middle schools, each 
freshman started his high school career 
with some goals towards making the 
next four years of their lives the best 
ever. Some ninth graders had academic 
goals such as making the honor roll or 
bettering their grades from junior high. 



Freshman Jenny Barcza set her sights 
high and said she's reaching for the 
valedictorian or saludatorian spot in 
her class! For some freshmen, their ulti- 
mate goal at Euclid is to make a certain 
sports team, land a part in a play, or 
perhaps become an officer in a school- 
sponsored club. For example. Jill To- 
masi stated that she really wants to 
make the varsity cross country team 
during her stay at E.H.S. The most com- 
mon goal among freshman is to make 



many new friends and memories to 
cherish for a lifetime. 

This year's freshman class, the class 
of '90, is obviously not content on just 
going to classes and sliding by for four 
years. Conversly, the class of 1990, as 
illustrated by their goals, is a very ambi- 
tious class composed of students will- 
ing to work and take an active part in 
their school and in the perpetuation of 
the term "Panther Pride." 

-Stefanie Sper 




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261-6460 

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PARENT PATRONS 


Mr. and Mrs. Thad J. Anderson Sr. 


Jim and Debra Turpin 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Arlesic and Family 


Mr. and Mrs. David Mehls 


Gloria J. Ashley (Crayton) 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy 


Nuru and Zaiinka Barkari 


Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Murray 


Peter G. and Randy Ann Bechtei 


Jim and Annamarie Piper 


Ms. Bobbi Brechun 


Bob and Gail Petrie 


Pat and Wendy Bujnocki 


Ken and Ruth Phillips 


Mr. and Mrs. James Buklad 


The Potokar Family 


Terry and Karen Clark 


Pat and Jim Roeder 


The Dennis Coy Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Rostankowski 


Mr. and Mrs. Armand D'Anna 


Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rolik 


The Don D'Onofrio's 


Allan A. Sauer 


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duricy 


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schaefer Jr., Paula '87 


Dr. and Mrs. Allen Ehrhart 


Terry and Cathy Scherbarth and Family 


Henry and Marsha Fischer 


Kent and Judy Smith 


Bruno and Jelica Fonovic 


Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Sper 


Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Godina 


Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Sterbank 


The Jaffe Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tekanic Sr. 


Leona and Doug Johnson 


Pat and Bob Thomas 


James and Kathleen Kendel 


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tome 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krulc 


Joyce and Don Toth 


Joe and Jo Ann Kuchta 


Mr. and Mrs. F. Van Beneden 


Jean and Chuck Limbert 


Thomas and Marie Vincent 


Carol and Lionel Lindic 


Frank and Elinor Waksmunski 


The Mantel Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. West 


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Markuz 


Orin and Marilynn Marvin 


Gordon, Carol and Linda Miller 


Donald and Denise White 


FACULTY PATRONS 


Bob Addis 


Mrs. Ellen Klein 


Jane Addis 


Jane Leilis 


Justin J. Antonini 


Joan Lidrbauch 


Dr. A. Araca 


Theodore and Mary Lomac 


Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bender 


William McGuinness 


Mrs. Dolores Black 


Judith McLaughlin 


Gene and Emily Brearton 


Patricia O'Breza 


Patricia L. Buck 


Sally Pla 


Judith L. Carmody 


The Ramlow Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Couhig 


The Schmelings 


Rose M. Davies 


Paul T. Serra 


Rosalie Fette 


Mr. R. D. Seymour 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gubitosi 


Frank and Tina Soltesz 


Sue Harris 


C. Torrelli 


Robert Heramb 


Mr. and Mrs. William Von Benken 


Frank Jablonski 


Judith Zubizarreta 



Patrons 



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Index 



Abele. Dieter 13. 53. 90. 91. 164 

Academics 66 

Accetlola. Sandra 176 

Acha, James 190 

Adams. Carlella I 3 I 

Adams. Carl 168 

Adams. Lenord 91 

Adams. Mark 90. 91 

Adams. Thomas S2, 53. 190 

Addis. Jane 44. 48. 67. 72 

Addis. Robert 66 

AFS 44 

Aides. Sports 166 

Airhart. Matthew 139. 206. 214 

Airhart, Robert II. 70. 89. 90. 91. 93. 97. 140. 

247 
Ailken. LaTonya 158. 176 
Akhir. Tawfig 156. 168. 190 
Alaburda, Douglas 91 
Alexander. Jeffrey 91 
Alexander. Latrinia 1 76 
Allay. Melissa 70. 90. 91, 250 
Allen. Jama! 34. 7 1 . 90. 98. 118. 131. 1 34. 1 35. 

168. 202 
Allen. Sean 49. 156. 190 
Alvis. Sherri 49. 206 
Amato. Daniel 78. 139. 165. 206 
Amato. Sue 58. 67 
Amato. Suzanne 190 
Ames. Matthew 206 
Anderson. Felecia 206 
Anderson. Lisa 35. 61. 172. 179, 188. 190. 194. 

251 
Anderson. Robert 20. 21. 90, 91, 164 
Andresky. Dawn 90. 91 
Androjna. Angela 176 
Andrus. Charles 190 
Antonini. Justin 3. 4, 36. 66. 184 
Apanaites. Marlene 190 
Aquila. Joseph 90. 91. 164 
Aquila. Laura 191 
Aquila. Renee 150. 206 
Araca. Anna 55. 67 
Arlesic, Paul 1 39. 206 
Arlesic, Richard 90, 9! 
Arnold, Philip 42, 146, 191 
Arrington. Angela 60, 176 
Arrington, Vernell 91 
After, Karma 42, 1 76 
Arthur. Cheryl 67 
Asbury. Frank 191 
Asbury. Nicole 206. 213 
Ashley, Brian 206 
Ashman, Brian 46, 206 
Asseff. Denise 206 
Asseff, Laura 44. 48. 1 76 
Athletic Department Club 47 
Attamante, William 67 
Attwood. Kristin 31. 51. 54. 188. 191. 251 
Augustine. David 48. 206 
Ault. Steven 90. 9! 
Austin. Stacey 90. 91, 117. 210 
Austin. Thomas 191 
Avcin, Joseph 206 



B 



Baber. Lisa 24. 35. 38. 41. 83. 191 



Bachelor. Gregory 206 

Backos. Ronald 67 

Baer. Brian I 76 

Baer. Jennifer 19! 

Baglione. Michael 206 

Bailey. Angela 191 

Raird. Denise 42. 43. 48. 176 

Baird. Paul 90. 91. 118 

Balante. Ronald 191 

Balante. Samuel 84. 9! 

Balazs. William 9. 32. 33. 42. 43, 50. 51. 90. 91. 

125, 205 
Ball, Melissa 206 
Ball. Michael 134, 176 
Ballish. Matthew 7. 56. 176 
Bambic, Sandi 20, 32, 58, 67, 78, 106 
Banach. Barbara 191 
Banc. Tom &i. 255 
Band. Marching 24 
Bangstad. Ole 44. 90. 91. 140 
Baraniuk, Vera 69. 176 
Baranowski. Christopher 50. 206 
Baranowski, Tracey 24, 38, 46, 176 
Barber, Kenneth I 76 
Barber. Kimberly 91 
Barbish. Ethyl 47 

Barcza. Jennifer 44. 48, 150, 206. 214, 217 
Barcza, John 68 
Barcza, Julie 44. 49, 62. 176 
Barker, Brenda 35, 69 
Barnes. Michael 138, 156, 191 
Barrett, Ronald 206 
Barrett, Tracy 206 
Barstow. Christopher 140, 191 
Barth, Carolyn 191 



Barth. Glenn 52. 90. 91 

Bartulovic. Lucille 149. 206 

Bartulovic. Marko 140. 191 

Barwidi. Ronald 191 

Basketball. Boy's Freshman 157 

Basketball. Boy's J. V. 156 

Basketball. Boy's Varsity 152 

Basketball. Girl's Freshman 161 

Basketball. Girl's J. V. 160 

Basketball. Girl's Varsity 158 

Batteiger. James 206 

Bauer. David 39, 40. 41, 206 

Beachy, Marilyn 48. 86 

Bealko. William 92 

Beasley. Arnold 191 

Bechtel. Clark 5. 92. 93. 140. 141 

Beck. Darren 84. 92 

Beder. Judita 206 

Bedzek. Kelly 54 

Beemiller. Christopher 1 76 

Beining. Debra 92 

Belavic. Sandra 1 76 

Belavich. Timothy 162, 163. 166. 176 

Bell, Amy 68 

Bell. Frank Robert 168. 206 

Bell. James 168. 19! 

Bell. Kathleen 92. 93. 169 

Bell. Kecia 49. 92, 172 

Belle. Steven 1 76 

Bencivenni, Richard I 76 

Bender. Stan 4. &i 

Benedum. Kimberly 24. 25. 38. 40, 41, 60, 92. 93 

Benner. Tom 68 

Bennett. Clarence I 39. 206 

Bensusan. Charlotte 60. 68 




The winners of the Halloween dress up day. 



244 



Index 



Students were able to meet the teams during pep rallies. 



Berger, Troy 105. 191 

Berke, David I 76 

Bernstein, Jason 191 

Berry. Eric 48. 49. 82. 83. 168. 176 

Berry. Kimberly 49. 191 

Berry. Michael 191 

Berzinskas. Anthony 92 

Berzinskas. Saulius 206 

Besselman. Kurt 177 

Besselman. William 177 

Bethley. Christopher 206 

Betts. Lisa 92. 93 

Betts. Michael 46. 48. 56. 60. 62. 191 

Beuck. Cynthia 191 

Beuck. Kimberly 92 

Beutler. Sharon 191 

Bezdek. Kelly 60. 81. 92. 93. 102 

Bierer. Sarah 25. 38. 39. 40. 172. 191 

Bilak. Cheryl 207 

Billi. Sharon 15. 207 

Billups. Chandra 49. 191 

Bitner. Christopher 207 

Black. Allen 46. 50. 68 

Black. Katie 56. 70. 83 

Black, Mrs. Dolores 70 

Black. Reginald 177 

Black. Tina 92 

Blackmon, Roslind 12. 35. 47. 54. 62. 191 

Blair. Simone 177 

Blair. Sonya 177 

Blanc. Mark 162. 191 

Blase. Martin 131 

Blasius, Michael 4. 24, 39, 41, 170, 191 

Blau, Patrick 92 

Bleich, Al 70. 193 

Bleigh. Matthew 50. 62. 63. 92. 93. 109 

Bliss. Richard 76, 93, i 14, 131 

Bobosik, Crystal 177 

Bock, Laurie 207 

Boncela, Ken I 38 

Bonnay, Mark 134, 177 

Bonnay, Michelle 207 

Bonner, Lakechea 177 

Bonner, Shernae 92 

Boros, Charmaine 191 

Boros, James 207 

Boros, Joseph 207 

Boschi, Katherine 92 

Boskovic, Katherine 92 

Boss. Patricia 207 

Bower. David 38 

Bowles. Rashid 207 

Bowman. Denise 177 

Boyce. Thomas 177 

Boyd, Regina 191 

Boyden, Frank 92 

Bracken, Chad 78, 207 

Bradford, David 52, 53, 57 

Bradley, Christopher 92 

Braidic, James 191 

Braidich, David 9. 16. 24. 25. 41, 57. 87. 92. 93. 

