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T^abk of Contents 




Student Life 6 



Seniors 18 



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Activities 86 



Academics 130 



Underclass 142 



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EUCLIDIAN 





Euclid High School 



711 East 222nd Street 



Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Volume 49 



(216) 261-2900 



Enrollment 2007 




John Schnell wondered what would happpen if he used 
a vacuum aspirator to suck on his cheek. Sue King and 
Niki Yannaras got a kick out of watching John trying 
to pull the filter tlask off of his cheek and leaving him 
with a neat hickey. 




uestions.. .questions. ..questions. Wherever you go in life everyone has 
I always been faced with questions. A person has to respond to all the 
stimuli that they are exposed to. Many people react irrationally and 
becai!fe of that have to live with some bad decisions. If you had a good supply of 
information, however, you could react in a more logical manner and have a better 
chance of arriving at an outcome that would be more favorable. A person has the 
opportunity to learn many things throughout their high school days. If they use the 
knowledge that they were exposed to they should be able to make decisions that 
, would be beneficial to them throughout their lives. 



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Coaches. Chet 
Chris Howell 

team is using. 




Theme 



Erika Jame.s and Jenny Hansen have questions about how they are going to be able to 
accomplish everything they want lo in life. 

Megan Novinc and Allison Penko want to help out any students who have questions about Key 
Club. 




Nolan and Mike Rezzolla try to answer questions that 
and Al Simpson have about the offense that the other 



Allison Metti has no questions about the value that she Christy Peacock knows why she is spending her 
is eettina out of the time she is spending on the tennis extracumcular time performing at tootball games with 

; - the Majorettes. 



Theme 




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When Cedric Carstarphen got hit and had to come out of the game in pain, he had 
questions about whether or not he could play again. After a few minutes rest, though, he was 
able to get back into the game. 





Gina Prodan and John Copic are looking for answwers in iheir chemistry experi- 
ment. 

Head Coach. Tom Banc, i.s explaining the answers to some of Mike Creer's 
questions between plays during a game. 

Katie Kolar and Mary Tisi are trying to find the answers to getting the ball down 
the field. 



Theme 




STUD 



Megan Ballinger fights for the 
hall during a soccer match. 

Fans waiting for a football 
game to begin. 

Majorettes on the field before 
the game begins. 

Matt Hiscott, Mike Zielinski. 
Jen Rys, and Chris Majle 

playing before the game 
begins. 



The life of a typical Euclid student ca^H 
be very hectic and confusing at times. 
The school year began with the stu- 
dents trying to get their schedule worked 
out so that they were taking the classes that 
they had signed up to take. After that they 
had to figure how to get from class to class 
by the appropriate route so that lockers 
could be visited and friends could be met in 
the allotted time between classes. Students 
made new friends in their classes as the 
year progressed. There were many athletic 
activities and clubs that the students could 
attend throughout the year. Doing home- 
work and attending afterschool activities 
such as jobs or service organizations took 
up much time. A student had a lot of activi- 
ties to spend their titne on throughout the 
year. 




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Megan Novinc, 
Erin Patterson, 
Susan King and 
Karen Salisbury 

ind that the 
Survey takes up 
much of their 
lime, 

Bel<l<a Borchert 
and Erin Gady 

panicipate in 
athletics as well 
as work in the 
classroom. 

Rachel Smicklas, 
Jennifer Barker, 
Shannon (ilatz, 
Rachel Blevins. 
Angela Tucci, 
Celeste 

Arrmstrong and 
Tabitha 

Polachek commit 
much of their 
after school time 
to the Flag Corps. 

The football team 
spends much time 
preparing 
themselves for 
their games each 
week. 







A student's life can be very busy 






Top: Advisers. Mrs. Barbara Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis help students in A.F.S. club learn about people 

in other countries. 

Top right; Students in Varsity Chorale get to perforin at football games by singing the National Anthem and 

the Alma Mater. 

Above; Flag Corps helps make the half time show more interesting. 

Right; Allison Hrovat spends some of her time after school on the tennis team. 



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Amber 
Coglej sets 
up the ball so 
that Allysson 
Kume! can 
spike it over 
the net. 





Above: M arissa Mukavetz enjoys her time as a 
Flag Corps member. 

Above right: Karen Salisbury returns a ball 
during a tennis match. 

Right: Michelle Heising, Margaret Corcoran, 
Lauren Arnold, Abby Stanic and Natalie Beck at 

attention during the playing of the National 
Anthem. 

■ Below: Courtney Strah brings the ball down 
against the defender. 

K Below right: Fans in the stands during a football 
I game. 





Far left; Jill Swansegar dribbles 
the ball down while Melissa 
Waina watches in the back. 

Left: Megan Novinc getting ready 
to return the ball. 

I Lower left: The boy's cross 
country team beginning a race at 
Chapin Forest. 

Far lower left: Denny Bosher, 
Becky Codec and Pat Grisez 

waiting for class to begin. 

Bottom left: Erin Kilkenney and 
Dan Kerestesy enjoying time in 
their class together. 

Bottom: Tony Fisher making it 
around the left side of the line on 
the way to one of his many 
touchdowns. 




Panthers rip South 56-0 



The South Rebels proved no match 
during the 1997 Homecoming 
football game. The game was tied at 
zero for two minutes before Terrence 
Moore made it into the end zone on a 44 
yd run. The rest of the game saw Tony 
Fisher running up and down the field 
scoring four times by rushing (51, 10,22, 
35 yd runs) and twice by pass receptions 
(61 and 22 yd) before Tom Soini scored the 
last touchdown in a 56-0 rout. The game 
was played on a cool, calm, clear evening 
and was climaxed by the full moon rising 
in the east over the visitors bleachers. It 
was a perfect evening for a perfect game as 
far as the Panthers were concerned. 




Hall of Fame inductee, Mr. Robert Ramlow, gets a 
hug from senior quarterback, Fred Bush during 
halftime ceremonies. 



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Homecoming 




Homecoming Queen. Lauren Arnold, escorted by her parents, 
was introduced at the football game. 



Homecoming King, Matt O'Hara. escorted 
by his parents was introduced at the football 
game. 




Sandra Mowery, Kelly Baylog, Jackie Hayes, Jillian 
Udovich, Andrew Walker. Amy Weinbrecht, Martin 
Tomsic, Rachel Dixon, Jennifer Rys, Chris Carlson 
LincJ Aaron Smith show off their hats during Hat Day 
durins Hiinieconiins Week. 



Above: Students making lots of noise during the Pep Rally that was 

held to honor the Fall sports teams before the Homecoming football 

game. 

Below; Martin Tomsic, Mike Reilly and Mike Zielinski playing their 

trio in Live ami Let Die. 




Top: Sophomore Attendant. Lindsay Nagode escorted by 
her father and above. Junior Attendant. Leah Cherne. 

escorted by her mother were introduced at the football 



Tony Fisher 

scoring one of his 
six touchdowns 
durins the 2ame. 



Homecoming Dance takes attendees to Tinsel Town 



The theme of Homecoming 1997 was 
"Hollywood Stars". Black and gold 
stars, along with a replica of the 
Hollywood sign, and miniature Emmy 
awards filled the E-Room ballroom. 
Almost 650 people danced the night away. 
The voting for Queen and King and Court 
took place at the dance and midway 



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through the evening the Homecoming court 
was announced. Candidates for Sophomore 
Attendant were Lindsey Nagode and Nicole 
Samsa. Junior candidates were Charmaine 
Allen and Leah Cheme. Queen Candidates 
were Lauren Arnold, Karen Lemieux, 
Jenea Weems, Ebony Wheeler and Sarah 
Keller. King candidates were Tony Fisher 



and Matt O'Hara. Lauren Arnold was 

crowned Queen and Matt O'Hara was 
King. Leah Cheme was Junior Attendant 
and Lindsey Nagode was Sophomore 
Attendant. The dance was a great success 
and an enjoyable evening for everyone 
involved. 

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Far left: King. 
Matt O'Hara 

and Queen, 
Lauren Arnold 

dance together 
after being 
announced as 
winners. 

Lett: Holly 
Douglas, Dawn 
MerritI and Cris 
Maddox show off 
their dresses. 

Beiiiw: Lynn 
Stern, Craig 
Sulecki, Liz 
Montague, Fred 
Dworning, 
Michelle Fine 
and Oral 
Williams were 
only a few of the 
people that 
enjoyed 
Homecoming. 

Bottom: Students 
dancing together 
during one of the 
slow dances. 




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SENIO 



Allison Mc Clain knows 
many of the benefits of being 
a senior. 

Antonina Fiorelli and Jenny 
Cicco ha\ e done many things 
together while they attended 
Euclid High School 

Sarah Keller has many fond 
memories of e\ ents that ha\ e 
occurred during her time in 
high school. 

Class is an excellent time for 
friends to get together and talk 
about the events that occurred 
during the weekend. 




Students working in class to try to get the 
most of their education. 



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Senior Divider 





£^ enior year was both an exciting and an anxious time for a student. It was exciting 
^^ since seniors are the top class in the school, the people that everyone looked up to, 
Vs^ the people who were soon to be graduated. But it was also a time when many 
important decisions had to be made. What classes should be taken? What was going on 
after graduation? Were they going to college? Which colleges should be applied to? How 
could they afford to do what they want to do? Do they have to get a job right away? How 
would they react to all the stimuli that they were presented with? Senior year was a fun 
time but it was also filled with questions that made it difficult for those who thought 
ahead. 




Karen Gnandt and Kourtney Highland working on Jacqueline Young, Terreia Whitsett and Howard Westerfield try to learn something about history 
their computers in order to become better trained in a from Mr. Rob Heramb. 

more technical world. 



Senior Divider 



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. 





Left: Lisa Udovich, Matrika Johnson and Betsy 
Gibbons know that eating a good lunch will help 
them through their classes. 

Below left: Students at the assembly where they 
heard about the Blue Angels. 

Below: Christy Gecewich knows that a clean locker 
can help her get to her classes with the correct 
materials. 





Rachel Ackley Andrew Aquilano Bryan Arendt Bradford Armstrong Lauren A. Arnold 






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Rashaad Bandy Charmaine Banks Kevin Banks 




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Christina Barquinero Cliff Bartlett 



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Kristin Bell Shavon Bell Najida Besley 




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Truceilla Besses Monica Bitner Thomas Blackburn William Bluhm Akita R. Booker 



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Denny Bosher 



Jessica Bowser Kristina Brewer Shaun Brochak 




Pandora Dana 



Jeffrey Brown Kimyashia Brown 



Larry Brown 



Michael Bruno 




Norine Bryant William Buchannon Clifton Bunton Christopher Burrell Emanuel Burton III 




Frederick Bush III Richard Butera 



Jeff Cahill 



Jennifer Capretta Amanda Carleton 




Seniors ( 23 




Ne'Quinne Chielo Jennifer Ann Cicco Shannon Clark Tiffany Clark \ Kevin 



Banks 




Bridgette Cofield 



Amber Cogley Joseph Colantonio 



Jamie Cole 



April Comer 






Michael Creer Rebecca Crismor Shaun Cummings Tynnyshia Curtis Alan Cvetovac 




Pandora Dana Richard Dattilo James Davies 



Darnell Davis Johnathan Davis 




Tayonna Davis Matthew De Wine Ericka D. Dennis Jonathan Dennis Regan Dent 







Patrick Di Lalla 



Melissa Dick 



Sean Dlugos Richard Dotson Rashida Dowd 



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Jessica L. Doyle 



Jim Duer 




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Zineta Duheric 



Darrius Durr 



Rashaad Durrah 




April Dworning Michael Echon Christopher Eddy Andrew Edmonds Ronnie Edmonds Jr. 




Saif Edmondson 



Keri Eidinc 



Leah Ellis 



Yelonda Ellis 



Jessica Elmore 




Colleen Fee 



James Fernatt 



Antonina Fiorelli Antoine Fisher Daniel Fitzpatrick 



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Erin M. Flynt Monique Fofanah 




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Stephanie Fox 



Milton Franklin III 




Mark Frederick 



Donna Fuller 




Emily Freeh 



Tyria Freeman De Auna Frierson 



John Fuduric 




Raychaun Fuller Christine Fulton Charles Galati Vanessa Gallman 




Jarod Ganser Tonya Gardner 



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Kelly Gavin Christine Gecewich 




Seniors ( 27 




Erica Gentile Elizabeth A. Gibbons Chacity Gilliam 



Karen Gnandt 



Rovena Gnjatic 




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Tim Goerndt Christopher Cooden Donte Goodwin Jennifer L. Grabianowski 




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Danielle Grande Brian Grant Angela Marie Grida James Grinstead Patrick J. Crisez 





Maurice Hairston Edward Haller Joshua Hammond Amanda Harris 



Desiree Harris 



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Destiny Harris 



Terry Harris 



Tiffany Harris Stephany C. Hasberry t^raig Hatcher 




Jennifer Hausen 



Craig Heiss Kevin Hendrickson Cara Heppner 



Ryan Heramb 




Juan Hernandez Thomas Heuer 



Michael Higgins Kourtney Highland 




Berry Hill 



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Deandre Hill 



Andrew Hilton Wakako Hirata Angenette Holiness 



Shaun Holness 




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Christopher Holtz Shayla Hooks Steven Horton Romero Howard Amy Howell 

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Allison Hrovat Kenneth Humphrey Eugene Hunter 



Tiffany Hurt 




Kimberly Hutton Shmere Ingram 



Tiffany Ivey 



Azizi Hutson 




Darice Ivory 



Nicole Jackson 




Margaret Jakse 



Jim Janosik 



Kimberly Jenkins Mikia Philpott Jenkins Garrett Jerousek 




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Michael Jochum 



Cedric Johnson David Johnson Johnny Johnson Kimberly Johnson 




Matrika Johnson Riki Johnson Michael Jolly Tiffany Jordan Phillip Kaminski 




Kristen Kascak Stephanie Kazar Sarah M. Keller Gregory Kelley Tyrone Kenner 





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Daniel Kerestesy 



Erin Kilkenney 



Curtis Koeth Kellv A. Kontra Terry Kontra 




Seniors ( 3 1 







Matthew Koons 



Michael Kreischer 



Denise La Riccia 




Frederick Kope Kimberly Kosovich Chrissy Kovacevich 

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Jacob Kovit 




Gannon Kuery 



Michael Kulcsar 



Michelle Kumel Katy L. Kunsman 




Ronetta La Shore 



Renee Latsch 



Barry Lawrence Naqueta Lawshea 




James Lee 



Karen B. Lemieux 



Louis Lindic 



Andy Ludvik 



Terrance Maddox 




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Keila Malone Ryan Maloney Quiana Martin Tracy Martarello 



Jason May 




Allison M. Mc Clain Maureen Mc Cluskey Matt Mc Dermott Michael Mc Donald J'^^'" ^c Graw 






Daniel Medves Anildo Melicio Ellen Melicio Danielle Merritt Allison L. Metti 





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Amanda Meyer Ericka Mikolajski Mike Milde 



Michael Miller 




Ouida Mims 



Seniors ( 33 




Lori M. Mitskavich Jacqueline Montgomery Robin Moore 



Shane Moore 



Terrance Moore 




Erin Morrison 



Reggie Mosley 



Matthew Moster Marissa Mukavetz Katrina Katriece Murphy 




Michaelann Murphy Sean Nelson Emily Novak 



Lewis Nunley 



Mollv O'Brien 




Cathleen O'Grady Matthew O'Hara 



Michael O'Neill 



Janet Ortiz 



Sherelle Owens 




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Nicholas Owes Jr. Vennie Palmer Michael I'aoloni Anna Paradzik Nina Parrino 




Zinal Patel Erin Patterson Nicole Patterson Maureen Pavicic Anne Payrchin 




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Christy Peacock Ozzie Penn Jr. 



Lori Penny 



Michelle Penny Anthony Penza 




Georgian Peric Kathryn Pettit 



Rachel Pettit 



Jeremy Pfahl 



Todd Pfeifer 




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WHAT'S ACROSS THE OCEAN? 

Several seniors experienced it in their travels 



Gina Prodan and Ben Whittaker were 
chosen to participate in a student ambassa 
dor program which took them to the United 
Kingdom and Ireland. The trip was a three week 
excursion from June 20 - July 1 1, 1997. The first stop 
was Scotland where they had the opportunity to play 
on the Old Course at St. Andrews, tour Edinburgh 
Castle, indulge in Scottish dancing, and experience 
Scottish homestays. 
Two days were spent in Wales climbing many hills; 



viewing the sights of Hadrian's Wall, Slate Caverns, 
and Conwy Castle; and going for a toboggan ride. 
A week was spent in Ireland where Irish hospitality was 
exhibited with homestays. The group visited Dublin, St. 
Patrick's Cathedral, Trinity College, Kilmainham Gael, 
Waterford Crystal Factory, and quite a bit more. They 
also had Irish dancing and Gaelic singing lessons and an 
opportunity to kiss the Blarney stone. 
London. England was the finale of the trip. The group 
had a complete tour of the city; an opportunity to sit in 



on British Parliament, visit the Tower of London and see 

the Crown Jewels. Additional sites were Tower Bridge, 

Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster 

Abbey, Big Ben, Tate Gallery, Trafalgar Square, Harrod's 

Department Store, Oxford University, Picadilly Circus, 

and Gina's personal mecca, Covent Gardens. 

It was an educational and simply unforgettable trip for 

everyone. 

-Gina Prodan 



Big Ben was one of the 
sights that Gina Prodan 
and Ben Wliittalier saw 

while they were in 
London. 

Mr. Jeff Hartmann was 

voted the favorite teache: 
by the most students. 

Below: Sliamuire Spivey 

working hard in the 
Library so she can do well 
in her classes. 




Gina Prodan and Ben Whittaker and the rest of their group at Queen Victoria's Memorial in London. 



WHO'S YOUR FAVORITE TEACHER? 

Seniors revealed who they liked the most 



The seniors were polled as to who their 
favorite teacher was. Almost fifty 
teachers recieved at least one vote 
which indicated that many of Euclid's staff 
appeal to some of the student body. The 
winner this year was Mr. Jeff Hartman. 
Second place was occupied by Mrs. Carol 
Tkac. Mrs. Judith Mc Laughlin. who 
retired last year, was in a close third place. 
Next was Mr. Robert Heramb, Diane 



Maroli and Jan Severino. Other teachers 
mentioned, in no particular order, were: Cheryl 
Schossler, Ingrid Koenig, Barbra Masseria, 
Ellen Klein, Edie Mellen, Chris Torrelli, 
Barbara Spiga, Suzanne Murray, Tom Banc, 
Katie Morris, Sean O'Toole, Sally Pla, Betsy 
Anness, Susan Dennis-Rogers, Bill Von 
Benken, Deborah Petrick, Sue Amato, Vicki 
Nally, Terry Dubroy, Lisa Kurlander, Steve 
Marcu, Stan Bender, Mike Rezzolla, Marc 



Manburg, Kim Dixon, Nick Selvaggio, 
Janet Ulle, Doc Daugherty, Jo Rita 
Perez, Marcy Richards, Frank 
Jablonski, Ken Lowe, Jean Jelenic, Ron 
Zucca, Michelle Mc Garry, Greg 
Sattler, Beverly Howse, Reggie Echols, 
Kimberly Fish and Jim Kelley. 




Mrs. Sally Pla and Mrs. Katie Morris were both chosen by some students as being their favorite. 



La Shunda Washington and Jason Watklns look as if 
they are enjoying their class. 



Seniors ( 37 




Christian Pierce Tabitha Polachek 



Ralph Poole 



Monica Povirk 



Artis Powell 




Tamilia Prince 



Landon Proctor Gina L. M. Prodan Yanira Prokop 



Tony Radan 




Schenee Reed 



Michael Reilly 



Alicia Rennix 



Amos Rennix 



Alan Rice Christina A. Richards Sara Richardson Nicholas Ritz 



Hillary Resnik 




Keith Roberts 



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Allen Robinson 



Travis Rock 



Heather Rodick 



David Rogers 



janelle Routen 




Dominic Rufo 



Erin Ryan 



Christine Sanelli 



Bryan Scheider 



Kris Schmidt 




Carrie Schoen 



Paul Schwiekert 



Demonn Scott 



George Scott 



Jessica Serwatka 






Shawn Shady 



Courtney Sharp 



Brian Shaw 



Kimberly Shippy 



Jason Short 




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ARE ALL SENIORS NATIVE TO EUCLID? 

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Gina Prodan, Landon Proctor, Mike Paoloni, Jenea Weems, Allison Mc Clain and Amy 
Weinbrecht had to come from their homes wearing a hat for hat day during Homecoming 
week. 



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




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Annie Payerchin and Michealann Murphy were iool^ing nic 
for Homecoming 1997. 



Seniors 



Top; Andy Edmonds, Jason May and Jimmy Grinstead waiting for the periods to change after lunch. 
Above: Couples checking in as they arrived a the Homecoming Dance. 




Do you li ve in a house? 

Most seniors do 



Seniors were once again polled as to 
whether or not they lived in a house. 
Seventy eight per cent responded 
that they did live in a house. This was 
almost the same as the previous year when 
seventy seven per cent of the seniors 
responded that they lived in a house. 




Top: Jill Swansegar. Matrika Johnson, David Johnson, La Shunda Washington and Ryan Heramb 

learning how life would be if they were in Spain. 

Above: Darrius Durr points out some important information to Betsy Gibbons in their A. P. English 

class. 

Right: Matt Davis and Gina Prodan enjoyed each other's company during Homecoming. 



Seniors 



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Brian Siedler 



Christopher Slagle 



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Michael Simenc 



Ivana Simicevic Albert D. Simpson Jr. Shelesta Monique Sims 




Allen Slamic 



John Smarsh 



Eric Smedley 



Leland Smerdel 




Jill Smialek Anthony Smith Frank Smith 



Kimberly Smith 



Tiffany Smith 





Anthony Spada Shamuire Spivey 



Alison Stahre 



Jeremy Staples 



Joel Stavange 





Kathleen Stobierski 



Matt Stout 



Courtney Strah 



Nicole Strukel Jill Swansegar 




Anthony Switalski Kevin Taksar 



Lisa S. Taplin 



Nicholas Tate 



Remona Tate 




Anita Taylor 



Brandon Taylor 



Kelley Taylor 



Lakesha Taylor Tamsen Taylor 




Lucious Terrell 



Donte Thomas Jennifer L. Thomas 



Jerome Thomas Shalyn Thomas 




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ARE YOU GOING TO COLLEGE? 

Most seniors are planning on a college education 




Right: Students having a lot of fun at the Homecoming 
Dance. 

P Below: Erin Ryan and Angela Grida take A. P. Spanish 
so they will be better prepared for the courses that they 
will be taking in the Fall when they get to college. 



Are you planning on going 
to college? 

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Bottom: Mike Kulcsar and Lou Lindic are relaxing between 
assignments with the Survey. 

Bottom right: Erin Patterson and Katy Carmichael enjoy their time 
between classes. 



In a poll given to seniors, 88 per cent of 
the respondents said that they were 
planning on going to college. This was 
the same percentage of seniors that 
responded in the affirmative last year. This 
showed that members of the senior class 
realized the value of having education 
beyond a high school diploma. 





Below left: Lauren Arnold and Pat Di Lalla are working hard 

in their A. P. English class so they are well prepared for college. 

Below: Lisa Udovich and Lori Mitskavich are working hard in 
their A. P. biology class doing a lab involving the identification 
and properties of different types of sugars to help them with the 
A. P. biology exam in May. This course will help them for their 
college courses. 



Students in the Marching 
Band are interested in 
their education and most 
are planning on going to 
college. 




Nichole Knaus 





The senior pictures 
on this page are not 
alphabetical with the 
rest of the seniors 
since they were taken 
at a later time and 
could not be included 
with the rest of the 
pictures. 








De Laurence Fouche Gregory Johnson Jonathan Johnson 





Loversier Lewis 



Tonya Mueller 



Vickie Spears 



Jason Zupancic 




Seniors ( 45 




Melissa Ann Keller Geoffrey Zevnik 



James Tilk 



Roseanne Timm Nicholas Tirabassi 




Martin Tomsic 



Scott Turman 



Christina Vega 



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Jerrod Torrence January Traven Stephanie E. Troha Christopher Trzcinski 




Lisa A. Udovich 



Robyn L. Ulle Michael Paul Valentine Phout Vannarath 




Drina Vurbic 



Ehzabeth Vurusic Alexis Wade 



John Wahl 





Jason Waina Lakeshia Walker Steven Walker Candace Wallace Taunon Warren 





Lashunda Washington Monique Washington Demetrius Watkins Jason Watkins 



Najah Weeams 




Jenea Renece Weems 




La Trese Weems Howard Westerfield Ebonv Diane Wheeler Michael White 




Vernadette White Terreia Whitsett Benjamin Whittaker Jennifer M. Wiggins Eddie Wilcox 




Seniors ( 47 




Camille Williams Kalicia Williams 




Vickie Williams Adrienne Willis Jennifer Willis 

m 




Susanne Winter 



Jason Witten 



John Wolchko 



Erick Woodall Beau Jason Woodford 




Michael Zdanowicz 



Theresa Zellhofer 



Sharon Zemba 



Michael Zielinski 



Brian Zorman 



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Seniors 




Rachel Ackley: Poetry Club 10,1 1; Law Enforcement 
9,10,11,12; Office runner 10. 

Lauren A. Arnold: Football Cheerleaders 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 
12: Basketball Cheerleaders 12, Captain 12; N.H.S. 11.12: 
Student Council 9,10,11,12, Senior Rep. 1 2 ; Ski Club 1 0, 11 , 1 2 ; 
Kids on the Block 9,10,1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 9,10,11,12; A.F.S. 12; 
Morning Announcer 1 2; Office Runner 9,10,11,12; D.E.C. A. 
12; Career Explorations 9,10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 9; Marching 
Band 9; Concert Band 9. 

Jessica Bowser: Student Council 10,11,12; Choir 9,11,12, 
President 12: key Club 9; Creative Writing 11,12. 
Jeff Cahill: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball 9,10. 
Zachary A. Cherne: Baseball 9,10,12; Cai-eer Explorations 12; 
Ski Club 11.12. 

Jennifer Ann Cicco: Softball 9; Key Club 9,10; Student 
Council 9, 1 2; Marching Band 9. 10, 1 1 , 1 2, Field Commander 
11,12; Concert Band 9,10,11,12; Pep Band 9,10.1 1; Jazz Band 
11; Big Show Orchestra 10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 
Shannon Clark: Flag Corps 9,10,11,12, Captain 12: World 
Changers 1 1 , 1 2; Key Club 9; Big Show Pit Crew 9. 
Bridgette Cofield: N.J.R.O.T.C. 10,11,12; Voices Choir 
10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 11; Track 11,12. 
James Davies: Soccer 10; Ski Club 9,10; Band 9,10.1 1,12. 
Johnathan Davis: Wrestling 11,12; Fashion Show 11. 
Ericka D. Dennis: Flag Corps 9,10,1 1,12: Drill Team 10,11; 
Voices of New Life 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10,ll;Wres- 
tHng Aide 10; O.W.E. 11,12. 
Jessica L. Doyle: Swimming 9. 
JimDuer: Hockey 10.1 1.12; Golf 10,11. 
Darrius Durr: Eucuyo 10,1 1,12; Career Explorations 
9,10,1 1.12; S.A.V.E. 1 1: Survey 11,12; Peer Tutor 9,10,1 1,12; 
Student Council 10,1 1,12, Member at Large 12. 
Andrew Edmonds: Tennis 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Golf 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 
Antonina Fiorelli: Band 9,10,1 1,12; Softball 9; Cheerleader 
10; N.H.S. 11,12; World Changers 11,12. 
Erin M. Flynt: Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12: Soccer 11,12; 
Indoor Track 10.11.12: Basketball 9; Student Council 1 2; Ski 
Club 12; Morning Announcer 12. 

Kelly Gavin: Student Council 9.1 1,12; Key Club 11; Cheer- 
leader 9.10.1 1,12: Office Runner 9,10,1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 12. 
Elizabeth A. Gibbons: N.H.S. 1 1.12: Eucuyo 10; Orchestra 
9,10,1 1, Librarian 1 1 : Career Explorations 9,12; Office Runner 
11.12; Peer Tutor 1 1 , 1 2; D. A.R.E. Role Model 1 1 . 
Karen Gnandt: Student Council 9: Spirit Club 9; Peer Tutor 
12. 

Tim Goerndt: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Wrestling 9,10; Golf 11. 
Donte Goodwin: N.H.S. 11.12: A.F.S. 12; Key Club 12; 
Academic Challenge 11.12. 

Jennifer L. Grabianowski: Tennis 10. 1 1,12, Captain 12; 
N.H.S. 11.12; Student Council 1 1,12: Big Show 10.11.12; 
Choral Masters 1 1 ; S.A.V.E. 1 1 . 
Danielle Grande: Business Club 12. 
Angela Marie Grida: Student Council 9.10. 
Patrick J. Grisez: Baseball 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2. 
Stephany C. Hasberry: Drill Team 10: V.I.C.A. 11,12. 
Allison Hrovat: N.H.S. 1 1,12; S.A.V.E. 10,11,12, Prime 
Minister 1 1: Tennis 9,10,11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11; Student 
Council 10.11,12, H.R. Rep 10,11,12; A.F.S. 11,12; Survey 
9.10,1 1,12, Features Editor 11.12; Eucuyo 9,10,1 1. 
Tiffany Hurt: Cheerleader 10; Basketball 10. 




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Many seniors were involved in Euclid activities 

Activities at Euclid High School were an important part 
of many senior's lives. For many seniors their school 
life ended when the last bell rang at 2:25 PM (or even 
before if they had an early out). But for others, their school day 
was just beginning as they began their participation in many of 
the extracunicular activities that were offered. Many partici- 
pated in athletics while others availed themselves of the many 
clubs and organizations that were available. Regardless of their 
interests there was probably something they could participate in 
if they had the desire. 




Lori Mitskavich, Cina Prodan, Erin Patterson, Allison Metti, Monica Povirk, Pat 
Di Lalla, Steve Vannaras and Jennifer Grabianowski are all niemhers of the National 
Honor Society and are involved in many other activities. 

A.F.S. is a club where the members can learn about the actisities ot people in other 
countries. 



Seniors 




Most Euclid students say they enjoyed their high school years 

he seniors 




H Yes 56 2% 

S No 20 8% 

E Maybe 22.9% 



Have you 
enjoyed your 
years at Euclid 
High School? 



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were polled 
as to whether 
or not they enjoyed 
their years at Euclid 
and more then 56 % 
of the respondents 
said that they did. 
This was very 
similar to the 60 % 
that responded last 
year. The students 
who were not sure 
remained about the 
same at around 23% 
which was very 
similar to last years 
24% uncertain. 



Abby Stanic, Michelle 
Heising, Lauren Arnold, 
Leah Cherne and Natalie 

Beck are active in many 
activities besides being 
cheerleaders. 




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Seniors 



Tom 

Feldkamp. 

Lou Lindic, 

Allison Metti 

and Erin 

Patterson 
earning what 
s expected 
rom them in 

order to get 

the next issue 

of the Survey 

in print. 



Members of the Marching Band 
spend a lot of time practicing 
during and after school in order 
to look good during the games. 






Kimberly Hutton: Student Council 9; Office Runner 10; 
Business Club 12. 

Jim Janosik: Student Council 9; Survey 9,10,1 1,12; A.V. Club 
10,1 1,12; Big Show 11,12; Holiday Play 10; Key Club 
9,10,1 1,12, Sophomore Class Rep 10, Major Emphasis Com- 
mittee Chair. 10, Junior Class Rep. 1 1, Scrapbook Committee 
Chair. 11, 50th Anniversary Committee Chair 12, District 
RFTC Committee Chair. 12; Morning Announcer 11,12; Career 
Explorations 12; Peer Tutoring 11; N.H.S. 11,12. 
Makia Philpot Jenkins: Mediator 11,12; Drill Team 10,1 1,12. 
Matrika Johnson: Cheerleader 10,11,12; Track 9,10,1 1,12; 
Band 9,10,1 1,12, Squad Leader 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 
Sarah M. Keller: Student Council 9,10,12; Key Club 9,10,12; 
Peer Tutor 11.12; Varsity Chorale 12;S.A.V.E. ll,12;Eucuyo 
10,11,12; Wrestling Aide 10,12; Choral Masters 10,11; Big 
Show 9,10,11,12; Spirit Club 9; Office Aide 12; Teacher Aide 
10,11; A.F.S. 10,12. 

Kelly A. Kontra: Spirit Club 9; Student Council 9,10,1 1,12; 
Track 9,10; Office Runner 10,11; Clinic Runner 11,12. 
Chrissy Kovacevich: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 10; 
Basketball 9,10,1 1, Captain 10,1 1 ; Office Runner 9,10,1 1. 
Michelle Kumel: Spirit Club 9,10; Student Council 9,10. 
Katy L. Kunsman: Clinic Runner 9,10,1 1,12; Big Show Stage"' 
Crew 9. 10,1 1,12; Office Runner 9,10,11, 12; Key Club 9; 
N.H.S. 11,12; Student Council 12. 

Karen B. Lemieux: Volleyball 9; Cheerleader 9,10,1 1,1|; 
Student Council 9; Big Show 11,12; Key Club 9,10,11, li; 
Marching Band 10,11,12; Concert Band 10,11,12; Pep Band 10; 
Spirit Club 9; N.H.S. 11,12; A.F.S. 11,12; Survey 11; Office 
Aide 9,10,1 1,12. 

Tracy Martorello: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Swim Team 9,10,1 1; 
Diving 9,10,11; Student Council 9,10,11,12; Yearbook 
10,1 1,12; A.F.S. 10, 11, 12; Office Aide 9, 10, 11, 12. 
Alllison M. Mc Clain: Indoor Track 9,10,1 1,12: Outdoor Track 
9,10,11,12; Soccer 1 1,12; Poetry Club 12. 
Matt Mc Dermott: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 9. 
Allison L. Metti: Survey 10,11,12, Sports Co-Editor 11,12; 
Tennis 1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; Softball 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 
9,10; It's Academic 11,12, Captain 12; Science Olympiad 
10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Career Exploration 10,11,12; Swim 
Team 9.10; Band, Jazz Band, Orchestra 9; Ski Club 12. 
Lori M. Mitskavich: Swim Team 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12; 
N.H.S. 11,12, Recording Secretary 12; Student Council 
9,10,11,12, H.R. Rep 1 0, 1 1 ; Career Explorations 10,11,12; 
Yearbook 1 1.12; Track 9. 

Matthew Moster: Baseball 9,10,11,12; A.V. Club 12. 
Tonya Mueller: Office Runner 10. 
Katrina Katriece Murphy: Fashion Show 11. 
Sean Nelson: Soccer 9,10,1 1 : Swinmiing 12; Band 9,10,1 1 . 
Lewis Nunley: Football 10,11,12; Track 11,12. 
Cathleen O'Grady: Softball 9; A.F.S. 10,11,12. 
Venule Palmer: Voices of New Life 9,10,11,12. 
Nina Parrino: Student Council 9; Business Club 12. 
Zinal Patel: Student Council 9,10,1 1,12, H. R. Rep. 10,1 1.12; 
Track 9; Peer Tutoring 11,12; Office Aide 10,1 1,12; Clinic 
Aide 10,11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Spirit Club 9,10; Career Explora- 
tion 12; Yearbook 12. 

Erin Patterson: Survey 9,10,1 1,12, News Co-Editor 11,12; 
N.H.S. 1 1.1 2; Student Council 9, 11,1 2; S. A. V.E. 11,12; Ski 
Club 11. 



Christy Peacock: Student Council 10,11,12, Secretary 11, 
Executive Committee Chair 12; Spirit Club 10,11,12, Chair 12; 
D.A.R.E. Role Model 10,11,12; Activities Fair 10,11,12; Football 
Cheerleader 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 9,10,12; Basketball Cheerleader 
9,10,11,12, Captain 9,10,12; Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Squad 
Leader 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Majorette 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Feature Twirler 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, 
Captain 11,12; Office Runner 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Student of the Month 
11; Survey Student Feature 12; Big Show 10,1 1,12, Dance 
Captain 1 1 ; Speaker and Moderator, TV Promotional Videos 12. 
GinaL. M. Prodan: Soccer 9,1 1,12, Captain 12; Yearbook 11,12; 
Swimming 9,10; Orchestra 9,10,12; N.H.S. 11,12; Career Explora- 
tions 11,12; Tennis 10; Office Runner 10,1 1; Ski Club 10,11,12. 
Christina A. Richards: O.W.A, 10; O.W.E. 11,12. 
Heather Rodiclc: O.W.E. 12. 

Bryan Scheider: Swim Team 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Cross 
Country 1 1,12; Baseball 9; N.H.S. 11,12, Historian 12; Office 
Aide 12; Career Exploration 12; Big Show Stage Crew 11,12. 
Jessica Serwatica: Choraliers 9; Cultural Club 11,12; Career 
Exploration 1 1,12; Peer Tutor 12; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; Student 
Council 12. 

Kimberly Shippy: Peer Tutor 1 1 . 
Jason Short: Choral Masters 10,1 1,12; Marketing 1 1. 
Brian Siedler: Baseball 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Golf 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 
Albert D.Simpson Jr.; Football 9,10.1 1,12; Track 9,10.1 1,12. 
Jeremy Staples: Basketball 9,10. 
Matt Stout: O.W.E. 12. 

Courtney Strah: Tennis 10,12; Student Council 10,1 1,12, Class 
Rep. 12; Survey 11,12; Kids on the Block 9. 10. 1 1 . 1 2; Eucuyo 
9,10,11,12; Yearbook 1 1.12; Cultural Club 1 1,12; Career Explora- 
tion 11,12; D.E.C.A. 11,12. 

Jill Swansegar: Morning Announcer 10. 1 1.12; Student Council 
9,10,11,12, H.R. Rep. 10,11. Vice President 12; N.H.S. 11,12; 
Office Runner 9,10,1 1,12; Soccer 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 9,12; 
Ski Club 10,1 1,12; Track 9; Big Show Crew 10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 
12; A.F.S. 12; Survey 11.12; Yearbook 12. 
Lisa A. Taplin: Student Council 9; Spirit Club 9; Office Runner 
10,11. 

Lakesha Taylor: Student Council 9,10,1 1,12, H.R. Rep. 10,11; 
Business Club 12; Key Club 12. 
Lucious Terrell: Football 9. 

Stephanie E. Troha: Basketball 9,10; Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Office 
Runner 10,11,12. 

Scott Turman: Key Club 1 1 ; Peer Tutor 11,12. 
Lisa A. Udovich: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; Softball 
9,10,11,12, Co-Captain 9,10; N.H.S. 11,12, Vice President 12; 
Student Council 9,10,1 1,12, Senior Rep. 12; Career Explorations 
10,11,12; Eucuyo 12; Spirit Club 9,10. 

RobynL.Ulle: Softball 9.10,11,12; Basketball 1 1 ; Office Runner 
9,10,1 1,12; D.E.C.A. 10,11; Student Council 12. 
Michael Paul Valentine: Football 9,10,1 1,12; Track 9; Baseball 
9; Mediator 9,10,1 1,12; Poetry Club 11,12. 
Elizabeth Vurusic: Key Club 9. 

Jenea Renece Weems: Basketball 9,10; Track 9,10,1 1,12; Soccer 
11,12; Student Council 12; Yearbook 11,12. 
Howard Westerfield: Football 9,10,11,12; Wrestling 9,10,11,12. 
Ebony Diane Wheeler; Track 9,10,1 1,12; Gospel Choir 10,1 1,12; 
Drill Team 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Squad Leader 1 1 . 
Jennifer M. Wiggins: O.W.A. 10; O.W.E. 11,12. 
Camille WUliams: OWE. 1 1,12. 
Beau Jason Woodford: A.F.S. 9; Chess Club 10,1 1. 



Many seniors come to school by car 





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driving? 



Seniors were asked whether they came to school in a car. More 
than 70 % of those responding said they did. About 52 % of 
the ones that came to school in a car did the driving. This was 
very similar to the results from last year when about 68% said they 
came by car and 55% did the driving. 




Matt O'Hara showing excitement when he learned that he was elected Homecoming 

King. 

Taunon Warren and Emanuel Burton work on Taunon's car so he will be able to get 

to school every day. 

Seniors I .*> I 




Seniors say you need at least a H. S. diploma 




Do you think you can 
get a very good job 
if you do not have a 
high school diploma? More 
than 76% of the seniors that 
responded believed that it 
was necessary to have a 
diploma in order to get a 
good job. The world is 
much more complex than it 
was when the student's 
parents were in school and 
at least a high school 
diploma is necessary in 
order to get a good job. 



Above: Joel Stavange, John 
Wolchko, Courtney Sharp, 
Allison Stahre and Ryan Heramb 

in the hail discussing what they 
hope to be doing after they get out 
of school. 

Right: The football team celebrat- 
ing the scoring of another 
totichdown. 

Far right: Gina Prodan is working 
hard in chemistry lab hoping to 
learn skills that will help her in her 
quest to be a chemist. 




Q Yes 
S3 No 
Q Maybe 10 8°.= 



76 5°o 



Do you feel a 
person without 
a high school 
diploma can 
get a very good 
job? 




Betsy Gibbons and Darrius Durr had an enjoyable evening during Homecoming 1 W7. 

Lou Lindic and Emily Freeh hope that the skills that they learii working on the Survey will help them when they I 
are trying to gel a job. 





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Most Euclid seniors have a part-time job 



Do you have a job? 



hours per week 
do you work? 

H 0-10 4.8% 

5! 1 1-20 42.9% 

Q 21-30 41.3% 

H 31-40 ll.l'i 








Jarod Ganser keeps the dishes clean during his job at 
Kentucky Fried Chicken. 



Euclid seniors were polled as to 
whether or not they had a part-time 
job and more than 76% said that 
they did. With all the different ways that 
students can spend their money it was no 
wonder that most of them would need a 
job to keep them supplied with money. 
The average students worked between 1 1 
and 20 hours every week with almost as 
many students working 21 to 30 hours per 
week. A few seniors were working up to 
40 hours every week which about as much 
as an average worker. 



Left: Juan Hernandez. Michaelann Murphy 
and Matt O'Hara are able to get their spending 
money at Kevin's Kustard. 

Lower left: Jennifer Hausen tallies up the money 
when she works at Marc's. 

Below: Coach . Pete Schwenke explaining to Al 
Simpson what he should be doing when he's on 
tiie field. 




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Seniors tell about many of their most embarrassing moments 



As a student progressed through their high 
school years tliey were occasionally 
presented with moments that were less 
than complimentary. These embarrassing moments 
were the kind of things that would be remembered 
for ever and ever. The seniors were asked about 
their most embarrassing moments and these were 
some of the responses. As usual the Class of '98 
had some rather interesting experiences. 
Rachel Ackley had to come to school with her 
nose bandaged after a dog bit it. 
Lauren Arnold was with Emily Freeh and 
Michelle O'Donnell and cut class a couple of 
minutes early. They were running down the hall 
and her purse flew open and everything dumped 
all over the floor and then the bell rang and 
everyone was kicking her stuff all over and 
laughing as she scrambled to pick it up. 
Belicia Caves was embarrassed when she came to 
school and had mismatched black shoes. 
Leroy Champion had his pants fall down in the 
cafeteria. 

De Shawn Cousctte was running because he was 
late to his study hall in the E-Room ballroom when 
he slipped and fell flat on his back. 
Johnathan Davis was running to the center of the 
mat before his wrestling match in 1 1th grade when 
he tripped and fell flat on his face. 



Ericka D. Dennis was walking down the stairs in 
9th grade and someone was running up the same 
side. She moved over and fell and slid all the way 
down to the bottom of the stairs. 
Jessica L. Doyle spit milk out of her mouth during 
lunch listening to Mr. Pasquale tell a joke. 
Darrius Durr sat in a wad of gum. 
Antonina Fiorelli was in 10th grade and was 
walking past the counselor's office with her 
friends and then walked into the door which was 
partially open and this big kid could not stop 
laughing. 

Erin Flynt and Christy Peacock got in trouble 
because Bud White was messing with a mega- 
phone in the athletic office and pressed a button 
that sounded a siren. 

