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Student Life 6
Last Year 178
Euclid High School
711 East 222nd Street
Euclid, Ohio 44123
Euclid High School and all of the associated buildings and
playing fields around it is almost like a small city within
You spent almost nine months there. You worked hard at times trying to
accomplish as much as you can. School was more than just a place to
be between summer vacations. Foe many it was a life unto itself. A
place where friendships were created and nurtured and many enjoyable and
sometimes not so enjoyable moments were experienced. It was a place where
many good and bad emotions were experienced. For most it was a time that
would never be forgotten and would be thought of fondly in the years to come.
Classroom time is an important part of a student's day at Euclid. English teacher, Mr. Robert Petrovic,
wants his students to have the best education they can get.
Jessica Scott enjoys performing in front of the
football fans during halftime. Jennifer's life at school
is very important to her.
Katie Walker, Katie Salisbury
on the varsity girl's soccer team ;
id Jill Swansegar enjoy the time thi
, well as the time they spend in class
Marissa Mukavetz enjoys performing her routines for the Flag Corps even though she is soaking wet because of
the downpour during half time.
[arching Band Director, Ms. Diane Tizzano. talks
ith guidance counselor, Ms. Lynn Davis, about
:heduling problems with some of her band members
Mandy Mc Peek enjoys being a football aide so she
can help out at the football games and practices.
Mandy is very active at Euclid and belongs to many
organizations and works hard in her classes to try to
get the most out of her time at Euclid.
Junior Band Director. Jenny Cicco, and Senior Band
Director, Dave Giancola, work hard to keep the
members of the Marching Band in formation and
synchronization during their half time ceremonies.
Both Jenny and Dave realize the importance of their
education at Euclid.
Mike Zielinski and Dave Tisi trying to make
friends with someone in their biology class.
Brian Gecewich, Kevin Evans and Bud White helped the Golf
team succeed throughout the year.
Denise La Riche and Sean Mc Laughlin sold tickets for the
football games in the cafeteria.
Jamie Benak, Angela Indiano, Janelle Colini and Kathy
Blatnik were some of the members of the girl's soccer team that
enabled it to have such a successful season.
Coaches, Mike Rezzolla,
Chet Nolan and Pete
Schwenke point out details
about the opponents offense
to Johnny Johnson, Kevin
Banks, Delmar Stewart,
Scott Longazel and Mike
Students spending part of
their lunch periods in the E-
The Flag Corps adds color
and motion to the half-time
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Jackie Young, Erin
Morrison and Georgian
Peric realize that a very
important function of the
library is to help them with
their school work.
Lori Mi tskavich. Erin
Patterson, Courtney Strah
and Langdon Proctor work
hard in their Advanced
Placement chemistry class so
they can get college credit
while still in high school
Mrs. Diane Iosue works hard
keeping track of all the
Jim Swyt goes for the ball
against the Brush player.
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Cafeteria meals are a big part of every
student's day and it is required that everyone
has a lunch period.
Cheerleaders, Davinia Gage, Joi Hutton, Denise La Rich, Margaret Corcoran, Becky Hren,
Ebonie Lane, Lauren Arnold, Annie Wein, Melissa Hoppert, Jodi Dominick and Monique
Bateman spend a lot of their lives together cheering for the football team.
Students enjoyed watching the fire in the hall during class.
Jill Swansegar, Lisa Udovich and Carolyn Klocker know that there is a lot of life going
on in their chemistry class.
Heather Perusek finds that Flag Corps is a big part of her life.
have a lot to
Dennis Vitolo works hard on the soccer team .
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Katie Walker likes to
relax by playing
soccer for the girl's
Katie Baioni and
Sean Fox have some
friends that they enjoy
having around when
they are in school.
Brian Gecewich, Jessica D'Apice, Natalie Mc Gill, Katie Sierputowski and Jessica Earick enjoy the
life they have together during lunch.
Terrell rips off a
large gain in a game
that was marked by
conditions where not
much offense was
generated and the
score ended up with
Euclid winning over
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Delmar Stewart, Deleonte
Brown and La Monte Foster
fulfill their lives by playing on
the football team.
John Morris, Jason Wat kins
and Rahman Shavers watch the
JV football game from the
sidelines. It rained throughout
the game and the field was a sea
Martin Tomsic, Bryan Arendt,
Langdon Proctor and Jason
Waina about to begin a
chemistry experiment know that
the information that they get
during their days at Euclid will
help them throughout their
Todd Lapp, Jessica Sas, Dan
Bergolc, Tim Zorman, Doug
Zeman, Kevin Evans, Dave
Banach and Brian Gecewich all
work hard to achieve the most
they can while at Euclid.
Students need food to renew their lives.
Homecoming 1996 began on
Thursday, October 10 with a
bonfire on baseball diamond #4.
It continued with a football game with
Maple Heights on Friday and concluded
with the Homecoming Dance on Satur-
day. At the bonfire a Maple Heights
player was burned in effigy. On Friday
the Maple Heights football team was
burned by a score of 27-0 by the mighty
Euclid panthers. Even though the offense
struggled with many turnovers, the
defense kept the mustangs from getting
into the end zone. The dance on Saturday
was an elegant affair with the theme of
the Mardi Gras.
Maple Hts. player gets burned at the bonfire.
Deleonte Brown gets crowned as Homecoming King
during half time.
Moll) O'Brien, Liz Domin, Denise La Rich, Annie Wein, Jodi Dominick, Joi Hutton and Davina
Gage cheering at the bonfire.
Flag Corps and band members at the bonfire.
Homeocming candidates, Jodi Dominic, Jamie Greskowiak, Carmekia Harris,
Melissa Hoppert, Denise La Rich, Kristin Samsa, Erin Flynt and Terry
Maddox were introduced to the fans before the game.
lomecoming Queen, Carmekia Harris, gets a ride around the track with Student
Council adviser, Mr. Brad Mc Govern.
odi Dominic, Becky Hren, Ebonie Lane, Joi Hutton, Davina Gage, Denise La
tich, Annie Wein, Margaret Corcoran, and Monique Bateman hold up the run
.trough sign before the game began. Becky Hren made the sign.
Homecoming King, Deleonte Brown, gets a ride around the track
by Mrs. Sandi Mc Redmond.
The panthers scoring one of their four touchdowns. TT
£ £Mardi Gras" was the theme
for the 1996 Homecoming
Dance held on October 12,
1996. Streamers and masks of
yellow, green, and purple deco-
rated the E-room ballroom to set
the magical mood. Almost 300
couples entered the dance and
began a night to remember. At
about 9:30, the Homecoming
Court was announced. Carmekia
Harris was crowned Queen and
Deleonte Brown was King. The
female senior attendants were
Jamie Greskowiak, Jodi
Dominick, Kristin Samsa,
Denise La Riche, and Melissa
Hoppert. The male senior atten-
dants included Lee Nosse, Tom
Setser, John Morris and Matt
Carroll. The Junior Attendant
was Terrance Maddox and the
Sophomore Attendant was Megan
Ballinger. The dance lasted from
7:30 to 1 1:00 and was an enjoy-
able evening for all.
Students at the Homecoming Dance has lots of fun dancina to YMCA.
Amy Weinbrecht, Martin Tomsk, Matthew Vrabel, Gina Prodan, Kevin Graham, Kathy
Stobierski, Landon Proctor and Betsy Gibbons were just a few of teh students that had fun at the
Carmekia Harris was the
Carmekia Harris and
Deleonte Brown were
announced at the Home-
ophomore Attendant, Megan Ballinger,
ances with Mark Browne.
Junior Attendant, Terrance Maddox, dances
with Senior Attendant, Denise La Rich.
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Senior Attendant, Tom Setser, dances with Michelle
The students entered their fresh
man year filled with excitement
and fear. Now, as they looked
back on graduation, they experienced
similar feelings. Though they may feel
that way, they must not forget the
changes they've gone through, growing
in different ways, the times of celebra-
tion and the times they would rather
forget. Many changes occurred to those
little freshmen who began at Euclid four
years ago. They grew academically,
socially, physically, emotionally,
athletically and many other ways. Some
students excelled in certain activities
while others excelled in other things.
Emotionally students grew and learned
how to love, have faith, control hatred,
and even trust. There were good times
and bad ones. Hopefully they got a
chance to learn from everything. Being
a senior was a wonderful thing for most
Lyle Steelman and
performing with the
Heather Perusek, one of the co-leaders of the Flag
Corps, performs during a football game.
Jennifer Waina shows her skills on the soccer field.
luren Arnold, Melissa Hoppert and Lizzy Domin doing their part to
t the crowd involved in the game.
Terin La Rich
out with the
and the games.
Being a senior was what almost everyone in high school
wanted to be. It was being at the top of the ladder. It
meant having the most responsibilities. It meant having
underclassmen looking up at you. It was as high as you could go
at Euclid High School. You had to set examples for the rest of
the school. The seniors were the ones who were the leaders.
Paula Rees, Erin Mc Mahon, Amber Sabel,
John Morris, Tom Setser, Jessica D'Apice,
Bud White, Wayne Arendt and Mike Melnyk
enjoyed their math class in preparation for the
Students had a fun time at the Homecoming
Marcus Adams Nichole Adams
Sean Amos Tracey Appling
Nicholas Aquilano Dominic Amaro Wayne Arndt Casey R. Arp Qiana Arthur
Katherine E Baioni Cynthia Ball David Banach Charmaine Banks Lawrence Banks
Monique S. Bateman Brian Duane Beatty Kate M. Bechtel Jeffrey W. Beck Scott Beck
Adam Begin Richard J. Belanich Kalisha Dannet Bell Daniel H. Bergolc William Bernardic
Ariana Monique Best Le Tera Ann Blair Frederick Blatnik Becky M. Boos James Boyd
Crystal Bradek Johnny Bragg Jr. Latisha A. Bray Rhiannon Brenner Andress Brimage
David Brinovec Christopher Brown Deleonte Brown Jerin Brown William Brown
Mark Browne Kristina T. Cadovec Elnora A. Caldwell Corey Callahan
William Carleton Casey Carmichael Matthew Carroll Laura D. Carse Anthony Carter
Eric Casiato Edward C. Ceranowicz Terrance Chambers Paige Chandler Patricia Christen
Several seniors went on trips during the summer
Mandy Mc Peek was one of
many seniors who traveled out
of the state during their vacation.
Mandy and Katie Baioni went to
Myrtle Beach during their spring
vacation. They flew down on the
Myrtle Beach Jet Express and
met Mandy' s parents who had a
condo down there. They stayed
for four days. During that time
they went shopping and went to
the beach. They returned home
carsick and sunburned, missing
the warmth of the sun, and the
feel of the sand.
They are shown here as they
arrived at the airport at Myrtle
In March of 1 996, sixteen Euclid High students traveled to
Japan to represent Euclid. For two weeks the students stayed
in Hakone which was an International Camp and at
Homestays in Tokyo and Narahmachi which is Euclid's sister
city in Japan. Molly Petras, Katie Baioni and Katy
Carmichael were three of the people who went. Katie
Baioni is shown with Shiho Ioki who is now a foreign
exchange student at Euclid.
Speaking of traveling, here is Tommy Virgies traveling against
Maple Hts. during Homecoming.
Laura Cirino Christine Clark Darnell Clark Natalie Clemmons Tomika Cockrell
Sherita Coffee Thurman Collins Jr. Joseph Cook Althea Marie Crawford
Jessica D'Apice Jennifer R. David Amanda Davis Jennifer Nicole Davis Tyronn Davis
Shanelle Dawkins Lori Dean Randolph Deramus Richard Di Bartolomeo Stephanie M. Di Biase
Patrick A. Doehring Elizabeth A. Domin Jodi Dominick Michael J. Doyle Jr Jerry Du Bose Jr
Qineta Duheric Jessica Earick Kelly Echols Christopher Eddy Mark English
Kevin Evans Chris Everly Annie Feldkamp Candace Ferguson Marcus Fields
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Seniors voted for their favorite teacher
Who is your favorite teacher?, was one of the many
questions the seniors answered on their annual ques-
tionnaire. The clear winner was Mr. Robert Heramb.
A close second went to Mrs. Jo Rita Perez. Mr. Jeff
Hartman and Mrs. Barbra Masseria tied for third
while Mr. Steve Marcu and Mr. Ken Lowe tied for
fourth. Other teachers that received votes were Mrs.
Judith Mc Laughlin, Mr. Bill Von Benken, Mr. Jim
Kelly, Mrs. Barbara Ramlow, Mr. Reggie Echols,
Mrs., Joyce Russo, Mrs. Christine Torrelli, Mrs.
Katie Morris, Mr. Ron Powaski, Mr. Frank
Jablonski. Ms. Diane Maroli, Mr. Robert Walsmith,
Mrs. Carolyn Heuer, Mrs. Kim Dixon, Mrs. Vicki
Nally, Mrs. Joan Paskert, Mrs. Carol Tkac, Mr. Ron
Zucca, Mr. Alex Toth, Mrs. Deborah Rudder, Mrs.
Mrs. Sally Pla, Ms. Diane Tizzano, Mr. Frank
Soltesz, Mr. Mike Durbin and Mr. Dan Francetic
Quinisha D. Fields Noella Fitzpatrick Timothy Fogarty Mark Fording Takera Forehand
Courtney Foster Lamonte Foster
Lauren Frey Jennifer T. Frieden Lisa Fulton
Reginald A. George Jr Nicholas Geosano Dave Giancola La Tasha Marie Gibbs Michele Gilbert
Robvn Nicole Gildersleeve Paul Glowacki Adam Godec Annmarie Graham Derrick N. Grant
Regina Graves Jamie Leigh Greskowiak Mary Grieshammer
Ciara Griesmar Douglas Grisard
Alexis Grubach Carolyn Gudaitis Jeffrey Guttu Joshua Halstead Randolph Hammond
Anthony Harris Jr Carmekia Lashaune Harris David Harris John Harris III Tracey Hartman
Petrus Hawkins Sharonda Hayes Shakita Haywood Arnold Henderson Jr Larry Hess
Damien Higgins Monroe Hillsman Jr Andrew Hilton Kelly Hiscott Bradley D. Hodge
Latricia Hollins Oaticia Hollins Dennis Holstein Melissa M. Hoppert Nicole Hrdlicka
Rebecca T. Hren Mike Hughes Joi Lauren Hutton Sun-Shine Hyle Brian Hylkema
Maurice James Gregory Jarmon Jerry Jeffrey Karenina Jeffries Ramone Jenkins
Christine Jernejcic Kristal John Brandon Johnson Keisha Johnson Shawnte Johnson
Nicole Johnston Christopher D. Jones John Jones Robert Jones Jaime K. Jordan
Mladen Jurcic Mandy Marie Kaucic Amanda Kelly Timothy Kendel
Stacia Ketchum Shaunita King Jason M. Kletecka Kristopher Klingmann Carolyn Klocker
Cassandra Kolich Nikki Kolich
Elizabeth Kulcsar Brian Kukla Danielle Ladovich Heather Lamento Richard J. Landsmann
Ebonie Lane Todd Lapp Denise La Rich Eric Lassiter Robert Joseph Patrick Latsc
Mario Laush Jamel Lawrence Scott D. Lawrence Nicole Leasure Stacy Marie Lesefky
Frank Lewis IV Charmayne C. Lloyd Timothy Long Scott Longazel Qiana Manigault
Sahriah Matthews Timothy Mazurik Hosea K. Mburu John Mc Clain Angel Mc Creary
Starla Mc Creary Natalie Mc Gill Veronica Mc Graw Sean Mc Laughlin Erin Mc Mahon
Andre Mc Michael Amanda Mc Peek Casey Mc Redmond Valerie Ryan Mehring Mike Melnyk
Many students are new to Euclid schools
Lyle Steelman performs a solo during half time.
Jeff Gutu, Staci Richmond, Maria Scott, Michele Fox and
Shannon Gaynes enjoyed their years at Euclid.
Students enjoying themselves at the Homecoming assebbly.
Euclid seniors were asked if they had
attended Euclid schools all their
lives. 45% of the seniors who
inswered said that they had which was
ibout the same as the previous year. The
est of the seniors were in the Euclid
schools anywhere from one to eleven
/ears with the most frequent number being
? our years. This reflected a large number
)f students who attended parochial schools
"or the first eight grades and then came to
he high school in the ninth grade. More
han 13 percent of the seniors have only
jeen in the Euclid schools for one year.
HAVE YOU ATTENDED
EUCLID SCHOOL ALL YOUR
LIFE? H Yes
HOW MANY YEARS IN
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Sedrick Morton Brenda Moyer Katrina Murphy Maria Negolfka Jessica D. Nelson
Patrina Nickson Lee S. Nosse Melissa A. Novinc Paa-Kofi Obeng Michelle O'Donnell
Sirral Oliver Francis Orgovan Maryann Oroz Tomislav Oroz Megan Osterman
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Travis Phelps Antonio Steven Phillips Kongkham Phommavichit Onkeo Phommavichit
Carolina A. Pino Jamie M. Piscitello
Jimmy Pomiecko Cedric Pompey Maureen Porcen James Poulos Michael Praskavich
Michelle Price Leland Pursley Veronica Radolovic Latia Ramsey
live in a
Seniors were once again polled as to whether or not they
lived in a house. More than 77 per cent responded that they
did live in a house. This was down a little from the previous
year when almost 83 per cent of the seniors responded that they
lived in a house.
Seniors and underclass had a good time dancing at Homecoming.
Maureen Porcen, Brenda Moyer and Amanda Davis know the
value of having a stable home life and how it affects a person's
These students know the value of having a good lunch.
Jamie Greskowiak, Jessica D'Apice and Katie Sierputowski know that time in the library will
help them get ahead for their classes.
like Zivnoska, Gene Hess, Mandy Mc Peek, Stacy Richmond and Jennifer Davis had a good time
iring their lunch periods.
ots of Euclid students had a good time at the bon fire that kicked off Homecoming weekend.
Denise La Rich was a senior attendant for
Rashida A. Range Keauntee Redfearn Shanithra Reed
Michael Reksten Stacy Richmond Michael Riczinger Rokita Riddle
Jason Robinson Michael Robinson Nickeesha Robinson Rosalind Robinson Samuel Robinson
Julie Robson Terrance Rohlke Katherine Ross Jeannette Rychlik Amber Marie Sabel
Kristin M. Sacko Catherine Marie Salisbury Laurie M. Salvatore Kristin Samsa Colette Sams-Gaunt
Michael Scalese Dwight Schied
Dawn Schultz Stephanie Marie Schulz Heather M. Scott Maria Scott Joseph Senart II
Tom E. Setser « Christopher Sheehan Katie Sierputowski Lonnie Simpson
Most seniors have college plans
In a poll given to seniors, 88 per cent
of the respondents said that they were
planning on going to college. This
was a little bit less than the previous
year's poll but not very much of a
difference. This showed that members of
the senior class realized the value of
having education beyond a high school
Psychology teacher. Mr. Steve Marcu, helps Casey Mc
Redmond prepare for college.
Mark Browne announces during
Students working hard in class preparing for college.
Carolyn Gudaitis, Jessica D'Apice, Jamie
Greskowiak, Brian Gecewich, Jennifer David and
Rashida Range are all planning on attending college and
are preparing for it during high school.
Paul Solema April Solnosky
Lyle R. Steelman Christa Stern Christine Stewart Delmar Stewart Dale Stigmier
Michael Stout Angela M. Suchy Creighton Sulecki Jeremiah Swetel
Colleen Taylor Darrell Taylor David Tabb Gilbert Taylor II
Michelle Thomas Brian Thompson
David A. Tisi Jacqueline Tran
Shawn Waganek Jennifer Waina Kathleen A. Walker Lakeshia Walker Timothy Walker
David Way Anna L. Wein Beth Weinbrecht Christopher White Matthew White
Leonard J. Wilkerson II James Williams Robert Williams Tamerah Williams A. Rashod Wilosn
Detric Wilson Marianne B. Wilson Denise Witten Tony Woodard Gwen Wurm
Richard Zgrabik III Michael Zivnoska Tim Zorman
ome teachers give much to do in the evening
This year the senior lass members were polled
as to which teacher gave the most homework.
Mr. Jeff Hartman received the most votes.
Mrs. Jo Rita Perez finished second. Mr. Ron
Powaski came in third while Mrs. Bette Schmeling
finished fourth. Other teachers mentioned were Mrs.
Dorrie Black, Mr. Rob Heramb, Mrs. Terry
Dubroy, Ms. Sue Amato and Mrs. Deborah
Mike Zivnoska, Rick Pecnik and Matt Carroll discuss their
homework assignments with Mrs. Barbra Masscria.
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Many seniors were involved in Euclid activities
Euclid offered many opportunities for students to get involved in
activities during the school day and after the school day was
over. There was also a complete list of sports that the students
could participate in. Freshmen even had their own sports program
where they could compete with other freshmen teams. There was no
reason why a student could not find something that they were interested
in at Euclid High School. If a group of students were interested in
something that there was no formal club they could always find an
adviser and begin their own club. All that was needed was a desire to
interact in a particular way.
One of the activities that Becky Hren enjoy doing was talking to the students at Forest
Park about drugs and alcohol abuse where she was a D.A.R.E. role model for two years.
Dan Bergolc enjoyed helping
out around the school as a
Media Aide. He controlled
lighting and sound for many
of the student productions
throughout his time at Euclid.
Keith Baron: Baseball 9,10.
Elise NicoleBarnett: Student Council 10,1 1.
Katherine E. Baioni: Student Council 10,11,12, Rep 10,1 1. Vii
Pres 12; Football Trainer 9,10.1 1,12; Basketball Trainer 9,10. 1 1
Kids on the Block 1 1,12; Career Exploration 12; S.A.D.D. 1 lysM
Choral Masters 10,11; Varsity Chorale 12; Big Show 9,10.1 1,12
A.F.S. 12; S.A.V.E. 12; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 12.
Wayne Arndt: Fall Play 9; Hockey 9,10,1 1.
Casey R. Arp: N.J.R.O.T.C. 10,1 1 . 1 2.
Tracey Appling: Track 9; Tennis 11,12.
Monique S. Bateman: Drill Team 1 1,12, President 12; VONL
10, Football Cheerleader 1 1,12; Basketball Cheerleader 11.12.
Brian Duane Beatty: Basketball 9; Football 12; Mediator 1 1,K
Daniel H. Bergolc: Key Club 9,10,11,12, Treasurer 10, Ohio
District Secretary /Treasurer 11, International Secretary 12;
Student Council 9,10,11,12, Homeroom Rep. 11; Survey
9,10,1 1,12, Photo/Art Editor 12, Photographer 9,10.11; Morninj
Announcements 9,10,11,12; Big Show Tech Crew 9,10,11,12;
Student Tech Dir. 1 1 . Swim Show Tech 9,10; Spirit Club 9,10;
A. V. Club 9,10,1 U2N.H.S. 11,12.
Richard J. Belanich: Football 9.10,11,12; Swimming
Kate M. Bechtel: Swimming 9.10.1 1,12; Student Council 12;
Office Aide 1 1,12.
Jeffrey W. Beck: A.F.S. 1 1.12; Key Club 12; Office Aide 11 J
Ariana Monique Best: Flag Corps 9; Track 10.
Le Tera Ann Blair: Flag Corps 9,10; Cosmetology 11,12.
Becky M. Boos: Ski Club 10,1 1,12; Office Aide 9,10; Career 1
Exploraiton 10,1 1.12; N.H.S. 1 1,12; Holiday Play 10,11,12. '
Latisha A. Bray:B.P.A. 1 1,12, Vice Historian/Chairperson
Fundraiser 1 1, Social Comm./Fund comm. 12.
Kristina T. Cadovec: Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Career Explora-
tions 10; Survey 9,1 1,12; Yearbook 12; Student Council 1 1,12*
Casey Carmichael: Key Club 9,10; Business Club 9; N.H.S. J
11,12; Football 10,1 1; Student Council 12; Ski Club 11,12;
Survey 12; Office Aide 12.
Matthew Carroll: Hockey 9,10,11,12; Baseball 9.10.1 1,12.
Elnora A. Caldwell: Basketball 10,11; OfficSAide lf^l
Eric Casiato: B.P.A. 11,12, Parliamentarian 11, Exec Comm. 1
Laura D. Carse: Basketball 11.
Edward C. Ceranowitz: N.I.R.O.T.C. 10,11,12.
Laura Cirino: A.F.S. 9,10; Spirit Club 10j|
Darnell Le Shawn Clark: Indoor Track 10, Basketball 9.
Althaea Marie Crawford: N.E.O.C.B.E.C. 12
Ricky Cooper: Football 9,10,1 1; Track 9,10,1 1.
Annette Cunningham: A.F.S. 9,10.
Nicholas Cyganski: Tennis 11,12; Survey 11,12.
Cory Cunningham: Wrestling 9; Football 11.
Jessica D'Apice: Spirit Club 9,10; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Peei
Tutor 11; A.FS. 1 1,12, Executive Board 12; Ski Club 12.
Jennifer R. David Basketball Trainer 9,10,11,12; Student
Council 9; Spirit Club 9,10; Yearbook 12.
Jennifer Nicole Davis: Spirit Club 9; Survey 10; Student
Council 11:12. Peer Tutor 11,12.
Lori Dean: N.H.S. 11,12; Office Aide 9,10; Holiday Play 11;
Big Show 11.
Stephanie M. DiBiase: Key Club 9,10, Committee leader 10; I
Band 9, 10,1 1,12, Vice President 12; Big Show 9, 10,1 1,12.
Patrick A. Doehring: A.F.S. 12.
lizabeth A. Domin: Cheerleading 9,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Peer
jtor 12; Student Council 12; Wrestling Trainer 10; Office Aide
>di Dominick: Varsity Chorale 10,11,12, President 12; Big
iow 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Student Council 9, 10, 1 1 . 1 2, Secretary 1 0, Rep
10,1 1,12: Spirit Club 9,10; Fall Play 10,12; Kids on the Block
»; A.F.S. 12; Mediator 12; Career Explorations 12.
[ichael J. Doyle Jr.: Wrestling 9,10,1 1; Golf 9,10,1 1 ; Baseball
[ark English: Drill Team 11.
nnie Feldkamp: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Softball 9,10; Key Club
10,1 1 , 12, Co-chairman of public relations 12; Career Explora-
•ms 9.10,1 1,12; Yearbook 12; Student Council 12; Ski Club 12;
ffice Aide 11; Student Teaching at Forest Park 12.
uinisha D, Fields: N.E.O.C.E.B. 12; Drill Team 9.
imothy Fogarty: Baseball 9,10,11,12; Golf 9,10,11; Student
ouncil 9.10,1 1,12, rep 12; Spirit Club 9,10.
Hison Fredrick: Spirit Club 9,10; Soccer 11,12; Swim Team
jimifer T. Frieden: Spirit Club 9.
eginald A. George Jr.: Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Track
10,12; Concert Band 9,10,11,12, Seciton Leader 12; Key Club
10,11,12, Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Section Leader 12: Big
jow 9; Media Aides 9,10: Poetry Club 12; Orchestra 12.
aveGiancola: Band 9,10,1 1,12; Tennis 10.1 1,12; Varsity
obyn Nicole Gildersleeve: V.O.N.L. 9,1 1,12, Vice President
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aul Glowacki: Cross Country 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Co-captain 12; Track
.10,11,12, Co-captain 12; Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Librarian 12;
.ey Club 9, 10; NILS. 11,12.
errick N. Grant: Track 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 12.
jmie Leigh Greskowiak: Basketball 9.10.1 1 : Softball
,10,1 1,12, Co-captain 11.12; Diving 12: Student Council
,10,1 1,12, Co-chairman 11; A.F.S. 11,12, Board Memberl 2; Ski
lub 11,12; Survey 12; Office Aide 10,12; Career Explorations
,10,11.12; Yearbook 12; N.H.S. 1 1,12; Spirit Club 9,10.
arolyn Gudaitis: Cross Country 9,10, 1 1 , 1 2; Track 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2;
idoorTrack9; Key Club 9,10,11,12, Orchestra 9,10,1 1, Secre-
iry 10,11; Big Show Pit 10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Peer Tutor 11;
.A.D.D. 9; Poetry Club 11.
armekia Lashaune Harris: Basketball 9, 10, 1 1,1 2;; Student
ouncil 12; Office Aide 12; Volleyball aide 10,1 1.
etrus Hawkins: Basketball 10,11,12.
ieneHess: Baseball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10.1 1; Office Aide
[elly Hiscott: Eucuyo 9,10,1 1,12, Editor 11.12; Drama 9,10;
lh.s. 11.12. mm
iradley D. Hodge: Baseball 9; N.H.S. 11,12.
-atricia Hollins: V.O.N.L. 9, 10; Track 9; Drill Team 1 1 .
ielissa M. Hoppert: Basketball cheerleader 9,12; Football
heerleader 11,12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Student Council 12; Peer
'utor 12. I
Jicole Hrdlicka: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 11,12.
lebecca T. Hren: Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; Swimming
,10,11.12; Student Council 10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 1 1,12, Correspond-
igsec. 12; Spirit Club 9,10; Ski Club 11,12; Survey 12; Peer
utor 11,12; Track 12.
like Hughes: Football 12: Tennis 9,10,11,12.
oi Lauren Hutton: Flag Corps 9,10; Cheerleading 12; A.F.S.
Most Euclid students say they enjoyed their high school years
S Yes 62.1%
H to 13.8% "
FJ Maybe 24.1%
Did you enjoy
your years at
as to whether
or not they enjoyed
their years at Euclid
and 62 % of the
that they did. This
was very similar to
the 60 % that
responded last year.
The major differ-
ence seemed to be
in the number of
Last year 27 % were
uncertain while this
year 24% were
Jodi Dominick and Jennifer
Davis certainly look as if they
have enjoyed their years at
Most of these students had
enjoyable moments while at
JL Jl >-aJ
Many seniors come to school by car
If so, do
:^ you do the
Seniors were asked whether they came to school in a car. Less
than 70 % of those responding said they did. About 55 % of
the ones that came to school in a car did the driving. This was
much lower than the results from last year when about 80 % of the
students came by car and 57 % did the driving.
Many of the students in these pictures get to school in a car and more than half of
them do the driving.
Maurice James: Basketball 10; Track 11.
Christopher D. Jones: Basketball 9; D.E.C.A. 11,12.
Jaime K. Jordan: Tennis 10,1 1,12; Fall Play 12; Eucuyo editor
1 1 ; Student Council 11,12.
Mandy Marie Kaucic: A.F.S. 9.10,11,12.
Jason Kletecka: Soccer 9; Football 9,1 1,12; Basketball 9,10;
Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Student Council 9,10; Spirit Club 9; Office
Aide 1 1 ; Golf 10, 1 1 ; Career Exploration 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2.
Carolyn Klocker: Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Soccer 10,11; Track 9
N.H.S. 11,12; Student Council 1 1,12; Teacher Lab Asst.
Nikki Kolich: N.E.O.C.B.E.C. 12.
Richard J. Landsmann: Concert Band 9,10,11,12, Librarian l|
Marching Band 9,10.1 1,12, Squad Leader 12; Pep Band
9,10,11.12; Big Show 10,11,12, Fly/Stage crew 11; Orchestra
11,12; Choral Masters 10,11,12; Commencement Band 9,10,11;
Peer Tutor 1 1 ; Key Club 10; Homecoming Band 10,1 1,12.
Ebonie Lane: Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; Track 10: Gospel Choir 9;
Varsity Chorale 12; Orchestra 9,10.
Denise LaRich: Clinic Aide 10; Cheerleading 11,12. Vice Capt;
12; Office Aide 1 2; Student Council 11.
Robert Joseph Patrick Latsch: Band 9,10.1 1,12; Pep band
9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Jazz Band 9, 10,1 1,12; Key CI
9,10,1 1,12, Outstanding member 10; Media Aides 9,10,11,12;
Choral Masters 1 1,12; Marching Band 9,10,11,12; Soccer
10.1 1.12: Big Show fly crew 9,10,1 1,12.