114 
Brandich. Carolyn 5. 160. 191 
Bratton. Susan 1 3 1 
Brearton. Gene 70 
Brechun. Joseph 94. 95. 134 
Brennan. Shannon 177 
Brentar. Richard 24, 38. 39. 40. 41. 177 
Brewer. Richard 134. 164. 165. 177. 258 
Breznikar, Martina 42, 94, 95 
Brickman, Beth 35. 207, 214 
Brickman. Craig 1 39, 207 
Brickman, David 140, 177 
Brickman, Stacie 42. 177 
Brihan, Daniel 207 




Brisbine, Chris 47. 52, 94, 95 

Brizes, Matthew 152. 177 

Brodowski. Dean I 3 1 

Brokaw. Gregg 139. 162. 207 

Brooks. Timothy 177 

Brown. Adam 207 

Brown. Brian 94. 131. 152. 153. 154 

Brown. Clyde 177 

Brown. Eric 191 

Brown. Jeffrey 207 

Brown. Johnnie 191 

Brown, Kimberly 29. 42. 177 

Brown. Kirby 191 

Brown. Robert 152. 177. 183 

Brown. Scott 177 

Browne. John 207 

Browne. Sheila 94. 95 

Brozovich. George 177 

Bruketa, Loraine 207 

Brunecz, Jeffrey 95 

Bruno, Tracy 207 

Bryan, James 94. 95 

Bryant. Christian 4. 24. 39. 41, 190, 207 

Buck. Pat 70. 149. 151 

Budinsky. Michael 191 

Budway. Jon 191 

Buehner. Pamela 207 

Bujnocki. Anna Marie 42. 94. 95 

Bukovac. -Robert 94. 95. 146. 168 

Bukvic. Daniel 177 

Bunn. Richard 207 

Burdock. Kelly 51. 174. 191 

Burge. Maya 31. 207 

Burich. Linda I 31 

Burke. John 83. 177 

Burkett. Daniel 207 

Burlison. Jennifer 24. 35. 38, 168, 207 

Burlison, Randolph 177 

Burns. Michael 70. 106 

Burrington. Steve 207 



Burrows. Robert 177 
Burrows. Tabitha 177 
Burtyk, Charles 24, 25. 38. 177 
Bush. Craig 191 
Bush. La Mesa 191 
Bush. Terence 157. 207 
Butauski, Michelle 177 
Butkus, Audra 150, 207 



Cabinet, Class 34 

Cahoon. Constance 51. 177 

Caine. Rachel 207 

Calabrese, Eric 177 

Cales, Lisa 49 

Campbell, Daniel 51. 73, 170. 171. 177. 183 

Campbell. Robert 131 

Canter. John 207 

Cantini. Cindy 5. 149. 168. 191 

Capasso, David 94, 95 

Capuozzo, Anthony 51, 170. 177 

Capuozzo. Todd 191 

Caric. Kathleen 61. 191 

Carlson. Jan 70 

Carlson, Robert 94. 95. 129. 146 

Carmigiano, William 95 

Carmody. Judith 55. 62. 71. 89 

Carpenter. Edward 66 

Carpenter. Laurie 191 

Carpenter. Matthew I 39. 207 

Carroll, Wilma 49, 7 I 

Carsey. Robert 207 

Carter. Charlene 51. 174. 191 

Carter. Omarr 207 

Castillo. Ronald 207 

Castrovince. William 57. 139. 207 

Castrovinci. Jeanine 207 

Cater. Patrick 42. 48. 54. 191 

Cayne. John 152 



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245 




Katarina Oroz, Luann Tomasi, Meghan Finnegan, Marie Pasquale. Charlotte Mantel, Amy 
Terango. Renee Rolik and Pam Swyt singing during Senior Talent night. 



Cecelic, Patricia 44. 177 

Cecelic. Theresa 42, 94. 95 

Cechura. Jeffrey 51, 52, 170, 177 

Celeste, Anthony 191 

Celeste. David 95 

Centa. Lillian 71, 184 

Cercek, Lynn 177 

Cesar. Stephen 192 

Cesna, David 207 

Chambers, Ronald 71 

Chamoun, Elie 5, 94. 131. 140 

Champa. Theresa 47. 192. 213 

Cheatham. Larry 177 

Cheerleaders, Basketball 30 

Cheerleaders, Football 28 

Chen. Helen 40. 192 

Chinchar. Marlene 192 

Chinchar. Matthew 139, 207 

Chinni, Christine 34, 47, 48, 177, 188 

Chinni, Jason 48. 207 

Chiofolo. Anthony 94. 95 

Chiudioni, Antoinette 150, 207 

Choral Masters 42 

Chorale, Varsity 43 

Christen, Steven 24. 25. 39. 41. 165. 177 

Chrystal. Scott 207 

Chun. Won-Ki 207 

Ciarlillo. John 192 

Cickavage. Diane 35. 149. 152. 192 

Cickavage. Mark 152 

Cindric. Ivica 207 

Cinkole. Caria 94. 95 

Cirino. Anna 29. 35. 51. 54. 192 

Cirino. Anthony 207 

Cirino. David 192 

Cirino. Elaina 42. 94. 102. 131 

Clapacs. Craig 192 

Clark. Colleen 95, 117 

Clark, David 164, 192 

Clark, Deidre 207 



Clark. James 207 

Clark. Kimberly 207 

Clark. Nicole 207 

Clark, Steven 65. 94. 95. 134. 180 

Clark, Terence 192 

Clarke. Christopher 192 

Clarke. Kimberly 94. 95 

Clay. Robin 207 

Clay. Stephanie 95 

Cleary. Michael 82. 83. 165. 177 

Clemence, Elise 207 

Cobb, Cedric 177 

Coker, Robert 207 

Colantonio, Anthony 95 

Colantonio, Debra 177 

Colbert. John 192 

Cole, James 49. 96. 97. 113 

Cole. Robert 84. 97. 131 

Coleman. Jesse I 39. 207 

Coleman. Shonda 96 

Colemon. Bridgette 207 

Collins. Cassandra 96 

Collins. Kevin 192 

Collins, Leo 71, 126, 147 

Colo, Justina 177 

Colquitt. Kim 192 

Comenschek. Robert 192 

Concert Band 38 

Conklin. Adriane 52. 60. 177 

Conklin. Denise II. 12. 60. 96. 97 

Connerton. John 192 

Conroy. Angela 177 

Conway. Wendi 207 

Cook. Anthony 177 

Cook. Nancy 24. 34. 36. 37. 38, 39, 40, 41. 49, 

177 
Cook, Robert 50, 84. 96. 97 
Cool. Dawn 42. 96. 97 
Cool. Shannon I 77 
Coolick. Kathleen 7 I 



Coon. Ernest 192 

Cooper. Ranada 62. 63. 192 

Cooper. Timothy 192 

Copeland. Tiwanna 207 

Copp. Holly 71 

Corbett. Christina 42. 96. 97. 122. 210 

Corbett. Gary 1 78 

Corbett. Kevin 207 

Corbin, Kimberly 192 

Cornelius. Carmella 192 

Corps. Flag 27 

Corrigan. Kathleen 47. 49. 54. 62. 192 

Costantino, Kevin 207 

Cotter. Brian 44. 96. 97 

Couhig. Tom 35. 69 

Coulter. Christine 207 

Coy. Dennis 24. 38. 146. 168, 178 

Coy, Jeffrey 12. 49. 52. 54. 55. 56. 70, 79, 89, 96, 

97, 98 , 102, 129, 130 
Coyne. John 135. 140. 170. 178. 202 
Craig. Donald 68. 83. 168. 178 
Cramer. Cynthia 150. 151. 207 
Crawford. Chandra 207 
Crayton. Katrina 96. 97 
Creach. Marc 207 
Crews. Daniel 192 
Crombie. Nicole 34. 44. 178 
Crombie. Roger 207 
Crosby. Sherry 207 
Cross Country. Girls' 147 
Crowell. Janeen 96. 97 
Crutchfield. Tamla 208 
Cudo. James 138. 165. 179. 192 
Cudo. Jeffrey 208 
Culmer. Jeremy 96 

Cummings. Charles 24. 38. 39. 44. I 78. 193, 260 
Cummings, Claudia 40, 42. 55. 56. 93. 96. 97. 

122, 129, 227 
Cummings, Delmond 105, 134. 178 
Curtin. Robert 192 
Curtis. Carta 192 
Curtis. Kelli 96. 97. 149. 151 
Curtis. Tammy 49. 208 
Custer. Heath 24. 39. 41. 208 
Cuturic. Mario 192 
Cutwright. Michelle 192 
Cvijanovic. Carol 178 
Cvitkovic. Damir 166. 192 
Cvitkovic. Zeljko 192 



DApollo. John 70. 96. 97. 102 

D'Apollo. Michael 178 

DOnofrio. Mark 99. 105 

Dakdouk. Julie 109. 166. 167. 172. 178 

Dakdouk. Rick 71. 96, 97, 134 

Dalessio. Kelli 96. 97 

Dalessio. Lori 62. 208 

Danna. Scott 208 

Dattilo. Michelle 192 

Dauer. Brian 192 

Daugherty. Deena 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 58. 96. 

97. 106, I 17 
Daugherty. Harold 72. 152 
Daugherty. Jeffrey 12. 96. 97. 134. 152 
Davenport. Sonia 40. 208 
Davies. Rose 72 
Davis. Glenn 96 
Davis. Jeffrey 146. 168. 178 
Davis. Jennifer 160. 192 
Davis, Kara 60, 178 

Davis. Kathleen 24. 26. 41. 46. 56. 208 
Davis. Lissa 192 
Davis, Lowell 67 



246 



Index 



Davis. Lynn 69. 109 

Davis, Matthew 42. 50. 170, 171, 192 

Davis. Merrell 98. 99. 134. 167 

Davis. Stacie 47. 48, 49, 52, 54, 98. 99. 102. 121 

Davis. Tracy 192. 213 

Davis. William 208 

Day, Catherine 24, 38, 46. 61. 192 

Day. John 98, 99, 168, 169, 202 

Dean. Lesley 178 

Dean. Tonda 178 

Dean. Trycennia 192 

DeBaltzo. Deanna 131 

DeGidio. Nathan 98. 99. 140 

Dehner. Amy 29. 172. 192 

Deister, Christa 192 

Deister. Patrick 99 

Dejak. Leo 192 

Dekleva, Daniel 98, 99 

Dekleva. Steven 164, 192, 194 

Delaney. Timothy 178 

Delas. Mary 99 

Dell, Matthew 178 

DelMonte. Kimberly 5. 34. 51, 178 

Delzoppo, Anthony 99 

Dembek. Kimberly 192 

Dembek. Tracy 158. 178 

Denholm. Donovan 208 

Dent. Maria 192 

DePaul. Danielle 208 

DeSico, Barbara 178 

DeSico, Danielle 29, 192 

DeSico. Lisa 29. 98, 99, 113, 187 

Dewberry. Leshawn 42, 178 

Diaddario, Gina 35, 51, 74, 192 

DiBartolomeo, Daniel 38, 140, 192 

DiBartolomeo, Nicholas 42, 43, 86. 178 

Dickerson. Candace 208 

Dickinson. James 98. 131 

Dickinson. Todd 15. 42. 43. 46, 48, 49, 54, 55, 

56, 62, 98, 99, 129 
Dickson. Tracy 193 



Dietz, Robin 44 

Dietzel, Todd 208 

DiFranco. Scott 156, 193 

Digiovine, Michael 178 

Dillard. Lucretia 40. 49. 193 

Dirk. Christopher 208 

DiSantis, Mary 193 

Divider, Advertising 218 

Divider, Senior S8 

Divider. Sports I 32 

Divider, Underclass 1 74 

Dixon, Christian 40, 193 

Dixon. Josedine 208 

Doboze. Gunnard 24, 41. 208 

Dobransky. Steven 193 

Dobucki. Leeann 208 

Dockry, Milissa 99 

Dodge. Allen 208 

Doles. Kimberly 208 

Dolter. Merry 72 

Dommer. Jennifer 178 

Donahoe, Tami 29. 31, 178 

Doncevic, Robert 208 

Donley. Genevra 42. 52, 93, 98, 99. 247 

Donnett. Mark 194 

Dooley. Scott 99 

Dorazio. Frederick I 78 

Dorsey. Marquita 49. 208 

Doss. Mia 208 

Doss, Nickole 24, 27, 178 

Douglas, Bridgette 98, 99 

Douglas. Genevieve 29. 31. 208 

Downer, Lisa 208 

Downing. David 98. 99. 134. 217 

Drage. Lisa 24. 26. 194 

Dragolas, William 162, 178 

Drasler. Daniel 194 

Drazatic, Dragan 178 

Drazdik. Stephen 178 

Drazetic. Anna 42, 98. 99 

Drnek. Dawn I 78 




Drowns. Traci 28 

Du Broy, Theresa 86, 158 

Duchon, David 208 

Duchon, Renee 24, 26, 51, 93, 98. 99, 213 

Duchon, Stacy 24, 26, 5 I. 194, 213 

Dudziak. Jennifer 29. 31, 208 

Dudziak, Jill 60, 178 

Dugandzic. Mary 178 

Duke. Scott 142. 143. 194 

Dumendic. Dianna 131 

Duncan. Johnnie 194 

Dunes. Katy 178 

Dunham. Tracy 194. 259 

Dunmire, Mark 194 

Dunmire, Michael 178 

Durbin. Jennifer 98, 99 

Durbin. Michael 72. 81. 140 

Dureiko, Diane 98, 99 

Dureiko, Richard 178 

Dures. Miroslav 208 

Durham. Deirdra I 78 

Duricy. Christine 8. 100. 101, 144, 145 

Dushaj. Anton 164. 194 

Dushaj. Elizabeth 131 

DuVall, Andre 131 

Duvall, Daniel 194 

Dzerowicz. Alex 72, 144, 145 



Eads. John 178 

Easter. Robert 178 

Eckert. Joel 208 

Eddie. Edward 101. 131. 164 

Ede. Leslie 208 

Edwards, Adrienne 208 

Ehrhart, Ryan 46, 54. 55. 56. 98. 100. 101. 140, 

197 
Eichhorn. Stephen 194 
Elliott. Tina 194 
Elmore. Michelle 100. 101. 197 
Embry. Cheryl (95 
Embry. Lovella 208 
Engelke. David 208 
Enneper, Jill 149. 151. 208 
Enneper, Judith 150. 161, 168, 178 
Enos, Samantha 208 
Epps, Dawnette 49, 101, 131 
Epps, Kimberly 178 
Erb. Robert 208 
Ernst, Melissa 42. 100. 101 
Erwin. Richard 138, 195 
Esch, Kirstin 36, 50, 172, 173, 195 
Etheridge. Frederick 49. 152. 178 
Etheridge. Gregory 208 
Eubank, Kelly 42, 48. 100. 101, 147, 248 
Euclid Cultural Club 49 
Eucuyo 55 

Evans, Derek 134, 178 
Evans, John 168, 195 
Evans, Timothy 208 
Evilsizer, Jeffery 208 
Eyman, Eric 146. 168. 178 



Fads, Fashion 8 

Faint, Kimberly 24, 25. 31. 35. 38. 208 

Fair. Denise 41. 93. 100. 101 

Fair. Margaret 42. 195. 213 

Fair, Michael 42. 43. 94. 100. 101 

Fakult, Steven 208 

Faletic, Karin 149 

Fambrini. Brent 100 

Fannin. Antonia 49. 195 



Elves. Bob Airhart. Brian Valentine. Renee Rolik. Shannon 
Wagner. Meghan Finnegan. Gennie Donley and Kristen Pe- 
trie have fun in the cafeteria. 



