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CLUBS 142-179

ADS & INDEX 190-205

TEACHERS 180-189


Film is a fact of our lives. We spend hours each day watching television, and some movies gross millions of dollars the first week of their release. What is our fascination with the mostly-fabricated lives of reople we don't know? Are our own lives dul by comparison? Do we need constant escapes into fiction to keep us entertained? Do we see ourselves as potential film adventurers or lovers? Tough questions. As you read and study the pages of the 1994 Maroon, you will notice that we have tied the magical world of film to our lives as Central High School students. On almost every page we have used a movie title headline which relates to the page content, and in this way we are coupling our memorable moments of the 19931994 school year to some of those in the world of film. We want this book to be as enduring and entertaining to you as some of those exciting screen moments of-let's say-Kevin Costner, Sharon Stone, Mel Gibson, Demi Moore, and of course, the Genie from Aladdin. So, find a comfortable chair, pour yourself a soft drink, pop some popcorn, and ... TAKE '94!


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Prom The 1993 Junior-Senior Prom was truly "One Night in Paradise ." This great event was sponsered by the Junior Class Officers: Tim Krug, Charlie Evans, Allison Kuhne, and Viviane Kraus. The decorations included tropical palm trees and birds. Shelia Johnson commented, "It looked like a tropical paradise, but the thing I remember most was being able to watch music videos while dancing." After the dance students enjoyed a fun-filled morning at Post Prom held at Western Bowl. People danced, bowled, and played pool. All in all, it was a simply wonderful evening.

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l Spring Play The Drama Club and friends presented the timeless Louis and Carroll classic "Alice In Wonderland" at 7:30 p.m. on May 14 and 15 in Central's own beautiful Little Theatre. The play was directed by John Stuff. The play iis remembered as a colorful one with wonderful costumes and classic characters such as Alice herself, Tweedle Dee and Dum, The White Rabbit and the list goes on. The play also marks one of the last plays that some of Central's finest actors appeared in, such as Grant Morenz, Rachel Gaffron, and Keith Owens, just to name a few. Their talents were greatly appreciated and will be enormously missed.

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'IVOIID Amy's an ace at acting.

"Who has tho teapot?"


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Jazz'93 What is Jazz Fest? Well, it is the nightclub for all ages. Jazz Fest 1993 took place in Combes Gym on April 30 and May 1. Here's the scene as you walk into the gym: the lights are dim, there are tables set up all around, refreshments are being sold and the band plays on a platform in front of the stage. The Fest features Central's own jazz band directed by J.D. Anderson and allows middle and junior high schoolers to try their talents in front of a diverse audience. The audience is very large, for this is a wellknown event in the community. At the fest you could find U of I students, respected adults of the community, and even some Centennial students. In every Jazz Fest there is a special guest. In Jazz Fest'93 it was the famo us, nationally known jazz musician, Maynard Ferguson, who allowed jazz lovers from the community to enjoy his wonderful talents. For a small fee you get all this plus Adam Beck on bass guitar. What a com ination! Blow, baby. blow!

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Mountain Dew, anyone?

Summer '93 RAIN! RAIN! RAIN! About the only way to enjoy outside activities in Champaign this summer was to go somewhere else. Unfortunately, some people didn't get this message. Amanda, Becca, Carrie, and Ryan tried their luck at nearby Turkey Run. Others got the message and enjoyed themselves at the beach, at camp, and at the amusement parks. Despite the terrible weather, some people enjoyed themselves with their friends. All in all, Summer of 1993 was a time of relaxation, hangin' out with your friends, and just having a good time.

These 96er's say goodbye to Whitney McGill.

25,26,27 ...

The grass is greener on their side.

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These senior girls enjoy their last summer together.


Head rush!?!? umber 1!

Go Snagglepuss! Gel your money!

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0 Honors Day Honors Day is the one day of the school year that the whole student body is unified to recognize the accomplishments and efforts put forth by the senior class of Champaign Central High School. This important assembly on May 18, 1993 made all of us realize what a lasting influence we have upon ourselves, the community, and the nation as a whole. After the ceremony, we were all able to set goals and aspirations that we personally or as a class would like to achieve by the end of our high school careers. By doing so, all graduating seniors are able to leave here feeling they contributed to the positive impression left with Central. Obviously, the Senior Class of 1993 did just that with their excellent talent. Some of the big winners included Elliot Rodgers, Rachael Gaffron, Brian Calhoun, Anne Olson, Lyle Fettig, Elena Scott, and Shandra Summerville. These students and many others certainly showed their astounding presence to us at the Honors Day Assembly of 1993.

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Middle. Triger presents the Charhe Due Award. Above Rachael and Brian receive good tizen awards

Jan Lo is awarded for his soccer.


Graduation On the evening ofJune 2,1993, the graduating class of Champaign Central High School were joined together in the Great Hall at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts to recieve their diplomas. Elliot Rodgers spoke of continued racial tensions and lauded his classmates for maintaining their cool during the incidents. Although the seniors were happy to be graduating, they were sad to see their high school days behind them.

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England In the spring of 1993, Mr. Phillips and Mrs. Johnson chaperoned a group of students to England. On their trip, the tourists visited London and saw Windsor Castle, Westminister Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, The Tower of London, The Changing of the Guard, and Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum. Elsewhere in England they saw Salisbury Cathedral, Shakespear's birthplace, and Oxford University.The plays that they saw included Cyrano de Bergerac, Two Gentleman of Verona, and The Buddy Holly Story. All in all it was a great trip! Pip Pip Cheerio, Off To London We Go Americans at Oxford

Pick-Pocket Mark (at Madame Tussaud's wax museum)

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France On Friday, March 5,1993, Madame Majdiak and Mrs. Hobbs chaperoned 10 french students on a week long trip to Paris. The trip included visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, Sorbonne University, The Louvre, The Eiffel Tower, Versaille, The Arc de Triomphe, and many museums. The group saw a live production of "Le Petit Prince" at a french theater. They experienced fantastic food and exciting night life at a disco. It was an interesting and wonderful trip. Many thanks to the chaperones who helped make a dream come true. Paris, here we come!

Berets are the new trend!

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K Musical'93 "Will Kate ever kiss him?" was just one of the questions we asked ourselves while watching the show-stopping performance of "Kiss Me Kate" starring Champaign Central High School students. The musical ran from April 21-24 bringing in a huge amount of attention from around the Champaign area. Many hours of work by various people led to an excellent performance. Over 115 people played a vital role in making the musical a success. Valerie Strayer, Rachael Gaffron, Mike Vasune, and Grant Morenz were some of the important characters in the "play in a play" musical. One of the biggest technical aspects on the play was choreography produced by Lindy Loyett. Overall, the spring musical "Kiss Me Kate" cetainly lined up to the Central tradition of outstanding musical performances.

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Above: How do I look Mom? Below: Jenny Caspers leads the song with broom in hand.

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Left: Posters advertise the musical. Lower Left: Tired cast members take a nap. Lower Right: Keith, Jackie, Mike, and Valerie show off their Smurf costumes. Below: Why am I doing this?

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John McFarland is looking sartorially resplendent! (use a dictionary)

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Bonfire 1993 Bonfire 1993 was by far the best and most entertaining bonfire in Central's history. Filled with new ideas and lots of music, the bonfire definately fulfilled its purpose of getting Central psyched for the Homecoming Game,which we won! This year's highlights consisted of a lip-service contest, dominated by the seniors of course, a kissing contest including the participants moms, cheers, pep talks, and a great dance by the CHS Pepettes. September 16,1993 will definately be remembered as the best bonfire in Central's history.

Seniors enjoy their last bonfire! o Peeking!!! I'M BAD, I'M BAD ...

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Lip-Service runners-up This Pep Talk Paid Off!!!


So Matt, Who Kissed You?

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Motherly Love

A Blaze of Glory

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Left to Right: David Freeman, Mandy Grill, Lorenzo Johnson, Cheron Reed, Viviane Kraus, Tom Gorham, Erin Block, Anthony Coomes, Amber Roberts, and Jan Lo.

Viviane Kraus, Queen of Homecoming 1993, is a very active student of the Senior Class. She is involved with the Election Board and holds the Service Chair on the Student Council Executive Board. She is also the vice president of German Club and German Honor Society. Viviane's hobbies include flag football and spending time with her friends . Future plans for the Senior include attending the U. of I. and studying education. She is definetley fit for a Queen. ~

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King of Homecoming 1993, Tom Gorham, is one Senior with obviously many talents and qualities. He is an active member of Student Council, Chronicle, Spanish Club, Key Club, Archives, and Speech Team. Tom also participates in Football where he has lettered twice. He hopes to attend either the U. of I. or Harvard majoring in psychology. Acheivements Tom has received include Big 12 Scholar Athlete Award and has been invited to Boys State.


Cheron Reed has placed much of her time at Central into athletics. She has been in basketball and track all three years and has lettered also. Cheron has received honorable mentions in both sports and has qualified for State two years in track. She is also active in several clubs and Student Council President. Lorenzo Johnson is obviously a Senior with a sensitive side. Lorenzo is involved with Peer Ears at school while tutoring at Washington. On the other hand Lorenzo has received a scholarship from the "Best" program to attend the U of I where he plans to major in education or engineering.

Mandy Grill's most memorable part of Central has been the many friendships that she has made. Throughout her four years at Central, she has been active in Students For A Better World and Key Club - president for the last two years. Mandy's future plans are unknown but she hopes to major in child therapy. Anthony Coomes is also another Senior that is well known for his athletic ability. He excells in basketball which is shown through his many accomplishments. Anthony was named to the first team All Area Squad in 1993 and second team All-Big 12. In addition he enjoys listening to music and reading poetry.

Erin Block is an active leader of the Senior Class. She performs services through Central with Key Club and Peer Ears. She is also active in Student Council, National H. S., and Spanish H. S. Erin has also put her time and effort into swimming for four years. She has also achieved Big 12 Scholar Athlete Award. Jan Lo is also a student that exhibits excellence on the soccer field as well as in the classroom. Jan has been praised with honors in soccer such as All Big 12 Conference, Offensive MVP, and Central's Academic- Athletic Award. He is also active in National H.S., French Honor Society, and Key Club.

Amber Roberts is involved in extra-cirricular activities such as Afro-American Club, Principal Scholars Program, and Peppettes. She has run in girls track for her last two years. Amber also enjoys dancing and reading. She has also received the honor of being placed in "Who's Who Among America's High School Students" two years in a row. David Freeman is also another sports oriented Court member. He participates in basketball at Central and plays in his spare time also. David's hobbies include lifting weights and going out with his friends. He plans to study advertising or educati~ Student Life

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Spirit Days On Monday, September 13 a freshman was heard to say, "Why does everyone have on pajamas?". Well, to answer his question, it was the beginning of the Central tradition, Homecoming Week . During this week students are asked to participate in the different dress-up days and show their Maroon spirit. Monday was Pajama Day. Tuesday was Cartoon Day . Wednesday was Hillbilly Day. Thursday was Twin Day and , of course, Friday was Maroon and White Day. Following these spiritbuilding days is the Homecoming football game on Friday night and the Homecoming dance on Saturday night. The Homecoming week dress-up days are just the things to trigger off all the excitement of the much-anticipated weekend.

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Pep Rally

The peppettes strike a pose in their new uniforms.

During Homecoming Week on Friday, Central High School's annual homecoming pep assembly was held in the Combes Gym. Everyone was psyched about the big game against the Normal Ironmen. The crowd fired up as the band began to play. The cheerleaders and the peppettes helped to get the spirit started. Mrs. Shephard announced that the senior float was number one. Then, the class competitions began and quickly ended with yet another senior victory. The football captains' inspirational speeches and the Homecoming queen and king announcement produced anticipation and enthusiasm for the game. Then everyone moved outside for the parade. This year's pep assembly was definitely a great way to end Homecoming Week and got everyone psyched for the big game. Amy Veatch shows a proud smile for the senior victory in the class competitions.

Jolynn and Jan boogie down.

The JV cheerleaders form an awesome pyramid.

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The peppettes and cheerleaders pep it up.


Were you at the Homecoming Game on September 17, 1993? If not, you missed a truly momentous occasion. The Maroons, led by the outstanding rushing efforts of Terrayel Cartmill, defeated the ranked Ironmen 14-7. Not only was this the Maroon's first win of the season, it was the first Homecoming victory since 1987. The team exhibited outstanding team work. The game truly capped off the Homecoming celebration.

Terrayell Cartmill goes for another touchdown.

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Homecoming Dance The homecoming dance was the place to be this year, even if you didn't have a date. The dance was held so early this year (Saturday, September 18) that many students found themselves going stag. The dance was held at Parkland College from 8:00 until 11:00. A huge crowd of students enjoyed music by Sounds & Lighting. Kristy Summers said, "I have never had so much fun at a dance ... even with a date." The crowning of the King (Torn Gorham) and Queen (Viviane Kraus) was very exciting. After the crowning everyone enjoyed a slow dance to the theme song, "In Your Eyes".

This group of seniors enjoy their last Homecoming. Look at this handsome group! What a cute couple . The King and Queen smile for a picture .

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This group gets together for a picture. It looks like these Junior girls are having a great time. Smile big Freshmen! Cheron Reed enjoys the dance with the one she loves. Say cheese! Another group of Seniors enjoy their last Homecoming. This group of girls smile for the camera.

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The Best Movie For A Date: - Sleepless in Seattle -

Basic Instinct -Aladdin

-Indecent Proposal -Jurassic Park -Any Drive-In Movie

Most Embarrassing Moment In Front Of Your Date: -

Getting a flat tire on the way to Homecoming.

- Spilling your dinner all over your white prom dress. - Taking your date to dinner and not having enough money to pay. -

Talking about your date and have him overhear the whole thing. -Forgetting your anniversary.

Is Interracial Dating Acceptable? • 85% Said Yes!!!

Is Dating Out Of Your Age Group Acceptable? • 95% Said Yes!!!

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Worst Excuse Received For Being Turned Down: -I'm Going Out Of Town That Day. - I Have To Take My Dog To The Vet. - My Friend's Moving And I Have To Help Her Pack. - I Have To Babysit. - I'm Having Dinner With My Family Tonight. - I Have To Do Homework. ~

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Shelia Johnson and Lorenzo Johnson show who's the BOSS. Adam Fischer sports the hair of '94.

Cross dressing is out Mrs. Froeschl. Thalassa Tam shows that cut offs are always in style. Mary Janas shows her 'Toon."

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Vivian and Natalie show that swim caps at school are out.

Cheron Reed didn't have time to get dressed before school-that's out!

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Spandex dresses at school Pastel skirts Swim suits with blazers French rolled jeans Biker shorts Wrangler jeans

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J'J\f\JOR lEf\ GUE " .Despite a slow start, Coach Hull helped us to a strong finish and the first regional title for Central High in 13 years." -John KitsonVARSITY: ROW 1-Tim Evans, Erick Mcfarland, Derrick McFarland, john Kitson, Renata Alcaraz, Eric Alcaraz. ROW 2Dan 0 ' eill , Ryan Tabeling, Khamla Savathphoune , Andy Schuster, Ben Mast, Megan Gorski. ROW 3-Coach Hull , Tad McDaniel, jason Sempsrott, Mike Fay, Neil Cox, Floyd Fisher.

BASEBALL The Central High varsity baseball team had an outstanding 1993 season as their 20-15 over all record would indicate. They got off to a fast start and they never looked back. With impressive wins over Centennial11 -7,13-7, and an awesome18-6 route during regionals, they helped Central take pride in its team. The Maroon spirit helped the team win regionals for the first time in 13 years and place fourth in the big twelve with a 10-6 record. The only reason the team did not get to state was because of a one run loss to Decatur McArthur in an eleven inning sectional game. With seniors like Erick and Derrick McFarland to lead the way, Central was almost unstoppable. The two brothers were both unanimous first. team all conference choices and both were selected for first. team all-area representatives for their respective positions . Sophomore Dan O'Neill led the team in hitting with a .472 average and he was selected as an honorable mention all-conference team member. Junior Ryan Tabeling became an honorable mention for all-conference pitcher as he led the Maroons in wins with a total of 8. Although the loss of many valuable seniors will hurt the team, the Maroon varsity baseball team can do nothing but improve for the 1994 season. With the talent they will be recieving from the J.V. team and the improvement in 93 's varsity players the team should give us another year that we won't soon forget. Good luck on another great season next year!

)U lOR VARSITY: ROW 1-Joe Canham, Matt Crews, joe Wojtena, Mike Osterbur, Ryan Williams, Terrence Butler. ROW 2-)onathon Thompson, Bathe! Gilbert, Matt Davis, Paco Herrera, jimmy Brewer, Charlie Gorski. ROW 3-)eremy Tengwall, Mike Hartter, Brandon Rome, Micah Cotten, Chris Wilson, Matt Kelly, Coach Herges.

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Central's #1 pitcher prepares to unload another strikeout

Erick rounds the bases during an in the park home run.

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"... We improved last year with a new coach and a young team and with the lost of only 2 seniors."

SOFTBALL

C entral Girls ' Softball surprised area teams with a complete turnaround from last -Kara Gadauyear's disheartening season. Under new leadership, The .---------------------------------------------------------------------------~ Lady Maroons returned with Kim definatley has an out coming her experience players and the in- way. traduction of new talent to round out the season with a successful and certinaly an impressive record. Coach Sitch returned to head the varsity team with help from new comer Coach Jones. Their dedication and determination attributed to the team 's great optimism and team unity. Throughout the season they showed pride in the team during the victories and defeats. Returning as Varsity's strong foundation were area and conference recognized juniors: Emily Gunderson at shortstop, Kara Gadau as catcher, and sophomore pitcher Cathy Hardig. Conference recognized Nicole Karr as Varsity Offensive player of the year. Defensive went to Jamie O'Connor and the MVP's were Hardig and Gunderson. Even with such an amazing foundation there were changed in the program. The Lady Maroons pitching staff of Cathy Hardig, Mary Janas, and Evie Younger acquired 2 new freshman talents , Meghan Roberts and Kimberly Nicol. JV infield drama nearly changed as newcoming sophomores Chkansouk Savathphoune and Mary Dieck entered the line up as shortstop and second baseman. JV also recieved a new catcher, junior Katie Seaman and several new and promising players. Offensive and Defensive players of the year were Chansouk Savathphoune and Jen Callahan. Chansouk shows great form after she completes a pitch throw.

