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EUCLIDIAN 




Euclid High School 



711 East 222nd Street 



Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Volume 50 



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Fifty years of Euclid High School. Way back in the Fall of 
1949 the first students entered Euclid's halls. What an 
exciting experience for those new students. Everything was 
brand new and big. It was not as large then as it is now but it was 
still a very impressive building. Nine months later the first 
volume of the Euclidian was delivered. Now, fifty years later the 
fiftieth volume of the Euclidian was delivered. Many things have 
changed during those fifty years but one thing still remained 
constant. Euclid was committed to taking its students and giving 
them a chance to get the best education that they could get. The 
building has shown some signs of aging but the education 
process has not diminished. 





Cheerleaders like Kelly Baylog, Maryann Colvin, Nicole Samsa and Kendra 

/\Smith have been cheering for Euclid football teams for fifty years. Nate Dore is 

<^ 4 \ Theme in the Panther suit. 



Dawn Merritt and Katie Kolar bringing the 
ball down the field trying to get it into scoring 
position. There wasn't any girl's or boy's soccer 
when Euclid opened fifty years ago. 







Ryan Ptak fighting for 
the ball as he comes down 
the field. 






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Left: Katie Kolar trying to get the ball away 

from her opponent. 

Below: Students working on the Survey meet in 

the new biology classroom. The Survey is fifty 

years old but the classroom dates from the 

sixties. 

Below Left: Elizabeth Scheurman, Lindsay 
Beck, Melissa Shea, Laurie Mills, Michelle 
Fine, Jenni Kapeluch and Kendra Smith are 

getting ready to get the fans cheering for the 
football team. 





Students using the Library and the Auditorium which are part 

of the original building and are fifty years old. Theme { 5 




Things were a lot different fifty years ago. Hair styles were 
different. Clothes looked a lot different. Students were 
exposed to a multitude of different stimuli. One thing was 
not different. The students walking through Euclid's halls in 
1949 were about the same age as the students walking through 
her halls now. Students do different things than they did fifty 
years ago, but they still have a life in and out of school and they 
still belong to clubs and activities and organizations. Euclid still 
gave students a chance to prepare for the rest of their lives. 




STUDENT LIFE 



Left: Dawn Merritt controls the ball while Wendy Barker and 
Katie Kolar wait for a pass. 

Below: Manuel Ottinger brings the ball down the field while 
Tony Basalla waits to help. 

Bottom Left: Wide receiver, Joe Granito. carrying the ball for a 
gain after making a reception. 







Right: Chris Mayle and 
Steve Paternite dress 
differently from the way 
students dressed fifty years 
ago. 

Far Above Right: Kathy 
Blatnik enjoys her life on 
the soccer field. 
Below: Shannon Ivancic 
bumps the ball while Niki 
Sams, Sara Pfahl and 
Tina Amigoni look on. 
Below Right: Megan 
Ballinger, Katie Kolar, 
Shannon Setser, Lea 
Acino, Jodi Jalovec, Jesse 
Slovenec, Mary Beth Noll 
and Michelle Knistautas 
having fun at a going away 
party. 





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A student's life has changed in the past fifty years 




Melissa Bartchak and 
Suzanne Lucas are using 
the library as a source of 
information and also as a 
quiet place in which to 
study. Euclid students have 
been using the library as a 
source of information for 
fifty years. 






Above: The J.V. Football team running for a gain against the Strongsville team. 

Left: Dorian Gould and Hassan Brown are getting information about their opponent's weakness from coach 

Chet Nolan. 

Below Left: Susan King, Megan Novinc, Mary Tracy and Karen Salisbury describing how the Survey is 

going to be produced throughout the year. 

Below Right: Bridget Resnik watches a filter flask being supported from Mary Tisi's hand by the suction 

produced by an aspirator. 





Student Life 




Right: Megan Lipiec and 
David Kilkenney 

conduct the Marching 
Band during halftime 
ceremonies. 

Far Above Right: Jeff 
Sierputowski knows that 
information in his 
textbooks will help him 
pass his courses. 

Far Right: Majorettes, 
Flag Corps and Marching 
Band members working 
together to put on 
halftime events. 



Below: Derik Malenda 

works hard in all his 
classes. 

Below Right: Ron Tyler, 
Mark Lucas and Kevin 
Carse listening to 
information about the 
opponents from coach 
Pete Schwenke. 



LIVING 





HOMECOMING 

GAME 



Homecoming week began on 
October 5 which Student 
Council declared as Hat Day. 
Tuesday was Mismatch Day, Wednesday 
was Jersey Day and Thursday was Blue 
and Gold Day. Many students partici- 
pated in these activities leading up to the 
Homecoming game with Mentor. Euclid 
struggled throughout the game and was 
only ahead by a score of 13-12 with less 
than six minutes left in the game. After 
that, Hassan Brown intercepted a 
Mentor pass and returned it 22 yards for 
a touchdown that made the final score 
20-12. Euclid only gained 32 rushing 
yards and the only way they were able to 
stay in the game was to cause Mentor to 
commit five turnovers in the second half. 
The game turned out to be a good 
beginning for the Homecoming week- 
end. 




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Above: Cordell Morris, escorted by Mrs. Marilyn 
Foote, was introduced at the football game. 
Right: Allison Penko, Allison Abiecunas, Ryan 
Sarpolis, Mary Tisi, Manuel Ottinger and 
Rebeccah Jenkins wore hats for Hat Day. 
Far Right: Suzanne Lucas was introduced at the 
football game. 



12 \ Homecoming 





Above Far Left: Student 
Marching Band Directors, 
David Kilkenney and Megan 
Lipiec lead the Marching 
Band onto the field a the 
beginning of the game. 
Above Left: Dorian Goulde 
carrying the ball for a gain as 
Brandon Richardson helps 
block. 



Left: Brandon Linton gets around the right end to pick up some yards after Brandon Richardson made a block. 

Above: Varsity Chorale singing the National Anthem to begin the game. 

Below Left: Katie Kolar, Tina Peric, Antonio Spencer, Bernadette Walker, Nikki Sams and Amber La Fountain show how you can 

mismatch when you dress. 

Below Right: Hassan Brown being congratulated by Shaun Chatman and Fielding Cloud after recovering one of Mentor's fumbles. 





On Saturday evening, October 10, 
1998, after a week of pep rallies, 
Homecoming Court elections, 
and displays of school spirit, the Euclid 
High Student Council held its annual 
Homecoming dance. Over 700 students 
attended the enchanted evening in Paris 
gala. The E-Room had been decorated 
with gorgeous French paraphernalia and 
a D.J. played all of the student bodies 
favorite hits. The Homecoming was 
originally announced during halftime the 
previous evening but they were again 
introduced at the dance. Mercedes Ivey 
was the sophomore attendant, Julie 
Stobierski the junior attendant, Suzanne 
Lucas was Homecoming Queen and 
Cordell Morris was King. All were 
present and showing their school spirit. 
All who attended had a fantastic night 
which created some great memories that 
would last forever. 

-Amy Burya 




Laura dicker and Eric Leppelmeier get their 
picture taken for their memories. 
Shannon Setser and Greg Schonauer dancing during 
the court dance. 

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ANIGHT 



More than 700 students i 




Top: Many of the students that had fun during Homecom 
ing. 

Above: Principal. Mr. Ron Seymour talks to Homecom- 
ing Court members during the dance. 



INPARIS 

ijoy Homecoming dance 








Above Left: Queen. Suzanne Lucas and King. 

Cordell Morris after learning about their victory at 

the game. 

Top: Monique Aldridge and Julie Stobierski were 

the junior attendant candidates. Julie was the junior 

attendant. 

Above: Mercedes Ivey and Tenisha Hall were the 

sophomore attendant candidates. Mercedes was the 

sophomore attendant. 

Left: Students waiting to get their picture taken at the 

dance. 

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Fifty years ago, seniors entered their first and last year at 
Euclid high school. Euclid High School was a brand new 
building that fifty years later would hold many memories 
for many thousands of students. As this year's seniors looked 
back on their graduation, they experienced many emotions. 
Though they may feel that way, they must not forget the changes 
they've gone through, growing in different ways, the times of 
celebration and the times they would rather forget. Emotionally 
students grew and learned how to love, have faith, control hatred, 
and even trust. 




Right: Jeff Evans and Niki 
Yannaras are seniors who work 
hard and are looking forward to a 
successful future. 
Far Right: Laurel Grundman, 
Katy Carmichael and Leah 
Cherne have accomplished much 
during their years at Euclid. 
Below: Ada Cunningham is 
working hard trying to figure out 
how to take good pictures. 
Below Right: Seniors at an 
assembly learning about what to 
expect from their senior year. 



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Salibury, 
Shannon 
Ivancic, Alex 
Brinovec and 
Megan 
Novinc. 




Above: Liz Copic and Vicky Yarish practicing 

with their Hags for the Friday night football 

game. 

Right: Golf Team members, Brian La Bounty, 

Mike Suchy, coach, Barbara Ramlow, Matt 

Flynt, Nick Malnar and Jeff Evans getting ready 

to go out on the course. 



20 > Seniors 



By the time a student became a senior they had a good under 
standing of the workings of their school. Seniors were the 
most knowledgeable and understanding of the workings of 
Euclid High School. Seniors always had the highest level of exper- 
tise in the high school. The class of 1999 was no exception. Many of 
them were hard working individuals who were doing their best to 
prepare themselves for the years ahead. Fifty years ago the first class 
graduated from Euclid High School well prepared for the world they 
were about to enter. The class of 1999 was also ready for the world 
they were about to enter. 





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Above Left: Amy Salupo, Ray Westbrooks. and Katie Dobucki getting ready to begin their day. 

Above Right: Cordell Morris getting ready to run his pass pattern. 

Left: Quarterback. Tom Soini, running around the left end for a good gain before he got injured in the Lake 

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Seniors< 



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Top: Rachel Eiding and Brian Lennon are enjoying their senior year. 

Above: Melissa Ahmetovic, Katy Carmichael, Lynne Stern, Rick 
Glavan, Laurel Grundman, Pat Gutbrod, Ingrid Orlic and Brian 
Paoloni having a good time in their class. 



22 > Seniors 



Top: Rich Dotson, Michelle Knistautas, Jodi Jalovec, Jay Zagar, Lea Acino, Jesse 
Slovenec and John Wolchko enjoying themselves at Homecoming. 
Above: Katy Collins and Wendy Barker have a good time in their classes. 




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Left: Mario Marusic 

makes a diving save 

during soccer. 

Below: Lynne Stern 

keeps memories in her 

locker. 

Bottom: Van Monroe 

getting off a pass during 

the game. 

Below Left: Marching 

Band members in the 

stands during the game. 











1973 



Lea Acino 



Mareello Acino 



Daemyon Adams 



Melissa Ahmetovic 








Lisa Alkema 



Charmaine Allen 



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Karin Anderson 



Laura Anderson 







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Rick Bartel 



Joseph Barzal 



Lisa Basalla 



Takara Baugh 



1974 



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Thomas Bauza 



Natalie M. Beck 






Michael Belanich 



Brandon Bell 



Jamie Benak 




Chris Biehl 




Johnny Booth 




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Jonathan Black 




Michael Boothe 




Kathleen Blatnik 




Tiffani Borden 




Holly Bowmaster 



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Rachel Blevins 




Melissa Brady 



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1975 



Wendi Brichacek 



Alexandrea Brinovec 



Gibran Britt 



Ronald Broughton Jr. 





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Nicole Candow 



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David Cerne 



Leah Cherne 



Michael Christopher 





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Steven Cipo 



Patrick Clarke 



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Gabriel Cogley 





Nicholas Colantonio Anthony Coleman 






Janelle Colini 



Chandra Collier 



Katie Collins 




Jamie Comer 




Shayla Conner 




Cynthia Cook 




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Elizabeth Copic 



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1977 



Monica Corpening 



James Cothron 



Wesley Crane III 



Ada M. Cunningham 







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Alma Curie 



Elizabeth CfffiSa 



Jamie D Apice 



David D'Amico 



Kelly Daly 








Jervase Daniels 



Cherise Dawkins 



Stephen Dawson Jr. 



Timothy Day 



Franklin R. De Luca 








Krishauna De Ramus 



Sarah Deal 



Michelle De Loach 



Michael Dennis 



Zernearia Dent 



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Nick Di Biase 



Molly Dindia 



Dennis Disbrow 



Katherine A. Dobucki 



1978 








Christopher Dostal 



Holly S. Douglas 



Quinta Douglas 



Rita R. Dowe 



Autumn Duckworth 








Almir Duheric 



Diana E. Dukes 



Shaneika Duncan 



Janelle Easter 



Dave Edmonds 




Leah M. Edmonds 




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Monique Rene Egleton 




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1979 



Jeff Evans 



Petrice Evans 



Ryan A. Farkas 



Thomas P. Feldkamp 






Amie Ficere 



Lisa Focarelli 



Michael Freeman 





David Fulton 








Michael Gates Jr. 



Ricci Gaughan 



Matthew Gillessen 



Shannon Glatz 



Richard Glavan 




Shaun Glicken 




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Laura dicker 




Deaonma Gooden 




Dorian Goulde 




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Teddie Graves 



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Tennille Graves 



Kenneth Gravitte 



Edward Gray 



Christian Green 



1980 




Budd Greene 




Jonathan Gudaitis 




Khabeah Hall 




Brian Grice 




Yahaira Guilfu Diaz 




Maria Hall 




Kevin Grisez 




Patrick Gutbrod 




Benjamin Halstead 



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Adriane Groudle 




Zarina Haddon 




Karen Hanson 



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Laurel Grundman 




Jacqueline Hale 




Ebonie L. Harrington 



Seniors< 31 



SUMMER TRAVELING 

Euclid students spent time in Germany 



Senior Lisa Basalla and junior 
Sara Pfahl had a chance of a life 
time during the summer of 1998 
when they were able to spend two weeks 
in Germany. They stayed with the 
Deiseroth family in a village near the 
city of Kassel. Lisa and Sara already 
knew the brother Andreas and sister 
Sandra. Both had been in Euclid several 
years ago and had stayed with Sara's 
family. Sara and Lisa remained good 
friends with Andreas and Sandra during 
that time. They finally took the opportu- 
nity to visit their German friends on 
Wednesday, June 24. During their stay, 
they experienced the culture firsthand. 
Neither Sara nor Lisa knew any German, 
yet for the most part they were able to 
communicate. Sara and Lisa saw four 
exquisite places and a famous German 
circus Flic Flac. During their stay, they 
spent a weekend in a youth hostel in 
Berlin. They were fascinated by all the 
history that surrounded them. They were 
able to walk along parts of the Berlin 
Wall and went to the Check Point 
Charlie Museum. Besides all the impres- 
sive structures, the German people in 
general were extremely friendly and 
kind. Lisa and Sara look forward to 
visiting again sometime in the future. 
-Lisa Basalla 






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host family's daughter. Sandra Deiseroth. 

Right: The victory column in Berlin built in honor 
of the largest German state's victory over 
Denmark, Austria and France. 




FAVORITE TEACHER 

Seniors voted for the teacher they liked 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 appealed to some of the 
student body. The winner for the second 
year in a row was Mr. Jeff Hartman. In a 
close second place was Ms. Diane 
Maroli. Mrs. Carol Tkac, even though 
she retired last year was in third place. 



Tied for fourth place was Mr. Steve 
Marcu and Mrs. Marketa President. 
Next was Mr. Robert Heramb,. Other 
teachers mentioned, in no particular 
order, were: Ingrid Koenig, Barbra 
Masseria, Edie Mellen, Chris Torrelli, 
Tom Banc, Katie Morris, Sean 
O'Toole, Betsy Anness, Susan Dennis- 
Rogers, Bill Von Benken, Deborah 
Petrick, Sue Amato, Vicki Nally, Lisa 



Platko, Stan Bender, Kim Dixon, Janet 
Ulle, Jo Rita Perez, Jean Jelenic, Ron 
Zucca, Michelle Mc Garry, Bea 
Gruscow, Roy Pignatiello, Robert 
Smith, Jim Kelly, Judy Mc Laughlin, 
Frank Soltesz, Robert Ramlow, Fred 
Schroeder, Maria Clinkscales, Mike 
Rezzolla, Reggie Echols, Tony Rozman, 
Gayle Flament, Lucy Piatt, Lisa Mc 
Leod, Laura Boyd and Larry Issacs. 




Above Left: Jeff 
Hartmann 
instructing in his 
class. 

Top: Denis 
Langsdale with Mr. 
Robert Heramb. 
Above: Mike 
Rezzolla with some 
os his students. 
Far Left: Ms. Sue 
Amato working 
with her students. 

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1983 



T. R. Hartley 



Michael Hartson 



Amin Harville 



Enisha Sha'nae Ni-Ni 
Hawkins 







Gerald Headd II 



Michelle Heising 



Brandon Henderson 



Jessica Hendrickson 



Leslie Hicks 






Tracey Hicks 



Leslie Hill 



Jonathon Hoinski 



LaMaria D. Holmes 



Steven Horton 






Tyson Hottenroth 



Shermel Yvette Howard 



Maria Hristova 



Lanetta Huey 



Shannon Ivancic 



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Beth Jackson 



Brian Jackson 



Maurice Jackson 



Alvenia Jaggers 



1984 









Crystal Jamerson 



Erika James 



Damion Johnson 



Gregory Johnson 



Scott Johnson 







Lawrence Jones 





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Anita Kochevar 



Samantha Koerber 



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Katie Kolar 



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1985 



Matthew Krutsch 



Jenna Kuklica 



Wallace Lach 



Denis Langsdale 




Bobby Larkin Jr. 








Taryn M. Launch 



Brian Leben 



Brian Lennon 



Laquonta Lewis 





Chen Li 



Jason Linton 



Megan Lipic 



Chanel Lockett 



Adrienne Lorber 




Jason Loveless 



Suzanne M. Lucas 



J. Damon Luksich 



Jolena Macklin 



Cris Nicole Maddox 



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Mizell Mahoney 



Edward Markuz 



Keith Martin 



Mario Marusic 



1986 




Frank Mastalski 





Christopher M. Mayle 



Anthony Mc Carthy 



Kathleen Mc Cluskey 



Stephanie Mc Elrath 







Ryan Mc Gill 



Ebonie Mc Kinney 



Melissa Medlen 



Shaun Melton 



Dawn Merritt 




Gregory Meyers 



Jayson Middleton 



Michael S. Miklavcic 




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Nanci Miklowski 



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1987 



Jimmy Miller Jr. 



Haris Mlivic 



Steve Modelski 



Cordell Morris 





Antonio Moses 



Daniel Moxley 



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Anthony Murphy 




Melanie Myers 



William Nelson 




Mary Beth Noll 



Megan Novinc 



Andrea O Connor 



Delvonna Oliver 



Seleste Oliver 




Todd Oravecz 



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Brian Paige 



Aaron Panter 



Brian Paoloni 



Calvin Parker Jr. 



1988 






Omega Parker 



Tina Peric 



Molly Petras 



Robert Petrochic 



Peter Phillips 





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Amy Pierce 



Robert Polachek 





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Geoffrey Quigley 



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Atini Ransaw 



Marco Razzauli 



Sarah Reaaan 






Erin Reilly 



Brandon Richardson 



Chavon Riattins 



Kenneth Rogers 



James Roth 






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Jennifer Rys 



Ansie Sabbath 



Kongsy Saengchareun 



Khemeo Sahye 




Karen E. Salisbury 




Amy Salupo 



Nicholette Sams 




Nick Santucci 




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Kristopher Schmidt 



Gregory Schonauer 



1990 







Edward Schoval 



Emeri Scott II 



Jessica Scott 



Kirk Sederholm 



Daniel J. Seifried 






Margaret Shannon Setser 



Brandon Shaw 



Richard Shepherd 



Ross Shirey 



Jeff Sierputowski 




Jason Skok 




Matthew Slabe 




Daniel Slepsky 



Michael Slogar 



Daniel Smith 



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Emmanuel Smith 



Ryan Smith 



Shayla T. Smith 



Thomas Soini 




David Solema 



John Spada 



Abby Stanic 



Lynne T. Stern 



Demond Stevens 




Nicholas Strell 



Vishantie Sudama 



Thomas Sustar 




Sharon Switalski 




Catrina Tanner Brandon C. D. Thomas Julia Thompson 



Jason Tolliver 



Randy Toloe 



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Terry Tomlinson 



Kimberly Ann Tramsak 



James Tucci 



Evexyzia Tukes 



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Lakisha Turner 



Amanda Tutolo 



Ronald Tyler Jr. 



Valerie Van Ho 



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Sheri Vaslavsky 



Michael Vereh 



Tommie Viraies Jr. 



Chris Vohnout 



Devin Voll 




Michael Vuyancih 



Karen Wade 



Nicole Wallace 



Rodney Walton Jr. 



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Seniors< 43 



LONG TIME EUCLID RESIDENTS? 

Most seniors not native to Euclid 



TRANSIENT POPULATION 




HAVE YOU 
ATTENDED 
EUCLID 
SCHOOLS ALL 
YOUR LIFE? 



YEARS IN EUCLIO SCHOOLS 



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A poll was distributed to all 
seniors at the beginning of the 
year in which they were asked if 
they had attended Euclid schools all of 
their lives. Most students had not but the 
percentages were about the same as the 
previous year. They were then asked how 
many years they had attended Euclid 
schools. These percentages were very 
similar to the previous year's with the 
exception of those attending four years 
where the class of 1999 had a much 
higher percentage(39.7%) than the class 
of 1998(18.5%). 




Above: Senior Principal. Mrs. Marilyn Foote. gets a 

pie in her face because the seniors cheered the loudest 

at the rally. 

Right: Brandon Richardson and Dawn Merritt 

dancing at Homecoming. 

Far Right: Alex Brinovcc and Julie Thompson 

thinking about their classes. 

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CALL YOUR HOUSE YOUR HOME? 
Most seniors live in a house 




In the same survey, seniors were asked 
if they lived in a house. By far most of 
them replied that they did and the 
percentages were about the same as the 
previous year showing that most of the 
seniors were attached to the Euclid 
community through their place of living. 





tselow: Dave Kilkenney, Ryan Farkas, Jenny Emser and Jen Davies 

playing the salute for Homecoming announcements. 



Left: Devin Voll, Niki Sams, 
Katie Kolar and Karen 
Hanson must have been 
thinking about something else 
when they got dressed this 
morning. 

Below: I wonder what Ursula 
Wein thinks about as she runs 
all those miles. 




Above: Seniors enjoying one of their classes. 

Left: Lea Aeino, Jodi Jalovec and Shannon Setser went camping during the summer of 1998. 



Seniors< 



COLLEGE BOUND 

Most seniors plan on going to college 



ARE YOU PLANNING ON 
GOING TO COLLEGE? 



Seniors were asked whether or now they were planning on going to college. More 
than 90% of the responding students replied that they were intending on going to 
college. This is a little more that the percentage from last year. It shows that most 
seniors realize the importance of getting a college education. 




Top: Leah Cherne, Abby Stanic and Maria Williams studying hard to go to 

college. 

Above: Oral Williams and Alex Brinovec wrestling for a better position in class 

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Melissa Ahmetovic: Volleyball 9, 1 0, 1 1 ; Career Exploration 1 1 ; NHS 11,12. 
Wendy Barker: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Gymnastics 10,1 1,12, Captain 10,1 1.12; 
NHS 1 1,12; Big Show 10,12; Peer tutor 12; Office runner 12; Band Roadie 
10,11,12; Career Exploration 11,12; Choral Masters 11. 
Rick Bartel: Baseball 9,10; NHS 11,12; Office runner 11,12. 
Lisa Basalla: Volleyball 9,10,1 1; AFS 10,11,12; SAVE 10,11,12; Wai Napolo 
9,10,1 1,12; Peer tutor 10,1 1,12; Office Aide 12; Career Exploration 11,12; 
Student Council 9,12; Survey 11,12. 
Takara Baugh: Clinic Aide 10,1 1,12. 

Natalie M. Beck: Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12; AFS 11,12: Student Council 12. 
Chris Biehl: Baseball 9: Soccer 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Ski Club 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 
Kathleen Blatnik: Soccer 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Softball 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 
Alexandrea Brinovec: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 
10,11,12. 

Jessica Burns: OWE 12. 

Katy Carmichael: AFS 10,11,12, president 11; Survey 10,11,12, Features Co- 
editor 11.12; NHS 1 1,12; Eucuyo 9,10; Ski Club 9,10. 
Kevin Carse: Football 9,11,12; Wrestling 9,10,1 1.12; NHS 11,12. 
Leah Cherne: Student Council 9,10,11,12, Secretary 11, Vice-President 12; 
Football cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12; Basketball Cheerleading 9,10,11,12; Peer 
tutor 10,1 1,12; Peer mediation 9.10,1 1,1 2; NJROTC 1 1 . 1 2. Public affairs 
officer 1 1 , Executive officer 12, Color guard 1 1,12, Drill team 11.12; Varsity 
Chorale 10,11,12, Vice-President 11; Big Show 9,10,12; Christmas Play 10; 
Track 11; NHS 11,12; Career Explorations. 

Nichelle Church: Track 9,10; VONL 9; Drill team 9; Office runner 9.10,1 1 
Brian Cocherell: Band 9,10,11,12, Section leader 1 1: Cleveland Youth Wind 
Symphony 10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 9,10,12; NHS 11,12. 
Katie Collins: Student Council 9.10,12; Choraliers 9; Choral Masters 
10,11,12; Survey 12; NHS 1 1.12; Marching Band Roadie 10.11,12. 
Ada M. Cunningham: Student Council 9; Marching Band 9,10,11.12, Section 
leader 1 1,12; Concert Band 9,10,1 1.12, Concert Master 11.12; Symphony 
Orchestra 11,12; Symphonic Winds. 
David D'Amico: Baseball 9,12; Wrestling 10,1 1,12. 
Timothy Day: Band 9,10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 10.11.12. 
Sarah Deal: Ski Club 10.11. 
Franklin R. De Luca: Band 9,10; Jazz Band 11,12. 
Krishaunda DeRamus: Indoor track 9.10,12; Outdoor track 1 1. 
NickDiBiase: Band 9,10. 

Katherine A. Dobucki: NHS 1 1.12; Yearbook 12. 

Holly S. Douglas: Indoor track 9. 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2; Outdoor track 9.10,11,12; Soccer 
11. 

Dave Edmonds: Football 9,10,11,12; Track 10,1 1. 

Monique Rene Egleton: Orchestra 9,10,1 1; VONL 9.10,1 1; Choir 9,10; Hag 
corps 10; Student Council 9.10; Track aide 9,10,11.12. 

Jennifer Emser: Marching Band 9, 10, 1 1 . 1 2, Section and Squad leader 11,12; 
Concert Band 9,10,1 1,12. Section leader 12; Jazz Band 9,10,1 1,12, Section 
leader 11,12; Orchestra 10,11,12; Student Council 9,10; Big Show Orchestra 
10,12. 

NicEslick: Indoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track 9,10,1 1.12 
Jeff Evans: Golf 9,10,11, 12; Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Ski Club 9,10,11, 12; 
Student Council 9,10,1 1,12. 

Ryan A. Farkas: Band 9, 10. 1 1 , 1 2, Vice president 1 2; NHS 11,12; Jazz Band 
9,10,11.12, Student director 12; Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony 11,12; 
Lakeland Jazz Impact 1 2. 

Thomas P. Feldkamp: Key Club 9,10,1 1,12, Sophomore rep 10, Senior rep 
12; Survey 10,11,12; AV Club 10,11,12. 

Melanie Fuller: Peer Tutor 10; NHS 11,12; Career Explorations 10. 
Dorian Goulde: Football 9,10,11,12, captain 9.10,12; Basketball 9,10,1 1,12, 
captain 9,10,12; Track 9,10,11,12, captain 9,10,12. 
Edward Gray: OWE 12. 

Christian N. Green: VONL 9,10.1 1,12; AFS 1 1 ; Poetry Club 9,10. 
Kevin Grisez: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Golf 9,10,1 1 . 
Adriane Groudle: OWA 10; OWE 12. 

Laurel Grundman: Student Council 9,10,1 1,12; Peer tutor 10,11; NHS 11,12. 
Jonathan Gudaitis: Band 9,10,1 1,12; Key Club 9,10,12; Cross Country 
9,11,12. 

Patrick Gutbrod: NJROTC 9.10,11, Officer 9,10,1 1: Big Show 10,12; 
Football 9,10. 

Zarina Haddon: Office runner 10,11; Basketball aide 10. 
David Whitey Hance: Football 9,10,1 1; NJROTC 9,10. 
Ebonie L. Harrington: Office runner 1 1 . 

T. R. Hartley: Swim team 9; NJROTC 9,10,1 1,12; Office runner 12. 
Enisha Sha'nae Ni-Ni Hawkins: Basketball 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2. 
Leslie Hill: DECA 11,12. 

La Maria D.-Holmes: Peer mediation 12: Choral Masters 11. 
Shermel Yvette Howard: VONL 10: Student Council 10; DECA 11,12. 



SENIORS 
INVOLVED IN 
ACTIVITIES 

For many students school began at 7:40 am and ended at 
2:25 pm and the time before and after that was devoted 
to a job or themselves. But for many Euclid students 
school began before 7:40 am or continued after 2:25 pm if they 
were involved in extracurricular activities. Many students were 
involved in sports which were played after school but were 
often practiced before school while many others participated in 
some of the many club or music groups that were available to 
anyone who wanted to participate. If someone had an interest 
there was probably some organization at Euclid that could 
fulfill their interest. 




Top: Marco Razzauti, Sarah Pfahl, Lisa Basalla, Ted Karpy. John Wolchko 
and Ursula Wein enjoyed the Homecoming Dance which was sponsored by 
Student Council members. 

Above: Melissa Brady, Julie Whitely and Jennifer Muhvic enjoyed being 
trainers for the football team. 

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Seniors were 
asked 
whether or 
not they enjoyed 
their years at 
Euclid High 
School. 71 per 
cent said that they 
did and 12 per 
cent said they did 
not. Last year only 
56 per cent said 
that they had 
enjoyed their years 
at Euclid and 20 
per cent said that 
they did not. 
These data were 
consistent with 
data for the past 
several years. 




Top: Students arriving to Homecoming Dance had to check in at the door. 
Middle: Cordell Morris, Brandon Richardson, Greg Schonauer, Christina 
Browski, Crystal Jamerson, Suzanne Lucas, Dawn Merritt and Shannon Setser 
were candidates for Homecoming court. 

Above: Karen Hanson, Wendy Barker, Dawn Merritt, Katie Kolar, Megan 
Ballinger, Janelle Colini, Suzanne Lucas and Kathy Blatnik were senior athletes 
who were honored at the Lakewood football game. 

> Seniors 



Shannon Ivancic: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; Track 11;NHS 11,12; Survey 11,12, 
Production manager 12. 

Beth Jackson: Softball 9; DECA 11,12. President 12. 

Crystal Jamerson: Track 9; VONL 9,10,1 1,12, President 11; Student Council 
9,10.11,12, Treasurer 10; Varsity Chorale 10,1 1. 
Erika James: Cultural Club 10; DECA 11,12. 

Susan P. King: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Survey 9,10.1 1.12, Co-editor-in-chief 
10,11.12; NHS 11.12, President 12; Student Council 12; Key Club 9,10,12; 
Science Olympiad 9; Track 1 1 ; Academic Challenge 1 1 ; Choral Masters 1 1 , 
piano accompaniment 1 1 : Big Show 10; Holiday Play 10; Peer tutor 10.1 1; 
Office runner 12. 

Michelle Knistautas: Ski Club 11,12; Career explorations 12. 
Samantha Koerber: OWE 11,12; Volleyball 9; Orchestra 9.10,11. 
Taryn M. Laurich: Softball 9,10,1 1; Football trainer 9.10: Basketball trainer 
9, 10; Office aide 10, 11, 12. 
Chen Li: Soccer 9; Chess Club 9. 

Megan Lipiec: Marching Band 9,10.1 1.12, Field commander 11.12, Secretary 
11, 12; Pep Band 9,10,1 1,12; Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12; Concert Band 9,10,1 1,12; 
Big Show Pit 9.10.12; NHS 1 1,12; Peer tutor 1 1,12; Key Club 9.10.1 1,12, 
Treasurer 10; Gymnastics 11,12. 
Jason Linton: Football 9; Baseball 9. 

Suzanne M. Lucas: Soccer 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10.1 1,12; Softball 
9,10,11.12. 

Jolena Macklin: Office runner 11,12. 
Chris Nicole Maddox: Basketball 9: Poetry Club 10. 
Edward Markuz: Survey 10.11,12. 
Keith Martin: Football 12. 
Mario Marusic: Soccer 9,10.1 1,12; Football 12. 

Christopher M. Mayle: Swim Team 9,10.1 1,12: Key Club 9,10.12: Varsity 
Chorale 10,1 1,12; Band 1 1.12; Big Show 9,10,12; Jazz Band 1 1,12. 
Michael S. Miklavcic: Cross Country 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Swim team 
9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Track 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Survey 10,1 1,12; NHS 
11.12; Student Council 12; Ski Club 12; Yearbook 12. 
Nanci Miklowski: Marching Band 9,10,1 1; Concert Band 9.10,11,12; NHS 
1 1,12, Corresponding secretary 12. 

Steve Modelski: Indoor Track 9. 10. 1 1 . 1 2, Captain 12; Outdoor track 
9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Cross-country 10,1 1,12, Captain 12. 
Megan Novinc: Softball 9,10,11.12; Tennis 11,12; Survey 9,10,11,12, News 
Co-editor 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2: Key Club 9.10.11.12. Secretary /Treasurer 1 1 : Peer tutor 
10,11; NHS 1 1,12; Science Olympiad 9.10.1 1,12; Student Council 12. 
Ingrid Orlic: AFS 10,11,12, Secretary 11,12: SAVE 11.12. 
Manny Ottinger: Soccer 12; Hockey 12; Tennis 12; AFS 12. 
Omega Parker: VONL 10,11,12: Drill team 10,11. 

TinaPeric: Volleyball 9.10.11,12. Captain 12: Swim team9,10,l 1,12. Co- 
captain 11,12; DECA 11,12. 

Amanda M. Price: Student Council 9,10,12; Yearbook 12; Wai Napolo 
9,10,11,12, Asst. Show Director 11; Marching Band 9.10,11,12, Section leader 
11,12; Concert Band 9.10,1 1,12; Ski Club 11,12; NHS 11,12: AFS 12. 
Brandon Ptak: Soccer 9. 1 0.1 1 , 1 2 ; Basketball 9. 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2. 
Erin Reilly: Volleyball 9.10,1 1; NHS 11.12; Survey " 1 1,12; Student Council 
10.12; Ski Club 12. 
De Onte Rucker: OWE 11,12. 
Karen E. Salisbury: Survey 9,10,1 1.12. Co-editor-in-chief 10,1 1.12; Softball 
9, 1 0. 1 1 , 1 2, Co-captain 9, 1 0; Tennis 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2. Co-captain 11.12: Science 
Olympiad 9,10,11,12; NHS 1 1,12; Orchestra 9,10,11; Peer tutor 11,12; Career 
explorations 1 1,12; Key Club 9,10,1 1,12. 

Amy Salupo: Volleyball 9,10; Cross-country 11,12; Big Show 10: NHS 11,12; 
Career explorations 1 1 . 

Nicholette Sams: Volleyball 9.10,1 1.12. Softball 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2; Key Club 
9,10,1 1,1 2; Survey 9,10.1 1,12, Business manager 10.1 1.12; NHS 11,12; 
Student Council 9,12; Career explorations 12; Peer tutor 12. 
Satasha Navada Javelle Sawyer: Choir 10. 

Nikole Schiffbauer: Swim team 9,10,1 1; Track 12; Softball 9.10; Office 
runner 1 1 . 

Gregory Schonauer: Soccer 9,10,11; Hockey 9,10.1 1.1 2: Ski Club 9,10,1 1, 12: 
Student Council 10,11,12 

Daniel J. Seifried: Academic Challenge 11,12; Fall play 9,10.1 1.12; Big Show 
9,10,12; Varsity Chorale 10.1 1,12, President 12: Key Club 9,10.1 1.12, 
Freshman rep. 9, President 10, Junior rep. 1 1, Treasurer 12: Student Council 
11,12; Survey 9,10.1 1,12; NHS 11.12: Morning announcer 11,12; Peer tutor 
10,1 1,12; Peer mediation 10,11,12; Career explorations 9,10,1 1,12; Office 
runner 11,12; DARE role model 1 1; Tennis 9; Choral Masters 12; Cultural Club 
1 1,12: Holiday Play 9,10; Eucuyo 1 1. 

Margaret Shannon Setser: Softball 9,10; Volleyball 9.10.1 1.12; Student 
Council 12; Ski Club 10.11,12. 
Jeff Sierpotowski: Soccer 9.10,1 1,12. 



Daniel Slepsky: NJROTC 9,10,1 1,12; Band 9,10,11,12; Pit Band 10; Pep Band 

11,12; Cross-country 11,12; Track 11,12. 

Shayla Smith; VONL 9,10,1 1. 

David Solema: Key Club 10,1 1,12; AV Club 9,10,1 1.12; Marching Band 

9,10,11,12; Concert Band 9,10,1 1,12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 10.11; 

Symphonic orchestra 10,11,12; Pep Band 9,10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 12; Special 

Event Band 9,10,1 1,12; NHS 1 1,12; Big Show 10,11; Peer tutor 10. 

Abby Stank: Football cheerleader 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 9,10; NHS 11,12, Vice 

president 12; Student Council 12; Key Club 9,12, Survey 10,1 1,12; Basketball 

cheerleader 9,10,11,12, Captain 9,10; Career explorations 9,12; AFS 1 1,12. 

Lynne T. Stern: Volleyball 9,10,1 1; Wai Napolo 9,10,11,12; Girl's basketball 

stationer 9; Peer mediator 12; Clinic runner 9,10,1 1.12; Yearbook 12; NHS 

11,12. 

Brandon C. D. Thomas: Tennis 1 1 ; Office runner 1 I . 

Julia Thompson: Softball 9,10,1 1,12; Orchestra 9,10.1 1,12; Band 9,10,11; Ski 

club 11,12; Student Council 12; NHS 11,12. 

Kimberly Ann Tramsak: Security office 9,10,1 1. 

Valerie Van Ho: NJROTC 9.10,1 1,12, Officer 11,12; Color Guard 9,10,11,12; 

Exhibition Drill Team 12; NJROTC Academic Team 9,10,1 1,12; Career 

explorations 10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 10,1 1,12; Fall play 10,1 1,12, Student director 

11; Peer tutor 10,12; Clinic aide 11,12; Political Affairs Club 12; Poetry Club 

12; Peer mediator 12; Key Club 9. 

Michael Verch: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Hockey 9.10,1 1,12; Band 9,10,1 1,12; 

DECA 11,12. 

Karen Wade: Track 9,10.12. 

Eddie Washington: OWE 1 2; OWA 1 0, 1 1 . 

Tahnesha Watts: Key Club 9; Office runner 12. 

Tom Weglarz: OWA 9; Owe 12. 

Ursula M. Wein: Cross-country 10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Indoor track 10,11,12; 

Outdoor track 9,10.1 1,12; Swim team 9; Cultural Club 10,1 1,12, President 12; 

AFS 11,12, Vice president 11; Survey 10,11; SAVE 10,1 1,12, Co-president 12; 

Student Council 9,10; Peer tutor 12. 

Julie Whitely: Volleyball 9,10; Softball 9,10; Wrestling trainer 9,10,11; 

Football trainer 11,12. 

Maria Renee Williams: Peer mediator 9,10,1 1,12; Peer tutor 1 1,12; Volleyball 

9,10,11,12; Basketball 9,10.1 1,12. 

Noel D. Williams: Peer tutor 9,10,11; DECA 1 1,12; Survey 12. 

Tequila N. Wright: Flag Corps 1 1 . 

Niki Yannaras: Student Council 10,11,12. Secretary 12; NHS 11,12, 

Recording secretary 12; Chamber and Symphonic Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12, 

Librarian and concert master 1 1; Science Olympiad 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 

10,1 1,12; Track 11,12; Tennis 1 1,12; Key Club 10,1 1,12; Big Show Orchestra 

10,12; Peer tutor 10.1 1,12; Office runner 1 2; Fall Play Stage Crew 10. 

Marianne Zagar: Student Council 9; Softball 9. 




I'LL DO THE 
DRIVING 





Students have been coming to Euclid High School for fifty 
years. Some students walk, some come by bus and others 
come by car. A poll of seniors asked if they came to school 
in a car and 74 per cent said that they did. They were then asked 
if they did the driving and 57 per cent said that they did. These 
results were very similar to the results of a similar pole the 
previous year. 




Above Left: Brian Leben, Joel Edwardsen, William Nelson and Tini Ransaw 

work on a car so they can drive to school. 

Left: Melissa Medlen and James Roth thinking about how they are going to get 

home tonight. 

Top: Leah Edmonds, Nichelle Church, Veronica Callaway, Rita Dowell, Jamie 

Benak and Lea Acino working in Mrs. Ellen Klein's class. 

Above: Students getting together during a football game. 

Seniors / 51 



HOW EMBARRASSING 

Seniors tell about their embarrassing moments 



High school consisted of many memories. 
Some were happy, others sad and still 
others were embarrassing. Seniors were 
asked about their most embarrassing moments and 
these were their responses. 

Melissa Ahmetovie tripped in front of a hot guy in 
the hallway. 

La Shandra Anthony was a freshman and was late 
for class and when she ran into the room it was the 
wrong room and the wrong class. 
Jennifer Barker fell in the girl's locker room after 
swimming. 

Natalie Beck was working at Dairy Queen and a 
customer came in with a coupon for a Dairy Queen 
Brazier. She told him "Sir we can't accept this 
because it is for a Dairy Queen Brassiere." She 
didn't realize what she had said until her co- 
workers and the customer began laughing. 
Chris Biehl began laughing so hard in the E-Room 
during his freshman year and pop came out his 
nose. 