Index 



247 



Fannin. Rachelle 49. 100. 101. 259 

Faraci. Rosa 208 

Fasick. Christina 149. 195. 213 

Faulisi. Scott 195 

Fazio. Christy 195 

Felden. Catherine 42. 100 

Felden. Patrick 208 

Fell. John 67 

Fender. Duane 165. 208 

Ferenac. Tina 36. 37. 60. 100. 101 

Ferrara. Lesley 29. 31. 34. 100, 101, 121 

Ferree. John 40. 195 

Fetkovich. Christopher 195 

Fette. Rosalie 72 

Fiediga. Jennifer 208 

Fields. Melissa 100 

Filipasic. Tracey 208 

Fimiani. Nicholas 178 

Finnegan. Meghan 42. 54. 93. 100. 101, 102. 

246. 247, 263 
Fischer. Julie 47, 51. 54, 195 
Fischer, William 100, 101, 202 
Fitzgerald, Michael 131 
Fitzpatrick. Thomas 208 
Flanagan, Sean I 78 
Flonnoy, Monique 208 
Flowers, Daniel 66 
Flowers, John 100, 101. 129 
Flowers, Suzanne 100, 101 
Floyd, Julius 208 
Focareto, Melissa 42, 43, 178 
Focareto, Michael 83, 178 
Fomby, Kevin 68, 83, 134, 178 
Fonovic, Bruno 100, 101. 134 
Football, J.V. 138 
Football, Varsity 134 
Force, Ray 160 
Ford, Tommie 100, 134 
Forker, Mark 100 
Formica. Melissa 179 
Fox, Audrcc 35, 69 
Fox, Thomas 208 
France, Demetrius 13! 
Francetic, Daniel 146, 152, 195 
Francetic, Dan 72, 205 
Franic, Linda 40, 102, 109, 131 
Frank. Daniel 195 
Frankos, Anthony 195 
Franks, Scott 103 
Frattin. Daniel 24, 41, 55. 208 
Fredrickson, James 195 
Frehmeyer, Dean I 79 
Friedman, Sheldon 126 
Frye, Karen 17, 25, 42, 43, 102, 103 
Fuhrman, Shari 24. 38, 83, 195 
Fulgham, Timothy 52, 53, 195 
Furlan. Sandra 102, 103 



Gainer, Dawn 195 
Gainer, Sandra 102, 103 
Gaines, Kevin I 39, 208 
Gambatese, Kenneth 164, 195 
Gambatese, Kimberly 208 
Gamber, Angela 42, 48. 179. 188 
Gamber, Richard 208 
Gamber, Tracy 179 
Garlauskas, Vykintas 102, 103 
Garr, Rodney 208 
Gary, Walter 208 
Garza, Maria 73 
Gasiewski, Michael 195 
Gasper, Tracey 208 
Gast, Kimberly 195 



Gates, Barbara 73 

Gazzuolo, John 208 

Geddes, Daniel 36, 179 

Geisweidt, Sheri 208 

Gelo, Maria 195 

Gelo, Robert I 79 

George, Christine 102, 103. 184 

George, Edward 164, 195 

Gercar. Jean 208 

Germano, Lisa 102, 103, 133, 148. 149. 151. 158 

Germano, Vincent 102, 103 

Geyer. Susan 102. 103 

Gezann, Robert 32, 179 

Gibbons, John 73, 140, 167 

Gibson, Colleen 102. 103 

Gildone. Danelle 52, 195 

Gilham, Tyrone 42, 138, 156. 195 

Gilmore, Shannon 195 

Gjerek, Antoni 165, 208 

Gjerek, Joseph I 79 

Gladin, Christopher 25, 39, 41. 179 

Glaser. Shirley 103 

Glenn, Cathryn 208 

Glick, Eric 131 

Glover, Laura 208, 25! 

Glubish, Jeffrey 1 79 

Gochneaur, John 103 

Godfrey, Robert 7, 42, 73, 109 

Codina, Vincent 51, 102. 103 

Goebel. James 73 

Goebel, Sue 73 

Goerndt. Jeffrey 50, 208 

Goerndt. Joseph 50, 146, 168, 195 

Gogan, Leslie 17, 47. 56, 150. 151, 209. 213 

Golden. Nikki 209 

Golf 142 

Golinar. Thomas 209 

Gomez. Humberto 38. 209 

Gondeau. Desiree 1 79 

Goode. Christine 1 79 

Gooding. William 73 



Goodman. Jason 209 

Goodman. Michelle 33, 36, 37, 42, 43, 102, 103. 

125, 166, 2 10 
Goodwin, William 209 
Grabinski. Daniel 51, 102, 103 
Grable, Lee 209 
Grablovic, Kevin 102, 103, 134 
Grahek, Kelly 195 
Grahovac, Renata 8, 34, 42, 51, 102. 103. 117. 

121. 166. 16 7. 180. 187. 238. 250, 256 
Granito, Anthony 126, 179 
Granito, Sarah 35, 44. 150. 209 
Gray, David 42, 49, 134, 179 
Grbac, Maria 209 
Green, Kareema 209 
Greene, Jennifer I 79 
Grega, Marlene 1 3 1 
Grgincic, Steve 64, 131 
Griffin, Anthony 1 79 
Griffin, Christopher 209 
Griffin. Daniel 179 

Grigsby. Jeffrey 9. 24. 25, 103, 168, 263 
Crillo. Lucia 179, 213 
Gron. Dawn 209 
Gron, Thomas 24. 38. 180 
Groves. Christopher ISO 
Groves. Julie 61. 195 
Groves. Tina 195 
Grubach. Cynthia 150. 209 
Gubitosi. Domenic 24. 39. 41. 195 
Gubitosi. Thomas 74 
Guilfoyle. Michael 156. 195 
Guillory. Renee 102. 103. 158. 159. 183 
Gulp. Susan 147. 180 
Guttu. Anthony 138. 195 
Guttu. Ronald 180 



H 



Hackathorn. John 195 
Haffer. Joyce 74 




248 



Kelly Eubank. Nicole Molnar. Beth Sillia and Debra 
Pence serve refreshments during the Homecoming 
Dance. 



Index 



Cheering for the home team is always fun. 



Haffey. Cesse 12, 68. I9S 

Haggerty. John 139. 209 

Haggins. Eric 209 

Haislah, Paul 103 

Halbedel. Tom 74 

Hall Band 39 

Hall, Eric 42, 43, 98, 104, 105 

Hall, Michael 104, 105 

Hall, Susan 180 

Hamilton, Lesley 131 

Hamilton, Michael 209 

Hamilton, Stacy 14, 24, 27. 83, 195 

Hammer, Beth 34, 36, 42, 46, 47. 48, 62. 180 

Hammer, Steven 38, 209 

Hammond, Deborah 1 80 

Hammond, Donna 209 

Hansen, Jill 8, 42, 104, 105. 187 

Hanson, Timothy 162. 195 

Harden. Tia 209 

Harding, Daniel 164. 180 

Hardman. Bruce 138, 195 

Harps, Richard 195 

Harrell. Ardelle 74 

Harris, Henry 180 

Harris. Paul 104, 134, 136, 162, 163 

Harris, Sue 69 

Harrison, Christopher 104 

Harrison, Heather 22 

Harrison, Jeffrey 104. 105 

Harrison. Kevin 1 80 

Harrison. Matthew 180 

Harrison, Mia 209 

Hartman. David 209 

Hartmann, Jeff 74 

Harwood, Katherine 74 

Hatch. Phillip 195 

Hatcher, Jeffrey 209 

Hawthorne, Celestine 49. 105, 131 

Hawthorne, Demetrius 209 

Hawthorne, Tina 34 

Hayden, Monica 48, 180 

Hayden, Regina 104, 105 

Hayes, Jean 42, 104. 105 

Hayes, Renee 181 

Heck, Jason 209 

Heffernan, Kristin 195 

Heimberger. Lisa 195 

Heimsoth. Daniel 195 

Henderson, Brian 104, 105. 170, 234 

Henderson. Christion 156, 168 

Henderson, Delvena 181 

Henderson, Gregory 138, 195 

Henderson, Richard 104 

Henderson, Tiffany 195 

Henry, Brian 104 

Henry, Jeanette 24, 38, 56, 195 

Heramb. Robert 74 

Herbert. Donald 209 

Herbert. Jeffrey 209 

Herbst. John 138. 195 

Herman. Danielle 209. 251 

Herman, Jennifer 209 

Hess. Jodi 196 

Hess. Rena 104. 105 

Heuer. Carolyn 75 

Heuer. Lisa 210 

Heyduk. Karen 60, 181 

Hickok, Amy 29, 35, 51. 196 

Hickok. Timothy 181 

Hicks. Ericka 49. 196 

Hicks. Joel 196 

Hicks. Monique 196 

Hicks. Sonya 181 

Higgins. Kelly 46. 51, 196 

Higham, Douglas 165, 210 




Highland, Charles 101, 210 

Hilger, Heidi 210 

Hill. Donald 196 

Hill. Jomo 210 

Hill. Raymond 131 

Hillier, Mark 196 

Hilling, Carl 2, 67 

Hiltner, Joseph 181 

Hinton, Regina 131 

Hinton, Shannon 210 

Hoag. Thomas 210 

Hoag. Timothy 210 

Hocevar, Kerri 181 

Hockey 162 

Hodgins, Gabrielle 75 

Hodnichak. Diane 14. 24. 26, 51. 60, 181 

Hoffart, Tom 75 

Hoffert. Frank 75. 126 

Hoffman, Candy 210 

Hoffman, Roger 12, 50. 168 

Hoinski, Thomas 196 

Holland. Caroline 24, 35, 38, 46, 210 

Holland, Jason 164, 196 

Holland, Thomas II. 32. 134. 165, 181 

Holloman, Michael 196 

Holloway, Nathan 24. 39, 210 

Holmes. Jeffrey 210 

Holmes, Jon 196 

Homecoming I I 

Homovec, Richard 75 

Hooks, Andrea 42, 43, 47, 49, 51, 104. 105, 210 

Hooks. John 181 

Hopes. Ashante 196 

Hopkins. Jennifer 44. 53. 18! 

Hopkins, Matthew 52, 138. 196 

Hopkins, Natalie 104 

Hoppert, Deborah 18! 

Horabik, Mark 104 ' 

Horgan, Dawn 181 

Hornyak. Mark 1 34 



Hornyak. Richard 134, 181 

Horton. John 196 

Horvath, Melissa 15, 210 

Houchins, Deborah 24, 27, 75 

Hough, Maurice 196 

Hradek. Lisa 47, 51, 196 

Hren. Kristine 45, 147. 172, 173, 196 

Hribar. Frances 196 

Hribar. John 42 

Hribar. Marlene 15, 150, 151. 161. 210 

Hritz, Michelle 210 

Hsu, Ching Wei 165, 210 

Hsu, Po-Chun 49, 181 

Huber, Francis 196 

Huddleston, Jeffrey 18! 

Hudson, Kevin 49. 152. 154, 155. 18! 

Hudson, Love 42, 49, 53, 181 

Huested. Mathew 48. 181 

Hughes. Brian 138. 196 

Hughes, Edward 165, 181 

Hughley. Kevin 156, 196 

Humphries. Billijo 196 

Hutchinson. Gerald 196 

Hutchinson. Jo-Marie 210 

Hutton, Marcus 24, 38. 210 

Hyne. Kelly 160. 196 

Hynes, Jeffrey 181 



lie. Kristina 18! 

Index 244 

Ivaskovic, Carolyn 24, 41, 181 

Ivey, Dennis 104, 105 

Ivinskas, Timothy 131 



J 



Jablonski, Frank 75 
Jackson. Shelli 210 



Index 



249 




Jaffe. Amy 60. 104. 105 

Jaffe, Chad 196 

Jagger, Mary 76 

Jakubauskas, Danute 196 

Jankowski. Frank 181 

Jankowski. Joseph 196 

Jaroscak. Jeff 1 70 

Jaworsky. Sherry 24. 25, 41. 61, 78, 104. 105. 

