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Above: Kurt Hess '09 scrambles for a big gain against Roger Bacon to set up a touchdown.

Above: Patrick Bruggeman '09 looks to step the Fenwick offense.

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Above: Dedrick Gcxklard '09 looks to make a big play against McNick.

Back row: Kurt Hess, Dedrick Goddard, Alex Kauth, Cory Adams, Mike Rail!, Patrick Bruggeman, Isaiah Cordell Front Row: Jesse Ward, Mike Ruff, Matt Miller, Adrian Warfield, Andy Heck

Left: Patrick Bruggeman '09 hold<; and Alex Kauth '09 kicks the game winning field goal agairnt McNick.

Right Matt Miller' 09 and J.T.Johnson '11 line up on defense against Roger Bacon.


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Field goals and blocked kkks led the football team to three victories by the narrowest of margins, one point. It was senior night, the first ever orange out, and not to mention playing rival Carroll. With CJ holding on 14-7, Carroll scored with: 0:54 seconds left, and that is when it happened. With the focus on Laron Brown '10, Anthony Curtis '10 snuck through and blocked the extra p:>int, sealing the victory 14c 13. The Eagle; football team brought out a new look to the f~kI this season with brand nEW Adidas unifoITlli. Along with unifonns came a major schedule change. Instead of opening with long time foe and rival Northmont, the Eagles opene:l with a nEW foe, the Troy Trojarn. 1he Eagles were led by their quarterback Kurt Hess â&#x20AC;˘ 09 , who is entering his third year as the starter. Other key players who had big years were safety Patrick Bruggeman '09, kicker Alex Kauth '09, offensive linemen]esse Ward '09 and Andy Heck '09 and wide roceiver Luon Brown '10. All of these players made huge pJa)S to lead the team to victories this season. Although the Eagles ultimate goal was to make the playoffs, they ended up coming up short with a 6-4 reoord. In the high sight of it all, they did play one of the hardest schedules in Ohio. As Mike Ruff '09 said, "PRating Carroll tht; year made our season ba:arnewe haven't beat them in two years."

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They get evelYone involved at the games, especially our varsity cheerleaders.

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I' 'il· I, Each class showed how unified they were as the Seniors wore orange, Juniors wore white, Sophomores wore gray, and Freshmen wore yellow. (Left) Monica Baker,Jose Arias, Carson Williams, Andy Heck, and Kate Cronin, all of '09, work on their peace flags.

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II, " I It was a blast from the past as everyone stepped back into time on this day. Styles fhat faded away wifh time were brought to life and students wore their outfits wifh similing faces. Poodle skirts, leather jackets, afra;, leggings and lots of other styles were represented. Emily Striebich '09 and Lauren Titus '09 (right) demonstrates the spirit of the 60s wifh peace sigus and tie-dye shirts .

Different shoes. Plaid bottoms with striooil~~:::-"''''''' went as students carelessly threw [ogether and looked their tackiest. (Left) 'U111~'lV1<JW crazy as they pose in their 1C11,'II'11

After having to dress crazy, it was now time to see the preppy side of everyone. Polos, sweaters, slacks, dress shirts, and ties could all be seen, and it looked as if any student could get into any country club they wanted to. (Left) Andy Heck, Zak Hadaway, and Katie Bush all of '09 present themselves very nicely in their preppy attire.

spirit day. Blue and green incfl of the hallways as knee high face paint covered the bodies , Counter Cjo,ckwiSe)-Bn'.Q!1l~Jnsorr, Prince, and Dan Perez, all WCd!tU1<JC and green in Mrs. Downer's


The teachers' unity i ~~~,&__-~ ~~:::in roo, and here Mr. Staehler shows off a superhero pose. (Right) jelSica Yaney '09 and Kat~ Bush '09 proudly wear their orange. ~;;;;;;t

(Left) Patrick Bruggeman '09 demonstrates his pre-game stretches in his old school basketball uniform.

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(Below) Dan Marrinan, Sam Rose, and Charlie Ijaci<SOl1"all of '09, looked very mismatche:i :l'; they pose for a picture betwren classes.

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(Right) Reboo:aRutt~, Madeline Quill, Zoe Lang, and Emily OlnNed, all of '09, have a ton of Eagle pride!

