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STEVEN ADAMS •THOMAS ADAMS •TAWFIGAKHIR* SEAN 

ALLEN* SHARON ANGLEN»FERANDOALIAZAR« SUZANNE 

AMATO* LISA ANDERSON •MARLENEAPANAITES»LAURAAQUILA» 

PHILIP ARNOLD* FRANK ASBURY« KRISTIN ATTWOOD* THOMAS AUSTIN* 

LISA BABER* JENNIFER BAER* ANGELA BAILEY 'JOE BAKER *MILIOBAKICH* 

BARBARA BANACH* ANDRE BANKS* MICHAEL BARNES* CHRISTOPHER BARSTOW* 

CAROLYN BARTH*MARKOBARTULOVIC* RONALD BARWIDI*WALI BELL* TROY BERGER* 

JASON BERNSTEIN* MICHAEL BETTS* CYNTHIA BEUCK* SHARON BEUTLER* ALFRED BIELSKIS* 

SARAH BIERER*VICHELLEBILLINGSLEY* CHAN DRABILLUPS* GEORGE BISKUP*ROSLIND 

BLACKMON* MARK BLANC *S MICHAEL BLASIUS*KENYONBONCELA* THOMAS BORNEMANN*REGINA 

BOYD • JAMES BRAI Die* CAROLYN BRANDICH*KIRBY BROWN* KELLY BURDOCK* PAULINE BURKE* 

ROBERT BURROWS* CRAIG BUSH* SHARON BUTLER *KATHYCAIN* CINDY CANTINI 'TODD CAPUOZZO* 

PETERCAPUTO* KATHLEEN CARIC* CRUZ * CHRISTOPHER CUM MINGS * 

LI SACARR*CHARLENE CARTER* CARLACURTIS • ANGREJ CUTURIC * 

PATRICKCATER*STEPHENCESAR* MICHELLE CUTWRIGHT • DAMIR 

THERESACHAMPA*MICHAELCHEBO* CVITKOVIC * WILLIE DANIEL JR * 

HELEN CHEN * CATHERINE MICHELLE DATTILO • BRIAN DAUER* 

CHIANCONE*MARLENECHINCHAR* JENNIFER DAVIS * MATTHEW DAVIS* 

LAURIE CHRISTOPHER * JOHN TRACY DAVIS * CATHERINE DAY * 

CIARLILLO* DIANE CICKAVAGE* ANNA TRYCENNIA DEAN 'PAUL DEFILIPPO* 

CI Rl NO* DAVID CLARK* TERENCE AMYDEHNER*CHRISTADEISTER*LEO 

CLARK* JOHN COLBERT* BRIDGETTE DEJAK * STEVIE DE JONG * STEVEN 

COLEMON*JAMESCOLEMAN*KEVIN DEKLEVA * KIMBERLY DEMBEK * 

COLLINS*KIMCOLQUITT*ROBERT GREGG DENNIS * MARIA DENT • 

COM ENSCH EK* MARK COM ERJR* DANIELLE DESICO*GINADIADDARIO* 

RANADACOOPER*TIMOTHYCOOPER DANIEL Dl BARTOLOMEO * HEIDI 

* CATHERINE COPELAND* KIMBERLY DICKEY * TRACY DICKSON • SCOTT Dl 
CORBIN * KATHLEEN CORRIGAN * FRANCO* LUCRETIADILLARD*MARY 
CARMELLA CORNELIUS * DANIEL DISANTIS*CHRISTIAN DIXON*CELINE 
CREWS * JAM ESCUDO* MADELEINE DOJWA*MARKDONNETT*LISADRAGE 

* DANIEL DRASLER*STACYDUCHON* MARY DUGANDZIC* SCOTT DUKE* JOHN DUNCAN *TRACYDUNHAM 

* MARK DUNM I RE* ANTON DUSHAJ* DAN IELDUVALL*STEPH EN EICH HORN* RICHARD ERWIN* 

KIRSTINESCH* JOHN EVANS* MARGARET FAIR*ANTONIA FANNIN *TYANNA FARMER* 

CHRISTINA FASICK* SCOTT FAULISI* CHRISTY FAZIO* CHRISTOPHER FETKOVICH* JULIE 

FISCHER *CHRISTINEFOTH* DANIEL FRANCETIC* DANIEL FRANK* ANTHONY 

FRANKOS* JAMES FREDRICKSON*SHARIFOHRMAN* DAWN GAINER* KENNETH 
GAMBATESE* MICHAEL GASIEWSKI* KIM GAST*MARIEGELO*LEROYGILBERT* 
DANELLEGILDONE* TYRONE GILHAM* LENA GILLIAM* SHANNON GILMORE* JOSEPH 
GOERNDT*CHRISTINEGOODE*MICHAELGRAFFIUS*NICKGRUBACH*KELLYGRAHEK* JULIE 
GROVES* MONICA GUARNIERI*DOMENICGUBITOSI* MICHAEL GUILFOYLE* ANTHONY GUTTU* 
JOHN HACKATHORN * JOHN HADA* GESSE HAFFEY* STRACY HAMILTON * DONALD HAMM * DANIEL 
HANSEN*TIMOTHYHANSEN*BRUCE TANYA HUTCHINS * DANUTE 

HARDMAN* RICHARD HARPS* MARIE JAKUBASKAS* FRANK JAN KOWSKI* 

HARRISON *ANTONE HARTMAN • JOSEPH JANKOWSKI * HUGO 

CHRISTOPHER HASTY * KRISTIN JARAMILLO* VICTORIAJAWORSKY* 

HEFERNAN • LISA HEIMBERGER * MARK JELENIC* ALFRED JOHNSON • 

DANIEL HEIMSOTH * GREGORY JENNIFER JONES* WILLIAM JONES* 

HENDERSON*TIFFANYHENDERSON* MLADEN JUNKOVIC * GREGORY 

JEANETTEHENRY*JOHNHERBST* J U RATIO * BARBARA JURKOVIC • 

AMY HICKOK * ERICKA HICKS * ANJANETTE KACPERSKI * DAFNE 

MONIQUEHICKS*KRISTENHIGGINS* KADRAS * JOHN KALE * WILLIAM 

DONALDHILL*LEIGHHILL*RONALD KARABINUS * MICHAEL KELLRES • 

HINTON JR * THOMAS HOINSKI* MARCUS KELLY * TYRUS KELLY* 

JASON HOLLAND * MICHAEL JAMES KING * LISA KIRCHNER * 

HOLLOMAN*JONHOLMES*AISHAH MICHAEL KITCHEN * CYNTHIA 

HOPE*MATTHEWHOPKINS*LISA KLECKNER * DIANA KOMAN * 

HRADEK* KRISTINE HREN * JOHN KIMBERLYKONRAD*PETERKOSTAN* 

HRIBAR*FRANCISHUBER*BRIAN MAX KOZLOWSKI * MICHELLE KRANCE 

HUGHES * BILLIJO HUMPHRIES * * KRISTINE KUBACH * WILLIAM KUNES 

* KATHLEEN KUSHMA • CHRISTINELAH* BRIDGETTE LANG* RYAN LAWSON* JAMES LEAMON* CRAIG 
LEINWEBER* MICHAEL LAQUYEA* KEVIN LIMBERT* COURTNEY LIMERICK *SUZANELISAC* LARA LOMAC* 
RODNEY LOMAX *DANI EL LOMBARDO* MELISSA LONG *LAURALONGSTRETH* AARON LOVING* KIM 

LUIKART* KENNETH LUX* DANIEL LUZNYCHRISTOPHER MACK* KEVIN MALANEY* STAGEY MALLORY 
•ANNMARIEMARCIANTE*CHRISTOPHERMARCIC* ELENA MARIA* STACY MARRON*TORAN 
MARSHALL* HEIDI MARTIN* JASON MARTIN* DOUGLAS MATIASKA*CANDACEMAUCERI* 
KRISTI N EMAURER*DENN IS MAXEY* ELAINE MAXWELL* J FAN MAYERHOFFER* 
MICHAEL MAYLE*MATHIAS MAZZEI* THOMAS MCCONNELL* TIFFONY MCCOY- 
WILLIAM MC GUINNESS* JOHN MCKAY * ROBERT MCMANUS*GUNHILD 
MEANEY* JOSEPH MEDVED* VICTORIA* MEDVED* DOUGLAS MEHLS* 
CH RISTIAN MIH ELI* DANIEL Ml HELI* DIANE MILLER* JOHN 
MILLER* MARY MILLER *M TONY MILLINE*DALMACIO 



MIRANDA • JAMES MIXON • DAVID MOCNY • PAM 
MONTGOMERY • GERALD MOORE • SANDRA MOORE • MARK 
MOREK • HEEATHER MORRRISON • DON MOSES • LOR! MOSES • 
KRISHNA MOTIEJUNAS • CHRISTINE MUCCINO • DENISE MURPHY • DAVID 
NAGY • ERIC NEBE • JULIE NOBLE • MICHAEL NOVAK • JOE NUGENT • ROBERT 
NYKIEL • CHRISTINE OBOCZKY • CYNTHIA BRIEN • MICHELLE FLYNN • ARON 
OHANESSIAN»GARYOLBRYSH»CURTISONEALII»JENNIFERONEILL« ELIZABETH OROZ» 
VADA OWENS • DE ANN PARKER • RONALD PARMERTOR • KATALIN PAROSKA • DINA PASQUALE • 
CHIRAC PATEL • ERIC PATTERSON • ANTHONY PAVIC • DARREN PEKAR • DANIEL PENNY • BETH 
PERDAN • BARB PERKO • CHRISTOPHER PERRY • RASHAWN PERRY 'IRENE PETERS • LINDA PETERSON • 
BRENDA PETHO • ED PETRICK • JERRY PETROWSKI • GREGORY PETRUCCELLI • CARMEN PETTI • SCOTT 
PINTA • MICHAEL PIOTROWSKI • VERONICA PISCOPO • BRENT POCKAR • LAURA PONSART • CHERYL 
PORTER "EDWIN POWERS •MATTHEW SCHAFER • CYNTHIA SCHEIMANN • 

PRESTON • VINCENT POROCZKY • JOSEPH SCHIAVONI • DENISE 

MARINA QUINN • SEAN QUINN • SCHMELTZER* MALCOLM SCHEINDER 

WILLLIAMRABBITTS* NORA RACE ERIC • KRISTIN SCHOEN • TINA SCHOEN • 

RAMSEY • NAJLA RASHID • KAREN TRACY SCOLARO • LEONARD SCOTT • 

REED • RICKY RENNER • ERICA DAWN SEGINES • JAMES SEGULIN • 

RICHARDS • VINCENT RIHA • RITA BRIAN SHEEHAN • MARIE SHERIDAN • 

ROACH • RICHARDS ROBERTS • RENEESHIMKO* JOHNSHIVAK* JOHN 

DOMENIC ROCCO • SHAWN ROCHE • SHUSKY* MARIJANASIMICEVIC-TINA 

SANDY ROEDER • ROBERT ROETHEL • SIMONE • JAMES SIMS • RYAN SINK • 

CALVIN ROGERS • LAURA ROLL • KRISTINASIUPINYS* RICHARD SKORA 

HEATHER ROWE • EDWARD RYANS • • RONALD SLOGAR • ANDRE SMITH • 

DOMINIC RYMARCZYK • THOMAS KELLEY SMITH • STEPHEN SMITH • 

SABOL • DAVID SARGENT • MICHELLE GINA SNEPERGER • JOSEPH 

SARI • JEANETTE SAS • DWAYNE SOLNOSKY • MICHAEL SOLNOSKY • 

SATTLER* JOSEPH SAUER'MICHELE SCOTT SOOS • JILL SOPKO • 

SAVOLAINEN • MATTHEW SAWYER • DUBRAVKA SOPREK • CURTIS 

MICHAEL SCARNEINCH • BETH SPENCER • MICHELLE SPENCER • 

MITCHELL SPENCER • NATASHA SPENCER • REBECCA SPERNER • KEITH SPEROFF • AMY STANKIVICZ • 
JAMES STEPHENS • JAMES STIPKOVICH • JASON STRAUB • RICHARD STRINGER • VALENCIA STROWDER • 
ELVIS SUGAR • RICHARD SUMMERS • PAUL SWANSON • SANDY SWANSON • MARY SWEET • STEPHEN 
TAJGISZER«RALPHTAURMAN«HOWARDTAYLOR»KARLTAYLOR»KRISTINTAYLOR»LEILATHOMAS 
• TRACY THOMAS • TARNELL THOMPSON • SHELLY TINKER • ANTHONY TIRABASSI • ELIZABETH 
TOBOLEWSKI • GRAIG TOUSCHNER • JOSEPH TRESSLER • MICHELE TROHA • JOHN TUCCI • 
DANIELLE TUCKERMAN • CHEREE TURNER • DE ANGELO TURNER • SUNNY U • MICHELLE 
URBAN • GILBERTO URENA • KATHIA URENA • BERNICE USSAI • DANIEL USSAI • NINETTE 
VALENCIC • KATICA VALENTIC • KATHLEEN VANAH • THOMAS VANDERHOFF JR • 
CHANTEL VAN DYNE • PETER VEEDMONT«HARALAMBOSVELKOS« JOSEPH VELKOS* 
CRAIG VOLL • MELISSA VRABEL • RHONDA WALLS 'ERIN WALSH • SUSAN WALSH • 

DIANNA WALTER • JENNIFER 

WALTERMIRE • STEPHANIE WALTON • 

TRACY WALWORTH • MARYANN 

WASCHURA • NASJA WASHINGTON • 

KIMBERLY WATRAL • JOE WEISS • 

ANGLEN • FERANDO ALIAZAR • AINSLEY WELLER • JOHN WENGERD • 

SUZANNE AMATO • LISA ANDERSON • PETER WESTOVER • SEAN WHELAN • 

MARLENEAPANAITES* LAURA AQUILA LISA WHITMORE • ANTHONY 

• PHILIP ARNOLD • FRANK ASBURY • WICKWARE • LISA WILLIAMS • TASHA 

KRISTIN ATTWOOD»THOMASAUSTIN» WILLIAMS • MARK WIRBEL • LESLIE 

USABABER»JENNIFERBAER«ANGELA YARTZ • MICHELE YEE • JESSICA 

BAILEY "JOE BAKER •MILIOBAKICH* YOONG • LAWRENCE YOUNG • 

BARBARA BANACH • ANDRE BANKS • CHRISTINE YURCICH 'ALISON ZAHLER 

MICHAEL BARNES • CHRISTOPHER • THERESA ZAHURSKY • MONICA 

BARSTOW • CAROLYN BARTH • MARKO ZIEGLER • LAURA ZIGMAN • BERNETTA 

BARTULOVIC • RONALD BARWIDI • ZUPANCIC* LARRY ZUSMAN • STEVEN 

WALI BELL • TROY BERGER • JASON ADAMS • THOMAS ADAMS • TAWFIG 

BERNSTEIN • MICHAEL BETTS • AKHIR • SEAN ALLEN • SHARON 

CYNTHIA BEUCK • SHARON BEUTLER • ALFRED BIELSKIS • SARAH BIERER • VICHELLE BILLINGSLEY • 

CHANDRA BILLUPS • GEORGE BISKUP • ROSLIND BLACKMON • MARK BLANC • S MICHAEL BLASIUS • 

KENYON BONCELA • THOMAS BORNEMANN • REGINA BOYD • JAMES BRAIDIC • CAROLYN BRANDICH • 

KIRBY BROWN • KELLY BURDOCK • PAULINE BURKE • ROBERT BURROWS • CRAIG BUSH • SHARON 

BUTLER* KATHYCAIN* CINDY CANTINI»TODDCAPUOZZO»PETERCAPUTO» KATHLEEN CARIC • 

LISA CARR«CHARLENECARTER» PATRICK CATER* STEPHEN CESAR»THERESACHAMPA» 

MICHAEL CHEBO • HELEN CHEN • CATHERINE CHIANCONE • MARLENE CHINCHAR • 

LAURIE CHRISTOPHER • JOHN CIARLILLO • DIANE CICKAVAGE • ANNA CIRINO • 

DAVIDCLARK»TERENCECLARK»JOHNCOLBERT»BRIDGETTECOLEMON» 

JAMES COLEMAN • KEVIN COLLINS • KIM COLQUITT • ROBERT 

COMENSCHEK* MARK COMER JR'RANADA COOPER 'TIMOTHY 

COOPER • CATHERINE COPELAND • KIMBERLY CORBIN • 



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To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living, life so dear. 

gOur hearts fill with gratitude 

I For all that is to be; 

{ Alma Mater Euclid High School 

\ All our praise we sing to thee. 

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Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 

here all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear, 
And storms of life draw nigh, 

he memories of our friendships here! 



HWill lift our hearts to Euclid High. 



£UCHDIAH 

SURVIVING THE CUTBACKS 

Euclid High Sctiooi 
711 East 222nd Street 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Volume 40 



"Survival Of The Fittest 

Euclid adjusts during trying times 



he year 1988 was one full 
of hurt and suffering for 
the Euclid School Board. 
Financial problems sent our be- 
loved system running for cover 
to avoid the bullet of cutbacks. 
Unfortunately, the revolver of 
debt eventually hit its target. 
The failure of the levies caused a 
decline in Euclid's educational 
system and made for many 
reductions. 

The important fact remains 
that the system kept moving 
right along. Although athletes 
were expected to come up with a 
sixty dollar fee, and the student 
body had to pay ten dollars for 
general activities, this did not 
dampen the spirit of Euclid. In 
addition, a few of the course of- 




iThe Majorettes and Flag Corps members have to pay for activities 





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Dan Ussai, Robert Smith, Rick Erwin and the 
football team benefited from "pay to play". 



ferings were dropped. The long 
remembered planetarium sysy- 
tem and industrial arts are no 
more. 

The losses were unavoidable 
and inevitable, but our schools 
learned to adjust. The staff took 
some hard hits, as did the quali- 
ty of the system. These Cutbacks 
turned our excellent education 
into an average one. The fate of 
the Euclid school system de- 
pends on the passage of a levy 
submitted to the voters in the 
election of November 1988. 
However, through all the reduc- 
tion phases Euclid has learned to 
roll with the changes. 

-Bill Castrovince 
-Julie Groves 



The cutbacks will result in a school that is no longer 
what it once was. 



Theme 





Despite cutbacks, the fans were treated to an exciting football season. 



Cutbacks will hinder abilities to be the power house of the G.C.C. 




Winning is a tradition at Euclid. 



Despite cutbacks, Euclid still provides students with an excellent 
education. 




The athletic tradition at Euclid is strong. 



Theme 






Student Life Divider 



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Student Life Divider 



students Living It Up 

Activities let students lead broader lives 



The students at Euclid High 
School had many things that 
they liked to do when they 
wern't in school. Steve Tajgiszer liked 
to lift weights, Gunny Meaney liked 
to work out, and Curtis Spencer liked 
to speak Spanish with his friend Pa- 
tricia Maria. Holly Pirsig liked to go 
to concerts and had a great time when 
she went to see George Michael. Jon 
Holmes enjoyed building bikes and 
going on biking tours. 

Sometimes, though, it wasn't so 
easy to find the time to do what they 
liked to do, because there was a lot 
that had to be done in addition to 
school. There was always homework, 
drivers ed, filling out forms and appli- 
cations to get ready for college, and 
trying to explain to parents why they 
were so busy. Somehow, through all 
of that, they managed to keep up with 
their friendships and go to practice for 
football or swimming and the meet- 
ings for clubs. All in all, high school 
students were pretty incredible 
people! 

-Katie Roach 





The student's environment changes when they enter Euclid High School 




Students enjoying themselves at a Euclid dance. 



Aids and players during a game 



Student Life 




Liz Mazzei looks surprised as she loses her ball in the marching 
band. 



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Home Away from Home 

Creativity stiows in loclier decorations 



They're usually taken for 
granted, but some refered 
to them as being 'a home 
away from home'. Most students 
felt as long as they're going to be 
there, they would try to enjoy 
some part of it. Lockers gave stu- 
dents the chance to express 
themselves personally. 

Most decorated their lockers 
with pictures of men or women, 
pets, rock groups, family or 
friends, or even installed extra 
shelves to fit more books. 

No locker was complete if it 
didn't have a mirror. This was 
very important, expecially for 
those who had to admire them- 
selves between classes. 

Lockers tended to become an- 
noying after awhile. They either 
wouldn't close or wouldn't open, 
which led to much frustration 
among students, or a great ex- 
cuse if you were late for class. 

In general, lockers wern't just 
those ugly green or brown met- 
al, coffin-like boxes for holding 
books. It was what you made of 
them that made the difference. 
-Michael Betts 





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Heidi Martin shows off her locker. 



Jennifer Price, Erin Fox and Michelle Mincek 
combined in their decorating efforts. 




What's in your locker Sean Allen? 



Laura Taylor looks as if she enjoys her locker. 



Lockers 








Who's your interior decorator? 




Shelley Tobias and Vinnie Woods show 
how to use shelves. 



Tina Simone and Kristi Attwood use 
balloons in their decorations. 



Julie Groves shows off her 'hunks'. 
Lockers 




Come Sail Away 

Homecoming weekend sailed smoothly along 



The Euclid High School 
Homecoming festivities 
began at 7:00 pm on Oc- 
tober 8, 1988 with the introduc- 
tion of the year's candidates for 
Queen and attendants. After the 
introduction Student Council 
members released hundreds of 
blue and gold helium filled bal- 
loons and the football game 
began. 

The Euclid Panthers showed 
their awesome talent and pride 
against Mayfield High School. 
They scored the first time they 
had the ball (and almost every 
time after that) as they went on 
to record a 58-0 victory. Robert 
Smith ran for four touchdowns 
and Terry Roscoe blocked a punt 
in the end zone for a safety. As 
usual for the season, the first 
team sat out most of the second 
half. It only rained a little during 
the game and did not dampen 
the Homecoming Queen festivi- 
ties during halftime. The game 
provided a perfect beginning for 
the 1988 Homecoming weekend. 
The sophomore attendant was 
Stacie Yuhas, and the junior at- 
tendant was Sarah Granito. The 
second runner-up for Queen was 
Valencia Strowder, the first run- 
ner-up was Barbie Jurkovic and 
the 1988 Homecoming Queen 
was Vicki Medved. 

The 1988 Homecoming game 
was truly one to remember since 
it was the first one in three years 
in which the homecoming fans 
did not have to seek shelter un- 
derneath the stands or their um- 
brellas from torrential rains. The 
evening began with a series of 
festivities and concluded with a 
football victory and fireworks. 
In a victorious and spirited 
mood the Euclid Panthers went 
on to enjoy a weekend filled 
with Homecoming festivities. 

-Kristine Hren 

The Majorettes and Marching Band provided 
entertainment during half time. 




Carla Matiaska, Jessica Kovac, Shawn Orazen, Coleen Bradach and Heather Kristoff showing lots 
of smiles at the dance. 




Maureen De Jonge, Steve Burke, Vicky Fumich and Lisa Riedel seem to be enjoying themselves. 




Homecoming 




Bill Castrovince, Carla Matiaska, Rick Baca, Kay Corrigan and Catinna 
Brewington 



Michelle Newcomb, Mike O'Connell, Toni Chiudioni, Pete Kostan, Becky 
Reid and Jack Nemecek. 



Brandon Cheraso and date danc- 
ing to some slow songs. 




Robert Smith, Angela Perry, Marie Rogers and Terry Roscoe 
;uarding the refreshments. 



Homecoming 



A Perfect Homecoming Weekend 




Above: The score indicated how 'close' the game was. Below: The players 
were ready for Mayfield. 



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The decorations were superb, as usual. 




Queen Vicky Medved and Mark Morek dur- 
ing the Queen's dance. 



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Boarding passes to the 
"U.S.S. Euclidian." What 
memory do anchors, hfe 
preservers, and portals bring to 
mind? "Come Sail Away" — 
Homecoming 1988. On October 
8, student council went to work 
creating the perfect atmospere of 
a cruise ship docked in the port 
of a tropical island. Life preserv- 
ers lined the walls, beautifully 
colored balloons magnetized to 
the ceilings, and rippling crepe 
paper fell to the floors, all of 
which created a dazzling night at 
sea. That night Vicky Medved 
was crowned Queen, with senior 
attendants. Barbie Jurkovic and 
Valencia Strowder; junior atten- 
dant, Sarah Granito and soph- 
more attendant, Stacie Yuhas. 
Although not everyone could be 
crowned Homecoming Queen 
and her court, undoubtedly a 
spectacular evening was shared 
by all. -Jennifer Mason 



Rick Erwin rolling out to pass. 
Homecoming 



Lots Of Activities Going On 




Queen and her court Stacie Yuhas, Valencia Strowder, Vicky Medved, 
Barbie Jurkovic and Sarah Granito. 



New members of Euclid's Hall of Fame were inducted. 




The organizer of the festivities, Sandi Bambic. 



Talk about wild hairdoos. 



Tyrone Gilham going out for a pass. 



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The Homecoming candidates and their parents before the game. 



Homecoming 



High Expectations 

Cutbacks have not dampened school spirit 




Spirit 





Tiffany Tekieli shows off her interior decorating. 



Chantel Van Dyne, Marlene Chinchar, Tina Schoen, Kristi Attwood, Erin Walsh and Tina 
Simonc look ready to party at a dance. 



Spirit 



So Smart and Sassy 

Euclid students are the height of hip 



1980 Clogs, plaid polyester 
shirts and tight Levi's cords. It's 
a good thing times have changed 
since then! 

1985 The preppy look a little 
better! Oxfords, crew neck 
sweaters and plaid skirts and 
pants. 

1988 Mini skirts, baggies, 
crop shirts and acid wash every- 
thing! From toddlers to the aged, 
punks to prep, we all were wear- 
ing acid washed clothes.Acces- 
sories were also big those days. 
Colorful scarves were used for 
all purposes. Some used them 
for belts, a head piece, or just a 
plain old scarf around the neck. 
Also matching earrings, rings 
and bracelets were big. All of 
this jazzed up the basic colors 
that were in. 

Those were the trends, this is 
what's happenin! Although 
some of them dared to be 
different. 

-Bets' Tobolewski 




Kirby Brown captured with his jean jacket, turtle neck, and 
skim milk. 




College sweats were popular as Tracy Presti 
gomo shows. 



Sue Walsh and Kristin Schoen know originality rules. 



Fad & Fashion 



After School Hours 

Euclid students balance work and more work 




"Mr. Bossman 
.ork. 



Mary Miller and Michelle Plevelich counting 
the profits. 



Damir Cvitkovic and his tennis shoes 



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oing to work after school 
could be either a relief or a 
nightmare for Euclid students 
who had the pleasure of this auspi- 
cious duty. Seeing your fellow em- 
ployees was a sort of salvation when 
compared to your depressing day at 
school. On the other hand, your tardy 
law enforcing first period teacher 
seemed like Robin Hood compared to 
your agitated boss on an even worse 
day. Jobs gave a student a sense of 
responsibility and pride in spending 
their hard earned dollar. They also 
prepared you for future employment 
while aleviating home boredom. 
There were different types of jobs to 
satisfy different types of interests. A 
majority of students could be seen 
slaving away at either the Mall, 
Dave's Supermarket, Bernie Shul- 
man's, or various other stores in Shore 
Center. We salute the students who 
were able to juggle school work and a 
job. It's not easy, but some have fun 
doing it. -Bill Castrovince 



Bill Karabinus takes a breather at Koenigs. 




Michelle Cutwright is suitable to work and 
Diamonds. 



Student's Jobs 



Fright Night 

Halloween gives students a chance to show off 



Trick or Treat" for the students 
of Euclid came on a Monday. 
As the morning began stu- 
dents came pouring in dressed in cos- 
tumes ranging from the sweet and in- 
nocent such as a baby to the 
outrageous salon girls of the old west. 
What did these courageous students 
have in common ? They were having 
fun. 

As the day ended and the bewitch- 
ing hour of midnight came closer, the 
mem.bers of Student Council came 
dressed to help the little monsters and 
angels of Euclid have fun yet a safe 
Halloween. 

-Helen Chen 






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Heidi Martin and 
Vernard Adams, the 
old and the new. 



Erica Richards, Julie Groves, 
Sally Bierer, Mike Belts, Betsy 
Tobolewski, Matt Hopkins 
and Mr.Von Benken showing 
their style. 



Halloween 





Erica Richards really an old witch? 
)U be the judge. 





Dressing up for dinner. 




From ancient Egypt to the poodle 
skirts of the 50's. 



^athy Kushma asks, 
"What's green and doesn't 
melt in your mouth?" 




Best of friends- swordsman, Jim Se- 
gulin, and an Indian, Brian Ashman 




Halloween 





Hearts And Masks 

Masquerade is theme for Valentine's ball 



The 1989 winter formal dance 
fell on February 11, a little 
short of Valentine's day but 
not short of high spirits and great 
times. The E-room had been changed 
earlier in the afternoon from the ev- 
eryday scene to a total pink and red 
valentine look. Balloons floated in the 
ball room and party masks adorned 
the walls. It was the typical superb 
decorations that are expected from 
Student Council. 

The evening began with dancing 
and refreshments and many smiling 
faces that lasted all night long. 
Around ten o'clock the announce- 
ments of the 1989 Valentine Ball King 
and Queen were made by Student 
Council president Mary Sweet. The 
Second Queen attendant was Kathy 
Kushma, Carmen Petti and Tracy Sco- 
laro were tied for First Queen atten- 
dant and Danielle DeSico was Queen. 
The Third King attendant was Matt 
Davis, the Second King attendant was 
Jay Tucci, the First King attendant 
was Tony Dushaj, and the King was 
Tawfiq Akhir. After they were 
crowned, the traditional court dance 
was occurred. The remaining part of 
the dance was devoted to talking with 
friends, catching a few extra pictures, 
and having a really exciting night. Ev- 
eryone seemed to enjoy themselves 
and had a fun time. The memories 
will live in the years to come. 

-Kathy Kushma 



David Radachy, Holly Pirsig, 
organizer of everything Sandi 
Bambic and Robin Hunt. 




Checking in at the beginning of an enjoyable evening. 




Valencia Strowder and Willi< 
Warner looking for a fun time 

Valentine's Ball 




Second and fust queen runner-up attendants, Kathy 
Kushma and Tracy Scolaro. 



Queen and King Danielle DeSico and Tawfiq 
Akhir, 




First, second and third 
king runner-up atten- 
dants, Tony Dushaj, 
Jay Tucci and Matt 
Davis. 




Darryl East and India Ford enjoy- 
ing themselves. 




Being a majorette is an activity for some students. 




Euclid High School offered a variety of different activities to 
choose from. The wide range of possibilities enabled every student 
to find at least one spot where they could belong. Sunny U, a 
transfer from Laurel School said "the opportunities at Euclid are 
much more varied than at Laurel. 1 have a much better chance to find 
something I am interested in." The student who participated in 
many activities had a better chance of being accepted to college. Not 
every student could belong to many activities, however, they could 
leave memories that would live in a student's mind forever. 

-Julie Groves 




Kelly Dwyer and Jenny Waltermire making signs to 
show spirit. 





Marching band gives lots of students a chance to improve their musical abilities 



Volleyball is a bouncing activity. 



Activities Divider 



^XCnVITIES 




Varsity chorale getting ready to sing before a football game 



The football cheerleaders always bring spirit to a game. 



Football was an activity that many students either 
participated in or were spectators. 




Jim Mlakar, Nick Colantonio, Marlene Apanaites, Lori Longstreth, Marcus Kelly swimming in the Special Olympics which is only one of 
George Brozovich, Jennifer Baer and Don Miller. many activities held at Euclid High School. 



Activities Divider 



Marching. ..Marching 

Marching Band adds interest to halftime 



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ue to levy problems, the 
Marching Band 

season almost did not 
begin but with the help of the 
new Head Director, Mr. Joel Sar- 
ich, Co-Director, Mr. Oscar 
Schwartz and Percussion Direc- 
tor, Mr. Jeff Milton the down 
beat of the season was given in 
August at Band Camp. Band 
Camp lasted for two weeks and 
then the school doors opened. 
Every Friday they marched and 
played for school spirit. It was 
tough getting started for many 
of the new people as well as the 
veterans. The Marching Band 
learned five shows which in- 
cluded the traditional script Eu- 
clid that was presented at the 
last home game. With loud notes 
and new uniforms they followed 
the team to victory. This year's 
program was difficult because of 
the uncertainaties with school 
finances and the number of new 
members. Next year should bet- 
ter because of many new ideas. 
-Sarah Bierer 




Band Seniors, Row one:Laura Roll, Beth Perdan, Rick Renner, Dan DiBartolomeo, Cindy 
Cathy Day. Row two: Theresa Zahursky, Jeanette Henry, Joe Tressler, Jim Segulin, L 
Shari Fuhrman. Row three: Mr. Schwartz, Domenic Gubitosi, Vince Riha, Mike Blasius, 
Matt Sawyer, Bill Kunes. 



Kleckner, 
isa Baber, 
Jim Sims, 




Mr. Sarich stands guard as Mr, Schwartz tries to 
flag down a plane. 



Marching Band 




Marching Band Row one: J. Sarich, M. McPeek, J. Beck, S. Brown, D. Riedel, M. Plevelich, L. Riedel, M. Blasius, O. Schwartz. Row two: J. Dengel, J. Cesa, 
P. Swyt, C Ward, C. Holland, J. Zakrajsek, L. Pizmoht, L. Roll, J. Kosmerl, J. Ayers, V. Maddox, K. Davis, K. Scheurman, M. Willingham, M. Witzak. Row 
three: N. Crawford, M. Lynn, M. Ferrato, B. Perdan, B. Berardinelli, S. Doboze, K. Hodder, P. Young, T. Reynolds, A. Haynes, J. Tressler, L. Moster, D. 
Long, D. Lausche, B. Sterrick, N. Franic, C. Day. Row four: M. Miller, J. Keating, M. Macleod, A. Radolovic, G. Skok, M. Sawyer, K. Radacky, S. Abshire, 
L. Baber, K. Wolenski, S. Fuhrman, J. Henry, M. DiBartolomeo, R. Renner, D. DiBartolomeo, C. Shenk, R. Wims, M. Gammon. Row five: J. Dombrowski, 
J. Segulin, J. Hula, H. Taylor, R. Kunes, C. Bryant, B. Kunes, D. Bauer, J. Sims, J. Kropf, G. Doboze, V. Riha, M. Hutton, N. Holloway, D. Gubitosi, D. Cu- 
par, D. McGhee, S. White, S. Gezann. Row six: D. Clark, C. Kleckner, D. Denovich, J. Kraznik, J. Marks, C. Glenn, C. Dean, L. Bock, T. Zahursky, S. Ham- 
ilton, T. Williams. 




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for Jennifer Beck and her baton routine 



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Marching Band 



strutting Their Stuff 

The Majorettes are out leading the band 



This year's majorettes were 
made up of five girls. 
They were very prepared 
for this year's football season. 
They attended both a National 
Band Front Camp at Wooster 
College and the school's band 
camp here at Euclid. This was 
for two weeks and began before 
the start of the school year. At 
Wooster, they received four first 
and one second place awards. 
These were categorized and 
judged from banner to spirit. In 
spite of a few injuries, the girls, 
lead by co-captains Lisa Riedel 
and Jennifer Beck, did a great 
job this 1988 season. 

-Kathy Kushma 




Co-captains Jennifer Beck and Lisa Majorettes Row one: Captain Jennifer Beck, Captain Lisa Riedel Row two: Denise Riedel, Stacy 

R'S'leL Brown, Michelle Plevelich. 



Michelle Plevelich shows off 
some fancy footwork. 




Majorettes 



Waving And Shaking 

The Flag Corps waves up a halftime show 




The' Flag 
Corps 
was a 
treat that the 
football fans ex- 
perierxced dur- 
ing halftime. 
The girls would 
be out on the 
field waving 
their flags to the 
rhythm of the 
Marching Band. 
Co-captains 
Cindy Kleckner 
and Cathy 

Glenn led the 
members 
through the 
many practices 
that were neces- 
sary to perfect 
their routines. 
The girls found 
that the perfor- 
mances were 
worth the work. 



Flag Corps Row one: Captain Cindy Kleckner, Captain Cathy Glenn. Row two: Dee Dee Clark, Jennifer Krasnik, Stacy Hamilton, 
Tasha Williams. Row three: Theresa Zahursky, Denise Denovich, Trycennia Dean, Lori Bock, Jenny Marks. Not pictured: Nikki 
Farmer, Bridgette Colemon, Lena Gilliam. 




The Flag Corps members were important to the script Euclid at the last home game. Captains Cindy Kleckner and Cathy Glenn, two truly 

terrific twirlers. 



Flag Corps 



Big Band Sound 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble recognizes musical talent 



The 1988-89 Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble began its 
blue and gold year with a 
new director, Joel Sarich. Many 
of the members were encouraged 
to participate in various other 
music activities, such as Region- 
al Orchestra, Honors Bands 
throughout Ohio and summer 
music camps. 

Members of the Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble were chosen by 
audition. Each person was re- 
quired to perform an assigned 
piece of music. In addition to the 
audition, there was also a sight 
reading piece which had to be 
performed on the spot. The mu- 
sicians were ranked on the basis 
of their auditions. The best mu- 
sicians were chosen from each 
section and combined to form 
the Symphonic Wind Ensemble. 

They performed concerts in 
February and in May. 

This ensemble of talented mu- 
sicians is a tradition and begins 
another crescendo towards years 
to come. 

-Sarah Bierer 





Symphonic Winds, Row one: Shari Gezann, Lisa Moster, Jenny Ayers, Sheila White, Kim Faint. 
Row two: Michele Lynn, Molly Miller, Kelly Hodder, Debbie Lang, Bernie Zupancic, Mike 
Witczak. Row three: Roger Kunes, Lisa Baber, Laura Roll, Cathy Day, Caroline Holland, Shari 
Fuhrman, Keith Scheurman. Row four: Domenic Gubitosi, Beth Perdan, Dan DiBartolomeo, Kathie 
Davis, Steve Lindsey, Joe Tressler, Dave Cupar. 




Symphonic Brass, Row one: Kirk Israel, Mark Tomsic, Bill Kunes, Dave Bauer, Steve Burke. Row 
two: Rick Renner, Andy Logar, Mike DiBartolomeo, Keith Speroff, Greg Skok, Sarah Bierer, Lara 
Lomac. 



Mr. Sarich goes to great heights to direct 
it all. 



Symphonic Wind Ensemble 



strike Up The Band 

Concert Band performs for several shows 




Concert Band Brass, Row one: LaTesha Smith, Ken Hollins, Shannon Smith, Robert Johnson, Mike 
McDougall. Row two: Darryl Lausche, Pete Swyt, Nate HoUoway, Jim Seguhn, John Dengel, Paul 
Young. Row three: Jim Kosmerl, Shaun Pall, Howard Taylor, Dwayne Baker, Stewart Doboze. 



Concert band was made 
up of musicians who, af- 
ter completing the 
marching band season, worked 
hard and practiced for the annu- 
al winter and spring concerts. 
With a new band director, Joel 
Sarich, the band learned the 
notes of many new tunes. Play- 
ing in the band prepared the stu- 
dents for future musical study 
and achievement which could of 
promoted them to a spot on the 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble. 

The music program began 
with a difficult start, but with 
the combined efforts of students 
and directors the band kept 
playing within Euclid's halls 
and continued its fine tradition. 
-Sarah Bierer 




Many of the Marching Band members are in Concert 
Band. 



Concert Band Winds, Row one: Michelle Abshire, Alana Haynes, Joanne Zakrajsek, Melissa 
Willingham, Maureen Hannan. Row two: Regina Wims, Mark Macleod, Charles Nichols, Ken 
Kilgore, Denise Johnson, Allen Radolovic, Anthony Terlizzi. Row three: Deliska McGhee, Valena 
Maddox, Paulnetta Wilcox, Jim Sims, Natalie Franic, Marcus Hutton, John Dombrowski, Ken 
Wolenski. Row four: Nicole Crawford, Denise Moore, Michelle VoU, Jennifer Dietz, Karen Ra- 
dacky. Shannon Marek, Janelle Groves. 

Concert Band 




Classical Music 

Orchestra strives to create top quality music 



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s the new year unfolded, 
changes occurred within 
.the orchestra. Miss 
Cathy Riczo became director of 
the smaller, younger group of 
string players. Having only five 
seniors, namely, Heidi Martin 
(president), Lucretia Dillard (vice 
president), Helen Chen, Lara Lo- 
mac and Beth Perdan, the or- 
chestra would seem a group less 
experienced in the traditions 
such as the "Hallelujah Chorus." 
Their size made little difference 
in the determination and effort 
exemplified as they played in the 
Christmas, Winter, and Spring 
Concerts. Ensembles and solo- 
ists performed at the annual mu- 
sic competition while many 
joined the difficult "Big Show's" 
pit orchestra. Not seen as a 
probable survivor of the levy 
turmoil, the Euclid High orches- 
tra surprisingly appeared as a 
strong, although smaller, set of 
entertaining musicians. 

-Heidi Martin 





Orchestra Strings, Row one: Lara Lomac, Kim Miller, Jonasis Smith. Row two: Beth Perdan, Heidi 
Martin, Amy Ransdell, Tom Kermode, Heather Pall. Row three: Jennifer Sankey, Carol Morgan- 
Brown, Kim Taylor, Joe Cesa, Barb Steele, Wendy Wang, Darryl East. 




Orchestra Winds, Brass and Percussion, Row one: Keith Scheurman, Mike Witczak, Cathy Day, 
Shari Gezann, Molly Miller. Row two: Greg Skok, Mark Tomsic, Keith Speroff, Bill Kunes, Sarah 
Bierer, Dave Bauer. Row three: Kirk Israel, Mike Blasius, Chris Bryant, Craig Murowsky. 



As the new orchestra director Miss Riczo 
got it all together. 



Orchestra 



In The Mood 

stage Band conveys jazzy rhythms 




2 988 brought back the 
Stage Band of Euclid 
High with its instate- 
ment of Joel Sarich. The blue 
and gold toured throughout Vir- 
ginia Beach, Williamsburgh, and 
Busch Gardens. On March 3, 
they also traveled to the Lake- 
land Jazz Festival and presented 
their best musical ability to 
swing those powerful notes. The 
Euclid Jazz Band included many 
seniors this past year, making it 
crucial for new talent to enter 
1989-90's band. With a little en- 
thusiasm, the swinging tradition 
will be back next year to have 
those great blow-out sessions 
which made so many memories 
for so many people. 

-Sarah Bierer 



Stage Band, Row one: Jeff Kropf, Domenic Gubitosi, Shari Gezann. Row two: Molly Miller, Cathy 
Day, Dan DiBartolomeo. Row three: Chris Bryant, Craig Murowsky, Bill Kunes, Andy Logar, Jim 
Segulin, Dave Bauer. Row four: Vince Riha, Mr. Sarich, (Director), Tom Kermode, Helen Chen, 
Sarah Bierer. 




Dave Bauer practicing on his trombone. 



Helen Chen accompanies the group. 



Kim Miller practicing with the 
orchestra. 



Stage Band 



Just Singing Along 

Choral Masters and Mixed Chorus give students 

a chance to sing 



Choral Masters was choir 
composed of about 65-70 
students. They met first 
period every day and learned 
various songs, including jazz, 
some gospel and some rock. 

In order to be a part of Choral 
Masters the students had to be 
selected by Mr. Godfrey, the 
music coordinator for the high 
school. The choir gave two 
shows during the year, one dur- 
ing the winter and one during 
the spring. 

Mixed Choir was the begin- 
ning choir that prepared stu- 
dents for the more advanced 
Choral Masters. They met both 
second and third periods. They 
learned the basics of singing and 
produced shows in the winter 
and the spring with the Choral 
Masters. 

Mr. Godfrey has done a great 
job with the two choirs at the 
high school and also with the 
choirs at the middle school. 

-Mike Betts 




Choral Masters, Row one: Helen Chen. Row two: Shannon Hinton, Stephanie Walton, Jennifer 
Mason, Anna Cirino, Christa Deister, Jenny Jones, Mary Sweet, Missy Long, Jill Enneper, Mirta 
Maria, Shalom Lawrence, Angela Zingale, Nikki Golden. Row three; Dianne Baird, Kimberly 
Doles, Maria Marcelli, Maria Dent, Mary Jo Miller, Kay Corrigan, Jenny Waltermire, Roslind 
Blackmon, Katie Roach, Holly Pirsig, Lara Lomac. Row four: Aerica Bothwell, Julie Liderbach, Gina 
Juengal, Regina Boyd, Chad Highland, Sean Scott, Mike Betts, Jeff Syroney, DeAngelo Turner, 
Chris Oboczky, Heather Morrison. Row five: Jennifer Welker, Liz Puhalj, Sally Bierer, Maureen 
Dejonge, Bryant Carroll, Troy Berger, Vernard Adams Jr, Bill Rabbits, Kris Heffernan, Christy 
Fazio, Stacey Hamilton, Lisa Anderson. 




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Practicing for. ..and presenting the 
concert. 



Mixed Choir, Row one: Mary McNamara, Marnie Salupo, Karen Phipps, Amy Ayer, Susan 
Juratovac, James Calwise, LaTonya Moultry, Heather Swan, Chris Carlton, Gwen Summers, Dan- 
ielle McGroder. Row two: Melissa Marchuk, Robin Staples, Tiffany Jones, Tysha Robinson, 
Annett.. Massey, Robert Schmeling, Daman Ware, Heidi Peterson, Denyel Sfura, Jacquie Piscitello, 
Cynthia Welsh, Stacey Colonna. Row three: Bridget Burich, JoAnne Zakrajsek, Dionne Lawson, 
Angela Pritchett, Stacey Wallette, Laronne Ferguson, Mike Karabinus, Jeff Kaleal, Roger Crombie, 
Chenett Johnson, Teri Mason, Rachel Norton, Traci Medved. Row four:Amora Francis, Tona Haile, 
Kelly Dwyer, Karrie Waltermire, Michelle McKee, Wendy Bydash, Heather Mock, Shawn Orr, 
Larry Nosse, Jamie Roach, Michelle Berzinskas, Valerie McCarthy, Hope Robinson, Tracy 
Marincek. 



Choral Masters/Mixed Chorus 



Singing And Dancing 



Varsity Ciioraie is Euciid's song and dance group 




i^arsity Chorale, Row one: Jenny Waltermire. Row two: Troy Berger, Mary Jo Miller. Row three: 
loz Blackmon, Missy Long, Kay Corrigan. Row four: Kim Doles, Jenny Mason, Jenny Welker, 
Dom Rimarcic, Mary Sweet, Bryan Carrol, Jenny Jones. Row five: Katie Roach, Matt Davis, Jeff 
Jyroney, Meg Fair, Mike Betts, Stephanie Walton, Vernard Adams, Bill Rabbits, Sally Bierer. 
Jelow, accompianists, Chris Bryant, Helen Chen. 



Varsity Chorale also 
known as VC was the Eu- 
clid High School's show 
choir. The 88 -89 Varsity Cho- 
rale consisted of sixteen girls 
and eleven guys. This year's of- 
ficers were the following: Jenni- 
fer Waltermire -President, Mike 
Betts -Vice President, Mary Jo 
Miller -Secretary, and Jenny 
Jones -Treasurer. However, the 
man and energy behind the suc- 
cess of Varsity Chorale was Eu- 
clid's choir director, Mr. 
Godfrey. 

Varsity Chorale had a tradi- 
tion of going on a trip to some- 
where in the United States for a 
week. This year, the show choir, 
was planning a trip to Virginia 
Beach and Bush Gardens for a 
week of relaxation, fun, perfor- 
mances, and competition. Previ- 
ous trips included New York, 
Boston, Philadelphia, New Or- 
leans, and Disney World. This 
year Varsity Chorale went to 
various show choir festivals 
around the state as well as going 
on a long trip. 

Although the trips are enter- 
taining and sound like fun, the 
preperations and practices be- 
fore hand were sweaty and hard 
work. So come and be enter- 
tained by the show choir of Eu- 
clid High School, Varsity 
Chorale. 

-Helen Chen 




Jumping And Dancing 

Cheerleladers did their best to raise spirit 



The 1988 football season 
was an incredible one. 
Not only was the Panther 
team an outstanding group of 
guys, but the cheerleaders were 
too. 

These girls started their sea- 
son long before school began. In 
fact, it started last spring soon 
after tryouts were held. When 
summer came, practices were 
held for future competitions at 
cheerleading camp. It took place 
this year at Hiram College for 
four days with intersquad each 
night. The judging was based on 
home cheers and chants and new 
material learned everyday. The 
final competition left the squad 
with a spirit award and a superi- 
or plaque. Previous competitions 
also gave them two blue (superi- 
or) and one red (excellent) 
ribbon. 

