Student Life 8
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Euclid High School
711 East 222nd Street
Euclid, Ohio 44123
a student's day involves action
Motion was everywhere, especially
in a school the size of Euclid High
School. The student's day began
after they arrived whether by bus, car, bi-
cycle or by just walking. Once at school there
was more motion in the hallways than any-
where else. From geometry on the 1 st floor to
history on the 3rd floor, from lunch in the
cafeteria to Spanish on the 2nd floor, there
was motion. Upstairs, downstairs, left and
right, moving from class to class, whether
walking, running or skipping, most of the
students got there in time. At the end of the
day. the process was reversed and the stu-
dents returned home in preparation to repeat
the process the following day.
Julie Di Bartolomeo, Leann Uchbar, Renee Thomas,
Cecelia Miller and Cara Parise are really admiring
Ms. Potokar's car.
Dano Meros has no trouble finding someone to ride
with him to school.
Sarah Nehrig brings Erin Harsch and Tiffany
Highland to school with her.
Greg Hancock and Greg Carter use the bus to get to
Mike Gibaldi and Dawn Adams find that walking is a good way to
^et to school.
Jennifer Wolenski and Kim Swearingen walking to the building
trom the parking lot.
Melanie Shippitka, Rosalyn Miranda and Renee Fecnik walking
through the halls on the way to their classes.
SuperintencJent of Schools, Kurt Stanic and head football coach, Tom Banc gave
talks at a rally held on September 30 to get the school levy campaign in motion.
Chrissy Zivnoska, Patty Mogyorody and Mary Kunes are really in motion
during the halftime show while student director, Eric Carlson, looks on.
One of the changes that occurred at EucHd High
School this vear was the emplo\Tnent of an indepen-
dent security service. Patrick Cater from AUingto
International helped to maintain order throughout
Motion was everywhere at Eu
did High School. One impor
tant motion that occurred this
year was the change in principals from
Mr. Mc Guinness to Mr. Scoggan. Mr.
Scoggan came from Oklahoma with a
positive attitude and many new ideas. He
created, and successfully enforced, new
rules and regulations so that students could
learn in a safe and healthy environment.
He tried to instill into everyone a feeling
of pride and dedication. He maintained a
level of fun and spirit in the school by
planning several afternoon pep rallies,
saying the Pledge of Allegiance and sing-
ing the Alma Mater in homeroom. He was
a dynamic person who was very articulate
and always moving.
There was always plenty of motion at the football
Freshmen were new students to Eu-
clid High School and were always
impressed by the size of the building.
year begins with new leadership
Exchanging countries, languages, parents, teachers and schools, the exchange
students were very well accepted by the students at Euclid where they had to
learn a lot of new customs and ideas. Arnaud Jacob was one of the foreign
exchange students shown at an AFS meeting being presided over by Mrs.
Kevin Bremer showed a lot of motion on the
football field after he intercepted this ball and
returned it for a touchdown.
Another foreign exchange
student was Andus
Bramsen who is also shown
at an AFS meeting.
The students enjoyed the
pep rallies since there was
lots of motion.
The tackles and interceptions made by the football team, the defense
and shots made by the basketball teams, the running and jumping of
the track teams and all the other movements made by all the other
sport's teams along with the cheering of the enthusiastic fans made it truly
a year in motion.
Cheerleader, Cory Watson, reallv knows hou- to jump high tor
Golfer, Joe Mc Crone, gets a nice smooth motion in his swing.
Shawn Thompson smashes through the sign in one easy motion.
Flag Corps members. Amy Barber and Katie Patterson, move out
on the field .
The girl's cross-country team starts their race against Mentor.
What is it like to be a student at Euclid
High School? Some students anive early
in the morning in order to get ready for
their classes. Homeroom begins the day for every-
one. Classes, lunch and study halls continue until
2:27 P.M. After school there are numerous activi-
ties and spoits that the students can participate in.
Many students go home immediately so they can
go to their job. Others just hang around with
friends, go shopping or watch TV.
Rachel Pierce setting the ball up for her team mates during a volleyball game. ,
Students in motion during a pep rally before the football game with Brunswick. •,
Nicci Meier, Amy Hodder and Stacy Glavan moving around in the hall before one of their
A lot of fans from Euclid went to the Cleveland Heights football game that kicked off the 1992
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Alana Hayes, Carrie Sharp and Ben Mooney practicing their moves on the practice field.
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Jryant Clark putting some moves on the defenders from Barberton.
Members of the soccer team moving out onto the field.
.Members of the Band and Flag Corps and Majorettes dancing to the music at a pep
rally in the East Gym.
Stacey Meden and Kris Mihalic moving the weights on the balance to determine the
mass of a substance in chemistry class.
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out of tlie way during the game
before the Brunswick football game.
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that takes place when a person comes to another country. to the members of SADD about the
problems of drinking and driving.
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Life at Euclid took many different shapes and actions.
Students were constantly moving from place to place, mate-
rials were moving around and the scene was changing.
The band, Flag Corps and Majorettes were really moving during the
football rally before the Brunswick game.
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Many students love to go to class since they are always moving
from one room and teacher to another.
North green with envy as Euclid sparl<les
Euclid's Homecoming festivities were
kicked-off with two Panther faculty
members being inducted into Euclid's
Hall of Fame. Mr. Serra and Mr. Addis will
ha\e this night to remember for the rest of their
lives, thanks to the Panthers. The Panthers
defeated Eastlake North 42-20 to go 6-0 on the
season. The Panthers took a 2 1 -7 lead with 13
seconds left in the first half. While Bob
Lemieux and Melissa Powalie were taking
their crowns at halftime, the Euclid players
were getting ready foranotherhalf of football.
They were ready, coming out and scoring
twice in the third quarter. On a 1 8 yard hook-
up from Mike Yurchich to Raeshuan
Jernigan and on a 10 yard run by Pepe
Pearson. Mario Hall ended the attack with a
15 yard run in the fourth quarter. Pepe wound
up with 145 yardson23 carries. While Euclid's
stingy defense had a excellent game holding
North to 47 yards rushing. The win guided the
Panthers to a great Homecoming weekend.
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Pepe Pearson breaking into the open
after getting through the line.
Queen Melissa Powalie and King Bob
Lemieux after being crowned during
tlie halftime ceremonies.
Raeshuan Jernigan comingaround tfie
left side of tlie line on his way to the
Wide receiver, Raeshuan Jernigan,
waiting for the ball to be snapped.
Euclid's defense getting a water break(
during the game.
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he Choraliers sang for the school at the Homecoming assembly where the Homecoming candidates
t the football game many alumni cheerleaders came back so they could participate in the activities,
he cheerleaders held the many balloons that were used during the introductions before the game.
Junior candidate. Matt Lemieux being escorted by his
parents before the game.
Student Council president, Stacie Evans, announcing the
Homecoming candidates at the assembly in the audito-
The day began bright
and early as Student
Council did a mag-
nificent job in transforming
the E-Room into an Emerald
City, and in creating the per-
fect atmosphere for
Homecoming's theme, an
Emerald Escapade. Ac-
cordingly, the E-Room was
embellished with the colors
of gold, purple, and green.
Colorful streamers animated
the walls and windows while
the traditional helium bal-
loons illuminated the ceil-
ing. One of the highlights of
the evening was the Court
dance of Queen, Melissa
Powalie and King, Bob
Lemieux. First senior atten-
dants were LaTonya Smith
and Raeshuan Jernigan,
and second senior attendants
were Dawn Jerele and
Kebby Wilson. The rest of
the Homecoming court con-
sisted of junior attendants
Kelly Moyer and Dante
Allen, and sophomore atten-
dants Wendy Lapuh and
Kyle Bush. To commemo-
rate the evening, on their way
out couples received emer-
ald green mugs along with
many lasting memories of a
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was enjoyed by all
Kelly Moyer, Junior Attendant.
Wendy Lapuh, Kyle Bush, Kelly Moyer, Dante Allen, Bob Lemieux,
Melissa Powalie, Raeshuan Jemigan, LaTonva Smith, Dawn Jerele
and Kevin Wilson presented at the dance.
Dante Allen, lenior Attendant,
Wendy Lapuh, Sophomore Attendant.
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Having a job is was a big
part in the life of most
students at Euclid High
School. As the students progress
through the grades they realize
that there are more and more
ways that they could spend
money and having a part-time
job was one way to get it. The
younger students would do more
work around the community for
their neighbors while the older
students got jobs with local mer-
Amy Von Sick shows how to keep the clothes in order at the
Shannon Christian would be happy to sell you a bag of cookies at
the Original Cookie.
Carrie Collins will help vou pick out an ideal gift from Excaliber
Christie Gallon is very adept at designing your wardrobe at 5-7-9.
eMc Crone and Meredith Mihalic try to be good 'sports' at their jobs
Koenig Sporting Goods.
5sie Jakimowicz seems to be 'well heeled' at her job at the Foot Locker.
ivong 'Vannarath tries to keep on the move while taking your money
)byn Barwidi knows that money doesn't grow on trees at the Dollar
ice Ferenac is socking' her money away at Petries Plus.
a locker is a favorite meeting place for many students
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A locker is a very important part of
every student's life at Euclid High
School. Of course students store
school supplies and outerwear Ln their
locker, but it is much more important
than that. It is a place to meet friends and
for some it is a means of expressing cre-
ativity. Many students try to improve the
inside appearance of their locker by add-
ing bits of their own personaUty. This
makes their locker unique and more at-
tractive to passers-by when it is open.
Alice Ferenac likes to have snapshots in her locker while
Jennifer Brizes meets Michelle Derganc at her locker
and Cyndi Ujcich
like to have pictures
from magazines to
adorn their lockers.
Amy Hutchins and
Lynnette Mitchell enjoy
looking at pictures of their
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Kathy Young has pic-
tures of her friends iii her
locker while Brigitta
Gombos decorates her
locker with pictures of her
Friends, Stacy Gustafson
and Linda Turchik have
their lockers decorated
alike while Katie Mc
Guinness likes to show
off pictures of her friends.
Julie Di Bartolomeo and Su-
san Henry like to look at pic-
tures of their friends.
Winterfest was a good reason toi
On February 13. Student Council
held its annual Winterfest dance
in the E-Room. Approximately
200 people attended the dance, all agree-
ing that it was a spectacular evening. The
clothes that the guests wore made the
room a very beautiful place to be. This
year's theme. "Moonlight Masquerade,"
was brought to life as the E-Room was
glorified with the colors of black, white,
red and silver, setting the perfect mood for
the Valentine holiday. Adding a bit of
mystery to the evening, masks were found
hanging from the ceiling and on the walls.
Unfortunately, due to the lack of both
male and female candidates for the honor,
there were only four members of the
Winterfest Court. In keeping with the
masquerade theme one of the candidates
for king dressed up as the 'Phantom' and
did not reveal his identity until announced
at the dance. Ken Novak, who ran as the
'Phantom.' was crowned Winterfest King,
while Kathy Brodzinski was crowned
Queen of the dance. The King's attendant
was Eric Cantini while Christana
Walden was the Queen's attendant.
The evening was a tremendous suc-
cess, for which we owe Student Council
and their adviser. Miss Judith Carmody,
for their time and effort in making
Winterfest "93 a most memorable occa-
sion for all who attended.
Julianne Hadyk and Chris Kletecka enjoying them-
selves at the dance.
King Attendant, Eric Cantini with his date,
Winterfest King, Ken Novak.
Tenia Wilson, Steve Black, Staci Ashley, Will
Jones, Tony Battle, Roschell Ashley and Jeff
Kristoff were just some of the people that en-
joyed themselves at Winterfest.
Erin Tobin, Helene Schwartz, Maria D'Amico
and Mike Cating had a lot of fun dancing in a
get dressed up and go out dancing
Winterfest Queen, Kathy Brodzinski.
Queen Attendant, Kristana Walden.
The 'Phantom' King, Ken Novak, reveaUng himself
at the dance.
Leann Uchbar, Dennis Schulz, Stacy Meden, and Jim Belanich enjoying each other's company-
Angle Collins and Joe Brkic and Jason Mc Creight and Andrea Haselbusch enjoyed the refreshments
that were available at the dance.
Stacie Evans, Julie Montagner, Joe Mc Crone and Jeff Baca checking their coats
after entering the dance.
Euclid High School offers students many opportu
nities to get involved with daily activities. The
school offers a complete line of varsity, junior
varsity and freshman sports competing in the Greater
Cleveland Conference. During the school day many
students elect to help out in the offices and the clinic
while others help individual teachers. After school many
activities such as Model UN. SADD. AFS. Student
Council, Survey. Euclidian and many other one time
events such as Big Show. Fall Play, Holiday Play,
Senior Talent Night and so on give the students who
wish to participate in something a chance to do it. Euclid
High School is a place in motion.
Students at a SADD meeting learning how they plan to make the students
aware of the dangers ol^ drinking and driving.
The cheerleaders were very important in trying to get the fans to show their
spirit at the football games. This picture was taken during the Cleveland
At a rally before the Brunswick game the football team came in and showed
Mrs. Ramlow explains to some students the
purpose of the AFS club and introduces the new
foreign exchange students.
Many activities take place during class time which
lead to a worthwhile learning experience.
Robin Lausche, Ellen Mansperger, Carlos Gillyard and Kevin Carlson priicticuig
with the Marching Band during the day.
The Majorettes and the Flag Corps marching during a football game.
Joe Carrier carrying the ball for a large gain against Barberton.
Euclid's Marching Band added color,
movement and pleasant sounds to half-time
Tlhe 1 992 Euclid Marching Band performed under a new director. Miss Diane
Tizzano took over as director and Mrs. Lisa Cheshire was her assistant. The
season began early in August with all-day practices that consisted of outside
morning and inside afternoon sessions. During the year the members practiced
fourth and fifth periods and after school on Tuesday and Thursday. The Senior Field
Commander was Eric Carlson and the Junior Field Commander was Adam Van
Ho. The band traveled to the Bay Village Festival as well as to several pep rallies
in the gym. Although the group was smaller than in past years they managed to put
on half-time shows that were enjoyed by everyone.
-Jennifer Wolchko and Katie Patterson
"The Marching Band is a lot of hard work but working
as a team can be an enjoyable experience."
Jennie Wolcliko, tour-year Marching Band member.
Junior Field Commander, Adam Van Ho, directing
the events taking place on the field during the halt-
Marching Band member, Mark Taylor, playing during the Homecoming
Assembly held in the Auditorium to introduce
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The Drum Squad kept the beat going
Flag Corps, Left side: Amy Barber, Selina Cox, Maria Barker, Elizabeth Walters, Tara Van Ho, Lynnette Penny, Captain Melissa Parey, Martha Chitwoocl. Flag
Corps, Right side: Jameka Bloom, KatherinePatterson.Shenise Johnson, Captain Pattv Mogvorody, Kisha Jones, Erika Drake, Jennifer Hall, Rashaun Mc Dougal.
Vlarching Band, Row one: Director, Dianne Tizzano, Steve Caldwell, Casey Kleckner, Joe Termino, Josh Freeh, April Luikart, Jeff Granito, Jason Samsa, Assistant
Director, LisaCheshire.Rowtwo:JuniorFielc1Commander, Adam Van Ho, SoniaJanezicMarv Kunes,ChrissyZivnoska, Paula SustarsicAmvLindic, Senior Field
Commander, Eric Carlson. Row three: Vlarsha Appling, Brenda Smith, Kellv Mover, Tim Carney, Maria D'Amico, Jovce Ashman, Heidi Fuhrman, Elaine Smith,
oe Dula. Row four: TammiVicic, RobinLausche, Rachel Zielinski, Danielle Calabrese, Laura Dengel, Jennifer McCreight, Katie Bauer, Pattv Sheck. Row five: Paula
3ood, Carrie Sharpe, Kevin Conklin, NateMarron, Mike Tonisic, Carlos Gifford, Ellen Mansperger. Row six: Mike Waltermire, Jennv Wolchko, And\ Thompson,
<;evin Ketchum, Greg Bauer, Karen Gezan, Ben Moonev, Kevin Carlson, Alana Roberts
Senior Field Commander, Eric Carlson,
getting readv to direct the band members
on the field.
3uring the numbers that were performed.
Heidi Fuhrman performing a solo during
one of the ceremonies.
The Flag Corps likes to march
around the field with their flags
waving in the breeze
Flag Corps, Row one; Co-Captains, Patti VIogyorody, Melissa Parey. Row two: Maria Barker, Jennifer Hall, Lynette Perry, Elizabeth Walters, Tara Van Ho, Kisha
Jones, Martha Chitwood, Shenise Johnson. Row three: Rashaun Mc Dougal, Erica Drake, Selena Cox, Katie Patterson, Amv Barber, Jameka Bloom.
Amy Barber, Kisha Jones, Martha
Chitwood, Katie Patterson and Jen-
nifer Hall moving to the music with
Kisha Jones, Sonia Janezic, Paula
Sustarsic, Melissa Parey, Chrissy
Zivnoska, Patty Mogyorody and
Mary Kunes dancing to the music.
T^he 1992 Flag Corps consisted of six
teen girls who danced and marched
with the Band during half-time ceremo-
nies. The squad was led by co-captains. Me-
lissa Parey and Patti Mogyorody who kept
everything moving smoothly. The girls per-
formed at football games and several pep
rallies at school and at the rally held to kick off
the school levy campaign.
Just twirling around
Euclid's majorettes played an important part during half-time
ajorettes. Row one: Sonia Janezic, Captain, Chriss\' Zivnoska, Marv Kune.s. Row two: Aniv Lindic, ['aula
onia Janezic, Paula Sustarsic and Mary Kunes perturmmg during onu ot the halt-tnne ceiemoiuob.
T^his year's 1992-1993 Euclid
Majorette squad consisted of
Captain, Chrissy Zivnoska and
sopiiomores Mary Kunes, Paula
Sustarsic and Sonia Janezic. These
girls strutted their stuff during the
half-time shows of the football games.
The majorette season began when they
traveled to Ashland College for camp.
At camp, Chrissy Zivnoska and Paula
Sustiu"sic received the honor of being
able to perform in the half-time show
at the Florida Citrus Bowl. The girls
worked hard to perfect their skills
throughout the season. One high point
of the season occurred during the
Homecoming game when they got a
chance to twirl with twenty alumni
majorettes. Another part of their
routine consisted of twirling fire
batons. Throughout the season they
accumulated many memorable
Symphonic Concert Band brings all the instruments togethei
Symphonic Concert Band, Row one: Rachel Zielinski, Mandv Siplock, Cindy Ujcich, Mary Kunes, Alana Roberts, Kelly Meyer, Katie Bauer, Jennifer Mc Creigl
Laura Dengel, Jenny VVolchko, Karen Gezan, Paula Good. Row two: Danielle Calahrese, Joe Dula, Greg Bauer, Mike Tomsic, Joyce Ashman, Rashaun Mc Doug,
Patti Sheck, Katie Patterson, Mike Waltermire, Nikki Brennan, Ben Moonev, William Preston. Row three: Nate Marron, Shelly Glenn, Monique Hayes, Tim Carne
Omar Coles, Adam Van Ho, Carlos Gillyard, Robin Lausche, Ellen Mansperger, Heidi Fuhrman, Kevin Carlson, Mark Taylor, Tony Hren, Jason Samsa. Row foi
Casev Kleckner, Jeff Granito, Mark Stauffer, Brenda Smith, Joe Tomino, Nathaniel Phillips 11, Kevin Ketchum, Andy Thompson, Marty Witczak, Carrie Sharp.
AS Marching Season ended it became
time to move indoors and get into
concert band. Under a new director.
Miss. Dianne Tizzano. tiiey l:ad a few new
ideas. Tlie band made five performances. The
season began with a concert at the high school
in which selected Euclid students performed
with the Hilicrest Concert Band. In the Spring
they attended the Ohio Music Education Asso-
ciation (OMEA) contest as a group. There
were also two concert performances and an all
city concert. The band experimented with some
programmatic pieces that told a story so they
not only played the piece but also created a
The band consisted of many talented players.
President, Greg Bauer, said "They are all
good eggs." Miss Tizzano said "The Concert
Band was a talented group of students to work
with and I looked forward to the performances. "
Director, Diane Tizzano, conducting rehearsal with
the band members.
Jennifer VVolchko, Karen Gezan and Paula Good
keeping their eyes on the director to keep in time
with the music.
Symphonic Concert Band
Orchestra shows what the strings can do
rchestra. Row one: Meldnie Reed, Carissa Scott, Tara Day, Alia Crawford, Christine Agaibi, Beth Blatnik,
leen Glovvacki. Row two; Nvesha Hartson, Lvnnette Perrv, Debbie Bush, Amanda Edsall, Andrea
iselbusch, Angela Gudaitis, Kathleen Graham, Olvmpia Christides. Row three: Kathv Gibbons, Carrie
arp, Katrina Sharpe, Bridgette Atlas, Tiffany Hicks, Margaret Good, Director Mrs. Lisa Cheshire.
TVie Euclid High School Orchestra really
underwent a change for 1992-93. There
were many new members which in-
creased the excitement, volume and quality of
the pieces. One important part of the orchestra
that did not change was director Mrs. Lisa
Cheshire who commented "I am very proud
of the high level of musical achievement this
ensemble has displayed in addition to their
esprit d'corps. That makes this group a plea-
sure to work with."" Performances this year
included a Winter and a Spring concert and
several visits to nursing homes to play selected
Everyone worked hard to learn the music,
however. President Beth Blatnik believed that
"If you look past the educational aspects you
will find good musicians and everlasting friend-
Orchestra members practicing for their concert.
Mrs. Lisa Cheshire directing the Orchestra.
Melanie Reed, Andrea Haselbusch, Carissa Scott
and Angie Gudaitis concentrating on their music.
Carrie Sharp, Kathy Gibbons and Margaret Good
working hard to perfect their playing.
Choral Masters allow all students to sing together
The Choral Masters was one
of the several vocal groups
at Euclid High School. It
was under the direction of first-
year adviser. Ml-. Kenneth Ferlito
and Mrs. Bea Grushcow. The Cho-
ral Masters consisted of ninth
through twelfth gi-aders and per-
formed both a Winter and a Spring
concert and put on a great show for
Choral Masters, Row one: Pepe Pearson, Tanya Johnson, Timika Tisdale, Ana Dugandzic, Latonia Mc Gri
Mary Carroll. Row two: Lisa Primosch, Ebonv Johnson, Kim Saywell, Kim Schoval, Jodi Shields, Antoii
Kemp, Michael Houle, Ralph Johnson. Row three: Jud Scarniench, Angela Haynes, Liz Muzinic, Latrii
Foster, Sarah Nehrig, Sandra Johnson, Sarah Kuhen, Maggie Maurer, Meg Wolchko. Row four: Ang
Weems, Daneen Callahan, Christine Cesa, Christine Minich, Tonia Ashurst, Sara Payne, Lisa Mytrosevic
Devanta Swain, Tracv Dowman. Row five: Joe Marcelli, Mike Riha, Lillian Johnson, Jessica Jakimowic
Todd Granito, Jill Corrigan, Tiffany Highland, Erin Harsch.
The Choraliers help train voices for Choral Masters
The Choraliers consisted of female
underclassmen who met seventh
period every day. They were un-
der the direction of Miss. Diane Tizzano
who helped them get ready for their two
concerts in the Winter and the Spring.
They performed with the Choral Masters
and the Varsity Chorale in their concerts.
The Choraliers practicing before their Winter Con-
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Choraliers, Row one: Caroline Jackson, Megan Miezin, Sarah Kale, Marie Salupo, Khyra Harris, Melan.-
Gilliam, director, Diane Tizzano. Row two: Sharon Whittington, assistant director, Charlene Hickman, Ki
Maurer, Jennifer Hanlon, Danyale Coleman, Lynnette Mitchell, Sherika Hamilton, Krista lannetta. Ro
three: Erin Stern, Dawn Turner, Selena Mc Creight, Bridgette Atlas, Amy Hutchins, Laurie Franklin, Somm
Boswell, Tomika Ball, Kesha Dudley.
Voices of New O^Gospel Style Choir is new tliis year
New to Euclid this year was the
Voices of New Life Gospel Style
Choir which was directed by Mr.
Michael Petterson. The choir performed
during lunch periods in February to com-
memorate black history' month. Their per-
formance consisted of singing and several
skits. The purpose of the group was to be
a combination of the old and new life and
not the old traditional style of Black His-
tory. Adviser Michael Petterson said"it's
going to be a more up-to-date kind of
thing. We want to show a side of history
that we're making today. We want to bring
those that have fallen back up and we
believe it takes a new way. A new beat
instead of the old traditional style.. .We're
basically a non-traditional choir, out to
send a non-traditional message."
jices of New Life Gospel Choir, Row one: Clierese Rocquemore, Twshanaa HoUins, Ebony Taylor, Kim
hoval, Lillian Johnson. Row two: Kenya White, Monesha Mitchell, Lynnette Mitchell, Brandi Jones,
athaniel Phillips, Daneen Callahan. Row three: Alana Roberts, Narieka Lewis, adviser, Michael Petterson,
)salyn Rainey, Narketa Wooten.
lena Mc Creight, Sarah Kale, Sherika Hamilton, Khyra Harris, Dawn Turner and Erin Stern practicmg Twshanaa Hollins, Monesha Mitchell, Brandi Jones
fore their Winter concert. ^"'^ '^"" Schoval practicmg for their performance.
Much practice had to be put in by the members of the
group In order to be able to put on their perfor-
E. 222nd St. Jazz Band brings out the rhythm
This year, East 222nd St. Jazz
saw many new faces, including
the new director. Miss. Diane
Tizzano. Nothing defeats the power of
jazz, though, as the band stormed to the
pinnacle of the year, a performance at
the prestigious Lakeland Jazz Festival
on March 5, 1993. This was not only a
year of group achievement, but one of
individual achievement as junior Marty
Witczak and sophomore William
Preston were selected by audition to
play in Jazz Impact, a regional ensemble
of the best high school jazz musicians
in the area. The legend continued...
E. 222nd St. Jazz Band, Row one: Ben Mounev, Crog Bauer, 1 ony Hren, Mike Tomsic, Joe Dula, Mi
Waltermire, William Preston. Row two: Jake Kovit, Lyle Steelman, Marty Witczak, Brenda Smith, Hei
Fuhrman, Todd Vicic. Row three: Carrie Sharp, Joe Tomino, Fritz Streiff, Josh Freeh, Mark Taylor, Kev
Carrie Sharp looking over her music before
Director, Miss. Diane Tizzano explains what they
will be doing.
Joe Dula, Mike Waltermire and William Preston
getting ready to begin.
Kevin Carlson and Marty Witczak really blowing
out the notes during rehearsal.
E. 222nd Street Jazz Band
Varsity Chorale sings and moves with the music
ursity Chorale, Row one: Tilden Humphery, Margana Dane, Chris Di Biase, Maria D'Amico. Row two:
iris Norton, Deonna Ivey, Benjamin Carroll, Lesley Hamilton, Eric Dysart, Darlene Baird, Victoria Doles.
iw three: Anne King, Patti Mogyorody, Jennil^er Dineen, Melissa Wilson. Row four: Todd Shuskev, Steve
ildwell, Joe Strunk.
Varsity Chorale under the direction
of Ken Ferlito and Bea Crush
cow got off to a soaring start for
the 1992-93 school year. They had to learn
lots of music to prepare for the many
places they performed throughout the year.
Before Winter vacation they gave several
performances in the Euclid area and at the
traditional Winter Concert at Euclid. In
April they traveled to Disney World to
compete and had a chance to make Euclid
The club had many new members for
the 1992-93 season who all had to learn to
work together. They had lots of help from
the new directors who helped the group
pull together and be proud of the name they
carried. There were many seniors so the
same problem occurred in 1993-94. In
order to keep going as a group they had to
find more hard working and dedicated
students in the future.
aggie Dane, Todd Shuskey, Tilden Humphery, Chris Norton, Anne King, Ben Carroll, Patti Mogyorody
d Chris Di Biase singing during their Winter concert.
elissa Wilson, Tory Doles and Darlene Baird Steve Caldwell, Jenny Dineen, Maria D'Amico and
ve hin during rehearsal. Deonna Ivey during the Winter concert.
Fall play shows stresses caused by family relocatior
"T^ /W^e^ Me In St. Louis was a
I ^Lj B wonderful family story for
A^ T JLyoung and old alike. Set at
the turn of the century in St. Louis.
Meet Me In St. Louis told the story of
a family forced to leave the home that
they loved. Mr. Smith(ToddShuskey)
recieved a promotion from his boss
Mr. Dodge(Chris Di Biase) but he
must move his family to New York.
Along with falling in love and derail-
ing trolleys, this move was the last
thing his son and four daughters needed.
With the comic relief of a busy-body
neighbor, a sneaky assistant and a help-
less kitten. Meet Me In St. Louis was a
hit! Fun for audience and cast alike.
Mr. Smith Todd Shuskey
Mrs. Smith Nancy Certic
Rose Amy Hendrickson
Esther Kath)' Copic
Agnes Amy Lindic
Tootie Dawn Lo Conti
Lon Spencer Bingham
Grandpa Rob Roll
Katie Bridgette Atlas
Mrs. Waughop Meg Miezin
Ida Boothby Sarah Nehrig
Fred Gregory Kevin Dietz
John Shephard Bill Parsons
LuciUe Pentard Tiffany Highland
Conductor Tim Banach
Mr. Dodge Cliris Di Biase
Mr. Duffy Tim De Wine
Lady Babby Phantom Nehrig
Director Judith Mc Laughlin
Student Director Liz Muzinic
Prompter Tara Day
Props Christy Laurence,
Lighting Dale Brown
Set Construction Robert Mc Laughlin,
Williom Brochak, Brian Jones
The Smith family, Nancy Certic, Todd Shuskey, Amy Hendrickson, Dawn Lo Conti, Amy Lindic, Katl
Copic and Spencer Bingham discussing Mr. Smith's impending move to New York.
Kevin Dietz, Kathy Copic, Nancy Certic, Todd Shuskey, Chris Di Biase, Amy Hendrickson, Bill Parsoj
and Dawn Lo Conti in a scene where the Smith family was visited by Mr. Smith's boss.
Dawn Lo Conti, Kathy Copic, Bill Parsons, Tiffany Highland, Spencer Bingham and Amy Hendrickst
discussing family dating possibilities.
double in tlje Iby Sljop
hloliday Play offers a fun time for the youngsters
5 Muzinic, Trisha Galloway, Erin Harsch, Lori Davison ond Rick Papo worrying about tlieir little
lo has run away.
ra Whittaker, Trisha Galloway, Liz Muzinic, Rick Papo, Lori Davison, Jenna Brzeczkowski, Erin
irsch. Colleen Longshaw, Sarah Kuhen, Tiffany Highland and Martha Urh wandering around under the
luence of Granny Grumbleskin's spell.
Jump on aboard Teddi Tooter's Toyland
Express. A few of Santa's deer we see.
We are now approaching the North Pole.
The Toddletots are working hard in the toyshop
building toys for little girls and hoys. What
happens when the Toddletots little sister runs
away? There is Trouble in the Toyshop.
The 1992 Holiday Play was called Trouble
in the Toyshop and was written and directed by
Judith Carmody. This wonderful and sur-
prising play was full of adventure and sus-
pense. The Toddletots picked on their tiny
sister, Terina. by saying that she was of no use.
She ran away and got lost in the forest. Mortimer
the Moose found the tiny toddletot and with
the help of elves. Holly and Jolly, brought her
back safely to her father, Mr. Terrence
Before they arrived, however. Granny
Grumbleskin, cast an evil spell on the
Toddletots so she could sabotage the toy shop
by preventing them from fulfilling their obli-
gations. Kringle Krangle, the toyland supervi-
sor, however, got everything straightened out
before the arrival of Santa Claus.
Trouble in the Toy Shop '^HH
Teddi Tooter, engineer Carrie Howell
Terrence Toddletot, toyshop owner
Christopher DiBiase, Mark Stilling
Kringle-Krangle, Toyland supervisor
Shaneena Barnes, Sara Whittaker
Theresa Toddletot Jenna Brzeczkowski
Lisa larmetta, Trish Galloway
Twiddle Toddletot Liz Muzinic
Terina Toddletot Sara Kuhen
; Rick Papo, John Scarniench
I Tessa Toddletot Lori Davison
tToni Toddletot Erin Harsch
Holly, an elf Tiffany Highland
lolly, an elf Martha Urh
Granny Gi*umbleskin Colleen Longshaw
Mort, the Miserable Moose
Akilah Coates, April Luikart
Special Guest Rob Roll
'Trouble in the Toy Shop" was written and
directed by Judith L. Carmodv.
illeen Longshaw is thinking of a sneaky plan to Martha Urh and Tiffany Highland are searching for
JOtage the toyshop. their little sister in the forest.
p. A. announcers and Media Aidei
'*Gooood morning Euclid Panthers!!!" This early morning
wake up cat] rang through the hails of Euclid every morning
during homeroom. The creative announcers tried very hard
to make each morning's news enjoyable and fun to watch.
The announcements were broadcast every morning on
the Whittle Communications televisions that were installed
in each homeroom two years ago. Included in the morning
news were club announcements, sports highlights, senior
birthdays, and Bob 'the weatherman" Lemieux's famous
A new twist was added this year by Principal Scoggaji.
The Pledge of Allegiance was said on Mondays, and the
Alma Mater was sung by Varsity Chorale on Fridays. This
helped to promote "'Panther Pride".
"AV is fun but you also have to
work on assemblies and other
school functions to fully absorb
the entire AV experience."
Cameraman, John Bechtel, keeps the camera on
Morning Announcers, Robin Jones, Ken Rose and
Jennifer Dineen during the morning announce-
Morning Announcers, Row one: Robin Jones, Bob
Lcmieux, Ken Rose. Row two: Maria D'Amico, Jen-
nifer Dineen. Row three: Lisa Aspinwall, Todd
Shuskey, Eric Dysart.
Tony Hren and Steve Vaslavsky operate tlie control
panel that co-ordinates all the A-V activity going on
in tlie Auditorium during one of the assemblies.
P. A. Announcers
Dmbine to bring Euclid students thie news
I^he Audio-Visual Club was a
group of students who supplied
the technical aspect to many of
the school's extra activities. This in-
cluded Big Show, Senior Talent night,
the various choral and band concerts,
the plays, the assemblies and the morn-
ing announcements that were trans-
mitted to every homeroom every day.
