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The senior women, unfazed by the delay of the powder puff game, get ready to take on and defeat the junior girls. The ('91) proof was in the score: 35 to 7, seniors. Melanie Thade walks casually to class, unworried about making it before the bell. Sophomores Alonzo Edmunds and Tom Macleod, a new student this year, get fired up for the pep-rally.

Seniors Chris Alfano, Jim Flanagan, and Cris Webb relax after a challenging day at their National School of Excellence. One of the most important aspects of C-J life is spiritiuality, which students celebrate together at the monthly school masses.

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Zoom! The year took off with plenty of acivities to get the students excited: Spirit week, a soc-hop, pep-rallies, the homecoming dance, football games, shorts days and jeans days. Most students are involved in more than just educational pursuits. C-J offers a host of different social, athletic, and service-oriented organizations as extracurricular activities.

Whether in the classroom, walking the mile, at church, or singing the Alma Mater, students always seem to enjoy themselves and always wear a smile.

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Second year honors math students turn their attention away from Ms. Meyers' lecture for few minutes. Mike Collins, a varsity basketball player, struts to class. Keisha Harvey heads to her next class, ready to enjoy a stress-free day.

Julius Williams, Jennifer Zaidain, and Ramon Merrit learn about photosynthisis from Mrs. Turner. Nichole Brich eats alone while waiting for her friends to arrive from the long lunch lines.

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Zoom! The 184 sophomores brought their special brand of spirit to the pep rallies in 1990. The year of learning to drive, learning to dress, and learning to dream was exiting and expensive for these budding Eagles.

Sophomores find themselves given more reponsibility thi s year. Hard work is essential to stay on top when taking courses like biology, a second year lang t,Jage and when holding a positon as a class officer.

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Joanne Doss, a junior, enjoys the cool beat while friends watch and join in. Senior Kendra Jackson steps on to the dance floor in style. Juniors and student council members, Monica Causer and Coleen Fike, express their satisfaction with the dance.

Seniors Donni Mills, Dionne Rucker, LaMont Hardy, and Yvonne Davis find that doubling is twice the fun. Junior and senior guys break away from their dates to twist and shout to the Beatles together.

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Zoom! The evening of October 29 went by very quickly for students who attended the Homecoming dance. Many found that by the time they arrived from dinner and had their pictures taken with their dates and friends, there wasn't much time left for dancing . Regardless, most couples found the time to watch the announcement of the court and to dance to the theme song, Madonna's "Crazy for You."

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Pat Liebert takes advantage of the newly repealed no gum rule in an attempt to relieve senior stress. Struck by "senioritis, " Christy Glover finds it difficult to pay attention in afternoon class. Nerds have nothing on "brothers" Eric Schrodel and Job Marcello during the Halloween masquerade.

Andy Thomas cowers behind a mask to avoid showing his embarrassment at not being able to answer a question in English class. Good friends for four years, Gretchen Chasteen and Amy Bettendorf get ready to eat lunch together.

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Zoom! Senior year is a once in a lifetime chance for students to become the center of attention. It's the time when they can still be "kids" for one more year before leaving the nest and flying off on their own. It's a time for memories and a time for future planning. But, senior year went by quickly and students were faced with preparing for college. They had to put aside thier "senioritis" just long enough to fill out applications and to keep up their grades. Seniors! Are they the coolest, or is it the craziest? Or the craziest coolest? Halloween was one occasion when they stood out and showed their zaniness. A gang-member, the "Robert Palmer Girls," Dolly Parton, and Mrs. Fletcher ("I've fallen, and I can't get up!") were all guest seniors for a day.

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Winter Wonderland New Snow Court Christmas is a time of hustle and bustle, mass purchasing and the C-J turn-about dance. Despite the confirming of late dates, unfinished dinner plans, and girls asking guys, an enormous crowd converged on the Greek Orthodox Church for the festivities. The first annual Snow Court was introduced under the ironic conditions of no snow and plenty of rain. The king and queen honors were given to seniors Pat Prikkel and Shelia

Martin. They and all the other members of the court were honored as they danced to this year's theme song, "A Winter Wonderland." When asked how the dance went, Sheila Martin replied, " It was great; the whole night was exciting. It was the best dance I've ever gone to." As the night came to an end, a smile was on every face and Christmas was in every mind and heart.

Junior Jason Dorflein and sophomore Aminda Heckman smile for a picture that captures a romantic moment from their dance. Freshmen Leslie Rucker and Meredith Johnson pause from dancing to discuss plans for later. This year the C-J Christmas Dance started a new tradition by electing seniors Pat Prikkel and Shelia Martin as King and Queen of the Snow Court.

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"Who says you can only have one date?" ... Junior John Meixner broke that rule with sisters junior Ann Srich and sophomore Nicole Srich .

This year's Christmas Dance was a wonderful experience for all, especially for first-timers freshmen Gabrielle Hogeland, Mandy Wharton, and Dara Goecke. Freshmen Ray Curtis and Roger Givens take time away from their dates for "guy" talk. "Freshmen life isn't so bad after all" . .. Lori Gebhart and John Glaser don' t look too disappointed as they enjoy each other's company.

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Preparing for their first finals, Ryan Kriegbaum , Beth Labadie, and Montrez McMath, pay close attention to Mr. Russo in freshman health. Getting help from friend and classmate, freshman Christie Pate helps Tracey Smith with her Romeo and Juliet. After a hard morning basketball practice, freshman Daymian McGuire grabs a couple of z's in a world cultures class.

The Frosh First of Four It's a new experience walking down the hallowed halls of C-J. Passing by the pictures of all the graduating classes of Chaminade, Julienne, St. Joseph, and CJ, reminds the incoming freshmen of the long tradition of Catholic

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education for which C-J stands. Survival for the frosh includes manuevering through the maze of upperclassmen to find the gym, locate the cafeteria, and climb, climb stairs to religion classes on the third floor.

In The Middle Having Fun, Working Hard year when the students' choices are limited by a small number of electives. Biology is one class commonly taken by the sophomores which allows them to participate in the fourth quarter field trip to the Cincinnati Zoo.

Academically speaking, sophomore year is one of high expectations, exciting events, and difficult studies. This is the last year that students are required to participate in a Health and Physical Education course. This is also the last

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Standing by her project at the C-J Science Fair, Patricia Barry anxiously awaits her judges. Mr. Hollo aids Shawn Clemmons in clamping down his project during Wood Working class.

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Freshmen Laurie Trick and Beth Labadie enjoyed their first dance; the tradition begins.

Foreign exchange student Rocio De Isasa's father came all the way from Spain to escort her and senior Beth Thompkins to the dance. Sophomores Brenda Finley, Chonda Copeland, and Kniyonka Scarborough plan to attend every year. Lori Campbell gave her dad a big hug after reading her contest winning speech.

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Father-Daughter Special Memories Some girls claimed that the dance on February 8 at the Greek Orthodox Church was the best of the year. No one had to worry about those dates who seem to forget what time the dance starts. No offense guys, but a girl can only have a perfect date at the Father Daughter Dance. What's so bad about stepping out in style with dear 01' dad? "Nothing at alII" said junior Shannon Hill who was

escorted by her dad and grandfather. "We had a great time. I didn't know my dad could dance so well." A contest was held to give girls an opportunity to express their memories about their fathers. Senior contest winner Lori Campbell said, "The dance gives girls a chance to become closer to their fathers. I' ll miss coming to this dance after I graduate."

This dance is traditional to junior Stephanie Badders' dad. He's already been to the dance with three daughters before this year. Attending her last dance, senior Denise Plattoot enjoys the night with her father. Freshman Dara Goecke's and senior Julie Goecke's dad shows his skill in keeping the beat with two daughters at one time.

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"Don't worry Mama, boys will always be boys." . . . As seen here by freshmen Greg Heinz and Frank Castellano; junior Brad Boehmer; seniors Brian Heinz, Mike Pultz, Joe Newlin, and Ted Moraites. Freshman Wesley Reed made his mother proud by taking her to the Mother-Son Dance. Enjoying his first Mother-Son Dance, freshman Matt Irwin dances the night away with his mother.

Juniors Mark Farrell and Todd Sullivan and mothers give us their version of the " Jitterbug."

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Sophomore Kimyon Huggins treat s his mother to a night of dinner and dancing. Drawing attention 'rom the whole crowd, senior Chris Stouder and mother light up the dance floor by " boogie'n down." Exhibiting their own style and mother strut their stuff.

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Mother-Son Dance "We Didn't Start the Fire" February 23 was a perfect night at a perfect dance with a perfect date. The occasion was the annual Mother-Son Dinner Dance at the Greek Orthodox Church. The evening began with a delicious dinner of baked ham and turkey and assorted vegetables. Mothers and sons got in the groove when the D-J broke out the "golden oldies." The dance floor heated up with wild

variations of the Jitterbug, the Charleston, and original footwork . About halfway through the dance, C-J 's famed "caller", Mr. Brooks, was able to get the whole group involved in a square dance. The "dance fever" was so hot that the fire alarms went off bringing Dayton's fire department. No, Billy Joel, "we didn't start the fire ." We just lit up the night.

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Drama's Delightful Crossing Delancy Crossing Delancy, this year's fall play, was put on by the Drama Club Dec. 7-9. Under the direction of Mrs. Fran Pesch and her new assistant, Mrs. Michelle Braisted, the students working both on the stage and behind the scenes came together to put on this charming romantic-comedy. They had wonderful sets for this performance because of the

help of Ron Lanker from the Dayton Playhouse. Mrs. Pesch put together a mixed cast of experienced and inexperienced people. Seniors Tina Good, Amy Askins, and Chris Webb all had been in CJ plays before. Juniors Rachel Beyer and Rob Watson were on the stage for the first time. Senior Tina Good said, " This was the best production that we have ever done!"

"Do you mind when I kiss you like that?" Chris Webb asks Rachel Beyer, while Tina Good snores away. Patty Finkenstadt, a junior, applies makeup to Rob Watson. Patty was just one of the many backstage helpers for Crossing Delancy. The cast of Crossing Delancy: Rachel Beyer " Izzy". Amy Askins "Hannah" . Tina Good " Bubbie". Rob Watson " Tyler" . and Chris Webb " Sam".

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Rob Watson tries to convince Rachel Beyer to become his personal secretary.

Home-Ec Sophomores, Cindy Williams, Erica Hurely, Belinda Flory, and Paula Scothorn, have some fun eating pizza after serving dinner at the dinner-theater. Mr. Brooks and Mrs. Turner's family enjoy their dinner before going to see the show. Freshmen Gabrielle Hogeland and Emily Marcello were just some of the students providing extra entertainment for the dinner-theater crowd.

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As demonstrated by juniors Gibby Vargo, David Jackson, and Mary Harvey, chewing, sleeping, and eating are all common verbs used in Mr. Brook's Forms Of Composition class. Juniors Jane Kauflin and Mary Gladura cautiously setup their experiment on their Honors Chemistry lab. Dilligently studying her Spanish, junior Jennifer Dalton spends her study hall time wisely in the library. Racing the bell, junior Jacques Brose hustles to finish his homework.

Pushing Hard Towards The Future Junior year has been a trying one with a combination of over-whelming work loads, and the burden of taking both a Social Studies class, and an upper level science course. The junior class' hard work paid off when they achieved one of the highest average scores in the Archdiocese on the EECAP writing test. C-J's average was 4.13 out of a possible 6.0, while the over all average for the area was only a 3.6

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Though this year was academically exhausting, it was still a time filled with new opportunities. For the first time students began preparing for college in their classes. In Forms of Composition study for the SA Ts took place, while A. P. American Studies spent the year gearing up for the college advance placement test.

Senioritis The Magic Number 241 Maybe it should be called worryitis - not senioritis that plagues the senior year. Pictures, announcements, dance tickets, trips, college applications drain the pockets, while trying to earn 24 credits drains the brain.

The 1st floor has Government class challenging a senior's desire for sleep; on the 2nd floor Shakespeare waits in 249 in the way of 4 English credits; and on the 3rd floor you have to "get married" to get the religion unit needed.

/ Senior Aaron Kohler helps Greg Mills as they create a lamp on the lathe in Mr. Hollo's last period Woodworking. Pointing out an error, Bryan Kim shows Andy Thomas the solution to his program in the new advance placement Pascal class. After another long government project, Karen Meyers and Christine Bosticco wakes up for a great flash facial. Taking a break from the senior course crunch, George Noonan, Gary • Netherton and Job Marcello hang around at a pep rally.

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Retreats A Time to Unwind The life of a high school student can be pretty hectic. Trying to juggle jobs, homework, and extracurricular activities can be both difficult and stressful. Retreat time can relieve those everyday pressures and give students a whole new insight

on life. At various times through out the year off campus retreats are held. Freshman enjoy an all day outing at Emmanuel Church. Sophomores spend the day at Cricket Hollow, while juniors and seniors have an overnighter at Bergamo.