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Front (IrR) Coach Spitzig, Clarke Cra'llford, Jacque Horzer, Daniel\<o Johnson, Lizzie Gleason, Racr-el Collins, Mary Kate Carrigg, Caroline Plaopohl, Christina Chabali, Coach Ml)Oller Back (IrR) Anna W~rer, Jackie Ne"'1lort, Katie Bush, Taylor Beyerle, Mog I.efeld, Teresa Sparel

Women's Team Shines at League, While Men's Team Rebuilds This mon,OlQminaie Julienne hal their first CI(liS couniry an lrogue Champion, junior lizlie Qea;on Cther oo:omplmment indudOO senior Tajior ~erle making first team an and freshman Milly Kate Carri'll rOO!iving Honorable Mention Aproud moment for the ludy Ea<jes was when dl ",en vaoity runners rOO!ivoo l"rsonai remrds at the l.lstrtd M",t Both the mens and WOIl'Rris team had a ~t of new runners this yoor that improvoo throughout the moo and are ready tolood the team tosuaps; next yoor. The mens team ~st five senil~ last year, dl that were on vaoity. The teanJs only senior, J"" Artus, provid€d strong loodeciJip with the new poi of ~ After ayoor of rebuiltlng, the team will "' ready to take on the mmJ"lition next year.

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Christmas Dance a Fun Way to Celebrate the Season "Mistletoe Kisses" was the theme for the dance, which was held on De::ember 12 at eleIYone's favorite place, The Greek Orthodox Church. The dance was an exciting night for the freshmen since it was their first dance at CJ. The Christmas Dance this year was a special night for eleIYone, especially the seniors. Midway through the dance, the song "Viva la Vida" came on, which led to the seniors circling up to honor classmate, Lucas Pfander. Nathan Constable '09 aod Patty Arnold '09 were crowned King and Queen of the dance, while Alex Talib and Kayla Sauve were the senior representatives.

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"Mistletoe Kisses" Christmas Dance Court Freshmen: Dominic Genovesi and Morgan Coffey Sophomores: Cody Burke and Cannen Brooks Juniors: Scott Lambert and Meghan Lefeld Seniors: Alex Talib and Kayla Sauve King and Queen: Nathan Constable and Patty Arnold

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Back Row: Nathan Jackson, Coach William Mccuddy, Alex Treadway, Gina Harrington, Randy Leik 4th Row: cody Burke, Daniel Striebich, Chandani Harjani, Tori Kreitzer, Megan pierce, Mackenzie Aughe, Lauren Gough, KayJie Doman 3rd Row: Lauren Porter, Madeline Kaminski, Christina Chabali , Cora Harrison, Katheryne Austin, Brooke Place, Lizzie Gleason, Bridget McCormick 2nd Row: Dan Marrinan, chartes Jackson, Ben Quinttus, Becca Rougier, Jessica Yaney, Emily Striebich, Jose Mias, Emily Jackson Front Row: Penn sadd, Zak Hadaway, David Kracirtk, Jeff MCQuiston, Emily Olmsted, Taylor Beyerle, Alicia Gomez, Elizebeth Grigg, Lisa Treadway, Madeline Quill

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~niorNight Senior night was an emotional and exciting time for the CJ swim team. Every member of the swim team proudly wore orange, the color of their beloved teammate Lucas Pfander. The seniors were honored in front of family, friends, and spectators a reading of their achievements and college plans by Coach Alex Treadway. At end of the readings, Coch Treadway read a special bio, followed by a moment of , iI""nr.<=o to honor Lucas. Although the entire swim team felt a void of where Lucas' cheerful and smiling face was missing, his presence was felt at every swim meet. There was no doubt he was there behind every swimmer, watching every race, cheering on the Eagles.

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There were many highlights over the 2008-2009 swimming season. Many records were broken, personal bests met, and many hard earned victories. But the biggest accornplishrnent of the season was the boys 200 freestyle relay rnaking it to the state charnpionship rneet. The relay conssted of seniors Charlie Jackson, Zak Hadaway, Ben Quinttus, and David Kracirik. This is the first relay tearn to rnake it to state in the history of CJ swirnrning. The first day back in the pool after GCl's, the relay tearn started a saying with the coaches,"The Road to State." Every day the tearn would corne in and write a big" Road to State" and the nurnber of the day on the practice board. When asked about the relay, senior Ben Quinttus said, "I'rn really proud of the tearn. We made it to state and had no club swirnrners on the relay, which is a huge a=ornplishrnent." Senior David Kracirik had this to say about the relay, "I'rn so proud of the guys, we rnade it to state! We never lost sight of our goal and practiced our hardest every day." The Girls tearn finished the year out strong by qualifying for distfcts in the 200 free relay, conssting of Taylor Beyerle '09, Katheryne Austin '11, Usa Treadway '09, and Ernily Jackson '09. Usa Treadway also qualified indivuidually in her 100 breaststroke.