Alexandra Brinovec was in the freshman 
volleyball team picture for the yearbook and Mr. 
Von Benken came to her first and asked her to say 
her name twice into a tape recorder and she said 
"Alex, Alex." He waited and then asked "Do you 
have a last name?" 



Jessica Burns dropped her sweat shirt, slid on it and fell on her butt. 

Katy Carmichael passed out in Mr. Pignatiello's geometry class and had to be taken to the clinic in a 

wheelchair. 

Kevin Carse fell down the stairs. 

Leah Cherne had to give someone a kiss on the cheek in Big Show during her freshman year and after she 

did it she turned around, tripped and took four staggering steps until she fell flat on her butt. The boy then 

said - "Well, was it that good?" 

Nichelle Church was in the ninth grade on the drill team squad and in front of the whole school when Mrs. 

President said "Left face" she turned right. 

Joi Donica Cooks first came to Euclid as a tenth grader. She just had her hair done and she got dressed up for 

the third day of school. 

Ada Cunningham was at band camp during the summer and she got her upper chest caught in a cymbal. 

Jervase Daniels slipped and fell. 

Dennis Disbrow was on the hockey team in the state tournament and he was skating to the bench as fast as he 

could and caught an edge and fell head first into the boards and received a concussion and needed 1 1 stitches. 

Krishauna De Ramus slipped in some water while running the 40 yd. dash. 

Holly Douglas was a freshman and fell while walking down the stairs. 

Dave Edmonds was in biology class when Dorian Goulde farted. He turned around and said "Dave farted." 

Everyone began laughing including Dave. 

Leah Edmonds was running to her class while the bell was ringing and she fell while going down the steps. 

Jenni Emser was embarrassed when her friend wrote something about the boy she liked in her yearbook. 

Nic Eslick fell up the stairs trying to get to class. 

Jeff Evans was skiing "the wall" at Holiday Valley. His ski released and he fell and slid to the bottom of the 

hill and his ski hit him above his eye and cut him. As he lay on the snow. Bud White and Doug Zeman were 

on the lift laughing. 

Tom Feldkamp was working the Varsity Chorale Reunion concert for AV and when he went on stage to pick 

up a microphone he tripped in front of everyone. 



Chrissy Green was coming down the stairs after 

her last class and saw her boy friend bringing her 

balloons and flowers and got distracted and fell 

down the stairs. 

Adriane Groudle fell down the stairs on the third 

floor and people heard her on the first floor. 

Laurel Grundman was stuffed into a locker her 

freshman year by her brother and his friend. 

Zarina Haddon threw up in her foods class. 

David Hance peed in his pants his freshman year 

and everyone laughed. 

Thomas Hartley dropped his rifle in NJROTC and 

broke his toe. 

Lamaria Holmes accidently called her teacher "ma". 

Shermel Yvette Howard was running to lunch 

from the E-Room and fell on her face. 

Erika James went to her fourth period class third 

period and didn't realize it until the teacher came in 

and said she was in the wrong class. 

Tamea Jones tripped down the stairs. 



Karen Salisbury was practicing in the outfield last 
year before a Softball game and went to run in for a 
ball but slipped in the wet, muddy grass and landed 
on her butt and back. She had to play the entire 
game covered with mud and with a wet butt. 
Amy Salupo was joking around in the hallway with 
Mr. Von Benken and she fell on the floor. 
Nicholette Sams and Karen Salisbury were going 
somewhere after school and she was low on gas. 
They were on their way to a gas station when the 
called on E. 222 and Bryan Scheider had to come 
and pick them up. 

Satasha Sawyer fell down a whole flight of stairs 
and her books and shoes fell off and down the 
stairs. 



Michelle Knistautas and Shannon Setser kept 

trying to go to Bobby Mc Graw's house and could 

never get him to answ er the door. When someone 

finally answered they learned they were at the 

wrong house. 

Jamie Koerber slipped on some ice while walking 

to school. 

Michele Laurich forgot her combination and had to 

have her lock cut off. 

Megan Lipiec and her friend locked both sets of car 

keys in the trunk on the fourth of July. 

Suzanne Lucas tripped up the steps twice on the 

same stairs during her sophomore year. 

Christopher Mayle fell over a chair in Choral 

Masters and broke his ankle. 

Michael Miklavcic was embarrassed when Eric 

Schuster, Mike Simenc, Paul Glowacki, Tim 

Carney and Derek Stank- threw him outside of the 

track locker room in his underwear. 

Nanci Miklowski was with Jen Rys when she took 

a picture of Dave Banach and said "This is for 

Nanci. She's obsessed with you." 



Steve Modelski put his equipment in the wrong 

locker room when he was a freshman and the 

whole team found out. 

Megan Novinc was at the Homecoming dance and 

was wondering why everyone was staring at her 

date. He was the worst dancer in the world. 

Manny Ottinger was embarrassed when a lot of 

the girls on the soccer team said he was "hot". 

Tina Peric was playing volleyball and the ball 

went outside the pole and she caught it before the 

referee blew her whistle. 

Amanda Price was embarrassed when a boy in one 

of her classes told the teacher she had a crush on 

him. 

Brandon Ptak and his friends were checking out 

Nancy Pekol and her friends in the cafeteria in 

ninth grade. When Nancy saw them she threw a 

biscuit that hit him in the head. 

Preston Raymond tripped up the stairs. 

Angie Sabbath fell in the high school parking lot 

when she fell in a pot hole. 



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> Seniors 



Margaret Shannon Setser and Sarah Deal were going out with Larry Dissauer and John Wahl and were 

waiting for them on the tree lawn. Shannon had to go to the bathroom and since it was late at night and no one 

was around she just squatted on the lawn. As soon as she did their dates pulled up and began laughing when 

they realized what she was doing. 

Rich Shepherd was a freshman when he was locked in the second floor bathroom for two periods before 

finally breaking a nail holding the window closed. 

Jeff Sierputowski went to Holiday Valley with the Ski Club. On the first hill he went on he hit a patch of ice 

and fell on his face and got a concussion and didn't remember anything from that moment on except for being... 

out by Pat Finnegan and Megan Ballanger. 

Daniel Slepsky was at the World Series parade in Cleveland his freshman year and was walking down the 

sidewalk with a bass drum and tripped over a fire hydrant and the drum went flying five feet in front of him. 

Daniel Smith was in homeroom when he heard a PA announcement about a car v. ith it's lights on. It was his 

license plated so he stood up to leave and everyone asked where he was going? 

David Solema had a problem with his flying gear from Peter Pan and he was either repeatedly hitting a wall 

or running around waving his arms like a jackass. 



Abby Stanic and Karen Hanson got sick after using some potent chemicals to kill a roach in the third 

floor staff bathroom. They had to explain what they had done but couldn't go home because their mothers 

were golfing together. 

Lynne Stern was getting out of her boyfriend's car and got her foot caught in the seatbelt and fell out and 

landed on her book bag. 

Kimberly Tramsak was in E-Room study hall her junior year when the chair she was leaning on fell over 

and she hit her head on the chair behind her. 

Julie Thompson broke her camera when she dropped it in front of everyone at Prom. 

Valerie Van Ho fainted during the Memorial Day ceremonies when she was a color guard and a fire truck 

and ambulance were called and the chief of police had to come down to see if she was all right. 

Devin Voll was accused of sexually harassing a member of the same sex by a principal. 

Karen Wade fell down the stairs from the third floor. 

Ed Washington got in a fight and was suspended. 

Ursula Wein was at an AFS picnic a park and was swinging and tried to jump off but got her shorts caught 

on the swing and fell on her head getting grass stains on her forehead. 

Julieann Whitely and Melissa Brady were football trainers their junior year when they were running 

water out during a time out and slipped in the muddy grass and slid across the field. 

Maria Williams tripped up the stairs and her skirt flew up. 

Noel Williams fell up the stairs in a skirt in tenth grade. 

Niki Yannaras was in the locker room changing for tennis when her necklace got caught on her sports bra 

and she began choking. Susan King helped her get free while Shannon Ivancic, Megan Novinc and Niki 

Sams laughed at her. 

Nichole Yarbrough fell on her knees running to class and slid down the ramp in the hall. 



DO YOU HAVE A PART-TIME 
JOB? 




HOW MANY HOURS PER 
WEEK? 




3 9% 
494% 

37 7% 



WORKING HARD 

Most seniors have a job after school 



One very big difference between high school life in the nineties and life fifty 
years ago was the number of students that had after-school jobs. In 1949 
students would go home from school and do homework or work around the 
house or play with their friends. In the 1990's having a job was the norm and more than 
75 per cent of the seniors had jobs and many underclassmen also had jobs. The percent- 
age of seniors who had jobs was very similar to the percentage of seniors who had jobs 
in the previous year. Most seniors worked about 10 to 30 hours per week which meant 
that they were working during the week as well as on the weekend. 





Above: Mrs. Jo -Rita Perez talks to Valerie Van 

Ho and Rachel Dixon about the merits of having a 

job after school. 

Above Left: Student mediators can sometimes help 

out in situations where students become stressed 

because of trying to manage a job as well as their 

school work. 

Left: Dawn Merritt, Mary Tisi and Melissa Waina 

are able to participate in sports which is something a 

lot of students who have jobs cannot do. 



Seniors 




53 





I* 







Almost every sport you want to play is at Euclid. Whether 
you want it to be your ticket to college or just something 
to do everyday after school, at Euclid there was a sport 
for you. Sports here gave the students an opportunity to be part 
of a team and meet many new friends. Euclid had been compet- 
ing in the Greater Cleveland Conference for the past two decades 
but this year changed as Euclid reentered the Lake Erie League 
upon the abandonment of the G.C.C. This led to longer bus trips 
since many of the L.E.L. schools are further away. 




Above: Niki Yannaras gets lots of enjoyment by 
being on the tennis team. 

Above Right: Tino Jones gaining yards coming 
around the end and fighting off the defender. 

Right: Sarah Osterman (Jolly Green Giant) and 
Amy Salupo (Little Sproutl were important 
members of the girl's cross country team. 

Right Middle: Mike Miklavcic won most of the 
races for the boy's cross country team. 

Far Right: Lindsey Mastalski spiking the ball for 
the volleyball team. 



54 /Sports Divider 





SPORTS 




TOUGHER SCHEDULE 

Football still did well after entering L.E.L. 



The Euclid Panther football team had 
another exciting season as they 
entered the Lake Erie League and 
finished with an overall record of 7-3 and 
4-2 in the Lake division of the L.E.L. The 
Panthers did not have the flashy runners of 
past years but they did have a lot of 
talented players and a good solid offensive 
and defensive line. They would have made 
the playoffs if it weren't for an upset loss 
to Lakewood. They finished in a tie for 
second place with Mentor. Euclid had a 
good passing attack to go along with its 



running game. Van Monroe completed 62 
out of 133 passes for a 46.6% completion 
record. His completions gained 1051 yards 
and scored 1 1 touchdowns. He had 6 passes 
intercepted. Brandon Richardson and 
Chris Harrell both finished the season with 
22 catches apiece with over 400 yards 
gained each. Hassan Brown and Chris 
Harrell each got three interceptions for the 
season. The running game was led by 
Brandon Linton who gained 824 yards on 
144 carries for a 5.7 yard per carry average. 



Dorian Goulde also carried 70 times and 
gained 330 yards for a 4.7 yard average. 
Brandon Richardson, Amin Harville, 
Dorian Goulde and Mario Marusic were 
all named to the News Herald First Team 
while Van Monroe, Brandon, Chris 
Harrell, and Mike Belanich were all 
named to the News Herald Second Team. 
Special Mention was given to Rick Glavan 
and Tommie Virgies. The team had many 
exciting moments and the season was 
enjoyable for all. 




Above: Wide receiver, Cordell Morris, gets 
ready for the snap of the bail. 

Above Right: Dorian Goulde gets pushed out of 
bounds after a substantial gain by the Mentor 
defense. Dorian played offense and defense and 
was on the field almost every play of every game. 

Right: Quarterback, Van Monroe, sprints around 
the right end of the line on an option play and gets 
a good gain. 



56 



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Football, Row one: Jack Lardomita. coaches, Mike Sheck, T. J. Flordiewicz, Roy Pignatiello, Tom Banc, Pete Schwenke, Tom Gibbons, Chet Nolan, Mike 
Rezzolla. Row two: Julie Whitely, Hassan Brown, James Cothron, Ronald Tyler Jr., Tom Soini, Kevin Carse, Steve Dawson, Jennifer Muhvic. Row three: Katie 
Mc Cluskey, Keith Martin, Brandon Bell, Anthony Mc Carthy, Mario Marusic, Tommie Virgies, Dorian Goulde, Cordell Morris, Wendy Cabella. Row four: 
Melissa Brady, Teddy Grimes, Dave Edmonds, Amin Harville, Brandon Richardson, Matthew Gillessen, Rick Glavan, Mike Belanich. Row five: Devin Chrestoff. 
Flint Harris, Brandon Linton, Jamal Patterson, Gary Riedel, Terry Howell, Myron Henderson, Hower Wester. Row six: Dennis Strell, Shawn Tavon, Rich 
Devor, Dan Heising, Chris Harrell. Jermaine Smith, Liz Montague, Michael Slagle, Chris Rutti. Row seven: Paul Cunningham, Dave Maksymowicz, Chris 
Moore, Rahman Shavers, Fielding Cloud, Tino Jones, John Davis, Jay Winter, James Clark, Tony Basalla. Row eight: Joe Granito, Van Monroe, Jamel 
Cummings, Andrew Walker, Mark Lucas, Quentin Murdock, Demetria Lewis, Matt Laurich, Gerald Zeigler, B. J. Loddy 










VARSITY FOOTBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Lake Catholic 


10 


9 


Strongsville 


7 


28 


Benedictine 


38 


7 


Shaker Heights 


14 


15 


Valley Forge 


39 


7 


Mentor 


20 


12 


Lakewood 


36 


42 


Elyria 


28 


21 


. Cleveland Heights 28 


13 


Bedford 


39 


14 


SEASON REC 


ORD WON 7 LOST 3 


L.E.L. RECOR 


D WON 5 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FIN1 


SH2nd 







Above: Dorian Goulde returning the ball for a large 

gain. 

Above Left: The center getting ready to snap the ball. 

Far Left: Mike Belanich being taken care of by 

trainer. Wendy Case. 

Left: Van Monroe earn in° the ball for a gain. 



Football 



57 



The JV football team finished the 
season with a 5-5 record which 
was identical with the Freshmen 
football record. Neither team had an 
outstanding runner that caused the game 
to be broken open. They had a good solid 
team that needed experience to develop. 




Wide receiver, Joe Granito. watching the center so he 
can get away to run his pattern when the ball is 
snapped. 



58 > Football 



Brandon Linton getting around the right end of the offensive line and gaining yards. 




Freshman Football. Row one: Douglas Lock, Casey Kilkenney, Jacob Mc Cullough, Victorian Yeh, Rich Suchy Row two: Robert Plumb, Mike Alexander. 
Terrance Ware, Brandon Cogdin, Moonilal Ramdhan. Row three: Steve Mc Fall, Mike Gribach. Darrell Mc Griff, Shawn Wolford, Joseph Rondini. Row four: 
Coach, Sam Santilli, Darrius Johnson, Raymel Early, Gregory Smith, Judd Kokich, Craig Jones, Coach, Dennis Windham. Row five: Ricardo Johnson, Lester 
Spence, Bob Gecewich, Nick Muhvic, Frank Negolfka, Ross Gavin. 




he coaches diagram plays on the marker board for 
he players when they are not in the game. 



JV 


FOOTBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Lake Catholic 


20 


6 


Strongsville 


20 


28 


Benedictine 


20 





Shaker Heights 


16 


36 


Valley Forge 


30 





Mentor 


28 


35 


Lakewood 


12 


20 


Elyria 


14 


6 


Cleveland Heights 


20 


40 


Bedford 


39 


22 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 5 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 3 LOST 4 



Far Left and Middle: Rich Suchy and Ross Gavin 

carrying the ball for a gain. 

Above: The freshman offense gets ready to execute a 

play. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Mavfield 





34 


Strongsville 


16 


23 


Shaker Heights 


46 





Valley Forge 


42 


28 


Mentor 


34 


16 


Lakewood 


28 





Elyria 


14 





Cleveland Heights 


8 


28 


Bedford 


14 


22 



SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 5 



Football 



LOVING IT 

Girl's tennis has best season in more than a decade 



The change of scenery from the 
G.C.C. to the L.E.L. this year 
turned the Euclid varsity girls' 
tennis team around. Returning lettermen 
and improved underclassmen all 
contributed to the team, which had more 
experience than in past years. Coached 
by Pete Swope, this was the first time 
in over a decade that the team was able 
to achieve double digit victories. Last 
year's overall record of 3-16 was a far 
cry from the 1 2-6 record that this years 
team achieved. The varsity team 
became a respectable team in the L.E.L. 
This reputation would be challenged the 
following year when three starting 
seniors leave, and underclassmen must 
stem up and fill their positions. 
-Christine Metti 




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Girl's Tennis, Row one: Niki Yannaras, Shruti Malik, Jen Williams, Courtney Valentine, Laura Ross, Gina Gaglioni, Vishantie Sudama, Janelle Muhvic. Row 
two: Nekima Hill, Allison Baranowski, Vicki Bowser, Mary Tracy, Shavone Pannell, Christina Hagenbaugh. Coach. Lucy Pratt Row three: Christine Metti, 
Kirsten Knauss, Kenny Hanson, Karen Salisbury, Karen Hanson, Megan Novinc, Melissa Longo, Coach, Pete Swope. 





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Far Left Top and Bottom: 
Laura Ross and Christina 
Hagenbaugh making a 
shot on the court. 

Left: This is what the 
opponent sees as Karen 
Salisbury serves the ball 
and Megan Novinc gets 
ready to return it. 



VARSITY GIRL'S TENNIS 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Eastlake North 


3 


2 


Brush 


1 


4 


Lake Catholic 


2 


3 


St. Augustine 


5 





Beaumont 4 


1 




Beachwood "B" 


2 


3 


Valley Forge 


5 





Painesville Harvey 


4 


1 


Parma 


5 





Cleveland Heights 





5 


Wickliffe 


4 


1 


Mentor 


1 


4 


Painesville Harvey 


3 


2 


Elyria 


3 


2 


Lakewood 5 







Perry 


3 


2 


Shaker Heights 


1 


4 


Normandy 5 







SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 6 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 5 


LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH 4th 





J.V. 


GIRL'S TENNIS 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Eastlake North 


2 


3 


Brush 





5 


Lake Catholic 


1 


4 


Cleveland Height 


i 


5 


Regina 


5 





Wickliffe 


5 





Mentor 


2 


3 


Regina 


4 


1 


Elyria 


4 


1 


Perry 


2 


3 


Shaker Heights 





5 


SEASON RECORD WON 


4 LOST 7 







Tennis 



61 



OUT ON THE LINKS 

Golfers have good beginning in L.E.L. 




The golf team was able to enter 
the L.E.L. and make a good 
showing for their first year. 
They finished sixth out of eleven teams 
in the conference. Captain for the team 
was senior, Jeff Evaus. Phil Bojc was 
the member who had the best scores but 
Rich Rohl. Brian La Bounty and 
Jerrod Jones also helped out by 
posting low scores. The team was 
coached by Mrs. Barbara Ramlow. 



Clockwise from Top Left: Jeff Evans, Mike 
Suehy, Brian La Bounty and Mike Fortunato 

working to perfect their strokes. 




62 > Golf 





Golf, Row one: Mike Fortunato, Rich Kohl. Bobby Butler, Eddie Ostrander, Chris Carlson, Brian La Bounty. Row two: Coach. Barbara Ramlow, Greg Sattler, 
Jeff Evans, Mike Suchy, Phil Boyce, Nick Molnar, Matt Flynt, Coach Bob Ramlow. 




Above Left and Middle: Greg Sattler and 
Bobby Butler practice their putting on the 



Above Right: Eddie Ostrander discusses 
strategy with Mrs. Barbara Ramlow. 



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1998 LAKE ERIE LI 
CONFERENCE TOUR 


;ague 










\AMENT 










MANIK1KI GOLF COURSE 




GOLF 






SATURDAY, 


OCTOBER 3, 1998 


1998 LAKE ERIE LEAGUE 




SCHOOL 


SCORE 


POINTS 


MATCH STANDINGS 




1 . Normandy 


311 


12 


SCHOOL 


WIN 


LOST 


POINTS 


2. Mentor 


319 


11 


1 . Normandy 


20 





24 


3. Cleveland Height; 


338 


10 


2. Mentor 17 


3 


22 




4. Elyria 


349 


9 


3. Valley Forge 


16 


4 


20 


5. Euclid 


350 


8 


4. Lakewood 


11 


9 


17 


6. Valley Forge 


351 


7 


Elyria 


11 


9 


17 


7. Lakewood 


353 


6 


6. Euclid 


9 


11 


12 


8. Shaker Heights 


370 


5 


7. Shaker Heights 


10 


10 


14 


9. Bedford 


373 


4 


8. Cleveland Heights 7 


13 


10 


10. Garfield Heights 


378 


3 


9. Parma 


6 


14 


8 


1 1 . Parma 


382 


2 


10. Garfield Heights 


3 



17 
20 


6 

4 








11. Bedford 









Golf 



63 



SPIKE THAT BALL 

Volleyballers have a good start in the L.E.L. 



Led by MVP, Maria Williams. 
the varsity volleyball team 
finished the season with 12-12 
overall record and 7-5 in the L.E.L 
which gave them a third place finish in 
the conference. The girls worked well 
together and won some really good 
games while losing some heartbreakers. 
Shannon Setser was an award winning 
setter for the team while Tina Peric 
and Maria Williams were the big 
hitters. Sara Pfahl was awarded for her 
all around performance. Maria 
Williams also won place on the News 
Herald Second Team 




Top Left and Right: Tina Peric and Niki Sams 

bumping the ball. 

Middle Right: Nicole Raia, Shannon Setser, Tina 
Peric, Lindsey Mastalski, Julie Stobierski and 
Tina Amigoni getting reade to receive the ball. 

Right: Alex Brinovec bumps the ball. 

Far Right: Tamika Drake serves the ball. 



Volleyball 




VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Beaumont 


9.11 


15,15 


Eastlake North 


13,15,15 


15,4,4 


Lakewood 


15,15 


13.10 


North Olmsted 


15.10.15 


11.15,7 


Wickliffe 


15,9,10 


7,15,15 


V.A.S.J. 


11,11 


15,15 


Valley Forge 


15.15 


5.4 


Elyria 


3,5 


15,15 


Shaker Heights 


7,15,16 


15,11.14 


Bedford 


15,10.15 


6.15M2 


Mentor 


9.5 


15,15 


St. Augustine 


15.15 


6,9 


Cleveland Heights 


15.13.15 


7,15.10 


Lakewood 


15,15 


9.7 


Valley Forge 


15.15 


11,10 


Elyria 


0,0 


15.15 


Shaker Heights 


12.9 


15,15 


Madison 


11,5 


15,15 


Jefferson 


15,10.1 


12,15.15 


N.D.C.L. 


6,4 


15,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 12 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 7 LOST S 


LEAGUE FINISH 3rd 





JV VOLLEYBALL 



OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Beaumont 


16,11.15 


14.15.6 


Eastlake North 


15.15 


12.8 


Lakewood 


15,15 


9,2 


North Olmsted 


15,12,4 


8,15.15 


Wickliffe 


15.15 


1.11 


V.A.S.J. 


7.15.15 


15,7,11 


Valley Forge 


12,15.13 


15,9,15 


Elyria 


4,5 


15,15 


Shaker Heights 


14,18,15 


15,16,9 


Bedford 


15,15 


2,8 


Mentor 


15.4.2 


11,15,15 


St. Augustine 


15,15 


1,9 


Cleveland Heights 


7,15,16 


15.1,18 


Lakewood 


15,15 


0.3 


Valley Forge 


15,15 


8.9 


Elyria 


5,5 


15.15 


Shaker Heights 


7,15.15 


15.9.5 


Cleveland Heights 


15,15 


3.5 


Mentor 


2,4 


15,15 



SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 7 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 7 LOST 6 




Varsity Volleyball. Row one: Sarah Pfahl, Tina Peric, Tameka Drake, Lindsey Mastalski. Row two: Karen 
Anderson, Shannon Ivancic, Niki Sams, Alex Brinovec, Shannon Setser, Coach. Rhonda Scharf. Row 
three: Coach Lisa Simon, Maria Williams, Julie Stobierski, Tina Amigoni, Allison Kumel. Coach. Marcy 
Richards. 









Shannon Setser sets the ball up so that Julie 
Stobierski can spike it. 




; reshman Volleyball, Row one: Michelle Launch, Austin Clark, Jessica Stavange, Sonia Feijoo, Jessica 
(ohnson, Megan Strukel. Row two: Coach. Lisa Simon, Dominique Drake, Andrea Sams, Erika Stahre, 
.aura Osterman, Manager, Karen Anderson Coach. Rhonda Scharf. Row three: Coach. Marcy Richards. 



Sara Pfahl gets ready 


to hit the ball. 


FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Eastlake North 


15.15 


8,3 


Lakewood 


15,15 


5,4 


Valley Forge 


15.16 


8,14 


Elyria 


11.15.4 15,9,15 


Shaker Heights 


19.15 


17.8 


Bedford 


15.15 


5.12 


Mentor Shore 


10.11 


15,15 


St. Augustine 


15.15 


4,12 


Cleveland Heights 


15.12. 


5 3.15.6 


Lakewood 


15.15 


5.3 


Valley Forge 


15,10,15 6,15,7 


Elyria 


7,11 


15.15 


Shaker Heights 


15.15 


6.13 


Mentor Shore 


15,15 


7,8 


Cleveland Heights 


15.15 


11.12 


9th Grade Tc 


urnament 


Bedford 


15,15 


6,10 


Richmond Heights 


15,15 


3.5 


Twinsburg 


15.15 


12.7 


SEASON RECORD WON 


15 LOST 3 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 10 


LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 








Volleyball \ 



A COUPLE OF STARS 



Euclid wrestling again suffered 
from enough good wrestlers to 
make up a strong team. Because 
of that several weight classes had to be 
forfeited at their matches which led to a 
losing season. There were several good 
wrestlers, however. Mike Belanich was 
chosen as the News Herald Player of the 
Week for January 29. For that week, 
Mike, who wrestled heavyweight, 
recorded four pins, all in less than one 
minute. At the time he was 12-1 with 
nine pins. Other good Euclid wrestlers 
were Dave D'Amico, Sean O'Brien, 
Kevin Carse and Mike Grewatsch. 




Mike Belanich. at heavyweight, taking control of his opponent. He pinned him a few seconds later as shown to 
the left. 




Euclid wrestling did not have the depth for a winning season 




Wrestling. Row one: Dennis Grgincic, J. P. Kilroy, Jerrod Jones, Kevin Carse. Joe Tokie, Herbert Webster. Sean O'Brien. Row two: Coach Bill I Milium. Rick 
Kushan, Anthony Murphy, Martez Hubbard, Steve Dawson, Will Barnette, Raymel Early, Mike Hughes, Mike Grewatsch.. Row three: Coach Bill Kazen, Ed 
Holtz, Kevin Estes, Greg Sattler, Nkrumah Pollard, Anton Jackson, Mike Belanich, Dave D'Amico, Coach Rich Kushan, Coach Bruce Willingham, Coach Greg 
Sattler. 




Top and Above: Dave D'Amico ( 189 pounds) and Will Barnett ( 125 pounds 
working with-their opponents. 



Top and Above: J. P. Kilroy ( 130 pounds) and Herbert Webster ( 145 pounds) 
trying to get control. 

Wrestling 



CHALKING UP 

Cross country spends a lot of time on the trails 



The boy's cross country team had 
a successful season as they 
entered the L.E.L. and finished 
in fourth place in the conference. The 
team consisted of many dedicated 
runners who devoted much time and 
effort in training. The best runner was 
Mike Miklavcic who was able to finish 
in the top one or two position in most 
of the races and went to the State finals 
and finished 5 1 st. Mike was named to 
the News Herald First Team for his 
accomplishments. 




Mike Miklavcic won most of the events 
that he entered. 

Clockwise from Above Right: Nick Verch, 
Myron Matlock, John Gudaitis, Dan 
Slepsky, Mike Barnauskas, Joe Rinella 
and Jim Kolenc on the course. 



68 \ Cross Country 




Boy's Cross Country. Row one: Jim Kolenc, Michael Tschantz, Joe Rinella, Dennis Disbrow, Steve 
Modelski, Mike Barnauskas, Jesse Scheider. Row two: Daniel Slepsky, Myron Matlock, Michael Miklavcic. 
Jonathan Gudaitis, Nicholas Verch, Ryan Mc Gill, Coach. Joe Rodriguez. 




BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY 
OPPONENT US THEM 

V.A.S.J. 19 36 

Bedford 16 46 

Wickliffe 18 38 

INVITATIONALS 
Madison 5/12 

L.E.L. I 3/14 

Walsh 7/12 

L.E.L. II 1/14 

Malone 8/38 

Wads worth 6/12 

L.E.L. Championship4/14 
Districts 4/17 

Regionals 11/12 

SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 
LEAGUE FINISH 4th 










THE MILES 




Girl's Cross Country, Row one: Amy Salupo, Trayce Stewart, Krysti Scheider. Row two: Megan Stefanac, 
Sarah Osterman, Althea Jones, Ursula Wein, Coach, Dick York. 





Clockwise from Left: Trayce Stewart, 
Amy Salupo, Megan Stefanac, Ursula 
Wein and Krysti Scheider working 
hard to get their best times on the trails. 







The 1998 girl's cross country 
team did not do as well as the 
boys and finished in sixth place 
out of eleven teams in the L.E.L. The 
girls suffered from lack of participation 
since they had only a couple of girls 
more than the five needed to participate 
in a race. The girls worked hard but 
there was no one that really stood out 
and no one was able to get to the State 
finals. 






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GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 




OPPONENT 


US THEM 




V.A.S.J. 


19 44 




Bedford 


15 50 




Wickliffe 


47 16 
INVITATIONALS 




"U wanna " 


10/13 




L.E.L. HeptI 


4/7 




Walsh 


No score 




L.E.L. Hept II 


2/9 




M alone 


35/35 




Wadsworth 


13/13 





Cross Country 



69 



GOOD, BUT NOT I 

Boy's basketball had some great players 



The boy's basketball team had a lot 
of talent but found themselves in a 
much tougher league when they 
entered the L.E.L. Tough teams from 
Shaker and Cleveland Heights dominated 
the league and Euclid had to settle for a 
tie for third with Mentor. The team had 
many high points, one of which was 
senior, Emmanuel Smith who put up 
some of the most impressive statistics of 
anyone in the area and was considered 
by many to be the premier high school 
player in the entire area. In his best game 
he scored 45 points and averaged more 
than 27 points per game which was the 
highest in the area. He also ranked high 
in three point shots, rebounding and 
steals. The Euclid team had a lot of 
playmakers that made the game enjoy- 
able. The team was coached by Doc 
Daugherty. 





VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Stow 


65 


59 


Lake Catholic 


74 


55 


Lakewood73 


41 




Valley Forge 


77 


56 


Elyria 


84 


56 


Shaker Hts. 


44 


57 


Mentor 


90 


76 


East Tech 


58 


53 


Cleveland Hts. 


66 


85 


Lakewood 






Valley Forge 


70 


45 


Benedictine 






Solon 


61 


84 


Elyria 


65 


49 


Shaker Hts. 


56 


64 


St. Edv 


/ard 


63 


56 


Mentor 




69 


74 


Clevel; 


md Hts. 


90 


111 


VASJ 




75 


51 


St. Ign 


jtius 


89 


55 


SEAS( 


)N RECO 


RD WON 14 LOST 5 


L.E.L. 


RECORD 


WON 7 LOST 4 



Arek Helcberger, Johnny Moses and Tony Basalla 

practicing their dunks and their outside shooting. 



70 y Boy's Basketball 




GOOD ENOUGH 



but couldn't win conference 




The team gets ready to take a foul shot. 
Kenyatta Carter gets high for a dunk. 



JV BOY 
OPPONENT 

Stow 

Lake Catholic 

Lakewood 36 

Valley Forge 

Elyria 

Shaker Hts. 

Mentor 

East Tech 

Cleveland Hts. 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Benedictine 

Solon 

Elyria 

Shaker Hts. 

St. Edward 

Mentor 

Cleveland Hts. 

VASJ 

St. Ignatius 



S BASKETBALL 



US 

39 
46 
55 
60 
35 
51 
49 

39 

62 

40 
41 



30 

43 
48 

41 



THEM 

54 
35 

28 
47 
60 
64 

62 

40 



45 
43 



55 
61 
40 
55 



FRESHMAN BOY'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


St. Edward 


43 


25 


Lakewood 


41 


33 


Valley Forge 


46 


38 


Elyria 


32 


26 


Shaker Hts. 


46 


45 


Mentor 


44 


27 


VASJ 


58 


34 


Stow 


52 


51 


Cleveland Hts. 


43 


57 


Lakewood 


50 


27 


Valley Forge 


36 


41 


Benedictine 


52 


36 


Elyria 


44 


31 


St. Ignatius 


52 


36 


Shaker Hts. 


39 


65 


St. Edward 


19 


47 


Mentor 


47 


24 


Cleveland Hts. 


34 


27 


St. Ignatius 


62 


30 


VASJ 


45 


29 


SEASON RECORD WON 15 LOST S 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 9 LOST 3 



Chris Harrell, Phil Bojc, Clinton Tucker and 
Tommie Virgies practicing their shooting to improve 
their skills. 



Boy's Basketball 




/arsity Boy's Basketball, Row one: Abby Morris, 
Brandon Linton, Brandon Henderson, Melvin Hiil, 
Rahman Shavers, Tino Jones, Amanda Tutolb. 
Row two: Kristin Iafelice, Holly Kascak, Tony 
Basalla, Tommie Virgies, Emmanuel Smith, Chris 
Harreli, Jennifer Muhvic Row three: Coach, Steve 
Marco, Clinton Tucker, Brandon Ricardson, Arek 
Helcberger, Johnny Moses, Joe Granito, Coach, 
Doe Daugherfy. 




1 



John Davis shows 
how to take a shot 
from the field. 




J.V. Boy's Basketball, Row one: Jonathan 
Hutcherson. Johnny Tillman, Jermaine Smith, 
Todd Sparrow, Brandon Linton. Row two: Clifton 
Hairston, John Davis, Phil Bojc, Aaron Whitmore, 
Warner Cook, David Slamic. Row three: Jamal 
Cummings, Brandon Warner, Arek Helcberger, 
Jason Smith, Kenyatta Carter, Coach, Dennis 
Turkall. 



Freshman Boy's Basketball, Row one: Rich Suchy, 
Michael Alexander, Brandon Wells, Jason Griffin, 
Damion Bush, Gregory Williams, Andrew Swigs. 
Row two: Kristin Iafalice, Theo Harris, Dwayne 
Wilson. Warren Jenkins, Robert Head, Ricardo 
West, Courtney Taylor. Aaron Easter. Row three: * 
Eric Crocane, Aisha Barrett, Nick Muhvic, 
Andrew Fairman, Terrell Qubey, Robert Hudson, 
Michael Dvcks, Coach. Sean O'Toole. 




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Basketball 




basketball players 



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Varsity Girl's Basketball. Row one: Patrice Evans, 
Jennifer Huffman, Blair Adams, Krj stal 
Dominique, Tatiana Webster. Row two: Lindsey 
Mastalski, Tamika Drake, Dianca Reese, Keyasha 
Davis, Charmaine Allen. Row three: Coach. Sam 
Santilli, Maria Williams, Verea Bibbs, Suzanne 
Lucas, Delvonna Oliver, Aziza Roberts. Karen 
Anderson. Coach Wilson. 






J.V. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Stacia Ellison, 
Sarah Mascia, Blair Adams. Diondra Smith, Jamie 
Paige. Row two: Tatiana Webster. Debbie Haws. 
Dianca Reese, Aisha Howard, Keyasha Davis. Row 
three: Lindsey Mastalski, Ngozichukwu Anekwe, 
Aziza Roberts, Semata Mobe, Aqueelah Patterson, 
Stacy Kinsella Coach. Sam Santilli. 







Freshman Girl's Basketball, Row one: Trace Stewart, 
Trisba Paoloni, Tierra Harris, Christina 
Hagenbaugh. Row two: Diondra Smith, Jennifer 
Henderson, Tierra Caldwell, Tonya Ballard, Kai 
Stoudmire. Row three: Jenna Aquilano. Tara Mc 
Connell. Ngozichukwu Anekwe. Kara Malone. 
Coach. Lisa Simon. 

Patrice Evans, 
Keasha Davis and 
Dianca Reese 

practicing their 
shooting in 
preparation for their 
game. 




Basketball 



WELCOME TO 

Girl's basketball wins the conference! 



The 1999 Girl's Basketball team 
consisted of a very good group of 
ladies that were able to score, 
rebound and dribble the ball. They 
worked hard and because of that were 
able to finish in a tie for first place in the 
L.E.L. their first season. Led by 
Delvona Oliver the team was able to out 
rebound and out shoot many of their 
opponents on the way to having a very 
respectable season 



VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Solon 






VASJ 






Cleveland Hts. 






Lakewood 60 


38 




Valley Forge 


40 


61 


Elyria 


38 


33 


Shaker Hts. 






Mentor 


32 


42 


St. Joseph Trny. 


64 


41 


Riverside 51 


46 




Lakewood 59 


41 




Valley Forge 






Elyria 


56 


53 


Shaker Hts. 






Mentor 


47 


56 


South 


55 


45 



South 


55 


45 


Cleveland Hts. 


58 


53 


Mayfield 









Suzanne Lucas shows her touch as she takes a jump 
shot from the outside. 



Delvona Oliver and Keyasha Davis celebrating after 
making a basket. 



Charmaine Allen, Verea Bibbs, Jamie Paige and 
Patrice Evans working on their game during practice. 



Girl's Basketball 




THE L.E.L 

their first year 





Keyasha Davis, Aziza Roberts and Verea Bibbs are showing off their dribbling skills before the game. 



JV GIRL'S BASKETBALL 
OPPONENT US THEM 



Solon 


31 


15 


VASJ 


26 


32 


Cleveland Hts 


32 


20 


Lakewood 36 


41 




Valley Forge 


26 


45 


Elyria 


26 


36 


Shaker Hts. 


27 


20 


Mentor 


32 


40 


St. Joseph Trny. 


37 


28 


Riverside 34 


33 




Lakewood 3 1 


42 




Valley Forge 


58 


57 


Elyria 


47 


24 


Shaker Hts. 


35 


33 


Mentor 


36 


38 


South 


38 


14 


Cleveland Hts. 


34 


43 


VASJ 


47 


43 


Mayfield 


42 


27 



SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 9 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 



FRESHMAN GIRL'S BASKETBALL 
OPPONENT 

Solon 

Cleveland Hts. 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Elyria 

Shaker Hts. 

Mentor 

NDCL 

Stow 

Beaumont 

Riverside 

Lakewood 

Valley Forge 

Elyria 

Shaker Hts. 

Mentor 

South 

Cleveland Hts. 

Mayfield 

SEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 11 

L.E.L. RECORD WON 2 LOST 10 



US 


THEM 


45 


21 


25 


34 


15 


55 


21 


34 


17 


37 


24 


26 


29 


39 


26 


25 


39 


26 


35 


40 


37 


16 


27 


37 


26 


43 


32 


34 


24 


23 


40 


45 


24 


25 


45 


42 


40 


19 



Charmaine Allen and Dianca Reese are practicing 
their shots in preparation for a game. 



Girl's Basketball 



KICKING FOR THE GOAL 

Soccer teams got booted around 



The boy*s soccer team did not have 
a very successful 1998 season 
and finished with a 3-10-3 overall 
record and 3-6-1 record in the L.E.L. 
They had a difficult time getting the ball 
into scoring position and were not able 
to score many goals. 




Tony Basalla trying to get the ball into scoring 
position. 



VARSITY BOY'S SOCCER 



OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Normandy 


1 


1 


Willoughby South 


3 


4 


Shaker Heights 





4 


Nordonia 


2 


3 


Garfield Heights 


5 


3 


Valley Forge 





3 


Bedford 


2 





Elyria 





1 


West Geauga 





4 


Parma 





3 


Mayfield 


1 


1 


Mentor 





1 


Lakewood 


2 


1 


Brush 





7 


Cleveland Heights 
Eastlake North 



2 


I 


Geneva 


5 





Cleveland Heights 





6 



SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 10 TIE 3 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 3 LOST 6 TIE 1 
LEAGUE FINISH 8th 



Jennifer Rinella, Amber Fumich and Kristen 
Sehutte working to get the ball away from the 

defenders. 




vUv:Ib.iBHR 



Varsity Boy's Soccer. Row one: Mario Marusic. Row two: Oral Williams. Chris Biehl. Jim Sergo, Frank 
Mastalski, David King, Wes Crane. Row three: Coach, John Gibbons, Kevin Welsh. Jeff Sierputovt ski. Sir 
Purtival. Josh Nagle, Yvonne Gelo. Coach. Matt Wasylyk. Row four: Manny Ottinger, Ryan Ptak, Michael 
Verch, Dino Zuzic, Mike Kirodochi. Tonv Basalla. 




J. V. Boy's Soccer. Row one: Marques Richeson, Josh Nelson, Derek Matson, Oscar Siemasa, Milan 
Tomsic, John Koeth. Row two: Matt Speer, Matt Salisbury, Sam Mburu, Jovv White, Jim Mc Clave, Eric I 
Ryan. Ryan Ptak. Coach, Matt Wasylyk. Row three: Matt Robinson. Omid Takavoli. Sean Lennon. Helda I 
Zarch. Luke Shei, Joe Zuzic. 