Mario Laush: Soccer 9,10,11,12, Captain 12.
Jamel Lawrence: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Section leader
11,12; Concert Band 9; Orchestra 10,11; Track 9,10,1 1,12; Cros
Scott Lawrence: Key Club 9,10,1 1,12, Vice Pres. 11; Varsity
Chorale 1 1,12; Big Show 11,12; Fall Play 11,12; Media Aides
9, 10, 11, 12; Career Explorations 9, 10. 1,1 2; Ski Club 12; N.H.S.
11,12, Vice Pres 12; Hockey 10; Morning Announcements Crew
Stacy Marie Lesefky: Basketball 9,10; Volleyball 10,1 1 ,12;
Charmayne C. Lloyd: V.O.N.L. 9,10,1 1,12.
Timothy Long: Baseball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9.
Nicholas Marek: Survey 9; Ski Club 11,12.
Colvey Martin: Office Aide 1 1 ; Peer Tutor 1 1 .
Tim Mazurik: Chess Club 10,11,12.
Hosea K. Mburu: Soccer 10.1 1,12; Office Aide 1 1,12; Key Cli
12; Yearbook 12; Media Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 12.
John Mc Clain: Football 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball 9,10,1 1,12;
Baseball 9,1 1,12.
Starla Mc Creary: Eucuyo 9,10,1 1,12, Feature Editor 12;
Veronica Mc Graw: Volleyball 10,11; Basketball 9,10,11,12.
Amanda Mc Peek: Swimming 9; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Eucu
10,11; Student Council 10,1 1,12, Rep. 10,11; N.H.S. 11,12; Ski
Club 12; Career Exploraton 10,11,12; Peer Tutor 11; A.F.S. 12;
Football Trainer 12; Hockey Trainer 12.
Casey Mc Redmond: Volleyball 9,10; Swimming 9,10,1 1,12;
Softball 9,10; Soccer 1 1,12; Key Club 9,10; Spirit Club 9,10;
Student Council 12; P. A. Announcers 11,12; Office Aide
9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor 1 1,12; Ski Club 12.
Valerie Mehring: A.F.S. 9; Survey 9; Key Club 9; Peer Tutor
Mike Melnyk: Football 9,10,11,12, Co-captain 12; Basketball 9
Track 10,1 1,12; Wrestling 11,12.
•hn Morris: Football 12; Baseball 9,10,12; Peer Tutor 12;
udent Council 9,12: N.J.R.O.T.C. 10,1 1.
atrina Murphy: Cross Country 9; Track 9; Survey 9: Eucuyo
1,1 1; Peer Tutor 11,12; Kids on the Block/S.A.D.D. 9,10,11,12;
H.S. 1 1,12; Holiday Play 10,1 1 ; Big Show 10; Orchestra
10.11,12; Track aide 10,11,12; V.O.N.L. 10,11,32; Career
aria Negolfka: Basketball 9; Softball 9,10,1 1; Spirit Club 9;
loral Masters 11,12.
ssica Nelson: N.E.O.C.B.E.C. 12: Yearbook 9; Office Aide 10.
:e S. Nosse: Football 9,10; Basketball 9,10,11,12; Track 9,10.
elissa A. Novinc: Key Club 9,1 1,12, Secretary 12; Career
cplorations 9,10,11,12; Student Council 9,11, Rep 1 1, A.F.S. 11:
irvey 11,12; Spirit Club 9; N.H.S. 11,12.
la-Kofi Obeng: Swimming 9,10,1 1,12; Track 10,1 1,12; Student
mncil 12; N.H.S. 11,12; Yearbook 12.
leresa Parey: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12, Co-captain 12; Key Club
,12; N.H.S. 11, 12;Peer Tutor 12.
isa Patterson: Basketball 10.12; Drill Team 11.
jather G. Perusek: Flag Corps 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12; Tract
Peer Tutor 11,12: Big Show 10.1 1,12; F.H. A. 9; Paint crew 10.
itonio Steven Phillips: Football 9,10: F.H. A. 10.
attPikus: Soccer 10,1 1,12; Hockey 10,1 1,12; Tennis 9,10;
ink Aide 12; Academic Challenge 1 1,12.
irolina A. Pino: Spirit Club 9.10; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Ski
ub 10,11,12; Soccer 10.
mie M. Piscitello: Student Council 9.10; Softball 9; spirit Club
10; Kids on the Block 1 0; Diving 1 0; Ski Club 11,12.
icheUe Price: N.E.O.C.B.EC: 12; V.O.N.L. 9,10,1 1,121
jronkaRadolovic: Tennis 9,10,12; Survey 9; Ski Club 12.
ishida A. Range: Choral Masters 9; Yearbook 1 1 .
:nita Reed: Choraliers 9; Office Aide 9.
tulaRees: Marching Band 9,10.1 1,12. Squad leader 11,12,
ction leader 12, Secretary 10,1 1.12; Concert Band 9,10,11,12;!
•chestra 10,1 1,12; Hillcrest Select Band 10,1 1,12; Pit Orchestra
,11,12; Pep Band 9,10,1 1,12; Commencement Band 9,10,11;
F.S. 9,10.1 1.12, Secretary 9,10,1 1, Executive Board 12; Office
de 10; Spririt Club 9; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12; Wai Napolo
',11,12, Secretary 10, Jr. Show direc 11, Sr. Show Direc. 12;
treer Explorations 10,11,12; Survey 12.
ichael Reksten: N.J.R.O.T.C. 10.
jsahnd Robinson: N.E.O.C.B.E.C. 12; V.O.N.L. 9,10.
Jtherine Ross: Basketball 9; Marching Band 10,1 1,12; Concert
nber M. Sabel: Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12, Secretary 12; N. H. S.
,12; Peer Tutor 11; Holiday Play 10; Big Show Orchestra
ristin M. Sacko: Soccer 10, 1 1 , 12; Softball 9,10; Ski Club
B,12; Office Runner 9,10,1 1: Cheerleading 9; Spirit Club 9,10.
alherine Marie Salisbury: Key Club 9,1 1,12; Newspaper-
irvey9, 10,11,12; Soccer 9,10,11, 12, Varsity 11,12; Track 9;
F:S. 11,12; Science Olympiad 11,12; Peer Tutor 11,12; S.A.V.E,
I; Student Council 12; Ski Club 1 1,12; N.H.S. 12.
uirie M. Salvatore: Holiday Play 9; Soccer Aide 12; Ski Club
^Spirit Club 9; Office Runner 10.
ristin Samsa: Volleyball 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10; Cheer-
ider 11,12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12.
alette Sams-Gaunt: Wai Napolo 9; Key Club 10,1 1,12, Jr. Rep.
, Sen. Rep. 12; N.H.S. 11,12; Spirit Club 9; Clinic Aide 10; Fall
ay 11,12; Big Show 11,12; Career Exploration 10,1 1 .
Seniors say you need more than a H. S. diploma
Do you feel a
a high school
diploma can get
a very good
o you think you can
(get a very good job
with just a high
school diploma? Almost
68% of the seniors that
responded believed that it
was not enough to only
have a high school diploma.
The world is much more
complex than it was when
the student's parents were
in school and it is far more
important to have some
form of higher education in
order to get a good job.
Student Council president. Rashad
Wilson, knows the value of a high school
diploma and the value of higher
Stephanie Di Biase, Dan Bergolc, Gina
Prodan. Creig Sulecki, Leah Cherne,
Lea Acino and Becky Hren having fun a
Homecoming but knowing that there will
be many more dances when they get to
Homecoming candidates, Megan Ballanger, Tom Setser, Lee Nosse,
John Morris, Matt Carroll and Deleonte Brown were introduced
before the Homecoming Game. Seniors
Maryann Oroz, Nick
Geosano and Mike Robinson
relaxing during lunch.
Katie Salisbury, Latrica
Hollins and Rashida Range
studying in the library.
Alexis Grubach, Rich Di
Bartolomeo, Liz Domin,
Stephanie Di Biase and
Jessica Earick waiting for
class to begin.
Bud White and Tom Setser
going to class.
Jackie Sas: Softball 9,10; Volleyball 9,10; Spirit Club 9; Student Council 9,11
Stephanie Marie Schulz: Office Aide 9; A.F.S. 9.
Heather M. Scott: A.F.S. 9,10,1 1,12, Exe. Board 12, Vice Pres. 1 1; Soccer
Aide 11,12; Indoor Track Aide 10, 1 1 . 1 2; Outdoor Track Aide 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Hock
Aide 11,12; Office Aide 10,11,12; Spirit Club 9; Teacher's Aide 12.
Tom E. Setser: Basketball 9,10.
Mitchell Stanford: S.F.S. 10; Soccer 10.
Nick Sohlberg: Golf 12; Ski Club 12.
Derek Stanic: Cross Country 9,10,1 1.12; Indoor Track 9,10,1 1,12; Outdoor
Lyle Steelman: Band 9,10,11,12, Principal trumpet 10,1 1,12.
Christa Stern: N.E.O.C.B.E. 12.
Dale Stigamier: Golf 9,10,1 1,12; Tennis 11.12.
Angela M. Suchy: Volleyball 9,10,1 1 .12; Basketball 9,10; Softball 9,10,1 1,
Office Aide 9,10.
Colleen Taylor: Volleyball 9,10,11; Basketball 9,10; Softball 9,10,1 1,12.
Faith Thomas: V.O.N.L. 12, President 12.
RonTimm: Peotry Club 10,11,12.
David A. Tisi: Eucuyo 10,1 1,12; Marching Band 9,10,11,12; N.H.S. 11, 12;.
Jazz Band 9,10,1 1,12; Pep Band 9,10,1 1,12; Pit Orchestra 10,11,12; Orcheslr!
11,12; Survey 9,12; Chess Club 9; Concert Band 9,10^11,12; Science Olympij
Vaughn Trapp: Basketball 1 1 .
Adam R. Turman: Teacher's Aide 9; Peer Tutor 12.
Dana Vance: Volleyball 9; Basketball 9; Softball 9,10,11,12; Football Trainel
10; Diving 10; Cheerleader 11,12; Soccer 1 1; Student Council 9,10,11,12; Spi
Club 9.10: Ski Club 10,11,12; Peer Tutor 12.
Erin Marie Vincenti: Football Trainer 9, 10, 12; Wrestling Trainer 9; Student
Council 9.10,1 1,12; Office Aide 9,10,12; Spirit Club 9,10; N.H.S. 11,12; Peel
Tutor 11.12; Student Spanish Teacher 11,12.
Brian Vuyancih: Basketball 9,10,11.
Shawn Waganek: Baseball 9,10.
Jennifer Waina: Soccer 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2, Captain 1 0; Swimming 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, C^J
11,12; Student Council 9,10,11,12, HRRep 11,12; Spirit Club 9.10; Career j
Explorations 9,10,11,12; Science Olympiad 10.1 1.12; Softball 9; Peer Tutor 1
11,12; Key Club 9,10,12; Teacher Lab Asst. 9,10,11.12; Office Aide 11.12,
Kathleen A. Walker: Key Club 9; Student council 1 0, 1 1 , 12, Class Pres. 10, j
Historian 1 1,12; Soccer 9,10,1 1,12, Co-captain 12; Swimming 9,10.11,12;
Track 9.10,1 1,12; Big Show 12; Spirit Club 9,10; Indoor Track 12; N.H.S.
1 1,12, Pres. 12; Varsity Chorale 11,12; Chorale Masters 9.
Anna L. Wein: Football Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball Cheerleading 1(
Student Council 9,10,11,12, Ex. Board 10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Survey 12,
Advertising Manager 12; Ski Club 11,12; Track 11,112; Peer Tutor 12; Cultur
Leonard J. Wilkerson II: Basketball 9,10,1 1,12.
Robert Williams: Baseball 10.
A. Rashod Wilson: Basketball 9,10,1 1; Football 9,10.1 1,12, Captain 12; Traj
9,10; Student Council 11,12, President 12.
Marianne Wilson: Swimming 9,10,1 1,12, Co-captain 12; Yearbook 10,11,12
N.H.S. 11,12; Key Club 9; A.F.S. 9; N.J.R.O.T.C. 10,11; Peer Tutor 12.
Denise Witten: N.E.O.C.B.E.C. 12; Band 9,10.11.
Todd Woodard: Key Club 10; Survey 10.
Gwen Wurm: Key Club 9,10; A.F.S. 9,10,11; N.E.O.C.B.C. 12; Poetry Club
Bucky Zeman: Soccer 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Hockey 9,10,11,12, Captain
11,12; Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 10,1 1,12; Studei
Council 9,10,1 1,12, HR Rep 10,1 1,12; Spirit Club 9,10; A.F.S. 12; Kids on thl
Block 9,10.1 1,12; N.H.S. 12; Chess Club 9,10; Survey 12; Model U.N. 9,10,1
Tim Zorman: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, President 12; Concert Band
9,10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 9,10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12.
eniors tell about many of their most embarrassing moment
As a student progressed through their high
school years they were occasionaly
presented with moments that were less
nan complimentary. These embarrassing moments
vere the kind of things that would be remembered
or ever and ever. The seniors were asked about
heir most embarrassing moments and these were
ome of the responses. As usual, the most common
ype of embarrassment happened on the stairs,
because of that, students mentioning stairs were
ill grouped together at the end. The other moments
ire presented alphabetically.
)ave Barkoot fell asleep in class one day and
omeone put makeup all over his face so he looked
ike a clown.
tlonique Bateman was going to sit down at the
unch table when Kisha pulled the chair from
inder her. and she fell straight on the floor.
Cate Bechtel dove into the pool to swim the 500
reestyle and got a nosebleed. She didn't realize it
intil the race was over.
rina Cadovec was really mad at lunch when she
lounded her fist on the table splattering a package
>f mayonnaise across the room and onto a table
ull of people.
Llnora Caldwell fell off the bleachers during a
lid's varsity basketball game,
^asey Carmichael had his chair pushed out from
mder him in the cafeteria.
alisha Bell missed her bus in the ninth grade and
m after it yelling and almost got run over by a bus
tat came up behind her. Everyone was laughing as
le limped onto the bus.
ori Dean walked into her English class and tripped
ver the cord for the overhead projector that
veryone was using to take notes.
lizabeth Oomin dumped chocolate pudding on her
ead and the floor of the Ponderosa after she
nocked it out of Beth Kramer's hand during a
odi Dominick and Mark Browne were rapping to
fotorious B.l.G. during Big Show and she didn't
:alize her mike was on and everyone in the
uditorium heard. ijS&^j^^R
lark English was trying to look cool as he walked .
|from the busses as a ninth grader and instead
lipped on the ice and fell on his butt.
Jtraie Feldkamp missed three volleyball games
fter she got her finger stuck in her windpants.
'im Fogarty got stuffed in a baseball locker by Joe
'erry, Jay Cudo and Mike Yurcich as a freshman.
>ene Hess got lost when he was showing someone
round the school. [m. a^k ^,, m
irad Hodge gave a urine sample in chemistry class
) test for the conductivity of the solution.
.atricia Hollins went to the bathroom and got her
kirt stuck in her stockings.
Jicole Hrdlicka got rear-ended by a motorist and
/as so worried that when she exchanged information
argot to get his name and telephone number.
Becky Hren was at cheerleading camp and during competition got so flustered that she forgot the cheer and
just blurted out "Ahhhhhh".
Sun Shine Hyle didn't realize how long it would take her to get to school and arrived late on the first day.
Christopher Jones fell off the stage during a school play.
Jaime Jordan left her car's lights on and needed to get a jump from Jessica Sas.
Richard Landsmann was at a rainy football game in the Marching Band and slid across about 5 yards of wet
grass before landing in the mud.
Jamel Lawrence was on the playground in second grade when his pants ripped and everyone saw it.
Colvey Martin was sleeping in a desk in study hall when it broke and he fell out.
Casey Mc Redmond was sleeping in chemistry class while the teacher was explaining about a movie. She
woke up and yelled out "atom" for no reason.
John Morris threw up at Tony Raia's graduation party and got vomit on everyone at the table. He is now
known a "chicken chunk man".
Maria Negolfka was cooking smores in cooking class while Mrs. Sheridan was being interviewed by channel
43. The smores caught fire and the interviewer videotaped the entire episode.
Melissa Novinc was speeding down an icy sidestreet when she slammed on the brakes and the car slid into a
snowbank and she had to call a tow truck.
Paa-Kofi Obeng was being dragged across the floor in his underwear by his towel before swim team practice by
Maryann Oroz was playing doubles with Allison Hrovat against North and the ball would have come down out
of bounds but as she ran after it the ball landed on her Bead.
Jamie Piscitello had to start his car with a screwdriver hi the parking lot.
Veronica Radolovic dropped her lunch tray and the plate broke into many pieces.
Keauntee Redfearn dropped the football on the one yard line.
Jason Robinson walked into his fourth period class when it was only third period.
Amber Sabel ended up talking to herself after the friend she was with left.
Katie Salisbury got stuck on a ski lift and ended up with a big hole in her pants.
Laurie Salvatore, Erin Mc Mahon and John Vegal were cutting school and got caught by a policeman who
escorted them back to school.
Kristin Samsa got knocked down, the stairs by two kids chasing each other. .
Colette Sarns-Gaunt was told by a boy that she had gone on a date with that her zipper on her baggy corduroys
was down. .ife
Heather Scott was getting her senior picture for soccer taken when she fell in the long jump pit.
Tom Setser sat on a chair that his friends poured iced tea on.
Lyle Steelman had to march in a football game after being thrown up on by Robert Latsch.
Vaughn Trapp went to a haunted house and got chased by a gorilla into the parking lot.
Adam Turmah bumped into someone turning a corner in the halls.
Shawn Waganek got a chair pulled out from under him in the E-room.
Leonard Wilkerson had his shorts pulled down by EricLasiter and Sam Robinson while he was putting up
signs during basketball practice.
Erin Vineenti had colored her hair blonde and it was in the process of growing in when she was tutoring sixth
grade Spanish. Her students questioned her as to why her hair was two different colors.
Rashad Wilson fell in the lunch room.
Doug Zeman got hit by a car in the parking lot as a freshman as he was looking at a girl. It hurt.
Mike Zivnoska was in a rush to get to his next class when he ran out of the bathroom with his pants down.
Keith Baron, Eric Casiato, Terrance Chambers, Latisha Bray, Kevin Allen, Cory Cunningham, Jennifer
Frieden, Travis Gallon, Regina Graves, Carolyn Gudaitis, Melissa Hoppert, Maurice James, Mandy
Kaucic, Tim Mazurik, Hosea Mburu, Veronica Me Graw, Sedrick Morton, Katrina Murphy, Jessica
Nelson, Theresa Parey, Alisa Patterson, Carolina Pino, Rashida Range, Stephanie Schulz, Marquis Still,
and Gwen Wurm all had encounters with stairs of some sort again proving that more embarrassing moments
happen on stairs than anywhere else. || imbm
Almost every sport you want to play is at
Euclid. Whether you want it to be your
ticket to college or just something to do
everyday after school, at Euclid there is a sport for
you. It has sports for all levels: Varsity for the
experienced; Freshmen for the first time players,
and JV for everyone in between. Sports here gives
you the opportunity to be part of a team and meet
many new Mends.
Scott Trepal brings the bull down the field during a
boy's soccer match.
##k/ « V r lit JL..
Ursula Wein and Molly Petras enjoyed many happy moments running on
the girl's cross country team.
hris Biehl tries to get the ball into position so the team can score.
arry Brown, Dave Edmonds and Tom Soini protect Ramone
'alton-Terrell as he hands the ball off to Jason Watkins.
le football players have to put a lot of time in practicing for each
Football goes unbeaten in G.C.C. but loses first and last games to St. Ignatiu
The Euclid football season was one of
the wettest in recent history. Many
games were either played in
downpours or it had previously rained and
the field was sloppy. This didn't help
attendance but it didn't detract from the
outstanding season that the teams had. The
varsity opened with a 41-7 loss to St.
Ignatius but then rebounded by winning
their next nine games before losing again to
St. Ignatius in the first round of the playoffs.
They won the G.C.C. title by beating the
tough South Rebels in perhaps one of the
best and most suspenseful game in team
history. The Euclid football team had many
outstanding players. Delmar Stewart was all
state and was team MVP. Also getting all
state honors were Mike
ZivnoskaCoutstanding defensive lineman),
Mike Melnyk(outstanding offensive
lineman), and Albert Simpson. Others
were Scott Longazel, Monroe Hillsman,
Deleonte Brown, Sean Mc Laughllin,
Rashad Wilson, Rich Belanich, Jay
Kletecka and Tim Walters.
-John Schnell #42
Left: The players form a tunnel so that the startinj
team can be introduced.
Below: Coach Mike Rezzolla explains plays to
Rich Belanich, Howard Westerfield, Rashad
Wilson, Mike Melnyk, Amin HarviUe, Sean Mi
Laughlin, and Mike Valentine while the offense
is on the field.
Below left: Head coach, Tom Banc, sends in
plays while Michael Creer and Artis Powell looi
otball, Row one: Jack Lardomita, Coach, Pete Schwenke, Coach, Roy Pignatiello, Coach, Tom Banc, Coach, Mike Rezzola, Coach, Chet Nolan. . Row two: Jay
etecka, Derrick Grant, La Monte Foster, Keauntee Redfearn, John Mc Clain, Brian Beatty, Detric Wilson, John Morris. Row three: Coach Mike Sheck, Rashad
ilson, Sam Robinson, Mike Zivnoska, Rich Belanich, Casey Carmichael, Andre Mc Michael, Monroe Milkman, Coach, T. J. Farkiwicz. Row four: Coach, Mike
rnauskas, Jim Swyt, Deleonte Brown, Shawn Mc Laughlin, Delmar Stewart, Mike Melnyk, Scott Longazel, Tim Walter, Mike Hughes, Coach, Tom Gibbons . Row
e: Katie Baioni, Larry Brown, Tom Soini, David Johnson, Steve Dawson, Amos Rennix III, Anthony Mc Carthy, Will Buchannon, Raymond Walton-Terrell,
■nald Tyler Jr. Melissa Mc Peek. Row six: Becky Slogar, Dorian Goulde, Cordell Morris, James Cothran, Rick Glavan, Hassan Brown, John Schnell, Cedrick
rstarphen, Patrick Gutbrod, Rai Bush, Mike Higgins, Molly O'Brien. Row seven: Erin Vincente, Artis Powell, Tommy Virgis, Deshaun Lewis, John Behm, Shaun
ochak, Johnny Johnson, Sean Hodge, Howard Westerfield, Michael Creer, Mandy Mc Peek. Row eight: Wendy Case, Kevin Banks, Mike Valentine, Matthew
llessen, Amin Harville, Dave Edmonds, A. J. Simpson, Mike Belanich, Brandon Richardson, Donte Thomas, Terra Laurich.
Tony Fisher got injured early in the season and was
never able to be the running threat that he was supposed
to be. Hopefully he will be back to normal for the next
41 " gPU
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SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST I
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST
LEAGUE FINISH 1st
Tony Fisher checks on Monroe
Hillsman after he was hit hard.
The J.V. Football team recorded a 8-2
season. They had a tough but close
loss to St. Ignatius in the first game
but they then rolled until the last game
against the Brush Arcs when they were
upset 20-14. The J.V.s were a strong all-
around team outscoring their opponents
191-73. and recording five shutouts. Hassan
Brown and Tom Virgies were the main
offensive threats at tailback. Jason Watkins
was an explosive blocker and runner at
fullback. Tom Soini and Ramone Walton-
Terrell both did great jobs at quarterback
and the line made the holes and gave
protection. The defense was let by juniors
Dave Johnson, Kevin Banks and Lewis
Nunley. John Schnell and Dorian Gould
each had over 100 tackles. The defensive
line made the difference by shutting down
the play before it had a chance to develop.
-John Schnell #42
Junior Varsity has an excellent season and freshmen show promisi
Left: The offence gets ready to snap the ball.
Below: The J.V. team ready to begin a play in the
iman Football, Row one: Chris Moore, Matt Laurich, Derek Deas, Jason Green, Martel Griesmar.. Row two: Lakeith Thomas, Derek Williams, David Mitchell,
neth Flonnoy, Rafik Bandy, Coach Sam Santilli. Row three: Joe Granito, Ramon Collins, Brian Babyak, Antoine Goodwin, Jamon Taggert, Brandon Price. Rov
Eric Williams, Chad Henderson, Rahman Shavers, Mark Lucas, Scott Ortman, Reco Jolly. Row five: Van Monroe, Leon Smith, Quentin Murdock, Eddie
ell, Kenneth Estes, Not pictured, Coach Dennis Wendam.
>EASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 4
3.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 3
.EAGUE FINISH fourth
The center gets ready to
snap the ball for a punt in
Kevin Banks, Ron Tyler,
Cordell Morris, John
Schnell and Sean Hodge
get some last minute
instructions from Coach
Forkowicz during a lull in
Girl's tennis lacked experience
The Euclid Girl's Varsity and Junior
Varsity Tennis teams were at a
slight handicap this season due to
the inexperience of many of the players.
The varsity team ended with a 6-14
season overall, and a 2-8 record in the
G.C.C. The G.C.C. tournament left
Euclid in fifth place, with first doubles
team Maryann Oroz and Allison Hrovat
scoring points for the team with a third
place finish. The team looked forward to
the next season when many of the players
will have more experience.
Allison Metti going for the ball.
South . j^
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 9
G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 5
Girl's Tennis. Row one: Theresa Parey, Melissa Nagode, Katy Carmichael, Melissa Longo, Anna Paradzik
Row two: Coach Pete Swope, Laura Ross, Karen Hanson, Kristen Noss, Maryann Oroz, Coach Warman. R<
three: Allison Hrovat, Allison Metti, Karen Salisbury, Tracy Appling, Jennifer Grabinowski.
VARSITY GIRL'S TENNIS
St. Jos. Ac$|
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 14
G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 8
LEAGUE FINISH 5th
Allison Hrovat ready to return with a backhand.
Golf, Row one: Pat Grisez, Matt Flynt, Chris Mayle,
Brian Vidra, Kevin Grisez. Row two: Coach Bob
Ramlow, Josh Hammond, Dan Fitzpatrick, Tim
Goerndt, Jeff Zevnik. Row three: Brian Siedler, Nick
Salbridge, Brian Gecewich, Dale Stigamier.
Coach Bob Ramlow giving the team some points
before a match.
jolf team has best season ever
Maple Hts. 154
Maple Hts. 156
south 4Npr !fil
SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 2
G.C.C. RECORD WON 12
Kevin Evans practicing teeing off.
J. V. GOLF
SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 TD2 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 TIE 1
The 1996 Golf team this year had
one of its best years of all time.
The coach Bob Ramlow, thought
this was Euclid's best team ever. The
team consisted of seniors Bud White, ,
Nick Solberg, Kevin Evans, Brian
Gecewich and juniors, Brian Siedler,
and Dan Fitzpatrick. During the season
they shot a school record of 1 39, which is
1 under par as a team. They won the
G.C.C. conference by shooting 315 with
the next best score was 321 . The team
advanced to districts by shooting a 315
with an average of 78.75 at sectionals.
The MVP was Nick Sohlberg who
averaged 38.23. One great accomplish-
ment of the year was the defeat of 4 time
state champ, Gilmour. The team had a lot
of fun throughout the year while compil-
ing a record of 14-2. Next year should
also be a good one with 2 returning
starters and a good J. V. team.
Volleyball struggled through a frustrating seasoi
The 1996 Varsity Volleyball team
had a difficult season. The lady
panthers had a G.C.C. record of 3-
1 1 and an overall record of 4-13. This
year's team possessed a lot of talent, but
suffered from a lack of varsity experi-
ence. There were only two returning
lettermen. co-captain seniors, Angela
Suchy and junior, Amber Cogley. Other
seniors powering the team were Stacy
Lesefky, Kristin Samsa, and Annie
Feldkamp. This season was a learning
experience for all. However, next year's
team should show a lot of promise with
returning juniors, Stephanie Fox, Becky
Godec, and Chrissy Kovacevich, as well
as sophomores Tina Perie and Maria
Williams and freshman Tomeka Drake.
» WON 4 LOST 16
WON 3 LOST 11
Varsity Volleyball, Row one: Angela Suchy, Chrissy Kovacevich, Kristin Samsa, Stephanie Fox, Becky Go
Row two: Stacy Lesefky, Tina Peric, Amber Cogley, Maria Williams, Annie Feldkamp, Tomika Drake.
Coach. Wendy Sustin.
J. V. Volleyball. Row one: Amy Salupo, Shannon Setser. Row two: Julie Whitley, Melissa Brady, Nikki Sal
Shannon Ivancic. Row three: Coach Marcy Richards. Kristina Hatcher, Lisa Alkema, Alexandra Brinovec
Katie Mc Cluskey, Coach Wendy Sustin. Row lour: Tina Peric, Tomeka Jake, Lynne Stern, Erin Reilly,
Annie Feldkamp serving the ball before a game.
iman Volleyball, Row one: Gabrielle Kelly, Candace Longshaw, Gabrielle Plavcan, Coach, Pat Buck. Row
Shikira Jones, Aisha Howard, Leah Gardner. Row three: Kerry Jeric, Nicole Raia, Gina Gaglioni,
nie Mc Gee. Row four: Sara Pfahl, Julie Stobierski, Katie Magoni, Allyson Kumel, Abby Morris. Not
ared, Lindsay Mistalski
J. V. VOLLEYBALL
SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 5
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 5
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St. Joe Acdmy
SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 5
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 3
ky Godec and Chrissy Kovacevich practicing their serves during warmups.
Scott Trepal was able lo control many of his opponent
David Fulton being pressed hard into the mat.
Wrestlers just couldn't get it together
Wrestling, Row one: Brandon
Price, Scott Trepal, Anthony
Murphy, Nkrumah Pollard,
Michael Mc Donald. Row two:
Jason Green, Keauntee Redfearn,
Delanoe Harris, David Johnson,
Mike Doyle, Steve Dawson, Dave
Fulton. Row three: Katie Mc
Cluskey, Erin Vincente, Mike
Dominick, Anthony Mc Carthy,
Dominic Harris, John Schnell,
Maurice Jackson, Julianne
Whitley. Row four: Coach Douglas
High am, Kevin Carse, J.P. Kilroy,
Jewell Washington, Vic Matty, Jay
Glick, Shawn O'Brien, Coach Scott
Lakus, Coach Ed Caldwell. Row
Top Row: Mike Doyle, Anthony Mc Carthy and Jerome Foster wrestling against their
Middle Row: Dave D'Amico, John Davis and Kevin Carse working hard.
Left: Mike Dominick with the upper hand with his opponent.
Boy's Cross Country ends up in third placi
This year's Boy's Cross Country
team was really lacking in
numbers at the beginning of the
season but Coach Joe Rodruguez was
able to recruit many of his swimmers
and ended up with a much larger team
than Euclid has had in the past few
years. A transfer to another school at the
beginning of the season by one of the
members left the team without any
outstanding runners and the team went
through the season with a 5-4 overall
record. They finished with a 4-3 record
in the G.C.C. They had many good
races despite the weather which was
sloppy most of the time.
BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY
SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 4
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3
LEAGUE FINISH 3rd
Boy's Cross Country, Row one: Paul Glowacki, Coach. Joe Rodriguez, Jesse Scheider. Row two: Derek Stani
Jamel Anderson, Ryan Me Gill, Chad Lapp, John Sanderson. Row three: Mike Miklavcic, Mike Simenc,
Freddy Blatnik, Bryan Scheider, Todd Lapp, Chris Slagle.
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Upper left: Chad Lapp
and Todd Lapp working
their way around the
Above: Jesse Scheider,
Chris Slagle and Bryan
Scheider on the course at
the Chapin Forest.
