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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Student Life 6 

^^^ Ku_^« Seniors 18 

^^^»^ ■ ^ ^^^H Sports 54 

m^^-^I ■■ g^OB *'*3IP^l^ Activities 86 

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Last Year 180 








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EUCLIDIAN 




Euclid High School 



711 East 222nd Street 



Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Volume 51 



(216) 261-2900 



Enrollment 1842 



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The year 2000 was met with a great deal of anxiety. Many people 
thought that it was the beginning of the third millennium since it 
began with 2. In reality it was the end of the second millennium 
which began in the year 1001. The year 1999-2000 was very significant 
for anything dealing with computers because of the dates. The first event 
occurred on August 21-22. 1999 and dealt with the Global Positioning 
System which was a series of satellites which enabled receivers to know 
exactly where they were on the face of the earth. At that time, the first 
GPS "year" (which was 1024 weeks long) ended and the GPS receivers 
had to reset themselves and reacquire their satellite information which 
meant that some units didn't work for a short period of time. 
The second event occurred on September 9, 1999. This was abbreviated as 
9/9/99 and some people thought that old computer programs might 
interpret that as an end of data statement which might cause some pro- 
grams to terminate prematurely. 

The big event, however, was the Y2K problem which was hyped for a yeai 
before 2000 arrived. It dealt with the fact that old computers read just the 
last two digits of the year. Many people feared that on Jan 1, 2000 the 
computers would interpret the 00 in the date as 1900 and that all kinds of 
things would go wrong from massive power failures to not getting money 
from banks to transportation of food and medicines being disrupted. The 
year 2000 was an interesting year to anticipate. 




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Left: Kelly Baylog, Mary 
Tisi, Melissa Walna, 
Allison Pcnko and Joe 
Ciranito know that they 
ha\ e to eat good meals to 
prepare themselves for the 
year 2000. 

Right: .lackie Richards 
works hard with her 
graphing calculator in 
order to get the proper 
solutions to her problems. 



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Students workuig on their computers hoping that the 
Y2K bui! will not alTect them. 




Katie Sanicky hopes to prepare herself for the third 
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Students prepare for the next millennium in the Marching Band and in the 
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High school students existed in a state of constant questions. 
There were always decisions that needed to be made. How 
much time should be devoted to studying? How much time for 
a Job? What am 1 going to do tonight?, this weekend?, next vacation? 
As students got older, more and more questions were encountered. The 
life of a high school student was often very busy and lots of things had 
to be done. 






The Varsity 
Cheerleaders 
have lots of 
spirit and 
enjoy their 
hves at Euchd 
High School. 

Right: 
Taniika 
Drake has a 

hie on the 
volleyball 
court and in 
the classroom 

Far Right: A 
lot of students 
work out to get 
themselves in 
as good a 
shape as 
possible. 
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op: Joe Granito, Andrew Walker, Mark Lucas and Mike Fortunate know that their 
ives at Euclid go beyond the classroom. 

op Right: Emilie Baker and Rebecca Marek have a good time with the Marching Band 
in Friday evenings. 

iibove: Mike Babuder, Melissa Shea and Chris Bailey working to gather information for 
heir physics lab. 
iight: Emily Duer working to get herself into good condition for the new iiiillennium. 



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BEING A STUDENT 

Many Euclid students are active 




Top: Sludenls try to understiind how to make use of eomputers sinee they are an 
important tool in almost any job. 

Above: Laura Osterman and Christina Hagenbaugh are trying to develop 
skills in their seience class that will be useful to them in the next century. 

8 ▲ Student Life 



Top: Members of the Flag Corps find it a rewarding part of their lives at Euclid High , 

School. 

Above: Matt Laurich, Frank Negolfka and Andrew Walker take a breather while 

the defense is on the field. 




op: Students in A.F.S. learn about different cultures. 

op Right: Abby Biehl and Mary Tisi show that there is a lot of friendship between the 
larching Band and the Cheerleaders. 

liddle: Mike Tschantz, Matt Tschantz and Shruti Malik learn about biology in Mr. Barry 
lita's A.P. Biology class. 

ibove: Matt Laurich, Tamika Drake and Tina Amigoni have a rich life during and after 
:hool. 
:■ (vbove Right: Lindsey Mastalski enjoys her Fall setting up balls for the volleyball team, 
iight: Sandra Mowery shows how excited she is with her life on the soccer field after school. 



Student Life 




Phil Bojc lines up a putl on the green for the Golf 

Team. 

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he J. V. offensive line wa-. m cliaiuc nl opening Imles for the runneis. 



Becky Slabc and Rick Uorsty using tieat to cause a chemical reaclion 




op: Tim Basalla, Dino Zuzic and Joe Zuzic have 
Jn playing on the soccer field, 
.bove: Julie Stobierski enjoys her time after school 
:tting up a volleyball. 

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Allyson Kumel spikes the ball over the net during one 
or the many volleyball games she has played. 



Top: Chris Harrell about to make a catch for a good 
gain against Benedictine. 
Above; Sarah Osterman gets enjoyment from 
running miles in cross-country races. 

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Megan Stefanac ran well and helped the girl's cross 
country team. 

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Euclid students learn about the events going on around them. 




iddle: Varsity trainers. Alana Purvis, Diondra Smith, 
indy Hausen, Jennifer Muhvic and Liz Montague 

Iped the football team tliroughout the season. 

bove: The varsity soccer team gets together before the 

ime was to begin. 



Above: Navy Blue Angel pilot. Ltd, Commander Scott 
Imd and Petty Officer 2nd class John Squires gave a talk 
to the Euclid students before the Labor Day Air Show in 
Cleveland. Here they are accepting a poster given to them 
by Euclid Principal. Mr. Ron Seymour. 



Top: Kelly Baylog, Nicole Samsa, Lizz Skok, 
Mary Tisi, .\Ilison Penko and Becky Jenkins 

getting ready to cheer. 

Middle: Jean De Wine getting ready to go to 

class. 

.Above: Matt Salibury getting ready to kick 

the ball. 

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PANTHERS CLAW 

Homecoming football win sefe 



Homecoming week began with a 
spirit competition between the 
homerooms in which students 
dressed up throughout the week. 
Monday was Hat day, Tuesday was 
Mismatch day, Wednesday was 60" s 
and 70' s day, Thursday was Team 
jersey day and Friday was Blue and 
Gold day. On Thursday there was a 
bonfire held on the Softball diamond 
during which the Marching Band 
played. The football game with Elyria 
was held on Friday evening and the 
Homecoming Dance was on Saturday. 
Euclid had one of its better games when 
it played the Elyria Pioneers winning by 
a 31-12 score. The game was disap- 
pointing in that quarterback. Van 
Monroe injured his knee in the first 
series of downs and was out for the 
entire game. His injury required surgery 
and he missed the rest of the season. 
Euclid was able to capitalize with big 
plays throughout the game. Elyria 
fumbled on their first possession and 
the Panthers were able to score. Elyria 
then had to punt and Chris Harrell had 
a good return and Joe Granito scored 
on a pass from Germaine Smith. The 
most exciting play of the game then 
occurred when Euclid fumbled on their 
own 9 yard line and Elyria recovered. 
Chris Harrell intercepted a Elyria pass 
4 yards deep in the end zone and 
returned it for a touchdown. That 104 
yard interception return was a school 
record that will be hard to beat. Elyria 
scored just before the half. Each team 
made a touchdown and Tony Basalla 
kicked a field goal in the second half. 
During the half time ceremonies the 
Queen and King and attendants were 
announced. Tamika Drake was the 
Homecoming Queen while Van 
Monroe was the King. Keyasha Davis 
was the junior attendant and Alana 
Purvis was the sophomore attendant. 

Drake, 
Erin Herzberg, Janelle Muhvic, Jennifer Muhvic and Lizz Slvolv 

al the assembly held in the auditorium on tliursday. 

Homecoming 




candidates. 

Meli.ssa 

Breeding, 

Amanda 

Bachmann, 

Tamilva 



[THE PIONEERS 

ptage for successful weekend 




Jason Mc Cullough, Joe Rinella. Ryan Mc Gill, Oska Sayavongsa, Jesse Scheider and Michael 
Tschantz showing their spirit at the football game. 



1,^ r . Part (if Spirit Week was dressing up in 6n"s and 7n\ attire Here are Sarah 
Lipiec, Andrew Walker, Jean De Wine, Mary Tisi, Allison Penko, Bohby 
: Ashdown, Sarah Ostrander, Kelly Baylog, Kelly Walland and Michelle 
• Wilson shownig how lo dress. 



Jackie 

Richards, 

Samantha 

Spivey and 

Ilya 

Kharin 

show how 

to 

mismatch 

your 

clothes on 

mismatch 

day. 




Eddy Ostrander, Matt Flynt, Mary Tisi, Becky 
Jenkins, Matt Simenc, Angela Indiano and Danny 
Hcising were some of the students that attended the 
bonfire that was held on Thursday evening. 



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A NIGHT UNDEF 

Homecoming dance had higlji 



The Homecoming dance was held on Saturday. October 
16, 1999 in the E-room from 8:00 to 1 1:00 pm. The 
theme was A Night Under The Stars and the music 
was supplied by a DJ playing recorded music. The ballroom 
was decorated with navy blue, silver and white paper and 
balloons which transformed it into a magical place. The 
dance was attended by 300 couples and about 180 singles 
who had their pictures taken and danced the night away. 
When the students got tired they could get refreshments in 
the lobby. The Queen(Tainika Drake) and King(Van 
Monroe), and attendants (junior, Keyasha Davis and 
sophomore, Alana Purvis) were announced at 9:15 and they 
then danced together until everyone was invited in to dance. 
Everyone was dressed up and enjoyed the music and the 
social atmosphere that was present. 
-Kelly Baylog 



Tamika Drake was chosen as the Homecoming Queen and Van Monroe 

was the Homecoming King. The announcement was at the Homecoming 

game. 





Above: A Night Under The Stars was a 

memorable time for most students. 

Right: Jamie Hoffman, Angie Forgus, 

Stephanie Mitchell, Adam Grady, Kendra 

Derganc, Dawn Brazis, Mandi Harris and 

Brandy Kovatich were just a few of the 

students who had a great time at the 

Homecoming dance. 



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THE STARS 

ittendance and was enjoyed by all 





Above: Nicole Tevaice and 
Jessica Locust sang the 
National Anthem at the 
Homecoming assembly. 
Far Left: Junior Attendant, 
Keyasha Davis, receiving 
her banner at the Homecom- 
ing game. 

Left: Sophomore Attendant, 
Alana Purvis, was very 
happy when she received her 
banner at the Homecoming 
game. 



kbove: Dave King, Christine IVIetti, Kelly Hanson, Kirsten Knauss, Aaron Carpenter, Laura 

loss, Nate Dore and Mary Tracy are friends who enjoyed each other's company at the dance. 

iqht: Tamika Drake and Van Monroe were hanging around with some of their freinds at the 




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Seniors were the top class in the school. That was what everyone 
wanted to be. To be a senior held a distinction that separated 
seniors from the underclassmen. Seniors were the wise sages who 
knew everything. They always knew how to make the correct decisions. 
Seniors were at the top in high school but in less than a year they would 
be in college or beginning a job and then they would be at the bottom of 
the pile ready to begin their climb up. 



Above: Nicole Samsa and Liz Skiik arc preparing themselves for the new 

millennium. 

Right Top: Jesse Scheider is helping Mike Tschantz into the next 

ccntur\ . 

Right Middle: Melissa Waina controls the hall while Mary Tisi waits to 

help. 

Right: A.P, Spanish IV students preparing tor the future. 

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H)\e: Bethany Fine is stepping into ihe future with lots of enthusiasm. 

ip Right: Some of these players may be playing in college in the next 

ilennium. 

ght: Janelle Muhvic and Jennifer Muhvic will remain friends into the 

ure. 



Oslia Sayavongsa hopes that what he 
is learning now will help him in the 
future. 

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TOPOFTHEHEAF 

Seniors lead the school into the new millenniun 



This year's seniors were in a 
unique position. The year 2000 
no longer had the 19 as the first 
two digits. The 00 that appeared on all 
the dates looked very different from the 
99 of the year before. Regardless of the 
year, seniors were still seniors. They 
were the students who were the most 
involved in sports and activities. They 
were the ones who were the officers and 
the workers in the organizations. 
Seniors had the most responsibilities 
and accomplished the most. They were 
the members of the school that were 
going to move out into the world the 
next year and move into higher educa- 
tion or move into the workplace. There 
was a lot that they had to look forward 
to as they ended the second millennium. 




Tamika Drake shows her serve on the volleyball 
court. Athletics will probably play an important part 
of her life in the new millennium. 




Mike Suchy works hard to improve his golf game so 
that he can represent his school and be able to enjoy 
personal satisfaction on the golf course. 






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Above: Sara Pfahl sets up the ball so 
her teammates can smash it over. 

Right; Van Monroe was an important 
part of the football team since he was 
quarterback and played defense. 




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Kelly Walland and Michelle Wilson are two 

seniors who work hard, participate in extracur- 
ricular activities and are preparing themselves 
for the new millennium. 



Students 
learned from 
the different 
assemblies 
that they 
attended. 




Above: Mary Tracy serves while Janelle Muhvic waits for the 
return. 

Right: Lindsey Mastalski sets up the ball so it can be hit over the 
net. 

Far Right: Brian Babyak watches the game until it is time to go in. 








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Allison Penko, Mark Lucas, Joe Granito, Andrew Walker and Nadine Kontra arc 

enjoying themselves in the E-Room during lunch. They are probably thinking about what 
they will be doing when the new millennium begins. 




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Alison Marie Abiecunas 



Erin Adams 



Samir Ahmetovic 








Monique A. Aldridge 



Jdshua Alexander 



Christine Amiaoni 



Christopher Anderson 



Tiffany Anderson 








Cesarae Andrews 



Antoinette Aquila 



Bri Aquilano 



Robin Arp 



Bryan Arpin 








Clarence Asberrv 



Robert Ashdown 1 



Dawn Attwood 



Michael Babuder 



Brian Babvak 



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Christopher Bailey 



Emilie Baker 



Rafik Bandy 



KcriiK'lh Banks 



Stephen Baron 



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Aisha Barrett 







Brian Barringer 



Gail Bayko 



Kelly Bay log 



Tameka Beatty 



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Cori Beaumont 



Oriana Belavic 



Tawanda A. Bell 



Knstv Marie Berkheinier 



Ahitiael Biehl 




Justin Billig 




Kelli Bivins 




Matthew Black 




Katherine Blazetic 




Ronncll Bledsoe 




Seniors ^k 23 




Lecretia Bolden 




Donald Brewster 




Melissa Burdette 




LaShauiida L. Cain 





Heidi Bneliaeek 




John Burke 




Latova Cain 




Lakrii Bra/aitis 







Edward Brown 




Sarah Burke 




Nieole Candow 




Dawn Brazis 




Jennifer Brunner 




Christina Burrell 




Christopher Cardiie 




Chervl Brewer 





Amy Burya 




Michael Cardiie 



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ChriJ.Uipher Carlson 



Aaron Carpenter 



Lonnic Carson 



Jessica Chapman 



Jonathan Ciora 








Stephen Cipo 



Christa Clark 



Kristin Clark 



Shawntee Clay 



Toniva demons 








Reginald Cochran 



Antuan Collins 



Carolyn Connelly 



Jo-Anne Cook 



Kathleen Cook 








Nina Cosiano 



Steven Cozart 



Christopher Cremeans 



Frank Cvetkovic 



Jennifer Davies 




Seniors ^k 25 







Ariana Davis 



Cara Janelle Davis 



Deirell Davis 



Sarina Davis 



Derek Deas 





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Sharonda Dickinson 



Zack De La Roach 



Rachel Dixon 



Jordan Domin 



Kristyol Dominique 




Kristin Donner 





Nathaniel Dore 





Tamika Nicole Drake 






Emily Duer 




Jolene Duncan 



Frederick Dwoming 



Adam Dybzinski 



Ashanti Eads 



Adonle Eanes 



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Jonathan Earick 



Ernestine Edinburgh 



Venisha Edwards 



Rachel Eiding 



Cecil Elliott Jr. 




Geoffrey Englebrecht 







Christine Estrict 



Brian Evans 



Edward Farrell 








Christopher Fende 



Bethany J. Fine 



Patrick Finnegan 



Michael Fink 



Kenneth Flonnoy 








Sheeereeda Floyd 



Matthew Flynt 



Danny Fonovic 



Angey Fergus 



Michael Fortunato 




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Leanna Foster 




Vincent Gallon 




Jav P, Gliek II 





Joseph Granito 



Senvvai Fountain 




Ivan Gelo 




Brian Glieken 




Erica D. Grant 



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Richard Gecewich 




Robert Goff 




Brandon Graves 




Lisa Futkos 




Cherran Gipson 



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Michael Gonzalez 




Robert Grays 



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Gina Gaglione 




Kandasha Glenn 




Matthew Gorse 




Amey Griffin 



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Adam Gross 






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Michael Griibach 



La'Wanda Hamclin 



Timolhv Haneline 





Censaora Hardwick 



Dante' Hardy 



DcMiiinic Harris 



Ronald Harris Jr. 



Squlena Harris 




Sharon Hatfield 







Jackie Hayes 



Christopher Heftner 



Tiniothv Hein 



Arek Helcberger 





Chad Henderson 



Erin Herzberg 




Lindsay Hess 




Joanza Hicks 




Dionna Hieains 




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Melvm Hill 





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Rene Hill 





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Matthew Hiscott 








Sonya Holhert 



Jarrod Holmes 



Shavla Holt 



Edward Holtz 



Aisha Howard 




Russell Howard 




Stephanie A. Hughes 





April Humar 




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Jason Hunter 





Angela R, Indiano 



Candice Irvin 



Armand Jackson 



Charles Jackson 



Turquoise Jackson 



30 ^k Seniors 









Jodi Jalovec 



Melissa Jenkins 



Rebeccah Jenkins 



Kerry Jeric 



Mario Jesic 








Ericka Johnson 



Reco Jolly 



Althea Jones 



Christian Jones 



Ebony Jones 




Redon Jones Jr. 




Shikira Jones 





Shawn Joyce 



Tarik Kamara 




Stacy Jones 




Amanda Kane 




Chanell Jordan 




Brian Kane 




Sharonda Jordan 




Sean Kane 




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WHO'S YOUR FAVORITE? 

Seniors vote for their most enjoyable teachers 



Seniors were polled as to who 
was their favorite teacher. 
Forty-five teachers received at 
least one vote. Mr. Jeff Hartmann 
got the most votes for the third year 
in a row. In a three way tie for 
second was Rob Heramb, Marketa 
President and Bill Von Benken. 
Next came Joyce Russo, Sue 
Amato, Jim Kelley Mike Rezzolla, 
Ingrid Koenig, Steve Marcu, Diane 
Maroli, Barbara Ramlow, and 
Chris Torrelli. Other teachers 
mentioned in no particular order 
were: Diane Tizzano, Rhonda 
Scharf, Lisa Langford, Jo-Rita 
Perez, Carol Tkac, Barbra 
Masseria, Jim Simpson, William 
Gray, Reggie Echols, Karen Mc 
Gill, Tom Gibbons, Lucy Pratt, 
Pat Vuyancih, Ron Zucca, Susan 
Withers, Ron Powaski, Christina 
Peterson, Dan Francetic, Jan Ulle, 
Carolyn Heuer, Lisa Platko, Jan 
Severino, Alex Toth, Joe 
Rodriguez, Mike Sustin, Edie 
Mellen, Katie Morris, Bea 
Gruscow, Barbara Spiga and Reiko 
Carey. 

Mr ,Ieff Hartmann and Mr Rob Heramb are some 
of Euclid's favorite teachers. 




SENIORS WENT TRAVELLING 



During the 1999 Spring break 
many Euclid High School 
students traveled overseas 
for nine days filled with excitement 
and adventure. The trip to Europe 
included four days in Paris, France 
and three days in Madrid, Spain. 
The group got to experience two 
new cultures and see many great 
attractions such as the Eiffel Tower. 
El Prado and the Louvre. 
-Sandra Mowery 



Euclid students exploree the sights in Toledo. 
Spain. 

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EARNING EXTRA CASH 

Most seniors feel they need a job after school 



Having a job was a part of many 
senior's lives at Euclid High 
School. More than 76% of the 
eniors responded that they had some sort 
)f job that they went to after school. This 
vas very close to the number of seniors 
eporting having jobs the previous year. 
Umost half of the students who had after 
chool jobs said they worked between 20 
nd 29 hours every week. In 1998-1999 
he 10-19 hour work schedule was the 
fiost popular. The next most popular time 
nterval was 30 to 40 hours per week, 
'his was much more than the previous 
ear when only about 9% were working 
lat long. 



h'-'\e: Chris Carlson needs a job to support the 
oney he spends on his golfing. 

bove Middle: Tina Amigoni setting the ball up so 
;r team mates can score. 

bove Right: Matt Flynt appreciates the time he 
ends on the golf course with the Euclid golf team. 

ight: About 75% of the students in this picture 
ve some sort of a part time job. 



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Thecidore Karpy 



Kasper Karstenscn 



Margaret Keller 



Gabrielle Kelly 



Martin Kenny Jr. 






David Kilkenney 



John Paul Kilroy 



Ebony Kizer 





Nicole Kolcnc 





Jennifer Koller 



Laurel Kuhen 



Allvson Kumel 





Carly La Bounty 



Crystal Langford 




Dvana Langsdale 



Matt Laurich 



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Niesia Lewis 



Jrandon Lintim 



Valenlenc Litlle 



Jessica Locust 



Melissa Longo 




Candace Lonashaw 



Sarah Look 



Mark Lucas 



DiHinv Ludvik 



Katie Lynch 




Dana Majer 



Derik Malenda 



Nicholas Malnar 



Deanna Mance 



Rebecca Marek 





Cynthia D. Martin 



Julio Martinez Jr. 



Sarah Mascia 



Joseph Mash 



Lindsev Mastalski 




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Jason Matthews 



EiTon Mc Clain 



Jason Mi; Cullouah 



Bonnie Mc Gee 



Marie Mc Masters 




Victoria Mc Namaia 




Lauren Mihcii 



Melissa Mc Peek 



Cory Mc Williams 




Ebony Mills 



Laurie Mills 



Randi Meany 




David Mitchell 





Van Monroe III 




Elizabeth Montague 



Jason Moon 



Christopher Moore 



Abygail Morris 



Johnny Moses 



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Sandra R. Mowery 



Amber Mudrauskas 



Christine Mueller 



Tonya Mueller 



Janelle Muhvic 




Jennifer Muhvic 



Nicole L. Mulranev 



Quentin Murdock 



Kiara Murry 



Tiara Murry 




Melissa Niemann 



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Shannon Norfleet 




Mary Norton 



Sean O Bnen 






Oluwakemi Ojo 



Edward Ostrander 



Derrell Pace 




Jermaine Padpette 




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Titfanv Pannel 



Shavoii S. Pannell 



Daniel Paoloni 



Katrina Parker 



Diiial Palel 







Aqueelah Patterson 



La' Erica Patterson 



David Paverchin 



Allison Penko 



Antonio Pettv 






Sara Pfahl 



Ernest Phillips Jr. 



Heather Pica 



Ambrosia Pikovnik 



Charmaine Pinkston 






Gabrielle Plavcan 



Joseph Plesmid 



Douglas Podmore 



Jacqueline Poike 



Nkrumah Pollard II 



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Jamie Raymond 



Tristen Reid 



Syreeta Rembert 



Bridget Resnitc 



Jennifer Anne Rmella 





Aziza Roberts 



Jordan Robinson 




Laura Ross 



William Russo 




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Eric Rvan 



James Salvatore 



Nicole Samsa 



Leanne Sanelli 



Katie Sanicki 




Latasha N. Sanliaiio 



R\an Sarpolis 



Oska Savavonssa 



Eric Scalese 



Erica Scaparotli 




Jesse Scheider 



Sabrina Schneeberc 



Aniv Scliultz 



Hassan Scott 



Mark Sedmak 




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Michael Seitried 



Julia Sergo 



James Shaw 



Krista Shaw 



Melissa Shea 



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Mario Shy 



Matthew Simenc 



Elizabeth Skok 



Mike Sloear 



Andrea Slugich 





Nikeya Smalley 



Aaron Snnth 



Lauren Smith 



Timothy Sacko 



Stephanie Smith 




Julie Socquet 



Paola Sorriento 



Antonio Spencer 



Kristen Stansberry 



Donte Steele 




Erik Stenger 



e 




s- 



Kenneth Stewart 




Shondra Stewart 




Julia Stobierski 




Shawn Stokes 




Seniors^ 41 




Deidra Strode 



Owen Strodtbeck 



Michael Suchy 



Sean Swift 



Stephanie Tamburro 




Dennis Taksar 




Omid Tavakoh 



Fred Taylor III 



Ayo Fenii Terrene 





^ r. 



r 




J. 




Nicole Terrence 



Lakeith Thomas 



Jason Timmons 



Christina Tinss 



Amber Tinker 



42 ^kSeniors 






Jacob Tucker 



Jillian Udovich 



Michael Ulli 



Kristen L. Urhan Courtney Renee Valentine 




Sruiakorn Vannarath 



Lidia Vauters 



Derrick Valentnie 



Danielle Vasko 





Sara Via 



Bryan Vidra 



Christina Voipe 



Melissa Waina 



Andrew Walker 




Seniors^ 43 





V 



Marlin West 



Rav Westbrooks Jr. 



Amiara White 



Brvan White 



Derek Williams 






Eric Williams 



Marcus Williams 



ShanticI Williams 



Dwayne Wilson 



Michelle Wilson 




Kellie Wise 



Cerrissa Wolenski 



Phaedra Wolenski 



Barnett Woodruff 



Kelly Walland, Mrs Christine Torrei 
and Michelle Wilson show off iher n 



PLEASANT MEMORIES 



Most seniors enjoyed their high school year; 



Most seniors enjoyed their years 
at Euclid High School. 82% of 
the seniors who responded 
said that they enjoyed their years at 
Euclid. Last year a little more than 71% 
said that they enjoyed their time at 
Euclid so this year's class showed a 
more positive attitude towards school. 



44 .ASeniors 



HAVE rOU ENJOYED YOUR 
YEARS AT EUCLID HIGH 

SCHOOL D Tes e;o» 



® 



No 1 a OH 



Queen, Tamika Drake and King, Van Monroe 
enjoying a dance at Homecoming. 




HIGHER EDUCATION 

Most seniors looking to go to college 



Higher education was an impor 
tant subject for most of the 
seniors at Euclid. When asked if 
hey planned on going on to college, 
G% said that they were. This was 
pproximately the same percentage that 
esponded the previous year that they 
ad plans to go to college. Many seniors 
scognized the importance of a college 
ducation in the technological society 
lat existed. 




Mary Tisi knows the importance of working hard to 
get a good education and that high school is only the 
beginning of the educational process. 




COMING AND GOING 

^ost seniors did not begin in Euclid Schools 



IV ^"°^^ graduating seniors did not 
\ / 1 attend Euclid Schools all their 
LV Xlives. Only about 43% of all 
raduating seniors reported that they 
Dent all twelve years of their educational 
ves at Euclid. About 13% of the seniors 
'ere here for four years which corre- 
ponds to students entering the Euclid 
"hools as freshmen at the high school, 
pme seniors were only here one year 
'hile others have been in the Euclid 
:hools for eleven and everything in 
etween. 



HAVE you ATTENDED 
EUCLID SCHOOLS ALL YOUR 




TLARS IN EUCUD SCHOOLS 




S2% 
I2 9W 

9« 




MatI 
Laurich, 
Oriana 
Belavic 
and Mark 
Lucas 
working 
hard to 
learn as 
much as 
they can. 



Left: Robin Arp enjoys the time she spends with the Flag Corps hut knows that she will need a 

good education to compete in the world. Seniors i 



45 



MORE SENIORS DRIVINC 

Loss of bussing increases student drivin| 





Students have driven to Euclid for 
more than half a century but 1999' 
2000 was especially significant 
since bussing was terminated because of( 
the loss of an operating levy. Seniors 
were asked whether or not they came to i 
school in a car and more than 91% 
responded that they did. The previous 
year the response to that question 
showed that less than 75% came by car. 
As to whether or not they drove the car 
to school, more than 68% said that they 
drove while last year the response was 
57% 




Top Left: Gina Gaglione gets ready to make an overhand shot. 

Top Right; Dave Kilkenney and Dan Giancola directed the Marching Band on the field, 
ilfi A S Above: Students worked hard in the Hbrary to get their assignments completed. 



Because of the elimination of bussing more student J 
have had to use their bicycles. 



I'M.^IL.i.. 



SENIORS HAVE A HOME 
VIost seniors live in a house 



^ eniors were asked if they lived in a 
^^ house and more than 89% replied 
J that they did. This was up a little 
3m the previous when about 82% of the 
niors responded that they lived in a 
luse. The seniors that did not live in a 
luse lived in apartments located 
roughout the city. 



becca Marek, Lindsay Beck, Bethany Fine, 
byn Arp, Michelle Fine and Chri.ssy Ewing 

)w that you have to he well fed if you are going to 
omplish anything. 



DO YOU LIVE fN A HOUSE 



Left: 
Sandra 
Mowery, 
Nicole 
Kolenc and 
.Jen Roller 
enjoying 
each other's 




Below: Joe 
Tokic and 
Aaron KIco 

waiting for 
their chanee 
to get into 
the game. 



intin Murdock being introduced at the beginning 
le game. 



Nozomi Miyagi sets the ball up for her team mates. 



Seniors J 



47 



RED FACEE 

Seniors describe their embarrassing moment! 



« as pinchiiiL' Chri^iloore's b^linthe hallway 




■.Embarrassing things happened to everyone as they went through their lives. The class of 200f> wa'; a<;ked abo.i3J> 
scgHe of the embarrassing things that happened to them as. tfiejjtjvent through high school and these were t 

iW'onses. "t I " ^'---^ I '-^ -Sf^' - i- 

JM&iiique .\ldrid);i- got caught by Mrs. President when - , 

^oiftn"trouble ' '■ *«. , 0' 

Kelly Baylog and Allii»n Penko were cheering when Euclid wa^ plaxjng at St. Ignatius. The\ bdifa did a jun 

the saiae tinnc when i lit if legs g.ii caught in the middle of the iiimp and they both.fe-lt on the ground in tionl ol ' 

everyone, ' . |, 

Kristy Berkhfinur was walking out to her car on a bright, sunny day and fell in front of a carftathad a really hot 

dude in it and lie s.nd, "Hey, what's up!" 

Abby Biehl drove to school w ith a flat fire and all da_\ people said "Hey .'Vbby, did you know you have a; 

Lecretia Bolden ;:. ii hrown ni.ike up on the back of her pants, 

Nicole Cando« Icll asleep in her English class .iiij when she ui>kc up n*- mie was ther^jiiid sh 

periods of her classes 

Chris Carlson ran )nt" the second Uoorhall mural when he was .1 lu linicn 

Jennifer Davies was a JV eheerleader at the Homecoming game when the h.md played tlie fight sung She didn't 

know the mo\ es so she did her own thing. 

Kristin Donner got her schedule mixed up in tlie middle of tenth grade .mJ w.ilk 

sat there for 15 minutes before realizing she was in the wroiiL' class. She ilidn t icll 

from the class where she belonged. 

Nathaniel Dore was ihe Panther at the io,.iball game .mil w.is walking dow n ilie si 

leader. Nicole Samsa helped him up and told everyone to stop laughing, 

Teena Drake tripped in the hallway the second week of school. 

Rachel Eiding. fainted while at Flag Coips practice in the tenth grade Nicole Johnson began screairdng and 

someone called y I I and an .iiiibulance and a fire truck pulled up and took her to the hospital, 

Kenneth Estes was embarrassed when Mr. Daugherty got on the moi n 1 ir:r announcements, 

Michael Fink was embarrassed when his mother substituted for his ligalih le'acto 




■dill 
the 



.idiiii 



lie science class and 
so she got a cut slip 

..Cheer- 



Nadine Kontra was lea\ ing art class in the ninth grade when the loop on her pants got caught on one of the lockers 
and it tore her pants all down one side and she had to walk to the clinic with her purse on her side so no one saw it. 
Derik Malenda was splashed by Aaron Smith tt ith a beaker of water but he thought it was hydrochloric acid. He 
thrashed arouftd for a few minutes before lie realized it wasn't acid. 

Cynthia Martin was a freshman w hen a senior went through her purse until he. found something really personal and 
began to throw it around the E-room. , ■^-\. 

.Brandon Mc Kinney lost his lirsi 1 .n e in a track meet . 

^arie Mc Masters went Cosmo how ling w iili some friends and got reallj^ hoi so she was flapping her shirt up and 
down. She flapped it too high and Hashed all her friends ^ ■»-. 

Melissa Mc Peek was throwing lip,-gloss to one of fter Jnends and hit a student teacher in the back. 
Janelle Muhvic was pushed dow n the stairs b\ Redba -rojies and landed in.Ihe middle of the hall on her knees. 
Jennifer Muhvic was walking 10 English class |ier freshman year w hen Chris Moore tripped her in the hallway and 
she fell down. He wa,s getting revenge since slie sl.jtiraed the library door closed on hiin .ind knocked him down. 
ShavonPannell had her pager go oil during a test V 

Tiffany Pannell's cousin had her dress up^i Halloween like a bum and she hadio come to school. 
La'Erica Patterson was einban.issed when the eo-workeis at her job found out sqe attended EucliH^Higb School, 
Antonio Petty fell off his bicjele into aparked car. Y x 

^iLee RoyPannell came to school m an outht that was screaming fio ■ "s '. 

^Jennifer Rinella was playing soe eer against Shaker Heights and w as tr\ ing to gel the ball away from her opponent 
;when the ball hit her in the face and she couldn't remember anything thai liappened 

'^ziza Roberts was raakingiliin of the opposing basketball tejun as a fresliman an dti;!} dpwn the bleachers three 
'rtlmes. s^ 

(Jordan Robinson went to the wrong cla^js as a fieshmm since he had his period^iixed up. 
Jilamon Rogers was running through the- 2nd floor hallway by Mr. O'ToSlfes's room and someone opened their doi 
]|iid he ran into it and fell on the floor heading his nose andjtlropping his book 





S(n people as the\ 
I never wanted to have that kind of hair when she w^ 



fcd a m issive hole in 



I Waina was sitting wiih Dave Banach at a basfl 

pipi. She sa'waJitoinan with white hair ^nd s.tid thai 
he lady w as Dave's nlfcni. 

5na "tt'ebsler was in an,*th grade track meet .aid was runnipg'Rlirdles when she fell. , 
Michelle Wilson went 10 a water park in Williamsbulfg anfl went down a.« ;)fer slida*<. rtfch^reSbd 
the buttof%r swim Sim. * fe ^ ' '"^ <" 

The nt^tconinion eiiij^arras.sing moment has to tojjS^Jffi stairs, either falhii^ up 01 .l.i\yn.i sei oi siairs The 
Jolliwiaflg seniors all haiwiiieiderits inyolvingstairsjiAlison Abiecunas, I'iffany Viulerson, Dawn AttwoodJ 
thristipherCardile.Derrell Davis, Emily Duer. Bethany Fine, .la.N Click. Kerr\ Jerit, Shikira Jones Maggtc 
[K^I^Jeniiifer KoUcr, Crystal Langford. \ aknlene I ittle, Joseph Mash, lasun Matthews, Bonnie Mti'Cejjj. ,jg 
-■^BurieMfedves, Sandra Mowery, Tonya Mueller. Nicole Mulraney, Latasha N; Santiago and Stephaifre'*''' ' . 

nburro. 



self tripping ' 



Danny Fonovic found.a picture of h 
over .1 soccer ball in the yearbook 
Angela Forgus was laughing so liard.jii iiunh era^ 
that apple luiGc shot eiuL-of her nose i^ 

Rickv Gecewich gotldck^d out ol tlj£ planetariunj, 
freshman when he lumf^Vn top of the star priMg 
I ibinet S' 1 he eould deliver a de\ astating elbow dn 
oii^ncol his class mates. m • 

-Jackie Hayes was at Bonnie MJtee's"jBl|e ani 
•^chasing after Taryn l.auricli .inSslippePa^fcll 
on her face,^ 

Lindsa$jJiess was pfek^ up after .scJiaeJ b> 
mother w ho still had Ifcr curiers in. TWre w as a field 
trip for some students w ho boarded their bus laughinj 
iSiephanie Hughes was ia jKe E-room when the 
■electricity went off and lotted back in her Siaii;t< 
if the cameras were still c|i'and tipped o\eSBS) 
Angela Indiano got rear-ended after seh<||i 
Redon Jones shot the basketball into ilie wrong 
basket. 

Kasper Karstensen got his ass kicked ingolf by Phi 
Bojc, but that Qiily hapJJened a couple of times. *' 
Nyesha Knight fell on ht;r face walkmadn some heel 
in a restaurant. I|^ 

Nicole Kolenc dropped all her book 05' the stairs. 




Laura Ross dropped her lunch tray her fresh m.in yea 
and the lunch ladv made her clean up the mess 
Katie Sanicky was lakmg practice shots in soeeer 
tripped over the net and fell and the goal fell a 
front of tlie boy s team 

Erica Scaparotti w 1 ibarrassed when MiK 
called her over to talk t ^ 1 im and he flipped h 
Sabrina Schneeberg h I i bad fi 1 st day at Ei 
School bec.aise she did not kno'iv anyone. 
Jidia ^ergo went out to ciil .hkI assumed she h.iJ 
money because she alwa\ s did V\ he^thechee k 
she found out she didn 1 have the c sh so shell. 
ill cliaage. She i.iiiie up 1 little shoit so the casl- 
she'd take care of the last U) cents ^ 
Melissa Shea ■W4S;telling a stor\ to one ot her i 
about someone else and when she turned around th: 
soniCLine else was standing there and had heard die 
whole story. 
Mike Slogar got caugttfcjjv his mother with a e 

.lulie Stobierski waBffii^S4|\ e ai an aua) n . et an 
freaked out in midair and landed on her back. 
.Amber Tinker was'pijled down Ihe hall 100 fast and 
she fell in front of everyojje. 

Marj^Tisi forgot her appcijpi late s|iorts under garmen 
for soccer and was force(|into i.iping. She ended up 
thoiiehi about tapin>: hersel 



inh 



with the best cleavage a 
for Homecoming. 
Mary Tracy attempted i 
junior but it came out lol 
dyed it fuscia and everyi 




tair bright blue as i\ 
ereen. She then ' 
fiiit okay. ' 

Jillian Udovich had herxhair kicl^nut from 
underneath her by Kern^Jeric in th^niddle of the E- 1 



nstcn uroan w^as III ITItf cafeteria and Christy 1 

Gecewich pushed her chair out from under her as she 
was about to sit down. She fell on the floor in front ol 
the entire cafeteria. 



4S 



kSeiuois 



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PARTICIPATING SENIORS 

Senior class members active in the school 



mbifrs of the senior class were active in clubs and organizations within the school. Here is a list of activitic'^ 
ii Ihc seniors submilted about their years at Euclid. 

son Marie Abiecunas: Orchestra 9,10.1 1.12: Big Show Pit Orchestra 9.11,12. 

Lnique .4. Aldiidgc Student Council 9.10,1 1 , 1 2, Vice-President 1 2: Drill Team 9, 10. 11 . 1 2, President 12: 
.■r Tutoring 10,11,12: Voices Choir 9,10,1 1,12: Choral Masters 10: Poetry Ciub 10.11.12. 
)risttaeAmigoni:Volkiball 9,10,1 1,12: Softball 9: Key Club 9,10,1 1.1 2 NHS 11,12; Yearbook 12: Career 
ploralion 10. 

fau\ Anderson: Tr:ick ') (lospcl Choir 9.1(1,1 1,12: Drill Team II. 
lii.iiiflleAquila. CRUX 10.1 1.12. Student Leader 12: NHS 11.12: Choraliers II. 
1 Aciuilano: KeyCluh9.lll Si.ltball 9; Survey 9,10. 
wn Altwood: Soccer II: Sollball 9.10,1 1,12: Choral Masters 10,11,12. 

Ily Baylog: Football Cheerleader 9,10.1 1,12: Basketball Cheerleader 9,10,1 1,12: Student Council 9,10,12, 
iss Repiesentaative 9,10,12; Key Club 9.10,1 1 ,12, Secretary 10,1 1: Cultural Club II: Career Explorations 
0,11.12: NHS 11,12: Yearbouk 11,12: Office Runner 12: AFS 12 
wando A, Bell: Studeni Council 9; ROTC 1 (1, 1 1 . 

isly Berkheimcr: Majorette 9.10.1 1: Key Club 9.10.1 1; Student Council 9.10,1 1,12; APS 1 1: Choral Masters 
: Bic Show9,ll,12:Holiday Play 9. 

ligael Biehl; Band 9.11X1 1.12. Vice-Pre.sidcnt 12; Key Club 10,1 1,12. Vice-President 1 1. President 12; Soccer 
0.1 1.12. Captain 12: Writins Tutor 12; Big Show Pit Orchestra 11,12 nrcbestra 9,10.1 1,12; Student Council 
,12, .lunior Representative I I 
crcliaBolden Choral .Mjsiers 10.11. 

cole (andow; Mediation 11,12; Key Club 10; Choral Masters 10,11,12. 
.irislopher Carlson; NHS I 1,12; Golf 9,10,1 1,12: Key Club 9,10: CRUX 9,10; Yearbook 1 1,12; Career 

tplorations9, 10,11. 
ron Carpenter: Audio Visual Club 9.10,1 1,12 Career E,xplorations 9,10,1 1.12; Survey 11.12. 
ihert Cirino; OWE 12 



Jennifer Davies; Volleyball 9: Choral Masurs 9.10.1 1; Varsity Chorale 12; Marching Band 10.1 1.12. Section 

leader/Squad Leader 12; Concert Band 10,1 1.12. Section Uader 12: Jaz2 Band 11,12; KOTB 10,11,12: 

Cheerleading 11: Softball 1 1,12; Big Show 1 1 , 1 2: Orchestra 12: Ski Club 11,12; Wai Napolo 10,1 1,12; NHS 

11,12; Fall Play 12. 

Nathaniel Dorr: Studeni Council 9,10,1 1,12, Representative 9,10. Treasurer II, President 12; Peer Tutor 10; 

Fall Play 10,1 1: Varsity Chorale 10,1 1,12, Treasurer 1 1. Vice President 12: Peer Mediation 9.10.1 1,12. Office 

Manager 12: Mascot 11; KOTB 11,12 Big Show I 1.12. Student Assistant Director 11: Choral Masters 9 

Tamika Nicole Drake Volleyball 9. Ill, 1 1. 1 2. Captain 12 B jskciball 9. Kl.l 1 , 1 2. Captain 10.1 1 . 1 2 Softball 

9.10.11,12, CapLiMi 9 11 12; Student Ciuncil 9.11.12. Senior Representative 12 Key Club 12; Orchestra 

9.10.1 1.12; Peer Mediator 11,12;; Peer Tutor 10,11,12. 

Teena Marie Drake: NHS 11.12. 

Kristin Donner; Mediation 9.10.1 1,12. Student Council 9. 

Emily Duer: Soccer 10: Hockey 10; Softball 11.12. 

Rachel Eiding Flag Corps 1 0. 1 1 . 

Bethany J. Fine: Choral Masters 9.10.11.12; Flag Corps 10.1 1.12. Captain 12: Marching Band 9: Mediation 

9.10.1 1.12; Big Show 1 1; CRUX 9.10.1 1.12: NJROTC 9.10.1 1.12. Ensign II. 

Michael Fink; Football 9; Basketball 9.10; Key Club 11.12; Survey 12: NHS 1 1.12; CRUX 12, 

Sheereeda Floyd Tija9; Drill Team 9,10.1 1. Captain II: Gospel Choir 10.11 

Angey Forgus; Student Council 9: CBE 12 

Jay P. Click II; Wre-iling 9. 

Erica D. Grant: Indoor Track 9.12: DECA 12; Gospel Choir 9.10,1 2: Drill Team 9,10: Mediation 12; 

Basketball Aide 9,10. 

Jackie Hayes: Career Hsplorations 10.1 1.12 

Erin Herzberg: Wai Napolo 9,10. 1 1.12. Senior Show Director 12; Peer Mediation 10.1 1.12. Advanced 

Mediator 12: Peer Tutor 9, 10,1 1,12; DARE 11: Student Council 12: NHS 11,12 

Lindsay Hess: Peer Tutor 10: Mediation 9,10,1 1,12, Advanced Mediator 11,12: NHS 11,12. 

Leon HowartI; OWA 10,1 1,12. 



lephanie A. Hughes: Student Council 9,10,1 1 ,1 2: Big Sho 



Softball 9 NHS 11,12 SADD 10,11,12, 
csidem 12: KOTB 10,11,12; Soccer 11,12; Key Club o, 1 0.1 I Cultural Club 11.12: Chorjlicrs 9: Choral 
listers 10; Varsity Chorale 11,12. 

Ingela K. Indiano: Soccer 9.10,1 1,12: Cheerleading 9, 10: Softball 9 AFS 11,12, Career Esploralions 11,12, 
andicc Iriin OWA 9: OWE 10,1 1; Fashion Show 9. 
irry ,Ieric: Volleyball 9,10: Softball 9, 
lario Jesic; Soccer 1 1. 