Once camp was behind them, 
the girls had high expectations 
for the 1988 football season. 
Practices were then concentrated 
on the upcoming season. But be- 
fore it started it was over. It was 
an unforgettable season thanks 
to the football players, the cheer- 
leading coach, Mrs. Yuhas, and 




Varsity Football Cherleaders Row one: J. Maisley. Row two: N. Valencic, C. Valencic, J. Dudziak, 
V. Medved. Row three: K. Reed, A. Cirino, N. Race. Row four: K. Kushma, K. Schoen. Not pictured: 
B. Negrelli, T. Scolaro. 



all of the girls that made the 
1988 football cheerleading squad 
what it was. 

One last note to all the cheer- 
leaders, just remember " I 
Never..." 

-Kathy Kushma 



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J. V. Football Cheerleaders: S. Orazen, ]. Miller, J. Zakrajsek, H. Kristoff, D. Freshmen Cheerleaders Row one: K. Schoen. Row two: H. Scott, M. Mc| 
Isgro. Not pictured: S. Yuhas, P. Burke. mara. Row three: D. Coulter, T. Medved, K. Ells. 




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Football Cheerleade 



Cheering Them On 



Basketball Cheerleaders add spirit to the game 




The 1988-89 Basketball Cheer- 
leaders along with the Basket- 
ball team, started off a great 
season this year. After a few uniform 
adjustments, the season began with a 
series of away games. At each one of 
the games the girls did a fine job in 
promoting school spirit. Not every 
game was as exciting or filled with 
cheering fans but the girls cheered 
their team to numerous victories. The 
second half of the twenty-game sea- 
son was based around home games 
here at Euclid. With home games and 
a little more support for the basketball 
team the 1988-89 cheerleaders helped 
in making the winter sports season a 
great one. 

-Kathy Kushma 



Varsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Jennifer Dudziak, Katie McGuinness, Tracy Scolaro Row two: 
Nora Race, Chris Valencic, Kathy Kubhina. Row three: Jennifer Masley, Knstm Schoen, Nina 
Valencic. Not pictured: Carmen Petti, Bridget Negrclh, Coach, Karen Yuhas 




]. V. Cheerleaders, Row one: Jessie Kovac, Meghan Taylor. Row two: Shawn 
Orazen, Debbie Isgro, Patti Burke. Row three: Brandy Nickell, Chris Schaefer, 
Sue Chun, Janene Zakrajsek. Not pictured: Coach JoAnn Ffiedel. 



Freshman Cheerleaders, Row one:Mary Mc Namara. Row two: Katie Schoen, 
Holly Scott, Christen Fogarty. Row three: Kristen Golinar, Katie Ells, Laurie 
Kausek. Row four: Tracy Medved, Danielle Coulter, Gretchen Heck 



Basketball Cheerleaders 



Student Council-the backbone of 
Euclid High School and a sup- 
porter of the community. Student 
Council has worked behind the scenes of 
Euclid for many years, both in the high 
school and in the community. This year, 
under the dirrection of Miss Bambic, 
Mary Sweet, President and Lee Swope 
and Liz Oroz as vice presidents led the 
Student Council in its continual tradi- 
tion of support. 

The school's activities depended much 
on the help and planning of Student 
Council. It is made up of representatives 
from each class which planned the regu- 
lar dances and Homecoming and Win- 
terfest, decorated the halls and cafeteria 
of Euclid High School for the Christmas 
season, and in general promoted the 
spirit of Euclid High School. 

Student Council's support, however, 
exceeded the boundaries of the school 
and was felt throughout the Euclid com- 
munity. In the fight for the school levy, 
the Student Council passed out pam- 
phlets and promoted its passage. It 
helped the less fortunate in the commu- 
nity with a collection of money for 
Thanksgiving dinners and through 
canned food drives. Student Council also 
went further than the community's 
boundaries to extend its help to the 
world in its collection for projects such 
as the United Way. 

The Student Council was a vital part of 
the planning, support, adn promotion of 
both the Euclid High School and the Eu- 
clid community and looks forward to a 
rewarding future. 

-Kristine Hren 



Student Government 

student Council gets things done 




Student Council, Row one: Colleen Nugent, Hope Robinson, Karrie Waltermire, Missy Long, Beth 
Brickman, Paula Dobransky, Stephanie Slogar, Chris Schaefer, Kris Hren. Row two: Leslie 
Higham, Helen Majer, Debbie Long, Alison Zahler, Becky Sperner. Row three: Jennifer Marks, 
Pam Buehner, Lee Swope, Phaedra Moore, Lee Jackson, Tiffany Dallas, June U, Lisa Riedel. Row 
four: Marnie Salupo, Liz Oroz, Michele Yee, Sonja Rhone, Janene Zakrajsek, Meghan Taylor, 
Stacey Apanaites, Heather Kristoff, Erica Richards, Bernie Zupancic, Stacy Duchon, Lisa Hunt. 
Row five: Jennifer Mason, Sharon Swyt, Sharon Billi, Eric Ramsey, Bill Mc Guinness, Dan Hansen, 
Tawfiq Akhir, Sean Allen, Adam Brown, Jason Brust, Bill Castrovince. Row six: Kim Doles, Lisa 
Drage, Jennifer O'Neill, Stephanie Slogar, Lisa Marvin, Dave Radachy, Dave Duchon, Mike 
Duchon Row seven: Jennifer Welker, Lisa Hradak, Mary Sweet, Jennifer Waltermire, Kathy 
Kushma, Betsy Tobolewski. 



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Homecoming was sponsored by Student Decorating the cafeteria for the Holidays is a 
Council. big event for Student Council. ■ 




Student Council 



Deciding Senior Wisties 

Senior class cabinet plans activities for the senior 
class 




Senior Class Cabinet. Mike Barns, Valencia Strowder, Gerald Moore, Ed Powers, Mike Guilfoyle, 
Lisa Baber, Mark Morek, Leila Thomas, Greg Henderson, Steve Dekleva, Heidi Martin, Kelli 
Vanah, Nina Valencic, Gunney Meaney, Barbie Jurkovic, Amy Hickok, Annie Cirino, Suzanne 
Lisac 





Heidi Martin and Lisa Baber 
talking while Mike Guilfoyle, 
Greg Henderson, Kelli Vanah 
and Leila Thomas wait for 
homeroom to begin. 



Barbie Jurkovic, Suzanne Li- 
sac, Annie Cirino, Gunney 
Meaney and Amy Hickok 
planning for the future. 



Spirit, organization, 
imagination, hard work- 
ers - all of these words 
describe the talented senior class 
cabinet. Composed of 18 eager 
seniors and under the very able 
and enthusiastic direction of 
Mrs. Fox, Mr. Pasquale and Mr. 
McGuinness, the important task 
of funding and planning prom 
became as easy as child's play. 
Meeting as a homeroom provid- 
ed time to hammer out the tough 
decisions and allowed the cabi- 
net to become a family of close 
friends. Activities organized in- 
cluded Senior Talent Night, Elf 
Day, flower sales and two great 
dances; the Halloween and Toga 
Dance. Senior sweatshirts were 
sold and the senior luncheon, 
graduation and most important- 
ly the first twelve-hour prom 
ever at Euclid were planned. 

Being the sole cabinet left at 
Euclid robbed the group of 
much class competition but yet 
the seniors led not only the class 
of '89, but the entire school. 
Amidst cutbacks caused by levy 
failures of spring and summer 
'88, the cabinet came to repre- 
sent the determinaton of the 
Panthers to succeed— and that 
they did. The levy passed, the 
"historical" prom was planned 
and the spirit of the class of 1989 
Cabinet brought about a stupen- 
dous and first-rate year! 
-Heidi Martin 



Senior Class Cabinet 



Learning Marketing 

D.E.C.A. helps students to enter retail fields 



D.E.C.A. (Distributive 
Education Clubs of 
America) was the stu- 
dent run club that coincided 
with the Marketing Education 
class. Euclid's program was de- 
signed for juniors and seniors 
who were interested in a career 
in marketing and management. 
In their junior year, the students 
attended classes and studied the 
stock market, business finance, 
marketing research and many 
other business related fields. Se- 
niors spent part of their day in 
school learning about every- 
thing from job interviewing, to 
advertising and sales. During 
the remainder of the day they 
were employed in retail estab- 
lishments within the Euclid area 
in a variety of retail, wholesale, 
or service establishments. In 
D.E.C.A., students competed 
against other high school stu- 
dents on the local, state and na- 
tional level in areas related to 
their career interest. 

-Toni Fannin 



The Euclid High School 
Key Club was an organi- 
zation that helped out 
with school and community ac- 
tivities. The club was sponsered 
by the local Kiwanis clubs and 
has been here at Euclid for about 
thiry-nine years. 

This year, the Key Club 
helped in many activities at 
school such as setting up and 
guiding for our open house. The 
Euclid Key Club was made up of 
people who really wanted to help 
others. Many of the members 
learned it takes a great amount 
of responsibility, but in the long 
run it makes you feel good about 
helping others. The Key Club 
was sponsered by Mr. Allen 
Black. 

-Erica Richards 



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D.E.C.A., Row one: Danielle DeSico, Barbie Jurkovic, Donnie Jakubauskas, Kris Kubach, James 
Leamon, Renee Rashid, Antonia Fannin, Rick Summers, Lisa Whitmore, Mr. Preset. Row two: 
Mike Graffius, Sean Allen, Dwayne Sattler, John Hackathorn, Bill Jones, Monica Ziegler, Laurie 
Christopher, Scott Faulisi, Tyrone Gilham, Kelly Hyne, Joe Baker, Keith Speroff. 



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how to assemble a display. 




Key Club, Row one: Matt Tomsic, Mark Tomsic, Erick Swanson, Jim Segulin, Brian Ashman, Rob 
Terlizzi, Tony Terlizzi. Row two: Keith Scheurman, Gerald Moore, Chris Galaida, Melissa Mar- 
chuck, Seona Latine, Amora Francis, Mary Dengel, Kim Moore, Maureen Hannan, Char Neal, 
Darrell Lausche, Kathie Davis. 

D.E.C.A./Key Club 



Honor Students 

NHS is a prestigious organization 




NHS, Row one: Julie Groves, Alison Zahler, Michelle Sari, Erica Richards, Missy 
Long, Michele Yee, Lara Lomac. Row two: Kris Hren, Karen Reed, Laurie Zigman, 
Heidi Martin, Liz Oroz, Marie Sheridan, Steve Dekleva. Row three: Kathy 
Kushma, Suzane Lisac, Jennifer Davis, David Sargent, John Colbert, Laura Roll, 
Beth Perdan. 



"l^^T HS was for students that had superb records in 
I ^1 service. NHS was a nationwide organization 
M, M. that consisted of students noted for their excel- 
lence in scholarship, service, and leadership abilities. 

NHS was made up of students who were picked at 
the end of their junior year. NHS did services for their 
school. Some major projects were being Student Help- 
ers for Open House. They helped parents find teach- 
ers. Another activity was the tea party to get students 
interested in NHS and to find out more about it. The 
honor society's most exciting activity was planning for 
the induction of new members in the spring. 

This year's officers includedMissy Long, president- 
,Jennifer Davis, vice president,Marie Sheridan, secre- 
tary, andSteve Dekleva as treasurer. Mrs. Schmeling 
was NHS' advisor. 

It has been a rewarding year for the members of the 
National Honor Society. 

-Erica Richards 



Watching Government Work 

Close-Up studies ttie intricacies of government 





Missy Long thinking about the trip to 
Washington, 



Washington D.C. Our fair na- 
tion's Capitol and destination of 
Close-Up. Close-Up, advised 
by Mr. Wayne Smith, headed for Wash- 
ington to learn more of the politics of 
our nation and have fun in the process. 
Students sold candy to help pay for the 
trip which took place in the spring. They 
were able to see many of the places and 
meet some of the people that make the 
country run. They were able to survive 
on many of the unsold M&M's. 

-Bill Castrovince 



Close-Up, Row one: Bill Castrovince, Michele Yee, Missy 
Long, Michelle Sari. Row two: Kathy Kushma, Kay Corrigan, 
Liz Oroz, Marie Sheridan, Karen Reed. Row three: Steve 
Dekleva, Suzane Lisac, Curt Spencer, Rashawn Perry. 



NHS/Close-Up 



News Flash: Vampire Spotted 



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Fall Play goes batty 



Robert was a walking zombie, 
Susan was eating flies and 
talking of a strange lady in the 
graveyard, Marcus was murdered and 
people were disappearing everywhere. 
The last thing Tod and Luisa Wilson 
needed to hear was that their next 
door neighbor, Mina Alucard, was 
really a vampire! The police, Duffy 
and Wallace, weren't able to help ei- 
ther and so the "vampirologist," Dr. 
Van Helsing, from New York, was 
called in to search Malice House 
Academy for "Oscar," the flesh-eating 
bat, and the cause of these mysterious 
occurences. Such a crazy farce was the 
scene of 1988's Fall Play, "Lady Dra- 
cula," and it included a search for 
Lady Dracula's coffin led by Van 
Helsing and conducted by Tod and 
Luisa, Kim, Opal, Estelle and Mike 
(the students), Mona (the maid), Mrs. 
Sink (the housekeeper and Susan's 
mother), Camille Stanford (a teacher), 
and Dr. Lawrence Finley (a blood dis- 
ease specialist). Limited to two perfor- 
mances because of the football play- 
offs, the cast presented a hysterical 
and entertaining play suited for the 
Halloween season. The patience and 
excellent direction of Judith Carmody 
with assistance from student director 
Thomas Kermode Jr. glued together 
the talents of the performers and 
made this exciting play possible. 

-Heidi Martin 



CAST 




Michelle R. Bonnay 

Elizabeth S. Oroz 

Michael E. Belts 

Debbie Long 

Judita Beder 

Heidi B. Martin 

Edrina Y. Womack 

Jenny Spada 

Mark Wirbel 

Jeff Syroney 

Roz Blackmon 

Melissa M. Long 

Joe Jankowski 

Jeremy Blumenstein 

Curtis Spencer 

W. J. Castrovince 

Vernard Adanis Jr. 





Cast members observe the beheaded vampire. 



Fall Play 



Two For The Holidays 

A pair of plays showed holiday spirit 




CAST 

Narrator 1 Debbie Lorig 

Narrator 2 Jill Enneper 

Santa Dariiel O. Hanser\ 

Mrs. Claus Theresa Oder\ 

Olga Maria Marcelli 

Elsie Kim Moore 

Ben Milton Wyley 

Doc Rick Dave Radachy 

Mr. Toddletot Nik Rocco 

Kringle-Krangle John Cindric 

Tweedle Karen Radachy 

Twiddle Holly Pirsig 

Terina India Ford 

Theresa Kay Corrigan 

Theo Vernard Adams, Jr. 

Granny Grumbleskin .... Heidi B. 

Martin 

Mort, the Moose . . Curtis Spencer 

Ginny Grumbleskin Melissa 

Gammon 
Jenny Grumbleskin . . Robin Hunt 
Joleen Grumbleskin Maria Marcelli 



Mr. Toddletot warning of impending 
danger from Grumpleskins. 



Can this be happening? Can this be 
true? What am I hearing people 
say. The tiniest of Toddletots got 
mad and ran away." If that's not enough, 
the toyshop is under a spell and Santa has 
amnesia. These trials were the subjects of 
the holiday plays, "The Season Santa Forgot 
He Was He" and "Trouble in the Toddletot 
Toy Factory." 

The latter, written by Judith L. Carmody, 
involved Terina Toddletot's disappearance 
while father Terrence is away, leaving op- 
purtunity for the perverse sorceress. Gran- 
ny Grumpleskin, to place Tweedle, Twid- 
dle, Theresa, and Theo Toddletot under a 
glitter and "Bibble babble" bound spell. 
Only with help from Mort the Moose and 
Ginny, Jenny, and Joleen Grumpleskin can 
order be restored. 

In "Santa Forgot," a bump on the head 
causes St. Nick to lose all memory of 
Christmas. Doc Rick prescribes "exposing 
Santa to the things that he knows" which 
(as told by the narrators) Mrs. Claus, Olga, 
Elsie, and Ben try in vain. Fortunately, a 
shooting star provides the "wee whack" to 
bring Santa's memory back! 

The second graders thoroughly enjoyed 
the delightful songs and antics of the cast. 
Thanks to the performers and Miss Car- 
mody for an indubitably jolly good show 
and "milk and cookies too". 

-Heidi B. Martin 




Holiday Play 




lence 



AFS brings foreign lands closer 



Betsy Tobolewski learning about other lands. 



AFS, the American Field Service, 
has been the source of world 
culture at Euclid for many 
years. It has brought students from all 
over the world to let our community 
discover the world that surrounds us. 
After much success in these AFS ex- 
change experiences, Euclid High 
School has allowed many foreign stu- 
dents from other organizations to be- 
come a part of our school also. Yet 
AFS is the only organization which 
has an active club of both the EHS 
student body and the foreign 
students. 

This year AFS sent two of our stu- 
dents abroad for the summer. Dan- 
ielle Tuckermann went on a work 
program in Great Britain while Curt 
Spencer traveled South into Paraguay 
for the language program. As the 
summer ended and Curt and Danielle 
began to travel back home, AFS 
opened its arms to Maddie Cruz from 
the Dominican Republic many other 
organizations also opened theifSfttis 
to foreign students this year. ARC, 
Adventures in Real Communicatio 
had 3 students representing its orj 
nization this year. T^se stud 

of Madrid; 
, and Thorn- 
t Germany, The 
sponsoring a foreign stu- 
, (Educatio; 
gn Students), 
ojwa of France^S 
All these students came-jhroug 
these foreign exchange orga^^tions 
to experience a different cu^^^and 
learn how other people live. 
on' '---.._■ 'Key learned and' 
cr.' ■ , , .ulture, these studeni 
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Christina Conde and Celine Dojwa looking 
through scrapbooks. 




AFS, R^pSneTDarrell Lausche, Patty LV|pK%Jeine Cruz, Michelle Wagner, Mi- 
chelle Kitis, Jenny Leyendecker, Advisot7Badfa<rf?Ramiow. Row two: Dayna Doran, 
Colleen Lanzaretta, Becky Karnak, Bill Casmivitice, Kim Moore, Mike Karabinus, 
Christina Conde, Celine Dojwa. Row three: Advisor Jane Addis, Beth Schafer, Marie 
Sheridan, Chris Muzinic, Natasha Spencer, Stenh^fe Jackson, Curt Spencer, Betsy 
Cayne, Tom Bornemann, Fernando Alcazar. H ' ,4 



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"^reek To Me' 




Foreign Language Club explores languages 




aniell^ruckerman working in Pippingland Park, Sussex, En- 
;]and during the summer of '88. 



The Foreign Language Club act- 
ed as a bridge to the other cul- 
tures of the world. It provided 
the Euclid students with a taste of for- 
eign lands through different activities 
both in and out of school. 

Under the leadership of Mrs. 
Koenig, the Foreign Language Club 
held activities such as a Christmas 
party made up of a different variety of 
cultural foods, dinners at the many 
different ethnic restaurants found in 
the area, and other activities which 
helped to enhance the students aware- 
ness of world cultures. 

The Foreign Language Club allowed 
the Euclid students to get together and 
have a great time while learning and 
experiencing many bits and pieces of 
the many different cultures of our 
world. 

-Kristine Hren 




Among Your Peers 

Peer Tutors give academic fielp to students 



You're struggling through a dense merky jungle of definitions and homework 
problems. There seems to be no end to the questions stabbing you like thorns 
of a poisonous vine. Then, like a light at the end of a tunnel, as a weedwacker 
to hack away at such troublesome tendrils (in simpler words - tests), emerges 
the peer tutor. Being less dramatic, the work of these student "teachers" is 
somewhat overlooked. 

The process goes as follows: The student needing help; namely, the "tutee"; 
applies at their unit office. Then Miss Spiga, the advisor for the system, 
matches up the "needy" with those peer tutors who have a free period because 
of a study hall or can come after school. During three week sessions, the two 
meet and tear down the walls of confusion. Sometimes, they fail but more 
often both gain from the experience. The tutee gains a new understanding and 
knowledge of the subject; the tutor, experience in instruction and patience. The 
peer tutors are hard workers who not only care about their own grades but also 
are generous enough to share their abilities with others. 

-Heidi Martin 

Peer Tutors, Row one: Heidi Martin, Michelle Sari, Kay Corrigan, Jenny 
Mason, Marie Sheridan, Kirstin Esch. Row two: Kim Taylor, Jane Vurusic, 
Phaedra Moore, Rashawn Perry, Sharon Billi, Kim Moore. Row three: Nives 
Ivancin, Debbie Sarpolis, Curt Spencer, Joe Avcin, Brian Ashman. Now pic- 
tured: Meghan Taylor. 




Aiding Tfie Audio-Visual 

Media Aides are tiie action behind ttie siiows 



The Euclid High Media Aides are a true assett to the 
school. Headed by Mr. Allen Black the A.V. men are 
responsible for the sound and lighting for such events 
as Senior Talent Night, Choral Concerts, and Big Show. The 
backstage jobs are often overlooked as being simple and effort- 
less but without the dedication of these young men the shows 
could not go on. The Audio Visual department is also responsi- 
ble for delivering movie projectors, overheads, cassette players 
and VCR's to teachers. 

Being a Media Aide is for the student who is interested in 
audio equipment. They help out with the operation and main- 
tenance of all audio-visual equipment in the school. 

Media Aides, Row one: Jeffrey Kropf, Chris Bryant, Walter Johnson-Bey, Matt 
Davis, Mike LaManna. Row two: David Cupar, Brian Sterrick, Bill Cvelbar, 
Mark Wirbel, Vernard Adams Jr. Row three: Chris Baranowski, Bill McGuin- 
ness, Joe Coerndt, Mike Cvelbar. 




Media Aides/Peer Tutors 



Giving Help 



Ad Club and Office Aides assist scliool 




The AD Club, under the 
direction of Mr. Raice- 
vich, was in charge of 
selling tickets at Euclid High 
School's home games. This club 
was, in truth a volunteer club. 
The Euclid students volunteer 
their time for part of the evern- 
ing in order to provide the ath- 
letic fans with the shortest wait 
in line possible. No matter 
which home sports event, the 
Euclid High AD Club was there, 
selling those tickets adn collect- 
ing the money. 

-Kristine Hren 



Ad Club, Row one: Lisa Drage, Missy Long, Mary Sweet, Michele Yee. Row two: Kris Hren, Rich 
Roberts, Amy Hickok. 




Office Aides, Row one: Maria Cook, Holly Pirsig, Alison Zahlei Miss> Lung Phaedra Moore, 
Rogelene Castro, Becky Roeder, Soma Cencic, Kelly Duffy, Micnelle Secic, Christine Von Sick, 
Patty Baker. Row two: Kathy Muscarella, Katie Roach, Kelli Vanah, Jeanette Sas, Karen Reed, 
Jennifer Davis, Beth Perdan, Lara Lomac, Danielle Tuckerman, Theresa Champa, Christy Fazio. 
Row three: Vicky Medved, Leila Thomas, Vicky Fumich, Amy Hickok, Lisa Ryan, Laurie Bock, 
Cathy Spiegel, Mary Dengel, Kelly Biggins, Bernie Zupancic. Row four: Jeremy Blumenstein, Nora 
Race, Chantel Van Dyne, Dina Pasquale, Kathy Kushma, Maureen Dejonge, Kevin Collins, Rich 
Roberts, Sandy Secic, Kim Miller, Molly Lauver, Shelley Johnson. 



As an office aide approaches a classroom they 
see something like this. 



The 1988-89 school year 
brought many changes to 
the Office Aides, rules. 
Along with these rules came new 
name badges. The badges identi- 
fied the office aide to the securi- 
ty and paraprofessionals. The 
new rules did not change the re- 
sponsibilities of the office aides. 
Their duties still included filing, 
running errands, answering the 
telephone, etc. These fine stu- 
dents are a dedicated group that 
help to keep the offices running 
smoothly. 

-Dwayne Sattler and Kathy 
Kushma 



Ad Club/Office Aides 




Going For The Snow 

Warm weather made skiing difficuit 



Ski Club gave students at Euclid 
High School an opportunity to 
learn the basics of skiing. "It 
certainly makes the winter a lot n^ore 
enjoyable," said Becky Hopkins. Kris- 
tin Attwood and Matt Hopkins said 
they "enjoy the fabulous sensation of 
gliding over the snow." 

The Ski Club skied at Boston Mills 
Ski Area in Thursday evenings. A 
tour bus took them out and back. 
Also, on Martin Luther King Day a 
bus load went to Cockaigne Ski Area 
in New York. They skied the entire 
day and came back in the evening. As 
Leslie Higham said, "New York is so 
much more exciting since it's so much 
bigger and we get to ski during the 
day." 

The ski program at Boston Mills is 
especially suited for beginners since 
they get to take lessons each time 
which makes it much more enjoyable. 
As Karen Reed, Missy Long, and 
Mary Sweet said, "I learned how to 
Pop." 

Mr. Von Benken was the advisor 
for the Ski Club. 




Heidi Sacko, Michele Yee, Liz 
Oroz, and Balee Riley having fun. 




Ski Club, Row one: Mario Gasperic, Mane Sheridan Ehzabeth Oroz Beth Schaefer Mibsy Long 
Mary Sweet, Lisa Drage, Michele Yee, Non member Non member Non member Row two Nor 
member, Virginia Yee, Irene Dejak, Non member, Non member, Karen Reed, Non member. Row 
three: Non member, Non member, Non member, Non member. Heather Rowe, Marija Raguz, 
Leslie Higham, Jason Socha, Matt Bouffard. Rowe four: Sean Socha, Non member, Non member, 
Kris Hren, Non member. Rick Roberts, Helen Majer, Debbie Long, Michelle Sari, Stevie De Jong, 
John Marincek, Bill Castrovince. 





Oops 



Getting there is half the fun 




Kristie Attwood, Matt Hopkins and Becky Hopkins. 




Ski Club 



Jenny Barcza, Lee Swope, Stevie De Jong, Christina Con- 
de, Heidi Sacko, Heather Rowe, Beth Schaefer, Marie 
Sheridan and Mr. Barcza posing. 



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The Good Morning And Cultural People 

The faithful P.A. Announcers and the club with culture 




P.A. Announcers, Row one: Julie Fischer, Laura Zigman, Jennifer O'Neill, Roslind Blackmon, 
Renee Rashid. Row two: James Braidic, William McGuinness, Curtis O'Neal II. 




Euclid Cultural Club, Row one: Valencia Strowder, Shelley Tobias, Phaedra Moore, Tammy Curtis, 
Nikki Golden. Row two: Rashawn Perry, Ericka Hicks, Rashaun Washington, Sean Allen, Tawfig 
Akir, Denise Smith. 

The Cultural Committee 
planning for the year's 
events. 




P.A. Announcers/Euclid Cultural Club 



Every school day morning 
at about 9:27 A.M., the 
students of EucUd high 
would raise their sleepy heads to 
hear the words, "Good morning, 
Euclid Panthers!" This was the 
opening statement for the high 
school P.A. announcements 
which were arranged to provide 
the student body with important 
information and updates 
throughout the school year. 

At the end of the 1987-88 
school year, several juniors tried 
out for the duty of P.A. an- 
nouncing. Only eight students 
were elected for the job that 
would serve as their homeroom, 
they were chosen based on dic- 
tion, volume, and clarity of 
voice. They did a great job this 
past year and brought excite- 
ment and originality to the air 
waves. 

- Stevie Dejong - 



The Euclid Cultural Com- 
mittee was initiated at a 
time when there was a 
need to eliminate the thick racial 
tension that existed at Euclid. It 
was felt that an effert was need- 
ed to better things, so a group 
was created where people of dif- 
ferent races and backgrounds 
could gather and interact posi- 
tively. To date, Euclid has come 
a long way, and the racism that 
does exist is far too sophisticat- 
ed. Therefore, the Cultural Com- 
mittee has altered its purpose. 
They have tried, instead, to in- 
crease cultural awareness among 
the students and community. 
They have done this in past 
years with shows and functions 
such as the Cultural Fair. To this 
day, they are still working for 
awareness and unity in the com- 
munity and they feel they are 
getting closer. 

Sean Allen 



Just The Facts 

Survey gets the news out,, 
...while Eucuyo publishes literary works 



Where oh where could a 
shy but talented writer 
get the exposure and 
credit he or she well deserves in 
this age of bleak creativity? This 
person could have sent his/her 
work to the Eucuyo editors and 
had a more than decent shot at 
getting the story or poem print- 
ed in the Eucuyo. 

Eucuyo is a group of students 
who review entries sent to them 
to decide which ones will be 
printed in the magazine at the 
end of the year. Ms. Carmody 
and Mrs. Lidrbach advised edi- 
tor Beth Perdan and the rest of 
the staff. This edition was made 
easy by a new system of voting 
using a computer program de- 
signed by Eric Ramsey. Many 
fine works of art were contribut- 
ed to give the magazine an artis- 
tic edge and for the illiterates to 
look at. This years edition was a 
success and will hopefully con- 
tinue to let the future stars of the 
literature world shine early. 

-William J. A. Castrovince 



The 1988-89 Survey was a success. 
This school year's newspaper was 
edited by Betsy Tobolewski and Bill 
Castrovince, who were supported by a fine 
staff of future journalists. The articles cov- 
ered anything from sports news to the levy 
to the unfortunate Browns. Although rela- 
tively shorter than former years, the Survey 
contained all the news vital to the school. 
Concisely put, if it wasn't in the Survey, 
you didn't need to know about it. 

-Billy the Kid Castrovince 




Eucuyo Staff, Row one: Kris Hren, Heidi Martin, Jenny Mason, Kelly Hyne, Kristen Weber, Heidi 
Sacko. Row two: Sharon Billi, Sunny U, Beth Perdan, Laura Roll, Stevie Dejong, Marie Sheridan. 
Row three: Bill Castrovince, Ken Lux, John Kale, Steve Smith, Eric Ramsey, Lara Lomac. 




Eucuyo/Survey 



Survey Staff, Row one: Alison Zahler, Jenny 
Mason, Michele Yee, Liz Oroz, Heidi Sacko. 
Row two: Bill Castrovince, Curt Spencer, Kris 
Hren, Emily Smayda. 



Learning About Government 

Model U N teaches world politics 




Model U N members. Row one: Heidi Martin, June U, Sunny U, Mr. Collins. Row Two: Kevin 
Vance, Ken Lux, Brian Ashman, Eric Ramsey. Row three: Dan Francetic, Bill McGuinness. 




Model \y9i: June U, Steve Sirk, Doug Hyne, Phil Walczak, Meredith Fitzgerald, Mr. Collins, Brian 
Ashman, Emily Smayda, Anthony Cirino, Kristina Motiejunas. 



i 



Model U. N. 



Hey, future ambassadors, 
politicians and corporate 
executives! If you had in- 
terests such as these then the 
Model U.N. would have been a 
great club. It was an organiza- 
tion run by college and high 
school students throughout the 
nation. It was essentially like the 
real United Nations but run by 
students. Last year, the club 
members got the chance to un- 
derstand and try to solve world 
problems both economical and 
political. They won excellent 
recognition for their efforts at 
the Cleveland Council. This year 
the Chairperson was Sunny U. 
Helen Chen was in charge of the 
economics session and Lisa Ba- 
ber was secretary. Last year's se- 
niors instilled a strong founda- 
tion for this year's members on 
which to build. 

-Sunny U 



Sunny U explains a process while Dan Francetic looks on. 




A Year In Print 

Yearbook recaps school year with finesse 



Think ahead some 30 years 
from now. What will be 
the only remains of your 
four high school years besides 
the memories? The answer is in 
your hand. The yearbook re- 
freshens the memories when 
they start to fade. This is the 
staff that diligently worked to 
assemble this collection of 1988- 
89 memories into a book. Mr. 
Von Benken advised the staff on 
the "ways of the deadline" while 
keeping all of the potentially 
ripping seams in place. 

This years' book is a very spe- 
cial one for two reasons. Firstly, 
this marks the 40th edition of 
the Euclidian. Secondly, a touch 
of class was added with a colored 
Senior section. 

-Bill Castrovince 



Clockwise: Sunny U, Heidi Martin, Bill Castro- 
vince, Helen Chen, Jenny Jones, Julie Groves, 
Heidi Sacko, Kristen Weber, Cindy Jerele and 
Chris Clark piecing the pages together. 





Euclidian Staff, Row one: Doug Matiaska, Bill Castrovince, Kris Hren, Kathy Kushma, Dwayne 
Sattler, Erica Richards, Julie Groves, Kristen Weber. Row two: Stevie Dejong, Kelly Hyne, Marie 
Sheridan, Beth Schafer, Jenny Mason, Betsy Cayne, Heidi Sacko. Row three: Sunny U, Helen Chen, 
Heidi Martin, Lara Lomac, Mike Betts, Emily Smayda, Kim Taylor, Chris Miranda. 







Synchro Splashing 

A magnificent siiow in H two O. 



If you were wondering what Wai 
Napolo is, it is a synchronized 
swim club. The members put on a 
two night show at the end of April. 
Everyone starts practice in January for 
the big show. This year's theme was 
"Water Reels" which let the members 
choose songs from the movies. This 
year the club was blessed with many 
new students. Hopefully, they will 
continue the traditions set down by 
the eight departing seniors. Senior 
show director, Vicky Jaworsky, said 
that she had a wonderful four years 
and wished good luck to the 1990 Wai 
Napolo Club. 

-Julie Groves 




Wai Napolo Row one: C Conde, J. Groves, D. Gron, C. Day. Row two: E. Fox, C. 
Young, S. Gezann, K. Caric, S. Cencic, K. Carney, K. Taylor, C. Cecelic, K. Konrad, V. 
Jaworsky, S Bierer, D. Kirchner, L. Swope, L. Bock. 




Senior Follies 

Seniors get a chance to show off their talent 



Success was stamped all 
over this year's senior tal- 
ent night. Seven was a 
magic number - the show having 
seven masters of ceremonies and 
seven super acts ranging from 
"Master Blaster's" jazz to magic 
to the rythmic "Groove Me", 
from "Summer Nights" to "Cru- 
el Fate." Comedy crew was, as a 
understatement, very well liked 
for the endless laughter they 
brought. The longest, most pop- 
ular and most "tearful" act 
starred the entire senior class on 
their eighteen year trip to the 
present, in the slide show. Glu- 
ing all these pieces together into 
their picture of perfection were 
directors Miss Sandi Bambic and 
Miss Sue Amato. 

The original goal of talent 
night, raising money for prom, 
seemed a sideline to the crazi- 
ness and fun on stage. 

The realization that their se- 
nior year, the last year together, 
was at hand began to sink in. 
The long hours together were 
cherished; the time was spent as 
a family working toward the 
goal of having the best show 
possible. The formula worked as 
large crowds reappeared on all 
three nights to see the real talent 
of the class of '89. 

Lots of money was made as a 
by product of the friendships 
and memories made of their 
night in the spotlight! 

-Heidi Martin 



Background is "Groove Me" with Tawfi 
and Wali Bell. 




"Master Blaster" had Sally Bierer, 
Domenic Gubitosi, Bill Kunes, 
Vince Riha, Jim Segulin, Dave 
Bauer, Shaun Pall, Tom Reynolds, 
Joe Cesa, Roger Kunes, Molly 
Miller, Dave Cupar and Mark 
Tomsic. 




"Summer Nights" had Vernard Adams, Dianne Baird, Michael Betts, Sally Bierer, 
Kay Corrigan, Meg Fair, Missy Long, Jennifer Mason, Mary Sweet, Jeff Syroney, 
Jenny Waltermire and Jen Welker. 



Senior Talent Night 




i "Cruel Fate" with Mike Blasius, Steve Eichhorn, Mike Holloman, Mike Pio- 
trowski and Anthony Tirabassi 

"Magic Act" with Jeff Simon 
and Annie Cirino. 




Announcers Jin\ Braidic and Bill 
Karabinus. 



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"Let's Get Paid" with Regina Boyd, Bridgette Colemon, Greg Den- 
nis, Lucretia Dillard, Nikki Farmer, Jennifer Krasnik, Rashawn 
Williams and Tasha Williams. 





'Cheerleaders' Brian Hughes, Mike Kitchen, Mark Morek, Greg 
Henderson, Max Kozlowski and Matt Hopkins. 



"The Locomotion" with Kim Konrad, Lisa Anderson and Vicky Jaworsky. 



Senior Talent Night 




Xelly Hyne gets ready to receive a serve. 





The 1988-89 sports year at Euclid High School 
proved to be very succesful. The new "pay to 
play" clause did little to dampen the spirits of 
this year's players. Many upperclassmen turned out to 
participate in the athletic program and the continua- 
tion of the complete freshmen sports programs made it 
possible for students of all grade levels to participate 
in interschool competition. With the passage of the 
levy in November, Euclid's money problems have 
been postponed for the present. Euclid may now 
dream again for the future. We can only hope that 
Euclid will be able to continue its winning ways in the 
years to come. 



John Colbert getting ready for baseball season 




Scott Duke teeing off. 



Euclid's awesome offense on the field. 



Sports Divider 



SPORT 



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The Euclid defense waits for tKe next chance at the opposing quarterback. 



The soccer team held their opponents at bay. 




The soccer team waiting for the ball. 



The girls' volleyball kept the action in the air. 



Sports Divider 



Lots Of Offense 

Team scores most points in Euclid's history 



This year's Euclid High School foot- 
ball team was nothing short of ex- 
traordinary. The panthers broke re- 
cords that have been set at Euclid for 
years. The team destroyed nearly every 
team that stood in their way. Fans would 
come hoping for a hard, tough ball game 
but frequently would be thrilled by the 
electricity of a soaring Panther score early 
in the game. The defense was tough and 
hard hitting throughout the year and the 
offense generated its own lightning with 
fantastic, dashing runs and high flying 
touchdown passes. 

The offense led by quarterback Rick Er- 
win rewrote eight standing school records. 
The records included total yards, average 
yards gain, number of touchdowns, points 
scored, yards rushing, average rush, num- 
ber of rushing touchdowns and a second 
consecutive Greater Cleveland Conference 
Championship. A season long goal of the 
offense was to upset the standing total 
yard record of 3,299 set in 1986. The of- 
fense reached their goal by rolling to 3,536 
yards, surpassing the old record by 237 
yards. The offense achieved this goal with 
outstanding backs, talented recievers, and 
skilled linemen. This year's offense defin- 
itly proved to be excellent. With the likes 
of Robert Smith and other talented players 
returning next year, the team will give the 
record books a run for the money once 
again. 

The defense, led by captains Steve Taj- 
giszer, Bruce Hardman, Mike Barnes, and 
Mike Kitchen, proved to be one of the 
toughest defenses in the area. They domi- 
nated the G.C.C. only giving up a total of 
1,020 yards. Throughout the season the 
tough panther defense only gave up 1,654 
yards and allowed only two passing 
touchdowns. The defense held all oppo- 
nents to a scoring minimum which helped 
the team outscore its opponents 375 to 73. 
They lead the league in interceptions with 
nineteen. They allowed only eleven touch- 
downs all year and delivered some of the 
most furocious hits this school has ever 
seen. This year the team will graduate sev- 
eral experienced, tough seniors. We are 
confident, however, that the upcoming ju- 
niors and seniors can meet the challenge 
that has been set by this outstanding 
group of athletes. 

This year's Panther Football team will 
not be soon forgotten. The seniors on the 




Steve Tajgiszer in thought between plays. 



Kevin Gaines, above, and Robert Smith, be- 
low, running the ball. 




Another high flying Friday night 



team can proudly boast of an outstanding 
career record of 37-5 which dates back to 
the first game of freshman football in the 
fall of 1985. Since then the team has 
clinched two consecutive G.C.C. champi- 
onships and two consecutive Division I 
State Playoff berths. I believe that I can 
speak for the entire team in saying that 
the four years playing for Euclid have 
been great and that we will never forget 
them. It is now up to the juniors and se- 
niors of next year to continue the legacy 
which has been started here at Euclid. We 
are confident they can do it and we are 
behind them 100%. As for the seniors, the 
school thanks them for great athletic abili- 
ty and commends them on their outstand- 
ing career here at Euclid. 

-Matt Hopkins #65 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 



35 


Cleve. Hts. 


12 


12 


St. Ignatius 


21 


14 


Massillon/Jackson 





69 


Bedford 


21 


42 


Brush 


7 


58 


Mayfield 





42 


North 





42 


Mentor 


12 


34 


Maple 





35 


South 






SEASON RECORD WON 9 
LOST 1 
GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 
LEAGUE FINISH 1st 



Football 



farsity was one of the best in Euclid's history 




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Varsity Football; Row one: M. Kitchen, P. Ward, B. Hughes, S. Rashid, M. Sheck, J. Herbst, G. Henderson, J. King. Row two: J. PugUese, M. Sheck, C. 
Nolan, P. Schwenke, R. Pignatiello, T. Banc, M. Barnauskas, D. Wensing, M. Ressolla, B. March. Row three: R. Williams, R. Sink, K. Boncela, S. Pinta, 
I. Stipkovich, E. Sugar, J. Parsons, C. Mannelo. Row four: B. Buris, M. Scarniench, R. Erwin, E. Zivnoska, E. Nebe, K. Melaney, J. Cindric, K. Walter. 
Row five: M. Chinchar, M. Hopkins, C. Murowski, B. Laurenson, M. Morek, G. Juratic, M. Barnes, M. Kozlowski. Row six: K. Gaines, D. Pekar, S. Taj- 
giszer, C. Cummings, B. Hardman, D. Ussai, J. Tucci. Row seven: R. Smith, T. Adams, M. Mazzei, E. Powers, T. Roscoe, J. Wandersleben, D. Hansen, 
r. Gilham. 



Robert J Phelps 




Season Summary 



Mike Barnes and Robert Smith rushing. Rick Er- 
win passing, Tom Zovko kicking extra points, the 
defense shutting down the run and Robert Smith 
being congratulated by coach Banc for scoring an- 
other touchdown. 




Explosive offense and stingy defense 




Euclid Football Coaches Row one: M. Rezzolla, P. Schwenke, M. 
Barnauskas, R. Pignatiello. Row two: D. Wensing, T. Banc, C. No- 
lan, M. Scheck. 



A signal that Euclid saw many times this year. 





Football 



Brian Hughes getting ready to start the 
Mayfield rout. 




Mike Barnes, Robert Smith and Tyrone Gilham get the early jump on Mayfield. 




Talk about intensity, notice the water 
vapor coming off Bruce Hardman's 
head. 




Mike Barnes, Darren Pekar, Terry Roscoe and Rick 
Erwin relaxing during a game 




By the end of the game there was not much intensity on the 
sidelines. 






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One of the few times that Rick Erwin 
had to punt. 



Robert Smith. The name doesn't 
seem to be anything special, but 
the person Robert Smith is cer- 
tainly special. Probably no athlete the the 
history of Euclid High School is as well 
known. And yet he is only a junior. He 
has one more year. Last year he was Co- 
MVP in the GCC, but this year he had it 
all to himself. When one read the football 
articles in the newspapers during the sea- 
son one name was always mentioned, 
Robert Smith of Euclid. The standard by 
which everyone else was compared. He 
made the News Herald and Plain Dealer 
Player-of-the-week but deserved to get it 
every week. He scored 126 points during 
the season which is more (by 48) than any- 
one else in the greater Cleveland area. He 
gained 1564 yards throughout the season 
which is the most yards ever gained by 
someone at Euclid High School. As im- 
pressive as his statistics were one has to 
remember that with the exception of the 
one loss he seldom saw action in the third 
and fourth quarters. One has to wonder 
what the scores would have been had he 
played the entire game. 

Watching him run was a truly enjoyable 
experience. To see him cut between two 
defenders that thought they had him and 
end up in the end zone was really exciting. 
His mere presence on the field was intimi- 
dating to some teams. After Bedford punt- 
ed their first two times and Robert ran the 
punts back for touchdowns they were no- 
ticeably shaken. Whenever they punted 
they angled the ball away from him and 
were coming up with ten and fifteen yard 
punts. 

Robert is a very intelligent young man 
who is taking Honors classes and seems to 
know where he is going. Next year he is 
probably going to be the most heavily re- 
cruited player in the Cleveland area or 
maybe even the state. If he can keep his 
head on straight he will be able to go far 
with his life. To watch him run with the 
football is a truly memorable experience. 
As one spectator told coach Banc, "I'm not 
a Euclid fan, I'm a Robert Smith fan. 



Run Robert Run 

For second year Robert Smith MVP GCC 




A sample of runs during victories over Maple Hts. and South. 




Football 



Euclid Players Shine 

■uclid had many players on AH G.C.C. 




The offense on the move. 







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Rick Erwin back to pass 
against Mayfield. 



Football 



I^^T ot only have the Euclid Pan- 
I ^1 thers achieved the number 
X JL one spot in the Greater Cleve- 
land Conference but a select group 
has also been recognized for a special 
first All G.C.C. team. These players 
have earned this honor through their 
continuous outstanding performance. 
The following players have been cho- 
sen: Steve Tajgiszer (linebacker), 
Mark Morek (linebacker), Darren Pe- 
kar (defensive lineman), Robert Smith 
(offback of the year), Bruce Hardman 
(offensive lineman), and Mike Barnes 
(fullback). 

-Kathy Kushma 



Coach Swenke advises Terry Roscoe and Darren Pekar as 
John Tucci fills Patrice Ward in. 




Steve Tajgiszer and 
Tom Adams: pic- 
tures of intensity. 



JV Football: Stars Of Tomorrow 



J. V. FOOTBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


15 Cleve. Hts. 





13 St. Ignatius 


8 


18 Massillon/Jackson 


18 


19 Bedford 


12 


7 Brush 


18 


14 Mayfield 


6 


23 North 





7 Mentor 


6 


21 Maple 





27 South 


7 


SEASON RECORD WON 


8 


LOSTl 




TIE 1 




GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH first 





The Junior Varsity football 
team had an excellent season 
while posting a six and one 
mark and finishing first in the 
GCC. They were able to exhibit a 
lot of new talent that should be a 
benefit for the varsity in future 
years. 




JV Football Row one: R. Thigpen, K.. Walter, E. Zivnoska, C. CiuUa. Row two: T. Shaw, V. Curry, D. Scott, 
C. Griffin, J. Coleman. Row three: B. Germane, D. Sheck, J. Carroll, C. Brooks, B. Morris, K. Kozlowski. 
Row four: M. Holly, S. Smith, B. Irby, S. Gould, J. Richards, D. Woullard, M. Pasquale. Row five: M. 
Berzin, R. Zele, R. Slusarski, J. McCaleb, M. Sheridan, J. Roach, H. Andrews. 




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A quarterback's nightmare 



A defense that always hit first. 





"All in favor of an option play, raise 
your hand. " 



A quarterback's dream. 



J. V. Football 



Darnell Cole's run keeps the drive 
alive. 



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Future In The Freshmen 

Frosh team get their chance to shine 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 

20 Memorial 12 

12 South 18 
Maple 26 

13 Mayfield 
Brush 44 
North 

12§ Bedford 20 

SEASON RECORD WON 2 
LOST 5 



The Freshmai^B^ball team 
lad a disappointing year while 
posting a two and five record. 
One can only hope that there 
will be enough talent in the ju- 
nior varsity and the new stu- 
dents who will be coming up 
from the middle schools to en- 
able the football program to re- 
main as strong in the future as it 




Freshman Football 



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Sock It To 'Em 

Euclid soccer kicked around some opponents 



The Varsity Soccer team 
had a positive year. They 
finished in fourth place 
in the league. Thanks to all the 
seniors who made this season a 
winning one. Good luck to all 
the returning and new players 
who are on next year's team. 

Increasing from last year's re- 
cord, the J.V. Soccer team had a 
great year. Mike Durbin, their 
coach, was very proud. 

The Freshman Soccer team, 
coached by Jim Presot, had a 
great year. Their season record 
increased largely from last year. 
Coach Presot was happy with 
their record. They finished the 
season with a positive attitude 
and a possible championship for 
next year. 

-Susan Jurisevic 




Varsity Soccer Row 1: D. Kramer, C. Barstow, P. Kostan, D. DiBartolomeo, M. Dujmovic. Row 2: J. 
Gibbons, T. Raguz, R. Kunes, M. Fifolt, B. Kunes, T. Zovko, J. Presot. Row 3: E. Puhalj, B. Pockar, 
D. Cvitkovic, M. Bartulovic, J. Turpin, R. Crombie. Row 4: A, Dujmovic, J. Miller, D. Sargent, J. 
Colbert, E. Sugar. 