109. 167 
Jaworsky. Victoria 24. 27, 61. 196 
Jayne. Terrence 181 
Jaynes. Shannon 104 
Jefferson, Clifford 105, 131 
Jefferson, Deidre 104, 181 
Jelenic, Mark 196 
Jenkins, Alecia 42. 49. 131 
Jenko. Ronald 210 
Jerele, Cynthia 150, 210 
Jeric. Jennifer 181 
Jevnikar. John 18! 
Jividen. Michelle 181 
Johnson. Antonio 210 
Johnson. Deborah 40. 49. 106. 107. 117. 197. 

210 
Johnson. Jeffrey 1 3 1 
Johnson. Karl 196 
Johnson. Phillip 196 
Johnson. Renee 46. 210 
Johnson. Rhoda 196 
Johnson. Richard 13. 21. 34, 98, 106, 107. 122. 

134. 137. I 52. 155. 166 
Johnson. Selwyn 196 
Johnson. Shaun 106. 131. 134 
Johnson. Steve 49. 68. 83. 152. 181 
Johnson. Yvette 210 
Johnston. Kathy 21 I 
Jones. Caria 106. 107 
Jones. Dwight 106. 107 
Jones. Jennifer 40. 42. 196 
Jones. Robert 168. 211 



Jones. Tonesha 2 1 I 

Jones. William 196 

Jordan. Gregory 5. 106. 107. 170 

Judge. Anthony 107 

Juniors 176 

Junkovic. Mladen 181 

Juratic. Christopher 106. 107. 198 

Juratic, Gregory 196 

Jurisevic. Susan 21 I 

Jurkovic. Barbara 31. 52. 196 



Kacperski. Anjanette 196 

Kacperski. Jennifer 150. 211 

Kadras. Dafne 196 

Kale. John 196 

Kaleal. David 8. 43. 57. 62. 86. 90, 106. 107 

Karabinus. John 20. 21. 106. 107, 134 

Karabinus. William 196 

Karaula. Anita 44, 48. 181 

Karnak, Theodore 15. 39. 42. 43. 53, 106. 107. 

118. 146 
Karpinski. Paul 181 

Keating, Jessica 24. 38. 211 

Keaveney. Kathleen 42. 18! 

Kehn. Jan 76 

Kehn. John 181 

Kehoe. Lori 196 

Keith. Jill 181 

Kekic. Michael 107. 134 

Kekic. Richard 164. 165, 181 

Kellers. Michael 46. 48, 196 

Kelley, Brendan 2 1 I 

Kelley. Jim 76 

Kelly. David 196 

Kelly. Marcus 196 

Kelly. Shannon 21 I 

Kelly. Susan 106. 107. 172 

Kempke. Cheryl 1 8 1 



Kendel. Holly 107 

Kenny. Nora 107 

Kermode. Thomas 40, 2 I I 

Kerne. Gregory 83. 181 

Kernz. Kelly 60. 73. 89. 106. 107, 166. 256 

Kestner. Dave 51. 76 

Key Club 46 

Kimball. Kelly 106. 107 

Kimball. Lewis 181 

Kimball. Robert 21 I 

King. Harry 14. 76. 164, 165, 181 

King. James 138. 164. 196 

King. Xavier 106. 131. 134. 168 

Kirchner. Dawn 61. 211 

Kirchner. Deborah 9. 21 I 

Kirchner. Lisa 196 

Kish. Steve 211 

Kitchen. Michael 138. 197 

Kitis. Michael 107 

Kleckner. Cynthia 24. 27. 197 

Klein. Ellen 76 

Klepac. Tony 4. 25. 39. 41. 106. 107 

Kline. Amy 106. 107 

Kline. Jeffrey 2 1 I 

Kline. Wendy 18! 

Knez. Bernadette 181 

Knez. Karmen 21 I 

Knez. Margaret 181 

Kobetitsch. Patricia 131 

Kobus. Shawn 6. 25. 34. 38. 40. 41. 46. 48, 167, 

172. 181. 188. 198. 263 
Kocjan. Erin 106. 107. 147. 169 
Koerber. Lauren 42. 108. 109 
Kollar. Christine 197 
Kollar. Matthew 21 I 
Kolodziej. Mary Jane 40. 76 
Koman. Diana 197 
Komara. Daniel 21 I 
Koncar. Angela 181 
Konrad. Kimberly 25. 41. 78. 197 
Koratich. Daniel 197 
Koren. Kellie 24. 26. 181 
Kosmerl, Karen 181 
Kostan. Peter 52. 197 
Kovacic. Valerie 1 82 
Kovelan, Stephen 197 
Kozlowski, Karen 77 
Kozlowski, Max 73, 138, 197 
Kracheck. David 108 
Kragelund. Torben 44. 108. 109 
Krance, Joseph 108 
Krance. Michelle 126. 197 
Krcal, Amy 108 
Kribbs. John 182 

Kristoff. Carol 24. 27. 42. 46. 48. 108. 109 
Kro, Nick II, 108, 109. 134. 202 
Kronik. John 134. 165. 182. 258 
Kropf. David 182 
Krotine. Derrick 156, 182 
Krulc. Julie 108. 109 
Krulc. Susan 44. 48. 182 
Krup. Ruth 69 
Kubach. Kristine 197 
Kubinski. Christine 52. 53. 182 
Kucaric, Christine 2 1 I 
Kuchta. Jeffrey 68. 108. 109 
Kucia. Eric 182 
Kucia. Neil 211 

Kudlak. Paul 33. 86. 134, 167. 182 
Kuhen. Elizabeth 42. 182 
Kuhen. Eric 21! 

Kumar. Brinda 34. 36. 37. 48. 62. 182 
Kunes. William 38. 39. 40. 41. 140. 169. 197 
Kunesh. Valerie 21 I 
Kushma. Kathleen 31. 35. 198 



250 



Index 



Laborn, Rochelle 38 

Laflora. Tish 259 

Lah. Christine 198 

LaManna. Michael 24, 38. 50. 165. 21 I 

Lamar, Evie 21 I 

Land, Christine 21 I 

Lane. Barry 182 

Lang. Bridgette 198 

Langdon. Patrick 182 

Lange, Jonathan 46. 52. 54. 55, 58, 89. 106. 108. 

109. I 14. I 17. 140. 254 
Lapuh. Cheryl 29, 31. 35. 211 
Lapuh. Robert 108, 109. 134. 137 
Larkins. Thomas 182. 188 
Laska, Jerry 108 
Laurenson. William 21 I 

Lauria. Anthony 10. 108, 109. 134. 136. 164 
Lauria. Patrick 108. 109. 122. 134, 164 
Lauver. Danielle 31, 182 
Lauver, Elizabeth 12. 49. 106. 108. 149. 151 
Lauver. Molly 2 1 I 
Lawrence. Cynthia 9. 108 
Lawrence. Kevin 108 
Lawrence. Kimberly 61, 108. 109 
Lawrence. Shalom 29, 31, 211 
Lawson, Daryl 21 I 
Lawson. Ryan 24. 41, 198 
Le Quyea. Michael 198 
Leach. Phillip 108 
Leamon, James 156. 198 
Leasure, Benjamin 21 1 
Leavens, Diana 21 I 
Lee, Eldora 2 1 I 
Lee. Lawrence 182 
Leftwich, Donald 131 
Leinweber. Craig 198 
Leilis. Jane 77 
Lenz. Eric 105, 162. 182 
Leonard. William 108 



Leonardi. Edward 1 82 

Leonardi. Raymond 5, 36. 42. 110. III. 122 

Leone, Michael 21 I 

Lepisto, Mary 198 

LeQuyea, Michael 170, 171. 198 

LeQuyea, Pat I 70 

Lett, Lo Frencho 182 

Levstik. Patricia 149, 21! 

Lewis. Chonton 21 I 

Lewis, Henry 110. Ill, 168 

Lewis. Melissa 21 I 

Liderbach, Julia 35, 211 

Lidrbauch. Joan 55. 77. 205 

Lillie. Jonathon I I I 

Limbert. Cynthia 48. 51. 52. 64, 70. 89. 93. 109, 

NO, III, 183 
Limbert. Kevin 198 

Linderman, Christopher 8. 20. 21. I 10. III. 162 
Linderman. Joan 77 
Lindic. Alana 8, 110, III 
Lisac. Beth 5 1 

Lisac. Martin 110. III. 134. 162 
Lisac. Suzane 35. 54, 149. 198 
Lishing. Carl 21 I 
Little. John 211 
Little. Pamela 21 I 
Littlejohn. Rhonda 182 
Littlejohn, Tonia 13, III 
Lockers 16. 17 
Lohn. Nina II 0, III 
Lollar, Shane I I I 

Lomac. Lara 25. 40. 41. 61. 180. 198 
Lomac. Mary 77 
Lomac. Tanya 51. 56, 61, 72, 75. 110. III. 129. 

205 
Lomax. DeJarnette 49. 110. 122. 131 
Lomax. Rodney 152. 182 
Lombardo. Daniel 162, 163 
Lombardo. Jeanine I I I 
Lonchar. David 110, III 
Long, Jamall 21 I 



Ifteifa Mc Croder, Renee Turner 
.A^mfon relaxing at a dance. 



Danielle Herman, Kristi Attwood, Laura Clover and Lisa 




Long. Melissa 24. 47. 51, 52. 62. 63. 198 

Longstreth. Laura 51, 174, 199 

Loparo, Michael I 10. Ill, 134 

Lorenzo. Scott I 30 

Loving. Aaron 199 

Lowe, Ken 77 

Lozada. Nicole 21 I 

Lozada, Ricardo 21 I 

Lucas. Margaret 50. 77 

Ludvik. Dennis 21 I 

Ludvik, Jadran 182 

Luikart, Harry 24, 38, 21 I 

Luikart, Kim 199 

Luke. Julie 199 

Luketic. David 42. I 10, III 

Lunder, Matthew 182 

Lupas, Daniel 21 I 

Luther, Lorraine 8. 42. 98. 109, 110, III, 180, 

187. 250 
Lutz, David I I I 
Lux. Kenneth 199 
Luzny, Daniel 164, 199 
Luzny, Michael I I I 
Lynn, Raymond 6. 24. 38, 39, 40. 46. 199 



M 



Mack. Christopher 199 

Mackell. Michelle 51, I 10, III 

Macklin. Keith 182 

Madden, Wendy 60. Ill 

Maddox. Caria 13. 112 

Maddox. Valena 24. 38, 48, 184, 21 I 

Madlock, Eugenia 60, I 12 

Maher, James 24. 25, 112, 113. 1 80 

Mahovlic. Matthew 21 I 

Majers. Curtis 112. 113 

Majorettes 26 

Malaney. Kevin I 38 

Malaney. Tracy 182 

Maldonado, Luis 112, 113. 117 

Manburg, Marc 78 

Mance, Kenneth 164 

Mann, David 182 

Mannello, Christopher 139. 211 

Mansperger, Daniel 24, 41, 182 

Mantel, Charlotte 9. 52. 70, 93, 98, 112. 113. 

130. 172, 24 6. 254 
Mantel. Jennifer 211 

Marando. Theresa 1 2. 24. 4 1 . 93. 112, 113. 1 29 
Marcic. Christopher 199 
Marcinko. Christopher 21 I 
Marett. Joseph 199 
Maria. Mirta 21 I 
Marie. Biljana 2 1 I 
Marincek, John 56, 211 
Marks, Jenniffer 46, 2 1 I 
Markuz. Paul 112. 113 
Maroli. Karen 70. 133. 148. 149. 150. 151, 158, 

159, 160, I 82 
Marolt, Norman 139, 165. 21 I 
Marolt, Tina 60, 112, 113 
Marotta. Anthony 199 
Marron. Stacey 199 
Marrott. Robert 83, 182 
Marsh. Kathleen 78 
Marsh. Lee 49. 182 
Marshall. Toran 84. 182 
Martens. John 32, 36, 37. 50. 54. 71. 102. 176. 

182. 188 
Martin, Amanda 21 I 
Martin, Christopher 139, 157, 211 
Martin, Heidi 35. 40. 48. 56. 62. 63. 180. 193. 

199. 201, 2 10 
Martin, Robert 211 



Index 



251 



Marvin. Charles 21 I 

Marvin. Kimberly 112. 113. 147. 210 

Marvin. Lisa 2 I I 

Masina. Visnja 21 I 

Masley. Jennifer 21 I 

Mason. Jennifer 212. 214 

Mason. Jimmy 199 

Mason. Michael 48, 49. 54. 55. 70. 112. 113. 