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Varsity: ROW 1-Heidi Rodgers, Emily Gunderson, Nicole Karr, Kim icol, Tammy Reinhart, Joanne Liu, Cathy Hardig ROW 2-Coach Sitch, Chansouk Savathphoune, Meghan Roberts, Dawn Roberts, Jamie O'Connor, Emily Palmisano, Kara Gadau

STRIKE 3!!! You're OUT!

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Junior Varsity: ROW 1-Jennifer Callahan, Jennifer Osler, Jessica elson, Evie Younger, Mary Janas, Robyn Graff, Stephanie Walsh, Hillary Bryan ROW 2-Van Anh Ho, Chansouk Savathphoune, Heidi Rodgers, Kim icol, Katie Seaman, Meghan Roberts, Mary Dieck, Coach Jones

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" . Our tennis team really improved with pre-season practice, and we dealt with the loss of all of our seniors."

TENNIS The 1993 Boys' Tennis season was certainly filled with ups-and-downs for Central's team. They experienced moderate success in dual meets (66), but stood out with 3rd place finishes in both the McNamara and Charger Invitationals. Unfortunately, this was followed by a disappointing 7th place finish at the Big 12 Conference meet. Although the entire team did not come out as they had hoped, sophomore Tim Crawmer, named most valuable player, finished 3rd in #1 singles. Just one week later the team regained its reputation by placing 2nd overall at Sectionals. From there, team captain Brian Brown and doubles partner Tim Crawmer placed an outstanding 25th in the state. With the exception of Brian Brown, the entire varsity team is returning for the '94 season. The future looks good for Central Tennis!

-Colin WinterROW 1-Steve Harms, Tim Krug, Mark Haussermann, Jeff Feng. ROW 2-Paul Thurston, Brian Brown, Colin Winter, Adan Fischer, Tim Crawmer, Coach Tim Irish .

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" .Even though we had few dedicated members, we still had a successful season with 6 state qualifiers."

TRACK

This year's girls track team -Cheron Reed left their opponents in the dust. Seniors Tyra Campbell . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - -- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - ' and Cleonee Winfrey led the ROW 1 -Alison imz, Lindsay Waddell, Latoya Brown, Tearinee Upshaw, Cheron Reed, Shelia Johnson. ROW 2 team through a successful sea- Malinda Johnson, Kimberly Lomax, Samantha Brim, Brandi Williams, Tyra Campbell, Angelique Winbush, Elizabeth Gretchen Block. ROW 3 -Coach Thompson, Amber Roberts, Jolynn Caroline, Katherine Townsend, April Carter, son. Although a shortage of Trail, Heather albone, Kristy Maulden, Coach Woods. long distance runners slowed them on the road to success, the team's impressive sprinters still pulled the team through to a strong 12th place finish at the Thornton Indoor Invitational. Runners from Central also placed at the State Finals in the 800 meter medley relay, the 800 meter relay, the 200 meter run, and the discus throw. This team should definitively be proud of its accomplishments.

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"... The coaches and players all worked hard throughout the season, and we ended up having a pretty good season."

TRACK

The 1992 Central Boys' Track led by team Co- Captains -Brad WilhelmDavid St. Peter and Brian Calhoun had an impressive year .-- - -- - - - - - -- - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --------.J considering how young the team was. The two and four ROW 1- . Kohl, M. Deponai, H. Reynolds, B. Calhoun, A. Rodgers, C. Miller, B. Wilhelm, S. Winters. ROW 2-W. Maroons also had help from Summerville, L. Thurman, J. McFarland, T. Whalen, D. Ross, D. St. Peter, L. Mapson, T. Cartmill, C. Blixen. ROW 3Coach Stirrett, Coach Washington, P. Billhymer, S. Tanner, A. Reynolds, K. Passely, D.McGee, R. Boatright, M. Palmer, Sophomore Terrayel Cartmill P. Vu, Coach Mueller, Coach Shmoe who was third in the state at the 200 meter and Senior Dart McGee who set a new school record in the 110 meter hurdles. Central outran Centennial and Urbana to claim the Twin City Championship. With such a young team, the Central Maroons are destined for victory in the future .

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Brian takes the lead.

Look at that form!

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,.fi-lE PROGRJ J'i\ " .When we put our hearts together, we realized what we could accomplish. -Brock Collins and Patrick Lytle-

FOOTBALL

The 1993 Central Maroons varsity football team did better than anyone could have expected. With two early losses to Eisenhower and Danville, ~------------------------------------------------------------------------------~ the fans seemed to have no hope for a homecoming victoVARSITY: ROW 1-Coach Trigger, Dan 0' eill, Malt Bain, Murad Ali, Terrayel Cartmill, Tim Hill, Karl Thorpe, Tom Gorham, Coach Due. ROW 2-Coach Gibson, Kyle Hahn, Josh Oliver, Ryan Tabeling, Malt Himes, Robert Sturkey, ry. However, when the final Antwan Jones, Coach Jones. ROW 3-Rocky LaBonte, Matt Davis, Adam Beck, Brock Collins, Oliver Brize, Patrick Lytle, seconds clicked off of the Paul Thurston, Jason Vohs. ROW 4-Shane Mapson, Mike Wandell, oel Outlaw, Mark Palmer, Cle Easley, Chris Phillips, scoreboard and Central had Ray Boatright, Brandon Rome, Jonathan Thompson. ROW 5- athan Jones, Charles Crain, Malt Tepper, Mike Hartter, Peter Testory, Mike Basset, John McFarland, John Skillings beaten Normal, everyone realized that Central had its first homecoming victory in 6 years. Then after a loss to Rantoul, the Maroons won three straight against Centennial, Macarthur, and Mattoon. The only dark spot in the season was the loss to Urbana. It came as Central fans were looking for a playoff berth. A bright spot in the Central season came with the addition of junior halfback Terrayel Cartmill. He had an outstanding season, rushing for 908 yards and scoring 10 touchdowns. Other plusses were the defensive players. With three All-Conference players and one Honorable Mention the defense really shined. Hopefully next year's team can can do just as well, if not better than this years team. Good luck!

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Eisenhower Danville Normal Rantoul Centennial MacArthur Mattoon Urbana Bloomington

0-26 13-20 14-7 15-18 19-12 20-13 31-13 17-44 14-31

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SOPHOMORES: ROW 1-Coach Davis, Jeremy Fellers, Jason Logsdon, William Summerville, Jeremy Bailey, Antonio Reynolds, Coach Hull. ROW 2-Daniel Rossini, Ryan Williams, Micah Cotten, elson Hendrickson, Joe Wojtena, Charlie Blixen. ROW 3John Isom, Jeremiah Auble, Dan Beckett, Mike Clark, Matt Kelly, Don Ross.

FRESHME : ROW 1-Coach Quinlan, Jeff Bean, Tyler Quick, Luke Ingerson, Coach Sitch, Chris McFarland, Josh Schoonover, ick Schmidt, Coach Hawkins. ROW 2Aquilino Bartolome, David George, Ben Vohs, Sean Thompson, Greg Withrow, Robert Hickman, Ryan Kennedy. ROW 3-Rick Malloch, Caleb Stalter, Mac Daddy, Shoney Coleman, J.D. Leman, Markell Osler, Chris Daly. ROW 4-William Anderson, John Summers, Sam Mall, Brad Barker, Perry Unroe, Leconte ix, Medhu Renduchintala. ROW 5Mike Rogers, Jermain Jasper, Kinte Smith, Bryan Drew, Andy Ziegler, John Loftsgaard, Josh Kraus.

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PERSOI "... We really came together as a team this year. I feel that the strength of our team lies in the friendships we have made and in our strong team spirit.''

GIRLS' TENNIS

Just a few weeks before the season began, curiosity was -Haley Brownbrewing among the girls' tennis team. With the resignation .---- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - -- -----' of last year's coach, the players Junior Varsity: ROW !-Stephanie Garth, Ann.e Haussermann. ROW 2-Erin Soucek, Betsy Owen, Elizabeth Gaffron, Leslie were eager to meet their new Harms, Rachel Flood, Jena Setters. Varsity: ROW 3-Coach Punam Paul, Corey Young, Terra Martin, Haley Brown, Anne coach, Punam Paul. As prac- Misner, Gabrielle Giertz, Emilie Gunderson. tice started, Paul knew what to focus on. Her techniques proved to be useful as the team pulled through a tough season with a meet record of 5-4. The varsity showed its stuff as it rolled over Mattoon, Rantoul, Urbana, and Decatur not giving up a single match. The team also had impressive 3rd place finishes at the Mattoon and Charger Invitationals. The junior varsity had two meets scheduled against Rantoul this season, but due to a car accident, only one was played. The JV team also won 9-0. The team placed 6th at Conference. Anne Misner commented , "Since we got 6th last year, we were expecting to improve, but we weren't at all disappointed." The team also placed an impressive 2nd at Sectionals. The top four varsity players were all returning varsity players from last year. A key role was played by Junior Gabrielle Giertz who spent her second season at the No. 1 singles and qualified for state for the second year in a row. Her record was 18-8 going into the tournament. She ended the season by placing 33rd in the state. Corey Young, Emilie Gunderson, and team captain Haley Brown played at No. 2,3, and 4. New comers to this year's varsity team were Junior Anne Misner and Sophomore Terra Martin. Although the team will lose its three seniors, the rest of the varsity will be returning along with a strong JV for the '94 season. "The balls, Haley! Just the balls!"

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Anne reaches to get that one back.


"Where 'd it go? "

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Decatur MacArthur 6-3 Decatur Eisenhower 9-0 Centennial 0-9 Mattoon lnv. 3rd Place Mattoon 9-0 Bloomington Inv. 8th Place Danville 1-8 Charger Inv. 3rd Place Rantoul 9-0 Stephen Decatur 4-5 Urbana 9-0 Danville 2-7 Big 12 Conf. 6th Place Sectionals 2nd Place

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fOO . flOOSE " ... Despite conflicts between players and a certain coach, we had a good season."

SOCCER

The 1993 Central soccer team was led by Tri-Captains Josh -Cory Overstreet May, Jan Lo and Caleb Washburn.The Maroons finished at 8-8-3 and .500 in the . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' conference. With a great upset Varsity ROW 1-Adam Fischer, Sean Donnelly, Andy Valbert, Cory Overstreet, Josh May, Jan Lo, Mike Osterbur, Matt over Decatur Eisenhower who Burge,Chris Zander, Coach SmirickyROW 2-Coach Morellion, David Wong, Aaron Washburn, Ryan McCarty, Chris finished 10-2. The Maroons Sheppard, Jason Helms, R.J. Hettinger, Aaron Alumbaugh, Tetsuo ishida, Coach Lavin also won the Twin City tourniment which featured both cross town rivals Urbana and Centennial. Seniors Josh May, Cory Overstreet, Jason Helms, Caleb Washburn, and Jan Lo helped create a great team this year and will be missed greatly. Next year's soccer team should be just as exciting to watch. The team's Most Valuable Player, David Wong, and the defensive duo of Eitan Gauchman and Andy Valbert are all returning. Scott Kozoll, Adam Fischer, Ryan McCarty, and many more players will step up and create another great team next year

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jan shows off his dribbling technique.

Ryan looks up to his teammates.

josh May takes control with ease.

David shows off his hops.

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Decatur Eisenhower 4-3 Danville 1-2 0-3 Mattoon Springfield Lanphier 0-3 Centennial 5-5 3-1 Bloomington Urbana 1-1 Twin City Tourney1st Place U-High (Normal) 1-2 Charleston 1-3 Urbana 1-2 0-3 Normal Community Stephen Decatur 4-1 Danville 4-1 0-1 Morton Decatur MacArthur 6-0 jason Helms gets a piece off the action too. ~

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J'l\ ERJ'I\J.\ tD GIRLS' SWIMMING

" .. .Florida oranges, Texas cactus, we swim your team just for practice! Go Central swimming!

The 1993 Swim Team even -Erin Block and Kristy Summersexceeded its own expectations this year. With a new coach and a strong group of r---------------------------------------------------------------------------~ Freshman, the returning team ROW 1-Lindsey Fields, Lindsey Vaughn, Annie Tock, Allison Pickard, Susie Miles, Amanda Cruz. ROW 2-[ocelyn Wolf, Whitney Webber, Katherine Kemper, Jenny Olson, Sarah Bachman, Melanie Fatemi. ROW 3-Meghan Good ing, Anne was ready to go. This year's Hendren, Amanda Fields, Janie Reed, Bridgette Brinkmann, Erin Snyder. ROW 4-Coach Will Barker, Allison Kuhne, Erin team was led by Juniors Janie Block, Kristy Summers, Evie Younger, Coach Keith Scorza. Reed, Erin Snyder, and Senior Erin Block. Janie Reed was undefeated in the 200 Individual Medley and only lost in the 100 Backstroke during Sectionals. Erin Snyder's strength was in the 100 Freestyle, and Erin Block's in the 100 Backstroke. Junior Anne Hendren's specialty was in the 100 Breaststroke. This year's team was not lead by all upperclassmen. Freshmen Annie Tack, Allison Pickard, and Sophomore Whitney Webber proved to be tough competitors as well. Central's All-Freshman diving team, Amanda Cruz and Susie Miles, showed its strength, too. Amanda Cruz placed 1st in each dual meet except one in which she took 2nd. At the Big 12 Conference meet, Amanda Cruz took 2nd and Susie Miles place 5th. The end of the season was undoubtedly the highlight as the team placed 3rd in the Big 12 and at Sectionals. Two relay teams and three individals qualified for state as well. The first relay to qualify was the 200 Medley Relay team of Erin Block, Janie Reed, Anne Hendren, and Erin Snyder. The second was the 200 Freestyle Relay team of Erin Block, Erin Snyder, Annie Tack, and Janie Reed. The individual qualifiers were Janie Reed and Erin Block in the 100 Backstroke, and Janie Reed in the 200 Individual Medley. The relays placed 15th and 22nd. Erin Block placed 27th, Is it safe to swim like that? and Janie Reed finished impressively at 8th place in both of her events.

It's a bird ... It's a plane. . .

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Lindsey definitely loves swim team!

Anne Hendren pulls hard to the finish.

These Seniors know that Central swimming is #1!

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Danville Springfield SE Urbana Springfield Charger Inv. Centennial Bloomington Inv. Urbana Uni High Normal Community Twin City Meet Bloomington U-High (Normal) Big 12 Conf. Sectionals

118-77 140-39 101-85 91-95 1st Place 110-75 4th Place 98-88 115-62 120-69 2nd Place 90-96 84-100 3rd Place 3rd Place

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Crt;. R.to,.rs Of f CROSS COUNTRY T he cross country team had a great year considering the loss of five lettermen. Seniors ~att Bennett Brad ~ilhelm, and Tom Whalen led the team to a first place finish at the Twin City meet. They placed 7th at the Big 12 Conference meet and 8th at Regionals. Sophomore Casey ~iller went on to place a solid 57th at Sectionals. With the addition of freshmen Asad Hussain, Evan Parker Stephen, ~ark Wise, Judd Johnson, and sophomore Robert Scott this team ought to be dynamite in the future.

" ... Even with a very young team, we still had a very encouraging season." -Tom Whalen~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ROW 1- Asad Hussain, Evan McNabb, John Fettig, Robert Gardner, Robert Scott, Mike Deponai. ROW 2- athaniel Kohl, Evan Parker Stephen, Will Freyman, Mark Wise, Casey Miller. ROW 2- Judd johnson, Mat Bennett, Brad Wilhelm, athan Davidson, Coach Stirrett.

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These girls are having fun.

And they're off!

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Eisenhower /Rantoul/Charleston 3rd Twin City Meet 1st Urbana 1st Zed Danville Jamboree Bloomington Doughnut Classic 11th Terre Haute/Danville Zed Peoria Invitational 30th Mattoon/Eisenhower /Stephen Decatur Zed Mattoon Invitational 7th Big 12 Conference 7th 8th Regionals Rantoul F /S Invitational Zed Lanphier F /S Invitational 3rd

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.Long live Peter! Pick, pick, wipe, wipe.

The 1993 Central volleyball R.M.A.'' season was again a great success this year. The team was stocked with great talent -Kate Keller once again. Coach Jones selected Second Team All State ,...------- -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' spiker senior Lori Greenwood Varsity ROW 1-Amanda Ennis, Kristen Porter, Kate Keller, igele Overstreet, Jacqueline Battle ROW 2-Coach Jones, Lori and All Area setter Kate Keller Greenwood, Anne Bailie, Cathy Hardig, Jamie O'Conner, Kim icol, Coach Deterding as team M.V.Ps. The team won the Mt. Zion tournament for the first time in ten years. The team's success was supported by the team's leading server and blocker Anne Bailie, and team leader in digs Sigele Overstreet. The Maroons were the Regional champs by defeating Urbana (15-5, 15-3) and Centennial (15-7, 15-5). But lost to Metamora (12-15, 8-15) in the Sectional championship. The Maroons ended their season with a great 27-11 record. With returning vasity players Jamie O'Connor, Sigele Overstreet, Cathy Hardig and a great J. V. team, the Maroons or destined for victory in the future.

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Anne and Lori arc happy to be playing volleyball.

Go Go Gadget arms.

AAAAAAHHHHHH TEAM!!