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This se<ron the men strLqjkod to find a rythym as thEy were only able tofinish 7路11, gJing 7路7agDnst en teams. Amidst their seven wins, the men were able to beat Alter both time; thEy played

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An Eagle Soars to State! Shannon D;Witt '10 and her amazing bowling skills took her all the wrfj to the State Championship this year, where she finished in 11th piace. She also wrn able to grab the number one sJXll in Ga:L with an avera!f of 199.1 pins, making it the stl:ond straight year a Lady Engle wrn firit in the league. As a team, the ladies IJ'tformed to a 13-4 ra:ord and went 9-4 in the league. They were also able to finish 3rd out of the 8teams in the Ga:L tournament.

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made andofseveral oflhe playersteam werehave leaders 1categories. i ' Members the Eaglffi baseball a lotin won the GeL Player of the Year, making it the first time Along with his award, Mike also had some impressive slats with .513. Todd Barhorst '10 led the team with 4 home runs and Mike Raiff '09 W82 3. Ch ris Bruckman's '(J) impressive 58 strikeouts led the team and also landed him aspot on GCLFirst Team along with Mike Raiff '09, David Schwendeman '09, and Chris Poelking '10 . Todd and Bobby Richardson '09 made Second Team. k; for the season, the Eagles wen t 7-11, going 4-6 in the GCL. Although it was an improvement from last year, the team had some rough spots during the season. They lost their first five games and even lost both times to Alter. Things began to look up towards the end of the year when the Eagles won their first three games in May. Theyblew out Thurgood Marshall in the first postseaon game before losing to Franklin in the second game. WJ$

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League Titles and State Appearances for Track Team Both the men's team and the women's team had great seasons this year The girls captured the GGCL title, which contributed to beating Alter for the All Sport Trophy, while the men were Divison II District Runners-Up. Both teams had runners compete at the State Meet. Lizzie Gleason' 10 and Heisha Hardings '09 qualified individually. The men had two relays qualify, consisting of Aaron Stokes' 11, Laron Brown' 10, Bryan Cain' 11 , Galen Curry' 10, Kamal Shafeek '09, and Darian Reynolds' 12. Bryan Cain qualified in the 300 hurdles and placed seventh in the state. Laron Brown qualified in the 400 and also placed seventh. It was a great season for C] Track & Field.

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walked onto the court on senior night . Both fans and players were clad head to toe in orange in support of their fallen Eagle, Lucas pfander. The game was one of the most exciting of the season. The Eagles took on the Fairmont Firebirds. Both teams

played extremely well. The Eagles lost the first game, then came back to win the next two. CJ lost in the fourth game, but after an exciting pep talk from the

coaches in the huddle before the fifth game, the Eagles played hard with emotion and ferocity and came back to win the fifth game. After the final point , the team went crazy and collapsed into a well deserved huddle of celebration. Senior David Kracirik remembers senior Dan Marrinan telling him on the bench, "Come on, let's do this one for Lucas!" The Eagles continued on with an outstanding season and fought their way into the state volleyball tournament. The Eagles played the defending state champions Hoban High School in the semi-finals and never gave up, but were defeated after battling for 5 games. The team was upset after losing a very close match, but every team member played their hardest, so there were no regrets.

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Sam Raiff '10 sham; her talent on the piano. "Which one of the dreadful little March girls are you?" "I'm dreadful Beth."

Grace Pera '09, Sam Raul '10, and Rebecca Ruttle '09 get ready to take the stage together as Amy March, Beth March, and Jo March.

The CJ sk:q2 willl1€ver be the f£ll1le ~ to the cast of ''Uttle Women" 00:alli'e of all the Jremories shamI. The cast of "little Women" was a group of out5tanding talent. HI have never in my life seen such amazing determination and hard work in a cas~ Director Mr. Davis said. "The girls had such great H

chemistry together and you would think they might actually be sisters. Well, two of them were." REbecca Ruttle playoo Jo March, the second o[de5~ a tomboy and very opinionatOO sister, while Rachel Ruttle playoo Meg March, the hopeless romantic who finds her perfect match in John Brook playoo by Greg Schwab. Next in the order comes Beth March played by Saman tha Raiff. Beth is the moot caring and

