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Megan Miezin in the Flag Corps and Majorette. Kim 
Kosovich had a fun day performing at a football game 



Members of the Euclid Marching Band are very involved in school activities and look upon their high school days 
as some of the most memorable ones in their lives. 









Joe Tucceri has enjoyed his days at Euclid by 
studying, wrestlling and playing football and 
baseball. 

Fred Bush drops back and is about to launch a pass 
to his receiver. He is looking forward to many 
enjoyable days at Euclid. 

Dave Johnson holds the ball as Jay Kletecka is 

about to try for an extra point after Euclid scored a 
touchdown. Both of these players should have 
many entertaining days ahead of them at Euclid. 




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Marching Band 

members. Paula Reese, 

Rachel Zielinski, Karen 

Lemieux and Matrika 

Johnson can recall many 

happy moments when 

thinking of all the days 

that they spent playing 

with the band. 




Nikki Barbis, Nicole Genovese, Cory Watson, Denise Witten and Kristal John art 

enjoying the days that they spend together at Euclid. 





Since much of her school day 
revolves around her locker, Carly 
Dillon has decorated hers so it is a 
more enjoyable place to be. 



Flag Corps members. Kendra Proctor, Cuana Newson. Candy Ferguson andi 
spend performing on the football field. 



Courtney 
Strah dribbles 
the ball away 
from a defender 
in order to get it 
closer to the 
goal. The girl's 
soccer team had 
an excellent 
season and the 
days that the 
girls spent on 
the field were 
very produc- 
tive. 





ic look forward to the days that they 




Angela Meros, Beckie 
Glavan, Julie Newsome 
and Ali Kucinski are 

learning how to manage 
the days in the future in 
their Distributive 
Education class. 

Football Cheerleaders, 
Lizzy Domin, Annie Wein, 
Jodi Dominick, Becky 
Hren, Christina Fabert, 
Shona Mc Cune, Gina 
Phillips, Melissa Hoppert, 
Meghan Orazen and 
Ebonie Lane are really 
enjoying the days that they 
spent at Euclid. 

Amber Cogley really 
stretches to serve the ball as 
she has one of many good 
days on the court. 





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Adonai Arruda shows his talent on the soccer field as he takes the ball 
away from his opponent. Adonai will surely remember his days at Euclid. 



Head Football Coach, Tom 
Banc, gives some last 
minute instructions to 
running back, Steve 
Duncan and quarterback, 
John Mc Clain. Athletics 
has made the days at Euclid 
much more pleasant for the 
football players. 



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Student Life Divider 




Marching Band members 

begin the school year early in 

August and have to practice 

during the day and after 

school. They devote much of 

their time to the school. 

Ebon Smiciklas, Stacy 

Lesfeky, Becky Godec and 

Eric Lassiter know that their 

time spent in class is very 

important if they are to 

succeed in the outside world. 



The life of a student was very 
complex. They were always 
trying to balance relationships 
with parents, friends and acquaintances. 
The pressures that students felt from 
other students and friends was very great 
at times. There were also sometimes 
pressures at home which caused the 
students to become less than focused on 
what they should be doing. Some 
students looked to the school as a place 
of stability. There were many activities 
that a person could participate in 
throughout the year. A student's life was 
as busy as they wanted to make it. 




Angela Meros spends much of her time at school 
playing on the tennis team and helping with other 
organizations. 

Megan Coyne enjoys playing on the soccer team so she 
can get good exercise and learn the techniques of the 
sport. 




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Alison Stahre 
relaxes while she 
reads one of her 
books. She realizes 
that reading is a 
very important 
part of her life in 
high school and 
that if she doesn't 
study she will not 
be able to do all 
the things that she 
wants to do. 



Christine Fabert, 
Sharon Mollis, 
Kristina Geiger, 
Isaac Martin and 
Mary Wolf know 
that helping out in 
the offices of 
secretaries like 
Mrs. Jan Mohat is 
a good way to 
learn what is going 
on in the school 
and to help get 
things done. 



Brad Hodge, 
Scott Longazel 
and Tim Long 

know that their 
classes are an 
important part of 
their learning 
experience and 
that they should 
try to do as well as 
possible in all their 
classes. 



Mario I.uush works to keep the ball away from the 
defender so he can get it down the field into scoring 
position. Soccer is a very important part of Mario's life. 



Student Life Divider 




p uc lid students enjoy living 




Molly O'Brian, Alison Stahre, Yuki Shimotsu, Lisa Primosch, and Kristy 

Praznovsky spend much of their life as trainers for the varsity football team. They 

help with all the things that have to get done in order for the team to function on the 

field. 

T.J. Grabianowski, Nicole Genovese, Cory Watson, Don Johnson, and Heather 

kinison fulfill their lives at Euclid High School by performing with Varsity Chorale. 

Every Tuesday and Thursday evening is spent at the high school practicing. During 

the holiday season they put on many performances for the community and other 

Euclid schools. 



Student Life 




AH Kucinski, Julie Newsome, Dolores Orbanic, Heather 

Nickell, Jaina Blackford and Igor Sugar took Distributive 

Education so their lives at Euclid would help them learn more 

about managing a business. 

Scott Longazel, Denny Bosher, Wayman White and Tom 

Heuer and the rest of the football team enjoy their life at Euclid 

because of the enjoyment that they get from playing sports. 





I Renee Latsch, Dana Vance, Tracy Martorello, Michelle 
O'Donnell, Danielle Ladovich, Erin Ryan and Jamie Benak 

enjoy the life of being on the soccer team. 
Simeon Boddie, Dave Giancola and Mike Doyle enjoy the 
I ability to use the computers in the chemistry lab. 
Quiana Ellis, La Quita Hill and Alana Roberts enjoy their 
meals in the cafeteria. 




James Humar, Dwight Schied, Brenda Volpe and 
Michael Mukavetz know that there will be a life after 
Euclid High School and enrolled in the NJROTC 
program so that they will be able to continue with their 
studies in college. 

Casey Arp is getting ready to take his books to his 
locker since he knows that life at Euclid would be 
diferent if there were no lockers. 




Student Life 



Girl's Varsity 

Soccer Coach, 

Mike Sustin, 

explains 
strategy to his 
players while 
the rest of the 
team is on the 
field. The gir 
really im- 
proved this 
year and 
finished with 
an excellent 
record. Many 
of the girls 
have been on 
the team for 
their entire life 
at Euclid. 




Mary Dacar and Jamie Smialek have enjoyed their 
life on the cross country team during their days at 

Euclid. 
Jim Grinstead gives time from his life to help score at 

the volleyball games. 

The Panther defense gave the other teams real 

competition. They liked the days they spent together 

on the field. It was a big part of there lives. 



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Student Life 



Jason Edwardsen and Simeon Boddie discuss what is 

happening on the field while they are waiting to go in. 

Football makes their lives much more plesant 

The members of the Marching Band spent part of their 
lives parading through the halls of Euclid in peparation 
for the evening game. This gave them a chance to make 
a lot of noise in the school and no one would object. 






Stefanie Brown, Jessica Scott, Christy Peacock, Kim 
Kosovich and Christy Gecewich getting ready to make 
a tower during half-time ceremonies. Practicing for the 
Majorettes took a lot of time from the lives of each of 
the girls. 



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Eric Heiss is a very good soccer player and his 
contributions to the soccer team have been very helpful 
throughout the season. Soccer is very important in 
Eric's life and he really enjoys his days on the field. 




Dawn Ganser spends much of her time at Euclid 
performing with the Flag Corps and enjoys those days 
very much. 



Dan Bergolc knows that the things that he does during 
his classes will do much to influence the outcome of his 
life and tries to get as much out of class as he can. Here 
he is perfecting his chemical techniques. 



Student Life 




Euclid smashes South in Homecoming Game 



Homecoming weekend began on 
Thursday evening with a bonfire held 
on Diamond #4. The Marching Band 
played, the cheerleaders cheered, the football 
team talked to the crowd and a Willoughby 
South player was burned in effigy. 
On Friday evening Euclid played Willoughby 
South on the football field. South fumbled on 
their second play and Euclid recovered and 
scored on a pass from John Mc Clain to 
Monroe Hillsman on the next play. John Mc 
Clain then scored on a keeper in Euclid's next 
possession. Tony Fisher and Monroe 
Hillsman added two more touchdowns before 
the half. Monroe Hillsman also scored in the 
third quarter to complete the scoring at 32-6. 
The second half was fairly uneventful as coach 
Tom Banc substituted heavily to close the 
game. 



Students got the weekend off to a exciting start by 
attending a bonfire on Thursday evening at the baseball 
diamond. The Marching Band, cheerleaders and the 
football team attended and Willoughby South's mascot 
was set ablaze. 

Varsity Chorale members. Don Johnson, Katie 
Walker, Sarah Kale, Jodi Dominick, Carolyn 
Klocker, Fritz Streiff, Jason Edwardsen, Chris Di 
Biase, Craig Sulecki and Colleen Longshaw were led 

by Ken Ferlito and sang the Alma Mater and the 
National Anthem. 



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Kristina Geiger, Fritz Streiff, Christina Fabert and 
Will Freeman carry the Willoughby South effigy 

around the diamond before tossing it into 
the fire. 



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Homecoming 




Monroe Hillsman 

was a major factor 

in the Homecoming 

victory over 

Willoughby South. 

He scored three 

touchdowns and 

made many key 

plays to ensure the 

win. 




The entire Homecoming Court and their parents were introduced before the football game began. These students will have a lot 
to remember in the future. 

Homecoming 





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The theme of Homecoming 1995 was 
Welcome to Paradise and the decorations 
consisted of many helium filled balloons 
in the ballroom and palm trees on the walls. Each 
of the couples was printed on a paper pineapple. 
Music was supplied by a disc jockey and re- 
corded songs. 250 couples spent the evening 
together and amused themselves by having their 
pictures taken, socializing and dancing. At 9:30 
the Queen and King and Court were announced 
and the traditional court dance was held. The 
dance began at 7:00 and refreshments consisting 
of punch, vegetables and pastry were served. The 
dance allowed students to get together and enjoy 
themselves for the evening. 




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Senior Attendant. Cory Watson dancing with Lemuel 
Gardner after the court was announced. 




Tom Heuer, Lauren Hadyk. Mike Jolly and Kelly Smith were some of the couples that had a lot of fun 

at the dance. 



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Homecoming 



Angela Meros crowns Joe Tucceri and 
Christina Fabert at the dance while Scott 
Granito, Cory Watson and Katie Mc 
Guinness look on. 

Homecoming King, Queen and Court: Kelly 
Gavin, Sophomore Attendant; Kristina 
Geiger, Will Freeman, Colleen Longshaw, 
Fritz Streiff, Scott Granito, Cory Watson, 
Christina Fabert, Queen; Joe Tucceri;King 
Rachel Zielinski, Rick Papo, Dawn Pratt, 
Paul Pavicic, Sharon Hollis, Scott Herbert, 
Lizzy Domin, Junior Attendant. 




During the dance couples sat around at tables and discussed events that they found to be important. 




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Seniors. They've been at Euclid for 
four years. They were at the top of 
the heap. Everyone looked up at 
seniors. They were the role models for 
everyone else at the school. They knew 
how to get things done. They were used 
to the rules and how the game should be 
played. They were now the mature 
individuals in the high school. For many 
this would be the end of their formal 
education but for many this was just the 
beginning and there would be many 
more years of education before they 
would go off and begin their lives on 
their own. It was a time of memories of 
friends that would be cherished for years 
to come. Memories of events that had 
shared before. There were many mixed 
emotions associated with being a senior 
but one thing of certainty was that they 
would never be forgotten. 




Regina Motiejunas, Mike 

Mukavetz, Brenda Volpe 

ind Marianne Wilson carried 

the colors during one of 

Euclid's football games. This 

was an exciting moment for 

them and they enjoyed being 

a member of the NJROTC. 





Flag Corps member, Kendra Proctor, enjoyed all the 
movements that went into being a member of the half- 
time productions on the football field. She worked 
hard both on and off the field during her years at 
Euclid to try to attain the most she could. 

Chris Litwinowiez and Mark Garlauskas were both 
members of the NJROTC and they participated in the 
work that was necessary to succeed in the program. 



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Sharon Mollis, Kristina Geiger and Christina Fabert are all seniors 
and have learned the 'ropes' about succeeding at Euclid High School. 

Cheerleaders, Becky Hren, Annie Wein, Jodi Dominick, Melissa 
Hoppert, Christina Fabert, Meghan Orazen and Nikki Barbis devote 
much of their time to helping the spirit at Euclid show through in 
everything they do. 

Office Aides, Kristin Sacko, Chris White and Melanie Bergolc help 
secretary, Mrs. Lynette Tercek, do all the things that she is expected to 
do. 




Seniors reach position of most importance 



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were the 
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most mature mem- 
bers of Euclid High School. They 
were the example that the other 
students were to follow. Many of 
them had been together for more 
than twelve years and because of 
that many deep relationships had 
developed. They were a group of 
young people who did many 
activities together and would remain 
friends for most of their lives. 




Rachel Zielinski and Rich Landsmann enjoyed their 
evening at Homecoming. 

It was a beautiful evening when these students got 
together at the Homecoming bonfire. 



Seniors 





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Bridgette Atlas, Dale Brown, Justin Barrett, Tim De Wine, Joe Janosik, Kellie Smerdel and Renee Latsch 

were havinu fun at the Homecoming bonfire. 





Brandi Adams 



Leah Adams 



Latasha Adamson 



Jason Agnew Adrijana Alaupovic 




Mamie Alexander Jamell Anderson Dante Appling Adonai A. de Arruda Filho Brandon Ashley 




Bridgette Adas Shaunda N. Bailey Mika Sherice Ball Will Banks 



Nicole Barbis 




Brandon Barbish Keyonna Barfield Melanie Barkin Ranessa K. Barrett Steve Barrett 



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Seniors 





Kathryn Bauer 



John Bertovic 



Tanisha Blackwell 



Melissa Bonfiglio 



Brigita Begovic 



Bryan Benak 



Lolita Benson 



Melanie Bergolc 




Andy Beuck 



Donna Beuoy 



David C. Bischof Jaina Lynn Blackford 




Chris Bock 



Christopher Boddie 



Joe Bojc 



Daunte Bolden 




Kristy A. Boos 



Anita Borrero 



Keith Boyes 



Camille Brandon 




Seniors 



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Elizabeth Buchner 



Pat Bujnocki 



Ivica Buncic 



Brandi Lyn Buttari Danielle M. Calabrese 




Jennifer Calvert 



Jason Cangemi 



Jeffrey Cangemi 



Timothy J. Carney 



Benjamin Carr 




Daniel Carr 



Charles Carter III 



Jennifer Cerjan 



William Cesa 



Amira Chambers 



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David Champa 



Frank Cheraso Tameshala Childress Martha Chitwood Bob Chmielewski 




Patricia Christen Magdalen Christopher Angelo Cirino 



Alaycia Clark 



Anita Clark 





Bobby Cofield 



Seniors 



Radames Colon 



Monica Coram Daniel R. Corleto 



Jill Corrigan 



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Seniors vote on which teacher gives the most homework 




Vlany of these students don't like to do homework but the ones that do their work are more likely to get a better 
>rade than the ones who don't. 




Seniors filled out a questionairre in 
homeroom asking which of their 
teachers gave the most homework. 
The teacher who won this distinction was 
Mr. Jeff Hartmann. Mr. Robert 
Petrovic came in second and Dr. Ron 
Powaski came in third. Mrs. Jo-Rita 
Perez and Mr. Wayne Smith were tied 
for fourth. Other teachers mentioned 
were Michelle Mc Garry, Barb 
Ramlow, Carolyn Heuer, Betsy 
Leonetti, Mike Sustin, Ken Lowe, Joan 
Paskert, Sue Amato, Bette Schmeling, 
Ron Zucca, Barbara Breeden, Frank 
Jablonski, John Barcza, Stan Bender, 
Mike Durbin, Jim Kelley, Lisa 
Proctor, Terry Dubroy, Judith Mc 
Laughlin, Chris Torrelli, Dolores 
Black, Kendra Callahan, Deborah 
Petrick, Roy Pignatiello, Frank 
Hoffert, Tom Banc, Joan Paskert and 
Judy Zubizarreta. 



Mrs. Judy Zubizarreta was one of the teachers 
mentioned as giving a lot of homework. Among other 
things, Judy is also the National Honor Society adviser. 
Here she is with Marc Orlando, Joe Dula, Chad 
Shuskey, Dave Bischof and Jeff Grundman at one of 
the NHS meetings. 




As students mature they realize the importance of doing 
the work that is asked of them. 



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Antonio Davis Nathaniel Davis Randolph Dawson Stephanie Dawson Timothy De Wine 




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Andrew Dirk 



David Dirk Jerome Dismukes Jr. Lawrence Dissauer 




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Dana Dobucki 



Kesha Dudley Ana Dugandzic 



Joseph Dula 



Thomas Erak 



Dana Finotti 



Steven Duncan 




Kimiko Edwards 


Jason Edwardsen 


Stacy Egrek 


Antonio Elma 


Andrew Eminger 


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Jamie Fox William Alexander Dawn Marie Ganser Markus Garlauskas 

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Who is your favorite teacher?, was asked of the members of the senior class. Mr. 
Jeff Hartmann received the most votes. This was very interesting since Jeff 
also received the most votes for giving the most homework. Judy Mc Laugh- 
lin came in second and Jo-Rita Perez came in third. Ken Lowe came in fourth and Mike 
Durbin and Bill Von Benken were tied for fifth. Other favorite teachers mentioned were 
Tom Banc, Steve Marcu, Jim Kelley, Penny Roberts, Joyce Russo, Sue Amato, Ken 
Ferlito, Barb Masseria, Ray Montani, Katie Morris, Barb Spiga, Carol Tkac, Barb 
Breeden, Susan Dennis-Rogers, David Miller, Lisa Proctor, Edie Mellen, Gale 
Flament, Deborah Petrick, Jane Addis, Paul Serra, Cheryl Schossler, Ron Zucca, 
Roy Pignatiello, Ingrid Koenig, Rob Heramb, Terry Dubroy, Jan Severino, Holly 
Freedman, Judy Stobinski, Fran Ratka, Wayne Smith, Alex Dzerowicz, Kendra 
Callahan, Ron Powaski, Barb Ramlow, Diane Maroli, and Carolyn Heuer. 





Seniors 



Some of the football players at the Homecoming bonfire. They realize that the time spent in class is 

important and they have a favorite teacher. 

Students at the Homecoming assembly where the candidates were introduced. Most of these students 

probably have a favorite teacher. 

Kathleen Graham, Renee Watson, Michelle O'Donnell, Allison FitzGerald, Cuana Newson and 

Dawn Pratt enjoying one of their favorite classes. 

Mrs. Jan Severino was mentioned as being a student's favorite teacher is shown in one of her classes 




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Erica Gordon 



Beckie Glavan 



Aileen Glowackj 



Margaret Good 



Brandon Goodman 




De Juan Goulde Timothy Grabianowski Brendan Grady Kathleen Graham 




Scott A. Granito Jeffrey Grundman Lauren Hadyk Sherika Hamilton Frederick Hance 



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Seniors 





Eljanon Hanson 



Andrew Harsh 



Khyra Harris Tanyanekia Harris Venita Harris 



Aaron Harsh 




Gregory Hart Tracey Hartman Jonathan Hartshorn Khalilah Heard 




Michael Heramb 



Scott Herbert 



Tramico Herman Steven M. Higham Andrew Hilton 



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Cherie Hinton 



Krista Iannetta 



Dwayne Hinton 



David Hobson 



Tamara Hogges Twshanaa Hollins 




Sharon N. Hollis Richard Holly 



Dennis Holstein 



Ralph Hood 



Anthony Hrdlicka 




Leandra Ibarra 



William Irons 



Caroline Jackson Israel Jackson Jr. 



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Janyawat Jirayut Donald Johnson Jacques Johnson Latanyia Johnson Nicole Johnson 




Tenesia Johnson 



Will Johnson 



Branch Jones 



Cassandra R. Jones 



Jason Jones 




Yolanda Jones Carolyn Jukiewicz 



Sarah Kale 



Les Kausek 



Erica Kavcic 




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Euclid seniors were asked if they had 
attended Euclid schools all their 
lives. 45% of the seniors who 
answered said that they had. The rest of 
the seniors were in the Euclid schools 
anywhere from one to eleven years with 
the most frequent number being four 
years. This reflected a large number of 
students who attended parochial schools 
for the first eight grades and then came to 
the high school in the ninth grade. Almost 
ten percent of the seniors have only been 
in the Euclid schools for one year. 





Jennifer Keller 



Mark Ketchum 



Diana Kineva 



Heather Kinison 



Chris Kinkopf 




Kevin Klocker 



Katy Kocin 



Melissa Koerber 



Angela Koeth 



Zackery Kovit 



Doraja Lake 



Debi Langsdale 




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Nicole Lastoria Anthony Laurich Robin L. Lausche 



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Deanna S. Lauver Valonte Lawson 



Dustin Leasure 



Erin Lesefky 



David Lewis 




Narieka Lewis 



Kevin Lynch 



Amy Lindic 



Thomas Lishinj 



Joi Lloyd 



Dawn Lo Conti 




Adam Loew Vincent Lombardo Colleen Longshaw Joseph E. Ludwig Makeshia Lumpkin 




Caroline Mack 



Christian Mahovlic 



Joe Mallard 






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Christina Marcelli 



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B No 17 3% 



Do you live 
in a house? 



Seniors were asked whether or not 
they lived in a house. Almost 83% 
of the students responding stated 
that they did. This was very similar to the 
results that the seniors reported last year. 
Students felt that it was a stabilizing 
situation to come home to a house. 




Ricky Papo is one of Euclid's seniors who enjoy 
living in a house. 

Liz Buchner, Kristy Zevnik and Beckie Glavan 

enjoying their meals in the cafeteria but knowing 
that they will be getting a home cooked meal when 
they get home to their houses. 

Most of these students have the benefits of living in 
a house. 



Seniors 






Stacey Marinelli Aubrey Marunowski Sahriah Matthews Angelyn Mattson Nicolle Maturana 




Kimberly Maurer Tameka Mc Coy Shona Mc Cune 



Brendan Mc Gee 



Lakisha Mc Ginnis 




Angela Meros Christopher Mezzacappa Megan M. Miezin Margaret Mihalic Angela M. Miklavcic 



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Timothy Moriarty Lenardo Morman Terrance Morrison Michelle Moses Regina Motiejunas 




Michael Mukavetz Heather Mulhall 



Avery Mullins Catherine Mytrosevich Meghan E. Nagode 





Daniel Nainiger Andrew Nesbett Christopher Neurohr Julie Ann Newsome Cuana M. Newson 

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Seniors 




Heather Nickell 



Mark Nicolosi 



James Nolden Carmeesha Norman Joseph Nosan 




Trisha O'Hara Meghan Orazen 



Doloris Orbanic 



Marc Orlando 

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Bobby Peacock 



Nancy Pekol Latosha Peoples Adam Perusek Kimberly Petrik 



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Seniors 





Karla Prince 



Kendra Proctor 



Paul Radolovic 



Anthony Raia 



Rosalyn Rainey 




Theresa Ramey 



Tanisha Ramsey 



Ericka Reaves 



Tiffany Reed 



Ericia Reiter 




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On Friday, October 20, 1995, 
students in some science classes 
were treated to a talk by Mary 
Ellen Weber about her mission on the 
Space Shuttle 70 mission which took place 
in July, 1995. Mary Ellen graduated from 
Bedford High School but visited Euclid 
since her mother teaches in the Euclid 
schools. She talked about the preparation 
and execution of her flight and described 



some of the experiments that the members 
performed. She showed some slides and a 
videotape of her flight. She presented to 
Principal Robert Knuth a montage of 
pictures from the mission and he presented 
to her a Euclid High school t-shirt. After 
her talk, she had lunch with seventeen 
Euclid girls where they were able to talk 
about opportunities for women in the space 
program. 



Astronaut talks about her Space Shuttle mission 




Principal, Mr. Robert Knuth. receiving the picture 
montage from Mary Ellen Weber. 



Science students, Jason Robinson, Martin Tomsic, Karen Lemieux, Josh Halstead and Casey Arp listening to 
Mary Ellen talk about her mission. 




bne of these students could be an astronaut some day if they have the desire and perseverance. It is important to have a goal and to focus on it. These days at 
lEuclid are the beginning of the rest of their lives. Seniors 




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Cherese Rocquemore Lekeshia Rogers 


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Seniors 




Renee Slade 



Chad Shuskey Colleen Sidak Jeremy Sidhu 



Steven Slamic 



Seniors 





Nicholas Slogar Kellie Smerdel 



Jamie Smialek 



Ebon Smiciklas 



Alfonso Smith 




Formeka Smith 



Jennifer Smith 



Kelly Smith 



Michael Smith Heather Spencer 




Jacinda Stewart 



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Dana Stroberg 



Igor Sugar Michael Summerfield Carlos Tailaferro Jennifer Taplin 




Gerald Tate 



Matthew Tepley David Thomas 



Kareese Thomas 



Peter Thomas 




Timika Tisdale 



Joseph Tiogo 



Joseph Tomino 



Charles Trapp 



Joseph Tucceri 




Tara Van Ho Yolanda Van Tilburg Michael Vidra 



Michael Vihtelic 



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The seniors were asked if they were planning on going to college after they graduate. 92% of 
the respondents said that they were. This was even higher than the 86.3% who responded that 
they were planning on college in last year's poll. This showed that most of the seniors 
realized that high school was only the beginning of their education. 




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Allison FitzGerald, Mary Dacar, 
Kathleen Graham and Jamie Smialek 

enjoying their time in the cafeteria during 

their lunch period. 

Marching Band and Flag Corps members 

having a fun time at the Homecoming bor 

fire. 



Kathleen 
Graham and 
Jason Wiggins 

now working at 
Bob's Big Boy and 
Scotto's Pizza 
know that they 
need a college 
education to get 
anywhere in the 
world. 






Christina Fabert. Kelly Gavin and Adriane Grudle are 

working on ID registration at Shore Cultural Center before 
Seniors goins to college. 



The Euclidian staff tried very hard to picture everyone in the 
senior class in the senior section. The photographers took 
pictures on three different occasions, but some students 
missed all three dates. In order to produce a book with the most 
complete picture section, underclass pictures from previous years 
were used. In spite of this the following students were not 
pictured: Rasa-Lila Andrews, Adonis Bell, Le Roy Billips, 
Robert Bradshaw, Aaron Call, Nicole Clark, Frank 
Codispotti, Stacy Corbin, Adrienne Dixon, Tshombe Fisher, 
Andre Foster, Felicia Foster, Mark Guerrieri, Gregory 
Hancock, Rob Henderson, Michael Howald, Spencer Howard, 
Nick Keichel, Bryan Kelly, Tenishia Kelly, Dan Kozel, Lavitia 
La Shore, Shonnie Lawson, Jessica Mc Manemy, Austin 
Milne, Wakila Mitchell, Daniel Norsic, Mary Nosan, Daniel 
Novak, Andrew Pearson, Joshua Pelz, Jason Pund, 
Lashawntae Randle, Wilson Rogers Jr., Mike Royce, Jessica 
Ryman, Sara Schofield, Gary Scott, Jacqueline Smeltz, Dan 
Smigel, Jennifer Styles, Bill Trinkle, Kevin Vanatta, Mike 
Vitovich, Michelle Whittenburg, Marriell Williams, Charles 
Wilson, and Rich Zabivnik. 



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Crystal Williams Michelle Williams Ginger Wilson Heather Winton 



Mary Wolf 




An'Drea Woodard Kelly Woodley Todd Woodruff Shannon Woodworth Brandi D. Wright 




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Richard Wynn Mekeleya Yimen Adam A. Zeitz 





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Many seniors are involved in the many activities that are available at Euclid 



Adrijana Alaupovic: Spirit Club 9,10. 
Adonai A de Arruda Fillo: Soccer 12. 
Shaundra Bailey: AFS,12 

Mika Sherice Ball: Office Aide 9,10,1 1; Indoor Track Aide 
10,1 1; Track Aide 10,1 1; Indoor Track 12; Track 12. 
Ranessa Barrett: Big Show 10,12; Fall Play 10,1 1,12; Hockey 
Aide 10,1 1,12; Drama Club 9,10,1 1,12; Choraliers 12. 
Steve Barrett: Soccer 10,11; Swimming 10. 
Kathryn Bauer: NHS1 1,12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball 
9,10,1 1,12; Tennis 10,1 1; Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Jr. Rep 11 ; 
Orchestra 11. 

Bryan Benak: Hockey 10,11,12. 

MelanieBergolc: Survey 9,10,11,12; Key Club 11,12; NHS 
11.12; SAVE 12 

David Bishcof: Baseball 9,10,12; Survey 11,12; Eucuyo 1 1,12; 
NHS 11,12. 

Jaina Blackford: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Cheerleader 9.10,12; 
DECA 11,12; Student Council 12. 
Chris Bock: Football 9,12. 

Joe Bojc: Football 9; Baseball 9,10; Golf 10,1 1,12, Captain 12; 
Medial Aides 10. 

Melissa Bonfiglio: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9; Softball 
9.10; Girl's Basketball Stats 10,1 1,12; Softball Stats 11.12; Peer 
Tutoring 10,12. 
Kristy Boos: Peer Tutor 9. 

Stefanie Brown: Majorette 10.1 1.12, Squad Leader 12. 
Pat Bujnocki: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12. 
Brandi Buttari: Fashion Show 10; Office Aide 12. 
Danielle Calabrese: Marching Band 9,10,11,12, Squad Leader 
10,1 1,12, Section Leader 1 1,12, Senior Representative 12; 
Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Orchestra 10,11; Soccer 9,10.1 1,12; 
Big Show 10; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Hillcrest Select Band 
1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Commencement Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 
Timothy Carney: Cross Country 10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Indoor 
Track 9.10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Outdoor Track 9,10.11.12, Captain 
12. 

Bob Chmielewski: Football 9,10.11,12; Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Monica Coram: Band 9,10,11,12. 

Daniel Corleto: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Indoor Track 
9,10,1 1,12; Outdoor Track 9,10,11, 12; AFS 9,10,1 1,12. 
Clayton Cunningham: Basketball 9,10,11,12. 
Mary Dacar: Cross Country 9,10,11,12, Co-Captain 12; Swim- 
ming 9,10,11,12; Track 9,10,1 1,12; SAVE 11,12, Vice President 
12; Ski Club 11. 

Jason Edwardsen: Football 9,11,12; Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; 
Baseball 9; Key Club 10,1 1,12, Junior Senior Representative 
11,12;A.V. 11,12, Captain 12. 



Euclid had many clubs, sports and extracurricular activities 
that students could participate in. There was no excuse as 
to why any person did not get involved in some activity if 
he or she wanted to get involved in something. Some activities 
took place during the school day while others took place after the 
school day was completed. Other activities took place in the 
evening or on weekends. High school was a time when students 
should have gotten involved in many of the activities that made a 
school a place to want to belong to. People not participating in 
activities were missing a large part of the high school experience. 




Scott Herbert, Andy Nesbett, Kelly Smith, Megan Westphal and Nicole Hrdlicka 

are involved in many activities at Euclid and really appreciate all the opportunities that 
they have. 




Krisy Praznovsky and Mark Zrim enjoy each other's company 
during lunch. 

Seniors 





Most Euclid students say they enjoyed their high school years 

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were polled 
as to whether 
or not they enjoyed 
their years at Euclid 
and 60% of the 
respondents said 
that they did. This 
was very similar to 
the 63 % that 
responded last year. 
The major differ- 
ence seemed to be 
in the number of 
students who 
responded 'maybe'. 
Last year 23 % were 
uncertain while this 
year 27% were 
uncertain. 

Kristina Geiger and Mary 
Wolf not only enjoyed their 
years at Euclid, they also 
enjoyed the times they spent 
lifeguarding at the pool. 





Scott Herbert, Paul Pavicic, Kate Mc Guinness, Scott Granito, 
Fritz Streiff and Dawn Pratt look as if they are really enjoying their 
years at Euclid High School. 

Seniors 



Christina Fabert: AFS 10,11,12; SADD 11; Executive Student 

Council 10,11,12, Secretary 11; Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12; Spirit 

Club 10; Big Show 11,12; Office Aide 12. 

Dana Finotti: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Cheerleading 9,10; DECA 

11,12. 

Allison FitzGerald: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; 

Track 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball 11; SAVE 11,12; Cultural Club 11; 

Academic Challenge 11; Survey 10; NHS 11,12. 

William Freeman: Band 11,12; Basketball 12; Track 12. 

Dawn Ganser: Choraliers 10; Flag Corps 11,12; Choral Masters 

11.12; Office Aide 10; Clinic Aide 12; Key Club 10; Spirit Club 

10. 

Kristina Geiger: Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; Tennis 10,1 1,12; 

Diving 9,10,1 1.12; Swimming 9,10,1 1,12; Student Council 

10,11,12, President 12; Junior Class President 11; Senior Class 

President 12; AFS 9,10,11,12, Vice President 12; SADD 11,12; 

All Club Council 11,12; Office Aide 12; Big Show 10,1 1,12; 

NHS 11,12; Spirit Club 10.11. 

Nicole Genovese: Softball 9,10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 10,11,12; 

Big Show 11,12; Office Aide 1 1; Cheerleading 9. 

Rich Gentile: Golf 9,10; Peer Tutor 10; Academic Challenge 

12. 

Catherine Gibbons: Tennis 10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; Key Club 

9,10,11; Orchestra 9,10,1,12, Librarian 12. 

Beckie Glavan: Volleyball 9,10: Softball 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 

10; NHS 11,12; Student Council 9,10,11; Peer Tutor 10,12; 

Girl's Basketball Stats 9.10,11; Spirit Club 10,11; Career 

Exploration 9.10; Tennis 12; Yearbook 11, Office Aide 12; 

DECA 11,12. 

Aileen Glowacki: Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Section Leader 12. 

Vice President 10,12: Volleyball 9,10,11.12; Track 9,1 1,12; 

Indoor Track 10; Key Club 9,10,11,12, Secretary 11, Luitenent 

Governor 12; SADD 1 1,12; Kids on the Block 11,12; NHS 

1 1, 1 2; S AVE 1 2; Pit Orchestra 9, 1 0,1 1.1 2; A. V. 9. 

Margaret Good: Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12, Treasurer 10,1 1, 

President 12; Cross Country 9,10,1 1.12; Big Show Pit 9,10,11; 

Wai Napolo 9,10,1 1,12, Treasurer 10, Jr. Show Director 11; Key 

Club 9.10,11; NHS 11,12. 

Kathleen Graham: Cross Country 9,10,1 1 ; Track 9; Orchestra 

9,10,11. Librarian 11; SAVE 1 1,12; Big show 9; NHS 11,12; 

Career Explorations 9,12; Tennis 12; Peer Tutor 12. 

Scott Granito: Basketball 9,10.1 1.12, Captain 9; AFS 12: Spirit 

Club 10,11; Student Council 12: Varsity Chorale 10,11,12, 

Treasurer 10; Big Show 10,11; Golf 9; Chess 9. 

Jeffrey Grundman: Soccer9.10,l,12; Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; 

Baseball 9; Career Explorations 9,10; NHS 11,12. 

Jonathan Hartshorn: Basketball 9,10. 

Khalilah Heard: Basketball Aide 9,10. 

Lakeisha Henderson: Track 10,1 1,12; Student Council 12; 

NHS 11.12; Basketball 11. 

Michael Heramb: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; 

Football 11,12. 

Steven Higham: Soccer 9.10,1 1,12; Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12. 

Cherie Hinton: Vollleyball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10,11. 

Sharon Hollis: AFS 10,11,12; Student Council 10,11,12, 

Executive Board 11,12; NHS 11,12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; 

Soccer 12; Softball 9,10; Cheerleader 9,10; Office Aide 12; 

SADD 11. 

Jennifer Hrovat: Tennis 10,11,12, Co-Captain 12; Track 

10,1 1,12; Big Show 9; Fall Play, Student Director 12; SAVE 

11,12; NHS 11,12, Secretary 12; Survey 11,12; Eucuyo 11. 



Joe Janosik: Key Club 11,12. 
Kelly Jerk: Office Aide 11. 
Donald Johnson: Football 12. 
Will Johnson: Track 12. 

Cassandra Jones: Marching Band 10,12; Concert Band 
10.11,12; DARE 11. 

Sarah Kale: Eucuyo 9,10,1 1,12, Submissions Coordinator 
9,10.11;NHS 11, 12; Varsity Chorale 12; Big Show 10,11,12. 
Les Kausek: Football 9; Soccer 12. 
Erica Kavcic: Office Aide 9. 

Heather Kinison: Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Varsity Chorale 
9,10,11,12, Secretary 11,12; Eucuyo 9; Survey 10, 11; SADD 
9,10; NHS 11,12. 

Katy Kocin: Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; NHS 11,12; Culture Club 
11; Survey 10,11,12; SAVE 9; Eucuyo 10; Peer Tutor 12. 
Elizabeth Kramer: Foootball Trainer 9,10,11,12; Wrestling 
Trainer 9,10.1 1,12; Spirit Club 10; NHS 11,12. 
Robin Lausche: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12; Concert Band 
9,10,11,12; Pep Band 9,10,1 1; Softball 9; Key Club 9; Office 
Aide 12. 

Deanna Lauver: Swimming 9,10,1 1,12; NJROTC 1 1,12; Spirit 
Club 9,10; Softball Manager 9. 

Aubrey Marunowski: Spirit Club 9,10; Career Exploration 
9,10,11,12. 

Shona Mc Cune; Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12; Diving 9,10,1 1; 
A.F.S. 10,1 1,12, President 12: Student Council 10,11,12, Rep 
11. 

Brendan Mc Gee: Football 9; Survey 11,12. 
Lakisha Mc Ginnis: Drill Team 1 0. 

Catherine Mary Mc Guinness: Volleyball 9, Trainer 10,11,12; 
Student Council 10,1 1,12, Executive Board 10,11,12, Junior 
Class Vice President 1 1 ; Fall Play 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Big Show 
9.10,1 1,12; Office Runner 9,10,1 1.12: Spirit Club 10,1 1; NHS 
11.12. 

Angela Meros: Tennis 10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11,12; Student 
Council 10,11,12; Office Aide 10,1 1,12; NHS 1 1.12; Wrestling 
Stats 11,12; Morning Announcements 12; DECA 11,12. 
Megan M. Miezin: Flag Corps 11,12, Captain 12; Big Show 
9,10,11,12; Student Council 11. 

Angela M Miklavcic: Basketball 9,10.1 1,12, Captain 12; 
Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; SAVE 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, President 11,12; Key 
Club 9; Peer Tutoring 10,1 1,12; NHS 11,12; Career Explora- 
tions 9,10,11; Track 9,10,11,12; Yearbook 1 1,12; Academic 
Challenge 11. 

Regina Motiejunas: Office Runner 10; Color Guard 12. Big 
Show 10,12. 

Meghan E Nagode: Key Club 9,10; Tennis 1 1; Big Show 
10,12. 

Julie Ann Newsome: DECA 11,12, Treasurer 1 1 ; Soccer 1 1 ; 
Student Council 9, 1 0; NHS 11,12. 
Cuana Newson: Flag Corps 12. 
Meghan Orazen: Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; Office Aide 
9,10.11. 

Mike Pikus: Survey 10,1 1,12, Photo Art Editor 1 1,12; Morning 
Announcements 12; Culture Club 11. 
Steve Rogonjic: Wrestling 10. 

Stephanie Sabo: Spirit Club 10; DECA 1 1 ; NHS 11.12; Peer 
Tutor 12. 




Many Euclid seniors admire their mother 



Once again 
Euclid seniors 
were asked 
whom they most 
admired. There were 
many different 
answers given but the 
person who appeared 
the most was mom. 
Almost 40% re- 
sponded that their 
mother was their most 
admired person. This 
was very close to the 
results from previous 
years. 




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The person 
I most 
admire is: 



Allison FitzGerald, Mary Dacar, Kathleen 
Graham Tim Carney and Jamie Smialek 

are enjoying each other's company during 
lunch. Kathleen admires her mother most but 
Allison and Tim both admire their father. 




Alia Crawford, Will 
Freeman, Joe Tucceri and 
Nicole Genovese had fun 

with each other during 
Homecoming. Joe admires 
his parents while Nicole 
admires her choreographer. 

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Seniors were asked whether they came to school in a car. 
Almost 80 % of those responding said they did. Over 56 % of 
the ones that came to school in a car did the driving. This was 
very similar to the results from last year when about 75 % of the 
students came by car and 65 % did the driving. 










Sharon Mollis congratulates Christina Fabert as she becomes Homecoming Queen. 
Kristina Geiger usually drives to school and carries her friends around. 



Angela Meros, Christina Fabert, Rich Dotson, Tom Huer, Joe 
Trobenter and Jim Duer enjoyed themselves at the Homecoming 
Seniors Dance. Angela usually drives to school. 




Marie Salupo: Cross Country 9,10,11,12; Track 9.10,11,12; 

Key Club 9,10,11,12, Freshman Rep 9, Sophomore Rep 10, Vice 

President 11,12; Survey 10,11,12, Reporter 10, Feature Editor 

11,12; AFS 11,12; Eucuyo 10,11,12; Career Exploration 

9,1 1,12; Big Show 9,10,11,12; Student Council 11,12; Choir 

9,12; NHS 11,12; SADD 11,12; Close-Up 11. 

Jessica A Sas: Softball 9,10,11,12; Volleyball 9,10; Ski Club 

11; NHS 11,12, President 12;SAVE 11,12; Offide Runner 

10,11,12; Spirit Club 10. 

Jon Schied: Poetry Club 10,1 1,12. 

Chris Schniegenberg: Baseball 9,10,1 1; Golf 12. 

Nicole Schumer: Swimming 9,10,11,12. 

Glenn Settle: Drill Team 12; Track 12. 

Chad Shuskey: Basketball 9,10; Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 

10,11,12, Sports editor 10,1 1,12; Key Club 9,10,1 1.12, Lt. 

Governor 10,11, President 11,12; NHS 1 1,12. 

Kellie Smerdel: Office Aide 10; Key Club 12. 

Jamie Smialek: Big Show 9: Cross Country 9,10,1 1,12; Track 

9.10,11,12; Ski Club 11; SAVE 11.12, Secretary 12; NHS 11,12, 

Secretary 12; Carer Explorations 9,10; Student Council 12. 

Kelly Smith: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10,11,12; 

Track 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2; Softball 9; Clinic Runner 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 

Mike Vidra: Office Runner 12. 

Monolito Walker: Basketball 9. 

Renee Watson: AFS 11,12; Tennis 12. 

Megan Lynn Westphal: Volleyball 9,10,11,12, Co-Captain 12; 

Swimming 9,10; Diving 9,10,1 1.12, Captain 12; Track 9,10. 

Michelle Williams: Key Club 9. 

Ginger Wilson: Choir 10. 

Heather Winton:. Career Explorations 9, 10. 

Mary Wolf: Track 9; Swim Team 9,10,11,12; Office Runner 12. 

Todd Woodruff: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Baseball 9,10. 