VARSITY SOCCER 






J. V. SOCCER 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


6 Madison 




5 


3 


Madison 


1 


2 Lakewood 




3 


1 


Lakewood 


2 


1 Hawken 










Hawken 


4 


5 South 




5 





South 


2 


7 Lake Catholic 




2 


2 


Lake Catholic 


1 


1 North 




5 





North 


3 


1 Mayfield 




5 


3 


Mayfield 


1 


Mentor 




1 


4 


Mentor 


1 


4 Brush 




2 


4 


Brush 


1 


4 South 




2 


2 


South 


1 


3 North 




2 





North 





1 Mayfield 




2 


3 


Mayfield 


2 


1 Mentor 




4 





Mentor 


3 


3 Brush 




3 


3 


Brush 


2 


2 Orange 




1 


1 


Orange 


3 


4 St. Joseph 




2 


3 


St. Joseph 


3 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 8 


8 LOST 6 






LOST 6 




TIE 2 






TIE 2 






GCC RECORD 


WON 


3 


GCC 


RECORD 


WON 6 


LOST 5 






LOST 3 




TIE 2 






TIE 1 







FRESHMAN SOCCER 
EUCLID OPPONENT 



5 Hawken 





7 Solon 


2 


2 Brush 





4 Shaker 


2 


7 Lake Catholic 


1 


1 Shaker 





1 South 


1 


9 Cleve. Hts. 


2 


1 North 


3 


Univ. School 


5 


7 Brush 


2 


5 Lake Catholic 





1 North 


3 


3 South 


1 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 10 


LOST 3 




TIEl 






J. V, Soccer Row one: K. Newman, J. Socha, M Dujmovic, A. Logar, B Karnak, P. Lu\. Row two: D 
Radachy, M Tomsic, T Raguz, G. Quinn, J. Chinni. Row three:T Zovko, T Terlizzi,M Schwartz, 
M. Toth, R Crombie 



Freshman Soccer Row one: S. Barstow, W. Eppich, J. Thome, M. Dane. Row two: B. Kramer, M. 
Tomsic, J. Phillis, T. Bruketa, D. Baioni. Row three: J. Preset, T. TerUzzi, E. Swanson, M. 
DiBartolomeo, S. Gray. 




Chris Barstow shows how he can bal- 
ance a ball on his head. 






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Marko Bartulovic goes heels over 
head for soccer. 





Spiking Out 



Girl's volleyball has a difficult season 



Volleyball season fell upon 
E.H.S. once again and the girls 
were called to duty. Many new 
faces played for Euclid on the 
freshman team, while some re- 
turned for their second, third , 
and fourth consecutive years in 
the junior and varsity teams. 
These girls pulled together with 
all of their unique skills to form 
some good teams. They played 
an interesting season, continual- 
ly bouncing back from many 
losses. The spectators hope they 
can combine their skills next 
year for an even better seasaon. 
-Lisa Hunt 





Brandy Reichman goes in for a 
spike. 



Varsity Volleyball Row one: J. Kozlowski, D. Risko, S. Hamilton, K. Kubinski, C. Gallagher, Ro 
two: Pat Buck, M. Reed, K. Hodder, J. Lewin, J. Slattery, G. Raia. Row three: Dan Maxson, C.| 
Turkall, J. Hiser, V. Fumich, C. Subel, C. Focareto. 



Tiffany Tekieli serves as Laura Montagner 
watches. 



Volleyball 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


15,5,15 Regina 


4,15,10 


15,6,3 Brush 


9,15,15 


15,12,15 Mayfield 


13,15,10 


6,0 North 


15,15 


0,4 Mentor 


15,15 


16,5,9 Solon 


14,15,15 


15,7,15 Maple 


7,15,9 


11,15,13 South 


15,9,15 


15,15 Bedford 


11,11 


4,3 Brush 


15,15 


15,15 Mayfield 


11,11 


14,11 North 


16,15 


4,12 Mento 


15,15 


2,11 Maple Hts. 


15,15 


15,4,5 South 


4,15,15 


15,15 Bedford 


7,2 


6,15,15 St. Joe. 


15,12,13 


8,15,15 Lake Cath. 


15,8,8 


11,8 N. Olmstead 


15,15 


7,4 Cleve. Hts. 


15,15 


15,16,10 Brooklyn 


7,14,15 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 8 


LOST 14 




G.G.C. RECORD 


WON 5 


LOST 9 




LEAGUE FINISH FIFTH 





Row 1: J. Kozlowski, T. Bruno, K. Hodder, C. Focareto, C, Gallagher. Row two: Pat Buck, C 
Kubinski, L. Montagner, B. Reichman, 5. Hamilton. Row three: Dan Maxson, L. Mazzei, J. 
Kacperski, M. Dejonge, V, Fumich, G. Raia. 




J.V. VOLLEYBALL 

EUCLID OPPONENT 



FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 
EUCLID OPPONENT 



5,15,15 


Regina 


15,6,5 


9,5 


South 


15,15 


15,9,11 


Brush 


10,15,15 


9,15,15 


Cleve.Hts. 


15,9,12 


8,15,15 


Mayfield 


15,3,10 


7,2 


North 


15,15 


14,6 


North 


16,15 


1,9 


Memorial 


15,15 


2,8 


Mentor 


15,15 


0,15,15 


Ridge 


15,4,9 


15,1,4 


Solon 


13,15,15 


5,15,15 


Brush 


15,5,9 


12,10 


Maple Hts. 


10,10 


8,15,16 


Shore 


15,10,14 


15,7,15 


South 


12,15,12 


2,10 


South 


15,15 


13,15,12 


Bedford 


15,12,15 


9,16,15 


Cleve.Hts. 


15,14,10 


15,16 


Brush 


11,14 


6,8 


North 


15,15 


1,15,15 


Mayfield 


15,13,11 


11,0 


Memorial 


15,15 


8,15,16 


North 


15,12,14 


8,5 


Ridge 


15,15 


2,4 


Mentor 


15,15 


14,9 


Brush 


16,15 


3,8 


Maple Hts. 


15,15 


15,5,15 


Shore 


8,15,11 


15,11,10 


South 


3,15,15 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 6 


5,15,19 


Bedford 


15,3,17 


LOST 10 






SEASON RECORD 


WON 7 


GCC RECORD 


WON 4 


LOST 9 






LOST 10 






G.G.C ] 


RECORD 


WON 6 








LOST 8 













Freshman Volleyball Row one: T. Medved, K. Phipps, K. 
McCandless, V. Domanick, L. Keaveney. Row two: Pat 
Buck, J Zele, K Candow, J Zele, G Raia. Row three: Dan 
Maxson, A Garbmcus, S Jakopanec, S. Gilbride. 



J.V. setting up a point. 



Volleyball 




Girls Swinging li 

Girls make it through a tough yeat 



Although this season wasn't a 
very successful one for the Eu- 
clid Panther Girls' Tennis 
Team, each player had a terrific time 
in the spirit of the game. Led by Coach 
Pete Swope and co-captains Chris 
Oboczky and Heather Morrison, the 
Pantherettes tried their hardest in 
each match and showed some definite 
improvement by the end of the sea- 
son. Unfortunately, except for sopho- 
more June U and junior Jennifer Ma- 
son, the rest of the team will graduate 
come June. The team was rounded out 
by Beth Schafer, Kelly Hyne, Michele 
Yee, Liz Oroz, Sunny U, and Kelly 
Higgins. At the close of the season, 
Chris Oboczky was named Most 
Valuable Player and Michele Yee was 
named Most Improved Player. The 
Euclid Girls' Tennis Team personified 
the Panther spirit of competition and 
enjoyment. 

-Jennifer Mason 



GIRL'S TENNIS 




EUCLID OPPONENT 





Beaumont 


5 





Kenston 


5 





Lake Cath. 


5 





Mayfield 


5 


2 


South 


3 





Wickliffe 


5 





Geneva 


5 


3 


Rich. Hts. 


2 





Lakewood 


5 


2 


Regina 


3 





Magnificat 


5 


1 


St. Joseph Acad. 


4 





Mentor 


5 


2 


Normandy 


3 


1 


Notre Dame 


4 





Brush 


5 


1 


Beachwood 


4 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 1 


LOST 16 




GCC RECORD 


WON 


LOST 4 




LEAGUE 


FINISH 


FOURTH(TIE) 






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Michele Yee returning the 
ball. 



Girl's Tennis Row one: Sunny U, June U, Michele Yee, Jennifer 
Mason. Row two: Liz Oroz, Beth Schafer, Chris Oboczky, Coach 
Duane Foy. Row three: Heather Morrison, Kelly Hyne, Kelly 
Higgins. 




Kelly Hyne, Chris Oboczky and June U showing different stances on the court. 



Girl's Tennis 



Jnksmen Fall Short 

Ito glory for the seniors 




After last years second place finish, 
the Euclid golfers had hoped to accom- 
plish more than a tie for fourth place in 
the G.C.C. This year's team, comprised 
of 4 seniors, 1 junior, 1 sophomore, and 1 
freshmen, got off to a rough and 5 start. 
They finally got their act together and by 
the end of the season finished with 6 
wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie. 

Captain Scott Duke lead the team with 
a 41 average, Jason Straub had a 44, Joe 
Solnosky, 45, John Shivak, 46, and Jeff 
Simenc had a 48. Phill Sillia, the team's 
number six man, played in five matches 
and shows great promise for next year's 
team. Tim Pae showed dramatic im- 
provement and is looking forward to the 
1989 golf season. 

-John Shivak and Scott Duke 



l^olf Team Row one: Jeff Simenc, Phillip Sillia. Row two: John Shivak, Joe 
Solnosky, Scott Duke, Jason Straub, Mike Raicevich. 



Scott Duke, Joe Solnosky, Jeff Simenc and Phillip Sillia 
practicing. 



GOLF 








EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


168 


Bedford 




165 


173 


Brush 




170 


171 


Mayfield 




166 


169 


North 




166 


196 


Mentor 




174 


174 


Maple 




196 


169 


South 




170 


174 


Bedford 




165 


172 


Brush 




172 


187 


Mayfield 




188 


168 


North 




171 


181 


Mentor 




159 


170 


Maple 




179 


179 


South 




182 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 7 


LOST 7 






TIE 1 








GCC 


RECORD 




WON 6 


LOST 7 






TIEl 








LEAGUE FINISH FOURTH 





John Shivak practicing his swing. 
Golf 




This Cross Country season started off to a 
foul start when the Euclid boys lost to 
Chardon in their first dual meet. After 
being plagued by inconsistent performances the 
guys gave a hint that they meant to accomplish 
something when led by Bob Bell and co-captain 
Lee Taurman they gave Regional Champion 
Mentor the toughest dual meet the Champs had 
had in a long time losing by only nine points. 
Despite losing co-captain Doug Mehls to back 
problems, the boys' team went on to win the 
North Coast Invitational and take second place 
at the University School Invitational the very 
next day. The Euclid boys finished second in the 
Greater Cleveland Conference. On First Team 
All-G.C.C. were seniors Lee Taurman and Dan 
Francetic while juniors Bob Bell and Bob Jones 
were on Second Team All-G.C.C. The guys fin- 
ished third at the District meet moving on to 
Regionals where they finished eighth, three 
places short of moving on to the state meet. The 
Most Valuable Runner was Lee Taurman, the 
Most Improved Bob Jones, and the Outstanding 
Sophomore Mike Carney. 

-Shannon Kelly 

BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY 
EUCLID 



Streaking To Second 

Boys finish second 




Chardon 

Bedford 

South 

Mayfield 

Maple 

Mentor 

North 

Brush 

West Geuga 

AvonLake Inv. 

Walsh Inv. 

St.Joseph 

Malone Distance 

North Coast Inv. 

University 

Coaches Classic 

GCC Championship 

Lorain Inv. 

District 

Regional 

SEASON RECORD 



Running Away 

Girl's cross country tie for second 



GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 
EUCLID OPPONENT 




24 Chardon 


33 


29 West Geauga 


26 


15 Mayfield 


50 


21 Maple Hts. 


38 


30 Mentor 


17 


18 South 


34 


15 Bedford 


50 


24 North 


31 


15 Brush 


49 


Avon Invit. 


2nd 


Walsh Tomahawk 


5th 


St. Joseph 


2nd 


Malone 


7th 


Northcoast 


2nd 


Coach's Classic 


7th 


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m 3rd 


Lorain *W^^^B 


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Regional 


5th 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 7 


LOST 2 flp 




GCC RECOCT 


WON 6 


LOST 1 W \ 




LEAGUE ■; 
SECOND(TIE) \ , 


FINISH 


fc 



Missy Rocco, Lee Jackson and Jill Tomas 
on the course. 



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Gill's Cross Country Row one: C. Orlic, T, 
Rocco, E. Richards, K. Mikich, J. Tomasi. 



Led by Sophomores Meredith 
Fitzgerald and India Ford the 
Euclid girls started the 1988 
season by beating Chardon. The 
girls' team went on to take second at 
the St. Joseph, Malone, Northeast 
Coast, and Walsh Invitationals with 
Meredith and India having the best 
Euclid individual finishes at Malone 
with second and third place finishes 
respectively. At the last dual meet of 
the year Meredith, India, captain 
Jeanette Sas, Lee Jackson, Lisa Mar- 
vin, Jill Tomasi, and Missy Rocco 
had lifetime best times that are 
among the top twenty best times 
ever run by Euclid girls. The girls 
finished third in the GCC meet and 
were tied for second in the GCC 
with a 6 and 1 record. At the District 
meet the Euclid team was third mov- 
ing on to Regionals where they fin- 
ished fifth, one place shy of goiing 
to state as a team, while Meredith 
and India qualified as individuals. 
At State India finished sixth and 
Meredith fifteenth out of more than 
120 runners. On First Team All- 
GCC were Meredith and India while 
J^nette was on Second Team AU- 
(3ZC. Co-Most Valuable Runners 
wrfere Meredith and India and Lisa 
Marvin the Most Inproved. 
a J -Shannon Kelly 



. Blasius, L. Collins, J. Sas, A. Kelly. Row two: M.j 
Row three: I. Ford, L. Jackson. 




Not Enough To Go Around 

Wrestling suffered from lack of participation 



What started out looking 
as a very promising 
season soon turned 
into an injury riddled problem 
with unlimited underclassmen 
filling the ranks on the varsity. 
With the large number of inju- 
ries to the varsity members it 
was sometimes impossible to fill 
all the weight slots in the JV 
matches and because of that 
there were many forfeits. Many 
of the wrestlers that were there 
did well but there were just too 
many vacancies. First year 
coach, Tim D'Anna said "The 
record doesn't reflect the ability 
and desire of the team." With 
this year being for experience for 
the underclassmen, next year 
looks promising. 

The Freshmen Wrestling team 
had a good season but also suf- 
fered from not enough people on 
the team which led to many for- 
feits. The talent coming up from 
the freshmen should help next 
year's varsity. 

-Doug Higham 



FRESHMAN WRESTLING 


42 Ridge 


20 


12 St. Edwards 


45 


30 Shore 


32 


20 South 


32 


36 Mayfield 


30 


Bedford 


forfeit 


18 Maple 


32 


42 Brush 


36 


42 North 


9 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 5 


LOST 4 


mmi. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


26 


Madison 


39 


9 


Lake Catholic 


53 


6 


Cleve. Hts. 


56 


36 


Bedford 


21 


35 


North 


36 


12 


Mayfield 


45 


30 


South 


36 


26 


Brush 


35 


9 


Mentor 


55 


8 


Maple 


62 


SEASON RECORD WON 


1 


LOST 9 




GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 6 


LEAGUE FINISH Seventh 







Dan Amato, one of the team's most successful 
wrestlers. 



m"^* 




Bill Scott and Nick Crubach on the mat. 



Wrestling 



Harold Andrews and Dan Luzny grappling 
with their opponents. 




Wrestling, Row one: Bernie Hohs, Buddy March, Mares Gomez, Mike LaManna, Pat Cirino, Damon Cummings, Joe Cesa, Steve Burke, Nick Burdock, 
Nick Orazem. Row two: Doug Higham, Mike Beck, Ken Gambatese, Jason Holland, Bill Scott, Nick Grubach, Jim King, Walter Johnson-Bey, Dave 
Sheck. Row three: Coach Tim D'Anna, Dan Amato, Dan Luzny, Dave Stephens, Mick Sheridan, Gerald Moore, Harold Andrews, Marc Parker, Scott 
Pinta, Coach Steve Knack. 




Jim King and Doug Higham fighting for con- Jason Holland and Dan Luzny on top for the 

trol while Mike LaManna looks his opponent moment while Ken Gambatese gives his oppo- Q^^y ^oore working on his opponent. 

in the eye. nent a lift. ^ 



Wrestling 



Another Super Season 

Boy's basketball has great season in GCC 



Last year's Varsity basket- 
ball team, finishir\g first 
in the GCC, left a tough 
record for this year's team to fol- 
low. And if following in the 
footsteps of last year's first place 
team wasn't difficult enough, 
the team had to do it with only 
Mike Guilfoyle as a returning 
starter. Somehow though, coach 
Doc Daugherty managed to re- 
build his team into another pow- 
erhouse of the GCC. With start- 
ers like Mike Guilfoyle, Terence 
Bush, Terry Roscoe, Terenz 
Parker and Eddie Powers, the 
team was able to come through 
in the GCC. A major advantage 
that coach Daugherty had was a 
strong bench so he could substi- 
tute freely and keep everyone 
fresh. The team did a lot of run- 
ning and passing and was ex- 
tremely exciting to watch. 

-Ricky Smith 



VARSITY BOYS 




BASKETBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


61 


Madison 


41 


67 


Cleve. Hts. 


57 


59 


Bedford 


66 


79 


North 


72 


89 


South 


70 


90 


Geneva 


63 


80 


Brush 


44 


72 


Mayfield 


59 


70 


Mentor 


67 


55 


Admiral King 


76 


98 


Maple 


79 


61 


Bedford 


53 


73 


Univ. School 


72 


91 


North 


70 


88 


South 


85 


77 


East 


49 


89 


Brush 


40 


65 


Mentor 


59 


75 


Maple 


63 


74 


Mayfield 


69 


SEASON RECORD WON 


18 


LOST 2 




GCC RECORD WON 13 LOST 

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LEAGUE FINISH First^^ 


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Terry Roscoe goes in for a rebound. 



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Coach Banc presented Robert Smith 
the "Mr. Football" award at the Bed- 
ford game. 



Mike Guilfoyle guarding the big man. Terenz Parker getting in on the action. 

Boy's Basketball 




Terry Roscoe, Terence Bush, Terenz Parker and Eddie Powers coming down the court. 



Boys Varsity Basketball and Basket- 
ball Aides, Row one: Greg Bachelor, 
Patrice Ward, Terence Bush, Rick 
Smith, Joe Meden, John Little. Row 
two: Tom Hoag, Bill McGuinness, 
Mike Guilfoyle, Ed Ryans, Marlon 
Moore, Scott DiFranco, Dan France- 
tic, John Cayne. Row three: Corri 
Turkall, Susi Jakopanec, Lisa Hawk, 
Kristen Loveless, Diane Cickavage, 
Christine Chiancone, Donna Hoag, 
Michelle Reed. Row four: Doc 
Daugherty, Coach Turkall, Dave Sar- 
gent, Terry Roscoe, Terenz Parker, Ed 
Powers, Rick Stringer, Tyrone Gil- 
ham, Chris Martin. 



The team being introduced at the be- 
ginning of the game. 



Mike Guilfoyle looking for a 
rebound. 



Boy's Varsity Basketball 




Shooting For Gold 

J. V. basketball posts excellent record 



Euclid High's J.V. basket- 
ball team had an excep- 
tional year led by Coach- 
Turkall. They won the majority 
of their games with their start- 
ing lineup of Matt Garbincus 
and Chuck Yurcich as guards, 
with backups Jason Weybrecht 
and Tim Hoffman. The forwards 
are Justin Daugherty and Mar- 
lon Moore. With freshman 
backups Ken Davis and Alvin 
Smith. The center being Joe Gor- 
nik and his backup Darryl East. 
Coach Turkall has been coach- 
ing for twenty-three years as 
well as teaching Math. 

Some feel the J.V. game is 
only a warmup to the bigger and 
better event of the Varsity team, 
but that's not the case at Euclid. 
When the J.V. game begins, the 
fans start to cheer, and the J.V. 
cheerleaders eagerly jump and 
clap. After watching our J.V. 
team put in all of their effort and 
hard work, it pays off with the 
J.V. boys walking off the court 
with another win for the eve- 



J.V. 


BOYS BASKETBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


59 


Madison 


26 


50 


Cleve. Hts. 


47 


26 


Bedford 


49 


51 


North 


34 


64 


South 


37 


65 


Geneva 


19 


49 


Brush 


33 


69 


Mayfield 


61 


53 


Mentor 


51 


54 


Admiral King 


66 


68 


Maple 


39 


53 


Bedford 


41 


45 


Univ. School 


42 


53 


North 


51 


58 


South 


40 


59 


East 


53 


43 


Brush 


28 


45 


Mentor 


49 


76 


Maple 


72 


73 


Mayfield 


38 


SEASON RECORD WON 


17 


LOST 3 




GCC RECORD WON 12 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH First 






Marlon Moore shoots while Justin Daugherty 
watches. 



Boy's J.V.Basketball, Row one: Darryl East, Al- 
vin Smith, Matt Garbincus, Russ Minter. Row 
two: Ken Walter, Derek Willis, Ed Zivnoska, 
Dennis Lesefky, Jody Trocheck, Dushawn Lo- 
max. Row three: Ken Kilgore, Jason Weybrecht, 
Charlie Yurcich, Tim Hoffman, Dave Lauver, 
Kennard Johnson-Bey. 



ning 



-Sheri Gezann 




Matt Garbincus dribbles in for 



Boy's Basketball 



Putting In Points 



Freshman Team Has Good Year 




John Vuyancih gets ready to shoot while Steve 
Lindsey gets ready for a rebound. 



FRESHMAN BOYS 




BASKETBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


38 Ridge 


43 


38 Shore 


34 


42 South 


24 


41 Mayfield 


37 


48 Bedford 


38 


28 Maple 


44 


53 Brush 


37 


41 Ridge 


39 


49 Shore 


45 


39 South 


31 


53 Mayfield 


38 


58 Bedford 


31 


43 Maple 


48 


47 Brush 


39 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 12 


LOST 4 





The ninth grade basketball 
team under coach Roy 
Pignatiello finished a su- 
cessful with a 12-4 mark.Cap- 
tains Brian Dunmire and David 
Grice along with John Vuyan- 
cich , Ed Bizay , Devan Jackson , 
Joe Sweet , Mike McDougall , 
and Steve Lindsey set a tone for 
the total team effort displayed 
by the squad. The highlight of 
the season saw the young Pan- 
thers avenge a earlier season loss 
to an undefeated Mentor Ridge 
team. The season ended with a 
tough loss to Maple Hts. in the 
Freshman Tournament. 




Boy's Freshmen Basketball, Row one: John Arlesic, Devan Jackson, Mike McDougall, Greg Wil- 
liams, Joe Ponsart. Row two: David Grice, Tim Haggerty, John Vuyancih, Kevin Flynt, Bill 
Wichert, Coach Roy Pignatiello. Row three: Brian Dunmire, Mark Cickavage, Ed Bizay, Joe Sweet, 
Joe Leonard!. 



John Vuyancich, Brian Dunmire, Mike 
McDougall and Dave Grice looking for the 
action. 



Fighting For Top Spot 

Girl's Varsity baslietbali tias great year 



The girl's varsity basket- 
ball team, coached by 
Terry Dubroy, finished 
the season with an excellent re- 
cord and finished among the 
leaders in the G.C.C. There were 
five seniors and five underclass- 
men. The seniors were Jennifer 
Davis who played center, Laura 
Zigman was a forward, Kelly 
Hyne was also a forward, Jean- 
ette Sas and Kelly Vanah as 
guards. The underclassmen were 
three juniors and two sopho- 
mores. The juniors were Tracy 
Prestigomo and Mia Harrison 
who were forwards, and Toni 
Chiudioni who was a guard. The 
sophomores were Colleen Bra- 
dach, a guard, and Terri Blasius, 
center. The team worked hard all 
season and did well despite los- 
ing the entire team from last 
year. 

-Cindy Jerele and Shawna 
Stevenson 



VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


60 


Beaumont 




40 


34 


Lake Cath. 




30 


45 


Gilmour 




46 


61 


Bedford 




33 


52 


North 




63 


46 


South 




51 


70 


Brush 




27 


64 


Mayfield 




27 


46 


Lake Catholic 




39 


43 


Mentor 




44 


59 


Maple Heights 




51 


70 


Bedford 




49 


50 


North 




43 


50 


West Geauga 




48 


58 


Brush 




31 


59 


Mayfield 




23 


43 


Mentor 




30 


31 


Canton McKinley 




62 


52 


Maple Heights 




41 


50 


South 




47 


SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 4 


GCC RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 




LEAGUE FINISH Co-Champs 




I^HMIH 






HHAniM 




Lady Panthers on a fast break. 




Girl's Basketball 



Coleen Bradach shoots the free throw as 
Toni Chiudioni prays. 




Girl's Varsity Basketball, Row one: Coleen Bradach, Tracy Prestigomo, Toni Chiudioni, 
Kelli Vanah. Row two: Jeanette Sas, Terri Blasius, Jennifer Davis, Kelly Hyne, Laurie 
Zigman. Not pictured: Mia Harrison. 



Coleen Bradach attempts the free throw as 
Toni Chiudioni looks on. 



Tracy Prestigomo 
shows she can reach 
almost as high as 
the Mayfield player. 




Terri Blasius watches Jeanette Sas get ready to take a shot. 
Girl's Varsity Basketball 



Shooting For Baskets 

J. V. supplies talent for years to come 



The Euclid Panthers Junior 
Varisty Basketball team 
coached by. Sue Drienka 
had a nice season going. They 
started out the season by losing 
their high scorer, Jill Slattery, at 
a home game against Mayfield. 
As Jill was hopitalized with a 
broken femur, that left room for 
Catinna Brewington to become 
the new scorer. The J.V. was able 
to finish the season with close to 
a .500 record using the following 
starters: Shelly Tobias at guard, 
Colleen Gallagher as the other 
guard, Jennifer Hiser at the pow- 
er forward, and Shanel Gibson 
as the other forward spot. The 
following girls made up the rest 
of the Euclid Panther squad: Dee 
Dee McGhee, Sue Hamilton, 
Chrissy Subel, Jackie Zele, 
Meghan Gorman, Kelli Kekic, 
and Andrea Colavecchio. 

The girls got a lot of experi- 
ence which should be useful to 
the varsity team for next year. 
-Darren Pekar 



J.V. 


GIRLS BASKETBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


42 


Beaumont 


30 


58 


Bedford 


36 


39 


North 


54 


37 


South 


52 


46 


Brush 


41 


47 


Mayfield 


27 


38 


Lake Catholic 


20 


41 


Mentor 


48 


23 


Maple Heights 


47 


37 


Bedford 


18 


29 


North 


34 


35 


West Geauga 


49 


46 


Brush 


40 


46 


Mayfield 


34 


26 


Mentor 


38 


14 


Canton McKinley 


25 


39 


Maple Heights 


37 


36 


South 


16 


SEASON RECORD WON 


10 


LOST 8 




GCC RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 




Jill Slattery showing her soccer skills. 

J.V. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Shelley Tobias, 
Sue Hamilton, Shanel Gibson, Colleen Gal- 
lagher. Row two: Natecia Washington, Jill Slat- 
tery, Catinna Brewington, Andrea Colavecchio, 
coach Sue Drienka. Row three: Jeannine Tho- 
me, Kelly Kekic, Deliska McGhee, Jennifer 
Hiser, Meghan Gorman. 




Jennifer Hiser going in for two. 



Girl's Basketball 



Young Shooters 

Freshmen get experience on the court 




-reshmen Girl's Basketball, Row one: Christina Pinzarroni, Denise Riedel, Renee Gembarski, Ann 
luggeri. Row two: Michelle Durket, Kelly Hodder, Leslie Richards, Jackie Zele. Row three: Amora 
-rancis, Karen Radachy, Angela McKean, Cheryl Waller, Chris Subel. 




This years Euclid Panthers 
Girls Basketball team 
seemed to have potential. 
When this young group of girls 
came to Euclid this year they 
made a choice to go out for bas- 
ketball and to work as a team. 
They didn't know their team- 
mates very well but they tried to 
work together. With being a 
champion team came hard work, 
sacrifice and endurance, which 
these girls seemed to have. These 
girls knew each other and recog- 
nized each others abilities as a 
basketball player as well as a 
person. These girls represented 
Euclid High School and its com- 
mitment to excellence. As the 
year continued these girls found 
themselves not only better bas- 
ketball players, but better stu- 
dents also. 

-Darren Pekar, Eric Haggins 
and Chris Clark 



Cheryl Waller and Karen Radachy watch Susan 
Pae dribble down the court. Christina Pinzar- 
roni drives while Kelly Hodder watches. 



FRESHMAN GIRL'S 




BASKETBALL 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


12 


North 


38 


19 


South 


43 


13 


Shore 


17 


15 


Ridge 


46 


16 


Magnificat 


32 


40 


Bedford 


11 


17 


Beaumont 


15 


13 


Brush 


25 


27 


South 


46 


22 


Shore 


23 


17 


Ridge 


42 


30 


Bedford 


17 


21 


Brush 


27 


SEASON RECORD 


WON 3 


LOST 10 





Karen Radachy dribbles while Christina Pin- 
zarroni watches Susan Pae try to find the 
handle. 



Girl's Basketball 



Running Around Inside 

Indoor track has another great season 



Led by Tarnell Thompson 
and Robert Smith, the in- 
door-run-ning Panthers 
continued their tradition of win- 
ning meets at home. These Pan- 
thers opened the season by 
soundly defeating Warrensville. 
Among the athletes starting the 
season were Thompson, Smith, 
Tawfig Akhir and, captain, Lee 
Taurman. These winter athletes 
made sure they left an impres- 
sion on visitors by being strong 
all-around and by cracking their 
opponents; however, not allow- 
ing their own team unity to be 
cracked. 

Strong sprinters were Thomp- 
son, Smith, Akhir, James 
Mixon, Ron Chandler, and 
Michael OTlynn along with 
strong distance runners Lee 
Taurman, Mike Carney, Bob 
Jones, Phil Arnold, and Dan 
Francetic. 

A strong but able girls' team 
was led by Leila Thomas and Jill 
Tomasi. 

-Shannon Kelly 




Indoor Track, Row one: Ken VVolcnbki, Tainell Thompson, Brian Jackson, Marijo Dujmoyic, 
Damon Cherne. Row two: Chris Mason, Lee Taurmann, Bobby Jones, Kevin Vance, Joe Goerndt, 
James Mixon. Row three: Shannon Kelly, Sue Juricevic, Kevin Corbett, Tawfiq Akhir, Mike 
Carney, Lorenzo Norris, Leila Thomas. Row four: Coach Ramlow, Dwayne Baker, Domenic Rocco, 
Phil Arnold, Tom Bornemann, Vernard Adams, Phil Walczak. 



INDOOR TRACK 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


89 


Warrensville 


39 


85 


St. Ignatius 


25 


94 


John Adams 


34 


103 


Shaker 


47 


103 


John Hay 


14 


103 


Lincoln West 


54 


103 


JFK 


7 


85 


Riverside 


25 


68 


Euclid Invt. 


2nd 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 


LOSTO 






Sean Allen, Phil Walczak, Nick Rocco 
Mike OTlynn going for speed. 

Indoor Track 



Bob Jones getting the baton from Phil Arnold. 
Robert Smith showing how he can hang from 
the ceiling. 



Slip Sliding Around 

Hockey team tries hard but comes up short 




Hockey team. Row one: Paul Runza, Walter Kuhen, Captain Tom Fitzpatrick, Joel Kerne, Leon 
Rozic, Matt McPeek. Row two: Matt Payne, Bill Karabinus, Jack Memecek, Harry Luikart, John 
Haggerty. Row three: Assistent Coach Martincic, Howard Tingley, Bob Bell, Captain Mark Blanc, 
Chuck Marvin, Tom Bornemann, Marc Fifolt, Coach Dixon. Not pictured: Jeff Brown, Dan 
Lombardo, Jason Heck. 




The Euclid Hockey Team 
started its 88-89 season 
with its third coach in 
four years. Head coach. Forest 
Dixon, brought in many new 
ideas for the team. They found 
success in the Elyria Tourna- 
ment, placing second, but bad 
habits on the part of the players 
caused them to fall short of their 
.500 goal. In division play, they 
defeated their rivals: Mentor, 2-0 
and Elyria, 8-3. The guys played 
better then last year and are 
looking forward to the next vic- 
torious season with the com- 
bined efforts of returning play- 
ers and incoming Freshman. 

-Bob Bell #12 



HOCKEY 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


4 Elyria 


7 


2 Lakewood 


9 


5 Valley Forge 


6 


Bay 


10 


1 Brooklyn 


10 


3 Mentor 


4 


3 Parma 


5 


4 Valley Forge 


5 


2 Normandy 


4 


6 Elyria 


5 


3 Valley Forge 


7 


1 Lakewood 


5 


3 Toledo Woodword 


2 


2 Bay 


9 


St. Joseph 


10 


8 Elyria 


3 


3 Lakewood 


8 


2 Mentor 





4 Garfield 


5 


6 Normandy 


3 


2 Parma 


5 


SEASON RECORD WON 


5 


LOST 16 





Bob Bell and Tom Fitzpatrick getting on the ice. 
Howard Tingley bringing the puck down. 



Joel Kerne, Bill Karabinus, Tom Fitzpatrick, 
Leon Rozic and John Haggerty on the ice. 



Hockey 



stroking To Victory i 

Boy's swimming tias an excellent season^ 



Rise and shine! It was 5:30 AM and 
time to get up and go to swim 
practice. Swimmers dedicated 
themselves to the idea that they had to 
practice early and late in order to achieve 
important goals, so it was not unusual to 
see people staggering into the building at 
6:00 AM. 

The 1989 Boy's swim team had a good 
season beating most teams in the GCC. 
The team consisted of many seniors. Co- 
captains were Mike LeQuyea and Matt 
Davis who were both starters in the best 
events. 

Mike LeQuyea, Tom Reynolds and 
Andy Logar brought in the major points 
in the distance events. The sprinters were 
Bill Kunes, Domenic Gubitosi and Howie 
Taylor. Breaststrokers were Tim Tobin, 
Joe Tressler, Mike DiBartolomeo, Paul 
Kostansek and Jim Segulin. Matt Davis 
was the man to beat in the Individual 
Medley and Doug Mehls was good in the 
butterfly. The diving team consisted of 
Ken Gilbert, Rob Terlizzi, Jason Socha 
and the twins Ed and Rob Galosi. The 
novices this year were Matt Schwartz, Ja- 
son Chinni, Matt Tomsic, Rob Schmeling 
and Mike Toth. Euclid High graduate, Lou 
Davis, experienced his first year as coach 
and was able to supply a winning edge to 
the team. 

-Tom Reynolds 



BOYS SWIMMING 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


121 St. Eds 


47 


130 Madison 


30 


58 University ■ 


114 


89 Beachwood 


83 


96 Fairview 


57 


107 Mayfield 


64 


109 Bay Village 


63 


94 Bedford 


78 


95 Shaw 


75 


105 Maple 


67 


79 Mentor 


93 


81 Brush 


91 


57.5 Berea 


114.5 




Boy's Swimming, Row one: Joe Tressler, John Burich, T.F. Reynolds, Kenneth Gilbert, Bob 
Schmeling. Row two: Phil Johnson, Tim Tobin, Keith Olszens, Jim Segulin, Doug Mehls, Matt 
Davis, Brian Henderson. Row three: Bill Kunes, Dom Gubitosi, Andy Logar, Dan DiBartolomeo, 
Matt Tomsic, Howard Taylor, Jason Chinni. Row four: Paul Kostansek, Craig Bush, Matt 
Schwartz, Mike Toth, Mike LeQuyea, Mike DiBartolomeo, Erick Swanson, Coach Lou Davis. 



Mike LeQuyea, Dan DiBartolomeo, Mark Tom- 
sic, Andy Logar and Tim Tobin checking their 
times. 




SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 4 
GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 




Dan DiBartolomeo watching Mike DiBarto- 
lomeo dive in. 



Lfl^PW 



Jim Segulin taking off. 



Boy's Swimming 




Swimmin' Wimmin' 

Girl's swim team finishes strong in GCC 





Girl's Swim Team, Row one: Karen Reed, Patty Lux, Amy Dehner, Denise Murphy, Lisa Anderson. 
Row two: Kirstin Esch, Jackie Thomas, Kim Miller, Heidi Ospelt, Megan Tobin. Row three: Molly 
Lauver, Sonia Cencic, Liz Mazzei, Sally Bierer, Kelli Newman, Samantha Spencer, Pat Hartman. 



The girl's swim team started out with a 
few uneven stitches this year; however, 
with only a handful of swimmers, the 
team began to pull through slowly but surely. 
Each girl contributed their best last fall which 
led to a well deserved victory. 

Winter days during the swim season were 
cold, but the path through the snow to the 
pool wore quickly. In late November, the 
Pantherettes began their day at 5:30 A.M. to 
get ready for their 6:00 A.M. practice. Morn- 
ing practice ended at 7:00 A.M. and then ev- 
eryone went to their classes. After 8th period, 
all of the swimmers traveled back to the pool 
for another two hour practice after which they 
returned home. The days were hard and long, 
but the smiles that were shared and the accom- 
plishments that were achieved were worth all 
of the strenuous work. 

As the season progressed, through the colds 
and the pulled muscles, these athletes built up 
their small quantity into extreme quality. The 
Pantherettes will be back next year to give 
their all for the Blue and Gold. 

-Sarah Bierer 




Watching with anticipation 



Patti Lux, Heidi Ospelt, Liz Mazzei, Mike Le- 
Quyea and Craig Bush relaxing between races. 





GIRL 


S SWIMMING 


EUCLID OPPONENT 


97 


Beaumont 75 


76 


Madison 93 


94 


Beachwood 54 


79 


Fairview 75 


81 


Mayfield 88 


106 


Bay Village 63 


93 


Bedford 79 


97 


Maple 74 


53 


Mentor 119 


88 


Brush 86 


60 


Berea 112 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 4 


GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH Second 



Denise Murphy waiting. 



Waiting for races. 

Girl's Swimming 



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The People Behind The Team 

Sports aides are there to back up the team. 




Ask any coach of one of 
Euclid's great sports' 
teams and they will tell 
you that they are necessary peo- 
ple that help them look so good. 
Who are these people? They are 
the sports aides. They keep sta- 
tistics, times, and wrap sprained 
ankles. Sports aides show their 
Panther spirit by attending ev- 
ery practice and game, rooting 
their teams on, and urging them 
not to give up. So when those 
coaches look so good remember 
the people standing quietly in 
the background. 

-Shannon Kelly 



Football Aides Row one: D. Cickavage, J. Mayerhoffer, R 
Turner. Row two: G. Meaney, J. Lardomita, A. Zingale. 



Jeannie Mayerhoffer, Diane Cick- 
avage and Bridgette Lang watch- 
ing the team on the field. 




Brian Hughes missed a 
game, Jack Lardomita 
and Diane Cickavage 
aid player. 



Darren Pekar assisted 
off the field, football 
aides prepare for the 
game, Mike Sheridan 
and Max Kozlowski 
console injured Keith 
Tadiello. 




Mr. Pignatiello trying to get a point across. 




Mrs. Hodgins working with her students. 



The Euclid High School staff was made up of very 
special people. They worked hard in providing all that 
was needed by the students. As always, the teachers 
were very willing to help out in any possible way, 
whether it was academic or extracurricular, they took 
time out to help their students. 

Julie Groves said that "the counselors did a much 
better job of scheduling this year and there seemed to 
be a lot fewer errors". 

The administration's shortening of the class change 
time to four minutes did not seem to affect whether or 
not a student could get to class. 

-Sunny U 



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Is this Mr. Backos or Mr. Back c? 



Mrs. Carlson instructing. 



Mr. King in his clean shop. 



Academics Divider 



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Mr. Petrovic picking the winning entry. Mr. Raicevich geteting ready for a classroom presentation. Mr. Godfrey setting the tempo. 




Mr. Jablonski showing how much he enjoys his 
class. 



Mr. Walsmith hanging around a Mr. Sarich likes to stand above his students, 

chalkboard. 



Academics Divider 



Euclid's Leaders 




Euclid School's Administration; Ron Victor: Business Manager, Robert William McGuinness, 

McLaughlin: Director of Pupil Personnell, Lowell Davis: Treasurer, Carl Principal. 

Hilling: Superintendent of Schools, John Fell: Director of Curriculum. 



Justin Antonini, 
Associate Principal. 




Euclid Board of Education: Edward Carpenter: President, Dave Lawrence, 
Kay Van Ho, George Mazzaro: Vice President, Dan Flowers. 



Ben Pasquale, 

Twelfth Grade Unit Principal. 



William Medvick, 

Eleventh Grade Unit Principal. 



The Euclid School system 
wouldn't be the scholas- 
tic juggernaught that is 
was without its excellent leader- 
ship. This was this team that led 
the system through its battle 
against the treacherous levies 
and kept it alive. Euclid Schools 
can be very thankful for its fine 
administration. 

-Bill Castrovince 



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Ron Seymour, 

Tenth Grade Unit Principal. 



Frank Perez, 

Ninth Grade Unit Principal. 



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Administration 



The Guiding Light 




Sue Harris, Freshman Counselor. 



Anthony Russo, Underclass Counselor 



What are the Guidance 
counselors? Why they 
are a group of most de- 
pendable, helpful and under- 
standing people! How many 
times have they bailed you out 
of your desperate situations, si- 
tuations that forced you to say 
"I'm dead!" They have saved at 
least one of your nine lives. The 
least you can do is remember 
them. And remember them well! 
All of those hall passes, not to 
mention the two truck loads of 
paperwork they did to organize 
what you call life! Give your 
thanks peacefully and don't 
make any more trouble! 
-Sunny U 




Lynn Davis, Sophomore Counselor. 



Ruth Krup, Non-Freshman Counselor. 



Brenda Barker, Junior Counselor. 




Audree Fox, Senior Counselor. Robert Yocum, Career Office. 

Guidance Counselors 



Robert Addis. Athletic Director. 



Euclid's Dedicated Staff 



Jane Addis: English/math/history. Sue 
Amato. Edna Anderson. Antonia Araca: 
Design 1, Drawing 11, General Art. 
Cheryl Arthur: Commercial Art, Photog- 
raphy. William Attamante: Work study 
coordinator. 



Earl Archibald: Day custodian. Ronald 
A. Backos: Biology. Sandi Bambic: Fresh- 
man English, Senior Vocational English, 
Law Enforcement English. Tom Banc: 
Social Studies, Head Football Coach. 
Ethel Barbish: Aide. John Barcza: Sci- 
ence topics, Introduction to physics and 
chemistry. 



Stanford Bender: Science department 
chairman. Advanced biology, Basic sci- 
ence. Charlotte Bcnsusan. Allen Black: 
Audio Visual Technician. Dolores Black: 
English, Reading. Al Bleich. Patricia 
Buck: Physical education, Nutri/fitness, 
Volleyball coach. Faculty representative 
for girl's sports. 



Gene Brearton. Michael Burns. Jan Carl- 
son. Judith Lynn Carmody: AP English, 
Advanced writing, British survey. Fresh- 
man English. Ms. Wilma Carroll: Special 
education, Euclid cultural committee ad- 
visor. Ron Chambers. 



Marie Clark. Carmen Colaianni: Night 
custodian. Leo Collins. Don Contenza. 
Holly Copp. Doc Daugherty: Health- 
/Physical education. Head basketball 
coach. 




Staff 



What is a teacher? 




rFor those students who still do not understand what the word 
teacher stands for, here are a few synonyms: preceptor, instruc- 
tor, master, tutor, dominie, pedagogue, governess, mistress,- 
coach, crammer, professor, don, lecturer, reader, preacher, pastor, coun- 
selor, advisor, mentor, pioneer, apostle, etc. 

Wait until you see the definition of a Freshman. 
-Helen Chen 




The students in this chemistry class seem to be confused about the last thing the teacher 
said. 



Staff 



Teachers try to maintain positive environment 
Freshman 

For all the Freshman of the 88-89 school year, fitting defini- 
tions are: 
1) novice, newcomer 

2) lacking experience and good judgement 

3) low man on the totem pole 

-Helen Chen 




Bill Castrovince satisfied after wearing yet 
another person out with one of his long 
jokes. 



Staff 




Merry Dolter: Librarian. Michael Dur- 
bin. Alex Dzcrowicz. Judy Exum: Aide. 
Cal Eyman: Ld Tutor. Rosalie Fette: Sec- 
retary. 



Jane Fowler: Treasurer. Dan Francctic. 
Barbara Gates: Special Education. Bob 
Godfrey. James Goebel. Bill Gooding. 



Thomas Gubitosi: Latin, Spanish. Patri- 
cia Habat: Physics, Math II, Physical 
Science. Joyce Haffer: Special Ed., En- 
glish, Math, Social Studies. Tom Halbe- 
del: Intro To Living Things, Intro To 
Physics/Chemistry, Basic Science. Ar- 
delle Harrell: Secretary. Jeff Hartmann: 
Social Studies, AM History, Var. Asst. 
Baseball Coach. 



Katherine Harwood: Librarian. Robert 
HerambBS.,MS.: World History/Non- 
West Cultures. Carolyn Heuer: Social 
Studies. JoAnne Hodden Aide. Gabrielle 
Hodgins. Tom Hoffart: Occupational 
Work Experience Coordinator/Phys. Ed.. 



Frank Hoffert: AP European History, 
Amer.Govt., Economics, Social Studies 
Chairperson. Richard Homovec. Debo- 
rah A. Houchins: Sen. English, Brit. Sur- 
vey, Ad. Writ., Mass Media, Pop Lit., 
Flag Corp. Advisor. Frank Jablonski: 
Freshman Honors English, Freshman 
Reading Prep. Jan Kehn: Secretary. Jim 
Kelley: U. S. History. 



Staff 



More of Euclid's dedicated staff 



Harry King: Architecture I, Drafting I & 
II, OWE Lab. Ellen Klein: Office Auto- 
mation and Typing Ingrid Koenig. Jane 
Lellis: English II & III. Joan H. Lidr- 
bauch: Sophomore English, Eucuyo 
Sponsor. Joan Linderman: Secretary. 



Karen Little: Aide Mary Lomac: En- 
glish Ken Lowe. Margaret Lucas: Librar- 
ian/Media Specialist. Marc Manburg. 
Kathleen Marsh: Library Media Special- 
ist, Department Chairman. 



Allan Matko: Occupational Work Ad- 
justment, Science Judy McLaughlin: Ju- 
nior Honors English, Junior English. 
Polly McRedmond: Secretary Carol 
Meyers: Librarian. Aldona Miskinis. 
Ray Montani. 



Katie Morris: Biology. Jo-Rita Mueller. 
Carole Nicbes. Joan Paskert. Judy Paul: 
Career Office Secretary. Adam Pavv- 
lowski. 



Robert Petrovic: English I, AP English. 
Roy Pignatiello: Algebra I, Math for 
Modern Living, Personal Computers, 
Asst. Football Coach, Freshman Basket- 
ball Coach. Sally J. Pla: French, Spanish. 
Ronald Powaskl. Jim Preset: Marketing 
and Management, General Business, 
D.E.C.A. Advisor, Freshman Soccer 
Coach. Ellic Radaker: Secretary. 




Staff 



Euclid's staff loves to help sophomores 




SOPHOMORES 



For the next higher level of mankind or ladykind, the sophomores, a 

definition is: 

sophos, meaning wise, moroes, meaning moron. 

Sophomores, your title is an oxymoron so perhaps you should all come 

together to decide if sophomores are wise? or morons? 

-Helen Chen 



Most teachers enjoy teaching sophomores. They have many 
enjoyable characteristics. Since they've already been at Euclid 
one year they are comfortable in the school. But they are still 
inexperienced enough so that they can enjoy being with the Euclid 
staff. They still have that curiosity and awe that makes them enjoyable 
to be around. 



Euclid's classrooms are clean, well kept places for learning. 




Staff 



Euclid's staff enjoys helping out 



JUNIORS 



For the almost perfect class, the juniors, some definitions are: 

1) a person holding a lower position in a hierarchy of ranks or standings (below the seniors). 

2) youthful 

3) adolescent 

4) of a more recent date and, therefore, inferior or subordinate (to the seniors). 