sweet of the sisters and the mest mother-like to them. Amy (playoo by Graoo Pera) \VanlS fine things and wants to be high in society - everything that her rich, upstanding Aunt March (played by Carrie Meixner) wants JOto 00 , Their sof~ understanding mother is played by Maggie Ryan, Marmee March, whose hmband is off at war, misses him dearly while she is "Here Alone," Wh en Theodore Laurence the 3rd (played by Joe Ferneding) moves in with his hard old grandfather (played by Trevon Carter), he tells Jo that he loves that she is differen t and insists that she take a chance on me, The story begins with Jo March in 1866 wanting to be a published writer, When she receives criticism from Professor Bhaer, played by Anthony Royster, she has a flashback of her old life in Concord, Her flashback includes memories of her mother, her friend Laurie, and her three sisters Meg, Beth, and Arrr/. They promise to be together forever, but that changes when Meg gets engaged through the song of "More Than I Am" sung to say that MegmakesJohn Brook more than he could ever be alone. Amy travels the world. She goes to New York to become a writer and soon has to retum because her sister Beth is deathly ill. They say their tearful good byes when Beth sings asong about how "Some Things Are Meant to Be" Beth tells Jo that she's lived her whole life 10YingJo, and it's time to let her go. The death of her sister was devastating, but the memories of her sisters inspired her to write "Little Women." Mriy comes home and JO learns that she and Laurie are engaged. To Amy and Laurie it was "The Most Amazing Thing" When the profe.;:sor comes to see Jo, he tells her he loves her and our story ends with his propoo:al. The story, however, did not end for the CJ cast. After the show, cast member SamRaiffwas taken aside by a director from Dayton Playhouse and asked to audition for "Bye Bye Birdie," and she recievoo the lead role. Raiff says, "I will never forget Little Women, The best memories I have of CJ are from this show. I grew closer to a lot of peep Ie and now they're some ofmyb85t friends," The ending is nowhere near for Rooeoca Ruttle who will be attending Northwestern to study musical theatre, The r85t of the cast has many more sho\W to perform on the CJ stage and hopes that next year will 00 as good as this year, k> director) 00 Watley says, "The talent in this show was amazing, I' ve seen many shows at CJ, and there has never been a ootter show than Little Women, Period, "

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Rains, Rebecca 79 Rainwater, Zachary 79 Ramirez, Areli 98 Ramirez, Mayra 79, 80 Rayford,}ormar2, 3, 31, 37, 106, 161, 177 138,160,166,195 Razamkas, John 80 Perez, Daniel 34, 55 Razamkas, Thomas 140, 192 Perkins, Aaron 39, 105, 161 Reagan, Peg 25 Perkins, Susan 45, 55 Regper, Christoprer 106 Persons, Christoprer 79, 88 Redinger, Richard 80 PeErs, Dalynn 5, 111, 115, 119, 139, 149, Reis. Rebecca 55 161,167,173,174,176,199 Rendon,pica 73,119,140,159,166,199 PeErson, Breanna 150 Renrer, Elexm 55, 89 PeErson, Catl-erire 3, 79, 88, 89 Reuter, Anre 67, 80 Pezo, Aimee 118, 139, 177, 182, 197 Reyes-Lang, Alexandra80 Pfanrior, Lucas 139 Reynolds, Darian 55, 88, 89 Prelps, Amy 13 Reynolds, Seanice 78, 80 hkenbrock, Mattrew 23, 42, 105 Reynolds, Sharon 55 hkenbrock, Mich::€l 70, 105, 181, 197 Ricciuto, Tony 16, 17 hrce, Megan 21, 55 Richard, Lindsay 80 h rce, Scott 21 Richardson, Bobby 5, 20, 111, 149, 171, Pinson, Breonna 34, 55 173,176,180,192 Pitts, Charity 106, 165 Richardson, Robert 8, 9, 66, 140, 195 Pitts.Jacob 123, 139, 149, 165, 202, 203 Robillard, Emily 55 Place, Brooke 106, 151 Robinson, Angelica 113 Plake, William 55 Robison, khley47, 66, 120, 140, 149, 167, Plaspohl, Carolire 3, 43,106,190 190,198,202,203 P)oiman, Kathleen 14, 46, 47, 98, 115, 121, Rogers,Jasmire 106 139,168,174 Rogier, Rebecca 191 Plummer, Megan40, 106, 163, 183 Rohrer, Tyler 80 PC€lking, Christoprer 105, 106, 181, 190, Roland, Anna 55 197 Rolfe, Liam 42, 80,196 Pollard, Brittanie 89,139,149,161, 191 Rose, Nathan ~ 139, 55 POj:€, Corwin 5, 88,114,139,172 Rose, Samaol8, 9, 17, 35, 115, 119, 140, PorEr, Chyna 102,113,175 163,188 PorEr.Jacob 55 Rosenbauer, Nathaniel 106 PorEr, Joseph 8, 9, 34, 42, 55, 196 Ross,}orel106 PorEr, Lauren 50, 106, 157, 160 Ross, Kevin 80 Postigo, Elizabeth 106 Rougier, Rebecca8, 45, 68, 69, 114, 140 Potter, Courtrey 79 Rougier, Zachary 55 Potts, Eric 55 Rowland, Shar::€ 23, 106 Potyrala, Clare 55 ROYSEr, Anthony88, 89, 95, 110, 141, 152, Pred ~ ri, Kevin 12 164,166,194,200 Prentice, Sean 55 Ruby, Julius 80 Prince, Chayse 79, 148 Ruff, llim.rd 39, 56 Prince, Natalie 34, 55, 185 Ruff, Linrhoy 8, 40, 41, 114, 141, 171, 173. P)'f€r, Mich::€1106 174, 183