Adviser, Mr. Allen Black kept every-
thing going smoothly.
Media Aide adviser, Mr. Allen Black helps Tony Hren make some last-minute
adjustments on the control panel before an assembly-
Media Aides, Row one: Dale Brown, Donovan Smith, Nate Marron, Brian Francetic,
Ste\'e Vasla\'skv, Tonv Hren. Row two: Ben Moonev, Bob Drotleff, Kevin Sterrick,
Mike Congin, Matt Boos, Tom Gugliotta, Mike Tomsic, John Bechtel.
John Bechtel operating one of the cameras in the Auditorium during the presen-
tation about A.l.D.S. by Dr. Steve Sroka
Ben Mooney, Tom Gugliotta and Matt Boos at the back of the Auditorium
controlling the sound levels during an assembly.
"I'm not feeling very well' '|
Clinic Aides help keep the clinic running smoothly
Where did you go when you
weren't feehng very well? To
the clinic, of course. In a
school the size of Euclid a day seldom
went by in which there weren't some people
who got sick. When you were sick you
went to the clinic. The clinic was staffed
by health aides, Mrs. Mickey Segulin and
Mrs. Donata Schultz but it was the clinic
aides who helped them out by perfonning
many of the simple little tasks that had to
be done. Things like getting ice in bags for
the many cuts and bums and strains and
sprains that the students suffered. Things
like answering the phone, picking up the
mail, covering people with blankets, mak-
ing sure students signed in, and communi-
cating with the attendance office when a
person had to go home. Not everything
that went on in the clinic dealt with sick-
ness, however. The chnic aides also helped
out by giving vision tests.
The clinic aides wanted to help others
and did not want to spend time in study
hall. Some had aspirations of going into
the health fields but others found out they
were afraid of blood.
-Chris Eppich, Kathy Hillier
"We get sick kids for
the clinic and do eye
tests and fill ice bags."
Clinic Aides, Row one: Dan Carlton, Nathan Siplock, Mary Wein, Ebony Taylor, Cindy Ujcich. Row tv
Beth Blatnik, Chris Eppich, Cathy Hillier, Ken Novak, Jeremy Wojdak, Dan Burke, Courtney Telich.
Clinic Aides, Courtney Telich, Jessica Howard and Ebony Taylor, do many tasks that help the nurses in 1
Ebony Taylor with clinic nurses, Mickey Segulin and Donata Schultz.
fice Aides, Row one: Christuiiin Conner, Robin Sldughter, Annette Mollis, Knsten Mihalic, Aretha Pritchard. Row two: Cara Parise, Stacv
stafson, Megan Coyne, Sonia Janezic, Jennifer Dineen, Catherine Mc Guinness, Formeka Smith, Yolanda Van Tilburg, Brent Shaw. Row three:
jntai Jones, Alice Ferenac, Maureen Meyers, Anita Zajec, Maria D'Amico, Sarah Nehrig, Erin Harsh, Carrie White, Melissa Wilson, Cindy
rich, Jennifer Simenc. Row four: Melissa Zahtila, Ken Novak, Joe Brkic, Dan Burke, Jason Pursley, Mike Mc Guinness, Liz Slogar, Olympia
ristides, Lisa Aspinwall. Not Pictured: Amv Von Sick.
Office Aides were a great help to the
I secretaries. Aides spent their study
halls running for students, answering
phones, stuffing envelopes, decorating for the
holidays and filing records. They also had the
opportunity to get to know the secretaries, coun-
selors and principals in a friendly atmosphere.
All of their hard work did not go unacknowl-
edged. The secretaries were very appreciative
and rewarded their aides with holiday parties.
-Elizabeth K. Slogar
inifer Simenc and Lisa Aspinwall helping out by putting mail in the staff
ympia Christides answers the phone while the secretary is doing other
"Working in the office
is a lot of fun because
you get to work with all
the Survey reports what's happening in the school
T^hc Sur\e> renected the attitude of Eli
did High. With Mr. Rick Wherley as ad
viser there was more organization. There
were student editors who clarified mistakes
and watched for pieces that would attract at-
tention. The photographers revealed the faces
of Euclid. The photos were developed in
Euclid's o\\ n photography lab. The layout team
organized the paperi which was now printed
on recyclable paper). The articles presented
problems and difficulties that all teens face in
trying to wake up to reality.
The survey was produced camera ready on
Macintosh computers using desk top publish-
"The quality of the Survey is better
this year than in the years
before. ..because the computers, the
Macs we are using. . .plus more people,
more training and Mr. Wherley helps
out the editors and reporters so we
can learn more about our stories."
Survey staff. Row one: Al Helcberger, Stacie Glavan, Nino Prodan, Kelly Brown, Sarah Nehrig, Joe St(
Row two: Maria Spada, Regina Motiejunas, Joyce Ashman, Ernieliza Brown, Melissa Leach, Leah Walcz.
Akilah Coa tes, Christine Agaibi, Janet Fonovic. Row three: Mike Walczak, Jason Mc Creight, Paul Radolo\
Angelyn Mattson, Jessica Kochis, Rafael Brown, Christy Salisbury, Jennifer Grisard, Janeen Miklows
Carrie Sharp, Adviser, Mr. Rick VVlierlev.
Carrie Sharp, Stacie Glavan, Joyce Ashman, Jenni-
fer Grisard, Maria Spada, Rafael Brown and Nino
Prodan getting instructions from Mr. Wherley about
the upcoming issue of the Survey.
Janet Fonovic, Jessica Kochis,
Sarah Nehrig, Paul Radolovic,
Regina Motiejunas and
Akilah Coates waiting fortheir
assignments so they can get to
Kelly Brown and Jason Mc
Creight composing the pages
of the Survey on a Macintosh.
A.F.S. allows students to interact with people from a foreign land
..F.S., Row one: Mike Mc Guinness, Dan Burke, Tim Gannon, Marganna Dane, Julie Montagner, Kristen
otonski. Row two: Renee Pecnik, Pamela Jordan, David Van Hess, Tomeka Gihbs, Kellv Focareto, Cathv
lillier. Char Hutton, Amanda Hartman. Row three: Liz Muzinic, Erneiliza Brown, Amv Hendrickson,
lison Repko, Bernardo De Medeiros, Arnaud Jacob, Tatiana Marteletti. Row four: Kathy Copic, Stacie
)hnson, Debbie Podmore. Row five: Rosclielle Ashley, Maria Barker, Cind v Ciulla, Annette Holhs, Christy
awrence, Sharon HoUis, Christina Geiger, Janet Fonovic. Row six: Sandy Brown, Beth Geddes, Jameka
loom, Chenise Johnson, Jessica Kochis, Jennifer Grisard. Not Pictured: Ellen Mansperger.
Bonjour! Salucle! Guttentog! These were
all common greetings among friends
who belonged to AFS (American Field
Service). This was a multicultural organization
around the world that hosted and helped to sup-
port the international exchange of students study-
ing abroad. This year. Euclid was lucky to be the
host of Arnaud Jacob from Paris, France.
The members had fun learning about the dif-
ferent cultures around the world from the many
members of AFS who weren't from America.
They were able to learn about the Philippines,
Brazil, India, France and the many other nation-
alities that were represented in the club.
Underthe organization of advisers, Mrs. Bar-
bara Ramlow and Miss Jane Addis, the mem-
bers were able to participate in such activities as
a pumpkin carving Halloween party, fund rais-
ers, secret Santas and a Christmas Party. The
members were also invited to bowling parties
and sleep-overs from other AFS clubs in the area.
Everyone who was interested in learning about
other peoples and cultures enjoyed AFS. It was a
great way to have fun and to meet new friends
from all over the world.
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..F.S. adviser, Barbara Ramlow, introduces foreign
Kchange student, Armaud Jacob, to the A.F.S. club
uring their first meeting. Armaud is from Paris,
"ance and his first impressions of America were
'.at the drivers were careless, food was cheap and
lat people had too much freedom.
Members of A.F.S. enjoyed hearing about the different countries that their members came
STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS
being a peer tutor helps both tutor and tutee
Peer Tutors were students who
volunteered their time to help
their classmates. Students who
were having trouble in their
classes could request a Peer
Tutor through their counselor.
The students would then get
together, usually in the Library,
during their study halls, lunch
periods or after school and the
tutee would get needed help.
The tutor would benefit since he
or she was helping someone else
and it gave them a chance to
review their information. The
Peer Tutor group was organized
by Ms. Barbara Spiga.
"Reviewing what you've already
learned helps us as well as the kids
we are helping. It makes you feel
good because you are helping an-
Peer Tutors, Row one: Liz Muzinic, Carrie White, Jean Enneper, Christine Agaibi, Maria D'Amico, Maures
Meyers. Row two: Tomeka Gibhs, Mary Wein, Melissa Parey, Joyce Ashman, Christine Parey, Ilese O'Keel
Meg Wolchko, Sarah Nehrig, Jennifer Berry. Row three: Kim Bischof, Ahce Ferenac, Matt Orgovan, Jenn
Wolchko, Mike Cating, Liz Slogar, Mike Turk, Eileen Hannan
Students use the Library to get help from other
students. Here are Meredith Bell, Amy Guy and
Cindy CiuUa working on their assignments.
Stacey King, Trina Taylor and Tenesia Johnson like
to use the Libran,- to get their work completed.
Tiffany Hicks, Roschell Ashley, Tomeka N. Gibbs
and David Van Hess enjoy each other's company
Distributative Education prepares students for business world
enior class. Row one: Angelina Popp, Jennifer Picozzi, Jolie Negrelli, Karly Kovac, Anton Williams,
avong Vannarath. Row two: Brvan Hodge, Sue Lishing, Boh Welch, Kellv Marunowski, Carie Majercik,
ryan Shanterv, Hallie Morrison, Adviser, Mr. Jim Presot, Not Pictured: Jennv Masek.
.E.C. A. (Distributive Education
Clubs of America) was the stu
dent run club that coincided with
Euclid's Marketing Education class.
Euclid's program was designed for jun-
iors 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, busi-
ness finance, marketing research and many
other business related activities. Seniors
spent part of their day in school learning
about everything from job interviewing,
to advertising and sales. During the re-
mainder of the day they were employed in
retail establislmients within the Euclid
area in a variety of retail, wholesale, or
service capacities. In D.E.C.A., students
competed against other high school sm-
dents on the local, state and national level
in areas related to their career interest.
On October 16, 1992, they partici-
pated in the annual D.E.C.A. Fall Del-
egates' Conference at Lakeland Commu-
nity College. Six of the top ten awards in
the business competition with 13 other
high schools went to Euclid students, Joe
Brkic, Michelle Fogarty, Kelly
Marunowski, Karly Kovac, Mike
Doolin and Jolie Negrelli. Mr. Jim Presot
was in charge of the organization.
inior class. Row one: Kyle Russ, Antonio Mc Cants, Cecilia Miller, Carl Bartlett, Amy Von Sick, Samuel
;awright, Liesel Sacko. Row two: Cara Parise, Maryann Christopher, Mike Doolin, Terese Schneider, Josip
rkic, Renee Thomas, Steve Zahursky, Michelle Fogarty, Christina Lawrence, Carrie Collins, Becky Sakatch,
hris Eppich, Adviser, Mr. Jim Presot. Not Pictured: Kim Schultz, Kacie Ray.
Jennifer Picozzi, Bob Welch, Jolie Negrelli, Kelly
Marunowski, Bryan Shantery, Carie Majercik,
Hallie Morrison and Karly Kovac discussing the
days problems with each other.
Jennifer Picozzi, Jolie Negrelli, Bryan Shantery,
Bridie Carroll, Bob Welch, Davong Vannarath,
Angie Popp and Carl Majercik getting readv to go
on a trip to the annual DECA Eall Delegates Confer-
ence at Lakeland Community College where Euclid
students won six of the top ten awards in the busi-
ness competition with 13 other high schools.
Learning how countries interacl
Model U. N. allows students to play the role of ambassadors
A chance to speak your mind. ..an op
portunity to work with students from
other schools. ..a way to get informed
about current events and past history at the
same time. ..all of the above were possible
with Model United Nations. Advised by Miss.
Susan First, members were split into groups
which represented countries. The groups then
presented their country's status on issues in
the form of resolutions, just like the real thing.
This year's issues at the 48th Annual Model
United Nations which was held at Cleveland
State University were: the environment, hu-
man rights, and peacekeeping. The Euclid
delegates represented Croatia. South Africa,
Lebanon and Guatemala. Once again, many
schools were involved and much was learned
about the world and its problems.
"Model U.N. is an opportunity
for people to express their views
on world affairs and debate with
other schools but I wish that more
people would get involved with
it because Euclid seems to be
more of an athletically oriented
school than academicall club ori-
Marty Witczak, Tomeka Gibbs, Ed Sedmak, Eric
Dysart and ad\iser. Miss. Susan First, discussing
how the students are going to get the information
that they will need for their debates.
Emieliza Brown, Tomeka Gibbs and Sue U trying
to decide which country they want to represent at
Eric Dysart pointing out the country he is going to
represent during the debates.
Model U. N., Row one: .Vlargana Dane, Helena Oroz, Tomeka Gibbs. Row two: Eric Dysart, Mario Covi
Dan Campbell, Mike Mc Guinness, Ed Sedmak.
Model U. N.
S.A.D.D. tries to make students aware of the perils of drinking and driving
^.D.D., Row one: Nancy Certic, treasurer, Stacie Johnson, vice-president,
ny Heuer, president, Julie IVlontagner, secretary. Row two: Selena Cox,
elissa Wilson, Jean Enneper. Row three: Shantai Jones, Cherese Bovd, Lisa
ipinwall, Jennifer Brizes. Row four: Jennifer Berrv, Christine Cesa. Row five:
ika Drake, Kisha Jones, Lisa Gavin, Mike Lee. Row six: Heather Schultz,
sefina Mance, Mariana Zdrilic. Row seven: Laura Rettger, Christy Gallon,
isten Akos. Row eight: Maggie Maurer, Nakia Ransaw, Rebecca Thompson,
leen Hannan. Row nine: Sue Skrah, Monique Jurgensen, Jennifer Daly, Holly
lybaugh. Row ten: Olvmpia Christides, Tilden Humpherv.
"Just want to
ing and driv-
-Amy Heuer, president
In its fourth year at Euclid High School, Students Against Drunk
Driving continued to become increasingly popular as more and
more students became aware of the dangers of driving drunk. Each
year S.A.D.D. distributed reminders to students before such events as
Homecoming, Winterfest, and Prom urging them to refrain from the
use of drugs and alcohol, and also to avoid drunk driving at all costs.
Other activities sponsored by S.A.D.D. this year included the Prom
proinise. the red ribbon campaign, and educational puppet shows
teaching children the dangers of drugs and alcohol. S.A.D.D.'s faculty
adviser was Mrs. Joan Paskert. and officers included President. Amy
Heuer. Vice President Stacie Johnson. Treasurer Nancy Certic and
Secretary Julie Montagner.
ing a S.A.D.D.
they would be
doing during the
year to make to
make the student
body aware of the
Mrs. Joan Paskert,
working on some
of the materials
that the club
would be using
during one of the
Business Club helps students learn about the world of financd
"The Euclid Busines Club
is a group of students that
get together and talk about
various business problems.
We have mock interviews,
practice interviews, speak-
ers come in and talk to them
about interviewing and
about the business world."
-Mrs. EUen Klein, adviser
Mrb. Ellen Klein explains some of Ihe tiner points of
the stock market to members, Isis Clark and Kacie
Beth Kramer learning about how to do an interview
with Mrs. Ellen Klein.
Michael Smith, Sean Mc Guckin, Brian Newsome
and Alicia Salvatore learning about what makes a
good stock from Mrs. Ellen Klein.
Business Club, Row one: Michael Smith, Brian Newsome, Alicia Salvatore. Row two: Sean Mc Guckin, Isii
Clark, Kacie Rav
One of the things that the Business Club tries to do is to enable the members tounLlerslani-l what is going o
in the stock market. Here are Michael Smith, Sean Mc Guckin, Brian Newsome, Alicia Salvatore, Isis Clar <;
and Kacie Ray learning how to read the stock quotes in the newspaper with Mrs. Ellen Klein.
:)lose Up takes members on a tour of our nation's capital
ie Up: Adviser Wayne Smith, Jewel I l<igood, John Laush, Marc Stauffer, Nate Marron, Kathv Copic,
^hree-Two-One-Close-Up! A one-on-
one view of the government and how it
worlced. Euclid's Close-Up club trav-
eled to Washington. DC during the week of
February 21-28. 1993. The members of the
club were able to speak with their state Con-
gressmen and Senators. At other times during
their visit they listened to speeches by lobby-
ists and other officials. They met and became
friends with many students from around the
United States and Puerto Rico. At the end of
their trip the Close-Up organization held a
formal banquet and dance in honor of the
students before they departed for home. Mr.
Wayne Smith was the adviser for the group.
t of preparation went on before the students could go on their trip to Washington. Here adviser, Wayne
Ih gives some information about the trip to John Laush, Marc Stauffer, Nate Marron and Katliy Copic.
"Want to buy some candy?." In order to help finance
their trip to Washington members sold candy. Here
Kathy Copic does her best to get rid of her candy.
Kathy Copic and John Laush get information
from Mr. Smith while Marc Stauffer and Nate
Marron listen attentively.
l4 f 'l flW
Science Olympiad gives students a chance to compete against other schools'
T^he Science Olympiad v\ as held at Case
Western Reserve University on Febru
ary 27. This year's events consisted of
biology events such as cells, name that organ-
ism, genetics and anatomy. Chemistry events
consisted of balancing equations and qualita-
tive anal_\ sis. There was also bridge building,
scrambler, music, rocks, get your bearing,
road raih and It's about time.
Adviser, Ricliard Wherley discusses the differ-
ent events that the students can participate in
uith Sue U, Jae Amos and Roschell Ashley.
Steve Riek and Seth Sederholm get advice
from Richard Wherley about how to organize
Adviser Christine Torrelli helps Christine
Agaibi, Janet Fonovic and Akilah Coates un-
derstand their events at the Science Olympiad.
Anew group called 'Kids on
the Block' went from school
to school teaching elementary
school children many lessons about
Hfe using puppets. Each of the pup-
pets had it's own personality, for ex-
ample, the puppet Eric was recover-
ing from a drug problem. This pro-
gram was put on by members of
S.A.D.D. members, Nancy Certic, Kisha Jones and
Heather Schulz working with their puppets, Valerie,
Brenda and Nam in preparation for their perfor-
mances at the elementary schools.
Heather Scaife and Chris Tratnik helped out in-
Main Office during the lunch periods.
48 y Science Olympiad
ike any year. 1992-93
IS one o r constant
change. Some of the
c\ents that nude ihal year
unique \\ere ihe riols thai oc-
curred in Los Angeles in the
Spring because of the Rodney
King beatings and trial. That
caused many Americans lo
question how much the media
should and shouldn't publicize-
Americans questioned their
ideas about personal prejudices
and racism. Many talk shows
discussed what was going on
throughout the country. Loyal
royal watchers of England's
royal couple, Charles and
Diane, watched faithfully to see
what would happen ne\t in their
stormy lives. The big question
being whether or not they
would slay together and was
divorce a possibility? Hunger
and starvation ravaged the
small country of Somalia in
eastern Africa. It brought all
the peoples together to help
tight a war on hunger. Presi-
dent Bush sent American troops
into the country to insure that
the food would get to the people
that needed it Many relief
workers donated their lime and
help to fight the war. Another
war raged in Eastern Europe.
The Serbs wanted control. The
war in Bosnia continued as
people tied the country. Iraq
was still a pain lothe rest of the
world. Saddam Hussein con-
tinued his defiance of the U.N.
inspectors and continued to
challenge the rules that were
set down when he agreed lo
surrender. Russia found out that
trying lo convert to a capitalis-
tic economy was not as easy as
they thought it would be and
suffered from high inflation and
go\ernment uncertainty. Bill
Clinton was elected the fony-
sccond president of the United
States by promising to help the
economy and reduce the bud-
get deficit He appointed his
wife. Hillary, lo head a special
task force on the nation's health
care system to try to instill
needed reform. A.I.D.S. was a
very popular topic of concern
for the medical profession. The
number of cases kept increas-
ing and taking care of them
was becoming abigger and big-
ger problem. Too many people
still did not lake the problem
seriously. Europe was in the
middle of a recession and the
United States seemed lo show
a slight recovery at the end of
1992. The weather was very
unusual with a dry Spring and
then a very wet and cool Sum-
mer and wet Fall and warm and
wet Winter, California had
record rains and Hoods while
the East was cold and snowy.
No matter how you look at it.
the year was not boring.
Library aides put the bool<s back wliere they belong)
Have you ever wondered why you
could always find all of tlie
books and magazines in the li-
brary? Well, it was because of the hard
working pages, who volunteered their
time during and after school, to keep the
library neat and organized so that the
stiiff and students could find all of the
materials they needed for their research.
In order for the librai7 to be useful the
books had to be kept organized. That was
why it was very important to never return
a book to the incorrect position on a shelf.
By leaving them on a table the pages
could return the books to their correct
locations. If you returned a book to an
incorrect position it would be lost as far
as the library was concerned and of no
use to anyone.
Valerie Irby returning books to tlieir proper places
on tlie slielves.
Kristina Dugandzic, IVIike Turk, Mike Doolin, Mike
Riha, and Sue Skrab and are only some of the
students that utilize the results that the Library
Aides have produced.
Cey Club helps both in and out of school
y Club, Row one: Christy Lawrence, Melissa Parey, Maria D'Amico, Paula Good, Nick Seifried, Chrissy
sa. Row two: Amy Hendrickson, Laura Dengel, Adrienne Chinni. Row three: Kellv Mover, Heather
ilhall, Maria Barker, Kim Clark, Margaret Good, Meghan N'agode, Kathv Gibbons. Row four: Sarah
lezic, Danielle Calabrese, Robin Lausche, Aileen Glowacki, Carrie Sharp. Row five: Chuck Patterson, Ben
loney, Kevin Conklin, Amv Barber, Angela Miklavcic.
ula Good, Laura Dengel, Christy Lawrence and Jennifer Hall hosted an information table during the first
f of school when only freshmen were present.
T^he 1992-93 Euclid High School
Key Club really experienced an in
crease in interest. With almost
sixty members the Key Club has done
everything from sponsoring Pancake
Breakfasts to Train and Toy Shows.
Also in the Fall they volunteered at the
Special Olympics. At the end of the year
they went to District conventions where
they met Key Clubs from all over the
district. The 1992-93 Board members
were President, Maria D'Amico, vice
president, Nick Seifried, 2nd vice presi-
dent, Paula Good, secretary, Christy
Lawrence and secretary treasurer, Me-
lissa Parey. The Board of Directors was
made up of class representatives, Katie
Patterson, Kelly Moyer, Ben Mooney,
and Marie Salupo. Mr. Allen Black
was the adviser for the group which met
on Thursday evenings.
Key Club members learning about what they will be
doing in the months ahead.
Key Club sponsored a Toy Show on Dec. 13, 1992 in
the East Gym which featured many old and interest-
Eucuyo gives students a chance to see their works in prim
Once again Euclid students have
pulled out the stops with their
creative minds and ideas. The
Eucuyo was a magazine consisting of
literary and iirt works submitted by
Euclid students. The students expressed
themselves through poetry, essays,
short stories and drawings. The maga-
zine gave the students an opportunity
to show off their unique emotions and
abilities. Under the leadership and co-
ordination of Mrs. Carol Tkac and
Mrs. Mary Lomac the Eucuyo staff
made a wonderful magazine that en-
abled students to have their creative
"Eucuyo is a club that opens
your mind to a new world of
literature and art. It lets people
express themselves in a cre-
ative way that produces a great
school literary magazine."
Eucuyo, Row one: Lisa Steele, Jessica Kochisjanet Fonovic, Chris Eminger, Julie Di Bartolomeo, K
Mihalic, Tracy Boyarskv, Julie Montagner, Cecilia Miller, Margana Dane, Lillian Mazzei, Kathleen Graha
Row two; Jennifer Hrovat, Steve Riek, Tatiana Marteletti, Adrienne Chinni, Kristen Kish, Tomeka Gibbs, T<
Roll, Stacey Meden, Rosalyn Miranda, Lindsay Freeman, Jamie Smialek, Kelly Focareto. Row three: Sai
Kale, Leah Walczak, Matt Orgovan, David Longstreth, Tim Banach, Rebecca BechteL Christina Salisbu
Carolyn Karnak, Christian Mahovlic, Cindy Ciulla, Rachel Pierce, Laurie Sarpolis. Row four: Susan Hen
Angle Gudaitis, Karen Gezan, Brian Udovich, Charlie Smialek, Jeff Lapuh, Tim Brokaw, Carl Bartlett, ^
Brkic, Kristina Dugandzic, Kim Bischof, Angelyn Mattson.
Eucuyo Executive Board, Row one: Adviser, Carol Tkac, Marty Witczak, Jason Petrasko, Ginger Pomied:
Mike Gorman, Helena Oroz, Laura Nickell, Kari Collins. Row two: Jennifer Grisard, Jeremy Lange, Dav
Kale, Jae Amos, Mike Gating, Mike Lee, John M. Cimperman, Adviser, Mary Lomac.
"It's a great way to
express your creativ-
Marty Witczak discussing the assignments with
Eucuyo adviser, Mrs. Carol Tkac.
rearbook captures events of 1992-93
The 1993 yearbook was the prod
uct of countless hoiffs of work
put in by Euclid students and
adviser, Mr. Bill Von Benken. Students
were organized to take pictures, write the
stories and captions, plan the structure of
the book, make the layouts for each page,
enter all the information for each page,
and sell and distribute the books. The
entire book was prod uced on a Macintosh
llsi computer using PageMaker*' 4.2 as a
desktop publishing program. The book
tried to produce a history of what hap-
pened at Euclid High School during the
1992-93 school year but in a school the
size of Euclid many things were no doubt
omitted. We were sony for this but we
tried to cover as mush as possible.
rbook staff. Row one: Maria D'Amico, Ellen Mansperger, Melissa Wilson. Row two: Alice Ferenac,
[ifer Wolchko, Mike Gating, Tatiana Marteletti.
- *^^ ^'^
Deanna Hoppert and Stacie Johnson checking Euclidian
Wendy Lapuh, Rosalyn Miranda and Dawn Lo
Conti filling out page envelopes.
and Akilah Coates
pictures for the Aca-
Dawn Lo Conti,
Katie Patterson and
Amy Barber stuff-
ing envelopes to be
mailed to parents.
National Honor Society recognizes students for achievement and service!
"National Honor Soci-
ety is a great honor and
is also a class organiza-
tion at Euclid High
National Honor Society, Row one: Olympia Chnstides, Hlizabeth Slogar, Ginger I'omiecko, Monica Cab
Anne King, Jean Enneper, Alice Ferenac. Row two: Maria D'Amico, Melissa Parey, Julie Montagner, An
Heuer, Marv Wein, Dan Carlton, Jennifer Dalv- Row three: Jim Sas, Nancy Certic, Kelly Bartel, Greg Bauci
Mike Gating, Mike Lee, Jeremv Wojdak, Jennifer Wolchko.
National Honor Society (NHS) was an organization thatpraised
students who did well in their studies, had good character,
community and school service. NHS organized different
activities throughout the year like doughnut breakfasts and sundaes
during lunch time for those high school students who made the
Distinguished Honor Roll and the Honor Roll with their quarter
grades. NHS acknowledged those students who were excellent achiev-
ers in school and were also active in their community. The organiza-
tion believed that education and service were the keys to realizing a
bright future. It congratulated all those students who strived to be the
very best in their personahties and their studies. Mrs. Bette Schmeling
was the adviser for the group.
-Ellen A. Mansperger
NHS members attending a meeting during which they were discussing what they
would be doing in the upcoming months.
NHS Officers: Anne King, President, Jim Sas, Secretary, Michael Lee, Vice
President, Julie Montagner, Historian.
i Iff 1
S.A.V.E. wants to make students aware of their environment
dents Against Violating the Earth, Row one: Kristen Kish, Adrienne Chinni, Ernieliza Brown, Kim
:hof, Rachel Zielinski, Ginger Pomiecko. Row two: Brandi Wright, Sharon Bowhng, Lynda Knistautas,
lifer Grisard, Amy Wilson, Robvn Barwidi.
S.A.V.E.(Students Against Violat |
ing the Earth) was a group of
students that was dedicated to
helping their environment. Meeting ev-
ery Wednesday, S.A.V.E. organized
activities that educated and activated
awareness within the school. They dis-
tributed green garbage cans throughout
the school that were for the collection of
beverage cans that were then recycled.
"It is hard to believe how many cans are
thrown away in a school the size of
Euclid." remarked S.A.V.E. founder
Ginger Pomiecko. Recycling could save
a lot of energy if everyone would partici- ;
pate in it.
S.A.V.E. was founded by Robyn
Barwidi, Ginger Pomiecko and Dawn
Medved. Mr. Frank Jablonski was the
adviser for the group. It is hoped that the
club will be able to continue under new
members in the years to come.
"We plan to irtform students
about the environment and do
our own active things that will
help. There wasn't a S.A.V.E.
when I came to the high school
but I made sure there was one
when I left."
Robyn Barwidi showing the members some of her
ideas on how they can get the idea of conservation
Ginger Pomiecko talking to the members about the
problems that occur when humans take away from
nature without giving anything back.
Members listening to what they will be doing during
Boo!! Sciired ya didn't I? Halloween arrived at
Euclid with a variety of students and staff partici-
pating in their own unique way. There was the
usual \ariety of babies, harlots, strange looking
women and monsters. No one \\ ould ever forget
the flashback to the groovy time of tight leather
pants, wild paisley print and bell bottoms that
some of Euclid's more ad\enturous senior males
dressed as. Many fun original ideas were created
at the school this year. A special warm thank you
went out to all of the Student Council members
who continued the traditional Euclid High School
Community Halloween party. The students con-
tuiued a tradition of dress-up that hopefully will
be continued into the future.
Patricia Chatman certainly had a problem
getting to school today.
Reggie Black shows th<U two faces are
Kevin Gady, Gina
Coales and Trish
for the occasion.
Jennifer Dineen and Amy Von Sick were part
of the evening Halloween Party for the children
Laura Nickell really knows
how to party.
Ellen Mansperger, Katie Patterson, Jennifer Wolchko,
Halloween Julie Di Bartolomeo and Lillian Mazzei had fun on
Halloween dress^^ day gives students a
Dhance to show creative costuming
Jessica Hopkins and Kelly Focareto make a really nice
Latonya Smith, Bonika Martin and Ayonna
Jones are all ready to try out for the team.
iM%f ^ ^^^^Ka
Brian Tomazic is going to have trouble explaining his
condition to his parents.
Mitch Hawkins, Shawn Short, Gary
Meeks, Tigie Monroe and Isaac Bonner
made for an interesting lunch period .
ngela Sadler, Sarah Nehrig, Joe Brkic, and Cecelia Miller dressed up for class.
Monica Tomazic, Julie Di Bartolomeo and
Leann Uchbar are getting ready to go out.
Wai Napolo moves together in the pool
Wai Napolo was a synchronized
swim club that performed
stunts in the water such as
open and closed oysters, back and front
walkovers, ballet legs and many others to
music at their annual Synchronized Swim
Show held in the Spring. This year's theine
was "Title Waves", which allowed the
girls to pick any songs that they wanted, to
go along with their graceful stunts.
The girls practiced hard after school
during the winter and early part of spring
in order to be able to produce their abso-
lutely beautiful show at the end of April.
The officers for the 1992-93 school yeai-
were President and Senior Show director,
Lauren Scheurman, Vice-President,
Jenny Wolchko, secretary, Karen
Gezan, treasurer, Carissa Scott, histo-
rian, Kristin Kish and Junior Show direc-
tor. Melissa Nagode. The adviser for the
club was Mrs. Katie Morris.
-Jennifer Wolchko (vice-president)
Jennifer Wolchko, Jessica Adams and Tammi
Vicic getting ready to practice tlicir number on
Karen Gezan, Adrienne Chinni, Kristin Kish
and Amy Barber going through their number on
land since they were not able to practice in the
pool at that time of the year.
Amy Barber and Kristin Kish working on their
58 y Wai Napolo
Wai Napolo, Row one: Paula Good, Margaret Good, Brenda Volpe, Kristin Kish, Mandy Siplock, M
Wolchko. Row two: Lauren Scheurman, Shannon Moore, Joyce Ashman, Melissa Parey, Aclrienne Chini
Tammi Vicic. Row three: Jessica Adams, Courtney Telich, Carissa Scott, Melissa Nagode, Angela Miklavn
Amy Barber, Karen Gezan, Jenny Wolchko.
'^' ^^^^ ^^' ' ^^ ^*^ ' ' ^^ MJ^ '^rs^
>tudent Council organizes many of the activities at EHS
ident Council, Row one: Cindv Ciulla, Sarah Kuhen, Amv Barber, Jenna Brzeczkowski, Enka Drake,
Tie Howell, Kishia Jones, Debbie Podmore. Row two: Hollv Slavbaugh, Liz Slogar, Chyrese Bovd, Lisa
An, Stacy Evans, Amy Von Sick, Annette HoUis, Melissa Wilson, Maggie Maurer, Alison Repko. Row
ee: Andrea Haselbusch, Jennifer Dineen, Stacie Johnson, Mike Walczak, Jason Mc Creight. Row four:
lesha Johnson, |ill Taplin, Todd Shuskey, Chris Atlas, Helena Oroz, Melanie Shippitka, Rafael Brown.
dent Council, Executive Board, Row one: Chvrese Boyd, Lisa Gavin, vice
sident, Stacy Evans, president, Debbie Podmore, Helena Oroz. Row two:
drea Haselbusch, Jennifer Dineen, Stacie Johnson. Row three: Rafeal Brown,
id Shuskey, Melanie Shippitka.
CI ontinuing a lasting tradition of creative and
organizational excellence, this year's Stu
dent Council once again managed to reach
many of its goals. Under the direction of sponsor
Miss Judith Carmody. President Stacie Evans.
Vice President of Finance Lisa Gavin, and Vice
President Melissa Powalie. Student Council did an
outstanding job in organizing such events as Home-
coming. Winterfest and Prom.