Shannon Woodworth: Video Yearbook 9,10.1 1,12; Tennis 12; 

NHS 1 1,12; Career Exporations 9,10,1 1,12; Band Aide 11,12; 

Choraliers 1 1 , Bible Study 10, 1 1 . 

Brandi D Wright: Track 9.10; Drill Team 11; SAVE 1 1. 

Rachel S Zielinski: Concert Band 9,10,1 1,12, Public Relations; 

Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12; Pep Band 9,1 l,12;Key Club 9; 

Varsity Chorale 1 1,12; Big Show Backstage 9.10.1 1,12, Prep 

Manager 11,12; Academic Challenge 12; NHS 11,12; Career 

Explorations 10; Office Aide 10,1 1. 

Adam A Zeitz: Poetry Club 12. 

Kristina Zevnik: Basketball 9; softball 9,10; Tennis 10,1 1,12; 

Student Council 10,11,12; Spirit Club 10; Clinic Aide 10,11,12. 





New I. D. system has everyone wearing their identification 




lr. Ben Pasquale, Kristina Geiger, Christina Fabert, Fritz Streiff, Nicole Jackson and Catherine Mc 
luinness show off their new photo ID's 



lex Dzerowicz and Dan 
Vensing talk about the 
igital imaging process that 
'as used to make the photo 
Ts. 

Irs. Kathy Pasquale helps 
'avid Harris and Daemyon 
dams with their work. 





Euclid instituted a new type of ID 
system during the 1 995-96 school 
year. The system was not ready at 
the beginning of the year so students and 
staff did not get their ID's until midway 
into the first grading period. In order to 
run the school in a more professional and 
safer manner, all students and staff were 
required to wear a photo ID throughout 
the day. This was useful in identifying 
whether or not a person belonged in the 
building and it made it possible to 
identify whether or not a student was in 
the proper lunch period since the lunch 
periods were color coded. The photo ID's 
made Euclid much more compatible with 
other organizations such as hospitals and 
businesses. As the system evolves many 
other uses for the ID's will be imple- 
mented. 





Brandon Goodman is happy to show off his ID. 



Seniors 





Seniors tell about 



As a student progressed through their high school years they were occasionaly 
presented with moments that were less than complimentary. These embarrass 
ing moments were the kind of things that would be remembered for ever and ever. 
The seniors were asked about their most embarrassing moments and these were some of 
the responses. As usual, the most common type of embarrassment happened on the stairs 
Because of that, students mentioning stairs were all grouped together at the end. The other 
moments are presented alphabetically. 

Tomika Ball was embarrassed when her knee gave out at lunch and she tripped over a 
chair. 

Will Banks was embarrassed when he was wrestling with Chuck in the E-Room. 
Ranessa Barrett didn't feel right after she got kicked out of a hockey match during her 
junior year for screaming too loud. 

Steve Barrett was embarrassed when his pants tore at the Steel Pole Bathtub concert. 
David Bischof was embarrassed as a freshman because he would only wear sweat pants. 
Jaina Blackford's most embarrassing moment happened when she and Meghan Orazen 
were tripped by a group of 7th graders in the hallway at Central. 
Daunte Bolden did not feel good when he fell in front of a lot of people. 
Kristy Boos was really embarrassed when she was a freshman and thought she was in the 
wrong class and made a big scene and then figured out she was in the right class all along. 
Pat Bujnocki was really embarrassed when he locked his keys in his car. 
Bill Cesa remembers when he ran into the metal ball rack in gym class during his sopho- 
more year and had to go to the clinic for a bloody eye brow. 
Patty Christen was embarrassed when she passed out last year. 

Nicole Clark was really embarrassed when she fell asleep during her freshman year in 
Mr. Serra's Algebra I class and started chanting her boyfriend's name. 
Andy Dirk was embarrassed when his pants ripped, right in the crotch. 



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Adriyana Alapovic, Magdalen Christopher, Dawn Ganser, Sharon Hollis, 

Robin Lausche, Valonte Lawson, Tim Moriarity, Bob Peacock, Yolanda 

Van Tillburg and Mary Wolf all had embarassing moments while falling up or 

Seniors down stairs - 



Jason Edwardsen was embarrassed when h 
was bet that he wouldn't walk from Hills to 
East 280th with his pants down and only his 
jockeys to protect his livelihood. He accepte 
and as he was walking along, pants at his 
ankles, a car of cute girls drove by and 
honked wildly. It was really cold. 
Synett Erzarzanar was embarrassed when 
he was going to the bus stop on Euclid and 1 
fell down the hill in front of Euclid Avenue 
and everyone on the bus noticed. 
Christina Fabert was embarrassed when 
Kristina Geiger's car broke down and she 
and Ray Miller had to push it home in the 
rain. 

Dana Finotti was embarrassed when 
Meghan Orazen tripped her in the hall in 
front of a lot of people and she fell and her 
calculator went flying down the hall. 
Allison FitzGerald was embarrassed when 
she was a freshman on the way to the 
cafeteria and she accidently poked herself in 
the eye and she started to cry and Mary Woj 
had to buy her lunch for her. 



Kristina Geiger remembers when 
Shona Mc Cune gave her a "wedgie" at 
Diving and ripped her bathing suit. 
Jeremy Emerman fell on the ground 
laughing. They called her the "Holy 
One". 

Nicole Genovese was embarrassed 
when she was doing a show with 
Varsity Chorale in front of a lot of 
people from Briardale Golf Course and 
Scott Granito picked her up over his 
shoulder and dropped her on her head. 
Rich Gentile was embarrassed when he 
dropped a lunch plate in the cafeteria on 
the 2nd day in his freshman year. 
Wendy Gibson was embarrassed during 
her freshman year when she made a card 
and bought some candy for a senior 
friend. It was the last day for seniors 
and she wanted to give it to him before 
he left. She saw him in the hall and was 
waving and screaming to get his 
attention and all the people around her 
kept looking at her. 
Scott Granito was embarrassed when 
he was on the J.V. basketball team and 
they were going out to do warm-ups. He 
had just finished going to the bathroom 
and had a piece of toilet paper hanging 
out of his pants. He went 20 min. before 
Kevin Bremer told him about it. 



many of their most embarrassing moments 



i Joe Janosik was making fun of a teacher and when he turned 
around the teacher was standing right there. 
Kelly Jerk and Adrijana Alaupovic fell asleep in their car in the 
parking lot and woke up 3° and had to explain what happened. 
Nikki Johnson went to the bathroom with Laura Mack and Renee 
Slade. It was only after walking out that she realized she was in the 
wrong bathroom. 

Sarah Kale and Rachel Zielinski ran down Vermilion's main 
street at the Woolybear Parade with the Band and one of the 
bystanders yelled, "You're bouncing!" 

Heather Kinison was embarrassed when Tony Laurich tripped 
her in chemistry lab and she fell on her butt and everyone laughed. 
Chris Kinkopf was embarrassed when he passed out in the middle 
of the lawn at Blossom during Buzzard Fest 2. 
Katy Kocin was in Personal Computers and her foot fell asleep and 
when she got up to leave at the end of the period she fell. 
Deanna Lauver was really embarrassed when she pulled the 
emergency shower in chemistry lab and didn't turn it off and the 
water went all over the floor and dripped down to the English room 
on the 2nd floor. 

Joseph Ludvik was really surprised when he walked home from 
school one evening and then realized that he had driven to school 
that morning. 



Kim Maurer was embarrassed during her sophomore year at Spirit 

Club when Gina Phillips depants her and she started screaming and 

swearing and ran after Gina and fell on someone's poster. 

Shona Mc Cune was embarrassed when Mary Wolf saw her do 

her corky dive before a meet. 

Katie Mc Guinness was embarrassed when her blind date for 

Winterfest '95 threw up on Mr. Pignatiello's porch. 

Megan Miezin was embarrassed when Beth Walters and Paula 

Sustarsic pulled down her skirt her first year in Flag Corps and lots 

of people saw her and laughed. 

Angela Meros had a problem when she was playing tennis as a 

junior and wore her white bloomers over her Mickey Mouse 

underwear and Mickey was showing through during the match and 

the spectators noticed. 

Angela Miklavcic was embarrassed when the hot lipstick she was 

making with Allilson FitzGerald in chemistry class fell on the cold 

floor and solidified and they had to spend the rest of the period 

cleaning up the mess. 

Julie Ann Neswome and Gina Phillips were embarrassed when 

Julie's tiny alarm siren that she kept in her purse went off while 

they were in the counselor's office. The secretary made them go 

outside and figure out how to turn it off. 

Cuana Newson was embarrassed when she tore the back of her 

shorts at YMCA camp. 

Heather Nickell was at a wrestling match in seventh grade sitting 

at the top of the bleachers. When the wrestlers came in, she got up 

to walk down the steps and tripped and bounced all the way down 

to the gym floor and lay there on her stomach, laughing so hard she 

couldn't get up. 

Ricky Papo was embarrassed when he woke up in study hall in the 

E-Room during his junior year and and was screaming out loud and 

everyone was looking at him. 



Mike Pikus was embarrassed in German class when Jeff 

Jakse was shooting paper wads in the garbage can which was 

right under the TV. He jumped up to block the shot and hit his 

head on the TV. 

Joaneice Porch was embarrassed as a freshman when she tried 

to run down the wall that looks like a hallway. 

Tanisha Ramsey was embarrassed she went to the bathroom 

while wearing a dress and didn't realize that her dress was 

tucked inside her panties. She found out after she saw two boys 

in the hall laughing at her. 

Stephanie Sabo was talking to someone while walking up the 

stairs and dropped her books over the bannister and she had 

books on the first and second floors. 

Marie Saiupo felt bad when she was boarding the school bus 

as a junior and the driver closed the doors on top of her. He 

apologized and said he hadn't seen her. 

Nicole Schumer was embarrassed when Megan Westphal 

tripped her in the cafeteria and she landed flat on her face in 

front of Mrs Turk. 

Adrienne Scott was tripped in the hallway and almost fell. 

Kellie Smerdel was proud when she drove to school for the 

first time but then locked her keys in the car and had to call her 

father to get a spare set. 

Formeka Smith was embarrassed as a freshman when she 

collided with a senior boy in the hall. 



Kelly Smith had a revealing experience when she was playing 

water polo in swimming class and she jumped out of the water 

and the top of her bathing suit fell down. 

Joe Tucceri was embarrassed when he got pinned with 30 

seconds left in a district match even though he was winning at 

the time. 

Renee Watson was embarrassed when she almost got run 

over by an ambulance in the street. 

Shantee Wilburn was embarrassed when she fell out of her 

chair in the cafeteria when she was a sophomore. 

Michelle Williams was embarrassed when she was on a field 

trip with the Choraliers and her dress blew over her butt. 

Brandi Wright was embarrassed when she sat down on a 

broken chair in the Little Theater during and assembly and the 

chair flipped over and she was lying there with her feet 

hanging in the air. 

Adam Zeitz was cleaning out Mrs. Tkac's fishbowl in the 

woman's faculty lounge and got it stuck in the sink. When 

they finally got it unstuck water was all over the floor. 

Kristi Zevnik was embarrassed when she spilled something 

on herself during lunch. 

Rachel Zielinski was embarrassed during Marching Band her 

freshman year when some other band members wanted to see 

her new bodysuit which she was wearing under her band 

uniform. The uniform jacket got stuck down and the senior 

field commander came over to see what the problem was. 



Seniors 





Most seniors agree that tests are necessary 




Yes 511 °/, 

8 No 22.0"!; 

Q Maybe 27 0°; 

Do you 
think tests 
are neces- 
sary? 




H Yes 55.6% 

H No 36.8% 

E3 Maybe 7.5% 



Did you ever 
study more 
than 30 
minutes for a 
test? 



When asked if they thought tests 
were necessary, more than 51 % 
of the seniors responded that 
they were. Only 22 % said that they were 
not necessary. This was a good indication 
that the students knew that there had to be 
some form of evaluation in their coursed. 
When asked if they have ever studied more 
than 30 minutes for a test, almost 37 % said I 
they had not. 




Heather Spencer and Mark Ketchum worked hard during their classes and had to study for their tests 




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Seniors 



Steve Rogonjic. Christina Fabert, Bridgette Begovic 
and Jason Fiorille are taking out from their studies to 
discuss life at Euclid. 




1 ■ ^ A # >i 





P Physics students; Marie Salupo, Mike Pikus, 
ngela Miklavcic, Chad Shuskey and Dave Bischof 

now what it is like to study hard for a test and 
>utinely spend much more than 30 minutes preparing 
>r a test. 



NHS members. Liz Buchner, Jamie Smialek, Angela 
Miklavcic, Katie Bauer and Jessica Sas are all good 
students who study hard for their exams and partici- 
pated in the show of strength for the Cleveland Indians 
by wearing Indians clothes. 







j_ 



c 




Paul Pavicic dances with Donna Beuoy during 
Homecoming. Both were good students who studied 
hard to get good grades. 

Left: Alana Roberts also studied hard during her years 
at Euclid. 




Liz Sterl, Dana Stroberg and Colleen Sidak take a 
break from their computer class to pose for the camera. 



Deanna Lauver, Brenda Volpe and Richard Wynn 

enjoying each other's company between classes. 

Brent Shaw and Dave Champa are working on their 
assignment in their Distributative Education class. 



Seniors 




The Panther football 

team gets together before 

the first game. 




• ** ****••*• ** *•**••*• ** 



Sports were very important to many students at Euclid 
where a full range of varsity, junior varsity and fresh 
man sports were offered. If a student was interested in * \ 
sport there was no excuse as to not getting involved. 




Bud White shows his great form as he tees off at the 

beginning of a golf match. 

Eric Schuster and Derek Stanic pacing each other as 

they continue around the cross country course at 

Chapin Forest. 

Head Coach. Wendy Sustin, giving Colleen Taylor, 

Cherie Hinton, Kelly Smith, Lauren Hadyk, Ambet 

Cogley, Angela Suchy, Angela Miklavcic, Lori 

Meden and Missy Bonfiglio instructions before they 

take to the court. 



: **' : * ** %%#*% ** *••***•« ** ******* » ** ******* 




HCJORK 




Football team has 9-1 season and takes G.C.C.but fails to make playoff* 



You could say that this was "'The 
Year of the Young". The Panthers 
had more starting underclassmen 
than there were seniors but still earned 
another G.C.C. championship. Their lone 
loss was at the hands of defending state 
champion and 1995 state champion, St. 
Ignatius, but they put up a fight which 
would never be forgotten. After that 
opening loss, the rest of the season was 
almost an anticlimax with most of the 
games being essentially over by the end of 
the first period. The only reason the 
panthers did not make the playoffs was 
because of the relative weakness of the 
other teams in the G.C.C. so they did not 
earn enough computer points. 

Day in and day out, the Panthers 
practiced for their next opponent. With the 



encouragement of the General (Coach Tom 
Banc), and the finesse of the offensive 
backs, Euclid was destined to be G.C.C. 
champs. The sophomore, Tony Fisher had 
1 633 yards and 20 touchdowns, was lead up 
the center by the incredible blocking of 
Tony Launch, Sean Mc Laughlin, Mike 
Melnyk and the fullback Monroe Hillsman. 
For the first time in several years Euclid had 
a great passing game. John "Die Hard" Mc 
Clain was often a devastating blow to the 
opposing defense. Looking right and then 
left, he would find Simeon Boddie twenty 
yards down the field, with the eight-hundred 
or so fans cheering. De Juan Goulde was 
named the News Herald defensive player of 
the year. Tony Fisher, Mike Melnyk and 
Delmar Stewart were chosen for the News 
Herald First Team. Tony Laurich, Albert 



Simpson, Jason Jones, Peter Thomas and 
Andy Eminger were all chosen for the 
Second Team. John Mc Clain and Joe 

Tucceri were given a Special Mention and 
Tony Raia, Rick Cooper, and Monroe 
Hillsman received an Honorable Mention. 

The panther defense never let 
someone go home without a great hit by 
Jason Jones, Joe Tucceri, Tony Raia, or 
any number of sacks by De Juan Goulde, I 
strutting his way into the backfield with the I 
unstoppable sophomore Albert Simpson. 
The year was filled with memories of 
touchdowns, fumbles and interceptions, but 
the one thing that the Panthers would never I 
forget was the dedication it took to go out 
every day of every week and then miss the 
play-offs by four computer points. 

-Scott Longazel 




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Top: The Panther football team crowds around each other at the beginning of the game. 

Bottom: At the beginning of the fourth quarter all the players raise their hands in a unified signal. 

Football 




Hmf 



Sam^, 



fflto r O « OB O iliMI 




larsity Football. Row one: Coach Ken Schriner, Coach Mike Rezzola. Coach Mike Sheck, Coach Sam Santilli, Coach Dennis Wenham, Jack Lardomita, Head Coach 
pm Banc, Coach Chet Nolan, Coach Roy Pignatiello. Coach Pete Schwenke, Coach Mike Barnauskas. Row two: Wayman White, Chris Bock. Larry Dissaur, Joe 
lucceri, Tony Laurich, De Juan Goulde, Jay Thomas, Tony Raia, Bob Chmielewski, Latel Stewart. Row three: Richard Wynn, Jay Kletecka, Rick Pecnik, Casey 
armichael. Sean Mc Laughlin, Scott Longazel, Mike Zivnoska, Mike Melnyk, Donald Johnson. Row four: Mike Valentine. Andy Eminger, Jason Edwardsen, 
leauntee Redfearn, Mike Heramb, Jason Jones, Delmar Stewart, Rick Cooper, Eric Lassiter, Terrance Moore. Row five: Johnny Johnson, R. J. Belanich, Rashad 
lilson, Tony Davis, Deloente Brown, Monroe Milkman. Antoine Fisher, Detric Wilson. Row six: Larry Brown, Amos Rennix, D. G. Johnson, John Mc Clain, Simeon 
loddie, Steve Duncan, Albert Simpson, Howard Westerfield. Row seven: Kevin Banks, Jim Brown, Donte Thomas, Mike Higgins, Fred Bush, Tom Heuer, Denny 
usher. Shaun Brochak. Row eight: Darrell Taylor, Michael Creer, Will Buchanon, Lewis Nunley, David Johnson, Cory Kinan, Nick Rufo. Row nine: Molly O'Brien, 
leth Kramer, Erin Vincente, Wendy Case. Alison Stahre, Margaret Corcoran, Katie Baioni. Yuki Shimotsu. 



le Juan Goulde, Steve Duncan, Scott Longazel and 
jonroe Hillsman trying to move a tough Ignatius line. 






VARSITY FOOTBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Ignatius 





27 


Barberton 


28 


14 


Mentor 


14 


7 


Nordonia 


31 


6 


I North 


43 


15 


Maple Hts. 


39 


8 1 


South 


32 


6 


Bedford 


33 


22 


Mayfield 


42 


6 


SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH 1st 





Tony Fisher checks on Monroe 
Hillsman after he was hit hard. 

Football 





J. V. Football. Row one: Kevin Banks, Amos Rennix, Donte Thomas, Fred Bush, Terrance Moore, David Johnson, Howard Westerfield, Johnny Johnson. Row two: 
Steve Dawson, Mike Higgins. Gray Johnson, Lewis Nunley, Jeff Roe, Cory Cunningham, Larry Brown. Row three: Darrell Taylor, Mike Belanich, Mike Valentine, 
Michael Creer, Nick Rufo, Tom Heuer, Shaun Brochak, Denny Bosher. Row four: Coach Mike Barnauskas. Coach Ken Schriner. Coach Sam Santilli. 



FUTU 




TALENT 



Junior Varsity has an excellent season and freshmen show promise 






Tony Laurich gets a much needed drink of water while the defensive team is on the field. 
Katie Baioni poses with Don Johnson before he has to go into the game. 

Football 



JV FOOTBALL 


TEAM US 


THEM 


St. Ignatius 


35 


Barberton 19 


6 


Mentor 13 


20 


Nordonia 31 





North 35 


13 


Maple Hts. 2 1 





South 21 





Bedford 24 





Mayfield 28 





SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 2 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH 1st 




'■-':■■. 






•reshman Football, Row one: Ramone Terrell, Ronald Tyler, Brandon Henderson, Tom Soini, Tom Poticher, Kevin Carse, Calvin Parker, Rick Glavan, Brian Leben, 
)e Juan Whitney. Row two: Shawn George, John Schnell, Mike Dominick, Pat Gutbrod, James Cothron, Robert Polachek, Dave Cerne, Cordell Morris, Charles 
hooper, Amin Harville. Row three: Brandon Richardson, Tommie Virgies, Norman Sullivan, Cedrick Carstarphen, Michael Dennis, Dominic Harris, Rafael Pacheco, 
(ave Edmonds, Pierre Allen. Row four: Coach Sam Santilli. Coach Dennis Windham. 



'ich Belanich, Johnny Johnson, Amos Renix, 
loward Westerfield, Casey Carmichael and Shaun 
rochak waiting for the snap of the ball. 



Charles Cooper 

breaks through 
the line for a big 
gain while Amin 
Harville blocks 
for him 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordonia 





20 


North 


18 


22 


Maple Hts. 


'20 





South 


28 





Bedford 


14 


30 


Mayfield 


34 


18 



SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 
, G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 
LEAGUE FINISH 3rd(tie) 





Scott Longazel get attended to by Wendy Case and 
Beth Kramer. 



■ 



Girl's tennis lost many close matchej 



According to Coach Pete Swope. 
the 1995 Varsity Girl's Tennis 
team was the best team he had 
coached in years. Although the record 
didn't reflect a winning season, the team 
played it's best tennis ever trying to 
overcome their 2-3 curse. The strong 
senior leadership of the doubles teams led 
the girls fight. First doubles, Jennifer 
Hrovat and Cathy Gibbons finished off 
the season with a personal pest record. 
The second doubles team of Angela 
Meros and Kristina Geiger returned this 
season adding confidence to their game. 
Topping out the rest of the squad in the 
singles positions were Kristi Zevnik, 
Theresa Parey and Allison Hrovat. The 
girls hoped that their hard work this year 
sparked the returning underclassmen in 
future years. With the use of Coach 
Swope's 3 C's: Control, Command and 
Confidence, as well as help from Mr. 
Warman's J. V. team the varsity team 
should be better. 

-Angela Meros 



VARSITY GIRL'S TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Chagrin Falls 





5 


Geneva 


2 


3 


Pville Harvey 


4 


1 | 


NDCL 


2 


3 


Nordonia 





3 


Brush 


2 


3 


Twinsburg 


4 


1 


South 


2 


3 


North 


2 


3 


Mayfield 


3 


2 


Wickliffe 


3 


2 


St. Jos. Acad. 


2 


3 


Nordonia 


2 


3 


Mayfield 


4 


1 


Brush 





5 


South 


1 


4 


Perry 





5 


SEASON RECORD WON 


5 LOST 12 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 


LOST 8 


LEAGUE FINISH 5th 






Girl's Tennis 




Girl's Tennis, Row one: Gina Prodan, Jennifer Grabinowski, Karen Hanson, Shannon Woodvvorth, Courtnj 
Strah. Row two: Kathleen Graham, Beckie Glavan, Angela Meros, Kristina Geiger. Dawn Pratt, Renee 
Watson. Row three: Kathy Gibbons, Jennifer Hrovat, Kristie Zevnik, Allison Hrovat, Theresa Parey, Katie 
Bauer, Jinai Amos. Row four: Coach Dick Warman, Coach Pete Swope, Carlv Swope. 




Jennifer Hrovat serves while Cathy Gibbons waits to Singles player, Allison Hrovat, serves the ball to her 
return the ball in one of their matches. opponent. 





Pat Grisez swings hard. 




Golf. Row one: Terry 
Kontra, Joe Bojc, Mike 
Doyle. Bud White, Mike 
Mukavetz, Brian Siedler. 
Row two: Coach Bob 
Ramlow, Kevin Grisez, 
Pat Grisez, Andy 
Edmonds. Todd Pfeifer, 
Brian Gecewich, Chris 
Schniegenberg, Kevin 
Evans, Geoffrev Zevnik. 



Golf team has best record in five years 






GOLF 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordonia 


156 


155 


North 


160 


160 


Maple Hts. 


158 


207 


South 


174 


180 


Shaker 


158 


171 


Bedford 


157 


180 


Brush 


155 


154 


Mayfield 


160 


167 


Gilmour 


174 


152 


Nordonia 


154 


174 


North 


162 


160 


Maple Hts . 


165 


190 


South 


158 


179 


Bedford 


147 


172 


Brush 


151 


173 


Mayfield 


167 


163 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 5 TIE 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 4 TIE 1 


LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 






The Euclid Golf team had it's best 
season in five years this past fall. 
They finished 3rd in the G.C.C. 
and defeated both co-champs, Eastlake 
North and Mayfield during the regular 
season. They finished eighth at districts 
only missing by two strokes. Joe Bojc 
provided strong senior leadership in his 
fourth season on the team. Juniors Kevin 
Evans and Bud White had strong 
seasons while Evans lettered and White 
took team MVP honors. Sophomore, 
Brian Siedler received 1st team G.C.C. 
honors due to his fine play at the G.C.C. 
tournament. Coach Bob Ramlow was 
pleased with the play of his team and is 
only looking for better things in the 
future. 

-Bud White 

Bud White gets ready to putt the ball. 

Captain. Joe Bojc. tees the ball towards the green. 

Terry Kontra swings hard to get the ball away. 



Golf 







Volleyball struggled through a frustrating season 



This year's volleyball team com- 
pleted their season at 13-12. 
Leading the varsity squad were 
senior co-captains Megan Westphal and 
Allison FitzGerald. Other seniors that 
powered their offense were Kelly Smith, 
Missy Koerber, Angela Miklavcic, 
Cherie Hinton and Lauren Hadyk. 
Backrow defense women Lori Meden 
and Aileen Glowacki were two more 
seniors leaving this year. The team's 
potential was incredible but they were not 
able to put it all together. They had the 
tallest team Euclid had seen in many 
years and their team work improved 
throughout the season. Next year with 
returning juniors, Colleen Taylor and 
Angela Suchy as well as sophomore 
setter Amber Cogley, the team should be 
able to look forward to a better season. 
-Angela Miklavcic 



VAR 

TEAM 

Nordonia 


3ITY VOLLEYBALL 


US 


1HE1V1 


5,15 


3.8 


North 


6.15.10 


15.10,15 


Maple Hts. 


15.9,15 


11,15,7 1 


Solon 


15.2 


17.15 


j North Olmstead 


15.15 


6,12 


i Canton McKinley 13,15.13 


15,7,15 


1 South 


14,15.15 


16,9.9 ' 


Bedford 


8.11 


15,15 \ 


Normandy 


15.7,15 


12.15,13 ! 


Beaumont 


15.16 


12,14 


1 Brush 


15,5.10 


10.15,15 


Mayfield 


10,15.15 


15,7,11 


Akron East 


15.15 


7,10 


Beaumont 


15,15 


11,1 


Independence 


17.15 


15,8 


; Independence 


15,15 


11.8 


Nordonia 


15,15 


9.9 j 


j North 


15,8.11 


7,15,15 


Maple Hts. 


15,10,10 


4.15.15 


South 


15.16,6 


7,18.15 


Bedford 


4.11 


15,15 


SEASON REC 


ORD WON 13 LOST 12 


G.C.C. RECOI 


ID WON 5 LOST 9 


LEAGUE FINI 


SH 4th(tie) 







Volleyball 



J. V. Volleyball, Row one: Tina Peric, Veronica Mc Graw, Anna Paradzik, Vernadette White, Maria 
Williams. Row two: Stephanie Fox, Chrissy Kovacevich, Becky Godec, Kristin Samsa, Annie Feldkamp. 
Stacy Lesefky. Row three: Coach Marcy Richards and Coach Wendy Sustin. 




Freshman Volleyball, Row one: Alex Brinovec, Shannon Setser, Katie Kolar, Erin Reilly, Amy Salupo. Row 
two: Melissa Ahmetovic, Melissa Brady, Shannon Ivancic, Lisa Basalla, Katie Mc Clusky, Sammie Koerber. 
Row three: Julie Whitley, Nikki Sams, Kristina Hatcher, Lynne Stern. Row four: Coach Pat Buck. 




Allison FitzGerald, one of the team's best setters, sets 
the ball up so that Angela Suchy can slam it over the 
net. 




Kelly Smith, Lauren Hadyk, Missy Koerber, Cheri Hinton and Megan Westphal waiting for their server to get 
the ball over the net. 



■m 




Wrestlers beginning to emerge 




The Euclid wrestling team still suffered from not enough 
interested wrestlers but it was not as serious as in the past. 
Euclid won several meets this year for the first time in 
several years. The team began to get everything together and 
by the end of the season things were going well. Most of the 
wrestlers had improved their records. Joe Tucceri was the 
brightest part of the team when he broke the Euclid record 
for the most wins in a high school career. Joe was ranked 
number 1 in the 160 pound weight class by the News Herald. 
Head Coach, Chris Papouras felt that the team was getting 
stronger throughout the season. 






Andy Ludvik and Howard Westerfield working on their opponents. 
Wrestling 




Joe Tucceri and Mike Doyle getting their opponents in position for a pin. 



I 





Wrestling, Row one: Shannon Setser, Wayman 
White, Michael Smith, Bob Chmielewski, Nick 
Pfahl, Joe Tucceri, Nathaniel Davis. Row two: Doug 
Higham, Detric Wilson, Anthony Smith, Lemuel 
Gardner, Keauntee Redfearn, Mike Doyle, Ricardo 
Martin, Shane Moore, Andy Ludvic, Julie Ann 
Whitley. Row three: Coach Bill Kazen, Mike 
Belanich, Maurice Jackson, Howard Westerfield, 
Mike Melnyk, Reggie George, Donald Sukis, Mike 
Dominick, Coach Chris Papouras, Angela Meros. 
Row four: Kevin Carse, Scott Trepal, Steve Dawson, 
Duval Hill, Deshaun Lewis, John Schnell, Mike 
Diehl, Dave Fulton, Coach Bob Diehl. 




Keauntee Redfearn, Mike Smith, Reggie George, Nate Davis Alan Rice, 
Steve Dawson and Mike Doninick did their best to help the team 



Wrestling 




i i 




Boy's Cross Country has an excellent season 



This year's Boy's Cross Country 
team was lacking in numbers but 
made up for it in their actions. 
Only six men were on the team but they 
went on to an almost repeat of the 1994 
season when they finished with a 9-1 
record. The only G.C.C. team they lost 
to in the last two years was Eastlake 
North. Senior, Tim Carney, who won 
G.C.C. MVP was the top runner for the 
year. Juniors Paul Glowacki and Derek 
Stanic were the second and third men. 
the fourth man astoundingly was a 
freshman, Mike Miklavcic and sopho- 
mores Mike Simenc and Eric Schuster 
finished off the team. With only one 
senior graduating a strong team should 
return next year. 

-Paul Glowacki 



BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY 


TEAM 


IS 


THEM J 


VASJ 


17 


38 


W. Geauga 


23 


33 | 


Maple Hts. 


18 


38 


Mayfield 


T) 


33 


Nordonia 


20 


35 


South 


22 


33 


Bedford 


16 


42 


Brush 


21 


35 ! 


North 


39 


19 


INVITATIONALS 


U-WANNA-COME-BACK 


3/13 


WALSH 




5/14 


BOARDMAN 




16/19 


MALONE 




28/41 


WADSWORTH 




7/14 


MEDINA 




16/28 


G.C.C. 




2/8 


REGIONAL 




19/62 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 






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Upper left: Eric Schuster 

running in the Malone 
Invitational. 

Above: Paul Glowacki and 
Tim Carney running 
during one of their meet at 
the Holden Aboretum. 

Left: Mike Simenc and 
Mike Miklavcic pacing 
each other as they go 
around the course. 




Girl's Cross Country: Margaret Good, Marie Salupo, Carolyn Gudaitis, Jill Smialek, Beeca Borehert, Erin 
Kilkenney, Megan Osterman, Mary Dacar, Jamie Smialek, Coach Dick York. 

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finished the season with a 5-4 
record and were 4-3 in the G.C.C. 
Their third place finish in the conference 
was a slight improvement from the 
previous year. They finished sixth in the 
District meet and Megan Osterman 
qualified to ran in the Regional Meet 
where she finished 63rd out of 1 53 
runners. 

GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 
TEAM US THEM 

W. Geauga 36 21 

VASJ 15 50 

Maple Hts. 15 43 

Mayfield 44 15 

Nordonia 29 27 

South 29 26 

Bedford 15 50 

North 24 31 

Brush 1 5 50 

INVITATIONALS 
U-WANNA-COME-BACK 6/12 
WALSH TOMAHAWK 5/8 

BOARDMAN 19/30 

MALONE 38/44 

WADS WORTH 10/11 

MEDINA 12/17 

G.C.C. 3/8 

DISTRICT 6/12 

SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 4 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 
LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 





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Invitational. 

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Good and 
Marie Salupo 

warming up at 
the cross 
country course 
in Kirtland. 




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The boy's varsity basketball team had a 
successful season finishing 2nd in the : 
G.C.C, Gonferencexhamps:, Bedford, 
hadall they could handle with Fifth d in then- 
tough overtime victory at Euclid. The 
leading scorers for the panlhers were super 
sophomore Tony Fisher andjsenior co-^t 
captain, Clayton CunningMm. Eric; 
Smedley also had afine se'afojj' in hislHr 
\ear oi varsity experience The panthers 
were alssj j i>k •'' b\ senior co-captain Pawl 
Pavicic and senior De Juan Goulde who 
pur it' fllijyy§dershiprer this "yjMi," 
basketball team. Petris Hawkins arid Me , : 

success. Adam Diaz, Kashad \\ ilson, Dave 
Banach and Lcnm Wilkerson sparked the 
panthers with their hard work and deternima- 
! %om'|rfejiriy,alsa:|ed the team in missed 
dunks m practice Junioi \uughn Trapp 
also had an excellent season finishing the 
season strong. Tine freshmen had an almost 
undefeated season and showed pcoHle for 
the future. 

-Dave Kanac 




TEAM 


US THEM 


St. Ignatius 


54 74 


North 


55 43 


Maple Hts. 
South 


81 85 
91 73 


Bedford 


70 78 


Brush 


60 53 


Glenville 


63 73 


Mayfield 
Shaker Hts. 
Nordonia 
North 


50 48 
50 52 
67 53 

72 44 


Maple Hts. 
Stow 


76 72 
49 63 


South 


74 60 


Bedford 


80 S6 


Brush 


64 43 


Mentor 
Mayfield 
Canton McKinley 


67 62 
62 58 
60 74 


Nordonia 




SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 11 LOST 3 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 



.IV BOY'S BASKETBALL 

TEAM US THEM 

St. Ignatius 30 43 

North 68 55 

Maple Hts. 55 56 

South 41 55 

Bedford 53 60 

Brush 39 40 

St. Ed 29 49 

Mayfield 45 41 

Shaker Hts. 75 68 

Nordonia 38 34 

North 59 52 

Maple Hts. 64 57 

Stow 67 60 

South 65 54 

Bedford 69 66 

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Brush 60 33 

Mentor 64 56 

Mayfield 48 44 

Canton McKinley 36 59 
Nordonia 

SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 7 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 



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FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordonia 


68 


42 


North 


58 


20 


Maple Hts. 


69 


35 


Nordonia 


61 


45 


South 


60 


29 


St. Ignatius 


46 


51 


Stow 


56 


49 


V.A.S.J. 


62 


65 


Bedford 


69 


60 


Brush 


50 


35 


Mayfield 


79 


40 


Brush 


70 


57 


North 


72 


34 


Maple Hts. 


56 


36 


South 75 


32 


Bedford 


67 


48 


St. Ignatius 


58 


64 


Mayfield 


73 


34 


V. A.S.J. 


67 


70 



SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 4 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 14 LOST 



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Lanetta Huey, Ann Softer. Row 
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This year's Lady Panthers Basketball 
team had an excellent season. They 
won the G.C.C. championship for the 
first time in seven years as a result of hard 
work, persistence, and team work. There 
were five returning seniors: co-captains 
Margy Mihalic and Angela Miklavcic, 
Sharon Hollis, Katie Bauer, and Kelly 
Smith. The team was rounded out by juniors 
Ronnie McGraw, Monica Martin, 
Carmekia Harris, and Jamie Greskowiak; 
sophomore Shavon Bell and freshman 
Delvona Oliver. They finished with an 
overall record of 15 and 4 due to unbeliev- 
able second-half performances. Next season 
with a large group of returning lettermen as 
well an awesome group of freshman, the 
team should be unstoppable. 
-Angela Miklavcic 





VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 
TEAM US THEM 


Lakewood 


43 


62 


Mentor 


46 


40- 


Nordonia 


47 


23 


North 


58 


43 


Maple Hts. 


64 


26 


South 


59 


50 


Bedford 


68 


40 


Brush 


60 


46 


West Geauga 

Mayfield 

V.A.SJ. 

Nordonia 

North 


71 
54 
43 
39 

52 


61 
41 
62 
43 
44 


Maple Hts. 
South 


46 

43 


32 
41 


Bedford 


64 


50 


Brush 


68 


46 


East Tech 


70 


50 


Mayfield 46 52 

SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 4 i 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH First 




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JV GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


36 


40 


Mentor 


26 


42 


Nordonia 


42 


20 


North 


48 


29 


Maple Hts. 


41 


24 


South 


20 


49 


Bedford 


32 


29 1 


Brush 


36 


24 ! 


West Geauga 


47 


24 


Mayfield 


25 


34 


V.A.SJ. 


30 


48 


Nordonia 


44 


26 


North 


26 


30 


Maple Hts. 


43 


29 


South 


35 


34 


Bedford 


32 


29 


Brush 


41 


28 


East Tech 


59 


40 


Mayfield 


34 


47 


SEASON RECORD WON 12 


LOST 7 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 4 


LEAGUE FINISH Third 





FRESHMAN GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


North 


48 


12 


V.A.SJ. 


51 


22 


South 


50 


16 


Maple Hts 


68 


24 


N.D.C.L. 


48 


35 


Stow 


33 


21 


Kenston 


58 


7 


Bedford 


56 


30 


Brush 


61 


31 


Mayfield 


53 


35 


Chardon 


67 


21 


North 


57 


8 


Canton McKinley 


53 


16 


South 


33 


12 


Bedford 


48 


28 


Brush 


41 


15 


Mayfield 


42 


19 


Maenificat 


44 


52 


Beaumont 


53 


32 


Maple Hts 


43 


5 


SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 1 




argy Mihalic dribbles the ball down the court while Angela Miklavcic tries to get into 
sition to get a pass. 



Margy Mihalic drives in for the layup while Sharon 
Hollis follows her down the court in case she is needed. 




armaine Allen goes up for a layup for the freshman 




Both boy's and girl's soccer teams have excellent records! 
Boy's finish in second place 



The 1995 Boy's Soccer team was a 
huge success. They ended the 
season with a 10-3-3 record and 7- 
2-3 in the G.C.C. This was one of the best 
records the panthers have ever had. The 
captains were Mike Heramb, Dan 
Corleto and Kevin Klocker. Dan 
Corleto was chosen for the News Herald 
second team while Mike Heramb and 
Mario Laush were given a special 
mention and Eric Heiss and Doug 
Zeman got an Honorable Mention by the 
News Herald. It was certainly a season to 
be remembered. 



VARSITY BOY 
TEAM US 


'S SOCCER 
THEM 


VASJ 


3 





Nordonia 


1 


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Chardon 


4 





North 


1 





South 


2 


2 


Bedford 


5 


1 


Brush 


2 


1 


Mayfield 
Nordonia 


2 


2 


North 


4 





Hawken 


2 


1 


i South 


1 


5 


Bedford 


1 





Brush 


2 


2 


Kenston 





2 


Mayfield 4 
SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 3 TIE 3 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 2 TIE 3 
LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 



Varsity Boy's Soccer. 
Row one: Ryan 
Heramb, Sean Fox, 
Eric Heiss, Kevin 
Klocker, Rob Slade, 
Dennis Vitolo. Row 
two: Mario Laush, 
Mike Heramb, Matt 
Pikus, Jeff 
Grundman, John 
Wolchko. Row three: 
Todd Woodruff, Dan 
Corleto, Doug 
Zeman, Jim Swyt, AI 
Cvetovac, Heather. 
Coach Mike Dubin. 



J. V. Boy*s Soccer, 
Row one: C.J. Koeth, 
Adonai Arruda, 
Chris Biehl, Paul 
Solemn. Pat Dilaila. 
Row two: Dave 
Brinovec, Hosea 
Mburu, Craig Heiss, 
T. J. Grabianowski. 
Row three: Matt Be 
Wine, Jason Waina, 
Dan Renstrom, Les 
Kausic. Coach Jeff 
Jordan. 



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dribbles the ball 
down the field 
while Adonai 
Arruda stays close 
so he can help. 





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F reshman Soccer, Row one: Kevin Welsh, Frank Mastalski, Mike Verch, Scott 
Trepal, Jeff Sierputowski, Mike Vuyancih. Row two: Brian Lennon, Brian 
Blecic, Greg Schonauer, Oral Williams, Brandon Ptak, Mario Marusic. Row 
three: Coach Jeff Jordan, Coach Mike Durbin. 



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arsity Girl's Soccer, Row one: Sharon Hollis, Heather Nickell, Jaina Blackford, 
ancy Pekol, Ali Kucinski, Dana Finotti, Nikki Hrdlicka, Suzanne Lucas. Row 
vo: Courtney Sharp, Kristin Sacko, Jennifer Waina, Jill Swanseger, Kathy 
latnik. Row four: Katie Walker, Lisa Udovich, Katie Salisbury. Coach Mike 
ustin. 




V. Girl's Soccer. Row one: Susan King, Erin Ryan, Erin Gady, Dana Vance, 
legan Coyne, Danielle Ladovich, Jamie Benak. Row two: Suzanne Lucas, 
ourtney Sharp, Emily Freeh, Wendy Barker, Karen Salisbury, Danielle 
alabrese. Megan Ballanger, Coach Dale Hollingsworth. 




Vendy Barker boots the ball while Katie Salisbury looks on in case she has a 
hance to get the ball. 



Girl's finish in first place 



The 1995 Girl's Soccer team had a truly awesome season. 
They compiled a season record of 13-5 and went 9-1 in the 
G.C.C. This was the best record that the girl's ever had. The 
girls had been together for several years and their closeness really 
became apparent on the field. Many of the girls were recognized 
by the league and the coaches and the papers. Dana Finotti and 
Jaina Blackford made News Herald First Team while Nancy 
Pekol and Jennifer Waina made the Second Team. Ali Kucinski 
and Katie Walker were given Special Mention and Heather 
Nickell and Sharon Hollis got an Honorable Mention. It was 
really a tremendous season for the girls. 



VARSITY GIRL'S SOCCER 



TEAM 

Kenston 


US THEM 

3 


Madison 


3 


Lakewood 


3 


Nordonia 


4 2 


Brush 


7 


South 


5 1 


North 

Mayfield 

Gilmour 


3 1 
1 2 
3 


Nordonia 


8 1 


Hawken 


3 


Brush 


10 


South 


6 


North 


2 1 


Mayfield 
W. Geauga 
Madison 


3 1 
1 2 
3 1 


Mentor 1 6 
SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 5 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH 1st 



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TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Kenston 


1 


6 


Madison 


2 


5 


Shaker Hts. 