Ithea Jones; Cross Country 10; Track 9.10. Euclid Scholar 9.10.11, 
iiikira Jones; Peer Tutor 9,10; Vocational Nursing Program 1 1,12, 

cdtm Jones Jr,; Football 9,10.11.12; Basketball 9.10.1 1,12 Indoor Track 9,10,1 1,12; Outdoor Tr.ack 
111.11,12. 

hawn Joyce: Band 9.10.11,12- Swimming I 1,12: Softball II. 
asper Karslensen: Golf 12; AFS 1 1,12. 
bony Kizer: Drill Team 9, 
irsten Knauss; Swimming 9.10.1 1,12, Captain 11,12 Tennis 9,10,1 1,12, Co-captain 12: Varsity Chorale 

2, Secretary 12: Track 10,11.12: Key Club 9. Survey 9.10,12 
icole Kolenc: Wat Napolo 10,12 Key Club 12 

nnifer Koller; Choraliers 9; Choral Masters 111 Varsity Chorale 11,12, President 12: Big Show 9,11; 
udent Council: Wai Napolo 12, 
attLuurieh; Football 9,10,11,12, Track 11, 

rk Lucas: Football 9,10,1 1.12, Baseball 9.10.1 1.12 
lanaMajer; Wai Napolo 9,10; NHS 1 1,12; Student Council 12: Office Runner 12. 
lerik Malenda; Ski Club 10.1 1.12; iWS 1 1,12, Vice-President 12: Academic Challenge 10,11,12, Captain 
1,12 Euclidian 1 1; Survey 11.12, 

ebecca Marek; Track 1 1 ; Choral Masters 1 1,12; Flag Corps 12 Peer Tutor 12: NHS 11.12. 
■ynlhia D.Martin: Track 9.10: Mediation 9.10,1 1,12 Drill Team 11,12, 
arah Mascia. Volleyball 9: Softball 9,10,11,12: Basketball 9,11,12 

ind,sey Mastalski: Volleyball 9,10,1 1.12; Basketball 9.10.1 1.12. JV Captain II; Softball 9,10,1 1,12: Key 
lub 9,10,1 1,12; Soccer 12: NHS 11,12; Ski Club 12; SAVE 12: Yearbook 12, 



talie Sanicky; Soccer 10,11,12; Cultural Club 10,11: Peer Tutor 11,12: Survey 11,12: NHS 11,12; Future 
;duc.ltors 11,12: Writing Assistant 11,12: Key Club 12, Scrapbook 12, 
-atasha N, Santiago; Drill Team 9,10 Attendance Runner 11,12. 

esse SchelderCross-Country 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12: Swimming 9,10,11,12, Captain 12; Baseball 9: Track 
0,11,12, Co-Captain 12, 

nliaSergo: Swimming 9,10; Key Club 10; Diving 10: PSEOP 11,12. 

''felissa Shea; Key Club 9, 10.1 1,12, Secretary 12: Cheerleading 11; Gymnastics 12; Career Explorations 
0,11,12: NHS 11,12; Survey 12, 
lario Shy: Band 9,10,1 1, 12; Baseball 9, 10.1 1,12, 
Uikc Slogar; Basketball 10, 
'anl Sorriento; OWE 11.12. 

ulia Stobierski: Volleyball 9.10.1 1.12 Diving 10.1 1; Softball 9,10,11,12; Key Club 10; DARE Role Model 
0,11,12; NHS 11,12; Office Runner 11,12 Lab Assistant 1 1: Junior Homecoming Attendant 1 1: Holiday Play 

itephanle Tamburro: Poetry Club9,IO,ll,12, 
Vmber Tinker; Poetry Club 9. 

rIaryTisi:Soccer9,10,ll,12. Captain9.12;Divinp9.10,ll.l2. Cnptain9.10,ll,l2 Track 10,11.12: 
.'heerleader 12; NHS 1 1.12: Key Club 9,10,11,12: Career Evplorations 9,10,11,12 Ski Club 12: Lab Assistant 
1,10.11,12: Yearbook 11.12: .Student Council 10,1 1,12, Class Representative 10,11,12: AFS 12 
vlary Tracy: Key Club 9, 1 0, 1 1,12, Sophomore Representative, Treasurer 12: Survey 9,10,1 1,12, News Editor 
1,12: Tennis 10,11.12: Softball 9: Eucuyo 10,1 1,12, Ediior 10.1 1.12: CaiMr Explorations 10.11: Peer Tutor 
0.11, 

liUian Udovich; Office Runner 9,10,1 1,12: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12. Softball 9.10,11,12. 
Krislen L. Urban: Flag Corps 9.10. 1 1 : Office Runner 1 0. 1 1 . 

Courtney Kenee Valentine; Yearbook 9.10: Track Aide 9: Tennis 11: Peer Tutor 11: Student Council 11; Key 
:iub 11.12- Business Club 12. 



:ight: Joe Granito was an important part of the football team as a 
/ide receiver. 

ar Right; Laura Ross was an important part of the tennis team since 
he played first singles. 



Bonnie Mc Gee: Basketball 9: Volleyball 9.12: Softball 10, 

Marie Mc Masters NJROTC 9: Choral Masters 12. 

Melissa Mc Peek Football Trainer 9.10: Unit Office 12: Athletic Office 9: Security Office 10. 

Laurie Medves Office Runner 1 I. 

Ebony Mills FHMA 10. President 10; SADD 12: CBE 12 

Abygail Morris Volleyball 9 Cheerleader 10; Drill Team 12: Basketball Trainer 11.12 Baseball Trainer 10: 

Track 12 Gymnastics 12 

Sandra R. Mowery; Soccer 9.10.1 1.12. Co-captain 12: Softball 9.10.11.12: Mediation 9.10.1 1.12. Advanced 

Mediator 12: Peer Tutor 9.10.1 1.12: Key Club 12 Yearbook 11.12 

Jennifer Muhvic, Drill Team 9.10: Basketball Aide 10,11,12 Football Aide 11,12, 

Lee Roy Pannell Gospel Choir 10,1 1 Office Runner 1 I 

Shavon S, Pannell; Studeni Council 11,12; Drill Team 10 Mediation 12; Career Exploration i 1,12 

Dinal Patel Student Council 9.10,11.12. Class Representative 111,12: Spirit Club 9,10: Chnic Runner 10,1 1,12; 

Mediation 11,12 

Allison Penko: Football Cheerleader 9,10.1 1,12: Key Club 9,10,1 1,12, Freshman RepresenUtivc 9, Vice 

President 10, President 12:: Student Council 9,10,11,12. Sophomore Representative 10. Senior Representative 

12: NHS 11.12, Treasurer 12; DARE 11: Peer Tutor 11,12: AFS 12: Career Explorations 9,10,1 1.12: Yearbook 

12: Basketball Cheerleader 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2. 

Antonio Petty; OWE 12 

Jacqueline Poike: CRUX 9,10, Leader 9,10: AFS 9,10, 1 1,12 Band 9,10 Career Explorations 9.10,1 1,12, 

Bridget Resnik; Swimming 9, 111. 11. 1 2, Captain 12: Sofiball 9: Yearbook 11,12: Track 11,12, 1 

Jennifer Rinella: Soccer 9,10,11,12: Peer Tutor 10,11,12: NHS 11,12. 

Aziza Roberts: Basketball 9,10,1 1 ,12, u 

Jordan Robinson: NHS 11,12 Tennis 9, »» 

Ramon Rogers F.iniball 9,111: Track 1 1,12; Choir 1 1 .1 2 AV 1 1 , 12; Mediator 12 

Laura Ross: Teams 9, 10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Key Club 10,1 1,12, Senior Representative 12: Surrey 10,11 12 

Production Manager 1 1 , Co-Editor;3j£M|n2;^NHSnj2j^ 

Leanne Sanelli: Drill Team 10. 



Melissa Waiaa: Soccer 9.10,11,12, Captain 12; AFS 10,11,1 2, President 12: NHS 11,12 Ski Club 9,10,12: 

Office Runner 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Career Explorations 9,10, 1 1,12. 

Andrew Walker: Soccer 9; Football 10.1 1,12, IV Captain 11; Big Show 9.11,12: Track ITNHS 11,12. 

President 12; Key Club 9: Career Explorations 10.1 1,12; Ski Club 9.10.1 1,12: Varsity Chorale 10,11 

Yearbook 12; Academic Challenge 10,1 1.12: Spain/France Trip 12, 

KeUy Walland: NHS 11.12 Key Club 9: Student Council 10 

Joshua Weidensall: NJROTC 9.1(1. 11. 12. 

Michelle Wilson Swimming 9.10.1 1.12. Captain 12: Flag Corps 9.10.1 1,12. 

Cerrisa Wolenski: Poetr)' Club 9: OWE 1 1 : DCT 12. 





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Euclid had many different kinds of sports if a student wanted to' 
participate in some form of athletic competition. The freshmen h 
their own set of teams while upperclassmen usually played on thi 
varsity or junior varsity level. One very significant difference this year, 
however, was the installation of pay-to-play for all sports and activities. 
Because of the loss of five levies spanning over several years, students i 
to pay fifty dollars to participate in a sport or activity. This was a one tii 
fee which enabled a student to participate in as many sports or activities 
for the one fee. 




Brandon Linton did a great job of carrying the ball 
throughout the season. 
50 ^k Sports Divider 



The football team watching what is happening on the field. 



THE SECOND 



e 



n 



n 



I 



u 



m 



SPORTS 



ef.v: Tony Basalla and Joe Zuzic working hard to 
k hall down the field. 
I I he Cross-Country team begins a race at Sims 








Top: the tennis team learns who will he playing which 
position before a match. 
Above: Mary Tisi getting the ball to the goal. 
Left: The volleyball team gets ready to receive the 
^^"^- Sports Divider A 51 



MAKING THE MOSl 

Football team made playoffs but didn 



The Euclid Panther football team 
finished the season with an 
overall record of 7-4 and 4-2 in 
the L.E.L. They were able to make the 
playoffs since 1999 was the first year in 
which twice as many teams were in the 
playoffs as were in previous years. They 
had some tough games and lost when 
they were playing someone who was not 
as good as Euclid was. The team also 
suffered when quarterback. Van Monroe 
injured his ACL in the Homecoming 
game and was out for the rest of the 
season. Euclid just didn't have enough 
good players to afford to lose any of 
them to injuries. The beginning of the 
season saw an offensive line that had a 
hard time protecting the quarterback and 
opening up holes for the running backs. 
This improved as the year progressed but 
never became the dominant force of 
previous years. The defense did fairly 
well but many players were playing on 
both offense and defense which took a 
toU on their energy. The season was 
exciting but not as emotional as in 
previous ones. 

Several Euclid players were 
picked by the News Herald to be on their 
All-Star team. Chris Harrell, Quentin 
Murdock and Van Monroe made the 
First Team. Brandon Linton, Mark 
Lucas, Flint Harris and Joe Granito 
made the Second Team. Van Monroe, 
Andrew Walker and Shaun Chatman 
got a Special Mention while Dion Elie, 
John Davis, Terry Howell, Paul 
Cunningham and Dan Heising got an 
Honorable Mention. Van Monroe was 
picked as the MVP for the team. 
Quentin Murdock was the Defensive I 
Lineman of the Year. Mark Lucas was " 
the Offensive Lineman of the Year. Dan 
Heising and Terry Howell were the 
Most Improved while Andrew Walker 
and Joe Granito got the Coaches 
Award. 



Middle Right: Brandon Linton and Van Monroe 

sprinting around the end for good gain. 
Right: The defense gels ready to stop the Elyria 

offense. 

Football 




Coach. Mike Barnauskas. explains strategy to Andrew Walker, Frank Negolfka and Matt Laurich. 




OF LESS TALENT 

I 

kave the ability of previous years 







'~~V . "^^ 




tball Row one Coaches T. J. Florkiewicz, Tom Gibbons, Mike Sheck, Roy PIgnatiello, Tom Banc, IVIike Barnauskas, Chet Nolan, IVIike 
zolla, Jack Lardomita. Row two: Elizabeth Montague, Jennifer Muhvic, Sandy Hausen, Wendy Kubala. Row three: Ron Hill, Herbert Webster, 
t Harris Brian Henderson, Ruchard Suchy, Gary Reidel, Raymel Early, Greg Smith, Joseph Tokic. Row four Michael Alexander, Paul 
C iningham Richard Devor, Michael Vince, Sam Scaparotti, Shaun Chatman, Terry Howell, Terrence Matthews, John Davis.Row five: Dennis 
1 Ml Brandon Kizer Weston Johnson, Robert Head, James Clark, Devin Chrcstoff, Dan Heising, Chris Harrell, Germaine Smith, Dion Elie Row 

Robert Gecewich, Lester Spence, Anthony Basalla, Brad Kitchen, Nicholas Muhvic, Kevin Estes, Robert Lassiter, Frank Negolfka, Doug 
*3|.ves, Willie Bender Row seven: Joe Granito, Van Monroe, Quentin Murdock, Andrew Walker, Mark Lucas, Matthew Launch, Brian Babyak, 
Linton, Jermaine Padgette, Aaron KIco, Jarrod Holmes. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 
OPPONENT US THEM 




Lal;e Catholic 


7 


13 




Strongsville 


34 


22 


f 


Benedictine 


21 


7 


..M 


Shaker Hts, 


7 


21 




Valley Forge 


33 


7 




Mentor 


28 


27 




Lakewood 





27 




Elyria 


31 


12 




Cleveland Hts. 


13 


12 




Bedford 


28 
Playoffs 







St. Ignatius 


14 


28 




SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 4 




LEAGUE RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 


mi 


LEAGUE FINISH Third 







coaches and the players watching the actions on 
field. 



The players along the sidelines watch the activity on 
the field in anticipation of entering the game. 



Football 



53 



THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES 
Euclid football coach, Tom Banc 



Fourteen years ago, Tom Banc took 
over as head football coach at 
Euclid High School. Previous to 
that time, Euclid had some good teams 
but season records ended up around .500. 
Tom came from Lake Cathohc and saw 
the potential for growth and strength in 
the Euclid sports program. What fol- 
lowed was fourteen years of the best 
records and the most exciting football 
that Euclid has ever known. Many of the 
best players that Euclid ever had came 
through during these fourteen years. 
Names like Robert Smith, Pepe 
Pearson and Tony Fisher were some of 
the best running backs that Euclid or any 
other school ever had. Euclid produced 
many players that went to Division I 
colleges and then went into professional 
sports. Tom tried to instUl into his players 
pride and the desire to achieve their best. 
As Tom remarked when he first came to 
Euclid,"! never knew what speed was 
until I came to Euclid". Maybe Tom just 
came at the right time or the right things 
began happening because Tom came. 
Whatever it was he was a hard act to 
follow. Tom became the Athletic Direc- 
tor for all of Euclid's sports after his 
coaching ended. 



Thanks For 
« MEMORIES! 




Quintin Murdock, Andrew Walker and Matt 
Laurich get ready to take their stance so Van Monroe 
can take the snap. 



Mike Alexander gets ready to take the snap from 
Dennis Strell tor the J.V. team. 



54 



Football 



Football aides, Diondra Smith. Alana Purvis, Sai ' 
Hansen, Jennifer Muhvic and Janelle Muhvic w: i 
as Liz Montague applies a bandage. 



COACH BANC 

letires from coaching after 14 years 




;hman Football. Row one: James Paige, Michael Bullock, Dale Welch, Jerry Gatewood, Joe 
nauskas Row two: Dan Horton, Rashaun Kizer, Dorian James, Jermaine Jefferson, Drew Pearson, 
ian Larch. Row three: Justin Luster, Wellington Jones, Corey Russell, Ed Gamero, Michael Boone, 
Hutcherson Row four: Coach. Sam Santilli, Greg Melton, Rob Thompson, Dan Frowerk, Elliott 
lianis, Terry Stewart, Jerome Young, Coach. Dennis Windham. 




JV FOOTBALL 




OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Lake Catholic 





19 


Benedictine 





20 


Shaker Hts. 


14 


6 


Valley Forge 


20 


8 


Mentor 


12 


26 


Lakewood 





20 


Elyria 


14 


12 


Cleveland Hts. 


24 


20 


Bedford 


6 


20 



FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 
OPPONENT US THEM 



X 



Above: The running of Michael Harrison should be 

able to help the teams in the future. 

Above Left: The J.V. defense getting ready to stop the 

opponent. 

Below: Varsity players getting some water between 

possessions. 



Strongsville 





24 


Shaker Hts. 


12 


2 


Valley Forge 


6 


14 


Mentor 


6 


19 


Lakewood 


6 


6 


Elyria 





20 


Cleveland Hts. 


16 


8 


Bedford 


22 


40 



SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 6 
LEAGUE RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH Second 



SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 5 TIE 1 
LEAGUE RECORD WON 2 LOST 4 TIE 1 
LEAGUE FINISH Fourth 



...*«a»s^'w«^"*^:- 




NETTING A WINNING 

Lady Panther tennis finishes over .50(1 



The 1999 Euclid Panther Tennis 
Team finished the season with a 
8-6 record overall and 5-3 in the 
L.E.L. which was good enough for a 
fourth place finish which was the same 
as they finished the previous year when 
they had the best record in at least a 
decade. The team showed good promise 
for the future since MVP, Christina 
Hagenbaugh, was only a sophomore and 
the other singles player, Christine 
Metti, was a junior. The team also had 
other good underclassmen like Shniti 
Malik, Allison Baranowski and Kelly 
Hanson who should provide a good 
nucleus for the coming year. Laura Ross 
was chosen as the Most Improved player. 
Mr. Peter Swope and Ms. Lucy Pratt 
were the team's coaches. 




Christine Metti shows her backhand which helped 
her win many points. 



Christina Hagenbaugh using her backhand to get t 
ball back to her opponent. 




Girl's Tennis, Row one: Alison Baranowski, Gina Gaglione, Shruti Malik, Vickie Bowser, Laura Ross, Melissa Longo. Row two: Christina 
IHagenbaugh, Elizabeth Boone, Rebecca Nyers, Mary Tracy, Mia Dotson. Row three: Coach Pete Swope, Kirsten Knauss, Christine Metti, Kelly 
Hanson, Jamie Strell, Janelle Muhvic, Coach, Lucy Pratt 



56 



Tennis 



SEASON 

br only the second time in the decade 



GIRL'S VARSITY TENNIS 
PPONENT US THEM 

astlake North 3 

rush 

layfield 

ainesville Harvey 

ake Catholic 

'alley Forge 

arma 

leaumont 

'leveland Hts. 

lormandy 

;iyria 
ttlentor 
plakewood 

haker His. 

lEASON RECORD WON 8 LOST 6 

EGUE RECORD WON 5 LOST 3 

.EAGUE FINISH Fourth 




Above: Kelly Hanson uses her height to get a good 
placement for her serve. 



Top: Gina Gaglione watches Kirsten Knauss prepare 
to return a ball. 

Above: Christina Hagenbaugh uses her backhand to 
return the serve. 

Tennis 



STROKING TOWARDS 

Golf team showed advancement 



The Panther Golf Team showed a 
lot of spirit and talent as it went 
through the 1999 season. Many of 
the golfers had very good rounds which 
helped the team to a fifth place finish out 
of eleven teams in the L.E.L. They 
finished in eighth place out of 21 teams 
in the sectionals. The team was led by 
Phil Bojc, Kasper Karstensen and Rich 
Rohl and were followed closely by Matt 
Flynt, Mike Fortunate and Mike 
Suchy. These players kept Euclid in the 
running and even though they may not 
have won the match, they were not very 
fai- behind. Phil Bojc was chosen as the 
MVP for the Varsity squad while Mark 
FetterofT was MVP for the J.V. team. 
Rich Rohl earned the Best Individual 
Round award while Mark Fortunate 
was the Most Improved. The team should 
show good prospects for the future since 
it was mainly made up of underclassmen 
and only lost a few seniors. Mrs. Bar- 
bara Ramlow was the coach for the 
team. 





gSP^^^" 


■■ — :- 


OPPONENT 


LS **, 


THEM 


Springvale 


11/24 ^ 




Cleveland Hts. 


Invit. 4/12 1* 




7 Hills Inv:t. 


30/32/ i 




Valley Forge 


156r'' 


154 


Shaker Hts. 


183 


172 


Mentor 


183 


155 


Eastlake North 


158 


176 


Parma 


165 


186 


Garfield 


•^^■■-" 


210 .' 


Normandy 


- 166*^ ' 


144 


Lakewood 


180 


177 


^^ Elyria 


169 


171 


Cleveland Hts. 


169 


179 


Bedford 


169 


185 


Wooster Invit. 


14/18 




Mentor 


166 


162 


Shaker Hts. 


166 


180 


Parma 


153 


168 


Garfield 


ii 


196 


Normandy 


151 


Lakewood 


159 


Elyria 


181 


Cleveland Hts. 


172 


188 


Bedford 


172 


198 


Chagrin Falls 


162 


173 


L.E.L. 


5/11 




Valley Forge 


162 


183 


Sectionals 


8/21 




SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 8 


LEAGUE FRECORD WON 12 LOST 8 




^^-S. _ 




58 A Golf 








Golf Row one: Steve Cahill, Mark Fetheroff, Mike Suchy, Chris Carlson, Mike Fortunate Row two: 
Jerrod Jones, Eddy Ostrander, Jacob Mc Cullough, Brian La Bounty, Coach. Barb Ramlow . Row three 
Matt Flynt, Kasper Karstensen, Phil Bojc, Greg Sattler, Rich Rohl, Jon Nosan. 




Phil Bojc and Kasper Karstensen were two of the best players on the Euclid golf team and usually had the 
lowest scores for the matches. Before the matches they would practice driving the ball off the tees. 



IMPROVEMENT 

IS it matured throughout the season 




1 Rohl got the award for the Best Individual 
nd. He has played many different courses around 
:ountry to perfect his skills. 



Mike Fortunate received the award for the most 
Improved player. He had to do a lot of practicing in 
order to help his skills. 



Brian La Bounty and Jon Nosan had to do a lot of 

practicing in order to improve their skills to where 
they wcHild help the team. 




The golf team did not have to worry about being 
distracted by a lot of cheering fans as they made their 
way around the courses that they played. 

Golf ▲ 59 



DIG OR DIE 

Volleyballers worked hard together to get the ball set u} 



The Panther volleyball team 
finished the season the season 
with a 12-10 record which was 
commendable considering it was the first 
year for Ms. Lisa Simon as head coach. 
The seniors were the focus of the team 
and consisted of Tina Amigoni, Tamika 
Drake, Allyson Kumel, Lindsey 
Mastalski, Nozomi Miyagi, Sara Pfahl 
and Julie Stobierski. They worked hard 
both on and off the court to keep the 
spirit up and the team focused. Tamika 
Drake was chosen as the MVP while 
Julie Stobierski was the Most Improved. 
Tamika Drake was also chosen to be on 
the News Herald First Team. Tina 
Amigoni was chosen to be on the News 
Herald Second Team. 




mmi 




Varsity Volleyball, Row one Tina Amigoni, Julia Stobiersl<i. Row two: Nozomi Miyagi, Caria 
OI<orn, Cory Mc Redmond, Mary Pat Pavicic, Nicole Raia. Row ttiree: 9th grade Coach, Rhonda! 
Scharf, Tamika Drake, Erika Stahre, Head Coach, Lisa Simon, Allyson Kumel, Sara Pfahl, 
Lindsey Mastalski, JV Coach, Jill Enneper 




JV Volleyball, Row one: Nicole Passalaqua, Katie Mlac Row two: Kristi Tutolo, Jessica Ivancic 
Kristina Ziamba, Jessica Stenroos, Austine Clark Row three: 9th grade Coach, Rhonda Schar 
Dominique Drake, Laura Osterman, Head Coach, Lisa Simon, Holly Kascak, Sonia Feijoo, JV 
Coach, Jill Enneper. 



Above Left: Nozomi Miyagi gets ready to smash 
the ball over the new while Sara Pfahl looks on. 



Left: CarIa Okorn hits the ball over the net. 

Right: Austine Clark bumps the ball to her team 
mates. 



60 A Volleyball 





Sara I'l'alil slietches out to get to the ball. 



eshman Volleyball, Row one: Adrienne Devese, Katie Koran, Ashley Ranallo, Grace Tompkins, 
Tieiia Uter. Row two: Manager, Howard Drake. Row three: 9th grade Coach. Rhonda Scharf, JV 
sach. Jill Enneper, Jacqueline Wlllingham, Angela Newell, Veronica Helm, Head Coach, Lisa 
mon. 



1' 





Si 



Left: Cory Mc Redmond sets up the ball. Domin- 
ique Drake and Laura Osterman making a serve. 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 



OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Beaumont 


15.10,15 


9,15,3 


Eastlane North 


15,11,15 


6,15,5 


Lakewood 


7,16 


15,18 


VASJ 


8,13 


15,15 


Wickliffe 


15.15 


10,8 


Riverside 


13.15,15 


15,9,10 


Valley Forge 


15,14.11 


9,16,15 


Elyria 


6,4 


15,15 


Shaker Hts. 


15,7,13 


2,15,15 


Bedford 


15,15 


13,4 


Mentor 


1.6 


15,15 


Riverside 


16,9,15 


14,15,10 


Beaumont 


15,13,15 


4,15,4 


Willoughby South 


9.12 


15,15 


St. Augustine 


15,15 


5,6 


Cleveland Hts. 


15,15 


9,7 


Elyria 


2.2 


15,15 


Shaker Hts. 


5.4 


15,15 


Mentor 


4,6 


15.15 


Cleveland Hts. 


15,16 


8,14 


Lakewood 


15,14,15 


5,16,8 


Valley Forge 


15,8,15 


10,15,8 



Below: Erika Stahre gets ready to spike the ball 
over the net. 



SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 10 



FRESHMEN VOLLEYBALL 



OPPO> 


JENT 


US 


THEM 


Beaumo 


nt 


Won 




Eastlakt 


North 5.15,10 


15,9,15 


Valley I 


^.rge 


15.15,16 


7,15,14 


Elyria 




10,15,7 


15,3,15 


Shaker 1 


4ts. 


15.15 


6,2 


Bedford 




15,15 


8,6 


Mentor 


9,17,8 


15.15,15 


Maple Hts. 


15.7,15 


7,15,5 


Bedford 


15,15 


8,4 


Twinsburg 


10,7 


15,15 


St. Augustine 


15,13,15 


4,15,1 


Cleveland Hi 


V 15,15 


5,7 


Lakewood 


15.15 


4,8 


Valley Forge 


15.15 


13,12 


Elyria 


6,10 


15,15 


Shaker His. 


15,15 


3,8 


Mentor 


3,15.4 


15,9,15 


Clevela 


ndHt 


s. 12.15,15 


15,10,9 



SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 6 
LEAGUE FINISH Third 




! i 



STRUGGLING FOB 

Wrestling team has new coach 



The 2000 Euclid Panther wrestling 
team showed some improvement 
over the previous years by 
actually winning some meets. One of the 
reasons for the improved record was 
better student participation and some 
new coaches. Matt Fadel was the new 
Head Coach for the panthers while Greg 
Sattler remained as the assistant. Some 
of Euclid's better wrestlers were Sean O 
Brien, Herbert Webster, Joe 
D'Amico, Jason D'Amico and Mike 
Grewatsch. They helped a lot but many 
seniors were lost from last year and that 
made the season hard. 





Wrestling, Row one: Will Barnett, Joe Barnauskas, Danny Harton, Dennis Grglncic, Herbert 
Webster, Kenny Whiteman. Row two; Coach, Greg Sattler, Coach, Ben Greenspan, Aaron 
Leben, Chris Truskolaski, Mike Hughes, Sean O'Brien, Coach, Jerome Jones, Coach, Matt 
Fidel. Row three: Greg Stahre, Ed Holtz, Andrew Krakora, Greg Sattler, Joe D'Amico. Row foi 
Jason D'Amico, Rich Kushan. Mike Grewatsch, Dan Helsing. Casey Kilkenney, J. P. Kilroy. 




Left Top to Bottom: Sean O Brien at 1 12 pounds 
Chris Truskolaski at 1 19 pounds and Aaron 
Leben at 125 pounds working on their opponents. 



Above: Herbert Webster at 152 pounts was ont I 
the bright spots for the Euclid team. 



Wrestling 



IMPROVEMENT 

ind looked for a better season 







5 to Bottom; Jason D'Amico at 145 pounds, Joe D'Amico at 160 pounds and 
eg Sattler at 140 pounds trying to get control of their opponents. : 



Top to Bottom: Will Barnett at 135 pounds. Joe Tokic at 125 pounds and 
Martez Hubbard at 1 30 pounds hoping that they can get a win. 



Wrestlinn A 63 



JUST LIMPING 

Boy's cross country riddled by injuriej 



The 1 999 Euclid cross country 
team had a tough year since it was 
stifled with injuries. They were 
only able to place sixth in the L.E.L. The 
one reliable member of the team was 
Jesse Scheider who finished in first 
place for the team in most races. 
Michael Tschantz was a good runner 
but was only able to compete in the last 
two meets of the season due to injuries. 
Despite this, he still qualified for the 
regional championships. This was a sad 
year for coach, Joe Rodriguez, since he 
retired from Euclid at the end of the 
school year. 

-Micliaei Tschantz 





Boy's Cross Country, Row one: Mike Gonzalez, Mike Tschantz, Ashley Powell, Mike Barnausk 
Row two: Mike Watson, Jesse Scheider, David Disbrow, Coach, Joe Rodriguez, Row three: 
Myron Matlock, Kevin Miklavcic, Jow RInella, Jordan Domln. Not Pictured: Jim Kolenc, Chriv 
Truskolaski. 



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^ OPrONFNf 

VASJ 






BO'S S CROSS COUNTRY ^ 



US THB: 

33 22- 

INVITATIONALS^ 

U/13 
5/7 
9/13 
2/6 

in 14114 
L.E.L, Championship5/14 
Walsh 12/13 

Districts 14/16 

SEASON RECORD WON LOST 1 
LEAGUE FINISH Fifth 



Madison 
^LEL.I 

Mc Donuiigh 

L,E,L. II 

Untver;it\ 
iwtWadswortli 




Clockwise from left: Mike Watson, Jesse 
Scheider. Joe Rineila and David Disbrow trying 
to improve their times as they run around the cross 
country course. 



Cross Country 



fl 




ALONG 



rirl's cross country couldn't take the strain 




Ti 



^he girl's cross country team 
finished the season with a fifth 
place finish in the L.E.L. They did 
well considering there were only about 
eight girls on the team. They just did not 
have the sti^ength that they had in 
previous years. Krysti Scheider was 
chosen as the Most Valuable Player for 
the season and Lindsay Cozart was the 
Most Improved person on the team. It 
was a sad year for the girls team since 
their coach of many years, Mr. Dick 
York, also retired from the Euclid 
schools at the end of the year. This meant 
that the cross country program had a lot 
of rebuilding to do for the future. 



Is Cross Country, Row one: Megan Stefanac, Sarah Osterman, Krysti Scheider, Elena 
nzalez. Row two: Coach, Dick York, Melissa Breeding, Jennifer Easley. Lindsay Cozart, Trace 
iwart. 



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niversil\ 
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UP AND DOWN SEASON 



The Euclid Panther basketball team 
had a winning season and finished 
with a 12-8 overall record and 6-6 
in the L.E.L. which was good enough for 
a third place finish. The team, however, 
did not finish where they were hoping to 
at the beginning of the season. The team 
had some very good players in Chris 
Harrell, Johnny Moses and Tony 
Basalla but lacked the depth to win the 
big games. Chris Harrell and Johnny 
Moses were some of the top scorers in 
the area while Tony Basalla was the top 
three point scorer on the team. Johnny 
Moses was the team's leading rebounder 
and Tony Basalla led the team in assists. 
Chris Harrell led the team in steals and 
Johnny Moses was the team's leading 
shot blocker. They won some good 
games but they also lost some heart 
breakers. The end of the season was 
emotional since Head coach, Doc 
Daugherty, announced his retirement. 
Doc coached the Euclid panthers for 39 
seasons and amassed a record of 597-275. 
He was always concerned with the kids 
and will be greatly missed. 



Above Right: Phil Boyc shows that he can touch — 

the rim. 

Above Far Right: Melvin Hill waits for the 

rebound. 

Right: Clifton Halrston takes a shot from the 

three point line. 

Far Right: Mike Holloway gets ready to pass off 

the ball. 



VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL 


}'■> 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 




Lalce Catholic 


55 


38 




Lakewood 


50 


47 




Valley Forge 


68 


46 




Shaker Hts. 


58 


46 




Elyria 


55 


50 




Mentor 


65 


77 




CoUinwood 


62 


64 




Solon 


71 


58 




Lakewood 


54 


33 




Valley Forge 


8.^ 


50 




Benedictine 


76 


73 




Stow 


59 


57 




Elyria 


71 


83 




Shaker Hts. 


48 


60 




St. Edward 


59 


58 




Mentor 


58 


59 




Cleveland Hts. 


73 


74 




VASJ 


74 


64 




St. Ignatius 


51 


65 




Cleveland Hts. 


54 


59 




SEASON RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 




L.E.L. RECORD WON 6 LOST 6 






JV BOY'S BASKETBALL 
OPPONENT US THEM 



Lake Catholic 


53 


41 


Lakewood 


49 


28 


Valley Forge 


60 


49 


Shaker Hts. 


57 


61 


Elyria 


42 


45 


Mentor 


66 


74 


CoUinwood 


47 


42 


Solon 


62 


27 


Lakewood 


60 


49 


Valley Forge 


50 


46 


Benedictine 


61 


50 


Stow 


.^S 


49 


Elyria 


43 


49 


Shaker Hts. 


64 


65 


St. Edward 


55 


62 


Mentor 


54 


50 


Cleveland Hts. 


65 


51 


VASJ 


44 


46 


St. Ignatius 


33 


58 


Cleveland Hts. 


52 


55 



SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 9 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 6 LOST 6 



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Boy's Basketball 



FRESHMEN BOY'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


St. Edward 


39 


46 


Lakewood 


51 


30 


Valley Forge 


45 


46 


Shaker Hts. 


43 


41 


Elyria 


44 


33 


Mentor 


36 


48 


VASJ 


42 


35 


Stow 


40 


32 


St. Ignatius 


39 


50 


Lakewood 


36 


20 


Valley Forge 


52 


33 


Benedictine 


49 


46 


Elyria 


52 


31 


Shaker Hts 


43 


39. 


St. Edward 


59 


54 


Mentor 


34 


54 


Cleveland Hts. 


53 


48 


St. Ignatius 


63 


49 


VASJ 


57 


62 


Cleveland Hts. 


36 


58 


SEASON RECORD WON 13 LOST 7 



Uoy's basketball had some good games 
didn't win consistently 





Cliickwise from Top Left: 
Chris Harrell shooting from 
ihe outside. Tony Basalla and 
t'alvin Brown going in for a 
lay up, Arec Helcberger and 
Todd Sparrow taking a shot 
from the outside, Johnny 
Moses dribbling the ball in for 
a lay up. 

Left; After the warm ups the 
team got together to mentally 
prepare themselves for the 
eame. 



Boy's Basketball A 67 



MEET^iro^^ASKEl 

Wintef^ports inv 





4^9 t 1^ 11 



Varsity Boy's Bn^keihall. Row one Sandy Hausen, 
Jeray Seth, Clfflon Hairston, Toii\ Ba.salla>Melvin 
Hill, Chiis Uai I ill, Todd SpaiTi>«. Adria fflc Gill, 
Christina Paclieto. Row two: Coach, Doc * 
Daughcrty, ClinToTi TuckcTi Andrew Perryiian, 
Johnnj Moses, \rc?< HclcberKer, Joe (Iranito, Phil 
Bojc, Coach, Sean O " Toole . Row three: Tlerra 
Mitchell. Abby Morris. 



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J.V. Boy's BasketbalK- Row one: Thco Harri.s, 
Gregory Williams, Michael Dvcks, .fooathan 
Hutcherson, C'erel Elliot, ,\ric ( rotnie-Cain. Row 
two: .lack GrilT. Warren Jenkins. (Vmrtoey 
Taylor, Jason Smith, Michael IJnIlo way, Paul 
Jones. Coach. Dennis Turkall. 




Frcsmen Boy's Basketball. Row one: Michael Goen, 
Nathaniel Simpson, Brandon Mimes, Tim Basalla^ 
Corey Russell. Ada^^gU^u)n. Row two: Coach 
Vehar, Michael Harrison, Chris Foster, Ebbv 
Williams, Willie Rembert, Crishaw|^|tB(6rrRow 
three: Jesse Lee, Arn ess Wj lliailB^enneth Minis, 
Philip Stewart,iJ(Mg(!l7Thomas. 




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68 ▲. Basketball 




5ALL PLAYERS 



ots of athletes 



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Varsity Girl's Baskethall. Row one: .lainie Vaigc, 
Tatiana Webster, Kevasha Davis, Tamika Drake, 
Jennifer Huffman, Keeana^<>llo\<a) Riiv. iwo: 
Coach Sam Santilli, N^ozi Anekwc, V'crea Bibbs, 
Christina Estrict, Coach. ScottAVilson. 



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J.V. Girl's Baske^all, Row one: Stacla Ellison, 
Tierra Harris, lj|nndra Smith. Tierra Caldwell, 
Alexis Vena, Giaa Ellis. Row two: Coach, Lynn 
<* Davi|BBi-isa BellKlgj)^ \\ ells, Sallivatu Mulbah, 
Ngozri^nekHe. jRWlhree: Trace Stewart, JennifeT" 
Henderson, Kg^^piier, (hay a Hor, Valerie 
Shipp. 




NOT ENOUGH SUPPORl 



1999-2000 was not a good season 
for girl's basketball at Euclid. The 
varsity finished the season with an 
overall record of 3-17 and 2-10 in the 
L.E.L. The jv and freshmen teams also 
had poor seasons. It was a strange mix in 
that Christine Estrict was the area's 
leading scorer but she was not able to 
make up for deficiencies in the other 
players. Verea Bibbs was also able to 
help out but the team lacked five good 
players who could consistently score. 
They lost some close games but were 
often beaten by a wide margin. They 
were coached by Scott Wilson and Sam 
Santiili who were sad that there was not 
enough talent to be competitive. 




VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Solon 


54 


60 


VASJ 


50 


77 


Lakewood 


M 


68 


Valley Forge 
Elyria 
Shaker Hts. 


72 
52 
47 


54 
85 
60 


Mentor 


38 


64 


Cleveland His. 


48 


80 


Brush 


47 


53 


Mayfield 
Riverside 


50 
62 


53 
65 


Lakewood 


63 


54 


Valley Forge 
Elyria 
Shaker Hts. 


59 
30 

52 


65 
66 
63 


Mentor 


39 


56 


Willoughby South 
Cleveland Hts. 


63 
62 


59 

71 


VASJ 


37 


77 


Eastlake North 


34 


62 


SEASON RECORD WON 3 LOST 17 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 2 LOST 10 


LEAGUE FINISH Sixth(Tie) 





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Above: Keeana Holloway drives to 
the basket to make a lay up. 

Left: The team got together before 
the game was ready to begin. 

Right: Christine Estrict was one of 

the highest scoring players in the 
area because of her excellent moves. 

Below Right: .lennifer Huffman and 
Taniika Drake practicing their 
shooting. 




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Girl's Basketball 



JV GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Solon 


55 


46 


VASJ 


39 


48 


Lakewood 


35 


42 


Valley Forge 


28 


34 


Elyria 


37 


41 


Shaker Hts. 


45 


36 


Mentor 


47 


56 


Cleveland His. 


61 


40 


Brush 


38 


36 


Mayfield 


35 


20 


Riverside 


25 


->-) 


I^akewood 


44 


42 


Valley Forge 


24 


47 


Elyria 


33 


31 


Shaker Hts. 


41 


32 


Mentor 


14 


43 


Willoughby South 


48 


29 


Cleveland Hts 


33 


36. 


VASJ 


41 


51 


Eastlake North 


31 


57 


SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 10 




rea's leading scorer didn't have support and team struggled 






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Clockwise from Top Left: Verea 
Bibbs shooting from the outside. 
Tatiana Webster going in for a lay 
up. Tamika Drake driving past 
Jennifer Huffman, Keeana 
Holloway shooting from the outside. 
Elana Wells going in for a lay up. 
Trayce Stewart going to the basket. 

Left; The team gets together after 
warm ups to mentally prepare 
themselves for the game. 

Girl's Basketball 



BOOTING THE 

Boy's soccer lacked experienc; 



This year's boy's soccer team 
finished the season with a 2-12-1 
record. The team lost many games 
due to the fact that they were very 
inexperienced. "We lost 1 3 players last 
year. That is enough to cripple any team", 
said sophomore, Derek Mattson. 
Because of that the varsity squad had 
only four starting players returning, Dino 
Zuzic, Tony Basalla, Dalibor Bilavcic 
and Dave King. 

"We were young all around but 
we were still able to challenge some of 
the top teams in the area", said junior, 
Dalibor Bilavcic. The boy's team should 
have promising years ahead of them. 
"With the leadership and expertise of 
Coach Humberto Riseili and with our 
whole starting line up coming back we 
will have a winning season", said junior, 
Dino Zuzic. The soccer team has a lot of 
freshmen/sophomore talent and a group 
of juniors that can play with the best in 
the league. "With Humberto out there 
coaching we can only get better", said 
freshmen goal keeper, Mike Zundic. 

Tony Basalla was chosen as the 
MVP of the team while Mike Zundic 
was the 'Most Improved'. Tim Basalla 
was the 'Offensive Player of the Year' 
while Derek Mattson was the 'Defensive 
Player of the Year'. Tony Basalla was 
chosen to be on the News Herald first 
tetmi. The team was also coached by 
John Gibbons. 

-Joe Zuzic 





Varsity Boy's Soccer: Row one: Eric Ryan, Ryan Ptak, Dave King, Greg Stahre, IVIatt Salisbury 
Row two: Oslo Sayavongsa, Derek Mattson, Tim Basalla, Phillip Marunowski, Coach, HumbJo 
Riseili. Row three: Coach, John Gibbons, Dalibar Bilavic, Joe Zuzic, Omid Tavakoli, Dino Zu: , 
Mike Zundic, Tony Basalla. 




JV Boy's Soccer Row one: Jimmy Vitolo, Dan Vazquez, Kit Heaton, Bill Kunchik, Milan Toms 
George Paiko Row two: Tommy Latsch, Kurt Long, Dave Payerchin, Brad Nagel, Coach, 
Humberto Riseili. Row three: Coach, John Gibbons, Semere Tedia, Luke Shy, Sean Lennon, itt 
Speer, David Harrold. 

Left: MVP, Tony Basalla, 

kicks the ball down field to 

get it away from the Euclid 

goal. 

Right: Dino Zuzic and Tim 

Basalla bringing the ball 

down 10 the opponents 



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Soccer 




BALL AROUND 

irl's soccer finished third in conference 








(;rs Soccer, Row one: Tara Mc Connell, Angela Indiano. Row two: Abby Biehl, Amber Fumich, 
Sirah Burke, Heather Rufo, Stephanie Black, Tara Shimooka, Jean De Wine, Adria Mc Gill. Row 
tee: lanthe Alatis, Simone Tomlinson, Jillian Udovich, Sandra Mowery, Jennifer Rinella, Kim 
(ransegar. Row four: Asst. Coach, Felicia Rosati, Amanda Kane, Kelly Collins, Mary Tisi, Kelly 
t scin, Melissa Waina, Rebecca Waina, Head Coach, Dick Homovec 



I 



BOY'S VARSITY SOCCER 



VARSITY GIRL'S SOCCER 



pPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


Normandy 
Villoughby South 
ihaker Hts. 
>fordonia 



3 


1 


8 
3 
6 
3 


jarfjeld Hts. 


3 


1 


/alley Forge 

Bedford 

ilyria 

Vest Geauga 

'arina 


2 
5 

1 
3 


4 
1 

6 
6 

4 


tiayfield 
4entor 


2 



3 
1 


.akewood 
irush 


3 



6 
1 


rieveland Hts. 





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SEASON RECORD WON 2 LOST 12 TIE 1 
EAGUE FINISH Eighth 



J. V. GIRL'S SOCCER 



OPPONENT 

Normandy 


US 
1 


THEM 

3 


Masison 


2 





West Geauga 
Shaker 




2 


7 
1 


Eastlake North 


1 


1 


VASJ 





2 
1 
1 



Valley Forge 
Elyria 




Kenston 


1 


2 


Parma 


1 





Hawken 










Mentor 







4 


Lakewoo 


d 


1 
1 

3 

1 





Mayfield 
Willougl- 
Lake Cat 


by South 
holic 







NDCL 







-> 



SEASON RECORD WON 9 LOST 6 TIE 3 
LEAGUE RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 
LEAGUE FINISH Third 



OPPONENT 

ffiKenston 
Eastlake North 
adison 
haker 

alley Forge 
ieachwood 
tension 
■Parma 
Mentor 



US 



1 





1 

2 





THEM 

4 

3 . 