140. 197 
Maslerson, Kimberly 34. 48. 62. 63. 84. 182 
Mata. Amy 149. 182 
Matiaska. Douglas 199 
Matish. Alison 212 
Matish. Phillip 146. 182 
Matlock. Ian 212 
Matthews. Ayanna 40. 212 
Maurer. Kristine 199 
Mauser. Bryan 140. 182 
Mauser, Diane 182 
Mausser. James 112, 113 
Maust. Teresa 21 2 
Maxey, Denise 182 
Maxey. Dennis 199 
Maxey. Linda I 12 
Maxson. Dan 78 
Maxwell. Elaine 199 

Mayerhofer. Julie 48. 51. 60. 112. 113. 263 
Mayerhoffer. Jean 47. 51. 199 
Mayle. Kelly 42. 182 
Mazanec. Geoffrey I 1 2 
Mazzaro, George 66 
Mazzei, Mathias 138. 199 
Mazzei. Michael 33, 94. 112. 113. 134 
McAlpine. Jeanine 212 
McCaleb. Jermaine 212 
McCandless. Daniel 112. 113 
McCarthy, Brian 212 
McCartney, Wayne 212 
McCloskey, Michael 131 
McClurkin. Keith 182 

McCluskey. Kevin 5. 112. 113. 140. 170, 202 
McCormack, William 13! 
McCourt. Diana 12 
McCoy. Shileshe 160. 182 
McCoy. Tiffony 49, 199 

McDerment, Kelly 105. 112, 113, 114. 117. 122 
McGhee. Tamika 212 
McGraw. Paula 24. 27. 49. 112. 113 
McGroder. Vanessa 212, 25! 
McGuinness, William 2, 4. 66. 80, 199 
Mclnally, Richard 199 
Mcintosh. Edward II 4. 115 
Mcintosh. Susan 212 
McKay. John 199 

McLaughlin. Judith 36. 49, 78, 106 
McLaughlin, Robert 67 
McLean. Miles II 4. 115 
McManus, Robert 199 
McNamara. Robert 182 
McPeek, Dennis 38 
McRedmond. Polly 78 
McReynolds. Kerri 35, 150. 212 
Meaney, Gunhild 51. 73. 74. 149, 160. 199 
Meaney, Gunnhild 194 
Meden IV. Joseph 157 
Meden. Joseph 143. 212 
Media Library Aides 50 
Medve. Matthew 182 
Medve. Susan 182 
Medved. Joseph 199 
Medved, Louis 114, 115 
Medved, Milan 199 
Medved, Victoria 29, 199 
Medvick, William 35, 66 
Meeks. Tramayne 212 



Mehls. Douglas 146. 168. 199 

Mehls. Michael 110. 114. 115. 121. 122. 170. 

171 
Merencky. Christine 28. 29. 114. 115 
Merino. Mario 199 
Mews. Krista 62. 182 
Meyenberg. Eric 182 
Meyer, Steven 182 
Meyers. Glen I 1 5 
Meyers. Jeffrey 114. 115, 117 
Meyers, Michele 53, 182 
Midolo. Gina 16. 42. 43. 183 
Miheli. Christian 199 
Miheli. Daniel 199 
Mikulcic. Sinisa 114. 13! 
Mikulin. Peter II 4, 131 
Milicevic. Thomas 139, 212 



Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 
Mille 



Bruce 42. 43. 98, 114, 115, 129, 
Deborah 41. 61. 172. 183. 188 
Diane 199 



134 



Ernest 212 

Johnny I 14, 115 \ 

John 199 

Linda A. 20. 52. II 4. 115 

Linda J. 114. 115 

Mary 5. 42, 76, 77. 199 

R. 140 

Rebekah I 1 5 

Robert 20. 21. 42, 43, 114, 115 

Rodney I 1 5 

William 131 
Milline, Tony 199 
Minadeo, Laura 212 
Minadeo, Lisa 24, 27. 114, 115, 183 
Mincek, Mark 48. 49. 52, 114. 115. 129 
Mincek, Michelle 212 
Miner. Art 1 3 1 
Miner, Margo 183 
Mingle. Charles 24, 38. 212 
Minitch. George I 1 5 
Mioli, Gina 212 



Miranda. Concepcion 183 

Miranda. Dalmacio 199 

Miranda. Ruth 212 

Miskinis. Aldona 78 

Mitchell. La Tonia 49. 114. 115 

Mixon. James 24. 38. 168. 199 

Mocny. David 199 

Molenda, Patricia 199 

Molnar. Craig II, 131 

Molnar, Nicole 5. 149. 172. 183. 248 

Mondok. Tricia 212 

Monroe, Jimmy 199 

Montagner, Laura 150. 212 

Montana. Robert 114. 131 

Montana. Timothy 183 

Montani. Ray 78 

Montgomery. Pamela 49, 199 

Moore. Cheryl I 14. 115 

Moore. Cynthia 1 5. 24. 27. 5 I . II 6, II 7 

Moore. Francine 34. 42. 183 

Moore. Gerald 164. 199 

Moore. Katherine 47. 51, 199 

Moore. Kimberly 44. 212 

Moore. Lawonna I 3 1 

Moore. Marlon 2 1 2 

Moore. Sandra 199 

Morek. Mark 138. 199 

Morris. Brian 2 1 2 

Morris. Jamal 212 

Morris. Shalett 98. 199 

Morris. Tracy 2 1 2 

Morrison. Heather 144. 145. 200 

Morse. Joel 2 1 2 

Moses. Donald 183 

Moses, Lori 200 

Moster, Laura 24. 25, 41, 78, 105, 116, 117 

Motiejunas, Adria 116. 158. 159 

Motiejunas, Kristina 200 

Moultry, Latanya 212 

Muccino. Christine 212 

Mueller. Jo Rita 79 



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Index 



116. 117 
39. 41. 116. 117 



Mujic, Maria 48. 60. 81. 116. 117 
Mulqueeny, Ellen 172 
Murowski. Craig 24. 39 
Murowsky. Craig 41. 139. 212 
Murowsky. Jeffery 24. 38. 116 
Murowsky. Jeffrey 1 1 7 
Murphy. Dana 172, 183 
Murphy. Denise 29. 200 
Murphy. Harry I 3 1 
Murphy. Marilyn 109 
Murray, Deborah 24. 
Murray. Edward 1 3 1 
Murry. Antonio 131 
Myers. Vincent 2 1 2 
Myles. Rebecca I 16 



N 



Naglic. Angela 29 

Naglic. Carol 60. 84. 116 

Naglic. Mark 183 

Nagode. Robert 43. I 10. 116. 117. 118 

Nagy. David 183 

Nagy. Mark 183 

Nastasi. Ryan 212 

Nebe, Eric 138. 164. 200 

Nebe. Michael 162. 200 

Negrilli. Bridget 29 

Neligan. Patricia 184 

Nemecek. Jack 212 

Newcomb. Maria 8. 116. 117 

Newcomb. Michelle 35. 212 

Newman. Daniel 74. 164. 165. 184 

Nickell. Scott 200 

Nicolanti. Daniel 131 

Nicolosi. Ann 212 

Niebes. Carole 79 

Nielen. Maragaret 79 

Nievcs. Lenny 74. 1 84 

Nolan. Chet 10 

Norton. Lisa 12. 116. 197 

Nosse. Lance 1 39. 2 1 2 

Novak. Michael 200 

Novak. Steven 116. 117 

Novcy. Jessica 36. 5 1 . 52. 54. 6 1 . 62. 63. 93. 200. 

213 
Novotney. Kimberly I I. 12. 13. 48. II 0. I 16. I 17, 

129. 144. 145. 210 
Novotny. Christine 184 
Novotny. Cynthia 212 
Nugent. Joseph 184 
Nurmi. Shirley 66 
Nykiel. Robert 200 



O'Breza. Patricia 79. 83 

O'Brien. Cynthia 200 

O'Connell. Kelli 116 

O'Connell. Michael 184 

O'Grady. Lisa 46. 49. 55. 71. 90. 117, 131, 202. 

227 
O'Hannon. Travis 74. 77, 168 
O'Neal. Curtis 200 
O'Neal. Curtis 44 
O'Neil. Patrick 212 
O'Neill. Jennifer 35, 54. 200 
O'Neill, Jennifer 47. 51 
O'Neill. Maureen 20. 60. 109. I 16. 117 
O.O.E.A. 60 

Oatman. Tiffiney 31. 74. 184 
Oblak. Christine 35. 150. 212 
Oblak, Jeanine 5. 31. 42. 74. 149, 184 
Oboczky. Christine 22. 144. 145. 200 
Oboczky. Victoria 184 




Offak. Jeffrey 1 84 

Ogorek, Gregory II 0, 184 

Ohanessian, Aron 200 

Olbrysh. Jeffrey 184 

Olenik. James 185 

Orazem. Nicholas 24. 212 

Orbanic. Lorena 212 

Orndoff. Jim 64. 116. 117. 168 

Orndoff. Jodi 185 

Oroz. Elizabeth 47. 54. 56. 62. 144. 145. 200 

Oroz. Katarina 48. 49. 116. 117. 122. 144. 145. 

246 
Osolin. Karia 60. 185 
Ospelt. Heidi 168. 212 
Ott. Dawn I 16 
Ott. Jack 185 

Outdoor Club Office Aides 5 1 
Overberger. David 185 
Owen. Stephen 82. 83. 185 



Paderewski. Donna 148. 149 

Pae. Tim 142. 143. 212 

Palmer. Patricia 116. 117 

Paolucci. Lisa I 19 

Papes, Nancy 185 

Papotta. Patricia 185 

Pappalardo. Caria 118. 119 

Paradise. Robert 24. 39. 41. 185 

Pardue. Janet 185 

Parise. Mia 168. 185 

Park. Michael 84. 131 

Parker. Andrew 152. 153. 154. 155. 185 

Parker, Bonnie 20. 34. 49. 118. II 9. 229. 250 

Parker. De Ann 200 

Parker. Denese 118. I 19 

Parker. Mervin 1 85 

Parker, Sanjay 212 

Parker, Terenz 212 



Parker. Tina 212 
Parkinson. Michael I 19 
Parmertor, Robert 119, 164 
Parmertor, Ronald 200 
Paroska, Katalin 24, 38, 185 
Paroska. Louis 118. 119. 140. 163 
Parsons. John 165. 212 
Paskert. Joan 60. 79 
Pasquale. Ben 66 
Pasquale. Dina 74. 200 
Pasquale. Marie 28. 54. 58. 118, 119, 246 
Pate, Dale II. 118. 119 
Patel, Ketan 185 
Patterson. Eric 24. 41. 200 
Paul. Judy 75. 79. 205 
Pavlic. Francis 212 
Pavlic. Nicolle 51, 185 
Pawlowski, Adam 79, 82, 205 
Payne. Craig 200 
Peacock, Deadrain 34, 60. 259 
Pedersen. Mads 44. 118. 119 
Pekar. Darren 73. 138 
Pekar, Darrin 200 
Pekar. Kevin 119 

Pekol. Beth 49. 93. 118. 119. 130. 193. 254 
Pekol. Mark 1 30 
Pelinkaj. Nedzad 212 
Pelinkovic. Osman 83. 185 
Pence, Debra 212. 248 
Pender. Kimberly 200 
Penn. Barbara 212 
Penny. Daniel 200 
Penny. David 185 

Penny. Ricky 24. 38. 39. 40, 41. 185 
Pequignot. Darice 36. 37. 42. 43. 185 
Percic. Josette 185 
Percival. Tammy 212 
Perdan. Beth 24. 35. 38. 40. 41. 83. 200 
Perdan. Pamela 15. 24. 27. 42. 51. 88. 93. 118. 
119. 130. I 71. 172. 173 