Left: Mike Simenc, Derek
Stanic and Jamel
Lawrence pacing each
's Cross Country, Row one: Jennifer Emser, Erin Gady, Ursula Wein, Jill Smialek, Erin Kilkenney. Row
: Alexis Grubach, Carolyn Gudaitis, Bekka Borchert, Laurel Grundman, Coach Dick York.
rirl's finish third in the conference
The Girl's Cross Country team
finished the season with a 6-3
record and were 5-2 in the G.C.C.
Their G.C.C. record was a little bit better
than the previous year but they still
finished in third place. They finished
fourth out of eleven teams in the District
meet which was very similar to the
GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 3
G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 2
LEAGUE FINISH 3rd
lit. • .<■
HEShHk ' SBj
Above: Molly Petras didn't make
the team photo since she was not
LeftrErin Gady and Megan ^_
Osterma n were some of the better \ mA ^? = '
runners on the course.
Boy's basketball finishes season with almost
perfect record in G.C.C.
The 1996-97 Varsity Boy's Basketball
team closed it's G.C.C. season with a
win over Mayfield and only one
conference loss to finish the season with a
15-5 overall record and 13-1 in the confer-
ence. The Panthers were blessed with a
strong one-two combination of 6'-l 1" senior,
Lee Nosse and junior. Antoine Fisher who
both averaged 18 points per game. Lee
averaged 10 rebounds and three assists while
Antoine averaged 8 rebounds and four assists
per game. Seniors, Dave Banach, Petrus
Hawkins and Kevin Allen also had an
incredible season and contributed greatly to
the team. Juniors, Allen Slamic and Artis
Powell put in quality minutes, along with
sophomore, Emmanuel Smith who still has
two years to prove himself. Chris Gooden
split playing time between J. V. and Varsity.
The J.V. team finished the season with an
1 1 -9 overall record and had a great team
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Petrus Hawkins is under the basket making
VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL
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SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST 5
G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST 1
LEAGUE FINISH First
SEASON RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 9
G.C.C. RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 3
LEAGCE FINISH Second
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Dave Banach is under the basket making
one of his layups.
FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL
ON RECORD WON 15 LOST 5
RECORD WON 11 LOST 3
Big Lee Nosse goes up to take a shot.
en Slamic and Emmanuel Smith watch as Petrus Hawkins takes a shot at the basket.
toine Fisher goes up to take a shot while
vin Allen and Chris Gooden get ready to
Artis Powell goes in for a layup.
Antoine Fisher makes one of his high flying
layups while Raymone Jenkins waits for the
It's time to get introduce*
Varsity Boy's Basketball. Row one: Shannon Setser,
Jamie Benak. Row two: Robyn Ulle, Kevin Allen,
Antoine Fisher, Dave Banach. Taryn Laurich. Row
three: Coach Steve Marcu, Al Slamic, Vaughn Trapp,
Artis Powell, Fred Bush, Coach Doc Daugherty. Row
four: Ramone Jenkins, Petrus Hawkins, Lee Nosse,
Chris Gooden, Emmanuel Smith.
J.V. Boy's Basketball. Row one: Dorian Goulde,
Cordell Morris, Tommy Virgies, Hassan Brown,
Bob Butera, Brian Paige. Row two: Tom Soini,
Rafael Pacheco, Brandon Henderson, Ramone
Walton-Terrell, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row three:
Mike Slogar, Will Hicks, Brandon Richardson,
Brandon Ptack, Taunon Warren.
Freshman Boy's Basketball, Row one: Zarina
Haddon, Matt Simenc, Mark Lucas, Jason
Timmons, Raheme Jones, Melissa Mc Peek. Row
two:Tim Haneline, Jesse Knight, Clint Tucker, Al
Helcberger, Marcus Williams, Melvin Hill, Rahmen
Shavers. Row three Dan Pavlic, Mike Ulle, Brandon
Linton, Mike Suchy, Tino Jones, Robert Graves. Rot
four: Coach, Sean O'Toole, Derrick Tetlow, Johnny
Moses, Joe Granito, Quentin Murdock, Michael
Waddejl, Quinta Douglas.
to our basketball teams
Varsity Girl's Basketball. Row one: Charmaine Allen,
Shin-on Bell, Azizi Hutson, Carmekia Harris. Row
two: Coach Kletecka, Regina Smith, Chrissy
Kovacevich, Monica Martin, Laura Carse. Coach
Brasky. Row three: Coach Pat Vuyancih, Kristin
Kascak, Suzanne Lucas, Delvona Oliver, Maria
Williams, Veronica Mc Graw, Coach Sam Santilli.
The varsity girl's basketball team talks to their coach before the
J. V. Girl's Basketball. Row one: Azizi Hutson, Enisha Hawkins, Janelle
Colini. Row two: Anne Slusser, Kristyol Dominique, Chrissy Kovacevich,
Lanetta Huey. Row three: Coach Sam Santilli, Maria Williams, Ifiana
Lipo, Kristin Kascak.
Freshman Girl's Basketball, Row one:
Sara Pfahl, Tamika Drake, Lindsay
Fattori. Row two: Jessica Huenefeld,
Tatiana Webster, Bonnie Mc Ghee,
Candace Longshaw. Row three:
Laerica Patterson, Azizi Robertson,
Althea Jones, Coach Kletecka.
r I lhis year"s Lady Panther's Basketball
team could not repeat as conference
-1_ champs. They had a lot of talent but
just could not compete with the powerhouses
rf North and Mayfield. They finished with
an overall record of 13 and 7 and 10-4 in the
.C.C.. Next season they should have some
returning lettermen to help their efforts. The
team was coached by first-year coach and
eacher. Pat Vuyancih.
/eronica Mc Graw takes a shot from the outsid
VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL
SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST :
G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 4
LEAGUE FINISH Third
Delvonna Oliver shooting while Char
MASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 13
U.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 9
LEAGUE FINISH Fifth .
SHMAN GIRL'S BASKETBALL
WON 11 L<
.but girl's basketball failed to repeat as conference champs
ivon Bell shoots while Suzanne Lucas, Azizi Delvona Oliver looks for someone to pass the ball to.
tson and Maria Williams wait for their chance to
Boy's finish in last place
Varsity Boy's Soccer,
Row one: Heather
Scott, Ryan Rufo,
Ryan Heramb, Fran
Connelly. Row two:
Coach Mike Durbin,
Wes Crane, Chris
Biehl, Jim Swyt,
Scott Trepal, John
Wolchko, Coach. Rob
Heramb. Row three:
Matt Pikus, Dennis
Vitolo, Paul Solema,
Sean Fox. Row four:
Creig Heiss, Al
Zeman, Jason Waina,
J. V. Boy's Soccer. Row one: Mario Marusic, Eric Ryan. Row two: Kevin
Welsh, Dave Kilkenney. Row three: Coach, Jeff Jordan, Jeff Sierputowski, Pat
Dilalla, Tim Sacko, Greg Schonauer, T.J. Mc Michael. Row four: C.J. Koeth,
Andrew Walker, Frank Mastalski, Sean Nelson. Row five: Omid Tavakoli,
Brandon Ptak, Matt De Wine, Brian Lennon, Michael Verch.
The 1996 Boy's Soccer team was a
big disappointment after the
exceptional season they had the
previous year when they finished second
in the G.C.C.. They ended the season
with a 4-1 1-1 record and 3-8-1 in the
G.C.C. They were not able to get it
together and did not score many goals
throughout the season. The J.V. team
finished the season with an 8-3-5 record
and 7-1-4 in the G.C.C. so next year may
hold some promise.
W. Geauga 1
SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST
11 TIE 1
J.V. WON 8 LOST 3 TIE 5
G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 8 TIE 1
J.V. WON 7 LOST 1 TIE 4
LEAGUE FINISH 6th
LEAGUE FINISH 1st
Al Cvetovac waits for the pass from Rob Slade as he dribbles the ball down the
Jim Swyt working the ball around a defender while Al Cvetovac lends support.
>ity Girl's Soccer, Row one: Suzanne Lucas, Casey Mc Redmond. Row two:
dra Mowery, Katie Kolar. Row three: Coach Dale Hollingsworth, Jill
nsegar, Kristin Sacko, Erin Flynt, Nicole Hrdlicka, Coach, Mike Sustin.
' four: Jennifer Waina, Melissa Waina, Courtney Sharp, Maria Scott, Dana
ce, Dawn Merritt, Lisa Udovich, Wendy Barker, Alison Stahre, Katie
sbury, Katie Walker. Not pictured: Megan Ballinger.
| Girl's Soccer, Row one: Gina Prodan, Erin Ryan, Allison Mc Clain, Megan
Hanger, Liz Montague. Row two: Jenea Weems, Angela Indiano, Jilian
ovich, Jennifer Rinella, Coach Dale Hollingsworth. Row three: Mary Tisi,
icy Martarello, Jamie Benak, Abby Biehl, Row four: Susan King, Allison
:derick, Janelle Colini, Emily Freeh, Ricci Gaughan.
Girl's finish in first place
It was an exceptional year for the 1996-97 Girls Varsity Soccer
team. Not only did they gain their second straight G.C.C. title
they finished with a 12-4-2 record. The group for the first time
advanced to the district final to play a tough match against Mentor.
No one expected such an incredible finish at the beginning of the
season when injuries benched senior Jennifer Waina and Junior
Lisa Udovich. Through great teamwork and exceptional efforts of
defender Katie Walker, the team's MVP and goal keeper,
Suzanne Lucas the team had a successful season. Suzanne Lucas
and Katie Walker made Division I first team. Sandra Mowery
and Jennifer Waina made the second team and Jill Swansegar
and Nikki Hrdlicka got a Special Mention while Dawn Merritt,
Kristin Sacko, Kathy Blatnik and Courtney Sharp got Honor-
able Mention. The graduating seniors left a big hole that had to be
replaced in the future.
VARSITY GIRL'S SOCCER
J. V. GIRL'S SOCCER
SEASON RECORD WON i 2 LOST -
SEASON RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 4
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOS i
LEAGUE FINISH 1st
Jennifer Waina, Kristen Sacko and Katie Salisbury bringing
the ball down the field.
Mary Tisi goes down the field so sne can get tne Dan DacK to
Panther hockey team strugglec
The 1996-97 Euclid Panther Hockey team
had a tough season. The players played
good a times but were not able to convert
their efforts into goals and because of that
did not finish with a very good record. New
for this year were both coaches. Dick
Homovec and Frank Soltesz began
coaching the team in 1996-97.
Adam Godec getting ready to face off while Kevin
Graham stands ready.
Top Right: Matt Pikus and Mike Verch going for the
Above: Dennis Disbrow and Brian Zorman passing
the puck off to each other.
rian Zorman celebrating after having
scored a goal.
West/ Reser. Aca
Valley Forge 2 6
Lakewood 1 6
Syl. South. 2 3
Parma 4 12
Parma 8 3
Lake Cath. 1 5
Lake Cath. 2 10
Olmsted Falls 3 4
Olmsted Falls 4 3
Brooklyn 7 4
Normandy 2 4
Elyria Cath. 8 6
W. Reserve Acad. 6 1
Lakewood 5 4
Univ. School 1 3
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 15
Jim Duer looking back and waiting for the puck.
Hockey, Row one: Geoff Zevnik, Nick Tirabassi, Joe Trobenter, Matt Carroll, Doug Zeman, Brian Zorman, Adam Godec, Mike
Tirabassi. Row two: Coach Frank Soltesz, Jason Mc Cullough, Mike Verch. Kevin Graham, Matt Krutsch, Joe Colantonio, Jenny
Rys, Coach, Dick Homovec Row three: Jim Duer, Tom Heuer, Matt Pikus, Dennis Disbrow, Greg Schonauer, Tim Sacko.
Indoor Track prepares
The Indoor Track team again had a
successful season. 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. Bob Ramlow
and Tom Gibbons were the boy's coaches
while Pete Schwenke and Dick York were
the girl's coaches.
Boy's Indoor Track, Row one: Andre Mc Michael, Jamel Lawrence, Monroe Hillsman, Keauntee Redfern.
Paul Glowacki, Lamonte Foster, Andren Yancy, James Boyd, Nick Sohlberg. Row t\\ o: Ashley Powell,
Brandon Mc Kinney, Michael Bailey, Deleonte Brown, Al Simpson, Will Buchannon, Louis Nunley, Derej
Stanic. Cecil Elliot.. Row three: Coach Tom Gibbons, Greg Plain, Steve Modelski. Freddy Blatnik, Mike ^
Simenc, Coach, Bob Ramlow.
Above Left: Will Buchannon and Ashley Powell come around the corner and get the signal from Dick Yorl^
how many laps remaining.
Above: Members of the boy's track learn discussing which events they will be participating in with Pete
Left: Al Simpson gets ready to put the shot.
earn for the outdoor season
's Indoor Track, Row one. Allison Mc Clain. Valentine Little, Cynthia Morris, Jamie Taylor, Eboaie
eeler, Janelle Easter, Erin Gady, Alexis Grubach, Jill Smialek, Megan Osterman. Row two: Erin Flynt, Allison Mc Clam and Nicole Eslik ahead of the
nna Higgins, Donna Fuller, Karen Wade, Kandasha Glenn, Tracey Hicks, Creshanda Deramus, Holly opponents m their race.
lglas, Maima Gover, Chamika Jones, Ericka Gray, Diane Hutchins, Sherita Floyd. Row three: Coach Dick
k, Katie Walker, Maria Scott, Nicole Eslick, Dawn Merritt. Alisha Rennix, Jenea Weems, Rebecca
chert, Annie Wein. Arayanna Davis, Liz Montague, Coach Pete Schwenke,
about to land after her triple jump.
Erin Gady gets the baton from Megan Osterman in
one of the relay races.
Dawn Merritt and Tracey Hicks clearing the bar in
the high jump.
Both boy's and girl's swim teams have super seaso
The Boy's Swim Team had an exciting
season finishing as co-champions 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 7- 1 . The team had outstand-
ing performances from ail swimmers
throughout the year. Todd Lapp set a school
record in the 50 yd freestyle and the 200 yd
Freestyle Relay team of Rich Belanich, Mike
Miklavcic, Jason Waina and Todd Lapp set a
G.C.C., Pool and School record. The
Panthers could look forward to another
successful swim season next year.
Boy's Swimming, Row one: Mike Seilly. Chart Lapp. Row two: Paa-Kofi Obeng, Michael Miklavcic, Todd
app, Chris Mayle, Martin Tomsk. Row three: Coach, Joe Rodriguez, Jesse Sceider, Pat Dilalla, Dave
Kilkenney, Eric Ryan, Coach Martin Guzauskas. Ro'w four: Brian Scheider, Lou Lindic, Jason Waina, Ric
elanich, Chris Slagle.
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST
LEAGUE FINISH Co-Champs
G.C.C. Conference Meet 1 st place
Sectional Meet 3rd place
SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST
LEAGUE FINISH First
ilkenney and Lou I. indie and Lou Lindic and
: Ryan diving into the water and Pat Dililla doing
John Sanderson swimming in his eve
The biu 1 1' 1 t i ithe t i , ! im (earn
had another micc ful year by
finishing und t. tedinth GCC
and on), siti .. r <»i one I topi .'> rful
M nti FI« » 1 1 talent ( nbun, I with
hard work and outstanding coaching by Mrs
Joan Bash, gave the girls a fourth constat-
G.C C. title. The support the girls g;r
other and their dedication helped to
them an even belter team. The girls
M together and accomplished what they
set out to do at the beginning >i the se; son.
The remaining undet I s m h m< till th tl tfai
team had a good begi mi ig foi <'u m <> c at
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>iiik Rrislin I. muv>, Mkhiii^ ^'K'm t'-rin Ryan k. < : <r (' < h loan Kush. 1'alririd < irp<ii»if
ison I rcderick. I.nri Mitskavich, Cable /Hie. \ikolt Scliiffbaiir, Coach Martin
ri Mitskavich and Georgian Peric and Michelle
lson take off from the starting blocks at the
;tnning of their race.
Marianne Wilson, Patti Carpenter and Kirsten
Knauss during the swim meet against Maple Heights
where the giris wore clothes to slow themselves down
and also swam in events that were not their specialty.
They still beat Maple handily.
!heerleaders add spirit to football and basketball
rhe cheerleaders were the hard
working girls who led the cheer for
the football and basketball players
the field and on the court. The tried to
the fans involved in the games so the
yers would be inspired to do the best
y could. They went to every game and
cticed hard perfecting their routines.
Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one:
Kristin Samsa, Dana Vance, Denise La
Rich, Ebonic Lane, Monique Bateman. Row
two: Kelly Gavin, Melissa Hoppert, Christy
Peacock, Karen Lemieux, Matrika Johnson.
J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: Michelle
Heising. Row two: Natalie Beck, Amy Ficere Row
three: Leah Cherne, Abby Stanic, Vickie Mc
Freshman Basketball Cheerleadders, Row
one: Kelly Baylog, Nicole Samsa. Row
two: Angelyn Dcano, Dawn Brazis, Becky
Jenkins. Row three: Liz Skok, Allison
Amie Ficere, Jennifer Rys, Leah Cherne, Michelle Heising, Abby
Stanic, Natalie Beck and Regina Cadovec cheering on the J. V. team in
High school is much more than jus
learn about curriculum. There are many
other activities that the students can partici-
pate in both during and after the school day. Sports
are some of these things but there are also many
clubs and organizations that students can enjoy. If
there isn't an organization that students are interested
in they can get together and get an adviser and begin
their own club. The opportunities were limited only
by their minds.
Kelly Hiscott shows off some of the previous editions of the
Eucuyo at the Eucuyo meeting. Creative writing of Euclid students
are published in the annual issue of the magazine.
Members of Varsity Chorale sing the National Anthem and the
Alma Mater before a football game.
Ms. Diane Tizzano directs the band so that they can make their
Members of the Flag Corps add color and motion to football games.
isty Gecewich works hard trying to be as successful as she can as a
Barbara Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis are advisers for the A.F.S.
and have a good time meeting all the students from foreign
Marching Band members have to practice after school in order to get
" routines correct.
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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 16 with the Gospel Choir. They
also gave some day concerts.
Jazz Band. Row one: Jean De Wine,
Tim Day. Mike Zielinski, Tim
Zorman, Jenny Cicco, Ryan Farkas,
Brian Cocherell. Row two: Conduc-
tor. Diane Tizzano, Robert Latsch,
Amy Berea, Martin Tomsic,
Stephanie Di Biase, Beth Weinbre-
cht, Kirsten Knauss, Amy Weinbre-
cht. Row three: James Davies, Pat
Dilalla, Mike Rielly, Jeff Evans,
Jason Skok, Dave Kilkenney.
Martin Tomsic performing a solo during one of
the Jazz Band's concerts.
The Orchestra gave it's annual winter
concert on December 19, 1996. The
students practiced for many months to
perform their numbers so well. The Orches-
tra was directed by Mrs. Cathy Vetovetz.
Orchestra, Row one: Monique
Egleton, Karen Salisbury, Jackie
Young, Kirsten Knauss, Betsy
Gibbons, Jackie Montgomery. Row
two: Amber Sabel, Jennifer
Kosovich, Emily Baker, Allison
Abiecunas, Tomeka Drake,
Georgian Peric, Jennifer Poulos,
Kim Kosovich, Beth Weinbrecht,
Director, Mrs. Cathy Vetovetz. Row
three, Gilbert Taylor, Niki
Yannaras, Megan Ballinger, Mike
Lawrence, Chad Lapp, Paul
Glowacki, Katrina Murphy, Kelly
Wise, Julie Thompson, Stephanie
Di Biase. Row four: Mike Reilly,
Phillip Smith, Jennifer Emser,
Amanda Price, Katie Ross, Megan
Lipiec, Paula Rees, Lemuel
Gardner, Ryan Farkas, Nick Di
Biase, Dave Solema.
Chamber Orchestra, Row one:
Monique Egleton, Karen Salisbury,
Betsy Gibbons, Kirsten Knauss,
Jackie Young, Jacqueline
Montgomery. Row two: Emily
Baker, Jennifer Kosovich, Allison
Abiecunas, Tomeka Drake
Georgian Peric, Jennifer Poulos,
Davina Gage, Director Mrs. Cathy
Vetovetz. Row three, Amber Sable,
Niki Yannaras, Megan Ballinger,
Julie Thompson, Chad Lapp, Mike
Lawrence, Kim Kosovich, Paul
Glowacki, Katrina Murphy, Kelly
M. M.,1. VJjj)
Marching Band brings musical entertainment to football game
Marching Band was not all hard
work, it was also fun. What
was it that they did in March-
ing Band? They marched and when they
were not marching they were practicing.
When they weren't practicing during
rehearsal they were tossing anything
across the band floor, jamming with
others on different pieces of music or just
Marching Band, on average,
performed about 15-20 shows during the
season. That included all the football
games, festivals, parades and perfor-
mances for other schools. It took a lot of
work to get all the different instruments
and people together into a cohesive unit
and that was why Marching Band began
three weeks before school began for
everyone else. It took a lot of work to
write the shows, leam the music and
practice everything so it could be
performed in front of the halftime crowd.
Matt De Wine, Jeff Evans, and Dave Kilkenney performing in the rain during half time
rching Band, Row one: Frank De Luca, Brian Lennon, Vencott Palmer, Dave Giancola, Jamel Lawrence, Nick Di Biase, Dan Slepsky, Jenny Cicco, Michael
•ch, Latasha Gibbs, Terrance Chambers. Row two: Nick Tirabassi, Antonia Fiorelli, Beth Weinbrecht, Shawn Joyce, Nancy Miklowski, Ada Cunningham,
nifer Ess, Richard Landsmann, Katie Ross, Gabrielle Woods, Amanda Kane, Kathryn Streiff, Stephanie Fien, Karen Le Mieux, Marilyn Manson, Julie
jmpson. Matrika Johnson, Amanda Price, Paula Rees, Megan Lipiec. Row three: Jennifer Kosovich, Jean De Wine, Lemieul Gardner, Own Strodbeck, Chad
iderson, Brian Goscherell, Jeff Englebrecht, Jackie Polke, John Tomic, Michael Miklavcic, Tim Zorman, Ryan Mc Gill, Tim Day, Tim Jass, Melissa Medlen,
mn Holness, Jason Skok, Tina Miklavcic. Row four: Kim Kosovich, Jessica Scott, Mike Ray, Ryan Farkas, Martin Tomsic, Amy Weinbrecht, Amy Berea,.
by Beal, Pat Di I alia. Nick Hexan, Jeff Evans, Todd Lapp, Stephanie Di Biase, Jennifer Emser, Natalie Clemmons, David Kilkenney, Jonathan Gudaitis, Mike
lly, Lyle Steelman, Karen Hanson, Kristy Berkheimer. Row five: Christy Peacock, Mike Zielinski, G. G. Eoan, Michael Scott, Christy Gecewich. Row six:
ither Perusek, Michelle Wilson, Shannon Clark, Candi Ferguson, Liz Copic, Mo Porcen, Rachel Blevins, Shannon Glatz, Nicole Jackson, April Dworning,
nifer Barker, Monique Egleton, Gwen Stefanie, Ericka Dennis, Rachel Smiciklas, Lydia Urh, Tabitha Polachek, Vickie Yurich, Emily Dacar, Christa Urbin,
Flag Corp members, Heather Perusek and Tabitha Polachek and Marching Band member, Lyle
Steelman, playing the Alma Mater before the game.
Mario Shy, Mike Verch, Chris Trzcinski, Stacia
Ketchum, Rich Butera, Dan Slesky, Nick Di Biase,
Frank De Luca, Jamel Lawrence, Rob Walsh and
Brian Lennon doing a number together.
Flag Corps carries their flags around the fieh
Euclid's 1996-97 Flag Corps began
their season with a bang!. With
captains Heather Perusek and
Marissa Mukavetz the corps took on a
fun and challenging year. The Corps
consisted of a 21 girl squad that twirled
at all of Euclid's football games, various
parades, festivals and a competition.
When their 4 months of long, hard
dedication had come to a conclusion, it
was time to say their good byes to the
end of yet another great season. Every-
one was sad to see the seniors leave but
the underclassmen moved up to take
their places in the program.
Marissa Mukavetz performing her routine in the rain
during the Mentor game.
Flag Corps. Row one: Marissa Mukavetz, Heather Perusek. Row two: Khristin Urbin, Shannon Clark, Vicl
Urich, Tabitha Polachek, Emily Baker, Michelle Wilson. Row three: Liz Copic, Rachel Smiciklas, Ericka
Dennis. Mo Porcen, Eydia Urh. Candi Ferguson Row four: Shannon Glatz, Nicole Jackson, Jennifer Bark
lajorettes twirl their batons around the field
The 1996-97 Euclid Majorette Squad inarched their way
through another exciting season. Endurance, team work and
dedication were part of their routine. The squad was led on
the field by Feature Twirler and Captain, Junior Christy Peacock
and Junior Captain Kim Kosovich. Junior Christine Gecewich and
Sophomores Jessica Scott and Karen Hanson contributed to the
action of the season. New members Jenny Kosovich, Shana
Miklavcic and Kristy Berkheimer experienced the fun and
excitement of band season for the first time. From early summer
practices to the Cleveland Bicentennial Christmas Parade in
December, finding spare time was out of the question. "We had a
big squad this year." stated Christy Peacock. "I'm already looking
forward to next football season."*
>rettes. Row one: Kim Kosovich, Christy Peacock. Row two: Christy Gecewich, Jennifer Kosovich.
ser, Lisa Mc Cloud, Jessica Scott, Sheena Calic. Row three: Karen Hanson, Christy Berkheimer.
Christy Peacock twirling during the ceremonies.
Jennifer Kosovich performing with the band.
The Homecoming candidates walked through a line of
Flag Corps and Majorettes before the game.
Concert Band plays beautiful music together
The Concert Band was
directed by Ms. Diane
Tizzano and practiced
during the fourth period. They put
on their annual winter concert on
January 21 in conjunction with the
Hilcrest Concert Band and also
participated in musical activities
throughout the year.
Concert Band, Row one: Jennifer Emser, April Woods, Beth Streiff, Megan Lipiec, Matrika Johnson, Katie Ross,
Amanda Price, Shawn Joyce, Jenny Cicco, Antonina Fiorelli. Row two: Director Ralph Hays and Diane Tizzano,
Erica Witten, Jackie Poulos, Paula Rees, Ada Cunningham, Nanci Miklowski, Amey Griffin, Mike Tarabassi, An
Berea, Amy Weinbrecht. Row three: Rich Landsmann, James Roth, Melisa Medlen, Jeff Evans, Jennifer Rys, Mil
Sacks, Beth Weinbrecht, Pat Dilalla, Matt De Wine, Stephanie Di Biase, Abby Biehl. Row four: Chad Emmerson,
Owen Strodbeck, Shaun Holness, Sean Nelson, Mike Reilly, James Davies, Tim Zorman, Vinnie Palmer. Row five
Nick Tirabassi, Geoff Englebrecht, Nekruma Pollard, Tim Day, Dave Kilkenney, Michael Miklavcic, Ryan Mc Gi
Mike Zielinski, Mario Shy. Row six: Lemuel Gardner, Emily Freeh, Brian Cocherell, Jason Skok, Jean De Wine,
Karen Lemieux, Dave Tisi, Martin Tomsic, Jonathan Gudaitis. Row seven: Matthew Hiscott, Reggie George, Dav>
Giancola, Brian Lennon, Mike Ray, Ryan Farkas, Stacia Ketchum, Rob Walsh, Robert Latsch. Row eight: Michai
Verch, Jamel Lawrence, Steve Gag, Chris Trzcinski, Dave Solema, Dan Slepsky.
John Hoinski shows how he can hold up Colette
Sarns-Gaunt during a Varsity chorale number.
Brian Cocherell and Amy Weinbrecht getting ready
for their performance.
Hillcrest Concert Band, Row one: Glenn Kastner, Charles Altman, Jacob Shtull, Rick Quellmalz, Al
Benjamin, Samuel Cantor, Louise Feld, Paul Lawrence. Row two: Idele Benjamin, Dotty Lippitt, Anne
Giaimo, Bill Hronek, Dave Zavesky, Bernie Falkner, Joe De Meyer, Andy Veres. Row three: Lois Lelanc
Steven Matty, Benjamin Szuhay, Allison Griffith, Ann Droste, Ethel Epstein, Julie Stern, Peter Copped
Harry Golub. Row four: David Morse, Gladys Smith, Kathleen Lawrence, Brent Gardner, Louis Huml,
Schwartz, Henry Strater, Dom Rainone, Ed Brobeck. Row five: George Letcher, Donna Nycum, Oliver
Haas, Trish Gardner, Tony Melfi, Edie Deko, Martha Custer, Elvira Flynn, Pat Iosue, Joe Trzcinski. R
six: Happ Richards, Ray Blaha, Ernie Miller, Bonnie Svetlik, Frank Gerlak, John Fairman, Ken Rahn,
David Snyder, John Ochi, Eric Glende.
arsity Chorale puts on a show for the audience
The Varsity Chorale was a group of
musically talented students who
sang and danced at performances
throughout the year. They were directed
by Bea Grushcow and Ken Ferlito and
participated in many shows so they
developed into a close knit group. One of
their concerts was with the Choraliers
and Choral Masters and Orchestra on
ity Chorale, Row one: Natalie Mc Gill, Katie Walker, Carolyn Klocker, Chris Slagle, Jessica
irickson, Ebonie Lane, Gilbert Taylor. Row two: Scott Lawrence, Crystal Jamerson, Colette Sams-
it, Katie Baioni, Jodi Dominick. Row three: Andre Mc Michael, Chris Mayle, Creig Sulecki, Dave
icola, Jason Watkins, John Hoinski.
irsity Chorale girls and boys dancing to the music
Scott Lawrence, Craig Sulecki, Jessie Hendrickson,
Crystal Jamerson, Katie Baioni and Vicky Yarish
singing together before the Winter Concert.
Above: Scott Lawrence, John Hoinski, Dave Giancola, Natalie Mc Gill and
Jennifer Grabinowski singing with Bea Gruscow on the piano.
Left: Chris Mayle, Jessica Hendrickson, Creig Sulecki and John
Hoinski getting ready for their performance.
The Choral Masters
gave their annual
winter concert on Decem-
ber 1 9 after practicing
throughout the fall. It
gave the students a chance
to show their abilities to
their neighbors and
Choraliers. Row one: Stephanie Hughes, Nicole Samsa, Brandy Lesko, Amey Griffin,.Laurel Kuhen, Law
Hanley, Director. Ms. Diane Tizzano. Row two: Kristin Clark, Rajenzo Kazen, Liz Montague, Sherita Ca
Katie Blazetic, Jannifer Koller, Melissa Niemann, Marcie Petri.
Choral Masters, Row one: Satasha Sawyer, Russell Howard, Hassan Scott, Randolph Deramus, Bethany F
Krista Shaw. Row two: Jamie Comer, Megan Osterman, Sarah Keller, Liz Copic, Shiho Ioki, Michelle H
Anita Taylor. Row three: Vicki Yarish, Jennifer Grabinowski, Sarah Kenny, Maria Negolfka, Katie Colli
Jennifer Davies, Krista Clark. Row lour: John Smarsh, Jason Short, Jennifer Baker, Antoine Goodwin,
Kristin Goodwin, Wayne Arndt, Stephanie Kazar.
Top left: Anita Taylor, Jennifer Barber, Liz Copic, Sarah Keller, Jennifer Grabianowski and Natalie Mc
practicing befor the concert.
Choraliers practicing with Diane Tizzano.
Vicki Yarish, Chris Slagle, Megan Osterman Shiho Ioki and Stephanie Kazar waiting for their turn to perf
The Voices of New
Life Gospel Choir
gave a concert with
the Jazz Band on Decem-
ber 16. It was directed by
Mr. Clifford Beasley.