5) compare to juvenis-young. 

-Helen Chen 



Every Fall, a special event is held for special athletes. The Special Olympics are held for the 
handicapped students at Euclid. This event gives them the opportunity to compete with others who 
are handicapped and have a good time. 

-Bill Castrovince 




Mrs. Ramlow wearing one of her more unusual 



Marcus Kelly brings home the medal. 






Must be Monday morning. 





Three students who idolize 'the 
thinker'. 

8:40? Already? 




Staff 



Euclid has a friendly staff! 




Mike Raicevich. Barbara E. Ramlow: 

Freshman English, American Literature, 
British Literature, AF5 Advisor. Robert 
R. Ramlow: Health and Physical Educa- 
tion, Co-Phys. Ed. Department Chair- 
man, Head Indoor and Outdoor Track 
Coach. Toni Rash. Charles Reno: Calcu- 
lus, Physics. Ann Roberts. 



Joe. Rodriguez: Physical Education. 
Joyce Russo: English. Fred Sallach. 
Sandy Sanborn: Math Analysis, Transi- 
tion to College Math, High School Math 
II, Computer Science. Joel Sarich. Greg 
Sattler: Accounting, Occupational Work 
Experience. 



Bette Schmeling. Donata Schultz: 
Health Aide. Mickey Segulin: Health 
Aide. Nick Selvaggio: Aide. Paul Serra: 
Mathematics, Head Baseball Coach. Ja- 
net Severino: Introduction to Composi- 
tion, Literature Community Workshop, 
Transition to Adulthood. 



Mike Shcck. James Simpson: Tec Mec, 
Social Studies. Bonnie Smith. Wayne 
Smith: World History, Non-Western 
Cultures. Frank Soltesz: Biology, Sci- 
ence. Barbara Spiga: English, Peer Tutor- 
ing Coordinator. 



Barb Springer: Secretary. Veronica 
Stadler. Judith Stobinski: Junior En- 
glish, Senior English, Freshman Read- 
ing. Maria Stroup. Carol Tkac. Rose- 
marie Tonn: Secretary. 



students appreciate a good staff 



Christine Torrelli: Biology, chemistry. 
Peggy Torzewski: Librarian. Dennis 
Turkall. Bill Von Benken: AP chemistry. 
Honors chemistry, chemistry, Ski Club 
advisor, Yearbook advisor. 



Nancy Vondrak. Robert Walsmith: 
Math 1, algebra 1 and 11. Connie War- 
man: Secretary. Dan Wensing. 



Richard Wherley: Chemistry. Mary 
White: American History, World cul- 
tures. Carol Williams: Business. Karen 
Yuhas: Aide. 



Dick York. Judith Zubizarreta: Spanish, 
Foreign language department 
chairperson. 



Students working in class. 

Far Right: Mrs. Harrell and Mrs. Barker 

discussing the problems of the day. 




You Little Elf 

Seniors have fun during annual Elf Day 



SENIORS 



ror the perfect, glamorous, 
outrageous Seniors of the 
'89 school year, your clas- 
sic definitions are: 

1) person of the highest standing 
or rank 

2) superior in all aspects 

3) privileged status attained by 
length of high school survival 

-Helen Chen 




Beth Perdan signing autographs 



December 16, 1988 was the 
annual senior elf day at 
Euclid High School. But 
everyone had the Christmas 
spirit as elves went to their San- 
ta's classrooms and carried their 
Santa's books. Even teachers 
were Santas. In order to be an 
elf, seniors had to sell five dol- 
lars worth of tickets, which were 
fifty cents each, to their friends. 
The proceeds from this fund 
raiser, sponsored by Senior 
Class Cabinet, went toward the 
upcoming Senior Prom. 

All in all elf day was fun filled 
for everyone. 

-Rashawn Perry 



Donnie Jakubauskas 
with gift 




eather Morrison, Dwayne Sattler and Kathy 
ushma enjoying themselves. 




Jim Segulin, Mike Kitchen, Jenny Waltermire 
and Lisa Anderson trying to be good elves and 
Santas while Katie Roach, Helen Chen, Erica 
Richards and Kay Corrigan try to hold down a 
table. 



Darren Pekar and Erin Walsh seem to be enjoying being 
together. 



Bridgette Colemon and Tasha Williams check out Sean Allen's 
costume while Rashawn Perry hustles to class. 




Staff 




Ron Parmertor, Tyris Kelly and James Mixon getting 
ready to sign in 




Bob Kimball and Mike Urbania wondering if the labs 
will be easier their senior year. 



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Euclid High School's future lies with the hopes of 
the underclassmen. They will carry on the traditions 
set by the 1989 seniors. Next year the juniors will in 
turn lead the spirit of Euclid. The freshmen will no 
longer be the target of criticism. Sophomores and ju- 
niors will now feel the excitement of college planning. 
Students will find that in later life, they will come back 
again and again to the wonderful and sometimes exas- 
perating emeorine of their high school days. 

-Sunny U and Julie Groves 






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Ruth Miranda, Audra Butkus, Ayanna Matthews, Christine Miranda doesn't like the bright Sonya Yates and Mia Doss trying to read 

Nikki Golden and Chris Kucaric getting ready to enter lights. carefully, 

the senior class. 



Underclass Divider 



UND£RCIASS 




Patti Maslerson, Sharon Barrett and Stephanie Slogar having fun in the Watching Marlene Hribar attempt to use a balance is very humerous to 
cafeteria. Kim Taylor and Christine Miranda 




Craig Murowsky and Tom Reynolds looking out for themselves. 



Sharon Swyt and Lee Swope planning for the future. 




Eric Kuhen seems to be admiring Karmen Knez. 



Underclassmen having fun in class. 



Underclass Divider 




Mr.Jablonski's First Period English, Row one: Pat Cirino, Angle Collins, Tab 
Gamble, Mark Tomsic, Debby Risko, Marnie Salupo.Row two: Mr. Jablonski, 
Juliet Blackford, Meghan Gorman, Lisa Moster, Jennifer Melnyk, Wendy 
Wang. Row three: Corri Turkall, Lynn Gessler, Wendy Harris, Leslie Richards, 
Chris Subel, Kelley Hodder.Row four: Jeff Kaleal, Dave Cupar, Steve Sirk, 
Kirk Israel, Karen Radachy. 

Mrs. Nicbes' First Period English, Row one: DeVonna Mauldin, Shane Par- 
rino, Dan Shimko, Anna Skrtic, Bob Kramer, Stacey Brown. Row two: Kim 
Biddlecom, Kristen Golinar, Leslie Higham, Anne Pekol, Shannon Morek, 
Jenny Zele. Row three: Sophronia Ford, Stephanie Jackson, Anthony Terlizzi, 
John DiPasquale, Tom Berzinskas, Danielle Coulter. Row four: Brian Bowers, 
Lovey Lawrence, Matt Killion, Michael McDougall, John Arlesic, Chuck 
McDaniel. 




"Somebody get us some Snickers" 



Mike Tyson has met his 
match. 





Mr. Petrovic's First Period English, Row one: Latrice Holloway, Frances Rive- 
ra, Suan Pae, Nikki Lott, Jennean Boykin, Juan Williams. Row two: Tony 
Kucaric, Tona Haile, Tom Cutwright, SusI Jakopanec, Jeannine Thome, Derrik 
Hartman.Row three: Bill Cvelbar, Jeremy Denhome, Dom Soric, Aubray 
George, Joe JIbaldi, Terry Watkins, James Calwise. 




Introduction of underclass candidates for Homecoming. 




IVlrs. Russo's First Period English, Row one: Cathy Speigel, Michelle Martin, 
Kim Florian, Natecia Washington, Deka Cox, Christina Pinzarroni.Row two: 
Emmett Ray, Angela Rivers, Lehendro Hill, Larry Nosse, Chris West, Benjie 
Boyd, Mrs. Russo. 



Miss Bambic's Second Period English, Row one: Melissa Martin, Natalie 
Franic, Katie Ells, Renee Walton, Danielle McGroder, Holly Scott, Courtney 
Carroll. Row two: JoAnne Zakrajsek, Bob Harris, Stewart Doboze, Jon Saje- 
towski, Denise Riedel, Miss Bambic.Row three: Joe Capuozzo, Michelle Ab- 
shire, Seona Latine, Anthony Yanni, Bill Eppich. Row four: Nikki Bell, Nancy 
Boyce, Chris Klemencic, Devan Jackson, Jennifer Hiser, Letitia Young. 




Bridgette Lang, Ann Nicolosi and Missy Horvath enjoying themselves at 
Homecoming. 



Mr. Jablonski's Second Period English, Row one: Virginia Yee, Marija Raguz, 
Stephanie Christopher, Amy Ayer, Mary McNamara, Mr. Jablonski. Row two: 
Renee Douglas, Steve Barstow, Dan Pike, Debbie Long, Jennie Ayers.Row 
three: Kristen Sarpolis, Jenny Dietz, Sam DiBartolomeo, Kelvin Posey, Candi 
Lukat. Row four: Mike DiBartolomeo, Doug Hyne, John Vuyancich, Rob 
Galosi, Joe Sweet. 



Congratulations To 
The Class of 1989 

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Mr. Petrovic's Second Period English, Row one: Robin Staples, Tysha Robin- 
son, Todd Lampeter, Jeff Grossman, Lynn Keaveney, Myisha Alexander. Row 
two: Lynn Ruben, Bridgett Hollins, Loro Dushaj, Yolanda Williams, Tiffany 
Madison. Row three: Rashon Thomas, Brian Coleman, John Hess, Frank Al- 
phonso, Travis Lucas, Michael Clay. Row four: Michael Thomas, Herman 
Morris, Jason Webb, Maxwell James, Calvin Crutchfield. Absent: Steve Wil- 
liams, Christopher Bailey. 

Miss Carmody's Third Period English, Row one: Fran Taylor, Tadarrel Goo- 
den, Ramone Perry, Terrence Moultry, Nick Perry. Row two: Tammy Sanders, 
Candy Kucinski, Mike Duchon, Ray Batykefer, Joe Leonardi, Roshawn Greer. 
Row three: Jocelyn Boros, Rachel Rosberg, Chris Somrak, Walter Hinton, Pau 
Lech, Mike Mitchell. 





Congratulations to 
The Class of 1989 



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Mrs. Lomac's Third Period English, Row one: Ed Robinson, Michelle Hollis, 
Aubrey Houston, Heather Mock. Row two: Erick Swanson, Scott Gray, Dorian 
Gardner, Donaze Chatman, Tremaine Harris, Richard Schoval, Matt Bitker, 



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Mrs. Niebes's Third Period English, Row one: Kelly McCandless, Jennifer 
VanNess, Dana Duran, Michelle Durket, Damon Ware. Row two: Jackie Zele, 
Drina Speed, Samantha Spencer, Derrick Bibbs, Kim Lyle. Row three: Msia 
Clark, Brian Bell, Angle McKean, Greg Bitner, Donovan Mitchell. Row four: 
Kim Gibson, Saulius Butkus, Ed Bizay, Brian Cavanaugh, Angela Stryjewski. 



Mrs. Tkac's Fourth Period English, Row one: Damien Myers, Adrienne Stru- 
kel, Katie Rhodes, Stacy Jolly, Owen Summers. Row two: Tony Cucanich, 
Adam Albano, Ivan Franic, John Wheeler, Spencer Thomas. Row three: Tyran 
McGhee, Joe Cojevic, Jim Ball, Don Podmore, Terri Mason. 




Mrs. Russo's Fourth Period English, Row one: Dan Grisez,Kristen Gajowski, 
Tony Walker, Colleen Lanzaretta, Steve Powell. Row two: Frank Soltesz, Mike 
Mannarino, Phil Sillia, Karrie Waltermire, Samantha Gilbride, John Apuzzio. 
Row three: Jacqueline Piscitello, Thomas Sedmak, Marc Parker, Tim Hag- 
gerty, Jim Dorazio, Jason Phillis. Row four: Mike Kina, Amy Garbincus, Ron 
Dodge, Chanette Smith, Karen Hochschild, Christine Gaeta. 



Academics.. 



and friendships.. 



in the life of a 
Freshman. 



Freshman 



Freshmen in gym watch girl's head explode 




Mrs. Lomac's Fifth Period English, Row one: Lisa Kukic, Chris Walters, lesha 
Smith, Michelle Snepenger, Semika Harris. Row two: Kamel Bey, Shelley 
Banning, Patty Shady, Dusty Kocina. Row three: Michelle Oboczky, Andy 
Hammond, Brian Zemba, Jody Behun, Dorian Gardner. 



Mrs. Russo's Fifth Period English, Row one: Jim Edsall, Christen Fogaraty, 
Nikky Dickerson, Deanna Schiavoni, Marganna Hartman.Row two: Dionne 
Lawson, Melissa Marchuk, Marcos Gomez, Russell Weiss, Shelia Hennings, 
Susan Juratovac. Row three: Mexamillian Reno, Mark Cickavage, Bob Yoe, 
Kevin Flynt, Ann Marie Gehring. 




Tracy Marincek gives her grade a little lift. 




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Class of '89 

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Mr. Jablonski's Sixth Period English, Row one: Matt Faulisi, Chris Carlton, 
Brian Dunmire, Tammy Hausen, Pam Grisard. Row two: Jenny Spada, Irene 
Dejak, Matt Dane, Joy Lewin, Anne Ruggeri, Mr. Jablonski. Row three: 
Jennifer Fetkovich, Dave Kimball, Bill Aube, Tony Congin, Denise Moore. 
Row four: Julie Juratic, Ed Galosi, Ken Davis, Mike Karabinus, Traci Medved. 



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Student's ignore Miss Bambic and smile for the camera 



Mrs. Nicbes's Sixth Period English, Row one: Janelle Groves, Laurie Kausek, 
Danelle Griffiths, Megan Tobin, Casey Burnes, Karen Phipps. Row two: Keith 
Scheurman, Denyel Sfura, Matt Sunderland, Rachael Hayes, Eddie Beder, 
Damen Cummings. Row three: Chris Emrich, Traci Marincek, Drago Lindsey, 
Bill Wichert, Nick Vunderink, Tiffany Dallas. 

Mrs. Ramlow's Sixth Period, Row one: Irene Ludvik, Aleathea Williams, Joe 
Wein, Paul Runza, Marrico Herman. Row two: Cheryl Waller, John Dom- 
browski. Shun Gilham, Max Gast, Mrs. Ramlow. Row three: James Rodgers, 
Jack Nykiel, Dan Vega, Greg Williams, Jeff Dolsen. 




Miss Bambic's Seventh Period English, Row one: Bryan Bachelor, Sean Gan- 
non, Katie Schoen, Tony Bruketa, Peter Swyt, Richard Wolf, Colleen Nugent. 
Row two: Yolanda Johnson, Tracy Petkovic, Hope Robinson, Darrell Brooks, 
Kenyadus Hollins, Renee Gembarski. Row three: Tiffany Balogh, Bob Schmel- 
ing, Kristen Loveless, Katy Tillinghast, Tiffeney Dennis, Darshi Shah. Row 
four: Dave Pierce, Kelly Dwyer, Nikki Taysom, Daymond Callahan, Heather 
Graffius, Mike Voskoboynikov. 

Freshman 



Freshmen enjoying Mr. Jablonski's English class. 



Hmm... small turnout, must be test day. 




Mr. Pctrovic's Seventh Period English, Row one: Sherita Bowling, Rick 
Thompson, Ben Peahl, Joe Kugel, Dawne Crosby. Row two: Nick Burdock, 
DeAngelo Thrower, Rob Schauer, Robert Johnson, Willie Steel. Row three: Joe 
Nowosielski, LaShon Beideleman, Greg Sonnhalter, Greg Dominique, Rich 
Soprek. 

Mr. York's Seventh Period English, Row one: Vernetta Coffer, John Burnette, 
Cory Kouns, Barb Lucas, Angela Dixon. Row two: Mr. York, Gary Valerio, Jeff 
Spicer, Tom Babb, John Gugliotta. 




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Mr. Jablonski's Eighth Period English, Row one: Holly Struna, Jenny Wheeler, 
Emily Smayda, Dave Baioni, Nate Young, Mike Witczak. Row two: Mr. Jab- 
lonski, Michelle Reed, Leon Rozic, Jill Slattery, Alana Haynes, Jeff Pesek. Row 
three: Karin Esch, Cory Zappia, Kim Schmidt, Mike Beck, Lydia Mikukic, 
Amy Ransdell. Row four: Joe Godina, Eric Wandersleben, Ted Bechtel, Paul 
Kostansek, Devin Kelley. 



Freshman 





Mrs. Russo's Eighth Period English, Row one: John Dengle, Jeff Kowalski, 
Kyle Kahnowski, Darrell Lausche, Michelle VoU, Brian Thomas, Noren Nu- 
gent. Row two: Tara Paules, Bridget Burich, Cindy Welch, Shanel Gibson, 
Helen Majer, Nicole Crawford, Michele Lynn. Row three; Chelonda Robinson, 
Jeff Engelke, Harold DeBoe, Deliska McGhee, Charles Brooks, Kelly Kekic, 
Mike Corder. Row four: Bill Jerin, Steve Workman, Dave Grice, Marko Simic, 
Monolito King, Gretchen Heck, Rhoan Wallace. 

Mrs. Tkac's Eighth Period English, Row one: Tiffany Jones, Kim Whiteman, 
Joyce Simmons, Michelle Plevelich, Heather Swan. Row two: James Paolucci, 
Erica McDuffie, Janet Huddleston, Phil Gerber, Rachel Norton. Row three: 
Vanessa Domanick, Shawn Newsome, Jeff Herbert, Theresa Veasley, Marc 
Arnold. 



When do we dissect, teach? 




Super Library Aide to the rescue. 



"Let's see... I know 1 put my cheat sheet down 
here somewhere". 



"Whoever came up with the idea of starting 
school so early should be shot". 



Freshmen 



Fluff And Frizzy 

Sophomores like their hair to stand out 



Over the years the hair- 
styles of the sophomore 
class have drastically 
changed. There's been every- 
thing from straight to wavy, 
long to short, and flat to frizzy, 
this year there seeemed to be a 
combination of these hairstyles 
but the one that seemed to stand 
out (and I do mean stand out) 
and seemed to be the most an- 
noying to many was the "fluff" 
or "frizzy" look. It was a nice 
look but the problem with the 
fluffy look was that the use of 
entirely too much hairspray 
seemed to be contributing to the 
diminishing of the ozone layer. 
So what should have been 
stressed was a more controlled 
use of hairspray so that our 
small world would have a fight- 
ing chance to survive. 
-Cindy Jerele and Chris Clark 




Talk about frizzy. 



Miss. Lellis and Miss. Spiga talking about 
hairstyles they've seen. 




Oh! Oh! Looks like something escaped from the box. 



Just working in class. 
Trying to get a job 
done. 




Sophomores 



Is this what escaped from the box? 




Mike Addy, Kerri Alesnik, 
Maryann Anderson, Thomika 
Anderson, Harold Andrews, 
Stacey Apanaites 



Tina Armold, Christopher 
Bailey, Dianne Baird, Patti 
Baker, Latrica Ball, Sharon 
Barrett 



Carla Bartlett, Jennifer Beck, 
Stephen Behun, Brent Berar- 
dinelli, Mitchell Berzin, Mi- 
chelle Berzinskas 



Theresa Blasius, Lee Bock, 
Gerald Boiner, Lonzelle Book- 
er, Wanda Borgione, Jocelyn 
Boros 



Rosalind Bowie, Ed Boyle, 
Shawna Bradac, Coleen Bra- 
dach, Catinna Brewington, 
Suzi Brkic 



Bridgette Brokaw, Andre Bry- 
ant, Ron Bryant, John Burich, 
Patricia Burke, Stephen Burke 



Wendy Bydash, Tracy Ca- 
puozzo, Patrick Carey, Antho- 
ny Carmigiano, Kelly Carney, 
Michael Carney 



Bryant Carroll, Jason Carroll, 
Tamiko Carter, Rogelene Cas- 
tro, Betsy Cayne, Christine 
Cecelic 



Sophomore 



Sonia Cencic, Leslie Cercek, 
Joseph Cesa, Ronald Chan- 
dler, Brandon Cheraso, Da- 
mon Cherne 



Christine Chiancone, Scott 
Chrystal, Soo Chun, David 
Cirino, Christopher Ciulla, 
Adrienne Ciuprinskas 



Keith Clark, Terry Cobb, An- 
drea Colavecchio, Maria Cook, 
Charles Cool, Irvin Corbitt 



Kevin Costantino, Christine 
Cotter, Leonard Craig, Jodie 
Culliton, Rashonda Cum- 
mings, Dan Cupas 



Vidal Curry, Michael Cvelbar, 
Sandra Cvitkovic, Justin 
Daugherty, Kelly Daugherty, 
Daniel DeFilippo 



Maureen DeJonge, George De- 
mico, Mary Dengel, Duane 
Dillard, Antonio Dimmings, 
Marianne DiPasquale 



Paula Dobransky, Michelle 
Donovan, Jennifer Dreis, 
Daniel Dubecky, Kelly Duffy, 
Alen Dujmovic 



Marijo Dujmovic, Bryan 
Duke, Jeanne Duvall, Richard 
Eads, Darryl East, Laurie 
Evans 




Sophomore 




Shawn Orazen and Terra Proctor are hard at work in the library. ^^J •! 



Patty Lux and Tom Raguz getting Adrienne Troha going to class, 

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Kevin Vance has a really intense look here. 



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Leslie Cercek studying while her knee is peekir 
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Fisher, Meredith Fitzgerald, 
Richard Flaisman 



Cynthia Focareto, India Ford, 
Janeen Foree, James Foreman, 
Erin Fox, Richard Franklin 



Michael Fricke, Victoria Fu- 
mich, Christine Galaida, Col- 
leen Gallagher, Kelly Gamba- 
tese, Melissa Gammon 



Matthew Garbincus, Dennis 
Gargiulo, Mario Gasperic, Ke- 
vin Gembarski, Gregory Ger- 
land, Brian Germano 



Sheri Gezann, Kenneth Gil- 
bert, Ladair Gilbert, Shun Gil- 
ham, Jonathan Gornik, Scott 
Gould 



Jozelia Grace, David Granchi, 
Angelissa Grayer, Kareema 
Green, Christopher Griffin, 
Brian Guilfoyle 



Rachal Hambrick, Suzanne 
Hamilton, Marc Hamm, Andy 
Hammond, Brian Hancock, 
Maureen Hannan 



Aaron Haselbusch, Carrie 
Hatcher, Lisa Hawk, Shrondra 
Hawkins, David Hawley, De- 
saree Heard 



Sophomore 



Danielle Herman, Natasha 
Hewlette, LaTrese Higgins, 
Danny Hill, Robert Hill Jr., 
Walter Hinton 



Kelly Hite, James Hlbase, 
Donna Hoag, Danielle Hoce- 
var, Tim Hoffman, Bernard 
Hohs 



Bridgette Hollins, Michael 
Holly, Craig Hoover, Rebecca 
Hopkins, Robert Hornyak, 
Darrell Howell 



Janet Hula, Wendy Hula, Scott 
Humphries, Robin Hunt, De- 
bra Isgro, Nives Ivancin 



Brian Jackson, Lee Jackson, Ra 
Shanda Jackson, Chad Jaffe, 
Chenett Johnson, Davion 
Johnson 



Denise Johnson, Kennard 
Johnson-Bey, Walter John- 
son-Bey, Angela Jones, Chari- 
ty Jones, Daryl Jones 



Kawana Jones, Valerie Jones, 
Nicholas Journey, Katherine 
Juhl, Rebecca Karnak, Jessica 
Keating 



Jackqualynn Keller, Ann Kel- 
ly, Joel Kerne, Kenneth Kil- 
gore, Michelle Kitis, Heidi 
Kline 




Sophomore 




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ways of Euclid High. So live it 
up now. Underclassmen. Before 
you know it your senior year 
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days you will remember with a 
reminiscent smile. 

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The girl's cross country 
team was blessed with 
two exceptional sopho- 
mores. Meredith Fitzgerald and 
India Ford consistently finished 
in the top places at the meets and 
both were able to qualify for the 
state meet and finished well. 

Both these girls were unique 
in that Meredith was in the 
Honors program at Euclid and 
was an excellent student. India 
was in the Holiday Play both her 
freshman and sophomore years. 
Both were an asset to Euclid 
High School and should help the 
cross country team for years to 



Biology is an important class for sophomores. 



Run Girls Run 

Two sophomores run to state 




Meredith Fitzgerald running on the cross coun- 
try course. 



India Ford got the best finish at the state cross 
country meet for any Euclid girl. 




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Sophomores 




Michael Kmetz, James Kos- 
merl, Jessica Kovac, Edward 
Kovacic, Janice Kozlowski, 
Kevin Kozlowski 



David Kramer, Jennifer Kras- 
nik, Heather Kristoff, Melissa 
Krohn, Jeffrey Kropf, Cather- 
ine Kubinski 



Walter Kuhen, Chera Kuklica, 
Roger Kunes, April Lang, 
Gary La Tour, David Lauver 



Benjamin Leasure, Shelly Led- 
well, Corthaniel Lee, Donna 
Leonardi, Michael Leone, Den- 
nis Lesefky 



Terrence Lesko, Andrew Lo- 
gar, Dushawn Lomax, Bradley 
Lunder, Daniel Lupas, Patricia 
Lux 



Thomas Luzny, Mark Mac- 
leod, John Madden, Frank 
Mansi, Myesha Massingill, 
Patricia Masterson 



Carla Matiaska, Elizabeth 
Mazzei, Valerie Mc Carthy, 
Colleen Mc Cartney, Lynnette 
Mc Daniel, Matthew Mc Peek 



Anthony Merritt, Stephen 
Meyers, Theresa Michael, 
Kimberly Mikich, Patricia Mi- 
kulec, Brian Miller 



Sophomore 



Jeanette Miller, Kimberley 
Miller, Molly Miller, Russell 
Minter, Christine Joyb Mir- 
anda, Rebecca Molakakis 



Tracy A Mondok, Matthew 
Montgomery, Jarmine Moore, 
Phaedra Moore, Carol Mor- 
gan-Brown, Stephanie Moses 



Terrence Moultry, Matthew 
Murphy, Christopher Mu- 
zinic, Andrew Myers, Scott 
Myers, Charlotte Neal 



Michael Nebe, Edward Neh- 
rig. Sherry Nemerovsky, 
Katherine Nesbett, Kelli New- 
man, Brandy Nickell 



John Noble, Lorenzo Norris, 
Theresa Oden, Keith Olszens, 
Kevin O'Neill, Michael 
O'Neill 



Shawn Orazen, Cindy Orlic, 
Shawn L Orr, Richard Orsulic, 
Eric Osborne, Heather Pall 



Terenz H Parker, Ronald Par- 
sons 11, Michael Pasquale, Ru- 
pen Patel, Matthew Payne, 
Donna Penny 



Robert Peralta, Ernest Perna, 
Lisa Perrotti, Angela Perry, 
Kimberly Peters, Mark Peters 




Sophomore 




Heidi Peterson, Holly Pirsig, 
Julianne Plesec, Michelle Po- 
caro, Christine Polito, Leslie 
Price 



Terra Proctor, Dana Pugh, En- 
gelbert Puhalj, Gerald Quinn, 
Allen Radolovic, Tonriislav 
Raguz 



Michelle Randolph, John 
Richards Jr., Lisa Riedel, John 
Riek, James Roach, Melissa 
Rocco 



Terri Rocco, Angelica Rodri- 
guez, Rebecca Roeder, Angela 
Roethel, Shanti Rogers, Donn 
Ross 



Lisa Ryan, Joseph Sage, Wendi 
Sanders, Dominic Sanelli, Jen- 
nifer Sankey, Brian Sargent 



Christine Schaefer, Hope 
Schmidt, Marci Schuster, Dar- 
nell Scott, Justin Scott, Mi- 
chelle Secic 



Antoine Segines, Anthony 
Shaw, David Sheck, Kenneth 
Sheets, Christopher L Shenk, 
Michael Sheridan 



Jeffrey Simenc, Chenise 
Slaughter, Stephanie Slogar, 
Ronald Slusarski II, Amy 
Smith, La Tesha Smith 



Sophomores 



Shannon Smith, Tongsiv 
Smith, Jason Socha, William 
Solnosky, Cordell Solomon, 
Christopher Spada 



Dreana Speed, Tina Speights, 
Keith Spencer, Lorri Spooner, 
Michelle Springer, Robert 
Staples 



Sheree Starr, David Stephens, 
Brian Sterrick, Lamont Stew- 
art, Cynthia Stih, Brian 
Stillings 



David Strunk, Robert Sugar, 
April Tanner, Frances Taylor, 
Kimberly Taylor, Laura 
Taylor 



Meghan Taylor, Robert Tay- 
lor, Telesa Terry, Ronald 
Thigpen, Tammieanna Thorn- 
ton, Patricia Tinker 



Shelley Tobias, Bruce Tor- 
zewski, Keith Touschner, 
Michael Trankos, Jodin Tro- 
check, Adrienne Troha 



Jun Yong U, Douglas Uchbar 
Jr., Rose Valentic, Kevin 
Vance, Bryan Vehovec, Robert 
Voigt 



Christine Von Sick, Jayne 
Vurusic, Michelle Wagner, 
Philip Walczak, Windi Wal- 
dak, Stacy Wallette 




Sophomores 




Kenneth Walter, Candace 
Walters, Rashaun Washing- 
ton, Rebecca Weaver, Teresa 
West, Jason Weybrecht 



Thomas Whelan, Janessa 
White, Lanay White, Paulnetta 
Wilcox, Claudia Williams, Fa- 
tima Williams 



Melissa Willingham, Derrick 
Willis, Eric Wilson, Kashon 
Wilson, Alaster Winston, 
Windi Wojdak 



Kenneth Wolenski, Edrina 
Womack, Tameka Woodard, 
Valencia Woods, Donnaire 
Woullard, Milton Wyley 



Marquetta Wylie, Crystal 
Young, Paul Young, Stacie Yu- 
has, Charles Yurcich, Jayne 
Yurusic 



Christine Zagore, James 
Zahler, Carol Zahursky, Jan- 
ene Zakrajsek, Loretta Zalar, 
Deborah Zana 



Robert Zele, Edward Ziv- 
noska, Tomislav Zovko, 
Dwayne Baker, Ronald Ba- 
lante, Michael Balogh 



Doreen Beining, Kevin Can- 
dow, Robin Canter, Robert 
Carsey 



Sophomores 



3 Down, 1 To Go 

Class of '90 await their senior year 



As Seniors rush around 
getting teacher recom- 
mendations and sending 
out college applications and be- 
gin worrying about what they 
will be doing after school, the 
Juniors enjoy the luxury of day 
dreaming about their 'bright' fu- 
ture as Seniors at Euclid High 
School. They dream of ruling the 
school with an iron hand and 
overshadowing the reputation of 
the previous Senior class. Soon 
the Juniors will become Seniors 
and they will enjoy what many 
people term the most memorable 
year of high school. Good Luck 
class of '90 as you take the re- 
sponsibility of being Seniors. 

-Helen Chen 




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Late again, Marlene 
Hribar? 



Jim Sigh pleading for answers on a makeup 
test. 



Cheer up, Caroline 
Holland. 



Juniors 




Vernard Adams, Sherri Alvis, 
Daniel Amato, Matthew 
Ames, Felecia Anderson, Re- 
nee Aquila 



Sharon Anglen, Paul Arlesic, 
Brian Ashman, Denise Asseff, 
Joseph Avcin, Gregory 
Bachelor 



Mellissa Ball, Christopher 
Baranowski, Jennifer Barcza, 
Lucille Bartulovic, James Bat- 
teiger, David Bauer 



Judita Beder, Frank Robert 
Bell, Michelle Berzin, George 
Bevanda, Joe Bevanda, Kamel 
Bey 



Cheryl Bilak, Sharon Billi, 
Lisa Black, Jeremy Blumen- 
stein, Laurie Bock, Michelle 
Bonnay 



Joseph Boros, Aerica Both well, 
Matthew Bouffard, La Verne 
Bowden, Chad Bracken, Moni- 
ca Bradley 



Christopher Brent, Beth Brick- 
man, Daniel Brihan, Adam 
Brown, Jeffrey Brown, Loraine 
Bruketa 



Tracy Bruno, Jason Brust, 
Christian Bryant, Pamela 
Buehner, Richard Bunn, Maya 
Burge 



Juniors 



Samuel Burgess, Jennifer Bur- 
lison, Steve Burrington, Ter- 
ence Bush, Audra Butkus, Ra- 
chel Caine 



Matthew Carpenter, William 
Castrovince, Jeanine Castro- 
vinci, David Cesna, Tamara 
Chandler, Matthew Chinchar 



Jason Chinni, Antoinette 
Chiudioni, Won-Ki Chun, 
Ivica Cindric, Anthony Cirino, 
Michael Cirino 



Christine Clark, Kimberly 
Clark, Robin Clay, Elise Cle- 
mence, Jesse Coleman, Chris- 
tina Conde 



Kevin Corbett, Kevin Con- 
stantino, Miriam Couch, 
Christine Coulter, Jamie Cox, 
Cynthia Cramer 



Marc Creach, Roger Crombie, 
Jeffrey Cudo, Tammy Curtis, 
Heath Custer, Sonia 
Davenport 



Kathleen Davis, William Da- 
vis, David Dewalt, Candace 
Dickerson, Robin Dietz, Todd 
Dietzel 



Julie Dirk, Frederick Dixon, 
Leeann Dobucki, Allen 
Dodge, Kimberly Doles, Rob- 
ert Doncevic 








Juniors 



In The Red 



Euclid Cultural Club sponsors annual blood drive 




On December 6,1988 Eu- 
clid High School took 
part in it's annual blood 
drive which was sponsored by 
the Euclid Cultural Comnnittee.lt 
was organized by Ms. Carrol and 
Sean Allen, but everyone 
chipped in to help. The blood 
drive gave students an opportu- 
nity to help those in need of 
blood. Students who were seven- 
teen needed their parents per- 
mission, but those eighteen or 
over did not. The blood drive 
went very smoothly and the 
blood was very much 
appreciated. 

-Rashawn Perry 



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Juniors 



You Won't Believe It, But.. 

Euclid students come up with creative excuses 



During the school year 
some teachers fell for ex- 
cuses given by students 
for many different reasons, such 
as being late to class, test taking, 
or just for goofing off. Some of 
the excuses were outlandish and 
some were almost believable, 
but the excuses that received the 
most flack from the teachers 
were the ones that were most 
likely true. "You never said we 
had a test today," or "I wasn't 
here for that," were very com- 
mon. And as Darren Pekar 
would say "You didn't teach us 
that." Some excuses for being 



late to class were: "My alarm 
didn't go off," or " My counselor 
had to talk to me," or as said by 
Shawna Stevenson "My locker 
wouldn't open." When caught 
goofing off in class, Dan Amato 
would say "It wasn't me!" and 
"Really, I didn't mean to." The 
excuse that Marlene Hribar 
would give was "I have nothing 
better to do." 

But when it comes down to it, 
some teachers won't believe any 
line you feed them - no matter 
how ingenious it is. 

-Rashawn Perry 




Dave Bauer and Jim Segulin can usually come 
up with good excuses why their experiment 
didn't work. 




Ed Powers has a good excuse for not playing while Michelle Bonnay, 
Missy Ball, Heather Miranda, Audra Butkus, Judy Beder, Cynthia Gru- 
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Michelle Donavan, Mia Doss, 
Genevieve Douglas, Lisa 
Downer, David Duchon, Jen- 
nifer Dudziak 



Nada Dugandzic, Miroslav 
Dures, Joel Eckert, Leslie Ede, 
Adrienne Edwards, Jill 
Enneper 



Robert Erb, Claudia Erceg, 
Dorann Etzler, Teresa Evans, 
Kimberly Faint, Steven Fakult 



Karin Faletic, Rosa Faraci, Pat 
Felden, Tracey Filipasic, Tom 
Fitzpatrick, Tom Fox 



Daniel Frattin, Timothy 
Fulgham, Kevin Gaines, Kim- 
berly Gambatese, Richard 
Gamber, Sheri Geisweidt 



Jean Gercar, Antoni Gjerek, 
Cathryn Glenn, Laura Glover, 
Nikki Golden, Tracy Golden 



Thomas Golinar, Humberto 
Gomez, Jason Goodman, Sa- 
rah Granito, Tracey Graves, Al 
Gray 



Maria Grbac, Dawn Gron, 
Cynthia Grubach, Debra Guy, 
John Hada, John Haggerty 



Juniors 



Eric Haggins, David Hartman, 
Jeffery Hatcher, Jason Heck, 
Kimberly Herman, Lisa Heuer 



Douglas Higham, Charles 
Highland, Heidi Hilger, Mark 
Hillier, Angela Hollis, Nathan 
HoUoway 



Jeffery Holmes, Keith Hood, 
Melissa Horvath, Marlene 
Hribar, Ching Wei Hsu, Lisa 
Hunt 



Marcus Hutton, Shelli Jack- 
son, Ronald Jenko, Cynthia 
Jerele, Shannon Johnson, 
Shelley Johnson 



Yvette Johnson, Raymond 
Jones, Robert Jones, Susan 
Jutisevic, Jennifer Kacperski, 
Brendan Kelley 



David Kelley, Shannon Kelly, 
Thomas Kermode, Claudette 
Kidd, Robert Kimball, Don- 
nell King 



Dawn Kirchner, Deborah 
Kirchner, Steve Kish, Karmen 
Knez, Christine Kucaric, Neil 
Kucia 



Eric Kuhen, Valerie Kunesh, 
Michael La Manna, Christine 
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Food For Thought 

Cafeteria offers early morning brunch 



To the relief of many stu- 
dents who are not "the 
morning type," the cafe- 
teria was opened this year for 
breakfast. The early riser who 
happened to be in school be- 
tween 7:15 and 7:35 would find 
the cafeteria open for business. 
Donuts, muffins, danishes, or- 
ange juice, hot chocolate, and 
coffee were among the many vit- 
tles that could be bought. This 
breakfast time became very 
valuable to students who nor- 
mally didn't have time to eat be- 
fore they came to school, but it 
posed the problem of hiding the 
food from the first period 
teachers. 

-Bill Castrovince 



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into his hand. 



Juniors 



Just One More Year 



One universal feeling that was held by most 
juniors was the anaticipation that next year 
would be their 'senior' year. Most juniors 
expressed a "just wait until next year" attitude as 
they went through the motions of being juniors. 
The class of '90 was looking forward to their senior 
year. They will be the first class to graduate from 
Euclid in the new decade, the last decade in the 
1900's. Most juniors were not concerned about the 
date, however. They just wanted to be seniors. As 
John Marincek said, "Being a senior is the end of 
your high school career. It's an important time. I am 
really going to enjoy it." 








Students looking forward to next year as seniors. 




Matt Schwartz looking forward while Lisa Marvin runs to their senior year 



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Juniors 





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Shalom Lawrence, Benjamin 
Leasure, Melissa Leskovec, Pa- 
tricia Levstik, Jenny Leyen- 
decker, John Little 



Pamela Little, Valena Maddox, 
Matthew Mahovlic, Christo- 
pher Mannello, Christopher 
Marcinko, Mirta Maria 



John Marincek, Jennifer 
Marks, Norman Marolt, 
Christopher Martin, Jason 
Martin, Robert Martin 



Charles Marvin, Lisa Marvin, 
Jennifer Masley, Christopher 
Mason, Jennifer Mason, Ali- 
son Matish 



Ian Matlock, Ayanna Mat- 
thews, Teresa Maust, Jeanine 
Mc Alpine, Wayne Mc Cart- 
ney, Latrena Mc Daniel 



Jermdine Mc Galed, Tamika 
Mc Ghee, Vanessa Mc Groder, 
Kerri Mc Reynolds, Joseph 
Meden IV, Tramayne Meeks 



Thomas Milicevic, Laura Min- 
adeo, Michelle Mincek, 
Charles Mingle, Heather Mir- 
anda, Ruth Miranda 



Laura Montagner, Kimberly 
Moore, Marlon Moore, Brian 
Morris, Jamal D. Morris, Joel 
Morse 



Juniors 



Latanya Moultry, Craig Mur- 
owsky, Vincent Myers, Ange- 
la Naglic, Bridget Negrelli, 
Meghan-Anne Neidel 



Jack Nemecek, Michelle New- 
comb, Ann Nicolosi, Lance 
Nosse, Cynthia Novotny, Eliz- 
abeth Noyes 



Kathleen Nugent, Patrick Nu- 
gent, Christine Oblak, Nicho- 
las Orazem, Lorena Orbanic, 
Walter Ortman 



Heidi Ospelt, Tim Pae, Shaun 
Pall, Sanjay Parker, John Par- 
sons, Nedzad Pelinkaj 



Debra Pence, Barbara Penn, 
De Sean Perkins, Jennifer Pe- 
trie, Timothy PhiUis, Laura 
Pizmoht 



Lisa Plummet, James Posavad, 
Robert Povirk, Tracy Presti- 
gomo, Elizabeth Puhalj, James 
Quirarte 



David Radachy, Josip Radose- 
vic, Bridget Ramsay, Shadeed 
Rashid, Nicole Reese, Brandy 
Reichman 



Rebecca Reid, Cindy Renner, 
Thomas Reynolds, Sonja 
Rhone, H Douglas Rice, Balee 
Riley 




Juniors 




Arnold Beasley, Wali Bell, 
Kurt Besselman, William Bes- 
selman, Christopher Bitner, 
Craig Brickman 



John Browne, Anthony Ce- 
leste, Dominic Colantonio, 
Jesse Coleman, Tiwanna 
Copeland, Stacy Crockett 



Eric Crowley, Scott Danna, Jo- 
sedine Dixon, Gunnard Do- 
boze, Marquita Dorsey, David 
Engelke 



Melissa Formica, Kimberly 
Cast, John Gazzuolo, Jeffrey 
Goerndt, Heather Good, Lee 
Grable 



Tina Groves, Steven Hammer, 
Donna Hammond, Tia Hard- 
en, Mia Harrison, Donald 
Herbert 



Monique Hicks, Thomas 
Hoag, Caroline Holland, Bruce 
Irby, Renee Johnson, Gina 
Juengel 



Jeffrey Kline, Daniel Komara, 
Cheryl Lapuh, Daryl Lawson, 
Eldora Lee, Chonton Lewis 



Carl Lishing, Nicole Lozada, 
Ricardo Lozada, Harry Lui- 
kart, Michael Mayle, Jermaine 
McCaleb 



Juniors 



Ernest Miller, Tricia Mondok, 
Shannon Moriarty, Jessica 
Novey, Francis Pavlic, Dea- 
drain Peacock 



Angela Perry, Matthew Petko- 
vic, Ernest Piotrowski, Kath- 
leen Rafail, Rachelle Roethel, 
Terri Rowland 



Sandra Samas, James 
Schneider, Janelle Simmons, 
Robert Smith, Sowanna 
Smith, Julianne Spurr 



Norwood Stokes, Ronald 
Stokes, David Straus, Nicole 
Thomas, Marcellus Thomp- 
son, Renee Turner 



Robert Vasko, James White, 
Phil Wiggins, Stacey Witt, 
Sang Pil Yoon, Angela Zanghi, 
Mary Zurga 



Right: Jamie Cox and Marlene 
Hribar trying to improve their 
grade point average. Far right: 
Chris Bryant showing how 
much taller he is than Mrs. 
Rhea. 



Brian Ashman and Shannon 
Kelly ham it up in the chemis- 
try lab. 




Juniors 




Steven Ritchie, James Robin- 
son, Terrence Roscoe, Donald 
Ross, Lenka Runza, Kenton 
Rusack 



Michelle Russell, Lisa Ryan, 
Kevin Rymarczyk, Heidi 
Sacko, Deborah Sarpolis, Kel- 
ly Schultz 



Matthew Schwartz, Sean Scott, 
William Scott, Sandra Secic, 
Gregory Sedman, Theresa 
Serafin 



Charles Shantery, Michael 
Sheck, Michael Shippitka, 
James Sigh, Beth Sillia, Cory 
Sims 



Anthony Siupinys, Gregory 
Skok, Mary Ann Skrab, Jenni- 
fer Slattery, Chenise Slaugh- 
ter, Tracy Slaybaugh 



Jason Slejko, Alvin Smith, 
Denise Smith, Ricky Smith, 
Stephanie Smolic, Christopher 
Soblesky 



Daniel Spehar, Albin Stay, 
Norman Staples, Barbara 
Steele, Shawna Stevenson, 
Richard Stuber 



Jennifer Subel, Eddie Sugar, 
Kelly Sulka, Steve Susnjara, 
Charles Swearingen, Lee 
Swope 



Juniors 



Sharon Swyt, Jeffrey Syroney, 
Victoria Sztul, Keith Tadiello, 
Tiffany Tekieli, Robert 
TerUzzi 



Matthew Tetkovil, Bruce 
Thomas, Jacqueline Thomas, 
Shannon Thomas, Natalie 
Timm, Howard Tingley 



Timothy Tobin, Jill Tomasi, 
Danny Tomic, Matthew Tom- 
sic, Michael Toth, Geoffrey 
Tuckerman 



Peter Tuft, Jay Turpin, Kristie 
Ugrinic, Michael Urbania, 
Christine Valencic, Amy 
Varner 



William Wagner, John Wan- 
dersleben, Patrice Ward, Mi- 
chaelle Webber, Kristen We- 
ber, Michael Weber 



Jennifer Welker, Sheila 
Wheeler, Sheila White, Mi- 
chelle Williams, Neal Wil- 
liams, Nicole Williams 



Rashawn Williams, Rufus 
Williams, Stephanie Williams, 
Holly Wilson, Regina Wims, 
Bonnie Winkleman 



Lorinne Wolenski, Traci 
Wood, Robert Wyckoff, Sonya 
Yates, Angela Zanghi, Weike 
Zhong 




Juniors 




Angela Zingale, J Gerald 
Zovko, Katherine Zschuppe 



Little rough play 



Browns fall short of Super Bowl again 



Another season, another proverbial slap in the 
face. Our "hard luck" Cleveland Browns took 
yet another heartbreak season as far as the 
rabbits up their sleaves could carry them. 

During the '88 season, one which saw nearly every 
one of the team's quarterbacks wearing a buUseye, the 
Brown's had their share of injuries. The very first 
game of the season gave a pretty accurate indication of 
the season to come. Cleveland cried in horror as fran- 
chise quarterback, Bernie Kosar, sprained his elbow 
and was out of commission for the next several weeks. 

Fortunately, back up QB, Gary Danielson, was 
available to guide us through this time of misery with 
his superb veteran skill. Unfortunately, his leg was 
broken shortly thereafter. Well, there's always Mike 
Pagel. What's that you say? Separated his shoulder 
making a tackle? How's Bernie getting along? 

Kosar finally returned after what seemed to be an 
eternity, only to be knocked back on the bench with a 
knee injury by Miami linebacker, John Offerdahl. See 
ya next season, Bern! Enter Don Strock. After years of 
playing second fiddle to Dan Marino, Strock guided us 
in one of the greatest comebacks of Cleveland history 
to defeat the Oilers and gain a wildcard. Alas, Strock, 
our savior, too, fell in that game and the Brown's 
ended the season a point shy of "Jerry's Kids." 

Although they didn't advance as far as former play- 
off appearance, the Brown's took "the Band Aid sea- 
son" as far as possible. 

-Bill Castrovince 



Euclid's teams might not have been as skillfull as the Browns but they 
were exciting to watch. 




Juniors 




Julie Noble and Leila Thomas looking pretty. 




It looks as if studying is getting to Kathy Kushma. 




a Ji'r-'^''''T '^''' °^ '^^ 'P^^l^^d the Euclid spirit 

to have color senior pictures in the yearbook 
The.r varsity football team had won the G C C 

change in their school year ^ 

Musically literally, athletically, and most of 
all academically the Euclid Panthe Class^rist 
tTo7bT''^ '^' ^'"^^^ individuals, not to men 

The class of '89 ruled! 

-Heidi Martin 





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a senior. 



Senior Divider 



SENIORS 




Beth Perdan is all smiles for 
band. 








Blow that trumpet Bill Kunes. 




What senior just stunned Mr. 
Pasquale? 



Missy Long enjoys a snooze. 



Chris Marcic ponders what he will do in summer. 



Senior Divider 



Can You Hear This? 