5 

4 

3 

5 

4 

4 

5 



The Lady Panther Soccer Team gotj 
off to a rough start that lead to a 
succe,ssful season. With four 
upcoming freshmen to fill empty 
positions, the team had to make quick 
adjustments. The Lady Panthers finished 
with a 9-6-2 record and third place in the 
L.E.L. The defense of Sandra Mowery, 
Jillian Udovich, Amber Fumich and 
Becca Waina held up the team while thej 
offense worked hard to finish the ball. 

Rebecca Waina was chosen as J 
the MVP and Tara Mc Connell was 
Most Improved. Melissa Waina was 
Offensive Player of the Year while 
Sandra Mowery and Jillian Udovich 
were Defensive Players of the Year. 
Amber Fumich and Adria Mc Gill 
received Coaches Awards. Sandra 
Mowery and Jillian Udovich were News 
Herald First Team players. Rebecca 
Waina and Melissa Waina were on the 
News Herald Second Team. Mary Tisi 
and Adria Mc Gill got Special Mention 
and Amber Fumich and Angela 
Indiano got Honorable Mention. 
Next year would be a big 
rebuilding year for team since six seniors 
would be leaving as well as Head Coach, 
Dick Homovec who was retiring. 
-Sandra Mowery 



^^ONR ECOy^ WON LOST 9 





\bo\L\ .Mary Fisi and ,4mber Fumich tightmg tor 
the ball. 

Left: Melissa Waina tries to clear the ball from some 
defenders. Soccer A 73 



POWERFUL SKATING 



The Euclid Panther hockey team had 
an excellent season and posted an 
impressive 16-8-2 record overall and 
8-1 in the Blue Central Division. They 
finished first in the Blue Central Division 



and were runners up for the Baron Cup. 
The team did not suffer the injuries they 
did the previous season and were able to 
play at full strength most of the season. 
Euclid had an excellent with Steve 



Trobenter who stopped many shots and t ( 
Brad Nagle. Chris Gates. Eddie Ostrander] 
and Nick Verch suppluing much of the 
offense. Mr. Dick Homovec was the coaq 
for the panthers. 1 1 




Hockey. Row one: Brad Nagle, Josh Nagle, Dave Payerchin, Derek Matlson, Steve Trobenter, Dan Paoloni, Jim Germ, Eddie Ostrander, Chris Gates. Row two 
Coach Dick Homovec, Bretl Stanic, Mark Selvaggio, Matt Mytro, Brad Kitchen, Tim Sacko, Nick Verch, Mike Krutsch, Tony .4quilano, Matt Robinson, Emili 
Duer 



Clockwise from N 


ear Right 


:Ch 


ris Gates waiting 


for a pass, Josh Nagle and Mark Selvaggio 


figfiting for the puck, Josh 


Nagle going for the 


puck. Nick Verch 


trying to 


get away from two 


defenders. 










HOCKEY 


"v^ ■- 


OPPONENT 


US 




THEM 


Bay 


6 




6 


Garfield Hts. 


5 




1 


Chagrin Falls 


3 




1 


W.R.A. 


2 




1 


Hudson 


5 




3 


Trinity 


1 




2 


Kent Roosevelt 


2 




3 


North Olmsted 


4 




3 


Mentor 


5 




4 


Lakewood 


8 




6 


Garfield Hts. 


4 




2 


North Olmsted 


5 




6 


Lake Catholic 







7 


Garfield Hts. 


6 




2 


W.R.A. 


3 




2 


Findlay 


1 




5 


Mentor 


5 




2 


Gilmour 


2 




3 


Brooklyn 


3 




8 


Brooklyn 


4 




1 


Upper Arlington 


6 




2 


Hudson 


4 




3 


Gilmour 


4 




4 


Brooklyn 


4 




1 


Lakewood 


4 




2 


Hudson 


3 




6 


SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 8 TIE 2 


74 ▲ Hockey 










[ockey team had an excellent season 
s they skated to first place 




Nick Verch and Eddie Ostrander watch as Chris Gates gets ready lor the 

)ff. 

le: Brad Nagle and Mark Silvaggio wait tor Cliris Gates to make the face 

e: Nick Verch and Eddie Ostrander skate for the puck in front of the Mentor 



Top; Nick Verch and Eddie Ostrander sn'un^ vii ilic MciUtir goahe. 

Middle: Matt Robinson watches as Tim Sacko gets ready to pass off the puck to a 

team mate. 

Above: Josh Nagle coming down the ice in case the puck is passed to him. 

Hockey ^k 75 



SHOWING THEIR SPEEI^ 

Indoor track has a good season in preparation for the Spring 



The Indoor Track team had another 
successful season as it managed to 
roll over many of their opponents. 
The Panthers were strong in both the 
sprints and the field events which 
enabled them to make a good showing in 
all their meets. The indoor season gave 
the athletes a good way to prepare for the 
outdoor season. Tlie boy's team was 
coached by Mr. Tom Gibbons and Mr. 
Larry Nosse and their girl's team was 
coached by Mr. Pete Schwenke and Mr. 
Dick York. 




Below: The athletes have to warm up and stretch 
befor they do anything that could injure themselves. 



Bottom: Jermaine Jefferson trying hard to do well. 



Boy's Indoor Track, Row one: Terrance Ware. Ross Kizer, Gary Riedel, Jermaine Padgette. Paul 
Cunningham, James Clark, Chris Moore, Stephen Perko, David Kendzierski, George Paiko. Row two: 
Ramon Rogers, Taj nana Booker. Darvl Nelson, Jermaine Jefferson, Rayshaun Kizer, Chris Rozell. Dn 
Pearson, .Andrew Heath. Gregory Smith. Dion Elie Row three: Coach. Larry Nosse, Jarrod Holmes. 
Laniece Richardson. Dontay Stewart. Erik Freeman. Danquan Williams. Gregory Thomas, Cedric Gri i, 
Terrence Stewart. Coach. Tom (iihbons. * 




Above: Coach, Pete Schwenke. instructs the nnii 
in the relay about how the race has to be run. 

Left: Terence Ware running hard in his race. 



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INDOORS 



K 





After warming up the girls get together to pray that 
ihev will do well in the meet. 



Indiior Track, Row one: Tonisha Jones, Trayce Stewart, Christina Estrict, Tiera Anderson, 
rmaine Pinkston, Shirii Morris, Shavla Holt, Ter Matthews. Row two: Cristal Crosby, Clara Taylor, 
ita Campbell, Marcia Fofanah, Crisandra Hunter, Phyllis Browning, Jennifer Easley, Krysti 
;ider Row three: Coach. Pete Sehwenke, Alexandra Bucevviez, Antoinette (Ireen, Althea Jones, Sarah 
rman, Rebecca Waina, Veronica Heini, Megan Stefanac, Jessica Jurcak, Coach Dick York. 




Christine Estrict easily makes it o\er the bar in the 
high jump. 




BREAKING 

Boy's and girl's swim teami 



The swim team improved this year by 
having the returning swimmers 
attain higher standards. Most of the 
team dropped their usual times in the win 
over iVlentor. The team also did well at the 
sectional meet. Team captain, Jesse 
Scheider, qualified for the districts in the 
200 Free, Joe Rinella in the 200 Indi- 
vidual Medley, Scheider, Omid Tavakoli, 
Milan Tomsic and Rinella In the 200 
Free Relay and Scheider, Eric Ryan, 
Tomsic and Rinella in the 400 Free 
Relay. This year was sad in that it marked 
the end of coach, Joe Rodriguez's 21 
year coaching career. 
™., -Mike Tschantz 




Above: Joe Rinella and Eric Ryan going off the 

block.s to get a good .start in a race. 

Right: The swim captains. Jesse Scheider, Kirsten 

Knauss, Bridget Resnik and Michelle Wilson were 

the people that kept the teams going when the 

conditions became less than ideal. 

Below Right: Mike Barnauskas and Mike Tschantz 

doing the breast stroke. 

Below Far right: Omid Tavakoli and Matt Gorse 

diving into the pool. 

BOY'S SWIMMING 

;j OPPONENT US THEM 

,ji;! Lakewood 86 99 

' Elyria 100 86 

Valley Forge 1 09 76 

Cleveland Hts. 101 84 

Shaker Hts. 66 117 

§ IVlentor 113 67 

INVITATIONALS 

■€ Berea Relays 4/7 

i^^L.E.L. Championships 4/7 

i^ Sectionals 5/24 



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SEASON RECORD WON 4L0ST 2 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 



L.E.L. MEET Third 



Swimming 




Boy's Swimming, Row one: David Disbrow, Cory Connel, Doug Chmura, Michael Tschantz, 
Jesse Scheider, Jason De Angelis, Nolan Splvey. Row two: Coach Marty Guzauskas, Joe 
Rinella, David King, Kevin Miklavcic, Omid Tavakoli, Sean Lennon, Milan Tomsic. Coach. JO' 
Rodriguez. Row three: Ben Cox, Jim Kolenc, Brian Walther, Dave Kilkenney, Eric Ryan, MichJ 
Barnauskas. 




rHE SURFACE 

inished the season with a fine record 




s Swimming, Row one: Sarah Marvin, Renee Vanek, Gail Mc Kay, Adria Mc Gill, Lucille Oulvo, 
'e Raypal. Row two: Michelle Wilson, Christina Hagenbaugh, Meg Harasym, Allison Shad- 
k, Jackie KozlowskI, Shawn Joyce, Ashley Joyce. Row three: Mary Tisi, Sarah Osterman, 
listina Tings, Rachel Lewand, Abby Morris, Kristen Knauss, Bridget Resnik, Coach. Jill 
'■.sell. Row four: Jacqueline Greene, Laura Osterman, Rebecca Waina, Ann Peric, Krysti 
.eider, Betsy Kunsman, Erin O'Toole, Melissa Breeding. 



Newly coached by Mrs. Jill Russell 
and led by tri-captains Kirsten 
Knauss, Bridget Resnik and 
Michelle Wilson, the girl's swim team 
finished the year with a 3-3 record in the 
L.E.L. finishing fourth overall in the league 
meet. The team worked well with first-year- 
coach Russell who. was happy with the girl's 
performance. "We had a lot of depth this year 
due to a large number of underclassmen and a 
few exceptional swimmers," stated junior 
Sarah Osterman. Coach Russell looked 
forward to her second year of coaching by 
saying "I really enjoyed my first year of 
coaching. My main goal was to have the 
swimmers improve their times at every meet 
and most of them met that challenge." 
-Bridget Resnik 

Below Left: Coach Jill Russell gives directions to the 

swimmers. 

Below: Michelle Wilson and Ann Peric getting off to 

a good start. 

Bottom Left: Rachel Lewand doing the huttertly 

stroke. 

Bottom Middle: Becca Waina doim; the breast stroke. 




mP GIRL'S SWIMMING 


OPPONENT 


US 


THEM 


l!akewood 


66 


117 


Elyria 


120 


60 


Magnificat 


109 


76 


Valley Forge 


109 


76 


Cleveland Hts. 


80 


104 


Shaker Hts. 


59 


127 


Mentor 


101 


83 


SEASON RECORD WON 3LOST 4 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 3 LOST 3 


L.E.L. MEET 4th 










Swimming 



KEEPING THE 

Euclid's cheerleaders brought 



This year the Cheerleaders were 
spirited and enthusiastic in 
cheering on Euclid's football and 
basketball teams. The varsity football 
squad consisted of six seniors and three 
juniors. For the basketball squad, five 
girls returned and four new girls were 
added. The varsity coach, Mary Ann 
Rodin, along with the J.V. and Freshman 
coaches, Lauren Scheurman and Toya 
Owens, were extremely supportive 
throughout the year. The girls worked 
hard at practices twice a week to make 
up and learn new cheers and dance 
routines. 

The cheerleaders also helped in 
the community. This year was the first 
year that the girls participated in a 
community service project. They helped 
"Fill the Boot" for the Muscular Dystro- 
phy Association with the Euclid Firemen. 

Their spirit and optimism led the 
crowd in cheers that helped Euclid's 
football and basketbaO players stay 
enthusiastic. 

-Allison Penko 




Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Becky Jenkins, Nicole Samsa. Row two: IVIichelle Fir 
Elizabeth Schuerman, Kelly Baylog. Row three: Mary Tisi, Lindsay Beck, Lizz Skok, Allison' 
Penko. 




JV Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Alana Purvis, Stacy Ulle, Row two: Catherine Sivik. 



Freshmen Football Cheerleaders. Row one: Jennifer 
Lee, Dionne Balfuur, Kellie Brys Row Iwo: Johnita 
Hughes Row three: Jennifer Scott, Elena Gonzalez. 



All the cheerleaders standing at attention during the 
playing of the National Anthem before the game. 



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Cheerleaders 




spmrrup 

much enthusiasm to the games 




^;sity Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: Lindsey Beck, Kelly Baylo^. Row two: Lizz Skok, Dawn Brazis, The Varsity Cheerleaders spelling out 'Euclid' during 

*ison Penko. Row three: Kendra Smith, Christina Ewing, Maryann Colvin, Elizabeth Scheurman. one of their cheers 




,. Baskciball C hcerleaders. Row one: Cuera Blakeney. Row two: Latasha West, Alana Purvis, Christina 
?iheco, Tierra Mitchell. Row three: Renee Renbarger, Kristie Ziamba, Kathleen Oprian. 



Freshmen Basketball Cheerleaders. Row one: Elena 
Gonzalez, Jenny De Hughes, Jennifer Scott. Row 
two: Adriene De Vese, Jennifer Lee, Michelle 
Hammond. Row three: Siobhan Guilamo, 
Stephanie Krofcheck. 



Becky Jenkins, Kelly Baylog, Allison Penko and 

Mary Tisi posing with the Euclid Panther during a 
football game. 






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Euclid offered many activities that the students could participauii 
This year was different, however, because of the loss of five 
levies. In order to save money on activities a pay-to-play policj 
was installed in the Fall of 1999. Every student had to pay a fifty doUa 
fee to participate in any activity or sport. The only good thing was thai 
was a one time fee which applied to everj'thing so once it was paid for 
one activity or sport it applied to every activity or sport the student 
participated in. It was hard for a student who was involved in only one 
activity but was great for someone who was involved in many activitie 
since they only paid once. 




Above: Varsity Cheerleaders. Allison Penko, Lindsay 
Beck, Nicole Samsa, Lizz Skok, Mary Tisi, Becky 
Jenkins, Elizabeth Scheurnian and Kelly Baylog 

work to gel the lans involved in the games. 
Right Far Right: Steve Rys and Mario Shy and 
Taurean Young, Desmond Johnson, .Amani Brown 
and .\manda Bachmann enjoy their time in the 
Marching Band and NJ.R.O.T.C. 
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SWINGING 



SOUNDS 



Jazz Band makes the music rock and ro 



The Jazz Band consisted of students 
who likes their instruments in a 
wild and unrestrained way. They 
practiced after school and were able to 
come up with a sound that was free and 
unconventional. They put on a concert 
with the Voices of New Life Choir on 
Monday, December 13. The group was 
directed by Ms. Diane Tizzano. 





Jazz Band. Row one: Jean De Wine, Cameron Sharp, Kari Cunningham, James Powell, Dani 
Mahone, Jason Giancola. Row two: Director, Ms Diane Tizzano, Jessica Morris, Mark Mostei 
Dan Giancola, Sarah Hiscott, Marques Mc Millian, Kevin Miklavcic, Briget Sarns-Gaunt, Ch 
Hongosh. Row three: Glen Ramdhen, Dave Kilkenney, Jennifer Davies, Sean Lennon, Shaw 
Stansberry, Ted Mc Coy, Sylvester Jordan 




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Above: Kari C'unniiii>liaiii, James Powell, Danielle Mahune and Jasun Giancola working on llioir music 

Left Top: Dave Kilkenney, ,|ennifer Davies, Sean Lennon, Shawn Stansberry, Sarah Hiscott and Ted 

Coy getting together helore their coneert. 

Lett Middle: Jean De Wine, Cameron Sharp, Kari Cunningham and James Powell know that they hav( 
practice in order to be good. 

Left: Director'. Diane Tizzano, expects her students to perform to high standards. 



[NSTRUMENTAL MELODIES 

oncert Band works together to make beautiful music 




I All Bind. Row one Jamie I'aijje, Udiiiellc Mdlioiic, Kelly Hanson, Amey (Jriffin, Krin Lealhernian, Tara Sparrow, Amanda Kane, Amanda Heaton. .Jennifer 
;def;rlll, Andrea Kouns, Bri!>id Sarns-Gaunt, Jes.siea Morri.s, Dawn Cicco, Andrea Mc Culluni, Chri.stine Pittard Row iwo: Michaelynn Heaton, Kristin 
|)is, Tara Potluski, Betsy Kunsman, Kathleen Oprian. I^auren Vasqiicz, Kimberly Thompson, (iail Mc Kay, Doug Chmura, Ericka Whitehead, Chris 
gosh, Shawn .loyce, Ross Salupo, Meg Harasym, Ahigael Biehl, Shawn Stansberry, Jackie Dula, Natasha Johnson, Christina Pacheco, Katie Ketchum, 
ey Westbrook. Row three: Victoria Fiorelli, Rashad Bell. Steve Rohl. Stephanie Holtz, Dan Vasquez, Joe Oslund, Sarah Lipiec, Jason Weber, Sean Lennon, 
in Tomsic, Stephanie Svoboda, Mark Silvaggio, (;icn Ramdhan, Jennifer Davies, Dave Kilkenney. Dan Habat, Carmen Rice, Rio (Jreen. .Jennifer Vargo, 
in Ramdhan, Chad Henderson, Owen Strodtbeck, Janita Boyd, Cameron Sharp, Tierra Mitchell, Jamie Powell, Kari Cunningham Roe lour: Director. Diane 
ano. Director. Molly Miller, (ieorge Palko. Mike Poulos, Warren Malcom, Mario Shy, Steve Rys, Rob W alsh, Andrew Keid, Mark Moster, Marsha Rainey, 
' Burya, Jean De Wine, Amber Fumich, Tim Sheehan. Mike Ray. Rachel I.ewan, Matt Speer, Kevin Miklavcic, Sarah Hiscott, Frank Cosiano, James 

The Concert Band presented their 
first concert on Wednesday. 
February 1 6, 2000 with the String 
Orchestra. After Marching Band was over 
in the Fall the members began practicing 
for their conceit. They played pieces by 
Tchaikowsky, Wamngton, Swearingen 
and Rosasini. It was a very moving 
performance that was enjoyed by all. 
After the show there was a slide show 
featuring pictures of the Marching Band 
season. The band was directed by Ms. 
Diane Tizzano and Ms. Molly Miller. 

Director, Diane Tizzano, working with the band 
members before their performance to make sure that 
e\erything is just right. 





Auuvc. Jamie Paige, Michaelynn Heaton. Kelly Hanson iiul Vniey (irilfni 
discuss the concert with Diane Tizzano. 

Left: Brigid Sarns-Gaunt, Andrea Kouns, Erin Leatherman. Jennifer 
Vandegrift and Christine Pittard warming up for their performance. 

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MARCHING TO 

Marching Band makes Half time a Show tim; 



The Marching Band was directed 
by Ms. Diane Tizzano and 
assisted by Ms. Molly Miller. 
The band was led onto the field every 
game by field commanders, senior, Dave 
Kilkenney, and junior, Dan Giancola. 
The Marching Band performed two 
different half time shows for every home 
and away game of the season. The band 
also travelled to Parma a second time to 
perform in the playoff against St. 
Ignatius. Finally the band travelled to 
Virginia Beach in April to perform there. 
The season began in August in the hot 
sun and ended in November in the cool 
evenings. It was a very exciting season 
and a great year for the band to end the 
millennium. 

-Sarah Lipiec 










Band members plaving helure llie game begms. 




THE MUSIC 

Lrching Band, Row one: Daniel Giancola, Kelly Collins, Angela CIprlano, Dave Kllkenney. Row two: 
^mlnique Rice, Jason Samsa, Mark Moster, George Paiko, Mario Shy, Rob Walsh, Katie 
!tchum, Marvin Cross, Steve Rys, Andrew Reid, Jessica Morris, Director, Diane Tizzanno, 
ector, Molly Miller, La Shawn Mc Griff Row three: Nikki Yeary, Pat Kapeluch, Tammy Ewing, Dan 
zquez, Glen Ramdhan, Victoria Fiorelli, Ted Mc Coy, Milan Tomsic, Jason Weber, Joe Oslund, 
an Lennon, Mark Silvaggio, Steven Rohi, Dyana Langsdale, Kendra Smith, Jennifer Scott. Row 
jr: Andrea Urban, Kathleen Oprian, Michaelynn Heaton, Doug Chmura, Carrie Ray, Andrea Mc 
ilium, Dawn Cicco, Brigid Sarns-Gaunt, Amanda Heaton, Jessica Davis, Stephanie Holtz, Sarah 
jiec, Jen Davies, Stephanie Svoboda, Kelly Hanson, Tara Potulski. Tanish Mc Dowell Row five: 
mie Paige, Kristen Kulbis, Lauren Vazquez, Erin Leatherman, Christine Pittard, Amanda Kane, 
ckie Dula, Andrea Kouns, Jennifer Vandergrift, Cristina Pacheco, Tara Sparrow, Shawn Joyce, 
awn Stansbery, Cameron Sharp, Michelle Fine Row six: Falcon Dana, Steve Paternite, Marques 
; Millian, Sasrah Hiscott, Kevin Miklavcic, Matt Speer, Danielle Mahone, Marsha Rainey, Rachel 
wan, Rashad Bell, Kimberly Thompson, Gail Mc Kay, Meg Harasym, Betsy Kunsman, Amey 
iffin. Row seven: Karl Cunningham, Ross Salupo, Janita Boyd, Jason Giancola, Erica Whitehead, 
chie Rohl, Dan Habat, Jennifer Vargo, Mike Ray. Matt Hiscott, Rio Green, Rachel Burke, Chad 
nderson, Owen Strodtbeck, Kevin Ramdhan Row eight: Robin Arp, Abby Biehl, Jean De Wine, 
nber Fumich, Celeste Armstrong Row nine: Lauren Balogh, Lindsay Beck, Jenni Kapeluch, 
idsey Woyton, Shannon Mc Collum, Bridget Findley, Simone Tomlinson, Dessiray Moore, 
thany Fine, Christina Ewing, Emilie Baker. Michelle Wilson, Anna Bear, Caria Candela, Kasey 
illins, Kristin Pavicic, Rebeccs Marek, Jennifer Balogh. 





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WAVE THAT FLAO 

Flag Corps added motion to half timi 



26 girls made up the 1999-2000 
Flag Corps squad. It was an 
unbelievable fun experience for 
everyone. It began in the middle of the 
summer when Emilie Baker, Bethany 
Fine, Chrissy Ewing, Rebecca Marek, 
Lindsay Beck, Michelle Fine, Celeste 
Armstrong, Lashawn Mc Griff and 
Jenni Kapeluch were chosen to go to 
Auxiliary Camp in Ashland. There they 
learned routines, leadership and commit- 
ment. Over the course of the year the 
girls did many fund-raisers to help out 
with the cost of the flags and new 
unifonns. They made chocolate covered 
pretzels, had car washes, did bake sale 
and catalog fund raisers. As a tradition 
before the first home football game they 
went out to dinner and then got kicked 
out twice. In March they had try outs for 
anyone interested in becoming a mem- 
ber. The year was an enjoyable experi- 
ence for everyone involved. 
-Michelle Wilson 




Above: Jennifer Balogh and Lauren Balogh work 

hard to gel their routines correct. 

Above Right and Right: The Flag Corps girls uaved 

their Hags and dance to the music during the half time 

shows. 




Flag Corps, Row one: Michelle Fine, Christina Ewing, Bethany Fine, Emilie Baker, Jenni 
Kapeluch. Row two: Bridget Findley, Caria Candela, Michelle Wilson, Kasey Collins, Rebecc 
Marek Row three Anna Bear, Jennifer Balogh, Simone Tomlinson, Andrea Urban, Doniniqu 
Rice, Shannon Mc Collum, Kristin Pavicic, Tanish Mc Dowell, Desslray Moore. Row four: Fal n 
Dana, La Shawn Mc Griff, Celeste Armstrong, Lauren Balogh, Lindsey Wayton, Lindsay Bee 
Robin Arp. 



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rWIRL THAT BATON 

lajorettes performed their artistry with their batons 



The 1999-2000 Majorettes began 
practicing in August for the 
upcoming Panther football season. 
The majorettes performed during half 
time with the Marching Band and Flag 
Corps at all home and away football 
games. Their adviser this year was Mrs. 
Tammy Ewing. The routines that the 
girls performed were choreographed by 
captain, Kendra Smith. The girls 
enjoyed the season while becoming a 
close knit group. 

-Kendra Smith 




iiifer Scott and Diana Langsdale twirled their batons to the music provided by the Marching Band at the 
les. 



The three majorettes showing their style at the 
beginning of a football game. 

Majorettes 



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SINGING TO 

Choraliers and Choral Masters performed for the holiday^ 



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On Thursday, December 16, 1999 
the Choraliers, the Choral 
Masters and the Varsity Chorale 
presented their Holiday Choral & 
Orchestra Concert with the Euclid High 
School Orchestra. The Choraliers were 
directed by Ms. Diane Tizzano while the 
Varsity Chorale and the Choral Masters 
were directed by Ms. Cynthia Thiel. 




Sophia Catlett, Michelle Thomas and Siobhan 

Guikamo getting ready for their concert. 





Choral Masters, Row one Jenny Kappeluch. Dessiray Moore, Ashleigh Carr, Tyra Nelson, Kar 
Longstreth Justin Luster, Marcus Epps, Adrien Devise, Michelle Fine, Jessica Short, Laurel 
Kuhen, Rebecca Marek. Row two: Katy Sivik, Shannon Mc Collum, Marie Mc Masters, Dawn 
Cicco, Danquan Williams, Jenny De Hughes, Catrera Dean, Amanda Candow, Rachel Dixon, 
Lawanda Hamelin, Jessica Morris, Ramon Rogers Row three: Kristy Berkheimer, Austine Clf< 
Brandy Lesko, Cedric Griggs, Brandon Wells, Sal Carotenuto, Grayson Latimore Jr., Jonathd 
Wilbraham, Shawn Stansberry, Elizabeth Miller, Lisa Devor, Alana Purvis, Chrissy Ewing, 
Tunisha Jenkins Row four Kellie Collins, Dawn Attwood, Nicole Candow, Alise Addison, Kri>) 
Shaw, Erin Bartchak, Meghan Wise, Jennifer Fischer, Katie Blazetic, Ruth Woldering, Jennifn 
Fink. 




Choraliers. Row one Vicky Rusbusan, Erin Fleming, Lisa Devor, Jennifer Lee, Sophia Datlett 
Siobhan Guikamo, Elisha Galloway, Jenny De Hughes, Michelle Thomas. Row two: Adrien 
Devese, Tyra Nelson, Elizabeth Miller, Antoinette Green, Quinisha Clinkscale, Catrera Deany 
Erin Bartchak, Alise Addison, Angela Meeks, Kari Longshaw, Pianist. Mrs Marcy Petrie. 

Before the concert the Choral Masters practiced their songs. 



FHE MUSIC 

^arsity Chorale sang and danced through the year 




sity Chorale, Row one: Alison Baranowski, Kristen Clark, Stephanie Hughes, Lisa Koller, 
5ten Knauss Row two: Taresa Willingham, Jennifer Davles, Candace Longshaw, Jessica 
ust, Liz Montague, Jenny Koller, Jean De Wine. Row three: Marques Richeson, Joe Plovock, 
rid King, Dan May, Jarod Miller, Brett Stanic, Michael Maurer, Nathaniel Dore, Nick Mc Gill, 
[cus Epps. 




The Varsity Chorale held many 
performances throughout the 
year. They began the year by 
singing the Alma Mater and the National 
Anthem at all the home football games. 
During the Holidays they performed at 
various schools and businesses and had 
their Winter Concert on December 1 6, 
1 999. They were directed by Ms. 
Cynthia Thiel. 




Candace l.ongshaw, Joe Plovock, Jennifer Davies 

and Dan Mav showinc off their lifts. 




' lontague, Jenny Koller, Mike Maurer, Kirsten Knauss, Jennifer Davies and Taresa Willingham 

wing befor their concert. 



Kristin Clark, Taresa Willingham, Jennifer Davies, 
Jean De Wine, Liz Montague and Director. Reiko 
Carey have a good time working together. 

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SOULFUL SOUNDS 

Gospel Choir brings feeling to their musi! 



On Monday, December 13. 1999 the 
members of the Voices of New Life choir 
presented their annual Winter Concert in 
the Auditorium with the East 222nd Street Jazz 
Band. They presented a selection of Holiday 
songs that show positive factors in the holiday 
season. The students practiced after school in the 
Choir Room and the group was directed by Mr. 
Clifton Beaslev. 



Voices of New Lite. Row one: Brandy .Sharp, Stephanie Thomas, Christina Burrell, Tiffany 
Anderson, Kendasha Glenn, Tanesha I.ee. Tuniesha Jenl<ins. Ciaran Fitzgerald. Leah Seal 
Carmen Rice, Tamika Nunley, Fallon Pulley Row two: Entina Baugh. Tamilia Smith, Eric 
Tate, Jackie Watts, Shayla Holt, .Andrew Heath, Chris Moore, Brandon Wells. Sylvester 
Jordan, Taresa Willingham. .Ashley Westbrooks. .\Ionique .\ldridge. Tamika Burt. Row 
three: Elizabeth Heath. Rosita Campbell, Portia Me Cafferty. Crystal Langford, Shondra 
Stewart. Bryan White, Russell Howard. Desmond Johnson. Dan May. Deonte Preston, 
Jacquelyn \Mllingham. Lauren Miheli. 




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Voices of New Life members getting ready to go on stage. 



STRINGS OF MUSIC 

jitring instruments important to Orchestra 




The Euclid Orchestra presented 
their concert on Thursday, 
December 16, 1999 in the audito- 
rium with the Choraliers and Choral 
Masters and the Varsity Chorale. They 
played Holiday numbers as a group and 
also combined with the Choral Masters 
and Varsity Chorale for mixed instrumen- 
tal and vocal numbers. The Orchestra was 
directed by Mrs. Cathy Vetovitz. 



;hestra, Row one: Jennifer Kosovich, Emily Baker, Alana Purvis, Christina Hagenbaugh, 
nie Paige, Ashley Joyce, Meg Harasym, Abigael Biehl Row two: Sophia Catlett, Danielle 
hone, Dominique Drake, Elizabeth Gudaitis, Jacqueline Green, Kathleen Oprian, Kari 
nningham, Alison Ablecunas, Kevin Henderson, Lisa Hale. Row three: Director, Mrs Cathy 
tovetz, Dan Giancola, Nicole Hemmert, Kelly Hanson, Tamika Drake. Row four: Mark Moster, 
teShy, Myron Matlock, Shawn Joyce, Andrea Mc Collum. Sharon Stansberry, Christine 
tard. Row five: Syreeta Rembert, Mark Selvagglo, Mario Shy, Kevin Miklavcic, Steve Sabo, 
mifer Davies, Jean De Wine. 




.lamie Paige, Karl Cunningham. Danielle Mahone. 
Mark Moster and Tamika Drake -.hou ihe bcjuiitul 
music ihev can make. 




Above: Sarah Hiscott and Glenn Ramdhan discus.s 
the music before the program. 

Left: Orchestra members clowning around befor they 
have to go on stage. 



Marques Mc Millian works on his number before the 
show. 



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ORGANIZING ACTiyiTIES 

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Student Council gets the job doni 




Student Council was the organiza 
tion that organized the activities 
that occurred at The Euclid High 
School. They sponsored different fund- 
raisers throughout the year to help defray 
the cost of Prom. They organized 
Homecoming and Winterfest and other 
dances, they sponsored the blood drive 
and collected food for needy families 
during Thanksgiving and the Winter 
Holidays. They were the people that did 
the work to make the school year 
proceed smoothly. Mrs. Kimberly Fish 
and Ms. Elizabeth Steck were the new 
advisers for the club. 



Student Council Representatives, Row one: 
Victoria Bowser, Christina IHagenbaugh, Kemi 
Ojo, Danielle Bailey, Fallon Pulley, Ciaran 
Fitzgerald, Jennifer Easley Row two: Monique 
Aldridge, Nathaniel Dore. Mercedes Ivey, 
Kendasha Glenn, Tamika Drake, Shruti Malik. 



Student Council Row one Christina Hagenbaugh, Austine Clark, Cory Mc Redmond, Danielle Bailey, Victoria Bowser, Dana Major, Tanesha Lei 
Ciaran Fitzgerald, Stephanie Thomas, Fallon Pulley, Delores Aquabe, Shavon Pannell. Row two: Monique Aldridge, Katy Sanlcky, Kristen Clarl 
Erica Stahre, Jenny Koller, Shruti Malik, Mercedes Ivey, Danielle Shipp, Kemi Ojo, LIndsey Byrne, Jenny Shea, Leslie Penko. Row three: Advist 
Ms Elizabeth Steck, and Mrs Kimberly Fish, Althea Jones, Kelly Bivins, Christina Tings, Jennifer Easley, Kendasha Glenn, Rafaela Grillo, 
Jennifer Scott. Elizabeth Miller, Tamika Drake, Steve Sabo, Nathaniel Dore. 



Student Council Executive Board: Adviser, Ms. 
Elizabeth Steck, Monique Aldridge. Vice 
President, Nathaniel Dore, President, Victoria 
Bowser, Secretary, Shruti Malik, Treasurer, 
Adviser, Mrs, Kimberly Fish. 



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DEFENDING OUR COUNTRY 

4.J.R.O.T.C. helps Euclid students prepare for the armed services 




N.J.R.O.T.C. was the organization 
that helped prepare students to 
enter miUtary careers after they 
graduated from high school. They learned 
about all the things that they would 
experience if they were in the armed 
forces. They went on field trips to other 
schools to compete with their skills. The 
program helped students attend college 
since it helped defray their costs. 



Rachel Dixon, Matthew Tschantz, Kelly Collins, 
Amani Brown, Michael Gonzalez, Angela Cipriano 
and Ilya Kharin dressed for the inspection that was 
held on December 7, 1999. 




.^hove: Moonilal Kamdhan, Dc\in Chrestoff, John 
Koeth and Jonathan Wilbraham carry the colors. 

Left: The different classes are presented for inspec- 
tion. 




;nts listened to presentations by several speakers during the inspection. 



I he inspection was a solemn ceremony and everyone 
paid strict attention to what was being said. 



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A BUNCH OF CRAZ\ 

Fall Play showed strange relationship 



For this year's Fall Play, Euclid High 
School presented "Mixed Nuts". It 
was a charming, comedy packed 
story of an aspiring young writer named 
Michael CaldwelKNate Dore) who 
traveled to New York seeking his fame. 
There he moved into a low rent apartment 
building managed by Edna(Lauren 
Miheli) and inhabited by other hopeful 
'artists'. 

Marshall(Dan May) was the first 
of these characters that Michael encoim- 
tered. Marshall was an actor who's lack of 
employment caused him to specialize in 
portraying a wide variety of cocktail 
vegetables. Next, Michael was introduced 
to a Russian free-lance ballerina named 
Tanya( Jessica Morris). Tanya was 
eccentric, egotistical and believed she had 
links to the famous Romanov family. 
Finally Michael met Phil Delia 
Vecchia(Kristin Clark) who was 
sarcastic, pessimistic, and had an unmis- 
takable chemistry with Michael. Helping 
to move the plot along was Michael's 
alter ego, Mike(Michael Manfredonia), 
along with the haunting image of his 
mother(Austine Clark). 

The attraction between Phil and 
Michael heightened when Michael went 
on a date with a flity model named 
Heather(Katie Sivik). Phil scared Heather 
off, and Michael was distraught but 
recovered quickly. However, wounds 
were reopened when Phil, Marshall, and 
Tanya discover that Michael sold out his 
friends by writing a 'not-so-nice' story 
about them and sold it to the "New 
Yorker". The play closed on an explosive 
scene between Michael and Phil when 
they confessed their love for each other. 

An extraordinary effort was 
given by all the people involved in the 
play which was directed by Mrs. Tina 
Peterson. Many new students became 
involved with the play and learned about 
working together. For the older ones it 
was their last play at The Euclid High 
School. 

-Austine Clark 

Austine Clark tries to get Nate Dore to come hack to 

Cleveland. 
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Fall Pla\, Ro\s one: Mike Manfredonia. Nathaniel l)(ire. Kristin (lark, Dan May, Jessica Morris, Kati 
Sivik Row two: Erin Flemming, Mrs, Christina Peterson, .\urtine Clark, Brigid Sarns-Gaunt, Lauren 
Miheli, Shawn Joyce, Chris Hongosh, Sarah Lipiec, Jennifer Davies, Katlin Proctor. 




CHARACTERS 

between strange people 




iniel Dore and Kristen Clark getting ac- 
ed at the beginning. 



Lauren Miheli show Nate Dore the apartment which he finds to be less Nate Dore areues with his alter 
than attractive. ego_ Mike Manfredonia about 

what is good for him. 




Above: Nate Dore entertains Katie Sivic who 

is a ditzy blonde with no personality. 

Left: Kristin Clark has returned to Nate 
Dore after interviewing all day. Jessica 
Morris and Dan May are also there and they 
are discussing what they should do for the 
evening. 



Above Left: Kristin Clark discusses her undying love 
for Nate with Dan May who is her close friend. 

Above Right: Nate Dore imagines a scene from "Star 
Wars" in which he is Hans Solo and Kristin Clark is 
Princess Leia. 



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A DREAM COME TRUI 



Winterfest was held on Saturday, 
February 26 from 8:00 to 
1 1 :00 pm in the E-room and 
was enjoyed by about 425 students. 148 
couples attended the festivities while 129 
students decided to do it alone. It didn't 
matter if they came together or alone, 
most of the students who attended had a 
good time as witnessed by the many 
sweaty bodies that were present when the 
dance was over. The weather was 
absolutely perfect with highs during the 
day in the seventies which led to a warm 
evening in which many couples spent 
some of their evening on the patio. 
Student Council decorated the E-room 
with balloons and name tags of everyone 
who attended and the participants voted 
on the King and Queen at the dance. 
Becky Jenkins, Kemi Ojo, Jennifer 
Davies, Rebecca Marek and Allison 
Penko were the candidates for Queen 
while Chris Moore, Eric Scalese, Nate 
Dore and Matt Simenc were the candi- 
dates for King. Allison Penko and Eric 
Scalese were voted the Queen and King 
at the dance. 



Bobby Ashdown, Gina Gaglione, Mary Tracy, 
Joe Monreal, Sarah Lipiec, Nate Dore, Melissa 
Shea, Nicole Kolenc and Sandra Mowery looking 
really nice at the dance. 



Above: .Jennifer Davies, Devin Chrestoff, Chris Moore, Melanie 
Fuller, Alana Purvis and Marques Richeson were really happy to be 
at the dance. 

Right: Christina Hagenbaugh, Jennifer Easley, Latoya Johnson 
and Christal Crosby had to get some refreshments since they were 
having so much tun. 

Winterfest 




^interfest 2000 gave more than 400 students 
chance to get together and enjoy themselves 




Far Left: Allison Penko being crowned by 
Vicky Bowser. 

Left Middle and Left: Larry Russell and 
Grace Thompkins and Mary Tisi and 
Brian La Bounty wanting to be together at 
the festivities. 



Winterfest 



CULTURAL RECOGNITION 

A.F.S. exposes students to different custom 



A. F. S. was a club in which the 
members were exposed to 
different cultures by meeting 
people from different countries. There 
were seven foreign exchange students at 
Euclid during the year. They gat a chance 
to learn about the customs in America and 
Euclid students gat a chance to learn 
about other countries. A.F.S. gave the 
students a chance to get together and 
participate in picnics, luncheons and 
exchanges with other schools. It was a 
great way to see how things operated in 
other countries. Mrs. Barbara Ramlow 
was the adviser for the group. 









Four of Euclid's foreign exchange students were; 
Rocio Verdugo from Chile, Kasper Karstensen Ironi 
Denmark, Rafaela Grillo tfoin Brazil and Christiana 
Tings from Gennany. 



AF,S Ro\\ OIK (lal)rK'ik' Kcll>, Christiana Tings, .Judy Glescky, Rocia Verdugo, Leslie Penko. Row tv, 
Elizabeth Montague, Rat'aela Grillo Row three: Mandy Kane, Lindsey Byrne Row lour: Sara Pfahl, S 
Nell, .Angela Cipriano, .lanelle Muhvic, Row fi\e: Carolyn Connelly, Tara Mc Connell, Rebecca Wain; 
Lizz Skok, Allison Penko, Melissa Waina, Kellx Ba>log. Row six: Kelly Ruscin, Kasper Karstensen, 
.lennifer Muhvic. 




Above and Right: APS members listen as Mrs. 
Barbara Ramlow describes what will be going on in 
Che AFS club in the future. 



:ONFLICT RECOGNITION 

Mediators help students work out their differences 

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ators. Row one: Bethany Fine, Kelly Collins, Jennifer Lee, Ashley .lones, Segundina Mc Phearson, 
ina Peacock, Stacia Ellison, Kari Cunnin^^ham, Chris Hongosh Row two; Nicole Pritchett, Jennifer 
ips, Cassandra Shepherd, Jackie Dula, Brad Nagle, Kendra Smith, Corey Russell, Sandra Mowery, 
le Alatis, Leslie Penko Row three; Sam Smythe, Moonilal Ramdham, Ramon Rogers, Taqoyia 
pton, Jennifer Easley, Robert Graves, Elizabeth Montague. Tiffany Hall, Sallimatu Mulbah, Carmen 
DianI Patel. Row four; Tameka Smith, Jonathan Locust, Daniel Frowerk, Matt Mytro. Deonte 
ell, Tameka Drake, Janelle Muhvic, Nekima Hill 




ver have a disagreement with 
someone else? Probably everyone 
fhas. How did you work it out? 
Most problems were worked out by the 
people involved. Sometimes, however, 
that didn't work and an outside mediator 
was necessary to resolve the conflict. 
That was the purpose of the mediators. 
The students took many hours of instruc- 
tion where they learned how to listen and 
help students who were in conflict. The 
mediators were able to prevent many 
situations from becoming unmanageable. 
Ms. Kathleen McDonnell was the 
director of the students and in charge of 
training them. 




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lelt; Stacia Ellison, Nate Dore and Shayla Holt 

working together at a summer leadership training 

workshop. 

Above; Nicole Candow and Moonilal Ramdhan 

helping to train 3rd grade conflict mediators from 

Upson Elementary School. 

Below Left; Mediators practicing their skills with their 

other mediators. 

Below; Euclid staff members learning how the 

mediation technique works. 




Mediators 



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HELPING AROUNI 

Office Aides make the office work easiei 



Think of all the things that had to 
happen in order for a normal day 
to pass at Euclid High School. 
Much went on inside the classroom but 
much went on outside it. The activities 
that occurred in the offices were very 
important in getting through the school 
day. The office aides played an important 
part in making the day go smoothly. They 
filed, sorted, got students from class- 
rooms, filled out lists and did many other 
things that made it easier for the secretar- 
ies to do their jobs. 



Below: Kiera Murry, Tiera Mitchell and Kari 
Cunningham help out in ihe office hy filing records. 

Below Right: Tamika Drake also helps by putting 
away some files. 




.■\hhv Blazetic works to sort some forms. 



Dominique Drake uses the folding machine to tc 
prepare information to be sent hoine. 




rHE SCHOOL 

Z^linic Aides help take care of the sick 




tin Arp, and Brian Borcziak attend to Christina Pacheco when she is in the cMnic. 



May I have a pass to the clinic?" 
was a question that many 
teachers and staff heard 
throughout the year. It indicated that a 
student was not feeling well and needed 
some physical help. When they got to the 
clinic they found health aides and clinic 
aides present to help them out. The clinic 
aides would take temperatures, monitor 
the students, file reports and run errands 
for the health aides. They made it easier 
for everyone. 




Brigid Sams-Gaunt helps Andrea Kouns with some 
ice to make the swelling go down. 





Brigid Sams-Gaunt had some trouble when she sat 
down on a chair and it broke and she fell to the floor. 



Sandv Hausen, Ericlia Stahre 
and Adria Mc Gill learned lots 
of interesting things while they 
worked in the offices. 



: Grubach, Bridget Finlay, Dominique Rice, Jenny Keller and Erin Herzberg working hard in the 
2s to keep the records organized. 




Clinic Aides 



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AUTOMOBILE MAEVTAINANCI 

Vocational Automotives keep the engines runnin 



An automobile was one of the most 
important items that a person could own. 
Our society literally revolved around it. 
What happened if it didn't work, though? You 
took it to a mechanic to have it fixed. How did the 
person know how to service your car? The 
Vocational Automotive program was one way. 
The class was taught by Mr. Tony Rozman and it 
was a way for students to learn how to repair 
automobiles. The junior class met in the morning 
and the senior class iriet in the afternoon. They 
worked on their own cars and on the cars of other 
students and faculty members so they could get 
experience for future jobs. 





Senior Vocational Automotives. Row one: Eric Williams, Jermaine Padgette, Jarrod Holmes, Brandon 
Graves, Tarik Kamara, .1. P. Kilroy. Row two; John Holmes, Matt Hiscott, Nick Malnar, Erik Stenger. 
Rank Bandy. Fayet Tennet HI. Tim Haneline. 