:es of New Life, Row one: Vernadette White, Bridgette Cofield, Robyn Guildersleeve, Charmayne
d, Antoine Goodwin, Shayla Smith, Janelle Easter, Monique Largess. Row two: Tiyona Fort,
ny Wheeler, Alicia Renix, Donna Fuller, Sarah Kenny, Russell Howard, Michelle Hess, Chanita
Is. Row three: Ariana Davis, Letitia Burnley, Denise Poindexter, Rokita Riddle, Janiece Thompson,
•ance Moore, Jacqueline Montgomery, Frank Lewis, Crystal Jamerson, Siobhan Sanders, Tristen
I. Row four: Clifton Beasley, Tiffany Anderson, Mikail Snaders, Eabonie Harrington, Vennie
ner, Tiffaney Ivey, Chrissy Green, Autumn Duckworth, Rashan Tisdale. Not pictured. Faith
Students practicing before a concert.
:tball Pep bBand, Row one: Jennifer Emser, Jenny Cicco, Brian Lennon, Heather Perusek, Dave Solema,
y Yarish, Kristy Berkheimer. Row two: Dave Tisi, Mike Ray, Reggie George, Vinnie Palmer. Row three:
non Glatz, Rachel Smicklas, Rob Latsch, Tim Day, Jason Skok, Ryan Farkas, James Davies, Nicole
son, Jenny Barber, Monique Eggleton.
Wendy Barker, Kristy Berkheimer and Heather
Perusek cheering at a basketball game.
Voices of New Life
The Euclid chapter of the Naval Junior
Reserve Officers Training Corps
program entered it's third year in 1996-
97. It gave students a chance to learn
about the military and learn a lot about
themselves. They participated in pro-
grams within the school such as being
guides during Parent Teacher Confer-
ences and color guards during football
and basketball games. They also went on
trips to other schools and organizations
and competitions with other groups. The
program enabled them to advance when
they enrolled in college and be able to
secure funds for further education.
Public Affairs Officer. Valerie Van Ho. talks to the
audience during inspection while Leslie Hammes and
William Gray look on.
The 2nd Platoon under the direction
of Chief Petty Officer Jonathan
Johnson during inspeciton.
f JROTC program helps students get involved in the armed services
TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS
D.E.C.A. helps students learn about the business work
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 advisor for the
club which was designed for juniors and
seniors who were interested in a career in
keting and management. In their
or year, the students attended classes
d 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 remain
der 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 teh local, state and national
level in areas related to their career
Pari of the D.E.C.A. program is competition with other
schools. Here are Vanessa Gallman, Terrance
Maddox and Dana Barbish showing oft the certifi-
cates that they won in competition with other schools in
An Association of Marketing Students
EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL
Senior D. E. Class: Adam Codec, Angel Mc Creary, Julie Robson, Nicole Hrdlicka. Mark 1
Fogarty, Dana Vance, Tim Walter.
UCU" Hl r «. SC^0L
Junior D. E. Class. Row one: Michael Creer, Clifton Bunion. Robyn Ulle, Barry Hill, Hanislia Hall, Keisha,
Johnson. Anthony Laws, Courtney Strah. Row two: Destiny Harris, Vanessa Cullman. Monique Fofanah,;
Jim Grinstead, Stephanie Fox, Jamie Cole, Shaun Cummings, Terrance Maddox. Erin Morrison, Dana i
Barbish, Molly Q;Brien, Jason Short, Julie Robson, Tim Walter.
Julie Robson and Nicole Hrdlicka doing their work in
Dana Vance and Tim Fogarty le
rning about ntnni
[ey Club is a national service organization
Club aggresively recruits new members. Here are Natalie Mc Gill, Dan Seifried and Paula Rees trying to get
interested in Key Club on their first day of school.
Seifried, Nick Solema and Melissa Novinc get ready to begin a meeting while Dan Bergolc, Scott
rence, Brenda Mover, Stephanie Di Biase and Gilbert Taylor get in their seats.
Key Club was an international service
organization in which members
learned the true meaning of the word
service. It's purpose was to of service to the
school and the community. They collected
food and money for needy families, and
sponsored many worthwhile activities. Mr.
Allen Black was its adviser.
Tina Amigoni, Melissa Novinc and Lindsey
Mastalski compare notes before a meeting while Mike
Seifried and Brenda Moyer get ready to learn what the
club will be doing in the future.
e Seifried, Melissa Novinc, Dan Seifried, Danny Fonovic and Nick Solema waiting for the meeting to begin.
Ski Club make*
The winter passed more quickly if you
were a skier. Instead of dreading the
snow skiers actually looked forward
to it. The winter of 1996-97 really began
hard when an early storm closed schools for
four days in early November but then didn't
have much of a winter throughout December
and January. January had very little snow but
it was cold enough for the ski areas to make
enough snow for the Ski Club to enjoy their
sessions. January weather was fluky with
very cold days followed by warm conditions
with rain. Skiing was a fun activity and the
school program gave the 65 students in Ski
Club a chance to experience it for a rela-
tively low price.One new thing this year was
going to Brandywine Ski Area where more
than 20% of the members were able to
snowboard instead of just skiing.
Right: Becky Hren,
Courtney Sharp, Rich
Dotson and Ryan
Heramb getting their skis
from the rental room.
ar Right: Bud White,
i-lissa Waina. Mark
Browne and Scott
Lawrence have their own
skis so they are ready to
ski when thev set there.
Lower Right: Pat Dilalla,
Ryan Maloney, Becky
Hren, Emily Freeh,
Arnold and Kristin
Sacko are ready to get out
on the slopes and enjoy
the fun of skiing.
linic aides help out if a student is siek
Kelly Kontra and Katy
Kunsman help Jesse Huenefeld
while Zinal Patel looks on.
Health Aide. Mrs. Micky Segulin
shows Pandora Dana how to LaVonna Gonzales and Jennifer Williams measure the height and weight
take Chris Gooden's blood forRichad Davis and Isis Guy.
Seience Olympics enables Euclid
students to compete with other schools
Amey Griffin, Allison Metti. Karen Salisbury, Mark Frederick, Karen Hanson, Mike Zdanowitz and Steve
Yannaras getting information for the events in the science Olympics which are held in February and is a science
competition between many Cleveland area schools.
Clinic Aides/Science Olympics \ 103
A.F.S. 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.
Katie Walker, Bud White, Nick Sohlberg, Liz Montague, Jess Mc Laughlin, Jessica D'Apice, Amanda Da'
and Adviser. Mrs Barbara Ramlow discussing how things arc different between the United States and Finland'
where Nick calls home.
.A.V.E. helps students learn how to get along with the environment
V.E. adviser. Mrs. Christine Torrelli. passes out inforniaiion about recycling to Molly Petras, Shamuire Spivey and Erin Patterson learn about conservation at a
ie Baioni and Amber La Fountaine.
S. A.V.E. meeting.
Students Against Violating the Envi
ronrnent CS.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.
:y Carmichael, Allison Hrovat and Karen Salisbury trying to think of ways
elp their environment.
Above: Amber La Fountaine fills out some information while Chris
Torrelli and Molly Petras look on.
Left: Katie Baioni, Katy Carmichael and Carolyn Klocker want to learn
|! about conservation.
Drill team formed to present show during basketball half times
The Euclid High School Drill team was
revived in 1995 by six students who wished
to increase school spirit and become active
in public service. This year, the team
continued that legacy by creating school
spirit and increasing attendance at various
athletic events. The group performed at Ca
Western Reserve University and various
school functions, and helped serve the
homeless during Thanksgiving. This multi-
cultural group boasted high academic and
performance standards as well as a spirit of
camaraderie and sisterhood. Alicia Renix
was Captain and Denise Poindexter was Co
Adviser. Markrta Fuller, lalking to the members of
the Drill Team about what to expect. The Drl " Team Performed at half-time during one of the boys basketball games.
Vai Napolo puts on
nnual swim show in the sprin
Napolo: Katy Blazetic, Dana Majer, Erica Scaparotti, Erin Herzberg, Amanda Price, Paula Rees, Lynn
«, Lisa Basalla, Jennifer Emser, Rachel Smicklas. Advisers. Heather Koczur and Lisa Kurlander.
Wai Napolo was a group of girls
who enjoyed swimming together.
Synchronized swimming has
become a more popular event after it was
accepted as an official sport in the Olympics
and after the American Synchronized
Swimming team took a gold medal in the
1996 Summer Olympics. Wai Napolo put on
their annual swim show in the spring. Mrs.
Heather Koczur was the adviser for the
group and Ms. Lisa Kurlander was a new
assistant for the 1996-97 year.
Lisa Basalla, Amanda Price, Katie Blazetic. Rachel
Smicklas, Jessica Scott and Jenni Emser practice a
formation in preparation for their swim show.
le Stern, Erin Herzberg, Erica Scaparotti, Katie Blazetic, Dana
jr, Amanda Price, Rachel Smicklas, Jenni Emser, and Katie
etic watch Heather Koczur and Lisa Kurlander help Lisa Basalla
tain her form underwater.
Jessica Scott, Lisa Basalla, Lynne Stern, Amanda Price, Jenni Emser, Erin
Herzberg, Katie Blazetic, Rachel Smicklas, Dana Majer and Erica Scaporetti
looking forward to a successful swim show. Wai NaDolo
Students had a fun time swinging to the music
Approximately 200 couples attended
this year's Winterfest Ball which
was held on Saturday. February
22.1997. The colors of the dance were red.
black and silver. To go along with the theme
''A Night on the Towne". student council
decorated the ballroom in top hats, city
landscaped, stars, moons, and plenty of
balloons. Voting for the Winterfest Court
was done at the dance by those couples
attending rather than everyone voting in
homeroom. Kevin Evans and Katie Baioni
were crowned King and Queen. Senior
attendants included Natalie Mc Gill, Kelly
Hiscott, Elizabeth Kulcsar and Mark
Browne. The dance was a great success and
would be remembered by everyone who
Jessica D'Apice, Lee Nosse, Tom Setser and Becky
Boos had a good time at the dance.
Lett: Katie Baioni. and Kevin Eva
were voted Winterfest Queen and
Above: Kelly Hiscott, Elizabeth 1
Kulcsar and Natalie Mc Gill wers
Senior Attendants at Winterfest. I
Kevin Taksar, Melissa Waina, Sandra Mowery and
Kenny Mitsavich enjoyed themselves at the dance.
ve: Students voted for Winterfest Queen and court at the dance. Principal.
ert Knuth, and Unit Principal, Michelle Ayers supervised the voting.
: Students waiting in line to have their pictures taken.
Leah Cherne and Creig
Sulecki looked nice at the
The Audio Visual Club was the life of
the school. All of the movies, copies
and other equipment were all pro-
vided by that club. Under the direction of
adviser, Allen Black, the members produced
the morning announcements as well as all
technical portions of assemblies, programs
and plays. Members were trained to use
cameras, stage lights and sound systems. The
club was responsible for delivering AV
equipment, fixing copy machines and acting
as an overall service to teachers and students.
Broadcasting the school's news was the duty
of the P. A. Announcers. Every day. specific
students were assigned to arrive at school by
7:25 a.m. in order to prepare. Airing live, the
announcers informed and updated the school
on current events, sports, and other activities.
Paul Solema, Brian Arendt and Dan Bergolc
operating the audio controls for one of the assemblii
held in the Auditorium.
Above: Mr. Allen Black and Dan Bergolc working the
controls to get the morning announcements on the air.
Above Right: Allen Black, Hosea Mburu and Dan
Bergolc controlling the audio and video for an
assembly taking place in the auditorium and being
transmitted to the homerooms.
Right: Morning announcers, Jill Swansegar and Casey
Mc Redmond, transmitting the day's events to the
Media Aides/P.A. Announcers
ir. Betsy Gibbons, Ms been involved with ballet for many years and is a student of the School of Cleveland
i. During December of 1996. she danced in the Cleveland Ballet's presentation of The Nutcracker and went
id to help less fortunate people in association with the event. She is the second from the right in the picture.
of Jason VVaina's favorite activities is mountain biking through the trails in wooded regions of the state. He
raveled to different parts of Ohio to participate in riding events. He is also an avid downhill skier.
Many Euclid students
were involved in activi-
ties outside of the
Sophomore, Wendy Barker, has been interested in
gymnastics for the past seven years. The problem was
that Euclid hasn't had a gymnastics team since the
I970's. Wendy wanted to compete for the school so she
petitioned Columbus to allow her to compete as an
independent. She has competed at Mayfield. Lakewood
and Solon and is allowed to get an independent score.
Her best scores so far have been second places in
Beam, Floor and All-around events. She enjoys being
with the other girls at the other schools and says that all
the competitors are very friendly with her. She hopes to
continue into college although she did not start as early
as most serious competitors have. "I hope to continue
but gymnastics takes a too on your body and you can't
do it forever". So far she seems to be doing a very good
: Edmonds enjoys working on his car so he can
make it more reliable and learn about auto repair in the
The Survey brings the news of the school to the studen
Ihe Survey was the school's newspa
per which came out several times
throughout the year. The paper
reported on events 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.
Survey, Row one: Mary Oroz, Starla Mc Creary, Susan King, Megan Novinc, Karen Salisbury, Jim Jano
Row two: Mike Lawrence, Dan Seifried, Tom Feldkamp. Row three: Chris Mayle, Anthony Castrovince,
Eddie Markus. Row four: Karen Lemieux, Marissa Mukavetz, Nikki Sams, Melissa Novinc, Karen Hansi
Nikki Y'annaras, Ursula Wein. Row five: Adviser. Stan Bender, Pak-kofi Obeng, Nick Cyganski. Row six:
Rayshaun Fuller, Ramel Howard, Bryan Conyers, Devon Voll.
Karen Salisbury and Susan King discuss with the
other members what they will be doing for the
Survey staff members getting their assignments from the editors at a meeting
Dan Bergolc and Becky Hren discuss how they will enter the layouts into the comput
he 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
1996-97 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 1996-97. 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 throughout their lives.
Lori Mitskavich and Courtney Strah arranging senior
pictures on the pages and entering names into the
Nikki Leasure, Nikki Kolich and Karenina Jeffries
and Courtney Strah and Paa-Kofi Obeng arranging
pictures to make up a collage.
Courtney Valentine and Mandy Mc Peek and Paa-
Kofi Obeng recording information from polls that were
given to the seniors.
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 store:
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 alst
saving for their schooling after high school. A poll was taken of the seniors and about
70% of them responded that they had a job which was very similar to the previous year's
results. A significant change was that the majority of the students this year were working
20-29 hours per week instead of last years 10-20 hours per week.
Sun-Shine Hyle working in the produce Top left: Karenina Jeffries makes some sandwiches at the 200th street Convenient,
section of 200th street Convenient.
Top right: Denise La Riccia will be happy to ring up your sale.
Above: Megan Novinc is learning accounting skills at Quintex, Inc.
Katie Sierpotowski and Jamie Greskowiak
ly sell the sweet stuff at Wojtila's Bakery.
ive: Dana Barbish is happy to get your food at
Top: Melissa Novinc and Angel Mc Creary are learning how an office operates.
Middle: Carolyn Klocker, Melissa Novinc, Megan Novinc and Angel Mc Creary learn and earn
Above: Katie Sierpotowski and Annie Feldkamp and Jobs
Jamie Greskowiak learning about the bakery business.
On Thursday, October 31. 1996 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. It was a cold
but dry evening so many young children
went out in the city for halloween.
Many Euclid stu
Mark Browne, Mike Swyt and Doug Zeman and Kristina
Brewer and Maggie Keller dressed for the occasion.
Left: Josh Weidensall, Amy Weinbrccht, Tracy Martorello, Marianne Wilson, Gina
Prodan, Tina Cadovec, Annie Feldkamp and Jamie Greskowiak.
Top Left: Mrs. Roberta Gibbons, Melissa Novinc and Katie Salisbury.
Above: Darrius Durr, Allison Hrovat and Erin Patterson control refreshments at the
Student Council Halloween Party.
Betsy Gibbons, Landon Proctor, Jill Swansegar, Lisa Udovich, Erin Gady,
Courtney Sharp and Bryan Arendt.
Emily Freeh, Becky Hren, Allison Hrovat, Patti Carpenter and
Brinovec, Josh Weidensall, Brad Hodge, Kelly Hiscott and Nikki
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. Katie Walker was the
President and Becky Hren, Katie Salisbury
and Scott Lawrence were other officers.
Ms. Lisa Howell was the new adviser for the
1996-97 school year
N.H.S., Row one: Scott Lawrence, Katie Salisbury, Becky Hren, Katie Walker Row two: Starla Mc Crearj
Vanessa Gallman, Donte Goodwin, Antonina Fiorelli, Jenny Cicco, Marissa Mukavetz, Kati Kunsman,
Katrina Murphy, Matrika Johnson, Colvey Martin, Ann Feldkamp, Colette Sarns-Gaunt, Lizzy Domin,
Jackie Sas, John Morris. Row three: Jamie Cole, Jamel Lawrence, Paul Glowacki, Amber Sable, Jill
Swansegar, Pat Dillala, Lauren Arnold, Steve Yannaras, Kristina Brewer, Zinal Patel, Christy Fulton, t
Karen Lemieux, Kim Kosovich, Beth Weinbrecht, Stephanie Di Biase, Elizabeth Kulcsar. Kristin Sacko.
Kelly Hiscott, Carissa Moon, Theresa Parey, Jacqueline Tran. Row four: Patrick Doehring. Erin Patterso
Betsy Gibbons, Martin Tomsic, Monica Povirk, Lashanda Washington, Mike Kulcsar, Carolyn Gudaitis,
Dan Bergolc, Todd Lapp, Jay Kletecka, Jennifer Waina, Jodi Dominick, Erin Vincente, Marianne Wilson
Brian Gecewich, Katie Ross. Row Five: Nick Solema, David Tisi, Allison Hrovat, Shamuire Spivey, Lisa
Udovich, Allison Metti, Lori Mitskavich, Jason Waina, Darrius Durr, Alison Stahre, Bryan Scheider, Sin
Holness, Lou Lindic, Stacia Ketchum, Dave Banach, Bud White, Kevin Evans, Kate Bechtel, Nick Sohlbe
Paa-Kofi Obeng, Casey Carmichael.
£ucuyo publishes student's original works
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. Without the outside support, the
magazine would not have been nearly as
successful. Previous year's efforts won
awards for artistry and individual style. Due
to the increased costs for printing, the 1997
Eucuyo was not printed but instead was
published on an online message. The Eucuyo
had their own web site on the world wide
network. Anyone could enter their work, and
anyone could join. Mrs. Judy Stobinski was
the adviser for the group.
ler, Mrs Judy Stobinski, shows some older copies of the Eucuyo to members. Kelly Hiscott, Courtney
li, Melanie Mevers. Erin Patterson and Darrius Durr.
Eucuyo Editor. Kelly Hiscott discusses the plans for the current
with Mrs. Judy Stobinski during a meeting.
Cultural Club looks at other cultures
Annie Wein, Kelly
their meetings at
Adviser, Mrs. Ingrid Koenig. talks to
Melissa Mc Peek and Monica Povirk
about what they can expect at Cultural
Characters in the Fall Play tried to start a ne>
This year's Fall Play, "Tell Me That
You Love Me, Junie Moon." was
once again a success. It was
presented in the Little Theater on Novem-
ber 2 1-23, 1996. Under the direction of
first time director, Miss Tina Soltesz. the
cast delivered three nights of fantastic
performances. The cast included Colette
Sams-Gaunt as Junie Moon, Scott
Lawrence as Arthur, Dan Seifried as
Warren, Val Van Ho as Minnie, Gilbert
Taylor II as Goren, Jessica
Hendrickson as Miss Holt, Paula Rees
as Miss Oxford. Creig Sulecki as Dr.
Kirkland, Kirsten Knauss as Marilyn.
Katrina Murphy as Gregory, Jon
Hoinski as Sydney and Wayne Arndt as
Mario. Voices were Megan Lipiec, Mike
Lawrence and Nick Solemn.
Top: Dan Seifried, Paula
Sulecki, Colette Sarns-
Gaunt and Scott
Lawrence saying their
Left: Dan Seifried
thinking about all the
things that he is going to
do when he gets his own
Right: Dan Seifried,
Wayne Arndt and
Valerie Van Ho
discussing life at the new
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Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon cast, Row one: Scott Lawrence, Dan Seifried, Creig Sulecki, Jessica
hendrickson, Jon Hoinski, Mike Lawrence. Row two: Megan Lipiec, Kirsten Knauss, Katrina Murphy, Paula
Rees, Colette Sarns-Gaunt, Gilbert Taylor, Valerie Van Ho, Wayne Arndt, Miss Christina Soltesz. Row three:
Nick Solema, Jeremiah Switel, Jamie Jordan, Paul Solema, Brandon Bucar, Jeff Beck
Scott Lawrence thinking about his parents that he
Wayne Arndt is told by Jon Hoinski why he shouldn't
hire Scott Lawrence.
Colette Sarns-Gaunt thinking about how her life has
changed since she was disfigured.
Euclid's annual Holiday Play was
presented on December 11,12,13,
and 14 for the elementary schools
and for the rest of the school. "Kringle-
Krangle's Day of Dilemmas" was written
and directed by retired English teacher,
Ms. Judith Carmody. The play con-
cerned 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 holidays.
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Top left: Gilbert Taylor and Jon Hoinski discuss how
they can ruin the day for Santa Claus.
Left: Paula Rees, Liz Copic and Dan Seifried get
ready to put their cxlever plan into action.
Above: Abby Stanic and Wendy Barker engage in
their daily exercise.
Top: Elves. Wayne Arendt, Rachel Ackley, Julie
Stobierski, Megan Lipiec, Jean De Wine, Stephai
Kazar, Robert Latsch, Lydia Urh, Leah Cherne i
David Solema at their morning meeting.
Chris Slagle, Kristin Knauss, Patti Carpenter, Bi
Schneider. Jon Hoinski, Terry Kontra. and Julie
Stobierski posing with Santa Claus after the perfor-
fhe bad guys bring back the loose reindeer
eah Cherne, Creig Sulecki and Lydia Urfa
zing to figure out how to get the reindeer back.
g Sulecki and Nick Solema discuss the plans for
Wendy Barker, Abby Stanic, Matrika Johnson and
Katrina Murphy smile with delight.
Lydia Urh, Creig Sulecki and Leah Cherne chanting
"I know they could, I wish they would, Bring our
Student Council is the organization that gets things don
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 commu-
nity and many other valuable activities.
Student Council was sponsored by Mrs
Sandi Mc Redmond, Mrs. Marcia
Knaus and Mr. Brad Me Govern.
Maureen Porcen helped out with the Student Council
blood drive in the auditorium.
Terry Kontra, Jamie Greskowiak, Megan Osterman and Mark Browne with Rashad Wilson, Jamie Greskowiak and Annie Feldkamp collecting
Mike Zivnoska as Santa during Student Council's photo with Santa day. money during the Student Council Penny War.
Above left: Shannon
Glatz, Christy Peacock,
Rachel Smicklas and
working at the blood drive.
Above: Casey Mc
Redmond, Katie Walker,
Casey Carmichael, Nicole
Hrdlicka, Shane Moore,
John Morris and Pat
Grisez enjoying them-
selves at Student Council
Left: Jill Swansegar
entertains at the Student
Council Halloween Party
for the Euclid community
that was held in the E-
room on Halloween.
lent Council, Row one: Adviser, Brad Mc Govern, Rashad Wilson, Christy Peacock, Katie Baioni, Mark Browne.
/ two: Allison Hrovat, Erin Patterson, Courtney Strah, Lisa Udovich, Lori Mitskavich, Dan Bergolc, Annie
Ikamp, Jackie Tran, Jamie Greskowiak. Row three: Darrius Durr, Christy Fulton, Kristine Brewer, Zinal Patel,
-Kofi Obeng, Lakesha Taylor, Chanel Lockett, Russell Howard, Bud White. Row four: Katie Walker, Kelly
log, Allison Penko, Stephanie Hughes, Nate Dore, Angela Forgus, Cheryl Brewer, Maggie Keller, Zino Patel,
:e Pikovnik. Row five: John Morris, Shawn Mc Laughlin, Shannon Glass, Rachel Smicklas, Jenny Emser, Laurel
tndman, Jeff Evans, Katie Collins, Kevin Evans. Row six: Lizzy Domin, Jodi Dominick, Carolyn Klocker, Tim
arty, Lee Nosse, Ursula Wein, Amanda Price, Liz Skok, Erica Scaparotti, Rich Belanich.
Christy Peacock and Mr. Brad Mc
Govern discuss the agenda for the
Student Council meeting.
Office aides are a
call slips to
There were many jobs that had to be
done by the different offices at Euclid
High School and it was the Office
Aides who helped make those jobs manage-
able. The Office Aides gave up one or more
of their study halls so they could help the
secretaries in the different offices throughout
the school. They helped the staff with filing,
attendance reporting and running around the
halls to give messages to teachers and
students. They decorated the offices and
made them a more enjoyable place to be. The
school would not have run as smoothly
that the staff
Margaret Corcoran, Kelly Gavin, Gene
Hess, and Elizabeth Vevercic Lisa Taplin
and John Morris, April Dworning and
Michaelann Murphy, Becky Godec,
Amber Cogley and Stefanie Troha all help
Mrs. Joanne Hodder or other people in the
Stephanie Fox, Stacey Lesefsky and Kan
Baioni, Erin Vincenti and Erin Ryan, am
Maureen Pavicic help Mrs. Debra Lunka
and Mr. Robert Heramb.
appreciated by Poetry Club
ibers of Poetry Club enjoying reading and listening to poetry, Ms. Barbra Spiga, Ron Tiram, Rachel Ackley,
oline Kirbish and
The members of Poetry Club enjoyed
listening to good poetry. 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.
will be happy to
do some copying
Career Explorations is a program where
students get a chance to meet people from
the business comunity and see what differ-
ent types of jobs are like. Mrs. Marsha
Knaus is in charge of the program and Jodi
Dominick and Jamie Greskowiak are
participants in it.
with the filing
around the office.
Angel Mc Creary distributes mail. Jackie
Sas, Angela Grida and Erin Flynt and
Kevin Evans deliver call slips throughout the
school. Poetry Club
Lockers became more important tr
year since the rules were changei
so that students could not carry
book bags and back packs to their class!
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 whe
they were not being used. Many student
still decorated their lockers so that they
could show their individually.
Lockers are used for more than just storing stuf
Theresa Parey, Jessica Scott and Amanda Price and
Karen Lemieux are proud of the way they have
decorated their lockers.
Kathy Stobierski and Angela Grida use their locki
for showing off who they admire.
One of the most important parts
of any school were the employ
ees who made everything
happen. The staff consisted of teachers,
administrators, secretaries, paraprofes-
sionals, security guards, nurses,
librarians, cafeteria workers and
custodians without which Euclid would
not be the school that it was.
Students in Mrs. Barbara Ramlow's English class
know that she tries her hardest to enable them to
comprehend the information they need.
Ms. Diane Tizzarino wants every performance of the
Marching Band to be perfect even though it was raining
at the time.
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Ninth grade Unit Principal, Mr. Ben Pauquale. wo
hard to keep the students in his division headed in t
Attendance secretary, Mrs. Lorraine Jenkins, has
keep track of all the attendance at the high school a
when students come in tardy .
Brian Zorman and Shaun Holness work hard in the chemistry
laboratory since they know that the information they are learning will
help them in the future.
h grade Unit Principal, Mrs. Marilyn Foote, and security guard,
Pat Turk, discuss a problem in the cafeteria.
ents working hard at their computers trying to learn how to use a
Alex Dzerowicz tries to give his students a better understanding of
vorld around them.
Every school needs gopd leadershi
Sclroo] Board members: Barbara E. Kramer, Vice President. Carol De Wine,
President, Carol Bechtel, Kevin Flynt and Kay F. Van Ho.
Euclid School"sAdministration, Row one: John P. Fell, Assistant for Superintem
Patti Pedersen, Business Manager; Katie M. Shorter, Director of Human Re-
sources. Row two: Lowell B. Davis, Treasurer; Robert Knuth, Director of
Secondary Education; Kurt Stanic. Superintendent of Schools; Robert Mc
Laughlin, Director of Pupil Personnel.
For the first time in several
years the administrative offices
did not undergo any major
mnges in personnel. The same Unit
incipals were with their respective
ade levels. The counselors, how-
r er, were ch anged so that they were
ranged by alphabet alld rret-gfade________^
vels so a particular counselor had
I grade levels.
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school is a place to matur
their best to help
interest in their
\|vere a dedicated group of people that
their students achieve. Most had a gr<
and tried to convey its importanc
Mrs. Ellen Klein wants her students to appreciate the n^ed to understand how to use a computer in order to get
• good job.
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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
Tom Banc, Government,
Geopolitics, Current Issues, Head
Ethel Barbish, Security Aide
John Barcza. Science
Joyte^Barrett, Vocational Home
Stan Bender, /^RBiology,
Advanced Biology?9<h grade
Honors Biology, SurveyN&dviser,
Science Dept. Chairperson
Allen Black, A.V. Technicians
Key Club Adviser, A.V. Club
Dolores Black, English
Linda Brenkus, Guidance
Patricia Buck, Phys. Ed. Dept
Representative for girl' s sports,
Freshman Volleyball Coach.
Wendy Case, Sports Trainer
Angela Christopher, Main
John Copenhaver, Security
Carmen Colaianni, Custodian
Harold Daugherty, Health,
Head Basketball Coach
Kim Dixon, Mathematics,
and Algebra Connections
Proficiencyxfclath, Algebra II
rfchael Durbin, Technology
Coordinator, Boy's Varsity
Soccer Coach, Ham radio club
Alex Dzerowicz, Government,
Geo Politics, Current Issues
Reggie Echols, Industrial
Charlotte Elston, Principal's
Ken Ferlito, Varsity Chorale,
Chorale Masters and Big Show
Gale Flament, Art and
Dan Francetic, Planetarium,
Students at the Homecom-
ing assembly where the
candidates were intro-
Jane Fowler. Treasurer
Holly Freedman. Design.
Discover art. Art Dept. Chair.
Marquita Fuller, English
Barbara Gates. Vocational
Special Education Coordinator
Roberta Gibbons. French II.
Ed Greisl. Custodian
William Gray, Naval Science
II. III. Naval Science Depart-
ment Director, NJROTC Color
Guard, Drill Team, Academic
Bea Grushcow, Varsity
Chorale. Choral Masters, Bjj
Ralph HJfys. Assistant Director
drching Band and Concert
Robert Heramb. American
Govt. Economics, World
Cultures. Boy's Assistant
Varsity Soccer Coach, Boy's
Carolyn Heuer, American
Jo Ann Hodder. Counselor's
Dale Hollingsworth. Science
Dick Homovec. Physical
Lisa Howell, English I.
Beverly Howse, Vocational
Diane Iosue, Secretary.
Larry Isaacs. NJROTC
ink Jablonski. Sophomore
and Junior English.
Future Business Leaders
Lorraine Jenkins. Attendant
Kathleen Johnson, Foods I.
Joyce Katona, Supplemental
Services for Special Needs
Bill Kazen, Supervisor, I.S.S.
Dennis Kehn. Security
Jim Kelley, Honors U.S.
History.Social Studies Depart.
Ellen Klein. Typing 1. Word
Marsha Knauss. Career
Students enjoying themselves at
Euclid provides students with a
Jennifer David, Scott
Longazel and Amanda
Kelly know that the
classroom is the place to
learn when at school.
Sean Nelson, Allison
Metti, Terry Kontra,
Patti Carpenter, Brian
Spivey and Allison
Hrovat spend time in the
classroom between their
e Stobierski, Matt Koons, John Morris, Jim Grinstei d, Nicole Hrdlicka, Melissa Novince, Pat Grisez
ey Mc Redmond and Kate Bechtel had a lot of fun at 1 [omecoming.
la Rees, Erin Mc Mahon, John Morris, Tom Setser, . essica D'Apice, Bud White, Wayne Arendt and Mike
nyk enjoying their class.
Mark Browne, Katie Baioni and Kevin Evans
enjoyed their time between summers be participating i 1
Euclid's Homecoming dance.
