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MICHELLEABSHIRE»ADAMALBANO»MYISHAALEXANDER« 
THOMIKA ANDERSON • MARCOS ANDRADE • JOHN APUZZIO • 
WALTER ARCHIE* JOHN ARLESIC* WILLIAM AUBE«AMYAYER« JENNIE 
AYERS • THOMAS BABB • BRYAN BACHELOR • DAVID BAIONI • DWAYNE 
BAKER • JAMES BALL • MICHAEL BALOGH • DANNIELLE BAMM • SHELLEY 
BANNING* MATTHEW BARLEY* STEPHEN BARSTOW«DAVERABEARD«TEDBECHTEL« 
MICHAEL BECK • STEPHEN BEHUN • BRIAN BELL • NIKKI BELL • TOMAS BERZINSKAS • 
KAMEL BEY • DERRICK BIBBS • GREGORY BITNER • EDWARD BIZAY • JULIET BLACKFORD • 
GERALD BOINER • BRIAN BOWWERS • SHERITA BOWLING • NANCY BOYCE • BENJIE BOYD • JENNEAN 
BOYKIN • EDWARD BOYLE • CHARLES BROOKS • DARRELL BROOKS • DONJUANNA BROWN • STACEY 
BROWN • ANTHONY BRUKETA • RONALD BRYANT JR • NICHOLAS BURDOCK • BRIDGET BURICH • STEVE 
BURRINGTON • SAULIUS BUTKUS • DAVID CALDWELL • JAMES CALWISE III • LATRICE CAMPBELL • JOSEPH 
CAPUOZZO • CHRISTINE CARLTON • WILLIAM CVELBAR* TIFFANY DALLAS • 

JOSE CARRERA • BRIAN CAVANAUGH • MATTHEWDANE* KENNETH DAVIDSON 

JACQUELYN CHAMBERS • RONALD • KENNETH DAVIS • HAROLD DE BOE • 

CHANDLER • STEPHANIE DANIEL DE FILIPPO • IRENE DEJAK • 

CHRISTOPHER • MARK CICKAVAGE • JENNIFER DELL • JOHN DENGEL • 

SHAUN CLARK • MICHAEL CLAY • TIFFENEY DENNIS • JASON DEVINE • 

VERNETTA COFFER • JESSE COLEMAN MICHAEL Dl BARTOLOMEO • SAMUEL 

• ANGELA COLLINS • JACKLYN Dl BARTOLOMEO* JOHN Dl PASQUALE 

COLLINS • STACEY COLONNA • • NICOLE T DICKERSON • JENNIFER 

ANTHONY CONGIN • CATHERINE DIETZ • DUANE DILLARD • ANGELA 

COPELAND • DANIELLE COULTER • DIXON • DENNIS DIXON • STEWART 

REBECCA COVER • THANDEKA COX • DOBOZE • RONALD DODGE • JEFFREY 

NICOLE CRAWFORD* DAWN CROSBY* DOLSEN • JAMES DORAZIO • RENEE 

ANTHONY CUCANICH • DAMEN DOUGLAS • MICHAEL DUCHON • 

CUMMINGS • RONALD CUNNINGHAM MARIJODUJMOVIC'BRIANDUNMIRE* 

JR • TESSA CUNNINGHAM • DAVID DANA DURAN • MICKELLE DWYER • 

CUPAR • AMY CURRY • MICHAEL JAMES EDSALL • KATIE ELLS • 

CURTIS • THOMAS CUTWRIGHT • CHRISTOPHER EMRICH • FERNANDO 

ENGLISH • WILLIAM EPPICH • KARIN ESCH • MATTHEW FAULISI • MICHELLE J FERRATO • JENNIFERR 
FETKOVICH • KIMBERLY FLORIAN • KEVIN FLYNT • CHRISTIN FOGARTY • AMORA FRANCIS • IVAN FRANIC • 
NATALIE FRANIC • TIMOTHY FULGHAM • CHRISTINA GAETA • KRISTEN GAJOWSKI • EDWARD GALOSI • 
ROBERT GALOSI • TABITHA GAMBLE • SEAN GANNON • DENNIS GARAGIULO • AMY GARBINCUS • 
DORIAN GARDNER* MARIO GASPERSIC* MAX GAST» AUDREY GBONEY* YVONNE GBONEY'TADAS 
GELAZIS • RENEE GEMBARSKI • LYNN GESSLER • JOSEPH GIBALDI • SHANEL GIBSON • ERICA 
GLOVER • JOSEPH GODINA • JOSEPH GOJEVIC • KRISTEN GOLINAR • MARCOS GOMEZ • 
MEGHAN GORMAN • JOZELIA GRACE • HEATHER GRAFFIUS • SAMANTHA GRAVES -TRACEY 
GRAVES • SCOTT GRAY • ROSHAWN GREER • DAVID GRICE • CHRISTOPHER GRIFFIN • 
DUSTYGRIFFITHS«DANGRISEZ«PAMELAGRISARD»JEFFREYGROSSMAN«JANELLE 
GROVES* JOHN GUGLIOTTA»TIMOTHYHAGGERTY«TONAHAILE« DANIEL HALL II • 

ROBERT HARRIS • SEMIKA HARRIS • 

WENDY HARRIS • MARGANNA 

HARTMAN • MELANIE HART • CARRIE 

HATCHER • TAMARA HAUSEN • LISA 

HAWK • RACHAEL HAYES • ALANA 

ANTHONY KEFFER • KELLY KEKIC • HAYNES • GRETCHEN HECK • 

LISAKEKIC«DEVINKELLEY» MICHAEL LEHENDRO HILL • JENNIFER HISER • 

KELNHOFER • KENNETH KILGORE • KAREN HOCHSCHILD* KELLYHODDER 

MATTHEW KILLION'JOON KIM »DAVID • KENYADUS HOLLINS • CARLITA 

KIMBALL • MICHAEL KMETZ • DUSTIN HORTON • DAWN HOWARD • JANET 

KOCINA* PAUL KOSTANSEK* EDWARD HUDDLESTON • KIRK ISRAEL* DEVAN 

KOVACIC • JEFFREY KOWALSKI • JACKSON • SHELLI JACKSON • SUSAN 

ROBERT KRAMER • JASON KRISTO • JAKOPANEC • WILLIAM JERIN • STACY 

ANTHONY KUCARIC • CANDACE JOLLY«ARTHURJONES« LASHAUNDA 

KUCINSKI«JOSEPHKUGEL«COLLEEN JONES • JULIE JURATIC • SUSAN 

LANZARETTA • SEONA LATINE • JURATOVAC • JEFFREY KALEAL • KYLE 

DARRELL LAUSCHE • SAHARA LOVEY KALINOWSKI • MICHAEL KARABINUS • 

LAWRENCE • PAUL LECH • JOSEPH LAURIE KAUSEK • LYNN KEAVENEY • 

LEONARDI • DENNIS LESEFKY • JOY LEWIN • STEPHEN LINDSEY • DEBRA LONG • NICHOLE LOTT • KRISTEN 

LOVELESS • DONALD LOWERY* CANDI LUKAT* KIMBERLY LYLE • MICHELE LYNN • MARK MACLEOD • MIKE 

MANNARINO • MELISSA MARCHUK • SHANNON MAREK • TRACY MARINCEK • OLIVER MARKON • TERRI 

MASON • DE VONNA MAULDIN • JOSEPH MC ARTHUR • KELLY MC CANDLESS • ERICA MC DUFFIE • 

MICHAEL MC DOUGALL • DELISKA MC GHEE • MARTIN MC GRATH • ANGELA MC KEAN • MARY MC 

NAMARA«CHANTELLEMEDVES» JENNIFER MELNYK«ANTHONYMERRIT«LYDIAMIKULCIC 

• DONOVAN MITCHELL • RASHIID MITCHAM • HEATHER MOCK • DENISE MOORE • 

ELIZABETH MOSTER • KATHY MUSCARELLA* DAMIEN MYERS • EDWARD NEHRIG 

• RACHEL NORTON • LAWRENCE NOSSE • LEAH NOWAK • JOSEPH 

NOWOSIELSKI* COLLEEN NUGENT* NOREEN NUGENT* JACK NYKIEL* 

KOFI OBENG • MICHELLE OBOCZKY • SUSAN PAE • OUANE 

PANYATHONG • MARC PARKER • SHANE PARRINO • 



MANISHBHAIPATEL* ANNE PEKOL* TEQUILA PENNINGTON 

• DE SEAN PERKINS • ERNEST PERNA • ALFRED PERRY • 

NICHOLAS PERRY • JEFFREY PESEK • TRACY PETKOVIC • BENJAMIN 

PFAHL • JASON PHILLIS • KAREN PHIPPS • DAN PIKE • CHRISTINA 

PINZARRONI • JACQUELINE PISCITELLO • MICHELLE PLEVELICH • JOE PONSART 

• DEBORAH POWELL • KAREN POWELL • STEVE POWELL • ANGELA M PRITCHETT • 

BRIAN PROCTOR • DANA PUGH • JOSEPH PUPO • KAREN RADACHY • MARJA RAGUZ • 

MICHELLE REED • ANGELA RELLIFORD • ANJANETTE RICHARDSON • DENISE RIEDEL • DEBRAH 

RISKO • FRANCES RIVERA • VERENDA RIVERS • HOPE ROBINSON • SHANTI ROGERS • RACHEL 

ROSBERG • LEON ROZIC • ANN RUGGERI • JONATHAN SAJETOWSKI • MARNIE SALUPO • JOSHUA SAMAS • 

KRISTEN SARPOLIS • ROBERT SAVCHUK • KEITH SCHEURMAN • DEANA SCHIAVONI • KIM SCHMIDT • 

ROBERT SCHMELING • JAMES SCHNEIDER • RICHARD SCHOVAL • HOLLY SCOTT • JUSTIN SCOTT • TOM 

SEDMAK • DAWN SEGINES • PATRICIA 



SHADY* DARSHI SHAH 'THOMAS SHEA 
• DANIEL SHIMKO • MONICA SHINE • 
PHILLIP SILLIA JR • MARKO SIMIC • 
JOYCE SIMMONS • DIONNE SIMS • 
STEVEN SIRK • ANNA SKRTIC • JILL 
SLATTERY • EMILY SMAYDA • IESHA 
SMITH • STEPHEN SNITZKY • SEAN 
SOCHA • FRANK SOLTESZ • CHRISTIAN 
SOMRAK • GREGORY SONNHALTER • 
RICHARD SOPREK • DOMINIC SORIC • 
JENNIFER SPADA • SAMANTHA 
SPENCER • CATHERINE SPIEGEL • 
ROBIN STAPLES • BRIAN STILLINGS • 



MARK STRBAC • ADRIENNE STRUKEL • 
HOLLYSTRUNA«ANGELASTRYJEWSKI 
•CHRISTINESUBEL»ERICKSWANSON 
•HEATHERSWAN«JOESWEET« PETER 
SWYT • APRIL TANNER • ERICK 
TAYSOM • ANN TEKAVEC • TRACEY 
TEKAVEC • FREDERICK THOMPSON • 
MICHAEL THOMAS • SPENCER 
THOMAS • KATHRYN TILLINGHAST • 
NEHVON TOLBERT • MARK TOMSIC • 
NICOLE TOTH • CORRINNE TURKALL • 
DOUGLAS UCHBARJR* JENNIFER VAN NESS* 
BRYAN VEHOVEC • MICHELLE VOLL • NICHOLAS 
VUNDERINK»JOHNVUYANCIH»ANTHONYWALKER 
JR • CHERYL WALLER • RHOAN WALLACE • SHEENA 
WALLACE* KARRIEWALTERMIRE«RENEEWALTON« 
ERIC WANDERSLEBEN • WENDY WANG • KIMBERLY 
WARIK • JESSICA WEBSTER • JOSEF WEIN • 
KIMBERLY WHITEMAN • VANESSA WHITE • PHIL 
WIGGINS • DRANOEL WILKERSON • CAMARA 
WILLIAMS • GREGORY WILLIAMS • JUAN WILLIAMS • 
RASHAWN WILLIAMS • ETHAN WILT • ALASTER 
WINSTON • MICHAEL WITCZAK • RICHARD WOLF • 
EDRINA WOMACK • STEVEN WORKMAN • DONNAIRE 



WOULLARD • ANTHONY YANNI • ROBERT YOE 
NATHAN YOUNG • JO ANNE ZAKRAJSEK • DEBORAH 
ZANA* COURTNEY ZAPPIA« JENNIFERZELE* BRIAN 
ZEMBA • JURE ZOVKO • BARBARA ZUPANCIC • 
DONALD ZURCHER III • MICHELLE ABSHIRE • ADAM 
ALBANO • MYISHA ALEXANDER • THOMIKA 
ANDERSON • MARCOS ANDRADE • JOHN APUZZIO • 
WALTER ARCHIE • JOHN ARLESIC • WILLIAM AUBE • 
AMYAYER* JENNIE AYERS 'THOMAS BABB» BRYAN 
BACHELOR • DAVID BAIONI • DWAYNE BAKER • 
JAMES BALL • MICHAEL BALOGH • DANNIELLE 
BAMM« SHELLEY BANNING • MATTHEW BARLEY* 
STEPHEN BARSTOW • DAVERA BEARD • TED 
BECHTEL • MICHAEL BECK • STEPHEN 
BEHUN • BRIAN BELL • NIKKI BELL • 
TOMAS BERZINSKAS • KAMEL BEY • 
DERRICK BIBBS • GREGORY BITNER • 
EDWARD BIZAY • JULIET BLACKFORD • 
GERALD BOINER • BRIAN BOWWERS • 
SHERITA BOWLING • NANCY BOYCE • 
BENJIE BOYD • JENNEAN BOYKIN • 
EDWARD BOYLE • CHARLES BROOKS • 
DARRELL BROOKS • DONJUANNA 
JACKLYN COLLINS* STACEYCOLONNA 
• REBECCA COVER • THANDEKA COX 



BROWN • STACEY BROWN • ANTHONY 
BRUKETA • RONALD BRYANT JR • 
NICHOLAS BURDOCK • BRIDGET 
BURICH • STEVE BURRINGTON • 
SAULIUS BUTKUS • DAVID CALDWELL • 
JAMES CALWISE III • LATRICE 
CAMPBELL • JOSEPH CAPUOZZO • 
CHRISTINE CARLTON • JOSE CARRERA 
• BRIAN CAVANAUGH • JACQUELYN 
CHAMBERS • RONALD CHANDLER • 
STEPHANIE CHRISTOPHER • MARK 
CICKAVAGE»SHAUN CLARK* MICHAEL 
CLAY • VERNETTA COFFER • JESSE 
COLEMAN • ANGELA COLLINS • 
ANTHONYCONGIN»CATHERINECOPELAND»DANIELLECOULTER 
NICOLE CRAWFORD • DAWN CROSBY • ANTHONY CUCANICH • 



DAMEN CUMMINGS • RONALD CUNNINGHAM JR • TESSA CUNNINGHAM • DAVID CUPAR : • >AMY CURRY • 
MICHAEL CURTIS • THOMAS CUTWRIGHT • WILLIAM CVELBAR • TIFFANY DALLAS • MATTHEW DANE . 
KENNETH DAVIDSON • KENNETH DAVIS • HAROLD DE BOE • DANIEL DE FILIPPO • IRENEDEJAK •JENNIFER 
DELL • JOHN DENGEL • TIFFENEY DENNIS • JASON DEVINE • MICHAEL Dl BARTOLOMEO • SAMUEL Dl 
BARTOLOMEO • JOHN Dl PASQUALE • NICOLET DICKERSON JENNIFER DETZ.DUA^ 
DIXON • DENNIS DIXON • STEWART DOBOZE • RONALD DODGE • JEFFREY DOLSEN • JAMES DORAZK) • 
RENEE DOUGLAS • MICHAEL DUCHON • MARIJO DUJMOVIC • BRIAN DUNMIRE- DANA DURAN • WIICKELLE 
DWYER • JAMES EDSALL • KATIE ELLS • CHRISTOPHER EMRICH • FERNANDO ENGLISH • WILLIAM EPPICH • 
KARIN ESCH • MATTHEW FAULISI • MICHELLE J FERRATO • JENNIFERR FETKOVICH -KIMBERLY FLORIAN . 
KEVIN FLYNT • CHRISTIN FOGARTY • AMORA FRANCIS • IVAN FRANIC • NATALIE FRANIC • TIMOTHY 



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EUCLIDIAN 





Euclid High School 

711 East 222nd Street 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 
Volume 43 

(216)261-2900 
Enrollment 1802 



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Table of Contents 

Student Life 6 

Activities 22 

Sports 62 

Academics 90 

Underclass 104 

Senior. 146 

Memories 188 



Mike Di Bartolomeo really seems to know 
where it's at when he is near Kelly Kekic 
and Kelly Dwyer. Jessica Hopkins, Amy Hod- 
der, Kathy Bartel and Gina Zeman seem to be 
looking for where it's at in the E-Room. 



Table of Contents 






Hail to thee, O Euclid High School 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living, life so dear. 
Our hearts fill with gratitude 
for all that is to be; 
Alma Mater Euclid High School, 
All our praise we sing to thee. 

Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays, 
There 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, 
The memories of our friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid high. 




Mike Karabinus, Karen Esch and Mamie Salupo know that in order to face 
a hard day of classes they must get enough nourishment. Dan Vega, 
Verne Daugherty, Dave Hartman and John Vuyancih believe that a game 
of air hockey is where it's at. Joe Wein knows that it's great to be with Jackie 
Chambers. 



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A NEW LOOK 

Euclid High School 
sports a new fashion 

for 1991 -92 




transformation came over Euclid High School in 1991 -92 and a New Look developed. A 
large number of changes occurred during the summer and greeted the students when they 
returned in the Fall. 

Physically the building itself went through numerous improvements. The roof was recovered to stop 
the leaking and to improve drainage. The Greenhouse was removed from the roof above the 
Planetarium so there would be no more leaks. Hazardous asbestos was removed from the walls in 
the E-Room and the decorations were completely redone. Carpeting was added to the floor of the 
activity room and walls of the entire E-Room. Skylights were installed and glassed doors were 
placed to separate rooms. 

The halls on the first floor had their ceilings removed and dropped ceilings installed with enclosed 
lighting. Carpeting was installed in the Administrative corridor and offices. A new fire alarms 
system was installed to pass state laws. An improved P.A. system greeted students in the halls the 
first couple of weeks of school. The Girl's Pool was finally completed. A new computer network was 
installed and the Whittle Television System was expanded. Much of the parking lot was resurfaced 
and new lights installed. Old mortar was removed from the outside of the building and new mortar 
installed. The Stadium was finished and a new press box was built for the baseball field. 
An enormous counseling change occurred within the administrative offices. The Unit Offices, once 
organized by grade level, were rearranged to alphabetical order creating three unit offices where 
there were four. A new Attendance office was established, along with the PASS Unit for at risk 
students. 

Returning students were greeted by a much improved school building. 
Emily Smayda 





N-ew exit signs were mounted throughout the school. 
Many of the changes took place outside the school. Some of the 
students enjoying the new look were Bob Yoe and Kristen Golinar, Kim 
Schmidt, Jill Slattery and Greg Bitner, Mark Cickavage, Benji Boyd, Nick 
Burdock, Nick Perry and Phil Sillia, and Dan Burke, Jeff Grossman, Carrie 
Winter and Bill Eppich. 




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LIFE 




Lisa Gavin and Stacy Evans having the time of their lives hanging around together 
after school in the parking lot. Lynn Keaveney and Spencer Thomas getting ready to 

go home so they can pursue their lives after school. Nick Burdock realizes that his lift 
will be better if he is in better condition. 



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eghan Gorman, Shannon Marek, Karrie Waltermire, Tracy Petkovic, Kathy Muscarella and Michelle Fogarty having the time of their lives at a 
dance after a football game. Dan Vega and Rich Reed showing that they are enjoying their lives during their senior year. Amy Heuer, Bill Jerin 
and Jason Phillis having the time of their lives at a football game. Renee Thomas, Cara Parise, Liesel Sacko, Carrie Belavich, Cecilia Miller, 
Stacy Meden and Julie Montagner having fun while waiting for the bus that would take them to their volleyball game 




lag Corps, Co-Captain, Lesley Hamilton stands at attention during one of the spirited halftime 
ceremonies at a football game. The Majorettes, Michelle Plevelich, Chrissy Zivnoska, Mary 
Kunes, Stacey Brown, Sonia Janezic, Paula Sustarsic and Denise Riedel showing lots of spirit 
as they pose during halftime. The Homecoming candidates for King and Queen wer™ 
introduced during the football game. 



Euclid has Spirit 




The cheerleaders are always synonymous with spirit. Here, 
Holly Scott, Mary McNamara, Kristen Golinar, Laura Nickell, 
Lisa Aspinwall, Tabitha Gamble, Irene Dejak, Janelle Groves, 
Christen Fogarty, Lauren Scheurman and Dawn Jerele stand at 
attention during the playing of the National Anthem before a football 
game. Kevin Flynt smashes through the cheerleader banner to begin 
the Cleveland Heights game. Brian Peoples, Bob Yoe and Marcos 
Gomez all showed spirit on and off the football field. Band Director, 
Stephen Alspaugh discusses formations with band leader, Keith 
Scheurman while Mark Taylor looks on. 



Spirit 



HOMECOMING 




Shannon Marek, Saul Butkus, Gorman, 
Mark Cickavage, Tracy Petkovic and 
Joe Godina were only of a few of the 
students who enjoyed themselves at the 
Homecoming Dance. 
The entire King and Queen and Court at 
the Homecoming Dance. 









aeshuan Jernigan returning 
the opening kickoff for a 
""touchdown. 




Senior Queen attendants, Amy 
Garbincus and Holly Scott, and 
senior King attendants, Mike Kim 
and Von Tolbert. 



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Homecoming 






The Euclid Panthers smashed to a 37-0 victory over Brush to begin an exciting Homecoming weekend. Students 
and alumni sat back to watch outstanding plays by our extremely talented and dedicated team. The fans and noise 
ose with each touchdown which started off quickly as Raeshuan Jernigan returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown 
ind the Panthers never looked back. 

traditionally the halftime show unveiled the Homecoming King and Queen. Michael Beck and Kelah Pennington were 
:rowned under wondering eyes and a starry sky. 

; ireworks broke out after the game to enhance the magic of the night. The football game proved to be an outstanding 
vay to start an unforgettable Homecoming weekend. 
-Emily Smayda 





Quarterback, John Arlesic, try- 
ing to get some enthusiasm into 
the offense after the defense 
just scored their second touchdown. 



Junior Queen attendant, Tosha 
Elliot and junior King attendant, 
Marty Moushey and sophomore 
Queen attendant, Julie Di Bartolomeo 
and sophomore King attendant, Tim 
Brokaw. 



Homecoming 



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ctober 5, 1991 was 
Euclid's annual 
Homecoming gala in 
the E-Room. The 
theme was "Almost 
Paradise" and Stu- 
dent Council again 
did their usual excel- 
lent job of creating 
the perfect atmo- 
sphere. Palm trees 
and pink flamingos 
adorned the win- 
dows, and the cus- 
tomary multi-col- 
ored balloons clung 
to the ceiling. 
Couples posed for 
their pictures next to 
a waterfall in front of 
a tropical island 
backdrop. 

The Homecoming 
court reigning over 
the festivities con- 
sisted of King Mike 
Beck and Queen 
Kelah Pennington. 
Senior attendants 




were Von Tolbert, 
Holly Scott, Mike 
Kim, and Amy 
Garbincus. Junior i 
attendants were 
Marty Moushey! 
and Tasha Elliot. 
Sophomore atten- 
dants were Tim 
Brokaw and Julie 
Di Bartolomeo. 
Some students at- 
tended Homecom- 
ing with a good 
friend, some went 
with that "special 
someone". Many 
danced up a storm, 
while others spent 
the evening social- 
izing with their 
friends. Despite di- 
verse interests, all 
who were there 
agreed that "Almost 
Paradise" came 
quite close to it. 



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homecoming King 
Michael Beck 



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STORAGE 



Over the years lockers have be 
come less of a storage area for 
books and personal belongings and more 
of a place for personal creativity for 
those who are so inclined. Some stu- 
dents have made their lockers their own 
special home. These decorations were a 
good escape for those students who 
needed to break away from the "norm" 
of empty locker walls. As part of the 
building improvements that took place 
during the summer the lockers on the 
first and second floors were repainted so 
the students occupying those lockers 
had bright, cheery lockers while the 
students who found they had lockers on 
the third floor had the same, drab colors 
as in previous years. Maybe next year 
they will be the lucky ones. 
-Jeff Kaleal 



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Mike Kim, Keith 
Scheurman, Chris- 
tine Perry and Lesley Ham- 
ilton and Amy Von Sick 
showing off the way they 
decorated their lockers. 



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Lockers 




EXPRESSION 




Angela Stryjewski, 
Todd Shuskey, Dan 
Burke, Tatiana Marteletti, 
Michele Lynn, Chrissy 
Zivnoska, Nikki Toth, Jaime 
Trocheck and Mike Swyt 
all showing off the decora- 
tions that make their lock- 
ers unique. 



Lockers 



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Work!, Work!, Work! Play? Are jobs 
just full of dull, tiresome work or is 
there a small glimmer of enjoyment in them? 
A job gives students a sense of independence 
along with responsibility. One can feel a cer- 
tain satisfaction in selling a large order, help- 
ing a customer or even making a perfect ice 
cream cone. Jobs help to force students to 
manage their time and money better. 
Sometimes having a job doesn't seem to be 
worth the time or effort. It may interfere with 
school work or social activities. Bosses may 
get on peoples nerves or everything you do 
turns out wrong. During these bad days a 
smile from a customer, a friend coming in to 
say "Hi", or just a good song on the radio is 
enough to cheer you up. 
It isn't easy to juggle a high school life and a 
job. For some students it is necessary to plan 
for the future. For others it just means extra 
spending money. Whatever it is, it changes a 
person's outlook of their high school years. 
-Emily Smayda 





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Jobs 



Kelly Dwyer greeting people at her job at Cards and Such. Dearu 
Schiavoni is showing off her goods at the County Seat. Robert Galos 
tries to 'toy' around with his customers at Kay Bee Toy Store. Tim Gannon tries 
to be a good 'sport' about working at Koenig's Sporting Goods. 




Mike Karabinus and Kristen Sarpolis seem to be enjoying mak 
ing yogurt specials at TCB Y's. Dan Grisez, on the other hand 
is doing his 'shaking' at the shake machine in Dairy Queen. Jennifer 
Picozzi showing the latest fashions to potential customer. Julie Di 
Bartolomeo, at Deb. Jessie Jakimowicz is busy pointing out the 
hottest fads at Attivo. Emily Smayda is getting down to the 'bear' 
essentials at Claire's Boutique. 



Jobs 



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interfes 



Tp* he 1992 Valentine season was climaxed 
I for Euclid students with the annual Stu- 
dent Council Winterfest formal dance which 
was held in the E-room on Saturday, February 
1 5 from 7:30 to 1 1 :00 PM. The theme was The 
Royal Ball and all couples were appropriately 
treated like royalty as they were announced by 
Mr. Stephen Alspaugh as they entered and 
presented their tickets. The E-room was magi- 
cally transformed into a medieval casde com- 
plete with Royal Red drapery, a carriage, suits 
of armor, shields and balloons. With only 200 
couples in attendance, the E-room was not at 
full capacity but everyone present seemed to 
have an enjoyable time. ■, 

One very important part of the evening was the 
announcing of the King and Queen and the 
members of the Court. The 1992 Winterfest 
King and Queen were Kenyadus Hollins and 
Kelly Kekic. The first runner-ups were Matt 
Dane and Kim Florian. Second runner-ups 
were Mike Kelnhofer and Carlita Horton. Third 
runner-ups were Larry Nosse and Christina 
Gaeta. The fourth runner-ups were Peter Swyt 
and Michelle Abshire. :> 
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moments at the dance. Sancy Carrera. Michael 
Mc Guinness, Jason Woide and Patty Cox 

seated around a table watting for the music to begin. 

if 
or a visual effect the band re- 
leased a cloud of smoke into the 
room ballroom. Unfortunately, this 
set off the smoke detectors and the 
fire department came to investigate. 
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dents many opportunities to par- 
ticipate in events outside the class- 
room. There are many clubs and orga- 
nizations that the students can belong 
to. It is a shame that more students do 
not take advantage of all the opportu- 
nities that they could. All of the orga- 
nizations would welcome new mem- 
bers with enthusiasm. All a person has 
to do is to want to participate. 





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ohn Wheeler is a member of 
the Media Aides and is seen 
taking pictures during the 
Homecoming Assembly 
that was held in the audito- 
rium. Members of the 
Marching Band and the Flag 
Corps and the Majorettes 
are seen both having fun 
and working during one of 
Euclid's football games. 



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Being a member of the Majorettes takes 
lots of practice and skill. The Cheerlead- 
ers work hard to build up the fan's interest in 
the games. The Marching Band brings enthu- 
siasm and enjoyment to the field as they per- 
form their music and routines. 



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The '91 -'92 Euclid Panther Marching 
Band under the supervision of Mr. 
Stephen Alspaugh and Miss Diane Tiz- 
zano began it's energetic season at Theil 
College in Pennsylvania. There they suf- 
fered through fundamentals and intro- 
duced the freshmen to the heart and soul 
of Marching Band. From there they be- 
gan their best season ever. The band was 
led on the field by Senior field com- 
mander Keith Scheurman and Juniorfield 
commander, Eric Carlson. The band's 
half-time shows contained such songs as 
Black Cat, Poison and Right Here Wait- 
ing for You. Besides performing half- 
time shows every Friday night, they also 
performed at the Wollybear Festival, Bay 
Village Band Festival and a Baldwin- 
Wallace football game. For the second 
year in a row the band traveled out-of- 
state. They visited Atlanta, Georgia and 
many of it's historic sites. 
The 1991-92 band council was made up 
of president, Jennie Ayers, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Michele Lynn, secretary, Tammi 
Vicic, and class representatives Keith 
Scheurman, Monique Hayes, Tony Hren 
and Karen Gezann. This year's council 
worked hard for the band by raising over 
$5,000 in donations and setting up a 24- 
hour March-A-Thon that raised over 
$1,000 dollars for the participants and 
the band. Their hard work helped pay for 
the buses and make the Atlanta trip af- 
fordable for all. 

-Jennie Ayers (President) 
-Keith Scheurman (Senior Field 
Commander) 



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Senior Field Commander, Keith Scheurman and Junior Field Commander 
Eric Carlson directing the action on the field. Band Director, Mr. Stepher 
Alspaugh, giving instructions to the band members. Band member, Marl 
Tomsic, playing a solo during halftime. 




^ ^iarching Band, Row one: Senior Field Commander Keith Scheurman, Steve Caldwell, Casey Kleckner, Jeff Granito, Josh Freeh, 
I W B Watley Turner, Junior Field Commander Eric Carlson. Row two: Monique Hayes, Karen Gezann, Jennie Ayers, Michele Lynn, Patty 
Sheck, Cyndi Ujcich, Laura Dengel, Mandy Siplock, Ben Mooney, Kelly Mover. Row three: Tammi Vicic, Kevin Ketchum, Andy Thompson, 
Mate Marron, Kevin Carlson, Michelle Abshire, Nichole Crawford, Joyce Ashman. Row four: Marty Witczak, Mike Tomsic, Heidi Fuhrman, 
Ellen Mansperger, Marie D' Amico, Mark Taylor, Jason Samsa, Nate Phillips, Michelle Voll, Jenny Wolchko. Row five: Mark Tomsic, Tony 
Hren, John Kobe, Darrell Lausche, Mike Witczak, Mike Waltermire, Josh Boncha, Greg Bauer, Paula Good, Adam Van Ho. 













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The Marching Band performing some of their steps on the 
football field during half-time. Greg Bauer, Mike Tomsic, 
Tony Hren and Keith Scheurman dancing to the music. The 
band and Majorettes beginning their 24-hour March-A-Thon in 
which they were able to raise over $1000. 



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This year's 1991-92 Eu- 
clid Majorette squad 
consisted of eight talented 
young ladies; (Co-Captains) 
Stacey Brown and Denise 
Riedel, Michelle Plevelich, 
Christine Zivnoska, Amy 
Lindic, Mary Kunes, Paula 
Sustarsic and Sonia Janezic. 
Majorette season began dur- 
ing the summer when they 
began practicing with the 
Marching Band. They per- 
formed their routines during 
half-time of the football 
games. Before the season be- 
gan they traveled to Ashland, 
Ohio where they took first 
runner-up in competition at 
Majorette Camp. The sea- 
son was not over after foot- 
ball since six of the girls went 
to Atlanta, Georgia in De- 
cember and the two captains 
went to Florida where they 
performed in the Florida Cit- 
rus Bowl. 

These Golden Girls really 
worked hard which made 
them look awesome on the 
field. The Majorettes were 
under the instruction of Miss 
Debbie Houchins. 
-Denise Riedel 



The Majorettes marching in time in front 
of the band. Sonia Janezic, Michelle 
Plevelich, Mary Kunes, Paula Sustarsic and 
Christine Zivnoska using some of the many 
props that were necessary for their numbers. 
The Majorettes dressed in black leotards when 
they were supposed to be black cats. 



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Flag Corps, Row one: Lesley Hamilton, Melissa Parey, Co-Captains. Row two: Lynn 
Gessler, Patty Mogyorody, Erika Drake, Sharryse Harris, Seleana Cox, Tamara Maines, 
Chyrese Boyd. Row three: Elizabeth Walters, Audrey Gboney, Amy Barber, Katie Patterson, 
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Corps started off 
their season by attend- 
ing the Marching Aux- 
iliaries camp at Ashland 
College. The squad con- 
sisted of fifteen girls and 
was led by co-captains 
Melissa Parey and 
Lesley Hamilton and 
Lieutenant Patty Mogy- 
orody. Not only did they 
perform during the half- 
time at the football 
games, they also partici- 
pated at the Bay Village 
band festival and 
marched in the 
Wollybear Parade in 
Vermillion. They fin- 
ished up their season 
with a trip to Atlanta to 
march in the Ogleston 
Christmas Parade. 
The adviser for the Flag 
Corps was Miss 
Deborah Houchins. This 
was her last year since 
she will be leaving Eu- 
clid to study for her doc- 
torate in administration. 
-Katie Patterson 






Members of the Flag Corps march- 
ing onto the field. It takes a lot of 
practice to keep all the flags synchro- 
nized. Lynn Gessler is concentrating on 
what she is doing so the show will be 
performed together. 



Flag Corps 



BEAUTIFUL MUSIC 



Symphonic Concert Band plays classical works 




Symphonic Concert Band, Row one: Katie Patterson, Rashawn Mc Dougall, Michelle Abshire, Mary Kunes, Mandy Siplock, Kelly Moyer, 
Cindy Ujcich, Jennie Wolchko, Paula Good, Karen Gezann, Michele Lynn. Row two: Nate Marron, Mike Tomsk, Kevin Conklin, Greg 
Bauer, Maira D'Amico, Joyce Ashman, Patty Sheck, Jennie Ayers, Jree Lowe, Brad Snell, Josh Boncha, Nikki Brennan, Mike Waltermire, 
William Preston, Mike Witczak. Row three: Michelle Voll, Nichole Crawford, Kevin Carlson, Heidi Fuhrman, Omar Germany, Adam Van Ho, 
Ellen Mansperger, Elaine Smith, Carlos Gillyard, Jae Amos, John Kobe, Mark Tomsic, Mark Taylor, Anthony Hren, Ben Mooney, Jason Samsa, 
Monique Hayes, Randy Babic. Row four: Eric Carlson, Mark Stauffer, Kevin Ketchum, Marty Witczak, Andy Thompson, Rhoan Wallace, Kirk 
Israel. Row five: Josh Free, Jeff Granito, Laura Dengel, Casey Kleckner, Steve Caldwell. 



Rashawn Mc Dougel, Michelle Abshire, 
Mary Kunes and Mandy Siplock want 
to practice hard so that the concert that they 
will present will be the best that it can be. 






Symphonic Concert Band 





The 199 1-1992 music sea- 
son began strongly with 
the combination of the Sym- 
phonic Band and Concert 
Band to create one large band 
to be called the Symphonic 
Concert Band. This band was 
directed by Mr. Stephen Als- 
paugh and Assistant Director 
Miss. Diane Tizzano. The mu- 
sicians were challenged by 
the classical works of Mozart, 
the Ragtime of Scott Joplin 
and the contemporary sounds 
of Hoist. Many were encour- 
aged to attend and participate 
in the OMEA solo and en- 
semble contest held at Euclid 
High School in February. The 
Symphonic Concert Band had 
two great performances dur- 
ing the year, the first being in 
February and the second in 
May, helping to close a re- 
warding season. 

-Jennie Ayers(President) 



Kevin Carlson, Heidi Fuhrman, 
Greg Bauer and Maria D'Amico 
getting in some practice before the class 
begins. 

Mark Taylor, Jason Samsa, Marty Witc- 
zak, Mike Waltermire, Ben Mooney, 
William Preston and Monique Hayes ar- 
ranging their instruments so they can 
begin practice. 

Jennie Wolchko plays a note while Paula 
Good looks for her place in the music. 



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STRING VIBRATIONS 



Orchestra gets it's sounds from vibrating strings! 



This year's orchestra had an un- 
usual season. It all began with a 
spectacular performance in the Holi- 
day Winter concert and ended with 
a successful performance in the 
Spring concert. Their plans for a 
possible tour in the Spring with the 
Jazz Band were put on hold because 
their director, Mrs. Cheshier, had to 
go on maternity leave half way 
through the school year. It was still 
a successful year for all involved. 
-Jennie Ayers 




Orchestra, Row one: Christine Agaibi. Melanie Reed, Carissa Scott, Beth Blatni, Tejf 
Day. Row two: Olympia Christides, Angie Gudaitis, Randy Babic, Christina Deskin 
Row three: Debbie Bush, Joe Marcelli, Katrina Sharpe. 




Christine Agaibi, Debbie Bush and Randy Babic looking over 
their notes before the practicing begins. 
Christine Agaibi, Beth Blatnik, Tera Day and Randy Babic conversing 
before class begins. 

Angie Gudaitis, Olympia Christides, Melanie Reed, Katrina Sharpe, 
Carissa Scott and Beth Blatnik all seated and ready to begin playing. 



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Orchestra 




VOICES RAISED HIGH 



Choral Masters and Choraliers add voices to the music 




Choraliers, Row one: Naglia Hill, Meg Wolchko, Jody Shields, Sarah Kuhen, Kim 
Schoval, Lisa Iannetta, Karen Abshire, Kari Wallette, Heather Soutar, Adrienne Chinni, 
ewell Hagood. Row two: Mary Carol, Latonia Mc Griff, May Lin, Lakita Cottingham, Karnita 
vlalone, Kim Schoval, Linda Bradley, Kristen Kish, Rasa-Lila Andrews Melanie Foree, Miss 
tfaxine Miles. Row three: Katie Patterson, Carrie Howell, Dreama Gardner, Kim Dominique, 
vlikki Greer, Katie Pikus, Valerie Jeroncic, Jessica Adams, Timika Tisdale. 




The Choraliers and the Choral Masters presenting a concert before the Winter break. Row 
one: Suzanne Eckert, Chris Puglia, Erin Harsch, Maria DAmico, Maggie Maurer, 
Zhrissie Cox, Tonia Ashurst, Karen Kollar, Chris Di Biase, Dante Appling, Tilden Humphery, 
vlark Tome, Chris Ridings, Marnie Salupo, Elaine Smith, Heather Swan. Row two: Isis Clark, 
Damon Callahan, Michele Fogarty, Terese Schneider, Danielle Milinski, Nicole Phillips, 
-evelle Perry, Marcus Allen, Mitchell Hawkins, Isaac Bonner, D'Hiate Mc Cray, James 
Driscoll, Sarah Nehrig, Christine Cesa, Lillian Johnson, Christine Johnson, Markisha Clay, Liz 
Vluzinic. Row three: Takia Moorman, Tiffany Highland, Jane Miller, Karen Phipps, Amy 
-Jeuer, Denice Virant, John Scarniech, Geno Criado, Tom Berzinskas, Mike Riha, Josh Haffey, 
\nne King, Holly Slaybaugh, Patti Mogyorody, Lynette Perry, Jaime Wakkila, Sandy Johnson, 
Rachel Chitwood. Row four: Kimberly Sumpter, Deonna Ivey , Nichole Witter, Silvya Petrovic, 
rabitha Gamble, Cheryl Waller, Michelle Abshire, Joe Ludvick, Brian Lyons, Antoinette 
Cenas, Richard Reed, Pepe Pearson, Roshid Moorman, Mike Kelnhofer, Ron Bryant, Jessie 
lakimowicz, Lisa Primosch, Dezi Pagonis, Sarah Chitwood, Alisa Georgigevdin. 



The Choraliers consisted of un- 
derclassmen that met seventh 
period every day. The group was an 
all female chorus. They participated 
in two concerts throughout the year. 
One of these was the annual Winter 
concert held at the high school where 
they were joined by the Choral Mas- 
ters and the Varsity Chorale. 
The Choral Masters was a much larger 
choral group that was made up of 
both males and females. They put on 
several concert during the year that 
were enjoyed by all. 

-Katie Patterson 




The Choraliers love to perform in front of 
an audience. Here they are 'hamming' it 
up before it was time to begin their practice 
session. 



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THAT JAZZ 



E. 222nd St. Jazz Band plays the sounds of the time 




JAZZ! That quintessentially American 
form of music was once again heard echo- 
ing throughout the cold stone halls of Euclid 
High School in the form of East 222nd Street 
Jazz. Donning his black fedora, Mr. Alspaugh 
led the band into its third year of playing the 
coolest music permitted by school policy. 
This was not the easiest of years for E. 222nd 
St. Jazz: music program budget cuts from 
previous years took their toll by eating into 
the number of experienced musicians. De- 
spite that, the band managed to produce high 
quality music performance after performance. 
Rehearsals were every Tuesday evening with 
an occasional Thursday practice which would 
almost always manage to annoy the custodial 
staff at the school. This year's highlights in- 
cluded a lightning tour of the elementary 
schools, performances on 1100 WWWE, 
106.5 Lite Rock, and an exciting journey 
down south to Florida in the Spring. 
-Kirk Israel 




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Patty Sheck, Elaine Smith, Heidi Fuhrman. Row two: Eric Carlson, Jason Samsa, Ste\ 
Workman. Row three: Mike Waltermire, Ellen Mansperger, Mike Witczak, Josh Freeh. Ro 
four: Greg Bauer, Ben Mooney. Row five: Mark Taylor, Tony Hren, Mark Tomsic, Mil 
Tomsic, Kirk Israel. 



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Varsity Chorale was a select group of 
sophomores, juniors and seniors 
that were chosen by an open audition. 

Only the most talented of the candidates 
were selected. This year the group was 
under the direction of Miss. Maxine J. 
Miles. She brought changes, traditions 
and eclecticity to the group. Varsity Cho- 
rale performed throughout Northeastern 
Ohio for various organizations as well as 
performing at the annual Winter Concert. 
The group excelled this past year and a 
bright future should be in store for them. 
-Mike Karabinus 



Varsity Chorale, Row one: Jennifer Dineen, Mike Karabinus, Debbie Long, Dan Burke, 
Darlene Baird. Row two: Hope Robinson, Todd Shuskey, Kim Warik, Emily Smayda, 
Mike Kelnhofer, Eric Dysart. Row three: Jo Anne Zakrajsek, Maggie Dane, Tory Doles, Sandi 
Carrera, Holly Struna, Melissa Wilson, Michelle Reed, Ann Ruggeri. Row four: Chuck 
Maxwell, Deonna Ivey, Bob Schmeling, Kelly Bartel, Larry Nosse, Chris Norton, Wendy 
Myles. Lesley Hamilton, Ben Carroll. 





Tne of the events that the Varsity Chorale participated in was the 
Student Council Halloween Party for the children of Euclid. 
They also sang the Alma Mater and the National Anthem before each 
football game. 



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What does an old teacher breaking 
dishes, a screaming kid, a classic 
curmudgeon, a snobby business man, a 
gumptionless architect, a mood swinging girl 
friend with a passion for cleaning and an 
extremely obnoxious geek all have in com- 
mon? The Nerd! 

The Fall Play of 1991 was The Nerd. It was 
a story of a young architect, William (Todd 
Shuskey) who didn't have the gumption to go 
to Washington to follow his girlfriend, Tansy 
(Emily Smayda) and marry her. So Alexis 
(Wendy Wang), a classic curmudgeon, de- 
cided to intervene. Meanwhile Warnook 
Waldgrave-Ticky (Eric Dysart) has a hotel 
under development. Waldgrave brings his 
wife Clecia (Jackie Chambers), who is a little 
bit crazy, and his son Thor (Sarah Nehrig), 
who whines and screams, to William's home. 
And out of the blue Rick Steadman (Debra 
Long) shows up. Rick aggravates everyone to 
such an extreme that they will do anything to 
get rid of him. Turn into a pig? Yes, anything: 
The end had an interesting twist revealing 
who the true nerd was. 
Miss Sandi Bambic directed the play which 
was very humorous and original and was a 
truly enjoyable experience for both the actors 
and the audience. 