Junior Vocational .Automotives. Row one: Kevin Baisden, William Bishop. Row two: Jim Salvatore, Josh 
Provatere, Steve Cahill. Matt Black, Victor Walker, Kevin Laznik, James Clark, Josh Milolajski Rott ■ 
three: Chris (Jrad, Ron Thompson. Ben Cox. Bart Stewart. Rohert J. Lucas. Robert Baranowski, Marl. 
West, Mike Fetheroff 



Top: Automotive students checking out the brakes on 
a car. 

Above and right: if there is a problem with these cars 
these students are trained to find it. 



104 A Vocational Automotives 




:ULTURAL EXPERIENCE 

itudents learned about different cultures 




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\he purpose of the Cultural Club 
was to expose students to 
different cultures so they could 
be more informed of the behaviors of 
different people. They did this by 
going to different types of restaurants 
to sample foods that were based on 
different cultures. Mrs. Ingrid Koenig 
was the adviser for the group. 



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ural Club: Adviser. Mrs. Ingrid Koenig, David King, Katie Sanicky. Steplianle Hughes, Kristin Clarlt, 
ie Brys, Jessica Jurcak. 





Above: Kellie Brys and David King talk to Mrs. 
Ingrid Koenig about what they will be doing in the 
future. 

Left: Cultural Club members discuss where they are 
going to eat for their nesi culinary experience. 



»OETRY E< MOTION 

)etry Club members found reading poetry a moving experience 




Do you like to read poetry? The 
members of the Poetry Club 
did. They also liked to write 
poetry. They got together after school 
with their adviser, Ms. Barbra Spiga, 
and would enjoy reading poetry to each 
other. 



Members of the Poetry Club enjoyed reading poetry to 
each other. 



Cultural/Poetry Clubs 



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SERVICE WITH A SMILE 

Key Club works hard to help othen 



Want to help others? The Euclid 
Key Club did. Key Club was J 
an organization associated 
with Kiwanis that help other people. The 
members volunteered to help out at food 
shelters and different types of homes. 
The president was Abby Biebl and the 
vice-president was Elizabetb 
Scbeurman. The secretary was Melissa 
Shea while Mary Tracy was the 
treasurer. The group met every Thursday 
evening in the Little Theater where they 
discussed what they would be doing in 
the future. Mr. Allen Black was the 
adviser for the group. 

-Allison Penko 






Mary Tracy, Melissa .Shea, Abby Biehl and Elizabeth Scheurman beginning the meeting by saying the 
Pledge of Allegiance. 



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Top and Above: Key Club members learning about the 
future activities of the club. 



1()6A Key Club 



The members all rose and said the Pledge of Allegiance before the rest of the business at the meeting was 
discussed. 



jTudent creativity 

^ucuyo allows students to express their feelings 
nd to conceive new ideas 





Like to write or draw or compose 
poetry? If so, you might have a 
chance of having your work 
published in Euclid's literary magazine, 
Eucuyo. Students submitted original 
works to the editors of the magazine who 
looked through it and picked the best to 
be published in their magazine. For the 
past couple of years Eucuyo only existed 
on a website, but this year they decided 
to go back to a paper magazine so 
students could carry it around with 
themselves and refer to it whenever they 
wanted. Mrs. Gale Flament was the 
adviser for the group. 



Above Left and Left: Adviser. Mrs. Gale Flament. 
explains to the group how they are going to get the 
stories and pictures together to make a worthwhile 
magazine. 



It's Academic was a group of 
students who practiced answering 
questions quickly so they could 
compete on the It's Academic show on 
television on channel 5. They would 
practice by answering questions posed 
to them by the adviser, Ms. Lucy Pratt. 
It tested whether the students could 
think fast on their feet. 




Left: Shruti Malik, Rich Rohl and Dave King getting ready to answer some qiicsiions. 

Above: Ilya Kharin and Matt Tschantz discussing the show's format with Ms. Lucy Pratt. 

Eucuyo/lt's Academic ▲ 107 



fflSTORY OF THE YEAI 

The yearbook helps students remember their school day 



The Euclidian staff put together all 
the pieces of the school year into a 
book that was published for 
everyone to see. Athletic and extracur- 
ricular events had to be photographed and 
aiTanged into a fonn that would allow the 
students to remember many of the events 
that occurred throughout their school 
year. The 2000 book was the last of the 
second millennium and was the 51st year 
that the yearbook had been published at 
The Euclid High School. Most of the 
work on the book was accomplished 
before and after school with very little 
being done during the school day. Mr. 
Bill Von Benken was the adviser who 
got everything to come together and got 
the material to the plant on time. 




Sumillya Lewis. Nekima Hill. Crystal Langford. 
Kelli Bivins and Niesia Lewis helped get the senior 
pietiires airanged and in their places. 




Members of the yearbook homeroom gel dressed up 
tor Blue and Gold Day which was sponsored by 
Student Council. 




•^ Brian La Bounty. Mary Tisi and .\ndrew Walker working to get the pictures on a page. 



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Sarah Osterman and Bridget Resnik filling envelops with the information that was mailed home to all thil 
families. 




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Kimi Ojo, Kelli Bivins and Nekima Hill w orking hard to get the collage put together. 



SETTING THE NEWS OUT 

Tie Survey printed newsworthy events of the year 




/ey, Row one; Laura Ross, Mary Tracy, Kelly Hanson. Row two: Christina Hagenbaugh, 
nah Stoudemire, Katie Ketciium, Adviser, Mr Robert Petrovic Row three: Aaron Carpenter, 
ileen Oprian, Sara Petrochic. Row four: Marques Richeson, Elizabeth Gudaitis, Jacqueline 
ene, Dominique Drake. Row five: Mike Babuder, Mike Fink, Elizabeth Scheurman, Matthew 
sbury, Alison Baranowski. Row six: Ryan Sarpolis, Derik Malenda, Dan Fonovic, David King 




The Survey's job was to get the 
school news out to the students in 
a timely manner. It wrote about 
issues that were important to the students 
and staff. Reporters went out into the 
school and gathered information that was 
distilled and entered into computers so it 
could be arranged into the pages of the 
paper. Christine Metti and Laura Ross 
were the Co-Editors-in -chief and were 
responsible for getting all the stories 
assigned and recovered and entered into 
the computer and laid out. Mr. Robert 
Petrovic was the adviser for the group 
and made sure that everything worked 
out in the end. 




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Top: Survey members filling out mformation about 
what tliey would like to do during the year. 

Above: Adviser. Mr. Bob Petrovic. explains what 
needs to get done in order to get the paper out. 

Left: Survey Co-Editors-in-chier. Laura Ross and 
Christine Metti and Melissa Shea get ready to get the 
year off to a good start. 



Survey 



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THE ART OF SELLING 

Marketing Education helps students learn about busines 



Distributative Education Clubs of 
America(DECA) was an 
association of Marketing 
students that coincided with Euchd's 
Mai'keting Education class. Ms. Lisa 
Simon was the adviser for the club. In 
DECA. students took part in a competi- 
tive series of events that dealt with 
advertising, management and market- 
ing. 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 
competitions. In their junior year, 
marketing students studied business 
finance, marketing research and other 
business related activities. Seniors spent 
part of their day in school learning 
about job interviewing, sales and 
advertising. During the remainder of the 
day they were employed at local retail, 
wholesale or service businesses. 




Senior Marketing, Row one: Russell Howard, Brandon Linton, Lizz Skok, Jason Matthews, Cheryl 
Brewer, Matt Flynt, Oniid Tavakoli Row two: Carly La Bounty, Nicole Raia, .Jamie Raymond, Jacob 
Tucker, .\llyson Kumel. Ivan Gelo, Erica Scaparotti, Lindsey Nagode Row iliree: Tim Sacko, Matt 
Simenc, Mike Suchy, Samir Ahmetovic, Mike Gruhach, Joe Grgincic. 




fRYING TO PRODUCE A SHOW 

Vai Napolo found an adviser 




■Jappolo. Row one: Lli/.aht'tli Schfurnian. Nicole Kolenc, Dana Majer. Krin Herzberg. Row two: 
ca Davis, Meg Harasym, Kelly Hanson. Katie Blazetic. Victoria Bowser, Erin Weatherman. 



The girls from Wai Napolo were hoping 
that the third year would be a charm. 
They were not able to put on a Swim 
Show for the past two years since there were 
budget cuts and loss of an adviser. 1999-2000 
hoped to he different since Euclid passed a 
school levy and Mrs. Katie Morris and Mr. 
John Gibbons elected to help the girls as 
advisers. This year they had a chance to put on 
a show. 



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Wai Napolo members praclicmg their routines in the 
pool. 



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Row one: Aziza Roberts, Angela Indiano, Jackie Hayes, Jillian Udovich, Amber Tinker, Leanne 
Hi, Cerrissa Wolenski, Stacy Zdesar, Sara Via Row two: Joshua Weidensall, Donny Ludvik, Bonnie 
!ee, Michael Martin, Bryan Vidra, Martin Kenny, Kristin Donner. Kristen Stansberry. Kristen 
n. I.ori MedM's. Instructor. Mr. Dick Homovec. 



Diversified Cooperative Training (DCT) 
was a program that enabled students to 
get credit for going to school but also 
gave them the experience of participating in the 
business world. Mr. Dick Homovec was the 
instructor who gave the students information in 
class and kept in touch with their employers to 
see how they were doing. 





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students spent their mornings in class and then 
to their jobs where they learned about being 
ayed. 



DCT/Wai Napolo 



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ENFORCING THE hJm 

Euclid class helps students enter the field of law enforcemem 



Vocational Law Enforcement was 
a way for students to learn how to 
enter the law enforcement field. 
This program was open to juniors and 
seniors from Euclid and surrounding 
school districts. The juniors met in the 
morning while the seniors met in the 
afternoon. Mr. Nick Selvaggio was tlie 
instructor for the program and in it 
students learned the basics of law 
enforcement and security. The students 
helped with the security around the 
school by monitoring the cameras that 
were placed throughout the building. 





Senior Law Enforcement, Row one: Mike Cardile, Jesse Marcum, Daniel Sheldon, Mike Ambrc 
Pat Mc Candless, Ryan Tiedman Row two: Instructor. Mr Nick Selvaggio, Matt Stih, Erron Mi 
Clain, Justin Rusnak, Jason Duke, Jeremy Taylor, Adam Zwegat. 



Aaron Mc Clain and Mike Ambrose working on the 
law enforcement eoniputers to help develop their law 
enforcement skilK. 





Junior Law Enforcement, Row one: Alexandria Sylvia, Tiffany Irwin, Adam Harris, Wayne Batts| 
Crystal Chillious, Krysti Barcini Row two: Instructor, Mr. Nick Selvaggio, Chris Byers, Ken 
Massy, Sean Lennon, Kyle Albert, Sam Bass. 



Daniel Sheldon monitors hall activity while Jason 
Duke works on a computer. 

1 1 2^ I-aw Enforcement 





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fi^ETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS 

.B.E. helps students understand how an office works 




Cooperative Business Education 
was a program that enabled 
students to learn about the 
business world. The members were in 
class for two periods in the morning but 
in the afternoon they would go to a job 
where they could apply what they were 
learning during their class. They learned 
what it was like to work in a business 
office. They learned how to use com- 
puter programs, how to file, how to use a 
machine transcriber, and how to use the 
Internet for business. They earned two 
credits for the class and two credits for 
the job experience. They were evaluated 
by their employer and by Mrs. Ellen 
Klein who was the teacher in charge of 
the program. 



£ Ashanti Eads, Diana Tocarchick, Melissa Jenkins, Lecretia Bolden, Ebony Kizer Row 
/I Ray Westbrooks, Leonna Foster, Tiffany Anderson, Corey Payne, Ebony IVlills, Rachel 
jug. 



bcational Art helps students develop their artistic abilities 




Vocational Commercial Art was a 
program to help prepare students 
to go into the world of art. The 
students met for three periods every day 
and learned about art and got a chance to 
create art. They developed portfolios that 
they could use when applying for a job. 
The program was instructed by Mrs. 
Edie Mellen. 



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lational Comercial Art. Row one: Aaron KIco, John Earick, Deanna Mance, Alii Gundic, 
hhanie Tamburro, Frank Cvetkovic Row two: Patrick Finegan, Dennis Warman, Kevin 
I ng, Eddie Ostrander, Derek Williams, Brendan Hall, Cora Edinburgh, Instructor. Mrs Edie 
i en. Row three: James Gage, Sean Swift, Arek Helcberger, Matt Hernandez, James Gydosh, 
ijther Champa, Dustie Hottenroth. 





Instiuctor, Mrs. Edie Mellen shows the important 
parts of compoosition to her sliidents. 

C.B.E./Commercial Art A 113 



TOP STUDENTS 

Honor Society students have good grades and good involvemenl 



National Honor Society was an 
organization for students with 
high academic achievement as 
well as being involved in many activities 
both in and outside school. Academi- 
cally qualified juniors and seniors had to 
show that they were involved in extra- 
curricular activities in order to be chosen 
as members of the N.H.S. Throughout 
the year members participated in 
activities that helped throughout the 
school and in the community. Ms. Diane 
Maroli was the adviser for the group. 



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Above: .Allison Pcnko. Dcrik Malenda, .Andrew 
Walker and Brld{;et Resnik iicllinii ready to get the 
meeting started. 

Right Top to Bottom: NHS members learning about 
what will be expected ot them in the coming months. 





rOP OF THE HILL 

d and Snowboard Club gives students a chance to have fun in the winter 




irs and snowboarders were taken to the slopes hy chartered 



Alter arri\)ng Derik Malenda. Tim 
Carpenter, Joe Zuzic and Brandon 
Novinc got their equipment so they 
could net to their lesson. 




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inter 2000 was a tremendous 
success for the Ski and 
Snowboard Club. Altogether, 
fifty two students boarded the bus and 
traveled to Brandy wine for an evening of 
skiing or snowboarding. For the first time 
ever the name Ski Club was not appropri- 
ate since snowboarders outnumbered the 
skiers by a 3: 1 margin. The popularity of 
snowboarding in the last few years 
changed the makeup of the club. The 
club went to Brandywine Ski Area on 
Thursday evenings since that area has a 
terrain park just for snowboarders where 
there were lots of jumps and a half-pipe. 
The Ski Club was a tremendous value 
since the price included the bus transpor- 
tation out and back, lift tickets, rental 
equipment (if needed), lessons and three 
lift tickets that could be used for any four 
hour session whenever they wanted to 
go. The club gave beginners a chance to 
try skiing or snowboarding since they 
could go out with friends and they took 
lessons which made the experience more 
enjoyable. Many of the members had 
participated before, but there were inany 
new members who had never gone out 
before and were enjoying the fun of 
skiing or snowboarding for the first time. 
Mr. Bill Von Benken was the adviser for 
the group. 

I ar l-cll: Mike I He, Sieve Baron, Eric Scalese, Dino 

Zuzic, Danny Konovic, Derik Malenda and Kurt 

Long getting ready to hit the slopes. 

Lett: Kurt Long, Lindsey Mastalski and Cory Mc 

Redmond waitina for their lesson. 

Ski Club ▲ 115 



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PRAYING, MARCHING 



The CRUX was a group of students that 
met before school and tried to get 
spiritual inspiration from the Bible. They 
would sing together and tried to improve their 
lives through God. Ms. Diane Tizzano was the 
adviser for the group. 




At the beginning of the year the CRUX encour- 
aged everyone to meet at the flag pole in front of 
the school in the morning to have a short 
service. Students prayed and sang songs. 



The Drill Team was a group of girls who 
marched together. They performed 
duhng half time at one of the basketball 
games. They practiced after school by running 
to get into condition and synchronizing their 
motions and routines. They marched up and 
down the stairs and coordinated their activities 
in the E-Room. 




Above; The Drill Team members practicing for 
their performance. 

Right: The members performed during half time 
at a basketball game. 

CRUX/Dnll Team 




; AVING AND HELPING 



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S.A.V.E. was a group of students who 
realized that the resources on the Earth 
are finite and would only last so long. If 
these resources were to be wasted, they 
would not last as long. Their job was to 
educate people to not waste as much and to 
recycle what they had as much as possible. 
They listened to speakers so they learned 
about recycling and distributed boxes so 
students could save their aluminum cans. tVls. 
Keldur Greene was the adviser for the group. 




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s: Grayson Latimor Adviser. Ms Keldur Greene, Diane Hutchins, Lauren Balogh and 

Ida Bell worked hard to help the S.A.V.E. cause. 

Top and Bottom: The members learned about testing water samples and learned about keeping 

in environment. 





K.O.T.B. was a group of students who 
tried to help students recognize 
prejudice and biases towards other 
people. They used puppets and put on 
performances for students in elementary and 
the middle schools. They tried to show that 
everyone is the same inside and should be 
treated alike. 




K.O.T.B. members had to practice their presenta- 
tions before they went to the other schools. 

SAVE/KOTB A 117 



GETTING THE NEWS OUI 

Morning Announcers keep the school informec 



Ever}' morning the Morning 
announcements were brought into 
every homeroom at The Euclid 
High School. They would begin with 
Principal, Mr. Ronald Seymour, 
making some announcements and then 
talking about some educational topic 
such as discipline or attitude. This was 
followed by the student announcers who 
gave information about sports, clubs and 
activities. Sometimes there were special 
announcements by other assistant or 
associate principals or teachers. The 
announcements got the day off to a good 
beginning. 




Top; Principal, Mr. Ron Seymour always began the 
morning announcements by talking about some 
appropriate topic. 

Above: Elizabeth Sclieurman always greeted the 
cameras with a smile. 



The Media Aides controlled the sound and liahts at the assemblies that were held at the school. 



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Media Aides/PA Announcers 



JEEING IS BELIEVING 

[edia Aides supply the audio- visual needs of the school 



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Lett: Elizahi'th Scluiiriinin and I)a\id Kinj; were 
the two iinnouneers who presented most of the 
information that dealt with sports, clubs and activities 
lo the student body. 



Below : Mike Solema. Joe Plovock, Josh Fine and 
Mike Manfredonia were some of the media aides 
that were responsible for getting the morning 
announcements out to the homerooms in the school. 
Some of them controlled the cameras while others 
were in charge of making sure the audio and video 
signals were at the correct levels and going to the 
correct places. 



The Media Aides were the students 
that controlled all the audiovisual 
operations at the high school. 
Their adviser was Mr. Allen Black who 
supervised all of their activities. They 
distributed A/V equipment at the 
beginning of the year and collected and 
serviced it at the end. They supplied all 
the lighting and special effects for the 
plays and shows and taped all the 
activities. They were the controllers 
behind the morning announcements. 



Stanic, Mike Solema, Mike Manfredonia and Tim Sheehan controlling what is going on the the 
cast room. 



Tim Sheehan getting ready to use the camera to get 
the morning announcements to all the homerooms. 

Media Aides/PA Announcers A 119 



GOT A JOB? 

Many of Euclid's students dc 



About three quarters of Euclid's 
seniors and many of the under 
classmen had part time jobs 
while they were attending high school. 
Most students felt that the job was a 
necessity in order to afford things like 
clothes, entertainment and amusement. 
Some of the students were using their 
wages to save towards college while 
others used their money to pay for a car 
which was a means of transportation. 
Whatever it was used for the job gave 
the students a chance to earn real money 
and leam about managing their savings. 




Above: Ricky (k'ccMJch has to move things around at 
his joh at Dairy Queen, 

Above Right: Lizz .Skok and Bridget Rcsnik do a lot 

of shipping at their job and have beeonie Iriends with 
their UPS driver, Larry Harris, 

Right and Far Right: Adria Mc Gill and Eddy 

Ostrander are happy to get your order at Dany queen. 



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Jobs 




[it: Rebecca Waina has lo get up really early to 
ver her Plain Dealers in the morning. 

Right: Melissa Waina doesn't have to get up 
I arly to till her orders at Dairy Queen. 

pw Right: Stephanie Buchannen, Lizz Skok, 
Ipgtt Rcsnik and Kelly Baylog are learning 
i'ut the job world at Quinte\. Inc. 




ne: Chris Carlson programs CNC maehines at 
man Enterprises. 

lit: Bridget Resnik shows off her pet plant 
ch helps her through her job at Quintex, Inc. 
Right: Allison Penko is a receptionist at Dr. 
lur Bram's office. 



KEEP IT LOCKED UP 

Lockers allow students to express themselves 



Everybody had one, but many 
students used their locker to show 
their individuahty by decorating 
the insides with pictures, magazine and 
newspaper articles. Their locker became 
a medium with which they were able to 
express their ideas and interests in life. 
Decorations ranged from a few simple 
pictures to elaborate assortments of 
pictures and articles. Their locker was 
their was of showing the other students 
who they were. 





Emily Toth, Michelle Wilson, Meg Harasym, 
Kendra Smith, Andrea Kunes, Jennifer 
Davies. Carly Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Tim 
Sheehan, Milan Tomsic and Sarah Hiscott 

showing off their homes away from home. 



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cademics was one of the most important parts of life at 
High school. Students came to school and were greeted by 
teachers and staff that had made preparations for the educa- 
tional process. As the second millennium ended the chance of gettir| 
a good education in the Euclid Schools remained high. 




Above: Studenl^ Icaming about using computers in the 
computer lab. 

Right: Mrs. Jan Ulle Is always ready to help out her 
students. 

Far Right: Band Director. Diane Ti/zano. puts in Ion 
hours getting the music department arranged. 

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Above: The classroom is an important place to get the 
knowledge that will enable students to prepare for the 
future. 

Left: Mrs. Deborah Rudder helps her students 
prepare for the world of nutritional cooking. 

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ADMINISTRATIO> 

The leaders of the organizatior 




School Board members: Carol De Wine, kay F. \ an Ho, President. HoHard 
B. Drake Sr., Kristal Skovira, Carol L. Bechtel. Vice President. 



Student-teaelier interactions are an important part of 
the learning process. 
128 ▲ Academics 



Claudia Spencer 

Ninth Grade Principal 

Steven Barrett 

Tenth Grade Principal 

Pat Vuyancili 

Eleventh Grade 
Principal 

Michael Barnes 

Twelfth Grade 
Principal 




Euclid School'sAdministration. Row one: Stephen A. Vasek, Treasurer, Kurt T. 
Stanic, Superintendent of Schools, John P. Fell, Assistant Superintendent. Row tv 
.lanicc (Jallagher, Director of Special Programs. David VanI.eer, Director of Pup 
Personnel, John Clapacs, Director of Business Affairs, Katie Robln.son, Director 
Human Resources. 




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NEW 
FACES 

Unit Principals seemed to 
have a very short lifetime 
at Euclid. For the third 
time in as many years Euclid saw 
two new principals when school 
began in the Fall. Mrs. Claudia 
Spencer and Mr. Pat Vuyancih 
took over as ninth and eleventh 
grade unit principals. Mrs. 
Spencer came to the high school 
from Euclid Central Middle 
School where she was a principal. 
Mr. Vuyancih was a social 
studies teacher at the high school 
until this year when he moved up 
to the unit principal position. The 
counselors have remained the 
same for the past several years 

Top Row: 
Bill Dwyer 

Ninth Grade Counselor 

A-K 

Lynn Davis 

Ninth Grade Counselor 

L-Z 

Brenda Barker 

Tenth Grade Counselor 

A-K 




Ron Seymour talking to the students helorc an 
assembly thai was held in the auditorium. 

Students learn how to use computers to write their 
papers in English class. 

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The staff at Euclid High School wa; 
subject to a large change between 
1998-99 school year and the 1999 
2000 school year. Because of an Early 
Retirement Incentive Package that was 
offered at the end of the 1 999 school yea 
many Euclid staff members elected to ret 
and because of the continuing loss of scb 
levies the school board decided not to 
replace all the retirees. Because of that th 
was a lot of shuffling of teachers betweei 
the middle schools and the high school ai 
so there were many new faces at the high 
school for the 1999-2000 school year. 
These staff members were awed by the si 
of the school but were soon able to settle 
down and be able to help students learn t 
information necessary to succeed in the 
world. I 




Top Left: Principal, Mr. Ronald Seymour addressed the students every day during 
homernom. 

Top Right: Ms. Rico Carey and Dr. Cindy Teal worked with the Varsity Chorale 
and the musical department to put on an excellent football show. 

Above: Mr. Dale Holingsworth wants his students to learn as much as possible. 

Right: The library staff is always ready to help students find what they need in the 
library. 

Academics 




Jane Addis. English, Social 
Sludics, AFS Club Adviser, 
Susan Amato, English. 
Betsy Anness, .Spanish I & II. 
Tom Banc, Govt./Geopolitics. 
Head Football Coach, Faculty 
Manager. 
Ethel Barbish, Security. 



,|ohn Barcza. Science. 

.Joyce Barrett, Vocational Home 

Economics. "* 

Laura Boyd, English. 

Allen Black, A V. Technician 

Karen Boyle, Geometry, 

Proficiency math. 



Joan Bcuoy, Secretary. 
Chester Brian, Math, English, 
Science, Social Studies. 
Karen L. Brown, English, Drill 
Team adviser. 

Wendy Capella, Sports Trainer 
Angela Christopher. Main 
Office Secretary, 



Maria Clinkscales, English. 

Kathleen Coolick. World 

history. 

Doc Daugherty, Health & Phys, 

Ed., Head Boy's Basketball 

coach, 

Susan E. Dennis-Rogers, 

College alg/Trig.,Math for 

modern living. Proficiency Math. 

Peter Dautovic. Permanent 

subslitiite. 

Kelly Dell. Secretary. 

Kim Dixon, Mathematics. 

Theresa Dubroy, Mathematics. 

Mike Durbin, Technology 

Coordinator. 

Reggie Echols, Industrial 

Technology. 



Charlotte Elston, Principal's 

secretary. 

Brad Finlayson, Personal and 

Busmess Law, Personal Money 

Matters, Typing. 

Kimberly Fish, Spanish Student 

Council adviser. 

Gale Flament, Art and 

Photography. 

Jane Fowler. Treasurer. 



These students are learning 
about making measurements so 
that they can look at something 
m a more quantitative way. 



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Barbara Gates. Vocational 

Special Education Coordinator. 

John Gibbons. Physical 

Education. 

Thomas Gibbons, World 

History, World Culture. Varsity 

Football & Track.. 

Commander Bill Gray. 

NJROTC Director. 

Keldur Greene, Environmental 

Science. Intro, to Living Things, 

S.A.V.E. Adviser 

Debbie Guarino. Secretary . 

Jeff Hartmann, Social Studies. 

Am. History. 

David Hathaway, Physics. 

Physical Science. 

Fabienne Haymore, French II, 

Permanent Substitute. 

Rob Heramb. Government, 

Economics, Boy's Var,sity 

Tennis. 

Jo Anne Hodder, Guidance 
Secretary. 
Dale HollingsHorth, Science. 
Dick Honiovec, Diversified 
Cooperative Training Coordina- 
tor 
Lisa Howell, English. Readini: 
Beverly Howse, Vocational 
Home Economics. 



Scott Hudson, Biology, H.S 

Science. 

Diane losue. Secretary. 

Melissa Irwin. Business Ed., 

Foundations of Bus.. Personal 

Computers. 

Sgt. Maj. Larry Isaacs, 

NJROTC Asst. Instructor. 

Kathleen Johnson, Foods. 



Pauline Johnson. Athletic 
Office Secretary. 
Joyce Katona. Coordinator for 
Special Needs Students. 
Jim Kelley. U.S. History. 
Social Studies Dept. Chairper- 
son. 
Dennis Kehn. Security Staff 
Director. 
Ellen Klein, C.B.E.. Keyboard- 
ing. Kids on the Block, 
S.A.D.D. Adviser 
Marsha Knauss, Coordinator 
of Special Projects. 
Ingrid Koenig. German. 
Cultural Club Adviser. 
Ken Langdon. Permanent 
Substitute. 
Paula Langdon. Visual Art. 
Lisa Langford. Algebra I. II, 
Proficiency Math. 



Learning how to think is 
an important process that 
will help these students 
throughout their lives. 



Academics 





Marge Lucas, Librarian. Media 

Specialisl. 

Ann Mack. Library Aide. 

Steve Marcu. Psychology. Current 

Issues. Boy's Asst. Varsity 

Baslcelball Coach. 

Diane Maroli. Social Studies. 

N.H.S. Adviser. 

Kathleen Marsh. Library Media 

Specialist. 

Barbra .Masseria. Social Studies. 
Karen Mc Gill. English II. III. 
English as a second Language. 
Ronald Mc Gill. Science. 
Kathleen Mc Donnell. Mediator. 
Brad Mc Govern, A.P.Physics. 



Sandi Mc Redmond. Registrar 

Edie Mellen. Commercial Art. 

Mary Jane Miceli. Discover Art and 

Design. 

Molly Miller, Music 

Flor Misra. Spanish I and II. 



Barry Mita. Science. 

Katie Morris. Spanish. Science. 

Wai Napolo Adviser. 

Vickie Nally. Algebra I. Proficiency 

Math. Geometry. 

Carole Niebes. English. 

Marjjaret Nielson. GRADS 

Coordinaliir. Eamily & Consumer 

Sciences Dept. Chair. 



Barbara Novak. Math Connections. 

■\lgehra 1. Geometry. 

Dawn Ollie. English. Euture 

Educators Adviser. 

Paul Nielsen. Permanent Substitute. 

Scan O'Toole. English. 

Kathy Pasquale. Intervention 

Specialist. Social Studies. English, 

Math. 



Linn M. Parisc, Associate 
Principal's Secretary. 
Demetrius Oliver, JOGS Program. 
Catherine Payne. Librarian. 
Mary Pelton. Biology, Intro, to 
Living Things. Science. 



Jo-Rita Perez. Honors Precalc. 
Alsebra 1. II. 



Students at an assembly waiting fori 
the action to begin. 



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Christina M. Peterson, Honors 

English, English. Drama Club 

Adviser. 

Deborah Petrick. Spanish I, III, 

A.P., Foreign Language Dept. Chair. 

Robert Petrovic, A. P. English. 

English IV, English Dept. Chair., 

Survey Adviser. 

Roy Pignatiello, Honors Geometry, 

Personal Computers, A. P. Computer 

Science. Asst. Football Coach. 

Sally Pla, French, German. 

Lisa Platko, Biology. 

Penny Pletcher, English. 

Lucy Pratt, Accounting. 

Typing, Electronic Office, Word 

Processing. 

Marketa President, English. 

Barbara Ramlow, English. 

AFS Club Adviser. 



Frances Ratka, Planetarium, 

Physical Science. Astronomy. 

Patricia Repko, Secretary. 

Michael Rezzolla, Social 

Studies. 

Kathleen Rodgers, Biology. 

Mary Ann Rodin, Crafts, 

Discovery Art. 



Joseph Rodriguez, Phys. Ed., 

Boy's Swimming Coach. 

Anthony P. Rozman, 

Vocational Automotives I. II. 
Deborah Rudder, Foods I. 
Close-Up Adviser, Student 
Recognition Program Coordina- 
tor. 
Elizabeth Russo, Family 
Resource Manager. 
Joyce Russo, English. 
Sam Santilli, Keyboarding, 
Notetaking, Freshmen football Coach. 
Asst. Girl's Varsity Basketball Coach, 
Gregory Sattler, OWE, Wrestling 
Coach. 
Rhonda Scharf, Heallh/Phys. Ed. 
Dept. Co-Chair, Asst. Varsity Softball 
Coach, Freshmen Volleyball Coach. 
Cheryl Schossler, Intervention 
Specialist. 
Frederick Schroeder, Industrial 
Technology. 

Dona Schuiz, Health Aide. 

Peter Schwenke, Physical 

Education. 

Mickey Segulin, Health Aide. 

Nicholas Selvaggio, Law 

Enforcement, 

Janet Severino, Occupational 

Work Experience Coordinator, 



When students arrived at 
the Homecoming Dance 
they had to check in at 
the door before they 
could enjoy the dance. 



Academics 





Michael Sheck, OWA Work 

Adjuslmenl, Asst. Foiitball Coach. 

Klaine Sheridan, Special Education 

Department. 

Paula Sheridan, Foods I. II. 

Lisa Simon, Marketing, Keyboard- 

ing, DECA Adviser. Volleyball 

Coach. 

James Simpson, Social Studies. 



Robert Smith, Industrial Technol- 
ogy Dept. Chair. 
Shon Smith, English. 
Frank Soltesz, Biology. Environ- 
mental Science, Hockey and Track 
Coach. 

Barbara Spiga, English 10-12, Peer 
Tutoring Adviser. Poetry Club 
Adviser. 
Veronica Stadler, Health. 

Elizabeth Steck, Spanish. 

Dan Stucki, American History. 

Cunent Issues. 

Diane Tizzano, Marching Band. 

Concert Band. Jazz Band. Pep Band. 

Choral iers. 

Christine Torrelli, Chemistry, 

Biology. Science Dept Chair. 

Alex Toth, Math Connections. 

Algebra, Geometry. 

Dennis Turkall, Math. Baseball 

Coach. 

Paula Tusoch, English lO.1 1. 

Patricia Turk, Security. 

Carolyn Triggs, Attendance 

Secretary. 

Janet Ulle, Proficiency Math and 

Geometry. 



Kenneth Vehar, Algebra I. 

Geometry. Basketball Coach. 

Catherine Vetovetz, Orchestra 

Director. 

William Von Benken, Chemistry, 

Honors Chemistry. A. P. Chemistry, 

Ski Club Adviser, Yearbook 

Adviser. 

Daniel Wensing, Proficiency Math, 

Personal Computers, A. P. Calculus. 

Johnnie Mae Walker, Security. 



Choices 
Control 

Our 
Destiny 



On December 13. Euclid students 
attended an assembly where they 
learned about making choices and 
decisions that would affect their 
lives. 



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Freshmen, sophomores and juniors made up the bulk of the studen 
at Euchd High School. Freshmen were new to the building and 
were in the process of learning where all the rooms were located 
and how to get around the building. Most freshmen .showed a large 
change as they progressed throughout their year as they learned the 
necessary survival skills in their new building. Sophomores knew their 
way around for the most part and began concentrating on getting the 
necessary classes to enter their area of interest. Most juniors had a prett 
good idea of where they wanted to go and they spent their time getting 
the courses necessary to achieve their goals. Euclid High School was th 
sum of all these classes being and working together. 



THE SECOND 

1 — e — n — n — i — II — m — 

bNDERCLASS 



ht and Far Right: Milan Tomsic enjoys his time 

participating in the Marching Band while 

minique Drake has lots of fun on the volleyba 

n. 

torn: Amber Fumich works hard on the soccer 

n to perfect her ski 

torn Right: Many underclassmen participate in thi 

rching Band. 




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Freshmen entered The Euclid High 
School from the middle schools 
where they were the oldest class 
and quickly became awed by the large 
size of the building. Orientation classes 
were held at the beginning of the school 
year to help acquaint them with the 
facilities and they began their classes the 
day before the upperclassmen began their 
classes so they would be able to find their 
way around. The universal remark made 
by the freshmen was that the building 
was so large. It took so long to get from 
one class to another because they did not 
have a good route planned between 
classes. They were thnast into a new 
environment, but. as every class before 
them, they adapted and matured and fit 
into the scheme of operations at The 
Euclid High School. 




Clockwise from above: Mr. Fred Schroeder, Mrs. 
Theresa Dubroy, Mrs. Jo-Rita Perez and Mr. 

Dan Stucki explaining what will be happening in 
their classes throughout the year. 



Freshmen 




^s Euclid finishes the second millennium 
reshmen still find the high school a big place 




Ad 



Co 



Artara Adams 
Natasha Adams 
Alise Addison 
lanthe Alatis 
Kristin Allbery 
Dwayne Amey 
Gina Aquilano 



Caitlin Armstrong 

Anthony Bagwell 

Dionne Balfour 

Jennifer Balogh 

Joseph Barnauskas 

Shannon Barrett 

Erin Bartchak 



Timothy Basalla 

Entina Baugh 

Roseanna Begovic 

Angie Bendahan 

Megan Besselman 

Justin Black 

Stephanie Black 



Abigail Blazetic 
Lloyd Bogarty 

Shontae Bonner 

Tajuana Booker 

Michael Boone 

Matthew Bosher 

Anisha Boswell 



Tamara Boswell 

Daenita Bradley 

Jessica Anne Bradley 

Elizabeth Brazis 

Danielle Brickman 

Anthony Brown 

Mondie Brown 



KeOie Brys 

Steven Bucar 

Rachel Burks 

Michael Burton 

Lindsev Byrne 

Ashley Caldwell 

Myron Cannady 



Timothy Carner 

Salvatore Carotenuto 

Timothy Carpenter 

Sophia Catlett 

Bryant Cayson 

; Ray Cederlund 

John Cheney 



Douglas Chmura 

Michael Christian 

Julie Church 

Andrea Claycomb 

Quinisha Clinkscales 

Carlisa Collier 

Kasev Collins 




Freshmen 




Sarah Cook 
Lindsay Cozart 
Richard Crawford 
Corey Crosby 
Marvin Cross Jr 
Tina Cvetkovlc 
Jason D'amico 

Joseph D'amico 
Patrick Daly 
MarshelHs Dancy 
Fallon Davis 
Khalia Davis 
Sherita Davis 
Jason De Angelis 

Catrera N Dean 
Kristen Dennis 
Adriene N Devese 
Lisa Devor 
Del Dickerson 
Juanita Dickinson 
David Disbrow 



Erin Dixon 
Benjamin Dore 
Mia Dotson 
David Dugan 
Wyterrica Dukes 
Jacqueline Dula 
Eugene Dumas 



Jessica Dumas 
Vesta Dvareckaite 
Marcus Epps 
Shav^'n Fails 
Kenneth Farrar 
Amanda Finley 
Victoria Fiorelli 



George Fisher 
Erin Fleming 
De Saun Fluker 
Christopher Foster 
Crishawn Foster 
Daniel Frowerk 
Anthony Galipo 



Elisha Galloway 
Edward Gamero 
Jerry Gatewood II 
Sharte George 
Monica Germovsek 
Andrew Giancola 
Shekinah Gibbs 



Brad Glicken 
Andrew dicker 
Elena Gonzalez 
Kevin Gorman 
David Graham 
Michael Grays 
Antonette Green 



Co 



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Freshmen 



Gr 



Jo 



Rio Green 

Jacqueline Greene 

John Grgincic 

Shinnay Grogan 

Siobhan Guilamo 

Jillian Gustin 

Justin Guzzi 



Kimberlie Hairston 

Lisa Hale 

Clint Hall 

Michelle Hammond 

Taqoyia Hampton 

David Handford 

Jessica E Handford 

Candy Hardwick 

Christopher Hardy 

Samantha Harper 

Kalea Harrington 

Jerrel Harrison 
Michael Harrison 

Robert Hartley 

Columbus Hasberry 

Jayson Hayes 

Shawn Haynes 

Elizabeth Heath 

Amanda Heaton 

Christian Heaton 

Veronica Heim 



Julie Heindell 

Calan Henderson 

Antonio Herrod 

Patrice Hill 

Matthew Holloway 

Nicholas C Hopkins 

Sierra Hopkins 

Jermaine Horton 

Danny Horton Jr 

Christopher Howard 

Ashley Hrovat 

Michael Hudson 

Johnita Hughes 

Haris Huskic 



Monai Huston 

Phillip Hutcherson 

Jessica Ivancic 

Jerome Jackson 

Dorian James 

Shalana James 

Candace Johnson 

Kristen Johnson 

Randy Johnson 

William Johnson 

Rashaad Jones 

Staci Jones 

Wellington Jones 

Sylvester Jordan 




Freshmen 




Ashley Joyce 








James M Jukiewicz Jr 








Jessica Jurcak 








Natalie Kallhof 








Holly Keresztes 








Jeffrey Kime 








Christopher King 








Nicol Kinkopf 








Rayshaun Kizer 






1 i 


Stephanie Knaus 






Kathryn Koran 








Andrea Kouns 








Christopher Kramer 








Julie Kreischer 








Stephanie Krofcheck 






. 


Christopher Kufrin 








Darlene Kuhen 








Kristen Kulbis 








Elizabeth Kunsman 








Adam La Bounty 








Laurie Ladovich 








Tonjania Lake 








Denise Lancaster 








Nichelle Landers 






Daniel Langham 








Adrian Larch 








Grayson Latimore Jr 








Thomas Latsch 








Charice Layman 








Erin Leatherman 








Aaron Leben 








Garry Lee 








Jennifer Lee 








Jesse Lee 








Tameika Lee 








Adam Lenin 








Steven Lewis 






Sumillya Lewis 








Jonathan Locust 








Kurt Long 








Kari Longstreth 








Douglas Lowe 








Justin Luster 








Carlisha Mack 








Lindsay Macleod 








Warren Malcolm 






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Michael Manfredonia 






■ 1 


Nicole Mann 






'% 


Marina Martinovic 








Phillip Marunowski 


Jo 






Sarah Marvin 






Daniel May Jr 






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Portia Mc Caffety 


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Erica Mc Cloud 








Theodore Mc Coy 








Robert Mc Queen 


Mc 







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Mc 



Ro 



Cory Mc Redmond 

Angela Meek 

Megan Miglionico 

April Miheli 

Kevin Miklavcic 

Amanda Mikolajski 

Carley Miller 



Elizabeth Miller 

Violet Mills 

Brandon Mimes 

Kenneth Mims Jr 

Jaymar Mitchell 

Shanetra Mitchell 

Vanetra Mitchell 



Matthew Mlachak 

Ashlev Moore 

Frank Morris 

Kenya Morris 

Bradley Nagle 

Jeremy Nelson 

Tyra Nelson 



Cole Nemanic 
Angela Newell 
Sara Niemann 
Magnolia Norton 
Jonathan Nosan 
Rebecca Nyers 
Aileen O Hara 



Rhonda Oatman 

Ashley On 

Brian Ostrander 

James Paige 

George Palko 

Eric Parham 

Cheyanne Paul 



Kristin Pavicic 

Drew Pearson 

Leslie Penko 

Jennifer Phillips 

Cheryl Plumb 

Kimberly Polzner 

Tara Potulski 



Caitlin Proctor 

Kevin Ramdhan 

Ashley Ranallo 

Carrie Ray 

Matthew Ray 

Andrew Reid 

Willie Rembert 



Domonique Rice 

Ebony Rice 

Allen Richardson 

Joseph Richardt 

Michael Robinson 

Laklesha Rodgers 

Elisa Roethel 




Freshmen 




Steven Rolil 
Christopher Rozell 
Heather Rufo 
Victoria Rusbasan 
Kamberlyn Russ 
Corey Russell 
Terell Sabb 



Ross Salupo 
Ryan Schwarz 
lennifer Scott 
Allison Shaddock 
Cameron Sharp 
Brenetta Shaw 
Jennifer Shea 



Cassandra Shepherd 
Tara Shimooka 
Mark Silvaggio 
Craig Simmons 
Nathanael Simpson 
Gina Skuly 
Ryan Slavec 

Vedrana Slugich 
Jernelle Smith 
Jonathon Smith 
iMorrissia Smith 
Stefania Sorriento 
Mark Speer 
Latonya Spencer 

Christopher Spikes 
Nolan Spivey 
Bethany Sprouse 
Gregory Stahre 
Shawn Stansbery 
Dontay Stewart 
Philip Stewart 

Terry Stewart Jr 
Hannah Stoudemire 
Michael Stover 
Jamie Strell 
Lanai Suber 
Kimberle Svoboda 
Stephanie Svoboda 



Maria Tahir 
Waqas-muh Tahir 
Brenda Takacs 
Ciara Taylor 
Lawrence Taylor Jr 
Ashley Thomas 
Demarco Thomas 



Frederick Thomas 
Gregory Thomas 
Michelle Thomas 
Adam Thompson 
Rob Thompson 
Grace Tompkins 



Ro 
To 



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145 



Angela Toth 

Durrell Towns 

Christopher Truskolaski 

Damian Tscherne 

Michael Turkalj 

Daniel Turner 

Hollie Turner 



Kristi Tutolo 

Amelia Uter 

Morgan Valentine 

Jennifer Vandegrift 

Renee Vanek 

Jennipher Vargo 

Daniel Vazquez 



Lauren Vazquez 

Matthew Vergith 

James Vitolo 

Allison Vol] 

Charmian Walker 

Dalmond Walker 

Donald Walker 



Sade Ward 

Michael Watson 

Michelle Watson 

Kevin Way 

Jason Weber 

Dale Welch 

Lauren West 



Timothy Whitby 

Sean White 

Donte Whitner 

Chanel Williams 

Danquan Williams 

Elliott Williams 

Eric Williams 



Ernest Williams 

Larnell Williams 

Naomi Williams 

Haddasah Williamson 

Jacquelyn Willingham 

Michael Wills 

Deidra Wilson 



Delante Witten 

Thomas Jr Womack 

Jonathan Woodside 

Zanetta Worthington 

Ashton Yancev 

Dennis Yeckley Jr 

Amanda Young 



To 



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Amanda Young 

Jerome Young II 

Perica Zeba 

Christine Zemanek 

Michael Zudic 

Lee Zupancic 



Freshmen 



OOD SPORTS 



-eshmen participated in activities to begin their high school career 




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"any freshmen began their lives 
in high school by participating 

.in extracunicular activities 
such as sports, music and clubs. There 
were many activities that the students 
could participate in if they had the desire. 
It gave the students a good way to meet 
other people, improve their skills and 
have something to do after school. 