Paula Langdon, Visual art
educator, Crafts, Discovering
Lisa Langford, Algebra I.
Leslie Lawrence, Mediator.
Betsy Leonetti, Spanish I and II.
Joan Linderman, Secretary
Ken Lowe, English, Film Arts
Margaret Lucas, Librarian,
Debra Lunka, Secretary
Marc Manburg, Accounting,
Adv. Accounting, Personal and
Business Law, Business Dept.
SteVeqL. Marcu, Current
Basketball CoSrsJi, Sprit Club
Diane Maroli, Social Sadies,
Freshman Softball Coach
Barbara Masseria, Social
Orlando Mason, Supervisor,
Allan Matko, OWA, Science,
Michelle Mc Garry, Physics
Kathleen Marsh, Library
Karen Mc Gill, Soph, and Jun.
Brad Mc Govern, General
Science, Physics. Student
Judy Mc Laughlin, Sophomore
English, Jun. Honors English,
Coordinator of NCTE Writing
Lisa Mc Leod, Proficiency
Math, Geometry, Majorette
Sandi Mc Redmond
Edie Melle/rfGommercial Art
Mary^fane Miceli, Gerneral
Raymond Montani, Voc.
Automotives I, II
Katie Morris, Biological
Vickie Nally, Algebra I,
Carole Niebes, English
Margaret Nielsen, Home Econ.
Dept. Chairperson, GRADS
Barbara Novae, Proficiency
Sean O'Toole, English
Marching Band members performing in a
line during a football game.
Joan Paskert, CBE and
Algebra II. Kids on the Block.
Katherine Pasquale Interven-
tion Specialist. Future Teachers
Catherine Payne, Librarian
Jo-Rita Perez. Mathematics
Deborah Petrick, Spanish I.
III.IV, Foreign Language Dept.
Robert Petrovic. English 1,
A.P. English, English Dept.
Roy Pignatiello. Math,
Personal Computers, Asst.
Sally Pla, French. Gerr
History, A.P. Ame^tfaii History
Barbara Ramlow, Jun.
English, AFS Adviser
Robert Ramlow, Health.
Physical Education Dept. Co-
Chairperson. Track Coach
Fran Ratka, Ninth Grade
Mike Rezzolla, Social Studies
Marcy Richards, Proficiency
Math, Algebra I. JV Volleyball
Joe Rodriguez, Physical
Education. Head Boy's Swim
Debbie Rudder, Foods 1
Joyce Russo. English
Sam Santilli. Typing,
Freshman Football.JV Girl's
Greg Sattler, OWE
Cheryl Schossraj^ Intervention
Fred Schroeder, Industrial
Dona Schulz. Health Aide
Pete Schwenke, Physical
Mickey Seguiin, Health Aide
Nick Selvaggio, Law Enforce-
Janet Severino. Occupational
Work Experience Coordinator
Mike Sheck, OWA Work
Adjustment. Asst. Football
Elaine Sheridan. Specific-
Members of [he foolball learn yet at
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Jim Simpson, Social Studies.
Robert Smith, Industrial Arts.
Tony Smith, Security.
Wayne Smith. Honors World
History, African Asian
Christina Soltesz, English. Fall
Frank Soltesz. Intro, to Phy.
and Chem., Biology and Envir.
Studies, Hockey and Track
Barbra Spiga. Peotry Club,
Peer Tutoring. English.
Veronica Stadler, Health.
Judy Stobiqski, English,
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David Stumpf, Math Connec-
tions, Math for Modern Living
Michael Sustin, Chemistry.
Lynette Tercek. Sedretary.
Diane Tizzano, Marching Band,
Concert Band, Jazz Band,
Carol Tkac, English.
Christina Torrelli, Biology,
S.A.V.E.. Science Olympics.
Alex Toth. Math Connections
Kimberly Tribby. Spanish.
Dennis Turkall, Math, Baseball
Pat Turk. Security.
Janet Ulle, Geometry and
Cindy Valencic, Attendag
Cathy Vetovitz, Qsdiestra
Bill Von.B^hken, Chemistry,
fearbook Adviser, Ski Club
Patrick Vuyancih, Current
Issues, Asian, African, Latina
Connie Warman, Athletic
Matt Wasylyk, English.
Dan Wensing, Proficiency Math,
Calculus, Persona] Computer.
Bertha Williams. Security.
Richard York, Science, English,
Flag Corp members dancing during half
Students spent three years as under
classmen at Euclid High School.
During that time they went from
being a new freshman who was in awe
with the size of the school to juniors who
were well versed in the operation of the
building. It was a growing up and learning
process that they all had to go through. It
was necessary to prepare them to become
Mrs. Jan Ulle tries to increase her student's awarenes
of the importance of mathematics.
Brian Zorman and Terry Kontra spend part of their
school life in the chemistry lab watching a test tube
Junior Band Director. Jenny Cicco. learns the
intracacies of directing the band so she can be the
senior band director next year.
Michael Valentine and Elishia Jackson are studyii
hard to understand about density.
Valerie Van Ho and Molly Petras use their time at Euclikd to further
their knowledge in preparation for life outside Euclid High School.
sten Kascak, Allen Slamic, Angela Grida and Monica Povirk
:essing some data on a computer.
;an Osterman and MaryannOroz enjoying their time at their
lents learn that making measurements is an important part of any
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Richard Adams II
Robert Ashdown III
The freshmen had an exciting year
and experienced many new things.
They would be the first class to
graduate from Euclid in the next millenium.
They went from being top-ranked middle
schoolers to novice high schoolers. Every-
thing around them was new-a high school
impossible to navigate, new teachers, 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, i
met new friends. Most managed to get pas
the toughest year of high school with a
smile, and are ready to help next year's
newcomers get into the now familiar routii
of high school.
Angela De Julius
Jean De Wine
Daniel Di Vincenzo
Thomas Di Vincenzo
Martin Kenny Jr
John Paul Kilroy
Jesse Knight IV
Carly La Bounty
Amber La Fountaine
Dennis Lo Conti
Gregg Mc Clain
James Mc Clave
Micah Mc Clough
Jason Mc Cullough
Bonnie Mc Gee
Ryan Mc Gill
Lemar Mc Kenzie Jr
Brandon Mc Kinney
Marie Mc Masters
Jeawnel Mc Narrin
George Mc Neezer
Melissa Mc Peek
Cory Mc Williams
Van Monroe III
Le Roy Pannell
Ernest Phillips Jr
Gregory Phillips Jr
Nkrumah Pollard II
De Onte Rucker
Eddie Spencer III
Top left: Freshmen in Mrs. Fran Ratka's science
class learning about what to expect on their first
day of school.
Above: Freshmen students learning about using the
vending machines in the cafeteria to get their lunch.
Left: Students can get hot items for lunch from the
Fred Taylor III
Ayo Femi Terrance
Ray Westbrooks Jr
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.
f y tip
Freddy Blatnik, Paul Glowacki and Mike Miklavcic
know the value of working hard and don't run just
during the cross country season.
Jason Watkins and Brandon Richarson and the rest
of the J V Football team know that hard work is the
only way to achieve anything.
The members of the Flag Corps worked hard aff the
field to prepare for the activities on the field.
John Copic and Kathy Stobierski know the advantages of working hard so they can accomplish as much as
possible with their lives.
La Shandra Anthony
Gi Bran Britt
Ronald Broughton Jr
Wesley Crane III
David D'Amico Jr
Stephen Dawson Jr
Franklin De Luca
Darrion De Ramus
Krishauna De Ramus
Nicholas Di Biase
Milton Franklin III
Michael Gates Jr
Gerald Headd II
Joseph Hefler IV
Wilbur Hicks Jr
::; Anita Kochevar
Harry La Fountaine
Bobby Larkin Jr
Greater maturity leads to greater accomplishment
Erin Flynt helped out Megan
Ballanger who was sophomore
attendant on Homecoming
Karen Salisbury helped the
Girl's Tennis team throughout
Molly Petras helped the Girl's
Cross Country team at Chapin
Sophomores know more about the school
Anthony Mc Carthy
Kathleen Mc Cluskey
La Mar Mc Kinney
Anthony Mc Michael Jr
Victoria Mc Namara
Jimmy Miller Jr
Mary Beth Noll
Calvin Parker Jr
John Sanderson Jr
Emeri Scott II
M Shannon Setser
Michael Theil Jr
LEARNING FOR THE FUTURE
Knowledge is important in today's society
Jenny Cicco and Dan Seifried know
that the information that they learn in
high school will be beneficial to them
as they continue through their lives.
John Schnell, Lea Acino and Nicole
Yarbrough work hard in their classes
since this is laying the groundwork for
Amie Ficere, Michelle Heising, Leah
Cherne and Abby Stanic are active in
many organizations since they are
planning on going on to college and
activities are a great advantage to
getting into a good school.
Valerie Van Ho
Tommie Virgies Jr
Rodney Walton Jr
De Juan Whitney
Oral Williams II
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.
Third year tennis player, Allison Hrovat, spends most
of her summers practicing for the fall tennis season.
Feature Majorette twirler, Christy Peacock, dedicates
much of her summers to preparing for the fall
Marching Band season.
Amber Cogley devotes much of her time preparing for
the volleyball season.
using the information that he has learned during summer practices. John Schnell points out a flaw in the
opponent's defense while Deshaun Lewis and Kevin Banks look on.
j Bradford Armstrong
Emanuel Burton III
Frederick Bush III
Matthew De Wine
De Laurence Fouche
De Auna Frierson
Edward Gray HI
Terry Harris Jr
Juniors getting closer to graduation
Margaret Corcoran gets ready to go to class
while Christopher Slagle helps the Boy's
Cross Country team win races.
Students have to
prepare for the rest
of their lives when
in high school.
Karen Gnandt and Erica Gentile discuss what is important about the work that they are supposed to
be doing in class.
Stephanie Fox practices her serve before the volleyba!
Courtney Sharp goes for
the ball during a soccer
match while Jennifer
Waina looks on. Soccer is a
very important part of their
very hard on the
team both during
the summer and
during the fall.
"It's a lot harder this year but
one more year until college
and I'm looking forward to
it. Juniors are treated more
like an adult."
These pictures of Euclid students who attended the
Willoughby Tech Center arrived too late to be
included with the rest of the underclass section so
they appear here
Berry Hill III
Charles Howard II
Kenneth Humphrey Jr
Denise La Riccia
Allison Mc Clain
Maureen Mc Cluskey
Matthew Mc Dermott
Michael Mc Donald
John Mc Graw
Robert Mc Graw
Charese Mc Gregor
Cherica Mc Michael
Lewis Nunley Jr
Michael O'Neill Jr
Ozzie Penn Jr
Amos Renix III
Carolyn Gudaitis, Erin Kilkenney and Jill Smialek were important Darrius Durr, Lashuntla Washington and Steve Yannaras working hard in their chemistry
members of the Girl's Cross Country team. class so they can leam as much as possible.
Le Trese Weems
Kenneth Wells Jr
The final deadline for the 1996 Euclid-
ian was at the beginning of March so
everything that happened after that could
not be included in the book. Because of
that we are including the highlights from
the end of the year in this section.
Mary Wolf dances with a senior citizen during the
Senior Citizen Prom held in the Spring.
Bud White hits the ball for the incredible Panther
baseball team that only lost one game in the entire
Freddie Blatnik clears the bar in the pole vault durinj
T. J. Grabianowski, Jason Edwardsen and Fritz Strieff wore pajamas
to school to promote The Pajama Game which was Big Show 1996.
National Honor Society held its annual induction in the Spring and these
were some of the students that were inducted.
ony Fisher makes a good leap in the long jump for the track team.
incipal, Mr. Robert Knuth, presents awards to , Missy Bonfiglio,
larie Salupo, Dawn Pratt, Julie Ann Newsome, Tara Van Ho,
ristina Geiger and Meg Miezin at the Senior Awards Assembly.
efore Prom an assembly was held for seniors stressing the importance
: not drinking and driving. An accident scene was set up in the south
irking lot. Clayton Cunningham is shown as one of the victims of a
Varsity Baseball finished regular season with a perfect 25-0 record
The Varsity and Junior Varsity baseball
teams had an unbelievable season
and finished with a combined record
of 45-2. Each team only lost one game during
their season. The Varsity team set a school
record with 25 straight wins and finished the
regular season undefeated, the first in school
history. They had a perfect 14-0 record in the
G.C.C. Their only loss was to Canton Glen
Oak in the Regional Finals for the second
year in a row.
Varsity Baseball, row one: Scott Herbert, Jay Kletecka, Tim Long, Bud White, Frank Orgovan, Mike Doyle,
Tom Heuer. Row two: Coach Rick Brown, John Mc Clain, Mark Zrim, Joe Tucceri, Chad Shuskey, Dave
Banach, Kevin Evans, Terry Kontra, Pat Bujnocki, Coach Don Lewis. Row three: Coach, Ed Zivnoska, Matt
Carroll, Dave Bischof, Buchy Zeman, Gene Hess, Tim Walter, Mike Jolly, Laurence Banks, Mark Fording,
Coach Dennis Turkall.Not pictured, Tim Fogarty.
Terry Kontra throwing the ball to the plate.
J.V. Baseball. Row one: Coach Ed Zivnoska, Juhn Fuduric, Greg Hatcher, Pat Grisez, Dan Fitzpatrick, Zack
Cherney, Josh Hammond, Matt Kunes, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row two: Tom Heuer, Brian Sidler, Terry
Kontra, Brian Zorman, Denny Boisher, Tim Goerndt, Jeff Cahill, Coach Rick Brown. Row three:Coach Don
Lewis, Matt Moster, Mike Zdanowicz, Joe Zevnik, Mike Jolly, Eddie Wilcox, Jim Grinstead, Shawn
Cummings, Juan Hernandez.
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eshman Baseball, row one: Gerald Haig, Kevin Carse, David Att, Tom Sweeny, Brandon Hendersosn. Row
'o: Kevin Grisez, Jason Lama, Ken Gravis, Chris Biehl, Cedric Carstarphen, Rick Bartel, Shaun Kane.
dw three: John Black, Rich Glavan, Dave D'Amico, Brandon Richardson, Nick Lindic, Dave Cerne, Jeff
fans, Coach, Ed Zivnoska.
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Above. Tom Sweeney taking a swing at the ball.
Left. Players getting ready for the game to begin.
Bedford & 4
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SEASON RECORD WON 25 LOST 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 14 LOST
LEAGUE FINISH First
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL
SEASON RECORD WON 20 LOST 1
G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST 1
LEAGUE FINISH First
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SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 8
Jay Kletecka getting ready to
bunt the ball.
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
one, and fourth in two. The team had
seven League Champions and seven
District Champions. Topping the season
were Albert Simpson 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
Deleonte Brown flying through the air in the long
BOY'S OUTDOOR TRACK
LEAGUE FINISH First-
Boy's Track. Row one: Eugene Warner, Jamel Lawrence, Larry Dissaur, Antonio Davis, Shaun Hodge, Eric
Schuster, Maurice James, Karlan Club. Row two: Coach Robert Ramlow, Tommy Virges, Jason Jones,
Emmanuel Smith, Antoine Fisher, Mike Simenc, Michael Wilkerson, Pak Fi Obeng. Row three: Lauren
Webb, Paul Glowacki, Ramone Watson Terrell, Michael Miklavcic, Will Buchannon, Raphael Pachenko,
Kevin Taksar, Coach Frank Soltesz. Row four: Mike Melnyk, Deleonte Brown, De Juan Goulde, Dan Corlett
Petris Hawkins, Tony Laurich, Michael Hartson, Shaun Mc Laughlin, Al Simpson. Row five: Dorian Gould<
Lamonte Foster, Brandon Shaw, Howard Westerfield, Monroe Hillsman, Artis Powell, Rich Cooper, Joe
Williams, Coach, Tom Halbedel.
Albert Simpson getting ready to launch the
Tony Davis getting the baton from Jamel
teams win the conference
irl's Track, Row one: Colleen Longshaw, Karen Wade, Aileen Glowacki, Annie Wein, Kelly Kontra,
anetta La Shore, Jenea Weems, Jamie Taylor, Jennifer Emser. Row two: Megan Osterman, Karla Prince,
hondra Ramus, Katie Walker, Jennifer Hrovat, Krystal Jamerson, Dawn Merritt, Maria Scott, Alicia
ennix, Nicole Eastley. Row three: Coach Dick York, Matrika Johnson, Allison Mc Clain, Ebony Wheeler,
rin Flynt, Lakeshia Phillips, Ursula Wein, Vernedette White, Alayshia Clark, Holly Douglas, Coach Mike
ustin. Row four: Coach Pete Schwenke, Erin gady, Carolyn Gudaitis, Patricia Carpenter, Lakeshia
Henderson, Allison FitzGerald, Kelly Smith, Angela Miklavcic, Becca Borchert, Tracy Hicks, Carrie Sharp.
ow five: Erin Kilkenny, Alexis Grubach, Jamie Smialek, Nikita Church, Ramona Badley, Katrina Tanner,
harmaine Allen, Jennifer Williams, Mary Dacar, Jill Smialek, Tracy Martorello.
enea Weems putting the shot.
Kisha Phillips and Karla Prince running
laps before a meet.
Dawn Merrit practicing on the hurdles.
The Girl's Outdoor Track Team
finished the season with an 6-0
record and first place in the
G.C.C. They finished first at the confer-
ence meet. Kelly Smith, Lakesha
Henderson, Lakisha Phillips, Jamee
Taylor and Karla Prince all qualified
for the State competition. The 4 x 200
Relay finished tenth while Kelly Smitk
finished third in the discus.
The girl's team warming up befor a meet.
GIRL'S OUTDOOR TRACK
SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST
G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST
LEAGUE FINISH First
The 1 996 softball season was a
memorable one for the Euclid
panthers. They began early in the
season with a 1 and 3 record but then
rebounded to finish 18 and 12 overall and
second in the G.C.C. with a 10 and 4
record. Their greatest accomplishment
was in the State Tournament where they
finished as the state's second best team.
Margy Mihalic led the team in hitting and
played a solid shortstop for the Lady
panthers. She was also named First Team
All G.C.C. and All Ohio and Team
Captain. Colleen Taylor also was one of
the team leaders offensively and defen-
sively and was named to the First Team
All G.C.C. and All Ohio Team.
Nor do ni a
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MT. VERNON-STATE TOURNAMENT
:ORD WON 18 LOST 1
RD WON in LOST 4
LEAGUE FINISH Second
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JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL
SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 2
G.C.C. RECORD WON 13 LOST I
Varsity Softball. Row one: Jessica Sas, Heather Nickell, Courtney Sharp, Melissa Hoppert, Colleen Taylor.
Row two: Coach Ron Zucca. Becky Codec, Becky Clavan, Stacey Lesefky. Lauren Hadyk, Katie Bauer,
Margy Mihalic, Coach. Diane Maroli
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Junior Varsity Softball, Row one: Lauren Freeman, Jackie Sas, Ann Slusser, Dana Vance, Angela Suchy. Row
two: Amanda Meyer, Kathy Blatnik, Robyn Ulle, Chrissy Kovacevich, Maria Negolfka. Row three: Alison
Stahre, Lisa Udovich, Kristen Kascak, Suzanne Lucas. Allison Metti, Jamie Greskowiak, Coach, Ron Zucca.
Tennis team hits .500
oy's Tennis, Row one: Ryan Heramb, Nick Cyganski, Dennis Vitolo, Nick Pfahl, Mike Heramb, Barry
awrence, Dan Seifried, Chris Pierce, Greg Schonauer, Pat Di Lalla.Row two: Matt Mc Dermott, Matt
rutsch, Dale Stigmier, Mike Hughes, Jeremy Pfahl, Andy Edmonds, Dave Giancola, Jimmy Jordan, Coach
ashman Softball, Row one: Nikki Samsa, Amanda Tutolo, Shannon Setser, Julie Whitley, Shondre Boyer.
iw two: Beth Jackson, Karen Hanson, Laura dicker, Megan Novinc, Julie Thompson, Coach Diane Maroli.
iw three: Nicole Shiffbauer, Mary Ann Zagar, Tara Maurich, Karen Salisbury, Michelle Laurich.
The boy's Varsity Tennis team
hoped for a .500 season and that
is just what they got in the
G.C.C. That was good enough for a
third place finish in the conference.
They also got a first place finish in the
Conference Tournament which boosted
them to a second place finish overall.
VARSIi '. BOY
Nordonia : ,
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 8
G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 5
LEAUE FINISH Second (tie)
Twinsburgl7 ■ :
Maple Hts 12
SEASON RECORD WON 10LOST 7
Big Show 1996 was presented on
March 7,8 & 9 and was called The
Pajama Game. It was a tremendous
success and pulled in large audiences all
three days. The play was a 1954 musical set
in a pajama factory. Romance between the
superintendent, Sid Sorokin( Fritz Streiff)
and the head of the grievance committee,
Babe Williams) Jodi Dominlck) was
jeopardized by their opposing stands on the
union's press for a 7 1/2 cent raise. Other
people involved in the plot were
Gladys(Nicole Genovese), Hines(Scott
Granito), MabeKColleen Longshaw),
Mae(Katie Mc Guinness). Poopsie(Alia
Crawford), Prez(Jason Edwardsen),
Brendaf Heather Kinison). and their boss,
Mr. Hassler(Scott Lawrence). The union
triumphs in the end and Babe and Sid are
reunited. This play was highlighted by great
songs, phenomenal dancing and an excep-
tional cast. Under the direction of Ken
Ferlito, Bea Grushcow, Glenn Obergfell
and Bebe Katz. The Pajama Game really
came to life.
Big Show presented The Pajama Game
Jodi Dominick is really scared as
Scott Granito threw knives at her
during the company picnic.
Fritz Strieff tells Jodi Dominick that he's sick of
"small talk" and that they have more important
things to do.
workers that si
; to tell the rest of her co-
n love with Fritz Strieff.
Jason Edwardsen and Andre Mc
Michael discuss the possibilities of a
strike in order to get a 7 1/2 cent raise.
Seniors dancing at the Senior Senior Prom.
On May 24. 25 Wai Napolo presented their annual synchronized swim show in the East Pool. The members of the
club swam and performed to music.
"ational Honor Society held it's annual
induction in the Spring and many new
students were installed into the organization
Kelly Hiscott, Becky Glavan and Liz Buchner
waiting for the NHS induction to begin.
Kristina Geiger, Missy Bonfiglio, Beth Kramer, Mark Garlauskas, Jill Corrigan, Margaret Good and Scott
Herbert signing in during the induction ceremonies.
Kristina Cadovec, Sarah Keller, Kelly Hiscott, Katie
Walker. Carissa Moon and Collette Sarns-Gaunt
had a lot of fun at the Senior Senior Prom.
Senior Awards/Senior Senior Prom
All the new members of NHS.
ere presented on Tuesday, May 21, 1996 in an assembly held in the Little Theater after
:hool. Many seniors received awards or money for their accomplishments while at Euclid.
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ikeisha Henderson accepts the Euclid Ms. Diane Tizzano presents the Louis Mr. Don Anzells presents the Euclid Rotary Club Scholarship to
■lice Departmant Outstanding Female Armstrong Jazz Award to Joe Dula and Cassandra Jones, Angela Meros and Megan Coyne.
holar/Athlete Award the Kathy Freeh Memorial Scholarship
Award to Katie Bauer.
at the annual SPRING FLING that was held on
Wednesday. May 8, 1996. The senior citizens prom
had music provided by the Bob Makee Band and
escorts provided by Student Council.
arie Salupo accepts one of the many awards that she
;eived during the ceremonies.
Katie Walker, Amy Salerno, Becky Hren, Kristina Geiger,
Annie Wein, Dawn Pratt, Sharon Hollis and Christina Fabert
were all looking nice at theSenior SeniorProm.
Senior citizens dancing together at the event.
Senior Awards/Senior Senior Prom
was held at the Landerhaven Party Center on Thursday,
May 30, 1996. Many Euclid seniors and underclassmen
enjoyed themselves at a night of dancing, pictures and
Before commencement seniors were milling around taking pictures of each other and getting ready for the big
took place in East Gym on Sunday June 9, 1996 at 1 :00 PM. The threat of thunderstorms
caused the event to be moved into the gym instead of being held in the stadium as was
originally scheduled. The gym was hot and very crowded but the commencement went off
without a problem.
1 £» • (
The seniors waited patiently to get
aledictorian, Angela Miklavcic,
idresses the class of 1996 during the
Allison FitzGerald was the 1996
Salutatorian and talked to the class after
the Valedictorian did.
Cuana Newson and Mark Ketchum are Commencement
ready for the ceremonies.
Ken and Anne Ferlito
The Heramb Family
Sgt Maj. L. M. Isaacs,
Jean M. Jelenic
Brad R. Mc Govern
Judith Mc Laughlin
Benjamin & Katherine Pasquale
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic
Robert and Barbara Ramlow
Bill Von Benken
Dolly Carbaugh and John Ball/Cyntia Ball
Cindy, Even though you will always be the baby,
you grew up to be a smart young lady!
Love, Pam, Debbie, Mary, John, nieces and
Dolly Carbaugh and John Ball/Cyntia Ball
Cindy, You are a very special person, Cindy, stay
that way forever!
Love Always, Your boyfriend, Mike
Jeff and Debbie Beck/Jeffrey Beck
Good Luck Jeff in all you do!
Robert Geosano/Nicholas Geosano
Best of Luck in everything you do.
Mom and Dad
Nicholas and Joan Grubach Jr./Alexis
Stand for truth. Never give up and always do your
Dad and Mom
Joanne Sabel/Amber Sabel
Congratulations on 1 2 years of exceptional work.
Much success in your future endeavors. We know
you will always succeed. We are all proud of you.
Mom. Cran, Kim, Snane.
Kurt and Ronnie Stanic/Derek Stanic
Derek and Abby,
Your high school years are too quickly over.
Enjoy them forever. The effort you put in now
will bring rich rewards for the rest of your lives.
STUDY-BE INVOLVED-HAVE FUN-KEEP
Mom and Dad
Greg and Nancy Waina/Jennifer, Jason and
We enjoyed watching each of you flourish
academically, athletically and socially. Remem-
ber 1996-97 as the year the three of you spent
together at Euclid High School.
Love, Mom and Dad
Craig and Susan Wilson/Anthony Rashad
Today Senior Class president. Tomorrow
president of the United States. Congratulations!!
We are so proud of you! !
Mom and Dad
John and Pamela Amos/Sean Amos
Donna Arthur/Qiana Arthur
Darlene Hairston Barnett/Elise N. Barnett
Sunan and James Belanich/Richard J.
Mr. and Mrs. Bergolc/Dan Bergolc
David and Carol Browne/Mark Browne
Geneva Caldwell/Elnora Ann Caldwell
Kathy Carleton/William A. Carleton
Candace and Len Carmichael/Casey
Charla Cyganski/Nicholas Cyganski
Judy D'Apice/Jessica D'Apice
John and Lynette David/Jennifer David
James and Patricia Davis/Jennifer Nicole
Denise DiBiase/Stephanie DiBiase
Larry and Christine Domin/Elizabeth Domin
Joe and Sue Dominick/Jodi Dominick
Kim E. and James T. Feldkamp/Ann C.
June Sonntag/Candace Ferguson
Tim and Carmie FogartyTim Fogarty
Kim Giancola/David Giancola,Jr
Paul and JoAnn Glowacki/Paul Glowacki
Edward and Nancy Greskowiak/Jamie
Martel and Kathleen Griesmar/Ciara E.
Gary and Cathie Gudaitis/Carolyn Gudaitis
Bob and Judy Guttu/Jeff Guttu
Mr. and Mrs. Hiscott/Kelly Hiscott
Vida M. Hodge/Brad Hodge
Patricia Hrdlicka/Nicole Hrdlicka
Theresa and Rudy Hren/Becky Hren
Cathy and Larry Kletecka/Jason M. Kletecka
Susan Phillis/Nicole Marie Johnston
Robert and Linda Kelly/Amanda Kelly
Ms. Vendola Lawrence/Jamel E. Lawrence
Dave and Nancy Lawrence/Scott Lawrence
Veronica and Demetrius Safo/Monica R.
Dan and Joanne Mc Peek/Amanda Mc Peek
Sandi and John Mc Redmond/Casey Mc
Rick and Azella Melnyk/Mike Melnyk
Jeffrey and Inez Morris/John Patrick Morris
Susan and Frank Negolfka/Maria C. Negolfka
Len and Dorothy Nosse/Lee Scott Nosse
Mr.a nd Mrs. Raymond C. Novinc/Melissa
Adelaide Agyeman/Paa-Kofi Obeng
Richard and Mary Pecnik/Richard Pecnik
Theresa Coleman/Theresa Denise Poindexter
Chuck and JoAnne Rees/Paula Rees
Bill and Shirley Robinson/Jason Robinson
Denise Robson/Julie M. Robson
Patti and Scott Salisbury/Katie Salisbury
Mr. and Mrs. Sas/Jackie Sas
Mr. and Mrs. Setser/Tom Setser
Steve andf Baubbi Solema/Nick and Paul
Jerry and Toni Bielek/Dana Vance
Karen Vitolo/Dennis Vitolo
Sharon and Peter Vuyancih/Brian Vuyancih
Tom and Mary Ann Walker/Katie Walker
Kevin and Jennifer Weinbrecht/Beth Weinbre-
Gloria J. Wilson/Detric M. Wilson
Jim and Ann Wison/Marianne B. Wilson
Donald and Denise White/Christopher 'Bud'
Joe and JoAnn Zorman/Tim Zorman
Doug Zeman/Doug /.email
Don't be afraid to dream.
For out of such fragile things,
May all your dreams come true.
Love, Mom, Dad, Jae and Jinai
Qiana, it has been a long 12 years.
We knew you could do it
Love, Mom, Grandma, Granddad.
My Little Lisie.
Honey! I'm so
very proud of
such a beautiful
Good Luck in
When the going
gets tough, you
count on me!
I love you-
Elisa N. Barnett
Richard J. Belanich
What a face-
Dear Richard-We are SO proud of you. You sure
gave us a run for our money, it was worth every
step to watch you grow into the fine intelligent
young man you are. Remember to follow your
dreams one step at a time and you will be
successful. We are always here for you and love
you a lot
Dad, Mom, Jim and Mike
We are so proud
of you. Our
wish for you is
to be happy in
do. We love you
forget about us
when you go out
into that big -
Mom and Dad
Mark Adam Browne
Mark Adam Browne
Always keep your enthusiasm for the good things
life has to offer. Mark you are the greatest! Thanks
for keeping us young.
Dad and Mom
Elnora A. Caldwell
William A. Carlton
Congratulations! We are very proud of you and wish
you a future filled with peace. Do not ever doubt
what you can achieve.
Love, Mom and Amanda
Congratulations! We are so proud of you!
The world is at your fingertips - seize it and enjoy!
We wish you life's best always.
Mom, Dad and John
Jennifer Nicole Davis
As you are about to enter another door in life, may
your path always be blessed by the Lord.
Always hold His hand as you travel along and your
road will never go wrong.
Love, Dad, Mom, Nate and Sara
ago, God gave to
us a good and
beautiful child we
you have brought
us love, joy, and
grace. Take pride
in the fine
of these past years
and may God
bless you richly
all the days of
your life. You
have always been.
and always will
be, the queen of
Love, Mom, Dad,
"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it.
If you can dream it, you can become it."
You can do it Jodi!
We love you and are so proud of you.
Mom, Dad, Mike and Steve
Ann C. Feldkamp
A dream is a
wish your heart
asleep; in dreams
you will lose
Have faith in
your dreams and
matter how your
heart is grieving,
if you keep on
dream will be a
wish that comes
Love, Mom and
The desire of the moth for the star, of the night for the
morrow, the devotion to something afar from the sphere of
May the stars always sing for you.
Love, Mom, Roy, Lori and Kellie
Looking back and
The good times you've h
The places you've been.