-Emily Smayda 

Wendy Wang, Emily Smayda, Eric 
Dysart, Jackie Chambers and 
Debra Long playing 'shoes and socks' 
during one of the many humorous stunts 
that occurred in the play. 
Wendy Wang asking Todd Shuskey what 
his favorite swim stroke is. 
Sarah Nehrig telling Eric Dysart and 
Jackie Chambers that he 'hates it here'. 




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ebra Long meeting the rest of the family for the first time and Eric Dysart, Todd Shuskey, 
Chambers and Emily Smayda realize that Debra is not quite all there. 



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Fall Play 





Chris Di Biase, Sarah Nehrig, 
Wendy Wang, Kathy Copic, 
Maria D'Amico and Carrie Howell re- 
joicing after the missing reindeer were 
returned in the Holiday Play presented 
on December 13 and 14. It was called 
Kringle-Krangle and the Runaway 
Reindeer and gave the actors a chance 
to interact with the young children in 
the audience. 



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volunteers from the audience participate in some fun activities. 



KRINGLE-KRANGLE AND THE RUNAWAY REINDEER 

Jingle, a jumping jack Chris Di Biase 

Jangle, the dancing doll Sarah Nehrig 

Twinky Toddletot, a toyshop worker Trisha Galloway 

Candy Toddletot, a toyshop worker Lisa Iannetta 

Kringle-Krangle, North Pole Supervisor .Wendy Wang 

Pitter, a reindeer keeper ..Kathy Copic 

Patter, a reindeer keeper April Luikart 

Belinda, a babysitter Carrie Howell 

Harriet Hinson, a little girl Maria D'Amico 

Thelma Thinson, her friend : Sarah Ruhen 

Tooter, a train elf ...John Scarniench 

Holly, a book elf , Alicia Salvatore 

Jolly,agameshopelf , Martha Urh 

Crabby Grabby Grumbleskin Tiffany Highland 

Crumbly Grumbleskin ; LizMuzinic 

Grumbly Grumbleskin JennaBrzeczkowski 

Sulky Grumbleskin KrisSergo 

Pete the Pine Lisa Iannetta 

Director Judith L.Carmody 

Lights JohnBechtel 

Technical Efects Stewart Duboze 




Trisha Galloway, Kathy Copic, John 
Scarniech, April Luikart, Martha Urh, 
Sarah Nehrig and Chris Di Biase worrying 
about what they are going to do if the missing 
reindeer are not found in time to pull Santa's 
sleigh. 




Play Director, Judith Carmody, talking to 
the audience before the performance. 
April Luikart and Martha Urh listening to the 
Grumbleskins, Tiffany Highland, Liz Muzinic, 
Jenna Brzeczkowski and Kris Sergo. 



Holiday Play \ 35 



GOOD MORNING EUCLID PANTHERS.. 

Morning announcers become more like newscasters 



This year's morning announcers 
made a transition from talking 
behind a microphone to sitting in front 
of a camera. The morning announce- 
ments were presented on the Whittle 
communications televisions that were 
located throughout the school. 
Like newscasters, our creative announc- 
ers read the information the students 
needed to know. Included in this infor- 
mation were senior birthdays, dates for 
which activities met, important school 
information and sports highlights. Also, 
with the announcements now broad- 
casted on television, different activities 
had to opportunity to present skits in 
order to publicize their event. 
-JeffKaleal 




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orning Announcers Homeroom, Row one: Jennifer Melnyk, Deliska Mc Ghee 
Denise Riedel, Ann Ruggeri, Kelly Hodder, Nichole Crawford. Row two: Steve Sirk 
Eric Wandersleben, Mike Mc Dougall, Bridget Burich, Mike Karabinus. 




Ann Ruggeri, Jennifer Melnyk, Steve Sirk and Eric Wandersleben getting ready for the 
morning announcements by reading over their scripts. Sam Di Bartolomeo was one of 
the technicians who got the show to all the homerooms. 



36 / Morning Announcers 




rder in the library! That 
was the library aides' job. 
Shelving the books numeri- 
cally and alphabetically, they 
kept the library in order. The 
library aides did all of that 
during their study halls, lunch 
periods and after school 
-Jenny Wolchko 




ibrary aides: Ellen Mansperger, 
Jennie Wolchko and Quanita Gage. 




Ellen Mansperger, Jennie Wolchko and 
Quanita Gage keeping the library in 
order. Library staff members, Carol Meyers 
and Merry Dolter reviewing new materials 
while Chad Dulla, Dan Grisez, Amora Fran- 
cis and Tom Cutwright enjoy the benefits of 
the library. 



Library Aides 



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HEALTH HELP 



Clinic aides help keep the school healthy 



The clinic aides of Euclid High School 
did not receive much recognition for 
their time but, nevertheless, they had one of 
the most helpful and important jobs in the 
school. Most of the aids spent their free study 
halls or lunch periods in the clinic comfort- 
ing ill students. They sometimes got food for 
them, got blankets for them, went to their 
lockers to get their books, took them out of 
school in the wheelchairs, or simply were 
there for moral support. They sometimes did 
other jobs around the clinic like gave eye 
tests to students or decorated the bulletin 
boards. They occasionally worked in the 
office giving out passes or sorting mail. They 
were ready to help in any way they were 
needed. 

-Irene Dejak 

Clinic Aides, Row one: Karen Phipps, 
Courtney Telich, Carmen Strickland, 
Nathan Siplock. Row two: Michelle Voll, 
Jeremy Wojdak, Noreka Lewis, Kathy Mus- 
carella. 





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Noreen Nugent gets ready to get some cotton for the health aides. 




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son and Francis Rivera helping out in the offices while Jackie Hamilton is occupied 
helping secretary, Joyce Sadowsky. 



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ffice Aides, also known as student secretar- 
ies, or "runners" were an important, some- 
times unrecognized, and usually unrewarded part 
of the workings of Euclid High School. Among the 
vital functions they performed were, of course, 
running for the counselors and principals, typing, 
and answering the phones. They were also respon- 
sible for stuffing envelopes, working the copy 
machines and decorating the offices for the holi- 
days. 

Being an office aide was a very rewarding experi- 
ence for a student. It was not only an activity, but 
a chance to meet new people in the school. Also, it 
was a unique opportunity to get to know the secre- 
taries, counselors, and administrators that one would 
not otherwise have. 

-Kristen Gajowski 

Ofice aides, Row one: Michelle Voll, 
Alice Ferenac, Maria Spada, Debbie 
Long, Kelly Hodder. Row two: April Lu- 
ikart, Came White, Debra Risko, Amy Ayer, 
Cara Parise, Nikki Dickerson, Iesha Smith, 
Francine Rivera. Row three: Corri Turkall, 
Diana Butkus, Annette Hollis, Becky Sakatch, 
Amy Von Sick, Amy Wilson, Candi Lukat. 




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elissa Rychlik working hard to get 
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GET THE NEWS 

The Survey has all the news that's fit to print 



Survey! Survey! Get your free Survey? 
A brand new production process along 
with an abundance of advertisements enabled 
the Survey staff to provide free newspapers to 
every student. 

Two staffs made up a solid Survey team. A 
new Journalism course dominated the writing 
staff, and the Macintosh computer opened up 
the world of Desk Top Publishing. Instead of 
typing out each story and then sending it to a 
printer to be set and then having to cut and 
paste it together into a layout that was then 
sent back to the printer, the stories were en- 
tered into the computer and the pages laid out 
with the computer and printed out ready to be 
printed. Miss Amato was in charge of the 
writing staff while Mr. Wherley was in charge 
of the page layouts. 

-Emily Smayda 




Survey, Row one: Jason Phillis, Candi Lukat, Kelly Hodder, Maria Spada, Mike Beck 
Row two: Maria D'Amico, Maria Raguz, Dan Grisez, Bill Aube, Joyce Ashman, Emil) 
Smayda. Row three: Jeremy Lange, Todd Gelazis, Mike Cating, Rob Galosi, Eric Wandersle| 
ben, Sam Di Bartolomeo, Mike Kelnhofer. 




Dan Grisez, Mike Kelnhofer, Todd Gelazis, Maria Spada and 
Mike Cating are members of the Survey production staff in 
charge of getting the stories onto the pages. Here they are listening to 
Mr. Wherley give them suggestions on how to accomplish that. 
Students in Miss. Amato's Journalism class learn the basics of writing 
for a newspaper and compose most of the stories that go into the 
Survey. 



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Survey 







FOREIGN VISITORS 



AFS gives students a chance to see other lands 



AFS! The smell of a freshly made 
Expresso in an Italian Cafe. ..The stun- 
ning beauty of a sunrise over Brazil. ..The 
throbbing metropolitan pulse of a night in 
Tokyo... 

All of these adventures and more are open to 
members of AFS( American Field Service) 
intercultural programs. Although no one from 
Euclid studied abroad through AFS this past 
year, many multi cultural events throughout 
the year helped students experience the world 
and learn about other cultures. Deftly orga- 
nized by Mrs. Ramlow and Miss Addis. AFS 
students got the chance to better understand 
people both near and far. The year, the EHS 
AFS welcomed a delegation from 
Wallingford, Connecticut and also visited 
them in Connecticut for a week. 
Students this year also got the chance to learn 
about Portugal from Marcos de Andrade, a 
foreign exchange student who stayed the en- 
tire year with the Israel host family. Marcos' 
stay was beneficial to all parties involved 
since they got a chance to learn about Portugal 
and he got a chance to experience America. 
-Kirk Israel 




AFS, Row one: Amanda Hartman, Danielle Milinski, Nicole Phillips, Debbie Podmore, 
Helena Oroz, Dave Duck. Row two: Cathi Hillier, Stacie Johnson, Carrie Collins, Gwen 
Zherne, Becky Shrader, Kelly Moyer, Amy Hendrickson. Row three: Bonnie Struna, Maggie 
Dane, Allison Repko, Carrie White, Erneliza Brown, Sherita Bowling. Row four: Tracy 
3oyarsky, Annette Hollis, Sharon Bowling, Tiffany Highland. Row five: Lillian Mazzei, 
ViariannaZdrilic,JenniferGrisard,Darshi Shah. Row six: Marcos Andrade, ToshaEUiott, Kirk 
Israel, Kim Bishop, Ellen Mansperger, Rafael Boo. 





Beth Geddes, Annette Hollis, Helena Oroz, Nicole Phillips, Sandy 
Carrera, Amy Hendrickson, Mike Dacar, Amanda Hartman and 
Danielle Milinski helping the AFS raise money by having a Pizza sale after 
school. 



Foreign exchange student from Portugal, Marcos Andrade. 
pointing out his home country to AFS advisers, Jane Addis and 
Barbara Ramlow. His host family is Kirk Israel and his mother. 



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IF YOU NEED HEL 



Peer Tutors give students the help they need 



Peer Tutors were a special group of students who volunteered their time and energy to help their peers in their 
studies. Not only did the tutees learn from this experience but the tutors did also. The tutors understood the 
material more from this process and, therefore, learned a little more about themselves. 

The Peer Tutor adviser was Miss Barbara Spiga who matched students with scholastic needs with tutors. Tutors 
and tutees met during study halls, lunch periods or after school. It was an opportunity for both persons to expand 
their understanding and achievement. 
-Emily Smayda 




Peer Tutors, Row one: Alice Ferenac, Maria D'Amico, Holly Struna, Kristen Gajowski, Chris Carlton, Marnie Salupo, Wary Wein, 
Stephanie Christopher, Emily Smayda. Row two: Lynn Gessler, Sylvia Orsulic. Ellen Mansperger, Melissa Nagode, Leann Uchbar, Carrie 
White, Cara Parise, Jackie Chambers, Candi Lukat. Row three: Kelly Bartel, Jennie Wolchko, Jeff Kaleal, Ed Galosi, Mike Cating, Greg Bauer. 
Mike Beck. 



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each other. 




Peer Tutors 




BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE 

D.E.C.A. helps students learn about business 




D.E.C.A., Row one: Dawn Crosby, Holly Scott, Christin Fogarty, Katie Schoen, Kim 
Ritz, Kristen Loveless, Janelle Groves. Row two: Damon Allen, Chantelle Medves, 
Kelly Dwyer, Heather Graffius, Danielle Coulter. Row three: Jim Puglia. Juan Williams, John 
Arlesic, Rich Reed, Joe Mc Arther, Benjie Boyd, Deana Schiavoni, Jenny Zele, Jackie Zele, 
Chris Subel, Mr. Presot. Not pictured: Tony Keffer, Janet Huddleston, Steve Sirk, Jumal 
Trice, Sue Lishing, Jennifer Masek. 




D.E.C.A. (Distributive Education Clubs 
of America) was the student run club 
that coincided with Euclid's Marketing Edu- 
cation class. Euclid's program was designed 
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 fi- 
nance, marketing research and many other 
business related activities. Seniors 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 establishments 
within the Euclid area in a variety of retail, 
wholesale, or service capacities. In D.E.C.A., 
students competed against other high school 
students on the local, state and national level 
in areas related to their career interest. Mr. 
Presot was in charge of the organization. 




Kelly Dwyer, Steve Sirk and John Arlesic 
getting practice setting up the marketing 
display in the showcase across from the Library. 
Sometimes the class would take field trips to col- 
leges and other schools to compete. Here are Holly 
Scott and Kelly Dwyer on the bus going to Lake- 
land Community College for a compe- 
tition. 



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LEARNING ABOUT WORLD GOVERNMENT 



Model UN helps students learn about 
intercountry relations 



Model United Nations opened an inter- 
national outlook to Euclid High 
School. Members participated in delegate ses- 
sions at Cleveland Council throughout the 
year. Mock debates were held during meet- 
ings. 

The goal of the Mode! United Nations was to 
show to students how different countries in- 
fluence each other. By showing students' dif- 
ferences ethnically, Model UN hoped to re- 
veal a way to unite all of them. 
Led by President Marija Raguz, Vice-Presi- 
dent Amy Garbincus, Secretary Bill Aube. 
and Treasurer Julie Pekol, Model United Na- 
tions was successful in their endeavor. 
-Emily Smayda 



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ot only was Amy Garbincus the Vice- 
President of Model UN, she was also a 
candidate for Homecoming Queen. 
At the Model UN meetings the members 
discuss the relations that would occur be- 
tween different countries. 




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odel UN, Row one: Mike Kelnhofer, Emily Smayda, Helena Oroz, Margana Dane, 
Kathy Hillier, Allison Repko. Row two: Jeremy Lange, Samantha Spencer, Marija 
Raguz, Bill Aube. Row three: Chris, Julie Pekol, Amy Garbincus, Anne Pekol, Max Gast. Row 
four: Tessa Cunningham, Mark Peters, Marty Mc Grath. Row five: Bob Kramer, Mike Kim, 
Donald Lowery, Joe Gojevic. 




KEEPING IT 

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SADD, Row one: Emily Smayda, Michael Kelnhofer. Row two: Deonna Ivey, Sarah Nehrig, Margana Dane, ^" 
Darshi Shah, Helena Oroz, Rebecca Sakatch, Debra Podmore, Amy Heuer. Row three: Kenyadus Hollins, v^2 
Lisa Moster, Steve Sirk, Eric Wandersleben, Jennifer Melnyk. Not pictured: Alana Haynes. (/) 




Students Against Driving Drunk was a 
group of students that tried to make the 
rest of the students aware of the dangers of 
driving under the influence of drugs. SADD 
tripled its membership from the previous 
year as more and more students are becom- 
ing aware of the serious implications of driv- 
ing drunk. Homecoming and Winterfest 
mementoes were given to students for safe 
weekends along with Red Ribbon wreaths 
and party hats for the holidays. SADD's 
officers included: President Emily Smayda, 
Vice President Michael Kelnhofer, Treasurer 
Jennifer Melnyk and Secretary Lisa Moster. 
Ms. Paskert was the adviser for the group. 
-Emily Smayda 

Adviser, Ms. Paskert and Mike Kelnhofer 
getting ready for a meeting, Jennifer Mel- 
nyk and Eric Wandersleben listening to 
what is going on, Margana Dane and Helena Oroz 
and Sarah Nehrig, Kenyadas Hollins and Darshi 
Shah making posters to be hung 
around the school. 



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Chess Club helps students plan ahead 



The Chess Club was a group of students 
who shared the same interest of playing 
chess. They met after school and practiced 
together so they could prepare to play against 
other schools. The club was open to anyone 
who was interested in learning to play or 
already knew how to play this strategic and 
complex game. Again Mr. Thaddeus Thaxton 
supervised and played along with them. 
-Jeff Kaleal 





d Sdemak pondering his next move. 



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hess Club, Row one: Ed Sedmak, Rick Wheeler, Adviser Thaddeus Thaxton. Rov 
two: Stephen Snitzky, Kevin Troy. 




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dviser, Thaddeus Thaxton, helps Rick Wheeler work out a strategy for the game. Stephen Snitzky playsi 
with Ed Sedmak while Kevin Troy looks on with advice. 



H I STO R Y 



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Emily Smayda, Bill Aube. Row two: Mike Kim, Jeff Kaleal, Ed Galosi, Rob Galosi, 
Mike Karabinus, Kristen Sarpolis. 



As one pages through the yearbook, one 
is looking at the history of the school 
for that year. One sees styles, people and 
events that occurred during that period of 
time. This year, due to the many improve- 
ments because of the bond levy, the school 
took on a 'New Look'. The Euclidian staff 
attempted to capture these changes within the 
pages of this book. 

The production of the yearbook was an evolu- 
tionary process in which computers were used 
more and more. Up to this year, copy was 
entered into the computer but the layouts were 
hand-written. With the advent of Desk Top 
Publishing, layouts and copy were accom- 
plished directly on a Macintosh computer. 
Because of this what appeared on the monitor 
would be identical with what would appear in 
the yearbook. This means that there was more 
versatility when working on the yearbook. 
-Jeff Kaleal and Emily Smayda 




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and fifteen. Ed Galosi entering data into the computer. 



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LITERARY 

Eucuyo allows students to display their literary talents 



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^h, I know this isn't good enough." 
"Where did you find that, that's from 
my diary." "Are you kidding, my art teacher 
hated it." Authors, poets and artists don't 
critique yourself, let Eucuyo do it for you. 
Eucuyo was the literary magazine that show- 
cased students' works exposing their true 
talents. Ms. Carmody and Mrs. Lidrbauch 
were the advisers for Eucuyo and they and 
the Eucuyo staff would decide which of the 
works submitted by the students would be 
eligible to go into the magazine that was 
published at the end of the school year. 
-Emily Smayda 




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ucuyo, Row one: Maria Raguz, Chris Carlton, Emily Smayda, Dan Grisez, Kristei 
Sarpolis. Row two: Jennifer Melnyk, Jeremy Lange, Mike Karabinus, Mike Kim, Bil 
Aube. 




Mike Karabinus, Lauren Sarpolis and 
Kristen Sarpolis are helping to decide 
what kind of works should go into the Eucuyo. 
Jennifer Berry and Jeremy Lange are looking 
over some of the many stories that were sub- 
mitted by the students. Adviser, Ms. Carmody, 
is holding up a previous issue of the Eucuyo so 
Bill Aube can get an idea of what the cover 
looked like. David Kale is waiting for an 
article that he can read. 



Eucuyo 





SAVE THE EARTH 

S.A.V.E. wants to help preserve life on our planet 




S. A. V.E. (Students Against Violating 
Earth) was founded last year in an at- 
tempt to make other people realize that the 
earth is an important place to all living crea- 
tures and that if we don't take care, it will no 
longer be an enjoyable place to live. The 
members tried to get across the importance of 
recycling to the students by having containers 
to collect aluminum cans spread throughout 
the building. They did several projects, like 
decorating a showcase to depict the impor- 
tance of rain forests, throughout the year. 
The group headed by co-presidents, Robin 
Barwidi , Dawn Medved and Ginger Pomiecko 
and was advised by Mr. Frank Jablonski. 



S.A.V.E., Row one: Cindy Ciulla, Kelly Focareto, Jan Gallagher, Courtney Telich. Row 
two: Leah Walczak, Tara Day, Jessica Hopkins, Sharon Bowling, Dawn Medved, 
Adviser, Mr. Jablonski, Jeremy Lange. Row three: Jennifer Grisard, Jennifer Melnyk, Liz 
Slogar, Dina Mc Closkey, Kim Bischof, Robin Barwidi, Ginger Pomiecko, Ed Boyle. 





Members of the group listening to presi- 
dent, Robin Barwidi. Ginger 
Pomiecko decorating the showcase by the 
library to look like a rain forest. 



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Media aides make it all happen 



The Media Aides headed by Mr. Allen Black were an asset to 
Euclid High School. Without their superior knowledge of the 
audio and visual equipment and their dedication, most of Euclid's 
shows wouldn't be produced as flawlessly as they were. 
The Media Aides were in charge of taking care of all the projectors, 
video tape machines and overhead projectors used in the class- 
rooms. They also ran the cameras for the morning announcements 
and special assemblies. So the next time you hear 
"Lights. ..Camera.. .Action!" remember all the hard work and dedi- 
cation that was put in by the AV staff. 
-Alice Ferenac 





Media Aides, Row one: Donovan Smith. Row two: Sam Di 
Bartolomeo, Tom Fording, Bob Drotleff. Row three: 
Tony Hren, Mike Tomsic, Steve Vaslavsky. Row four: John 
Bechtel, Tom Gugliotta, John Wheeler. Row five: Jim Dorazio, 
Matt Boos, Kevin Sterrick. Row six: Ron Dodge, Bill Cvelbar. 
Not pictured: Dave Cupar, Paul Lech, Erick Swanson, Mark 
Tomsic. 



Bill Cvelbar watching the monitors dur- 
ing a performance in the auditorium to 
make sure that the signal is being sent to all the 
rooms. Cameramen, John Wheeler and Tom 
Fording recording the events occurring on the 
stage. 




Media Aides 




SERVICE 

<ey Club helps the school and the community 




\^ ey Club, Row one: Darrell Lausche, Seona Latine, Keith Scheurman, Nick Seifried. 
|^^ Row two: Mike Witczak, Melissa Parey, Maria D'Amico Kelly Lauria, Patty Sheck, 
5 aula Good. Row three: Kevin Carlson, Steve Caldwell, Katie Patterson, Krissie Lawrence, 
'enny Wolchko, Dina Butkus. 



The Euclid High School Key Club was 
very active during the year. It almost 
doubled its' size from the previous year. They 
were also lucky enough to have Seona Latine 
as a member who became the Governor of the 
Ohio District. They also had Darrell Lausche 
who was Lt. Governor of divisions 15 and 23. 
The officers this year were: Keith Scheur- 
man, President, Paule Good, First Vice Presi- 
dent, Mike Witczak, Second Vice President, 
Christy Lawrence. Secretary and Maria 
D'Amico, Secretary-Treasurer. 
During the year there were many activities 
going on. The club ran a Kiwanis meeting 
where the Superintendent of Schools, Mr. 
Kurt Stanic, spoke. Throughout the year the 
club helped such organizations as the Rose- 
mary Home, Coats for Kids, Special Olym- 
pics swimming and bowling and several other 
needy groups. It was an active and successful 
year. 

-Keith Scheurman 





The Key Club Board members, Paula Good, Seona Latine, Keith 
Scheurman, Maria D'Amico, Christy Lawrence, Mike Witczak and 
Darrell Lausche. Mike Witczak, Maria D'Amico and Keith Scheurman 
getting ready to call the meeting to order. Steve Caldwell, Jennifer 
Hayes, Katie Patterson, Melissa Parey, Jenny Wolchko, Darrell Lausche, 
Laura Dengel, Patti Sheck and Kelly Moyer learning about 
what will be happening at the meeting. 

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Student Council directs many school activities 



Once again, this group of dedicated stu- 
dents volunteered their time for the 
sake of others. Although the turnout was less 
than previous years. Executive Board, along 
with adviser Ms. Sandi Bambic led the coun- 
cil to many considerable achievements. 
To start things off. Student Council planned 
and decorated for the Homecoming Dance 
and festivities. Soon afterwards, they threw a 
Halloween Party for Euclid's youngsters. 
During the second part of the year, Student 
Council was also responsible for Winterfest 
and the annual Senior Citizen Prom. But 
dances aren't the only thing Student Council 
does. Remember Sweetest Day, the blood 
drive, Elf day, holiday canes and kisses, the 
model train show, krushes and all those other 
little things? Those were all Student Council's 
doing. 

So next time you go to that dance or buy that 
Sweetest Day flower, think of the hard work 
Student Council put into it because they defi- 
nitely deserve a giant pound of applause 
-Ed Galosi 

Kelly Focareto, Melanie Shippitka, Katie 
Ells, Chris Carlton and Debbie Long 
decorating the cafeteria before Winter vaca- 
tion. 

Corri Turkall and Debbie Long donating to 
the penny war table manned by Katie Ells and 
Todd Shuskey. 




Student Council, Row one: Chris Carlton, Debbie Long, Karrie Waltermire, Carlital 
Horton, Tory Doles, Maggie Dane, Cathy Hiller, Allison Repko. Row two: Lydiaj 
Mikulcic, Holly Struna, Liz Slogar, Kathy Muscarella, Shannon Marek, Karnita MaloneJ 
Melissa Geiger, Ilese O'Keefe, Amy Hendrickson, Amy Von Sick, Kim Warik. Row three:] 
Rachel Hayes, Tina Medved, Jeremy Wojdak, Dan Carlton, Melanie Shippitka, Kelly Focareto. 
Cindi Ciulla, Darshi Shah, Keisha Jones, Pam Grisard, Amy Barber. Row four: Jennifer 
Grisard, Christy Salisbury, Carrie Howell, April Luikart, Deliska Mc Ghee, Wendy Wang. 
Kelly Marunowski, Mike Karabinus, Dan Burke, Selena Cox, Emily Smayda, Ed Galosi, 
Wendy Harris, Bill Aube, Rob Galosi. Row five: Debbie Podmore, Ben Carroll, Eric Dysart, 
Lynn Gessler, Paul Kostansek. Row six: Dionne Sims, Holly Scott, Katie Ells, Chantelle 
Medves, Todd Shuskey, Mike Beck, Matt Dane, Marnie Salupo, Helena Oroz, Hope Robinson,' 
Lisa Gavin, Stacie Evans. 




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NHS, Row one: Wendy Wang, Jennifer Ayers, Joy Lewin, Candi Lukat, Michele Lynn, 
Kelly Hodder. Row two: Emily Smayda, Christine Carlton, Marnie Salupo, Amy Ayer, 
Holly Struna, Alana Haynes, Jason Phillis. Row three: Lynn Gessler, Kristen Sarpolis, Darshi 
Shah, Ann Ruggeri, Jennifer Melnyk, Jennifer Hiser, Darrel Lausche. Row four: Michael 
Karabinus, Conine Turkall, Karin Radachy, Jeff Kaleal, Dave Grice, Mark Tomsic. 



National Honor Society was composed 
of Euclid's brightest stars and finest 
students. Each exhibited fire and determina- 
tion towards their goals as a group and as an 
individual. Leadership, Scholarship, Charac- 
ter and Service were the qualities that must be 
exhibited by all NHS members. 
National Honor Society President was Emily 
Smayda, Vice President was David Cupar, 
Secretary was Lynn Gessler and Historian 
was Bill Aube. These students led the society 
in successful community and school services. 
National Honor Society sponsored ice cream 
socials for honor roll students, were guides at 
parent-teacher conferences and helped activi- 
ties increase membership. 
Students were selected in May and were for- 
mally inducted in an evening ceremony that 
involved parents and friends. 
-Emily Smayda 





NHS members getting ready for one of their meetings. Anne Ruggeri, 
Marnie Salupo, Emily Smayda and Michael Karabinus dishing out 
ice cream at the ice cream social that NHS sponsored for students that got 
on the Honor Roll during the first semester. 



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I [ comes. All come a knocking in the halls of horror-Euclid High 

School? WfflB 

Halloween brought the strange, unique and humorous out in the open 
for aD to see. A dancing flower pot, sneaky cupid, spooky medusa, 
beautiful princess and saloon girl helped to reveal the true spirit of the 
Eve-of-all-Hallows. 

Student Council organized the costumejudging and later continued the 
Halloween festivities by hosting the Children's Community Party. 
Varsity Chorale performed there along with a magician. The Commu- 
nity Party brought many smiling ghosts and goblins, 
-Emily Smayda 




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ulie Di Bartolomco trying to attract fellow Martians. Farmer, Wendy Wang, caught Lynn Gessler 'clowning around' with Pumpkin. Shannon 

Marek. John Cimperman. Denise Riedel, Jozefina Mance, Jennifer Dineen, Katie Patterson and Chris Carlton showing their spirit during 

class. The Three Amigos, Chyrese Boyd, Erika Brake and Selenea Cox having fun. Jennie Ayers, Emily Smayda, Mr. Von Benkenj 

Tracy Marmcek and Kirk Israel during homeroom. Charlie Brown (Joe Salopek), Waldo (Chris Atlas), 'backwards Ernest' (Becky 

Thompson) and 'Miss' Sparkey Birkett are ready for trick or treating. 

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Meg Gorman and Heather Graffius dressed as part of the group, KISS, while Marnie Salupo scared people into stone as Medusa. 
Rich Reed portrayed the pain of a Mentor player after encountering the Euclid football machine. Pamela Grisard and Darshi 
Shah as bumblebee and Indian maiden. Wild and wacky, Deb Risko, as Frosty the Snowman, tries to sweep up Tracy 
Marincek's 'drinking problem'. Queen, Deliska Mc Ghee, watches over her young friend, Wendy Harris. Another KISS star, Bob 
Lemieux, tries to put the moves on innocent, Little Red Riding Hood, Ellen Mansperger. 

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Wai Napolo looks at doing it together 



Wai Napolo was Euclid's synchronized 
swim club. It's purpose was to design 
and perform a show in the Spring. This year's 
theme was Colors. The girls found songs 
involving colors and designed the show ac- 
cordingly. 

This year's club was stronger than ever with 
the addition of many new members. The girls 
all practiced hard after school during the Fall 
and Winter to pull off a spectacular show in 
the Spring. 

The officers this year were: President Michele 
Lynn, Vice-President Jennie Ayers, Secre- 
tary Melissa Nagode, Treasurer Jenny 
Wolchko and Historian Lauren Scheurman. 
-Jennie Ayers( Vice-President) 




Wai Napolo, Row one: Kristen Kish, Colleen Lanzaretta, Michele Lynn, Jennie Ayers, 
Tammi Vicic, Paula Good, Meg Wolchko. Row two: Lauren Scheurman, Jennifer 
Dell, Shannon, Joyce Ashman, Melissa Parey, Adrienne Chinni, Maria D'Amico. Row three: 
Ellen Mansperger, Jessica Adam's, Karen Gezann, Jenny Wolchko, Amy Baber, Melissa 
Nagode, Beth Walters. 




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Wai Napolo 



Melissa Nagode, Jenny Wolchko, Michele Lynn Jennie Ayers, Melissa Parey, Amy 
Baber, Joyce Ashman, Ellen Mansperger, Jennie Wolchko and Marie D'Amico 
practicing on land before they go into the water. 



Close-Up gets to see how government functions 




The Close-Up program was sponsored 
by Mr. Wayne Smith. The Close-Up 
group visited Washington D.C. for one week 
to study the United States government. To 
raise money for their trip, students sold candy 
bars and held a walkathon. The trip involved 
visiting historical sites and getting a chance to 
talk to the influential people of the govern- 
ment. The best part of the experience was the 
new friendships that were made along the way. 
-Ann King 



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lose-Up members, Cecilia Miller, Adam Van Ho, Erin Smith, Ann King, Becky Thomp- 
son and Lisa Steele discussing the details of fund-raising with Mr. Wayne Smith. 





Erin Smith, Cecilia Miller, Lisa Steele, Julianne Hejduk, Ann 
King, Becky Thompson and Amanda Luke discussing the oppor- 
tunities that they will have when they go to Washington. 
Julianne Hejduk, Lisa Steele, Erin Smith and Cecilia Miller listening 
to Mr. Smith tell them about previous trips and experiences. 



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ACADEMIC COMPETITION 

Academic Challenge pits Euclid against other schools 



Cameras generating tension so thick it 
was almost tangible... Lights burning, 
dancing displays of lights on retinas... an Au- 
dience that clapped on cue... 
This was an exciting and victorious year for 
Euclid High's Academic Challenge team. Af- 
ter a strenuous selection process and months of 
preparation, the team, composed of Bill Aube, 
Mike Cating, Tadas Gelazis, and alternates 
Dave Cupar, Dawn Howard and Kirk Israel 
were ready for competition. Mr. Adam 
Pawlowski was the adviser for the Academic 
Challenge team. 

On a show broadcast, by one of those odd but 
meaningless twists of fate that life is so full of. 
on Leap Day 1992 (February 29), Euclid won 
a victory on the very last question after taking 
an early commanding lead. If anyone asks, the 
Painted Desert is in Wyoming, and four pi 
equals 720 degrees. 

-Kirk Israel and Jeff Kaleal 



SCIENCE 
OLYMPIAD 

The Science Olympiad was an event that 
several Euclid students participated in at 
Case Western Reserve University in Febru- 
ary. There were many events and the idea was 
to design and build an apparatus that would 
accomplish something. Some of the more 
popular events were "Bridge Building, Scram- 
bler, Get your bearings, Science Bowl and 
Circuit Lab." Mr. Wherley and Mrs. Torelli 
were the advisers for the activity. 



Mike Cating, Jae Amos, Greg Bauer, 
and Ed Galosi choosing events that 
they wish to participate in at the Science Olym- 
piad while Adviser, Mrs. Chris Torelli, watches. 




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r. Pawlowski asking questions of team members, Dawn Howard, Mike Cating and Kirt 
Israel. 



Tadas Gelazis, Bill Aube, Dave Cupar, Mike Cating and Kirk Israel practicing as Ed Galosi read; 
questions to them. 




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they were the spirit behind the athletic 
teams. They were there to cheer them on, 
bandage their wounds and quench their thirsts. 
They were the unsung heroes who had to clean 
up the mess when the game was over and had 
to keep everything organized while dozens of 
players were milling about. Through rain, sleet 
and snow, the sports aides stuck by their team. 
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ports Aides, Row one: Hannah Davis, Sarah Kuhen, Jenna Brzeczkowski. Row two: 
Rebecca Bechtel, Carol Dacar, Lisa Primosch, Nikki Dickerson. 



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Cheerleaders bring enthusiam to the games 



The Varsity Cheerleaders had a more difficult task of 
maintaining spirit among the crowd this season due 
to the unusual circumstances that were caused by 
legal complications concerning the eligibility of one of 
the players. 

The cheerleaders had it easy during the beginning of the 
season due to the Panthers perfect 7-0 record. School 
spirit was high and the future looked promising. Then, 
when the OSHAA threatened to take away all the victo- 
ries due to a legal complication the cheerful crowd and 
players became very angered and concerned. Thischanged 
drastically during the last week when, just hours before 
gametime, a judge overturned the OSHAA ruling and the 
Panthers had a 9-0 going into the last game. The crowd 
and players were ecstatic. Unfortunately the season ended 
tearfully as the Panthers lost their first playoff game in 
the last minutes. The cheerleaders could only try their 
best to thank the players for the wonderful season they 
gave to Euclid. One benefit of the season's trials and 
tribulations was that the players, cheerleaders and fans 
became closer. 
-Irene Dejak 




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arsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Janelle Groves, Laura Nickell. Row two: Lauren 
Scheurman, Mary Nc Namara, Kristen Golinar, Christin Fogarty. Row three: Coach 

Mr's. Karen Yuhas, Lisa Aspin wall. Dawn Jerele, Tabitha Gamble. Not pictured: Irene Dejak, 

Holly Scott. 




Freshmen Cheerleaders, Row one: Kim 
Schoval, Pam Jordan. Row two: Laura 
Fifolt, Angela Sadler. Row three: Jenn Kas- 
cak, Melanie Shippitka, Danni Reagan. Not 
pictured: Coach Miss Conklin, Rosalyn 
Miranda. 



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unior Varsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Abby Ayer, Liesel Sacko. Row two: Rebecca 

Sakatch, Cara Parise, Kim Schultz. Row three: Carrie White, Renee Thomas, Ebony 

ifylor. 



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Football Cheerleaders 



BASKETBALL GETS SPIRIT 

Basketball cheerleaders jump for the team 




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Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Mary Mc Namara, Janelle Groves. Row 
two: Kristen Golinar, Irene Dejak, Kristen Fogarty, Holly Scott. Row three: Lauren 
Scheurman, Dawn Jerele, Lisa Aspinwall, Laura Nickell. 



e basketball cheerleaders had a lot 
to cheer about during the basketball 
season. The team had one of the best 
records that they ever had and there was 
lots of spirit and enthusiasm at the games. 
The cheerleaders were kept together by 
adviser, Mrs. Karen Yuhas who made sure 
that everything was ready to go before the 
girls took the floor at the games. 
Not only did the girls have to cheer during 
the games, they also would do little things 
for the players like bring them candy dur- 
ing homeroom before each game. The 
girls did not have to make a big sign for the 
players to run through like they did for the 
football games. The girls like cheering for 
basketball games since the conditions are 
much more predictable than they are for 
football games. 



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unior Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Kim 

Schultz, Becky Sakatch. Row two: Liesel Sacko, Renee Tho- 
mas, Cara Parise. Row three: Abby Ayer, Karrie White, Kyle 
Russ. 



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'reshman Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Jennifer Kascak, 
Katie Pikas, Rosalyn Miranda, Michelle Dineen, Laura Fifolt, Dawn 
Adams, Pam Jordan. 





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SPORTS 



Students are able to partici- 
pate in a wide variety of 
sports at Euclid High School. 

These athletics give the students 
a chance to compete with other 
schools and athletes in order to 
stretch their accomplishments to 
the limit of their abilities. Victo- 
ries, as well as well played losses, 
give the entire school, and even 
the city of Euclid something of 
which to be proud. 

-Mike Karabinus 





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manda Rowe getting 
ready to return a volley 
against her opponent. 
Tom Sedmak. Jim Shamp, Larry 
Nosse and Mike Di Bartolomeo 
getting ready to congratulate their 
team mates after scoring another 
touchdown. Laura Fifolt and Katie 
Ells driving down the field in a 
girl's soccer match. 




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beginning of the fourth quarter. Peter Swyt drib- 
bling the ball down the field. Kelly Hodder, Joy Lewin 
and Jean Enneper anticipating the serve in one of their 
volleyball games. The Boy's cross country team and 
the Girl's cross country coach, Dick York waiting for 
the meet to begin. 



63 



The 1991 Varsity Football Team once 
again put Euclid on the map as it ended 
it's season with an incredible 10-0 record in 
regular season play. The Euclid team was an 
awesome display of both offense and defense. 
Led by tailbacks, Raeshuan Jernigan and Pepe 
Pearson, they scored 373 points while the 
defense, led by Marc Parker, allowed only 66 
points and recorded four shut outs. Every 
game was an exciting display of offensive 
fireworks. Raeshuan Jernigan gained 1005 
yards for the season and scored an area high 
150 points. 

The team had many outstanding players who 
were recognized throughout the area. 
Raeshuan Jernigan was the News Herald 
Offensive Co-Player of the year and Marc 
Parker was Defensive Player of the year. 
Larry Nosse, Pepe Pearson and Rashawn Greer 
were picked for the First Team while Mike Di 
Bartolomeo, John Arlesic, Steve Sirk, Adam 
Reichman and Von Tolbert were picked for 
the Second Team. Coach Tom Banc was 
picked by The Plain Dealer as the most 
valuable coach. At the annual Football Ban- 
quet the Most Valuable Player was Raeshuan 
Jernigan, the Most Valuable Linemen were 
Mike Di Bartolomeo and Larry Nosse. the 
Defensive Lineman was Marc Parker, the 
Most Valuable Defensive Backs were Von 
Tolbert and Devan Jackson, the Most Valu- 
able Offensive Back was Pepe Pearson and 
the Coaches Award went to John Arlesic and 
Eric Wandersleben. 
-Bill Aube 





Much of Euclid's offense was supplied by Pepe Pearson, John Arlesic and Raeshua 
Jernigan. Coach Tom Banc giving current instructions to his players during a time-ou 
Darryl Brooks and Mike Di Bartolomeo waiting for their chance to get on the field. Steve Sir 
had one of the highest number of points scored in the area because of all the extra points h 
kicked. Eric Wandersleben was a valuable factor on defense and won the Coaches Award fc 
the year. Carol Dacar and Lisa Primosch helping Pepe Pearson stretch out an injury during 
game. 



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Varsity Football, Row one, coaches: Michael Sheck, Michael Bamauskas, Dan Wensing, Mike Rezzolla, Tom Banc, Roy Pignatiello, 
Pete Schwenke, Chet Nolan. Row two: Devan Jackson, Issac Bonner, Bryan Peoples, Jim Sas, Eric Cantini, Spencer Thomas, Scott 
Jordan, Brandon Biggom, Marcos Gomez. Row three: Mario Hall, Vince Sztul, Bob Welch. Ben jie Boyd. Greg Cominsky. Mark Kwiatkowski, 
Brian Boers, Keith Eubank. Row four: Mark Fuduric, Von Tolbert, Pepe Pearson, John Arlesic, Adam Reichman. Robert Yoe, Darryl Brooks, 
Raeshuan Jernigan. Row five: Steve Burkette, Gregory Williams, Frederick Thompson, Kevin Flynt, Rashawn Greer, Willie Reed, Mike 
Yurcich, Tom Sedmak. Row six: Joe Sweet, Jimmie Lake, Jim Shamp, Anton Williams, Eric Wandersleben, Marc Parker, Michael Petterson, 
Mark Cickavage. Row seven: Stephen Lindsey, Sam Di Bartolomeo, Steve Sirk, Larry Nossee, Mike Mc Dougall, Herbert Morris, Saul Butkus. 
Mike Di Bartolomeo. Not pictured: Jack Lardomitaf Equipment manager). 






Varsity 


Football 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cleve. Hts. 


21 





East 


48 





Brunswick 


35 


14 


Maple Hts. 


42 





North 


35 


17 


Brush 


37 





Mayfield 


37 


3 


South 


50 


12 


Bedford 


40 


14 


Mentor 


35 


6 




SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 
GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 
League Finish First 




Larry Nosse running through the banner that the Cheerleaders made to begin the game. 
Raeshuan Jernigan running around right end on his way to a long gain with Kevin Bremer 
supplying some needed blocking. Pepe Pearson getting around the right end for a long gain. 
Defensive players, Marcos Gomez, Sam Di Bartolomeo and Marc Parker watching the offense 
Jo it's thing on the field. 



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65 



The 1991 Junior Varsity Football Team 
made up for last year's disappointing 
season and then some with an incredible 10-0 
first place finish. Running back B. J. Harrison 
helped the offense score an astounding 266 
points while the defense gave up a mere 40 
points all season. Under the guidance of 
Coaches Roy Pignatiello and Mike Bamauskas, 
the JV Panthers not only clinched the GCC 
title, they shut out their opponents 5 times. 
Like their Varsity counterparts, the JV team 
brought both victory and pride to Euclid. 
-Bill Aube 



Von Tolbert waiting on the side- 
lines for the chance to go in. Willlie 
Reed showing what he thinks of 
his team. Steve Sirk kicking another 
extra point with John Arlesic holding for 
him. Quarterback, John Arlesic, study- 
ing the events that are occurring on the 
field. 



Junior Varsity Football 


TEAM 


US THEM 




Cleve. Hts 


18 





East 


55 





Brunswick 


25 


6 


Maple Hts. 


26 


6 


North 


14 


6 


Brush 


27 





Mayfield 


12 





South 


35 


6 


Bedford 


34 





Mentor 


20 


16 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 


GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 


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defense and 
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Brunswick. Mark 

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Junior Varsity Football, Row one: Coach Roy Pignatiello, Steve Birkett, Mike Yurcich, 
Mario Hall, Issac Bonner, Scot Jordan, Coach Mike Barnauskas. Row two: Tom Marshal, 
Adam Norris, Jim Driscoll, Adonis Bell. Brent Warren, Kevin Johnson. Row three: Brian 
Dreis, Myron Phillips, Steven Black, Robert Drotleff, William Jones, Wilson Rogers, Brian 
Jordan. Row four: Charles Smialek. Jay Cudo, Mark Loas, Kenneth Johnson, Rayshawn Byrd. 
Steven Tingley, William Harrison. Row five: Samuel Seawright, Charles Maxwell, Kevin 
Rusack, Jeffrey Lapuh, Donte Allen, Douglas Torzewski, Archie Triplett. Row six: Donald 
Lowery, Michael Stepic, Martin O'Neill, Craig Hillier, Joseph Bailey, Donald Dawson, Kevin 
Bremer. 



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ead Coach, Tom Banc, keeping track of 
what is occurring on the field. With the 
information that he gets from his spotters in 
the press box, he is better able to decide what 
play to call. 