However, contrary to the beliefs of many, plan-
ning and decorating for the dances was not Student
Council's sole responsibility. In fact, many of Eu-
clid High School's activities relied heavily on the
aid they received from Student Council. Student
Council was responsible for such events as the
Senior Citizen Prom, the Children's Halloween
Part, blood drives and food drives, and for adorning
the cafeteria with an overwhelming sense of holi-
day cheer before winter vacation.
Perhaps for some, though, the most important
responsibility belonging to Student Council was
that of organizing and raising money for Prom. For
without Student Council, certainly there would be
no Prom. This year. Student
Council initiated such fund rais-
ers as the penny war. friendly
"candy grams" during the holi-
days. Senior Elf Day. as well as
a fashion show.
Without a doubt, many of
the events and activities at Eu-
clid High School were spon-
sored and executed by Student
Council, whose members
should definitely be recognized
for their hard work and dedica-
Helena Oroz painting a sign de-
scribing the Homecoming Dance.
Helena Oroz, Margana Dane,
Todd Shuskey and Lisa Gavin
minding the table during the Stu-
dent Council Penny War.
Melanie Shippitka and Debbie
Podmore getting the extra Home-
coming mugs ready for sale dur-
ing lunch since they were not all
used for the dance.
Cheerleaders do a lot to keep up spirit!
As the 1992 football season
approached, many changes
in the cheerleader squad fol-
lowed. This was all due to new advis-
ers who brought new ideas with them.
In July, the squads attended
Cheerleading Camp at Ashland Uni-
versity where they improved on old
skills and learned new skills and tech-
niques. The varsity squad was led by
captains Lauren Scheurman and
Laura Nickell. The cheerleaders time
was spent making signs to decorate
the school and stadium and to raise the
players spirits. The strong effort put
forth by the football team made it
easier for the cheerleaders to get the
crowd into the game. Despite the un-
predictable weather conditions a foot-
ball season seems to bring, nothing
could stop the spirits of the players,
the cheerleaders or the fans. Thank
you Panthers for giving us something
to cheer about.
-Lauren Scheurman. Captain
Varsity Cheerleaders, Row one: Laura Nickell. Row two: Adviser, Bonnie Smith, Liesel Sacko, Renee Thomas
Kim Schultz, Carrie White. Row three: Connie Kadras, Lauren Scheurman, Abby Ayer, Ebony Taylor. Rov
foun Becky Sakatch, Dawn Jerele, Lisa Aspinwall
J. V. Cheerleaders, Row one: Rashanda Lockett. Row two: KrisTratnik, Adviser,
Mary Kra vcheck, Tanisha Blackwell. Row three: Jennifer Kascak, Amy Hufchins,
Chris Puglia. Row four: Kisha Buggs, Melanie Shippitka.
Freshman Cheerleaders, Row one: Shana Hollis. Row two: Nicole Genov
Christina Geiger. Row three: Sharon Hollis, Kim Petrick, Cory Watson. F
four; Trisha O'Hara.
As. .."Swish, put it in, two points to win..." sounded from the
gym, yet another season of cheering for Panther basketball
began. It was a long season with many times there being
two games in one week. The J.V. and Varsity cheerleaders had a
double dose of basketball as each squad attended both games.
Practices were held several times each week after school in the E-
room for two hours. The cheering was kept new by learning
different cheers and chants and doing new gymnastics and lifts.
Basketball season lasted through February so the girls were busy
until then. After the season was over the squad got some rest before
having to undergo tryouts for Fall sports. Mrs. Bonnie Smith was
the adviser for the group.
k^arsily Cheerleaders, Row one: Lisa Aspinwall, Kyle Russ. Row two:
Dawn Jerele, Carrie White, Conni Kadras. Row three: Abby Aver, Laura
^ickeU, Lauren Scheurman.
Kenee 1 homas, Carrie White, Lauren Scheurman, Abby Ayer, Dawn Jerele,
Konnie Kadras and Kyle Russ doing one of their cheers during a time out.
Row one: Sue Vargo,
Christina Fabert, Jaina
Orazen. Row two: Julie
Dacar, Dana Finotti.Cina
. Cheerleaders, Row one: Laura Fifolt, Pam Jordan. Row two: Wendy Lapuh,
-•alyn Miranda, Kim Schoval. Row three: Katie Pikus, Paula Sustarsic, Gina
Euclid High School has a tradition for winnin
both on the athletic fields and in scholastic
achievement. Many of Euclid's students
participate in one or more sports and the school has
a complete line of activities that they can enjoy.
From football, soccer, volleyball, cross-country,
golf and girl's tennis in the Fall, to basketball,
swimming, indoor track, wrestling and hockey in
the Winter, to baseball, softball, track and boy's
tennis in the Spring there are many sports that any
student can choose from.
62 y Sports Divider
Jenny Cavanaugh sets up the ball so it
can be smashed over the net.
Sue U returns the ball with her
backhand during a tennis match.
varsity offense lines up against Cleveland Heights on a soggy, wet field.
ant Clark rushes through the Barberton line on his way to a touchdown.
) Heramb tries to get the ball away from his opponent during a soccer match.
nbers of the boy's cross-country team waiting for the girl's team to finish so they can begin their race.
ki Christides and Sandy Brown trying to get to the ball during a girl's soccer match.
Almost first in GCC
conference championship foiled by last game los
The 1992 Panther football team gave Euclid
High a great season. The panthers finished
the season with a 9-1 record and second
place in the GCC. The panther offense was slow to
start but once it got going it rolled up some big
numbers. Last season both Pepe Pearson and
Raeshuan Jernigan were running backs that gained
over 1000 yards. This season. Head Coach Tom
Banc figured that Raeshuan would be more dan-
gerous as a wide receiver since that would open up
the offense from just a running game and give
Raeshuan a better chance of succeeding on a col-
lege team since he is too small for a running back.
The idea worked well as Pepe Pearson led the
running attack with an area high 1570 yards, Mike
Yurcich passed for 1083 yards and Raeshuan
Jernigan led the receivers with 44 receptions for
While the panther offense struggled early the team's
defense kept them in the games. It was the defense
that came up with the key turnovers to give the
offense the ball.
The team had many talented people and many
players were named for special recognition. Pepe
Pearson was named Co-
offensive player of the
year. First-Team players
Yurcich. Willie Reed.
Adam Reichman and
Kevin Bremer. Second-
Team player was: Jim
Shamp. Special Mention
went to: Jimmie Lake.
Bryan Peoples. Eric
Cantini and Brandon
Biggom. Honorable Men-
tion went to Jim Sas. Doug
Torzewski and Mike
honors went to Raeshuan
Thompson, Pepe Pearson
and Willie Reed.
The season had many ex-
citing moments and many
enjoyable games. This was
the last time that Euclid
would compete in the GCC
since they left that league
after the 1992-93 season.
Euclids Head Coach, Tom Banc discussing strategy
with Mario Hall and Shaun Thompson.
Sparkey Birkett getting some information from coaches
Mike Rezolla and Chet Nolan.
Raeshuan Jernigan moving around a block by Kevin
Bremer on his way to a touchdown.
Pepe Pearson comes around the left end on his way for
a big gain.
/arsity Football, Row one: Trainers and coaches. Jack Lardomita, Mike Barnauskas, Mike Rezolla, Mike Sheck, Tom
Banc, Roy Pignatiello, Chet Nolan, Pete Schwenke, Dan Wensing. Row two: Mark Kwiatkowski, Adam Norris,
Brian Jordan, Brian Peoples, Isaac Bonner, William Jones, Rob Heramb, Brandon Biggom, Tom Bolden. Row three:
liam Harrison, Doug Torzewski, Dante Allen, Chad Dulla, Keith Eubank, Archie Triplett, Jim Sas, Vince Sztul. Row
r: Charles Smialek, Joe Karabinus, Kevin Johnson, Al Phillips, Eric Cantini, Demouth Dudley, Scott Jordan. Row five:
le Pearson, Charles Hall, Mario Hall, Raeshuan Jernigan, Adam Reichman, Chuck Maxwell, Jeff Lapuh, Leroy Billips.
V six: Mike Yurcich, Matt Lucas, Willie Reed, Kevin Rusack, Kevin Bremer, Donald Dawson, Sparkey Birkett, Darnea Mc Kinney. Row seven:
Shamp, Mike Petterson, Shawn Thompson, Joe Bailey, Steve Zahursky, Jim Lake, Olen Steelman, Marty O'Neill.
Sas and Co-Captain, Eric Cantini discussing
egy on the sidelines during a game.
Pepe Pearson and Adam Reichman pausing for a
second to show how muddy the field was at the
VARSITY FOOTBALL 1
TEAM US THEM |
SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 1
GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 |
LEAGUE FINISH: second
Next year's talen
J V players will help keep tradition aliv«
The 1992 Euclid J. V. Football team had a
solid season with a 6-4 record. They posted
a 4-3 record in the Greater Cleveland Con-
ference. With many players dressing they were
able to get a lot of experience which was great for
the young players. Coach Roy Pignatiello and
coach Mike Barnauskas did a fine job in molding
these young panthers for future success on the
varsity team. The prospects for future winning
seasons are assured.
Damea Mc Kinney getting ready to pass the ball.
B. J. Harrison ripping off yards against Maple
Bryant Clark gaining yards after getting the ball.
Mario Hall bursting through the Une on his way to
The Panther offense was an impressive display of
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 4
GCC RECORD WON 4 LOST 3
"unior Varsity Football, Row one: Darnae Mc Kinney, B. J. Harrison, Olen Steelman, Marty O'Neill, Joe
Karabinus, Kevin Rusack, Leroy Billips. Row two: Coach Mike Barnauskas, Barry Grisez, Mario Durant,
Demarco Miller, Jamie Willet, Tom Deister, John Scarniench, Coach Roy Pignatiello. Row three: Damien
Ward, Jim Naro, Israel Jackson, Jeff Morris, Adam Bauer, Joe Boslet, Gary Dwyer. Row four: Bob Drotleff,
rk Drotlef, Chris Molakakis, John Harrison, Ken Schuster, Shawn Leven, Raeshaun Pearson. Row five:
ant Clark, Tim Rutti, Edmund Bennett, Steve Pae, Joe Carrier, Antonie Kemp, Al Cade.
their J. V.
Steve Duncan carrying the ball for the freshman
South kicked off to Euclid and Raeshuan Jemigan
returned it for a touchdown. South was then forced
to punt after three downs. Here is Raeshuan return-
ing the punt for another touchdown.
boy's soccer came
in 5th in tlie GCC
Tlhe Varsity Soccer team finished
their 1992 campaign posting an over
all record of 4-8-4. The team had
high hopes for the season, but finished a
disappointing fifth place in the GCC. The
offense was led by sophomores David
Bartulovic and Chris Kletecka. The team
\\ as led by seniors Jason Woide, Mario
Covic and Tony Marusic. Defensively,
Justin Mc Kee and Greg Pesek were the
strong holds. Other contributors were Ricli
Slade. Rob Heramb, Jeff Kristoff, Joe
Brkic. Jon Buchner and Jae Amos. Next
year should see an improved record since
seven contributors from 1992 will be re-
The J. V. Soccer team had one of the most
successful seasons in recent history with a
record of 9-5-2. The team was led by
freshmen Mike Heramb and Eric Heiss.
Jason Derganc and Brian Udovich were
keys to stopping the opposing team from
scoring and should be able to impact the
varsity team for years to come.
J. V SOCCER 1
SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 9 TIE 4 |
GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 6 TIE 3
LEAGUE FINISH: fifth
J. V. RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 TIE 2
J. V. GCC RECORD WON 4 LOST 4 TIE 2 |
showing his lalental
Soccer getting the ball
down the field.
Varsity Soccer, Row one: Trainer Cathy Gibbons, Anders Bromsen, Jeremy Lange, Ju
Mc Kee, Sean Thomas, Chris Pesek, Trainer Betsy Gibbons. Row two: Coach Miki
Durbin, Kevin Gady, Mario Covic, Andy Newsome, Rob Heramb, Tim Gannon, Ji
Gibbons. Row three: Coach Jim Presot, Jeff Kristoff, David Bartulovic, Jason Woide, Jae An
unior Varsity Soccer, Row one: Eric Hess, Chad Gady, Jason Derganc, Mike Heramb, Kevin Kloc
Row two: Coach Mike Durbin, Jim Presot, Tonv Usaj, Jeff Grundman, Brian Udovich, Coach J
girls show improve-
ment over last year
'' 'T irl's Soccer, Row one: Kyle Russ, Stacy Egrek, Jaina Blackford, Sandy Brown, Debbie
_^ Podmore,Laura Fifolt, Heather Nickell. Row two: Alex Kucinski, Danielle Calabrese,
^ ^ Mary Shenk, Magie Dane, Allison Repko, Dana Finotti. Row three: Beth Blatnik, Pam
dan, Cara Parise, Megan Coyne, Mary Shank, Nikki Christides, Michelle Dineen, Coach Mike
5tin. Row four: Lori Davison, Gina Zeman, Chris Eminger, Helena Schwartz, Angela Sadler,
sica Kochis, Chris Eppich.
novan Smith and Kevin Klocker dribbling the ball down the fiekl
ion in front of the goal supplied bv Cara Parise, Angela Sadler and Lori Davidson.
Tlhis year the lady panthers were
under the guidance of a new coach,
Mr. Mike "Big Guy" Sustin. What
the team lacked in experience they made
up for in .spirit. At the beginning of the
season the team set a goal to go 9-7.
Although they did not accomplish their
goal they made many improvements over
last year's record. They worked together
and molded as a team. There were no
seniors on the team so everyone should be
back for the 1993 season.
IV GIRL'S SOCCER |
SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 11 |
GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 2 |
LEAGUE HNISH: third
SEASON RECORD WON 1 LOST 9
getting the ball
away from the
Moving on the cour
Flirst year coach Wendy Potokar's Var
sit\ Volleyball team ended its season
with a 10-13 overall record and a 6-8
GCC record for a fourth place standing. The
team was led by tri-captains Jean Enneper,
Julie Montagner, and Meredith Mihalic.
and also consisted of seniors Miriam Hohs
andAmy Heuer. andjuniorsJulianneHadyk.
Miciielle Suciiy, Sally Kohanski, Leann
Uchbar. Stacy Meden, Julie Di Bartolomeo
and Kristen Mihalic. Also appearing in sec-
tional play were juniors Cecilia Miller and
Lillian Mazzei. Although the team's regular
season record did not accurately reflect the
tremendous talent of its players, the girls be-
came sectional champs be defeating Shaw and
Mayfield in tournament play, but dropped a
heartbreaking loss to Brush to end their sea-
son. This year's season should prove to be a
great foundation for excellent teams in the
years to come.
Led by junior captains Cecilia Miller and
Lillian Mazzei. Euclid's Junior Varsity vol-
leyball team ended its season with a overall
record and a record in the GCC. Coach Kathy
Mihalic succeeded in leading her team to a first
place victory at the Lakewood tournament for
the second consecutive year.
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 13 ■
GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 8 |
LEAGUE FINISH: fourth
arsity Volleyball, Row one: Stacy Meden, Kris Mihalic, Leann Uchbar, Mere
Mihalic, Michelle Suchy, Amv Heuer. Row two: Coach \Vendy Potokar, Julianne
Hadvk, Julie Montagner, Jean Enneper, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Miriam Hohs.
The varsity getting together before their game is ready to begin.
Lindsay Freeman getting the show started with a serve while Miriam Hohs sets the ball up.
/olleyballers have a lot of area to cover
^unior Varsity Volleyball, Row one: Nikki Meier, Mnria Schiti\oni, Stacey Glavan, Laura
Baber, Lindsay Freeman, Amy Hodder. Row Two: Katliv Mihalic, Cindy Ciulla, Jessica
Hopkins, Cecilia Miller, Lillian Mazzei, Rachel Pierce, Marina Corleto.
■freshman Volleyball, Row one: Sherie Hinton, Lisa Pike, Becky Glavan, Melissa Bonfiglio, Melissa
H Koerber, Nancy Pekol, Margy Mihalic. Row two: Laura Novak, lessica Sas, Lori Meden, Jennifer
. Cavanaugh, Megan Westphal, Aileen Glowacki. Row three: Coach Pat Buck, Catherine Mc Guinness,
gela Miklavcic, Kelly Smith, Lauren Hadvk, Allison FitzGeraki. Not pictured; Ameenah Rasheed.
JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL |
Maple Hts .
SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 9 |
GCC RECORD WON 5 LOST 9
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 9
GCC RECORD WON 6 LOST 8
Nancy Pekol getting ready to spike the ball.
ichelle Suchy sets up the ball so that Leann Uchbar can slam it over the net.
girl's tennis had difficult season
Tihe 1992 Lady Panthers Tennis team
worked hard to improve their skills and
prepare for the future. The season was a
disappointment brought on by numerous inju-
ries, illnesses, inclement weather conditions
in addition to the loss of three xarsity players
who graduated last year: but through it all, the
girls stuck together and did Euclid proud with
their spirit and dedication. The year's team
record was less than hoped for but it didn't tell
the story of the hard work and frustration that
was played out on the courts. Seniors. Eileen
Hannan, Dawn Medved, Amanda Rowe and
Su U gave much leadership and showed dedi-
cation for the rest of the team. Amanda Rowe
and Dawn Medved at first doubles made it to
the quarterfinals at Sectionals. The varsity was
coached by Pete Swope and the junior varsity
was coached by Marlv Barnes who were look-
ing forward to next season.
VARSITY GIRL'S TENNIS |
SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 12 1
GCC RECORD WON 1 LOST 4 |
LEAGUE FINISH: fifth
ill's Tennis, Row one: Lisa Steele, Sue U, Dawn Medved, Erin Smith, Wer ■
apuh. Row two: Helena Oroz, Leah Walczak, Lisa lanetta. Amy Repko,|
Eileen Hannan, Janeen Zakrajsek, Amanda Rowe, Coach Peter Swope.
Sue U and Janene Zakrajsek working hard on the court.
f. Row one: Tim Kohanski, Jaison Mc Creight, Mike VValcAik, Matt Baker, Tony Sustarsic. Row two:
ch Mike Raicevich, Mike Mukavetz, Jim Price, Aaron Boyce, Joe Mc Crone, Joe Salopek, Tim Broka w, Ron
ler, Paul Felden, Rich Gentile.
State Park the disap-
pointing 1992 golf
season came to an end. With three return-
ing starters the team hoped to carry the
momentum from the year before, but the
linksters lost a few close matches early in
the year and never seemed to regain con-
fidence. Junior Tim Brokaw and senior
Joe Mc Crone led the way with consistent
solid scores with seniors Tim Kohanski,
Brian Bush and Ron Siedler along with
junior Brian Vargo helping the cause.
Despite a disappointing 2-12 record the
future looks better for next year with
Brokaw and Vargo looking to lead the
-Joe Mc Crone
Motion on the links
}olfers post disappointing record
SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 12 1
GCC RECORD WON 2 LOST 12 |
LEAGUE FINISH: seventh
Seniors Tim Kohanski and Joe Mc Crone were an
important part of Euclid's effort on the greens. Here
they are practicing their putting.
Men in motion
harriers take 4th in GCC
Tlhe Boys' Cross Country team had
a great season. The team was the
strongest it had been in years with
the return of iettermen seniors. Chris
Atlas, Andy Ehrhardt, Brian
Francetic, Paul Roth and Junior, Phil
Baioni. Chris Atlas, along with junior
Pat Carney and sophomore Ken Shuster
led the team to an 8-2 record in dual
meets and a fourth place finish in the
GCC. Highlights of the season included
first place honors at the North Coast
Invitational, a second place trophy at the
University School Invitational, defeat-
ing Mentor for the first time in 8 years,
and to top it all off, advancement to
regional competition at Boardman High
School. At Boardman five of the .seven
runners ran personal best times for a
team finish of eleventh place. Next year's
team will really miss this year's seniors.
BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY |
Maple Hts. 20
West Geauga 18
Chagrin Falls 19
North Coast Invit.
Coaches Classic Invit.
Sim Earich Invit.
SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 2 1
GCC RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 |
LEAGUE FINISH: fourth
,<< ^4\ Cross
Boy's Cross Country, Row one: Grady Buhaley, Chris Atlas, Pat Carney, Andy Ehrhardt. Row two: 1
Podmore, Pat Longbrake, Brian Francetic, Coach Tom Halbedel.
Pat Carney, Chris Atlas and Phil Baioni on the
course at Chapin Forest.
Pat Carney and Ken Schuster making their
sprint to the finish line against a strong Mentor tt
Tlhe 1992 Girl's
team set high
standards in order to
achieve their own
personal goals. The Lady Panthers fin-
ished the dual meet season with a 3-7
record overall and a record of 2-5 in the
GCC. The team consisted of Roschell
Ashley, Sandy Brown, Mary Dacar,
Margaret Good, Kathleen Graham,
Mary Kunes, Marie Salupo, Jamie
Smialeli, Beatrix Vasconcellos, Kay
Wallette and Meg Wolchko. Even though
there were many injuries that did not stop
the girls from going to Regionals, they
were not able to get to the State meet.
Hopefully next year that will be realized.
rl's Cross Country, Row one: Maria Salupo, Mary Kunes, Kathleen Graham, Meg Wolchko, Jaime
lialek. Row two: Coach Dick York, Monica Tomazic, Kari Wallette, Mary Dacar, Margaret Good.
Women in motion
girl's cross country runs to 5thi in GCC
GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY |
Walsh Tomahawk Invit.
North Coast Inxat.
Sim Earich Invit
SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 7 |
GCC RECORD WON 2
LOST 5 1
LEAGUE FINISH: fifth
nie Smialek and Kari Wallette on the course during their race.
there just weren't enough wrestlers
T^he Euclid wrestling team started
off the season on the wrong note
with losses to Hudson, Madison,
Cleveland Hts. and Lake Catholic. The
following week the team bounced back
and showed some strength with a third
place tie at the Richmond Hts. Tourna-
ment. The next tournament was the
Brunswick Invitational and Shawn
Thompson, Jimniie Lake, B. J.
Harrison and Bruce Willingham all
placed well. In league play they suffered
a close loss to Mentor and were soundly
beaten by Maple Hts. Then the team took
off, crushing Brush the following week,
and then beating North. Bedford and
South by decent margins. The season
finale was with powerhouse Mayfield
where Euclid began slow and exploded
in the higher weight classes to end up
with a tie. The main problem throughout
the season was not enough wrestlers and
Euclid had to forfeit many weight classes.
The team was coached by Tim D' Anna,
Steve Knaack and Tim Corcoran.
SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 5 TIE 1
GCC RECORD WON
4 LOST 2 TIE 1
Bruce Willingham at 125 pounds struggles to
get control of his opponent on the way to
winning a decision.
Greg Higham at 135 poundshas control of his
opponent at this time.
76 y Wrestling
Wrestling, Row one: Scott Herbert, Mark Swan, Mike Summerfield, Dane Meros, Ste\e Higham, Br
Willingham. Row two: Coach Steve Knaack, Bob Lohn, Nick Pfahl, Joe Tucceri, Ronnie Redden, G
Higham, Coach Tim D'Anna. Row three: Josh Holland, B. J. Harrison, Jimmie Lake, Shawn Thomps
Deshawn Short, Mike Turk, Tim Corcoran.
ivyweight, Shawn Thompson, working on his adversary was able to turn him over and pin him in the Mike Turk at 152 pounds, B. J. Harrison at 171
: period of his match. pounds, Bruce Willingham at 125 pounds and Greg
mie Lake at 189 pounds was extremely quick and able to take down his opponent whenever he wanted Higham at 135 pounds workmg on their opponents,
was able to win this match bv a decision.
•haun Short at 160 pounds is getting his opponent in a very precarious position.
GiaCHIGHAMB ONBH ^
after a slow start Panthers camt
Tihe 1992-93 Boy's Varsity Basketball team
had it's ups and downs throughout the sea
son. The season started off with two
losses in which the team began strong but lost
tlie momentum in tlie fourtli quarter. They won
two of their next four games in which key
Panther, Gary Meeks was suspended for two
games. They tlien won nine of their next ten
games to be tied witli Brush for first in the
G.C.C. They beat the Arcs in the first game of
the season but couldn't do it a second time and
ended up second in the G.C.C. for the season.
They fought hard but were unable to bring home
their eighth consecutive championship. The
Pantliers ended up 14-6 overall and 1 1-3 in the
G.C.C. The team was coached by "Doc"
VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 6 1
GCC RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 |
LEAGUE FINISH: Second
Pepe Pearson drives in for a layup.
Gary Meeks blocks a shot by his opponent
while Bill Vuyancih and Jim Zdesar look on.
Pepe Pearson, BUI Vuyancih, Gary Meeks and
Steve Zahursky waiting for the rebound.
Sam Seawright, Gary Meeks and Ken
Hamilton in action under the basket.
78 y Boy's Basketball
Varsity Boy's Basketball, Row one: Hannah Davis, Sam Seawright, Pepe Pearson, Raeshuan jernij ;
Altonio Mc Cants, Dave Coleman, Lisa Primosch. Row two: Jeff Zdesar, Kevin Bremer, Steve Guttu, ^
Yurcich, Brian Francetic, Ryan Campbell. Row three: Kelly Bartel, Bill Vuyancih, Gary Meeks, St.
Zahursky, Jewvon Mc Michael, Ken Hamilton, Coach Doc Daugherty.
^n ■ ^1
w mil i^'-'^mi--^' ■
in strong but ended up a bit short
Boy's Basketball, Row one: StacieGla van, Mike Banach, Rich Slade,Brvnn Kellv.Clavton Cunningham,
nah Da\'is. Row two: Rvan Campbell, DaneCool, Matt Baker, Darnea Mc Kinnev, Jason Gray, Selena Mc
ght. Row three: Coach Dennis Turkall, Johnson Hartorn, Omar Coles, Aaron Bovce, Igor Sugar.
T\he 1992-93 Boy's J. V. Basketball
team also had an up and down sea
son. Lilce the varsity they struggled
at the beginning but then got together and
managed to win seven of their last eight
games. At the beginning it seemed that they
needed to lose a game to get motivated for
the next one, but through the tough coach-
ing of Mr. Dennis Turkall and their tough
practices, the team finished the season with
a 1 2-8 record overall and 9-5 in the G.C.C.
There will be some good athletes from the
team that will help out on the varsity in the
]. V. BOY'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 |
GCC RECORD WON
9 LOST 5 1
Raeshuan Jemigan niakesan easy layup against,,
Jim Zdesar takes a shot from the three point*
range while Jewvon Mc Michael waits for the
Bill Vuyancih and Mike Yurcich pressure the
opponent into turning over the ball.
Freshman boys jtntfj girl
future boy's and girl's basketball team-
Tlhe freshman boy's basketball team
was coached by Mr. Steve Marcu
and was able to complete a suc-
cessful season. The team had lots of
talent and was able to pull together in
order to win it's games. They will provide
lots of talent for the Varsity and Junior
Varsity teams next year.
FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 2
WILLOUGHBY SOUTH CHAMPIONS
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Steve Zahursky and Kevin Bremer watch as
Gary Meeks puts the ball up.
Igor Sugar goes up for a rebound against
Clayton Cunningham takes a jump shot from
Chris Kletecka gets ready to pass off the ball
after stealing it from his opponent.
80 y Boy's Basketball
Freshman Boy's Basketball, Row one: Doug Revilla, Ramone Wiley, loe Zdesar, Brandon Ashley,
Cherkas. Row two: Bret Zubek, Chad Shuskey, Jeff Grundnian, Raymel Slaughter, Derrick Respress. Ij
three: Hannah Davis, Devilin Smitli, De Juan Goulde, Paul Pavicic, Robert Edmonds, Fred Cross. |
irepare lor the future
from today's freshmen
hman Girl's Basketball, Row one: Katie Bauer, Cherie Hinton, Andrea Washington, Alavcia Clark, Lisa
. Row two: Coach Mark Barnes, Kristie Zevnik, Sharon Hollis, Cori Watson, Missy Bonfiglio, Asst. coach
y Boyarsky. Not Pictured, Heather Nickel!.
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Under the coaching of*
Mark Barnes the
Freshman Girl's Bas-
ketball team posted a 10-3
winning record. The girls
showed much promise for the
future since two of their three
loses were by only one point.
They were competitive in all
their games and the players
should make a welcome addi-
tion to the varsity and junior
varsity teams next year.
FRESHMAN GIRL'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 3 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 3 |
LEAGUR FINISH second
Action under the basket as Margy Mihalic puts
the ball up and Meredith Bell and Kelly Smith
try to get into position for a rebound.
Nikki Christides bringing the ball down the court
on a fast break.
Captains, Amy Hodder and Kelly Smith meeting
with the players from Mentor before the gam^
varsity girl's tried their best but lackei
T^he Girl's Varsity Basketball team
started out with a rough season, but
as the season went on the Lady Pan-
thers started to come on strong. Although
they finished seventh in the G.C.C.. their
record did not reflect the talent that the
girl's had. The team consisted of Stacey
Meden, Kristen Mihalic, Kim Sumpter,
Jennifer Hall, Trina Sharpe, Margy
Mihalic, Lori Meden, Angela Miklavcic
and seniors Jean Enneper and Julie Pekol.
The team was coached by Mr. Roy Pig-
natiello who continued to keep the team
together through the rough season. Next
year the girls should have a stronger team
that should end up with a winning season.
-Kris Mihalic and Stacey Meden
VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 14 |
GCC RECORD WON
3 LOST 11 1
LEAGUE FINISH: seventh
Jean Enneper, Julie Pekol, Stacy Meden and
Kris Mihalic waiting for the rebound after the
ball was put up.
Katrina Sharpe passes the ball off to Jennifer
Hall while Jean Enneper looks on to help out.
Kelly Smith races around after having taken a
shot to try and help Meredith Bell get the re-
Varsity Girl's Basketball, Row one: Kdtnna Sharpe, Jennifer Hall, Lori Meden, Margie Mihalic, S
Meden, Kris Mihalic. Row two: Katherine Mc Guinness, Kim Sumpter, Julie Pekol, Angela Miklavcic, |
Enneper, Coach Rov Pignatiello. j
■I scorer who could take control
. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Amy Hodder, Nancy Pekol, Tamika White, Amv Guy, Lindsay Freeman.
V two: Lori Meden, Margie Mihalic, Lynnette Perrv, Nikki Christides. Row three: Katherine Mc
nness, Meredith Bell, Patricia Chatman, Kelly Smith, Angela Miklavcic, Coach Sue Drienka.
Tihe Girl's J. V. Basketball team
completed a successful season by
compiling an overall record of
1 1-7 and 9-5 in the G.C.C. Some of the
highlights of the season were two one-
point victories over Mentor and a 33-27
victory over North. The team consisted
of Nikki Christides, Meredith Bell,
Patricia Chatman, Lindsay Freeman,
Amy Guy, Amy Hodder, Lori Meden,
Margy Mihalic, Nancy Pekol,
Lynnette Perry, Kelly Smith and
Tamika White. Future varsity teams
will benefit from the talents of these
J. V. GIRL'S BASKETBALL |
SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 7 |
GCC RECORD WON
9 LOST 5 1
Kris Mihalic jumps for the ball at the begin-
ning of the game against Mentor while Katrine
Sharpe waits for the tip.
Kiis Mihalic puts the ball up on a fast break.
Nikki Christides shoots while Nancy Pekol
and Meredith Bell go for the rebound.
Stacy Meden takes a shot while Jean Enneper
and Kris Mihalic wait for the rebound.
Indoor track helps the athlete
Indoor Track, Row one: Christine Puglia, Sandy Brown, Roschell Ashley, Tatiana Marteletti, Andy Ehrhardt, Joe Evans, Latonya Smith, Michelle Moses. Row I.
Coach Ramlo^^•, Lakisha Phillips, Tim Carney, Ameenah Rasheed, Rosa-Lila Andrews, Jaime Willett, Michael Smith, Erin Hutson, Monica Tomazic, Keith Eub.l
Row three: Jim Shamp, Joseph Carrier, Brandon Biggom, Tonv Battle, James Driscoll, Pat Carnev, Kevin Wilson, Ken Schuster, Grady Buhaley, John David, C(
Lou Tomasi. Row four: Joe Salopek, De Moulh Dudlev, Mike Montgomery, Christopher Atlas, Donald Dawson, Joe Bailey, Sparkey Birkett, Steve Ladovich;
Longbrake Jr, Phil Baioni, Brvan Peoples.
W'ith few seniors on the team this
year, indoor track had little to lose
and a lot to gain. Led by coaches.
Mr. Robert Ramlow and Mr. Lou Tomasi
and co-captains Brandon Biggom, Brian
Peoples, Pat Carney and Mike Nagy the
team was strong in every event in Track and
Field. Returning lettermen sprinters Brandon
Biggom, Keith Eubank, Brian Jordan and
James Driscoll. along with others, planned to
be present at the state meet this year. The
experienced hurdle crew of Mike Nagj', Joe
Bailey, and Sparky Birkett were always im-
proving and weightmen Brian Peoples and
Jim Shamp planned to out-throw every oppo-
nent. Returning lettermen distance runners
Chris Atlas, Pat Carney, Ken Schuster and
Phil Baioni looked forward to running key
G.C.C. opponents in the Spring. Other key
additions included James Willet, Rob Tepley,
Tim Carney and Kevin Wilson.
Latonya Smith and Lakisha Phillips about the
cross the finish line in the sprint.
Sparkey Birkett going over the bar in the high
Mike Nagy landing on the pad after making it
over the bar in the high jump.
iet in condition for Spring track
Mike Nagy clearing a hurdle.
James Driscoll finishing first and being timed by Coach Lou Tomasi
Donald Dawson going over the bar.
Pat Carney taking the baton from James Willetf in a relay
Joe Bailey about to clear a hurdle.
Phil Baioni and Andy Ehrhardt lead-
ing the pack in their race.
hockey team struggles fo|
Hockey, Row one: Rav Miller, Joe Nosan. Row two: Michele Fogarty, Torese Schneider, Rav Morris, Bob Leniieux, John Bechtel, Tony Verch, Matt Lemieux, E
Mingle. Row three: Coach Forest Dixon, Lori Davison, Jeremy Wilson, Mike Mc Neill, Tom Gannon, Tony Rozic, Ben Mooney, Eric Cantini, Erin Smith, G,
Belavich. Row four: Matt Davis, Vince Lomhardo, Mike Davis, Teri Zevnik, Tim Kohanski, Steven Tingley, Coach Steve Jaeger.