Elliot Williams blocks as Michael Harrison carries 
Ihc ball Inlii Ihc line for a gain. 




i: Amelia Uter scis up ihc ball so thai Allison Shaddock can smash it over the net. 

: Ms. Shon Smith knows that her students have to be able to succeed in the classroom in order to go into 
Tld prepared to compete with other workers. 



Top: Michael Boone VMuks IuulI on the I.hhIxiII held 

to improve hios skills so he can contribute to the 

teams in the future. 

Above: Many students find that the Marching Band 

gives them an opportunity to express themselves 

musically. 



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Second year students have a good understanding of Euclid's rules 



The sophomore year was a great 
way to spend a year. Sophomores 
were estabhshed in the way of 
doing things. They had a good under- 
standing of the layout of the building and 
how things worked. They were getting 
used to the routine of life in the building. 
Long term friendships were established 
and students knew who they could hang 
out with. Classes were getting tougher 
for many as they entered into the more 
academic programs in preparation for 
life after high school. Life was not so 
tough, though, that they couldn't sit back 
and enjoy all the events happening 
aiound them. 








Above: Sonia Feijoo and Kristi Ziuinha serving the 
ball for the J.V. volleyball team. 



Sophomores 



lop Lelt; Matt Salisbury, Chris Gates, Bob Gecewich, Ngozi Anekwe, Dominique Drake and Karl 
Cunningham parlicipalcd in Homecoming Week by wearing hals on hat day. 

Top Right and Above: Many sophomore.s participated in activities such as the Marching Band and the Flag 
Corps to enrichen their high school experience. 




Erik Alexander 
Michael Alexander 
Daniel Alkema 
Angela Anderson 
lean * Anderson 
Kennard Anderson 



Shannon Anderson 
Ngozichukwu Anekwe 
Anthony Aquilano 
Jenna Aquilano 
Billy Joe Armstrong 
Albert Austin 



Rodney Jr Badley 
Danielle Bailey 
Tonya Ballard 
Alison Baranowski 
Willie Barnett II 
ames Bear 



Kevina Beard 
Drew Bearimoore 
Mathew Behm 
Rashad Bell 
Teresa Bell 
Christian Berry 



Tyineika Berry 
Brandon Biehl 
De Wayne Black 
Alessa Black-Wenrich 
Cuera Blakeney 
James Blask 



Devin Blount 
Jennifer Boehlke 
Latasha Bolden 

ason Bowles 
Lauren Boyce 

anitta Boyd 



Timothy Boyd 
Debbi Brichacek 
Nicole Brinkley 
Barry Britt 
Brittney Brown 
Jason Brys 



Tammica Burt 
James Cahili III 
Mark Calabrese 
Tierra Caldwell 
Matthew Carotenuto 
Candace Carr 



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Scott Cerne 






Jamey Champa 






Reuel Chapman 






Teresia Chrosniak 






Elaii^e Ciacchi 






Joseph Cipo 






Austine Clark 






Shana Cody 






Anthony Coleman 






Michael Collins 






Corey Conell 






Joylynne Cooper 






Nicole Costella 






Tyra Creer 






Alton Crissman 






Aric J Croone-Cain 






Christal Crosby 






Kari Cunningham 






Candace Davis 


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David Davis 

Jessica Davis 

Kyramika Davis 

Lasharon Davis 

Gabriel De Loach 

Tina De Luca 

Allison Deal 

Carlette Dean 

Erin Delladonna 

Jerry Deramus 

Gheorghe De\'eney 

Desarae Di Renzo 

De Mario Dickinson 

Shalonda Dickson 

Adam Dodd 

Justin Dorsey 

Jessica Dostal 

C.J. Drake 

Dominique Drake 

Crystal Duckworth 

Latosha Dukes 

Juquita Dunklin 

Jeri Dunlap 




Ce 


Daniel Dycks 




Michael Dycks 






Derek Dysart 




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Raymel Early 
Jennifer Easley 
Brian Eastburn 



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Sophomores 




Stephen Edmonds 
Zarita Egleton 
Cyril Ekuibe 
Gina Ellis 

Catharina Elmendorp 
Andrew Fairman 



Katy Farrell 
Sonia Feijod 
Heather Fende 
Michael Ferencz 
Laketta Ferguson 
Mark Fetheroff 



Jennifer Fink 
Matthew Fisher 
Marcia Fofanah 
David Forgus 
Kristal Frederick 
Aaron Freeman 



Megan Froelich 
Amber Fumich 
Maria Gaglione 
Matthew Gargiulo 
Christopher Gates 
Robert Gecewich 



Jason Giancola 
Tonisha Glenn 
Melodie Gonzales 
Carita A Gooden 
John Gorse 
Kevin Grabianowski 



Charles Grant 
Wakita Gray 
Daniel Grdadolnik 
Brooks Green 
Falynn Green 
Natalie Greer 



Michael Grewatsch 
Anita Grgincic 
Dennis Grgincic 
Anthony Grida 
Jason Griffin 
Alan Groudle 



Douglas Groves II 
Elizabeth Gudaitis 
Daniel Habat 
Christina Hagenbaugh 
Erica Hambleton 
Jeffrey Hance 



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Gerrod Hancock 

Cynthia Hannikman 

Margaret Harasym 

Shaquita Harmon 

Diandra Harrell 

Miranda Harris 



Tierra Harris 

David Harrold 

Deloris Hart 

Angela Hartman 

Sandy Hansen 

Gayle Hayduke 



Robert Head III 

Nicole Hemmert 

Jennifer Henderson 

Joey Henderson II 

James Hetfield 

Krystal Hill 



William Hill 
Ronald Hill Jr 
Sarah Hiscott 
Sarah Hiscott 
Imane Hmada 
Dvwane Hobson 



Michael HoUoway 

William Hollowav 

Lemuel Holmes 

Stephanie Holtz 

Christopher Hongosh 

Martez Hubbard 



Robert Hudson 

Michael Hughes 

Angela Humphrey 

Maria Hunter 

Nicholas Hunter 

Janet Jawhari 



Tuniesha Jenkins 
Warren Jenkins 
Nathan Jochum 

Danielle Johnson 

Jessica Johnson 

Latasha Johnson 



Ricardo Johnson 
Weston Johnson 
Feiecia Johnston 
Jerrod Jones 
Kristopher Jones 
Nichole Jones 




Sophomores 




Rashad Jones 
Tonesia Jones 
Paul Jones III 
Thomas Jr Karpy 
Luvenia Kelly 
Megan Kelly 



Shareeka Kendricks 
David Kendzierski 
Mark Kennedy 
Kathryn Ketchum 
Casey Kilkenney 
Brad Kitchen 



Lvnette Kitchen 
Brandon Kizer 
Ross Kizer 
John Koeth 
James Kolenc 
Lisa KoUer 



Jennifer Kope 
Brandv Koratich 
Jacqueline Kozlowski 
Andrew Krakora 
Darijo Kristo 
Janette Krivacic 



Ante Krizan 
Michael Krovontka 
Michael Krutsch 
David Kunc 
William Kunchik 
Richard Kushan 



Rebecca Kyker 
Paris Lampkins 
Leah Lapczenski 
Matthew Latterner 
Brandon Lemon 
Rachel Lewan 



Douglas Lock 
Reginald Logan II 
Sabrina London 
Corneal Long 
Michael Losteiner 
Danielle Mahone 



Robert Majer 
Dedra Malenda 
Brandon Mance 
Lisa Martinenas 
Myron Jr Matlock 
Derek Mattson 



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Sophomores ^k 153 





Samuel Mburu 

Andrea Mc Collum 

Tara Mc Connell 

Jacob Mc CuUough 

Adria Mc Gill 

Sarah Mc Leod 



Amanda Mc Masters 

Segundina Mc Pherson 

Stephen Mcfall 

Pat Mckoak 

Gregory Melton Jr 

Anthony Mervar 



Joseph Miglionico 

Jarod Miller 

Ava Minor 

Tierra Mitchell 

Le'Savior Moon 

Christina Moore 



Jessica Morris 

Michael Mowery Jr 

Nicholas Muhvic 

Lauren Nagode 

Christopher Needom 

Frank Negolfka 111 



Joshua Nelson 

Brandon Novinc 

Vincent Oddo 

Olushola Ojo 

Jasmine Oliver 

Fondakathleen Oprian 



Joseph Oslund 

Laura Osterman 

Vickie Ott 

Cristina Pacheco 

Patricia Paoloni 

Gregory Para tore 



Nicole Passalacqua 

Lindsay Patterson 

Sabrina Peacock 

Stephen Perko 

Nicole Petitto 

Sara Petrochic 



Marcus PhilUps 

Krystle Pinkston 

Krystle Pinkston 

Joseph Jr Piunno 

Nathanial Plavcan 

Daniel Polzner 




Sophomores 




Rachel Potocnik 
Michael Poulos 


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Makeda Prater 


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Nicole Pritchett 
Nicole Provateare 


Alana Purvis 


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Moonilal Ramdhan 




Anthony Ramos Jr 




Tiffany Ramsey 




Aaron Randall Jr 




Ondreia Rattiliff 




Carlos Rembert 




Renee Renbarger 




Anthony Ricci 


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Robert Rice 


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Laniece Richardson 


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Ryan Richardson 


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Shawna Riley 


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Joseph Rinella 


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James Roberts 


^^^^H 


Trenee Rodgers 


^^^^H 


Frank Rodick 


^^^^H 


Nicholas Rogowski 


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Mark Rudiak 


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Lou Sainis 


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Matthew Salisbury 


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Andrea Sams 


^^^^H 


Maria Santoriella 


^^^^B 


Brigid Sarns-Gaunt 


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Sheila Satava 


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Leah Scales 


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Matthew Scalese 


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Samuel Scaparotti 


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Krysti Scheider 


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Michael Schuenemann 


^^^^H 


Kris ten Schutte 


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Deontau Scott 


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Brandy Sharp 


^^^H 


Tonika Shaw 


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Valeria Shipp 


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Jessica Short 


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Luke Shy 


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Kristi Sidak 


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Catherine Sivik 


Diondra Smith 




Latosha Smith 


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Quentin Smith 




Gregory Smith 11 






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Joseph Spanulo 

Lester Spence 

Alexandria Spikes 

Erika Stahre 

Jessica Stavange 

Jessica Stenroos 



Trayce Stewart 

Samantha Stone 

Kai Stoudemire 

Megan Strukel 

Richard Suchy Jr 

Christine Sugar 



Nicole Sutton 

Erica Tate 

Courtney Taylor 

Stephanie Taylor 

April Tenkku 

Tonya Terry 



Terry Tetter 

Stephanie Thomas 

Kimberly Thompson 

Joseph Tokic Jr 

Josephine Toloe 

Robert Tracv 



Steven Trobenter 

Stacy Ulle 

Andrea Urban 

Michael Vazquez 

Nicholas Verch 

Stanley Vernier 



Rebecca Waina 

Damon Walker 

Asia D Walls 

Brian Walther 11 

Terence Ware 

Jaclyn Watts 



Tiffany Weaver 

Brandon Wells 

Elana Wells 

Latasha West 

Heather Whitehead 

Jonathan Wilbraham 



Antonio Williams 

Donnell Williams 

Shana Williams 

Gregory Williams 11 

Chris Wilson 

Jeremy Wise 




Sophomores 



Erin Witt 
Ruth Woldering 
Brandy VVyatt 
Taurean Young 
Terence Young 
Kristina Ziamba 




p: Stacy Kinsella, Tara Mc Connell, Renee Rembarger, Becca Walna, Kristen 

iiutte and Shawna Riley enjoying themselves at a football game. 

p Left: Alison Baranowski, Adria Mc Gill and Erica Starhe always tried to 

irk hard in their classes. 

ove: The J.V. football team worked hard to keep their opponents from scoring. 

;ht: Christina Hagenbaugh and Laura Osterman couldn't get their clothes to 

tch on Mismatch Day. 




Sophomores ^k 157 



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Juniors have gotten near the top of 
the ladder. They only had one more 
year to go. They were knowledge- 
able in the workings at The Euclid High 
School. Many were active participants in 
athletics and extracurricular activities. 
They were not just members but instead 
were workers and officers in the organi- 
zations. They had a great responsibility 
since in one year they would be the 
leaders of the school. This was the class 
of 2001 which would graduate in the first 
year of the new millennium. 




Above: Brian Henderson watches the ^tiuci so he 
knows when to hegin his pattern. 

Right: Jamie Powell and Steve Paternite were the 
featured players during one of the half time ceremo- 
nies. 

Far Right: Carla Okorn, Michelle Radosovich and 

Lisa Roller looked very atractive at Homecoming. 



Juniors 



uniors have only one more year before being seniors 



gill: Christine Metti, Kelly Hanson and Laura 

jss working hard in their chemistry elass to get 
lod results in their experiment. 
;low: Carta Ol<orn, Megan Stefanac, Mary 
It Pavicic, Peter Tran and Katie Mlac know 
at doing well on their tests is an important part 
r succeeding in high school. 




Aho\c \lnkllc Sarah Osleniian. Sarah I.ipiec. Saiiiaiitlia Spi\e>, Kim Swansegar, Jackie Richards, Ilya 
Kharin, Tony Basalla, Beelty Slabe and Laura Ross dressed up for spirit week during Homecoming. 



[irray Moore and Christine Pittard delivering a 
[sage tor the office. 



Above: Tony Basalla kicks the ball downfield for the soccer team. 



Juniors ▲ 159 



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Bu 



Eric Abiecunas 

Ashley Adams 

Zipporah Alexander 

Jayson Alkema 

Martees Almond 

Lyndsey Appling 



Celeste Armstrong 

Amanda Bachmann 

Amy Bachmann 

Jessica Badley 

Kevin Baisden 

Lauren Baloeh 



Tarrah Bambic 

Robert Baranowski 

Malaika Barkari 

Tamiela Barlow 

Michael Barnauskas 

Marvianne Barrett 



Anthony Basalla 

Anna Bear 

Andre Beasley 

Lindsay Beck 

Mario Begovic 

Anthony Bell 



Therese Bell 

Alexis Bennett 

Sherita Bennett 

Verea Bibbs 

Dalibor Bilavcic 

Andrea Blackman 



Danae Blount 

Phillip Bojc 

Aaron Bonner 

Elizabeth Boone 

Brian Borcziak 

Paul Bosher 



Victoria Bowser 

Jennifer Boyd 

John Bozich 

Dametrious Brantley 

Derek Brantley 

Melissa Breeding 



Amani Brown 

Ronald Brown 

Stephen Brown II 

Phyllis Browning 

Mario Bryson 

Alexandra Bucewicz 




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Juniors 








Stephanie Buchanan 
AHsha Burr 
Bobby Butler 
Priscilla Butler 
Eugene Calhoun 
Shanise Calloway 



Ivy Canady 
Carla Candela 
Amanda Candow 
Stacy Candow 
Chelsea Cargill 




Ashlcigh Carr 



Deanna Carr 
Courtney Carter 
Kenyatta Carter 
Christiana Cash 
Nichole Cek 
Heather Champa 



Shaun Chatman 
Crystal Chillious 
Devin Chrestoff 
Dawn Cicco 
Angela Cipriano 
James Clark 



Michael Clay 
Charmayne Colbert 
Kelly Collins 
Sierra Collins 
Stacy C Collins 
Maryann Colvin 



Lillian Cortes 
Melissa Cottrell 
Aleeka Cousett 
Dwayne Creary 
Paul Cunningham Jr 
John Davis 



Keyasha Davis 
Michael Davis 
Latoya Dawson 
Richard Devor Jr 
David Dixon 
Katherine Dore 



Nichole Domes 
Tanya Dorsey 
Richard Dorsey Jr 
Cora Edinburgh 
C Delores Ekuibe 
Dion Elie 



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Juniors 



El 



Ho 



Stacia Ellison 

Christina Ewing 

Jessica Ficere 

Michelle Fine 

Jennifer Fischer 

Ciaran Fitzgerald 



Jamal Flake 

Aisha Floyd 

Octavia Gabriel 

Mathew Galati 

Christina Ganiero 

Latianna Gant 



Shaquita Garrett 

Dalana Giles 

Rita Goard 

Angela Gorter 

Elizabeth Gorter 

Christopher Grad 



Jon Grady 

Donna Grgincic 

Cedric Griggs Jr 

Mary Grubach 

Tzeilel Guilarno 

Allison Gundic 



James Gydosh 

Eric Hackathorn 

Clifton Hairston 

Brendan Hall 

Shiaya Hall 

Tenisha Hall 



Tiffany Hall 

Warren Halstead 

Kirk Harnett 

Kelly Hanson 

Christopher Harrell 

Flint Harris 



Morgan HaiTis 111 

Deaidre Haynes 

Adrienne Hazel 

Andrew Heath 

Michaelynn Heaton 

Daniel Heising 



Brian Henderson 

Arthur Henderson III 

Matthew Hernandez 

Isaiah Herod 

Daniel Higginbothan 

Keeana Holloway 




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Juniors 




Raniiishia Holt 
Dustie Hottenroth 
Candace Howard 
Terry Howell 
Darold Hoyle II 
Jamie Huffman 



Jennifer Huffman 
Angelita Hunter 
Crisandra Hunter 
Crisandra Hunter 
Danielle Hunter 
Rebecca Hurst 



Jonathan Hutcherson II 
Kristin lafelice 
Geoffrey Irvin 
Mercedes Ivey 
Teonna Jenkins 
Desmond Johnson 



Marquita Jones 
Stephanie Jones 
Jennifer Kapeluch 
Holly Kascak 
Jamal Keith 
Nicholas Kelly 



Ashley Kenner 
Ilya Kharin 
David King 
Stacy Kinsella 
Jacqueline Knowles 
Samantha Krause 



Alen Krupljanin 
Bradley Kushan 
Rashawn Kyle 
Brian La Bounty 
Syeta La Shore 
Markus Laimede 



Haines Lanctot 
Dontell Lassiter 
Robert Lassiter Jr 
Kevin Laznik 
Tanesha Lee 
Sean Lennon 



Eric Leppelnieier 
Rachel Lewand 
Sarah Lipiec 
Anthony Lombardo 
Robert Lucas 



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Os 



Orrel Lynch III 

Til'fany Madison 

Shruti Malik 

Albert Malone 

Michael Mance 

Ryan Marek 



Josipa Markovic 

Ernest Marn Jr 

Nicole Marsha 

Patrice Martin 

Terrence Matthews 

Mark Matuszewski 



Michael Maurer 

David Mc Arthur 

Shannon McCollum 

Krystal Mc Dougal 

Tanish Mc Dowell 

Nicholas Mc Gill 



Sean Mc Intire 

Gail Mc Kay 

Shannon Mc Peek 

Patti Mcgraw 

Sylvia Mcneal 

Colleen Meadows 



Alissa Meier 

Joseph Mercadantc 

Christine Metti 

Michael Middlcton 

Joshua Mikolajski 

Quitashia Miles 



Anisha Miller 

Rapheal Mitchell 

Kathrine Mlac 

Kenneth Modclski 

Robert J Mohorcic 

Dessiray Moore 



Chineika Moorer 

Shirli Morris 

Ruben Mosby 

Mark Moster 

Sallimatu Mulbah 

Matt Mytro 



Joshua Nagle 

Bernard Needom 

Daryl Jr Nelson 

Caria Okorn 

Artria Oit 

Sarah Osterman 



164 



Juniors 





Jamie Paige 
Frank Paralore 
Anlhony Paiker 
Steven Palernile 
Mary Patricia Pavicic 
Sonya Penn 



Angela Penny 
Ann Peric 
Gregory Phillips Jr 
Allan Pichno 
Elisabeth Pierce 
Joshua Pikovnik 



Christine Pittard 
Carl Plicka 
Joseph Plovock III 
Deanthony Pompey 
James Powell 
Dinnte Preston 



Makeshia Price 
Joshua Provateare 
Ryan Ptak 
Fallon Pulley 
Michelle Radosevich 
Anna Raguz 



Marsha Rainey 
Glen Ramdhan 
Lavelle Randall 
Christine Rauscher 
Suzanne Reagan 
Courtney Rice 



Jacquclyn Richards 
Christopher Richardson 
Marques Richeson 
Gary Riedel 
Matthew Robinson 
Richard Rohl 



James Rucker 
Jeremy Rusbasan 
Kelly Ruscin 
Stephen Sabo 
Dreamer Sanders 
Re'shaun Sanl'ord 



Christie Santucci 
Gregory Sattler 
Robert Sayles 
Elizabeth Scheurman 
Michael Schoen 
Sarah Schweikert 



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165 



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Ty 



Kyle Scotese 

Matthew Scott 

John Serwatka 

Kevin Shea 

Timothy Sheehan 

Kelly Sibabwa 



David Simmons III 

Rebecca Slabe 

John Smerke 

Abra Smith 

Germaine Smith 

Jason Smith 



Kendra Smith 

Toni Smith 

Kristen Smylie 

Mark Soini 

Michael Solema 

Tara Sparrow 



Todd Sparrow 

Mathew Speer 

Latisha Spencer 

Samantha Spivey 

Brett Stanic 

Megan Stefanac 



George Sterba 

Bart Stewart Jr 

Jaja Stoudemire 

Dennis Strell 

David Stuber 

Kim Swansegar 



Samuel Swifl 

Saadia Tahir 

Stacey Tamburro 

April Taylor 

Curtis Taylor 

Adrianne Thomas 



Lee Thomas 
Ronald Thompson 

Lischen Toloe 
Simone Tomlinson 
Matthew Tompkins 

Milan Tomsic 



Emily Toth 

Peter Tran 

Bryan Truskolaski 

Matthew Tschantz 

Michael Tschantz 

Kevin Tyson 



166 



Juniors 





Nancy Urban 
Jared Vargo 
Gina Vidmar 
Michael Vince 
Nicholas Voll 
Shannon Waganek 



Victor Walker Jr 
Kcnnclh Wardell 
Brandan Warner 
Narf Waufanas 
Herbert Webster 
Ashley Westbrook 



Ericka Whitehead 
Aaron Whitmore 
Carmen Wilcox 
Najnia Wilkerson 
David Williams 
Kirby Williams 



Dale Williams. Jr. 
Taresa Willingham 
Jasmine Wilson 
Rasheena Wilson 
Meghan Wise 
Kurt Wurm 



Suron Young 
Frank Zagar 
Alexey Zagrodsky 
Melissa Zahurak 
Christopher Zalewski 
Gerald Zeigler Jr 



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Zu 



: following seniors did not get their pictures taken in time 
le included with the rest of the students in the senior 
tion. We are including them here so they are at least 
tured in the 2000 Euclidian. 




Jean De Wine 
Erik Freeman 
Nozomi Miyagi 
Michael O Neill Jr 
Eddie Spencer III 
Christina Woyton 



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PARTICIPATION 

Juniors are becoming important leaders in the schoc 



As students became more mature 
they became more active in the 
evei^day activities at The Euclid 
High School. Juniors were within one 
year of being the oldest members of the 
high school community and as such were 
taking greater and greater roles in the 
workings at the high school. Many 
students were showing that they were 
going to be the leaders in the future. 




Above: Glen Ranidhan is a musically talented 
junior who pai'ticipates in many different kinds of 
musical organizations at Euclid. 

Right: Gail Mc Kay plays her clarinet while she 
marches with the band. 



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Juniors 




Top: Joe Skrabec, Vicki Bowser, Shriiti Malik 
and Salchin Rai.s had a good time at the 
Homecoming dance. 

Mike Solema and Mike Barnauskas work hard 
with their studies so that they will be able to 
understand what is required of them. 







3p: Students in class know that what they learn is 

iportant when they have to make decisions in their 

lies. 

iddle: Angela Cipriano and Kelly Collins with the 

uclid Panther during a football game. 

bove: llya Kharin engraves his name on his 

ilculator so everyone knows whose it is. 



Middle: Jamie Powell knows how to inake 
beautiful music when with the Marcliing Band. 

Above: Anna Raguz and Megan Stefanac work 
with each other to accomplish school goals. 



Top: Lots of students heard about motivational 
topics at an as.sembly held in the auditoriuin. 



Middle: Najma Wilkerson knows that it takes a lot 
of studying to accomplish anything worthwhile 



Above: Tanish Mc Dowell and Rico Jolly wori 
together in the library to improve their classwori 

Juniors 



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The deadline for the 1999 Euclidian was the end of Februaiy, 199S 
All the activities that occurred after that date, therefore, could not 
be included in the 1999 book. This memories section shows man} 
of the events that occurred after the 1999 Euclidian deadline. 

I 



Above: Cheryl Brewer showing 
her fast pitch for the Panthers. 

.-Xbove Right: Commencement took 
place on a hot. sunny Sunday 
afternoon. 





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Mr. and Mrs, Kurt Stanic were at the Prom with 
The seniors played the faculty m a basketball game sponsored by Student Council. ^^^^^ daughter. Abbv and Mike Miklavcic. 



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On Thursday. May 
27, the Art 
Department 
sponsored an Art 
Show on the 
Auditorium Stage in 
which student's 
works were 
displayed. 





Above Left; Dorothy meets the Scarecrow lor the lirsi time m The Wizard of Oz- 

Above: Mike Barnauskas running hard in a relay race. 

Above Right: Dave Harrold worked hard on the tennis team. 

Left: Euclid students had an excellent meal at Prom. Memories Divider A 171 



SWINGEVa/THOSE 

BATS 




The Varsity Baseball team finished 
their first year in L.E.L. competi 
tion with a season record of 17-1 
and an L.E.L. record of 7-5. This gave 
them a second place finish in the confer 
ence. The Panthers were able to have a 
good year in the tough L.E.L. 







:\\\i 



un'^:^.v 



Varsity Baseball. Row one: Tom Suini. Kt'\in Carse. Michael \ incc. Kevin (iriscz. Dave Ott, B(il> Majer. 
(k'rald Headd Row two: Coach Don Lewis, Marl< Lucas, Dave Cerne, Rick (ilavan, Brandon Richardsc 
Owen Sirodtlieck. Phil Bojc. Coach Dennis Turkall Row three: Rick Bartel, Matt Simenc, Mike Ulle, 
Kenny (JravitCe, Michael .lohn .Schoen, .Saniir ,\hnielovic 




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Phil Bojc and Saniir Ahmetovic getting a chance to 
hit the hall. 



172 



Baseball 



J V Baseball. Row one: Anthony Bell, Kevin Calabrese, Matt Hernandez, Michael Vince, Steve Cahill. 
Kevin Laznik. Row two: Coach .\dani Fender, Matt Mylro, Aaron Whitniore, Eric Leppelmeire, Geral 
Zeigler. Coach T. J. Florkievvicz. Row three: Mario Shy, Mike .Seifried, Brian Borcziak, Joe Mercadanl 
David King. 



Saseball ran into tough com- 
[)etition and only finished 
jecond 




VARSITY BASEBALL 



TEAM 


US THEM 


Holv Name 


12 


Brecksville 


16 3 


Stow 


2 14 


Stow 


3 14 


Glenn OakS 


1 


Eastlake North 5 4 


Cleveland Hts 


2 3 


Elyria 
Mentor 


8 7 
3 6 


Lakewood 


7 1 


Valley Forge 
Shaker Hts 


4 

10 


Cleveland Hts 


16 1 


Elyria 
Strongsville 


n 1 

13 6 


Strongsville 
Berea 


13 4 
8 1 


John Hay 
Lakewood 


24 
10 8 


Mentor 
Solon 


4 15 
3 6 


Solon 


5 6 


Shaker Hts 
Mentor 


3 13 

3 4 


Valle> Forge 


10 


St. Ignatius 
Hudson 


9 6 
9 10 


North Royalto 
SEASON RE 
L.E.L. RECC 
LEAGUE FII 


n 11 5 
CORD WON 17 LOST 11 
RD WON 7 LOST 5 
SlISH 2nd 



Freshman Baseball, Row one: Rob Tracy, Anthony 
Grida, Tom Zrini, Scott Cerne, Chris Gage, Mike 
Hughes Row two: Coach. Adam Fender, Greg 
Williams, .larod Miller, Mike Ferencz, Matt 
Fisher, Robert Head, Coach. T. J. Florkievvicz 
Row three; Matt Salisbury, Brandon Wells. ,Ioe 
Rinella, Frank Rodick, Tonv Zrim. 





J. 


V 


BASEBALL 


TEAM 






US 


THEM 


Holy Name 
Brecksville 






6 
9 


9 
4 


Stow 
Stow 








7 


3 
6 



Glenn Oak 
Eastlake North 
Chardon 
Chardon 
Cleveland Hts. 
Elyria 
Mentor 
Lakewood 
Valley Forge 
Shaker Hts 
Cleveland Hts 
Elyria 
Strongsville 
Lakewood 
Mentor 
Shaker Hts 
Valley Forge 



J 
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11 

14 

6 

1 

I 

6 

4 

4 

12 

5 

T 







12 

12 

9 

15 

7 

4 




Mike Schoen in the process ot hunting the hall. 



FRESHMEN BASEBALL 



SEASON RECORD WON 10 LOST 11 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 6 LOST 6 
LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 



TEAM 

Holy Name 

Brecksville 

Stow 

Glen Oak 

Maple Hts 

Maple Hts 

Eastlake North 

Chardon 

Cleveland Hts 

Bedford 

Elyria 

Mentor 

Lakewood 

Shaker Hts 

Cleveland Hts 

Elyria 

Strongsville 

Strongsville 

Garfield Hts 

Lakewood 

Wickliffe 

Mentor 

Shaker Hts 

Garfield Hts 

St. Ignatius 

St. Ignatius 

Bedford 



US 

3 
11 

2 

10 
12 
12 
9 

4 

9 

12 

3 

6 

6 

5 

16 

12 

10 

3 

5 

13 

8 

II 

13 

11 

1 

1 

15 



THEM 

5 

9 

3 

4 

4 

2 

18 

1 

3 

3 

5 

2 

8 



2 


9 

7 

15 

3 

6 

12 

11 

13 

II 

2 



SEASON RECORD WON 16 LOST 11 
L.E.L. RECORD WON 12 LOST 6 

Baseball 



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FAST PITCHING 

SOFTBALL 



Girl's Softball began a new era with 
the 1999 season in two important 
ways. It was the first year in the 
L.E.L. and the tlrst time to be playing fast 
pitch Softball. Despite being a new sport, 
the girls finished the season with a respect- 
able record of 17-11 and 7-5 in the L.E.L. 
which was good enough for a second place 
finish. This was very good considering they 
played some teams that had been playing 
fastpitch Softball for at least five years. The 
players learned a lot throughout the season 
and can use this to improve in the coming 
years. 




The var.sity team get,s in.structions before the game 

begins. 

Karen Salisbury makes the play at first base to get 

the runner out. 








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Varsity Softball. Row one; Sarah Mascia, Tameka Drake, Lindsey Mastalski, Megan Novinc, Julie 
Thompson, Melissa Bartchak Row two: Coach. Rhonda Scharf, Karen Salisbury, Suzanne Lucas, Julie 
Stobierski, Karen Hanson. Coach. Ron Zucca. Row three: Jillian Udovich, Shantee Clay, Niki Sams, | 
Emily Duer, Sandra Mowery. I 




J. V. Softball, Row one: Alissa Meyer, Shaun Joyce, Caria Okorn, Kristen lafelice, Lindsay Appling, 
Angela Gorter. Row two: Coach, Ron Zucca, Dawn Atfwood, Cheryl Brewer, Holly Kascak, Jennifer 
Davies. Row three: Giana Gaglione, Kendra Smith, Christine Metti, Kelly Collins, Angela Cipriano. 



Softball 



>oftball played their first season in 
he L.E.L. and with the fast pitch 




ihman Sotthall, Row one: Christina Hagenbaugh, Maria Gaglione, Christal Crosby, Viclii Ott, Alana 
•vis. Row two: Laura Osterman, Tara Mc Connell, Erilia Stahre, Dominique Drake. Row three. Krysti 
leider, Stephanie Holtz, Kari Cunningham, Amber Fumich. 



VARSITY SOFTBALL 



EAM 


US THEM 


eaumoiit 


3 7 


ASJ 


19 9 


ASJ 


8 2 


leveland Hts 


6 2 


lyria 


1 


akewood 


3 18 


lentor 


3 14 


alley Forge 


4 9 


arfield Hts 


3 13 


leveland Hts 


16 3 


lyria 


2 12 


eaumont 


10 6 


akewood 


6 3 


iverside 


2 \5 


haker Hts 


9 5 


lentor 


3 16 


'ASJ 


10 4 


v'icklift'e 


10 5 


haker Hts 


14 4 


ladison 


1 16 


ladison 


^-^l 12 


EASON REC 


ORD WON 17 LOST 11 


..E.L. RECOI 


ID WON 7 LOST 5 


EAGUE FIN 


ISH 2nd 



J. V. SOFTBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Beaumont 


17 


10 


VASJ 


8 


7 


VASJ 


18 


4 


Cleveland Hts 


20 


5 


Elyria 


1 


11 


Lakewood 


6 


13 


Mentor 


13 


31 


Valley Forge 





7 


Garfield Hts 


8 


4 


Cleveland Hts 


ll 


20 


Elyria 





15 


St. Joseph Ac. 


11 


10 


St. Joseph Ac. 


8 


10 


Chardon 


11 


3 


Lakewood 


10 


11 


Shaker Hts 


8 


17 


Mentor 


.S 


13 


VASJ 


14 


3 


Bedford 


19 


16 


Shaker Hts 


17 


4 


SEASON RECORD WON 1 


3 LOST 11 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 4 L( 


3ST8 




Kelly Collins pitching 


while Tamika Drake gets 


ready to field the ball. 






FRESHMEN SOFTBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Strongsville 


9 


\5 


Strongsville 


5 


20 


Jefferson 


18 


13 


Eastlake North 


\5 


4 


Elyria 


T 


9 


Beaumont 


11 


9 


Mentor 


21 


14 


Elyria 


7 


21 


Lake Catholic 


TT 


8 


Beaumont 


19 


6 


Bedford 


17 


2 


Mentor 


16 


19 


North 


9 


12 



SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 6 



Softball 



OUTDOO 

Boys had an undefeated season 



The boys track team had a new 
conference to compete in and did 
an excellent job by going 
undefeated in regular dual meets. The 
finish was a surprise since there were so 
many young members on the team. The 
many younger athletes were able to rise 
to the occasion and should help the team 
in the coming years. 






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Terrence MallheMi? i-- Lictling the bakin Irom 
Jermaine Padgfttc in one of the relays. 
(Jermaine Smith fighting gravity in the long jump. 
Dorian Goulde easily finishing first in his heat of the 
hurdles. 



Bo\s' Tiack. Row one: Ron Hill. .Michael Tschantz. Lysander Reese. Terrance Ware Row two; Mike 
Miklavcic. Ronald Tyler Jr., Matt Speer. Tom Borra, Commercial Jermaine. Jim Kolenc, .Steve 
Modelski, Mike Barnauskas. Row thiee, Gregory Smith, Brandon Linton, Moonlil Ramden, Ramon 
Rogers, Tino Jones, Jessee Scheider, Oska .Sayavongsa. Jermaine Padgette, Coach Frank Soltesz Row 
four: Coach. Orlando Mason. Coach. Joe Rodriguez, (Jreg .Sattler, Daniel Slepsky, Dion F.lie, .\ndrew 
Walker, Clinton Tucker, Oniid Tavakoli, .\mani Brown, I.uke .Shy Row five: B. J. Loddy, Rayshun 
Brown, Brandon Bell, Matt I.aurich, Dorian Goulde, Tommie \ irgies, Paul Cunningham, Melvin Hillj 
Terrance Matthews. 



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TE.\M 

Cleveland Hts 
Eastlake North 
Elyria 
Lakcwood 



US 

75 
74 
97 
79 



THEM 

57 
58 
26 
53 



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Track 






The .Stadium and outdoor track is an impressive 
complex when seen from the air. 



Mentor 70 


62 




Shaker Hts 72 


60 




Valley Forge 86 


46 




MEETS 






Strongsville (Varsity) 


5/8 




Stronglville J.V.) 


4/8 




Walsh Relays 


6/15 




Ranger Relays 


3/15 




Mentor Relays 


4/11 




Euclid Relays 


5/7 




L.E.L. Championship 


3/6 




SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 




L.E.L. RECORD WON 6 LOST 




LEAGUE FINISH 2nd 




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R TRACK 

Girls had a winning season 




iris' Track, Row (iiie: Trayce Stewart, Nicole Piilchett. Tameisha Moore, Mrcia Fofanah. Austine Clark, 
iondra Smith R(nv two: Jessica Scott, Jasmiiic Oliver, Marvann Calvin, Nicole Eslick, Terrence Slesky. 
legan Stefanac, Jennifer Easley Row three; Tierra Mitchell, Jamie Paige. Laura Voice, Tiera Harris, 
?th Browning, Christina Burrrell, Jennifer Husnik, Delarsky Bank. Cocieh. Dick York Row five: Coaeh. 
om (iihhons, Kirsten Knauss, Elizabeth Montague, Verea Bibbs, Sarah Osterman, Ngozichukwu 
nekwe, Keasha Davis, Patrice Evans. Shayla Holt Row live: Coach. Pete Schwenke. .Athena .Madden, 
imie Comer, Jaonza Hicks, Amy Bachmann, Mary Tisi, Bridget Kesnik, Dawn Merritt, Rebecca Waina, 
harmaine Allen. 



The girl.s track team allowed many 
girls to participate in athletics in 
the new conference. The girls had 
a winning season but lo.st several meets 
to Shaker Hts, Mentor and Cleveland 
Hts. The team had a lot of girls that tried 
hard to improve their performances and 
there was a lot of depth. It was a 
successful season and there should be a 
good foundation for next year. 





Dawn Merritt clearing the hurdles on her was to a 

win. 

The track team running some laps before their meet is 

about to becin. 




lani Brown clearing the bar on the pole vault 



Kirsten Knauss throwing the discuss. 



Track ▲ 177 



TOUGH TENNIS SEASON 

Inexperience was a problem for boys' tenni; 



Boys" tennis entered the new 
conference and found the 
competition pretty tough. They 
finished with an overall record of 5-10 
and an L.E.L. record of 3-6. The mem- 
bers maintained a positive attitude 
throughout the season but did not have 
the talent or experience to do as well as 
they had in previous years. Hopefully the 
record will impreov as the team matures. 





Boys' Tennis. Row one: Brad Kitchen. Derrick Deas, Manny Ottinger, Dennis Strell, Milan Tomsic, Ric 
Kushan Row iwo Dave Harrold. Marco Ra^zauti. Barnett Woodruff, Brian Cocherell, Matt Krutsch, 
Coach Rob Heranih. 



.^ho\e. right and tar right; Brad Kusiian, Rick 
Kuslian and Dennv Sirell Worknig on thL-ir strokes. 

Below right: Barnett \\ (lodruff letiirns a ball. 

Below : The tennis teams home matches are played on 
the courts at Memorial Park. 





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BOYS' TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cleveland Hts 





5 


Chardon 





5 


Elyria 


1 


4 
4 


Eastlake North 


1 


Garfield 


-) 


3 


Valley Forge 


3 


2 


Lakewood 


4 


1 


Shaker Hts 





5 


Parma 


1 


4 


Normandy 


3 


1 


Mentor 


1 


4 


West Geauga 


3 


2 


Wickliffe 





5 


Brush 


2 


3 


Nordonia 


3 


2 


SEASON RECORD WON S 


LOST 10 


L.E.L. RECORD WON 3 LO 


ST 6 









SENIORS GETTING REWARDS 

Senior awards assembly gives out many honors 




:hael Hurtson received the US Marine Corps 
TC Seholarship. 



Mike Miklavcic received an Oliio Academic 
Sciiolarship Program award among many otliers. 






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The Senior Awards Assembly was 
held on May 18,1999. It was 
different since it was held in the 
auditorium since it was outgrowing the 
Little Theater and it was held in the 
evening instead of after school. Every 
year more and more awards have been 
given out so the number of recipients 
has grown larger during the years. 
There was a huge increase this year 
since it included seniors who passed all 
parts of the senior proficiencies and 
those that passed with honors. More 
than a hundred seniors participated in 
the assembly. 



Far left: Karen 
Hanson. Lisa Basalla. 
.Su/anne l.ucas. Tom 
Soini and .\bby Slanic 

receiving the Euclid 
High School Boosters 
Cluh awards. 

Lett Daniel Seifrled 
and Niki Vannaras 

Were the recipients of 
the William M. Mc 
Guinness Scholarship. 




rvey Alston talked to the students about the 
mrtance of working hard on February 25. 1999 



WE'RE OFF TO 



Big Show was presented on March 
11. 12& 13 and was one of the 
most successful show ever 
presented at Euclid High School. The 
Wizard ofOz was loaded with good 
actors, great acting, enjoyable songs, 
good music and great special effects. 
Every perfonnance was a sellout with 
some people sitting in the Choral Room 
and watching on television. There were 
about one hundred and fifty people who 
helped to make the show into the 
professional presentation that it was. This 
included third and fourth grade students 
who played the Munchkins. There were 
lots of special effects that helped to make 
the show a truly great presentation. 



Right: Marques Richeson verifies that the Wicked 
Witch of the East is dead 

Below: Jes.sica HendrickMin. I)a\e Kinj; and Dan 
Seifried crown Jon Hoinski. 




Right Aho\e: .Ion Hoinski. Dan Seifried, Jessica 
hendrickson and Dave King discussing their options 
outside the gates of the Emerald City. 

Right: Dancint: with the Munchkins. 



Dave King and Jessica Hendrickson begin their wa 
down the yellow brick road while Shannon Mc Peet 
looks on. 



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Big Show 




^lEE THE WIZARD 

Big show was a huge success 




Lel'l Abi)\e: The mayor uelcoms Dorothy to 
Mtinchkiiihid. 

Lett: Dan Seifried i^ carried off as Dave King, Jon 
Hoinski and Jessica Hendrickson stand by. 



Big Show 




READY TO 



On May IS. several days before Prum. ihc 
seniors had an assembly in the parking lot in 
which they saw a reconstruction of an 
accident illustrating the perils of drinking and 
dri\ inn. 



Prom and 



Above: On May 6. Student Council sponsored its annual Senior Citizen 
Prom in which senior members of the community were invited to dance in 
the East Gym. The senior citizens danced with each other and with members 
of StudcMl Council. 




Before Spring Vacation, Student Council sponsored their annual Faculty- 
Senior Basketball game. Students got a chance to try to make money by 
sinking a three point shot. 

18;A. Prom 




Top: Prom was held on Friday. May 21 at the Sheraton 
hotel in Cleveland. Seniors first checked in and then 
had a catered dinner. 

Above: Marcy Richards takes a shot while Shenla 
Coffey and Sean Mc Laughlin defend for the seniors. 



ENTER THE WORLD 

!ommencement end the year for seniors 




Top Row Left to Right: 
Valedictorian, Megan 
Ballinger and Salutatorian. 
Michael Miklavcic. and 
Principal. Ronald Seymour 
addressing the Class of 1999 at 
Commencement. 



Left: The parents and friends 
tilled the stadium during 
Commencement which was 
held on June A. which was a 
hot, sunny day. 

Below: Before the commence- 
ment proceeding began, seniors 
assembled and got dressed in 
the West Gvm. 




■ebruary 17 during 2 and .1 period there was an 
mbly featuring the Dance Afrika Dance group 
ciding with Black History Month. 



Commencement ▲ 183 






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LKUrNS 


Justin and Patricia Antonini 


Steve Marcu 


Kathleen Rodgers 


Brenda Barker 


Diane M. Maroli 


Anthony P. Rozman 


Karen Boyle 


Kathleen Marsh 


Rhonda A. Scharf 


Doc Daugherty 


Joe Mayer 


Mr. Ron Seymour 


Bill Dvvyer 


Sandi Mc Redmond 


Elaine Sheridan 


Kim Fish 


Mrs. K. Morris 


Mrs. P. Sheridan 


Kathleen Fogarty 


Margaret Nielsen 


Frank & Annmarie Soltesz 


Audrey Fox 


Linn M. Parise 


Diane Tizzano 


Thomas P. Gibbons 


Ms. Pelton 


C. Torrelli 


Sue Harris 


J. R. Perez 


Paula Tusoch 


Rob Heranib 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 


Ms. Jan Ulle 


Sgt. Maj. L. M. Isaacs 


Roy Pignatiello 


The Von Benken family 


Spencer Kane 


Sally J. Pla 


Mrs. Withers 


Jim Kelley 


Ms. Lucy A. Pratt 


Mr. Zucca 


Marsha Knauss 


Bob and Barbara Ramlow 





PICTURE PATRONS 



Cynthia Abiecunas/Alison Abiecunas 

Sylvia Andersao/Tiffany Anderson 

Judy Aquila/Antoinette Aquila 

Laurel Ashdown/Robert Ashdown III 

Ernest Attwood/Dawn Attwood 

Kirt & Ellen BabuderAIlke Babuder 

Jennifer Shoda/Kelly Baylog 

Darlene Berkheimer/Kristy Marie 

Berkheimer 

Michelle Phillips/Dawn Brazis 

Mike & Cindy Biehl/Abby Biehl 

Sharon Bivins/Kelli Bivins 

Scott & Lynn Brunner/Jennifer Brunner 

Catherine M. Burke/Sarah Catherine 

Burke 

Jim Burya/Amy Burya 

Aaron Cain/LaShaunda Cain 

Holly Clark/Kristin Anne Trevarthen 

Clark 
Valerie Pallard/Shawntee Denise Clay 

Jeannine Cosiano/Nina Cosiano 

Robert & Chris Davies/Jennifer Davies 

Diana & Robert Lassiter/Cara Janelle 

Davis 

Larry & Donna Davis/Derrell Davis 

Carol De Wine/Jean De Wine 

Larry & Christine Domin/Jordan Domin 

Howard & Rose Drake Sr./Tamika 

Drake 

Yvonne M. Drake/Teena Drake 

Catherine & Bill Duer/Emily Duer 

Donna Dybzinski/Adam Dybzinski 

Kevin & Maggie Flynt/Matthew C. Flynt 

Deborah & Burrell Gipson/Cherron 

Gipson 

Jim Granito/Joseph Granito 



Darlene Dixon & Eric Grant/Erica Grant 

Ricky & Sherrell Hardy/Dante R. Hardy 

Judy Hayes/Jackie Hayes 

Chris & Elaine Herzberg/Erin M. 