5 


1 


Cleve. Hts. 


6 





Brush 


6 


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North 


3 


4 


Mayfield 


5 





Shaker Hts. 


5 





Brush 


8 





North 


3 


3 


Beachwood 


8 


1 


Mayfield 


3 


1 


W. Geauga 


2 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 4 


TIE1 








Ali Kucinski, Nicky Hrdlicka and Erin Gady bringing the ball 
down to field to get to the opponent's goal. 

Soccer 





Hockey, Row one: Joe Nosan, Brian Blecic, Dennis Disbrow, Joe TrwJiU'f, 3 t>m Heiur. CJitc Si: 
Praznovsky, Ann Paradzik, Fran Connelly. Matt Krutsch, Kevin GnBsn Malt Can oil, \i 
Brian Zorman. Rose Timm, Heather Scott, Jessica Sas. Row three: clH I crest Dixon, Mar! 



Duer, Michael ' 
g Zenian, WaynJ 
neira. 



The 1995-1996 Hockey season was dedicated 
to senior captain Vince Lomhardo who was 
seriously injured in an automobile accident. 
The team struggled early but came into form by the 
middle of the season. One of the highlights of the 
season was playing Elyria Catholic at Gund Arena. 
The team was lead on the ice by co-captains. Matt 
Carroll and Doug Zeman. High scorers for the 
team were Matt CarroU with 23 goals and 14 
assists in 16 games, Torn Hetier with 16 and 17 in 



14 games. Brian Z-orlnun with 1.3 and 13 in 14 
games and Greg Schonatier with 6 > id 1 8 in 16 
games. The goal tending duties wen: shar<|dbv 
senior. Joe Nosan, vvh.c'Khad 42 wiveMWine game 
and sophomore Geoft'm Zevnik who sa\ed 
shots in one game. Defensively the tea i 
by Doug Zeman. The team ended its regular seas 
with a 4-1 1-2 record and looking M 
year. 

-Jessica Sas 



\ TEAM 


HOCKEY 

US 


THEM 




! Olmsted Falls 


Lost 






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1 Brooklyn 


Lost 

11 


6 




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4 




1 Parma 


4 


12 




1 Lake Catholic 


3 


4 




1 Normandy 
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3 
3 
7 


6 

4 
8 




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Parma 


12 

2 


2 
5 




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Normandy 
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5 



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3 
3 




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2 




Elyria Cath. 4 3 
Normandy 1 2 
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 11 






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Indoor Track was a little bit different for 
the 1996 season since there was a girl's 
team as well as a boy's team. There were 
girls on the team in the past but it was not 
recognized as a sport so this was a first for 
the girls. The team practiced and ran their 
meets indoors in preparation for the Outdoor 
Track season. The team had lots of talent and 
did well in all their meets and made great 
progress in preparing for the spring sports. 





Boy's Indoor Track, Row one: Dan Corleto, Tim Carney, Tony Laurich, Brandan Grady, Richard Wynn, 
Antonio Davis, Glenn Settle. Row two: Coach Bob Ramlow, Freddy Blatnik, Mike Simenc, Lamonte Foster, 
Jamel Lawrence. Deleonte Brown, Sean Hodge. Coach Tom Halbedel. Row three: Eric Schuster, Kevin 
Taksar, Al Simpson, Eric Lassiter. Sean Mc Laughlin, Monroe Hillsman, Rick Cooper. 



Lakeisha Henderson and Alicia Renix passing the 
baton in practice for a relay race. 

Relay team members getting hand-off practice. 





Stretching out before exercising or competing is an important step in avoiding an injury. 




team for the outdoor season 




irl's Indoor Track, Row one: Jill Swansegar, Bekka Borchert, Allison FitzGerald, Lakisha Henderson, 
Colleen Longshaw, Alaycia Clark, Lakeshia Phillips, Karla Prince. Carrie Sharp. Row two: Erin Gady, 
Mexis Grubach, Maria Scott, Erin Flynt, Alicia Renix, Allison Mc Clain, Megan Osterman, Janelle Easter. 
tow three: Coach Dick York, Holly Douglas, Karen Wade. Ebony Wheeler, Nicole Bresler, Bernadette White. 
lawn Merrit, Randolph Deramus, Coach Pete Schwenke. 




Richard Wynn leads the team in their stretching out 
:xercises while Coach Bob Ramlow looks on. 



Allison FitzGerald gets in some conditioning by 
running around the track. 




Girl's have another fantastic season 





Boy's season not as good 




The Boy's Swim Team had an exciting 
season finishing second in the G.C.C.. 
Coached by Mr. Joe Rodriguez and 
led by junior co-captains Todd Lapp and 
Rich Belanich. the team finished with an 
overall record of 5-6. The team had outstand- 
ing performances from all swimmers 
throughout the year. Due to pool repairs, all 
swim meets were held away. The Panthers 
could look forward to another successful 
swim season next year. 
-Todd Lapp 




Bryan Seheider working on his backstroke. 



Todd Lapp and Rich Belanich 

taking off from the starting 
blocks. 




Swimming 




Boy's Swimming. Row one: John Sanderson, Peter Phillips. Mike Reilly, Pat Di I. alia. Row two: Coach Joe 
Rodriguez, Dave D'Amico, Michael Miklavcic, Chris Mayle, Paa-Kofi Obeng, Martin Tomsic, Chris Slagle, 
Coach Marty Guzauskas. Row three: Todd Lapp, Rich Belanich, Jason Waina, Tom Hartley, Byan Seheider. 





BOY'S SWIMMING 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Berea 


16 


86 | 


St. Ed. 


102 


80 


University 


58.5 


127.5 


Fairview 


84 


96 


Maple Hts. 


109 


61 


Solon 


70 


114 - 


Brush 


77 


106 


Mayfield 


110 


52 


Orange 


64 


116 


Bedford 


104 


75 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 6 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH Second 











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TEAM 

Berea 

Beaumont 

Hathaway 

N.D.C.L. 

Fairview 

Maple Hts. 

Brush 

Orange 

Mayfield 

Bedford 



US 

71 

133 

137 

178 

141 

152 

125 

101 

100 

132 



THEM 

31 

52 

47 

100 

41 

41 

63 

85 

86 

50 



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G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 
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Although the girl's swim team never 
had the home pool advantage , due 
to renovation of the new pool, they 
still completed the season undefeated. The 
girls' talent, combined with hard work and 
outstanding coaching by Mrs. Joan Bush, 
gave the girls a third consecutive G.C.C. 
title. The support the girls gave each other 
and their dedication helped to make them an 
even better team. The girls worked together 
and accomplished what they set out to do at 
the beginning of the season. The remaining 
underclassmen meant that the team had a 
good beginning for the next year. 
-Brenda Moyer 



Girl's Swimming. Row one: Amanda Carleton, Gina Prodan, Georian Peric, Casey Mc Redmond, Erin Ryan, 
Fill Smialek. Row two: Megan Westphal, Marianne Wilson, Tracy Martorello, Jennifer Waina, Nicole 
Schumer, Ursula VVein, Jennifer Emser, Mary Dacar. Row three: Coach. Marty Guzauskas, Nicole Schumer, 
Bekka Borchert, Beckie Hren, Mary Wolf. Allison Frederick, Lori Mitskavieh, Patricia Carpenter, Allison 
VIetti, Coach. Joan Bush. Row four: Kate Bechtel, Deanna Lauver, Alison Stahre, Tina Peric, Courtney 
Sharpe, Brenda Moyer, Trish O'Hara. 






Allison Fredrick, 

Allison Metti and 
Mary Wolf exploding 
off the starting blocks 
into the water. 



Top: Georian Peric doing her backstroke. 



Swimming 




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sity Football Cheerleaders. Row 
one: Meghan Orazen, Shona Mc 
Cune, Christina Fabert. Row two: 
Nicole Barbis, Melissa Hoppert, 
Liz Doming Row three: Jodi 
Dominick, Annie Wein. Row four: 
Gina Phillips, Becky Hren, 
Kristina Geiger, Ebony Lane, Kim 
Petrik. 



Freshman Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Jennifer Rys, Colleen 
Beck. Row two: Lindsay Norris, Regina Cadovec. Row three: Leah 
Cherne, Abbv Stanic, Amanda Ficere. 





J.V. Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Denise La Rich, Margaret Corcoran, Tiffany Hurt. Ro$ 
two: Lauren Arnold, Davina Gage, Christy Peacock, Karen Lemieux. 




rhe cheerleaders always show lots of enthusiasm 



rhe cheerleaders were the hard 
working girls who led the cheer for 
the football and basketball players 
n the field and on the court. The tried to 
st the fans involved in the games so the 
layers would be inspired to do the best 
ley could. They went to every game and 
racticed hard perfecting their routines. 



Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: 
Kristin Samsa, Jaina Blackford, Nikki 
Barbis. Row two: Dana Finotti. Meghan 
Orazen, Dana Vance Row three: Monique 
Bateman, Christina Fabert (Captain). 
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J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: Christie 
Peacock. Row two: IMatrika Johnson, Kelly Gavin. 
Row three: Antonina Fiorelli. 





Freshman Basketball Cheerleadders. Row 
one: Leah Cherne, Jennifer Rys. Row 
two: Abby Stanic, Julie Ann Whitley, 
Natalie Beck. Row three: Vicki Mc 
Samara. Amy Ficere, Jamie Kaucic. 







Kim Petrik, Meghan Orazen, Megan Von Benken, 
Chrissy Fabert and Shona Mc Cune relaxing during 
the half time ceremonies. 



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Euclid High School had many activities that students 
could participate in if they had the desire. Extracurricular 
activities were very important if the student was to have 
a well rounded personality. Colleges and employers look at the 
activities that the students were involved in as well as the 
students grades. 




Christy Peacock will always 
remember the enjoyable days that 
she had while she was a majorette 
and a cheerleader. 

Key Club members. Bryan Arendt, 
Dan Bergolc and Natalie Mc Gill 
tried to get freshmen to sign up 
during their first day of school. 



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Michael 

Mukavetz, Brenda 

Volpe and Dwight 

Schied enjoy the 

activities of the 

NJROTC program 

since they get a 

chance to carry the 

colors at the 

football games. 







Pat Dilalla, Chris 
Trzcinski, Lemuel 
Gardner, Jenny 
Emser, Will 
Freeman, Reggie 
George and Todd 
Lapp know that 
Marching Band is a 
fun activity. 

Heather Mulhall, 

(nana Newson, 
Doraja Lake, 
Lydia Urh, 
Marissa 
Mukavetz, 
Heather Perusek, 
Elizabeth Copic 
and Kendra 
Proctor enjoy the 
Flag Corps since it 
is an activity where 
they get to perform 
in front of the 
football fans. 




Angela Miklavcic is 

working on setting 
up pages for the 
yearbook which is 
only one of the 
many activities that 
she is involved in. 



Activities Divider 





The East 222nd Street Jazz Band was 
directed by Ms. Diane Tizzano and 
would practice in the evenings after 
Marching Band season was over. They 
presented their annual winter concert on 
December 1 8 with the Gospel Choir. They 
also gave some day concerts. 



Jazz Band. Row one: Ryan Farkas, 
Joe Dula, Tim Zorman, Mike 
Zielinski, Brian Cocherell. Row two: 
Doug Grisard, Martin Tomsk, David 
Tisi, Rob Latsch, Pat Dilalla. Row 
three: Conductor, Diane Tizzano, Jeff 
Evans, Lyle Steelman, Todd Vicie, 
Mike Reily. Row four: Dave 
Giancola, Frank De Luca, Joe 
Tomino, Matt De Wine, Carrie 
Sharp, Stephanie Di Biase, Beth 
Weinbrecht. 




Matt De Wine and Beth Weinbrecht having fun 
before the show. 





Carrie Sharp, Matt De Wine, Dave Giancola and Chris Trzcinski 

getting instructions from the conductor during the concert. 



Jazz Band 



Jeff Evans and David Tisi are getting 
some practice before the performance 
begins. 





The Orchestra gave it's annual winter 
concert on December 14, 1995. The 
students practiced for many months to 
perform their numbers so well. The Orches- 
tra was directed by Mrs. Cathy Vetovetz. 




Orchesetra. Row one: Paul 
Glowacki, Amber Sabel, Katrina 
Murphy. Carolyn Gudaitis, Kim 
Kosovich, Jennifer Poulos, Nikki 
Yannaras, Julie Thompson, Megan 
Ballanger, Sammy Koerber. Row 
two: Monique Egelton, Jacqueline 
Young, Karen Salisbury. Amanda 
Price, Katie Bauer, Paula Reese, 
Beth Weinbrecht, Stephanie Di 
Biase, Jenny Cicco, Danielle 
Calabrese, Margaret Good, Kathy 
Gibbons, Betsy Gibbons, Aileen 
Glowacki. Row three. Alia Craw- 
ford, Will Freeman, Rich Butera, 
Karen Hanson, Stacia Ketchum, 
Rayshand Durrah, Davina Gage, 
Jamel Lawrence, Robert Latsch, 
David Tisi, Carrie Sharp. Joe Dula. 
Gilbert Taylor, Todd Vicic, 
Conductor, Cathy Vetovitz 



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Jenny Cicco hiding behind her music during pratice. 



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his season has probably been the 
most exciting ever for the Euclid 
Panther Marching Band." Truer 
words were never spoken as the band 
marched in all of the G.C.C. champion 
varsity football games and took 3rd place 
in Class AA at the Nordonia Competition 
of Bands. Band Director, Diane Tizzano 
and new Assistant Band Director, Glenn 
Obergefell guided the young band to 
many new festivities including the Rock 
and Roll Hall of Fame parade, the World 
Series parade, and the Eggleston's 
Christmas parade in Atlanta. The Panther 
Marching Band also marched in the 
Annual Woolybear Festival and per- 
formed the 1812 Overture with fireworks 
for Homecoming. Auxiliary Director, 
Betsy Leonetti helped the Flag Corps and 
Majorettes add energy to the shows as 
student conductors Senior Field Com- 
mander, Carrie Sharp and Junior Field 
Commander, David Giancola kept the 
band looking sharp and sounding great. In 
addition to the 1812 Overture, the band 
performed such crowd-pleasers as 
Thriller, Boogie Down, and Emperata 
Overture as well as the Senior Show, 
written exclusively by the Class of 1996. 
-Joe Dula 
Band Vice President 





Junior Field Commander. Dave Giancola... ...and Senior Field Commander, Carrie Sharp, 

directed the band while they performed all of their intricate maneuvers on the field in front of the crowd. 




Majorette, Christy Geeewich twirling her 
baton while Todd Vicie and Lyle 
Steelman play together during half-time. 

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Marching Band. Row one: Shannon Clark. Ericka Dennis. Christie Peacock, Stefanie Brown, Megan Miezin, Kim Kosovich, Christie Gecewich, Dawn Ganser, Nicole 
[ackson, Elizabeth Copic, Kendra Proctor. Lydia Urn. Row two: Amanda Carleton, Vicki Yarish, Doraja Lake, Alia Crawford. Maureen Porcen. Candy Ferguson, 
.'liana Newson. Row three: Marissa Mukavetz. Stacia Ketchum, Michael Verch, Frank De Luca. Romeo Gillyard, Dan Spepsky, Jamel Lawrence. Rashand Durrah, 
tich Butera, Nick DiBiase, Rob Szambe, Brian Lynn, Dave Solema. April Dworning. Jennifer Willis Row four: Amanda Price. Karen Lemieux. Rachel Zielinski, 
'aula Rees, Matrika Johnson, Megan Lipsic. Jenny Goda. Denise Witten, Cassandra Jones, Karen Hanson. Juliette Hopkins, Alana Roberts, Katie Bauer. Row five: 
slick Tirabassi, Sean Nelson, Tim Day. Brian Cocherell, Tim Zorman. Michael Miklavcic, Beth Weinbrecht, Danielle Calabrese, Ada Cunningham, Jennifer Davis, 
tichard Landsman. Jenny Cicco, Antonina Fiorelli. Row six: Melissa Medlen, Pat Dilalla. Matt De Wine. Jennifer Emser. Jonathan Gudaitis. Jason Skok, Robin 
^ausche, Stephanie Di Biase, Todd Vicic, Mike Reilly, Lyle Steelman, Todd Lapp, Shaun Holness. Row seven: Tara Van Ho. Sara Kale. Lemuel Gardner, Joe Dula, 
iVilliam Freeman, Ryan Farkas, Rob Latsch. Row eight: Doug Grisard, Mike Zielinski, Reggie George. Row nine: Glenn Obergefell, Dave Giancola, Carrie Sharp, 
)iane Tizzano. 





After performing at Half-Time the members sat in the 

stands and played during the rest of the game. 

The Marching Band lined up at the beginning of the 

game so the football players could run down the line as 

they were introduced by the announcer. 

During the Half-Time ceremonies Dave Giancola 

directed while Rich Butera, Frank De Luca, Nick Di 

Biase, Ryan Farkas, Dave Tisi and Pat Dilalla played 

their instruments. 

Marching Band 





THEIR FLAGS 



Flag Corps add color and motion to half-time ceremonies 



Flag Corps began with try-outs in May 
and ended with the huge Atlanta 
Christmas Parade. In between was 
lots of work and lots of fun. Band camp 
consisted of 2 weeks of roasting in the sun, 
practicing the fundamentals of marching. 
They learned their field positions for 
pregame and show songs. At home games 
they did pregame activities and then sat in 
the stands to cheer the Panthers on to 



victory. At away games they did not have a 
pregame show. 

At half-time they did their best to entertain 
the football fans with exciting songs like 
"Thriller" and The march from "Raiders of 
the Lost Arc'" and succeeded each time. 
Besides performing at football games they 
also performed at the Rock & Roll Hall of 
Fame Parade, The Indians' World Series 
Parade, Tag Day, The Bay Village Festival, 



The Wooly Bear Parade, The Walkathon, 
The Forest Park trip, and the huge Atlanta 
Christmas Parade. 
The schedule was very busy but the 
members were able to make new friends 
and bond with old ones. Flag Corps held a 
special place for all it's members. Ms. 
Betsy Leonetti was the advisor for the Flag 
Corps. 

-Cuana Newson 




Flag Corps. Row one: Megan Miezin, Tara Van Ho, Heather Perusek. Row two: Alia Crawford, Vicky Yarish, Lydia Urh, Shannon Clark, Liz Copic, Dawn Ganser, 
Maureen Porcen, Heather Mulhall, Amanda Carleton Row three: Ericka Dennis, Jenny Willis, Candi Ferguson, Marissa Mukavetz, Kendra Proctor, April 
Dworning, Cuana Newson, Doraja Lake, Nicole Jackson 





Heather Perusek, Candie Ferguson, Elizabeth Copic, Amanda Carleton, Maureen Porcen 
and Dawn Ganser march to the front of the line. 

Flag Corps Tara Van Ho, Vicki Yarish, Maureen Porcen and 

Nicole Jackson saluting with their flags. 







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The 1995-96 Euclid Majorette 
Squad twirled their way through 
another great (exciting) season. 
They were led on the field by Feature 
Twirler, Christy Peacock, along with 
senior, Stefanie Brown, sophomores 
Christine Gecewich, Kim Kosovich and 
freshman, Jessica Scott. From the 
beginning of band camp in early August 
to their last indoor concert, dedication 
and enthusiasm was sustained throughout 
the entire football season. This year they 
were chosen to march in the downtown 
Cleveland Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame 
Parade and the Indians Pep Rally Parade 
along with the EHS Band. They twirled 
together in many parades, festivals, pep 
rallies, competitions and the football half- 
time shows. Their last performance was 
in the Memorial Day parade. Their season 
concluded but they will never forget the 
memories. 

-Christy Peacock 



Majorettes: Kim Kosovich, Christy Peacock, Stefanie Brown, Christy Gecewich, Jessica Scott 





Stefanie Brown, Christy Gecewich, Christy 
Peacock, David Giancola and Kim Kosovich in 

front of the band. 

Jason Skok, Pat Dilalia, Katie Ross and Jennifer 

Emser play while Christy Peacock twirls. 

Joe Dula, Emily Freeh, Will Freeman and David 

Tisi march behind Stefanie Brown as she waits for 

her baton to come down. 



Majorettes 





Concert Band 
plays beautiful 
music together 





Concert Band, Row one: Tamara Clemmons, Karen Hanson, Jenny Goda, Karen Lemieux, Megan Lipiec, Katie Ross, Alana Roberts, Matrika Johnson, Rachel 
Zielinski, Katie Bauer, Cassandra Jones. Row two: Joe Pula, Beth Weinbrecht, Jenny Cicco, Danielle Calabrese, Richard Landsmann, Ada Cunningham, Nancy 
Miklowski, Antottia Fiorelli, Jennifer Rys, Amanda Price, Paula Rees, Stephanie Di Biase, Tim Day, Brian Cocherell, Michael Miklavic, Mike Zielinski. Tim 
Zorman. Row three: James Roth, Melissa Medlen, Nick 1 irabassi, Lem Gardner, Emily Freeh, Will Freeman, Natalie Clemmons, Jonathan Gudaitis, Jason Skok, 
Matt Dc Wine, Pat Di Lalla, Robiin Lausche, Mike Reilly, Jennifer Emser, Todd Lapp, Jeff Evans, Todd Vicic, Lyle Steelman. Row four: Joe Tomino, Dave Giancola 
Chris Trzcinski, Dave Solema, Rich Butera, Michael Verch, Romeo Gillyard, Jamel Lawrence, Stacia Ketchum, Nick Di Biase, Ryan Farkas, David Tisi, Carrie 
Sharp, Martin Tomsk, Robert Latsch. Director, Ms. Diane Tizzano. 



The Concert Band was directed by Ms. 
Diane Tizzano and practiced during 
the fourth period. They put on their 
annual winter concert on January 23 and also 
participated in musical activities throughout 
the year. 




Concert Band members tuning up before their 
performance. 



Varsity Chorale girls. 





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musically talented students who sang 
and danced at performances through- 
out the year. They were directed by Bea 
Grushcow and Ken Ferlito and participated 
in many shows so they developed into a 
close knit group. 

Varsity Chorale. Row one: Carolyn Klocker, Colleen 
Longshaw, Nicole Genovese. Katie Walker. Row 
two: Kevin Klocker, Gilbert Taylor, Jason 
Edwardsen, Andre Mc Michael, Heather Kinison, 
Rachel Zielinski, Natalie Mc Gill. Row three: Alia 
Crawford, Scott Lawrence, Jodi Dominick, Fritz 
Streiff, Cory Watson, Jill Corrigan, Craig Sulecki, 
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numbers. 



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The Choral Masters 
and Choraliers 
gave their annual 
winter concert on Decem- 
ber 1 4 after practicing 
throughout the fall. It 
gave the students a chance 
to show their abilities to 
their neighbors and 
friends. 





Choraliers. Row one: Shavee Robinson, Sher 
Smiley Desiree Takacs, Autumn Duckworth, 
Vernadette White. Ebony Wheeler. Row two: 
Katie Collins, Christian Green, Miya Watkins, 
Omega Parker, Coretta Wells, Jamie Corel!, 
Catrina Tanner, Ramona Tate, Kristina Pulhal. 




Clifford Beasley accompanying the group. 



Choral Masters. Row one: Vicki Yarish, Tabitha 
Polachek, Dawn Ganser, Amanda Dodge, Erin 
Vincenti, Megan Osterman, Stephanie Kazar, Maria 
Negolfka. Row two: Ranessa Barrett, John Smarsh, 
Jason Short, Wayne Arendt, Maurice Harrison, 
Jonathan Hoinski, Robert Latsch, Ebony 
Harrington. Row three: Sarah Kenny. Suzanne 
Stambaugh, Kourtney Highland, Brandi Jones, Erin 
Stern, Chris Slagle, Dave Giancola, Rick Papo, 
Chris Mayle, Sarah Keller. Row four: Mrs Bea 
Grushcow, Monique Egleton, Raphiel Southall, 
Alicia Renix, James Kent, Katrina Murphy, 
Tayonna Davis, Mr. Ken Ferlito. 



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Voices of New Life, Row one: Nikki Church, Ebony Wheeler, Tenisha Matthews, Sherrie Dudley, 
laura Anderson, Robyn Guildersleeve, Quiana Davis, Michelle Price. Row two: Zarina Haddon, 
Jeriree Takacs, Jacqueline Montgomery, Donna Fuller, Anthony Murphy, Israel Jackson, Brandi 
(ones, Alixha Renix, Faith Thomas, Tanisha Ramsey. Row three: Rokita Riddle, Quana Martin, 
amille Brandon, Melaney Guilliam, Chastity Guilliam, Frank Lewis, Dray Wallace, Vinnie Palmer, 
mayla Smith, Autumn Duckworth, Tabitha Polichek. Row four: Katrina Murphy, Monique Egleton, 
^rkira Anderson, Coretta Wales, Director,Clifton Beasley, Janelle Easter, Sharee Robinson, Chrissy 
jreen. 




Members practicing for the concert. 



Voices of New Life 







he Euclid chapter of the Naval Junior 
Reserve Officers Training Corps 

program entered it's second year in 
95-96! it "gave students a chance to learn 
about the military and learn a lot about 
themselves. They participated in programs 
within the school such as being guides 
ilunn^Parent'Eeacher Conterences and color 
guards during football arBba&etball games. 
The]jMso« on trips 10 other schools and 

ion . u compeihiMBwith other 
groups. Th< \- j-ram euabiec^Rm to 
advance whe bey enrolled^^ftlege and 
be able to st hud- foi fis'-i^Beducation. 






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Shaun Glicken, Bobby Cofield, Gi Bran Britt and Peer Tutors. Row one: Heather Perusek, Jennifer Hrovat, Marie Salupo, Allison Hrovat. Row two: Carolyn 

Chris Volmout learn strategy by playing against each Gudaitis, Colvey Martin, Cathy Gibbons. Row three: Stacia Ketchum, Angela Miklavcic, Jessica D'Apice, 

other. Jen Davis. Row four: Kristina Brewer, Patti Carpenter, Lori Mitskavich. BtoH 

Chess Club works out their strategies 




Tim Mazurik practices his technique against 
Thaddeus Thaxton. 



Chess Club, Row one: Thaddeus Thaxton, Shaun Glicken, Chris Vohnout, Beau Woodford, Adviser, Mr. 
Thaddeus Thaxton. Row two: Bobby Cofield, Gi Bran Britt, Tim Mazurik, Jason Robinson, Bryan Conyers, 
Chen Lee. 



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Key Club is a service to the school 




Chad Shuskey President 

Marie Salupo 1st Vice President 

Scott Lawrence 2nd Vice President 

Natalie Mc Gill Secretary 

Brenda Moyer Secretary/Treasurer 

Allen Black Faculty Adviser 

Dan Bergolc Ohio District Secretary/ 

Treasurer 

Aileen Glowacki Division Lt. Governo 




ey Club, Row one; Dan Bergolc, Dan Seifried, Jim Janosik, Natalie Mc Gill, Chad Shuskey, Marie Salupo, Scott 
awrence, Brrenda Moyer, Collette Sams-Gaunt, Aileen Glowacki, Jason Edwardsen. Row two: Susan King, Tom 
eldkamp, Rene Latsch, Vicki Yarish, Candi Ferguson, Mo Porcen, Paula Reese, Karen Lemieux. Row three: Megan 
ipsic, Megan Novinc, Chris Mayle, Carolyn Gudaitis, Sarah Keller, Melissa Novinc, Melanie Bergolc. Row four: 
emuel Gardner, Karen Salisbury. Jason Skok, Bryan Arendt, Fritz Streiff. Row five: Reggie George, Tim Day, Phil 
aminski, Jonathan Gudaitis, Lou I .indie. Scott Granito, T.J. Grabinowski. 




Brandi Wright signs the card that was 
sponsored by Key Club and sent to Chandell 
Tindsley at Forest Park. 




toilette Sarn.s-Gaunt, Brenda Moyer and Chad Shuskey get ready 
) begin the meeting. 



Key Club members getting ready for the meeting to begin. 



Key Club 





Ski Club 
makes winter fun 



The winter passed more quickly if you 
were a skier. Instead of dreading the 
snow skiers actually looked forward 
to it. The winter of 1995-96 really began 
hard when an early storm closed schools one 
day early for winter vacation and then 
extended winter vacation by one day because 
of another storm. When students got back 
from vacation it really looked like winter and 
it felt like skiing. The snow lasted into the 
third week of January before warm weather 
and rains melted all the local snow. The ski 
areas, however, still had lots of the white 
stuff and skiing continued. Skiing was a fun 
activity and the school program gave 
students a chance to experience it for a 
relatively low price. 



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Jamie Greskowiak, Becky Hren, Carly Dillon, Nikki Hrdlicka and Mike Praskavich getting their skis in 
preparation for a fun evening on the slopes. 




Brian Gecewich, Tom Setser, Dana Vance and Kristin Samsa realize how much fun it is to be out in the snow. 



Clinic ai des help out if a student is sick 




Clinic Aides, Row one: Nikki Johnson, Dawn Ganser, Kristie Zevnik. Row two: Katie Kunsman takes Joe Barzal's blood pressure to make sure that everything is 

Jill Corrigan, Erin Stern, Kelly Smith. all right. 




Science Olympics enables Euclid 
students to compete with other schools 



Kristina Zevnik helps a student get their weight for 
their personal records. 





Jennifer Waina, Allison Metti and Steve Yannaras 

get information about the Science Olympic events from 
adviser, Mrs. Christine Torrelli 



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A.ES. helps students learn how to get along with others 



The American Field Service Club 
(A.F.S.) gave students a chance to 
learn about other cultures and the 
people in those cultures. Mrs. Barbara 
Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis were the 
advisers for the club and they arranged the 
exchanges that occurred between the 
different clubs throughout the country. The 
Euclid club sometimes visited other cities 
and clubs in other cities visited Euclid. 




A.F.S. president, Shona Mc Cune described the year's 
activities to the members of the club. 





A.F.S.. Row one: Ron Timm, Shona Mc Cune, Marie Salupo, Heather Scott, Kathy O'Grady, Jessica 
D'Apice. Row two: Sharon Mollis. Tim De Wine, Tracey Martorello, Gwen Wurm. Row three: Kristina 
Geiger, Michael Mc Donald, Shaundra Bailey, Jeff Beck, Robert Rosberg, Beau Woodford. Row four: Fritz 
Streiff, Matrika Johnson, Jamie Kascak. Row five: Jinai Amos, Becka Borchert, Paula Rees, Mandy Kascak, 
Katie Salisbury, Candy Ferguson. Row six: Renee Watson, Jan Janyawat, Eric Schuster, Amanda Davis, 
Melissa Novinc, Maureen Porcen. 




A.F.S. 



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S.A.V.E. helps students learn how to get along with the environment 




S.A.V.E., Mary Dacar, Courtney Sharp, Jill Smialek, Jamie Smialek, Melanie Bergolc, Angela Miklavcic. Adviser, Chris Torrelli, Katy Carmichael, Jinai Amos, 
Allison Hrovat, Molly Petras, Jennifer Hrovat. 

Students Against Violating the Envi 
ronment (S.A.V.E.) promoted the 
conservation and recycling of 
resources. They collected aluminum cans 
and paper throughout the school and made 
sure that it was properly recycled. They 
realized that there was only one Earth and 
that it's resources were finite. 



Angela Miklavcic discusses some of the projects that 
:he club will be doing throughout the year with the rest 
sf the members. 





Mary Dacar, Courtney Sharp, Allison Hrovat, 
Jamie Smialek, Katy Carmichael, Melanie Bergolc 
and Jinai Amos discuss different ways in which they 
can help the environment. 



S.A.V.E. 






Drill team formed to present show during basketball half times 



The Drill Team consisted of a group of 
students who liked to march and move 
together. They practiced after school 
and put on several demonstrations during the 
half time of basketball games. 




Vernadette White, Ebony Wheeler and Talia 
Conner moving together. 



Drill Team. 





Drill Team. Row one: Ebony Wheeler, Vernadette White, Talia Conner, Mikia Jenkins, Tayonna Davis. Row! 
two: Frank Lewis, Ericka Dennis, Lisa Patterson, Theresa Poindexter, Colleen Longshaw, Monica Coram. 
Row three: Nicole Varbrough, Mark English, Stephany Hasberry, Keila Malone, Alicia Renin. Cory Watson, 
Lakisha Henderson. 




Alicia Renix, Monica Coram and Cory Watson moving together. 



Wm Napolo puts on annual swim show in the spring 




The members of Wai Napolo faced a 
challenge that they had no control 
over in 1995-96. The boy's pool was 
being rebuilt and was unusable for most of 
the year. This impacted both the boy's and 
girl's swim teams and the members of Wai 
Napolo since there was only one pool 
available for use. Wai Napolo girls were not 
able to get into the pool until after the 
completion of the swim season. This was 
also a different year for the club since Mrs. 
Heather Koczur was their new adviser. 



Wai Napolo. Row one: Adviser, Mrs. Heather Koczur, 
Tabitha Polachek, Amanda Price, Heather Mulhall, 
Margaret Good, Paula Rees, Lisa Basalia, Candy 
Ferguson. 




Tabitha Polachek, Heather Koczur, Chrissy Green, 
Lisa Basalia, Amanda Price, Paula Rees and Heather 
MulhaM discuss what they intend to do during the year. 



Close Up learned how 
Washington works 



Close Up was a group of students that took a trip to 
Washington, D. C. in the spring to see how the govern 
ment works. The students had several fund raisers to 
help defray the cost of the trip. They were able to visit with 
other students from other parts of the country and look in on 
the workings of the capitol. Mr. Wayne Smith has been the 
adviser for many years. 



At the beginning of the year students picked 
up material describing the Close Up program 
from Mr. Wayne Smith. 

Wai Napolo/Close Up 





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The Media Aides were the people 
responsible for getting all the audiovi 
sual equipment to the classrooms. 
They also supplied the sound and lighting for 
the events taking place throughout the school 
and were in charge of producing the morning 
announcements. Mr. Allen Black was the 
adviser for the group. 

Media Aides, Row one: Scott Lawrence, Dan Bergolc, 
Jason Edwardsen. Row two: Paul Solema, Emeri 
Scott, Mark Browne, Jim Janosik. Row three: Brian 
Arendt, John Copic, Brian Lennon. Row four: Nick 
Solema, Hosea Mburu. 




Hosea Mburu and Nick Solema delivering an 
overhead projector to a teacher who needs it. 





Dan Bergolc, Brian Arendt and Scott Lawrence were some of the Media Aides that ran the cameras for 
assemblies and the mornina announcements. 




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irhe P. A. Announcers get the news out to the students 




like Pikus and Jill Swansegar and T. J. 
irabianowski and Alia Crawford get ready for the 
nnouncements. 



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Jill Swansegar and T. J. Grabianowski compare their 
scripts while Mr. Carl Jordan gets ready to give a 
special announcement with Kate Mc Guinness and 
Kelly Smith. 



On most mornings the P. A. 
Announcers brought the news i 
the day into every homeroom. 
They informed the students of meetings, 
class changes, sport's scores and all the 
other bits of information that went on 
within the school. They were an impor- 
tant part of the school program. 



SPEAK CLEARLY 

Mike Pikus and Angela Meros get ready to begin the 
announcements while Mr. Allen Black writes down 
some last minute instructions. 




Colleen Longsliaw and Casey Mc Redmond read their 
information while Mr. Spencer Kane talks about sports 
with Jill Swansegar and T. J. Grabianowski. 



P A Announcers 




The Survey brings the news of the school to the student* 



The Survey was the school's newspa- 
per which came out several times 
throughout the year. The paper 
reported on things that were of interest to the 
students and staff. The stories were entered 
into a computer and the pages were laid out 
using PageMaker® as the desk top publish- 
ing program. The actual printing was done 
outside the school. Mr. Stan Bender was the 
adviser for the group. 





Angelyn Mattson watches what Mike Pikus is 

working on while Mr. Stan Bender works on another 
computer. 



Survey, Row one: Marie Salupo, Carrie Sharp, Angelyn Mattson, Chad Shuskey, Mike Pikus, Adviser. Stan . 
Bender. Row two: Lou Lindic, Romero Howard, Hillary Resnik, Dave Bischof. Row three: Jennifer Hrovat, 
Raychaun Fuller, Melanie Bergolc. Row four: Megan Novinc, Erin Patterson, Allison Hrovat, Katie 
Salisbury. Row five: Karen Salisbury, Anthony Castrovince, Melissa Novinc. Row six: Mark Browne, Bryan j 
Arendt, John Copic. Dan Bergolc. 





Mike Pikus gives some advice to Chad Shuskey when making 

a layout. 
Fred Kope, David Brinovec and Hosea Mburu working on the 

pages. 
4 )" Survey 




The Euclidian remembers the year for all time 



The yearbook lasts forever. It was an 
historical account of the school year. 
It showed all the students and staff 
that called Euclid their home during the 
1995-96 school year. It showed all the 
different sport's teams that competed 
throughout the year. It showed all the 
different clubs and organizations that 
participated in making Euclid the school that 
it was during 1995-96. It tried to show all the 
items and events that made Euclid High 
School. Euclid High School. It was the 
history book that students would keep 
forever and refer to in the future. 






MANY EUCLID STUDENTS HAVE A JOB | 

Having a job was a reality for many of the students at Euclid High School. 
Students wanted to have money so that they could make purchases at local stores 
and be entertained. Teenagers were an important market for store owners since 
they spent lots of money on clothes and gifts and entertainment. Some students were also 
saving for their schooling after high school. A poll was taken of the seniors and more 
than 70% of them responded that they had a job and more than 10% said that they 
worked more than 30 hours every week. 




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H ND 29.3% 



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B 20-30 36 S% 
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How many hours 
do you work in a 
week? 








Julie Ann Newsome getting the menus 
ready at the Cambridge Cafe. 

Jobs 



An'Drea Woodard is making you a hamburger at Wendy's. 

Erin Vincenti and Kham Phommavichit are happy to bag your groceries at Reiders Stop-n-Shop. 

Nikki Johnson and Dawn Schultz would be happy to help you find what you need at Marc's. 




■teve Barrett helps his customers find their goods at 

dare's. 

indy Dirk gets what his customers want from the 

tock room at Best Products. 



Jerome Dismukes, Kenny Brown and Adam Diaz 

perform their cooking magic at Taco Bell. 
Carrie Mack, Doloris Orbanic and Matt White help 
their customers to look good at the Diamond Company. 
Nicole Genovese makes sure that all your groceries get 
packed well at Dave's Supermarket. 



Liz Buchner will be happy to sell you sounds you want 
to hear at Sam Goody's. 

Jobs 




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On Tuesday, October 31, 1995 
Euclid students again celebrated 
Halloween by dressing up for 
school. Student Council also sponsored 
their annual Halloween Party for the 
young children in the Euclid community. 
During the day many Euclid students 



dressed up as cartoon and movie characters 
to show their appreciation for the events of 
the day. The turnout was better than in 
previous years and everyone seemed to 
have a fun time even though it was a dark 
and rainy day and night. 





Erin Gady, Emily Freeh, Courtney Sharp and Bryal 
Arendt show some the the creative costumes that wen 
in the building. 




Melissa Hoppert, Carly Dillon, Becky Hren, Nikki Hrdlicka, Cuana Newson, Katie Bauer and 
Jennifer Hrovat showing off some of their costumes. 

Halloween 





Becky Hren, Carly Dillon, Kristin Sacko and 
Detric Wilson are all dressed up and ready to go out 
on the town. 




Top: Megan Miezin, Andy Dirk, Dawn Lo Conti and 

Melanie Bergolc show off their costumes. 

Above right: Jill Smialek, Courtney Sharp, Jamie 

Greskowiak, Jessica D'Apice, Brenda Moyer, 

Mandy Mc Peek, Brad Hodge, Colette Sarns-Gaunt, 

[Ron Timm and Kelly Hiscott had fun on Halloween. 

Right: Christina Fabert, Sharon Hollis and Kristina 

Geiger were real princesses for the day. 

Far right: Kate Mc Guinness. Kristy Praznovsky and 

Angela Meros found a lot to purr about on Halloween. 






National Honor Society members are the most active in the school 



National Honor Society consisted of 
students who exhibited a high set of 
standards at Euclid High School. In 
order to be a member a student had to be 
above average in grades, citizenship, 
character and service. Jessica Sas was the 
President and Marc Orlando was the Vice 
President. Jennifer Hrovat and Jamie 
Smialek were both secretaries while Joe 
Tucceri was the historian. The adviser for 
the organization was Mrs. Judy Zubi- 
zarreta. 





N.H.S.. Row one: Marc Orlando, Jessica Sas, Jennifer Hrovat. Row two: Lakeisha Henderson, Angela Merosj 
Kristina Geiger, Trisha O'Hara. Dave Bishof. Row three: Katy Kocin, Joe Dula, Fritz Streiff, Sharon Hollis, 
Kate Mc Guinness, Katie Bauer. Row four: Mike Heramb, Shannon Woodworth. Row five: Kathleen 
Graham, Beth Kramer, Aileen Glowacki, Melanie Bergok. Row six: Mary Wolf, Margaret Good, Stephanie 
Sabo, Kathy Gibbons, Lisa Pike. Row seven: Jeff Grundman, Chad Shuskey, Liz Buchner, Beckie Glavan, 
Sarah Kale. Not pictured: Jamie Smialek, Joe Tucceri, Allison FitzGerald, Markus Garlauskas, Heather 
Kinison, Angelyn Mattson, Megan Miezin, Angela Miklavcic, Margy Mihalic, Meghan Nagode, Julie Ann 
Newsome, Heather Nickell, Alana Roberts, Marie Salupo, Rachel Zielinski. 



Jamie Smialek, Mrs. 
Judy Zubizarreta, Marc 
Orlando, Chad Shuskey, 
Jeff Grundman, Joe Dula 
and Dave Bischof 
listening to the events 
occurring at the meeting. 



N. H. S. President, Jessica Sas, talking to the other 
members and telling them what to expect throughout 
the year. 





National Honor Society 




Eucuyo publishes student's original works 




Sucuyo, Row one: Kelly Echols, Kelly Hiscott, Mandy Mc Peek, Allison Hrovat. Row two: Suzanne 
itambaugh. Carissa Moon, Katy Carmichael. Melanie Pierce, Katrina Murphy, Courtney Strah, Marc 
)rlando. Row three: Jaime Jordan, David Tisi, Adviser. Mrs. Judy Stobinski, Nick Solema, Angelyn Mattson, 
)arrius Durr. 





Mrs. Judy Zubizarreta makes ice cream sundaes for 
Shannon Woodworth and Sharon Hoilis during one 
of the meetings. 



Kristina Geiger and Angela Meros are really enjoying 
their ice cream. 