Freshmen ROW-lBecky Medlock, Andrea Coomes, Lynne Elrick, Danielle Spencer, ROW-2 atalie York, Hannah Bryan, Erin Shepard, Danielle Adkins, ROW-3 Coach Jones, Sara Cotton, Lindsey Barr, Cassidy Becker, Heather Cobb, Marni Wooldridge, Coach Deterding

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Monticello 15-2,15-5 Unity 15-4,15-12 Charleston 15-9,15-9 Decatur Eisenhower15-6,1512 15-8,15-3 Centennial 17-15,15-7 Rantoul Normal Comm. 9-15,15-9,315 Mattoon 15-7,15-4 Danville 15-6,15-4 Stephen Decatur 15-5,15-1 Decatur MacArthur 15-0,150

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" .. .We had the talent to win state, but it didn't work out for us." -Jeff Piper-

The 1993 golf team had great expectations for the year, but they fell just short of their goal. With the return of last year's state runner-up team, everyone thought that Central r - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' ROW 1-Doug Larson, justin Michaels, 'ate Mast. Nate Leach. ROW 2-Mark Haussermann, Mall would run home with the title. Mulliken, Coach Schooley surveys the terrain. jake Goldstein, Lindsey Grumish, Chris Wright ROW 3-Kris Wackerlin, jeff Piper, Cam However, after a two stroke McGill . loss in sectionals their hopes were crushed. Although the team did not qualify, Jake Goldstein advanced to the state tournament where rain cancelled the second day of play and he could advance no further. Mark Haussermann said, "Things seemed to click at different times of the season and we were never able to come together as a team." Sophomores Jeff Piper and Kris Wackerlin played a vital role early while the Fearsome Foursome (Mark H., Cam M., Jake G., and Matt M.) played consistently near the end. Junior, Lindsey Grumish had a very impressive season only missing the girls' state competition by two strokes. There are high hopes for next year's team, but the loss of Coach Fred Schooley is going to hurt. He has been the golf coach for a number of years and all of his experience is going to be lost.

Tough break Cam.

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Golf stud, Jake Goldstein, lines up the shot.


Lindsey Grumish drives her way to the top.

Mark drives home from practice.

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Opponent Quincy Invitational Danville Lincoln/Centennial Eisehower / Rantoul Decatur Invitational Mattoon/Rantoul Dragon Golf Classic Mahomet-Seymour Monticello Danville Schlarman Big 12 Conference Normal Community Charger Invitational Ragionals Sectionals

1st lost 1st 1st 3rd 1st 6th Won Won Lost 1st Won 2nd 3rd 4th

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Cheer leading Have you heard the saying, "You 've come a long way baby?" It certainly applies to the Central cheerleaders. This summer both the Varsity and JV squads attended a UCA camp which improved their cheerleading techniques. Both squads received superior trophies. Gini Busch and Erinn Colclasure had the opportunity to go to Europe by qualifying in the All-Star competition. The cheeleaders should be recognized for the great success of this year's bonfire. Many people said, "This year's bonfire has been the best yet!" The cheerleaders will be participating in 4 competitions in January. The cheerleaders can be found not only cheering at games, but also adding school spirit throughout the entire year!

" . . .With the help of the senior class, I think the school spirit has improved a lot this year."

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G " ... This past year was one of the best yet! With the new routines we learned from camp, our squad was very competitive."

Pepettes The Central Pepette Porn Pan Dance Team is building on its strong foundation with hard work and dedication. In addition to their performances competitions during the season. Last year the team did quite well with a fourth place at Thorton-Fractional South, a third place at Althoff, and a third place at Jacksonville. The team went to State and placed ninth! They are working hard to continue with this success during this year's competition season. The Pepettes went to camp at ISU over the summer. The team brought home many new ideas, great routines, and an invitation to the National Dance Competition. Kathy Bednar, Regan Hunt, and Tanya Parker were chosen as Dance Stars at the camp! The Pepettes continue to excel in their dance skill. They do an outstanding job of entertaining their audience whenever they perform!

-Regan Hunt~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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The Pepettes dance to the Bulls theme song.


Tammie and Caleb perform at the Homecoming Pep Assembly.

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" ... We had a great time this season. We worked really hard and all the work paid off. We hope to go far in the state tournament. Thanks to all the fans for the support. The team says 'Hi', Jack!"

BOYS' BASKETBALL C antral's

Varsity Boys' Basketball team started out slowly this year but picked up . . _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , the pace as the season Varsity: ROW 1-Anthony Coomes, Chris Pickard, Antonio Reynolds, Matt Himes, Matt Bain, Mandrell Phillips, Terrell progressed. The team placed McClure. ROW 2-Mr. Skadden, Caleb Washburn, oel Outlaw, Edrea! Evans, Zach Cain, Mancus Hawkins, David second at the News-Gazette Freeman, Coach Davis. Holiday Classic after a disappointing loss to their crosstown rival, Centennial. Senior Anthony Coomes was named the Tourney MVP, breaking the scoring record with 92 points, and the News-Gazette Athlete of the Week. The team then headed into the Centralia Tournament at 5-3 but had a stroke of bad luck and came out at 5-5. After a few extrarigorous practices with Coach Scott Davis, the team rolled over Urbana 74-47. Gaining confidence with each win, the team faced Centennial at home. The game went back and forth. Litwin's three dunks quieted Central's fans, but the team kept its composure and ended the nine point victory with a David Freeman dunk! Beating both Rantoul and Stephen Decatur the next week, the team was on a five game winning streak! This year's JV team improved considerably from last year's. With Coach Andujo, the team had four early victories! Congradulations! Next year's team will be starting fresh. This year's only non-senior varsity members were Matt Bain, Mandrell Phillips, Chris Pickard, and Antonio Reynolds. Key Junior Varsity members this year were Sean Donnelly, Will Summerville, Jeremy Tangwell, Brandon Vonner, and Joe Wojtena. So, watch for these players to lead next year's team!

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Freshmen: ROW 1-Ryan Kennedy, Mike Layman, ate Leach, Leconte ix, Joey Froeschl, Matt Daum, Nate Mast. ROW 2-Tyler Quick, Judd Johnson, Chris Daly, Itonde Kakoma, Kinte Smith, Don Hollands, Drew Sheppard, J.D. Leman, Coach Lavin.

"I think I can. I think I can!"

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Girls' Basketball coming into the 1993-94 basketball season the Central girls ' squad was uncertain about their fate . The girls received a whole new coaching staff and had seven returning Varsity players. This year's team was very young with only three returning seniors. All players contributed in their own way , and the seniors played their roles. Shelia Johnson and Cheron Reed controlled the team with their excellent guard and leadership skills, while teammate Amanda Koehler helped defend the paint. The Lady Maroons started their season at Centennial's Turkey Tournament and came out with a 58-56 win over Rantoul. They had their ups and downs, but continued to keep their heads up. With next year's young returns, the Lady Maroons should continue to grow and become a dominating team.

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Becky & Allison take a juice break before practice.

Jamie says, "Hey, no more pictures!" after winning a game.


JV: ROW 1-Becky Medlock, Erin Sheppard, Lesley Harms, Unique Ammons, Allison Pickard, Kara judy, Angie Hunt ROW 2- Coach Fones, Shay McGee, Libby Trail,Jessica Ne son, Cassidy Becker, Jennifer Arnold, Emily Palmisano, Kristy Maul en, Krissy Webber

Frosh: ROW 1-Erin Sheppard, Missy Sanka, Kearston Rice, Kara Judy, Allison Pickard, Angie Hunt, Annie Tock ROW 2-Yolanda Jackson, Becky Medlock, Leslie Harms, aomi Shapiro, Allison Ackerman, Coach Woods, Brownwyn McClellan, Elise Vanlarr, Cassidy Becker, atalie York, Shay McGee

Above: Robert is a faithful manager. Left: While Angie cheers, Cassidy & Allison watch in amazement.

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Mahomet-Seymour Rantoul Centennial Danville Mattoon Rantoul or mal Urbana Paris ewton Eisenhower Rantoul Urbana Centennial Danville McArthur Bloomington Stephen Decatur Centennial Mattoon Danville(Regional )

47-66 58-56 44-48 57-50 39-58 35-43 44-85 54-51 52-72 36-37 59-52 41-51 40-37 47-54 48-50 58-74 35-65 50-49

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'' ... We put in a good effort and had some outstanding individual performances."

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Doesn't this make wrestling look fun?

The Basketball team can wrestle too!

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SWIMMING The Central Boy's Swim team

"... We worked hard, we swam hard, we went 7-0."

has done quite well this -Paul Thurston and Charlie Evansyear. With the addition of freshman standouts Will Sensenbrenner, Brad Barker, Nick r----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------~ Schmidt, Evan Parker- ROW 1-Chris McFarland, Robert Gardner, eal Verdick, James Freyman, Matt Smith, Will Sensenbrenner, Evan Parkerick Schmidt. ROW 2-Madhu Renduchintala, Coach Miller, Josh Blackwell, Coach Trigger, Casey Miller, Stephens, and Brent Snyder Stephens, athan Kohl, Michael Shahin, Martin Klingel, Harvey Reynolds, Brad Barker, Mike Deponai. ROW 3-John Davis, Charlie the team is sure to go far this Blixen, Will Freyman, Paul Thurston, Charlie Evans, Jeff Piper, Brent Snyder, Josh Oliver. season. Team captains Charlie Evans and Paul Thurston led the team to a first place finish at the Charger Invitational. Charlie Evans placed second in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 23.44 seconds. Paul Thurston won the 100 yard breaststroke with an impressive time of 1:05.25. Will Sensenbrenner placed first in the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 5:00.48. Junior Josh Oliver placed fourth in diving with a final score of 293.90. Also notable was Brad Barker's third place finish in the 200 yard individual medley with a time of 2:12.13. Though at the time of this writing Conference hasn't occured, Central hopes to do well. Good luck swimmers!

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Elizabeth Bailey Maria Bailey Tamaca Bailey Amanda Bantz Tammy Barber Brad Barker

Lindsey Barr Aquilino Bartolome Edmond Basilios Jeffrey Bean Cassidy Becker Zachary Becker

Tracy Beckett Centeries Bell Eric Berger Jessica Blunier Chad Boatright Douglas Bonczek

Melissa Bradley Nadiyah Brown Hannah Bryan Amanda Buck Mia Budescu Ryan Bussey

Sarah Callahan Eric Carlson Craig Carter Kindra Chambliss Deetra Chatman Daniel Cheek ~

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op 10 Reasons Why Central Freshmen Look Lost, Embarrassed and Confused During Their First Week at High School 10. They get stiff necks from looking up at the up-

perclassmen 9. They have to wait all day to go to the bathroom because they are afraid to go at school 8. They have to eat in the cafeteria because they don't have a ride to lunch 7. They get dropped off by their parents right in front of school 6. They have to get from one end of the school to the other in just 5 minutes 5. They can't find their classes 4. They have to figure out how to walk to Lox Stock and back in only 35 minutes 3. They wear maroon and white uniforms for P.E. 2. They forget the combination to their locker when all of their books are in it 1. An upperclassman tells them to go to the 4th floor when there are only 3

Nekeidra Clark Shauna Clayborn Heather Cobb Carrie Cohen Shony Coleman Heather Collins

Giuseppe Coniglio Andrea Coomes Sarah Cotten Amanda Crews Angela Dalheim Christopher Daly

Nathan Davidson Roland Davis Jennifer Day Shawanda Dean John Dejacimo Kerry Delgado ~

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Matthew Daum Phung Diep Phuong Diep Summer Dixon Justin Douglas Jonas Downey

Bryan Drew Shane Eack Shaun Eack Shawn Eble Shavonne Elam Lynne Elrick

Casey Endsley Daniel England Jessica Erickson Benjamin Ervin Laquita Faust Tessa Faust

John Fettig Lindsey Fields Timothy Fischer Cecilia Fitzgerald Teshana Fly Tedrecko Frame

James Freyman Adam Friese Joseph Froeschl John Gadau Dorress Garbutt Robert Gardner

James Garrett Carrie Garrison Stephanie Garth Ryan Garver Eitan Gauchman David George

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Glenn Harper Marlin Harris Montez Harris Elizabeth Hart Robert Hickman Autumn Hiles

Chad Hipskind Donald Hollins Andrea Hunt Angela Hunt James Hunt Asad Husain

Melissa Hutjens Lucas Ingerson Amber Ireland Yolanda Jackson Robert Jancola Jermaine Jasper

Letriah Jelks Joel Johnson Judson Johnson Lindsay Jones Michelle Joop Cara Judy

Itonde Kakoma Ryan Kennedy Christine Kim Justin King David Kitson Laesha Knox

Josua Kraus Shaun Kroes Devon Kyle Zolanda Kyse Joshua Lange Douglas Larson

Michael Layman Nathan Leach Willie Lee Jonathan Leman Margo Lesure Charee Lewis

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TOP TEN FRESHMAN LUNCH CHOICES 10.YMCA 9.Daddy-O's 8.Arby's 7.Campus Life/Taco Bell 6.Garcia's 5.Home 4.Cafeteria 3.Lox Stock/Colonial Pantry 2.McDonald's 1.Pizza Truck WHAT CAN FRESHMEN NOT LIVE WITHOUT? Basketball, music, girls -Marlin Harris Music, hairdryer, food -Khalyn Avery Money, money, money -Ryan Garver Phone, stereo, my best friend -Angie Dalheim My friends, toothpaste, underwear -Tyler Quick

Renni Linder Joshua Lipton Stephanie Lofland John Loftsgaard Eddie Lucious Elizabeth Lynch

Samuel Mall Richard Malloch Brianne Manuel Ramsey Margison Michelle Marshky Danette Martin

Nathan Mast Bronwyn McClellan Christopher McFarland Shayonna McGee Danielle McMaster Evan Me abb


FRESHMAN GOALS ccording to freshman, being in high school means new experiences, classes, teachers, environment, and friends. As freshman made the big leap from Junior High to High School, many stopped to think about their personal expectations and goals that they planned to achieve at Central. In a recent survey of 100 freshman, each freshman was asked to respond to the question, "What are your goals before you graduate?" Overwhelmingly, the majority of freshman said that they wanted to receive good grades or at the least obtain just enough credits to graduate. Other goals included making friends, getting driver's license, and just having as much fun as possible in High School. Well, good luck to all freshman in acheiving your many goals and don't forget to just have fun!

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Elizabeth Miller Nathan Miller Terrica Miller Curtis Mills Christine Mohrbacher Deborah Monroe

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Stanley Olson Stephanie Oneill Markell Osler Amber Overcast Misti Overacker Rebecca Painter

Billy Palmer Evan Parker-Stephen Andrew Pelz Jermaine Pettis Emily Phelps Reagan Phelps

Allison Pickard Anthony Pomonis Myisha Porter Nicole Purkeypile Tyler Quick Kathryn Rainge

Omesha Redding Jennifer Rehbein Madhu Renduchintala Kearston Rice Grant Roberts Jennifer Roberts

Natalie Roberts Bridgette Robinson Alainna Rodgers Michael Rogers Charles Rohlfing Francesca Rueda

Jonathon Rutan Jeremy Sample Julius Sandrock Lindsay Sarnecki Khamsay Savathphoune Kimberly Schanche

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Summer Shelby Erin Shepard Andrew Sheppard Anita Simmons Brian Smith Charley Smith

Kinte Smith Krista Smith Lashonda Smith Matthew Smith Tenise Smith Tia Smith

Brent Snyder Melissa Sonka Danielle Spencer Latoyia Spurlock Eleanore Stasheff Amy Stoudenmire

Joanna Strauss John Summers Mickael Summers Liza Suttle Lyndsey Tate Deshaune Taylor

Ronald Thomas Nina Thompson Edward Thomson Heath Tieffel Ann Tack Ricardo Torres

Anita Tuell Elise Vanlaar Lindsey Vaughn Patricia Velez Neal Verdick True Vo

Ben Vohs Thuy Vu Carla Ward Jus tin Warren Christina Washburn Maria Washburn

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Cecily Washington Demarco Washington Jennifer Weber Katherine Weber Tiffany Weber Elisabeth Wehmer

Lindy Wheatley Carlin Whitesell Jeffrey Wilhelm Chad Wilkins Abigail Williams Dianna Williams

Elesha Williams Jeremiah Williams Nicole Williams Wesley Williams Angela Wilson Jason Wise

Justin Wise Mark Wise Gregory Withrow Marni Wooldridge Natalie York Troy York

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Sara Anderson Melvin Armstrong Jeremiah Auble Michael Averbuch Sarah Bachman Jeremy Bailey

Sarah Bain Tiffany Barbee Nikki Barcus Nicholas Barker Katherine Bechtel Donald Beckett

Jason Bentley Heather Bickers Loan Bien Samantha Bien Thomas Blackburn Joshua Blackwell

William Blixen Gretchen Block Jeanna Bonello Erin Boucek Joseph Brannan James Brewer

Mya Brown Roger Brown Bryan Brownfield Joy Brownridge Nicholas Bruns Christa Burdette

Matthew Burge Jewel Butler Terrance Butler Lance Buyno Tracy Cameron Erin Caston

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Most sophomores will agree that the highlight of their year was turning 16 and getting their license. Having survived drivers' training, they have now become experts behind the wheel, and offer the following advice to next year's sophomore class: -Don't try to parallel park during lunch hour. - Don't try to drink a Coke while driving a stick shift. -Open the garage door before you back out of the garage. -Don't park too close to a Porsche. - Don't try to out-run a cop. -Don't go West down University Ave. most importantly, don't drink and

Daniel Chen Jason Chlebowski Jeong Whan Choi Daniel Clark Michael Clark Christopher Clayborn

Briana Colclasure Michael Coleman Micah Cotten William Cowan Willie Cowart Neil Cox

Matthew Crews Anna Crull Stephaine Darling Jonathan Davis Nia Davis David Debolt

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Antione Dorris Brian Downing Lanayta Duckworth Andrea Duling Michael Durry Doran Eason

David Ebrey Gregory Edmison Patrick Edwards Travis Edwards Amanda Ennis Jamie Ensign

Brian Eskridge Corrin Euvrard Ahmed Evans Melanie Fatemi Kelly Faust Ryan Faust

Jeremy Fellers Jeffrey Feng Charles Fetterhoff James Fetterhoff Roshema Foster Tarik Fowler

Toni Freeman Elizabeth Gaffron Jessica Gandy Latonya Gatson Bathel Gilbert Jennifer Gilbert

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GROUNDING-What's the point? Grounding- a good method of discipline or a parents' sick revenge? This is a question that has been pondered by many a teenager for years. In fact, in a recent survey of one hundred Central High School Sophomores, more than half of those surveyed said that they had been grounded at least once in their life. When asked what they did to become grounded, most answered they had disobeyed their parents in one way or another. The majority of these disobediences included breaking curfew, sneaking out, getting bad grades, or talking back to parents. Additionally, many students have been grounded many times ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ for multiple offenses. Sophomore Sarah Stack, when asked what she did to be grounded responded that she'd been grounded so many times that she could not remember all that she had done. Micah Cotten said that he does not think that grounding is effective liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil because, "It makes us mad that we co ul dn' t go out, so we want to break the rules to get revenge." Another sophomore, Sarah Bachman, has never been grounded. However, she agrees that grounding does not work. A fortunate student, Mary Owen, said that her mom does not even believe in grounding. It makes kids wonder if grounding is the best way for parents to prove their point. It seems that we will keep on wondering (and trying to get out of being grounded) for a long time.