Herzberg 

Charlynn J. Hicks/Jaonza F. Hicks 

Susan Hiscott/Matthew Hiscott 

Brad & Lenore Hughes/Stephanie A. 

Hughes 

Marianne Beni & Tony Indiano/Angela 

Indiano 

Joanie Schniegenberg/Jodi Jalovec 

Lorraine A. Jenkins/Rebeccah C. Jenkins 

Rhoda R. Jones/Christian M. Jones 

Robert & Pamela Kane/Amanda J. Kane 

Sheila & Gregory Kelly/Gabrielle T. 

Kelly 

Jim & Cindi Kilkenney/Dave Kilkenney 

Caren Kizer/Ebony Kizer 

Thomas & Marsha Knauss/Kirsten 

Knauss 

Maureen Kolenc/Nicole Kolenc 

Jackie Byrne/Brandy Lesko 

John & Ellen Lucas/Mark Lucas 

Bob & Debbie Majer/Dana Majer 

Sally & Joseph Mascia/Sarah Mascia 

Deanne Mash/Joe Mash 

Frank & Carol Mastalski/Lindsey 

Mastalski 

Tim & Joanne Mc Gee/Bonnie Anne Mc 

Gee 
Dan & Joanne Mc PeekA^Ielissa Mc Peek 

Spring A. Williams/Ebony Mills 

Kathy & Mike Mowery/Sandra Mowery 

Denise Ventura/Janelle & Jennifer 

Muhvic 



Gwendolyn D. Traylor/Quentin O, 

Murdock 

Marian Ostrander/Ed Ostrander 

Sandra & Paul Pannell/Shavon Pannel 

Cathy Penko/Allison Penko 

Kathleen & Ron Pfahl/Sara Pfahl 

Tonya L. & Ernest L. Phillips/Ernest Ll 

Phillips Jr. 

Gayle & Tony Raia/Nicole Raia 

Patricia Essel/Jennifer Rinella 

Denise Robinson/Aziza Roberts 

Bill & Shirley Robinson/Jordan 

Robinson 

Martin & Edith Ryan/Eric Ryan 

John Sacko/Timothy J. Sacko 

Ronald & Donna Samsa/Nicole Mari« 

Samsa 

Anthony Sanelli/Leanne Sanelli 

Gary & Kathie Sarpolis/Ryan SarpoU 

James & Susan Shaw/James Shaw I 

Greg & Laura Skok/Elizabeth Skokl 

Aminah Folami/Lauren Smith 
Lenore Strodtbeck/Owen Strodtbeck 

Aldo Tisi/Mary Tisi 
Edward & Mary Ellen Udovich/Jillia* 
Udovich 
Susan & Al Ulle/Michael Ulle 
Paul & Laa Valentine/Courtney Valeii 
tine 
Nancy Waina/lVIelissa Lynn Waina i 
Mary Ann Walker/Andrew Walker i 
Yancy & Johnnie Mae Walker/ 
Bernadette L. Walker - 
Pam Walland/Kelly Walland 
Jim & Ann Wilson/Michelle Wilsoni 
Russ & Ellen Woodruff/Barnett Woo 
druff 




Alison Abiecunas 

We are so proud of you and how you've grown 

into such a wonderful, young woman! Remember. 

you can accomplish anything with persistence and 

determination. Appreciate all the blessings God 

has given you, and enjoy all things that life has lo 

offer! 

With all our love. 




Tiffany Anderson 

You have made us proud. We hope that you will 
continue to reach for the stars. I thank God for 
giving us such a beautiful, intelligent and caring 
daughter. Remember your life is what you make 
iL Keep God first in your life and let him be your 
guide. We love you and wish you the best always . 
Mom & Dad 




Antoinette Aquila 



To my 
special 
daughter that 
is a joy lo me 
and a 
precious 
child of God. 
.\nloinene. I 
know thai 
you have a 
special and 
loving heart 
and you will 
make a 
difference for 
our future 
generation. 
Let your light 
shine! God 
Bless. 

Love. Mom. 
Thomas, 
Andre and 
Kevin. 





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Robert Ashdc 


wn III 



Dear Bobby. 
You were and 
always will 
be the joy of 
my life. You 
hold a special 
place in my 
heart. We 
have been 
through good 
and bad times 
and the best is 
waiting for 
you ahead. 
Seize the day ! 
Love, Mom 




Deares,Dawn. DaWn AttWOOd 

Through the years we've seen you go Ihrough toys. boys, a ton of 
clothes and our patience. We've watched you grow from gangly to 
gorgeous. Seen your timid first steps become strong and determined 
as did your personahty. We've enjoyed your ever present sense of 
humor and your lovely "sunshine smile". Graduation day will mark 
the end of a very special chapter in your life. One you will never 
forget. College will open another. Good student that you are. wc 
know you will meet the challenge. As a young adult, you are now 
re,idy to leave the nest. We must cut the cord and let you go, ttow 
hard this is 10 do. — Fly honey! 
Your pritud & loving. 
Mom i Dad 




Michael Babuder 

Dear Michael, 

You are the blessing of our lives. We are very 
proud of the young man you have become. Always 
continue to do your best & enjoy life. We love you. 
Mom & Dad 




Dear 
Kelly, 
We are so 
very proud 
of you. 
You are 
beautiful 
inside and 
out. You 
have 
accom- 
plished so 
many 
things and 
have 
shown 
such 

dedication 
in 

everything 
you do. 

You can accomplish anything you set your mind 

to, and we are behind you all the way! 

Love. Mom, Joe. and Rebecca 








Kelly Baylog 



Kiisty Marie Berkheimer 

Dear Kristy, 

From a beautiful baby to a beautiful young lady, 

you have made me so proud of you. You have a 

smile as big as your heart. Don't ever change. 

Good luck in your nursing career. And go after 

your dreams!! 

I love you! 

Mom 



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Dawn Brazis 



Dawn. 

There are no words 
or physical actions 
that could ever let 
you know how 
extremely proud of 
you I am. You have 
seen and been 
through so much in 
your young life that 
no one should ever 
have to go through. 
But, yet you 
managed to stay on 
top and go after 
your dreams. Please 
continue to be the 
strong person that 
vou are. And don't 



ever let anyone bring you down or take your 
dreams away. I am so very proud of you. And love 
you more than you'll ever know. 
Love always, .„_ 

Mom and your sister Mandy 




Abigael Biehl 

Abby. 

Where has the time gone? It seems like only 

yesterday that we welcomed you into this world 

and now you're graduating! Through the years 

you've matured into not only a beautiful and 

talented young lady but also a kind and 

compassionate person. We are so very proud of 

you! 

Line. Mom. Dad. Chris. Brandon and Courtne\ 




Kelli Bivins 

Kelli, 

I feel blessed to have you as my 
daughter and friend. I've enjoyed 
being a positive role model and very 
active in your life, as Tve watched 
you grow up and develop into a 
beautiful young lady inside and out. 
Stay sweet, kind, loving and focused 
on your future. Success will find you 
and you shall succeed. Through GOD 
all things are possible. Have a blessed 
future and maintain your great sense 
of humor. Enjoy life to its fullest. 
Love always, Ma 




Jennifer Brunner 



Dear Jen. 

You Have Arrived. .."Senior Year 2000". 

A Millennium in Which You Will Reach Independence. 

Your Past Will Present Itself as Your Future Unfolds. 

It Will Be Your Foundation. Your Source of Reference. Your Comfort Zone. 

...Remember Your Lessons and Build on Them 

...Be Teachable and Reachable 

...Treasure Your Friendships and Favorite Memories 

...Be Warm Hearted and True Spirited 

...Know That Family is The Cornerstone of Your Being 

...And That Your Family's Door is Always Open 

(even if you forget your key and have to climb thru the window) 
...Embrace Each Day and Give Meaning to Each Moment 
...Be thankful For a World of Opportunity 

We are Very Proud of Your Academic Achievement. Your Dazzling Dance, 
and Your Theatrical Flare. 

We Wish You a Future of Promise and Happiness. 

We Love you. 

Mom. Dad. Jessica and Hannah 




Child of mine 

You are so beautiful to me. 

You are so beautiful to me - can't you see? 

You're everything I hope for... 

You're everything I need. 

You are so beautiful to me. 

Oh Yes! Sweet darling- 

So glad you are a child of mine. 

Love you yesterday, today, tomoiTow and 
forever. 

Mommy and your brothers. 
Stephen, Daniel, & David. 



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Sarah Catherine Burke 




Amy, It's hard to believe so many years have passed! 
You have made us so very proud. You've come a 
long way since the publication of "Foot Salid"! Reach 
for the stars and remember that we are always here 
for you. 
Love, Dad. Mom. Jill, Jim. Scott and Richie 




LaToya Cain & LaShaunda Cain 

LaToya & LaShaunda, 

'our hig brolher. Aaron, Jr.. wanted a baby sister. 

urpri.se! lie got two. Both of you have always 

elemiined to do it your way. We believe in you 

nd we are convinced that you will be successful at 

/hatever you decide to do. We are so proud of you 

nd love you very much. Your Mother is smiling 

p in Heaven. 

'our family, 

'ather. brothers, aunts & cousins 



Dear Kristin, 
How quickly 
time has 
passed. You 
are still as 
beautiful as the 
moment we 
met you. You 
are truly one of 
God"s most 
precious gifts. 
.\s you 
continue your 
life's 

adventures, 
may you 
always be 
grateful to God 
for your many 
gifts and grow 

in faith and love in Jesus. May He continue to bless 

and keep you. 

Love always. Mom, Austine, and the whole family. 

(ps:CFB) 




Kristin Anne Trevarthen 
Clark 




Shawntee Denise Clay 

Shawntee, 

Through all the highs and lows, you've made it! 1 am 
very proud of you and wish you the best in all of 
your future quests. 
Line. Mom 




i 



My Dearest 
Nina Pooh, 
1 can't believe 
that you're 
going to 
graduate from 
high school. 
Where did 
those years 
go'? You have 
been my 
blessing from 
Heaven . 1 am 
so very proud 
of you! You 
are now a 
beautiful 
young woman. 
I know you 



Nina Cosiano 

ave many dreains and goals. Reach for them 
oney, and don't ever let anyone take them from 
ou. I love you more than you'll ever know, 
ilways. Mom 



Jen. 

We are so 
grateful to 
have you as 
our daughter. 
You have 
blessed us in 
so many 
ways. God has 
given you 
many 

strengths and 
talents and we 
have watched 
you grow in 
wisdom and 
beauty. 
Always 
remember 

Phil. 4:13. "Commit thy works unto the Lord, and 

thy thoughts shall be established." Prov. 16..?. We 

are proud to be your parents. 

Love. Mom. Dad & James 




Jennifer Davies 




Cara Janelle Davi.s 

Born: August 1. 1981. 
I love you always. Mom 



focusing 
on the 
"real" 
future 
and you 
can have 
all that is 
promised 
to you. 




Dcrrell Davis 

)errell, 

■rom infancy you were always determined to reach 
lut and go after what you wanted. We want to 
ncourage you to still have that same positive 
letermination. Congratulations on your graduation, 
iluch love. Mom and Dad 




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Jordin Domin 

You always were, and still are. "A smart man and a 
funny guy." Precious son, we love you and are so 
proud of you. God bless you forever. 
Mom & Dad 



At last - a 
girl after 3 
boys! Then 
we could 
never have 
imagined all 
the joy you 
would bring 
to our lives. 
We have 
watched you 
blossom into 
the bright, 
kind and 
loving young 
woman we 
all adore. 
God has great 
plans for you 
& we are 
certain that 



Emily Ducr 
you will meet the challenge & make the world a 
better place. 
With great pride & love. Mom & Dad 1 87 




Tuniika N. Drake 



Dear Tamika. 
Well, dear you've made it! 
You have a good head on your 
shoulders, use it to the best of 
your abilities, and everything 
will come to you. Scholar, 
musician, athlete, with a 
wonderful smile, and so much 
more. ..you go girl!! We're 
very proud of you! 
May God continue to bless 
and protect you. 

Remember, you are a 
"DRAKE". 

Love Always. 

Mom, Dad, Grandmommy A., 
Grandmommy L.. Granddaddy 
J., Dominique. Monique & 
Howard Jr. 




To Tamika Nicole Drake: 
Congratulations on all of the many accomplish- 
ments that led you to this day. 
Congratulations again, on the completion of 
high school. As we have discussed previously, 
this is the first of many achievements and/or 
graduations that we are confident you will 
accomplish in life. We are truly proud of you. 
Your Grandparents, 
John & Lucille Peoples 





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Tinkerbell, 

Look where the Lord has brought 
you from. You're my very special 
Angel. You have always been 
different and little did I know that 
your being different was a gift from 
God. You are so wise yet humble. 
So personable yet meek. So loving 
yet very strong. I thank God for my 
special, different angel. God Bless 
You. 
We love you. 

Mom & Dad 



Teena Drake 





Adam Dybzinski 

Good Luck in the future! You are bound to he a 
success, of that I have no douLit. We will always be 
here for you, just as you have for us. 
Love Alwavs. Mum i Dad 




Matthew, 
Thanks for 
1 8 yrs. filled 
w ith your 
l.iughler. 
love and 
understand- 
ing. You are 
sensitive, 
bright and so 
special to us. 
We love 
you. 
Mom & Dad 



Matthew C. Flynt 




Chenoti Gip.son 



To Our Darling 
Daughter: 
It seems like 
only yesterda\ 
when you heg.in 
elementary 
school. Now vol 
are a senior in 
high school. 
Continue to 
excel in your 
personal, 
educational, and 
career growth. 
We love you ani 
we are proud to 
have a special 
daughter like 
you. Best of lucl 
in the future and 
in all you do 
Love. 
Mom & Dad 







Joseph Granito 

hat smile can brighten a room. Remember to use 
I often and don't be too serious. You have been the 
oy in our lives and we know you will continue to 
nake us proud, 
^ove. Mom & Dad 




Erica. 

God made us rich seventeen 
years ago wiien He gave us 
you because he gave us a 
pot of gold. You are so special! 
Words can't describe what the heart 
is feeling. So go and spread your 
wings, do your best and enjoy life. 
If you happen to fall from time to 
time, it's okay because we'll be 
there to pick you up always. Re- 
member, we've got your back. We 
love you very much. Erica 
Mommy & Daddy 
p.s. Daddy says you're very expen- 
sive. 



Erica Grant 




l^iS^JtSU: 



Dante R. Hardy 



ITongratulations graduate! Son, we are so very 
jroud of you! Keep trusting in the Lord and He will 
:ontinue to bless you and keep His hand upon you. 
We love you. 
"orever, Mom, Dad. Danyel, Deonell & Domeniq 




Jacqueline Hayes 



Dear Jackie. 
How 

quickly the 
years have 
passed! One 
moment 
you were 
our little 
girl and 
now you 
ha\c 

blossomed 
into a 
beautiful 
young lady. 
Good luck 
and best 
wishes to 
you in all 
your future 
endeavors. 
Love, Mom, 
Dad& 
Jayson 



Dear Erm. 
You still have 
the most 
wonderful 
smile. We are 
so proud of 
you and all 
your 

accomplish- 
ments. Thank 
you for the 
|oy, unselfish 
love, and 
great 

memories. We 
have 

appreciated 
your life and 
what it stands 
for. Continue 
Erin M. Hcr/hcig to put God 

first and you will succeed in everything you do. We 

love you so much. 

Love, Dad, Mom, Jenna & Ashley 





Granny, yeahl 1 know. Oh! No! You didnt Mom. Yes 1 did (smilei 
Jaonza you have grown into a lovely young woman so fast. When 
we look at you we feel so proud to have you for a daughter. If we 
haven't told you this nearly enough, we love you so very much! 
Soon you'll leave to start your life as a woman and we'll miss you 
to no end. Thank you for all your help with Oteshia and around the 
house. You're such a beautiful young lady. Remember to always let 
that beauty shine out from within. Keep "Jehovah" in front of your 
life. Stay "Positive" for growth and life's ups and downs. Remain 
intelligent, focu.sed, outgoing, caring, giving, creative, and 
adventurous. For these are the things that make "you". Jaonza 
special. 

Love. Antoine, L. R. Oteshia. Dad and Mom 
Consratulations Favzetts 



Jaonza F. Hicks 



It's been said there is no greater love that a man can have than to 
lay down his life for a friend. And since you've been a child you 
have embraced these two words with your courage and strength as 
well as your caring and thoughtfulness of others. Those two w ords, 
love and life are an endless journey. I have no doubt that in the 
future you will continue to embrace those words and find the joy 
and the lessons they have to offer. You're one in a million and I 
love you very much Jaonza. 
Ltnc. Auntie Jane 




Matthew HiscoU 





Stephanie A. Hughes 



Dear Stephanie. 
You have been a 
joy to so many! 
We're proud of 
you and your 
accomplishinentsl 
Thank you for the 
countless, 
beautiful 
memories and 
opportunities to 
share your 
childhood 
experiences. The 
road hasn't always 
been smooth hut 
you have 
persevered. We 
are confident 



you'll be successful in all your future endeavors in 
\\ hatever comes your way. Keep a smile on your 
face, a song in your heart and Christ in your life! 
God Bless You Always! 
Love. Mom and Dad 



To our Angle. 
And we are 
the only ones 
who can get 
away with 
calling you 
that. Being 
the oldest of a 
group of five, 
you were 
always the 
one we had to 
experiment 
with. Well, 
the experi- 
ment turned 
out to be a 
success. 
Having you 
Angela Indiano for our 

daughter has been a real test, oops, we mean treat! 

One way or another we'll always be there for you. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 





Jodi Jalovec 




Rebeccah C. Jenkins 

tell the bee'! KEEP FLYING. 

We Love You Past the Sky 

Mom and Gene 



Becky Clair, 
GO FOR 
IT. .Take 
chances, 
follow your 
dreains. These 
are the times 
you must trust 
that silent 
voice inside 
of you. The 
experts don't 
always know 
what's best. 
According to 
the laws of 
aeiDdynan"iics...lhe 
bumble bee 
cannot tly. I 
guess no one 
bothered to 



Christian, 
you are a 
blessing to 
me. We have 
been through 
so much 
together but 
by the grace 
of our 
heavenly 
Father and 
our love for 
each other, 
we pulled 
through every 
time. You 
have made 
me the 
happiest 
inother in the 

Christian M. Jones world and 

I'm so \ ery proud of you. Always put God first in 
your life and you will be a continued success. God & 
Mommy love you always and forever. 
Nfommv 





Amanda J. Kane 



Dear 
Amanda. 
You've 
been our 
Miracle 
Baby! 
You're full 
of life with 
all your 
talents. & 
skills. You 
have made 
us so proud i 
of you! 
Good luck 
and God 
Bless you a 
you enter 
college the | 
fall of 2000,- 
Love, 
Mom & 
Dad 




Gabrielle, 
We have 
watched 
you grow 
over the 
years, and 
have 
made us 
proud. 
Continue 
to work 
hard, and 
be the 
best you 
can be. 
We love 
you 

always. 
Mom, 
Dad, 

Nick, and 
Nicole 



I'^O Gabrielle T, Kelly 




,^ 




Dave Kilkenney 



Ebony Kizer 



Ebony, 

From the day you 
were bom, you ha\ i 
always been a joy ii 
our hearts. As you 
enter another stage 
your life, always 
know that we will t 
there for you to he I 
you reach your goa 
in life. You have al 
proven to me that n 
matter what people 
may say or do. 
remember only the 
strong will survive 
Good luck in collet 
always keep God ii 
your life, and 
remember we love 
you. j 

Mommy. Daddv. 
Brandon, Rayshaui 
& Monie i 




Dear Kirsten, 
Time has passed 
quickly since you 
entered kindergarten 
at Glenbrook. You 
always have strived 
for excellence. You 
have achieved more 
in seventeen years 
than most have in a 
life time. This has 
made you become 
the beautiful well- 
rounded young lady 
you are. Don't forget 
it's not what you 
accomplish, but how 
you are remembered 
for your accomplish- 
ments. The future 
holds a lot for you. 
Much love. Mom 
and Dad 



Kirsten Knauss 




^ 



Nicole. 
We 

probably 
don't tell 
you often 
enough 
how 

proud we 
are of 
you. Keep 
up the 
hard work 
and you'll 
go far in 
life. 

We love 
you! 
Mom & 
Dad 



Nicole Kolenc 



n 



y^ 



Allyson Kumel 



Allyson - 
You have 
made us 
very proud 
of you. We 
know you 
will 

accomplish 
all your 
goals & 
succeed in 
all you set 
out to do in 
life. 

Wishing 
you all the 
best today. 
tomorrow 
and 

always. 
Love - 
Mom & 
Dad& 
Michelle 



u 




-^ 



„ , Brandy Lesko 

I hope you realize just how much we all love you 
and how much we appreciate all you have done for 
us I We are all very proud of you. Please remember 
your family will always be there for you. 
Love. Mom. Bill. Matt. Shane. Billy, Mackenzie. 
Michael. Thumber. & I forgot the hamster's name 
and Alwavs vour Muffins. God Bless You. 




Dear 

Mark. 

We are 

very 

proud of 

you and 

love you 

very 

much. 

We hope 

you will 

always 

stay 

close to 

your 

family. 

Good 

luck at 

college. 

Love. 

Mom & 

Dad 




Mark Lucas 



Dana Majer 



Dana. 

You must have known 
since you were two 
years old what you 
wanted to be. You've 
grown from an adorable 
little girl into a beautiful 
young lady. We've 
always admired your 
hard work, organization 
and obedience. We're so 
very proud of you. 
You've made it so easy 
to he your parents. We 
know you'll do well in 
whatever you endeavor 
to do. We love you so 
much and pray that the 
Lord continues to bless 
your life. You'll make a 
great nurse! 
Love. 

Mom and Dad. 
Bobbv and Lauren 




p*-^ r 




Sarah Mascia 



Hey. 

Sunshine !(Mosh 
-#44) 
Your ever- 
present smile, 
your bubbly 
giggle, and the 
twinkle in your 
eyes can light 
up a room. You 
always try to 
see the best in 
others and 
forgive the 
worst. Whatever 
has come your 
way you have 
handled with 
strength, grace, 
and dignity. 
We are proud of 
you! 

Love, Mom & 
Dad 





Joe Mash 



Lindsey Mastalski 



Lmdsev. 
There is no 
doubt that 
you will go 
far in life. 
You are 
dedicated, 
caring, 
intelligent, 
pretty, 
athletic, and 
have that 
unusual sense 
of humor! 
Best of all, 
you are and 
always u ill 
be our little 
girl. We are 
so proud of 
you. 

Love. Mom 
& Dad 
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Bonnie Anne Mc Gee 



Bonnie, 
Thank you for 
all the enjoyable 
years. Watching 
you grow up has 
been a delight. 
You've always 
told us to "get a 
life" but you'll 
find your 
children are your 
life. We won't 
apologize for all 
the noise on the 
sidelines - 1 
wouldn't have 
traded it for the 
world. Be happy, 
be healthy, but 
most of all be 
yourself 'cuz 
you're the best. 
Love. Mom. Dad 
& Brendan 




Melissa, 
Remem- 
ber every 
day how 
special 
you are. 
There is 
no dream 
out of 
reach and 
nothing 
that you 
cannot 
accom- 
plish! 
Love, 
Mom, 
Dad, 

Mandy & 
Shannon 



Melissa Mc Peek 




Ebony Mills 
Dear Ebony: 

You have been a joy to my life. You have become 
very independent and responsible and have grown a 
lot and I am very proud of you. May God Bless Yoi 
Your best friend. 
Lo\e, Mom 



Sandra Rose, 
What a blessing 
you've been in our 
lives! Through 
you. our youth 
was revived and 
our dreams were 
fulfilled. You've 
survived the 
challenges and the 
heartaches and 
realized the 
victories (in the 
classroom and on 
the fields) through 
your dedication 
and determination. 
We're so proud of 
you! Congratula- 
Sandra Mowery lions to you and 

the class of 2000. This new century holds endless 

possibilities for your future and we know that you'll 

succeed at whatever you endeavor. 

Lo\e. Mom & Dad 





Janelle & Jennifer Muhvic 

To my beautiful girls. 

You two have made everyone so proud. Both of you 

have touched the lives of many people. May God 

continue to bless you and watch over you. You are 

both loved .ore than you know. 

Lo\c. Mom, Nick and Georiie 



To Eddy O.. 
Some parents 
ask a lot of thei 
kids. We didn'l 
have to becausi 
you set high 
standards for 
U5urself. We'll 
\ ery proud of 
your achieve- 
ments and of 
the example 
you've set for 
your 5 youngei 
brothers and 
sisters. As you 
go forward, 
commit to 
being healthy, 
happy and 
Ed Ostrander peaceful. 

Choose to live each day with joy and enthusiasm. - 

God Bless You Always - Love. 

Mom & Dad 





Shavoii Pannell 

Shavon you've grown into a beautiful young lady. 
Stay sweet, do your best and stay focused, and 
keep God in your life. With that you can't go 
wrong. We love you and we'll miss you deeply. 
Love, Mom. Dad. Soteria & Tony 

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Allison, 
We're so very 
proud of you ! 
It seems like 
only yesterday 
that we left 
you crying at 
the door of 
pre-school and 
now you are 
ready to enter 
the doors of 
college. It has 
been a joy to 
watch your 
determination 
to grow, learn 
and become a 
leader. You 
are a very 



Allison Penko 
special and blessed young woman. Go after your 
dreams and take time to enjoy all of life's gifts! 
Love. 
Mom, Dad and Leslie 




Ernest Lee Phillips, Jr. 



WOW! Loo 
at mom and 
dad's little 
man. Mr. 
Photogenic, 
our pride ar 
joy. Ernest, 
you have 
been a joy I 
our hearts, ; 
blessing to 
have in our 
lives. May 
you never 
forget the 
joy of 
discovery ii | 
the 
adventures 
of life aheac| 
Love 
Always, 
Mom and 
Dad 







T 



o my son 
Quentin "Monk" Murdock 

POINTS TO PONDER 

Quentin, AS YOUR MOTHER 



can share with you life, but I cannot live it for you. 

can teach you things, but I cannot make you learn. 

can give you directions, but I cannot always be there to lead 
you. 

can allow you freedom, but I cannot account for it 

can take you to church, but I cannot make you believe. 

can teach you right from wrong, but 1 cannot always decide 
or you. 

can buy you nice clothes, but 1 cannot make you lovely 
nside. 

can offer you advice, but I cannot force it upon you. 

can teach you to be a friend, but I cannot make you one. 

can teach you to share, but I cannot make you unselfish. 

can teach you respect, but I cannot force you to honor. 

can advise you about friends, but I cannot choose them for 
you. 

can teach you about sex, but I cannot keep you pure. 

can tell you the facts of life, but I cannot build your reputa- 
ion. 

can tell you about drinking and drugs, but I cannot say no for 
you. 

can tell you about lofty goals, but I cannot achieve them for 
you. 

can let you work, but I cannot make you responsible. 

can teach you to obey, but I cannot answer for your actions. 

can teach you kindness, but I cannot force you to be gracious. 

can warn you about sins, but I cannot make your morals. 

can teach you about prayer, but I cannot make you pray. 

can tell you how to live, but I cannot give you eternal life. 

can, and will, love you. ..forever. 

Your loving mother. 
Monk, stay focused on your goals 
They are within reach. 




Sara, 

When it seems 
like life is just one 
big game; remem- 
ber - we voted you 
1st team! So 
proud to have 
coached you. 
Love, Mom & 
Dad 

Sara Pfahl 




Jennifer Rinella 

you whenever you need us. 
Love. Mom & Dad 



Jen, 

It's hard to 

believe our 
little girl has 
grown into 
such a 
beautiful, 
young woman. 
You've always 
worked so hard 
at everything 
you've done, 
and it's that 
determination 
to do your best 
that will carry 
you through 
life. We've 
always been 
proud of you. 
and will always 
be there for 

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Dear Nicole. 

You have been our joy! You have always 
had a deep loving and caring way for 
others, we hope you never lose that. We 
are very proud of your accomplishments 
and the person you have grown to be. 
Continue to work hard in the next phase 
of your life. Remember love, faith, integ- 
rity & perseverance will guide you 
through Ufe. Never lose your jest for life 
or your desire to have fun. You will 
always be our Stella and Hannah. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad and Tony 

Nicole Raia 



Dear Aziza, 
When you came to us i 
the 9th grade, it was a 
time of uncertainty . 
Your mother was 
gravely ill and we jusi 
wanted to try to pro\ u 
as stable an environnu 
as we possibly could 
Yes, we encountered 
some rough times alon 
the way, but God 
brought us thru it. Now 
you are in your 12th 
grade year & we are sc 
proud of you. We have 
had the blessed 
opportunity to see you 
grow to be a mature an 
responsible young lad) 
So as you continue yoi 
journey through life, 

keep God first & foremost & He will direct your path. As 

your favorite Bible verse states. "You can do all things 

through Christ who strengthens you". 

Congratulations 

Class of 2000 

Love. Uncle Jesse & Aunt Dee 




Aziza Roberts 




Jordan Robinson 



Dear 
Jordan, 
You have 
always been 
a Super 
Hero in our 
hearts. As 
you travel 
through life, 
may you 
always be 
able to leap 
over life's 
obstacles in 
a single 
bound. May 
God be with 
you as you 
strive to 
reach your 
goals. 
Love, 
Mom and 
Dad 




r- . Eric Ryan 

Enc. •' 

Our "Little Guy" has grown into a young man with 

hopes and dreams for his future. May you succeed 

and be happy. 

God bless. 

Love always, Mom, Dad, Erin & Meghan 




Tim, The 

future 

heart of 

the 

Panther 

defense. 

We hope 

that the 

quality of 

the 

minutes 

of the rest 

of your 

life equals 

the 

quality of 

the 

minutes 

you spent 

on the ice. 

Love, 

Mom& 

Dad 



Timothy J. Sacko 




Nicole Marie Samsa 



Dear Nicki - 
Nicole, 
Congratula- 
tions on 
your 

graduation! 
What must 
seem like a 
lifetime to 
you feels 
like a 

heartbeat to 
usi We're 
so proud of 
our "little 
star" ! 
You're a 
beautiful 
young 
woman! 
Love, Moin 
&Dad 




Dear Bo, 

You are a daughter any dad 
would consider himself 
blessed to call his own. I am 
both proud and grateful to be 
your dad. 

As you have grown from 
toddler, to teen your ability to 
bring joy to all your experi- 
ences has both taught me and 
inspired me. 

God bless you, and all those 
lucky enough to be a part of 
your life. You are my joy. 
Love, Your Dad 



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Leanne Sanelli 




Ryan Sarpolis 



Dear 

Ryan. 

You've 

brought 

us so 

much joy 

and 

laughter. 

You are 

our 

"bonus". 

We love 

you and 

aie so 

proud of 

you. 

Love. 

Mom, 

Dad, 

Debbie, 

Kristen, 

and 

Laurie 




Jim Shaw 

Jimmy, 

Wishing you only the best in life. May all your 

dreams come true. 

All our love. 

Mom. Dad & Brian 



Elizabeth A. 
Skok - "Lizz" 
even at a 
young age 
you stood 
apart from 
the rest. Your 
style, your 
uniqueness, 
your 

"cheer"ful 
personality. 
You can do 
anything you 
set your mind 
to. Follow 
your heart & 
your dreams. 
They will 
make you 
Elizabeth Skok happy. 

Remember we all love you and are very proud of you. 

Love always - Dad. Mom, Greg & Jason 





Lauren Smith 



Brookie, 
You are 
the light 
of my 
life. Stay 
strong. 
Remem- 
ber Jah. 
Love 
Always, 
Aminah 




Owen Strodtbeck 



Dear Owen, 
You are a 
great son & I 
am very proud 
of you & your 
accomplish- 
ments. You 
have enriched 
my life 
beyond what 
words can 
express. I wish 
you good 
health, 
happiness, 
love & much 
success in 
everything 
you do in life. 
May all of 
your dreams 
come true. 
Love always. 
Mom & Kyle 




Mary Tisi 

We're so proud of you! And you've only just begun. 
Babbo. David and Mom 




r. . ,.,,. Jillian Udovich 
Dearest Jillian. 

You will always be our little one. We wish you the 

love and joy you have brought us. We are so very 

proud of you ! 

Mom & Dad 

Lisa & Brian 




Dear Melissa, 

As our middle child you've always 
been the heart of our family. Every 
day we celebrate the gift of you in our 
lives. We wish you a life full of 
laughter, love and joy. relationships to 
nurture and cherish, curiosity and 
passion to learn, and wisdom to 
discover and honor your many gifts. 
Melissa, follow your dreams and 
remember to look beyond the limits of 
today to the endless possibilities of 
tomorrow. 

Congratulations and best wishes for 
your college years and beyond! 
Love you always. 
Mom & Dad 



Melissa Lynn Waina 



195 



INDEX 




ttitude was stressed 
at The Euclid High 
I School 



Abiecunas. Alison 22, 48, 49, 93, 184, 185 

Abiecunas. Eric 160, 198 

Academics 128 

Academics Divider 126 

Activity Divider 82 

Adams. Artara 140 

Adams. Ashley 160 

Adams, Erin 22 

Adams, Natasha 140 

Addis, Jane 131 

Addison, Alise 90, 140 

AFS 100 

Ahmetovic, Samir 22, 110, 172 

Aides, Clinic 103 

Aides, tuledia 118 

Aides, Office 102 

Alalis, lanthe 72, 101. 140 

Albert, Kyle 112 

Aldridge, Monique 22, 48, 49. 94 

Alexander, Erik 149 

Alexander, Joshua 22 

Alexander, Michael 53, 54, 149 

Alexander, Zipporah 160 

Alkema, Daniel 149 

Alkema, Jayson 160 

Allbery, Kristin 140 

Almond, Martees 160 

Alston, Harvey 179 

Amato, Susan 32, 131 

Ambros. Mike 1 12 

Amey. Dwayne 140 

Amigoni, Christine 4, 9, 22, 33, 49, 60 

Anderson, Angela 149 

Anderson, Chnstopher 22 

Anderson, Jean 149 

Anderson, Kennard 149 

Anderson, Shannon 149 

Anderson, Tiera 77 

Anderson, Tiffany 22, 48, 49, 113, 184, 185 

Andrews, Cesarae 22 

Anekwe, Ngozichukwu 69, 148, 149, 177 

Aririess, Betsy 131, 139 

Announcers, PA 118 

Antonini, Juslin 128, 184 

Antontrii, Patricia 184 

Appling, Lindsay 160. 174 

Aquabe, Dolores 94 

Aquila, Antoinette 22,49, 184, 185 

Aquilano, Anthony 74, 149 

Aquilano, Bn 22, 49 

Aquilano, Gina 140 

Aquilano, Jenna 149 

Armstrong, Billy Joe 149 

Armstrong, Caitlin 140 

Armstrong, Celeste 87, 88, 160 

Arp, Robin 22, 45, 47, 87, 88, 103 

Arpin, Bryan 22 

Art, Commercial 113 

Asberry, Clarence 22 

Ashdov»n III, Robert 22, 98, 184, 185, 201 

Attwood, Dawn 22, 48, 49, 90, 174, 184, 185 

Austin, Albert 149 

Automotives. Vocational 104 

Awards, Senior 179 




ussing was cut back 
until the school levy 
passed in November 



Babuder, Michael 7.22, 109, 184, 185 



Index 




196 



Babyak, Bnan 21, 22, 53 

Bachmann, Amanda 14, 82, 160 

Bachmann. Amy 160, 177 

Badley. Jessica 160 

Badley, Rodney 149 

Bagwell, Anthony 140 

Bailey, Chnstopher 7. 23 

Bailey, Danielle 94, 149 

Baisden, Kevin 104, 160 

Baker, Emilie 7, 23, 87, 88, 93 

Balfour, Dionne 80, 140 

Ballard, Tonya 149 

Ballinger, Megan 183 

Balogh, Jennifer 87, 88, 140 

Balogh, Lauren 87, 88. 117, 160 

Bambic. Tarrah 160 

Banacfi, Dave 48 

Banc, Thomas 53,54. 131 

Band, Jazz 84 

Band, Marching 86 

Bandy, Rafik 23, 104 

Bank, Delarsky 177 

Banks, Kenneth 23 

Baranowski, Alison 56, 91, 98, 109. 149, 157 

Baranowski, Robert 104, 160 

Barbish, Ethel 131 

Barcini, Krysti 112 

Barkari, Malaika 160 

Barker. Brenda 129, 184 

Barlow, Tamiela 160 

Barnauskas. Joseph 140 

Barnauskas. Josoph 55. 82 

Barnauskas. Michael52. 53, 64, 78, 160, 168, 171, 
176 

Barnes, Michael 128, 204 

Barnett II, Willie 82, 83, 149 

Baron, Stephen 23. 115 

Barrett, Aisha 23, 102 

Barrett, Joyce 131 

Barrett, Man/ianne 160 

Barrett, Shannon 140 

Barrett. Steve 128 

Barringer. Brian 23 

Bartchak. Erin 90, 140 

Barlchak, Melissa 174 

Bartel, Rick 172 

Basalla, Anthony4, 14, 51, 53, 66, 67, 68, 72, 159, 
160 

Basalla. Lisa 179 

Basalla, Timothy 11,68,72, 140 

Baseball 172 

Basketball, Boy's 66 

Basketball, Giri's 70 

Bass. Sam 112 

Bans. Wayne 112 

Baugh, Entina 140 

Bayko, Gayle 23 

Baylog, Kelly3, 13, 16,23,48,49,80,81,82, 100, 
121. 184, 185,204 

Bear, Anna 87, 88, 160 

Bear, James 149 

Beard, Kevina 149 

Bearimoore, Drew 149 

Beasley, Andre 160 

Beatty, Tameka 23 

Beaumont. Cori 23 

Bechtel, Carol 128 

Beck, Lindsay 47, 80, 81, 82, 87, 88, 160 

Begovic, Mario 160 

Begovic, Roseanna 140 

Behm, Malhew 149 

Belavic, Oriana 23, 45 

Bell. Amanda 117 

Bell. Anthony 160, 172 

Bell, Brandon 176 

Bell, Rashad 85,87, 149 

Bell, Tawanda 23, 49 

Bell, Teresa 149 

Bell, Therese 160 

Bell, Tnsa 69 

Bendahan, Angle , 140 

Bender, Willie 53 



Bennett, Alexis 160 

Bennett, Sherita 160 

Berkheimer, Kristy 23, 48, 49, 90, 184, 185 

Benv, Christian 149 

Berry, Tymeika 149 

Besselman, Megan 140 

Beuoy, Joan 131 , 204 

Bibbs, Verea 69.70,71, 160. 177 

Biehl, Abigael .. 9, 23, 48, 49, 72, 85. 87, 93, 106, 
184, 186 

Biehl, Brandon 149 

Big Show 180 

Bilavcic, Dalibor 72. 160 

Billig. Justin 23 

Bishop. William 104 

Bivins, Kelli 23, 94, 108, 184, 186, 204 

Black, Allen 106, 119, 131 

Black, De Wayne 149 

Black, Justin 140 

Black, Matthew 23, 104 

Black. Stephanie 72, 140 

Black-Wenrich, Alessa 149 

Blackman, Andrea 160 

Blakeney, Cuera 81, 149 

Blask, James 149 

Blazetic, Abigail 69, 102, 140 

Blazetic, Katherine 23,90, 111 

Bledsoe, Ronnell 23 

Blount, Devin 149 

Blount, Dinae 160 

Boehike, Jennifer 149 

Bogarty, Lloyd 140 

Bojc, Phillip 10, 58, 66, 68, 160, 172 

Bolden, Latasha 149 

Boiden, Leoretia 24,48,49, 113 

Bonner, Aaron 160, 198 

Bonner, Shontae 140 

Booker, Tajuana 76, 140 

Boone, Elizabeth 56. 160 

Boone, Michael 55, 136. 140, 147 

Boroziak, Brian 103, 160, 172 

Boribong, Laura 24 

Borra, Tom 176 

Bosher, Matthew 140 

Bosher. Paul 160 

Boswell, Anisha 140 

Boswell, Tamara 140 

Bowles, Jason 149 

Bowser, Vickie 56 

Bowser, Victoria 57,94,99, 111, 160, 168 

Boy's Basketball 66 

Boy's Tennis 178 

Boyce, Lauren 149 

Boyd, Janitta 85, 87, 149 

Boyd, Jennifer 160 

Boyd, Laura 131 

Boyd, Timothy 149 

Boyle, Karen 131, 184 

Bozich, John 160 

Bradley, Daenita 140 

Bradley, Jessica Anne L 140 

Brantley, Dametrious 160 

Brantley, Derek 160 

Brazaitis. Lakrii 24 

Brazis, Dawn 16, 24, 77, 81, 184, 185 

Brazis, Elizabeth 140 

Breeding, Melissa 14, 65.79, 160 

Brewer, Cheryl 24, 110, 170, 174 

Brewster, Donald 24 

Brian, Chester 131 

Brichacek, Debbi 149 

Brichacek, Heidi 24 

Brickman, Danielle 140 

Brinkley, Nicole 149 

Britt. Bany 149 

Brown. Amani 82. 95, 160, 176, 177 

Brown, Anthony 140 

Brown, Brittney 149 

Brown, Calvin 67 

Brown, Edward 24 

Brown, Karen 131 

Brown, Mondie 69, 140 

Brown, Rayshun 176 



Brown, Ronald 

Brown, Stephen 110, 

Browning. Phyllis 77. 110. 

Browning. Seth 

Brunner, Jennifer 24, 184, 

Brys, Jason 

Brys, Kellie 80, 105, 

Bryson, Mario 

Bucar, Steven 

Bucewicz. Alexandra 77, 

Buchanan, Stephanie 121, 

Buford, Alexis 

Bullock, Michael 

Burdette, Melissa 

Burke, John 

Burke, Sarah 24, 72, 184, 

Burks, Rachel 87, 

Burr, Alisha 

Burrell, Chnstina 24, 

Burl, Tammica 

Burton, Michael 

Burya, Amy 24,85,184, 

Butler, Bobby 

Butler, Pnscllla 

Byers, Chns 

Byrne, Lindsey 94, 100, 



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186 
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lowning around in the 
halls was not permittee 



Cahlll, Steve 68, 104, 17! 

Cahill III, James 145 ■ 

Cain, LaShaunda 24,184, IS^i 

Cain, Latoya 2' 

Calabrese, Kevin 172 

Calabrese, Mark 14J 

Caldwell, Ashley 14(; 

Caldwell, Tierra 69, 14!, 

Calhoun. Eugene 161, 201 




Michael Ulle 

Michael. 

You'll always be OUR Superstar! 