Eucuyo was Euclid's Literary maga 
zine, written, produced and composed 
by Euclid students. Meetings were 
held to gather ideas and entries to put 
together into a book that was suitable for 
many awards. Eucuyo was made possible by 
donations from the staff, businesses and 
parents to pay for printing and publishing. 
Without the outside support, the magazine 
would not have been nearly as successful. 
Last year's effort won awards for artistry and 
individual style. Anyone could enter their 
work, and anyone could join. Mrs. Judy 
Stobinski was the adviser for the group. 
-Kelly Hiscott 




"It's a grreat feeling seeing the 
finished product after months of 
preparation" 

Kelly Hiscott 




Fall Play dealt with a lady who wanted to do her own thing 



This year's Fall Play, "The Curious 
Savage", was a smashing success. 
Under the skilled direction of Mrs. 
Judy Mc Laughlin, the cast delivered 3 
nights of enchanting entertainment. The 
leading lady, Katie Mc Guinness, gave a 
sterling performance as Mrs. Savage. She 
was accompanied on stage by seniors, 
Colleen Longshaw, Angela Koeth and 
Dawn Lo Conti; juniors Colette Sarns- 
Gaunt, Craig Sulecki, Scott Lawrence, 
Gilbert Taylor II; sophomores Justin 
Barrett and Michelle Marcelli and 
freshmen Dan Seifried. Dusty Sulecki 
performed as John Thomas. Jennifer 
Hrovat was the Student Director and 
Mark Browne did the lighting. Mr. Mc 
Laughlin built the fabulous set and 
Courtney Highland was the infamous 
curtain lady. 

-Colette Sarns-Gaunt 




Kate Mc Guinness shares some fond memories of her 

husband with Colleen Longshaw. 

Kate Mc Guinness listens to her daughter, Colette 

Sarns-Gaunt talk about her life. 

Dawn Lo Conti tells Kate Mc Guinness some of the 

things she hates. 

Justin Barrett and Craig Sulecki discussing how to 

get their mother committed. 

Angela Koeth, Gilbert Taylor, Dan Seifried and 

Michelle Marcelli listen to Kate Mc Guinness talk 

about her daughter. 



Fall Play 





The Curious Savage cast. Row one: Dusty Sulecki, Angela Koeth, Katie Mc Guinness, Colleen Longshaw, 
Michelle Marcelli. Row two: Colette Sarns-Gaunt, Dawn Lo Conti, Dan Seifried, Gilbert Taylor, Craig 
Sulecki. Director. Mrs. Judy Mc Laughlin, Scott Lawrence, Justin Barrett, Jennifer Hrovat. 




The reindeer escaped from Reindeer Hall in the Holiday Play 




Holiday Play, Row one: Carolina Pino, Becky Boos, Will Freeman. Row two: Lydia Urn, Elizabeth Copic, Alia 
Crawford, Katrina Murphy, Lori Dean, Gilbert Taylor, Craig Sulicki, Megan Lipiec, Kourtney Highland, 
Alana Roberts, Amy Lindic, Colleen Longshaw, Wendy Barker, Dawn Lo Conti, Dan Seifried. Row three: 
Rob Latsch, Nick Solema, Jim Janosik, Michelle Marcelli, Nick Rufo, Christina Marcelli. 



Euclid's annual Holiday Play was 
presented on December 13,14,15, 
and 16 for the elementary schools 
and for the rest of the school. "Kringle- 
Krangle and the Runaway Reindeer" was 
written and directed by retired English 
teacher, Ms. Judith Carmody. The play 
concerned the problems that occurred 
when two elves forgot to lock reindeer 
hall and the reindeer escaped just before 
the Holidays. The Grumbleskins found 
them and were going to hold them for 
ransom but then had a change of heart 
and returned them in time for the holi- 
days. 



Lydia Urh, Carolina Pino, Liz Copic, Katrina 
Murphy, Megan Miezin and Alia Crawford were 
discussing the situation among themselves. 

Christina Marcelli, Kourtney Highland, Becky Boos, 
Lori Dean, Katrina Murphy, Carolina Pino, Liz 
Copic, Meg Miezin, Dan Seifried, Alia Crawford and 
Michelle Marcelli are wishing together to try to get the 
reindeer back. 






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Alana Roberts and Kourtney Highland called and 
called in search of the missing reinder. 

Lori Dean and Katrina Murphy were sitting 
around in the cottage trying do devise a plan to find 
the missing reindeer. 

Amy Lindic and Wendy Barker found the reindeer 
and were thinking of things that they could do with 
them. 



Holiday Play 




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Student Council is the organization that gets things done 



Student Council sponsored many 
activities that helped around the school 
and the community. They consisted of 
a group of students that were devoted to 
helping others. They sponsored the Blood 
Drive, collections for needy families before 
the holidays, Homecoming and all its 
festivities, Winterfest, Halloween for the 
community and many other valuable 
activities. Student Council was sponsored by 
Ms. Diane Maroli and Ms. Christina 
Soltesz. 





Student Council Officers, Row one: Fritz Streiff. Christina Fabert. Sharon Hollis, Kristina Geiger, Kate Mc 
Guinness. Row two: Christy Fulton, Kristina Brewer, Mandy-Mc Peek, Katie Walker, Rashad Wilson. 



Kate Mc Guinness, Fritz Streiff, Sharon Hollis. 
Christina Fabert and Kristina Geiger doing some 
oeeoratina for the holidays. 





Riley Messina, John Copic, Stephanie Whitworth, London Proctor, Tim De Wine, Marie Salupo, Scott 
Lawrence, Chad Shuskey, Aileen Glowacki, Natalie. Mc Gill. Nick Seifieid, Jessica D'Apice and Lee Nosse 
enjoyed themselves at Homecoming. | * I 



Student Council 





Student Council, Row one: Lauren Arnold, Zinal 
Patel, Dana Vance, Tracy Martorello, Donna Beuoy, 
Angela Meros, Scott Granito, Kevin Klocker, Jim 
Swyt, Lisa Udovich, Katie Walker, Erin Vincente. 
Row two: Margaret Corcoran, Jenn Davis, Carolyn 
Klocker, Jill Swanseger, Kristina Brewer, Chirstine 
Fulton, Christina Fabert, Sharon Hollis. Kristina 
Geiger, Kate Mc Guinness, Fritz Streiff, Rashad 
Wilson, Randy Henderson. Row three: Amy Salerno, 
Jamie Sinialek, Katie Baioni, Jodi Dominick. Tim 
Fogarty, Jennifer Waina, Annie Wein, Becky Hren, 
Christy Peacock. Kelly Kontra, Ericka Dennis. 
Amanda Price, Ursula Wein, Lisa Basalia, Maranne 
Zagar Row four: Paul Pavicic, Jeff Evans, Kevin 
Evans, Bud White, Mandy Mc Peek, Vicky Yarish, 
Jenny Willis, Colleen Longshaw, Melissa Sanders, 
Dan Bergolc, De Laurence Fouche, Dave Bischof, 
Nakeshia Duke, Chanel Lockett. Row five: Courtney- 
Sharp, Lori Mitskavich, Courtney Stall, Tara Van 
Ho, Heather Kinison, Dan Smith, Jamie Jordan. 



Jamie Sinialek. Kelly Kontra and Christy Peacock are helping decorate t 
eteria before the holidays. 




On December 1 3 Student Council sponsored their annual Blood Drive so 
students could donate a pint of blood and help others in need. It was held in the 
Choral Room and many students took the opportunity to help someone else. 
Mary Wolf and Cuana Newson were some of the students who gave blood. 





Melissa Hoppert, Mark Fording. Katie Baioni. Mike Zivnoska, Jodi Dominick 
Jenn Davis, Tim Fogarty and Kevin Evans were at the Homecoming Dance 
sponsored by Student Council. 



Student Council 





Office aides enable the secretaries to work better 



Many important events at Euclid 
took place in the offices and it was 
the secretaries and their helpers 
who enabled this to take place. The Office 
Aides were there to deliver messages to 
students throughout the school,, help with the 
filing of papers and reports, arranging and 
alphabetizing lists and every other little thing 
that had to be done to keep the offices 
running smoothly. The secretaries got some 
help and the students got some experience. 





Office Aides. Row one: Colleen Taylor, Becky Godec, Katie Baioni, Kristina Geiger, Scott Granito, Jay 
Kletecka. Row two: Jim Swyt, Melissa Hoppert, Mandy Mc Peek, Lauren Hadyk, Kate Mc Guinness, Kristy 
Praznovsky, Angela Meros, Sharon Hollis, Donna Beuoy, Heather Scott, Erin Gady, Bekka Borchert. Row 
three: Jay Peterkelly, Lizzy Domin, Kate Bechtel, Andy Nesbett, Lisa Tapiin, Megan Coyne, Zinal Patel, 
Melissa Saunders. Row four: Courtney Sharp, Erin Ryan, Lauren Arnold, Rachel Ackley, Kim Hutton, 
Colvey Martin. Row five: Joe Tucceri, Alison Stahre, Chrissy Kovacevich, Melanie Bergolc, Kristina Brewei 
Jennifer Smith. Row six: Angela Miklavcic, Robin Lausche, Amanda Price, Kevin Klocker, Christy 
Richards, Elizabeth Vurusic, Jessica Serwatka, Gina Prodan. 



Fritz Streiff and Christina Fabert helping M|| 
Carolyn Heuer with her jobs. 




Office Aides 





The Library was always a popular place to study since the students got a chance to read current publications and 
learn with their friends. Here is Stacy Richond, Becky Boos and Lori Dean utilizing the resources of the Library. 




poetry Club helps widen the student's horizons 



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"Do you enjoy good poetry?" The members 
of the Poetry Club did. They could be found 
in the Library after school reading and 
listening to poetry that was created by other 
members of the club or published works. Ms. 
Barbara Spiga was the adviser for the 
group. 



oetry Club members; Valerie Spears, Jon Schied, Amamda Davis. Ron Timm, Carly Dillon, Suzanne 
tambaugh, Gwen Wurm, Mike Osredkar, Katie Clark and Adam Zeitz listening to poetry in the Library. 




Jon Schied reads some of his works while Valerie 
Spears, Ron Timm and Amanda Davis listen. 




Latreas Donald was a Library Aide who was 
responsible for getting the books back onto the shelves 
where they belonged. 



SA.D.D.wants students to not mix alcohol and gasoline 



No one should drink alcohol and 
drive. This was the message that 
the members of S.A.D.D. (Stu- 
dents Against Driving Drunk) tried to get 
across to the students at Euclid High 
School. They did this by distributing red 
ribbons to be worn throughout the holiday 
season as a reminder to keep sober if they 
were going to drive. The group also tried 
to help students get rid of prejudices held 
against other people by the use of puppets 
and skits that they would perform for the 
elementary and middle schools. Kids on 
the Block used puppets to portray different 
situations that kids got into during school 
and tried to show the students how they 
could get out of a situation that was 
detrimental. Mrs. Kathy Hoinski was the 
adviser for the group. 




S.A.D.D., Row one: Adviser, Mrs. Kathy Hoinski, Courtney Strah, Katrina Murphy, Katie Baioni, Margaretl 
Corcoran, Doug Zeman, John Hoinski. Row two: Freddy Blatnik, Lydia Urh, Lauren Arnold, Mike Kulcsar 
Lou Lindic. 




Freddy Blatnik holds up a copy of the poster that was 
sent to all homerooms to try and urge everyone to not 
drink and drive. 

S.A.D.D. members 

learning about the plans 

for the year. 



S.A.D.D./Kids on the Block 



Chrissy Gecewich and Kim Kosovich practice their 
skit with the Kids on the Block puppets. 



Doug Zeman makes posters while Katie Baioni and I 
Margaret Corcoran look on. 





Minding their own business 

3.E.C.A. helps students learn about the business world 



DECA 



An Association o( Marketing Students 

:UCLf* HIGH SCHOOL 




enior D. E. Class, Row one: Dolores Orbanic, Heather Niekell, Jaina Blackford, Mark Nicolosi. Meghan 
>razen, Joe Nosan, Igor Sugar. Row two: Ali Kucinski. Dana Finotti, Brent Shaw, Dave Champa, Beekie 
llavan, Angela Meros, Angela Koeth, Julie Newsom. Advisor. Jean Jelenic. 



Distributive Education Clubs of 
America (D.E.C.A.) was a 
student run club that coincided 
with Euclid's Marketing Education class. 
Mrs Jean Jelenic was the second year 
advisor for the club. It was designed for 
juniors and seniors who were interested in 
a carer in marketing and management. In 
their junior year, the students attended 
classes and studied the stock market, 
business finance, marketing research and 
many other business related activities. 
Seniors spent part of their day in school 
learning about everything from job 
interviewing to advertising and sales. 
During the remainder of the day they 
were employed in retail establishments 
within the Euclid area in a variety of 
retail, wholesale, and service capacities. 
In D.E.C.A.. students competed against 
other high school students on the local, 
state and national level in areas related to 
their career interest. 



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unior D. E. Class, Row one: Katie Sierputovvski, Mark Nicolosi, Joe Nosan, Dana Vance. Row two: Brent 
ihaw, Chris Jones, Mark Fording, Tim Fogarty, Advisor Jean Jelenic. 




Ali Kucinski, Heather Niekell, Dana Finotti and 

Jaina Blackford are good friends in both the D.E. class 

and on the soccer field and have many fond memories 

with each other. 

Joe Nosan and Mark Nicolosi use a calculator to check 

some of the exercises that they did. 

Fund-raising is an important part in the D.E. class. Here 

Tim Fogarty buys a candy bar from Brent Shaw while 

Katie Sierputovvski and Chris Jones 

do their work. 

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Cassandra Jones shows off her collection of 
pictures of her friends and relatives. 

Angela Grida wants everyone to know that 

she is an Indians fan as well as having 

pictures of her friends. 

Sarah Keller has a couple of her friends 
pictures in her locker. 




Lockers 




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ockers became more important this 
year since the rules were changed 
f so that students could not carry 
book bags and back packs to their classes. 
This was done to relieve the congestion 
that the bags caused when they were 
lying around on the floors in the classes. 
Because of that, students had to keep 
most of their books in their lockers when 
they were not being used. Many students 
still decorated their lockers so that they 
could show their individuality. 




Kim Kosovich and Christy Gecewich show off their 
lockers that contain lots of information about their 
participation in Majorettes and Flag Corps. 



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The main purpose of any school was to provide a place where 
the students could get an education. A competent staff was 
necessary in order to achieve that goal. At Euclid there were 
many dedicated staff members who did their best to promote 
learning by the students. 




Biology teacher. Mr. Dale Hollingsworth 
helps new student, Valerie Van Ho find her 
way through the halls. 
Social Studies teacher. Mr. Steve Marcu, 
helps some freshmen find their way to their 
next classes on the first day of school. 
Band director. Miss Diane Tizzano. devotes 
much of her time to the Marching Band so 
they can put on an enjoyable performance at 
half-time. Sarah Kale is one of the band 
members who also helps out. 



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Hola Clase!! Says Spanish teacher Miss 
Kimberly Tribby, who works hard to 

;et the students interested in the material 

that they are learning and give them an 

appreciation for other countries. 




Euclid's staff is very helpfull 

Mrs. Laura Adelstein wants her students to be able to 

mature into responsible citizens. 

Head Football Coach. Tom Banc, gives information to 

John Mc Clain and Monroe Milkman that they can 

use during the game to improve the team's position. 



With help anyone can achieve 



ADMUN1ST 

Every school needs gobd leadership 





ScWooI Board members: Barbara E. Kramer. Vice-President Carol DeWine, 
Pifesident Carol L. Bechtel, Kevin P. Flynt and Kay F. Van Ho. 



Euclid School'sAdministration, Row one: John P. Fell, Assistant for Superintendent 
Patti Pedersen. Business Manager; Katie M. Shorter, Director of Hitman Re- 
sources. Row two: Lowell B. Davis. Treasurer; Robert Knuth, Director of 
Secondary Education: Dr. Kurt Stanic, Superintendent of Schools; Robert 
McLaughlin. Director of Pupil Personnel. 



Robert Knuth 

Principal 

Justin Antonini 

Associate Principal 



Marilyn Foote 

i Grade Principal 






Carl Jordan 

10th Grade Principal 

Michelle Ayers 

1 1th Grade Principal 

Ben Pasquale 

1 2th Grade Principal 




Academics 










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he 1995-96 school year saw two 
new administrators at Euclid High 
School. One of them was a 
splacement but the other was added to 
elp take care of the many jobs that were 
ecessary in a school the size of Euclid. 
darilyn Foote was the new ninth grade 
'rin^ip^i while Par i Jorda n took over 
s the new tenth grade Principal? 



the addition of the new principal, Euclid 
now had four principals so that each 
could remain with a particular class until 
it graduated and then would begin with a 
new ninth grade class. This made it nice 
for the students since they would have 
the same principal throughout their years 
at Euclid. 




an inquisitive mind 





Jane Addis. English, Social 
Studies, AFS Club Adviser 
Laura Adelstein, English 
Alex Allan, Law Enforcement 
Susan Amato, English 
Earl Archibald, Custodian 



Bill Attamante. Work-Study 
Coordinator 

Tom Banc. Government. 
Geopolitics. Current Issues, Head 
^Football Coach 

I Barbish, Security Aide 
John Bai^za, Science 
Tainmie Barnes. Security 



Joyce Barrett, Vocational 1 

Economics 

Stan Bender, AP Biology, 
Advanced Biology, 9th grade 
Honors Biology. Survey Adviser. 
Science Dept. Chairperson 
Allen Black. A.V. Technician, 
Key Club Adviser. A.V. Club 
advisor 

Dolores Black. English 
Mary Black. Cafeteria 
Supervisor 

Barbara Breeden, Geometry. 
College Algebra/Trig 
Patricia Buck, Phys. Ed. Dept 
Co-Chairperson. Faculty 
Representative for girl's sports. 
Freshman Volleyball Coach. 
Kendra Callihan, Mathematics 
Wendy Case. Sports Trainer 
Angela Christopher, Main 
Office Secretary 

John CopenhaverySecurity 

Aide 

CarmenpoTaianni. Custodian 
Hap>WDaugherty. Health, 
fead Basketball Coach 
Kim Dixon, Mathematics. 
Proficiency Intervention. Math 
and Algebra Connections 
Susan Dennis-Rogers, 
Proficiency Math. Algebra II 

Terry DuBroy, Mathematics 
Michael Durbin. Computer 
Dept. Chairperson 
Alex Dzerowicz. Government, 

Geo Politics. Current Issues 

Reggie Echols, Industrial 

Technology 

Charlotte Elston. Principal's 

secretary 



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Fans getting ready for the 
Euclid-St. Ignatius game in 
September. 



Academics 




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Ken Ferlito, Varsity Chorale, 
Choral Masters, Big Show 
Director 
Gale Flament. Photography 
Jane Fowler, Treasurer 
Daniel R. Francetic, Plan- 
etarium, Astronomy, Physics 
Holly Freedman, Design, 
Painting. Portfolio, Art Dept. 
Chairperson 

Marquita Fuller, English 

Barbara Gates, Vocational 

Special Education Coordinator 

Ed Greisl, Custodian 

Bea Grushcow, Varsity 

Chorale, Choral Masters, Bij 

now 

Tom HalbejJefT Science, 

Biology, Cross-Country Coach, 

Asst. Indopr'Track/Track Coach 

Jeff Hartmann. American 

History, World Cultures 

Robert Heramb, World 

Cultures. Psychology. Boy's 

Tennis Coach 

Carolyn Heuer, Social Studies 

Jo Ann Hodder. Counselor's 

Secretary 

Frank Hoffert. A. P. European 

History. American Government, 

Economics, Social Studies 

Dept. Chairperson 

Dale Hollingsworth, Science 

Dick Homovec, Physical 

Education, DCT 

Beverly Howse, Vocational 

Home Economics 

Larry Isaacs. NJROTC 

Frank Jablonski. Honors 

English I. English 1 

an Jelenic. Marketing 

Coordinator. DECA Adviser, 

Future Business Leaders 

Advisor 

Joyce Katona, Supplemental 

Services for Special Needs 

Students 

Bill Kazen. Supervisor, I.S.S. 

Center 

Dennis Kehn, Security 

Jim Kelley, Honors U.S. 

History 

Ellen Klein. Typing I, 

Keyboarding, World History 

Marsha Knauss. Career 

Coordinator 

Heather Koczur, Ninth grade 

science, Wai Napolo Advisor 

Ingrid Koenig. German, 

Cultural Club Advisor 

Karen Kozlowski, Library 




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Heather Perusek, Dawn Ganzer, 

Lydia Urh, Kendra Proctor and 

Cuana Newson doing their dance 

at half time with the Flag Corps. 

Academics 





Students can turn to Euclid's staff 



Jessica Doyle, Mary 
Dacar, Richard Clark, 
Bob Chmielewski and 
Fred Blatnik know that 
any problems that they 
have with their computer 
projects can be helped by 
consulting with their 
instructor. 



nswers 



Mr. Jeff Hartmann asks questions orHjs class in order 
to test their knowledge. 




Mrs. Fran Ratka distributes information to her students so 
expected. 



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Zubizarreta tries 

to give her 

students ideas 

that they can use 

throughout their 

lives. 







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English .Kfacher, Mr. Robert Petrovic, knows 

fat a good understanding of the English 

lanatfage is essential for everyone living in our 

fountry and tries to get this idea across to his 

students. 



I Oth Grade Principal, Mr. Carl Jordan, and 12th 
jrade Principal, Mr. Ben Pasquale, discuss some 
of the problems that they were having in trying to 
get their students to want to learn what is 
necessary to succeed at Euclid. 





Mrs. Paula Sheridan knows that a good understanding 
girls and attempts to get her students to learn from her 



at' how to run a household is necessary for both boys and 
examples. 



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Lisa Kurlander, Introduction to 

Living Things, Biology 

Paula Langdon, Art 

Betsy Leonetti, Spanish 1 and II. 

Flag Corps and Majorette 

Advisor 

Joan Linderman. Secretary 

Ken Lowe, English, Fine Arts 

Margaret Lucas, Librarian, 
Media Specialist 
Debra Lunka, Secretary 
Marc Manburg. Accounting, 
Adv. Accounting, Personal and 
Business Law, Business Dept. 
Chairperson 

Jteven L. Marcu, Current 
<and Psychology, 

Joach, Spirit Club 

Diane Maroli. Socsd Studies. 
Student Council Adviset Spirit 
Club Adviser. Freshman 
Softball Coach 

Kathleen Marsh, Library 

Media Specialist 

Barbara Masseria. Social 

Studies 

Orlando Mason. Supervisor, 

I.S.S. Center 

Allan Matko. OWA. Science. 

Video Scrapbook 

Michelle Mc Garry. Physics 

Karen Mc Gill. Freshman & 
Soph. English. English as a 
second Language 
Brad Mc Govern. Science. 
Basic Science. Physics 
Judy Mc Laughlin. Freshman 
English. Jun. Honors English, 
Fall Play Director, Coordinator 
of NCTE Writing Contest 
Sandi Mc Redmond. Regi 
Edie Mellen. CommerciiikArt 

Mary Jane MicphTGerneral 
Art, CraftsJSfawing 
DavuLMiIler, Mathematics 

fmond R. Montani. Voc. 
Automotives I. II 
Katie Morris, Biological 
Science 
Susan Murray, English 

Vickie Nally, Algebra I, 
Geometry 

Carole Niebes, English 
Margaret Nielsen, Home Econ. 
Dept. Chairperson. GRADS 
Program 

Sean O'Toole, English 
Joan Paskert. CBE Coordina- 
tor, Vocational Bus. Dept. 
Algebra II, Math., SADD 
Adviser, Kids on the Block 
Adviser 



Cheerleaders, Shona Mc Cune, Nikki 
Barbis, Meghan Orazen, Chrissy Fabert, 
Kristina Geiger, Kim Petrik, Ebony Lane, 
Alison Stahre and Lauren Arnold doing 
their routines at a football same. 



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Catherine Payne, Librarian 
Katherine Pasquale, Interven- 
tion Specialist, Future Teachers 
Advisor 
Deborah Petrick, Spanish II, 
III 
Jo-Rita Perez, Mathematics 
Robert Petrovic. English I, 
A.P. English, English Dept. 
Chairperson 

Roy Pignatiello, Math. 

Personal Computers, Asst. 

Football Coach, Head Girl's 

Basketball Coach 

Sally Pla, French, German 

Ronald Powaski. World 

: History, A.P. American Histor; 

Lisa Proctor. Algetjra I, 

Proficiency Mathjtrrfervention 

BarbajaTKamlow. Jun. 

crglish, AFS Adviser 

'Robert Ramlow, Health, 
3 hysical Education Dept. Co- 
Chairperson, Track Coach 
Emma Ransom, Security 
Fran Ratka, Chemistry, Intro. 
to Physics and Chemistry 
Mike Rezzolla, Social Studies 
Marcy Richards, Proficiency 
Math, Algebra I, JV Volleyball 
Coach 

Joe Rodriguez, Physical 

Education, Head Boy's Swim 

Coach 

Debbie Rudder. Foods I 

Joyce Russo, English 

Sam Santilli. Typing, 

Keyboarding. Notetaking. 

Freshman Football.JV Girl's 

Basketball Coach 

Greg Sattler, OWE 

Bette Svhmeling. Chemistry, 

■tenors Chemistry 

Cheryl Schosslelsjjitervention 

ecialist 

Ken Schriner, Introduction 

Business. Keyboarding, Asst. 

Varsity Football Coach 

Fred Schroeder, Industrial 

Technology 

Donata Schulz. Health Aide 

Pete Schwenke, Physical 
Education 
Mickey Segulin, Health Aide 
Nick Selvaggio. Law Enforce- 
ment 
Janet Severino, Occupational 
Work Experience Coordinator 
Laura Sharp, Attendance 
Secretary 



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Varsity Chorale members. Katie Baioni, Katie 

Walker, Erin Vincenti, Jodi Domuiiek, Sarah Kale, 

Carolyn Klocker, Chris Di Biase, Kevin Klocker, 

Fritz Straff, Jason Edwardsen, Creig Suk-cki, 

Nicole Genove.se, Cory Watson and Jason Jones sing 

the National Anthem before a football game. 

Academics 




Mrs. Ellen 
Klein tries to 
help her 
students to 
learn how to 
succeed in the 
business world 



glasses give time for students to interact with staff 




Patti Carpenter, Courtney Strah and 
Allison Hrovat are reallySnteracting with 
their balances when they did Bys lab to find 
the density of some objects. 

Mr. Marc Manburg attempts to get ftr 
students to interact with each other while 
they are enjoying their days at Euclid. 

Mike Hughes, Eric Raphael, Josh 
Halstead, April Dworning, Mike Jolly and 
La Gina White are getting to know each 
other in their class. 




Mrs. Heather Koczur explains to her 
class what will be expected of them in 
the upcoming weeks. 

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James Simpson. Social Studies 
Bonnie Smith, French. Spanish, 
Robert Smith. Architecture, 
Advanced Drafting, Small 
Engines, Introduction to 
Welding 

Tony Smith, Security 
Wayne Smith. Honors World 
History, African Asian 
Literature 

Frank Soltesz, Science 
Barbara Spiga, English. 
Poetry Club Adviser. Peer 
Tutoring Adviser 
Veronica Stadler. Health, 
Physical Education 
.Dave Stanco, Security 
Jutiith Stobinski. Sophomore 
and Junrsr^English, Eucuyo 
Advisor 

Michael Sustin, Crrsmistry, 

General Science 

Lynette Tercek, Secretary 

Diane Tizzano, Marching Bah 

Concert Band, Jazz Band, Pep 

Band. Choraliers 

Carol Tkac. English 

Chris Torrelli, Biology, Science 

Olympics, S.A.V.E. 



Alex Toth, Math Connection, | 

Geometry, Math for Modern 

Living 

Kimberly Tribby, Spanish I. II 

Pat Turk. Security Aide 

Dennis Turkall. Honors 

Algebra II, Algebra I, JV 

Basketball Coach, Varsity 

Baseball Coach 

Jan Ulle, Mathematics 

Cindy Valencic, Attend/ 
Secretary 

Catherine Vetoyifz, Music 
Bill Von Bertken. Chemistry, 
A. P. apefHonors Chemistry, 
rbook Adviser, Ski Club 
Adviser 

Mrs. Walker, Security Aide 
Phyllis Walsh, Secretary 

Connie Warman, Athletic 

Director Secretary 

Daniel Wensing, Personal 

Computers, Calculus, Modern 

Living Math 

Dick York. Science, English, L. 

D., D. H. Dept. Chairperson 

Judith Zubizarreta, Spanish. 

Foreign Language Dept. 

Chairperson 

Ron Zucca. Pie-Calculus, 

Algebra Connections. JV 

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ready to take their seats after 
introducing the players at the 
beginning of the game. 

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The underclass was important to every school since these 
were the students that were going to become future 
seniors and graduates. Euclid was fortunate to have 
many undergraduates so that the size of the school was getting 
larger all the time. The attitudes that were formed in the early 
years at school carried over to the later years. 




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le freshmen get used to Euclid. upperclassmen. 








Science teacher, Mrs. Fran Ratka. wants her underclassmen to have a good understanding of science since the 
world is becoming more and more technical. 

Chrissy Kovacevich, Kathy Stobierski, Jackie Sas, Amber Cogley and Colleen Taylor spend time in the offices 
so they can get experience with helping out in a work environment. 



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The freshmen had an exciting year 
and experienced many new things. 
They went from being top-ranked 
middle schoolers to novice high schoolers. 
Everything around them was new-a high 
school impossible to navigate, new teach- 
ers, more homework, even some new 
classmates. After a few weeks, however, 
the freshmen managed to settle into the 
high school groove. They learned their way 
around the building, got familiar with their 
teachers, and met new friends. Most 
managed to get past the toughest year of 
high school with a smile, and are ready to 
help next year's newcomers get into the 
now familiar routine of high school. 
-Allison FitzGerald 

Regina Cadovec and some of her friends had an 

enjoyable time at Homecoming. 

Below: Cordell Morris catches the ball and makes a 

good gain for the freshman team. 

Below right: Freshmen getting used to buying their 

lunches from the vending machines in the cafeteria. 






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Dawn Merritt was an important part of the girl's soccer team as she goes for the ball. 
Freshmen cheerleaders. Amie Ficere, Regina Cadovec, Vicki Mc Namara, Abby 
Stanic and Leah Cherne did their best to aet the fans involved in the same. 





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confer with their coach. Ms. Pat Buck, on 
strategy that they will use during the game. 




Leah Cherne 
Latasha Clarke 
Patrick Clarke 
Ruth Cleary 
Louis Clernt 
Latreas Donald 
Terri Joseph 

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Autumn Abramczyk 

Patricia Abshire 

Lea Acino 

Marcello Acino 

Daemyon Adams 

Melissa Ahmetovic 

Lisa Alkema 

Charmaine Allen 

Laura Anderson 

Michael Anderson 

La Shandra Anthony 

Mary Arcieri 

Christopher Armaro 

Daniel Axson Jr. 

Ramona Badley 

Michael Bailey 

Rashaun Bailey 

India Baisden 

Megan Ballinger 

Machele Ballou 

Wendy Barker 

Gregory Baron 

Richard Bartel 

Lisa Basalla 

Takara Baugh 

Thomas Bauza 

Natalie Beck 

Michael Belanich 

Brandon Bell 

Royce Belton 

Jamie Benak 

Kristie Bialko 

Christopher Biehl 

Jonathan Black 

Marena Black 

Jerry Blade 

Kathleen Blatnik 

Rachel Blevins 

Tamica Bloodworth 

Anna Bosolt 

Darin Bowers 

Holly Bowmaster 

Elan Boyd 

Melissa Brady 

Michael Brazytis 

Ryan Brenner 

Gregory Bresler 

Wendi Brichacek 

Alexandrea Brinovec 

Ronald Broughton Jr. 

James Brown III 

Michael Brown 

Brandon Bucar 

Jessica Burns 

Robert Butera 

Regina Cadovec 



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Veronica Callaway 
Thomas Cangemi 
Katy Carmichael 
Kevin Carse 
Cedrick Carstarphen 
Robby Casiato 
Anthony Castrovince 

David Cherne 
Brian Chike 
Michael Christopher 
Nichelle Church 
Vincent Cistrunk 
Justin Clay 
Dionne Clemmons 

Carlin Cloud 
Brian Cocherell 
Gabriel Cogley 
Janelle Colini 
Chandra Collier 
Myron Collier 
Katie Collins 

Jamie Comer 
Shayla Conner 
Cynthia Cook 
William Cooper 
Charles Cooper III 
Nicholle Cooper 
Elizabeth Copic 

John Copic 
Jamie Correll 
James Cothron 
Wesley Crane III 
Ada Cunningham 
Elizabeth Curtis 
David D' Amico Jr. 

Kelly Daly 
Jervase Daniels 
Edmund Davis 
Maurice Davis Jr. 
Reginald Davis 
Richard Davis 
Cherise Dawkins 

Stephen Dawson Jr. 
Timothy Day 
Michelle De Loach 
Franklin De Luca 
Darrion De Ramus 
Krishauna De Ramus 
Sarah Deal 

Michael Dennis 
Katherine Dobucki 
Michael Dominick 
Nicholas Dore 
Holly Douglas 
Rita Dowell 
Matthew Drotleff 



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Autumn Duckworth 

Almir Duheric 

Shaneika Duncan 

Kimberly Dunham 

Janelle Easter 

David Edmonds 

Leah Edmonds 

Monique Egleton 

Jennifer Emser 

Jeffrey Evans 

Richard Falconer 

Ryan Farkas 

Thomas Feldkamp 

Alphonso Finley Jr. 

Alpechino Fletcher 

Jerome Forster 

Scott Fredrick 

Richard Freeman 

Michael Frydrych 

David Fulton 

Michael Gates Jr. 

Ricci Gaughan 

Shawn George 

Matthew Gillessen 

Richard Glavan 

Laura dicker 

Jennifer Goda 

Dorian Goulde 

Kevin Graves 

Malinda Graves 

Kenneth Gravitte 

Christian Green 

Jonathan Green 

Patricia Gregory 

Brian Grice 

Kevin Grisez 

Adriane Groudle 

Laural Grundman 

Jonathan Gudaitis 

Yahaira Guilfu Diaz 

Patrick Gutbrod 

Zarina Haddon 

Taneisha Hairston 

Jacqueline Hale 

Benjamin Halstead 

Karen Hanson 

Eabonie Harrington 

Dominic Harris 

Thomas Hartley 

Michael Hartson 
Amin Harville 
Christina Hatcher 
Enisha Hawkins 
Gerald Headd II 
Joseph Hefler IV 
Michelle Heising 




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Brandon Henderson 
Jessica Hendrickson 
Leslie Hicks 
Tracey Hicks 
Wilbur Hicks Jr. 
Gregory Higgins 
Duval Hill 

Leslie Hill 
Amanda Hirsch 
Sean Hodge 
Jonathon Hoinski 
Tiffany Howard 
Lanetta Huey 
Rebecca Hurst 

Rose Ihejirika 
Shannon Ivancic 
Bethany Jackson 
Jonta Jackson 
Maurice Jackson 
Nicole Jackson 
Crystal Jamerson 

Erika James 
Simeko Jenkins 
Scott Johnson 
Lawrence Jones 
Tamea Jones 
Sean Kane 
Jamie Kaucic 

Melissa Keller 
Omar Kennedy 
Sarah Kenny 
Susan King 
Martin Knott 
Anita Kochevar 
Samantha Koerber 

Katie Kolar 
Matthew Krutsch 
Jenna Kuklica 
Harry La Fountaine 
Wallace Lach 
Bobby Larkin Jr. 
Devoncil Lash 

Michele Laurich 
Brian Leben 
Candice Leftwich 
Jason Lendhurst 
Brian Lennon 
Deshaun Lewis 
Chen Li 

Nicholas Lindic 
Jason Linton 
Megan Lipiec 
Chanel Lockett 
Adrienne Lorber 
Jasaon Loveless 
Peter Lovsin 



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Suzanne Lucas 

Jolena Macklin 

Mizell Mahoney 

Jemialle Manigault 

Michael Marcelli 

Raul Maria 

Edward Markuz 

Keith Martin 

Mario Marusic 

Stefanie Massey 

Frank Mastalski 

Tenisha Matthews 

Christopher Mayle 

Anthony Mc Carthy 

Gregg Mc Clain 

Kathleen Mc Cluskey 

Jakiya Mc Intyre 

La Mar Mc Kinney 

Kindrick Mc Morris 

Melissa Medlen 

Dawn Merritt 

Gregory Meyers 

Jayson Middleton 

Michael Miklavcic 

Nanci Miklowski 

Jimmy Miller Jr. 
Courtney Mills 

Steven Modelski 

Natesha Moon 
Cordell Morris 
Daniel Moxley 
Tonya Mueller 
Anthony Murphy 
Gerald Murphy 
Melanie Myers 

Monique Nance 

William Nelson 

Mary Beth Noll 

Megan Novinc 

Delvona Oliver 

Sekeste Oliver 

Todd Oravecz 

Ingrid Orlic 

Melissa Osbey 

David Ott 

Rafael Pacheco 

Kevin Padden 

Brian Paige 

Aaron Panter 

Brian Paoloni 

Calvin Parker Jr. 

Omega Parker 

John Patrick 

Gregory Patouhas 

Matthew Patrick 

Christina Peric 



Freshmen 





Molly Petras 
Robert Petrochic 
Natalie Phillips 
Peter Phillips 
Soulasack Phoumyyoth 
Robert Polachek 
William Popovic 

Jennifer Poulos 
Amanda Price 
Brandon Ptak 
Geoffrey Quigley 
Jabraun Randall 
Atini Ransaw 
Preston Raymond 

Schenee Reed 
Erin Reilly 
Brandon Richardson 
Chavon Riggins 
Jill Robinson 
Sharee Robinson 
Kenneth Rogers 

James Roth 
Jacqueline Royce 
De Onte' Rucker 
Jennifer Rys 
Angela Sabbath 
Kongsy Saengchareun 
Bouachanh Saengcharoen 

Khemeo Sahye 
Karen Salisbury 
Amy Salupo 
Nicholette Sams 
Christopher Sanders 
John Sanderson Jr. 
Satasha Sawyer 

Jason Scalese 
Brian Schmidt 
Jonathan Schmidt 
John Schnell 
Gregory Schonauer 
Jessica Scott 
Mediandra Scott 

Herbert Scruggs 
Kirk Sederholm 
Daniel Seifried 
M. Shannon Setser 
Shawn Shady 
Brandon Shaw 
Renee Shelden 

Richard Shepherd 
Ross Shirey 
Jeffrey Sierputowski 
Jamilyin Singleteary 
Jason Skok 
Matthew Slabe 
Daniel Slepsky 



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Nicholas Dubiase 

Dennis Disbrow 

Vladislav Dujmovic 

Amanda Ficere 

Stephen Flitcraft II 

Teddie Graves 

Maria Hall 

Ebony Jernigan 

Denis Langsdale 

Walter Locust 

Victoria Mc Natnara 

Michelle Minnis 

Jayson Piszko 

Krishna Puhalj 

Jo van Smith 

Carmen Travick 

Devito Young 

Michael Slogar 

Anne Slusser 

Leland Smerdel 

Rachel Smiciklas 

Sher Smiley 

Daniel Smith 

Re'Tina Smith 

Emmanuel Smith 

Regina Smith 

Ryan Smith 

Shayla Smith 

Shelly Snyder 

Thomas Soini 

David Solema 

Raphiel Southall 

John Spada 

Vickie Spears 

Jay Spikes 

Tracy Spooner 

Abby Stanic 

Lynne Stern 

Adrian Stewart 

Matthew Stout 

Nicholas Strell 

Vishantie Sudam 

Norman Sullivan 

John Sultzmann 

Thomas Sustar 

Sharon Switalski 

Desiree Takacs 

Remona Tate 

Sondi Taylor 

Thaddeus Thaxton 

Michael Theil Jr. 

Heather Thomas 

Antonio Thompson 

Julia Thompson 

April Thurman 

Jennifer Todd 



Freshmen 






Jason Tolliver 
Ana Tot 

Kimberly Tramsak 
Scott Trepal 
Candy Tucker 
Amanda Tutolo 
Ronald Tyler Jr. 

Valerie Van Ho 
Sheri Vaslavsky 
Angelica Vazquez 
Michael Verch 
Alicia Veres 
Tommy Virgies Jr. 
Ana Vucic 

Michael Vuyancih 
Karen Wade 
Locust Walter 
Dwayne Walters 
Rodney Walton Jr. 
Ramone Walton-Terrell 
Terrance Ware 

Eugene Warner 
Eddie Washington 
Miya Watkins 
Tahnesha Watts 
La Treese Weems 
Thomas Weglarz 
Ursula Wein 

Timothy Weintraub 
Coretta Wells 
Kevin Welsh 
Precious Wesley 
Joseph White 
Julie Whitely 
De Juan Whitney 

Stephanie Whitworth 
Jennifer Wiggins 
Camille Williams 
Diana Williams 
Maria Williams 
Noel Williams 
Oral Williams II 

Jamikka Willis 
Todd Willoughby 
Branden Wilson 
John Wise 
Brandon Womick 
De'Chella Woodruff 
Chineawa Woods 

Christina Woyton 
Niki Yannaras 
Nichole Yarbrough 
Kelly Young 
Marianne Zagar 
Melinda Zahorsky 
Jamie Zupancic 



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Sophomores try to get their act together 



The sophomore year was one of 
students trying to find out about 
themselves. Most had been in 
Euclid for a year so they knew their way 
around the building but now they had to 
find their way around their own lives. 
Sophomores had more responsibilities but 
they were faced with many decisions that 
had to be made. They had to decide what 
kind of courses they wanted to enroll in 
so they could begin moving towards some 
goal in life. Some knew where they were 
intending to go but most found this time 
to be very confusing and at times 
frustrating. Sophomores had many 
emotional ups and downs but most made 
it through those trying times. 



April Dworning has a lot of fun at Euclid decorating 
her locker so she will always have enjoyable memories. 




Mike Jolly, April Dworning and John Smarsh are working hard in their chemistry course since they know that 
what they learn will help them when they get to college. 




Sophomores 



Robin Ulle has a job at Jay Dee Cleaners so she can 
earn some money for herself so she can have more fun 
in high school. 



Jennifer Thomas works hard at her job at the 
Cambridge Cafe where she is learning about the 
working world and making money to buy the things 
she wants. 