Tlhis year's hockey team started its season off
by playing in a Winter tournament in Euclid.
They then went to Canada to compete against
Canadian teams. While in Canada, the team not
only had fun. but gained valuable experience. They
returned home to take part in a very difficult St.
Edward's tournament. Although their season got off
to a bad start they had an outstanding finish by
winning the Division II Baron Cup for the second
time in Euclid history. The team also had a great
showing at the State tournament, going further than
any other hockey team in Euclid history.
The Hockey team played well with new players and
old. Recognition had to go to co-captains Eric
Cantini and Bob Lemieux. Mike Davis earned the
Plain Dealer Player-of-the-Week and Tim
Koliansl<i was Player-of-the-Week for the News-
Herald. Mil<e Davis and Bob Lemieux were named
to the Plain Dealer Blue Division All-Star team.
The Panthers enjoyed the play of seniors. Bob
Lemieux, Eric Cantini, Tim Kohanslii, Matt
Davis and Terry Zevnili. They were coached by;
Forest Dixon. Head coach. Anthony Martincic.
assistant coach and Steve Jager, goalie coach.
They also received help from players on the
SEASON RECORD WON
13 LOST 18
GCC RECORD WON 5 LOST 5
LEAGUE FINISH: third
Mike Mc Neill driving for the goal while Tim
Kohanski screens for him.
Matt Lemieux getting the puck down the ice.
recognition in a tough league
Matt Davis and Mike Mc Neill heading down the ice.
Steve Tlngley, Matt Lemieux and Eric Canttni in action in front of the Hockey
Steve Titigley struggling to get untangled from an opponent.
swimmers have to drag their way
\he 1 992-93 boy's swim team
was a showcase of good swim
lers and divers. However,
even though they took first in more
than 50% of the races at almost
every meet, they lost many meets
due to the scoring system that fa-
vored larger teams. Outstanding
finishes this year were the relay
team of Kyle Bush, Jim Belanich,
and co-captains Tony Hren and
Brian Bush who broke the record
in the 4-man 200m free relay. An-
other highlight of the season was
Jeremy Eraerman's fifth place fin-
ish in the Northeast District swim
meet. The team was coached by
Mr. Lou Davis and practiced be-
fore and after school.
-Tony Hren (Co-captain)
Tony Hren was one of the
leading swimmers on the boy's
swim team and helped break
the record in the 4-man 200m
Jim Belanich taking off from the starting blocks in
Brian Bush showing how the back stroke is done.
Kyle Lynch caught in the middle of one of his
Boy's Swimming, Row one: Dave Champa, Kvle Bush, Tim De Wine, Mike Swyt, Greg Simmons, Jerei
Emerman. Row two: Fred Streiff, Captain Brian Bush, Kyle Lynch, Captain Tony Hren, Jason Fiorille. R
three: Coach Lou Davis, Mike Tomsic, Ralph Cosiano, Donald Dawson, Jim Beletic, Christopher Atlas. It
Pictured, Aide Rob Roll.
hrough the wet and wild water
I's Swimming, Row one: Slion.i Mc Cune, Melissa Wilson, Christine Parev, Nikki Christopher, Kellv
/er, Melissa Parev. Row two: Lori Roster, Melanie Shippitka, Mervann Bruketa, Mary Dacar, Megan
itphal. Row three: Aide Sarah Nehrig, Megan Coyne, Jennifer Cavanaugh, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Kris
inger, Kristina Geiger, Nicole Schumer. Row four: Jodi Wallette, Kari Wallette, Mary Wolf, Amy Barber,
hel Pierce, Janet Fonovic. Not Pictured: Coach Joan Bush.
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TIhe 1992-93 Girl's
swim team completed
a successful season
by finishing second in the
G.C.C. The girls worked hard
all season and were rewarded
by winning most of their
meets. Highlights of the sea-
son were Trisha O'Hara
placing ninth at the Greater
Cleveland Conference Meet
at Bedford and then having a
first place finish at the Berea
Invitational. The swimmers
were coached by Mrs. Joan
GIRL'S SWIMMING |
SEASON RECORD WON
11 LOST 2
GCC RECORD WON
4 LOST 2 1
LEAGUE HNISH: Second
Kelly Moyer working hard a t the back stroke during
Kari Wallette diving in to begin her leg of the race.
Mike Swyt doing well in the breast stroke.
Euclid has always had a strong teaching and
support staff. The motto has always been
Excellent Education In Euclid Schools. This
year the high school got a new leader. Mr. William
Scoggan took over as the new principal in August.
The Euclid staff was a mature one with most of the
teachers having fifteen or more years of experience.
Because of the financial problems facing the school
district there were not many younger teachers since
they were not rehired. The enrollment at the high
school had been declining for the past decade and has
just started to increase. The Euclid staff has always
been dedicated to providing the best education
Euclid's new principal, Mr. William Scoggan. talking to the staff bef
the beginning of the school year.
Students find that the learning environment in Mr. Paul Serra's class
Security Aid, Sue Drienka talks on the phone while law enforcement
instructor, Mr. Nick Selvaggio does class work.
Much learning takes place in a clean, well disciplined classroom.
90 > Academics Divider
Many students find that the library is an ideal place to study since it is a quiet place that has many
Computers are a very important part of everyone's life and the ability to use them will be more impor-
tant in the future. Learning to type is a skill that everyone should know if they are planning to go to
college or into the business world. Euclid has several fine computer labs.
Mr. James Preset discussing the business world with one of his classes.
Euclid has leader
School Board members: Da vid A. Lawrence, Vice-President Carol DeWine, Carol Euclid School's Administation, Row one: John P. Fell: Assistant for Supei
Bechtel, President Barbara E. Kramer, K. F. Van Ho, tendent, Patti Pedersen: Business Manager. Row two: Robert McLaugh
Director of Pupil Personnel, Lowell B. Da\'is: Treasurer, Kurt Stanic: Supei
tendent of Schools, Richard Jenkins: Director of Human Resources, Rot
Knuth: Director of Secondary Eciucation.
A-G Unit Principal
P-Z Unit Principal
H-O Unit Principal
Freshmen Unit Principal
counselors give students a chance to
make choices about their future
Director of Athletics
Tlhe counselors were a very important
part of every student's life. It was the
counselor who was responsible for
making sure that every student took the
courses that were suited to them and
making sure that they had the proper
courses needed for graduation. The
counselor's underwent major reorganiza-
tion during the '91 -'92 school year when
they were changed to an alphabetical
organization. This organization was
maintained for the 1992-93 school year.
People in motion
T^he staff at Euclid High School consisted of many dedicated, hard-
working individuals whose one goal was to allow every student to get
the best education possible. Many of the staff put in long hours at
school preparing lessons, making tests, grading papers, and doing all the
work that was necessary to keep the education process going. Most people
never realized all the work that had to go on outside the classroom in order
to make the school function.
Mr. Tom Gubitosi helping his students to learn Latin while
Mrs. Ingrid Koenig is discussing German with her students.
Jane Addis. English. Math. Social Studie
Sue Aniato. English.
Earl Archibald. Custodian.
Bill .Attamante, Work-Study Coordinator
Alex Allen, Law Enforcement.
Ronald A. Backos, Biology.
Thomas Banc, Government, Head Foe
Ethel Barbish, Security Aide.
John Barcza, Science Topics, General S^
Stan Bender, Honors and A. P. Biolo^i
Science Department Chairperson.
Allen Black. Audio Visual Technician, Kl
Dolores Black. British Literature, Americ
Literature. Sophomore English.
Mary Black. Cafeteria Supervisor.
Al Bleich. Accounting. Business.
Gene Brearton, Personal Computers, Me*
Patricia Buck. Physical Education Depai
Jan Carlson. Foods. Independent Living
Home Economics Department Chairpersc
Judith L. Carmody. Sophomore and Ser
English. Student Council Adviser. Holida
Lisa Cheshier. Orchestra.
Marie Clark, Foods.
Carmen Colaianni. Custodian.
Harold "Doc" Daugherty. Health. Heac
Merry Dolter. Library Clerk.
Sue Drienka, A.E.R. Instructor, Asst.
Women's Basketball Coach.
.Vlichael Durbin. Math. Computers.
Alex Dzerowicz. Government. Geopoliti
Ken Ferlito. Varsity Chorale. Choral
Rosalie Fette. Secretary-Associate Princ
Susan First. World History. World Cul-
Gale Flament. Art. Photography.
fie Fowler, Treasurer.
niel Francetic. Astronomy.
\\y Freedman, Design, Painting, Portfolio, Art
iria Garza, Spanish.
rbara Gates, Vocational Special Education
iin Gibbons, Physical Education.
I Gooding, Biology, Honors Biology.
omas Gubitosi, Latin, Spanish.
tricia A. Habat, Physics, Physical Science, H.
m Halbedel, Science, Cross-Country Head
ach. Track Asst. Coach.
'f Hartmann, Social Studies, American
Jtory, World Cultures, Varsity Baseball Coach.
therine Harwood, Library Staff.
b Heramb, Social Studies, Boy's Tennis
rolyn Heuer, Social Studies.
Anne Hodder. Attendance Secretary.
m Hoffart, Occupational Work Experience
ordinator. Physical Education.
ink Hoffert, A. P. European History, American
vernment. Economics, Social Studies Depart-
:hard Homovec, Physical Education, DCT.
ink Jablonski, Reading, Honors English.
/ce Katona, Social Studies, English, Math.
1 Kehn, Principal's Secretary.
1 Kelley, Ul S. History, Citizen Bee.
rry King, Woodworking. Industrial Drawing,
!ustrial Ails Department Chairperson.
en Klein, Office Automation, Typing I,
tetakina for Colleae Bound.
;rid Koenig, Gernian I, II, III, A.P. Gemian.
le Lellis, English I, English 111.
in Lidrbauch, English.
in Linderman, Secretary.
irv Lomac, Enalish.
principal hoping for more
spirit and discipline
Tlhe 1992-93 school year began with a new principal at Euclid
High School. Mr. Bill Scoggan came here after being a principal
in Oklahoma. He wanted to come to Euclid because of its variety
of special programs, tradition, and economically and racially diverse
population. He wanted all students to have an opportunity to learn in a
positive environment and that it could be accomplished only if every
student understood the importance of maintaining a positive attitude.
He expected students to act in a mature, caring way. He felt that spirit
was lacking and wanted to have pep rallies to increase spirit.
Bill Scoggan is a man in constant motion who loves to articulate \vhen he speaks
Students were able to express their spirit at the rallies that were held in the gvm.
June levy failure
meant fewer people
T\he failure of a 7.9 mill school levy in June. 1992 coupled with a cut in
funding from the State of Ohio meant that the Euclid schools were
faced with a deficit for the 1992 year. Because of that, thirty-six
teachers w ere laid off and most field trips and professional leaves were
cancelled. Department budgets were cut by 25-50% and many programs
When cutbacks are made in an educational program it is always the students that feel the
effects. Classes get larger and equipment gets scarcer.
Pepe Pearson and Nichole Witten doing an experiment in chemistry class. Science classes
need a lot of materials that are not needed by other classes and will be affected by budget
Ken Lowe. English, Fine Arts.
Marge Lucas, Library Staff.
Arle Lumadue. Security Aide.
Marc Manburg. Business, Accounting.
Steve Marcu, Psychology. American
History, Basketball Coach.
Kathleen Marsh. Library Media Specialil
Allan Matko. OWA. Science.
Judith Mc Laughlin. Junior English,
Edie Mellen. Commercial Art.
Carol Meyers, Library Staff.
Mary Jane Miceli. General Art, Drawing
Diane Minach. AUington International
Aldona Miskinis. Algebra, Geometry.
College Algebra Trig.
Ray Montani. Vocational Automotives.
Katie Morris. Biological Science. Wai
Carole Niebes. Freshman and Junior
Margaret Nielsen. GRADS Program.
Joan Paskert. Algebra. Math. S.A.D.D.
Judy Paul. Career Office Secretary.
Adam Pavvlowski. Computer Science.
Jo-Rita Perez. Honors Algebra, Geometii
Deborah Petrik. Spanish I. Spanish II.
Robert Petrovic, English 1, English III,
A. P. English. English Department Chairp
Roy Pignatiello. Math, Personal Comput
Asst. Football Coach. Head Girl's
Sally Pla. French. German.
Wendy Potokar. Freshman Foundations,^
Physical Education. Volleyball Coach.
Ronald Povvaski, World History. A. P.
Jim Presot. Marketing. Advanced Marke
ing. Work in 21st Century. Freshman Soc
Coach. DECA. FBLA Adviser.
Mike J. Raicevich. Government. Geopol
tics. Golf Coach.
Barbara Ramlow. Ensilish. AFS Advisei;
100 > Academics
5bert R. Ramlow, Health, Physical
lucation Department Chairperson. Track
Carles Reno, Physics, A. P. Physics, A. P.
rin Roberts, Algebra, Honors Geometry.
« Rodriguez, Physical Education.
jbbie Rudder. Career Exploration
ary Rose. Spanish I. Spanish II.
yce Russo. Sophomore English. Junior
yce Sadowsky. Main Office Secretary.
ed Sallach. Algebra. Math.
indra Sanborn. Math Analysis. Geom-
■y. Math for Modem Living.
reg Sattler. Occupational Work Experi-
!tte Schmeling. Chem. Com.. National
3nor Society Adviser.
)nata Schultz. Health Aide.
leryl Schossler. Math Intervention,
ite Schwenke, Physical Education.
ickey Segulin. Health Aide.
ck Selvaggio. Law Enforcement.
lul Serra. Math. Head Baseball Coach.
net Severino. English.
lura A. Sharp. Career Office Secretary.
ichael Sheck. OWA Work Adjustment,
^T School Supervisor, Asst. Football
aine Sheridan. Special Education.
lula Sheridan. Foods I.
m Simpson. World History, World
)nnie Smith. French I. French II, Spanish
.obert A. Smith. Architecture. Advanced
drafting. Small Engines. Introduction to
i'ayne Smith. Honors World History,
.frican Asian Literature.
rank Soltesz. Science Topics. Introduction
) Living Things.
arbara Spiga, Freshman English. Sopho-
lore English. Junior English.
iarb Springer. Unit Secretary.
Euclid employees elect to
maintain salaries at 1991 level
Because of the failure of the school levy in June. 1992. all the em-
ployee groups in the Euclid schools voted to freeze their salaries at
the 1991-92 level. This was probably the first time in the history of
the Euclid schools that the employees did not get some sort of raise when
negotiating a new contract. This was done to protect some Jobs because of the
poor economic climate since a pay raise would have meant that more staff
would have been laid off because of the financial condition of the school
Mr. Ronald Backos, Mrs. Katie Morris and Mrs. Peggy Torzewski all working hard at
their jobs throughout the da v. They are probably concerned with what is going to happen
to the Euclid schools in the future.
Freshman Foundations tries to give
ninth graders a better outlook
Flreshman Foundations was a new course than began this
I year to try to help freshmen achieve more. The idea of the
program was to teach freshmen better study skills so they
would get better grades and. therefore, have a better image of
themselves. The course was taught by Wendy Potokar and Dale
Hollingsworth and there were about 280 freshmen in it.
We want to
try to help
Freshmen Foundation teacher,
Wendy Potokar, at the Homecom-
Veronica Stadler, Health, Physical Educa-
Judith Stobinski, Senior English, Freshma
Michael Sustin. Introduction to Physics an
Diane Tizzano, Marching Band, Concert
Band, Jazz Band, Choraliers.
Stephanie Tilton, Biology, Introduction to(
Carol Tkac. Sophomore English, Junior
Honors English, Freshman Honors English
Rosemarie Tonn. Unit Secretary.
Chris Torrelli, Biology, Introduction to
Living Things, Introduction to Physics and
Peggy Torzewski, Library Assistant.
Patricia Turk, Security Aide.
Dennis Turkall, Basic Math, Algebra,
Bill Von Benken, Chemistry, A. P. Chemis
tr_\'. Yearbook Adviser.
Phyllis Walsh, Unit Secretary.
Bob Walsmith. Basic Math, Algebra.
Connie Warman, Athletic Director
Dan Wensing. Algebra. Math for Modem
Li\ ing. Personal Computers, Analysis.
Richard Wherley, Chemistry, Survey
Adviser. Science Olympics Adviser.
Mary White. American History, World
Carol L. Williams, Business Education.
Dick York. Science, English, Math, Specif
Education Dept. Chairperson.
Judith Aubizarreta. Spanish,
Japanese(Facilitator), Foreign Language
Onlv freshmen were in school on
the first day to enable them to get
used to the size of Euclid. These
freshmen are trying to find their
way around the building.
mts in Mr.
s class are
)out the ba-
:s of physi-
Students enter Euclid High School as fresh
men and leave as seniors. Even though there
were four grade levels most distinctions were
made as to whether the student was a senior or an
underclassman. Students work for three years with
the idea of becoming seniors. The underclass years
were ones of becoming established at the high
school, making new friends, finding activities that
were interesting and maturing as an individual. The
underclass years were ones of major changes for
Erin Smith, Cara Parise, Renee Ttiomas, Kris
Mihalic, Kyle Russ dnd Andrea Williams
showing how much fun it is to be underclassmen.
Erin Harsch, Tiffany Highland and Lisa lannetta
enjoy their walk to school every morning.
Marching Band members, Patty Sheck, Jenny Wolchko,
in/i \ TT J r->- J Ksren Gezan, Tammi Vicic, Kelly Moyer and Laura Dengel
104 > Underclass Divider getting together on the practice field during rehearsal.
Steve Black and Bina Stitt are friends who enjoy each others
company during school.
Kevin Bremer escorting Anitra Pennyman
to lier class.
Tracy Boyarsky and Margaret Wein are
friends wlno enjoy eacli other's company
Shawn Mowell and Mary Wein also like to
spend time with each other during lunch.
all agrees that Euclid High
School is ...
When asked of their impression upon entering Euclid High School last Tomika Brown s.iid...
Fall Angela Koeth said...
,. . ,, "it's big enough to get lost
It S Dig in... there are lots of cute people
106 ^ Freshmen -i „
Christina N Adams
Sarah L Arnold
Charles Carter 111
Marv Ann Dacar
J Domenic Dalla Riva
Timothy De Wine
La Donti Dickson
Jerome Dismukes Jr.
Robert Edmonds Jr.
De Juan Goulde
La Tassha Harper
William Hartman III
La Quita D Hill
De Shawn Jackson
"lots of cute guys"
was how Lisa Kocher de-
scribed her first impression
of Euclid High School
Lisa Kocher, Carrie Raymond and Nancy Pekol learning
about Euclid in the cafeteria on their first day of school.
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Catherine Mc Guinness
Michael Mc Millan
Julie Ann Newsome
Domenic Palla Riva
112 > Freshmen
James Podboy Jr.
Brent Sha\v Jr.
Raymel Slaughter Jr.
Thomas Stobierski Jr.
Sir Kimberly Summers
Ronald Taylor Jr.
114 ^ Freshmen
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Tara Van Ho
Yolanda Van Tilhurg
La Gina White
Chenise T Williams
Daniel Williams Jr.
Getting in the groove
T^he sophomores entered the 92-93
school year with a more positive atti
tude than they did as freshmen.
Sophomores had lots of fun during the
year while enjoying the company of friends
at lunch, in the classroom, during sporting
events and before and after school. With
the experiences learned in their freshmen
year behind them, they grew into a more
mature class while keeping the teenage
-Jessica Kochis, Janet Fonovic, Kris
Wendy Lapuh, Roslyn Miranda and Amy Repko
are all sophomores that want to he as useful as
possible at Euclid High School.
Many sophomores like Matt Baker and Meredith
Bell have to take geometry in order to continue in the
math and science programs at Euclid.
Kyle Bush is thinking about all the new opportuni-
ties that he has as a sophomore.
Anthony T Battle
Edmond Bennett Jr.
Louis L Besses
Le Roy Billips
Rafael D Brown
Paul David Carpenter
Joseph Carrier 11
Lakita S Cottingham
Danielle De Boe
Donald De Boe
Gary Dwyer Jr.
Kamiko M Edwards
Alfred Harper Jr.
Israel Jackson Jr.
T Brad Koyatch
Angela La China
Stacy La China
Daniel La Russo
Eating with the big boy:
sophomores don't have to wait for the middle of the lunch periodij
"it's nice to be able to
go to lunch the first
half of the period."
Seniors, Cindy Ujcich and Eric Carlson,
are enjoying their lunch during the first
half of the period.
Gina Zeman and Michelle Dineen help
each other in chemistry class since they
are lab partners.
Many sophomores help the Marching
Band to be a successful activity.
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"there are lots of
little freshmen. As
a sophomore you're
older and bigger."
Kelly Focareto and Pam Jordan discussing how they ma-
tured during the summer before class begins.
David Longstreth Jr.
Kevin Mc Carthv
Kevin Mc Cartnev
Antone Mc Coy
Tameka Mc Co\'
Dhiati Mc Crav
Salena Mc Creight
Rashaun Mc Dougal
Sharon Mc Ewen
Latonia Mc Griff
Sean P Mc Guckin
Darnea Mc Kinney
Jeffrey Morris Jr.
James Naro III
Rachel E Pierce
Back with your friends agaim
after summer vacation
Mary Kunes i;, h<ippv to be hack with her friend, Kari Wallette so they can
compete against other schools in cross country.
Many of the students in class ha\e been friends for many years.
"There's a lot more free-
dom and most of us have
matured over the summer.
It's great to be back with
all our friends again."
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Junior year was a time of in
creased freedom for the students
but also a time when many im-
portant decisions had to be made.
This was a very impoilant time to
begin thinking about future plans.
College was in the future for most
students which meant that taking the
college tests like the SAT and the
ACT had to be planned and which
schools were attractive. By this time,
most of the juniors had their driver's
license and were much more respon-
sive and mature than in previous
years so most parents gave their chil-
dren more freedom and indepen-
dence. One thing all juniors had in
common was looking forward to
getting through the year and having
a terrific senior year.
Debbie Podmore looks as if she is enjoying her year as a junior.
Cecilia Miller, Matt Lemieux and Darlene Baird find that science can
be fun during their junior year.
Patricia Cox seems content that everything is going well during her
Greg Higham, Carrie Morris, Terry De Panicis and Pete Joyce enjoyed
each other's company at Homecoming '92.
Shawn Mowell, Mary Wein and Jeremy
Wojdak are looking forward to their years after
graduating from EucUd.
Jason Pope, Anthony Springer, Kevin Tyree
and Mike Yurcich are probably thinking about
what the future will present to them.
"I feel that it is exciting to be
here this year and I think there
is a lot of things to do, a lot of
activities to do. I think this is
the funiest year that you can
have in high school... a lot of
things are going on. just learn-
ing new things." j
Jeff Granito is pleased to be at Euclid High School.
Joseph Bailey III
Evand Birkett III
Tiffany J Clark
Ralph Cosiano Jr.
John David III
Donald De Boe
Teni De Panicis
Tracey De Panicis
Julie Di Bartolomeo
Christopher Di Biase
Dr. Steve Sroka talks to Euclid students about A.I.D.SI
On Tuesday. November 17, a
[special assembly was held in
Euclid's Auditorium after
Homeroom in which Dr. Steve Sroka.
a professor from Cleveland State Uni-
versity, talked about A.I.D.S. He pre-
sented many of the facts and myths
about the disease in a quick-paced,
humorous and down-to-earth manner
that was enjoyed by all. Since A.I.D.S.
is increasing at such an alarming rate,
it was important for the students to
hear all the facts about that sickness.
His information was well received and
he was given a hearty round of ap-
plause when he concluded.
"Although in Euclid the fac-
tor is not much seen, A.I.D.S.
is something everyone has to
woiry about for the sake of the
Dr. Steve Sroka presenting his material to the
Rebecca Bectitel answering a question posed by
Dr. Sroka during the assembly and winning a ten
Some of the students that attended the assembly
concerned with A.I.D.S.
Everyone is going to have to be careful when it
comes to preventing the spread of A.I.D.S.
Anthony M Dooley
James Driscoll Jr.
P Neal Jayne
Stacy La China
Altonio Mc Cants
Dina Mc Closkey
Jason Mc Creight
Sean Mc Guckin
Christopher Mc Kay
Justin Mc Kee
Michael Mc Neill
Michael J Montgomery
Alphonzo Phillips Jr.
Nathaniel Phillips II
Wilson Rogers Jr.
One of the most important things
that went through the minds of
juniors was concerned with
what they would be doing after gradu-
ation from high school. Many Euclid
students intended to go on to higher
education which meant thinking about
all the requirements for college. Tak-
ing college preparatory courses began
before the junior year but the two big
preliminary college entrance tests, the
P.S.A.T. and the P.A.C.T. could be
taken during the junior year in prepara-
tion for what was required for seniors.
Many juniors visited colleges in order
to familiarize themselves with some
aspects of college life.
"As a junior you get more
authority, people start to re-
spect you . . .you aie looking for-
ward to college and a career
and what all you will want to
juniors begin theil
Cecilia MiHer, Matt
Lemieux and Stacy
Meden know the ad van-
tages of higher educa-
tion and are planning
their future by research-
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Matt Lucas, Steve
Kulcsar and Tracy
Boyarsky getting some
college information from
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Euclid students got information about future choices from
assemblies in the Auditorium.
Marsha Appling and Isaac Bonner are taking chemistry to help
prepare themselves for college.
"Even though college is a year
and a half away, our preparation
has already started. The PS AT and
PACT tests are preparing us for
the diligent studies we will en-
counter in college. Being a junior,
I am really looking forward to the
experiences ahead of me. I think
college will be an exciting adven-
Terese M Schneider
Melanie Shippitka, Steve Zahuisky
and Carl Bartlett really enjoyed them-
selves during the Homecoming dance.
Andrea Haselbusch, Helena Oroz,
Tim Banach and Mike Gorman work-
ing hard to determine the molecular
weight of a volatile liquid.
Doug Torzewski and Jason Petrasko
waiting for their computer class to be-
Ebony S Taylor
Adam Van Ho
Amy Von Sick
144 ^. , .
The class of '93 waited thirteen years
to get to where they were. They
endured all the hardships that
students had to go through to get to that
point of their lives where they graduated
from high school. For some high school
would be the end of their formal education,
but for most this was just the beginning of
an educational process that would continue
for the rest of their lives.
146 > Senior Divider
The senior class ib one Ih.U ddincs motio
Maria D'Amico and Alana Roberts wen |
part of the Marching Band that supplied
of motion to the football games. I
Mark Kwiatkowski, on the other hand, 1 1
his motion severely diminished during tl
Cleveland Heights game when he strains j
his knee and missed much of the season.
le members of the Marching Band supphed much motion to the tootball games.
ian Newsome would use the motion of his car to get to school each day.
hn Kobe, Brian Francetic and Dan Carlton discussing where they will be going after class.
leshuan Jernigan catching a pass and about to go into motion.
Chrissy Zivnoska and Eric Carlson welcome you
to the class of '93.
Carol Dacar, Hannah Davis, Bekka Bechtel and
Anne King were helpers for the football team.
148 > Seniors
Kristen A. Akos Christopher Alexander Jae Anios
Tonia Ashurst Lisa Aspinwall
Roxanne M. Babic
Tamika Bailey Thanyhan Banks
Anthony Beletic De Launda Benjamin Jennifer Berry
Virginia Busli Monica Stephanie Cable Catherine Caine
150 > Seniors
most seniors enjoyed Euclid Higli School
A poll was taken of all
whether or not they
enjoyed their years at Euclid
High School. There were over
one hundred responses. The
students said that they en-
joyed their years at Euclid by
more than a 2 to 3 margin and
only a little more than 10%
said they didn't enjoy them.
Have you enjoyed your years
at Euclid High School?
Joyce Ashman seems to be really enjoying her meal in the cafeteria.
Raeshuan Jemigan is thinking about all the wonderful times that he had while at Euclid
,' No (11.9%)
Does that compute?
Euclid students are accustomed to computer
Are you afraid of computers?
Yes (5.9%) Maybe (9.9%)
Dan Carlton learning how to type on a computer.
Meredith Mihalic showing that computers can be fun.
Chrissie Mlac and Cathy Caine learning how to input data in a
program on the MS-DOS machines.
Euclid High School has many
different types of computers
that the students can learn to
use. The Macintosh lab allows stu-
dents to learn the intricacies of desk
top publishing while labs with ma-
chines running MS-DOS programs
enable students to learn about busi-
ness practices. Because of that, when
asked if they were afraid of comput-
ers, almost 85% of the seniors said
that they weren't.
Eric M. Carlson
Nancy M. Certic
Rachel Chitwood Mark Chmielewski Shannon Chrestoff
Shannon Christen Olympia Christides John Cimperman Carrie A. Clark Quasheba Cleveland
Maria Lvnn D'Amico
Jennifer A. Daly
Mark Del Monte
Andrew Derezic Michelle Derganc
Jennifer L. Dineen
Chad A. Dixon
Keyonna Dominique Peter Dornai
Erika M. Drake De Moulh Dudley
Chad G. Dulla
Eugene Dycks Eric Dysart
154 > Seniors
Andrew Ehrhardt Tosha M. Elliot Jean Marie Eneper
Matthew Fifolt Latrina Foster
Mark Fuduric Quanita Gage
Christie Gallon Timothy Gannon
most students don't wear expensive shoes
Have you ever paid more than
S1 00 for a pair of athletic shoes?
Some students felt
that the price of
their shoes was an
indication of how impor-
tant they were, but most
students at EucUd (almost
75% of them) were content
to wear athletic shoes that
cost less than $100.
The cheerleaders all wore the same kind of shoes
to sho^v their unity.
JImmie Lake coming off the field after the defense
got the ball back for the offense. His shoes were
the usual cleated type that was useful on natural
Debra Gustafson Stacy Gustafson
Lesley Hamilton Eileen M. Hannan Tammv Harmon
Larrv Harris jr.
Monique Hayes Michael Hawthorne
Bryan Hodge Miriam S. Hohs
Arnaud Jacob Dawn Marie Jerele Raeshuan Jernigan
Christine Zeigler Johnson Lanesha Johnson Lillian Johnson Amont Jones
Robbin Jones Shantai Jones Angela Marie Jorz Benjamin Juengel Monique L. Jurgense
158 > Seniors
This is only a test
most students think tests are necessary
Y'^ou heard it all the time.
"Oh no, not another test?"
Everyone always com-
plained about having to take
tests but only about one third of
the seniors thought that tests
were unnecessary and most of
them felt that they were neces-
sary to get a fair evaluation of
Do you think tests are necessary?
Denice Virant understands the value of studying
for tests so that she can do as well as possible.
Anita Zajec and Roxanne Babic are working hard
in class to achieve as much as possible.
In order to accomplish anything it is very
important to practice. In class you learn to practice
what you will need on the evaluations.
most students do not study very much for tests*
Did you ever study
more than thirty minutes for a test?
Gary Dwyer and Mario Durant take their books to class so they
can have an idea of what to study for the tests.
Joe Mc Crone seems to be counting the time that he has been
studying while Brian Bush enjoys what is going on in class.
National Merit Semi-Finalist, Mike Gating spends much more
than 30 minutes studying for tests.
HOW much studying was
really done by Euclid
students for their tests?
Many people talk about how hard
a certain class was but a poll of
seniors showed that almost half
of them never studied more than
30 minutes for a test. If someone
was trying to pass a class, they
should spend more than 30 min-
utes studying for the tests.
160 > Seniors
Fred Karaba Anne Elizabeth King
Monolito King Stephanie Knirnschild Lynda Knistautas John C. Kobe Timothy Kohansky
Mark Kwiatkowski Jimmie Lake Jr.
Jeremy Lange Matthew Lanzaretta Eric Lawrence
Michael P. C. Lee
Susan Lishing Patrick Longbrake J:
Jozefina Mance Ellen A. Mansperger Carla Marcelli Samuel Marchuk Melissa MarinelH
Tatiana Samantha Marteletti Bonika R. Martin Kelly Marunowski Tony Marusic Jennie C. Masek
162 \ Seniors
James Masterson Maggie Maurer Thomas Mc Cluskey Joseph Mc Crone Shannon Mc Duffie
lichael John Mc Guinnes Jewvon Mc Michael Dawn Medved
Maureen Meyers Meredith Ann Mihahc Christine Minich Chandrielle Mitchell Monesha Shenee Mitchell
Christie A. Mlac Patti Mogyorody Julie Montagner
students use library as a resource center
Do you use the library regularly?
Tlhe library was an excel
lent place for both study
and as a source of mate-
rials for research projects.
However, only about one-third
of the seniors who were polled
said that they used the library
regularly. This was a shame
since the library was such a
good place to procure needed
btudents could have used the library to complete many of the
assignments that Mr. Bleich made .
Emeiliza Brown and Kim Bischof often studied in the library
since it was quiet and offered a place to get needed informa-
Mrs. Torzewski was always around to help students who were
Hallie Morrison Martin Moushey Wendy Myles
Christopher Norton Kenneth Novak
Mehssa Ann Parey Katherine A. Patterson Nicole Patterson Damon Patton
Michael Petterson Jennifer Picozzi
Sean J. Popovic
F. Jason Pursley
Robert Reichert Adam Reichman Wendy Lea Richmond
166 > Seniors
most of Euclid's students have pets at home
Taking care of an animal
was an excellent way to
learn responsibility. When
asked if they had a pet, more than
half (55%) of Euclid's seniors
responded that they did. This, of
course, did not mean that they
were responsible for taking care
of the animal but at least they
were in a situation where the af-
fection of the animal was felt.
Do you have a pet?
Melissa Parey and Patty
Mogyorody are out on the
field looking for living things
in the grass.
Chyrese Boyd, Lisa
Derganc, Jennifer Brizes,
Amy Heuer, Jennifer Simenc,
Dawn Medved and Robyn
Barwidi in Biology II since
they want to learn more about
Dan Carlton and his friends
still eat meat even though
they know that the meat
comes from living things.
Accidents will happen
but many teenagers are careful drivers
Have you ever
caused a 1
three or more car accident?