Euclid players stand around during the Brunswick J.V. game as the 
referee recovers after having been hit in the head by the football that 
was thrown by the Brunswick quarterback. Quarterback, John Arlesic, 
coming around the right end 
with Raeshuan Jernigan fol- 
lowing him waiting for the 
pitch. While the offense is 
on the field Defensive co- 
ordinator, Pete Schwenke, 
coaches members of the 
defense on how to react to 
the opponents offensive 
strategy. B.J. Harrison run- 
ning the length of the field 
to score during the J.V. game 
with Brunswick. 



Freshman Foot 


ball 


TEAM US 


THEM 


Mentor Memorial 6 


14 


South 6 


12 


Maple Hts. 


20 


Mayfield 8 


22 


Brush 6 


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North 6 


20 


Bedford 24 


22 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 LOST 6 




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67 



The Varsity Soccer team had a disap- 
pointing record but made progress for 
next year's team. Leading the team were tri- 
captains Steve Barstow, Jason Phillis, and 
first team GCC selection Tony Bruketa. 
Bruketa led the team with 8 goals and 5 
assists. Others who lead the offense were 5 
goal scorer Mario Covic, Jeff Grossman and 
Matt Dane with his all out hustle. The defense 
was the greatest strength of the team led by 
seniors Jeff Pesek, Dave Baioni, Steve Sirk 
and Sophomore Joe Brkic. The team should 
be very strong next year, coming back with 
three sophomores. Joe Brkic. Robbie Heramb 
and Steve Nicolosi and Juniors Mario Covic 
and Jason Woide. 

The J. V. Soccer team had their best record in 
years, finishing at 7-6-3. The team, coached 
by Jeff Jordan, showed signs to make an 
impact on the Varsity level. The defense was 
led by goalie Justin Mc Kee and Drazan 
Bilavcic and John Buchner. The offense was 
led by Andrew Newsome, David Bartulovic 
and Tony Marusic. Other contributors were 
Jeff Kristoff. Dan Carlton and Marcos An- 
drade. 

-Tony Marusic 





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soccer 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Shaker Hts. 





3 


Madison 


4 


1 


Mentor 





2 


Brush 


2 


2 


South 


2 


1 


North 


1 


3 


Mavfield 





2 


Mentor 


1 


2 


Brush 


1 


2 


Solon 








South 


3 


3 


North 


1 


1 


Mavfield 


1 


4 


Bay 





3 


Kens ton 


5 


5 


Lakewood 


1 





SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 8 TIE 4 


GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 6 TIE 3 





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"arsity Soccer, Row one: Justin McKee. Row two: Tony Bruketa. Zeljko Tolo, Steve 
Barstow, Scott Gray, Bill Eppich. Row three: Coach John Gibbons, Joe Brkic, Frank 
Soltesz, Ben Pfahl, Jason Phillis, Mario Covic, Rob Heramb. Row four: Jeff Pesek, Dom 

Soric, Steve Sirk, Jason Woide, Matt Dane, Bob Kramer. Not pictured: Dave Baioni, Steve 

Nicolosi. 




Junior Varsity Soccer, Row one: Matt Davis. Row two: Grady Buhaley, Jeremy Lange, 
Shawn Thomas, Jason Mc Creight. Row three: Drazen Bilavcic, David Wagner, John 
Buchner. Chad Gady, Dan Carlton. Row four: Coach Jeff Jordan, Tony Marusic, David 
Bartulovic, Joe Amos, Jeff Kristoff. Not pictured: Zeljko Cindric, Andy Newsome. 



Soccer 




J irl's Soccer, Row one: Sandy Brown, Kyle Russ, Mary Wein. Row two: Laura Fifolt, 
■ I Angela Haynes, Chris Eppich. Debbie Podmore, Katie Ells, Beth Blatnik, Pam Jordan. 
Row three: Allison Repko, Maggie Dane, Barb Zupancic, Alicia Salvatore, Ann Ruggeri, 
Danielle Milinski, Devanie Pfahl. Row four: Coach Doug Dunn. Cathy Hillier, Melissa Clarke, 
Sue Jakopanec, Tatiana Marteletti, Linda Turchik, Nancy Certic, Anne King, Jessica Kochis. 
Row five: Angela Sadler, Lori Davison, Bridie Carroll, Danielle Coulter, Helene Schwartz, 
Vtonique Jurgensen, Kris Eminger. Not pictured: Chrissy Bunn, Stacie Johnson, Helena Oroz, 
Becky Thompson, Courtney Telich, Nikki and Olympia Christides. 




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reshman Soccer, Row one: Jason Perganc, Brad Snell, Dragan Tolo, Mike Caric. Row 
two: Mike Swyt, Greg Pesek, Kevin Gray, Brian Udovich, Coach Jim Presot. Not 
pictured: Kevin Gady. 



NEW 



For the first time ever, Euclid High School 
organized a girl's soccer team. This was 
formed since soccer has increased in popular- 
ity in the past few years and many girls were 
interested in playing on the high school level. 
There were girls on the boy's team in past 
years but they only saw limited action since 
they were competing with boys. This year the 
girls had a chance to compete against other 
girls. 

The coach was Mr. Doug Dunn who tried to 
keep their spirits up as they faced the many 
difficult situations as a first year team. Al- 
though the girls only won a couple of games 
they learned to work together and to be a team . 
They never gave up and they always fought 
hard. The team had a lot of young players who 
will benefit from the experience and enable 
the team to show improvement in the follow- 
ing years. 

-Angela Sadler 



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The Freshman soccer team had their best 
season. Their record was 11-3, which 
gave the soccer program a great future in 
the upcoming years. On offense the team was 
led by David Bartulovic, Greg Pestle, and 
Mike Caric. The goalie was Jason Derganc 
who posted 8 shutouts. The team was coached 
by Mr. Jim Presot. 

-Tony Marusic 



Freshman Soccer 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cleve. Hts 


3 







South 


5 







Mentor 


1 




5 


Brush 


4 




1 


Bay 







3 


Lake Catholic 


4 




1 


Mentor 


4 




7 


South 


4 







Lake Catholic 


7 







North 


7 







University 


6 




5 


Brush 


5 







North 


3 




1 


Cleve. Hts. 


1 







SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 






Soccer 



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The 1991 Varsity Volleyball team in- 
creased their record from last year, fin- 
ishing with a 12-9 record and 9-5 in the 
GCC for a second place standing. The Lady 
Panthers captured first place in their home 
Euclid Tournament, but fell short in the sec- 
tional championships to close their season. 
Leading the Panthers were captains Joy Le win 
and Kelly Hodder followed by seniors Corri 
Turkall, Amy Garbincus, Jennifer Hiser and 
Deb Risko. The Varsity squad also included 
three Juniors, and two Sophomores who would 
help the team in the upcoming years. 
-Joy Lewin 



Varsity Volleyball 


TEAM US THEM 


, South 


16,15 


14,9 


Maple Hts. 


8,15,15 


15,4,5 


Bedford 


15,4,15 


12,15,11 


Lake Catholic 


15,13,15 


8,15,11 


Shaker Hts. 


15,15 


5,5 


Brush 


4,15,15 


15,9,12 


Mayfield 


15,15 


6,5 


Solon 


9,9 


15,15 


North 


14,15,9 


16,13,15 


Mentor 


16,3 


18,15 


South 


15,15 


5,9 


Maple Hts. 


2,3 


15,15 


Bedford 


15,17 


3,15 


Brush 


15,15 


9,3 


Canton McKinley 


1,6 


15,15 


Holy Name 


11,9 


15,15 


Brunswick 


15,14,15 


3,16,6 


Mayfield 


13,15,11 


15,13,15 


North 


15,6,15 


9,15,5 


Mentor 


2,3 


15,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 9 


GCC RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 


League finish 2nd 







Members of the Volleyball team, Meredith 
Mihalic, Amy Garbincus, Corri Turkall, Deb 
Risko and Carrie Collins, waiting for a bus that 
always seemed to be late. Action on the floor. 



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arsity Volleyball, Row one: Joy Lewin, Debby Risko, Meredith Mihalic, Michell 
Suchy, Julie De Bartolomeo, Jean Enneper. Row two: Dan Maxson, Jennifer Hiser 
Kelly Hodder, Amy Garbincus, Julie Montagner, Corri Turkall, Karen Phipps. 




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ulie Montagner getting ready to serve the ball. Joy Lewin getting up high to hit spike the 
ball over the net. 




This year's J. V. Volleyball had a terrific season. The team ended up tied for first 
place (with Mentor) in the GCC even though they defeated Mentor twice. 
Kristen Mihalic and Leann Uchbar were the team's top hitters while Julie Di 
Bartolomeo led the team in serves. The team's starting setters were Julianne Hadyk, 
Stacey Meden and Michelle Suchy. Bench strength at the net was provided by 
Miriam Hohs, Cecelia Miller and Lillian Mazzei. The back row substitutes were 
Carrie Belavich, Carrie Collins, Kathy Walsh and Amy Heuer. Sue Skrab also 
helped with her setting skills in various games. 

This year's success suggests that next year's team will continue on its winning ways 
and so the Lady Panthers will be looking forward to a string of victories in the future. 

-Julie Di Bartolomeo 




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Varsity Volleyball 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


South 


15,15 


12,5 


Maple Hts. 


15,16 


11,14 


Bedford 


15,15 


5,13 


Brush 


12,15,10 


15,5,15 


Mayfield 


15,8,16 


4,15,14 


Solon 


15,15 


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North 


15,15 


0,9 


Mentor 


7,15,15 


15,7,5 


South 


13,15,8 


15,5,15 


Maple Hts. 


15,15 


5,8 


Rocky River 


15,15 


3,0 


Lakewood 


15,14,15 


2,16,11 


Bedford 


15,15 


10,1 


Brush 


15,15 


5,10 


Mavfield 


15,15 


9,5 


North 


12,15,15 


15,12,7 


Mentor 


15,5,15 


3,15,10 


SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 2 


GCC RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 


League finish 1st 











Junior Varsity Volleyball, Row one: 
Amy Heuer, Sue Skrab, Stacey Meden, 
Kristen Mihalic, Julie Di Bartolomeo, 
Cathy Walsh. Row two: Kathy Mihalic, 
Denise Virant, Julianne Hadyk, Michelle 
Suchy, Leann Uchbar, Miriam Hohs. Lillian 
Mazzei, Cecelia Miller, Carrie Collins, Carrie 
Belavich, Karen Phipps. 



Freshman Volleyball, Row one: Nikki 
Meier, Lindsay Freeman, Amy Hod- 
der, Stacey Glavan, Laura Baber, Jes- 
sica Hopkins. Row two: Gina Zeman, Rachel 
Pierce, Meredith Bell, Kelly Shea, Elizabeth 
Powalie, Kelly Focareto, Cindy Ciulla. 







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Freshman Volleyball 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Memorial 


4,7 


15,15 


Mayfield 


15,14,15 


9,16,9 


North 


15,15 


4,6 


South 


9,15,10 


15,8,15 


Brush 


13,15,15 


15,7,10 


Shore 


15,15,2 


17,13,15 


Orange 


8,7 


15,15 


Warrens ville 


10,8 


15,15 


Ridge 


15,15 


5,3 


Memorial 


3,11 


15,15 


Mayfield 


13,12 


15,15 


North 


10,7 


15,15 


South 


2,15,14 


15,6,16 


Brush 


5,15,16 


15,9,14 


Shore 


5,15,0 


15,13,15 


Ridge 


15,9,15 


8,15,7 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 10 


GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 8 



Discussing strategy before tak- 
ing to the floor. 



Volleyball 




The Varsity Girl's Tennis Team was not only a hard 
working team but a supportive family. The girls 
proved to be a tough team to beat, being victorious 
in many matches and shut out in very few. Much of the 
improvement was owed to the summer program. Team 
Tennis. 

Both the Varsity and JV teams received new uniforms at 
the beginning of the season which helped in the new- 
found respect that the girls received. 
The Varsity Team consisted of singles players: Emily 
Smayda, Susan U and Helena Oroz. while the doubles 
teams consisted of Jennifer Melnyk, Lisa Moster, Dawn 
Medved and Amanda Rowe. 

The Varsity coach was Pete Swope and the JV coach was 
Mark Barnes. Jennifer Melnyk and Dawn Medves were 
voted the Most Improved players while Emily Smayda 
was Captain and the Most Valuable Player. 
-Emily Smayda 



Varsity 
TEAM US 


Tennis 
THEM 


Normandy 
Richmond Hts. 


3 

5 




2 



Wickliffe 


3 




2 


Solon 


2 




3 


Shaker Hts. 


5 







Beachwood 


1 




4 


South 


1 




4 


Mayfield 
Brush 


1 





4 
5 


Regina 


4 




1 


Mentor 







5 


Cleve. Hts 







5 


North 


5 







St. Joseph Acdmy. 
Lake Catholic 



2 




5 
3 


NDCL 







5 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 10 


GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 4 


League Finish 5th 










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arsity Tennis, Row one: Emily Smayda, Jenn Melnyk, Susan U. Row two: Coach 
Peter Swope, Lisa Moster, Dawn Medved, Amanda Rowe, Helena Oroz. 



Junior Varsity 


Tennis 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Solon 





5 


Shaker Hts. 





5 


Beachwood 





5 


South 


2 


3 


Mayfield 


2 


3 


Brush 


2 


3 


Mentor 





5 


Cleve. Hts 





5 


Lake Catholti 


: 1 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON LOST 9 


GCC RECORD WON LOST 4 




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unior Varsity Tennis, Row one: Amy Repko, Wendy Lapuh, Lisa Steele, Tory Doles. 
Row two: Coach Mark Barnes, Janeen Miklowski, Eileen Hannan, Lisa Iannetta, Erin 
Smith. 





Chicos...we swoped them! 



Girl's Tennis 






Golf, Row one: Brian Dunmire, Bill Jerin, Tim Kohanski, Phil Sillia, Tim 
Brokaw. Row two: Brian Bush, Matt Baker, Ken Novak, Jim Price, Tony 
Sustarsic. Row three: Brian Vargo, Jim Masterson, Ron Siedler, Aaron Boyce, Mike 
Walczak, Coach Mike Raicevich. 



Euclid High School was proud of 
it's 1991 Golf Team. Under the 
watchful eye of Coach, Mr. Mike 

Raicevich, the Golf Team drove it's 
way to an impressive 10-4 record 
which gave it a second place finish 
in the GCC. Leading the Panthers 
were seniors, Phil Sillia, Brian Dun- 
mire and Bill Jerin, juniors, Brian 
Bush and Tim Kohanski and sopho- 
more, Tim Brokaw. The underclass- 
men on the team should insure that 
the team will be competitive in the 
future. 

-Bill Aube 






Golf 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 


North 


163 


157 


North 


176 


173 


Brush 


162 


169 


Brush 


170 


172 


Mayfield 


174 


188 


Mayfield 


165 


183 


Maple Hts. 


165 


194 


Maple Hts. 


166 


206 


South 


168 


179 


South 


162 


163 


Mentor 


166 


148 


Mentor 


156 


145 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 


GCC RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 


League Finish 2nd 


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rian Dunmire checks over his equipment before he has to tee off. Tim Brokaw and Phil Sillia 
are teeing off against their opponents. 



Golf 



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The Boy's Cross Country team 
ended the season with a 2 and 5 
record for a fifth place finish in the 
GCC. Even though they posted a dis- 
appointing record, the runners were 
close in all the races. The team was led 
by captain, Chris Atlas, who was 
undefeated in the GCC. He was voted 
All GCC and named the Most Valu- 
able Player in the GCC. Other mem- 
bers of the team were Andy Ehrhardt, 
Dave Podmore, Phil Bandy, Brian 
Francetic, Pat Carney, Pat Longbrake, 
Kyle Bush and Paul Roth. They all 
contributed to a close season and sup- 
plied the seeds for future years. 
-Chris Atlas 



Boy's 


Cross Country 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield 


36 


21 


Maple Hts. 


28 


28 


Mentor 


42 


20 


South 


30 


25 


Bedford 


26 


29 


North 


28 


28 


Brush 


20 


40 


St. Joe 


15 


46 


West Geauga 


34 


21 


Brush 


46 


16 


Shaw 


28 


28 


Chagrin Falls 


22 


33 


Newbury 


21 


34 


Chardon 


34 


22 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 


GCC RECORD WON 2 LOST 5 


League Finish 4th(tie) 





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hris Atlas, David Podmore, Phil Baioni, 
Brian Francetic and Paul Roth on the 
Cross Country course at Chapin Forest. 




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oy's Cross Country, Row one: Kyle Bush, Mike Riding, Pat Carney, Phil Baioni, Andy 
Ehrhardt. Row two: Brian Francetic, Pat Longbrake, Paul Roth, Chris Atlas, Coach Tomi 
Halbedel. I 



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Cross Country 





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irl's Cross Country, Row one: Amy Ayer, Meg Wolchko, Kim Sabel, Kathy Mus- 
carella, Wendy Richmond, Becky Schrader. Row two: Coach Dick York, Jennifer Daly, 
Ginny Bush, Karen Radachy, Shannon Marek, Kari Wallette. 




The Euclid girl's cross-country team 
had a slow start but as the season 
progressed they began to improve. Re- 
turning lettermen were senior Karen Ra- 
dachy, juniors Jennifer Daly and Jody 
Wallette. Strong newcomers to the team 
were senior Amy Ayer and freshman Kari 
Wallette. The highlight of the season was 
the first place showing a the North Coast 
Classic. Also, a qualifying individual for 
the Regional meet was Jennifer Daly 
which added to wrapping up the season. 
The team was coached by Mr. Dick York 
and finished fifth in the GCC. 
-Jennifer Daly 



Girl's 
TEAM 


Cross 

as 


Country 
THEM 


Chardon 


33 


22 


Chagrin Falls 
Brush 


40 

28 


19 
31 


Shaw 




forfeit 


Newbury 
West Geauga 


32 


forfeit 
23 


VA-SJ 
Maple Hts. 
Mayfield 
Mentor 


21 

36 

44 


37 

forfeit 
19 
19 


Bedford 


22 


33 


South 


30 


25 


North 


50 


15 


Brush 


27 


28 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 7 


GCC RECORD WON 3 LOST 4 


League Finish 5th 


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ennifer Daly, Kari Wallette, Jody Wal- 
lette and Karen Radachy running on the 
Chapin Forest course. 



Cross Country 



75 



QORFEITS ANDQINS 

Wrestling team did not have enough participants 



The wrestling team suffered 
through a long season. Very 
few boys went out for the team. 
The entire freshman team was as- 
similated into the varsity and JV 
teams. Even with that there weren't 
enough people to fill some weight 
classes on the varsity level and 
many missing classes on the JV 
level. These missing classes meant 
forfeits so the rest of the team 
started off the matches behind their 
opponents. The team suffered from 
lack of experience. They were a 
young team that could not rely on 
the leadership from lots of seniors. 
It was a young team that should 
improve in the years to come. 





Wrestling 




Team 


Us 


Them 


Hudson 


17 


36 


Bedford 


23 


43 


Maple Hts. 


22 


41 


Mentor 


21 


38 


North 


33 


36 


Cleveland Hts. 


23 


43 


South 


27 


29 


Brush 


33 


25 


Mayfield 


9 


46 


SEASON RECORD WON 


1 LOST 8 


GCC RECORD 


WON 


1 LOST 6 


League finish 7th 





Marcos Gomez, Damen Cummings, 
Bruce Willingham and Shawn Thomp- 
son all working on their opponents. 




Wrestling, Row one: Mike Turk. Donte Allen, Jim Pikus, B. J. Harrison, Greg Higham, 
Quentin Hudson. Row two: William Preston, DeMarco Miller, Mark Swan, Dano 
Meros, Bruce Willingham, Marcos Gomez, Jason Gray. Row three: Coach Tim D'Anna, 
Andrew Newsome, Damon Cummings, Matt Dane, Jim Lake, Brian Newsome, Shawn 
Thompson, Mike Beck, Coach Steve Knaack. 



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Matt Dane taking his man down while Bruce Willingham 
tries to get his opponent turned over. Marcos Gomez 
decides to give his opponent a lift while heavyweight, Shawn 
Thompson rides his man into the mat. 




Greg Higham, Shawn Short, 
Zahrod Tolbert, Damon Cum- 
mings and Jim Lake all controlling 
their men on the mat. 



Wrestling 



77 



SEVEN IN A ROW 



Roundballers take GCC in almost perfect season 



The number seven is considered lucky by some 
people. Well it was the right number for the boys 
varsity basketball team. The team won its' seventh 
consecutive GCC championship as it headed for the state 
tournaments. The team was led by captains Brian Dun- 
mire, Gary Meeks and John Vuyancih. Dunmire was a 
highly rated guard in giving assists. Meeks led the Cleve- 
land area in rebounding. Meeks and Vuyancih were among 
the leaders in scoring. Coach Daugherty also received 
great all-around performances by Mike Mc Dougall. 
Daymond Callahan and Raeshuan Jemigan. Other players 
off the bench were Ken Davis. Kevin Flynt, Brian Fran- 
cetic, Dave Grice. Michael Lee, Jewvon Mc Michael, 
Larry Nosse, Ron Siedler and Vince Sztul. This was 
Coach Daugherty's 33rd season as the Panthers' coach. 
The team was rated in the top 5 in the area and in the top 
10 in the state. 

Dave Grice 



Varsity Boy's Basketball 


Team 


Us 


Them 


St. Ignatius 


87 


81 


Cleveland Hts. 


83 


65 


Maple Hts. 


67 


58 


North 


77 


73 


South 


88 


72 


East 


84 


70 


Mentor 


83 


59 


Mayfield 


57 


37 


Bedford 


86 


52 


Brush 


70 


66 


Maple Hts. 


74 


65 


Bedford 


71 


54 


University 


68 


56 


North 


89 


68 


Valley Forge 


85 


86 


South 


78 


65 


Brush 


60 


75 


Lakewood 


70 


56 


Mayfield 


86 


44 


Mentor 


79 


55 


SEASON RECORD WON 


18 LOST 2 


GCC RECORD 


WON 


13 LOST 1 


League finish 1st 





Brian Dunmire bringing the ball down the 
court. Gary Meeks doing one of his 
crowd-pleasing dunks. John Vuyancih, Brian 
Dunmire start down the court after Raeshuan 
Jemigan and Gary Meeks pull down the re- 
bound. John Vuyancih, Brian Dunmire and 
Daymond Callahan watching as Gary Meeks 
fights for the rebound. 




Varsity Basketball and aides. Row one: Lisa Primosch, Denise Callahan, Kelly Bartel| 
Michelle Reed, Nikki Dickerson, Amy Garbincus, Jackie Hamilton, Debbie Gustafson.1 
Carol Dacar. Row two: Dave Grice, Damon Callahan, Vince Sztul, Brian Dunmire. Raeshuan 
Jemigan, Brian Francetic, Kevin Flynt. Row three: Michael Lee, Jevon Mc Michael, Gary) 
Meeks, Larry Nosse, John Vuyancih, Ken Davis, Ron Siedler. 



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Boy's Basketball 




UPCOMING TALENT 



Junior Varsity's skills will help future teams 




Junior Varsity Basketball, row one: Jim Zdesar, Charles Hall, Samuel Seawright, Thomas 
Bodin, Tim Banach, Bruce Thomas, Steve Guttu. Row two: Brian Tomasic, Evand Birkett, 
Bill Vuyancih, Steve Zahursky, Mike Yurcich, Kevin Bremer, Coach Dennis Turkall. 




Under the tutelage of coach Dennis 
Turkall the JV boy's basketball 
team compiled an impressive 16-4 
record and finished first in the GCC. 
The entire boy's basketball program was 
very successful since the varsity, JV 
and freshmen teams won 48 regular 
season games while only losing 6. The 
J V players learned to work together and 
help each other when needed. With the 
addition of many talented players from 
the freshmen team, next years varsity 
and JV teams should have excellent 
seasons. 



Junior Varsity Boy'; 


. Basketball 


Team 


Us 


Them 


St. Ignatius 


47 


58 


Cleveland Hts. 


43 


60 


Maple Hts. 


70 


49 


North 


65 


34 


South 


58 


66 


East 


53 


32 


Mentor 


64 


48 


Mavfield 


62 


41 


Bedford 


47 


56 


Brush 


51 


35 


Maple Hts. 


66 


42 


Bedford 


58 


41 


University 


70 


35 


North 


57 


45 


Valley Forge 


65 


51 


South 


65 


49 


Brush 


51 


35 


Lakewood 


62 


44 


Mayfield 


58 


48 


Mentor 


58 


50 


SEASON RECORD WON 


16 LOST 4 


GCC RECORD 


WON 


12 LOST 2 


League finish 1st 





Mike Yurcich, Sam Seawright and Bruce 
Thomas bringing the ball down the 
court. Sparky Birkett, Sam Seawright and Bill 
Vuyancih maneuvering the ball into position 
for a shot. Bill Vuyancih taking the shot. Bill 
Vuyancih, Sam Seawright and Sparky Birkett 
getting into position for a rebound. 



Boy's Basketball 



79 



Undefeated season 

What a season for the Freshman bas- 
ketball team! They finished the 
regular season with a perfect 14-0 record 
and then participated in the Willoughby 
South tournament and won all three of 
their games against Cardinal, South and 
North to finish the year with a 1 7-0 record. 
The team was coached by Mr. Steven 
Marcu without whose leadership they 
would never have been able to achieve 
what they did. The fast game plan that the 
Freshmen used will make the transition to 
the junior varsity and varsity levels easy. 
Several of these players will no doubt be 
playing on the varsity next year which 
should help keep the strong basketball 
tradition alive in the years to come. 



Freshman Boy's Basketball 


Team 


Us 


Them 


Memorial 


58 


38 


Ridge 


53 


42 


Brush 


65 


52 


South 


61 


42 


Bedford 


62 


41 


Maple Hts. 


68 


55 


Mayfield 


57 


51 


Memorial 


54 


34 


Ridge 


56 


45 


Brush 


57 


42 


South 


52 


38 


Bedford 


61 


51 


Maple Hts. 


67 


45 


Mayfield 


53 


51 


SEASON RECORD WON 


14 LOST 



Brian Kelley and Darnea Mc Kinney go- 
ing for the ball against South. Driving in 
for a layup. Brian Kelley taking a shot and 
dribbling the ball to get it into position. Pass- 
ing the ball around the outside to get better 
position. Things get very crowded under the 
basket. 





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reshman Boy's Basketball, row one: Tim Rudy, Jaime Trochek, Joseph Marusic 
Dontrell Callahan, Matt Baker, Joe Janez. Row two: Ryan Campbell, Darnea Mc Kinney 
Barry Grisez, Mike Banach, Seth Sederholm, Chris Kletecka, Rich Slade, Hannah Davis. Rov 
three: Jason Gray, Orry Howard, Erin Boyce, Geno Criado, LeRoy Billips, Francesco Santiago 
Coach Steven Marcu. 










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Boy's Basketball 





LEARNING EXPERIENCE 

Freshmen girls get valuable playing time 

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he Freshmen girls had a tough time during the 
1 992 season. The fought hard but came out on 
the losing end of most of their games. Under the 
watchful eye of coach Mark Barnes they developed 
some sense for the court and the ball and each other. 
Hopefully as they mature they will be able to 
contribute more to the junior varsity and varsity 
teams. 



Freshman Girl's Basketball, Row one: Selena Jim, Wendy Lapuh, Amy Hodder, Wendy 
Freeman. Row two: Natalie Sylvia, Nikki Christides. Meredith Bell, Amy Guy, Nicole 
'reeman. Coach Mark Barnes. 



Freshman Girl's Basketball 


Team 


Us 


Them 


Memorial 


17 


22 


Ridge 


29 


3S 


Brush 


20 


14 


South 


32 


48 


Bedford 


27 


30 


Memorial 


20 


34 


Ridge 


25 


45 


Brush 


15 


19 


South 


28 


35 


Bedford 


23 


25 


Mayfield 


32 


38 


North 


25 


40 


SEASON RECORD WON 


1 LOST 11 




Practicing their foul shots are Trina Sharpe, Kim Sumpter. Adrienne Dixon, Montoyia King, Stacie Ashley, Tamika White. Lynnette Perry and Jennifer Hall. 
Jennifer Hall, Adrienne Dixon, Lynnette Perry, Trina Sharpe and Montoyia King warming up before a game. Adrienne Dixon. Stacie Ashley and Montoyia ^ 
King getting ready for a rebound as Trina Sharpe takes a shot against North. Montoyia King. Adrienne Dixon and 
itacie Ashley get ready to go down the court after North got the rebound. 



Girl's Basketball 



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Coach Roy Pignatiello defined a team as "a group of individuals that put 
the goal before themselves". Varsity was exactly that, the top female 
basketball players, working together as one. The player that scored the most 
points, had the most rebounds and had good ball handling was Jennifer Hiser. 
Other, less heralded players, were guard Jill Slattery who displayed a positive 
attitude with lots of leadership, and Kristen Mihalic who often led the team to 
victory. During practice harder work and more intensity was stressed. That 
helped the team to improve on the court during the games. Coach Pignatiello 
encouraged the girls "to make themselves better and the team better by 
improving their skills". 

The girls finished the season with an overall record of 12-7 and 7-7 in the GCC 
which gave them a third place finish. 
-Tomeka Gibbs 





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Varsity Basketball, Row one: Bonnie Struna, Kristin Mihalic, 
Stacey Meden. Row two: Jean Enneper, Jennifer Hiser, Monica 
Tomazic, Jill Slattery. Row three: Karen Radachy , Kim Sumpter, Julie 
Pekol, Deliska Mc Ghee, Latonya Smith. 




Varsity Girl's Basketball 



Stacy Meden, Julie Pekol and Jennifer Hiser 
trying to work the ball to the basket against 
North. Stacy Meden, Bonnie Struna and 
Kristen Mihalic practicing their shots before the 
game. Deliska Mc Ghee taking a shot while Jennifer 
Hiser tries to get into position for a rebound. Julie 
Pekol and Jennifer Hiser waiting for a rebound 



Girl's Basketball 




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: 







Team 


Us 




Cleve. Cen. Cath. 


53 


19 


West Tech 


52 


49 


Brush 


33 


36 


Maple Hts. 


62 


34 


Laurel 


42 


15 


North 


45 


60 


South 


45 


38 


Lake Catholic 


51 


32 


Mentor 


26 


45 


Mavfield 


49 


38 


Maple Hts. 


34 


25 


Gilmour 


39 


33 


Bedford 


52 


35 


North 


45 


58 


South 


46 


58 


Brush 


53 


61 


Mayfield 


42 


38 


Mentor 


35 


51 


Bedford 


36 


34 



Them 



SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 7 
GCC RECORD WON 7 LOST 7 
League finish 3rd 



IMPROVING SKILLS 

Junior Varsity supplies talent to the Varsity 




The Junior Varsity girl's basketball team had a season filled with obstacles. 
But as coach Sue Drienka said, "it was fun and a learning experience for 
each girl". The goal was to work harder and get together. Coach Drienka 
advised the players to "keep improving to be the best" and "take what is learned 
on the court and use it off the court." The team had constant discussions about 
past performances and how that could relate to the future. 
Despite the J V's record of 1 0-9, they had a 7-7 mark in the GCC which was good 
enough for a fourth place finish. That would not have been possible without the 
'second string people' who pushed the others. Otherwise the concept of a team 
would have been meaningless. Coach Drienka defined 'team' where everyone 
gets along, works together to meet the same goals and helps one another so that 
everyone can become their best. JV was achieving that. 
-Tomeka Gibbs 



Junior Varsity Basketball, Row one: Adrienne Dixon, Nicole 
Skuly, Kesha Buggs, Montoya King. Row two: Yonnie Jones, 
Stacie Ashley, Jennifer Hall, Diana Butkus. Row three: Roshell 
\shley, Lynnette Perry, Patricia Chatman, 
rrina Sharpe, Tameka White. 



Junior Varsity Girl's 
Team Us 


Them 


Cleve. C. Cath. 


35 


32 


West Tech 


29 


35 


Brush 


32 


41 


Maple Hts. 
Laurel 


50 
41 


13 
16 


North 


36 


41 


South 


26 


31 


Lake Catholic 


30 


43 


Mentor 


23 


31 


Mayfield 
Maple Hts. 
Gilmour 


32 
39 
33 


45 
26 
27 


Bedford 


30 


35 


North 


42 


41 


South 


38 


42 


Brush 


45 


41 


Maytield 
Mentor 


32 
45 


31 
38 


Bedford 


31 


30 


SEASON RECORD WON 


10 LOST 9 


GCC RECORD 


WON 7 LOST 7 


League finish 4th 







Jennifer Hall, Adrienne Dixon, Montoyia King 
and Trina Sharpe waiting for the ball to be 
inbounded. Adrienne Dixon shooting while Jen- 
nifer Hall hopes that the shot will be good. Staci 
Ashley and Trina Sharpe are in the crowd under the 
basket as everyone is trying for the rebound. Jen- 
nifer Hall, Adrienne Dixon, Montoyia King, Trina 
Sharpe and Diana Butkus getting some 
shots before the game. 

Girl's Basketball - 



PRACTICING INSIDE 



Indoor track helps prepare team for outdoor season 



Indoor track gives students who were inter- 
ested in track an opportunity to do some- 
thing during the Winter season between cross 
country in the Fall and outdoor track in the 
Spring. Indoor track was not a GCC sport since 
most of the schools do not possess facilities as 
Euclid does. Opponents come from all over 
northeast Ohio. Indoor track is becoming more 
popular and there are many dual meets as well 
as multi-school invitational meets that the 
Euclid team participated in. Head coach. Bob 
Ramlow and assistants, Lou Tomasi, Tom 
Halbedel and Frank Soltesz made sure that the 
participants were prepared for their events. 
Their practices involved extensive stretching 
and weight training and running. 
The team was very strong in the sprint events 
with Pepe Pearson, Raeshuan Jernigan, Bran- 
don Biggom, Keith Eubank, Mike Nagy and 
Devon Jackson. In the longer events outstand- 
ing participants were Chris Atlas, Pat Carney 
and Phil Baioni. 





Indoor Track 




Team 


Us 




East 


Won 




St. Ignatius 


Won 




John Adams 


Lost 




Shaker Hts. 


Won 




John Hay 


Won 




Walsh Jesuit 


Won 




Lincoln-West 

Buchtel 

Riverside 


Won 
Won 
Won 




East Tech Invitational 5 out of 17 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 


LOST, 



The track team stretching out before a 
practice. Mike Nagy going over a high 
hurdle. Keith Eubank winning his heat. Donald 
Dawson winning his heat. 





Indoor Track, Row one: Doug Torzewski, John David, Joe Bailey, Matt Ortman, Pat 
Carney, Pepe Pearson, David Bartulovic, Marsha Appling, Keith Eubank, Kristal Baker. 
Steve Ladovich, Kevin Conklin. Row two: Coach Robert Ramlow, Bill Nainiger, Dan Grisez. 
Israel Jackson, Phillip Baioni, Bryan Peoples, James Driscoll, Vanya Stewart, Michelle Suchy. 
Kari Wallette, Roschell Ashley, Annette Hollis, Jennifer Daly, Virginia Bush, Nikki Jackson, 
Coach Lou Tomasi. Row three: De Moulh Dudley, Edward Sedmak, Chad Dulla, Ken Schuster. 
Donald Dawson, Brandon Biggom, Ben Pfahl, Chris Atlas, Mike Nagy, Amora Francis, Sandra 
S. Brown, Linda Turchik, Jeff Pesek. 



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'CHECKING' IT OUT 

Euclid hockey skates to second in division 



The 199 1 -92 season was a time in which the Euclid 
High School Hockey team gained long overdue 
recognition and attention from the media and the 
school, and hockey fans learned that Euclid was a force 
to be reckoned with on the ice. 

Even before the season opener the players had their hearts 
set on winning their third straight division, the Baron Cup 
Championship, and a final four spot in the state tourna- 
ment. Led by a fast, threatening set of forwards, an 
experienced, hard-hitting crew of defensemen and strong, 
consistent performances from the goalies, the team got a 
great start and was in first place, with an undefeated 
league record, going into the home stretch. Two critical 
losses late in the season knocked the Panthers out of first. 
Poor showings in the Baron Cup and State Playoffs ended 
the season early and shattered the goals that the team 
wanted to attain so badly. 

One of the great accomplishments made by the team was 
to show Euclid fans that hockey has truly developed into 
a winning program at Euclid and will continue to show 
constant development. 
Eric Cantini 





Hockey 


Team 


Us Them 


Garfield 


3 2 


Bay Village 


3 5 


North Olmsted 


1 3 


Garfield 


7 5 


Kent 


5 


University 


9 3 


St. Joe. 


6 1 


North Olmsted 


3 1 


Madill(Canada) 3 9 


Mentor 


4 3 


Rocky River 


4 1 


Valley Forge 


7 6 


Garfield 


6 2 


Mentor 


6 4 


Valley Forge 


1 4 


Lakewdod 


9 8 j 


Kent 


4 1 


Mentor 


2 3 ' 


North Olmsted 


6 1 


St. Joe. 


4 3 


SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 5 


League Finish 2nd 



Tim Brokaw ready to get the puck on the 
face-off while Mike Mc Neill and Bob 
Lemieux wait in the background. Tim Brokaw 
winding up for a shot. Tim Brokaw getting a 
pass from Mike Mc Neill on the way to the 
goal. Tim Kohanski and Mario Durant waiting 
for a pass in front of the goal. 




Hockey, Row one: Michele Fogarty, Frank Soltesz, Leon Rozic, Tony Rozic, Ray Morris. 
Bob Lemieux, Eric Cantini, Erin Smith, Abby Ayer. Row two: Coach Skip Martincic, 
Trisha Galloway, Julianne Hadyk, Mario Durant, Ben Mooney , Mike Mc Neill, Matt Lemieux. 
Ray Miller, Tim Gannon, Terese Schneider, Coach Forest Dixon. Row three: Lorene Davison, 
Tim Brokaw, Joe Sweet, Tim Kohanski, Mike Davis, Matt Davis, Steve Tingley, Carrie 
Belavich. 



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a goal against Valley Forge. 



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Mike Mc Neill skates into position. 




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Mario Durant and Tim Kohanski work- 
ing the puck against Mentor. Mike Mc 
Neill struggling to get up after tangling with a 
Valley Forge player. Tim Kohanski skating 
for the puck. Brothers, Mike and Matt Davis 
on the ice together. Bob Lemieux and Mike 
Mc Neill bringing the action in front of the 
Valley Forge goal. 



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DIFFERENT STROKES 

Boys and girls swim teams 



Lead by Coach Lou Davis and 
Tri-Captains, Mike De 
Bartolomeo, Paul Kostansek and 
Bob Schmeling, the men's swim 
team splashed through a success- 
ful season. With strong support 
from the underclassmen, the pre- 
dominately senior team worked 
hard from the beginning. Prac- 
tices were held both before and 
after school so a lot of time was 
put into the process of learning 
the basics of swimming. The high- 
light of the season occurred when 
freshman, Jim Belanich won the 
GCC in the backstroke. 

-Bob Schmeling 



Before the meet began the girls and boys 
got together for some spirit raising. Kyle 
Bush and Tony Hren on the blocks and ready 
to go. Marcos Andrade taking off on his lap in 
the relay. Rob Galosi doing a practice dive in 
preparation for the meet. 



Boy's 
Team 


Swimming 
Us Them 


Madison 


115 


53 


Berea 


22 


112 


St. Edwards 


103 


78 


University 
Fair view 


65 
. 106 


119 
79 


Beach wood 


143 


30 


Brush 


95 


88 


Mayfield 
Bedford 


57 
83 


129 
103 


Shaw 


108 


76 


Maple Heights 
Mentor 


126 
76.5 


56 
109.5 


Bay 


90.5 


93.5 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 6 


GCC RECORD 


WON 2 LOST 3 


League finish 4th 







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Boy's Swimming, Row one: Adam Norris, Mike Tomsic, Kyle Bush, Mike Swyt, Greg 
Simenc, Nino Prodan, Eric Ehrhardt. Row two: Brian Bush, Tony Hren, Jim Beletic, Josh 
Pelz, John O'Doshey, Shawn Lowery, Kyle Lynch, Coach Lou Davis, Coach Marty Guzaiskis. 
Row three: Reggie Obeng, Marcos Andrade, Mark Tomsic, Rob Galosi, Paul Kostansek, 
Michael Di Bartolomeo, Bob Schmeling, Pete Swyt, Bill Jerin, John Wheeler, Edgar Swanson. 



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Girl's Swimming, Row one: Rebecca Bechtel, Maria Schiavoni, Rebecca Shrader, 
Deanna Hoppert, Meryann Bruketa, Christine Perry, Coach Joan Bush. Row two: Vanya 
Itewart, Andrea Hazelwood, Mariana Zdrilic, Kimberly Florian, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Jessica 
)ietz, Kim Sabel. Row three: Kelly Moyer, Patti Sheck, Melissa Wilson, Jodie Wallette, 
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Kim Florian andMarianaZdrilic, 
freshman Melanie Shippitka and 
Mariana Bruketa the lady panther swim 
team suffered a disappointing season. 
The team finished with a 5-8 record 
overall and 0-5 in the GCC. 
The team was led by coach, Joan Bush. 
She had experience coaching elsewhere 
but this was her first year at Euclid. The 
girl's worked hard and put in a lot of 
dedicated hours but the team suffered 
from a lack of experience. Because of 
that, next year's team should be stron- 
ger and have a better record. 

-Julie Di Bartolomeo 



Shawn Lowery showing how to enter the 
water during the diving competition. 
Christine Perry, Nikki Christopher, Melissa 
Perry, Kelly Moyer, Maria Schiavoni and 
Melissa Wilson waiting for their events. 
Melanie Shippitka getting close to the finish 
line. Bill Jerin discussing strategy with coach 
Joan Bush. 



Girl' 
Team 


i Swimming 
Us Them 


Madison 


79 


91 


Berea 


42 


51 


Beaumont 


116 


67 


Laurel 


117 


51 


Fairview 


140 


35 


Beachwood 


125 


42 


Brush 


72 


113 


Mayfield 
Bedford 


70 
69 


113 
114 


Maple Heights 
Mentor 


70 
50 


113 
135 


Bay 


103 


77 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 8 


GCC RECORD 


WON LOST 5 


League finish 5th 







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ACADEMICS 



A wide range of courses are of- 
fered to the students of Euclid 
High School-possibilities include 
everything from physics to keyboard- 
ing. An intelligent and dedicated 
collection of instructors is a neces- 
sity in order for the students to gain 
the knowledge which will prepare 
them for the future. The teachers 
here at Euclid are undoubtedly well- 
qualified in this regard. They are 
always available should a student 
need assistance. Thanks to them, Eu- 
clid students are given the opportu- 
nity to succeed. 

-Kristen Sarpolis 





Joe Rodriguez getting ready 
to participate in the benefit 
soccer game that was held 
for Courtney Collins. Carol Wil- 
liams showing her computer class 
how to use the machines. Librar- 
ians, Catherine Harwood and 
Peggy Torzewski help students 
in the library. 







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Spirited teachers, Sandi Bambic 
and Judith Carmody, selling 
spirit goods during a football game. 
Unit Principal, Frank Perez, getting 
things rolling at the Homecoming 
Assembly in the auditorium. Cheryl 
Warman and Jane Lellis helping to 
keep things running smoothly during 
lunch periods. Connie Warman and 
Bill Medvick getting their mail in or- 
der to begin their day. 



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LOOK to the leader 




School Board and Administrators: Ronald L Victor, Carol DeWine, Lowell B^ Euc|id SchooVs Administration, Row one: Robert McLaugh- 

Davis, President K. F. Van Ho, Kurt Stanic, Barbara E. Kramer, Vice-President . . ° 

Carol L. Bechtel, David A. Lawrence. " n: Director of Pupil Personnel, Kurt Stanic: Superintendent of 

Schools, Lowell B. Davis: Treasurer. Row two: Ronald L. 
Victor: Business Manager, John P. Fell: Assistant for Superin- 
tendent, Robert Knuth: Director of Secondary Education. 

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William Mc Guinness 

Principal 
Frank Perez 

A-G Unit Principal 

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Justin Antonini 


William Medvick 


Associate Principal 


P-Z Unit Principal 


Ben Pasquale 


Ron Seymour 


H-O Unit Principal 


PASS Unit Principal 



lifefafeHatl reorqanizat 



Unit Offices now alphabetical 





The unit offices underwent major 
reorganizations for the 1991-92 school 
year. Instead of the traditional counsel- 
ors and unit principals being assigned to a 
specific grade level the staff was assigned 
to students in a particular alphabetical 
placement. This meant that counselors had 
students of all grade levels. The letters 
were arranged so as to give the counselors 
approximately equal student populations. 
In addition, a new unit, call the PASS unit 
was created to handle students with special 
problems. 




Robert Addis 

Director of Athletics 

Lynn Davis 

L-R Division 


Brenda Barker 

PASS Division 
Audree Fox 

PASS Division 


Sue Harris 

S-Z Division 

Robert Yocum 

Career Counselor 


Jeanne Koenig 

E-K Division 


Tony Russo 

A-D Division 


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93 



NEW 

DIVISION 

The new Unit divisions meant that the counselors had to be up 
to date on events happening in all the grade levels. It took 
some getting used to but will hopefully be better since each 
counselor will be exposed to students of all grades and not stuck 
with all ninth graders for an entire year. 