De Auna Frierson was in the E-room wearing a 
skirt during lunch and somebody pulled her chair 
from under her and she fell flat on her behind, 
Kelly Gavin was walking down the stairs with 
Brian Hylkema and he tripped her and she fell all 
the way down the stairs and her books went Hying 
in all directions. 

Karen Gnandt was in foods class in the ninth 
grade and someone dropped a spoon full of 
spaghetti sauce on the floor and it went all over 
her cream jeans. 



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Tim Goerndt fell over in his chair in German 111 in 1 1th grade. 

Danielle Grande was a freshman in Mrs. Mc Garry's science class and had all of her six heavy books in her 

book bag. She set it on the back of her chair, sat down and fell backwards. 

Angela Grida was dressed up and wearing clunky shoes and was walking down the stairs. She slipped and 

would have fallen all the way down the stairs if it hadn't been for the railing. 

Pat Grisez threw up in Mr. Brearton's Algebra 1 class. 

Stephany C. Hasberry came to school in the 1 Olh grade in a skirt and sweater. She got her pantyhose caught 

on her chair during her 2nd period class which tore a large hole in her pantyhose. Her friends pointed out the 

hole to all her classmates for the rest of the day. 

Shaun Holness tripped up the stairs in 1 1th grade. 

Allison Hrovat lost her shoe at the top of the office stairs and had to walk all the way to the bottom, turn 

around and come back up to retrieve it. 

Shmere Ingram had on mis-matched socks and didn't know it until her friends told her. 

Jim Janosik went to his class one period early during his sophomore year and had to con a teacher into giving 

him a pass to his proper class. 

Makia Jenkins was drilling in front of the whole school and marched ahead of the whole team and made an 

ugly face and then looked at the crowd and ran back in line. 



Melissa Keller's date to Homecoming 1996 wore his boxer shorts over his pants at the dance. 

Sarah Keller was wearing a skirt when Mike Boothe pulled her chair out from under her in the E-Room and 

she fell on her butt. 

Kelly Kontra had just gotten a new pair of clogs and wasn't used to wearing backless shoes and lost one of 

them while going up the steps. A girl coming down the steps slipped on the shoe and fell all the way down the 

steps. A teacher reprimanded her for losing her shoe. 

Chrissy Kovacevich was with Jim Grinstead when they got caught in the empty school parking lot by 

school security at 10;.10 at night. 

Michelle Kumel was talking to one of her friends and wasn't looking where she was going and walked into a 

door. 

Karen Lemieux was with Paula Rees and David Tisi when the Marching Band went to Atlanta, Georgia and 

went swimming in the hotel's fountain because the pool was closed and got yelled at by security. 

Tracy Martorello was w ith Betsy Gibbons, Kathy Stobierski and Gina Prodan when Gina's car broke 

down on the way to a .^2 Fluid Ounce concert at Euclid Tavern and three police cars surrounded them because 

they thought they were making a drug deal. 

Allison Mc Clain sat in ketchup in her Spanish II class and it was all over the back of her jeans. 

Maureen Mc Cluskev fell down the stairs. 



Seniors 



Allison Metti was running cross-court to hit a ball at her tennis match against NDCL and somehow tripped. 

fell down, scraped her hand and bent her glasses. She ended up losing the match. 

Michael Milde had his shorts come down during a bsketball game. 

Rashedah Mims was wearing a skirt when she was walking up the stairs in front of a lot of people and fell. 

Lori Mitskavich had to prepare a poem explication for English class her sophomore year. She got up in front 

of the class and read the poem aloud, pronouncing one of the words "Ka-hee-kee" and everyone began 

laughing. When she was finished a classmate told her the word was "khaki", as in khaki pants. 

Tonya Mueller fell asleep in class during her freshman year and woke up and yelled out "64". She was in 

history class, not in math class. 

Christy Peacock walked all the way to her locker from the student parking lot, unaw are that the back of her 

skirt was completely up and crumpled behind her backpack mooning everyone behind her. 

Landon Proctor had a senior pull off his pants size sticker from his new pants during his first day at lunch his 

freshman year. 

Chrissie Richards was jumping on her aunt's trampoline and fell off and fractured her ankle. Two weeks 

later they went on vacation to Getty.sburg and she had to hop around and cratches. 

Heather Rodick tripped while walking up the steps. 

Paul Schweikert fell up the stairs. 

Jessica Serwatka fell flat on her fade when she slipped on the ice on her way to school. Then when she got 

up, she stepped into an icy mud puddle with her dress shoes and dress on. 

Jason Short had his chair pulled out from under him by Jim Janosik while in the E-room and he fell to the 

ground with everyone laughing. 

Albert D. Simpson Jr. got a spanking in the mall. 

Jeremy Staples had to walk in school all day with mud on his uniform. 



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Courtney Strah got hit in tlie forehead in chemistry class by a rubber pipeting hulb thrown by Landon 

Proctor. He was throwing it to someone else when she got in the way. 

Jill Swansegar was wearing a dress from Megan Ballanger and as she was wall<ing out to the student parking 

lot it was crumpled up under her bookbag. 

Lisa Taplin fell going down the stairs by the cross corridor on the first floor. 

Jennifer L. Thomas wrecked her new car that she just got by doing something very stupid. 

Stephanie E. Troha was running to class in 1 0th grade and got pushed down the stairs by another student. 

Lisa Udovich attempted to be a ballerina by Hying through the air after being tripped (trying to complete the 

double play) during a softball game with Holy Name in 1447. Mr. Marcu just laughed at her. 

Michael Valentine took a break at home while he was working at Mc Donalds and forgot to come back to 

work because he fell asleep. 

Christine Vega tripped going up the stairs her sophomore year and the boy she liked was walking behind her. 

Elizabeth Vurusie was walking with Greg Schonaucr and Michaelann Murphy in the cafeteria and fell 

down the steps. 

Demetrius Watkins fell down at his family reunion. 

Jenea Weems was at a boys and girls invitational track meet at Medina as a freshman. She sat down on a 

bench with Tony Fisher in front of the long jump pit. She was sitting on the edge of the bench and when Tony 

got up the bench fell backwards. 

Ebony Wheeler was in the 4 x 110 meter relay at a track meet. After finishing her lap she was to hand the 

baton off to Nicole Eslick. It took her two and a half laps to give it to her. 

Camille Williams was coming up to the third floor from the first and was not paying attention and ran into a 

locker and everyone saw her. 

Vickie Williams was outside playing kickball in the ?th grade when she fell and broke her knee wide open. 

Therese Zellhofer fell down the stairs. 




Left: David Johnson, La Shunda Washington and 

Ryan Heramb showing their spirit in Spanish class. 

Above: Jill Swansegar and Brian Zorman putting 
together a bulletin board on the first floor. 




Rich Dotson, Kevin Graham, Eryn Flynt, Tina Peric and Shannon 
Setser showing their friendship while waiting for class to begin. 



Brandon Henderson, Johnny 
Johnson, AI Simpson, Kevin Banks 
and Fred Bush had a lot of fun during 
Homecoming. 




Erin kilkenney and Althea 
Jones have no questions about 
where to run on the cross 
country course. 

Michael Creer, Cordell Moris 
and Fred Bush hstening to 
coach Roy Pignatiello explain 
how to deal with the opposing 
team on the field. 

Andy Edmonds shows good 
form in teeing of on the course. 

Danny Fonovic shows how he 
can move the hall around on 
the soccer field. 



There was no question on how 
well Tony Fisher could run on 
the football field. Herfe he is 
shown running away from 
some defenders. 

Jason Waina, VVes Crane and 
Scott Trepal waiting for the 
ball so they can try to move it 
down the field. 

Chris Harrel going down the 
field in anticipation of getting 
the ball. 



The varsity tennis team getting 
some last minute pointers from 
coach, Pete Swope before a 
match. 

Tony Fisher being congratulated 
by team mates. Mike Creer, 
Ryan Sarpolis, Brandon 
Richadson and Ed Spencer after 
scoring another touchdown. 

Terrance Moore gaining big 
yardage around the left end of the 
line. 



SPORT 



Sports Divider 





Sports gives students an opportunity to 
participate in activities at Euclid High 
School. Euclid has as complete a range 
of sports as almost any high school in Ohio. As 
well as Varsity and Junior Varsity sports there is 
also an extensive freshman sports program for 
anyone who is interested. If a student wants to 
participate in a sport, they are likely to find it 
offered at Euclid. 









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Football goes unbeaten in G.C.C. but lost to a powerful Chardon team 



The 1997 football season was 
memorable for several reasons. It 
was the last time that Euclid sports 
was in the G.C.C. since they would be 
entering the L.E.L. for the 1998 season. 
Most of the games were played in nice 
weather, a marked contrast from the rains 
of the previous season. As usual, the Euclid 
team supplied it's patented high power, 
explosive offense with the leader being 
senior, Tony Fisher. Last season, Tony 
was hampered by a deep shin bruise and 
was never able to get to his potential. This 
year he was healthy and Euclid's oppo- 
nents found out just how devastating that 



was. Tony wasn't the only threat, however. 
The panthers had a huge offensive and 
defensive line that dominated most of the 
other teams. Tony led the area by gaining 
1920 yards on 164 carries for a 1 1 .7 yd/carry 
average which was almost 4 yds/carry more 
than the second place runners average. He 
scored 224 points which was 88 points more 
than the second place scorer. But Tony 
wasn't the only threat. For the first time in 
many years Euclid actually had a well 
rounded offense with Fred Bush at quarter- 
back passing for 1046 yards on 1 14 attempts 
with 60 completions for 15 touchdowns. 
Mike Creer was Fred's favorite target and 





Football 



A scene that was so common this year \\ as Tony 
Fisher getting through the line and the entire defense 
chasing after him. 



made 30 catches for 455 yards averaging 
15.2 yds/catch. Cedric Carstarphen 
helped the cause by intercepting 6 passes. 
Tony Fisher became Mr. Football in Ohio 
for the 1 997 season. He joined Robert 
Smith who won the award in 1988 and 
1989. Euclid has been the only school to 
have two people win the award and win it 
three times. As a team Euclid rushed for 
2833 yards and passed for 1098 yards for a 
total of 3931 yards which was the highest 
in the area. They scored 447 points while 
giving up just 1 1 1 which was the best in the 
area. The 1997 season was an enjoyable 
experience for everyone. 



Left: Coach, Pete Schwenke, giving some tips to 
Leon Smith, Cordell Morris and Tony Fisher 

before they go back into the game. 

Below: Chris Moore, Vaughn Monroe, Brandon 
Richardson and Terrance Moore standing around 
on the sidelines watching the action on the field and 
waiting until they get a chance to go in. 





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Football. Row one: T. J. Florkiewicz, Pete Schwenke, Roy Pignatiello, Mike Rezzola, Mike Sheck, Tom Banc, Chet Nolan, Mike Barnauskas. Tom (iibbons. Jack 
Lardomita. Row two: Kevin Banks, Howard Westerfield, Jason Watkins, Will Buchannon, Terrance Moore, Antoine Fisher, Al Simpson, Fred Bush. Row three: 
Quentin Murdock, Leland Smerdel, Dorian Goulde, Amos Renix, Dante Thomas, Ryan Heramb, Johnny Johnson, Jerome Thomas, Chris Gooden Row lour: Sylvan 
Thurman, Erin Clove, Kevin Carse, Tom Soini Jr., Tino Jones, Steve Dawson, Dedric Carstarphen, Tommy Virgis, John Schncll, Michael Valentine Row five: Matt 
Launch, Rahman Shavers, Andrew Walker, Mark Lucas, Leon Smith, James Cothran, Reco Jolly, Eddie Spenser, David Johnson Row six: Melissa Mc Peek, 
Brandon Price, Mike Boothe, Rick Glavan, Dave Edmonds, Mike Belanich, Joe Granito, Chris Urrer, Ronald Tyler Jr. Cordell Morris. Row seven: Ericka Witten, 
.\ntonio Spencer, Ryan Sarpolis, Hassan Brown, Amin Harville, Brnadon Richardson, Louis Nunley, Michael Creer, Van Monroe. 






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FOOTBALL 


TEAM 




US 


THEM 


Elyria 




16 


26 


Barberton 




7 


26 


Mentor 




13 


7 


Chardon 




6 


35 


North 




12 


15 


Maple Hts. 






Forfeit 


South 




21 


18 


Bedford 




14 


7 


Mayfield 







27 


Brush 




22 





SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 5 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 



TEAM 

Elyria 
Barberton 


VARSITY F( 

US 






30TBALL 
THEM 




64 


20 










Mentor 


45 


13 




Chardon 


14 


17 




North 


64 


28 . 


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Maple Hts. 


45 


6 




South 


56 







Bedford 


54 


13 




Mayfield 


33 


7 




Brush 


41 







SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 




LEAGUE FINISH 1st 







LOTS OF 
ACTION 



SUPER 
SEASON 



Football 



59 



The junior varsity football team did 
not have as good a season as the 
varsity. They finished the season 
with a 5-5 overall record and 4-2 in the 
G.C.C. They lacked a lot of depth and 
found it hard to score in many games. 



The freshman football team had an excellent 
year and finished with a 6-1-1 overall record 
and 5-0-1 in the G.C.C. They won most of 
their games with overwhelming scores. They 
should be able to supply players for the 
varsity in the years to come. 




Junior Varsity has an average season and freshmen show promise 



Left: The center gets ready to snap the ball. 

Below: Kevin Banks making sure the Elyria 
rtinner doesn't get very far. 

Bottom: Herbert Webster making a fine gain for 
the freshman team while Germaine Smith. 
Maurice Parker, Gary Riedel and Rich Devor 

block. 





Mike Crcer was a favorite target for Fred Bush and 

had the most receptions of anyone on the team. 



Ruhman Shavers about to make a catch lot a good gain Tim Capretta making a catch of a screen pass for the 
for the J. V. team. freshman team. 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Edward 


6 


7 


North 


6 


6 


Brush 


38 





South 


18 


8 


Bedford 


28 


8 


Mayfield 


22 





Maple Hts. 


38 





Perry 


25 


6 



SEASON-RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 TIE 1 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST TIE 1 




Above: Mil<e Rezzola 
showing Amos Renix, 
Amin Harville and Johnny 
Johnson what they should 
be doing against their 
opponent. 

Left: Herbert Webster 

getting a good run behind 
the blocking of Tim 
Capretta. Gary Riedel and 
Germainc Smith. 



Girl's couldn't get it together 



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 teams were hoping to do better than 
the previous year since they were more 
mature but they ended up with a worse 
record. The varsity team ended with a 3- 
15 season overall, and a 1-7 record in the 
G.C.C. The G.C.C. tournament left 
Euclid in fifth place. The J.V. team 
finished with a 9-8 record and 4-4 in the 
G.C.C. The team looked forward to the 
next season when many of the players 
will have more experience. 




Karen Salisbury serving the hall 


while Megan Novinc 


gets ready to play the return. 




J.V. 
TEAM 


GIRL'S TENNIS 
US THEM 


Chagrin Falls 
Geneva 



1 


5 
4 


NDCL 





5 


Regina 
Brush 


4 

2 


1 
3 


South 


4 


1 


North 


5 





Mayfield 
Brush 



1 


5 
4 


South 


5 





Perry 
Lakewood 


3 
3 


2 

2 


Cleve. Hts. 


1 


4 


North 





5 


Pville Harvey 
Mayfield 
Pville Harvey 
SEASON RECOF 


4 1 

3 2 

4 1 

-D WON 9 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD 


WON 4 LOST 4 




Girls Tennis. Row one: Coach Pete Swope, Vischantie Sudama, Amey Griffin, Melissa Longo, Mary Tracy, 
Coach, Lucy Pratt. Row two: Jennifer Williams, Laura Ross, Megan Novinc, Kirsten Knauss, Christine 
Metti. Row three: Courtney Strah, Lindsey Ngode, Karen Salisbury, Allison Metti, Karen Hanson, Allison 
Hrovat. 



VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Chagrin Falls 
Geneva 
Pville Harvey 
NDCL 






5 
4 
1 

5 


St. Augustine 


4 


1 


Brush 





5 


South 





5 


North 


2 


3 


Mayfield 
Beachwood 






5 

5 


Mayfield 
Brush 






5 
5 
2 


South 


3 


Perry 
Cleve. Hts. 


1 



4 

5 


Lakewood 


2 


3 


Mentor 





5 


North 


1 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST IS 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 1 LOST 7 


LEAGUE FINISH Stli 










Allison Hrovat serving the ball before the match. 



Girl's Tennis 



Gull. Row one: Coach Bob Ramlow, Bobby Butler, 
Brad Kushman. Coach, Barbara Ramlow. Row two: 
Eddie Ostrander, Dan Fitzpatrick. Kevin Grisez, 
Matt Flynt. Row ihrec: Nick Malnar. Joe White. 
Brian Siedler. Andy Edmonds. Phil Bojc. 




Golf team lacked skill of last year's team 




The 1997 Golf team had a hard act 
to follow after last year's first 
place finish. It suffered from the 
loss of several important seniors and was 
not able to make up ground lost from the 
previous year. Last year also saw the 
retirement of golf coach, Robert Ram- 
low and the beginning of first-yeai" coach. 
Barbara Ramlow. The team had a lot of 
fun throughout the year while compiling a 
record of 9-5. The J. V. team finished 
with a 5-5 record. 



TEAM 

Chagrin Falls 

North 

Shaker 

South 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Gilmour 

VASJ 

North 

South 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Valley Forge 

Cleve. Hts. Invit. 

GCC Tournament 

Sectionals 



US 

356 
163 
!61 
159 
166 
151 
166 
185 
162 
165 
169 
161 
155 
177 
166 
340 
333 
344 



THEM 

336 
171 
171 
171 
205 
153 
147 
174 
169 
158 
179 
189 
167 
153 
193 
1/8 
2/7 
7/21 



SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 3 



Phil Bojc, Brian Siedler and Dan Fitzpatrick 

practicing their tec oil. 





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V. GOLF 




TEAM 




US 


THEM 


VASJ 




191 


221 


North 




178 


177 


South 




174 


193 


Brush 




167 


192 


North 




176 


161 


Mentor 




183 


170 


Mayfield 




182 


179 


VASJ 




183 


182 


SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 5 




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Volleyball showed some improvement from past season 





Led by Captains Amber Cogley and 
Becky Godec, the varsity volley 
ball team accomplished a lot of 
goals during the 1997 season. Beating the 
#1 seed. Brush and going to the semifinals 
in the sectionals took a lot of effort from 
the whole team. 

Leaving the team are three seniors, 
Amber Cogley, Becky Godec and 
Chrissy Kovacevich. Thanks to them the 
team went as far and worked as hard as 
they did. Coming back for next year, 
however, could be juniors, Maria 
Williams, Erin Reilly, Tina Peric, 
Shannon Setser, Shannon Ivancic, Lisa 
Basalla and sophomores. Tamika Drake, 
Tina Amigoni and Allyson KumeL 
-Tamika Drake 




VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cleve. Hts. 


15,8,15 


6.15.0 


North 


15.0.14 


7.15,16 


Maple Hts. 


14,15.15 


16,13,5 


Lorain Ad. King 


15.15 


13.6 


Canton McKinlev 


b.7 


15.15 


South 


9.5 


15,15 


Bedford 


15.15 


9,4 


Beaumont 


11.15.15 


15.7.7 


Brush 


10.12 


15,15 


Mayfield 


15.15 


4.13 


Cardinal 


15.S,15 


12.15.9 


N.D.C.L. 


12,13 


15.15 


Solon 


4.8 


15.15 


Canton Glenoak 


4.8 


15.15 


North 


8.10 


15.15 


Maple Hts. 


15.15 


2,9 


South 


15.14.5 


5,16.15 


Bedford 


11.15.13 


15.8.15 


Brush 


9.15,15 


15,4,6 


SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 11 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 



Varsity Volleyball. Row one: Coach. Rhonda Scharf, Coach. Wendy Sustin. Alex Brinovec, Stefanie Fox, 
Shannon Ivancic. Shannon Setser Row two: Coach. Marcy Richards, Lisa Basalla. Erin Reilly, Chrissy 
Ko\acc\ich Row three Tamika Drake, Tina Peric, Maria Williams, .Amber Cogley, Becky Godec. 





Vollcvball 



J \ \ ollc\ball. Row one: Coach. Wendy Sustin. Nicole Raia, Jessica Chapman, Christina Hatcher. Amamda 
Tutolo, Coach. Rhonda Scharf, Coach. Marcy Richards.. Row two: Gina Gaglione, Nikki Sams, Bonnie .Mc 
Ghee, Kerry Jeric, Lindsay Mistalski Row three: Sarah Pfahl, Julie Stobierski, Tina Amigoni, Lynn Stern, 
Melissa Medlen. 




Freshman Volleyhull. Row one: Kyla Ocharn, Marypat Pavicic, Nicole Festini, Katie Mlac, Elisa Meyer. Row 
two: Coach, Rhonda Scharf, Coach, Wendy Sustin, Coach, Marcy Richards. Row three: Patti Mc Graw, 
Ananda Candow, Holly Kascak, Emily Toth, Nichole Cek. 

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Tina Amigoni, Chrissy Kovacevich, Erin Reilly, Shannon Setser, Tina Peric, Becky Codec, Maria Williams, 
Amber Cogley, Tamika Drake, Shannon Ivancic and Lisa Basalla warming up before their game. 





Tina Peric digging the ball while Shannon 
Setser and Erin Reillv wait their turn. 





J.V. 


VOLLEYBALL | 


TEAM 




US 


THEM 


Cleve. Hts. 




15,15 


0,1 


Mayfield 




14.15,16 


16.1.14 


North 




7.15.15 


15,1.12 


Maple Hts. 




5,5 


15,15 


Lorain Ad. 


King 


15,7,15 


6.15.6 


Canton McKinley 


15,9.7 


12.15.15 


South 




15,7,15 


5.15.11 


Bedford 




15,8,15 


13.15.10 


Beaumont 




8,15.16 


15.12.14 


Brush 




15.13,5 


8.15,15 


Mayfield 




15.10,15 


8,15.12 


Norton 




4,0 


15,15 


Canton Glenoak 


T -} 


15,15 


North 




4,13 


15,15 


Maple Hts. 




15,12.15 


8.15.1 


South 




15.15 


10.5 


Bedford 




8.3 


15,15 


Brush 




6,10 


15.15 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 5 



FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Augustine 


15,15 


7.8 


North 


15.15 


5.10 


Mayfield 


15,15 


5,10 


South 


10,15.10 


15.13.15 


Bedford 


15.12.11 


3.15.15 


Brush 


15,1,15 


12,15,13 


Mayfield 


10,15,7 


15.6.15 


Regina 


15.15 


11.6 


Regina 


15.15 


10.2 


North 


15,15 


9,7 


South 


10.15.15 


15.1.11 


Bedford 


15.15 


6.5 


Brush 


15.16 


6,14 


Beaumont 


3,15,15 


15.4,10 


Richmond Hts 


15.15 


10.1 


West Geauga 


5.7 


15,15 


SEASON RECC 


>RD WON 12 LOST 4 1 


G.C.C. RECOR 


D WON 7 LOST 3 1 



Tamika Drake and Tina Peric waiting for the serve. 



Maria Williams, Chrissy Kovacevich and Amber 
Cogley getting ready to make their plays at the net. 



Vollevhal 



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Wrestlers showed an improved season 



Scott Trepal getting his opponent into a serious situation. 



The Euclid wrestling team still suffered from not 
enough interested wrestlers although they did have a 
better season than in the recent past. There were a few 
seniors but the rest of the team were underclassmen who 
lacked the experience to compete effectively. There was also 
another change in coaching as Scott Willingham became the 
head wrestling coach. 




Shaun Trepal maneuvering his opponent into a 
position where he can get some points. 




Wrestling. Row one: Shawn 
O'Brien, Scott Trepal, Dave 
Fulton, Kevin Carse, Jerome 
Thomas, Herbert Webster, Shaun 
Trepal, Marcus Eubanks. Row- 
two: Johnathan Davis, Brandon 
Price, Melissa Brady, Coach Bill 
Kazen, Coach Doug Higham, Coach 
Bruce Willingham, Julie Whitley, 
John Paul Kilroy, Anthony 
Murphy. Row three: David 
Johnson, Howard Westerfield, 
Mark Warman, Dave D'Amico, 
Matthew Gilleson, Mike Belanich, 
Anthony Mc Carlhy, Edward 
Holtz, Greg Sattler. 




Top: Herbert Webster getting around his opponent. 
Above: Ed Holtz ahotit to get his opponent down. 



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Left: Anthony Mc Carthy trying to get his opponent 
turned over. 



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Boy's Cross Country 
ended up in sixth 

The boy's cross-country team 
really suffered from lack of 
participation and consistent talent 
with one exception. Mike Miklavcic 
was the one member who won almost 
every race that he entered. The problem 
was that the first five finishers deter- 
mine the team score and there wasn't 
much backup for Mike. Mike was the 
G.C.C. champion and finished in the top 
ten in every invitational. He almost 
always finished in the top three in the 
meets. He was second in the district and 
eighth in the regional and went to 
Columbus where he posted a time of 
16.40. It would have been a totally 
different season if there had been 
another good runner. 




Boys Cross Country. Row one:Coach, Joe Rodriguez, Jesse Scheider, Ashley Powell, Dennis Disbrow, Michael 
Tschantz, Mike Barnauskas. Row two: Mike Sinienc, Dan Slepsky, Brian Scheider, Jonathan Gudaitis, Mike 
Miklavcic, Chris Slagle. 



BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


«. VASJ 


34 


23 


W. Geauga 


41 


20 


Maple Hts. 


25 


31 


Mayfield 


38 


22 


South 


29 


27 


Bedford 


28 


29 


i Brush 
North 


41 


20 


29 


27 


INVITATIONALS | 


MADISON 




10./12 


WALSH 




14/14 


BOARDMAN 




28/35 


UNIVERSITY 




8/12 


WADSWORTH 




10/12 


MEDINA 




15/21 


G.C.C. 




6/7 


DISTRICTS 




9/15 


SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 6 


LEAGUE FINISH 6th 






Cross Country 




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jirl's Cross Country, Row one: Erin Kilkenney, Ursula Wein, Amy Salupo, Jill Smialek. Row two: Erin Gady, 
iarah Osterman, Becta Borchert, Althea Jones, Co;ich Dicl< Yorl<. 







Above: Ursula Wein and 
Bekka Borchert running 
on the trails at Chapin. 

Right: Erin Gady doing 
her best to get to the lead. 

Far left: Jill Smialek 

running on the course. 



Left: Sarah Osterman 
and Amy Salupo looking 
towards the finish. 



Girl's tied 
for third 



The Girl's Cross Country team 
finished the season with a 6-2 
record and were 4-2 in the G.C.C. 
Their G.C.C. record was almost the same 
as the previous year and they finished in a 
tie for third place. They finished ninth out 
of twelve teams in the District meet 
which was not as good a showing as they 
did the previous year. The team was fairly 
evenly matched with the rest of the 
conference. 



GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


W. Geauga 


26 


31 


VASJ 


20 


37 


Maple Hts. 


20 


26 


Mayfield 


36 


25 


Nordonia 


23 


32 


South 


31 


27 


Bedford 


21 


34 


North 


27 


28 


Brush 


27 


28 


INMTATIONALS 




U WANNA COME BACK 


9/12 


WALSH TOMAHAWK 


11/12 


BOARDMAN 




35/36 


UNIVERSITY 




5/10 


WADSWORTH 




6/11 


MEDINA 




16/20 


G,C,C, 




4/6 


DISTRICT 




9/12 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 2 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH 3rd (tie) 


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The 1997-98 Boy's Basketball team 
was not able to duplicate the produc 
tion of previous years, but in an 
unusual finish was able to tie for first place 
in the G.C.C. The season began at a low 
point when senior, Allen Slamic suffered a 
knee injury before the season began and was 
out for the year. The team didn't seem to 
have much direction at the beginning of the 
year but as the season progressed Antoine 
Fisher and Emmanuel Smith began to show 
their talents and the team really took off. 
With an end of the season upset of Bedford 
by Maple Heights they were able to tie for 
the conference lead. The two games with 
Bedford had to rate as some of the best ever 
played. 438 points were scored in those two 
games with Euclid winning the first 104-103 
and losing the second 1 14-1 17. The Panthers 
did well in their last season in the G.C.C. 
under the coaching of Harold 'Doc' 
Daugherty who has been coaching the 
panthers for almost forty years. The junior 
varsity had an excellent season and finished 
with only one defeat in the conference. 





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Dorian Goulde going into tlie air for a lay-up. 





VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Si. Ignatius 


57 


74 


V.A.S.J.. 


62 


65 


Nortli 


74 


52 


Maple Hts. 


71 


65 


South 


81 


69 


East Tech 


7? 


82 


Glenville 


56 


67 


Brush 


79 


73 


Mayfield 


56 


61 


Lakewood 


74 


51 


Benedictine 


63 


78 


Stow 


76 


73 


North 


64 


52 


Bedford 


104 


103 


Maple Hts. 


77 


70 


South 


76 


61 


Mentor 


76 


74 


Bedford 


114 


117 


Brush 


82 


70 


Mayfield 


71 


63 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 7 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISl 


H First (Tie) 





JV BOY'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 

St. Ignatius 

V.A.S.J.. 

North 

Maple Hts. 

South 

Cleve. Hts. 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Lakewood 

Benedictine 

Stow 

North 

Bedford 

Maple Hts. 

South 

Mentor 

Bedford 

Brush 

Shaker 

Maytleld 



US 

65 

70 

52 

62 

51 

55 

71 

46 

52 

71 

54 

55 

55 

71 

68 

52 

63 

67 

68 

54 



THEM 

43 
55 
35 
51 
49 
52 
44 
45 
36 
61 
50 
54 
48 
44 
41 
51 
66 
35 
78 




After the pre-game warm-up. the team members meet 
on the floor. 



FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL 



"^0 1 Boy's Basketball 



SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 2 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 




Mayfield 


70 


36 




Lakewood 


63 


50 




North 


37 


22 




Maple Hts. 


61 


36 




St. Ignatius 


31 


72 




Stow 


59 


39 




St. Edward 


54 


38 




South 


61 


39 




Bedford 


53 


38 




Brush 


58 


45 




Mayfield 


48 


42 




North 


55 


42 




V.A.S.J. 


58 


38 




Maple Hts. 


71 


45 


V. 


South 


73 


36 




Bedford 


53 


48 




Brush 


55 


26 




V.A.S.J. 


62 


37 




St. Ignatius 


55 


64 




St. Edward 


48 


50 




SEASON RECORD WON 17 LOST 3 




G.C.C. RECORD WON 12 LOST 





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Boy's have wild finish 
and tie for first in the G.C.C. 




Tommie Virgies in the process of taking a shot. 



Emmanuel .Smith shows how high he can jump when Tony Fisher takes a shot from the outside, 
going in for a shot. 



Boy's Basketball 



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It's time to get introduced 




Varsity Boy's Basketball, Row one: Michelle Launch, 
Katie Mc Cluskey, Christine Hatcher, Amanda 
Tutolo. Row two: Artis Powell, Dorian Goulde, Fred 
Bush, Scott Johnson, Brandon Henderson, Tony 
Basalla, Tommy Virgies. Row three: Coach Steve 
Marcu, Antoine Fisher, Brandon Richardson, 
Freoni Oil, Chris Gooden, Mike Boothe, Mayo 
Smith, Coach Doc Daugherty. 




J.V. Boy's Basketball, Row one: Nekima Hill, 
Brandon Lin, Matt Simenc, Jason Timmons, 
Rahman Shavers, Tino Jones, Robert Ray. Row two: 
Quentin Murdock, Clinton Tucker, Johnny Moses, 
Arek Helcberger, Joe Granito, Derek Deas, Chris 
Harrell, Coach Dennis Tnrkall. 



Freshman Boy's Basketball, Row one: Jonathan 
Hutchinson, Rashaun Kyle, Germaine Smith, 
Johnny Tillman, Has Bro, Ian Ilo. Row two:John 
Davis, David Slamic, Reginald Parker, Dennis Strell, 
James Davis, Lamont Hamelin, Clifton Harrison. 
Row three: Coach, Sean O'Toole, Jamal Cummings, 
Dino Zuzic, Jason Smith, Brandan Warner, 
Kenyatta Carter, Aaron Whitmore, Phil Bojc 



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Boy's Basketball 




to our basketball teams 




Varsity Girl's Basketball, Row one: Enisha Hawkins. 
Regina Smith, Charmaine Allen, Tamsen Taylor, 
Chavon Bell, Lafir Carrigua, Petrice Evans. Row 
two: Coach Rhonda Scharf and Scott Wilson, Azizi 
Hutson, Delvona Oliver, Suzanne Lucas, Coach Sam 
Santilli and Coach Simon. 




Verea Bibbs, Delvona Oliver, Azizi Hutson and Shavon Bell 

practicing their ball handling before a game. 

J. V. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Kristyol Dominique, Tatiana Webster, 
Jessica Locust, Candace Longshaw, Tamika Drake Row two: Coach Sam 
Santilli, Vera Bibbs, Leonna Foster, Dawn Attwood, Dion Carese, 
Lindsay Mitskalskl. 




Freshman Girl's Baskelhall. Row one: 
Tanisha Hall, Karen Battle. Stacia 
Ellison, Katie Dore, Jamie Paige, 
Jennifer Huffman, Shiaya Hall. Row 
two: Coach Simon, Jessica Kalhof, 
Keyasha Davis, Tiffany Hall, Blair 
Addis, Kristin lafelice, Taro 
Matches. 



Girl's Basketball 



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Tied for first in the G.C.C. and had a super season 



Last year the lady panthers couldn't 
compete with North and Mayfield but 
this year was a different story. 
Mayfield was overpowered twice and the 
ladies split with North for their only loss in 
the G.C.C. This allowed them to share first 
place with Eastlake North. The panthers had 
height in the likes of Delvona Oliver who 
became one of the best players in the area 
and speed and excellent shooting. Regina 
Smith led the entire area with the number of 
three-point shots that were made. The team 
did not have great depth but it was able to go 
through the season without having any 
serious injuries and the starters were very 
good. The team was coached by Scott 
Wilson, Rhonda Scharf and Sam Santilli. 
The Junior Varsity did not have as much 
talent and did not do nearly as well as the 
Varsity. The freshman team, however, had a 
very good year which bodes well for the 
future. 



VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


58 


33 


V.A.S.J. 


63 


76 


Mayfield 


72 


65 


North 


54 


61 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


58 


33 


V.A.S.J. 


63 


76 


Mayfield 


72 


65 


North 


54 


61 


Maple Hts. 


62 


55 


Magnificat 


36 


43 


St Joseph Acad. 


50 


42 


Solon 


65 


48 


Bedford 


64 


50 


Brush 


69 


31 


Mayfield 


46 


44 


Collinwood 


83 


52 


South 


61 


43 


North 


57 


54 


Maple Hts. 


69 


37 


South 


64 


46 


Riverside 


54 


46 


Bedford 


71 


47 


V.A.S.J. 


64 


63 


Brush 


57 


41 



SEASON RECORD WON 17 LOST 3 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 11 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH First (Tie) 



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Girl's Basketball 




Delvonna Oliver practicing her ball handling before a 
game. 



JV GIRL'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


27 


42 


V.A.S.J. 


30 


48 


Mayfield 


24 


43 


North 


23 


60 


Maple Hts. 


42 


25 


Magnificat 


21 


48 


St. Joseph Acad. 


30 


33 


Solon 


36 


30 


Bedford 


42 


60 


Brush 


43 


33 


Mayt~ield 


17 


29 


Collinwood 


40 


29 


South 


29 


41 


North 


22 


48 


Maple Hts. 


30 


43 


South 


43 


54 


Riverside 


31 


45 


Bedford 


47 


29 


V.A.S.J. 


28 


47 


Brush 


38 


32 



Above: Regina Smitli practicing her dribbling against 
Walioko Hirata. 

Right: Enisha Hawkins at the line while Tatiana 
Webster, Tamika Drake and Jessica Locust wait for 
the rebound 



FRESHMAN GIRI,'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


23 


38 


Mayfield 


30 


38 


North 


34 


44 


Maple Hts 


46 


22 


Beaumont 


33 


30 


Stow 


20 


22 


South 


23 


25 


Bedford 


46 


27 


Brush 


39 


19 


North 


28 


24 


Maple Hts. 


47 


36 


South 


41 


32 


Solon 


39 


29 5«s^i 


Mayfield 


41 


39 -I 


Brush 


47 


16 


Bedford 




Forfeit 



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SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 14 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 8 



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SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 6 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 3 
LEAGUE FINISH Second (Tie) 





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Top Left and Right: Suzanne Lucas and Charmaine Allen go up for a lay-up. 

Above Left and Right: Regina Smith drives for a lay-up while Verea Bibbs takes a shot 

from the outside. 

Lett: Suzanne Lucas, Cliarmaine Allen, Shavon Bell, Regina Smith and Delvonna Oliver 

defensing against Mayfield. 



Girl's Basketball 



75 



Boy's soccer got booted 



The 1997 Boy's Soccer team was a 
disappointment after the excep 
tional season they had two years 
earlier. They ended the season with a 5-8- 
3 record and 2-6-2 in the G.C.C. They 
were not able to get it together and did 
not score many goals throughout the 
season. The team members tried hai'd but 
there were just too many bad breaks that 
occurred in many of the games and they 
lost a lot of close games. 





BOY'S SOCCER | 


VARSITY 








TEAM 




us 


THEM 


VASJ 




10 


1 


Perry 




2 


3 


Lake Cath. 




") 


1 


North 







1 


South 




T 


3 


Bedford 




2 


3 


Brush 




1 


1 


Mayfield 







3 


Nordonia 
North 


?i>. 


4 


2 


W. Geauga 




2 


8 


South 







4 


Bedford 




6 





Brush 




3 


3 


Kirtland 




11 





Mayfield 




1 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 


5 LOST 8 TIE 3 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 


LOST 6 TIE 2 


LEAGUE FINISH 5th 










Boys Soccer. Row one: Josh Nagle. Kevin Welsh. Dave Kilkenney, Mario Marusic, Sean Trepels, Eric Ryan. 
Row iwo: Coach Rob Heramb. David King, Ryan Heramb, John Wolchko, Greg Schonauer. Ryan Ptak. 
Louis Feijoo, Oscar Sihonsa,. Row three: Tim Sacko, Chris Biehl, JeffSierputowski, Was Crane, Ryan Rufo. 
Row four: Charlie Di Lalla. Scott Trepal, Oral Williams, Dino Zuzic, Jim Mc Clave, Pat Di Lalla, Frank 
Mitstalski, Dan Fonovic. Row fi\e: Tony Basalla, Bryan Lennon, Rich Dotson, Jason Waina, Matt De Wine, 
Michael Vcrch, Brandon Ptak. 




Above left; Wes Crane dribbling the ball down against 

the defender. 

Above: Mario Marusic throwing the ball away from 

the goal. 

Above right: Steve Walker bringing the ball down the 

field. 

Right: Dave Kilkenney diving to stop a shot on goal. 




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Varsity Girl's Soccer, Row one: Heather Pica, Jenea Weems. Row two: Coach 
Dick Homovec, Katie Kolar, Allison Mc Clain, Erin Ryan, Sandra Mowery, 
Megan Ballanger, Suzanne Lucas. Row three: Abby Biehl, Erin Flynt, Kathy 
Blatnik, Maggie Jakse, Jamie Benak, Jill Swansegar. Row four: Angela Indiano, 
Courtney Sharp, Dawn Merritt, Wendy Barker, Lisa Udovich, Melissa Waina, 
Coach Mike Sustin. 




J. V. Girl's Soccer, Row one: Heather Pica, Jenea Weems. Row two: Emily Duer, 
Holly Douglas, Jennifer Rinella, Kim Swansegar, Latrice Weems, Jillian 
Udovich. Row three: Gina Prodan, Carmen Rice, Susan King, Angela Indiano, 
Katie Blazctic, Coach Dale Hollingsworth Row four: Tracy Martorello, Sarah 
Kenny, Kelly Ruscin, Liz Montague, Janelle Colini. 




Girl's stumble after last year 

It was a difficult year for the lady panthers. After the last two 
season's exceptional performances where they won the 
conference, 1997 did not show as much production. Even 
though many of the players from last year were back the team was 
not able to dominate the other teams as they did in the past. 
Because of this they ended the season with a 9-6-2 record and 4-3- 
1 in the G.C.C. and ended up in third place in the conference. The 
J. V. team ended their season with a 8-4-1 record. 



VARSITY GIRL'S SOCCER 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Valley Forge 
Kenston 


4 
2 


4 
3 


Madison 


-) 





Shaker Hts. 





3 


Cleve. Hts. 


1 





Brush 


1 





South 


7 





North 


2 


3 


Mayfield 
Parma 


2 
4 


2 



Brush 


3 





South 


5 





North 


1 


2 


Mayfield 
W. Geauga 
South 



3 
6 


1 




Mentor 


1 


5 



J. V. GIRL'S SOCCER 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Valley Forge 


4 


5 


Cleve.Hts. 


5 





Shaker Hts. 


1 


2 


Parma 


4 





Brush 


5 





North 


1 


2 


Mayfield 


2 


1 


Madison 


8 


1 


Brush 


4 





North 


2 


2 


Beachwood 


8 


1 


Mayfield 


T 


1 


W. Geauga 





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SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST6 

TIE 2 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 3 

TIEl 

LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 



SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 4 
TIEl 




Above: Mary Tisi brings the ball down while Melissa Waina watches in the back. 



Left: Courtney Sharp 
with the ball followed by 
Sandra Mowery and 
Lisa Udovich in back. 



Soccer 



77 




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Skaters end season with a super 



Second year coaches, Dick Homovec 
and Frank Soltesz really made a 
difference for the 1997-98 Euclid 
Panther hockey team. After a 7-15 season 
last year they became more focused and 
finished with an 18-6 record this year and 
finished second in the Blue South division. 
The members played well together and 
excellent shooting and good defending led 
to many victories. 




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Above: Josh Nagle getting ready for a face off while 
Jim Duer waits for the shot. 
I Above left; Joe Trobenter and Brian Zorman 

bringing the puck down the ice. 



Above: Brian Zorman and Tom Heuer fighting for 

the puck. 

Below: Tim Sacko getting ready to take a shot. 




"'S ) Hockey 



HOCKEY 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Chagrin Falls 
Bay Village 
Garfield Hts. 


5 
4 
10 


7 
3 
1 


Western Reserve 


6 


1 


Normandy 
Gil more 


2 
3 


4 



Elyria Cath. 
Hudson 


9 
6 


1 
4 


North Olmsted 


3 


2 


Toledo St. Francis 


3 


4 


Valley Forge 


4 


2 


Chagrin Falls 


5 


1 


Sylvania Southview 


6 


4 


Gil more 


8 


2 


Brooklyn 
Western Reserve 


3 
6 


2 
3 


Normandy 


4 


3 


Elyria Cath. 
Chagrin Falls 


2 

7 


3 
6 


Brooklyn 
Hudson 


6 

3 


1 

2 


Lakewood 


6 


3 


Kent Roosevelt 


T 


3 


Kent Roose\elt 


2 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 18 LOST 6 


BLUE SOUTH WON 12 LOST 4 
LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 




Above: Josh Nagle waiting in front of the goal to get a 

shot. 

Left:: Nick Tirabassi hoping to get the puck after the 

face off. 




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Hockey. Row one: Geoff Zevnik, captain. Brian Zorman, Coach, Dick Homovec. Emily Duer, Coach. Frank Soltesz. captain. Tom 
Heuer, Mike Tirabassi. Row two: Jim Duer, Joe Trobenter, Matt Krutsch, Kevin Graham, Greg Schonauer, Dennis Disbrow. Row 
three; Brett Stanic, Josh Nagle, Jim Mc Clave, Matt Robinson, Ed Ostrander, Dave Payerchin. 




Above left: Brian Zorman scoring for 
the Panthers. 

Above: Mike Verch waiting for the face 
off. 

Left: Eddie Ostrander and Dave 

Paverchin coming down the ice. 