Monique Jurgensen, Alice Ferenac, Meg
Wolchko and Jenny Wolchko are happy to
make it to school without having an accident.
Patty Cox, Helen Abramovic, Todd Shuskey,
Dan Burke and Ben Carroll moving out of their
car and ready to go to classes.
The smiling faces of Chuck Patterson, Ben
Mooney, Nick Seifried and Katie Patterson
show that they enjoyed their safe ride to school.
Getting your license was one of
the highlights of every teen
agers life. This allowed
greater independence for both parents
and students. Often the lack of experi-
ence, the desire to flaunt their mobil-
ity or the fact they were driving under
the influence of drugs or alcohol has
led to many automobile accidents.
Seniors were polled as to whether
they had ever caused a three or more
car accident. Luckily, only a few (6%)
said that they had.
Amanda Rowe Melissa A. Rvchlik
Joseph M. Salopek
lames Sas Lauren Marie Scheurman Dustin Schulz
Imberly Swearingen Vincent Sztul Jill Christine Taplin Mark A. Taylor
IL- '■ - ,«. ,^-, Ul.iJiiBHlMWI^pH
Darryl L. Thompson Rebecca E. Thompson Shawn C. Thompson James Timm
Frank Tomaro Monica Tomazic Michael Toth Scott Trimmer
Joanne C. Turek
In trouble again?
are disciplinary measures too strict?'
Do you believe that discipline
is too strict at Euclid IHigh School?
In a survey of seniors, the
question, " Do you believe
that disciphne is too strict
at EucHd High school?" was
asked. Only a little more than
40% believed that discipline
was not too strict. This year's
addition of new security guards
helped to maintain order
throughout the school.
Most of Euclid's students are trying to get an education and are hard
working young adults and are not discipline problems.
John Kobe is certainly not a discipline problem as he stands outside his
172 > Seniors
Su Yong U
Kathleen A. Walsh
Caphecia Walton Melanie Wargo
Jennifer Wolchko j
Jennifer Wolenski Kathleen Young Anita M. Zajec Mariana S. Zdrilic Terry Zevnik
Christine Zivnoska James Biggom
Christy Cochneaur Tremaine Harris
John Burnette Kenneth Davidson Christian Furlong
174 \ Seniors
Every effort was made to take pictures of all seniors. The
photographers came in at the beginning of September
and then came back several weeks later. Despite this,
some seniors did not get their pictures taken. In some
cases we used pictures from previous years but the fol-
lowing people are not pictured. Christopher Donato,
Aaron Graley, Christopher Przybysz, Robert Roll,
Mark Strbac, Michael Ward, and A. Mark West.
Jennifer Brizes, Jean Enneper and Michelle Derganc showing
how much fun it is to be a senior in the cafeteria.
Cathy Caine, Melissa Powalie and Bridie Carroll also enjoying
Joyce Ashman, Patty Mogyorody, Melissa Parey, Katie Patterson
and Crissy Zivnoska enjoying themselves in the Band Room
Crime and punishment
most seniors say discipline is not biasedl
Do you believe minorities are
Raeshuan Jemigan and Maggie Maurer
enjoying tliemselves in class.
Seniors ^^^ students seem to be having a good time
The Euclidian staff asked the
seniors whether they beheved
that minorities were punished
differently from other students. Less
than 30% of the seniors thought that
they were. Polls were sent to every
senior, however, only a little more than
one hundred were returned. Since
there were more than three hundred
seniors this meant that two-thirds of
the seniors did not take part in the poll.
Most of the seniors that did not re-
spond were minorities.
-Tati Martiletti, Janet Fonovic, Jessica Kochis
Todd Shuskey and Eric Dysart looking over their notes during
practice in the choral room.
Students working hard in class.
Elf Day gives seniors a chance to raise money for prom
Many people asked, 'What
was the meaning of Se
was Senior Elf Day for?' Well.
Senior Elf Day was a way for se-
niors to raise money to lower the
cost of prom bids . It has been around
for many yeai's and occurred on the
last day of school before winter
vacation. Seniors sold tickets to
any other students or faculty mem-
ber. Once all tickets were sold,
each senior picked one ticket and
the person's name on the ticket was
the Santa and the senior was the
elf. The elf followed the Santa
around during the day and did
chores for the Santa. It was an
enjoyable time for all involved.
Some of the seniors participating in Senior Elf
Chrissy Zivnoska and Patti Sheck
Linda Turchik and Stacy Gustafson
Julie Montagner, Mike Lee and Jim Sas
Carrie Belavich, Bob Lemieux and Michele
Maria D'Amico, Katie Patterson and Ellen
Seniors in motion
many seniors were involved in extracurricular activities
Tlime spent in class was a very im
portant time for ail students at Euclid
High School. But just spending time
in class was not enough to get a well
rounded education. Many students par-
ticipated in extracurricular activities while
they were at Euclid. Here is a list that the
seniors turned in as their extracurricular
activities while attending Euclid.
Amy Von Sick and Eric Cantini
were two seniors that were in-
volved in many extracurricular ac-
tivities. Both were in Student Coun-
cil and helped organize senior ac-
Kristen A. Akos: VoUeybaU 9,10; Softball 9; Office Ruirner 9,10,1 1 ,12; S. A.D.D. l:
Lou Armaro: Baseball 9; Wrestlirig 10; Indoor Track 11,12.
Joyce Ashman: Marchiiig Band 9,10,11,12, Squad leader 12; Concert Band
9,10,11,12; Key Club 9,10,11,12; Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12; Survey 9,10,12, Reporter
Christopher Robert Atlas: Student Council 9,10,11,12; Cross Country 9,10,11,12,
Captain 12; Indoor Track 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12,
Captain 12; Euclidian 12.
Roxanne M. Babic: Orchestra 9,10,11; Band 11; Science Olympiad 10; Survey 11;
Solo and Ensemble Contest 11.
Angee Bailey: Softball 9,10,11; Drama 10.
Joey Behrens: Holiday Play 10; Model U. N. 10,12;
Chyrese Boyd: Flag Corps 1 1,12; Executive Board 10,12, Sophomore Representa-
tive, Senior Representative; S.A.D.D. 12.
Jennifer Brizes: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; Volleyball 9,10.
Kelly Brown: Survey 11,12.
Crissy Bunn: Softball 9,10,12; Athletic Office Aide 9,10,11,12.
Daniel Burke: Marching Band 9,10; Concert Band 9,10; Commencment Band
9,10; Senior Talent Show 10,11,12; Office Aide 9,10; Soccer 9,10,11,12; Wrestling
9,10; Big Show 9,10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; Chess Club 9; Model U.N.
Virginia Bush: Cross Country 9,10,11; Track 9,10,11,12; Indoor Track 9,10,11,12.
Monica Stephanie Cable: Library Aid 9,10,11; Track Aid 9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor
10,11,12; Office Aid 10,11,12; National Honor Society 11,12; Lab Helper 12.
Eric M. Carlson: Soccer 9; Marching Band 9,10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 10,12; Big ;
Mike Gating: National Honor Society 11,12; Peer Tutor 9,10,11,12; Acedemic
Challenge 9,10,11,12; Jets 11.
Nancy M. Certic: Wrestling Aid 9,10; Peer Tutor 10, 12; Close Up 10,1 1; Soccer 11 .
Christine Ann Cesa: Chorahers 9; Choral Masters 10,11,12; Big Show 9,10,11,12;
Key Club 12; S.A.D.D. 12.
Olympia Christides: Close Up 10,11; Orchestra 9,10,11,12, President 11; Wres-
tling Aid 9,10; National Honors Society 11,12; Student Council 12; S.A.D.D. 12;
Peer Tutoring 12; Soccer 11; Office Rurmer 12.
Mario Covic: Soccer 9,10,11,12, Co-captain 10, Captain 12; AFS 12.
Jennifer A. Daly: Student Council 9; Cross Country 10,11,12; Indoor Track
9,10,11; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12.
Maria Lyiui D'Amico: Key Club 9,10,11,12, Sophomore Rep. 10, Treasurer 11,
President 12; Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10, Section Leader 12; Big
Show 9,10,1 1,12; Hohday Play 1 1; Varsity Chorale 12; Choral Masters 11; Concert
Band 9,10,11,12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10; AFS 11,12; Student Council 9;
Morning Announcers 12; National Honor Society 11,12; Survey 9,11,12, Ad^
Manager 12; Yearbook 12; Volleyball 9; Band Council 9,12, Freshman Rep. 9,
Senior Rep. 12; Corrunencement Band 9,10,11; Homecoming Assembly Band '
11,12; Swim Timer 11.
Matt Davis: Hockey 9,10,11,12; Baseball 9,10; Student Council 12.
Michelle Derganc: Office Aide 9,10,11,12; VoUeyball 9,10; Softball 9,10,11,12.
Kevin Dietz: Survey 11.
Jennifer L. Dineen: Cheerleading 9; Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; Student CounciL
12, Executive Board 12; Morning Armouncers 12; Big Show 9,10,11, Dance.
Captain 11; Office Runner 12.
Chad A. Dixon: BasebaU 9; DCT 12.
Erika M. Drake: Outdoor Track 9,11,12; Hag Corps 10,11,12; Student Council
10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 12.
Chad G. DuUa: Football 9,10; Baseball 9; Indoor Track 9.
Fosha M. Elliot: Track 9,10,11; AFS 11,12; Student Council 9,10,11.
fean Marie Enneper: Volleyball 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Basketball 9,10,11,12; Soft-
oall 9; National Honor Society 11,12; Model U. N. 10; S.A.D.D. 12; Peer Tutor 12;
Dffice Aide 9,10,11.
\Iice Ferenac: Track Manager 10; National Honor Society 11,12; Office Aide
10,11,12; Euclidian 12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Key Club 11.
Ferra Froom: S.A.D.D. 12.
Christie Gallon: Office Aide 9; Peer Tutor 9,10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 11,12.
Lesley Hamilton: Flag Corps 9,10,11, Co-Captain 11; Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; Big
Eileen M. Hannan: Tennis 10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 11,12; Big Show 10; Peer Tutor 12.
Amy Heuer: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 11,12, President 12; National Honor
Miriam S. Hohs: VoUeyball 9,10,11,12; Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12.
Arnaud Jacob: Fencing 9; Rugby 11.
Dawn Marie Jerele: Football Cherleader 9,10,11,12; Basketball Cheerleader
9,10,11,12, Captain 12.
Christine Zeigler-Johnson: Choir 11.
LaNesha Johnson: Student Council 12.
Ayonna Daquan Suttles Jones: Track 10,11,12; Girl's Basketball Aide 11; Student
Council 12; Office Aide 12.
Robbin Jones: Student Council 9,10,11,12, Executive Board 12; S.A.D.D. 12; Chess
9; Survey 9,12.
Shanatai Jones: Track 9,12.
Angela Marie Jorz: Soccer 9; Track 9.
Monique L. Jurgensen: Student Council 9; Soccer 11; S.A.D.D. 12.
Cormie Kadras: Cheerleader 9,10,12.
David Kale: Eucuyo 10,11,12; Survey 12.
Anne Elizabeth King: Football Trainer 9,10,12; Soccer 11; Wrestling Aide 9,10;
National Honor Society 11,12, President 12; Choral Masters 10,11; Varsity Chorale
11,12; Close-Up 10,11; S.A.D.D. 12; Clinic Aide 11.
John C. Kobe: Marching Band 9,10,11; Concert Band 9,10,11; National Honor
Society 11,12; Peer Tutoring 10,11,12.
Tim Kohansky: Hockey 9,10,11,12; Homeroom Rep. 9,10.
Lynda Knistautas: Volleyball 9,10; S.A.V.E. 11,12.
Mark Kovacevich: Baseball 9,10,11,12; Football 9,10; Basketball 9,10.
Jimmie Lake Jr.: Football 11,12; Wrestling 9,10,11,12, Tri-Captain 11.
Jeremy Lange: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Tennis 9,10,11,12; Model U. N. 10,11,12; Survey
9,10,11; Eucuyo 10; National Honor Society 11,12.
Michale P. C. Lee: Basketball 9,10,11,12; National Honor Society 11,12, Vice
President 12: S.A.D.D. 12; Student Council 12.
Robert Lemieux: Hockey 9,10,11,12, Captain 11,12; Track 9,10,11,12; Morning
Anouncers 12; Homecoming King 12.
Patrick Longbrake Jr.: Cross Country 11, 12; Track 11,12.
April Luikart: Track 9; Flag Corps 9; Chess Club 9; Student Council 11; Office Aide
9,1 0,1 1 ,12; Key Club 9; Marching Band 12; Spring Play 1 0; Holiday Play 10,1 1 ; HeUo
Dolly 11; Big Show 10.
Amanda Luke: Choir 9; Survey 9,10; Close-Up 10,11; Soccer 11; National Honor
Society 11,12; S.A.D.D. 12; Peer Tutor 12.
Ellen A. Mansperger: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10,12, Librarian
11,12; Jazz Band 10,11; Concert Band 9; Symphonic Band 10; Concert Symphonic
Band 11,12; Commencement Band 10,11; Key Club 9,11; Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12,
Costume Director 10,11; A.F.S. 11,12; Teacher's Aide 10; Peer Tutor 10,11; Eucuyo
11; Big Show Pit Band 1 1 ; Euclidian 1 2; National Honor Society 11,12; Homecoming
Band 10,11,12; Library Aide 9,10,11,12.
Cari Majercik: DECA 11,12; Softball 12.
new program gives students a
chance to see jobs in action
Do you know what you want to do with
the rest of your life? That's okay,
neitherdo a lot of Euclid High School
students. Or you may have an idea, but.. .is it
the right idea? A new program. Career Explo-
rations, attempted to help students answer
those questions and others concerning their
career choices in the future by offering them
real, on-the-job experience now. The program
involved 72 students, grades 9-12, who took
part in a one-week internship over Spring
Break with someone involved in the career
field of their choice. Mrs. Deborah Rudder,
whose office was located in the career office,
put much time and effort into helping students
decide on internships, and eventually setting
them up. Among the jobs shadowed were
doctors, politicians, engineers, journalists,
businessmen, accountants, and one student
worked with a producer of artificial limbs. The
program proved to be quite insightful, and
hopefully it aided many students in their search
for the right career.
Kathleen Graham, Michael Gating, Dan Carlton
and David Kale conversing with Rick Novickis
who talked about the Cuyahoga County Board of
tlealth at a Career Exploration meeting in the Fall.
seniors picked teachers that
gave the most homework
The seniors were polled as to which
teachers gave the most homework.
The name that appeared the most
was Mr. Jeff Hartman. Close beliind was
Mrs. Bette Schmeling and Mr. Dennis
Turkall. Many others were mentioned
but most did not get more than one or two
Anne King, Melissa Wilson, Sue Skrab cind
Tracy Boyarsky working on their homework.
Jim Masterson, Chad DuUa and Mike Mc
Guinness planning on doing their homework.
Holly Slaybaugh, Jill Taplin, Maggie Maurer and
Liz Slogar getting ready to do their homework
after decorating the cafeteria.
Tatiana Samantha F. Marteletti: Basketball 9,12; Soccer 10; Track 10,11,12; AFE,
9,10,11,12, Secretary 10, Presideitt 12.
Tony Marusic: Soccer 9,10,11,12.
Bonika R. Martin: Basketball 10,11,12.
Jennie C. Masek: DECA 11,12; S.A.D.D. 11,12.
Maggie Maurer: S.A.D.D. 12; Student Council 12; Choral Masters 10,11,12; Euclid-'
Joseph Mc Crone: Football 9,10; Baseball 9,10,11,12; Golf 12; National Honoi
Michael John Mc Guinness: Model U. N. 12; APS 12; Big Show 10; Euclidian 12,
Office Aide 9,10,11,12.
Dawn Medved: Tennis 10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11,12; S.A.V.E. 9,10,11,12.
Danno Meros: Wrestliiig 10,11,12.
Maureen Meyers: Office Aide 12; Peer Tutor 12.
Meredith Ann Mihalic: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10; SoftbaU 9,10,11,12
Christine Minich: Softball 10; Choir 11,12; Peer Tutor 11.
Christie A. Mlac: Wresthng Aide 9; Swim Team 11.
Patti Mogyorody: Flag Corps 9,10,11,12; Big Show 11; Varsity Chorale 11,12;
Choral Masters 10,11.
Ray Morris: Hockey 9,10,11,12; Baseball 9,10; Tennis 11,12.
Wendy Myles: Office Aide 9,10,1 1 ,12; Outdoor Track 9,10; Varsity Chorale 1 0,1 1 ,12.
Mike Nagy: Baseball 9; Indoor Track 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 10,11,12.
Laura Nickell: Cheerleader 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Office Aide 9,12.
Melissa AnnParey:Swim Team 9,10,11,12; FlagCorpslO,ll,12,Captainll,12;Wai
Napolo 11,12; Key Club 11,12, Secretary-Treasurer 12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Big
Katherine A. Patterson: Big Show 11; Swim Team 9,10; Key Club 11,12, Board ol
Directors 12; Flag Corps 11,12; Student Council 9.
Wendy Lea Richmond: Cross Country 10,11; Euclidian 12.
Melissa A. Rychlik: Office Aide 11,12.
Kim Sabel: Swimming 10,11,12; Cross Country 10,11; Choir 11,12.
Andrew Sadler: Tennis 9; Baseball 10.
Joseph M. Salopek: Football 9; Golf 12.
Lauren Marie Scheurman: Band 9,10; Cheerleading 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Wai
Napolo 9,10,1 1,12, President 12, Senior Show Director 1 1 ,12, Historian 9, Treasurer
Victor Seper: Hockey 9,10,11; Swimming 12.
Bryan Shantery: DECA 11,12; Swimmmg 9,10.
Ron Siedler: Basketball 9,10,11; Baseball 9,10,11,12; Golf 10,11,12.
Nathan Siplock: Survey 12; Chnic Aide 11,12.
Suzanne Skrab: Volleyball 9,10,11; EucUdian 12; S.A.D.D. 12.
Holly Slaybaugh: Choral Masters 9,10,11; S.A.D.D. 12, Peer Tutor 12, Student
Elizabeth K. Slogar: Student Council 9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor 11,12; National Honor
Society 11,12; Euclidian 12.
Josip Mate Sterl: Teraiis 11,12; Stuvey 12.
Bonnie A. Struna: Basketball 9,10,11,12.
Jill Christine Taplin: Girl's Chorus 9; Choral Masters 10, Peer Tutor 10,11,12,
S.A.D.D. 12; Student Council 12.
Mark A. Taylor: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 10,11.
Shawn Thomas: Soccer 10,11,12.
Rebecca E. Thompson: Soccer 11; Softball 9,10,11; Close-Up 11; S.A.D.D. 12.
Shawn C. Thompson: Football 12; Wrestling 12; Track 12.
Scott Trimmer: Track 10.
Shawn Tucker: Basketball 9.
Ivy C. Turner: Track 9,10.
Gabrielle Ursich: Softball 9,12.
Kathleen A. Walsh: VoUeybaU 9,10,11; Ski Club 9. Survey 11,12; Track 9.
Bob Welch: Basketball 9; Football 9,10,11; DECA 12.
Jason Woide: Soccer 9,11,12; Office Aide 9,10,11,12.
lazz group from Karamu performed a multicultural celebration
fennifer Wolchko: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 12; Wai Napolo
10,11,12, Treasurer 11, Vice President 12; Key Club 11, Junior Rep. 11; National
Honor Society 11,12; Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Survey 9,10; Peer Tutor 10,11,12;
Anita M. Zajec: AFS 12; Office Aide 12.
Mariana S. Zdrilic: Swimming 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12; AFS 10,11,12; Office Aide
a,12; Student Council 12; S.A.D.D. 12.
On December 10, 1992 in the Little
Theater during the third period
some Euclid students were
treated to a multicultural celebration put
on by a Jazz Trio from the Karamu The-
ater. The group consisted of vocalists,
Tommie Mathis and Felicia Landry,
lessee Dandy on bass and Dianna White
on piano. They performed selections from
the production "Ain't Misbehavin"" in-
cluding "Honeysuckle Rose". "That Ain't
Right" and "Ain't Misbehavin'". At the
conclusion of the performance several
students from the audience were invited
to the stage to sing along with the per-
formers which made for a really enjoy-
able time for all. Some students attended
workshops held after the perfomiance.
during which the 1 ife and music of Thomas
'Fats' Waller was discussed.
The Little Theater was filled to capacity with stu-
dents who enjoyed the performance.
Above: Tommie Mathis and Felicia Landry per-
Left: Lynnette Mitchell, Keyonna Dominique and
Isaac Bonner came up from the audience to sing
along with the Trio.
seniors disclose some of tlieir unforgettable times at Euclid
anv memorable moments stood out
m the minds of the class of 1 993. Here
re some of those times related bv the
Angee Bailey remembered when Mr. Ra-
icevich gave her the 3rd degree on her first
Nancy Certic remembered when she would sit
in 1 0th grade English and make fun of the poet
Wendy Myles remembered when Scott
Meyers gave her an engagement ring at Home-
coming Dance during the song, Alum/s.
Bob Lemieux remembered when Matt Davis
got called bv the police because his license
plate number was taken while turning on fire
Joe Mc Crone remembered when he went
golfing with Tim Brokaw and Tim Kohanski
and Tim Kohanski threw 4 clubs into the lake
and broke a 5th one.
Matt Davis remembered when he and Tim
Kohanski picked up a hitch hiker who was
reallv weird and smelled, and they messed
with him and threw him out of the car some-
where in Willoughby.
Kim Sabel remembered when Linda Bradley
fell down the steps and had to be carried away
in a wheel chair.
Tatiana Marteletti remembered when Mrs.
Lucas couldn't sav her name correctly.
Meredith Mihalic remembered when Michelle
Derganc, Julie Pekol, Jean Enneper and her
went out to lunch during her freshman year
and thought they were getting away with it,
and thought they were so sneaky, but were
caught bv three teachers trying to sneak back
Danno Meros remembered when Ken Rose
went to turn off the gas in chemistry class with
a lit match and caught his sweater on fire.
Bonika Martin remembered when we cried
together and laughed together and matured
Alice Ferenac remembered when Euclid had
Jennie Masek remembered when she went
out for lunch all the time without getting caught.
Kevin Dietz remembered when Mr. Von
Benken exploded a condom in chemistry class.
April Luikart, Wendy Richmond, Maggie
Maurer and many others remembered the
many times when the students were outside
because of fire drills and bomb scares.
Lisa Aspinwall, Jennifer Brizes, Beka Bechtel,
Jean Enneper, Michelle Derganc, Monica Cable
and Amy Heuer had a lot of fond memories of
Matt Davis, Marty Moushey, Stacie Evans and
Eric Cantini were involved in many activities at
I Melissa Powalie, Denise Virant, Stacie Evans
I and Bob Lemieux like to sit around and discuss
the many memorable events that occurred dur-
' ing their years at EucUd.
I Tatiana Marteletti helped to make memories by
t working on the yearbook.
high school life has had it's share of embarrassing times for many seniors
% ^"any events happen that people find em
j\ /I barrassing. The members of the class of
L ▼ J.1993 were asked about things that oc-
urred to them that they found embarrassing. Here
re some of their responses.
[athy Walsh was embarrassed when she got
ranched with Dr. Pepper by Mr. Walsmith.
Christopher Atlas was embarrassed when he was
lessing around in lab and froze a super ball in
quid nitrogen and threw it down and it broke apart
nd one of the pieces broke the fluorescent light in
le chemistry lab and Mr. Von Benken got mad at
Iric Carlson was embarrassed when he was in
ruys and Dolls and it was opening night and one of
le buttons on his pants popped off and he was on
tage trying to hold his pants up.
ionnie Struna was embarrassed when Monica
'omazic puller her shorts down during basketball
ractice in 1 1th grade.
•awn Jerele was embarrassed when she was a
'eshman cheerleader and they went to state compe-
tion in Columbus and their "wonderful' squad
ame in tenth place out of ten squads.
laniel Burke was embarrassed when he fell down
le bleachers at a big pep rally and the whole school
lughed because his pants fell down.
lario Covic was embarrassed when he fell out of
is chair as he was leaning back during the PSAT
can Enneper was embarrassed when Denice
'irant and Jennifer Brizes depanced her to her
nkles walking back from gym class.
ennife Brizes was embarrassed when she spilled
Dmething on her shirt and was mad and yelled
Look at me !" and pointed to her shirt. Mr. Pasquale
/as right next to her and thought she was telling
veryone to look at her chest. He never has let her
Carrie Ostrander was embarrassed when she lost
er shorts going up the stairs.
ames Timmons was embarrassed when his pants
;11 down in class.
Christine Minich was embarrassed when she first
ame to Euclid and didn't know her way around and
/ent to use the bathroom and accidently walked
ito the men's restroom thinking it was the women's
lelissa Parey was embarrassed when in 1 0th grade
lie had to load 1 6 show flags onto the equipment
Tick. As she lifted them up to put on the truck they
11 fell on top of her and she had to march with a
lack eye and a fat lip.
Chad Dulla was embarrassed when he was running
2ally late for school and got dressed and ran out of
le house and realized he forgot to put pants on and
ad locked himself out.
lark Taylor was embarrassed when he got hit in
le face with a cymbal thrown by Ken Rose.
lolly Slaybaugh was embarrassed when she was
leaving Senior Talent Night with some friends
during her sophomore year and her friend yelled out
the window to the guy she liked that 1 wanted to
jump him and all his friends were there and every-
one in the lot heard her.
Jennifer Wolchko was embarrassed when she got
up from her seat in French 111 and was stuck to
Maria D'Amico was embarrassed when she was
performing in Hello Dolly and she tripped and fell
backwards and pulled her partner down with her.
Jennifer Daly was embaiTassed when she tripped
at a cross-country meet.
Miriam Hohs was embarrassed when she tripped
and fell at a home volleyball game as she entered the
Mike Mc Guinness was embarrassed when he
jumped out a window with Dan Burke and Kevin
Granito from a class where Mr. Buanno v\as
substituting. They ran to Mr. Pignatiello's room
and got caught.
Jason Woide was embarrassed when he hooked up
the Bunsen burner to the water line instead of the
gas line in chemistry class and water shot out of the
Nancy Certic was embarrassed when she tried
some of that self tanning lotion and came to school
the next day looking really awful.
Dawn Medved was embarrassed when she went
around tripping people and she almost caused a kid
to crack his head open.
Joyce Ashman was embarrassed when she tossed
her cookies at the first football game this year.
Bob Lemieux was embarrassed when he was a
freshman at the beginning of a hockey game and
they called his name and he skated out to the blue
line, tripped and knocked down 2 of his teammates.
Also when he was a sophomore he was playing
basketball in homeroom and ran by the chalkboard
and his pants got caught and they were ripped off.
Kim Sable was embarrassed when she was new on
the swim team and she walked in the visiting guys
locker room and someone was getting undressed.
Tatiana Marteletti was embarrassed when as a
freshman she could not turn on the library computer
and two guys came to help and she still didn't
understand how to turn it on.
Meredith Mihalic was embarrassed when she fell
asleep in the middle of the gym floor during basket-
ball practice her sophomore year.
Bonika Martin was embarrassed when she went to
a haunted house and was so scared she went to the
bathroom in her clothes.
The most common embarrassing situation occurs
when a person trips going up or down stairs. Jennie
Masek, Linda Bradley, Virginia Bush, Kevin
Dietz, Ron Siedler, Jill Taplin, Kim S wearingen,
Eileen Hannan, Carrie Clark, Roxanne Babic,
and Patti Mogyorody all said that falling on stairs
Patty Mogyorody, Melissa Parey, Todd Shuskey,
Chris Atlas, Lisa Aspinwall, Jennifer Brizes
and Jean Enneper seem to be enjoying them-
selves now with no indication tfiat they were
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I^he 1992 Euclidian was published ill
May of 1992 and the last deadline for
submission of material was the end of
Febaiary. Because of that nothing that
occuned after February, 1992 could be
included in the book. This section shows
some of the events that occurred after the
Erica Drake, Ebony Taylor, Leaiui Uchbar, Tatiana Marteletti and Chris Zivnoska posing during th'
warmup before the track me
Jason Phillis getting ready to swing at the piti
Julie Montagner practicing her batting before tlie game begii
-hris Norton, Kanyadus Hollins and Jennifer Dineen dancing dunng Big Show.
am Marchuk, Steve Workman, Anthony Yanni and Todd Shuskey performing Monkey Business'
uring Senior Talent Night.
essica Adams, Kristen Kish and Adrienne Chinni performing to 'I Saw Red' during the Wai Napolo
ihawn Thompson pushing the shot during a track meet.
Baseball takes G.C.C. for sixth straight year
Once again Euclid showed itself to be
a baseball school with it's sixth
straight G.C.C. Championship. The
Varsity ended the season with a 24-3 overall
record and a perfect 1 4-0 record in the G.C.C.
The regular season was very rewarding but
the panthers lost their first tournament game
to Mayfield for the second straight year.
The Junior Varsity didn't have quite as good
a record as the Varsity but were still able to
finish first in the G.C.C. with a 12-2 record.
The freshmen team really showed promise
for the future by having so many boys come
out that they had to have two teams for the
second year in a row. The 'Blue' team fin-
ished with a perfect record while the 'Gold'
team lost onl\ one same.
Varsity Baseball 1
TEAM US THEM |
Season Record Won 24 Lost 3 |
Won 14 Lost Ol
League finish: First 1
Season Record Won 18 Lost 4 |
Won 12 Lost 2 1
h: First 1
ue' Team |
'Gold' Team |
Varsity Baseball, Row one: Joe Mc Crone, Vince Sztul, Jim Zdesar, Jason Phillis, Matt Faulisi, Joe Sweet, Jol |
Nolan. Row two: Coach Ray Fisher, John Arlesic, Bill Jerin, Chad Dulla, Brian Dunmire, Marty Moushey, Ji
Sas, Joe Godina. Row three: Coach Paul Serra, Adam Reichman, Joe Leonardi, Mark Kovacevich, Mi |
Yurcich, Greg Bitner, Don Juengel, Ron Siedler, coach Jeff Hartman.
J. V. Baseball, Row one: Coach Dennis Turkall, Charlie Smialek, Joe Karabinue, Isasc Bonner, Brent Mingh
Pat May, Ron Wenderoth, Matt Lucas, Coach Ray Ficher. Row two: Dave Zupancic, Mike Mc Neill, Ja
Cudo, Matt Orgovan, Bill Parsons, Chris Clark, Scott Jordan, Pete Joyce. Row three: Tim Banach, Joe Perr
Tim Brokaw, Mike Yurcich, Steve Zahursky, Marty Moushey, Brian Vargo. Missing: Marty O'Neill, Ton
Freshman Baseball, Row one: Matt Baker, Robert Rogers, Jeff Morris, Mike Nocera, Barry Grisez, Gai
Dwyer, Nick Seifried, Chris Kletecka, Louis Besses, Michael Hoffman. Row two: Jaime Trochek, Jim Nar
Scott Perry, Kory Novak, Jason Behun, Kyle Bush, Kevin Gorman, Mike Banach. Row three: Coach Lewi
Tim Rudy, Mike Fording, John Harrison, Matt Hoffman, Mark Killion, Kevin Mc Carthy, Jim Bilatic, Er
Bovce, Coach Joe Nosan.
Varsity Softball, Row
one: Coach Maxson, Julie
Joy Lewin, Christina
Pinzarroni. Row two: Kim
Swearingen, Kris Mihalic,
Cori Turkall, Kelly
Mihalic. Row three:
Deborah Risko, Wendy
Durket, Linda Turchik.
The Varsity Softball team again pro-
duced an average season finishing with
a 13-15 record and 5-9 in the G.C.C.
This gave them sixth place in the conference.
The J. V. finished with a 8-1! overall record
and 6-8 in the conference. The only good
news was the Freshman team which sported
an overall record of 15-4 and 10-2 in the
Softballers came out on the short end of the stick
Season Record Won 13 Lost 15 1
G.C.C. Record Won 5 Lost 9 |
h, sixth 1
|. V. So
Season Record Won 8 Lost 11 |
rd Won 6 Lost 8 1
J. V. Softball, Row one: Lorene Davison, Erin Smith,
Terese Schneider, Karin Collins, Kyle Russ. Row
two: Carol Dacar, Michele Fogarty, Becky Thomp-
son, Stacy Meden, Carrie White, Staci Ashley. Row
three: Cathy Caine, Dawn Medved, Abby Ayer,
Carie Belavich, Coach Arle Lamadue.
Freshman Softball, Row one: Kelly Focareto, Lind-
say Freman, Amy Hodder, Stacie Glavin, Jennifer
Geisweidt, Nicole Christopher, Kathy Copic. Row
two: Kim Schoval, Kelly Shea, Pam Jordan, Cathy
Pikus, Amy Guy, Meredith Bell, Maria Schiavoni,
Coach Diane Maroli. Row three: Jessica Dietz, Laura
Baber, Jenn Kascak, Angela Sadler, Michelle Dineen,
Gina Zeman, Melanie Shippitka
Track and Field
Boys get third in G.C.C,
Tlhe Bo>''.s Track team finished another
successful season in 1992 even though
they did not win the conference. There
were many exciting accomplishments exhib-
ited by the members of the team. In the Regionals
the team placed seventh out of 68 teams with
excellent performances by Bob Lemieux in the
pole vault. Pepe Pearson in the 100 and 200m
dash and Brian Jordan, Pepe Pearson, Davan
Jackson and Brandon Biggom in the 4X100
relay. The team was a young one with lots of
hope for upcoming years.
Boy's Track, Row one: Mike Petterson, Devan Cory Jackson, Bob Lemieux, James Driscoll, Donte AUe
Frank Soltesz, Matt Lemieux. Row two: John David, Marcus Gomez, Brandon Tyson, Jim Shamp, BobYc;
Larry Nosse, Ben Ptahl, Coach Bob Ramlow. Row three: Sparky Birkett, Shawn Thompson, Pepe Pearso
Gary Meeks, Raeshuan Jernigan, Chris Atlas, Bryan Peoples, Raesha wn Pearson, Coach Frank Soltesz. Ro
four: Brian Jordan, Keith Eubank, James Willett, William Harrison, Ken Schuster, Robert Tepley, Dona
Dawson, Olen Steelman. Row five: Dave Podmore, Pat Carney, Phil Baioni, Mike Nagy, Joseph Bailey, I
Roy BiUips, Debi Vanya, Bill Nainiger, Steve Ladovich. Row six: Israel Jackson, Andy Ehrhardt, Grac
Buhalev, Seth Carrier, Pat Longbrake Jr., Brian Francetic.