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Euclid students get much information from their 
classes but their counselors help them decide which 
classes would be best for them to take. 



Jane Addis, English, Social Studies. 

Stephen Alspaugh, Band. 

Sue Amato, English, Journalism. 

Antonia M. Araca, Crafts, General Art, 

Drawing. 

Earl Archibald, Custodian. 



William Attamante, Work-Study 
Coordinator. 

Ronald A. Backos, Biology. 
Sandi Bambic, Freshman and Senior 
English, Theatre Arts, Student Council, 
Fall Play, Spring Musical. 
Thomas Banc, Government, Geopolitics, 
Current Issues, Head Football Coach. 
Ethel Barbish, Security Aide. 
John Barcza, Science Topics, Introduc- 
tion Chemistry Physics, General Science. 
Stanford Bender, Honors and A.P. 
Biology, Introduction to Living Things. 
Charlotte Bensusan, Secretarial Special- 
ist, Notetaking for the College Bound. 
Allen Black, Media Technician, Key 
Club Adviser. 

Dolores Black, Sophomore, Junior and 
Senior English. 

Al Bleich, Accounting, Business. 
Gene Brearton, Personal Computers, 
Math. 

Rebecca Brehmer, Foods I, Independent 
Living. 

Patricia Buck, Physical Education. 
Jan Carlson, Foods, Independent 
Living, Home Economics Dept. Chair- 
person. 

Judith L. Carmody, Sophomore and 

Senior English, Eucuyo, Holiday Play, 

Spring Musical. 

Ron Chambers, Woodworking, Wood 

Sculpture. 

Lisa Cheshier, Orchestra. 

Carmen Colaianni, Custodian. 

Harold Daugherty, Health. 

Merry Dolter, Library Staff. 
Sue Drienka, Girl's Asst. Basketball 
Coach, SIS. 

Theresa DuBroy, Algebra, H. S. Math. 
Michael Durbin, Math, Computers, 
Alex Dzerowicz, Government, Geopoli- 
tics, Current Issues. 



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Paul Emery, Architecture, Industrial Drawing, 
Advanced Drafting, Freshman Football Coach. 
Rosalie Fette, Secretary-Associate Principal. 
Susan First, World History and Culture. 
Gale Flament, Art, Photography. 
Jane Fowler, Treasurer. 



Dan Francetic, Astronomy. 

Holly Freedman, Art Design. 

Maria Garza, Spanish. 

Barbara Gates, Vocational Spcial Education 

Coordinator. 

John Gibbons, Physical Education. 



James Goebel, Vocational Automotive I, Pre- 

Vocational Automotive, Practical Automotive. 

Bill Gooding, Biology. 

Thomas Gubitosi, Latin, Spanish. 

Patricia A. Habat, Physics, Physical Science. 

Tom Halbedel, Basic Science, Introduction to 

Physics and Chemistry. 



Jeff Hartmann, Social Studies, American 

History, World Cultures, Asst. Varsity Baseball 

Coach. 

Catherine Harwood, Library Staff. 

Robert E. Heramb, Social Studies, Boy's Tennis 

Coach. 

Carolyn Heuer, Social Studies. 

Tom Hoffart, Physical Education. 

Frank Hoffert, A. P. European History, American 
Government, Social Studies Department Chairper- 
son. 

Richard Homovec, Physical Education, DCT. 
Deborah A. Houchins, Junior and Senior English, 
Flag Corps and Majorette Adviser, Career 
Beginnings, Teacher/Broker. 
Frank Jablonski, Honors English I, American 
Literature, Reading. 

Joyce Katona, English, Math, Social Studies. 
Jan Kehn, Principal's Secretary. 
Jim Kelley, U. S. History. 
Ellen Klein, Typing I, Notetaking for College, 
Advanced Typing, Word Processing. 
Ingrid Koenig, German I, II, III, A. P. 
Jane Lellis, English I and III. 



NEW 

Attendance 



Anew attendance policy was implemented this year because of 
Senate Bill 140 which required all absences and tardies to be 
accounted for. 

The new attendance is located where the Athletic Office used to be and 
students are required to check in if they arrive late to school. There is a 
"call-home" machine which automatically calls thehome of students that 
are not in school and informs their parents. 

With this system there is more accurate knowledge of who is or is not in 
school. 



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to keep track of students in his classes. Mrs. Bette Schmeling still has a lot of work 
to do to keep track of all of her students. Security Aide, Academics 

Karen Yuhas and Tom Banc discussing how nice it is 

to get an absence list that is up to date. 



PASS 

Anew unit called PASS, Positive Alternative to School Success, was 
also added for the 1991-92 school year. This was established for the 
ninth grade since it was found that many students were not able to handle the 
high school environment with success and were not able to get out of the ninth 
grade. This unit was formed for students with problems that made it difficult 
for them to succeed at the High School. Mr. Seymour was the Unit Principal 
and Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Fox were the Counselors. The students were in 
their own homerooms and they got special attention from the counselors and 
the school psychologists, Mrs. Jean Fankell and Mr. Jim Mackemull. 
Much effort in the way of group guidance, weekly progress reports, atten- 
dance monitoring, parent programs and additional counseling went into 
trying to enable these students to succeed. The motto of the program was 
'Discipline with Responsibility'. 

The goal of the program was to enable the students to claim self esteem, to 
act responsible, to relate effectively and to be able to solve problems without 
showing anger. 





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opefully the implementation of the PASS program will enable all students 
at Euclid High School to become successful members of the classroom like 
these students are. 



Betsy Leonetti, Spanish I and II. 
Joan Lidrbauch, English. 
Joan Linderman, Secretary. 
Karen Little, Security Aide. 
Mary Lomac, English, Social Studies. 



Ken Lowe, English, Fine Arts. 

Marge Lucas, Library Staff. 

Arle Lumadue, Security Aide. 

Marc Manburg, Business, Accounting. 

Steven Marcu, American History, 

Psychology. 



Diane Maroli, Social Studies, American 

History, Current Issues, Asian, African, 

Latin American History. 

Kathy Marsh, Library Staff. 

Allen Matko, OWA Work Adjustment. 

Judy McLaughlin, Junior English. 

Edie Mellen, Commercial Art. 



Carol Meyers, Library Staff. 

Maxine Miles, Show Choir, Choral Masters, 

Choraliers. 

Aldona Miskinis, Geometry, H.S. Math, 

Transition to College Math. 

Ray Montani, Psychology, Vocational 

Automotive II. 

Katie Morris, Biological Science. 

Carole Niebes, Freshman and Junior 

English. 

Joan Paskert, Algebra, Math, S.A.D.D. 

sponsor. 

Judy Paul, Secretary Career Office. 

Adam Pawlowski, Computer Science, 

Mathmatics. 

Jo-Rita Perez, Geometry, Honors Algebra. 

Deborah Petrick, Spanish I and II. 
Robert Petrovic, English I and III, AP 
English, English Dept. Chairperson. 
Roy Pignatiello, Algebra I, Geometry, 
Personal Computers, Asst. Football Coach, 
Head Girl's Basktball Coach. 
Sally Pla, French, German. 
Ronald Powaski, World History, AP 
American History. 



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Jim Presot, Marketing, Business, DECA 
Club Adviser, Freshman Soccer Coach. 
Mike J. Raicevich, Government, Geopoli- 
tics. 

Barbara Ramlow, English I and II, AFS 
Club Adviser. 

Robert R. Ramlow, Co-Chairperson 
Health and Physical Education Dept. Boy's 
Indoor and Outdoor Track Coach. 
Charles Reno, Physics, AP Physics, AP 
Calculus. 

Ann Roberts, HS Math, Honors Geometry, 

Algebra. 

Marie Roden, Attendance Secretary. 

Joe Rodriguez, Physical Education. 

Debbie Rudder, GRADS Program. 

Joyce Russo, Sophomore and Junior 

English. 

Joyce Sadowsky, Main Office Secretary. 
Fred Sallach, Math, Geometry. 
Sandra Sanborn, Math for Modern Living, 
Geometry, Math Analysis. 
Greg Sattler, Occupational Work Experi- 
ence Coordinator. 

Bette Schmeling, Chemistry, Physical 
Science, NHS Sponsor. 

Donata Schultz, Health Aide. 
Pete Schwenke, Physical Education. 
Mickey Segulin, Health Aide. 
Nick Selvaggio, Law Enforcement. 
Paul Serra, Math, Head Baseball Coach. 



Janet Severino, English. 

Michael Sheck, OWA Work Adjustment, 

SAT School Supervisor, Asst. Football 

Coach. 

Elaine Sheridan, Special Education. 

Paula Sheridan, Foods 

Jim Simpson, Social Studies, OWE Lab. 



Bonnie Smith, French I and II. 
Robert A. Smith, Energy, Power and Small 
Engines, Engineering Drafting and Welding. 
Wayne Smith, Honors World History, 
Asian, African, Latin America History. 
Frank Soltesz, Science Topics, Biology, 
Introduction to Physics and Chemistry. 
Barbara Spiga, English, Speech, Peer Tutor 
Coordinator. 






GRADS 

in a family way 



Another new program this year was the GRADS one which stood for, 
Graduation, Reality And Dual-Role Skills. This was for students who 
were either pregnant or were young parents. It was for both males and females 
and focused on knowledge and skills related to positive self image, the medical 
aspects of pregnancy, parenting and economic independence. Mrs. Deborah 
Rudder was the GRADS coordinator at the high school . The students met both 
individually and in groups to discuss ideas to gain confidence and support and 
to increase the likelihood that they would remain in school and be able to 
graduate. 




Speaking of reproduc- 
tion. Mrs. Zubi- 
zarreta is using one 
of the three new copy ma- 
chines that were installed 
in the building for the 
1991-92 school year. 
These were very versatile 
machines that made repro- 
ducing materials for the 
classroom a faster and sim- 
pler operation since the 
Main Office secretaries no 
longer had to do it. The 
machines were located in 
the library and the first 
floor teacher's workroom. 




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iss Carmody and Miss Bambic ran the spirit booth in the stadium during th 
football games. 



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NEW 

NEWS 



' ' T-^ ranc * ^ ew J ourna li sm Class Offered to Euclid High 
JL/ Students" . What a headline! Journalism was offered 
during the second and eighth periods. Taught by Miss. Amato, the 
class consisted of learning the skills necessary to go into a career 
in journalism. The class conducted interviews and wrote stories 
based on them. The class supplied stories to the Survey. The 
course succeeded in opening a new career opportunity to Euclid 
students. 

-Emily Smayda 




Barb Springer, Unit Secretary. 

Judith Stobinski, Freshman and Senior 

English, PALS lab. 

Michael Sustin, Ninth Grade Science. 

Diane Tizzano, Instrumental Music, Asst. 

Band Director. 

Carol Tkac, British Literature, Freshman 

Honors English, Sophomore English. 

Rosemarie Tonn, Unit Secretary. 

Chris Torrelli, Biology, Science Olympics 

Adviser, S.A.V.E. Adviser. 

Peggy Torzewski, Library Staff. 

Pat Turk, Security Aide. 

Dennis Turkall, Math, Algebra, Transition 

to College Math. 



Bill Von Benken, Chemistry, AP Chemis- 
try, Yearbook Adviser. 
Phillis Walsh, Secretary. 
Bob Walsmith, Algebra, Math. 
Cheryl Warman, Special Education. 
Connie Warman, Athletics Secretary. 



Dan Wensing, Algebra, Advanced Math, 

Computers. 

Richard Wherley, Chemistry, Science 

Olympics Adviser, Survey Adviser. 

Mary White, World Cultures, American 

History. 

Carol Williams, Typing, Keyboarding. 

Dick York, Science, English, Math, Special 

Education Dept. Chairperson. 

Judith Zubizarreta, Spanish, Japanese 
Facilitator, Foreign Language Dept. Chair- 
person. 

Ed Greisl, Custodian. 
Karen Hodder, Security Aide. 
Veronica Stadler, Physical Education. 



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tudents in Miss Amato's Journalism Class 
learn the basics of writing for publication in 
newspapers and magazines. 





UNDERCLASS 



Life at Euclid High School is full 
of opportunities for underclass- 
men. A large variety of organiza- 
tions and sports are available to the 
students. The underclass years can 
be very stressful for many students 
since they are striving to meet people 
and form friendships. In a school the 
size of Euclid, the chances of form- 
ing relations is highly likely. Under- 
classmen experience a great change 
in maturity as they move through 
their beginning years at Euclid High 
School. The three years spent as an 
underclassman are essential for cre- 
ating an outstanding senior class. 



-Laurie Sarpolis and Lisa 



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joying themselves at the Wil- 
loughby South football game. 
Michelle Derganc, Staci Johnson, Jennifer 
Simenc and Lisa Aspinwall taking a break from 
their mass-volume experiment in chemistry lab. 
Julie Di Bartolomeo and Lillian Mazzei are friends 
who are looking forward to being with each other for 
several more years. 




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It's sooooo big, is the impression that most 
freshmen get when they first enter the huge 
expanse that is called Euclid High School. 
There are so many halls and so many rooms 
and so many ways to get to the same place or 
to get lost. The Administration hosts an infor- 
mal get together before school begins to ac- 
quaint the freshmen with many of the intrica- 
cies of the school which makes the first few 
days much less painful. No matter what is 
done, though, going into a big, new school as 
a freshmen is a traumatic experience for many 
students. There are so many people to meet 
and new friends to be made. Most of the 
freshmen are able to adjust and go on to 
become productive members of the school. A 
few, however, never seem to be able to make 
the transition to the larger environment of the 
high school and are not able to succeed on the 
high school level. The formation of the new 
PASS unit this year should help to enable 
more freshmen to be successful at Euclid. 



Missy Ferrato, John Scarniench, Mike 
Waltermire and Shannon Nadvornik 
learning many of the important things about 
the world around them in their science class. 
The first day of school saw only freshmen 
going to their classes which helped to accli- 
mate them to the school. Here, some freshmen 
are learning about the process of getting served 
in the cafeteria. Freshmen need several his- 
tory courses in order to graduate such as Mrs. 
Heuer's class shown here. The cafeteria was a 
great place to congregate and discuss the 
day's events. 



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Caron Abshire 
Dawn Adams 
Jesica Adams 
Christine Agaibi 
Richard Agnew 
Dana Allen 
Vernesha Anderson 

Rasa-Lila Andrews 
Elijah Anthony 
Dante Appling 
Frank Argie 
Roschell Ashley 
Laura Baber 
Matthew Baker 

Michael Banach 
Jetaun Banks 
Amy Barber 
Maria Barker 
Charles Barnard 
Shaheena Barnes 
Tammi Barnes 

Kathryn Bartel 
David Bartulovic 
Stephanie Batich 
Larry Battle 
John Bechtel 
Jason Behun 
Jennifer Beiskeidt 

James Belanich 
Chakquera Bell 
Cory Bell 
Meredith Bell 
Lolita Benson 
Louis L Besses 
Dennis Beutler 

Melissa Beverly 
Melissa Bialko 
James Biggom 
Matthew Bilak 
Le Roy Billips 
Carrie Birdsong 
Richard Birdsong 

Tanisha Blackwell 
Elizabeth Blatnik 
Jameka Bloom 
Damon Blunt 
Joseph Boose 
Heather Borcziak 
Clarissa Bowie 

Aaron Boyce 
Niki Brennan 
Adrian Brooks 
Lakiesha Brown 
Rafael D Brown 
Meryann Bruketa 
Jenna Brzeczkowski 



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Marian Burge 
James Burgess 
Kyle Bush 
Alfonzo Cade 
Dontrell Callahan 
Michael Caric 
Kevin Carlson 

Joseph Carrier II 

Courtney Carroll 

Damon Carter 

Latresa Charles 
Russell Chinchar 
Adrienne Chinni 

Jamie Chitwood 

Androniki Christides 

Nicole Christopher 

Charles Ciarlillo 

Calli Ciomek 

Nick Cirino 

Cindy Ciulla 

Bryant Clark 

Kimberly Clark 

Melissa Clark 

Shawn Clarkson 

Sheena Clarkson 

Akilah Coates 

Manicka Collins 

Christopher Colonna 

Michael Congin 

Kevin Conklin 

Dane Cool 

Katherine Copic 

Michael Copley 

Marina Corleto 

Christopher Costa 

Geno Criado 

Michael Cupar 

Scott Custer 

George Cutwright 

Michael Dacar 

James Daugherty 

Antonio Davis 

Hannah Davis 

Danielle De Boe 

Brian Dickard 

Katie Dietrich 

Jessica Dietz 

David Dirk 

Brian Dlugos 

Kimberly Dominique 

Ray Dorsey 

Demetrius Dowell 

Mario Durant 

Gary Dwyer Jr. 

Michael Edwards 

Sylvia Eler 




Freshmen 




Kristina Eminger 
Chad Ernst 
Christopher Fannin 
Paul Felden 
Melissa Ferrato 
Laura Fifolt 
Kelly Focareto 

Michael Fording 
Kathryn Formick 
Lori Franklin 
Tara Frantz 
Joshua Freeh 
Lindsay Freeman 
Nicole Freeman 

Michael Fuduric 
Kevin Gady 
James Gammon 
Jason Ganser 
Dreama Gardner 
Tammy Gardner 
Erika Gaspersic 

William Gast 
Omar Germany 
Karen Gezann 
Anna Giancola 
Carlos Gillyard 
Stacie Glavan 
Jamie Godec 

Kevin Gorman 
Jason Grant 
Jason Gray 
Kevin Gray 
Michele Grayer 
Nikeeya Greer 
Barry Grisez 

Katy Gross 
Cynthia Gustafson 
Amy Guy 
Joshua Haffey 
Jewel Hagood 
Jennifer Haile 
Jennifer Hall 

La Tassha Harper 
Damian Harris 
Ronald Harris 
Sharryse Harris 
Tanyanekia Harris 
Johnathan Harrison 
William Harrison 

William Hartman III 
Nyesha Hartson 
Angela Haynes 
Jennifer Hejduk 
Karvarees Herman 
John Hess 
Charlene Hickman 



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Euclid offers it's students many opportu- 
nities to get involved in extracurricular 
activities. High school is not just a matter of 
going to classes but also the enjoyment of 
getting interested in activities so that you can 
meet other people with similar interests. If 
there is not an existing activity then it is 
possible to get together with other students of 
similar interests and find a teacher who would 
be a sponsor and begin your own club. 



During the first day for freshmen Key 
Club and other clubs had displays set up 
in the cafeteria so freshmen could see what 
the different clubs offered. Laura Kunchik 
and Liza Zorko trying to decide how to get 
there from where they are. 





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Amy Hilger 
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Amy Hodder 
Matthew Hoffman 
Michael Hoffman 
Joshua Holland 

Antoine Holloway 
Jessica Hopkins 
Jeffrey Horton 
Jessica Howard 
Luciana Howard 
Orry Howard 
Rashawn Howard 

Carrie Howell 
Nicole Hudspath 
Amy Hutchins 
Charlea M Hutton 
Matthew Inghram 
De Shawn Jackson 
Israel Jackson Jr. 



Jeffrey Jakse 
Sonia Janezic 
Phillip Janout 
Christina Jenko 
Solema Jennings 
Jesse Jensen 
Valerie Jeroncic 

Gretchen Jogel 
Latanyia Johnson 
Shenise Johnson 
Tenesia Johnson 
Kisha Jones 
Yolanda Jones 
Pamela Jordan 

Joseph Journey 
Carolyn Karnak 
Jennifer Kascak 
Shannon Keeney 
Jessica Keffer 
Sunny-Jim Kelley 
Jeffrey Kelly 

Erikka D. Kemp 
Kevin Ketchum 
Mark Killion 
Montoyia King 
Mary Kiral 
Kristin Kish 
Christopher Kletecka 

Jessica Kochis 
Kristina Koepp 
Brad T. Kovatch 
Joseph Krsak 
Sarah Kuhen 
Mary Kunes 
Angela La China 



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Stephan Ladovich 

Gwendolynn Lapuh 

Jeffrey Latine 

Johnny Lausch 

Melissa Leach 

Shawn Leben 

Jennifer Lepley 

Narieka Lewis 

Amy Lindic 

Benjamin Linn 

Robin Little 

David Longstreth Jr. 

Christopher Lucido 

Joseph Ludvik 

Sean Luikart 

Michelle Ly 

Thang Ly 

Brian Lyons 

Christina Mahle 

Dana Malaney 

Karnita Malone 

Joe Marcelli 

Michelle Martin 

Joseph Marusic 

David Masek 

Tiffany Matlock 

Jason Maynard 

Kevin Mc Carthy 

Lura Mc Clure 

Angelo Mc Coy 

Tameka Mc Coy 

D'Hiati Mc Cray 

Rashaun Mc Dougal 

Latonia Mc Griff 

Sean P. Mc Guckin 

Darnea Mc Kinney 

Michael Mc Millan 

Orlando Meadows 

Nicole Meier 

Rhonda Melton 

Christopher Merritt 

Michael Meyers 

Daniel Mihalic 

Janeen Miklowski 

Demarco Miller 

Raymond Miller 

Tremayne Miller 

Suzanna Miocic 

Rosalyn Miranda 

Rochelle Mitcham 

Christopher Molakakis 

David Mominey 

Douglas Mominey 

Bradford Monroe 

Benjamin Mooney 

Shannon Moore 




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Tia Moore 
Gregory Morris 
Jeffery Morris Jr. 
Todd Mosby 
Todd Moses 
David Moskalski 
Brian Mowell 

Shannon Nadvornik 
William Nainiger 
James Naro III 
Eric Netherly 
Brian Newsome 
Shaunda Niemann 
Kimberly Niksick 

Michael Nocera 
William Norton 
Kory Novak 
Janet O Brien 
Laurie Olszewski 
Mathew Ortman 
Assadi Osama 

Diane Osredkar 
April Padavick 
Steven Pae 
Christine Parey 
Minalben Patel 
Leonidas Patouhas 
Shevaughn Patrick 

Renee Pecnik 
Christina Peralta 
Irma Peredne 
Scott Perry 
Gregory Pesek 
Melissa Petrowski 
Danielle Picard 

Catherine Pikus 
Brent Pirich 
Jessica Post 
Elizabeth Powalie 
Suzanne Prejean 
William Preston 
James Price 

Christine Puglia 
Daniela Reagan 
Melanie Reed 
David Renftle 
Amy Repko 
Laura Rettger 
Stephen Riek 

Robert Rogers 
Ronald Rucker 
Michael Russo 
Angela Sadler 
Christina Salisbury 
Michael Sanders 
Francisco Santiago 






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John Scarniench 

Maria Schiavoni 

Kim Schoval 

Heather Schulz 

Lindsay Schulz 

Kenneth Schuster 

Helene Schwartz 

Carissa Scott 

Samuel Scott 

Seth Sederholm 

Nicholas Seifried 

Patricia Sergo 

La Resha Sharp 

Katrina Sharpe 

Kelly Shea 

Mary Shenk 

Jodi Shields 

Melanie Shippitka 

Shavonne Sims 

Amanda Siplock 

Richard Slade Jr. 

Tara Smith 

Brad Snell 

Wayne Snitzky 

Melko Soric 

Marc Stauffer 

Olen Steelman 

Bina B Stitt 

Carmen Strickland 

Bradford Stroth 

Joseph Strunk 

Laneka Stubbs 

Amy Stuber 

Paula Sustarsic 

Michael Swyt 

Natalie Sylvia 

Kristen Tamburrino 

Desmond Taylor 

Latina Taylor 

Courtney Telich 

Bruce Thomas 

Jeric Thomas 

Gerri Thornburg 
Craig Tillinghast 
Timika N Tisdale 
Dragen Tolo 
Aleksandar Tot 
Karen Touschner 
Christina Tratnik 

Jaimeson Trocheck 

Watley Turner Jr. 

Brian Udovich 

Martha Urh 

Bridgette Varnju 

Anthony Verch 

David Verrocchi 




Freshmen 




Gretchen Vogel 
Leah Walczak 
Thomas Walker 
Kari Wallette 
Michael Waltermire 
Elizabeth Walters 
Rickie Walters 

Damien Ward 
Kevin Warik 
Jennifer Was 
Edwin Watkins 
Daniel Way 
Angel Weems 
Michelle Wenderoth 

Jeffery Whittaker 
Sarah Whittaker 
Daleah Williams 
Michael Williams 
Steven Williams 
Lisa Willoughby 
Cleve Wilson 

Tenia Wilson 
Dannika Witten 
Margaret Wolchko 
Kathleen Wolenski 
James Wolf 
Rebecca Wood 
Kenya Worthington 

Deborah Zagore 
Jennifer Zelenskas 
Gina Zeman 
Maria Zemba 
Lisa Zorko 
Jason Bowers 




Steve Riek trying to decide what books he needs to take to his 
next class. Jason Grant seems to be trying to gather enough 
energy to get to his next class after a strenuous orientation. Jerrick 
Thomas is finding his way around the cafeteria in order to get 
something to eat. Mrs. Tkac seems to be wondering what these new 
students will be able to accomplish in her class. 



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The sophomore year is one of maturing 
into the rigors of high school life. Sopho- 
mores have gained enough maturity so as to 
realize that they have to do a little bit of study- 
ing and have been able to get out of the fresh- 
man class and are well on their way towards 
graduation. It is a very important time of life 
since many sophomores turn sixteen which 
means that getting their driver's license is pos- 
sible. This is what most adolescents look for- 
ward to from their first day in school. 
Sophomores lack the sophistication of juniors 
and seniors and the naivete of being a fresh- 
man. They have a certain innocence which 
makes them very pleasant to be around. 



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eff Granito got to strike the gong 
during the Marching Band's half-time 
ceremonies. 





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Abby Ayer and Carrie Collins are Euclid students who realize that they must eat a good 
meal in order to be healthy. J.V. Cheerleaders, Liesel Sacko, Abby Ayer, Cara Parise, 
Renee Thomas and Carie White helped cheer the JV football on to a 10-0 season. 




Helen Abramovic 
Reid Abriani 
Donte Allen 
Marcus Allen 
Marsha Appling 
Gregory Armaro 

Staci Ashley 
Abby Ayer 
Joseph Bailey III 
Phillip Baioni 
Darlene Baird 
Krystal Baker 

Timothy Banach 
Matthew Barkoot 
Carl Bartlett 
Christopher Barton 
Anthony T Battle 
Jason Baylog 

Carrie Belavich 
Adonis Bell 
Benjamin Bergenstein 
Kimberly Bessire 
Karrie Bialko 
Brandon Biggom 

Drazan Bilavcic 
Stephen Bilyk 
Evand Birkett III 
Kimberly Bischof 
Steven Black 
Tanya Bobbs 

Thomas Bolden 
Issac Bonner 
Johnny Booker 
Matthew Boos 
Sharon Bowling 
Therese Boyarsky 

Fredreka Boykin 
Kevin Bremer 
Blane Britt 
Josip Brkic 
Timothy Brokaw 
Ernieliza Brown 

Ronnie Brown 
Sandra Brown 
Jonathan Buchner 
Grady Buhaley 
Daniel Burke 
Bryan Burless 



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Michael Burns 

Daina Butkus 

Darnika Butler 

Rayshawn Byrd 

Steven Caldwell 

Daneen Callahan 

Michael Caputo 

James Carey 

Patrick Carney 

Sandra Carrera 

Adam Carroll 

David Carroll 

Robert Castrovinci 

Michele Ceranowicz 

Patricia Chatman 

Sarah Chitwood 

Maryann Christopher 

Anka Cindric 

Zelko Cindric 

Michael Cipo 

Christopher Clark 

Isis Clark 

Rikole Clark 

Tiffany J Clark 

Michael Cline 

Caroline Collins 

Kevin Collins 

Damian Colon 

Christiann Conner 

Ralph Cosiano Jr. 

Lakita S Cottingham 

Christine Cox 

Patricia Cox 

Nancy Craig 

Jay Cudo 

Russell Cummings 

Margana Dane 

John David III 

Dion Davs 

Michael Davis 

Lorene Davison 

Donald Dawson 

Tara Day 

Donald De Boe 

Terri De Panicis 

Tracey De Panicis 

Lisa Dean 

Laura Dengel 




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Daina Butkus distributing the Panther Press to the 
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Daniel Derezic 

{Christina Deskins 

Julie Di Bartolomeo 

Christopher Di Biase 

Nicholas Dietz 

Victoria Doles 

Anthony M Dooley 

Michael Doolin 

Brian Dreis 

James Driscoll Jr. 

Mark Drotleff 

Robert Drotleff 

Kristina Dugandzic 

Michael Duke 

Anthony Dulaney 

Suzanne Eckert 

Eric Ehrhardt 

Christine Eppich 

Janet Ervin 

Joseph Evans 

Gia Farone 

Kelly Felice 

Thomas Fenick 

Fernanda Ferrarini 

Tshombe Fisher 

Michele Fogarty 

Thomas Fording 

Melonie Foree 

Latrina Foster 

Heidi Fuhrman 

Chad Gady 

Patricia Galloway 

Thomas Gannon 

Elizabeth Geddes 

Melissa Geiger 

Michael Gibaldi 

Tomeka Gibbs 

Robert Godina 

Paula Good 

Charles Gordon 

Michael Gorman 

Jeffrey Granito 

Orlando Grant 

Melinda Gray 

Damian Grayes 

Brandon Gregory 

Sarah Grieshammer 

Jennifer Griffin 




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Jennifer Grisard 
Susan Grywalski 
Angela Gudaitis 
Robert Guttu 
Steven Guttu 
Julianne Hadyk 

James Haffey 
Carlos Hall 
Charles Hall 
Mario Hall 
Gregory Hancock 
Alfred Harper Jr. 

Jennifer Harrison 
Erin Harsch 
Amanda Hartman 
Andrea Haselbusch 
Dawn Hausen 
Mitchell Hawkins 

Michael Hawthorne 
Albert Helcberger 
Amy Hendrickson 
Susan Henry 
Robert Heramb 
Tiffany Hicks 

Gregory Higham 
Tiffany Highland 
Catherine Hillier 
Craig Hillier 
Mark Hlabse 
Anthony Hocevar 

Bryan Hodge 
Annette Hollis 
Jason Holloman 
Robert Hoover 
Deanna Hoppert 
Marcus Howard 

Terry Howard 
Anthony Hren 
Heather Hughes 
Kwanita Humbert 
Tilden Humphery 
Lisa Iannetta 

Valerie Irby 
Brian Isgro 
Deonna Ivey 
Nicole Jackson 
Richard Jackson 
Jessica Jakimowicz 



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P Neal Jayne 

Ricky Jeffrey 

Kenneth Johnson 

Kevin Johnson 

Ralph Johnson 

Sandra Johnson 

Stacie Johnson 

William Jones 

Brian Jordan 

Scott Jordan 

Peter Joyce 

Dennis Karaba 

Joseph Karabinus 

Melannie Keiffer 

Tyreal Kidd 

Chastity Kilgore 

David Klann 

Casey Kleckner 

Hoyet Knight 

Karen Kollar 

Joseph Kracheck 

Denise Kukla 

Stacy La China 

Jeffrey Lapuh 

Christina Lawrence 

Corey Lederer 

Matthew Lemieux 

Greg Lemmois 

Joanne Leonardi 

Tameka Lewis 

Jason Little 

Robert Lohn 

Edward Lornwell 

James Loveless 

Jree Lowe 

Shawn Lowery 

Matthew Lucas 

Emma Ludvik 

Kyle Lynch 

Christian Mahovlic 

Tamara Maines 

Stanley Makupson II 

Michael Malnar 

Damon Malone 

Stacy Mannarino 

Bernardo Maria 

Nathaniel Marron 

Tatiana Marteletti 




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MOTIVATION 

Reggie Dabbs talked about tough times 




On November 15, during the second period many Euclid students got to 
hear a motivational speech by Mr. Reggie Dabbs. The previous year 
Reggie was at Euclid with Dave Roever who talked about his incident in Viet 
Nam where a phosphorous grenade exploded in his face. 
This year Reggie talked about his life as a fatherless child who was taken in by 
a family and had pride instilled in him. He showed how really hard of a life he 
had and how he was able to get through it. 



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Students in the stadium during the evacuation of the school 
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Thomas Massingill 

Michele Masten 

Charles Maxwell 

Ricky Maxwell 

Patrick May 

Rhonda Maynard 

Maria Mazar 

Lillian Mazzei 

Altonio Mc Cants 

Kevin Mc Cartney 

Dina Mc Closkey 

Jason Mc Creight 

Otha Mc Daniel 

Sharon Mc Ewen 

Christopher Mc Kay 

Justin Mc Kee 

Michael Mc Neill 

Stacey Meden 

Tina Medved 
John Melaragno 
Timothy Merrill 

Tina Michael 

Kristen Mihalic 

Danielle Milinski 

Cecilia Miller 

Jane Miller 

Brent Mingle 

Courtney Miranda 

Ray Mominey 

Melanie Monge 

Debra Moore 

Thomas Moore 

Carrie Morris 

Terance Morrison 

Shawn Mowell 

Brian Moyer 

Kelly Moyer 

John Mueller 

Joanne Mullen 

Nicole Munici 

Elizabeth Muzinic 

Melissa Nagode 

Sarah Nehrig 

Eric Newsom 

Stephen Nicolosi 

Takia Norman 

Adam Norris 

Mary Nosan 




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James Nowosielski 
Michael Nugent 
Nicholas Oletz 
Martin O'Neill 
Matthew Orgovan 
Helen Oroz 

Marie Ortman 
Andy Padavick 
Sherry Padavick 
Despina Pagonis 
Nicholas Papo 
Erika Papp 

Cara Parise 
William Parsons 
Sarah Payne 
Chamika Peacock 
Pepe Pearson 
Joshua Pelz 

Peter Perez 
Joseph Perry 
Lynnette Perry 
Bobby Peru 
Matthew Peters 
Brian Petrowski 

Michael Petty 
Devanie Pfahl 
Scott Pfeifer 
Nicole Phillips 
Nathanial Phillips II 
Alphonzo Phillips Jr. 

Justin Pierce 
James Pikus 
Dawn Piotrowski 
Tiruss Pittman 
Debbie Podmore 
Jason Pope 

Anthony Powell 
Timothy Powell 
Lisa Primosch 
Nino Prodan 
Kacie Ray 
Willie Reed 

James Reksten 
Allison Repko 
Lisa Rhodes 
Wyley Richardson 
Scott Ridings 
Akilah Robinson 



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Wilson Rogers Jr. 

Mike Rotch 

Tony Rozic 

Kevin Rusack 

Kyle Russ 

Liesel Sacko 

Rebecca Sakatch 

Alicia Salvatore 

Jason Samsa 

Lauren Sarpolis 

Paris Saunders 

Heather Scaife 

Kevin Schill 

Jenifer Schilling 

Terese M Schneider 

Kimberly Schultz 

Tammi Schultz 

Samuel Schwan 

David Scimenes 

Samuel Seawright 

Gary Senger 

Christina Sergo 

Patricia Sheck 

Christie Shelton 

Theodore Shepherd 

Ricce Sherels 

Rebecca Shrader 

Dorian Shy 

Gregory Simmons 

Nicole Skuly 

Charles Smialek 

Antonio Smith 

Brandon Smith 

Demetrius Smith 

Donovan Smith 

Elaine Smith 

Erin Smith 

Heather Soutar 

Zachary Spencer 

Anthony Springer 

Greta Staples 

Lisabeth Steele 

Michael Stepic 
Kevin Sterrick 
Vanya Stewart 
Mark Stillings 
Aaron Stocum 
Michelle Suchy 




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wice in one week in October, school was 

dismissed early due to fires in the school. On 

Tuesday, October 15, the students were sent home at 

2:15 because of a burning smell and smoke in the office 

corridor, which was later discovered to have been caused by a faulty 

ballast transformer in a fluorescent light in a showcase in the front 

corridor. On Thursday, October 17, the building was evacuated 

during the second period when smoke was again detected in the 

boy's pool. All students and staff members waited in the stadium 

for about 30 minutes. The cause of the smoke could not be 

discovered so classes were dismissed for the rest of the 

day. Just afterthe students left it was discovered that a piece of wood 

in the roof was smouldering throughout the night because a roofer's 

torch had been set down incorrectly. 

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The fluorescent light that started the first smoke. Students waiting 
around in the stadium while the Fire Department tried to deter- 
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Kala Sullivan 

Kimberlly Sumpter 

Anthony Sustarsic 

Luciana Sylvia 

Ebony S Taylor 

Joseph Tekavec 

Ernest Telford 
Robert Tepley 
Bruce Thomas 
Dana Thomas 
Renee Thomas 
Andrew Thompson 

Anitra D Thurman 

Timera Timmons 

Steven Tingley 

Karin Tinker 

Gene Toler 

Brian Tomazic 

Mark Tome 

Michael Tomsic 

Douglas Torzewski 

Kevin Troy 

Naja Tucker 

Tamika Tuggle 

Michael Turk 

Kevin Tyree 

Leann Uchbar 

Adam Van Ho 

Brian Vargo 

Steven Vaslavsky 

Crystal Vaughn 

Tammi Vicic 

Amy Von Sick 

Kresimir Vucic 

William Vuyancih 

David Wagner 

Jeannette Wagner 

William Wagner 

Jaime Wakkila 

Michael Walczak 

Raquel Ware 

Brent Warren 

Adam Weber 

Margaret Wein 

Jacquelyn Welsh 

Ronald Wenderoth 

Carrie White 

Tamika White 




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Shelina Whitmore 
Andrea Williams 
Rashaan Williams 
Bruce Willingham 
James Willis 
Amy Wilson 

Martin Witczak 
Nichole Witten 
Damon Wright 
Michael Yurcich 
Denis Zaharija 
Melissa Zahtila 

Stephen Zahursky 
Christine Zakrajsek 
Catherine Zalar 
James Zdesar 
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Liesel Sacko, Maggie Dane, Julianne Hadyk and Lisa Steele getting 
some homework done during their lunch period. 
Mike Yurcich, Jay Cudo, Scott Jordan and Joe Perry are more concerned with 
eating than with their homework. 



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ONLY ONE YEAR TO GO 



Juniors are in a unique position. 
They are not seniors and, there- 
fore, are not the oldest students in the 
school, and they are no longer sopho- 
mores so they lack the innocence of 
youth. They have advanced to the point 
where they are expected to be able to 
make decisions for themselves but are 
not the ruling class in the school. They 
have to be content with making it 
through the year so they can be se- 
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annual Student Council 
halloween party. Sandy 
Johnson and Virginia Bush 
seem to be discussing the all 
the wonderful things that 
they hope to be doing in the 
future. Melissa Parey is just 
happy to be around her 
friends. 



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Kristen Akos 
Christopher Alexander 
Jae Amos 
Gregory Aquilano 
Louis Armaro 
Joyce Ashman 

Tonia Ashurst 
Lisa Aspinwall 
Christopher Atlas 
Roxanne Babic 
Kelly Bartel 
Robyn Barwidi 

Gregory Bauer 
Rebecca Bechtel 
Joana Behrens 
Tara Behun 
Anthony Beletic 
De Launda Benjamin 

Jennifer Berry 
James Biggom 
Lamicca Blackwell 
Jeri Anne Bleigh 
Joshua Boncha 
Lonzelle Booker 

Shamarr Borden 
Michael Boyce 
A Chyrese Boyd 
Linda Bradley 
Jennifer Brizes 
Katherine Brodzinski 

Kelly Brown 
James Bucknot 
Christine Bunn 
Dan Burke 
John Burnette 
Brian Bush 

Virginia Bush 
Monica Cable 
Catherine Caine 
Cynthia Caldwell 
Garry Caldwell 
Daymond Callahan 

Eric Cantini 
Eric Carlson 
Daniel Carlton 
Bridie Carroll 
Michael Cating 
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Christine Cesa 

Donaze Chatman 

Rachel Chitwood 

Mark Chmielewski 

Shannon Chrestoff 

Shannon Christen 

Olympia Christides 

John Cimperman 

Carrie Clark 

Quasheba Cleveland 

David Coleman 

Karin Collins 

Gregory Comiskey 

Casey Cool 

Scott Cooper 

Mario Covic 

Selena Cox 

Calvin Crutchfield 

Maria D'Amico 

Carol Dacar 

Jennifer Daly 

Kenneth Davidson 

Matthew Davis 

Damon De Andrade 

Mark Del Monte 

Christine Dennick 

Andrew Derezic 

Michelle Derganc 

Kevin Dietz 

Jennifer Dineen 

Chad Dixon 

Keyonna Dominique 

Christopher Donato 

Peter Dornai 

Erika Drake 

De Moulh Dudley 

Sakina Dudley 
Chad Dulla 

Wendy Durket 
Loro Dushaj 

Eugene Dycks 
Eric Dysart 

Gerard Echon 

Andrew Ehrhardt 

Tosha Elliott 

Jean Enneper 

Mladan Erak 

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PARTICIPATIO 




Look at all the students 
enjoying Euclid's activities 



RaeshuanJernigan 
coming around 
the right side of the line 
with Pepe Pearson 
blocking for him. 
Members of Varsity 
Chorale singing the 
Alma Mater before a 
football game. Matt Pe- 
ters working in shop 
class. Steve Barstow 
trying to take the ball 
away from one of 
Euclid's opponents. 
Meredith Mihalic serv- 
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LOOK IN THE BOOK 



The library is the place to g 

when you need help 



Shantai Jones knows that the card catalog is the 
place to begin when you are trying to look up 
a topic in the Library. Adam Weber and Mike 
Cating are often found in the Library where they 
do research for their classes. The students in Mrs. 
Zubizarreta's foreign language classes sometimes 
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Stacie Evans 
Shaquita Farrow 
Alice Feranac 
Matthew Fifolt 
Brian Francetic 
Stacey Frano 

Mark Fuduric 
Christian Furlong 
Hakesia Gadson 
Quanita Gage 
Christie Gallon 
Timothy Gannon 

Mosadi-Rra Garner 
Lisa Gavin 
Kirk Gilbert 
Christy Gochneaur 
Clarence Gordon 
Kevin Granito 

Ikeira Gray 
Angelissa Grayer 
Eric Green 
Rubin Green 
Thomas Gugliotta 
Debra Gustafson 

Stacy Gustafson 
Jason Gustetic 
Keely Hall 
Jacqueline Hamilton 
Lesley Hamilton 
Eileen Hannan 

David Harmon 
Tamara Harmon 
Regina Harper 
Tremaine Harris 
Larry Harris Jr. 
Jennifer Harrison 

Derek Harsh 
Gregory Hart 
Paul Hartson 
Monique Hayes 
April Haynes 
Ericka Head 

Christina Herbert 
Scott Herbert 
David Hess 
Amy Heuer 
Miriam Hohs 
Joan Hunter 



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Robert Hutson 

Dawn Jerele 

Raeshuan Jernigan 

Lanesha Johnson 

Lillian Johnson 

Amont Jones 

Ayonna Jones 

Demetria Jones 

Robin Jones 

Shantai Jones 

Angela Jorz 

Benjamin Juengel 

Monique Jergensen 

Konstantina Kadras 

David Kale 

Caroline Kane 

Fred Karaba 

Anne King 

Monolito King 

Stephanie Knirnschild 

Lynda Knistautas 

John Kobe 

Timothy Kohanski 

Daniel Kohler 

David Korb 

Karly Kovac 

Mark Kovacevich 

Jefrey Kristoff 

Michelle Kusa 

Mark Kwiatkowski 

Jimmie Lake Jr. 

Jeremy Lange 

Matthew Lanzaretta 

Eric Lawrence 

Michael Lee 

Robert Lemieux 

Shu-Hui Lin 

Susan Lishing 

Patrick Longbrake Jr. 

April Luikart 

Amanda Luke 

Brian Macleod 

Sarah Madden 

Carie Majercik 

Jozefina Mance 

Ellen Mansperger 

Carla Marcelli 

Jane Marchuk 




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LOOK AT THE WORLD 



rhe world certainly changed throughout the 1 99 1 -92 
school year. The continuing changes in the Soviet 
Jnion dominated the news. Soviet leader Mikhail 
}orbachev, who played such an important part in the 
ieginning of the reforms in Russia, lost much of his 
lower to Russian President Boris Yeltsin. After the 
insuccessful military coup in August many Russian 
epublics began dropping out of the Soviet Empire to 
tecome independent states. The world had to be con- 
erned with the many nuclear weapons that were now 
tot in the control of the Soviet Union. A new term, 
(SU(Ex Soviet Union), was coined to describe the 
epublics that seceded from the Soviet Union. The once 
>owerful Communist Party was removed from leader- 
hip. The world was very different from what it had been. 



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probably wondering how the changes in the world will affect them 
in the future. 



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LOOKING AT THE USA 



Foreign exchange student 
America in a different way 



arcos Andrade is a Foreign Exchange student from Beira 
Alta, Portugal. He entered the AFS program to prepare 

himself to be a more knowledgeable person. He found America to 

be a big place in comparison with his home. He stayed with Kirk 

Israel. 