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Soccer 





Varsity Girl's Soccer, Row one: Suzanne Lucas. Row two: Katie Kolar, Adria Mc Gill, Susan King, 
Rebecca Waina, Kathy Blatnik, Abby Biehl. Row three: Coach, Felicia Rozzati, Megan Ballanger, 
Jennifer Rinella, Kim Swansegar, Jillian Udovich, Sandra Mowery, Coach, Dick Homovec. Row four: 
Janelle Colini, Dawn Merritt, Liz Montague, Wendy Barker, Mary Tisi, Melissa Waina. 




This year threw the girls soccer 
team into surprise. Starting slow 
and short of a coach during 
preseason the L.E.L shocked them with 
the new skills needed. The girls worked 
well with the new coaching system of 
duo head coaches, Felicia Rozotti and 
Dick Homovek but still finished the 
season with a 5-9-2 record. Every game 
this year was close and depended on the 
last five minutes. We all will remember 
the way the team pulled together for the 
first game with North. Melissa Waina 
was awarded on the News Herald first 
team and Sandra Mowery on their 
second team honorable mentions went 
to Rebecca Waina and Mary Tisi. The 
post season could have been longer but 
with all of the new changes the season 
ended quickly 

-Mary Tisi 



VARSITY GIRL - S SOCCER 



OPPONENT 


US THEM 


Normandy 


1 


West Geauga 


1 7 


Shaker Heights 


2 


Eastlake North 


5 4 


VASJ 


1 2 


Perry 


3 


Valley Forge 


1 2 


Elyria 


3 2 


Kenston 


2 1 


Parma 


6 


Hawken 


2 5 


Mentor 


2 


Lakewood 


1 1 


Mayfield 


1 


Cleveland Heig 


its 2 




Tournament 


Eastlake North 


2 4 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 9 TIE 2 



V. Girl's Soccer, Row one: Angela Indiano. Row two: Amber Fumich, Katie Sanicky, Jean De Wine, 
Stephanie Hughes. Row three: Alana Purvis, Jennifer Rinella, Kim Swansegar, Jessica Short, Coach. Dale 
lollingsworth. Row four: Amanda Kane, Kristin Schutte, Karen Mc Connell, Kelly Ruskin, Janelle 








Top and Above: Dawn Merritt and Katie Sanicky 

and Jennifer Rinella maneuver the ball. 

Left: Manny Ottinger passes the ball to Dino Zuzic. 

Soccer 



***r**» 



GOOD DEFENSE 

Panther hockey team skates through aj 



The Euclid Panther Varsity 
Hockey Team had another great 
season making it to the Baron 
Cup Finals. It wasn't easy for the 
Panthers to get there though. In the 
beginning of the season the Panthers 
were stricken by several injuries that 
took five players off the ice but in no 
time the players were back and ready to 
play. They played a great regular season 
and was able to play in the Baron Cup 
Finals where they lost a tough game but 
got a highly respectable second place. 
The team was coached by Mr. Dick 
Homovec and Mr. Frank Soltesz. 
-Brett Stanic 



HOCKEY 



OPPONENT 


US THEM 


Garfield Hts. 


5 1 


Chagrin Falls 


3 


Bay Village 


1 3 


WRA 


5 3 


Chagrin Falls 


2 


Kenston 


10 


Mayfield 


7 


Lakewood 3 


3 


Culver 


5 4 


Trinity 


2 8 


Hudson 


3 2 


Garfield 


3 2 


Hudson 


1 4 


Gilmour Aeademy 


5 


Findlay 


1 2 


Upper Arlington 


5 1 


Hudson 


1 2 


WRA 


10 3 


Garfield 


5 


Orange 


8 


WRA 


4 


Chagrin Falls 


2 1 


Hudson 


4 5 


Baron Cup 


2nd place 


SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 7 TIE 1 


Above Right: Manny Ottinger scores after receiving 


the puck from Mike Verch. 


Right: Chris Gates and Nick Vereh going for the 


puck in fron of the goal 





78 



Hockey 




AND OFFENSE 



phenomenal season 




Hockey. Row one: Matt Robinson, Brett Stanic, Dave Payerchin, Matt Krutsch, Coach, Dick Homovec, Scott Trobenter, Coach. Frank Soltesz, Greg Schonauer, 
Dennis Disbrow, Josh Nagle, Chris Gates. Row two: Emily Duer, Eddie Ostrander, Tony Aquilano, Matt Mytro, Jim Brackengen, Nicholas Verch, Michael 
Verch, Mike Krutsch, Manny Ottinger, Jason Mc Cullough, Brian La Bounty 




Far Left Top and 
Bottom: Josh Nagle 
and David Payerchin, 
Nick Verch and Chris 
Gates getting ready for 
the face-off. 
Above: Josh Nagle, 
Manny Ottinger and 
Mike Verch fighting 
for the puck in front of 
the opponent's goal 
Left: Tony Aquilano 
skating for the puck. 



Hockey 



STRONG SHOWING 

Indoor Track team has another good 



The Indoor Track team began it; 
season in early February on its 
quest to prepare the athletes for 
another successful outdoor track season. 
Students participated in track and field 
events such as races, relays, high 
jumping, hurdles, triple jump, and shot 
put. Even though the weather outside was 
cold and dreary, the athletes were inside 
developing their skills for the future. The 
boy's team was coached by Mr. Tom 
Gibbons and Mr. Orlando Mason while 
the girl's team was coached by Mr. Pete 
Schwenke and Mr. Dick York. 





Above: Richard Adams landing after his triple jump. 

Above Right: Dorian Goulde easily clearing the high 
jump. 

Far Above Right and Right: Before the meet began the 
athletes would stretch out to get their muscles and 
joints limber. 



Boy's Indoor Track, Row one: Ron Hill, Paul Cunningham, Dione Ely, Dorian Goulde, Jermaine Padgette, 
T. Jones, T. Matthews, Ross Gavin, B. J. Loddy. Row two: Terence Ware, Rayshun Brown, Gary Riedel, 
Van Monrow, Amin Harville, Brandon Bell, Ashley Powell, Gregory Smith. Row three: Daniel Dycks, 
Bob Gecewich, Shawn Walford, Frank Negolfka, Matt Laurich, Coaches, Orlando Mason, and Tom 
Gibbons. 



Indoor Track 




INDOORS 

>eason on the indoor circuit 





ivtm 



jirl's Indoor Track, Row one: Shayla Holt, Amanda Tutolo, Jaonza Hicks, 
Christina Burrell. Row two: Dawn Merritt, Nicole Eslick, Shirley Morris, 
ennifer Easley. Row three: Coach. Dick York, Chris Ochilin, Octavia 
iabriel, Ursula Wein. Coach, Pete Schwenke. 



Gymnastics: Wendy Barker, Jen Williams, Megan Lipiec. Coach, Dawn Felker. 



Far Left: 
Nicole Eslick 

speeds away 
after getting 
the baton from 
Dawn Merritt 
Ursula Wein 
watches in the 
background. 

Left: Nicole 
Eslick lands in 
her triple jump. 

Below: Dawn 
Merritt and 
Nicole Easlick 

warm up by 
jogging around 
the track. 




Indoor Track/Gymnastics 



STROKING THROUGH 

Both boys and girls teams struggled 



There was plenty of depth in the 
pool but there wasn't enough 
depth on the boy's and girl's 
swim teams which led to a year of less 
than average accomplishments. One 
bright spot for the boys was Michael 
MikJavcic who was able to reach the 
District competition. The team was 
coached by Mr. Joe Rodriguez. 




Boy's Swimming. Row one: Michael Tschantz, Brian Walther, Pete Phillips, Dave Kilkenney, Jesse 
Scheider, Kenny Modelski, Corey Conell. Row two: Jim Kolenc, Mike Barnauskas, David King, Joe 
Rinella, Milan Tomsic, Chris Mayle, Eric Ryan. Row three: Brian Glicken, Michael Miklavcic, Joe Zuzic, 
Dino Zuzic, Omid Tavakoli, Marco Razzauti. Coach. Joe Rodriguez. 



BOY'S SWIMMING 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Lakewoood 


93 


89 


Elyria 


113 


51 


Valley Forge 


97 


88 


Berea Relays 


111 




Cleveland Hts. 


128 


45 


Shaker Hts. 


54 


129 


Mentor 


89 


94 


LEL 


5/7 




Sectionals 5/17 







SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 




Jim Kolenc and Michael Miklavcic are both working 
hard on their butterfly stroke. 



The swim team captains. Jesse Scheider, Michelle 
Wilson, Jessica Scott, Kirsten Knauss, Michael 
Miklavcic. 




/\ Milan Tomsic is showing his breast stroke. 
\ 82 \ Swimming 



THE WATER 

because of a lack of depth 




Girl's Swimming, Row one: Shawn Joyce, Michelle Wilson, Gail Mc Kay, Melissa Breeding, Krysti 
Scheider, Natalie Greer. Row two: Vicki Bowser, Laura Osterman, Tina Peric, Bridget Resnik, Mary Tisi, 
Rebecca Waina. Row three: Jessica Scott, Kristen Knauss, Sarah Osterman, Rachel Lewand, Julie 
Stobierski, Heather Champa. Coach, Joan Bush. 



The girl's swim team worked hard 
but suffered from a lack of good 
swimmers. They finished the 
season with a 3-5 record and came in 
fourth in the L.E.L. A few of the ladies 
were able to get to Districts. Rachel 
Lewand in the 1 00 fly, Kirsten Knauss 
in the 100 backstroke and the 200 free 
relay of Jessica Scott, Rachel Lewand, 
Kirsten Knauss and Tina Peric made it 
to Districts. One of the major problems 
was not enough girls participating in the 
events. Mrs. Joan Bush was the coach 
for the group. 

II 



GIRL'S SWIMMING 



US 



OPPONENT 

Beaumont 88 

Lakewoood 

Elyria 

Magnificat 

CSU 

Valley Forge 

Berea Relays 

Cleveland Hts. 

Shaker Hts. 

Orange Relays 

Mentor 

LEL 

SEASON RECORD WON LOST 



THEM 




Above: Omid Tavakoli, Corey Conell and Dino Zuzic taking off the blocks to begin a race. 

Left: Rachel Lewand trying to lower her times. Swimming 



KEEPING UP THE 

The cheerleaders keep up the spirit of 



This year's cheerleading squads led 
the panther fans with enthusiastic 
cheers and chants on the sidelines. 
They traveled with Euclid's football and 
basketball teams to boost the spirits of the 
fans and players. Thirteen sophomores, 
juniors and seniors made up the varsity 
football squad and nine returned to cheer 
for the basketball season. The cheerlead- 
ers began practicing in July for the 1998 
football season. During the season they 
practiced after school on Mondays and 
Thursdays. For basketball they practiced 
before each game. Laura Grosel, a 
teacher at Upson Elementary School was 
the varsity football and basketball coach. 
Mrs. Rodin coached the JV squads while 
Lauren Scheurman, a Cleveland 
elementary school teacher, coached the 
freshman squads. The athletes worked 
hard to raise the enthusiasm of the fans 
and help lead the panther teams to 
victories. 

-Allison Penko 




Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Nicole Samsa, Jennifer Rys, Michelle Heising, Natalie Beck. Row 
two: Maryann Colvin, Liz Skok, Megan Stefanac, Elizabeth Scheurman. Row three: Kelly Baylog, Leah 
Cherne, Allison Penko, Kendra Smith, Abby Stanic. 




J.V. Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Michelle Fine, Jenny Kapeluch. Row two: 
Melissa Shea, Laurie Mills. Row three: Kendra Smith, Lindsay Beck, Jennifer 
Davies, Elizabeth Scheurman. 

The cheerleaders always made a sign 
for the football players to run through 
to begin the game. 

Cheerleaders 



Freshman Football Cheerleaders. Row one: Stacy Ulle. Row two: Lisa Koller, 
Mandy Harris. Row three: Alana Purvis, Elana Wells, Katie Civic. 




ENTHUSIASM 

the student body 




Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Leah Cherne, Michelle Heising. Row J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Melissa Shea, Michelle Fine, Jenny 
two: Natalie Beck, Abby Stanic, Liz Skok. Row three: Kendra Smith, Kelly Kapeluch. Row two: Kim Swansegar, Megan Stefanac, Maryann Colvin. Row 

Baylog, Nicole Samsa, Allison Penko. three: Christina Ewing, Lindsay Beck, Elizabeth Scheurman. 




Freshman Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Tierra Mitchell. Row two: Cristina Pacheco, Alana Purvis, 
Fessica Stenroos. Row three: Jennifer Kope, Stacy Ulle, Megan Kelly, Lisa Koller. 




Kelly Baylog and Leah Cherne show how 
high they will jump to cheer for their team. 



Cheerleaders 








Fifty years ago when the first classes began at Euclid 
High School there were many extracurricular activities 
the students were able to participate in. Throughout the 
years some of the activities have changed but many have 
remained the same. There has always been a Student Council 
and a Marching Band but fifty years ago there wasn't a 
S.A.V.E. or a Poetry Club. The school has changed with the 
times but, regardless, there were many activities that the 
students could participate in and enjoy while at Euclid High 
School. 




Birthday! 





Top: Students learn about the newspaper at a 
Survey meeting. 

Above: Mrs. Ellen Klein explains what the Kids On 
The Block will be doing throughout the year. 

Above Right: Members of N.J.R.O.T.C. carry the 
colors at a football game. 

Above Far Right: Varsity Chorale singing the 
National Anthem and the Alma Mater before a 
football game. 

Right: Band members marching through the halls 
during eight period before a game. 




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Activities Divider 




ACTIVITIES 




Top Left: The Flag Corps performs during the halftime shows. 

Top Right: The Marehing Band gave students a chance to show their musical abilities. 

Above: The Poetry Club enjoys poetry with Ms. Barbara Spiga. 

Below Left: Katie Sanicky, Gabrielle Kelly and Kristen Clark learning about other cultures with Mrs. Ingrid 

Koenig in the Cultural Club. 




Lauren Miheli, Dan Seifried, Matt Krutsch, Bob Butera, David King and 
Derik Malenda are working hard practicing with the It's Academic group. 

Activities Divider 



JAZZ AND 

Jazz Band plays with deep feeling 



The East 222nd Street Jazz Band 
presented their annual winter 
concert in the auditorium on the 
evening of Monday, December 14, 1998 
in conjunction with the Voices of New 
Life Gospel Choir. The Jazz band 
practiced on Tuesdays after school in 
order to get ready for their concert. 
They were directed by Ms. Diane 
Tizzano. 





Jazz Band. Row one: Brian Cocherell, Tim Day, Kari Cunningham, Jeff Englebrecht, James Powell. Row 
two: Dave Solema, Frank De Luca, Chris Mayle, Sarah Hiscott, Steve Paternite, Amy Burya, Jessica 
Morris, Director. Ms. Diane Tizzano. Row three: Dave Kilkenney, Ryan Farkas, Jennifer Davis, Jen 
Emser. 



Jazz Band 




Above Left: Ms. Diane Tizzano contemplates 
what has to be done to make the music sound the 
way she wants it to sound. 



Left and Above: The Jazz Band practices in order 
to become proficient with their music. 

Right: Myron Matlock and Kathleen Oprian 

like to practice together since it makes the music 
sound better. 



STRINGS 



Orchestra presents an intense mood 




Orchestra, Row one: Director, Mrs. Cathy Vetovetz, Alana Purvis, Elizabeth Gudaitis, Kathleen Oprian, 
Kelly Wise, Jamie Paige, Meg Harasym, Emily Baker, Jennifer Poulos, Alison Abieeunas, Christina 
Hagenbaugh, Myron Matlock. Row two: Steve Sabo, Glen Ramdhan, Syreeta Rambert, Shawn Joyce, 
Michaelynn Heaton, Danielle Mahone, Tamika Drake, Kirsten Knauss, Chris Mayle, James Powell. Row 
three: Aida Cunningham, Doninique Drake, Christine Sennert, Megan Lipiec, Jenni Emser, Steve 
Paternite, Angela Tucci. Luke Shy, Sarah Schweikert. Row four: Chris Hongosh, Mark Moster, Daniel 
Slepsky, Marques Mc Millian, Dave Solema, Ryan Farkas, Nick Mc Gill, Matt Hiscott, Jessica Morris, 
Dave Kilkenney, Amanda Price, Raphael Mitchell 




Above: The Orchestra 
practices together to see 
how the music will 
sound. 

Above Right: Emily 
Baker turns the pages of 
the music so that Jessica 
Morris and accompany 
the Orchestra. 
Left: Dominique 
Drake, Elizabeth 
Gudaitis and Christina 
Hagenbaugh practicing 
together to get the 
timing correct. 



The Orchestra presented their 
Winter Concert on Thursday, 
December 17, 1998 in the 
auditorium along with the Choraliers, 
the Choral Masters and the Varsity 
Chorale. The Orchestra practiced fourth 
period during the year after the March- 
ing Band was done practicing for the 
football games. The Orchestra was 
directed by Mrs. Cathy Vetovetz. 




Syreeta Rembert shows off how big her bass is in 
comparison to everyone else's instrument. 



Orchestra 



MARCHING AND 

The Marching Band puts on| 



The 1998 Euclid Panther Marcher 
Band was again directed by Ms. 
Diane Tizzano. Field directors 
were senior Megan Lipiec and junior 
David Kilkenney. The band began 
practicing in August in order to get 
ready for the football games that began 
when school started. The band presented 
half time shows at all the home and 
away football games as well as traveling 
to the Wooley Bear Festival that was 
held in October in Vermilion. They 
practice hard to perfect their routines so 
the fans would be rewarded with an 
enjoyable celebration. 




Above: Student Director, Megan Lipiec, directing the 
band on the field. 

Top Right: Junior Field Director, David Kilkenney, 

performing on the field. 

Above Right Middle: Matt Hiscott, Brian Cocherell, 
Jason Skok and Tim Sheehan relaxing after their 
performance. 

Right: During the game the band members play in the 
stands. 



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Marching Band 




PLAYING MUSIC 

the half time shows 




Marching Band. Row one: Dave Kilkenney, Megan Lipiec. Row two: Shana Miklavcic, Michael Verch, Stan Vernier, Wendy Barker, Katie Collins, Mark Moster. 
Mick Mc Gill, Kendra Smith. Row three: Tammy Ewing, Director, Diane Tizzano. Ron four: Jessica Scott. Sarah Lipiec, Joe Zuzic, Jeff Evans, Brian Lennon, 
Dave Solema, Steve Rys, Mario Sigh, Jim Morrison, Dan Giancola, Rob Walsh, Kristy Berkheimer. Row five: Vicky Varish, Ryan Farkas, Milan Tomsk, Glen 
Ramdhen, Sean Lennon, Rashad Bell, Stephanie Holtz, Janitta Boyd, Jason Giancola, Daniel Slepsky, Dawn Cicco, Melissa Medlen, James Roth, Liz Copic. Row 
ix: Rachel Eiding, Jennifer Savies, Latasha Johnson, Torus Barrow, Andrea Mc Cullough, Jessica Morris, Shawn Joyce, Cristina Pacheco, Katie Ketchum, 
Elizabeth Scheurman, Christine Pittard, Amanda Kane, Amanda Price, Andrea Urban. Row seven: Emilie Baker, Sensity Vansen, Jenny Emser, Jamie Paige, 
Michaelynn Heaton, Meg Harrison, Amey Griffin, Kimberly Thompson, Gil Mc Kay, Daniel Moen, Kathleen Obran, Chris Hungash. Kelly Hanson, Aida 
unningham. Jennifer Rys, Kristen Urban, Kristina Ewing. Row eight: Bethany Fine, La Shawn Mc Griff, Dino Zuzic, Abby Biehl, Jean De Wine, Marcia 
ainey, Angela Suchy, Chris Mayle, Matt Speer, Marcus Mc Millan, Sarah Hiscott, Steve Paternite, Amy Burya, Jennifer Barker, Simone Tomlinson Row nine: 
ichell Olfin, Tanish Mc Dowell, Celeste Armstrong, Jason Skok, Tim Sheehan, Crista Rice, Jeff Englebrecht, Rich Rohl, Kari Cunningham, Tierra Mitchel, 
anny Habit, Owen Strodbeck, Chad Henderson, Tim Day, Amber Funich, Jamis Powell, Brian Cocherell, Matt Hiscott, Jenny Capella, Carla Candela, Robin 
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Left and Above: Marching Band members performing their movements on the field during their half time 



ceremony 



Marching Band 



WAVING AND 

Flag Corps wave their flags around 



The 1998 edition of the Euclid Flag 
Corps began practicing with the 
Marching Band in August. They 
perfected their routines so they could 
perform at football games during half 
time. They also traveled with the band 
when they went to different events 
outside the school like the Wooly Bear 
Festival in October. The girls developed 
a strong relationship with each other 
which lasted throughout the year. 




Flag Corps. Row one: Vicki Yarish, Liz Copic. Row two: Jenny Kapeluch, Carla Candela, Samone 
Jackson. Row three: Kristen Urban, Andrea Urban, Michelle Wilson, Desiree Moore, Emilie Baker, 
Tanish Mc Dowell. Row four: Bethany Fine, La Shawn Mc Griff, Celeste Armstrong, Robin Arp, Crissy 
Ewing, Rachel Eiding, Jenny Barker. 




TWIRLING 

Majorettes twirl their batons 



Far Right Above: Jessica Scott and Kristy 
Berkheimer standing at attention. 

Right: Jessica Scott, Brian Cocherell and Tim 
Sheehait waiting for the music to begin. 

?ar Right: Shana Miklavcic dancing and twirling 



The Majorettes performed at 
football games with the Marching 
Band and the Flag Corps. They 
twirled their batons and danced with the 
Flag Corps members as well as with the 
band members. 




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SINGING AND 

Choraliers and ChoralMasters did the singing 



The Choraliers and Choral Masters 
presented their Winter Concert on 
Thursday, December 17, 1998 along with 
the Varsity Chorale and the Orchestra. 
Both of the groups practice during the 
school day and were directed by Ms. 
Diane Tizzano. 





Choraliers. Row one: Katie Sivik, Jennifer Fischer, Lauren Boyce, Cindy Oden, Crystal Duckworth, 
Autumn Duckworth, Antoinette Aquila, Tuniesha Jenkins, Gayle Hayduke, Jessica Short. Row two: 
Director. Ms. Diane tizzano, Jennifer Fink, Rachel Freddo, Alex Spikes, Elana Wels, Mandy Harris, Lisa 
Kollar, Tyra Creer, Marquita Cavin. 



Megan Wise, Jennifer Davis and Dawn Attwood 

getting ready for the Winter Concert. 





Choral Masters, Row one: Jennifer Kapeluch, Emily Baker, LeCretia Bolden, Kelly Wise, Vicky Yarish, 
Taresa Willingham, Laurel Kuhen, Michelle Fine, Rebecca Marek, Brandy Lesko, Christina Gamero. 
Row two: Shannon Mc Collum, Meghan Wise, Bethany Fine, Jonathan Wilbraham, Nate Dore, Steve 
Paternite, Vicky Bowser, Angela Tucci, Rachel Dixon, Tanya Dorsey. Row three: Octavia Gabriel, Kelly 
Collins, Krista Shaw, Jennifer Davies, Jarod Miller, Nick Mc Gill, Toniya demons, Alisha Burr, Jessica 
Morris, Ruth Woldering. Row tour: Dawn Cicco, Nicole Candow, Dawn Attwood, Katie Collins, Karin 
Anderson, Andrew Walker, Katie Blazetic, Amanda Candow, Tzeitel Guilamo. 



Above: Some Choraliers getting together and 

practicing their music. 

Right: Gayle Hayduke, Alex Spikes, Lauren Boyce, 

Cindy Odan, Jessica Short and Antoinette Aquila 

looking over their music. 

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DANCING 

Varsity Chorale sang and danced 



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Varsity Chorale, Row one: Jessica Locust, Candace Longshaw. Stephanie Hughes. Jean De Wine. Jenna 
Kuklica, Nicole Samsa. Row two: David King. Dan Seifried, Mike Mauer. Steve Paternite, Nate Dore. Row 
three: Director. Mr. Ken Ferlito, Kirsten Knauss. Kristen Clark, Joe Plovock. Jon Hoinski, Jennifer Koller. 
Liz Montague. Row four: Chris Mayle, Andrew Walker, Chris Zalevvski. 



Left: Dan Seifried, 
Jessica Hendrickson, 
Leah Cherne, Jon 
Hoinski and Nate Dore 

practicing before their 
Winter Concert. 
Right: Liz Montague and 
Nate Dore dancing. 
Below: Varsity Chorale 
singing the National 
Anthem before a football 
game. 

Below Right: Kirsten 
Knauss, Jessica 
Hendrickson and Liz 
Montague ready for their 
concert. 





The Varsity Chorale was a group of boys 
and girls that sang and danced at 
different events throughout the year. At 
football games they would sing the Alma 
Mater and the National Anthem. They 
would perform at other schools and 
businesses during the winter season. 
They put on their annual Winter Concert 
with the Choral Masters, Choraliers and 
Orchestra on December 17. 1998. They 
were directed by Mr. Ken Ferlito. 




Varsity Chorale 



SINGING GOSPEL 

Voices of New Life bring soul to their music 



The students in Voices of New Life 
practiced after school in order to 
prepare for their concert which 
was presented on December 14 in 
conjunction with the Jazz Band. The 
group specializes in gospel-type songs 
and is directed by Mr. Clifford Beasley. 





Voices of New Life. Row one: Lynetta Hughey, Nicole Terrence, Christina Burrell, Monique Aldridge, 
Carmen Rice. Autumn Duckworth. Row two: Tuniesha Jenkins, Leah Scales, Brandy Sharp, Brandon 
Lemon, Crystal Jamerson, Omega Parker. Row three: Michelle Hess, Jaclyn Watts, Adviser, Mr. Clifton 
Beasley, Tiffany Anderson, Desmond Johnson, Chrissy Green. 



Above: Clifford Beasley and Crystal Jamerson talk 

to the members. 

Right and Below: Members getting ready to begin 

practicing. 




HIGH CLASS PRESENTATION 

Concert Band produces February program 




Concert Band, Row one: Dawn Cicco, Katie Ketchum, Elizabeth Scheurman, Cristina Pacheco, Adrea Mc Collum, Torrence Barrow, Amanda Kane. Jessica 
Morris, Ashley Kenner, Megan Lipiec, Christine Pittard, Amanda Price. Row two: Aida Cunningham, Kelly Hanson, Nanci Miklowski, Jennifer Rys, Michaelynn 
Heaton, Danielle Mahone, Amey Griffin, Matt Speer, Melissa Medlen, Daniel Slepsky, Jim Roth, Meg Harasym, Abby Biehl, Jeff Englebrecht, Tierra Mitchell, 
Tim Day, Brian Cocherell, James Powell, Kari Cunningham. Row three: Directors. Molly Miller and Diane Tizzano, Gail Mc Kay, Kimberly Thompson, Kathleen 
Oprian, Chris Hongosh, Shawn Joyce, Sarah Lipiec, Rashad Bell, Stephanie Holtz, Jonathan Gudaitis, Sean Lennon, Milan Tomsic, Joe Zuzic, Joe Oslund, Glen 
Ramdhan, Jennifer Davies, David Kilkenney, Jennifer Emser, Ryan Farkas, Janitta Boyd, Amber Fumich, Dan Habat, Chad Henderson, Carmen Rice, Rich 
Rohl, Owen Strodtbeck. Row tour: Brian Lennon, Dave Solema, Mark Moster, Steven Rys, Mike Verch, Dan Giancola, Stan Vernier, Jason Giancola, Marsha 
Rainey, Dino Zuzic, Jean De Wine, Matt Hiscott, Jason Skok, Tim Sheehan, Carl Rohlke, Angela Tucci, Chris Mayle, Sarah Hiscott, Marques Mc Millian, Steve 
Paternite. 

The Euclid High Concert Band 
consisted of students who had an 
intense interest in music. I began 
after Marching Band season was over 
and practice for their concert which was 
presented on February 10. Ms. Diane 
Tizzano and Ms. Molly Miller were the 
directors who assured that the perfor- 
mance was well prepared for. 





Concert Band students getting ready tor their 
concert - Concert Band 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Student Council performs many functions at EHS 



The Euclid High School Student 
Council was very active in the 
school and community. It 
participated in Coats for Kids, American 
Red Cross Blood Drives and food drives 
to help those in need. They also spon- 
sored the Homecoming and Winterfest 
dances, a community Halloween Party 
and a Senior/Faculty Basketball Game. 
The members also worked very hard to 
raise money to lower the cost of activi- 
ties. They had a lot of fun serving the 
school and community. The advisers for 
the group were Ms. Penny Pletcher and 
Mrs. Mary Ann Rodin. 



-Leah Cherne 




Student Council. Executive Board: Co-adviser, Ms. 
Penny Pletcher, Nate Dore, Treasurer, Leah 
Cherne. Vice-President, Niki Yannaras, Secretary, 
Chanel Lockett, President. Not pictured, co-adviser. 
Mrs. Mary Ann Rodin. 

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Niki Yannaras gets tied up while Niki Sams and 
Megan Novinc decorated the cafeteria for the Winter 
Holidays. 

Student Council 




Student Council Representatives. Row one: Megan Ballinger, Adria Mc Gill, Danielle Bailey, Christina 
Hagenbaugh, Stephanie Hughes, Vicky Bowser, Niki Yannaras, Leah Cherne. Row two: Dominique 
Drake, Greg Schonauer, Jennifer Rys, Mercedes Ivey, Angela Cipriano, Susan King, Kelly Collins, Shrut 
Malik Row three: Chanel Lockett, Ngozichukwu Anekwe, Nate Dore, Cheryl Brewer. Dan Seifried. 
Crystal Jamerson, Kenneth VVardel. 




Student Council. Row one: Niki Yannaras, Vicky Yarish, Stephanie Hughes, Jessica Hendrickson. Danielle 
Bailey, Christina Hagenbaugh, Kelly Collins, Leah Cherne. Row two: Chanell Lockett, Austine Clark, 
Tonya Ballard, Chris Hongosh, Jennifer Rys, Megan Ballinger, Shannon Setser, Katie Kolar, Vicky 
Bowser, Mary Mc Cava, Nate Dore. Row three: Dominique Drake, Adria Mc Gill, Kenneth Wardell, 
Deloris Acuban, Susan King, Abby Stanic, Wendy Barker, Marcea Propana, Angela Cipriano, Shruti 
Malik, Oluwakemi Ojo. Row four: Mercedes Ivey, Erica Stahre, Niki Sams, Dan Seifried, Megan Novinc, 
Matthew Tschantz, Crystal Jamerson, Jen Williams, Stacy Ulle, Shavon Pannell, Nekima Hill. Row five: 
Ngozichukwu Anekwe, Tameka Drake, Greg Schonauer, Matt Krutsch, Cheryl Brewer, Devin Voll, Dave 
Solema, Rob Walsh, Devin Voll. Sharonda Dickinson, Crystal Langford, Courtney Valentine. Row six: 
Cordell Morris, Michael Miklavcic, Chris Zalewski, Nieshiaa Lewis. Laquonta Lewis, Shondra Stewart 




Melissa Bartehak and Shannon Ivancic gave blood during the Student Council Blood Drive 




STUDENTS IN UNIFORM 

N.J.R.O.T.C. teaches students about the armed forces 




MJROTC members practicing their marching techniques in the parking lot in preparation for their competitions 
A'ith other schools. 



The Euclid High School 
N.J.R.O.T.C. soared to new 
heights in its fifth year at Euclid. 
Being named an Honor Unit, it was 
ranked one of the top in the country. 
They participated in many community 
service events such as Harvest for 
Hunger (with Student Council). Toys 
for Tots, and tutoring Forest Park sixth 
graders. They also presented color 
details to the community at high school 
football and basketball games and at 
two Cleveland Cavs Basketball games. 
The cadets learned a lot about leader- 
ship and had a lot of fun working 
together. William Gray and Larry 
Isaacs were the instructors for the 



group. 



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Leah Cherne 




Above Far Left: NJROTC members were the color 
guard at all the football games and at some basketball 
games. 

Above Left: Amanda Bachmann has her ascot 
adjusted by Amani Brown while Ilya Kharin looks 
on. The group was getting ready to travel to another 
school for an inspection. 

Above: Sgt.Mjr. Larry Isaacs making sure that 
Valerie Van Ho and Rachel Dixon are ready for their 
inspection. 

Left: The members checking each other out to make 
sure that everything is in its proper place. 

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



THE BEST OF THE BEST 

NHS selects students with high achievement and service 



The National Honor Society 
members were chosen by their 
academic and their service 
achievements. Not only did a candidate 
have to have a good grade point average, 
they also had to be involved in extracur- 
ricular and community activities. To be a 
member of the N.H.S. meant that the 
person was a hard worker who was 
involved in many activities. Ms. Diane 
Maroli was the adviser for the group. 





N.H.S., Row one: Amy Salupo, Megan Ballinger, Susan King, Abby Stanic, Shannon Ivancic, Melanie 
Fuller, Niki Yannaras. Row two: Dave Solema, Wendy Barker, Anthony Castrovince, Kevin Carse, Julie 
Thompson, Karen Salisbury, Megan Novinc. Row three: Lynne Stern, Katie Collins, Nanci Miklowski, Jon 
Hoinski, Michael Miklavcic, Brian Cocherell, Katie Dobucki, Melissa Ahmetovic, Maria Williams. 



N.H.S. Executive Board, Clockwise from Top: 
Niki Yannaras, Recording secretary, Amy 
Salupo, Historian, Abby Stanic, Vice President, 
Susan King, President, Nanci Miklowski, 

Corresponding secretary- 




Above: Ms. Diane Maroli is the adviser for the 

N.H.S. 

Above Right and Right: N.H.S. members learning 

what projects they will be participating in in the 

future. 

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SLIDING AND GLIDING 

Skiers and snowboarders have a fun time in the winter 




Ski Club members on the bus on their way to Brandy wine Ski Area for an evening of skiing. 




Michelle Knistautas, Shannon Setser, Steve Cozart, Oral Williams, Michael Miklavcic and Jeff Evans 

getting ready to go out to the slopes. 




The Euclid High School Ski and 
Snowboard Club consisted of fifty 
six students who enjoyed winter 
more because they were able to slide 
down the snow covered hills at 
Brandywine Ski Area. The group 
traveled by chartered tour bus on 
Thursday evenings during the winter to 
get lessons at the ski area. The group also 
planned a trip to Holiday Valley in New 
York on the Friday before President's 
weekend. Snowboarding has really 
increased in popularity over the past 
several years and this year was the first 
time there were more snowboarders than 
skiers in the club. The program gave 
students an excellent chance to learn how 
to ski or snowboard. 

Far Left and Left: Niki Sams, Karen Salisbury. 

Megan Novinc and Julie Thompson getting on the 

rope tow and Jen Davies, Christina Browski and Jen 

Emser waiting for their lesson. 

Below: Joe Zuzic and Dave Cerne getting ready to go 

snowboarding. 




Pat Finegan helps Erica Scaparotti get her boot on 
while Katy Farrell looks on. Rich Rohl, David 
Solema and Victoria Varish waiting for the lift. 

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WINTER 

Winterfest gave students a 



On February 27, from 8:00-1 1 :00 
P.M. Euclid students got a chance 
to dance and socialize with their 
friends at the annual Winterfest Dance 
that was put on by Student Council. The 
dance was moved back from its usual 
Valentines Day weekend and occurred 
two weeks later than usual. The E-room 
was decorated with balloons and paper 
and refreshments were served. 130 
couples came to the dance to be together 
and 110 students just got dressed up and 
came single. No matter who they came 
with, the students were treated to a good 
time and they were able to vote for who 
they wanted to be the Winterfest King 
and Queen. Michael Miklavcic was 
elected the Winterfest King and Niki 
Yannaras was chosen as the Queen. The 
winners were announced at 9:30 and the 
King and Queen danced with each other 
while the rest of the candidates danced 
with their dates. Dancing was a high 
priority and a lot of it went on throughout 
the evening. 




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Winterfest candidates: Rachel Blevins, Janelle Colini, Shannon Setser, Abby Stanic, Niki Yannaras, 
Victoria Yarish. Kevin Carse, Dave Edmonds, Mike Miklavcic, Greg Schonauer and Jason Skok were 
announced at the dance. 




Mrs. Marilyn Foote helps Manny Ottinger put his 
flower on while Suzanne Lucas looks on. 



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Winterfest 



Mike Grubach, Erin Reilly, Lisa Basalla, Kelly Baylog, Allison Penko, Sandra Mowery, Lindsey Nagode 
and Greg Schonauer at the dance. 



ENCHANTMENT 

chance to dress up and be together 




Brandon Shaw, Brandon Richardson, Chris Moore, Julie Stobierski, Antoine Moss, Jaonza Hicks, Melissa 
Longo and Jamel Spivey all looked nice al the dance. 



Mike Mikilavcic being crowned as the Winterfest 
King. 



Winterfest 



MEETING OTHER CULTURES] 

A.F.S. gives students a chance to interact with different peoples 



The A.F.S. (American Field 
Service) enabled students to learn 
about other people and the 
countries that they came from. Foreign 
exchange students would speak at the 
meetings and the members sometimes 
visited other schools in other states to see 
how different people behaved. Mrs. 
Barbara Ramlow and Ms. Jane Addis 
were the advisers for the group. 



A.F.S.. Row one: Manny Ottinger, Katy 
Carmichael, Gabrielle Kelly, Mike Razzauti. Row 
two: Sara Pfahl. Karin Anderson, Liz Montague, 
Lisa Basalla, Jeff Evans. Row three: Liz Skok, 
Amy Burya, Ingrid Orlic, Molly Petras. Row four: 
Jean De Wine, Amanda Kane, Carolyn Connely, 
Angela Indiano, Melissa VVaina, Melissa 
Bartchak. Row five: Greg Schonauer. Molly 
Dindia, Katv Collins. 




Above: AFS students learning about what they will be 

doing throughout the year. 

Right: Adviser, Ms. Jane Addis explains to the 

members what the have to do to be able to go on a 

trip. 



Kristen Donner, Leah Cherne, Nate Dore, Reggie 
Cochran, Lindsay Hess and Ms. Kathleen Mc 
Donnell are acting out a presentation at the Models 
for Unity Conference which was held at Cleveland 
State University and involved advanced mediators. 



American Field Service 




RESOLVING CONFLICTS 

Student mediators help prevent altercations 




Mediators. Row one: Bethany Fine, Kelly Collins, Nate Dore. Leah Cherne. Valerie Van Ho, Carrie 
Cunningham, Moonilai Ramdhan, Katie Mc Donnell. Row two: Daniel Dycks, Robert Graves, Sam Smyth, 
Jasmin Oliver, Shayla Holt, Candace Longshaw, Stacia Ellison. Row three: Maria Williams, Kendra 
Smith, Nekima Hill, Lindsay Hess, Charmaine Allen. Brandon Henderson, Rahman Shavers, Reginald 
Cochran. Row tour: Rodney Walton, Tamika Drake, Brandon Shaw, Lynne Stern, Matt Mitro, Erin 
Herzberg, Bonnie Mc Ghee, Tiffany Hall. Not Pictured: Elizabeth Montague, Dinal Patel. Sandra Mowery, 
Christina Burrell, Dan Seifried, Amber La Fountain, Antoine Goodwin, Nicole Candovv, Ron Hill, 
Chrystal Crosby, Moreo Black, Courtney Carter, Dion Elie, La Maria Holmes, Ilya Kharin. Brandon 
Lemon, Tom Ryder, Dionte Preston, Nicole Pritchett, Nancv Urban. 




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\he 65 mediators at Euclid High 
School worked very hard to keep 
the peace in the school. Participat- 
ing in over 100 mediations and in the 
City of Cleveland Models for Unity 
Conference helped them to earn a total of 
over 300 hours of community service 
combined. The mediators held workshops 
to enhance their listening and nonviolent 
communication skills. They enjoyed 
helping the school and their peers. The 
coordinator for the group was Ms. 
Kathleen Mc Donnell. 
-Leah Cherne 




Adviser. Ms Kathleen Mc Donnell. describes to the 
members what they will be doing. 

The F.T.A. (Future Teachers of 
America) consisted of students 
who were planning to go into 
education. The students got a chance to 
see what it was like to be a teacher and 
what was necessary to become certified 
as a teacher. They got a behind the scenes 
look at what teachers do and what it was 
like to be one. 



Far Above Left: EHS mediators. Tiffany Hall and 
Crystal Crosby train third grade "Conflict Managers" 
in Euclid elementary schools. 

Above Left: Students interested in becoming future 
educators filling out information forms about 
themselves. 

Left: Mediator. Dan Seifried. participating in role- 
playing games at a nonviolent communication 
workshop. 



Mediators/F.T.A. 



HELP AROUND THE HALLS 

Office Aides allow the staff to function better 



Office Runners gave up study 
halls, lunches and free periods 
to help the counselors, secretar- 
ies and principals by running passes, 
filing papers and photocopying papers. 
They helped the school run smoothly. 
-Leah Cherne 





Left: Dontell Lassiter gets information about 
schedules from the computer. 

Above: Erin Reilly helps in the offices by keeping the 
files organized. 

Right: Athletic secretary, Mrs. Pauline Johnson gets 
a lot of help from Dawn Merritt. 

Below: Dawn Brazis and Stephanie Buchanan help 
Mrs. Carolyn Triggs in the attendance office. 




Allyson Kumel distributes mail to all the staff 

members. 



Office Aides 




HELP AROUND THE CLINIC 

Clinic aides assist those who are ill 



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any students gave up their free 
periods and study halls to help 
sick students in the clinic. They 
helped run passes, take temperatures and 
care for the needs of students who were 
feeling a little under the weather. 
-Leah Cherne 




Above Lett: Robin Arp helps Brian Borcziak get 

some relief from the pain in his foot. 