Senior's favorite radio station and rocl( group 



Radio has always been an 
important part in every- 
one's life since it was so 
portable. A radio could be taken 
to parties, the beach or listened 
to while driving. The radio sta- 
tion that was listened to most by 
Euclid seniors was WMMS 100.7 
FM. In a close second was 108 
FM. After that was WZAK 93 
FM, WNCX 98.5 FM, and 92 Q. 
What kind of rock groups did 
seniors enjoy when they were 
listening to the radio? The most 
popular was "INXS" followed 
by "Pink Floyd" and "U2". Then 
came "Public Enemy", "Led 
Zeppelin", "Van Halen", "The 
Doors", "New Order", "Huey 
Lewis and the News", "Bobby 
Brown", "AC/DC", "New Edi- 
tion", "Def Leppard", "The 
Kinks", "Genesis", "Bon Jovi", 
"KISS", "Guns and Roses", 
"Rush" and "The Beach Boys". 




The new 'Dave Clark Five'; 
Graffius. 



Dave Clark, Greg Henderson, Mark Blanc, Jim Quirarte and Mike 




Dwayne Sattler is mobbed by crazed fans Lisa Anderson 
and Laura Zigman. 



Kim Watral, Sue Walsh and Kristin Schoen prepare for life in the fast lane. 




Dafne Kadras dreams of becoming another Gerald Moore smiles as he dreams of super- 
Madonna, stardom. 

Seniors 




Thomas Adams 



Tawfig A Akhii 




Suzanne Amato 



Marlene Apanaites 



Laura Aquila 



Philip Arnold 




Troy Berger 



Jason Bernstein 




Cynthia Beuck 



Vichellc Billingsley Chandra Billups 




George A Biskup Roslind Blackman 



Michael S Blasius Kenyon Boncela 




Tom Bornemann 



James Braidic Carolyn Brandich 




Kelly Jo Burdock 



Pauline Burke Robert Burrov 



Craig Bush 




Kathy Cain Cindy Ann Cantini Todd Capuozzo Peter A Caputo III 





Catherine Chiancone Marlene M Chinchar John Ciarlillo 




Terry Clark 



John Paul Colbert 




James Coleman 



Kim Colquitt 



Mark Comer Jr 




Raiuda Cooper Catherine Copeland Kimberly Coibin 



Kay Corrigan 



Carmella She 
Cornelius 





Michelle Cutwright Damir Cvitkov 



W. J. Daniel II Michelle Lynn Dattilo Brian J Da 




Jennifer A. Da 



Matthew Davis 




Amy J Dehne 



Stevie Dejong 




Kimberly Dembek Gregg Dennis 



Danielle M. DeSico Gina Diaddario 




Scott D. DiFranco 




Celine Dojv 



Mark Donnett 




Stacey Marie Duchon 



John Duncan Tracy Dunham 




Daniel Duvall 



Stephen Eichhorn 




Toni Fannin 



Nikki Farmer 



Christina Fasick 



Scott Faulisi 




Chris Fetkovich 



Dan Francetic 



Daniel Frank 




Lynn Fuhrman Dawn Gaine 



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Shannon Gilmore Joseph Goerndt Christine Goode 







Michael Graffius Nick Grubach 



Kelly Grahek Julie Lynn Groves Monica Guarnieri 




Michael J. Guilfoyle Tony Guttu 



John Hackathorn 




Gesse Haffcy Stacy Jane Ha 





Gregory Henderson Tiffany Henderson Jeanette Marie Henry 




John J. Herbst Amy Elizabeth Hickok 



Monique Hicks Kelly Ann Higgins 




Ronald Hinton Jr. Thomas Hoinski 





Kristine A. Hren Frances Hriba 



John A. Hribar 



Brian J. Hughe 




Danute Jakubauskas Frank Jankowski 



Marcus Kelly 



Tyris Kelly 



James W. King 



Lisa L. Kirchner 



Mike Kitchen 




Cynthia Louise Kleckner 



iberly Ann Konrad Pete Kostan 



Max Kozlowski 




Courtney Limerick 



Daniel Lombardo Melissa Marie Long 




Jean Mayerhoffer Michael Mayle 




Thomas A. Mc Connell Tiffony Mc Coy William P. Mc Guinness John Mc Kay Robert Mc Manu 




Gunhild M. Meaney 



Victoria Medved Douglas A. Mehls Christian L. Miheli 




John Miller 



Mary Miller 



Tony Milline 




James Mixon 



David Mocny Pam Montgomery Gerald Edwin Moor 




Robert Nykiel Christine Ann Oboczky Cynthia O Brien Michelle A. O'Flynn Monica Broka 




Gary Olbrysh 



Curtis O Neal II 



Jennifer O'Neill 



Elizabeth S. Oroz Vada Lamonica Owens 




De Ann Parker 



Ronald Parmertor Dina L. Pasquale 



Eric Patterson 




Daniel J. Penny 




Linda Peterson 




Mike Piotrowski 



Laura Ponsart 




Cheryl Lynn Porte 



Matthew Preston Vincent Puruczky Mary Ellen Quinr 




William T. Rabbitts Nora Eden Race 



Najla Rashid Karen Christine Re 




Ricky Renner Erica Lynn Rii 



Richard Roberts 




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Remember When...E.H.S. 



Here are some memorable moments from the seniors 
at Euclid High School. 
Valencia Strowder: We played St. Joe's in football, 
there was a riot and half the boys from Willo Arms were 
arrested. 

Heidi Martin: The disastrous opening night of "Why Bump 
Off Barnaby?" 

Danielle Tuckerman: Lisa Hradek could not find the bright 
lights on the car. 

Curt Spencer: The strike on the first day of school in 11th 
grade. 

Mike Guilfoyle: We went to Orlando for the baseball 
tournament. 

Kathy Kushma: I would be at after school gym make-ups, 
running and swimming, every week. 

Beth Perdan: You could listen to a radio and wear a hat and 
not get suspended. 

Bill McGuinness: Jim Braidic spoke on the microphone to 
all the junior class on the first day of our junior year - and 
Mr. Pasquale's reaction. 



Rashawn Perry: Everybody got in trouble for being bad on 
the bus. 

Barbie Jurkovic: We could afford to eat lunch - it was only 
$1.00. 

Mike Betts: The Varsity Chorale/jazz band trip. Our tour 
guide loved the letter "U". 

Maria Gelo: The earthquake in 9th grade on conference day. 
Chantel Van Dyne: We had homeroom before first period. 
Amy Hickok: Nora Race turned orange from a tanning 
booth and during chemistry Mr. Wherley turned a radiation 
detector on her. The beeping got louder showing radiation. 
Laurie Zigman: I had all the parties in the 10th grade with- 
out my parents knowing. 

Frances Hribar: The Homecoming game against Mayfield 
when there was a thunderstorm and the lights went out. 
Lee Taurman and Jim Bell: On our first day of 9th grade 
there was a banner over the door saying "Frosh go home". 
Diane Cickavage: Jeannie Mayerhoffer and I almost blew up 
the chemistry lab when our gas line got a leak. 
-Heidi Martin 




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Remember When. . . Central 



Euclid's seniors have many fond memories of what hfe 

was like in their middle schools. Here are some of the 

memories that they have of Central. 

Julie Groves remembers the Olympic class competition. 

Mark Morek said the classes were easy. 

Tracy Thomas remembers when Steve Tajgiszer ripped 

about $30 worth of pictures out of her locker because he 

didn't like Duran Duran. 

Diane Miller remembers Mrs. Reed's cooking and sewing 

class. 

Chantel Van Dyne went to a swim and gym with Mary 

Lepesto and got kicked out. 

Amy Hickok remembers when Mr. Francetic got mad and 

his vein started to pulsate. 

Gunhild Meaney and Cheryl Porter wrestled for about an 

hour and everybody just sat there and watched as they beat 

the heck out of each other. 

Lisa Anderson remembers going to McDonalds after 

dances and going to the Pizza Factory after basketball 

games. 

Vince Riha remembers when Mr. Mevey beat up Jim 



White for calling him Fred. 

Michelle Sari remembers playing football at lunch with 

Karen Reed. 

Kim Konrad remembers when the 8th grade cheerleaders 

picked a camp that had a pool and when they got there, 

there was no pool. 

Michelle Krance remembers when Miss Foley used to slide 

across the room. 

Karen Reed remembers when they took spools of thread in 

sewing class and wrapped them around the entire room. 

Erica Richards had an Uncle Vic Dance. 

Lisa Drage remembers Mrs. Reed's home economics class. 

Miss Foley's French class-"Bon Bon", and Mr. Syracuse 

putting T.G.I.M. on the board every Monday morning. 

Kathy Kushma remembers when they used to do about 500 

laps of daisy chain for track practice and having alot of fun 

in woodshop and sewing class. 

Mr. Fritch would wear his funky clothes and give us Bionic 

Smock. 

-Heidi Martin 



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Seniors 




D. Paul Soprek Curtis John Spencer Michelle Sper 



Mitchell Spencer Natasha Spencer 




Rebecca A. Sperner Keith Speroff 




Jason A. Straub Richard Stringe 



Richard Summers 




Paul Swanson 



Sandy Swanson 



et Stephen J. Tajgisz 




Kristen E. Taylor Leila Rachelle Thomas Tracy Thomas 




Tarnell Thompson Shelly Anne Tinker Anthony Tirabassi Elizabeth E. Tobolewski Craig E. Touschr 




Michele L. Troha 



John J. Tucd Danielle M. Tuckerman Cheree Turner 




De Angelo Turner 



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Memories... Forest Park 



Being one of the last classes to go to Forest Park 
Middle School, we have many fond memories 
of that brick building, home of the Rangers. 
Here several students recall those memories. 
Valencia Strowder remembers when all the lights went 
out in the building and everyone started screaming. 
Heidi Martin remembers dinner for 13 at a french 
restaurant in Toronto. 

Kelli Vanah remembers Angela Gianforte broke Jean- 
ette Sas' nose. 

Curt Spencer remembers when the lights went out in 
the seventh grade and the high school students got to 
go home but we didn't. 

Veronica Piscopo remembers sleeping during News- 
depth in Vac's class. 

Michele Savalainen remembers Mr. Sheck's tantrums. 
Beth Perdan remembers when Mr. Thomas and Mrs. 
Knopick made the gym classes get out of an electrical- 
ly fenced area. 

Leila Thomas remembers "We had to go out on the 
football field to fly kites in Mr. Zovack's class." 
Mike Betts remembers when Sally Brener dropped her 
pina colada all over the table and Mike's lap. 
Chantel Van Dyne remembers "In gym we were play- 



ing tennis and Joe Velkos took my tennis ball and 
when I went to get it, he hit me in the eye accidently 
with his tennis racket. He hasn't talked to me since." 
Lee Taurman fondly remembers that Forest Park was a 
middle school. 

Danelle Gildone remembers Diane Koman hanging 
from the bleachers. 

Carmella Cornelius remembers when "John (the real- 
ly, really fat kid) fell down the stairs." 
Lucretia Dillard remembers when the whole cafeteria 
got into a food fight. 

Joe Goerdnt remembers when he slept through the fire 
alarm at 5:00 A.M. at the hotel in Toronto. 
Steve Smith remembers how Mr. Roshong would 
change clothes twice a day. 

Diane Koman remembers when Bill Kunes gave Leila 
Thomas a dozen red roses and she rejected him. 
Lisa Kirchner remembers when Mr. Giollotte got 
married. 

Liz Oroz remembers "We all used to drool over Mr. 
Zovack's muscles." 

Trycennia Dean remembers "We had a good fight in 
seventh grade." 

-Heidi Martin 




Carolyn Brandich, Christina Motiejunas, Sue Lisac, Liz Oroz and Sunny U 
relaxing during a test review. 



Natasha Spencer seems to be hav- 
ing trouble deciding what books to 
carry. 



Andrej Cuturic seems to be 
thinking about past events. 




Mary Sweet is getting ready to take 
a drink. 



Troy Berger is happily waiting for 
the bell to ring. 



Jim Cudo showing of his muscle to Dave Clark. 



How Embarassing... 



I was so embarassed ...Underclassmen may at times think that 
seniors are perfect but they too have their little flukes and embarass- 
ing moments when they want to hide under a rock to hide. Here are 
some which the seniors chose to reveal. 

Valencia Strowder was walking up the stairs and started to trip. As 
she was tripping, someone called her name. She did a 180 in the air 
and fell gracefully on her back with her feet in the air. 
Kelli Vanah was at a water slide and was pushed under a waterfall 
and her suit was forced down to her waist. There were about 30 
people around. 

Michelle Spencer walked into the wrong homeroom and sat there for 
10 minutes, not knowing it was the wrong room. 
Curt Spencer and his sister almost got suspended for fighting in the 
hall. 

Julie Groves was chasing the volleyball, in gym class, when her 
ankle gave out and she ended up lying face down on the floor. 
Mike LeQuyea hit a hard line drive over the third baseman's head, 
rounded third, tripped, fell halfway home, and was tagged out. 
Mark Morek was caught in the men's faculty lounge. 
Bill McGuinness put a sign on Mrs.Tkac's back in ninth grade. 
Gina Diaddario fell down the steps as a freshman. After she stopped 
tumbling someone ran up to her and yelled "Safe!". 
Chris Fetkovich used some soap to spike his hair, and when he was 
walking to school it started raining. By the time he got to the door 
his hair was a big mass of bubbles. 

Heidi Martin, Gina Diaddario, Michelle O'FIynn, Michele Savo- 
lainen, Diane Miller, Frances Hribar, Trycennia Dean, and Mary 
Sweet all had bad experiences tripping on the stairs. 
Michelle Spencer, Kirstin Esch, and Howard Taylor all walked in on 
the wrong classes. 

Many of the students at E.H.S. had trouble with their clothes. Steve 
Smith sat on M&M's, Julie Fischer had unbuttoned skirt buttons in 
biology, Tracy Scolaro ripped her pants walking to school, Michelle 
Krance's bra broke in lunch, Bill Karabinus had his pants fall down 
during a hockey game, Kathy Kushma was caught skinny dipping 
with friends, Jim Bell walked around all day with a whole in the 



back of his pants, Mr. Seymour stpped the whole keyboarding class 

to tell Michelle Sari her bra strap was showing, and Mike Betts spilt 

milk on his lap during lunch. 

Theresa Zahursky pushed Diane Koman off a chair, Danielle Tuck- 

erman fell out of a chair. Erica Richards and Michelle Sari fell out of 

their desks, and Lisa Kirchner fell down a flag pole during vacation 

and ended up in the hospital. 

Christy Fazio ran into Paul Harris, Danelle Gildone ran into a brick 

wall, Rashawn Perry ran into a locker, Kay Corrigan fell of a blue 

box in Varsity Chorale, and Kelly Higgins twisted her ankle. 

Brent Pockar fell asleep in seventh period French and woke up in the 

middle of eighth period German. 

Liz Oroz called up her boyfriend and ended up talking to his brother 

without realizing it. 

Beth Perdan went to Germany, got sick and came home early. 

Karen Reed and Nora Race got locked in the boys' locker room, as 

did Leila Thomas. 

Kim Konrad got caught 'parking' and a cop asked them if they were 

legal and gave them a lecture. 

Lucretia Dillard played a flat note during a dinner for the mayor of 

Euclid. 

Gerald Moore was wrestling and got pinned by Maple Heights. 

Amy Hickok and the whole varsity cheerleading squad messed up 

during competition. 

Gunny Meaney fell headfirst backwards down seven rows at a 

football game and was knocked out. 

Lisa Anderson was placed in a swim relay, having never swum one 

before without goggles. She ended up doing a flip turn in the middle 

of the lap and disqualified the team. 

Laurie Zigman tried to pick up a quarter that was glued to the floor 

by Mike Dunmire. 

Maria Gelo broke a tray of plates in the cafeteria. 

Lee Taurman could not find his drafting class for the first two weeks 

of school. 

-Heidi Martin 



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Lisa Drage is trying to assimilate her accounting by osmosis. 




Greg Juratic and Ron Parmer- 
tor aren't embarassed about 
their friendship. 





Bill Rabbits seems embarassed. 



Darren Pekar isn't embarassed to 
show his friendship with John Tucci. 



Matt Davis having a pleasant 
moment with Jenny Jones. 



Seniors 






Craig A. Vol! 



Melissa Vrabel 



Rhonda Walls 




Susan L. Walsh Jennifer Lynn Waltermire Stephanie Renee Walton Tracey Ann Walworth 




Maryann Waschi 



Nasja Washington Kimberly S. Watral 




Sean Whelan 



re Anthony T. Wickware Lisa Williams Tasha La Von Willi; 




Mark S. Wirbel 



Michele Rose Yee 



Christine Anne Yurcich 




Alison M. Zahler Theresa M. Zahursky Monica Ziegler Laura M. Zigman 



rnetta M. Zupanc 




Aron Ohanessian Cleveland Brown's Bob Golic surrounded by Euclid's cheerle 



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Spring Break 



As this poll shows, a major portion of the senior 
class likes to travel on their spring vacation. 
There are those who just work or relax but 
whatever their plans, the unanimous vote is to have a 
blast! The seniors' plans for spring break are: 
Curt O'Neal says his goal is to catch the Easter Bunny. 
Valencia Strowder is looking forward to chillin' and 
getting paid. 

Heidi Martin plans on going to West Virginia. 
Kelli Vanah would like to stay in a beach front condo 
on Myrtle Beach. 

Jim Cudo says he will party in Florida. 
Julie Groves also plans on going to Florida. 
Mike Le Quyea is going skiing in the mountains. 
Mike Guilfoyle is going to Orlando, Florida for a high 
school baseball tournament. 
Leslie Yartz plans on going to Canada. 
Willie Daniels plans on relaxing and doing as much 
business as possible. 

Gina Diaddario is going to the Bahamas with her 
boyfriend. 

Tracy Thomas and Stevie Dejong are definitely going 
to California. 

Michele Savolainen hopes to go to New York. 
Darren Pekar says he is going down to Daytona Beach 
to party. 

Barbie Jurkovic wants to drive to Las Vegas, win lot's 
of cash, and drive home in her new BMW. 
Diane Miller will go out with friends and visit her 
grandmother. 

Kay Corrigan dreams of going down to Daytona to 
meet a man to fill her every desire. 
Beth Perdan plans on finding a prom date and $80. 



Leila Thomas is going to Myrtle Beach with Kelly 
Vanah. 

Shelley Tinker is going to vegetate. 
Chris Fetkovich and Heather Rowe are going slam 
dancing in Toronto. 

Gunny Meaney wants to get stranded on a desert isle 
somewhere in the Gulf so she has a legitimate excuse 
for never coming back. 
Lisa Anderson wants to get tan. 
Laurie Zigman is hopefully going to Las Vagas to visit 
Terri Sopko. 

Maria Gelo will go to Padre Island in Texas. 
Lee Taurman looks forward to throwing up at track 
practice. 

Danelle Gildone is going to check out the sights in 
Fort Lauderdale. 

Michelle Sari plans on heading down to Florida with 
everyone else. 

Lucretia Dillard wants to go to Disney World with her 
best friends. 

Kim Konrad hopes to spend time in the sun on a white 
sandy beach while not having to worry about a curfew. 
Steve Smith is going to hang around the mall to figure 
out who the Easter Bunny really is. 
Kirstin Esch is going to take a bus either along the east 
coast, to Denver, or to Indianapolis. 
Christine Fasick is going camping with friends. 
Mary Sweet is deciding between going with her par- 
ents to Florida (so they can pay for it) or going with her 
friends to the Bahamas (she pays). 
Steve Adams is going to take his board and find the 
perfect ramp. 

-Heidi Martin 





Above:Julie Noble and Betsy Tobolewski smile as 
they try to imagine what the cameraman would 
look like naked. 

Right:Chri6 Cummings, Marc Blanc, Matt Hop- 
kins and Eric Nebe discuss the party during Spring 
Break. 

Above right:Brian Hughes and Dwayne Sattler eat 
lunch before going on Spring Break. 



Joe Goerndt is ready 
for Spring Break. 




Seniors 



People Most Admired 

Who do the students of Euclid respect? 



The seniors were polled as to who they admired 
the most. The results of the poll are... 
Curt O'Neal: Anyoiie who has the strerigth to 
be who he or she is, even if they must stand alone. 
Valencia Strowder and Michelle Spencer: Dr. Martin 
Luther King Jr. 

Heidi Martin: Mihail Baryshnikov and her 
grandfather 

Vada Owens, Gina Diaddario, Chantel Van Dyne, Lu- 
cretia Dillard, and Karen Reed: All admire their moms. 
Jim Cudo and Bill Kunes: Both admire themselves. 
Mike Guilfoyle: Roger Clemens 
Mark Morek, Julie Fischer, Tracy Scolaro, and Kathy 
Kushma: All admire Mr. Russo. 
Vince Riha and Jason Straub: Morton Downey Jr. 
Leslie Yartz and Lisa Anderson: Both admire their 
sisters. 

Darren Pekar: the football coaching staff 
Laurie Zigman: Michael Jordan 
Mark Jelenic: Ozzie Smith 

Barbie Jurkovic, Danelle Gildone, Christine Fasick, 
and Diane Koman: All admire their friends. 
Carmella Cornelius, Kim Konrad, and Maria Dent: All 
admire their grandparents. 
Tawfig Akhir: Malcolm X 
Steve Smith: John Hinkley Jr. 
Mary Sweet: God 



Karl Taylor: Bernie Kosar 

Liz Oroz: Mrs. Fox 

Bill Karabinus: Robert Smith 

Kay Corrigan: Barbara Streisand 

Beth Perdan: Jeff Milton 

Leila Thomas: Pele' and Joan of Arc 

Bill McGuinness: Winston Churchill 

WiUie Daniel III: Bob Marley 

Steve Tajgiszer: Brian Bosworth 

Howard Taylor: Joe Carter 

Pauline Burke: Rob Lowe 

Shelly Tinker: Mrs. Kehn 

Mike Betts: Mr. Godfrey and President Reagan 

Chris Fetkovich: WATTIE from Exploited 

Gunhild Meaney: Rachel McLish 

Frances Hribar: Polly McRedmond 

Lee Taurman: George Washington Carver 

Gerald Moore: Steve Fraizer, the gold medal winner in 

Greco-Roman wrestling 

Lisa Hradek: Miss Bambic 

Kirstin Esch: Dan Jansen, the speed skater in the 

Olympics 

Jennifer O'Neill: Mr. Raichavich 

Elizabeth Tobolewski: Sean Bevan 

Brent Pockar: Donald Trump 

Kelly Higgins: her fath,er 




Vicky Jaworsky and Christa Deister watch as Kelly Higgins samples the 
food. 





Roz Blackmon and Kelly Burdock smiling for the camera. 



Lucretia Dillard waiting Kathy Kushma and Lee Taurman at Homecoming, 
for class. 



Seniors 






Michele Yee, Vicki Jaworski, Beth "Bubba" Schafer and Elizabeth Oroz- 
buddies forever. 




Mike Ncbe hoping not to get caught behind the 'eight ball' while Dwayne Sattler, Denise Murphy, Carmen 
atches the action on the f^"' ""'' ^^V "^"^^^ '°°'' °"- 



/ Enjoy This Class 

Seniors reveal their favorite classes and teachers 







Once again, the seniors 
made their choices as to 
their favorite teacher 
and class. The top vote getters 
were Mr. Serra and Mr. Hart- 
man. In second, came Mr. Lowe, 
Ms. Arthur, Mr. Raicevich, Mrs. 
McLaughlin and Mrs. Tkac. 
Other favorites mentioned were 
Mr. Russo, Mrs. Fox, Mr. Pas- 
quale, Mr. Pawlowski, Mr.God- 
frey. Miss Bambic, Mr. Von 
Benken, Mrs. Morris, Mr. 
Burns, Mr. Durbin, Mr. Reno, 
and Mr. Wensing. Practically all 
teachers seem to be chosen fa- 
vorites of some seniors. English 
and mathematics ranked as the 
number one classes followed 
very closely by psychology and 
commercial art. Other favorites 
included computer science, 
physics, A.P. calculus, photogra- 
phy, government and German. 
Just as with teachers, seniors 
found it hard to make a definite 
choice except for lunch. 

T -Heidi Martin 




Lots of students in interesting classroom situations. 



Greg Juratic, Brian Hughes and Tyrone Gil- 
ham showing their interest in class. 



The Student Council 

Developing Citizenship And 
Serving Our Scijooi And Community 




Student Council Ad 




Student Council Ad 



Activities 




f Shawn Roche and Lee Taurman showing oppo 



Thomas Adams: Football 9,10,11,12; Ski 
Club 10,11,12. 

Tawfig A. Akhir: Basketball 9; Indoor 
Track 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 
9,12,11,12. 

Fernando Alcizar: Track 12. 
Suzane Amato: Softball 9,10,12; Football 
Cheerleader 11; Basketball Cheerleader 
11. 

Lisa Marie Anderson; Swimming 9; Stu- 
dent Council 9; Diving 9,10,11,12; Wai 
Napolo 9,10,11,12; Wrestling Aid 
9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 9,10,11; Office 
Aid 10,11,12. 

Marlene Apanaites: Softball 9,10,11,12; 
Ski Club 10,11,12. 

Philip Arnold: Cross Country 9,10,11,12; 
Indoor Track 9,11,12; Outdoor Track 
9,10,12. 

Kristin Attwood: Football Cheerleader 
9,10; Basketball Cheerleader 9,10; Ski 
Club 11,12; Spirits 9; Class Cabinet 
9,10,11; Outdoor Club 9. 
Tom Austin: Bicycle Club 9. 
Lisa Ann Baber: Class Cabinet 
9,10,11, 12-Executive committee 10,11; 
Marching Band 9,10,11,12-Quartermas- 
ter 11,12-Librarian 10,11,12-Squad Lead- 
er 11,12; Model UN 10,11,12-Chairman 
12; Big Show Orchestra 10,12; National 
Honor Society 11,12; Senior Talent 
Night 12; Office Aid 9,10,11; Foreign 
Language Club 9,11. 
Jennifer Baer; Office Aid 12. 
Audre Banks: Basketball 9,10,11. 
Michael J. Barnes: Football 9,10,11,12-Co 
Captain 12; Basketball 9,10,11; Track 
10,12. 

Christopher F. Barstow: Soccer 
9,10,11,12. 

James G. Bell: Track 9,12; Cross Country 
9,12; Indoor Track 10,12. 
Wali H. Bell: Track 9,10,11. 
Carolyn Barth: Wrestling Aid 9; Ski 
Club 9,10,11,12; Yearbook Staff 12. 
Marko Bartulovic: Soccer 9,10,11,12 
Michael E. Betts: Varsity Chorale 11,12- 
Vice President 12; Big Show 11,12; Fall 
Play 9,10,11; Spring Play 9,10; Holiday 
Play 9; Key Club 9,10; Swimming 9; 
Cross Country 9; Yearbook 10,11,12; 
Swim Timer 9,10,11. 
Sarah L. Bierer: Band 9,10,11,12; Swim- 
ming 9,10,11,12; Student Council 9,10 ; 
Big Show 9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10; Varsi- 
ty Chorale 12; Yearbook 11,12. 
Mark Blanc: Hockey 9,10,11,12. 
Kcnyon Boncela: Football 9,10,11,12; In- 
door Track 9. 

Tom Bornemann: Soccer 12. 
Kelly Jo Burdock: Outdoor Club 9,10,11; 
Secretarial Science 11. 
Robert Burrows: DECA 12; Football 9,12. 
Cindy Ann Cantini: Volleyball 9,10; 
Outdoor Track 9,10. 
Peter A. Caputo III: Baseball 10; Track 
11,12. 



Charlene Carter: Student Council 9,10; 
Euclid Cultural Committee 11; Ad Club 
9. 

Patrick S. Cater: Survey 9,10,11,12-Ads 
Manager 9,10,11; Big Show 10; Choral 
Masters 10,11,12; Office Runner 11,12 
Theresa Champa: Volleyball 9; Softball 
9,10,11,12; Office Aid 11,12; Ad Club 10. 
Helen Chen: Varsity Chorale 11,12; Big 
Show 10,11,12; Yearbook 9,10,11,12; Eu- 
cuyo 11,12-Business Editor 12; Stage 
Band 12; Key Club 10,11,12; Orchestra 
9,10,11, 12-President 11; Medel UN 
10,11,12; Tutor 10,11,12; Office Aid 
9,10,12; Highlighters 9,10,11; Senior Tal- 
ent Night 12; Student Council 10; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11,12. 
Catherine Chiancone: Yearbook 12. 
Marlene M. Chinchar: Volleyball 9. 
Laurie A. Christopher: Deca 12; Ski Club 
12. 

Diane Marie Cickavage: Softball 9,10; 
Volleyball 10,11; Basketball Trainer 
10,11,12; Football Trainer 12; Class Cabi- 
net 10; Office Aide 10,11,12. 
Annie Cirino: Class Cabinet 10,11,12-Ex- 
ecutive board 10,11,12; Cheerleading 
9,10,12-Captain 10; Diving 11; Swim- 
ming 11. 

John Paul Colbert: Soccer 9,10,11,12; 
Baseball 9,10,11,12; National Honor So- 
ciety 11,12. 

Kevin Collins: Baseball 9,10,12; Key 
Club 9. 

Kay Corrigan: Varsity Chorale 11,12, 
Survey 9,10,11,12; Student Council 12; 
Holiday Play 10; Big Show 9,10,11,12; 
Euclid Cultural Club 10; Peer Tutoring 
11,12. 

Carmella Sherron Cornelius: Track 
9,10,11,12; Student Council 12-Publicity 
Co-chairperson; Yearbook 12. 
Chris Cummings: Track 10; Football 
11,12. 

Damir Cvitkovic: Soccer 9,10,11,12. 
W. J. Daniel II: Euclid Cultural Commit- 
tee 11. 

Michelle Lynn Dattilo: Track 9,10. 
Brian J. Dauer: Football 9; Baseball 9. 
Jennifer A. Davis: Basketball 9,10,11,12; 
Track 10,11,12; Class Cabinet 11; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11,12-Vice presi- 
dent 12. 

Matthew Scott Davis: Big Show 
9,10,11,12; Swimming 9,10,11,12; Foot- 
ball 9; Audio-Visual 9,10,11,12; Senior 
Talent Night 9,10,11,12; Choral Masters 
10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Swim Show 
10,11,12; Student Council 9,10,12. 
Trad A. Davis: Swim Timer 10,11; Foot- 
ball Aide 9; Wrestling Aide 9,10,11,12; 
Volleyball 9; Softball 9; Senior Talent 
Night 12. 

Catherine I. Day: Key Club 9,10; March- 
ing Band 9,10,11,12-Secretary 12; Concert 
Band 9,10; Symphonic Band 11,12; Wai 
Napolo 9,10,11,12-Secretary 10,11-Presi- 



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dent 12. 

Trycennia Angela Dean: Class Cabinet 
9,10; Flag Corps 12; Library Aide 11; Se- 
nior Talent Night 12; Basketball 9. 
Amy J. Dehner: Football Cheerleader 
9,10; Swim Team 9,10,11,12. 
Stevie Dejong: Eucuyo 11,12; AFS 11,12; 
Ski Club 11,12; Yearbook 12; Peer Tutor- 
ing 12. 

Steve Dekleva: Track 9,10,11,12; Wres- 
tling 9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 11,12; Ski 
Club 10,11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11,12-Treasurer 12. 
Danielle M. DeSico: Football Cheerlead- 
er 9,10,11; Basketball Cheerleader 
9,10,11; Softball 9,10,11,12. 
Scott D. DiFranco: Basketball 9,10,11,12- 
Captain 12. 

Lucretia Dillard: Orchestra 9,10,11,12- 
Secretary 11, Vice President 12; Culture 
Committee 9,10,11,12; Big Show 9,10. 
Mary E. DiSantis: Student Council 
9,10,11; Office Runner 10,11,12. 
Chris Dixon: Orchestra 9,10. 
Mark Donnett: Baseball 9. 
Lisa Marie Drage: Student Council 
10,11,12; Wrestling 9,10,11,12; AFS 
9,10,11,12; Majorette 9,10; Ski Club 
11,12. 

Stacey Marie Duchon: Majorette 9; Stu- 
dent Council 11,12. 
Scott Duke: Baseball 9; Golf 10,11,12. 
Mark Dunmire: Basketball 9; Baseball 
9,10,11,12. 

Tony Dushaj: Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Rick Erwin: Football 9,10,11,12; Basket- 
ball 9; Baseball 10,12. 
Kirstin Esch: Swim Team 9,10,11,12; Wai 
Napolo 9; Fall Play 10; Spring Play 11, 
Library Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Margaret Lynne Fair: Student Council 
9,10; Varsity Chorale 11,12; Big Show 
10,11; Senior Talent Show 9,10,11,12. 
Toni Fannin; Cultural Committee 10,11. 
Nikki Farmer: Flag Corps 12. 
Christina Fasick: Volleyball 9; Office 
Aide 11,12; Softball 11,12; Track Timer 9; 
Student Swim Teacher 11. 
Christy Fazio: Choral Masters 11,12; 
Softball 12; Office Aide 12. 
Julie Fischer: Ski Club 9,11; Student 
Council 11,12; Class Cabinet 10,11; AD 
Club 10; Cross Country 9,10. 
Dan Francetic: Cross Country 9,10,11,12; 
Basketball Statistician 10,11,12; Model 
UN 11,12; National Honor Society 11,12. 
Shari Lynn Fuhrman: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12-Squad Leader 12; Swim Timer 
11,12. 

Dawn Gainer: AFS 11. 
Ken Gambatese; Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Danelle Gildone: Ski Club 10,11; Softball 
11; Wrestling Aide 10. 
Tyrone Gilham: Football 9,10,11,12-Cap- 
tain 10; Basketball 9,10,11,12. 
Lena Gilliam: Flag Corps 12. 
Shannon Gilmore: Wrestling Aide 11,12. 
Joseph Goerndt: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12; Wrestling 9; Indoor Track 
10,11,12; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12; Se- 
nior Talent Night 10,11,12- Stage Man- 
ager 10,11,12. 

Julie Lynn Groves: Clinic Aide 9; Wai 
Napolo 9,10,11,12- Treasurer 12; Foreign 
Language Club 11; National Honor Soci- 



ety 11,12; Peer Tutor 11. 
Michael J. Guilfoyle: Baseball 9,10,11,12; 
Basketball 9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 12. 
Gesse Haffey: Audio Visual 9; Wrestling 
10,11; Office Aide 10,11,12. 
Stacy Jane Hamilton: Key Club 9,10; Flag 
Corps 9,10,11,12. 

Daniel Owen Hansen: Student Council 
12; Football 12. 

Bruce Hardman: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9,10,11,12. 

Jeanette Marie Henry: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12-Squad Leader 11,12; Swim 
Timer 12; Yearbook 10. 
Daniel Owen Hansen: Student Council 
12; Football 12. 

Bruce Hardman: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Track 9,10,11,12. 

Jeanette Marie Henry: Marching Band 
9,10,11,12-Squad Leader 11,12; Swim 
Timer 12; Yearbook 10. 
John J. Herbst: Football 9,10,11,12. 
Amy Elizabeth Hickok: AD Club 12; 
Cheerleading 9,10,11; Ski Club 9,10; 
Class Cabinet 10,11,12; Student Council 
12; Office Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Ericka M. Hicks: Cultural Committee 
10,11,12. 

Kelly Ann Higgins: Football Aide 9; 
Tennis 11,12; Clinic Aide 10,11,12; Office 
Runner 12. 

Aishah Hope: Peer Counseling 11. 
Lisa Marie Hradek: Basketball 9; Student 
Council 11,12-Sergeant at arms; AD 
Club 9,10,11,12; Big Show 10,11,12. 
Kristine A. Hren Cross Country 9,10,11; 
Swimming 9,10,11; Track 9,10; AFS 
10,11,12- Vice President 11,12; Yearbook 
10,11,12 

Student Council 12; Eucuyo 12;AD Club 
12; National Honor Society 11,12; Ski 
Club 12; Survey 11,12. 
John A. Hribar: Swimming 12. 
Brian J. Hughes: Football 9,10,11,12-Cap- 
tain 10. 

Tanya Hutchins: National Honor Soci- 
ety 11,12; Office Aide 11. 
Kelly Hyne Basketball 9,10,11,12; Tennis 
11,12; Yearbook 12; Eucuyo 12. 
Danute Jakubauskas Volleyball 10; Soft- 
ball 11; Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Student 
Secretary 10,11,12. 

Joe Jankowski: Tennis 9,10,11,12-MVP 
11; Key Club 9; Science Olympics 11,12. 
Hugo jaramillo: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Youth 
For Understanding 12. 
Victoria M. Jaworsky: Wai Napolo 
9,10,11,12-Treasurer 10-Junior Show Di- 
rector 11-Senior Show Director 12- Vice 
President 12; Flag Corps 9,10,11-Co-Cap- 
tain 11; Key Club 9. 
Mark A. Jelenic: Baseball 9,10,12. 
Phil Johnson: Key Club 9; Swimming 
10,11. 

Jennifer S. Jones: Varsity Chorale 11,12- 
Treasurer 12; Choral Masters 10,11,12; 
Orchestra 9,10,11; Big Show 9,10,11,12; 
AD Club 9; Office Aide 11,12; Euclid 
Cultural Committee 9; Yearbook 
10,11,12; Swim Timer 9. 
Barbie Jurkovic: Class Cabinet 11,12; 
Cheerleading 10; Peer Tutor 11; Ski Club 
10,11,12; Senior Talent Night 12; Home- 
coming Attendant 12. 
John Kale: Eucuyo 10,11,12; Spring Play 




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Roz Blackmon and Mike Betts: who has the contem- 
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11. 

William Joseph John Karabinus: Hockey 
9,11,12; Baseball 9,10,12; Football 9,10. 
James W. King: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Mike Kitchen: Football 9,10,11,12-Co 
Captain 12; Baseball 9,10,12. 
Cynthia Louise Kleckner: Student Coun- 
cil 9; Flag Corps 10,11, 12-Co-Captain 
11,12. 

Diane Koman: Ski Club 10,12; Key Club 
9. 

Kimberly Ann Konrad: Band 9,10,11; 
Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12-President 11; Of- 
fice Aide 10,11,12; Student Council 9. 
Pete Kostan: Soccer 10,11,12; Ski Club 
10,11,12; Senior Talent Night 12; Prom 
Aid 12. 

Max Kozlowski: Football 9,10,11,12; Bas- 
ketball 9. 

William A. Kunes: Soccer 9,10,11,12- 
Captain 9,12; Indoor Track 9,10; Outdoor 
Track 9,10,11; Swimming 11; Band 
9,10,11,12-Squad Leader 11,12-President 
12; National Honor Society 11,12; Stage 
Band 10,11,12. 

Kathleen Marie Kushma: Cross Country 
9,10,11; National Honor Society 11,12; 
Cheerleading 10,11,12; Class Cabinet 
10,11-Executive Board 10,11; Hockey 
Aide 10,11,12; Student Council 12. 
Bridgette Lang; Football Trainer 11,12; 
Ski Club 10,11,12; Softball 12; Office 
Aide 12. 

James Leamon: Wrestling 9; Football 9. 
Craig Leinweber: Golf 11,12; Wrestling 
9. 

Michael A. LeQuyea: Swimming 
9,10,11,12-Captain 11,12; Tennis 11,12; 
Ski Club 10,11. 

Lara Lomac: Wai Napolo 9,10,12-Histori- 
an 10,12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Marching 
Band 10,11,12; Swim Timer 9,10,11,12; 
Key Club 11; National Honor Society 
11,12; Foreign Language Club 9; Pit Band 
10,11; Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Symphonic 
9,10,11,12; Orchestra 9,10,11,12. 
Melissa Marie Long: Band 9,10; Choral 
Masters 11,12; Varsity Chorale 11,12; Big 
Show 9,10,11,12; Ski Club 9,10,11,12; 
Softball 9; Office Aide 10,11,12; Student 
Council 10,11,12; Fall Play 11,12; Holiday 
Play 10; Ad Club 9,10,11,12; Notional 
Honor Society 11,12. 
Lori L. Longstreth: Softball 9,10,11,12; 
Clinic Aide 11; Office Aide 10,11. 
Ken Lux: Tennis 9,10,11,12; Eucuyo 
10,11; Model U.N. 11; Ski Club 11,12. 
Dan Luzny: Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Christopher Marcic; Tennis 10,11,12; 
Model U.N. 11,12. 

Stacey Christine Marron: Office Aide 11. 
Heidi Brumfield Martin: Orchestra 
9,10,11, 12-Vice President 11-President 
12; Class Cabinet 10,11,12; Yearbook 
10,11,12; Eucuyo 11,12; Peer Tutor 
10,11,12; Model U.N. 11,12; Holiday Play 
10,11,12; Fall Play 11,12; Spring Play 11; 
Big Show 11,12; Big Show Orchestra 9; 
National Honor Society 11,12; Science 
Olympics 11,12; Senior Talent Night 12. 
Douglas Matiaska: Yearbook 11,12. 
Kristine Maurer: Office Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Matt Mazzei: Football 9,10,11,12. 
Thomas A. McConnell: Wrestling 11,12. 



William P. McGuinness: Basdetball 
9,10,11,12; Student Council 11,12-Execu- 
tive Board 12; Academic Challenge 11,12; 
Big Show 11,12; P.A. Announcer 12; 
Band Announcer 12. 
Gunhild M. Meaney: Volleyball 9; Bas- 
ketball 9,10; Softball 9,10,12; Football 
Trainer 10,11,12; Class Cabinet 10,11,12. 
Joe Medved: Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Victoria Medved: Cheerleading 
9,10,11,12-Captain 12; Student Council 
12. 

Douglas A. Mehls: Cross Country 
9,10,11,12-Co-Captain 12; Track 9,10; 
Swimming 11,12; Indoor Track 10. 
Christian L. Miheli: Baseball 9; Wres- 
tling 9,10,11; Ski Club 9,10; Survey 12; 
Survey 12; Senior Talent Night 12; Stu- 
dent Council 9; Prom Aide 12. 
Dan Miheli: Soccer 11. 
John Miller: Soccer 9,10,11,12. 
Dal Miranda: Tennis 11,12; Basketball 
10,12. 

James Mixon: Band 9,10,11,12; Indoor 
Track 9,10,11,12; Outdoor Track 
9,10,11,12. 

Gerald Edwin Moore: Wrestling 
9,10,11,12; Football 11; Track 10,12; Key 
Club 11,12-Scrap Book Chairperson 12. 
Mark A. Morek: Football 9,10,11,12; 
Wrestling 9; Track 9; Class Cabinet 
10,11,12; High Lighters 9,10,11. 
Heather Arlcan Morrison: Tennis 
9,10,11,12-Captain 12; Track 9,10,11,12; 
Coral Masters 11,12; Indoor Track 9. 
Lori Marie Moses: OEA 11. 
Kristina M. Motiejunas: Culture Com- 
mitee 9; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12; In- 
door Track 11; Class Cabinet 9. 
Eric Nebe: Football 9,10,11,12; Wrestling 
9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet. 
Julie Ann Noble: Big Show 12; Ski Club 
11,12; Softball 11,12; Yearbook 12; Soccer 
Aid 11,12-Manager 11,12. 
Christine Ann Oboczky: Choral Masters 
11,12; Tennis 9,10,11,12-Captain 11,12; 
Indoor Track 9; Track 9,10,11,12; Year- 
book 12. 

Aron Ohanessian: Track 9; Basketball 9; 
Ski Club 10,11,12; Wai Napolo 11,12; 
Key Club 9,10,11,12. 
Jennifer O'Neill: Ad Club 9,10,11,12; Big 
Show 10,11; Football Aide 10,11; Nation- 
al Honor Society 11,12; PA Announcer 
12; Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 
9,10; Student Council 12. 
Elizabeth S. Oroz ADD Club 10,11; 
Newspaper 9,11,12; Tennis 10,11,12; Cul- 
tural Commitee 9,10; Ski Club 10,11,12; 
Big Show 9,10,11,12; Fall Play 11,12; 
Christmas Play 10;National Honors So- 
ciety 11,12; Student Council 11,12-U.P. 
of Finances 12. 

DeAnn Parker: AFS 9,10,11; Office Aide 
10,11,12. 

Dina L. Pasquale: Office Aide 12. 
Eric Patterson: Marching Band 9,10. 
Darren Pekar: Football 9,10,11,12; Base- 
ball 9,10,12; Office Runner 11,12. 
Daniel J. Penny: Football 10. 
Beth Perdan: Basketball 9; Swimming 
10,11,12; Orchestra 9,10,11,12; Marching 
Band 10,11,12-Squad Leader 10,12; Eu- 
cuyo 10,11, 12-Asst. Editor 11 Editor 12; 
National Honor Society 11,12. 



Seniors 



Christopher J. Perry: Baseball 9,10. 
Rashawn M. Perry: Peer Tutoring 10,11; 
Euclid Cultural Committee 10,11,12; 
Yearbook 12. 
Linda Peterson: Track 10. 
Carmen Renee Petti: Ski Club 10,11; 
Cheerleading 10,12. 

Scott Pinta: Football 9,11,12; Wrestling 
9,10,11,12; Baseball 9. 
Brent Pockar: Football 9; Baseball 9,10; 
Soccer 10,11,12; Ski Club 11,12. 
Cheryl Lynn Porter Class Cabinet 
9,10,11; Survey 9; Volleyball 9,10,11,12. 
Edwin Powers Football 9,10,12; Basket- 
ball 9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,11,12. 
Mary Ellen Quinn Ski Club 12. 
William T. Rabbitts Varsity Chorale 12. 
Eric M. Ramsey Model U.N. 11,12; Eu- 
cuyo 11,12; Student Council 12. 
Najla Rennee Rashid Cultural Commit- 
tee 10,11,12; P.A. Announcer 12. 
Karen Christine Reed National Honor 
Society 11,12; Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; 
Diving 9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11,12; 
Class Cabinet 9,10,11; Student Council 
9,12; Office Aid 12; Ski Club 12; Spirits 9. 
Erica Lynn Richards Peer Tutoring 10; X- 
Country 9,11,12; Track 9; Class Cabinet 
11; Student Council 9,12; Yearbook 
11,12; National Honor Society 11,12. 
Katie Roach Wai Napolo 9,10,11; Year- 
book 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Big Show 
11,12; Fall Play 11; Christmas Play 10. 
Nik Rocco Soccer 9,10; Track 9; Basket- 
ball 10; Baseball 10 
Shawn Roche Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Sandy Roeder Student Secretary 11,12. 
Calvin Rogers Football 9,10; Basketball 
9,10; Cultural Committee 11; Career Be- 
ginners 11,12; Track 12. 
Laura Sue Roll Marching Band 
9,10,11,12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Swim Timer 
10,11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; National 
Honor Society 11,12. 
Michelle Marie Sari Student Council 
11,12; National Honor Society 11,12; Peer 
Tutoring 11; Ski Club 12; Basketball Aid 
9. 

Jeanette Sas Track 9,10,11,12; X-Country 
9,10,12; Basketball 9,10,11,12. 
Joseph R. Sauer Band 9,10. 
Michele Savolainen Band 9. 
Michael Scarniench Football 11,12. 
Beth Suzanne Schafer Ski Club 10,11,12; 
AFS 11,12; Tennis 11,12; Yearbook 10; 
Eucuyo 12; Peer Tutoring 12. 
Joe Schiavoni Football 9,10. 
Kristin A. Schoen Marching Band 11,12; 
Wai Napolo 11,12. 

Tracy Ann Scolaro Cheerleading 
9,10,11,12; Ski Club 10. 
Jim Segulin Key Club 9,10,11,12-Secre- 
tary 10,ll;Vice President 12; Swim Team 
10,11,12; Marching Band 9,10,11,12- 
Squad Leader 11,12-Quarter Master 
11,12; Stage Band 11,12; Senior Talent 
Night 11,12; NHS 11,12. 
Marie Patrice Sheridan Class Cabinet 
9,10,11; Ski Club 10,11,12; AFS 
9,10,11,12; Student Council 9,10; Tennis 
11. 

John D. Shivak: Tennis 10; Golf 10,11,12; 
Yearbook 12; Ski Club 12. 
Ryan M Sink Football 9,10,11,12. 
Kristina D. Siupinys Wai Napolo 10; Of- 



fice Aid 12. 

Andre Smith Football 11. 
Stephen R. Smith Eucuyo 9,10,11,12; 
Christmas Play 11; Spring Play 11. 
Scott Soos Football 9; O.E.A. 11. 
Jillanne Sopko Class Cabinet 10,11; Soft- 
ball 9,10,11,12; Soccer 9. 
Curtis John Spencer Survey 10,11,12; 
AFS 11,12; Student Council 11,12; For- 
eign Language Club 11,12; Winter Play 
11; Peer Tutor 11,12; President's Club 
11,12. 