One big difference he found with American schools was the lack 

of freedom that the students had. The schools in Portugal were 

more similar to American colleges in that the students had the 

option to leave the school grounds at any time or to spend study 

hall time outside the school or even at home 

He said that young people in the United States had less freedom 

than in Portugal where there were no restrictions on night clubs or 

drinking nor any curfews. 

Marcos hopes to finish his education and become a film producer. 



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arcos Andrade discussing his country with Jennifer Simenc, 
Lisa Aspinwall and Amy Heuer. 



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Samuel Marchuk 
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Kelly Marunowski 
Anthony Marusic 
Jennifer Masek 
James Masterson 

Margaret Maurer 
Joseph Mc Crone 
Shannon Mc Duffie 
Danielle Mc Groder 
Michael Mc Guinness- 
Jewvon Mc Michael 

Dawn Medved 
Gary Meeks 
Danno Meros 
Maureen Meyers 
Meredith Mihalic 
Christine Minich 

Paul Miocic 
Chandrielle Mitchell 
Monesha Mitchell 
Christie Mlac 
Patricia Mogyorody 
Julie Montagner 

Priest Moore 
Jennifer Moorman 
Herbert Morris 
Raymond Morris 
Hallie Morrison 
Martin Moushey 

Angelina Munici 
Wendy Myles 
Lisa Mytrosevich 
Erika Nagy 
Michael Nagy 
Darryl Nash 

Shawn Neal 
Sherry Nemerovsky 
Jolie Negrelli 
Andrew Newsome 
Laura Nickell 
John Nolan 

Christopher Norton 
Kenneth Novak 
Marie Novak 
Silvia Orsulic 
James Paolucci 
Melissa Parey 



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Katherine Patterson 

Nicole Patterson 

Damon Patton 

Julie Pekol 

Josh Pelz 

Teresa Penny 

Bryan Peoples 

Raymond Perme 

Christopher Perovsek 

Mark Peters 

Jason Petrasko 

Kari Petrik 

Michael Petterson 

Rebekah Phillips 

Jennifer Picozzi 

Lakesha Pierce 

Rachel Pikus 

David Podmore 

Tameka Pollard 

Ginger Pomiecko 

Sean J Popov ic 

Angelina Popp 

Melissa Powalie 

James Puglia 

F Jason Pursley 

Nakia Ransaw 

Richard Reed 

Robert Reichert 

Adam Reichman 

Katherine Rhodes 

Wendy Richmond 

Michael Riha 

Kimberly Ritz 

James Rogers 

Matt Rogonjic 

Robert Roll 

Kenneth Rose 

Eric Roth 

Paul Roth 

Amanda Rowe 

Paul Runza 

Melissa Rychlik 

Kimberly Sabel 

Esan Sabur 

Andrew Sadler 

Joseph Sakatch 

Joseph Salopek 

James Sas 




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On October 9 and 1 the first Parent-Teacher Conferences of the year 
were held. They were Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. 
Students did not have class on Thursday which made for a long weekend 
since Friday was NEOTA Day. The conferences gave parents a chance to 
meet their children's teachers and to learn how they were doing. Here, Mr. 
Presot and Mr. Sustin discuss progress with parents. 




iarents can monitor their children's progress in class by 
talking to the teachers during Parent-Teacher Conferences. 



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CLASS 




The classroom environment is the very essence of educa- 
tion and how it is conducted dictates whether or not 
learning will take place. Mr. Walsmith's and Mrs. Niebes' 
classrooms are examples of a positive learning situation. 



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The Sun's always shining in 
your neighborhood. 



THE NEWS IS OUT AND THE WORD IS GOOD. 



The sky could be falling, but it won't fall on 
you. Because Sun Newspapers covers your 
neighborhood and keeps you in the light. 
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Lauren Scheurman 
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Victor Seper 
James Shamp 
Bryan Shantery 

Matthew Sholtis 
Todd Shuskey 
Ronald Siedler 
Jennifer Simenc 
Nathan Siplock 
Mario Skandul 

Suzanne Skrab 
Holly Slaybaugh 
Elizabeth Slogar 
Jeffrey Smith 
Latonya Smith 
Maria Spada 

Sheldon Sparks 
Ramon Starling 
Maureen Strbac 
Bonnie Struna 
Angela Sustarsic 
Mark Swan 

Kimberly Swearingen 
Vincent Sztul 
Jill Taplin 
Mark Taylor 
Shawn Thomas 
Darryl L Thompson 

Rebecca Thompson 
Shawn Thompson 
James Timm 
James Timmons 
Zeljko Tolo 
Freank Tomaro 

Monica Tomazic 
Aundray Toney 
Michael Toth 
Jumal Trice 
Scott Trimmer 
Angela Trzcinski 

Julie Tucci 
Shawn Tucker 
Linda Turchik 
Joanne Turek 
Su Yong U 
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Gabrielle Ursich 

Steven Vaccarino 

Ivica Valentic 

Davong Vannarath 

Kimberly Veedmont 

Daniel Vega 

Denice Virant 

Bryan Walczak 

Kristana Walden 

Jody Wallette 

Kathleen Walsh 

Cherie Walters 

Damon Ware 

Melanie Wargo 

Pamela Watkins 

Mary Wein 

Robert Welch 

Danita Wells 

Cynthia Welsh 

John C Wheeler 

Anton Williams 

Grady Wilson 

Melissa Wilson 

Tina Wilson 

Stephen Wise 

Michelle Witt 

Jason Woide 

Jeremy Wojdak 

Jennifer Wolchko 

Jennifer Wolenski 

Toni Marie Yafanaro 

Kathleen Young 

Anita Zajec 

Mariana Zdrilic 

Jackie Zele 

Christine Zivnoska 





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MarianaZdrilic making sure she has everything she needs from her locker before she go< 
to class. Lisa Aspinwall, Amy Heuer and Meredith Mihalic discussing the importai 
parts of their science experiment. 



betting Through 




During the summer of 1990, Euclid High School was wired and equipped with 
the Whittle Communication System, Channel One. This was used to bring 

Channel One broadcasts into the homerooms throughout the school. It was really 

appreciated during the 

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end of the 1990-91 
school year and 
continuing 
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since the students 
were able to get up-to- 
the-minute informa- 
tion about what was 
going on. Morning an- 
nouncements, how- 
ever, were still pre- 
sented over the P.A. 
system. 




92 school year the 
morning an- 
nouncements were 
presented using the 
Whittle equipment 



so that the announcers could be seen as well as heard. This was brought about by 
integrating the Media Aides and the Morning Announcers with members of the 
Media Aides becoming TV technicians and the P.A. announcers becoming TV 
personalities. This has brought about a much greater interaction between the 
announcers and the audience. The people in the homeroom pay much more attention 
to the TV broadcasts than they did to the P.A. announcements since they can see 
exactly who is making the announcement and there is a greater chance for creativity. 
The Whittle system has been a great asset so far and shows promise of being even 
a bigger asset in the years to come. 



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SENIOR 




Paul Kostansek, Stacie Evans, Hope Robinson and Dionne Sims getting together during 
the Homecoming Game before presenting the Homecoming Queen and Court to the 

fans. H^ 





By the time students become seniors, many realize that getting to school on time is 
very good habit to get into since many prospective employers look at the attendano 
record of their applicants to see if they are in the habit of arriving on time. 

Being a senior 
means having 
more responsibili- 
ties and advan- 
tages. Seniors were 
allowed to go to a 
special assembly 
dealing with the 
Bill of Rights in 
conjunction with 
their History 
classes. 




DIVIDER 





Vhile the offense is on the field, Coach Rezzolla gives 
lefensive players, Sam Di Bartolomeo and Bryan Peoples, 
ome advice on how to handle the opposing team. 



As freshmen they saw Euclid High School as a mountain, 
beckoning them to climb. As sophomores, the top could be seen, but reaching 
it still seemed an impossible task. During their junior year the summit was in 
reach, and the end of the journey was within their grasp. Now, as seniors, the class of 
1992 have reached their goal and are now able to gaze back down the mountain. What 
they saw were four years of anticipation, wondering what the future would bring them. 
For many, high school was a time of tremendous pressure. Students strived for good 
grades, studied for weekly exams, crammed for finals, and some prepared for advanced 
placement examinations. High school was an endless party for others, whose primary 
concerns were to get passing grades to be able to graduate in June. 
The Class of '92 will never forget the accomplishments of Euclid's various clubs 
and activities, or the exceptional athletic success stories of the Panther teams. 
Memories of spirited pep rallies, dances, Homecomings, and Winterfests will 
be fondly remembered by all who attended them. 

No one can tell what the future will hold for the graduates. With a little luck, 

the Class of 1992 will be able to remain at the peak of their mountain for many 

years to come. |n^ ^^| 

-Kristen Gajowski 5fl 




'articipation in the many events that go on at Euclid High School is a 
jood way to feel involved in student life. Homecoming was a good 
vay that allowed many students to participate in school activities. 
itudents did everything from passing around petitions to be signed, 
Hitting up signs, making tapes for the morning announcements, 
lecorating for the dance and many other activities that were a part of 
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Cheerleaders are always an example of spirit at Euclid High School. Here are 
Lisa Aspinwall, Laura Nickell, Kristen Golinar, Lauren Scheurman, Irene Dejak, 
Mary McNamara, Tahitha Gamble, Holly Scott, Janelle Groves and Christen 
Fogarty showing how much enjoy being at Euclid High School. 





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eniors are the oldest and supposedly wisest students in high school. Euclid High 
School has its share of old and wise students. Here are Kristen Fogarty, Katy 
Schoen, Kelly Kekic, Heather Graffius, Kim Ritz, Kelly Dwyer, Janelle Groves, 
Jackie Zele, Emily Smayda, Bill Aube, Corri Turkall, Debra Long, Mike Karabinus 




Michelle Lynn Abshire Stephanie Akers 




Walter Archie 



John Arlesic 




Christopher Barton 



Davera Beard 








Stacey Brown 



Anthony Bruketa 



Ronald Bryant Jr. Nicholas Burdock Bridget Marie Burich 




sWimwith 

Daymond Callahan 



James Calwise III Latrice Campbell Joseph Capuozzo Christine Carlton 



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Juliet Blackford 



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Darrell Brooks 



Saulius Butkus 




Brian Bowers 



Looking Home 

Homecoming gives 
seniors a chance 
to shine 




Donjuanna 
Marguerite Brown 





David Caldwell 





Brian Cavanaugh Jacquelyn I Chambers 




I Can't Eat This 




No matter how good the food is, students feel 
that it is their duty to complain about it. Actu- 
ally, Euclid's food is very good in comparison to 
other schools that have the food prepared outside 
the school and brought in for each meal. Visitors 
from other schools usually remark about the high 
quality of our food. Here are Mike Kim, Marija 
Raguz, Tessa Cunningham, Dana Duran, Jennifer 
Hiser, Jennifer Pinzarroni, Kelly Hodder and Joy 
Lewin enjoying their lunch break. 




Donaze Chatman Stephanie Christopher 





Angela Collins 



Jacklyn Collins 




Nicole Charmain 
Crawford 



Dawn Crosby 




Mikey Phfonrin Curtis- 






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Anthony Cucanich Damen Cummings Ronald Cunningham Tessa Cunningham 

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David Cupar 






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Kenneth Davidson Kenneth Davis 





Jason Devine Michael Di Bartolomeo Samuel Di Bartolomeo John Di Pasq 



icole Tanisha Lorick 
Dickerson 




Angela Dixon 



Dennis Dixon 



Stewart Doboze 



Ronald Dodge 



Jeffrey Dolsen 





M. Kathleen Ells 



Bassem El-Khatib 



GET TO SCHOOL 




Joe Godina, Jackie Zele, Matt Dane and Joe Sakatch rushing to get to 
school on time, while Kathy Muscarella, Irene Dejak, Shannon Marek, 
Heather Graffius, Chris Subel Jill Slattery, Paul Runza and Benji Boyd 
stroll in later. 




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Student Council officers, Dionne Sims and 
Meghan Gorman, announced the candidates for 
Homecoming King and Queen and their court at an 
assembly held in the auditorium. The candidates 
were escorted by members of the football team and 
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Christopher Emrich William Eppich 




Audrey Gboney 



vonne Gboney 



Karin P. Esch 



Amora Francis 




Mathew Faulisi Michelle J. Ferrato Jennifer Fetkovich Kimberly Florian 




Natalie Frame 



Christina Gaeta Kristen T. Gajowski Edward M. Galosi 




Tadas Gelazis Renee Elizabeth Gembarski Lynn Gessler 




oseph Gibaldi 



Shanel Gibson 






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Joeseph Godina 



Joe Gojevic 



Kristen M. Golinar Marcos Gomez 



Meghan Gorman 




Janelle C. Groves 



John Gugliotta Timothy Haggerty 



Tona Haile 



Eddie Harper 




Wendy Harris 



Marganna Hartman Tamara Ann Hausen 



Rachael M. Hayes 



Alana Haynes 



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Heather Graffius 



Pamela Grisard 



Scott Gray 




Jeff Grossman 




Gretchen Heck 



Christina Herbert 




Seniors 




s~*i eniors play a big part in Euclid's athletic program since 
^^ they are the oldest and most mature and are, therefore, the 
leaders on the sport's teams. Here is Brian Dunmire getting 
ready to tee off the ball for the golf team and John Arlesic, 
Benji Boyd and Adam Reichman being congratulated by coach 
Tom Banc after scoring a touchdown. 



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TEAMS 




Tony Bruketa and 

Bill Eppich trying to 

get to the ball during 

a soccer match. Julie 

Montagner, Jennifer 

Hiser, Corri Turkall, 

Kelly Hodder and 

Joy Lewin getting 

ready to receive a 

serve during a 

volleyball game and 

Jennifer Melnyk 

return a volley 

during a tennis 

match with Lisa 

Moster ready to back 

her up. 





Gretchen Heck 



Marrico Herman 




Carlita Horton 



Dawn Howard 




Michael L. Karabinus Laurie Kausek 






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Seniors 





Lynn Keaveney 



Anthony Keffer 



Kelly Kekic 



Lisa Kekic 



Devin Kelley 



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Seniors \ 161 




Seona Latine 



Darrell Lausche 



Lovey Lawrence 



Paul Lech 






Joseph J. Leonardi 



Debra Ann Long 



Nicole Lott Kristen R. Loveless Donald Lowery 



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Candi Lukat 



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Paul Kostansek 



Joy C. Lewin 



Kimberly Lyle 




Edward Kovacic 




Stephen Lindsey 




Michele Lee Lynn 



Something that 
Euclid students have 




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ari Wallette and Kathy Muscarella doing their best 
on the cross-country course in Chapin Forest. 
Debbie Risko and Tracy Marincek show that there are 
many happy times during the school day. Flag Corps 
members, Lynn Gessler and Pam Grisard, having a 
good time before the East Football game. 





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With only four minutes to get from 

class to class, students have to make 

good use of their passing time. 




Kristen Golinar, Dave Kimball, Amy 
Ayer, Angie Collins, Kim Ritz and 
Janelle Groves in the process of going 
to their next class. 




Azmam 

Mike Mannarino Melissa Marchuk 




Joseph Mc Arthur Kelly Mc Candless 




Mary Mc Namara 



Chantelle Medves 




Michael Mitchell 



Denise Moore 



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Seniors 




Shannon E. Marek Tracy Marincek Oliver Markon 



Teri Mason De Vonna Mauldin 




Michael Mc Dougall Erica Mc Duffie Deliska Laureen Mc Ghee Martin Mc Grath Angela Mc Kean 




Jennifer Melnyk Anthony Merritt Lydia Mikulcic Rashid Mitcham Donovan Mitchell 




Stephanie Moses Elizabeth Moster Kathy Lynn Muscarella Damien Myers 



Darryl Nash 





Rachel Norton Lawrence M. Nosse 



Anne Pekol 



Leah Nowak Joseph Nowosielski Colleen Nugent 

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Tequila Pennington Nicholas Perry 



Jeffrey Pesek 



Tracy Petkovic 




Karen Phipps 



Dan Pike 



Christine Pinzarroni 



Jacqueline M. 
Piscitello 



Michelle Plevelich 



166 



Seniors 






Noreen Nugent 





Ben Pfahl 



Jack Nykiel 




Shane Parrino Manishbhai Patel 




Jason Phillis 




Joe Ponsart 



Deborah Powell 




eggie Obeng helping Mr. Reno in Advanced Place- 
ment Physics class. Jennie Zele and Katie Schoer 
working in their classes. 




Look At Us 



Going to class 
to study and learn 




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onald Lowery thinking about what to do next in class while Gretchen Heck seems 
to know what she will be doing next. Dawn Crosby is trying to get some informa- 
tion from her neig hbor. 




Steve Powell 



Richard Reed 



Francie Rivera 



Jon Sajatowski 



Angela M. Pritchett 




Angela Relliford 




Hope Robinson 




Joe Sakatch 




Jim Puglia 



Joseph Pupo Karen Lynn Radachy Marija Raguz 



Michelle Reed 




Katie Rhodes Anjanette Richardson Denise Riedel Debrah Michelle Risko Kim Ritz 




James Rogers 



Rachel Rosberg 



Leon Rozic 



Ann Ruggeri 



Paul Runza 




Marine Salupo 



Joshua Samas Kristen Diane Sarpolis Robert Savchuk Keith D. Scheurman Jr. 




Holly K. Scott 




Look at me 





Steve Lindsay and Benji 
Boyd trying to look 

cool while Sean Socha and 
Julie Juratic try to look 
relaxed. Devan Kelley just 
looks surprised. 



Gregory Sonnhalter 







Seniors \ 171 





Radio Waves 



The seniors at Euclid High School were 
polled as to their favorite radio station. 
108 FM, WPHR received the most votes. 
100.7 WMMS came in second. College radio 
WUJC, 88.7 came in third. Other popular 
stations were 98.5, 92.3, 93.1 and 98.5. 




David Baioni looks 
as if he is thinking 
about the music that he 
will be hearing on the way 
home from school. Tadas 
Gelazis doesn't seem to 
approve of the music that 
he is hearing. 






Jennifer Spada 



Samantha M. K. 
Spencer 




Christine D. Subel 



Erick Swanson 




Frederick Thompson Michael Thomas 




Corrine Turkall 



Jenni Van Ness 



172 



Seniors 




Catherine Spiegel 



Robin Staples 



Adrienne Strukel Holly Ann Struna Anne Stryjewski 







Heather Swan 




Spencer Thomas Kathryn Tillinghast Neh-Von Tolbert 



Mark Tomsic 



Nikki Toth 




Michelle Voll Nicholas Vunderink John Vuyancih Anthony L. Walker Jr. Rhoan Wallace 





Seniors < 173 




Sheena Wallace 



Cheryl Waller Karrie Waltermire Renee Walton Eric Wandersleben 




Josef Wein 



Russell Weiss 



Vanessa White Kimberly Whiteman Dranoel S. Wilkerson 




Juan Williams 



Ethan Wilt 



Michael E. Witczak 



Richard J. Wolf 



Steven Workman 




Robert Yoe 



Nathan Young Jo Anne Zakrajsek Courtney Zappia 



Jackie Zele 



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Wendy W. Wang Kimberly Warik 




Camara Williams Gregory Williams 




Anthony Yanni 



Stephanie Yelstik 




Jure Zovko 



Barbara Zupancic 



Movies 

Euclid students had 
many favorite movies. 
It almost seemed as if 
everyone had their 
own favorite. A couple 
that appeared more 
than once were Rocky 
and Top Gun. 






Dina Schiavoni and Mike Mihalic might go to one of their favorite movies 
after the football game while Matt Killion, Kim Whiteman and Jack 
Nickels could be thinking about one of their favorite ones. 



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The following seniors did not have their picture taken 
and, therefore, do not appear with the rest of the 
seniors. Michael Balogh, Shelley Banning, Edward Boyle, 
Jose Carrera, Ivan Franic, Erica Glover, Samantha Graves 
Melanie Hart, Shelli Jackson, Heather Mock, Richard 
Soprek and Alaster Winston. 



In Memoriam 




On July 29, 1 984 Tracy L. Cusack was swimming 
in a race at Centerville Mills Summer Camp. 
After the race she said she felt dizzy and couldn't 
breathe. She was given mouth-to-mouth resusci- 
tation but never recovered. The cause of death 
was never determined. She would have been a 
senior graduating with the class of 1992. Her 
parents would like to share this story with her 
friends. 
To Our Dearest Daughter Tracy, 

The last seven years have been the hardest to 
cope with, because you have not been here to 
share them with us. We know love is eternal, but 
it's hard without your sense of humor and great 
personality!!! We have nothing but wonderful 
memories of you, and they will last forever. 

Tracy, we will be going to see all your friends 
graduate as the class of '92. It will be hard not 
seeing you there, but you will be remembered in 
the hearts of all graduates, faculty, all others 
present, and mostly by mom, dad and family. 

We will never for get you, for love is eternal 
Mr. and Mrs. David Covelli 



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There's a corner up in heaven 
Where the little babies play 
And our Blessed Mother watches 
All throughout the live long day. 
They're a happy lot, these babies 
Sure the reason's very plain 
For they've missed the worlds' contagion 
Came unscathed, without its' pain 
'Tis an angel band they call them, 
And you both should happy be. 
You're the parents of an angel. 
'Cause your baby's there you see. 
Yes, and smiling down upon you 
With an innocence sublime; 
Waiting, watching for the parents 
It will meet again in time 
You should never be rebellious 
Rather thank a loving God 
For your little guardian Angel, 
As along life's way you plod. 
With a faith that never falters 
Clasping each the other's hand 
t'J.edge yourselves to meet your baby, 
yfc,that better happy land. 
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Stephanie Christopher phoning 
home to find out what is going on 
and Kristen Loveless and Joy Lewin 
enjoying themselves during lunch. 



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SANTAS AND ELVES 



■If day raises money for prom 




Decked out in bells, elf hats, and al 
the red and green they could find, 
members of the class of '92 transformed 
themselves from normal, average students 
into Santa's little helpers. 
Seniors had to sell 40 tickets, or twenty 
dollars worth to attain the privilege of 
becoming an elf. A drawing was held the 
Wednesday before Winter vacation to find 
out who the lucky Santas were. Those 
fortunate enough to become Santas re- 
ceived the services of their elf for the 
entire elf day which was the last day of 
school before vacation. Participation in 
Senior Elf Day was a great way to get into 
the Winter spirit. This was the most suc- 
cessful elf day ever since the class of '92 
raised over $1500 for their Prom in June. 
-Kristen Gajowski 





Some of the participants in Senior Elf Day were Sheba Cleveland. Tiffeney 
Dennis, Devonna Mauldin, Kamel Bey and Tequila Pennington. 
Others were Holly Scott. Irene Dejak, Dave Cupar, Stacey Brown and Emily 
Smayda. 

Mr. Presot's friends were Kristen Loveless. Holly Scott, Chrissy Subel, Janelle 
Groves, Christin Fogarty, Heather Graffius, Kelly Dwyer and Katie Schoen. 
Denise Kukla, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Kristen Mihalic, Marie Ortman, Sue 
Jakopanec and Stacy Meden enjoyed themselves during the day. 



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Christen Fogarty and Holly Scott are very 
involved with cheerleading and all it entails. 
Mike Witczak seems to be involved in some sort of 
activity with Elaine Smith during East 222nd St. 
Jazz Band rehearsal. 



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Michelle Lynn Abshire: Marching Band 9,10,11,12; Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Swim 

Team 9; Big Show 9,12; AFS 10,11,12; Key Club 10,12. 

Marcos Rodrigues de Andrade: Cine-Club 10,1 1, President 10,11; Student Council 11, 

Vice-President 1 1; Hand Ball 10; Literature Club 10, Secretary 10; Soccer 12. 

John Apuzzio: Chess Club 10; Key Club 11; Peer Tutor 9,10,11. 

Bill Aube: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; NHS 11,12, Histroian 11,12; Model UN 10,11,12, secretary 

11,12: Science Olympiad 10,11,12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Survey 11,12; Euclidian 11,121 

Academic Challenge 1 1,12; Radio Club 12. 

Amy Ayer: Football Aide 9,10,11,12; Track 11,12; Cross Country 12; NHS 11,12. 

Jennie E. Ayers: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10,11,12, President, 12; 

Orchestrall,12;BigShowPitll,12;SymphonicBand9.10,ll,12;WaiNapolo9,10,ll,12, 

Show Director 11,12, Vice-President 1 2, NHS 11,12; Yearbook 11,12; Library Aide 11,12. 

Bryan Bachelor: Baseball 9,10,11,12. 

Steve Barstow: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12. 

Ted A. Bechtel: Football 9. 

Michael Beck: Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Survey 12; Executive Board 

Student Council 12. 

Kamel Bay: Office Aide 9,10,12; Student Council 11,12. 

Juliet Blackford: Track 9, 10,12; Yearbook 12. 

Sherita Bowling: AFS 10,11,12; FBLA 10; SAVE 11,12; Eucuyo 1 1,12; Survey 12. 

Donjuanna Marguerite Brown: Student Council 12. 

Stacey Brown:Majorette9,10,ll, 12, Captain 12; Track9,10,l 1,12; Yearbook 12; Student 

Council 10. 

Bridget MarieBurich: Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; Christmas Play 10; Big Show 10.11,12; 

SADD9. 

Christine Carlton: Softball 9,10; Student Council 10,11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; NHS 

11,12; Yearbook 12. 

Jacquelyn I. Chambers: Spring Play 11; Fall Play 12. 

Mark Anthony Cickavage: Football 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10,12; Baseball 9,10,12. 

Danielle Marie Coulter: Cheerleading 9; Softball 9; Soccer 12; Model UN 1 1 ,12; DECA 

12. 

Nicole Charmain Crawford: Student Council 9,10; Yearbook 9; SAVE 11,12; AFS 

9,10,11,12. 

David Cupar: NHS 11,12, Vice-President 12; Big Show 9, 1 0. 1 1 ; Senior Talent Show 9,10; 

Symphonic Band 9,10,11; Stage Band 10; Tennis 9; AV 9,10,1 1,12. 

Amy L. Curry: Survey 12. 

Kenneth Davis: Basketball 9,10,11,12. 

Irene L. Dejak: Ski Club 9; Football Cheerleader 10,11,12, Captain 10,12; Basketball 

Cheerleader 10,11,12; Yearbook 12. 

Jennifer Dell: Ski Club 10; Big Show 10,11,12; Wai Napolo 10,11,12; Key Club 9. 

Na'Kohl Tanisha Lorick-Dickerson: Football Trainer 11,12; Track Aide 10,11 

Basketball Aide 12. 

Jennifer Dietz: Softball 9,10,11. 

Michael J. Duchon: Student Council 9,10. 

Brian J. Dunmire: Golf 9,10,11,12; Baseball 9,10,11,12: Basketball 9,10,11,12. 

Mickelle C. Dwyer: DECA 12. 

Kathleen Ells: Cheerleading 9; Office Aide 9,10,11; Fall Play 10,11; Spring Play 

Executive Board 12; Soccer 12. 

KarinP.Esch: Softball 9, 10; AFS 10,1 1,1 2; Peer Tutor 11: Clinic Aide 10,11,12; Survey 

12; SADD 12. 



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Kevin Flynt: Football 10,1 1,12; Basketball 9,10,11,12: Baseball 10. 

Christin M. Fogarty: Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; Student Council 9; Office Aide 12; 

DECA 12. 

Christina Gaeta: Student Council 9,10. 

Kristen T. Gajowski: Cheerleading 9,10; Peer Tutor 9,10,11,12; Office Aide 10,12; 

Yearbook 1 1 , 1 2; Eucuyo 1 1 , 1 2. 

Edward M. Galosi: Ski Club 9, 1 0; Diving 9; Tennis 11.12; Student Council 11,12; Survey 

11,12; Science Olympiad 10,11,12; Eucuyo 11; Yearbook 11,12; Peer Tutor 11,12. 

Robert Gaiosi: Diving 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Ski Club 9,10; Survey 11,12, Production Manager 12; 

Eucuyo 1 1 ; Peer Tutor 1 1 ; Student Council 11,12; Yearbook 11,12. 

Max Gast: SAVE 1 1,12; Model UN 12. 

Tadas Gelazis: Survey 11,12; Academic Challenge 11,12. 

Renee Elizabeth Gembarski: Basketball 9,10. 

Lynn Gessler: Flag Corp 11,12; Student Council 10, 11, 12, Executive Board 11, 12; NHS 

11,12, Secretary 12; Peer Tutor 9,10,12; Big Show 10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 11; Key Club 9,10. 

Shanel Gibson: Basketball 9,10. 

Joe Gojevic: Football 9; Model UN 12. 

Kristen M. Golinar : Football Cheerleader 9, 10, 11,12; Basketball Cheerleader 9. 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 

Meghan Gorman: Softball 9,10, 1 1 ; Cheerleader 10,1 1; Executive Board 12: Office Aide 

9,10,11; Basketball 9; Homecoming Jr. Attendent. 

Heather Graffius: Track 11,12; DECA 12. 

Scott Gray: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12. 

David Thomas Grice: Basketball 9,10,1 1, Co-Captain 9; Track 10; NHS 11,12. 

DanielP.Grisez:CrossCountry9,10,ll;IndoorTrack9,10,ll;Track9,10; Tennis 11, 12; 

Yearbook 12; Survey 12; Eucuyo 12. 

Pamela Grisard: Key Club 9; Ski Club 1 0; Big Show 11,12; Student Council 11.12; Flag 

Corp 12. 

Jeff Grossman: Soccer 9,12; Football 11; Baseball 10,1 1. 

Janelle C. Groves: Band 9; Cheerleader 10,11,12; DECA 12. 

John Gugliotta: Football 10. 

Timothy Haggerty: Basketball 9.10,1 1,12; Track 11,12. 

Tamara Ann Hausen: Survey 9,12. 

Rachael M. Hayes: Fall Play 10; Christmas Play 10: Big Show 11,12; Student Council 

10,11,12. 

Jennifer A. Hiser: Volleyball 9,10,1 1.12; Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; Track 11,12. 

Kelly A. Hodder: Volleyball 9,10, 1 1 , 1 2, Captain 1 2; Basketball 9, 10; Softball 9, 1 0, 1 1, 1 2; 

NHS 11,12; Office Aide 10,12; Band 9,10; Morning Anouncements 12; Survey 12. 

Kenyadus Hollins: Band 9,10,1 1; Track 11,12. 

Carlita Horton: Student Council 12. 

Janet L. Huddleston: Key Club 9; Big Show 10,1 1,12; DECA 12. 

William P. Jerin: Football 9; Golf 10,11,12; Basketball 10,11; Baseball 9,10,11,12; 

Swim Team 1 2. 

Julie Juratic: Peer Tutor 11,12; Eucuyo 11,12; Survey 12; Model UN 12; Yearbook 

11,12. 

Jeffery S. Kaleal: Track 9; Varsity Chorale 10; Choral Masters 10; Euclidian 10,11,12; 

Big Show 10; Ski Club 10; Student Council 1 1 ; Office Aide 1 1 : Peer Tutor 11,12; NHS 

11,12. 

Michael L. Karabinus: Varsity Chorale 10,1 1,12, Treasurer 11; Eucuyo 11,12; Survey 

11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; Fall Play 11; Student Council 11,12; Yearbook 11.12; Peer 

Tutor 10,11,12; Morning Announcements 12; NHS 11,12. 

Anthony Keffer: Track 11,12; DECA 12. 

Michael Anthony Kelnhofer: Latin Club 9.10.11; Science Club 10,11, Historian, 

Secretary 10,11; Survey 10,12; Choir 9,10,1 1,12: Swim Team 12. 

Michael J. Kim: Model UN 10,12; Eucuyo 1 1,12; Survey 11,12; NHS 1 1,12; Peer Tutor 

11,12. 

David R. Kimball: Football 9.10. 

Jason B. Kristo: Soccer 12; Football 12. 

Candace Lyn Kucinski: Soccer Aide 10. 

Joe Kugel: Chess Club 10. 




Homecoming was very enjoyable for Deliska 
Mc Ghee, Wendy Harris and Alana Haynes 
and also for Jeff Kaleal and Kristen Ga- 
jowski. 

Jason Phillis, Dominic Soric and Erick Swanson 
enjoyed the benefit soccer game. 



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Homecoming Queen and King, Tequila Pen- 
nington and Michael Beck after being an- 
nounced at the game. 
Brian Bell all dressed up for Halloween. 
Benji Boyd, Holly Scott, Kelly Dwyer, Kim Ritz, 
Katie Schoen, Christen Fogarty , Deana Schiavoni, 
Janelle Groves, Heather Graffius, Jenny Zele, 
Chrissy Subel and Jackie Zele in the Distributive 
Education class coming back from one of their 
competitions. 



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Seona Latine: Student Council 9; SADD 10,11; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12, Secretary 10, Lt. 
Governor 11, District Governor 12; AV 11,12. 

Darrell Laasche: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10,11,12, Quartermaster 
10,11,12: AFS 9,10.11; NHS 11,12; Key Club 9,10,11,12, Freshmen Rep., Secretary ' 
Treasurer 10, Vice-President 11, Lt. Governor 12. 
Joseph J. Leonardi: Basketball 9,10; Baseball 9,10,1 1,12. 

Joy C. Lewin: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Yearbook 12; 
NHS 11,12. 

Debra Ann Long: Band 9; Fall Play 9,10,1 1,12; Varsity Chorale 10,1 1,12; Big Show 
9,10,11,12; Eucuyo 11; Spring Play 10; Christmas Play 9; NHS 11,12; Student Council 
9,10,11,12; Ski Club 9. 

Kristen R. Loveless: Basketball Aide 9; DECA 11,12; Office Aide 10. 
Candi Lukat: Close-up 10,11; Fall Play 11,12; Spring Play 11; Cheerleader 10; Cross 
Country Aide 11; Office Aide 11,12; NHS 11,12; Peer Tutor 11,12; Survey 9,12. 
Michele Lee Lynn: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12. Squad Leader 10,11,12, Vice-President 
1 2; Symphonic Band 9,1 1 , 1 2; Concert Band 1 0; Orchestra 9, 1 1 , 1 2; Wai Napolo 10,11,12, 
Secretary 1 1, President 12; NHS 11,12. 

Shannon E. Marek: Band 9; Cross Country 9,10,11,12, Captain 1 2: Track 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; 
Student Council 12; Survey 12. 

Deliska Laureen McGhee: Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 . Squad Leader 10,11; Basketball 9,11,12; Track 
9; Cheerleading 10; Student Council 12; Teacher Aide 10,11,12: Morning Announce- 
ments 12; Big Show 10. 

Jennifer Melnyk: Student Council 9; Softball 9.10,11; Tennis 11,12; Ski Club 10; 
Yearbook 11; Eucuyo 12; Morning Announcements 12; NHS 11,12; SADD 12. 
Rashid Mitcham: Football 9,10,11. 
Denise Moore: Key Club 10; Marching Band 10. 

Kathy Lynn MuscarelJa: Cross Country 9,11.12; Clinic Aide 9,10,11,12; Student 
Council 12. 

Lawrence M. Nosse: Football 9,10,11,12; Track 10,1 1,12; Basketball 12. 
Colleen Nugent: Student Council 9,10; Offise Aide 10; Clinic Aide 10,1 1. 
BenPfahl: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Indoor Track 11,12; Track 10,11.12. 
Jason Phillis: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Baseball 9,10,1 1,12: Survey 12. 
Karen Phipps: Volleyball 9. Manager 10,11,12; Clinic Aide 10,11,12; Big Show 
10.1 1,12; Track 10. 

Christina Pinzarroni: Softball 9,10,1 1.12; Basketball 9,10; Office Aide 1 1. 
Jacqueline M. Piscitello: Office Aide 11,12. 
Joseph Pupo: Student Council 10; Chess Club 10. 

Karen Lynn Radachy: Cross Country 10,11,12, Captain 12; Basketball 9,10,11.12; 
Track 9,10,11,12; NHS 1 1,12; Christmas Play 9; Band 9. 

Michelle Reed: Softball 9; Ski Club 9: Volleyball 9,10,11: Student Council 11,12; Varsity 
Chorale 11,12; Big Show 11,12; Office Aide 11,12; Basketball Aide 9,10,11,12. 
Denise Riedel: Majorette 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Office Aide 12; Basketball 9,10,11,12; 
Morning Announcements 12; Track 9,10,11,12; Student Council 10. 
Debrah Michelle Risko: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 9; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Office 
Aide 11,12. 

Francie Rivera: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Student Council 11,12. 
Hope Robinson: Student Council 9,10,12, Vice-President 12; Varsity Chorale 11,12, 
Secretary 11. 

Jon Sajetowski: Christmas Play 10. 

Marnie Salupo: Student Council 9,10,11,12, Executive Board 11,12; Big Show 11,12: 
Peer Tutor 10,11,12; NHS 11,12. 

Kristen Diane Sarpolis: Eucuyo 11,12; Yearbook 11,12; NHS 1 1,12. 
Keith D. Scheurman Jr.: Marching Band 9,10,11.12, Field Commander 11,12, Class 
Representative 1 2; Symphonic Band 9; Concert Band 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Pep Band 10: Commence- 
ment 11; Jazz Band 12; Orchestra 9; Key Club 9,10,11.12, Secretary 11, Treasurer 11, 
President 12; Peer Tutor 10; Yearbook 12; Close Up 1 1. 

Robert Schmeling: Swim Team 9,10.1 1,12, Captain 12; Varsity Chorale 10,1 1 ,12; NHS 
11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; Yearbook 10,1 1,12. 
Kimberly Schmidt: Track 10,11,12. 



Holly K. Scott: Cheerleading 9,10,11,12, Captain 10,12; DECA 10,11,12; Office Aide 

9,10,1 1,12; Executive Board 12. 

Thomas A. Sedmak: Football 9,10,1 1.12. 

Marko Simic: Wrestling 9; Football 9,10,1 1,12. 

Dionne Sims: Track 9,10; Student Council 1 1,12, President 12; Executive Board 1 1 . 

Jill Slattery: Volleyball 9,10; Basketball 9,10,11,12. 

Emily Ann Smayda: Student Council 9,10,11,12; Executive Board 10; Model UN 

9,10,11, 12; SADD 10,1 1,12, Treasurer 11, President 12; NHS 11, 12, President 12; Eucuyo 

11, 12; Survey 9,10,11, 12; Yearbook 9, 10,1 1,12; Hockey Aide 9; Tennis 10.11, 12, Captain 

12; Varsity Chorale 12; Spring Play 1 1; Chorale Masters ll;BigShow 12;PeerTutorll,12. 

Stephen A. Snitzky: Chess Club 10,11,12. 

Frank A. Soltesz: Soccer 9,10,12; Hockey 10,11,12; Track 9,10,1 1,12. 

Dom Soric: Soccer 9,10,1 1.12. 

Jennifer Spada: Fall Play 9; Yearbook 9; Office Aide 10,1 1,12; Survey 10. 

Samantha M.K. Spencer: Swim Team 9: Model UN 1 1,12. 

Holly Ann Struna: Student Council 9,10,1 1,12; Varsity Chorale 11,12; NHS 1 1,12; Big 

Show 10. 

Ange Stryjewski: Officr Aide 9. 

Christine D. Subel: Volleyball 9,10; Basketball 9,10.11,12; DECA 12. 

Joseph Sweet: Basketball 9,10; Baseball 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Football 11,12; Hockey 11,12; Office 

Aide 12. 

Michael Thomas: Track 10.12. 

Von Tolbert: Track 10,11,12; Football 10,1 1,12; Office Aide 12. 

Mark Tomsic: AV 9,10,11,12; Big Show Pit 9,10,11,12; Symphonic Band 9.10,11,12; 

Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10,11,12; Commencement Band 9,10,11; Jazz 

Band9,10,l 1,12; Senior Talent Night9,10,l 1.12, Stage Crew 11, 12; Swim Team 10,1 1,12; 

Diving 10,11,12; Soccer 9. 

Corrinne Turkall: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11.12; NHS 11,12; Office Aide 

11,12; Yearbook 11,12. 

Jenni VanNess: Key Club 10. 

Michelle Voll: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 12; Big Show Pit 11,12; Key 

Club 10; SADD 12; Office Aide 12. 

John Vuyancih: Basketball 9,10,11,12; Baseball 10. 

Anthony L. Walker Jr.: Baseball 1 1,12; Swim Team 12. 

Karrie Waltermire: Choir 9; Choral Masters 10; Varsity Chorale 11; Office Aide 

10,11,12; Student Council 9. 

Wendy W. Wang: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Survey 10; Orchestra 9; 

ChoraiMasterslO,ll;FallPlaylO,ll,12;YearbooklO,ll,12;StudentCouncilll,12;AFS 

12; Model UN 9,10; NHS 11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11; Teacher Aide 12. 

Kimberly Warik: Big Show 11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Student Council 12. 

Dranoel S. Wilkerson: Football 10; Basketball 1 1. 

Michael E. Witczak: Marching Band 9.10,11,12. Quartermaster 10,11, Squad Leader 

11,12; Symphonic Band 9,10,1 1,12; Pep Band 10; Jazz Band 10,1 1,12; Commencement 

Band9,10,ll, 12; Big Show Pit 10,11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 11.12;Key Club 

9,10,11,12, 2nd Vice-President 12. 

Richard J. Wolf: Baseball 9; Student Council 10. 





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arnie Salupo was all dressed up as Medusa 

on Halloween. 
Janelle Groves, Paul Kostansek. Peter Swyt and 
Bill Eppich were very appealing in their costumes. 
Mark Cickavage seems to be ready to play a song. 
All the students at Homecoming were dressed up 
and having a good time. 

The students in Ms. Houchins class gave her a 
surprise birthday party. 



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BLOOD LETTING 



Student Council sponsors annual blood drive 



Student Council sponsored its' annual 
blood drive on Thursday, December 5, 
1 99 1 . It was held on the stage in the Audito- 
rium. Many students took this opportunity to 
give blood. The students who gave found it to 
be a pleasant way to help others. Blood was 
something that was always in demand since 
it has so many uses in the medical environ- 
ment. The procedure does not hurt and the 
students were usually done in about an hour. 
A common misconception is that you can get 
sicknesses from giving blood. Everything is 
sterile so there is no way a person can get sick 
from giving blood. Donating blood is a help- 
ful activity that everyone should participate 
in. 

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enise Moore, Devan Jackson and Tracy Marincek all showing 
that it doesn't hurt to give blood. 



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Seniors share some of their most embarrassing moments 



Everyone has some embarrassing mo- 
ments. The senior class was asked what 
heir most embarrassing moments were and 
hese are some of their responses in no par- 
icular order. 

Tracy Petkovic hit a school truck in the 
student parking lot and dented her bumper. 
Ben Pfahl was the worst discus thrower in the 
3CC his sophomore year. 
VJick Perry was playing drums in front of 200 
jeople at Mayfield High and dropped his 
drumsticks a couple of times and messed up. 
Debra Long sang "Blame It on the Rain" 
3ver the loudspeaker at the football game in 
11th grade. 

Stephanie Moses went to all the wrong classes 
ler Freshman year. 

Kathy Muscarella got lost in the woods at a 
:ross country meet. 

Larry Nosse was almost knocked out when 
le walked out of class and hit his head on the 
metal door closer on the door. 
Mike Witczak got hit by a car in front of the 
school and got taken away in an ambulance. 
Kim Warik was embarrassed when her 
brother walked in on her saying "good night" 
to her boyfriend. 

Michelle Voll was sitting back on a chair in 
band and fell off and hit her head. 
Jenni Van Ness got oil all over her hair in 
auto class in 1 1th grade. 
Nehvon Tolbert fell on the escalator in the 
mall in front of a crowd. 
Jennifer Spada walked into the boys wash- 
room the second day of her freshman year 
while 2 or 3 guys were doing their business. 
Marko Simic was wrestling with his girl- 
friend and she grabbed his arm and flipped 
him over her back dislocating his shoulder. 
Keith Scheurman messed up the entire pre- 
game show by marching the band out to the 
wrong spot on the field during one game his 
junior year. 

Marnie Salupo started to cry in Mr. Smith's 
World History class and got sent out of the 
room and was embarrassed to go back. 
Jennifer Dell got duct taped at the tearing 
down of Annie and had to have the tape cut 
off. 



Francie Rivera was flipped upside down her 
junior year by Vidal Curry and her shirt came 
off. 

Denise Riedel walked into the wall on the 
second floor that looks like a hall way her 
freshman year. 

Karen Radachy was running in the park and 
turned to a teammate who just missed a corner 
and called her a cheater. Karen then proceeded 
to fall into a hole. 

Karen Phipps was wheeled out of the library 
in a wheelchair. 

Joy Lewin ran out of the house and fell flat on 
her face because she shut the door on her 
shoelace. 

Paul Kostansek shaved his whole body bald 
for one event at district swimming and then 
disqualified. 

Ronald Bryant came to a Euclid dance in a 3- 
piece suit and tennis shoes but everybody else 
was dressed casually. 

Mickelle Dwyer fell down a cliff at Sims park 
her freshman year. 

Christen Fogarty was a cheerleader at her 
first basketball game forgot to wear her 
bloomers and was doing jumps and could not 
figure out why everyone was laughing at her. 
David Grice sat in bubble gum at lunch and it 
really showed on his dress pants, 
.land le Groves had her bra come unhooked at 
cheerleading camp in front of a male instruc- 
tor. 