Hockey 








Indoor Track gave athletes a chance to hone their skills 



The Indoor Track team again had a 
successful season. Usually the indoor 
season was in preparation for the 
outdoor meets in the Spring, but due to the 
defeat of the school levy and the cancellation 
of all Spring sports the indoor season was the 
last competition that many of the athletes 
participated in. Tom Gibbons and Orlando 
Mason were the boy's coaches while Pete 
Schwenke and Dick York were the girl's 
coaches. 





Boy's Indoor Track. Row one: Terrance Maddox, Devin Voll, Chris Moore, Dion Elie, William Buchannon 
David King. Row two; Kevin Taksar, Mike Simenc, Ryan Mc Gill, Steve Modelski, Michael Tschantz, 
Andrew Heath. Row three: Cecil Elliot, Dave Edmonda, Amin HarWIle, Van Monroe, Fudail Harrison, Ch 
Rauscher, Coach. Orlando Mason. 



Left: Will Buchannon and Terrance Maddox were 
some of the good sprinters and hurdlers that the team 
had. 




The girls running around the track to warm up before the beginning of the meet 




80 I Indoor Track 



The boys and the girls got together for a moment of 
silence before the beginning of a meet. 




Coach. Pete Schwenke spreads out pylons while Jill 
Smialek and Jill Swansegar prepare for their races. 



Girls Indoor Track, Row one: Ebony Wheeler, Erin Flynt, Nicole Eslick, Holly Douglas, Monica Bitner, Jamie 
Comer, Nekima Hill. Row two: Nikki Church, Donna Fuller, Dawn Merritt, Althea Jones, Jenea Weems, Liz 
Montague, Rebecca Borchert, Jill Swansegar. Row three: Coach Pete Schwenke, Candice Irvin, Jill Smialek, 
Ursula Wein, Lindsay Appling, Coach Dick York. 



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For the first time in many years. 
Euclid High School had a woman's 
gymnastics team. Last year, Wendy 
Barker, competed as an independent. 
This year, however, there was enough 
interest to actually have a gymnastics 
team. The team consisted of Row one: 
Wendy Barker. Row two: Jennifer 
Williams, Megan Lipiec, Dawn 
Brazis. Row three: Coach. Tara 
Crisp, Coach, Dawn Felker. 



Indoor Track I 81 




The Euclid boy's swim team was not 
able to duplicate last year's effort and 
only managed to finish in a tie for 
second place in the G.C.C. The boys worked 
hard but a talented Mayfield team won all 
their dual and the conference meet. The 
Euclid boys had some good swimmers but 
not enough good ones to go around. The 
team was coached by Mr. Joe Rodriguez. 



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Top: Captains, Nicole SchifTbauer, Patti Carpenter, 
Chris Slagle, Georgian Perie, Jason Waina, Lori 
Mitskavich, Bryan Scheider and Tina Peric getting 
ready to swim. 

Middle: Pat DiLalla doing the breast strol^e. 
Bottom: Bryan Sclieider and Chris Slagle diving into 
tlie water. 



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Boys Swimming, Row one: Mike Slagle, Jesse Scheider, Milan Tomsic, Erin Ryan, Charles DiLalla. Row two 
Jason Watkins, Mike Reilley, Pat DiLalla, Martin Tomsic, Matthew Garski, Mike Barnauskas, Dave 
Kilkenney, Michael Tschantz, Chris Mayle. Row three: Coach, Martin Guzauskas, Sean Nelson, Chris Slagle, 
Omid Takavoli, Jason Waina, Bryan Scheider, Michael Miklavcic, Ryan Smith, Coach, Joe Rodriguez. 



GIRL'S SWIMMING 



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TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Ed. 


61 


125 


Cleve, Hts, 


123 


52 


Fairview 


106 


80 


Mentor 


118 


61 


Bedford 


91 


94 


Maple Hts. 


134 


43 


Brush 


97 


88 


Mayfield 


61 


125 


Berea Relays 2/6 






G.C.C. Meet third 






SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH Second(Tie) 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Beaumont 


123 


63 


Cleve. Hts. 


103 


83 


Fairview 


121 


64 


Mentor 


88 


98 


Bedford 


119 


64 


Maple Hts. 


147 


24 


Brush 


93 


95 


Mayfield 


84 


102 



G.C.C. Conference Meet 2nd place 
SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 3 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 




Sarah Osterman dives into the water to begin her event. 



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Neither team able to 
duplicate last year's championships 




Despite the efforts of the upperclass 
men. the lady panther swim team 
suffered a disappointing season. 
Coached by Mrs. Joan Bush and led by 
senior captains Patti Carpenter, Lori 
Mitskavich and Georgian Peric, the team 
finished with a 5-3 record overall and 2-2 in 
the G.C.C. Next year will hopefully bring a 
better record. 

-Lori Mitskavich 



Girl's Swimming. Row one: Ali Gundic, Melissa Breeding, Gail Mc Kay, Vicki Bowser, Colleen Fee, Ann 
Peric. Row two: Regina Williams, Dawn Merritt, Georgian Peric, Jessica Scott, Robyn Arp, Michelle Wilson. 
Row three: Coach Martin Guzauskas,Patricia Carpenter, Mari Tisi, Kirsten Knauss, Bridgette Resnik, Nicole 
Shiffbauer, Tina Peric, Coach Joan Bush. Row four: Julia Sergo, Sara Osterman, Julie Stobierski, Rachel 
Lewand, Lori Mitskavich, Kelly Ruskin. . 





Top: Bryan Scheider and Chris Slagle making their 
start from the pool wall. 

Above: Kirsten Knauss working on her backstroke. 



Top: Nikole Schiffbauer, Jessica Scott and Rachel 

Lewand resting after practicing some laps. 

Above: Kelly Ruscin practicing her entry into the pool. 



Top: Georgian Peric doing the breastroke. 

Above: Lori Mitskavich and Georgian Peric diving 

into the pool. 



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83 





Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row 
one: Lauren Arnold, Christy 
Peacock. Row two: Natalie Beck, 
Abby Stanic, Jennifer Rys. Row 
three; Michelle Hising, Kelly 
Gavin, Margaret Corcoran, Leah 
Cherne. 



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Freshman Football Cheerleaders. Row one: Michelle Fine, Jenny 
Kapeluch Row two: Jamie Huffman, Lindsey Beck, Megan 
Stefanac. Row three: Kendra Smith, Elizabeth Scheurman. 



J.V. Football Cheerleaders. Row one: Kelly Baylog. Nicole Samsa. Row two: Abby Morris, Liz 1 
Skok, Allison Penko. Row three: Katherine Streiff, Dawn Braizes. Row four: Adviser, Mary 
Ann Peters. 




Cheerleaders add spirit to football and basketball 



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



Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: 
Christy Peacock, Lauren Arnold. Row two: 
Kelly Gavin, Natalie Beck, Matrika 
Johnson. Row three; Abby Stanic, Leah 
Cherne, Michelle Heising, Karen Leniieux. 







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J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Kelly Baylog, 
NicolAbby Morris, Liz SkokNatalie Beck, Amy 
Ficere Row three: Angela Indiano, Allison Penko. 



Freshman Basketball Cheerleadder.s. Row one: Jenny Kapeluch, 
Lindsey Beck, Michelle Fine. Row two: Jamie Huffman, Kim 
Swansegar, Megan Zupancic Row three: Kendra Smith, Elizabeth 
Scheurman. 





Amie Ficere, Jennifer Rys, Leah Cherne, Michelle Heising, Abby 
Stanic, Natalie Beck and Regina Cadovec cheering on the J. V. team in 
the rain. 



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Jenny Cicco and Megan 
Lipiec are the student directors 
of the Marching Band. 

The Marching Band lines up on 
the football field before the 
game to form a line for the 
football players to run through. 

A course in computers is a 
useful way to take a class. 

Jennifer Davies and Amey 
Griffin enjoy the action that 
they get from the Marching 
Band 



Emile Baker, Michelle 
Wilson, Jonies Roth and 
Melissa Medlen believe that 
they have the answers to many 
of the world's problems and 
want to change the world. 

Kim Kosovich likes to show 
everyone how she can twirl her 
baton during the Majorette 
performances. 

Flag Corps members. Bethanie 
Fine, April Dworning, 
Christie Ewing, Michelle 
Wilson, Jenny Willis, 
Marissa Mukavetz, Shannon 
Clark, Vicky Yarish, Kristen 
Urban and Shannon Glatz 
like to show their enthusiasm 
during the football games. 

Leah Cherne and Michelle 

Hising enjoy being a 
cheerleader during the Fall and 
Winter sports seasons. 



Students participate in many 
activities during their class 
times. 



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Activities Divider 




There are many activities that students at Euclid 
can participate in if they have the desire. Some 
groups meet during the school day, others after 
school and still others meet in the evening. Whatever a 
student's interests ai-e, there is usually a group that the 
student can belong to and find companionship. 





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 15 with the Gospel Choir. They 
also gave some day concerts. 



Jazz Band, Row one: Jean De Wine, 
Tim Day, Mike Zielinski, James 
Powell, Amy Weinbrecht, Row two: 
Megan Lipiec, Steve Paternite, Amy 
Burya, Frank De Luca, Martin 
Tomsic, Marques Mc Millian, Rob 
Walsh, Conductor, Ms. Diane 
Tizzano. Row three: Dan Giancola. 
Mike Reilly, Nick Tirabassi, Dave 
Kass, Ryan Farkas, Jenny Emser, 
Jason Skok, Milan Tomsic. 




Amy Weinbrecht and Amy Burya have a lot 
of fun playing in the Jazz Band. 



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Jazz Band 




Frank De Luca, 
Dan Giancola and 
Rob Walsh 

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The Orchestra gave it's annual winter 
concert on December 18, 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: Karen 
Salisbury, Jacqueline Young, Mike 
Lawrence, Kristin Knauss, Tamika 
Drake, Allison Abicunas, Kelly 
Wise, Diane Duke. Row two: 
Georgian Peric, Jennifer Poulos, 
Niki Yannaras, Julie Thompson, 
Kim Kosovich, Samantha Koerber, 
Jennifer Kosovich, Emilie Baker, 
De Arlen Green. Row three. Glen 
Ramdhan, Steve Sabo, Jenny 
Kmser, Abby Biehl, Christine 
Pcttard, Megan Lipiec, Amanda 
Price. Row four: Director, Mrs. 
Cathy Vetovetz, Kathryn Streiff, 
Shawn Joyce, Steve Patternite, 
Marcus Mc Millan. Amy Weinbre- 
cht, Rob Foster, Jenny Cicco. Row 
five: Nick Mc Gill, Phillip, Chris 
Mavle, Melissa Krivacic 



Mike Reilly, Dave Kass, Ryan Farkas and Jenny 
Em.ser practicing their music. 



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Marching Band did more than play at football games 



Usually the Marching Band 
performed at all of the football 
games and made a few extra 
appearances for concerts and similar 
activities at school. But this year, the 
band had many more opportunities for 
showcasing its talent. In the fall, the band 
traveled to Vermilion, Ohio to play in the 
annual Woolybear festival which was 
sponsored by Channel 8, whose weather- 
man, Dick Goddard, organizes the event. 
In one of the more exciting performances 
of the year, the band was invited to play 
in the Indians, World Series parade. The 
members departed from their traditional 
blue and gold uniforms and instead 
dressed completely in Indians parapher- 
nalia including face paint. The biggest 
trip of the year, however, came in 
November, when they travelled to 
Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida to 
perform in a parade in the Magic King- 
dom. The band raised money for this trip 
and prepared for it for two years, so it 
was very exciting when it finally came. It 
was a good way to end the 1997 March- 
ing Band season. 
-Amy Weinbrecht 



Mike Reilly, Mike Zielinski and Martin Tomsic and 

the rest of the hand dressed up for Halloween since the 
game with Brush was played on October 31. 




Saraii Lipiec, Angela Tucci, Glen Ramdhan, Martin Tomsic and Dawn Cicco playing before the game. 





Marching Band, Row one: Mike Zielinski, Matthew Hiscott, Dave Solema, Mario Shy, Rob Walsh, Megan Lipiec, Dave Giancola, jenny Cicco, Mike Verch, Nick 
Mc Gill, Vennie Palmer, Timothy Shcehan, Nicholas Tirabassi. Row two: Lisa Mc Leod, Steve Larsen, Christie Peacock, Brian Lennon, Dan Slepsky, Mark 
Moster, Diane Tizzano, Molly Miller, Stephanie Goodman, Christine Gecewich. Row three: Christie Berkheimer. Jaime Powell. Melissa Medlen, Amey Griffin, 
Dana Vanesky, Dawn Cicco, Shawn Joyce, Michaelynn Heuten, Angela Tucci, Antonina Fiorelli, Paime Paige, Carmen Rice Row four: Shana Miklavic, Julie 
Thompson, Aprielle Woods, Christine Pittard, Martin Tomsic, Karen Lcmieux, Jean De W ine, Beth Streiff, Amy Burya, Ahby Biehl, Jenni Emser, \alerie 
Carcasci, Jennifer Kosovich. Row five: Karen Hanson, Mike Rcilly, David Kilkenney, Milan Tomsic, Steve Paternite, Amy W einbrecht. Marques Mac Millan, 
Glen Ramdhen, Jenny Davies, Richie Rohl, Mandi Kane, Jackie Poike, Sarah Lipiec. Row six: Jessica Scott, Amanda Price, Kelly Hanson, James Roth, Mike 
Ray, Chris Mayle, Matt Speer, Ryan Mc Gill, Marsha Rainey, Ada Cunningham, Jen Rys, Tara Sparrows, James Davies, Elizabeth Scheurman, Kendra Smith 
Row seven: Marissa Mukavctz, Chad Henderson, Sean Lennon, Jason Skok, Tim Day, Ryan Farkas, Owen Strodtbeck, Geoff Englebrecht, Brian Cocherell, Sean 
Lennon, Nancy Miklowski, Jon Gudaitis, Dino Zuzic, Jeff Evans, Kim Kosovich, Shannon Clark. Row eight: \icki Yarish, Kristin Urban, Michelle W ilson. 
Celeste Armstrong, Tequila Wright, Erika Dennis, April Dworning, Nicole Jackson, Jennifer Barker. Rachel Eiding, Christie Ewing. Shannon Glatz, La Shawn 
Mc Griff, Bethany Fine, Rachel Smicklas, Tabitha Polachek, Liz Copic, Emilie Baker, Jennifer Willis. 








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Above: Band members playing on the lield. 

Left: The band on the track ready to go back to the 
stands after their performance. 



MarchiiiH Band 





Flag Corps waves their flags while on the field 



Euclid's 1997-98 Flag Corps began 
their season in August when they 
began practicing with the March- 
ing Band and the Majorettes. With 
captains Shannon Clark and Marissa 
Mukavetz the corps took on a fun and 
challenging year. The Corps consisted of 
girls that were interested in marching 
and waving their flags at all of Euclid's 
football games, various parades, and 
festivals. When their 4 months of long, 
hard dedication had come to a conclu- 
sion, it was time to say their good byes 
to the end of yet another great season. 
Everyone was sad to see the seniors 
leave but the underclassmen moved up 
to take their places in the program. 




Flag Corps. Row one: Marissa Mukavetz, Shannon Clark. Row two: Jenni Willis, Vicki Urich. Row three: 
Bethany Fine, Emilie Baker, Celeste Armstrong, Kristen Urbin, Michelle Wilson. Row four: Erica Dennis, 
Tabitha Polachek, Tequila Write, Rachel Smicklas, Lashawn Boswell. Row five: Crissy Eiding, April 
Dworning, Rachel Eiding, Jennifer Barker, Nicole Jackson, Shannon Clark. 




Shannon Clark and Vicki Yarish moving their flags 
to the music during a halftime ceremony. 



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Rachel Smicklas and Shannon Glatz ha\e enjoyed 

being with each other in the Flag Corps throughout the 

season. 

Michelle Wilson, Jenny Willis, Marissa Mukavetz, 

Shannon Clark, Vicki Yarish, Kristen Urban and 

Shannon Glatz dancina to one of the halftime sonas. 





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Majorettes twirl their batons on the field 




The majorettes for the 1997-98 
season included: Captain and 
feature twirler, senior Christy 
Peacock, captains, senior, Christy 
Gecewich and junior Jessica Scott. 
Other squad members included senior, 
Kim Kosovich. juniors, Shana 
Miklavcic and Karen Hanson, sopho- 
mores Kristy Berkheimer and Jennifer 
Kosovich and freshman Kendra Smith. 
They performed at all the football games 
and accompanied the Marching Band on 
all the trips that it made. The girls began 
practicing during the summer and 
worked throughout the season. It was an 
enjoyable experience for all. 
-Kim Kosovich 



Majorettes. Row one: Christy Peacock, Christ) Gecewich. Row two: Jessica Scott. Shana Mililavcic. R 
three: Kim Kosovich, Kendra Smith, Kristy Berkheimer, Jen Kosovich. Row four: Karen Hanson. 





Above left: Majorettes dancing at the game. 

Above: Jessica Scott, Karen Hanson, Kim Kosovich 

and Jennifer Kosovich came in costume to the 

Halloween evening game. 

Left: Shana Miklavcic, Christy Peacock, Karen 

Hanson, Kristy Berkheimer, Kendra Smith and Jen 

Kosov ich performing before a game. 



Feature Tu irler. Christy Peacock, performing before 
the same beiiins. 



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The choirs put mood into their music 



The Choral Masters and the 
Choraliers spent their Fall 
preparing for their annual 
Winter Concert which was 
presented on the evening of 
December 18 in the auditorium. 
The Varsity Chorale also pre- 
sented their concert on December 
18. 





Choraliers, Row one: Stephanie Hughes, Jenny Capretta, Melissa Breeding, Ashleigh Carr, Amy Bear, Maureen 
Courtney, Shannon Mc Collum, Vicl<i Bowser, Jessica Bowser. Row two: Director Diane Tizzano, Brandy Lesko, 
Makeshia Price, Candace Howard, Amy Bachmann. Meghan Wise, Tanya Dorsey, Director, Mrs Petri.. 




Choral Masters, Row one: Kellie Wise, Terese Smith, Tayonna Davis, Lakeith Thomas, Dianca Reese, David Gilbert, 
Adrienne Conchan, Shannon Mc Peek, Laurel Kuhen, Michelle Fine. Row two: Stephanie Kazar, Maria Hall, Katana 
Batz, Monique Aldrige, Jim Mc Clave, Michael Mc Donald, Ryan Mc Gill, James Davis, Sarah Kenny, Susan King, 
Liz Copic. Row three: Bethany Fine, Krista Shaw, Dawn Attwood, Katie Collins, Jen Davis, Jason Short, Alisha Burr, 
Chris Mayle, Desmond Johnson, Nicole Kolenc. Row four: Nicole Cranow, Phil Kaminski, John Smarsh, Laquonta 
Lewis, Deanna Carr, Alex Brinovec, Lequisha Balliday, Directors, Bea Grushcow and Ken Ferlito. 

Mike Mc Donald, Sarah Keller and Jim Mc Clave and Nadine Kontra, 
Shannon Mc Peek, Ryan Mc Gill and Liz Copic are all enjoying themselves 
before their concert is about to heain. 



Choraliers. Choral Masters 






Varsity Chorale puts on a show for the audience 



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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 throughout 
the school year so they developed into a 
close knit group. One of their concerts 
was with the Choraliers and Choral 
Masters and Orchestra on December 18. 



Varsity Chorale. Row one: Nicole Samsa, .Jessica Hendricl^son. .Ion Hoinski, Leati Ctierne, Milte Lawrence. 
Row two: Crystal Jamerson, David King, Kim Kosovich, Mike Paoloni, Jean De Wine, Nate Dore, Candace 
Longshaw, Jessica Locust. Row three: Chris Zielinski, Sarah Keller, Desmond Johnson, Liz Montague, Jason 
Watkins, Andrew Walker, Chris Mayle, Dan Seifried, Jenna Kuklica, Kirsten Knauss. 

Varsity Chorale girls and boys dancing to the music 




Jean De Wine, Nate Dore and Crystal Jamerson 

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Above: Andrew Walker, Jean De Wine, Kim Kosovich, Mike Paoloni and Kristen 
Knauss singing together. 

Left: Leah Cherne being lifted by Andrew Walker while practicing 
for their concert. 



Varsity Chorale 




Voices of New Life Choir puts on annual winter concert 



The members of the Voices of New 
Life Choir gave their annual 
concert along with the East 222nd 
St. Stage Band on December 15, 1997 in 
the auditorium. The choir was directed by 
Mr. Clifford Beasley and practiced after 
school throughout the Fall in preparation 
for the concert. Members of the Voices of 
New Life Choir included Monique 
Aldridge, Tiffany Anderson, Verea 
Bibbs, Cliristina Burrell, Shawntee 
Clay, Keyanlia Davis, Tayonna Davis, 



Ericl^a Dennis, Autumn Ducliwortli, 
Petrice Evans, Asiha Floyd, Sheereeda 
Floyd, Donna Fuller, Felicia Fuller, 
Chaclty Gillium, Kandasha Glenn, 
Antoine Goodwin, Erica Grant, Chrissy 
Green, Eabonie Harrington, Latisha 
Heath, Jaonza Hicks, Russell Howard, 
Diane Hutchins, Denise Ingram, Mercedes 
Ivey, Tiffany Ivey, Crystal Jamerson, 
Desmond Johnson, Gabrielle Johnson, 
Gabrielle Kelly, Ashley Kenner, Jessica 
Locust, Melissa Longo, Lamar Mc 



Kinney, Quitashia Miles, Courtney Mills, 
Jackie Montgomery, Cordell Morris, 
Shirli Morris, Amber Norris, Vennie 
Palmer, LeeRoy Panneli, Katrina Parker, 
Omega Parker, Makeshia Price, Alicia 
Rennix, Alan Rice, Carmen Rice, Shayla 
Smith, Tara Sparrow, Nicole Terrence, 
Janiece Thompson, Lakeshia Walker, 
Latrice Weems, Chanita Wells, Coretta 
Wells, Ebony Wheeler, Vernadette White 
Jasmine Wilson, Suzanne Winter. 



Right: Mr. Clifford 
Beasley accompaning 
the Voices of New Life 
Choir before their 
performance. 



3elow Right: Members 
practicing before it is 
time to go on stage. 



Below: Before their 
performance, the 
members joined hands 
in a giant circle and 
prayed for each other. 




Concert Band allows 



students to show their musical abilities 





Concert Band, Row one: Rob Walsh, Vinnie Palmer, Melissa Shy, Brian Lennon, Dave Solema, Nick Mc Gill, 
Mark Moster, Mario Sigh, Dan Slepsky. Row two: Ada Cunningham, Tara Sparrows, Valerie Cancasci, 
Dawn Cicco, Ashleigh Carr, Elizabeth Scheurman, Amanda Kane, Christine Pittard, Matrika Johnson. 
Karen Lemieux, Amanda Price. Row three: Nanci Miklowski, Jen Rys, Jenny Cicco, Antonina Fiorelli. Kelly 
Hanson, Amey Griffin, Jamie Paige, Michaelynn Heaton, Shaun Joyce, Jackie Poike, Carmen Rice. Ryan Mc 
Gill, Erica Witten, Chad Henderson, Tim Day, Owen Strodtbeck. Row four: Melissa Medlen, James Roth, 
Abby Biehl, Gilla Kay, Dana Veneskey, Meggie Mama, Angela Tucci, Milan Tomsic, Glen Ramdhan, Ryan 
Farkas, Mike Zielinski, Director. Diane Tizzano. Row five: Jennifer Davies, Sean Lennon, Jonathan Gudaitis, 
Shaun Holness, Jason Skok, Matt Spear, Sara Lipiec, James Davies, Jeff Evans, Mike Reilley, Jennifer 
Emser, Molly Miller. Row six: Michael Ray, Chris Mayle, Nick Tirabassi, Amy Weinbrecht, Michael Verch, 
Matt Hiscott, Tim Sheehan, Steve Paternite, Martin Tomsic, Brian Cocherell, Dino Zuzic, Jean De Wine, 
Dave Kilkenney, James Powell, Goeffrey Englebrecht. 




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Under the direction of Diane Tizzano 
and assistant director Molly Miller, 
the Euclid High Concert Band 
consistently excelled during the 1997-98 
school year. The Band's portfolio of songs 
contained traditional and modem pieces. 
Everything from Mozart's Abduction From 
the Seraglio to Ralph Raymond Hays' A 
Disney Tribute was played by this excep- 
tional band. Even though their concerts were 
few and far between due to budget cuts, the 
band managed to maintain their school spirit 
and enthusiasm throughout the year. 
-Amv Burya 




Martin Tomsic and Amy Weinbrecht getting ready to 

practice. 

Left and Below: Concert Band students practicing for 

their performances. 




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Office Aides help the school run smoothly 



A secretaries work was never done 
but with the help of students the 
load was greatly lessened. Every 
day, students who gave up their study 
halls, helped the staff with filing, atten- 
dance or many other odd jobs. They were 
always running around in the halls on 
missions for counselors or principals or 
secretaries. They helped to make the 
staff's work easier. 




Courtney Sharp, Michelle Heising, Beth Streiff, 
Nicki Schiffbauer, Lynne Stern and Melissa 
Breeding helping out around the offices. 



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Office Aides/Peer Tutors 



Erin Flynt, Allison Hrovat, Christy Peacock, 
Terry Kontra and Jill Swansegar, Brian Zorman 
and Terry Kontra, Lauren Arnold, Erin Flynt and 
Margaret Corcoran, Erin Flynt, Lauren Arnold 
and Dan Seifried and Jessica Serwatka, Angela 
Grida and Courtney Highland, Jenea Weems and 
Rachel Dixon, Janelle Colini and Niki Sams and 
Christy Peacock all helping the offices work better. 
Right: Students sighning up to be Peer Tutors to 
help students having trouble in classes. 




N.J.R.O.T.C. helps students get to college 



Four years ago the Euclid chapter of 
the Naval Junior Reserve Officers 
Training Corps was founded at 
Euclid High School. The program gave 
students a chance to learn about the 
Navy and to learn about themselves. 
They participated in programs within the 
school by being guides during Parent- 
Teacher conferences and were color 
guards during football and basketball 
games. They went on trips to other 
schools and had competitions with other 
groups. The program enabled them to 
advance when they enrolled in college 
and secure funds for further education. 




Top: Students learning how to march correctly. 

Middle: Valerie Van Ho, Erik Freeman, Christina 

Burrell and Christopher Litwinowicz being a color 

guard at a football game. 

Above: Alan Rice, Milte Hartson, Matt Giliessen and 

Sean Hodge were color guards at the Blue Angel 

assembly. 



Top: Melissa Breeding, Rachel Dixon, Erik 
Freeman, Thomas Hartley and Ed Farrell being 
helpful during Open House. 

Above: Eric Freeman and John Sanderson practicing 
their drill techniques. 



Erik Freeman, Matthew Gilles.sen, Richard 
Gecewich and John Sanderson were color guards at a 
basketball game. 



N.J.R.O.T.C. 



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The National Honor Society 
consisted of students who had high 
academic achievement as well as 
being involved in many activities both 
within and outside the school. In order to 
be a member a student had to be above 
average in grades, citizenship, character 
and service. The members helped out 
during the year by acting as guides during 
some programs and other activities. The 
advisers for the group were Ms. Lisa 
Howell and Ms. Maria Clinkscales. 



Right: NHS president. Patricia Carpenter, shows the 

proper use of eating utensils while waitint to be served 

at the induction luncheon. 

Far right; NHS members discussing what will be done 

in the future at one of their meetings. 

Below right: Nikki Yannaras, Jeff Cahill, Joiin 

Fuduric, Ryan Heramb, Kristin Kascali, Christy 

Peacoclt, Jessica Serwatka, Allen Slamic and 

Courtney Strah being inducted into NHS. 

Below and bottom: NHS members enjoying their 

induction luncheon in the library. 





National Honor Society 
students are highly motivated 





National Honor Society. Row one: Kristin Kascalv, Martin Tomsic. Jason Waina. Micliael Miklavcic, Steve 
Yannaras. Maria Williams. Row two: Allen Slamic, Lori .Mitskavich. .Allison Hrovat. Lisa Udovich, Karen 
Lemieux, Katy Carmichael. Melanie Fuller, Amy Salupo. Row three: Ryan Farkas, Vanessa Gallman, Katy 
Kunsman, Patricia Carpenter. Erin Patterson, Dan Seifried, Susan King Row lour: Darrius Durr, Jessica 
Serwatka, Christy Peacock, Jon Hoinski. Megan Lipiec, Katie Collins, Wendy Barker, Ahby Stanic. Row 
five: Julie Thompson, Melissa Medlen, Amanda Price, Lynne Stern. Row six: Gina Prodan, Erin Reilley, 
Jenna Kuklica, Rick Bartel. Row seven: Lauren .Arnold. Leah Cherne. Niki Sams. Nikki Yannaras. Row 
eight: Brian Scheider. Courtney Strah, Shannon Ivancic, Megan Novinc. Row nine: Jill Swansegar, Allison 
Metti, Alex Brinovec, Katie Dobucki. Row ten: Jennifer Grabianowski. Kevin Carse, Karen Salisbury. Karen 
Hanson. Row eleven: Chanel Lockett. Kristina Brewer. Row twelve: Shaun Holness, Anthony Castrovince, 
Dave Solema. 




Above: NHS members at the indtiction luncheon in the 
library. 

Above left: Shamuire Spivey. Patricia Carpenter and 
Lisa Udovich running one of the meetings. 

Left: Lisa Udovich passing out carnations to the junior 
candidates. 



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Ski Club had a fun 
time despite warm winter 




Fifty-three Euclid students ventured 
out to Brandywine Ski Resort each 
Thursday evening during January 
and February and enjoyed the fun of sHding 
down the hills on either skis or 
snowboards. Even though the Winter of 
1997-98 was one of the warmest on record 
there was good skiing due to the tremen- 
dous snowmaking capacity at the ski areas. 
The warm weather meant that while the 
slopes were covered with snow, those 
people skiing, or snowboarding did not 
have to suffer through subzero chill factors. 
A dramatic increase in the number of 
snowboarders this year kept the ski club at 
Brandywine where they have a half pipe 
and other snowboarding toys. Whether the 
snowy slope enthusiasts were skiing or 
snowboarding, they were able to have a fun 
time in the Winter. 

-Gina Prodan 



Ski Club members, Gina Prodan, Oral Williams, 
Fred Dworning, Jason Watkins, Allison Metti, Steve 
Cozart, Amanda Price, Julie Thompson, Shannon 
Setser, Amy Ficere, Shana Miklavcic, Dan 
Fitzpatrick, Dave Cerne, Juan Hernandez, Ryan 
Smith, Jeff Sierputowski, Matt Krutsch, Dennis 
Disbrow, Ryan Maloney, Rich Dotson, Matt 
O'Hara, Nick Tirabassi, Pat Finnegan, Megan 
Ballanger and Greg Schanouer on the bus out to 
Brandywine anticipating a fun time on the slopes. 




Gina Prodan, Oral Williams and Andrew Walker on 

the hill with their snowboards. 





Ski Club 



Above Left: Nick Tirabassi, Shana Miklavcic, 

Michelle Knistautas, Shannon Setser, Amy Ficere, 

Ryan Maloney and Christina Browski ready to go out 

after getting their equipment. 

Above: Pat Gutbrod, Megan Ballanger, Andrew 

Walker and Melissa Waina getting dressed. 

Above Right: Matt Krutsch, Dennis Disbrow, Shana 

Miklavcic, Shannon Setser and Christine Browski 

ready for their lesson. 

Left: Jill Swansegar, Brian Zorman, Karen Lemieux 

and Pat Gutbrod getting ready to ski. 

Right: Allison Metti, Julie Thompson, Amanda 

Price, Derek Malenda and Mike Babuder getting 

ready to learn about skiing and snowboarding. 







Wai Napolo 
worked on swimming together 



Wai Napolo: Elizabeth Scheurman, Kelly Hanson, Jennifer Davies, Dana Majer, Lynne Stern, Jennifer 
Emser, Lisa Basalla, Amanda Price, Chrissy Ewing, Liz Copic. Not pictured. Erin Herzberg, Nicole Kolenc, 
Ananda Kane. 



Wai Napolo was a group of girls 
who enjoyed swimming together. 
The purpose of synchronized 
swimming was to swim together to music. 
They were scheduled to put on their annual 
swim show in the Spring but due to the loss 




of the school levy for the fourth time in 
February all sports, bussing and activities 
were cancelled so the girls were not able to 
put on their show. Mrs. Heather Koczur 
and Ms. Lisa Kurlander were the advisers 
for the group. 



Far left: Chrissy Ewing, 
Jen Davies, Dana 
Majer, Amanda Price, 
Jennifer Emser, Lynne 
Stern, Kelly Hanson, 
Elizabeth Scheurman 
and Lisa Basalla 
practicing their 
formations in tlie water. 

Left: The Wai Napolo 
girls listening to 
Advisers. Mrs. Heather 
Koczur and Ms. Lisa 
Kurlander explain what 
they should be doing. 



Far Left: Dan Fitzpatrick and Dave Cerne waiting for 

their ski lesson to form. 

Left: Liz Copic, Kelly Hanson, Elizabeth Scheurman, 

Chrissy Ewing, Jen Davies, Dana Majer, Jennifer 

Emser, Lynne Stern, Lisa Basalla and Amanda Price 

practicing their numbers on land before going into the 

water. 



Wai Napolo 




A.F.S. helps students learn about other countries 



The purpose of the American Field 
Service Club(A.F.S.) was to give 
students a chance to see how 
students from other cultures lived. The 
club usually hosted a foreign exchange 
student while they visited the United 
States and they would usually visit other 
clubs in other states so they could interact 
with students of other cultures. Mrs. 
Barbara Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis 
were the advisers for the club. 





Melissa Bartchak and Ingrid Orlic showing 
information about A.F.S. to parents during Open 
House. 



A.F.S Club, Row one: Wakako Hirata, Celeste Armstrong, Matrika Johnson, Gabrielle Kelly, Michelle Fine. 
Row two: Kristin Clark, .Jackie Poike, Karen Lemieux. Row three: Megan Ballanger, Lisa Basalla, Alisha 
Burr. Row four: Natalie Beck, Liz Skok, Mandy Kane. Row five: Ingrid Orlic, Melissa Rhylchik, Ursula 
Wein, Sesame Winter, Katy Carmichael. 




Above: Katy Carmichael and Ingrid Orlic discuss 
plans for the trip to visit another school with advisers 
Mrs. Barbara Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis. 

Right Above and Below: A.F.S. members learn what is 
going to be happening throughout the year. 



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A.F.S. 




World Changers want to pray for a better world 





World Changers was a group of 
students who tried to reinforfe 
Christian values among their 
members. They met before school and 
would discuss religion and pray together. 



World Changers had a prayer around the llagpole one 
morning during the Fall. 

Lett: Antoinette Aquilla. .Jen Davies, Sean Lennon, 
Matt Gor.se, Mandy Kane, Erica Scaparotti, Chris 
Mayle, Amey Griffin, Kristin Clarli and Angela 
Tucci meeting together to learn ahout others. 

Below: Leaders. Jackie Pollie and Emilie Baker 
discuss problems with Aaron Smith, Celeste 
Armstrong, Devon Voll and Shannon (liatz 




Science Olympiacs gives students a chance to compete in science against other schools 




The Science Olympic team was a 
group of students that were 
interested in science and competed 
in many events with other schools in the 
Spring at Case Western Reserve Univer- 
sity. In some events they had to build 
things that they would then use to 
compete with the other schools. In other 
events they had to do some sort of science 
experiment to separate something or 
identify something. Mrs. Christine 
Torrelli was the adviser for the group. 



Mrs. Christine Torrelli gives out event information to 
Kelly Hanson, Ben Whittaker, Amy Weinbrecht, 
Mike Tschantz, Mike Paoloni, Ken VVardcIl and 
Allison Metti. 



World Changers/ 
Science Olympiacs 




S.A.V.E. hopes to help the environment 



The students who were active in 
Students Against Violating the 
Environment(S.A.V.E.) were 
dedicated to helping make the earth's 
resources last longer. They collected 
aluminum can for recycling and learned 
about ways that would conserve resources. 
Mrs. Chris Torrelli was the adviser for the 
group. 





S.A.V.E. members decidmg what they will be doing for 
the club. 



Adviser. Mrs. Chris Torrelli, talks to some members of the S.A.V.E. club about what to expect throughout the 
year. 



K.O.T.B. helps students learn about people who are different 



Kids On The Block(K.O.T.B.) was 
an organization that tried to get 
students to look at other people 
in a more favorable light. The students 
used puppets to put on skits in which 
there were different types of people for 
the elementary and middle schools. The 
idea was for the students to look at the 
similarities in people rather than their 
differences. 





Above: K.O.T.B. members learning about what they 
will be doing in the club. 

Left: Stephanie Hughes and Jessica Hendrickson 

practicing with the puppets that they will be using 
for their presentations. 

Right: Mrs. Ellen Klein explains what is going to 
happen throughout the year to the K.O.T.B. 
members. 




F.T.A. helps students learn about education 




^ ^Are you interested in becoming a 
teacher?" If so. Future Teachers of 
America(F.T.A.) was for you. The 
purpose was to introduce students to the 
field of education. The members learned 
about many of the aspects of education 
and what goes on during the day. Mrs. 
Kathy Pasquale was the adviser for the 
group. 



F.E.A. members. Melissa Shea, Mary Tracy, 
Christine Metti. and Sara Hufnagle at the F.E.A. 
display at Open House. 



Clinic Aides helps students who are sick 



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Clinic Aides helped out by running 
errands and giving a hand when and 
however they could. When a student 
was hurt and had to be sent home, the aides 
got anything that needed to be sent home. 
Although they couldn't help the injured person 
they were able to fill ice bags, give out band- 
aids and take temperatures. They were greatly 
appreciated by the health aides, Mrs. Dona 
Schultz and Mrs. Mickey Segulin. 



Above: Katy Kunsman helping Mrs. Dona 
Schuiz take care of her records in the clinic. 

Left: Cultural Club members, Kim Kosovich, 
Elizabeth Vurusic, Jennifer Kosovich and 
Ursula Wein were all dressed up traditional 
clothing for the Open House. 







Lynne Stern helping take care of a sick person in the 
clinic. 



F.T.A./Clinic Aides 





The Vocational Automotives program helps students to be auto mechanics 



Vocational Automotives was a 
program that enables students to 
learn how to repair automobiles. 
Students began as juniors and learned the 
basics of auto repairs. As seniors they 
learned more about the systems in a car 
and how to troubleshoot problems and be 
a good auto mechanic. Mr. Tony 
Roztnan was the new instructor in the 
program due to the retirement of Mr. Ray 
Montani. 





Sliiioi Vocational Automotives: Ronnie Edmonds, Terrance Watson, Emmanuel Burton, Donte Thomas, .Sean 
DIugos, Keith Roberts, instructor. Mr. Tony Rozman. 




Junior Vocational Automotives. Row one: Dclanoe Harris, ,Ioel Edwardsen, Lawrence Jones, Demond Stevens, 
Steve Dawson, Mike Christopher. Row two: Brian Leben, Jason Linton, Deshaun Lewis, Atini Ransaw. Row 

j^, three: Will Nelson, Stephen Walker, David Locich, Matt Konchan, Ben Halstead, Craig Hatcher, Almeda 

\ Herrick, Erin Tanner, Instructor. Mr. Tony Rozman. 

Above Left; Donte Thomas worl^ing hard on an 
engine in order to get it to run. 

Left: Emanuel Burton inspecting the steering 
linkage on a front end to see if any work needs to be 
done. 

Right: Keith Roberts and Joel Stavange deciding 
what has to be done on the engine. 





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Art program 
prepares students for graphics designs 




Students in the Commercial Art 
program learned about drawing and 
making things that looked nice. 
They developed portfolios that they could 
use when they were seeking employment. 
The program was instructed by Mrs. Edie 
Mellen. 




Commercial Art, Row one: Instructor. Mrs Edie Mellen, Naja Weeams, Vaniro Prokop. Niki Strukel. .\my 
Howell, Romero Howard, Erinn Delaney, Greg Meyers Row two: Matt O'Hara, Tony Pennza, Lia Ledford. 
Deshaun Cousette, Mike Boothe, Rayshaun Bailey, Michael Miller, Nick Shyree. 



Deshawn Cousette, Romero Howard and Leah 
Ledford working on their projects during their art 

class. 



Cooperative Business Education enables students to work in the office environment 

Cooperative Business Education 
(CBE) was a program in which 
students attended school in the 
morning and worked in an office in the 
afternoon. Each of the students knew how 
to type and learned other skills such as 
word processing using Microsoft Word 
software, interviewing procedures, filing, 
machine transcription, electronic calcula- 
tor, telephone techniques and human 
relations skills. Cleveland Range, 
Linderme Tube, B & B Appliance, 
Kollander Travel, and Euclid Steel and 
Wire were some of the employers who 
were training students this year. Mrs. 
Ellen Klein was the instructor for the 

CBE: Kelly Taylor, Maureen Mc Cluskcy, Ivana Simicevic, Theresa Zellhofer, Amanda Meyer, Shalyn ° "' 

Thomas, Christine Barquinero, La Kesha Taylor, Adrienne Willis, Chameka Brooks, Tiffany Hurt, 
Christine Sanelli, Rebecca Crismor, Nina Parrino, Nicole Patterson, Instructor, Mrs. Ellen Klein, Danielle 
Grande, Kimberly Hutton, Tiffany Smith. 

Kimberly Hutton. Mrs. Ellen Klein. Rebecca 
Crismor, .Adrienne Willis, LaKesha Taylor, 
Chameka Brooks, and Christina Barquinero working 
at their computers. 





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Cooperative Business Education 



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Law Enforcement class trains students for career in security 



Law Enforcement gives students a 
chance to see how police and 
security forces operated. They 
spent time in class learning about security 
but also spent time in the halls between 
periods and at school events helping with 
security. They monitored the closed circuit 
cameras that were located throughout the 
school. Mr. Nick Selvaggio was the 
instructor for the class. 





Senior Vocational Law Enforcement, Row one: Jennifer Pachoike, Beckie Rushing, Christina Jackson. Rachel 
Ackley, Brad Wade. Row two; Leslie Siders, Chris Earley, Tony Weiss, Kevin Shea, Michael Carruth, John 
Hammond. Row three: Instructor. Mr. Nick Selvaggio, Walter Schultz, Dan Majer, Paul Schweikert, Dragan 
Paulic, Eric Smith, Mark Molk. 




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Law Enforcement 



Junior Vocational Law Enforcement. Row one: Robert Ronske, Shawn Skidmore, Marsha Nunn, Jackie Oriso, 
Richard Morris, Leonard Scott. Row two: Instructor, Mr. Nick Selvaggio, Joe Grazi, Chris Emans. Gerald 
Kvie, Jeremv Hilbish, Anthonv Bitassa, Alan Schmidt. 



Above Left: Rachel Ackley watches the monitors 
showing the activities going on in the halls of the 
school. 

Left: It looks as if the law enforcement members 
have captured Lisa Udovich and Karen Salisbury 
and they are getting their customary single phone 
call. 

Right: Richard Morris and Shawn Skidmore 

using their computers to help learn their material. 




Marketing Education shows students about selling 




Senior Marketing, Row one: Adviser, Jean Jelenic, Clifton Bunton. Barry Hill, Pat Grisez, Shaun Cummings, 
Mike Creer. Row two: Stephanie Fox, Lauren Arnold, Monique Fofanah, Robyn Ulle, Margaret Corcoran, 
Jamie Cole, Hanisha Hall, Norine Bryant, Courtney Strah, Vanessa Gallman. 



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Distributive Education Clubs of 
America (DECA) was an 
association of Marketing students 
that coincided with Euchd's Marketing 
Education class. Mrs. Jean Jelenic was ^ 
the adviser for the club. In DECA, j 

students took part in a competitive series 
of events that dealt with advertising, 
management and marketing. Students 
competed on the district level and 
sometimes on the state and national 
levels. Euclid DECA attended a district 
'kickoff meeting at the beginning of the - 
year which featured a presentation by a 
local radio personality. They also 
conducted fund-raising efforts to pay for 
the trips to competitions. In their junior 
year, marketing students studied business 
finance, marketing research and other 
business related activities. Seniors spent 
part of the day in school learning about 
job interviewing, sales and advertising. 
During the remainder of the day they 
were employed at local retail, wholesale 
or service businesses. 