Ruff, Mich::€117, 30, 66, 110, 119, 141, 182 Ruffolo, Angela 16, 17, 151 RUPf€r~ John 106 RllS&ll, Mich::€l80 RllS&ll, Miesha 106,157 Ruttle, Racrel80, 94, 95 Ruttle, Ret€cca35, 51, 95, 121, 122, 141, 160,166,193 Ryan, M:Jf':gie 50, 67, 80

Sp:J1)Ol, Tere;a4, 5, 9, 37, 43,105,106,174 Sparrow,Jim 16 Spres, Samuel 56 Spitzig, Goorge 42,106 Sponarski, Melissa 106,148,165 Sraj, Lindsay 2, 81, 148 Stachler, Bill 35 Staley,JC€ 16, 17, 60, 63, 190 Staley, John 56 Staley,Joseph 62, 63, 106, 110, 163, 181 Stamf€r, Rachel 2, 3, 56 Stark;, Micah 56 Saad, Penn44, 68, 69, 111, 121, 141, 160, Steffan,Janine 106 179,191 Steffan, Nico)o 81 Sack;terior, Paul 106 Steprens, Paul 56 S:Jf':er, Co!)'56 Steprey, Kyra5, 6, 15, 98, 110, 115, 122, Sargen~ Hayrion80 6 142,149,154,166,182,191 Sargen~ KiersEn 67,73,10 Stepp,Janina47, 114, 118, 180 Scaccia, Ariel 106, 201 Stewm, Brandon 15, 18, 143 Screid, Carolire 56 Stemrt, A'vion 81,162 Screid, Ret€cca40, 106 Stidham, Sydney45, 106, 181 Screrer,Jare 5, 40, 41, 98, 141, 168 Stockelman,Joseph 39,106,190 Schmedly, Beau 91 Stoddard, Anna 106,191 Schmidt, Adam 80 StC€rmer, Mich::€14, 8, 71, 106, 164, 181 Schwab, Grego!)' 37, 94, 95, 106, 156 Stokes, Aaron 77, 78, 81, 82 Schwenrioman, David 8, 20, 114, 141, 149, Stovall, Mich::€12, 77, 81,180 174,182 Strahorn, Lynsay40, 81 Scott, Mxis 23, 106 Str~bich, Daniel 57 Scott, Chandlor80; 167 Str~bich, Emily 7, 34, 66, 68, 69, 119, 120, Scott, Crerith 5, 3<.), 50, 112, 118, 141, 194 121,143,149, 166 Scott, Marvin 44, 111, 123, 142, 149, 1)8, Stumpf, Emma 57

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Sullivan, Connor 81 Sutton, Jeremiah 81,82, 160 Swann, Joseph 8, 72, 123, 143, 202, 203 Switzer, Charles 81, 179 Switzer, Margaret 57 Szabo, Ann 13 Szabo, Timothy 36, 63, 81,159,179