Index 



253 




Perez. Frank 3, 4. 34. 66 

Perko, Barbara 185 

Perna. Renee 185 

Perrotti. Anita 44. 5 1 . 185 

Perry, Angela 212 

Perry, Christopher 185 

Perry, David I 34. I 85 

Perry. Cabriella 200 

Perry. Rashawn 48. 49. 200 

Perryman. Eric 185 

Persic. Eda 42. 185 

Perusek. Angela 212 

Peters. Irene 2 1 2 

Peters. Michael 34, 49. 52. 54. 55. 56. 118. 119 

Peterson. Brenda 42. 118. 119 

Peterson. Linda 200 

Petho. Marlene I 19 

Petie. Jennifer 160 

Petrich. Edward 118. 131 

Petrich. Richard 185 

Petrie. Jennifer 2 I 2 

Petrie. Kristen 49. 106. 118. 119. 247 

Petrovic, Robert 80. 126 

Petrowski. Gerald 185 

Petruccelli. Gregory 200 

Petruccelli. Vincent 131 

Petti. Carmen 31.52 

Pevec, Therese 118. 119 

Phillips. Donald 200 

Phillips. Lynn 133. 148. 149. 151. 158, 159 

Phillips. Matthew 118. II 9 

Phillis. Timothy 78. 212 

Phipps. James 185 

Phommavichit. Seng 200 

Picozzi. Nicholas I 19 

Pignatiello. Roy 65. 80. 130 

Pinta. Christopher 142. 143. 185 

Pinta. Scott 35. 73. 164. 200 

Piontkowski. Brenda 1 20 



Piotrowski. Ernest 200 

Piotrowski. Michael 200 

Piper. Michael 120 

Pirak. Gregory 4. 22. 24. 38. 39. 40. 185 

Piscopo. Veronica 200 

Pizmoht. Laura 15. 24. 46. 172. 179. 212 

Pizmoht. Rose 41, 51. 185 

Pla. Sally 80 

Play. Fall 36 

Plesko. Brian 200 

Plevelich. Alan 101. 120. 121. 134 

Pocaro. Jennifer 44. 45. 48, 55, 185 

Pockar. Brent 200 

Polo. Heather 212 

Ponsart. Laura 200 

Pope. Cherel 5 1 

Pope. Josiah 77. 185 

Porten. Kimberly 185 

Porter. Cheryl 35. 149. 200 

Porter, Suzanne 8, 101. 120 

Posavad. James 2 1 2 

Posey. Kurtis 24. 152. 185 

Potokar. David 34. 120. 121. 134. 136. 162 

Povirk. Robert 2 1 3 

Powaski, Ronald 80 

Powell, Allen 185 

Powell. Corinne 1 3 1 

Powell, Michael 185 

Powers, Eddie 134. 156. 185 

Powers. Edwin I 38. 200 

President's Club 49 

Prestigomo. Tracy 35. 161, 213 

Pretchel. Charles 122. 131 

Prewitt, Kimberly 13, 49. 120. 121 

Price, Andre 2 1 3 

Pritchard, Kevin 52. 53. 142, 185 

Probst, Catherine 120, 121 

Probst. Cathy 60 

Puhalj, Elizabeth 31. 35, 200 



Puhalj, Engelberl 213 

Q 

Quinn, Kevin 83. 185 
Quinn. Marina 200 
Quinn. Sean 83. 140. 185 
Quirarte. James 139. 213 



Race, Nora 8, 17. 29, 31, 35, 74, 179, 200 

Radachy. David 213 

Radaker. Kerri 14. 48. 51. 54. 56, 60, 120, 121, 

183. 263 
Radosevic. Josip 2 1 3 
Rafail. Kathleen 213 
Raguz, Stephen 185 

Raicevich. Mike 47. 80. 106. 109. 142, 143 
Ramlow, Barbara 44, 80 
Ramlow, Chad 120. 121. 134. 162. 169 
Ramlow. Robert 80. 168 
Ramsay. Bridget 35. 213 
Ramsey. Damon 106. 120 
Ramsey. Eric 200 
Rash. Toni 60. 81 
Rashid. Najla 200 
Rashid. Shadeed 139. 213 
Raymond. Larry 185 
Rebish, Carolyn 35. 213 
Redman, Suzanne 47, 52, 120, 121, 122 
Reed. Karen 17. 29, 51. 56. 172. 179, 200 
Reeci, Patricia 42, 43. 120. 12! 
Reed. Patty 8 

Rees, Kimberley 42, 120, 121. 166. 167.238.256 
Reese. Nicole 2 1 3 
Reese. Robert 185 
Reese. Troy I 3 1 
Reichman. Brandy 15. 47. 213 
Reid. Melinda 13. 185 
Reid. Rebecca 213 
Reinke. David 120. 121 
Renner. Cindy 24. 25. 38, 214 
Renner. Ricky 24. 38, 200 
Reno, Charles 77, 81, 87, 90. 126 
Reno, Sonja 1 7. 24. 25. 38. 39. 40. 41 . 42, 43, 90, 

120. 12 I, 179. 240 
Renshaw. Therese 168. 186 
Reynolds. Thomas 24, 38. 39, 50. 170. 214 
Rhone. Raymond 152. 186 
Rhone. Sonja 24. 38. 48. 214 
Ricco. James 200 
Rice. Douglas 214 
Richards. Arthur 214 
Richards. Beth 42. 120. 121 
Richards. Erica 188. 201 
Richards. Pamela 186 
Richardson. Andrea 120 
Richardson. Cassandra 186. 259 
Richardson. Keith 214 
Riczinger. Tina 60 
Riffe. Laela 214 

Riha, Bryce 24. 25. 39. 43. 54. 102, 120, 121 
Riha, Vincent 24, 39, 54, 201 
Riley. Balee 17,35,47,61,80, 150, 151.213.214 
Rinaldi. Theresa 60. 186 
Risko, Tracy 60, 144. 186 
Ritchie. Debra 120 
Ritchie. Heather 60. 1 86 
Ritchie, Steven 214 
Rizzo. Rick 164, 186 
Roach. Katie 15 
Roach, Reginold 170, 186 
Roach. Rita 51, 61, 62. 201 



254 



Index 



Roach, Robert 186 

Roberts. Ann 81 

Roberts, Mark 134, 186 

Roberts, Richard 24, 20\ 

Roberts. William 131 

Robinson, James 214 

Robinson, Patty 81 

Robinson, Spencer 186 

Roche, Shawn 201 

Rockwood. Donald 83. 186 

Rockwood. Ronald 83, 186 

Rodgers, Amanda 201 

Rodgers, Kathleen 81 

Rodriguez. Joseph 81 

Roeder, William 64, 120. 180 

Roethel. Rachelle 214 

Roethel. Robert 201 

Rogers. Calvin 156. 20! 

Rogers. Marie 214 

Rohl. Heidi 24. 41. 52. 53. 122. 123 

Rohlke. Ronald 134. 167, 186. 258 

Rolik. Renee 9. 49. 93. 122. 123. 246. 247 

Roll. Laura 24. 41, 55. 83. 201 

Rooker. Amy 24, 41, 20! 

Roscoe, Shellisa 201. 259 

Roscoe. Terrence 139. 156. 214 

Rose. Paul 122. 123. 140 

Ross. Daniel 201 

Ross. Donald 214 

Ross. Donna 2 1 5 

Ross. Roger 202 

Rosser, David 83 

Rostankowski. Dina 123 

Rowe. Heather 33. 52. 62. 126. 202 

Ruffing. Andrea 186 

Runza. Lenka 215 

Rupert. David 186 

Rusack. Kenton 215 

Russell. Michelle 35. 215 

Russo. Anthony 35. 69 

Russo, Joyce 81 



Rutherford. Nichelle 215 
Ryan. Lisa 215 
Ryans. Edward 156. 202 
Rymarczyk. Dominic 42. 202 
Rymarczyk. Kevin 215 



Sabath, Justine 186 

Sabol. Thomas 202 

Sacko. Heidi 215 

Sakatch. Julie 186 

Sallach. Fred 82 

Samas. Sandra 61. 215 

Samsa. Dennis 83. 186 

Samsa. Jeffrey 123 

Samuel. James 32. 33. 134. 186 

Sanborn. Sandra 82 

Sanders. Bryan 215 

Sanders. Cary 42. 43. I 17. 122, 123 

Sanders, Laura 42. 123 

Sandy. Kelly 1 86 

Sankey, Danny 202 

Sankey, Dawn 1 86 

Santa, Noel 94. 131 

Santon. Patrick 186 

Saracevic. Alan I 34. 1 86 

Sargent. David 156. 157. 202 

Sari. Michelle 202 

Sarich, Joel 39. 82 

Sarpolis. Deborah 215 

Sas. Jeanette 68. 147. 160. 202 

Sas. Jeffrey 122. 123, 164, 217 

Sattler. Dwayne 202 

Sattler. Greg 86 

Sauer. Bernie 57. 123, 179 

Sauer. Joseph 24. 38. 202 

Savage. Jean 1 50 

Savolainen. James 202 

Savolainen. Michele 215 

Sawyer, Matthew 24. 41, 203 




Scarniench. Michael 203 

Schaefer. Paula 17. 48. 51, 62. 122. 123 

Schafer, Beth 27. 35, 45, 46. 49. 52. 56. 203. 214 

Schafer. Theodore 186 

Scherbarth. Scott 24. 25. 38. 39. 40. 4 1 . 1 22. 1 23. 

179 
Schiavoni. Joseph 203 
Schilling. Georgeann 123 
Schilling. Susan 24. 27. 46. 186 
Schmeling. Betty 82 
Schmeling. Terri 70. 172. 186 
Schmeltzer. Denise 203 
Schoen. Kristin 29 
Schoen, Tina 203 
Schonauer, Victoria 1 86 
School 14, 15 
Schroeder. Dione 186 
Schroeder, Monica 203 

Schultz, Cynthia 48. 49. 60. 122. 123. 152. 210 
Schulz. Dona 82 
Schulz. Nancy 122. 123 
Schwartz. Andrew 24. 38. 39. 40. 41. 186 
Schwartz. Matthew 2 1 5 
Schwegler. Walter 66 
Schwenke. Pete 82. 168 
Schwenner. Robert 122. 123. 134 
Scipio. Natalie 49 
Scolaro. Tracy 29. 52. 76. 77. 203 
Scope. Greg 38 

Scott, Dana 5. II. 12. 32. 44. 186 
Scott. Kristie I I. 12. 14. 29. 31. 34, 51. 73. 89. 

122, 123 , 202 
Scott, Leonard 203 
Scott, Sandra 186 
Scott, Sean 2 1 5 
Scott. William 165. 215 
Secic. Sandra 215 
Sedmak, Gregory 215 
Segines. Richard 1 3 1 
Segulin. David 46. 49, 54. 55, 70, 71. 93. I 14. 

117, 122, I 23. 134. 164 
Segulin. James 24. 38. 46, 48. 170. 171. 203 
Segulin, Mickey 82 
Seller. Lana 1 50. 151.215 
Senn. Sonja 52. 186 
Serafin, Thelesa 2 1 5 
Sergent. Dawn 97. 123 
Serior Talent Night 58 
Serra, Paul 83 
Severino, Janet 83 

Seymour, Ronald 4, 66, 109, 114, 130 
Seymour. Ron 3 
Seymour. Steven 162. 186 
Shafer. William 24. 25. 39, 41, 83 
Shantery, Charles 215 
Sheck, Michael 83. 139. 165. 215 
Sheck. Mike 73. 77 
Sheehan. Brian 203 
Sheldon. Lisa 186 
Shepherd. Shanell 215 

Sheridan. Marie 27. 35. 44. 45. 46. 56, 203, 214 
Shimko. Renee 203 
Shippitka. John 123 
Shippitka. Michael 215 
Shivak. John 142. 143. 203 
Shotwell. Sabrina 186 
Shusky. Jennifer 60, 123 
Shusky. John 215 
Sigh, James 215 
Sillia, Beth 15. 215. 248 
Sim. Brian 124. 217 

Simakajornboon. Chokechai 44. 124. 125 
Simicevic. Marijana 203 
Simmons, Clarence 152 



Index 



355 



Simmons. Janelle 215 

Simmons. Monica 51, 53, 89. 124. 125. 168 

Simone. Tina 203 

Simpson. James 82, 83 

Sims. Cory 215 

Sims. James 24. 41. 203 

Singer. Raymond 131. 152. 153. 154. 155. 186 

Siupinys, Anthony 215 

Siupinys. Kristina 61. 203 

Ski Club 52 

Skiljan. Amy 36. 37. 124. 125. 168. 169 

Skodnik. Andrew 215 

Skok. Gregory 15. 24. 165. 215 

Skrab. Mary Ann 215 

Slaltery. Jeff 90. 124. 125. 132. 142. 143, 170. 

263 
Slaltery. Jennifer 150, 172. 215 
Slaughter. Chenise 24. 38. 215 
Slaybaugh. Tracy 215 
Slejko. Jason 168. 215 
Sliskovic. Frank 203 
Slogar. James 186 
Slogan Ronald 203 
Smiciklas. John 186 
Smith. Denise 215 
Smith. Jeffrey 124. 125 
Smith. Kelley 186 
Smith. Kimberly 113, 131 
Smith, Lisa 186 
Smith, Mark 34, 46. 48, 49, 54, 55, 56, 1 14, 124, 

129, 146, 236 
Smith. Ricky 215 

Smith. Robert 49. 131, 134. 139. 157. 186. 215 
Smith. Scott 168. 186 
Smith. Stanley 139. 215 
Smith. Stephen 203 
Smith. Tina 186 
Smith. Wayne 83 
Smolic. Stephanie 29. 215 
Smrdel. Anthony 215 
Smrdel. Diane 124 
Sneperger. Cina 203 
Sobecki. Sheri 34. 51. 60. 186 
Soblesky. Christopher 2 1 5 
Soccer 140 

Solnosky. Joseph 142. 156, 203 
Solnosky, Michael 203 
Soltesz, Christina 9. 32, 52, 186 
Soltesz, Frank 51,83 
Soltesz, Tina 29 
Soos. Scott 203 
Sophomores 190 
Sopko. Jill 35. 51. 203 
Sopko, Joseph 125, 131. 134 
Sopko, Theresa 151, 158, 203 
Soprek, Dubravka 203 
Sotka. Mitchell 46. 124. 125 
Spehar, Daniel 215 
Speights, Tina 215 
Spencer. Curtis 203 
Spencer. Natasha 203 

Sper. Stefanie 10. 12. 20, 30. 38. 39. 40. 57. 71. 
87.90. 105. 106, 109, 110, 113, 124, 125, 126. 