Rachel Ackley 
Robin Adams 
Misty Amonette 
Andrew Aquilano 
Bryan Arendt 
Bradford Armstrong 

Lauren Arnold 
Rashaad Bandy 
Kevin Banks 
Andre Bankston 
Dana Barbish 
Christina Barquinero 

Cliff Bartlett 
Joseph Barzal 
Kristin Bell 
Lynn Bell 
Shavon Bell 
Jamil Benjamin 

Majida Besley 
Truceilla Besses 
Thomas Blackburn 
William Bluhm 
Rebecca Borchert 
Denny Bosher 



Sommer Boswell 
Jessica Bowser 
Calvin Bradford 
Nicholas Bresler 
Kristina Brewer 
Shaun Brochak 



Chameka Brooks 
Christopher Brown 
Jeffrey Brown 
Kenneth Brown Jr. 
Kimyashia Brown 
Larry Brown 

Michael Bruno 
Erin Brzezinski 
William Buchannon 
Clifton Bunton 
David Burke 
Christopher Burrell 



Emanuel Burton III 
Frederick Bush III 
Richard Butera 
Jeffrey Cahill 
Daryl Callahan 
David Calvert 



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Jennifer Capretta 

Amanda Carleton 

Patricia Carpenter 

Belicia Caves 

Robert Cerjan 

Leroy Champion 

Amy Chandler 

Zachary Cherne 

Kristin Choma 

Jennifer Cicco 

John Clark 

Shannon Clark 



Monique Cleaves 

Tomika Cockrell 

Bridgette Cofield 

Amber Cogley 

Joseph Colantonio 

Jamie Cole 



April Comer 

Frances Connelly 

Talia Conner 

Bryan Conyers 

Margaret Corcoran 

Deshawn Cousette 



Sandra Crawford 

Michael Creer 

Rebecca Crismor 

Derrick Crutchfield 

Shaun Cummings 

Alan Cvetovac 



Pandora Dana 

Bernardette Daniels 

Antonio Darby 

Richard Dattilo 

Darneil Davis 

Johnathan Davis 



Tayonna Davis 

Matthew De Wine 

Ericka Dennis 

Jonathan Dennis 

Regan Dent 

Patrick Dilalla 



Sean Dlugos 

Amanda Dodge 

Richard Dotson 

Rashida Dowd 

Jessica Doyle 

James Duer 



Sophomores 





Zineta Duheric 
Nakeshia Duke 
Darius Durr 
Rashand Durrah 
April Dworning 
Richard Echols 

Michael Echon 
Andrew Edmonds 
Ronnie Edmonds Jr. 
Keri Eiding 
Sandy Eler 
Quiana Ellis 



Yelonda Ellis 
Angelec Fears 
James Fernatt 
Antonina Fiorelli 
Daniel Fitzpatrick 
Charmaine Fleetwood 



Erin Flynt 
Monique Fofanah 
Takera Forehand 
De Laurence Fouche 
Stephanie Fox 
Mark Frederick 



Emily Freeh 
Lauren Freeman 
Tyria Freeman 
De Auna Frierson 
John Fuduric 
Donna Fuller 



Raychaun Fuller 
Christine Fulton 
Erin Gady 
Charles Galati 
Vanessa Gallman 
Jarod Ganser 



Tonya Gardner 
Dara Garrett 
Lloyd Gatson 
Kelly Gavin 
Christine Gecewich 
Erica Gentile 



Elizabeth Gibbons 
Michele Gilbert 
Charity Gilliam 
Romeo Gillyard II 
Karen Gnandt 
Rebecca Godec 



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Timothy Goerndt 
Donte Goodwin 
Sondra Gordon 
Jeffrey Gorman 
Rolynda Gould 
Jennifer Grabianowski 

Kevin Graham 

Danielle Grande 

Brian Grant 

Edward Gray III 

Angela Grida 

Ciara Griesmar 



James Grinstead 

Patrick Grisez 

Maurice Hairston 

Ebony Hall 

Hanisha Hall 

Milton Hall 



Edward Haller 
Joshua Hammond 
David Hance 
Amanda Haris 
Damian Harris 
Desiree Harris 



Destiny Harris 

Richard Harris Jr. 

Terry Harris Jr. 

Tiffany Harris 

Stephany Hasberry 

Craig Hatcher 



Jennifer Hausen 

Craig Heiss 

Kevin Hendrickson 

Ryan Heramb 

Juan Hernandez 

Thomas Heuer 



Michael Higgins 

Kourtney Highland 

Berry Hill III 

Shaun Holness 

Christopher Holtz 

Steven Horton 



Charles Howard II 

Romero Howard 

Shawn Howard 

Amy Howell 

Allison Hrovat 

De Aunte Hughes 




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Eugene Hunter 
Tiffany Hurt 
Azizi Hutson 
Kimberly Hutton 
Shmere Ingram 
Darice Ivory 

David Jackson 
Elishia Jackson 
Margaret Jakse 
James Janosik 
Kimberly Jenkins 
Mikia Jenkins 



David Jenko 
Garrett Jerousek 
Michael Jochum 
David Johnson 
Gregory Johnson 
Johnny Johnson 

Keisha Johnson 
Kimberly Johnson 
Matrika Johnson 
Riki Johnson 
Michael Jolly 
Juanita Jones 



Phillip Kaminski 
Kristen Kascak 
Stephanie Kazar 
Sarah Keller 
Daniel Kerestesy 
Melissa Kerko 



Erin Kilkenney 
Jeanna King 
Jessica King 
Kristopher Klingmann 
Curtis Koeth 
Kelly Kontra 



Terry Kontra 
Matthew Koons 
Frederick Kope 
Kimberly Kosovich 
Christina Kovacevich 
lacob Kovit 



Michael Kreischer 
Brian Kukla 
Michael Kulcsar 
Michelle Kumel 
Kathryn Kunsman 
Gannon Kurey 



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■Being a sophomore isn't much 
different than when I was a freshman 
but it's one step closer to graduating, 
independence and college." 
Courtney Strah 



Crystal John, Matrika Johnson, Cassandra Jones, 
Denise Witten and Ebony Lane know the value of 
being involved in extracurricular activities while at 
high school. 



Brian Zorman and Terry Kontra are learning how to 
exchange data from one TI-S2 calculator to another. 





Sophomores 



Christy Gecewich, Lyle Steelman, Kim Kosovich, Jeff Evans, Nick DiBiase and Jenny Cicco had a lot of fun ;( 

Homecoming. 

Sophomores know more about the school! 




"I won't have to take 
gym class next year and 
also it's different from 
freshman year because 
you know what you're 
doing and it's not new 
anymore." 

Patti Carpenter 







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quite as much and I'm looking forward to 




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being a senior and I've matured and I'm 
doing a lot better in school this year than 




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last year and the classes aren't much harder 
but it's different because I'm doing the 
work" 

Pat Dilalla 














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Marching Band trumpets. Sliaim Holness, Matt De Wine, Jeff Evans, Todd Lapp and Todd Vicic get much 
enjoyment from participating in Euclid's activities. 



Amanda Price and Karen Lemieux know that the 
items that they keep in their lockers tells much about 
what they are interested in while at Euclid. 

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Many Euclid students came to the bonfire that was sponsored by Student Council before the Homecoming game 
with Maple Heights. 



Jason Waina and Erin Gady are enjoying what they 
are doing in the laboratory. 



Sophomores 




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Denise La Riccia 

Ronetta La Shore 

Renee Latsch 

Barry Lawrence 

Anthony Laws 

Leon Layton Jr. 

Karen Lemieux 

Ronald Lemieux 

Timothy Lewis 

Louis Lindic 

Maland Long 

Andy Ludvik 

Damon Luksich 

Terrance Maddox 

Christian Mahovlic 

Keila Malone 

Ryan Maloney 

Michelle Marcelli 



Quiana Martin 

Tracy Martorello 

Jason May 

Sean Mc Cafferty 

Allison Mc Clain 

Maureen Mc Cluskey 



Matthew Mc Dermott 

Michael Mc Donald 

Mitchell Mc Donald 

Reginald Mc Ghee 

John Mc Graw 

Robert Mc Graw 



Dontell Mc Michael 

Daniel Medves 

James Meely 

Danielle Merritt 

Allison Metti 

Amanda Meyer 

Erica Mikolajski 

Michael Miller 

Therese Mitchell 

Lori Mitskavich 

Jacqueline Montgomery 

Robin Moore 



Terrance Moore 

Erin Morrison 

Reginald Mosley 

Matthew Moster 

Sultan Muhammad 

Marissa Mukavetz 





Sophomores 




Katrina Murphy 
Michaelann Murphy 
Stacie Muzinic 
Claud Myrick 
Terrence N'Dow 
Sean Nelson 

Tiquashia Norris 
Emily Novak 
Lewis Nunley Jr. 
Molly O'Brien 
Cathleen O'Grady 
Matthew O'Hara 



Aisha Otremba 
Vencott Palmer 
Michael Paoloni 
Anna Paradzik 
Nina Parrino 
Zinal Patel 



Erin Patterson 
Nicole Patterson 
Mareen Pavicic 
Anne Payerchin 
Christy Peacock 
Maria Peacock 



Ozzie Penn Jr. 
Lori Penny 
Michelle Penny 
Georgian Peric 
Kathryn Pettit 
Rachael Pettit 



Jeremy Pfahl 
Todd Pfeifer 
Travis Phelps 
April Piendzik 
Christian Pierce 
Tabitha Polachek 



Ralph Poole 
Monica Povirk 
Artis Powell 
Rocco Preston 
Tamilia Prince 
Landon Proctor 



Gina Prodan 
Yanira Prokop 
Tony Radan 
Chester Rakowski 
Cynthia Reese 
Michael Reilly 



Sophomores 



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Sophomores 
enjoy spend- 
ing time 
together 



Courtney Sharp , 
and Jill Smialek 

are looking forward to 

spending two more years 

together since they love their school 

desperately although the work as a sophomore is harder and there is more of it. 




"Being a sophomore is truly something to 
remember and I'm looking forward to being a I 
junior next year." 

Rashida Dowd 




"It's more stressful than being a freshman 
because you realize that college is coming and 
there's a lot to look forward to." 
Emilv Freeh 








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Terry Kontra, Donte Goodwin and Martin Tonisic enjoy the time that they are spending together in class. 





Sophomores 



Allison Metti, Matrika Johnson and Betsy Gibbons will always remember the fun times that they had together 
class. 




Alicia Renix 
Amos Renix III 
Michael Renko 
Daniel Renstrom 
Hillary Resnik 
Alan Rice 

Christina Richards 
Sara Richardson 
Kristi Ries 
Keith Roberts 
Allen Robinson 
Willie Robinson 



Heather Rodick 
David Rogers 
Harold Rogers 
Scott Roop 
Janelle Routen 
Dominic Rufo 



Erin Ryan 
Samuel Sampson 
Bryan Scheider 
Carrie Schoen 
Eric Schuster 
Paul Schweikert 



Jessica Serwatka 
Courtney Sharp 
Brian Shaw 
Kimberlev Shippy 
Jason Short 
Brian Siedler 



Michael Simenc 
Kathy Simic 
Ivana Simicevic 
Albert Simpson Jr. 
Shelesta Sims 
William Skrab 



Christopher Slagle 
Allen Slamic 
John Smarsh 
Eric Smedley 
Jill Smialek 
Anthony Smith 



Chaka Smith 
Frank Smith 
Jeffery Smith 
Rion Smyth 
Kimberly Smith 
Raymond Spangler 



Sophomores 



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Students will remember 

many of the fun times 

they had at the assemblies 

during their high school 

days. 



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Justin Barrett 

Kartika Brown 

Ronald Dupree 

Jonathan Green 

Jonathan Johnson 

Shaun Melton 



Terry Robinson 

Nicholas Trafford 

Christopher Sparks 

Shamuire Spivey 

Alison Stahre 

Suzanne Stambaugh 



Joel Stavange 

Kathleen Stobierski 

Courtney Strah 

Nicole Strukel 

Donald Sukis 

Jill Swansegar 

Anthony Switalski 

Kevin Taksar 

Lisa Taplin 

Nicholas Tate 

Brandon Taylor 

Jamee Taylor 

Kelley Taylor 

Lakesha Taylor 

Ronald Taylor Jr. 

Tamsen Taylor 

Lucious Terrell 

Angela Tetter 

Donte Thomas 

Jennifer Thomas 

Shalyn Thomas 

James Tilk 

Roseanne Timm 

Mirl Timmons 



Nicholas Tirabassi 

Martin Tomsic 

Jeffod Torrence 

January Traven 

Joseph Trobenter 

Stephanie Troha 



Sophomores 





Christopher Trzcinski 
Rockquette Tucker 
Scott Turman 
Lisa Udovich 
Robyn Ulle 
Michael Valentine 

Cristina Vega 
Lynn Vernon 
Terrance Vernon 
Drina Vurbic 
Elizabeth Vurusic 
Alexis Wade 



John Wahl 
Jason Waina 
Lakeshia Walker 
Steven Walker 
Taunon Warren 
Demetrius Watkins 



Terrance Watson 
Najah Weeams 
Jenea Weems 
Howard Westerfield 
Ebony Wheeler 
Michael White 



Vernadette White 
Ryan Whitley 
Terreia Whitsett 
Benjamin Whittaker 
Eddie Wilcox 
Joel Williams 



Kalicia Williams 
Tamika Williams 
Jennifer Willis 
Owen Willis 
Starla Withers 
Jason Witten 

John Wolchko 
Beau Woodford 
Dante Woods 
Steven Yannaras 
Allen Yasko 
Jacqueline Young 

Daniel Zbiegien 
Michael Zdanowicz 
Sharon Zemba 
Geoffrey Zevnik 
Michael Zielinski 
Brian Zorman 



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Juniors have only one more year to gc 



Junior year was an important time for 
most high school students. By that 
time they had their drivers license 
and had a car available or at least knew 
someone who had a car. This led to 
much more freedom and a chance to 
express themselves in different ways. 
Many juniors were thinking about their 
future plans and what they would be 
doing in the years ahead. But most of 
them were just interested in what was 
going to be happening the next year 
when they were going to be seniors. 



Kevin Evans. Katie Baioni and Mandy Mc Peek arc 

active Euclid students who help make Student Council 

a useful organization. Here they are decorating tor the 

Halloween party for the community that was sponsored 

by Student Council. 




Lemuel Gardner, Cory Watson and security aide, 
Tammie Barnes, had an enjoyable time at Homecom- 



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Kelly Hiscott, Tim Long, Ron Timm, Adonai 
Arruda, Scott Longazel and Mandy Mc Peek 

enjoying themselves while working through a 
simulation on a computer. 





Kelly Echols and Ivan Jurcic know the value of an education and try their best to get good grades so they will be 
able to go to a good college and get a lot of financial aid. 

The junior year sees a large improve 





Band members are very active in the life at Euclid High 
School. These band members helped make the bonfire a 
success before the Homecoming football game. 
These students are signing a card that was donated by 
American Greetings for Shondell Tinsley who was a 
fifth grader at Forest Park who has been diagnosed with 
leukemia. Key Club organized this project. 




"Our years here at Euclid have 
been very rewarding. We really 
enjoy what has been going on and 
feel that we are having a lot of 
fun." 
Mike Doyle and Dave Giancola 



Jennifer Waina, Jill Swansegar, Karen Salisbury. Courtney Sharp, Katie Walker and Lisa Udovich are very 
involved in many of the activities at Euclid. 

ment in the student's maturity level 








Marcus Adams 

Nichole Adams 

Mamie Alexander 

Jinai Amos 

Tracey Appling 

Nicholas Aquilano 

Dominic Armaro 

Wayne Arndt 

Casey Arp 

Qiana Arthur 

Da Von Avery 

Adam Ayer 

Katherine Baioni 

Dawn Baizel 

Cynthia Ball 

David Banach 

Lawrence Banks 

Angela Barber 

Greg Barker 

David Barkoot 

Elise Barnett 

Keith Baron 

Nura Barrett 

Monique Bateman 

Brian Beatty 
Kate Bechtel 
Jeffery Beck 
Scott Beck 
Adam Begin 
Richard Belanich 

Kalisha Bell 

Lavory Benjamin 

Daniel Beroglc 

Ariana Best 

Frederick Blatnik 

Simeon Boddie 

Emily Bode 

Becky Boos 

Keith Boyes 

Crystal Bradek 

Johnny Bragg Jr. 

Rhiannon Brenner 

Latisha Bray 

David Brinovec 

Deleonte Brown 

Jerin Brown 

William Brown Jr. 

Mark Browne 





Juniors 




Tiffany Butler 
Kristina Cadovec 
Elnora Caldwell 
Corey Callahan 
Tiarla Calwise 
Brendan Carey 

William Carleton 
Jennifer Carlson 
Casey Carmichael 
Matthew Carroll 
Laura Carse 
Anthony Carter 

Eric Casciato 
Charles Ceranowicz 
Edward Ceranowicz 
Amira Chambers 
Terrance Chambers 
Paige Chandler 

Daniel Cherkas 
Angelo Cirino 
Laura Cirino 
Anita Clark 
Christine Clark 
Darnell Clark 

Natalie Clemmons 
Sherita Coffey 
Alan Collier 
Thurman Collins Jr. 
O. Ricky Cooper 
Fabian Crawford 

Kizzy Crider 
Kristopher Croft 
Annette Cunningham 
Cory Cunningham 
Nicholas Cyganski 
Jessica D' Apice 

Kelly D' Apice 
Jennifer David 
Amanda Davis 
Eugene Davis 
Jennifer Davis 
Tyronn Davis 

Shanelle Dawkins 
Lori Dean 
Randolph Deramus 
Richard Di Bartolomeo 
Stephanie Di Biase 
Carly Dillon 



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Juniors 





Juniors getting closer to graduation 




"I am enjoying my junior year and 
I am trying my hardest to be 
prepared for what I'll be doing 
after graduation." 

Rob Slade 




"1 know that I can make it if 1 just keep focused 
on what I want to do." 

John Morris 




"The only thing I'm 
looking forward to next 
year is cross country." 
Paul Glowacki 



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Juniors 




Three down and one to 

go." 
Brenda Moyer and 
Stephanie Di Biase 




Allison Frederick and Michelle O'Donnell are friends 
both on and off the soccer field. 




"This has been my 
best year so far and 
I am looking for- 
ward to college." 
Amber Sabel 



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Mike Mc Donald, Mandy Mc Peek. Brad 
Hodge and Scott Longazel have become 
very good friends when working on their 
experiments. 



Lydia Urh has enjoyed all the fun times she has had 
with the Flag Corps while at Euclid. 




Members of the Voices of New Life Choir practice for the concert that they were going to present in 
December. 

UUUL 




"This has been the hardest 
year so far but we're look- 
ing forward to our senior 
year." 

Jessica D'Apice and Jamie 
Greskowiak 




"It is very tiring and I'm looking 
forward to leaving the school." 
Scott Longazel 



Juniors 




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Shannon Dindia 

Elizabeth Domin 

Jodi Dominick 

Erica Donald 

Sonia Dooley 

Jacqueline Doolin 

Shannon Dorsey 

Sheree Dotson 

Michael Doyle 

Jerry Du Bose Jr. 

Sherrie Dudley 

Jessica Earick 

Kelly Echols 

Christopher Eddy 

Mark English 

Kevin Evans 

Christopher Everly 

Jarvis Ewing 

Ann Feldkamp 

Candace Ferguson 

Marcus Fields 

Richard Figuero 

Noella Fitzpatrick 

Samuel Fleischer 

Timothy Fogarty 

Mark Fording 

Tiyona Fort 

Courtney Foster 

Lamonte Foster 

Michelle Fox 

Sean Fox 

Johnny Frazier 

Allison Fredrick 

Jennifer Frieden 

Lisa Fulton 

Davina Gage 

Travis Gallon 

Lemuel Gardner 

Brian Gecewich 

Reginald George Jr. 

Nicholas Geosano 

David Giancola 

La Tasha Gibbs 

Robyn Gildersleeve 

David Gilmore 

Paul Glowacki 

Adam Godec 

Derrick Grant 




Juniors 




Regina Graves 
Jamie Greskowiak 
Mary Grieshammer 
Douglas Grisard 
Alexis Grubach 
Garolyn Gudaitis 

Jeffrey Guttu 
Joshua Halstead 
Randolph Hammond 
Anthony Harris 
Carmekia Harris 
David Harris 

John Harris III 
Anthony Harris Jr. 
Petrus Hawkins 
Sharonda Hayes 
Shakita Haywood 
James Hegedus 

Arnold Henderson Jr. 
Djranell Henderson 
Larry Hess 
Damien Higgins 
La Quita Hill 
Monroe Hillsman Jr. 

Kelly Hiscott 
Bradley Hodge 
Latrica Hollins 
Oaticia Hollins 
Melissa Hoppert 
Nicole Hrdlicka 

Rebecca Hren 
Michael Hubbard 
Michael Hughes 
Joi Hutton 
Sun-Shine Hyle 
John Jackson III 

Jerry Jeffrey 
Karenina Jeffries 
Donshay Jenkins 
Ramone Jenkins 
Christine Jernejcic 
Kristal John 

Brandon Johnson 
Qiana Johnson 
Shawnte Johnson 
William Johnson 
Nicole Johnston 
Christopher Jones 



Juniors 




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Robert Jones 

Jaime Jordan 

Ivan Jurcic 

Mladen Jurcic 
Jeff Kasunic 

Mandy Kaucic 

Amanda Kelly 

Stacia Ketchum 

Jason Kletecka 

Carolyn Klocker 

Robert Knight 

Cassandra Kolich 

Nicole Kolich 

Elizabeth Kulcsar 

Denise La Rich 

Danielle Ladovich 

John Lally 

Heather Lamento 

Richard Landsmann 

Ebonie Lane 

Todd Lapp 

Eric Lassiter 

Robert Latsch 

Mario Laush 

Jamel Lawrence 
Scott Lawrence 
Dustin Leasure 
Nicole Leasure 

Andrew Lederer 
Stacy Lesefky 

Frank Lewis IV 

Tameka Lewis 

Christopher Litwinowicz 

Charmayne Lloyd 

Joi Lloyd 

Timothy Long 

Scott Longazel 

Joe Mallard 

Qiana Manigault 

Eric Marcus 

Nicholas Marek 

Cheryl Marn 

Deanna Marn 

Colvey Martin 

Isaac Martin 

Monica Martin 

Sahriah Matthews 

Brian Maxwell 




Juniors 




Timothy Mazurik 
Hosea Mburu 
John Mc Clain 
Angel Mc Creary 
Tonya Mc Donald 
Natalie Mc Gill 

A. Mc Govern 
Veronica Mc Graw 
Sean Mc Laughlin 
Erin Mc Mahon 
Andre Mc Michael 
Amanda Mc Peek 

Casey Mc Redmond 
Valerie Mehring 
Mike Melnyk 
Lorrie Melton 
Brian Mitchell 
Chad Mitchell 

Lynette Mitchell 
Carissa Moon 
Shane Moore 
Anjelko Moric 
John Morris 
Sedrick Morton 

Brenda Moyer 
Katrina Murphy 
Adrienne Nadvornik 
Maria Negolfka 
Jessica Nelson 
Brian Newsome 

Patrina Nickson 
Joseph Nosan 
Lee Nosse 
Melissa Novinc 
Kevin Nugent 
Michelle O' Donnell 

Paa-Kofi Obeng 
Sinai Oliver 
David Olszewski 
Francis Orgovan 
Maryann Oroz 
Megan Osterman 

Theresa Parey 
Jovan Parker 
Leonidas Patouhas 
Alisa Patterson 
Richard Pecnik 
Olivia Penn 



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Juniors 




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Heather Perusek 

Matthew Pettit 

Congkham Phommavichit 

Onkeo Phommavichit 

Soulydeth Phoumyyoth 

Matthew Pikus 

Carolina Pino 

Jamie Piscitello 

Theresa Poindexter 

Kipp Poling 

Jimmy Pomiecko 

Cedric Pompey 

Maureen Porcen 

Tabitha Poticher 

James Poulos 

Michael Praskavich 

Michelle Price 

Karla Prince 

Leland Parsley 

Veronica Radolovic 

Jamila Range 

Rashida Range 

Eric Raphael 

Keauntee Redfearn 

Shanithra Reed 

Venita Reed 

Paula Rees 

Jovan Reese 

Michael Reksten 

Derrick Respress 

Stacy Richmond 

Michael Riczinger 

Rokita Riddle 

Ross Riola 

Jason Robinson 

Michael Robinson 

Nickeesha Robinson 

Rosalind Robinson 

Samuel Robinson 

Julie Robson 

Terence Rohlke 

Katharine Ross 

Allison Rusiska 

Jeannette Rychlik 

Amber Sabel 

Kristin Sacko 

Amie Salerno 

Catherine Salisbury 




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Juniors 




Laurie Salvatore 
Tyrone Sammons 
Kristin Samsa 
Colette Sarns-Gaunt 
Jaclyn Sas 
Kashmir Satchel-Jarret 

Michael Scalese 
Dwight Schied 
Jeffery Schill 
Matthew Schmidt 
Dawn Schultz 
Stephanie Schulz 

Demonn Scott 
Heather Scott 
Maria Scott 
Joseph Senart II 
Thomas Setser 
Christopher Sheehan 

Katie Sierputowski 
Lonnie Simpson 
Jabari Sims 
Robert Slade 
Raymel Slaughter 
Christina Smith 

Gregory Smith 
Nicholas Solema 
Paul Solema 
Valerie Spears 
David Spooner 
Mitchell Stanford 

Derek Stanic 
Lyle Steelman 
Christa Stern 
Christine Stewart 
Delmar Stewart 
Dale Stigmier 

Marquis Still 
Michael Stout 
Angela Suchy 
Creighton Sulecki Jr. 
James Swyt 
Charles Tantanella 

Colleen Taylor 
Darrell Taylor 
Gilbert Taylor II 
Tina Taylor 
Hawah Tebbs 
Patrick Telich 



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Juniors 




Cleveland Indians take pennant for the first time in forty-one years 



The 1995 Cleveland Indians season 
was one that had to be experienced 
to be believed. In a strike shortened 
season the team finished with a 100-44 
record which was the best of any team. In a 
season where most other teams experi- 
enced a drop in attendance due to the 
strike, the Indians home games were sold 
out midway through the season and the 
1996 season was sold out by December 4. 
1995. 

The Indians beat the Seattle 
Mariners in six games to win the American 
League Pennant but then lost to the Atlanta 
Braves in six games in the World Series. 
The Indians were a hard hitting team but 
they were no match for the pitching of the 
Braves. Northeast Ohio and much of the 
country was totally consumed with Indians 
fever in 1995. 

The Euclid Marching Band played 
at a parade held in Cleveland before the 
World Series began and many students 
attended it. 



Karen Lemieux, Patti Carpenter. Brian Arendt, Matrika 

Johnson. Terry Kontra. Christie Peacock and Jessica 

Serwatka and Mike Hughes, Dave Brinovec, Robert Latsch, 

Marianne Wilson, John Smarsh, Natalie Mc Gill, Richard 

Landsmann, Casey Arp, Jessica Nelson and Kristina 

Brewer and Mandy Mc Peek, Lori Dean. Jamal Lawrence, 

Tim Long, Mike Doyle and Nick Solema show off their 

support for the Indians on Indians Dress-Up day. 



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Danielle Thomas 

Faith Thomas 

Kareese Thomas 

Brian Thompson 




Ronald Timm 
David Tisi 
Dragen Tolo 
Jacqueline Tran 
Vaughn Trapp 
Joseph Trotter 

Adam Turman 
Lydia Urh 
Dana Vance 
Crystal Vaughn 
John Vegal II 
Todd Vicic 

Erin Vincenti 
Dennis Vitolo Jr. 
Brian Vuyancih 
Kirk Waganek 
Shawn Waganek 
Jennifer Waina 

Kathleen Walker 
Norman Walker 
Timothy Walker 
Roger Waters 
Edwin Watkins 
Anna Wein 

Beth Weinbrecht 
Kenneth Wells Jr. 
Patrick Welsh 
Christopher White 
Mathew White 
Leonard Wilkerson 

Daniel Williams Jr. 
James Williams 
Robert Williams 
Anthony Wilson 
Detric Wilson 
Marianne Wilson 

Denise Witten 
An'Drea Woodard 
Anthony Woodard Jr. 
Gwen Wurm 
Kevin Wynn 
Tawana Young 

Douglas Zeman 
Richard Zgrabik III 
Michael Zivnoska 
Matthew Zorko 
Timothy Zorman 
Robert Zupancic 



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"e have to remember the end of the 1994-95 school year in 
this book since the last deadline occurs in March so 
anything that happens after that cannot be included in the 
present book 




Sara Kuhen, Alana 

Roberts, Tommy Walker, 

Nicole Genovese, Kevin 

Klocker, Nikki 

Christopher, Kelly Hiscott 

and Jodi Dominick in Big 

Show. 



Karen Gezann gets 

serenaded by Ben Mooney, 

Rob Latsch, T. J. 

Grabinowski, Jim Coleman, 

Josh Freeh and Chuck 

Patterson during a Boy's 

Comedy number in the Wai 

Napolo Swim Show. 




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Memories Divider 




Principal. Mr Robert Knuth. gets the fans cheering 
during an assembly held at the end of the winter sports 

season. 

1995-96 National Honor Society officers: Jamie 

Smiaiek, Jennifer Hrovat, Joe Tucceri, Marc 

Orlando and Jessica Sas were elected in the spring. 




l*e% ********** ********** ******************* 



Sharon Mollis. Angela Meros, Brian Udovich, 
Kristina Geiger, Mary Wolf and Trisha O'Hara are 

active in Student Council and participated in the annual 
Senior Senior Prom for the citizens of Euclid. 




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All three baseball teams led the pack 



All three of the Euclid baseball teams won 
their conference titles. The varsity team 
finished the season with a 25-5 record and 
12-2 in the G.C.C. Matt Hoffman finished the 
season with a 9- 1 - 1 record on the mound and was 
selected to the Mizuno All State game, the 
Cuyahoga county All Star game, and was the 
M.V.P. in the G.C.C. Mike Hoffmann(7-3-l ) was 
first team G.C.C. and also selected to p;ay in the 
Cuyahoga County All Star game. Mark Zrirn, 
Louis Besses and Brent Higgins were all selected 
second team G.C.C. Coach Dennis Turkall was 
voted G.C.C. Coach-of-the-Year. 




Gene Hess leaping up to get to the ball. 



Baseball 





Varsity Baseball, row one: Ken Godnavec, Frank Argie, Bud White, Jeff Morris, Tim Long, Mark Zrim, 
Coach Dennis Turkall. Row two: Coach Rick Brown, Chris Kletecka, Gary Dwyer, Karlos Prince, Dave 
Banach, Barry Grisez. Coach Lewis. Row three: Tim Rutti, Doraiz Robinson, Chad Shuskey, Mark Fording, 
Pat Bujnocki, Joe Tucceri. Row four: Michael Fording, Brad Higgins, Gene Hess, Matt Hoffman, Mike 
Hoffman, Tim Belanich, Louis Besses. 




J.V. Baseball, Row one: John Morris, Tim Fogarty, Adam Ayer, Shawn Waganek, Jay Kletecka. Coach Lewis 
Row two: Tim Walter, Mike Doyle, Frank Orgovan, Keith Barron, Tim Long, Mark Fording. Row three: 
Dave Banach, Mike Zivnoska, Brian Gecewich, Matt Carroll, Bucky Zeman, Kevin Evans, Mike Jolly. 




Teshman Baseball, row one: Coach Ken Godnavec, John Fuduric, Zack Cherney, Pat Grisez, Shawn 
jlimmings, Mike Faloney. Row two: Brian Zorman, Jeff Cahill, Chris Trzinzski, Matt Moster, Tom Heuer 
low three: Terry Kontra, Danny Bosher, Juan Hernandez, John Zevnik, Tim Goerndt Row four: Scott 
lupp. Jimmy Grinstead, Brian Schuster, Mike Valentine, Mike Simmons, Marcell Petway. 



Above. Chad Shuskey getting ready to scoop up the 
ball in the infield. 

Left. Players getting last minute coaching before the 
2ame begins. 




VARSITY BASEBALL 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 



TEAM 


US 


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Holv Name 


2 





VASJ 


3 


2 


St. Ignatius 


3 


2 


Olmsted Falls 


7 


2 


Glen Oak 


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18 


Strongsville 


5 


4 


Nordonia 


6 


1 


North 


4 


3 


Maple Hts. 
Padua 


5 
8 


2 
3 


South 


5 


2 


Bedford 


15 





Mentor 


5 


2 


Brush 


3 





St. Edwards 


4 


7 


Mayfield 
Nordonia 


2 

3 


1 
4 


North 


6 


5 


Bay Village 
Maple Hts. 
Bedford 


9 

11 

17 


8 
3 



Brush 


6 


7 


St. Edwards 


10 


5 


Mayfield 
South 


6 
10 


3 
3 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Holy Name 


4 


3 


VASJ 


4 





St. Ignatius 


7 


9 


North Olmsted 


O 


1 


Glen Oak 


5 


3 


Strongsville 


4 


3 


Nordonia 


o 


3 


North 


7 


6 


Maple Hts. 


15 





South 


10 


6 


Bedford 


3 


2 


Mentor 


3 





Brush 


3 





St. Edwards 





4 


Mavfield 


5 


4 


Nordonia 


4 


3 


North 


2 


1 


Wickliffe 


5 


2 


Bay Village 





1 


Maple Hts. 


21 


7 


Bedford 


10 


7 


Brush 


10 


2 


St. Edwards 





11 


Mayfield 


2 


3 


South 


3 


2 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


VASJ 


11 


6 


Olmsted Falls 


19 


7 


Glen Oak 


16 


11 


St. Edward 


4 


14 


North 


7 


5 


South 


9 





Bedford 


8 


3 


Brush 


7 


4 


Mayfield 


10 


8 


Mentor 


2 


6 


North 


3 


4 


North 


2 


4 


South 


8 


1 


Maple Hts. 


1 1 





Bedford 


30 


3 


Olmsted Falls 





17 


Olmsted Falls 


7 


5 ; 


Brush 


12 


l i 


Mayfield 


3 


6 


Solon 


7 


8 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 7 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 8 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH First 





Gene Hess waiting for the ball to 
be put into play. 




SEASON RECORD WON 25 LOST 5 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 6 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



Baseball 





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Both boy's and girl's track 



The boy's outdoor track team had 
an outstanding season in which 
they placed first in the G.C.C. 
They competed in eight invitational 
meets, winning three, placing second in 
three, and third in one. The team had 1 7 
League Champions and 4 District 
Champions. Topping the season were 
Ken Schuster and Daniel Corleto who 
competed in the State Track meet in 
Columbus and earned Top Ten All-State 
Honors. Coach Bob Ramlow was voted 
Coach of the Year in the G.C.C. 




BOY'S OUTDOOR TRACK 



TEAM 

VASJ 

Brush 

South 

North 

Bedford 

Maple Hts. 

Mayfield 

Nordonia 

Strongsville 
Medina 
Mentor 
Walsh 

Ranger Relays 
Euclid Relays 
G.C.C. Meet 
District 
Regional 



BIG 



US 
108 
115 
80 

81 5/6 
78 
97 
106 
112 
MEETS 
2/8 
3/28 
2/13 
2/16 
6/16 
1/8 
1/8 
1/16 
12 



THEM 

22 

17 

47 

50 1/6 

54 

21 

26 

20 




SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



Track 




Boy's Track, Row one: Coach Frank Soltesz, Paul Glowacki, Will Buchannon, Tim Carney, Ken Wells, Derek 
Stanic, Heather Scott, Coach Bob Ramlow Row two: Jamie Willett, LaMonte Foster, Scott Simmons, Ken 
Schuster, Antonio Davis. Paa-Ko Obeng. Coach Tom Halbedel Row three: Jamel Lawrence, Tim Moriarity, 
Dontrell Callahan, Rick Cooper, Kyle Bush. Lemuel Gardner Row tour: Reggie George, Adam Hines, 
Bryant Clark. Deleonte Brown. Fred Blatnik. Rashad Wilson. Row five: Monroe Milkman. Richard Wynn. 
Dan Corleto, Dejuan Goulde, Tony Laurich, Mike Melnyk, Matt Ortman 




Deleonte Brown flying through the air in the long 
jump. 



Tony Laurich giving the shot a mighty heave. 



fill 

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teams win the conference 






Girl's Track, Row one: Matrika Johnson, Zinal Patel, Allison Mc t lain, Vernadette White, Jamie Taylor, 
Yanira Prokop, Marie Salupo. Row two: Coach Dick York, Jill Smialek, Erin Kilkinney, Kelly Contra, Kim 
Smith, Erin Flynt, Dara Garrett, Coach Pete Schwenke. Row three: Jill Swansegar, Mary Kunes, Angelique 
Fears, Titona Fort, Aryanna Best, Ebony Lane, Denise Witten. Row four: Colleen Longshaw. Jamie Smialek, 
Lakesha Phillips, Tracy Martarello. Amber Cogley. Georgian Peric, Alexis Grubach, .Mary Dacar. Coach 
Mike Sustin. Row five: Rebecca Borchert. Erin Gady, Tamera Williams, Patti Carpenter, Kim Johnson, 
Jovan Parker, Maria Scott. Elizabeth Walters, Aileen Glowacki. Row six: Carolyn Gudaitis, Maureen Mc 
Clusky, Jenea Weams, Carrie Sharp, Jennifer Hrovat, Katie Walker, Megan Osterman. Row seven: 
Roschelle Ashley, Angel Mc Crary, Lakesha Henderson, Allison FitzGerald, Kelly Smith.Angela Miklavcic, 
Sherrie Dotson, Carrie Eiding. 




The Girl's Outdoor Track Team 
finished the season with an 8-1 
record and were tied for first place 
in the G.C.C. They finished first at the 
conference meet. Kelly Smith, Lakesha 
Henderson, Allison FitzGerald, Megan 
Osterman, Roschell Ashley, Alexis 
Grubach, Erin Gady, Erin Flynt, 
Maria Seott, Alecia Renix, Jamee 
Taylor and Lakisha Phillips all quali- 
fied for the Regional Meet. Kelly Smith 
got to the State competition in the discus 
and finished eighth. 




Cherie Dotson, Keisha Henderson and Mary Kunes 
clearing the hurdles in sood form. 



GIRL"S OUTDOOR TRACK 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Madison 


88 


53 


VASJ 


88 


22 


Brush 


88 


35 


South 


72 


56 


North 


81 1/2 


32 1/2 


Bedford 


72 


56 


Maple Hts. 


89 


25 


Mayfield 


61 


67 


Nordonia 


90 
BIG MEETS 


38 


Madison 


3/8 




Medina 


12/26 




Mentor 


7/16 




Ranger Relay 


5 7/17 




Rebel Relays 


3/14 




G.C.C. Meet 


1/8 




District 


5/15 




SEASON RECORD WON 8 1 


.OST1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LO 


ST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH First (tie) 





Track 



Kelly Smith watches Carrie Sharp throw the discus 
Kelly finished eighth in the state in the discus. 



Allison FitzGerald and Keisha Henderson clear 
high jump. 




Softball had lots of offense but struggled on defense 



The Girl's Varsity Softball team had 
a lot of offense and finished the 
season with a 14-10 record and 8-6 
in the G.C.C. This gave them a fourth 
place finish in the G.C.C. Even though 
they scored a lot of runs they unfortu- 
nately gave up more in some of their 
games and therefore suffered some losses. 
Margy Mihalic batted .534. Colleen 
Taylor, .513, Melanie Shippitka, .414 
and Amy Hodder, .400. 
The junior varsity began the season 
slowly but finished by winning six in a 
row and twelve of their last fifteen games. 
The freshmen team finished with a 14-3 
record and 7-1 in the G.C.C. This was the 
best record in the conference. 





VARSin 


SOFTBALL 




1 EAM 




IS 


THEM 


Holy Name 




5 


2 


j Trinity 




2 


S i 


i Nordonia 




16 


8 


North 




IS 


19 


Padua 




13 


10 


South 




6 


o 


Bedford 




33 


4 


VASJ 




3 


2 


Brush 




1 


3 


Wcsi Geauga 




10 


4 


1 West Geauga 




5 


11 j 


May field 




3 


4 


Maple His. 




IK 


2 


Norton ia 




7 


6 | 


Norlh 




6 


1 


Maple Hts 




9 


8 


Bedford 




24 


I 


i South 




8 


15 


Brush 




7 


8 


Mayfield 




r» 







NEO TOURNAMENT 




MayField 




8 


7 1 


South 




1 


b j 


Brush 




8 


6 I 


Holy Name 




3 


1(1 


SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 10 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 8 LOST 6 






TEAM 

Holy Name 

Trinity 

Nordonia 

North 

Kudua 

Souih 

Bedford 

VASJ 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Maple His. 

Nordonia 

North 

Maple His 

Cuyahog; 

Kcnslon 

Chanel 

Bedford 

South 

Brush 



Hts. 



May- 



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SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 8 
G.C.C. RECORD \\ ON 1 1) 1 OST 4 



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Varsity Softball, Row one: Coach Diane Maroli, Amy Hodder, Maria Schiavoni. Melanie Shippitka, Heather 
Nickell, Colleen Taylor Row two: Coach Steve Marcu, Yashiko Nakono, Lindsay Freeman, Katie Bauer, 
Margy Mihalic, Nichole Genovese Row three: Stacie Lesefky. Becky Glavan, Stacie Glavan. Kelly Shea, 
Lauren Hadvk, Gina Zeman 




Jl NIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 




US 


THEM 


8 


9 


5 


i-> 


7 


8 




7 




7 


4-4 


3 


38 


8 







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19 



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IS 



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Junior Varsity Softball. Row one: Dana Vance. Julie Dacar, Jessica Sas, Kristin Sacko. Row two: Coach Ron 
Zucca, Jackie Sas, Kristin Samsa, Melissa Hoppert, Jennifer Carlson, Angela Suchy. Row three: Maria 
Negolfka, Annie Feldkamp, Lauren Hadyk, Jamie Greskowiak, Casey Mc Redmond, Angela Meros. 




rtivikfnui. 



Tennis team improved over previous years 




Boy's Tennis, Row one: Ryan Heramb, Demetrius Dowell, Chris Fears, Seth Sederholm, Barry Lawrence. 
Row two: Coach Pete Swope, Matt Pikus, Dave Giancola, Mike Hughes, Scott Beck, Mike Heramb. Coach 
Rob Heramb. Row three: Andy Edmonds, Jeremy Pfahl, Robin Little, Dave Masek, Jamie Jordan, Pat 
Dilalla. 





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reshman Softball. Row one: Antonina Fiorelli, Kathy O'Grady, Jenny Cicco, Jessica Bowser, Erin Ryan. Row 
wo: Coach Arle Lumadue, Lauren Freeman, Amanda Meyer, Stephanie Troha, Chrissy Kovacevich, Becky 
Jodec. Row three: Courtney Sharp, Robin Ulle, Alison Stahre, Kristin Kascak, Allison Metti, Lisa Udovich. 



The 1995 Boy's Tennis team 
showed a little improvement over 
the previous year but they are 
still not a power. Their season record 
was 4-9 and 3-7 in the G.C.C. Three 
freshmen started on the varsity so they 
should be better in the years to come. 





VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Wickliffe 


4 


1 


Nordonia 


4 


1 


1 South 


1 


4 


j North 





5 


Chamberlain 





5 


Mayfield 





5 


Nordonia 


3 


2 


Brush 





5 


South 





5 


North 


4 


1 


Perry 


1 


4 


Mayfield 





5 


Brush 





5 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 9 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 7 


LEAUE FINISH Fifth 







FRESHMAN SOFTBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cuyahoga Hts. 21 





Mentor 


9 


7 


NDCL 


15 


2 


Brush 


10 


: 


Beaumont 


16 


o 1 


Solon 


10 


3 


Orange 


16 


2 


North 


9 


7 


Mayfield 


23 


3 


Maple Hts 


29 





Maple Hts. 