Bill Aube was embarrassed when he confused 
the gas with the brakes on Mr. Von Benken's 
ATV at the AP chemistry party and drove it off 
a cliff and into a tree. 

Kelly Hodder walked around Cedar Point for 
six hours with her zipper down. 
The most common embarrassing moments 
invariably happen on stairs when a person 
either falls up or down them. Debbie Zana, 
Kanyadus Hollins, Tammy Hausen, Audrey 
Gboney, Na'Kohl Tanisha Lorick-Dicker- 
son, Juliet Blackford, Jennifer Melnyk, 
Kimberly Schmidt, Tracy Tekavec, Shan- 
non Marek and Kristen Loveless all had 
incidents that occurred on stairs. 




They don't seem embarrassed now but 
Denise Riedel, Janelle Groves, Kristen 
Loveless, Jennifer Melnyk, Debra Long, 
Lawrence Nosse, Keith Scheurman and Paul 
Kostansek had some embarrassing moments. 



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183 



REMEMBER WHEN...EHS 



Seniors were asked what they remem- 
bered most about Euclid High School. 
Here are some of their thoughts. 
Pam Grisard remembered when Mr. Serra 
put additions on to the end of your name, like 
-iverous. 

Janelle Groves remembered when she and 
Holly Scott and Irene Dejak got caught toilet 
papering their first house as a cheerleader. 
Dave Grice remembered all those lectures, 
terms and reports for Mr. Hartmann. 
Katie Ells remembered when Matt Dane de- 
pantsed Jenn Hiser in the hall. 
Sherita Bowling remembered Mr. Backos' 
memorable jokes in biology class. 
John Apuzzio remembered when Mr. Mc 
Guinness said the Pledge of Allegiance wrong 
at the Honors Banquet. 
Paul Kostansek and Bill Eppich remember 
when they lit the drawer on fire in chemistry 
class. 

Kim Schmidt remembered when they lit their 
hands on fire and froze a Barbie doll in liquid 
nitrogen and it exploded in chemistry class. 
Denise Riedel remembered when EHS had a 
dance every month. 

Kathy Muscarella remembered when Mr. 
Brearton fell going up the stairs. 
Debra Long and Chris Carlton remem- 
bered when they had to clean Mrs. Paskert's 
overheads in the bathroom. 
Tracy Petkovic remembered when Nick 
Burdock broke Jeanine Zakrajsek's wind- 
shield when he kicked it. 
Hope Robinson remembered when John 
Arlesic fell over the adding machine cord in 
accounting class. 

Michelle Voll, Nehvon Tolbert, Marnie 
Siiln po, Karen Radachy and Rachael Hayes 
all remembered the fires that there were at 
EHS and all the disruptions they caused. 



Bill Jerin, Carrie Collins, Ken Davis, Liesel 
Sacko and Kim Ritz, Chris Subel, Josh 
Samas and Jason Phillis could be discussing all the 
wonderful memories that they have formed at EHS. 
The memories that Kelly Hodder, Mike Karabinus. 
Ed Galosi and Kristen Sarpolis got from Homecom- 
ing will last them for a lona time. 



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When asked what they remembered 
about Euclid Central many students 
responded with thoughts of happy moments. 
Tammy Hausen remembered when Mr. 
Koluder caught two girls reading a dirty maga- 
zine in class. 

Janet Huddleston remembered when it was 
illegal to write the word 'Friday' in Mr. 
Syracuse's class. 

Corri Turkall and Joy Lewin remembered 
when a guy mooned the entire volleyball team 
on the bus. 

Pam Grisard and Nick Vunderink remem- 
bered when Miss Foley would put her finger 
up to her nose and say "Bo! It's a nasal." 
Juliet Blackford and Michael Witczak re- 
membered when there were five minutes be- 
tween classes. 

Jennifer Melnyk remembered when they went 
to Toronto on a bus that got a flat tire and they 
had to wait several hours at the Science Mu- 
seum. 

Deliska Mc Ghee remembered when the pool 
turned green. 

Jennifer Dell remembered the frog dissec- 
tion. 

Keith Scheurman remembered when he broke 
his foot and had to go to a science fair at 
Cuyahoga Community College and stand on it 
for three hours. 

Nick Perry remembered when lunches cost 
$1.10. 

Matt Killion remembered that the atrium 
leaked even if it wasn't raining. 
Irene Dejak used to make up personal prob- 
lems just so she could talk to Mr. Drews and 
get out of class. 

Bridget Burich remembered the air condi- 
tioning and the live plants. 
Mark Tomsic remembered the Toronto trip 
and the man across the hotel was looking in his 
windows and the security guard wanted to beat 
him up but couldn't since he was on duty. 



One of the memorable moments at EHS 
was waiting in the football stadium 
while the firemen tried to find the cause of the 
smoke in the building. The students were 
dismissed before the cause was discovered. 



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Developing Citizenship 

And 

Serving Our School And Community 



Serves our school through... 




Dances 




Halloween 



Student Council Ad 




Wishes The Best Of Luck 
To The Graduating Seniors In The 

Class Of 1992 



Winter decorations 




Fund raising for prom 




Blood drive 




Student Council Ad 




LAST 



TD ecause the Euclidian is pub- 
*~~* lished in the Spring the last 
deadline is at the end of February. As 
aconsequence, any eventthat occurs 
after that time cannot be included in 
the book. This section, therefore, 
covers the events that occurred dur- 
ing the Spring of 1 99 1 . 




The Orchestra getting ready to play at Commence- 
ment. 




Bob Yoe, Ron Chandler and Pepe Pearson finishing a sprint against Bedford. 




188 



Big Show gave a lot of students a chance to get on the stage. 



YEAR 




om Fording practicing his swing before he gets to the plate. Corri Turkall really hitting the ball and Joy Lewin pitching the ball to the opponent. 





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mily Smayda and Eric Dysart plotting against good in 'Love Rides the Rails and Bryant Carroll, Dianne Baird, Jennifer Dineen, 
esley Hamilton and Ann Ruggeri in 'Guys and Dolls'. 

Raeshuan Jernigan clearing one of the 
hurdles and Kirk Israel and Veronika 
Schnell enjoying themselves at the Prom. 




189 



Baseball Swings Into First 

Varsity takes GCC for fifth straight yeai 



The Varsity Baseball Team won an 
unprecedented fifth straight Greater 
Cleveland Conference Championship. 
The team returned only three starters from 
the previous year's State semi-finalist team. 
They were led by All-Ohio pitcher. Greg 
Gerland. They completed the season with a 
25-5 record. They lost to Mayfield in the 
District semi-finals. 

The Junior Varsity Baseball team won their 
6th straight GCC championship with a 21-5 
overall record. This will be a good building 
block for following years. 

The Freshmen Team had so many players 
that they made an "A" and a "B" team. They 
finished with a 15-8 record. 








Varsity Baseball, row one: Brian Dunmire, Chris Muzinic, Phil Sillia, John Arlesic, Matt McPeek, Bill 
Jerin, Jeff Grossman, Joe Leonardi, Keith Touschner. Row two: Coach Jeff Hartmann, Brian Guilfoyle, 
Jack Richards, Roger Kunes, Tim Hoffman, Joe Sweet, Adam Reichman, Jason Phillis, Coach Ray Fisher. 
Row three: Matt Garbincus, Chris Fakult, Ed Zivnoska, Greg Gerland, Ken Walter, Greg Bitner, Charlie 
Yurcich, Head Coach Paul Serra. 



J.V. BASEBALL 


VARSITY BASEBALL 


TEAM US THEM 


TEAM 


US THEM 


Lakewood 3 4 


Lakewood 


8 7 


Holy Name 11 5 


Holy Name 


2 1 


Holy Name 3 2 


Gonzalez 


1 5 


St. Ed 2 S 


Airport, S.C. 


6 I 


N. Royalton 8 6 


Oviedo, Fla 


7 3 


Chanel 20 5 


University 


1 1 1 


St. Joe 15 3 


Chanel 


11 2 


Valley Forge 5 1 


VA-SJ 


2 l 


Wil. South 4 5 


Vallev Forge 


7 I 


Bedford 7 2 


Will. South 


6 1 


Mentor 8 3 


Bedford 


6 


Benedictine 5 3 


Mentor 


12 2 


Brush 15 8 


Benedictine 


3 2 


Bay Village 14 9 


Brush 


6 4 


North 5 4 


Bav Village 


8 1 


Maple Hts. 13 4 


North 


3 


Mayfield 9 5 


Maple Hts- 


12 2 


Rocky River b 3 


Mavfield 


12 2 


Wil South 15 8 


Rocky River 


3 2 


Bedford 15 


Will. South 


1 3 


Mentor 4 9 


Bedford 


6 1 


Stow 1 14 


Mentor 


6 2 


Brush 21 4 


Stow 


1 2 


North 21 4 


Brush 


6 2 


St. Ed 8 3 


Collinwood 


15 2 


Mavfield 14 3 


North 


8 3 


Season Record Won 21 Lost 5 


St. Edward 


4 6 


GCC Record Won 1 1 Lost 2 


Mavfield 


1 4 


League Finish 1st 


Mayfield 


9 4 




Season Record 


Won 24 Lost 5 




GCC Record 


Won 12 Lost 1 




League Finish 


1st 




J.V. Baseball, row one: Brian Bush, Jim Sas, Eric Cantini, Tim Brokaw, Tom Gugliotta, Vince Sztul. Row 
two: Ray Morris, Chad Dulla, Greg Cherne, Mark Kovacivich, Marty Moushey, Coach Turkall. Row 
three: John Nolan, Joe Mc Crone, Mike Yurcich, Ben Juengel, Ron Sidler, Matt Davis. 



All Ohio pitcher, Greg Gerland, getting ready to let 
go of one of his awesome pitches while John 
Arlesic waits for a pitch. 



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Baseball 





Softballers Hurting 

Varsity encounters too many injuries 



Varsity Softball, Row one: Coach Maxson, Angie 
Collins, Debby Risko, Sue Hamilton, Christina 
Pinzarroni. Row two: Julie Montagner, Meredith 
Mihalic, Kelly Hodder. Row three: Amy Garbin- 
cus, Corri Turkall, Joy Lewin, Kristen Mihalic, Kim 
Swearingen. 



The ladies of the Softball team had a 
disappointing season because of injuries. 
After the first 20 games they sported a 
15-5 record and were first in the GCC. Their 
luck was not to hold, however, and four 
major injuries to Angie Collins, Chris 
Pinzarroni, Kris Mihalic, Wendy Durket and 
Kelly Hodder caused them to finish the year 
with a 18-11 record 

The Junior Varsity managed to post a 7-15 
record while the freshmen finished with an 
1 1 -6 record. 




7 reshman Softball, Row one: Caroline Collins, Stacey Meden. Kyle Russ. Carrie Wright, 
Carri Bialko, Staci Ashley, Mike Rezzola. Row two: Carie Belavich, Abby Ayer, Julianne 
-ladyk, Laurie Paterson, Dawn Petrowski, Melissa Geiger. 



JV Softball, Row one: Christine Minich, Becky 
Thompson, Jennifer Melnyk, Carol Dacar. Row 
two: Chrissy Bunn, Linda Turchik, Wendy Durket, 
Arle Lumadue, Dick Shusky. Row three: Megan 
Gorman, Jennifer Simenc, Michelle Derganc, 
Dawn Medved, Catherine Caine. 







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TEAM 


US 




THEM 


West Tech 


14 




1 


Wickliff 


4 




7 


VA-SJ 


11 







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4 




7 


Holy Name 


7 




3 \ 


Mavfield 


7 







Padua 


7 




6 


! Lake 


8 




1 


North 


11 




1 


Mentor 


1 




2 


Maple Hfs. 


3 




4 


Bedford 


21 




1 


Brush 


3 







Wil South 


3 




15 


Glenville 


17 




2 


Bedford 


25 




5 


VVarrensville 14 




9 


Wil. South 


5 




6 


St. Joe Ac. 


9 




5 


VA-SJ 


11 




5 


'i Mentor 


2 




9 


North 


5 




7 


Mavfield 


4 




2 


Mentor 


3 




11 


Brush 


3 




5 


Wil. South 


6 




5 1 


j Maple Hts. 


8 




9 ! 


Bedford 


17 




3 




Season Record Won 18 Lost 1 1 




GCC Record 


Won 8 Lost 6 






League 


Finish 3rd 



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Boy's track is undefeated for third straight yean 



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For the third straight year, 
the 1990-91 boy's track 
team was undefeated. The 
team had many underclassmen 
and freshmen who contributed 
to the team and will enable it to 
excel in the future. 




Boy's track, Row one: Lorenzo Norris, Darnell Scott, Vidal Curry, Darryl East, Ken Wolenski, Mike 
Carney, Mike O'Flynn. Row two: Dan Pike, Ken Hollins, Brandon Biggom, Brent Warren, Keith Eubank, 
Chris Atlas, Rashawn Byrd. Row three: Marcus Gomez, Ben Pfahl, Brian Peoples, Shawn Thompson, 
Pepe Pearson, Gustavo Banzatto, Stephen Caldwell, Tim Haggerty. Row four: Von Tolbert, losh Boncha, 
Matt Lemieux, Paul Roth, Larry Nosse, Bob Yoe, lames Shamp, Frank Soltesz. Row five: Devan Jackson, 
Brian Jackson, Phillip Baioni, Pat Carney, Scott Trimmer, Pat Longbrake, Andrew Ehrhardt, Sam 
Marchuk. Coach Robert Ranilow. 



Chris Atlas finishing first in his race. 




Freshman track, Row one: Brian Tomazic, Pepe Pearson, Marcus Allen. Row 
two: James Driscoll, Brent Warren, Steve Caldwell, Brandon Biggom. Row three: 
Pat Carney, Donald Dawson, Matt Lemieux, Phillip Baioni, Coach Frank Soltesz. 




VARSITY TRACK 


TEAM 


US THEM 


VA-SJ 


115 17 


Brush 


68.3 63.7 


Wil. South 


92 31 


North 


93 39 


Bedford 


77 55 


Maple Hts. 


109 23 


Mentor 


74 58 [ 


May field 


95 37 


Season Record Won 8 Lost 


GCC Recorc 


Won 7 Lost 


League Finish 1st 



Devan Jackson making a tremendous effort in the long jump. 



Track 






VARSITY TRACK 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Madison 


105.5 


34 


Collinwood 


105.5 


21.5 


Brush 


88 


40 


Wil. South 


97 


31 


North 


85 


43 


Bedford 


64.7 


63.3 


Maple Hts. 


106 


22 


Mentor 


66 


62 


Mavheld 


84 


44 


Season Record Won 


9 Lost 


GCC Record 


Won 7 Lost 


League Finish 1st 





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meet. 



he 1990-91 girl's track team finished 
the season with a perfect 9-0 record 
and came in second in the GCC league 



The 3200 m relay team consisting of Jennifer 
Daly, Jennifer Hiser, Lee Jackson and India 
Ford finished first at the regionals and went to 
the state meet. 

Many underclassmen played significant roles 
in the team's performance which should lead 
to a promising future for the team. 



Varsity Track, Row one: Lee 

Jackson, Monica Tomazic, Shaljason 
Marer, Amy Von Sick, Annette 
Hollis, Miriam Hohs, Heather 
Hughes. Row two: Ayonna Jones, 
Karen Radachy, Cara Parise, 
Michelle Suchy, Jennifer Daly, Tracy 
De Panicis, Denise Riedel, Monica 
Shine. Row three: Coach Schwenke, 
Vanya Stewart, Kristal Baker, 
Latonya Smith, India Ford, Jody 
Wallette, Kathy Muscarella. Row 
four: Coach Tomasi, Coach York, 
Leann Uchbar, Jennifer Hiser, 
Heather Graffius, Meredith 
FitzGerald, Sahra Grieshammer, 
Kelly Moyer, Tina Mitchell. Row 
five: Kris Zivnoska, Kim Schmidt, 
Lisa Riedel, Stacy Brown, Tracy 
Marincek, Julie Di Bartolomeo, 
Amora Francis. 



Freshman Track, Row one: 

Heather Hughes, Amy Von Sick, 
Michelle Suchy, Annette Hollis. 
Row two: Sarah Grieshammer, 
Cara Parise, Renee Thomas, Julie 
Di Bartolomeo, Tracy De Panicis. 
Row three: Leann Uchbar, Tina 
Michael, Darnika Butler, Tamika 
White, Coach York. 









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Monica Tomasic winding up before 
letting the discus fly. 




Coach York discussing the meet's 
strategy with team members 
Karen Radachy, Meredith 
FitzGerald and India Ford. 



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Varsity Tennis, Row one: Dan Grisez, Jeff Lapuh, 

Jeremy Lange, Bill Aube, Dennis Dixon. Row two: 

Coach Rob Heramb, Adam Norris, Jay Amos, Ed 

Galosi, Matt Killion, Kevin Bremer. 




Lots Of Love 

Boy's tennis snaggles through season 
with high hopes for upcoming years 



The Boy's Varsity Tennis Team had a 
really rough year and finished with a 
1-11 record. An encouraging point is 
that all of the varsity players will return this 
year so the team will consist of experienced 
players. There were so many people going 
out for the tennis team that they were able to 
have a J. V. Team for the first time in many 
years. 

The J. V. Team finished the season with a 3- 
8 record. They suffered many close deci- 
sions so there should be hope for the future. 





J. V. Tennis, Row one: Mike Walczak, Jason Samsa, Adam Vanito, Kevin Trynee, Damon Smith. Row 
two: Coach Warman, Eric Green, Dorian Sky, Rob Heramb, Steve Zahursky, Jason Mc Creight. 



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Adam Norris getting into position to 
return the volley. 

Boy's Tennis 



J. V. TENNIS 


' TEAM US 


THEM 


1 Lake Catholic forfeit 




[ Wickliffe 3 


2 


Brush 


5 


1 Wil. South 2 


3 


CIeve. Hts. 1 


4 


) Mayfield 1 


4 


j Mentor 


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I Valley Forge 2 


3 


{ Lakewood 2 


3 


j Perry 


5 j 


North 3 


2 


Season Record Won 3 Lost 8 





VARSITY TENNIS 


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THEM 


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Chardon 


2 


2 


Wickliffe 


1 


4 


Brush 





5 


Wil. South 


1 


4 


North 





5 


Cleve.Hts. 





5 


Mayfield 





5 


Twnsbg. Chamb 





5 


Mentor 





5 


Valley Forge 


1 


4 


Lakewood 





5 


KirtUmd 


3 


2 


Season Record Won 1 Lost 11 Tie 1 


GCC Record Won 


Lost 5 


League Finish 6th 





The 50's and 60's Remembered 

Swim Show brings back some ole memories 



Euclid's annual synchronized swim show 
was put on by the Wai Napolo Swim 
Club in May of 1991. Music of the 50's and 
60's was featured. The Senior Show Director 
was Sheri Gezann and the Junior Show Direc- 
tor was Jennie Ayers. The announcer for the 
performances was Jonasis Smith. 

The show consisted of some land work around 
the pool and water work in the pool. The 
annual underwater number took place totally 
beneath the surface of the pool. 

The Swim Show is the culmination of months 
of work trying to get everything to come 
together. 




Michele Lynn, Melisa Nagode, Jenny Wolchko, Joyce Ashman, Sheri Gezann, Jennie Ayers, and Lisa 
Moster doing the land work during the 'Opening'. 




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Jennifer Dell, Lisa Moster, Kelly Carney, Michele Lynn, Jennie Ayers, and Lauren Scheurman doing their 
routine for the 'Prop' number. This was the only number in which the girls did not go into the water but 
just did a land performance. 



unior Show Director, Jennie Ayers and Senior 
9how Director, Sheri Gezann introducing the 
;how with announcer, Jonasis Smith. 




One of the formations that the club made during the 'Opening' number. 



Lisa Moster and Michele Lynn during their 'Duet' 
in which they performed to At the Hop'. 



Swim Show 



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A Musical Fable of Broadway 




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nee again Euclid High 
School's Big Show was 

a complete success. In contrast 
to the well known story of 
'Annie' the 1991 production of 
'Guys and Dolls' centered on 
both the lives of gamblers and 
missionaries. 




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Set in the heart of New York 
City, the musical opened with 
a street scene showing daily 
life in New York. It then moved 
on to show how Nathan Detroit 
(Todd Shuskey) was trying to 
find a place for his crap game 
where the police couldn't find 
it. Nathan knows that if he could 
find a place for his game, he 
could make a lot of money be- 
cause lots of high stakes play- 
ers were in town including 

Sky Masterson( Bryant Car- 

1 I roll), the highest player of them 

J J all. Nathan eventually found a 
' "^ place for his crap game but he 

needed $ 1 000. To get the money 
Nathan bet Sky Masterson 
$1000 that he could not take 
Sargent Sarah Brown(Dianne 
Baird), the head of the town 
mission to Havana with him. Sky takes the bet and 
ends up falling in love with Sarah. After Sky returns 
with Sarah from Havana, he finds out where the crap 
game was. While at the game, Sky bets all the guys 
present $ 1 000 against their souls, meaning that they 
would have to attend one prayer meeting at Sargent 
Sarah's mission. The story concluded with the mar- 
riages of both Sky Masterson to Sargent Sarah 
Brown and Nathan Detroit to Mission 
Adelaide(Debra Long), his fiance of 14 years. 

The show was brought together by director Ms. 
Sandi Bambic, Vocal director Mr. Paul Newell, 
Orchestra director Mr. Stephen Alspaugh, choreog- 
raphers Sally Parrino and Jerry Macek, Technical 
director Mr. Allen Black and art director Mrs. Edie 
Mellen. 

-Jennie Ayers and Bob Schmeling 





The mission band being directed by Dianne Baird trying to get the people of New York to repent. 




„ „ , I--T-. ,D ,-. „ ,. Debra Long and Todd Shuskey discussing the 

Dan Burke, hnc Dysart and Ben Carroll discussing ...... a r . . , . ,. 

., ..I-.- /r- j- i .. u u il possibilities of marriage after their 14 year 

the possibilities of finding a place to hold the crap r ° J 

r engagement, 
game. ° ° 




While in Havana, Bryant Carroll met Jennifer 
Dineen but... 



Ann Ruggeri, Bridget Burich, Lesley Hamilton and 
Maria D'Amico handling Chris DiBase at the Hot 
Box Cafe. 



he found that his love for Dianne Baird was much 
more important. 



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histles, cheers and groans echoed 
throughout the Little Theater as 
Euclid High School presented 
Love Rides the Rails'. This melodrama 
consisted of the traditional villain, villainess, 
aero and heroine. The widow Hopewell was 
:o lose her home and her daughter to the evil 
Simon Darkway and counterpart. Dirk 
Sneath. Truman Pendennis would have put 
in end to this earlier if it weren't for the 
ieductive Carlotta Cortez. Harold, Fifi, Fred, 
md Beaulah Belle all played a part in their 
:hickening plot. Talent and enjoyment made 
;ach performance a success. 

-Emily Smayda 



CAST 

Mrs. Hopewell Amy Smith 

Prudence Hopewell Candi Lukat 

Simon Darkway Eric Dysart 

Truman Pendennis James Masterson 

Harold Starifast Helena f. Oroz 

Dirk Sneath Keith Olszens 

Fifi Tiffany Highland 

Carlotta Cortez Emily Smayda 

Fred Wheelwright Stephen Alspaugh 

Dan Kevin Granito 

Beaulah Belle Jackie Chambers 

Officer April Luikart 

Railroad Workers .Lisa larmetta 

Sarah Nehrig 
Pianist Marty Witczak 







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Eric Dysart meeting with the widow, Amy Smith 
and meeting her daughter, Candi Lukat for the 
first time and immediately falling in love with her. 



Candi Lukat and Jim Masterson going for a walk 
in the woods and planning for the future. 




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lim Masterson being seduced by the Evil but 
Beautiful Emily Smayda. 



Keith Olszens enlisting the help of Tiffany 
Highland for the downfall of Truman Pendennis. 



Spring Play \ 197 



Senior Talent 
Night gives the 
students a 
chance to show 
off their cre- 
ativity and their 
musical abili- 
ties. It is a fun 
time for both 
cast and crew. 
It is a worth- 
while learning 
experience. 




The announcers for the evening were Betsy Cayne 
and Lee Jackson. 




Dianne Baird, Sheri Gezann, Hope Robinson and Kim Mikich getting 'All Fired Up'. 




Vidal Curry and Ken Hollins during their 'E-Town Productions' and Patty Lux, Missy Rocco, Michelle 
Springer, Cindy Stih, India Ford and Terri Blasius with 'School Days'. 



1 98 / Senior Talent Night 




On May 21, 1991 the annual Senior Awards Program was held in the Little 
Theater after school. At that time seniors received many awards presented by 
colleges and city organizations. The awards vary from certificates to plaques 
to monetary awards to help pay for advanced education. It is a nice time since 
so many seniors are recognized for their achievements. 



SENIOR AWARDS 




Mr. Stanic and Mr. Mc Guinness 
presenting the Salutatorian 
Award to Rebecca Karnak and 
the Valedictorian Award to Carla 
Matiaska. Co- Valedictorian, 
Meredith FitzGerald was unable 
to attend the ceremony due to 
medical reasons. 




Euclid students were exposed to a rare event on 
May 8, 1991 during the second period when a fire 
started in one of the ventilation units above the 
drafting shops. It was necessary for the firemen to 
remove the cover in order to put out the fire. 
Students were outside for more than a half-hour 
while the fire was brought under control. 



Some of the many seniors who 
received awards during the 
assembly. 



FIRE!! 



Senior Awards/Spring Fire\ 1 99 



Senior citizens regained their teenage memo- 
ries at Student Council's 'Senior' Senior Prom. 
Colorful flowers and exciting sights brought 
smiles from all in attendance. A special appear- 
ance from Mayor Lynch brightened the evening 
and made the crowning of the King and Queen 
a memorable experience. A night of dance and 
talk ended with wishes of more. 

-Emily Smayda 




The senior citizens were entertained by music from the Big Band era 



Senior Senior Prom 




Derrick Wilson, Shelley Tobias and Vidal Curry dancing with some of the senior citizens who were enjoying themselves during the evening. 



Pro Wrestling 



Euclid students were treated to a 
unique experience when Pro 
Wrestling came to Euclid High School. 
The wrestlers made appearances dur- 
ing the lunch periods where they signed 
autographs and mingled with the stu- 
dents. On Saturday evening there was 
a wrestling match in the Boy's Gym. 



200 /Senior Senior Prom/Wrestling 




Senior Prom 




Prom was a time of happiness and unfor- 
gettable memories. Landerhaven Coun- 
try Club hosted the gala event on June 5. 
After-Prom was a break from tradition by 
being held at Riverview Racket Club. Tennis, 
beach volleyball all, swimming, eating and 
dancing ended the night of fun. 

-Emily Smayda 



After arriving at Landerhaven the 
couples had to get their tickets from 
the receptionist. Most of them then 
got in line to have their picture 
taken. After that, there was plenty 
of time to get some refreshments 
and mingle before dinner started. 



Commencement 




Senior Commencement was a farewell to 
the Class of E'xci'tement. It took place on 
June 9 at the Front Row Theater. Special 
speeches were given by the Co-Valedictori- 
ans, Carla Matiaska and Meredith FtizGerald. 
Graduates received their diplomas and walked 
out into the world with a new perspective. 

-Emily Smayda 




The students lined up in the outer halls of the Front Row waiting for the precessional. After enter- 
ing the Varsity Chorale sang several songs. Co- Valedictorians, Meredith FitzGerald and Carla 
Matiaska talked to their classmates and their parents. 



Senior Prom/Commencemenf\ 201 



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BUSINESS PATRONS 



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FACULTY PATRONS 



Jane Addis 

Robert Addis 

Justin and Patricia Antonini 

Anna Araca 

Ronald A. Backos 

Sandi Bambic 

Tom Banc 

Stan Bender 

Allen Black 

Gene and Emily Brearton 

Pat Buck 

Judith L. Carmody 

Sue Drienka 

Tom Gubitosi 

Patricia A. Habat 

Carolyn Heuer 



Frank Hoffert 

Frank Jablonski 

Jan Kehn 

Jane Lellis 

Betsy Leonetti 

Joan Lidrbauch 

Mary Lomac 

Marge Lucas 

Diane Maroli 

William Mc Guinness 

Judy Mc Laughlin 

Katie Morris 

Robert Petrovic 

Roy Pignatiello 

Sally Pla 

Jim Presot 



Barbara Ramlow 

Robert Ramlow 

Sandy Sanborn 

Bette Schmeling 

Paul Serra 

Ron Seymour 

Paula Sheridan 

Frank Soltesz 

Judy Stobinski 

Diane Tizzano 

Chris Torrelli 

Bill Von Benken 

Connie Warman 

Richard Wherley 

Judy Zubizarreta 



PARENT PATRONS 



Richard and Evelyn Arlesic/John Arlesic 

John #12, You are truely "NUMBER 1", Love, Dad and Mom 

Dennis and Karen Ayer/Amy Ayer 
Janet and Stanley E. Bizay/Edward Bizay 

Jerry and Jeanette Blaekford/Juliet Blackford 

Dear Juliete, 

Thank you for all the joy and happiness you've given us. We are 
very proud of you. We love you. 
Mom and Dad and Jaina 

Hattie Owens and Willie Brown/Donjuanna Brown 



Patrons 




Anton and Josipa Bruketa/Anthony Bruketa 

Dearest Tony, 

You are the best son we could have. We pray that the Lord 

will continue to guide your footsteps as you travel through 

life. Congratulations! Love and prayers. 

Mom, Dad, Lori and Meryann 

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Eric and Marilyn Clark/Shaun Clark 

Ronald and Geraldine Cunningham Jr. /Ronald 
Cunningham Jr. 

Nick and Charlotte Di Bartolomeo/Michael 
Di Bartolomeo 

Stephen Di Biase/Christopher Di Biase 

Dear Critter, 

Thank you for being the best son in the world. We love you 

very much. 

Mom and Dad 



PARENT PATRONS 



Karen and Gary Dwyer/Mickelle Dwyer 

'Dear Mickelle(Kelly), 

We are so proud of you as your graduation approaches. You have 

Decome a beautiful, intelligent, caring young woman. No matter 

nvhat path you choose in life we wish for you much success and 

lappiness. Remember, you will always be our little "Kelly Belly". 

vVith all our love, 

Vlom, Dad and Gary 

rim and Carmie Fogarty/Christin M. Fogarty 

Zhristin and Michele you make us proud parents. Best wishes to the 
:ollege girl. Only two more for you Toots. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

Al and Gerry Gajowski/Kristen Gajowski 

Dear Kristen: 

We are so very proud of your scholastic accomplishments and of the 

person you have become. We are sure whatever goals you set for 

yourself, you will reach. May God bless you and guide your 

footsteps as you preceed into college and also through your lifetime. 

We love you very much. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Mr. and Mrs William Gamble/Tabitha Gamble 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Grice/David Grice 

Ray and Barb Grisard/Pamela Grisard 

Mr. and Mrs Thomas Grossman/Jeffrey Grossman 

Don't be satisfied with less than all you can be, for you have 
greatness within you. Whatever goals you set for yourself you will 
reach. Congratulations! On the first day of the rest of your life. 
Love, 
Your Family 

Ann Hall/Karen Hall 

Marva Haynes/Alana Haynes 

Bill and Laurel Jerin/William Jerin 

Mike and Peggy Jolly/Stacy Jolly 

Stacy, 

We love you and we're very proud of you! 

Congratulations honey. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Carlyle Kane/Caroline Kane 

Carpe Diem! 
Love, Mom 
You're the best 



Patricia Kovac/Karly Kovac 

Dear Karly, 

We're so proud of you. Keep setting goals and follow your dreams. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Karen Lewin/Joy Lewin 

Rebecca S. Lott/Nicole Lott 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Lynn/Michele L. Lynn 

Dear Michele, 

We hope the future brings you as much happiness as you've always 

given us. 

With all our love and support. 

Mom and Dad 

Lynn Marek/Shannon Marek 

Rick and Arzelia Melnyk/Jennifer Melnyk 

Tony and Kathy Muzinic/Elizabeth Muznic 

Dear Liz, 

Keep up the good work! 

We love you! Mom and Dad 

Len and Dorothy Nosse/Lawrence Nosse 

Big Larr(Oak). 

We knew you would do it. Do your best and you will always 

accomplish the impossible. Congratulations. You make us very 

proud. 

Love, Mom, Dad and the boys 

Henry and Jacqueline Nykiel/Jack Jay Nykiel 

Dear Jack, 

You are a special son who we are proud of. 

Love always. Mom and Dad 

Carol J. Oboczky/Michelle R. Oboczky 

Michelle, 

So very proud of you, 

Love. Mom 

Ron and Kate Pfahl/Benjamin Pfahl 

Dear Ben, 

We had no doubts you'd make it. 

Well, maybe a little. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Bruce and Cheryl Pfeifer/Scott Pfeifer 



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PARENT PATRONS 



Francine and Chuck Phillis/Jason Phillis 

Dear Jas, 

We are very proud of your accomplishments and all the hard work 
it took. Never stop dreaming-go for it-dreams do come true! 
Love, Your Family 

Vincent J. Riha/Michael Riha 

Mike, 

We are proud to be your parents. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Regina Struna/Holly Struna 

Holly, 

You've given us so many happy memories. Our prayers are with 

you as God helps guide you while you're away from us. We love 

you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Ed and Sandy Subel/Chrissy Subel 

Dear Chris, 

May your future be filled with happiness, joy and all the good 

things that life can offer. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Sal and Kathy Ruggeri/Ann Ruggeri 

Dearest Anne, 

We love you and we're proud of you. Congratulations and God 

bless you, always! 

Love, Mom and Dad and Felicia and Rachel 

Keith and Donna Scheurman/Keith Scheurman 

Linda and Robert Schmidt/Kimberly A. Schmidt 

To Kimberly, 

Always our "Tigger". We love you; and we're proud of you too! 

Happines always. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

George and Marlene Shady/Patricia Ann Shady 

We wish you the best of health, wealth and happiness always. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

Frank C. Soltesz Jr./Frank Soltesz 

Debbie Schudel/Catherine Spiegel 

Good luck Cathy in everything you do. 
Love, Mom and Pat 



Marshall and Cathy Thomas/Spencer Thomas 

Dennis and Sheila Turkall/Corrinne Marie Turkall 

Dear Corri... 

When we heard you were coming, we were filled with joyful 

surprise. ..ad all your life you have multiplied that joy while you 

constantly surprise us in so many wonderful ways!! 

Thank you for who you are. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Madeline Vunderink/Nick Vunderink 

23 years ago I graduated from Euclid and now it's your turn. You 
turned out OK and have made me very proud of you. Thanks for 
being my friend and my son. 
Mom 

Mary L. Walker/Anthony Walker Jr. 

Harry and Nancy Varik/Kimberly Warik 

Kenneth and Pat Whiteman/Kimberly Whiteman 

Bob and Debby Young/Nathan Young 

We are so proud of the extraordinary person you have become. We 
wish you happiness and success as you create your future. May God 
bless you and guide you always. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Paul, Kathy and Valerie 




Donjuanna M. Brown 
Donjuanna: 

We like you better when you were this, 

SPEECHLESS! 

CONGRATULATIONS ! 

.(I! Love, Mom and Dad 




Amy Elizabeth Ayer 
Our Dearest Amy, 

You are one of God's most precious gifts. 
Use your talents wisely. We are so very 
proud of you. We love you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Abby, Adam and Aaron 




Pam Grisard 
Dear Pam, 

As you graduate in '92, 

May all your future dreams come true. 

Remember this, your whole life through, 

We are very proud of you! ! 

Mom and Dad 




Michael Di Bartolomeo 
Mike, 

Another milestone-congratulations ! 
Our love and best wishes go with you 
as you make your future plans. 
Love, Mom, Dad and Family 




Tabitha Gamble 

Congratulations to our daughter 

Tabitha. 

We wish you much success in your 

life! 

Love, Mommy and Daddy 





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Karen Hall 

We can just see you in the next 
picture with a horse! 
We love you Karen. 
Mother, Starson, Dawn and Joy 




William Jerin 

Step 4 finished! Whew! 

But you don't have to celebrate that 

much do you? 

Congratulations, Mom, Dad and 

Steven 




Shannon Marek 

Dear Shannon, 

Even through the dark times you've 

been the sunshine of my life. 

Thank you. Honey. 

I love you, Mom 




Joy Lewin 

Joy, 

Congratulations. We are so proud of 

you. You have brought us much joy 

and fantastic memories. 

Love you. Mom and Tom 




Keith Scheurman 

Keith, 

We love you, you have always made 

our family proud. Success is waiting 

for you, and we know you will achieve 

it. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Lauren and Eliza- 




Nicole F. Lott 

Nikki, 

Some dreams come true in '92. 

I gave you love, time, understanding, 

discipline and independence. 

Use these five seeds to continue to 

grow. 




Kimberly Whiteman 
Kim, 

We are very proud of you. And we hope 
you reach all of your goals in life. You 
are very special to us and we love you a 
lot. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

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A 



Abramovic, Helen 117 

Abriani, Reid 117 

Abshire, Caron 31, 107 

Abshire, Michelle ..20, 21 , 25, 
28,31, 148, 178 

Academics 92 

Academics Divider 90 

Activities Divider 22 

Ad, Student Council 186 

Adams, Dawn 61, 107 

Adams, Jessica ...31, 56, 107 

Addis, Jane 41,94,202 

Addis, Robert 93, 202 

AFS 41 

Agaibi, Christine 30, 107 

Agnew, Richard 107 

Aides, Athletic 59 

Aides, Clinic 38 

Aides, Library 37 

Aides, Media 50 

Aides, Office 39 

Akers, Stephanie 148 

Akos, Kristen 131 

Albano, Adam 149 

Alexander, Christopher ...131 

Alexander, Myisha 149 

Allen, Damon 43, 149, 153 

Allen, Dana 107 

Allen, Donte 67,76, 117 

Allen, Marcus ....31, 117, 192 
Alspaugh, Stephen .9, 21 , 24, 
29,94, 196, 197 

Amato, Sue 40,94, 102 

Amos, Jae ....28,58, 68, 131, 
194 

Anderson, Vernesha 107 

Andrade, Marcos ..41 , 68, 88, 
132, 138, 149, 178 
Andrews, Rasa-Lila ...31, 107 



Announcers, Morning 36 

Anthony, Elijah 107 

Antonini, Justin 92, 202 

Appling, Dante 31, 107 

Appling, Marsha 84, 117 

Apuzzio, John. .149, 178, 184 

Aquilano, Gregory 131 

Araca, Anna 94,202 

Archibald, Earl 94 

Archie, Walter 148 

Argie, Frank 107 

Arlesic, John ...43, 64, 65, 66, 

148, 159, 184, 190,202 

Armaro, Gregory 117 

Armaro, Louis 131 

Ashley, Roschell..83, 84, 107 
Ashley, Stacie ....81, 83, 117, 
191 

Ashman, Joyce 25, 28, 40, 

56, 131, 195 

Ashurst, Tonia 31, 131 

Aspinwall, Lisa ...60, 61, 131, 
138, 144, 147 

Atlas, Christopher 74, 84, 

131, 192 

Attamante, William 94 

Aube, William .40,44,47,48, 
52,53,58,64,66,73, 148, 

149, 178, 183, 194,221 
Ayer, Abby.. ..60, 61,86, 116, 
117, 191 

Ayer, Amy 39, 53, 75, 149, 

164, 178,202,204 
Ayers, Jennie .24, 25, 28, 29, 
30,53,56, 149, 178, 195, 
196,221 

B 

Babb, Thomas 149 

Baber, Amy 56 

Baber, Laura 71, 107 

Babic, Randy 28, 30 

Babic, Roxanne 131 

Bachelor, Bryan 149, 178 



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Index 



Backos, Ron 94, 184, 202 

Bailey III, Joseph ..67, 84,85, 
117 

Baioni, David 68, 148, 172 

Baioni, Phillip 74, 84, 117, 

192 

Baird, Darlene 33, 117 

Baird, Dianne ..189, 196, 198 

Baker, Dwayne 148 

Baker, Kristal 84, 117, 193 

Baker, Matthew ...73, 80, 107 

Ball, James 149 

Balogh, Michael 176 

Bambic, Sandi 21 , 34, 52, 91 , 
94, 101, 151, 196,202 

Banach, Michael 80, 107 

Banach, Timothy 79, 117 

Banc, Tom 64, 65, 67, 94, 97, 
159,202 

Band, Marching 24 

Bandy, Phil 74 

Banks, Jetaun 107 

Banning, Shelley 176 

Banzatto, Gustavo 192 

Barber, Amy 27, 52, 107 

Barbish, Ethel 94 

Barcza, John 94 

Barker, Brenda 93, 98 

Barker, Maria 107 

Barkoot, Matthew 117 

Barley, Matthew 149 

Barnard, Charles 107 

Barnauskas, Michael ..65, 66, 
67 

Barnes, Mark 72, 81 

Barnes, Shaheena 107 

Barnes, Tammi 107 

Barstow, Steve .68, 133, 149, 
178 

Bartel, Kathryn 2, 107 

Bartel, Kelly ...33, 42, 78, 131 

Bartlett, Carl 117 

Barton, Christopher .117, 148 
Bartulovic, David .69, 84, 107 

Barwidi, Robyn 49, 131 

Basketball, Boy's 78 

Basketball, Girl's 82 

Batich, Stephanie 107 



Battle, Anthony T 117 

Battle, Larry 107 

Bauer, Gregory 25, 28, 29, 

32,42,58, 131 

Bay, Kamel 178 

Baylog, Jason 117 

Beard, Davera 148 

Bechtel, Carol L 92| 

Bechtel, John 35,50, 107| 

Bechtel, Rebecca 59, 89, 131 

Bechtel, Ted 149, 178 

Beck, Michael . 1 1 , 12,40,42, 
52,76, 149, 151,178, 180 

Beder, Edward 149 

Behrens, Joana 131; 

Behun, Jason 107 

Behun, Tara 131 

Beiskeidt, Jennifer 107 

Belanich, James 88,107 

Belavich, Carrie 71 , 86 

Beletic, Anthony 131 

Beletic, Jim 88 

Bell, Adonis 67, 117 

Bell, Brian 149, 180 

Bell, Chakquera 107 

Bell, Cory 107 

Bell, Meredith 71,81, 107 

Bell, Nikki 149 

Bender, Stan 94, 202 

Benjamin, De Launda 131 

Benson, Lolita 107 

Bensusan, Charlotte 94 

Bergenstein, Benjamin ....117 

Berry, Jennifer 48, 131 

Berzinkas, Tomas 150 

Berzinskas, Tom 31 

Besses, Louis L 107 

Bessire, Kimberly 117 

Beutler, Dennis 107 

Beverly, Melissa 107 

Bey, Kamel 150, 177 

Bialko, Karrie 117, 191 

Bialko, Melissa 107 

Bibbs, Derrick 150 

Biggom, Brandon .65, 84, 85, 
117,192 

Biggom, James 107, 131 

Biggom, Troy 105 



Jilak, Matthew 107 

Bilavcic, Drazan 68, 117 

Billips, Le Roy 80, 107 

Bilyk, Stephen 117 

Jirdsong, Carrie 107 

Jirdsong, Richard 107 

Jirkett, Steve 67 

Jirkett III, Evand ..54, 79, 117 
Jischof, Kimberly 41,49, 117 
iitner, Gregory. ...5, 150, 190 
3izay, Edward .150,202,207 
Slack, Allen .50,94, 196,202 