Take all your n
Reflect how you've grown
The man you've become am
The love you've been showi
Onward and upward
Let your journey begin
'Cause you've got what it
And it come from within.
We wish you success
In all that you do
And remember always
To thine own self be true
David Giancola Jr.
Paul Glow acki
Congratulations, These years have flown by. It's
hard to believe you're off to college. You are a
beautiful, young woman. Stay the way you are
and you will be a success in whatever you
We love you.
Mom. Dad, Dana and Bryan
From your first steps, you were on the go. Always
moving. Always aglow. We love you so much.
Remember nothing's out of touch. Reach for that star
because we know you'll go far.
Love, Dad, Mom and Guy
„ , Carolyn Gudaitis
Congratulations on all your accomplishments. You
can achieve anything you set your mind on. Always
remember that we love you Carolyn and we are
proud of you.
Dad and Mom
And good luck in the future.
Dad and Mom
Congratulations. I'm very proud of you and all that
you have achieved. Strive for your dreams, but take
the time to enjoy your accomplishments.
I love you always.
You've done a wonderful joh wilh [he gills God gave you. You
should he very proud of yourself. We are certainly proud of you.
1 96 All our love.
Mom, Dad. and T
P.S. Always remember: He who calls it, names ill
You are all I dreamed a daughter could be. You touch a pan of me I
never knew existed. How I enjoy watching you grow, and mature, inli
the strong, earing, fun-loving, and self-assured woman you are
becoming. You are a special one. my love, and so beautiful. May you
continue to know peace, love and joy in the years ahead.
The best is yet to be.
Jason M. Kletecka
Congratulations! We are very proud of you and wish you all
the best life has to offer. I think the best is yet to come for
you. Keep working hard to make your dreams come true.
You are the best.
We love you.
Mom. Dad and Chris
Nicole Marie Johnston
Dear Nicole Marie,
Your father and I wish the best for you. You were a
beautiful baby (just a little peanut) and you have
grown into a beautiful young lady. Keep smiling
always and go for your dreams. Congratulations
honey, we are very proud of you!
Love, Mom and Dad
Jamel E. Lawrence
"A son who has brought me joy from the day you
were born to this special day when you received your
diploma. I'm proud of you and you have grown up to
be a handsome young man.
The road to success is long and sometimes rocky but
you hang in there and remember I love you!!!"
Love, Mom. Sincerely, Daddy
"All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances.
And one man in his time plays many parts."
Love, Dad, Mom and Mike
were sent this
special gift from
grown to be this
you can t
achieve in life!
Thank you for
being such a
Love. Mom and
Monica R. Martin
Amanda Mc Peek
Casey Mc Redmond
Congratulations! We're very proud of you.
Mom and Dad
that you surely
were. We are
very proud of
want to wish
success in all
so that you
may attain the
goals set for
Achieving a goal is an accomplishment, not out of
reach, because you have the ability to attain it.
God Bless You Always. 1 97
Love, Dad, Mom and Jeff
John Patrick Morris
Maria C. Negolfka
Lee Scott Nosse
Mom and Dad
Paa-Ko, my baby,
you've always been
the joy and pride of
my life, and 1 thank
the Lord so much
for blessing me
with you. You've
always cared. Even
as a little child
were, making sure 1
was okay. You're
like a little brother
and a big uncle at
Theresa Denise Poindexter
hands and bless you with all that your heart dcsin
doctor that you've always wanted to be.
I love you. son.
(Adelaide Agyeman, a.k.a. Mimi)
I count myself
blessed to have you
as my son. As you
graduate and go
world, I pray the
Almighty God to
continue to hold
you in His powerful
s. to become the
You are the
that has burned
path since the
day you were
born. You have
given us the
gift of love,
us very proud.
On to bigger
Mom, Dad and
Julie M. Robson
Katie Salisbury be-
come. We wish you love, happiness and success in
your future and a heart that stays close to home. May
God continue to bless you, and keep you and make
His face shine upon you in all you do.
Love - Mom and Dad
wish you a
be here for
you (or a
Be a man
smiling ! Stay close and remember "we love you".
Mom, Dad and Shannon
Grandma shines with you.
Nick and Paul Solema
Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his
whims; to love him is to bring out the best in him,
to teach him to love what is difficult and embrace
what is right.
We are very proud of you !
Congratulations and all our love.
Mom and Dad
Congratulations! We are so proud of you.
Always keep focused on your goal and you will
achieve anything you desire.
Remember that you are always in our thoughts and
Lots of love,
Mom, Dad, and Michael
/ m m
We're so proud of you. Your determination and
character have brought you much success this far and
will light the way for your future. You are a joy and a
blessing and we thank God that He blessed us with you.
Love, Mom and Dad
You're finally graduatin
to put Kermit away?
Love, Mom, Dad, Amy
Don't you think it's time
Detric M. Wilson
that you know
you will be
blessed if you
on all your
We are so very
proud of you.
very caring and
You are a
Marianne B. Wilson blessing in our
lives and we're so proud of you. May God bless and
guide you in the future and may all your dreams come
We love you very much.
Love. Mom, Dad. Melissa and Michelle
„ , Christopher "Bud" White
We are very proud of you. Thank-you for giving us so
many wonderful memories. We wish only the best for
you i your future.
We love you and will always be there for you.
All our love. Dad, Mom and Carrie
May God Bless and keep you.
Love, Mom, Dad and Brian
Always remember these famous lines from The
Natural: "You've got a gift. ..but it's not enough.
You've got to develop yourself. Rely too much on your
own gift and you'll fail. Now go out there and knock
the cover off the ball!"
Love, Your proud family
Jennifer Davis making sure the staff gets the mail that
they are supposed to get.
200 Jennifer David hiding in the Library
Michele O'Donnel and Marc Acino and Melissa Hoppert and Katie Baioni and Carrie Klocker looking nice at
Abbot, Bryan 144
Abiecunas. Alison 89, 144
Abramczyk, Autumn 155
Abshire. Patricia 144
Academics Divider 130
Acino. Lea 53, 155. 164
Acino, Marcello 155, 200
Ackley. Rachel 123, 127, 167
Activities Divider 86
Adams, Daemyon 155
Adams. Erin 144
Adams. Marcus 22
Adams, Nichole 22
Adams, Robin 167
Adams II, Richard 144
Addis, Jane 28, 87, 104, 135. 192
Adelstein, Laura 135
Ahmetovic, Melissa 155
Ahmetovic, Samir 144
Aides, Clinic 103
Aides, Office 126
Alaupovic, Andjela 144
Aldridge, Monique 144
Alexander, Joshua 144
Alkema, Lisa 64, 155
Allen, Alex 135
Allen, Charmaine 73, 74, 155. 183
Allen, Kevin 22. 55, 70. 71, 72
Allen, Pierre 155
Allen, William 144
Altman, Charles 94
Shoot for the moon and you/11
land among the stars! Always
keep your sparkle and a song in
your heart. We are so proud of
Love, Mom and Dad
Amaro, Dominic 22
Amato, Sue 135
Amato, Susan 49
Amigoni, Christine 101, 144
Amos, Sean 22, 193
Anderson, Arkira 155
Anderson, Christopher 144
Anderson, Jamel 68
Anderson, Laura 155
Anderson, Michael 155
Anderson, Tiffany 97, 144
Anoliefo, Ifeyinwa 144
Anthony, La Shandra 155
Antonini, Justin 132
Anzells. Don 189
Appling, Tracey 22, 50, 62
Aquilano, Andrew 167
Aquilano, Brianna 144
Aquilano, Nicholas 22
Archibald, Earl 135
Arendt, Bryan 11. 110, 117, 167
Arendt, Wayne 21, 123, 137
Armaro, Christopher 144
Armaro. Dominic 21
Armstrong, Bradford 167
Arnd, Wayne 121
Arndt, Wayne 22, 50. 96, 120. 121
Arnold, Lauren 8, 19, 84, 102, 118, 167
Arp, Casey 19, 22, 50
Arp, Robin 144
Arpin, Bryan 144
Arthur, Qiana 22, 193
Asberry, Clarence 144
Ashdown III. Robert 144
Art, David 181
Attamante, William 135
Attwood, Dawn 144
Audio Visual Club 110
Austin-Hunt Corporation 214
Awards, Senior 189
Ayers, Michelle 109, 132
lood dirve was success-
ful, attracting many
students and faculty
Babuder, Michael 144
Babyak. Brian 61, 144
Badley. Ramona 155, 183
Bailey, Christopher 144
Bailey. Faye 144
Bailey, Michael 80, 155
Bailey, Rashaun 155
Baioni, Katherine9, 10, 19. 22. 25, 50, 51, 56, 59,
95, 104, 105, 108, 124, 125, 126, 137, 167, 200,
Baisden, India 155
Baker, Emilie 89.92, 104, 144
Baker, Jennifer 96
Ball. Cynthia 22, 202, 205
Ballard. Tammy 144
Ballinger, Megan 14, 15, 53. 77. 89, 155, 160
Banach. David 11,22,70,72,118, 180
Banc. Tom 58, 59, 135
Band, Jazz 88
Band, Marching 90
Bandy, Rafik 61, 144
Bandy, Rashaad 167
Banks, Charmaine 22
Banks, Kevin 6, 59, 60. 61, 166. 167
Banks. Lawrence 22, 180
Barber, Jennifer 96, 97
Barber, Terrance 155
Barbish, Dana 22, 100, 115, 167
Barbish. Ethel 135
Barcza, John 135
Barker, Brenda 133
Barker, Jennifer 91 , 92, 155
Barker, Wendy 77,97, 111,123, 155
Barkoot, David 22, 55
Barnauskas, Mike 59
Barnett, Elise 22. 50. 193
Baron, Gregory 155
Baron, Keith 22, 50, 55
Baron, Stephen 144
Barquinero, Christina 167
Barrett, Joyce 135
Barrett, Nura 22
Barrel, Richard 155, 181
Bartlett, Candace 144
Bartlett, Cliff 167
Barzal, Joseph 167, 209
Basalla, Lisa 107, 155. 189
Baseball. Varsity 180
Basketball, Boy's 70
Basketball, Girl's 74
Basketball Pep Band 97
Bateman, Monique 8, 13, 23, 50, 55. 84. 85. 126
Bauer, Katie 184, 189
Baugh, Takara 155
Bauza, Thomas 155
Bayko, Gail 144
Baylog, Kelly 84, 85. 125, 144
Beal, Abby 91
Beasley, Clifton 97
Beasley, Lakisha 144
Beatty, Brian 23, 50, 59
Beatty, Tameka 144
Beaumont. Cori 144
Bechtel, Carol 132
Bechtel, Kate 55, 83. 118
Bechtel, Kale M 23. 50
Bechtel , Kate 137
Beck, Jeffery 23, 50, 104, 121, 192
Beck, Natalie 84.85. 155
Beck, Scott 23
Bedford, Ryan 167
Begin, Adam 23
Begovic, Mike 155
Behm, John 59, 145
Belanich. Michael 59, 67, 155
Belanich, Richard ... 23. 50, 58, 59. 82. 125. 193.
Bell, Brandon 155
Bell, Kalisha 23. 55
Bell, Kristin 167
Bell, Shavon 73, 75. 167
Benak, Jamie 4. 72, 77. 155
Bender, Stan 112. 192
Benjamin, Al 94
Benjamin, Idele 94
Bennett, Sara 145
Berea, Amy 88, 91. 94
Bergolc, Daniel 11,23,50,53. 101, 110, 112,
118,125. 193, 194,208
Berkheimer. Kristy 91. 93, 97, 125. 145
Bernardic, William 23
Besses, Truceilla 167
Best, Ariana 23, 50
Biehl, Abigael 77, 94, 145
Biehl, Christopher 57. 76, 155, 181
Big Bouquet Florist 215
Billig, Justin 145
Bischof, Dave 180
Bivens, Kelli 145
Bizzell, Tawina 155
Black, Allen 101. 110. 135
Black, Dolores 49, 135, 192
Black, Jonathan 155, 181
Black, Matthew 145
Blackburn, Thomas 167
Blaha, Ray 94
Blair, LeTera 20.23.50
Blatnik, Frederick 23, 68. 80, 154, 178
Blatnik, Kathleen 4,77, 155, 184
Blazetic, Katherine 96, 107, 145
Blecic, Brian 145
Blevins, Rachel 91, 155
Bluhm, Andrew 145
Bluhm, William 171
Boisher. Denny 180
Bonfiglio. Missy 179, 188
Booker, Akita 167
Boos, Becky 23, 50, 108
Booth, Johnny 155
Boothe, Michael 155
Borally's Catering 214
Borchert. Rebecca 69.81. 167, 171, 183
Borden. Tiffani 155
Bosher. Denny 167
Boswell, Lashawn 155
Bowers. Darin 155
Bowman. Tierra 145
Bowmaster, Holly 155
Bowser. Jessica 167
Boy's Basketball 70
Boyd, James 23, 80
Boyer, Shondre 185
Bradek, Crystal 23
Brady, Cynthia 167
Brady, Melissa 64, 155
Bragg Jr. Johnny 23
Brantley. Donte 145
Bray, Latisha 23, 50. 55
Brazaitis. Lakni 145
Brazis, Dawn 84. 85. 145
Brazytis, Michael 155
Brenkus. Linda 135
Brenner. Rhiannon 23
Brenner, Ryan 155
Brewer, Cheryl 125. 145
Brewer, Knstina 118, 125. 167
Brewster. Donald 145
Brichacek. Heidi 83, 145
Brichacek. Wendi 145
Brimage. Andress 23
Brinovec, Alexandra 64. 1 17. 155. 209
Brinovec, David 24
Britt, Gl Bran 155
Brobeck. Ed 94
Brochak. Shaun 59, 167
Brooks. Chameka 167
Broughton Jr. Ronald 155
Brown. Christopher 24
Brown. Deleonte ... 11. 12, 13. 14. 15. 24. 53, 58,
Brown, Edward 145
Brown. Hassan 59, 60. 72
Brown, Jerin 24
Brown, Kartika 167
Brown, Kimyashia 167
Brown, Larry 57. 59, 167
Brown, Michael 155
Brown, Rick 180
Brown, William 24
Browne, Mark 15, 24, 44, 55, 102, 104, 108, 109,
124, 125, 137, 193,194
Browski, Christina 156
Bruno, Michael 167
Bucar, Brandon 121, 156
Buchannon. William 59, 80, 167, 182
Buchner , Liz 188
Buck, Patricia 65, 135, 192
Buford, Alexis 145
Bujnocki. Pat 180
Bunton. Clifton 100, 167
Burke, David 171
Burke, John 145
Burnette, Raymond 145
Burnley, Letitia 97, 145
Burns, Jessica 156
Burrell. Christina 145
Burrell, Christopher 167
Burt, Christopher 156
Burton III. Emanuel 167
Burya. Amy 145
Bush. Joan 83
Bush. Rai 59
Bush III. Frederick 72. 138. 167
Butera. Richard 91. 167
Butera. Robert 72, 156
lass is something
Cadovec. Knstina 24. 50. 55. 117. 188
Cadovec, Regina 84, 85, 156
Cahill, Jeffrey 167, 180
Calabrese, Kevin 145
Caldwell, Ed 67
Caldwell. Elnora 20. 24. 50. 55. 193. 194
Calic, Sheena 93
Callahan. Corey 24
Callahan, Daryl 167
Callaway. Veronica 156
Calvert, Heather 145
Calvert, Timothy 156
Calwise, Tiarla 24
Candy. Sherita 96
Cangemi, Thomas 156
Cantor, Samuel 94
Capiccioni. Christina 145
Capretta. Jennifer 167
Cardile, Christopher 156
Cardile. Michael 145
Carleton, Amanda 167
Carleton, Tony 45
Carleton, William 24, 193, 194
Carlson, Chnstopher 145
Carmichael, Casey 24, 50, 55, 59, 118. 125, 193,
Carmichael, Katy 25, 62, 105. 156
Carmody, Judith 123
Carpenter. Aaron 145
Carpenter. Patricia 83, 167, 183
Carpenter. Patti 83, 117, 123, 137
Carroll, Matthew 14. 24, 49, 50, 53, 79, 180
Carse. Kevin 67, 156, 181
Carse, Laura 24. 50. 73
Carstarphen. Cedrick 59. 181
Carter, Anthony 24
Casciato, Eric 24, 50. 55
Case, Wendy 59. 135
Cassell, Priscilla 145
Castrovince, Anthony 112. 156
Caves, Belicia 167
Ceranowicz, Charles 167
Ceranowicz. Edward 24. 50. 99. 138
Cerjan. Robert 171
Cerne, Dave 181
Cerne, David 156
Chambers, Terrance 24. 55. 91
Champion. Leroy 167
Chandler, Paige 24
Chapman, Jessica 145
Cherne. Leah 53, 84. 85. 109. 123. 156, 164
Cherne, Zachary 167. 180
Chike. Brian 145
Choma, Kristin 156
Choral Masters 96
Chorale. Varsity 95
Christen, Patricia 24
Christopher, Angela 133, 135
Christopher, Michael 156
Church. Nichelle 156
Church. Nikita 183
Cicco, Jennifer .. 3,126.96.36.199. 118. 142. 164,
Cipo, Steven 156
Cirino, Laura 26, 50
Cirino, Robert 145
Clark, Alayshia 183
Clark, Christine 26
Clark, Darnell 26,50
Clark, Erik 145
Clark. John 167
Clark. Krista 96
Clark, Kristin 96. 145
Clark, Shannon 91. 92. 167
Clarke. Latasha 156
Clarke, Patrick 156
Clay, Justin 145
Clay, Shawntee 145
Cleant, Louis 156
Cleary, Ruth 156
Cleaves, Monique 156
Clemmons, Natalie 26, 91
Clinic Aides 103
Club, Cultural 119
Club, Key 101
Club, Poetry 127
Club, Ski 102
Cocherell, Brian 88,94, 156
Cockrell, Tomika 26. 168
Coe, Alesha 156
Coe Jr., Phillip 26
Coffey, Shenta 26
Cofield, Bridgette 97. 168
Cogley, Amber 64, 126, 166. 168
Cogley, Gabriel 156
Colaianni. Carmen 135
Colantonio, Joseph 79, 168
Colantonio, Nicholas 145
Cole, Jamie 100. 118. 168
Colini, Janetle 4, 73. 77, 156
Collier, Chandra 156
Collier, Myron 156
Collins. Antuan 156
Collins, Katie 96, 125. 156
Collins, Ramon 61. 145
Collins Jr.. Thurman 26
Colon, Jose 145
Colvenbach. William 145
Comer, April 168
Comer, Jamie 96, 156
Concert Band 94
Connelly, Carolyn 145
Connelly, Frances 76, 168
Conner, Talia 168
Conyers, Bryan 112, 168
Cook, Cynthia 156
Cook, Joseph 26, 168
Cooks, Joi 156
Cooper, Nicholle 145
Cooper, O. Ricky 50, 182
Copic, Elizabeth 156
Copic, John 154, 156
Copic, Liz 91, 92, 96. 104. 123
Coppedys. Peter 94
Coppenhaver, John 135
Corcoran, Margaret 8, 13. 84, 126, 168, 170
Corleto, Daniel 182
Corrigan, Jill 188
Cosiano, Nina 145
Cothron, James 59, 156
Council, Student 124. 125
Country. Cross 68
Cox, Tia 156
Coyne, Megan 189
Cozart, Steven 145
Crane III, Wesley 76, 156
Crawford. Alia 186
Crawford. Althaea 26, 50
Crawford. Fabian 26
Creer, Michael 58, 59, 100. 168
Crider. Kizzy 26
Crismor, Rebecca 168
Crisp, Jessica 145
Cudo, Jay 55
Cultural Club 119
Cummings. Shaun 100, 168, 180
Cunningham. Ada 91.94. 156
Cunningham. Annette 26, 50
Cunningham, Clayton 179
Cunningham, Cory 26, 50. 55
Curtis, Elizabeth 156
Curtis. Tynnyshia 168
Custer, Martha 94
Cvetkovic, Frank 145
Cvetovac, Alan 76, 168
Cvetovac, Tatiana 145
Cyganski, Nicholas .... 26, 50, 112. 185. 193. 194
assigned for being
D'Amico Jr., David 67, 181
D'Apice, Jamie 145
D'Apice. Jessica 10. 21. 26, 40, 45, 50, 104, 108,
118, 137, 193. 194,208
D Biase, Stephanie 101
D'Amico Jr. David 156
Dacar. Emily 91
Dacar. Mary 183
Daly. Kelly 156
Dana, Pandora 103, 168
Dancy, Season 145
Daniels, Jervase 156
Dattilo, Richard 168
Daugherty, Harold 72,135,192
David. Jennifer 20, 26, 45, 50, 70, 137, 193, 194,
Davies, James 88, 94, 97. 168
Davies, Jennifer 96. 145
Davis, Amanda 26.40, 104
Davis, Antonio 182
Davis. Ariana 81. 97. 145
Davis, Cara 145
Davis, Darneil 168
Davis. Jennifer 26.50,51, 193, 195,200
Davis, Johnathan 67, 168
Davis, Lowell 132
Davis, Lynn 3, 133
Davis, Richard C 103, 156
Davis, Sarina 145
Davis, Tayonna 168
Davis, Tony 182
Davis, Tyronn 26
Davis , Jennifer 37, 41
Dawkins. Shanelle 27
Dawson Jr, Stephen 59. 67. 156
Day, Timothy 88,91.94.97,156
De Julius, Angela 146
De Luca, Franklin 91. 157
De Meyer, Joe 94
De Ramus, Darrion 157
De Ramus, Krishauna 157
De Wine, Carol 132
De Wine, Jean 88, 91 , 94. 123, 146
De Wine, Matthew 76.90,94, 168.208
Deal, Sarah 157
Dean, Lori 27, 50, 55
Deano, Angelyn 85
Dearth, Michael 146
Deas, Derek 61. 146
Deko, Edie 94
Delaroacha, Zack 157
Dennis, Ericka 91, 92, 129, 168
Dennis, Jonathon 171
Dennis, Michael 157
Dennis-Rogers, Susan 135, 192
Dent, Regan 168
Dent, Zernearia 146
Deramus, Creshanda 81
Deramus, Randolph 27.96
Di Bartolomeo, Richard 27, 54
Di Biase, Nicholas 89,91, 157
Di Biase, Stephanie .... 27, 53. 54, 88, 89. 91. 94,
DI Paolo's Home of Beauty 214
Di Vincenzo, Daniel 146
Di Vincenzo, Thomas 146
Diaz, Adam 157
Diaz, Yahaira 168
DiBiase, Stephanie 50, 193, 195
Dilalla, Patrick .. 76, 82. 88, 91, 94, 102, 168, 185
Dillala, Patrick 118
Disbrow, Dennis 78, 79, 157
Dissaur, Larry 182
Distributive Education 100
Divider, Academics 130
Divider, Activities 86
Divider. Memories 178
Divider, Senior 18
Divider, Sports 56
Divider, Student Life 6
Divider, Underclass 142
Dixon, Kim 28, 135
Dixon. Rachel 146
Dlugos, Sean 168
Dobucki, Katherine 157
Doehring, Patrick 27, 50, 104, 118
Dohere, Will 168
Domin, Elizabeth 12, 19, 27, 51, 54, 55, 84, 118,
125, 193, 195
Dominick, Jodi .. 8,12,13,14,27,51.55,84,95,
104. 118,125, 127, 186, 193, 195
Dominick, Michael 66, 67. 157
Dominique. Kristyol 73. 146
Donner, Kristin 146
Dore, Nathaniel 125. 146
Dotson. Richard 102, 168
Douglas, Holly 81, 157. 183
Douglas, Quinta 72, 157
Dowd, Rashlda 168
Dowell, Rita 157
Doyle, Jessica 168
Doyle, Michael 27. 51 . 67. 180
Doytek. Alisha 146
Drake, Tamlka 64. 73. 89, 146
Drasler, Donald 146
Drill Team 106
Droste, Ann 94
Drotleff, Matthew 157
Du Bose Jr, Jerry 27
DuBroy. Terry 49, 135
Duckworth, Autumn 97, 157
Duer, James 78,79, 168
Duheric, Almir 157
Duheric, Qineta 27
Dujmovic, Vladislav 146
Dukes, Diana 157
Dula, Joe 189
Duncan, Shaneika 157
Dunham, Kimberiy 168
Dupree, Ronald 168
Durbin, Michael 28,76, 135
Durr, Darrius 117. 118. 119, 125, 168, 176
Dworning, April 91, 126, 168
Dworning, Fredrick 146
Dwyer, Bill 133
Dybzmski, Adam 146
Dzerowicz, Alex 28, 131, 135
veryone needs a
goal if they are
going to succeed
Eanes, Adonte 146
Earick, Jessica 10. 27. 54
Eanck, Jonathan 146
Easter. Janelle 81. 97. 157
Eastley. Nicole 183
Echols, Kelly 27
Echols. Reggie 28, 135
Echols, Richard 168
Echon. Michael 168
Eddy. Christopher 27
Edmonds. Andrew 168
Edmonds, Andy 185
Edmonds, Dave 57, 59
Edmonds. David 157
Edmonds, Leah 157
Edmonds, Ronnie 111, 157
Edwards, Venisha 146
Edwardsen, Janelle 146
Edwardsen. Jason 179, 186, 187
Egleton, Monique 89.91,97, 103, 157
Eiding, Keri 168
Eiding, Rachel 146
Eigenbrod, Nicolai 168
Elliot Jr, Cecil 80. 146
Ellis, Kenisha 157
Ellis, Muhammad 14€
Ellis, Yelonda -'"fll
Elmore, Jessica 168
Elston, Charlotte 135,210
Emmerson, Chad 94
Emser, Jennifer 5. 69, 89. 91 , 94, 97, 107, 125,
Englebrecht, Geoffrey 91. 94, 146
English, Mark 27, 51, 56
Eoan, G. G 91
Epstein. Ethel 94
Eslick. Nicole 81, 157
Ess, Jennifer 91
Estes, Kenneth 61, 146
It seems just like yesterday you
were in pre-school and now you're
almost out of school.
Where did the time go?
Love, Mom & Dad
Euclid Heat Treating Co 214
Euclid Office Supply 214
Evans, Brian 146
Evans. Jeffrey .. 87. 88. 90. 91, 94, 125, 157, 181
Evans, Kevin 4, 11,27,51,63, 104, 108, 118,
125, 127, 137, 180
Everly, Chris 27
reshmen got their
first taste of what
high school was like
Fabert, Christina 189
Fairman, John 94
Falconer. Richard 157
Falkner. Bernie 94
Fall Play 120
Farinacci, Anthony 146
Farkas, Ryan 88. 89, 91, 94, 97, 157
Farkiwicz, T. J 59
Farley, Cara 146
Farone, Joseph 146
Farrell, Edward 61, 146
Fattori, Lindsay 73, 146
Fee, Colleen 168
Feld, Louise 94
Feldkamp, Ann 27, 51,55, 64, 65, 115, 117, 118,
124, 125, 193, 195,208
Feldkamp, Thomas 112, 157
Fell, John 132
Ferguson. Candace 27, 91, 92, 193, 195
Ferlito. Ken 135, 192
Fernatt, James 168
Ficere, Amanda 85. 157, 164
Ficere, Amy 84, 85
Fields, Marcus 27
Fields. Ouimsha 29. 51
Fien. Stephanie 91
Fine, Bethany 96, 146
Finegan, Patrick 146
Fiorelli, Antonma 91.94, 118. 168
Fisher, Antoine 59, 70, 71, 72, 168, 179, 182
FitzGerald, Allison 183, 191
Fitzpatrick, Daniel 63, 169, 180
Fitzpatrick, Noella 29
Flake, Che 169
Flament. Gale 135
Fleischer, Samuel 169
Fleming, Amanda 146
Flonnoy, Kenneth 61
Floyd, Sheereedaa 81, 146
Flynn, Elvira 94
Flynt, Erin 13,77,81, 127, 160, 169, 183
Flynt, Matthew 63. 146
Fofanah, Monique 100, 169
Fogarty, Timothy . 29, 51, 55, 100. 125. 180, 193,
Kristin S. Sanisa
God has blessed you with many
natural talents, sports and your ability
to enhance people's beauty are just
two. Remember, your angels will
help you to reach for your dreams and
accomplish your goals. All you have
to do is ask them.
We love you.