20 


2 


Orange 


13 


1 


South 


16 


4 


Solon 


2 


16 


North 


1 


11 


Mentor 


7 


23 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 3 



G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



Boy's Tennis 












Big Show dealt with a person who 




Tom Walker welcomes Fritz Streiff 

back to his kingdom after being away 
at school. 




B 



ig Show meant "Big" success and 
that's what 'Pippin' was. The annual 
musical took place sometime during 




Bia Show 



the French Revolution. Pippin (Fritz Strieff) 
was a young man trying to find his place in 
the world. He went to war with his father's 
army, but realized he didn't measure up, 
especially to his conceited brother and 
mommy's boy, Lewis (Scott Granito). 
Pippin visited his beloved grandmother, 
Bertha (Catherine Mc Guinness). She 
thought he may find happiness with numer- 



ous women, but he didn't. Pippin then killed 
his father, King Charlemagne (Tom 
Walker) so he could become King and have 
power over the peasants and the nobles. The 
pressure was too much and he couldn't deal 
with the demands from the peasants, nobles, 
and Charlemagne's wife, Fastrada (Kim 
Schoval) who wanted her royal allowance. 
Three lead players (Marc Stauffer, Colleen 






was trying to find out about himself 




The entire chorus dancing during the 





Scott Granito is bragging how he is going to shine 
in the sun while Kim Schoval and Fritz Streiff 

look on. 



Fritz Streiff goes to Catherine Mc 
Guinness for advice. 



Longshaw and Rafael Brown) were Pippin's 
advisers as well as guides. 
Pippin realized that it didn't take power, or 
anything big, fancy, or expensive to make a 
man happy when he met a young widow, 
Catherine (Jodi Dominick) and her son Theo 
(Bryan Grushcow). He was bored after 
awhile helping Catherine with the chores of 
her estate and trying to get along with Theo, 



so he left. But they were back together by the 
end of the energetic finale when everything 
finally fell into place for Pippin. 
The play was directed by Miss Judy 
Carmody. Mr Ken Ferlito nd Mrs. Bea 
Grushcow were the vocal directors. Mrs 
Lisa Cheshier was the orchestra director. 
Mrs Bebe Weinberg Katz choreographed 
the play and Mr. Allen Black was the 



technical director and Mrs. Garlauskas was 
the stage artist and Mrs. Perusek assisted 
with the costumes. 

-Megan M. Miezin 



Big Show 




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Wai Napolo put on annual Swim Show 



The 1995 Wai Napolo Synchro 
nized Swim Club presented 
"Show Tunes" as their annual 
spectacular show. On April 28 & 29 the 
girls swam to the popular tunes of shows 
- Broadway to blockbuster hits. Getting a 
late start, these dedicated girls made up 
for lost rehearsals and practiced many 
hours including Spring break. The club's 
advisers were Mrs. Katie Morris and 
Mrs. Joan Bush. The Senior Show 
Director and President was Karen 
Gezann and the Junior Show Director 
was Margaret Good. 

-Karen Gezann 




Leah Walczak 

announced the 
numbers during the 
show. 





Brenda Moyer, Ben Mooney, Paula Rees, T. J. Grabianowski, Tabitha Polachek, 




Heather Mulhall and Chris Puglia doing i 
Duet to "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" 



196 



Swim Show 




Wai Napolo members being applauded 
after one of their numbers. 



SENIOR AWARDS 

were presented on May 23, 1995 in an assembly held in the Little Theater after school. Many 
seniors received awards or money for their accomplishments while at Euclid. 




Valedictorian. Stephen Riek. receiving 
his award form Dr. Kurt Stanic. 



Kathy Copic was a National Merit 
Scholarship Program winner. 



Steve Riek, Karen Gezann, Josh Freeh, Kris Eminger, Janet Fonovic 
and Tim Rutti were Tandy Technology Scholars. 




SENIORS 
SWING 



at the annual SPRING FLING that was held on May 
10, 1995. The senior citizens prom had music 
provided by the Bob Makee Band and escorts 
provided by Student Council. 



fTom Walker received the Marine NROTC Scholarship 
from Captain Huben and Sergeant Rowe. 




„-_ 



Students look at some of the works that were featured 
at the Senior Art Exhibition which was open for 
viewing on the Auditorium stage during the lunch 
periods on May 23, 1995. Students in the different art 
classes submitted works that were included in the 
show. 



Money for Prom 

Carlos Prince shoot the ball while Sandi Mc Redmond, Bob Ramlow, Omar Coles, Marcy Richards, Ron 
Rucker and Melvin Levett wait to see if it goes in. The game was between the seniors and the faculty and was 
used as a fund raiser for Prom. The faculty won 71-55. 




Amy Repko 

announces the 

models and their 

fashions at the 

Fashions for the 

90's show that 

was held in the 

auditorium on 

March 28. 1995. 

Proceeds went to 

help pay for 

Prom. Fritz 

Streiff and 

Doraja Lake and 

Demetrius 

Dowell and 

Michele Price 

were some of the 

models that 

participated in the 

show. 



African American Poet. Mwatabu Okantah presented 

a concert in the Little Theater with the internationally 

renowned Cavani Quartet on February 28, 1995. 

Teachers could bring their classes if they wished. 




PROM 



was held at the Landerhaven Party Center on Wednes- 
day, June 7, 1995. Many Euclid seniors and underclass- 
men enjoyed themselves at a night of dancing, pictures 
and eating. 




Keisha Jones, Roschelle Ashley and Dannika Witten certainly look as if they are enjoying themselves at the 

Prom. 

Melvin Levett and his date pose with Megan Von Benken for a picture. 

Chuck Patterson. Rafael Brown, Tom Walker, Bill Kazen, Jason Edwardsen, Collette Sarns-Gaunt and 

Heather Kinison getting ready to go into the main ballroom. 

COMMENCEMENT 

took place in DiBiasio Stadium on Sunday June 1 1, 1995 at 7:00 PM. The weather was 
overcast and cool but, otherwise, was a perfect day. The class of 1995 was the smallest class 
ever to graduate from Euclid High School. 



^.i>rm 



— i 



The seniors waited patiently to get 
their diplomas. 




Valedictorian. Stephen Riek addresses the Michael Banach and Katherine Copic were co-Salutatorians and 

class of 1 995 during the program. ta l ked to the c]ass a f ter me Valedictorian did. 




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Jane Addis 

Stan Bender 

Barbara Breeden 

Allen Black 

Dolores Black 

Patricia Buck 

Kendra Callihan 

Doc Daugherty 

Susan Dennis-Rogers 

Ken and Anne Ferlito 

Marilyn Foote 



Bea Grushcow 

Sue Harris 

The Heramb Family 

Sgt Maj. L. M. Isaacs, 

USMC (Ret) 

Jean M. Jelenic 

Spencer Kane 

Bob Knuth 

Lisa Kurlander 

Margaret Lucas 

Brad R. Mc Govern 



Judith Mc Laughlin 

Katie Morris 

Benjamin & Katherine Pasquale 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 

Roy Pignatiello 

Lisa Proctor 

Robert and Barbara Ramlow 

Fran Ratka 

Marcy Richards 

Sam Santilli 
Cheryl Schossler 



Elaine Sheridan 

Paula Sheridan 

Judith Stobinski 

Diane Tizzano 

Christine Torrelli 

Alex Toth 

Jan Ulle 

Bill Von Benken 

Daniel Wensing 

Judith Zubizarreta 

Bill Kazan 





Minnie Dubois/Tomika Ball 

I love you Tomika 

Congratulations on completing high school. I 

know that you will succeed in life. I am lucky to 

have a daughter like you. 

Love, Mom 

Donna Bischof/David C. Bischof 

David; 

May you accomplish all your goals in life. You 

have made me a very proud mother. God bless 

you always. 

Love, Mom 

Jerry and Jeanette Blackford/Jaina Blackford 

We are very proud of you and we love you very 

much. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Juliet 

Dennis and Carol Bucar/Brandon Bucar 

Brandon, you're wired and we're electrified by 
your successes... 
Love, Mom and Dad 



200 



Patrons 



Jane E. Clarke/Katie M. Clarke 

Katie- 
Love, Laughter, Happiness, Success. A moment, 
A lifetime. Now and always. 
Love, Mom 

Tim and Carmie Fogarty/Tim Fogarty 

We're proud of you Tim! Good Luck in your 

senior year. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Brenda E. Jones/Cassandra R. Jones 

Congratulations Cassandra, 

Good luck throughout your college years and life 

itself. 

Love, Mom 

William and Bonita Kale/Sarah Kale 

Ahead warp eight, Sarah - and may the stars 
always sing for you. 
Mom and Dad 

James and Laura Kocin/Katy Kocin 

Katy- 

Best wishes for the future to one of Euclid's best! 
Love always, Mom and Dad 



Terry and Barbara Kramer/Beth Kramer 

Beth; 

For the past year I have watched you grow more 
and more into the woman of my dreams. I love 
you for who you are and for what we represent. 
I love you. Chad 

Terry and Barbara Kramer/Yuki Shimotsu 

Dear Yuki; 

We have enjoyed having you as our daughter this 

year. May your memories of Euclid High School 

all be good ones. 

Love, "Mom" and "Dad" Kramer 

Elizabeth and Michael Lipiec/Megan Lipiec 

Megan, 

We are so proud of the decisions you have made, 

especially selecting EHS. What a year you have 

had! 

We love you. Mom and Dad 

Don and Sandy Loew/Adam Loew 

"Sweet-n-Loew," way to go!! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Bernice Mormon/Lenardo A. Morman 

Congratulations. Lenardo. You made it even 
though you were out of school because of a car 
accident but with my patience and prayers and 
Jesus' help you made it. Dad is looking down 
from heaven, smiling. 
Love, Mother 

Tony and Kathy Muzinic/Stacie Muzinic 

Dear Stacie, 

Always work to make your good, better and your 

better, best. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Bruce and Cheryl Pfeifer/Todd Pfeifer 

It is said that music soothes the soul and fills the 

heart with happiness. You, Peach, are the music 

in our lives. Always be yourself and always be 

happy. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Brenda J. Rainey/Rosalyn J. Rainey 

It has not always been easy, but God has blessed 

you! Congratulations! I am proud of you! I love 

you! 

Your#l Supporter, Mommie 



Janet Spivey/Shamuire' Spivey 

Shamuire'- 

Two down and two to go. You're doing great. 
Keep up the good work. I'm so proud of you. 
Love, Mom 

Kurt and Ronni Stanic/Derek and Abby Stanic 

Derek and Abby- 

Work hard and do your best. Run fast-cheer 

loud, keep smiling and have fun! 

Love. Mom and Dad 

Herman and Sharon Volpe/Brenda L. Volpe 

As Dad and I watched you grow into the beautiful 

person you are. 

Believe in yourself and you can't go wrong. 

May all your dreams come true as you reach for 

the stars. 

You have made us very proud a[l these years. 

You're in the army now... 

Love, Dad and Mom 

Greg and Nancy Waina/Jennifer and Jason 
Waina 

Jennifer and Jason, we are proud to be your 
parents. Keep up the good work. Love Mom and 
Dad. 



Wayman S. Wells and Bernadette M. White/ 
Wayman S. White 

Wayman Jr. we are so proud of you, you can do 
anything but fail, believe in yourself, and you 
can't go wrong in life. With Love Mom and Dad, 
L.A. and Vern too. 

Audrey McGarry/Adam Zeitz 

Adam- 

"These are days you'll remember. Never before 
and never since, I promise, will the whole world 
be warm as this. And as you feel it, you'll know 
it's true that you are blessed and lucky. It's true 
that your are touched by something that will grow 
and bloom in you." 
With Love, Your Mom 




Student council members decorating for the Holidays. 



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Carla Bates/Shaunda N. Bailey 

Vincent and Janet Bonfiglio/Melissa Bonfiglio 

Paul A. Buttari and Elizabeth King/Brandi Lyn 

Buttari 

Gina Marie Cerjan/Jennifer Cerjan 

Karen Champa/David Champa 

Joseph and Rosanne Chmielewski/Robert 

Chmielewski 

Gary and Carol DeWine/Timothy DeWine 

Marie and Joseph Dula/Joseph M. Dula III 

Mike and Helen Marotta/Jason Edwardsen 

Ron and Anie Eminger/Andy Eminger 

Ivan and Miryana Erak/Thomas Erak 

Sharon Fabert/Christina Fabert 

Rich and Rose Finotti/Dana Finotti 

Darlene Fiorille/Jason Fiorille 

Joan Jackson/Allison FitzGerald 

Carolyn and Al Garlauskas/Markus Garlauskas 

Tina Geiger/Rristina L. Geiger 

Donna and Derald Gibson/Wendy Gibson 

Sue Glavan/Beckie Glavan 

Paul and Jo Ann Glowacki/Aileen Glowacki 

Patrick and Marvellen Graham/Kathleen Graham 

Jim and Marcia Granito/Scott Granito 

Warren and Kathy Grundman/Jeffrey Grundman 

Steve and Karen Hadyk/Lauren Hadyk 

Rob and Mary Heramb/Michael Heramb 

Douglas and Teresa Herbert/Scott Herbert 



Ken and Evelyn Hrovat/Jennifer Ann Hrovat 

Joe and Dawn Janosik/Joseph A. Janosik Jr. 

Frank and Mary Jeric and Kathy Johnson/Nikki 

Johnson and Kelly Jeric 

Terry and Barbara Kramer/Elizabeth Kramer 

Robert and Penny Lausche/Robin Lausche 

Robert and Catherine Kinison/Heather Anne 

Kinison 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mack/Caroline Mack 

Susan Marinelli/Stacey Marinelli 

Kathleen Mattson/Angelyn Mattson 

Bill and Holly Maurer/Kimberly Maurer 

Amy Bilyk/Shona Mc Cune 

Tim and Joanne Mc Gee/Brendan Mc Gee 

Mary Mc Guinness/Catherine Mc Guinness 

Joe and Sandy Meden/Lori Meden 

Peggy Meros/Angela Meros 

Mike and Kathy Mihalic/Margy Mihalic 

Mary Jo Miklavcic/Angela Miklavcic 

Sandy Moses/Michelle Moses 

Sofija and Frank Motiejunas/Regina O. Motieju- 

nas 

Venetia Mullins/Avery Dontae Mullins 

Ken and Deb Nagode/Meghan E. Nagode 

Bill and Roni Nainiger/Danny and Billy Nainiger 

Raymond and Gloria Res/Andrew Nesbett 

Cynthia Newsome/Julie Ann Newsome 

John and Rayna O'Hara/Trisha and Matthew 



O'Hara 

Valery Polis 

David and Melissa Praznovsky/Kristy 

Praznovsky 

Pat and Scott Proctor/Kendra Proctor 

Barbara J. Roberts/Alana J. Roberts 

Sam and Denise Russo/Doninic Russo 

Jim and Joyce Sas/Jessica and Jaclyn Sas 

Jim and JoAnne Schumer/Nicole Schumer 

Rene M. Scott/Adrienne R. Scott 

Earl and Eileen Sharp/Carrie Shatp 

Gary and Norma Shuskey/Chad Garnor Shuskey 

Art and Nancy Smialek/Jamie Smialek 

Lee and Karen Smith/Kelly Smith 

Janet Spivey/Jason Spivey 

Gary and Peggy Streiff/Fritz Streiff 

Joe and Susan Tucceri/Joe Tucceri 

Mary Van Tilburg/Yolanda Van Tilburg 

Bridgette Williams/Darnell LeShion Williams 

Russ and Ellen Woodruff/Todd Woodruff 

Al and Susan Zielinski/Rachel Zielinski 



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Shaunda N. Bailey 

Congratulations Shaunda Daunda. It seems like 
only yesterday that you were the baby in the 
picture. Now you are on your way to becoming a 
woman. Remember to always remain focused on 
your successes and achievements and that the 
whole world is your oyster and you are the pearl. 
Love Mom. Sir and Mike 




Melissa Bonfiglio 

Missy, 

Parents feel their children are special. 

You have proven us right. 

To have a child is a blessing. 

To have a special child is a gift. 

We are truly blessed and gifted. 

Love. Mom and Dad 













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Brandi Lyn Buttari 

We are so proud of you. 

You have brought us so much joy. 

Now it's your time. Believe in yourself as we 

believe in you, my beautiful baby girl. We love you 

so much. Congratulations. 

Good Luck. Mom and Dad and Paul and Mike 




Jennifer 
Rebecca. 
May all your 
goals and stars 
you've reached 
for - shine on 
you all of your 
life. 

Congratula- 
tions, I love 
you. 

James Dean - 
Robert 
Anthony and 
Mom! 




Good luck 
Bob. 

We know 
you have the 
ability to 
accomplish 
anything you 
put your 
mind to. 
We're behind 
you all the 
way. 

Love, Mom. 
Dad and 
Mark 



Jennifer Cerjan 



David Champa 

Grandpa shines over you 
I'm so proud you're my son 
Now march on to your dreams. 



Robert Chmielewski 





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Timothy De Wine 

Tim, 

Congratulations! 

We are very proud of you. Good luck in 

all your future adventures. 

Love, Morn and Dad 



Joseph M. Dula III 

Joey, 

We are so proud of yu. Remember to '"Do Your Best" 

and "Be Your Best". 

Love you always and God Bless. 

Love, Mom, Dad. Jackie and all of your relatives 



Jason Edwardsen 

Rise up young graduate your future is near! 
Our greetings at 6 in the morn you'll not hear. 
As you go off to college-On with your new life- 
Working and planning-maybe later-a wife. 
Onward and upward- We're sure that you are. 
Houseboat, motorhome, but first-your own car! 
We've got no regrets-of you we are proud! 
Write us quite often if you've got time allowed. 
We love you-we'H miss you I'm sure that you know! 
Now that you're leaving. We must shovel the snow! 
We'll hold your room vacant-we know where you went. 
But should you come back-you'll be paying us rent! 
Congratulations. Jason! 
Love, Mom and "Dad" 




Andy Eminger 

Congratulations Andy! 

Here's to your future, a lifetime of challenges, 

excitement, opportunities and adventures. And 

remember, you can do anything. 

Love, Mom and Dad 




Tom, 

You did it! 
Congratula- 
tions, we 
wish you all 
the luck and 
happiness in 
the world as 
you prepare 
for the 
future. 
Love 
Always, 
Mom, Dad 
and Mladen 



Thomas Erak 




Christina Fabert 

You were our star then 

And you will always be. 

But now. Chrislina! 

All the world can see! 

Love you moreist. Mom! and the rest of your 

family! 

We are so proud of you. 




Dana. 
We are 
so proud 
of you. 
Just be 
yourself 
and your 
future is 
unlim- 
ited. 
Love. 
Mom 
and Dad 




Jason. 
Congratula- 
tions. I'm so 
very proud 
of you. 
You've 
turned out to 
be quite a 
young man. 
Keep your 
focus and 
you will 
attain all 
your goals. 
Love. Mom 




Dana Finotti 



Jason Fiorille 



Allison FitzGerald 

The Many Names of Allison 

"Allison M. FitzGerald/' On her birth certificate. 

"Bunny."' Because she loved her footed pink pajamas. 

"Oodie." It just happened. 

"Pee Wee Runtbuckle." Termed by her older sister. 

"Beanie." Because she likes to smile and clown around. 

"Beano." Just because. 

"Number 5." As Co-Captain of the Volleyball team. 

"Number 158." As truck member when she tied the school 

highjump record. 

"Amazing." Because we're so proud of her. 

Best Wishes & Love.Meredith, Dad, Mom. Dave & 

Jenny 




Markus Garlauskas 

WE SALUTE YOU. 

Congratulations on your many achievements. 

You have been a source of joy since you were a 

child. 

We are proud of you and we always will be proud 

that you are our son. 

Love. Mom and Dad 




Kristina. 
You have 
become an 
intelligent, 
responsible, 
beautiful 
young lady. 
I am Very . 
Very proud 
of you ! 
(Who would 
think that 
you were 
once shy, 
bashful and 
quiet?) 
Love, Mom 




Kristina L. Geiger 



Wendy Gibson 

You've come a long way, Wendy, and look at you 

now, venturing out on your own, reaching for your 

goals. Don't let the up's and down's get to you, just 

keep giving it all you've got. We are proud of you, 

and you will succeed. 

Love. Morn. Dad and your annoying little brother. 

Ryan 

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Beckie- 
Wwe ae so 
proud of all 
your 

accomplish- 
ments. We 
love you and 
will always be 
there for you. 
God bless 
you. Good 
luck in all that 
you do! 
All our love. 
Mom. Dad. 
Stacie and 
Rickie 



Beckie Glavan 




Aileen, 

Love yourself 
first, let your 
heart guide you, 
and never 
abondon your 
dreams. We are 
very proud of 
you. 

Love you. Dad. 
Mom, Paul and 
Steve 



Aileen Glowacki 




Kathleen Graham 

Kathleen. 

Congratulations! You have all that it takes to meet 

the challenges ahead with grace and dignity. We are 

very proud of you! You will always be a joy in our 

hearts. 

Love, Mom, Dad. Kevin. Nora, Erin and David 




Scott, 
You've 
always 
been the 
joy of our 
lives. 

Congratula- 
tions. 

Love. Mom 
and Dad 




Scott Granlto 



Jeffrey Grundman 

Good luck in everything you do. everyday, your whole 

life through! 

Love, Mom. Dad and Laurie 




Lauren. 
Congratula- 
tions. Always 
believe in 
yourself and 
go for it. 
Love, Mom 
and Dad 



Lauren Hadyk 




Michael Heramb 

Dear Michael, 

Congratulations on all your achievements. We are so 
very proud of you. You have always been such a 
caring and hardworking young man. You brighten 
all of our lives. May God bless and guide you in the 
future and may all your dreams come true. 
We love you very much 
Mom adn Dad 

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Dear Scott, 
God surely 
blessed us 
when He 
chose you to 
be our son. 
Keep Him 
1st in your 
life and then 
all other 
priorities 
will fall into 
their proper 
place. 

Congratula- 
tions and 
love, 

Mom and 
Dad 




Scott Herbert 



Jennifer Ann Hrovat 



Jen, 

Never lose that 
smile of yours 
or your sense 
of humor. 
Never lose 
your desire in 
striving for 
excellence. 
Never lose 
your creativity 
or your passion 
for writing. 
Never forget 
how proud we 
are of you and 
how much we 
love you. 
Best of luck. 
Punkin 
Mom. Dad. 
Allison and 
Ashley 




Dearest Joe, 
Congratula- 
tions Son, 
We are 
extremely 
proud of you. 
May all of 
your dreams 
come true. 
may all of 
your 

endeavors be 
successful! 
All of our 
love, (3 
cars). Mom, 
Dad, Jim, 
Grandma. 
Nana and 
(Wilbur) 



Joseph A. Janosik, Jr. 




Nikki Johnson and Kelly Jeric 

Nikki and Kelly. 

Congratulations! We're proud of both of you! Look out 

world, the cousins have made it! 

Love Always, Your Parents 




Dearest Beth: 
There ae only 
two lasting 
things we can 
give our 
children. One 
is roots, the 
other, wings. 
We have tried 
to do just that. 
We love you 
very much. 
Mom and Dad 



Elizabeth Kramer 




Robin Lausche 

Robin. 

We are very proud of you. 

Copngratulations on your graduation and all our 

love always. 

Mom. Dad and Darrell 




Heather Anne. 
Congratulations! 
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. 
We are sure there 
will be many. 
We love you very 
much. 
Dad, Mom, 
Rebecca, 
Christopher and 
Kate 




Heather Anne Kinison 



Caroline Mack 

Dear Carrie. 

Congratulations and all our love! We are always 
proud of you! May all your dreams come true. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Dear Stacey, 
This picture 
was taken 
on your first 
day of 
school, and 
now it's 
your last. I 
miss all the 
times we 
had together 
while you 
growing up. 
Take care of 
yourself and 
God bless 
you. I love 
you very 
much! 
Love, Mom 




To an angel. ..a 
piece of Heaven 
on Earth! You 
have always 
been our biggest 
source of pride. 
Remember. ..Be 
true to yourself 
and your dreams. 
Your smile, 
creativity, 
determination 
and humor will 
take you far. 
Good luck to 
you! 

Love Forever. 
Mom and Dad 




Stacey Marinelli 



Angelyn Mattson 



Kimberly Maurer 



205 




Threse, 
May your 
hopes and 
dreams be 
realized 
with little 
hassle and 
much 
happiness 
along the 
way. Our 
love will be 
with you 
always. 
Mom and 
Dennis 



Shona Mc Cune 




Brendan, 
There are no 
shortcuts. 
Work hard 
and you can 
achieve 
anything. 
Make 
happiness 
your goal and 
please don't 
ever lose 
your faith. 
We love you. 
Mom. Dad 
and Bonnie 



Brendan Mc Gee 




Catherine Mc Guinness 

From an adorable little girl to a strong and 

beautiful young woman- 

Your loving family. 

Mom. Will. Mike and Grandma 





Angela Meros 



Lori Meden 

Lori, 

We are so proud of you! Congratulations on a job 
well done. We can't believe our baby is graduat- 
ing. We wish you the best in all you do! 
Our love always, 
Mom and Dad 



Angela. 

"A mother holds her children's hands a little 
while. ..their hearts forever" 
You have blessed me with so many happy memo- 
ries. 

Continue to reach for your dreams and they will 
come true. 

I'm so proud of you, my beautiful daughter. 
Congratulations and God Bless You. 
Love forever. Mom 




Margy Mihalic 





Angela Miklavcic 



206 



Angela, 

"There are efforts and there are results. And it 

is the strength of the effort that usually 

determines the size of the result." I am so 

proud that your effort was so strong because 

the size of the result is enormous. 

I love you, Mom 



Michelle. 

To the 

sweetest. 

dearest 

daughter 

in the 

world. 

We're so 

proud of 

you. 

Always 

remember 

we love 

you and 

we're 

always 

here for 

you. 

Love, 

Mom and 

Billy 




To our sweet 
baby! 

Thank you for 
all the 

happiness you 
have given us 
and most of all, 
for being you! 
Life has just 
begun for you. 
We know that 
you will reach 
your dream! So 
go for it. May 
happiness 
always lay 
down your path! 
We love you 
and are proud of 
you! 
Mama and Tete 



Regina O Motiejunas 



Michelle Moses 




Avery Dontae Mullins 

I've watched you grow from a boy into a young 

man. 

So embrace the world and achieve all that you plan. 

1 believe in you, you're my shining star 

I love and respect the person that you are!!! 

Congratulations, Mom 




Meghan. 
Congratula- 
tions! Keep 
going with 
your 

wonderful 
dreams. They 
are your 
future, and 
we know that 
someday 
they too will 
be a reality 
just like 
today. God's 
blessings in 
the years to 
come. 

Your loving 
family 



Meghan E. Nagode 




Danny and Billy Nainiger 

To our sons, 

May you always be as happy and carefree as you 

were this day - Never lose that zest for living! We 

love you both very much, and are very proud of 

you. 

Love always. Dad and Mom 




Andrew Nesbett 

Andy, 

Laugh a little, 

Love a little, 

Skies are always blue. 

Every cloud has silver linings. 

But it's always up to you. 

We love you!. Gram and Pop 





Julie Ann Newsome 



Trisha O'Hara 

Trisha, 

You always "dove" into everything face first!! Keep 

up the good work! You can do anything in life if you 

really try. We're very proud of you! 

Love, Mom. Dad. Matthew and Aileen 

P.S. You can always come home for peanut butter 

and jelly! 




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proud of you ! 
We love you 
very much! 
There's a 
whole world 
out there 
waiting for 
you - 

Queenie so 
go give them 
hell and 
experience 
life to it's 
fullest and 
we'll meet 
you at the 
"Family 
Home!" 
Love, Mom, 
Dad, David 
and Nicholas 




Kristy Praznovsky 



Kendra Proctor 

You were a beautiful baby and you've grown into a 

beautiful person in so many different ways. We've 

been through so much together and we will always 

be there for you in the years to come. 

Congratulations! 

(Always remember 7' study hall!) ^AT 




Alana J. Roberts 

Dear Alana Jean, 

The time has passed so fast. We remember when yon 

were in Kdg. at Happy Day Nursery School. Now you are 

ready for college. Remember, don't try to do everything 

at one time. Focus on one or two things. Do them well. 

We know you'll make us proud of you. 

Love, Mom, Grandma, Lucille, Cheryl and Bobbette 




Dear 
Dominic, 
Congratula- 
tions! We 
are very 
proud of 
you. 
Always 
remember 
that. You 
can make 
your dream 
come true. 
With all 
our love. 
Dad, Mom 
and Mike 



Dominic Russo 




Dear 

Jessica, 
Congratu- 
lations!! 
We are 
proud of 
you. Our 
love and 
best 

wishes go 
with you 
always. 
We know 
you will 
be 

sucessful. 
Love, 
Morn, 
Dad, Jim 
and Jackie 



Jessica Sas 




Nicole Schumer 

Nicole, 

Always keep that beautiful smile. Always believe 

in yourself and may all your dreams come true. 

Congratulations! 

Love. Mom and Dad 




Adrienne, 
To my one 
and only I 
wish you 
the best 
and a 
happy, 
healthy 
life. 

Congratu- 
lations. 
Love, 
Mom 




Vroom! 

Vroom! 

Full speed 

ahead! 

Look out 

world, 

here she 

comes! 

All our 

love, 

Mom and 

Dad, 

Courtney 

and 

Cameron 



Adrienne R. Scott 



Carrie Sharp 






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Chad Garnor Shuskey 

In all that you do, learn as if you were 
following someone whom you could not 
catch up, as though it were someone you 
were frightened of losing. 
Love. Mom and Dad 



Jamie Smialek 

These things we warmly wish for you 

Someone to love, 

Some work to do 

A bit of sun 

A bit of cheer 

And a guardian angel always near. 

We love you, Jamie - Mom and Dad 



Kelly Smith 

Kelly, 

From the minute you were born you've brought 

nothing but joy and laughter into our lives. What a 

beautiful, talented young woman you've become. 

Keep yourself focused and never lose sight of your 

goals. And remember our little "Rosey" you're 

always in our thoughts and prayers, and only a 

phone call away. 

Congratulations, you've made us so very proud! 

All our love, 

Mom, Daddy and "D" 




Jason - 
Graduation 
WOW! 

Congratulations! 
We're so very 
proud of you. 
Always believe 
in yourself and 
you won't go 
wrong. Keep 
reaching for the 
stars. You're 
special to us. 
Love always. 
Mom, 
Shamuire, 
Samantha and 
Nicholas 



Jason Spivey 




Dear Fritz. 
You are "extra- 
ordinary". 
Congratula- 
tions on an 
awesome high 
school career! 
(Thanks for 
taking us along 
for the ride ! ) 
We pray that 
you will find 
your "Corner 
of the Sky." 
God bless you. 
"Let you light 
shine!" 
Love, Mom. 
Dad, Beth. 
Gretchen and 
Peter 



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Joey, 

You were born to be a winner. 

Love, Dad and Mom 





Yolanda Van Tilburg 

Congratulations on your graduation. 

Roses are red, Violets are blue, 

There's a big world outside just waiting for you. 

Go get it. Mom and Dad 



Darriell Le Shion Williams 

You started out a beautiful baby boy and now you're a 
young man. We. your family are so proud of you upon 
this major achievement in your life. Always remember 
to make sure of the more important tings in life, and 
never give up. If you reach for the moon you will land 
among the stars. 
Love you. Mom, Grammy and Family 




"Hang in 
there" 
Love. 
Mom, Dad 
and 
arney 



Todd Woodruff 




Rachel Zielinski 

Dearest Rachel, 

"This above all: to thine own self be true, 

And it must follow, as the night the day, 

Thow canst not then be false to any man." 

Hamlet Act I, Scene 3. 

Love always, 

Dad and Mom 




Office Aides waiting to have their picture taken. 




stronaut, Mary Ellen 
Weber, talked to 
science classes. 



A.F.S 106 

Abbott, Bryan 149 

Abramczyk, Autumn 150 

Abshire, Patricia 150 

Academics 134 

Acino, Lea - 150 

Acino, Marcello 150 

Ackley, Rachel 126, 159, 217 

Activities Divider ...88 

Ad, Student-Council 220 

Adams, Brandi 21 

Adams, Daemyon 53, 150 

Adams, Leah 21 

Adams, Marcus 174 

Adams, Nichole 174 

Adams, Robin 159 

Adamson, Latasha 21 

Addis, Jane 28, 106, 137, 200 

Adelstein, Laura 137 

Agnew, Jason 21 

Ahmetovic, Melissa 67, 150 

Aides, Office 126 

Alaupovic, Adrijana 21, 49, 54, 55 

Alexander, Mamie 21, 174 

Alkema, Lisa 150 

Allan, Alex 137 

Allen, Charmaine 75, 77, 150 

Allen. Pierre 63, 149 

Amato, Susan 25,28. 137 

Amonette, Misty 159 

Amos, Jinai 64, 106, 107, 174 

Anderson, Arkira 99 

Anderson, Jamell 21 

Anderson, Laura 99. 150 

Anderson, Michael 150 

Andrews, Rasa-Lila 46 

Anthony, La Shandra 150 

Antonini, Justin 134 

Appling, Dante 21 

Appling, Tracey 174 

Aquilano, Andrew 159 

Aquilano, Nicholas 174 

Archibald, Earl 137 

Arcieri, Mary 150 

Arendt, Bryan ...88. 103. 112. 115, 118, 159, 
168, 184 

Argie, Frank 188 

Armaro. Christopher 150 

Armaro, Dominic 174 

Armstrong, Bradford 159 

Arndt, Wayne 80,98, 174 

Arnold, Lauren... 86, 125, 126, 128, 141, 159 

Arp, Casey 9, 41, 174, 184; 

Arruda, Adonai 5, 21, 49, 78, 172 

Arthur, Qiana 174 

Ashley. Brandon 21 

Ashley, Roschelle 191, 199 

Atlas, Bridgette 20,21 

Attamante, William 137 

Austin-Hunt Corporation ,. 222 

Avery, Da Von 174 

Axson Jr., Daniel 150 



Ayer, Adam 174, 188, 216 

Ayers, Michelle 134 






lood was collected at 
the annual blood 
drive 




Badley, Ramona 75, 150 

Bailey, Michael 150 

Bailey, Rashaun 150 

Bailey, Shaundra 21, 49, 106, 201, 202 

Baioni, Katherine .61, 62, 74, 125, 126, 128, 
142,172,174 

Baisden, India 150 

Baizel, Dawn 174 

Ball, Tomika 21, 54, 200 

Ballanger, Megan 79, 91, 150 

Ballou, Machele 150 

Banach, David 74, 174, 188 

Banach, Michael 199 

Banc, Tom 5,25,28,59,60,61, 133, 137 

Band, Concert 96 

Band, Jazz 90 

Band, Marching 92 

Bandy, Rashaad 159 

Banks, Kevin 61, 62, 159 

Banks, Lawrence 174 

Banks, Will 21 , 54 

Bankston, Andre 159 

Barber, Angela 174 

Barber, Terrance 149 

Barbis, Nicole 4, 19, 21, 86. 87. 141 

Barbish, Brandon 21 

Barbish, Dana 159 

Barbish, Ethel 137 

Barcza, John 25, 137 

Barfield, Keyonna 21 

Barker, Brenda 135 

Barker, Greg 174 

Barker, Wendy 79, 123, 150 

Barkin. Melanie 21 

Barkoot. David 174 

Barnauskas, Mike 61, 62 

Barnes, Tammie 137, 172 

Barnett, Elise 174 

Baron, Gregory 150 

Baron, Keith 174 

Barquinero, Christina 159 

Barrett, Joyce 137 

Barrett, Justin 20, 122. 170 

Barrett, Nura 174 

Barrett, Ranessa 21 , 49, 54, 98 

Barrett, Steven 21, 49, 54, 117 

Barron, Keith 188 

Bartel, Richard 150 

Bartlett, Cliff 159 

Barzal, Joseph 105, 159 

Basalla, Lisa 67, 109, 125, 150 

Baseball 188 

Basketball, Boy's 72 

Basketball, Girl's 76 

Bateman, Monique 87, 174 

Bauer, Kathryn 22, 49, 57. 64, 75, 91 , 92, 96, 
118, 120, 192 

Baugh. Takara 150 

Bauza, Thomas 150 

Beasley, Clifford 98. 99 

Beatty, Brian 174 

Bechtel, Carol 134 

Bechtel, Kate 85, 126, 174 

Beck. Colleen 86 



Index 



Beck, Jeffery 106, 174 

Beck, Natalie 87, 150 

Beck, Scott 174, 193 

Begin, Adam 174 

Begovic, Brigita 22, 56 

Begovic, Mile 149 

Belanich, Michael 62, 69, 150 

Belanich, Richard 61, 63, 84, 174 

Belanich, Tim 188 

Bell, Adonis 46 

Bell, Brandon 150 

Bell, Kalisha 174 

Bell, Kristin 159 

Bell, Lynn 159 

Bell, Shavon 75, 159 

Belton, Royce 150 

Benak, Bryan 22. 49 

Benak, Jamie 9, 74, 79, 150 

Bender, Stan 25, 115, 137, 200 

Benjamin, Jamil 159 

Benjamin, Lavory 174 

Benson, Lolita 22 

Bergolc, Daniel ... 11, 88, 103, 112, 115, 125, 
174, 216 

Bergolc, Melanie .. 19. 22, 49, 103, 107, 115, 
119, 120, 126, 131 

Bertovic, John 22 

Besley, Majida 159 

Besses, Louis 188 

Besses, Truceilla 159 

Best, Ariana 174, 191 

Beuck, Andy 22 

Beuoy. Donna 22,57, 125, 126 

Bialko, Kristie 150 

Biehl. Christopher 78, 150 

Big Bouquet Florist 224 

Billips, Le Roy 46 

Bischof, David 22, 25, 54, 57, 115, 120, 125, 
200 

Bishcof, David 49 

Black, Allen 103, 113, 137, 195, 200 

Black, Dolores 25, 137, 200 

Black, Jonathan 150 

Black, Marena 150 

Black, Mary ■ 137 

Blackburn, Thomas 159 

Blackford, Jaina 2, 9, 22, 49, 54, 79, 87, 129, 
200 

Blackwell, Tanisha 22 

Blade, Jerry 150 

Blair, LeTera 111 

Blatnik, Frederick 82, 128, 139, 174, 190 

Blatnik, Kathleen 79, 150 

Blecic, Brian 78, 80 

Blevins, Rachel 150 

Bloodworth, Tamica 150 

Bluhm, William 159 

Bock, Christopher 22,49,61 

Boddie, Christopher 22 

Boddie. Simeon 9, 1 1 , 61 , 174 

Bode, Emily 174 

Bojc, Joseph 22, 49, 65 

Bolden. Daunte 22,54 

Bonfiglio, Melissa .... 22, 49, 58, 67, 201, 202 

Boos, Becky 123, 126, 174, 216 

Boos, Kristy 22, 49, 54 

Borally's Catering 222 

Borchert, Rebecca .59, 71, 83. 85. 106, 126, 
159, 191 

Borrero, Anita 22 

Bosher, Denny 9, 61, 62, 159, 189 

Bosolt, Anna 150 

Boswell, Lashawn 149 

Boswell, Sommer 159 

Bowers, Darin 150 

Bowmaster, Holly 150 



Bowser, Jessica 159, 19 

Boy's Tennis 19 

Boy's Basketball 7 

Boyd, Elan 15 

Boyes, Keith 22, 17 

Bradek, Crystal 17i 

Bradford, Calvin 74, 15 

Bradshaw, Robert 4 

Brady, Melissa 67, 15 

Bragg Jr., Johnny 17 

Brandon, Camille 22, 9 

Bray, Latisha 17 

Brazytis, Michael 15 

Breeden, Barbara 25, 28, 137, 20 

Brenner, Rhiannon 17 

Brenner, Ryan 15 

Bresler, Gregory 15 

Bresler, Nicholas 15 

Bresler, Nicole 8J 

Brewer, Kristina102, 124, 125, 126, 159, if 

Brichacek, Wendi , 1a 

Brinovec, Alexandrea 67, 15 

Brinovec, Dave 78, 16t 

Brinovec, David 115, 17 

Britt, Gi Bran , 102, l| 

Brochak, Shaun 61,62,63, 15 

Brokaw, Kerry 2 

Brooks, Chameka l| 

Broughton Jr., Ronald 15 

Brown, Christopher . 1| 

Brown, Dale 20,2, 

Brown, Deleonte 61, 82. 174, 19 

Brown, Hasson % 

Brown, Jeffrey TS 

Brown, Jeron 17 

Brown, Jim 6| 

Brown, Kartika 17J 

Brown, Kimyashia 15j 

Brown, Larry 61, 62, 1 59 




Julie Dacar 

Julie, 

You are the sunshine of our lives 

and we are so proud of you. 