-Courtney Strah 




Junior Marketing. Row one: Bethany Jackson, Erika James, Margaret Corcoran, Ronetta La Shore, Pat 
Grisez, Lauren Arnold, Norine Bryant, Ricci Gaughan, Tina Peric. Row two: Adviser Jean Jelenic, Jonathan 
Gudaitis, Michael Verch, Tim Weintraub, Leslie Hewett, Kelly Young, Shermel Howard, Noel Williams, 
Jason Tolliver, Sarah King, Anne Slusser. 

Above Right: Bethany Jackson and Erika James 

working on their assignments. 

Right: Robyn Ulle, Lauren Arnold and Margaret 
Corcoran look like tliey are enjoying what they are 
learning. 

Left: Leslie Hewett, Kelly Young, Shermel 
Howard, Norine Bryant, Lauren Arnold, Tim 
Weintraub, and Ronetta La Shore working to 
understand their material. 






Special programs 
aim to keep students in school 



Diversified Cooperative Training 
(DCT) gave students a chance to 
get credit for going to school but 
also gave them experience in the working 
world since they had a job to go to. The 
instructor was Mr. Dick Homovec. 





Diversified Cooperative Training, Row one: Kim Shippy, Larry Brown, Jim Duer, Shmcre Ingram, Andy 
Ludvik, Carrie Schoen, Beau Woodford. Row two: Kristin Bell, Shaun Brochalv, Jarod Ganser, Chrissy 
Kovacevich, Ctiris Pierce, Jotin W'ahl, Christina Vega. 



Christina \ ega and John Wahl working on their 
classwork. 



The GRADS program offered an opportunity for pregnant 
students and young parents to share ideas, to gain confidence 
and support, and to increase the likelihood that they would 
remain in school with little intenuption until graduation. 




Graduation. Reality, and 

Dual-Role Skills: Tonya 

Gardner, Chavon Riggins, 

Jasmin Ward, Tiffany 

Harris, Kelly Lewis, 

Tamilia Hall, Tiffany 

Williams, Lashunda 

Washington, Tammy 

Taylor. 






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Occupational Work Adjustment. Row one: Thadra Wolenstein, Diane Lingsdale, Chris Abbott. Row two: John 
Burke, Scott Ortman, Chris Moore, Leonna Foster, James Clark, Instructor. Mike Sheck. 

Above left: Andy Ludvik, Jim Duer and Chris Pierce 

trying to understand their assignment. 

Left: Jarod Ganser, Shmere Ingram and Chrissy 
Kovacevich doing the work that is required of them. J 



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The Euclidian records the school year 





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 
1997-98 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 1997-98. 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. 

Left: Erin Patterson, Lori Mitskavich, Zinal Patel 
and Courtney Strah arranging pages to be sent. 
Below Left; Courtney Strah filling out picture labels. 
Below: Lori Mitskavicii indexing names on the pages. 



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Students always find a way to spend money 



Having a job was an important part 
of the Lives of many Euclid High 
School students. For some it was 
something that they only did during the 
summer so they could devote more time 



throughout the year to their studies. But for 
most, it was a year-round job that they went 
to. Some students had jobs to help save 
money for post-secondary education but 



most of them used the money they earned to 
buy clothes, tapes, CD's and of course, cars. 
The car was often necessary so they could 
get to work so they could pay for the car. 




Lisa Taplin keeps the shelves stocked at 

Marc's 

Vernadette White sells really nice pastries 

at Dave's Supermarket. 



Christy Fulton will be happy to sell 
youitems at Marc's. 

Bryan Conyers is available at the Lakeshore 
Movie theater to show you where to sit. 



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Juan Hernandez, Michaelann Murphy and Matt O'Hara ready 
to wait on someone at Kevin's Kustard. 



Fred Kope will be 
happy to bag your 
groceries at Ryder's 
Stop and Shop. 









Many Euclid students like to celebrate Halloween 



Halloween was different for the 
1997-98 school year since October 
31 fell on a Friday and there 
wasn't any school since the teachers had 
an Inservice Day. Another problem was 



Sarah Via and Kelly Wallend and Wes Crane and 
Karen Battle show off their costumes. 



that Friday was the final regular season 
home football game and Student Council did 
not put on their annual Halloween Party of 
residents of the community since they felt 
the football game would interfere with the 

Leslie Hicks and Eugene Warner and 
James Fernatt and Gabe Cogley got into 
the spirit of the day. 



number of participants. Because of this, 
dress-up day was Thursday, October 30. 
Many students showed their spirit by 
dressing up in all types of scary and not-so- 
scary ways to celebrate the day. 

Right: Jean De Wine, Mike Lawrence, 
Mike Ray, Kelly Baylog, Mandy Kane and 
Liz Montague. 





Above: Stacy Zdesar and Tracy Martorello. 
Left: Dawn Merrltt, Geoff Quigley, Regina Smith, Crystal 
Jamerson, Shanelle Owens, Michelle Knistautas, Michaelann 
Murphy, Liz Copic, Kevin Carse, Jacobrobert Swetel and Jon 
Hoinski all dressed up. 




Christine Metti, Allison Metti, Karen Salisbury, Megan Novinc 
Niki Yannaras and John Wolchko. 




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The Survey tells what's going on throughout the school 



^^URVEY. the school's voice, managed 
^k to bring to the forefront, issues of 
kJ concern from competition to exposes 
on drinking. The student paper operated on a 
higher level than before, with graphics and a 
smooth running team. The paper was like any 
publication, in that there was unity and of 
course the stress. Stress from meeting the 
deadlines, to trying to persuade people to 
open their minds and to provide their 
opinions. This was the ultimate mission of 
SURVEY. 

This year, throughout the hassles that the staff 
stepped upon, there was a greater turnout of 
people eager to use the power of the pen. 
Students verbally expressed desires to use 
their talents, from photography to comics. In 
SURVEY, as long as one had a desire to 
commit, provide ideas, and possibly to lead 
the paper, there was a place for anyone. 
This year's Co-Editors-in-chief were Susan 
King and Karen Salisbury. It was their job to 
make sure that everything got done and into 
place at the right time. 



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Law rence, Lori Mitskavich. Row two: Erin Reilley, Shannon Ivancic. Nikki Sams. Megan Novinc, Karen 
Salisbury, Michael miklavcic, Lou Lindic. Row three: Allison Hrovat, Allison Metti, Erin Patterson. Row 
four: Eddie Marcus, Anthony Castrovince, Darrius Durr. Row fixe: Adviser. Stan Bender, Christine Metti, 
Dan Seifried, Vishante Sudama, Karen Hanson, Niki Yannaras, Jennifer Williams, Shruthy Malik. Row six: 
Marissa Mukavetz, Jennifer Willis, Courtney Strah. 




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Eucuyo publishes student's original works 





Eucuyo was Euclid's Literary 
magazine, 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. Following the trend that 
was begun in 1997, the 1998 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. 



Adviser, Mrs Judy Stobinski, discusses the plans for the year willi Natalie Becli, .Jenna Kuklica, Dan Seifried, 
Allison Pcnko. and Mike Lawrence. 



Allison Penko, Mary Tisi and Gina Gaglioni learning about 
what is going to happen with Eucuyo throughout the year. 







There were a lot of rumors about the Fall Play 



This year's Fall Play was a comedy 
full of laughs. Written by Neil 
Simon, Rumors was definitely a 
fitting name for the show. In the play the 
deputy mayor of New York, Charley Brock, 
apparently attempted to commit suicide 
before his tenth wedding anniversary party. 
As the guests arrived they tried to keep what 
happened quiet, and at the same time figure 
out what happened to the servants and to 
Charley's wife, Myra. who are all missing. 
And then, to make matters worse, the police 
showed up. 

The talented cast consisted of seniors, Alan 
Rice, and Jennifer Grabianowski, juniors, 
Dan Seifried, Jon Hoinski, Jessica 
Hendrickson, Jenna Kuklica and Val Van 
Ho. and sophomores, Mike Lawrence, 
Nate Dore and Aisha Howard. The stage 
crew consisted of Kirsten Knauss. Joan 
Cook, Kelly Collins and Michelle Fine. 
The play was directed by Ms. Christina 
Soltesz. 

-Jon Hoinski 




Jessica Hendrickson, Jon Hoinski, Aisha Howard, 
Mike Lawrence and .Alien Rice discussing liow 
Charley is doing. 




Due to a gunshot, Dan 
Seifried is temporarily deaf 
and is having a difficult time 
trying to talk on the phone. 



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Fall Play 



Above: Aisha Howard makes up a lie about 
Charley's whereabouts when talking with Alan Rice 
and Jennifer Grabianowski 

Right: Jon Hoinski and Jessica Hendrickson are both 
upset after learning that Charley shot himself. 




Fall Play Cast, Row 
one: Joan Cook, 
Kelly Collins, 
Klrsten Knauss, 
Alan Rice. Row 
two: Nate Dore, Val 
Van Ho, Mike 
Lawrence, Jenna 
Kuklica, Aisha 
Howard, Dan 
Seifried, Jessica 
Hendrickson, Jon 
Hoinski, Jennifer 
(irabianowski. Ms. 
Christina Soltesz. 



Far Left: Jon Hoinski and 
Jessica Hendrickson 

listen as Dan Seifried tries 
to tell them about what has 
happened to Charley. 

Lett: Jennifer 
(irabianowski crawls into 
ilic kitchen in order to 
prepare some food after 
her back goes out. 



Far Left: Aisha Howard writhes in pain after having 
tripped over the phone cord. 

Left: Aisha Howard and Jessica Hendrickson 

discuss the events that have happened during the 
evening. 



Fall Play 




The P. A. Announcers and the Media Aides help keep the school informed 



Competition was humorous, espe- 
cially noting that many students had 
the opportunity to jeer at their 
friends as they saw them on the television 
screen. But the highlight came when the 
letters of acceptance to a team of broadcast- 
ers were given.. Instead of the news being 
given over the P. A., it was conducted live, 
and always with people one was bound to 
remember. This year's team of broadcasters 
included: Mike Seifried, Dan Seifried, 
Dawn Merritt, Devin Veil, Lauren 
Arnold, Courtney Strah, Erin Flynt, and 
Jill Swansegar. Each person had a specific 
day that they were on, and all had to arrive 
at school by 7:30 to prepare. Usually there 
was time to review, but sometimes there 



were moments when there were 'last minute' 
pieces given that could not be rehearsed. In 
order to get the news to the classroom, 
however, the Media Aides had to set up the 
cameras and control what was going on in 
the studio. As the specific anchormen for the 
day assembled in the media room, camera- 
men like Tom Feldkamp, Jim Janosik and 
Brandon Bucar and Adviser, Mr. Allen 
Black provided moments of entertainment 
with their wicked senses of humor. They 
were in charge of the media room, the 
comedic graphics, the songs and the posi- 
tioning of the cameras. The highlights of the 
week were then presented to the audience, 
live and full of laughs. 




Above: Lauren Arnold 
and Courtney Strah go 

over their announce- 
ments before air time. 



Right: Jill Swansegar 
and Devin Vol! get 

ready for their 
broadcasts while Mr. 
Allen Black checks out 
the equipment. 



Top: Dr. Kurt Stanic talking to the students while 
Dan Seifried waits for his turn. 

Above: Mike Seifried, Dawn Merritt and Devin Vol! 

getting ready for their turns in front of the camera. 



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Mr. Allen Black helps Aaron Carpenter get his camera adjusted before they go 
on the air. 




Left; Dan Seifried and 
Erin Flynt reviewing 
their notes. 

Below Left: Brandon 
Bucar taking a break 
before the broadcast is 
about to begin. 

Below; Tom Feldkamp 
and Jim Janosik making 
sure that everything is 
ready for the broadcast. 



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Student Council is the organization that gets the jobs done 

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politics. Arguments. Friendship. Service. 
Ideas. Fiery spirits and apathetic smiles. 
You got all that and more out of Student 
Council. From Homecoming to Prom, the Euclid 
High School Student Council was there. The 
Executive Board consisted of Chanel 
Lockett, Christy Peacock, Leah Cherne and 
Jill Swansegar 

Homecoming weekend kicked off with each of 
the candidates giving a little speech on the 
morning announcements. The candidates were 
escorted by their parents at the football game and 
students who attended the Homecoming dance 
voted on the candidates. Throughout the year there 
were penny wars, balloon corsages and locker 
decorations that students could purchase. In 
January they raised money for victims of an 
apartment fire that occurred in Euclid. 

Although many things were more work than 
fun, weekly meetings were often chaotic and 
nerve-racking, and friendships and school-politics 
sometimes didn't mix well. It all came together in 
the end and the events of the school year were a 
success. Mr. Brad Mc govern and Ms. Mary An 
Peters were the advisers for Student Council. 




Student Council Executive Board and adviser.s. Adviser, Brad Mc Govern, Chanel Lockett, Christy Peacock, 
Leah Cherne. Jill Swansegar. Adviser, Mary Ann Peters. 




Shaun Cummings gave blood to help others when Student Council sponsored the blood drive. 



124 Student Council 



Shannon Glatz, Nate Dore. Chanel Lockett, Cheryl 
Brewer, Michael Mc Donald and Terry Kontra 

hanging around the refreshments that the students who 
gave blood got to eat. 



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Right: Lauren Arnold and Liz Skok getting some 
lights ready for decorating 

Far Right: Lisa Udovicli panning some decoration 
before Winter vacation. 



Student Council, Row one: 
Megan Stefanac, Jamie Paige, 
Nancy Urban, Angela Cipriano, 
Sliruti Malik, Kelly Collins 
Row two, Liz Skok, Dinal Patel, 
Nale Dore, Cheryl Brewer, 
Monique Aldridge, Kelly 
Baylog, Ericka Scaparotti, 
Stephanie Hughes. Row three. 
Leah Cherne, Niki Yannaras, 
Chanel Lockett, Crystal 
Jamerson, Laurel Grundman, 
Greg Schonauer, Leah Acino, 
Megan Ballinger. Row four, 
Jessica Bowser, Kelly Kontra, 
Darrius Durr, Emily Novak, 
Christy Peacock, Robyn Ulle, 
Ericka Gentile, Jenea Weems, 
Lauren Arnold, Erin Flynt, 
Destiny Harris, Zinal Patel, Jill 
Swansegar, Christy Fulton, 
Kristina Brewer, Courtney 
Strah. 




Right: Terry Kontra, Rich Dotson, Erin Flynt, 
Nikki Yannaras and Sue King selling balloons 
during the lunch periods. 
Far Right: Christy Peacock and Chanel Lockett 

selling sweat shirts for Student Council. 



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Key Club aims to help the school and the community 



Key Club was an international service 
organization in which members 
learned the true meaning of the word 
senice. It's purpose was to be of service to 
the school and the community. They col- 
lected food and money for needy families, 
and sponsored many worthwhile activities. 
Allison Penko was the president of the club 
and Mr. Allen Black was its adviser. 




Top: Allison Penko conducting one of the meetings. 
Above: Megan Novinc, Kelly Baylog and Allison 
Penko listening to Mike Seifried giving a report. 



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Key Club 



Top: Allison Penko, Kelly Baylog and Mike Seifried taking care ol the Key Club display during Open House in 
the Fall. 

Above: Key Club members learning about will be happening in the future. 



Poetry Club brings students who enjoy verse together 




Top: Mindy Zahorsky. Ms. Barbara Spiga, Gail Mc Kay, Joan Cook, Christina Gamero, Steplianie 
Tamburro and Paul Schweikcrt sharing Poetry with other. 

Middle: Members of the Poetry CUib learning about other people's taste in poetry. 

Bottom: Mrs. Michelle Mc Garry, Dave King, Allison Metti, Ms. Lucy Pratt, Sue King and Dan Seifried 

working together to try to get a winning team. 



The Poetry Club met on Thursdays 
in the library. During that time 
members listened to others as they 
read poetry that they had written or just 
read existing poetry. It gave the students a 
chance to get together and come in contact 
with other people's thoughts. Ms. Bar- 
bara Spiga was the adviser for the club. 



It's Academic was a group of students 
who participated in academic compe 
tition with other high schools. They 
met after school and practiced responding 
to questions similar to the ones that they 
could get during the competition. On 
February 7, they participated in a 
Buzzerpalooza" at Case Western Reserve 
University and on March 7 they taped the 
program that was aired on March 22. The 
team consisted of Derik Malenda, 
Allison Metti and Landon Proctor with 
Dan Seifried, Mike Lawrence and 
Donte Goodwin being alternates. Pat 
DiLaila, Amy Weinbrecht and Andrew 
Walker also participated. Ms. Lucy 
Pratt and Mrs. Michelle Mc Garry were 
the advisers for the group. 




Ms. Lucy Pratt going over some of the questions while 
Dave King listens. 



Poetry Club/ 
It's Academic 





A locker was a student's 
/\ storage place away from 
A. A.home. It was a place to keep 
clothes, books, pencils, paper and all 
the other items that most students 
found necessary to help tame the 
jungle of problems that they faced 
each day at school. Most students 
just used their lockers for storage, but 
others used their lockers as a means 
of self expression as shown by the 
way that they decorated them. 



Lockers are a way for some students to express themselves 




Kim Kosovich and Jcnni Eniser want everyone to see 
what thev have in their lockers. 



Clockwise from top left: Jessica Scott, Jenea Weems, 
Jennifer Kosovich and Kelly Baylog show off their 
nicely decorated lockers. 





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James Poulson is a new Unit 
Principal wlio has learned a lot 
about what goes on at Euclid 
and can answer most questions 
that students have. 

Mrs. Katie Morris helps 
Shruti Malik during class. 

Mr. Mike Sustin calls home to 
communicate with his student's 
parents to answer any questions 
they may have. 

Mrs. Marilyn Foote works 
hard to keep things running 
smoothly. 



Mr. Dick York and Mr. Sean 
O'Toole work hard in their 
classes to answer any questions 
the students may have. 



Mr. Dennis Turkall helps his 
students with their math 
questions while Mrs. Joanne 
Hodder helps keep her 
students where they are 
supposed to he. 



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3MICS 



An important part of any school 
is its staff. There must be 
communication between the 
staff and the students. In order to 
accomplish the job of learning there 
must be a smooth working relationship 
between all the different people on the 
staff such as teachers, secretaries, 
custodians and food service employees. 
Euclid has always had a good relation- 
ship between the different groups so that 
the business of learning can proceed. 




•ADMINISTRATORS 

Every school needs good leadership 





School Board members; Barbara E. Kramer. Carol De Wine, President, Carol 
Bechtel, Kevin Flynt, Vice President, K. F. Van Ho. 



Euclid SchooisAdministration. Row one: Katie M. Shorter. Director of Human 
Resources. Kurt Stanic. Superintendent of Schools. Janice Galiager. Director of 
Special Programs. Row two: John Clapacs. Director of Business Affairs. Lowell B. 
Davis, Treasurer; Robert Knuth, High School Principal; John P. Fell, Assistant for 
Superintendenl;David Van Leer. Director of Pupil Personnel. 




Michelle Ayers 

9th Grade Principal 

Jim Poulson 

1 0th Grade Principal 



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Steve Bowman 

12th Grade Principal 



Two new faces were added to 
Euclid High School's admin 
istration this year. Mr. Steve 
Bowman and Mr. Jim Poulson both 
entered as Unit Principals. Steve was 
the new twelfth grade Principal and 
Jim began in the tenth grade offices. 
The other Unit Principals moved up 
with their students but no other 
changes took place. 



Counselor's secretary, Mrs. Jo 
Ann Hodder. looks up some 
records on her computer. 



Brenda Barker 

Counselor 
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High school is a place t^ave questions answered 



The goal of the staff at Euclid High School was to 
provide each student with a chance to get the best 
education that he or she could. In order to do this the 
staff had to put in long hours preparing lessons, making 
and grading tests, grading papers, attending meetings, 
filling out reports, making schedules and doing all the other 
things necessary to keep the school running. Everyone had 
questions that had to be answered. 



Mr. Alex Dzerowicz working to show the importance of history to his students,-; 




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Ms. Lucy Pratt shows her students many of the wonderful things that computers can do in her classesi 





Jane Addis, English, Social 

Studies, AFS Cluh Adviser 

Sue Ann Amato, Junior 

English 

William Attamante, Work- 

Studey Coordinator. 

Tom Banc, Government, Head 

Football Coach. 

Ethel Barbish. Security Aide. 

John Barcza. Science 

Joyce Barrett. Vocational Home| 

Economics 

Stan Bender, Biology, AP 

Biology. Science Dept. Chair, 

Survey Adviser. 

Allen Black, A. V. Technician. 

Key Club Adviser, A. V.CIuh 

AdvLser. 

Dolores Black, English. 

Linda Brenkus, Guidance 

secretary. 

Wendy Case. Sports Trainer 

Angela Christopher. Main 

Office Secretary 

John Copenhaver, Security 

Aide 

Stacy M. Cravener, Fresh, and 

Soph English, 



Harold Daugherty. Health. 

Head Basketball Coach 

Kim Dixon, Mathematics. 

Proficiency Intervention. Math 

and Algebra Connections 

Susan Dennis-Rogers, 

Proficiency Math. Algebra II 

Terry DuBroy. Mathematics 

Michael Durbin. Technology 

Coordinator. Boy's Varsity 

Soccer Coach. Ham radio club 

adviser 

Alex Dzerowicz. Government, 

Geo Politics. Current Issues 

Reggie Echols. Industrial 

Technology 

Charlotte Elston. Principals 

secretary 

Ken Ferlito. Varsity Chorale. 

Chorale Masters and Big Show 

Director. 

Yvette Elmore, J.O.B.S. 

Program. 

Kimberly Evangelisti, Science 

Gale Flament, Art and 

Photography. 

Kimberly Fish, Spanish 1. 11. 

III. 

Dan Francetic. Planetarium. 

astronomy, physics. 

Edward Frazier. 



Students at the Homecom- 
ing assembly where the 
candidates were intro- 
duced. 



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Jane Fowler, Treas' 

Marquita Fuller, English 

Barbara Gates, Vocational 

Special Education Coordinator 

Stephanie Goodman, Spanish. 

John Gibbons, Physical 

Education. 

William Gray, Naval Science 

II. III. IV, Naval Science 

Department Director, NJROTC 

Color Guard, Drill Team. 

Academic Team 

Keldur Greene, Science 

Bea Grushcow, Varsity 

1- Chorale, Choral Masters, Big 

Show 

Jeff Hartmann. American 

History, World Cultures 

Rob Heramb, U.S. 

Gobemment. Economics. Asst 

Soccer Coach, Head Tennis 

Coach. 

Carolyn Heuer, American 
History 
Jo Ann Hodder, Counselor's 
Secretary 
Dale Hollingsworth, Science 
Dick Homovec, Diversified 
Cooperative Training Coordina- 
tor 
Lisa Howell,. English 1. 11. 
N.H.S. Adviser. 

Beverly Howse, Vocational 

Home Economics 

Diane losne. Secretary. 

Larry Isaacs, NJROTC 

Jean Jelenic, Maiketing 

Coordinator, DECA Adviser. 

Intro, to Business. 

Kathleen Johnson, Foods I. 

Pauline Johnson, Attetii 

Secretary. 

Joyce Katona, Supplemental 

Services for Special Needs 

Students 

Bill Kazen. Supervisor. l.S.S. 

Center 

Dennis Kehn, Security 

Jim Kelley. Social Studies 

Depart. Chair. 



Ellen Klein. C.B.E., Typing I, 

Business Club. S.A.D.D., Kids 

on the Block 

Marsha Knauss. Career 

Explorations Coordinator 

Heather Koczur. Science, Wai 

Napolo Adviser, 

Ingrid Koenig, German, 

Cultural Club Adviser. 

Karen Kozlowski, Library 

Aide. 



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Students enjoying themselves at 
an assembly. 



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■j Far Left: Students in Mrs. 
I Kathleen Johnson's 

classes learn about how to 
prepare a meal. 

Left: Mrs. Betsy Anness 

wants her students to 
appreciate the value of 
knowing a foreign 
language. 



Euclid High School is a place where learning occurs 




Nicole Yarbrough and Melanie Fuller and Karen Salisbury and Megan Novinc have the opportunity to learn 
ibout the laws of nature by doing experiments in chemistry. 



Top: Gina Prodan, Emily Freeh, Jenny Cicco and 

Cliff Bartlett know the value of information that they 
get in their classes. 

Above: Lauren Arnold is learning information that she 
can use in the future in Mr. Ron Zucca's math class. 



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TeacBSB^re there 
to help students learn k 




Above: Mr. Dale Hollingsworth tries to help his ^ 
students understand biology. w 

Below: Stephanie Hughes, Gina Gaglione, Tina 
Amigoni, Mike Solema, Shruti Malik, Julie 
Stobierski and Kristin Kascak learning about what 
is going to happen at Key Club. 

Bottom: Patti Carpenter, Jessica Serwatka, ^jj 

Ursula Wein, and Dan Seifried are learning about ^M 
other cultures in the Cultural Club. 








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Top: Mrs. Michelle Mc Garry helps Dan Seifried, Derik Malenda, Sue King, Andrew Walker and Allison 

Metti prepare for Academic Challenge. 

Middle: Mrs. Chris Torrellli helps Megan Novinc, Niki Yannaras, Allison Metti and Steve Yannaras get read; 

tor the Science Olympics. 

Above: Ms. Barbara Spiga helps Jackie Poike, Gail Mc Kay and Joan Cook increase their appreciation of 

poetiy. 




Elizabeth Steck, Foreign 

Language. 

Jill Krimmel. French 1 & II. 

Lisa Kurlander. Biology, A.ssl. 

Swim Slum Adviser, 

Paula Lanjidon. Visual art 

educator. Crafts, Discovering 

Art. 

Lisa Langford, Algebra I, 

Proficiency Math. 

Margaret Lucas, Librarian, 

Media Specialist 

Debra Lunka. Secretary 

Marc Manburg. Accounting. 

Adv. Accounting. Personal and 

Business Law. Business Dept. 

Chairperson 

Steven L. Marcu. Current 

Issues and Psychology, Boy's 

Basketball Coach, Girl's 

Softball Coach. 

Kathleen Mc Donnell. 

Mediator. 

Diane Maroli, American 

History, A. P. European History. 

Barbara Masseria. Social 

Studies 

Orlando Mason. Supervisor. 

I.S.S. Center 

Kathleen Marsh, Library 

Media Specialist. Dept. 

Chairperson. 

Michelle Mc Garry. Physics 

Brad Mc Govern. Physical 

Science, Physics, Student 

Council Adviser. 

Lisa Mc Lend, Proficiency 

Math, Algebra 1. Geometry, 

Majorette Adviser. 

Sandi Mc Redmond. Registrar. 

Edie Mellen. Commercial Art. 

Mary Jane Miceli, General Art, 

Crafts, Drawina 



Molly Miller, Music. 

Patrick Murphy, Social 

Studies. 

Katie Morris, Biological 

Science 

Vicki Nally. Algebra 1, 

Geometry. 

Carole Niebes, English. 

Margaret Nielsen, Home Econ. 
Dept. Chairperson. GRADS 
Program 

Barbara Novae, Math 
Connections, Geometry. 
Sean O'Toole, English 
Katherine Pasquale, Interven- 
tion Specialist, English, Social 
Studies, Future Ed. of America 
Adviser. 
Catherine Pavne. Librarian 



The football cheerleaders waiting for the 
Alma Mater to be played. 



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Jo-Rita Perez. H, Precalc, Alg 

I. College Algebra, Trig. 

Marj' Ann Peters. Art. 

Deborah Petrick. Spanish, 

Foreign Language Depi. Chair. 

Robert Petrovic. A.P.English, 

English I. English Dept. 

Chairperson 

Roy Pignatiello. Geometr>'. 

Personal computers. A.P. 

Computer Science. Asst. 

Football Coach. 

Sally Pla. French, German 

Ronald Powaski, World 

History. A.P. American History 

Penny Fletcher, English I & II, 

Fresh. Cheerleading Coach. 

Lucy Pratt, Keyboarding, 

Typing. J.V. Girl's Tennis, 

Academic Challenge Adviser. 

Business Club Adviser, 

Barbara Ramlow, Junior 

English, A.F.S. Adviser. Golf 

Coach. 

Fran Ratka, Ninth Grade 

Science, Chemistry . 

TWike Rezzoila, Social Studies 

Marcy Richards, Proficiency 

Math, Algebra I, JV Volleyball 

Coach 

Tony Rozman, Automotives. 

Joe Rodriguez. Phys. Ed. Head 

Boy's Swim Coach. 

Debbie Rudder. Foods 1 

Sam Santilli. Keyboarding. 

Notetaking, Freshman 

FootbalKJV Girl's Basketball 

Coach 

Greg Sattler. O'WE 

Nancy Savlers, English . 

Rhonda Scharf, Phys. Ed Dept. 

Co-Chair., Asst. Var. Volleyball 

Coach. Fresh. Volleyball Coach. 

Cheryl Schossler, Intervention 

Specialist 

Fred Schroeder, Industrial 

Technology 

Dona Schulz. Health Aide 

Pete Schwenke. Physical 

Education 

Mickey Segulln, Health Aide. 



Nick Selvagglo. Law Enforce- 
ment 
Janet Severino. Occupational 
Work Experience Coordinator 
Mike Sheck, OWA Work 
Adjustment. Asst. Football 
Coach. 
Elaine Sheridan, Special 
Education Dept. 
Paula Sheridan. Foods I & II. 





SludenLs gelling ready for an assembly in the \r 

auditoriiun. 



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Lisa Simon. Business. 
Jim Simpson. Social Studies. 
Robert Smith. Industrial Arts. 
Tony Smith, Security. 
Christina Soltesz. English I and 
II. Fall Play Director. 



Franii Soltesz, Science. Hockey 
and Track Coach. 
Barbara Spiga. Peoiry Club. 
Peer Tutoring, English II. IV. 
Veronica Stadler. Health. 
Elizabeth Steck. Spanish. 
David Stanco. Security. 



Judy Stobinski. English, 
Eucuyo Adviser. 
David Stumpf, Math Connec- 
tions. Math for Modern Living. 
Michael Sustin, Chemistry. 
Lynette Tercek, Sedretary. 
Diane Tizzano, Marching Band, 
Concert Band, Jazz Band, 
Choraliers. 

Carol Tkac. English 

Christina Torrelli, Biology, 

S.A.V.E., Science Olympics. 

Alex Toth, Math Connections 

and Geometry. 

Dennis Turkall. Math. Baseball 

Coach. 

Pat Turk. Security. 

Janet Ulle, Geometry and 

Proficiency Math. 

Cindy \'alencic. Attendance 

Secretary. 

Catherine Vetovitz. Orchestra 

Director. 

Bill Von Benken, Chemistry. 

A. P.. Honors Chemistry, 

Yearbook Adviser, Ski Club 

Adviser. 

Patrick Vuyancih, Current 

Is.sues, Asian, African, Latina 

.American History, 

FreshmenBoy's Basketball 

Coach. 

Connie Warman, Athletic 

Director Secretary. 

Matt VVasylyk, English. 

Dan Wensing. Proficiency 

Math. Calculus. Personal 

Computer. 

Richard York. Science, 

English, 

Ron Zucca, Math 



Homecoming candidates were presented at 
an assembly in the auditorium. 



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Suzanne Lucas has no 

questions about who is 
defending the goal. 

Wes Crane, Oral Williams and 
Ryan Heramb bringing the ball 
dow n the field. 

Ms. Diane Tizzano leading the 
Marching Band down the halls 
at the end of eighth period. 
When they pass your room there 
is no question about what you 
hear. 



The football team lines up 
before the game while the 
squad is introduced. 

Members of Varsity Chorale 
singing the National Anthem 
before a football game. 

Football trainers. Julie 
Whitley, and Katie Mc 
Cluskey holding Melissa 
Bradv during a football game. 



Karen Hanson with the Flag 
Corps and Marching Band 
before a football game. 

Liz Skok and Michelle Heising 

enjoy their moments between 
classes. 

Chris Biehl is looking forward 
to the many things that he will 
be doing during the year. 

Marching Band members spend 
a lot a time preparing for their 
half-time programs. 



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Underclassmen 
range from 
students who 
ai'e brand new to the 
school (freshmen), to 
students who are very 
experienced in the ways 
of the school (juniors). 
Most of them are hard 
working students who 
want to be able to 
succeed in the world and 
realize that a high school 
education is only the 
beginning if they are to 
be successful. Under- 
classmen have to be able 
to sort out the necessary 
stimuli from the unnec- 
essary ones to be able to 
attain their goals. 





Freshmen entering Euclid found 
themselves in a new and extremely 
large environment. When asked what 
their first impression of the school was the 
majority replied that it was BIG!! It was far 
larger that the middle schools that they were 
accustomed to. The fact that it was so hot m 



August when school began made the 
transition to the high school uncomfortabk 
for many freshmen. As the year progressec 
however, the weather cooled and students 
became familiar with the sights and sound; 
of the school and most adjusted to the high 
school way of life. 




Right: On the fu-st day of classes many 

freshmen found out how large the cafeteria 

was and had to get used to the procedures 

for getting their meals. 

Below: Freshmen using the vending 
machined to get some of the food that they 

desired. 

Below right: Freshmen relaxing during 
their first hectic day enjoying their lunch. 





Eric Ahiecunas 
Ashley Adams 
Blair Adams 
Zipporah Alexander 
Jason Alkema 
Martees Almond 
Nathan Anderson 

Lyndsey Appling 
De Angelo Archie 
Celeste Armstrong 
Amanda Bachmann 
Amy Bachmann 
Jessica Badley 
Julie Baglione 

Kevin Baisden 
Crevantes Ball 
Leroy Ballard 
Lauren Balogh 
Robert Baranowski 
Malaika Barkari 
Michael Barnauskas 

Anthony Basalla 
Charles Battiste Jr. 
Karen Battle 
Anna Bear 
Andre Beasley 
Lindsay Beck 
Jessica Bedford 

Mario Begovic 
Amanda Bell 
Anthony Bell 
Alexis Bennett 
Sherita Bennett 
John Benovic 
Verea Bibbs 

Dahbor Bilavcic 
Patrick Black 
Dwayne Bogan Jr. 
Phillip Bojc 
Justin Booker 
Brian Borcziak 
Paul Bosher 

Anthony Bowman 
Victoria Bowser 
Jennifer Boyd 
Darnell Boykin 
John Bozich 
Ciarra Bradley 
Dametrious Brantley 

Derek Brantley 
Melissa Breeding 
Maryellen Brenizer 
Amani Brown 
Ronald Brown 
Sharonda Brown 
Stephen Brown II 



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^Alexandra Bucewicz 

Stephanie Buchnan 

Brooke Burke 

Alisha Burr 

Melissa Burton 

Bobby Butler 

Priscilla Butler 

Steven Cahill 

Eugene Calhoun 

Kermeth CaU 

Shanise Calloway 

Stephen Campensa 

Ivy Canady 

Valerie Cancasci 

Carla Candela 

Amanda Candow 

Stacy Candow 

Timothy Capretta 

Chelsea Cargill 

Asleigh Carr 

Deanna Carr 

Courtney Carter 

Kenyatta Carter 

Nichole Cek 

Heather Champa 

Ronald Chandlei 

Shaun Chatman 

Crystal Chillious 

Devin Chrestoff 

Joseph Chrzanowski 

Dawn Cicco 

Peter Cindric 

Jonathan Ciora 

Angela Cipriano 

Jason Ciuprinskas 

James Clark 
Andrea Clay 
Michael Clay 
Charmayne Colbert 
Kelly Collins 
Sierra Collins 
Jose Colon 

I Maryann Colvin 

: Johanna Cook 

Nicole Cook 

Warner Cook Jr. 

Lillian Cortes 

Mehssa Cottrell 

Maureen Courtney 

! Aleeka Cousett 

Benjamin Cox 

Larry Cranfield 

Jamaal Cummings 

Paul Cunningham Jr. 

David Davis 

James Davis 




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John Davis 
Kevasha Davis 
La Shona Davis 
Michael Davis 
Natasha Davis 
La toy a Dawson 
Gabriel De Loach 

Alexis Desselles 
Richard Devor Jr. 
Charles Di Lalla 
David Dixon 
Dennard Dixon 
Katherine Dore 
Nicholas Domes 

Richard Dorsey Jr. 
Tanya Dorsey 
Shaneika Duncan 
Chinyere Ekuibe 
Dion Elie 
Stacia Ellison 
Christina Ervin 

Marcus Eubanks 
Christina Evi'ing 
Louis Feijoo 
Christopher Fende 
Michael Fetheroff Jr. 
Jessica Ficere 
Ciaran Fitzgerald 

Jamal Flake 
Aisha Floyd 
Dwayne Fortson 
Sen-Wai Fountain 
Octavia Gabriel 
Mathew Galati 
Christina Gamero 

Latianna Gant 
Shaquita Garrett 
Darryl George 
Daniel Giancola 
Paul Gillette 
Nicholas Goldizen 
Sal Goodson 

Michael Gorman 
Angela Gorter 
Elizabeth Gorter 
Christopher Grad 
Jon Grady 
Alicia Graves 
Tyrone Graves 

Michael Greene 
Donna Grgincic 
Mary Grubach 
Tzeitel Guilamo 
Allison Gundic 
James Gydosh 
Zakina Haddon 



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Maria Hall 

Shiaya Hall 

Tanishia Hall 

Tenisha Hall 

Tiffany Hall 

Lamonte Hamelin 

Kelly Hanson 

Christopher Harrell 

Flint Harris 

Mark Harris 

Melonie Harris 

Morgan Harris III 

Terence Harrison 

Kerry Hawkins 

Deaidre Haynes 

Andrew Heath 

Latisha Heath 

Michaelyim Heaton 

Daniel Heising 

Arthur Henderson III 

Brian Henderson 

Matthew Hernandez 

Givonne Hemdon 

Isaiah Herod 

Shanda Hickman 

Daniel Higginbothan 

Marteenia Hogan 

Lemuel Holmes 

Randishia Holt 

Thomas Horvath 

Dustie Hottenroth 

Ayisha Howard 

Candace Howard 

Terry Howell 

Jamie Huffinan 

Jennifer Huffman 

Sara Hufnagle 

Crisandra Hunter 

Danielle Hunter 

Jonathan Hutcherson 11 

Emily Hutton 

Joshua Hyle 

Kristin lafelice 

Geoffrey Irvin 

Mercedes Ivey 

Latashia Jackson 

Monica Jackson 

Melissa Jenkins 

Desmond Johnson 

Terren Johnson 

Amber Jones 

Ebony Jones 

Stephanie Jones 

Jessica Kallhof 

Natalie Kallhof 



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Jennifer Kapeluch 
Hollv Kascak 
Charlene Keener 
Jamal Keith 
Brian Kelly 
Nicholas Kelly 
Ashley Kenner 

Ilya Kharin 
Andre King 
David King 
Manvielle King 
Stacy Kinsella 
Jacqueline Knowles 
Samantha Krause 

Melissa Krivacic 
Bradley Kushan 
Rashawn Kyle 
Brian La Bounty 
Syeta La Shore 
De Anna Lane 
Richard Lanese 

Dyana Langsdale 
Jessica Lariccia 
Dontell Lassiter 
Robert Lassiter 
Danielle Lavender 
Tamika Lavi^rence 
Kevin Laznik 

Sean Lennon 
Eric Leppelmeier 
Rachel Lewand 
Kelly Lewis 
Shannon Lewis 
Sarah Lipiec 
Corneal Long 

Robert Lucas 
Michael Lynard 
David Maksymowicz 
Shruti Mahk 
Michael Mance 
Ryan Marek 
Nicole Marshall 

Terrence Matthews 
Michael Maurer 
David Mc Arthur 
Shannon Mc Collum 
Krystal Mc Dougal 
Tanish Mc Dowell 
Marvin Mc Elrath Jr. 

Patricia Mc Graw 
La Shaun Mc Griff 
Sean Mc Intire 
Gail Mc Kay 
Marques Mc Milhan 
George Mc Neezer 
Shannon Mc Peek 



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Sylvia Mcneal 

Colleen Meadows 

Alissa Meier 

Joseph Mercadante 

Freddy Mercado 

Christine Metti 

Michael Middleton 

Joseph Miglionico 

Anisha Miller 

Katherine Mlac 

Kenneth Modelski 

Robert Mohorcic 

Alicia Moore 

LaTonya Moore 

Shirli Mooris 

Solomon Mosby 

Alicia Moss 

Mark Moster 

Sallimatu Mulbah 

Joshua Nagle 

Bernard Needom 

Daryl Nelson Jr. 

Carla Okorn 

Artria Orr 

Scott Ortman 

Sarah Osterman 

Bonnie Padavick 

Brett Padden 

Jamie Paige 

Frank Paratore 

Joseph Parisi 

Anthony Parker 

Maurice Parker 

Reginald Parker 

Lisa Parrino 

Steven Paternite 

Aqueelah Patterson 

Marypat Pavicic 

Sonya Penn 

Angela Penny 

Ann Peric 

Michael Phoumyyoth 

Elisabeth Pierce 

Joshua Pikovnik 

Carlos Pino Jr. 

Christine Pittard 

Joseph Plovock III 

Deanthony Pompey 

Nicholas Posatiere 



James Powell 

Dionte Preston 

Kennetta Price 

Makeshia Price 

Joshua Pr'-wateare 

Ryan Ptak 

Fallon Pulley 



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Michelle Radosevich 
Anna Raguz 
Marsha Rainey 
Glen Ramdhan 
Lavelle Randall 
Najee Rashed 
Christine Rauscher 

Victoria Ray 
Suzanne Reagan 
Lysander Reese 
Jonathon Reeves 
Syreeta Rembert 
Carmen Rice 
Jacquelyn Richards 

Angel Richardson 
Christopher Richardson 
Gary Riedel 
Matthew Robinson 
Richard Rohl 
Chrystal Ruberto 
James Rucker 

Shanina Rucker 
Jeremy Rusbasan 
Kelly Ruscin 
Re' erica Russ 
Christopher Rutti 
Stephen Sabo 
Dreamer Sanders 

James Santell 
Christie Santucci 
Gregory Sattler 
Robert Sayles 
Elizabeth Scheurman 
Sarah Schweikert 
John Serwatka 

Kelley Sharetta 
Kevin Shea 
Timothy Sheehan 
David Simmons III 
Rebecca Slabe 
Michael Slagle 
David Slamic 

John Smerke 
Abra Smith 
Germaine Smith 
Jason Smith 
Jeffrey Smith 
Kendra Smith 
Linda Smith 

Richard Smith 
Toni Smith 
Mark Soini 
Michael Solema 
Tiffany Sparks 
Tara Sparrow 
Todd Sparrow 



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Top. Elizabeth Scheurman, Lindsay Becli, 
Kendra Smith, Michelle Fine and Jenni 
Kapeluch have fun cheering on the freshman 
football team. 

Above: Ada Cunningham, Jenny Davies and Gail 
Mc Kay have many friend.s iti the Ma];chmg Band 



Wayne Stafford 

Shuree Stamper 

Brett Stanic 

Megan Stefanac 

Bart Stewart Jr. 
Tamyra Stewart 

Michael Stokes 

Samantha Stone 

Dennis Streil 

Tabitlia Stricko 

David Stuber 

Kim Swansegar 

Samuel Swift 

Stacey Tamburro 

Ronaki Tate 

Zandace Taylor 

Larissa Taylor 

Adrianne Thomas 

Lee Thomas 

Ronald Thompson 

Johnny Tillman 



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Holly Ka&cak are some freshmen who 
have found that they can enjoy then 
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Sinione Tomlinson 
Matthew Tompkins 
Milan Tomsic 
Michael Torrence 
Emily Toth 
Anh Tran 
Mark Travis 

Shaun Trepal 
Bryan Truskolaski 
Matthew Tschantz 
Michael Tschantz 
Angela Tucci 
Jennifer Twyman 
Kevin Tyson 

Nancy Urban 
Andrea Valerio 
Dessiray Vanzant 
Dena Vaneskey 
Gina Vidmar 
Nicholas Voll 
Shannon Waganek 

Damon Walker 
Victor Walker 
Kenneth Wardell 
Brandan Warner 
Herbert Webster 
Colin Welsh 
Jamil White 

Mc Kinley White 
Tonya White 
Aaron Whitmore 
Lucretia Whitsett 
Carmen Wilcox 
Najma Wilkerson 
Anthony Williams 

Ashley Williams 
David Williams 
Donnell Williams 
Eric Williams 
Kelly Williams 
Taresa Willingham 
Danielle Wilson 

Russell Wilson 
Terry Winters 
Meghan Wise 
Phaedra Wolenski 
Myneetto Worthy-Sinclai 
Suron Young 
Frank Zagar 

Christopher Zalewski 
Erika Zdesar 
Gerald Zeigler Jr. 
Ran Zhang 
Joshua Ziamba 
Haseena Ziga 
Dino Zuzic Jr. 