Matt Lemieux practicing for the pole vault.
Bov's Track |
Season Record Won 6 Lost 2 1
G.C.C. Record Won 5 Lost 2 |
League finish, third
Jim Shamp getting off one of his good throws in the
Raeshuan Jernigan exploding out of the blocks on
his way to overcoming the hurdles.
190 > Boy's Track
Girls come in second in G.C.C.
il's Track, Row one: Rachael Pierce, Chrissv Zivnoska, Annette HoUis, Michelle Suchv, Cara Parise, Kari
allett, Mary Kunes, Krystal Baker. Row two: Tiffany Hicks, Ebony Taylor, Erika Drake, Nicole Jackson,
lamika Peacock, Virginia Bush, Miriam Hohs, Tatiana Marteletti, Kris Emmger, Karen Radachv. Row
ree: Rossilita Andrews, Amora Francis, Jennifer Daly, Stacy Brown, Denise Riedel, Kim Schmidt, Solema
inings, Marsha Appling, Sandra Brown, Roschell Ashley, Maria Barker, Kimberly Sumpter. Row four:
'onna Jones, Biha B. Stitt, Tracy Marincek, Leann Uchbar, Jody Wallette, Monica Tomasic, Shannon Marek,
ithy Muscarella, Renee Thomas, Jennifer Hiser, Vanya Stewart, Carissa Scott, Andrea Williams, Patricia
latman. Row five: Coaches Mike Sustin, Lou Tomasi, Pete Schwenke, Dick York.
\\\t 1991-92 girr.s track team did not do
as well as the previous year's team but
still managed to finish second in the
conference. They finished the season with a 6-
2 record and 5-2 in the G.C.C. The girl's
worked hard and performed well against most
of their opponents. They suffered a close loss
to Bedford and a bis loss to Mentor.
Girl's Track |
Season Record Won 6 Lost 2
G.C.C. Record Won 5 Lost 2
League finish, second
Leann Uchbar getting off a good throw of the discus
while Tatiana Martileti practices her shot putting
before a meet. Tiffany Hicks and Vanya Stewart
are warming up before a meet by running around
Before the meet begins the team members stretch
out to help reduce the chance of injuries. Miriam
Hohs and Monica Tomasic are practicing on the
long jump to find out where they haye to begin so
they get their feet positioned properly for the jump.
Ya' Gotta Love 'em
tennis improves, but not much
T^he \ arsit\ bo\'s tennis team impro\'ed
slightlx from their 1-11-1 1991 season
record but still only posted a 3- 1 2 record.
The bad news was that the G.C.C. record
remained the same at 0-5. Since there were
several underclassmen on the team, and the J.
V. team finished w ith a 7-2 record, the outlook
for the 1992 season looks promising.
t\- Tennis |
West Geauga 2
Season Record Won 3 Lost 1
'on Lost 5 1
J. V. Tennis |
East. North 4
Orange 3 2
Season Record Won 7 Lost 2
Dave Cupar getting off one of his many powerful
ser\es while Ray Morris moves around on the court
to get to the ball. In doubles action, Jae Amos launches
his ser\'e while Jeff Lapuh anticipates the return
Jeremy Lange returning the hall to his opponent.
192 \ Boy's Tennis
Varsity Tennis, Row one: Jeremy Lange, Rob Heramb, Dan Grisez, Tony Walker. Row two: Ed Galosi,
Amos, Da\e Cupar, Kevin Bremer, Jeff Lapuh
J. V. Tennis, Row one: Paul Fekirn, Kobm Little, Ray Morris, Chad C.ad\', loeSterl. Row two: Adam V
Ho, Donovan Smith, Dave Masek, Jason Mc Creight, Mike Walczak, John Buchner, Paul Carpenter.
wai napolo members colored the pool
i.11 the girls participated in the Opening number \\ hich was written and directed by Lauren Scheurman and
lerformed to the song. Devil with a Blue Dress On.
El uclid's Synchronized Swim Show was
presented on May 1 and 2. 1 992 and was
f a splashing success. The show was
organized and directed by senior show direc-
tor Jennie Avers and junior show director
Lauren Scheruman. The theme was colors
and included such songs as: Pink Panther.
True Blue. Lady in Red and Goodliye Yellow
Brick Road. The show was announced by
Keith Scheurman. The swim show was the
result of many months of hard work by the club
members and much dedication by the advisers,
Mrs. Joan Bush, Mrs. Katie Morris and Mrs.
'he girls from the YMCA performed a number written by Dawn Turpin to the song. Tic a Yellow Ribbon
Round the Old Oak Tree.
Wai Napolo president, Michele Lynn performing
the solo number that she wrote to the music. True
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'he Freshmen girls perform their number to the music, Red, Red Wiiic The number was written by Jessica
Idams, Adrienne Chinni and Kristin Kish.
The Duet of Ellen Mansperger and Jenny Wolchko
used the song Black Cat to show the intricate move-
ments that they could make in the water.
Well, Hello Dolly
annual Big Show a musical succes
Hello Dolly, set in the traditional musical
setting, captured the hearts of both young and
old making another Big Show a winner.
"Call on Dolly" opened the show revealing
Miss Dolly Levi bom Gallagher, and bom
match maker. Dolly (Debra Long) seemed to
have all the answers setting everyone up and
eventually getting herself a husband. Poor
Ambrose Kemper, the artist. (Michael
Karabinus) wanted to marry the wailing, but
adorable. Ermengarde (Maria D'Amico).
Ermengarde's uncle. Horace Vandergelder,
would not approve. Horace (Ben Carroll ), the
crotchety old man had more important thing
on his mind, such as courting Miss. Irene
Molloy (Margana Dane). What Horace didn't
know was while he was off at Molloy's Hat
Shop his clerks from the Hay & Feed Store
were planning to 'put on their Sunday clothes'
and go to New York also. Cornelius Hack!
(Eric Dysart) and Bamaby Tucker (Todd
Shuskey) wanted to get an adventure out of it.
Horace met Irene Molloy at her hat shop but
Cornelius and Bamaby were also there to
confuse things. Cornelius ended up with Irene
and Bamaby ended up with Minnie Fay (Emily
Smayda). Irene's assistant. Horace was then
supposed to meet Emestina (Wendy Wang)
but Dolly decides that Horace should take her
dead husband's place and they end up together.
There was a dance contest, a court room scene
and a restaurant full of galloping waiters that
brought the play to a happy ending and won-
The play was directed by Miss. Sand! Bambic.
Mr. Steven Alspaugh was the orchestra and
vocal director. Mrs. Sally Parrine DeAngelo
and Mr. Jerry Macek choreographed the play
and Mr. Allen Black was the technical direc-
tor. Mrs Edie Mellen was the stage artist.
Waiting around before the parade passes by. Waiter,
Dan Burke, Chuck Maxwell and Kenyadus HoUins
galloping through their routine before the restau-
rant opens for business.
Eric Dysart, Kenyadus Hollins, Jennifer Dineen, Michelle Reed, Tim Long, Mary Kunes, Tiffa
Highland, Wendy Wang and Todd Shuskey are Putting on their Sunday Clothes.
194 \ Big Show
of the cast members during the finale.
Big Show Cast, Row one: Lesley Hamilton, Maria D'Amico. Row two: John Scarniench, Denise Reidel,
Deliska Mc Ghee, Laurie Olszewski, Kimberly Clark. Row three: Melissa Powalie, Michael Karabinus, Anne
Ruggeri, Wendv Wang, Chuck Maxwell, Liz Muzinic. Row four: Keith Scheurman, Chris Di Blase, Michelle
Reed, Eric Dysart, Maggie Dane, Ben Carroll, Debra Long, Emily Smayda, Todd Shuskey, Chrissy Cesa, Lynn
Gessler. Row five: Tim Long, Tory Doles, Sandy Carrera, Erin Harsch, Karin Gezann, Tom Sedmak, Eric
Wandersleben, Pamela Grisard, Rachael Hayes, Jennifer Dineen, Helena Schwartz, Janet Huddleston. Row
six: Mike Beck, Chris Norton, Kirk Israel, Matt Dane, Kenyadus HoUins, Karen Phipps, Jennifer Dell, Marnie
Salupo, April Luikart, Jennifer Melnvk, Sarah Nehrig, Dan Burke, Jim Masterson.
Drbra Long, Emily Smayda, Ben Carroll and Maggie
Dane showing that they 'Stand for Motherhood'.
Kirk Isreal, Jim Masterson, Eric Dysart, Todd Shuskey, Dan Burke, Ben Carroll, Chris Di Biaseand Chuck
Vlaxwell showing that 'It Takes a Woman'.
Class of '92 had talen
seniors showed lots of motion in their act&
Senior Talent Night came to Euclid
High School on May 15 and 16.
Masters of ceremonies were Jenni-
fer Melnyk, Mike Beck, Janelle Groves,
Dave Cupar and Irene Dejak. The acts
consisted of students and teachers sing-
ing, dancing, acting and playing musical
instruments. This was one of the many
ways that the seniors raised money to
defray some of the expenses of Prom. It
gave the students a chance to show off
their talent to their parents and class-
Jennifer Melnyk and Mike Beck announcing one of
the acts at Senior Talent \ight.
KenyadusHoUins, Isaac Bonner, Mitchell Hawkins
and D'Hiati' Mc Cray singing '.Vlv Love' which was
composed bv Kenyadus Hollins.
Mr. Stephen Alspaugh, Kirk Israel, Marty Witczak,
Tony Hren, Mike Tomsic and Greg Bauer showing
their talent during the final number.
196 \ Senior Talent Night
Corrie Turkall, Kenyadus Hollins, Kelly Hodderand Angle Collins doing their impression of Pepsi's 'L
seniors received lots of awards
fter school on May 19, 1992 the an
nual Senior Awards Program was
held in the Little Theater. This was a
time when the parents saw their children re-
ceive the recognition that they deserved for all
the work they did both in and out of school.
The awards were presented by both school
administrators and people from other schools
and members of the community. After the
program there was a short social get-together
in the E-Room.
Lewin being presented the Euclid School Secre-
es Scholarship by Rosalie Fette.
Michael Witczak being presented the Jewish War
Veterans award bv Sam Rubin and Jack Wohl.
students from all grade levels received Citizenship awards
Citizenship and Ser-
vice awards were con-
ferred by teachers to
students who showed
a special interest in
their class. Service
awards were given to
students who helped
teachers do many of the
things that they had to
Some of the students that received Citizenship and
Ser\'ice awards at an assembly in the auditorium on
May 3, 1992 during the third period.
On the town
senior prom gives students a chance to show offi
Senior Prom was held at Landerhaven
Country Club on June 3. 1992. The
theme was. "It's So Hard to Say Good-
bye." It featured the usual dancing,
snacking, picture taking, prepared din-
ner and socializing with friends. It was
the last big event before the end of the
senior's days in required education. It
was a time for reminiscing about events
that had occurred throughout their years
in school and a time to be thinking
about what would be going on in the
future. The atmosphere was one of
enjoyment and fun.
Seniors arriving at Landerhaven and receiving their
Irene Dejak and Kristen Golinar pose after picking
up their infonnation.
Seniors getting ready for a good time.
Students and teachers had a good time throughout
Students enjoyed an excellent meal before dancing
commencement puts students out on their own
Commencement occurred on June 7,
1992 at 12:30 at the Front Row The
ater. At that time approximately 386
Euclid seniors received their diplomas en-
abling them to begin the rest of their lives.
Short presentations were made by Superinten-
dent of Schools, Mr. Kurt Stanlc and Princi-
pal. Mr. William Mc Guinness. Valedicto-
rian. Jennifer Melnyk and salutatorian, Lynn
Gessler made speeches that were very moving
to most of the audience. The ceremony was
very quick and was enjoyed by all.
Before the processional the candidates formed up in
lines in the lobby of the Front Row.
Varsity Chorale singing several selections after the
During the precessional the students walked down
the aisles to their respective seats.
Valedictorian, Jennifer Melnyk and Salutatorian,
Lynn Gessler giving their speeches about what
Euclid meant to them.
DR. ALLAI\ A. ROLFE, DEI\TIST
22480 Lake Shore Blvd. Suite #206 289-8998
771-0707 Don, Fran, Susan, l^aney, Julie, & Jim Samuel I
in and Patricia Antonini
Ronald A. Backos
Judy Mc Laughlin
Bill Von Benken
John and Pamela Amos/Jae Amos
Ma and Mr. Middlebrook/A. Chyrese Boyd
Robert and Barbara Bunn/Christine Bunn
Al and Joan Bush/Brian Bush
Marija Certic/Nancy Gertie
Joe and Rosanne Chmielewski/Mark J. Chmielewski
The big day has finally come! Remember your future is what
you make it. We love you and will always be there for you.
Mom, Dad and Bob
Linda Storm/Shannon Chrestoff
Fotis and Georgia Christides/Olympia Christides
Anthony and Mary Ann D'Amico/Maria L. D'Amico
You are so special and we are VERY proud of you.
Dad and Mom
Alice and Rouin Davis/Matt Davis
Geraldine Drake-Gordon and Harry Gordon/Erika M.
Ivan and Mieyana Erak/Mladen Erak
Debra lams/Christian B. Furlong
i'ou now liave the rest of your life to look forward to. Here's
wishing you the best of luck, love, health and happiness for
years to come.
We love you.
Mom and Pops
Cariotta D. Gilbert/Kirk Van Gilbert
Deborah Johnson/Keely Hall
We are so proud of you.
We love you.
Rob and Debbie
Paul F. and Catherine M. Hannan/Eileen M. Hannan
Our Dear Eileen,
May good fortune surround you.
The sun shine warm upon you.
The wind be always at your back.
And may God always hold you in the palm of his hand.
Our love always.
Mom and Dad
Marva Haynes/April Haynes
David and Joyce Heuer/Amy Heuer
We are so proud of you! Good luck with all of your future
Dad and Mom
William and Bonita Kale/David Kale
Peace and long life, David.
Mom and Dad
Bonnie and Howard King/Anne Elizabeth King
Pat and Tony Kovac/Karly Kovac
David and Betty Kavacevich/Mark M. Kovacevich
Martha Lawrence/Eric Lawrence
Pat and Mattie Longbrake/Patrick Longbrake Jr.
Congratulations, Rudy. We love you and we are very proud
Mom and Dad
Diane Luikart/April Luikart
Susan Marinelli/Melissa Marinelli
Holly and Bill Mauer/Maggie Maurer
Michael and Geraldine Mazzei/Lillian Mazzei
Mr. and Mrs. Mlac/Christie Mlac
Tony and Kathy Muzinic/Elizabeth Muzinic
Keep up the good work!
We love you!
Mom and Dad Muzinic
Ken and Lynn Novak/Ken Novak
Mato and Dusanka Orsulic/Silvia Orsulic
Bruce and Cheryl Pfeifer/Scott Pfeifer
Shaun and Norm Pomiecko/Ginger Pomiecko
Lindalee and Jerry Powaiie/Melissa Powalie
Janet Dell/Adam Reichman
Vince and Pennie Riha/Michael Riha
Now, take this act and run with it.
Good Luck and God Bless you always.
Larrv and Jeannie Rowe/Amanda Rowe
Joanne Sabel/Klmberly Sabel
We wish you much success in hfe.
Our Love and Best Wishes go with you.
Mom, Cramb and Amber.
Frances K. Sadler/Andrew J. Sadler
Jim and Joyce Sas/James T. Sas Jr.
Keith and Donna Scheurman/Lauren Scheurman
Norma and Gary Shuskey/Todd Shuskey
Gertrude Skrab/Sue Skrab
Congratulations Sue! We wish you much success in the
Mom. Mary and Bill
Ed and Reggie Struna/Bonnie Struna
How quickly time passes when you look back. We are so
proud of your accomplishments and your determination.
Always reach for the stars. ..our Lord is just beyond them.
We love you.
Mom and Dad
Carla and John Simmons/Vince SztuI
Bruce and Jean Taplin/Jill Taplin
Congratulations, Jill. We're very proud of you.
Mom, Dad, Jennifer and Lisa
Linda M. Turchik/Linda M. Turchik
Jennifer Vannarath/Davong Vannarath
Charles and Margaret Walsh/Kathleen Walsh
You are a delight to our lives. We love you and are so proud of
you. Good luck and happiness in the future.
Mom and Dad
Charlotte Beres/Robert Welch
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whatley/Tenneshia P. Whatley
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wilson/Melissa Wilson
We love you, you have always made our family proud. Success
is waiting for you and we know you will achieve it.
Mom and Dad
Congratulations. We wish you all the luck
and happiness in the world.
Mom. Dad and Nikki
I wish you all the happiness and good luck
in your future. I'm very proud of you and
I love you very much. Congratulations.
Congratuiations-you did it! Always stay
as you are-believe in yourself because we
have always believed in you. We love you
very much and are very proud of you.
Love, Mom, Bud, Toni, Leslie, Tami,
Chris Petrick and Denise.
You have made us very proud of you in the
past, and we know you will continue to do so
in the future. We look forward to being a part of
the wonderful moments yet to come in your
life-may there be many.
We love you.
Mom and Dad
Love is capable of conquering all,
Offspring of some distant land.
We have walked together through the years.
Leaving far behind us all our fears.
Love, Mom, Dad, Sean and Jinai
A. Chyrese Boyd
By God's grace you have made it from
kindergarten to High Schoo graduation!
We love you and we are proud to be your
Love, Ma and Mr. Middlebrook
Thank you for making us so proud. Fol-
low yourdreams, sweetheart, and remem-
ber the "B's".
We love You,
Mom, Dad and Rick
Can it be-the class of '93? Look how you
have grown. We are so very proud of you! !
All of our love.
Mom and Dad
Erika M. Drake
Congratulations! We're very proud of
you, and with a little guidance from us
combined with the intelligence and wis-
dom that you possess we know that you
will reach your goal.
Lots of love. Mom and Dad
Our love and best wishes go with you as
you make your future plans. Hope all your
dreams come true.
Mom, Dad and Toin
Kirk Van Gilbert
Congratulations! This is the day you've
been waiting for. Now, just do it, "Ainnan
Mom, Dad and Kenny
Anne Elizabeth King
We love you I
Mom. Dad('58). Kathleen('84). Bob('85).
We love you.
Mom. Dad and Jessy
Mark M. Kovacevich
Fly into the future, with pride.
You're our Ace.
Dad. Mom and Chrissy
Congratulations "Pookie Bear".
It's been a long hard road but you made it
and I'm very proud of you and happy for
See I kept my promise.
Remember these days'? I sure do and I
miss them. Thanks for all the happy memo-
ries. I'm very proud of you. You've grown
into a beautiful young woman. Good luck
and God Bless you forever.
Keep smiling! We love you and we're so
proud of you. May all your dreams come
Mom and Dad. Kim and Mike
Congratulations to daddy's girl for another
great school year.
Through all the ups and downs you have
brought us joy and fantastic memories. We
wish you joy. happiness and success in all
that you do.
Mom. Dad. Katie and Allen
Where have the years gone'? We love you
and wish you the very best of everything
in your future. Thanks for the memories.
All our love.
Mom and Dad
We are proud of you and we hope you
reach your goal.
We love you;
Your Mom, Dad and Rich
It's been fun!
Mom and Dad
You are our future. We are so proud of al 1
that you have become.
Best wishes for much success always.
Mom and Dad
Thanks for the memories; recovered fumbles,
throw-outs at 2nd; broken/sprained/swollen
body parts; cold bleacher seats; and sweet
home runs. Whether you wore #32 or #17
you've always been #1 with us! ! Good luck in
college. We're very proud of you!
Love, Mom, Shawn and Brandv
Way to go Two-speed!
We're really proud of you.
Dad, Mom and Heather
Andrew J. Sadler
You have everything going for you. Get
out there and show the world what you
can do. I know you can make it happen.
You always made me proud! Congratula-
James T. Sas Jr.
Congratulations! We are very proud of
you. Our love and best wishes go with you
always. We know you will be successful.
Mom, Dad, Jessica and Jackie
We are so proud of you and the wonderful
person you have bercome. We know you
will be a success, and remember our love
will always be with you.
Love, Mom, Dad, Keith and Elizabeth
Carpe Diem. Seize each day. Learn from
it's opportunities. Participate in it's chal-
Mom and Dad
Developing Citizenship And
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Student Council Ad
A.I.D.S. is a disease
that every person has
to be aware of.
Abramovic. Helen 132, 168
Abrlani, Reid 117
Abshire, Caron 117
Abshire, Laura 107
Academics Divider 90
Activities Divider 22
Adams, Brandi 107
Adams, Christina N 107
Adams. Jessica 58, 117, 197
Adams. Leati 107
Adamson, Latasha 107
Addis, Jane 41, 94
Addis, Robert 12, 93
Agaibi, Christine ..29. 40, 42, 48, 1 14
Agnew. Richard 107, 117
Aides. Clinic 38
Aides. Library 50
Aides. Media 37
Akins, Angelique 132
Akos. Kristen 45, 149, 178
Alaupovic, Adrijana 107
Albright, David 132
Alexander, Christopher 149
Allan A. Rolfe. DENTIST 200
Allen. Alex 94
Allen. Calvin 107
Allen. Dana 117
Allen. Donte 14. 15. 132, 190
Allen. Marcus 132
Alspaugh, Stephen 194, 196
Amato. Sue 94, 200
Amos, Jae 48, 52, 68, 149, 192, 200,
Anderson. Jamell 107
Anderson, Vernesha 117
Andrews, Rosa-Lila 84, 117, 191
Anthony, Elijah 117
Antonini, Justin 92, 200
Appling, Dante 117
Appling, Marsha ....25, 132, 141, 191
Archibald, Earl 94
Argie, Frank 117
Arlesic, John 188
Armaro, Gregory 132
Armaro, Louis 149, 178
Arnold, Sarah L 107
Ashley, Brandon 80
Ashley, Roschell ..20, 41, 42, 48, 75,
84, 117, 191
Ashley, Staci 20, 132, 189
Ashman, Joyce ....25. 28, 40, 42, 58,
149, 151, 175, 178
Ashurst, Tonia 30, 149
Aspinwall, Lisa ...36, 45, 60, 61, 149,
167, 182, 183,219
Atlas, Bridgette 29, 30, 107
Atlas, Chnstopher 59, 74, 84, 88,
149, 178, 183, 190
Attamante, Bill 94
Avery, Da Von 107
Ayer, Abby 60,61, 132, 189,219
had plenty of
high speed ac-
Baber, Laura 71, 117, 189
Babic, Roxanne 149, 159, 178
Baca, Jeffrey 21, 149
Backos, Ronald 94, 101, 200
Baer, Matthew 132
Bailey, Angela 149, 178, 182
Bailey, Belinda 117
Bailey, Tamika 149
Bailey III, Joseph 84, 85, 132, 190
Baioni, Phillip ....74, 84, 85, 132, 190
Baird. Darlene 33, 130, 132
Baker, Krystal 191, 219
Baker, Matthew 73, 79, 116, 117, 188
Ball, Tomika 30, 107
Bambic, Sandi 194
Banach, Michael 79, 117, 188
Banach, Timothy ...52, 132, 142, 188
Banc, Tom 3, 64, 94
Band. Marching 24
Band, Symphonic Concert 28
Banks, Charmaine 117
Banks, Jetaun 117
Banks, Thanyhan 149
Banks, Will 107
Bankston, William 132
Barber, Amy 7, 25, 26, 51 , 53, 58, 59,
89, 117, 219
Barbish, Brandon 107
Barbish, Ethel 94
Barcza, John 94
Barfield, Keyonna 107
Barker, Brenda 93
Barker, Maria 25, 26, 41, 51, 117,
Barkin, Melanie 107
Barkoot, Matthew 132
Barnard, Charles 117
Barnauskas, Mike 66
Barnes, Mark 72, 81
Barnes, Shaheena 117, 132
Barnes, Tammie 117
Barrett, Steven 107
Bartel, Kathryn 117
Bartel, Kelly 54, 78, 149
Bartlett, Carl 43, 52, 132, 142
Bartulovic, David 68, 117
Bara/idi, Robyn 17, 55, 149, 167
Basketball, Boy's 78
Basketball, Girl's 81
Basketball Cheerleaders 61
Batich, Stephanie 117
Battle, Anthony T 20,84, 117
Battle, Larry 117
Bauer, Adam 117
Bauer, Gregory ..25, 28, 32, 54, 149,
Bauer, Kathryn 25, 28, 81, 107
Baylog, Jason 132, 149
Bechtel, Carol 92
Bechtel, John 36, 37, 86, 117
Bechtel, Rebecca. 52, 134, 148, 149,
Beck, Mike 195, 196
Begovic, Brigita 107
Behrens, Joey 149, 178
Behun, Jason 117, 188
Behun, Tara 149
Belanich, James 21, 88, 117
Belavich, Carrie 86, 132
Beletic, Anthony 150
Beletic, Jim 88
Bell, Adonis 132
Bell, Chakquera 117
Bell, Cory 107
Bell, Meredith 42,81,82, 83, 116,
Bell, Rodney 132
Bender, Stan 94, 200
Benjamin, De Launda 150
Bennett Jr., Edmond 117
Benson, Lolita 107, 117
Bergenstein, Benjamin 132
Bergolc, Melanie 107
Berry, Jennifer 42, 45, 150
Bertovic, John 107
Besses, Louis L 117, 188
Beutler, Dennis 117
Beverly, Melissa 117
Biggom, Brandon ....64, 84, 132,
Biggom, James 117,
Billips, Le Roy 117,
Bingham, Spencer 34,
Birkett III, Evand 64, 84, 132,
Bischof, Kimberly 42, 52, 55, 1
Black, Allen 37, 51, 94, 194,
Black, Dolores 94,
Black, Steven 20, 104,
Blackford, Jaina 61, 69,
Blackwell, Tanisha 60,
Blatnik, Elizabeth 29, 38, 69,
Bleich, Al 94,
Bloom, Jameka 25, 26, 41,
Bonfigiio, Melissa 71, 81,
Bonner, Isaac57, 132, 141, 181, '
Boos, Matthew 37,
Boswell, Sommer 30,
Bowling, Sharon 55,
Boyarsky, Therese .52, 81, 105,
Boyce, Aaron 73, 79,
oyce, Michael 150
oyd, A. Chyrese ...45, 59, 150, 167,
78, 200, 203
oyes, Keith 107
oykin, Fredreka 132
oyle, Edward 150
radley, Linda 150
ramsen, Anders 5, 68, 150
rearton. Gene 94
remer, Kevin 5, 64, 78, 80, 105,
rennan, Nicholle 28, 118
rewster, Christina 107
rewster, Mathew 132
rizes, Jennifer 18,45, 150, 167,
75, 178, 182, 183
rkic, Josip....21,43, 52,57,68, 132
rodzinski, Katherine 20, 150
rodzinski, Kathy 21
rokaw, Kerry 107
rokaw, Timothy ....52, 73, 132, 182,
rown, Dale 37, 107
rown, Erneiliza .40, 41, 44, 55, 132,
rown, Ernest 118
rown, Everett 150
rown, Kelly 40, 150, 178
rown, Rafael D 40, 59, 118
rown, Ronnie 118, 132
rown, Sandra 41 , 63, 69, 75, 84,
18, 132, 191
rown, Stacy 191
rown, Stefanie 107
rown, Tamika 107
rown, Tomika 106, 107
ruketa, Meryann 89, 1 18
rzeczkowski, Jenna 35, 59, 118
uchner, Elizabeth 107
uchner, Jonathan 68, 132, 192
uck, Pat 71, 94
uggs, Kisha 60
uggs, Lakesha 118
uhaley, Grady 74, 84, 132, 190
■ujnocki, Patrick 107
unn, Christine ... 150, 178, 200, 203
urgess, James 118
urke, Daniel .38, 41, 118, 133, 150,
68, 178, 183, 194, 195
iurnette, John 174
iush, Brian ....73, 88, 150, 160, 200,
;ush, Debra 29, 118
iUSh, Kyle. 14, 15.88, 116, 118, 188
lush, Virginia 150, 178, 191
lush., Joan 89
lutkus, Daina 133, 134
lutler, Darnika 133
lultari, Brandi 107
|H^k ross-country par-
|H ticipants ran up
^Hb and down the hills.
Cable, Monica 54, 150, 178, 182
Cade, Alfonzo 118
Caine, Catherine . 1 50, 1 52, 1 75, 1 89
Calabrese, Danielle. ...25, 28, 51, 69,
Caldwell, Garry 150
Caldwell, Steven 25, 33, 133
Callahan, Daneen 30, 31, 133
Callahan, Dontrell 118
Campbell, Dan 44
Campbell, Ryan 78, 79, 118
Cangemi, Jason 107
Cangemi, Jeffrey 107
Cantini, Eric 20, 64, 86, 87, 153, 178,
Caputo, Michael 133
Carey, James 133
Carlson, Eric ....3, 25, 122, 148, 153,
Carlson, Jan 94
Carlson, Kevin 23,25, 28,32, 118
Carlton, Daniel 38, 54, 147, 152, 153,
Carmody, Judy 20, 35, 59, 94
Carney, Pat 74, 84, 85. 190
Carney, Patrick 84. 133
Carney, Timothy 25, 28, 84, 107
Carpenter, Paul David 118, 192
Carr, Bejamin 107
Carr, Daniel 107
Carrera, Sandy 195
Carrier, Seth 190
Carrier II, Joseph 23, 84, 118
Carnzo. Leonardo 133
Carrol, Bridie 153
Carroll, Benjamin ..33, 168, 194, 195
Carroll, Bridie 43, 175
Carroll, David 133
Carroll, Mary 30
Carter, Damon 118
Carter, Greg 2
Carter III, Charles 107
Cater, Patrick 4
Gating, Michael ....20, 42, 52, 53, 54,
153, 160, 178, 179
Causey, Thomas 107
Cavanaugh, Jennifer. 62, 71, 89, 107
Cellura, Nicole 107
Ceranowicz, Michele 133
Cerjan, Jennifer 108
Gertie, Nancy 34, 45, 48, 54, 153,
Cesa, Christine 30, 45, 51, 153, 178,
Cesa, William 108
Chambers, Amira 108
Chambers, Roslyn 118
Champa, David 88, 108
I thank God for giving mc this
precious baby who has turned
into a very successful little lady.
Chapel Machine & Tool 123
Charles, Latresa 1 18
Chatman, Patricia ...56, 83, 133, 191
Gheerteaders, Basketball 61
Cheerleaders, Football 60
Cheraso, Frank 108
Cherkas, Daniel 80, 108
Cheshier, Lisa 24, 25, 29, 94
Cheshire., Lisa 29
Childress, Tameshala 108
Chinni, Adrienne 51, 52, 55, 58, 118,
Chitwood, Jamie 1 18
Chitwood, Martha 25,26, 108
Chitwood, Rachel 153
Chitwood, Sarah 133
Ghmielewski, Mark 153
Ghmielewski, Robert 108
Choral Groups 30
Choral Masters 30
Chrestoff, Shannon 153, 200, 202
Christen, Shannon 16, 153
Christides. Androniki ..63, 69, 81, 83,
Christides, Olympia ..29, 45, 54, 153,
Christopher, Magdalen 108
Christopher, Maryann 43, 133
Christopher, Nicole 89, 118, 189
Cimperman, John 153
Cimperman, John M 52
Gindric, Anka 133
Gindric, Mark 108
Gindric, Zeiko 118, 133
Giomek, Galli 118
Gipo, Michael 133
Gihno, Angelo 108
Ciulla, Gindy..41,42, 52, 59, 71, 118
Clark, Alaycia 81
Clark, Anita 108
Clark, Bryant 9, 63, 66, 118
Clark, Carrie 153
Clark, Christopher 133, 188
Clark, Isis 46, 133
Clark, Kim 51
Clark. Kimberly 118, 195
Clark, Marie 94
Clark, Nicole 108
Clark, Rikole 133
Clark, Tiffany J 133
Clarke, Katie 108
Clarke, Melissa 118
Glarkson, Shane 108
Clarkson, Shawn 118
Glarkson, Sheena 118
Cleveland, Quasheba 133, 153
Cline, Michael 133
Clinic Aides 38
Close Up 47
Club, Business 46
Club. Key 51
Coates, Akilah ....40, 48, 53, 56, 118,
Goats, Sadie 108
Golaianni, Carmen 94
Colan, Margaret 118
Coleman, Danyale 30
Coleman, Dave 78
Coleman, David 153
Coles, Omar 28, 79, 118
Collier, Alan 108
Collins, Angle 21, 189. 196
Collins, Caroline 133
Collins, Carrie 16, 43
Collins, Karl 52
Collins, Karin 153, 189
Collins, Kevin 118, 133
Collins, Manicka 118
Collins, Nikiesha 108
Colon, Damian 133
Colonna, Christopher 118
Goneglio, Kathleen 118
Congin, Michael 37, 118
Gonklin, Kevin 25, 51, 119
Conner, Christiann 133
Cool, Casey 133
Cool, Dane 79, 119
Copic, Katherine 34, 41 , 47, 1 1 9, 1 89
Copley, Michael 119
Gorbett, Mary 119
Corcoran, Tim 76
Gorleto, Daniel 108
Gorleto, Manna 47, 71, 119
Corps, Flag 26
Gorngan, Jill 30, 108
Gosiano Jr., Ralph 88, 133
Costa. Christopher 119
Cottingham. Lakita S 119
Cotton, Glenn 108
Council, Student 59
Country, Cross 74
Covic, Mario ....44, 68, 153, 178, 183
Cox, Patricia 130, 133, 168
Cox, Selena 26, 45, 153, 209
Cox, Selenea 25
Coyne, Megan 69,89, 108
Craig, Nancy 133
Crawford, Alia 29, 108
Criado, Gino 119
Grider, Kizzy 108
Croft, Kristopher 108
Gross, Fred 80
Grutchfield, Calvin 153
Gudo, Jay 133, 188
Cummings, Russell 133
Cummings, Yolanda 108
Cunningham, Clayton 79, 80
Cupar, Dave 192, 196
Cupar, Michael 119
Custer, Scott 119
Cutwright, George 119
ress-up for Hallow-
een was an enjoy-
able part of the year.