Aim high - you can be anything you 

want to be. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Robyn & Stacy 



Calloway. Shanise 161 

;alvin, Maryann 177 

Campbell, Rosita 77 

ianady, Ivy 161 

;andela. Caria 87, 88. 161 

;andow, Amanda 90, 161 

;andow, Nicole 24, 48, 49, 90, 101 

:andow, Stacy 161 

;annady, Myron 140 

;apella, Wendy 131 

;ardile. Christopher 24, 48 

;ardile, Michael 24 

;ardile, Mike 112 

;arey, Reiko 32, 91, 130 

;argill. Chelsea 161 

Carlson. Christopher 25,48,49, 58, 121 

Earner, Timothy 140 

:arotenuto, Matthew 149 

;arotenuto, Salvatore 90, 140 

;arpenier, Aaron 17. 25, 49, 109 

:;arpenter, Timothy 115, 140 

;arr, Ashleigh 90, 161 

;arr, Candace 149 

;arr, Deanna 161, 205 

;arse. Kevin 172 

Larson, Lonnie 25 

^arter, Courtney 161 

barter, Kenyatta 161 

;asti, Chnstiana 161 

;atlett, Sophia 93, 140 

:ayson. Bryant 140 

Cederlund, Ray 140 

;ek, Nichoie 161 

,'>rne, Dave 172 

Cerne, Scott 150, 173 

;hampa. Heather 113, 161 

;hampa, Jamey 150 

Chapman, Jessica 25 

Chapman, Reuel 150 

Ihatman, Shaun 52, 53, 161 

Cheerleaders 80 

Cheney, John 140 

ibhillious. Crystal 112. 161 

bhmura, Dojglas 78,85,87, 140 

Chorale, Varsity 91 

Choraiiers 90 

Chrestoff, Devin 53, 95, 98. 161 

Christian. Michael 140 

Christopher, Angela 131 

Chrosniak, Teresia 150 

Church, Julie 140 

Ciacchi, Elaine 150 

Cicco, Dawn 85, 87. 90, 161 

Ciora, Jonathan 25 

Cipo, Joseph 150 

Cipo, Stephen 25 

Cipriano, Angela 87, 95, 100, 161. 169. 174 

Cirino. Robert 49 

Clapacs, John 128 

:iark, Austine 60, 90. 94, 96, 150, 177. 204 

;iark, Christa 25 




Andrew Walker 

Andrew, you have been bringing 
our family roses since day one. 
Roses of joy and laughter, 
adventure and exploration, pride 
and wonder. It's hard to believe 
that the gifts you give are about to 
extent further as you graduate. 
Keep giving as you do & the 
world will give you roses too. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Katie & Sean 



Clark, James 53, 76, 104, 161 

Clark, Kristin25, 91, 94, 96, 97, 105, 181, 184, 187 

Clay, Michael 161 

Clay, Shawntee 25, 174, 184, 187 

Claycomb, Andrea 140 

demons, Toniya 25 

Clinic Aides 103 

Clinkscales, Maria 131 

Clinkscales, Quinisha 90, 140 

Closing 204 

Club, Cultural 105 

Club. Key 106 

Club, Poetry 105 

Club, Ski 115 

Cocherell, Brian 178 

Cochran, Reginald 25 

Cody, Shana 160 

Coffey, Shenta 182 

Colbert. Charmayne 161 

Coleman. Anthony 150 

Collier, Carlisa 140 

Collins, Antuan 25 

Collins. Kasey 87, 88, 140 

Collins, Kelly . 72,87,90,95, 101, 161, 169, 174, 
175 

Collins, Michael 150 

Collins, Sierra 161 

Collins, Stacy 161 

Colvin, Maryann 81, 161 

Comer, Jamie 177 

Comercial Art 113 

Commencement 183 

Conell. Corey 78, 150 

Connelly, Carolyn 25, 100 

Cook, Jo-Anne 25 

Cook, Kathleen 25 

Cook, Sarah 141 

Coolick, Kathleen 131 

Cooper, Joytynne 150 

Cooperative Business Educatkjn 113 

Corps, Flag 88 

Cortes, Lillian 161 

Cosiano, Nina 25. 184. 187 

Costella. Nicole 150 

Cottrell. Melissa 161 

Council. Student 94 

Country. Cross 64 

Cousett, Aleeka 161 

Cox. Benjamin 78, 104 

Cozan. Lindsay 65, 141 

Cozart, Steven 25 

Crav^ord, Richard 141 

Creary, Dwayne 161 

Creer, Tyra 150 

Cremeans, Christopher 25 

Crissman, Alton 150 

Croone-Cain, Anc 68, 150 

Crosby, Christal 77. 98, 150. 175 

Crosby, Corey 141 

Cross. Man/in 87 

Crosscountry 64 

Cross Jr.. Melvin 141 

CRUX 116 

Cultural Club 105 

Cunningham. Kan 10, 84, 85, 87, 93, 101, 102, 
148, 150, 175 

Cunningham Jr., Paul 52, 53, 76, 161, 176 

Cvetkovic, Frank 25, 113 

Cvetkovic, Tina 141 

ry spell meant that Fall 
sports were played in 
excellent weather 



D'amico, Jason 82, 83, 141 

Damico, Joseph 82, 83, 141 

Daly, Patrick 141 

Dana. Falcon 87, 88 

Dancy. Marshellis 141 

Datlett. Sophia 90 

Daugherty. Harold 66,68, 131. 184 

Dautovic. Peter 131 

Davies. Jennifer25. 48, 49, 84, 85, 87, 91, 93, 96, 
98.99, 123. 174. 184, 187 

Davis, Ariana 26 

Davis, Candace 150 

Davis. Cara 26. 184, 187 

Davis. David 150 

Davis, Derreli 26, 48, 184, 187 

Davis, Fallon 69. 141 

Davis, Jessica 87, 111, 150 

Davis, John 52, 53, 161 

Davis, Keyasha 14, 16, 17, 69, 161, 177 

Davis, Khalia 141 

Davis, Kyramika 150 

Davis, Lasharon 150 

Davis, Lynn 69, 129 

Davis. Michael 161 

Davis, Sarina 26 

Davis, Sherita 141 




Dawson, Latoya 161 

DCT Ill 

De Angelis. Jason 78, 141 

De Hughes, Jenny 81, 90 

De La Roach, Zack 26 

De Loach, Gabriel 150 

De Luca, Tina 150 

De Vese, Adriene 81 

De Wine, Carol 128 

De Wine, Jean13, 72, 84, 85, 87, 91, 93, 167, 184, 
203 

Deal, Allison 150 

Dean, Cariette 150 

Dean, Catrera 90, 141 

Deas, Derek 26, 178 

Dell, Kelly 131 

Delladonna, Erin 150 

Dennis, Kristen 141 

Dennis-Rogers, Susan 131 

Deramus, Jerry 150 

Derganc, Kendra 16 

Deveney. Gheorghe 150 

Devese. Adrien 90 

Devese. Adriene 61, 141 

Devise, Adrien 90 

Devor, Lisa 77,90.141 

Devor Jr.. Richard 53, 161 

Di Renzo. Desarae 150 

Dickerson. Dei 141 

Dickinson. De Mario 150 

Dickinson. Juanita 141 

Dickinson, Sharonda 26 

Dickson. Shaionda 150 

Disbrow. David 64, 78, 141 

Divider, Academics 126 

Divider, Activity 82 

Divider, Memories 170 

Divider, Senior 18 

Divider, Sports 50 

Divider, Student Life 6 

Divider, Underclass 136 

Dixon, David 161 

Dixon, Erin 141 

Dixon, Kim 131 

Dixon, Rachel 26, 90, 95 

Dodd, Adam 150 

Domin. Jordan 26, 64. 184, 187 

Dominique, Kristyol 26 

Donner, Kristin 26, 48, 49, 111 

Dore, Benjamin 141 

Dore. Katharine 161 

Dore, Nathaniel 17, 26, 48, 49, 91 , 94, 96, 97, 98, 
99, 101,201 

Domes, Nichoie 161 

Dorsey, Justin 150 

Dorsey, Tanya 161 

Dorsey Jr., Richard 4, 11. 161 

Dostal. Jessica 150 

Dotson, Mia 56, 141 

Drake, C.J 150 

Drake, Dominique 60, 61, 93. 102, 109, 137, 148, 
150, 175 

Drake, Howard 61, 128 

Drake, Tamika6, 9, 14, 16, 17. 20, 26, 44, 49, 60, 
69,70,71,93,94, 101, 102, 174, 175, 184, 188 

Drake. Teena 26, 48, 49, 184, 188 

Drill Team 116 

DuBroy, Theresa 131,138 

Duckworth, Crystal 150 

Duer, Emily 7, 26, 48, 49, 74, 174, 184, 187 

Dugan, David 141 

Duke, Jason 112 

Dukes. Latosha 1 50 

Dukes. Wyterrica 141 

Dula. Jacqueline 85, 87, 101. 141 

Dumas, Eugene 141 

Dumas, Jessica 141 

Duncan, Jolene 26 

Dunklin, Juquita 150 

Dunlap, Jen 150 

Durbin. Michael 131 

Durrell, Deonte 101 

Dvareckaite. Vesta 141 

Dworning. Frederick 26 

Dwyer, Bill 129, 184 

Dybzinski, Adam 26, 184, 188 

Dycks, Daniel 150 

Dycks, Michael 68. 150 

Dysarl. Derek 150 




veryone needs a goal in 
order to succeed 



Eads. Ashanti 26. 113 

Eanes. Adonte 26 

Earick. Jonathan 27, 113 

Early, Raymel 53, 150 

Easley, Jennifer 65, 77, 94, 98, 101, 150 177 

Eastbum, Brian 150 

Echols, Reginald 32, 131 



Edinburgh, Cora 113, 161 

Edinburgh, Ernestine 27 

Edmonds, Stephen 151 

Education, Marketing 110 

Edwards, Venisha 27 

Egleton. Zanta 151 

Elding, Rachel 27,48,49, 113, 122 

Ekuibe, Chinyere 161 

Ekuibe, Cyril 151 

Elie, Dion 12, 52, 53, 76, 161, 176 

Elliot Jr., Cecil 27, 68 

Ellis. Gina 69. 151 

Ellison, Stacia 69, 101, 162 

Elmendorp. Cathartna 151 

Elston, Charlotte 1 31 , 204 

Enforcement, Law 112 

Englebrecht, Geoffrey 27 

Enneper, Jill 60, 61 

Epps, Marcus 90, 91, 141 

Eslick, Nicole 177 

Estes, Kenneth 27.48 

Estes, Kevin 53 

Estnct, Christine 27, 69, 70, 76, 77 

Euclid Heal Treating Co 205 

Euclid Office Supply 205 

Euclidian 108 

Eucuyo 107 

Evans, Brian 27 

Evans, Patrice 177 

Ewing, Chnstina 47, 81, 87, 88, 90, 162 

Ev/ing, Tammy 87, 89 

J I ootball team lacked the 

liB^ size to compete 

B succesfully in the L.E.L. 

Fadel. Matt 82 

Fails, Shawn 141 

Fairman. Andrew 151 

Fall Play 96 

Fairar, Kenneth 141 

Farrell, Edward 27 

Farrell. Katy 151 

Feijoo, Sonia 60, 77. 148, 151 

Fell. John P 128 

Fende. Christopher 27 

Fende, Heather 151 

Fender. Adam 172, 173 

Ferencz. Michael 151, 173 

Ferguson, Laketta 151 

Fetheroff, Mark 58, 104, 151 

Ficere, Jessica 162 

Fidel, Matt 82 

Fine, Bethany 19, 27, 47, 48, 49, 87, 88, 101 

Fine, Joshua 119 

Fine, Michelle 47, 80, 87, 88, 90, 162 

Finegan, Patrick 27, 113 

Fink, Jennifer 90, 151 

Fink, Michael 27, 48, 49, 109 

Fintayson, Brad 131 

Finley, Amanda 141 

Finley, Bridget 87, 88, 103 

Fiorelli, Victoria 85, 87. 141 

Fischer, Jennifer 90, 162 

Fish. Kimbetly 94. 127. 131 , 184 

Fisher, George 141 

Fisher, Matthew 151, 173 

Fisher, Tony 54 

Fitzgerald. Ciaran 94. 162 

Flag Corps 88 

Flake. Jamal 162 

Flament. Gale 107. 131 

Fleming, Enn 90.96. 141 

Flonnoy, Kenneth 27 

Florkiewicz, T. J 53. 172, 173 

Floyd. Aisha 162 

Floyd. Sheereeda 27, 49 

Fluker, De Saun 141 

Flynt, IVIatthew . 12. 15, 27, 33, 58, 110 184, 188 

Fofanah, Marcia 77, 151, 177 

Fogarty. Kathleen 184 

Fonovic, Danny 27,48, 109, 115, 204 

Football 52, 53 

Forgus, Angela 16, 27, 48 

Fergus, David 151 

Fortunalo, Michael 7. 27, 58. 59 

Foster, Christopher 68, 141 

Foster, Crishawn 68, 141 

Foster, Leonna 28, 113 

Fountain. Senwai 28 

Fowler. Jane 131 

Fox, Audree 129, 184 

Francetic, Dan 32 

Frederick, Kristat 151 



Index 





Nick Malnar, Curt Keller, Eric Abiecunas, Devon Pace and Aaron Bonner 

working hard to learn about small engines and their maintenance. 



Freeman, Aaron 151 

Freeman, Erik 28, 76. 167 

Freshmen 138 

Froellch, Megan 151 

Frowerk, Daniel 55, 101. 141 

Fumich, Amber 72. 85. 87. 137. 151. 175 

Futkos. Lisa 28 



S 



id's Tennis had an 
excellent season 



Gabnel, Octavia 162 

Gage, Chns 173 

Gage. James 113 

Gaglione, Gina 28, 56. 57, 98. 174 

Gaglione, Mana 57, 151, 175 

Galati, Mathew 162 

Galipo, Anthony 141 

Gallagher, Janice 128 

Gallon, Vincent 28 

Galloway, Elisha 90. 141 

Gamero, Christina 162 

Gamero. Edward 55, 141 

Gant, Latianna 162 

Gargiulo, Matthew 151 

Garren. Shaquita 162 

Gates. Barbara 132 

Gates, Christopher 74, 75, 148, 151 

Gatewood 11, Jerry 55, 141 

Gecewich, Richard 28,48, 120 

Gecewich, Robert 53. 148. 151 

Gelo. Ivan 28. 110 

George, Sharte 141 

Germ. James 74 

Germovsek, Monica 141 

Giancola, Andrew 141 

Giancola, Daniel 46. 84, 86, 87, 93 

Giancola, Jason 84. 87, 102, 151 

Gibbons, John 72, 111, 132 

Gibbons, Thomas 32. 53, 76, 132. 177. 184 

Gibbs. Kenna 69 

Gibbs. Shekinah 141 

Giles. Dalana 162 

Gipson, Cherran 28, 184, 188 

Girl's Basketball 70 

Girl's Tennis 56 

Glavan, Rick 172 

Glenn. Kandasha 28, 94 

Glenn, Tonisha 151 

Glescky, Judy 100 

Click, Jay 28, 48. 49 

Glicken, Brad 141 

Glicken, Brian 28 

Glicker. Andrew 141 

Goard. Rita 162 

Goen, Michael 68 

Goff. Robert 28 

Golf ■.;58 

Gonzales, Melodie 151 

Gonzalez. Elena 65, 80, 81 . 141 

Gonzalez. Michael 28, 64, 95 

Gooden, Carita A 151 

Gooding, Bill 129 

Gorman, Kevin 141 

Gorse, John 151 

Gorse, Matthew 28 

Gorier. Angela 162, 174 



Index 




Gorter, Elizabeth 162 

Goulde, Dorian 176 

Grabianowski. Kevin 151 

Grad. Christopher 104, 162 

Grady, Adam 16 

Grady, John 162 

Graham. David 141 

Granito, Joseph 3. 7, 14, 21. 28, 52, 53, 68. 184, 
189 

Grant. Charles 151 

Grant, Erica 28, 49, 184. 189 

Graves, Brandon 28, 104 

Graves, Robert 101 

Gravitte, Kenny 172 

Gray, Wakita 151 

Gray, William 32, 132 

Grays, Michael 141 

Grays, Robert 28 

Grdadolnik, Daniel 151 

Green, Antoinette 77, 90. 141 

Green. Brooks 151 

Green, Falynn 151 

Green. Rio 85, 87. 142 

Greene, Jacqueline 79,93, 109. 142 

Greene. Keldur 117. 132 

Greenspan, Ben 82 

Greer, Natalie 151 

Grewatsch, Michael 82, 151 

Grgincic, Anita 151 

Grgincic. Dennis 82. 151 

Grgincic. Donna 162 

Grgincic, John 142 

Grgincic, Josip 110 

Grida, Anthony 151, 173 

Griff. Jack 68 

Griffin, Amey 28, 83. 85, 87. 122 

Griffin. Jason 151 

Griggs Jr„ Cedric 76, 90, 162 

Grillo, Rafaela 29, 94, 100 

Grisez, Kevin 172 

Grogan. Shinnay 142 

Gross. Adam 29 

Groudle. Alan 151 

Groves II, Douglas 53, 151 

Gaibach, Mary 162 

Grubach, Michael 29, 103, 1 10 

Gruscow, Bea 32 

Guarino, Debbie 132 

Gudaitis, Elizabeth 93. 109, 151 

Guilamo, Siobhan 81, 90, 142 

Guilamo. Tzeitel 162 

Gundic, Allison...ii 113, 162 

Gustin, Jillian 142 

Guzauskas, Marty 78 

Guzzi, Justin 142 

Gydosh. James 113. 162 

Gymnastics 76 

alloween dress up day 
was cancelled 



Habat, Daniel 85. 87, 151 

Hackathorn. Eric 162 

Hagenbaugh, Christina . 8. 56, 57, 79, 93, 94, 98, 
109, 151, 157, 175 

Hairston, Clifton 66, 68. 162 

Hairston, Kimberlie 142 

Hale, Lisa 93, 142 

Hall, Brendan 113, i62 



Hall. Clint 142 

Hall, Shiaya 162 

Hall. Tenrsha 162 

Hall, Tiffany 10I, 162 

Halstead, Warren 162 

Hambleton, Erica 151 

Hamelin, La'Wanda 29,90 

Hamett, Kirk 162 

Hammond, Michelle 81 , 142 

Hampton, Taqoyia 69, 101, 142 

Hance. Jeffrey 151 

Hancock, Gerrod 152 

Handford. David 142 

Handford, Jessica 142 

Haneline. Timothy 29, 104 

Hannikman, Cynthia 148. 152 

Hanson, Karen 174. 179 

Hanson. Kellyl7, 56. 57, 85, 87. 93. 99, 109, 111, 

159, 162 

Harasym, Margaret 79, 85, 87, 93, 1 1 1 , 1 23, 1 52 

Hardwick, Candy 142 

Hardwick. Censaora 29 

Hardy, Chnstopher 142 

Hardy, Dante' 29, 184, 189 

Harmon, Shaquita 152 

Harper, Samantha 142 

Harrell. Christopher 4. 11, 14, 53, 66, 67, 68. 162 

Harrell. Diandra 152 

Harrington, Kalea 142 

Harris. Adam 112 

Harris, Dominic 29 

Harns, Flint 52, 53, 162 

Harris, Larry 120 

Harris, Mandi 16 

Harns. Miranda 152 

Harris, Squlena 29 

Harris, Sue 129, 184 

Harns, Theondus 68 

Harris, Tierra 69, 152, 177 

Harris III. Morgan 162 

Harris Jr., Ronald 29 

Harrison, Jerrel 142 

Harrison, Michael 55,68, 142, 147 

Harrold, David ^. 72, 152, 171. 178 

Hart, Deloris „,. 152 

Haniey. Robert 142 

Hartman. Angela 152 

Hartmann. Jeffrey 32. 132 

Harton, Danny 82 

Hasberry, Columbus 142 

Hatfield. Sharon 29 

Hathaway. David 132 

Hausen, Sandy 13. 53, 54, 68, 103, 152 

Hayduke, Gayle 152 

Hayes. Jacqueline 29,48,49, 111, 184, 189 

Hayes. Jayson 142 

Haymore, Fabienne 132 

Haynes, Deaidre 162 

Haynes. Shawn 142 

Hazel. Adnenne 162 

Head III. Robert 53, 152, 173 

Headd, Gerald 172 

Heath, Andrew 76, 162 

Heath, Elizabeth 142 

Heaton. Amanda 85, 87, 142 

Heaton. Chnstian 142 

Heaton, Kit 72 

Heaton, Michaelynn 85, 87, 162 

Heffner, Chnstopher 29 

Helm, Veronica 61, 77, 142 

Hein, Timothy 29 

Heindell, Julie 142 

Heising, Daniel 15. 52, 53. 82, 98, 162 

Helcberger, Arek 29, 67, 68, 1 13 

Hemmert, Nicole 93. 152 

Henderson, Brian 53, 158, 162 

Henderson, Calan 142 

Henderson, Chad 29, 85, 87 

Henderson, Jennifer 69, 152 

Henderson, Kevin 93 

Henderson II, Joey 152 

Henderson III, Arthur 162 

Hendnckson, Jessica 180, 181 

Henry. Erica 69 

Heramb, Robert 32. 132. 178. 184 

Hernandez. Matthew 162, 113, 172 

Herod, Isaiah 162 

Herrod, Antonio 142 

Herzberg, Enn14, 29. 49. 102. 103. 111. 184, 189 

Hess, Lindsay 29, 48, 49 

Hetfield, James -. 152 

Heuer, Carolyn 32 

Hicks, Jaonza 29, 177, 184. 189 

Higginbothan, Daniel 162 

Higgins, Dionna 29 

Hill, Krystal 152 

Hill, Melvin 30. 66, 68. 176 

Hill, Nekima 30. 101, 108, 204 

Hill, Patnce 142 

Hill. Rene 30 

Hill, William 152 



Hill Jr.. Ronald 53, 152, 17( 

Hiscott, Matthew 30, 87, 104, 18J 

Hiscott, Sarah 84, 85, 87. 93, 123. I5; 

Hite. Adrlenne 3( 

Hmada, Imane 15J 

Hobson, Dywane 15J 

Hockey -jt 

Hodder, JoAnne 132, 20^ 

Hoffman, Jamie k 

Hoinski, Jon iso, 18" 

Holbert, Sonya 3( 

Hollingsworth, Dale 130, 13; 

Holloway, Keeana 69. 70. 71, 15; 

HoHoway, Matthew 14; 

Holloway. Michael 66. 68, 15; 

Holloway, William 15; 

Holmes, Jarrod 30, 53, 76. 10^ 

Holmes, John lo^ 

Holmes, Lemuel 15; 

Holt, Randtshia is; 

Holt, Shayla 30, 77, 101, 175 

Holtz. Edward 30_ 8£ 

Holtz. Stephanie 85, 87, 152. 17= 

Homecoming i^j 

Homovec, Richard 72,74, ill, 132 

Hongosh, Christopher 84, 85, 96, 101, 15; 

Hopkins. Nicholas 145 

Hopkins, Sierra 142 

Hor, Chaya 65 

Horton, Jermaine 14; 

Horton Jr., Danny 55,14; 

Hose Master Inc 20f 

Hottenroth, Dustie 113, 16: 

Howard, Aisha 3( 

Howard, Candace I6: 

Howard, Christopher 14; 

Howard, Leon 4c 

Howard, Russell 30. lit 

Howell, Lisa 13;, 

Howell, Terry 52.53, IGli 

Howse, Beverly 13;. 

Hoyle, Darold 15; 

Hrovat. Ashley 77, 14:i 

Hubbard, Martez 83, 15," 

Hudson, Michael 14; ■ 

Hudson. Robert I5:i 

Huffman, Jamie 161 

Huffman, Jennifer 69, 70. 71, 16, 

Hughes. Johnita 80, 14:| 

Hughes, Michael 82. 152, 17 

Hughes, Stephanie 30. 48,49, 91, 105. 184, 19 

Humar, April 3, 

Humphrey, Angela 15. 

Hunter, Angelita 161 

Hunter, Crisandra 77. 16 

Hunter. Danielle I61 

Hunter, Jason 3 

Hunter. Maria 15( 

Hunter, Nicholas 15 1 

Hurst, Rebecca 16 

Husklc. Haris 14 




4*2> ^ — - 



Bernadette L. Walker 

From Both of Us, Bernadette 
Together as parents, we feel ver\ 
fortunate having a daughter like 
you. and deep in our hearts we 
both love you so very much, and 
wish you the best everyday your 
life through. 

May God Bless You Always. 
Mom & Dad 



isnik, Jennifer 177 

islon, Monai 142 

ilcherson, Phil 55 

ilcherson, Phillip 142 

itcherson II, Jonathan 68, 163 

itchins, Diane 30, 117 

dentification badges had 
'Attitude' printed across 
B the picture 

elice, Kristin 163,174 

d, Scott 13 

tiano, Angela 15, 30, 48, 49, 72, 111, 184, 190 

ioor Track 76 

jue, Diane 132 

in, Candice 30, 49 

In, Geoffrey 163 

(in, Melissa 132 

(in. Tiffany 112 

lacs, Larry 132. 184 

i Academic 107 

incic. Jessica 60, 142 

jy, Mercedes 94, 163 

iuveniles change their 
attitudes as they mature 

ckson, Armand 30 

ckson, Charles 30 

ckson. Jerome 142 

[Ckson, Turquoise 30 

ilovec. Jodi 12, 31, 184, 190 

imes, Dorian 55, 142 

imes, Shalana 142 

iwhari, Janet 152 

izz Band 84 

ifterson, Jermaine 55, 76 

inkins, Melissa 31, 113 

!nkins, Rebeccah 13, 15, 31, 80, 81, 82, 98, 99, 
14, 190 

inkins, Teonna 163 

tnkins, Tuniesha 90, 152 

mkins, Warren 68, 152 

iric, Kerry 31, 48, 49 

irmaine. Commercial 176 

isic, Mario 31, 49 

)bs 120 

)chum, Nathan 162 

>hnson. Candace 142 

)hnson, Danielle 152 

jhnson, Desmond 82. 163 

)hnson, Ericka 31 

)hnson, Jessica 102, 152 

3hnson, Kathleen 132 




Kelly Walland 

You have conquered so much in the 

past 18 years. We are blessed in so 

many ways. You are so precious to us 

Continue life with a positive attitude 

and always remember "Shake it up 

Baby". 

Love, Mom. Dad & Tom 




Johnson, Kristen 142 

Johnson, Latasha 152 

Johnson, Nicole 48 

Johnson, Pauline 132 

Johnson, Randy 142 

Johnson. Ricardo 152 

Johnson, Weston 53, 152 

Johnson, William 142 

Johnston, Felecia 152 

Jolly, Reco 31, 169 

Jones. Althea 31. 49, 77. 94 

Jones. Ashley 101 

Jones. Christian 31. 184. 190 

Jones, Ebony 31 

Jones. Jerome 82 

Jones, Jerrod 58, 152 

Jones, Kristopher 152 

Jones, Marquita 163 

Jones, Nichole 152 

Jones, Paul 68, 153 

Jones. Rashaad 142 

Jones, Rashad 153 

Jones, Redon 48 

Jones, Shikira 31 , 48, 49 

Jones, Staci 142 

Jones, Stacy 31 

Jones, Stephanie 163 

Jones, Tino 176 

Jones, Tonesia 77,153 

Jones. Wellington 55. 142 

Jones Jr.. Redon 31,49 

Jordan. Chanell 31 

Jordan. Sharonda 31 

Jordan. Sylvester 84. 142 

Joyce, Ashley 79,93. 143 

Joyce, Shawn 31,49,79,85,87,93,96,174 

Jukiewicz Jr, James 143 

Juniors 158 

Jurcak, Jessica 77, 105. 143 

} I ey Club performed 
■ many service oriented ' 
activities 

Kallhof, Natalie 143 

Kamara. Tarlk 31, 104 

Kane, Amanda 31,72,85,87,100, 184. 190 

Kane. Brian 31 

Kane, Sean 31 

Kane, Spencer 184 

Kapeluch, Jennifer 87, 88, 90, 163 

Kapeluch, Pat 87 

Karpy, Theodore 34 

Karpy Jr.. Thomas 153 

Karstensen. Kasper 34, 48, 49, 58, 100 

Kascak, Holly 60, 163. 174 

Katona. Joyce 132 

Kehn. Dennis 132 

Keith. Jamal 163 

Keller. Margaret 34, 48 

Kelley, James 32, 132, 184 

Kelly, Gabrielle 34, 100, 184, 190 

Kelly, Luvenia 153 

Kelly, Megan 153 

Kelly. Nicholas 163 

Kendncks. Shareeka 153 

Kendzierski. David 76, 153 

Kennedy, Mark 153 

Kenner, Ashley 163 

Kenny Jr., Martin 34, 111 

Keresztes, Holly 143 

Ketchum, Kathryn 85,87, 109. 153 

Kharin, llya 4, 15,95, 107, 159. 163. 169 

Kilkenney. Casey 82. 153 

Kilkenney. David . 34. 46, 78, 84, 85, 86, 87, 184, 
190 

Kilroy, John Paul 34, 82, 104 

Kime. Jeffrey 143 

King. Chnstopher 143 

King. Davidl7. 72. 78. 91. 99. 105. 107. 109. 119. 
163. 172. 180. 181 

Kinkopf. Nicol 143 

Kinsella. Stacy 157. 163 

Kitchen. Brad 53. 74. 153. 178 

Kitchen. Lynette 153 

Kizer. Brandon 53. 153 

Klzer. Ebony 34,49, 113, 184. 190 

Kizer. Rayshaun 55. 76. 143 

Kizer. Ross 76. 153 

Klco. Aaron 34.47. 53. 113 

Klein. Ellen 1 13. 132 

Knaus. Stephanie 143 

Knauss. Kirsten17. 34. 49. 56. 57. 78. 79. 91. 177. 
184. 191 

Knauss. Marsha 132, 184 

Knight, Nyesha 48 

Knowles, Jacqueline 163 

Koenig, Ingrld 32, 105. 132 

Koeth. John 95. 153 

Kotenc. James 64, 65, 78, 153, 176 

Kolenc, Nicole.. 34.47.48,49,98, 111, 184, 191 




Varsity Chorale sang the National Anthem and The Alma Mater before all the 
the home football games. 



Koller. Jennifer 34,47,48,49,91,94, 103 

Koller, Lisa 91,98, 153, 158 

Kontra, Nadine 21, 34, 48 

Kope, Jennifer 153 

Koran. Kathryn 61 . 143 

Koratich. Brandy 153 

Kosovlch. Jennifer 93 

KOTB 117 

Kouns. Andrea 85, 87, 143 

Kovatich, Brandy 16 

Kozlowski, Jacqueline 79,153 

Krakora. Andrew 82, 153 

Kramer, Christopher 143 

Krause, Samantha 163 

Krelscher, Julie 143 

Kristo, Darijo 153 

Krivacic, Janette 153 

Krizan, Ante 153 

Krofcheck. Stephanie 81, 143 

Krovontka, Michael 153 

Krupljanin, Alen 163 

KaJtsch. Matt 178 

Krutsch, Michael 74. 153 

Kubala, Wendy 53 

Kufrin, Christopher 143 

Kuhen, Darlene 143 

Kuhen. Laurel 34,90 

Kuklica. Jenna 181 

Kulbis. Kristen 85,87, 143 

Kumel, Allyson 11,34,60. 110. 191 

Kunc. David 153 

Kunchik. William 72, 153 

Kunes. Andrea 123 

Kunsman. Elizabeth 79,85,87, 143 

Kushan, Bradley 163, 178 

Kushan. Richard 82. 153, 178 

Kyker. Rebecca 153 

Kyle. Rashawn 163 



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evy passed after five 
failures 



La Bounty. Adam 143 

La Bounty, Brian 58, 59, 99, 108, 163 

La Bounty. Carly 34. 110 

La Shore. Syeta 163 

Ladovich. Laurie 143 

Laimede. Markus 163 

Lake. Toniania 143 

Lampkins. Pans 153 

Lancaster, Denise 143 

Lanctot. Haines 163 

Landers. Nichelle 143 

Langdon. Ken 132 

Langdon. Paula 132 

Langford. Crystal 34,48, 108 

Langford, Lisa 32, 132 

Langham, Daniel 143 

Langsdale, Dyana 34,87, 89 

Lapczenski, Leah 153 

Larch. Adrian 55, 143 

Lardomita. Jack 53 

Lassiter. Dontell 163 

Lassiter. Robert 53. 163 

Latimor. Grayson 117 

Latimore Jr . Grayson 90, 143 

Latsch. Thomas 72. 143 

Lattemer. Matthew 153 

Launch. Matthew 8. 9. 34. 45. 49. 52, 53. 54, 102, 
176 



Law Enforcement 112 

Layman, Charice 143 

Laznik, Kevin 104, 163, 172 

Leatherman, Erin 85, 87, 143 

Leben, Aaron 82, 143 

Lee. Garry 143 

Lee. Jennifer 80, 81, 90, 101, 143 

Lee, Jesse 68, 143 

Lee, Tameika 143 

Lee,Tanesha 94, 163 

Lemon, Brandon 153 

Lenin, Adam 68,143 

Lennon, Sean .... 72. 78, 84, 85, 86, 87, 112, 163 

Leppelmeier, Eric 163. 172 

Lesko, Brandy 34,90, 184, 191 

Lewan, Rachel 85, 153 

Lewand, Rachel 79, 87, 163 

Lewis, Don 172 

Lewis, Niesia 35, 108 

Lewis, Steven 143 

Lewis, Sumillya 108, 143 

Linton, Brandon 4, 35. 50. 52. 53. 110, 176 

Llpiec, Sarah 4, 85, 86, 87. 96. 98. 159. 163. 201 

Little, Valentene 35, 48, 203 

Lock, Douglas 153 

Lockers 122 

Locust. Jessica 17, 35, 91 

Locust, Jonathan 101,143 

Loddy, B- J 176 

Logan II, Reginald 153 

Lombardo, Anthony 163 

London, Sabrina 153 

Long, Corneal 153 

Long, Kurt 72, 115, 143 

Longo, Melissa 35, 56 

Longshaw, Candace 35, 91 

Longstreth, Kari 90, 143 

Look, Sarah 35 

Losteiner, Michael 153 

Lowe, Douglas 143 

Lucas, Marge 133 

Lucas, Mari< .. 7. 21. 35. 45. 49. 52. 53, 172, 184, 
191 

Lucas, Robert 104, 163 

Lucas, Suzanne 174, 179 

Ludvik. Donny 35, 1 1 1 

Luster. Justin 55, 90, 143 

Lynch, Katie 35 

Lynch III, Orrel 164 

~ I arching Band was a way 
Lm for many students to be 
involved in school 
activities 

Mack, Ann 133 

Mack, Cariisha 143 

Macleod, Lindsay 143 

Madden, Athena 177 

Madison, Tiffany 164 

Mahone. Danielle 84, 85, 87, 93, 153 

Major, Dana 35,49,94. 111, 184. 191 

Majer, Robert 153, 172 

Majorettes 89 

Malcolm. Warren 85. 143 

Malenda. Dedra 153 

Malenda. Derik .... 35, 48, 49, 109, 114, 115. 204 
Malik. Shruti 9. 56. 57. 94. 99, 107, 164, 168 



Index 






Melissa Mc Peek and Katie Sanicky helped out with the Student Council 
Penny War. 



Malnar. Nicholas 35, 104. 198 

Malone. Albert 164 

Mance. Brandon 153 

Mance. Deanna 35, 113 

Mance, Michael 164 

Manlredonia, Michael 96,97. 119, 143 

Mann, Nicole 69, 143 

Marching Band 86 

Marcu, Steve 32,133,184 

Marcum. Jesse 112 

Marek, Rebecca 7, 35, 47, 49, 87, 88, 90, 98, 99 

Marek, Ryan 164 

Marketing Education 1 10 

Markovic, Josipa 164 

Marn Jr, Ernest 164 

Maroli, Diane 32, 114, 133. 184 

Marsh, Kathleen 133. 184 

Marshall. Nicole 164 

Martin. Cynthia 35. 48, 49 

Martin, Michael Ill 

Martin, Patrice 164 

Martinenas, Lisa 102. 153 

Martinez Jr., Julio 35 

Martinovic, Marina 143 

Marunowski. Phillip 72, 143 

Marvin. Sarah 79. 143 

Mascia. Sarah 35,49, 174, 184, 191 

Mash, Joseph 35,48. 184. 191 

Mason. Orlando 176 

Masseria, Barbra 32, 133 

Massy. Ken 112 

Mastalski. Lindsey 4.9.21,35,49,60. 115, 174, 
184, 191 

Masters, Choral 90 

Matlock, Myron 64, 93, 153 

Matthev^s, Jason 36,48, 110 

Matthews. Terrence ... 53, 77, 110, 164, 176, 200 

Mattson, Derek 72,74, 153 

Matuszewski, Mark 164 

Maurer, Michael 91, 164 

May Jr, Daniel 91, 96, 97, 143 

Mayer, Joseph 184 

Mburu, Samuel 154 

Mc Arthur, David 164 

McCaHety, Portia 143 

Mc Candless, Patrick 112 

Mc Clain, Erron 36,112 

Mc Cloud, Enca 143 

Mc Collum, Andrea 85, 87, 93, 154 

Mc Collum, Shannon 87, 88, 90 

Mc Connell. Tara 72, 100, 154. 157, 175 

Mc Coy, Theodore 84, 87, 143 

Mc Cullough, Jacob 58, 154 

Mc Cullough, Jason 15, 36 

Mc Donnell, Kathleen 133 

Mc Dougal, Krystal 164 

Mc Dowell, Tanish 87, 88, 164, 169 

Mc Gee, Bonnie 36, 48, 49, 1 1 1 , 1 84, 1 92 

Mc Gill, Adria 68, 72, 79, 103, 120, 154, 157 

Mc Gill, Karen 32, 133 

Mc Gill, Nicholas ., 91, 122, 164, 181 

Mc Gill, Ryan 15 

Mc Govern, Brad 133 

Mc Graw, Patricia 164 

Mc Griff, La Shaun 87, 88 

Mc Intire, Sean 164 

Mc Kay, Gail 79, 85, 87, 164, 168 

Mc Kinney, Brandon 48 




Mc Laughlin, Sean 182 

Mc Leod, Sarah 154 

Mc Masters. Amanda 154 

Mc Masters, Marie 36, 48, 49. 90 

Mc Millian, Marques 84. 87. 93 

Mc Namara, Victoria 36 

Mc Peek, Melissa 36. 48, 49, 184, 192. 200 

Mc Peek, Shannon 110, 164. 180 

Mc Pherson, Segundina 101, 154 

Mc Queen, Robert 143 

Mc Redmond, Cory 60,61,94, 115, 144 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 133, 184 

Mc Williams, Cory 36 

McCollum, Shannon 164 

Mcfall, Stephen 154 

Mckoak, Pat 154 

Mcneal, Sylvia 164 

Meadovws. Colleen 164 

Meany, flandi 36 

Media Aides 118 

Mediators 101 

Medves. Lori 36. 48, 49, 111 

Meek. Angela 90, 144 

Meier, Alissa 164 

Mellen. Edie 32, 113, 133 

Mellon Jr, Gregory 55, 154 

Memories Divider 170 

Mercadante, Joseph 164, 172 

Merritt, Dawn 177 

Men/ar, Anthony 154 

Metti, Christine17, 56, 99, 109, 122, 159, 164, 174 

Meyer, Alissa 174 

Miceli, Mary Jane 133 

Middleton, Michael 164 

Miglionico, Joseph 154 

Migiionico, Megan 144 

Miheli, April 144 

Miheli, Lauren 36, 96, 97 

Miklavcic, Kevin 64, 78. 84, 85. 87, 93, 144 

Miklavcic, Michael 170, 176, 183 

Mikolajski, Amanda 144 

Mikolajski, Joshua 164 

Miles, Quitashia 164 

Miller. Anisha 164 

Miller, Carley 123, 144 

Miller, Elizabeth 90, 94, 123, 144 

Miller, Jarod 91, 154, 173 

Miller, Molly 85, 86. 87, 133 

Mills, Ebony 36,49, 113, 184, 192 

Mills, Laurie 36 

Mills. Violet 144 

Milolajski, Josh 104 

Mimes, Brandon 68, 144 

Mims Jr., Kenneth 68, 144 

Minor, Ava 154 

Misra. Flor 133 

Mita, Barry 9 

Mitchell, David 36 

Mitchell, Jaymar 144 

Mitchell, Rapheal 164 

Mitchell, Shanetra 144 

Mitchell, Stephanie 16 

Mitchell, Tierra 68,81.85, 102, 154, 177 

Mitchell, Vanetra 144 

Miyagi. Nozomi 47. 60, 167 

Mlac, Kathrine 60, 159, 164 

Mlachak, Matthew 144 

Modelski. Kenneth 164 

Modelski, Steve , 176 

Mohorcic. Robert 164 

Monroe III, Van 14, 16, 17, 20, 36. 44, 52, 53, 54 
Montague, Elizabeth 13, 36, 53, 54. 91. 100. 101. 



Germaine Smith and Terrence Matthews helped out by selling tickets to the 
basketball games during the lunce periods. 



177 

Moon. Jason 36 

Moon, Le'Savior 154 

Moore. Ashley 144 

Moore, Christina 154 

Moore. Christopher 36. 48. 76, 98, 99, 102 

Moore. Dessiray 87. 88. 90. 159. 164 

Moore, Tameisha ..,.; 177 

Moorer. Chineika 164 

Morris, Abygail 36, 49, 68, 79 

Morris, Frank 144 

Morris, Jessica 84, 83, 87, 90, 96, 97, 154 

Morris, Katie 32, 111, 133, 184 

Morris, Kenya 144 

Mon-is. Shirii 77. 164 

Mosby. Ruben 164 

Moses, Johnny 36, 66, 67, 68 

Moster, Mark 84, 85, 86, 87, 93, 164 

Mowery, Sandrag, 32, 37, 47, 48, 49, 72, 98, 101, 
174, 184, 192, 204 

Mowery Jr.. Michael 154 

Mudrauskas, Amber 37 

Mueller, Chnstine 37 

Mueller, Tonya 37, 48 

Muhvic, Janelle ... 14, 19,21, 37,48, 54, 56, 100, 
101, 184, 192 

Muhvic, Jennifer ... 13, 14, 19, 37, 48, 49. 53, 54. 
100, 184. 192 

Muhvic, Nicholas 53, 154 

Mulbah. Sallimatu 69, 101. 164 

Mulraney, Nicole 37. 48 

Murdock, Quentin .... 37, 47, 52, 53, 54, 184, 193 

Murry, Kiara 37, 102 

Murry, Tiara 37 

Mytro, Matthew 74, 101, 164, 172 



^ 



ew Unit Principals began 
their work at Euclid 



Nagle. Bradley 72. 74, 75. 101 . 144 

Nagle. Joshua 74.75, 164 

Nagode, Lauren 154 

Nagode, Lindsey 37, 110 

Nally. Vicky 133, 139 

Napolo, Wai Ill 

National Honor Society 114 

Needom, Bernard 164 

Needom, Christopher 154 

Negolfka III, Frank 8, 52. 53. 154 

Nell, Shuki 100 

Nelson, Daryl 76, 164 

Nelson, Jeremy 144 

Nelson, Joshua 154 

Nelson, Tyra 90, 144 

Nemanic, Cole 144 

Newell, Angela 61, 69, 144 

Niebes. Carole 133 

Nielsen, Margaret 133. 184 

Nielsen. Paul 133 

Niemann. Melissa 37 

Niemann. Sara 144 

NJROTC 95 

Nolan. Chet 53 

Nortleet, Shannon 37 

Norton, Magnolia 144 

Norton, Mary 37 

Nosan, Jonathan 58.59, 144 

Nosse, Larry 76 



Novak. Barbara 133 

Novinc, Brandon 115. 154 

Novinc, Megan 174 

Nyers, Rebecca 56, 144 



^ 



pportunities are more 
numerous if you have a 
better education 



OToole, Erin 79 

OToole, Sean 48, 68, 133| 

O Brien, Sean 37, 821 

O Hara, Aileen 144' 

O Neill Jr.. Michael 167 

Oatman. Rhonda 144i 

Oddo. Vincent 15'- 

Office Aides lOJ! 

Ojo, Olushola 15^: 

Ojo, Oluwakemi 37, 94, 98. 99. 108. 20' 

Okom. Carta 60. 158. 159. 164, 17' 

Oliver. Demetrius 13C- 

Oliver, Jasmine 154, 17^-: 

OIlie, Dawn 13:1' 

Oprian. Fondakathleen 81. 85. 87, 93. 102. 109^ 
154 5 

Orchestra 9: ! 

Orr, Artria 1&^ 

Orr, Ashley 14- 

Oslund, Joseph 85, 87, 15 I 




Michelle Wilson 

Dear Michelle. 

You are a very wonderful daugter and 
a blessing in our lives. We're so 
proud of your achievements in school 
and have enjoyed your participation 
In the Flag Corps and Swim Team 
these past four years. We shall miss 
you lots when you go to cbllege. 
Love. Mom & Dad 



1 




Bobby Ashdown, Sarah Lipiec, Mary 1 

at the Student Council dance in January, 

Dsterman, Sarah .. 11. 65. 77, 79. 108. 159, 164. 
177 

3strander, Brian 144 

Dstrander, Edward . 15, 37, 58, 74, 75, 113, 120, 
184, 192 

3tt. David 172 

3tt. Vicki #•— - /■■■•• 154.175 

Mnger. IVIanny "8; ,.. 178 

Dulvo. Lucille 79 

~~' ( ay-to-play was started 
H^' for all sports and 
P activities 



'ace, Derrell 37 

'acheco, Cristina 68, 81, 85. 87. 103, 154 

'adgette, Jermaine 37. 53, 76, 104, 176 

'aige. James 55, 144 

'aige. Jamie 69. 85. 87, 93, 165. 177 

'aiko, George 72, 76. 85, 87. 144 

'annell. Lee Roy 37. 48. 49 

'anneli, Shauon .... 38. 48, 49. 94, 184, 192. 204 

'annell, Tiffany 38. 48 

'aoloni. Daniel 38. 74 

'aoloni, Patricia 154 

'aratore, Frank 165 

'aratore. Gregory 154 




Barnett Woodruff 

Barney, 

On your mark... 

Get set... 

Go! 