Tia Grayson Erin Harper James Hartman Taneka Harvey Anne Haussermann Timothy Hayden

Cortney Helms Latoya Hendricks Nelson Hendrickson Marshall Henry Ami Herbstreit Mary Hercik

Tracy Hewitt Samuel Hill Shannon Hitch Erik Holm Lynntez Holt Patrick Holy

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Talonia Hoskins Brent Hotsinpiller Serena Hutchison Allison Imig Jonathan Isom Scott Jacobs

Lisa Janas Demarco Jeffers Noah Jelks Bradley Jenks Jason Johnson Tanyanika Johnson

Keeva Keeling Matthew Kelly Katherine Kemper Dawn Kesler Willie Keyhea Celestine Kington

Jere my Klimek Martin Klingel Heather Koch Nathaniel Kohl Seppe Kuehn Kathryn Kurlakowsky

Guy Lakonishok James Lalande Latonya Lee Herbert Leshoure Michael Leshoure Kenneth Lewis

John Logan Jason Logsdon Chelsea Lazar William Lund Emily Maisel Sarah Mantels

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Alison Mastny Kristy Maulden Carey McClintock Andrew McCormick Keely McDaniel James McDonald

Donald McFarland Brandon Miller Casey Miller James Miller Antwan Mobley Saengchan Mokaphan

Karen Morenz Steven Musson Erin Mytty Heather Nalbone Anita Nash Eric Nash

Noelle Nelson Matthew Nerlien Joshua Newport Kimberly Nicol Brooke Niles Alison Nimz

Jennifer Olson Michael Osterbur Mary Owen Sejal Panchal Katarina Park Shannon Parmer

Sarah Parr Alpa Patel Stephanie Pease Seth Peasley Antonio Peat Felicia Pettigrew

Marcus Phillips Lacie Pierce William Pierce Jeffrey Piper Kristen Porter Sarah Randolph

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Joseph Reay Antonie Reynolds Harvey Reynolds Meagan Roberts Bridgett Robinson Dennis Robinson

Heidi Rodgers Christine Rodgers Craig Rappel Don Ross Dan Rossini Shannon Ryan

Monica Samii Alexandra Savvas Kristie Scheu Christina Schiaretti Kristen Schwenk Robert Scott ~

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Arin Seaman Jennifer Setters Lucinda Shair Sarah Shair Robert Simutis Chontrale Smith

Nathaniel Smith Shaune Spurlock Sarah Stack Jessica Stinson Catherine Sudeth William Summerville

Patrick Tanner Jeremy Tengwall Stacy Tepper Desiree Thorton Charles Thorsen Lucas Thurman

Latonya Tolston Kenya Toombs Katherine Townsend Elizabeth Trail Huy Tran Andrew Traxler

Cherie Truax Angel Turner Tanika Tyler Gradis Upshaw Jennifer VanMatre Jill VanMatre

Brandon Vonner Phong Vu Kristopher Wackerlin Suriego Walker Marc Walsh Birk Walton

Aaron Washburn Nick Watt Kristina Webber Whitney Weber Robin Welch Adam Weldon

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Allison Wickert Amy Williams Felicia Williams John Williams Ryan Williams Joseph Wojtena

Jocelyn Wolf Tarya Womack Jade Wood Christopher Wright Johnathon Wright Jonathan Yacoub

Alura Yarber Corey Young James Zimmerman

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Alexander Acklin Mirad Ali Aaron Alumbaugh Jennifer Arnold Kambiz Ashrafi Matthew Bain

Tanisha Baity Derrick Barber Joshua Barker Michael Bassett Jacqueline Battle Ryan Becker

Jaime Birt Misty Blackmon Jessie Bliss it Jeremy Blunier Hope Bradley Bridgette Brinkmann

Oliver Brize Benjamin Bromiel Andrew Brown Latoya Brown Nathaniel Brown Sylvia Brown

Byron Bunte Michael Burge Daniel Butler Donyetta Butler Dawn Calhoun Jennifer Callahan

Shalanda Campbell Joe Canham April Carter Joshua Carter Lynn Carter Terrayel Cartmill

Debra Chaney Taryn Clapper Jill Corbly Ivy Costello Shanna Cox Charles Crain ~

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Micha Crain Tim Crawmer Kelly Crull Antony Curio James Davis Ellen Day

Erin Day Shaun Dickey William Dickey Tameeka Dixon Tyra Duckworth Brandy Dukes

Cle Easley Seth Eheart Jason Ensign James Estes Dontey Faust Amanda Fields

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What do Juniors Want to do after High School. Career Choices 53% of Juniors said they wanted to go to college. Popular major choices were Psychology, Journalism, Marine Biology, and Pre-med. 27% said they wanted to go into a career field that didn't require college right away, such as a family business or the military. 13% weren't sure what they wanted to do. 7% said they did not plan on attending college because of financial or academic reasons.

Adam Fischer Scott Fischer Ginger Fitzgerald Rachel Flood Shannon Foreman Alicia Foster

Sarah Foust Ron Frame William Freyman Anna Fridman Joshua Gaines Cory Gandy

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Meagen Green Sasha Green Lindsey Grumish Keith Gudeman Derek Guidas Antonio Gutierrez

Cathy Hardig Stephen Harms Michael Hartter Libby Hatchel Anne Hendren Jennifer Hendrickson

Francisco Herrera Robert Hettinger Timothy Hill Chad Hinton Lesley Holloway Theresa Hoskins

Maurice Howard Wendy Hunt William Hurd HaKim Huynh Sarah Jelks Tejpaul Jogi

Elice Johnson Jennifer Johnson Leequon Johnson Malinda Johnson Ashley Jones Chakka Jones

Derjuan Jones Kenitra Jones Nathan Jones Telisa Jones Nicole Karr Sonya Kelly

Luke Knoke Jenna Kotynek Scott Kozoll Rebecca Laesch Robert Lemons Sean Linzy

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As Sophomores, Central High School's class of '95 was anxiously awaiting that huge step to being upperclassmen. Now, as Juniors, they are looking forward to finally being at the top. But next year, as Seniors, they have to start thinking about college. They may start by asking themselves a few questions. For example: - Can I get a good education there? - Does the college have a good athletic program? Do I really want to go to college? - Do I want to go to a big school or a small school? - Do the people there know how to party? - How far away is the college from home? -What is the ratio of girls to guys? Choosing a college is one of the biggest decisions that you'll ever have to make. Good luck to the class of '95!

Kimberly Lomax John Lynch Sharnetta Lynn Benjamin Mast Ryan McCarty John McFarland

Tyson McKenzie Megan McPhee William Means Latoya Merriweather Tomeka Mills Anne Misner

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Yalonda Nash Jessica Nelson Tetsuo Nishida Leslie Noa Seachol Oak Nicole O'Bryan

Sara Ochs Jamie O'Conner Joshua Oliver Daniel O'Neill Jill Otto Sigele Overstreet

Maurice Owens Emily Palmisano Penelope Parmer Vishal Patel Timothy Pavlik Sherry Pearce

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IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERT ISLAND, WHAT THREE THINGS WOULD YOU WANT WITH YOU? "A boat, companionship, and a pack of gum."-Tim Pavlik

"Girls, liquids, and my roller skates."-Adam Beck "A lifetime supply of Garcias' baby stuffed pizzas, stereo with Randy Travis's 'Forever and Ever, Amen,' and Jagger from General Hospital."-Erin Snyder "T.V., Claudia Schiffer, and Cindy Crawford."-Kambiz Ashrafi "A friend, golf clubs, and music."-Lindsey Grumish "Music, a man, and a lifetime supply of Snapple."-Hope Bradley "Food, Video Soul, and Usher Raymond."-Latoya Merriweather "T.V., a Swiss army knife, and a lighter."-Chris Zander "Food, water, and my puppy dog to keep me company."-Marie Tan "Sharon Stone, T.V., and a lifetime supply of pizza."-Joe Canham

Amy Pearson Lakesha Peat Jessica Pheris Christopher Phillips Christopher Pickard Mandrell Phillips

Ryan Quick Sabrina Rainge Sharon Rainge Jane Reed Michelle Rehbein Jay Rhee

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Chansouk Savathphoune Christina Savvas Junetta Schiaretti Rebecca Schlomann Amy Schnitzer Daniellinda Schooley

Matthew Scoggin Heather Seaman Michael Selby Laurie Shapiro Christopher Sheppard Erin Snyder

Carina Spencer Lakesha Spurlock Nathan Stalter Genevieve Stasheff Carolyn Stephens Joshua Stephens

Sarah Storm Karla Stover Ryan Summers August Swinford Donyell Sykes Peter Testory

Heather Thompson Jonathan Thompson Karl Thorpe Jennifer Tran Andrew Valbert Cory Vaughn

Shyla Ward Amy Watson Allison Wattn em Joshua Webber Rebecca Weber Jared West

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Marquis Wilson Angelique Winbush Steve Winters Julie Wise David Wong Jylinda Wright

Jeremy Wyatt Harold Zahnd Abigail Ziegler

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If Look Could Kill. Best Looking

Haley Brown & Mike Wise

The Pick Up Artist's Top 10 List 10. Do you sleep with your head on your chest? Can I? 9. This doesn't have to be a one night stand. 8. Who took the stars out of the sky and put them in your

eyes? 7. Now or in the car? 6. Your feet must be tired; you've been running through my head all day. 5. If I could rewrite the alphabet I would put "U" and "I" together. 4. Have you been drinking milk? Because your body's looking good all over. 3. Pardon me, can I borrow a quarter? I have to call my mom and tell her I'm in love. 2. Why don't you lose that zero and get with this hero? 1. Damn, I wish I was your lover.

Sweet Talker Biggest Flirt

Viviane Kraus & Brock Collins Mo Money Most Likely to Succeed

Mary Janas & Jan Lo


Dr. Giggles Class Clown

Shane Mapson & Alissa Seaman

Here's Hollywood Top 10 Movies

You\e Got the Look Best Dressed

Menace 2 Society 2. Strange Brew 3. The Fugitive 4. Son-in-Law 5. Poetic Justice 6. Say Anything 7. The Program 8. Alladin 9. Holy Grail 10. Boomerang 1.

Otha Harris & Cheron Reed

Top 10 TV shows 1. Martin 2. Beavis and Butthead 3. Home Improvement 4. Seinfeld 5. Living Single 6. Beverly Hills 90210 7. Melrose Place 8. Married with Children 9. Benny Hin's Hour of Power 10. Baywatch

Mad About You Cutest Couple

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Fame Most Talented

Amy Treat & Mike Wan dell In the Spirit Most School Spirited

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Stand By Me Class Sweetest

Shelia Johnson & Mark Palmer Secret Places Favorite Hangouts The Parthenon McDonalds Abby's House Market Place Allerton Park Wareco Campus Inn OZ RCG 1 Zach's House Garcia's Espresso Royale Jimmy John's J. Washburn's roof Sarah's car Home On the End Caleb's

Eagle's Nest Plan B Rockets Elite Diner Keno Bay Centennial Pool Our Dog House Piccadilly Dean's Office The Crib Campus Where the Party is TGI Friday's Morrisey Mattis Lake Mary Ann's The Secret Spot

The Dungeon Pie Full Delight Amanda's House Uno's The Triangle Hot-N-Now Far off Land Champaign Country Club Bradley McKinley Meyell's House Sirlion Stockade Mix 94.5 Ezra's Dave's Pool Hall C.O. Daniel's The Pond

The Road Warrior Most (Un)Talented Driver

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Hello-o Good day for that unbelievable Rock-on My car will be fixed tomorrow Beanswitch I love your a like sassafrass That sucks Badman I got a lot of bills to pay Excuse me, I'm trying to flirt Special That wuz cool, huh huh What up playa But anyways I have to pee so hard Whoop there it is It feels kinda weird, kinda like were not moving

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Sha right Look at these fools Whatever Who's got the quarter What's up dummies Let's all come together Sorry Hola Got a light? Excuse me I DO care BEST is best Hodgey Podgey What's up? Hey smoke this I'm not drinking that Of course I'm 21 officer! LuLu Get out of the dirt! Too much foam


Double Impact Prettiest Eyes

Cory Overstreet & Allison Kuhne

Herbie's in the shop ... again. Cinch it. Anybody got a bowl?

Putanany. No, see I'm lying. You guys that's terrible.

Top 20 List 1. Social. 2. Schwing. 3. 94! 4. Can I hit that? 5. Shut up! 6. Promise to God. 7. Bud B's rule! 8. Ah Sukie, Sukie. 9. Imagine that. 10. What do you want, a

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Ya didn't know. Awesome! What's up with dat?

11. Whose got the Purple P.? 12. Brrr ...

13. B.D. Good W. Bad. 14. BEST is best. 15. Sha right. 16. You go girl. 17. Ya didn't know. 18. It's yours, not mine. 19. Can I get a cigarette? 20. I gave her my heart, she gave me a pen.

You go girl. How'd you like it? Puff, be gone.

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Abby Levin & Jason Vohs The E pert Biggest Brownoser

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MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENTS Getting pulled over by the Mahomet Police, having to put our hands on the dashboard after switching seats, then trying to explain why I was driving Kara's car and I'm only fifteen with "no" license. K.j. and I being told it's happy trails time by S.S.'s dad. Sitting in the car and having jenn C. push it. When I fell in a bush on top of S.R. with 20 people watching and we couldn't get out. In Maryland-Summer of '91 Going over the curb during lunch and having a towtruck fix my flat tire in front of the entire B lunch. Meeting my ex at jenny Gibas' house when he was visiting her older brother. Clogging up the gas station toilet on a church ski trip with everyone else waiting behind me. Being caught in a basement with all my friends and having to sit out 1/4 of my soccer season. Homecoming junior year when I was wearing a really short dress. I sat down to have my picture taken, and the photographer said, "I see you're wearing white." Having all the guys I kiss goodnight hit the mailbox on their way out. no~

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Freshman Year- all of it. I went to get a Coke from the pop machine, and because I was really short then, a kid said, "Hey, are you sure you're in the right school? This is HIGH school." Fortunately, I grew. Killing my LTO by running over a cement mailbox. In seventh grade, I was in a play. I played a princess, despite the fact that I'm a male. During the performance, I tripped on my dress and fell flat on my face. The band trip to Minnesota and having people lie about what happened. (I did NOT run around naked!) Bonfire '93 kissing contest. Running down the wrong lane at Walley World trying to find my car to get my 1.0. so Bon Bon and Budman could return the stupid can opener! Getting my foot run over by a car in front of the guys P.E. class. Having the arm hairs burned in Chemistry ... The smell! Walking in the cafeteria with an arm load of pop, pizza, and breadsticks, and spilling it all over the floor in front of everyone. Driver's Ed and parallel parking. Walking into jimmy John's glass wall, thinking it was the door. Everyone couldn't stop laughing. The Ice Storm freshman year. When K.S.'s dad woke me up in a hotel room with five guys and his daughter, and having various bottles scattered around the room. Getting walked in on by at C.S.'s party by the class of '93! [Right, Kel?) When me and A.A. got taken straight to the police station. Me and A.V. got stuck on the corner in a station wagon with no license. When I fell down a mud slide at lunch and had to wear G.B.'s jeans. When I fell with C.S. on V.V. at the E.L. in the B.R. Walking in on ).C. and Chris with half the class of '93 at C.S.'s. Running from an ambulance after the bonfire at Morrissey. When MOT was more than I expected. Getting my car stuck and thus shutting down the Parthenon. My cousin and I got lost sophomore year at Pepette camp. We took a wrong turn and ended up in the all boys dorm. Or maybe this should be a FAVORITE memory .. . Hanging around with freshman on the cross-country bus. Hitting someone's car trying to parallel park with her in it, thinking I hit the curb, and driving away. S.M.P. At Skateland when josh spilt his pop on himself. When I walked on a baseball bus that I thought was a track bus at about 7:00 a.m. When I took a 45 mph left turn on Devonshire with "Z", "Bones", Lucy and Grey and ended up in the bushes trying to follow "Doc". The hotel room with K.S. and her Dad. Bleeding all over S.K.'s kitchen, and then falling asleep in the front yard with my hand proped up on a big red bat. The Middle School years. The Homecoming '92 football game that I didn't make it to, and having my parents come out to Homecoming dinner with our group and then to the dance with me and my date. When H.B. and S.R. got sick off So.Co. one night and hurled for 2 1/2 hours at S.R.'s house. When B.O. and S.R. fell in a bush with everyone watching, and we couldn't get out. Walking to my car with my friends and realizing that I didn't drive after jolynn reminded me that my mother dropped me off that morning. Running to get back to lunch on time and falling flat on my back on the ice and Mrs. Krinninger stopped to see if I was all right. Being pulled over by the Mahomet P.O. and doing the "Big Switch.'' The "chainsaw" incident at the Caroline House. I was sleeping over at my friend's house and her brother walked in on me when I got out of the shower. Playing the Pyramid Game and losing all over the table. Getting frisked (sexually assaulted) while being arrested for curfew violation at 12:01 a.m. When I was in Chemistry, bending glass, my hair caught on fire, and I didn't even know it! When C.S., T.I., and ).H. decided to go to Indiana and never made it there because C.B. was almost dead. Walking into the mall in Bloomington with a pack of cheese and crackers on the back of my shirt. Trying to park on New St. and mistaking the gas pedal for the brake and taking off backwards, jumping a curb and sailing into someone's backyard, almost hitting the house. Then trying to regain some pride, I peeled out through the front yard onto Clark St. Being knocked unconscious during the Bloomington game Junior year. When asked by the trainer if I would be alright, I told him, "I don't know what time it is."