Always keep shining. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Brown, Michael ,. 150 

Brown, Rafael 195, 199 

Brown, Rick 188 

Brown, Stefanie 1 1, 23, 49, 92, 95 

Brown, Tomika 23 

Brown III, James 150 

Brown Jr., Kenneth 1 17, 159 

Brown Jr., William 174 

Browne, Mark 112, 115, 122, 174 

Bruce, Sarah 23 

Bruno, Michael 159 

Brzezinski, Erin 159 

Bucar, Brandon 150, 200 

Buchannon, William 61, 159, 190 

Buchner, Elizabeth 23, 36, 57, 117, 120 

Buck, Patricia 67, 137, 149, 200 

Bujnocki, Patrick 23, 49, 54, 188 

Buncic Jr., Ivica 23 

Bunton, Clifton 159 

I Burke, David 159 

i Burns, Jessica 150 

5 Burrell, Christopher 159 

; Burton III, Emanuel 159 

j Bush. Joan 85, 196 

I Bush, Kyle 190 

] Bush III, Frederick 3,61,62,74, 159 

I Butera, Richard 91, 92, 96, 159 

j Butera, Robert 74, 150 

Butler, Tiffany 175 

Buttari, Brandi 23, 49, 201, 202 

locks were reset to 
match everyone else's 
time 

Cadovec, Kristina 136, 175 

Cadovec, Regina 86, 136, 148, 149, 150 

Cahill, Jeffrey 74, 159, 189 

Calabrese, Danielle 23, 49, 79, 91, 92, 96 

Caldwell, Elnora 75, 175 

Call, Aaron 46 

Callahan, Corey 175 

Callahan, Daryl 74, 159 

Callahan, Dontrell 190 

Callahan, Kendra 25,28 

Callaway, Veronica 151 

Callihan, Kendra 137, 200 

| Calvert, David 159 

Calvert, Jennifer 23 

Calwise, Tiarla 175 

Cangemi, Jason 23 

Cangemi, Jeffrey 23 

Cangemi, Thomas 151 

Capretta, Jennifer 160 

Carey, Brendan 175 

Carleton, Amanda 85, 92, 94, 160 

Carleton, William 175 

Carlson, Jennifer 175, 192 

Carmichael, Casey 61, 63, 175 

Carmichael, Katy 107, 121, 151 

Carmody, Judith 123, 195 

Carney, Timothy 23, 49, 51,70,82, 190 

Carpenter, Patricia ...85, 102, 143, 160, 165, 
184, 191 

Carr, Benjamin 23 

Carr, Daniel 23 

Carroll, Matthew 80,81, 175, 188 




Carse, Kevin 63, 69, 151 

Carse, Laura 175 

Carstarphen, Cedrick 63, 151 

Carter, Anthony 175 

Carter III, Charles 23 

Casciato, Eric 175 

Casciato, Robby 151 

Case, Wendy 61,63, 137 

Castrovince, Anthony 115, 151 

Caves, Belicia 160 

Ceranowicz, Charles 175 

Ceranowicz, Edward 175 

Cerjan, Jennifer 23, 201 , 202 

Cerjan, Robert 160 

Cerne, David 63, 151 

Cesa, William 23, 54 

Chambers, Amira 23, 175 

Chambers, Terrance 175 

Champa, David 24. 57, 129, 201, 202 

Champion, Leroy 160 

Chandler, Amy 160 

Chandler, Paige 175 

Cheraso, Frank 24 

Cherkas, Daniel 175 

Cherne, Leah 86, 87, 149 

Cherne, Zachary 160, 189 

Cheshier, Lisa 195 

Chike, Brian 151 

Childress, Tameshala 24 

Chitwood, Martha 24 

Chmielewski, Robert 24, 49, 61, 69, 139, 

201,202 

Choma, Kristin 160 

Choral Masters 98 

Chorale, Varsity 97 

Choraliers 98 

Christen, Patricia 24, 54 

Christopher, Angela 137 

Christopher, Magdalen 24,54, 110, 111 

Christopher, Michael 151 

Christopher, Nikki 186 

Church, Nichelle 99, 151 

Cicco, Jennifer 91, 92, 96, 160, 164, 193 

Cirino, Angelo 24, 175 

Cirino, Laura 175 

Cistrunk, Vincent 151 

Clark, Alaycia 24, 83 

Clark, Anita 24, 175 

Clark, Bryant 190 

Clark, Christine 175 

Clark, Darnell 175 

Clark, John 160 

Clark, Joseph 24 

Clark, Nicole 24, 46, 54 

Clark, Richard 24, 139 

Clark. Shannon 92, 94, 131, 160 

Clarke, Katie 24, 127,200 

Clarke, Latasha 149 

Clarke, Patrick 149 

Clay, Justin 151 

Cleary, Ruth 149 

Cleaves, Monique 160 

Clemmons, Dionne 151 

Clemmons, Natalie 96, 175 

Clemmons, Tamara 24, 96 

Clernt, Louis 149 

Clinic Aides 105 




Close Up 109 

Closing 219 

Cloud, Carlin 151 

Club, Chess 102 

Club, Key 103 

Club, Poetry 127 

Cocherell, Brian 90, 92, 96, 151 

Cockrell, Tomika 160 

Codispotti, Frank 46 

Coffey, Sherita 175 

Cofield, Bobby 24, 102 

Cofield, Bridgette 160 

Cogley, Amber ..5, 58, 59, 66, 147, 160, 191 

Cogley, Gabriel 74, 151 

Colaianni, Carmen 137 

Colantonio, Joseph 80, 160 

Cole, Jamie 160 

Coleman, Jim 186 

Coles, Omar 198 

Colini, Janelle 75, 151 

Collier, Alan 175 

Collier, Chandra 151 

Collier, Myron 151 

Collins, Katie 98, 151 

Collins Jr., Thurman 175 

Colon, Radames 24 

Comer, April 160 

Comer, James 151 

Commencement 199 

Concert Band 96 

Connelly, Frances 80, 160 

Conner, Shayla 151 

Conner, Talia 108, 160 

Contra, Kelly 191 

Conyers, Bryan 102, 160 

Cook, Cynthia 151 

Cooper, Nicholle 151 

Cooper, O. Ricky 60, 61, 82, 175, 190 

Cooper, William 151 

Cooper III, Charles 63, 151 

Copic, Elizabeth 89, 92, 94, 123, 151 

Copic, John 112, 115, 124, 151 

Copic, Katherine 197, 199 

Copic, Liz 4, 94, 123 

Coram. Monica 24, 108 

Corbin, Stacy 46 

Corcoran, Margaret 61, 86, 125, 128, 160 

Corleto, Daniel 24, 49, 78, 82, 190 

Corps, Flag 94 

Correll, Jamie 98, 151 

Corrigan, Jill 24,97, 105 

Cothron, James 63, 151 

Cotton, Glenn 26 

Council, Student 124 

Country, Cross 70 

Cousette, Deshawn 160 

Coyne, Megan 6,26, 79, 126 

Crane III, Wesley 151 

Crawford, Alia 26, 51,91,92.94,97, 113, 

123 

Crawford, Fabian 175 

Crawford, Sandra 160 

Creer, Michael 61, 62, 160 

Crider, Kizzy 26, 175 

Crismor, Rebecca 160 

Croft, Kristopher 26, 175 

Crosby, Kevin 26, 101 

Crutchfield, Derrick 74, 160 

Cummings, Shaun 160, 189 

Cummings, Yolanda 26 

Cunningham, Ada 92,96, 151 

Cunningham, Annette 175 

Cunningham, Clayton 26, 49, 73 

Cunningham, Cory 62, 175 

Curtis, Elizabeth 151 

Cvetovac, Alan 78, 160 

Cyganski, Nicholas 175 



Senior Marketing students 
that won awards in an 
outside competition are: 
Row one: Heather Nickell, 
Angela Meros, Beckie 
Glavan, Angela Koeth. 
Row two: Deloris Orbanic, 
Julie Ann Newsome. Ali 
Kucinski. Row three: Mark 
Fording, Igor Sugar, Angel 
Mc Creary. 




uring class was when 
much learning took 
place. 



D'Amico Jr., David 84, 151 

D'Apice, Jessica 102, 106, 119, 124, 175, 

177 

D'Apice, Kelly 175 

Dacar, Julie 26, 192, 210 

Dacar, Mary.. 10, 26, 46, 49, 51, 71, 85, 107, 
139, 191 

Daly, Kelly 151 

Dana, Pandora 101, 160 

Daniels, Bernardette 160 

Daniels, Jervase 151 

Darby, Antonio L 160 

Dattilo, Richard 160 

Daugherty, Harold 74, 137, 200 

David, Jennifer 74, 175 

Davis, Amanda 106, 127, 175 

Davis, Antonio 26, 82, 190 

Davis, Dameil 160 

Davis, Edmund 151 

Davis, Eugene 175 

Davis, Jennifer 92, 102, 125, 175 

Davis, Johnathan 160 

Davis, Lowell B 134 

Davis, Lynn 135, 187 

Davis, Nathaniel 26, 69 

Davis, Quiana 99 

Davis, Reginald 151 

Davis, Richard C 151 

Davis, Tayonna 98, 108, 160 

Davis, Tony 61 

Davis, Tyronn 175 

Davis Jr., Maurice 151 

Dawkins, Cherise 151 

Dawkins, Shanelle 175 

Dawson, Randolph 26 

Dawson, Stephanie 26 

Dawson Jr., Stephen 62, 69, 151 

Day, Timothy 92, 96, 103, 151 

De Loach, Michelle 151 

DeLuca, Franklin 90, 92, 151 

De Ramus, Darrion 151 

De Ramus, Krishauna 151 

De Wine. Carol 134 

De Wine, Matthew ... 78. 90, 92, 96, 160, 165 
De Wine, Timothy 20. 26, 106. 124, 201, 202 

Deal, Sarah 151 

Dean, Lori 123, 126, 175, 184,216 

Dennis, Ericka 92, 94, 108, 125, 160 

Dennis, Jonathan 160 

Dennis, Michael 63, 151 

Dennis-Rogers, Susan 28, 137,200 

Dent, Regan 160 

Deramus, Randolph 83, 175 

Derganc, Jason 187 

Di Bartolomeo, Richard 175 

Di Biase, Chris 12, 142 

Di Biase, Nicholas 92, 96 

Di Biase. Stephanie . 90, 91,92, 96, 175, 176 
Di Lalla, Patrick .... 78, 84, 89, 90, 92, 95, 96, 
160, 165, 193 

Di Paolo's Home of Beauty 222 

Diaz, Adam 74, 117 

DiBiase, Nicholas 92, 156, 164 

Dickson, La Donti 26 

Diehl, Bob 69 

Diehl, Mike 69 

Dillon, Carly 4, 104, 118, 119, 127, 175 

Dindia, Shannon 178 

Dirk, Andrew 26, 54, 117, 119 

Dirk, David 26 

Disbrow, Dennis 80, 156 

Dismukes Jr.. Jerome 26, 117 

Dissauer, Lawrence 26, 61 

Divider, Academics 132 

Divider, Activities 88 

Divider, Memories 186 

Divider, Senior 18 

Divider, Sports 58 

Divider, Underclass .....146 

Dixon, Adrienne 46 

Dixon, Forest 80 

Dixon, Kim 137 



Index 




Dlugos, Sean , 160 

Dobucki, Dana 27 

Dobucki, Katherine 151 

Dodge, Amanda 98, 160 

Domin, Elizabeth 86, 178 

Domin, Lizzy 5, 15, 126 

Dominick. Jodi .... 5, 12, 19, 86, 97, 125, 142, 
178, 186, 195 

Dominick, Michael 63,69, 151 

Donald, Erica 178 

Donaid, Latreas 127, 149 

Dooley, Sonia 178 

Doolin, Jacqueline 178 

Dore, Nicholas 151 

Dorsey. Shannon 178 

Dotson. Richard 52, 160 

Dotson, Sheree 178. 191 

Douglas, Holly 83, 151 

Douhig, Ann 75 

Dowd, Rashida 160, 16B 

Dowell, Demetrius 193, 198 

Dowell, Rita 151 

Doyie, Jessica 139, 160 

Doyle, Michael.. 9, 65. 68, 69, 173, 178, 184. 
188 

Drotletf, Matthew 151 

Du Bose Jr., Jerry 178 

Dubin., Mike 78 

Dubroy. Terry 25,28, 137 

Duckworth, Autumn 98,99, 152 

Dudley, Kesha 27 

Dudley, Sherrie 99, 178 

Duer, James 52, 80, 160 

Dugandzic, Ana 27 

Duheric, Almir 152 

Duheric, Zineta 161 

Dujmovic, Vladislav 156 

Duke, Nakeshia 125, 161 

Dula, Joseph 25, 27, 90, 91, 92, 95, 96, 120, 
201,202,219 

Duncan, Shaneika 152 

Duncan, Steven 5, 27, 61' 

Dunham, Kimberly 152 

Dupree, Ronald 170 

Durbin. Mike 25,28,78, 137 

Durr, Darius 121, 161 

Durrah, Rashand 91, 92, 161 

Dwoming. April 92, 94, 143, 158, 161 

Dwyer, Bill 135 

Dwyer, Gary 188 

Dzerowicz, Alex 28,53, 136, 137 



Euclid Heat Treating Co 222 

Euclid Office Supply 222 

Eucuyo 121 

Evans, Jeffrey 90, 96, 125, 152, 164, 165 

Evans, Kevin 65, 125, 172, 178, 188 

Everly, Christopher 178 

Ewing, Jarvis 178 



veryone should have a 
goal if they are to 
succeed 



Earick, Jessica 178 

Easter. Janelle 83. 99, 152 

Echols. Kelly 121, 172. 178 

Echols. Reggie 137 

Echols. Richard 161 

Echon, Michael..... 161 

Eddy, Christopher 178 

Edmonds, Andrew 65, 161, 193 

Edmonds. David 63. 152 

Edmonds, Leah 152 

Edmonds Jr., Ronnie 161 

Edwards. Kimiko 27 

Edwardsen, Jason 1 1 . 1 2. 27, 49, 54, 61 , 97, 
103, 112, 142, 199,201, 202 

Egleton, Monique 91, 98, 99, 152 

Egrek, Stacy 27 

Eiding, Keri 161, 191 

Eler, Sandy 161 

Ellis, Quiana 9, 161 

Ellis, Yelonda 161 

Elma, Antonio 27 

Elston, Charlotte 137,219 

Emerman, Jeremy 54 

Eminger, Andrew 27, 60, 61, 201, 203 

Eminger, Kris 197 

Emser, Jennifer 85, 89, 92, 95. 96, 152 

English, Mark 108, 178 

Erak, Thomas 27, 201 , 203 

Erzarsanar, Synett 27, 54 



Index 



ootball team was 
almost undefeated. 




Fabert, Christina. 5, 7, 12, 15, 19, 27, 46, 50, 
52, 53, 54, 56, 86, 87, 1 19, 124, 125, 126, 
141,197,201,203,219 

Falconer, Richard 152 

Faloney, Mike 189 

Farkas, Ryan 90, 92, 96, 152 

Fears, Angelec 161, 191 

Fears, Chris 193 

Feldkamp, Ann 66, 178, 192 

Feldkamp, Thomas 103, 152 

Fell, John P 134 

Ferguson, Candace 4, 92, 94, 103, 106, 109, 
178 

Ferlito, Ken 12, 28. 97, 98, 138, 195, 200 

Fernatt, James 161 

Ficere, Amanda 86, 87, 149, 156 

Fields. Marcus 178 

Fifolt, Mark 80 

Figuelra. Brent 80 

Figuero, Richard 178 

Finley Jr., Aiphonso 152 

Finotti, Dana . 2. 27, 50, 54, 79, 87, 129, 201, 
203 

Fiorelli, Antonina 87,92,96, 161, 193 

Fiorille, Jason 27, 56, 201, 203 

Fisher, Antoine 12, 60, 61, 72, 73, 74 

Fisher, Tshombe 46 

FitzGerald, Allison 27, 28, 46, 50, 51, 54, 55, 
66, 67, 83, 120, 148, 191, 201, 203, 219 

Fitzpatrick, Daniel 161 

Fitzpatrick, Noella 178 

Flament, Gale 28, 138 

Fleetwood, Charmaine 161 

Fleischer, Samuel 178 

Fletcher, Alpechino 152 

Flitcraftll, Stephen 156 

Flynt, Erin 74, 83, 161, 191 

Fofanah. Monique 161 

Fogarty, Timothy 125, 129, 178, 188, 200 

Fonovic, Janet 197 

Football 60 

Foote, Marilyn 134, 135, 147, 200 

Fording, Mark 2, 125, 129, 178, 188,211 

Fording, Michael 188 

Forehand. Takera 161 

Forster, Jerome 152 

Fort, Tiyona 178, 191 

Foster, Andre 46 

Foster, Courtney 178 

Foster, Felicia 46 

Foster, LaMonte 82, 178, 190 

Fouche. De Laurence 125, 161 

Fowler. Jane 138 

Fox, Audree 135 

Fox, Jamie 27 

Fox, Michelle 178 

Fox, Sean 78, 178 

Fox, Stephanie 66, 161 

Francetic. Dan 138 

Frazier, Johnny 178 

Frederick, Mark 161 

Fredrick, Allison 85, 176, 178 

Fredrick, Scott 152 

Freedman, Holly 28, 138 

Freeh, Emily 79,95,96,118, 161, 168 

Freeh, Josh 186, 197 

Freeman, Lauren 161, 193 

Freeman, Lindsay 192, 197 

Freeman, Richard 152 

Freeman, Tyria 161 



N.H.S. members Sarah 
Kale and Rachel Zielinski 
inform Kelly Hiscott and 
Brad Hodge that they will 
be N.H.S. members during 
their senior year. 




Freeman, William .12, 15,27,50,51.89,91, 
92, 95, 96, 123 

Freshmen 148 

Frieden, Jennifer 178 

Frierson, De Auna 161 

Frydrych, Michael 152 

Fuduric. John 161, 189 

Fuller, Donna 99. 161 

Fuller, Marketa 138 

Fuller, Raychaun 115, 161 

Fulton, Christine 124, 125, 161 

Fuiton, David 69, 152 

Fulton, Lisa 178 



irl's swimming had 
an undefeated 
season 



Gady, Erin ...79, 83, 118, 126, 161, 165, 191 

Gage, Davina 86,91, 178 

Galati, Charles 161 

Gallman, Vanessa 161 

Gallon, Travis 178 

Ganser, Dawn 11, 19, 27, 50, 54, 92, 94, 98, 
105,111,138 

Ganser, Jarod 161 

Gardner, Lemuel 14, 69, 89, 92, 96, 103, 

172, 178, 190 

Gardner, Tonya 161 

Garlauskas, Markus .... 18, 27, 120, 201, 203 

Garrett, Dara 161, 191 

Gates, Barbara 138 

Gates Jr., Michael 152 

Gatson, Lloyd 161 

Gaughan, Ricci 152 

Gavin, Kelly 15, 46, 87, 161 

Gecewich, Brian 65, 104, 178, 188 

Gecewich, Christine 11, 92, 95, 128, 130, 

161, 164 

Geiger, Kristina 7, 12, 15, 19, 29, 50, 52, 53, 
54,59,64,86, 106, 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 
126, 141, 187, 197,201,203,219 

Genovese, Nicole 4, 8, 29, 50, 51, 54, 97, 

111, 117, 142, 186, 192 

Gentile, Erica 161 

Gentile, Richard 29. 50, 54, 218 

George, Shawn 63, 152 

George Jr., Reginald ....69. 89, 92, 103. 178, 
190 

Geosano, Nicholas 178 

Gezann, Karen 186, 196, 197 

Giancola, David 2, 9, 90, 92, 95, 96, 98, 173, 

178, 193 

Gibbons, Catherine . 29, 50, 64, 91 , 1 02, 1 20 

Gibbons, Elizabeth 91, 161. 168 

Gibbs. La Tasha 178 

Gibson, Wendy 29, 54, 201, 203 

Gilbert. Michele 161 

Gildersleeve, Robyn 99, 178 

Gillessen, Matthew 152 

Gilliam, Chacity 99, 161 

Gilliam, Melaney 29 

Gillyard II, Romeo 92, 96, 161 

Gilmore, David 178 

Girl's Tennis 64 

Girl's Basketball 76 

Glavan, Beckie ... 5, 29, 36, 50, 64, 120, 129, 
192,201,204,211 

Glavan, Richard 63, 152 

Glavan, Stacie 192 

Glicken, Shaun 102 

Glicker, Laura 75, 152 



Glowacki, Aileen29, 50, 66, 67, 91, 103, 120, 

124,191,201,204 

Glowacki, Paul ....70. 91, 146, 176, 178, 190 

Gnandt, Karen 161 

Goda, Jennifer 92,96, 152 

Godec, Adam 178, 215 

Godec, Rebecca 6, 66, 126, 161, 193 

Godnavec, Ken 188, 189 

Goerndt, Timothy 162, 189 

Golf 65 

Good, Margaret 29, 50, 71 , 91 , 1 09, 1 20, 1 96 

Gooding, Bill 135 

Goodman, Brandon 29, 213 

Goodwin, Donte 162, 168 

Gordon, Erica 29 

Gordon, Sondra 162 

Gorman, Jeffrey 111, 162 

Gould, Rolynda 162 

Goulde, De Juan 29,60, 61, 74, 190 

Goulde, Dorian 74, 152 

Grabianowski, Jennifer 64, 162 

Grabianowski, Timothy 8, 29, 78, 97, 103, 

110, 111, 113, 186, 196 

Grady, Brendan 29, 82 

Graham. Kathleen 28, 29, 46, 50, 51, 64, 

120,201,204 

Graham, Kevin 80, 162 f 

Grande, Danielle 162 ] 

Granito, Scott ... 15, 29, 50, 54, 97, 103, 125, 
126, 194, 195,201,204 

Grant, Brian 162 ! 

Grant, Derrick 178 

Graves, Kevin 152 

Graves, Malinda 152 

Graves, Regina 179 

Graves, Teddie 156 

Gravitte, Kenneth 152 

Gray III, Edward : 162'. 

Green, Christian 98, 99, 109, 152 

Green, Jonathan 152, 170 

Gregory, Patricia 152 

Greisl, Ed 138 

Greskowiak, Jamie ...75, 104,119, 177, 179, 

192 

Gri 

Gn 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 

Gri 



rice. Brian 152 

rida, Angela 130, 162 

rieshammer, Mary 179 

riesmar, Ciara 162 

rinstead, James 10, 74, 147, 162, 189 

risard, Douglas 13. 90, 92, 179 

risez, Barry 1£ 

risez, Brian 152 

risez, Kevin 65, 152 

risez, Patrick 65, 162, 189 

Grubach, Alexis 2,83, 179, 191 

Grudle, Adriane 46, 152 

Grundman, Jeffrey . 25, 29, 50, 78, 120, 201, ' 
204 

Grundman, Laural 152 

Grushcow, Bea 97, 98, 138, 195,200 

Grushcow, Bryan 195 

Gudaitis, Carolyn ..59, 71, 91, 102, 103, 179, j 
191 

Gudaitis, Jonathan 92, 96, 103, 152 I 

Guerrieri, Mark .....46 

Guilfu Diaz, Yahaira 152 

Guilliam. Melaney 99 

Gutbrod, Patrick 63, 152 

Guttu, Jeffrey 179 

Guzauskas, Marty 84, 85 




alls were observed by 
video cameras for 
security 



Haddon, Zarina 99, 152 

Hadyk, Lauren .. 14, 29, 58, 66, 67, 126, 192, 
201.204 

Hairston, Maurice 162 

Hairston, Taneisha 152 

Halbedel, Tom 70,82,138,190 

Hale, Jacqueline 152 

Hall, Ebony 162 

Hall, Hanisha 162 

Hall, Maria 156 

Hall, Milton 162 

Haller, Edward 162 

Halloween 118 

Halstead, Benjamin 152 

Halstead, Joshua 41, 143, 179 

Hamilton, Sherika 29 

Hammond, Henderson 101 

Hammond, Joshua 162 

Hammond, Randolph 179 

Hance, David 162 

Hance, Frederick. , 29 

Hancock. Gregory 46 

Hanson, Eljanon 30 

Hanson, Karen 64, 91,92, 96, 152 

Harrington, Eabonie 152 

Harrington, Ebonie 98 

Harris, Amanda 162 

Harris, Anthony 179 

Harris, Carmekia 75, 179 

Harris, Damian 162 

Harris, David 53, 179 

Harris, Desiree , 162 

Harris, Destiny 162 

Harris, Dominic 63, 152 

Harris, Khyra 30 

Harris, Sue 135, 200 

Harris, Tanyanekia 30 

Harris, Terry 162 

Harris, Tiffany 162 

Harris, Venita 30 

Harris III, John 179 

Harris Jr., Anthony 179 

Harris Jr., Richard 162 

Harrison, Maurice 98 

Harsh, Aaron 30 

Harsh, Andrew 30 

Hart, Gregory 30 

Hartley, Thomas 84, 152 

Hartman, Tracey 30 

Hartmann, Jeff 25,28, 138,139 

Hartshorn, Jonathan 30, 50 

Hartson, Michael 152 

Harville, Amin 63, 152 

Hasberry, Stephany 108, 162 

Hatcher, Christina 67, 152 

Hatcher, Craig 162 

Hausen, Jennifer 162 

Hawkins, Enisha 74, 152 

Hawkins, Petrus 179 

Hayes, Sharonda 179 

Haywood, Shakita 179 

Headd II, Gerald 152 

Heard, Khalilah 30, 50 

Hefler IV, Joseph 152 

Hegedus, James 30, 179 

Heising, Michelle 152 

: Heiss, Craig 78, 162 

'Heiss. Eric 11, 30, 78 



Henderson, Brandon 63,74, 153 

Henderson, Djranell 30, 179 

Henderson, Lakeisha 30, 50, 82, 83, 108, 

120, 191,213 

Henderson, Randy 125 

Henderson, Rob 46 

Henderson Jr., Arnold 179 

Hendrickson, Jessica 153 

Hendrickson, Kevin 101, 162 

Henson, Robert 30 

Heramb, Michael .... 30, 50, 61, 78, 120, 193, 
201,204 

Heramb, Rob 28, 138, 193,200 

Heramb, Ryan 78, 162, 193 

Herbert, Scott 15, 30, 49. 50, 201, 204 

Herman, Tramico 30 

Hernandez, Juan 162, 189 

Hess, Gene 74, 179, 188, 189 

Heuer, Carolyn 25, 28, 126, 138 

Heuer, Thomas ...9,14,61,62.80, 162, 189 

Heuer, Tom 52 

Hicks, Leslie 153 

Hicks, Tracey 153 

Hicks Jr., Wilbur 153 

Higgins, Brad 188 

Higgins, Damien 179 

Higgins, Gregory 153 

Higgins, Michael 61,62,74, 162 

Higham, Doug 69 

Higham, Steven 30. 50 

Highland, Kourtney....98, 122, 123, 162. 217 

Hill, Duval 69, 153 

Hill, La Quita D 9, 179 

Hill, Leslie 153 

Hill III. Berry 162 

Hillsman Jr., Monroe 12, 13, 60, 61, 82, 133, 
179, 190 

Hilton, Andrew 30 

Hines, Adam 190 

Hinton, Cherie 31, 50, 58, 66, 67 

Hinton, Dwayne 31 

Hirsch, Amanda 153 

Hiscott, Kelly ..119, 121, 172, 177, 179, 186, 
212 

Hobson, David 31 

Hockey 80 

Hodder, Amy 192 

Hodder, JoAnnne 138, 219 

Hodge, Bradley 7, 119, 177,179, 212 

Hodge, Sean 82, 153 

Hoffert, Frank 25, 138 

Hoffman, Matt 188 

Hoffman, Mike 188 

Hogges, Tamara 31 

Hoinski, Jonathon 98, 128, 153 

Hoinski, Kathy 128 

Holiday Play 123 

Hollingsworth, Dale 79, 132, 138 

Hollins, Latrica 179 

Hollins, Oaticia 179 

Hollins, Twshanaa 31 

Hollis, Sharon ... 7, 15, 19, 31, 50, 52, 54, 75, 
79, 106. 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 126, 187, 
197 

Holly, Richard 31 

Holness, Shaun 74, 92, 162, 165 

Holstein, Dennis 31 

Holtz, Christopher 162 

Homecoming 12 

Homovec, Dick 138 

Hood, Ralph 31 

Hopkins, Juliette 92 




Hoppert, Melissa ....5, 19,86, 118, 125, 126, 
179, 192 

Horton. Steven 162 

Hose Master Inc 222 

Howald, Michael 46 

Howard, Romero 115, 162 

Howard, Shawn 162 

Howard, Spencer 46 

Howard, Tiffany 153 

Howard II, Charles 162 

Howell, Amy 131, 162 

Howse, Beverly 138 

Hrdlicka, Anthony 31 

Hrdlicka, Nicole 49, 79, 104, 118, 179 

Hren, Beckie 85 

Hren, Rebecca 5, 19,86,104, 118, 119, 125, 

179, 197 

Hrovat, Allison ,.64, 102, 107, 115, 121, 143, 

162 

Hrovat, Jennifer ....31, 50, 64, 102, 107, 115, 

118, 120, 122, 186, 191,201,204 

Hubbard, Michael 179 

Huey, Lanetta 75, 153 

Hughes, De Aunte 162 

Hughes, Michael 143, 179, 184, 193 

Humar, James 9, 31,89, 101 

Humbert, Katherine 31 

Hunter, Eugene 163 

Hunter, Nigel 31 

Hurst, Rebecca 153 

Hurt, Tiffany 86, 163 

Hutson, Azizi 75, 163 

Hutton, Joi 179 

Hutton, Kimberly 126, 163 

Hyle, Sun-Shine 179 

Hylkema, Brian 31 



dentification badges had 
photos and were worn 
outside. 



lannetta, Krista 31 

Ibarra. Leandra 31 

Ihejirika, Rose 153 

Indoor Track 82 

Ingram, Shmere 163 

Irons, William 31 

Isaacs, Larry 138, 200 

Ivancic, Shannon 67, 153 

Ivory, Darice 163 



tssssussa 



oining a club was 
beneficial for many 
students. 



Jablonski, Frank 25, 138 

Jackson, Bethany 153 

Jackson, Caroline 31 

Jackson, David 163 

Jackson, Elishia 163 

Jackson, Jonta 153 

Jackson, Kayola 32 

Jackson, Maurice 69, 153 

Jackson, Nicole 53, 92. 94, 153 

Jackson III, John 179 

Jackson Jr.. Israel 31, 99 

Jakse, Jeff 55 

Jakse, Margaret 163 

Jamerson, Crystal 153 

James, Erika 153 

Janosik, James 103, 112, 123, 163 

Janosik Jr., Joseph 20,32,51,55, 111, 131, 
201, 205 

Jeffrey, Jerry 179 

Jeffries, Karenina 179 

Jelenic, Jean 129, 138, 200 

Jenkins, Donshay 32, 179 

Jenkins, Jason 32 

Jenkins, Kimberly 163 

Jenkins, Mikia 108, 163 

Jenkins, Ramone 179 

Jenkins, Simeko 153 

Jenko, David 163 

Melissa Sanders, Brandon 
Goodman, Colleen 
Longshaw, Lakeisha 
Henderson and Avery 

Mullins were just some of 

the students that had a good 

time at Winterfest. 



Jeric, Kelly 32, 51, 55, 201, 205 

Jernejcic, Christine 179 

Jernigan, Ebony 156 

Jerousek, Garrett 163 

Jirayut, Janyawat 32, 106 

Jobs 116 

Jochum, Michael 163 

John, Kristal 4, 164, 179 

Johnson, Brandon 179 

Johnson, David 3, 61, 62, 163 

Johnson, Donald R .. 8, 12, 32, 51, 61, 62, 97 

Johnson, Gray 62 

Johnson, Gregory 163 

Johnson, Jacques 32 

Johnson, Johnny 61, 62. 63, 163 

Johnson, Jonathan 170 

Johnson, Keisha 163 

Johnson, Kimberly 163, 191 

Johnson, Latanyia 32 

Johnson, Matrika 4. 87, 92, 96, 106, 163, 

164, 168, 184, 191 

Johnson, Nicole ...32, 55, 105. 116, 201,205 

Johnson, Qiana 179 

Johnson, Riki 163 

Johnson, Scott 74, 153 

Johnson, Shawnte 179 

Johnson, Tenesia 32 

Johnson, William 32,51, 179 

Johnston, Nicole 179 

Jolly, Michael 14, 143, 158, 163, 188 

Jones, Brandi 32, 98, 99 

Jones, Cassandra .. 32, 51 , 92, 96, 130, 164, 
200 

Jones, Christopher 129, 179 

Jones, Jason 32,60, 61,63, 142 

Jones, Juanita 163 

Jones, Keisha 199 

Jones, Lawrence 153 

Jones, Robert D 180 

Jones, Tamea 153 

Jones, Yolanda 32 

Jordan, Carl 113, 134, 135, 140 

Jordan, Jaime 121, 125, 180, 193 

Jordan, Jeff 78 

Joseph, Terri 149 

Jukiewicz, Carolyn 32 

Juniors 172 

Jurcic, Ivan 172, 180 

Jurcic, Mladen 180 

aiser Permanente 
presented a program on 
AIDES awareness. 

Kale, Sarah 12, 32, 51, 55, 92, 97, 120, 132, 
142,200,212 

Kammski, Phillip 103, 163 

Kane, Sean 153 

Kane, Spencer 113, 135, 200 

Kascak, Jamie 106 

Kascak, Kristen 75, 163, 193 

Kascak, Mandy 106 

Kasunic, Jeffrey 180 

Katona, Joyce 138 

Kaucic, Jamie 87, 153 

Kaucic. Mandy 180 

Kausek, Leslie 32, 51, 78 

Kavcic, Erica 32, 51 

Kazar, Stephanie 98,163 

Kazen, Bill 69, 138,199 

Kehn, Dennis 138 

Keichel, Nick 46 

Keller, Jennifer 34 

Keller, Melissa 153 

Keller, Sarah 98, 103, 111, 130. 163 

Kelley, Jim 25, 28, 138 

Kelly, Amanda 180 

Kelly, Bryan 46 

Kelly, Tenishia 46 

Kennedy, Omar 153 

Kenny, Sarah 98, 153 

Kent III, James 98 

Kerestesy, Daniel 163 

Kerko, Melissa 163 

Ketchum, Mark 34 

Ketchum, Stacia 91, 92, 96, 102, 180 



Index 





Key Club 103 

Kilkenney, Erin 71, 163, 191 

<inan, Cory 61 

<ineva, Diana 34 

King, Jeanna 163 

King, Jessica 163 

King, Susan 79, 103, 153 

Kinison, Heather. 8, 34, 51, 55, 97, 120, 125, 
199,201,205 

Kinkopf, Christopher 34, 55 

Klein, Ellen 138, 143 

Kleteoka, Chris 188 

Kletecka, Jason 3,61, 126, 180, 188 

Klingmann, Kristopher 163 

Klocker, Carolyn 12, 97, 125, 142, 180 

Klocker, Kevin 34. 78, 97, 110, 111, 125, 

126, 142, 186 

Knauss, Marsha 138 

Knight, Robert 180 

Knott. Martin 153 

Knuth, Robert ....41, 134, 186, 187, 200, 214 

Kochevar, Anita 100, 153 

Kocin, Kathryne 34, 51, 55, 120, 200 

Koczur, Heather 109, 138, 143 

Koenig. Ingrid 28, 138 

Koerber, Melissa 34, 66, 67 

Koerber. Samantha 67, 91, 153 

Koeth, Angela 34, 122, 129,211,218 

Koeth, Curtis 78, 163 

Kolar, Katie 67, 153 

Kolich, Cassandra 180 

Kolich, Nicole 180 

Kontra, Kelly 125.163 

Kontra, Terry 65, 163, 164, 168, 184, 189 

Koons, Matthew .....163 

Kope. Frederick 115. 163 

Kopylova, Natalia 47 

Kosovich, Kimberly 3, 11. 91, 92, 95, 128. 

130, 163, 164 

Kovacevich, Christina . 66, 75, 126, 147. 163, 

193 

Kovit, Jacob 163 

Kovit, Zackery 34 

Kozel, Dan 46 

Kozlowski, Karen 138 

Kramer, Barbara E 134 

Kramer, Elizabeth ... 34, 51 , 61 , 63, 120, 200, 
201 , 205 

Kreischer, Michael 163 

Krutsch, Matthew 80, 153 

Kucinski, Alexandra 5, 9, 34.79, 129, 211 

Kugel, Marlene 34 

Kuhen, Sara 186 

Kukla, Brian 163 

Kuklica, Jenna 153 

Kulcsar, Elizabeth 180 

Kulcsar, Michael 128, 163 

Kumel, Michelle 163 

Kunes, Mary 191 

Kunsman, Kathryn 105, 163 

Kurey, Gannon 163 

Kurlander, Lisa 141, 200 



ady's basketball won the 
G.C.C. 



La Fountaine, Harry 153 

La Riccia, Denise 166 

La Rich, Denise 86, 180 

La Shore, Lavitia 34, 46 

La Shore, Ronetta 166 

Lacey, Thomas 34 

Lach, Wallace 153 

Ladovich, Danielle 9, 79, 180 

Lake, Doraja 34, 89, 92,94, 198 

Lally, John 180 

Lamento, Heather 180 

Landsmann, Richard 20. 92, 96, 180, 184 

Lane, Ebonie ...5, 86, 87, 141, 164, 180, 191 

Langdon, Paula 141 

Langsdale, Debi 34 

Langsdale, Denis 156 

Lapp, Todd 84, 89, 92, 96, 144, 165, 180 

Lardomita, Jack 61 

Larkin Jr., Bobby 153 



Index 



Lash, Devoncil 153 

Lassiter, Eric 6,61, 82, 180 

Lastoria, Nicole 34 

Latsch, Renee 9, 20, 103, 166 

Latsch, Robert ,. 90, 91 , 92, 96, 98, 123, 146, 

180, 184, 186 

Laurich, Anthony . 34, 55, 60, 61, 62, 82, 190 

Laurich, Michele 153 

Laurich, Taryn 74 

Lausche, Robin .. 13, 34, 51, 54, 92, 96, 126, 
201,205 

Laush, Mario 7,78, 180 

Lauver, Deanna 19,35, 51, 55,57, 85 

Lawrence, Barry 166, 193 

Lawrence, David A 134 

Lawrence, Jamel .... 82, 91 , 92, 96, 180, 184, 

190 

Lawrence, Scott 97, 103, 110, 112, 122, 124, 

180 

Laws, Anthony 166 

Lawson, Shonnie 46 

Lawson, Valonte 35. 54 

Laytonjr., Leon 166 

Leasure, Dustin 35, 180 

Leasure, Nicole 180 

Leben, Brian 63, 153 

Lederer, Andrew 180, 215 

Lee, Chen 102 

Leftwich. Candice 153 

Lemieux, Karen ..4,41,86, 92, 96, 103, 165, 
166, 184 

Lemieux, Ronald 166 

Lendhurst, Jason 153 

Lennon, Brian 78, 112, 153 

Leonetti, Betsy 25, 92, 94, 141 

Lesefky, Erin 35 

Lesefky, Stacy 6, 66, 180, 192 

Levett, Melvin 198, 199 

Lewis. David 35 

Lewis, Deshaun 69, 153 

Lewis, Narieka 35 

Lewis, Tameka ,. 180 

Lewis, Timothy 166 

Lewis IV, Frank 99, 108, 180 

Li, Chen 153 

Lmderman, Joan 141, 219 

Lindic, AmyL 35, 123 

Lindic, Louis 103, 115, 128, 166 

Lindic, Nicholas 153 

Linton, Jason 153 

Lipiec, Megan 92, 96, 103, 123, 153, 200 

Lishing, Thomas 35 

Little, Robin 193 

Litwinowicz, Christopher 18, 180 

Lloyd, Charmayne 180 

Lloyd, Joi 35, 180 

LoConti. Dawn 35, 119, 122, 123 

Lockers 130 

Lockett, Chanel 125, 153 

Locust, Walter 156 

Loew, Adam 35, 200 

Lombardo, Vincent 35, 80 

Long, Maland 166 

Long, Timothy 7. 172, 180, 184, 188 

Longazel, Scott 7, 9, 60, 61, 63. 172, 177. 

180 

Longshaw, Colleen... 12, 15, 35, 83,97, 101, 

108, 113, 122, 123. 125, 191, 195, 213, 219 

Lorber, Adrienne 153 

Loveless, Jasaon 153 

Lovsin, Peter 153 

Lowe, Ken 25, 28, 141 

Lucas, Margaret 141, 200 

Lucas, Suzanne 79, 154 

Ludvik. Andy 68, 69, 166 

Ludvik, Joseph 55 

Ludwig. Joseph 35 

Luksich, J Damon 166 

Lumadue, Arle 193 

Lumpkin, Makeshia 35 

Lunka, Debra 141 

Lynch, Kevin 35 

Lynn, Brian 92 

etal detector signs 





appeared outside the 
building. 



Mack, Caroline 35, 117,201,205 

Macklin, Jolena 154 



Maddox, Terrance 166 

Mahoney, Mizell 154 

Mahovlic, Christian 35, 166 

Majorettes 95 

Mallard, Joe 180 

Malone, Keila 108, 166 

Maloney, Ryan 166 

Manburg, Marc 141, 143 

Manigault, Jemialle 154 

Manigault, Qiana 180 

Marcelli, Christina 35, 123 

Marcelli, Michelle.... 110, 122, 123, 154, 166, 
218 

Marcu, Steve 28, 132, 141, 192 

Marcus, Eric 180 

Marek, Nicholas 180 

Maria, Raul 154 

Marinelli, Stacey 37, 201,205 

Markuz, Edward 154 

Marn. Cheryl 180 

Marn, Deanna 180 

Maroli, Diane 28, 124, 141, 192 

Marsh, Kathleen 141 

Martin, Colvey 102, 126, 180 

Martin, Isaac 7, 180 

Martin, Keith 154 

Martin, Monica 75, 180 

Martin, Quina 99, 166 

Martin, Ricardo 69 

Martorello, Tracy .. 9, 85, 106, 125, 166, 191, 
219 

Marunowski, Aubrey 37, 51 

Marusic, Mario 74, 78, 154 

Masek, Dave 193 

Mason, Orlando 141 

Masseria, Barbra 28, 141 

Massey, Stefanie 154 

Mastalski, Frank 78, 154 

Masters, Choral 98 

Matko, Allan 141 

Matthews, Sahriah 37, 180 

Matthews, Tenisha : 99, 154 

Mattson, Angelyn37, 115, 120,121,201,205 

Maturana, Nicolle 37 

Maurer, Kimberly 37,55, 201,205 

Maxwell, Brian 180 

May, Jason 166 

Mayle, Christopher 84, 98, 103, 154 

Mazurik, Timothy 102, 181 

Mburu, Hosea 78, 112, 115,181 

Mc Cafferty, Sean „„.... 166 

Mc Carthy, Anthony 154 

Mc Clain, Allison 83, 166, 191 

Mc Clain, Gregg ; 154 

Mc Clain, John5, 12,59,60,61,74, 133, 181 

McCluskey, Kathleen 67, 154 

McCluskey. Maureen 166,191 

Mc Coy. Tameka ...37 

McCreary, Angel 181, 191,211 

Mc Cune, Shona .... 5, 37, 51 , 54, 55, 86, 87, 
106, 141, 197,201,206 

Mc Dermott, Matthew 166 

Mc Donald, Michael 101, 106. 166, 177 

Mc Donald, Mitchell 166 

Mc Donald, Tonya 181 

Mc Garry, Michelle 25, 136, 141 

Mc Gee, Brendan 37, 51 , 201 , 206 

McGhee, Reginald 166 

Mc Gill, Karen 141 

Mc Gill, Natalie ... 88, 97, 103, 124, 146, 181, 
184 

Mc Ginnis, Lakisha 37, 51 

Mc Govern, A 181 

Mc Govern, Brad 141, 200 

Mc Graw, John 166 

Mc Graw, Robert 166 

McGraw, Veronica 66, 75. 181 

Mc Guinness, Catherine... 15, 37, 50, 51, 53, 
55,67,113, 119, 120, 122,124, 125, 126, 
194,195,201,206,218 

Mc Intyre, Jakiya 154 

Mc Kinney, La Mar 154 

Mc Laughlin, Judy 25, 28, 122, 141, 200 

Mc Laughlin, Robert 134 

McLaughlin, Sean 60, 61, 82, 181 

Mc Mahon, Erin 181 

Mc Manemy, Jessica 37, 46 



Alana Roberts and Principal, Robert 
Knuth, reading a passage concerning 
Black History Month during the Concert 
Band performance on January 23, 1996. 