Juniors Brad Burris, Amy Sobieski. Todd Sullivan. and Roscoe Peters get together outside for small group sessions. Juniors Jason Doerflein. Amy Sloan, Cheryl Klhoe, and Emily Snyder talk about the symbols they created. Freshman Amy Williams takes time out to reflect on the day's activities.

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Juniors Jemmy Jacobson, Danelle Whorton, Kelly Sichman, and Monica Moell build clay images of God.

Junior Courtney Sumlin writes an encouraging message to a classmate on a profile. Freshman participate in an ice-breaker activity. Sophomores Ben Gibbs, Jason Mahoney, Collin Heinz, Carrie Edmondson, Sheila Palmer, Suzy Vuketich, Tiana Mudd, and Justin Walker play the parts of the human body in a popular activity.

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Junior Todd Sullivan congratulates junior Sarah Payne for being named to the prom court. Sophomore Tom MacLeod follows as junior Monica Couser shows him a fun evening at his first C-J Prom. Seniors Chris Pflum and Greg Clemons take a break from their dates to discuss the directions on how to get to the Jewish Community Center for the after prom.

Catching their breath and cooling down are junior Jessica Meyers and senior Andy Gitzinger.

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Senior Charlie Yawn and date junior Shannon Hill add a little style to the formal dress by wearing their shades. Seniors Matt Brooks, and Laura Eversman along with Nick Wittman and Lorie Connell show off their smooth moves by dancing to one of their favorite fast-paced hip hop songs. Seniors Mike Trammel and Cybele Grandjean, this year's king and queen, get ready to boogie during the king, queen and court dance.

Eternally Yours Prom Pageantry The excitement and anticipation usually begins weeks or even months before. Everyone starts thinking about several things. Who am I going to ask? Where should we go for dinner? What are we going to do afterwards? These are just several of the questions that are asked. Then finally it happened, the C-J prom on May 11 at the . Masonic Temple. In front of hundreds of people, Cybele

Grandjean and Mike Trammel were honored as king and queen. The court consisted of Mike Walendzak, Mandy LeFever, Sarah Payne and Todd Sullivan. As the prom ended, most of the people headed to the Dayton Jewish Community Center for the after prom festivities. At the center people enjoyed the many activities; swimming, basketball, volleyball, a Monte Carlo and eating.

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Sophomores Leandra Kennedy and Sheila Palmer and freshman Aleasha Kelly, listen intently to the helper from St. Elizabeth's to learn more about disorders in the body. Sophomores Suzy Vuketich and Star Weng consult each other to make sure they have accurate information, as Heather Wantz heads for another exhibit. Sophomores Emily Ivory , Krista Zinkiewicz and Melissa Norman and freshmen Nathan Mecurri and Dan Clawson obtain necessary information to complete the assignment on healthy foods and carbohydrates. Sophomores Darnell Hoskins, Julius Williams and Derek Bolton acquire new knowledge on stress management that will help them in the future.

Health Fair A New Tradition This year a new tradition, the first annual Health Fair, was held on Wednesday, February 20. All science and health classes during the day had special projects to be completed after viewing the

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exhibits. Four different hospitals and the Combined Health District set up displays in the gym. MVH and St. E's both set up Sports Medicine tables.

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Award Winners Bound for Nationals The State Science Fair, held at Ohio Weslyan University on April 20, was attended by five students form C-J. The participants included seniors Annejanette Heckman and Greg Clemons, juniors Scott Schneider and Rachel Beyer, and sophomore Meghan Sweeney. Four of the five earned superior ratings and the other an excellent. The efforts of these five outstanding scientists made C-

J one of only nine schools in the state to receive the Harold E. Shaw trophy. Annejanette Heckman and alternate Rachel Beyer each earned an all expense paid trip to Orlando, Florida, to compete in the National Science Fair. Other winners included April Barnes, who won the Black Engineers' Society Award, and Meghan Sweeney, who received the Air Pollution Control Society Award. "'f .._

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Being the Editor means senior Jason Wright battles deadlines, providing news for the C-J student body. Seniors Jason Wright and Eric Henry cover the press conference in the Eagle Room announcing Jim Place as the new head football coach. Staff members are responsible for all of the photos in the Spirit. Senior Kristen Carlson gives them a few pOinters before sending them out to shoot. 1st Row Aminda Heckman, Allison Gough, Jennifer Pope, Michelle Rigot, Amy Askins, Maria Schulz, Eric Henry, Dione Rucker, Patrick Prikkel. 2nd Row Shad Cordes, John Schlangen, Stacey Applegate, Jennifer Kopczynski, Stephanie Kleinman, John Kitele, Jason Wright, Rocia de Isasa, Kristen Carlson, Jason Hill, Stephan Brenner.

The Spirit Soars With Hard Work And Determination Print Media, commonly referred to as the Newspaper class, is both a challenging and rewarding course in the English curriculum. It is geared to those students interested in a journalistic career or those just wishing to get a head start on college media courses. The students are graded primarly on their participation in producing the monthly newspaper, the Spirit. The course includes the study of news and feature

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writing. From here the staff members create the journalistic design, layouts, and take all of the pictures. The copy and photos are later sent to Columbus where they are screened and assembled Once completed, the layouts are sent back to C-J where 300-400 copies are sold to the student body. Jason Hill, a junior on the staff, states "Print Media is an interesting course in which I have learned a new way to view English and its uses throughout life."

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Operation Zoom Battling Deadlines Using computers for the 1st time, the Zooml yearbook staff got off to a flying start this year with a workshop at U.D., a photography seminar at school, and the implementation of computers in the copy preparation. The annual ad

campaign was replaced by an all school patron drive. Milano's, deadlines (Where is the volleyball copy?), Charlie Miller and cleaning the room were all part of putting the year together between the covers of Zoom.

At the annual Christmas deadline, Sheila Martin offers money to Chris Webb,Shai Littlejohn and Steve Gebhart for help with her sections. Using the new computer, juniors Steve George and Chris Tesarz work hard to learn the trick of the Micro Graphix program. Our student body president, Chris Baker, goes into shock after finding out volleyball was finished . 1st row: Chris Tesarz, Chris Rehling. 2nd row: Editor Cybele Grandjean, Mike Walendzak, Steve Gebhart, Steve George. 3rd row: Chris Baker, Kevin Sullivan, Sheila Martin. 4th row: Jenny Schaffer, Mike Daniel, Chris Johnson. 5th row: Scott Schneider, Chris Webb

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Junior Kristin Borgerding, freshman Marlena Borchers, and sophomore Emily Dierkers, perform a dance choreographed by Mark Kellum from the Dayton Playhouse. Allison Gough is scared that her dog "Sandy" will be taken away by the officer played by senior Chris Plfum. Seniors Chris Rehling and Chris Webb, and freshman Jim Jacobson sing about hard times during the Great Depression.

Annie Wows Crowd One of the biggest Broadway musicals of all time hit the stage of C-J's auditorium on April 19, 20, 21. The production of Annie wasn't all "Easy Street." Six weeks of rehearsals, under the direction of Mrs. Fran Pesch and Mrs. Michelle Brainsted, preceded the opening. Members of the Dayton

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Playhouse assisted Mrs. Pesch in the staging and set construction. The talented cast included senior Allison Gough as little orphan Annie, and Amy Askins who played the evil Mrs. Hannigan. Junior Rob Watson portrayed Mr. "Daddy" War bucks.

Kids of the orphanage wind up an act singing, "It's A Hard Knock Life."

Homeless people stand in line for food while senior Theresa Drees and sophomore Erica Hurly shiver in the cold.

Mr. "Daddy" Warbucks, junior Rob Watson, receives a locket from Annie.

The maids and butlers of Daddy Warbucks :Brenda Metzger, Theresa Scarpelli, Lynn Drees, Peggy Flynn, Jenny Askins, Chris Rehling, Tim Francis, Mary Sacksteder, and Chris Unroe, welcome Annie into the household.

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Junior Andr!3w Rathweg stops for a smile and a picture after just completing some important Student Council business. This year Andrew is the Student Council Treasurer. Student Council members:President Chris Baker, Sheila Martin, Kendra Jackson, Colleen Fike, Monica Couser, Andrew Rathweg. . Social Committee co-chairperson, Melanie Batey, gets ready to hand flowers to the Homecoming Court at the Homecoming Dance. This year the Social Committee was headed by two people, Monica Couser and Melanie Batey. Social Committee: First row: Je'ree Hamlet, Begonia Harguindey, Kim Dehner, Erin Brytus, Cybele Grandjean, Jessica Humble Second row: Tisha Vaughn, Jenny Dalton, Heidi Grismer, Monica Couser, Lori Campbell, Melanie Batey.

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Spirit Committee: Firat row: Julie Goecke, Sheila Martin, Beth Tompkins Second row: Laura Thomas, Jenny Beer, Andy Berry, Chris Webb. Senior Sheila Martin, chairperson of Spirit Committee, smiles with a look of accomplishment after having a thought of another wonderful idea for the pep rally on Friday. Victor Eagle is lifted on the shoulders of the CJ Vice members after the seniors are awarded the Spirit Stick. The Vice members then are seen doing their world famous "Gimme an E.. ", while Jason Mudd and Greg Mills help the crowd along.

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Having fun and relaxing with friends is a big part of the LIFE group, as is aptly shown by sophomore Emily Ivory and seniors Scott Brinkman and Mike Kolakowski. Small group discussions, like this one led by Sr. Kim help LIFE juniors John Meixner, Andru Heckman, Jeffrey Mullins, and senior Greg Dierkers deal with every day life. LIFE Front row:John Meixner, Chris Webb, Greg Dierkers, Jason Bacher, Suzanne Worms. Second row:Chris Rehling, Angel Jang, Meghan Gilson, Marisa Vittitow, Erica Hurley, Jason Doerflein, Amanda Brown, Nicolette Brich, Kelli Hobbs. Third row:Sr. Kim Dalgarn, Alissa Zeyen, Dawn Wilkins, Emily Ivory, Andru Heckman, Rachel Beyer, Audrey Cox, Paula Scot horn, Brenda Metzger, Cara Nealon, Emily Dierkers. Back row:Jeffrey Mullins, Scott Brinkman, Robert Watson, Krista Zinkiewicz, Dave Kolakowski, Dave Boose, Mike Kolakowski, Dan Schindler. JETS Team Front row:Mary Sacksteder, Rachel Beyer. Middle row:Karen Meyers, Christy Bosticco, Andy Gitzinger, Annejanette Heckman, Joe George, Glen Forest, Steve George. Back row:Jason Brich, Suzy Fisher, Greg Clemons, Scott Schneider, Mark Farrell.

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Key Club Vice-Preaident senior Greg Dierkers and fellow senior Annejanette Heckman wait for their meeting to start before they share their great ideas for service projects. Key Club. Front row:Karin Rath, Megan Borchers, Annejanette Heckman, Lori Sacksteder, Heather Sipe, Sr. Susan Lindstrom. Back row:Jason Doerflein, Greg Clemons, Mark Schapker, Greg Dierkers. Being able to liaten is what makes senior Mike Trammel an excellent Ombudsman. Helping othera get though their problems is what drives junior Sarah Payne to be in Om buds.

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Marching Band Front row: Dan'elle Whorton, Cathy Klohe, Terry Prikkel, James Jacobson, Karin Rath, Annejanette Heckman. Second row: Monique Satchell, Sarah Sacksteder, Wesly Reed, Jenny Jacobson, Jason Bacher, Andru Heckman. Third row: Mrs. Whiteman, Aminda Heckman, Angel Jang, Amie Herbert, Cathy Bunn, . Bernadette Sacksteder, Letitia Golf, Traci Fox, Mr. Johnson. Fourth row: Emily Dierkers, Roshonda Taylor, Paul Allen, Jennifer Brinkman, Joanna Jablonski, Beth Raisor. Drill Team Front row: Beth Raisor, Traci Fox, Joanna Jablonski, Monique Satchell. Second row: Angel Jang, Roshonda Taylor, Emily Dierkers, Aminda Heckman. Music director, Mr. Johnson, goes over some last minute instructions with the symphonic band before their spring concert. Symphonic Band Front row: Emily Ivory, Jason Bacher, Wesly Reed, Nick Merz, Monica Labriola, Bernadette Harawa. Second row: Letitia Golf, Dan'elle Whorton, Karin Rath, Yusef Murphy, Annejanette Heckman, James Jacobson, Brian Good, Jenny Jacobson, Terry Prikkel, Lisa Bakaitis, Bernadette Sacksteder, Sarah Sacksteder, Lisa Mccray, Mr. Johnson. Third row: , Kim Herbst, Tiana Lee, Paul Allen, Ben Johnson, Merideth Johnson, Renee Goldsteinz, Cathy Klohe, Amie Herbert.