Tripping and falling down with my tray in the lunch room in front of everyone and being laughed at Freshman year. When I knocked a foreign student's purse in the Chicago River during a field trip. Thank God she got it back. Libby's house. The first time I wore high heels, I was at the mall on the escalator and one of my heels got stuck in the escalator and I couldn't get in out. Everyone was looking and smiling, trying not to make me feel bad, but it didn't help. When everyone at school found out that Cherie Truax is my sister. When I was running the 600 for P.E. and I had passed out in front of the guys who were waiting to run. C.K.- being trampled over by seniors my freshman year on the way to the cafeteria and trying to hold on to the rail. Getting caught by my mom's friend while trying to have a romantic evening at home with my girlfriend. . Coming up the stairs on the first day of school and I tripped and fell in front of a lot of people. Hanging out at S.K.'s playing with rubber gloves and eating different types of food. My Freshman year I was walking down the hallway with my hands in my pockets and someone tripped me and my pants split down the back. Going to the park with Bob and Unc in Greece. Attending weekly educational classes with jessie L., Roger E., Darren M., and Shannon H.; a consequence of the day after the prom in "Turkey Run" freshman year. Peeing in someones driveway only to see their parents drive up with their headlights on me. Talking to M.G. Bonfire '91, choir freshman year, T.P.ing jane and getting caught. All the days of making kinky "R's" with Mr. Decker, and later, Genevieve. Having my cousin, Mark Haussermann, sing "We're Cousins" and substitute degrading remarks in front of Mr. Miller's Chemistry class and then having everyone, including Mr. Miller, laugh. When I fell up the stairs my freshman year and all the Seniors were laughing. When my best friend paged me at K-mart and there were two cute guys from Central there at the same time. Running into a referee in front of everyone, while cheering at a basketball game, freshman year. Walking into a closed door in front of 2000 super hot chics. It was Homecoming of '92 and I was travelling at a brisk 35 mph when I happened to slam into the rear of a nearly new Grand Prix. Locking my keys in my car while it was still running Junior year and not noticing it until 6th hour. Being in band. My Freshman year in winter when I slipped on ice and landed in a puddle of water, soaking my pants. I ended up wearing my P.E. sweatpants all day. Running to catch up with V.K. and A.K. freshman year, tripping on a tree trunk at lunch and falling flat on my face in front of the fine senior guys. Having Garenne act as V.K.'s dad only to find out that my mom knew I was lying the whole time on the phone. While I was at track pratice, racing Libby Trail in hurdles, showing off for the Centennial dudes, I tripped over the third to the last hurdle and, after thinking I could make it over the next one, I ate up the track with every part of my body. I was trying out for the Edison Talent Show my eighth grade year and we proceeded in doing a little stunt and I got dropped on my back on stage and dust from the stage started to rise. I just lay there. Preparing for the Madrigal Dinner Concert, while putting on the tunic and tights, having three girls walk into the changing room and just look at me with a confused expression on their faces. They turned around and left VERY quickly. When I was in the back seat of my friend's two-door car and I got out and landed face first into the grass. Shooting at the wrong basket when we were playing Centennial, my sophomore year. Being slapped in World Studies by S.D. in front of Dr. Wojtena. Parking my car at Savoy 14 and having some guy tell me it was rolling away, then having to chase after it while trying to unlock it. Trying to find my class numbers instead of my room numbers. Congratulating my female friend by patting her on the back of her shoulder, and having her turn around before I could stop patting her shoulder. Before I knew it, I was patting her breasts. Having my mom explain to me what "blue cojones" were and then trying to explain to my future girlfriend why I didn't feel well. Forgetting to put my car in park, then looking up to see my car slowly run over Allison Kuhne's mailbox. Actually running into a parked car with A.B. and K.K. When I wiped out on the ice in front of a school bus full of people as well as the people leaving school at 3:15 my freshman year . . junior year: When I showed up 25 minutes late to take my ACT test. When I got caught for cheating on an Algebra-2 test and still got an F. When me and C.K. went to McDonald's during the summer and my shorts fell down, then C.K.'s shoes were slippery, and when she went to grab the door handle to the car, she slid under the car. Throwing up in Spanish 1 and then coming to school the next day to hear that I had died. Walking down Springfield Ave. in Regan's bra with G-money, and having a car full of upperclassmen pull over to talk to us. When Jill Cavey and Stacey Smiricky roller bladed to my house and caught me in the act with a certain someone.(E.L.) Having Mr. Smith fall asleep while explaining a problem to me. When I woke up in K.L's basement with shaving cream all over me. My first time at Rocky Horror.

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SENIOR WILLS SENIOR WILLS I, Brian Meis, will to D.T. the great memories, miracle ears, and the high times of life. To S.S., 2nd hour with K. Smith. To S.D., the slap, and toT., the next two best years. I, Hilary, will to Kathy best wishes in all you do. Thanks for always being there for me. To Katie (Clover), thanks for all the great times and rides. To Hannah, my "little" sis; a great 3 years at Central. You're the best. I love you! I, Colin Winter, will to Tom some money, to Tom's mom all of my buttons, to Mrs. Joy some Midol, to Marc a new stuffed pig and a lighthouse. To Steve Joy a new set of parents, to David I will a batch of "Potato Coke". I, Emily Gunderson, Bequeth to Stephanie Phelps a little love and affection, to Joanne Lui a dress, to Kristin Schanche a hot man, Terra Martin some of her mom's soup, to Cathy Hardig F.E.A. a victory over Rantoul, and a little touchy feely, to Joe Tucker, a disco joint in Ireland and a courant croissant, y a Ia Sra. VanEs un episidio de Destines. I, Natahe Hercik, hereby bequeath to the Manuel Club/Bud B's their own cigarettes, another Bud, our own Jimmy John's, and my eternal friendship, to N.J. $20 and a cigarette, to E.M. a bottle of Tan Marie, to A.W. another one night stand, and to Marv-I'm not that bad. To my brother m-a-p-s-o-n, thanx for being there for me. Thanks for being my boy. And to my senior girls J.C. G.B. R.H. A.S. and all the others, best of luck to you in the future and may BAMA-power be with you always. I, Amy Treat, bequeath to Chris Sheppard, a big chicken on the sidewalk to visit daily upon returning from lunch; to Genevieve, a unisex jester costume with bells; to Mary a chance to "play the pup" in next year's leads; to Leo, a new wife because Karen is leaving you; and Jim, a box of Chewy Granola Bars and a clear high "C". I, Samantha Brim, will to Evan "dos puntas", you deserve them; to all my Junior homies, be patient, it's your turn next; to Jo-Jo and Shelia all those memories of 1st hour Spanish; and last but not least to all my friends the best of luck in whatever you do. I leave my sense of humor to anyone who takes things too seriously. Big ups to Da Hood! Mo shots out to all the "sexy" women come-n up .... call me. Dig! "Don't let them stop you cause you suggin!" I'm out, I'll holla! To Terry N. I leave my drivers liscense so he can finally have one. To Brian Jones I leave my stereo so he can finally have one. To my Best Friend Kelly Jones to make in somehow to the NBA and find a girl that he can stay with. To Justin Swim to become .a Rodeo Star. And to all ' my Football teammates it's been fun even though we haven't won a lot of games. I, Josh May, will: Scott K.-a new addiction. Caleb W.-1 will you weeks of grounding. To the soccer team ONE successful season. Gini-happiness. Stacey my love and friendship. Jill and Pat-forever in love. E.C.-1 will to you our memories, and my love, Just remember. I bequeath to Graolis 111 my good study habits, and my uncanny ability to attract the finest of the opposite sex. Love ya! Lil' bro. To my Lil' sista' Kimmy '95 is next. Take that track team to state 1 more time girlfriend. LaRae, we finally made it! It's time two make the big $'s now. We 'bout to be rich!! I, Joshua Hellmer, will to Bazzani an old school "1970's" skate session and an opportunity to go skiing again, Betsy a trip to the secret spot and an eternal time-sot, Alwes one more man to man in your driveway, Wise a punk session, and thumbs up to Washburn, Helms, Jones, Henderson, Claude, Gorham and Joy. I, Zach Benson, hereby bequeath to Ryan, Kozoll, and Pete, an invitation to Carbondale. To all the partying Seniors, thanks for the 4 year buzz. To John G., the box that's been in the family for years. I, Jason Vohs, will to Zach, Scott, and Josh the ability to fathom the amazing SCAPE of reality. My thanks to the provider of plan B, a.k.a. Ameritech, a.k.a. the Dungeon. To Scatter a brunette, to B-bob and friends a good 3 years, and to Paul and Chuck a pair of bottomless cups. I, Kristin Schanche, will to Genevieve, Jenny H., and Sara a ton of toilet paper, rice, and water guns. To Jim, the inability to sing above tenor range. To Sean, all the food he can eat. To Ber, as great a time at CHS as I had, be on TIME! Love ya all! I, Holly Herrera, will to Kelly Donnelly a man of average heililit, to Jenny Caspers, a locked door. To Jamie O'C., Euclid in every pose you can draw, To Paco, a car that works and one girl. And to Wes Wilson, my love forever and a day. . I, Norma Traquena, will to{· Amber Bourne, my best friend, Laughton Michael Messmer, to Kathy my other best bud anything she wants, to Mandy, #44, for the Tappers, tlianks, to D. al the Ken Griffey's IJOssible and to everyone else my love. I, Jennr, Bartholomew, will to Sasha all the freshmen to mold how you like them, Abby and Christine ... Be good! I, "M&M ' will to Mike, my weights so he too can have a superior body. To Janna S., whom I will never forget, some stridex for her greasy face. To my "neighbor" the ability to get over shyness by using your big mouth. To my bra, the ability to sneakout of classes, get caught, yet somehow "disappear." I, Sarah Orban, leave to the rest of the students at Central, the ability to become more than a mindless herd of cattle and to realize that their individuality is a gift not a curse. I, Megan Gorski, will my brother, Charlie, full reign of Central without his BIG sister looking over his shoulder. I will the baseball team a devoted fan to chase balls and yell at every game. And, I will my good friend Cathy, a potential love life and a better band. I, Lori Greenwood, hereby bequeath to Brock Collins hoping that you will find a place in your heart to forgive me and to Amanda "Bailwood" my bad attitude. Also to Kate Keller and Anne Baile, Thank you for the best 4 years in H.S. and good luck w /your volleyball career. I, Jan Lo, hereby bequeath to my brother,"Debs", all the success in the future. To Rocket, J-Hole and a place in the great class of 94'. To the soccer team, a new head coach, and to all the fellas, many more times of "hypogenitizing". I, Liz Duffy, will to G.G. a great senior tennis year. To the best flag-football team, thanks for the memories. And to the senior class, good luck in the future, you're the best and I'll never forget you. To Scott, Pete, and John; take a college day to S.I.U. and come see me. To all the guys who partied for four years straight, thanks for making high school what it should be. I, Betsy Owen, hereby bequeath to my fellow Bud B's and Manual Club Members a place to party, trips to Waco, and many more nights filled with wambozy. I'll never forget you all. To Haley a feat, successful, very happy life thanks for ALWAYS being there for me. To my little sis the ability not to get caught and a great next two years. To Lindsey wish you Good Luck with the next year's yearbook and some scissors for those vicious computers. And to all those that were friends and I partied with I leave many more fun times and luck in the future . I, Mason Dively, will my everlasting love and faithfulnees to Karla Smith. And by the way I'm not whipped! To my sister, I will the ability to quit smoking and stop hanging out on the hill. To my bozy, I will the ability to have a kick a - summer of '94! I, nobody, bequeath to somebody the skill of parking a car, and all the chemistry books she can fit in her life-size dufflebag. I will to the underclassmen in the Rock group the strength to endure. I will to Sara Ochs my copy of Rush Limbaugh's book "The way things ought to be". I, John Washburn, will to all my friends the ability to get out of Champaign Urbana as soon as possible. And to Viviane Kraus, you WILL marry me! I, Jill Cavey, herely bequeath to Gini our vacations and a perfect life, to Kate, a bra, to Alissa, a lifetime of tans and TRUE friends, to Erion, our ski trip, to Miche le, Delights, Stacey, a good man, to Brock, my thanks, and to Patrick, many late night calls, a shoulder for me to cry on and my friendship, TRUST, and · · love forever. I, Colleen Strunk, hereby bequeath to Kara a great time in college, and the best in all you do. To Evie Younger, the ability to know when to stop partying and start studying!! And to Emily and Jamie, A great senior year, and come party with me!! I, Jennifer Heaton, will to 'Genta: many fun trips to Geneva and the riglit to do the time warp whenever she pleases; to Chuck: my crown; to Sarah: a big leaf to eat and the memory of barfing with me; and last, but not least, to Gen: my undying devotion. I will to Ivy Costello the ability to graduate this year. I, Julie Harney, give to my sister Jaime the ability to date all the b-guys in Central, and to Amy Pearson, the ability to get a man and stay with him for over 24-hours. I SSP, of sound mind and body, leave to Emmy P. the ability to have fun, friends and a little bit of brains, to Ellen D. the first chair, and Penpe the ability to succeed in everything her heart desires. I, K. Jones, will to my best bud, J. Skillings, the ability to carry out his dream in the N.F.L. And when he signs his multibillion contract, not to forget the little people, To Neil C., a better time at CHS than me. To David B., a S.O., And everlasting parties to Bazzani, Bennett, Hellmer, Helms, Wise. I, P.A.L., bequeath to: Jill- the ability to always be RIGHT!, All my LOVE, all our great memories (Chicago, the Ski Trip, Cancun) and my Thanks, for everthing. I've had a great time and I'll always be here for you. BAMA- my thanks for being my boy, and my nick name "Bruce". Jimmy Crack Com-Pontiac, what a great weekend. I, David Freeman, bequeath to my sister 2 more good years at Central, to my cousin Rae my Dolamite tape, to my FRESHMAN cousins Cristina and Maria I leave 3 good years at Central. And to L.G. my U.L. I, Evie Younger, hereby bequeath to the nasty '94 (manual club), one for the road. To the nicoteam may you do a set without an asthma attack. To Matt Himes may you l:le as perfect as me. And to all those I called friend these past four years, a place in my heart. I, Jennifer Gibas do will to Angelica a life long friendship w / love, understanding and lots of letters! To Aaron and Eliot two orders of fries wI cheese from Daddy O's. To M.C., one trip to Chicago to meet M.B. (137% T.L.)! To "The Rock", may God bless you and help you grow. I, Ryan Tabeling, give to Danny O'Neill the ability to excell in baseball as well as the ability to excell in getting MANY FEMALES!!! and to Jonathan Thompson Thanks for a great 10 years of being best friends!

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Yearbook ( ongrats Year book Staff on another great job on the Maroon publication. Despite the many pageredoing, picture-taking, caption-making, picturelosing, copy-typing, picture-cropping, cropperlosing, nail-biting, headache-causing, deadlinemissing, editor-worrying hours, we still managed to put out a great yearbook. On the lighter side, we had a fun, pizza-eating, dart -shooting, gift-giving, gift-getting , memoryfilled semester. Way to go, and remember that we are, and always will be #1 .

An Editor Hard At Work.

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The Seniors Pose With Their Favorite Yearbook Member.


Look Up There, It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Super Yearbook!

Rachel Enjoys Yearbook. We Love Secret Santas!!!

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French Club French Club is a very active club at Central. Throughout the year, the members participate in activities such as the caramel apple sales, Halloween flower sale, and watching French movies to earn extra-credit. The major event of the club is the annual Christmas party when gifts are exchanged and everyone experiences great food and games. At the meetings, future activities and fund-raising are discussed. French Club is a great way to experience french culture and have fun while doing it.

ROW 1- Christie Rogers, Rachel Flood, orma Traquena, Stephanie Walsh, Mary Janas, Jan Lo, Kristy Summers, Abby Levin, Amy Schnitzer, Jacqueline Vidakovich, Liz Duffy. ROW 2- Murad Ali, Dennis Weber, Ben Bromeil, Chansouk Savathphoune, Tammie Reinhart, Sarah Foust, Robyn Graff, Genevieve Stasheff, Stephanie Phelps, Corey Young, Sarah Bachman. ROW 3-Meg McPhee, Michael Averbuch, Bridgette Brinkman, Tim Crawmer, Amy Pearson, Kambiz Ashrafi, Ezra Finkin, Lucy Shair, Lisa Janas, Alison Mastny, Alison imz. ROW 4-John Fettig, Matt Allender, Chris Sheppard, Jeffery Rutan, Joe Tucker, Heather albone, Valerie Van Dooren, Amber Ireland, Krista Smith, Catherine Sudeth, Maite Sadaba, Penelope Parmer, Erin Boucek, Sarah Randolph, Sean Gordon.

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TRES CHIC!!! A Flower For Mon Amore!


ROW 1- Tim Crawmer, Jan Lo, Genevieve Stasheff, Amy Schnitzer, Mary Janas, Dennis Weber. ROW 2-Ben Bromiel, Robyn Graff, Abby Levin, Kristy Summers, Alicia Foster, Rachel Flood, Alison Mastny, Christie Rogers. ROW 3Corey Young, Sarah Randolph, Erin Boucek, Valerie Van Dooren, Liz Duffy, Ezra Finkin, Lucy Shair, Kambiz Ashrafi, Jeffery Rutan, Lisa Janas.