Rebecca A. Sperner Student Council 
11,12 

Keith Speroff Tennis 9,10,11,12; Swim- 
ming 9; Band 9,10,11,12; Golf 10. 
James M. Stephens Band 9,10,11; Big 
Show 9,10,11; Swimming 9,10; Choral 
Masters 11,12; Senior Talent Show 
9,10,11,12. 

Jim Stipkovich Football 11,12. 
Jason A. Straub Golf 10,11,12. 
Valencia Marie Strowder Track 10,11,12; 
National Honor Society 11,12; Cultural 
Committee 10,11, Treasurer 12; Class 
Cabinet 9,10,11,12; Student Council 12. 
Elvis Sugar Football 9,10,12. 
Stephen J. Tajgiszer Baseball 9; Football 
9,10,11, Co-Captain 12. 
Lee Taurman X-Country 9,10,11, Captain 
12; Indoor Track 9,10,11,12; Track 
9,10,11,12. 

Leila Rachelle Thomas Student Council 
9,10; Soccer 9,10,11,12; Homecoming At- 
tendant 10; Basketball 10; Track 
9,10,11,12; Indoor Track 9,12; Class Cabi- 
net 11,12. 

Tracyle Thomas Student Council 9; Out- 
doors Club 9; Flag Corps 10. 
Tarnell Thompson Wrestling 9; Track 
9,10,11,12; Cultural Committee 9; Career 
Beginnings 9. 

Shelly Anne Tinker Student Council 
9,10; Office Aid 11,12. 
Anthony Tirabassi Track 9. 
Elizabeth E. Tobolewski Volleyball 10, 
Track 10,12; Class Cabinet 10,11; Year- 
book 11,12; Survey 11, Editor 12; AFS 
ll,President 12; Big Show 11,12. 
Craig E. Touschner Band 10,11; Wai Na- 
polo 9; Baseball 9,10,11,12. 
Joseph P. Tressler Swimming 9,10,11,12; 
Baseball 9; Tennis 10,11,12; Band 
9,10,11,12. 

Michele L. Troha Ad Club 10. 
John J. Tucci Football 9,10,11,12; Wres- 
tling 12. 

Danielle Tuckerman Swimming 
9,10,11,12; Wai Napolo 9,10,12; AFS 
10,12; Clinic Aid 11,12; 
Sunny U Tennis 12; Model UN 10,11,12; 
Eucuyo 11,12; Science Club President 10; 
Student Council 12; Cultural Committee 
9,10. 

Nina Valencic Cheerleading 9,10,11,12 
Co-captain 10,12; Class Cabinet 10,11,12; 
Student Council 12; Homecoming Atten- 
dant 11; Track 9,10; Senior Talent Night 
12. 

Kathleen S. Vanah Volleyball 9,10,12; 
Basketball 9,10,12; Softball 9,10,11,12; 
Class Cabinet 11,12. 
Tommie Vanderhoff Football 9. 
Chantel Spring Van Dyne Diving 
9,10,11,12; Outdoor Club 9,10,11,12; Of- 



Some of the members of Varsity Chorale posing 
halls. 




Seniors 




Going To College 

Seniors tell of college plans 



\ Kris Heffernan deep in concentration. 



Many seniors from the 
class of '89 are planning 
on attending college. 
Every student differs in their 
dreams. Here are some of those 
goals. 

Valencia Strowder: go to Spel- 
man and marry a Morehouse 
man. 

Vada Owens: go to Kent State or 
Central State. 

Chantel Van Dyne: get accepted 
somewhere. 

Gunhild Meaney: be the first 
girl not to gain any weight. 
Gerald Moore: major in criminal 
justice or psychology. 
Pat Cater: attend Borromeo and 
St. Mary's Seminary to study for 
the priesthood. 

Mary Sweet: attend college for 
four years and learn to turn let- 
ters to take over Vanna White's^ 
job. m 

Lisa Drage, Brent Pockar, Steve 
Smith, Cathy Chiancone, and 
Maria Dent: attend OSU. 
Mike Guilfoyle: attend Duke; 
and play baseball. 
Mark Morek, Dal Miranda, and 
Howard Taylor: plan on enter- 
ing the armed services. 
Curt O'Neal: take one day at a 
time. 

Julie Fischer: go to school as far 
away as possible from her 
parents. 

Michelle Spencer, Frances Hri- 
bar, Maria Gelo, and Lee Taur- 
man: major in business in 
college. 

Christy Fazio: wants to become 
an interior designer. 
Jim Cudo: go to Tri-C at night to 
study to be a cop. 
Kim Konrad, Bill McGuinness, 
Diane Miller, and Lisa Kirchner: 
plan to major in education. 
Tawfig Akhir, Gina Diaddario, 
and Veronica Piscopo: plan on 
majoring in art. 

Kay Corrigan and Karen Reed: 
plan to major in advertising and 
accounting. 

-Heidi Martin and 

Julie Groves ^^^1 



fice Aid 11,12 Yearbook Staff 12 

Bob Velkos Basketball 9,10. 

Joe Velkos Basketball 9,10. 

Craig A. VoU Baseball 9,10; Diving 11. 

Rhonda Walls Track 9; Basketball 9. 

Erin Walsh Class Cabinet 11; Ski Club 

10,11,12. 

Susan L. Walsh Volleyball 9; Basketball 

Aid 9; Class Cabinet 11. 

Jennifer Lynn Walternnire Student 

Council 9,10,11,12; Class Cabinet 9,10; 

Choral Masters 10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 

11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; Senior Talent 

Show 10,11,12. 

Stephanie Renee Walton Big Show 

9,10,12; Senior Talent Night 10,11,12; 

Student Council 10; Class Cabinet 10; 

Varsity Chorale 11,12; Ad Club 10. 

Tracey Ann Walworth Ad Club 

9,10,11,12; Wrestling Stat 9,10,11. 

Maryann Waschura Student Council 12; 

Wai Napolo 9. 




Greg Juratic working hard on his homework. 



Seniors 



Prom Plans 

Seniors plan for prom 

s 



eniors were polled as to what they would be doing for the prom. Here are 

some of the typical responses. 

Vada Owens, Bill Kunes, Kelli Vanah, Michelle Spencer, Mike Guilfoyle, 
Christina Fasick, Karen Reen, Jennifer O'Neill, Tawfig Akhir, Gina Diaddario, 
Michele Savolainen, Leila Thomas, Diane Miller and Gilbert Urena are all plan- 
ning on having a good time. 

Mark Morek, Mike Betts, Kim Konrad and Valencia Strowder all plan on going 
out of town after the prom. 

Jim Cudo, Darren Pekar, Lucretia Dillard, Gerald Moore and Liz Oroz are going to 
do a lot of partying. 

Heidi Martin wants to take a limo by a McDonalds drive thru window. 
Curt Spencer just wants to go. 

Kay Corrigan wants to finally have the person she wants right there by her side. 
Veronica Piscopo wants to go and leave alive. 

Rashawn Perry wants to go to after prom and then to discos for most of the night. 
Tracy Thomas wants to wear a tux. 

Shelly Tinker wants to find a gorgeous dress, rent a limo and go with a guy 
wearing a white tux with tails. 

Barbie Jurkovic wants to go and meet people from her graduating class that she 
has never even seen. 

Beth Perdan wants to watch the sun rise with her friends and Cathy turn green. 
Curt O'Neal wants to give flowers and happiness to his date. 
Willie Daniel II is planning on going with more than one girl. 
Lisa Anderson is going with a gorgeous guy and have one of her most memoraable 
times. 

Maria Gelo hopes to go drag racing in her limo. 

Kim Konrad hopes to go to her aunt's cottage at Put-in-Bay and go to Cedar Point. 
Steve Smith wants to have a good time and not wake up the day after with a 
hangover or a baby. 

Tracy Scolaro hopes to visit the Kokomos after the prom. 
Kelly Higgins is planning on having the most awesome dress and had and arrive 
in a 1965 candy apple red Ford Mustang. 





Homecoming was a lot of fun but prom is much better. 



Seeing And Reading 

Seniors choose their favorite movies and boolis 



he Class of '89, apart 
from being hard workers, 
took time out to go with 
friends to the movies or to 
lounge around and red a book. 
The top ranked movies for se- 
niors were "Dirty Dancing," 
"Cocktail," "Top Gun," and 
"Raw." Others mentioned in- 
cluded "Nightmare on Elm 
Street Part 4," "Fatal Attraction," 
"Animal House," "Platoon," 
"Lost Boys," "Caddyshack"... 
the list goes on. As for books, 
the favorite novels were Of Mice 
and Men, The Catcher in the 
Rye, A Tale of Two Cities, 
Wuthering Heights, Lord of the 
Flies, The Outsiders, and In Cold 
Blood. It is a variety of interest 
representing a variety of indi- 
viduals. Indeed, the seniors here 
at Euclid have great taste in en- 
tertainment. -Heidi Martin 




Students found art classes interesting. 



Joe Jankowski recommends "Modern Physics". 




Students showing that books are important in their classes. 



Denise Murphy looks lovely with literature. 



Seniors 



What's On TV? 



Seniors relate their favorite television shows 



Television played a large 
part in the lives of the se- 
niors at Euclid High 
School. Many seniors spent 
much of their home time in 
front of the television. A poll of 
the seniors showed that the most 
popular television show was 
"The Cosby Show". In second 
place was "Cheers", "Alf" and 



"Growing Pains". After that 
came "L. A. Law". Night Court", 
"21 Jump Street", "Family Ties" 
and "Days of Our Lives". Other 
shows that were mentioned were 
"The Young Ones", "Moon- 
lighting", "Beauty and the 
Beast", "Santa Barbara", "Who's 
the Boss", "Electric Blue", "A 
Different World", "The Brady 




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Bunch", "MacGyver", "Perfect 
Strangers", "Video Soul", "Tour 
of Duty", "Kate and Allie", "Da- 
vid Letterman", "Hunter", "Wi- 
seguy", "MASH", "All My Chil- 
dren", "Twilight Zone", 
"Designing Women", "Laverne 
and Shirley", "National Geo- 
graphic", "T. J. Hooker", 
"Knot's Landing", "Morton 
Downey Jr. Show", "Guiding 
Light", "Full House", "Police 
Squad", "My Two Dads", and 
"Green Acres". 



Could this be a new filming location for "Sesame Street"? 



Danielle Tuckerman, Lisa Anderson and Christina Fasick, 
the new "Star Search" regulars? 




Nora Race, Marie Sheridan and Kristie Attwood probably wish they were on 
"The Dating Game". 




Looking Back Divider 



SPRING 'S8 




Looking Back Divider 



Baseball Teams Excell 




Varsity baseball row 1: Mike Dunmire, Mark Dunmire, Paul Kudlak, Matt Harrison, 
Shawn Roche, Mike Guilfoyle. Row 2:Coach Ray Fisher, Joe Medved, Matt Carpen- 
ter, Scott Brown, Ron Ulle, John Colbert, Len Nieves. Row 3: Coach Jeff Hartmann, 
Pat Langdon, Tom Strah, Matt Medve, Ed Ryans, Rick Hornyak, Tony Granito, Head 
Coach Paul Serra. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 


s 


EUCLID 




OPPONENT^ 


3 


Holy Name 


6 


5 


Kaiser, Honolulu 


10 


8 


Edgewater, Florida 


6 


5 


Kaiser, Honolulu 


7 


6 


Columbus, Georgia 


13 


7 


Campolindo, Calif. 


12 


9 


Benedictine 


6 


5 


Chardon 





10 


Brush 


2 


9 


Mentor 


6 


4 


Eastlake North 


3 


6 


St. Joseph 


9 


2 


Maple Heights 


5 


9 


Mayfield 


4 


8 


St. Edward 


7 


21 


Willoughby South 





10 


Chanel 





21 


Bedford 





6 


Bay Village 


3 


13 


Mentor 


8 


8 


Perry 


5 


11 


Brush 


1 


13 


Rocky River 





3 


Eastlake North 


8 


3 


Mentor 


2 


17 


Maple Heights 


S 


5 


Shaker Heights 





1 


Painesville Riverside 


2 


3 


Mayfield 


4 


10 


Willoughby South 


1 


3 


Bedford 


1 


SEASON RECORD WON 21 LOST 10 




CCC RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 





JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 






EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


15 


Holy Name 




4 


5 


St. Joseph 







5 


Valley Forge 




1 





Benedictine 




3 


9 


Chardon 




4 


2 


Brush 




5 


6 


Mentor 




1 


11 


North 




12 


11 


St. Joseph 




6 


17 


Maple Heights 




6 


11 


Mayfield 




5 


5 


St. Edward 




8 


7 


St. Edward 




3 


24 


South 




2 


15 


Chanel 




14 


4 


Bedford 




1 


4 


Bay Village 




3 


2 


Mentor 




1 


12 


Brush 




4 


7 


Rocky River 




4 


2 


North 







5 


Maple Heights 




9 


8 


St. Ignatius 




7 


11 


Mayfield 




1 


3 


South 




2 


11 


Bedford 




1 


SEASON RECORD WON 20 LOST 5 TIE 1 




GCC RECORD WON 10 LOST 3 TIE 1 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 













Junior Varsity baseball row 1: Adam Brown, Jim Batteiger, Marlon Moore, Doug 
Higham, Scott Danna, John Little. Row 2: Eric Kuhen, Greg Bachelor, Dan Spehar, Mike 
Shippitka, Chad Bracken, Chris Mannello, Rob Mingle, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row 3: 
Tim Phillis, John Parsons, Ted Swearingen, Matt Chinchar, Dan Tomic, Steve Fakult, 
Jack Nemecek, Jim Sigh. 



Looking Back 



Softballers Finish First 



1 

FRESHMAN SOFTBALL 1 


^H 


EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


1 


Cleve. Heights 


8 


8 


South 


13 





Mayfield 


3 


IS 


Orange 


4 


19 


Hawken 


5 


6 


North 


9 


2 


Brush 


19 


4 


North 


10 


9 


South 


13 


7 


Mayfield 


8 


15 


Cleve. Heights 


4 


19 


Hawken 


9 


15 


Orange 


20 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 




LOST 9 




■ 





Varsity Softball Row 1: Laurie Longstreth, Jill Sopko, 
Michelle Jividen, Cindy Cramer, Marlene Hribar, 
Christina Fasick. Row 2: Angle Camber, Meme Vend, 
Tracey Dembek, Lynn Phillips, Megan Wandersleben, 
Brandy Reichman, Coach Nolan. 

Junior Varsity Softball Row 1: Laura Montagner, Jan- 
nifer Kacperski, Kristie Ugrinic, Cynthia Grubach, Jill 
Enneper, Tracey Filipasic, Gina Juengel. Row 2: Man- 
ager Marcus Kelly, Theresa Champa, Marlene Apain- 
ites, Danielle DeSico, Kelli Vanah, Karen Reed, Julie 
Noble, Coach Dan Maxson. 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


8 


Brush 




6 


16 


North 




4 


7 


St. Joseph 




6 


8 


Mayfield 




7 


7 


St. Edward 




5 


15 


South 




8 


7 


Shaker 




5 


14 


Bay 







7 


Solon 




1 


11 


BrMsh 







20 


Shaker 




1 


8 


South 




1 


17 


North 







10 


St. Ignatius 




3 


16 


Mayfield 




6 


13 


St. Ignatius 




7 


11 


St. Joseph 




1 


9 


St. Edward 




3 


SEASON RECORD WON 17 




LOSTO 








GCC 


RECORD WON 8 




LOSTO 








LEAGUE FINISH 1st 


^■■■1 



JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


10 


Central Cath. 




8 


3 


Garfield Hts. 




13 


7 


Holy Name 




9 


9 


Mentor 




14 


14 


Regina 




10 





South 




5 


2 


Brush 




13 


19 


Maple Hts. 




8 


22 


Bedford 




4 


5 


Mayfield 




7 


2 


Lake Catholic 




11 


15 


Magnificat 




13 





North 




16 


3 


Brush 




7 


10 


Mentor 




11 


8 


South 




9 


7 


Maple Hts. 




6 


13 


Bedford 







6 


Holy Name 




17 





Mayfield 




9 


6 


North 




7 


26 


Warrensville Hts 




3 


SEASON WON 8 LOST 14 






GCC 


WON 4 LOST 11 


JH^^g 



VARSITY SOFTBALL 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


1 


Central Cath. 


6 


11 


Villa Angela 





6 


Trinity 


13 


5 


Holy Name 


4 





Mentor 


4 


14 


Regina 


3 





South 


1 


9 


Brush 


11 


13 


Maple Hts 


4 


17 


Bedford 


4 


10 


Mayfield 





3 


Lake Cath. 


10 


5 


Magnificat 





7 


North 


8 


6 


Mentor 





12 


Brush 


8 


6 


South 


5 


6 


Solon 





6 


Padua 


15 


7 


Wickliffe 


2 


1 


South 


8 


5 


Maple Hts 


1 


9 


Bedford 


1 


14 


Holy Name 


8 


12 


Mayfield 


3 


4 


Villa Angela 


7 


4 


North 


2 


6 


Warrensville 





SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 10 


GCC RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 


g. LEAGUE FINISH 1st 


:^m 



Looking Back 




Boy's Track Row 1: Eric Eyman, Lee Taurman, Bob Jones, John Wanderslaben, Matt 
Schwartz, Joe VeharRow 2: Jamil Price, Keith Hood, Pete Caputo, Jeff Brown, Bob Bell,John 
HaggertyRow 3: Bruce Hardman, Harry Luikart, Rob Smith, Tawfig Akhir, Tom McClinton, 
Nate HallowayRow 4: Vernard Adams, Tarnell Thompson, Patrice Ward, Clarence Sim- 
mons, Eric Berry, Travis O'Hannon, Donald Craig, Ray RhoneRow 5: Reggie Roach, Carlos 
Henderson, Lance Nosse, Reggie White, coach RamlowRow 6:Mr. Soltez, Mr. Halbedel, Mr. 
Tomasi 




Girl's Track Row 1: Lisa Tirabassi, Jeanette Sas, Jodi Enneper, Coleen Bradach, India Ford, 
Angie Arrington, T. C. Lee, Sandy SesicRow 2: Mia Parise, Lisa Marvin, Nicole Molnar, 
Terri Schmeling, Carmela Cornelius, Velencia Strowder, Bridget Negrelli, Becky Reid, 
Shannon ThomasRow 3: Merideth Fitzgerald, Heather Morrison, Kristina Motiejunas, Tra- 
cy Prestigomo, Chris Valencic, Chris OboczkyRow 4: Head Coach Pete Schweke, Terri 
Renshaw, Laura West, asst. coach Tom Wanderslaben, asst. coach Dick YorkNot pictured: 
Karen Maroli, Taray Terry, Leila Thomas, Laura Zigman, Jennifer Davis, Jill Tomasi, 
Monica Thomas, Karmen Knez 




FRESHMAN BOYS TRACK 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


51 


Mentor Ridge 


80 


69 


Mentor Mem. 


59 


57 


Mentor Shore 


75 


65 


Riverside 


67 


65 


Mayfield 


58 


59.5 


Cleve. Hts. 


72.5 


SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 4 




GCC 


RECORD WON 2 LOST 2 





VARSITY BOY'S TRACK 




EUCLID 


OPPONENT 


110 South 




22 


114 North 




18 


69 Brush 




63 


104 St. Joseph 




28 


102 Bedford 




25 


104 Maple Hts. 




28 


63 Mentor 




69 


115 Mayfield 




17 


BIG MEETS 






Medina 




2nd 


Dupler 




2nd 


Mentor 




Isl 


Sandusky 




1st 


Euclid 




2nd 


District 




2nd 


Regional 




2nd 


State 




29th 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 


LOSTl 






GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 








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VARSITY GIRL'S TRACK 




EUCLID OPPONENT 


58 North 


70 


83 Bedford 


45 


84 Maple Hts. 


44 


54 Mentor 


74 


82 Mayfield 


46 


79 Brush 


49 


74 South 


54 


Medina Relays 


4th 


Cardinal Relays 


3rd 


Ranger Relays 


3rd 


Bay Rocket Relays 


Sth 


League Meet 


2nd 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 


GCC RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 




LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 






Robert Smith giving one of usual spectacular 
performances. 



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FRESHMAN GIRL'S TRACK 






EUCLID 




OPPONENT 


45 


Mentor Ridge 




81 


67 


Mentor Memorial 




61 


66 


Mentor Shore 




61 


50 


Riverside 




66 J 


39 


Cleve. Hts. 




86 1 


EUCLID INVIT. FIFTH 




1 


SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 3 


J 


GCC 


RECORD WON 2 LOST 1 


M 



-reshman Girl's Track Row 1: Telesa Terry, Patty Lux, Ann Kelly, Kim Mikich, Missy 
iocco, Michelle Norton. Row 2: Debbie Isgro, Becky Karnak, Hope Schmidt, Lisa Riedel, 
iue Chun, Lee Jackson, Dick York. Row 3: Terra Proctor, Brandy Nickell, Janene 
^akraysek, Kelly Duffy, Chris Von Sick, Michelle Secic, Rogelene Castro. 




Varsity Tennis Row 1: Leo Dejak, Joe Tressler, Ken Lux, Eric Cala- 
brese. Row 2: Dzerowicz, Bill Tajgiszer, Chris Marcic, Joe 
Jankowski. 



Junior Varsity Tennis: Peter Swope, Lorenzo Norris, Craig Bush, Dal 
Miranda, Keith Speroff. 



VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 


EUCLID 


OPONENT 


4 


Valley Forge 1 





North Olmsted 5 


4 


Richmond Hts. 





Brecksville 5 





Cleve. Hts. 5 


5 


Kirtland 


1 


North 4 


2 


Parma 3 





Mayfield 5 


4 


St. Joseph 1 


1 


Mentor 4 


1 


West Geauga 4 


4 


South 1 


1 


Lakewood 4 





Brush 5 


3 


Padua 2 


2 


Lake Catholic 3 


4 


Normandy 1 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 11 


GCC 


RECORD WON 1 LOST 4 


LEAGUE FINISH FIFTH 



JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS 




EUCLID 




OPPONENT 





Brecksville 




5 





University 




5 


1 


Cleve. Hts. 




4 





Mayfield 




5 





Mentor 




5 





West Geauga 




5 


3 


Mayfield 




2 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 LOST 6 






Looking Back 



Swinging to STV 




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Looking Back 



"Impossible things are hap- 
pening every day" as was the 
case when the plain country 
bumpkin Cinderella was wed to 
Prince Christopher Rupert Win- 
demire Vladimire Karl Alexan- 
der Francois Reginold Lancelot 
Herman Gregory James. (Their 
names sure were long enough!) 
We were all familiar with that 
absolutely delightful, romantic 
tale of true love at first sight and 
last year on March 18, 19 and 25 
the story was presented in full 
color as Euclid High's annual 
musical. Big Show. 

Under the ever patient, imagi- 
native, and brilliant direction of 
Sandi Bambic as well as the in- 
valuable guidance of musical di- 
rector Robert Godfrey, choreog- 
rapher Sally Parrino, orchestral 
director Bill Shafer, advisor Ju- 
dith Carmody, and technical di- 
rector Allen Black, a gorgeous, 
extravagant, breathtaking ver- 
sion of Cinderella thrilled adults 
and children alike. Of course, 
the cast themselves were also re- 
sponsible for the spectacle; such 
scenes as the tender romance of 
Cinderella and the Prince, the 
balance of merriment and pater- 
nal concern of the King and 
Queen, the magic of the God- 
mother, and the hilarity of the 
snobby Stepmother and Stepsis- 
ters as they fell under Cinderel- 
la's trance. 

One, also, could never over- 
look and praise the chorus and 
dancers as well as all the other 
students that were involved be- 
cause as Miss Bambic often said 
"one part is just as important to 
the show as any other in making 
it a success." Those who were 
responsible for the beautiful 
performances made "Cinderella" 
rank as one of the best Big 
Shows ever. As one audience 
member remarked, "You can't 
see everything the first time you 
come. It is all so beautiful, so 
colorful that you'd have to come 
back many times to see all that 
goes on. It was superlative." 
-Heidi Martin 




Looking Back 





What did you get when you 
mixed together a stabbing, an at- 
tempted poisoning, several 
strange disappearances, a myste- 
rious gunshot and a creaky old 
mansion? Oddly enough, it was 
the setting for last year's spring 
play "But Why Bump Off Bar- 
naby?" Under the patient and 
persistent direction of Judith 
Carmody, this farce successfully 
brought laughter in abundance 
to its audiences. 

A party was arranged at Marl- 
gate Manor, ancestral home of 
Orion LeDuc, a somewhat crip- 
pled baronet. Lady Barbara Fen- 
wick, his supposedly deaf sister- 
in-law, and Miss Barnsdale, the 



very proper, quite blind family 
governess. An apprehensive and 
sometimes rude maid, Magnolia, 
was hired as well as a proper and 
efficient butler, Medkins. 
Guests include Barnaby Folcey, 
the sole poor relation of the Le- 
Duc's, Cleo Barton, a fading 
American actress who thinks 
otherwise, and Dora Dunstock, 
Orion's sweet but extremely na- 
ive niece. Naturally, surprise 
company also intrudes in the 
form of Rosalind Barstow, an at- 
tractive fortune hunter, and Jeff 
Barnett, a handsome police re- 
porter and a friend that Cleo 
picked up in a pub. 

What could ruin such a won- 
derous affair but the untimely 
murder of Barnaby. As Dora 
would say, "But why would any- 
one want to bump off Barnaby?" 
The search for the murderer and 
his other motive is confused by 
the message left by the deceased, 
spelling "BAR." Everyone pre- 
sent was connected to these 
three letters, either in name or in 
action, with the highest suspi- 
cion falling on Dora and Jeff, 
who were discussing their wed- 
ding plans with Barnaby when 
he was killed. They all seemed to 
have suspicious stories as well as 
a further connection to what 
some refer to as "thingies," 
"zambules," "whatsies," or "leg 
baggage." (These were the con- 
tainers that carrier pidgeons car- 
ry their messages in.) 

It was a hilarious and enter- 
taining experience for both the 
actors and the audience. 
-Heidi Martin 



Looking Back 




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Final Hours 




Looking Back 



Vile Express Our Appreciation To Our,,. 



BUSINESS PATRONS 



DR. A. A. ROLFE 

22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Suite 206 

289-8998 



DR. ELWOOD SAWITKE 

Optometrist 

20050 Lal(e Shore Bivd. 

481-0979 



NORTHEAST ORAL AND 
IVIAXILLOFACIAL 
SURGEONS, INC. 

410 Euclid Medical Plaza 
26300 Euclid Ave. 

261-1010 
Dr. Donald Lewis 
Dr. Eugene Linsey 



FACULTY PATRONS 



Mr. 



Jane Addis 

Bob Addis 

Justin J. Antonini 

Antonia Araca 

Cheryl Arthur 

Ronald A. Backos 

Sandi Bambic 

Stanford Bender 

Allen Black 

Patricia Buck 

Judith Lynne Carmody 

Ms. Wilma Carroll 

Doc Daugherty 

and Mrs. Thomas Gubitosi 



Patricia Habat 

Frank Hoffert 

Jan Kehn 

Jane Lellis 

Joan H. Lidrbauch 

Ted and Mary Lomac 

Mrs. Margaret Lucas 

William McGuinness 

Judith McLaughlin 

Mrs. K. Morris 

Mr. and Mrs. Petrovic 

Roy Pignatiello 

Sally J. Pla 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reno 



Anthony Russo 

Sandy Sanborn 

Paul Serra 

Frank, Tina and Frankie Soltesz 

Dave and Phyllis Sprochi 

Judith Stobinski 

Christine Torrelli 

Bill Von Benken 

Mary White 

Bob Yocum 

The Yuhas Family 

Judith Zubizarreta 



PARENT PATRONS 



Paul and Karen Blanc / Mark Blanc 

Tim and Carmie Fogarty / Christen Fogarty 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gubitosi / Domenic Gubitosi 

Doug and Leona Johnson / Phil Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Matish / Alison Matish 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Maxwell / Elaine Maxwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Medved / Vicky Medved 

Mr. and Mrs. David Mehls / Doug Mehls 

Carolyn Mikich / Kimberly Mikich 



John and Patricia Miller / John R. Miller 

Gary and Guila Noble / Julie Ann Noble 

Michele Pinzarroni / Christina Pinzarroni 

Edmond and Barbara Shivak / John Shivak 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Torzewski Sr. / Bruce Torzewski Jr. 

James Trionfante / Dean Trionfante 

Dennis and Sheila Turkall / Corri Turkall 

Chester and Constance Westover / Peter L. Westover 



PARENT PATRONS 



Thad and Dolores Anderson 

Lisa M. Anderson 

Lisa, you have been a joy in our hearts. We hope 

your future will be great in whatever you do. 

Our love, 

Mom and Dad 

Peter and Colleen Asseff 

Denise Asseff 

Congratulations Class of '89'. Happiness and 

success to all, especially to those we know and 

love! 

John and Betty Attwood 

Kristin A. Attwood 

You know your roots. 

You know your goals. 

You will grow to achieve them; 

Love you 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bierer Jr. 

Sally Louise Bierer 

Thanks for happy memories. Best wishes for 

your future! 

Charles and Ronna Bryant 

Chris Bryant 

Congratulations to the drum line and to the 

marching band for a great year! The Bryant 

Family 

Dennis and Betsy Caric 

Kathy Caric 

Kathy, Congratulations! We are so proud of 

you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Ruth and Joe Cickavage 

Diane Cickavage 

Dear "Crash"; We are thankful you are still 

with us. If you have a 3.00 and make NHS, all 

debts are forgiven. Ruthie and Joey 

Keith and Carol Clark 

David Clark 

Strive for what makes you happy 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Clark 

Shaun Eric Clark 

Shaun, we're proud of you, Good Luck! Mom 

and Dad 

Thomas and Joan Colbert 
John P. Colbert 
Congratulations! We love you! 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Day 
Catherine Day- 
Best of luck to Cathy aand the class of 1989 

William C. and Jane R. Dehner 

Amy Dehner 

Dear Amy; Congratulations and good luck in 

the future. Mom, Dad, Sue, Deb, Karen, Jenny 

Nick and Charlotte DiBartolomeo 
Dan DiBartolomoe 
Congratulations Dan. 

Dr. and Mrs. T. DiSantis 
Mary Ellen DiSantis 



Best wishes for health, happiness and the future 
of your dreams. Mom and Dad 

Mr. and Mrs. John Donnett Sr. 
Mark Donnett 
Congratulations!! 

John and Beverly Drage 

Lisa Drage 

May God bless and keep you in his care 

Cathy and Steve Enneper 

Jill Enneper 

Jill; Good Luck next year. Enjoy your senior 

year at Euclid. Love, Mom, Dad, Jodi, and Jean 

Ken and Linda Fair 

Meg Fair 

Congratulations Meg! Love, Mom and Dad 

Henry B. and Marsha A. Fischer 
Julie Anne Fischer 
Congratulations to the class of '89! 

Jim and Mary Fumich 
Victoria A. Fumich 

Vicky, Have fun, but absorb all knowledge pos- 
sible in your last two years of high school. We 
love and are proud of you. 

Dad and Santy Gilmore 

Shannon Gilmore 

Good Luck seniors, the future is yours. 

Wayne and Bonnie M. Gould 

Scott R. Gould 

Congratulations to our son, Scott Gould on a 

great "88-89". We're proud of your 

accomplishments. 

Mom and Dad, Wayne and Bonnie Gould 

Nicholas and Joan Grubach Jr. 

Nicholas M. Grubach 

Stand for truth. Never give up and always do 

your best. 

Love, Dad and Mom 

Jim and Pat Gildone 

Danelle Gildone 

To our sweet little Danelle, 

We love you. 

Mommy and Daddy 

James B. and Antoinette Haffey 
Gesse Haffey 

Gesse, As you leave your school days behind 
and move on to college, you will begin to under- 
stand how we have tried to prepare you for 
anything you will encounter through life. We 
are very proud of you! 
All our love. Mom and Dad 

Corlista Hardman 

Bruce Hardman 

Bruce, I am so very proud of the young man you 

have become. May you achieve all of your goals 

in life. 

Love, Mom 

Buck and Rachel Henry 
Jeanette Henry 



Congratulations to the class of 1989. 

The Henry Family, Buck, Rachel and Susan 

Charles and Kathleen Hughes 

Brian J. Hughes 

Brian, We loved you from the moment you were 

born, and as you grew our love and respect grew 

with you. We pray you always give and receive 

only the best life has to offer. 

Love Mom and Dad 

Kathleen Jelenic 

Mark Jelenic 

I hope your life is as happy as you have made 

my life. 

Love, Mom 

Bill and Laurel Jerin 

Bill Jerin 

Congratulations. You made the first of many 

steps! 

Mom and Dad 

John Kale 

Live long and prosper. 

Mrs. Merle Kirchner 

Lisa L. Kirchner 

We are so proud of you. Love and Happiness 

always. 

Mom and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Kitchen 

Mike Kitchen 

May the life ahead of you be as successful and 

fun filled as your high school years have been. 

You have made us very proud. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Betty and Gary Kleckner 
Cynthia Kleckner 
So proud of you. 
Love you. 

Frances Koman 

Diane Koman 

Good Luck in the future and years to come. 

Mom and Dad 

John and Bea Kushma 

Kathy Kushma 

Congratulations and the best of everything to 

the class of '89 

Brian and Mary LeQuyea 

Michael LeQuyea 

Congratulations Michael! We love you. 

Mom and Dad 

Charles Lmbert Jr. 

Kevin Limbert 

Congratulations Kevin, We're proud of you. 

Mom and Dad 

Jack and JoAnn Marron 

Stacey Marron 

Stacey, We have always been so proud of you 

and know that if you continue to work as hard 

as you have these last four years, your future 

will be bright. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Nate 



Parent Patrons 



Vern and Clara Martin 

Heidi Martin 

Heidi, What a great four years you have had at 

EHS. We are very proud of you and your accom- 

pHshments. You must build the ladder by 

which you climb. What a start! 

Love Mom and Dad 

Michael and Geraldine Mazzei 

Mathias Mazzei 

"What a man thinks about himself. That it is 

which determines or rather indicates his fate." - 

Thoreau 

Tom and Vicky McNamara 
Mary L. McNamara 
You make us feel proud. 

Dr. and Mrs. Dalmacio L. Miranda Jr. 
Dalmacio B. Miranda Jr. Ill 
Dear Junior, Congratulations on your gradua- 
tion. May the good Lord bless you and guide 
you always. 
Love from Daddy, Mommy, Sisters and Brother 

Ms. Etoi Moore 

Gerald Edwin Moore 

Reach for the stars. 

There's one up there for you. 

Set all your life's goals. 

Then go for them. 

Tried and true. 

God Bless you. 

Love Mom 

Tony and Kathy Muzinic 
Chris Muzinic 
Chris, We love you! 
Mom and Dad 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Oboczky 
Christine A. Oboczky 
We love you Chris, 
Mom and Dad 

Charlotte and Rudy Perdan 
Beth Perdan 
Good Luck Beth 
We love you. 

Joyce and Lane Alkire 
William Rabbits 
Bill, Good Luck in the future. 
Love, Mom and Pop 

Jamila H. Rashid 

Najla Rashid 

Congratulations! 1 love you and may God bless 

you in all your endeavors! 

Mom 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Riha 

Vincent John Riha 

To Vince "You are Gift " 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Roethel Jr. 
Robert J. Roethel 

Dear Rob: Wishing you the best in life and a 
future filled with happiness. Good Luck! 
Mom and Dad 



Jeannie and Larry Rowe 

Heather Rowe 

Heather, may your individuality remain with 

you throughout this life and the lifetimes to 

come. 

Love Ma and Da 

Pat and Jim Sargent 

David Sargent 

Dave; You're number one in our book. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

George and Joan Sari 

Michelle Sari 

To Michelle Sari: You've been a delight to our 

lives. We love you and are proud of you. 

Joe and Joanie Sas 
Jeanette Sas 

Jeanette thank you for giving us so many 
things to enjoy and so many memories to trea- 
sure during your high school years. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

Allen and Marlene Sauer 

Joseph R. Sauer 

Good Luck in the years to come. 

Bill and Karen Schaefer 
Christine Schaefer 
Chris, We're all so proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Paula 

Martin and Carol Soos 

Scott Soos 

Scott Soos "1989" Congrats! We love you and 

wish you the best in your future. Remember, its 

all up to you. 

Love, Mom and Dad and Steven 

Jacqueline Witt 
Jill Sopko 

Jill Anne- Although this may seem like an end 
to you, it is only a beginning.. Again you have 
made us all proud and we want to wish you all 
the good luck and good friends you will need to 
insure a happy and meaningful future. 
Love, Mom, Greg, Dennis and Dean 

Patricia and Sam Alacqua 
Tracy Thomas 
Congratulations 'Killer'. 

Joe and Nancy Valencic 

Ninette Valencic 

We're proud and happy for you as you graduate 

from high school. We wish you a wonderful 

future! 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Thomas R. and Mary Vanderhoff 

Thomas R. Vanderhoff Jr. 

Congratulations and best wishes Thomas. We 

love you. 

Mom and Dad 

Catherine Vrabel and Jerome Vrabel Sr. 
Melissa Vrabel 

Melissa, We have always been proud of you. 
Much success and all our love at college. 



Bill and Sandy Wagner 

Bill Wagner 

We love you Billy. Keep up the good work. 

Dad and Mom 

Chuck and Margaret Walsh 

Erin Walsh 

We're proud of you, Erin. Congratulations to 

the class of '89. 

Dale and Karen Waltermire 

Jenny Waltermire 

Jenny, we are so very proud of you for what you 

are and what you will do in the years to come. 

We all love you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Karrie and Michael 

Shirley M. Dallas 

Stephanie L. Williams 

To my granddaughter. May the life that's set 

before you be of happiness and love, and keep 

God in everything you do. Reach high. 

With love. Grandma 

Judy and Nick Zingale 

Angela Lynn Zingale 

What you do today is so important because you 

are exchanging one day of your life for it. We all 

love you so much!! 

Dad, Mom, Tony and Tina 

James W.Cain 

Kathy Cain 

May you remain the sweet and wonderful 

daughter you have always been. 

Love Dad and Mom. 

George and Arlene Frankos 
Anthony Frankos 
God Bless you 



Patrons 



INDEX 



A 



Abshire, Michelle 25, 29, 105 

Academics Divider 88 

Activities Divider 22 

Ad Club 45 

Adams, Steven 89 145 

Adams, Thomas 89 57, 61, 145, 180 

Adams, Vernard 3, 18, 32, 33, 40, 41, 44, 52, 

82, 127, 209, 213, 220 

Addis, Jane 42, 92, 200 

Addis, Robert 91, 200 

Addy, Mike 113 

AFS 42 

Akhir, Tawfig 89 20, 21, 36, 47, 52, 82, 145, 

180, 184, 185, 207, 220 

Albano, Adam 107 

Alcazar, Fernando 89 42, 145, 180 

Alesnik, Kerri 113 

Alexander, Myisha 106 

Allen, Sean 89 8, 36, 38, 47, 82, 101, 129, 145, 

208 

Alphonso, Frank 106 

Alvis, Sherri 127 

Amato, Daniel 72, 73, 126, 127, 130 

Amato, Sue 52, 92 

Amato, Suzanne 89 145, 180 

Ames, Matthew 127 

Anderson, Edna 92 

Anderson, Felecia 127 

Anderson, Lisa 89 32, 53, 85, 101, 144, 145, 

167, 180, 185, 187, 201 

Anderson, Maryann 113 



Anderson, Thomika 113 

Andrews, Harold 62, 72, 73, 113 

Anglen, Sharon 127 

Apanaites, Marlene 89 23, 145, 180 

Apanaites, Stacey 36, 113 

Apuzzio, John 107 

Aquila, Laura 89 145 

Aquila, Renee 127 

Araca, Anna 92, 200 

Archibald, Earl 92 

Arlesic, John 77, 104 

Arlesic, Paul 127 

Armold, Tina 113 

Arnold, Marc 111 

Arnold, Philip 89 70, 82, 145, 180 

Arthur, Cheryl 92, 177, 200 

Asbury, Frank 89 145 

Ashman, Brian 19, 38, 43, 44, 49, 127, 138 

Asseff, Denise 127, 201 

Attamante, Bill 92 

Attwood, Kristin 89 9, 15, 46, 145, 180, 187, 

201 

Aube, William 108 

Austin, Thomas 89 145, 180 

Avcin, Joseph 43, 44, 127 

Ayer, Amy 32, 105 

Ayers, Jennie 25, 28, 105 



B 



Babb, Thomas 110 

Baber, Lisa 89 24, 25, 28, 37, 49, 142, 145, 180 




Baca, Rick 11 

Bachelor, Bryan 109 

Bachelor, Gregory 75, 127 

Backos, Ron 88, 92, 200 

Baer, Jennifer 89 23, 145, 180 

Bailey, Angela 89 145 

Bailey, Christopher 106, 113 

Baioni, David 65, 110 

Baird, Dianne 32, 52, 113, 209 

Baker, Dwayne 29, 82, 125 

Baker, Joe 89 38, 145 

Baker, Patti 45, 113 

Bakich, Milio 89 145 

Balante, Ronald 125 

Ball, James 107 

Ball, Latrica 113 

Ball, Melissa 127, 130 

Balogh, Michael 125 

Balogh, Tiffany 109 

Bambic, Sandi 13, 20, 36, 52, 92, 105, 109, 

177, 200 

Banach, Barbara 89 145 

Banc, Tom 57, 58, 60, 74, 92 

Banks, Andre 89 145, 180 

Banning, Shelley 108 

Baranowski, Christopher 44, 127 

Barbish, Ethel 92 

Barcza, Jennifer 46, 127 

Barcza, John 46, 92 

Barker, Brenda 91, 100, 205 

Barnauskas, M. 57, 58 

Barnes, Michael 89 37, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 146, 

180 

Barrett, Sharon 103, 113, 119, 220 

Barstow, Christopher 89 64, 65, 146, 180 

Barstow, Stephen 65, 105 

Barth, Carolyn 89 146, 180 

Bartlett, Carla 113 

Bartulovic, Lucille 127 

Bartulovic, Marko 89 64, 65, 146, 180 

Barwidi, Ronald 89 146 

Basketball Cheerleaders 35 

Basketball, Boys 74 

Basketball, Girl's Varsity 78, 79 

Batteiger, James 127 

Batykefer, Raymond 106 

Bauer, David 25, 28, 30, 31, 52, 127, 130 

Beasley, Arnold 137 

Bechtel, Ted 110 

Beck, Jennifer 25, 26, 113 

Beck, Michael 73, 110 

Beder, Edward 109 

Beder, Judita 40, 126, 127, 130, 220 

Behun, Jody 108 

Behun, Stephen 113 

Beideleman, La Shon 110 

Beining, Doreen 125 

Bell, Brian 107 

Bell, Frank Robert 55, 70, 83, 127 



Gunny Meaney, Sue Walsh, Suzanne Lisac, 
Jeanette Sas, Jill Sopko, Carolyn Brandich, 
Kristin Schoen, Danielle DeSico, Annie Cirino 
and Kelli Vanah shake things up at Senior Tal- 
ent Show. 



Index 




Bell, James 89 146, 166, 180 

Bell, Nikki 105 

Bell, Wall 52, 89, 137, 180, 207 

Bender, Stan 89, 92, 200 

Bensusan, Charlotte 92 

Berardinelli, Brent 25, 113 

Berger, Troy 89 32, 33, 142, 146, 170 

Bernstein, Jason 89 146 

Berzin, Michelle 127 

Berzin, Mitchell 62, 113 

Berzinskas, Michelle 32, 113 

Berzinskas, Tomas 104 

Besselman, Kurt 89 137, 147 

Besselman, William 137 

Betts, Michael 89 8, 14, 15, 18, 20, 32, 33, 40, 

43, 50, 52, 146, 166, 170, 180, 182, 185, 211, 

212, 220 

Beuck, Cynthia 89 146 

Beutler, Sharon 89 146 

Bevanda, George 127 

Bevanda, Joe 127 

Bey, Kamel 108, 127 

Bibbs, Derrick 107 

Biddlecom, Kimberly 104 

Bierer, Sarah 89 18, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 

51, 52, 85, 146, 180, 201, 212, 220 

Bilak, Cheryl 127 

Billi, Sharon 36, 43, 44, 48, 127 

Billingsley, Vichelle 89 146 

Billups, Chandra 89 146 

Biskup, George 89 146 

Bitker, Matt 106 

Bitner, Christopher 137 

Bitner, Gregory 107 

Bizay, Edward 77, 107 

Black, Allen 38, 92, 200 

Black, Dolores 92 

Black, Lisa 127 



Blackford, Juliet 104 

Blackmon, Roslind 89 15, 17, 32, 33, 40, 47, 

146, 182, 211 

Blanc, Mark 89 83, 144, 146, 180, 200 

Blasius, S Michael 89 24, 25, 30, 146 

Blasius, Theresa 71, 78, 79, 113 

Blcich, Al 92 

Blumenstein, Jeremy 40, 45, 127 

Bock, Laurie 25, 27, 45, 51, 127 

Bock, Lee 113 

Boiner, Gerald 113 

Boncela, Kenyon 89 S7 , 146, 180 

Bonnay, Michelle 40, 126, 127, 130 

Booker, Lonzelle 113 

Borgione, Wanda 113 

Bornemann, Thomas 89 42, 82, 83, 147, 180 

Boros, Jocelyn 106, 113 

Boros, Joseph 127 

Bothwell, Aerica 32, 127 

Bouffard, Matthew 46, 127 

Bowden, La Verne 127 

Bowers, Brian 104 

Bowie, Rosalind R 113 

Bowling, Sherita 110 

Boy's Basketball 74 

Boy's Cross Country 70 

Boy's Swimming 84 

Boyce, Nancy 105 

Boyd, Benjie 105 

Boyd, Regina 89 32, 53, 147 

Boykin, Jennean 104 

Boyle, Edward 113 

Bracken, Chad 127 

Bradac, Shawna 113 

Bradach, Coleen 10, 78, 79, 113 

Bradley, Monica 127 

Braidic, James 89 47, 53, 147, 166 

Brandich, Carolyn 89 147, 170, 203 



Christine Fazio, Kim Konrad, Christine Fasick, 
Diane Cickavage, Billijo Humphries, Lisa 
Drage, Missy Long and Beth Brickman put on 
their best and biggest smiles for the camera. 



Brearton, Gene 92 

Brent, Christopher 127 

Brewington, Catinna 11, 80, 113 

Brickman, Beth 36, 127, 204 

Brickman, Craig 137 

Brihan, Daniel 127 

Brkic, Suzi 113 

Brokaw, Bridgette 113 

Brokaw, Monica 89 159 

Brooks, Charles 62, 111 

Brooks, Darrell 109 

Brown, Adam 36, 127 

Brown, Jeffrey 83, 127 

Brown, Kirby 89 16, 147 

Brown, Stacey 25, 26, 104 

Browne, John 137 

Brozovich, George 23 

Bruketa, Anthony 65, 109 

Bruketa, Loraine 127 

Bruno, Tracy 67, 127 

Brust, Jason 36, 127 

Bryant, Christian 25, 30, 31, 33, 44, 127, 138, 

201 

Bryant, Ondre 113 

Bryant, Ron 113 

Buck, Pat 66, 67, 92, 200 

Buehner, Pamela 36, 127 

Bunn, Richard 127 

Burdock, Kelly 89 147, 180 

Burdock, Nicholas 73, 110 

Burge, Maya 127, 133 

Burgess, Samuel 128 

Burich, Bridget 32, 111 

Burich, John 84, 113 

Buris, B. 57 

Burke, Patricia 34, 35, 113 

Burke, Pauline 89 147 

Burke, Stephen 10, 28, 73, 113 

Burlison, Jennifer 128 

Burnes, Casey 109 

Burnette, John 110 

Burns, Michael 92, 177 

Burrington, Steve 128 

Burrows, Robert 89 147, 180 

Bush, Craig 89 84, 147 

Bush, Terence 74, 75, 128 

Butkus, Audra 102, 128, 130 

Butkus, Saulius 107 

Bydash, Wendy 32, 113 



Cabinet, Senior Class 37 
Cain, Kathy 89 147 
Caine, Rachel 128 
Callahan, Daymond 109 
Calwise III, James 32, 104 
Candow, Kevin 67, 125 
Canter, Robin 125 
Cantini, Cindy 89 147, 180 
Capuozzo, Joseph 105 



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Mr. Jablonski showing he can raise his hands 
to be sure while Tammy Chandler and Claudia 
Erceg are all dressed up for picture day. The 
P.A. announcers - the voices in the box. Mrs. 
Harrell and Mrs. Barker are always smiling and 
ready to help you when you need it. 