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Music Soars

Eagle Guard sophomore Aminda Heckman marches in step on the football field with the marching band. Chorus First row: Marlena Borchers, Kristen Borgerding, Lori Moorman, Dia Mays, Aric Raus, Melissa Nartker, Erin Murphy, Sr. Christine Hucik. Second row: Debbie Frei, Jamie Maner, Rachel Axt, Dan'elle Davis, Susan Worms, James Jacobson, Beth Fox, Michael Trammel, Paul Allen, Jennifer Brinkman, Sarah Sacksteder .• Third row: Kisten Ellis, Mary Sacksteder, Jenny Jacobson, Dawn Amos, Bernadette Sacksteder, Tonya Espedal, Wendy Gilson, Belinda Flory. Senior Paul Allen blasts away on his trumpet, while freshman Jason Bacher jams on his saxophone. Pep Band First row: Bernadette Harawa, Sarah Sacksteder, Heidi Hahn, Cathy Klohe. Second row: Lori Sacksteder, Bernadette Sacksteder, Emily Ivory, Tiana Lee, Annejanette Heckman, Amie Herbert. Third row: Mr.Johnson, Karin Rath, Steve Gebhart, Joel Walker, Letitia Golf, Meredith Johnson.

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MEC: New Club

Senior Bryan Kim works hard on his computer program for MEC, the math, engineering, and computer club. This new club started oil with a great year and can only become better under the gUidance of Br. Bob. He sees the MEC as the club of the future. MEC Firat Row: Andy Gitzinger, Joe George Second Row: Scott Falkowski, Greg Clemons, Pat Crosby, Roscoe Peters, Bryan Kim, Brian McBarron, Third Row: Chris Dullley, Scott Schneider, Brandon Walker, Willy West, Jason Engel. Junior Sarah Willhelm prepares props for the fall play. It was with the help of Sarah back stage that the Drama Club was able to present their three productions this year. She, and others, were given the difficult task of keeping the stage and the actors in order. Language Club: Firat Row: Sarah Obach, Rebecca Obach, Devon Grove-Merritt, Lori Sacksteder, Alejandro Garcia, Letitia Golf. Second Row: Chawna Loges, Willy West, Eric Lindstrom, Chris Pflum, Ryan Howard.

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Drama Club First Row: Tim Francis, Dan'elle Whorton, Jenny Jacobson, Chris Unroe, Kristen Borgerding, Sara Sacksteder Second Row: Rachel Beyer, Brian Beaschler, Brian Suhr, Monica Moell, Bernadette Sacksteder, Mary Sacksteder, Chris Rehling, Rob Watson Third Row: Anne Scher bauer, Patty Finkenstadt, Paul Allen, Amy Askins, Allison Gough, Peggy Flynn, Teresa Scarpelli, Jenny Askins, Tina Good, Kelly Sichman, Theresa Drees, Kristen Carter. Mike Moloney, Chris Webb. Seniors Mary Sacksteder, Paul Allen, and Kristen Carter, practice for their performance in "Mirrors," one of the one acts that were presented by the Drama Club in an "Evening One Acts." This year the Drama Club performed three produotions and entered a one act in a competiton at Sinclair College. The one act, "Three On a Bench," received high honors and Chris Rehling and Tina Good were awarded high acting honors. J.C.O.W.A. First Row: Devon Grove-Merritt, Monica Moell, Steve George, Mrs. Boose Second Row: Scott Schneider, Greg Dierkers, Chris Pflum, Chris Rehling, Robert Watson, Jason Doerflein, Chris Webb. Discussing world affairs and helping to solve some of its problems, members of J.C.O.W.A. prepare for the model UN. This year J.C.O.W.A. achieved recognition in the World Bazaar at the Dayton Mall.

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Senior Ladale Allen sings a solo for the Gospel Choir. Muse Machine: First row: Tina Good, Aric Raus, Lori Gebhart, Amelia Grittani, Lisa Morris, Cheryl Klohe Second row: Heather Hennessey, Renee Reid, Katina Dawson, Kelly Sichman, Jennifer Menker, Lisa Bakitis, Marisa Vittitow, Patty Finkenstadt, Monica Moell, Jenny Kopczynski Third row: Krista Koenig, Jesse Noble, Nick Merz, Suzanne Wourms, Crystal Agee, Jessica Lake, Susie Fi sher, Teresa Scarpelli, Stephanie Badders, Monica Labriola, Jade Harris. Gospel Choir: First row: Ladale Allen, Kristin Johnson, Jason Richardson, Mike Trammel, Reuben Woods, Marc Pearson, Eric Kellum, Roshanda Taylor, Heather Fletcher Second row: Christy Glover, Dione Rucker, Kisten Ellis, John Kitele, Bethani Allen, Tiffany Mcquire, Shai Littlejohn, Je'ree Hamlet.

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Seniors Cybele Grandjean , Chris Duffley, and Chris Baker hold candles to represent the spirit of NHS while senior Tina Good reads off the names of the new NHS members. Seniors in NHS First row: Cybele Grandjean, Lorie Connell, Jennifer Russell, Kendra Jackson, Karen Meyers, Amy Askins, Melanie Batey, Christy Bosticco, Tina Good Second row: Scott Falkowski, Jenny Schaefer, Mary Sacksteder, Annejanette Heckman, Joe George Third row: Anita Koesters, Angela Watkins, Susie Fisher, Chris Baker, Alissa Zeyen, Nick Wittman, Donnie Mills, Chris Duffley, Bryan Kim NHS officers: Mrs. Kuchta, Susie Fisher, President Amy Askins, Tina Good, and Karen Meyers. Next year's President, Mark Farrell, also got into the picture.

NHS members: First row: Amanda Brown, Kim Smith, Erin Gallagher, Vicki Bernardin, Angie Haines, Amy Sloan, Stefanie Badders, Monica Moell, Aminda Heckman, Eillen Menker, April Barnes, Susie Vuketich, Esther Keyes, Jessica Lake, Megan Borchers, Dawn Quigley, Debbie Pickrel, Karin Rath, Jennifer Zwiesler Second row: Emily Snyder, Sara Payne, Kristin Emanuel, Cara Nealon, Heather Sipe, Cheryl Klohe, Nicole Paxton, Stephanie Kleinman, John Kitele, Richard Boesch, Vince Cyran, Glen Forest, Jenny Askins, Tricia Berry, Nick Merz, Megan 'Sweeney, Frederick Pallant Third row: Steve Gebhart, Brian Fisher ~ Jason Doerflein, Matt Becker, Mark Farrell, Beth Gladura, Jane Kauflin, Brandon Walker, Adam Mcintyre, James Settich, Eric Howard, Jason Engel, David Tate Fourth row: Trevor Helwig, Andrew Rathweg, Brian Bensman, Jeffrey Mullins, Scott Schnieder, Bill Reichert, Kelly Sichman, Rob Watson

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The Tradition Continues Varsity Volleyball Wins District

The Varsity Volleyball had a great season while posting a 19-6 record and performing well during the state tournament. The team started off the season with a loss to Vandalia Butler , but from there they went on a tear to win the next 12 straight. Included in these victories were the defeats of arch rivals Alter and Northmont. After sputtering during their last eight games, winning four and losing four, a victory over Carroll ended the regular season on a high note with 16-5 record. They went on to become the Division II District Champions by winning three straight again~t Ben Logan,

Graham, and Roger Bacon. During the Regionals, however, their season was brought to an end when they suffered defeat at the hands of Cincinnati Mother of Mercy . Success came to the team because of three things: their spiritedness, their team work, and above all, a lot of practice. This work ethic, originally started by coach Ann Meyers, was represented in the team motto, "Focus, Intensity, Pride, and Mats." Led by four year varsity player Karen Meyers, the team continued a tradition of C-J volleyball by capturing another District crown.

Varsity Volleyball: Top left: Karen Plummer, Beth Purcell, Anne Bauer, Melanie Thade, Jeanie King, Karen Meyers, Jane Kauflin, Heather Sutton, Crissy Vukelich, Becky Davis, Coach Ann Meyers, Healher Wade. Sophomore Anne Bauer focuses on helping the team win another match. Setting up a powerful spike, junior Jane Kauflin passes the ball 10 the fronl line.

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Reserve Volleyball: Coach Mike Zecchini, Coach Ann Meyers, Coach Jill Zecchini, Sherri Frowein, Srigit Lavin, Kristen Borgerding, Dawn Simonson, Sarah Willhelm, Carrie Finnegan, Brandie Jones, Amy Plummer, Georganne Wolfe, Tianna Mudd, Heather Wantz, Beth Purcell, Peggy Flynn, Angie Cooper, Keri Edmondson. Continuing the "family tradition," senior Karen Meyers, MVP, practices on her way to earning her being named to the First Team All State. "Take what you learned at practice and use it," is one piece of advice that Coach Ann Meyers gives her team before the game.

Districts Ben Logan Graham Roger Bacon

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Mother of Mercy

19 wins, 6 losses

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Cheering in the Nineties A New Style for a New Decade "Cheering in the nineties" was the theme that the cheerleaders concentrated on this year. The new style no longer involved showing off the cheerleaders, but rather it was about showing off school spirit. Cheering in the nineties emphasized simple words and movements that encouraged crowd participation. The cheerleaders tried to update their material by scrapping a lot of old material, making up new cheers and movements, and by getting some help from cheerleaders from Columbia and Kentucky Universities. The new advisor, Janice Powers, wanted cheering in the nineties to mean more than just

getting involved with the crowd; she also wanted it to mean getting involved in the community. The cheerleaders visited WHIO radio to show off their spirit to over 100,000 listeners. They also wrote letters and sent food to soldiers in the Persian Gulf, and participated in a gift exchange with a local orphanage. The reserve basketball squad visited a local homeless shelter, as well. One of the highlights of the year included a performance to Madonna's "Vogue" at the Homecoming pep rally and at Wright State's new Nutter Center. The varsity squad also danced to Janet Jackson's "The Knowledge" for the Alter pep rally.

Sophomore Erin Stouder, also a basketball player, cheers the varsity soccer team to victory over Roger Bacon. Varsity Wrestling First row: Joann Doss, Heather Hennessey. Second row: Charmaine Joson, Liza Szmaj, and Christina Arnold. Junior Jennifer Dalton is caught firing up the crowd at a pep rally.

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Juniors Jessica Myers and Nicole Paxton show their spirit for the fall sports. Freshman First row: Sukara Gregory, Gina Smith, and Reniquia Hughes. Second row: Michele Delauer, Jade Harris, Tiffany Brown . Third row: Paula Siebert, Carrie Wise. Varsity Basketball First row: Jennifer Dalton Second row: Kim Smith , Renee Reid. Third row: Charmaine Joson, Cybele Grandjean, Nicole Paxton, Gina Powers, and Suzie Hallum. The five senior cheerleaders, Renee Reid, Cybele Grandjean, Gina Powers, Beth Tompkins, and Nicole Hatcher show their smiles warming up before a performance for the C-J students. Reserve Basketball First row: Rebecca Gibbs, Brenda Finley Second row: Heather Fletcher, Chonda Copeland, Jennifer Zwiesler Third row: Shai Littlejohn, Dyonne Burns.

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Perspiration and Inspiration It's not all kicking Perspiration and inspiration were not enough to guide the Men's Varsity soccer team to a successful season. The 5-10-4 Varsity team started the season impressively, winning the Bellbrook Tournament against Springboro and Miami Valley and then beating the defending state champions, Roger Bacon, 1-0. Ties with top ranked Fairborn, 2-2, and arch rival, Alter, 1-1, were highlights of the campaign; the rest of the season was just a struggle for a win. The team was involved in eight breathtaking one goal losses. Even though the team struggled, they never gave up. They sweated out each game, playing to the best of their abilities. At times the team looked

like a group of individuals, but soon they bonded together and played like a team. This was clearly evident in tournament play. The team posted an easy victory over Graham, 4-1, and then tangled with regional powerhouse West Milton, losing 2-1 (8-7 on penalty kicks), in an exciting double overtime, double shootout, that really typified the intensity and spirit the team carried with them throughout the season. Senior David Trimmer, selected for Second Team All State, was also selected for First Team All Area, along with senior Mark Cupp. senior Alberto Mendez earned Second Team All Area South honors.

In hopes of sparking an offensive attack, Senior David Trimmer boots the ball up field. Using his European soccer experience, Junior Santiago Redrevello heads up field. 1st Row Brad Nelson, Mark Cupp, Brian Spirk, Alberto Mendez, Brian Fisher, Mike Walendzak. 2nd Row Chris O'Shell, Bryan Rauch, Jason Harry. 3rd Row Tony Badolato, John Adams, Coach Jim Trimmer, David Tate, Curtis Cyran. 4th Row Matt Dudon, Andy Wourms, Andy Gitzinger, Joe August. 5th Row Steve Hausfeld, Jamey Palmer, Joe Wendling, Edgar Sarabia, David Trimmer.