D'Amico, Maria 20, 25, 33, 36, 42,
51, 53, 54, 146, 154, 178, 194, 195,
D'Anna, Tim 76
D'Apice, Kelly 108
Dacar, Carol 148, 154, 189
Dacar, Julie 61, 108
Dacar, Mary Ann 75, 89, 108
Dacar, Michael 119
Dalla Riva, J Domenic 108
Daly, Jennifer ..45, 54, 154, 178, 191
Dane, Margana ....33, 41, 44, 52, 59,
69, 133, 194, 195
Dane, Matt 195
Daugherty, Harold 78, 94
Daugherty, James 119
David, John 84, 190
David III, John 133
Davidson. Kenneth 174
Davidson, Lori 69
Davis, Antonio 108, 119
Davis, Damien 108
Davis, Dion 133
Davis, Drooly 108
Davis, Hannah .78, 79, 80, 119, 148,
Davis, Lou 88
Davis. Lowell B 92
Davis. Lynn 93
Davis. Matt 86
Davis, Matthew 86, 87, 154, 178,
Davis, Michael 86, 133
Davis, Mike 86
Davison, Lorene 35, 69, 86, 133, 189
Dawson, Donald 84, 85, 88, 133, 190
Dawson, Stephanie 108
Day, Tara 29, 133
De Boe, Danielle 119
De Boe, Donald 119, 133
De Medeiros, Bernardo 41
De Panicis, Terri 130, 133
De Panicis, Tracey 133
De Wine. Timothy 88, 108
Dejak. Irene 196, 198
Del Monte. Mark 154
Dell. Jennifer 195
Denftie. Dave 108
Dengel. Laura ...25, 28, 51, 104, 133
Derezic. Andrew 154
Derezic. Daniel 133
Derganc, Jason 68, 1 19
Derganc, Michelle 18, 154, 167, 175.
178. 182, 189
Deskins, Khristina 133
DeWine, Carol 92
Di Bartolomeo, Julie2, 19, 52, 56, 57,
70, 89. 133
Di Biase, Christopher 33, 34, 133,
Di'Paolo's House Of Beauty 123
Dickard, Brian 119
Dickson, La Donti 108
Dietrich, Katie 119
Dietz. Jessica 119, 189
Dietz, Kevin 34, 154, 178, 182
Dietz. Nicholas 135
Dillard, Irwin 119
Dineen. Jennifer. 33, 36. 56. 59. 154.
178, 194. 195, 197
Dineen. Michelle ...69. 119, 122, 189
Dirk. Andrew 108
Dirk, David 119
Dismukes Jr., Jerome 108
Dissauer. Lawrence 108
Distributative Education 43
Divider, Academics 90
Divider. Activities 22
Divider. Memories 196
Divider. Senior 146
Divider. Sports 62
Divider, Student Life 8
Divider, Underclass 104
Dixon, Adrienne 1 19
Dixon, Chad 154, 173
Dixon, Forest 86
DIugos, Brian 119
Dobucki, Dana 108
Doles, Victoria 33, 135, 195
Dolter, Merry 94
Dominique, Keyonna 154, 181
Dominique, Kimberly 119
Donato, Christopher 175
Dooley, Anthony M 135
Dooley, Sonia 108
Doolin. Michael 43, 50, 135
Dornai, Peter 154
Dorsey. Ray 119
Dougherty. Kathleen 108
Dowell. Demetrius 119
Dowman, Tracy 30
Drake, Erika25, 26, 45, 59, 154, 179,
191, 196,201, 203
Dreis, Brian 135
Drienka, Sue 83, 90, 94, 200
Driscoll, James 84, 85, 190
Dhscoll Jr., James 84, 135
Drotleff, Mark 135
Drotleff, Robert 37, 135
Duchon, Nichole 108
Dudley, De Moulh 84, 154
Dudley, Kesha 30, 108
Dudley, Sakina 154
Dugandzic, Ana 30, 108
Dugandzic, Kristina 50, 52, 135
Duke, Michael 135
Dula. Joseph 25, 28, 32, 108
Dulla, Chad .154, 179, 180, 183, 188
Duncan. Steven 108
Dunmire, Brian 188
Durant, Maho 119, 160
Durbin, Michael 68, 94
Durket, Wendy 154, 189
Dwyer Jr.Gary 119, 160, 188
Dycks, Eugene 154
Dysart, Eric 33, 36, 44, 154, 176,
Dzerowicz, Alex 94
xams were an impor-
tant part of every
E. 222nd Street Jazz Band 32
E. T. Samuel, Phnlers 200
Echon, Gerard 154
Eckert, Suzanne 135
Edmonds Jr.. Robert 80, 108
Edsall, Amanda 29, 108
Edwards, Kamiko M 119
Edwards, Michael 119
Edwardsen, Jason 108
Egrek, Stacy 69, 108
Ehrhardt, Andrew 74. 84, 85, 155,
Ehrhardt, Eric 135
Eler. Sylvia 119
Elliot. Tosha 155, 179
Emerman, Jeremy 88, 119
Eminger, Andrew 108
Eminger, Kristina 52, 69, 89, 116,
119, 123, 191,219
Enneper, Jean 42, 45, 54, 70, 82, 83,
155, 175, 179, 182, 183
Eppich, Christine 38, 43, 69, 135
Erak, Mladen 155,201, 203
Erak, Thomas 108
Ervin, Janet 135
Eubank, Keith 84, 155, 190
Evans, Joseph 84, 135
Evans, Stacie.... 13, 21,59, 155, 182
helped the new stu-
dents get used to Eu-
Fabert, Christina 61, 108
Fall Play 34
Fannin, Chhstopher 119
Farrell, Shannon 135
Farrow, Shaquita 155
Faulisi, Matt 188
Felden, Paul 73, 119, 192
Felice, Kelly 135
Fell, John P 92
Fenick, Nichole 109
Fenick, Thomas 135
Ferenac, Alice 17, 18, 42, 53, 54,
155, 168, 179, 182,219
Ferlito, Ken 30, 33, 94
Ferrahni, Fernanda 135
Ferrate. Melissa 119
Fette, Rosalie 94, 197
Fifolt, Laura 61, 69, 119
Fifolt, Matthew 155
Finotti, Dana 61, 69, 109
Fiorille, Jason 88, 109
First, Susan 44, 94, 200
Fisher, Ray 188
Fisher, Terrell 109
Fisher, Tshombe 135
FitzGerald, Allison 71, 109
Flament, Gale 94
Fletcher, Kelly 109
Flick, Gabriele 119
Focareto, Kelly .41, 52, 57, 119, 123,
Fogarty, Michele 43, 86, 135, 189
Fonovic, Janet. .2, 40, 41, 48, 52, 89,
116, 119, 122, 176,219
Football Cheerleaders 60
Fording, Michael 119, 188
Fording, Thomas 135
Foster, Latrina 30, 155
Fowler, Jane 97
Fowler, Matthew 109
Fox, Audree 93
Fox, Jamie 109
Francetic, Bhan 37, 74, 78, 147, 155,
Francetic, Daniel 97
Francis, Amora 191
Franklin, Lorl 30, 119, 135
Frano, Nicole 109
Frano, Stacey 155
Freedman, Holly 97
Freeh, Joshua 25, 32, 119
Freeman, Lindsay 52, 70, 71, 83,
Froom, Terra 15
Fryerson, Rodney 13
Fuduric, Mark 15
Fuduric, Michael 12
Fuhrman, Heidi 25, 28, 32, 13
Furlong, Christian 174, 20
Sirl's soccer made a
over their first year.
Gabrijel, Khstijan 10
Gady, Chad 68, 135, 19
Gady, Kevin 56, 68, 12 ;
Gage, Quanita 15
Gallon, Christie 16, 45, 155, 17:
Galloway, Patricia 56, 13
Galloway, Trisha 3
Galosi, Ed 19
Gannon, Thomas 86, 13
Gannon, Timothy 41, 68, 15'
Ganser, Dawn 10
Ganser, Jason 12
Gardner, Dreama 10 :
Gardner, Tammy 12 '
Garlauskas, Markus 10 ;
Garza, Maha 9j
Gaspersic, Erika 12
Gast, William 12|
Gates, Barbara 9j
Gavin, Lisa 45, 59, 15)
Geddes, Elizabeth 41, 13i
Geiger, Khstina 41, 60, 89, 10
Geiger, Melissa 12
Geisweidt, Jennifer 18|
Genovese, Nicole 60, lOi
Gentile, Richard 73, 101
Gerich, Meigan 10 '
Gessler, Lynn 195, 19:
Gezann, Karen ...25, 28, 52, 58, 10'
Gibaldi, Michael 13
Gibbons, Betsy 6
Gibbons, Catherine ...29, 51, 68, 10
Gibbons, John 68, 9
Gibbs, Tomeka 40, 41, 42, 44, 5;
Gibson, Wendy 10
Gilbert, Kirk 155, 201, 20;
Gilliam, Melaney 30, 10
Gillyard, Carlos 23, 25, 28, 12
Girl's Basketball 8
Girl's Track 19
Glavan, Beckie 71, 10
Glavan, Stacey 7
Glavan, Stacie 8, 40, 79, 12.
Glavin, Stacie 18 ;
Glenn, Raychelle 2
Glowacki, Aileen 29, 51, 71, 10
Gochneaur, Christy 17
Codec, Jamie 12
Godina, Joe 18
Dear Little Leah.
You have brought so much joy
into our lives. Best wishes and
much happiness always.
Mom Harry. Sean, Kim and
jodina, Robert 135
3olinar, Kristen 198
Sombos, Brigitta 19, 155
3omez, Marcus 190
3ood, Margaret ...29, 51, 58, 75, 109
3ood, Paula 25, 28, 51, 58, 135
Sooding, Bill 91, 97
3oodman, Brandon 109
3ordon, Charles 135
3ordon, Clarence 135
Sorjup, Desiree 109
Sorman, Kevin 120, 188
3orman, Michael 52, 135, 142
3oulde, De Juan 80, 109
3rady. Brendan 109
Sraham, Kathleen ....29, 52, 75, 109,
Sraley, Aaron 175
3ranito, Jeffrey 25, 28, 131, 135
3ranito, Kevin 135
3ranito, Scott 109
Sranito, Todd 30
Srant, Jason 120
Srant, Orlando 135
3ray, ll<eira 157
3ray, Jason 79, 120
3ray, Kedric 135
3ray, Kevin 120
3rayer, Michele 120
3rayes, Damian 157
3reen, Eric 157
3reen, Leslie 109
Sreene, Ernest 135
Sreer, Nikeeya 120
SreisI, Ed 97
Srieshammer, Sarah 135
Sriffin, Jennifer 135, 157
Srisard, Jennifer .40, 41, 52, 55, 135
3risard, Pamela 195
3risez, Barry 120, 188
3risez, Dan 192
3roves, Janelle 196
3rundman, Jeffrey 68, 80, 109
3rushcow, Bea 30, 33
Srywalski, Susan 135
3ubitosi, Tom 94, 97
Sudaitis, Angela 29, 52, 135
3ugliotta, Thomas 37, 157
3ustafson, Cynthia 109, 120
3ustafson, Debra 135, 157
3ustafson, Stacy 19, 157
3ustetic, Jason 157
Suttu, Robert 135
3uttu. Steven 78, 136
3uy, Amy 42, 83, 120, 189
Iomecoming was a
time that was en-
joyed by all.
Habat, Pat 97, 200
Haddon, Zinzila 109
Hadyk, Julianne 20, 70, 136
Hadyk, Lauren 71, 109
Haffey, James 136
Haffey, Joshua 120
Haggins, Tyneisha 109
Hagood, Jewel 47, 120
Haile, Jennifer 120
Halbedel, Tom 74, 97
Hall, Alana 136
Hall, Charles 136
Hall, Jennifer 25, 26, 51, 82, 120
Hall, Keely 157,201
Hall, Mario 12, 64, 66, 136
Hamilton, Jacqueline 157
Hamilton, Ken 78
Hamilton, Lesley ...33. 157, 179, 195
Hamilton, Sherika 30, 31, 109
Hammond, Jennifer 109
Hance, Fredrick 109
Hancock, Gregory 2, 120, 136
Hanlon, Jennifer 30
Hanna, Corrie 109
Hannan, Eileen 42, 45, 72, 157, 179,
Harmon, Tammy 157
Harper, La Tassha 109, 120
Harper, Regina 136
Harper Jr., Alfred 120
Harris, Damian 109
Harris, Demetrius 109
Harris, Khyra 30, 31, 109
Harhs, Mauhce 109
Harris, Ronald 120
Harris, Samian 120
Harris, Sue 93
Harris, Tanyanekia 120
Harris, Tremaine 174
Harris Jr., Larry 157
Harrison, Jennifer 136, 157
Harrison, Jonathan 120, 188
Harrison, William ..6, 66, 76, 77, 120,
Harsch, Erin 2, 30, 35, 104, 136, 195
Harsh, Aaron 109
Harsh, Andrew 109
Harsh, Derek 136
Hart, Gregory 136
Hartman, Amanda 41, 136
Hartman III, William 109
Hartmann, Jeff 97, 188
Hartorn, Johnson 79
Hanson, Nyesha 29, 120
Hartson, Paul 157
Hara/ood, Cathehne 97
Haselbusch, Andrea. 21, 29, 59, 136,
Hausen, Dawn 136, 157
Hawkins, Mitchell ..57. 136, 157, 196
Hawley, Vincent 120
Hawthorne, Michael 157
Hayes, Alana 9
Hayes, Monique 28, 157
Good Luck in all you do. Don't
let life throw you a curve.
Mom, John & Vicki
Hayes, Rachael 195
Haynes, Angela 30, 120
Haynes, April 174, 201, 203
Head, Ericka 158
Heard, Khalilah 109
Hegedus. James 109
Heiss, Eric 68
Hejduk, Jennifer 120
Helcberger, Albert 40, 136
Hendrickson, Amy 34, 41, 51, 136
Henry, Susan 19, 52, 136
Henson, Robert 109
Heramb, Michael 68, 109
Heramb, Rob 63, 68, 97, 192, 200
Heramb, Robert 136
Herbert, Scott 76, 109, 158
Herman, Karvarees 120
Hess, David V 136, 174
Hess, David Van 42
Hess, Eric 68
Heuer, Amy 10, 45, 54, 70, 158, 167,
Heuer, Carolyn 97, 200
Hickman, Charlene 30, 120
Hicks, Tiffany 29, 42, 136, 191
Higham, Gregory 76. 130, 136
Higham. Steven 76, 109
Highland, Tiffany ..2, 30, 34, 35, 104,
Hilger, Amy 120
Hill, LaQuitaD 109
Hillier, Catherine 38.41, 136
Hillier, Craig 136
Hinton, Cherie 71, 81, 109
Hinton, Dwayne 109
Hiser, Jennifer 191
HIabse, Mark 120, 136
Hobson. David 120
Hocevar. Anthony 120
Hodder, Amy . 8, 71 , 81 , 83, 1 20, 1 89
Hodder, Jo Anne 97
Hodder, Kelly 189, 196
Hodge, Bryan 43, 158
Hoffart, Tom 97
Hoffert, Frank 97, 200
Hoffman, Matthew 120, 188
Hoffman, Michael 120, 188
Hohs, Miriam 70, 158, 179, 191
Holeman, Marjorie 110
Holiday Play 35
Holland. Joshua 76, 120
Holland. Pravine 110
Hoilingsworth, Dale 102
Hollins, Kenyadus194, 195, 196, 197
Hollins, Twshanaa 31, 110
Hoilis, Annette 41,59, 136, 191
Hollis, Sharon 41, 60, 81, 110
Holloman, Jason 136
Holstein, Dennis 110
Homovec, Richard 97
Hoover, Lisa 110
Hoover, Robert 136
Hopkins, Jessica 57, 71, 120
Hoppert, Deanna 53, 136, 219
Horton, Jeffrey 121
Houle, Michael 30, 110
Hovan, Tamara 136
Howard, Jessica 38, 121
Howard, Latoya 110
Howard, Luciana 110
Howard, Orry 121
Howard, Rashawn 121, 136
Howard, Terry 136
Howell, Carrie 59, 121
Hrastar, Laura 110
Hren, Anthony 28, 32, 36, 37, 88,
Hribar, Mark 136
Hrovat, Jennifer 52, 110
Huddleston. Janet 195
Hudspath, Nicole 121, 136
Humar, James 110
Humbert, Katharine 110
Humbert, Kwanita 136
Humphery, Tilden 33, 45, 136
Hunter, John 158
Hunter, Nigel 110
Hutchins, Amy 18, 30, 60, 121
Hutson, Erin 84
Hutson, Robert 158
Hutton, Char 41
Hylkema, Bnan 110
Indoor track helped the
participants get ready
for the outdoor season.
lacofano. Colleen 110
lannetta, Krista 30, 110
lannetta, Lisa 72, 104, 136
Irby. Valerie 50, 136
Irons, William 110
In/ine, Stuart 110
Isgro, Brian 136
Isreal. Kirk 195, 196
Ivey, Deonna 33, 136
Jobs were something
most students had for
a source of money and
Jablonski, Frank 55, 97, 200
Jackson. Caroline 30, 110
Jackson. Davan 190
Jackson. De Shawn 1 10
Jackson, Dervin 190
Jackson, Kayola 1 1 1
Jackson, Nicole 136, 191
Jackson Jr., Israel 121, 190
Jacob, Arnaud 5, 41, 158, 179
Jaeger, Steve 86
Jager, Steve 86
Jakimowicz, Jessica 17, 30, 136
Jakse, Jeffrey 121
Janez, Cindy 136
Janez, Joseph 121
Janezic, Sonia 25, 26, 27, 51, 121
Jayne, P Neal 136
Jeffrey, Ricky 136
Jenkins, Jason Ill
Jenkins, Richard 92
Jenko, Chhstina 121
Jennings, Solema 121, 191
Jensen, Jesse Ill
Jerele, Dawn 14, 15, 60, 61, 158,
Jeric, Kelly Ill
Jehn, Bill 188
Jernigan, Raeshuan6, 12, 14, 15. 64,
78, 79, 147, 151, 158, 176, 190
Johnson, Chenise 41
Johnson, Christine 158, 179
Johnson, Donald 121
Johnson. Ebony 30
Johnson, Jacinda Ill
Johnson, Kevin 137
Johnson, Lanesha 59, 158, 179
Johnson, LaTanyia 121
Johnson, Lillian 30, 31, 158
Johnson, Melinda 121
Johnson, Nicole Ill
Johnson, Ralph 30, 142
Johnson, Sandra 30, 137
Johnson, Shenise 25. 26, 121
Johnson, Stacie ...41, 45, 48. 53, 59,
Johnson, Tanya 30
Johnson. Tenesia 42, 121
Johnson, Tomoro 137
Jones. Amont 137, 158
Jones. Ayonna 57, 158, 179, 191
Jones. Brand! 31, 111
Jones. Jason 121
Jones. Joel 121
Jones. Kisha .25, 26, 45, 48, 59, 121
Jones. Latisha 121
Jones. Robbin 36, 158, 179
Jones. Shanatai 179
Jones. Shantai 45, 158
Jones. William 20, 137
Jones, Yolanda 121
Jordan, Brian 84, 137, 190
Jordan, Pamela 41, 61, 69, 121, 123,
Jordan, Scott 137, 188
Jordan, Tumika 137
Jorz. Angela 158, 179
Journey, Joseph 121
Joyce, Peter 130, 137, 188
Juengel, Benjamin 158
Juengel, Don 188
Junda, Elycia Ill
Jurgensen, Monique ....45, 158. 168,
Key Club was an orga-
nization that helped
throughout the year.
Kadras, Connie 60, 179
Kadras, Konstantina 61. 137, 161
Kale, David 52, 161, 179, 201
Kale, Sarah 30.31,52, 111
Kane, Caroline 161
Kaprosy. Mamie 137
Karaba, Dennis 137
Karaba, Fred 161
Karabinus. Joseph 137, 188
Karabinus, Michael 194. 195
Karnak. Carolyn 52, 121, 127
Kascak, Jennifer 60, 121, 189
Katona, Joyce 97
Kausek, Leslie 1 1 1
Kavcic, Erica Ill
Keffer, Jessica 121
Kehn, Jan 97
Keller, Jennifer 1 1 1
Kelley, Jim 97
Kelly, Bryan 79
Kelly, Jeffrey 121
Kelly, Tenisha 121
Kemp, Antoine 30, 121
Ketchum, Kevin 25, 28, 121
Ketchum, Mark Ill
Kidd. Tyreal 137
Kilbane, Molly 121
Kilgore, Chastity 137
Killion, Mark 121, 188
King, Anne 33, 54, 148, 161, 179,
King, Harry 97
King, Monolito 137, 161
King, Montoyia 121, 137
King, Stacey 42, 137
Kinison, Heather Ill
Kinkopf, Christopher Ill
Kiral, Mary 121
Kish, Kristin 52, 55, 58, 121, 197
Klann, David 137
Kleckner, Casey 25,28, 121, 137
Klein, Ellen 46,97
Kletecka, Christopher 20, 80, 121,
Klocker, Kevin 68, 69, 111
Knaack, Steve 76
Knight, Hoyet 137
Knirnschild, Stephanie 161
Knistautas, Lynda 55, 161, 179
Knuth, Robert 92
Kobe, John 147, 161, 172, 179
Kocher, Lisa 110
Kochis, Jessica 4, 40, 41, 52, 69,
116, 121, 126, 176, 219
Koenig, Ingrid 94, 97
Koenig, Jeanne 93
Koepp, Khstina 121
Koerber, Melissa 71, 111
Koeth, Angela 106, 111
Kohanski, Sally 70
Kohanski, Sarah 137
Kohanski, Timothy .73. 86, 161, 179,
Kohler, Daniel 161
Kollar, Karen 137
Korb. David 137
Kotonski, Kristen 41, 137
Kovac, Karly 43, 161,201,204
Kovacevich, Mark 161, 179, 188, 201
Kovatch, T Brad 121
Kovic, Lyie 32
Kovit, Zackery Ill
Kracheck, Joseph 137
Kramer, Barbara E 92
Kramer, Elizabeth 46, 111
Kravcheck, Mary 60
Kreischer, Lisa Ill
Kristoff, Jeffrey 20, 68, 127, 161
Kucinski, Alexandra 69, 111
Kugel, Marlene 111
Kuhen, Sara 30, 35, 59, 121
Kukia, Denise 137
Kulcsar, Christopher 140
Kunchic, Laura 137
Kunes, Mary 3, 25, 26, 27, 28, 75,
121, 126, 191, 194
Kusa, Michelle 161
Kwiatkowski, Mark 146, 161
ajj^ earning is an activity
^r that is important
^Bj^ throughout a person's
La China, Angela 121
La China, Stacy 121, 137
La Russo, Daniel 121
Ladovich, Stephan 84, 121, 190
Lake, Doraja Ill
Lake Jr., Jimmie64, 76, 77, 156, 161,
Lamadue., Arle 189
Landry, Felicia 181
Lane, Gemini 111
Lange, Jeremy 52, 68, 161, 179, 192
Lanzaretta, Matthew 161
Lapuh, Gwendolynn ...14, 15, 53, 61,
72, 116, 124,219
Lapuh, Jeffrey 52, 137, 192
Latine, Jeffrey 124
Laurich, Anthony 1 1 1
Lausche, Robin ...23, 25, 28, 51, 111
Laush, Johnny 47, 124
Lauver, Deanna Ill
Lavender, Lateke Ill
Lawrence, Christina ..41, 43, 51, 137
Lawrence, David A 92
Lawrence, Eric ....137, 161,201,204
Lawrence, Janelle 1 1 1
Lawson, Akema 1 1 1
Lawson, Shaun Ill
Leach, Melissa 40, 124
Leasure, Dustin 111
Leben, Shawn 124
Lederer, Corey 137
Lee, Michael 54, 162, 179
Lee, Mike 45, 52, 54
Leilis, Jane 97, 200
Lemieux, Bob 86
Lemieux, Matthew. .86, 87, 130, 137,
Lemieux, Robert ...12, 13, 14, 15,36,
86, 162, 179, 182, 190, 197
Leonardi, Joanne 137
Leonard!, Joe 188
Lepley, Jennifer 124
Lesefky, Erin Ill
Lewin, Joy 189, 197
Lewis, Brian 111
Lewis, David 1 1 1
Lewis, Letia 124
Lewis, Narieka 31, 124
Lewis, Tameka 124
Lidrbauch, Joan 97, 200
Lin, Shu-Hui 162
Linderman, Joan 97
Lindic, Amy 25,27,34, 111, 124
Linn, Benjamin 124
Lishing, Susan 43, 162
Little, Jason 137
Little, Robin 124, 192
LoConti, Dawn 34,53, 111,219
Lockett, Rashanda 60, 124
Loew, Adam 1 1 1
Lohn, Robert 76, 137
Lomac, Mary 52, 97, 200
Lombardo, George 1 1 1
Lombardo, Vincent 86, 111
Long, Debra 194, 195
Long, Jason 124
Long, Tim 194, 19
Longbrake, Patrick 17
Longbrake Jr., Patrick ....74, 84, 16i
Longshaw, Colleen 35, 11
Longstreth Jr., David 52, 12
Lorber, Eric 11
Loveless, James 13
Lowe, Jree 13
Lowe, Ken 9
Lowery, Shawn 13
Lucas, Marge 98, 18
Lucas, Matthew 137, 140, 18
Lucido, Christopher 1 1
Ludvik, Emma 13
Ludvik, Joseph 12
Luikart, April . 25, 1 62, 1 79, 1 82, 1 9J ,
Luikart, Sean 12
Luke, Amanda 162, 17]
Lumadue, Arle 9 '
Lunar, Brian 12
Ly, Thang 12
Lynch, Kevin 11
Lynch, Kyle 88, 13
Lyons, Sultan 11
arching Band per-
formed their selec
tions during half
Macek, Jerry 19.
Mack. Antwan 11
Mack, Caroline 11
Macleod, Brian 16i
Madden, Sarah 16!l
Mahle, Christina 12.
Mahovlic, Christian 52, 12'
Maines, Tamara 13'
Majercik, Carle 43, 162, 17'
Malaney, Dana 12-
Malnar, Michael 13'
Malone, Damon 13'
Malone, Karnita 12'
Manburg, Marc 9i'
Mance, Jozefina 45, 16;
Mannarino, Stacy 13
Mansperger, Ellen 23, 25, 28, 41, 47
49,50,52,53,54,56, 162, 179
Marcelli, Caria 16:;
Marcelli, Christina 11
Marcelli, Joe 30, 12'
Marchuk, Jane 17'
Marchuk, Samuel 162, 19'
Marcu, Steven 80, 98, 20i
Marek, Shannon 19
Maria, Bernardo 13i
Marincek, Tracy 19
Mahnelli, Melissa 138, 162, 201, 20-
Mahnelli, Stacey 11
Maroli, Diane 18!'
Marotta, Michael J 11
Linda M. Turchilv
Congratulation.s! We are very
proud of you. Good Luck on
everything you plan to do.
Mom. Steven, Grandma &
Vlarron, Nathaniel 25, 28, 37, 47, 138
Vlarsh, Kathy 98, 200
Vlarteletti, Tatiana ....5, 6, 18, 41, 52,
53, 84, 130, 138, 162, 180, 182, 191,
Vlartiletti, Tati 176
\yiartin, Bonika 57, 162, 180, 182
\/lartin, Monique 124
^/lartincic, Anthony 86
\/larunowsl<i, Aubrey 1 1 1
^/larunowski, Kelly 43, 162
^/larusic, Anthony 68, 162, 180
^/larusic, Joseph 124
(/lasek, David 124, 192
\Aasek. Jennifer 43, 162, 180, 182
^/lason, Michael 124
^/lasterson, James 163, 180, 195
i/lasterson, Katie 111
i/Iathis, Tommie 181
i/latko, Allan 98
i/latlock. Tiffany 124
i/lattson, Angelyn 40, 52, 111
i/laurer, Kimberly 30, 111
i/laurer, Margaret 30, 45, 59, 163,
176, 180, 182,201,204
i/laxwell, Brian 1 1 1
i/laxwell, Charles 138, 194, 195
i/laxwell, Ricky 124
i/lay, Patrick 138, 188
\/laynard, Jason 124
i/lazar, Maria 124
i/lazzei, Lillian ....52, 56, 70, 71. 138,
>01 , 204
i/lc Cants, Altonio 43, 78, 138
i/lcCarthy, Kevin 124, 188
i/lc Cartney, Kevin 124
*/lc Closkey, Dina 138
i/lcClure, Lura 112
i/lc Cluskey, Thomas 163
i/lcCoy, Angelo 112
»/lc Coy, Antone 124
i/lc Coy, Tameka 124
»/lcCray, D'Hiati' 124, 196
i/lcCreight, Jason 21, 40, 59, 73,
i/lcCreight, Jennifer 25,28, 112
i/lcCreight, Selena ...30, 31, 79, 124
i/lc Crone, Joseph 7, 1 7, 21 , 73, 1 60,
163, 180, 182, 188,219
\/lc Cune, Shona 89, 112
i/lc Dougal, Rashaun 25, 26, 28, 124
i/lc Duffle, Shannon 163
i/lc Ewen, Sharon 124
i/lc Ghee, Deliska 195
I/lc Ginnis, Lakisha 112
i/lc Griff, Latonia 30, 124
i/lc Guckin, Sean P 46, 124, 138
i/lcGuinnes, Michael 163
i/lc Guinness, Bill 4
i/lc Guinness, Catherine ..71, 82, 83,
i/lc Guinness, Katie 19
i/lc Guinness, Michael 41, 44, 180
Mc Guinness, William 199, 218
Mc Kay, Christopher 138
Mc Kee, Justin 6, 68, 138
Mc Kinney, Darnea 6, 66, 79, 124
Mc Laughlin, Judy 98, 200
Mc Michael, Jewvon 78, 79, 163
Mc Millan, Michael 112
Mc Neill, Michael 86, 87, 138, 188
McLaughlin, Robert 92
Medak, Anthony 112
Meden, Lori 71, 82, 83, 112
Meden, Stacey 9, 52, 82, 138
Meden, Stacy 21,70, 82,83, 140,
Medlen, Brian 1 12
Medved, DaiA/n55, 72, 163, 167, 180,
Medved, Tina 138
Medvick, William 92
Meeks, Christopher 138
Meeks, Dameon 112
Meeks, Gary 57, 78, 80, 163, 190
Meier, Nicole 8, 71, 124
Melaragno, John 138
Mellen, Edie 98, 194
Melnyk, Jennifer 195, 196, 199
Melton, Lorrie 112
Melton, Rhonda 124
Memories Divider 196
Meros, Angela 112
Meros, Danno 2, 76, 163, 180
Merril, Timothy 138
Merritt, Christopher 124
Meyers, Carol 98
Meyers, Maureen 42, 163, 180
Meyers, Michael 124
Meyers, Scott 182
Mezzacappa, Christopher 112
Miceli, Carlo 112
Miceli, Mary Jane 98
Michael, Tina 138
Miezin, Megan 30, 112
Mihalic, Daniel 112, 138
Mihalic, Kathy 70, 71
Mihalic, Kristen 9, 52, 70, 83, 104,
Mihalic, Margaret 82, 83, 112
Mihalic, Margy 71, 81
Mihalic, Meredith .... 17, 70, 152, 163,
180, 182, 189
Miklavcic, Angela .51, 58, 71, 82, 83,
Miklowski, Janeen 40, 24
Milavec, Erin 112
Milicevic, Mark 112
Miller, Cecilia.... 2, 43, 52, 57, 70, 71,
130, 138, 140
Miller, Demarco 125
Miller, Douglas 112
Miller, Jane 138
Miller, Raymond 86, 125
Minach, Diane 98
Mingle, Brent 86, 138, 188
We love you. We are very proud
to have a daughter as dear as you.
You are very special to us, and we
love you with all our heart. Our
love for you will always be near.
Love, Mom and Dad
Minich, Christine ...30, 163, 180, 183
Miocic, Paul 175
Miocic, Suzanna 125
Miranda, Courtney 138
Miranda, David 112
Miranda, Rosalyn . 3, 52, 53, 61 , 1 1 6,
Miskinis, Aldona 98
Mitcham, Rochelle 112
Mitchell, Chandrielle 163
Mitchell, Lynnette 18, 30, 31, 112,
Mitchell, Monesha 31, 163
Mlac, Christie 152, 163, 180,201,
Model U. N 44
Mogyorody, Patricia 3, 25, 26, 33,
163, 167, 175, 180, 183
Molakakis, Christopher 125
Monge, Melanie 138
Monroe, Tigie 57
Montagner, Julie . . 1 4, 20, 21 , 30, 41 ,
42, 45, 52, 54, 59, 70, 163, 189, 196,
Montani, Ray 98
Montgomery, Michael J 84, 138
Mooney, Ben ....9, 25, 28, 32, 37.51,
Mooney, Benjamin 125
Moore, Debra 125
Moore, James 112
Moore, Joseph 112
Moore, Priest 163
Moore, Shannon 58, 125
Moore, Thomas 138
Moore, Tia 125
Morgan, Rebecca 163
Moriarty, Timothy 112
Morris, Carrie 130, 138
Morris, Gregory 112
Morris, Herbert 165
Morris, Katie 58, 98, 101,200
Morris, Rayond 86, 165, 180, 192
Morris Jr., Jeffrey 125, 188
Morrison, Hallie 43, 165
Morrison, Jim 112
Morrison, Terrance 138
Mosby, Todd 112
Moses, Michelle 84, 112
Moses, Stephanie 142
Motiejunas, Regina 40, 112
Moushey, Martin 165, 188
Mowell, Brian 125
MoiA/ell, Shawn 105, 131, 138
Moyer, Brian 138
Moyer, Kelly ...14, 15,25,28.51,89,
Mueller, John 138
Mukavetz, Michael 73, 112
Mulaney, Dana 190
Mulhall, Heather 51
Mullins, Avery 112
Munici, Nicole 138
Muscarella, Kathy 191
Muzinic, Elizabeth 30, 35, 41, 42,
Myles, Wendy 165, 180, 182
Mytrosevich. Catherine 112
Mytrosevich, Lisa 30, 138, 165
brought current infor-
mation to the student
Nadvornik, Shannon 125
Nagode, Meghan 51, 112
Nagode, Melissa 58, 138
Nagy, Michael .84, 85, 165, 180, 190
Nainiger, Daniel 112
Nainiger, William 125, 190
Naro III, James 125, 188
National Honor Society 54
Neal, Maria 125
Negrelli, Jolie 43, 165
Nehrig, Sarah ...2, 30, 34, 40, 42, 57,
89, 138, 195
Nesbett, Andrew 112
Neurohr, Christopher 112
Neurohr, Jeremy 138
Newell, Kevin 125
Newsom, Eric 138
Newsome, Andrew 6, 68, 165
Newsome, Brian 46, 112, 147
Newsome, Julie Ann 112
Nickell, Heather 69, 81, 112
Nickell, Laura 52, 56, 60, 61, 165,
Nicolosi, Mark 112
Nicolosi, Stephen 138
Niebes, Carole 98
Nielsen, Margaret 98
Niemann, Shaunda 125
Nocera, Michael 125, 188
Nolan, Chet 64
Nolan, John 188
Nolden, James 112
Norman, Carl 112
Norman, Carmeesha 112
Norman, Takia 138
Norris, Adam 138
Norton, Christopher 33, 138, 165,
Norton, William 112
Nosan, Joseph 86, 188
Nosan, Mary 138
Nosse, Larry 190
Novae, Kenneth 204
Novak, Kenneth 20, 21, 38, 165, 201
Novak, Kory 125, 188
Novak, Laura 71, 112
Novak, Marie 165
Novickis, Rick 179
Nowosielski, James 139
Nugent, Michael 139
pen House gave the
parents a chance to
talk with their
' student's teachers.