French H.S. Being a member of the French Honor Society is a great honor and a goal that is slightly difficult to attain. In order to be a member, one must maintain straight "A's" in French class, as well as remain on the honor roll at Central. The group is led by Madame Majdiak. The French Honor Society does not hold any meetings during the year. In fact, their major event is the initiation of new members in the Spring. Honor Society Officers.

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ROW 1- Amber Roberts,Tearinee Upshaw,Brandi Williams,Shelia Johnson, Tanya Parker,Cheron Reed,Jolynn Caroline,Samantha Brim ROW 2- Antonio Reynolds,Lashonda Smith,Charee Lewis,Dionna Williams,Yolanda Jackson,Elesha Williams,Sonya Kelly,Loritha Mobley,Malinda Johnson ROW 3- Christopher Phillips, Tim Hill,Talaya Sibley,Terrica Miller,Tammy Barber,William Summerville,Carla Ward,Evan Washington,and Faye Catchings-Sponsor

1t is not just a black thing

when it comes to the Afro-American Club. It is for anyone who wants to learn about black history and culture. Led by Faye Catchings, the club meets every other Thursday to discuss upcoming events and,of course, black history. Each year the club does a special event to help the community. This year's special event was the sock drive. All the donated socks went to the Cunningham Children's Home where they were well appreciated. During basketball season the club sells popcorn and gives part of the proceeds to the team.

The club presents the annual talent show. It never fails to be the best of the three high schools in the Champaign-Urbana area. What a duo! What a great-looking group!

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Tammy Barber is a loyal member.


Fall Musical TThis fall a cast of hard working music lovers got together with Mr. Decker to put on one of Central's finest operettas. The operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan is the story of a former office boy, now First Lord of the Admiralty, Sir Joseph Porter (played by Ryan Quick), who seeks the hand of Capt. Corcoran's daughter, Josephine (played by Amy Treat and Genevieve Stasheff). Josephine is in love with a cornrnorn sailor, Ralph Rackstraw (played by Nate Jones), but cannot bring herself to admit it to him because of their social disparity. Sir Jose_ph, thinking she is dazzled by his rank, propounds the theory that love is a platform upon which all ranks meet, thus neatly pleading Ralph's cause. The burnboat woman, Little Butercup (played by Jackie Vidakovich and Kristin Schanche) reveals that when younger, she was a baby- farmer and mixed up two children: Ralph and the Ca_ptain. As it ends up Ralph is really the Captain and can wed Josephine. Above left- a than Jones, John McFarland, and Joseph Tucker. Above right-Amy Treat Oosephine) sings of her secret love.

The lovely ladies of the Pinafore!

Ryan Quick sings his solo with perfection!

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Spanish Club Spanish Club is The more than a Coke and a smile.It is a Coke, some cookies, brownies, and many happy people playing games. When in need of money the Spanish Club has an occassionalfundraiser organized by the club co-presidents and sponsor Mrs. Van Es. This year the club sold wrapping paper. The club offers the complete learning of Spanish traditions through field trips and help from the Spanish foreign exchange students. This club allows you to learn and have fun at the same time.

ROW 1- Anne Misner,Betsy Owen,Jennifer Caspers,Maile Sadaba ,Maria Guutierrez,Cathy Hardig,Dawn Calhoun,Christina Savvas,Steve Harms ROW 2- Lindsey Grumish,Mary Mulliken,Rachel Flood,Dani Schooley,Allison Wattnem ,Cheron Reed,Jolynn Caroline ,Stephanie Moore ,Amanda Fields, Allison Mytty,Michelle Shahin,Seth Eheart ROW 3- Anna guyen,Jennifer Arnold,Thomas Gorham,Jessica Pheris,Katherine Seaman,Mathew Tepper,R .J. Hettinger,Mike Hartter,Mark Palmer,Timothy Hartman,Jennifer Heaton ROW 4- Christopher Pickard,Erica Wiggins,Erin Day,Maggie Cascone ,Laurie Shapiro,Evila Younger,Mathew Mulliken,Jacob Goldstein,Mark Haussermann,Zachery Cain,Stacey Smiricky,Erinn Colclasure,Alissa Seaman

ROW 1- Eric Berger,Nikki Williams,Alpa Patel,Tammy Mapson,Melanie Fatemi,Jenny Olson,Erin Mytty,Jill Van Matre,Arin Seaman,Allison Wickert,Briana Colclasure ROW 2- Stephanie Garth,Amanda Allender,Joanne Strauss, ikki Parkeypile ,Leslie Harms,Libby Trail,Jena Setters,Stephanie Darling,Elizabeth Gaffron,Alex Savvas,Stacy Tepper,Tracy Cameron ROW 3- Liza Suttle,Missy Hutjens,Jeffrey Piper,Chris Wright,Don Ross,Jeremy Tengwall,Huy Tran,Terra Martin,Meagan Roberts,Jenny Gilbert,Celeste Kington, oelle elson

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J'I\EJOR. DEl J'I\EJOR. S.H.S

Mr. Wojtena congratulates Matt and Jake. [Below photo) A picture of all the new inductees.

Although it is not quite as active as the Spanish Club, the Spanish Honor Society, sponsored by Mrs. Van Es, offers many benefits to its memebers. For example, mentioning your membership on a college transcript will look great seeing as how in order to become a member, a student must maintain an "A" in Spanish for two years running, and must continue to maintain it after initiation, which is no small feat. Once a year the society has a flower sale to raise money for its initiation ceremony in May. This is a very profound and prestigious club.

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National H.S. National Honor Society is a very prestigious club and is made up of the elite students at Central. The club is led by Mrs. Cotter and Mr. Miller. Students must apply for membership and their applications are reviewed by the faculty and sponsors. Members are accepted on the basis of their grade point average, teacher evaluation, character, service, and leadership. As a member, you are required to pay $5.00 in dues. This year's club consists of about 40 members and the new members will be initiated in the spring.

ROW 1- David St.Peter, Emilie Gunderson, Amy Schnitzer, Cathy Hardig, Dawn Calhoun, Joanne Liu, Jennifer Heaton, Kristin chanche, Genevieve Stasheff, Dan 0' eil. ROW 2-Rachel Flood, Matt Mulliken, Becca Laesch, Bridgette Brinkman, Chris Pickard, Jamie O'Connor, Lynn Carter, Rebecca Weber, Erin Block, John Kitson, Kambiz Ashrafi. ROW 3-Mary Mulliken, Dani Schooley, Jan Lo, Dennis Weber, Lindsey Grumish, Mary Janas, Brian Jones, Colleen Strunk, Sea Oak. ROW 4- Thalassa Tam, Betsy Owen, Erin Snyder, Eric Alcaraz, athan Stalter, Marc Zollinger, Khamla Savathphoune, Cam McGill, Mark Haussermann, Tim Crawmer. ot Pictured: Liz Duffy.

Honor Society Initiates.

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Friends In And Outside Of The Club.


Speech Team

ROW 1- Jim Lalande,Kristin Schanche,Genevieve Stasheff,Jennifer Heaton,Penelope Parmer,Eleanor Stasheff ROW 2Joanne Liu,Jason Wilson,Robyn Graff,Cheron Reed,Sean Gordan,Chansouk Savathpphoune,Kim Schanche,Shannon Parmer,{olynn Caroline ROW 3- Jennifer Callahan,Stephanie Walsh,Khamla Savathphoune,Mark Haussermann,Mike Wandel ,Brian Jones,Jacqueline Vida kovich,Amy Treat

don't like physIficalyouexertion but like to talk, then S_peech Team might be the team for you. Speech is a sport and just like an athletic team, the members compete in meets with other schools in the Big Twelve while coached by Mrs.Pilcher. Yet to be a productive member, knowledge of current affairs is stressed. Members also have the chance to advance all the way to state level. Speech competitions are broken up into seven different division ranging from original comedies to dramatic interpretations. If that isn't satisfying enough, it's also sweat-free.

Haussie is so dramatic. Amy and Mark stop talking to take this photo.(Top photo )Stephanie works on her speech.

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Row 1 Steve Joy, Viviane Kraus, Allison Kuhne , Colleen Strunk, and Mr. Allen Row 2 Kimberly Lomax , Karla Stover, Erin Synder, Janie Reed, Sea Oak, Amy Treat Row 3 Tim Krug, Rebecca Weber, Jessica elson, Lynn Carter, athan Stalter, Jason Wilson, and David Wong

TThe German Club and

German Honor Society at Central are a group of fun-loving foreign language students who know how to have a great time. The German Club enjoys many parties during the year including their annual Christmas party . There they play exiting games (Twister,Cherades, and Pictionary) and exchange gifts. The German Club also enjoys numerous field trips throughout the year. Annually they travel to Chicago where they enjoy a variety of activities. The German Honor Society is a group of German students who have excelled in German, recieving a 5.0 in German class. Recently the German Honor Society has started a new tradition by visiting the middle schools in the fall to promote German as " the language to take" . The main event of the German Honor Society is the Initiation which is held in the spring.

German Honor Society Officers: Treasurer Steve Joy, Secretary Allison Kuhne, Mr. Allen, Vice President Viviane Kra us, President Colleen Strunk

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Jason Wilson knows how to party!


Row 1 Madhu Renduchintala, Jessica elson, Steve Joy, Tim Krug, Viviane Kraus, Allison Kuhne, Colleen Strunk, Amy Treat, and Mr. Allen Row 2 Amanda Ennis, Annie Tock, James Freyman, Karla Stover, Carrie Stephens, Erin Snyder, Janie Reed, Sea Oak, and Devin Barkley Row 3 Heather Koch, Ramsey Margison, Rebecca Weber, Lynn Carter, Sara Anderson, Kelly Faust, Kate Weber, Monica Samii, Sam Mall and Jason Wilson Row 4 Ben Ervin, Chris Zander, Chris Kammer, Dan Butler, Jim Lalande, Byran Bunte, Adam Beck, Josh Kraus, ate Miller, and Christa Burdette

The German 4 students enjoy a funfilled fall afternoon in Centrals beautiful courtyard! (left) Viviane shows the proper way to eat a bratwurst: She swallowed it! (right)

German Club Officers: Vice President Viviane Kraus, President Tim Krug, Secretary Allison Kuhne, and Treasurer Jessica elson.

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Melanie and Mary pose for a picture while exchanging gossip.

I love Drama Club!

Drama Club If you are a young actor with hopes of becoming a star someday, you may consider joining Drama Club. As one of the fastest growing clubs at Central, the group has grown to forty members compared to five members two years ago. Under the new leadership of Mrs. Richter, the group is filled with youth and excitement. Plans of the club include the winter production of "Spoon River Anthology" and the spring play "Steel Magnolias." Future activities and workshops involve going to New Orleans to the "One Act and Oral Interpretation Contest." Drama Club can expect a bright future and continued succes. Officers: Genevieve Stasheff, Kristin Schanche, Jennifer Heaton, Mrs. Richter, Rebecca Weber, Penelope Parmer. What's up dude?!

What are you guys doing?

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Row 1: Mary Hercik. Row 2: Shannon Parmer, Sara Anderson, Jacqueline Vidakovich, Amy Treat, Erin Shepard, Sean Gordon. Row 3: Michelle Rehbein, Rebecca Weber, Kelly Faust, Leslie Amacher, Melanie Fatemi, Penelope Parmer, Eleanore Stasheff, Lynn Carter, Kate Weber, Eva Andersson. Row 4: Heather Collins, Desiree Thornton, Tammy Barber, Jessica elson, Chansouk Savathphoune, Christopher Wilson, Mrs. Lisa Richter, Joe Tucker, Jim Lalande, Kim Schanche, Jennifer Heaton, Kristin Schanche, Geneviev Stasheff, Monica Samii, Will Summerville.


fRE~ Row 1-Tom Gorham, Jessica elson, Genevieve Stasheff, Jennifer Heaton, Sara Ochs, Chansouk Savathphoune, and Seth Eheart Row 2-Steve Joy, Dani Schooley, Erin Synder, Amanda Fields, Bridgette Brinkmann, Becca Laesch, and Leslie Noa Row 3-Sasha Green, Amanda Hamilton, Krista Smith, Amber Ireland, Amy Bantz, Elise VanLaar, Joanna Strauss, and Sean Gordon

S.F.B.W. s students for a Better World is an environmentally conscientious club that attempts to make our world a better place. All of the members stand up for what they believe in and are dedicated to improving our environment. Students for a Better World is run by Sara Ochs, (President of SFBW) who calls regular meetings where they discuss activities for the month. Their activities include Animal Rights Week, the recycling of paper in the classrooms, and an Easter egg hunt for children without parents. This group of young adults are sure to make a difference in the future of our environment. Above left-Becca and Erin enjoy the Great Outdoors! Above right- Tom ponders about the future of our planet o

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Where are all of those fingers coming from Steve?

Bridgette smiles for mother nature!

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5. Council

Mary supporting Sports Day.

Being most likely the biggest influential group at Central, Student Council has the responsibility of organizing and following through with much of what happens in our school. While running the club's sponsored events, members are able to learn as well as exhibit their leadership and dedication. Some events organized by Student Council include Homecoming, Pumpkin Grams, Safe Rides, Trash Pick-up, Holiday Jingles, Vice Versa, Food for Families, and Sports Day. Members are given work-hour requirements to meet before the next meeting, which are held once a month during school. This organization is headed by math teacher Mrs. Jones and the elected Executive Board. Student Council is out to make a unified student body at Central so everyone can be involved and active during their momentous High School career.

Hey, what's over there?

Student Council is so great!!

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Officers: Dawn Calhoun, Cheron Reed, Steve Joy, Jolynn Caroline, Dani Schooley, Erin Snyder, Viviane Kraus.


UpperClassmen- Row 1: Tom Gorham, Jason Wilson, Jill Cavey, Cheron Reed, Dawn Calhoun, Anne Misner. Row 2: Kristy Summers, Allison Kuhne, Viviane Kraus, Latoya Brown. Row 3: Rachel Flood, Erin Snyder, Jenny Callahan, Dani Schooley, Mary Mulliken, Adam Fischer. Row 4: Chris Pickard, Steve Joy, Dan O'neill, Lindsey Grumish, Jolynn Caroline.

Lower Classmen- Row 1: Samantha Bien, Gretchen Block, Sarah Bain, Tim Fischer, Mary Owen, Anne Haussermann, Jeff Piper, Allison Ackerman, Tony Pomonis. Row 2: Brandon Scott, Jenny Gilbert, Jena Setters, Will Sensenbrenner, Brent Snyder, Brad Barker, Katie Townsend, Allison Pickard, Jeff Wilhelm. Row 3: Rachel Atterberry, Michael Layman, Heather Collins, oelle elson, Joanna Strauss, Heather Koch, Sarah Cotten, Erin Shepard, Asad Husain.

Below: Mary smiles for Stuco. Above: Erin daydreaming at Sports Day.

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SCI~IICE Officers- Jessica

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central's Science Club is a group of students that are intelligent and enjoy science. They like to explore different fields of science. Some of the activities the Science Club plans to participate in are the science fair at Dr. Howard Elementary School, rocket launches, and a field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Freyman sponsor the group aand help the group prepare for the different activities. Science Cub offers an excellent opportunity for students to excel at science.

Row 1-Melanie Fatemi, Krissy Webber, Ma ry Hercik, Amy Schnitzer, Will Freyman, Bridgette Brinkman, Michael Averbuch. Row 2-Micah Cotten, Charlie Gorski , Jessica elson, Joanne Lui , Marc Zollinger, Lindsey Grumish, Rachel Flood, Katie Townsend, Toni Freeman. Row 3- Shaune Spurlock, Christa Burdette, Brian Jones, Rebecca Weber, Hope Bradley, Lynn Carter, Cathy Hardig, Leslie oa, Kristen Schanche, Brook iles. Row 4-Mike ewman, Colin Winter, Jena Setters, Erin Boucek, Josh Blackwell, Sea Oak, Ben Bromiel, David St. Peter. Row 5-Seth Ehearl, Desiree Thornton, Marshall Henry, Sarah Randolph, Jeff Fang, Eric Berger, Asad Husain. Row 6-Lucy Shair, Harvey Reynolds, Amber Ireland, Brian Meis. ~

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y Lil Maroons D id you know that Central is not just a high school? Three days a week, preschoolers attend classes. The Little Maroons meet in the rock with the child development classes. This not only gives our Central students first hand experience in caring for children, but it also offers parents an option other than daycare, because this program is free. The Little Maroons are involved in many activities. The most noticeable is the Halloween parade. The preschoolers dress up in their costumes, and go from room to room trick or treating. Little Maroons is a good program for those interested in child development.

Maurice Howard likes to kick it with his little buddies.

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l ~ J.\11 011 i'I\E Peer Ears

Left to right- Row 1: jenny Heaton, Ivy Costello, Carina Spencer, Brandi Williams, Latoya Brown, Allison Kuhne, Tawana Lee, Lorenzo johnson. Row 2: Corey Overstreet, Abby Levin, ate )ones, Steve joy, Charlie Evans, Tanya Parker, Otha Harris, Betsy Huff, Santez White, Sheila Johnson, Erin Block.

what is a Peer Ear? It is

someone who encourages trust, openness, and empathy and accepts people for who they are. A Peer Ear is a trained student that offers advice to those students who are seeking support or alternatives for decision making. Peer Ears are open to help anyone, anytime with any problem and what occurs during the meeting is totally confidential. This group is run by Mr. David Skadden, the social worker here at Central High School. Peer Ears is open to junior and seniors who wish to lend a caring hand, or ear for that matter. To become a member of this club you apply in the spring of your sophmore year, have an in-depth interview with the club and Mr. Skadden, and attend a training session. This obviously is an organization of Central that is set out to better the lives of our fellow classmates.

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I think I can ... Above: Steve and Joe are ready to listen. Ivy, contri butions.