Love, Mom and the family
Fonovic, Danny 101, 146
Foote, Marilyn 131, 132, 192
Fording, Mark 29, 100, 180
Forehand, Takera 29
Forgus, Angela 125, 146
Forster, Jerome 146
Fort, Tiyona 29. 97
Fortunato, Michael 146
Foster, Courtney 29
Foster, Jerome 67
Foster, La Monte 11,29,59.80, 182
Fouche, De Laurence 169
Fountain, Senwai 146
Fowler, Jane 136
Fox, Audree 133
Fox, Michelle 15,29.36
Fox, Sean 10, 29. 76
Fox, Stephanie 64, 100, 126. 169. 170
Francetic, Dan 28, 135
Franklin III, Milton 157
Frederick, Mark 98, 103, 169
Fredrick, Allison 29. 51. 77. 83
Fredrick, Scott 157
Freedman, Holly 136
Freeh, Emily 5, 77. 94. 102, 117, 169
Freeman, Erik 146
Freeman, Gregory 146
Freeman, Lauren 184
Freeman, Michael 169
Freeman, Tyria 169
Fresenko, Adria 146
Frey, Lauren 29,37
Frieden, Jennifer 29, 51 , 55
Frierson, De Auna 169
Frydrych, Michael 146
Fuduric, John 169, 180
Fuller, Donna 81, 97, 169
Fuller, Felicia 146
Fuller, Marketa 106. 136
Fuller, Melanie 157
Fuller, Michael 146
Fuller, Raychaun 112, 169
Fulton, Christine 118, 125, 169
Fulton, David 66. 67, 157
Fulton, Lisa 29
Futkos, Lisa 146
Gady, Erin 69,81, 117, 169, 183
Gag, Steve 94
Gage, Davina 8, 12, 13, 29,84,89
Gage, James 146
Gaglione, Gina 65, 146
Gaines, Shannon 29
Galati, Charles 169
Gallman, Vanessa 100, 118, 129. 169
Gallon, Travis 29, 55
Gallon, Vincent 146
Ganser, Jarod 169
Gardner, Brent 94
Gardner, Leah 65, 146
Gardner, Lemuel 29, 89, 91, 94
Gardner, Tonya 169
Gardner, Trish 94
Garlauskas. Mark 188
Garrett, Dara 29
Gates, Barbara 136
Gates Jr, Michael 157
Gatson, Lloyd 169
Gaughan, Ricci 77, 157
Gavin, Kelly 85, 126, 169
Gaynes, Shannon 36
Gecewich, Brian ... 4, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 9, 29, 45, 63. 1 1 8,
Gecewich, Christine 87,91.93. 169
Gecewich, Richard 146
Geiger, Kristina 179, 188, 189
Gelo, Ivan 146
Genovese, Nicole 186
Gentile, Erica 169, 170
George, Shawn 146
George Jr, Reginald 30, 51, 67, 94, 97
Geosano, Nicholas 30, 54, 192
Gerlak, Frank 94
Giaimo, Anne 94
Giancola, David .... 3, 30, 51, 90, 91, 94, 95, 185,
Gibbons, Elizabeth ... 14, 89, 111, 117, 118, 126,
Gibbons, Roberta 117, 136
Gibbons, Thomas 59,80
Gibbs, LaTasha 30, 91
Gilbert, David 147
Gilbert, Michele 30
Gildersleeve, Robyn 30, 51
Gillessen, Matthew 59. 99. 157
Gilliam, Chacity 169
Gipson, Cherran 147
Girl's Tennis 62
Girl's Basketball 74
Glatz, Shannon 91, 92, 97. 125, 157
Glavan, Becky 184, 188
Glavan, Richard 59, 157, 181
Glende, Eric 94
Glenn, Kandasha 81, 147
Glick, Jay 67, 147
Glioken, Brian 147
Glicken, Shaun 99, 138, 157
Glicker, Laura 157, 185
Glowacki, Aileen 183
Glowacki, Paul 30, 51, 68, 80, 89, 118, 154, 182,
Gnandt, Karen 169, 170
Gnjatic, Dragan 157
Godec, Adam 30, 78, 79, 100
Godec, Rebecca 64,65, 126, 169, 184
Goerndt, Timolhy 63, 169, 180
Goff, James 157
Goff, Robert 147
Golub, Harry 94
Gonalez, Alicia 147
Gonalez, Michael 147
Gonzales. Lavonna 103, 157
Good, Margaret 188
Gooden, Christopher 70, 71, 72, 103, 157
Gooding. Bill 133
Goodman. Givonna 147
Goodman, Stephanie 136
Goodwin, Antoine 61 , 96, 97. 147
Goodwin, Donte 118, 169
Goodwin, Kristin 96
Gordon, Sondra 157
Goscherell, Brian 91
Gould, Rhonda 147
Gould, Rolynda 169
Goulde, De Juan 182
Goulde, Dorian 59, 60. 72. 158, 182
Gover, Maima 81
Grabianowski, Jennifer 62, 95, 96, 169
Grabianowski, T. J 179
Graham, Annmarie 30
Graham, Kevin 14, 78, 79, 169
Grande, Danielle 158
Granito, Joseph 61, 72, 147
Granito, Scott 186
Grant, Brian 169
Grant, Derrick 30, 51, 59
Grant, Erica 147
Graves, Brandon .':....'.. 147
Graves, Regina 30, 55
Graves, Robert 72
Graves, Teddie 158
Gravitte, Kenneth 158. 181
Gray, Ericka 81
Gray, William 98, 136
Gray III, Edward 169
Grays, Robert 147
Greeh, Jonathan 169
Green, Christian 97, 158
Green, Jason 61.67, 147
Green. Joy 147
Gregory, Donald 158
Gregory, Patricia 158
Greisl, Ed 136
Greskowiak, Jamie 13, 14, 20, 30, 40, 45, 51,
115, 117, 124, 125. 127, 184, 193. 196,208,209
Grgincic, Josip 147
Grice, Brian 158
Grida, Angela 127, 128, 143, 169, 208
Grieshammer, Mary 30
Griesmar. Ciara 30, 193, 196
Griesmar, Martel 61, 147
Griffin, Amey 94, 96, 103, 147
Griffith, Allison 94
Grinstead, James 100, 137, 169, 180
Grisard, Douglas 30
Grisez, Kevin 63, 158, 181
Grisez, Patrick 63, 125, 137, 169, 180, 208
Gross, Adam 147
Groudle, Adriane 158
Grubach, Alexis 30, 54, 69, 81. 171, 183, 192
Grubach, Michael 147
Grundman, Laurel 69. 125, 158
Grushcow, Bea 95, 136, 192
Gudaitis, Carolyn .... 30, 45, 51 , 55, 69, 1 18, 176,
183, 193, 196
Gudaitis, Jonathan 5, 91, 94, 158
Guildersleeve, Robyn 97
Gutbrod, Patrick 59, 98, 158
Guttu, Jeffrey 30,36, 193, 196
Guy, Isis 103
Guzauskas, Martin 82, 83
the interest of many
Haas, Oliver 94
Haddon, Zarina 72, 158
Hadyk, Lauren 184
Haig, Gerald 181
Hairston, Maurice 169
Hairston. Taneisha 147
Halbedel, Tom 182
Hale, Jacqueline 158
Hale, Micheal 147
Hall, Anthony 147
Hall, Barbara 147
Hall, Creeoni 147
Hall, Hanisha 100. 169
Hall, Maria 158
Hall, Milton 169
Halter, Edward 169
Halstead. Benjamin 158
Halstead, Joshua 30
Hamelin, La'Wanda 147
Hammes. Leslie 98
Hammond, Joshua 63, 169. 180
Hammond, Randolph 30
Handford, Michelle 147
Haneline, Timothy 72, 147
Hanley, Lawanda 96
Hanson, Karen .... 62.91,93, 103, 112, 129, 158,
Hardy, Dante' 147
Hardy, Ryan 147
Harrington, Eabonte 97, 158
Harris, Amanda 158
Harris, Carmekia 13, 14, 15. 31. 51, 73
Harris, David 31
Harris, Delanoe 67, 158
Harris, Desiree 158
Harris, Destiny 100, 169
Harris, Dominic 67, 158
Harris, Richard 169
Harris, Ronald 147
Harris, Square 147
Harris, Sue 133, 192
Harris III, John 31
Harris Jr, Anthony 31
Harris Jr, Terry 169
Hartley, Thomas 99
Hartman. Jeff 28.49
Hartman, Tracey 31. 205
Hartmann. Jeff 136
Hartson, Michael 158. 182
Harville. Amin 58,59. 158
Hasberry, Stephany 171
Hatcher, Christina 158
Hatcher, Craig 172
Hatcher. Greg 180
Hatcher, Kristina 64
Hausen. Jennifer 172
Hawkins. Enisha 73, 158
Hawkins. Petrus 31,51,70.71,72, 172. 182
Hayes, Jacqueline 147
Hayes, Sharonda 31
Hays, Ralph 94, 136
Haywood, Shakita 31
Headd II, Gerald 158
Heffner, Christopher 147
Hefler IV. Joseph 158
Hein, Timothy 147
Heising, Michelle 84, 85, 127, 158, 164
Heiss, Craig 76, 172
Helcberger, Arek 72, 147
Henderson, Brandon 72, 158
Henderson, Chad 61,91, 147
Henderson, Lakeisha 183, 189
Henderson Jr. Arnold 31
Hendersosn. Brandon 181
Hendrickson, Jessica 95, 120, 121, 158
Hendrickson, Kevin 172
Heramb, Michael 185
Heramb, Rob 49.76, 185
Heramb, Robert 28, 126, 136, 192
Heramb. Ryan 76, 102, 172, 185
Herbert, Scott 180, 188
Hernandez, Juan 180
Herron, Dawn 147
Herzberg, Erin 107, 147
Hess, Gene 41,51,55. 126, 180
Hess, Larry 31
Hess, Lindsay 147
Hess, Michelle 96, 97, 158
Heuer, Carolyn 28, 136
Heuer, Thomas 79. 172. 180
Hexan. Nick 91
Hickman. Sarah 147
Hicks. Jaonza 147
Hicks, Leslie 158
Hicks. Tracey 81. 158. 183
Hicks Jr, Wilbur 72, 158
Higgins, Damien 31
Higgins. Deonna 81
Higgins. Michael 59. 172
Higham, Douglas 67
Highland, Kourrney 172
Hight, Julia 147
Hill, Barry 100
Hill, Deandre 172
Hill. Duval 158
Hill. Leslie 158
Hill, Melvin 72. 147
Hill, Rene 147
Hill III. Berry 172
Hillcrest Concert Band 94
Hillsman Jr. Monroe 31, 58. 59. 80. 182
Hilton, Andrew 31
Hirsch. Amanda 158
Hiscott, Kelly . 188.8.131.52, 108. 117,118,119,
129, 188, 193, 196.210
Hiscott. Matthew 94. 147
Hodder, JoAnne 126, 136,210
Hodge, Bradley 31, 37, 51, 55, 117, 129, 193,
Hodge, Sean 59, 61. 158, 182
Hoinski, Jonathan 94, 95, 120, 121, 123, 158
Holiday Play 123
Hollingsworlh. Dale 77. 136
Hollms, Latrica 31,37.51.54,55
Hollins, Oaticia 31
Hollis. Sharon 189
Holmes. Jarrod 147
Holmes, John 172
Holness, Shaun 91.94, 118. 131. 172
Holstem, Dennis 31
Holtz. Christopher 172
Holtz, Edward 147
Homovec. Dick 78.79, 136
Hoppert, Melissa 8. 13. 14. 19. 31. 37. 51. 55. 84,
Horton, Steven 172
Hose Master Inc 214
Howard. Aisha 65, 147
Howard, Leon 147
Howard, Ramel 112
Howard, Russell 96, 97, 125. 147
Howard. Shawn 172
Howard. Shermel 158
Howard II. Charles 172
Howell. Amy 172
Howell. Lisa 1 18. 136. 209
Howse. Beverly 28. 136
Hrdlicka, Nicole 31. 45. 51. 55. 77. 100. 117. 125,
137. 193. 196
Hren. Rebecca5, 8, 13, 32, 37, 45. 50. 51. 53, 55.
84, 102, 112, 117, 118, 189, 193,196.208
Hronek, Bill 94
Hrovat, Allison 55. 62. 1 05. 1 1 7. 1 1 8. 1 25. 1 37.
Hrovat. Jenniter 183
Hubbard. Enc 147
Huenefeld. Jessica 73. 103. 147
Huey. Lanetla 73. 158
Hughes. Kizzy 158
Hughes. Michael 32, 37. 51 . 59. 185
Hughes, Stephanie 96. 125, 147
Humar, April 148
Huml, Louis 94
Humphrey Jr, Kenneth 172
Hunter. Eugene 172
Hunter. Jason 148
Hurst. Rebecca 158
Hurt. Tiffany 172
Hutchins. Diane 81, 148
Hutson. Azizi 73, 75, 172
Hutton. Joi 8. 12, 13,32,37.51.84
Hutton. Kimberly 172
Hyle. Sun-Shine 32. 55. 114
Hylkema. Brian 32
r^^l dentification badges had
I pictures on both sides
Indiano, Angela 4,77.84, 148
Ingram, Denise 148
Ingram. Shmere 172
loki, Shiho 96. 104. 172
losue, Diane 7, 136
losue, Pat 94
Irish, Nneka 148
Irvin, Candice 148
Isaacs, Larry 136, 192
Ivancic, Shannon 64, 158
Ivey, Tiffany 97, 158
Ivory, Dance 172
(^^| oining a club was a
1 way to meet nuew
ifl W friends
Jablonski. Frank 28, 136
Jackson, Armand 148
Jackson, Beth 185
Jackson, Bethany 158. 159
Jackson. Brittny 148
Jackson. David 172
Jackson. Elishia 142. 172
Jackson, Mary 148
Jackson, Maurice 67. 158. 159
Jackson, Nicole 91, 92,97. 172
Jackson, Turquoise 148
Jaggers, Alvenia 172
Jake, Tomeka 64
Jakse, Margaret 172
Jalovec. Jodi 84. 148
Jamerson. Crystal 95. 97. 158. 159. 183
James. Enka 1 19. 158. 159
James. Maurice 32. 52. 55. 182
Janosik, James 112, 172
Jarmon. Gregory 32
Jass. Tim 91
Jeffrey. Jerry 32
Jeffries. Karenina 32, 113. 114
Jelenic, Jean 28. 100. 136, 192
Jenkins, Kimberly 172
Jenkins, Lorraine 130, 136
Jenkins, Melissa 148
Jenkins, Mikia 172
Jenkins, Ramone 32, 71, 72
Jenkins, Rebeccah 84, 85. 148
Jenkins, Simeko 158. 159
Jenko. David 172
Jeric, Kerry 65. 148
Jemejcic, Christine 32
Jemigan, Ebony 158. 159
Jerousek, Garrett 172
John, Kristal 32
Johnson, Brandon 32
Johnson, David 59, 60. 67, 172
Johnson, Ericka 148
Johnson, Gregory 172
Johnson, Jerry 158. 159
Johnson. Johnny 6. 59. 172
Johnson. Jonathan 98, 172
Johnson, Kathleen 136
Johnson. Keisha 32, 100. 172
Johnson. Kimberly 172
Johnson. Lynn 158, 159
Johnson. Matnka 85. 91. 94. 104. 118. 123, 127,
Johnson. Riki 172
Johnson. Shawnte 32
Johnson. Tiara 148
Johnston. Nicole 32, 193. 197
Jolly, Michael 172, 180
Jolly, Reco 61
Jones, Althea 73, 148
Jones, Amber 148
Jones, Cassandra 189
Jones, Chamika 81
Jones, Christian 148
Jones. Christopher 32. 52. 55
Jones. Jason 182
Jones, John 32
Jones, Lawrence 158, 159
Jones. Malia 158, 159
Jones, Raheme 72, 148
Jones, Robert 32. 158. 159
Jones, Shamecka 148
Jones, Shikira 65, 148
Jones, Tamea 158, 159
Jones, Tino 72
Jones Jr. Redon 148
Jordan. Chanell 148
Jordan. Jaime 32. 52. 55. 121
Jordan. Jeff 76
Jordan. Jimmy 185
Jordan. Sharonda 148
Jordan. Tiffany 158. 159
Joyce, Shawn 91.94. 148
Jurcic, Ivan 33
Jurcic, Mladen 33
ey Club performs
many services to the
H.S. studenls enjoying lunch after being lapped for membership.
Kaba. Maima 148
Kaminski, Phillip 172
Kane. Amanda 87. 91. 148
Kane. Brian 148
Kane. Sean 158. 159, 181
Kane. Spencer 133, 192
Karpy, Theodore 148
Karsokas. Matthew 148
Kascak. Knsten 73. 143. 172, 184
Kastner. Glenn 94
Katona. Joyce 136
Kaucic. Jamie 158. 159
Kaucic. Mandy 33, 52. 55
Kazar, Stephanie 96, 123, 173
Kazen, Bill 67. 136, 192
Kazen, Rajenzo 96
Kehn. Dennis 136
Keller. Margaret 125, 148
Keller, Melissa 173
Keller, Sarah 67. 96. 173. 188
Kelley. Jim 28. 136
Kelley, Sharetta 148
Kelly. Amanda 33. 193, 197
Kelly. Gabnelle 65. 104. 148
Kelly, Amanda 137
Kendel. Timothy 33
Kenner. Tyrone 173
Kenny. Mori 104
Kenny, Sarah 96. 97. 158. 159
Kenny Jr, Martin 148
Kerestesy, Daniel 173
Ketchum. Mark 191
Ketchum. Stacia 33.91,94. 118
Key Club 101
Kilkenney. David 76. 82. 88. 90. 91. 94. 148
Kilkenney. Erin 69, 173, 176. 183
Kilroy. John Paul 67. 148
King, Jeanna 173
King, Shaunita 33
King, Susan 77. 112. 158. 159. 160
Kinison. Heather 186
Kirbish, Caroline 127, 148
Kitchen. Deanna 148
Kizer, Ebony 148
Klco, Aaron 148
Klein. Ellen 134. 136
Kletecka. Jason .... 33, 52, 58. 59, 118. 180. 193,
Klingman, Kristopher 33
Klocker, Carolyn 8, 33. 52, 95. 105, 115. 125, 200
Knaus. Nichole 173
Knauss. Kirslen ... 83, 88, 89. 120, 121, 123, 148
Knauss, Marsha 124, 127, 136. 192
Knight, Robert 33
Knight IV, Jesse 72, 148
Knislaulas, Michelle 158, 159
Knuth, Robert 109, 132. 133. 179.
Kochevar. Anita 158,
Koczur, Heather 107,
Koenig, Ingrid 119,
Koeth. Curtis 76,
Kolar. Katie 77. 158,
Kolich. Nicole 52,
Koller. Jennifer 96,
Kontra, Kelly 103. 173. 183.
Kontra. Terry.. 123. 124. 137. 142. 173, 180,
Koons. Matthew 137,
Kosovich. Jennifer 89, 91, 93,
Kosovich. Kimberly 9. 89. 91, 93. 118,
Kovacevich. Christina .... 64. 65. 73. 75, 173,
Krutsch. Matthew 79. 158. 159
Kuhen, Laurel 96,
Kuklica, Jenna 158,
Kulcsar, Elizabeth 33, 108. 118
Kulcsar. Michael 118.
Kumel. Allyson 65, 1-
Kumel, Michelle V
Kunes, Matt 11
Kunsman, Kathryn 103. 118. 1'
Kurlander, Lisa 107,1:
unches were served
on styrofoam for
most of the year
La Bounty, Carly 145
La Fountaine, Amber 105, 145
La Fountaine, Harry 158. 15S
La Riccia, Denise 114. 17c
La Rich, Denise 4. 8. 12. 13, 14, 15. 34. 41, 52
La Rich, Terin 15
La Shore. Ranetta 185
Lach, Wallace 158. 155
Ladovich, Danielle 35
Lakus, Scott 66. 67, 135
Lama. Jason 181
Lamento. Heather 35
Landsmann, Richard 33. 52. 55. 91. 94
Lane. Ebonie 8. 13, 34. 52, 84. 85, 95
Lang, Ryan 145
Langdon. Paula 135
Langford, Crystal 145
Jennifer M. Waina
Remember the past and the lessons it
Dream into the future and embrace all
opportunities afforded you;
But, most importantly, live your life in the
moment, for the present surrounds you with
energy, challenges, friends and family,
knowledge, humor, thing to explore, and
always with love.
Take time to enjoy all life has to offer!
With all our love-
Dad, Mom, Jason. Melissa and Rebecca
Langford, Lisa 139
Langsdale, Denis 158, 159
Lapp, Chad 68, 82, 89. 148
Lapp, Todd 11. 34, 68, 82, 91, 118
Lardomita, Jack 59
Largess. Monique 97
Larkin Jr. Bobby 158, 159
Lashore, Ronelta 158, 159
Lassiter, Eric 34
Latsch, Renee 173
Latsch, Robert 34, 52. 55, 88, 94. 97. 123
Lattimore, Jacquelia 148
Launch, Matthew 61, 149
Launch, Michele 158, 159, 185
Launch, Taryn 72. 158. 159
Laurich, Terra 59
Laurich, Tony 182
Laush, Mario 34, 52
Lavcan, Gabrieile 149
Lawrence, Barry 173. 185
Lawrence, David 132
Lawrence, Jamel 34, 52. 55, 68, 80, 91, 94, 118,
Lawrence, Kathleen 94
Lawrence, Leslie 139
Lawrence, Michael 89. 112. 120, 121, 149
Lawrence, Paul 94
Lawrence, Scott .. 34, 52, 95, 101 , 102, 1 18, 120,
121, 186, 193,197
Laws, Anthony 100, 173
Leasure, Nicole 34, 113
Leben. Brian 158, 159
Lee, James 173
Leland. Lois 94
Lellis. Jane 28
Lemieux, Karen ... 85.91,94, 112, 118. 128. 173
Lemieux, Ronald 173
Lendhurst. Jason 158. 159
Lennon. Brian 184.108.40.206. 158. 159
Leonetti, Betsy 28. 139
Lesefky. Stacy 34, 52. 64. 126. 184
Lesko. Brandy 96. 149
Letcher. George 94
Lewis. Demetria 149
Lewis. Deshaun 59. 158. 159
Lewis, Don 180
Lewis IV, Frank 34, 97
Li, Chen 158, 159
Life, Student 8
Linderman. Joan 139. 210
Lindic, Louis 82. 118, 173
Lindic, Nick 181
Linton, Brandon 72, 149
Linton, Jason 158. 159
Lipiec. Megan 89, 91,94. 120, 121, 123. 158. 159
Lipo. Ifiana 73
Lippttt, Dotty 94
Little, Valentine 81. 149
Litwinowicz, Christopher 98. 173
Uoyd, Charmayne 34.97
LoConti, Dennis 149
Lockett, Chanel 125. 158. 159
Locust, Jessica 149
Locust, Walter 158. 159
Loda, Jenny 87
Long, Timothy 34,52. 180
Longazel, Scott 6, 34, 58, 59, 137
Longo, Melissa 62, 149
Longshaw, Candace 65, 73, 149
Longshaw, Colleen 183. 186
Look, Sarah 149
Lorber, Adrienne 158, 159
Loveless, Jason 158, 159
Lowe, Ken 28, 139
Lucas, Kimberty 149
Lucas, Margaret 139. 192
Lucas, Mark 61. 72, 149
Lucas, Suzanne 73. 75. 77. 158. 159. 184
Ludvik, Donny 149
Lunka. Debra 126, 139
Lynch, Katie 149
arching Band per-
the football season
Macklin, Jolena 158, 159
Maddox, Cris 158,159
Maddox, Terrance 13. 14. 15, 100, 173
Madison. William 149
Madorsky, Christopher 149
Madorsky, Jaime 158, 159
Madry. Victor 149
Magoni, Katie 65
Mahoney, Mizell 158, 159
Majer, Dana 107, 149
Malenda, Derik 149
Malnar, Nicholas 149
Malone, Keila 173
Maloney, Ryan 102, 173
Manburg, Marc 139
Mance, Deanna 149
Manigault. Jemialle 158, 159
Manigault, Qiana 34
Manson, Marilyn 91
Marching Band 90
Marcu. Steve 5, 28, 44, 72, 134, 139
Marcus, Eric 173
Marek, Nicholas 34. 52
Markus, Eddie 112
Markuz, Edward 158, 159
Mam, Cheryl 34
Maroli, Diane 28, 139. 184. 185
Marsh, Kathleen 139
Martin, Colvey 34,52.55, 118
Martin. Cynthia 149
Martin. Isaac 34
Martin, Keith 158, 159
Martin, Monica 34, 73, 193, 197
Martin, Qiana 173
Martinenas, Andrea 149
Martino, Erica 149
Martorello, Tracy 77, 117, 173. 183
Marusic, Mario 76, 161
Mason, Orlando 139
Masseria, Barbra 28, 49, 139
Mastalski, Frank 76, 161
Mastalski, Lindsey 101, 149
Matko, Allan 139
Matthews, Jason 149
Matthews, Kanchambala 161
Matthews, Sahriah 35
Matthews, Tenisha 161
Matty, Steven 94
Matty, Vic 67
Maurich, Tara 185
May, Jason 173
Mayle, Christopher 63. 82. 95, 112. 161
The following patrons were received too late to be included
with the rest of the patrons
Dolly Carbaugh and John Ball/Cynthia Ball
Cindy, Even though you will always be the baby, you grew up to be a smart young
Love, Pam, Debbie, Mary, John, nieces & nephews
You are a very special person, Cindy. Stay that way forever!
Your boyfriend, Mike
Ann and Jack Hartman/Tracey Hart man
We knew you could do it, Alvie.
Love, Mom, Dad, Margy & Bill
Mary Ann and William Mehring/Valerie Mehring
Valerie, Your long hard work has paid off!
Mom, Dad & Karen
Greg and Nancy Waina/Jennifer, Jason and Melissa Waina
We enjoyed watching each of you flourish academically, athletically and socially.
Remember 1996-97 as the year the three of you spent together at Euclid High
Love, Mom and Dad
Mazurik, Timothy 35, 52, 55
Mburu, Hosea 21,35,52,55, 110,210
Mc Carthy, Anthony 59, 67, 161
McClain, Allison 77, 81, 173, 183
Mc Clain, Gregg 149
McClain. John 35,52.59. 180
Mc Clave, James 149
Mc Cloud. Lisa 93
Mc Clough. Micah 149
Mc Cluskey. Kathleen 64, 67, 161
Mc Cluskey, Maureen 173
Mc Creary. Angel 35, 100, 115, 127
Mc Creary. Starla 35,52, 112, 118
Mc Cullough, Jason 79, 149
Mc Dermott, Matthew 173, 185
Mc Donald. Michael 67, 173
Mc Garry, Michelle 139
Mc Ghee. Bonnie 65. 73, 149
Mc Gill. Karen 139
Mc Gill, Natalie 10, 35. 95, 96, 101, 108
Mc Gill, Ryan 68, 91, 94, 149
Mc Govern, Brad 13, 124, 125, 139, 192
McGraw, John 173
Mc Graw, Robert 173
Mc Graw, Veronica 35. 52, 55, 73, 74, 75
Mc Gregor. Charese 173
Mc Guinness, Katie 186
Mc Kenzie Jr, Lemar 149
Mc Kinney. Brandon 80. 103, 149
Mc Kinney, La Mar 161
Mc Laughlin, Jess 104
Mc Laughlin, Judy 28, 139. 192
Mc Laughlin, Robert 132
Mc Laughlin. Sean 4, 21, 35, 58, 59, 125, 182
McLeod, Lisa 139
McMahon. Erin 20,21,35,55, 137
Mc Masters. Marie 149
Mc Michael, Andre 35. 59, 80. 95, 187
Mc Michael, Cherica 173
Mc Michael, T.J 76
Mc Michael Jr. Anthony 161
Mc Namara, Vickie Mc 85
Mc Namara, Victoria 84, 161
Mc Narrin, Jeawnel 149
Mc Neezer, George 149
Mc Peek, Amanda 3, 19, 25, 35, 41, 52, 59, 113,
Mc Peek, Melissa 59, 72, 119, 149
Mc Redmond, Casey 35, 44, 52, 55, 77. 110, 125,
137, 193, 197,206
Mc Redmond, Sandi 13, 124, 139
Mc Williams, Cory 149
Meadows. Raymond 149
Meany, Randy 149
Medlen, Melissa 64,91.94, 161
Medves, Daniel 173
Medves, Lori 149
Mehring, Valerie 35, 52, 205
Melfi, Tony 94
Mellen, Edie 28. 139
Melnyk, Mike 20, 21, 35, 52, 58, 59, 67, 137, 182,
Melton, Shaun 173
Memories Divider 178
Meros, Angela 189
Merritt, Danielle 173
Merritt, Dawn 77,81,83, 161, 183
Metti, Allison 9, 62, 103, 117, 118, 137, 174, 184,
Meyer, Amanda 174, 184
Meyers, Gregory 161
Meyers, Melanie 119
Miceli, Mary Jane 139
Middleton, Jayson 161
Miezin, Meg 179
Mihalic, Margy 184
Miklavcic, Angela 183. 191
Miklavcic, Michael. 68.82,91,94. 154. 161.182,
Miklavcic. Shana 161
Miklavcic. Tina 91
Miklowski. Nanci 91, 94, 161
Mikolajski, Erica 174
Miller, Ernie 94
Miller, Jamichael 149
Miller, Michael 174
Miller, Tonya 161
Miller Jr, Jimmy 161
Mills, Courtney 161
Mills, Laurie 149
Mims, Ouida 174
Mistalski. Lindsay 65
Mitchell. Chad 35. 174
Mitchell. David 61, 149
Mitskavich, Lori 7, 28, 49, 83, 113, 118, 125, 174,
Modelski, Steven 80, 161
Monroe III, Van 61. 149
Montague, Elizabeth 77, 81, 96. 104, 149
Montague, Lacey 149
Montani. Raymond 139
Montgomery, Jacqueline 89,97, 174
Moon, Carissa 35. 118, 188
Moon, Jason 149
Moon, Natesha 161
Moore, Chnstopher 61, 149
Moore, Felix 174
Moore, Robin 174
Moore, Shane 35, 125
Moore, Terrance 97, 174
Morello. Tim 174
Morgan. Robert 149
Moric, Angelko 35
Morris. Abygail 65, 149
Morris, Cordell 59, 61, 72. 138
Morris, Cynthia 81
Morris, John 11, 14,21,35,53,55,59, 118,125,
126, 137, 193, 197,208
Morris, Katie 28. 139
Morrison, Erin 7. 100, 174
Morse, David 94
Morton, Sedrick 38, 55
Moses, Antonio 161
Moses, Johnny 72.149
Mosley, Reginald 174
Moster, Matthew 174. 180
Mowery, Sandra 77, 109, 149
Moxley, Daniel 161
Moyer, Brenda 38, 40, 83. 101, 134
Mueller, Christine 150
Muhammad. Sultan 174
Muhvic, Janelle 150
the way out on the bus.
Muhvic. Jennifer 150
Mukavetz. Manssa 3.91. 92. 112, 118. 174
Mulraney. Nicole 150
Murdock. Quentin 61,72, 150
Murphy. Anthony 67. 161
Murphy. Katrina .... 38. 53. 55.89. 118. 120. 121,
Murphy. Michaelann 126, 174
Murry, Kiara 150
Murry, Tiara 150
Myers. Melanie 161
ew diswasher was
installed in the
Nagode. Lindsey 150
Nagode, Melissa 62
Nally, Vicky 28, 139
Narusas, Tina 150
Nash, Joseph 150
National Honor Society 118
Negolfka. Maria 38. 53, 55, 96, 184. 193, 198
Nelson, Jessica 38, 53, 55
Nelson, Sean 76, 94, 137, 174
Nelson, William .-. 150
Newsome, Julie Ann 179
Newson, Aaron 161
Newson, Cuana 191
Nickell. Heather 184
Nickson, George 150
Nickson. Patrina 38
Niebes. Carole 139
Nielsen, Margaret 139
Niemann, Melissa 96
Nolan, Chet 6, 59
Noll, Mary Beth 161
Norfleet, Shanna 150
Norris, Tiquashia 174
Noss, Kristen 62
Nosse, Lee 14, 38, 53. 70, 71, 72, 108, 125, 193,
Novae, Barbara 139
Novak, Emily 174
Novinc. Megan 112, 114, 115, 160. 161, 185
Novinc, Melissa .. 38. 53, 55, 101, 112, 115, 117,
137. 193, 198
Nudelman, Anatoly 150
Nugent, Kevin 171
Nunley Jr, Lewis 60, 80. 174
Nycum, Donna 94
pportunities are more
numerous for a person
with an education
O'Brien, Molly 12, 19. 59. 174
O'Brien, Sean 66.67. 150
O'Connor. Andrea 161
O'Donnell. Michelle 38.200
O'Grady, Cathleen 174
O'Hara, Matthew 174
O'Neill Jr, Michael 174
Jill Swansegar, Mike Praskavich and
Casey Mc Redmond
showed their spirit at the
> Homecoming bonfire.