Above: Takara Baugh takes a student's temperature 
to determine if they need to be sent home. 

Left: Brian Borcziak takes Dawn Merritt's blood 

Pressure as part of a program to see if a student is 
healthy. 



Get Fit club started to help students live healthy 




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new club that just began this 
year was the Get Fit Club. The 
.purpose was to encourage its 
members to live a healthy life style. 
They met after school and would do 
aerobic exercises. The adviser for the 
group was a professional new to Euclid 
this year. Ms. Raquel Eatmon came to 
Euclid as a "Special Artist". In addition 
to the Get Fit Club she also produced a 
talk show in the Little Theater called 
"Euclid Hiah Live". 



Get Fit members doing aerobics 
after school to get fit. 



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KEEPING THE ENGINE RUNNING 

Vocational Automotives learn how to service automobiles 



Having trouble with your car? 
Take it to a mechanic to get it 
fixed. How do mechanics learn 
how to repair cars? The Vocational 
Automotive program was one way. The 
program was taught by Mr. Tony 
Rozman and it was a way for students to 
learn how to service and to repair 
automobiles. The junior class met in the 
morning and the senior class met in the 
afternoon. They worked on their own 
cars and on the cars of teachers and other 
students to gain a working knowledge of 
automobile repair. 





Junior Vocational Automotive. Row one: Robert Cirino, Terik Camarra, Jermaine Padgette, Rafik Bandy 
Jarrod Holmes, instructor. Mr. Tony Rozman. Row two: J. P. Kilroy, Richard Adams, Brandon Graves, 
Eric Williams, Fred Taylor, Eric Stinger. Row three: Tim Haneline, Nick Malnar. Matt Hiscott, Adam 
Dvbzinski. 



Top: Almir Duheric. Damon Luksich and Ben 

Halstead working on their ID. 

Above: Jermaine Padgette, Rafik Bandy, Eric 

Stenger and Eric Williams learning about the 

different parts on an engine. 

Left: Senior class members trying to lift up the car. 

Voc. Automotives 




MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS 

C.B.E. learns how to work in an office 




Cooperative Business Education, Row one: Leah Edmonds, Amy Pierce, Kimberly Tramsak, Nichelle 
Church, Jamie Benak, Kongsy Saengchareun. Row two: Zemearia Dent, Rita Dovvell, Tamea Jones, 
Jamikka Willis, Candy Tucker, Lea Acino. Row three: Diana Dukes, Angela Sabbath, Ronald Tyler Jr.. 
Veronica Callaway, Nicole Yarbrough. 




Cooperative Business Education 
was all about working on 
computers, having a job, leaving 
school in the afternoon and having 
FUN. Mrs. Ellen Klein, the CBE 
coordinator, taught what you would 
expect if you worked in a business 
office. You also learned how to develop 
a professional resume, how to use 
Microsoft Word software, how to file, 
how to use a machine transcriber, and 
how to use the Internet for business. 
The students had a job throughout the 
school year in which they were paid for 
their work. The class met for two 
periods each school day. They earned 
two credits for the class and two credits 
for the job experience. The employer 
evaluated them on their job perfor- 
mance. They had a lot of fun in class. 
-Kim Tramsak 
Class of 99 



Angela Sabbath, working at Cleveland 
Range. Inc. Rita Dowell, working at J & L/ 
Strong Tool and Kongsy Saengchareun 
and Kimberly Tramsak working in their 
class. 



Commercial Art learns how to create art 




The Commercial Art program was 
directed by Mrs.. Edie Mellen and 
would meet for three periods each 
day. The students learned about the 
important factors that were necessary to 
produce marketable works. 









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1'ommercial Art. Row one: Nick Colantonio, Stephanie Tamburro, Erin Clough, Deanna Mance, Eddie 
•strander. Row two: Greg Meyers, Jayson Middleton, Pat Finnegan. Adviser, Mrs. Edie Mellen, John 
larich. Row three: Mike Boothe, Rashaun Bailey, Arek Helcberger, Nick Shyree, James Gage. 



Pat Finnegan working on his bowl. 

C.B.EVComm. Art : ' 



LETTER OF THE LAW 

Vocational Law Enforcement prepares students for career in police work 



How do you learn how to be a 
cop? One way was to sign up 
for the Vocational Law 
Enforcement program that was offered 
at Euclid. Juniors and seniors from 
Euclid and surrounding school districts 
took advantage of the program that was 
instructed by Mr. Nick Selvaggio. The 
students learned all about law enforce- 
ment and would act a auxiliary police 
for many Euclid events. They also 
controlled the video monitoring system 
that was installed throughout the 
school. 




Above: Law enforcement students get a lot of their 
training by using computers for simulations. 

Right: The law enforcement class monitors the 
cameras that record activities throughout the binldinc. 



Law Enforcement 











•*£-«■£ Senior Law Enforcement. Row one: Leonard Scott. Shawn Skidmore, Richard Norris, Marsha Nunn. Jacki 
Russo Row two: Joe Guzzi. Kris Hemmi. Gerald Keil, Anthony Bittasso, Jeremy Hilbish. 




Junior Law Enforcement. Row one: Amanda Arnold, Adam Swiga, Dan Sheldon, Tom Marenzy, Jeremy 
Taylor, Ryan Tiedman, Pat Mc Candless. Row two: Justin Rusnak. Erron Mc Clain, Matt Stigh, Jason 
Duke. Mike Ambrose. 




ACADEMIC COMPETITION 

It's Academic helped school prepare for TV challenge 



It's Academic consisted of students 
who could think fast and wanted to 
compete with other schools on the 
It's Academic television show. The 
members were asked questions and the 
quickest to respond was the winner. 
Since they were on the air last year they 
did not compete on the television show 
this year but hoped to be back in 2000. 
Ms. Lucy Pratt was the adviser for the 
group. 




;elly Hanson, Julia Thompson, Karen Hanson, Karen Salisbury, Christine Metti and Niki Yannaras Ms. Lucy Pratt posing questions for the It's 

arning about bottle rockets for the competition. Academic team. 

SCIENTIFIC COMPETITION 

Science Olympics allows students to compete in science against other schools 



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he Science Olympic Club con 
sisted of students who were 
interested in science and wanted to 
compete against other schools in the 
Science Olympics which were held in 
JMarch. There were many different events 
ifrom the different branches of science 
Ithat the students could join in. They 
scompeted either singly or in groups and 
teamed points for the school. Mrs. 
Christine Torrelli was the adviser for 
he group. 



Eucuyo was a way of showcasing the artistic and literary works produced by Euclid 
students. It was available on the Internet at a web site developed by the students. 
Its Internet address was www.en.com/eucuyo. Students submitted works and these 
vere then reviewed by the members of Eucuyo and the best ones were placed on the web 
ite. Mrs. Judith Stobinski was the adviser for the group. 




Science Olympic students learning of their events 
from Mrs. Chris Torrelli. 



Science Olympics team: Niki Yannaras, Kelly 
Hanson, Julia Thompson, Karen Salisbury, Mike 
Tschantz, Karen Hanson. Christine Metti, Chen Li, 
Matt Tschantz. 

Eucuyo/Science Olympics <. i 



LEARNING ABOUT OTHERS 

Cultural Club explores other peoples customs 



The Cultural Club gave students a 
chance to see how different 
cultures existed. They explored 
the dress and eating habits and customs 
of a variety of other peoples. Mrs. 
Ingrid Koenig was the adviser for the 
group. 




Kristen Clark. Mrs. Ingrid Koenig, Gabrielle Kelly, 
Jon Hoinski and Katie Sanicky decorating the halls 
for Open House. 



Mrs. Ingrid Koenig, Kristen Clark, Gabrielle Kelly and Katie Sanicky discussing the activities that the club 
will be doine. 



The Crux had something to believe i 



The Crux was a place where teens 
could come together and share 
the gospel of Jesus Christ. So 
many teens were searching for a peace 
in someone or something that they 
couldn't find. The Crux found a peace 
that surpassed all understanding by 
having Jesus as their very best friend. 
They had meetings before school in 
which they participated in fellowship, 
worship and prayer along with guest 
speakers. Ms. Diane Tizzano was the 
adviser for the group. 

-Antoinette Aquila 



A bove Right: Crux members met on the auditorium 
stage and would sing and read scripture and pray. 

Right: On a rainy morning the Crux members had a 
prayer around the flag pole in front of the school. 



Cultural Club/Crux 




FIFTY YEARS OF NEWS 

The Survey reported current events at the high school 




How do you find out what is 
going on at Euclid High School? 
You read the Survey. The 
Survey was produced by a group of 
students who were interested in journal- 
ism and learning how the news business 
works. Susan King and Karen 
Salisbury were the Co-Editors-in-chief 
and were responsible for keeping 
everything together and moving in the 
right direction. Mr. Bob Petrovic joined 
as co-adviser this with Mr. Stan 
Bender. 



Survey, Row one: Niki Sams, Susan King, Karen Hanson, Shannon Ivancic, Karen Salisbury, Megan 
Novinc. Row two: Niki Yannaras, Phillip Wittwer, Alex Brinovec, Mary Tracy. Row three: Kelly Hanson 
Christine Metti, Laura Ross. Row four: Shruti Malik, Anthony Castrovince, Lisa Basalla, Bob Butera, 
Megan Ballanger, Brian Paloni, Katy Carmichael. Row five: Advisers Mr. Stan Bender and Mr. Bob 
Petrovic. 





Top: Sue King, Katie Carmichael, Kelly Hanson 
and Karen Salisbury explain what the different 
people will be doing throughout the year. 

Above Left: Phillip Wittwer, Christine Metti, Niki 
Sams, Karen Salisbury, Kelly Hanson and Laura 

Ross composing a page for an upcoming issue of the 
Survey. 

Left and Above: Suirey members getting their 
assignments for a future issue. 



Survey 



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WORKING ON THE JOB 

Most upperclassmen have some sort of a job 



Having a job was a big part of 
being a student in the 1990's. 
75% of the seniors who re- 
sponded to a poll indicated that they had 
a job. The proportion of underclassmen 
would be smaller, but that still was a 
large number of students that had jobs. 
One of the reasons for having a job, of 
course, was to be able to afford a car. 
After that, the money was used to buy 
clothes and supply entertainment for the 
students. Some money would go into a 
savings account for college for some of 
the students. Having a job gave students 
a feeling of independence and the ability 
to control their destiny. 

Right: Laurel Grundman works at Quintex while 
Jenni Emser, Lynne Stern, Shermel Howard and 
Julia Thompson help out at Holzheimers. 
Below: Ursula Wein is with Marge Ingalls at 
University Suburban Medical Center and Tamea 
Jones, Kelly Baylog and Laurel Grundman at 
Quintex. 







Daniel Slepsky would be happy to tally up your purchases at Giant Eagle while 

Erica Scaparotti and Jose Colon are skilled at directing the customers around 

1 ; JOBS their store. 




DURING SCHOOL 



Below: Lisa Basalla and Frank Mastalski are eager to help their customers find the correct movie at Lake 
Shore Seven. 

Below Middle: Laurel Grundman, Sandra Mowery, Bridget Kesnik and Megan Ballanger tile at Quintex 
while Arthur Henderson bags your groceries at Giant Eagle. 




HALLOWEEN 

Many students celebrated Halloween 



On Friday, October 30 the hall of 
Euclid High School teemed with 
many scary and unusual crea- 
tures as many of the students dressed up 
for their annual celebration of Hallow- 
een. It almost didn't occur as the new 
Principal, Mr. Ron Seymour, said that 
there wouldn't be any costumes allowed 
during school. After many students 
expressed their disappointment with the 
new ruling it was decided that dressing 
up would be allowed. Many students 
took the time and came in all sorts of 
costumes. It was a fun day that was 
enjoyed by all who participated. On 
Saturday, October 31, Student Council 
held its annual Halloween Party for the 
Euclid community where the kids could 
come and be entertained with prizes and 
games in the E-Room. 




Top: Suzanne Lucas and Tom Sustar, Gabe Cogley 

and Liz Copic. 

Above: Nikki Yannaras, Dan Seifried and Megan 

Novinc. 



Halloween 




Lauren Milnli. Heather Champa, Nate Dore, Melissa Shea, Mary Tracy, Gina Gaglione and Brandy 



Lesko. 






DRESS UP 

by dressing up for school 



Jessica Scott had someone on her back while Mary 
Tisi and Niki Yannaras enjoyed their day. 




Christine Metti, Shannon Ivancic, Nikki Sams and Megan Novinc tried to look nice on Halloween. 



Chick Chapman watched Katie Collins behaving 
like a little angel 

Halloween (. 117 



A VOICE ON 

Fall Play dealt with a mysterious 



The 1998 Fall Play was definately a 
success. With the house almost 
full every night, the cast of 
"Summer Dark" took the stage on 
November 19, 20 & 21. The play was a 
very mysterious drama. The main 
character, Michelle(Jessica 
Hendrickson), received very frightening 
phone calls from a man who called 
himself Simple Simon. No one believed 
these calls occurred and Michelle was 
driven to the brink of insanity where she 
actually shot a person coming to repair 
the furnace. 

The cast consisted of seniors, Jessica 
Hendrickson, Dan Seifried, Jon 
Hoinski, Chris Dostal and Vishantie 
Sudama, juniors, Lauren Miheli, Aisha 
Howard, Kristin Clark, Russell 
Howard, and Nate Dore. Sophomores 
were Chris Zalewski and Sarah Lipiec 
and freshmen were Jessica Morris and 
Katie Sivik. the crew consisted of 
director, Tina Peterson, Student 
director, Jenna Kuklica, prompter, Nate 
Dore, and techical directors, Brandon 
Bucar and Tim Schoen. 
-Jenna Kuklic; 




"Summer Dark" cast. Row one: Chris Zalewski, Jessica Hendrickson, Dan Seifried, Kristin Clark. Row two: 
Katie Sivik, Christina Peterson, Mark Soini, Jenna Kuklica, Russell Howard, Aisha Howard, Lauren 
Miheli, Jon Hoinski, Jen Williams, Vishantie Sudama, Chris Dostal, Sarah Lipiec, Nate Dore, Jessica 
Morris. 








Above: Jon Hoinski admires Lauren Miheli while Dan Seifried and Jessica Hendrickson look on. 
Left: Jessica Hendrickson receives a disturbing phone call from her stalker. 



118 



Fall Play 



THE PHONE 

phone caller 





Top: Dan Seifried kisses Jessica Hendrickson to show his love. 

Top Right: A frightened Lauren Miheli is approached by Russell Howard at the end of the play. 

Above Left: Dan Seifried listens as Jessica Hendrickson tells him how unhappy she is. 

Above Middle: Dan Seifried, Laura Miheli, Jessica Hendrickson and Aisha Howard discuss Jessica's 

feelings. 

Above Right: Jessica Hendrickson breaks down in tears since no one believes her about the phone calls. 

Left: Jessica Hendrickson mistakenly shoots Chris Zalewski since she thought he was the stalker. 






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SAVING THE YEAR 

Yearbook keeps a record of the school year 

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FT^lhe yearbook tried to record all the 
major events that occurred during 
the 1998-99 school year. There 
were the usual new faces, of course but 
the biggest news was the fact that the 
yearbook and the school was fifty years 
old. Other than that there was not any 
major events that distinguished the 1998- 
99 year. 





Students working on organizing the information that the seniors provided in their polls. 



Mary Tisi and Bridget Resnik did a lot of work 
making up the collage in the color section. 




Mike Miklavcic deciding which pictures are able to 
go on which pages. 



Stephanie Hughes, Jackie Richards and Lindsay 
Beck putting red ribbons into HR envelopes for 
S.A.D.D. 



120 > Euclidian 




SAVING THE PLANET 

S.A.V.E. helped the world to recycle 




The members of S.A.V.E.(Students 
Against Violating the Earth) tried 
to make the student body aware of 
the fact that humans have impacted the 
earth's environment and that recycling 
was the only way to extend earth's 
natural resources. They did this by 
placing boxes around the school so 
students could recycle paper . The group 
was advised by Mrs. Chris Torrelli and 
Ms. Keldur Greene. 



Shruti Malik, Lauren Balogh, Wcndi Brichacek, Don Brewster, Migdalia Ortiz, Jason Gardner and 
Damon Johnson learning about what S.A.V.E. does. 





Above and Left: Ms. Keldur Greene and Mrs. Chris 
Torrelli explain to the students what they will be 
doing throughout the year. 



SAVING THE LIVES 

S.A.D.D. tried to prevent substance abuse 




he members of S.A.D.D. (Students 
Against Driving Drunk) tried to 
make the student population 
aware of the dangers of driving in an 
impaired condition. They sent red 
ribbons and suckers to the students as a 
reminder to have a designated driver and 
not drive in an impaired condition. Mrs. 
Ellen Klein was the adviser for the 
group. 



Left: Mrs. Ellen Klein helps her S.A.D.D. members 
with the filling of envelopes with red ribbons and 
explains how the project will be carried out. 

S.A.V.E./S.A.D.D. 



GETTING THE NEWS 

...to The Km lid High School 



The P. A. Announcers were the 
students who made the announce 
ments to all the homerooms on 
the television in the morning. Each 
morning the announcements began with 
Principal, Mr. Ron Seymour, giving a 
thought to help make it through the day. 
The students would then read the 
important messages of the day. In order 
for all of this to occur the Media Aides 
had to run the cameras and audio 
equipment that was necessaiy to get the 
message into all the rooms. The Media 
Aides also distributed audio-visual 
equipment to the teachers and did the 
lighting and sound for the different 
events at the school. Mr. Allen Black 
was in charge of these students. 




Top: Aaron Carpenter and Joe Plovock getting 
ready to begin taping. 

Above: Brian Lennon makes sure the announcers are 
centered in his viewfinder. 

122 > Media Aides/P.A. Announcers 



Top: Mike Seifried and Mike Solema controlling the video and audio that is being sent to the rooms in the 

school . 

Above: Dan Seifried and Dawn Merritt smiling as they send their messages throughout the school. 



OUT: 



to the elementary schools 



The students involved in 
K.O.T.B.(Kids On The Block) 
used puppets to perform skits for 
the elementary and middle schools to try 
to discourage prejudice and bias. The 
skits portrayed different cultures living 
and working together in harmony. Mrs. 
Ellen Klein was the adviser for the 
group. 




Top: Nate Dore, Kristin Clark, Jennifer Emser and Lindsay Beck practicing their routines 
strove: Mrs. Ellen Klein discusses the events of the year. 



Top: Stephanie Hughes shows off her puppet. 



Above: Jennifer Davies and Nate Dore working 
together. 

K.O.T.B. 



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LEARNING HOW TO SELL 

Students learn about business in Marketing Education 



Distributive Education Clubs of 
America (DECA) was an 
association of Marketing students 
that coincided with Euclid's Marketing 
Education class. Mrs. Jean Jelenic was 
the adviser for the club. In DECA, 
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. They conducted fund-raising 
efforts to pay for the trips to competi- 
tions. In their junior year, marketing 
students studied business finance, 
marketing research and other business 
related activities. Seniors spent part of the 
ay in school learning about job inter- 
viewing, sales and advertising. During the 
emainder of the day they were employed 
at local retail, wholesale or service 
businesses. 




Senior Marketing, Row one: Bethany Jackson. President. Leslie Hill. Vice President, Kelly Young, Secretary/ 
Treasurer, Shermel Howard, Historian, Melanie Meyers, Public Relations. Row two: Sarah Kenny, Ricci 
Gaughan, Elizabeth Curtis, Jennifer Barker, Lisa Focarelli, Noel Williams, Erica James. Row three: 
Michael Vuyancih, Timothy Weintraub, Jonathan Gudaitis, Michael Verch, Jason Tolliver, Adviser, Mrs. 
Jean Jelenic. 




Junior Marketing. Row one: Omid Tavakoli. President, Jason Matthews, Vice President. Allyson kumcl. 
Secretary/Tresurer, Russell Howard, Historian, Brandon Lynch. Public Relations. Row two: Carly La Bounty. 
Jamie Raymond, Jodi Jalovec, Nicole Raia, Ramona Badley, Liz Skok, Lindsey Nagode, Erica Scaparott 
Ivan Gelo. Adviser, Mrs. Jean Jelenic. Row three: Mike Seifried, Matt Flynt, Cheryl Brewer, Michael 
Vuyancih, Lisa Focarelli, Khemeo Sahye. 



Top: Leslie Hill, Jason Tolliver and Noel Williams 

getting information from the newspaper. 

Above: Mrs. Jean Jelenic shows her students where 

they can find important data. 

Right: Liz Skok and Jason Tolliver found out what it 

is like to bowl while in a wheelchair during one of 

their fundraisers. 



124 } Marketing Education 




STRANDED ON DRY LAND 

Swim show cancelled due to adviser and pool problems 




Wai Napolo, Row one: Meggie Harasym, Lisa Basalla, Erin Herzberg, Jenni Emser. Liz Scheurman. Row 
two: Dana Majer, Amanda Price, Nicole Kolenc, Katie Blazetic. Jen Davis, Kelly Hanson. 



The girls in Wai Napolo had a 
problem this year due to a lack of 
adviser. Their former adviser did 
not return and they were not able to 
secure another one in time to get pool 
time and there was a problem with life 
guarding certification. Because of that 
the swim show had to be cancelled for 
the second year in a row. The girls were 
not able to do any swimming and it 
certainly wasn't synchronized. 




Wai Napolo members discussing the problems that 
they had throuahout the year. 




).C.T., Row one: Michele Laurich, Kevin Welsh, Laura Anderson, Chavon Riggins, Eugene Warner, 
eleste Oliver, Jaime Zupancic, Michelle Heising. Row two: Tom Bauza, Dave Cerne, Greg Baron, Janelle 
^olini, Kenny Gravitte, Jason loveless, Tom Sustar, Mike Slogar, Jim Tucci, Adviser. Mr. Dick Homovec. 




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. 




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Above and Left: D.C.T. students working on their 
assignments in class. 

D.C.T.AVai Napolo ' 125 



STORING STUFF 

Students have been using lockers at Euclid for fifty years 



Fifty years ago the first students at 
Euclid High School began 
putting their personal belongings 
in their brand new lockers. Nowadays, 
students were still concealing their 
belongings in their lockers. The lockers 
were no longer new, and some were 
older than others, but the idea remained 
the same. Students still needed a place 
to store their materials while they were 
at school. Many students decorated 
their lockers so that everyone knew that 
it was their locker. 





elow: Amanda Kane and Jean De Wine are 

lowing off how the members of the Marching Band 
ave decorated their lockers on the outside, 
ight: Cordell Morris and Jenni Emser have altered 
leir lockers to show their interests. 





ibove: Maima Kaba has a lot of pictures in her 

jcker. 

Ipper Right: Sarah Via, Kristin Clark, Amber La 

'ountain and Jessie Bedford keeping their lockers up 

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SERVICE ORIENTED 

Key Club gets satisfaction from helping others 



Key Club was a service organiza 
tion in which students volun 
teered their time to help their 
community and school. The members 
were dedicated to helping those who 
were less fortunate. This year members 
volunteered at the Ronald Mc Donald 
House in Cleveland, Lake Farmparks, 
Euclid Meridia Hospital and Gateway 
Nursing Home. The club met every 
Thursday evening in the Little Theater. 
Key Club members took pride in their 
contributions to the community and its 
service to others. 

-Allison Penko 





Key Club members learning about what activities are being planned for the year. 




Kristen Urban, Cristina Pacheco and David Harold are getting information about Key Club from Allison Penko, Abby Biehl and Nate Dore. 




The meetings are a time when the members find out what is going to be occurring 
in the months ahead. 



128 



Key Club 



Megan Novinc pays her dues to President, Allison Penko while Abby Biehl looks 
on. 



Poetry Club enjoys participating in verse 




The Poetry Club met in the Library 
after school with Ms. Barbara 
Spiga and read and listened to 
poetry that had been written by members 
or poetry that had been published. It 
gave the students a chance to learn about 
other people's thoughts. 




Poetry Club. Clockwise from left: Joan Cook, Ms. Barbara Spiga, Christina Ganicro, Stephanie Tamburro, 
Monique Aldridge, Brigid Sarns-Gaunt, Alisha Burr, Gail Mc Kay enjoying good poetry. 



Alisha Burr, Gail Mc Kay and Joan Cook find that 
the time that they spend with the Poetry club is very 
refreshing. 



The Drill Team learns to become synchronized 

The Drill Team practiced after 
school in the E-Room by 
exercising to get in shape and 
then practicing their routines for 
dancing together. The goal was to be 
able to present a show during halftime 
at a basketball game. The girls worked 
on complex moves and keeping 
together during the show. They were 
coached by Mrs. Marketa President. 




Drill Team. Row one: Gina Ellis, Aiesha Floyd, Sheereeda Floyd. Row two: Courtney Carter, Sherita 
Bennett. Row three: Laniece Richardson, Heather Coleman. 





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One of the most important parts of any school were the 
employees who made everything happen. The staff 
consisted of teachers, administrators, secretaries, 
paraprofessionals, security guards, nurses, librarians, cafeteria 
workers and custodians without which Euclid would not be the 
school that it was. None of Euclid's current staff were around 
when the building opened in 1949, but there were many who 
were here more than thirty years. 





Above: Unit Principal, Mrs. Marilyn Footc talks to 
the students at lunch. 

Above Right: Computer teacher, Mr. Roy Pignatiello 

helps students during one of his classes. 

Right: English teacher, Mr. Bob Petrovic. helps the 
students in his class. 

Middle Right: Ms. Lisa Simon expects her students to 
learn good business procedures. 

Far Right: First year science teacher, Mr. Barry Mita. 

wants his students to develop an interest in science. 



130/ Academics Divider 




ACADEMICS 



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Top Left: Mrs. Ellen Klein, enjoys being with her business students. 

Top Right: Ms. Mary .lane Miceli wants her students to gain an appreciation for art. 

Left: Mr. Robert Smith gives his students a chance to learn about the repair of small engines. 

Above: Ms. Flor Misra is trying to get her students to develop an understanding of foreign languages. 




ADMINISTRATION 



The school's leaders set the course 





School Board members: Carol De Wine, Kay F. Van Ho, President, Howard 
B. Drake Sr.. Kiistal Skovira. Carol L. Bechtel, Vice President. 



Euclid School's Administration, Row one: Katie M. Shorter, Director of Human 
Resources. Kurt Stanic. Superintendent of Schools, Janice Gallager, 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 
Superintendent;David Van Leer, Director of Pupil Personnel. 




Ronald Seymour 

Principal 

Justin Antonini 

Associate Principal 

Steven Barrett 

Nindi Grade Principal 

Michelle Ayers 

Tenth Grade Principal 



Academics 



Michael Barnes 

Eleventh Grade 
Principal 

Marilyn Foote 

Twelfth Grade 
Principal 





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Middle Row: 
Bill Gooding 

Tenth Grade Counselor 
L-Z 

Tony Russo 

Eleventh Counselor 
A-Z 



Bill Dwyer 

Twelfth Grade Counselor 
A-K 



Lynn Davis 

Twelfth Grade Counselor 
L-Z 

Spencer Kane 

Athletic Director 



NEW 
FACES 



For the second year in a row 
there were two Unit 
Principals replaced at 
Euclid. Mr. Steven Barrett 
became the new ninth grade Unit 
Principal while Mr. Michael 
Barnes became the new eleventh 
grade Unit Principal. Mr. Ron 
Seymour also became the new 
Principal at Euclid. Both Ron and 
Steve came from the Euclid 
middle school while Mike, who 
was a former student at Euclid, 
came from the Mayfield schools. 



Top Row: 
Brenda Barker 

Ninth Grade Counselor 
A-K 

Audree Fox 

Ninth Grade Counselor 
L-Z 

Sue Harris 

Tenth Grade Counselor 
A-K 





Ron Seymour. Marilyn Foote and Spencer Kane 

watching the varsity football perform on the field. 

Michael Barnes discusses information with Joan 
Beuoy in their offices. 






Academics < 133 



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|he purpose of the staff at Euclid was 
to enable the students to succeed in 
what they wanted to do after gradua- 
tion. An important part of this was trying to 
get the students to begin thinking for 
themselves. The ability to think was the 
most important part on education. Facts 
were soon forgotten but could always be i 
looked up if one knew where to look. The 
ability to think, however, could never be 
lost and every situation could be analyzed 
and then responded to in an intelligent way. 






Mr. Bob Petrovic and Mr. Matt Wasylyk discussing 

how they are going to present some material in the 

English classes. 

Bottom: Mr. Stan Bender helps the students in his 

biology classes put the meanings of living things into 

order. 




Top: Lauren Miheli, Nate Dore, Heather Champa, Jordan Robinson, Milan 
Tomsic, Ann Peric, Gina Gaglione. Mary Tracy, Lindsey Mastalski and Melissa 

Shea wore hats to show their spirit during Homecoming Week. 
Above: Fred Dworning, Mario Marusic, Katie Mc Cluskey. Taryn Laurich, 
Amanda Price, Katie Dobucki and Rebecca Hurst know that an understanding of 
computers is important in today's society. 

Academics 




Jane Addis, English. Social 
Studies, AFS Cluh Adviser. 
Sue Amato. English. 
Betsy Anness, Spanish I & II. 
William Attamante, Work- 
Study Coordinator. 
Tom Banc, Govt./Geopolitics, 
Head Football Coach, Faculty 
Manager. 



Ethel Barbish, Security. 

John Barcza, Science. 

Joyce Barrett, Vocational Home 

Economics. 

Stan Bender, Biology, Adv. 

Biology, A. P. Biology. Science 

Dept. Chairperson. 

Allen Black, A.V. Technician. 



Wendy Capella. Sports Trainer. 

Angela Christopher, Main 

Office Secretary. 

Maria Ciinkscalcs. English. 

Mediation.- 

Harold Daugherty, Health, 

Open Gym, Head Basketball 

Coach. 

Joan Beuoy, Secretary. 

Karen Davis, English, Drill 
Team Adviser. 
Susan Dennis-Rogers, 
Proficiency Math. 
Kelly Dell. Secretary. 
Kim Dixon, Algebra I & II, Math 
and Algebra Connections. 
Terry Dubroy, Math. 



Mike Durbin, Technology 

Coordinator. 

Alex Dzerowicz. Government. 

Reggie Echols, Industrial 

Technology. 

Ken Ferlito, Choral Masters, 

Varsity Chorale, Big Show 

Director. 

Brad Finlayson, Personal and 

Business Law, Personal Money 

Matters, Typing. 

Kim Fish, Spanish. 

Charlotte Elston, Principal's 

Secretary. 

Yvette Elmore, JOGS. 

Program. 

Gale Flament. Art and 

Photography. 

Jane Fowler, Treasurer. 



The classroom is the place 
where most learning takes place 
and tests arc gi ven to measure 
this learning. 



Academics 




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Barbara Gates, Vocational 

Special Education Coordinator. 

Carolyn Garlauskas, 

Permanent Substitute. 

John Gibbons. Physical 

Education. 

Thomas Gibbons, Social 

Studies. 

Commander Bil Gray, Naval 

Sciences, Color Guards, 

Academic Team, Drill Team. 

Keldur Greene, Environmental 

Science, Intro, to Living Things. 

S.A.V.E. Co-Adviser. 

Debbie Guarino. Secretary. 

Cynthia Harris, Permanent 

Substitute. 

Jeff Hartmann, Social Studies, 

Am. History and World 

Cultures. 

David Hathaway, Physics, 

Physical Science. 

Rob Heramb. Government, 

Economics, Boy's Varsity 

Tennis. 

Carolyn Heuer. Social Studies. 

Jo Anne Hodder, Guidance 

Secretary. 

Dale Hollingsworth, Science. 

Dick Homovec, Diversified 

Cooperative Training Coordina- 




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Lisa Howell, English, Reading. 

Beverly Howse, Vocational 

Home Economics. 

Scott Hudson, Biology, H.S. 

Science. 

Diane Iosue, Secretary. 

Sgt. Maj. Larry Isaacs, 

NJROTC. 



Jean Jelenic Marketing 

Coordinator. 

Kathleen Johnson, Foods. 

Pauline Johnson, Athletic 

Office Secretary. 

Joyce Katona, Coordinator for 

Special Needs Students, 

Bill Kazen. ALC Supervisor, 

Asst. Wrestling Coach. 



Jim Kelley, U.S. History, 
Social Studies Dept. Chairper- 
son. 
Dennis Kehn. Security Staff 
Director. 
Ellen Klein. C.B.E.. Typing T. 
Marsha Knauss, Coordinator 
of Special Projects. 
Ingrid Koenig, German, 
Cultural Club Adviser. 



Working together in class 
helps these students 
develop their social skil 



Academics 




Learning is an important part of high sc 




Antoinette Aquila, Eric Ryan and Shawn Joyce learning some of the important parts of nature in chemistry 
class. 




Mary Tisi knows that she can always get help in 
understanding her problems from Mr. Dan Wensing. 




Above: Ray Westbrooks works hard on his computer 
project to learn as much as he can. 

Above Left: Ms. Diane Tizzano watches the 
Marching Band perform a halflime routine that they 
practiced for hours in order to perfect. 



Left: Mrs. Sally Pla wants her students to be able to 
communicate in a foreign languaee. 



Academics < 137 



Euclid provides an environment for learning 




1r. Ron Seymour, addresses the 



Top Right: Taryn Laurich. Katie Kolar and Melissa 

Brady learning how to do their work on a computer. 

Above: Ms. Lucy Pratt helps her students understand 
their computers. 

Above Right: Ms. Nancy Saviers wants her students 
to have a good knowledge of English. 

Right: Mr. Pat Vuyancih uses the library as a 
resource center for his classes. 



138 > Academics 




Matt Wasylyk. English-.- 
Soccer Coach. 



Jill Krimmel, Fench I and II. 

Judy Ladaika. Science. 

Paula Langdon. Visual Art. 

Lisa Langford, Algebra I and II. 

Proficiency Math. 

Margaret Lucas, Librarian, Media 

Specialist. 



Steve Marcu, Psychology and 
Current Issues, Boy's Asst. Varsity 
Basketball Coach. 
Diane Maroli, American History, 
A. P. European History. 
Kathleen Marsh, Media Specialist. 
Orlando Mason. ALC Supervisor. 
Barbra Masseria. Social Studies. 



Kathleen Me Donnell, Mediator. 
Michelle Mc Garry, Physics. 
Brad Mc Govern, A.P.Physics. 
Lisa Mc Leod, Algebra, Geometry. 
Edie Mcllen, Commercial Art. 




Sandi Mc Redmond, Registrar. 
Mary Jane Miceli. General Art. 
Molly Miller, Music. 
Flor Misra. Spanish I and II. 
Barry Mita. Science. 



Vickie Nally, Algebra I, Proficiency 
Math, Geometry. 
Carole Niebes. English. 
Margaret Nielson, Home Econom- 
ics. 

Barbara Novak. Math Connections. 
Algebra I, Geometry. 
Paul Nielsen. Permanent Substitute. 



Dawn Ollie, English. 

Sean OToole. English. 

Kathy Pasquale. Intervention 

Specialist. 

Catherine Payne. Librarian. 

Mary Pelton, Science. 



/j Students helping cheer on their 
' classes at the Homecoming 
Assembly. 






Academics < 139 



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Jo- Rita Perez. Math. 
Mary Ann Peters, Art. 
Christina Peterson, English, Fall 
Play Director. 
Deborah Petrick, Spanish II. Ill, 
IV, A.P. Spanish, Foreign 
Language Dept. Chairperson. 
Bob Petrovic. A.P. English, 
Senior English. Survey Co- 
Sponsor, English Dept. Chairper- 
son. 

Roy Pignatiello. Personal 

Computers, A.P. Computer 

Science, Asst. Football Coach. 

Sally Pla, French, German. 

Lisa Platko, Biology. 

Penny Pletcher, English. Student 

Council Adviser. 

Ron Powaski, Social Studies. 



Lucy Pratt, Word Processing, 

Electronic Office, Accounting. 

Typing, Girl's and Boy's J.V. 

Tennis Coach. Academic 

Challenge Adviser, Business Club 

Adviser. 

Marketa President, English. 

Barbara Ramlow. English. Golf 

Coach, AFS Adviser. 

Fran Ratka. Planetarium, 

Physical Science, Astronomy. 

Patricia Repko, Secretary. 

Mike Rezzolla. Social Studies. 

Marcy Richards. Geometry, 

Proficiency Math. Head Volleyball 

Coach. 

Joe Rodriguez, Phys. Ed.. Boy's 

Swimming Coach. 

Stephen Rico. Permanent 

Substitute. 

Tony Rozntan, Vocational 

Automotive Service Technology I 

and II. 

Deborah Rudder, Foods I. 

Joyce Russo, English. 

Sam Santilli. Notetaking and 

Keyboarding, Freshman Football 

Coach, Girl's Asst. Varsity 

Basketball Coach. 

Greg Sattler, OWE. 

Nancy Saviers, English. 



Rhonda Scharf, Co-Dept. 

Chairperson Health/Phys. Ed.. 

Health. Fresh. Volleyball Coach. 

Asst. Varsity Basketball Coach, 

Asst. Varsity Softball Coach. 

Cheryl Schossler. Intervention 

Specialist. 

Fred Schroeder, Industrial 

Technology. 

Pete Schwenke, Physical 

Education. 

Dona Schulz, Health Aide. 



Senior Fall sports participants 

were recognized during the 

Lakewood football game. 



140 > Academics 





Mickey Segulin. Health Aide. 
Nick Selvaggio. Law Enforcement. 
Jan Severino, Occupational Work 
Experience Coordinator. 
Mike Sheck, OWA Work 
Adjustment, Asst. Football Coach. 
Elaine Sheridan, Special 
Education. 



Paula Sheridan. Foods I and II. 
Lisa Simon, Business. 
Jim Simpson. Social Studies. 
Robert Smith. Industrial 
Technology Depl. Chairperson. 
Frank Soltesz. Science, Track and 
Hockey Coach. 



Barbara Spiga, English, Peer 

Tutor Advisor, Poetry Club 

Adviser. 

Veronica Stadler. Health. 

Elizabeth Steck, Spanish. 

Judy Stobinski, English, Eucuyo 

Adviser. 

David Stumpf, Algebra n. Math 

and Algebra Connections. Math for 

Modern Living. . 

Lynette Tercek, Associate 

Principal's Secretary. 

Diane Tizzano. Concert Band. 

Jazz Band, Marching Band, 

Choialiers. Pep Band. . 

Chris Torrelli. Chemistry. 

S.A.V.E. Adviser, Science 

Olympics Adviser. 

Alex Toth, Math Connections. 

Algebra. Geometry. 

Dennis Turkall, Math, Baseball 

Coach. 

Pat Turk, Security. 

Lynn Ujcic, Music. 

Janet Ulle, Math, Proficiency 

Math, Geometry. 

Carolyn Triggs. Attendance 

Secretary. 

Catherine Vetovetz, Orchestra 

Director. 



Bill Von Benken. Chemistry, 
Honors Chemistry, A. P. Chemistry, 
Ski Club Adviser, Yearbook 
Adviser. 

Patrick Vuyancih, Social Studies. 
Dan Wensing, Proficiency Math, 
Personal Computers, Calculus. 
Richard York. Science, English. 
Ron Zucca. Pre-Calculus, Algebra 
Connections. Head Varsity Softball 
Coach. 

Working in class provides many 
rewards for these students. 



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tudents spent three years as underclassmen at Euclid 
High School. During that time they went from being a 
new freshman who was in awe with the size of the school 
to juniors who were well versed in the operation of the build- 
ing. It was a growing up and learning process that they all had 
to go through. It was necessary to prepare them to become 
seniors. It was fifty years ago that the first classes of underclass 
began. 



Above: Megan Strukel is just beginning her years at 
Euclid by playing on the freshman volleyball team. 

Above Right: Tara Mc Connell works the ball down 
the field. 

Right: Juniors working on their assignments in Mrs. 
Joyce Russo's English class. 

Right Middle: Allison Abiecunas and Tamika Drake 

boiling down their solution in order to do a fractional 
crystalization. 

Far Right: Oriana Belavic and Jacqueline Polke 

learning laboratory techniques by doing experiments. 



142 / Underclass Divider 






UNDERCLASS 




Top Left: Students learning literature in Mrs. Barbara Ramlow's English class. 

Top Right: The J.V. Soccer players getting together before the game is about to begin. 

Left: Bridgett Resnik and Rebeccah Jenkins learning the fine art of filtering a mixture. 

Above: Christine Metti, Rachel Freddo, Kirsten Knauss and Kelly Ruscin enjoying their time together at 




Underclass Divider / 143 




In the fifty years that Euclid has been open, freshmen have played a part only in the last several decades since Euclid only had three 
grades when it first opened. The one reaction that freshmen had when they first viewed the school was one of size. It wa;> so awe 
somely large. The first days were always so hectic trying to find a way to get to every class and then to make it shorter. Freshmen wea 
thrown onto a new pool of students and had to meet new people and make new friends. Many freshmen spent a lot of time trying to look 
just right so they would appeal to their classmates. It was a new experience, but it was one that most adapted to and learned how to get 
about in a few short weeks. „.,^. ' Kfl 




Left: Mrs. Kathy Pasquale and Mr. Dick York discuss the year's plans 
for their freshmen. 

Below: Getting food during their lunch periods was an important part of 
learning to be a freshman at Ruclid. 