We love being Peer Ears.

Please get me through this, ALIVE!

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Row 1 Carla Ward, Yolanda Jackson, Terrica Miller, Joy Brownridge, Sarah Jelks, Malinda Johnson, Jolynn Caroline , Toni Freeman Row 2 Cecelia Fitzgerald, Talaya Sibley, Danielle Adkins, Myisha Porter, Maria Washburn, Lesley Hollaway, Jason Wilson, Shaune Spurlock Row 3 Callary Kent, Kimberly Jenkins, William Summerville, Tim Hill, Tammy Barber, Latoya Brown, Loritha Mobley, Christina Washburn, Charles Drake, Heather Collins

The Principal Scholar Program at Central, led by Mrs. Parker and Mr. Drake, is very successful. The club's members are chosen by the principal and counselors and are challenged by a course of study that prepares them for college programs in business, math and science. Some of the club's main goals are to enhance their academic courses, also to help with the awareness of career choices. Some activities of the club include math tutoring, an ACT workshop, and participating in various competitions. The club helps students attain their goals.

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Tammy takes care of business. PSP members take a break.


isey Battle, Sarah Anderson, Jessica Nelson, and Heather Collins

Orchestra TThe Orchestra Club here at Central is rather small. The members, however, join forces with the Centennial Orchestra Club for/ractices, meetings, an rerformances. Members o this club find interest in strings or wind instruments and have talent playing an instrument of that sort.

Heather smiles for the camera!

Art Club T The Art Club is one of Central's clubs that involves a great deal of talent and creativity. This club is for students who have talent in things like drawing and painting. The club works on art projects for school functions and designs art for T -shirts for other clubs in the school. Some members of the Art Club participate in art contests. The club also enjoys a few field trips during the school year.

Row 1- Jennifer Heaton, Sean Gordon, Dawn Kesler, and Chansouk Savathphoune Row 2- Jan Lo, Racheal Flood, John McFarland, Seth Eheart, and Sarah Oaks Row 3- Aaron Barr

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jackie, jenny, and Amy cheese for the camera.

Choir Central has five basic choirs that are full of talent and strive to make an impression on the student body and community. Each choir prepares a Fall, Winter, and Spring concert. In addition, each choir puts on its own concert. One popular performance is the Madrigal Dinner concert. Choir members put in a lot of time and effort to make all their performances magnificent.

Madrigals: Row 1-Amy Treat, Maggie Cornyn, Ryan Quick, jennifer Caspers Row 2-Kristen Porter, Shanna Lyncox, Leslie Holloway, Eleanore Stasheff, Trisha Bird, Lisa Janas, Sarah Bachman, Erin Snyder Row 3-)ennifer Gibas, jacqueline Vidakovich, jeremy Wyatt, john Summers, Sean Gordon, Murrad Ali, Seth Eheart, Anita ash, Sara Lasoski, Angela Good Row 4-Genevieve Stasheff, Taryn Clapper, Brian jones, Jeong Choi, Shane Mapson, Mike Waddle, Nathan Jones, Rebecca Weber, Hilary Bryan, Monica Samii Row 5-Erin Block, Etolia Davis, Kristy Summers, Josh Stephens, John McFarland, Micah Cotten, Charlie Gorski, John Kitson, Brock Collins, Sarah Shair, Penelope Parmer, Kristin Schanche

Concert Choir: Row 1-Joanna Straus, Christine Mohrbacher, Susie Miles, Kara Judy, Lindsey Fields, Markell Osler, Angela Hunt, Beth Lynch, Alainna Rodgers, Stephanie 0' eill, Andy Pelz Row 2-Pamela Roberts, Danniele Spencer, Amber Ireland, Craig Rope!, Dedrick Moore, Brandon Olson, Perry Unroe, Chris McFarland, Summer Shelby, Christina Washburn, Missy Sonka, Maria Washburn Row 3-Betsy Wehmer, Amanda Allender, Shirley Johnson, Dan Cheek, Dorress Garbutt, Mike Deponai, Marlin Harris, Ryan Kennedy, Robert Hickman, Dave Kitson, Rachel Autterberry, Francesca Rueda, Tia Smith Row 4-Jessica Erickson, Elise VanLaar, Tyler Quick, Jay Rhea, Brad Barker, Ramsey Margison, Ben Vohs, Douglas Bonczek, Eric Berger, Marty Jancola, Sam Mall, Joey Froescel, Katherine Weber, Jenny Roberts ~

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Show Choir: Row 1-Amy Schnitzer, John McFarland, Jacqueline Vidakovich, Matt Bain Row 2-Monica Samii, Jennifer Caspers, Ryan Quick, ate Kohl, William Summerville, Josh Barker, Megan McPhee, Mary Mulliken, Kimberly Lomax Row 3-Allison Wattnem, Anne Hausserman, Anne Misner, Joe Tucker, Jason Logsdon, ick Barker, Madhu Renduchintala, Karla Stover, Stacey Rose, Allison Imig, Shannon Foreman Row 4-Jennifer Heaton, Rachel Flood, Jim Lalande, Sean Tanner, athan Jones, Itonde Kakoma, Jill Corbly, icole Karr, Amber Roberts, Jocelyn Martinkus, Megan Gorski Row 5-Julie Wise, Amanda Fields, Kimberly Jenkins, Matt Helfer, Matt Allender, Mike Hartter, Jeremiah Auble, Michael Layman, Whitney Weber, April Carter, Tammie Reinhart, Sarah Jelks

Treble Choir: Row 1-Angie Wilson, Stephanie Garth, Abigail Williams, Taronna Me eal, Amy Stoudenmire, Autumn Hiles, Loan Bien, Unique Ammons, Myisha Porter, Cecily Washington, Latoyia Spurlock Row 2-Rochelle Gustafson, Amisha Anderson, Lindy Wheatley, Lynne Elrick, Carla Ward, Amy Bantz, Carrie Cohen, ikki Williams, Anita Simmons, Annie Tack, Jennifer Day, aomi Shapiro Row 3-Centeries Bell, Shaune Spurlock, Lindsay Barr, Sarah Cotten, Angie Dalheim, Lakeshah Peat, Zolanda Kyoe, Felicia Pettigrew, Laurie Shapiro, Kelly Faust, Lindsey Vaughn ~

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Flag Corps

Row 1- ikki Williams, Emilee Maisel, Tracy Cameron, and Lindy Wheatley Row 2- Kristie Scheu, Amy Williams, Kristen Schwenk, Catherine Sudeth, and Liz Miller Row 3- Carey McClintock, Stephanie McBride, Karen Moreny, Kelly Donnelly, and Beth Bailey

TTh e 1993-1994 Flag Corps is one of the most spirited clubs in the school. This year the corps consists of fifteen hard working girls, who enjoy performing at school sport events . Every year the corps selects a captain to help get things organized and show the younger members a good leader. This year the corps captain in senior Stephanie McBride. Emily Maisel a corps member tells how fun the corps can be; "Flag Corps is a blast, especially with the new band director, Mr. Hoffman!" All in all the girls do an excellent job of twirling their flags and showing their spirit!

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Beth concentrates ...

Twirl that flag!


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Quill & Scroll uill and Scroll is an inQternational honorary literary society that honors students with outstanding journalistic abilities. The club is open for juniors and seniors who have contributed to a school publication, such as the Maroon or Chronicle, and are in the upper third of their class. They are recommended for admission by Mrs. Hobbs and Mrs. Johnson. The students in this club usually only meet at the beggining of the year for breakfast. This is held anually at the Original Pancake House and is their one and only meeting. Therefore they are known as the breakfast club.

Thalassa and Brian enjoy a delicious breakfast for free!

Gosh, it's early ...

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Key Club Key Club is an international service organization for high school students that is sponsored all over the world. The Central chapter is sponsored by Mrs . Webber and Mr.Plattner. The students meet every other Wednesday after school. The dues are $8.00 and there are snacks at every meeting. Money raised by the club goes to the different causes. For example, Special Olympics, Sponsor A Child, and Spastic Paralysis Organization, just to name a few. Key Club members are very dedicated people devoted to helping the less fortunate.

Members Amanda Hamiliton, Dani Schooley, Allison Mytty, Meghan Goodling, Becca Laesch, Bridgette Brinkman, Chris Stover, Carla Stover, Josh Barker, Murad Ali, Ryan Quick, Megan Mcphee, Ben Bromiel, Chris Pickard, Chansouk Savathphone, Jan Lo, Kelly Donnelly, Jennifer Caspers, Erin Block, Mary Janas, Amy Schnitzer, Lindsey Grumish, Rachel Flood, Gini Busch, Alissa Seaman, Regan Hunt, Betsy Huff, Colleen Strunk, Joanne Lui, Patrick Lytle, Amanda Grill, Tom Gorham, Brian Jones, orma Traquena, Ashley Jones, Allison Wattnem, Carrie Stephens, Amanda Koehler, Sarah Delia, Irene Panothiocas, Amanda Fields, Seay Ochs, Abigail Levin, Jessica elson, Sasha Green, Anne Misner, Kathryn Seaman, Stephanie Walsh, Matthew Tepper, Dawn Calhoun, Jeffrey Rutan, Jason Hitch, Brian Bunte, Brad Wilhelm, Alicia Foster, Jill Cavey, Tim Crawmer, Sarah North, Kate Keller, Daniel 0' eil, David Llewellyn,

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These are two happy helpers.


Row 1 jeff Feng, Charlie Gorski, William Summerville Row 2 Erin Bocuek, jenny Gilbert, Whitney Weber, Erin Mytty, Anne Haussermann, Mary Owen, jenna Smith, Liz Gaffron Row 3 Thuy Vu, oelle elson, john Gadau, jeff Wilhelm, True Vo, Rachel Anderson, Sarah Callahan, Danette Martin, Celeste Kington, Stephanie Darling Row 4 Dani McMasters, joanne Strauss, Leslie Harms, Sarah Randolph

Four happy Key Club members.

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excited about the election.

Elections Election Board is a service organization that is responsible for making the elections run smoothly. Some of the elections the board is responsible for are the election of the Student Council Members, class officers, homecoming attendants, and of course Homecoming King and Queen. Students petition in the fall and turn them in to Mr. Ochs to become members. They work periodically throughout the year at the elections, and are busy at the polls!

Row 1-Jackie Vidakovich, Lindsey Grumish, Jason Wilson, Megan Roberts, Mary Janas, Sarah Randolph, Karla Stover, Jill Corbly, Steve Joy, Adam Fischer, Amy Treat Row 2-Kara Gadau, Betsy Owen, Kristy Summers, Vivianne Kraus, Allison Kuhne, Chansouk Savathphoune, Jessica Nelson, Erinn Colclasure, Tom Gorham, Stacey Smiricky Row 3-Colleen Strunk, David Llewellyn, Megan McPhee , Mary Mulliken, Anne Hausserman, Mary Owen, Sarah Bachman, Kadee Kurlakowsky, Regan Hunt, Dawn Calhoun, Daniellinda Schooley, Stephanie Walsh, Allison Wattnem, Anne Misner, Carolyn Stephens, Rebecca Leasch, Chris Pickard, Amanda Fields, Celestine Kington, Alissa Seaman, Jenny Olson ~

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ROW 1- Eric Moody, Brad Wilhelm, Mike ewman, Jeremy Tengwall, Jason Wise, Eitan Gauchman, Rachel Anderson, Beth Bailey, Danette Martin, True Vo, Thuy Vu. ROW 2- Shannon Hitch, Tammy Mapson, Julie Harney, Carey Caccoppo, Mary Janas, Amy Schnitzer, Brad Barker, Jon Rutan, Amy Veach, Joseph Reay. ROW 3-Stephanie Pease, Shanna Cox, Terra Martin, Kate Keller, Gini Busch, Jill Cavey, Alissa Seaman, Dave Kitson, Jeff Wilhelm, Phong Vu. ROW 4-Matt Burge, Jason Hitch, Jeffery Rutan, Josh May, Amy Treat, Chris Sheppard, Dan Butler, Nathan Mast, Ben Mast, Eric Berger. ROW 5- Scott Stoerger, Brian Meis, Zach Cain, Caleb Washburn, Dani McMaster, Christine Kion, Dennis Weber, Ben Ervin, John Fettig.

F.B.L.A. fBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America . They are a group of students who take business ideas and apply them to real-life situations. The club is led by Mrs. Arnold, the business teacher at Central. One highlight of being a member is being able to go on the many field trips. During the year, the club visits many different businesses in the area, and observe the accounting, managing, and secretarial branches of each business. They discover the importance of having fun while working hard.

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VOA'S Thinking of being a VOA? It's a great way to get out ofP.E., and all you have to do is run errands for the office, deliver passes, and collect attendance cards. Actually, it's not as easy as it sounds, but it is a lot of fun. When VOA's aren't busy doing their jobs, they keep the attendance secretaries company. If you'd like to try it, just arrange it with your counselor! ROW 1-Todd Coleman, Kelly Jones. ROW 2- Tomeka Mills. ROW 3-Jennifer Gibas, elson Hendrickson, Jennifer Caspers. ROW 4-Stephanie Walsh, Charon Reed, Erinn Colclasu re, Spencer Dyson,Tasha Brown. ~

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J'I\USIC J'I\J-\11 Band Here come the Marching Maroons! The band at Central High is one to be proud of. This music ensamble is catagorized into three different bands; the Symphonic Band, the Concert Band, and the Jazz Band. Each one of these groups is directed by Mr. Hoffman. Throughout the school year this club participates in football and basketball games, band competition ("Band Day" at the U. of I), and fundraisers. The biggest fundraiser of band is their annual fruit sale where money raised goes to repair and buy new instruments. Also included in revenue raisers is the band's annual car wash. In addition to its overall achievements and musical talents, many individuals have received recognition for excellence also.

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Above: Concentrating hard during a pep rally. Below: My cheeks are so sore from playing this tuba!

Robert with his harness.


Maroons putting on a show at half. Catherine loves being wet.

Listen to him play that sax!

Kim shows her talent.

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Archives Have you ever wondered how the long-standing tradition and history of Central High School has been preserved for so long? The Central of past and present is lived out through the club that calls itself the Central Archives. Under the leadership of English teacher Sally Pilcher, this club fights to save and make aware to the students the dramatic past of our school. In doing this, the members take the responsibility of obtaining, restoring, and preserving articles and objects given to them by alumni, teachers, and retired staff. At last, this memorabilia is refined and placed in the front hall of school so students can learn what this school has been built from. In addition, people gain a sense of knowledge of what a wonderful institution they are a part of - Champaign Central High School.

Row 1: Lucy Shair, Laurie Shapiro, Sheila Johnson, Lorenzo Johnson, Tom Gorham, Stephanie Walsh, Ezra Finkin. Row 2: Colin Winter, Dave Llewellyn, Haley Brown, Cam McGill, Mary Jo Keith, Jenny Caspers, Sarah Lasoski. Row 3: Mark Palmer, Abby Levin, Amy Treat, Jackie Vidakovich, Jason Wilson.

Dave mackin' during meetings.

A picturesque smile.

Best Buddies B est Buddies is a group of approximately ten students with special needs at Central who are paired with college students who share interests. The purpose is to develop friendships. Mrs. Chris Payne is the Host Site Coordinator at Central, acting as liaison between Central and the College Buddies. Both individual and group activities are planned throughout the school year with emphasis on building lasting friendships. ~

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Jennifer Hendrickson, Carey Wilson, Tenise Smith, Danny Chen.

Searching for Central artifacts.

Cathching up on Central's history.


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FHA f uture Homemakers of America is a club that tries to copy the realistic facts of life in a horne situation. The members of this club plan on having a family and running a household when they are older. This club helps them to prepare for this, by discussing the problems of marriage, kids, and life in general that could arise in a "hornelike" environment. Mrs. Pirtle heads this club, and she does her best to help the students prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.

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These FHA members work on their cooking skills.

Abdul and Otha take a break from cooking and give the camara a smile.

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ROW 1- Joanne Liu, Dan 0' eil, Haley Brown, Thalassa Tam, Cam McGill. ROW 2- Tom Gorham, Dave Llewelyn, Dawn Calhoun, Stephanie Walsh, Jennifer Callahan. ROW 3- Jason Wilson, Devan Barkley, Steve Harms, Abby Levin, Collin Winters, Ben Bromiel. ROW 4- Tim Crawmer.

Chronicle

The Central Chronicle is the frequent publication that keeps the students informed about the local and world issues. The Chronicle is published about every three weeks and is divided into five sections: news, entertainment, features, sports, and opinions. This years' editors are Haley Brown and Cam McGill. The group has 18 members and meets at school during sixth hour. The Chronicle offers the service of having the paper mailed to the student's home so that the parents can see what's happening at Central, too. Five proud members.

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Chronicle

Champaign Central High School Student Newsma gazine !Volume 68,lssue 6

January 28, 1994 :

The editors are fascinated by this article!

Must have been another successful publication!

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DON HANSEN B.S. and M.S. in Administrative Advanced Studies at Southern Illinois University and Eastern Illinois University. Mr. Hansen has been in the Unit 4 district for 21 years. He is the vice principal at Central High School. In his free time he enjoys traveling and watching the White Sox.

JOSEPH WOJTENA B.S. At University of Illinois M.S. at Northern Illinois University Doctorate at University of Illinois Dr. Wojtena has been the principal of Central High School for the past 10 years. In his free time he enjoys reading, jogging, and coaching youth sports such as gymnastics and baseball.

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CHARLES DRAKE (Dean) B.S. at Lane College, M.S. at E.I.U.

DIANNE SHEPARD (Dean) B.S. and M.S. at Eastern Illinois University.

DENNIS SPARKS (Dean) B.A. and M.S. at University of Illinois.

JUDITH KAY COTTER (Counselor) B.S., M.S., and Advanced Certificate at U. of I.

FRED FECHTMANN (Counselor) B.A. and M.S. at University of Illinois

MARY VIDONI (Counselor) B.S. at University of Washington, M.S. at Marquette University.