Slack, Dolores 94, 103 

Black, Steven 67, 117 

Blackford, Juliet 151, 178, 

83, 185,202 

Blackwell, Lamicca 131 

Blackwell, Tanisha 107 

Jlasius, Terri 198 

3latnik, Elizabeth. 30, 69, 107 

Bleich, Al 94 

Sleigh, Jeri Anne 131 

Bloom, Jameka 107 

Blunt, Damon 107 

Sobbs, Tanya 117 

Bodin, Thomas 79 

Boers, Brian 5 

Bolder), Thomas 117 

Boncha, Joshua .25, 28, 131, 
92 
Bonner, Isaac 31 , 65, 67, 1 1 7 

Boo, Rafael 41 

Booker, Johnny 117 

Booker, Lonzelle 131 

Boos, Matthew 50, 117 

Boose, Joseph 107 

Borally & B & G Catering . 1 33 

Borcziak, Heather 107 

3orden, Shamarr 131 

3owers, Brian 151 

3owers, Jason 115 

3owie, Clarissa 107 

3owling, Sharon ..41,49, 117 

3owling, Sherita41, 150, 178, 

I84 

3oyarsky, Therese ....41, 117 

3oyce, Aaron 73, 107 

3oyce, Erin 80 

3oyce, Michael 131 



Boyce, Nancy 150 

Boyd, A Chyrese 27, 131 

Boyd, Benjie...5, 43, 65, 150, 
155, 159, 171, 180 

Boykin, Fredreka 117 

Boykin, Jennean 150 

Boyle, Edward 49, 176 

Bradley, Linda 31, 131 

Brearton, Gene. .94, 184, 202 

Brehmer, Rebecca 94 

Bremer, Kevin 59, 65, 67, 79, 
117, 194 

Brennan, Nikki 28, 107 

Britt, Blane 117 

Brizes, Jennifer 131 

Brkic, Josip 68, 117 

Brodzinski, Katherine 131 

Brokaw, Timothy ..11, 12, 73, 
86,87, 117, 190 

Brooks, Adrian 107 

Brooks, Charles 150 

Brooks, Darrell ....64, 65, 151 
Brown, Donjuanna..151, 178, 
202, 204 

Brown, Ernieliza 41, 117 

Brown, Kelly 131 

Brown, Lakiesha 107 

Brown, Marguerite 151 

Brown, Rafael D 107 

Brown, Ronnie 117 

Brown, Sandra 69, 117 

Brown, Sandra S 84 

Brown, Stacey 8, 26, 150, 

177, 178, 193 

Bruketa, Anthony 68, 150, 

160,202 

Bruketa, Meryann 89, 107 

Bryant Jr., Ronald ....31, 150, 

183 

Brzeczkowski, Jenna..35, 59, 

107 

Buchner, Jonathan ....68, 117 

Buck, Pat 94, 202 

Bucknot, James 131 

Buggs, Kesha 83 

Buhaley, Grady 68, 117 

Bunn, Christine. .69, 131, 191 
Burdock, Nicholas ..5, 6, 150, 
184 





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Burge, Marian 108 

Burgess, James 108 

Burich, Bridget. .36, 150, 178, 

185, 196 

Burke, Daniel. ...5, 17,33,52, 

117, 131, 196 

Burkette, Steve 65 

Burless, Bryan 117 

Burnette, John 131 

Burns, Michael 118 

Bush, Brian. .73, 88, 131, 190 

Bush, Debbie 30 

Bush, Joan 89 

Bush, Kyle 74,88, 108 

Bush, Virginia 75, 84, 130, 

131 

Butkus, Daina39, 51, 83, 118, 

119 

Butkus, Saulius 65, 151 

Butler, Darnika 118, 193 

Byrd, Rayshawn 67, 118, 192 

c 

Cable, Monica 131 

Cade, Alfonzo 108 

Caine, Catherine 131, 191 

Caldwell, Cynthia 131 

Caldwell, David 151 

Caldwell, Garry 131 

Caldwell, Steven ..25, 28, 51, 

118, 192 

Callahan, Daneen 59, 118 

Callahan, Daymond ....31 , 78, 
131, 150 

Callahan, Denise 78 

Callahan, Dontrell 80, 108 

Calwise III, James 150 

Campbell, Latrice 150 

Campbell, Ryan 80 

Cantini, Eric. 65, 86, 131, 190 

Capuozzo, Joseph 150 

Caputo, Michael 118 

Carey, James 118 

Caric, Michael 69, 108 

Carlson, Eric. ..24, 25, 28, 32, 
131 

Carlson, Jan 94 

Carlson, Kevin 25, 28, 29, 51, 

108 

Carlton, Christine .42, 47, 48, 

52,53,54, 150, 184,221 

Carlton, Daniel ....52, 68, 131 

Carmody, Judith ...35,48,91, 

94, 101,202 

Carney, Kelly 195 

Carney, Mike 192 

Carney, Patrick. ..74, 84, 118, 
192 



Carol, Mary 31 

Carrera, Jose 176 

Carrera, Sandra ...20, 33, 41, 
118 

Carrier II, Joseph 108 

Carroll, Adam 118 

Carroll, Ben 33, 52, 196 

Carroll, Bridie 69, 131 

Carroll, Bryant 189, 196 

Carroll, Courtney 108 

Carroll, David 118 

Carter, Damon 108 

Castrovinci, Robert 118 

Cating, Michael ....40, 42, 58, 
131, 134 

Cavanaugh, Brian 151 

Cayne, Betsy 198 

Ceranowicz, Michele 118 

Certic, Nancy 69, 131 

Cesa, Christine 31, 132 

Chambers, Jacquelyn 34, 42, 
151,178,197 

Chambers, Ron 94 

Chambers., Jacquelyn 3 

Chandler, Ronald 188 

Chapel Machine & Tool Inc. 
119 

Charles, Latresa 1 08 

Charmain, Nicole 152 

Chatman, Donaze ...132, 152 

Chatman, Patricia 83, 118 

Cheerleaders, Basketball ..61 

Cheerleaders, Football 60 

Cherne, Greg 190 

Cherne, Gwen 41 

Cheshier, Lisa 30, 94 

Chess Club 46 

Chinchar, Russell 108 

Chinni, Adrienne..31, 56, 108 

Chitwood, Jamie 108 

Chitwood, Rachel 31, 132 

Chitwood, Sarah 31, 118 

Chmielewski, Mark 132 

Chorale, Varsity 33 

Choraliers 31 

Chorus, Mixed 31 

Chrestoff, Shannon 132 

Christen, Shannon 132 

Christides, Androniki ..69, 81, 

108 

Christides, Olympia ....30, 69, 

132 

Christopher, Maryann 1 1 8 

Christopher, Nicole. ...89, 108 

Christopher, Stephanie ....42, 

152 

Ciarlillo, Charles 108 



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207 



Cickavage, Mark ..5, 65, 153, 
178, 181 

Cimperman, John 54, 132 

Cindric, Anka 118 

Cindric, Zelko 68, 118 

Ciomek, Calli 108 

Cipo, Michael 118 

Cirino, Nick 108 

Ciulla, Cindy ..49, 52, 71, 108 

Clark, Bryant 108 

Clark, Carrie 132 

Clark, Christopher 118 

Clark, Isis 31, 118 

Clark, Kimberly 108 

Clark, Melissa 108 

Clark, Michael 153 

Clark, Rikole 118 

Clark, Shaun ...153,202,208 

Clark, Tiffany J 118 

Clarke, Melissa 69 

Clarkson, Shawn 108 

Clarkson, Sheena 108 

Clay, Markisha 31 

Clay, Michael 153 

Cleveland, Quasheba 132, 

177 

Cline, Michael 118 

Club, Chess 46 

Club, ey 51 

Coates, Akilah 108 

Coffer, Vernetta 153 

Colaianni, Carmen 94 

Coleman, David 132 

Collins, Angela 152, 164, 191 
Collins, Caroline ...41, 70, 71, 
116, 118, 184, 191 

Collins, Jacklyn 152 

Collins, Karin 132 

Collins, Kevin 118 

Collins, Manicka 108 

Colon, Damian 118 

Colonna, Anastasia 1 53 

Colonna, Christopher 108 

Comiskey, Gregory ...65, 132 
Communications, Whittle 145 

Congin, Anthony 153 

Congin, Michael 108 

Conklin, Kevin 28, 84, 108 

Conner, Christiann 118 

Cool, Casey 132 

Cool, Dane 108 

Cooper, Scott 132 

Copic, Katherine 35, 108 

Copley, Michael 108 

Corleto, Marina 108 

Corps, Flag 27 

Cosiano Jr., Ralph 118 



Costa, Christopher 108 

Cottingham, LakitaS.31, 118 
Coulter, Danielle. 43, 69, 153, 
178 

Council, Student 52 

Country, Cross 74 

Covelli, Mr. and Mrs. David 
176 

Cover, Rebecca 153 

Covic, Mario 68, 132 

Cox, Christine 31, 118 

Cox, Patricia 20, 118 

Cox, Selenea 27, 52, 132 

Cox, Thandeka 153 

Craig, Nancy 118 

Crawford, Nicole. ..25, 28, 36, 
152, 178 

Criado, Geno 31, 80, 108 

Crosby, Dawn.. ..43, 152, 168 

Crutchfield, Calvin 132 

Cucanich, Anthony 153 

Cudo,Jay 67, 118, 129 

Cummings, Damen ....76, 77, 
153 

Cummings, Russell 118 

Cunningham, Tessa .44, 152, 

153 

Cunningham Jr., Ronald 153, 

202, 209 

Cupar, David 50, 53, 58, 153, 

177, 178 

Cupar, Michael 108 

Curry, Amy 152, 178 

Curry, Vidal 192, 198,200 

Curtis, Michael 152 

Cusack, Tracy 1 76, 21 

Custer, Scott 108 

Cutwright, George 108 

Cutwright, Thomas ....37, 153 
Cvelbar, William 50, 153 

D 

D'Amico, Maria25, 28, 29, 31 , 
35,40,42,51,56, 132, 196 

D'Anna, Tim 76 

Dabbs, Reggie 123 

Dacar, Carol .59, 64, 78, 132, 
191 

Dacar, Michael 41, 108 

Dallas, Tiffany 153 

Daly, Jennifer 84 

Dane, Margana ....33, 41, 44, 
45,52,69, 118, 129 
Dane, Matthew20, 21 , 52, 68, 
76,77, 153, 155, 184 

Daugherty, Harold 94 

Daugherty, James 108 

Daugherty, Verne 3 



David III, John 84, 118 

Davidson, Kenneth ..132, 154 

Davis, Antonio 108 

Davis, Hannah 59,80, 108 

Davis, Kenneth .78, 154, 178, 
184 

Davis, Lou 88 

Davis, Lowell B 92 

Davis, Lynn 93 

Davis, Matthew 68, 86, 87, 

105,132, 190 

Davis, Michael 86, 87, 1 1 8 

Davison, Lorene ..69, 86, 1 1 8 

Davs, Dion 118 

Dawson, Donald ...67, 84, 85, 
118, 192 

Day, Tara 49, 118 

De Boe, Danielle 108 

De Boe, Donald 118 

De Boe, Harold 20, 154 

De Panicis, Terri 118 

De Panicis, Tracey ..118, 193 

Dean, Lisa 118 

Dejak, Irene 9, 20, 38, 60, 61, 
146, 147, 154, 155, 177, 178, 
184, 185,221 

Del Monte, Mark 132 

Dell, Jennifer ....56, 154, 178, 
183, 185, 195 

Dengel, John 155 

Dengel, Laura 25, 28, 118 

Dennick, Christine 132 

Dennis, Tiffeney 155, 177 

Derezic, Andrew 132 

Derezic, Daniel 120 

Derganc, Jason 69 

Derganc, Michelle ...132, 191 

Deskins, Khristina 30, 120 

Devine, Jason 154 

DeWine, Carol 92 

Di Bartolomeo, Julie ...11, 12, 
19,54,70,71,89, 104, 120, 
177, 193 

Di Bartolomeo, Michael 2, 62, 
64,65,88, 154,202,205 
Di Bartolomeo, Samuel ....36, 
40,50,65, 146, 147, 154 
Di Biase, Christopher .31 , 35, 
120, 196,202 



Di Pasquale, John 154 

Dickard, Brian 1 06 

Dickerson, Nicole T ....39, 59 
78,154,178, 183 

Dietrich, Katie 10E 

Dietz, Jennifer 155, 17E 

Dietz, Jessica 89, 106 

Dietz, Kevin 132 

Dietz, Nicholas 12C 

Dillard, Duane 155 

Dineen, Jennifer .33, 54, 132 
189, 196 

Dineen, Michelle 61 

DiPaolo's House of Beauty 
123 

Dirk, David 106 

Distributive Education 46 

Divider, Academics 9( 

Divider, Activities 22 

Divider, Last Year 186 

Divider, Senior 146 

Divider, Sports 62 

Divider, Student Life 6 

Divider, Underclass 10' 

Dixon, Adrienne 81, 8C 

Dixon, Angela 15' 

Dixon, Chad 132 

Dixon, Dennis 154, 19' 

Dixon, Forest 86 

Dlugos, Brian 106 

Doboze, Stewart 35, 15' 

Dodge, Ronald 50, 15' 

Doles, Victoria33, 52, 72, 12C 

Dolsen, Jeffrey 15' 

Dolter, Merry 37, 9' 

Dominique, Keyonna 132 

Dominique, Kimberly .31, 106 

Donato, Christopher 132 

Dooley, Anthony M 12C 

Doolin, Michael 12( 

Dorazio, James 50, 155 

Dornai, Peter 132 

Dorsey, Ray 106 

Douglas, Renee 15J 

Dowell, Demetrius 106 

Drake, Erika 27, 132 

Dreis, Brian 67, 12C 

Drienka, Sue 83,94, 202 



208 



Index 



Shaun E. Clark 

Dear Shaun; 

This picture is to remind you 

that since your first day of school 

you have come a long way. We 

are very proud of you and all 

your accomplishments. 

With all our love and great 

memories of a great son. 

Love always, Mom and Dad and 

Sisters. 




(riscoll Jr., James 31 , 67, 84, 
20,192 

)rotleff, Mark 120 

Jrotleff, Robert ....50, 67, 120 

>uBroy, Theresa 94 

)uchon, Michael 154, 178 

>uck, Dave 41 

ludley, DeMoulh 84, 132 

ludley, Sakina 132 

lugandzic, Kristina 120 

)uke, Michael 120 

lulaney, Anthony 120 

lulla, Chad .37,84, 132,190 

lunkin Jewelers 182 

>unmire, Brian ...73, 78, 154, 
59,178, 190 

>unn, Doug 69 

luran, Dana 152, 154 

lurant, Mario 86,87, 108 

lurbin, Michael 94 

lurket, Wendy 132, 191 

>ushaj, Loro 132 

iwyer, Mickelle 2, 18,43, 

48, 154, 177, 178, 180, 183, 
03 

twyer Jr., Gary 108 

tycks, Eugene 132 

lysart, Eric. ..33, 34, 52, 132, 

89,196, 197 

izerowicz, Alex 94 

E 

!. 222 St. Jazz Band 32 

i. T. Samuel, Printers Inc. 
34 

ast, Darryl 192 

chon, Gerard 132 

ckert, Suzanne 31, 120 

dsall, James 154 

dwards, Michael 108 

hrhardt, Andrew 74, 132, 

92 

hrhardt, Eric 88, 120 

l-Khatib, Bassem 155 

ler, Sylvia 108 

lliott, Tosha 12,41, 132 



Ells, Katie 52,62,69, 155, 

178, 184 

Emery, Paul 97 

Eminger, Kristina 69, 109 

Emrich, Christopher 156 

Enneper, Jean 39, 63, 70, 82, 
132 

Eppich, Christine 69, 120 

Eppich, William 5, 68, 156, 

160, 181, 184 

Erak, Mladan 132 

Ernst, Chad 109 

Ervin, Janet 120 

Esch, Karin 3, 157, 178 

Eubank, Keith 65,84, 132, 

192 

Euclid Jalousies 141 

Euclid Office Supply 141 

Euclid Sunoco 127 

Euclidian 47 

Eucuyo 48 

Evans, Joseph 120 

Evans, Stacie 6, 52, 135, 146 

F 

Fakult, Chris 190 

Fankell, Jean 98 

Fannin, Christopher 109 

Farone, Gia 120 

Farrow, Shaquita 135 

Faulisi, Mathew 157 

Felden, Paul 109 

Felice, Kelly 120 

Fell, John P 92 

Fenick, Thomas 120 

Ferenac, Alice 39, 42, 50, 59, 
135,221 

Ferrarini, Fernanda 120 

Ferrato, Melissa 106, 109 

Ferrato, Michelle J 157 

Fetkovich, Jennifer 157 

Fette, Rosalie 97 

Fifolt, Laura ....60, 61,62, 69, 
109 

Fifolt, Matthew 135 

First, Susan 97 

Fisher, Ray 190 




Ronald S. Cunningham Jr. 

Ronnie, 

We are very proud of what 
you have done, and even 
more proud of what you want 
to be. Dr. Ron C. M.D. 
We love you very much. 
Dad and Mom. 



Fisher, Tshombe 120 

FitzGerald, Meredith 193, 

199,201 

Flament, Gale 97 

Florian, Kimberly ..20, 21, 89, 

157 

Flynt, Kevin ....9,65,78, 156, 

179 

Focareto, Kelly 49, 52, 71, 

109 

Fogarty, Christin9, 43, 60, 61, 
146, 147, 148, 156, 177, 178, 
179, 180, 183,203 

Fogarty, Michele 7, 31, 86, 

120 

Football 64 

Ford, India 193, 198 

Fording, Michael 109 

Fording, Thomas50, 120, 189 

Foree, Melonie 31, 120 

Formick, Kathryn 109 

Foster, Latrina 120 

Fowler, Jane 97 

Fox, Audree 93,98 

Francetic, Brian ...74, 78, 135 

Francetic, Dan 97 

Francis, Amora...37, 84, 157, 
193 

Franic, Ivan 176 

Franic, Natalie 157 

Franklin, Lori 109 

Frano, Stacey 135 

Frantz.Tara 109 

Freedman, Holly 97 

Freeh, Joshua25, 28, 32, 109 

Freeman, Lindsay 71, 109 

Freeman, Nicole 81, 109 

Freeman, Wendy 81 

Freshmen 106 

Fuduric, Mark 65, 135 

Fuduric, Michael 109 

Fuhrman, Heidi 25, 28,29, 

32, 120 

Furlong, Christian 135 

G 

Gadson, Hakesia 135 

Gady, Chad 68, 120 

Gady, Kevin 69, 109 

Gaeta, Christina ..20, 21,157, 
179 

Gage, Quanita 37, 135 

Gajowski, Kristen .12, 39, 42, 
47, 147, 157, 177, 179, 182, 
203, 221 

Gallagher, Jan 49 

Gallon, Christie 135 



Galloway, Patricia 120 

Galloway, Trisha 35, 86 

Galosi, Edward42, 47, 52, 58, 
157, 179, 184, 194,221 
Galosi, Robert 18, 40, 47, 52, 
88, 148, 156, 179,221 

Gamble, Tabitha 9, 31, 60, 

146, 147, 157,203,205 

Gammon, James 109 

Gannon, Sean 156 

Gannon, Thomas 120 

Gannon, Timothy. 18, 86, 135 

Ganser, Jason 109 

Garagiulo, Dennis 157 

Garbincus, Amy .... 10, 12, 44, 
70,78, 151, 157, 191 

Garbincus, Matt 190 

Gardner, Dorian 157 

Gardner, Dreama 31, 109 

Gardner, Tammy 109 

Garner, Mosadi-Rra 135 

Garza, Maria 97 

Gaspersic, Erika 1 09 

Gast, Max 44, 157 

Gast, William 109 

Gates, Barbara 97 

Gavin, Lisa 6,52, 135 

Gboney, Audrey 27, 156, 183 

Gboney, Yvonne 156 

Geddes, Elizabeth 41, 120 

Geiger, Melissa .52, 120, 191 
Gelazis, Tadas ...40, 58, 157, 
172, 179 
Gembarski, Renee ..157, 179 

Georgigevdin, Alisa 31 

Geppetto's Pizza & Ribs .134 

Gerland, Greg 190 

Germany, Omar 28, 109 

Gessler, Lynn .27, 42, 52, 53, 
54, 157, 163,179 
Gezann, Karen24, 25, 28, 56, 
109 

Gezann, Sheri 195, 198 

Giancola, Anna 109 

Gibaldi, Joseph 157 

Gibaldi, Michael 120 

Gibbons, John 68,97 

Gibbs, Tomeka ....82, 83, 120 

Gibson, Shanel 157, 179 

Gilbert, Kirk 135 

Gillyard, Carlos 28, 109 

Glavan, Stacie 71, 109 

Glover, Erica 176 

Gochneaur, Christy 135 

Godec, Jamie 109 

Godina, Joseph .10, 155, 158 
Godina, Robert 120 



Index 



209 



Goebel, James 97, 220 

Gojevic, Joseph. 44, 158, 179 

Golf 73 

Golinar, Kristen ..5, 9, 60,61, 

147, 158, 164, 179 

Gomez, Marcos 9, 65, 76, 77, 

158, 192 

Good, Paula ...25, 28, 51, 56, 

120 

Gooding, Bill 97 

Gordon, Charles 120 

Gordon, Clarence 135 

Gorman, Kevin 109 

Gorman, Meghan .7, 55, 156, 

158, 179, 191 

Gorman, Michael 120 

Graffius, Heather 43, 55, 148, 
155, 159, 177, 179, 180, 193 
Granito, Jeffrey. ..25, 28, 116, 
120 

Granito, Kevin 135, 197 

Grant, Jason 109, 115 

Grant, Orlando 120 

Graves, Samantha 176 

Gray, Ikeira 135 

Gray, Jason 76, 80, 109 

Gray, Kevin 69, 109 

Gray, Melinda 120 

Gray, Scott 68, 158, 159, 179 

Grayer, Angelissa 135 

Grayer, Michele 109 

Grayes, Damian 120 

Green, Eric 135 

Green, Rubin 135, 158 

Greer, Nikeeya 31, 109 

Greer, Roshawn D 64, 65, 

158 

Gregory, Brandon 120 

Greisl, Ed 102 

Grice, David 53, 78, 158, 179, 
183, 184,203,211,221 
Grieshammer, Sarah 120, 193 

Griffin, Jennifer 120 

Grisard, Jennifer. ..41, 49, 52, 

121 

Grisard, Pamela ...27, 52, 55, 

159, 163, 179, 184, 185,203, 
204 

Grisez, Barry 80, 109 

Grisez, Dan ....19, 37,40, 47, 
48,84, 158, 179, 194,221 

Gross, Katy 109 

Grossman, Jeffrey 5, 68, 159, 
179, 190,203 

Groves, Janelle 9, 43, 60, 61 , 
146, 147, 148, 158, 164, 177, 
179, 180, 181, 183, 184 



Grywalski, Susan 121 

Gubitosi, Tom 97, 202 

Gudaitis, Angela 30, 121 

Gugliotta, John 158, 179 

Gugliotta, Thomas. ...50, 135, 
190 

Guilfoyle, Brian 190 

Gustafson, Cynthia 109 

Gustafson, Debra 78, 135 

Gustafson, Stacy 135 

Gustetic, Jason 135 

Guttu, Robert 121 

Guttu, Steven 79, 121 

Guy, Amy 81, 109 

Guzaiskis, Marty 88 

H 

Habat, Pat 97,202 

Hadyk, Julianne..71, 86, 121, 
129, 191 

Haffey, James 121 

Haffey, Joshua 31, 109 

Haggerty, Timothy .. 1 58, 1 79, 
192 

Hagood, Jewel 31, 109 

Haile, Jennifer 109 

Haile, Tona 158 

Halbedel, Tom 74,84,97 

Hall, Carlos 121 

Hall, Charles 79, 121 

Hall, Jennifer 81,83, 109 

Hall, Karen 203,205 

Hall, Keely 135 

Hall, Mario 65,66,67, 121 

Halloween 54 

Hamilton, Jacqueline .78, 135 

Hamilton, Lesley 8, 16, 27, 

33, 135, 189, 196 

Hamilton, Sue 191 

Hancock, Gregory 121 

Hannan, Eileen 72, 135 

Harmon, David 135 

Harmon, Tamara 135 

Harper, Eddie 158 

Harper, LaTassha 109 

Harper, Regina 135 

Harper Jr., Alfred 121 

Harris, Damian 109 

Harris, Robert 159 

Harris, Ronald 109 

Harris, Semika 159 

Harris, Sharryse 27, 109 

Harris, Sue 93 

Harris, Tanyanekia 109 

Harris, Tremaine 135 

Harris, Wendy ....52,55, 158, 

179 

Harris Jr., Larry 135 



Harrison, Jennifer.... 121, 135 

Harrison, Johnathan 109 

Harrison, William ..66, 67, 76, 
109 

Harsch, Erin 31, 121 

Harsh, Derek 135 

Hart, Gregory 135 

Hart, Melanie 176 

Hartman, Amanda 41, 121 

Hartman, Dave 3 

Hartman, Marganna 158 

Hartman III, William 109 

Hartmann, Jeff ...97, 184, 190 

Hartson, Nyesha 109 

Hartson, Paul 135 

Harwood, Catherine ....90, 97 

Haselbusch, Andrea 121 

Hausen, Dawn 121 

Hausen, Tamara ....158, 179, 
183, 185 

Hawkins, Mitchell 31, 121 

Hawthorne, Michael 121 

Hayes, Jennifer 51 

Hayes, Monique ...24, 25, 28, 

29, 135 

Hayes, Rachael 52, 158, 179, 

184 

Haynes, Alana....45, 53, 158, 

179,203,212 

Haynes, Angela 69, 109 

Haynes, April 135 

Hazelwood, Andrea 89 

Head, Ericka 135 

Heck, Gretchen159, 160, 168 

Hejduk, Jennifer 109 

Hejduk, Julianne 57 

Helcberger, Albert 121 

Hendrickson, Amy41, 52, 121 

Henry, Susan 121 

Heramb, Robert. .68, 97, 121, 

194 

Herbert, Christina .... 1 35, 1 59 

Herbert, Scott 135 

Herman, Karvarees 109 

Herman, Marrico 160 

Hess, David V 135 

Hess, John 109 

Heuer, Amy 7,31,45,71, 

104, 135, 138, 144 



Heuer, Carolyn ..97, 106, 202 

Hickman, Charlene 1 0S 

Hicks, Tiffany 121 

Higham, Gregory .76, 77, 121 
Highland, Tiffany ..31,35,41; 
121, 197 

Hilger, Amy 111 

Hill, Lehendro 161 

Hill, Naglia 31 

Hillier, Catherine. ..41, 44, 52, 
69,121 

Hillier, Craig 67, 121 

Hillier, Robert 111 

Hiser, Jennifer 20, 53, 70, 82, 
152, 160,161, 179,184,193 

Hlabse, Mark 121 

Hobson, David 1 1 1 

Hocevar, Anthony 121 

Hochschild, Karen 161 

Hockey 86 

Hodder, Amy ...2,71,81, 111 

Hodder, Karen 102 

Hodder, Kelly. .36, 39, 40, 53, 
63,70, 152, 160, 161, 179, 
183, 184, 191 

Hodge, Bryan 121 

Hoffart, Tom 97 

Hoffert, Frank 97,202 

Hoffman, Matthew 1 1 1 

Hoffman, Michael 111 

Hoffman, Tim 190 

Hohs, Miriam 71, 135, 193 

Holland, Joshua 111 

Hollins, Kenyadus 20, 45, 

161, 179, 183, 192,198 

Hollis, Annette 39,41, 84, 

121, 193 

Holloman, Jason 121 

Holloway, Antoine 111 

Homecoming 10 

Homovec, Richard 97 

Hoover, Robert 121 

Hopkins, Jessica ....2, 49, 71 , 
111 

Hoppert, Deanna 89, 121 

Horton, Carlita 20,21,52, 

160, 179 

Horton, Jeffrey 1 1 1 



210 



Index 




Houchins, Deborah ....26, 27, 
37, 181 

Howard, Dawn 58, 160 

Howard, Jessica 1 1 1 

Howard, Luciana 1 1 1 

Howard, Marcus 121 

Howard, Orry 80, 111 

Howard, Rashawn 1 1 1 

Howard, Terry 121 

Howell, Carrie 31, 35,52, 111 
Hren, Anthony 24, 25, 28, 32, 
50,88, 121 

Huddleston, Janet ....43, 161, 
179, 185 

Hudson, Quentin 76 

Hudspath, Nicole 1 1 1 

Hughes, Heather 121, 193 

Humbert, Kwanita 121 

Humphery, Tilden 31, 121 

Hunter, Joan 135 

Hutchins, Amy 111 

Hutson, Robert 136 

Hutton, CharleaM 111 

I 

annetta, Lisa. 31, 35, 72, 121, 
197 

Inghram, Matthew 111 

Irby, Valerie 121 

Isgro, Brian 121 

Israel, Kirk 28,32,41,58, 

138, 161, 189 

Ivey, Deonna.31, 33,45, 121 

J 

Jablonski, Frank .49, 97, 137, 
202 

Jackson, Brian 192 

Jackson, De Shawn 1 1 1 

Jackson, Devan..64, 65, 161, 
182, 192 

Jackson, Israel 84 

Jackson, Lee 193, 198 

Jackson, Nicole 84, 121 

Jackson, Richard 121 

Jackson, Shelli 176 



Jackson Jr., Israel 111 

Jakimowicz, Jessica ... 1 9, 31 , 

121 

Jakopanec, Susan.. ..69, 161, 

177 

Jakse, Jeffrey 1 1 1 

Janez, Joe 80 

Janezic, Sonia 8, 26, 111 

Janout, Phillip 111 

Jayne, P Neal 122 

Jeffrey, Ricky 122 

Jenko, Christina 111 

Jennings, Solema 111 

Jensen, Jesse 11 1 

Jerele, Dawn ...9, 60, 61, 136 

Jergensen, Monique 136 

Jerin, William ....7, 73, 88, 89, 
161,179, 184, 190,203,205 
Jernigan, Raeshuan ...10, 11, 
64,65,67,78,85, 105, 133, 
136, 189 

Jeroncic, Valerie 31 ,111 

Jim, Selena 81 

Jobs 18 

Jogel, Gretchen 1 1 1 

Johnson, Christine 31 

Johnson, Kenneth 67, 122 

Johnson, Kevin 67, 122 

Johnson, Lanesha 136 

Johnson, Latanyia 1 1 1 

Johnson, Lillian 31, 136 

Johnson, Ralph 122 

Johnson, Sandra31, 122, 130 

Johnson, Shenise 111 

Johnson, Stacie...41, 69, 122 

Johnson, Tenesia 1 1 1 

Jolly, Stacy 160,203 

Jones, Amont 136 

Jones, Arthur 160 

Jones, Ayonna 136, 193 

Jones, Demetria 136 

Jones, Kisha 52, 111 

Jones, La Shaunda 161 

Jones, Robbin 136 

Jones, Shantai 134, 136 

Jones, William 67, 122 

Jones, Yolanda 83, 111 

Jordan, Brian 67,85, 122 

Jordan, Jeff 68 




David Grice 

To our "Chief, 
Congratulations! May 
you fill the "shoes of life 
ahead" as well as you've 
done so far. We're proud 
of you and will love you 
always! 
Love; Mom and Dad. 



Jordan, Pamela ....60, 61, 69, 

111 

Jordan, Scott65, 67, 122, 129 

Jorz, Angela 136 

Journey, Joseph 11 1 

Joyce, Peter 122 

Juengel, Benjamin.. .136, 190 

Juniors 130 

Juratic, Julie ...161, 171, 179, 
221 

Juratovac, Susan 161 

Jurgensen, Monique 69 

K 

Kadras, Konstantina 136 

Kale, David 48, 136 

Kaleal, Jeffrey 16,36,42,46, 

47, 53,58, 161, 179,221 

Kalinowski, Kyle 161 

Kane, Caroline 136, 203 

Karaba, Dennis 122 

Karaba, Fred 136 

Karabinus, Joseph 122 

Karabinus, Michael. 3, 19, 33, 
36,47,48,52,53,62, 148, 
160, 179, 184,221 

Karnak, Carolyn 111 

Karnak, Rebecca 199 

Kascak, Jennifer. .60, 61, 111 

Katona, Joyce 97 

Kausek, Laurie 160 

Keaveney, Lynn 6, 161 

Keeney, Shannon 1 1 1 

Keffer, Anthony 161, 179 

Keffer, Jessica 111 

Keffer, Tony 43 

Kehn, Jan 97,202 

Keiffer, Melannie 122 

Kekic, Kelly.... 2, 20, 148, 161 

Kekic, Lisa 161 

Kelley, Brian 80 

Kelley, Devin 161, 171 

Kelley, Jim 97 

Kelley, Sunny-Jim 111 

Kelly, Jeffrey 111 

Kelnhofer, Michael 20, 21, 31, 
33,40,44,45, 162, 179 

Kemp, ErikkaD 111 

Kenas, Antoinette 31 

Ketchum, Kevin ...25, 28, 111 

Kidd, Tyreal 122 

Kilgore, Chastity 122 

Killion, Mark 111 

Killion, Matthew 162, 175, 

185, 194 

Kim, Joon .10, 12, 16,44,47, 

48, 151, 152, 162, 179 
Kimball, David .162, 164, 179 



King, Anne 31, 57, 69, 136 

King, Monolito 136 

King, Montoyia ....81, 83, 111 

Kiral, Mary 111 

Kish, Kristin 31,56, 111 

Klann, David 122 

Kleckner, Casey ..25, 28, 122 

Klein, Ellen 97 

Kletecka, Christopher 80, 1 1 1 

Knaack, Steve 76 

Knight, Hoyet 122 

Knirnschild, Stephanie ....136 

Knistautas, Lynda 136 

Knuth, Robert 92 

Kobe, John 25,28, 136 

Kochis, Jessica 69, 1 1 1 

Kocina, Dustin 162 

Koenig, Jeanne 93 

Koepp, Kristina 1 1 1 

Kohanski, Timothy 73, 86, 87, 
136 

Kohler, Daniel 136 

Kollar, Karen 31, 122 

Korb, David 136 

Kostansek, Paul .52, 88, 146, 
151, 163, 181, 183, 184 

Kovac, Karly 136,203 

Kovacevich, Mark.. ..136, 190 

Kovacic, Edward 163 

Kovatch, T. Brad 111 

Kowalski, Jeffrey 162 

Kracheck, Joseph 122 

Kramer, Barbara E 92 

Kramer, Robert. ..44, 68, 162, 
213 

Kristo, Jason 162, 179 

Kristoff, Jeffrey 68, 136 

Krsak, Joseph 111 

Kucaric, Anthony 162 

Kucinski, Candace ..162, 179 

Kugel.Joe 163, 179 

Kuhen, Sarah 31,35,59, 111 

Kukla, Denise 122, 177 

Kunchik, Laura 110 

Kunes, Mary ....8, 26, 28, 111 

Kunes, Roger 190 

Kusa, Michelle 136 

Kwiatkowski, Mark 59, 65, 66, 
136 

L 

La China, Angela 1 1 1 

La China, Stacy 122 

Ladovich, Stephan ....84, 112 



Index 



Lake Jr., Jimmie ...65, 76, 77, 

136 

Lange, Jeremy 40, 44, 48, 49, 

68, 136, 194 

Lanzaretta, Colleen ...56, 163 

Lanzaretta, Matthew 136 

Lapuh, Gwendolynn 112 

Lapuh, Jeffrey ...67, 122, 194 

Lapuh, Wendy 72, 81 

Lardomita, Jack 65 

Last Year Divider 188 

Latine, Jeffrey 112 

Latine, Seona....51, 162, 180 

Lauria, Kelly 51 

Lausche, Darrell ...25, 51 , 53, 
162, 180 

Laush, Johnny 112 

Lawrence, Christina ..51, 122 

Lawrence, David A 92 

Lawrence, Eric 136 

Lawrence, Sahara Lovey 1 62 

Leach, Melissa 112 

Leben, Shawn 112 

Lech, Paul 50, 162 

Lederer, Corey 122 

Lee, Michael 78, 136 

Lellis, Jane 91,97,202 

Lemieux, Matthew ....86, 122, 

192 

Lemieux, Robert. ..55, 86, 87, 

136 

Lemmois, Greg 122 

Leonardi, Joanne 122 

Leonardi, Joseph. ...162, 180, 
190 

Leonetti, Betsy 98, 202 

Lepley, Jennifer 112 

Lewin, Joy ....53, 63, 70, 152, 
160, 163, 176, 180, 183, 185, 
189, 191,203,205,221 

Lewis, Narieka 38, 112 

Lewis, Tameka 122 

Lidrbauch, Joan. ..48, 98, 202 

Lin, Shu-Hui 31, 136 

Linderman, Joan 98 

Lindic, Amy 26, 39, 112 

Lindsey, Stephen 65, 163, 

171 

Linn, Benjamin 112 

Lishing, Susan 43, 136 

Little, Jason 122 

Little, Karen 98 

Little, Robin 112 

Loas, Mark 67 

Lockers 16 

Lohn, Robert 122 



Lomac, Mary 98, 202 

Long, Debra ...33, 34, 39, 52, 
148, 162, 180, 183, 184, 196, 
221 

Longbrake Jr., Patrick 74, 

136, 192 

Longstreth Jr., David 1 1 2 

Lornwell, Edward 122 

Lott, Nicole 162,203,205 

Loveless, James 122 

Loveless, Kristen 43, 162, 

176, 177, 180, 183 

Lowe, Jree 28, 122 

Lowe, Ken 98, 137 

Lowery, Donald ..44, 67, 162, 

168 

Lowery, Shawn.. ..88, 89, 122 

Lucas, Marge 98, 202 

Lucas, Matthew 122 

Lucido, Christopher 112 

Ludvick, Joe 31 

Ludvik, Emma 122 

Ludvik, Joseph 112 

Luikart, April .35,39, 52, 136, 
197 

Luikart, Sean 112 

Lukat, Candi ...39, 40, 42, 53, 
162, 180, 197 

Luke, Amanda 57, 136 

Lumadue, Arle 98, 191 

Lux, Patty 198 

Ly, Michelle 112 

Ly, Thang 112 

Lyle, Kimberly 163 

Lynch, Kyle 88, 122 

Lynn, Michele .17, 24, 25, 28, 
53,56, 163, 195,203 
Lyons, Brian 31, 112 

M 

Macek, Jerry 196 

Mackemull, Jim 98 

Macleod, Brian 136 

Madden, Sarah 136 

Mahle, Christina 112 

Mahovlic, Christian 122 

Maines, Tamara 27, 122 

Majercik, Carie 136 

Majorettes 26 

Makupson II, Stanley 122 

Malaney, Dana 112 

Malnar, Michael 122 

Malone, Damon 122 

Malone, Karnita ...31, 52, 112 

Manburg, Marc 98 

Mance, Jozefina 54, 136 

Mannarino, Mike 164 



»12 



Index 



Mannarino, Stacy 122 

Mansperger, Ellen 25, 28, 32, 
37,41,42,55,56, 136 

Marcelli, Carla 136 

Marcelli, Joe 30, 112 

Marching Band 24 

Marchuk, Jane 136 

Marchuk, Melissa 164 

Marchuk, Samuel ....139, 192 

Marcu, Steven 80, 98 

Marek, Shannon7, 52, 54, 75, 
155, 165, 180, 183,203,205 

Marer, Shaljason 193 

Maria, Bernardo 122 

Marincek, Tracy 55, 163, 165, 
182, 193,221 

Marinelli, Melissa 139 

Markon, Oliver 165 

Maroli, Diane 98, 202 

Marron, Nathaniel 25, 28, 122 

Marsh, Kathy 98 

Marshal, Tom 67 

Marteletti, Tatiana17, 69, 122 

Martin, Michelle 112 

Martincic, Skip 86 

Marunowski, Kelly 52, 139 

Marusic, Anthony 68, 69, 139 

Marusic, Joseph 80, 112 

Masek, David 112 

Masek, Jennifer 43, 139 

Mason, Teh 165 

Massingill, Thomas 124 

Masten, Michele 124 

Master Pizza 133 

Masters, Choral 31 

Masterson, James ....73, 139, 
197 

Matiaska, Carla 199,201 

Matko, Allen 98 

Matlock, Tiffany 112 

Mauldin, De Vonna..165, 177 

Maurer, Maggie 31 

Maurer, Margaret 139 

Maxson, Dan 70, 191 

Maxwell, Charles .33, 67, 124 

Maxwell, Ricky 124 

May, Patrick 124 

Maynard, Jason 112 

Maynard, Rhonda 124 

Mazar, Maria 124 

Mazzei, Lillian 41, 71, 104, 

124 

Mc Arthur, Joseph 43, 164 

McCandless, Kelly 164 

Mc Cants, Altonio 124 

McCarthy, Kevin 112 

Mc Cartney, Kevin 124 

Mc Closkey, Dina 49, 124 

McClure, Lura 112 

Mc Coy, Angelo 112 

Mc Coy, Tameka 112 

McCray, D'Hiate 31, 112 



Mc Creight, Jason 68, 124 

Mc Crone, Joseph ...139, 190 

Mc Daniel, Otha 124 

Mc Dougal, Rashaun .28, 112; 
Mc Dougall, Michael ...36, 65,, 
165 

Mc Dougel, Rashawn 28 1 

Mc Duffie, Erica 165 

Mc Duffie, Shannon 139 

Mc Ewen, Sharon 124 

Mc Ghee, Deliska.36, 52, 55,; 
82,165, 179,180, 185 

McGrath, Martin 44, 165 

Mc Griff, Latonia 31, 112J 

Mc Grader, Danielle 139 

McGuckin, Sean P 112 

Mc Guinness, Michael20, 139 

Mc Guinness, William 92, 

184, 199,202 

Mc Kay, Christopher 124 

Mc Kean, Angela 165 

Mc Kee, Justin 68, 124 

Mc Kinney, Darnea....80, 112 

Mc Laughlin, Judy 98, 202 

Mc Michael, Jewvon ..78, 139 

Mc Millan, Michael 112 

Mc Namara, Mary. ..9, 60, 61, 

146, 147, 164 

McNeill, Michael .86, 87, 124 

McPeek, Matt 190 

McLaughlin, Robert 92 

Meadows, Orlando 112 

Meden, Stacey7, 71, 82, 124, 

177, 191 

Medved, Dawn ...49, 72, 139, 

191 

Medved, Tina 52, 124 

Medves, Chantelle 43, 52, 

164 

Medvick, William 91,92 

Meeks, Gary 78, 139 




Alana Haynes 

Lonie; 

Who loves-u-better? 