David Christopher 
Teresia Chrosniak 
Joseph 
Chrzanowski 
Peter Chrzanowski 
Linda Chuppa 
Joseph Cipo 
Austine Clark 

Shana Cody 
Anthony Coleman 
Heather Coleman 
Michael Collins 
Corey Conell 
Joylynne Cooper 
I erranice Cooper 

Nicole Costella 
Tyra Creer 
Alton Crissman 
Aric Croone-Cain 
Christal Crosby 
Kari Cunningham 
Shannon Daugherty 



Lasharon Davis 
Maurice Davis 
Jerry Di Blasio 
Tina De Luca 
Allison Deal 
Carlette Dean 
Erin Deiladonna 



Jerry Deramus 
Gheorghe Deveney 
De Mario Dickinson 
Shalonda Dickson 
Adam Dodd 
Justin Dorsey 
Jessica Dostal 



Dominique Drake 
Crystal Duckworth 
Juqui la Dunklin 
Jeri Dunlap 
Fred Durst 
Daniel Dycks 
Michael Dycks 



Raymel Early 
Jennifer Easley 
Brian Eastbum 
Aaron Faster 
Stephen Edmonds 
Zarita Egleton 
Cyril Ekuibe 

Al'Qaadir El 
Gina Ellis 

Catharina Elmendorp 
Kevin Estes 
Andrew Fairman 
Katy Farrell 
Sonia Feijoo 



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Michael Ferencz 

Mark Fetheroff 

Joshua Fine 

Jennifer Fink 

Matthew Fisher 

Marcia Fofanah 

David Forgus 



Kristal Frederick 
Aaron Freeman 
Harun Frizzell 
Megan Froelich 
Amber Fumich 
Maria Gaglione 
Matthew Gargiulo 

Christopher Gates 

Ross Gavin 

Robert Gecewich 

James Germ 

Jason Giancola 

Tonisha Glenn 

Melodie Gonzales 



Carita C iooden 

John Gorse 

Kevin Grabianowski 

Charles Grant 

Wakita Gray 

Brooks Green 

Falymi Green 



Natalie Greer 

Michael Grewatseh. 

Anita Grgincic 

Dennis Grgincic 

Anthony Grida 

Jason Griffin 

Alan Groudle 



Douglas Groves II 

Elizabeth Gudaitis 

Daniel Habat 

Christina Hagenbaugh 

Martin Halstead 

Brandon Hamelin 

Jeffrey Hance 

Gerrod Hancock 

David Handford 

Jessica Handford 

Margaret Harasym 

Shaquita Harmon 

Janee Harris 

Miranda Harris 



Theondus Harris 

Tierra Harris 

Nikisha Harrison 

David Harrold 

Deloris Hart 

Angela Hartman 

Sandy Hausen 




I4S > Freshmen 




Robert Head HI 
Nicole Hemmert 
Arthur Henderson III 
Jennifer Henderson 
Joey Henderson II 
Quinlon Henderson 
Jordan Henning-Pirro 



William Hibbitt 
Rayette Hill 
Ronald Hill Jr. 
William Hill 
Sarah Hiscott 
I mane Hmada 
Dwayne Hobson 

Brian Holland 
William Holloway 
Stephanie Holtz 
Christopher Hongosh 
Melanie Hongosh 
Perdesha Hudson 
Robert Hudson 



Michael Hughes 
Maria Hunter 
Nicholas Hunter 
Latashia Jackson 
Patricia Jackson 
Janet Jawhari 
Tuniesha Jenkins 



Warren Jenkins 
Nathan Jochum 
Danielle Johnson 
Darrius Johnson 
Jessica Johnson 
Latasha Johnson 
Latoya Johnson 

Ricardo Johnson 
Tyrone Johnson 
Weston Johnson 
Felecia Johnston 
Antonese Jones 
Jerrod Jones 
Kristopher Jones 

Maurice Jones 
Nichole Jones 
Rashad Jones 
Thomas Karpy Jr. 
I.tncnia Kelly 
Megan Kelly 
Kendi Kendall 



David Kendzierski 
Kathryn Ketchum 
Casey Kilkenney 
Brad Kitchen 
Lynette Kitchen 
Brandon Kizer 
John Koeth 



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James Kol( 

Lisa Kol 

Jennifer Kope 

Brandy Koratich 

Darijo Kristo 

Janette Krivacic 

Ante Krizan 



Bryan Kroll 

Michael Kiutsch 

David Kunc 

William Kunchik 

Richard Kushan 

Rebecca Kyler 

Paris Lanipkins 



Leah Lapczenski 

Matthew Latterner 

Brandon Lemon 

Rachel Lewan 

Steven Lewis 

Douglas Lock 

Sabrina London 



Michael LoMeiner 

Joshua Luithle 

Danielle Mahone 

Robert Majer 

Dedra Malenda 

Kara Malone 

Brandon Mance 



Lisa Martinenas 
Myron Matlock Jr. 
Terrence Matthews 
Derek Matson 
Samuel Mburu 
Andrea Mc Collum 
James Mc Connell 



Tara Mc Connell 

Jacob Mc Cullough 

Marvin Mc Elrath Jr. 

Amy Mc Ewen 

Stephen McFall 

Adria Mc Gill 

Bruce Mc Grady 



Darrell Mc Griff 

Amanda Mc Masters 

Segundina Mc Pherson 

Rayshawn McKinney 

Melissa Medves 

Anthony Mervar 

Jarod Miller 



Nicholas Mitchell 

Stephanie Mitchell 

Tierra Mitchell 

Titus Montgomery 

Tameisha Moore 

Jessica Morris 

China Mosley 



150 > Freshmen 





Michael Mowery Jr. 
Nicholas Muhvic 
Janet Murrin-Russ 
Lauren Nagode 
Christopher Needom 
Frank Negolfka III 
Daryl Nelson Jr. 



Joshua Nelson 
Shanell Nevins 
Jeffrey Nolen 
Brandon Novinc 
Brian O'Neill 
Olushola Ojo 
Jasmine Oliver 



athleen Oprian 
Joseph Oslund 
Laura Oslerman 
Vickie Ott 
Crist ina Pacheco 
Patricia Paoloni 
Gregory Paratore 



Lisa Parrino 
Nicole Passalacqua 
Danielle Patterson 
Lindsay Patterson 
Amber Patton 
Sabrina Peacock 
Stephen Perko 

^anecia Perry 
Sara Petrochic 
De Andre Phillips 
Marcus Phillips 
Krystle Pinkston 
Nathanial Plavcan 
Daniel Polzner 



Rachel Potocnik 
Michael Poulos 
Makeda Prater 
Nicole Pritchette 
Nicole Provateare 
Alana Purvis 
Moonilal Ramdhan 

Aaron Randall Jr. 
OndreiaRattiliff 
Donovan Redwood 
Jonathon Reeves 
Carlos Rembert 
Renee Renbarger 
Anthony Ricci 





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Above: Mrs. Terry Dubroy tries to give a 
basic understanding of math to her 
freshmen students. 

Above Left: Mrs. Vicki Nally hopes her 
students will understand the importance 
of mathematics. 



Brigid Sams-Gaunt 

Sheila Satava 

Leah Scales 

Matthew Scalese 

Samuel Scaparotti 

Krysti Scheider 

Michael Schuenemann 



Kristen Schutte 

Brandi Scott 

Deontau Scott 

Brandy Sharp 

Tonika Shaw 

Jessica Short 

Luke Shy 



Bryan Simek 
Catherine Sivik 
Diondra Smith 
Gregory Smith II 
Latosha Smith 
Quentin Smith 
Taniiku Smith 



Samuel Smyth 

Lester Spence 

Alexandria Spikes 

Tomika Sprigs 

Erika Stahre 

Jessica Stavange 

Jessica Stenroos 



Trayce Stewart 

Kai Stoudmire 

Megan Strukel 

Richard Suchy Jr. 

Christine Sugar 

Monica Surgeon 

Nicole Suttc 



Frank Rodick 

Nicholas Rogowski 

Tai'k Said 

Matthew Salisbury 

Andrea Sams 





152 > Freshmen 





Courtney Taylor 
Stephanie Taylor 
Austin Tenerove 
April Tenk ku 
Tonya Terry 
La Toya Thomas 
Latoya Thomas 



Stephanie Thomas 
George Thompson 
Kimberly Thompson 
Joseph Tokic Jr. 
Josephine Toloe 
Robert Tracy 
Steven Trobenter 



Andrew Twiggs 
Stacy Ulle 
Andrea Urban 
Jessica Van Scyoc 
Michael Vasquez 
Nicholas Verch 
Stanley Vei 



Rebecca Waina 
Damon Walker 
Asia Walls 
Brian Walther II 
Steven Ware 
Terence Ware 
Jaclyn Watts 



Brandon Wells 
Elana Wells 
Kevoo Wells 
Ricardo West 
Kenneth Whitenian Jr. 
Jonathan Wilbraham 
Antonio Williams 

Barbara Williams 
Gregory Williams II 
Jihan Williams 
Nathaniel Williams 
Tiffany Williams 
Michelle Willrich 
hristopher Wilson 

Dwayne Wilson 
Quentin Wilson 
Jeremy Wise 
Erin Witt 
Ruth Woldering 
Shawn Wolford 
Rachel Woods 



shia Worthy 
Danielle Worthy 
Taurean Young 
Terrence Young 
Anthony Zrim 
Thomas Zrim 
Joseph Zuzic 



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LEARNING THE ROPES 

Sophomores have learned how school operate; 

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y the time students got to be 
sophomores they had a pretty good 
understanding of how Euclid High 
School operated. Sure, the discipline code 
book changed a little every year but for the 
most part the everyday routine of survival at 
the school was understood. Sophomores 
began to become active in many of the 
activities that were available to them and 
they matured to the point where they were 
becoming mature young men and women. 
Sophomores had been a part of Euclid high 
for the past fifty years. 




Christina Ewing enjoys her sophomore year I 
participating with the Flag Corps. 

154 y Sophomores 




Kendra Smith and 



n as much as they can during their time in the laboratory. 




Eric Abiecunas 
Ashley Adams 
Blair Adams 
Thomas Agee 
Zipporah Alexander 
Jayson Alkema 



Martees Almond 
Nathan Anderson 
Lyndsey Appling 
Celeste Armstrong 
Amanda Bachmann 
Amy Bachmann 



Kevin Baisden 
Lauren Balogh 
Robert Baranowski 
Malaika Barkari 
Michael Baranauskas 
Quantina Barnes 



Marvianne Barrett 
Shaquita Barrett 
Anthony Basalla 
Wayne Batts 
Anna Bear 
Andre Beasley 



Lindsay Beck 
Jessica Bedford 
Mario Begovic 
Michael Beidleman 
Amanda Bell 
Sherita Bennett 



John Benovic 
Verea Bibbs 
Dalibor Bilavcic 
Patrick Black 
Andrea Blackman 
Phillip Bojc 



Aaron Bonner 
Elizabeth Boone 
Brian Borcziak 
Victoria Bowser 
Jennifer Boyd 
Shaquita Boyd 



Darnell Boykin 
| Ciarra Bradley 
Latoya Bradley 
Derek Brantley 
Michael Brazytis 
Melissa Breeding 




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Edward Brown 

Stephen Brown 

Alexandra Bucewicz 

Stephanie Buchanan 

Alisha Burr 



Bobby Butler 

Priscilla Butler 

Matthew Bytro 

Steven Cahill 

Eugene Calhoun 

Shanise Calloway 



Ivy Canady 

Carla Candela 

Amanda Candow 

Stacy Candow 

Chelsea Cargill 

Ashleigh Carr 



Deanna Carr 

Courtney Carter 

Kenyatta Carter 

Christina Cash 

Nichole Cek 

Heather Champa 




Shaun Chatman 

Chystal Chillious 

Devin Chrestoff 

Dawn Cicco 

Jonathan Ciora 

Angela Cipriano 



James Clark 
Michael Clay 
Charmayne Colbert 
Kelly Collins 
Sierra Collins 
Stacy Collins 



Jose Colon 

Maryann Colvin 

Joanne Cook 

Joanna Cook 

Lillian Cortes 

Aleeka Cousett 




Benjamin Cox 

Dwayne Creary 

Jamaal Cummings 

ml Cunningham Jr. 

Falcon Dana 

John Davis 


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Keyasha Davis 
Michael Davis 
Natasha Davis 
Latoya Dawson 
Gabriel De Loach 
Dennis Derganc 






raiusha Ha! 

Tenisha Hall 

Warren Halstead 

Lamonte Hamelin 

Kelly Hanson 

Christopher Harre 



Flint Harris 

Morgan Harris III 

Terrence Harrison 

Kerry Hawkins 

Deaidre Haynes 

Andrew Heath 



Michaelynn Healon 

Daniel Heising 

Brian Henderson 

Matthew Hernandez 

Givonne Herndon 

Isaiah Herod 



Daniel Higginbothan 

Lemuel Holmes 

Randishia Holt 

Dustie Hottenroth 

Ayisha Howard 

Denver Howell 



Terry Howell 

Kevin Hudson 

Jennifer Huffman 

Angelita Hunter 

Crisandra Hunter 

Danielle Hunter 



Lisa Hurst 

Hutcherson II 

Emily Hutton 

Kristin Iafelice 

Geoffrey irvin 

Mercedes tvey 



Anton Jackson 

Monica Jackson 

Edwin Jeffry 

Teonna Jenkins 

Larry Jeter 

Desmond Johnson 



eiren Johnson 

Marquita Jones 

Stephanie Jones 

Jennifer Kapeluch 

Matthew Karsokas 

Holly Kascak 



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amal Keith 
icholas Kelly 
shley Kenner 
ya Kharin 
Manvielle King 
Stacy KinsciUi 



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Samantha Krause 
Melissa Krivacic 
Bradley Kushaii 
Jashawn Kyle 
Brian La Bounty 



Haines Lanetot 
Richard Lanese 
Dyana Langsdale 
Dontell Lassiter 
Robert Lassiter 
Kevin La7iuk 



ennon 
Eric Leppelrneier 
Rachel Lewand 
Sarah Lipiec 
Anthony Lombardo 
Eric Lowery 



Robert Lucas 
Orrel Lynch in 
Tiffany Madison 
Christopher Madorsk\ 
David Maksymowicz 
Shruli Malik 



Michael Mance 
Ryan Marek 
Ernest Marn Jr. 
Nicole Marshal] 
Michael Maurer 
David Mc Arthur 



Shannon Mc Colli 
Krystai Mc Dougal 
Tanish McDowell 
Nicholas Mc Gill 
Sean Mc Intire 







Freddy Mercado 

Christine Metti 

Michael Middleton 

Joshua Mikolajski 

Quitashia Miles 

Anisha Miller 



Keven Miller 

Ebony Miles 

(Catherine Mtac 

Kenneth Modelski 

Robert Mohorcic 

Chineika Moorer 



Shirli Moons 

Mark Moster 

Hiniatu Mulbah 

Joshua Nagle 

Bernard Needom 

Carlu Okorn 



Artria Oit 

Migdalia Ortiz 

Sarah Osterman 

Bonnie Padavick 

Brett Padden 

Jamie Paige 



Frank Paratore 
Anthony Parker 
Reginald Parker 

Steven Paternite 
Mary Patricia Pavicic 
Sonya Penn 



Angela Penny 

Ann Peric 

Michael Phoumyyoth 

Elisabeth Pierce 

Joshua Pikovnik 

Christine Pittard 



Carl Plicka 

Joseph Plovock HI 

Deanthony Pompey 

James Powell 

Dionte Preston 

Joshua Provateare 







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Lavelle Randall 
Christine Rauscher 
Victoria Ray 
Lysander Reese Jr. 
Carmen Rice 
Jacquelyn Richards 




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Angel Richardson 
Christopher Richardson 
Marques Richeson 
Gary Riedel | ^ 
Matthew Robinson 
Richard Rohl 



Chrysta) Ruberto 
James Rticker 
Shanina Rucker 
Jeremy Rusbasan 
Kelly Ruscin 
Christopher Rutti 



Thomas Ryder 
Stephen Sabo 
Dreamer Sanders 
Christie Santucci 
Gregory Sattler 
Robert Savles 



Michael Schoen 
Nathaniel Schuette 
Sarah Schweikert 
Matthew Scott 
John Serwatka 
Kevin Shea 



Timothy Sheehan 
David Simmons IJJ 
Rebecca Slabe 
David Slamie 
John Smcrke 
Abra Smith 



Gennaine Smith 
Jason Smith 
Jeffrey Smith 
Kendra Smith 
Linda Smith 
Stephanie Smith 



Toni Smith 
Knsten Smylie 
Mark Soini 
Michael Solema 
Tara Sparrow 
Todd Sparrow 






GAINING MATURITY 

Sophomores show much growth after their freshman year I; 



Sophomores had learned much about 
Euclid High School and matured in 
the process. Sophomores were 
usually much more reliable when it came to 
doing their homework and studying for tests 
and doing everything that was necessary for 
achieving in their classes. Some had jobs 
that forced them into learning responsibility 
and some began driving which took even 
more responsibility. The sophomore year 
was one of great change. 



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Above Left: Holly Kascak worked hard tor the 
,j- ■ volleyball team. 

Left: Milan Tomsic getting the hull away from the 
soal. i'S 

Above: Sopfiomores helped by being part of t 
Marching Band. 



Right: Manny Ottinger and Tony Basalla bringin; 
the ball down the field. 



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Sophomores had a lol of fun at the Homecoming 

Assembly. BP^^H 



Matthew Tschantz, Christine Metti, Kim Swansegar, Chris Harrcli, Ilya Kharin. Greg Sattier and Michael 
Tschantz showed their spirit by dressing up for Halloween. 





Ronald Thompson 
Johnny Tillman 
Lischen Toloe 
Simone Tomlinson 
Matthew Tompkins 
Milan Tomsk 



Emily Toth 
Anh Tran 
Bryan Truskolaski 
Michael Tschantz 
Matthew Tschantz 
Angela Tucci 



Kevin Tyson 
Nancy Urban 
Andrea Valerio 
Dessiray Vanzant 
Jared Vargo 
Danielle Vjsko 



Gina Vidmar 
Michael Vince 
Nicholas Voll 
Shannon Waganek 
Victor Walker 
Neal Wallace 



Kenneth Wardell 
Brandan Warner 
Herbert Webster 
Ashley Westbrook 
Ericka Whitehead 
Aaron Whitmore 



Carmen Wilkox 
Najma Wilkerson 
Anthony Williams 
David Williams 
Kelly Williams 
Taresa Willingham 



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Jasmine Wilson 
Rasheena Wilsoi 
Meghan Wise 
Kurt Wurm 
Suron Young 
Frank Zagar 



Christopher Zalewski 
EnkaZdesar 
Gerald Zeigler Jr. 
Joshua Ziamba 
Haseena Ziga 
Dino Zuzic Jr. 




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GETTING CLOSE 

Juniors only have one year to go 



For fifty years juniors had been in the 
position of having only one year 
remaining before graduation. Juniors 
weer mature students who were participat- 
ing in many clubs and extracurricular 
activities and were the ones who were in 
position to take over the following year. 
Almost all of them had their driver's license 
and many had cars so transportation was 
much easier than as a sophomore. Many 
also had jobs so they had a source of 
income to help pay for all the clothes and 
toys and types of entertainment that they 
enjoyed. Being a junior was an exciting 
moment for most students. 




166 > Juniors 
/ 



Above: Allyson Kumcl. Matt Simenc, Althea Jones and Candace Longshaw are also working hard in i 

classes. Piu^ 




Allison Abiecunas 
Erin Adams 
Richard Adams II 
Samir Ahmeiovic 
Monique Aldridge 
Joshua Alexander 



William Allen 
Christine Amigoni 
Christopher Anders 
Tiffany Anderson 
Antoinette Aquila 
Brianna Aqnilano 



Robin Arp 
Bryan Arpin 
Clarence Asberry 
Robert Ashdown III 
Dawn Attwood 
Michael Babuder 



Brian Babyak 
Christopher Bailey 
Rafik Bandy 
Stephen Baron 
Brian Barringer 
Kelly Baylog 



Tameka Beatty 
Cori Beaumont 
Oriana Belavic 
Lynn Bell 
Tawanda Bell 
Abigael Biehl 



Justin Billig 
Kelli Bivins 
Matthew Black 
Katherine Blazettc 
Ronnell Bledsoe 
Laura Boribong 



Lakrii Brazaitis 
Dawn Brazis 
Cheryl Brewer 
Donald Brewster 
Heidi Brichacek 
Me Shawn Brown 



Jennifer Brunner 
Alexis Buford 
Melissa Burdelte 
John Burke 
Sarah Burke 
Christina Burrell 







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Amy Burya 

Kevin Calabrese 

Nicole Candow 

Michael Cardille 

Christopher Carlson 

Aaron Carpenter 



ssica Chapman 
Kristin Clark 
Shawntee Clay 
Fielding Cloud 
Reginald Cochran 
Carol) n Connelly 



Nina . Cosiano 

Steven Co?ari 

lopherCremeans 

A^zizat Crumble 

Frank Cvetkovic 

Jennifer Davies 





Ariana Davis 

Cara Davis 

Denell Davis 

Sartna Davis 

Jean De Wine 

Michael Dearth 



Derek Deas 

Sharonda Dickinson 

Rachel Dixon 

Jordan Domin 

Kristyol Dominique 

Nathaniel Dore 



Tamika Drake 

Emily Duer 

Fredrick Dwoming 

Adam Dybzinski 

Adonte Eanes 

Jonathan Earick 



eniiiha Edwards 

Rachel Eiding 

Cecil Elliott Jr. 

Geoffrey Englebrecht 

Kenneth Estes 

Brian Evans 



Cara Farley 
Edward Farrell 
Bethany Fine 
Michael Fink 
Kenneth Flonnoy 
Sheereeda Floyd 





atthew Flynt 
Danny Fonovic 
Michael Fortunate 
Senwai Fountain 
Erik Freeman 
Lisa Futkos 



James Gage 
Gina Gaglione 
Vincent Gallon 
Richard Gecewich 
Ivan Gelo E| 
Shawn George 



Chenan Gipson 
Kandasha Glenn 
Jay Glick 
Robert Glicken 
Robert Goff 
Michael Gonzalez 



Antoine Goodwin 
Matthew Gorse 
Joseph Granito 
Erica Grant 
Brandon Graves 
Robert Grays 



Josip Grgincic 
Amey Griffin 
Michael Grubach 
La'Wanda Hamelio 
Michelle Handford 
Timothy Haneline 



Dante' Hardy 
Ronald Harris Jr. 
Square Harris 
Sharon Hatfield 
Jacqueline Hayes . 
Christopher Heffner 



Joseph Hefler 1\' 
Timothy Hein 
Arek Helcberger 
Chad Henderson 
Erin Herzberg 
Lindsay Hess 



Jaonza Hicks 
Julia Hight 
MelvinHill 
Nek 1 ma Hill 
Matthew Hiscott 
Jarrod Holmes 






ACTIVELY INVOLVED 

Lots of juniors participate in Euclid activities 




Right: Nicole Raia. 
Danny Heising, Julie 
Stobierski, Jodi Jalo' 
and Carly La Boun 

enjoying their time 
between classes. 



Far Right: Ann Perk 
finds it enjoyable to spike 
the ball for the volleyball 
team. 



Juniors 





Top: Students enjoying themselves in the gym. 

Top Left: Katie Kolar and Melissa Waina enjoy school when playing soccer. 

Above Middle: Shawn Joyce, Matt Simenc, Matt Flynt and Robin Arp particip 

Left: Kirsten Knauss enjoys the time she spends on the tennis team. 

Above: Sarah Lipiec, Sarah Osterman, Ann Peric, Milan Tomsk, Lindsey Mastalski and Melissa Shea 

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uniors have a lot of fun in their lives 




lop: Andrew Walker and Lauren Miheli had a lot 

ot't'un at Homecoming. 

Above: Tamika Drake looks as if she is having fun 
during Halloween. 



/mN Junto 



Top: Juniors enjoyed themselves at the Homecoming rally. 



Middle: Oriana Belavic, Allison Abiecunas, Kelly Baylog, Rebeccah Jenkins, Mary Tisi and Allison Pcnko 

had a good time when they dressed for Halloween. ^«i^^ 

Above: Erin Herzberg. Lindsay Hess, Bridget Resnik and Dana Majer enjoying themselves before class is 
about to begin. 




hayla Holt 
Edward Holiz 
Leon Howard 
Russell Howard 
Jessica Huenfeld 
Stephanie Hughes 



April Humar 
Jason Hunter 
Angela Indiana 
Armand Jackson 
Jodi Jalovec 
Rebeccah Jenkins 



Kerry Jerie 
Mario Jesic 
Ericka Johnson 
Reco Jolly 
Althea Jones 
Christian Junes 



Ebony Jones 
Redon Jones 
Shikira Jones 
Stacy Jones 
Chanell Jordan 
Sharonda Jordan 



Shawn Joyce 
Tarik Kamara 
Amanda Kane 
Brian Kane 
Sean Kane 
Theodore Karpy 



Margaret Keller 
Gabrielle Kelly 
Martin Kenny Jr. 
David Kilkenney 
John Paul Kilroy 
Deanna Kitchen 



Ebony Kizer 
Aaron Klco 
Kirsten Knauss 
Jesse Knight IV 
Nyesha Knight 
Anita Kochevar 



Nicole Kolenc 
Jennifer Roller 
Nadine Kontra 
Laurel Kuhen 
Allyson Kuntel 
Carly La Bounty 






Crystal Langford 

Matthew Laurich 

Niesia Lewis 

Brandon Linton 

Dennis Lo Conti 

Jessica Locust 



Melissa Longo 
Sarah Look 
Mark Lucas 

Donny Ludvik 
Dana Majer 

Derik Malenda 



Nicholas Malnar 

Deanna Mance 

Cynthia Martin 

Andrea Maitincnas 

Sarah Mascia 

Lindsev Mastalski 



Jason Matthews 
Erron Mc Clain 
James Me Clave 
Jason Mc Cullough 
Jesse Mc Dowell 
Bonnie Mc Gee 



Brandon Mc Kinney 

La Mar Mc Kinney 

Marie Mc Masters 

Melissa Mc Peek 

Lori Medves 

Lauren Milieli 



Laurie Mills 

David Mitchell 

Van Monroe HI 

Elizabeth Montague 

Jason Moon 

Christopher Moore 



Abygail Morris 

Johnny Moses 

Sandra Moweiy 

Christine Mueller 

Janelle Muhvic 

Jennifer Muh 



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cole Mulraney 

Quentin Murdock 

Lindsey Nagode 

George Nickson 

Melissa Niemann 

Shanna Norfleet 





Sean O Brien 
Oluwakemi Ojo 
EdwardOstrander 
Jermaine Padgelie 
Lee Roy Pannell 
Shavon Pannell 



Tiffany Pannell 
Daniel Paoloni 
Jermaine Parker 
Katrina Parker 
Dinalben Patel 
Au,ueelah Patterson 



La' Erica Patterson 
David Payerchin 
Allison Penko 
Antonio Petty 
Sara Pfahl 
Ernest Phillips Ji 



Heather Pica 
Ambrosia Pikovnik 
Charmaine Pinkston 
Gabrielle Plavcan 
Douglas Podmore 
Jacqueline Polke 



Nkrumali Pollard 1 
Joseph Polzner 
David Potocnik 
Ashley Powell 
Anthony Praskavich 
Giua Preston 



Brandi Price 
Brandon Price 
Ivan Radan 
Tomislav Raguz 
Nicole Raia 
Michael Ray 



Dianca Reese 
Tristen Reid 
Syreeta Rerabert 
Bridget Resnik 
Christal Rice 
Jennifer Rinella 



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Sean Swift 
Dennis Taksar 
Stephanie Tambuno 
Omid Tavakoli 
Fred Taylor 111 



emere Tedla 
Ayo Femi Terrencc 
Lakeith Thomas 
Amber Tinker 
Michael Tirabas-,1 
Mary Tisi 



iana Tocarchick 

bony Todd 

ary Tracy 

linton Tucker 
Jacob Tucker 
Kevin Turman 



JUlian Udovich 
Michael Ulle 
Kristen Urban 
Courtney Valentine 
Derrick Valentine 
Srinakorn Vannarath 



Lidia Vauters 
Sara Via 
Bryan Vidra 
Melissa Waina 
Andrew Walker 
Bernadctte Walker 



elly Wallend 
Dennis Warnian 
Tatiana Webster 
Joshua Weidensall 
Anirara WTiite 
Bryan White 



Michael Wilkerson 
Eric Williams 
Todd Willouehby 
Bennie Wilson 
Michelle Wilson 
Kellie Wise 



Philipp Wittwer 
Cerrissa Wolenski 
Phaedra Wolenski 
arnett Woodruff 
.pnelle Woods 
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Top: Students looking at the work produced by the students in the art department at 

their annual Art Show that was held on May 27& 28. 

Middle: Dawn Merritt going over the bar during the high jump. 

Bottom: Voices of New Life choir singing at the Black History Assembly which 

was held on February 13. 



180. 



Matt Simenc throwing the ball back to 
the infield to make a play. 



Memories Divider 



Pitcher. Karen Hanson was instrumen- 
tal in helping the Softball team achieve 
its commendable record. 



MEMORIES 




Top: Seniors jn the gym getting ready for Commence- 
ment to begin. 
Above: Matt Krutsch returning the ball for a point. 



Top: Students having a wonderful time at Prom. 
Above: Rahman Shavers finishing up a leg of a 
relay. 



Amos Renix takes a shot while Mr. Turkall and Mr. 
Gibbons defend during the Senior vs Faculty 
basketball game. 

Memories Divider / 181 



Baseball comes out swinging 

Finishes first for last time in G.C.C. 



The varsity baseball team had 
another successful season as they 
finished their tenure in the G.C.C. 
with a 21-8 record. The season began 
slowly after the Panthers lost five of their 
first seven games. After that, however, 
they got in the groove and won 19 of 
their next 22 games. They won the 
G.C.C. for the last time. 



VARSITY BAS 


EBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Holy Name 


5 


8 


St. Edwards 


6 


7 


Brecksville 


2 


6 


Mentor 


9 


2 


Stow 


6 


7 


Canton Glen Oak 5 


9 


Shaker Hts. 


9 


6 


Solon 


9 


8 


Mayfield 


11 


9 


Lakewood 


7 


10 


North 


5 


6 


Strongs ville 


5 


3 


Maple Hts. 


15 





South 


11 


2 


Madison 


8 





Mayfield 


2 





South 


7 





West Geauga 


10 


1 


Brush 


3 


2 


North 


5 


2 


Mentor 


9 


2 


Maple Hts. 


7 


4 


St. Ignatius 


10 


8 


Bedford 


11 


3 


Mayfield 


7 


3 


North 


12 


1 


Brush 


6 


2 


Shaker 


1 


5 


SEASON RECORD WON 21 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 11 LOST 1 


LEAGUE FINISH Firsl 






Varsity Baseball. Row one: John Fuduric, Matt Moster, Tim Gocrndt, Jeff Evans, Pat Grisez, Kenny 
Gravitte. Row two: Terry Kontra, Tom Heuer, Brian Zorman, Brian Siedler, Dan Fitzpatrick. Row three; 
Coach. T. J. Florkiewicz, Abby Morris, Dave Ott, Tom Soini, Kevin Grisez, Jeff Cahill, Chris Burrell, 
Coach Dennis Turkall. Row four: Frank Vicarelli, Eddie Wilcox, Rich Glavan, Jim Grinstead, Jeff 
Zevnik, Brandon Richardson, Dave Cerne, Coach Don Lewis. 





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JV Baseball, Row one: Phil Boyce, Samuel Medvick, Mike Seifried. Row two: Tim Hein, Doug Woods, 
Mike Ulle, Matt Simenc, Ryan Rufo. Row three: Mario Shy, Kevin Carse, Kevin Calabrese, Gerald 
Headd. Row four: Coach. T. J. Florkiewicz, Owen Strodtbeck, Van Monrow, Mark Lewis, Chris Harrell. 



Baseball 




Freshman Baseball, Row one: Brian Borcziak, Tim Capretta, Kevin Laznik, Gerald Ziegler. Row two: 
Mike Slagle, Mike Butler, Steve Cahill, Brian La Bounty, Derrell Nelson. Row three: Coach Vuyancih, 
David King, Matt Mitro, Robert Lucas, Eric Leppelmeier, Joe Mercadante. 



Tom Heuer smashes the ball into the outfield for a 
base hit. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Holy Name 


5 


2 


Brecksville 


7 


5 


Mentor 


4 


2 


Mayfield 


4 


3 


Lakewood 


13 


4 


North 


3 


8 


Strongsville 


16 


7 


Maple Hts. 


18 





South 


5 


8 


Nordonia 





1 


Mayfield 





5 


South 


17 


1 


Olmsted Falls 


6 


5 


Brush 


12 


2 


North 


1 





Olmsted Falls 


6 


5 


Maple Hts. 


7 


4 


St. Ignatius 


10 


8 


Bedford 


11 


3 


Mayfield 


1 





Bedford 


21 


5 


Brush 


16 


1 


Nordonia 


4 


6 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 
TEAM US THEM 



SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 5 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST 5 
LEAGUE FINISH Third 



Holy Name 


4 


4 


Mentor 


12 


5 


Mayfield 


2 


3 


Lakewood 


4 


5 


North 


12 


8 


Stow 


1 


14 


Maple Hts. 


9 


4 


South 


10 


4 


St. Edward 


7 


12 


Mayfield 


4 


6 


South 


6 


10 


St. Edward 


8 


18 


Brush 


6 


8 


North 


5 


6 


Lakewood 


8 


10 


Maple Hts. 


9 


3 


St. Ignatius 


9 


8 


Bedford 


9 


11 


Bedford 


10 


2 


Normandy 


19 


6 



Canton Glen Oak 6 5 

SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 12 

G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 6 



Bobby Lucas and Steven Cahill conferring on the 
bases before the game was about to begin. 




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Chris Burrell aets his chance to hit the ball. 




Baseball < 183 



Track keeps runnin; 

Boys finish first for last time in G.C.C. 



The 1998 Boy's track team again 
swept the G.C.C. and ended the 
year with a perfect 7-0 record. 
The girl's track team did not have as 
much talent and only finished third in 
the conference with a 5-1 record. 




Boy's Track. Row one: Artis Powell, Matt Robinson, Pete Phillips, Chris Moore, Tino Jones, Mike Barnauskas, Michael Tschantz, Dwayne Smith, Mike Suchy. 
Row two: Michael Miklavcic, Reggi Cochran, Chris Reed, Dorian Goulde, Cordell Morris, Rahman Shavers, Tommie Virgies, Greg Sattler, Kevin Taksar. Row 
three: Coach, Frank Soltesz, Dion Elie, Jesse Scheider, Eric Ryan, Steve Modelski, Brett Stanic, Shaun O'Brien, Ashley Powell, Emeri Scott, Coach. Tom 
Gibbons. Row four: Coach, Orlando Mason, Daniel Slepsky, Melvin Hill. Joe Granito, Amin Harville, Tony Fisher, Bryan Scheider, Mike Simenc. 




184 



Cordell Morris making a long jump. 
Track 



Top: Rahman Shavers makes it over the high jump. 
Above: Dorian Goulde winning the hurdles. 



Leah Cherne, Niki Yannaras and Susan King 

warming up before their race. 



along 




Girl's Track. Row one: Shannon Ivancic, Amanda Tutolo, Susan King, Leah Cherne, Melissa Breeding, Nancy Urban, Becky Slabe. Row two: Niki Vannaras, 
Megan Stefanic. Delores Eubank, Ursula Wein, Nicole Easlick, Gabrielle Johnson, Shirley Morris, Sarah Lipiec, Amanda Candow . Row three: Monica Bitner, 
Erin Gady, Sonja Bear, Charmaine Allen, Jenea Weems, Shayla Holt, Mary Tisi, Jessica Scott, Kristen Knauss, Coach. Dick York Row four: Kim Smith, 
Christina Burrell, Ebony Wheeler, Erin flynt, Allison Mc Clain, Matrika Johnson, Erin Van Eeen, Jamie Paige, Jennifer Huffman, Tyanna Davis. Row five: 
Coach. Mike Sustin, Bekka Borchert, Patricia Carpenter, Shavon Bell. Rachel Lewand, Sarah Keller. Sarah Osterman, Liz Montague, Althea Jones, Dawn 
Merritt, Chrisandra Deramus, Deanzo Hicks, Coach. Pete Sehwenke. 

BOY'S OUTDOOR TRACK 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


GIRL'S OUTDOOR TRACK 


Mayfield 


77 


55 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


North 


85 


47 


Mayfield 


54 


74 


Maple Hts. 


95 


37 


North 


70 


52 


South 


88 


43 


Maple Hts. 


72 


56 


Bedford 


60 2/3 


71 1/3 


South 


79 


49 


Brush 


92 1/2 


39 1/2 


Bedford 


73 


55 


BIG MEETS 


Brush 


75 


52 


Strongsville(Varsity) 


5/8 


BIG MEETS 


Strongsville(JV) 




8/8 


Madison Relays 




4/8 


Dublin 




4/14 


Kent Invitationa 




10/36 


Walsh 




7/14 


Ranger Relays 




M2/16 


Ranger Relays 




^2/10 


Mentor Relays 




5/14 


Mentor Relays 




3/7 


G.C.C. Championships 


3/8 


G.C.C. Championships 


2/6 


Euclid Relays 




3/7 


Euclid Relays 




4/15 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 1 


Districts 




12/24 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 1 


Regionals 




51/60 


LEAGUE FINISH Third 


SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 








G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 








LEAGUE FINISH First 












Shannon Ivancic throwing the dis 



Track 



185 



SLOW PITCHING 

Softball comes in second in the G.C.C. 



rTHhe varsity softball team had a very 


1 good year in which 


they finished 


A the season with ah overall record 


of 19-9 and 7-3 in the G.C.C. They 


recorded many impressive 


wins but their 


three loses in 


.he conference gave them a 


second place finish. 
















VARSITY SOFTBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Beachwood 


10 





Beachwood 


14 


13 


Mayfield 


9 





Wickliffe 


4 


3 


Wickliffe 


14 


5 


West Geaugt 


i 3 


2 


West Geaugz 


i 10 


8 


Chagrin Falls 12 


11 


Chagrin Fall 


5 17 


6 


North 


5 


7 


Maple Hts. 


9 


7 


Lake Catholic 8 


9 


South 


8 


6 


VA/SJ 


7 


4 


VA/SJ 


3 


10 


Mayfield 


1 


4 


Mayfield 


4 


6 


Maple Hts. 


13 





NDCL(NEO 


) 12 


14 


Hly Name(N 


EO)7 


6 


Mayfield(NE 


.0) 9 


1 


Lake Catholi 


c 3 


15 


Brush 


16 


1 


North 


8 


4 


South 


3 


9 


VA/SJ 


14 


13 


Hawken 


2 


8 


Brush 


18 


13 




Varsity Softball. Row one: Becky Codec, Chrissy Kovacevich. Row two: Taryn Launch. Robyn Ulle, 
Michelle Launch. Courtney Sharp. Row three: Sandra Mowery, Sarah Moster, Wakita Hirata, Allison 
Metti. Row four: Coach. Steve Marcu, Allison Stahre, Lisa Udovich, Kristen Kascak, Suzanne Lucas, 
Coach Sean O'Toole. 



SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 9 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 3 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 



Softball 





J. V. Softball, Row one: Melissa Bartchak, Julie Thompson, Bonnie Nychel, Lindsey Mastalski. Row two: 
Dawn Attwood, Sean Hackly . Tamika Drake, Megan Novinc. Row three: Jillian Udovich, Niki Sams, Gina 
Gaglione. Row four: Coach Ron Zucca, Karen Hanson, Julie Stobierski, Cheryl Brewer, Karen Salisbury. 




Freshman Softball, Row one: Michelle Radosevich, Kristin Iafelice, Marypat Pavicic, Karla Okorn. Row 
two: Tabitha Stricko, Kendra Smith, Angelo Cipriano, Kelly Collins. Row three: Coach. Diane Maroli, 
Alissa Meier, Dawn Cicco, Angela Gorter. Row four: Chrissy Ewing, Christine Metti, Holly Kascak, 
Amanda Bachmann, Shara Licap. 



Sandra Mowerv getting a good swing with the bat. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield 


19 


12 


Bedford 


13 


3 


Chardon 


16 


9 


Beaumont 


6 


11 


Maple Hts. 


10 





Beaumont 


13 


12 


South 


15 


16 


VA/SJ 


8 


10 


Bedford 


20 


8 


Mayfield 


9 


12 


Solon 


7 


16 


Maple Hts. 


18 


9 


Brush 


9 


19 


Bedford 


8 


10 


Geneva 


16 


11 


Brush 


22 


12 



FRESHMAN SOFTBALL 
TEAM US THEM 



SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 7 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 4 



Mayfield 


9 


21 


Bedford 


6 


16 


Maple Hts. 


7 


18 


South 


7 


17 


Bedford 


11 


10 


Mayfield 


16 


15 


Solon 


5 


29 


Maple Hts. 


16 


4 


Brush 


1 


15 


Bedford 


12 


22 


North 


3 


13 


Brush 


7 


5 


North 


3 


16 


South 


3 


15 


SEASON RECORD 1 


tVON 5 LOST 10 


G.C.C. RECORD W( 


)N 4 LOST 9 






Above: Sarah 
Mascia sends a 
pitch to the plate. 
Far Left: Michelle 
Radosovich 
pitching for the 
freshmen. 
Middle and Left: 
Lindsey Mastalski 
and Christine 
Metti hitting the 
ball. 



Softball 



FAST SERVING 

Tennis team has best record in many years 



The boy's tennis team had one of its 
best seasons ever when it posted 
an overall record of 14-2 and 7-1 
in the conference. They won the G.C.C. 
Tournament by winning an unbelievable 
4 out of 5 first places. Barry Lawrence 
was able to qualify for the districts. 



VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 
THEM 

2 
5 

2 
1 


1 


1 
1 



3 

1 

2 

SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 2 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



JUNIOR VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS 



TEAM 


US 


St. Edward 


3 


Geneva(OTCA) 





Lakewood 


5 


Mentor 


3 


Brush 


4 


Perry 


5 


South 


5 


Chagrin Falls 


4 


North 


5 



West Geauga 

Brush 

South 

Mayfield 

North 

Beachwood 




Boy's Tennis, Row one: Ryan Heramb, Chris Pierce, Ryan Ptak. Row two: Dennis Strell, Jim Mc Clave, 
Steve Yannaras, Pat Di l.alla Row three: Coach Rob Heramb, Brad Kushin, Milan Tomsic, Charlie Di 
I .alia. Coach. Lucy Pratt. Row four: Matt Mc Dermott, Andy Edmonds, Barnard Woodruff, Barry 
Lawrence. 



TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Edward 


1 


4 


Mentor 


5 





Brush 


4 


1 


Perry 
South 


2 
5 


3 



Chagrin Falls 


2 


3 


Mayfield 
West Geauga 




5 


5 



South 


4 


1 


Mayfield 
Beachwood 




2 


5 
3 



SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 6 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 3 




Milan Tomsic rushing forward to get to the ball. 



Ryan Heramb returning a ball with his forhand shot. 



Tennis 



The It's Academic team consisted of Dan Seifried, 
Allison Metti and Derik Malenda and competed 
against Mentor and Crestwood in the Spring. Matt 
Krutsch was an alternant and Ms. Lucy Pratt and 
Mrs. Michelle Mc Garry were advisers. 




De Laurence Fouche taking a shot during the Senior- 
Faculty basketball game. 



Lori Mitskavich was awarded the Euclid Teachers 
Association scholarship and Suzanne Stambaugh 

received a 1 2th grade Proficiency with Honors award 
at the annual Senior Awards Assembly which was 
held in the Little Theater on Tuesday, May 19. 



Eighth graders came to the high school for an Activity 
Fair to see different events that go on at the school. 



Spring Events 



LETS GO DANCING 

Prom gave students a chance to dress up 



Prom was held on Thursday, May 
14, 1998. This was the earliest it 
was held in many years. Seniors 
still had two weeks of school after they 
got back from Prom. It was also a 
problem since it occurred in the middle 
of Advanced Placement Exams making it 
difficult for some students to concentrate 
on their exams. It was held at 
Landerhaven Party Center and was 
attended by about 300 couples. Everyone 
looked very nice and lots of prizes were 
awarded at After Prom. 
Senior Citizen Prom was sponsored by 
Student Council and was held in the East 
Gym on Wednesday, May 6, 1998. Many 
senior citizens from the Euclid commu- 
nity enjoyed dancing to the live band 
with spouses or with members of Student 
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Students and senior citizens dancing at Senior-Senior Prom 




TIME TO GRADUATE 

Commencement was an emotional time 



Commencement was held on June 
7, 1998. The weather was 
threatening so the ceremonies 
had to be held in the East Gym instead 
of in the stadium. It was a cool, cloudy 
day so conditions were not uncomfort- 
able. The event was an enjoyable 
experience. 




FACULTY PATRONS 



Jane Addis 

Justin J. Antonini 

Betsy Anness 

Michelle Ayers 

Coach Banc 

Stan Bender 

Alan and Joan Bush 

Doc Daugherty 

Ms. Kim Dixon 

Bill Dwyer 

Ken and Ann Ferlito 

Marilyn Foote 

David Hathaway 

Robert Heramb 

Carolyn Heuer 

Mr. Scott Hudson 



Sgt. Maj. L. M. Isaacs 
Spencer Kane 

Jim Kelley 

Marsha Knauss 

Mrs. Lisa Langford 

Steve Marcu 

Diane M. Maroli 

Lisa Mc Leod 

Sandi Mc Redmond 

Flor Misra 

Mrs. Novak 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 

Lucy A. Pratt 

Barbara Ramlow 

Fran Ratka 
Marcy Richards 



Anthony Rozman 

Mr. and Mrs. Santilli 

Rhonda A. Scharf 

Ron Seymour 

Elaine R. Sheridan 

Mrs. P. Sheridan 

Robert A. Smith 

Fran and Annmarie Soltesz 

Diane Tizzano 

Mrs. Torrelli 

Ms. Ulle 

The Von Benken family 

Daniel Wensing 

Mr. Zucca 



PICTURE PATRONS 



Salih and Mirela Ahmetovic/Melissa 

Ahmetovic 

Carol Ann Anderson/Laura Ann 

Anderson 

Jim and Sandy Barker/Wendy Barker 

Debbie and Jim Basalla/Lisa Basalla 

Rose Ann Baugh/Takara Baugh 

Jeffrey Beck/Natalie Beck 

Susan and James Belanich/Michael 

Belanich 

Mike and Cindy Biehl/Chris Biehl 

Diane Eberhardt/Tiffany Borden 

Ed and Debbie Brady/Melissa Brady 

Mary Brinovec/Alexandrea Brinovec 

Dennis and Carol Bucar/Brandon Bucar 

Candace and Len Carmichael/Katy 

Carmichael 

Roger and Mary Cherne/Leah Cherne 

Michael and Brenda Cleary/Ruth Cleary 

Jo-Ann and Dave Cocherell/Brian 

Cocherell 

Tim and Linda Collins/Katie Collins 

John and Diana Day/Timothy Day 

Franklin R. and Lola DeLuca/Franklin R. 

DeLuca Jr. 

Denise Konrad/Nicholas Di Biase 

Dennis and Denise Disbrow/Dennis W, 

Disbrow 

Corine Dowell-Howard/Rita R. Dowell 

Paul and Cindy Edmonds/David Edmonds 

Mary and Ronnie Edmonds/Leah 

Edmonds 

Denise F. Egleton/Monique R. Egleton 

Ron and Laura Emser/Jennifer Emser 

Dennis and Joyce Farkas/Ryan Farkas 

Kim and Jim Feldkamp/Tom Feldkamp 



Robert and Denise Early/Melanie Renee 

Fuller 

Sue and Rich Glavan/Rick Glavan 

Mom and Dad Grice/Brian J. Grice 

Don and Sandy Grisez/Kevin Grisez 

Warren and Kathleen Grundman/Laurel 

Grundman 

Donna Hanson/Karen Hanson 

Charlynn Hicks/ Leslie Ross Hicks II 

Frank and Therese Ivancic/Shannon Marie 

Ivancic 

Loretta Jones/Tamea Jones 

Patricia King/Susan P. King 

Tony and Donna Knistautas/Michelle 

Knistautas 

Sue Koerber/Samantha E. Koerber 

Peggy Szadkowski/Katie Kolar 

Carol and Judy Kuklica/Jenna Kuklica 

Joanne Lach and John Konchan/Wallace 

Lach 

Roger and Luanne Laurich/Taryn and 

Michelle Laurich 

Michael and Elizabeth Lipiec/Megan H. 

Lipiec 

John and Ellen Lucas/Suzanne Lucas 

Joyce Mayle/Christopher Mayle 

Diana and Thomas Medlen/Melissa Medlen 

Pat Merritt/Dawn Merritt 

Mary Emser/Michael S. Miklavcic 

Steve Mikiavcic/Shana Miklavcic 

Patricia and Edward Miklowski/Nanci 

Miklowski 

Rita Hoppert/Steve Modelski 

Sharon Morris/Cordell Morris 

Patti Noll/Marybeth Noll 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Novinc/Megan 

Novinc 

Sue Oravecz, R. N./Todd Oravecz 

Donna and Ivan Orlic/Ingrid Orlic 

Larry and Debbie Ott/David Ott 

Rafael and Grisela Pacheco/Rafael Pacheco II 

Deborah Ptak/Brandon Ptak 

James and Kate Petras/Molly Petras 

Jack and Mary Price/Amanda Marie Price 

Beverly Richardson/Brandon Richardson 

Karen Rys/Jennifer Rys 

Kathy Kotlar/Angela Sabbath 

Scott and Patti Salisbury/Karen Salisbury 

Ross and Gail Salupo/Amy Salupo 

Mike and Mary Sams/Nicholette Sams 

Rochelle Schiffbauer/Nikole Schiffbauer 

Mary and Jim Scott/Jessica Scott 

Tom and Lenore Setser/Margaret Shannon 

Setser 

David and Debbie Sierputowski/Jeffrey 

Sierputowski 

Greg and Laura Skok/Jason Skok 

Lee and Karen Smith/Daniel J. T. Smith 

Teresa Smith/Shayla Smith 

Kathy Soini/Tom Soini 

Steve and Baubbi Solema/Dave Solema 

Kurt and Ronnie Stanic/Abby Stanic 

Dennis and Joann Strell/Nick Strell 

Nancy and Frank Sustar/Thomas Sustar 

Donna and Patrick Clinton/Kimberly 

Tramsak 

Bill and Vicki Whitely/Julie Ann Whitely 

Valerie Thompson/Maria Williams 

Elena Williams/Oral Williams 

Donna Yarish/Victoria Yarish 

Anthony J. Zupancic/Jaime Zupancic 




Melissa Ahmetovic 



Melissa, 
Congratu- 
lations! 
We're so 
very proud 
of you. 
Believe in 
yourself 
and may 
all your 
dreams 
come true. 
Keep on 
smiling, 
we love 
you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad 
& Samir 





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Laura Ann anderson 

Congratulations "Jolly Bear". It seems only 
yesterday that you were a baby and now you're a 
young woman with a wonderful life ahead of you. 
Be all that you can be! I'm so proud of you. 
Love & God Bless. 
Mom 




Wendy Barker 



Wen, 

When a child is 
born, parents 
wonder what lies 
ahead for that 
child. Will they be 
kind, successful, 
unselfish, 
responsible and 
respectful. In your 
case, all the 
answers are yes. 
May God bless 
you and keep you. 
And as always, 
every day try to 
learn something, 
be careful, and 
have fun. 
Love ya. 
Mom and Dad 




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Lisa. 



Lisa Basalla 



You've already made us so proud. We wish you 

love, happiness & success in all you do! Never 

forget your God & family will always be there for 

you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad. Tony, Tim & Joe 



Takara Baugh 

Takara. 

It has been a pleasure to see how you have 

grown and matured. Keep your eyes on your 

goals, you have the power to achieve them. Let 

God be your light and your life will shine. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Tina and Keisha 




Natalie Beck 



Dear Natalie, 
We are so 
proud of you 
for achieving 
this milestone 
in life. You 
are an 
exceptional 
young 

woman with 
much to offer 
and we love 
you very 
much. Good 
luck in 

college and in 
all that you 
do. 
Love, 
Dad & Mom 



Mike. 

As this part of 
your life comes 
to a close, the 
doors you are 
about to open are 
many. Your 
family wants to 
thank you for the 
memories and 
for the fine 
young man you 
are. We are so 
proud of you. 
Your 

determination, 
patience and the 
-ANIMAL" in 
you is what will 
help you 
succeed. 

Mike, you can accomplish anything you put your mind to. because of 
your positive attitude. Your family is always here for you and behind 
you one hundred percent. Now is the time to reach for the STARS- 
GO FOR IT. 
Love ya. 

Dad. Mom, Jim & Rich 
XO 




Michael Belanich 




Chris Biehl 



Chris. 
It's hard to 
believe how 
quickly the past 
18 years have 
gone by! 
Watching you 
grow has been 
a pleasure. We 
are so very 
proud of you ! 
Stay strong in 
your beliefs 
and follow your 
dreams. We'll 
always be there 
for you. 
Love, 
Mom. Dad, 
Abby, Brandon 
and Courtney 




Dear Tiffani, 
We are very 
proud of you. 
Always 
remember, no 
one can ride 
your back 
unless you 
have it bent. 
Good luck in 
your future 
endeavors. 
Mom and 
Family 



Tiffany Borden 



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Dear 
Melissa, 
Our pride 
in you is 
only 

exceeded 
by our 
love. 

Congratu- 
lations. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad 
and Angie 



Melissa Brady 




Alex, 
You've 
reached 
far, 

achieved 
many 
goals, and 
still had 
fun. We're 
proud of 
you. Good 
Luck to 
our "Little 
Beauty". 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 



Alexandra Brinovec 




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Brandon Bucar 

Brandon, 

How proud we are of you 

We'd love lo take credit 

For how you've turned out to be 

But you're the one who's become 

The unique and very special person you are. 

May your dreams become realities 

And your future blessed in all you do 

As Mom and Dad were blessed 

To have a son like you. 

Love, Mom & Dad 

Carol & Dennis 






^ T , Katy Carmichael 

Dear Katy, J 

You have made us unbelievably proud! "Move over 

Spielberg, make room for Katy." 

Love, 

Mom. Dad, Casey & Balee 



Leah Cherne 

We are so very proud of everything you have done 
and all you've become. Never lose your zest for 
living life lo the fullest, all that is good will follow. 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Ruth Cleary 



Little Ryan 
Ruthy, 

It's a hard life, but with your love and understanding 
your child will be free of hatred and travel a course 
that will lead anywhere just as you will. 
We love you so much, 
Dad. Mom & Mikie 




194 Brian Cocherell 



Brian, 

Congratulations! 
We are so proud 
of the person 
you've grown up 
to be, and of all 
your academic 
and musical 
accomplish- 
ments. Thank 
you for giving us 
so many 
wonderful 
memories. 
Always 

remember what a 
blessing you are, 
and how very 
much you are 
loved. Stay the 
way you are, and 
best of luck in 
the future. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 
Michelle and 
Nana 




^ „ . Katie Collins 

Dear Katie, 

We are very proud of you. You've become a very strong, 

kind and unique person. May the happiness you've brought 

to our lives follow you into the future. 

Love, 

Mom. Dad, Kelly, Kasey and Korry 




Timothy Day 

Congratulations, Timothy 
Love, Mom, Dad and Tara 




Dear 
Frank, 
We knew 
back then 
you were 
going to 
make it. 
God Bless 
you 
always. 
Love, 
Dad, Mom 
& Tina 



Franklin R. De Luca Jr. 




Nicholas Di Biase 



Nick, 

You have a 
wonderful 
smile and a 
great sense 
of humor, it 
is a blessing 
to have you 
in our lives. 
What an 
exciting 
time of your 
life and a 
bit scary 
too! We 
know you'll 
do great in 
college. 
Keep 
'focused'. 
Love, 
Mom & 
Dad. Chris 
& Steph 




Dennis W. Disbrow 

Dennis, 

Life is far too serious to take it or yourself too 

seriously. Have fun. Enjoy life! 

Mom, Dad & Dave 








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To my sweet baby, ^» ta R- DOWell 

We are so proud of you. I thank God every day for a beautiful and 

caring daughter, inside and out. Remember positive thinking plus 

positive actions equals positive results. May God continue to bless 

and protect you. 

Love always. 

Mommy, Demetrius & Grandma(Mabel) 



David Edmonds 

Big Dave, #73, 

The name says it all. Always an impressive presence, you 

stand head and shoulders above the crowd. You're always 

the one to see the best in people, and to forgive the worst. 

Don't ever change, and always remember how proud we are 

of you. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 




Leah Edmonds 

Dear Leah, 

You have been a joy to our hearts. We've had so much fun raising 

you. Leah, always remember this proverb. "Trust in Jehovah with all 

your heart, and do not lean upon your own understanding. In all your 

ways take notice of Him, and He Himself will make your paths 

straight." Proverbs 3: 5,6 

With love. 

Mom, Dad, Grandma & Grandpa 




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Monique R. Egleton 

From the beginning stages of your life, to this stage 
of your life, you have gone through a lot. You have 
shown me that no matter what people say and what 
things life have thrown your way. vou will survive . 
At this time I want you to know how very proud you 
have made me. Best of luck in all your endeavors. 
Love always. 
Mom 



Wow! What a 
beautiful babe! 
Blonde hair. 
Blue eyes, an 
infectious 
smile. ..and 
brains too! 
Musician, 
scholar, 
athlete, and so 
much more. 
Then again 
with parents 
like us, what 

^v 4jk else would one 

expect? But 
seriously. 
Jenni, you've 

made us so proud to be your parents over and over 

again. You have exceeded our greatest expectations. 

We wish you only the best! Good luck at Kent State. 

Love. 

Mom & Dad 




Jennifer Emser 




Ryan Farkas 



It seems 
like only 
yesterday 
that we sent 
you off to 
kindergar- 
ten, eager 
to discover 
the world. 
May you 
never forget 
the joy of 
discovery 
in the 
adventures 
of life 
ahead. 
Love, 
Mom & 
Dad 

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Tom Feldkamp 
Tom, 

Our sonlight that brightens our lives each 

and every day. Forever our Boc who tickles 

our hearts and brings us Great Joy and 

Laughter. We are now and forever PROUD 

of you and know you will accomplish all 

you set out to do. - Way to go! 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Dear Melanie 
R. Fuller, 
We have 
watched you 
blossom into a 
beautiful 
flower. You 
have the 
qualities of a 
sophisticated 
young lady. 
You have 
made the 
family proud. 
Remember to 
take advan- 
tage of the 

many opportunities life may bring, and always 

remember where your blessings come from. 

You'll do well. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Alana, and Raymel 




Melanie Renee Fuller 




Rick Glavan 



Rickie- 
We are so 
very proud 
of you and 
all your 
accomplish- 
ments. May 
all your 
dreams 
come true. 
We love you 
and will 
always be 
there for 
you! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 
Stacie & 
Beckie 



Congratula- 
tions, Brian! 
We knew 
you could 
do it. We're 
proud of 
you! May 
you always 
happily 
"pedal" 
through life 
with 

courage & 
determina- 
Brian J. Grice tion to reach 

your goals & be successful in all you do. 

Never lose sight of your goodness. We 

love you & ask God to bless you always. 

Mom & Dad & David 





Kevin Grisez 
wacky sense of humor - 
perspective! 
We love you! 
Mom & Dad 



Dear Kevin, 
Where has 
the time 
gone? We 
are very 
proud of all 
you have 
accom- 
plished 
through hard 
work and 
know you 
will have a 
very success- 
ful future. 
Keep your 
it keeps life in 




Laurel Grundman 

Dear Laurel, 

You will decide your own destiny. If you are mature, 

self-reliant, independent and faithful, with a sense of 

humor, you will remain true to yourself. 

Best Wishes With Love, 

Dad, Mom, Jeff and "Bob" 



Dearest 
Karen, 
As we look 
to the 
future, we 
know that 
wherever 
life takes 
you, you 
will always 
strive to do 
your best. 
You have 
done so 
much to 
make us 
very proud. 
Always 
keep a smile 

on your face and laughter in your heart. We love 

you very much. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Kelly, Lisa & Tim 





Karen A. Hanson 



Leslie Ross Hicks II 



Leslie, 

Look at you. My 
little fashion 
statement. You were 
a handsome and 
smart baby, Buddah. 
Now you've grown 
up into a handsome 
and smart young 
man. Of course you 
get your good looks 
from your mother 
(smile) and brains 
from your dad. 
Strive to be the best 
you can be son. It's 
been a long road. 
We've had our ups 
and downs but you 
DID IT!! We are all 
so very proud of you 
L. R. 
Love. 

Mom. Dad, laonza, 
Oteshia 




Shannon, 
We are very 
proud of our 
first 

daughter. 
You have a 
great future 
ahead of you, 
and we know 
you will 
succeed in all 
you do. We'll 
always be 
here for you. 
We thank 
God every 
day for you. 
God Bless. 
All our love, 
Mom, Dad, 
& your 4 
little sisters 



Shannon Marie Ivancic 




Tamea Jones 

Tamea, 

You are a wonderful daughter and friend. Continue 

to strive for the best things in life. You truly deserve 

much happiness and success. Congratulations! 

With our love and support always. 

Dad, Mom, Joseph and Joel 




Susan: Susan P - Mug 

Special. Unique. Sincere. Amusing. Noble 

my daughter, my purpose, my joy. 

Congratulations, 

Mom OOX 




Michelle Knistautas 



Michelle, 
Congratulations! 
We know that this 
is the beginning of 
great things for 
you. As you go on 
to college remem- 
ber that we love 
you and have full 
confidence that 
you'll succeed in 
what you set out 
to accomplish 
Love, Mom & 
Dad 

p.s. Lose the 
phoo-phoo. 
Love. Susan & 
Lynda 



Congratula- 
tions to my 
Katie Lee, 
You have 
become a 
wonderful 
young lady 
and I'm so 
proud of you 
and all you 
have 
accom- 
plished. You 
have brought 
lots of 
happiness 
and great 
Katie Kolar memories to 

my life. Follow your dreams Katie, and may 

God guide and Bless your path. 

I love you - 

Mom 





Our darling baby 
Jenna. Always 
precious, usually 
stubborn. 
Watching you 
grow up has been 
one of life's 
treasures. On your 
journey to the 
stars sweetie we 
only wish that 
your road is paved 
with wonderful 
adventures. Along 
the way remember 
that home is full 
of love, always. 
Mom & Dad 




Wallace Lach 



Jenna Kuklica 



Dear Boogs: 
You'll 
always be 
the sunshine 
in my life 
with a heart 
of gold and a 
spirit as 
bright as 
your soul. 
May God 
always be at 
your side to 
guide you in 
all you 
conquer. 
Happy trails. 
Your Mom 




Taryn and Michelle Laurich 
Double the trouble 
Double the fun 
Double the joy 
Double the love 
Mom & Dad 



r^^^^H I Dear Megan, 

jfl f I We never 

^^^^^^^™^ ^^^ imagined that 
you would 
demonstrate 
so early in 
life what can 
be accom- 
plished 
"when you 
dream your 
dreams". We 
sent you to 
Camp Notre 
Dame at age 
five knowing 
we would be 
sending you 
to college in 

what seemed like a year. The lovely memories you 
gave to us, as you grew from a baby to a lady, will 
last a lifetime. We thank you for being you and 
congratulate you for all you have done. GO MEGS! 
Love, Mom, Dad. and Sarah 




Megan Lipiec 




Suzanne Lucas 



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Dear 

Suzanne. 
You have 
brought so 
much love, 
happiness, 
pride, and 
excitement 
into our lives 
- more than 
we could 
have ever 
imagined. 
Thank you 
for all your 
hard work! 
We are 
grateful also 
for the loving 
support of 
family and 
friends. 
Love. Mom 
and Dad 




Samantha E.Koerber 

It has been very hard for you, Samie, but you did it!!! 
I am very proud of you for not quitting. Never lose 
sight of your goals; never give up. You know what is 
right and what is not; the rest is up to you. 
I love you! - Mom 



Dear Chris, 
I feel very 
blessed by God 
that you are my 
Son. Thank You 
for being such a 
wonderful Son 
and a great 
friend. You have 
enriched my life 
and brought me 
more joy than 
words can 
express. I'll 
cherish forever 
the memories of 
you growing up 
from year to year. 
Together as 
parents we feel 
very fortunate 
having a Son like 

you. and deep in our hearts we both love you and wish you 

health, happiness, love, and a very successful life. Follow 

your dreams. May God always bless you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Christopher Mayle 




Melissa Medlen 



Missy - 

May you 
keep your 
love for 
animals, 
children, 
life & the 
Lord. 

We're very 
proud of 
you. God 
be with 
you as you 
pursue 
your goals. 
Love, 
Mom & 
Dad 



Dawn, 
You are very 
precious to 
us. We are 
very proud 
of how you 
have grown 
into a very 
sweet, 

compassion- 
ate, beautiful 
person. You 
have worked 
very hard 
thus far. 
Keep 
persevering 

and all your dreams will come true. 

We Love You Lit'l 

Dad, Mom & Danny 




Dawn Merritt 



Dear Michael, 
Words cannot 
describe how proud 
of you we are and 
how much you 
enriched our lives. 
You are not only 
intelligent, athletic 
and good looking but 
you are witty, kind 
and caring. It has 
been a wonderful 
experience to watch 
you grow from a 
dependent infant into 
a self motivated. 
very independent 
young man, wh£ 
excels in everything 
you do! Any parent 
would be proud to 
have you for their 
son. 

God has truly 
blessed you. May 
His blessings 
continue to be with 

Michael S. Miklavcic you as you go out 

into the world. Please know that we will always love you and will 

always be there for you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 

p.s. Grandma & Grandpa Emser, Grandpa Miklavcic & Kevin are 

proud of you also and love you very much. 





Shana Miklavcic 
Shana, 

I'm very proud of you. I hope all your dreams 
come true and I'm sure they will as hard as 
you work at them. Good Luck with your 
future. You know I'll always be there for you. 
I love you very much. 
Dad 




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Nanci, 
We are so 
proud of our 
baby! You 
are intelli- 
gent. 

successful, 
& a wonder- 
ful person. 
You have 
made us so 
happy. Stay 
determined 
& remember 
that we love 
you! Good 
Luck! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad 
& Janeen 




Steve, 
Congratu- 
lations! 
We're all 
very proud 
of you. 
Keep 
setting 
goals for 
yourself 
and work 
to reach 
those goals. 
Love, 
Mom, 
Dave& 
Kenny 




Cordell, 
Best 

Wishes for 
a wonder- 
ful life. 
Congratu- 
lations on 
all your 
accom- 
plish- 
ments. 
Love, 
Mom 



Steve Modelski 



Cordell Morris 




Marybeth Noll 



MaryBeth, 
Congratulations to 
my baby. Just 
yesterday you were 
pointing your finger 
at me, today I'm 
pointing my finger at 
you. Saying "That's 
my daughter! She's 
always stood above 
the crowd!" Way to 
go M.B! You've 
always set your goals 
and achieved them. 
You're the light of 
my life, may that 
light continue 
glowing brightly. 
Always and forever, 
I'll be proud. 
Love, Mom 




Megan Novinc 



Dear 
Megan, 
We're very 
proud of you 
and wish 
you all the 
luck and 
happiness in 
the world. 
Remember 
we're 

always here 
for you and 
no parent 
could love a 
child more! 
Dad & Mom 




Todd Oravecz 

You did il Todd! Graduation! What an exciting time! I've 
never been more proud of you than I am at this moment. 
You've become a thoughtful and loving young man. 
Continue to make right choices and the future is yours to 
define. You are loved and cherished. Now and forever. 
All my love. 
Mom 



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Ingrid Orlic 

Dear Ingrid, 

Remember when - you would fall off your bike, but would 
always get right back up. You are a strong, beautiful person 
with a wonderful sense of humor. I know that you will 
succeed in anything and everything you do in life. I wish you 
the best of luck in your bright future. 
Love you always! 
Mom, Dad. Cin 




David Ott 



David, 

Since the first 
moment we laid 
eyes on you and 
held you in our 
arms, we knew 
you would grow 
up to be the 
wonderful son 
and young man 
that you have 
become. You 
have made us so 
very proud of . 
you. Remember, 
nothing is 
impossible. Your 
dreams can 
become reality. 
We love you! 
Mom, Dad. 
Vickie, Dawn, 
Matt, Michael. 
Kelsey and Sean 




From Your Mum 

From boyhood to manhood. 
You couldn't have been dearer 
Or brought me more joy 
A* a mother ['II cherish forever 
My memories of you growing up 
From one year to another... 

From Your Dad 

You have the One ways 

That would make any father 

As proud of a son as can be. 

And. just as important. 

The strong bond between us 

Has always meant so much to me... 

Together as parents. 
We feel very fortunate 
Having a dear son like you. 
We both love you and wish you 
Success in your college career 



Rafael Pacheco II 





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Molly Petras 
Our dear sweet Molly Mouse - we'll love 
you forever. May the African stars always 
run through your hair and may the soft 
winds never stop blowing under your feet! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Claire, Marco, Tigger & 
Kay la too! 



"W.**- 



Amanda Marie Price 



Amanda, 
We are so very, 
very proud of all 
that you have 
done during 
your years at 
Euclid. You 
have grown up 
to be a beautiful 
young lady. We 
wish you 
everything for 
the future. God 
Bless you 
always! Thank 
you for your 
smile and your 
love. Congratu- 
lations! 
Love, 

Mom & Dad & 
Jim 





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Brandon Richardson 



No one 
can 
choose 
your 

mountain 
or tell 
you 

when to 
climb. 
It's yours 
alone to 
chal- 
lenge at 
your own 
pace and 
time. 



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Angela Sabbath 



Dear Angie, 
When you were 
born I looked at 
you and saw an 
'Angel" I look 
at you today and 
I still see one. 
You are the type 
of daughter all 
women dream of 
having and I'm 
so glad you're 
mine. You're 
beautiful, loving 
and intelligent 
and I love you 
very much! 
Love, 
Mom 




Karen Salisbury 
Keep making the world a better place 
because you're you ! 
Love, Mom & Dad 



Dear 
Care 
Bear; 
You have 
a bright 
& 

promis- 
ing future 
ahead 
and we 
finally 
have 
regained 
custody 
of our 
home 
phone. 




Amy Salupo 
Amy - you are "one of a kind". Continue to 
share your enthusiasm, love, and special 
qualities with others and the world will be a 
better place. We're all proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




Em 

Nicholette Sams 



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Congratulations 
to "our little 
girl" who has 
made us very 
proud. Remem- 
ber anything 
can be achieved 
through hard 
work, and 
always trying to 
do your best in 
all you do. You 
have proven it 
can be done. 
But remember 
to also enjoy. 
Love, Mom, 
Dad, and 
Andrea 





Nikole Schiffbauer 
If you can imagine it, 
You can achieve it. 
If you can dream it, 
You can become it. 
I love you, Mom 



Jessica Scott 
Jessica, 

You've always been our unpredictable angel. 

Watching you grow into the beautiful and considerate 

young lady, you grace the world with today, has 

made us so proud. Don't settle for less: your dreams 

are what take you far in life. 

We love you. 

Papa. Mom, Carissa and Maria 



Dear 
Shannon, 
Seems like 
yesterday 
you were 
riding your 
horse & 
creating 
those 
unforget- 
table outfits! 
Today 
you're 
graduating 
and off to 
the 

excitement 

& challenge of college. We wish you much happiness 
& success. Do your best & may your dreams come 
true. Be true to all & believe in yourself ! You will 
always sparkle ! We'll be here for you & remember, 
we love you "HONEY" #1 
Dad. Mom & Tommy 
Grandma's watching 200 





Margaret Shannon Setser 



n . ff Jeffrey Sierputowski 

It seems like only yesterday you were our 
little baby, now you're our big baby. We 
are so proud of you. Good luck in all your 
future adventures. 
Love always, 
Mom, Dad & Katie 





.. D „ Daniel J. T. Smith 

If a smile is worth a thousand words then yours could fill a library. 
You've grown into such a handsome man that we are so proud to 
call our son. The only thing that outshines your compassion and 
sincerity is your wonderful sense of humor and great personality. 
May your pathway in life be even greater than you expected. You 
can do anything you put your mind to. We love you and are 
always there for you. 
Mom. Dad & Kelly 




Shayla, Shayla Smith 

Congratulations! I am so proud of you and all that 
you have accomplished. From the baby that you 
were, to the woman you are becoming, you continue 
to be a shining star. The world is yours. Let nothing 
stand in your way and take Jesus with you every 
where you go. 
Love, Mom 



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Tom Soini 



you can dream. 

Your family will always believe 



Tom, 
You've 
always 
known what 
you want to 
be. Your 
talents have 
been great 
but not as 
great as 
your spirit. 
Keep that 
youthful 
belief in 
yourself and 
go for your 
dreams.... 
As big as 



David, 
You are a 
special son 
who we 
have always 
been proud 
of, with a 
future as 
bright as 
you wish it 
to be. Work 
hard, keep 
the cadence 
and march 
with the 
beat of your 
heart toward 
your goals. You will always be our "Little 
Drummer Boy" and remember - "Yo 
QuieroTaco Bell!" 






Dave Solema 



Abby, Abby Stanic 

"Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar!" 

When you were born you sure could roar. 

And then you began to read at four. 

Education is like an open door. 

Study hard, have fun, smile and you'll zoar. 

Love. 

Your Mom & Dad 



Nick Strell 

Congratulations Nick! 

Always strive to be the very best you can. Reach out 

and follow your dreams. You can be anything you 

want if you work hard at it. We love you and are 

proud of you! Enjoy life to the fullest. Be happy! 

Love, 

Dad. Mom, Dennis and Jamie. 






„ Thomas Sustar 

Tom, 

We are very proud of you. May you 

accomplish all your goals and be happy in 

whatever you do. 

Congratulations and love always, 

Mom and Dad 



Kimberly Tramsak 

Dear Kimberly. 

It is up to you now to determine your future. Your 
journey begins now and the road ahead will be rough. 
But remember to never give up on your hopes & 
dreams and just do the best you can. We love you very 
much and are very proud of you. 
Love always. 
Mom & Dad 



Julie Ann Whitely 

Julie Ann. 

Here you are. the year you have waited for. It's been a long 

hard fight, but you made it. You have a strong will and a great 

desire. Go for it Lu/Joe!! Let your dreams open wide and be 

the best teacher in the world. Remember we're behind you 

100% of the way. Thanks for all those childhood memories. 

Hope there's lots more to follow. 

Love. 

Mom & Dad -0 ' 




F.S. brought students 
from all over Europe 
to EHS this year. 



A.F.S 104 

Abiecunas, Alison 12. 89, 142, 167, 172 

Abiecunas, Eric 155 

Academics 132 

Academics Divider 130 

Acino. Lea 8. 22, 24. 45, 51 . 109 

Acino, Marcello 24 

Activities Divider 86 

Acuban, Deloris 98 

Ad, Student Council 212 

Adams. Ashley 155 

Adams, Blair 73, 155 

Adams, Daemyon 24 

Adams. Erin 167 

Adams II, Richard 80, 108, 167 

Addis, Jane 104, 135, 192 

Ads 21 1 

Agee, Thomas 155 

Ahmetovic, Melissa 19, 24, 49, 52, 100. 192. 193 

Ahmetovic, Samir 167 

Aides. Clinic 107 

Aides, Media 122 

Aides, Office 106 

Aldridge, Monique 15, 96, 129, 167 

Alexander, Joshua 167 

Alexander, Michael 59, 72, 146 

Alexander, Zipporah 155 

Alkema. Daniel 146 

Alkema. Jayson 155 

Alkema, Lisa 24 

Allen, Charmaine 24, 73. 74, 75, 105, 185 

Allen, Pierre 24 

Allen, William 167 

Almond. Martees 155 

Amato. Sue 33, 135 

Ambrose. Michael 110 

American Field Service 104 

Amigoni, Christine 2, 8, 166, 167 

Anderson, Angela 146 

Anderson, Christopher 167 

Anderson, Karin 24, 73, 94, 104 

Anderson, Kennard 146 

Anderson, Laura 24. 125, 192 

Anderson, Laura Ann 193 

Anderson, Michael 24 

Anderson, Nathan 155 

Anderson, Shannon 146 

Anderson, Tiffany 96, 167 

Anekwe, Ngozichukwu 73,98. 146 

Anness, Betsy 33, 135, 145, 192 

Announcers, P. A 122 

Anthony, La Shandra 24, 52 

Antonini, Justin 132. 192 

Appling, Lyndsey 155 

Aquila. Antoinette 94. 112, 137, 167 

Aquilano, Anthony 79 

Aquilano, Brianna 167 

Aquilano, Jenna 73. 146 

Argie, Carmen 146 

Armstrong. Celeste 91. 92, 155 

Arnold, Amanda 110 

Arp, Robin 91, 92. 107, 167, 171 

Arpin, Bryan 167 

Art, Commercial 109 

Asberry, Clarence 167 

Ashdown III. Robert 167 

Attamante, William 135 

Attwood. Dawn 94, 167, 186 

Automotives, Vocational 108 

Ayers, Michelle 132, 192 




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Index 



s ) oy's basketball had 
I another excellent 
season. 

Babuder, Michael 167 

Babyak, Brian 167 

Bachmann, Amanda 99, 155, 187 

Bachmann. Amy 155 

Backly, Sean 186 

Badley, Ramona 24, 124 

Badley Jr., Rodney 146 

Bailey, Christopher 167 

Bailey, Danielle 98, 146 

Bailey, Michael 24 

Bailey, Rashaun 24, 109 

Baisden, Kevin 155 

Baker, Emilie 89, 91, 92, 94 

Ball, Cervantes 146 

Ballard, Tonya 73,98, 146 

Ballinger, Megan . 8. 24, 50. 52, 77, 98, 100. 113. 
115.208 

Balogh, Lauren 121, 155 

Banach. Dave 52 

Banc. Tom 33. 57, 135, 192 

Band, Concert 97 

Band, Jazz 88 

Band, Marching 90 

Bandy, Rafik 108, 167 

Baranauskas, Michael 155 

Baranowski, Alison 61, 146 

Baranowski. Robert 155 

Barbish, Ethel 135 

Barcza, John 135 

Barkari, Malaika 155 

Barker, Brenda 133 

Barker, Jennifer 24, 52, 91, 92, 124 

Barker, Wendy .. 7, 22, 24, 49, 50, 77, 81 , 91 , 92, 
98. 100, 192, 193,207 

Barnauskas. Mike 68, 82, 184 

Barnes, Michael 132, 133, 210 

Barnes, Quantina 155 

Bamett II, Willie 67, 146 

Baron, Greg 125 

Baron, Gregory 24 

Baron, Stephen 167 

Barrett, Aisha 72 

Barrett, Joyce 135 

Barrett, Marvianne 155 

Barrett, Shaquita 155 

Barrett, Steven 132, 133 

Barringer, Brian 167 

Barrow, Torrence 97 

Barrow, Torus 91 

Bartchak, Melissa 6, 9. 24, 98, 104, 186 

Bartel, Richard 3,25,49 

Barzal. Joseph 25 

Basalla, Anthony.. 7, 55. 57, 70, 72, 76, 155, 162 
Basalla, Lisa 25. 32, 49, 102, 104, 113, 115, 125, 
192. 193,210 

Baseball 182 

Basketball 70 

Batts, Wayne 155 

Baugh, Takara 25. 49, 107. 192. 193 

Bauza, Thomas 25. 125 

Baylog, Kelly... 4, 21. 84, 85, 102, 114. 167, 172, 
210 

Bear, Anna 155 

Bear, James 146 

Bear. Sonja 185 

Beard. Kevina 146 

Beasley. Andre 155 

Beasley, Anthony 146 

Beasley., Clifford 96 

Beatty. Tameka 167 

Beaumont, Cori 167 

Bechtel, Carol L 132 

Beck, Lindsay 5, 84, 85, 120, 123, 155 

Beck. Natalie . 6.21,25.49,52,84,85, 192, 193 

Bedford, Jessica 127, 155 

Begovic, Mario 155 

Behm, Mathew 146 



Beidleman, Michael 155 

Belanich, Michael 11 . 25, 55, 57. 58. 66, 67. 192, 
193 

Belavic, Oriana 142, 167, 172 

Bell, Amanda 155 

Bell, Anthony 146 

Bell, Brandon 25, 57, 80 

Bell. Lynn 167 

Bell. Rashad 91, 97, 146 

Bell, Roy 146 

Bell, Shavon 185 

Bell. Tawanda 167 

Bell, Teresa 146 

Benak, Jamie 25. 51. 109 

Bender, Stan 33,113, 134, 135. 192 

Bennett. Sherita 129, 155 

Benovic, John 155 

Berkheimer, Kristy 91, 93 

Berry, Christian 146 

Berry, Tymeika 146 

Beuoy, Joan 133, 135, 210 

Bibbs, Verea 73. 74, 75, 155 

Biehl. Abigael 77, 91, 97, 128, 167 

Biehl. Brandon 146 

Biehl. Christopher .... 25, 46, 49, 52, 76, 192, 193 

Bilavcic, Dalibor 155 

Billig, Justin 167 

Bitner, Monica 185 

Bittasso, Anthony... 110 

Bivins, Kelli 167 

Black, Allen 122, 135 

Black, Jonathan 25 

Black, Matthew 167 

Black, Moreo 105, 146 

Black. Patrick 155 

Blackman, Andrea 155 

Blakeney, Cuera 146 

Blask, James 146 

Blatnik, Kathleen 8. 21, 25. 49, 50, 77 

Blaze, Johnny 25 

Blazetic, Katherine 94, 125, 167 

Bledsoe, Ronnell 167 

Blevins, Rachel 25, 102 

Boehlke, Jennifer 146 

Bogarty, Lloyd 146 

Bojc, Phillip 62, 63, 71, 72, 155. 182 

Bolden, Latasha 146 

Bolden, LeCretia 94 

Bonner, Aaron 155 

Bonton, Maurice 146 

Boone, Elizabeth 155 

Booth, Johnny 25 

Boothe, Michael 25, 109 

Borchert, Bekka 185 

Borcziak, Brian 107, 155. 183 

Borden. Tiffani 25, 192, 193 

Boribong, Laura 167 

Bowles, Jason 146 

Bowmaster, Holly 25 

Bowser, Victoria 61, 83, 94, 98, 155 

Boyce, Lauren 94, 146 

Boyd, Janitta 91, 97, 146 

Boyd, Jennifer 155 

Boyd. Laura 33 

Boyd. Shaquita 155 

Boyd, Timothy 146 

Boykin, Darnell 155 

Brackengen, Jim 79 

Bradley, Alyssa 146 

Bradley. Ciarra 155 

Bradley. Latoya 155, 163 

Brady. Melissa 25. 49, 53, 57, 138, 192, 194 

Brazis. Dawn 106,167 

Brazytis. Michael 155 

Breeding, Melissa 83, 155. 185 

Brewer, Cheryl 98. 124, 167, 186 

Brewster, Donald 121, 167 

Brichacek, Debbi 146 

Bnchacek, Heidi 167 

Brichacek. Wendi 26, 121 

Bnnkley, Nicole 146 

Brinovec, Alexandrea 20. 26, 44. 46. 49. 52, 113, 

115. 190, 192, 194 

Britt, Barry 146 



Britt. Gibran 26 

Broughton Jr., Ronald 26 

Brown, Amani 99, 156 

Brown, Brittney 146 

Brown, Edward 156 

Brown, Hassan 9, 12, 13, 26, 56, 57 

Brown, Me Shawn 167 

Brown, Michael 26 

Brown, Rayshun 80 

Brown II, Stephen 156 

Browski. Christina 26, 50, 101 

Brunner, Jennifer 167 

Brys, Jason 146 

Bucar. Brandon 20,26, 118, 192.194 

Bucewicz, Alexandra 156 

Buchanan, Stephanie 106, 156 

Buford, Alexis 167 

Burdette. Melissa 167 

Burke, John 167 

Burke, Sarah 167 

Burns, Jessica 26, 49, 52 

Burr, Alisha 94, 129, 156 

Burrell, Christina 81. 96, 105, 167, 182, 183, 185 

Burt, Tammica 146 

Burya, Amy 14, 88, 91. 104, 168 

Bush, Alan and Joan 192 

Bush, Damion 72. 146 

Bush, Joan 83 

Butera, Robert 26, 46, 72, 87, 113 

Butler, Bobby 63, 156 

Butler, Michael 183 

Butler. Priscilla 156 

Bytro, Matthew 156 

/ rvJ andy was outlawed in 

I H 

l.^j« the hallways. 