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Sophomores try to get their act together 



The sophomore year was an enjoyable 
one for most smdents. The building 
was much more familiar and it was 
much easier to find your way ai-ound. After 
escaping from the ninth grade most 
students were able to establish themselves 
as young adults who wanted to get ahead. 
Many chose that year to become involved 
in the many extracurricular activities that 
were available such as sports and clubs. 



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Allison Penko and Melissa Waina are learning a lot or things about the world around them in chemistry class. 




Above: Dave Kilkenney has a lot of fun playing on the 
soccer team. 

Above right: Niki Sams and Tainika Drake making 
their experiment work in class. 

Right: Tequilla Wright, Rachel Blevins, Ericka 
Denni.s, Bclhany Fine, April Dworning and Christine 
Ewing doing their dance at Half-Time. 



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Sophomores 





Alison Abiecunas 
Erin Adams 
Ricliard Adams II 
Samir Ahmetovic 
Andjela Alaupovic 
Monique Aldridge 

Joshua Alexander 
William Allen 
Christine Amigoni 
Christopher Anderson 
Tiffany Anderson 
Antoinette Aquila 



Brianna Aquilano 
Cjros Arp 
Robin Arp 
Bryan Arpin 
Robert Ashdown III 
Dawn Attwood 



Michael Babuder 
Brian Babyak 
Christopher Bailev 
Emilie Baker 
Rafik Bandy 
Terrance Barber 



Stephen Baron 
Candace Bartlett 
Gail Bayko 
Kelly Baylog 
Lakisha Beasley 
Tameka Beatty 

Cori Beaumont 
Tawanda Bell 
Sara Bennett 
Kristy Berkheimer 
Abigael Biehl 
Justin Billig 

Kelli Bivens 
Matthew Black 
Katherine Blazetic 
Lucretia Bolden 
Lori Boribong 
Donte Brantley 



Lakrii Brazaitis 
Dawn Brazis 
Michael Brazvtis 
Cheryl Brewer 
Heidi Brichacek 
Edward Brown 



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Rayshun Brown 

Alexis Buford 

Melissa Burdette 

John Burke 

Christina Burrell 

Amy Burya 

Kevin Calabrese 
Heather Calvert 
Nicole Candow 
Michael Cardile 
Christopher Carlson 
Aaron Carpenter 

Jessica Chapman 

Brian Chike 

Christa Clark 

Erik Clark 

Kristin Clark 

Shawntee Clay 



William Clovenhach 

Reginald Cochran 

Anthony Coleman Jr. 

Carolyn Connelly 

Nina Cosiano 

Steven Cozart 



Jessica Crisp 

Frank Cvetkovic 

Tatiana Cvetovac 

Jamie D' Apice 

Season Dancy 

Jennifer Davies 



Ariana Davis 

Cara Davis 

Derrell Davis 

Sarina Davis 

Angela De Julius 

Jean De Wine 



Derek Deas 

Sharonda Dickinson 

Rachel Dixon 

Kristyol Dominique 

Kristin Dormer 

Nathaniel Dore 



Tannika Drake 

Emily Duer 

Frederick Dworning 

Adam Dybzinski 

Adonte Eanes 

Jonathan Earick 



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Venisha Edwards 
Rachel Eiding 
Cecil Elliot Jr. 
Geoffrey Englebrecht 
Kenneth Estes 
Brian Evans 

Kentesha Evans 
Anthony Farinacci 
Cara Farley 
Edward Farrell 
Lindsay Fattori 
Bethany Fine 

Kenneth Flannoy 
Matthew Flynt 
Danny Fonovic 
Angela Forgus 
Michael Fortunate 
Leonna Foster 



Scott Frederick 
Erik Freeinan 
Adria Fresenko 
Felicia Fuller 
Lisa Futkos 
James Gage 

Gina Gaglione 
Vincent Gallon 
Richard Gecewich 
Ivan Gelo 
Shawn George 
David Gilbert 



Cherran Gipson 
Kandasha Glenn 
Jay Glick 
Brian Glicken 
Robert Goff 
Michael Gonzalez 



Antoine Goodwin 
Matthew Gorse 
Joseph Granito 
Erica Grant 
Brandon Graves 
Teddie Graves 



Tennille Graves 
Joy Green 
Josip Grgincic 
Amey Griffin 
Adam Gross 
Michael Grubach 



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Anthony Hall 

Barbara Hall 

La'Wanda Hamelin 

Michelle Handford 

Dante Hardy 

Square Harris 

Squlena Harris 

Fudail Harrison 

Tun Haneline 

Jacquehne Hayes 

Christopher Heffner 

Timothy Hein 



Arek Helcberger 

Chad Henderson 

Erin Herzberg 

Lindsay Hess 

Jaonza Hicks 

Dionna Higgins 



Julia Hight 

Melvin Hill 

Nekima Hill 

Rene Hill 

Matthew Hiscott 

Sonva Holbert 



Jarrod Holmes 

Shayla Holt 

Edward Holtz 

Aisha Howard 

Leon Howard 

Russell Howarci 



Jessica Huenefeld 

April Humar 

Jason Hunter 

Diane Hutchins 

Denise Ingram 

Anton Jackson 



Armand Jackson 

Jodi Jalovec 

Kerry Jeric 

Ericka Johnson 

Gabrielle Johnson 

Jennifer Johnson 



Reco Jolly 

Althea Jones 

Christian Jones 

Rasheme Jones 

Redon Jones Jr. 

Shikira Jones 



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Stacy Jones 
Chanell Jordan 
Sharonda Jordan 
Shawn Joyce 
Maima Kaba 
Amanda Kane 

Brian Kane 
Theodore Karpy 
Matthew Karsokas 
Margaret Keller 
Gabrielle Kelly 
David Kilkennev 



John Paul Kilroy 
Deanna Kitchen 
Ebony Kizer 
Aaron Klco 
Kirsten Knauss 
Nicole Kolenc 



Jennifer Koller 
Nadine Kontra 
Jennifer Kosovich 
Laurel Kuhen 
Allyson Kumel 
Carly La Bounty 

Amber La Fountaine 
Kimberlv Lamplev 
Ryan Lang 
Crystal Langford 
Matthew Laurich 
Michael Lawrence 



Brandy Lesko 
Niesia Lewis 
Brandon Linton 
Valentine Little 
Dennis Lo Conti 
Jessica Locust 



Melissa Longo 
Candace Longshaw 
Sara Look 
Kimberly Lucas 
Mark Lucas 
Donny Ludvik 

Katie Lynch 
Angela Indiano 
Candace Irvin 
Christopher Madorskv 
Victor Madrv 
Dana Majer 



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IN THE GROOVE 

Sophomores know more about the school 



Sophomores have been at EucUd for a 
year and, therefore, have a much 
better understanding of how the school 
operates. Many sophomores are still awed by 
the size of the school but most of them have 
settled down and know how to exist within 
its confines. 





Kristy Berkheimer enjoys piussmg her tijne as a 
Majorette. 



Michael Miklavcic and Amy Burya look as if they had Nate Dore and Kirsten Knauss were enjoying 
a good time at Homecoming themsch es at Homecoming. 




Mike Lawrence and Amy Weinbrecht explore some 
of the dilt'erent ways that a Fisher btirner can char 
paper. 




Allison Penko and Melissa Waina are well established at Euclid. Allison is a cheerleader while Melissa is an 
important part of the soccer team. They are also excellent students. 




Derik Mnlenda 
Nicholas Malnar 
Deanna Mance 
Cynthia Martin 
Andrea Martinenas 
Josepli Masli 

Lindsey Mastalski 
Jason Matthews 
Erron Mc Clain 
James Mc Cla\'e 
Micah Mc Clough 
Bonnie Mc Gee 



Ryan Mc Gill 
Brandon Mc Kinney 
Marie Mc Masters 
Jeawnel Mc Narrin 
Melissa Mc Peek 
Cory Mc Williams 

Lori Medves 
Laurie Mills 
David Mitchell 
Van Monroe 111 
Elizabeth Montague 
Jason Moon 



Christopher Moore 
Abygail Morris 
Johnny Moses 
Sandra Mowery 
Christine Mueller 
Niyra Muhammad 



Janelle Muhvic 
Jennifer Muhvic 
Nicole Mulraney 
Quentin Murdock 
Kiara Murry 
Tiara Murry 



Lindsey Nagode 
Tina Narusas 
William Nelson 
Melissa Niemann 
Shanna Norfleet 
Amber Norris 



Sean O'Brien 
Andrea O'Connor 
Oluwakemi Ojo 
Edward Ostrander 
Jermaine Padgette 
Lee Roy Pannell 



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Shavon Pannell 
Tiffany Pannell 
Daniel Paoloni 
Jermaine Parker 
Katrina Parker 
Dinalben Patel 

La'Erica Patterson 

David Payerchin 

Corey Payne 

Allison Penko 

Tashala Perkins 

Tiffany Perry 

Antonio Petty 

Sara Pfahl 

Ernest Phillips Jr. 

Gregory Phillips Jr. 

Heather Pica 

Ambrosia Pikovnik 



Gabrielle Plavcan 

Joseph Plesmid 

Douglas Podmore 

Robert Polachek 

Jacqueline Polke 

Nkremah Pollard 11 



Joseph Polzner 

William Popovic 

David Potocnik 

Ashley Powell 

Anthony Praskavich 

Gina Preston 



Brandi Price 

Brandon Price 

Ivan Radan 

Tomislav Raguz 

Nicole Raia 

Michael Ray 

Jamie Raymond 

Dianca Reese 

Bridget Resnik 

Jennifer Rinella 

Christal Rice 

Jordan Robinson 



Stacy Rohlke 

Laura Ross 

De Onte Rucker 

Ryan Rufo 

Eric Ryan 

Steven Rys 



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Timothy Sacko 
James Salvatore 
Nicole Samsa 
Leanne Sanelli 
Kathryn Sanicky 
Latasha Santiago 

Ryan Sarpolis 
Oska Sayavongsa 
Eric Scalese 
Erica Scaparotti 
Jesse Scheider 
Amy Schultz 



Hassan Scott 
Mark Sedmak 
Michael Seifried 
Julia Sergo 
Latishi Shannon 
Rahman Shavers 



Krista Shaw 
Melissa Shea 
Renee Shelden 
Jim Shaw 
Sheereeda Floyd 
Mario Shy 



Matthew Simenc 
Elizabeth Skok 
Rebecca Slogar 
Nikeya Smalley 
Aaron Smith 
Leon Smith 



Stephanie Smith 
Antonio Spencer 
Eddie Spencer III 
Kristen Stansberry 
Donte Steele 
Erik Stenger 

Shondra Stewart 
Paul Stigamier 
Julia Stobierski 
Nicole Stone 
Curtis Story 
Kathryn Streiff 

Owen Strodtbeck 
Michael Suchy 
Sean Swift 
Dennis Taksar 
Stephanie Tamburro 
Omid Tavakoli 






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LEARNING FOR THE FUTURE 

Knowledge is important in today's society 



On October 24, 1997, 
Mary Ellen Weber 
talked to the students in 
the Career Exploration program at 
Euclid High School. Students 
came to the Little Theater during 
the fourth period to hear her talk. 
Mary Ellen is an astronaut in the 
space program and has been on a 
Shuttle flight. She talked about 
career opportunities in the space 
program. 



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Michael Tirabassi 
Mary Tisi 
Diane Tocarchick 
Ebony Todd 
Mary Tracy 
Clinton Tucker 

Jacob Tucker 
Kevin Turman 
Jillian Udovicii 
Michael Ulle 
Kristen Urban 
Courtney Valentine 

Lidia Vauters 
Bryan Vidra 
Christina Volpe 
Melissa Waina 
Andrew Walker 
Bernadette Walker 



Kelly Wallend 
Robert Walsh 
Jasmine Ward 
Tatiana Webster 
Amy Weinbrecht 
Mario Welch 



Coretta Wells 
Ray Westbrooks Jr. 
Joseph White 
Angel Whitmore 
GiAert Whitsett 
Anthony Wiggins 



Michael Wilkerson 
Derek Williams 
Eric Williams 
La Toya Williams 
Todd Willoughby 
Michelle Wilson 



Kellie Wise 
Kevin Witherspoon 
Brandon Witt 
Erica Witten 
Cerrissa Wolenski 
Barnett Woodruff 



Aprielle Woods 
Douglas Woods 
Johnnetta Wright 
Robert Cirino 
Melissa Zahurak 
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iiniors are within one year of graduating 



The junior year of high school was one of the 
most important ones in a person's educa 
tion. It was a time that students had to 
seriously tliink about what they were going to be 
doing for the future. Education after high school 
was almost a necessity if a person wanted to get a 
good job. The days when a person could drop out 
of school and get a good job in manufacturing 
were gone. Good jobs required some schooling 
after high school so many juniors were thinking 
about colleges and universities. This meant that 
tests like the PACT, PSAT, SAT and ACT had to be 
prepared for and taken. The courses that students 
took had to be compatible with what they were 
planning to go in to. Junior year also usually meant 
that the student had their driver's license and 
many had cars that enabled them to get around 
without parental help. Many had jobs to help 
supply them with money so they could participate 
m many of the tilings that interested them. It was 
an exciting and sometimes scary year for students. 




Kevin Carse always works hard in all of his classes. 



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Top left: Students leani to use the computers to make their work easier. 

Top right: Ms. Diane Tizzano directed the band during the Homecoming assembly in the audutorium 

Above; Jon Hoinski, Stephanie Troha and Crystal Jamerson learn to work together in the laboratory. 





Lea Acino 
Marcello Acino 
Daemyon Adams 
Melissa Ahmetovic 
Lisa Alkema 
Charmaine Allen 

Pierre Allen 
Michael Anderson 
La Shandra Anthony 
Ramona Badley 
Michael Bailey 
Rashaun Bailey 

Megan Ballinger 
Jennifer Barker 
Wendy Barker 
Gregory Baron 
Melissa Bartchak 
Richard Bartel 

Lisa Basalla 
Takara Baugh 
Thomas Bauza 
Natalie Beck 
Mike Begovic 
Michael Belanich 

Brandon Bell 
Jamie Benak 
Christopher Biehl 
Jonathan Black 
Kathleen Blatnik 
Rachel Blevins 

Michael Boothe 
Tiffani Borden 
Holly Bowmaster 
Melissa Brady 
Wendi Brichacek 
Alexandra Brinovec 

Gibran Britt 
Ronald Broughton Jr. 

Me Shawn Brown 
Christina Browski 
Brandon Bucar 
Jessica Bums 

Robert Butera 
Veronica Callaway 
Thomas Cangemi 
Christopher Cardile 
Katy Carmichael 
Cedrick Carstarphen 



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Anthony Castrovince 
David Cerae 
Leah Cheme 

Michael Christopher 

Nichelle Church 

Steven Cipo 

Patrick Clarke 

Brian Cocherell 

Ayesha Coe 

Gabriek Cogley 

Nicholas Colantonio 

Janelle Colini 

Chandra Collier 

Katie Collins 

Jamie Comer 

Cynthia Cook 

Joi Cooks 

Elizabeth Copic 

Monica Corpening 

Wesley Crane III 

Kevin Carse 

Ada Cunningham 

Elizabeth Curtis 

David D'Amico Jr. 

Kelly Daly 

Jervase Daniels 

Cherise Dawkins 

Timothy Day 

Michelle De Loach 

Franklin De Luca 

Krishauna De Ramus 

Sarah Deal 

Michael Dennis 

Zernearia Dent 

Ani Di Franco 

Molly Dindia 

Dennis Disbrow 

Katherine Dobucki 

Michael Dominick 

Christopher Dostal 

Holly Douglas 

Quinta Douglas 

Rita Dowell 

Autumn Duckworth 

Almir Duheric 

Diana Dukes 

Janelle Easter 

Richard Echols 




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David Edmonds 
Leah Edmonds 
Joel Edwardsen 
Monique Egleton 
Jennifer Emser 
Nicole Easlick 

Jeffrey Evans 
Petrice Evans 
Ryan Farkas 
Thomas Feldkamp 
Amanda Ficere 
Melanie Fuller 

David Fullon 
Matthew Garlock 
Michael Gates Jr. 
Ricci Gaughan 
Matthew Gillessen 
Shannon Glatz 

Richard Glavan 
Shaun Glicken 
Laura dicker 
Sondra Gordon 
Dorian Goulde 
Kevin Graves 

Kenneth Gravitte 
Edward Gray III 
Christian Green 
Patricia Gregory 
Brian Grice 
Kevin Grisez 

Adriane Groudle 
Laurel Grundman 
Jonathan Gudaitis 
Patrick Gutbrod 
Jacqueline Hale 
Cree Hall 

Khabeah Hall 
Benjamin Halstead 
Da\ id Hance 
Karen Hanson 
Eabonie Harrington 
Dominic Harris 

Thomas Hartley 
Michael Hartson 
Amin Harville 
Christina Hatcher 
Gerald Headd II 
Joseph Hefler IV 






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Joe Trobenter, Tony Pennza and Lea Acino know that the library is 
a good place to get some of their work done, 



Juniors 



Even tliough they are not looking very mature at the moment, John Copic, Gina Prodan, Alex 
Brinovec, Megan Novine, Wendy Barker and Karen Salisbury are in the Advanced Placement 
program and are very mature in their thinking. 



The members of the Marching 
Band. Majorettes and Flag 
Corps are mature young men 
and women that enjoy working 
together in the music field. 




Above left: Crystal Jamerson, Jon Hoinski and Jenna Kuklica 

working together on one of their experiments. 

Above: Ms. Mary Ann Peters finds it enjoyable to be around Leah 

Cherne and Lindsay Nagode. 

Far left: Dan Seifried and Aisha Howard were important characters 

in the Fall Play, Rumors. 

Left: Students got to see some assemblies in the auditorium. 




Members of Varsity Chorale sang the Alma Mater and 
National Anthem before each football game. 



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Students learn about opportunities in the Nav^ 



On Friday, September 26, 1997 
Euclid students were thrilled to hear 
Lt. Scott Moyer who was a pilot 
with the Navy Blue Angels precision flying 
team talk to the students. He was in Euclid 
to with his mechanic, Petty officer, Steve 
Miller for the Cleveland Air Show. To 
promote better public relations, the pilots 
speak to groups of students whenever they 
are doing a exhibition. He spoke about the 
requirements and practice that it takes ti be a 
Blue Angel pilot. He showed a short video 
tape about the program and then had a 
question and answer period with the 
students. The students asked many pertinent 
questions during that time. 




Lt. Scott Moyer of theBlue Angels talking to the 
students in the auditorium. 



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Students in the auditorium getting readv to listen to Lt. Scott Mover talk about the Blue Angels, 




Michelle Heising 
Brandon Henderson 
Jessica Hendrickson 
Leslie Hicks 
Tracey Hicks 
Wilbur Hicks Jr. 

Duval Hill 
Leslie Hill 
Sean Hodge 
Jonathan Hoinski 
Shawn Howard 
Shermel Howard 

Lanetta Huey 
Shannon Ivancic 
Bethany Jackson 
Brian Jackson 
Maurice Jackson 
Crystal Jamerson 

Erika James 
David Jenko 
Ebony Jernigan 
Lawrence Jones 
Tamea Jones 
Sean Kane 

Sarah Kenny 
Susan King 
Michelle Knistautas 
Anita Kocevar 
Samantha Koerber 
Katie Kolar 

Matthew Konchan 
James Krsak 
Malia Jones 
Jamie Kaucic 
Matthew Krutsch 
Jenna Kuklica 

Harry La Fountain 
Ashante Lacey 
Wallace Lach 
Bobby Larkin Jr. 
Michele Laurich 
Taryn Laurich 

Brian Leben 
Brian Lennon 
Deshaun Lewis 
Laquonta Lewis 
Chen Li 
Jason Linton 




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Megan Lipiec 

Chanel Lockett 

Walter Locust 

Adrienne Lorber 

Jason Loveless 

Suzanne Lucas 

J Damon Luksich 

Jolena Macklin 

Cris Maddox 

Edward Markuz 

Keith Mai-tin 

Mario Marusic 

Frank Mastalski 

Christopher Mayle 

Anthony Mc Carthy 

Kathleen Mc Cluskey 

Stephanie Mc Elrath 

Robert Mc Graw 

Jonathan Mc Intosh 

Victoria Mc Namara 

Ebonie Mc Kinney 

Lamar Mc Kinney 

Melissa Medlen 

Dawn Merritt 

Gregory Meyers 

Jayson Middleton 

Michael Miklavcic 

Shana Miklavcic 

Nanci Miklowski 

Jimmy Miller Jr. 

Courtney Mills 
Steven Modelski 
Felix Moore 
Cordell Morris 
Antonio Moses 
Daniel Moxley 

Anthony Murphy 

Melanie Myers 

Aaron Newson 

Mary Beth Noll 

Megan Novinc 

Michael O Neill Jr. 

Delvona Oliver 

Seleste Oliver 

Todd Oravecz 

IngridOrlic 

David Ott 

Rafael Pacheco 



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Kevin Padden 
Brian Paige 
Brian Paoloni 
Omega Parker 
Ciiristina Peric 
Robert Petrochic 

Peter Phiillips 
Sisattanak Pliouttiiavong 
Amy Pierce 
Jermaine Ponder 
Jennifer Poulos 

Amanda Price 

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Brandon Ptak 
Geoffrey Quigley 
Jabraun Randall 
Atini Ranshaw 
Devon Rayford 

Preston Raymond 
Sarah Reagan 
Erin Reilly 
Brandon Richardson 
Chavon Riggins 
Kenneth Rogers 

James Roth \ 

Leah Rowan 
Jennifer Rys 
Angela Sabbath 
Kongsy Saengchareun 
Khemeo Sahye 

Karen Salisbury 
Amy Saliipo 
Samuel Sampson 
Nicholette Sams 
John Sanderson 
Nick Santucci 

Satasha Sawyer 
Nikole Schiffbauer 
Jonathan Schmidt 
John Schnell 
Gregory Schonauer 
Jessica Scott 

Emeri Scott II 
Herbert Scruggs Jr. 
Kirk Sederholm 
Daniel Seifried 
M Shannon Setser 
Brandon Shaw 




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lavon Riggins and Dawn Merritt waiting for their solution to come to a boil. 



Edward Schoval 

Richard Shepherd 

Ross Shirey 

Jeffrey Sierputowski 

Thomas Soini 



Jason Skok 

Matthew Slabe 

Daniel Slepsky 

Michael Slogar 

Anne Slusser 

Rachel Smicklas 

Daniel Smith 

Emmanuel Smith 

Nuwoo Smith 

Re'Tina Smith 

Regina Smith 

Ryan Smith 

Shayla Smith 

David Solema 

John Spada 

Abhy Stanic 

Lynne Stern 

Demond Stevens 

Nicholas Strell 

Vishantie Sudama 

Norman Sullivan 

Thomas Sustar 

Jacobrobert Swete 

Sharon Switalski 




Rick Bartel and Megan Novinc look on while Karen Salisbury filters her solution through a 
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Catrina Tanner 
Heather Thomas 
Julia Thompson 
Sylvan Thurman 
Jason ToUiver 
Terry Tomlinson 

Kimberly Tramsak 
Scott Trepal 
James Tucci 
Amanda Tutolo 
Ronald Tyler Jr. 
Valerie Van Ho 

Sheri Vaslavsky 
Angelica Vazquez 
Michael Verch 
Alicia Veres 
Tommie Virgies Jr. 
Devin Voll 

Michael Vuyancih 
Karen Wade 
Nicole Wallace 
Rodney Walton Jr. 
Eugene Warner 
Eddie Washington 

Tahnesha Watts 
Christina Wayton 
Thomas Weglarz 
Ursula Wein 
Timothy Weintraub 
Kevin Welsh 

Julie Whitley 
De Juan Whitney 
Jennifer Williams 
Maria Williams 
Noel Williams 
Oral Williams II 

Jamika Willis 
John Wise 
Brandon Womick 
Tequilla Wright 
Niki Yannaras 
Nichole Yarbrough 

Victoria Yarish 
Devito Young 
Kelly Young 
Marianne Zagar 
Melinda Zahorsky 
Jamie Zupancic 




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Seniors waiting in the gym 
before commencement. 

Lynne Stern, Jennifer 
Emser, Rachel Smiciklas, 
Lisa Basalla und Amanda 

Price performing in the Wai 
Napolo Swim Show. 

Euclid students dancing with 
senior citizens at the Senior 
Citizen Prom. 



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Carrie Klocker leaps over an Indian 

during a dance number during Big 

Show. 

Shamuire Spivey, Lisa Udovich, Jill 

Swansegar, Allison Metti and Lori 

Mitskavich helped out during 

commencement. 

Jamel Lawrence gets the baton from 

Will Buchannon during a relay in 

boy's track. 

On May 20, 1997 the Art Department 

sponsored their annual Art Show in 

which student's works were shown on 

the Auditorium stage. 



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•RIES 



In order to have delivery of the 1997 Euclidian 
by the end of May the final deadline had to be 
at the beginning of March. Because of this, any 
activity that occurred after February could not 
be included in last year's book and is included 
in current book. 





Barry Lawrence was one of the best niemhers of the 
EucHd Tennis Team and helped them gel first place in 
theG.C.C. 

Karen Hanson pitched for the EucHd Softball team. 



.^ ' Dan Fitzpatrick practicing his hitting for the Euclid 

baseball team. 



1^ »»*j*t''V2^*^^i Dorian Goulde helped out the track team with his 
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How did the baseball team do? 



They finished in first place with a 24-4 record 




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The Varsity and Junior Varsity baseball 
teams had another outstanding season 
by winning the G.C.C. with a 12-2 
record and finishing the season with a 24-4 
record. After losing their first two G.C.C. 
games they went on to win twelve 
G.C.C. wins in a row along with twenty-one 
straight wins. They won Sectional and 
District Titles only to lose in the regionals for 
the third straight year. The J V team finished 
with a 16-5 record and came in third in the 
G.C.C. 



Varsity Baseball, row one: Brian Siedler, Jim Grinstead, Mark Fording, Bud White, Tim Long, Brian 
Zorman, Jay Kletecka, Tery Kontra, Denny Bosher Row two: Coach Rick Brown, John Mc Clain, Tom 
Heuer, Frank Orgovan, Mike Doyle, Jeff Cahill, Pat Grisez, Tim Fogarty, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row three: 
Coach, T. J. Florkiewicz, Mike Jolly, Tim Walter, Jeff Zevnik, Doug Zeman, Eddie Wilcox, Dave Banack, 
Coach Tim Lewis. 





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J.V. Baseball, Row one: Chris Burrell, John Fuduric, Kenny Gravitte, Jeff Evans, Dan Fitzpatrick, Josh 
Hammond, Jason May. Row two: Gerald Headd, David Ott, Tom Soini, Rick Bartel, Taon Farinacci, Kevin 
Grisez, Kevin Carse, Coach Don Lewis. Row three: Brian Chike, Brad Armstrong, Dave Cerne, Brandon 
Richardson, Rick Glavan, Matt Moster, Tim Goerndt. 



Doug Zeman reaches out to get the ball. 
Dave Banach getting ready to throw the ball 
in. 




Baseball 





Freshman BasLh;iU, ii>\\ one; Ke\in Calabresc, Matt Sinienc, Mike I'lle, Doug Woods, Jesse Sceider, Brandon 
Price, Joe White. Row two: Robert Grays, Pat Ostrander, Mario Shy, Matt Black, Ryan Long, Mike 
Cardile, Mike Fortunato Row three: Coach T. J. Flowkiewicz, Jiin Shaw, Sinen Medvick, Mark Lucas. 
Owen Strodtbeck, Van Monroe, Russell Wilson, Randi Meany. 



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VARSITY BASEBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


4 





Strongsville 


9 


1 


Brecksville 


3 


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VASJ 


6 


3 


Mayfield 


3 


5 


North 


1 


5 


Holy Name 


6 


1 


Maple Hts. 


10 


3 


Nordonia 


4 


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South 


7 


2 


Bedford 


4 





Shaker Hts 


2 





Mayfield 


10 


3 


North 


16 


6 


Mentor 


6 


4 


Bedford 


23 


3 


Madison 


15 





Brush 


11 





Maple Hts. 


23 


6 


Nordonia 


17 


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Bay Village 


9 


3 


Painesville 


8 


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North 


9 





South 


5 


3 


NDCL 


4 


1 


St. Ignatius 


5 


4 


Hudson 


2 


7 


SEASON REC 


ORD WON 24 LOST 4 


G.C.C. RECOl 


RD WON 12 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FII>r 


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JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lakewood 


13 


4 


Strongsville 


16 


7 


Brecksville 


7 


5 


Mayfield 


4 


3 


North 


3 


8 


Holy Name 


5 


T 


Maple Hts. 


18 





Nordonia 





1 


South 


5 


8 


Bedford 


10 


4 


Olmsted Falls 


6 


5 


Olmsted Falls 


6 


5 


Mayfield 





5 


North 


1 





Mentor 


4 


2 


Bedford 


21 


5 


Maple Hts. 


I 





Nordonia 


4 


6 


Brush 


12 


2 


Brush 


16 


1 


South 


17 


1 


SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 5 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 


LEAGUE FINISH Third 









Some of the players practicing 
before a game. 




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FRESHMAN BASEBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Olmsted Falls 


19 


5 


Olmsted Falls 


5 


3 


North 


14 


15 


St. Ignatius 


11 


14 


Maple Hts. 


18 


T 


St. Ignatius 


1 


10 


Maple Hts. 


13 


5 


South 


5 


10 


Brush 


16 


1 


Brush 


1 


2 


Bedford 


15 





North 


10 


4 


Mayfield 


9 


11 


Mayfield 


6 


2 


Lakewood 


12 


9 


VASJ 


6 


5 


Holy Name 


2 


5 


Bedford 


11 





SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 7 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 4 




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Tom Heuer swings at 
the ball. 



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How did the track teams 

Boy's won the conference, 



The boy's outdoor track team had 
an outstanding season in which 
they placed first in the G.C.C. The 
team has been undefeated for three years. 
This year they won 5 big invitational 
meets and placed second in all other big 
invitational meets. They sent seven 
athletes to compete in the Sate Meet in 
Columbus. This was the last year for 
Coach Bob Ramlow was voted Coach of 
the Year in the G.C.C. for the third year 
in a row. The team will miss Bob's 
retirement. 



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BOY'S OUTDOOR TRACK 
TEAM US THEM 




Brush 103.5 28.5 




South 107 25 




North 93 39 




Bedford 82 50 




Maple Hts. 101 31 
Mavfield 99.5 32,5 




Nordonia 96 36 




BIG MEETS 




Strongsville 1/8 
Dublin 1/15 




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Mentor 2/8 
Walsh 2/12 
Ranger Relays 2/15 
Euclid Relays 1/7 
G.C.C. Meet 1/7 
District 1/21 






Regional 5/18 
SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 
LEAGUE FINLSH Fir.st 






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j Track 




Boy's Track. Row one: Quentin Murdock. William Buchannon. Jamel Lawrence, Jason Mc Cullough, Artis 
PowelK Ashley Powell, Michael Miklavcic, Derek Stanic, Paul Glowacki. Row two: Coach Frank Soltesz, 
Tininiie Virgies, Michael Bailey, Mike Melnyk, Al Simpson, Nick Sohlberg, Joe Granito, Lewis Nunley, 
Coach, Bob Ramlow. Row three: Steve Modelski, Adrean Yancy, Mike Simenc, Monroe Hillsman, Dorian 
Goulde. Melvin Hill, Shaun O'Brien, La Monte Foster. 







Artis Powell gets the baton from Rahman 
Shavers in one of the relays. 



Melvin Hill stretches to get the most from 
his effort in the long jump. 



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[irl's finished second 




Girls Track. Row one; Ericka Airfoat, Dionna Higgins, Janiece Thompson, Ursula Wein, Erin Kilkenney, 
Jessica Scott, Jill Smiaiek, Karen Wade, Jessica Locust, Tomeka Jolins, Ebony Wheeler, Lavonna Dehvitt 
Row two: Bridgette Cofield, Matrika Johnson, Jamee Taylor, Allison Mc Clain, Holly Douglas, Sheereeda 
Floyd, Cynthia Meyer, Candace Longshaw, Lori Medves Row llirec: Coach Mike Sustin. Jenea Weenis, 
Althea Jones, Dawn Merritt, Tiffany Anderson, Erin Morrison, Nichelle Church, Denise Ingram, Patricia 
Carpenter, Liz Montague, Destiny Harris, Kandasha Glenn, Shaun Deramus, Coach Dick ^'ork. Coach Pete 
Schwenke. Row four: Melissa Longo, Nicole Eslick, Joann Butcher, Megan Osterman, Shondra Hoak, Katie 
Walker, Annie Wein, Carmaine Allen, Janelle Easter. 




The Girl's Outdoor Track Team 
finished the season with an 6-1 
record and second place in the 
G.C.C. Regional qualifiers included 
Charmaine Allen in the long jump; 
Katie Walker in the discus; Dawn 
Merritt in the 1 00 hurdles and Megan 
Osterman in the 1600 and 32000 meter 
run. 



Alexis Grubach getting the baton from 
Becca Borchert in the 4 x 800 relay. 



GIRLS OUTDOOR TRACK 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Nordonia 


77 


51 


North 


102 


26 


Maple Hts. 


85 


53 


South 


95 


31 


Bedford 


56 


72 


Mayfield 


101 


27 


Brush 


99 
BIG MEETS 


19 


MadLson 


2/8 




Kent 


14/24 




Dublin 


4/16 




Ranger Relays 


12/26 




Mentor 


3/8 




Euclid Relays 


3/7 




G.C.C. Meet 


2/8 




SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH Second 


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Ebony Wheeler in the long jump. 



Dawn Merrit leading the pack in the 100 m 
hurdles. 



Track 




Did the softball team improve? 

m Won the G.C.C. 

First time in twelve years 



The 1 996 Softball season was a 
memorable one for the Euclid 
panthers. EucUd took the G.C.C. 
crown for the first time in twelve years 
with a mark of 1 1-3. The Lady Panthers 
quahfied for the State Tournament for the 
second consecutive season. 
Stacy Lesefky was named to the All 
Conference Team. News Herald, First 
Team and Team Co-Most Valuable 
Player. Colleen Taylor was named to the 
All Conference Team, News Herald's 
First Team and was the team's Co-Most 
Valuable Player. Becky Godec, 
Stephanie Troha and Courtney Sharp 
were named 2nd Team All G.C.C. and 
Lisa Udovich and Kristin Samsa were 
named Honorable Mention. 



VARSITY SOFTBALL 

TEAM US 

VASI 17 

VASJ 3 

Padua 17 

St Joe Academv 16 

W. Geauga 9 

Mavfiew" 

Mayfielli 

NordoDia 

Nonh 

Maple His 

South 

Bedford 

Ma> field 

Brush 

North 

Maple Hts 

Solon 

South 

Nordonia 

Bedford 

Bnjsh 

Padua 16 

Mayfield 3 

Brush 

Holy Name 14 

Mayfield 8 

Brush 7 

STATE TOURNAMENT 
VASJ 6 

Solon 10 

SEASON RECORD WON 20 LOST 9 
G.C.C- RECORD WON 1 1 LOST 3 
LEAGUE flMSH First 





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Jl'MOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 

TEAM US 

Padua 14 

St. Joe Acjdemy 9 

West Geauga 3 

Solon 8 

VASJ 18 

North -I 

Nordonia I 

Maple Hts. 13 

Bedford 16 

Nt>rdonla 21 

Maple Hts., ^:. I S 

South ■i^jt^'v. 8 

Souih 2 

North 1 1 

Bedford 1 6 

V.ASJ 5 

Miiyfietd 1 1 

Bnish 14 

Brush 8 

Mayndd 10 

Maytield 8 
SEASON RECORD WON 14LOST 7 
G.C.C, RECORD WON II LOST 4 



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Varsity Softball, Row one: Amanda Meyer, Kristen Samsa, Angela Suchy, Dana Vance. Row tw n: Case> Mc 
Redmond, Chrissy Kovacevich, Courtney Sharp, Colleen Taylor, Stephanie Troha, Becky Godec. Row three; 
Coach Steve Marcu, Robyn Ulle, Jamie Greskowiak, Allison Metti, Stacy Lesefky, Kristen Kascak, Lisa 
Udovich. Coach Ron Zucca. 










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Junior Varsity Softball, Row one: Julianne Whitely, Anne Slusser, Niki Sams, Quinta Douglas, Shannon 
Setscr. Row two: Karen Hanson, Megan Novinc, Alison Stahre, Julie Thompson. Row three: Taryn Laurich, 
Karen Salisbury, Suzanne Lucas, Nikole Schiffbauer, Michele Laurich, Coach, Arle Laumadue.. 



How did the tennis team do? 

Won the G.C.C. 

First time in twenty-four years 




Boy's Tennis, Row one: James Mc Clave, Chris Pierce, Pat Di Lalla, Matt Mc Dermott, Ryan Heramb, 
Nil^ali Vigaincli, Jordan Robinson.Row two: Coach Rob Heramb, Barnett Woodruff, Dennis Vitolo, Andrew 
Edmonds, Jeremy Pfahl, Barry Lawrence, Jason Robinson, Patrick Doehring. 




Freshman Softball, Row one: Kerry Jeric, Nicole Samsa, Mary Tracy, Jillian udovich, Sandra Mowery. Row 
two: Lindsay IVIitstalslii, Gina Gaglioni, Bridget Resnik, Shawntee Clay, Angela Indiano, Stephanie Hughes. 
Row three: Coach, Diane Maroli, Tamika Drake, Julie Stobierski, Sara Via, Tina Amigoni, Dawn Attwood, 
Brianna Aquilano. 



The Spring of 1997 was the year that the 
Boy's Tennis Team was waiting for 
since 1973. Barry Lawrence quahfied 
for districts, Pat Di Lalla went 24-1 , the 
team won the 10 team St. Edward 
Invitational and the team won the 
G.C.C. Can they repeat next year? 





VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mentor 


3 


1 


Kenston 


3 


2 


Nordonia 


5 





Brush 


5 





South 


4 


1 


North 


3 


2 


Nordonia 


5 





Mayfield 


2 


3 


South 


3 


2 


North 


4 


1 


Lakewood 


5 





Mayfield 


3 


2 


Kirtland 


5 





Hudson 


2 


3 


Brush 


4 


1 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 2 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 


LEAUE FINISH First 





FRESHMAN SOFTBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Solon 


4 


3 


ND/CL 


2 


4 


Kirtland 


8 


1 


Cuyahoga Hts. 


4 


12 


Maple Hts. 


25 





Brush 


4 


3 


South 


7 


1 


ND/CL 


3 


4 


North 


9 


8 


Wickliffe 


1 


6 


Maple Hts 


20 


T 


Cuyahoga Hts. 


10 


8 


Brush 


1 


1 


Mayfield 


5 


4 


South 


13 


8 


Maple Hts. 


16 


2 


North 


9 


4 


Mayfield 


20 


6 


Solon 


12 


6 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 4 | 



Boy's Tennis 



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Never-Never Land, a magical place 
where dreams are bom and time is 
never planned. The mischievous 
Peter Pan( Jodi Dominick), the evil Captain 
Hook(John Holnski), and the Indian 
Princess Tiger Lily (Carolyn Klocker) rule 
on the island. As the Darling children 
Wendy, Michael and John(Katherine 
Baioni, Dave Solema and Amy Salupo) and 
their maid Liza(Collette Sams-Gaunt) 
travel to NeverLand the excitement and 
adventure began. Wendy becomes the 
mother to the Lost Boys and hook plots to 
once and for all kill Peter Pan. 
The Indians and Peter became friends and 
joined together to defeat Hook and his band 
of pirates. Wendy, Michael and John 
returned home to find their parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Darling(Creig Sulecki and Katherine 
Walker) waiting. Peter Pan. the youthful, 
wild boy remained on his tiny island "second 
to the right and straight till morning" waiting 
for more fun and adventure to begin. 
The 1997 Big Show Production of Peter Pan 
was directed by Ken Ferlito and Bea 
Grushcow and involved an intricate arrange- 
ment of pulleys and wires to enable the 
characters to fly. 

-Jill Swansegar 




John Hoinski and Scott Lawrence discuss plan 
to kill Peter Pan. 



How do you I 

Big Show presented Peter Psl 




Big Show 




am how to fly? 





Jennifer Grabianowski, Erin Pattersen, Shamuire 
Spivey. Lori Mitskavich. and Allison Metti, meet 
Courtney Strah's grandparcnls, Helen and Frank 
Strah. 



On April 18.19 Wai Napolo presented their annual synchronized swim show in the East Pool. The theme of the 
show was "Don't Touch that Dial". The meinbers of the club swam and performed to music from television shows. 




The band playing at the Senior Citizen Prom 




On May 7, 1997. Student Council held its annual Senior Citizen Prom in which members of the community are 
invited to the high school to a dance and refreshments. Here are some Student Council members and senior citizens 
dancing together. 



Mr. Alex Toth dribbles the ball down to the basket 
with Rich Belanich covering him while Mr. Pat 
Vuyancih looks on during the Faculty-Senior 
basketball game. 





Students trying to make a three point shot at the annual Faculty-Senior basketball game. 



Left: Students cheering at the Faculty- 
Senior basketball game. 




Wai Napolo/Senior Senior Prom 



Katie Walker, Doug Zeman and Rich 
Belanich selling pizza after school in the E- 
Room for Student Council. 




SENIOR AWARDS 

were presented on Wednesday, May 21. 1997 in an assembly held in the Little Theater after 
school. Many seniors received awards or money for their accomplishments while at Euclid. 




Katherine Baioni and Kevin Evans received the 
William M. McGuinness Scholarship award from 
Catlierine McGuinness. 



Nick Solema eceived a Euclid Jaycees Scholarship and 
the Euclid High School Booster Club award. 



Daniel Bergolc received the Ohio District Key Club 
International award, the Shore Commemorative 
Scholarship, the Euclid Public Schools Alumni 
Association Scholarship, and the Baldwin Wallace 
College Presidential Scholarship. 



Kelly Echols, Heather Perusek, Dave Banach, Tim 
Zornian and Katie Walker received awards presented 
by Principal. Robert Knuth. 




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De Lawrence Fouche dances with a senior citizen at the Senior Citizen Prom. 
Stephanie Di Biase, Antonina Fiorelli, Jenny Cicco, Karen Lemieux. Allison 
Penko, Kelly Baylog, Erin Patterson, Shamuire .Spivey, Erin Reilly, Nikki 
Yannaras, Jenny Emser and Amanda Price uaitmg for the Senior Citizen Prom to 
begin. 

On Thursday. May 22. 1997. Gary Broadbent gave a demonstration on Boomer- 
angs to many science students in the stadium. 

Doug Zeman was one of the physics students who retrieved the boomerands the 
Gary threw. 



Senior Awards/Senior Senior Prom 




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was held at the Landerhaven Party Center on Friday, 
June 6, 1997. Many Euclid seniors and underclassmen 
enjoyed themselves at a night of dancing, pictures and 
eating. 



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COMMENCEMENT 

took place in the Stadium on Sunday June 8, 1997 at 1 :00 PM. It was a sunny, breezy day 
that was very comfortable for everyone. Most of the seniors and their parents were well 
behaved and the ceremony went off without any problems. 



N.J.R.O.T.C. aupplied the Color Guard for the Commencement Ceremonies. 
Below: Varsity Chorale sang the Alma Mater and other songs during the ceremonies 



Validictorian. Todd Lapp, addressed the 
class of 1997 during Commencement 



ceremonies. 