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Flashing his Diego Maradona impression, Senior Alberto Mendez breaks through Springsboro's defense. Senior Mike Walendzak demonstrates his transition from defense to offense.

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1st Row Marcus Wendling, Brian Good, Brian Suhr. 2nd Row Jason Mahoney, Matt Horning, Jeremy Landis. 3rd Row Jason Bacher, Kevin Pflum, John Horvat, Steve Turner, Tim Knieve. 4th Row Chris George, Luke Schultz, Steve Brooks, Mike lannario. 5th Row Lee Slone, Chris Bauer, Coach Jim Trimmer, Hadd Francis. 6th Row Mike McElroy, Chris Tesarz, Derek Albert, Coach Edgar Sarabia, Steve Gebhart.

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A State Quarter-Final Finish New Shutout Record Reached A 0-1 loss to state runner-up Centerville ended the Cinderella season of the Ladies' Varsity soccer team. The fine 15-4-3 season was capped off by a stunning 1st time ever 1-0 victory over Northmont to capture the Sectional Championship. The Lady Eagles opened the campaign by blanking Trotwood, Findlay, and Beavercreek. A school record 11 shutouts was spearheaded by Coach's Award winner junior Cheryl Klohe who, volunteering to play after sophomore Amy Cupp was hurt, said, "The team knew Amy was better than me, but they believed in me and pushed me to my best." Milton-Union, Fairmont, Springboro, Carroll, Troy, and

Franklin fell to the Ladies in regular season play. The Sectional Tournament saw the Eagles storm past Milton-Union, Vandalia-Butler, and Northmont. In tournament play the shutout streak reached four when Wayne dropped a 1-0 decision in the opening round of District play. Then, the Eagle power fell to Centerville in a most exciting game. It was an intense neck and neck contest until the Elks finally put one in the goal at the beginning of the second half. Junior Sarah Payne led the award winners by being named Area Defensive Player of the Year. The team's MVP was also named 1st Team All Area and 3rd Team All State.

Determination and a will to win are shown by sophomore Debbie Pickrel as she sends the ball upfield in an offensive attack. Sophomore Tricia Barry pulls ahead of a menacing Beavercreek foe on her way for a goal as sophomore Dawn Quigley stands by ready to help. Heading the pack, junior Tina Brockman moves toward the Beavercreek goal.

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Midfielder of the Year, junior Angie Haines, swoops down midfield in a 2-0 Eagle victory.

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Front row: Amy Cupp, Cheryl Klohe. Second row: Sarah Payne, Angie Haines, Amy Sloan, Erin Gallagher, Dawn Quigley, Suzy Vuketich, Debbie Pickrel, Tricia Barry. Third row: Tina Brockman, Teresa Ruff, Heather Zobrist, Katie Dudon, Shannon Zobrist, Kistin Ellis, Heather Fraser, Colleen Gorman. Fourth row: Coach John Eckley, Cari Schiml. Front row: Amber Kraccus. Second row: Ann York, Sarah McDonald, Roxann Plummer, Jenny Zaidain, April Barnes, Beth Wick, Lori Gebhart. Third row: Heather Davis, Chawna Loges, Caty Grzymajlo, Laurie Trick, Stacy Sobieski, Susanne Wourms, Jeanine Brockman. Top row: Coach Folan, Cari Schmil.

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Splish'n and Splash'n Humble Qualifies for State "Small but Powerful" ... That was an appropriate description of the 4 member C-J swim team. Seniors Jenny Beer and Chris Stouder and juniors Kam Kovar and Jessica Humble practiced with their own teams during the season. Stouder swam with the Dayton Boys Club, Humble with the Dayton Raiders, and Kovar and Beer with the Dayton Northwest Picies. Humble did most of the placing in the only two meets before Sectionals. At the Cincinnati Classic she placed 5th in the 200m breast stroke, 4th in the 100m breast stroke, 4th in the 500m freestyle, and 4th in the

mile freestyle. At the WOL meet held at Wright State, she placed 2nd in the 200m freestyle and 1st in the 500m freestyle. Sectionals were held in February at Sycamore High School and Districts at Keating Auditorium. Humble qualified for State championships in Canton, Ohio, placing 4th in the 100m breast stroke and 5th in the 500m freestyle. Humble, the recipient of the first MVS (Most Valuable Swimmer) award, analyzed the year by saying, "I feel that we placed higher in all the meets this year than last year, and we will do even better next year."

Senior Chris Stouder leads the pack doing the breast stroke. A feeling of accomplishment comes over senior Jenny Beer as she waits in the water for the results of her event. Diving into the water, junior Jessica Humble starts her leg of the race.

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Cincinnati Classic WOL Meet Dayton High School Invitational Sectionals Districts State

Swim Team: Coach Mrs. Humble, Chris Stouder, Jenny Beer, Kam Kovar, and Jessica Humble.

Intensity is the key to junior Kam Kovar's swim. MVS, Jessica Humble basks in a moment of glbry as she completes her race.

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The Road To Victory A New Program In The Running Running hard and long was the key to a successful season for the Cross-country team. Past teams had been greatly weakened because of young inexperienced personnel. This year with the aid of three experienced seniors, Kevin Sullivan, Matt Brooks, and Andy Berry, the team was able to pull together and accomplish a winning record. Cross-country is commonly seen as an individual sport, mainly for the reason that each person keeps his or her own pace. In reality, a team is not ranked on the performance of one person, but on that of the whole team. It is crucial to have experienced leaders that can unite the team.

The team began running in early June, in a program that lasted all summer. They met at C-J twice a week to run the river bikeway or the hills of Oakwood. This program was designed to build a base, and gave them a chance to run with each other. One of the memorable moments of the season was when Kevin Sullivan and Matt Brooks finished first and second at the Stebbins tri meet. Another was at the biggest meet of the year, the Elder Invitational, from which the team brought home a second place trophy. Overall, the team was able to beat sixty percent of the teams they ran against.

Freshman Kelly Hobbs races past another competitor, and towards a first place finish at the Beavercreek Invitational. Nor rain, nor snow, nor hills will keep Junior Kregg Johnson from finishing at the Beavercreek Invitational. 1st Row Todd Sullivan, Kregg Johnson, Rachel Beyer, John Kitele, James White, Kyle Wescott, 2nd Row Stephanie Badders, Kevin Sullivan, Matt Brooks, Kelly Hobbs, Jeff Mullins.

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CROSS-COUNTRY Beavercreek Inv. Miamisburg Inv. Stebbins Tri. Roger Bacon Dayton Christian Dual Bellbrook Inv. Bellbrook Tri. Brookville Inv. Bellbrook Tri. Fairmont Inv. Wayne Inv. Elder

OCl Districts

7th. 3rd. 2nd. 5th. 1st. 3rd. 2nd. 9th. 2nd. 9th. 13th. 2nd. 3rd. 6th.

The varsity squad lines up at the hilly Miamisburg Invitational, preparing for the long run ahead. With a mile to go, Senior Matt Brooks pours on the heat, placing second on the team behind Kevin Sullivan,' at the Beavercreek Invitational. Handing the varsity Crosscountry team a box of Bazooka bubble gum, Senior cheerleader,Beth Tomkins acknowledges their efforts at the fall sports pep rally.

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Lively Linksmen Labor Long Golfers Advance to the Regionals No golf team in C-J sports history has ever progressed past the Districts. This year was an exception. The season began quickly with a win over Wayne High School at Cliffside Golf Course. During the season, though, the golfers had trouble putting together a solid win and were unable to take full advantage of their talents. Toward the end of the season, the team gave a solid performance at the Princeton Fall Classic by finishing 12th out of 33 teams. "It was sort of a snowball effect. First Princeton, then Districts," said Jason Kronenberger, sophomore. The team gained some consistency toward the end of the season. At the District tournament they came

up with a 3rd place finish behind Badin. This was the first time in C-J history that a golf team qualified for Regionals. Much of the credit for this fine performance went to freshman Dusty Griffin and senior Bryan Kim who were medalist and runner up, respectively. The team took ninth place at the Regional tournament on a cold, rainy, and windswept golf course in Middletown, OH. "I'm just glad to be here," said Griffin. Kim's integrity and tremendous skill throughout his four seasons as a golfer earned him the award of Most Valuable Player. Chris Baker, another senior, won the Coach's Award for his supportive attitude.

Minutes away 'rom crunching his Wayne opponent,Adam Mcintyre, a junior, contemplates his strategy while he crunches a pretzel. Accurate drives contribute toward freshman Dusty Griffin's success as the medalist in the District tournament held at Community Golf Course. Jason Kronenberger, a sophomore, is a great asset to the team due to his consistent scoring and interesting personality.

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Golf

Opp. Place Wayne 1/2 West Carrollton 1/2 Stebbins 1/2 Alter / Beavercreek / Carroll 4/4 Beavercreek / Northmont 3/3 Alter/Vandalia-Butler 3/3 West Milton/Covington 1/3 Fairmont Invit. 4/12 Opp. Place Carroll 1/2 Alter 2/2 Ohio Catholic League 6/6 Alter lTipp City/Miami Valley

2/4 Miamisburg/Valley View 1/3 12/33 Fall Classic 3rd District 9th Regional

Chris Baker and sophomore Mike Dungan discuss the physical layout of Cliffside Golf Course. Team captain, Bryan Kim, spends many hours on the practice green to improve his touch. Front Row: Chris Baker, Jason Kronenberger, Mike Dungan, Coach Ed Arvai, Steve Mann, Adam Mcintyre, Brian Barnard. Back Row: Pat Hesselbrock, Dusty Griffin, Mario Parisi, Thad Reinhard, Dave Turner.

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Racking Up Victories Determination Was Our Key Determination and hard work propelled the women's tennis team to a 11-7 season record. Igniting this winning season was a spirited six match winning streak. After the strong start, the team lost close matches to Bellbrook, Middletown, and Tipp City. However, this did not dampen the team's spirit. Sophomore Megan Borchers, third reserve singles, explained, "We all went to the matches excited and cheered each other on." This same team spirit led sophomore Kelly Martin and junior Emily Snyder to an exciting doubles match over the seemingly undefeatable Alter Knights in their second meeting. Martin and Snyder finished their season 12 and 3.

After a year of hard work, the varsity tennis team was rewarded for their efforts. Junior Emily Macleod, Most Valuable Player, advanced to the third round in tournament play. Junior Rachel Finley and senior Gretchen Chasteen received All Area awards in first team doubles. Senior Sheila Martin received the Most Spirited Player Award. Awards were also given to Kelly Martin and Emily Snyder for being the Most Improved Players. Even with a competitive schedule, which included matches against Alter, Middletown Fenwick, Sidney lehman, Bellbrook and Northmont, the team ended the season by posting a winning record.

Junior Heidi Grismer practices for the big match against Bellbrook. The team is congratulated for their victories by the student body at the pep rally. Junior Emily Macleod says " My first year on the C-J tennis team was a lot of fun, and we had a great season."

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Front row: Michelle Rigot , Kam Kovar, Kim Dehner, Kelly Martin, laura Mahle, Emily Macleod. Back Row: Mrs. Spees, Tina Good, Sheila Martin, Emily Snyder, Jessica lake, Sukari McGill, Jo Ann Paulet, Gretchen Chasteen, Megan Borchers, Heather Charo, Erin Hennessey, Heidi Grismer, Rachel Finley.

Opp. Sidney lehman Middletown Fenwick Tipp City Alter Patterson Northmont Piqua Brookville

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Dedication and Hard Work Long Hours and Overtime Despite a disappointing record of 4-6, C-J football made tremendous improvements during the season. The Eagle team came out hard- hitting and ready to play, opening the season with a surprise victory over TrotwoodMadison, 14-12. After four weeks of down and up football, a loss to Carroll, a victory over Sidney, a loss to DeSales and a victory over St. Charles, the team had its eyes on Columbus Watterson . The game was even throughout four quarters, as they headed for overtime. Four overtime periods and a 28 yard field goal was what it took for Watterson to pull off a narrow 19-16 victory. The team

dropped the next three games to Dunbar, Stebbins and Meadowdale. Things didn't look good for the team, but heading into the Alter game the team was like a fine tuned automobile, ready to run. Everything went well for the Eagles as they led 9-7 at the half. The team continued to play inspired football in the second half and held on for a celebrated 1614 victory ending the season on a high note. Offensive awards went to Greg Mills as Lineman of the Year and Charlie Yawn as Back of the Year. Defensively, Abdul Hampton won Lineman of the Year and Jason Mudd won Back of the Year.