C.B.E 109 

Cadovec, Regina 26 

Cahill, Jeff 162 

Cahill, Steven 156, 183 




Maria Williams 

Never be content with someone 
else's definition of you. Instead, 
define yourself by your own beliefs, 
your own truths, your own 
understanding of who you are and 
how you came to be. And never be 
content until you are happy with the 
unique person you are. Always! 
Know that I will be with you every 
step of the way. Reach for the stars. 
Love, 
Ma 



Calabrese, Kevin 166, 182 

Calabrese, Mark 146 

Caldwell, Tierra 73, 146 

Calhoun, Eugene 156 

Callaway, Veronica 26, 51, 109 

Calloway, Shanise 156 

Camarra, Terik 108 

Canady, Ivy 156 

Candela, Carta 91,92, 156 

Cander, Robert 146 

Candow, Amanda 94, 156. 185 

Candow, Nicole 26, 94, 105, 168 

Candow, Stacy 156 

Cangemi, Thomas 26 

Capella, Jennifer 91 

Capella. Wendy 57, 135 

Capretta, Timothy 183 

Cardille, Dawn 146 

Cardille, Michael 168 

Cargill, Chelsea 156 

Carlson, Christopher 63, 168 

Carmichael, Katy 2, 18, 26, 46, 49, 52. 104, 113, 
192,194 

Carney, Tim 52 

Carotenuto, Matthew 146 

Carpenter, Aaron 122, 168, 214 

Carpenter, Patricia 185 

Carr, Ashleigh 156 

Carr, Deanna 156 

Carse, Kevin 10, 26, 49, 52, 57. 66, 67, 100, 102, 
182 

Carson, Lonnie 26 

Carstarphen, Cedrick 26 

Carter, Courtney 105, 129, 156 

Carter, Kenyatta 71, 72, 156 

Cash, Christina 156 

Castrovince, Anthony 26, 100, 113, 214 

Catania, Chandra 146 

Cavin, Marqu'rta 94, 146 

Cek, Nichole 156 

Cerjan, James 146 

Cerne, David 27, 101. 125, 182 

Cerne, Scott 146 

Champa, Heather 83, 116, 134, 156 

Champa, Jamey 146 

Chapman, Charles 117, 146 

Chapman, Jessica 168 

Chatman, Shaun 13, 156 

Cheerleaders, J.V. Football 84 

Cheerleaders, Varsity Football 84 

Cheme, Leah .. 18, 27, 46, 49, 52, 84, 85, 95, 9B, 
99. 104, 105, 106, 107, 184, 185, 192, 194, 210 

Chillious, Chystal 156 

Choral Masters 94 

Chorale, Varsity 95 

Choraliers 94 

Chrestoff, Devin 57, 156 

Christopher, Angela 3, 135 

Christopher, David 147 

Christopher, Michael 27, 108 

Chrosniak, Teresia 147 

Chrzanowski, Joseph 147 




Oral Williams 

Oral, 

No parent could ever be prouder. I 

give you this, "Do not pray for an 

easy life, pray to be a strong 

person." May God protect you and 

keep you spiritually strong. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, and Naomi. 



Chrzanowski, Peter 147 

Chuppa, Linda 147 

Church, Nichelle 27, 51, 52, 109 

Cicco, Dawn 91, 94, 97, 156, 187 

Ciora, Jonathan 156 

Cipo, Joseph 147 

Cipo, Steven 27 

Cipriano, Angela 98, 156, 187 

Cirino, Robert 108 

Civic, Katie 84 

Clapacs. John 132 

Clark. Ausline 98. 145, 147 

Clark, James 57, 156 

Clark, Kristin 87,95, 112, 118, 123, 127, 168 

Clarke, Patrick 27 

Clay, Michael 156 

Clay, Shawntee 168 

Cleary, Ruth 192. 194,214 

demons, Toniya 94 

Clinkscales, Maria 33, 135 

Closing 210 

Cloud, Fielding 13,57, 168 

Clough, Erin 109 

Club, Cultural 112 

Club, Key 128 

Club, Poetry 129 

Club. Ski 101 

Cocherell, Brian 27, 88, 90, 91, 93, 97. 100, 192, 
194 

Cochran. Reggie 104 

Cochran, Reginald 105, 168, 184 

Cody, Shana 147 

Coe, Ayesha 27 

Cogley, Gabriel 27, 116 

Colantonio, Nicholas 27, 109 

Colbert, Charmayne 156 

Coleman, Heather 129, 147 

Coleman Jr., Anthony 27, 147 

Colini, Janelle 27, 50, 77, 102, 125 

Collier, Chandra 27 

Collins, Katie. 22, 27, 91, 94, 100, 104, 117, 192, 
194 

Collins, Kelly 55,94,98,105, 156, 187 

Collins, Michael 147 

Collins. Sierra 156 

Collins. Stacy 156 

Colon, Jose 114, 156 

Colvin, Maryann 4.21,84, 85, 156 

Comer, Jamie 27 

Commencement 191 

Commercial Art 109 

Concert Band 97 

Conell. Corey 82, 83, 147 

Connelly. Carolyn 104,168 

Conner, Shayla 27 

Cook, Cynthia 27 

Cook, Joan 129 

Cook, Joanne 156 

Cook, Johanna 156 

Cook Jr.. Warner 72 

Cooks. Joi 27, 52 

Cooper, Joylynne 147 

Cooper, Terranice 147 

Cooperative Business Education 109 

Copic, Elizabeth 20,27,91,92, 116 

Corpening, Monica 28 

Corps, Flag 92, 93 

Cortes, Lillian 156 

Cosiano, Nina 168 

Costella, Nicole 147 

Cothron, James 28,57 

Council, Student 98 

Country, Cross 68 

Cousett, Aleeka 156 

Cox, Benjamin 156 

Cozart, Steven 101, 168 

Crane III, Wesley 28, 76 

Creary, Dwayne 156 

Creer, Tyra 94, 147 

Cremeans, Christopher 168 

Crissman, Alton 147 

Crocane, Eric ...._ 72 

Croone-Cain, Aric 147 

Crosby, Christal 105, 147 

Crumble, Azzizat 168 

Crux 112 

Cultural Club 1 12 

Cummings, Jamaal 72, 156 

Cummings, Jamel 57 

Cunningham. Ada 1 8, 28, 52, 89, 91 , 97 

Cunningham, Kari 88, 91, 97, 105, 147 

Cunningham Jr., Paul 57. 80, 156 

Curie, Alma 28 

Curtis. Elizabeth 28, 124 

Cvetkovic, Frank 168 



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on't forget to wear 
your I.D. 



D'Amico Jr., David 28, 66, 67 

D Apice, Jamie 28 



D Biase. Nick 29 

D.C.T 125 

Daly. Kelly 28 

Dana, Falcon 156 

Daniels. Jervase 28, 52 

Daugherty, Harold 70, 72, 135, 192 

Daugheriy. Shannon 147 

Davies. Jen 45, 101 

Davies, Jennifer 84, 94, 97, 123, 125, 168 

Davis, Ariana 168 

Davis, Cara 168 

Davis, Derrell 168 

Davis, Jennifer 88, 94. 123 

Davis, John 57, 72, 156 

Davis, Karen 135 

Davis, Keyasha 73, 74, 75, 157 

Davis, Lasharon 147 

Davis. Lowell B 132 

Davis, Lynn 133 

Davis. Maurice 147 

Davis, Michael 157 

Davis. Natasha 157 

Davis. Sarina 168 

Davis, Tyanna 185 

Dawkins, Cherise 28 

Dawson, Latoya 157 

Dawson Jr., Stephen 28. 57, 66, 67 

Day, Timothy 28,88.91.97.192.194 

De Loach, Gabriel 157 

De Loach, Michelle 28 

De Luca, Franklin 28, 49, 88, 192. 195 

De Luca, Tina 147 

De Ramus, Krishauna 28. 52 

De Ramus, Krishaunda 49 

De Wine, Carol 132 

De Wine, Jean 77,91,95,97, 104. 127, 168 

Deal, Allison 147 

Deal, Sarah 28, 49, 52 

Dean, Carlette 147 

Dearth, Michael 168 

Deas, Derek 168 

Deiseroth, Sandra 32 

Dell, Kelly 135 

Delladonna, Erin 147 

Dennis, Michael 28 

Dennis-Rogers, Susan 33, 135 

Dent, Zernearia 28, 109 

Deramus, Chrisandra 185 

Deramus, Jerry 147 

Derganc, Dennis 157 

Deveney. Gheorghe 147 

DevorJr., Richard 57, 157 

Di Biase, Nicholas 49, 192, 195 

Di Blasio, Jerry 147 

Di Lalla, Charlie 188 

Di Lalla, Pat 188 

Dickinson, De Mario 147 

Dickinson, Sharonda 98, 168 

Dickson, Shalonda 147 

Dindia, Molly 29, 104 

Director, Athletic 133 

Disbrow, Dennis 29, 52, 68, 79, 192, 195 

Dissauer, Larry 52 

Divider, Academics 130 

Divider, Activities 86 

Divider, Memories 180 

Divider, Senior 18 

Divider, Sports 54 

Divider, Student Life 6 

Divider, Underclass 142 

Dixon, David 157 

Dixon. Dennard 157 

Dixon, Kim 33, 135, 192 

Dixon, Rachel 94, 168 

Dobucki, Katherine 21,29,49, 100, 134 

Dodd, Adam 147 

Domin, Jordan 168 

Dominique, Kristyol 73. 168 

Donner, Kristen 104 

Dore, Katherine 157 

Dore, Nathaniel 4, 94, 95, 98, 104, 105, 116, 118, 
123, 128, 134, 166, 168 

Domes, Nichole 157 

Dorsey. Justin 147 

Dorsey, Tanya 94, 157 

Dorsey Jr., Richard 157 

Dostal, Christopher 29, 118 

Dostal, Jessica 147 

Dotson, Rich 22 

Douglas, Holly 29. 49, 52 

Douglas, Quinta 29 

Dowell, Rita 29, 51, 109, 192, 195 

Dowell, Tanish Mc 159 

Drake, Dominique 89, 98, 147 

Drake, Tamika .... 73, 89, 98, 105, 142. 168. 172, 
186 

Drake Sr., Howards 132 

Drill Team 129 

Dubroy, Terry 135. 152 

Duckworth, Autumn 29. 94. 96 

Duckworth. Crystal 94. 147 

Duer, Emily 79. 168 



Duheric, Almir 29. 108 

Duke, Jason 1 10 

Dukes, Diana 29, 109 

Duncan, Shaneika 29 

Dunford, Joe 46 

Dunklin, Juquita 147 

Dunlap, Jen 147 

Durbin. Mike 135 

Durst. Fred 147 

Dworning, Fredrick 134. 168 

Dwyer, Bill 133, 192 

Dybzinski, Adam 108. 168 

Dycks, Daniel 80, 105, 147 

Dycks, Michael 72, 147 

Dzerowicz, Alex 135 

uclid Student Council 
IteS sold heart suckers for 
|HM> Valentine's Day. 

Eanes, Adonte 168 

Earich, Jonathan 109 

Earick, Jonathan 168 

Earles, Jullian 189 

Early, Raymel 59. 67, 147 

Easley. Jennifer 81, 147 

Eastburn, Brian 147 

Easter. Aaron 72, 147 

Easter, Janelle 29 

Ealmon, Raquel 107 

Echols, Reggie 33, 135 

Edmonds. Andy 188 

Edmonds, David .... 29, 49. 52, 57, 102. 192. 195 

Edmonds. Leah 29, 51, 52, 109, 192, 195 

Edmonds, Stephen 147 

Education, Marketing 124 

Edwards, Venisha 168 

Edwardsen, Joel 29,51. 108 

Egleton, Monique 29, 49, 192. 195 

Egleton, Zarita 147 

Eiding, Rachel 22,91,92, 168 

Ekuibe, C Delores 157 

Ekuibe, Cyril 147 

El, AI'Qaadir 147 

Elie, Dion 105, 157, 184 

Elliott Jr., Cecil 168 

Ellis, Gina 129, 147 

Ellison, Stacia 73, 105, 157 

Elmendorp, Catharina 147 

Elmore, Yvette 135 

Elston, Charlotte 135. 210 

Ely, Dione 80 

Emser. Jennifer .... 29, 45, 49, 52, 88. 89, 91, 97, 
101, 114, 123,125. 127, 192, 195 

Enforcement, Law 110 

Englebrecht, Geoffrey 88, 91, 97, 168 

Eslick. Nicole 29,49.52,81. 185 

Estes. Kenneth 168 

Estes. Kevin 67, 147 

Eubank. Delores 185 

Eubanks. Marcus 157 

Euclidian 120 

Eucuyo 1 1 1 

Evans, Brian 168 

Evans, Jeffrey 18, 20. 30, 46. 49, 52. 62, 63, 91, 
101, 104. 182.207 

Evans. Petrice 30, 73. 74 

Ewing. Christina 85.91,92, 154. 157, 187 

Ewing, Tammy 91 

Sw^ ifteeth anniversary of 
S Euclid High School. 

F.T.A 105 

Fairman, Andrew 72. 147 

Fall Play 118 

Farkas. Ryan 30. 45. 49, 88. 89. 91. 97. 192, 195 

Farley, Cara 168 

Farrell, Edward 168 

Farrell, Katy 101, 147 

Feijoo, Sonia 147 

Feldkamp, Thomas 30,49.52, 192, 196 

Felker, Dawn 81 

Fell, John P 132 

Ferencz. Michael 148 

Fertito, Ken 95. 135, 192 

Fetheroff. Mark 148 

Fetheroff Jr., Michael 157 

Ficere. Amie 30 

Ficere. Jessica 157 

Fine, Bethany 91, 92. 94, 105, 168 

Fine. Joshua 148 

Fine, Michelle 5, 84. 85, 94 

Finegan. Patrick 52, 101, 109 

Fink, Jennifer 94, 148 



Index 





N.J.R.O.T.C. members practicing 
after school. 

Fink, Michael 168 

Finlayson, Brad 135 

Finley. Bridget 157 

Fischer, Jennifer 94, 157 

Fish, Kim 135 

Fisher, Matthew 148 

Fisher, Tony 184 

Fitzgerald, Ciaran 157 

Fitzpatrick. Dan 182 

Flag Corps 92 

Flament, Gale 33, 135 

Flonnoy, Kenneth 168 

Florkiewicz, T. J 57, 182 

Floyd, Aisha 129, 157 

Floyd, Sheereeda 129, 168 

Flynt, Erin 185 

Flynt, Matthew 20, 63, 124, 169, 171 

Focarelli, Lisa 30, 124 

Fofanah, Marcia 148 

Fonovic, Danny 120, 169, 210 

Football 56 

Foote, Marilyn ... 12, 44. 102, 130, 132, 133, 192, 
210,215 

Forgus, Angela 3 

Forgus, David 148 

Fortson, Dwayne 157 

Fortunate Michael 63, 169 

Fountain, Senwai 169 

Fowler, Jane 135 

Fox, Audree 133 

Freddo, Rachel 94, 143, 157 

Frederick, Kristal 148 

Freeman, Aaron 148 

Freeman, Erik 169 

Freeman, Michael 30 

Freshman 144 

Frizzell, Harun 148 

Froelich, Megan 148 

Fuduric, John 182 

Fuller, Melanie 30, 49, 100, 192, 196 

Fulton, David 30 

Fumich, Amber 76, 77, 91, 97, 148 

Futkos, Lisa 169 



et Fit program began 
after school. 



Gabriel. Octavia 81, 94, 157 

Gady, Erin 185 

Gage, James 109, 169 

Gaglione, Gina 61, 116, 134, 169. 186 

Gaglione, Maria 148 

Galati. Mathew 157 

Gallager, Janice 132 

Gallon, Vincent 169 

Gamero, Christina 94, 129, 157 

Gant, Latianna 157 

Gardner, Jason 121 

Gargiulo, Matthew 148 

Garlauskas, Carolyn 136 

Gates, Barbara 136 

Gates, Christopher 78, 79, 148 

Gates Jr., Michael 30 

Gaughan, Ricci 30, 124 

Gavin, Ross 59, 80, 148 

Gecewich, Richard 169 

Gecewich, Robert 59, 80, 148 

Gelo, Ivan 124, 169 




204 



Index 



their marching in the parking lot 

Gelo, Yvonne 76 

George, Darryl 157 

George, Shawn 169 

Germ, James 148 

Get Fit Club 107 

Giancola, Daniel 91, 97. 157 

Giancola, Jason 91, 97, 148 

Gibbons, Betsy 191 

Gibbons, John 76, 136 

Gibbons, Thomas 57, 80, 136, 184 

Gillessen, Matt 55 

Gillessen, Matthew 30, 57 

Gipson, Cherran 169 

Glatz, Shannon 30 

Glavan, Richard 30, 56, 57, 182. 192, 196 

Glenn, Kandasha 169 

Glenn, Tonisha 148 

Glick, Jay 169 

Glicken, Brian 82 

Glicken, Robert 169 

Glicken, Shaun 30 

Glicker, Laura 14, 30 

Glowacki, Paul 52 

Goard, Rita 157 

Godec, Becky 186 

Goemdt, Tim 182 

Goff, Robert 169 

Goldizen, Nicholas 157 

Golf 62 

Gonzales, Melodie 148 

Gonzalez, Michael 169 

Gooden, Carita 148 

Gooden, Deaonma 30 

Gooding, Bill 133 

Goodwin, Antoine 105, 169 

Gorse, John 148 

Gorse, Matthew 169 

Gorier, Angela 157, 187 

Gorier, Elizabeth -.. 157 

Goulde, Dorian 9, 13, 30, 49, 52, 56, 57, 80. 184 

Grabianowski, Kevin 148 

Grad, Christopher 157 

Grady, Jon 157 

Granito, Joseph 7, 57, 58, 72, 169, 184 

Grant. Charles 148 

Grant, Erica 169 

Graves, Brandon 108, 169 

Graves, Robert 105 

Graves, Teddie 30 

Graves, Tennille 31 

Gravitte, Kenneth 31, 125, 182 

Gray, Bili 136 

Gray, Wakita 148 

Gray, William 99 

Gray III. Edward 31 , 49 

Grays, Robert 169 

Green, Brooks 148 

Green, Christian 31,49,52.96 

Green, Falynn 148 

Greene, Budd 31 

Greene, Keldur 121, 136 

Greer, Natalie 83, 148 

Greskowiak, Dana 157 

Grewatsch, Michael 66, 67, 148 

Grgincic, Anita 148 

Grgincic, Dennis 67, 148 

Grgincic, Donna 157 

Grgincic, Josip 169 

Grice, Brian 31, 192. 196 

Grida, Anthony 148 

Griffin, Amey 91, 97, 169 

Griffin, Jason 72,148 

Griggs Jr., Cedric 157 

Grimes, Teddy 57 

Grinstead, Jim 182 



Grisez, Kevin 31,49, 182, 192, 196 

Grisez, Pat 182 

Grosel, Laura 84 

Groudle, Adriane 31,49,52 

Groudle, Alan 148 

Groves II, Douglas 148 

Grubach, Mary 157 

Grubach, Michael 59, 102, 169 

Grundman, Laurel. 18,31,49,52, 114, 115, 192, 
196 

Gruscow. Bea 33 

Guarino, Debbie 136 

Gudaitis, Elizabeth 89, 148 

Gudaitis, Jonathan 31, 49, 68,97, 124 

Guilamo, Tzeitel 94, 157 

Guilfu Diaz, Yahaira 31 

Gundic, Allison 157 

Gutbrod, Patrick 31, 49 

Guzzi, Joe 110 

Gydosh, James 157 

Gymnastics 81 

~| f~| igh School provided 
™ canned goods for victims 
of Hurricane George. 

Habat. Daniel 91, 97, 148 

Haddon, Zarina 31 , 49, 52 

Hagenbaugh, Christina 61, 73,89, 98, 148 

Hairston, Clifton 72, 157 

Hale, Jacqueline 31 

Hall, Brendan 157 

Hall, Khabeah 31 

Hall, Maria 31 

Hall. Shiaya 157 

Hall, Tanisha 158 

Hall, Tenisha 15, 158 

Hall. Tiffany 105 

Halloween 116 

Halstead, Benjamin 31, 108 

Halstead, Martin 148 

Halstead, Warren. 158 

Hamelin, Brandon 148 

Hamelin, La'Wanda 169 

Hamelin, Lamonte 158 

Hance, David 49, 52 

Hance, Jeffrey 148 

Hancock, Gerrod 148 

Handford, David 148 

Handford, Jessica 148 

Handford, Michelle 169 

Haneline, Timothy 108, 169 

Hanson, Karen11, 20, 31, 45, 50, 53, 60, 61, 111, 

113, 126, 180, 186, 192, 196 

Hanson, Kelly .... 91,97. 111, 113, 125, 158, 163 

Hanson, Kenny 61 

Harasym, Margaret 89,97, 148 

Harasym, Meggie 125 

Hardy, Dante' 169 

Harmon, Shaquita 148 

Harold, David 128 

Harrell, Christopher 55, 56, 57, 71, 72, 158, 163, 
182 

Harrington, Ebonie 31,49 

Harris. Cynthia 136 

Harris, Flint 57, 158 

Harris, Janee 148 

Harris, Mandy 84,94 

Harris, Miranda 148 

Harris, Square 169 

Harris, Sue 133 

Harris, Theondus 72, 148 

Harris, Tierra 73, 148 

Harris III, Morgan 158 

Harris Jr., Ronald 169 

Harrison, Meg 91 

Harrison, Nikisha 148 

Harrison, Terence 158 

Harrold, David 148 

Hart, Deloris 148 

Hartley, Thomas 34, 49, 52 

Hartman, Angela 148 

Hartmann, Jeff 33, 136 

Hartson, Michael 34 

Harville, Amin 11,34,55,56,57,80, 184 

Hatfield, Sharon 169 

Hathaway, David 136, 192 

Hausen, Sandy , 148 

Hawkins, Enisha 34,49 

Hawkins, Kerry , 158 

Haws, Debbie 73 

Hayduke, Gayle 94 

Hayes, Jacqueline 169 

Haynes, Deaidre 158 

Head III, Robert 149 

Headd II. Gerald 34, 182 

Heath, Andrew 158 

Heaton, Michaelynn 89,91,97, 158 

Heftner, Christopher 169 

Hefler IV, Joseph 169 

Hein, Timothy 169, 182 

Heising, Daniel 57, 158, 170 



Heising, Michelle 21. 34, 84, B5, 125 

Helcberger, Arek 70, 72, 109, 169 

Hemmert, Nicole 149 

Hemmi, Kris 110 

Henderson, Brandon 34, 72, 105 

Henderson, Brian 158 

Henderson, Chad 91,97, 169 

Henderson. Jennifer 73. 149 

Henderson, Myron 57 

Henderson, Quinton 149 

Henderson II, Joey 149 

Henderson III, Arthur 115, 149 

Hendrickson, Jessica.. 34, 95, 98, 118, 119, 123, 
126 

Henning-Pirro, Jordan 149 

Heramb, Rob 33, 136, 188, 192 

Heramb, Ryan 188 

Hernandez, Matthew 158 

Herndon. Givonne 158 

Herod, Isaiah 158, 163 

Herzberg, Erin 105, 125, 169, 172 

Hess, Lindsay 104, 105, 169, 172 

Hess, Michelle 96 

Heuer, Carolyn 136, 192 

Heuer, Tom 182, 183 

Hibbitt, William 149 

Hicks, Jaonza 81, 103, 169, 185 

Hicks, Leslie 34, 192, 196 

Hicks, Tracey 34 

Higginbothan, Daniel 158 

Higham, Bill 67 

Hight, Julia 169 

Hilbish, Jeremy 110 

Hill, Leslie 34,49, 124 

Hill, Melvin 72, 169, 184 

Hill, Nekima 61, 98, 105. 169 

Hill, Rayette 149 

Hill, William 149 

Hill Jr., Ronald 80, 105. 149 

Hirata, Wakita 186 

Hiscott, Matthew 89, 90, 91, 97, 108, 169 

Hiscott, Sarah 88. 91, 97. 149 

Hmada, Imane 149 

Hobson, Dwayne 149 

Hockey 78 

Hodder, Joanne 136,210 

Hoinski, Jonathon 34, 95, 100, 112, 118, 123 

Holland, Brian 149 

Hollingsworth, Dale 77, 136 

Holloway, William 149 

Holmes, Jarrod 108,169 

Holmes, La Maria 34,49, 105 

Holmes, Lamaria 52 

Holmes, Lemuel 158 

Holt, Randishia 158 

Holt, Shayla 81, 105, 173, 185 

Holtz, Edward 67, 173 

Holtz, Stephanie 91, 97, 149 

Homecoming 12 

Homovec, Dick 77, 78, 79, 125, 136 

Hongosh, Christopher 89, 91, 97, 98, 149 




Victoria Yarish 

Victoria, 

Love God, love yourself and love 
others. Remember, if you want to 
succeed at anything, if you want 
to master anything, fall in love 
with it, for you will give yourself 
to what you love. I am so proud 
of you. my 'Sweetie'. 
Love, Mom 



Hongosh, Melanie 149 

Horton, Steven 34 

Hottenroth, Dustie 158 

Hottenroth, Tyson 34 

Howard, Aisha 73, 118, 119 

Howard, Ayisha 158 

Howard, Leon 173 

Howard. Russell 118, 119, 124, 173 

Howard, Shermel 34, 49. 52, 114, 124 

Howell, Denver 158 

Howell, Lisa 136, 144 

Howell, Terry 57, 158 

Howse, Beverly 136 

Hristova, Maria 34 

Hubbard, Martez 67 

Hudson, Kevin 158 

Hudson, Perdesha 149 

Hudson, Robert 72, 149 

Hudson, Scott 136, 192 

Huenfeld, Jessica 173 

Huey. Lanetta 34, 96 

Huffman, Jennifer 73, 158, 185 

Hughes, Michael 67, 149 

Hughes, Stephanie 77, 95, 98, 120, 123, 173 

Humar, April 173 

Hunter, Angelita 158 

Hunter, Crisandra 158 

Hunter, Danielle 158 

Hunter, Jason 173 

Hunter, Maria 149 

Hunter, Nicholas 149 

Hurst, Lisa 158 

Hurst, Rebecca 134 

Hutcherson II, Jonathan 72, 158 

Hutton, Emily 158 

Bee cream machine was 
the newest feature in the 
■ cafeteria. 

lafelice, Kristin 72. 158, 187 

Indiano, Angela 77, 104, 173 

Indoor Track 80 

Ingalls, Marge 114 

losue, Diane 136 

Irvin, Geoffrey 158 

Isaacs, Larry 33, 99, 136, 192 

It's Academic 111, 189 

Ivancic, Shannon 8, 20, 34, 50, 53, 98, 100, 113, 

117, 185, 192, 196 

Ivey, Mercedes 14, 15, 98, 158 



uniors looked forward 
to their senior year. 



X 



Jackson, Anton 67, 158 

Jackson, Armand 173 

Jackson, Bethany 35, 50, 124 




Jaime Zupancic 

My tiny little girl: Growing you were so 

precious and sweet. 

My beautiful young woman: As you go 

into the world with all that you are and 

know. You will see rainbows wherever you 

go. 

I'll be here tor you wherever I am. 

Whenever you need me. 

I love you always. 

Mom 



Jackson, Brian 35 

Jackson, Latashia 149 

Jackson. Maurice 35 

Jackson. Monica 158 

Jackson. Patricia a 149 

Jackson. Samone 92 

Jaggers. Alvenia 35 

Jalovec, Jodi 8, 22. 45, 124, 170, 173 

Jamerson, Crystal 35, 50, 96, 98 

James, Erika 35, 50, 52, 124 

Jawhari, Janet 149 

Jazz Band 88 

Jeffry, Edwin 158 

Jelenic. Jean 33, 124, 136 

Jenkins, Rebeccah 4. 12, 143, 172, 173 

Jenkins, Teonna 158 

Jenkins, Tuniesha 94,96, 149 

Jenkins, Warren 72, 149 

Jeric, Kerry 173 

Jesic, Mario 173 

Jeter, Larry 158 

Jobs 114 

Jochum, Nathan 149 

Johnson, Damion 35 

Johnson, Damon 121 

Johnson, Danielle 149 

Johnson, Darrius 59, 149 

Johnson, Desmond 96, 158 

Johnson, Ericka 173 

Johnson, Gabrielle 185 

Johnson, Gregory 35 

Johnson, Jessica 149 

Johnson, Kathleen 136 

Johnson, Latasha 91. 149 

Johnson, Latoya 149 

Johnson, Matrika 185 

Johnson, Pauline 106, 136 

Johnson, Ricardo 59, 149 

Johnson, Scott 35 

Johnson. Terren 158 

Johnson, Tyrone 149 

Johnson, Weston 149 

Johnston, Felecia 149 

Jolly, Reco 173 

Jones, Althea 69, 166, 173, 185 

Jones, Antonese 149 

Jones. Christian 173 

Jones, Craig 59 

Jones, Ebony 173 

Jones, Jerrod 62, 67, 149 

Jones, Kristopher 149 

Jones, Lawrence 35, 108 

Jones, Malia 35 

Jones, Marquita 158 

Jones, Maurice 149 

Jones, Nichole 149 

Jones, Rashad 149 

Jones, Redon 4, 173 

Jones, Shikira 173 

Jones, Stacy 173 

Jones, Stephanie 158 

Jones, T 80 

Jones, Tamea 35,52, 109, 114, 192, 197 

Jones, Tino 54, 57, 72, 184 

Jordan. Chanell 173 

Jordan, Sharonda 173 

Joyce. Shawn 83.89,91.97, 137,171,173 

Juniors 166 

' eep your locker locked. 



K.O.T.B 123 

Kaba, Maima 127 

Kamara, Tarik 173 

Kane, Amanda 77, 91, 97, 104, 127, 173 

Kane, Brian 173 

Kane, Sean 173 

Kane, Spencer 133, 192 

Kapeluch, Jennifer 5. 84,85, 92, 94, 158 

Karpy, Ted 49 

Karpy, Theodore 173 

Karpy Jr., Thomas 149 

Karsokas, Matthew 158 

Kascak, Holly 158, 162, 187 

Kascak, Kristen 186 

Katona, Joyce 136 

Kaucic. Jamie 35 

Kazen, Bill 67, 136 

Kehn, Dennis 136 

Keil, Gerald 110 

Keith, Jamal 159 

Keller, Margaret 173 

Keller. Sarah 185 

Kelley. Jim 33, 136, 192 

Kelly, Gabrielle 87, 104, 112, 173 

Kelly, Luvenia 149 

Kelly, Megan 85, 149 

Kelly, Nicholas 159 

Kendall, Kendi 149 

Kendzierski, David 149 




Mr. Nick Selvaggio discusses the some important points about law enforce- 
ment with his students. 



Kenner. Ashley 97, 159 

Kenny. Sarah 35, 124 

Kenny Jr., Martin 173 

Ketchum. Kathryn 91, 97, 149 

Key Club 128 

Kharin, llya 99, 105. 159 

Kilkenney, Casey 59. 149 

Kilkenney, David ... 10. 13, 45. 82, 88, 89. 90. 91, 
97, 173 

Kilroy, John Paul 67, 108, 173 

King. David 76,82.87.95, 111, 183 

King. Manvielle 159 

King, Susan .. 9, 35, 46, 50, 53, 77, 98, 100, 113, 
184, 185, 192, 197,207 

Kinsella, Stacy 73, 159 

Kirodochi, Mike 76 

Kitchen. Brad 149 

Kitchen, Deanna 173 

Kitchen, Lynette 149 

Kizer, Ebony 173 

Kizer, Brandon 149 

Klco, Aaron 173 

Klein, Ellen 86, 51. 121, 123. 131, 136 

Knauss, Kirsten .. 7. 61, 82, 83. 89, 95, 143, 171. 
173. 185 

Knauss, Marsha 136, 192 

Knight, Nyesha 173 

Knight IV, Jesse 173 

Knistautas, Michelle.. 8, 22, 35, 50, 52, 101. 192, 
197 

Knowles, Jacqueline 159 

Knuth, Robert 132 

Kochevar. Anita 35, 173 

Koenig, Ingrid 33, 87. 1 12. 136 

Koerber. Jamie 52 

Koerber. Samantha 35. 50, 192, 198 

Koeth, John 76, 149 

Kokich, Judd 59 

Kolar, Katie ... 5, 7, 8, 13, 35, 45, 50, 77, 98, 138, 
171,192, 197 

Kolenc, James 68, 82. 150 

Kolenc. Nicole 125, 173 

Kollar, Lisa 94 

Koller. Jennifer 95. 173 

Koller, Lisa 84,85, 150 

Kontra, Nadine 173 

Kontra, Terry 182 

Kope, Jennifer 85, 150 

Koratich, Brandy 150 

Korosec, Crystal 47 

Kovacevicfi, Chrissy 186 

Krause, Samantha 159 

Krimmel, Jill 139 

Kristo, Darijo 150 

Krivacic, Janette 150 

Krivacic, Melissa 159 

Krizan, Ante 150 

Kroll, Bryan 150 

Krutsch, Matthew .... 36.46,79.87,98, 111, 181. 
189 

Krutsch. Michael 79, 150 

Kuhen. Laurel 94, 173 

Kuklica, Jenna 36,95, 118. 192, 197 

Kumel, Allyson 106, 124, 166, 173 

Kunc, David 150 

Kunchik, William 150 

Kushan, Bradley 159 

Kushan, Richard 67, 150 

Kushin, Brad 188 

Kyle, Rashawn 159 

Kyler, Rebecca 150 



\m 



a nina was a big factor 
on this year's weather. 



La Bounty, Brian 20, 62. 63. 79. 159, 183 

La Bounty, Carly 124, 170, 173 

La Fountain. Amber 13, 105. 127 

Lach. Wallace 36. 192. 197 

Ladaika. Judy 139 

Lampkins. Paris 150 

Lanctot. Haines 159 

Lanese, Richard 159 

Langdon. Paula 139 

Langford. Crystal 98, 174 

Langford. Lisa 139, 192 

Langsdale, Denis 33, 36 

Langsdale, Dyana 159 

Lardomita, Jack 57 

Larkin Jr.. Bobby 36 

Lassiter. Dontell 106. 159 

Lassiter. Robert 159 

Laurich, Matthew 57. 80, 174 

Laurich, Michele 52, 125, 186. 197 

Laurich, Taryn .... 36, 50. 134. 138, 186, 192, 197 

Law Enforcement 110 

Lawrence, Barry 188 

Laznik, Kevin 159, 183 

Leben, Brian 36, 51, 108 

Lemon, Brandon 96, 105 

Lennon. Brian 22, 36, 91, 97, 122 

Lennon, Sean 76, 91. 97, 159 

Leppelmeier. Eric 14. 159. 183 

Lesko. Brandy 94. 116 

Lewan, Rachel 150 

Lewand. Rachel 83, 159. 185 

Lewis. Demetria 57 

Lewis, Don 182 

Lewis. Laquonta 36, 98 

Lewis. Mark 182 

Lewis. Niesia 98, 174 

Lewis. Steven 150 

Li. Chen 36,50. 111 

Licap, Shara 187 

Linton, Brandon 13. 56. 57, 58. 72. 174 

Linton, Jason 36. 50 

Lipiec. Megan . 10. 13. 36, 50, 52, 81, 89, 90. 91. 
97, 192, 197 

Lipiec, Sarah 91,97. 118. 159. 163. 171. 185 

Lo Conti, Dennis 174 

Lock, Douglas 59, 150 

Lockers : .. 126 

Lockeft, Chanel 36. 98, 207 

Locust, Jessica 95, 174 

Loddy, B. J 57. 80 

Lombardo, Anthony 159 

London, Sabrina 150 

Longo. Melissa 61, 103, 174 

Longshaw. Candace 95, 105, 166 

Look, Sarah 174 

Lorber, Adrienne 36 

Loveless, Jason 36, 125 

Lowery, Eric 159 

Lucas, Margaret 139 

Lucas, Mark 10. 57, 174 

Lucas, Robert 159, 183 

Lucas, Suzanne .. 6, 9, 12. 14, 15, 36, 50, 52, 73. 
74.77, 102. 116. 186, 192, 197 



Index 





Commercial Art students showing off their work at the Vocational Fair. 



Vocational Automotive students getting ready to change the oil on one of 
their cars. 



Ludvik, Donny 174 

Luksich, J. Damon 36, 108 

Lynch III, Orrel 159 

J~~\ any students have jobs 
■ after school. 



Macklin, Jolena 36, 50 

Maddox, Chris 50 

Maddox, Cris 36 

Madison, Tiffany 159 

Madorsky, Christopher 159 

Mahone, Danielle 89. 97 

Mahoney, Mizell 37 

Majer, Dana 125, 172, 174 

Majer, Robert 150 

Maksymowicz, David 57, 159 

Malenda, Dedra 150 

Malenda, Derik .. 10, 87, 111, 120, 174, 189, 210 

Malik, Shruti 61,98,113, 121, 159 

Malnar, Nicholas 20, 108, 174 

Malone, Kara 73, 150 

Mance, Brandon 150 

Mance, Deanna 109, 174 

Mance, Michael 159 

Marching Band 90 

Marcu, Steve 33, 72, 139, 186, 192 

Marek, Rebecca 94 

Marek, Ryan 159 

Marenzy, Tom 110 

Markuz, Edward 37. 50 

Mam Jr., Ernest 159 

Maroli, Diane 33, 100. 139, 187, 192 

Marsh, Kathleen 139 

Marshall, Nicole 159 

Martin, Cynthia 174 

Martin, Keith 37, 50, 57 

Martinenas, Andrea 174 

Martinenas, Lisa 150 

Marusic, Mario 23, 37, 50, 56, 57, 76, 134 

Mascia, Sarah 73, 174, 187 

Mason, Orlando 80, 139. 184 

Masseria, Barbra 33. 139 

Mastalski, Frank 37,76, 115 

Mastalski, Undsey .... 54, 73, 134, 170, 171, 174, 
186, 187 

Masters, Choral 94 

Matlock Jr., Myron 68. 88, 89. 150 

Matthews, Jason 124, 174 

Matthews, Terrence 80, 150 

Mattson, Derek 76. 150 

Maurer, Michael 95, 159 

Mayle, Christopher . 8. 37, 50, 52, 82, 88, 89, 91, 
95,97, 192. 198 

Mburu. Samuel 76, 150 

Mc Arthur, David 159 

McCandless, Pat 110 

Mc Carthy, Anthony 37, 57 

Mc Cava, Mary 98 

Mc Clain, Allison 185 

McClain, Erron 110, 174 

Mc Clave, James 76, 174, 188 

Mc Cluskey, Kathleen 3, 11,37,57, 134 

Mc Collum, Adrea 97 

Mc Collum, Andrea 150 

Mc Collum, Shannon 94, 159 

Mc Connel, Karen 77 

Mc Connell, James 150 

Mc Connell. Tara 73, 142, 150 



Index 




Mc Cullough, Jacob 59, 150 

Mc Cullough, Jason 79, 174 

Mc Cullum, Andrea 91 

Mc Dermort, Matt 188 

Mc Donnell, Kathleen 104, 105, 139 

Mc Donnell, Katie 105 

Mc Dougal, Krystal 159 

Mc Dowell, Jesse 174 

Mc Dowell, Tanish 91, 92, 159 

McElrath, Stephanie 37 

Mc Elrath Jr., Marvin 150 

Mc Ewen. Amy 150 

Mc Fall, Steve 59 

Mc Garry, Michelle 33, 139, 189 

Mc Gee. Bonnie 105, 174 

Mc Gill, Adria 77, 98, 150 

Mc Gill. Nicholas 89, 91 , 94, 159 

Mc Gill. Ryan 37. 68 

Mc Govern, Brad 139 

Mc Grady, Bruce 150 

Mc Graw. Robert 52 

Mc Grift, Darrell 150 

Mc Griff, La Shawn 91, 92 

Mc Intire, Sean 159 

Mc Kay, Gail 83, 91, 97, 129, 159 

Mc Kinney. Brandon 174 

Mc Kinney. Ebonie 37 

Mc Kinney, La Mar 174 

Mc Laughlin, Judy 33 

Mc Leod, Lisa 33, 139, 192 

Mc Masters, Amanda 150 

Mc Masters, Marie 174 

Mc Millian, Marques 89, 91, 97 

Mc Neezer, George 159 

Mc Peek, Melissa 174 

Mc Peek, Shannon 159 

Mc Pherson, Segundina 150 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 139, 192 

McFall, Stephen 150 

McKinney, Rayshawn 150 

McNeal, Sylvia 159 

Meadows, Colleen 159 

Mediators 105 

Medlen. Melissa 37.51,91,97, 126, 192,198 

Medves, Lori 174 

Medves, Melissa 150 

Medvick, Samuel 182 

Meier. Alissa 159, 187 

Mellen, Edie 33, 109. 139 

Melton, Shaun 37 

Memories Divider 180 

Mercadante. Joseph 159, 183 

Mercado, Freddy 160 

Merrifl, Dawn 3, 5, 7. 21, 37, 44, 50, 77, 81, 106, 
107, 122, 180, 185. 192, 198 

Mervar, Anthony 150 

Metti, Allison 186, 189, 191 

Metti, Christine .. 60, 61. 111, 113, 117, 126. 143, 
160. 163, 187,210 

Meyers, Gregory 37. 109 

Meyers. Melanie 124 

Miceli, Mary Jane 131, 139 

Middleton. Jayson 37, 109 

Middleton, Michael 160 

Miheli, Lauren . 87, 1 1 1 , 1 1 6, 1 1 8, 1 1 9, 1 34, 1 66, 
172, 174 

Miklavcic, Michael 37, 50, 52, 54, 68. 82, 98, 100, 
101, 102, 103, 120, 184, 192, 198,210 

Miklavcic, Shana 37, 91, 93, 192, 198 

Miklowski, Nanci37, 44, 50, 52, 97, 100, 192, 198 

Mikolajski, Joshua 160 

Miles, Ebony 160 

Miles, Quitashia 160 

Miller, Anisha 160 

Miller, Jarod 94, 150 



Miller, Keven 160 

Miller, Molly 97, 139 

Miller Jr., Jimmy 38 

Mills. Laurie 5.84, 174 

Misra, Flor 131, 139, 192 

Mita. Barry 130. 139 

Mitchell, David 174 

Mitchell. Nicholas 150 

Mitchell, Rapheal 89, 115 

Mitchell. Stephanie 150 

Mitchell, Tierra 85, 91, 97, 150 

Mitro, Mart 105, 183 

Mitskavich, Lori 189 

Mlac, Katherine 160 

Mlivic. Haris 38 

Mobe, Semata 73 

Modelski, Kenneth 82, 160 

Modelski, Steve 38,52.68. 184. 192, 198 

Moen, Daniel 91 

Mohorcic, Robert 160 

Molnar, Nicholas 63 

Monroe III. Van 23, 56, 57, 80, 174, 182 

Montague, Elizabeth ... 57, 77, 95, 104, 105, 174, 
185 

Montgomery, Titus 150 

Moon, Jason 174 

Moore, Christopher 57, 103, 174. 184 

Moore, Desiree 92 

Moore, Tameisha 150 

Moorer, Chineika 160 

Mooris, Shirli 160 

Morris, Abygail 72, 174, 182 

Morris, Cordell 12, 14, 15, 21, 38, 50, 56, 57, 98. 
127, 184, 192, 198,207 

Morris, Jessica 88,89,91,94,97, 118, 150 

Morris, Katie 33 

Morris, Shirli 81, 185 

Morrison, Jim 91 

Moses, Antonio 38 

Moses, Johnny 70,72, 174 

Mosley, China 150 

Moster, Mark 89,91,97, 160 

Moster, Matt 182 

Moster. Sarah 186 

Mowery. Sandra 77, 102, 105, 115, 174, 176. 