The Salutatorian for the Class of 1997 was 
Kathleen Walker who gave a short talk 
after the Valedictorian did. 



The class ov 1997 and 
their parents at 
Commencement. 



FACULTY PATRONS 



Jane Addis 

Sue Ann Amato 

Justin J. Antonini 

Brenda Barlcer 

Linda Brenkus 

Joan and Alan Bush 

Doc Daugherty 
Susan Dennis-Rogers 

Bill Dwyer 

Ken and Anne Ferlito 

Marilyn Foote 

Audree Fox 



Tom Gibbons 

Bill Gooding 

Commander Bill Gray 

The Heramb Family 

Carolyn Heuer 

SGTMAJ L. Issacs 

Spencer D. Kane 

Jim Kelley 

Marsha Knauss 

Robert Knuth 

Heather Koczur 

Lisa Langford 



Margaret Lucas 

Steven L. Marcu 

Diane M. Maroli 

Lisa Mc Leod 

Sandi Mc Redmond 

Mrs. Katie Morris 

Mrs. B. Novak 

Mrs. Katherine Pasquale 

Mrs. J. R. Perez 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 

Jim Poulson 

Lucy A. Pratt 



Fran Ratka 

Anthony P. Rozman 

Mr. and Mrs. Santilli 

Rhonda A. Scharf 

Mrs. Janet Severino 

Mrs. Elaine Sheridan 

Mrs. P. Sheridan 

The Soltesz Family 

Diane M. Tizzano 

Mrs. Torrelli 
Bill Von Benken 
Daniel Wensing 



PARENT PATRONS 



Joann Krane/Louis Lindic 

Dear Lou, 

We are so proud of your hard work and the 

dedicated student that you were throughout high 

school. You will be rewarded for your efforts in 

your career. May God be with you and bless you 

always. You are a wonderful son. 

Love, Mom, Frank and the family. 



Ron and Mary Ann Siedler/Brian Siedler 

Brian Siedler (Sid) 
You've done us all proud. 
Love, Dad, Mom and Ron. 



Greg and Nancy Waina/Jason and Melissa 
Waina 

Jason and Melissa, The "Middle Wainas"- 
It's been a pleasure to share this school year with 
you. We are proud of all your talents and 
accomplishments, and more importantly, the 
wonderful young people you've become. 
Love. Dad and Mom. 



PICTURE PATRONS 



Christine and Edmond Arnold/Lauren Allison 

Arnold 

Jack and Natalie Bowser/Jessica Marie Bowser 

Deborah BuchannonAVilliam Buchannon III 

Kathy Carleton/Amanda C. Carleton 

Roger and Mary Cherne/Zachary Cherne 

Frank and Jean Cicco/Jennifer Ann Cicco 

Eric and Marilyn Clark/Shannon Suzanne Clark 

James Cole & Carmen Bowens/Jamie Camille 

Cole 

Kathy Lorig/Rebecca Crismor 

Zelma Jackson/Ericka Dennis 

Robert Davies/James Davies 

Sheila and James Sanford/Jessica Elmore 

Ralph and Frances Fee/Colleen Fee 

Annette and Gene Fiorelli/Antonina Fiorelli 

Joe and Nancy Fitzpatrick/Dan Fitzpatrick 

Kevin and Margie Flynt/Erin Marie Flynt 

Connie MisiakA'anessa Gallman 

Roberta and John Gibbons/Elizabeth Gibbons 

Jim and Karen Godec/Rebecca Godec 

Karen Goerndt/Tim Goerndt 

Timothy and Debra Grabianowski/Jennifer 

Grabianowski 

Dean and Suzanne Grida/Angela M. Grida 

Don and Sandy Grisez/Patrick Grisez 



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Patrons 



Carla and David Davis/Stephany C. Hasberry 

Rob and Mary Heramb/Ryan Heramb 

David and Joyce Heuer/Thomas D. Heuer 

Ken and Evelyn Hrovat/Allison M. Hrovat 

Joseph and Dawn Janosik/James A. Janosik 

Linda Jenkins & Mike Philpott/Makia Philpott 

Jenkins 

Dale and Judy Johnson/Matrika Johnson 

Richard S. and Rose Marie Kazar/Stephanie L. 

Kazar 

Mary and Bill Kontra/Kelly Arline Kontra 

Diane and Vincent losue/Matthew Koons 

Betty Kovacevich/Chrissy Kovacevich 

Richard and Ann Kumel/Michelle Lynn Kumel 

Bill and Kathy Mc Dermott/Matthew Mc Dermott 

Raymond and Margaret Metti/Allison Metti 

Linda Franks Miller/Michael Franks Miller 

Dave and Linda Mitskavich/Lori Mitskavich 

Andreci Artis/Jacqueline Montgomery 

Robert S. and Janet L. Moster/Matthew G. Moster 

Mike and Marcy Mukavetz/Marissa Mukavetz 

John and Rayne CHara/Matthew O'Hara 

Jeff and Beth Nelson/Sean Nelson 

Robin Patterson/Erin E. Patterson 

Bob and Joanne Peacock/Christy Peacock 

James and Carol Penny/Lori Penny 

James and Carol Penny/Michelle Penny 

Djuro and Angela Peric/Georgian Peric 

Gary and Carole Pierce/Chris Pierce 



Scott and Patricia Proctor/Landon Proctor 
Nevenka Whitworth/Gina Prodan 

Janelle Routen 

Edith and Martin Ryan/Erin Ryan 

Maryellen Serwatka/Jessica Serwatka 

Eileen and Earl Sharp/Courtney Sharp 

Kathleen Short/Jason Short 

Kellie Smerdel/Leland Smerdel 

Art and Nancy Smialek/Jill Smiaiek 

Guy and Evelyn Smith/Kimberly R. Smith 

Larry and Sheila Marcus/Tiffany Y. Smith 

Dale and Patty Stahre/Alison Stahre 

May and Frank Strah/Courtney M. Strah 

Linda Taylor/Brandon Taylor 

Taylor Family/Kelly Taylor 

Hope Tilk/Jim Tilk 

Edward and Mary Ellen Udovich/Lisa Udovich 

Susan and Albert Ulle/Robyn UUe 

Greg and Nancy Waina/Jason Waina 

Ann Washington/La Shunda Anntoinete "Missy' 

Washington 

Byron and Bridget Weems/ Jenea Weems 

Terri Smith/Najah Q. Weeams 

Bernadette White & Wayman S. WellsA'ernadett 

White 

Edith M. Hullum/Kalicia M. Williams 

Ernestine WilliamsA'ickie Williams 

Terrance and Kathleen Zevnik/Geoff Zevnik 

Jo and Joann Zorman/Brian Zorman 




Lauren Allison Arnold 



Lauren, 
It's hard to 
believe you're a 
senior. It seems 
lilce just 
yesterday we 
were taking your 
first day of 
kindergarten 
picture, You've 
become a 
wonderful person 
and we're very 
proud of you. 
Remember to 
keep your head 
and your heart in 
the right 
direction and 
you'll never have 
to worry about 
your feet. 
Love you. Mom 
and Dad 




Jessica Marie Bowser 



Dear Jessica, 
Always work 
hard at what you 
like. Laugh at 
your mistakes, 
but learn from 
them. Show 
your emotions, 
laugh and cry. 
it's good for 
you. Love your 
friends and 
family with your 
whole being, for 
they are what's 
inost important 
in your life, 
Find your 
rainbow and live 
your world of 
dreams. 
God bless you. 
Love, Mom and 
Dad 




Will. 

We are very 
proud of you and 
love you very 
much. Always 
remember the 
man who knows 
right from wrong 
and has good 
judgement along 
with common 
sense is happier 
than the man who 
is immensely rich 
Wisdom gives a 
long, good life 
with riches and 
honor. Pleasure 
and peace. 
Love, Mom 



William Buchannon III 




It seems 
like only 
yesterday 
when you 
first ran 
into my 
arms. Now 
you are 
graduating! 
May your 
life be 
filled with 
peace and 
joy. We are 
very proud 
of you. 
Love, Mom 
and Tony 



Amanda C. Carleton 




Dear Zack, 
Reach for 
the stars!! 
Live your 
dreams!! 
Eniov your 
life !! We 
love you 
and are very 
proud of 
you. 

Mom, Dad 
and Leah 




Zachary Cherne 



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Jennifer Ann Cicco 



Jennifer, 
God gave us a 
loving, caring, 
and thoughtful 
little girl, who 
has grown into 
a beautiful 
young lady. 
You are an 
inspiration to 
everyone you 
meet. We are 
very proud of 
you and wish 
you the very 
best life has to 
offer. Keep 
love and God in 
your heart, and 
you can achieve 
anything. 
Love, Dad, 
Mom. Dawn, 
and Maria 




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Shannon Suzanne Clark 



Dear Shannon, 
We are very 
proud of you 
and your 
accomplish- 
ments. You set 
a goal and 
have 

succeeded. We 
know your 
dreams will 
come true 
since you are a 
smart and 
confident 
young woman. 
We love you 
and thank you 
for the joy you 
gave to us. 
Congratula- 
tions! 

Love, Mom 
and Dad. 




To our 
wonderful 
daughter, 
who we 
love and 
adore very 
much. We 
wish you 
the very 
best and 
lots of 
success in 
all that life 
has to offer 
you. (You 
go girl!) 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 



Jamie Camille Cole 





Ericka Dennis 



Dear Ericka 
Danielle, 
I am so proud of 
you and 
everything that 
you do. You 
make so many 
people in your 
life happy. You 
always know 
what to say and 
when to say it. 
The best of luck 
and may all 
your dreams 
come true. 
Love always. 
Kay, Mom, Pee- 
Wee, Dad, 
Grandma, 
Vickie, and 
family and 
friends 




James Davies 



The father of 
a righteous 
man has a 
great joy; He 
who has a 
wise son 
delights in 
him. May 
your father 
and mother 
be glad; May 
she who gave 
you birth 
rejoice! 
Prov. 23:24 
&25 
You have 
made us very 
proud. God 
bless you. 
Love, Mom 
and Dad 




Jessica. 
You go girl!!! 
Jessica always 
remember what 
you've been 
taught, to put God 
first and let Him 
order your steps 
and He will lead 
you in the right 
direction. 
There will be 
many mountains 
that you will have 
to climb. Just pray 
and don"t ask God 
to move those 
mountains, but 
give you the 
strength to climb 
them. 
For it's the 

mountains that make you strong. There will be times you 

may fall, just gel up. keep climbing, never look down. 

Always look up for the skies are limited. 

We love you!!! 

Mom and James 



Jessica Elmore 




Colleen Fee 

Colleen, 

Congratulations! Remember that we will always 

love you. You can achieve those goals of which 

you dream. Your life is rich with possibilities. Stay 

determined and success is yours. 

Love. Mom. Dad, Grandma and Meredith 




My, oh my, 
how time 
flies! 

Mom's got 
tears in her 
eyes while 
dad's not 
surprised 
that you're 
grown up. 




Dear Dan, 
The school years 
have passed by so 
quickly. We thank 
the Lord for your 
life. It has been 
such a pleasure 
raising you and 
we pray that you 
will always be 
guided by the 
Lord. 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Holly and David 



Antonina Fiorelli 



Dan Fitzpatrick 




196 Erin Marie Flynt 




Dear Vanessa, 
You have 
brought so 
much 

happiness into 
my life! May 
you always 
have the very 
best! Tm very 
proud of the 
woman you've 
become. Good 
Luck and 
Success in all 
you set out to 
do in life. I 
love you. 
Your mom and 
best friend 
forever! ! ! 




Vanessa Gallman 



r^ „ Elizabeth Gibbons 

Dear Betsy. 

Congratulations on your past successes. We know that there 

will be much to be proud of in the future. 

Love, Mom and Dud 

Little sis. 

Don't forget I'll always be there to hold your hand. 

Love. Cathy 




Rebecca Godec 

The years have passed so quickly and it seems like 
only yesterday when you came into our lives! You 
have grown into a fine young woman. We are very 
proud of you. Becky, always strive for e.xcellence 
and may all of your dreams come true! 
Love. Mom, Dad and Sarah xxxooo 







Tim Goerndt 




Jennifer Grabianowski 



Jennifer. 
We are very 
thankful and 
proud to see 
the wonderful 
person that 
you have 
become. The 
Lord has truly 
given us a gift 
in you. We 
love you and 
congratula- 
tions on a job 
well done. 
Dad. Mom. T. 
J.. Kevin, 
Kelly and 
Pony 





Angela Grida 



Patrick Grisez 

Pat, 

You always did like a good party! Keep your friendly 
personality. Give it your best and you'll do fine. 
Remember, we love you and are always here for you. 
Love, Dad and Mom 




Stephany C. Hasberry 




^■'•m." <L' T '^i 



Ryan Heramb 



Dear Ryan, 

You were the 
most beautiful 
baby! You have 
grown into the 
most sensitive 
and confident 
young man. We 
are so very 
proud of you. 
You have 
always brought 
joy to our lives 
and we know 
you will do 
well in 
whatever you 
attempt. May 
God bless you 
always. 
All our love. 
Mom Dad, Rob 
& Michael 




Dear Tommy- 
You are a great son 
and brother, also the 
"bestesl" uncle in 
the world. We love 
you and are very 
proud of you. 
Remember to 
always pursue your 
goals. You truly are 
the "Sunny Jim" of 
our family. 
Love always. Mom, 
Dad, Lisa, Amy and 
Megan 




A stonishing 
L oving 
L evel headed 
I ntelligent 
S tupendous 
O utgoing 
N ice 

(occasionally 
naughty) 



Thomas D. Heuer 



Allison H. Hrovat 

Your fabulous smile wanned our hearts minutes after 

you were born. We knew then you would "Take The 

World by Storm". We are so very proud of you. Go 

out into the world and "grab that brass ring"-it"s 

yours. 

Love always. Mom, Dad, Jennifer, Ashley, Poochie 

and TAB 197 



James A. Janosik 




IX-ar Jim, 

You'll always succeed, 
both ill life and in heiiiht. 
Bui you'll always be my 
baby broihcr. Ciingralula- 
tion on (iradualifin. You've 
earned ii well. - i.ove Joey 



Dearest Jim, 

Yi)u are the light 
of our lives. From 
Kindergarten 
through High 
School, you have 
always sirived for 
the best and have as 
a result, excelled in 
all your goals and 
objectives. We 
wish you continued 
success in all your 
future endeavors. 
We are so very 
proud of you, and 
remember- "If you 
can dreain it, you 
can do it." - All 
our love (3 cars), 
Mom, Dad, (Irand- 
ma. Nana & I.ittle 




Makia Philpott Jenkins 

To my darling daughter who's become the most wonderful 
young lady a mother could ask for. Keep that smile you've had 
from day one. Stay determined to accept nothing less than 
God's best, and you'll always have your heart's desire. 
Remember the steps of a good girl are ordered of the Lord. 
Stay in the secret place of the Most High. 
1 love you. Your Mom 




Matrika D. Johnson 



Dear 
Matrika, 
You did it! 
Congratula- 
tions! You 
have reached 
this point in 
your life 
overcoming 
the road 
hazards and 
obstacles of 
life and 
excelling 
academi- 
cally. We are 
proud of 
you! So 
don't stop 
now! 
Dad and 
Judy 




Stephanie; 
Mom and 
I are very 
proud of 
our little 
girl. May 
the Lord 
watch and 
keep you 
safe no 
matter 
what roads 
life may 
lead you 
down. 
Our love 
to you 
always. 
Mom and 
Dad 




Stephanie L. Kazar 



1 



Kelly Arline Kontra 



Dear Kelly, 
The years 
have passed 
so quickly. 
You're a 
beautiful 
young lady 
now. We 
hope your 
life is 

blessed with 
good health 
and 

happiness 
and all your 
dreams 
come true. 
Never forget 
how much 
we love you. 
Love. Mom. 
Dad and 
Kristy 




Matthew James Koons 



Dear Matt, 
We were truly 
blessed when 
God gave you 
to us. You 
have always 
been a kind, 
loving son and 
brother who 
exercises good 
judgement in 
the things you 
do. We are 
sure these 
attributes are a 
winning 
combination 
for success and 
happiness. 
Love always. 
Mom and 
Vince, Dad and 
Charlotte 









Chrissy, 








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the plate for 


It. 






a grand slam 
future. 


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Love, Mom 






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and Mark 


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Chrissy Kovacevich 



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Michelle Lynn Kumel 

Michelle; (Mickey) 

Congratulations - you did your best and we are proud of 

you. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors, 

and hope all your dreams come true. 

Love. Mom. Dad and Allyson 




Dear Matt, 
We are very 
proud of all 
your 

accomplish- 
ments and 
the young 
man you 
have 
become. 
Most of all, 
we're happy 
for you and 
hope you'll 
always find 
the thing 
that will 
make your 
life a truly 
happy and 
fulfilling 
one. 

Love, Mom 
and Dad 



Matthew Mc Dermott 




Allison Metti 



Dear Allison, 
Scholar, 
athlete, 

daughter, sister, 
friend. ..Bravo! 
You have more 
than honored 
the family 
name, and 
through it all, 
you have 
remained a 
lady. Keep your 
kindness, wit. 
and integrity 
with you 
always. You are 
cherished. 
Go with God 
and all our 
love. 

Mom, Dad, and 
Christine 




Michael Franks Miller 



Dear Michael, 
Thank you for 
being such a 
wonderful son 
and good friend. 
You have 
enriched my life 
beyond words 
can express, and 
will continue 
too! 

"Congratulations 
son" I'm proud 
of you and so is 
your family, I 
wish you good 
health. 

happiness, love, 
and much 
success in 
everything you 
do in life. 
Michael, follow 
your kind heart 
and dreams 
while doing your 
very best. 
1 love you, and 
I'll be there for 
you. 

Love. Mom. 
Grandma and 
vour familv 




Lori Mitsliavich 

To have a daughter is to know a special kind of joy. 
Lori. you have given us more pride and joy than we 
ever thought possible. You are a wonderful young 
woman and we wish only the best for you today and 
always. We love you very much! 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Years ago 1 
was blessed 
with a 

beautiful baby 
girl. Today 
we are both 
blessed 
because you 
have become 
a smart, 
beautiful, and 
caring young 
woman. I 
pray your 
future is filled 
with many 
i more 
blessings and 
fulfilled 
dreams. 
Love, Mom 




Matthewsky, 
Better than 
the gold of 
kings are 
memories 
of happy 
things. 
Congratu- 
lations! 
Strive for 
excellence. 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 




Jacqueline Montgomery 



Matthew G. Moster 



Marissa Mukavetz 




Matthew G'Hara 



Matthew, 
You have 
grown up 
from our 
little 

"clown" into 
a handsome 
young man! 
It seems like 
only 

yesterday 
that you 
were a 91b, 
5oz. baby! 
Work hard 
and enjoy 
life fully. 
We will 
always love 
you! 

Love, Mom. 
Dad, Trisha 
and Aileen 





Christy Peacocli 

Christy: 

There will be many wonderful and exciting 
opportunities for you in the future because you are so 
very special. Stay happy and have fun along the way. 
Love, Mom, Dad & Bob 

199 



Sean Nelson 




Dear Erin. 
It seems like only 
yesterday we sent 
you off to school, 
eager to learn, and 
now as we send 
you off again you 
still have that zest 
for learning. 
Things have not 
always been easy 
but you faced life 
with grace and 
courage. We know 
these qualities will 
always be with 
you. You've made 
us all so proud of 
the wonderful 
woman you have 
become. 

Love, Mom, Jon 
and Zee 



Erin E. Patterson 




Lori. 

Always keep that 
beautiful quality 
about you. You 
have grown into a 
beautiful, young 
woman in such a 
short time. You are 
going on to bigger 
and better things 
and we know you 
will succeed in 
anything you 
attempt. Your father 
and I are. and 
always will be very 
proud of you. 
Remember, just 
close your eyes and 
it is all attainable. 
We love you. God 
Bless you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Michelle, Michelle Penny 

It seems like such a short time ago that we were 
blessed with you. You have grown into the beautiful 
young lady we knew you would be. Now you are 
going on to face more challenges in your life, and we 
know you will conquer all that you attempt. Your 
father and I are very proud of you. Always remember 
dreams can come true. We love you. God Bless you. 
Love. Mom and Dad 




Georgian, 
We are very 
proud of 
you. Wish 
you the 
best. 

Love. Dad. 
Mom and 
ChrLstina 
and Ann 



Georgian Peric 





Chris Pierce 



Landon Proctor 




Gi! 

We are 
so proud 
of all 
your 
accom- 
plish- 
ments. - 
Now 
spread 
your 
wings 
and fly. - 
There is 
so much 
to see 
and do. 
Your 
family 
loves 
you. 




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Janelle. 
What- 
ever you 
decide to 
so in life, 
always 
be true to 
yourself. 
Also, 
remem- 
ber 1 
love you 
and will 
be here 
when- 
ever you 
need me. 
Con- 
gratula- 
tions! 
With 
Love. 
Mom 




we love you 
always. 
Love and 
Congratula- 
tions. Mom 
and Dad 



Janelle Routen 



Erin Ryan 




Jessica Serwatka 



Dear 

Jessica, 
Congratu- 
lations! We 
are so 
proud of 
you. You 
are a 
brilliant 
young 
woman 
with a 
bright 
future 
ahead. You 
are so 
loved. 
Wishing 
you the 
very best. 
God Bless. 
Love, 
Mom and 
Grandma 




Courtney Sharp 



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comedian. 




athlete. 




psycholo- 


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eye, "wise 




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We love 




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dearly! 




Mom, 




Dad, 




Carrie, 




Cameron 


Jason Short 



Congratula- 
tions, Jason! 
We always 
knew you 
could do it! It's 
been a long, 
hard road, but 
you made it 
past the first 
hurdle. May the 
best always 
come your 
way. We love 
you always. 
You make us 
proud! 
Love, Mom, 
Dad and 
Jessica 




Leland Smerdel 



Lee J, 

I remember the 
days when we 
would fight 
nonstop. Boy, 
how you have 
matured since 
then. Look at 
you now; 
graduating high 
school and 
going out into 
the real world. 1 
am so proud of 
you. I wish you 
luck in 

everything you 
do. I know you 
can do anything 
as long as you 
set your mind to 
it. 1 love you. 
Your big sis, 
Kellie 




Jill Smialelv 

"With the first light of sun - Bless you. 
When the long day is done - Bless you. 
In your smiles and your tears - Bless you. 
Through each day of your years - Bless you.' 
We love you. Beanie! 
Dad and Mom 




Kitnberly R. Smith 

You have the intelligence, you have the right spirit. 
Step into your future. You will do well. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Tiffany Y. Smith 



Dear Tiffany, 
We are very 
proud of the 
beautiful, 
bright and 
loving young 
Christian 
woman you 
have become. 
Keep Christ 
first in your 
life and 
success will 
, be yours. 
Always 
remember 
"we can do all 
things 
through 
Christ which 
strengthens 
us". 

Love, Mom 
and Dad 




Dear Courtney, 
Congratulations! 
Graduation is a 
happy time, as 
you think of all 
you've 

accomplished. ..a 
hopeful time, as 
you look to a 
wonderful future 
and a heart- 
warming time, as 
those of us who 
love you share 
your happiness. 
We are very 
proud of you. 
And may all the 
years ahead be 
successful ones 
for you ! 
Love, Mom, 
Dad, Eli and 
Family 




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Brandon Taylor 



your 
head up! 
Love you 
always! 
Your 
Mom 



201 



Kelley-B, 




Kelley Taylor 




Dear Jim, 
We are 
very proud 
of you. 
Best of 
luck in the 
future. 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 




Dear 

Alison, 
Congratu- 
lations! 
Thank you 
for giving 
us so many 
happy 
memories. 
May you 
accom- 
plish all of 
your goals. 
You've 
made us so 
proud! We 
love you 
very 
much! 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 



Alison Stahre 




To our 
princess. 
May your 
dreams 
come true 
and bring 
you much 
happi- 
ness. 
With 
God's 
help 
you'll 
reach the 
sky. 
Love, 
Mora and 
Dad 




Lisa Udovicli 



Robyn Ulle 



Congratula- 
tions to "our 
little girl" 
who makes 
us proud 
every day. 
Remember, 
there is 
nothing you 
can't 

achieve as 
long as you 
try your 
best. Set 
your goals 
and go for 
it. Nothing 
can stop you 
now. 
We love 
you! 

Mom, Dad, 
Michael and 
Stacy 




Jason, 
The family 
dreamer, 

A young man with 
incredible vision 
and valuable 
insights. 
A thinker, a 
wonderer, an 
adventurer 
Whose gifts 
include a sense of 
humor, loyalty and 
- j a great love of life, 
^ We wish you 

continued success 
in your college 
career and beyond. 
Ride on and enjoy ! 
Love, Dad, Mom, 
Jennifer, Melissa, 
and Rebecca 



Jason Waina 




La Shunda Anntoinette 

Wasiiington 

202 



Dear Missy, 
Here we are once 
again with God's 
help at the end of 
another 

milestone. I told 
you it could be 
done. I'm so 
proud of you. Just 
remember to be 
the best you can 
be and strive high 
for what you want 
to accomplish and 
it can be done. 
Even after having 
Booka at 17 you 
still made it. Just 
remember I will 
always be there 
for you. 
Good Luck 
Love, Mommy 
and Booka 




Jenea Weems 

Words for Jenea 

1) Expect the unexpected, it's always there. 

2) Don't measure your successes or failures by others. 

3) Sometimes, it's who you know that gets you in. 
Remember, it's what you are that keeps you there. 

4) You always have to work five times harder. 

5) Always have goals. When you reach one, add two 
more. 

6) Love and respect all. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Byron, Bridget Weems 




Just yesterday, 
you were our 
little girl. You 
were growing, 
learning, and 
becoming the 
beautiful, 
intelligent, 
young lady you 
are today. Keep 
reaching, 
striving, and 
believing. Only 
then, the best 
will come to 
you. 
12 down, 5 to 

go- 
Love, Mom, 
Dad, Toni, and 
Kai 

YOU GO 
GIRL! 



Najah Q. Weems 






thletics gave many 
students an 
oppoitunity to go to 
college. 

A.F.S 104 

Abbott, Christopher 101, 112 

Abiecunas, Alison 89, 155 

Abiecunas, Eric 145 

Academics Divider 130 

Acino, Lea 125, 167, 170 

Acino, Marcello 167 

Acl<ley, Rachel 22,49,54, 101, 110 

Activities Divider 86 

Ad, Student Council 214 

Adams, Ashley , 145 

Adams, Blair 145 

Adams, Daemyon 167 

Adams, Erin 155 

Adams II. Richard 155 

Addis, Biair 73 

Addis, Jane 8, 101, 104, 135, 194 

Ahmetovic, Melissa 167 

Ahmetovic, Samir 155 

Aides, Media 122 

Aides, Office 98 

Airfoat, Ericka 185 

Alaupovic, Andjela 155 

Aldridge, Monique 94,96, 101, 125, 155 

Alexander, Joshua 155 

Alexander, Zipporah 145 

Alkema, Jayson 145 

Alkema, Lisa 167 

Allen, Charmaine 14,73,75, 101. 167, 185 

Allen, Pierre 167 

Allen, William 155 

Almond, Martees 145 

Amato, Sue Ann 37, 135, 194 

Amigoni, Christine 64, 65, 138, 155, 187 

Anderson, Christopher 155 




Vernadette White 

You are a daughter to be proud of. 
Words can't explain the "Love" 
we have for you. You are blessed, 
and we're blessed to have you as 
our daughter B. K. A. "Vern" 
Baby. 



Anderson, Michael 167 

Anderson, Nathan 145 

Anderson, Tiffany 96, 155, 185 

Anness, Betsy 37, 137 

Announcers, P. A 123 

Anthony, LaShandra 167 

AntoninI, Justin 132, 194 

Appling, Lyndsey 81, 145 

Aquila, Antoinette 105, 155 

Aquilano, Andrew 22 

Aquilano, Brianna 155, 187 

Archie, De Angelo 145 

Arendt, Bryan 22, 207 

Armstrong, Bradford 22, 182 

Armstrong, Celeste 7, 91, 92, 104, 105, 145 

Arnold, Lauren 10. 12, 14, 15, 22, 45, 49, 50. 54. 
84,85,98, 101, 111, 113, 122, 125, 137, 194, 
195,212 

Arp, Cjros 155 

Arp, Robin 83. 155 

Arpin, Bryan 155 

Art, Commercial 109 

Ashdown III, Robert 155 

Attamante, William 135 

Attwood, Dawn 94, 155, 187 

Austin-Hunt Corporation 213 

Automotives, Vocational 108 

Avery, De Von 22 

Awards, Senior 191 

Ayers, Michelle 132 



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' suffered but still had 
another excellent 



5 



season. 

Babuder. Michael 102, 155 

Babyak. Brian 155 

Bachmann. Amanda 145 

Bachmann. Amy 94, 145 

Badley. Jessica 145 

Badley. Ramona 167 

Baglione. Julie 145 

Bailey. Christopher 155 

Bailey. Michael 167, 184 

Bailey, Rashaun 109, 167 

Baioni, Kalherine 188, 189, 191 

Baisden. India 22 

Baisden, Kevin 145 

Baker, Emilie 86,89,91,92, 105. 155 

Bali, Crevantes 145 

Ballard, Leroy 145 

Balliday. Lequisha 94 

Ballinger, Megan 6, 15, 46, 55. 77, 102, 104. 125, 
167,210 

Balogh, Lauren 145 

Banach, David 182, 191 

Banc, Tom 5,37,59, 135 

Band, Concert 97 

Band, Jazz 89 

Band, (wlarching 90 

Bandy, Rafik 155 

Bandy, Rashaad 22 

Banks, Charmaine 22 

Banks, Kevin 22, 55, 59, 60 

Baranowski, Robert 145 

Barber. Terrance 155 

Barbish, Ethel 135 

Barcza. John 135 

Barkan, Malaika 145 

Barker, Brenda 133, 194 

Barker, Jennifer 7, 91 . 92. 167 

Barker, Wendy 77,81, 101, 167, 170,210 

Barnauskas, Michael 59, 68, 82, 145 

Baron, Gregory 167 

Baron, Stephen 155 

Barquinero. Christina 22. 109 

Barrett, Joyce 135 

Bartchak, Melissa 104, 167 

Battel, Richard 101, 167, 176, 182 

Bartlett, Candace 155 

Baniett, Cliff 22, 137 

Basalla, Anthony 71,72,76, 145 



Basalla, Lisa64, 65, 103, 104, 118, 167, 180,210 

Baseball 182 

Basketball, Boy's 70 

Basketball, Girl's 74 

Battiste Jr., Charles 145 

Battle, Karen 73, 116, 145 

Batz, Katana 94 

Baugh, Takara 167 

Bauza, Thomas 167 

Bayko, Gail 155 

Baylog, Kelly 13,84,85, 116. 125, 126, 128, 155, 
191 

Bear, Anna 94, 145 

Beasley, Andre 145 

Beasley. Clifford 96 

Beasley, Lakisha 155 

Beatty, Tameka 155 

Beaumont. Con 155 

Bechtel, Carol 132 

Beck, Lindsay 84, 85, 145, 152 

Beck, Natalie 10,50,84,85,104,119,157 

Bedford, Jessica 145 

Begovic, Mario 145 

Begovic, Mike 167 

Belanich, Michael 59, 67, 167 

Belanich, Rich 190 

Bell, Amanda 145 

Bell, Anthony 145 

Beil, Brandon 167 

Bell, Kristin 22, 112 

Bell, Shavon 22,73, 75 

Beil, Tawanda 155 

Benak. Jamie 77, 167 

Bender, Stan 37, 1 18, 135 

Bennett, Alexis 145 

Bennett. Sara 155 

Bennett. Sherita 145 

Benovic. John 145 

Bergolc, Daniel 191 

Berkheimer, Kristy 91, 93, 129. 155. 160 

Besley. Majida 22 

Besses. Truceilla 22 

Bibbs. Verea 73. 96. 145 

Biehl, Abigael 77, 89, 91. 97. 155 

Biehl, Christopher 76, 142, 167 

Big Bouquet Florist 216 

Big Show 188 

Biiavcic, Dalibor 145 

Billig. Justin 155 

Bitassa, Anthony 110 

Bitner, Monica 22, 81 

Bivens, Kelli 155 

Black, Allen 122, 123, 135 

Black, Dolores 135 

Black, Jonathan 167 

Black, Matthew 155, 183 

Black. Patrick 145 

Blackburn. Thomas 22 

Blatnik. Kathleen 77, 167 

Blazetic, Katharine 77, 155 

Blevins, Rachel 7, 154, 167 

Bluhm, William 22 

Began Jr., Dwayne 145 

Bojc. Phillip 63, 72, 145 

Bolden. Lucretia 155 

Booker. Akita 22 

Booker. Justin 145 

Boothe. Michael 59, 72, 109, 167 

Borchert. Rebecca 7, 23, 69, 81 , 1 1 7, 1 85 

Borcziak, Brian 145 

Borden. Tiffani 167 

Bonbong. Laura 155 

Bosher. Denny 11, 23, 182 

Bosher. Paul 145 

Boswell. Lashawn 92 

Bowman. Anthony 145 

Bowman. Steven 132.212 

Bowmaster, Holly 167 

Bowser. Jessica 23,49,94, 125. 194. 195 

Bowser. Viclona 83. 94. 145 

Boy's Tennis 187 

Boy's Basketball 70 

Boyd, Jennifer 145 

Boykin, Darnell 145 



Bozich, John 145 

Bradley, Ciarra 145 

Brady, Melissa 9, 67, 142, 167 

Braizes, Dawn 84 

Brantley, Dametrious 145 

Brantley, Derek 145 

Brantley, Donte 155 

Brazailis. Lakrii 155 

Brazis, Dawn 81, 155 

Brazytis, fvlichael 155 

Breeding, Melissa 83, 94, 98, 99, 145 

Brenizer, Maryellen 145 

Brenkus, Linda 135, 194 

Brewer, Cheryl 125, 155 

Brewer, Krislina 23, 101, 125 

Brichacek, Heidi 155 

Brichacek, Wendi 167 

Brinovec, Alexandra . 64, 94. 101, 118, 167, 170, 
210 

Britt, Gibran 167 

Bro, Has 72 

Broadbent. Gary 191 

Brochak, Shaun 23, 112 

Brooks, Chameka 23, 109 

Broughton Jr., Ronald 167 

Brown. Amani 145 

Brown, Edward 155 

Brown, Hassan 59 

Brown, Jeffrey 23 

Brown, Kimyashia 23 

Brown, Larry 23, 112 

Brown, Me Shawn 167 

Brown, Rayshun 156 

Brown, Rick 182 

Brown. Ronald 145 

Brown, Sharonda 145 

Brown II, Stephen 145 

Browski. Christina 102, 167 

Bruno, Michael 23 

Bryant, Norine 23, 111 

Bucar. Brandon 122, 123, 167 

Bucewicz. Alexandra 146 

Buchannon. William .... 23, 59, 80, 180, 184, 194, 
195 

Buchnan, Stephanie 146 

Buford. Alexis 156 

Bunton, Clifton 23, 111 

Burdette, Melissa 156 

Burke, Brooke 146 

Burke. John 112, 156 

Burns, Jessica 167 

Burr, Alisha 94. 104, 146 

Burrell, Christina 96, 99, 156 

Burrell, Christopher 23, 182 

Burton, Melissa 146 

Burton III, Emanuel 23, 51, 108 

Burya. Amy 89, 91, 156, 160 

Bush, Alan 194 

Bush, Joan 83 

Bush III, Frederick . 12. 23, 55. 56. 58, 59, 61, 72 

Butcher, Joann 185 

Butera, Robert 23, 134, 167 

Butler. Bobby 63, 146 

Butler, Priscilla 146 




eilings were painted 
in many classrooms. 



Cadovec, Regina 85 

Cahill, Jeffrey 49, 100, 182 

Cahill, Steven 146 

Calabrese, Kevin 156, 183 

Calhoun. Eugene 146 

Call. Kenneth 146 

Callaway. Veronica 167 




Calloway, Shanise 146 

Calvert, Heather 156 

Campensa, Stephen 146 

Canady, Ivy 146 

Cancasci, Valerie 91, 97, 146 

Candela, Caria 146 

Candow, Amanda 65, 146 

Candow, Nicole 156 

Candow. Slacy 146 

Cangemi, Thomas 167 

Capretta, Jennifer 23, 94 

Capretta, Timothy 61, 146 

Cardile, Christopher 167 

Cardile, Michael 156, 183 

Cargill, Chelsea 146 

Carleton, Amanda 194, 195 

Carlson, Chnslopher 13, 156 

Carmean, Sarah 24 

Carmichael, Katy 44, 101, 104, 118, 167, 210 

Carpenter, Aaron 156 

Carpenter, Patricia24, 82, 83, 100, 101, 138, 185, 
211 

Carr, Ashleigh 94, 97, 146 

Carr, Deanna 94, 146 

Carrigua, Lafir 73 

Cararth, Mike 1 10 

Carse, Kevin 59, 66, 67, 101, 117, 166, 158, 182, 
210 

Carstarphen, Cedrick 5,58, 167 

Carstarphen, Dedric 59 

Carter, Courtney 146 

Carter, Kenyatta 72, 146 

Case, Wendy 135 

Caslrovince. Anthony 101, 118, 168, 210 

Caves, Belicia 24, 54 

Cek, Nichole 65, 146 

Cerne, David 102, 103, 168, 182 

Champa, Heather 146 

Champion, Leroy 24, 54 

Chandler, Ronald 146 

Chapman, Jessica 64, 156 

Chatman, Shaun 146 

Cheerleaders 84 

Cherne, Leah13, 14, 50, 84, 85, 86, 95, 101, 124, 
125, 168 

Cherne, Zachary 24, 49, 194, 195 

Chielo, Ne'Quinne 24 

Chike, Brian 156, 182 

Chillious, Crystal 146 

Choral Masters 94 

Chorale, Varsity 95 

Choraliers 94 

Chrestoff, Devin 146 

Christopher, Angela 135 

Christopher, Michael 108, 168 

Chrzanowski, Joseph 146 

Church, Nichelie 81, 168, 185 

Cicco, Dawn 90, 91, 97, 146 

Cicco, Jennifer 4, 18, 24, 49, 86, 89, 91, 97, 137. 
191, 194, 195 

Cindric, Peter 146 

Ciora, Jonathan 146 

Cipo, Steven 168 

Cipriano, Angela 125, 146 

Cirino, Robert 165 

Ciuprinskas, Jason 146 

Clapacs, John 132 

Clark, Christa 156 

Clark, Erik 156 

Clark, James 112, 146 

Clark, Kristin 104, 105, 129, 156 

Clark, Shannon 24, 49, 86, 91, 92, 194, 195 

Clark, Tiffany 24 

Clarke, Patrick 168 

Clay, Andrea 146 

Clay, Michael 146 

Clay, Shawntee 96, 156, 187 

Clinic Aides 107 

Clinkscales, Maria 100 

Closing 212 

Clove, Erin 59 

Clovenbach, William 156 

Club. Cultural 119 

Club, Key 126 

Club, Poetry 127 

Club, Ski 102 

Cocherell, Brian 90, 91, 97, 168 

Cochran, Reginald 156 

Coe, Ayesha 168 

Coe Jr., Phillip 24 

Cofield, Bridgette 24, 49, 185 

Cogley, Amber 9, 24, 64, 65 

Cogley, Gabriel 116, 168 

Colantonio, Joseph 24 

Colantonio, Nicholas 168 

Colbert, Charmayne 146 

Cole, Jamie 24, 111, 194, 195 




Index 



Coleman Jr., Anthony 156 

Colini, Janelle 77, 98, 168, 21 1 

Collier, Chandra 168 

Collins, Katie 94, 101, 168 

Collins, Kelly 120. 121, 125, 129, 146 

Collins, Sierra 146 

Colon, Jose 146 

Colvin, Maryann 146 

Comer, April 24 

Comer, Jamie 81, 168 

Commencement 193 

Conchan, Adrienne 94 

Connelly, Carolyn 156 

Connelly, Frances 24 

Conyers, Bryan 24, 114 

Cook, Cynthia 168 

Cook, Joan 120, 121, 127, 138 

Cook, Johanna 146 

Cook. Nicole 146 

Cook Jr., Warner 146 

Cooks, Joi 168 

Cooper, William 24 

Cooperative Business Education 109 

Copenhaver, John 135 

Copic, Elizabeth 91,94, 103,117, 168 

Copic. John 5, 170, 207 

Corcoran, Margaret 10,24.84. 98. Ill 

Corpening, Monica 168 

Corps, Flag 92 

Cortes, Lillian 146 

Cosiano, Nina 156 

Cothran, James 59 

Cottrell. Melissa 146 

Council. Student 124 

Country, Cross 68 

Courtney, Maureen 94, 146 

Cousett, Aleeka 146 

Cousette. Deshawn 24,54, 109 

Cox, Benjamin 146 

Cozart, Steven 102, 156 

Crane III, Wesley 56,76,87, 116, 142, 168 

Cranfield, Larry 146 

Cranow, Nicole 94 

Cravener. Stacy M 135 

Creer, Michael 5,56,58,59,61, 111 

Crismor, Rebecca 25, 109, 194. 195 

Crisp. Jessica 156 

Crisp. Tara 81 

Cultural Club 119 

Cummings, Jamal 72. 146 

Cummings. Shaun 25, 111, 124 

Cunningham, Ada 91. 97, 152. 168 

Cunningham Jr., Paul 146 

Curtis. Elizabeth 168 

Curtis. Tynnyshia 25 

Cvetkovic. Frank 156 

Cvetovac. Alan 25 

Cvetovac. Tatiana 156 

^^^ ress-up for Hallow- 
rj^PJ een was enjoyed by 
many students. 

D' Apice. Jamie 156 

D'Amico Jr.. David 67, 168 

D.C.T 112 

Daly, Kelly 168 

Dana, Pandora 25, 55 

Dancy, Season 156 

Daniels, Jen/ase 168 

Dattilo, Richard 25 

Daugherty. Doc 37, 72. 194 

Davies, James 25,49,90,91,97, 194. 196 

Davies, Jennifer ... 86,91,97, 103, 105, 152. 156 

Davis, Ariana 156 

Davis, Cara 156 

Davis, Darnell 25 

Davis. David 146 

Davis. Derrell 156 

Davis. James 72, 94, 146 

Davis, Jen 94 

Davis, John 72. 147 

Davis. Johnathan 25, 49, 54, 67 

Davis, Keyasha 73, 96, 147 

Davis, La Shona 147 

Davis, Lowell B 132 

Davis, Lynn 133 

Davis, Matt 41 

Davis. Michael 147 

Davis. Natasha 147 

Davis, Sarina 156 

Davis, Tayonna 25, 94, 96 

Dawkins, Cherise 168 

Dawson, Latoya 147 

Dawson Jr., Steven 59, 108 

Day, Timothy 89, 91 , 97, 168 

De Julius, Angela 156 

De Loach. Gabriel 147 

De Loach. Michelle 168 

De Luca, Franklin 89, 168 

De Ramus, Krishauna 168 




De Wine. Carol 132 

De Wine. Jean 89. 91. 95, 97. 115, 156. 211 

De Wine, Matthew 25, 76, 208 

Deal. Sarah 168 

Deas. Derek 72. 156 

Delaney. Erinn 109 

Delwitt. Lavonna 185 

Dennis. Ericka .. 25. 49. 54. 91. 92. 96. 154. 194. 
196 

Dennis, Jonathan 25 

Dennis, Michael 168 

Dennis-Rogers, Susan 37, 135, 194 

Dent, Regan 25 

Dent, Zemearia 168 

Deramus. Shaun 185 

Desselles. Alexis 147 

Devor Jr.. Richard 60, 147 

Di Biase, Stephanie 191 

Di Lalla, Charles 76. 82, 147 

DiLalla, Patrick 25.49,76.82. 127. 187 

Dick, Melissa 25 

Dickinson, Sharonda 156 

Dindia, Molly 168 

Disbrow, Dennis 68, 79, 102, 168 

Diversified Cooperative Training 112 

Divider, Academics 130 

Divider. Activities 86 

Divider, Memories 180 

Divider, Senior 18 

Divider, Sports 56 

Divider, Underclass 142 

Dixon, David 147 

Dixon, Dennard 147 

Dixon, Kim 37, 135 

Dixon, Rachel 13, 98, 99, 156 

DIugos, Sean 25, 108 

Dobucki, Katherine 101. 168 

Doehring, Patrick 187 

Dominick, Jodi 188,189 

Dominick, Michael 168 

Dominique. Kristyol 156 

Donner, Kristin 156 

Dore, Katherine 73, 147 

Dore. Nate 95, 121, 160 

Dore, Nathaniel 120, 125, 156 

Domes, Nicholas 147 

Dorsey, Tanya 94, 147 

Dorsey Jr.. Richard 147 

Dostal. Christopher 168 

Dotson. Richard 25, 55, 76, 125, 102 

Douglas, Holly 15.77.81.168,185 

Douglas, Quinta 168, 186 

Dowd, Rashida 25 

Dowell, Rita 168 

Doyle, Jessica 26,49,54 

Doyle, Mike 182 

Drake, Tamika 64, 65, 74, 89, 154, 156, 187 

DuBroy, Terry 37, 135 

Duckworth, Autumn 96, 168 

Duer, Emily 77, 79, 156 

Duer, James 26, 49,79, 112 

Duheri, Zineta 26 

Duheric, Almir 168 

Dukes, Diana 89, 168 

Duncan, Shaneika 147 

Durbin, Michael 135 

Durr, Darrius .... 26, 41, 49. 52, 54, 101. 118, 125 

Durrah, Rashand 26 

Dworning, April 26, 86,91, 92, 154 

Dworning, Frederick 15, 102, 117. 156 

Dwyer, Bill 133, 194 

Dybzinski, Adam 156 

Dzerowicz, Alex 134, 135 

1 xtracurrucular 
activities were 
almost eliminated 




J because of levy loss. 