Most Valuable Player Andy Thomas clears the way for quarterback Mike Daniel and a fifteen yard gain. Senior halfback, Charlie Yawn, battles Carroll's defenders with help from senior split-end Lamont Hardy. to gain a few more yards on a fine run. Varsity teammates. Abdul Hampton, Mike Goldschmidt and Rob Mikalauskus watch from the sidelines before being sent in against the Patriots.

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Varsity Fooball C.J. 14 0 14 6 14 16 0 6 6 16

Trotwood-Madison Carroll Sidney DeSales St. Charles Watterson Dunbar Stebbins Meadowdale Alter

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Junior Brandon Walker surveys the field , looking for an opening, and flies down the field with wreckless abandon. Senior defensive specialist Moose Johnson grabs a drink before he goes back in to grab some more Carroll runners. 1st Row Chalie Yawn, Andy Thomas, Jason Mudd, Greg Mills, Abdul Hampton, Terrence Chavers. 2nd Row Ben Graham, Mike Daniel, Lamont Hardy, LaDale Allen, Ken Jackson, Brian Eaglin, Chris Johnson. 3rd Row Ed Rembert, Brad Boehmer, Brandon Walker, Brian Heinz, Joe Newlin, Tom Keller, Nick Wittman. 4th Row Dave Seubert, Carlos Miller, Rob Mikalauskaus, Mike Bardonaro, Devon Redd, Steve Kosak. 5th Row Matt Becker, Leonard Combs, Pat Hoffman , Dominic lannarino, Mike Goldschmidt, Tony Douglas. 6th Row Nick Moorman, Josh Vaughn, Tom Macleod, Brad Daniel, Ernie Smith, Andy Gough, Coach Mark Ewald. 7th Row Scott Burling, Collin Heinz, Pete Kinney, Lionel Johnson, Jason Harris, Crace Selvage. 6th Row Rob Fecke, Dave Jackson, John Trick, Fred Pallant, Ramon Merrit, Alex Puterbaugh. 9th Row Coach John Zaidan, Coach Mike Boehmer, Coach Dan Kosak, Brian Dix, Joe Jansen, Coach Ty Camacho.

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Hard Work Equals Best Finish in Seven Years Expected to be in a rebuilding year, the young grapplers surprised many strong opponents. Twenty-two wrestiers brought to the team a fresh and exuberent attitude led by captains, seniors Greg Mills and Jason Mudd and junior Vice Cyran. The season opened with a dual meet against a strong Moeller team. Working hard, the squad improved each week as the Ohio Catholic league meet approached. The OCl meet, held at Columbus Watterson High School, yielded a strong showing for the Eagle wrestlers. Senior Craig Carlson took first place in the 189 lb. weight class, and Greg Mills earned second in the heavyweight division. The Sectional meet was held at Eaton

High School. Vince Cyran took third in the 125 lb. weight class, Jason Mudd won fourth in the 152 lb. weight class, Craig Carlson took second, and Greg Mills took third in the heavyweight division. More wrestlers qualified for the Districts than the past seven years. At the District meet, Vince Cyran was stopped from a state berth by an injured elbow, and Greg Mills was one win away from a state berth before being eliminated. Awards went to Greg Mills who won the Big Eagle award, Vince Cyran won the Coaches' Award and shared the Most Improved with Craig Carlson and sophomore Nick Merz who earned Scholar Athlete.

Freshman Malt Horning control. his Carroll combatant, as the match is resumed after an injury time-out. Junior Dave Jones grasps his opponent in a half-nelson enabling him to score two pOints on the reversal in route to a first round win. Senior Craig Carlson's arm is raised in victory after a decisive second round pin putting him in the finals of the 189 lb. weight class.

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2nd. 5th. 5th. 6th. 4th. 2nd. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 10th.

Senior Jason Mudd, showing great strength and willpower, escapes the grip of a Lemon-Monroe grappler on his way to a 15-0 technical fall victory. Junior Vince Cyran clutches his nemesis with a vicious grip to lock up the victory. First Row: Nathan Mercuri, Bjorn Wennerstrom, Mertrez McMath, Josh Vaughn, Matt Horning Second row: Vince Cyran, Nick Moerman, Joe Pickrell, Greg Mills, Jason Mudd, Dave Jones, Dave Jackson Third row: Coach Paul Marshall, Brian Good, Eddie Jones, John Gohman, Aaron Sprowl, Rob Fecke, Tom Plummer, Paul Boesch, Jermaine Huff, Nick Merz, Coach Mark Ewald

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On the Rebound Beth Weng Named All-Area Relying heavily on returning starter, senior Beth Weng, the women's varsity basketball team posted a 10-9 season record. Coach Ron Russo had to rely on a lineup consisting of three juniors, four sophomores and only two seniors in their rebuilding year. The season began with a major upset over Northmont with Weng playing what she said was her best game. The annual Oakwood tournament saw the Lady Eagles advance to the finals before falling by one point to the host Jills. The women entered the Tecumseh tournament on a two game win streak over Trotwood and Miamisburg. Again they advanced to the championship game, and

again they lost. The final game of the season was a family affair. Coach Russo triggered his father's Carroll Patriots 26-21 in a low scoring, defensive game. Although the varsity squad was young, they possessed widespread talent. Their strong points included adapting and learning the plays quickly, along with developing a well balanced offense and defense. Inexperience and height were the only obstacles that prevented them from posting a more successful season. In addition to being selected 1st Team All-Area, Beth Weng was named MVP. Her sister, sophomore Star Weng, was named Assists Leader.

First row: Star Weng, Debbie Pickrel. Second row: Jeanie King, Katie Dudon, Cheryl Klohe, Erin Bremer, Sarah Payne. Third row: Coach Ron Russo, Beth Weng, Jill Gorman, Ass!. Coach Cindy Frericks. Junior Sarah Payne feels no shame as she runs down victory lane. Senior Beth Weng shows the need to pass in order to score.

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Banging the boards, sophomore Katie Dudon earns some prime time playing time. Sophomore Star Weng is getting ready to play like her name, "star."

Women's Varsity Basketball

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Opp. Northmont Butler Bishop Ready Centerville Beavercreek Stebbins Oakwood Trotwood Miamisburg Northmont Tecumseh

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Opp. Fairmont Valley View Greenville Alter Wayne Patterson Carroll

First row: Dawn Quigly, Melanie Weckesser. Second row: Shannon Zobrist, Peggy Flynn, Colleen Schnell, Coach Michelle Kruty, Jenny Askins, Angie Cooper, Erin Stouder.

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Urbana

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10 wins, 9 losses

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State Runner Up Staley (JPI Coach of the Year For the second time in three years, the Eagles were in Columbus in March for the state finals. UPI Coach of the Year Joe Staley honed the four corner offense to razor sharpness as the Blue and Green sliced off a piece of basketball history for themselves before Lexington, once again, nicked them 55-53 for the Division II state championship. Senior Chris McGuire amd fellow Area All-Star Eric Wills led the 22-5 team through a memorable campaign and an Ohio top ten finish for the 3rd consecutive year. The "Pony Express" made up for their lack of size with speed and three point shooting accuracy. Talent, hardwork, and dedication powered the Eagles through the season, but heart was

responsible for the exciting come from behind tournament victories over Alter, Greenhills and Columbus Briggs. The Eagles continued their domination over rival, Alter, with a four overtime game won by Wills' three pointer with only 1.8 seconds on the clock. McGuire swished two free throws with .06 seconds left to give the Eagles the Regional title over Greenhills. Senior Mark Holton joined Wills and McGuire with a barrage of 3 pointers as the Eagles held off Columbus Briggs 65-64 in the state semifinals. But Lady Luck and time ran out as Lexington held up the Express and left C-J as runners-up.

First Row: Mike Camacho, Chris McGuire, Eric Wills, Mark Holton, Tony Smith. Second row: Darnell Hoskins, Mike Collins, Gibby Vargo, Bill Reichert, Brian Bensman, Brad Burris, Marvin Thomas. Dribbling around the Badin defense, senior Mike Camacho makes his way to the hoop. Junior Gibby Vargo is the inside man to the four corners offense.

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Men's Varsity Basketball C-J 77 81 91 10 1 70 63 85 75 76 85 68 60 86 89 70 76 71 63 51 63

Hamilton Badin Springfield North Belmont Fairmont Xavier Forest Park Purcell Centerville Patterson Mansfield Wayne Colonel White Carroll Whetstone Fort Loramie Patterson Alter Fairborn Beavercreek Elder

Tournament Opp. 40 63 75 58 73 66 48 66 55 82 56 85 66 61 46 60 61 48 48 73

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Lebanon Alter Kenton Ridge Hamilton Twp.

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First row: Kevin Weckesser, Eric Howard, Ben Gibbs, Jason Kronenberger, Ben Stelzer. Second row: Pat Hoffman, Matt Walusis, Trevor Helwig, Julius Williams, Justin Walker. Senior Mark Holton, the leading 3 point shooter on the team, shoots over the defense with ease. Dayton Area AIIStar, senior Chris McGuire is about to score.

22 wins, 5 losses

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C-J Track Team Meet Miamisburg Invt Wayne Invt La Vonna Martin Edwin Moses Relays Troy Relays Fairborn Relays Franklin Invt O.C.L. Championships Districts Regionals State

Boys 3rd 6th

11th 9th 5th 3rd 4th 1st 7th 4x100, 5th

Aaron Armstrong,a freshman, lands softly in the sand out at Wayne High School in Huber Heights, Ohio.

Matt Becker, a junior. pushes and strains toward the finish of the 200 meter event held at Wayne High School.

First row: Sarah McDonald. Tricia Barry. Suzy Vuketich. Lori Gebhart. Maureen Ly. Jason Bacher, April Barnes. Jamie Kinney. Jim White. Second row: Jeanine Brockman, Katie Grzymajlo, Vicki Bernardin, Angie Haines, Rocio Isasa, Bryan Rauch, Brian Suhr, Chris Stouder, Chrissy Vuketich, Colleen Gorman, Dave Tate, Heather Fletcher. Third row: Brother Grundish, Eric Littlejohn, Malt Becker, Todd Sullivan, Alex Puterbaugh, Ben Johnson, Josh Anderson , Jason Richardson, Dominic lannarino, Mike Daniel, Jill Gorman, Chris Baker, John Kitele, Davion Redd, Kregg Johnson , Coach Roy Thobe. Fourth row: Jim Coyle, Ernie Smith, Reuben Woods, Alonzo Edmonds, Mark Pearson, Jason Burks, Pete Kinney.

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Girls 2nd 20th 18th 12th 5th 4th 4th 6th 20th

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Weathered Spirits Team battles weather, injuries By the end of the season, the track team had experienced all of Mother Nature's extremes. The season began with preconditioning in the frost and snow of winter. Runners bundled up with so much clothing that they resembled snowmen in their bulkiness. Gritty determination and tough mettle drove these runners toward their goal of 250 miles, to be accomplished before the first official practice on March 7. Regular practice during the chilly month of March forced the runners to train even more than before. Runs that started out at two miles were now jumping to four and six mile runs. The team began going to the Mad River track in mid-March where

Mr. Fredette, Coach Thobe, and Bro. Grundish tested the team 's stamina and conditioning to its fullest extent. The first official meet was on March 28, at Wilmington High School. Throughout the season the team practiced and competed in rain, high winds, snow, freezing and blazing temperatures. The highpoint of the young team's season was Districts where the boys' team was named champions by winning the meet. Reuben Woods set the meet record in the 300 hurdles event. The girls' and boys' 400 meter relay teams both qualified for the state meet where the boys took fifth place in their event.

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Freshman Lori Gebhart soars across the first hu rdle in the 100 meter low hurdle event at Wayne. Dave Tate, a sophomore, sprints into the • exchange zone and passes the baton to junior John Kitele.

Junior Laura Hobbs spins toward victory in the discus event. Laura contributed a great deal to the field events th rough her attitude and tale nt.

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Playing Tough Bryan Kim 3rd Team All-Area The men's tennis team got off to a tough start by playing powerhouse teams Beavercreek, Alter, Springboro, and Butler. Playing # 1 singles was senior, Bryan Kim. Sophomore Joe August played in the #2 position and senior Andy Berry played third singles. The # 1 doubles team was Mark Farrell and Andy Rathweg or Chad Rupert. These two switched as partners with Farrell during the season. Playing the #2 position were freshmen John Snyder and Jeff Michel. This year the team was 1-18 overall, beating Belmont. "We played every team close this year; it wasn't like we got crushed because the majority of the losses were 3-2," Bryan Kim said. Some other tough teams that the team

played close were top rated Miami Valley, Northmont, and Lehman. Kim finished the year with the best individual record on the team at 14-6 and winning the honors of All-Area Third Team. In tournament play Kim won his first and second rounds of play, then lost in the quarterfinals 6-4, 6-4 to Branceforte from Oakwood. Berry and August teamed up in doubles for tournament play and beat Bellbrook in the first round before losing to Dixie in the second round. Rupert, playing singles in the tournament, won his qualifying match but couldn't come out with a win in the first round. This year awards went to: MVP - Bryan Kim, Most Improved - Joe August, Coach's Award - Andy Berry.