Capuozzo, Todd 89 147 

Capuozzo, Tracy 113 

Caputo, Peter 89 147, 180 

Carey, Patrick 113 

Caric, Kathleen 89 51, 147, 201 

Carlson, Jan 88, 92 

Carlton, Christine 32, 108 

Carmigiano, Anthony 113 

Carmody, Judith 40, 48, 92, 106, 200 

Carney, Kelly 51, 113 

Carney, Michael 70, 82, 113 

Carpenter, Matthew 128 

Carr, Lisa 89 147 

Carroll, Bryant 32, 33, 113, 211 

Carroll, Courtney 105 

Carroll, Jason 62, 113 

Carroll, Wilma 92, 129, 200 

Carsey, Robert 125 

Carter, Charlene 89 17, 147, 180 

Carter, Tamiko 113 

Castro, M Rogelene 45, 113 

Castrovince, William 2, 11, 17, 36, 39, 40, 42, 

43, 46, 48, 50, 94, 98, 119, 128, 133, 141, 217, 

220 

Castrovinci, Jeanine 128 

Cater, Patrick 89 147, 180, 184 

Cavanaugh, Brian 107 

Cayne, Betsy 42, 50, 113, 220 

Cayne, John 75 

Cecelic, Christine 51, 113 

Celeste, Anthony 137 

Cencic, Sonia 45, 51, 85, 114 

Cercek, Leslie 114, 116 

Cesa, Joseph 25, 30, 52, 73, 114 

Cesar, Stephen 89 147 

Cesna, David 128 

Chambers, Ron 92 

Champa, Theresa 89 45, 147, 180 

Chandler, Ronald 82, 114 

Chandler, Tamara 128, 205, 213 

Chapel Machine and Tool 116 

Chatman, Donaze 106 

Chebo, Michael 89 148 

Cheerleaders, Football 34 

Chen, Helen 89 18, 30, 31, 32, 33, 49, 50, 93, 

94, 97, 98, 101, 126, 148, 180, 210, 220 

Cheraso, Brandon 11, 114 

Cherne, Damon 82, 114 

Chiancone, Catherine 89 148, 180, 184 

Chiancone, Christine 75, 114 

Chinchar, Marlene 89 15, 148, 180 

Chinchar, Matthew S7 , 128 

Chinni, Jason 65, 84, 128 

Chiudioni, Antoinette 11, 78, 79, 128 

Choral Masters 32 

Christopher, Laurie 38, 180 

Christopher, Stephanie 105 

Chrystal, Scott 114 

Chun, Soo 35, 114 

Chun, Won-Ki 128 

Ciarlillo, John 89 148 

Cickavage, Diane 89 75, 87, 148, 166, 180, 

201, 204 




Cickavage, Mark 77 , 108 

Cindric, Ivica 41, 57, 128, 220 

Cirino, Anna 89 32, 34, 37, 53, 143, 148, 180, 

203, 208, 211 

Cirino, Anthony 49, 128 

Cirino, David 114 

Cirino, Michael 128 

Cirino, Patrick 73, 104 

Ciulla, Christopher 62, 114 

Ciuprinskas, Adrienne 114 

Clark, Christine 50, 81, 112, 128, 206, 213, 

220 

Clark, David 89 25, 142, 144, 148, 170, 201 

Clark, Deidre 27 

Clark, Keith 114 

Clark, Kimberly 128 

Clark, Marie 92 

Clark, Msia 107 

Clark, Shaun 201 

Clark, Terence 89 148 

Clay, Michael 106 

Clay, Robin 128 

Clemence, Elise 128 

Close-Up 39 

Closing 220 

Cobb, Terry 114 

Coffer, Vernetta 110 

Colaianni, Carmen 92 

Colantonio, Dominic 23, 137 

Colavecchio, Andrea 80, 114 

Colbert, John 89 39, 54, 64, 148, 180, 201 

Cole, Darnell 62 

Coleman, Brian 106 

Coleman, James 89 148 

Coleman, Jesse 62, 128, 137 

Colemon, Bridgette 89 27, 53, 101, 148 

Collins, Angela 104 

Collins, Kevin 89 45, 148, 180 



Collins, Leo 49, 71, 92 

Colonna, Stacey 32 

Colquitt, Kim 89 148 

Comer Jr, Mark 89 148 

Concert Band 29 

Conde, Christina 42, 46, 51, 128 

Congin, Anthony 108 

Constantino, Kevin 128 

Contenza, Don 92 

Convenient Food 106 

Cook, Maria 45, 114 

Cool, Charles 114 

Cooper, Ranata 89 148 

Copeland, Catherine 89 148 

Copeland, Tiwanna 137 

Copp, Holly 92 

Corbett, Kevin 82, 128 

Corbin, Kimberly 89 148 

Corbitt, Irvin 114 

Corder, Michael 111 

Cornelius, Carmella 89 148, 170, 180 

Corrigan, Kathleen 89 7, 11, 15, 32, 33, 39, 41, 

44, 52, 101, 148, 180, 184, 185, 209 

Costantino, Kevin 114 

Cotter, Christine 114 

Couch, Miriam 128 

Coulter, Christine 128 

Coulter, Danielle 34, 35, 104 

Counselors, Guidance 91 

Cox, Jamie 128, 130, 138 

Cox, Thandeka 105 

Craftline Upholstery 108 

Craig, Leonard 114 

Cramer, Cynthia 128 

Crawford, Nicole 25, 29, 111 

Creach, Marc 128 

Crews, Daniel 89 149 

Crockett, Stacy 137 



[Index] 



Crombie, Roger 32, 64, 65, 128 

Crosby, Dawn 110 

Crowley, Eric 137 

Crutchfield, Calvin 106 

Cruz, Madeleine 89 42, 149 

Cucanich, Anthony 107 

Cudo, ]ames 89 149, 170, 184, 185 

Cudo, Jeffrey 128 

CuUiton, Jodie 114 

Cummings, Christopher 89 57, 149, 180 

Cummings, Damon 73, 109 

Cummings, Rashonda 114 

Cupar, David 25, 28, 44, 52, 104 

Cupas, Dan 114 

Curry, Vidal 62, 114 

Curtis, Carla 89 149 

Curtis, Tammy 47, 128 

Custer, Heath 128 

Cuturic, Andrej 170 

Cutwright, Michelle 89 17, 149 

Cutwright, Thomas 104 

Cvelbar, Michael 44, 114 

Cvelbar, William 44, 104 

Cvitkovic, Damir 89 17, 64, 149, 180 

Cvitkovic, Sandra 114 



D'Anna, Tim 72, 73 

D.E.C.A. 38 

Dallas, Tiffany 36, 109 

Dane, Matthew 65, 108 

Daniel Jr, Willie 89 149, 180, 185 

Danna, Scott 137 

Dattilo, Michelle 89 149, 180 

Dauer, Brian 89 149, 180 

Daugherty, Harold 74, 75, 92, 200 

Daugherty, Justin 76, 114 

Daugherty, Kelly 114 

Davenport, Sonia 128 

Davis, Jennifer 89 39, 45, 78, 79, 149, 180 

Davis, Kathleen 25, 28, 38, 128 

Davis, Kenneth 76, 108 

Davis, Lou 84 

Davis, Lynn 91 

Davis, Matthew 89 20, 21, 33, 44, 84, 149, 

180, 211 

Davis, Tracy 89 149, 180 

Davis, William 128 

Day, Catherine 89 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 51, 149, 

180, 201 

De Boe, Harold 111 

De Jong, Stevie 46, 47, 48, 50, 220 

De Filippo, Daniel 114 

De Filippo, Paul 219 

De Jong, Stevie 89 149, 181 

De Jonge, Maureen 10, 32, 45, 67, 114 

De Sico, Danielle 89 20, 21, 38, 150, 181, 203 

Dean, Trycennia 89 25, 27, 149, 170, 180 

Dehner, Amy 89 85, 149, 180, 201 

Deister, Christa 89 32, 149 



Another day on the Newlywed game while 
Aron Ohanessian and Miroslav Dures wonder 
what they got for lunch and Sherri Geisweidt, 
Cindy Jerele and Christine Clark are exploring 
the wonderful world of chemistry. Mary Sweet 
looks lost in a crowd of strangers. 



Dejak, Irene 46, 108 

Dejak, Leo 89 149 

Dekleva, Steven 89 37, 39, 149, 181, 211 

Dembek, Kimberly 89 150 

Demico, George 114 

Dengel, John 25, 29, 111 

Dengel, Mary 38, 45, 114 

Denhome, Jeremy 104 

Dennis, Gregory 89 53, 150 

Dennis, Tiffeney 109 

Denovich, Denise 25, 27 

Dent, Maria 89 32, 150, 184 

Dewalt, David 128 

Di Bartolomeo, Daniel 89 24, 25, 28, 31, 64, 

84, 150, 201 

Di Bartolomeo, Michael 25, 28, 65, 84, 105 

Di Bartolomeo, Samuel 105 

Di Franco, Scott 89 75, 150, 181 

Di Pasquale, John 104 

Di Pasquale, Marianne 114 

Di Santis, Mary 89 150, 181, 201 

Di Paolo's House of Beauty 119 

Diaddario, Gina 89 150, 184, 185 

Dickerson, Candace 128 

Dickerson, Nicole T 108 

Dickson, Tracy 89 150 

Dietz, Jennifer 29, 105 

Dietz, Robin 128 

Dietzel, Todd 128 

Dillard, Duane 114 

Dillard, Lucretia 89 30, 53, 150, 170, 181, 185 

Dimmings, Antonio 114 

Dirk, Julie 128, 213 

Divider, Academics 88 

Divider, Activities 22 

Divider, Senior 142 

Divider, Sports 54 



Divider, Underclass 102 

Dixon, Angela 110 

Dixon, Christian 89 150, 181 

Dixon, Forest 83 

Dixon, Frederick 128 

Dixon, Josedine 137 

Doboze, Gunnard 25, 137 

Doboze, Stewart 25, 29, 105 

Dobransky, Paula 36, 114 

Dobucki, Leeann 128 

Dodge, Allen 128 

Dodge, Ronald 107 

Dojwa, Celine 89 42, 150 

Doles, Kimberly 32, 33, 36, 128 

Dolsen, Jeffrey 109 

Dolter, Merry 95 

Domanick, Vanessa 67, 111 

Dombrowski, John 25, 29, 109 

Dominique, Gregory 110 

Donavan, Michelle 131 

Doncevic, Robert 128 

Donnett, Mark 89 150, 181, 201 

Donovan, Michelle 114 

Doran, Dayna 42 

Dorazio, James 107 

Dorsey, Marquita 137 

Doss, Mia 102, 131 

Douglas, Genevieve 131 

Douglas, Renee 105 

Downer, Lisa 131 

Drage, Lisa 89 36, 45, 46, 150, 167, 181, 184, 

201, 204 

Drasler, Daniel 89 150 

Dreis, Jennifer 114 

Drienka, Sue 80 

Dubecky, Daniel 114 

Dubroy, Terry 78 




[Index] 



Duchon, David 36, 131 
Duchon, Michael 36, 106 
Duchon, Stacy 89 21, 36, 150, 181 
Dudziak, Jennifer 34, 35, 131 
Duffy, Kelly 45, 114 
Dugandzic, Nada 131 
Dujmovic, Alen 64, 114 
Dujmovic, Marijo 64, 65, 82, 114 
Duke, Bryan 114 
Duke, Scott 89 54, 69, 150, 181 
Duncan, Johnnie 89 150 
Dunham, Tracy 89 150 
Dunmire, Brian 77, 108 
Dunmire, Mark 89 150, 181 
Duran, Dana 107 
Durbin, Michael 64, 95, 177 
Dures, Miroslav 126, 131, 206 
Durket, Michelle 81, 107 
Dushaj, Anton 89 20, 21, 151, 181 
Dushaj, Loro 106 
Duvall, Daniel 89 151 
Duvall, Jeanne 114 
Dwyer, Mickelle 22, 32, 109 
Dzerowicz, Alex 95 



Eads, Richard 114 
East, Darryl 21, 30, 76, 114 
Eckert, Joel 131 
Ede, Leslie 131 
Edsall, James 108 
Edwards, Adrienne 131 
Eichhorn, Stephen 89 53, 151 
Ells, Katie 34, 35, 105 



Emrich, Christopher 109 

Engelke, David 137 

Engelke, Jeffrey 111 

Enneper, Jill 32, 41, 131, 201 

Eppich, William 65, 105 

Erb, Robert 131 

Erceg, Claudia 131, 205 

Erwin, Richard 89 2, 12, 56, 57, 59, 61, 151, 

181 

Esch, Karin 110 

Esch, Kirstin 89 43, 44, 85, 151, 181 

Etzler, Dorann 131 

Euclid Cultural Club 47 

Euclidian 50 

Eucuyo 48 

Evans, John 89 151 

Evans, Laurie 114 

Evans, Teresa 131 

Exum, Judy 95 

Eyman, Cal 95 



Fad & Fashion 16 

Faint, Kimberly 28, 131 

Fair, Margaret 89 15, 33, 52, 160, 181, 201, 

212 

Fakult, Christopher 117 

Fakult, Steven 131 

Faletic, Karin 131 

Fall Play 40 

Fannin, Antonia 89 38, 151, 181 

Faraci, Rosa 131 

Farmer, Tyanna 89 27, 53, 151, 181 




Fasick, Christina 89 151, 181, 185, 187, 204 

Fatica Hardware 187 

Faulisi, Matthew 108 

Faulisi, Scott 89 38, 151 

Fazio, Christy 89 32, 45, 151, 181, 184, 204 

Felden, Patrick 131 

Ferguson, Laronne 32 

Ferrato, Michelle 25 

Fetkovich, Christopher 89 16, 151 

Fetkovich, Jennifer 108 

Fette, Rosahe 95 

Fields, William 117 

Fifolt, Marc 64, 83, 117 

Filipasic, Tracey 131, 213 

Fischer, Julie 89 47, 151, 181, 184, 201 

Fisher, Michael 117 

Fitzgerald, Meredith 49, 71, 117, 120 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas 83, 131 

Flag Corps 27 

Flaisman, Richard 117 

Florian, Kimberly 105 

Flynt, Kevin 77, 108 

Focareto, Cynthia 66, 67, 117 

Fogarty, Christen 35, 108, 200 

Football 56 

Football Cheerleaders 34 

Football, Freshman 63 

Football, J. V. 62 

Ford, India 21, 41, 71, 117, 120 

Ford, Sophronia 104 

Foree, Janeen 117 

Foreign Language Club 43 

Foreman, James 117 

Formica, MeUssa 137 

Fowler, Jane 95 

Fox, Audree 37, 91, 177 

Fox, Erin 8, 51, 117, 119 

Fox, Thomas 131 

Foy, Duane 68 

Francetic, Dan 95 

Francetic, Daniel G. 49, 55, 70, 75, 82, 151, 

181 

Francis, Amora 32, 38, 81 

Franic, Ivan 107 

Franic, Natalie 25, 29, 105 

Frank, Daniel 89 151 

Franklin, Richard 117 

Frankos, Anthony 89 151 

Frattin, Daniel 131 

Fred Stecker Oldsmobile, Inc. 110 

Fredrickson, James 89 151 

Freshman Football 63 

Freshmen 104 

Fricke, Michael 117 

Fuhrman, Shari 89 24, 25, 28, 151, 181 

Fulgham, Timothy 131 

Fumich, Victoria 10, 45, 66, 67, 117, 201 



Gabriel Insurance Company 105 



Bill Karabinus and Valencia Strowder announc- 
ing the next exciting act at Senior Talent Show. 
Tawfig Akhir and Wali Bell getting down in 
"Groove Me". Jenny Waltermire, Jeff Syroney, 
Missy Long and Mary Sweet having a hot time 
in "Summer Nights". Anthony Tirabassi and 
Mike Piotrowski jam away in "Cruelfate". 



[Index] 





Gaeta, Christina 107 

Gainer, Dawn 89 151, 181 

Gaines, Kevin 56, 57, 131 

Gajowski, Kristen 107 

Galaida, Christine 38, 117 

Gallagher, Colleen 66, 67, 80, 116, 117 

Galosi, Edward 84, 108 

Galosi, Robert 84, 105 

Gambatese, Kelly 117 

Gambatese, Kenneth 89 73, 151, 181 

Gambatese, Kimberly 131 

Gamber, Richard 131 

Gamble, Tabitha 104 

Gammon, Melissa 25, 41, 117 

Gannon, Sean 109 

Garbincus, Amy 67, 107 

Garbincus, Matthew 76, 117 

Gardner, Dorian 106, 108 

Gargiulo, Dennis 117 

Gasiewski, Michael 89 152 

Gasperic, Mario 46, 117 

Gast, Kimberly 89 137, 152 

Gast, Max 109 

Gates, Barbara 95 

Gazzuolo, John 137 

Gehring, Ann 108 

Geisweidt, Sheri 126, 131, 206 

Gelo, Maria 89 152, 166, 184, 185 

Gembarski, Kevin 117 

Gembarski, Renee 81, 109 

George, Aubray 104 

Gerber, Phillip 111 

Gercar, Jean 131 

Gerland, Gregory 117 

Germane, Brian 62, 117 

Gessler, Lynn 104 

Gezann, Sheri 25, 28, 30, 31, 51, 76, 117 

Gibbons, John 64 



Gibson, Kimberly 107 

Gibson, Shanel 80, 111 

Gilbert Jr, Leroy 89 152 

Gilbert, Kenneth 16, 84, 117 

Gilbert, Ladair 117 

Gilbride, Samantha 67, 107 

Gildone, Danelle 89 152, 170, 181, 201 

Gilham, Shun 109, 117 

Gilham, Tyrone 89 13, 38, 57, 59, 75, 152, 

177, 181 

Gilliam, Lena 89 27, 152, 181 

Gilmore, Shannon 89 152, 181, 201 

Girl's Basketball 78 

Girl's Cross Country 71 

Girl's Swimming 85 

Girl's Tennis 68 

Girl's Varsity Basketball 79 

Gjerek, Antoni 131 

Glenn, Cathryn 25, 27, 131 

Glover, Laura 131 

Godfrey, Bob 32, 89, 95, 177 

Godina, Joseph 110 

Goebel, James 95 

Goerndt, Jeffrey 137 

Goerndt, Joseph 89 44, 82, 152, 170, 181 

Gojevic, Joseph 107 

Golden, Nikki 17, 32, 47, 102, 131 

Golden, Tracy 131 

Golf 69 

Golinar, Kristen 35, 104 

Golinar, Thomas 131 

Gomez, Humberto 131 

Gomez, Marcos 73, 108 

Good, Heather 126, 137 

Goode, Christine 89 152 

Gooden, Tadarrel 106 

Gooding, Bill 95 

Goodman, Jason 131 



Sean Allen and Heidi Martin introducing 
Jeff Simon and Annie Cirino. Danielle 
Tuckerman and Kim Konrad not worrying 
while Gunny Meaney, Kelli Vanah, Kathy 
Kushma and Max Kozlowski sing. 



Gorman, Meghan 80, 104 

Gornik, Jonathan 117 

Gornik, Joseph 76 

Gould, Scott 62, 117, 201 

Grable, Lee 137 

Grace, Jozelia 117 

Graffius, Heather 109 

Graffius, Michael 89 38, 144, 152 

Grahek, Kelly 89 152 

Granchi, David 117 

Granito, Sarah 10, 12, 13, 131 

Graves, Tracey 131 

Gray, Scott 65, 106 

Grayer, Angelissa 117 

Grbac, Maria 131 

Green, Kareema 117 

Greer, Roshawn 106 

Grice, David 77, 111 

Griffin, Christopher 62, 117 

Griffiths, Danelle 109 

Grisard, Pamela 108 

Grisez, Dan 107 

Gron, Dawn 51, 131 

Grossman, Jeffrey 106 

Groves, Janelle 29, 109 

Groves, Julie 89 2, 4, 9, 18, 22, 39, 50, 51, 88, 

102, 152, 167, 181, 184, 220 

Groves, Tina 137 

Grubach, Cynthia 130, 131 

Grubach, Nicholas 89 72, 73, 152, 201 

Guarnicri, Monica 89 152 

Gubitosi, Domenic 89 24, 25, 28, 31, 52, 84, 

152, 200 

Gubitosi, Tom 95, 200 

Gugliotta, John 110 

Guidance Counselors 91 

Guilfoyle, Brian 117 

Guilfoyle, Michael 89 37, 74, 75, 152, 166, 

181, 184, 185 

Guttu, Anthony 89 152 

Guy, Debra 131 



H 



Habat, Pat 95, 200 

Hackathorn, John 89 38, 152 

Hada, John 89 131, 152 

Haffer, Joyce 95 

Haffey, Gesse 89 153, 181, 201 

Haggerty, John 83, 131 

Haggerty, Timothy 77, 107 

Haggins, Eric 81, 132 

Haile, Tona 32, 104 

Halbedel, Tom 70, 95 

Halloween 18 

Hambrick, Rachal 117 

Hamilton, Stacy 89 25, 27, 32, 67, 153, 181 

Hamilton, Suzanne 20, 66, 80, 117 

Hamm, Marc 117 

Hammer, Steven 137 

Hammond, Andrew 108, 117 



[Index] 



Sonya Yates and Ayanna Matthews are 
working in the library while Diane Baird, 
Vernard Adams, Jenny Welker, Kay Corri- 
gan. Gunny Meaney, Kelli Vanah, Kathy 
Kushma, Greg Juratic, Barbie Jurkovic and 
Dwayne Sattler work on Senior Talent 
Night. 



Hammond, Donna 137 

Hancock, Brian 117 

Hannan, Maureen 29, 38, 117 

Hansen, Daniel 89 36, 41, 57, 153, 181 

Hanson, Timothy 89 153 

Harden, Tia 137 

Hardman, Bruce 89 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 153, 

181, 201 

Harps, Richard 89 153 

Harrell, Ardelle 95, 100, 205 

Harris, Robert 105 

Harris, Semika 108 

Harris, Sue 91 

Harris, Tremaine 106 

Harris, Wendy 104 

Harrison, Marie 89 153 

Harrison, Mia 78, 79, 137 

Hartman, Anthony 89 153 

Hartman, David 132 

Hartman, Derrik 104 

Hartman, Jeff 177 

Hartman, Marganna 108 

Hartman, Pat 85 

Hartmann, Jeff 95 

Harwood, Katherine 95 

Haselbusch, Aaron 117 

Hasty, Christopher 89 153 

Hatcher, Carrie 117 

Hatcher, Jeffery 132 

Hausen, Tamara 108 

Hawk, Lisa 75, 117 

Hawkins, Shrondra 117 

Hawley, David 117 

Hayes, Rachael 109 

Haynes, Alana 25, 29, 110 

Heard, Desaree 117 

Heck, Gretchen 35, 111 

Heck, Jason 83, 132 

Heffernan, Kristen 89 32, 153, 184 

Heidi's Hair Fashions 120 

Heimberger, Lisa 89 153 

Heimsoth, Daniel 89 153 

Henderson, Brian 84 

Henderson, Gregory 89 37, 53, 57, 144, 153 

Henderson, Tiffany 89 153 

Hennings, Shelia 108 

Henry, Jeanette 89 24, 25, 153, 181, 201 

Heramb, Rob 95 

Herbert, Donald 137 

Herbert, Jeffrey 111 

Herbst, John 89 57, 153, 181 

Herman, Danielle 118 

Herman, Kimberly 132 

Herman, Marrico 109 

Hess, John 106 

Heuer, Carolyn 95 

Heuer, Lisa 132 

Hewlette, Natasha 118 

Hickok, Amy 89 37, 45, 153, 166, 167, 181 

Hicks, Ericka 89 47, 153, 181 

Hicks, Monique 89 137, 153 

Higgins, Kelly 89 45, 68, 153, 181, 185 

Higgins, LaTrese 118 




Higham, Douglas 72, 73, 132 

Higham, Leslie 36, 46, 104 

Highland, Charles 32, 132 

Hilger, Heidi 132 

Hill Jr., Robert 118 

Hill, Danny 118 

Hill, Donald 89 154 

Hill, Lehendro 105 

Hill, Leigh 89 154 

Hillier, Mark 132 

Hinton Jr., Ronald 89 154 

Hlnton, Shannon 32 

Hinton, Walter 106, 118 

Hiser, Jennifer 66, 80, 105 

Hite, Kelly 118 

Hlbase, James 118 

Hoag, Donna 75, 118 

Hoag, Thomas 75, 137 

Hocevar, Danielle 118 

Hochschild, Karen 107 

Hockey 83 

Hodder, Joanne 95 

Hodder, Kelly 25, 28, 66, 67, 81, 104 

Hodgins, Gabrielle 88, 95 

Hoffart, Tom 95 

Hoffert, Frank 95, 200 

Hoffman, Tim 76, 118 

Hohs, Bernard 73, 118 

Hoinski, Thomas 89 154 

Holiday Play 41 

Holland, Caroline 25, 28, 126, 137 

Holland, Jason 89 73, 154 

HoUins, Bridgett 106, 118 

HoUins, Kenyadus 29, 109 

HoUis, Angela 132 

HoUis, Michelle 106 

Holloman, Michael 89 53, 154 

HoUoway, Latrice 104 



HoUoway, Nathan 25, 29, 132 

Holly, Michael 62, 118 

Holmes, Jeffrey 132 

Holmes, Jon 89 6, 154 

Homecoming 10 

Homovec, Richard 95 

Hood, Keith 132 

Hoover, Craig 118 

Hope, Aishah 89 154, 181 

Hopkins, Matthew 89 18, 46, 53, 56, 57, 154, 

220 

Hopkins, Rebecca 46, 118 

Hornyak, Robert 118 

Horvath, Melissa 105, 132, 219 

Houchins, Deborah 95 

Houston, Aubrey 106 

Howell, Darrell 118 

Hradek, Lisa 89 36, 154, 166, 181 

Hren, Kristine 89 10, 36, 39, 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 

50, 154, 181, 220 

Hribar, Frances 89 154, 166, 184, 217 

Hribar, John 89 154, 181 

Hribar, Marlene 103, 126, 130, 132, 138 

Hsu, Ching Wei 132 

Huber, Francis 89 154 

Huddleston, Janet 111 

Hughes, Brian 89 53, 57, 58, 87, 154, 177, 181, 201 

Hula, Janet 25, 118 

Hula, Wendy 118 

Humphries, Billijo 89 154, 204 

Humphries, Scott 118 

Hunt, Lisa 36, 66, 132 

Hunt, Robin 20, 41, 118 

Hutchins, Tanya 89 154, 181 

Hutton, Marcus 25, 29, 132 

Hyne, Douglas 49, 105 

Hyne, Kelly 89 38, 48, 50, 54, 68, 78, 79, 154, 

181, 210 



[Index] 



/ 



Index 203 
Indoor Track 82 
Irby, Bruce 62, 137 
Isgro, Debra 34, 35, 118 
Israel, Kirk 28, 30, 104 
Ivancin, Nives 44, 116, 118 



J. V. Football 62 

Jablonski, Frank 89, 95, 104, 105, 108, 109, 

110, 205 

Jackson, Brian 82, 118 

Jackson, Devan 77, 105 

Jackson, Lee 36, 71, 118 

Jackson, Ra Shanda 118 

Jackson, Shelli 132 

Jackson, Stephanie 42, 104 

Jaffe, Chad 118 

Jakopanec, Susan 67, 75, 104 

Jakubauskas, Danute 89 38, 101, 154, 181 

James, Maxwell 106 

Jankowski, Frank 89 154 

Jankowski, Joseph 89 40, 155, 181, 186 

Jaramillo, Hugo 89 155, 181 

Jaworsky, Victoria 89 51, 53, 155, 181 

Jay Dee Cleaners 120 

Jelenic, Mark 89 155, 181, 201 

Jenko, Ronald 132 

Jerele, Cynthia 50, 78, 112, 132, 206, 220 

Jerin, William 111, 201 

Jibaldi, Joe 104 

Jobs, Student's 17 

Johnson Jr., Robert 29, 110 

Johnson, Alfred 89 155 

Johnson, Chenett 32, 118 

Johnson, Davion 118 

Johnson, Denise L 29, 118 

Johnson, Phillip 89 84, 155, 181, 200 

Johnson, Renee 137 

Johnson, Shannon 132 

Johnson, Shelley 45, 132 

Johnson, Yolanda 109 

Johnson, Yvette 132 

Johnson-Bey, Kennard 44, 76, 118 

Johnson-Bey, Walter 73, 118 

Jolly, Stacy 107 

Jones, Angela 118 

Jones, Charity 118 

Jones, Daryl 118 

Jones, Jennifer 89 32, 33, 50, 155, 181 

Jones, Kawana 118 

Jones, Raymond 132 

Jones, Robert 55, 70, 82, 132 

Jones, Tiffany 32, 111 

Jones, Valerie 118 



Jones, William 89 38, 155 

Journey, Nicholas 118 

Juengel, Gina 32, 137 

Juhl, Katherine 118 

Juniors 126 

Juratic, Gregory 89 57, 155, 177, 184, 209 

Juratic, Julie 108 

Juratovac, Susan 32, 108 

Jurisevic, Susan 64, 82, 132 

Jurkovic, Barbara 89 10, 12, 13, 37, 38, 155, 

166, 181, 185, 209, 211 



K 



Kacperski, Anjanette 89 155 

Kacperski, Jennifer 67, 132 

Kadras, Dafne 89 144, 155 

Kale, John 89 48, 155, 181, 201 

Kaleal, Jeffrey 32, 104 

Kalinowski, Kyle 111 

Karabinus, Michael 32, 42, 83, 108 

Karabinus, William 89 17, 53, 142, 155, 181, 

207, 217 

Karnak, Rebecca 42, 65, 118 

Kausek, Laurie 35, 109 

Keating, Jessica 25, 118 

Keaveney, Lynn 67, 106 

Kehn, Jan 95, 200, 220 

Kekic, Kelly 80, 111 

Keller, Jackqualynn 118 

Kellers, Michael 89 155 

Kelley, Brendan 126, 132 

Kelley, David 132 

Kelley, Devin 110 

Kelley, Jim 95 



Kelly, Ann 71, 118 

Kelly, Marcus 89 23, 98, 155 

Kelly, Shannon 70, 71, 82, 87, 132, 138, 220 

Kelly, Tyris 89 102, 155 

Kermode, Thomas 30, 31, 40, 132 

Kerne, Joel 83, 118 

Key Club 38 

Kidd, Claudette 132 

Kilgore, Kenneth 29, 76, 118 

Killion, Matthew 104 

Kimball, David 108 

Kimball, Robert 102, 132 

Kina, Michael 107 

King, Donnell 132 

King, Harry 88, 96 

King, James 89 57, 73, 155, 181 

King, Monolito 111 

Kirchner, Dawn 51, 132 

Kirchner, Deborah 132 

Kirchner, Lisa 89 155, 184, 201 

Kish, Steve 132 

Kitchen, Michael 89 53, 56, 57, 58, 101, 155, 

181, 201 

Kitis, Michelle 42, 118 

Kleckner, Cynthia 89 24, 25, 27, 156, 182, 201 

Klein, Ellen 96 

Klemencic, Christopher 105 

Kline, Heidi 118 

Kline, Jeffrey 137 

Kmetz, Michael 121 

Knack, Steve 73 

Knez, Karmen 103, 132 

Kocina, Dustin 108 

Koenig, Ingrid 43, 96 

Koman, Diana 89 156, 182, 201 

Komara, Daniel 137 

Konrad, Kimberly 89 51, 53, 156, 167, 182, 



Chris Oboczky, Kelly Hyne, Marie Sheridan, 
Beth Perdan, Helen Chen and Heidi Martin are 
hard at work. 




[Index] 



184, 185, 204, 208 

Kosmerl, James 25, 29, 121 

Kostan, Peter 89 11, 64, 156, 182 

Kostansek, Paul 84, 110 

Kouns, Cory 110 

Kovac, Jessica 10, 35, 121 

Kovacic, Edward 121 

Kowalski, Jeffrey 111 

Kozlowski, Janice 20, 66, 67, 121 

Kozlowski, Kevin 62, 121 

Kozlowski, Max 89 S3, 57, 87, 156, 182, 208 

Kramer, David 64, 121 

Kramer, Robert 65, 104 

Krance, Michelle 89 156, 167 

Krasnik, Jennifer 25, 27, 53, 121 

Kristoff, Heather 10, 34, 36, 121 

Krohn, Melissa 121 

Kropf, Jeffrey 25, 31, 44, 121 

Krup, Ruth 91 

Kubach, Kristine 89 38, 156 

Kubinski, Catherine 20, 66, 67, 121 

Kucaric, Anthony 104 

Kucaric, Christine 102, 132 

Kucia, Neil 132 

Kucinski, Candace 106 

Kugel, Joseph 110 

Kuhen, Eric 103, 132 

Kuhen, Walter 83, 121 

Kukic, Lisa 108 

Kuklica, Chera 121 

Kunes, Roger 25, 28, 52, 64, 116, 121 

Kunes, William 89 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 52, 64, 

84, 143, 156, 182, 185 

Kunesh, Valerie 132 

Kushma, Kathleen 89 19, 20, 21, 26, 34, 35, 

36, 39, 43, 45, 50, 61, 101, 142, 156, 166, 167, 

182, 201, 208, 209, 220 



La Manna, Michael 44, 73, 132 

La Tour, Gary 121 

Lampeter, Todd 106 

Land, Christine 132 

Lang, April 121 

Lang, Bridgette 89 87, 105, 156, 182 

Lanzaretta, Colleen 42, 107 

Lapuh, Cheryl 137 

Lardomita, Jack 87 

Latine, Seona 38, 105 

Laurenson, William 57, 132 

Lausche, Darrell 25, 29, 38, 42, 111 

Lauver, David 76, 121 

Lauver, Molly 45, 85, 132 

Lawrence, Sahara Lovey 104 

Lawrence, Shalom 32, 135 

Lawson, Daryl 137 

Lawson, Dionne 32, 108 

Lawson, Ryan 89 156 

Le Quyea, Michael 89 84, 156, 182, 201 

Leamon, James 89 38, 156, 182 

Leasure, Benjamin 121, 135 

Lech, Paul 106 

Ledwell, Shelly 121 

Lee, Corthaniel 121 

Lee, Eldora 137 

Leinweber, Craig 89 156, 182 

Lellis, Jane 96, 112, 200 

Leonard!, Donna 121 

Leonardi, Joseph 77, 106 

Leone, Michael 121 

Lesefky, Dennis 76, 121 

Lesko, Terrence 121 




Leskovec, Melissa 135 
Levstik, Patricia 135 
Lewin, Joy 66, 108 
Lewis, Chonton 137 
Leyendecker, Jenny 42, 135 
Liderbach, Julie 32 
Lidrbauch, Joan 48, 96, 200 
Limbert, Kevin 89 156, 201 
Limerick, Courtney 89 156 
Linderman, Joan 96 
Lindsey, Stephen 28, 77 , 109 
Lisac, Suzane 89 37, 39, 43, 156, 203, 212 
Lishing, Carl 137 
Little, John 75, 135 
Little, Karen 96 
Little, Pamela 135 
Lockers 8 

Logar, Andrew 28, 31, 65, 84, 121 
Lomac, Lara 89 28, 30, 32, 39, 45, 48, 50, 156, 
182 

Lomac, Mary 96, 106, 108, 200 
Lomax, Dushawn 76, 121 
Lombardo, Daniel 89 83, 156 
Long, Debra 25, 28, 36, 40, 41, 46, 105 
Long, Melissa 89 32, 33, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46, 52, 
143, 156, 182, 207, 204, 211 
Longstreth, Laura 89 23, 157, 182 
Lott, Nicole 104 
Loveless, Kristen 75, 109 
Lowe, Ken 96, 177 
Lozada, Nicole 137 
Lozada, Ricardo 137 
Lucas, Barbara 110 
Lucas, Marge 96, 200, 214 
Lucas, Travis 106 
Ludvik, Irene 109 
Luikart, Harry 70, 83, 137 
Luikart, Kim 89 157 
Lukat, Candi 105 
Lunder, Bradley 121 
Lupas, Daniel 121 
'lux, Kenneth 89 48, 49, 157, 182 
Lux, Patricia 42, 65, 85, 115, 121 
Luzny, Daniel 89 72, 73, 157, 182 
Luzny, Thomas 121 
Lyle, Kimberly 107 
Lynn, Michele 25, 28, 111 



M 



Mack, Christopher 89 157 
Macleod, Mark 25, 29, 121 
Madden, John 121 
Maddox, Valena 25, 29, 135 
Madison, Tiffany 106 
Mahovlic, Matthew 135 
Maisley, J. 34 
Majer, Helen 36, 46, 111 
Majorettes 26 



Laurie Zigman, Chris Yurcich, Annie Cirino, 
Nik Rocco, Natasha Spencer, Barbie Jurkovic, 
Steve Dekleva, Roz Blackmon, Mike Betts, Matt 
Davis, Mary Sweet, Bryant Carroll, Jenny Wal- 
termire and Missy Long are all suffering from 
senioritis. 



[Index] 




Malaney, Kevin 89 57, 157 

Manburg, Marc 96, 214 

Mannarino, Mike 107 

Mannello, Christopher 57, 135 

Mansi, Frank 121 

Marcelli, Marie 32, 41 

Marching Band 24 

Marchuck, Melissa 32, 38, 108 

Marciante, Annmarie 89 157 

Marcic, Christopher 89 143, 157, 182 

Marcinko, Christopher 135 

Marek, Shannon 29 

Maria, Elena 89 6, 157 

Maria, Mirta 32, 135 

Marincek, John 46, 134, 135, 220 

Marincek, Tracy 32, 108, 109, 220 

Marks, Jennifer 25, 27, 36, 135 

Marolt, Norman 57, 73, 135 

Marron, Stacey 89 157, 182, 202 

Marsh, Kathy 96 

Martin, Christopher 75, 135 

Martin, Heidi 89 8, 18, 30, 37, 39, 40, 41, 44, 

48, 49, 50, 52, 142, 157, 166, 167, 177, 182, 184, 

185, 186, 202, 208, 210, 220 

Martin, Jason 89 135, 157 

Martin, Melissa 105 

Martin, Michelle 105 

Martin, Robert 135 

Marvin, Charles 83, 135 

Marvin, Lisa 36, 71, 134, 135 

Masley, Jennifer 35, 135 

Mason, Christopher 82, 135 

Mason, Jennifer 12, 15, 32, 33, 36, 43, 44, 48, 

50, 52, 68, 135, 212, 220 

Mason, Terri 32, 107 

Massey, Annette 32 

Massingill, Myesha 121 

Masterson, Patricia 103, 121 



Matiaska, Carla 10, 11, 121 

Matiaska, Douglas 89 50, 157, 182, 220 

Matish, Alison 135, 200 

Matko, Allan 96 

Matlock, Ian 135 

Matthews, Ayanna 102, 135, 209 

Mauceri, Candace 89 157 

Mauldin, De Vonna 104 

Maurer, Kristine 89 157, 182 

Maust, Teresa 135 

Maxey, Dennis 89 157 

Maxson, Dan 66, 67 

Maxwell, Elaine 89 157, 200 

Mayerhoffer, Jean 89 87, 157, 166 

Mayle, Michael 89 137, 157 

Mazzei, Elizabeth 7, 67, 85, 121 

Mazzei, Mathias 89 57, 157, 182, 202 

Mc Alpine, Jeanine 135 

Mc Caleb, Jermaine 62, 137 

Mc Candless, Kelly 67, 107 

Mc Carthy, Valerie 32, 121 

Mc Cartney, Colleen 121 

Mc Cartney, Wayne 135 

Mc Connell, Thomas 89 133, 158, 182 

Mc Coy, Tiffony 89 158 

Mc Daniel, Charles 104 

Mc Daniel, Latrena 135 

Mc Daniel, Lynnette 121 

Mc Dougall, Michael 29, 77, 104 

Mc Duffie, Erica 111 

Mc Galed, Jermdine 135 

Mc Ghee, Deliska 29, 80, 111 

Mc Ghee, Derrick 25 

Mc Ghee, Tamika 135 

Mc Ghee, Tyran 107 

Mc Groder, Danielle 32, 105 

Mc Groder, Vanessa 135 

Mc Guinness, Katie 35 



Bill McGuinness and Jennifer O'Neill an- 
nouncing, "Master Blaster", Meg Fair, Sally 
Bierer, Jenny Mason and Mike Betts in "Sum- 
mer Nights" while Jill Sopko, Dwayne Sattler, 
Suzane Lisac and Lee Taurman do their skit. 



Mc Guinness, William 36, 37, 44, 47, 49, 75, 

158, 166, 182, 184, 200, 212 

Mc Kay, John 89 158 

Mc Kean, Angela 81, 107 

Mc Kee, Michelle 32 

Mc Manus, Robert 89 158 

Mc Namara, Mary 32, 34, 35, 105, 202 

Mc Peek, Matthew 25, 83, 121 

Mc Reynolds, Kerri 135 

McLaughlin, Judy 96, 177, 200 

McRedmond, Polly 96 

Meaney, Gunhild 89 6, 37, 87, 158, 167, 182, 

184, 203, 208, 209 

Meden IV, Joseph 75, 135 

Media Aides 44 

Medved, Joseph 89 158, 182 

Medved, Traci 32, 34, 35, 67, 108 

Medved, Victoria 89 10, 12, 13, 34, 45, 158, 

182, 200 

Meeks, Tramayne 135 

Mehls, Douglas 89 70, 84, 158, 182, 200 

Melnyk, Jennifer 104 

Merritt, Anthony 121 

Meyers, Carol 96 

Meyers, Stephen 121 

Michael, Theresa 121 

Miheli, Christian 89 158, 182 

Miheli, Daniel 89 158, 182 

Mikich, Kimberly 71, 121, 200 

Mikucic, Lydia 110 

Mikulec, Patricia 121 

Milicevic, Thomas 135 

Miller, Brian 121 

Miller, Diane 89 158, 167, 184, 185 

Miller, Don 23 

Miller, Ernest 138 

Miller, Jeanette 34, 122 

Miller, John 89 64, 158, 182, 200 

Miller, Kimberley 30, 31, 45, 85, 122 

Miller, Mary 89 17, 25, 32, 33, 158 

Miller, Molly 28, 30, 31, 52, 122 

Milline, M Tony 89 158 

Milton, Jeff 24 

Minadeo, Laura 135 

Mincek, Michelle 8, 135 

Mingle, Charles 135 

Minter, Russell 76, 122 

Miranda, Christine Joyb 50, 102, 103, 122, 

220 

Miranda, Dalmacio 89 158, 182, 184, 202 

Miranda, Heather 130, 135 

Miranda, Ruth 102, 135 

Miskinis, Aldona 96 

Mitchell, Donovan 107 

Mitchell, Michael 106 

Mixed Chorus 32 

Mixon, James 89 82, 102, 158, 182 

Mlakar, Jim 23 

Mock, Heather 32, 106 

Mocny, David 89 158 

Model U. N. 49 

Moiakakis, Rebecca 122 

Mondok, Tracy A 122 



[Index] 



Tammy Chandler, Julie Dirk, Chris Clark, Tra- 
cey Filipasic and Tricia Mondok smile pretty 
but Vernard Adams is too shy. 



Mondok, Tricia 138, 213 

Montagner, Laura 66, 67, 135, 217 

Montani, Ray 96 

Montgomery, Matthew 122 

Montgomery, Pamela 89 158 

Moore, Denise 29, 108 

Moore, Gerald 89 37, 38, 73, 144, 158, 182, 

184, 185, 202 

Moore, Jarmine 122 

Moore, Kimberly 38, 41, 42, 44, 135 

Moore, Marlon 75, 76, 135 

Moore, Phaedra 36, 44, 45, 47, 122 

Moore, Sandra 89 159 

Morek, Mark 89 12, 37, 53, 57, 61, 159, 167, 

182, 184, 185 

Morek, Shannon 104 

Morgan-Brown, Carol 30, 122 

Moriarty, Shannon 138 

Morris III, Herman 106 

Morris, Brian 62, 135 

Morris, Jamal D 135 

Morris, Katie 96, 177, 200 

Morrison, Heather 89 32, 68, 101, 159, 182 

Morse, Joel 135 

Moses, Lori 89 159, 182 

Moses, Stephanie 122 

Moster, Elizabeth 25, 28, 104 

Motiejunas, Kristina 89 49, 159, 182 

Moultry, Latanya 32, 136 

Moultry, Terrence 106, 122 

Muccino, Christine 89 159 

Mueller, Jo-Rita 96 

Murowsky, Craig 30, 31, 57, 103, 136 

Murphy, Denise 89 85, 159, 186 

Murphy, Matthew 122 

Muscarella, Kathy 45 

Muzinic, Christopher 42, 122, 202 

Myers, Andrew 122 

Myers, Damien 107 

Myers, Scott 122 

Myers, Vincent 136 



N 



Naglic, Angela 136 
Nationwide Driving School 115 
Neal, Charlotte 38, 122 
Nebe, Eric 89 57, 159, 182 
Nebe, Michael 122 
Negrelli, Bridget 34, 35, 136 
Nehrig, Edward 122 
Neidel, Meghan-Anne 136 
Nemecek, Jack 11, 83, 136 
Nemerovsky, Sherry 122 
Nesbett, Katherine 122 
Newcomb Interior Construction 133 
Newcomb, Michelle 11, 136 
Newman, Kelli 65, 85, 122 
Newsome, Shawn 111 
NHS 39 




Nichols, Charles 29 

Nickell, Brandy 35, 122 

Nicolosi, Ann 105, 136 

Niebes, Carole 96, 104, 107, 109 

Noble, John 122 

Noble, Julie 89 142, 159, 182, 200, 220 

Nolan, C. 57, 58 

Norris, Lorenzo 82, 122 

Norton, Rachel 32, 111 

Nosse, Lance 136 

Nosse, Lawrence 32, 105 

Novak, Michael 89 159 

Novey, Jessica 138 

Novotny, Cynthia 136 

Nowosielski, Joseph 110 

Noyes, Elizabeth 136 

Nugent, Colleen 36, 109 

Nugent, Kathleen 136 

Nugent, Noren 111 

Nugent, Patrick 136 

Nykiel, Jack 109 

Nykiel, Robert 89 159 



o 



O Brien, Cynthia 89 159 

O Neal II, Curtis 89 159 

O'Connell, Michael 11 

OTlyhn, Michael 82 

OTlynn, Michelle 89 159 

O'Neal II, Curtis 47, 184, 185 

O'Neill, Jennifer 89 36, 47, 159, 182, 185, 212 

O'Neill, Kevin 122 

O'Neill, Michael 122 

Oblak, Christine 136 



Oboczky, Christine 89 32, 68, 159, 182, 202, 

210, 220 

Oboczky, Michelle 108 

Oden, Theresa 41, 122 

Office Aides 45 

Ohanessian, Aron 173, 182, 206 

Olbrysh, Gary 89 159 

Olszens, Keith 84, 122 

Orazem, Nicholas 73, 136 

Orazen, Shawn 10, 34, 35, 115, 122 

Orbanic, Lorena 136 

Orchestra 30 

Orlic, Cindy 71, 122 

Oroz, Elizabeth 89 36, 39, 40, 46, 48, 68, 159, 

182, 185 

Orr, Shawn L 32, 122 

Orsulic, Richard 122 

Ortman, Walter 136 

Osborne, Eric 122 

Ospelt, Heidi 85, 136 

Owens, Vada 89 159, 184, 185 



P. A. Announcers 47 

Pae, Susan 81, 104 

Pae, Tim 69, 136 

Pall, Heather 30, 122 

Pall, Shaun 29, 52, 136 

Paolucci, James 111 

Parker, De Ann 89 160, 182 

Parker, Marc 73, 107 

Parker, Sanjay 136 

Parker, Terenz H 74, 75, 122 

Parmertor, Ronald 89 102, 160 



[Index] 



Parrino, Shane 104 

Parsons II, Ronald 122 

Parsons, John 57, 136 

Paskert, Joan 96 

Pasquale, Ben 37, 143, 166, 177 

Pasquale, Dina 89 45, 160, 182 

Pasquale, Michael 62, 122 

Patel, Chirag 89 160 

Patel, Rupen 122 

Patrons 200 

Patterson, Eric 89 160, 182 

Paul, Judy 96 

Paules, Tara 111 

Pavic, Anthony 89 160 

Pavlic, Francis 138 

Pawlowski, Adam 96, 177 

Payne, Matthew 83, 122 

Peacock, Deadrain 89 138, 169 

Peahl, Benjamin 110 

Peer Tutors 44 

Pekar, Darren 89 57, 59, 61, 80, 81, 87, 101, 

130, 160, 182, 185 

Pekol, Anne 104 

Pelinkaj, Nedzad 136 

Pence, Debra 136 

Penn, Barbara 136 

Penny, Daniel 89 160, 182 

Penny, Donna 122 

Peralta, Robert 122 

Perdan, Beth 89 24, 25, 28, 30, 39, 45, 48, 101, 

143, 160, 166, 182, 185, 202, 210 

Perkins, De Sean 136 

Perna, Ernest 122 

Perrotti, Lisa 122 

Perry, Angela 11, 122, 138 

Perry, Christopher 182 

Perry, Nicholas 106 

Perry, Ramone 106 

Perry, Rashawn 89 39, 44, 47, 101, 129, 130, 

160, 166, 182, 185, 220 

Pesek, Jeffrey 110 

Peters, Irene 89 160 

Peters, Kimberly 122 

Peters, Mark 122 

Peterson, Heidi 32, 123 

Peterson, Linda 89 160, 182 

Petkovic, Matthew 138 

Petkovic, Tracy 109 

Petrie, Jennifer 136 

Petrovic, Robert 89, 96, 104, 106, 110, 200 

Petruccelli, Gregory 89 160 

Petti, Carmen 89 20, 35, 160, 182 

Phelps, Robert J. 57, 58, 63 

Phillis, Jason 65, 107 

Phillis, Timothy 136 

Phipps, Karen 32, 67, 109 

Pierce, David 109 

Pignatiello, Roy 57, 58, 77, 88, 96, 200 

Pike, Dan 105 



Pinta, Scott 89 57, 73, 160, 182 

Pinzarroni, Christina 81, 105, 200 

Piotrowski, Ernest 138 

Piotrowski, Michael 89 53, 160, 207 

Pirsig, Holly 6, 9, 20, 32, 41, 45, 119, 123 

Piscitello, Jacqueline 32, 107 

Piscopo, Veronica 89 160, 184, 185 

Pizmoht, Laura 25, 136 

Pla, Sally 96, 200 

Plesec, Julianne 123 

Plevelich, Michelle 17, 25, 26, 111 

Plummer, Lisa 136 

Pocaro, Michelle 123 

Pockar, Brent 89 64, 160, 182, 184 

Podmore, Donald 107 

Polito, Christine 123 

Ponsart, Joe 77 

Ponsart, Laura 89 160 

Porter, Cheryl 89 161, 167, 183 

Posavad, James 136 

Posey, Kelvin 105 

Povirk, Robert 136 

Powaski, Ronald 96 

Powell, Steve 107 

Powers, Edwin 89 37, 57, 74, 75, 130, 161, 183 

Presot, Jim 38, 64, 65, 96 

Prestigomo, Tracy 16, 78, 79, 136 

Preston, Matthew 89 161 

Price, Leslie 8, 123 

Pritchett, Angela 32 

Proctor, Terra 115, 123 

Pugh, Dana 123 

Pugliese, J. 57 

Puhalj, Elizabeth 32, 136, 217 

Puhalj, Engelbert 64, 123 

Puruczky, Vincent 89 161 



Q 



Quinn, Gerald 65, 123 
Quinn, Marina 89 161, 183 
Quirarte, James 136, 144 



Rabbitts, William 89 32, 33, 161, 183, 202 

Race, Nora 89 34, 35, 45, 161, 166, 187 

Radachy, David 20, 36, 41, 65, 136 

Radacky, Karen 25, 29, 41, 81, 104 

Radaker, Ellie 96 

Radolovic, Allen 25, 29, 123 

Radosevic, Josip 136 

Rafail, Kathleen 138 

Raguz, Marija 46, 105 

Raguz, Tomislav 64, 65, 115, 123 

Raia, G. 66, 67 

Raicevich, Mike 45, 69, 89, 99, 177 

Ramlow, Barbara 42, 98, 99, 109 

Ramlow, Robert 82, 99 

Ramsay, Bridget 136 

Ramsey, Eric 89 36, 48, 49, 161, 183 

Randolph, Michelle 123 

Ransdell, Amy 30, 110 

Rash, Toni 99 

Rashid, Najla 89 38, 47, 161, 183, 202 



Marge Lucas keeping up with current events. 
DaveSprochi and Marc Manburg instructing in 
class. Peggy Torzewski keeping the library 
computing. 