130. 190. 193. 209. 217 
Sperner. Noah 186 
Sperner. Rebecca 203 
Speroff. Keith 41. 142. 203 
Spicer. Kari 215 

Spiga. Barbara 84 

Spinelli. Jennifer 187 

Springborn, Todd 1 24 

Sray. Albin 215 

Srnovrsnik, Robert 24, 39, 41, 124, 125 

Stadler, Veronica 84 

Stage Band 39 



Stankivicz. Amy 203 

Stanton, Timothy 187 

Staples. Norman 2 I 5 

Stasienko. Catherine 215 

Staso. Renee 179 

Statz. Lynn 24. 38. 39, 40. 41, 124. 125 

Stauffer. Adam 9. 13, 32, 50. 51. 125. 176. 187 

Steele. Barbara 40. 180. 215 

Steen. Alchina 187 

Steeves. David 36. 37. 94. 117. 124. 125. 129 

Stegh. Brian 215 

Stegh. Stephen 124 

Stennis. Carol 124. 125 

Stephens. Delon 29. 31. 49. 215 

Stephens. James 40. 41. II 0. 1 7 1 . 203 

Sterbank. Janet 4. 18. 42. 47. 56. 124. 125. 176 

Sterbank. Julie 7. 34. 35. 47. 55. 56. 57, 80. 187. 

188. 19 4. 197. 206 
Stevens, James 39 
Stevenson, Shawna 215 
Stewart. Joel 187 
Stimburys, Donna 215 
Stinnett, Karina 215 
Stipkovich. James 203 
Stobinski, Judy 84 
Stokes, Ronald 215 
Stone. Tracy 33. 51. 58. 98. 101. 106. 124, 125. 

184. 202. 227 
Stone. Tracy 7 I 
Strah. Thomas 187 
Straub. Jason 142. 143. 203 
Straub. Shannon 187 
Straus. David 203 
Stringer. Richard 152. 203 
Strong, Tracie 203 
Strowder, Brian 124, 134 
Strowder, Valencia 203 
Strukel, John 215 
Strunk, Scott 187 
Student Council 32 
Student Life Divider 6, 7 



Studevent, Lonna 2 1 5 
Stuper, Melissa I 24 

Stupica, Karen 89. 93. 113, 126. 127, 158. 202 
Stupica. Thomas 67 

Stupica, Valerie 13, 44. 65. 122. 144. 145, 187 , 
Suchevits. Craig I 87 ■ 

Sugar. Eddie 5, 215 " 

Sugar. Elvis 138, 203 
Sullivan. Carolyn 187 
Sullivan. Michael 127 
Summers. Richard 203 
Summers, Wendy 127 
Summerville, La Tonya 215 
Surrena, Matthew 126, 127, 168 
Survey 54 
Sustar, Frank 188 
Sustersic, Amanda 42. 43. 44. 188 
Swanson. Jeffery 38. 188 
Sweet. Mary 42. 52. 53, 126. 203 
Swim Team. Girl's 172 
Swimming. Boy's I 70 
Swope. Joseph 1 88 
Swope. Lee 214. 215 
Swyt. John 188 

Swyt. Pamela 9. 34. 49. 52. 90. 93. 105. 1 26. 1 27. 
246 

Syroney. Jeffrey 2 1 5 

Szalay. Tascia 29. 31. 60. 188 

Szpak. Michelle 215 

Sztul. Victoria 216 



Tadiello. Keith 139. 216 
Tadiello. Louis 126. 127 
Tajgiszer. Stephen I 38. 203 
Tajgiszer. William 132. 142. 188 
Taurman. Ralph 146. 168. 203 
Taylor. Howard 38. 203 
Taylor. Jeffrey 127 
Taylor. Karl 203 




KIrti Rees, the Panther, Renata Grahovac, Tracy. Van Beneden and iCeliy Kiernz showing . ^ 
school spirit at a football game. ^ 

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Index 



Taylor. Kristin 12. 188 

Taylor. Lorie 203 

Taylor. Pamela 127 

Taylor, Robin 12, 24, 38, 42. 49. 87. 126, 127. 

167 
Tekancic. Daniel 127 
Tekieli. Michele 8, 21, 126, 127. 133. 148. 149. 

ISI 
Tekieli, Tiffany 35, 149. ISO. 216 
Templeton, Michael 131 
Tennis, Girl's 144. 145 
Terango. Amy 12. 34. 36, 49. 52. 54, 55, 56, 70, 

89, 98, 121, 126. 127, 130. 240. 246 
Terlizzi, Robert 24, 38, 216 
Terry, Taray 38, 147. 168, 188 
Testa, Deborah 127 
Theme 2, 3, 4, 5 
Thomas, Bruce 139, 216 
Thomas, Jacqueline 172, 216 
Thomas, Jason 204 
Thomas. Leila II, 12, 160, 204 
Thomas, Linda 126, 127 
Thomas, Monica 216 
Thomas. Shannon 216 
Thomas. Stanley 216 
Thomas. Tracy 24, 27, 204 
Thompson, Dexter 216 
Thompson, Johnny 216 
Thompson, Julie 216 
Thompson, Marcellus 216 
Thompson. Richard 126, 127 
Thompson, Tarnell 168, 204 
Thornton. Jeanine 49, 204 
Timm, Natalie 213, 216 
Tingley, Howard 139. 216 
Tinker. Shelly 12. 204 
Tirabassi. Anthony 204 
Tirabassi. Lisa 168. 169. 188 
Tisder. Almeda 126. 127 
Tkac, Carol 84, 106. 130 
Tobin. Sarah 188 
Tobin. Timothy 170. 171. 216 
Toboiewski, Elizabeth 51. 149 
Tokar. Faith 204 

Tomasi. Jill 35, 40, 168. 216, 217 
Tomasi. Luann 41. 126, 127, 197, 246 
Tome. Andrew I 10, 126, 131 
Tomcany, Dennis 216 
Tomic. Danny 216 
Tomsic, Matthew 216 
Tonn, Rosemarie 84 
Tonni, Renee 126. 127 
Torrelli. Christine 84 
Torzewski. Peggy 84 
Toth. Adam 83. 188 
Toth. Julie 126. 127. 188 
Toth. Michael 216 
Touschner. Craig 204 
Touschner. Philip 127 
Track. Indoor 168 
Travis, Charles 189 
Trbovich. Donald 189 
Trebec, Christine 60, 1 28 
Tressler, David 52, 106. 128. 129 
Tressler, Joseph 24, 38, 1 70, 171, 204 
Trevarthen, Todd 42, 43, 62, 86. 170, 189 
Trobenter, Jeffrey 128 
Trobenter, Laura 216 
Trocheck, Terence 128 
Troha, Michele 204 
Tucci, John 1 38. 204 
Tuckerman, Danielle 44, 61, 172, 204 
Tuckerman, Tracy 109, 128, 129, 172 
Tunes, Looney 57 
Turek, Martin 24. 38. 189 




9iirkali, Christina 121. 128. 129, 149, 152 

Turkall, Dennis 85, 156 

Turner. Renee 216. 251 

Turner. Steven 128 

Turpin. Dawn 128. 129. 172 

Turpin, Jay 216 

Tuskes. Veronica 60 



U 



Ugrinic. Kristie 35. 150. 216 

Uhlir. Todd 1 34. 1 89 

Ulle. Ronald 152. 189 

Unick. Stephanie 1 3 1 

Urban. Michelle 204 

Urbancic, Karina 128 

Urbania. Michael 216 

Urdzik. Kristen 128 

Ussai. Bernice 34, 51, 54, 65, 189 

Ussai. Daniel 1 38, 204 



Vaiencic, Christine 29, 31, 35, 216 
Valencic, Michelle 29, 34, 51, 189 
Vaiencic, Ninette 29, 31, 35. 204 
Valentine's Ball 20 
Valentine, Brian24. 25. 39, 41,42. 43. 128. 129. 

247 
Van Beneden. Tracy 8. 22. 34, 102, 114. 117, 

128. 129. 167, 187. 238. 256 
Van Dyne. Chantel 172, 204 
Van Ness, Gail 48, 189 
Vanah, Kathleen 149, 160. 204 
Vanah. Patricia 149. 189 
Vanderhoff. Thomas 204 
Varner. Amy 216 
Vasko, Robert 216 
Veedmont. Pete 204 
Vehar. Joseph 134, 168. 189, 258 



Veiez, Raymond 189 

Velkos. Haralambos 1 56. 204 

Velkos. Joseph 1 56. 204 

Venable. Phyllis 49. 131 

Vend, Michelle 126, 133, 148. 151. 158, 159. 

189 
Vetman, Michael 189 
Viglione, Dave 24 
Vihtelic, Patrick 101, 189 
Vihtelic, Steven 204 

Vincent, Thomas 24, 25. 39. 41, 52, 54. 128. 129 
Virant. Deborah 189 
Vitolo, Gerald 1 89 
Vitolo, Nicolette 128 
Vobornik, Jarrod 189 
Voll, Craig 42. 50, 204 
Volleyball, JV Freshman 150 
Volleyball, Varsity 148 

Von Benken, William 46, 56, 57, 85. 94. 97. 126 
Von Drak. Nancy 60, 85 
Vrabel, Melissa 204 
Vukovic. Christine 189 



W 



Wagner, Shannon 20, 31, 49, 93. 94, 106, 128, 

129, 247. 254 
Wagner. Virginia 128, 129 
Wagner, William 216 
Wai Napolo 61 

Wajahn, Coleen 128, 129, 144, 145, 254 
Waksmunski, Mark 128, 129. 162 
Walker. Darlene 204 
Walker. Kowana 216 
Walls. Thonda 204 
Walsh. Erin 53 

Walsh, Patrick 131, 134, 189 
Walsh, Susan 65, 204 
Walsmith, Robert 85 
Walter, Dianna 204 



Index 



257 




Walter. Laura 189 

Waltermire. Amy 22 

Waltermire. Jennifer 35, 42. 122. 204 

Waltermire. Kathleen 53. 189 

Walters. John 204 

Walton. Derek 49. 152. 153. 154. 155. 189 

Walton. Stephanie 33. 42. 204 

Walworth. Tara 216 

Walworth. Tracy 204 

Wanamaker. Thomas 12. 128 

Wandersleben. Carolyn 85 

Wandersleben. John 139. 168. 216 

Wandersleben. Megan 133. 148. 149. 151. 158. 

159. 189 
Ward. Gail 34. 128. 129 
Ward. Kenda 13! 
Ward. Korine 131 
Ward. Patrice 216 
Ward. Ta Rhonda 34. 60. 152. 189 
Wardeiner. Mark 140 
Ware. Jimmy 216 
Warman. Suzanne 61. 189 
Waschura. Maryann 204 
Washington. Nasja 204 
Washington. Robert 38 
Watral. Kimberly 73. 149. 204 



Watts, Wendy 204 

Weakland. Cathy 48, 55. 56, 184. 188. 189. 198. 

202 
Weakland. John 48. 184. 189 
Weaver. Pat 60, 85 
Weaver, Robert 189 
Webber, Michaelle 216 
Weber. Kristin 16 
Wciner. Jaime 47, 52, 204 
Welker, Jennifer 216 
Wendel, David 140. 189 
Wengerd, John 204 
Wensing, Dan 85. 126 
Werry. Kathy I 3 1 
West. Laura 49. 149. 160. 204 
West. Leon 1 3 1 
West. Teresa 216 
Westover. Peter 204 
Wheeler. David 168 
Wheeler, Jacqueline 131 
Wheeler. Sadia 60. 131 
Wheeler. Sheila 216 
Whelan. Sean 204 
Wherley. Richard 86. 162 
White. Heather 204 
White. James 24. 39, 41. 204 



White. Reginald 146, 168, 169. 189 

White, Sheila 24, 25. 38. 216 

White. Vanessa 216 

Whitehead. Shareice 13. I 30. 13! 

Whitlow. Le Shawn 49 

Whitlow. Le Trese 216 

Whitmore. Lisa 204 

Whitson. Todd 204 

Wiggins, Phillip 204 

Wilcox, Tina 204 

Wilkens, James 2. 67, 79 

Williams, Carlena 189 

Williams, Carol 86 

Williams, Fatima 216 

Williams, Michelle 205 

Williams, Neal 216 

Williams, Nicole 35, 216 

Williams, Rashawn 139. 157. 168. 216 

Williams. Raynal 13. 49, 130, 131 

Williams. Rufus 216 

Williams. Stephanie 60. 189. 216 

Williams. Tasha 205 

Williams, Troy 130. 131. 189 

Williams. Vernon 138. 205 

Wilson, Dyann 131, 259 

Wilson, Holly 216 



258 



Index 



Wilson, Khadija 189 

Wilson. Rashon 216 

Wims. Regina 24. 38. 49. 216 

Wingfield. Candy 189 

Winkleman. Bonnie 216 

Winkleman. Gale 189 

Winston. Carlos 216 

Winter Play 62 

Wirbel. Mark 205 

Wirbel. Thomas 42. 43, 50. 62. 63. 64. 68. 89. 98. 