1st row: Mark Farrell, Jacob Kitchener, Michael Franchina. 2nd row: Coach Ron Russo, Andy Berry, Bjorn Wennerstrom, Andy Rathweg, Brian Fisher, Chad Rupert, Assistant Coach Sheila Martin. 3rd row: Jeff Michel, Joe August, Bryan Kim, John Snyder. Number two singles players, sophomore Joe August, places himself after his serve. August had the second best individual record next to Bryan Kim. Senior Andy Berry puts a lot of strength in his serve to serve up another win.

Opponent Beavercreek Alter Colonel White Springboro Butler Carroll Fairb orn Miamisburg Wayne Alter Fairm ont

Junior Mark Farrell concentrates on his serve. Farrell and his partner, either Andy Rathweg or Chad Rupert, were the number one doubles team.

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Freshman John Synder returns a nice shot back to his opponents. Freshmen Synder and Jeff Michel hooked up for the number two doubles team. Freshman Michael Franchina slides into his slicing backhand.

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District Champions Regional Finalists The Eagle softball team had a very successful season, posting a 18-10 record. Not since 1979 had an Eagle softball team won the District title. But, it didn't end there. The team was also the Regional runner-up. This turned out to be the fourth District title won by a C-J varsity team this school year. The team had only four seniors who brought needed experience to the game. The hitting of Alicia Randolph and the pitching of Christy Bosticco, gave the Eagles a solid foundation to compete as one of the area's powerhouses. Christy's 10-4 pitching record was evidence that she was one of the area's best.

Softball is a demanding sport beginning in March and ending in early June. Therefore, many games are played under the scorching sun. This year's season was long and rigorous. Victories for the Eagles included those over Alter, Carroll and Princeton. The team also had to play three double headers against MacCauly, Mercy, and Amelia. The Eagles went into tournament as underdogs. However, they accomplished four victories before losing a close game to Northwestern. Christy Bosticco and Alicia Randolph were both named All-Area.

Firat row: Jenny Zaidain, Alicia Randolph, Beth Gladura, Amy Sloan, Lori Connell. Second row: Coach Jerry Puckett, Amy Plummer, Angie Cooper, Erin Bremer, Christy Bosticco, Jeanie King, Melanie Thade, Tina Brockman, Coach Joe Zaidain. Junior Amy Pummer looks for the signal from her coach to steal. Sophomore Angie Cooper is receiving some last minute advice in the pregame warm up.

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First row: Amanda Wharton, Meagan Bremer, Julie Goodrich, Emily Ivory, Gina Smith, Kara Mahoney, Melissa Norman, Jennifer Johnson, Julie Stackler. Second row: Tisha Vaughn , Kathleen Bunn, Emily Rougier, Dara Goecke, Shannon Hackett, Andi Dryer, Cari Schiml, Emily Ivory.

Softball Opponents Springfield South Carlisle Beavercreek National Trail West Carrollton Lebanon MacCauly (double header) MacCauly Alter Carroll Princeton Brookville Fairmont Alter Mercy (double header) Mercy Springboro Middletown Miamisburg Fairfield

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Sophomore Jenny Zaiden, the second baseman, warm s up her arm before the game. Junior Tina Brockman, the clean-up hitter, awaits a pitch in her strike zone.

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Baseball Sputters Team Plagued By Errors

The varsity baseball team had a season plagued by errors, averaging four per game, and ended with an 8-19 record . The season started out sluggishly by losing four games before beating Sidney 6-5 for their first win . Some of this season's highlights included three straight victories, including a 15 run victory over Patterson in which they batted .545 as a team, and a 6-2 victory over Valley View. The team showed signs of improvement by keeping the error totals at zero for the last two games of the regular season. But just as it started to improve, their season ended with

a close match against Eaton. Senior Scott Falkowski (middle right), also known as "Turtle," became the team MVP by pitching four of the team's eight victories and by striking out more batters than any other of the pitchers on the team while averaging only three walks over a seven inning game. Other awards: senior Andy Thomas received the Defensive Player of the Year award and was named Second Team All Area; junior Mike Goldschmidt received the Offensive Player of the Year award; and senior Chris Duffley received the Coach's Award.

Varsity Baseball: Coach Kavanaugh , Mike Goldschmidt, Aaron DeCamp, Gibby Vargo, Jacques Brose, Coach Boehmer, Doc Harsha, Mike Bardanaro, Brad Boehmer, Jason Mahoney, Andy Thomas, Chris Duffley, Brad Burris, Jeremy O' Neill, Brian Booher, Brad Daniel, Scott Falkowski , Andy Gitzinger, Ben Gibbs, Bobby Hieatt. Reaching into his glove, sophomore Bobby Hieatt prepares to make a throw. Seniors Andy Gitzinger, amd Andy Thomas, Coach Kavanaugh, and junior Jacques Brose watch the game unfold as they sit on the bench .

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Up at the plate, freshman Frank Castellano waits for the perfect pitch. Sophomore Jason Mahoney looks back at the runner after getting the force out at first .

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Districts 8 wins, 19 losses

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Derek Albert Dawn Amos Jousha Anderson Aaron Armstrong Natalie Arnold Rachel Axt Darnell Ayers

Jason Bacher Michael Bachey Anthony Badolato Lisa Bakaitis Steffen Baker Peter Bardonaro Brian Barnard

Raamen Bass Adrian Beach Donald Beaschler Matthew Benning Phillip Berwanger Courtney Blake Chad Boeke

Bryan Booher Marlena Borchers Tameka Bowser James Boyer Meagan Bremer Jeanine Brockman Stephen Brooks

In Like Lions With cries of, "We are Eagles!" and "We are C-J!", the freshman class rocked into the school this year with high expectations and proud spirit. Having the the largest class size may have accounted for this, but according to Frank Castellano and Roger Dixon: "We were waiting so long to get here, we just wanted to make the most of it." And admist a sea of blue and green, the freshmen were not timid at showing their spirit.

Roger Dixon pOints out the finer aspects of the school to his grade school sister.

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Dancing the last slow dance of the evening,Lisa Wenclewicz and Nathan Graham reminisce over the evening's events. Matt Irwin, finally comfortable as a freshman, props his feet up, reads the lesson plan, and sips some of his teacher'S coffee.

Tiffany Brown Kathleen Bunn Jonathan Burba Jason Carranza Melissa Carranza Francis Castellano Antoinette Cboins

Daniel Clawson Lesly Combs James Coyle Patrick Crosby Ray Curtis Curtis Cyran Danielle Davis

Heather Davis Karen Day Michelle DeLauer Cynthia Deems Paul Deters Roger Dixon Trina Downs

Andrea Dryer Kimberlie Dunn Karen Eder Scott Emrick Angie Ernst Tonya Espedal Cynthia Finley

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Michael Flanagan Rashan Ford Joseph Fourman Beth Fox Michael Franchina Hadd Francis Timothy Francis

Kjirsten Frank CeDric Freeman Debra Frei Kimberly Fricke Lori Gebhart Christopher George Jason Gianakopoulos

Meghan Gilson Roger Givens John Glaser Dara Goecke Jonathon Gohmann Renee Goldsteinz Peter Gomez

Brian Good Julie Goodrich Nathan Graham Twila Greathouse Acacia Greene Amy Greene Sukara Gregory

Thad Reinhard takes a break from some stressful reading material. Trading in her volleyball for a pencil, Beth Purcell writes her reflections for the day while on retreat at Emmanuel Church.

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With the weekend only fifty minutes away, Kyle Westcott and John Glaser find enough energy to make it through their last period class. Dustin Griffin Catherine Grzymajlo Shannon Hackett Heidi Hahn Jade Harris Jonathan Harris Brock Harry

Kevin Hartlage Clayton Hatton Timothy Hayes Gayle Hehemann Gregory Heinz Ryan Helwig Edward Hennessey

Amie Herbert Kelli Hobbs Jennifer Hochdoerfer Gabrielle Hogeland James Horning John Horvat Jermainne Huff

Reniquia Hughes Marianne Hunter Michael lannarino Matthew Irwin James Jacobson David Jang Benjamin Johnson

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Searching TOM the computer for information, Roger Dixon and Du stin Griffin find that starting their report s early will payoff with a good grade. Jennifer Johnson Meredith Johnson Michelle Johnson Charnell Jones Edwin Jones Brian Jordan Charles Jordan

Eric Kellum Aleasha Kelly Andrew Khavari Jamie Kinney Jacob Kitchener Cathy Klohe Paul Knisely

Timothy Knueve Krista Koeing. Stephanie Koeing David Kolakowski Amberly Kracus Ryan Kriegbaum Monica LaBriola

Beth Labadie Jeremy Landis Michael Laufersweiler Marvin Lee Jameaka Lewis Aimee Loun sberry Craig Love

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Maureen Ly Crystal Mahoney Kara Mahoney Jaimie Maner Emily Marcello Dia Mays Jeremy McDaniel

Sarah McDonald Daymian McGuire Joseph McLeod Montrez McMath Donald Melvin Jennifer Menker Molly Mercuri

Nathan Mercuri Jeffrey Michel Gina Miley Michael Miller Michael Moloney Lori Moorman Erin Murphy

Yusef Murphy Melissa Nartker Molly Nartker Benjamin Neace Todd Nerlinger Simone Nooks Stephen O'Neill

Michael lannarino displays his love of the Los Angeles Lakers, or is it just something to wear on retreat? Daniel Petroski, Benjamin Neace and Paul Deters experience some of the great tastes and enjoyable aspects of high school life at the Mother-Son Dinner Dance.

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Enjoying the quiet atmosphere of the library, Lori Moorman reads her book. One may ask "What is wrong with this picture?" But ask Josh Anderson, and he might say that a bath robe and an out of dress code shirt is alright, just as long as it's on Blood Donor Day.

Sarah Obach Mario Parisi Christie Pate Jo Ann Paulet Jason Pelphrey Donald Pendell Jeannine Peters

Daniel Petroski Kevin Pflum Theresa Prikkel Beth Purcell Brian Randolph Michael Raters Aric Raus

Wesley Reed Thad Reinhard Jason Richardson John Richardson Patrick Richey Emily Rougier Leslie Rucker

Sarah Sacksteder Cari Schiml Rebecca Schlangen Bryan Schroedel Luke Schultz Paula Seibert JaMaal Sibert

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Dena Sievering Shannon Simmons Stephen Sipos Lee Slone Gina Smith Tracey Smith Jonathan Snyder

Stacy Sobieski Aaron Sprowl Julie Stachler Jennifer Standridge Catherine Stang Brian Suhr Roshonda Taylor

James Thomas Jacqueline Trick Laurie Trick Steven Turner Christopher Unroe Steven Van Dyke Marisa Vittitow

Tien Vo Joel Walker Cara Watson Alicia Weber Lisa Wenclewicz Marcus Wendling Bjorn Wennerstrom

The former president and first lady visit algebra class via the "Ronnie and Nancy" slippers of Danielle Davis.

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Emily Wentland Kyle Westcott Amanda Wharton Mark Wheeler James White Joel Wicht man Elizabeth Wick

Amy Williams Carrie Wise Suzanne Wourms Katrina Wright Anne York Kevin Young Brian Zelip

Not Pictured: Leslie Collins Thomas Plummer Jeremy Riley

Jason Bacher and Adrian Beach look ready to tackle the supercat and universal machines used in the required freshman gym classes. Ready to respond, Heather Davis appears eager to add to the class discussion.

Mike Raters does not mind helping his friend Tim Knueve with the kink in his neck that has been bothering him all day. The Homecoming Dance gave freshmen the opportunity to experience the excitement of high school dances, and Gina Smith and Charles Jordan seem to enjoy their experience, despite their height difference.