Talib, Alexanrior 5, 36, 67, 111, 123, 143, 166,172 T'E,Jazmin 77, 81, 158 Taylor, Do'ja57 Te)opak, Adam:.s, 39, 143, 160, 175 Tt-es' La 17 119 120 143 156 170 mg, ura, , , , , , 174,183 Thompsen, Katie 123, 143, 160, 183 Th ompsen, Kns'" ma 57 Thompson, Marcm 44, 57 Thompson, Tiffany 120, 143, 150, 170, 183, 199 , Thornt€rry, EmIly 110, 150, 155, 164, 168, 170,193,196 Thornton, Joshua 17, 123, 144 Thront€rry, Emily 144 T'1mlJtr~, " I'" Jusm " 15 i~~m, Lauren 2, 4, 5, 34, 66, 117, 118, 144, " Tomhmon, Angehca 57, 181 Torres, Alexandra 57, 178 Towns, Aaron 23, 37, 62, 115, 123, 144, 198 Treadmy, Lisa4, 5, 17, 68, 69, 121, 144, 156 184 182 T ' 'I; !}~', '38 39 106 nc", ""njamm , , T'I;J b57 T~~n,~an 115, 144, 194

Troutman, Nia45, 81 Tucker,}on ~ ce 106 Tumor, Chynna 57 Turrer, Lauren 77, 81 Tyson, Rachel 34

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Vahld~k, Sean 57 Vandotj:€, Elizat€th 33, 106 Vandotj:€, Laura 57 Vann, Milana 114 Varcarcel, Michael 39, 107, 159, 190 Vaughn, Jmtin 36, 71, 78, 81 Veintimilla, David 42, 107, 197 Vest, Mattrew 3,107,163,190 Vestal, Angel 107 VC€lkl, Chelsea81 Yolk, Christian 7, 44,107,163,190

w Ware, Racrel107 W:Jf':ner, Anna 37, 43, 107 W:Jf':oner, Tina 11 Walrior, Shannon 107 Walker, Channing 107 Walker, Diamond 81 Walker, Elizareth 114, 118, 120, 144, 151, 171,176,177,184,193 Walker,Jarm 81, 184, 182 Walker, Li)ona 161, 175 Walker, Mileah 60,107,154 Walker, Samar~ 3, 60, 61, 107, 148, 155, 159 Walmis, Adam 121, 144, 1)8 Walmis, Mark81 Wal'l1Orth,Jim 11 W d J 30 31 111 145 157 202 203 ar,es&" , , , , Warf~ld, Adrian 21, 30, 31, 82, 89,121, 145,182 Warf~ld, Erin 57, 89,178 6 Watson, Ke€nan8, 9, 7,70,111,182 Watson, Kennan 200 Watson, Krystal81, 148 6 64 Webb,Sara8,40,41,107,159,13,1, 168 169 182 183 W '~ M' 11 81 wec,.~~~~r'No ;~ 57 ec=r, lOJ ~ Wed~r, Samantha 57 W' t€ J 57 e1sen rger, eremy We1zman, Lmcoln 9, 57 Wells, Lauren 57 West, W tz ILaura E I9, 32, 10764, 107, 162 W~el~r, ~~~ere 11, 12 Whitaker, Shanice 107 White, Tara40, 98, 107, 170, 200 Wilbur, Courtrey 107 Wl1am C 200 W'1 ti" Eruel ''"57 11m1 S, ~I 1 W11m1tis,Josse yn 107 W'lk A' , 107 1 es, Ujan3E Wilkes, Kayla32, 81, 89

Williams, Carson 2, 3, 34, 37, 89,110,111, 119,122,145,150,166, 167, 171, 192, 201 Williams, Jasmire 32, 64, 81, 186 Williams,pica 107 Williams, Nathaniel 145 Williams, PeEr 81 Williams, Taylor 98,145 Wilson, Erin 34, 107, 153 Wirtig, Catherire 57 Wirtig, Elizareth 73, 81, 182 Witlt:€rg, Paul 6, 9, 123, 145, 145, 156, 200 Wittmann,Julie 107 Wittmann, Thomas 57 Wolff, Daniel81, 182 Woodard, Nikkole 107 Wooliwr, Jmtin 81 Wynn, Kevin 57

y Yancey, Unique 57 Y:J1)Oy, Jessica 2, 3, 9, 35, 40, 41, 68, 69, 89, 114,119,120,121,145, 159, 172, 182 Y:J1)Oy, Jordan 57 Yorior, Sara 102,107 Yoshida, Goorge 17, 145, 156, 199 Yoshida, Misako 81 Young, Bob 26, 152 Young, Ke'darea81, 1)8 Younger, Dominiqao 107, 159 Youngerman, Amanda 57, 181 Youngerman, Mich::€1107

Z 2-Me,176 Zaidain, John 27 Zerenny, Cassandra81 Zidaroff, Rot€rt4, 70, 107 Zimmerman, Samantha46, 47,110,111, 119,146,182 Zummld, Sheridan 57


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