113. 130 . 131. 132. 142. 143. 210 
Witt. Stacey 216 
Wojno, Linda 60. 1 89 
Wolenski. Lorinne ISO. 216 
Wollmershauser, Lloyd 189 
Wolowiecki, Bryan 24, 38. 39. 40. 41. 189. 262 
Wood, David 24, 38. 40. 41, 189 
Wood, Robert 189 
Wood, Traci 216 
Woodard, Steven 4, 39, 41 
Woods. Shonda 216 
Wootten, Robert 131 
Workman, Laurie 1 3 1 
Wrestling 164 
Wyckoff. Robert 216 



Yanko. Terese 60, 130, 131, 263 

Yarish. Lisa 189 

Yartz. David 1 3 1 

Yartz, Leslie 205 

Yates, Sonya 216 

Yee, Michele 47, 49. 51. 205 

Yehl. Robert 1 3 1 

Yocum. Robert 69. 75, 205 

Yoke, Robert I 3 1 

Yoon, Sang Pil 216 

York. Dick S6 

Young. Andrew 1 3 1 

Young. Lawrence 205 

Young. Michael 38. 216 

Yuhas. Teresa 14, 24. 26. 189 

Yurcich. Christine 160, 205 

Yurkovich. David 131 



Zadnik. Christine 131 
Zagore. Theresa 189 
Zahler. Alison 35. 48, 205 



Zahursky, Denise 1 3 1 

Zahursky, Theresa 46. 205 

Zanghi. Angela 35. 216 

Ziegler. Monica 205 

Zigman. Jennifer 147. 189 

Zigman. Laura 160. 205 

Zingale. Angela 139. 216 

Zingle. Denise I 31 

Zovko. Jerry 2 1 7 

Zschuppe. Barbara 49. 130. 131 

Zschuppe. Katherine 217 

Zubizarreta, Judith 86 

Zupancic. Bernetta 24. 25. 38. 46, 205 

Zupancic. Valerie 48. 189 

Zurga. Mary 217 

Zurilla. Kim 189 

Zusman. Larry 205 




Rachelle Fannin. Tracy Dunham. Shellisa Roscoe. Deadrain 
Peacock. Tish Laflora. Cassandra Richardson and Dee Wil- 
son enjoying themselves at a pep rally. 



Index 



259 




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American Field Service 


44-45 


Athletic Department Club 


47 


Basketball Cheerleaders 


30-31 


Choral Masters 


42 


Class Cabinets 


34-35 


Concert Band 


38 


Euclid Cultural Committee 


49 


Euclidian 


56-57 


Eucuyo 


55 


Fall Play 


36-37 


Flag Corps 


27 


Football Cheerleaders 


28-29 


Key Club 


46 


Library Aides 


50 


Majorettes 


26 


Marching Band 


24-25 


Media Aides 


50 


Office Aides 


51 


O.O.E.A. 


60 


Orchestra 


40 


Outdoor Club 


51 


Peer Tutors 


48 


Pep Band 


39 


Presidents Club 


49 


Senior Talent Night 


58-59 


Ski Club 


52-53 


Stage Band 


39 


Student Council 


32-33 


Survey 


54 


Symphonic Wind Ensemble 41 


Teen Institute 


48 


Varsity Chorale 


43 


Wai Napolo 


61 


Winter Play 


62-63 



260 



Activities Index 




ADVERTISING INDEX 



A Balloon Co. 


226 


Euclid High Boosters 


232 


New Beginnings Music 


230 


Alexander's Restaurant 


234 


Euclid High PTSA 


223 


Newcomb Construction Co. 


239 


April Color Lab 


231 


Euclid Ignition 


223 


Northeast Oral and Masillofacial Surgeo 


IS, In 


Back Alley Pizzeria 


242 


Euclid Jalousies, Inc. 


233 




242 


Bali Hai Restaurant 


242 


Euclid Office Supply 


242 


Pennsy Auto Parts 


227 


Bernet Miller Travel Service 


238 


Euclid Sports, Inc. 


242 


Perkins Restaurant 


225 


Browne and Co. Inc. 


236 


Euclidian Beauty College 


239 


Prince Pharmacy 


240 


Chapel Machine and Tool, Inc. 


238 


Faint's Picture Window 


242 


R and P Associates Inc. 


229 


City of Euclid 


224 


Fantastic Sam's 


233 


Raimor Studio 


220 


Comet Glass 


226 


Fatica Hardware 


239 


Richmond Restaurant 


230 


Convenient Food Mart 


238 


Fred Stecker Olds, Inc. 


225 


Rieth Auto Stores 


222 


Cook's Sew Rite 


242 


Frekelton's Restaurant 


239 


Rogers Jewelers 


221 


Craftline Upholstery 


239 


Gabriel Insurance 


229 


Russell Miller Garage 


222 


Custom Fitting 


226 


Gahr Machine Co. 


225 


Sam Carlo's Pizzeria 


236 


David C. Brickman Funeral Service 


223 


Guardian Glass 


230 


Saturday's Gallery 


235 


Dee's Deli 


242 


Harry London's Chocolatier 


242 


Setina's 


242 


Dee-Anne Ceramics 


242 


Heidi's Hair Fashions 


221 


Shipping Room Products 


233 


Delicate Beginnings 


227 


Independent Savings Bank 


234 


Shirl's Knit n' Quilt 


241 


Di Paolo's House of Beauty 


233 


Induction Brazing and Soldering 


221 


Shore Center Barber and Style 


229 


Dick Zemo Pontiac 


238 


J.P.'s Hair Styling 


230 


Sims Brothers Buick. Inc. 


241 


Dr. Allan A. Rolfe 


242 


Jay Dee Cleaners 


230 


Sun Newspapers 


240 


Dr. Elwood Sawitke 


242 


John's Fun House 


231 


The Hair Wave 


230 


Dr. Harold Thomas D.O. 


240 


Kipling Jewelers of Euclid 


225 


The Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 


237 


Dr. R. M. Baldwin 


242 


Kollander World Travel 


225 


Vlasta's Art Gallery 


229 


Dr. Thomas Giegerich. D.M.D., M.S., 


Inc. 222 


Luikart Insurance 


221 


Wilke Hardware 


242 


EHS Student Council 


228 


Marche n' haab Hair Salon 


222 






Euclid Bike Company 


226 


Mario's Flowers, Inc. 


221 






Euclid Blue Print and Supply. Inc. 


223 


Music Emporium 


231 






Euclid Floral Center 


222 


Nationwide Driving School 


231 






Euclid Foreign Motors, Inc. 


241 


Network Video 


226 










Advertising Index 









261 



Closing 




Only two hours and thirty-four minutes 'til the end of 
the day. 



Bryan Wolowiecki can testify that life at Euclid does strange things to a person. 



262 



Closing 











Jeff Grigsby shows Shawn Kobus just how tall he really is. 



Closing 



263 



COLOPHON THANK YO 



730 copies of the 1987 Euclidian 
were printed by the Jostens Printing 
S Publishing Division at State Col- 
lege, Pennsylvania. The book is 
printed on Gloss 191 Paper Stock 
and includes eight pages of natural 
color and eight pages of spot color. 
Lydian Bold type is used throughout 
the book, with body copy set in ten 
point size and caption copy set in 
eight point size. The cover design 
and artwork was done by senior 
Debbie Testa. The final deadline to 
insure on-time delivery of the book 
was February 23. 1987. 



Credit must be given where credit 
is due to all the "behind the scenes" 
people whose efforts resulted in the 
3Sth volume of the Euclid ian. First 
and foremost thanks go to Advisors, 
Mr. Von Benken and Miss Black for 
their invaluable hours, days and 
months of hark work and fine lead- 
ership. Others involved who should 
be thanked include: Mr. Perez for his 
help in organizing the club pictures, 
Raimor's Studios for their processing 
and printing photographs, Jostens 
yearbook company for "putting it all 
together", the fine amateur writers 
and photographers that walk the 
halls of Euclid (disguised as stu- 
dents), the leaders of our school, 
and last but not least, the entire stu- 
dent body of Euclid High School 
without which this book could not 



GOOD 
LUCK! 



With all the diverse interests an^ 
personalities of the student body of 
Euclid High School, the i9S7 Euclid- 
ian goal was to depict each one of 
these individuals as best it could. In 
each one of their activities, whether 
it was sports, clubs or academics, the 
Euclidian attempted to capture mo- 
ments from the memorable high 
school years- a time of great 
changes. The Euclidian apologizes 
for any speling airers and any other 
mistakes which may have occurred 
on its pages. In addition, it wishes 
good luck to next year's staff who 
will bring a new outlook on life at 
Euclid High School. 



EDITORS 

EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Janet Sterbank 
SENIOR EDITOR 

Tanya Lomac 

LAYOUT EDITOR 

Matthew Ballish 

CO-UNDERCLASS EDITORS 

Michael Belts 

Helen Chen 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 

Matthew Ballish 

STUDENT LIFE EDITOR 

Claudia Cummings 

COPY EDITOR 

Stefanie Sper 

BUSINESS EDITOR 

Janet Sterbank 

ACTIVITIES EDITOR 

Sonja Reno 

SPORTS EDITOR 

Mark Smith 

ADVISORS 

Mr. William VonBenken 

Miss Katy Black 









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KIMBERLYBENEDUM*ANTHONYBERZINSKAS*LISABETTS*KIMBERLYBEUCK*KELLYBEZDEK 

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BUJNOCKI * ROBERT BUKOVAC * RICK DAKDOUK * KELLI DALESSIO * 

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GEORGEANN SCHILLING * CYNTHIA 
SCHULTZ • NANCY SCHULZ * ROBERT 
SCHWENNER • RICHARD SEGINES * 
DAVID SEGULIN * DAWN SERGENT * 
JOHN SHIPPITKA * JENNIFER SHUSKY 
* BRIAN SIM * CHORKCHAI 
SIMAKAJORNBOON * MONICA 

SIMMONS * AMY SKILJAN * JEFF 
SLATTERY • JEFFREY SMITH • 
KIMBERLY SMITH * MARK SMITH * 
ROBERT SMITH * DIANE SMRDEL • 
JOSEPH SOPKO • MITCHELL SOTKA * 
STEFANIESPER*TODDSPRINGBORN* 
ROBERT SRRNOVRSNIK * LYNN STATZ 
* DAVID STEEVES * STEPHEN STEGH * 
CAROL STENNIS * JANET STERBANK * 
TRACY STONE * BRIAN STOWDER * 
MELISSA STUPER * KAREN STUPICA * 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN * WENDY 
SUMMERS * MATTHEW SURRENA * 
PAMELA SWYT * LOUIS TADIELLO * 
JEFFREY TAYLOR * PAMEIA TAYLOR * 
ROBIN TAYLOR * DANIEL TEKANCIC * 
MICHELE TEKIELI * MICHAEL 
TEMPLETON * AMY TERANGO * 
DEBORAH TESTA * LINDA THOMAS * 
RICHARD THOMPSON * ALMEDA 
TISDER * LUANN TOMASI * ANDREW 
TOMC * RENEE TONNI * JULIE TOTH * 
PHILIP TOUSCHNER * CHRISTINE 
TREBEC * DAVID TRESSLER * JEFFREY 
TROBENTER * TERENCE TROCHECK * 
TRACY TUCKERMAN * CHRISTINA 
TURKALL * STEVEN TURNER * DAWN 
TURPIN * STEPHANIE UNICK * KARINA 
URBANCIC * KRISTEN URDZIK * BRIAN 
VALENTINE * TRACY VAN BENEDEN * 
PHYLLIS VENABLE * THOMAS VINCENT 
* NICOLETTE VITOLO * SHANNON 
WAGNER * VIRGINIA WAGNER * COLEEN WAJAHN * 
MARK WAKSMUNSKI * PATRICK WALSH * THOMAS 
WANAMAKER * GAIL WARD * KENDA WARD * KORINE 
WARD * KATHY WERRY * LEON WEST JR * JACQUELINE 
WHEELER *SADIA WHEELER *SHAREICE WHITEHEAD* 
RAYNAL WILLIAMS * TROY WILLIAMS * DYANN WILSON 

* THOMAS WIRBEL * ROBERT WOOTTEN * LAURIE 
WORKMAN * TERESE YANKO * DAVID YARTZ * ROBERT 
YEHL * ROBERT YOKE * ANDREW YOUNG * DAVID 
YURKOVICH*CHRISTINEZADNIK*DENISEZAHURSKY 

* DENISE ZINGLE * BARBARA ZSCHUPPE * DIETER 
ABELE * CARLETTA ADAMS * LEONARD ADAMS * MARK