Meier, Nicole 71, 112 

Melaragno, John 124 

Mellen, Edie 98, 196 

Melnyk, Jennifer ...36, 45, 48, 
49,53,72, 160, 165, 180, 
183,185, 191,203,214 

Melton, Rhonda 112 

Meros, Danno 76, 139 

Merrill, Timothy 124 

Merritt, Anthony 165 

Merritt, Christopher 112 

Meyers, Carol 37, 98 

Meyers, Maureen 139 

Meyers, Michael 112 

Michael, Tina 124, 193 

Mihalic, Daniel 112 

Mihalic, Kathy 71 

Mihalic, Kristen ... 71, 82, 124, 
177, 191 

Mihalic, Meredith 70, 133, 

139, 144, 191 

Mihalic, Mike 175 

Mikich, Kim 198 

Miklowski, Janeen 72, 112 

Mikulcic, Lydia 52, 165 

Miles, Maxine 31, 33, 98 

Milinski, Danielle ..31,41, 69, 

124 

Miller, Cecilia. ..7, 57, 71, 124 

Miller, Demarco 76, 112 

Miller, Jane 31, 124 

Miller, Raymond 86, 112 

Miller, Tremayne 112 

Mingle, Brent 124 

Minich, Christine 139, 191 

Miocic, Paul 139 

Miocic, Suzanna 112 

Miranda, Courtney 124 

Miranda, Rosalyn 60, 61, 112 

Miskinis, Aldona 98 

Mitcham, Rashid 165, 180 

Mitcham, Rochelle 112 

Mitchell, Chandrielle 139 

Mitchell, Donovan 165 

Mitchell, Michael 164 

Mitchell, Monesha 139 

Mitchell, Tina 193 

Mlac, Christie 39, 139 



Mock, Heather 176 

Mogyorody, Patricia ...27, 31, 

139 

Molakakis, Christopher.... 112 

Mominey, David 112 

Mominey, Douglas 112 

Mominey, Ray 124 

Monge, Melanie 124 

Monroe, Bradford 112 

Montagner, Julie. ..7, 70, 139, 
160, 191 

Montani, Ray 98 

Mooney, Benjamin 25, 28, 29, 
32,86,112 

Moore, Debra 124 

Moore, Denise.164, 180, 182 

Moore, Priest 139 

Moore, Shannon 112 

Moore, Thomas 124 

Moore, Tia 113 

Moorman, Jennifer 139 

Moorman, Roshid 31 

Moorman, Takia 31 

Morris, Carrie 124 

Morris, Gregory 113 

Morris, Herbert 65, 139 

Morris, Katie 98, 202 

Morris, Raymond86, 139, 190 

Morris Jr., Jeffery 113 

Morrison, Hallie 139 

Morrison, Terance 124 

Mosby, Todd 113 

Moses, Stephanie ...165, 183 

Moses, Todd 113 

Moskalski, David 113 

Moster, Elizabeth .45, 47, 72, 
104, 160,165, 195,221 
Moushey, Martin 12, 139, 190 

Mowell, Brian 113 

Mowell, Shawn 124 

Moyer, Brian 124 

Moyer, Kelly ...25,28,41,89, 
124, 193 

Mr. Build 129 

Mueller, John 124 

Mullen, Joanne 124 

Munici, Angelina 139 

Munici, Nicole 124 




Muscarella, Kathy. ..7, 38, 52, 
75, 155, 163, 165, 180, 183, 
184, 193 

Muzinic, Chris 190 

Muzinic, Elizabeth 31, 35, 

124,203 

Myers, Damien 165 

Myles, Wendy 33, 139 

Mytrosevich, Lisa 139 

N 

Nadvornik, Shannon 106, 113 
Nagode, Melissa 42, 56, 124, 
195 

Nagy, Erika 139 

Nagy, Michael ....84, 85, 103, 
139 

Nainiger, William 84, 113 

Napolo, Wai 56 

Naro III, James 113 

Nash, Darryl 139, 165 

Neal, Shawn 139 

Negrelli, Jolie 139 

Nehrig, Sarah .31, 34, 35, 45, 
124, 197 

Nemerovsky, Sherry 139 

Netherly, Eric 113 

Newell, Paul 196 

Newsom, Eric 124 

Newsome, Andrew 68, 76, 

139 

Newsome, Brian 76, 113 

NHS 53 

Nickell, Laura .9,60,61, 139, 
146, 147 

Nickels, Jack 175 

Nicolosi, Stephen 68, 124 

Niebes, Carole 98, 142 

Niemann, Shaunda 113 

Niksick, Kimberly 113 

Nocera, Michael 113 

Nolan, Chet 65 

Nolan, John 139, 190 

Norman, Takia 124 

Norris, Adam 67, 88, 124, 194 

Norris, Lorenzo 192 

Norton, Christopher. ..33, 139 

Norton, Rachel 166 

Norton, William 113 

Nosan, Mary 124 

Nosse, Lawrence .20, 21, 33, 
62,64,65,78, 166, 180, 183, 
192,203 

Novak, Kenneth 73, 139 

Novak, Kory 113 

Novak, Marie 139 

Nowak, Leah 166 

Nowosielski, James 125 



Nowosielski, Joseph 1 66 

Nugent, Colleen 166, 180 

Nugent, Michael 125 

Nugent, Noreen 38, 167 

Nykiel, Jack 167,203 

o 

O'Brien, Janet 113 

O'Doshey, John 88 

O'Flynn, Mike 192 

O'Keefe, llese 52 

O'Neill, Martin 67, 125 

Obeng, Kofi 88, 1-66, 167 

Oboczky, Michelle ...166, 203 

Oletz, Nicholas 125 

Olszens, Keith 197 

Olszewski, Laurie 113 

Orchestra 30 

Orgovan, Matthew 125 

Oroz, Helen ....41, 44, 45, 52, 
69,72, 125, 197 

Orsulic, Silvia 42, 139 

Oilman, Marie 125, 177 

Ortman, Mathew 84, 113 

Osama, Assadi 113 

Osredkar, Diane 113 

P 

Padavick, Andy 125 

Padavick, April 113 

Padavick, Sherry 125 

Pae, Steven 113 

Pae, Susan 166 

Pagonis, Despina 31, 125 

Panyathong, Ouane 166 

Paolucci, James 139 

Papo, Nicholas 125 

Papp, Erika 125 

Parey, Christine 113 

Parey, Melissa 27, 51 , 56, 89, 

139 

Parise, Cara7, 39,42, 60, 61, 

116, 125, 193 

Parker, Marc 64, 65, 166 

Parrino, Sally 196 

Parrino, Shane 167 

Parsons, William 125 

Paskert, Joan 45, 98, 184 

Pasquale, Ben 92 

Patel, Manishbhai 167 

Patel, Minalben 113 

Paterson, Laurie 191 

Patouhas, Leonidas 113 



Index 



213 



Patrick, Shevaughn 113 

Patterson, Katherine ..27, 28, 
31,51,54, 140,221 

Patterson, Nicole 140 

Patton, Damon 140 

Paul, Judy 98 

Pawlowski, Adam 58, 98 

Payne, Sarah 125 

Peacock, Chamika 125 

Pearson, Pepe31, 64, 65, 84, 
125, 133, 188, 192 

Pecnik, Renee 113 

Peer Tutors 42 

Pekol, Anne 44, 166 

Pekol, Julie 44,82, 140 

Pelz, Joshua 88, 125, 140 

Pennington, Tequila ...11, 12, 
13, 145, 151, 166, 177, 180 

Penny, Teresa 140 

Peoples, Bryan9, 65, 84, 105, 
140, 147, 192 

Peralta, Christina 113 

Peredne, Irma 113 

Perez, Frank 91, 92 

Perez, Jo-Rita 98 

Perez, Peter 125 

Perkins Restaurant 137 

Perme, Raymond 140 

Perovsek, Christopher 140 

Perry, Christine 16, 89 

Perry, Joseph 125, 129 

Perry, Levelle 31 

Perry, Lynnette 31, 81, 83, 

125 

Perry, Nicholas ...5, 166, 183, 

185 

Perry, Scott 113 

Peru, Bobby 125 

Pesek, Gregory 69, 113 

Pesek, Jeffrey 20, 68, 84, 166 

Pestle, Greg 69 

Peters, Mark 44, 140 

Peters, Matthew 125, 133 

Petkovic, Tracy ...7, 166, 183, 
184 

Petrasko, Jason 140 

Petrick, Deborah 98 

Petrik, Kari 140 

Petrovic, Robert 98, 202 

Petrovic, Silvya 31 

Petrowski, Brian 125 

Petrowski, Dawn 191 

Petrowski, Melissa 113 

Petterson, Michael ....65, 140 
Petty, Michael 125 



214 



Index 



Pfahl, Benjamin ..68, 84, 167, 
180, 183, 192,203 

Pfahl, Devanie 69, 125 

Pfeifer, Scott 125,203 

Phillips, Myron 67 

Phillips, Nicole 31,41, 125 

Phillips, Rebekah 140 

Phillips II, Nathaniel. ..25, 125 

Phillips Jr., Alphonzo 125 

Phillis, Jason ....7,40,53,68, 
167, 179, 180, 184, 190,204 
Phipps, Karen. 31, 38, 70, 71, 
166, 180, 183 

Picard, Danielle 113 

Picozzi, Jennifer 19, 140 

Pierce, Justin 125 

Pierce, Lakesha 140 

Pierce, Rachel E 71, 89 

Pignatiello, Roy ....65, 66, 67, 
82, 98, 202 

Pike, Dan 166, 192 

Pikus, Catherine ..31, 61, 113 

Pikus, James 125 

Pikus, Jim 76 

Pikus, Rachel 140 

Pinzarroni, Christina166, 180, 
191 

Pinzarroni, Jennifer 1 52 

Piotrowski, Dawn 125 

Pirich, Brent 113 

Piscitello, Jacqueline166, 180 

Pittman, Tiruss 125 

Pla, Sally 98, 137,202 

Play, Fall 34 

Plevelich, Michelle. 8, 26, 166 

Podmore, David 74, 140 

Podmore, Debbie .41, 45, 52, 
69, 125 

Pollard, Tameka 140 

Pomiecko, Ginger 49, 140 

Ponsart, Joe 167 

Pope, Jason 125 

Popovic, Sean J 140 

Popp, Angelina 140 

Post, Jessica 113 

Powalie, Elizabeth 71, 113 

Powalie, Melissa 140 

Powaski, Ronald 98 

Powell, Anthony 125 

Powell, Deborah 167 

Powell, Steve 168 

Powell, Timothy 125 

Prejean, Suzanne 113 

Presot, Jim .43,69, 101, 141, 

177,202 

Preston, William ...28, 29, 76, 

113 

Price, James 73, 113 

Primosch, Lisa 31 , 59, 64, 78, 
125 



Pritchett, Angela M 1 68 

Prodan, Nino 88, 125 

Puglia, Christine ..27, 31, 113 
Puglia, James.... 43, 140, 169 

Pupo, Joseph 169, 180 

Pursley, F Jason 140 

R 

Radachy, Karen ...53, 75, 82, 
169, 180, 183, 184,193 
Raguz, Marija .40, 44, 47, 48, 
152, 169 

Raicevich, Mike 73, 101 

Ramlow, Barbara 41, 101, 

202 

Ramlow, Robert 84, 101, 192, 

202 

Ransaw, Nakia 140 

Ray, Kacie 125 

Reagan, Daniela 60, 113 

Reed, Melanie 30, 113 

Reed, Michelle ...33,78, 169, 

180 

Reed, Richard ..7, 31 , 43, 55, 

140, 168,221 

Reed, Willie 65,66, 125 

Reichert, Robert 140 

Reichman, Adam 64, 65, 140, 
159, 190 

Reksten, James 125 

Relliford, Angela 168 

Renftle, David 113 

Reno, Charles 101, 167 

Repko, Allison 41, 44, 52, 69, 
125 

Repko, Amy 72, 113 

Rettger, Laura 113 

Rezzolla, Mike ..65, 146, 147, 
191 




Jennifer Melnyk 

Jenn, 

We will always be proud of 

you no matter what kind of 

mood you're in. 

Love ya, Mom and Dad. 



Rhodes, Katherine ..140, 169 

Rhodes, Lisa 125 

Richards, Jack 190 

Richardson, Anjanette 169 

Richardson, Wyley 125 

Richmond, Wendy 75, 140 

Riding, Mike 74 

Ridings, Chris 31 

Ridings, Scott 125 

Riedel, Denise ..8, 26, 36, 54, 
169, 180, 183, 184,193 

Riedel, Lisa 193 

Riek, Stephen 113, 115 

Riha, Michael ....31, 140,204 
Risko, Debrah 39, 55, 70, 

163, 169, 180, 191 

Ritz, Kimberly...43, 140, 148, 

164, 169, 180, 184 

Rivera, Frances 39, 168, 180, 
183 

Roberts, Ann 101 

Robinson, Akilah 125 

Robinson, Hope .33, 52, 146, 
168, 180, 184, 198 

Rocco, Missy 198 

Roden, Marie 101 

Rodriguez, Joe 90, 101 

Roever, Dave 123 

Rogers, James 1 40, 1 69 

Rogers, Robert 113 

Rogers Jr., Wilson 67, 126 

Rogonjic, Mate 140 

Rolfe, Allan A 202 

Roll, Robert 140 

Rosberg, Rachel 169 

Rose, Kenneth 140 

Rotch, Mike 126 

Roth, Eric 140 

Roth, Paul 74, 140, 192 

Rowe, Amanda.... 62, 72, 140 
Rozic, Leon 86,87, 169 




Spencer Thomas 

Proud is what we feel 

For a beautiful son that is so 

dear. 

Our love for you will always 

by near. Love, Mom and Dad. 



Rozic, Tony 86, 126 

Rucker, Ronald 113 

Rudder, Deborah 101 

Rudy, Tim 80 

Ruggeri, Ann ..33, 36, 53, 69, 
169, 189, 196,204 

Runza, Paul 140, 155, 169 

Rusack, Kevin 67, 126 

Russ, Kyle ...61, 69, 126,191 

Russo, Joyce 101 

Russo, Michael 113 

Russo, Tony 93 

Rychlik, Melissa 39, 140 

s 

Sabel, Kimberly...75, 89, 140 

Sabur, Esan 140 

Sacko, Liesel..7, 60,61, 116, 
126, 129, 184 

SADD 45 

Sadler, Andrew 140 

Sadler, Angela 60,69, 113 

Sadowsky, Joyce 39, 101 

Sajetowski, Jonathan 168, 

180,217 

Sakatch, Joseph 140, 155, 

168 

Sakatch, Rebecca 39, 45, 60, 

61, 126 

Salisbury, Christina ...52, 113 

Sallach, Fred 101 

Salopek, Joseph 140 

Salupo, Mamie .3, 31 , 42, 52, 

53,55, 169,180, 181, 183, 

184 

Salvatore, Alicia ..35, 69, 126 

Samas, Joshua 169, 184 

Samsa, Jason 25, 28, 29, 32, 
126 

Sanborn, Sandy 101, 202 

Sanders, Michael 113 

Santiago, Francisco ..80, 113 

Sarpolis, Kristen ...19, 47, 48, 

53,90, 127, 169, 180,184, 

221 

Sarpolis, Lauren48, 104, 126, 

221 



Sas, James 65, 140, 190 

Sattler, Greg 101 

Saunders, Paris 126 

Savchuk, Robert 169 

SAVE 49 

Scaife, Heather 126 

Scarniench, John 31 , 35, 1 06, 

114 

Scheurman, Keith. ..9, 16, 24, 

25,32,51, 169, 180, 183, 

185,204,205 

Scheurman, Lauren 9, 56, 60, 

61, 143, 146,147, 195 

Schiavoni, Deana18, 43, 170, 

175, 180 

Schiavoni, Maria 89, 114 

Schill, Kevin 126 

Schilling, Jennifer 126 

Schmeling, Bette97, 101, 202 

Schmeling, Robert 33, 88, 

170, 180, 196,221 

Schmidt, Kim 5, 170, 180, 

183, 184, 193,204 
Schneider, Terese M ..31 , 86, 
126 

Schnell, Veronika 189 

Schoen, Kathleen 43, 148, 

167, 170, 177, 180 

Schoval, Kim 31,60, 114 

Schoval, Richard 170 

Schrader, Becky 75 

Schultz, Donata 101 

Schultz, Jennifer 143 

Schultz, Kimberly 60, 61, 126 

Schultz, Tammi 126 

Schulz, Heather 114 

Schulz, Lindsay 1 14 

Schuster, Kenneth 84, 114 

Schwan, Samuel 126 

Schwartz, Helene 69, 114 

Schwenke, Pete .65, 67, 101, 
193 

Scimenes, David 126 

Scott, Carissa 30, 114 

Scott, Darnell 192 

Scott, Holly. 9, 10,12,43,52, 
60,61, 146, 147, 151, 171, 
177, 178, 180, 181, 184 
Scott, Justin 171 




Frank A. Soltesz 

Hockey may be your life, but 
education is your meal ticket. 
You can't have one without 
the other. Best of luck with 
both, as you skate down the 
road to a successful future. 
We love you; 
Papa, Grandma, Dad and Tina 



Scott, Samuel 114 

Seawright, Samuel 67, 79, 

126 

Sederholm, Seth 80, 114 

Sedmak, Edward .46, 84, 143 

Sedmak, Tom 62, 65, 170, 

181 

Segulin, Mickey 101 

Seifried, Nicholas 51, 114 

Selvaggio, Nick 101 

Senger, Gary 126 

Senior Divider 146 

Seper, Victor 143 

Sergo, Christina 35, 126 

Sergo, Patricia 114 

Serra, Paul 101, 184, 190, 

202 

Severino, Janet 101 

Seymour, Ron 92, 98, 202 

Shady, Patricia 170, 204 

Shah, Darshi ..41,45,52,53, 

55, 170 

Shamp, James ...62, 65, 143, 

192 

Shantery, Bryan 143 

Sharp, La Resha 114 

Sharpe, Katrina 30, 114 

Sharpe, Trina 81,83 

Shea, Kelly 71, 114 

Shea, Thomas 170 

Sheck, Michael 65, 101 

Sheck, Patricia 25, 28, 32, 51 , 
126 

Sheck, Patti 89 

Shelton, Christie 126 

Shenk, Mary 114 

Shepherd, Theodore 126 

Sherels, Ricce 126 

Sheridan, Elaine 101 

Sheridan, Paula 101, 202 

Shields, Jodi 31,114 

Shimko, Daniel 170 

Shine, Monica 171, 193 

Shippitka, Melanie 52, 60, 89, 
114 

Sholtis, Matthew 143 

Shore Center Barber and 

Style 110 

Short, Shawn 77 

Shrader, Rebecca 41, 89, 126 
Shuskey, Todd 17, 33, 34, 52, 
143, 196 

Shusky, Dick 191 

Shy, Dorian 126 

Siedler, Ronald. ..73, 78, 143, 
190 

Signatures 222 

SilliaJr., Phillip 5,73, 190 

Simenc, Greg 88 



Simenc, Jennifer ....138, 143, 

191 

Simic, Marko ...170, 181, 183 

Simmons, Gregory 126 

Simmons, Joyce 170 

Simpson, Jim 101 

Sims, Dionne....52, 146, 156, 
170, 181 

Sims, Shavonne 114 

Siplock, Amanda .25, 28, 1 14 

Siplock, Nathan 38, 143 

Sirk, Steven ....36, 43, 45, 59, 
64,65,66,68, 145, 170 

Skandul, Mario 143 

Skrab, Suzanne 71, 143 

Skrtic, Anna 170 

Skuly, Nicole 83, 126 

SladeJr., Richard 80, 114 

Slattery, Jill. ..5, 82, 155, 171, 
181 

Slaybaugh, Holly 31, 143 

Slogar, Elizabeth .49, 52, 143 
Smayda, Emily .4, 11, 18, 19, 
33, 34, 40, 42, 44, 45, 47, 48, 
52,53,54,72, 102, 148, 171, 
177, 189, 197,200,201 

Smialek, Charles 67, 126 

Smith, Amy 197 

Smith, Antonio 126 

Smith, Bonnie 101 

Smith, Brandon 126 

Smith, Demetrius 126 

Smith, Donovan 50, 126 

Smith, Elaine 28,31,32, 126, 
178 

Smith, Erin 57,72,86, 126 

Smith, lesha 39, 170 

Smith, Jeffrey 143 

Smith, Jonasis 195 

Smith, Latonya ..82, 143, 193 

Smith, Robert 97, 101 

Smith, Tara 114 

Smith, Wayne. ...57, 101, 183 

Snell, Brad 28,69, 114 

Snitzky, Stephen 46, 170, 181 

Snitzky, Wayne 114 

Soccer 68 

Socha, Sean 170, 171 

Soltesz, Frank 68, 84, 86, 

101, 170, 181, 192, 202, 204, 
215 

Somrak, Christian 170 

Sonnhalter, Gregory 171 

Sophomores 1 16 

Soprek, Richard 176 

Soric, Dominic ..68, 171, 179, 
181 



Index 



215 



Soric, Melko 114 

Soutar, Heather 31, 126 

Spada, Jennifer172, 181, 183 

Spada, Maria 39, 40, 143 

Sparks, Sheldon 143 

Spencer, Samantha .44, 172, 
181 

Spencer, Zachary 126 

Spiegel, Catherine... 173, 204 

Spiga, Barbara 42, 101 

Spirit 8 

Sports Divider 62 

Springer, Anthony 126 

Springer, Barb 102 

Springer, Michelle 198 

Stadler., Veronica 1 02 

Stanic, Kurt 92, 199 

Staples, Greta 126 

Staples, Robin 173 

Starling, Ramon 143 

Stauffer, Marc 28, 32, 114 

Steele, Lisabeth .57, 72, 126, 
129 

Steele's Garage 138 

Steelman, Olen 114 

Stepic, Michael 67, 126 

Sterrick, Kevin 50, 126 

Stewart, Vanya...84, 89, 126, 
193 

Stih, Cindy 198 

Stillings, Mark 126 

Stitt, BinaB 114 

Stobinski, Judy 102,202 

Stocum, Aaron 126 

Strbac, Maureen 143 

Strickland, Carmen.... 38, 114 

Stroth, Bradford 114 

Strukel, Adrienne 1 73 

Struna, Bonnie ....41, 82, 143 
Struna, Holly. ..33, 42, 52, 53, 
173, 181,204 

Strunk, Joseph 114 

Stryjewski, Angela... .17, 173, 
181 

Stubbs, Laneka 114 

Stuber, Amy 114 

Student Council Ad 186 

Student Life Divider 6 

Subel, Christine 43, 155, 172, 
177, 180, 181, 184,204 
Subway Sandwiches & 

Salads 138 

Suchy, Michelle ....70,71, 84, 
126, 193 

Sullivan, Kala 128 

Sumpter, Kimberlly31 , 81 , 82, 
128 



Sun Newspapers 142 

Survey 40 

Sustarsic, Angela 143 

Sustarsic, Anthony ....73, 128 
Sustarsic, Paula ....8, 26, 114 

Sustin, Mike 102, 141 

Swan, Heather 31, 173 

Swan, Mark 76, 143 

Swanson, Edgar 88 

Swanson, Erick .50, 172, 179 

Swearingen, Kimberly ....143, 

191 

Sweet, Joe .65, 86, 173, 181, 

190 

Swimming 88 

Swope, Peter 72 

Swyt, Michael 17,69,88, 114 

Swyt, Peter 20, 21, 63, 88, 

173, 181 

Sylvia, Luciana 128 

Sylvia, Natalie 81, 114 

Symphonic Concert Band .28 

Sztul, Vincent 65,78, 143, 

190 

T 

Table of Contents 2 

Tamburrino, Kristen 114 

Taplin, Jill 143 

Taylor, Desmond 114 

Taylor, Ebony S 60, 128 

Taylor, Latina 114 

Taylor, Mark 9, 25, 28, 29, 32, 
143 

Taysom, Erick 173 

Tekavec, Joseph 128 

Tekavec, Tracy 173, 183 

Telford, Ernest 128 

Telich, Courtney ...38, 49, 69, 
114 

Tennis, Girl's 72 

Tepley, Robert 128 

Thaxton, Thaddeus 46 

Theme 4 

Thomas, Bruce ..79, 114, 128 

Thomas, Dana 128 

Thomas, Jeric 114 

Thomas, Michael 172, 181 

Thomas, Renee 7, 60, 61, 

128, 193 

Thomas, Shawn 68, 143 

Thomas, Spencer. 6, 65, 173, 

204,214 

Thompson, Andrew ....25, 28, 

128 

Thompson, Darryl L 143 

Thompson, Frederick 65, 172 



216 



Index 



Thompson, Rebecca ..54, 57, 
69, 143, 191 

Thompson, Shawn 76, 77, 

143, 192 

Thornburg, Gerri 114 

Thurman, Anitra D 128 

Tillinghast, Craig 114 

Tillinghast, Kathryn 1 73 

Timm, James 143 

Timmons, James 143 

Timmons, Timera 128 

Tingley, Steven ...67, 86, 128 

Tinker, Karin 128 

Tisdale, Timika N 31, 114 

Tizzano, Diane ...24, 29, 102, 
202 

Tkac, Carol 102, 115 

Tobias, Shelley 200 

Tolbert, Nehvon....10, 12, 64, 
65,66, 173, 181, 183, 184, 
192 

Tolbert, Zahrod 77 

Toler, Gene 128 

Tolo, Dragen 69, 114 

Tolo, Zeljko 68, 143 

Tomaro, Frank 143 

Tomasi, Lou 84, 193 

Tomazic, Brian ..79, 128, 192 
Tomazic, Monica82, 143, 193 

Tome, Mark 31, 128 

Tomsic, Mark. .24, 25, 28, 32, 
50,53,88, 173, 181, 185 
Tomsic, Michael ...25, 28, 32, 
50,88, 128 

Toney, Aundray 143 

Tonn, Rosemarie 102 

Torelli, Chris 58, 102,202 

Torzewski, Douglas. ...67, 84, 
128 

Torzewski, Peggy 90, 102 

Tot, Aleksandar 114 

Toth, Michael 143 

Toth, Nicole 17, 173 

Touschner, Karen 114 

Touschner, Keith 190 

Track, Indoor 84 

Tratnik, Christina 114 

Trice, Jumal 43, 143 

Trimmer, Scott 143, 192 

Triplett Jr., Archie 67 

Trocheck, Jaimeson ..17, 114 

Trochek, Jaime 80 

Troy, Kevin 46, 128 

Trzcinski, Angela 143 

Tucci, Julie 143 

Tucker, Naja 128 

Tucker, Shawn 143 

Tuggle, Tamika 128 

Turchik, Linda 69, 84, 143, 

191 

Turek, Joanne 143 

Turk, Michael 76, 128 



Turk, Pat 102 

Turkall, Corrinne...39, 52, 53, 
70, 148, 160, 172, 181,185, 
189, 191,204,221 
Turkall, Dennis ..79, 102, 190 

Turner Jr., Watley 25, 114 

Tyree, Kevin 128 



u 



U, Su Yong..47, 72, 143,221 
Uchbar, Leann ....42, 71 , 128, 
193 

Udovich, Brian 69, 114 

Ujcich, Cynthia ....25,28, 143 

UN, Model 44 

Underclass Divider 1 04 

Up, Close 57 

Urh, Martha 35, 114 

Ursich, Gabrielle 144 

V 

Vaccarino, Steven 144 

Valentic, Ivica 144 

Van Ho, Adam25, 28, 57, 128 

Van Ho, K. F 92 

Van Ness, Jennifer . 1 72, 181, 
183 

Vannarath, Davong 144 

Vargo, Brian 73, 128 

Varnju, Bridgette 114 

Vaslavsky, Steven 50, 128 

Vaughn, Crystal 128 

Veedmont, Kimberly 144 

Vega, Daniel 3, 7, 144 

Verch, Anthony 114 

Verrocchi, David 114 

Vicic, Tammi ..24, 25, 56, 128 



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Anthony L. Walker Jr. 

My son receive my advice, and the 
years of your life shall be many. Re- 
member now your creator in the days 
of your youth. Seek first the kingdom 
of God, and His righteousness, and 
all things shall come unto you. 
May God richly bless you as you 
prosper in life. 
Love always. Mom. 



Victor, Ronald L 92 

Virant, Denice 31, 71, 104, 

144 

Vogel, Gretchen 115 

Voll, Michelle ..25,28, 38, 39, 
173, 181, 183, 184 

Volleyball 70 

Von Benken, Bill 102,202, 

221 

Von Sick, Amy 1 6, 39, 52, 

128, 193 

Vucic, Kresimir 128 

Vunderink, Nicholas 173, 185, 
204 

Vuyancih, John 3, 78, 173, 

181 

Vuyancih, William 79, 128 

w 

Wagner, David 68, 128 

Wagner, Jeannette 1 28 

Wagner, William 128 

Wakkila, Jaime 31, 128 

Walczak, Bryan 144 

Walczak, Leah 49, 115 

Walczak, Michael 73, 128 

Walden, Kristana 144 

Walker, Thomas 115 

Walker Jr., Anthony 173, 181, 
204,216 

Wallace, Rhoan 28, 173 

Wallace, Sheena 174 

Waller, Cheryl 31, 174 

Wallette, Jody 75,89, 144, 

193 

Wallette, Kari 31 , 75, 84, 115, 

163 

Walsh, Kathleen 71, 144 

Walsh, Phillis 102 




Kimberly Warik 

Dear Kim; 

You've come a long way and yet you 
have so far to go. As you go into life, 
remember you are a "Warik Warrior" . 
You will be loved always. We know 
you will achieve your dreams if you 
always give it your best. 
We love you. Mom and Dad. 



Walsmith, Bob 102, 142 

Walter, Ken 190 

Waltermire, Karrie 7, 52, 174, 

181 

Waltermire, Michael ...25, 28, 

29,32, 106, 115 

Walters, Cherie 144 

Walters, Elizabeth 27, 56, 115 

Walters, Rickie 115 

Walton, Renee 174 

Wandersleben, Eric... 36, 40, 
45,64,65, 174 
Wang, Wendy. 34, 35, 52, 53, 
54,175, 181,221 

Ward, Damien 115 

Ware, Damon 144 

Ware, Raquel 128 

Wargo, Melanie 144 

Warik, Kevin 115 

Warik, Kimberly ..33, 52, 175, 
181, 183,204,217 

Warman, Cheryl 91, 102 

Warman, Connie 91, 102, 202 
Warren, Brent ....67, 128, 192 

Was, Jennifer 115 

Watkins, Edwin 115 

Watkins, Pamela 144 

Way, Daniel 115 

Weber, Adam 128, 134 

Weems, Angel 115 

Wein, Josef 3, 174 

Wein, Margaret 128 

Wein, Mary 42, 69, 144 

Weiss, Russell 174 

Welch, Robert 65, 144 

Wells, Danita 144 

Welsh, Cynthia 144 

Welsh, Jacquelyn 128 

Wenderoth, Michelle 115 

Wenderoth, Ronald 128 




Jonathan Sajetowski 

Dear Jon; 

You've come a long way. 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Laurel 



Wensing, Dan 65, 102 

Wheeler, John C ..22, 50, 88, 
144 

Wheeler, Rickey 46 

Wherley, Richard 40, 58, 102, 

202 

White, Carrie ..39,41,42,60, 

61, 128 

White, Mary 102 

White, Tamika....81,83, 128, 
193 

White, Vanessa 174 

Whiteman, Kimberly 174, 175, 
204, 205 

Whitmore, Shelina 129 

Whittaker, Jeffery 115 

Whittaker, Sarah 115 

Whittle Communications .145 
Wilkerson, Dranoel ..174, 181 

Williams, Andrea 129 

Williams, Anton 65, 144 

Williams, Camara 1 75 

Williams, Carol 90, 102 

Williams, Daleah 115 

Williams, Gregory 63, 65, 175 

Williams, Juan 43, 174 

Williams, Michael 115 

Williams, Rashaan 129 

Williams, Steven 115 

Willingham, Bruce 76, 77, 129 

Willis, James 129 

Willoughby, Lisa 115 

Wilson, Amy 39, 129 

Wilson, Cleve 115 

Wilson, Derrick 200 

Wilson, Grady 144 

Wilson, Melissa ...33, 89, 144 

Wilson, Tenia 115 

Wilson, Tina 144 

Wilt, Ethan 174 

Winston, Alaster 176 

Winter, Carrie 5 

Wise, Stephen 144 

Witczak, Martin 25, 28, 29, 

32, 129, 197 

Witczak, Michael ..25,28,32, 

51, 174, 178, 181, 183, 185 

Witt, Michelle 144 

Witten, Dannika 115 

Witten, Nichole 31, 129 

Woide, Jason 20, 68, 144 

Wojdak, Jeremy ..38, 52, 144 
Wolchko, Jennifer. 25, 28, 29, 
37,42,51,56, 144, 195 
Wolchko, Margaret31 , 56, 75, 
115 

Wolenski, Jennifer 144 

Wolenski, Kathleen 115 

Wolenski, Ken 192 

Wolf, James 115 



Wolf, Richard 174, 181 

Wood, Rebecca 115 

Workman, Steven 32, 174 

Worthington, Kenya 115 

Wrestling 76 

Wright, Carrie 191 

Wright, Damon 129 

Y 

Yafanaro, Toni Marie 144 

Yanni, Anthony 175 

Yelstik, Stephanie D 1 75 

Yocum, Robert 93 

Yoe, Robert 5,9,65, 174, 

188, 192 

York, Dick.... 63, 75, 102, 193 

Young, Kathleen 144 

Young, Nathan 174, 204 

Yuhas, Karen 60, 61, 97 

Yurcich, Charlie 190 

Yurcich, Michael ...65, 67, 79, 
129, 190 

z 

Zagore, Deborah 115 

Zaharija, Denis 129 

Zahtila, Melissa 129 

Zahursky, Stephen 59, 79, 

129 

Zajec, Anita 144 

Zakrajsek, Christine 129 

Zakrajsek, Jeanine 184 

Zakrajsek, Jo Anne ...33, 174 

Zalar, Catherine 129 

Zana, Deborah 183 

Zappia, Courtney 174 

Zdesar, James 79, 129 

Zdrilic, Mariana. ..41, 89, 103, 
144 

Zele, Jackie 43, 144, 148, 

155,174, 180 

Zele, Jennifer ....43, 167, 180 

Zelenskas, Jennifer 1 1 5 

Zeman, Gina 2, 71, 115 

Zemba, Maria 115 

Zivnoska, Christine. 8, 17, 26, 
144, 193 

Zivnoska, Ed 190 

Zorko, Lisa 110, 115 

Zovko, Jure 175 

Zubizarreta, Judy ...101, 102, 
134,202 

Zupancic, Barbara 69, 175 

Zupancic, David 129 



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JAMES F. GOEBEL 

March 1, 1934 - January 27, 1992 

Euclid High School 1973-1992 

Mr. James F. Goebel passed away on January 27, 1992, while serving in his 

nineteenth year as a teacher of Vocational Automotives and Industrial Arts. 

Mr. Goebel had the respect and admiration of his many students who appreciated 

not only the knowledge which he imparted to them, but also the concern which he 

showed for each of them. 

The adult staff members also held Mr. Goebel in high esteem, remembering him 

fondly for both his expertise, willingness to help and good humor. 

He will not be forgotten. 






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r. Goebel always found time to help students during class. 

Often the students in his classes would get together in a social setting after school was out. 



THIS IS THE END 



Thank You 

The staff of the 1992 Euclidian 
would like to extend thanks to 

all who helped to make this book 
possible. First and foremost, thanks 
have to go to the adviser, Mr. Von 
Benken for the many long hours of 
hard work and planning that had to 
be put in to get the entire operation 
going and to keep it going. Others to 
be thanked are: Ohio School Pic- 
tures for supplying film and process- 
ing for the many pictures that appear 
in the book and for taking many of 
the team pictures, senior and 
underclass pictures. Josten's Year- 
book Company for putting it all to- 
gether in such an artistic manner, Jan 
Kehn for all the time she spent ar- 
ranging photography dates and sup- 
plying needed materials, the writers 
and photographers who contributed 
their time, Jim Presot and his Mar- 
keting Education class for selling 
ads, and last but not least, the entire 
student body at Euclid High School 
without which this book could not 
exist. 

Regrets 

The 1991-1992 school year is his- 
tory. Many interesting and signifi- 
cant events occurred during that 
time and the Euclidian tried to cover as 
many of them as possible. This was diffi- 
cult, however, due to the few people that 
worked on the production of the book. The 
enrollment at Euclid High School was 
very low compared to previous years. Be- 
cause of this there were fewer people who 
devoted time to the yearbook. Most of the 
work was done by the adviser who tried to 
do his best but there is only so much that 
could be done. We sincerely apologize for 
any errors or omissions that occurred but 
you have to understand that this is only a 
high school publication and mistakes hap- 
pen. Anyone was welcome to help on the 
book this year and would also be welcome 
to help next year. The adviser was work- 
ing on the book every day after school in 
room 398 and would welcome anyone's 
help. If you didn't like the way something 
was done this year then help change it for 
next year. Your ideas and help are always 
welcome. 




Staff 



Colophon 

700 copies of the 1992 Euclidian were printed by the Jostens 
Printing and Publishing Division at State College, Pennsylvania. 
The book was printed on Gloss 1 9 1 paper stock and incl uded 48 pages 
of full color, 32 of which were the senior photographs. Copy was 
justified and dropped initials were used at the beginning of most copy. 
All pages were created using the Aldus Pagemaker 4.01 program 
running on a Macintosh Ilsi computer which allowed a great flexibility 
in the use of fonts and type sizes. Most headlines and subheadlines 
were Helvetica type while the copy was Times. Senior names. Dropped 
initials, folios and captions were Palantino type. The computer was 
running system 6.07 and had 5 megabytes of RAM and a 40 megabyte 
hard drive. The book used about 1 5 megabytes of storage. This was the 
first time that the Euclidian was published using Desk Top Publishing. 
The pages were recorded on 3.5 inch high-density disks printed on a 
Hewlett Packard LaserJet III printer. The hardcopy and disks were 
sent to Josten's which stripped in the photos and produced the final 
copy on a Linotronic printer. The use of Desk Top Publishing led to a 
great many opportunities for creativity but the learning curve was so 
high which made it a time-consuming process. 
The cover was designed by the Josten's Art Department. Pages were 
submitted to the plant on five deadlines; November 11, December 2, 
January 6, February 3 and March 2. All the color pages had to be in the 
first deadline since their production entails so much work. Since the 
final deadline was in late February, nothing that occurred after that 
time was included in the book. 



Copy Staff: Jeff Kaleal, Emily 
Smayda, Wendy Wang, Kristen 
Gajowski, Mike Karabinus, 
Kristen Sarpolis, Mr. Von 
Benken. 

Contributors (1 or 2 stories): 

Rob Galosi. Ed Galosi, Dave 
Grice,LisaMoster, Laura Sarpo- 
lis, Joy Lewin, Bill Aube, Tameka 
Gibbs. Katie Patterson Irene De- 
jak, Bob Schmeling. 

Data Input: Jeff Kaleal, Mike 
Karabinus, Kristen Sarpolis, Joy 
Lewin, Jennie Ayers, Mr. Von 
Benken. 

Photography: Rich Reed, Rob 
Galosi, Ed Galosi, Dan Grisez, 
Jeff Kaleal, Wendy Wang, Lisa 
Moster, Bill Aube, Mr. Von 
Benken. 

Layouts: Julie Juratic, Chris Car- 
lton, Lisa Moster, Sue U, Corri 
Turkall, Mr. Von Benken. 

People who helped at least one 
time: Jeff Kaleal, Rob Galosi, Ed 
Galosi, Dave Grice, Dan Grisez, 
Julie Juratic, Chris Carlton, 
Wendy Wang, Lisa Moster, Sue 
U, Rich Reed, Kristen Gajowski, 
Mike Karabinus, Kristen Sarpo- 
lis, Joy Lewin, Corri Turkall, 
Jennie Ayers. Bill Aube, Lauren 
Sarpolis, Debbie Long, Alice 
Ferenac, Tracy Marincek, Katie 
Patterson, Irene Dejak, Bob 
Schmeling. 



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CUPAR • AMY CURRY • MICHAEL JAMES EDSALL • KATIE ELLS • 

CURTIS • THOMAS CUTWRIGHT • CHRISTOPHER EMRICH • FERNANDO 

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ROBERT HARRIS • SEMIKA HARRIS • 

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HARTMAN • MELANIE HART • CARRIE 

HATCHER • TAMARA HAUSEN • LISA 

HAWK • RACHAEL HAYES • ALANA 

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KIMBALL • MICHAEL KMETZ • DUSTIN HORTON • DAWN HOWARD • JANET 

KOCINA* PAUL KOSTANSEK* EDWARD HUDDLESTON • KIRK ISRAEL • DEVAN 

KOVACIC • JEFFREY KOWALSKI • JACKSON • SHELLI JACKSON • SUSAN 

ROBERT KRAMER • JASON KRISTO • JAKOPANEC • WILLIAM JERIN • STACY 

ANTHONY KUCARIC • CANDACE JOLLY*ARTHURJONES* LASHAUNDA 

KUCINSKI -JOSEPH KUGEL*COLLEEN JONES • JULIE JURATIC • SUSAN 

LANZARETTA • SEONA LATINE • J U RATOVAC • JEFFREY KALEAL* KYLE 

DARRELL LAUSCHE • SAHARA LOVEY KALINOWSKI • MICHAEL KARABINUS • 

LAWRENCE • PAUL LECH • JOSEPH LAURIE KAUSEK • LYNN KEAVENEY • 

LEONARDI • DENNIS LESEFKY* JOYLEWIN • STEPHEN LINDSEY* DEBRA LONG • NICHOLE LOTT* KRISTEN 

LOVELESS • DONALD LOWERY • CANDI LUKAT • KIMBERLY LYLE • MICHELE LYNN • MARK MACLEOD • MIKE 

MANNARINO • MELISSA MARCHUK • SHANNON MAREK • TRACY MARINCEK • OLIVER MARKON • TERRI 

MASON • DE VONNA MAULDIN • JOSEPH MC ARTHUR • KELLY MC CANDLESS • ERICA MC DUFFIE • 

MICHAEL MC DOUGALL • DELISKA MC GHEE • MARTIN MC GRATH • ANGELA MC KEAN • MARY MC 

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ELIZABETH MOSTER* KATHYMUSCARELLA* DAMIEN MYERS* EDWARD NEHRIG 

• RACHEL NORTON • LAWRENCE NOSSE • LEAH NOWAK • JOSEPH 

NOWOSIELSKI "COLLEEN NUGENT* NOREEN NUGENT* JACKNYKIEL* 

KOFI OBENG • MICHELLE OBOCZKY • SUSAN PAE • OUANE 

PANYATHONG • MARC PARKER • SHANE PARRINO • 



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PFAHL • JASON PHILLIS • KAREN PHIPPS • DAN PIKE • CHRISTINA 

PINZARRONI • JACQUELINE PISCITELLO • MICHELLE PLEVELICH • JOE PONSART 

• DEBORAH POWELL • KAREN POWELL • STEVE POWELL • ANGELA M PRITCHETT • 

BRIAN PROCTOR • DANA PUGH • JOSEPH PUPO • KAREN RADACHY • MARJA RAGUZ • 

MICHELLE REED • ANGELA RELLIFORD • ANJANETTE RICHARDSON • DENISE RIEDEL • DEBRAH 

RISKO • FRANCES RIVERA • VERENDA RIVERS • HOPE ROBINSON • SHANTI ROGERS • RACHEL 

ROSBERG • LEON ROZIC • ANN RUGGERI • JONATHAN SAJETOWSKI • MARNIE SALUPO • JOSHUA SAMAS • 

KRISTEN SARPOLIS • ROBERT SAVCHUK • KEITH SCHEURMAN • DEANA SCHIAVONI • KIM SCHMIDT • 

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• DANIEL SHIMKO • MONICA SHINE • 
PHILLIP SILLIA JR • MARKO SIMIC • 
JOYCE SIMMONS • DIONNE SIMS • 
STEVEN SIRK • ANNA SKRTIC • JILL 
SLATTERY • EMILY SMAYDA • IESHA 
SMITH • STEPHEN SNITZKY • SEAN 
SOCHA • FRANK SOLTESZ • CHRISTIAN 
SOMRAK • GREGORY SONNHALTER • 
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SPENCER • CATHERINE SPIEGEL • 
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TEKAVEC « FREDERICK THOMPSON • 
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JR • CHERYL WALLER • RHOAN WALLACE • SHEENA 
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WARIK • JESSICA WEBSTER • JOSEF WEIN • 
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WIGGINS » DRANOEL WILKERSON • CAMARA 
WILLIAMS • GREGORY WILLIAMS • JUAN WILLIAMS • 
RASHAWN WILLIAMS • ETHAN WILT • ALASTER 
WINSTON • MICHAEL WITCZAK • RICHARD WOLF • 
EDRINA WOMACK* STEVEN WORKMAN • DONNAIRE 
WOULLARD • ANTHONY YANNI • ROBERT YOE • 
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ZANA* COURTNEY ZAPPIA* JENNIFERZELE* BRIAN 
ZEMBA • JURE ZOVKO • BARBARA ZUPANCIC • 
DONALD ZURCHER III • MICHELLE ABSHIRE • ADAM 
ALBANO • MYISHA ALEXANDER • THOMIKA 
ANDERSON • MARCOS ANDRADE • JOHN APUZZIO • 
WALTER ARCHIE • JOHN ARLESIC • WILLIAM AUBE • 
AMYAYER»JENNIEAYERS«THOMASBABB» BRYAN 
BACHELOR • DAVID BAIONI • DWAYNE BAKER • 
JAMES BALL • MICHAEL BALOGH • DANNIELLE 
BAMM* SHELLEY BANNING •MATTHEW BARLEY* 
STEPHEN BARSTOW • DAVERA BEARD • TED 
BECHTEL • MICHAEL BECK • STEPHEN 
BEHUN • BRIAN BELL • NIKKI BELL • 
TOMAS BERZINSKAS • KAMEL BEY • 
DERRICK BIBBS • GREGORY BITNER • 
EDWARD BIZAY 'JULIET BLACKFORD • 
GERALD BOINER • BRIAN BOWWERS • 
SHERITA BOWLING • NANCY BOYCE • 
BENJIE BOYD • JENNEAN BOYKIN • 
EDWARD BOYLE • CHARLES BROOKS • 

DARRELL BROOKS • DONJUANNA 

JACKLYN COLLINS* STACEYCOLONNA«ANTHONYCONGIN«CATHERINECOPELAND«DANIELLECOULTER 

• REBECCA COVER • THANDEKA COX • NICOLE CRAWFORD • DAWN CROSBY • ANTHONY CUCANICH • 
DAMEN CUMMINGS • RONALD CUNNINGHAM JR • TESSA CUNNINGHAM • DAVID CUPAR • AMY CURRY • 
MICHAEL CURTIS • THOMAS CUTWRIGHT • WILLIAM CVELBAR • TIFFANY DALLAS • MATTHEW DANE • 
KENNETH DAVIDSON • KENNETH DAVIS • HAROLD DE BOE • DANIEL DE FILIPPO • IRENE DEJAK • JENNIFER 
DELL • JOHN DENGEL • TIFFENEY DENNIS • JASON DEVINE • MICHAEL Dl BARTOLOMEO • SAMUEL Dl 
BARTOLOMEO* JOHN Dl PASQUALE* NICOLETDICKERSON • JENNIFER DIETZ* DUANE DILLARD* ANGELA 
DIXON • DENNIS DIXON • STEWART DOBOZE • RONALD DODGE • JEFFREY DOLSEN • JAMES DORAZIO • 
RENEE DOUGLAS • MICHAEL DUCHON • MARIJO DUJMOVIC • BRIAN DUNMIRE • DANA DURAN • MICKELLE 
DWYER • JAMES EDSALL • KATIE ELLS • CHRISTOPHER EMRICH • FERNANDO ENGLISH • WILLIAM EPPICH • 
KARIN ESCH • MATTHEW FAULISI • MICHELLE J FERRATO • JENNIFERR FETKOVICH • KIMBERLY FLORIAN • 
KEVIN FLYNT • CHRISTIN FOGARTY • AMORA FRANCIS • IVAN FRANIC • NATALIE FRANIC • TIMOTHY 



BROWN • STACEY BROWN • ANTHONY 
BRUKETA • RONALD BRYANT JR • 
NICHOLAS BURDOCK • BRIDGET 
BURICH • STEVE BURRINGTON • 
SAULIUSBUTKUS'DAVIDCALDWELL* 
JAMES CALWISE III • LATRICE 
CAMPBELL • JOSEPH CAPUOZZO • 
CHRISTINE CARLTON • JOSE CARRERA 
• BRIAN CAVANAUGH • JACQUELYN 
CHAMBERS • RONALD CHANDLER • 
STEPHANIE CHRISTOPHER • MARK 
CICKAVAGE«SHAUNCLARK« MICHAEL 
CLAY • VERNETTA COFFER • JESSE 
COLEMAN • ANGELA COLLINS •