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In the

Middle According to Kelly Martin, being a sophomore means getting to know many more people, no longer being a freshman, and being stuck in the middle of things. These second-year students are no longer freshmen, but they aren't classified as upperclassmen either. So what are they to do? This year sophomores let themselves be known through their participation in varsity sports and at academic functions such as the science fair and National Honor Society. Most of all, sophomores made it clear that "Hey, we will soon be juniors!" Paula Scolhorn shows her father a wonderful evening of dancing and dining. and in return she gets to spend quality time with someone she loves. John Adam Crystal Agee Christina Arnold Jennifer Askins Joseph August April Barnes Patricia Barry

Anne Bauer Christopher Bauer Paul Bettendorf Kathryn Beyer Derek Bolton Megan Borchers Chelsea Boston

Nicole Bremer Nicolette Brich Lahna Bronston Michael Brooks Amanda Brown Jason Burks Scott Burling

Dyorme Burns Brian Clark Shawn Clemmons DaShana Coleman Michael Collins Jonathan Connors Angie Cooper

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Chona Copeland Amy Cupp Bradley Daniel Robyn Danis Annjeanette Davis Rebecca Davis Katina Dawson

Emily Dierkers Albert Dix lynn Drees Ann Duckro Katherine Dudon Daniel Duffley Michael Dungan

Charles Ebbing Alonzo Edmonds Keri Edmondson Kisten Ellis Jason Engel Robert Fecke Brenda Finley

Carrie Finnegan Brian Fisher Belinda Flory Margaret Flynn Heather Fraser Sherri Frowein Terry Garlow

Looking through rolled paper, Brent Jenkins sees only a small perspective of what is around him which is parallel to what he has learned in this religion class. Promising that they will remember this night "Always and Forever," sophomore Tom Macleod and junior Monica Couser dance to the last song of the evening.

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Lending a helpling hand seems to be a pre-requisite for these sophomore girls who are lifting weights in gym class. Benjamin Gibbs Rebecca Gibbs Wendy Gilson Colleen Gorman Andrew Gough Paulette Grisby Amelia Grittani

Devon Grove Merritt Jeremy Hackenberg Jason Harris Keisha Harvey Aminda Heckman Matthew Hehemann Collin Heinz

Trevor Helwig Heather Hennessey Kimberlee Herbst Angela Hernandez Patrick Hesselbrock Robert Hieatt Andre Hoilette

Darnell Hoskins Eric Howard Marissa Huelsman Kimyon Huggins Erica Hurley Emily Ivory Joanna Jablonski

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Erik Jackson Jesse Jackson Angel Jang Joseph Jansen Brent Jenkins Amity Jetton Lionel Johnson

Brandie Jones Eldon Jones Jay Kang leandra Kennedy Esther Keyes Jeanine King Pete Kinney

Andrew Klosterman Michael Kosater Jason Kronenberger Jessica lake Brigit Lavin Tiana lee Joshua Liles

Chawna loges Theresa ly Thomas Macleod laura Mahle Jason Mahoney Dawn Margiotta Kelly Martin

With the clock tick-tocking the minutes away, Jay Kang makes a few minor alterations on his woodworking project.

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Excited about spending time alone with "good 01' dad," Erica Hurley dances with her father as she tries not to smash her corsage of carnations and baby's breath. Georganne Wolfe knows that good grades in English class is a necessity of becoming a junior and getting into college.

Brian McBarron Lisa McCray Michael McElroy Ramon Merritt Nicholas Merz John Moore Kelly Moore

Tianna Mudd Tonya Myers Martin Netherton Katherine Newman Jesse Noble Melissa Norman Rebecca Obach

Erron Orr Fredrick Pallant Sheila Palmer David Paxton Deborah Pickrel Roxann Plummer Homer Price

Martin Puterbaugh Dawn Quigley Elizabeth Raisor Karin Rath John Reboulet Andrew Rubey Bernadette Sacksteder

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Lori Sacksteder Kniyonka Scarborough Anna Scher bauer Colleen Schnell Paula Scothorn Brian Seitz Bryan Seitz

Crace Selvage Dawn Simonson Earnest Smith Brian Sortman Carol Spatz Benjamin Stelzer Erin Stouder

Heather Sutton Meghan Sweeney Liza Szmaj Franklin Tate Jonathan Trick Douglas Trimbach Joshua Vaughn

Christopher Vendely Toan Vo Susan Vuketich Justin Walker Matthew Walusis Mary Wantz Kevin Weckesser

Peggy Flynn, Christina Arnold, and Heather Fraser know that hard work mixed with a little bit of fun now and then is a must for them as students.

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Dressed in elegance, Kislin Ellis takes a few minutes to rest her tired feet after dancing non-stop at Prom. Shawn Clemmons listens as the instructions are given for woodworking's next masterpiece.

Melanie Weckesser Anthony Wenclewicz Star Weng Joseph Whitaker Dawn Wilkins Sarah Willhelm Cynthia Williams

Julius Williams Georganne Wolfe Wendy Wysong Jennifer Zaidaln Krista Zinkiewicz Shannon Zobrist Jennifer Zwiesler

Not Pictured: Audrey Cox JeWan Tinsley

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College Oilemas Junior year is a time for students to begin making decisions concerning college planning. "The reputation of the college's programs is important in making a choice," explains Bro. Grundish. Also, costs, distance from home, and "options" of the college need to be taken into consideration. Though the high school diploma is an immediate concern, planning where to get their college degree is their major dilema.

Knowing that good listening skills could be vital to their future, Kevin Landis and Cheryi Klohe look intently upon learning the history of America. Melissa Abner Bethani Allen Stefanie Badders Deanna Ballweg Michael Bardonaro Matthew Becker Brian Bensman

Victoria Bernardin Rachel Beyer Dawn Billings Jason Biser Michael Bittner Bradley Boehmer Paul Boesch

Kristin Borgerding Ann Brich Tina Brockman Jacques Brose Erin Brytus Brad Burris Adrienne Byrd

Lennard Combs Marianne Cooper Jeremy Cordes Randy Cotterman Monica Couser Tamiko Crouch Vincent Cyran

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Jennifer Dalton Aaron DeCamp Kimberly Dehner Jason Doerflein JoAnn Doss Anthony Douglas Hans Drexler

Jeffrey Duckro Kristin Emanuel Mark Farrell Colleen Fike Patricia Finkenstadt Rachel Finley Heather Fletcher

Willie Forest Traci Fox Erin Gallager Stephen Gebhart Stephen George Linda Gerard Brandon Gilliam

Mary Gladura Michael Goldschmidt Jill Gorman Kamal Gregory Lynne Gregory Heidi Grismer Angela Haines

Perparing for a test in American authors, junior Marvin Thomas reads over the key pionts of his book. Junior Jim Settich rubs his eyes from the intense study of his paintings in Art 3.

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Mike Bardonaro knows that to master the art of pen balancing, .you need good equilibrium, a strong upper lip, and a good sense of humor. Suzanne Hallum Matthew Holton Je'Ree Hamlet Begonia Harguindey Jason Harry Aimee Hartnagel Mary Harvey

Andru Heckman Jason Hill Shannon Hill Laura Hobbs Patrick Hoffman Ryan Howard Tiffany Huggins

Jessica Humble Dominic lannarion Kevin Ivory David Jackson Jennifer Jacobson Kregg Johnson Aaron Jones

David Jones Charmaine Joson Christina Kanak Jane Kauflin Todd Kier John Kitele Stephanie Kleinman

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Cheryl Klohe Lisa Knopp Jennifer Kopczynski Steven Kosak Kamarie Kovar Kevin landis Matthew laufersweiler

Christopher lee lars-Erik Lindstrom Shai Littlejohn Marianne lofty Scott logan Eileen ly Nathan lyons

Emily Macleod Michael Marshall Tiffany McGuire Adam Mcintyre John Meixner Eileen Menker Brenda Metzger

Robert Mlkalauskas Carlos Miller Monica Moell Nickolas Moerman Stephanie Morgan Lisa Morris Jeffrey Mullins

After stopping at her locker before her next class, Kristin Emanuel is ready to get back to her study hall. Acting as a walking billboard, Chris O'Shell advertises Subby's subs, salads and chili, and at the same time works on his project in Mechanical Drawing.

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Jessica Myers Cara Nealon Bradley Nelson Marc Nelson Cara Nolan Jeremy 0' Neill Christopher O'Sheil

Michael Osborne Nicole Paxton Sarah Payne Marc Pearson Roscoe Peters Amy Plummer Krisdan Potter

Kevin Preston Andrew Rathweg Bryan Rauch Davion Reed Santiago Redruello William Reichert Edward Rembert

David Richey Michelle Rigot Meia Robinson Teresa Ruff Jennifer Salas Mark Schapker Scott Schneider

Brad Boehmer, Kregg Johnson and John Kitele, come to life during a spirited question and answer session in Algebra .

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Juniors are finding that good grades are necessary in order to get into college, and that's why Cara Nolan is trying her hardest in her Math class. Confined to the library because of a broken ankle, Christopher Lee studies hard to keep up his grades.

Tonya Schroeder DuWayne Scott James Settich David Seubert San ita Shackleford Kelly Sichman Heather Sipe

Amy Sloan Emily Snyder Amy Sobieski Brian Spirk Brian Spitzer Colin Sullivan Rian Sullivan

Todd Sullivan Courtney Sumlin Deonda Talley Vincent Taylor William Teague Christopher Tesarz Melanie Thadd

M'arvin Thomas Elizabeth Thomerson David Turner Lisa Ulrich Gibby Vargo Tisha Vaughn Brandon Walker

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Library relearch il a mUlt for the required Forms of Composition class that Stephanie Kleinman and all juniors take. The drell code il all wet on Blood Bath Day according to Marc Nelson's shower apparel.

Robert Watson Joseph Wendling Benjamin Wenning William West Dan'elle Whorton RoShawn Winburn Barbara Wirring

Reuben Woods

Not pictured: Alejandro Garcia, Kimberly Smith, Tara Stokes.

Montgomery County Classes Jacob Hoop Steven Whipp

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Mrs. Arlene Adcock Mrs. Carol Askins Sr. Ruth Ann Bange Mrs. Paula Beach Mrs. Mary Berger Mrs. Barbara Boose Mrs. Michelle Braisted

Bro. Edward Brink Mr. James Brooks Mrs. Theresa Buerschen Mr. Edmund Cichanowicz Mrs. Linda Colas Mrs. Marilyn Craig Mrs. Janet Currin

Sr. Kimberly Dalgarn Mr. James Davis Mr. Timothy Dillon Mrs. Jacqueline Doerflein Mrs. Marcia Edwards Ms. Nancy Egbers Mrs. Laura Eloe

Ms. Nancy England Sr. Damienne Grismer Bro. William Grundish Bro. John Habjan Mrs. Barbara Hartings Mrs. Marguerite Heinz Mrs. Debi Hoersting

Real People As hard as this may seem, the faculty and staff have summer lives, just like the students that flock the halls. They, too, dream of times when they can be on vacation, without having to worry about writing lesson plans, grading tests, or writing detentions to their favorite class clown. Many take vacations with their families, or just enjoy the time off. So the next time it's overheard that teachers have no summer life, you can count on a teacher to come to the rescue to correct that stereotype. Yes. they are married. Mr. Jim Brooks and Ms. Marguerite Regan. are big hits as chaperones at the Homecoming Dance.

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It's lunch time for Mrs. Marilyn Kramer as she heats up the microwave and tunes in the radio. Ms. Marguerite Heinz and Sr. Damienne Grismer help out at the Senior Dinner Dance by crossing off names, flashing smiles, and giving warm welcomes and congratulations.

Mr. Thomas Hollo Mrs. Virginia Holmes Mrs. Mary Ann Huber Sr. Christine Hucik Mrs.. Leslie lannarino Ms. Catherine Joefreda Mr. Zavaan Johnson

Mr. Kevin Kavanaugh Mrs. Cheryl Kayser Mrs. Dianne Koehler Mrs. Marilyn Kramer Mrs. Shirley Kuchta Mrs. Patricia Lawrence Sr. Susan Lindstrom

Mrs. Catherine McCrabb Mr. John McDermott Mr. Daniel Meixner Mrs. Rosemarie Meyet Ms. Ann Meyers Ms. Elizabeth Naughton Mrs. Amy O'Connor

Mr. Matthew O'Neill Mrs. Ruth Pikell Mr. Edward Regan Ms. Marguerite Regan Mr. Antonio Ricciuto Mr. Ronald Ru sso Ms. Molly Schmitz

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., Mr. Joseph Staley Mrs. Anne Tant Mr. Dennis Thomas Mrs. Kathleen Turner Mrs. Diane Wagner Mr. Theodore Wallace Mrs. Mary Walter

Mrs. Marcia Wayman Mrs. Marjorie Weaver Sr. Bernice Weilbacher Mr. Charles Weimert Mr. Donald Weimert Mrs. Charlene Wheeler Mr. John Zaidain

Not Pictured: Mr. Quintin Gaddis Mrs. Nancy Grillot Mr. Charlie Hollis Ms. Terri McLaughlin Ms. Donna Stroud Mrs. Lori Wantz Bro. Robert Wiethorn Ms. Diana Wightman

Ms. Ann Meyers jump-ropes her way to the finish line for the faculty's team at one of the fall pep rallies.