O'Brien, Daniel 125
O'Brien. Janet 125
O'Connor, Nick 125
O'Hara, Trisha 60, 112
O'Keefe, llese 42, 125
O'Neill, Martin 10, 139, 188
Olszewski, Laurie 125, 195
Olympiad, Science 48
Orazen, Meghan 61, 112
Orbanic, Doloris 112
Orgovan, Matthew. ..42, 52, 139, 188
Orlando, Marc 112
Oroz, Helena 44,52, 59, 72, 139,
Orsulic, Silvia 165, 201, 205
Osredkar, Diane 125
Osredkar. Michael 112
Ostrander, Carrie 165, 183
Ostrander, William 112
Prom is a time where
students like to show
off their clothes.
P. A. Announcers 36
Padavick, April 125
Padavick, Sherry 139
Pae, Steven 125
Pagonis. Despina 139
Palla Riva, Domenic 112
Palmer, Laquita 139
Papo, Nicholas 139
Papo, Ricky 35, 113
Papp, Erika 139
Parey, Christine 42. 89, 125, 190
Parey, Melissa 25, 26, 42, 51, 54, 58,
89, 165, 167, 175. 180, 183
Parise, Cara 2, 43, 69, 104, 139, 191
Parisi, Nicole 113
Parker, Cindy 125
Parnne DeAngelo, Sally 194
Parsons, William 34, 139, 188
Paskert, Joan 45, 98
Pasquale. Ben 92. 183
Patel, Minalben 125
Patouhas. Leonidas 125
Patrick. Shevaughn 125
Patterson, Charles 51, 125, 168
Patterson, Katherine ....7, 24, 25, 26,
28,29,51,53,56, 165, 168, 175,
Patterson, Nicole 165
Patton. Damon 165
Paul, Judy 98
Pavicic. Paul 80, 113
Pawlowski. Adam 98
Payne. Sarah 30, 139
Peacock, Bobby 113
Peacock, Chamika 139, 191
Pearson, Pepe 12, 30. 64, 78, 98,
131, 139, 190
Pearson, Raeshaun 6, 190
Pecnik, Renee 3, 41, 125
Pedersen, Patti 92
Peer Tutors 42
Pekol, Julie 82. 165. 182
Pekol, Nancy 71. 83, 110, 113
Pelz, Joshua 139
Penny, Lynnette 25
Penny, Teresa 166
Pennyman. Anitra 105
Peoples, Bryan 64, 84, 166, 190
Peoples, Latosha 113
Peppercorn, Dr. Donald 126
Peralta. Christine 125
Peredne, Irma 125
Perez, Frank 92
Perez, Jo-Rita 98
Perme, Raymond 166
Perovsek, Christopher 175
Perry, Joseph 139, 188
Perry, Lynnette 26. 29. 83, 139
Perry. Scott 125, 188
Perusek, Adam 113
Pesek, Chris 68
Pesek. Gregory 68, 125
Peters, Matthew 139
Peterson, De Mario 125
Petrasko, Jason 52, 142, 166
Petrick, Kimberly 60
Petrik, Deborah 98
Petrik, Karl 166
Petrik, Kimberly 113
Petrovic, Robert 98, 200
Petrowski, Brian 139
Petrowski, Melissa 125
Petterson, Michael ..31. 64, 166, 190
Pettit, Matthew 113
Petty, Angela 113
Pfahl, Ben 190
Pfahl, Devanie 139
Pfahl, Nicholas 76, 113
Pfeifer, Scott 139, 201
Phillips, Gina 61, 113
Phillips, Lakisha 84, 113
Phillips, Nicole 139
Phillips II, Nathaniel 28, 31, 139
Phillips Jr., Alphonzo 139
Phillis, Jason 188, 196
Phipps. Karen 195
Phoumyyoth, Soulydeth 113
Picard, Danielle 125
Picozzi, Jennifer 43, 166
Pierce, Justin 139
Pierce, Lakesha 139, 166
Pierce, Rachel E ..8, 52, 71, 89, 125,
Pignatiello, Roy 66, 82, 98. 200
Pike. Lisa 71,81, 113
Pikus. Catherine 125, 189
Pikus, Katie 61
Pikus. Michael 113
Pikus. Rachel 166
Pinzarroni, Christina 189
Pirich, Brent 113
Pittman, Tiruss 125
Pla, Sally 98
Play, Fall 34
Play, Holiday 35
Podboy Jr., James 113
Poderzay, Jennifer 125
Podmore, David 74, 166, 190
Podmore, Debbie 41, 59, 69, 130,
Polis, Vallery 113
Pollard, Tameka 139, 166
Pomiecko, Ginger ....52, 54, 55, 166,
Pope, Jason 131, 139
Popovic, Sean J 166
Popp, Angelina 43, 166
Porch, Joaneice 113
Post, Jessica 125
Potokar, Wendy 2, 70, 98, 102
Powalie, Melissa 12, 14, 15, 59, 166,
175, 182, 195,201,205
Powaski, Ronald 98
Powell, Anthony 139
Powell, Timothy 139
Powers, Don 113
Praznovsky, Kristy 113
Prejean, Suzanne 113
Presot, Jim 43, 68, 91, 98
Prestigomo, Robert 113
Preston, William 28, 32, 125
Price, James 73, 125
Primosch, Lisa 30, 78, 139
Proctor, Kendra 113
Prodan, Nino 40, 139
Przybysz, Christopher 175
Puglia, Christine 60, 84, 190
Pupo, Winny 113
Pursley, F Jason 166
Keaching for a goal
should be important
for every student.
Radachy, Karen 191
Radolovic, Paul 40, 113
Raia, Anthony 113
Raicevich, Mike 73, 98, 182
Rainey, Rosalyn 31, 113
Ramey, Theresa 113
Ramlow, Barbara ..5, 22, 41, 98, 200
Ramlow, Robert ....84, 101, 190, 200
Ramos, Angela 113
Ramsey, Tanisha 113
Ransaw, Nakia 45, 166
Rasheed, Ameenah 71, 84, 113
Ray, Kacie 43, 46, 139
Raymond, Carey 110, 113
Reagen, Daniela 128
Reaves, Ericka 113
Redden, Ronnie 76
Reed, Melanie 29, 128
Reed, Michelle 194, 195
Reed, Willie 64, 139
Reese, Janoris 128
Reichert, Robert 166
Reichman, Adam .64. 166. 188, 201,
Reidel, Denise 195
Reiter, Ericia 113
Reksten, James 139
Renfroe, Kory 128
Renftle, David 113
Reno, Charles 101, 103
Repko, Allison 41, 59, 69, 139
Repko, Amy 72, 116, 128,219
Respress, Derrick 80, 113
Rettger, Laura 45, 128
Revilla, Douglas 80, 113
Rezolla, Mike 64
Rhodes, Lisa 139
Richardson, Wyley 139
Richardt, Chnstopher J 128
Richmond, Wendy 166, 180, 182
Riedel, Denise 191
Riek, Stephen 48, 52, 128
Riggar, Christopher 169
Riha, Michael 30, 50, 169, 201
Ringfield, Walter 113
Rios, Rosanna 128
Risko, Deborah 189
Roberts, Alana ..25,28,31, 113, 146
Roberts, Ann 101
Robinson, Jill 113
Robinson, Nickeesha 113
Rocquemore, Cherese 31, 113
Rodriguez, Joe 101
Rogers, Renee 113
Rogers, Robert 128, 188
Rogers Jr., Wilson 139
Rogonjic, Mate 16£
Rogonjic, Stjepan 1151
Roll, Robert 52,88, 175 1
Rollins, Edward 13£
Rosberg, Robert 113
Rose, Kenneth 36, 169, 182, 183
Rose. Mary 101
Roster, Lori 8S
Roth, Eric 169
Roth, Mark 113
Roth, Paul 74, 16S|
Rowe, Amanda 72, 169, 201, 205 j
Rozic, Tony 86, 139, 14cl
Rucker, Ronald 128|
Rudder, Debbie 101 '
Rudy, Tim 188'
Ruggeri, Anne 195'
Rusack, Kevin 139'
Russ, Kyle. 43, 61,69, 104, 139, 189'
Russo, Dominic 113|
Russo, Joyce 101 '
Russo, Michael 1281
Russo, Tony 93'
Rutti, Timothy 128'
Rychlik, Melissa 169, 18C
occer players got
their kicks by boot-
ing a ball around.
Sabel, Kimberly ...169, 180, 182,202
Sabo, Stephanie 113
Sabur, Esau 175
Sacko, Liesel 43, 60, 139
Sadler, Andrew ... 169, 180, 202, 205
Sadler, Angela 57, 69, 128, 189, 219
Sadowsky, Joyce ^0V
Sakatch, Joseph 175;
Sakatch, Rebecca 43, 60, 138|
Salisbury, Christina 40, 52, 128'
Sallach, Fred 101
Salopek, Joseph 73, 84, 169, 18C
Salupo, Marie 30, 51, 75, 113
Salupo, Mamie 195
Salvatore, Alicia 46, 139
Samsa, Jason 25, 28, 142
Sanborn, Sandy 101,20C|
Sanderson, James 142|
Sarpolis, Lauren 52, 1421
Sas, James 12, 54, 64, 66, 169, 188 '
Sas, Jessica 71, 113
Sas Jr., James T 202,205'
Sattler, Greg 101 1
Saunders, Paris 142!
Sawyer, Damion 113
Sawyer, Sandy 142
Saywell, Kim 3C
Scaife, Heather 48, 142
Scarniench, John 30, 128, 195
Scerbovsky, Steven 11c
Scheurman, Keith 19£|
Congratulations. I am so very
proud of you. I wish you success
and happiness always.
Scheurman, Lauren ...20, 58, 60, 61,
Schiavoni, Maria 71, 128, 189
Schill, Kevin 142
j Schilling, Jennifer 142
Schmeling, Bette 54, 101, 200
Schmidt, Kim 191
Schneider, Terese M 43, 86, 142,
Schniegenberg, Christopher 113
Schossler, Cheryl 101
Schoval, Kim 30, 31,61, 128, 189
Schroder, Christopher 113
Schultz, Donata 38, 101
sSchultz, Heather 45
Schultz, Kathleen 114
iSchultz, Kimberly 43, 60, 142
ISchultz, Tammi 142
Schuiz, Dennis 21
|;Schulz, Dustin 169
chuiz. Heather 48, 128
ichulz, Lindsey 128
ichumer, Nicole 89, 114
tehuster, Kenneth ..74, 84, 128, 190
Schwartz, Helene...20, 69, 127, 128,
Schwenke, Pete 101, 191
Scoggan, William 90, 92, 97
iScott, Carissa 29, 58, 128, 191
jScott, Randall 1 14
|Scott, Samuel 114
'Seawright, Samuel 43, 78, 142
Sederholm, Seth 48, 128
■ISedmak, Edward 44, 169
iSedmak, Tom 195
Sedmek, Kristina 114
jSegulin, Mickey 38, 101
Seitried, Nicholas 51, 168, 188
Selvaggio, Nick 90, 101
iSen, Anton 169
ISenger, Gary 142
! Senior Awards 197
'Senior Divider 146
Senior Prom 198
Senior Talent Night 196
Seper, Victor 169, 180
Sergo, Christina 142
jSergo, Lino 114
Sergo, Patricia 128
Serra, Paul 12, 101, 188,200
jSeverino, Janet 101
Seymour, Ron 92
Shamp, James 64, 84, 169, 190
jShamp, Jim 84
j Shank, Mary 69
jShantery, Bryan 43, 169, 180
Sharp, Carrie. ...9, 28, 29, 32, 40. 51,
Sharp, La Resha 128
iSharp, Laura 101
Sharpe, Carrie 25
Sharpe, Katrina 29, 82, 83, 128
Sharpe, Trina 82
Shaw Jr., Brent 114
Shea, Kelly 128, 189
Sheck, Michael 101
Shock, Patricia 28, 142
Sheck, Patty 25, 104
Sheesley, Brenda 169
Sheesley, Maarlena 114
Shelton, Christie 142
Shenk, Mary 69, 128
Shepherd. Theodore 143
Sheridan, Elaine 101, 200
Sheridan, Paula 101
Sherrod, Alicia 114
Shields, Anthony 170
Shields, Jeffrey 114
Shields, Jodi 30, 128, 190
Shippitka, Melanie 3, 59, 60, 89. 128,
Sholtis, Matthew 170
Shore Center Barber & Style Shop
Short, Deshaun 76, 77, 170
Short, Shawn 57
Shrader, Rebecca 143
Shuskey, Chad 80, 114
Shuskey, Todd ...33, 34, 36, 59, 168,
170, 176, 183, 194, 195, 197, 202,
Shy, Dorian 143
Sidak, Colleen 114
Sidhu, Jeremy 1 14
Siedler, Ronald 73, 170, 180, 188
Siefried, Nicholas 128
Simenc, Jennifer 167, 170
Simmons, Gregory 88, 143
Simpson, Jim 101
Sims, Shavonne 114
Singleton, Dina 1 14
Siplock, Amanda 28, 58, 128
Siplock, Nathan 38, 170, 180
Skandul. Mario 170
Skrab. Suzanne 45, 50, 170, 180.
Skuly, Nicole 143
Slade, Renee 114
Slade Jr., Richard 68, 79, 128
Slamic, Steven 114
Slaughter, Dwayne 170
Slaughter, Kenneth 114
Slaughter, Robin 143
Slaughter Jr., Raymel 80, 114
Slaybaugh, Holly ....45, 59, 170, 180,
Slogar, Elizabeth 42, 54, 59, 170.
Slogar, Nicholas 114
Smayda, Emily 194, 195
Smerdel, Kellie 114
Smiaiek, Charles 52, 143, 188
Smiaiek, Jaime 75
Smiaiek, Jamie 52, 75, 114
Smiciklas, Ebon 114
Smith, Alfonso 114
Tenneshia P. Whatley
We know children are a gift
from God. What a special gift
He has given us in you.
Mom and Dad
Smith. Angelic 114
Smith. Antonio 143
Smith, Bob 101
Smith, Bonnie 60, 61, 101
Smith, Brandon 143
Smith, Brenda 25, 28, 32, 114
Smith, Demetnus 143
Smith, Devilin 80, 114
Smith, Donovan 37, 69, 143. 192
Smith. Elaine 25. 143
Smith, Erin 72, 86, 104, 143, 189
Smith, Formeka 114
Smith, Jeffrey 170
Smith, Jennifer 114
Smith, Kelly 71, 81,82,83, 114
Smith, Latonya ....14, 15. 57, 84, 170
Smith, Mathew 114
Smith, Michael 46, 84, 114
Smith, Wayne 47, 101, 114
Snell, William 128
Snitzky, Wayne 128
Soltesz. Frank 101, 190, 200
Soric. Meiko 128
Soutar, Heather 143
Spada, Maria 40. 170
Sparks, Sheldon 143
Speakman, Heather 114
Speakman, Lynda 128
Spencer. Zachary 143
Spiga. Barbara 101
Spivey. Jason 114
Sports Divider 62
Springer. Anthony 131. 143. 188
Springer. Barb 101
Sroka. Steve 134
Stadler. Veronica 102
Stambaugh. Eric 114
Stanic, Kurt 3, 92, 199
Stanton, Tachara 114
Starling, Ramon 143
Stauffer, Marc 28, 47, 128
Steele. Lisa 52, 72
Steele, Lisabeth 143
Steele's Garage 1 10
Steelman, Olen 128, 190
Stepic. Michael 143
Sterl. Elizabeth 114
Sterl, Joseph 40, 170, 180, 192
Stern, Erin 30, 31, 114
Sterrick, Kevin 37, 143
Stewart. Jacinda 114
Stewart. Latell 114
Stewart. Vanya 143. 191
Stillings. Mark 143
Stitt, Bina B 104, 128, 191
Stobierski Jr., Thomas 114
Stobinski, Judith 102
Stocum. Aaron 143
Stocum. Benjamin 1 14
Strbac. Mark 175
Strbac. Maureen 175
Streiff. Frederick 32.88, 114
Strickland. Carmen 128
Stroberg, Dana 114
Struna, Bonnie .... 170. 180, 183, 202
Strunk, Joseph 33, 128
Stubbs, Laneka 128
Stuber, Amy 128
Student Council 59
Student Council Ad 206
Student Life Divider 8
Students Against Violating the Earth
Suchy, Michelle 70, 71. 143. 191
Sugar. Igor 79, 80. 114
Sukis. Donald 114
Sullivan. Kala 143
Summerfield, Michael 76, 114
Summers, Sir Kimberly 114
Sumpter, Kimberlly 82, 143, 191
Sunoco, Euclid 127
Susnjara, Tony 170
Sustarsic, Angela 170
Sustarsic, Anthony 73, 143
Sustarsic, Paula ..25, 26, 27, 61, 128
Sustin, Michael 102
Sustin, Mike 69, 191
Swain, Devanta 30
Swan, Mark 76, 170
Swearingen. Kimberly 3, 171, 189
Sweet. Joe 188
Swope. Peter 72
Swyt. Michael 88, 89, 128
Sylvia, Luciana 143
Sylvia. Natalie 128
Symphonic Concert Band 28
SztuI, Vincent 171. 188. 202. 211
Talent Night gave stu-
dents an opportunity to
show off their abilities.
Taliaferro. Carlos 114
Tamburrino. Kristen 129
Taplin. Jennifer 114
Taplin. Jill 59, 171, 180. 202
Taylor, Desmond 129
Taylor, Ebony S 31, 38, 60, 143, 191,
Taylor, Latina 129
Taylor, Lawrence 114
Taylor, Mark 24. 28. 32. 171. 180.
Taylor. Trina 42
Taylor Jr.. Ronald 114
Tekavec, Joseph 143
Telich, Courtney 38, 58, 129
Tennis. Boy's 192
Tennis. Girl's 72
Tepley. Matthew 114
Tepley. Robert 84. 143. 190
Termino. Joe 25
Tetter. Jennifer 114
Thomas. Bruce 129
Thomas. Peter 115
Thomas. Renee ...2,43, 60, 61, 104.
Thomas. Robert 143
Thomas. Shawn 68, 171, 180
Thomas, Yolanda 143
Thompson, Andrew 25. 28. 143
Thompson. Becky 189
Thompson, Cheryl 115
Thompson, Darryl L 171
Thompson, Rebecca 45, 171, 180
Thompson, Shaun 64
Thompson, Shawn 7, 64, 76. 77, 171,
180, 190, 197
Thurman. Anitra D 129
Thurman, Anthony 115
Tillinghast, Craig 129
Tilton, Stephanie 102
Timm. James 171
Timmons, James 171, 183
Timmons, Timera 143
Tingley, Steven 86, 87, 143
Tinker. Karin 143
Tisdale, Timil<a N 30, 129
Tizzano, Diane 24, 25, 28, 30, 32.
Tkac, Carol 52, 102
Tobin. Erin 20
Toigo, Joseph 115
Toler. Gene 143
Tolo, Dragen 129
Tolo, Zeljko 143, 171
Tomaro, Frank 171
Tomasi, Lou 84, 85, 191
Tomasic, Monica 191
Tomazic, Brian 57, 143
Tomazic, Monica 57, 75, 84, 171
Tome. Mark 143
Tomino, Joseph 28, 32, 115
Tomsic, Michael ...25, 28. 32. 37, 88,
Tomu, Mark 143
Toney, Aundray 175
Tonn, Rosemarie 102
Torrelli, Chris 48, 102
Torzewski, Doug 64, 142
Torzewski, Douglas 143
Torzewski, Peggy 101, 102, 164
Tot, Aleksandar 129
Toth. Jaime 115
Toth, Michael 143, 171
Touschner, Karen 18, 129
Track. Boy's 190
Track, Girl's 191
Track, Indoor 84
Trap, Vuong (Fran) 115
Tratnik, Christina 48, 60, 129
Travolta. John 115
Trimmer, Scott 171, 180
Trocheck, Jaimeson 129
Trochek, Jaimeson 188
Troy, Kevin 143
Trzcinski, Angela 171
Tucceri, Joseph 76, 1 15
Tucci, Julie 171
Tucker. Naja 144
Tucker, Shaw/n 171, 180
Tufts, Charmaine 115
Tuggle, Tamika 144
Turchik, Linda 19, 171, 189, 202.
Turek. Joanne 171
Turk, Michael 42, 50, 76, 77, 144
Turk, Patricia 102
Turkall, Cori 189, 196
Turkall, Dennis 79. 102, 188
Turner. Dawn 30,31, 115
Turner, Ivy 144, 180
Tyree, Kevin 131, 144
Tyson, Brandon 190
much of their time
thinking about be-
coming a senior.
U, Su Yong 44, 48, 62, 72, 173
Uchbar, Leann2, 21, 57, 70, 71, 141,
144. 191, 196
Udovich, Brian 52, 68, 129
Ujcich, Cynthia ..18, 28, 38, 122, 173
Underclass Divider 104
Urh, Martha 35, 129
Ursich, Gabrielle 173, 180
Usaj, Anton 68, 115
farsity Chorale put on
shows for the students
Valentic, Ivica 173
Van Hess, David 41
Van Ho, Adam. ..24, 25, 28, 144, 192
Van Ho, Tara 25, 26, 115
Van Ho., K. F 92
Van Tilburg, Yolanda 115
Vannarath, Davong 17, 43, 173, 202,
Vanya, Debi 190
Varga, Bozidar 1 15
Vargo, Brian 73, 144, 188
Vargo, Shannon 115
Vargo, Sue 61, 115
Varnju, Bridgette 127, 129
Varsity Chorale 33
Vasconcellos, Beatrix 75, 144
Vaslavsky, Steven 36, 37, 144
Vaughn, Crystal 129
Vencius, Johnny 115
Verch, Anthony 86, 129
Verrocchi, David 115
Vicic, Tammi 25, 58, 104, 144
Vicic, Todd 32
Vidra, Michael 115
Vihtelic, Michael 115
Virant, Denice 159, 173, 182
Voices of New Life Gospel Choir ..31
Voipe, Brenda 58, 115
Von Benken, Bill. ..53, 102, 182, 183,
Von Sick, Amy .... 16, 43, 56, 59, 144,
Vucic, Kresimir 144
Vuyancih, William 78, 79, 144
«orld events influ-
Wagner, David 144
Wagner, Jeanette 144
Wagner, William 144
Wai Napolo 58
Wakkila, Jaime 144
Walczak, Bryan 173
Walczak, Leah 40, 52, 72, 129
Walczak, Michael 40, 59. 73, 144,
Walden, Christana 20
Walden, Kristana 21, 173
Walker, Charles 129
Walker, Mark 115
Walker, Thomas 129
Walker, Tony 192
Wallace, Joseph 129
Wallette, Jodi 89
Wallette, Jody 173, 191
Wallette, Karl. ..75, 89, 126. 129, 191
Walsh. Kathleen .. 173, 180, 183, 202
Walsh, Phyllis 102
Walsmith, Bob 102, 183
Waltermire, Michael ..25, 28, 32, 129
Walters, Elizabeth 25, 26, 129
Walton, Caphecia 173
Wandersleben, Eric 195
Wang, Wendy 194, 195
Ward, Damien 115
Ward, Michael 175
Ware, Damon 144
Ware, Raquel 144
Wargo, Melanie 173
Warik, Kevin 115, 129
Warman, Connie 102, 200
Was, Jennifer 129
Washington, Andrea 81, 129
Waters, Roger 144
Watson, Cory 7,60,81, 115
Weber, Adam 144
Weems, Angel 30, 129
Wein, Margaret 105, 144
Wein, Mary 38, 42, 54, 1 05, 1 31 , 1 73
Welch, Robert 43, 173, 180, 202, 214
Welsh, Cynthia 144
Welsh, Jacquelyn 144, 173
Wenderoth, Michelle 129
Wenderoth, Ronald 144, 188
Wensing, Dan 102
West, A Mark 175
West, Josiah 115
Westphal, Megan 71,89, 115
Whatley, Tenneshia .... 173, 202, 215
Wheeler, Stacie 115
Wheriey, Richard ....40, 48, 102, 200
White, Carrie ....42, 60, 61, 144, 189,
White, Kenya 31, 173
White, LaGina 115
White, Mary 102, 200
White, Tamika 83, 144
Whittaker, Jeffrey 115
Whittaker, Sarah 35, 53, 129, 219
Whittington, Warden 115
Wiggins, Jason 115
Wilburn, Shantee 115
Wiley, Ramone 80
Willet Jr.. James 84,85, 190
Willett Jr., James 129
Williams, Andrea 104, 144, 191
Williams, Anton 43, 173
Williams, Carol 102
Williams, Chenise T 115
Williams, Daleah 129
Williams, Darnell 115
Williams, Jacqueline 115
Williams, Michelle 115
Williams, Rashaan 144
Williams Jr., Billie 129
Williams Jr., Daniel 115
Willingham, Bruce 76, 77, 144
Willis, James 144
Willis, Jonathan 115
Willoughby, Lisa 129
Willrich, Richard 173
Wilson, Amy 55, 144
Wilson, Charles 129
Wilson, Jeremy 86, 115
Wilson, Justin 115
Wilson, Keby 14, 173
Wilson, Kevin 15, 84
Wilson, Melissa ....33, 45, 53, 59, 89,
Wilson, Tenia 20, 144
Wilson, Tina 144
Winton, Heather 115
Wise, Stephen 175
Witczak, Martin ..28, 32, 44, 52, 144,
Witczak, Michael 197
Witt, Michelle 174
Witten, Dannika 129
Witten, Nichole 98, 144
Wittine, Jonathan 115
Woide, Jason 68, 174, 180
Wojdak, Jeremy 38, 54, 131, 174
Wolchko, Jennifer 24, 25, 28, 42, 50,
53, 54, 56, 58, 104, 168, 172, 174,
Wolchko, Margaret 30, 42, 58, 75,
Wolenski, Jennifer 3, 174
Wolenski, Kathleen 129
Wolf, James 129
Wolf, Mary 89, 115
Woodworth, Shannon 115
Wooten, Narketa 31
Workman, Steve 197
Wright, Brandi 55, 115
Wright, Damon 129, 144
Wright, Dana 129
Wright, Martay 144
Wynn, Richard 115'
president takes of-
fice in 1993.
Yanni, Anthony 197
Yocum, Robert 93, 140
Yoe, Bob 190
York, Dick 75, 102, 191
Young, Kathleen 19, 174
Young, Valehe 129
Yurcich, Michael . 1 2, 64, 78, 79, 1 31 ,
too opened the Rain
Forest during the
Fall of 1992.
Zagore, Deborah 129
Zaharija, Denis 144
Zahtila, Melissa 144
Zahursky, Stephen ...43, 78, 80, 140,
142, 144, 188
Zajec, Anita 159, 174, 181
Zakrajsek, Christine 144
Zakrajsek, Janeen 72
Zaiar, Catherine 144
Zdesar, James 78, 79, 144, If
Zdesar, Jeff 78
Zdesar, Joe 80
Zdesar, Joseph 115
Zdrilic, Mariana 45, 174, 181
Zeitz, Adam 115
Zele, Therese 129
Zelenskas, Jennifer 129
Zeman, Gina ....56, 61, 69, 122, 129.
Zemba, Maria 12S
Zevnik, Kristina 81, 115
Zevnik, Terrence 86, 174
Zevnik, Terry 86
Zielinski, Rachel 25, 28, 55, lit
Zivnoska, Christine 3, 25, 26, 27
148, 174, 175, 191, 196
Zorko, Lisa 11J
Zrim, Mark 11J
Zubek, Brett 80, 11J
Zubizarreta, Judy 102, 20C
Zupancic, David 144, 186
Zupancic, Robert 11f
(31 n ^^m^rtam
WILLIAM M. Mc GUINNESS
April 27, 1945--November 29, 1992
Euclid High School from 1970 to 1992
English Teacher 1970-1979
English Department Chairman 1977-1979
Unit Principal 1979-1984
Associate Principal 1984-1986
Supervisor of Curriculum/Vocational Educational 1992
Mr. Mc Guinness' accomplishments were many. As a measure of the man, these accomplishments matched his
actual imposing stature, reflecting his deep love and affection for the students and staff members of Euclid High
School and the citizens of Euclid.
As a resident of Euclid, his adopted city, he encouraged both students and staff members to reach out into the
larger community of the city to show citizens that Euclid High School had a heart big enough to care about all of
Euclid. Whether it was the annual Community Halloween Party for small children, the special matinee perfor-
mances of Big Show for senior citizens, the Christmas holiday plays for second graders, in both parochial and
public schools, the Train Show fund-raisers for train lovers everywhere, the Sports Hall of Fame for the thousands
of Euclid sports fan, or the Senior Citizens Prom, Mr. Mc Guinness had an intimate involvement which ranged from
either initiation of the event or hands-on supervision of the event.
As an educator who tried to bring about worthwhile change, Mr. Mc Guinness' greatest influence was not only on
the intellects of those with whom he came in touch, but on their souls and psyches as well. Those who really knew
him saw a warm and caring person who lived for the benefit of Euclid High School. In his role as principal, and
teacher before that, he came to believe that those who come to this school, either as a student of a staff member,
should have high expectations, having a "reach," in the words of the poet Robert Browning, which exceeds their
"grasp, Or what's a heaven for?"
Mr. Mc Guinness' legacy will be that of a husband, father, educator and friend whose "love is," as Solomon said in
the Old Testament, "as strong as death," a love so strong that it has left a "seal" on the hearts that he touched.
Deservedly, he will be remembered with great fondness and respect.
Mr. Mc Guinness was always involved in the
school's activities whether it was assemblies,
sporting events or anything else. He will be
31 n JH^m^rtam
April 30, 1 976-September 1 2, 1 992
Students and staff members alike experienced shock and sorrow when Krystal died. Her gifts to the
school and to her friends were many, making her loss a difficult one to bear.
Although her personal family grieved deeply, her extended family here at Euclid High School also
grieved. On the first school day after Krystal passed away. Principal Bill Scoggan called for students
and staff member not to struggle with the "whys of such a happening. It is important now that we
provide support for Krystal's family and for each other in this time of emptiness. Krystal's wonderful
contributions to her friends, her family, and her school call on us now to honor her in an atmosphere
Krystal was an eleventh-grade member of the Class of 1994.
T^he staffof the 1993 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 Pictures for
supplying film and processing for the many
pictures that appeared-in the book and for
taking many of the team pictures, senior
and underclass pictures. Josten's Year-
book Company for putting it all together
in such an artistic manner, Jan Kehn for
all the time she spent an-anging photogra-
phy dates and supplying needed materials,
the writers and photographers who con-
tributed their time, and last but not least,
the entire student body at Euclid High
School without which this book could not
TIhe 1992-93 school year is history.
Many interesting and significant
events occun-ed during that time
and the Euclidian tried to cover as many
of them as possible. This was difficult due
to the hmited staff. If we missed some-
thing, we are sorry. We sincerely apolo-
650 copies of the 1993 Euclidian were
printed by the Josten's Printing and
Publishing Division at State College,
Pennsylvania. The book was printed on Gloss
191 paper stock and included 48 pages of full
color. All pages were created using the Aldus
PageMaker * 4.2 program running on a
Macintosh Ilsi computer which allowed a great
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stripped in the photos and produced the final
copy on a Linotronic printer. The cover was
designed by the Josten's Art Department.
Pages were submitted to the plant on five
deadlines; November 9 and 30, January 4,
February 1 and March 1 . All the color pages
had to be in the first deadline since their pro-
duction entails so much work. Since the final
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occurred after that time could be included in
gize for any errors or omissions that oc-
curred in the book but you have to under-
stand this is only a high school publication
and mistakes can happen.
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Patterson, Alice Ferenac, Liz Slogar, An-
gela Sadler, Tomeka Gibbs, Jennifer
Wolchko, Julie Montagner. Joe Mc Crone,
Tatiana Marteletti, Linda Turchik, Marty
Witczak, Carrie White, Abby Ayer, Lisa
Aspin wal 1, S tacie Johnson, Deanna Hoppert.
Akilah Coates, Dan Carlton, Tony Hren,
Maria D'Amico, Mr. Von Benken.
People who helped at least one time:
Alice Ferenac, Katie Patterson. Jennifer
Wolchko, Dawn Lo Conti, Wendy Lapuh,
Rosalyn Miranda, Tatiana Marteletti, Jesica
Kochis, Sarah Whittaker, Akilah Coates,
Dan Carlton, Ki'is Eminger, Amy Repko,
Janet Fonovic, Tomeka Gibbs, Amy Bar-
ber, Mr. Von Benken.
Special Thanks to: Alice Ferenac, Jennifer
Wolchko. Stacie Johnson, Deanna Hoppert,
Tatiana Marteletti, Mr. Von Benken.