Eanes, Adonte 156 

Earick, Jonathan 156 

Eariey, Chris 110 

Easlick, Nicole 169 

Easter, Janelle 168, 185 

Echols, Kelly 191 

Echols, Reggie 37, 135 

Echols, Richard 168 

Echon, Michael 26 

Eddy, Christopher 26 

Edmonds. Andrew 9, 26, 40, 49, 56, 63, 187 

Edmonds. David 59, 80, 169 

Edmonds, Leah 169 

Edmonds Jr., Ronnie 108 

Edmondson, Saif 26 

Edwards, Venisha 157 

Edwardsen, Joel 108, 169 

Egleton, Monique 169 

Elding, Crissy 92 

Elding, Keri 26 

Eiding, Rachel 91, 92, 157 

Ekuibe, Chinyere 147 

Elie, Dion 80, 147 



Elliot Jr., Cecil 80, 157 

Ellis, Leah 26 

Ellis, Yelonda 26 

Ellison, Stacia 73, 147 

Elmore, Jessica 26, 194, 196 

Elmore. Yvette 135 

Elston. Charlotte 135. 212 

Emans. Chris 110 

Emser. Jennifer .. 89. 91. 97. 103. 128. 169. 180, 
191 

Enforcement, Law 110 

Englebrecht, Geoffrey 91, 97, 157 

Ervin, Christina 147 

Eslick, Nicole 81, 185 

Estes, Kenneth 157 

Eubanks, Marcus 67, 147 

Euclidian 113 

Eucuyo 119 

Evangelisti. Kimberiy 135 

Evans. Brian 157 

Evans. Jeffrey 91, 97, 134, 169, 182 

Evans, Kentesha 157 

Evans, Kevin 191 

Evans, Petrice 73, 96, 169 

Ewing, Christina 86.91, 103, 147, 154 



ootball team had 
another excellent 
season. 



F.T.A 107 

Fall Play 120 

Farmacci, Anthony 157, 182 

Parkas. Ryan 89, 91. 97, 101. 169 

Farley, Cara 157 

Farrell, Edward 99, 157 

Fattori, Lindsay 157 

Fee, Colleen 26, 83, 194, 196 

Feijoo. Louis 76, 147 

Feldkamp. Thomas 50, 122, 123, 169 

Felker, Dawn 81 

Fell. John P 132 

Fende, Christopher 147 

Feriito. Ken 94, 135. 188, 194 

Fernatt. James 26. 116 

Festini. Nicole 65 

Fetheroff Jr.. Michael 147 

Ficere. Amanda 169 

Ficere. Amie 85. 102 

Ficere. Jessica 147 

Fine. Bethany 4. 86. 91, 92, 94, 154, 157 

Fine, Michelle 15, 84, 85, 94. 104. 120. 152 

Finegan. Patrick 102 

Fiorelli. Antonina ... 4. 18. 26, 49, 54, 91, 97, 191, 
194, 196 

Fish, Kimberiy 37, 135 

Fisher, Antoine 1 1 , 1 2, 1 3, 1 4, 26, 56, 58, 59, 71 , 

72, 184 

Fitzgerald, Ciaran 147 





..rf I 

Kalicia M. Williams 

Dear Ka Ka. 

I am very proud of you. Congratu- 

lation.s!! You made it. Welcome to 

adulthood. Good Luck. 

Lo\'e va. Mom 



Fitzpatriok, Daniel 26, 63, 102, 103, 181, 182, 

194, 196 

Flag Corps 92 

Flake, Che 27 

Flake, Jama! 147 

Fiamert, Gale 135 

Flannoy, Kenneth 157 

Florklewicz, T. J 59, 182, 183 

Floyd, Aisha 96, 147 

Floyd, Sheereeda 96. 163, 185 

Flynt, Erin.... 27,49,54,55,77,81,98, 122. 123. 
125, 194, 196 

Flynt, Kevin 132 

Flynt, Matthew 63, 157 

Fofanah, Monique 27. 111 

Fogarty, Tim 182 

Fonovic, Danny 76, 157 

Foots, Marilyn 130, 132, 194 

Fording, IVIark 182 

Forgus, Angela 157 

Fortson, Dwayne 147 

Fortunato. Michael 157, 183 

Foster, La Monte 184 

Foster, Leonna 112, 157 

Foster, Rob 89 

Fouche, De Laurence 45, 191 

Fountain, Sen-Wai 147 

Fowler, Jane 136 

Fox, Audree 133, 194 

Fox, Stephanie 27,64, 111 

Francetic, Dan 135 

Franklin III, Milton 27 

Frazier, Edward 135 

Frederick, Mark 27 

Frederick, Scott 157 

Freeh, Emily 27, 52. 54. 137 

Freeman. Erik 99, 157 

Freeman, Tyria 27 

Fresenko, Adria 157 

Freshmen 144 

Frierson, De Auna 27, 54 

Fuduric. John 27, 100. 182 

Fuller, Donna 27. 81. 96 

Fuller, Felicia 96. 157 

Fuller, Marquita 136 

Fuller, Melanie 101, 137, 169 

Fuller, Raychaun 27 

Fulton, Christine 27, 114, 125 

Fulton, David 67, 169 

Futkos, Lisa 157 



^_^_^ id's basketball had an 
(p^ excellent season. 



G.R.A.D.S 112 

Gabhel, Octavia 147 

Gady, Erin 7. 69 





^ ,, Vicki Williams 

Dear Vic. 

These last 1 3 years have been hard 

for you (and me), but you've made it 

to be a beautiful and intelligent young 

woman. Now it is lime for you to 

continue you're life and make it even 

better than it already is. 

Love always. Mom. Dad, Kim. Amp. 

Tish. Jr. Ericka. Family and Friends. 

P. S. Remember, whatever you put 

your mind to. you can accomplish. 



Gage, James 157 

Gaglione, Gina 64, 119, 138, 157 

Gaglioni, Gina 187 

Galali, Charles 27 

Galati, Mathew 147 

Gallager, Janice 132 

Gallman, Vanessa 27, 101, 111, 194, 195 

Gallon, Vincent 157 

Gamero, Christina 127, 147 

Ganser, Jarod 27, 53, 1 12 

Gant, Latianna 147 

Gardner, Tonya 27, 112 

Garlock, Matthew 169 

Garrett, Shaquita 147 

Garski, Matthew 82 

Gates, Barbara 136 

Gates Jr., Michael 159 

Gatson, Lloyd 27 

Gaughan, Ricci 111, 169 

Gavin, Kelly 27, 49, 54, 84, 85 

Gecewich, Brian 63 

Gecewich, Christine 21, 27, 91, 93 

Gecewich, Richard 99, 157 

Gelo, Ivan 157 

Gentile, Erica 28, 125 

George, Darryl 147 

George, Shawn 157 

Giancola, Daniel 89. 147 

Giancola, Dave 91 

Gibbons, Elizabeth ... 21 , 28, 41 , 49, 52, 54, 1 94, 
196 

Gibbons, John 136 

Gibbons, Tom 59, 80, 194 

Gilbert. David 94, 157 

Gillessen, Matthew 67, 99, 169 

Gillette, Paul 147 

Gilliam. Chacity 28. 96 

Gipson. Cherran 157 

Girl's Basketball 74 

Glalz. Shannon 7, 86, 91, 92, 105, 129, 169 

Glavan, Richard 59, 169, 182 

Glenn. Kandasha 96, 157, 185 

Glick. Jay 157 

Glicken. Brian 157 

Glicken. Shaun 169 

Glicker. Laura 169 

Glowacki, Paul 184 

Gnandt. Karen 19, 28, 49, 54 

Gniatic. Rovena 28 

Godec. Rebecca .... 11, 28, 64, 65, 186, 194, 197 

Goerndt, Timothy 28,49.54, 182. 194, 197 

Goff, Robert 157 

Goidizen. Nicholas 147 

Golf 63 

Gonzalez. Michael 157 

Gooden. Chnstopher 28, 59, 72 

Gooding, Bill 133, 194 

Goodman. Stephanie 91. 136 

Goodson. Sal 147 

Goodwin, Antoine 96. 157 

Goodwin. Donte 28. 49. 127 

Gordon, Sondra 169 

Gorman, Michael 147 

Gorse, Matthew 105, 157 

Gorter. Angela 147 

Gorter, Elizabeth 147 

Goulde, Dorian 59,70,72, 169, 181, 184 

Grabianowski, Jennifer 28, 49, 101, 120, 121, 

190, 194, 197 

Grad, Christopher 147 

Grady, Jon 147 

Graham, Kevin 55, 79 

Grande, Danielle 28,49,54, 109 

Granite, Joseph 59, 60, 72, 123, 157, 184 

Grant, Brian 28 

Grant, Erica 96, 157 

Graves, Alicia 147 

Graves, Brandon 157 

Graves, Kevin 169 

Graves, Teddie 157 

Graves. Tennille 157 

Graves, Tyrone 147 

Gravitte, Kenneth 169, 182 

Gray, William 136,194 

Gray III, Edward 169 

Grays, Robert 183 

Grazi, Joe 110 

Green, Christian 96, 169 

Green, De Arlen .' 89 

Green, Joy 157 

Greene, Keldur 136 

Greene, Michael 147 

Gregory, Patricia 169 

Greskowiak, Jamie 186 

Grgincic, Donna 147 

Grgincic, Josip 157 

Grice, Brian 169 

Grida, Angela 28, 44, 49, 54, 98, 194, 197 

Griffin, Amey 62,86,91,97, 105, 157 

Grinstead, James 28, 40, 54, 182 

Gnsez, Kevin 9, 63, 169, 182 

Grisez, Patrick 11, 28, 49, 54, 111, 182, 194, 197 
Gross, Adam 157 




Groudle. Adrians 169 

Grubach. Alexis 185 

Grubach, Mary 147 

Grubach, Michael 157 

Grundman, Laurel 125, 169 

Grushcow, Bea 94. 136, 188 

Gudaitis. Jonathan 68,91, 97, 111, 169 

Guilamo. Tzeitel 147 

Gundic. Allison 83. 147 

Gutbrod. Pat 102 

Gutbrod, Patrick 102, 169 

Guzauskas, Martin 82, 83 

Gydosh, James 147 

Gymnastics 81 



omecoming was the 
last all school dance. 



Haddon, Zakina 147 

Hairston, Clifton 148 

Hairston, Maurice 28 

Hale, Jacqueline 169 

Hall, Anthony 158 

Hall, Barbara 158 

Hall, Creeoni 169 

Hall, Hanisha Ill 

Hall, Khabeah 169 

Hall, Maria 94, 148 

Hall. Shiaya 73, 148 

Hall. Tamilia 112 

Hall. Tanisha 73, 148 

Hall, Tenisha 148 

Hall. Tiffany 73, 148 

Haller, Edward 28 

Halloween 116 

Halstead, Benjamin 108, 169 

Hamelin, La'Wanda 158 

Hamelin. Lamonte 72, 148 

Hammond, John 110 

Hammond, Josh 183 

Hammond, Joshua 28, 182 

Hance. David 169 

Handford. Michelle 158 

Haneline. Timothy 158 

Hanson. Karen.... 62.91.93, 101, 118, 142, 169, 
181. 186 

Hanson. Kelly 91, 97, 103, 105. 148 

Hardy, Dante 158 

Harrell. Chnstopher 56, 72, 148 

Harrington, Eabonie 96, 169 

Harris. Amanda 28 

Harris. Delanoe 108 

Harris. Desiree 28 

Harns. Destiny 29, 125, 185 

Harris, Dominic 169 

Harris. Flint 148 

Harns. Mark 148 

Harns. Melonie 148 

Harns. Square 158 

Harris. Squlena 158 

Harris. Sue 133 

Harris. Tiffany 29. 112 

Harris III. Morgan 148 

Harris Jr.. Terry 29 

Harrison. Clifton 72 

Harrison. Fudail 80. 158 

Harrison. Terence 148 

Hartley, Thomas 99. 169 

Hartmann. Jeff 36, 37, 136 

Hartson. Michael 99, 169 

Han/ille, Amin 59, 61. 80. 169 

Hasberry. Stephan 54 

Hasberry. Stephany 29. 49. 194. 197 

Hatcher. Christina 64, 72. 169 

Hatcher, Craig 29, 108 

Hausen, Jennifer 2, 29. 53 

Hawkins, Enisha 73, 74 

Hawkins, Kerry 148 

Hayes, Jacqueline 13, 158 

Haynes, Deaidre 148 

Headd II, Gerald 169. 182 

Heath, Andrew 80, 148 

Heath, Latisha 96. 148 

Heaton, Michaelynn 91. 97. 148 

Heffner, Christopher 158 

Hefler IV, Joseph 169 

Hein, Timothy 158 

Heising, Daniel 148 

Heising, Michelle 10, 50. 84, 85, 98, 142. 173 

Heiss, Craig 29 

Helcberger. Arek 72, 158 

Henderson, Brandon 55, 72, 173 

Henderson, Brian 148 

Henderson, Chad 91,97, 158 

Henderson III, Arthur 148 

Hendrickson. Jessica 95, 106, 120. 121. 173 

Hendnckson. Kevin 29 

Heppner. Cara 29 

Hsramb. Rob 19, 37, 76, 136, 187, 194 

Hsramb, Ryan .. 29,41,52,55,59,76, 100, 142, 



187, 194. 197 

Hernandez, Juan 29,53, 102. 115 

Hernandez. Matthew 148 

Herndon. Givonns 148 

Herod, Isaiah 148 

Herrick, Almeda 108 

Herzberg, Erin 103, 158 

Hess, Lindsay 158 

Heuer, Carolyn 136,194 

Heuer, Thomas .... 29, 78, 79, 182, 183, 194, 197 

Hewett, Leslie Ill 

Hickman, Shanda 148 

Hicks, Jaonza 96, 158 

Hicks, Leslie 116, 173 

Hicks. Tracey 173 

Hicks Jr.. Wilbur 173 

Higginbolhan. Daniel 148 

Higgins. Dionna 158, 185 

Higgins. Michael 29 

Higham. Doug 67 

Highland, Kourtney 19, 29, 98, 210 

Hight, Julia 158 

Hilbish, Jeremy 110 

Hill, Berry 29 

Hill, Deandre 29 

Hill, Duval 173 

Hill, Leslie 173 

Hill, Melvin 158, 184 

Hill, Nekima 72, 81, 158 

Hill, Rene 158 

Hill III, Berry 111 

Hillsman, Monroe 184 

Hilton, Andrew 29 

Hirata, Wakako 29, 104 

Hiscott, Matt 97 

Hiscott, Matthew 6, 91, 158 

Hising, Michelle 86 

Hoak, Shondra 185 

Hockey 78 

Hodder, Jo Ann 130, 133, 136, 212 

Hodge, Sean 99, 173 

Hogan, Marteenia 148 

Hoinski, Jonathan ... 95. 101. 117. 120,121, 166, 
171, 173, 188, 189 

Holbsrt. Sonya 158 

Holiness, Angenette 29 

Hollingsworth. Dale , 77, 136, 138 

Holmes, Jarrod 158 

Holmes, Lemuel 148 

Holness. Shaun 20, 29, 54, 90, 97, 101 

Holt. Randishia 148 

Holt. Shayla 158 

Holtz. Chnstopher 30 

Holtz. Edward 67, 158 

Homecoming 12 

Homovec, Dick 77, 79, 136 

Hooks, Shayla 30 

Horton, Steven 30 

Horvath, Thomas 148 

Hottenroth, Dustie 148 

Howard, Aisha 120, 121. 148, 158, 171 

Howard, Candace 94, 148 

Howard, Leon 158 

Howard, Romero 30, 109 

Howard. Russell 96, 158 

Howard. Shawn , 173 

Howard. Shermel 111, 173 

Howell. Amy 30, 109 

Howell, Chris 2 

Howell. Lisa 100. 136 

Howell. Terry 148 

Howse. Beverly 37. 136 

Hrovat. Allison ..,. 8,30,49,54,62,98, 101, 118, 
129, 194. 197 

Huenefeld. Jessica 158 

Huey. Lanetta 173 

Huffman. Jamie 84, 85, 148 

Huffman. Jennifer 73. 148 

Hufnagle. Sara 107, 148 

Hughes, Stephanie 94, 106, 125, 138, 187 

Humar. April 158 

Humphrey Jr.. Kenneth 30 

Hunter. Crisandra 148 

Hunter. Danielle 148 

Hunter. Eugene 30 

Hunter, Jason 158 

Hurt, Tiffany 30, 49, 109 

Hutchins. Diane 96, 158 

Hutchinson II, Jonathan 72, 148 

Hutson. Azizi 30, 73 

Hutton, Emily 148 

Hutton, Kimberly 30, 50. 109 

Hyle, Joshua 148 



Index 





merest in high school 
students taking college 
courses increased due 
to levy failure. 

lalelice. Kristin 73, 148 

Ho, Ian 72 

Indiano, Angela 77, 85, 159, 187 

Ingram, Denise 96, 158, 185 

Ingram, Shmere 30, 54, 1 12 

losue. Diane 136 

Irvin, Candlce 81, 159 

Irvin. Geoffrey 148 

Issacs, Larry 136. 194 

It's Academic 127 

Ivancic, Sfiannon 64, 65. 101. 118. 173 

Ivey, Mercedes 96, 148 

Ivey, Tiffany 30, 96 

Ivory, Darice 30 



uniors had only one 
more year to go. 




ey Club tries to 
maintain a positive 
influence in school. 



Jablonski, Frank 37 

Jackson, Anton 158 

Jackson, Armand 158 

Jackson, Bethany 111, 173 

Jackson, Brian 173 

Jackson, Ctiristina 110 

Jackson, Latasfiia 148 

Jackson, fVIaurice 173 

Jackson, Monica 148 

Jackson, Nicole 30,91.92 

Jakse, Margaret 30. 77 

Jalovec, Jodi 158 

Jamerson, Crystal 14,95.96, 117, 125. 166. 171, 
173 

James, Erika 2, 111, 173 

Janosik, James .... 30, 50. 54, 122, 123, 194, 198 

Jazz Band 89 

Jelenic, Jean 37. Ill, 136 

Jenkins, Kimberty 30 

Jenkins, Melissa 148 

Jenkins. Mikia 30. 50, 54, 194, 198 

Jenko. David 173 

Jeric. Kerry 64. 158. 187 

Jemigan. Ebony 173 

Jerousek, Garrett 30 

Jobs 1 14 

Jochum, Michael 31 

Johns, Tomeka 185 

Johnson, Cedric 31 

Johnson. David 31. 41. 55, 59, 67 

Johnson, Desmond 94, 95, 96, 148 

Johnson, Ericka 158 

Johnson, Gabrielle 96. 158 

Johnson, Gregory 45 

Johnson, Jennifer 158 

Johnson, Johnny 31,55,59,61 

Johnson, Jonathan 45 

Johnson, Kathleen 136, 137 

Johnson. Kimberly 31 

Johnson, Matrika21. 31. 41 , 50. 85, 97, 104, 185, 
194, 198 

Johnson, Pauline 136 

Johnson, Riki 31 

Johnson, Scott 72 

Johnson, Terren 148 

Jolly, Michael 31, 182 

Jolly, Reco 59, 158 

Jones, Althea 56,69,81, 158, 185 

Jones, Amber 148 

Jones. Christian 158 

Jones. Ebony 148 

Jones, Lawrence 108, 173 

Jones, Malia 173 

Jones, Rasheme 158 

Jones, Shikira 158 

Jones, Stacy 159 

Jones, Stephanie 148 

Jones. Tamea 173 

Jones, Tino 59, 72 

Jones Jr., Redon 158 

Jordan, Chanell 159 

Jordan, Sharonda 159 

Jordan, Tiffany 31 , 170 

Joyce, Shawn 89, 91 , 97. 159 

Juniors 166 




lnde,\ 



K.O.T.B 106 

Kaba. Maima 159 

Kallhof, Jessica 73, 148 

Kallhof, Natalie 148 

Kaminski, Phillip 31, 94 

Kane, Amanda ... 91,97, 103, 104, 105, 116,159 

Kane, Brian 159 

Kane, Sean 173 

Kane, Spencer 133, 194 

Kapeluch, Jennifer 84,85, 149, 152 

Karpy, Theodore 159 

Karsokas, Matthew 159 

Kascak, Holly 65, 149, 152 

Kascak. Kristen 31. 100, 101, 138, 186 

Kass, Dave 89 

Katona, Joyce 136 

Kaucic, Jamie 173 

Kay, Gilla 97 

Kazar, Stephanie 31 , 94, 194. 198 

Kazen. Bill 67, 136 

Keener, Chartene 149 

Kehn. Dennis 136 

Keith. Jamal 149 

Keller. Margaret 159 

Keller. Melissa 46, 54 

Keller. Sarah 14. 18, 31. 50, 54, 94. 95 

Kelley. Gregory 31 

Kelley. Jim 37, 136, 194 

Kelly, Brian 149 

Kelly, Gabrielle 96, 104, 159 

Kelly, Nicholas 149 

Kenner, Ashley 96, 149 

Kenner, Tyrone 31 

Kenny, Sarah 77, 94, 173 

Kerestesy, Daniel 11,31 

Key Club 126 

Kharin, llya 149 

Kilkenney, David 76, 82, 91, 97, 154, 159 

Kilkenney, Erin 11,31,56,69, 185 

Kilroy, John Paul 67, 159 

King, Andre 149 

King, David 4. 76, 80. 95, 127, 149 

King, Manvielle 149 

King, Sarah Ill 

King, Susan 2, 7, 77, 94, 101, 118, 125, 138, 170, 
173 

Kinsella, Stacy 149 

Kitchen, Deanna 159 

Kizer, Ebony 169 

KIco, Aaron 159 

Klein. Ellen 37, 106, 109, 136 

Kletecka, Jay 182 

Klocker, Carrie 180 

Knaus, Nichole 45 

Knauss, Kirsten .... 62. 83. 89. 95. 120. 121. 159. 
160 

Knauss, Marsha 136, 194 

Knistautas, Michelle 102, 117, 173 

Knowles. Jacqueline 149 

Knuth. Robert 132, 133, 191, 194 

Kocevar, Anita 173 

Koczur, Heather 103, 136, 194 

Koenig, Ingrid 37, 119, 136 

Koerber, Samantha 89, 173 

Koeth, Curtis 31 

Kolar, Katie 5. 77, 173 

Kolenc, Nicole 94. 103. 159 

Koller. Jennifer 159. 170 

Konchan. Matthew 108. 173 

Kontra, Kelly 4, 31, 50, 54, 125, 194, 198 

Kontra, Nadine 94. 159 

Kontra, Terry 15,31,98, 125, 182 

Koons, Matthew 32. 194, 198 

Kope, Frederick 32, 115 

Kosovich, Jennifer 89, 91, 93, 107, 128, 159 

Kosovich, Kimberiy 9, 32, 86, 89, 91, 93, 95, 107, 
128 

Kovacevich, Christina 32, 50, 54, 64, 65, 112, 

186, 194, 198 

Kovit, Jacob 32 

Kozlowski, Karen 136 

Kramer, Barbara E 132 

Krause, Samantha 149 

Kreischer, Michael 32 

Krimmel, Jill 139 

Krivacic, Melissa 89, 149 

Krsak, James 173 

Krutsch, Matthew 79, 102, 134, 173 

Kuery, Gannon 32 

Kuhen, Laurel 94, 159 

Kuklica, Jenna . 95, 101, 119, 120. 121, 171, 173 

Kulcsar, Michael 32, 44 

Kumel, Allyson 9. 64, 159 

Kumel, Michelle 32. 54, 194, 198 

Kunsman, Kathryn 32, 50, 101, 107Kurlander, 

Lisa 37, 103, 139 



Kushman, Bradley 63, 149 

Kyle, Gerald 110 

Kyle, Rashawn 72 



evy defeated for the 
third and fourth time 
during the school year. 






La Bounty. Brian 149 

La Bounty, Carly 159 

La Fountain, Harry 173 

La Fountaine, Amber 159 

La Riccia, Denise 32 

La Riccia, Jessica 149 

La Shore, Ronetta 32, 1 1 1 

La Shore, Syeta 149 

Lacey, Ashante 173 

Lach, Wallace 173 

Lampley, Kimberiy 159 

Lane, De Anna 149 

Lanese, Richard 149 

Lang, Ryan 159 

Langdon, Paula 139 

Langford, Crystal 159 

Langford, Lisa 139. 194 

Langsdale. Dyana 149 

Lapp. Todd 193 

Lardomita. Jack 59 

Larkin Jr , Bobby 173 

Larsen, Steve 91 

Lassiter, Dontell 149 

Lassiter, Robert 149 

Latsch, Renee 32 

Laumadue, Arie 186 

Laurich, (Matthew 59, 60, 159 

Launch, Michele 72, 173, 186 

Laurich. Taryn 173, 186 

Lavender, Danielle 149 

Law Enforcement 110 

Lawrence, Barry 32, 181, 187 

Lawrence, Jamel 180, 184 

Lawrence, Michael.... 89. 95, 116, 118, 119, 120, 
121, 127,159, 160,211 

Lawrence, Tamika 149 

Lawshea, Naqueta 32 

Laznik, Kevin 149 

Leben, Brian 108, 173 

Ledford, Leah 109 

Lee, James 32 

Lemieux, Karen .. 14, 32, 50, 54, 85, 91, 97, 101, 
102, 104, 191 

Lennon, Brian 76, 91, 97, 173 

Lennon, Sean 90, 91, 97. 105, 149 

Leppelmeier, Eric 149 

Lesefky, Stacy 186 

Lesko, Brandy 94, 159 

Lewand, Rachel 83, 149 

Lewis, Deshaun 108, 173 

Lewis, Don 182 

Lewis, Kelly 112, 149 

Lewis, Laquonta 94, 173 

Lewis, Niesia 159 

Lewis, Shannon 149 

Lewis, Tim 182 

Lewis II, Loversier 45 

Li, Chen 173 

Life. Student 6 

Lin. Brandon 72 

Linderman, Joan 212 

Lindic, Lou 50, 118 

Lindic, Louis 32, 44, 52, 194 

Lingsdale, Diane 112 

Linton. Brandon 159 

Linton, Jason 108, 173 

Lipiec, Megan 81,86,89,91, 101, 174 

Lipiec, Sarah 90. 91, 97, 149 

Little, Valentene 159 

Litwinowicz, Christopher 99 

Lo Conti, Dennis 159 

Locich, David 108 

Lockers 128 

Lockett, Chanel 101, 124, 125, 174 

Locust, Jessica 74, 95, 96, 159, 185 

Locust, Walter 174 

Long, Corneal 149 

Long, Ryan 183 

Long, Tim 182 

Longo, Melissa 62, 96. 159, 185 

Longshaw, Candace 95, 159, 185 

Look, Sara 159 

Lorber, Adrienne 174 

Loveless, Jason 174 

Lowe, Ken 37 

Lucas, Kimberiy 159 

Lucas, Margaret 139, 194 

Lucas. Mark 59. 159. 183 

Lucas. Robert 149 

Lucas, Suzanne 73. 75. 77. 142. 174, 186 

Ludvik, Andy 32. 112 

Ludvik, Donny 159 

Luksich. J Damon 174 



Lunka, Debra 139 

Lyie, Rashawn 149 

Lynard, Michael 149 

Lynch, Katie 159 



en's swim team 
couldn't win the 
conference. 



Ll^ 



Macklin, Jolena 174 

Maddox. Cris 15,174 

Maddox. Terrance 32, 80 

Madorsky, Christopher 159 

Madry. Victor 159 

Majer, Dana 103. 110. 159 

Majorettes 93 

Maksymowicz. David 149 

Malenda. Derik 102, 127. 138, 161 

Malik, Shruti 118, 125. 130, 138, 149 

Malnar, Nicholas 63, 161 

Malone. Keita 33 

Maloney. Ryan 33, 102 

Manburg, Marc 37,139 

Mance, Deanna 161 

Mance. Michael 149 

Marching Band 90 

Marcu. Steve 37, 72, 139, 186. 194 

Marcus, Eddie 118 

Marek, Ryan 149 

Marketing Education Ill 

Markuz, Edward 174 

Mama. Meggie 97 

Maroli, Diane 37, 187, 194 

Marsh, Kathleen 139 

Marshall, Nicole 149 

Martin, Cynthia 161 

Martin. Keith 174 

Martin, Quiana 33 

Martjnenas. Andrea 161 

Martoreilo, Tracy 33. 50. 54, 77. 117 

Marusic, Mario 76, 174 

Mash, Joseph 161 

Mason. Orlando 80. 139 

Masseria, Barbara 37, 139 

Mastalski. Frank 76, 174 

Mastalski, Lindsey 64, 161 

Masters. Choral 94 

Matches, Taro 73 

Matthews, Jason 161 

Matthews. Terrence 149 

Maurer. Michael 149 

May, Jason 33,40, 182 

Mayle, Chns 89, 94, 97, 105 

Mayle. Chnstopher 6, 82, 91, 95, 174 

Mc Arthur, David 149 

Mc Carthy. Anthony 67. 174 

Mc Clam, Allison 18, 33. 40. 50, 54, 77, 185 

Mc Clain, Erron 161 

McClain, John 182 

Mc Clave, James 76.79,94. 161, 187 




Goeff Zevnik 



GcolT. 

Believe in God and \ourscIt". 



McClough, Micah 161 

Mo Cluskey, Kathleen 9, 72, 142, 174 

Mc Ciuskey, Maureen 33, 54, 109 

McCollum, Shannon 94, 149 

McCullough, Jason 184 

Mc Dermott, Matt 50 

Mc Dermott, Matthew 33, 187. 194, 198 

Mc Donald, Michael 33, 94, 188 

Mc Donnell, Kathleen 139 

Mc Dougal, Krystal 149 

Mc Dowel!, Tanish 149 

Mc EIrath, Stephanie 174 

Mc EIrath Jr., Marvin 149 

Mc Garry, Michelle 37, 127, 138, 139 

Mc Gee, Bonnie 64, 161 

Mc Gill, Nicholas 4, 89, 91, 97 

McGill, Ryan 80,91,94,97, 161 

Mc Govern; Brad 124, 139 

McGraw, John 33 

McGraw, Patricia 65, 149 

Mc Graw, Robert 174 

Mc Grift, LaShaun 91. 149 

Mc Intire. Sean 149 

Mc Intosh, Jonathan 174 

Mc Kay, Gail 83, 127, 138, 149. 152 

Mc Kinney, Brandon 161 

Mc Kinney, Ebonie 174 

Mc Kinney, La Mar 96, 174 

McLaughlin, Judith 37 

McLeod. Lisa 91, 139, 194 

Mc Masters, Marie 161 

Mc Millan, Marques 89, 91 , 149 

Mc Namara, Victoria 174 

Mc Narrin, Jeawnel 161 

Mc Neezer, George 149 

Mc Peek, Melissa 59, 161 

Mc Peek, Shannon 94, 149 

Mc Redmond, Casey 186 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 139, 194 

Mc Williams, Cory 161 

McGuinness., Catherine 191 

Mcneal. Sylvia 150 

Meadows, Colleen 150 

Meany, Randi 183 

Media Aides 122 

Medlen, Melissa 64,86,91.97, 101, 174 

Medves, Daniel 33 

Medves, Lori 161, 185 

Medvick, Sinen 183 

Meier, Alissa 150 

Melicio, Anildo 33 

Melicio, Ellen 33 

Mellen, Edie 37. 109, 139 

Melnyk, Mike 184 

Memories Divider 180 

Mercadante, Joseph 150 

Mercado, Freddy 150 

Merritt, Danielle 33 

Merritt, Dawn 15, 77, 81, 83, 117. 122, 174. 176. 

185 

Mettl. Allison . 3, 15. 33. 49. 50. 54. 62. 101. 102. 

105, 117. 118, 127. 138. 180. 186. 190. 194. 199 




Brian J. Zorman 

Dear Brian. 

How quickly the years have passed. You've 

certainly grown into a fine, young man. 

We're very proud of who and what you are. 

Brian. We love you and wish you the best 

life has to offer as you continue your 

journey. 

God Bless. Mom. Dad and Tim 



Metti, Christine 62, 107, 117, 118, 150 

Meyer, Amanda 33, 109, 186 

Meyer, Elisa 65 

Meyers, Gregory 109, 174 

Miceli, Mary Jane 139 

Middleton. Jayson 174 

Middleton, Michael 150 

Miglionico. Joseph 150 

Miklavcic. Michael68. 82, 101, 118. 160. 174. 184 

Miklavcic. Shana 91.93. 102, 174 

Miklowski, Nanci 91, 97, 174 

Mikolajski. Ericka 33 

Milde, Michael 33. 54 

Miles, Quitashia 96 

Miller, Anisha 150 

Miller, Michael 33, 109, 194, 199 

Miller, Molly 91,97 

Miller Jr., Jimmy 174 

Mills, Courtney 96, 174 

Mills, Laurie 161 

Mims, Ouida 33 

Mims, Rashedah 54 

Mitchell, David 161 

Mitskavich. Lori 14. 34. 45. 49. 50, 54, 82, 83, 

101. 113, 118, 180, 190. 194. 199.211,212 

Mitstalski. Lindsay 187 

Mlac, Katherine 65, 150 

Modelski, Kenneth 150 

Modelski, Steve 184 

Modelski, Steven 80, 174 

Mohorcic, Robert 150 

Molk, Mark 110 

Monroe, Van 60, 183 

Monroe III, Van 58, 59, 80, 161 

Montague. Elizabeth15. 77. 81. 95. 116. 161, 185 

Montani, Ray 108 

Montgomery. Jacqueline 34, 96, 194, 199 

Moon, Jason 161 

Moore, Alicia 150 

Moore, Chnstopher 58,80, 112, 161 

Moore, Felix 174 

Moore, LaTonya 150 

Moore, Robin 34 

Moore, Shane 34 

Moore. Terrance 12. 34, 56, 58, 59, 211 

Moons, Shirii 150 

Morris. Abby 85 

Morris. Abygail 84. 161 

Morris. Cordell 56, 58, 59, 96, 174 

Morris, Katie 37, 130, 139, 194 

Morris. Richard 110 

Morris, Shirii 96 

Morrison, Erin 3, 34, 185 

Mosby, Solomon 150 

Moses, Antonio 174 

Moses, Johnny 72, 161 

Mosley, Reginald 34 

Moss, Alicia 150 

Moster, Mark 91, 97, 150 

Moster. Matthew 34. 50. 182, 194, 199 

Mowery. Sandra 13. 77, 161, 187 

Moxley, Daniel 174 

Moyer. Cynthia 185 

Moyer. Scott 172 

Mueller. Christine 161 

Mueller. Tonya 45, 50, 54 

Muhammad. Niyra 161 

Muhvic. Janelle 161 

Muhvic. Jennifer 161 

Mukavetz. Marissa .. 1 0. 34. 86. 91 . 92. 1 1 8. 1 94. 
199 

Mulbah. Sallimatu 150 

Mulraney. Nicole 161 

Murdock. Quentin 59, 72, 161 , 184 

Murphy. Anthony 67, 174 

Murphy, Katrina 34,50 

Murphy, Michaelann ... 34,40,53, 113, 115, 117, 
212 

Murphy. Patrick 139 

Murray, Suzanne 37 

Murry, Kiara 161 

Murry. Tiara 161 

Myers, Melanie 174 

avy precision flying team 
member gave a talk to 
Euclid students before the 
Cleveland Air Show. 

N.J.R.O.T.C 99 

Nagle. Josh 78. 79 

Nagle. Joshua 76, 78, 150 

Nagode. Lindsey 13, 14, 62, 161 

Nally, Vicki 15, 37, 139 

Napolo, Wai 103, 190 

Narusas, Tina 161 

National Honor Society 100 

Needom, Bernard 150 

Nelson, Sean 34, 50. 82, 117, 194, 199 

Nelson, William 108, 161 

Nelson Jr., Daryl 150 

Newson, Aaron 174 





Landon Proctor, John Copic, John Wolchko and Bryan Arendt v\crc members 
of the band, 32 Fl. O/. For two years they played all over the Clc\ eland area. They 
represented Euclid in the Mountain Dew High School Rock Off in January. 



Niebes. Carole 139 

Nielsen. Margaret 139 

Niemann, Melissa 161 

Nolan, Chef 2. 59 

Noll, Mary Beth 174 

Norfleet, Shanna 161 

Norris, Amber 96,161 

Novak, Barbara 139. 194 

Novak. Emily 34. 125 

Novinc, Megan .. 2,7, 11, 62, 101, 117. 118. 126. 
137. 138, 170, 174,176,186 

Nunley Jr., Lewis 34, 50. 59. 184 

Nunn, Marsha 110 

^^^^ lympic Winter Games 
Uoli took place in February 
r 7 in Nagano. Japan. 

O'Brien, Sean 67, 184 

O'Connor, Andrea 161 

O'Donnell, Michelle 54 

O'Grady, Cathleen 34. 50 

O'Hara. Matthew 12. 14, 15. 34, 51, 53, 102. 109. 
115. 194. 199 

O'Toole. Sean 37. 72. 130 

O Brien. Molly 34 

O Brien. Sean 67. 161 

O Neill Jr.. Michael 34. 174 

O.W.A 112 

Occupational Work Adjustment 112 

Office Aides 98 

Oil. Freoni 72 

Ojo, Oluwakemi 161 



Okorn. Caria 65, 150. 152 

Oliver, Delvona 73, 74, 75. 174 

Oliver. Seleste 174 

Oravecz. Todd 174 

Orchestra 89 

Orgovan. Frank 182 

Oriso. Jackie 110 

Orlic. Ingrid 104. 174 

Orr. Artria 150 

Ortiz. Janet 34 

Ortman. Scott 112. 150 

Osterman. Megan 185 

Osterman. Sarah 69,83, 150 

Ostrander. Edward 63,79, 161 

Ostrander. Pal 183 

Ott. David 174. 182 

Owens. Sherelle 34. 117. 170 

Owes Jr., Nicholas 35 

rom was the last dance 
QH) of the year. 



P. A Announcers 123 

Pacheco. Rafael 174 

Pacholke. Jennifer 110 

Padavick. Bonnie 150 

Padden, Brett 150 

Padden. Kevin 175 

Padgette. Jermaine 161 

Paige. Brian 175 

Paige, Jamie 73, 91,97, 125, 150 





...^.Sk 



When bussing was terminated after the 
first semester, new traffic patterns were 
established to take care of the cars 
dropping off and picking up students. 



Index 207 






After bussing was temninaled. students had to get away from the building as soon 
as possible. Here are students waiting for their rides outside the E-room entrance. 



Palmer, Vencoll 35, 50, 91 , 96, 97 

Panneli, Lee Roy 96, 161 

Pannell, Shavon 162 

Panneli, Tiffany 162 

Paoloni, Brian 175 

Paoloni, Daniel 162 

Paoloni, Micfiael 35, 40. 95. 105 

Paradzik, Anna 35 

Paratore, Frank 150 

Parisi, Josepfi 150 

Parker, Antfiony 150 

Parker, Jermaine 162 

Parker, Katrina 96, 162 

Parker, Maurice 60, 150 

Parker, Omega 96, 175 

Parker, Reginald 72, 150 

Parrino, Lisa 150 

Parrino, Nina 35, 50, 109 

Pasquale. Katherine 139, 194 

Pate, Zinal 4 

Patel, Dinalben 125, 162 

Patel, Zinal 35,50, 113, 115, 125,212 

Paternite, Steve 89 

Paternile, Steuen 89,91,97, 150 

PATRONS 194 

Patterson, Aqueelah 150 

Patterson, Erin .. 7, 35, 44, 49. 50, 101, 113, 118, 
190, 191, 194,200,212 

Patterson, La'Erica 162 

Patterson, Nicole 35, 109 

Paulic, Dragan 110 

Pauicic. Marypat 65, 150, 152 

Pavicic, Maureen 35 

Payerchin. Anne 35, 40 

Payerchin, David 79,162 

Payne, Catfierine 139 

Payne, Corey 162 

Peacock, Cfiristy 3, 35, 51 , 54, 84, 85, 91 , 93, 98, 
100, 101, 124, 125, 129, 194, 199 

Peer Tutors 98 

Penko, Allison 2,84,85, 119, 126, 154, 160, 162. 
191 

Penn, Sonya 150 

Penn Jr., Ozzie 35 

Penny, Angela 150 

Penny, Lon 35, 194, 200 

Penny, Micfielle 35, 194,200 

Pennza, Anthony 35, 109, 170 

Perez, Jo-Rita 37, 140, 194 

Peric, Ann 83, 150 

Peric, Ctiristina 55,64,65,82,83, 111, 175 

Peric, Georgian 35, 82, 83, 89, 194, 200 

Perkins, Tashala 162 

Perry, Tiffany 162 

Perusek. Heatfier 191 

Peters, Mary Ann 84, 124, 140, 171 

Petrick, Deborafi 37, 140 

Petrocfiic, Robert 175 

Petrovic, Robert 140, 194 

Pettard, Chnstine 89 

Pettit, Kathryn 35 

Pettit, Racfiael 35 

Petty. Antonio 162 

Pfahl, Jeremy 35, 187 

Pfatii, Sara 64, 162 



Index 




Pfeifer, Todd 35 

Pflillips, Peter 175 

Ptiiilips Jr., Ernest 162 

Pflillips Jr., Gregory 162 

Pfioumyyoth, Mictiael 150 

Pfiouttfiavong, Sisattanak 175 

Pica, Heattier 77, 162 

Pierce, Amy 175 

Pierce, Christian 38, 112, 187, 194,200 

Pierce, Elisabeth 150 

Pignatiello, Roy 56, 59, 140 

Pikovnik, Ambrosia 162 

Pikovnik, Joshua 150 

Pino Jr., Carlos 150 

Pittard, Christine 91, 97, 150 

Pla, Sally 37, 140 

Plavcan, Gabrielle 162 

Play, Fall 120 

Plesmid. Joseph 162 

Pletcher, Penny 140 

Plovock III, Joseph 150 

Podmore, Douglas 162 

Poetry Club 127 

Polachek, Robert 162 

Polachek, Tabiiha 7, 38, 91 , 92 

Poike, Jacqueline 91, 97, 104, 105, 138, 162 

Pollard II, Nkremah 162 

Polzner, Joseph 162 

Pompey. Deanthony 150 

Ponder, Jermaine 175 

Poole, Ralph 38 

Popovic, William 162 

Posatiere, Nicholas 150 

Potocnik, David 162 

Poulos, Jennifer 89, 175 

Poulson. James 130, 132, 194,211,212 

Povirk. Monica 38, 49 

Powaski. Ronald 140 

Powell, Arts 38, 72, 184 

Powell, Ashley 68, 162, 184 

Powell, James 89,91,97, 150 

Praskavich, Anthony 162 

Pratt, Lucy 62, 127, 134, 140, 194 

Preston, Dionte 150 

Preston, Gina 162 

Price, Amanda .... 89, 91, 97, 101. 102, 103, 175, 
180, 191 

Pnce, Brandi 162 

Pnce, Brandon 59, 66, 67, 162, 183 

Price, Ernest 175 

Price, Kennetta 150 

Price, Makeshia 94, 96, 150 

Prince, Tamilia 38 

Proctor, Landon21, 38, 40, 54, 55, 127, 194, 200, 

207 

Prodan, Gina 5, 36, 38, 40, 41 , 49, 51 , 52, 54, 77, 

101, 102, 137, 170, 194,200,212 

Prokop, Yanira 38, 109 

Prom 192 

Provateare, Joshua 150 

Ptak, Brandon 76, 175 

Plak, Ryan 76, 150 

Pulley, Fallon 150 

^^^ uite a change in the Euclid 
(B^hI schools occun'cd because 
of the loss of the school 
levy for the fourth time. 