OToole. Sean 72, 139, 192
O'Brien, Molly 100
Obeng, Paa-Kofi ... 38, 53, 55, 82, 112, 113, 118,
125, 182. 193. 198.210
Ochi, John 94
Oliver, Delvona 73. 74. 75. 161
Oliver, Seleste 161
Oliver, Sirral 38
Oravecz, Todd 161
Orchestra, Chamber 89
Orgovan, Francis 38
Orgovan, Frank 180
Orlic, Ingrid 104, 161
Oroz.Maryann 220.127.116.11. 112. 143
Oroz, Tomislav 38
Ortman, Scott 61, 150
Osterman Megan „ 38. 69, 81. 96, 124, 143, 183
Ostrander. Edward 150
Ott, David 161
Owens, Sherelle 174
ride in their
» / school was felt by
P.A. Announcers 110
Pacheco, Rafael 72, 161, 182
Padden, Kevin 161
Padgette, Jermaine 150
Paige, Brian 72. 161
Palmer, Vencott 91, 94, 97, 174
Pannell, Le Roy 150
Pannell, Shavon 150
Panter, Aaron 161
Paoloni, Brian 161
Paoloni, Daniel 150
Paoloni, Michael 174
Paradzik, Anna 62, 174
Parey, Theresa 38.53,55,62, 118, 128
Parker, Katrina 150
Parker, Omega 161
Parker Jr. Calvin 161
Parrino, Nina 174
Parsons. Elmon 150
Paskert, Joan 28, 140
Pasquale, Ben 130, 132, 133. 192. 210
Pasquale. Kathy 140, 192
Patel, Dinalben 150
Patel. Zinal 103, 118, 125, 174
Patouhas, Gregory 161
Patrick, Mathew 161
Patterson. Alisa 38.53.55
Patterson, Erin .. 7, 105, 117, 118, 119, 125, 174,
Patterson. Laerica 73, 150
Patterson, Nicole 174
Pavicic. Maureen 126, 174
Pavlik, Daniel 72. 150
Payerchin. Anne 174
Payerchin, David 150
Payne. Catherine 140
Peacock, Christy... 18.104.22.168. 124, 125. 166,
Pearson. Ryan 150
Pecnik, Richard 38,49, 193, 198
Pedersen. Parti 132
Penko, Allison 84. 85. 125. 150
Penn, Olivia 38
Penn Jr. Ozzie 174
Penny, Lori 174
Penny, Michelle 174
Perez, Jo-Rita 28,49, 140
Perez, Jo-Rita 28
Peric. Christina 64, 83. 161
Peric, Georian 7, 83, 89. 174
Perkins, Tashala 150
Perry, Joe 55
Perusek, Heather 8, 38, 53, 91. 92.97
Petras, Molly 25. 57. 69, 104, 105. 143. 160. 161
Petri. Marcie 96
Petrick. Deborah 140
Petrick.. Deborah 49
Petro Mart 21 1
Petrochic. Robert 99. 138. 161
Petrovic. Bob 2, 140. 192
Pettit, Kathryn 174
Pettit, Matthew 39
Pettit, Rachael 174
Pfahl, Jeremy 174. 185
Pfahl. Nick 185
Pfahl, Sara 65, 73, 150
Pfeifer, Todd 174
Phelps, Travis 39
Phillips, Antonio 39, 53
Phillips. Lakeshia 183
Phillips. Natalie 161
Phillips Jr, Ernest 150
Phillips Jr, Gregory 150
Phommavichit, Kongkham 39
Phommavichit, Onkeo 39
Phoumyyoth. Soulasack 162
Pica, Heather 150
Pica, Mano 150
Pierce, Amy 162
Pierce, Christian 174, 185
Pignatiello, Roy 59, 140. 192
Pikovnik, Alice 125
Pikovnik. Ambrosia 150
Pikus. Matt 39. 53. 76. 78, 79
Pino, Carolina 39, 53, 55
Piorkowskj, Scott 150
Piscitello, Jamie 39, 53, 55
Pitts, Katarvitz 150
Pla, Sally 28, 140
Plain, Greg 80
Plavcan. Gabrielle 65
Play. Fall 120
Play, Holiday 123
Podmore, Douglas 150
Poindexter, Denise 97, 106
Poindexter, Theresa 39. 193, 198
Polachek, Tabitha 91,92, 174
Poling, Kipp 21. 39
Polke. Jacqueline 91. 150
Pollard II. Nkrumah 67, 94, 150
Polzner, Joseph 150
Pomiecko, Jimmy 39
Pompey. Cedric 39
Ponder. Jermaine 162
Poole, Ralph 175
Popovic. William 162
Porcen, Maureen 39, 40. 91. 92. 124
Potocnik, David 150
Poulos, Jackie 94
Poulos, James 39
Poulos, Jennifer 89, 162
Povirk, Monica 118. 119. 143. 175
Powaski, Ron 28, 49, 138. 140
Powell, Arts 58. 59. 70. 71. 72. 175. 182
Powell, Ashley 80. 150
Praskavich. Michael 39. 206
Praskovich, Anthony 150
Pratt, Dawn 179. 189
Pratt, Lucy 140, 192
Precision Metalsmiths Inc 214
Preston, Gma 150
Prettyman. Gary 150
Price, Amanda 89.91,94. 107, 125, 128, 162
Price, Brandi 150
Price, Brandon 61, 67, 150
Price, Michelle 39. 53
Prince, Karta 183
Prince, Tamilia 175
Proctor, Landon 7. 11. 14, 117. 175
Prodan, Gma 14,53.77. 117. 175
Prokop. Yanira 175
Prom ... 190
Ptak, Brandon 72, 76. 162
Puhalj, Kristina 150. 175
Pursley. Leland 39
elaxing during lunch
helped students cope
uiet time is impor-
tant for studying
Quellmalz, Rick 94
Quigley. Geoffrey 99. 162
Radan, Ivan 150
Radan, Tony 175
Radolovic. Veronica 39. 53, 55
Raguz, Tomislav 150
Rahn. Ken 94
Raia, Nicole 65. 150
Rainone. Dom 94
Ramlow, Barbara 28, 87. 104, 130, 140, 192
Ramlow, Robert 63. 80. 140, 182, 192
Ramsey. Latta 39
Ramus. Shondra 183
Randall. Jabraun 162
Range. Jamila 39
Range. Rashida 42, 45, 53, 54. 55. 209
Rankowski. Chester 162
Ransaw. Atini 162
Ratka, Frances 140. 152, 192
Ray, Michael 91 , 94, 97, 150
Raymond, Jamie 150
Raymond, Preston 162
Redfeam. Keauntee 42, 55. 59. 67. 80
Reed. Marcus 150
Reed. Schenee 162
Reed, Shanithra 42
Reed, Venita 53
Rees, Paula21.42. 53, 89, 91.94. 101. 104, 107,
120, 121. 123. 137, 193, 198
Reese. Cynthia 42
Reid. Tristen 97, 151
Reilly. Erin 64, 162
Reilly. Michael 5. 18. 82. 88. 89, 91. 94. 175
Reksten. Michael 42. 53
Renix. Alicia 81, 97, 106. 175
Renix III, Amos 59, 175
Rennix, Alicia 81, 183
Resnik, Bridget 83, 151
Resnik, Hillary 175
Rezzolla, Mike 6. 28, 58, 59. 14C
Rice. Christal 151
Richards, Christina 175
Richards, Happ 94
Richards, Marcy 64, 140, 192
Richardson, Brandon 59. 72. 162. 181
Richardson, Sara 17S
Richarson, Brandon 154
Richmond. Stacy 36,41,48
Riczinger, Michael J|fl
Riddle, Rokita 42,97
Riggins. Chavon 162
Rinella. Jennifer 77. 151
Riola. Ross .^1
Ritz, Nicholas 17S
Roberts. Keith 17S
Robertson, Azizi 72
Robinson. Allen 17£
Robinson. Aziza 151
Robinson. Jason 42. 55, 193, 196
Robinson. Jordan 151
Robinson. Michael 42. 54
Robinson. Nickeesha .«
Robinson, Rosalind 42,53
Robinson, Samuel 42, >m
Robson. Julie 42. 100. 193. 198
Rodick. Heather taj
Rodriguez. Joe 68.82
Rogers. David ^H
Rogers. Elijah 163
Students listening to the candidates during the Homecoming assembly.
ogers, Kenneth 162
ohlke, Stacy 151
ohlke, Terrance 42
oop, Scott 162
oss, Katherine 42, 53. 89. 91. 94, 118
oss. Laura 62, 151
Oth, James 94. 162
outen. Janelle 175
oyce, Jacqueline 162
ucker. DeOnle 151
udder, Deborah 28. 140
ufo, Dominic 175
ufo, Ryan 76, 151
uggles. Rose 151
usso, Joyce 28. 140
usso. Tony 133
yan, Eric 76, 82, 151
yan, Erin 77, 83, 126, 175
ychlik, Jeannette 42
ys, Jennifer 79, 84, 85, 94. 162
ys, Steven 151
uccess in life
abbath, Angela 162
abel, Amber 21,42.53,55,89, 118,192
acko, Kristin 20, 43, 53, 77, 102, 118
acko, Timothy 76, 79, 151
acks, Mike 94
aengchareun, Kongsy 162
ahye, Khemeo 162
albridge, Nick 63
alerno, Amy 189
alisbury. Catherine ... 2, 43, 53, 54, 55, 77, 1 17,
alisbury, Karen 62, 89, 103, 105, 112. 160, 162,
alupo, Amy 64, 162
alupo, Marie 179,189
alvatore, James 151
alvatore, Laurie 21,43,53,55
ampson, Samuel 162
ams, Nicholette 64, 112, 162
amsa, Kristin 13, 14, 21, 43, 53, 55, 64, 85. 203
amsa, Nicole 84. 85. 96. 151. 185
anders, Christopher 162
anders, Dornice 151
anders, Siobhan 97, 151
anderson Jr, John 68,82,99. 162
anelli, Christine 175
anelli, Leanne 151
anicky, Kathryn 151
antiago, Latasha 151
antilli, Sam 61,73, 140, 192
antucci, Nick 162
arns-Gaunt, Colette 4, 43, 53, 55, 95, 118, 120,
arpolis, Ryan 151
as, Jackie ... 21,43,45.54, 118, 127, 184, 193.
as, Jessica 1 1 , 55. 184
artier, Greg 140
awyer, Satasha 96, 162
ayavongsa, Oska ™ 151
:alese, Eric 151
:alese, Jason 162
:alese, Michael 43
Scaparotti, Erica 107, 125, 151
Sceider, Jesse 82
Scheid, Dwight _ . 1 3 9 1
Scheider, Bryan 68, 82. 118. 175
Scheider, Jesse 68, 151
Schied, Dwight 43, 99
Schiffbauer, Nikole 83, 162
Schill, Jeff 43
Schmeling, Bette 49, 140
Schmidt. Brian 162
Schmidt, Jonathan 162
Schmidt, Kristoher 162
Schmidt, Matthew 43
Schneider, Brian 123
Schnell.John ... 58.59.60,61,67, 162, 164, 166
Schonauer, Gregory 76.79, 162, 185
Schossler, Cheryl 140, 192
Schoval, Edward 162
Schroeder, Fred 28, 140
Schultz, Amy 151
Schultz, Dawn 43
Schulz, Dona 140
Schulz, Stephanie 43. 54. 55
Schuster, Eric 182
Schwartz, Dan 94
Schweikert, Paul 175
Schwenke, Pete 6, 59, 80, 81, 140, 183
Science Olympics 103
Scott, Hassan 96. 151
Scott, Heather 43, 54, 55, 76. 104
Scott, Jessica 2, 83. 91. 93, 107, 128, 162
Scott, Maria 36. 43. 77. B1 , 183
Scott, Mediandra 162
Scott, Michael 91
Scott, Tiaunna 151
Scott II, Emeri 162
Sedmak, Mark 151
Segulin, Mickey 103. 140
Seifried, Daniel 101, 112, 120. 121. 123, 162,
164. 185, 208
Seifried, Michael 101. 151
Selvaggio, Nick 140
Senart II, Joseph 43
Senior Awards 189
Senior Divider 18
Seniors 20. 189
Sergo, Julia 83, 151
Serwatka, Jessica 175
Setser, M Shannon 64, 72, 162, 185
Setser, Thomas .. 14, 15,21,43,53,54,55, 104,
108, 137, 193,199
Severino, Jan 140
Shady, Shawn 162
Sharp, Carrie 183
Sharp, Courtney 77, 102, 117, 171. 175, 184
Shavers, Rahman 11, 61, 72, 151
Shaw, Brandon 163, 182
Shaw, Brian 175
Shaw, James 151
Shaw, Krista 96, 151
Shea, Melissa 151
Sheck, Mike 59, 140
Sheehan, Christopher 43
Shelden, Renee 163
Shelton, Kameo 163
Shepherd, Richard 151
Sheridan, Elaine 140, 192
Sheridan, Paula 192
Shiffbauer, Nicole 185
Shippy, Kimberly 175
Shirey, Ross 163
Shkurti, Gentian 151
lore students attending the Homecoming assembly.
Short, Jason 96, 100, 175
Shorter, Katie M 1 32
Show, Big 186
Shtull, Jacob 94
Shuskey, Chad 180
Shy, Mario 91,94, 151
Siedler, Brian 63, 175, 180
Sierputowski, Jeffrey 76, 163
Sierputowski, Katie 10, 40, 43, 115, 210
Simenc, Matthew 72, 151
Simenc, Michael 68, 80, 175
Simic, Kathy 175
Simicevic, Ivana 175
Simpson, Jim 141
Simpson, Lonnie 43, 99
Simpson Jr, Albert 58. 59, 80, 182
Sims, Jabari 43
Sims, Shelesta 175
Ski Club 102
Skok, Elizabeth 84, 85, 125, 151
Skok, Jason 88, 91, 94, 97, 163
Slabe, Matthew 163
Slade, Robert 45. 76
Slagle, Christopher 68, 82, 95, 96, 123. 170, 175
Slamic, Allen 71. 72, 143. 175
Slepsky, Daniel 91. 94. 163
Slogar, Michael 163
Slogar, Mike 72
Slogar, Rebecca 59, 151
Slusser, Anne 73, 163, 184
Smarsh, John 96. 175
Smerdel, Leland 163
Smialek, Jamie 183
Smialek, Jill 69.81, 175. 176. 183
Smiciklas, Rachel 91. 92, 97. 107. 125. 163
Smith, Aaron 151
Smith, Anthony 141, 175
Smith, Christina 45
Smith, Clarence 163
Smith, Daniel 163
Smith, Emmanuel 70, 71, 72, 163, 182
Smith, Frank 175
Smith, Gladys 94
Smith, Kelly 183
Smith, Kimberly 175
Smith, Leon 61, 151
Smith, Marlon 151
Smith, Phillip 89
Smith, Re'Tina 163
Smith, Regina 73, 163
Smith, Robert 141
Smith, Ryan 163
Smith, Shayla 97, 163
Smith, Wayne 28, 141
Snaders, Mikai! 97
Snyder, David 94
Snyder, Tomika 163
Sohlberg, Niklas 45, 54, 63, 80, 104, 118
Soini, Thomas 57,69, 60. 72. 163
Solema, David 89. 94. 97. 123. 163
Solema, Nicholas .... 45, 101, 118. 120, 121, 123,
Solema, Paul 45,76, 110, 121, 193, 199
Solnosky, April 45
Soltesz, Christina 120,121,141
Soltesz, Frank 28. 78.79, 141. 182
Sorriento, Paola 151
Southall, Raphiel 163
Spada, Anthony 175
Spada, John 163
Spangler, Raymond 175
Spanulo, Jillian 151
Sparks, Tiffany 151
Spears, Valerie 45
Spears, Vickie 163
Spencer, Antonio 151
Spencer III, Eddie 151
Spiga, Barbara 127, 141
Spikes, Jay 151
Spivey, Shamuire 105. 118, 137
Spooner, David 45
Spooner, Tracy 163
Sports Divider 56
Stadler, Veronica 141
Stahre, Alison 77, 102, 118. 175. 184
Stambaugh. Suzanne 175
Stanco, David 141
Stanford, Mitchell 45, 54
Stanic, Abby 84, 85, 123. 163, 164
Stanic, Derek 45, 54, 68, 80, 192
Stanic, Kurt 132
Stansberry, Kristen 151
Stavange, Joel 176
Steele's Garage 211
Steelman, Lyle 18, 36, 46, 54, 55, 91
Stefanie, Gwen 91
Stenger, Erik 151
Stern, Chnsta 46, 54
Stern. Julie 94
Stern, Lynne 64, 103, 107. 163. 208
Stewart, Adrian 176
Stewart, Christine IPpi
Stewart, Delmar 6, 11,46,58,59
Stewart, Shondra 151
Stigamier. Dale 46, 54, 63. 185
Stigamier, Paul 151
Still, Marquis 46, 55
Stobierski, Julie 65, 123. 137, 151.208
Stobierski. Kathleen 14. 128. 154. 176,208
Stobinski. Judy 119.141,192
Stone. Nicole 152
Story, Curtis 152
Stout, Matthew 163 I
Stout, Michael 46
Strah, Courtney 7, 100, 113, 119, 125, 171, 176,
Strater. Henry 94
Streifl, Beth 94, 104
Streiff, Fritz 186x-
Streifl, Kathryn 91, 152
Strell. Nicholas 163
Stneff, Fritz ^Sigm
Strodtbeck. Owen 91. 94, 152
Stuber. Kelly 163
Student Council 124
Student Council Ad 212
Student Life Divider '6s
Stumpf, David 1*i|
Suchy. Angela 46.64, 184
Suchy, Michael 72, 152
Sudama, Vishantie 163
Sukis. Donald 163
Sulecki Jr. Creighton ... 46. 53. 95, 98. 109, 120,
Sullivan, Norman 16jp
Sustar, Thomas 163
Sustin, Mike 77. 141, 183
Sustin, Wendy 64
Svetlik. Bonnie 94
Swansegar, Jill 2,8,77, 110, 117, 118, 125, 176,
Sweeney, Tom 181
Swetel, Jacobrobert 163
Swetel, Jeremiah 46, 121
Swift, Sean 152
Switalski, Anthony 176
Switalski, Sharon 163
Swope, Pete 62
Swyt, James 7, 46, 59, 76
Szuhay, Benjamin 94
ime is something
students think they
have a lot of
Tabb, David 46
Tagged, Jamon 61
Taksar, Dennis 152
Taksar, Kevin 109, 176, 182
Tamburro. Stephanie 152
Tanner, Catrina 163, 183
Taplin, Lisa 126. 176
Tate, Nicholas 176
Tate, Remona 163
Tavakoli, Omid 76. 152
Taylor, Anita 96
Taylor, Brandon 176
Taylor, Carnell 176
Taylor, Chara 152
Taylor, Colleen 46, 54. 184
Taylor, Darrell 46
Taylor, Gilbert 89.95,101, 121, 123
Taylor, Jamee 46,81, 183
Taylor, Kelly 176
Taylor, Lakesha 125, 176
Taylor, Lloyd 152
Taylor, Tamsen 176
Taylor, Tina 46
Taylor II, Gilbert 46, 120
Taylor III, Fred 152
Team, Drill 106
Tedla, Semere 152
Telich, Patrick 46
Tell, Arlisha 163
Tennis, Boy's 185
Tennis, Girl's 62
Tercek, Lynette 141
Terrance, Ayo Fenii 152
Terrell, Lucious 176
Tetlow, Derrick 72, 152
Thaxton, Louis 152
Thaxton, Thaddeus 163
TheilJr, Michael 163
Thomas, Danielle 46
Thomas. Donte 59, 176
Thomas, Faith 46. 54. 97
Thomas, Heather 163
Thomas, Jennifer 171
Thomas. Lakeith 61, 152
Thomas, Michelle 47
Thomas, Shalyn 176
Thompson, Brian 47
Thompson, Janiece 97. 152
Thompson, Julia 87.89,91, 163, 185
Thurman. April 163
Tilk, James 176
Timm, Ronald 47. 54. 127
Timm, Ro6anne 176
Timmons, Jason 72, 152
Timmons, Mirl 152
Tinker. Amber 152
Tirabassi, Michael 79,94. 152
Tirabassi. Nicholas 79. 91. 94. 176
Tisdale, Rashan 97
Tisi, David 4,47,54.94.97. 118.209
Tisi. Mary 77, 152
Tizzano. Diane .... 3. 28. 86, 88. 94, 96. 130, 141.
Tkac. Carol 28. 141
Tocarchick. Diana 153
Todd. Ebony 153
Tolliver, Jason 163
Tomic. John 91
Tomlinson, Terry 163
Tomsic. Martin ... 11. 14,82,88,91,94, 11B, 176
Torrelli, Chris 28, 105, 141, 192
Torrence, Jerrod 176
Tot, Ana 163
Toth, Alex 28,141, 192
Track, Indoor 80
Tracy, Mary 153
Trafford, Nicholas 176
Tramsak. Kimberly 164
Tran, Jacqueline 47, 118, 125
Trapp, Vaughn 47. 54. 55. 72
Traven, January 176
Travick. Carmen 164
Trepal. Scott 56. 66. 67, 76, 164
Tribby. Kimberly 141
Trobenter. Joseph 79
Troha. Stephanie 126. 176
Trzcinski, Chnstopher 91.94, 176
Trzcinski, Joe 94
Tucceri. Joe 180
Tucker, Bobby 164
Tucker, Candy 176
Tucker. Clinton 72.153
Tucker. Jacob 153
Turk, Pat 131. 141
Turkall. Dennis 72. 141, 180
Turman, Adam 47. 54. 55
Turman. Kevin 153
Turman, Scott 176
Turner, Chauncey 153
Turner, Lakisha 164
Tutolo. Amanda 164, 185
Tyler Jr. Ronald 59. 61, 164
reminders to under-
Udovich. Jillian 77, 153
Udovich, Lisa 8,77. 117. 118, 125, 177, 184
Ulle. Janet 141, 142. 192
Ulle. Michael 72
Ulle, Robyn 72. 100. 177, 184
Underclass Divider 142
Urban, Knsten 91,92, 153
Urh. Lydia 47, 91, 92, 123
Urich. Vicki 92
arsity sports had a
Valencic, Cynthia 141
Valentine, Courtney 113, 153
Valentine. Michael 58, 59, 142, 177
Van Ho, K. F 132
Van Ho, Tara 179
Van Ho, Valerie 98, 99, 120, 121, 129, 138. 143,
Vance, Dana .. 47, 54. 77, 85, 100, 184, 193, 199
Vaslavsky, Sheri 164
Vauters, Lydia 153
Vazquez. Angelica 153
Vega, Cristina 177
Vegal, John 47, 55
Verch, Michael 76.78,79,91.94. 164
Veres. Alicia 165
Veres, Andy 94
Vetovitz. Catherine 89, 141
Vevercic. Elizabeth 126
Via. Sara 153
Vicic, Todd 47
Vidra, Bryan 63. 153
Vincenti, Erin 19, 47, 54, 55, 59, 67. 118. 126
Virgies Jr. Tommie 25. 59, 60, 72, 165, 182
VitoloJr, Dennis 9,47, 76, 185, 193, 199
Vohnout, Chnstopher 165
Voices ol New Life 97
Vol). Devon 112,165
Volpe. Christina 153
Von Benken, Bill 28, 141, 192. 210
Vrabel, Matthew 14
Vurbic. Drina 177
Vurusic, Elizabeth 177
Vuyancih. Brian 47. 54. 193. 199
Vuyancih, Michael 165
Vuyancih. Patrick 74, 73, 141
I aiting for the future
is how too many
young people spend
Waddell, Michael 72, 153
Wade, Alexis 177
Wade, Karen 81. 165, 183
Waganek, Kirk 47
Waganek, Shawn 47,54,55
Wahl. John 177
Wai Napolo 107
Jamie Greskowiak, Jessica D'Apice. Dan Bergolc, Ann Feidkamp and Brian
Gecewich having fun at the N.H.S. luncheon.
John Morris, Kelly Kontra, Mandy Mc Peek and Pat Grisez waiting to have
their picture taken at Winterfest.
Waina, Jason 1 1 , 76, 82, 1 1 1 , 1 1 8, 1 77, 205
Waina, Jennifer 47, 54, 77, 83, 118, 204, 205
Waina, Melissa 77, 102, 109, 153, 205
Walker, Andrerw 153
Walker, Andrew 76
Walker, Bernadette 153
Walker, Kathleen 2, 10, 14,45,47,54,77,81,95,
104, 118. 125. 183. 188. 193, 199
Walker, Lakeshia 47
Walker, Steven 177
Walker, Timothy 47
Walker., Tom 55
Wallace, Candace 165
Walland, Kelly 153
Walsh, Robert 91. 94. 153
Walsmith, Robert 28
Walter. Timothy 58, 59, 100, 180
Walton Jr, Rodney 165
Walton-Terrell, Ramone . 10. 57. 59. 60. 72. 165,
Ware, Terrance 153
Warman, Connie 141
Warner, Eugene 182
Warren, Taunon 72. 177
Washington, Eddie 165
Washington. Jewell 67, 177
Washington, Lashunda 118, 176, 177
Washington, Monique 165
Wasylyk, Matt 141
Watkins, Demetrius 177
Watkins, Jason 11.57.60,95.154,177
Watson, Terrance 177
Watts, Tahnesha 165
Way, David At
Webb, Loren 177, 182
Webster. Tatiana 73, 15;
Weeams. Najah 177
Weems. Jenea 77,81. 177. 18!
Weems, LeTrese 177
Weglarz, Thomas 15!;
Weidensall, Joshua 117. 15C
Wein, Anna8, 12. 13.48,54.81.84. 119. 183. 18
Wein, Ursula 57, 69, 112. 125, 165. 18;
Weinbrecht, Amy 14.88,91.94, 117. 15;
Weinbrecht, Beth48. 88. 89. 91, 94, 118. 193. 19!
Weintraub, Timothy 165
Wells, Chanita 97, 15;
Wells, Coretta ISC-
Wells Jr, Kenneth 177
Welsh, Kevin 76. 16£
Wendam. Dennis 61
Wensing, Dan 49, 141. 195
Wesley, Precious 129, 15C-
Westbrooks Jr, Ray 15C-
Westerfield, Howard 58. 59. 67. 177. 18C
Wheeler, Ebony 81, 97, 177. 1BC-
Wheeler. Tamara 177
White, Amiara 15;
White, Christopher 4, 20, 21 , 48, 54, 56, 63, 102
104, 118. 125. 137. 178, 180. 193. 200
White, Jamil ISC-
White, Johnny ISC-
White, Joseph H 15C
White, Laurianna 15C
White, Matthew 4f
White, Michael 177
White, Tonya 15C
Mike Miklavcic, Allison Metti, Becky Hren, Matt De Wine, Lynn Stern, Dan
Seifried, Matt Monda and Karen Salisbury and Kathy Stobierski, Eric
Schuster, Terry Kontra, Julie Stobierski, Tom Bauza and Angela Grida
White, Vemadette 97, 177, 183
/Vhitely. Julie 64, 67. 165, 185
Whitmore, Angel 153
Whitney, De Juan 165
Whitsett, Gilbert 153
/Vhitsett, Terreia 177
Whittaker, Benjamin 177
Widar, Matthew 177
Wiggins, Jennifer 177
Wilcox, Eddie 177, 180
Wilkerson, Leonard 48, 54. 55
Wilkerson, Michael 165, 182
Williams, Anthony 153
Williams, Bertha 141
Williams, Camille 165
Williams, Derek 61, 153
Williams, Diana 165
Williams, Eric 61
Williams, James 48
Williams, Jennifer 103, 165. 183
Williams, Joe 182
Williams, Kalicia 165
Williams, Marcus 72, 153
Williams, Maria 64, 73, 75. 165
Williams, Noel 165
Williams, Robert 48,54
Williams, Tamerah 48
Williams, Tanisha 129.177
Williams II. Oral 165
Williamson, Derrick 153
Willis, Adrienne 177
Willis, Jamikka 165
Willis, Jennifer 177
Villoughby, Todd 165
Wilson, Anthony 48, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 124, 125,
Wilson, Detric 48, 59, 193. 200
Wilson, Jamie 165
Wilson, Marianne . 48, 54, 83, 117, 118, 193, 200
Wilson. Michelle 83,91.92. 153
Wilson. Russell 153
Wise, John 165
Wise, Kellie 89, 153
Witherspoon. Kevin 153
Witten. Denise 48, 54, 84
Witten. Derek 165
Witten. Erica 94, 153
Wolchko, John 76. 177
Wolenski. Cerrissa 153
Wolf, Mary 178
Womick, Brandon 165
Woodall, Erick 165
Woodard. Todd 54
Woodard Jr. Anthony 48
Woodford, Beau 177
Woodruff, Barnett 153
Woodruff, De'Chella 165
Woods. Aprielle 87,94, 153
Woods, Dante 177
Woods, Douglas 153
Woods, Gabrielle 91
Woyton, Christina 165
Wright, Tabitha 153
Wright, Tequilla 165
Wright, Terry 153
Wurm, Faye 177
Wurm, Gwen 48, 54, 55
ou are the key to your
fancy, Andren 80
fannaras. Nikki 89, 112, 165
fannaras, Steven 103, 118, 176, 177
farbrough. Nichole 164, 165
Parish. Victoria 95, 96, 97, 165
fatsko. Melissa 177
fork, Richard 69. 80, 81, 141, 183
foung, Devito 165
foung, Jacqueline 7, 89, 177
foung, Kelly 165
foung, Tamarah 165 -
foung, Tawana 48
furcich, Mike 55
furich, Vickie 91
igging and zagging
gets you through the
halls between classes
Marianne 165, 185
!agar Incorporated 211
!ahorsky, Melmda 165
!ahurak, Melissa 153
^avesky, Dave 94
!biegien, Daniel 177
Zdanowicz, Michael 103. 177, 180
Zele, Autumn 153
Zele, Shannan 165
Zellhofer, Michael 165
Zellhofer, Theresa 177
Zeman, Douglas 11. 48, 54, 55, 76, 79, 104, 180,
Zemba, Sharon 177
Zetic, Cable 83
Zevnik, Geoffrey 63, 79. 177
Zevnik, Joe 180
Zgrabik III, Richard 48
Zielinski, Michael 4,88,91,94, 177
Zivnoska, Ed 180, 181
Zivnoska, Michael ... 6, 14, 41 , 48. 49. 55, 58. 59,
Zorman, Brian .... 78, 79, 131, 137, 142, 177, 180
Zorman, Timothy 11, 48, 54, 88, 91, 94. 193, 200
Zrim, Mark 180
Zubek, Lisa 165
Zucca, Ron 28, 184
Zupancic, Jaime 165
Zupancic, Jason 165
Seniors lining up for their panoramic picture.
Elizabeth Kulcsar and Joe Barzal enjoying each other's company at Winterfest.
Christy Gecewich and Kristin Urban
waiting for their dates and Jill
Swansegar and Mark Browne dancing
N.H.S. adviser, Ms. Lisa Howell and Jamie Greskowiak discussing plans for a
Dave Tisi, Alexandra Brinovec and Nick Solema
practicing for Academic Challenge. Index
hon Thank You
Josten's Printing and Publishing Division
at State College, Pennsylvania printed the
650 copies of the 1997 Euclidian. The book
was printed on Gloss 191 paper stock and
included 48 pages of full color. All pages were
created using the Aldus PageMaker® 5.0
program running on a Macintosh Ilsi computer
that had 17 megabytes of RAM, a 540 megabyte
hard drive and a Daystar Powercache 50
megahertz accelerator card with math
coprocessor installed. The pages were backed-up
onto a 88 megabyte Syquest removable hard disk.
A 21" black and white, two page monitor made
page layouts much easier. A second Macintosh
Ilsi computer with 1 7 megabytes of RAM and a
Video Spigot card was networked to the first.
Both computers were running System 7.1, Digital
images were imported either directly from a Sony
Mavica MVC-A10 Still Video Camera into the
Video Spigot or were scanned in from a photo-
graph using a 600 dpi scanner. The images were
processed using Adobe Photoshop® which had
Kai's Power Tools® plug-ins installed. Graphics
were produced using Aldus Freehand®, Type
Styler® and Microsoft Works®. The index was
made using the Josten's program. Last Name
First®. The pages were recorded on 3.5 inch
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hard copy was printed on a Hewlett Packard
LaserJet III printer. The hardcopy and disks were
sent to Josten's who stripped in the photos and
produced the final copy on a Linotronic printer.
The first deadline was submitted on a Syquest
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The rest of the deadlines were submitted on 3.5
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Josten's Art Department. Pages were supposed
to be submitted to the plant on five deadlines:
November 4, November 25, December 30,
January 27, and February 24. The first and
second deadlines were submitted on December 5
since the senior pictures were late in coming. The
third deadline was submitted on December
19. The pages were submitted as double page
spreads. All the color pages had to be in the first
deadline since their production entailed so much
work. Since the final deadline was in late
February, nothing that occurred after that time
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The staff of the 1997Euclidian would like
to extend thanks to all who helped to
make this book possible. First and
foremost, thanks have to go to the adviser, Mr.
Von Benken for the many long hours of hard
work and planning that had to be put in to get the
entire operation going and to keep it going.
Others to be thanked are: Ohio School Pictures,
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 Elston for all the time
she spent arranging photography dates and
supplying needed materials, Joannne Hodder
and Joan Linderman and Ben Pasquale for all
the time and work they did trying to get the
senior pictures arranged and taken, all the writers
and photographers who contributed their time,
and last but not least, the entire student body at
Euclid High School without which this book
could not exist.
Many people helped in some way
with the 1997 Euclidian. Some
wrote stories while others worked on
the laying out of the book while others helped in
the mailing of letters. Some of the students who
did some work were Lori Mitskavich, Courtney
Strah, Erin Patterson, Katie Sierputowski,
Paa-Kofi Obeng, Hosea Mburu Mr. Von
The 1996-97 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.
Colette Sarns-Gaunt explains to Valerie Van Ho how
her face got disfigured by the acid in the Fall Play.
Brad Hodge and Kelly Hiscott were having a good
time during Halloween.
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