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Seniors Seniors/U5

Stacey Applegate

Jeannette Beer

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Amy Askins

Andrew Berry

Christopher Alfano

LaDale f-lien

Paul Allen

Christopher Anticoli

Christopher Baker

Melanie Batey

Amy Bettendorf

Eric Borchers

Christine Bosticco

Erin Bremer

Stefan Brenner

Jason Brich

William Bryant

Jennifer Brinkman

Scott Brinkman

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Brian Eaglin

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Eric Henry

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Donna Kenny

Nahseam Khavari

Bryan Kim

Anita Koesters

Aaron Kohler

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Brian Kramer

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Patrick Liebert

Gina Mack

Stephen Mann

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Chris McGuire

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Michelle Michel

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Greg Mills

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Joseph Newlin

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Christopher Pflum

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Dione Rucker

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Shawn Sipos

Anthony Smith

Kevin Sullivan

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Robin Taylor

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In Retrospect

Senior year was definitely the fastest paced and most exciting year. As we look back, what we will remember about high school? How about a list of memories that we can all relate to in one way or another. Let's start with Mr. Kavanaugh, prom, football, chearleading, the state finals for basketball, beating Alter, taking the SAT / ACT's, applying for college, the Mother / Son and Father / Daughter dances, geometry, staying up late to type papers, getting "married" in religion class, senioritis, Donbo and Spambo, Sr. Damienne, senior trip to Washington, retreat ,Baccalaureate Mass, and graduation.

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Together at a Distance

On the hot, breezy evening of June 6, 1991, the class of '91 celebrated mass together for the last time as a class at Emmanuel Church . Father Denny Gatto joined with the faculty, students and families to celebrate C-J's faith commitment. The mass was planned and coordinated by the senior officers and Ms. Elizabeth Naughton. The theme "Together at a Distance" manifested itself in Father Denny's homily. The homily focused on the ties that a class has after they depart on their respective journeys in life and how those friendship bonds must be strengthened and renewed throughout the years to come.

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On June 7, 1991 , 167 seniors, parents and teachers converged on Memorial Hall to be a part of the 18th Commencement Exercise of Chaminade-Julienne. Beth Tompkins, Senior Class President, began the ceremony by welcoming everyone and thanking all of the people who had a part in helping the seniors to get to this point. Theodore Wallace, Executive Director, took the seniors down memory lane as he highlighted some of the memorable events that took place during their four years at C-J. Denise Platfoot gave the closing address in which she thanked families, friends, and teachers for their support and guidance.

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Student Council 1991

I ,, Chris Baker, President; Sheila Martin, Spirit Committee; Kendra Jackson, Treasurer; Colleen Fike, Vice-President, Monica Couser, Social Committee; Andrew Rathweg, Treasurer

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C-J in Review Shaw Award - one of nine high schools in Ohio for 80% Superior rating at the State Science Fair. Started a Student Assistance Team for education and intervention for chemical abuse and other family related problems. Ranked excellent on all ten categories on school environment inspection by Montgomery Health Department. Student retreats were well attended and very meaningful. Student Pastoral Team prepared beautiful Christmas, Easter, and all other school services. Key Club sponsored 13 Dayton area families at Christmas. Operation "Desert Eagle" was conducted by the students to support the men and women in the Gulf War. Two school plays, including " Annie," were performed before large crowds. Our "young" Computer Club finished third in the Hewlett Packard contest in Cleveland in their first attempt. The school newspaper "The Spirit" received a "First Class" rating from the National Scholastic Press Association. The Men's Basketball Team finished as State Runnerup. The Women's Soccer Team finished in the top eight in the state (with one senior), and the Volleyball Team was District Champions again! The Foreign Language Club sponsored a Language Week in the school that included morning prayer in a different language each day and a culture quiz that included student and faculty participants.

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Paxton, Nicole 12, 51, 73, 108 Payne, Sarah 51, 32, 45, 61, 74, 108 Pearson, Marc 50, 108 Pelphrey, Jason 94 Pendell, Donald 94 Perry, Gordon 142 Peters, Jeannine 94 Peters, Roscoe 30, 48, 108 Petroski, Daniel 94 Pflum, Chris 32, 38, 48, 49, 142 Pflum, Kevin 59, 94 Pickrel, Debbie 51, 60, 61, 74, 101 Pickrel, Joseph 142 Plattoot, Denise 142 Plummer, Amy 55, 82, 108 Plummer, Karen 54, 142 Plummer, Roxann 101 Plummer, Thomas 96 Pollard, Aaron 142 Pope, Jennifer 36, 142 Potter, Krisdan 108 Powers, Gina 73, 143 Preston, Kevin 108 Price, Homer 101 Prikkel, Patrick 36, 143 Prikkel, Terry 46, 46 Pultz, Michael 24, 143 Pummer, Amy 82 Purcell, Beth 54, 55, 90, 94 Puterbaugh, Martrin 71, 101 Qligley, Dawn 51, 60, 75, 61, 101 Raisor, Elizabeth 46, 101 Randolph, Alicia 82 Randolph, Brian 94 Raters, Michael 94 Raters, Mike 96 Rath, Karin 45, 46, 47, 51, 101 Rathweg, Andrew 42, 51, 108 Rauch, Bryan 58, 108 Raus, Aric 47, 50, 94 Reboulet, John 101 Redd, Devon 71 Redruello, Santiago 58, 108 Reed, Davion 108 Reed, Wesley 24, 46, 94 Rehling, Chris 37, 38, 39, 44, 49, 143 Reichert, Bill 51, 76, 108 Reid, Renee 50, 73, 143 Reinhard, Thad 67, 90, 94, 85 Rembert, Ed 71, 108 Richardson, Jason 50, 94 Richardson, John 94 Richey, David 12, 108 Richey, Patrick 94 Rigot, Michelle 12, 36, 69, 108 Riley, Jeremy 96 Riordan, Keenan 143 Risko, Paul 143 Robinson, Meia 108 Rocia de Isasa 36 Rougier, Emily 83, 94 Rubey, Andrew 101 Rucker, Dionne 10, 36, 50, 143 Rucker, Leslie 94 Ruff, Heath 143 Ruff, Teresa 61, 108 Rupert, Chad 143 Russell, Jennifer 51, 143 Sacksteder, Bernadette 46, 47, 49, 101

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Sacksteder, Lori 45, 47, 48, 102 Sacksteder, Mary 39, 44, 47, 49, 51, 143 Sacksteder, Sarah 46, 47, 49, 94 Salas, Jennifer 108 Scarborough, Kniyonka 102 Scarpelli, Teresa 39, 49, 50, 143 Schaefer, Jenny 51, 37, 143 Schapker, Mark 45, 108 Scher bauer, Anna 49, 102 Schiml, Cari 83, 94 Schindler, Daniel 44, 144 Schlangen, John 36, 144 Schlangen, Rebecca 94 Schneider, Scott 37, 44, 48, 49, 51, 108 Schnell, Colleen 75, 102 Schrodel, Eric 14 Schroedel, Bryan 94 Schroeder, Tonya 109 Schultz, Luke 59, 94 Schulz, Maria 36 Scot horn, Paula 44, 97, 102 Scott, DuWayne 109 Seibert, Paula 94, 73 Seitz, Bryan 102 Selvage, Crace 71, 102 Settich, James 51, 109 Seubert, Dave 71, 109 Shackleford, San ita 109 Sibert, JaMaal 94 Sibert, LaMarc 144 Sichman, Kelly 31 , 49, 50, 51 , 109 Sievering, Dena 95 Simmons, Shannon 95 Simonson, Dawn 55, 102 Sipe, Heather 45, 51, 109 Sipos, Shawn 144 Sipos, Stephen 95 Sloan, Amy 30, 51 , 61, 82, 109 Slone, Lee 59, 95 Smith, Anthony 144 Smith, Earnest 102 Smith, Ernie 71 Smith, Gina 73, 83, 95, 96 Smith, Kim 51, 73 Smith, Kimberly 110 Smith, Tony 76 Smith, Tracey 20, 95 Snyder, Emily 12, 30, 51 , 69, 109 Snyder, Jonathan 95 Sobeski, Amy 30, 109 Sobieski, Stacy 95 Sortman, Brian 102 Spatz, Carol 102 Spirk, Brian 58, 109 Spitzer, Brian 109 Sprowl, Aaron 95 Stachler, Julie 83, 95 Standridge, Jennifer 95 Stang, Catherine 95 Stelzer, Ben 77, 102 Stokes, Tara 110 Stouder, Chris 25, 62, 63 Stouder, Erin 72, 75, 102 Suhr, Brian 49, 59, 95 Sullivan, Colin 109 Sullivan, Kevin 37, 64, 65, 144 Sullivan, Rian 109 Sullivan, Todd 24, 30, 32, 64, 109 Sumlin, Courtney 31, 109 Sutton, Heather 54, 102

Sweeney, Meghan 51, 102 Szmaj, Liza 72, 102 Talley, Deonda 12, 109 Tate, David 51, 58 Tate, Franklin 102 Taylor, Janine 144 Taylor, Robin 144 Taylor, Roshonda 50, 46, 95 Taylor, Vincent 109 Teague, William 109 Tesarz, Chris 37, 59, 109 Thade, Melanie 2, 54, 82, 109 Thomas, Andy 14, 29, 70, 71, 84, 144 Thomas, James 95 Thomas, Laura 43, 144 Thomas, Marvin 76, 109 Thomerson, Elizabeth 109 Tinsley, JeWan 103 Tompkins, Beth 43, 65, 73, 144 Trammel, Mike 33, 50, 45, 47 Trick, Jacqueline 95 Trick, Jennnifer 144 Trick, John 71 , 102 Trick, Laurie 95 Trimbach, Douglas 102 Trimmer, David 58, 144 Turner, Dave 67, 109 Turner, Steve 59, 95 Ulrich, Lisa 109 Unroe, Chris 49, 95 Unrow, Chris 39 Van Dyke, Lisa 144 Van Dyke, Steven 95 Vargo, Gibby 28, 76, 84, 109 Vaughn, Joshua 71 , 102 Vaughn, Tisha 42, 83, 109 Vendely, Christopher 102 Vittitow, Marisa 44, 50, 95 Vo, Tien 95 Va, Toan 102 Vuketich , Chrissy 54, 145 Vuketich, Suzy 31, 34, 61, 51, 102 Wade, Heather 54, 145 Walendzak, Michael 37, 58, 59, 145 Walker, Brandon 48, 51, 71, 109 Walker, Joel 47, 95 Walker, Justin 31, 77, 102 Walusis, Kerry 145 Walusis, Matthew 77, 102 Wantz, Heather 34, 55 Wantz, Mary 102 Watkins, Angela 51 , 145 Watson, Cara 95 Watson, Robert 39, 49, 51, 44, 49, 110 Webb, Chris 2, 37, 38, 43, 44, 49, 145 Weber, Alicia 4, 95 Weckesser, Kevin 77, 102 Weckesser, Melanie 75, 103 Wenclewicz, Anthony 103 Wenclewicz, Lisa 89, 95 Wendling, Joseph -58, 110 Wendling, Marcus 59, 85, 95 Weng, Beth 74, 145 Weng, Star 34, 74, 75, 103 Wennerstrom, Bjorn 95 Wenning, Benjamin 110 Wentland, Emily 96 Wescott, Kyle 64 West, William 48, 110

Westcott, Kyle 91 , 96 Wharton, Amanda 83, 96 Wheeler, Mark 85, 96 Whipp, Steven 110 Whirring, Barb 12, 110 Whitaker, Joseph 103 White, James 64, 96 Whiteman, Joel 85 Whorton, Dan'elle 31, 46, 49, 110 Wichtman, Joel 96 Wick, Elizabeth 96 Wilkins, Dawn 44, 103 Willhelm, Sarah 48, 55, 103 Williams, Amy 30, 96 Williams, Cynthia 103 Williams, Julius 6, 34, 77, 103 Wills, Eric 25, 76, 145 Winburn, RoShawn 1 W Wise, Carrie 73, 96 Wissman, Christopher 145 Wittman, Nick 33, 5~, 71 , 145 Wolfe, Georganne 55, 101, 103 Woods, Reuben 50, 110 Wourms, Andrew 58, 145 Wourms, Suzanne 44, 47, 50, 96 Wright, Jason 36, 145 Wright, Katrina 96 Wysong, Wendy 103 Yantis, Deanna 145 Yawn, Charlie 71, 33, 70,: 145 York, Anne 96 Young, Kevin 96 Zaidain, Jenny 6, 82, 83, 103 Zelip, Brian 96 Zeyen, Alissa 44, 51 , 145 Zinkiewicz, Krista 34, 44, 103 Zobrist, Heather 61, 145 Zobrist , Shannon 61, 75, 103 Zwiesler, Jennifer 51 , 73, 103

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Mrs. Joefreda' s Physiology Class

The Yearbook Staff Congratulates Sr. Damiennel We Never Stop Learning

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Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1991