Ouigley, Geoffrey 117, 175 



caching for a goal 
should be an important 
part of every student's 
Hfe. 



Radan, Ivan 162 

Radan, Tony 38 

Radosevich. Michelle 151 

Raguz, Anna 151 

Raguz, Tomislav 162 

Raia, Nicole 64, 162 

Rainey, Marsha 91, 151 

Ramdhan, Glen 89,90,91,97, 151 

Ramlow, Barbara 4, 8, 63, 104, 140 

Ramlow, Bob 12, 63. 184 

Randall. Jabraun 175 

Randall, Lavelle 151 

Ransaw, Atini 108. 175 

Rashed, Najee 151 

Ratka, Fran 140, 194 

Rauscher, Christine 80, 151 

Ray, Michael 91,97, 116, 162 

Ray, Robert 72 

Ray, Victoria 151 

Rayford, Devon 175 

Raymond, Jamie 162 

Raymond, Preston 175 

Reagan. Sarah 175 

Reagan. Suzanne 151 

Reed, Schenee 38 

Reese. Dianca 94, 162 

Reese Jr.. Lysander 151 

Reeves, Jonathon 151 

Reilly, Erin 64,65,101,118, 175,191 

Reilly, Michael 13,38,82,89,90,91,97 

Rembert, Syreeta 151 

Renix 111, Amos 38. 59, 61 

Rennix, Alicia 38, 96 

Resnik, Bridget 83, 162, 187 

Resnik, Hillary 21, 38 

Rezzolla, Mike 2, 37, 59. 61. 140 

Rhylchik, Melissa 104 

Rice, Alan 38, 96, 99, 120, 121 

Rice, Carmen 77, 91 , 96, 97, 1 51 

Rice, Christal 162 

Richards, Christina 38, 51, 54 

Richards, Jacquelyn 151 

Richards, Marcy 37, 64, 65. 140 

Richardson, Angel 151 

Richardson, Brandon 56, 58, 59, 72, 175, 182 

Richardson, Christopher 151 

Richardson, Sara 38 

Riedel, Gary 60,61, 151 

Riggins, Chavon 112, 175, 176 

Rinella, Jennifer 77, 162 

Ritz, Nicholas 38 

Roberts, Keith 38, 108 

Robinson, Jason 187 

Robinson, Jordan 162,187 

Robinson, Matthew 79, 151 

Rock, Travis 29 

Rodick, Heather 29.51,54 

Rodriguez. Joe 68, 82, 140 

Rogers, David 29 

Rogers, Kenneth 175 

Rohl, Richard 91, 151 

Rohike, Stacy 162 

Ronske, Robert 110 

Ross, Laura 62, 162 

Roth, James 86,91,97, 175 

Routen, Janelle 29, 194,200 

Rowan, Leah 175 

Rozman, Tony 108, 140, 194 

Ruberto, Chrystal 151 

Rucker, De Onte 162 

Rucker, James 151 

Rucker, Shanina 151 

Rufo, Dominic 29 

Rufo, Ryan 76, 87, 162 

Rusbasan, Jeremy 151 

Ruscin, Kelly 77, 83, 151 

Rushing, Rebecca 110 

Russ, Re'Erica 151 

Russo, Tony 133 

Rutti, Christopher 151 

Ryan, Eric 76, 162 

Ryan, Erin 29, 44, 77, 82, 194, 200 

Rys, Jennifer 6, 1 3, 84, 85, 91 , 97, 1 75 

Rys, Steven 162 



chool bussing ended for 
a short time because of 
school levy defeat. 



S.A.V.E 106 

Sabbath, Angela 175 

Sabo, Stephen 89, 151 

Sacko, Timothy 76, 78, 163 

Saengchareun, Kongsy 175 

Sahye, Khemeo 116, 175 




Salisbury, Karen 7, 10,62,89,101, 110, 

118, 137, 170, 175, 176, 186 

Salupo, Amy 69, 101, 175, 188, 

Salvatore, James 

Sampson, Samuel 

Sams, Nicholette 64, 98. 101, 118, 154, 175, 

Samsa, Kristen 

Samsa, Nicole 14.84,95, 163, 

Sanders. Dreamer 

Sanderson Jr., John 99, 

Sanelli, Christine 29, 

Sanelli, Leanne 

Sanicky, Kathryn 

Santelt. James 

Santiago, Latasha 

Santilli, Sam 73, 140, 

Santucci, Christie 

Santucci, Nick 

Sams-Gaunt, Coltette 

Sarpotis, Ryan 56, 59, 

Sattler, Greg 37, 67, 140, 

Saviers, Nancy 

Sawyer, Satasha 

Sayavongsa, Oska 

Sayles, Robert 

Scalese, Eric 

Scaparotti, Erica 105, 125, 

Schanouer, Greg 

Schart, Rhonda 64, 65, 73, 140, 

Scheider, Bryan 29, 51. 68, 82, 83. 101, 

Scheider, Jesse 68. 82, 163, 

Scheurman, Elizabeth .. 84, 85, 91, 97, 103, 
152 

Schiffbauer, Nikole 82, 83, 98, 175, 

Schmidt, Alan 

Schmidt, Jonathan 

Schmidt, Kristopher 

Schnell, John 2, 59. 

Schoen. Carrie 29, 

Schonauer, Gregory 76, 79, 125. 

Schossler. Cheryl 37, 

Schoval, Edward 

Schroeder, Fred 

Schultz, Amy 

Schultz. Walter 

Schuiz, Dona 107, 

Schweikert, Paul 29. 54, 1 10, 

Schweikert, Sarah 

Schwenke, Pete 53, 58, 59, 80, 81, 140, 

Science Olympiacs 

Scott, Demonn 

Scott, George 

Scott, Hassan 

Scott, Jessica 55. 83, 91, 93. 128, 175, 

Scott, Leonard 

Scott II, Emen 

Scruggs Jr.. Herbert 

Sederholm, Kirk 

Sedmak, Mark 

Segulin, Mickey 107, 

Seifried, Daniel . 95, 98, 101. 118, 119, 120, 



117, 

18 
163 
175 
186 
18 
187 
151 
175 
10 
163 
163 
151 
163 
194 
151 
175 
186 
163 
151 
14C 
17E 
16: 
151 
16S 
16! 
102 
, 19< 
211 
18c 
151 

,186 

tic 

17E 

.25 
,175 

111 
,17! 
, 14 

17 

16 . 

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. 1* 
,12: 

15- 
,18) 

10i 
.. 2! 
.. 2! 

16i 
, 1 

111 



17) 
17! 
1^ 

16) 
141 
121 




Matthew De Wine 



We are proud of all your accomplishments. 
Ne\ er lose your love for your music. 
Always remember, vou can make your 
dreams come true. 
Love always. Dad and Mom 



122, 123, 127, 138, 171, 175 

Seifried, Michael 122, 126, 163 

Selvaggio, Nick 37, 110, 140 

Senior Citizen Prom 190 

Senior Divider 18 

Seniors 20 

Sergo, Julia 83, 163 

Serwatka, Jessica ... 21,29,51,54,98, 100, 101, 
138, 194,201 

Senwalka, John 151 

Selser, M Shannon 55, 64, 65, 102, 175, 186 

Severino, Jan 37, 140 

Severino, Janet 194 

Shady, Shawn 29 

Shannon, Latlshi 163 

Sharetta, Kelley 151 

Sharp, Courtney 20, 29, 52, 77, 98. 186, 194, 201 

Shavers, Rahman 59, 61, 72, 163, 184 

Shaw, Brandon 175 

Shaw, Brian 29 

Shaw, James 163, 183 

Shaw, Knsta 94, 163 

Shea. Kevin 110, 151 

Shea, Melissa 107, 163 

Sheck, Mike 59, 1 12, 140 

Sheehan, Timothy 91, 97, 151 

Sheldon, Renee 163 

Shepherd, Richard 176 

Sheridan, Elaine 140. 194 

Sheridan, Paula 140, 194 

Shiffbauer, Nicole 83 

Shippy. Kimberly 29, 51 , 1 12 

Shirey, Ross 176 

Short, Jason 29,51,54,94, 194,201 

Shorter, Katie M 132 

Show, Big 188 

Shy. Mano 91, 97, 163, 183 

Shy. Melissa 97 

Shyree. Nick 109 

Siders. Leslie 110 

Siedler. Brian 42, 51, 63, 182, 194 

Sierputowski. Jeffrey 76, 102, 176 

Sihonsa. Oscar 76 

Simenc. Matthew 72, 163, 183 

Simenc, Michael 42, 68, 80, 184 

Simicevic, Ivana 42, 109 

Simmons III, David 151 

Simon, Lisa 141 

Simpson, Al 59 

Simpson, Jim 141 

Simpson Jr.. Albert 2, 42, 51, 54, 55, 184 

Ski Club 102 

Skidmore, Shawn 110 

Skok, Elizabeth 84, 85, 104, 125, 142, 163 

Skok, Jason 89,90,91,97, 176 

Slabe. (idatthew 176 

Slabe. Rebecca 151 

Slagle. Christopher 42, 68, 82, 83 

Slagle, Michael 82, 151 

Slamic. Allen 42, 100, 101 

Slamic. David 72, 151 




Joseph Trobenter 



Joe, 

Congratulations! We're very proud of you. 

Remember to alway.s stri\'e for excellence. 

so that you may attain the goals you set for 

yourself. You have the ability to attain it. 

Good Luck. 

Love always. Mom and Dad and Steve and 

Danny 



Slepsky, Daniel 68, 91, 97. 176 

Slogan Michael 176 

Slogar. Rebecca 163 

Slusser. Anne 111, 176, 186 

Smalley, Nikeya 153 

Smarsh.John 42,94 

Smedley, Eric 42 

Smerdel. Leiand 42, 59, 194, 201 

Smerke, John 151 

Smialek, Jill 20.42,69,81, 185, 194,201 

Smiciklas, Rachel 7, 91. 92, 176, 180 

Smith. Aaron 13, 105, 163 

Smith, Abra 151 

Smith. Anthony 42, 151 

Smith. Daniel 176 

Smith, Emmanuel 71, 176 

Smith. Eric 110 

Smith. Frank 42 

Smith, Germaine 60,61,72. 151 

Smith, Jason 72, 151 

Smith, Jeffrey 151 

Smith. Kendra 84,85,91,93, 151, 152 

Smith, Kimberly 42, 194,201 

Smith, Leon 58, 59. 163 

Smith. Linda 151 

Smith. Mayo 72 

Smith, Nuwoo 176 

Smith, Re'Tina 176 

Smith, Regina 73, 74, 75. 117, 176, 209 

Smith, Richard 151 

Smith, Robert 141 

Smith, Ryan 82, 102, 176 

Smith, Shayla 96, 176 

Smith, Stephanie 163 

Smith, Terese 94 

Smith, Tiffany 42, 109. 194, 201 

Smith, Tony 141 

Soccer 76 

Softball 186 

Sohlberg, Nick 184 

Soini, Mark 151 

Soini, Thomas 12,59, 176. 182 

Solema, David 91, 97, 101, 176, 188. 189 

Solema, Michael 138, 151 

Solema, Nick 191 

Sollesz, Christina 120, 121, 141, 194 

Soltesz, Frank 79, 184, 194 

Sophomores 154 

Spada, Anthony 42 

Spada, John 176 

Sparks, Tiffany 151 

Sparrow, Tara 91, 96, 97, 151 

Sparrow, Todd 151 

Spears, Vickie 45 

Speer, Mathew 91, 97, 152 

Spence, Ed 56 

Spencer, Antonio 59, 163 

Spencer, Latisha 152 

Spencer 111, Eddie 59. 163 

Spiga, Barbara 37, 127. 138. 141 

Spivey, Samantha 152 

Spivey, Shamuire36, 42, 101, 180, 190, 191,211 

Sports Divider 56 

Stadler. Veronica 141 

Stafford, Wayne 152 

Stahre, Alison 42, 52, 186, 194, 202 

Stamper, Shuree 152 

Stanco, David 141 

Stanic, Abby 10,50,84.85,101,117,176 

Stanic, Brett 79, 152 

Stanic, Derek 184 

Stanic, Kurt 122, 132 

Stansberry, Kristen 163 

Staples. Jeremy 42, 51,54 

Starr, Rick 14 

Stavange. Joel 42, 52, 108 

Steck, Elizabeth 139, 141 

Steele, Dome 163 

Stefanac, Megan 84, 125, 152 

Stenger, Erik 163 

Stern, Lynne 15, 64, 98, 101, 103, 107, 176, 180 

Stevens, Demond 108, 176 

Stewart, Shondra 163 

Stewart, Tamyra 152 

Stewart Jr., Bart 152 

Stigamier, Paul 163 

Stobierski, Julia 15, 64, 83, 138, 163, 187 

Stobierski, Kathleen 20, 43 

Stobierski, Kathy 54 

Stobinski, Judy 119, 141 

Stokes. Michael 152 

Stone. Nicole 163 

Stone. Samantha 152 

Story. Curtis 163 

Stout. Matthew 43, 51 

Strah, CourtneylO, 43, 51,55, 62, 100, 101, 111. 
113, 118, 122, 125. 190, 194,201,212 

Streiff, Beth 91, 98 

Streiff, Kathryn 84, 89, 163 

Strell, Dennis 72, 152 

Strell, Nicholas 176 

Stricko, Tabitha 152 

Strodtbeck, Owen 91, 97, 163, 183 




Regina Smith cleans nut some of the objects that she has accumulated in her purse. 



Strukel, Nicole 43, 109 

Stuber, David 152 

Student Council 124 

Student Council Ad 214 

Student Life 6 

Stumpf, David 141 

Suchy, Angela 186 

Suchy, Michael 163 

Sudama, VIshantie 62, 117, 118, 176 

Sulecki, Creig 15, 188, 189 

Sullivan, Norman 176 

Survey 118 

Sustar, Thomas 117, 176 

Sustin, Mike 77, 130, 141, 185 

Sustin, Wendy 64,65 

Swansegar, Jill 1 1 . 1 5, 21 , 41 , 43, 51 , 55, 77, 81 , 
98, 101, 102, 122, 124, 125, 180, 188 

Swansegar, Kim 77, 85, 152 

Swetel, Jacobrobert 117, 176 

Swift, Samuel 152 

Swift, Sean : 163 

Swimming 82 

Switalski. Anthony 43 

Switalski. Sharon 117. 176 

Swope. Pete 56,62 

Vape was used exten- 
sively to hold the ID 
badges together. 

Taksar, Dennis 163 

Taksar, Kevin 43, 80 

Tamburro. Stacey 152 



Tamburro, Stephanie 127, 163 

Tanner, Catrina 177 

Tanner. Erin 108 

Taplin, Lisa 43. 51. 55. 114 

Tate, Nicholas 43 

Tate, Remona 43 

Tate, Ronald 152 

Tavakoli, Omid 82, 163 

Taylor, Anita 43, 115 

Taylor, Brandon 43, 194, 201 

Taylor, Candace 152 

Taylor. Chare 164 

Taylor. Colleen 186 

Taylor, Jamee 185 

Taylor, Kelley 43, 109, 194, 202 

Taylor, Lakesha 43, 51, 109 

Taylor, Larissa 152 

Taylor, Tamsen 43, 73. 112 

Taylor 111, Fred 164 

Tedla, Semere 164 

Tennis, Boy's 187 

Tennis, Giri's 62 

Tercek, Lynette 141 

Terrell, Lucious 43, 51 

Terrence, Nicole 96 

Tetlow. Derrick 164 

Thaxton, Louis 164 

Thaxton, Thaddeus 164 

Theme 2 

Thomas. Adrianne 152 

Thomas. Donte 43, 59. 108, 210 

Thomas, Heather 177 

Thomas. Jennifer 43, 55 

Thomas, Jerome 43, 59, 67 

Thomas, Lakeith 94, 164 




National Honor Society members leaving a meeting after having their group_£icture 
taken. 



Index 




Donte Thomas doing major work on the engine in this Cadillac. 



Kourtney Highland and Jenea Weems are Office Aides waiting for something to 
do around the office. 



Thomas. Lee 152 

Thomas, Shalyn 43, 109 

Thompson, Janiece 96, 164, 185 

Thompson, Julia 89,91, 101, 102, 177, 186 

Thompson, Ronald 152 

Thurman, Sylvan 59, 177 

Tiik, James 46, 194,202 

Tillman, Johnny 72, 152 

Timm, Roseanne 46 

Timmons, Jason 72 

TIrabassi, fi^ichael 79, 165 

Tirabassi, Nicholas 46, 78, 89, 91. 97, 102 

Tisi, Mary 5,77,83, 119, 165,211 

Tizzano, Diane 89, 91, 94, 97, 141, 142, 166, 194 

Tkac, Carol 37, 141 

Tocarchick, Diane 165 

Todd. Ebony 165 

Tolliver, Jason 111,177 

Tomlinson, Simone 153 

Tomlinson. Terry 177 

Tompkins, Matthew 153 

Tomsio, Martin 13, 46, 82, 89, 90, 91, 97, 101 

Tomsic, Milan 82,89,90, 91,97, 153 

Torrelli, Chris 37, 105. 106. 138, 141. 194 

Torrence, Jerrod 46 

Torrence. Michael 153 

Toth, Alex 141, 190 

Toth, Emily 65, 153 

Track 184 

Track, Indoor 80 

Tracy, Mary 62,107, 165, 187 

Tramsak, Kimberty 177 

Tran. Anh 153 

Traven, January 46 

Travis, Mark 153 

Trepal, Scott 56, 66, 67, 76, 87, 177 

Trepal. Shaun 66, 67, 76, 153 

Trobenter, Joseph 78.79, 170.209 

Troha, Stephanie 46,51,55, 166, 186 

Truskolaski, Bryan 153 

Trzcinski, Christopher 46 

Tschantz, lulatthew 153 

Tschantz, Michael 68,80,82, 105, 153 

Tucci, Angela 7, 90, 91 , 97, 153 

Tucci, James 177 



Tucker, Clinton 72. 165 

Tucker, Jacob 165 

Turk, Pat 141 

Turkall, Dennis 72, 130, 141, 182 

Turman, Kevin 165 

Turman, Scott 46, 51 

Tulolo, Amanda 64, 72, 177 

Tutors, Peer 98 

Twyman, Jennifer 153 

Tyler Jr, Ronald 59 

Tyler Jr., Ronald 177 

Tyson, Kevin 153 



pperclassmen are the 
leaders in any school. 



Udovich Jillian 13,77,165,187 

Udovich, Lisa .... 21,45,46,51.55.77. 101, 110, 
125, 180, 186, 194,202.211 

Ulle, Janet 37, 141 

Ulle, Michael 165, 183 

Ulle. Robyn 46, 51 , 1 1 1 , 1 25, 1 86, 1 94, 202 

Underclass Diviver 142 

Urban, Knsten 86,91,92, 165 

Urban, Nancy 125, 153 

Urich, Vicki 92 

Urrer, Chris 59 




arsity sports made a 
good showing in their 
last year in the G,C.C. 



Valencic, Cindy 141 

Valentine, Courtney 165, 212 

Valentine, Michael 46, 51 , 55, 59 

Valeno, Andrea 153 

Van Ho, Valene 99, 120, 121, 177 

Van Ho,, K, F 132 

Van Leer, David 132 

Vance, Dana 186 



Vannarath, Phout 46 

Vanzant, Dessiray 153 

Varsity Chorale 95 

Vaslavsky, Sheri 177 

Vauters, Lidia 165 

Vazquez, Angelica 177 

Vega, Christina 3, 46, 55, 1 12 

Veneskey, Dena 91, 97, 153 

Verch. Michael 76, 79, 91, 97, 111, 177 

Veres. Alicia 177 

Vetovitz, Cathenne 89, 141 

Via. Sara 116, 187 

Vidmar, Gina 153 

Vidra. Bryan 165 

Vigainch, Nikali 187 

VirgiesJr.Tommie 59,71,72,177, 184 

Vitolo, Dennis 187 

Vocational Automotives 108 

Voices of New Life 96 

Voll, Devin 80, 105. 122, 177 

Voll. Nicholas 153 

Volleyball 64 

Voipe, Christina 165 

Von Benken, Bill 37, 141, 194, 212 

Vurbic. Dnna 46 

Vurusic, Elizabeth 46, 51, 55, 107 

Vuyancih, Michael 177 

Vuyancih. Patnck 141 , 190 



arm weather resulted 
in a Winter with very 
little snow. 



Wade, Alexis 46 

Wade, Brad 110 

Wade. Karen 177, 185 

Waganek, Shannon 153 

Wahl, John 46, 112, 115 

Waina, Jason 47, 56, 76, 82, 101, 194, 202 

Waina, Melissa 77, 102, 154, 160, 165, 194 

Walker, Andrew ,., 13, 59, 95, 102, 127, 138, 165 
Walker, Bernadette 165 




Walker, Damon 153 

Walker, Katherine .. 185, 188, 189, 190, 191, 193 

Walker, Lakeshia 47, 96 

Walker, Steven 47, 76, 108 

Walker, Victor 153 

Wallace, Candace 47 

Wallace, Nicole 177 

Walland, Kelly 116, 165 

Walsh, Robert 89, 91, 97. 165 

Walter, Tim 182 

Walton Jr., Rodney 177 

Ward. Jasmine 112, 165 

Warden, Kenneth 105, 153 

Warman, Connie 131, 133, 141 

Warman, Mark 67 

Warner, Brandan 72, 153 

Warner, Eugene 116, 177 

Warren, Taunon 47, 51 

Washington, Eddie 177 

Washington, Lashunda. 37. 41, 47. 55, 112, 194, 
202 

Washington, Monique 47 

Wasylyk, Matt 141 

Watkins, Demetrius 47, 55 

Watkins, Jason 37, 47, 59, 82, 95. 102. 211 

Watson, Terrance 108 

Watts, Tahnesha 177 

Wayton, Christina 177 

Weber, Mary Ellen 164 

Webster, Hertjert 60, 61, 67, 153 

Webster, Tatiana 74, 165 

Weeams. Najah 47, 109, 194 

Weems, Jenea14, 40, 47, 51 , 55, 77, 81, 98, 113, 
125, 128, 185, 194, 202, 210, 212 

Weems, La Treese 47,77,96 

Weems, Najah Q 202 

Weglarz, Thomas 177 

Wein, Annie 185 

Wein, Ursula 69, 81, 104, 107, 118, 138, 177, 185 
Weinbrecht, Amy 13, 40, 89, 90, 91 , 97, 105, 127, 
160, 165 

Weintraub, Timothy 111,177 

Weiss, Tony 110 

Welch, Mario 165 




Index 



Mike Miklavcic about to shoot a cork 
with his carbide cannon in chemistry 
class. 



Megan Ballinger, Wendy Barker, Lisa Basalla, Alex Brinovec, Katy 
Carmichael, Kevin Carse and Anthony Castrovince looking happy after being 
inducted into the National Honor Society. 



Welis, Chanita 96 

Welis, Coretta 96, 165 

Welsh, Colin 153 

Welsh, Kevin 76, 177 

Wensing, Dan 141, 194 

Westbrooks Jr., Ray 165 

Westertield, Howard 19, 47, 51, 59, 67 

Wheeler, Ebony 14, 47, 51, 55, 81, 96, 185 

White, Bud 182 

White, Jamil 153 

White, Joe 183 

White, Joseph 63, 165 

White, McKinley 153 

White, Michael 47 

White, Tonya 153 

White, Vernadette 47, 96, 114, 194, 203 

Whitely, Juiie 9,67, 142, 177, 186 

Whitnnore, Aaron 72, 153 

Whitmore, Angel 165 

Whitney, De Juan 177 

Whitsett, Gilbert 165 

Whitsett, Lucretia 153 

Whitsett, Terreia 19. 47 

Whittaker. Benjamin 36,47, 105 

Wiggins, Anthony 165 

Wiggins, Jennifer 47. 51 

Wilcox, Carmen 153 

Wilcox, Eddie 47, 182 

Wilkerson, Michael 165 

Wiikerson, Najma 153 

Williams, Anthony 153 

Williams, Ashley 153 

Williams, Camille 48, 51, 55 

Williams, David 153 

Williams, Derek 165 

Williams, Donnell 153 

Williams, Eric 153, 165 

Williams, Jennifer 62, 81 , 1 1 7. 1 1 8. 1 77 

Williams, Kalicia 48. 194. 204 

Williams, Kelly 153 

Williams, LaToya 165 

Williams, Maria 64, 65, 101 , 177 

Williams, Noel 111, 177 

Williams, Regina 83 

Williams, Tiffany 112 

Williams, Vickie 48, 55, 194. 205 

Williams II, Oral 15, 76. 102, 142. 177 

Wiilingham, Bruce 67 

Wiilingham, Scott 66 

Wiilingham, Taresa 153 

Willis, Adrienne 48, 109 

Willis, Jamika 177 

Willis, Jennifer 48, 86, 91 , 92. 1 18 

Willis, Jenny 92 

Wilioughby, Todd 165 

Wilson, Danielle 153 

Wilson, Jasmine 96 

Wilson, Michelle 83, 86, 91 , 92, 165 

Wilson. Russell 153, 183 

Wilson, Scott 73 

Winter, Sesame 104 

Winter, Susanne 48, 96 

Winters, Terry 153 

Wise, John 115, 177 

Wise, Kellie 89, 94, 165 

Wise, Meghan 94, 153 

Witherspoon, Kevin 165 

Witt, Brandon 165 

Witten, Erica 59, 97, 165 

Witten, Jason 48 

Wolchko, John 48, 52, 76, 117, 207 

Wolenski, Cerrissa 165 

Woienski, Phaedra 153 

Woienstein, Thadra 112 

Womick, Brandon 177 

Woodall, Erick 48 

Woodford, Beau 48, 51, 112 

Woodruff. Barnett 165, 187 

Woodruff, De'Chelia 48 

Woods, Aprielle 90, 91, 165 

Woods, Dante 48 

Woods, Douglas 165, 183 

World Changers 105 

Worlhy-Sinclai, Myneetto 153 

Wrestling 66 

Wright, Johnnetta 165 

Wright, Tequilla 91,92. 154, 177 

W' ' ' ?oung leadership is a 
quality possessed by 
members of the Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

Yancy, Adrean 184 

Yannaras, Niki .... 2,89, 100. 101. 117, 118. 125, 
138, 177, 191 

Yannaras. Steve 138 

Yannaras, Steven 48,49, 101 

Yarbrough, Nichole 137, 177 

YariSh, Victoria 4, 86, 91, 92, 129, 177 

York, Richard 69, 80, 81, 130, 141, 185 




i 

Young, Devito 177 

Young, Jacqueline 19, 48, 89 

Young, Kelly 111, 177 

Young, Suron 153 

'^^SBB app your ID a.s you go 
through the 1 unch line 



Bryan Scheider, Shamuire Spivey, Lisa Udovich, Lori Mitskavich and Patti 
Carpenter inducted new members into the National Honor Society. 



Zagar, Frank 153 

Zagar, Marianne 177 

Zahorsky, Melinda 127, 177 

Zahurak, Melissa 165 

Zaiewski, Christopher 153 

Zbiegien, Daniel 48 

Zdanowicz, Michael 48 

Zdesar, Erika 153 

Zdesar. Stacy 117 

Zeigler Jr., Gerald 153 

Zele, Autumn 165 

Zellhofer, Theresa 48, 55, 109 

Zeman. Doug 182, 190, 191 

Zemba. Sharon 48 

Zevnik. Geoffrey 46, 79, 182, 194, 206 

Zhang, Ran 153 

Ziamba, Joshua 153 

Zielinski, Chris 95 

Zielinski, Michael 6, 13. 48, 89, 90, 91, 97 

Ziga, Haseena 153 

Zorman, Brian . 48, 55, 78, 79, 98, 102, 182, 194, 
207 

Zorman, Tim 191 

Zucca, Ron 37, 137, 141, 186 

Zupancic, Jaime 177 

Zupancic, Jason 45 

Zupancic, Megan 85 

ZuzicJr., Dino 4,72,76,91.97, 153 





Jean De Wine, Mike Lawrence, Andrew Walker, Beth Weinbrecht and Mary 
Tisi watching the water burn in chemistry class. 

National 
Honor 
Society 
members 
enjoying a 
luncheon in 
the library 
after the 
induction 



Jason Watkins phoning home for some 
information. 




Unit Principal, James Poulson explains 
something to Terrance Moore while 
Janelle Colini puts information into the 
appropriate mailbox. 




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MARGARET CORCORAN • DESHAWN HAMMOND. AMANDAHARRIS.DESIREE 

COUSETTE. MICHAEL CREEY. REBECCA HARRIS • DESTINY HARRIS . TERRY 

CRISMOR . SHAUN CUMMINGS . HARRISJR.TIFFANYHARRIS.STEPHANY 

TYNNYSHIA CURTIS . ALAN CVETOVAC . HASBERRY. CRAIG HATCHER. JENNIFER 

PANDORA DANA . RICHARD DATTILO • HAUSEN . CRAIG HEISS . KEVIN 

JAMES DAVIES . DARNEIL DAVIS . HENDRICKSON .CARA HEPPNER. RYAN 

JOHNATHAN DAVIS . TAYONNA DAVIS • HERAMB.JUAN HERNANDEZ. THOMAS 

SHANELLEDAWKINS.MATTHEWDEWINE HEUER . MICHAEL HIGGINS . KOURTNEY 

. ERINN DELANEY . ERICKA DENNIS • HIGHLAND . BERRY HILL III • DEANDRE 

JONATHAN DENNIS . REGAN DENT . HILL.ANDREWHILTON.WAKAKOHIRATA 

PATRICK Dl LALLA . CHRISTOPHER . ANGENETTE HOLINESS . SHAUN 

GOODEN.DONTE GOODWIN. JENNIFER HOLNESS . CHRISTOPHER HOLTZ . 

CHARLES HOWARD II . ROMERO HOWARD . URIAH HOWARD . AMY HOWELL . ALLISON HROVAT . KENNETH 
HUMPHREY JR . EUGENE HUNTER . TIFFANY HURT . AZIZI HUTSON . KIMBERLY HUTTON . BRIAN HYLKEMA 
. SHMERE INGRAM . DARICE IVORY . CHRISTINA JACKSON . NICOLE JACKSON . MARGARET JAKSE . JAMES 
JANOSIK . KIMBERLY JENKINS • MIKIA JENKINS . GARRETT JEROUSEK . MICHAEL JOCHUM . CEDRIC 
JOHNSON . DAVID JOHNSON • JOHNNY JOHNSON . JONATHAN JOHNSON . KIMBERLY JOHNSON 
MATRIKA JOHNSON • RIKI JOHNSON • MICHAEL JOLLY . TIFFANY JORDAN . PHILLIP KAMINSKI 
KRISTEN KASCAK . STEPHANIE KAZAR . MELISSA KELLER . SARAH KELLER . GREGORY KELLEY 
AMANDA KELLY . TYRONE KENNER • DANIEL KERESTELY . ERIN KILKENNEY . JEANNA KING 
CURTIN KOETH . KELLY KONTRA . TERRY KONTRA . MATTHEW KOONS . FREDERICK KOPE 
KIMBERLY KOSOVICH . CHRISTINA KOVACEVICH • JACOB KOVIT . MICHAEL KREISCHER 
MICHAEL KULCSAR . MICHELLE KUMEL . KATHRYN KUNSMAN . GANNON KUREY 

JOHN MC GRAW . CHARESE MC GREGOR 
. DANIEL MEDVES . ELIZABETH MEINKE 
. ANILDO MELICIO . ELLEN MELICIO 
SHAUN MELTON . DANIELLE MERRITT 
ALLISON METTI . AMANDA MEYER 
. RONETTA LA SHORE MATTHEW MIGNONA. MICHAEL MILDE 

BARRY LAWRENCE . MICHAEL MILLER . OUIDA MIMS . CHAD 

. LEAH LEDFORD • MITCHELL . LORI MITSKAVICH .MARK 

KAREN LEMIEUX. RONALD MOLK . JACQUELINE MONTGOMERY 

LOUIS LINDIC . ROBIN MOORE . SHANE MOORE 



DENISELARICCIA. 
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KEN LEBOWICZ . 
JAMES LEE. 
LEMIEUX 



CHRISTOPHER LITWINOWICZ . ANDY 
LUDVIK . TERRANCE MADDOX . DAN 
MADGERK • KEILA MALONE . RYAN 
MALONEY . QIANA MARTIN . TRACY 
MARTORELLO . SAHRIAH MATTHEWS . 
JASON MAY . ALLISON MC CLAIN . 
MAUREEN MC CLUSKEY . MATTHEW MC 
DERMOTT . MICHAEL MC DONALD . 
MATTHEW O'HARA . TOMISLAV OROZ . JANET ORTIZ 



TERRANCE MOORE . ERIN MORRISON 
MICHELLE MOSES . REGINALD MOSLEY 
MATTHEW MOSTER • MARISSA 
MUKAVETZK . KATRINA MURPHY 
MICHAELANN MURPHY . SEAN NELSON 
. TIQUASHIA NORRIS . EMILY NOVAK 
LOUIS NUNLEY JR . MOLLY BRIEN 
CATHLEEN O'GRADY 

SHERELLE OWENS . NICHOLAS OWES JR . JENNIFER 



PACHOLKE . VENCOTT PALMER . MICHAEL PAOLONI . ANNA PARADZIK • NIKNA PARRINO . ZINAL PATEL . 

ERIN PATTERSON . NICOLE PATTERSON . DRAGAN PAULIC . MAUREEN PAVICIC . ANNE PAYERCHIN . 

CHRISTY PEACOCK . OZZIE PENN JR . LORI PENNY . MICHELLE PENNY . ANTHONY PENNZA . 

GEORGIAN PERIC • KATHRYN PETTIT . RACHEL PETTIT . JEREMY PFAHL . TODD PFEIFER . 

TRAVIS PHELPS . CHRISTIAN PIERCE • TABITHA POLACHEK . RALPH POOLE . MONICA 

POVIRK . ARTIS POWELL . TAMILIA PRINCE . LANDON PROCTOR . GINA PRODAN . 

YANIRA PROKOP. TONY PRODAN . SCHENEE REED . MICHAEL REILLY . ALICIA 

RENIX . AMOS RENIX III . HILLARY RESNIK . GARY RHODES . ALAN RICE . 

CHRISTINE RICHARDS . SARA RICHARDSON • NICHOLAS RITZ . KEITH 

ROBERTS . ALLEN ROBINSON • TRAVIS ROCK . HEATHER RODICK 

• DAVID ROGERS . TERENCE ROHLKE . JANELLE ROUTEN . 



DOMINIC RUFO • REBECCA RUSHING • ERIN RYAN • CHRISTINE 
SANELLI • BRYAN SCHEIDER • KRISTOPHER SCHMIDT • CARRIE 
SCHOEN . WALTER SCHULTZ • PAUL SCHWEIKERT • DEMONN SCOTT • 
GEORGE SCOTT • JESSICA SERWATKA • SHAWN SHADY . COURTNEY SHARP 
•^ • BRIAN SHAW • KEVIN SHEA • KIMBERLEY SHIPPY • JASON SHORT • LESLIE 

SIDERS • BRIAN SIEDLER • MICHEL SIMENC • IVANA SIMICEVIC .ALBERT SIMPSON JR 
• SHELESTA SIMS • CHRISTOPHER SLAGLE • ALLEN SLAMIC • JOHN SMARSH . LELAND 
^ERDEL .JILL SMIALEK • ANTHONY SMITH • ERIC SMITH • FRANK SMITH • KIMBERLY SMITH 
. .r'FANY SMITH • APRIL SOLNOSKY .ANTHONY SPADA • SHAMUIRE SPIVERY • DAVID SPOONER • 
ALISON STAHRE • SUZANNE STAMBAUGH • JEREMY STAPLES • JOEL STAVANGE • SYNETT STEWART . 
KATHLEEN STOBIERSKI • MATTHEW STOUT • COURTNEY STRAH . NICOLE STRUKEL . JILL SWANSEGAR . 
ANTHONY SWITALSKI • KEVIN TAKSAR • LISA TAPLIN • JESSEE TATE • NICHOLAS TATE • ANITA TAYLOR • 
BRANDON TAYLOR • KELLEY TAYLOR • LAKESHIA WALKER • RICHARD WALKER 

LAKESHA TAYLOR • TAMSEN TAYLOR • • STEVEN WALKER • CAN DACE 

LUCIOUS TERRELL • DONTE THOMAS • WALLACE • TAUNON WARREN • 

JENNIFER THOMAS • JEROME THOMAS LASHUNDA WASHINGTON 

• SHALYN THOMAS • JAMES TILK • DEMETRIUS WATKINS . JASON 

ROSEANNE TIMM • NICHOLAS WATKINS • TERRANCE WATSON . 

TIRABASSI • MARTIN TOMSIC • JERROD NAJAH WEEAMS • JENEA WEEMS LA 

TORRENCE • NICHOLAS TRAFFORD • TREESE WEEMS • ROBERT WEIS • 

JANUARY TRAVEN • DUANE TRICK • HOWARD WESTERFIELD . EBONY 

JOSEPH TROBENTER • STEPHANIE WHEELER • MICHAEL WHITE • 

TROHA • CHRISTOPHER TRZCINSKI • VERNADETTE WHITE • TERREIA 

SCOTT TURMAN • LISA UDOVICH • WHITSETT • BENJAMIN WHITTAKER • 

ROBYN ULLE • ALLEN UNDERHILL • MATTHEW WIDAR . JENNIFER WIGGINS 

MICHAEL VALENTINE • PHOUT • EDDIE WILCOX • KALICIA WILLIAMS • 

VANNARATH • CRISTINA VEGA • SARAH ADRIENNE WILLIS • JENNIFER WILLIS • 

VERES • DRINA VURBIC • ELIZABETH SUSANNE WINTER • JASON WITTEN . 

>;{r VURUSIC • ALEXIS WADE .JOHN WAHL JOHN WOLCHKO • ERICK WOODALL • 

<ujX« brad WAID . JASON WAINA • BEAU WOODFORD • DE'CHELLA 

2 8E -'WOODRUFF . DANTE WOODS • STEVEN YANNARAS • JACQUELINE YOUNG • DANIEL ZBIEGIEN . MICHAEL 
S CO 5 OZDANOWICZP • THERESA ZELLHOFERP • SHARON ZEMBA • GEOFFREY ZEVNIK • MICHAEL ZIELINSKI • 
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ZJ^X.-^ AQUILANO • BRYAN ARENDT • BRADFORD ARMSTRONG • LAUREN ARNOLD . DE VON AVERY . 
52 cv O ^ RASHAAD BANDY • KEVIN BANKSA • NDRE BANKSTON • CHRISTINE BARQUINERO • CLIFF 

S H- Q i6 BARTLETT . JOSEPH BARZAL • KRISTIN BELL . SHAVON BELL . MAJIDA BESLEY . 

Q ^ IJ r; MONICA BITNER • THOMAS BLACKBURN • WILLIAM BLUHM • AKITA BOOKER • RECECCA 

J ui o ^ BORCHERT • DENNY BOSHR .JESSICA BOWSER • JAMES BOYD • KRISTINA BREWER • SHAUN 

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u» •- LARRY BROWN • WILLIAM BROWN JR • MICHAEL BRUNO • NORINE BRYANT • WILLIAM BUCHANNON • 

CLIFTON BUNTON • CHRISTOPHER BURRELL • EMANUEL BURTON III • FREDERICK BUSH III . RICHARD 

BUTERA • JEFFREY CAHILL • JENNIFER DANA • RICHARD DATTILO • JAMES 

CAPRETTA • AMANDA CARLETON • DAVIES • DARNEIL DAVIS • JOHNATHAN 

SARAH CARMEAN • PATRICIA DAVIS • TAYONNA DAVIS • SHANELLE 



CARPENTER • MIKE CARRUTH 
MICHAEL CARSEY • BELICIA CAVES 
LEROY CHAMPION • ZACHARY CHERNE 
NE'QUINNE CHIELO • JENNIFER CICCO 
SHANNON CLARK • TIFFANY CLARK 
SEAN CLARKE • PHILLIP COE JR 
BRIDGETTE COFIELD • AMBER COGLEY 
JOSEPH COLANTONIO • JAMIE COLE 
APRIL COMER • FRANCES CONNELLY 
BRYAN CONYERS • RICKY COOPER 



CORCORAN . DESHAWN COUSETTE 
MICHAEL CREEY • REBECCA CRISMOR 



DAWKINS . MATTHEW DE WINE • ERINN 
DELANEY . ERICKA DENNIS • JONATHAN 
DENNIS .REGAN DENT . PATRICK Dl 
LALLA . CHRISTOPHER GOODEN . 
DONTE GOODWIN . JENNIFER 
GRABIANOWSKI .KEVIN GRAHAM 
DANIELLE GRANDE • BRIAN GRANT 
ANGELA GRIDA . JAMES GRINSTEAD 
PATRICK GRISEZ • MAURICE HAIRSTON 
HANISHA HALL • MILTON HALL 



WILLIAM COOPER • MARGARET EDWARD HALLER • JOHN HAMMOND 



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JOSHUA HAMMOND. AMANDA HARRIS 

DESIREE HARRIS • DESTINY HARRIS 

SHAUN CUMMINGS . TYNNYSHIA TERRY HARRIS JR . TIFFANY HARRIS 

CURTIS . ALAN CVETOVAC . PANDORA STEPHANY HASBERRY . CRAIG 

HATCHER • JENNIFER HAUSEN . CRAIG HEISS . KEVIN HENDRICKSON . CARA HEPPNER • RYAN HERAMB . 

JUAN HERNANDEZ . THOMAS HEUER • MICHAEL HIGGINS . KOURTNEY HIGHLAND . BERRY HILL III . 

DEANDRE HILL . ANDREW HILTON . WAKAKO HIRATA . ANGENETTE HOLINESS . SHAUN HOLNESS • 

CHRISTOPHER HOLTZ . CHARLES HOWARD II . ROMERO HOWARD . URIAH HOWARD . AMY 

HOWELL. ALLISON HROVAT . KENNETH HUMPHREY JR . EUGENE HUNTER .TIFFANY HURT . 

AZIZI HUTSON . KIMBERLY HUTTON . BRIAN HYLKEMA .SHMERE INGRAM . DARICE 

IVORY . CHRISTINA JACKSON . NICOLE JACKSON . MARGARET JAKSE . JAMES 

JANOSIK . KIMBERLY JENKINS . MIKIA JENKINS . GARRETT JEROUSEK . 

MICHAEL JOCHUM . CEDRIC JOHNSON . DAVID JOHNSON . JOHNNY 

JOHNSON . JONATHAN JOHNSON . KIMBERLY JOHNSON . MATRIKA 

JOHNSON . RIKI JOHNSON . MICHAEL JOLLY . TIFFANY JORDAN . 

PHILLIP KAMINSKI . KRISTEN KASCAK . STEPHANIE KAZAR . 




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