Mc Michael, Andre 19,97, 111, 181 

Mc Morris, Kindrick 154 

Mc Namara, Victoria 87, 149, 156 

Mc Peek, Amanda .. 119, 121, 124, 125, 126, 
172, 177, 181, 184 

Mc Redmond, Casey 85, 113, 181, 192 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 141, 198 

Mcmichael, Oontell 166 

Meden, Lori 37, 58, 66, 201, 206, 215 

Media Aides 112 

Medlen, Brian 37 ' 

Medlen, Melissa 92, 96, 154 

Medves, Daniel 166 

Meely, James 166 

Mehring, Valerie 181 

Mellen, Edie 28, 141 

Melnyk, Mike 60,61,69, 181, 190 

Melton, Lorrie 37, 181 

Melton, Shaun 170 

Memories Divider 186 

Meros, Angela .... 5, 6, 15, 37, 51, 52, 55, 59, 
64,69, 110,111, 113,119,120, 121, 125, 
126, 129, 187, 192, 201, 206, 211 

Merritt, Danielle 166 

Merrltt, Dawn 83, 149, 154 

Messina, Riley 124 

Metti, Allison 85, 105, 166, 168, 193 

Meyer, Amanda 166, 193 

Meyers, Gregory 154 

Mezzacappa, Christopher 37 

Miceli, Mary Jane 141 

Middleton, Jason 154 

Miezin, Megan 3, 37, 51, 55, 92, 94, 111, 

119, 120, 123, 195 

Mihalic. Margaret.. 37, 75, 77, 120, 192, 201,! 

206,218 

Miklavcic, Angela .37,51, 55,57,58,66,67, 

75, 76, 77, 89, 102, 107, 120, 126, 191, 201, ' 

206,218,219 

Miklavcic, Michael 70, 84, 92, 96, 154 

Miklowski, Nanci 96, 154 [ 

Mikolajski, Erica 166 

Milicevic, Mark 38 

Miller, David 28, 141 

Miller, Michael 166 

Miller, Ray 54 

Miller Jr., Jimmy 154 

Mills, Courtney 154 

Milne, Austin 46 

Minnis, Michelle 156 

Mitcham, Rochelle 36 

Mitchell, Brian , 181 

Mitchell, Chad 181 

Mitchell, Lynnette 38, 181 

Mitchell. Therese 166 

Mitchell, Wakila 46 

Mitskavich, Lori 85, 102, 125, 166 

Modelski. Steven 154 

Mohat, Jan 7 

Montani, Raymond 28, 141 

Montgomery, Jacqueline 99, 166 

Moon, Carissa 121, 181 

Moon, Natesha 154 

Mooney, Ben 186, 196 

Moore, James 38 

Moore. Joseph 38 




Moore, Robin 166 

Moore, Shane 69, 181 

Moore, Terrance 2, 61, 62, 74, 166 

Moriarty, Timothy 38, 54, 190 

Moric, Anjelko 181 

Morman, Lenardo 38, 201 

Morris, Cordeli 63, 74, 148, 154 

Morris, Jeff 188 

Morris, John 146, 176, 181, 188 

Morris, Katie 28, 141, 196, 200 

Morrison, Erin 166 

Morrison, Terrance 38 

Morton, Sedrick 181 

Moses, Michelle 38,201, 206 

Mosley, Reginald 166 

Moster, Matthew 166, 189 

Motiejunas, Regina 18, 38, 51, 201, 206 

Moxley, Daniel 154 

Moyer, Brenda...85, 103, 119, 176, 181, 196 

Mueller, Tonya 154 

Muhammad, Sultan 166 

Mukavetz, Marissa 89, 92, 94, 166 

Mukavetz, Michael 9, 18, 38, 65, 89 

Mulhall, Heather 38, 89, 94, 109, 196 

Mullins, Avery 38, 201, 207. 213 

Murphy, Anthony 99, 154 

Murphy, Gerald 154 

Murphy, Katrina K 91, 98, 99, 121, 123, 128, 
167, 181 

Murphy, Michaelann 167 

Murray, Susan 141 

Muzinic, Stacie 167, 201 

Myers, Melanie 154 

Myrick, Claud 167 

Mytrosevich, Catherine 38 

ice people helped 
others out. 



N'Dow, Terrence 167 

N. H. S 120 

Nadvornik, Adrienne 181 

Nagode, Meghan 38,51, 120,201,207 

Nainiger, Daniel 38, 201,207 

Nainiger, William 201, 207 

Nakono, Yashiko 192 

Nally, Vickie 141 

Nance, Monique 154 

Natalie, Mc Gill 124 

Negolfka, Maria 98, 181, 192 

Nelson, Jessica 146, 181, 184 

Nelson, Sean 92, 167 

Nelson, William 154 

Nesbett, Andrew 38,49, 126,201,207 

Neurohr, Christopher 38 

Newsome, Brian 181 

Newsome, Julie Ann5, 9, 38, 51, 55, 116, 120, 

129,201,207,211 

Newson, Cuana 4, 28, 38, 51 , 55, 89, 92, 94, 

118, 125, 138 

Nickell, Heather ....2, 9, 39, 55, 79, 120, 129, 

192,211 

Nickson, Patrina 181 

Nicolosi, Mark 2, 39, 129 

Niebes, Carole 141 

Nielsen, Margaret 141 





NJROTC 100 

Nolan, Chet 61 

Nolden, James 39 

Noll, Mary Beth 154 

Norman, Carmeesha 39 

Norris, Lindsay 86 

Norris, Tiquashia 167 

Norsic, Daniel 46 

Nosan. Joseph 39, 80, 129, 181 

Nosan, Mary 46 

Nosse, Lee 73, 74, 124, 181 

Novak, Daniel .....46 

Novak, Emily 167 

Novinc, Megan 103, 115, 154 

Novinc, Melissa 103, 106, 115, 181 

Nugent, Kevin 181 

NunleyJr., Lewis 61,62, 167 

pportunities occur 
pj l when a person has an 
' education. 

O'Grady, Cathleen 106, 167, 193 

O'Hara, Matthew 167, 201 

O'Hara, Trisha .... 39, 85, 120, 187, 197, 201, 
207 

OToole, Sean 141 

O'Brien, Molly 8, 61, 74, 135, 167 

O'Donnell, Michelle 9, 28, 131, 176, 181 

Obeng, Paa-Kofi 84, 181, 190 

Obergefell, Glenn 92 

Office Aides 126 

Okantah, Mwatabu 198 

Oliver, Delvona 75, 154 

Oliver, Seleste 154 

Oliver, Sirral 181 

Olszewski, David 181 

Oravecz, Todd 154 

Orazen, Meghan 2, 5, 1 9, 39, 51 , 54, 86, 87, 
129, 141 

Orbanic, Doloris 9, 39, 117, 129, 211 

Orchesetra 91 

Orgovan, Francis 181, 188 

Orlando, Marc 25, 39, 120, 121, 186 

Orlic, Ingrid 154 

Oroz, Maryann 181 

Ortman, Matt 190 

Osbey, Melissa 154 

Osredkar, Michael 39, 127 

Osterman, Megan ...59, 71, 83, 98, 181, 191 

Otremba, Aisha 167 

Ott, David 154 




arking permits now 
cost twenty dollars. 



P. A. Announcers 113 

Pacheco, Rafael 63, 74, 154 

Padden, Kevin 154 

Paige, Brian 74, 154 

Palmer, Vencott 167 

Palmer, Vinnie 99 




Panter, Aaron 154 

Paoloni, Brian 154 

Paoloni, Michael 167 

Papo, Ricky 15, 39, 55, 98 

Papouras, Chris 68, 69 

Paradzik, Anna 66, 80, 167 

Parey, Theresa 64, 181 

Parisi, Nicole 39 

Parker, Cindy 39 

Parker, Jovan 181, 191 

Parker, Omega 98, 154 

Parker Jr., Calvin 63, 154 

Parrino, Nina 167 

Paskert, Joan 25, 141 

Pasquale, Ben 53, 134, 140,200 

Pasquale, Kathy 53, 142, 200 

Patel. Zinal 125, 126, 167, 191 

Patouhas, Gregory 154 

Patouhas, Leonidas 39, 181 

Patrick, John 154 

Patrick, Matthew 154 

Patterson, Alisa 181 

Patterson, Chuck 186, 199 

Patterson, Erin 115, 167 

Patterson, Lisa 108 

Patterson, Nicole 167 

Pavicic, Maureen 167 

Pavicic, Paul 15, 39, 50, 57, 74, 125 

Payerchin, Anne 167 

Payne, Kathy 142 

Peacock, Bobby 39, 54 

Peacock, Christy 11, 86, 87, 88, 92, 95, 125, 
167, 184 

Peacock, Maria 167 

Pearson, Andrew 46 

Pecnik, Richard 61, 181 

Pedersen, Patti 134 

Pekol, Nancy 39, 75, 79, 215 

Pelz, Joshua 46 

Penn, Olivia 181 

Penn Jr., Ozzie 167 

Penny, Lori 167 

Penny, Michelle 167 

Peoples, Latosha 39 

Perez. Jo-Rita 25,28, 142 

Peric, Christina 154 

Peric, Georgian 85, 167, 191 

Peric, Tina 66, 85 

Perusek, Adam 39, 101 

Perusek, Heather 89, 94, 102, 138, 182 

Peterkelly, Jay 126 

Petras, Molly 107, 155 

Petrick, Deborah 25,28, 142 

Petrik, Kimberly 39, 86, 87, 141 

Petro Mart 223 

Petrochic, Robert 101, 155 

Petrovic, Bob 25, 140, 142, 200 

Pettit, Kathryn 167 

Pettit, Matthew 182 

Pettit, Rachel 167 

Petway, Marcell 189 

Pfahl, Jeremy 167, 193 

Pfahl, Nicholas 40, 69 

Pfeifer, Todd 65, 167, 201 

Phelps, Travis 167 

Phillips, Gina 5, 40, 55, 86 

Phillips, Lakisha 40, 83, 191 

Phillips, Natalie 155 

Phillips, Peter 84, 155 

Phommavichit, Kongkham 116, 182 

Phommavichit, Onkeo 182 

Phoumyyoth, Soulasack 155 

Phoumyyoth, Soulydeth 182 

Piendzik, April 167 

Pierce, Christian 167 

Pierce, Melanie 121 

Pignatiello, Roy 25, 28, 61, 75, 142, 144, 200 

Pike, Lisa 40, 120 

Pikus, Matthew 78, 80, 182, 193 

Pikus, Michael 40, 51, 55, 57, 1 13, 1 15 

Pino, Carolina 123, 182,216 

Piscitello, Jamie 182 

Piszko, Jayson 156 

Pla, Sally 142 

Play, Fall 122 

Play, Holiday 123 



Andy Lederer, Adam 
Godec, Nancy Pekol, 
Vallery Polis, Gene Boyd 
and Lori Meden showing 
how much fun they had at 
Winterfest. 



Podboy Jr., James 40 

Poetry Club 127 

Poindexter, Theresa 108. 182 

Polachek, Robert 63, 155 

Polachek, Tabitha 98, 99, 109, 167, 196 

Poling, Kipp 182 

Polis, Vallery 40, 201, 207, 215 

Pomiecko, Jimmy 182 

Pompey, Cedric 182 

Poole, Ralph 167 

Popovic, William 155 

Porcen, Maureen 92, 94, 103, 106, 182 

Porch, Joaneice 40, 55 

Poticher, Tabitha 182 

Poticher, Thomas 63 

Poulos, James 182 

Poulos, Jennifer 91, 155 

Povirk, Monica 167 

Powaski, Ron 25,28, 142 

Powell. Artis 72,73,74, 167 

Praskavich, Michael 104, 182 

Pratt, Dawn 15, 28, 40, 50, 64 

Praznovsky, Kristy .... 8, 40, 49, 80, 119, 126, 
201 , 207 

Precision Metalsmiths, Inc 222 

Preston, Rocco 167 

Price. Amanda 91, 92, 96, 109, 125, 126, 

155, 165 

Price, Michelle 99, 182, 198 

Primosch, Lisa 8 

Prince, Karla 40, 83, 182 

Prince, Karlos 187, 188, 198 

Prince, Tamilia 167 

Proctor. Kendra....4, 18,40.89,92,94, 111, 
138,201,207 

Proctor, Landon 124, 167 

Proctor, Lisa 25, 28, 142, 200 

Prodan, Gina 64, 85, 126, 167 

Prokop, Yanira 167, 191 

Prom 198 

Ptak, Brandon 74, 78, 155 

Puglia, Chris 196 

Puhalj, Kristina 98, 156 

Pund, Jason 46 

Pursley, Leland 182 

uestioning is a method 
that can be used for 
learning. 

Quigley, Geoffrey 155 

ight-to-read week 
encouraged students to 
leam by reading. 

Radan, Tony 167 

Radolovic, Paul 40 

Radolovic, Veronica 182 

Raia, Anthony 40,60, 61 

Rainey. Rosalyn 40, 201 

Rakowski, Chester 167 

Ramey, Theresa 40 

Ramlow, Barbara 25, 28, 106, 142, 200 

Ramlow, Robert ... 65. 82, 83, 142, 190, 198, 
200 

Ramsey, Tanisha 40, 55. 99 

Randall, Jabraun 155 

Randle, Lashawntae 46 

Range, Jamila 182 

Range, Rashida 182 

Ransaw, Atini 155 

Ransom, Emma 142 

Raphael, Eric 143, 182 

Ratka, Frances 28, 139, 142, 147, 200 

Raymond, Preston 155 

Reaves, Ericka 40 

Redfearn, Keauntee 61, 69, 182 

Reed, Schenee 155 

Reed, Shanithra 182 

Reed, Tiffany 40 

Reed. Venita 182 

Rees, Paula 4, 91,92,96, 103, 106, 109, 

182, 196 

Reese, Cynthia 167 



Index 






Reese. Jovan 182 

Reilly, Erin 67, 155 

Reilly, Michael 84, 90, 92, 96, 167 

Reiter, Ericia 40 

Reksten, Michael 182 

Renix, Alicia 82, 83, 98, 99, 108, 169 

Renix III, Amos 61 , 62, 63, 169 

Renko, Michael 169 

Renstrom, Daniel 74, 78, 169 

Repko, Amy 198 

Resnik, Hillary 115, 169 

Respress, Derrick 42, 182 

Revilla, Douglas 42 

Rezzolla, Mike 61 , 142 

Rice, Alan 69, 101,169 

Richards, Christina 126, 169 

Richards, Marcy 66, 142, 146, 198, 200 

Richardson, Brandon 63, 74, 155 

Richardson, Sara 169 

Richmond, Stacy 126, 182 

Riczinger. Michael 182 

Riddle, Rokita 99, 182 

Riek, Stephen 197, 199 

Ries, Kristi 169 

Riggar, Christopher 42 

Riggins, Chavon 155 

Riola, Ross 182 

Roberts, Alana 9, 42, 57, 88, 92. 96, 120, 

123, 186,201,208,214 

Roberts, Keith 169 

Roberts, Penny 28 

Robinson, Allen 169 

Robinson, Doraiz 188 

Robinson, Jason 41, 102, 182 

Robinson, Jill 155 

Robinson, Michael 182 

Robinson, Nickeesha 42, 182 

Robinson, Rosalind 182 

Robinson, Samuel 42, 182 

Robinson, Sharee 98, 99, 155 

Robinson, Terry 170 

Robinson, Willie 169 

Robson, Julie 182 

Rocquemore, Cherese 42 

Rodick, Heather 169 

Rodriguez, Joe 84, 142 

Roe, Jeff 62 

Rogers, David 169 

Rogers, Harold 169 

Rogers, Kenneth 155 

Rogers, Lekeshia 42 

Rogers Jr., Wilson 46 

Rogonjic, Stjepan 42, 51, 56 

Rohlke, Terence 182 

Roop, Scott 169 

Rosberg, Robert 42, 106 

Ross, Katherine 95, 96, 182 

Roth, James 96, 155 

Roth, Mark 42 

Routen, Janelle 169 

Royce, Jacqueline 155 

Royce, Mike 46 

Rucker, De Onto' 155 

Rucker, Ronald 42, 198 

Rudder, Deborah 142 

Rufo, Dominic 61,62, 111, 123, 169 

Rupp, Scott 189 

Rushton, Arikibraa 42 

Rusiska, Allison 182 

Russo, Dominic 42, 201, 208 

Russo, Joyce 28, 142 

Russo, Tony 135 

Rutti, Tim 188, 197 

Ryan, Erin 9, 79, 85, 126, 169, 193 

Rychlik, Jeannette 132 

Ryman, Jennifer 46 

Rys, Jennifer 86, 87, 96, 155 



occer teams had an 
excellent year. 



S.A.D.D 128 

S.A.V.E 107 

Sabbath, Angela 155 





Index 



Sabel, Amber 91, 177, 182 

Sabo, Stephanie 42, 51, 55, 120 

Sacko, Kristin 19, 79, 119, 182, 192 

Saengchareun, Bat 42 

Saengchareun, Kongsy 155 

Saengcharoen, Bouachanh 155 

Sahye, Khemeo 155 

Saldunas, Vytas 42, 100 

Salerno, Amie 125, 182 

Salisbury, Catherine 79, 106, 115, 182 

Salisbury, Karen ..79, 91, 103, 115, 155, 173 

Salupo, Amy 67, 155 

Salupo, Marie ... 42, 52, 55, 57, 71, 102, 103, 
106,115,120, 124,191 

Salvatore, Laurie 183 

Sammons, Tyrone 183 

Sampson, Samuel 169 

Sams, Nicholette 67, 155 

Samsa, Kristin 66, 87, 104, 183, 192 

Sanders, Chayla 42 

Sanders, Christopher 155 

Sanders, Melissa42, 110, 111. 125, 126,213 

Sanderson Jr., John 84, 155 

Santilli, Sam 61, 62, 63, 75, 142, 200 

Sarns-Gaunt, Colette 103, 110, 119, 122, 

183, 199 

Sas, Jaclyn 144, 147, 183, 192, 201 

Sas, Jessica. ..43, 52, 57, 80, 110, 120, 186, 
192,201,208 

Satchel-Jarret, Kashmir 183 

Sattler. Greg 142 

Sawyer, Damion 43 

Sawyer, Satasha 155 

Scalese, Jason 155 

Scalese, Michael 183 

Scerbovsky, Steven 43 

Scheider, Bryan 84, 169 

Schiavoni, Maria 192 

Schied, Dwight 9, 89, 100, 183 

Schied, Jonathan 43, 127 

Schill, Jeffery 183 

Schmeling, Bette 25, 142 

Schmidt, Brian 155 

Schmidt, Jonathan 155 

Schmidt, Matthew 183 

Schnell, John 63,69, 155 

Schniegenberg, Christopher 43, 52. 65 

Schoen, Carrie 169 

Schofield, Sara 46 

Schonauer. Gregory 78, 80, 81, 104, 155 

Schossler, Cheryl 28, 142, 200 

Schoval, Kim 195 

Schriner, Ken 61, 62, 142 

Schroeder, Fred 142 

Schultz, Dawn 116, 183 

Schultz, Kathleen 43 

Schulz, Donata 142 

Schulz, Stephanie 183 

Schumer, Nicole 43, 52, 55,85,201, 208 

Schuster, Brian 189 

Schuster, Eric 58, 70, 82, 106, 169 

Schuster, Ken 190 

Schweikert, Paul 169 

Schwenke, Pete 61, 83, 142, 191 

Science Olympics 105 

Scott, Adrienne 43, 55, 201, 208 

Scott, Demonn 183 

Scott, Gary 46 

Scott, Heather 80, 106. 126, 183, 190 

Scott, Jessica 11, 95. 131, 155 

Scott, Maria 83, 183, 191 

Scott. Mediandra 155 

Scott, Randall 43 

Scott II, Emeri 112 

Scruggs Jr., Herbert 155 

Sederholm, Kirk 155 

Sederholm, Seth 193 

Sedmak, Kristina 43 

Seguiin, Mickey 142 

Seifried, Daniel 103, 122, 123, 155, 218 

Selvaggio, Nick 142 

Senart II, Joseph 183 

Senior Awards 197 

Senior Divider 18 

Senior Senior Prom 197 



Dale Stigmier, Carolina 
Pino, Adam Ayer, Becky 
Boos, Dan Bergolc and 
Lori Dean will probably 
remain friends long after 
Winterfest is over. 



Sergo, Lino 43 

Serra, Paul 28 

Serwatka, Jessica 126, 169, 184 

Setser, M Shannon 67, 69, 155 

Setser, Thomas 104, 183 

Settle, Glenn 43, 52, 82, 1 10, 1 11 

Severino, Jan 28, 142 

Shady. Shawn 155 

Sharp. Carrie .. 2, 43, 83, 90, 91 , 92, 96, 1 1 5, 

191,201,208 

Sharp, Courtney . 79, 85, 1 07, 1 1 8, 1 1 9, 1 25, 

126, 169, 173, 193 

Sharp, Laura 136, 142 

Shaw, Brandon 155 

Shaw, Brian 74, 169 

Shaw Jr., Brent 43, 57, 129 

Shea, Kelly 192 

Sheck, Mike 61, 144 

Sheehan, Christopher 183 

Shelden, Renee 155 

Shepherd, Richard 155 

Sheridan, Elaine 144, 200 

Sheridan, Paula 140, 144, 200 

Shimotsu, Yuki 8,43, 61, 200 

Shippitka, Melanie 192 

Shippy, Kimberley 169 

Shirey, Ross 155 

Short, Jason 98, 169 

Shorter, Katie M 134 

Show, Big 194 

Shuskey, Chad 25, 43, 52, 57, 103, 115, 120, 
124.188,189,201,208 

Sidak, Colleen 43, 57 

Sidhu, Jeremy 43 

Siedler, Brian 65, 169 

Siefreid, Nick 124 

Sierputowski, Jeffrey 78, 155 

Sierputowski, Katie 129, 183 

Simenc, Michael 70,82, 169, 189 

Simic, Kathy 169 

Simicevic, Ivana 169 

Simmons, Scott 190 

Simpson, Jim 145 

Simpson, Lonnie 74, 183 

Simpson Jr., Albert 60, 61, 82, 169 

Sims, Jabari 183 

Sims, Shelesta 169 

Singleteary, Jamilyin 155 

Skok, Jason 92,95,96, 103, 155 

Skrab, William 169 

Slabe, Matthew 155 

Slade, Renee 43 

Slade, Robert 78, 146, 176, 183 

Slagle, Christopher 84,98, 169 

Slamic, Allen 74, 169 

Slamic. Steven 43 

Slaughter Jr.. Raymel 47, 183 

Slepsky, Daniel 155 

Slogar, Michael 156 

Slogar, Nicholas 44 

Slusser, Anne 75, 156 

Smarsh, John 98, 158, 169, 184 

Smedley, Eric 73, 74, 169 

Smeltz, Jacqueline 46 

Smerdel, Kellie 20, 44, 52, 55, 1 1 1 , 131 

Smerdel, Leland 156 



Smialek, Jamie 10, 44, 46. 51, 52, 57, 71, 

107, 120, 125, 186, 191, 201, 208 

Smialek, Jill 71, 85, 107, 119, 169, 191 

Smiciklas, Ebon 6, 44 

Smiciklas, Rachel 156 

Smigel, Dan 46 

Smiley, Sher 98, 156 

Smith, Alfonso 44 

Smith, Anthony 69, 145, 169 

Smith, Bonnie 145 

Smith, Chaka 169 ! 

Smith, Christina 183 

Smith, Daniel 125, 156 

Smith, Emmanuel 74, 156 

Smith, Formeka 44, 55 

Smith, Frank 169 

Smith, Gregory 183 

Smith, Jeffery 169 

Smith, Jennifer 44, 126 

Smith, Jovan 156 

Smith, Kelly .... 14, 44, 49, 52, 55, 58, 66, 67, 
75,76, 105, 113, 191,201,208,218 

Smith, Kimberly 75, 169, 191 

Smith, Michael 44, 69 

Smith, Re'Tina 156 

Smith, Regina 75, 156 

Smith, Robert 145 

Smith, Ryan 156 

Smith, Shayla 99, 156 

Smith, Wayne 25, 28, 109, 145 

Smyth, Rion 169 

Snyder. Shelly 156 

Soccer 78 

Softball 192 

Soini, Thomas 63, 74, 156 

Solema, Dave 92,96 

Solema, David 156 

Solema, Nicholas .... 112, 121, 123, 183, 16 

Solema, Paul 78,112, 183 

Soltesz, Christina 124 

Soltesz, Frank 145, 190 

Sophomores 158 

Southall, Raphiel 98. 156 

Spada, John 156 

Spangler, Raymond 169 

Sparks, Christopher 170 

Spears, Valerie 127, 183 

Spears, Vickie 156 

Spencer, Heather 44 

Spepsky, Daniel 92 

Spiga, Barbara 28, 127, 145 

Spikes, Jay 156 

Spivey, Jason 44, 201 , 209 

Spivey, Shamuire 170, 201 

Spooner, David 183 

Spooner, Tracy 156 

Sports Divider 58 

Stadler, Veronica 145 

Stahre, Alison 7,8,61,85, 126, 141, 170, 

193 

Stambaugh, Eric 44 

Stambaugh, Suzanne 98, 121, 127, 170 

Stanco, Dave 145 

Stanford, Mitchell 183 

Stanic, Abby 86, 87, 149, 156 

Stanic, Derek 58, 70, 183, 190,201 




Stanic, Kurt 134, 197 

Stanton, Tachara 44 

Stauffer, Marc 195 

Stavange, Joel 170 

Steele's Garage , 223 

Steelman, Lyle 90, 92, 96, 164, 183 

Sterl, Elizabeth 44, 57 

Stern. Christa 183 

Stem, Erin 44, 98, 105 

Stern, Lynne 67, 156 

Stewart, Adrian 156 

Stewart, Christine 183 

Stewart, Delmar 60, 61, 183 

Stewart, Jacinda , 44 

Stewart, Latell 44,61 

Stewart, Marlena 44 

Stigmier, Dale 183, 216 

Still, Marquis 183 

Stobierski, Kathleen 147, 170 

Stobierski, Thomas 44 

Stobinski, Judy 28, 121, 145, 200 

Stout, Matthew 156 

Stout, Michael 183 

Strah, Courtney .... 4, 64, 121, 125, 128, 143, 

164,170 

Streiff, Frederick , 12, 15, 44, 50, 53, 97, 103, 

106, 120, 124, 125, 126, 142, 194, 195, 198, 

201 , 209 

Strell, Nicholas 156 

Stroberg, Dana 45, 57 

Strukel, Nicole 170 

Student Council 125 

Student Council Ad 220 

Student Life Divider 6 

Styles, Jennifer 46 

Suchy, Angela 58, 66, 67, 183, 192 

Sudam, Vishantie 156 

Sugar, Igor 9,45, 129,211 

Sukis, Donald 69, 170 

Sulecki, Dusty 122 

Sulecki Jr., Creighton . 12, 97, 122, 123, 142, 
183,217 

Sullivan, Norman 63, 74, 156 

Sultzmann, John 156 

Summerfield, Michael 45 

Survey 115 

Sustar, Thomas 156 

Sustin, Mike 10,25,79, 145, 191 

Sustin, Wendy 58, 66 

Swansegar, Jill ...79,83, 113, 125, 170, 173, 
191 

Swim Show 196 

Swimming 84 

Switalski, Anthony 170 

Switalski, Sharon 156 

Swope, Carly 64 

Swope, Pete 64, 193 

Swyt, James 78,125, 126, 183 

Szambe, Rob 92 

ime was spent at the 
beginning of the school 
year explaining rules. 

Tailaferro, Carlos 45 

Takacs, Desiree 98, 99, 156 

Taksar, Kevin 82, 170 

Tanner, Catrina 75, 98 




Tantanella, Charles 183 

Taplin, Jennifer 45 

Taplin, Lisa 126, 170 

Tapp, Brian 74 

Tate, Gerald 45 

Tate, Nicholas 170 

Tate, Remona , 98, 156 

Taylor, Brandon 170 

Taylor, Colleen .... 58, 66, 126, 147, 183, 192 

Taylor, Darrell 61,62, 183 

Taylor, Jamee 170, 191 

Taylor, Kelley 170 

Taylor, Lakesha 170 

Taylor, Sondi 156 

Taylor, Tamsen 75, 170 

Taylor, Tina 183 

Taylor II, Gilbert ...91, 97, 122,123, 183,219 

Taylor Jr., Ronald 170 

Team, Drill 108 

Tebbs, Hawah 183 

Telich, Patrick 183 

Tennis, Girl's 64 

Tepley, Matthew 45 

Tercek, Lynette 19, 145 

Terrell, Lucious 170 

Terrell, Ramone 63 

Tetter, Angela 170 

Thaxton, Thaddeus 102, 156 

Theil Jr., Michael 156 

Theme 2 

Thomas, Danielle .75, 184 

Thomas, David 45 

Thomas, Donte 61, 62, 170 

Thomas, Faith 99, 184 

Thomas, Heather 156 

Thomas, Jay 61 

Thomas, Jennifer 158, 170 

Thomas, Kareese 45, 184 

Thomas, Peter 45, 60 

Thomas, Shaiyn 170 

Thompson, Antonio 156 

Thompson, Brian 146, 184 

Thompson, Julia 91, 156 

Thurman, April 156 

Tilk, James 170 

Timm, Ronald 106, 119, 127, 172, 185 

Timm, Roseanne 80, 170 

Timmons, Mirl 170 

Tindsley, Chandell 103 

Tiogo, Joseph 45 

Tirabassi, Nicholas 80, 81, 92, 96, 170 

Tisdale, Timika 45 

Tisi, David 90,91,92,95,96, 121,185 

Tizzano, Diane .. 2, 90, 92, 96, 132, 145, 200 

Tkac, Carol 28, 145 

Todd, Jennifer 156 

Tolliver, Jason 157 

Tolo, Dragen 185 

Tomino, Joseph 45, 90, 96 

Tomsic, Martin 41,84,90,96, 168, 170 

Torrelli, Chris 25, 105, 107, 145,200 

Torrence, Jeffod 170 

Tot, Ana 157 

Toth, Alex 145, 200 

Track 190 

Trafford, Nicholas 170 

Tramsak, Kimberly 157 

Tran, Jacqueline 185 

Trapp, Charles 45 





Trapp, Vaughn 185 

Traven, January 170 

Travick, Carmen 156 

Trepal, Scott 69, 78, 157 

Tribby, Kimberly 133, 145 

Trinkle, Bill 46 

Trobenter, Joseph 52, 80, 170 

Troha, Stephanie 75, 170, 193 

Trotter II, Joseph 185 

Trzcinski, Christopher 89, 96, 171, 189 

Tucceri, Joseph 3, 15, 45, 51, 55, 60, 61, 68, 
69, 111, 120,126, 186, 188,201,209,219 

Tucker, Candy 157 

Tucker, Rockquette 171 

Turk, Pat 145 

Turkall, Dennis 74, 145, 188 

Turman, Adam 185 

Turman, Scott 171 

Tutolo, Amanda 157 

Tutors, Peer 102 

Tyler Jr., Ronald 63, 157 

ndefeated was almost a 
reality for boy's and girl's 
freshmen basketball. 

Udovich, Brian 187 

Udovich.Lisa 79, 125, 171, 173,193 

Ulle, Janet 145, 200 

Ulle, Robyn 158, 171, 193 

Underclass Divider 146 

Urh, Lydia 89,92, 94, 111, 123, 128, 138, 

177, 185 

Urh, Vicki 92 

arsity Chorale went to 
Chicago during spring 
break. 

Valencic, Cindy 145 

Valentine, Michael 61,62, 171, 189 

Van Ho, K. F 134 

Van Ho, Tara 45, 92, 94, 125 

Van Ho, Valerie 132, 157 

Van Tilburg, Yolanda 45, 54, 201, 209 

Vanatta, Kevin 46 

Vance, Dana .. 9, 79, 87, 104, 125, 129, 185, 
192 

Varsity Chorale 97 

Vaslavsky, Sheri 157 

Vaughn, Crystal 185 

Vazquez, Angelica 157 

Vega. Cristina 171 

Vegal II, John 185 

Verch, Michael 78,80,81,92, 96 

Vernon, Lynn 171 

Vernon, Terrance 171 

Vetovitz, Catherine 91, 145 

Vicic, Todd 90, 91, 92, 96, 139, 165, 185 

Vidra, Michael 45, 52 

Vihtelic, Michael 45 

Vincenti, Erin 61, 98, 116, 125, 135, 142, 185 

Virgies Jr., Tommie 63, 74 

Vitolo Jr., Dennis 78, 185 

Vitovich, Mike 46 

Vohnout, Christopher 102 

Voices of New Life 99 

Volleyball 66 

Volpe, Brenda 9, 18, 45, 57, 89, 201 

Von Benken, Bill 28, 145,200,219 

Von Benken, Megan 87, 199 

Vurbic, Drina 171 

Vurusic, Elizabeth 126, 171 

Vuyancih, Brian 74, 185 

Vuyancih, Michael 74, 78, 157 

Vuyancih, Pat 74 

1 '\l V "'I resiling team showed 
1 i / improvement. 

Wade, Alexis 171 

Wade, Karen 83, 157 

Waganek, Kirk 185 



Rachel Ackley, Andrew 
Eva, Kourtney Highland, 
Tiffany Highland and 
Craig Sulecki enjoying the 
evening at winterfest. 



Waganek, Shawn 185, 188 

Wahl, John 171 

Wai Napolo 109 

Waina, Jason 78, 84, 165, 171 

Waina, Jennifer79, 85, 105, 125, 173, 185, 201 

Walczak, Leah 196 

Wales, Coretta 99 

Walker, Derick 47 

Walker, Kathleen .. 12, 79, 97, 124, 125, 142, 
173, 185, 191 

Walker, Lakeshia 171 

Walker, Monolito 47,52 

Walker, Norman 47, 185 

Walker, Steven 171 

Walker, Tom 186, 194, 195, 197, 199 

Wallace, Andre 99 

Walsh, Phillis 135, 145 

Walter, Locust 157 

Walter, Timothy 185, 188 

Walters, Dwayne 157 

Walters, Elizabeth 191 

Walton Jr., Rodney 157 

Walton-Terrell, Ramone 74, 157 

Ware, Terrance 157 

Warman, Connie 145 

Warman, Dick 64 

Warner, Eugene 157 

Warren, Taunon 74, 171 

Washington, Eddie 157 

Washington, Shanna 47 

Waters, Roger 185 

Watkins, Demetrius 171 

Watkins, Edwin i 185 

Watkins, Miya 98, 157 

Watson, Cory .4, 8, 14, 15, 47, 97, 108, 142, 
172 

Watson, Renee 28. 47, 52, 55, 64, 106 

Watson, Terrance 171 

Watts, Tahnesha 157 

Weber, Mary Ellen 41 

Weeams, Najah 171 

Weems, Angel 47 

Weems, Jenea 75, 171, 191 

Weems, La Trese 157 

Weglarz, Thomas 157 

Wein, Anna 5,19,86, 125,197 

Wein, Ursula 85, 125, 157 

Weinberg Katz, Bebe 195 

Weinbrecht, Beth 90,91,92.96, 185 

Weintraub, Timothy 157 

Wells, Coretta 98, 157 

Wells Jr., Kenneth 185, 190 

Welsh, Kevin 78, 157 

Welsh, Patrick 185 

Wendham, Dennis 61 , 63 

Wensing, Dan 53, 145,200 

Wesley, Precious 157 

Westerfield, Howard .61, 62, 63, 68, 69, 171 

Westphal, Megan 47, 49, 52, 66, 67, 85 

Wheeler, Ebony 83, 98, 99, 108, 171 

White, Christopher 19, 58, 65, 125, 185, 188 

White, Joseph 157 

White, La Gina 47, 143 

White, Matthew 117, 185 

White, Michael 171 

White, Vernadette .66, 83, 98, 108, 171, 191 

White, Wayman .9, 47, 61, 69, 201 

Whitely, Julie 67, 157 

Whitley, Julie Ann 69, 87 

Whitley, Ryan 171 

Whitney, De Juan 63, 157 

Whitsett, Terreia 171 

Whittaker, Benjamin 171 

Whittenburg, Michelle 46 

Whitworth, Stephanie 124, 157 

Wiggins, Jason 46, 47 

Wiggins, Jennifer... 157 

Wilburn, Shantee 47, 55 

Wilcox, Eddie 171 

Wilkerson, Leonard 74, 185 

Wilkinson, Wayne 47 

Willett, Jamie 190 

Williams, Camille 157 

Williams, Chenise T 47 

Williams, Crystal 48 



Index 





SHams, Darriell 201,209 

iiliams, Diana 157 

iliiams, James , 185 

iiiams, Joel 171 

iiliams, Kaiicia 171 

Williams. Maria 66, 75, 157 

Williams, Marriell 46 

Williams, Michelle 48. 52, 55 

Williams, Noel 157 

Williams, Robert 185 

Williams, Tamerab C 191 

Williams, Tamika 171 

Williams II, Oral 78, 157 

Williams Jr., Daniel 185 

Willis, Jamikka 157 

Willis, Jennifer 92. 94, 125, 171 

Willis, Owen 171 

Willoughby, Todd 157 

Wilson. Anthony 185 

Wilson, Branden 157 

Wilson, Charles 46 

Wilson, Detric 61, 69, 119, 185 

Wilson, Ginger 48, 52 

Wilson, Marianne 18, 85, 100, 101, 146, 184, 
185,219 

Wilson, Rashad 61.74,124, 125,190 

Winterfest 110 

Winton, Heather 48, 52 

Wise, John 157 

Withers, Starla 171 

Witten, Dannika 199 

Witten, Denise 4, 92, 164, 185, 191 

Witten, Jason 171 

Wolchko. John 78. 171 

Wolf. Mary .. 7, 48, 52, 54, 85, 120. 125, 187, 
197,218 

Womick. Brandon 157 

Woodard, An'Drea 48, 116, 185 

Woodard Jr., Anthony 185 

Woodford, Beau 102, 106, 171 

Woodley, Kelly 48 

Woodruff, De'Chella 157 

Woodruff, Todd 48, 52. 78, 201 , 209 

Woods, Chineawa 157 

Woods, Dante 171 

Woodworth, Shannon ...48, 52. 64, 100, 120, 
121 

Woyton, Christina 157 

Wrestling 68 

Wright, Brandi 48, 52, 55, 103 

Wright, Damon 48 

Wurm, Gwen 106, 127, 185 

Wynn, Kevin 48, 185 

Wynn, Richard 48, 57, 61. 82, 83, 190 



ahoo!! Indians made it 
to the World Series. 



Zdanowicz, Michael 171 

Zeitz, Adam 48, 52. 55, 127, 201 

Zeman, Douglas ....78. 80, 81, 128, 185, 188 

Zeman, Gina 192 

Zemba, Maria 48 

Zemba. Sharon 171 

Zevnik, Geoffrey 65, 171 

Zevnik, Jeffrey , 80 

Zevnik, John 189 

Zevnik, Kristina 36, 48, 52, 55. 64, 105 

Zgrabik III, Richard 185 

Zielinski, Michael 13, 90, 92, 96, 171 

Zielinski, Rachel 4, 15, 20, 48, 52, 55, 92, 96, 
97,120,201,209,212 

Zivnoska, Michael 61, 125, 185, 188 

Zorko, Matthew 185 

Zorman, Brian 80, 164, 171, 189 

Zorman, Timothy 90, 92, 96, 185 

Zrim, Mark 48, 49, 188 

Zubizarreta, Judy25, 120, 121, 140, 145, 200 

Zucca, Ron 25, 28, 145, 147. 192 

Zupancic, Jamie 157 

Zupancic, Robert 48, 185 



Angela Miklavcic, Margy Mihalic 
and Kelly Smith desperately want 
to get into the school so they and 
participate in basketball. 




Michelle Marcelli, Dan Seifried, 
Angela Koeth and Katie Mc 
Guinness discuss their former jobs 
in the Fall Play, The Curious Savage. 



Yannaras. Niki 91. 157 

Yannaras, Steven 105. 171 

Yarbrough, Nichole 108, 157 

Yarish. Vicki 94, 98, 103 Rich Gentile and Mary Wolf 

Yarish, Victoria 94, 125 discussing plans for the future since 

Yask0 ' Allen 171 this is the end of the yearbook. 

Yimen, Mekeleya 48 

York, Dick 71,83, 145, 191 

Young. Devito 156 

Young. Jacqueline 91, 171 

Young, Kelly 157 

Young. Tawana 185 



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Zabivnik, Rich 46 

Zagar, Marianne 125, 157 

Zagar Incorporated 223 

Zahorsky, Melinda 157 

Zbiegien, Daniel 171 




Index 







Josten's Printing and Publishing Division 
: kl State College. Pennsylvania printed the 
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The staff of the 1 996 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: Lifetouch National 
School Studios Inc. 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 
Yearbook Company for putting it all together in 
such an artistic manner, Charlotte List on for all 
the time she spent arranging photography dates 
and supplying needed materials, Joannne 
Hodder and Joan Linderman for all the time 
and work they did trying to get the senior pictures 
arranged and taken, all the writers and photogra- 
phers who contributed their time, and last but not 
least, the entire student body at Euclid High 
School without which this book could not exist. 




Many people helped in some way 
with the 1996 Euclidian. Some 
wrote stories while others worked on 
the laying out of the book while others helped in 
the mailing of letters. Angela Miklavcic did 
much computer and layout work. Others who did 
some work were Marianne Wilson, Allison 
FitzGerald, Tracy Martorello. Christina 
Fabert, Kristina Geiger, Joe Tucceri and Mr. 
Von Benken, 




The 1995-96 school year is history. Many 
interesting and significant events 
occurred during that time and the 
Euclidian tried to cover as many of them as 
possible. This was difficult due to the limited 
staff. If we missed something, we are sorry. We 
sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions 
that occurred in the book but you have to 
understand this is only a high school publication 
and mistakes can happen. 




Gilbert Taylor and Colleen Longshaw discuss matters 
in the Fall Play. 



Band President, Joe Dula. leading the band during their 
Winter concert. 



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COMPLETE HEAT TREATING SERVICES 
INCLUDING INDUCTION, VACUUM.N1TRIDING 
ATMOSPHERE HARDENING AND ION NTTRIDING 



JOHN H. VANAS 

PRESIDENT 



1408 EAST 222nd STREET • CLEVELAND, OHIO 44117 



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Hose Master Inc. 

1233 East 222nd Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1994 

GO PANTHERS! 



ISO 9002 
CERTIFIED 



Phone: (216) 481-2020 

Fax: (216) 481-7557 

1-800-221-2319 



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Metalsmiths, Inc. 



Investment Castings 

Corporate Office 
1081 East 200th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44117-1189 
216 481-8900 
Fax: 216 481-8903 




"Good corporate 

neighbors for 

nearly half 

a century..." 



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1415 EAST 222nd STREET • EUCLID, OHIO 44117 
"Where Service is a Policy . . .not a Promise'" 

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FAX# 216-531-7686 

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Fuel Oils - Diesel - Gasoline 
K-1 Kerosene - Industrial and Automotive Lubes 

1201 E. 185th STREET 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 DOUGLAS ZEMAN 

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AIR CONDITIONING STARTERS & ALTERNATORS 

STEELE'S GARAGE, INC. 

Complete Repair Service 

486-1053 

Robin F Zonneville 20401 euclid ave 

Owner - Mechanic EUCLID. OHIO 4-4 11 "7 

WISHING 
THE CLASS OF 

1996 
A PROSPEROUS 

LIFE 


Good Luck & 

Best Wishes to 

the Class of 1 996 

Education is the key to success . . . 
continue yours. 


INCORPORATED 

Since 1938, Custom Machinery to satisfy 
your hole making requirements. 

24000 Lakeland Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44132 
Phone 216/731-0500 Fax 216/731-8591 

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