186. 187 

Mowery Jr.. Michael 151 

Moxley. Daniel 38 

Mudelski. Steve 50 

Mueller, Christine 174 

Muhvic. Janelle 61, 174 

Muhvic. Jennifer 3, 49, 57, 72, 174 

Muhvic, Nicholas 59,72, 151 

Mulbah, Saltimatu 160 

Mulraney, Nicole 174 

Murdock, Quentin 57, 174 

Murphy, Anthony 38, 67 

Murrin-Russ, Janet 151 

Myers, Melanie 38 

Mytro, Matthew 79 

\r~| ew principal takes over 
j| control of Euclid High 
School. 

N.H.S 100 

N.J.R.O.T.C 99 

Nagle, Joshua 76, 79, 160 

Nagode. Lauren 151 

Nagode, Lindsey 102. 124, 174 

Nally, Vickie 33, 139, 152 

Napolo, Wai 125 

National Honor Society 100 

Needom, Bernard 160 



Needom, Christopher 151 

Negolfka. Frank 59. 80 

Negolfka III, Frank 151 

Nelson, Josh 76 

Nelson, Joshua 151 

Nelson. William 38, 51. 108 

Nelson Jr., Daryl 151, 183 

Nevins, Shaneil 151 

Nickson, George 174 

Niebes, Carole 139 

Nielsen, Paul 139 

Nielson, Margaret 139 

Niemann, Melissa 174 

Nolan, Chet 9. 57 

Nolen, Jeffrey 151 

Noll, Mary Beth 8, 38. 192. 199 

Norfleet. Shanna 174 

Norris. Richard 110 

Novak, Barbara 139, 192 

Novinc, Brandon 151 

Novinc, Megan4, 9, 20, 38, 44, 50, 52, 53, 60, 61, 
98, 100, 101, 113,116,117,128, 186.192,199 

Nunn, Marsha 110 

Nychel, Bonnie 186 

pportunities are 
available for people 
with an education. 

O'Brien, Sean 66, 67. 184 

O'Neill, Brian 151 

OToole, Sean 33, 72, 139, 145, 186 





Brandon Ptak 

Dear Brandon, 

It's hard to believe this point in your life is 
here already! The years have passed by so 
fast. It seems that just yesterday you were 
taking your first step, and now you are 
ready to take your largest. As you prepare 
for college, you are a wonderful young 
man and we are extremely proud of you. 
Please know our love for you runs deep, 
and we will always be here for you. May 
your life be filled with many blessings. 
Love. Mom & Dad 



z&m 



i v- 'i-.-'iSlMi • T~j ^_ . ~ "5~5T -^f ^ '* if 









Spectators waiting for a football game to begin. 



O Brien, Sean 175 

Connor, Andrea 38 

Obran, Kathleen 91 

Ochilin, Chris 81 

Oden, Cindy 94 

Ojo, Olushola 151 

Ojo, Oluwakemi 98, 175 

Okorn, Carla 160, 187 

Olfin, Michell 91 

Oliver, Delvona 38, 73, 74 

Oliver, Jasmin 105 

Oliver, Jasmine 151 

Oliver, Seleste 38, 125 

Ollle, Dawn 139 

Olympiac, Science 1 1 1 

Olympic, Science 111 

Oprian, Fondakathleen 88, 89, 97, 151 

Oravecz, Todd 38, 192, 199 

Orchestra 89 

Orlic, Ingrid 2, 38, 50, 104, 126, 192, 199 

Orr, Artria 160 

Ortiz, Migdalia 121, 160 

Oslund, Joseph 97, 151 

Osterman, Laura 83, 151 

Osterman, Sarah . 54, 69, 83, 160, 170, 171, 185 

Ostrander, Edward 63, 79, 109, 175 

Oft, David 38, 182, 192, 199 

Ott, Vickie 151 

Ottinger, Manuel4, 7, 12, 38, 50, 52, 55, 76, 77, 78, 
79, 102, 104, 162 



rincipals were new for 
ninth and eleventh 
graders. 




Jennifer Rys 

Jenna - 1 am honored to be your 
mom, to walk through life with 
you, to witness an extraordinary 
woman share her gifts with the 
world; the best is yet to be. 
Thanks for loving me. 
Mom 



P. A, Announcers 122 

Pacheco, Cristina 85, 91, 97. 128, 151 

Pacheco, Rafael 11, 38, 192, 199 

Padavick, Bonnie 160 

Padden. Brett 160 

Padgette, Jermaine 80, 108, 175 

Paige, Brian 39 

Paige. Jamie 73, 74, 89, 91, 160, 185 

Pannell, Lee Roy 175 

Pannell. Shavon 61, 98, 175 

Pannell, Tiffany 175 

Panter, Aaron 39, 108 

Paoloni. Brian 39, 113, 214 

Paoloni, Daniel 175 

Paoloni, Patricia 73, 151 

Paratore, Frank 160 

Paratore, Gregory 151 

Parker, Anthony 160 

Parker, Jermaine 175 

Parker, Katrina 175 

Parker, Omega 39, 50, 96 

Parker, Reginald 160 

Parker Jr., Calvin 39 

Parrino, Lisa 151 

Pasquale, Kathy 139,145 

Passalacqua, Nicoie 151 

Patel, Dinalben 105, 175 

Paternite, Steven ... 8, 88, 89, 91, 94, 95, 97. 160 

Patrons 192 

Patterson, Aqueelah 73, 175 

Patterson, Danielle 151 

Patterson, Jamal 57 

Patterson, La'Erica 175 

Patterson, Lindsay 151 

Patton, Amber 151 

Pavicic, Mary Patricia 160, 187 

Payerchin, Dave 79 

Payerchin, David 79, 175 

Payne, Catherine 139 

Peacock, Sabrina 151 

Pekol, Nancy 52 

Pelton, Mary 139 

Penko, Allison 12, 21, 84, 85, 102, 128, 172, 175 

Penn, Sonya 160 

Penny, Angela 160 

Perez, Jo-Rita 33, 140 

Peric, Ann 134, 160, 170, 171 

Peric, Christina 13, 39, 50, 52, 83 

Perko, Stephen 151 

Perry, Lanecia 151 

Peters, Mary Ann 140 

Peterson, Christina 118, 140 

Petras. Molly 39, 104, 192, 199 

Petrick, Deborah : 33, 140 

Petrochic, Robert 39 

Petrochic, Sara 151 

Petrovic, Bob 113, 130, 134, 140, 192 

Petty, Antonio 175 

Pfahl, Sara 8, 32, 49, 104, 175 

Phillips, De Andre 151 

Phillips, Marcus 151 

Phillips, Peter 39, 82, 184 

Phillips Jr., Ernest 175 

Phoumyyoth, Michael 160 

Phoumyyoth, Soulasack 39 

Phoutthavong, Sisattanak 39 

Pica, Heather 175 

Pierce, Amy 39, 109 

Pierce, Chris 188 

Pierce, Elisabeth 160 

Pignatiello, Roy 33,57, 130. 140 



Student Council senior representatives, Dan Seifried, Abby Stanic, Cordell 
Morris, Vicky Yarish, Jeff Evans, Susan King, Wendy Barker, Niki 
Yannaras and Chanel locked showing how not to sit in the audutorium. 



Pikovnik, Ambrosia 175 

Pikovnik, Joshua 160 

Pinkston. Charmaine 175 

Pinkston, Krystle 151 

Pittard, Christine 91, 97. 160 

Pla, Sally 137, 140 

Platko, Lisa 33, 140, 145 

Piatt, Lucy 33 

Plavcan, Gabrielle 175 

Plavcan, Nathanial 151 

Play. Fall 118 

Pletcher, Penny 98, 140 

Plicka, Carl 160 

Plovock III, Joseph 95, 122, 160 

Plumb, Robert 59 

Podmore, Douglas 175 

Poetry Club 129 

Polachek, Robert 39 

Polke, Jacqueline 142, 175 

Pollard II, Nkrumah 67, 175 

Polzner, Daniel 151 

Polzner, Joseph 175 

Pompey. Deanthony 160 

Ponder. Jermaine 39 

Potocnik, David 175 

Potocnik, Rachel 151 

Poulos, Jennifer 39, 89 

Poulos. Michael 151 

Powaski, Ron 140 

Powell, Artis 184 

Powell, Ashley 80, 175, 184 

Powell, James 88, 89, 91, 97, 160 

Praskavich, Anthony 175 

Prater, Makeda 151 

Pratt, Lucy 61, 111, 138, 140, 188. 189, 192 

President, Marketa 33, 140 

Preston, Dionte 105, 160 

Preston, Gina 175 

Price, Amanda3, 39, 50. 52, 89, 91, 97, 125, 134, 
192, 199 

Price, Brandi 175 

Price, Brandon 175 

Pritchett, Nicole 105, 151 

Prom 190 

Propana, Marcea 98 

Provateare, Joshua 160 

Provateare, Nicole 151 

Ptak, Brandon 19, 39. 50, 52, 192, 206 

Ptak, Ryan 5, 76, 160, 188 

Pulley, Fallon 160 

Purtival, Sir 76 

Purvis, Alana 77, 84, 85, 89, 151 

uiero Taco Bell. 




Qubey, Terrell 72 

Quigley, Geoffrey 39 

., ugby was started as a 
new intramural sport. 



Radan, Ivan 175 

Radosevich. Michelle 160, 187 

Raguz, Anna 160 

Raguz, Tomislav 175 

Raia, Nicole 124, 170, 175 

Rainey. Marsha 91,97, 160 



Ramdhan, Glen 89, 97, 160 

Ramdhan, Moonilal 59, 105. 151 

Ramlow, Barbara . 20. 62, 63, 104, 140, 143, 192 

Ramlow. Robert 33, 63 

Randall, Jabraun 39 

Randall, Lavelle 161 

Randall Jr., Aaron 151 

Ransaw, Atini 40, 51, 108 

Ratka, Fran 140, 192 

Rattiliff, Ondreia 151 

Rauscher, Christine 161 

Ray, Michael 175 

Ray. Victoria 161 

Raymond, Jamie 124 

Raymond, Preston 40, 52 

Razzauti, Marco 40,49, 82, 104 

Reagan, Sarah 40 

Redwood. Donovan 151 

Reed, Chris 184 

Reese, Dianca 73, 75, 175 

Reese Jr., Lysander 161 

Reeves, Jonathon 151 

Reid. Tristen 175 

Reilly, Erin 40, 50, 102, 106 

Rembert. Carlos 151 

Rembert, Syreeta 89, 175 

Renbarger, Renee 151 

Renix, Amos 181 

Repko, Patricia 140 

Resnik, Bridget 4,9,83, 115, 120, 143. 172, 175, 
210 

Rezzolla, Mike 33, 57, 140 

Ricardo, Robert 72 

Ricci, Anthony 151 

Rice, Carmen 96, 97. 161 

Rice, Christal 91. 175 

Rice, Robert 151 

Richards, Jacquelyn 120, 161 

Richards, Marcy 140, 192 

Richardson. Angel 161 

Richardson, Brandon .. 11, 13. 40, 44, 50. 56, 57, 
72, 103, 182, 192. 199 

Richardson. Christopher 161 

Richardson, Laniece 129, 151 

Richeson, Marques 76, 161 

Rico, Stephen 140 

Rico, Steve 214 

Riedel, Gary 57, 80. 161 

Riggins. Chavon 40, 125 

Riley, Shawna 151 

Rinella, Jennifer 76, 77, 175 

Rinella, Joseph 68. 82, 151 

Roberts, Aziza 73. 75, 175 

Roberts. James 151 

Roberts Jr., Ryan 151 

Robinson, Jordan 134, 175 

Robinson, Matthew 76,79, 161, 184 

Rodgers, Trenee 151 

Rodick, Frank 152 

Rodin, Mary Ann 84, 98 

Rodriguez. Joe 68. 140 

Rodriguez . Joe 82 

Rogers, Kenneth 40 

Rogers. Ramon 175 

Rogowski, Nicholas 152 

Rohl. Richard 62,63,91,97, 101, 161 

Rohlke. Carl 97, 175 

Rohlke, Stacy 175 



Index 





Students and faculty enjoyed Homecoming very much. 




Rondini, Joseph 59 

Ross. Laura 61, 113, 166, 175 

Roth, James 40, 51, 91, 97 

Rozman, Tony 33, 108, 140, 192 

Rozotti, Felicia 77 

Rozzati, Felicia 77 

Ruberto, Chrystal 161 

Rucker, De Onte' 40, 50 

Rucker, James 161 

Rucker, Shanina 161 

Rudder, Deborah 140 

Rufo, Ryan 182 

Rusbasan, Jeremy 161 

Ruscin, Kelly 77, 143, 161, 163 

Rusnak, Justin 1 10 

Russo, Jacqueline 110 

Russo, Joyce 140, 142 

Russo, Tony 133 

Rutti, Christopher 57, 161 

Ryan, Eric 76, 82, 137, 176, 184 

Ryder, Thomas 105, 161 

Rys, Jennifer 40, 52, 84. 91, 97, 98, 192, 207 

Rys, Steven 91, 97, 176 

now days shortened the 
time in school in 
January. 

S.A.D.D 121 

S.A.V.E 121 

Sabbath, Angela 6, 40, 52, 109, 192, 200 

Sabo, Stephen 89, 161 

Sacko, Timothy 176 

Saengchareun, Kongsy 40, 109 

Sahye, Khemeo 40, 124 

Said, Tark 152 

Salisbury, Karen . 9. 20, 40, 50, 52, 61, 100. 101. 

111, 113, 186, 192,200 

Salisbury, Matthew 76, 152 

Salupo, Amy . 1 1 , 1 9. 21 , 40. 50, 52, 54, 69. 1 00, 
192,200 

Salvatore, James 176 

Sams, Andrea 145, 152 

Sams, Nicholette 8, 13, 20, 40, 45, 50, 52, 53, 98, 

101, 113, 117, 186, 192,200 

Samsa, Nicole 4, 84, 85, 95, 176 

Sanders. Dreamer 161 

Sanelli, Leanne 176 

Sanicki, Kathryn 176 

Sanicky, Kathryn 77,87, 112 

Santilli, Sam 59, 73, 140, 192 

Santucci, Christie 161 

Santucci, Nick 40 

Sarns-Gaunt, Brigid 129, 152 

Sarpolis. Ryan 12, 176 

Satava, Sheila 152 

Sattler, Gregory ... 63, 66, 67, 140, 161. 163, 184 

Saviers, Nancy 138, 140 

Savies, Jennifer 91 

Sawyer, Satasha 40,50.52 

Sayavongsa, Oska 176 

Sayles. Robert 161 

Scales, Leah 96, 152 

Scalese, Eric 176 

Scalese, Matthew 152 

Scaparotti, Erica 101, 114. 124, 176 

Scaparotti, Samuel 152 

Scharf, Rhonda 140. 192 

Scheider, Bryan 52. 184 



Index 




Scheider, Jesse 68. 82, 176. 184 

Scheider, Krysti 83, 152 

Scheurman, Elizabeth 5, 84, 85, 91, 97, 125 

Scheurman, Lauren 84 

Schiffbauer, Nikole 41, 50, 192, 200 

Schmidt, Jonathan 41 

Schmidt, Kristopher 41 

Schoen, Michael 161 

Schoen, Tim 1 18 

Schonauer, Gregory 14, 41 , 50, 79, 98, 102, 104 

Schossler. Cheryl 140 

Schoval, Edward 41 

Schroeder, Fred 33, 140 

Schuenemann, Michael 152 

Schuette, Nathaniel 161 

Schultz, Amy 176 

Schulz, Dona 140 

Schuster, Eric 52 

Schutte. Kristen 76, 77. 152 

Schweikert, Sarah 89, 161 

Schwenke, Pete 10,57,80.81, 140, 185 

Science Olympics 1 1 1 

Scott, Brandi 152 

Scott, Deontau 152 

Scott, Jessica . 41, 82, 83, 91, 93. 117, 185, 192, 
200 

Scott, Leonard 110 

Scott, Matthew 161 

Scott II, Emeri 41, 184 

Sederholm, Kirk 19, 41 

Segulin, Mickey 141 

Seifried, Daniel . 41 , 47, 50, 87, 95, 98, 1 05, 1 1 1 . 
116, 118, 119, 122,189,207 

Seifried, Michael 122, 124, 176, 182 

Selvaggio, Nick 110, 141, 205 

Senior Divider 18 

Senior Vocational Automotives 108 

Sennert, Christine 89 

Sergo. Jim 76 

Serwatka. John 161 

Setser. M, Shannon8, 14, 41, 45, 50, 52, 98, 101, 
102, 192,200 

Severino, Jan 141 

Seymour, Ronald 14, 58, 122, 132, 133, 138. 192 

Sharp, Brandy 96. 152 

Sharp, Courtney 186 

Shavers, Rahman 57,72, 105, 176, 181, 184 

Shaw, Brandon 41, 103, 105 

Shaw, James 176 

Shaw, Krista 94, 176 

Shaw, Tonika 152 

Shea, Kevin 161 

Shea, Melissa 5.84,85, 116, 134, 171,176 

Sheck, Mike 57, 141 

Sheehan, Timothy 90, 91, 93, 97, 161 

Sheldon. Dan 110 

Shepherd, Gyonez 176 

Shepherd. Richard 41, 52 

Sheridan. Elaine 141, 192 

Sheridan, Paula 141, 192 

Shirey, Ross 41 

Short, Jessica 77, 94, 152 

Shorter, Katie M 132 

Shy. Luke 76. 89, 152 

Shy. Mario 91, 176. 182 

Shyree, Nick 109 

Siedler, Brian 182 

Siemasa, Oscar 76 

Sierputowski, Jeffrey 10, 41, 50, 52, 76. 192. 200 

Simek. Bryan 152 

Simenc, Matthew 166, 171, 176, 180, 182 

Simenc, Mike 52, 184 

Simmons III, David 161 

Simon, Lisa 73, 130, 141 



Simpson, Jim 141 

Sivik, Catherine 94, 118, 152 

Ski Club 101 

Skidmore, Shawn 110 

Skok, Elizabeth 21, 84, 85, 104, 124, 176 

Skok, Jason 41,90,91,97, 102, 192,200 

Skovira, Kristal 132 

Slabe. Matthew 41 

Slabe. Rebecca 154, 161. 185 

Slagle, Michael 57. 183 

Slamic, David 72, 161 

Slepsky, Daniel ... 41, 51, 52, 68, 89, 91, 97, 114, 
184 

Slogar, Michael 41, 125 

Slovenec, Jesse 8, 22 

Smerke. John 161 

Smith, Aaron 176 

Smith, Abra 161 

Smith. Daniel 41, 52, 192, 201 

Smith, Diondra 73, 152 

Smith, Dwayne 184 

Smith, Emmanuel 42, 70, 72 

Smith, Germaine 57, 72, 161 

Smith, Jason 72, 161 

Smith, Jeffrey 161 

Smith, Kendra 4, 5, 84, 85, 91, 93, 105. 154. 161, 
187 

Smith, Kim 185 

Smith, Latosha 152 

Smith, Linda 161 

Smith, Quentin 152 

Smith, Robert 33, 131,141, 192 

Smith, Ryan 42 

Smith, Shayla 42,51, 192,201 

Smith, Stephanie 161 

Smith, Tamika 152 

Smith, Toni 161 

Smith II, Gregory 59. 80, 152 

Smylie, Kristen 161 

Smyth, Samuel 105, 152 

Soccer 76 

Softball 186 

Soini. Mark 118, 161 

Soini, Thomas 21,42,57, 182, 192,201 

Solema, David 42, 51, 52, 88, 89, 91, 97, 98, 100, 
101, 192,201 

Solema. Michael 122, 161 

Soltesz, Frank 33,78,79, 141,184, 192 

Sophomores 154 

Sorriento, Paola 176 

Spada, John 42 

Sparrow, Tara 161 

Sparrow. Todd 72, 161 

Speer, Mathew 76, 91, 97 

Spence, Lester 59, 152 

Spencer, Antonio 13, 176 

Spiga, Barbara 87, 129, 141 

Spikes, Alexandria 94. 152 

Sports Divider 54 

Sprigs, Tomika 152 

St. Clair Automotive 21 1 

Stafford, Wayne 164 

Stahre, Allison 186 

Stahre, Erika 98, 152 

Stallworth, Robert 164 

Stambaugh. Suzanne 189 

Stamper, Shuree 164 

Stanic, Abby ... 20, 21 , 42, 44. 46, 51 , 53, 85, 98, 
100, 102, 192,201,207 

Stanic, Brett 78, 79, 164, 184 

Stanic, Derek 52 

Stanic, Kurt 132 

Stansberry, Kristen 176 

Stavange, Jessica 152 

Steck, Elizabeth 141 

Steele, Donte 176 

Stefanac, Megan 21,69,84,85, 164, 185 

Stenger, Erik 108, 176 

Stenroos, Jessica 85, 1 52 

Stern, Lynne 23, 42, 53, 100, 105, 114 

Stern., Lynne T 51 

Stevens. Demond 42, 108 

Stewart, Kenneth 176 

Stewart, Shondra 98, 176 

Stewart. Trayce 69,73, 152 

Stewart Jr., Bart 164 

Stigh, Matt 110 

Stobierski. Julia ... 14. 15, 83, 103, 170, 176, 186 

Stobinski, Judith 1 1 1 

Stobinski, Judy 141 

Stokes. Shawn 176 

Stone, Samantha 164 

Story, Curtis 176 

Stoudemire, Jaja 164 

Stoudmire. Kai 73, 152 

Strell, Dennis 57, 164, 188 

Strell, Nicholas 42, 192, 201 

Stricko, Tabitha 187 

Strodtbeck, Owen 91, 97, 176. 182 

Strukel. Megan 142, 152 

Stuber. David . v „ 164 



Student Council 98 

Student Council Ad 212 

Student Life Divider 6 

Stumpf. David 141 

Suchy, Angela 91 

Suchy, Michael 20.63, 177, 184 

Suchy, Rich 59, 72 

Suchy Jr., Richard 152 

Sudama, Vishantie 42, 60, 61, 118 

Sugar, Christine 152 

Surgeon, Monica 152 

Survey 113 

Sustar, Thomas 42, 116, 125, 192,201 

Sustin, Mike 185 

Sutton, Nicole 152 

Swansegar, Kim 77, 85, 163, 164 

Swetel, Jacobrobert 42 

Swift, Samuel 164 

Swift, Sean 177 

Swiga, Adam 110 

Swigs, Andrew 72 

Swimming 82 

Switalski, Sharon 42 

Swope, Pete 61 



l_ _j ape was used to hold 
J broken I.D.'s together. 

Taddeo, Jessica 164 

Taksar, Dennis 177 

Taksar, Kevin 184 

Tamburro, Stacey 164 

Tamburro, Stephanie 109, 129, 177 

Tanner, Catrina 42 

Tavakoli, Omid 76, 82, 83, 124, 177 

Tavon, Shawn 57 

Taylor, Candace 164 

Taylor, Courtney 72. 153 

Taylor, Jeremy 110 

Taylor, Stephanie 153 

Taylor III. Fred 108,177 

Team, Drill 129 

Tedla, Semere 177 

Tenerove, Austin 153 

Tenkku, April 153 

Tennis, Boy's 188 

Tercek, Lynette 141 

Terrence, Ayo Femi 177 

Terrence, Nicole 96 

Terry, Tonya 153 

Theme 2 

Thies. Dawn 164 ^ 

Thomas, Adrianne 164 

Thomas, Brandon 42, 51 

Thomas, La Toya 153 ^ 

Thomas. Lakeith 177 

Thomas, Latoya 153 

Thomas, Lee 164 




Megan Ballinger 

Dear Megan. 
Congratulations! 

Today is your day. 

You're off to great places! 

You're off and away! 

You have brains in your head. 

You have feel in your shoes. 

You can steer yourself 

Any direction you choose. 

You're on your own. and you know what you 

know. 

And you are the one who'll decide where to go. 

Dr. Seuss 
I love you. 
Mom 



Thomas, Stephanie 153 

Thompson, George 153 

Thompson, Julia ... 42,44,51,53, 100, 101, 111, 
114, 186 

Thompson, Kimberly 91,97, 153 

Thompson, Ronald 165 

Tiedman, Ryan 110 

Tillman, Johnny 72, 165 

Tinker, Amber 177 

Tirabassi, Michael 177 

Tisi, Mary .... 4,9, 12,77,83, 117, 120, 137, 172, 

177, 185,210 

Tizzano, Diane 88, 90, 91, 94, 97, 112, 137, 141, 

192 

Tkac, Carol 33 

Tocarchick, Diana 177 

Todd, Ebony 177 

Tokic Jr., Joseph 67,153 

Tolliver, Jason 42, 124 

Toloe, Josephine 153 

Toloe, Lischen 165 

Toloe, Randy 42 

Tomlinson, Simone 91 , 165 

Tomlinson, Terry 43 

Tompkins, Matthew 165 

Tomsic, Milan 82, 91, 97, 134, 162, 165, 171, 188 

Torrelli, Chris 33, 111, 121, 141, 192 

Toth, Alex 141 

Toth, Emily 165 

Track 184 

Track, Indoor 80 

Tracy, Mary 9, 61, 113, 116, 134, 177 

Tracy, Robert 153 

Tramsak, Kimberly.. 6, 43, 51, 53, 109, 192, 201, 
215 

Ran, Ann 165 

Triggs, Carolyn 106,141 

Trobenter, Scott 79 

frobenter, Steven 153 

Truskolaski, Bryan 165 

Tschantz, Matthew 98, 111, 163, 165 

Tschantz, Michael 68, 82. 111, 163, 165, 184 

Tucci, Angela 89, 94, 97, 165 

fucci, James , 43,125 

Tucker, Candy 109 

Tucker, Clinton 71, 72, 177 

fucker, Jacob 177 

fukes, Evexyzia 43 

Turk, Pat 141 

Turkall, Dennis 72, 141, 145, 181, 182 

furman, Kevin 177 

Turner, Lakisha 43 

Tutolo, Amanda 43,72,81, 185 

Twiggs, Andrew 153 

Tyler Jr., Ronald 10,43,57, 109 

Tyson, Kevin 165 

L | uderclassmen mature 
j i throughout the year. 



Udovich, Jillian 77, 177, 186 

Udovich, Lisa 186, 191 

Jjcic, Lynn 141 

Jlle, Janet 33, 141, 192 

Jlle, Michael 177, 182 

Jlle, Robyn 186 

Jlle, Stacy 84, 85, 98, 153 

Underclass Divider 142 

Jrban, Andrea 91, 92, 153 

Urban, Kristen 91,92,128, 177 

Jrban, Nancy 105, 165, 185 




arsity sports made a 
good showing their first 
year in the L.E.L. 



Valentine, Courtney 61,98, 177.210 

Valentine, Derrick 177 

Valerio, Andrea 165 

Van Eeen, Erin 185 

Van Ho, Kay F 132 

Van Ho, Valerie 43, 51, 53, 105 

Van Leer, David 132 

Van Scyoc, Jessica 153 

Vannarath, Srinakorn 177 

Vansen, Sensity , 91 

Vanzant, Dessiray 165 

Vargo, Jared 165 

Varne, Brian 43 

Varsity Chorale 95 

Vasko, Danielle 165 

Vaslavsky. Sheri 43 

Vauters, Lidia 177 

Vazquez, Michael 153 

Verch, Michael 43, 51, 76, 78, 79, 91, 97, 124 

Verch, Nicholas 68, 78, 79, 153 

Veres, Alicia 47 

Vernier, Stanley 91, 97, 153 

Vetovetz, Catherine 89, 141 

Via, Sara 127, 177 

Vicarelli, Frank 182 

Vidmar, Gina 165 

Vidra, Bryan 177 

Vince, Michael 165 

Virgies Jr., Tommie 56, 57, 71, 72, 184 

Vocational Automotives 108 

Vohnout, Chris 43 

Voices of New Life 96 

Voll, Devin 43, 45, 53, 98 

Voll, Nicholas 165 

Von Benken, Bill 33, 52, 141, 192, 210 

Vuyancih, Michael 43. 124 

Vuyancih, Patrick 138. 141 

elcome to your school, 
The Euclid High 
School. 

Wade, Karen 43, 51, 53 

Waganek, Shannon 165 

Wahl, John 52 

Wai Napolo 125 

Waina, Melissa 6, 77, 104, 171, 177 

Waina, Rebecca 77, 83, 153 

Walford, Shawn 80 

Walker, Andrew 57, 94, 95, 172, 177 

Walker, Bernadette 13, 177 

Walker, Damon 153 

Walker, Victor 165 

Wallace, Neal 165 

Wallace, Nicole 43 

Wallend, Kelly 177 

Walls, Asia 153 

Walsh, Robert 91, 98 

Waltherll, Brian 82, 153 

Walton Jr., Rodney 43, 105 

Wardell, Kenneth 98, 165 

Ware, Steven 153 

Ware, Terence 80, 153 

Warman, Dennis 177 

Warner, Brandan 72, 165 

Warner, Eugene 43,125 

Washington, Eddie 47, 51, 53 




students took mid-terms by subject area in January. 





The Marching Band and the Flag Corps added color, sound and motion to the 
halftime festivities. 



Wasylyk, Matt 76, 134. 138 

Watts, Adina 47 

Watts, Jaclyn 96, 153 

Watts, Tahnesha 47,51 

Webster, Herbert 66, 67, 165 

Webster, Tatiana 73, 177 

Weems, Jenea 185 

Weglarz, Thomas 47,51 

Weidensall. Joshua 177 

Wein, Ursula 47, 49, 51, 53, 69, 81, 114, 126, 

185,210 

Weintraub, Timothy 47, 124 

Wells, Brandon 72, 153 

Wells, Elana 84, 94, 153 

Wells, Kevon 153 

Welsh, Kevin 47, 76, 125 

Wensing, Dan 137, 141, 192 

West, Ricardo 153 

Westbrook, Ashley 165 

Westbrooks Jr., Ray 21,137 

Westerfield, Howard 57 

Wheeler, Ebony 185 

White, Amiara 177 

White, Bryan 177 

White, Joseph 47. 76 

Whitehead, Ericka 165 

Whitely, Julie 11, 47, 49, 51, 53, 57, 192, 201 

Whiteman Jr., Kenneth 153 

Whitmore, Aaron 72, 165 

Whitney, De Juan 47 

Widar, Matthew 47 

Wilbraham, Jonathan 94, 153 

Wilcox, Carmen 165 

Wilcox, Eddie 182 

Wilkerson, Michael 177 

Wilkerson, Najma 165 

Williams, Anthony 165 

Williams, Antonio 153 

Williams, Barbara 153 

Williams, David 165 

Williams, Diana 47 

Williams, Eric 108, 177 

Williams, Jen 48,60,61,81,98, 118 

Williams, Jinan 153 

Williams, Kelly 165 

Williams, Maria . 46, 47, 48, 51, 53. 73, 100, 105, 
192,202 

Williams, Nathaniel 153 

Williams, Noel 48, 51 , 53, 124 

Williams, Oral 46,76. 101, 192, 203 

Williams, Tiffany 153 

Williams II, Gregory 72, 153 

Willingham, Bruce 67 

Willingham, Taresa 94, 165 

Willis, Jamikka 48, 109 

Willoughby, Todd 177 

Willrich, Michelle 153 

Wilson, Bennie 177 

Wilson, Christopher 153 

Wilson, Dwayne 72, 153 

Wilson, Jasmine 165 

Wilson, Michelle 82, 83, 92, 177 

Wilson, Quentin 153 

Wilson, Rasheena 165 

Wilson, Scott 73 

Windham, Dennis 59 

Winter, Jay 57 

Wintertest 102 

Wise, Jeremy 153 

Wise, John 48 

Wise, Kellie 89, 94, 177 

Wise, Meghan 94, 165 

Wise, Richard 48 

WW, Erin 153 



Witten, Erica 48 

Wittwer, Philipp 48, 113, 177 

Wolchko, John 22, 49 

Woldenng, Ruth 94, 153 

Wolenski, Cerrissa 177 

Wolenski. Phaedra 177 

Wolford, Shawn 59, 153 

Womick, Brandon 48 

Woodruff, Barnett 177, 188 

Woods, Aprielle 177 

Woods, Douglas 177. 182 

Woods, Rachel 153 

Worthy. Ashia 153 

Worthy, Danielle 153 

Woyton, Christina 48 

Wrestling 66 

Wright, Tequila 48,51 

Wurm, Kurt 165 

\ \t j ou are an important 
\^ member of your school 

\m community. 

Yannaras, Nikil 8, 48, 51 , 53. 54, 61 , 98, 1 00. 1 02, 
103, 111, 113, 116. 117, 184, 185,207 

Yannaras, Steve 188 

Yarbrough, Nichole 48, 53. 109 

Yarish, Victoria . 20,48,91.92,94,98, 101, 102, 
192.204,207 

Yeh, Victorian 59 

York, Richard 69. 80, 81, 141, 145, 185 

Young, Kelly 48, 124 

Young, Suron 165 

Young, Taurean 153 

Young, Terrence 153 

ip-up Adidas pants are 
the newest style of 
warm-ups. 

Zagar, Frank 165 

Zagar, Jay 22 

Zagar, Marianne 48. 51 

Zalewski. Christopher 95,98. 118. 119, 165 

Zarch, Helda 76 

Zdesar, Erika 165 

Zeigler, Gerald 183 

Zeigler Jr., Gerald 57, 165 

Zevnik. Jeff 182 

Ziamba, Joshua 165 

Ziga, Haseena 165 

Zorman, Brian 182 

Zrim, Anthony 153 

Zrim, Thomas 153 

Zucca, Ron 33, 141, 144, 186, 192 

Zupancic, Jaime 48, 125, 192,205 

Zuzic, Dino 76, 77, 82. 91, 97 

Zuzic. Joseph 76.82,91.97, 101, 153 

Zuzic Jr., Dino 83. 165 




Index 




CLOSING 

Colophon Thank You Staff 



Josten's Printing and Publishing Division 
at State College, Pennsylvania printed the 
650 copies of the 1999 Euclidian. The book 
was printed on Gloss 191 paper stock and 
included 48 pages of full color. All pages were 
created using the Aldus PageMaker® 5.0 
program running on a Macintosh Ilsi computer 
that had 17 megabytes of RAM, a 540 megabyte 
hard drive and a Daystar Powercache 50 
megahertz accelerator card with math 
coprocessor installed. The pages were backed-up 
onto a 100 megabyte Iomega® removable Zip 
disk. A 21" black and white, two page monitor 
made page layouts much easier. A second 
Macintosh Ilsi computer with 17 megabytes of 
RAM and a Video Spigot card was networked to 
the first. Both computers were running System 
7.1 . Digital images were imported either directly 
from a Sony Mavica MVC-A10 Still Video 
Camera into the Video Spigot or were scanned in 
from a photograph using a 600 dpi scanner. The 
images were processed using Adobe Photoshop® 
which had Kai's Power Tools® plug-ins installed. 
Graphics were produced using Aldus Freehand®. 
Type Styler® and Microsoft Works®. The index 
was made using the Josten's program. Last Name 
First®. The pages were recorded on 3.5 inch 
floppy disks and 100 megabyte Iomega® Zip 
disks and hard copy was printed on a Hewlett 
Packard LaserJet III printer. The hardcopy and 
disks were sent to Josten's who stripped in the 
photos and produced the final copy on a 
Linotronic printer. The first deadline was 
submitted on a Iomega® disk since there was so 
much memory needed. The rest of the deadlines 
were submitted on 3.5 inch floppies. The cover 
was designed by the Josten's Art Department. 
Pages were submitted to the plant on six 
deadlines: November 2, November 24. December 
18, January 29, February 26 and March 12. The 
pages were submitted as double page spreads. All 
the color pages had to be in the first deadline 
since their production entailed so much work. 
Since the final deadline was in early March, 
nothing that occurred after that time could be 
included in the book. The picture patron option 
has gained in popularity with eighty seven 
students having their baby pictures included. The 
Name Stamp option that was begun last year has 
also increased in popularity 



210 > Closing 



The staff of the 1999Euclidian would like 
to extend thanks to all who helped to 
make this book possible. First and 
foremost, thanks have to go to the adviser, Mr. 
Von Benken for the many long hours of hard 
work and planning that had to be put in to get the 
entire operation going and to keep it going. 
Others to be thanked are: Ohio School Pictures, 
Inc, for supplying film and processing for the 
many pictures that appeared in the book and for 
taking many of the team pictures, senior and 
underclass pictures. Josten's Yearbook 
Company for putting it all together in such an 
artistic manner. Charlotte Elston for all the time 
she spent arranging photography dates and 
supplying needed materials. Joannne Hodder 
and Joan Beuoy and Marilyn Foote and 
Michael Barnes for all the time and work they 
did trying to get the senior pictures arranged and 
taken, all the writers and photographers who 
contributed their time, and last but not least, the 
entire student body at Euclid High School 
without which this book could not exist. 



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Many people helped in some way 
with the l999Euclidian. Some 
wrote stories while others worked on 
the laying out of the book while others helped in 
the mailing of letters. Some of the students who 
did some work were Mary Tisi, Bridget Resnik, 
Kelly Baylog, Derik Malenda, Danny Fonovic, 
Michael Miklavcic, Ursula Wein, Lisa Basalla, 
Leah Cherne, Christine Metti, Courtney 
Valentine, and Mr. Von Benken. 



Disclaimer 



The 1998-99 school year is history. Many 
interesting and significant events 
occurred during that time and the 
Euclidian tried to cover as many of them as 
possible. This was difficult due to the limited 
staff. If we missed something, we are sorry. We 
sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions 
that occurred in the book but you have to 
understand this is only a high school publication 
and mistakes can happen. 





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Steve Rico is an aide who impresses his students by 
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Aaron Carpenter is shown 
riding his Trials bike on the 
rocks along the lake shore. 
He is participating in a sport 
called Observed Trials. 

Observed Trials is a sport of 

European origin and involves 

riding over obstacles without 

putting one's feet down. The 

obstacles can be shipping 

pallets, logs, rocks, spools, 

cement blocks, cars, etc. 

Perfect balance, smooth 

technique and strength are 

required. Organized 

competitions usually 

involved a series of four to 

ten "sections" which had 

specific lines and directions 

the riders had to proceed 

through to complete the 

section. Riders got points for 

putting their foot down. The 

rider with the least points at 

the end was the winner. 
There are two types of trials 
bikes. The "Stock" bike was 
basically a normal 26" 
mountain bike with at least 
five working gears. Good 
brakes and a light, strong 
frame was highly recom- 
mended. The "Modified" 
bike is what Aaron is shown 
riding. It consists of a frame 
with custom geometry, 20" 
wheels, a "bashguard" below 
the crank and brakes front 
and rear. These bikes are 
NOT BMX bikes. 

The great thing about Trials was that you could nde on almost anything, almost anywhere. Aaron and his friends 
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AND SO ENTERS MY BODY THE FEELING OF FEAR 

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BUT EVERYTHING FEELS THE SAME 

ANOTHER YEAR OF BUYING SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
THE FEELING OF BEING AN UNDERCLASSMAN DIES 
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THE SAME FACES, THE SAME LOOKS 
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