[Index] 



Rashid, Shadeed 57, 136 

Ray, D Emmett 105 

Reed, Karen 89 34, 39, 45, 46, 85, 161, 167, 

183, 184, 185 

Reed, Michelle 66, 75, 110 

Reese, Nicole 136 

Reichman, Brandy 66, 67, 136 

Reid, Rebecca 11, 136 

Renner, Cindy 136 

Renner, Ricky 89 24, 25, 28, 161 

Reno, Charles 99, 177, 200 

Reno, Mexamillian 108 

Ressolla, M. 57 

Reynolds, Thomas 25, 52, 84, 103, 136 

Rezzolla, M. 58 

Rhea, Gayle 138 

Rhodes, Katherine 107 

Rhone, Sonja 36, 136 

Rice, H Douglas 136 

Richards Jr., John 62, 123 

Richards, Erica 89 18, 19, 36, 38, 39, 50, 71, 

101, 161, 167, 183 

Richards, Leslie 81, 104 

Riczo, Catherine 30 

Riedel, Denise 25, 26, 81, 105 

Riedel, Lisa 10, 25, 26, 36, 123 

Riek, John 123 

Rieth Auto Stores 119 

Riha, Vincent 89 24, 25, 31, 52, 161, 167, 202 

Riley, Balee 46, 136 

Risko, Debrah 66, 104 

Ritchie, Steven 139 

Rivera, Frances 104 

Rivers, Angela 105 

Roach, James 32, 62, 123 

Roach, Rita 89 6, 15, 18, 32, 33, 45, 101, 161, 



183 

Roberts, Ann 99 

Roberts, Richard 89 45, 46, 161 

Robinson, Chelonda 111 

Robinson, Edwin 106 

Robinson, Hope 32, 36, 109 

Robinson, James 139 

Robinson, Tysha 32, 106 

Rocco, Domenic 89 41, 82, 143, 161, 183, 211 

Rocco, Melissa 71, 123 

Rocco, Teresa 123 

Roche, Shawn 89 161, 180, 183 

Rodgers, James 109 

Rodriguez, Angelica 123 

Rodriguez, Joe 99 

Roeder, Rebecca 45, 123 

Roeder, Sandy 89 161, 183 

Roethel, Angela 123 

Roethel, Rachelle 138 

Roethel, Robert 89 161, 202 

Rogers, Calvin 89 161, 183 

Rogers, Shanti 11, 123 

Roll, Laura 89 24, 25, 28, 39, 48, 164, 183 

Rosberg, Rachel 106 

Roscoe, Terrence 10, 11, 57, 59, 61, 74, 75, 139 

Ross, Donald 139 

Ross, Donna 123 

Rowe, Heather 89 46, 164, 202 

Rowland, Terri 138 

Rozic, Leon 83, 110 

Ruben, Juanselyn 106 

Ruggeri, Ann 81, 108 

Runza, Lenka 43, 139 

Runza, Paul 83, 109 

Rusack, Kenton 139 

Russell, Michelle 139 




Russo, Anthony 91, 177, 200 
Russo, Joyce 99, 105, 107, 108, 111 
Ryan, Lisa 45, 123, 139 
Ryans, Edward 89 75, 164 
Rymarczyk, Dominic 89 33, 142, 164 
Rymarczyk, Kevin 139 



Sabol, Thomas 89 164 

Sacko, Heidi 46, 48, 50, 139, 220 

Sage, Joseph 123 

Sajetowski, Jon 105 

Sallach, Fred 99 

Salupo, Marnie 32, 36, 104 

Samas, Sandra 138 

Sanborn, Sandy 99, 200 

Sanders, Tammy 106 

Sanders, Wendi 123 

Sanelli, Dominic 123 

Sankey, Jennifer 30, 123 

Sargent, Brian 123 

Sargent, David 89 39, 64, 75, 164, 202 

Sari, Michelle 89 39, 44, 46, 164, 167, 183, 202 

Sarich, Joel 24, 25, 28, 29, 31, 89, 99 

Sarpoiis, Deborah 44, 139 

Sarpolis, Kristen 105 

Sas, Jeanette 89 45, 55, 71, 78, 79, 164, 183, 

202, 203 

Sattler, Dwayne 89 38, 45, 50, 101, 144, 164, 

209, 212 

Sattler, Greg 99 

Sauer, Joseph 89 164, 183, 202 

Savolainen, Michele 89 164, 183, 185 

Sawyer, Matthew 89 24, 25, 164 

Scarniench, Michael 89 57, 164, 183 

Schaefer, Beth 46 

Schaefer, Christine 35, 36, 119, 123, 202 

Schafer, Beth 89 42, 50, 68, 164, 183 

Schauer, Robert 110 

Scheimann, Cynthia 89 164 

Scheurman, Keith 25, 28, 30, 38, 109 

Schiavoni, Deana 108 

Schiavoni, Joseph 89 164, 183 

Schmeling, Bette 39, 99 

Schmeling, Robert 32, 84, 109 

Schmidt, Hope 123 

Schmidt, Kim 110 

Schneider, James 138 

Schoen, Kathleen 34, 35, 109 

Schoen, Kristin 89 16, 35, 144, 164, 183, 203 

Schoen, Tina 89 15, 164 

Schoval, Richard 106 

Schultz, Donata 99 

Schultz, Kelly 139 



Classroom time is important in the process of 
learning. 



[Index] 




Jennifer Waltermire and friends getting out 
support for the school levy. Mayor Lynch get- 
ting literature for the levy. 



Schuster, Marci 123 

Schwartz, Matthew 65, 84, 134, 139 

Schwartz, O. 25 

Schwartz, Oscar 24 

Schwenke, Pete 57, 58 

Scolaro, Tracy 89 20, 21, 34, 35, 164, 183, 185 

Scott, Darnell 62, 123 

Scott, Holly 34, 35, 105 

Scott, Justin 123 

Scott, Leonard 89 164 

Scott, Sean 32, 139 

Scott, William 72, 73, 139 

Secic, Michelle 45, 123 

Secic, Sandra 45, 139 

Sedmak, Gregory 139 

Sedmak, Tom 107 

Segines, Antoine 123 

Segines, Dawn 89 165 

Segulin, James 89 19, 24, 25, 29, 31, 38, 52, 84, 

101, 130, 165 

Segulin, Mickey 99 

Selvaggio, Nick 99 

Senior Class 37 

Senior Talent Night 52 

Serafin, Theresa 139 

Serra, Paul 99, 177, 200 

Severino, Jan 99 

Sfura, Denyel 32, 109 

Shady, Patricia 108 

Shah, Darshi 109 

Shantery, Charles 139 

Shaw, Anthony 62, 123 

Sheck, David 62, 73, 123 

Sheck, Michael 139 

Sheck, Mike 57, 99 

Sheehan, Brian 89 165 



Sheets, Kenneth 123 

Shenk, Christopher 25, 123 

Sheridan, Marie 89 39, 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 50, 

165, 183, 187, 210 

Sheridan, Michael 62, 73, 87, 123 

Shimko, Daniel 104 

Shimko, Renee 89 165 

Shippitka, Michael 139 

Shivak, John 89 69, 165, 183, 200 

Shusky, John 89 165 

Sigh, James 126, 139 

Sillia Jr., Phillip 69, 107 

Sillia, Beth 139 

Simenc, Jeffrey 69, 123 

Simic, Marko 111 

Simicevic, Marijana 89 165 

Simmons, Janelle 138 

Simmons, Joyce 111 

Simon, Jeff 53, 208 

Simone, Tina 89 9, 15, 165 

Simpson, Jim 99 

Sims, Cory 139 

Sims, James 89 24, 25, 29, 165 

Sink, Ryan 89 57, 165, 183 

Sirk, Steven 49, 104 

Siupinys, Anthony 139 

Siupinys, Kristina 89 165, 183 

Ski Club 46 

Skok, Gregory 25, 28, 30, 139 

Skrab, Mary Ann 139 

Skrtic, Anna 104 

Slattery, Jennifer 66, 139 

Slattery, Jill 80, 110 

Slaughter, Chenise 123, 139 

Slaybaugh, Tracy 139 

Slejko, Jason 139 



Slogar, Ronald 89 165 

Slogar, Stephanie 36, 103, 123 

Slusarski II, Ronald 62, 123 

Smayda, Emily 48, 49, 50, 110, 220 

Smith, Alvin 76, 139 

Smith, Amy 123 

Smith, Andre 89 165, 183 

Smith, Bonnie 99 

Smith, Chanetta 107 

Smith, Denise 47, 139 

Smith, lesha 108 

Smith, Jonasis 30 

Smith, La Tesha 123 

Smith, La Tesha 29 

Smith, Ricky 74, 75, 139 

Smith, Robert 2, 10, 11, 12, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 

74, 82, 138 

Smith, Shannon 29, 124 

Smith, Sowanna 62, 138 

Smith, Stephen 89 48, 165, 183, 184, 185 

Smith, Tongsis 124 

Smith, Wayne 39, 99 

Smolic, Stephanie 139 

Snepenger, Michelle 108 

Sneperger, Gina 89 165 

Soblesky, Christopher 139 

Soccer 64 

Socha, Jason 46, 65, 84, 124 

Socha, Sean 46 

Solnosky, Joseph 89 69, 165 

Solnosky, Michael 89 165 

Solnosky, William 124 

Solomon, Cordell 124 

Soltesz, Frank 99, 107, 200 

Somrak, Christian 106 

Sonnhalter, Gregory 110 

Soos, Scott 89 165, 183, 202 

Sopko, Jill 89 165, 181, 183, 202, 203, 212 

Soprek, Dubravko 89 168 

Soprek, Rich 110 

Soric, Dominic 104 

Spada, Christopher 124 

Spada, Jennifer 40, 108 

Speed, Dreana 107, 124 

Spehar, Daniel 139 

Speigel, Catherine 105 

Speights, Tina 124 

Spencer, Curtis 89 6, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 48, 

166, 168, 183, 185, 219 

Spencer, Keith 124 

Spencer, Michelle 89 168, 184, 185 

Spencer, Mitchell 89 168 

Spencer, Natasha 89 42, 168, 211, 217 

Spencer, Samantha 85, 107 

Sperner, Rebecca 89 36, 168, 183 

Speroff, Keith 89 28, 30, 38, 168, 183 

Spicer, Jeffrey 110 

Spiegel, Catherine 45 

Spiga, Barbara 44, 99, 112 

Spirit 14, 15 



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Natasha Spencer, Bill Karabinus, Bill Castro- 
vince, Janene Zakrajsek, Elizabeth Puhalj, 
Fiances Hribar and Laura Montagner take time 
to say "cheese". 



Spooner, Lorri 124 

Sports Aides 87 

Sports Divider 54 

Springer, Barb 99 

Springer, Michelle 124 

Sprochi, Dave 200, 214 

Spurr, Julianne 138 

Sray, Albin 139 

Stadler, Veronica 99 

Staff 92 

Stage Band 31 

Stankivicz, Anrvy 89 168 

Staples, Norman 139 

Staples, Robert 124 

Staples, Robin 32, 106 

Starr, Sheree 124 

Steel Jr, Willie 110 

Steele's Garage 129 

Steele, Barbara 30, 139 

Stephens, David 73, 124 

Stephens, James 89 168, 183 

Sterrick, Brian 25, 44, 124 

Stevenson, Shawna 78, 130, 139 

Stewart, Lamont 124 

Stih, Cynthia 124 

Stillings, Brian 124 

Stipkovich, James 89 57, 168, 183 

Stobinski, Judy 99, 200 

Stokes, Norwood 138 

Stokes, Ronald 138 

Straub, Jason 89 69, 168, 183 

Straus, David 138 

Stringer, Richard 89 75, 168 

Stroup, Maria 99 

Strowder, Valencia 89 10, 12, 13, 20, 37, 47, 

166, 168, 183, 184, 185, 207 

Strukel, Adrienne 107 

Struna, Holly 110 

Strunk, David 124 

Stryjewski, Angela 107 

Stuber, Richard 139 

Student Council 36 

Student Council Ad 178, 179 

Student Life 6 

Student Life Divider 4 

Subel, Christine 66, 80, 81, 104 

Subel, Jennifer 139 

Sugar, Eddie 126, 139 

Sugar, Elvis 89 57, 64, 168, 183 

Sugar, Robert 124 

Sulka, Kelly 139 

Summers, Gwen 32, 107 

Summers, Richard 89 38, 168 

Sunderland, Matthew 109 

Survey 48 

Susnjara, Steve 139 

Swan, Heather 32, 111 

Swanson, Eddie 65 

Swanson, Erick 38, 84, 106 

Swanson, Paul 89 168 




Swanson, Sandy 89 168 

Swearingen, Charles 139 

Sweet, Joe 77 , 105 

Sweet, Mary 89 20, 32, 33, 36, 45, 46, 52, 168, 

184, 206, 207, 211 

Swimming, Boy's 84 

Swimming, Girl's 85 

Swope, Lee 36, 43, 46, 51, 103, 139, 220 

Swope, Pete 68 

Swyt, Peter 25, 29, 109 

Swyt, Sharon 36, 103, 140, 220 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 28 

Syroney, Jeffrey 15, 32, 33, 40, 52, 140, 207 

Sztul, Victoria 140 



Tadiello, Keith 87, 140 

Tajgiszer, Stephen 89 6, 56, 57, 58, 61, 167, 

168, 183 

Tanner, April 124 

Taurman, Ralph 89 55, 70, 82, 166, 168, 180, 

183, 184, 212 

Taylor, Frances 106, 124 

Taylor, Howard 89 25, 29, 84, 169, 184 

Taylor, Karl 89 169 

Taylor, Kimberly 21, 30, 44, 50, 51, 103, 124, 

220 

Taylor, Kristen 89 169 

Taylor, Laura 8, 124 

Taylor, Meghan 35, 36, 43, 44, 124 

Taylor, Robert 124 

Taysom, Nicole 109 



Tekieli, Tiffany 15, 66, 140 
Terlizzi, Anthony 29, 38, 65, 104 
,-Terlizzi, Robert 38, 84, 140 
Terry, Telesa 124 
Tetkovil, Matthew 140 
Theme 2 

Thigpen, Ronald 62, 124 
Thomas, Brian 111 
Thomas, Bruce 140 
Thomas, Jacqueline 85, 140 
Thomas, Leila 89 37, 45, 82, 142, 169, 183, 185 
Thomas, Michael 106 
Thomas, Nicole 138 
Thomas, Rashon 106 
Thomas, Shannon 140 
Thomas, Spencer 107 
Thomas, Tracy 89 167, 169, 185, 202 
Thomas, Tracy 183 
Thome, Jeannine 65, 80, 104 
Thompson, Frederick 110 
Thompson, Marcellus 138 
Thompson, Tarnell 89 82, 169, 183 
Thornton, Tammieanna 124 
Thrower, De Angelo 110 
Tillinghast, Kathryn 109 
Timm, Natalie 140 
Tingley, Howard 83, 140 
Tinker, Patricia 124 
Tinker, Shelly 89 169, 183, 185 
Tirabassi, Anthony 89 S3, 169, 183, 207 
Tkac, Carol 99, 107, 111, 177 
Tobias, Shelley 9, 47, 80, 124 
Tobin, Megan 85, 109 
Tobin, Timothy 84, 140 
Tobolewski, Elizabeth 89 16, 18, 36, 42, 48, 
169, 183, 220 



[Index] 



Tomasi, Jill 71, 82, 140 

Tomic, Danny 140 

Tomsic, Mark 28, 30, 38, 52, 65, 84, 104 

Tomsic, Matthew 38, 84, 140 

Tonn, Rosemarie 99 

Torrelli, Chris 100, 200 

Torzewski, Bruce 124, 200 

Torzewski, Peggy 100, 214 

Toth, Michael 21, 65, 84, 140 

Touschner, Craig 89 169, 183 

Touschner, Keith 124 

Track, Indoor 82 

Trankos, Michael 124 

Tressler, Joseph 89 24, 25, 28, 84, 169, 183 

Trionfante, Dean 200 

Trocheck, Jodin 76, 124 

Troha, Adrienne 115, 124 

Troha, Michele 89 169, 183 

Tucci, John 89 20, 21, 57, 61, 169, 183 

Tuckerman, Danielle 89 42, 43, 45, 166, 169, 

183, 187, 208 

Tuckerman, Geoffrey 140 

Tuft, Peter 140 

Turkall, Corrinne 66, 75, 104, 200 

Turkall, Dennis 75, 76, 100 

Turner, Cheree 89 169 

Turner, De Angelo 89 32, 169 

Turner, Renee 87, 138 

Turpin, Jay 64, 140 



u 



U, Jun Yong 36, 49, 68, 124 

U, Sun-Yong 89 22, 48, 49, 50, 68, 88, 102, 

169, 183, 220 

Uchbar Jr., Douglas 124 

Ugrinic, Kristie 140 

Underclass Divider 102 

Urban, Michelle 89 169 

Urbania, Michael 102, 140 

Urena, Gilberto 185 

Urena, Kathia 89 169 

Ussai, Daniel 2, 57 



Valencic, Christine 34, 35, 140 

Valcncic, Ninette 34, 35, 37, 183, 202 

Valentic, Rose 124 

Valentine's Ball 20 

Valerio, Gary 110 

Van Dyne, Chantel 7, 15, 45, 166, 167, 183, 

184 

Van Ness, Jennifer 107 



Mixed Chorous, Choral Masters and Varsity 
Chorale at the Winter Concert. Homecoming 
candidates and inductees into the Euclid Hall of 
Fame. 



Vanah, Kathleen 37, 45, 78, 79, 183, 185, 203, 

208, 209 

Vance, Kevin 49, 82, 115, 124 

Vanderhoff Jr., Thomas 183, 202 

Varner, Amy 140 

Varsity Chorale 33 

Varsity Basketball, Girl's 79 

Vasko, Robert 138 

Veasley, Theresa 111 

Vega, Daniel 109 

Vehovec, Bryan 124 

Velkos, Haralambos 183 

Velkos, Joseph 183 

Voigt, Robert 124 

Voll, Craig 183 

Veil, Michelle 29, 111 

Volleyball 66 

Von Benken, Bill 18, 46, 50, 100, 177, 200, 

220 

Von Sick, Christine 45, 124 

Vondrak, Nancy 100 

Voskoboynikov, Mikhail 109 

Vrabel, Melissa 202 

Vunderink, Nicholas 109 

Vurusic, Jayne 44, 124, 125 

Vuyancich, John 77, 105 



w 



Wagner, Michelle 42, 124 
Wagner, William 16, 140, 202 
Wai Nopolo 51 



Walczak, Philip 49, 82, 124 

Waldak, Windi 124 

Walker Jr, Anthony 107 

Wallace, Rhoan 111 

Waller, Cheryl 81, 109 

Wallette, Stacy 32, 124 

Walls, Rhonda 183 

Walsh, Erin 15, 101, 183, 202 

Walsh, Susan 16, 144, 183, 203 

Walsmith, Robert 89, 100 

Walter, Kenneth 57, 62, 63, 76, 125 

Waltermire, Jennifer 7, 20, 22, 32, 33, 36, 52, 

101, 183, 202, 207, 211, 216 

Waltermire, Karrie 32, 36, 107 

Walters, Candace 125 

Walters, Chris 108 

Walton, Renee 105 

Walton, Stephanie 15, 32, 33, 183 

Walworth, Tracey 183 

Wandersleben, Eric 110 

Wandersleben, John 57, 140 

Wang, Wendy 30, 104 

Ward, Clinton 25 

Ward, Patrice 7, 57, 61, 75, 140 

Ware, Damon 32, 107 

Warman, Connie 100 

Warner, Willie 20 

Waschura, Maryann 183 

Washington, Natecia 80, 105 

Washington, Rashaun 47, 125 

Watkins, Terry 104 

Watral, Kimberly 144, 184 

Weaver, Rebecca 125 

Webb, Jason 106 

Webber, Michaelle 140 

Weber, Kristen 48, 50, 140, 220 




[Index] 



Weber, Michael 140 

Wein, Josef 109 

Weiss, Russeil 108 

Welker, Jennifer 32, 33, 36, 52, 140, 209 

Welsh, Cynthia 32, 111 

Wensing, Dan 57, 58, 100, 177 

West, Christian 105 

West, Teresa 125 

Westover, Peter 200 

Weybrecht, Jason 76, 125 

Wheeler, Jennifer 110 

Wheeler, John C 107 

Wheeler, Sheila 140 

Whelan, Thomas 125 

Wherley, Richard 100, 166 

White, James 138, 167 

White, Janessa 125 

White, Lanay 125 

White, Mary 100, 200 

White, Sheila 25, 28, 140 

Whiteman, Kimberly 111 

Whitmore, Lisa 38, 184 

Wichert, William 77, 109 

Wiggins, Phil 138 

Wilcox, Paulnetta 29, 125 

Williams, Aleathea 109 

Williams, Carol 100 

Williams, Claudia 125 

Williams, Fatima 125 

Williams, Gregory 77, 109 

Williams, Juan 104 

Williams, Michelle 140 

Williams, Neal 140 

Williams, Nicole 140 

Williams, Rashawn 53, 57, 140 

Williams, Rufus 140 



Williams, Stephanie 140, 202 

Williams, Steven 106 

Williams, Tasha 25, 27, 53, 101, 184 

Williams, Yolanda 106 

Willingham, Melissa 25, 29, 125 

Willis, Derek 76 

Willis, Derrick 125 

Wilson, Eric 125 

Wilson, Holly 140 

Wilson, Kashon 125 

Wims, Regina 25, 29, 140 

Winkleman, Bonnie 140 

Winston, Alaster 125 

Wirbel, Mark 40, 44, 184 

Witczak, Michael 28, 30, 110 

Witt, Stacey 126, 138 

Witzak, Michael 25 

Wojdak, Windi 125 

Wolenski, Kenneth 25, 29, 82, 125 

Wolenski, Lorinne 140 

Wolf, Richard 109 

Womack, Edrina 40, 125 

Wood, Traci 140 

Woodard, Tameka 125 

Woods, Valencia 9, 125 

Workman, Steven 70, 111 

WouUard, Donnaire 62, 125 

Wrestling 72 

Wyckoff, Robert 140 

Wyley, Milton 41, 125 

Wylie, Marquetta 125 




Yanni, Anthony 105 

Yartz, Leslie 184 

Yates, Sonya 102, 140, 209 

Yee, Michelle 36, 39, 45, 46, 48, 68, 184 

Yee, Virginia 46, 105 

Yocum, Robert 91, 200 

Yoe, Robert 108 

Yoon, Sang Pil 138 

York, Dick 100, 110 

Young, Crystal 51, 125 

Young, Jessica 184 

Young, Lawrence 184 

Young, Letitia 105 

Young, Nathan 110 

Young, Paul 25, 29, 125 

Yuhas, Karen 35, 100, 200 

Yuhas, Stacie 10, 12, 13, 34, 125 

Yurcich, Charles 76, 125 

Yurcich, Christine 184, 211 



Zagore, Christine 125 

Zahler, Alison 36, 39, 45, 48, 184 

Zahler, James 125 

Zahursky, Carol 125 

Zahursky, Theresa 24, 25, 27, 184 

Zakrajsek, Janene 25, 34, 35, 36, 125, 217 

Zakrajsek, Jo Anne 29, 32, 105 

Zalar, Loretta 125 

Zana, Deborah 125 

Zanghi, Angela 138, 140 

Zappia, Courtney 110 

Zele, Jackie 80, 81, 107 

Zele, Jennifer 67, 104 

Zele, Robert 62, 125 

Zemba, Brian 108 

Zhong, Weike 140 

Ziegler, Monica 38, 184 

Zigman, Laura 39, 47, 78, 79, 144, 166, 184, 

211 

Zingale, Angela 32, 87, 141, 202 

Zivnoska, Edvifard 57, 62, 76, 125 

Zovko, J Gerald 141 

Zovko, Tomislav 57, 64, 65, 125 

Zschuppe, Katherine 141 

Zubizarreta, Judith 100, 200 

Zupancic, Bernetta 28, 36, 45, 184 

Zurga, Mary 16, 138 



Missy Horvath and Paul DeFilippo at Home- 
coming. Curt Spencer with some Americans in 
Paraguay. The family that Curt Spencer stayed 
with in Paraguay. Iguazu Falls, Brazil. 



[Index] 



All good things must come to an end 



Thank You 

The staff of the Euclidian would like 
to extend thanks to all who helped to 
make this book possible. First and 
formost, thanks have to go to our ad- 
visor, Mr. Von Benken for the many 
long hours of hard work and leader- 
ship that he had to put in to get the 
the entire operation going and to keep 
it going. No one can understand how 
much work is involved in putting the 
book together unless they have been 
through it. Others to be thanked are: 
Ohio School Pictures for processing 
and printing our photographs and 
taking the senior and underclass pic- 
tures and those of the sports teams, 
Jostens Yearbook Company for put- 
ting it all together,Jan Kehn for ar- 
ranging photography dates and sup- 
plying needed matrials, the writers 
and photographers who contributed 
their time, and last but not least the 
entire student body at Euclid High 
School without which this book could 
not exist. 



Colophon 



700 copies of the 1989 Euclidian 
were printed by the Jostens Printing 
and Publishing Division at State Col- 
lege, Pennsylvania. The book is print- 
ed on Gloss 191 paper stock and in- 
cludes 32 pages of full color, 24 of 
which are the senior photographs. Pa- 
latino type was used throughout the 
book for captions and body copy, 
while News Gothic Bold was used for 
headlines and subheadlines. Body 
copy is usually set in ten point type 
while picture captions are set in eight 
point type. Headlines are set in thirty- 
six point type and subheadlines are 
set in twenty-four point type. The 
cover was designed by senior Tawfig 
Akhir. Pages were submitted to the 
plant at five deadlines, November 5, 
November 28, December 19, January 
16 and the final deadline was February 
20, 1989. Because of this, anything 
that happened after mid-February 
could not be included in the book. 



Staff 



Copy Staff: Bill Castrovince, Heidi 
Martin, Sally Bierer, Mike Betts, Julie 
Groves, Kathy Kushma, Kris Hren, 
Helen Chen, Stevie Dejong. 

Contributors (1 or 2 stories): Matt 
Hopkins, Jennifer Mason, Shannon 
Kelly, Emily Smayda, Rashawn Perry, 
Lee Swope, Sharon Barrett, Cindy Jer- 
ele, Chris Clark, Sunny U. 

Data Input: Stevie Dejong, Shannon 
Kelly, Rashawn Perry, Heidi Sacko, 
Julie Groves, Betsy Cayne, Emily 
Smayda, Kristen Weber, Cindy Jerele, 
Sunny U, Kim Taylor, Chris 
Oboczky. 



Photography: Vernard Adams, Betsy 
Tobolewski, Mike Betts, John Marin- 
cek. Bill Castrovince, Shannon Kelly, 
Tracy Marincek, Rashawn Perry, Julie 
Noble, Cindy Jerele, Chris Clark, 
Sunny U, Heidi Martin, Kris Hren. 

Layout: Bill Castrovince, John Marin- 
cek, Judy Beder, Shannon Kelly, Heidi 
Sacko, Julie Groves, Helen Chen, 
Kristen Weber, John Cindric, Cindy 
Jerele, Chris Clark, Kim Taylor, Chris 
Miranda, Doug Matiaska, Sharon 
Swyt. 



Regrets 



As the 1988-89 school year draws to 
an end there are several things the 
Euclidian staff would like to clarify. 

Euclid is packed with many differ- 
ent kinds of people. To capture them 
all in the yearbook would be impossi- 
ble. However, we tried our best. Be- 
cause senior pictures were taken at the 
high school during the Fall, we feel 
that the senior section is more com- 
plete than in previous years. There 
was always the problem, of course, of 
people who were not enrolled at Eu- 
clid in the Fall not being included in 
the yearbook. We are sorry, but that 
cannot be helped. Many underclass 
members are not included in the book 
because they did not want to have 
their picture taken. We feel badly 
about this but the situation was out of 
our control. 

Because of the Euclidian's small 
staff this year, much of the responsi- 
bility of putting it together fell on 
only a few square shoulders. Howev- 
er, it was assembled with just as much 
creativity and care as in past years. We 
sincerely apologize for any errors or 
omissions. May this compiliation 
serve as a treasured memory for many 
years to come. 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '89 



Closing 




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STEVEN ADAMS •THOMAS ADAMS •TAWFIGAKHIR* SEAN 

ALLEN •SHARONANGLEN'FERAN DO ALIAZAR* SUZANNE 

AMATO* LISAANDERSON • MARLENEAPANAITES* LAURAAQUILA* 

PHILIP ARNOLD* FRANK ASBURY* KRISTIN ATTWOOD -THOMAS AUSTIN* 

LISA BABER* JENNIFER BAER* ANGELA BAILEY -JOE BAKER •MILIOBAKICH* 

BARBARABANACH 'ANDRE BANKS •MICHAEL BARNES* CHRISTOPHER BARSTOW" 

CAROLYN BARTH*MARKOBARTULOVIC^ RONALD BARWIDI^WALIBELL^ TROY BERGER^ 

JASON BERNSTEIN* MICHAEL BETTS« CYNTHIA BEUCK* SHARON BEUTLER* ALFRED BIELSKIS* 

SARAH BIERER*VICHELLEBILLINGSLEY* CHANDRA BILLUPS*GEORGEBISKUP*ROSLIND 

BLACKMON* MARK BLANC *S MICHAEL BLASIUS*KENYONBONCELA*THOMASBORNEMANN*REGINA 

BOYD * JAMES BRAIDIC* CAROLYN BRANDICH*KIRBY BROWN* KELLY BURDOCK* PAULINE BURKE* 

ROBERT BURROWS* CRAIG BUSH* SHARON BUTLER -KATHYCAIN* CINDY CANTINI* TODD CAPUOZZO* 

PETERCAPUTO* KATHLEEN CARIC* CRUZ* CHRISTOPHER CUM MINGS * 

LI SACARR*CHARLENE CARTER* CARLACURTIS * ANGREJ CUTURIC * 

PATRICKCATER*STEPHENCESAR* MICHELLE CUTWRIGHT * DAMIR 

THERESACHAMPA*MICHAELCHEBO* CVITKOVIC * WILLIE DANIEL JR * 

HELEN CHEN * CATHERINE MICHELLE DATTILO * BRIAN DAUER* 

CHIANCONE*MARLENECHINCHAR* JENNIFER DAVIS * MATTHEW DAVIS * 

LAURIE CHRISTOPHER * JOHN TRACY DAVIS * CATHERINE DAY * 

CIARLILLO* DIANE CICKAVAGE* ANNA TRYCENNIA DEAN 'PAUL DEFILIPPO* 

CIRINO*DAVIDCLARK*TERENCE AMYDEHNER*CHRISTADEISTER*LEO 

CLARK* JOHN COLBERT* BRIDGETTE DEJAK * STEVIE DE JONG * STEVEN 

COLEMON*JAMESCOLEMAN*KEVIN DEKLEVA * KIMBERLY DEMBEK * 

COLLINS*KIMCOLQUITT*ROBERT GREGG DENNIS * MARIA DENT * 

COMENSCHEK* MARK COMER JR* DANIELLE DESICO*GINADIADDARIO* 

RANADACOOPER*TIMOTHYCOOPER DANIEL Dl BARTOLOMEO * HEIDI 

*CATHERINECOPELAND* KIMBERLY DICKEY* TRACY DICKSON * SCOTT Dl 

CORBIN*KATHLEENCORRIGAN* FRANCO* LUCRETIADILLARD* MARY 

CARMELLA CORNELIUS * DANIEL DISANTIS*CHRISTIANDIXON*CELINE 

C REWS * JAM ESCU DO* MADELEINE DOJWA* MARK DONNETT* LISA DRAGE 

* DANIELDRASLER*STACYDUCHON * MARYDUGANDZIC*SCOTTDUKE* JOHN DUNCAN *TRACYDUNHAM 

* MARK DUNMI RE* ANTON DUSHAJ* DANIEL DUVALL*STEPH EN EICHHORN* RICHARD ERWIN* 

Kl RSTIN ESCH * JOHN EVANS* MARGARET FAIR* ANTON lA FANNIN *TYANNA FARMER* 

CHRISTINA FASICK*SCOTTFAULISI* CHRISTY FAZIO* CHRISTOPHER FETKOVICH* JULIE 

FISCH ER *CHRISTINEFOTH*DANI EL FRANCETIC* DANIEL FRANK* ANTHONY 

FRANKOS* JAMES FREDRICKSON*SHARIFOHRMAN* DAWN GAINER* KENNETH 
GAMBATESE *MICHAELGASIEWSKI* KIM CAST* MAPI EGELO*LEROY GILBERT* 
DAN ELLE Gl LDON E* TYRONE GILHAM* LENA GILLIAM* SHANNON GILMORE* JOSEPH 
GOERNDT*CHRISTINEGOODE*MICHAELGRAFFIUS*NICKGRUBACH*KELLYGRAHEK* JULIE 
GROVES* MONICA GUARNIERI*DOMENICGUBITOSI* MICHAEL GUILFOYLE* ANTHONY GUTTU* 
JOHN HACKATHORN* JOHN HADA*GESSEHAFFEY*STRACY HAMILTON* DONALD HAMM* DANIEL 
HANSEN*TIMOTHYHANSEN*BRUCE TANYA HUTCHINS * DANUTE 

HARDMAN* RICHARD HARPS 'MARIE JAKUBASKAS* FRANK JAN KOWSKI * 

HARRISON *ANTONE HARTMAN * JOSEPH JANKOWSKI * HUGO 

CHRISTOPHER HASTY * KRISTIN JARAMILLO* VICTORIAJAWORSKY* 

HEFERNAN * LISA HEIMBERGER * MARK JELENIC* ALFRED JOHNSON * 

DANIEL HEIMSOTH * GREGORY JENNIFER JONES* WILLIAM JONES* 

HENDERSON*TIFFANYHENDERSON* MLADEN JUNKOVIC * GREGORY 

JEANETTEHENRY*JOHNHERBST* JURATIC * BARBARA JURKOVIC * 

AMY HICKOK * ERICKA HICKS * ANJANETTE KACPERSKI * DAFNE 

MONIQUEHICKS*KRISTENHIGGINS* KADRAS * JOHN KALE * WILLIAM 

DONALDHILL* LEIGH HILL* RONALD KARABI N US * MICHAEL KELLRES * 

HINTON JR*THOMASHOINSKI* MARCUSKELLY*TYRUSKELLY* 

JASON HOLLAND * MICHAEL JAMES KING * LISA KIRCHNER * 

HOLLOMAN*JONHOLMES*AISHAH MICHAEL KITCHEN * CYNTHIA 

HOPE*MATTHEWHOPKINS*LISA KLECKNER * DIANA KOMAN * 

HRADEK*KRISTINEHREN*JOHN KIMBERLY KONRAD* PETER KOSTAN* 

HRIBAR*FRANCISHUBER*BRIAN MAX KOZLOWSKI * MICHELLE KRANCE 

HUGHES * BILLIJO HUMPHRIES * • KRISTINE KUBACH * WILLIAM KUNES 

* KATHLEEN KUSHMA* CHRISTINE LAN* BRIDGETTE LANG* RYAN LAWSON* JAMES LEAMON* CRAIG 
LEINWEBER* MICHAEL LAQUYEA* KEVIN LIMBERT* COURTNEY LIMERICK *SUZANELISAC* LARA LOMAC* 
RODNEY LOMAX* DANIEL LOMBARDO* MELISSA LONG * LAURA LONGSTRETH * AARON LOVING * KIM 

LUIKART* KENNETH LUX* DANIEL LUZNYCHRISTOPHER MACK* KEVIN MALANEY*STACEYMALLORY 

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MARSHALL* HEIDI MARTIN* JASON MARTIN* DOUGLAS MATIASKA*CANDACEMAUCERI* 

K RISTI NEMAU PER* DEN NISMAXEY* ELAINE MAXWELL* JEAN MAYERHOFFER* 

MICHAEL MAYLE*MATHIASMAZZEI* THOMAS MCCONNELL*TIFFONY MCCOY* 

WILLIAM MC GUINNESS* JOHN MCKAY* ROBERT MCMANUS*GUNHILD 

MEANEY* JOSEPH MEDVED* VICTORIA* MEDVED* DOUGLAS MEHLS* 

CHRISTIANMIHELI* DANIEL MIHELI* DIANE MILLER* JOHN 

MILLER* MARY MILLER*M TONY MILLINE*DALMACIO 



MIRANDA • JAMES MIXON • DAVID MOCNY • PAM 
MONTGOMERY • GERALD MOORE • SANDRA MOORE • MARK 
MOREK • HEEATHER MORRRISON • DON MOSES • LORI MOSES • 
KRISHNA MOTIEJUNAS • CHRISTINE MUCCINO • DENISE MURPHY • DAVID 
NAGY • ERIC NEBE • JULIE NOBLE • MICHAEL NOVAK • JOE NUGENT • ROBERT 
NYKIEL • CHRISTINE OBOCZKY • CYNTHIA O BRIEN • MICHELLE FLYNN • ARON 
OHANESSIAN • GARYOLBRYSH • CURTIS NEAL II 'JENNIFER NEILL • ELIZABETH OROZ • 
VADA OWENS 'DE ANN PARKER* RONALD PARMERTOR«KATALINPAROSKA»DINAPASQUALE« 
CHIRAC PATEL • ERIC PATTERSON • ANTHONY PAVIC • DARREN PEKAR • DANIEL PENNY • BETH 
PERDAN • BARB PERKO • CHRISTOPHER PERRY • RASHAWN PERRY • IRENE PETERS • LINDA PETERSON • 
BRENDA PETHO • ED PETRICK • JERRY PETROWSKI • GREGORY PETRUCCELLI • CARMEN PETTI • SCOTT 
PINTA • MICHAEL PIOTROWSKI • VERONICA PISCOPO • BRENT POCKAR • LAURA PONSART • CHERYL 
PORTER 'EDWIN POWERS •MATTHEW SCHAFER • CYNTHIA SCHEIMANN • 

PRESTON • VINCENT POROCZKY • JOSEPH SCHIAVONI • DENISE 

MARINA QUINN • SEAN QUINN • SCHMELTZER* MALCOLM SCHEINDER 

WILLLIAMRABBITTS* NORA RACE ERIC • KRISTIN SCHOEN • TINA SCHOEN • 

RAMSEY • NAJLA RASHID • KAREN TRACY SCOLARO • LEONARD SCOTT • 

REED • RICKY RENNER • ERICA DAWN SEGINES • JAMES SEGULIN • 

RICHARDS • VINCENT RIHA • RITA BRIAN SHEEHAN • MARIE SHERIDAN • 

ROACH • RICHARDS ROBERTS • RENEESHIMKO* JOHN SHIVAK* JOHN 

DOMENIC ROCCO • SHAWN ROCHE • SHUSKY* MARIJANASIMICEVIC -TINA 

SANDY ROEDER • ROBERT ROETHEL • SIMONE • JAMES SIMS • RYAN SINK • 

CALVIN ROGERS • LAURA ROLL • KRISTINASIUPINYS • RICHARD SKORA 

HEATHER ROWE • EDWARD RYANS • • RONALD SLOGAR • ANDRE SMITH • 

DOMINIC RYMARCZYK • THOMAS KELLEY SMITH • STEPHEN SMITH • 

SABOL* DAVID SARGENT* MICHELLE GINA SNEPERGER • JOSEPH 

SARI • JEANETTE SAS • DWAYNE SOLNOSKY • MICHAEL SOLNOSKY • 

SATTLER* JOSEPH SAUER* MICHELE SCOTT SOOS • JILL SOPKO • 

SAVOLAINEN • MATTHEW SAWYER • DUBRAVKA SOPREK • CURTIS 

MICHAEL SCARNEINCH • BETH SPENCER • MICHELLE SPENCER • 

MITCHELL SPENCER • NATASHA SPENCER • REBECCA SPERNER • KEITH SPEROFF • AMY STANKIVICZ • 
JAMES STEPHENS • JAMES STIPKOVICH • JASON STRAUB • RICHARD STRINGER • VALENCIA STROWDER • 
ELVIS SUGAR • RICHARD SUMMERS • PAUL SWANSON • SANDY SWANSON • MARY SWEET • STEPHEN 
TAJGISZER* RALPH TAURMAN • HOWARDTAYLOR* KARLTAYLOR* KRISTINTAYLOR* LEILATHOMAS 
• TRACY THOMAS • TARNELL THOMPSON • SHELLY TINKER • ANTHONY TIRABASSI • ELIZABETH 
TOBOLEWSKI • GRAIG TOUSCHNER • JOSEPH TRESSLER • MICHELE TROHA • JOHN TUCCI • 
DANIELLE TUCKERMAN • CHEREE TURNER • DE ANGELO TURNER • SUNNY U • MICHELLE 
URBAN • GILBERT© URENA • KATHIA URENA • BERNICE USSAI • DANIEL USSAI • NINETTE 
VALENCIC • KATICA VALENTIC • KATHLEEN VANAH • THOMAS VANDERHOFF JR • 
CHANTEL VAN DYNE* PETERVEEDMONT»HARALAMBOSVELKOS» JOSEPH VELKOS* 
CRAIG VOLL • MELISSA VRABEL • RHONDA WALLS • ERIN WALSH • SUSAN WALSH • 

DIANNA WALTER • JENNIFER 

WALTERMIRE • STEPHANIE WALTON • 

TRACY WALWORTH • MARYANN 

WASCHURA • NASJA WASHINGTON • 

KIMBERLY WATRAL • JOE WEISS • 

ANGLEN • FERANDO ALIAZAR • AINSLEY WELLER • JOHN WENGERD • 

SUZANNE AMATO • LISA ANDERSON • PETER WESTOVER • SEAN WHELAN • 

MARLENEAPANAITES* LAURA AQUILA LISA WHITMORE • ANTHONY 

• PHILIP ARNOLD • FRANK ASBURY • WICKWARE • LISA WILLIAMS • TASHA 

KRISTIN ATTWOOD»THOMASAUSTIN» WILLIAMS • MARK WIRBEL • LESLIE 

LISABABER«JENNIFERBAER»ANGELA YARTZ • MICHELE YEE • JESSICA 

BAILEY 'JOE BAKER •MILIOBAKICH* YOONG • LAWRENCE YOUNG • 

BARBARA BANACH • ANDRE BANKS • CHRISTINEYURCICH«ALISONZAHLER 

MICHAEL BARNES • CHRISTOPHER • THERESA ZAHURSKY • MONICA 

BARSTOW* CAROLYN BARTH • MARKO ZIEGLER • LAURA ZIGMAN • BERNETTA 

BARTULOVIC • RONALD BARWIDI • ZUPANCIC • LARRY ZUSMAN • STEVEN 

WALI BELL • TROY BERGER • JASON ADAMS • THOMAS ADAMS • TAWFIG 

BERNSTEIN • MICHAEL BETTS • AKHIR • SEAN ALLEN • SHARON 

CYNTHIA BEUCK • SHARON BEUTLER • ALFRED BIELSKIS • SARAH BIERER • VICHELLE BILLINGSLEY • 

CHANDRA BILLUPS • GEORGE BISKUP • ROSLIND BLACKMON • MARK BLANC • S MICHAEL BLASIUS • 

KENYON BONCELA • THOMAS BORNEMANN • REGINA BOYD • JAMES BRAIDIC • CAROLYN BRANDICH • 

KIRBY BROWN • KELLY BURDOCK • PAULINE BURKE • ROBERT BURROWS • CRAIG BUSH • SHARON 

BUTLER* KATHYCAIN«CINDYCANTINI«TODDCAPUOZZO»PETERCAPUTO» KATHLEEN CARIC* 

LISA CARR • CHARLENE CARTER • PATRICK CATER • STEPHEN CESAR • THERESA CHAMPA • 

MICHAEL CHEBO • HELEN CHEN • CATHERINE CHIANCONE • MARLENE CHINCHAR • 

LAURIE CHRISTOPHER • JOHN CIARLILLO • DIANE CICKAVAGE • ANNA CIRINO • 

DAVIDCLARK»TERENCECLARK» JOHN COLBERT* BRIDGETTECOLEMON • 

JAMES COLEMAN • KEVIN COLLINS • KIM COLQUITT • ROBERT 

COMENSCHEK • MARK COMER JR • RANADA COOPER • TIMOTHY 

COOPER • CATHERINE COPELAND • KIMBERLY CORBIN • 






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