Love, Mom & Dad 



racy and Nate Dore had a good time 



Parham, Eric 144 

Parise. Lynn 133, 184 

Parker. Anthony 165 

Parker. Katrina 38 

Pasquale, Katherine 133 

Passalacqua. Nicole 60. 154 

Patel. Dinalben 38, 49, 101 

Paternite. Steven 86, 87, 158, 165 

Patrons. Picture 184 

Patterson. Aqueelah 38 

Patterson, La'Erica 38.48 

Patterson. Lindsay 154 

Paul. Cheyanne 144 

Pavicic. Kristin 87,88,144 

Pavicic, Mary Patricia 60, 159. 165 

Payerchin. David 38.72.74 

Payne, Cathy 133 

Payne, Corey 113 

Peacock, Sabrina ...! 101.154 

Pearson, Drew ; 55, 76. 144 

Pearson, Pepe 54 

Pelton. IVIary 133, 184 

Penko. Allisons, 1 3. 21 . 38. 48, 49, 80, 81 . 82. 98, 
99. 100, 106, 114. 121, 184, 192, 204 

Penko, Leslie 94, 100, 101. 144 

Penn, Sonya 165 

Penny, Angela 165 

Perez, Jo-Rita 32, 133. 138, 184 

Peric. Ann 79. 110, 165 

Perko. Stephen 76, 154 

Perryman, Andrew 68 

Peterson, Chnstina 32. 96. 134 

Peterson, Tina 96 

Petitto, Nicole 154 

Petrick, Deborah 134 

Petrie, fvlarcy 90 

Petrochic. Sara 109. 154 

Petrovic. Robert 109. 134. 184 

Petty. Antonio 38, 48. 49 

Pfahl, Sara 20.38,60.61. 100, 184. 193 

Phillips, Jennifer 101, 144 

Phillips, Marcus •^^**»*Rfi5; 154 

Phillips Jr, Gregory 165 

Phillips Jr., Ernest,;:.. 38. 184, 192 

Pica, Heather 38 

Pichno, Allan 165 

Picture Patrons 184 

Pierce, Elisabeth 110, 165 

Pignatiello, Roy 53, 134. 184 

Pikovnik, Ambrosia 38 

Pikovnik, Joshua 165 

Pinkston, Charmaine 38. 77 

Pinkston, Krystle 154 

Pittard. Christine 85, 87. 93, 159, 165 

Piunno, Joseph 154 

Pla. Sally , 134. 184 

Platko. Lisa 32. 134 

Plavcan, Gabrielle 38 

Plavcan, Nathanial 154 

Play, Fall 96 

Plesmid, Joseph 38 

Fletcher. Penny 134 

Plicka. Carl 165 

Plovock III. Joseph 91. 119. 165 

Plumb. Cheryl 144 

Podmore. Douglas 38 

Poetry Club 105 

Polke. Jacqueline . 38. 49 

Pollard II. Nkrumah 38 

Polzner. Daniel 154 

Polzner, Joseph 39 

Polzner. Kimberly 69. 144 



The Vocational Departmant held a tair on the auditorium stage showcasing the 
different vocational programs available at The Euclid High School. 



Pompey, Deanthony 165 

Potocnik, David 39 

Potocnik, Rachel 155 

Potulski, Tara 85. 87. 144 

Poulos. Michael 85. 155 

Powaski, Ron 32 

Powell. Ashley 39, 64 

Powell, James 84. 85. 86. 158. 165. 169 

Praskavich, Anthony 39 

Prater. Makeda 155 

Pratt. Lucy 32.56. 107. 134. 184 

Prem. Har 39 

President, Marketa 32.48,134 

Preston, Dionte 165 

Preston. Gina 39 

Price. Brand! 39 

Price, Makeshia 165 

Pritchett, Nicole 101. 155, 177 

Proctor, Caitlin 96, 144 

Prom 182 

Provateare. Joshua 104. 165 

Provateare. Nicole 155 

Ptak. Ryan 72. 165 

Pulley. Fallon 94. 165 

Purvis, Alana .. 13, 16. 17,54,80,81.90,93.98, 

155, 175 

Putevar. Seleme 69 



ll 



eport cards could be 
picked up at Parent- 
Teacher conferences 



Radosevich, Michelle 110. 158, 165 

Raguz, Anna 110.165.169 

Raguz, Tomislav 39 

Raia, Nicole 39. 60. 110. 184. 194 

Rainey, Marsha 85, 87, 165 

Rais, Salchin 168 

Ramdham. Moonilal 101 

Ramdhan, Glen 84. 85. 86. 87, 93. 165 

Ramdhan. Kevin 85, 87, 144 

Ramdhan, Moonilal 95, 101, 155, 176 

Ramlow, Barbara 32. 58. 100. 134. 184 

Ramlow. Bob 184 

Ramos Jr. Anthony 155 

Ramsey. Tiffany 155 

Ranallo, Ashley 61. 144 

Randall. Aaron 155 

Randall, Lavelle 165 

Ratka. Frances 134 

Rattiliff. Ondreia 155 

Rauscher. Christine 165 

Ray. Carrie 87. 144 

Ray. Matthew 144 

Ray. Michael 39, 85, 87 

Raymond, Jamie 39, 110 

Raypal. Elise 79 

Razzauti. Marco 178 

Reagan, Suzanne 165 

Reese, Lysander 176 

Reid. Andrew 85. 87. 144 

Reid. Tristen 39 

Reidel. Gary 53 

Rembert, Carlos 155 

Rembert, Syreeta 39, 93 

Rembert, Willie 68, 144 

Renbarger, Renee 81, 155. 157 

Repko. Patricia 134 



Resnik. Bridget39, 49. 78. 79. 108. 114, 120. 
177.204 

Rezzolla, Michael 32. 53, 

Ricci, Anthony 

Rice, Carmen 85, 101, 

Rice, Courtney 

Rice, Domonique 87,88, 103, 

Rice, Ebony 

Rice, Robert 

Richards, Jacquelyn 3, 15, 159. 

Richards, Marcy 

Richardson, Allen 

Richardson, Brandon 

Richardson, Chnstopher 

Richardson, Laniece 76, 

Richardson. Ryan 

Richard!, Joseph 

Richeson. Marques 91. 98. 109. 165. 

Riedel, Gary 76. 

Riley. Shawna 155. 

Rinella, Jennifer 39, 48, 49. 72, 184. 

Rinella, Joseph 15. 64. 78, 155. 

Riselil, Humberto 

Roberts, Aziza 39. 48, 49, 111, 184, 

Roberts, James 

Robinson, Jordan 39. 48. 49. 184. 

Robinson, Katie 

Robinson, Matthew 74,75, 

Robinson, Michael 

Rodgers, Kathleen 134. 139. 

Rodgers, Laklesha 

Rodgers, Trenee 

Rodick. Frank 155. 

Rodin. Mary Ann 

Rodriguez, Joseph 32, 64, 78, 

Roethel, Elisa 

Rogers, Cheyenne 

Rogers, Ramon 39, 48, 49, 76, 90, 101, 

Rogowski, Nicholas 

Rohl. Richard 58, 59. 87, 99, 107, 

Rohl, Steven 85, 87, 

Rosati. Felicia 

Ross, Laura . 10, 17. 39, 48, 49. 56, 99, 109, 

Rozell, Christopher 76, 

Rozman, Anthony 134, 

Rozman, Tony 

Rucker. James 

Rudder. Deborah 127. 

Rudiak, Mark 

Rufo, Heather 72, 

Rusbasan, Jeremy 

Rusbasan, Victoria 90. 

Ruscin. Kelly 72. 100. 

Rusnak. Justin 

Russ. Kamberlyn 

Russell. Corey 55, 68, 101, 

Russell. Jill 

Russo, Elizabeth 

Russo. Joyce 32. 

Russo. William 

Ryan, Eric 40. 72, 78, 184, 

Rys, Steven 82,85, 



121, 

134 
155 
148 
165 
144 
144 
155 
165 
182 
144 
172 
165 
155 
155 
144 
180 
165 
157 
193 
173 
72 
194 
155 
194 
128 
165 
144 
184 
144 
155 
173 
134 
176 
144 
. 77 
176 
155 
165 
145 
. 72 
159 
145 
184 
104 
165 
134 
155 
145 
165 
145 
165 
112 
145 
145 
. 79 
134 
134 
. 39 
194 
■.87 







Index 





Students enjoying themselves at the Student Council dance. 




A.V.E. tried to promote 
awareness of recycling 



Sabb, Terell 145 

Sabo, Stephen 93, 94, 165 

Saoko, Timothy 41,74.75, 110, 184, 194 

Sainis, Lou 155 

Salisbury, Karen 174 

Salisbury, Matthew .... 13, 72, 109, 148, 155, 173 

Salupo, Boss 85, 87, 145 

Saivatore, James 40, 104 

Sams, Andrea , 155 

Sams, Niki 174 

Samsa, Jason 87 

Samsa, Nicole ... 13, 18, 40, 48. 80, 82, 184, 194 

Sanders, Dreamer 165 

Sanelli, Leanne 40,49, 111, 184, 194 

Sanford, Re'Shaun 165 

Sanicky, Kathryn 3,40,48,49,94, 105,200 

Santiago, Latasha 40, 48, 49 

Santilli, Sam 55, 69, 70, 134 

Santonella, Maria 155 

Santucci, Christie 165 

Sarns-Gaunt. Brigid 84, 85, 87, 95, 103, 155 

Sarpolis. Ryan 40, 109, 184, 195 

Satava, Sheila 155 

Sattler, Gregory 4, 58, 82. 83. 134. 165, 176 

SAVE 117 

Sayavongsa. Oska 15, 19, 40, 72, 98, 176 

Sayles, Robert 165 

Scales, Leati 155 

Scalese, Eric 40. 98, 99. 1 15 

Scalese, Matthew 155 

Scaparotti, Erica 40, 48, 110 

Scaparottr, Samuel 53, 155 

Scharl, Rhonda 32, 60, 61, 134, 174, 184 

Scheider, Jesse ... 10, 15, 18, 40, 49, 64, 78, 176 

Scheider, Krysti 65, 77. 79, 155, 175 

Scheurman, Elizabeth 80, 81 , 82. 1 06, 1 09, 1 1 1 , 
118, 119, 122, 165 

Schneeberg, Sabrina 40, 48 

Schoen, Michael 165, 172 

Schossler=, Cheryl 134 

Schroeder, Frederick 134, 138 

Schuenemann, Michael 155 

Schullz, Amy , 40 

Schuiz, Dona 134 

Schutte, Kristen 155. 157 

Schwarz, Ryan 145 

Schweikert. Sarah 110. 165 

Schwenke. Peter 76. 77. 134. 177 

Scolese. Kyle 166 

Scott. Deontau 155 

Scott. Hassan 40 

Scott. Jennifer 80.81.87.89.94. 145 

Scott. Jessica 177 

Scott. Matthew 166 

Sedmak. Mark 40 

Sedmier, Kal 69 

Segulin. Mickey 134 

Seilried, Daniel 179, 180. 181 

Seilried. Michael 40. 172 

Selvaggio. Mark 74. 93 




Selvaggio. Nicholas 112, 134 

Senior Awards 179 

Senior Divider 18 

Seniors 20 

Sergo, Julia 40, 48. 49 

Senniatka. John 166 

Seth. Jeray 68 

Severino. Janet 32. 134 

Seymour. Ron 13. 118. 129. 184 

Seymour. Ronald 118. 128. 130. 183 

Shaddock. Allison 79, 145, 147 

Sharp, Brandy 155 

Sharp, Cameron 84, 85, 87, 145 

Shaw, Brenetta 145 

Shaw, James 40, 184, 196 

Shaw, Krista 40,90 

Shaw, Tonika 155 

Shea, Jennifer 94, 145 

Shea, Kevin 4, 166 

Shea. Melissa 7. 40. 48, 49, 77, 98, 106, 122 

Sheck, Michael 53, 136 

Sheehan, Timothy 85, 99, 119. 123, 166 

Sheldon, Daniel 112 

Shepherd, Cassandra 101, 145 

Shendan, Elaine 135, 184 

Sheridan, Paula 135, 184 

Shimooka, Tara 72, 145 

Shipp, Danielle 94 

Shipp, Valerie 69, 155 

Short, Jessica 90, 155 

Show, Big 180 

Shy, Luke 72, 93, 155, 176 

Shy, Mario 41 , 49, 82, 85, 87, 93, 172 

Sibabwa, Kelly 166 

Sidak, Kristi 155 

Silvaggio, Mark 75, 85, 87, 145 

Simenc, Matthew 15,41, 98,99, 110, 172 

Simmons, Craig 145 

Simmons III, David 166 

Simon, Lisa 60, 61, 110, 135 

Simpson, James 32, 135, 139 

Simpson, Nathaniel 68, 145 

Sivik, Catherine 80, 90, 96. 97, 155 

Ski Club 115 

Skok, Elizabeth... 13. 14, 18,41.80.81.82. 100, 

110, 120, 121, 184, 195 

Skovira. Kristal 128 

Skrabec, Joe 168 

Skuly, Gina 145 

Slabe, Rebecca 11, 159, 166 

Stavec, Ryan 145 

Slepsky, Daniel 176 

Slesky, Terrence 177 

Slogar, Mike 41, 48, 49 

Siugich, Vedrana 41, 145 

Smalley, Nikeya 41 

Smerke. John 166 

Smith. Aaron 41 

Smith. Abra 166 

Smith. Diondra 13. 54. 69. 155. 177 

Smith. Germaine 14. 53, 166. 176. 200 

Smith. Gregory 53. 76. 176 

Smith. Jason 68. 166 

Smith, Jernelle 145 

Smith, Jonathon 145 

Smith, Kendra 81, 87, 89, 101, 123, 166, 174 

Smith, Latosha 155 

Smith. Lauren 41, 184, 195 

Smith, Norrissia 145 

Smith, Quentin 155 



Smith, Robert 54, 135 

Smith, Shon 135, 147 

Smith, Stephanie 41 

Smith, Tameka 101 

Smith, Toni 166 

Smith II, Gregory 155 

Smylie, Kristen 166 

Smythe, Samuel 101 

Soccer 72 

Socquet, Julie 41 

Softball 174 

Soini, Mark 166 

Soini, Tom 172, 179 

Solema, Michael 119, 165. 168 

Soltesz. Frank 135. 176. 184 

Sophomores 148 

Sorriento, Paloa 49 

Sorriento. Paola 41 

Sorriento. Stefania 145 

Spanulo, Joseph 156 

Sparrow, Tara 85, 87, 166 

Sparrow, Todd 67. 68, 166 

Speer, Mark 145 

Speer, Mathew 72, 85, 87, 166, 176 

Spence, Lester 53, 156 

Spence, Tai 69 

Spencer, Antonio 41 

Spencer. Claudia 128, 129 

Spencer. Latisha 166 

Spencer. Latoya 145 

Spencer III, Eddie 167 

Spiga, Barbara 32, 105, 135 

Spikes, Alexandria 156 

Spikes, Christopher 145 

Spivey, Nolan 78, 145 

Spivey, Samantha 15. 159. 166 

Sports Divider 50 

Sprouse, Bethany 145 

Squires. John 13 

Stadler. Veronica 135 

Stahre. Erika 60, 61, 94, 103, 156, 157, 175 

Stahre, Gregory 72, 82, 145 

Stanic, Abby 170,179 

Stanic, Brett 74,91, 119, 166 

Stanic, Kurt 128, 170 

Stansberry, Kristen 41, 111 

Stansberry, Sharon 93 

Stansbery, Shawn 84, 85, 87, 90, 145 

Stavange, Jessica 156 

Steck, Elizabeth 94, 135 

Steele, Donte 41 

Steele's Garage 205 

Stefanac, Megan . 12, 65, 77, 159, 166, 169, 177 

Stenger, Erik 41, 104 

Stenroos, Jessica 60, 156 

Sterba, George 166 

Stewart, Bart 104 

Stewart, Dontay 76, 145 

Stewart, Kenneth 41 

Stewart. Philip 68. 145 

Stewart. Shondra 41 

Stewart. Terrence 76 

Stewart. Terry 55 

Stewart. Trayce 65, 69, 71, 77, 156, 177 

Stewart Jr., Bart 166 

Stewart Jr., Terry 145 

Stih. Matt 112 

Stobierski, Julia . 1 1 , 41 , 48, 49, 60, 61 , 1 02, 1 74 

Stokes, Shawn 41 

Stone, Samantha 156 

Stoudemire, Hannah 109, 145 

Stoudemire, Jaja 166 

Stoudemire, Kai 156 

Stover, Michael 145 

Strang, Kevin 113 

Strell, Dennis 53. 54. 166. 178 

Strell. Jamie 56. 145 

Strode. Deidra 42 

Strodtbeck. Owen 42. 85, 87, 172, 184, 195 

Stmkel, Megan 156 

Stuber, David 166 

Stucki, Dan 135, 138 

Student Council 94 

Student Council Ad 206 

Student Life Divider 6 

Suber, Lanai 145 

Suchy. Michael 20, 42, 58, 1 10 

Suchy Jr., Richard 53, 156 

Sugar, Christine 156 

Survey 109 

Suslin. Mike 32 

Sutton. Nicole 156 

Svoboda. Kimberie 145 

Svoboda. Stephanie 85.87. 145 

Swansegar. Kim 72. 159. 166 

Swift. Samuel 166 

Swift. Sean 42. 113 

Swimming 78 

Swope. Pete 56 

Sylvia. Alexandria 112 



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f^ ime passes quickly when' 
you are having fun I 



Tahir. Maria 145 

Tahir, Saadia 166 ' 

Tahir, Waqas-Muh 145 ' 

Takacs, Brenda 145 ' 

Taksar, Dennis 42 * 

Tamburto, Stacey 166 ' 

Tamburro, Stephanie 42, 48, 49, 113 ' 

Tate, Erica 156 

Tavakoli, Omid 42, 72, 78, 110, 176 ' 

Taylor, April 166 ' 

Taylor, Clara 77, 145 

Taylor, Courtney 68. 156 ' 

Taylor. Curtis 166 ' 

Taylor. Jeremy 112 ' 

Taylor, Lawrence 145 ' 

Taylor, Stephanie 156 ' 

Taylor III, Fred 42 ' 

Teal, Cindy 130 ' 

Team. Drill 116 ■ 

Tedla. Semere 42. 72 ■ 

Tenkku. Apnl 156 ' 

Tennet 111. Fayet 104 ' 

Tennis. Boy's 178 ■ 

Tennis. Giri's 56 ' 

Terrence. Ayo Femi 42 " 

Terrence. Nicole 42 ' 

Terry, Tonya 156 " 

Tetter, Terry 156 ' 

Tevaioe, Nicole 17 ! 

Theme 2 ' 

Thiel. Cynthia 90. 91 

Thomas. Adrianne ■■^^mm-—- ^^ 

Thomas. Ashley .SSBfe.. 145 j 

Thomas. Demarco ._. .aBBg:.. 145 I 

Thomas. Frederick 145 | 

Thomas. Gregory 55,68,76,145 

Thomas, Lakeith 42 

Thomas, Lee 166 

Thomas, Michelle 90, 145 

Thomas, Stephanie 94, 156 ' 

Thompson, Adam 145 ' 

Thompson, Julie 174 

Thompson, Kimberiy 85, 87, 156 ' 

Thompson, Robin 55, 145 

Thompson, Ronald 104, 166 j 

Tiedman, Ryan 112 

Timmons, Jason 42 • 

Tings, Christina 42, 79, 94, 100 

Tinker, Amber 42,48,49, 111 

Tisi. Mary 3.9, 13. 15, 18.42.45.48,49,51,72, 
79.80,81.82.99. 108. 177. 184. 195.204 
Tizzano. Diane 32, 84, 85, 86, 87, 116, 126, 135, 
184 ; 

Tkac, Carol 32' 

Tocarchick, Diana 42, 113 

Todd, Ebony 42 




Courtney Valentine 

Courtney. 

You are such a beautiful, young lady. 
The ball is in your court. At an early 
age you were good at counting 
money, now you tell us you are going 
to college to be an accountant. 
Much love from Mom, Dad and 
Michael 



rokic Jr., Joseph 47, 53, 83, 156 

roloe, Josephine 156 

roloe. Lischen 166 

romlinson, Simone 72, 87, 88, 166 

rompkins, Grace 61, 99. 145 

rompkins, Matthew 166 

romsic, Milan 72, 78, 85, 87, 123, 137, 166, 178 

rorrelli, Christine 32,44, 135, 184 

rolh. Alex 32, 135, 139 

roth, Angela 146 

roth, Emily 123, 166 

rowns, Durrell 146 

rrack 176 

rrack, Indoor 76 

rracy, Mary... 17. 21, 42, 48, 49, 56, 98, 99, 106, 
i09, 201 

rracy, Roberl 156,173 

rran, Peter 159, 166 

friggs, Carolyn 135 

frobenter, Steven 74, 156 

Fruskoiaski, Bryan 166 

rruskoiaski, Christopher 64, 82, 146 

rschantz, Matthew 9, 95, 99. 107. 166 

rschantz. Michael 9, 10, 15, 18, 64, 78, 166, 176 

fscherne, Damian 146 

rucker, Clinton 42, 68, 176 

ruckei, Jacob 43, 1 10 

rurk. Patricia 135 

rurkali, Michael 146 

ruri<all, Dennis 135, 172 

rurner. Daniel 146 

rumer. Holly 146 

rusoch, Pauia 135, 184 

rutolo, Krisli 60, 146 

ryler Jr., Ronald 176 

ryson, Kevin 166 

I I pperclassmen are the 
]m students that enable the 
school to function 

Jdovich . Jillian 43, 48, 49, 72, 1 1 1 , 1 74. 1 84, 1 95 

Jlle. Janet 32, 126, 135, 184 

Jlle, Michael 43, 115, 172, 184, 196 

Ulle, Stacy 77, 80, 156 

Underclass Divider 136 

Urban. Andrea 87, 88, 156 

Urban, Knslen 43, 48, 49, 1 1 1 

Urban, Nancy 167 

Jter, Amelia 61, 146. 147 

, I arsity sports allow 
iL students to compete 
against ether schools 



Valentine. Courtney 43, 49, 184, 202 

Valentine, Derrick 43 




Jean De Wine 

Jean, 

We are very proud of you and your 

accomplishments. Congratulations! 

Continue to aiin high and work hard. 

We know you can achieve anything 

you set your mind to. 

Love. Mom & Dad 



Valentine, Morgan 146 

Van Ho, Kay 128 

Vandegrift, Jennifer 85,87, 146 

Vanek, Renee 79, 146 

VanLeer, David 128 

Vannarath, Snnakorn 43 

Vargo. Jared 110, 167 

Vargo. Jennipher 85. 87. 146 

Varsity Chorale .jj. 91 

Vasek. Stephen S, 128 

Vasko. Danielle 5 43 

Vauters. Lydia 43 

Vazquez, Daniel 72, 85, 87, 146 

Vazquez. Lauren 85,87, 146 

Vazquez, Michael 156 

Vehar, Kenneth 135 

Vena, Alexis 69 

Verch, Nicholas 74, 75, 156 

Verdugo. Rocia 100 

Verdugo, Rocio 43, 100 

Vergith, Matthew 146 

Vernier, Stanley 156 

Vetovetz, Catharine 93, 135 

Via, Sara 43, 111 

Vidmar, Gina .i 167 

Vidra, Bryan .S. 43, 111 

Vince. Michael 53, 167, 172 

Virgies. Tommie 176 

Vitoio. James 72. 146 

Vocational Automotives 104 

Vocational Commercial Art 113 

Voice. Laura 177 

Voll. Allison 146 

Voll. Nicholas 167 

Volleyball 60 

Volpe. Christina 43 

Von Benken. W/illiam 32. 108. 115. 135, 184,204 
Vuyancih. Pat 32, 128, 129 

i '\i\il inter weather began 
wHsi' late and did not bring 
iPiP any severw conditions 

Waganek. Shannon 167 

Wai Napolo Ill 

Vtfaina. Melissa ... 3, 18, 43, 48, 49, 72, 100, 102, 

121, 184, 195 

Waina, Rebecca . 72, 77, 79, 100, 121, 156, 157, 

177 

Walker, Andrew 7, 8, 21 , 43, 49, 52, 53, 54, 108, 

114,176, 184, 197 

Walker, Bemadette 43, 184, 198 

Walker, Charmian 146 

Walker, Dalmond 146 

Walker, Damon 156 

Walker. Donald 146 

Walker. Johnnie Mae 135 




Valentene Little 

My little baby has grown up to enter this 
big world called lite. Life is what you 
make it. Keep your head up to the stars. tr\ 
to make the very best of your life. 
Congratulations Valentene on your 
educational milestone which is fine! 
However, as I have always told you! Kind 
w.iys will always carry you through the 
test of time. With God in your heart 
everything is possible! 
Love ya. Mom & Dad 




Ski Club members iin the bus on the way to their ski trip to Brandywine Ski 
area. 



Walker. Victor 104, 167 

Walland. Kelly 21, 43, 44. 49, 184, 199 

Walls, Asia 156 

Walsh. Robert 85. 87 

Walther II, Brian 78, 156 

Ward. Sade 146 

Warden. Kenneth 167 

Ware. Terence 76. 156, 176 

Warman. Dennis 43, 113 

Warner. Brendan 122, 167 

Watson. Michael 64. 146 

Watson. Michelle 146 

Watts. Jaclyn 156 

Waufanas. Narf 167 

Way, Kevin 146 

Wayton, Lindsey 88 

Weatherman. Erin Ill 

Weaver. Tittany 156 

Weber, Jason 85,87, 146 

Webster, Herbert 53,82, 167 

Webster, Taliana 43, 48, 69, 71 

Weidensall. Joshua 43. 49, 1 1 1 

Welch, Dale 55, 146 

Wells, Brandon 90, 156, 173 

Wells, Elana 69,71, 156 

Wensing, Daniel 135 

West. Latasha 81. 156 

West. Lauren 146 

West, Martin 44, 104 

Westbrook, Ashley 85, 167 

Westbrooks Jr., Ray 44, 113 

Whitby, Timothy 146 

White, Amiara 44 

White, Bryan 44 

White, Sean 146 

Whitehead, Erioka 85,87, 167 

Whitehead, Heather 156 

Whiteman, Kenny 82 

Whitmore, Aaron 167, 172 

Whitner, Donte 146 

Wilbraham, Jonathan 90, 95, 156 

Wilcox, Carmen 167 

Wilkerson, Najma 167, 169 

Wiitiams, Antonio 156 

Williams, Amess 68 

Williams. Chanel 146 

Williams. Danquan 76, 90, 146 

Williams, David 167 

Williams, Derek 44, 113 

Williams, Donnell 156 

Williams, Ebby 68 

Williams, Elliott 55, 146, 147 

Williams, Eric 44, 104, 146 

Williams, Ernest 146 

Williams, Gregory 68, 173 

Williams. Kirby 157 

Williams. Larnell 146 

Williams, Marcus 44 

Williams, Naomi 146 

Williams, Shana 156 

Williams, Shantlel 44 

Williams II, Gregory 156 

Williams Jr.. Dale 167 

Williamson, Haddasah 146 

Witlingham, Jacquelyn 61, 146 

Willingham, Taresa 91 , 167 

Wills, Michael 146 

Wilson, Christopher 156 

Wilson, Deidra 146 

Wilson, Dwayne 44 

Wilson, Jasmine 167 

Wilson, Michelle .... 21, 44, 48, 49, 78, 79, 87, 88, 
123, 184,200 



Wilson. Rasheena ......i. 167 

Wilson. Scott .^! 69. 70 

Windham. Dennis 55 

Winlerfest 98 

Wise. Jeremy 156 

Wise. Kellie 44 

Wise. Meghan .«'.| 90. 167 

Withers. Susan .^,.» 32. 135. 184 

Witt, Enn h, 157 

Wilten. Delante 146 

Woldenng. Ruth 90, 157 

Wolenski. Cernssa 44, 49, 1 1 1 

Wolenski. Phaedra 44 

Womack Jr . Thomas 146 

Woodruff, Barnett 44, 178. 184. 201 

Woodside. Jonathan 146 

Worlhington. Zanetta 146 

Woylon. Christina 167 

Woyton. Lindsey 87 

Wrestling 82 

Wurm. Kurt 167 

Wyatt. Brandy 157 



V^^/ 



ou have to do the things 
' that will allow you to 
succeed 



Yancey, Ashton 146 

Yannaras, Niki 179 

Yeary. Nikki 87 

Yeckley Jr. Dennis 146 

York. Richard 65, 76, 77, 135. VH 

Young, Amanda 146 

Young, Suron 167 

Young, Taurean 82, 157 

Young, Terrence , 157 

Young II, Jerome 55, 136, 146 

ero in on what you 
want and do what's 
necessary to achieve it 



L, ,) 



Zagar. Frank 167 

Zagrodsky. Alexey 167 

Zahurak, Melissa 167 

Zaiewski, Christopher 167 

Zdesar. Stacy 111 

Zeba, Perica 146 

Zeigler Jr., Gerald 167. 172 

Zemanek, Christine 146 

Ziamba, Kristina 60, 81, 148, 157 

Ziga, Haseena 167 

Zrim, Anthony 157 

Zrim, Thomas 157,173 

Zrim. Tony 173 

Zucca, Ronald 32, 135. 174, 184 

Zudic, Michael 146 

Zundic, Mike 72 

Zupancic. Lee 146 

Zuzic, Joseph . .. 11,51,72, 115. 136, 157,204 

Zuzic Jr.. Dino 11, 72, 110. 115. 136. 167 

Zwegat, Adam 112 



Index 




K 



CXOSINg 

Colophon Thank You Staff 



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Josten's Printing and Publishing Division 
at State College, Pennsylvania printed the 
530 copies of the 2000 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 G3 computer 
that had 192niegabytes of RAM, and a 6 gigabyte 
hard drive. The pages were backed-up onto a 1 00 
megabyte Iomega® removable Zip disk. A 21 " 
color, two page monitor working witli a 17"' color 
monitor made page layouts much easier. A 
Macintosh Ilsi computer with 17 megabytes of 
RAM was networked lo the G3 so that digital 
pictures could be indexed while the G3 was 
processing digital images. The Ilsi was running 
system 7.5 while the G3 was using system 8.6. 
Digital images were imported either directly from 
a Kodak DC 280 Still Video Camera into the G3 
via USB interface or were scanned in from a 
photograph using a 600 dpi scanner. The unages 
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on Iomega® Zip disks since there was so much 
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deadlines: November I . November 22, December 
27. January 24, and February 2 1 . The pages were 
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pages had to bB'in the first deadline since their 
production entailed so much work. Since the final 
deadline was in elate February, nothing that 
occurred after that time could be included in the 
book. The picture patron option has gained in =' 
popularity with eighty six students having their 
baby pictures included. New this year was the 
option for parents to purchase more than just the 
1/9 page ad if thev wished to put multiple 
pictures or longer messages to their children. The 
Name Stamp opdon that was begun last year has 
also increased in popularity 



204 / Closing 



The staff of the lOOOEiiclidian 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 
majiy 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 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 iioi least, the entire student body at Euclid 
High School without which this book could not 
exist. ■ 



Many people helped in some way 
with the 20mEuclidian. 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 Resnil 
Kelly Baylog, Allison Penko, Derik Malenda, 
Danny Fonovic, Sandra Mowery, Austine 
Clark, Joe Zuzic, Kimi Ojo, Kelly Bivins, 
Nekima Hill, Shavon Pannell, and Mr. Von 
Benken. 

Disclaimer i 

The 1999-2000 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 




Nckinia Hill, Shavon Pannell and Oluwakemi Ojo tallying the results of the polls that the seniors filled oiJI if 
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weekend after school resumed after the Winter vacation. The dance was sponsored 
hy Student Council. 



Far Left: Students at the Key 
Club meeting learning about 
the activities that they will be 
participating in as the new 
year approaches. 

Left: Eugene Calhoun and 
Deanna Carr are office 
runners who help around the 
school by delivering messages 
to students throughout the 
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DEARTH . DEREK DEAS . SHARONDA HOWARD. STEPHANIE HUGHES .APRIL 

DICKINSON . RACHEL DIXON . JORDIN HUMAR . JASON HUNTER . DIANE 

DOMIN.KRISTYOLDOMINIQUE. KRISTIN HUTCHINS. ANGELA INDIANO.CANDICE 

DONNER . NATHANIEL DORE . TAMIKA IRVIN . ARMAND JACKSON . CHARLES 

DRAKE . TEENA DRAKE • AUTUMN JACKSON .TURQUOISE JACKSON . JODI 

DUCKWORTH.EMILYDUER.JASONDUKE JALOVECMEUSSAJENKINS.REBECCAH 

.JOLENEDUNCAN.KIMBERLYDUNHAM. JENKINS . KERRY JERIC • MARIO JESIC . 

FREDRICKDWORNING.ADAMDYBZINSKI ERICKAJOHNSON.GREGORYJOHNSON. 

. ASHANTI EADS . ADONTE EANES . JENNIFER JOHNSON . RECO JOLLY • 

JONATHAN EARICK . ERNESTINE ALTHEA JONES . CHRISTIAN JONES • 

EDINBURGH . VENISHA EDWARDS • EBONY JONES. REDON JONES. SHIKIRA 

RACHEL EIDING . CECIL ELLIOTT JR . JONES.STACYJONES.CHANELLJORDAN. 

GEOFFREY ENGLEBRECHT . KENNETH SHARONDA JORDAN . SHAWN JOYCE • 

ESTES.CHISTINEESTRICT.BRIANEVANS. MAIMA KABA.TARIK KAMARA. AMANDA 

JOSEPH FARONE . EDWARD FARRELL . KANE . BRIAN KANE • SEAN KANE . 

CHRISTOPHER FENDE. BETHANY FINE. THEODOREKARPY.MARGARETKELLER. 

PATRICK FINEGAN . MICHAEL FINK . GABRIELLE KELLY. MARTIN KENNY JR . 

KENNETHFLONNOY.SHEEEREDAFLOYD. DAVID KILKENNEY. JOHN PAUL KILROY. 

MATTHEW FLYNT . DANNY FONOVIC . DEANNA KITCHEN. EBONY KIZER.AAON 

ANGELAFORGUS.MICHAELFORTUNATO. KLCO . KIRSTEN KNAUSS • NYESHA 

LEANNA FOSTER . SENWAI FOUNTAIN . KNIGHT . NICOLE KOLENC . JENNIFER 

ERIK FREEMAN . LISA FUTKOS . JAMES KOLLER . NADINE KONTRA . LAUREL 

GAGE.GINAGAGLIONE.VINCENTGALLON KUHEN . ALLYSON KUMEL . CARLY LA 

. RICHARD GECEWICH . IVAN GELO . BOUNTY. CRYSTAL LANGFORD . DYANA 

CHERRANGIPSON.KANDASHA GLENN. LANGSDALE • MATTHEW LAURICH . 

JAY GLICK . BRIAN GLICKEN . ROBERT BRANDY LESKO . NIESIA LEWIS . 

GOFF . MICHAEL GONZALEZ . DEAONMA BRANDON LINTON .VALENTENE LITTLE. 

GOODEN . MATTHEW GORSE . JOSEPH JESSICA LOCUST . MELISSA LONGO . 

GRANITO . ERICA GRANT • BRANDON CANDACE LONGSHAW . SARAH LOOK • 

GRAVES . NARKISHA GRAVES . ROBERT MARK LUCAS . DONNY LUDVIK . KATIE 

LYNCH . DANA MAJER . DERIK MALENDA . NICHOLAS MALNAR .DEANNA MANCE . JESSE MARCUM . REBECCA 

MAREK . RAUL MARIA . CYNTHIA MARTIN . ANDREA MARTINENAS .JULIO MARTINEZ JR . SARAH MASCIA . 

JOSEPH MASH . LINDSEY MASTALSKI . JASON MATTHEWS . PATRICK MC CANDLESS . ERRON MC 

CLAIN . JASON MC CULLOUGH . BONNIE MC GEE . BRANDON MC KINNEY . MARIE MC MASTERS . 

VICTORIA MC NAMARA . MELISSA MC PEEK . CORY MC WILLIAMS . RANDI MEANEY . LORI 

MEDVES . LAUREN MIHELI . EBONY MILLS • LAURIE MILLS . DAVID MITCHELL . NOZOMI 

MIYAGI . VAN MONROE III . ELIZABETH MONTAGUE • JASON MOON . CHRISTOPHER 

MOORE . ABYGAIL MORRIS . JOHNNY MOSES . SANDRA MOWERY . AMBER 

MUDRAUSKAS . CHRISTINE MUELLER . TONYA MUELLER . JANELLE MUHVIC . 

JENNIFER MUHVIC . NICOLE MULRANEY . QUENTIN MURDOCK . TIARA 

MURRY . STACIE MUZINIC . LINDSEY NAGODE . MELISSA NIEMANN . 

SHANNA NORFLEET . MARY NORTON . SEAN BRIEN . MICHAEL 



ONEILUR.OLUWAKEMIOJO.AMYORLANDO.EDWARDOSTRANDER. 

DERRELL PACE • JERMAINE PADGETTE . LEE ROY PANNELL . SHAVON 

PANNELL • TIFFANY PANNELL • DANIEL PAOLONI . KATRINE PARKER • 

DINALBEN PATEL • AQUEELAH PATTERSON • LA'ERICA PATTERSON • DAVID 

PAYERCHIN.COREYPAYNE.KRISTENPAYNE.ALLISONPENKO^ANTONIOPETTY.SARA 

PFAHL . ERNEST PHILLIPS JR • HEATHER PICA • AMBROSIA PIKOVNIK • CHARMAINE 

PINKSTON . GABRIELLE PLAVCAN • JOSEPH PLESMID • DOUGLAS PODMORE • JACQUELINE 

POLKE.NKRUMAHPOLLARDII.JOSEPHPOLZNER.DAVIDPOTOCNIK.ASHLEYPOWELL.ANTHONY 

PRASKAVICH.GINAPRESTON.BRANDIPRICE.TOMISLAVRAGUZ.NICOLERAIA.MICHAELRAY.JAMIE 

RAYMOND.TRISTENREID.SYREETAREMBERT.BRIDGETRESNIK.CHRISTAL RICE. JENNIFER RINELLA. 

AZIZAROBERTS.JORDANROBINSON.RAMON ROGERS. TERENCE ROHLKE.LAURAROSS.JUSTINRUSNAK. 

WILLIAMRUSSO.ERICRYAN.STEVERYS.TIMOTHYSACKO.JAMESSALAVATORE.NICOLESAMSA.LEANNESANELLI. 

KATHRYNSANICKI.LATASHASANTIAGO. PHAEDRAWOLENSKLCOREYWOODARD. 

RYAN SARPOLIS . OSKA SAYAVONGSA • BARNETT WOODRUFF . STACY ZDESAR . 

ERICSCALESE.ERICASCAPAROni.JESSE ADAM ZWEGAT . ALISON ABIECUNAS . 

SCHEIDER.SABRINASCHNEEBERG.AMY ERIN ADAMS . SAMIR AHMETOVIC . 

SCHULTZ .HASSAN SCOTT . MARK MONIQUE ALDRIDGE .JOSHUA 

SEDMAK . MICHAEL SEIFRIED . JULIA ALEXANDER . WILLIAM ALLEN • MIKE 

SERGO.LATISHISHANNON.JAMESSHAW AMBROSE • CHRISTINE AMIGONI • 

.KRISTASHAW.MEUSSASHEA. DANIEL CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON . TIFFANY 

SHELDON.RICHARDSHEPHERD.MARIO ANDERSON • CESARAE ANDREWS • 

SHY . MATTHEW SIMENC . ELIZABETH ANTOINETTE AQUILA . BRIANNA 

SKOK . MICHAEL SLOGAR . ANDREA AQUILANO.ROBINARP. BRYAN ARPIN. 

SLUGICH . NIKEYA SMALLEY . AARON CLARENCE ASBERRY . ROBERT 

SMITH • LAUREN SMITH • STEPHANIE ASHDOWN III • DAWN ATTWOOD . 

SMITH . JULIE SOCQUET • PAOLA MICHAEL BABUDER .BRIAN BABYAK • 

SORRIENTO.ANTHONYSPADA.ANTONIO CHRISTOPHER BAILEY . MARIA BAILEY • 

SPENCER. EDDIE SPENCER III. KRISTEN EMILIEBAKER.RAFIKBANDY. KENNETH 

STANSBERRY • DONTE STEELE . ERIK BANKS . STEPHEN BARON . AISHA 

STENGER . KENNETH STEWART • BARRETT.BRIANBARRINGER.CANDACE 

SHONDRA STEWART. MATT STIH. JULIA BARTLETT.GAILBAYKC KELLY BAYLOG. 

STOBIERSKI • SHAWN STOKES . NICOLE TAMEKA BEATTY • CORI BEAUMONT • 

STONE . DEIDRA STRODE . OWEN ORIANA BELAVIC . TAWANDA BELL . 

STRODTBECK . MICHAEL SUCHY .SEAN KRISTY BERKHEIMER . ABIGAEL BIEHL . 

SWIFT . DENNIS TAKSAR . STEPHANIE JUSTIN BILLIG.KELLI BIVINS. MATTHEW 

TAMBURRO . OMID TAVAKOU . FRED BLACK.KATHERINEBLAZETICRONNELL 

TAYLOR III . JEREMY TAYLOR . SEMERE BLEDSOE . ANDREW BLUHM .LECRETIA 

TEDLA.AYOFEMITERRENCE.LAKEITH BOLDEN . LAURA BORIBONG .LAKRII 

THOMAS . RYAN TIEDMAN . JASON BRAZAITIS . DAWN BRAZIS • CHERYL 

TIMMONS . CHRISTINA TINGS . AMBER BREWER . DONALD BREWSTER . HEIDI 

TINKER. MARITISI.DIANATOCARCHICK. BRICHACEK . EDWARD BROWN . 

EBONYTODD.JERRODTORRENCE.MARY JENNIFER BRUNNER . ALEXIS BUFORD . 

TRACY. NICHOLASTRAFFORD. CLINTON MELISSA BURDETTE . SARA BURKE • 

TUCKER . JILLIAN UDOVICH • MICHAEL CHRISTINA BURRELL . AMY BURYA • 

ULLE . KRISTEN URBAN . COURTNEY LASHUNDACAIN.LATOYACAIN. NICOLE 

VALENTINE . DERRICK VALENTINE . CANDOW . CHRISTOPHER CARDILE . 

SRINAKORN VANNARATH .DANIELLE MICHAEL CARDILE . CHRISTOPHER 

VASKO.LIDIAVAUTERS.ROCIOVERDUGO CARLSON .AARON CARPENTER • LONNIE 

.SARAVIA.BRYANVIDRA.CHRISTOPHER CARSON . CEDRICK CARSTARPHEN . 

VOHNOUT. CHRISTINA VOLPE. MELISSA JESSICA CHAPMAN . MARKESHA 

WAINA.ANDREWWALKER.BERNADETTE CHILDRESS.JONATHANCIORA.CHRISTA 

WALKER . KELLY WALLAND . DENNIS CLARK.KRISTINCLARK.SHAWNTEECLAY 

WARMAN.TATIANA WEBSTER. JOSHUA .TONIYACLEMONS.REGINALDCOCHRAN 

WEIDENSALL . MARLIN WEST • RAY .ANTUANCOLLINS.CAROLYNCONNELLY 

WESTBROOKSJR.AMIARAWHITE.BRYAN .JO-ANNECOOK.KATHLEENCOOK.NINA 

WHITE . DEREK WILLIAMS . ERIC COSIANO . STEVEN COZART . 

WILLIAMS . MARCUS WILLIAMS • CHRISTOPHER CREMEANS . FRANK 

SHANTIELWILLIAMS.MICHELLEWILSON CVETKOVIC JENNIFER DAVIES.ARIANA 

. KELLIE WISE . CERRISSA WOLENSKI . DAVIS . CARA DAVIS . DERRELL DAVIS . 

SARINA DAVIS .JEAN DE WINE . MICHAEL DEARTH . DEREK DEAS . SHARONDA DICKINSON . RACHEL DIXON . 

JORDIN DOMIN . KRISTYOL DOMINIQUE . KRISTIN DONNER . NATHANIEL DORE . TAMIKA DRAKE . TEENA 

DRAKE. AUTUMN DUCKWORTH . EMILY DUER .JASON DUKE. JOLENE DUNCAN . KIMBERLY DUNHAM 

• FREDRICK DWORNING . ADAM DYBZINSKI . ASHANTI EADS . ADONTE EANES . JONATHAN EARICK 

. ERNESTINE EDINBURGH . VENISHA EDWARDS . RACHEL EIDING . CECIL ELLIOTT JR . 

GEOFFREY ENGLEBRECHT. KENNETH ESTES.CHISTINE ESTRICT. BRIAN EVANS. JOSEPH 

FARONE . EDWARD FARRELL . CHRISTOPHER FENDE . BETHANY FINE . PATRICK 

FINEGAN . MICHAEL FINK . KENNETH FLONNOY . SHEEEREDA FLOYD .MATTHEW 

FLYNT • DANNY FONOVIC . ANGELA FORGUS . MICHAEL FORTUNATO . 

LEANNA FOSTER . SENWAI FOUNTAIN . ERIK FREEMAN • LISA FUTKOS . 

JAMES GAGE . GINA GAGLIONE . VINCENT GALLON . RICHARD 

GECEWICH . IVAN GELO .CHERRAN GIPSON . KANDASHA GLENN . 



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