Edward Allen B.A. at U. of Illinois, M.A. at U. of Colorado, Ph.D. at U. of Chicago

Marge Anders B.A. and M.A. at the University of Illinois

Nancy Angerer B.A. at Southern Illinois University, M.S. at University of Illinois

Ann Aniello

Kathy Arnold B.S. at E.I.U., M.S. and Ph.D. at the University of Illinois

Joseph Bauers B.S. and M.A. at Northern Illinois University

Jim Beck A.B. at Lewis University, A.M. at the University of Illinois

Debbie Black B.A. at the University of Illinois

Jerry Butler B.A. and M.A. at Northeast Missouri State

Faye Catchings B.S. at Southern illinois University, M.Ed. at U. of Illinois

Lorna Clauss

Beth Collins B.S. at Brigham Young University

Tom Croy B.S. and M.S. at the University of Illinois

Fritz Danielson B.F.A.and M.F.A. at the University of Illinois

Scott Davis B.A. and M.S. at the University of Illinois

Don Decker B.S. and M.S. at Eastern Illinois University

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Becky Dillingham

Diane Ecker B.A. at S.l. U. and M.Ed. at U. Of I.

Dave Fones B.S. at Illinois State University

Sarah Freyman B.S. and M.Ed at University of Ilinois

Richard Garcia B.S. and M.Ed. at University of Ilinois

Jim Grabowski Jr. B.S. and M.Ed. at University of Ilinois

Darin S. Henigman A.D at Lincoln Land College, B.A at Sangamon State U.

Susan Herricks B.S at Townson State University, M.S at Virginia Lech University

Roberta Hill B.S. and M.S. at Illinois State University

Sheryl Hobbs B.A. at Macalester College, M.A. at the U. of North Carolina

Stephen Hoffman B.S. and M.S. at the University of Illinois

Joseph Houska B.S. at Iowa State University, M.Ed. and D.Ed. at the U. of I.

Cynthia Jackle B.A.S. at the U. of 1., M.L.S. at Indiana University

Pat Johnson B.A. at Denison University, M.Ed. at the University of Illinois

Roberta Jones B.S. at U.C.L.A., M.Ed. at the University of Illinois


Elizabeth Kelley B.S. at Illinois State University.

Tim Lavin B.S. at University of Illinois.

Denise Lednovich B.S. at Indiana University and U. of I.

Arthur Lehr B.A., M.S., and M.Ed. at S.I.U., U. of 1., I.S.U. and Carlton College.

Kay Lemons B.S. at E.I.U., M.S. at U. of I.

Sandra Lentz B.S. at Illinois State University.

Catherine Majdiak B.S. and M.A. at Western Reserve University, M.A. at U. of I.

Stan Marsh B.S. at K.S.U., M.S. at U. of I.

Donna McKinley

Robert Miller B.S. and M.S. at University of Illinois.

Marilyn S. Misner B.A. at Albion College, Ph.D. at University of Illinois.

Carol Paine

Chris Payne B.S. at Illinois State University, M.S. at University of Illinois.

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Megan! Bubbles and the rest of your family are proud of you!

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Greg, Can you believe it, your senior year. We are so proud of you for what you have done and who you have become. More fun to come in college next year. Just remember, we will always be there for you. Love you always, Mom , Dad, and Beth

Stacey, You are the sunshine in our lives. You realize that it is what's in a person's heart that matters. Best wishes for a successful future , we are behind you. Love always, Mom and Dad

BetsyCongratulations on your graduation. We love you Goofy! -Mom and Mary

Sheila. Congratulations on your graduation. Words cannot express how prou d I am of you . I know you had a lot of fun in high school. I wish you the same in college. Keep smiling-your sense of hu mor is very enjoyable and you r charm is pleasing. Continue to strive towards the goals you have in life. "God Bless You!" Love You, Mom

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Mark, Congratulations on your graduation! We arc proud of you and your accomplishments, and wish you happiness and success in the future. Love, Mom, Dad, Paul and Suzy, Mary and Jeff, Mindy and joe, and Matt and Missy

Rocket #21, Whew , you made it!! Through the good times and the bad times, you'll always be number one with us! AI three years old, you through an apple at the photographer, we knew then that you would love baseball! With your ability and dedication, you are sure to succeed! Congrat ulations on your graduation! Love, jim, Momma G, Shawn and Cindy

Kate, Congratulations! You have joined a very special group of Central graduates- your grandfather Eisner, your Aunt ancy, your Uncle Rob, your Aunt Ann, your Aunt Katie, your sister jenny, your brother Rob, your extra brother Tad, and your mom . We are so proud to welcome you!

AmyMy Peanut Brittle, Apple Blossom, Sweet Pea, Sugar Plum, and Sweet Petunie, you are loved forever. Now go. MAKE MUSIC. -Mom

Dearest Regi, Animal fanatic, artist, caring friend, dancer/choreographer, leader, loving daughter and granddaughter, (even sister at times). You are one terrifically talented and beautiful girl! The best is yet to come weet Pea! We love you, "Bapa", Grandma, Mom and Dad and the "Twinkies"

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Lis, You have been a special blessing to us for seventeen years. We are proud of you and wish you much happiness as you begin another segment of your life. With your determination, abilities, and confidence we know you'll be successful. Don't ever lose sight of who you are and what you believe. God bless! We love you, Dad, Mom, Arin, and Ashley P.S. Please take Pookie with you!

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Cheron, Congratulations on your graduation. As you continue to strive for higher achievements, remember "there's nothing worth having without a struggle." We love you and are proud of you. With God's blessing, Dad and Mom

Sheila "J" Congratulations on you graduation. We wish you well in your future. God bless, The Reeds

Dearest Marie, Congratulations! As always, we're very proud of you. You've always brought us lots of joy. God bless and protect you as you follow your dreams. Love, Mom and Dad, Mark and Marguerite

Jill, Congratulations! Please know how very proud of you we arc and always will be. We wish you much health, happiness, and success in the years ahead. Good luck in college and the years beyond. We love you! Love, Mom, Dad, and jessica


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Davidson, Nathan .............. 82

Fischer, Adam ...... 40, 52, 107, 159 Fischer, Tim .............. 52, 159

Green, Homer · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 119 Green, Meagen ........... 108, 177

Davis, Etolia ............. 118, 136

Fitzgerald, Cecelia ............ 164

Green, Sasha ............. 157, 170

Davis, John ................... 74 Davis, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 47

Flood, Rachel . . . . 50, 150, 159, 160, 165, 170

Green, Thea · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 119, 136 Greenwood, Lori ....... 58, 119, 130

Day, Erin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106, 150

Foote, Emily ................. 113

Grill, Mandy ... 20, 21, 119, 132, 170

DeGracia, Adolfo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Delia, Sarah ...... 118,136,151,170

Foster, Alicia ................. 170 Foust, Sarah ............. 107, 169 Frame, Ted ................... 72

Grumish, Lindsey . . 60, 61, 150, 159, 160, 169, 170 Gunderson, Emilie ..... 50, 119, 136

Deponai, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 74

Freeman, David . 20, 21, 67, 119, 136

Gutierrez, Maria · · · · · · · · · · 119, 150

Dillingham, Jason ..... 118, 129, 136

Freeman, Toni ........ 95, 160, 164

Dively, Mason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118

Freyman, James ..... 52, 74, 83, 155

Donnelly, Kelly ....... 118, 168, 170

Freyman, Will . . . . . . . . . 74, 160, 169

Donnelly, Shawn ........... 52, 69

Froeschl, Joey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 69

Daly, Chris ................. 49, 69 Darling, Stephanie ..... 58, 150, 171 Daum, Matthew . . . . . . . . . . . . 69, 83

Dejacimo, Angelina . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Grayson, Tia · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 96

Dorris, Antione . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

Hahn, Kyle ............. 47, 48, 119

Drake, Charles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164

Hamilton, Amanda .... 119, 157, 170

Drew, Bryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 83

Hardig, Cathy . . . . . 58, 108, 150, 160


Harms, Leslie . . . . . . . . . 50, 150, 171

Hutjens, Melissa . . . . . . . . . . . 84, 150

Keith, Mary Jo ........ 121, 137, 176

Harms, Steve .......... 40, 150, 169

Huynh, Lac Tan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Keller, Kate ........... 58, 121, 170

Harney, Julie ................. 119

Kelly, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 49

Harper, Glenn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

Kelly, Sonya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148

Harris, Otha ........... 72, 129, 162 Hartman, Timothy . . . . . . . . 119, 150

Kemper, Katherine ............. 54 Kennedy, Ryan ............. 49, 69 Kent, Callary . . . . . . . . . 121, 137, 164

Hartter, Mike ........... 35, 47, 150 Haussermann, Anne .... 50, 159, 171

Ingerson, Luke . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 72

Kesler, Dawn ................. 165

Haussermann, Mark . . . . 40, 60, 119,

Ireland, Amber ........... 157, 160

Kington, Celeste ....... 58, 150, 171

131, 150, 153, 169 Hawkins, Marcus .......... 67, 119

Ireland, Tammy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

Kitson, Dave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Hayman, Ryan ............... 119

Is om, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Kitson, John ........ 35, 37, 121, 137

Heaton, Jennifer

Klimek, Jeremy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

120, 136, 150, 153, 156, 157, 162, 165

Klingel, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Helfer, Matthew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

Knoke, Luke ................. 108

Hellmer, Joshua . . . . . . . . . . 120, 136

Koch, Heather ......... 92, 155, 159

Helms, Corey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 69 Helms, Cortney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Helms, Jason .......... 52, 120, 137 Henderson, Bruys . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Hendren, Anne . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, 55 · k son, Jenm'fer . . . . . . . . . 176 H en d nc Hendrickson, Nelson ........... 49 Henry, Marshall .............. 160 Hercik, Mary ..... · · · · · · · · 156, 160 Hercik, Natalie ........... 120, 137 Herrera, Holly ............ 120, 137 Herrera,Paco ............. 35,108 Herricks, Thurston . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

Jackson, Yolanda

......... 148, 164

Janas, Lisa ................. 58, 97 Janas, Mary .. 120, 128, 133, 137, 170 J J . asper, erma1n ............... . 49 J lk L t · h e s, e rla · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 84 Je lk s, Sara h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Jen k'1ns, K'1m b er1y . . . . . . . . . 120 , 164 J h Abd o nson, uea 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Jo h nson, El'1ce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 8

176

Ho, Van Anh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Hobbs, Augustina ............. 120 H o 11an d s, Don . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Hollaway, Lesley ............. 164

. . . 20, 121, 128, 137,

154, 155, 158, 159 K rug, T'1mo th y . . . . 40 , 121 , 133 , 154 , 155

Kue h n, seppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 h II Ku ne, A ison . . . 54, 116, 121, 133, 137 • 154 • 155 • 159 , 162 , 169 , 195

Johnson, Judd ................. 69 Johnson, Lorenzo 20, 21, 120, 162, Johnson Malinda 148 164 ' ········· ' Johnson, Shelia 120, 131, 137, 148,

Hill, Tim ............. 47, 148, 164 . M a tt ............ 47, 67, 1 20 H1mes, . k' H1ps 1n d , Ch a d . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 84 . h , Jason .............. 120, 170 H1tc

Kraus, Josh ............. 49, 84,155 Kraus, Viviana

Johnson, Jennifer ............. 120

Hewitt, Tracy ................. 96 Hickman,Janae ............... 120 Hill, Sam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

Kohl, Nathan ............... 44, 74

Johnson, Jason ............. 69,177

Hettinger, R. J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 150

Hickman, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Koehler, Amanda . . . . . 121, 137, 170

, 162 176

Jones, An t wan ................ . 47 Jones, A s hl ey ................ . 170 Jon es, Bnan · . . . . . . 120 , 153 , 160 , 170 Jones , Dequan · ............... . 108 Jones, Ke II y ................. . 121 Jones, Kenitra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Jones, Nathan ...... 47, 49, 149, 162 Joy, St eve . . . 121 , 137 , 154 , 155 , 157 , 158, 159, 162

Hopkins, Frank ............ 72, 120 Hoskins, Talonia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

Laar, Elise Van . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 LaBonte, Rocky ............ 47, 121 L h B aesc , ecca ............ 157, 170 Lakonishok, Guy

. . . . . . . . . . . 52, 97

Lalande, Jim . . . . . . . . . 153, 155, 156 Larson, Doug · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60, 72 Lasoski, Sarah ............ 121, 176 Layman, Michael . . . . . . . 69, 84, 159 Le, Dung · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 121 Leach, Nate · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60, 69 Lee, Latonya · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 177 Lee, Taiwana . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121, 162 Leman, J.D ................. 49,69 Levin, Abby . . . . . 121, 133, 137, 162, 170, 176

Howard, Maurice . . . . . . . . . 108, 161

Lewis, Charissa ....... 121, 137, 148

Huff, Betsy ....... 120, 137, 162, 170

Linder, Renni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

Humphries, Malika ....... 120, 137 Kakoma, ltonde ....... 52, 69, 80, 84 Hunt, Regan 120, 170 Kammer, Christopher ..... 121, 155 Husain, Asad ............. 159, 160 Keeling, Keeva ............ 97, 177

Lindsey, Amanda .............. 89 Liu,Joanne .............. 121,153 Llewellyn, David . . . . 121, 137, 169,


170, 176 Lo, Jan . 12, 20, 21, 52, 121, 137, 165, 170 Loftsgaard, John ............... 49 Logan, John ................... 97 Logsdon, Jason ................ 49 Lomax, Kimberly . . . . . . . . . 109, 154 Lui, Joanne .............. 160, 170 Lynch, J. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Lytle, Patrick ...... 47, 121, 137, 170

Miles, Susie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Miller, Casey ............... 44, 74

Oak, Sea ......... 154, 155, 160, 170 Ochs,Sara ........... 110,157,165

Miller, Elizabeth ........... 86, 168 Miller, Nate ............... 52, 155 Miller, Terrica . . . . . . . . . . . . 148, 164 Misner, Anne . 50, 104, 150, 159, 170 Mobley, James . . . . . . . . . . . . 109, 177 Mobley, Loritha .. 122, 137, 148, 164

Oliver, Josh ................ 47, 74 Olsen, Ryan .................. 122

Moffitt, Stefonce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Moody, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Moore, Angela . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Moore, Stephanie . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Moore, Tashyra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122

Maisel, Emilee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Mall, Samuel . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 85, 155 Malloch, Rick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Manuel, Marcy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Mapson,Shane .... 47,121,129,137 Mapson, Tammy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Margison, Ramsey ............ 155 Martin, Danette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Martin, Terra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, 150 Mast, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Mast, Nate .............. 60, 69, 85 Mastny, Alison ................ 98 Matre, Jill Van ............. 58, 150 May, Josh ................. 52, 121 McBride, Stephanie ... 121, 137, 168 McCarty, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 McClintock, Carey ............ 168 McClure, Terrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 McCormick, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 McFarland, Chris ........... 49, 74 McFarland, Donald . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 McFarland, John . . . . 17, 44, 47, 149, 165 McFarland, Martha ............ 122 McGee, Derrick ................ 44 McGill, Cameron . 60, 122, 132, 137, 169, 176 McGrath, Angie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 McKenzie, Tyson . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Morenz, Karen . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 168 Mosenthal, Benjamin . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Mulliken, Mary . . . . . . . . . . . 150, 159 Mulliken, Matt 60, 122, 132, 137, 150 Mytty, Allison . . . . . . . . . . . . 150, 170 Mytty, Erin .............. 150, 171

Nash, Anita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Nash, Yalonda ................ 110 Nelson, Jessica . . 154, 155, 156, 157, 160, 165, 170 Nelson, Noelle .... 98, 150, 159, 171 Newman, Michael . . . . . . . . 122, 160 Nguyen, Anna . . . . . . . . . . . . 122, 150 Nicol, Andy ................... 52 Nicol, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Niles, Brook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Nishida, Tetsuo . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 104 Nix, Leconte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 69 Noa, Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Noa, Leslie ............... 157, 160 Norman, Terrance ............ 122 North, Sarah ................. 170

McMasters, Dani .............. 171 Mcphee, Megan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Medlock, Becky . . . . . . . . . 58, 59, 86 Meis, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122, 160 Michaels, Justin ............... 60

O'Conner, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 O'Neill, Dan .... 35, 36, 47, 48, 159, 169, 170

Olson, Brandon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Olson, Jenny ........ 54, 92, 98, 150 Olson, Stanley ................. 87 Orban, Sarah ................. 122 Osler, Jennifer ............ 122, 137 Osler, Markell ................. 49 Osterbur, Mike ............. 35, 52 Outlaw, Noel ........... 47, 67, 122 Overstreet, Cory . . 52, 122, 133, 138, 162 Overstreet, Sigele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Owen, Betsy . 50, 122, 138, 150, 151, 169 Owen, Mary ............. 159, 171 Owens, Maurice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110

Palmer, Billy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Palmer, Mark .. 44, 47, 48, 122, 131, 137, 150, 176 Panchel, Ketu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Panothiocas, Irene .... 122, 138, 170 Parker,Tanya ... 122,138,148,15~ 162 Parker-Stephens, Evan .......... 74 Parks, Gregory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Parmer, Penelope ......... 153, 156 Parmer, Shannon . . . . . . . . . 153, 156 Parr, Sarah .................... 98 Passely, K. . ................... 44 Passley, Kirk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Patel, Alpa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Pavlik, Tim .................. 111 Pearson, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Pelz, Andy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Peter, D. St. ................... 44 Peter, David St. . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 138 Peter., David St. .............. 160 Peter, David St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Pettigrew, Tiwana . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Phelps, Stephanie . . . . . . . . . 123, 138 Pharis, Jessica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150


Phillips, Christopher ....... 47, 148 Phillips, Marcus ............... 98

Rossini, Daniel ............ · · · · 49 Rutan, Jeffrey ............ 123, 170

Phillips, Pickard, Pickard, Pickard,

Rutan, Jonathon ........... · · · · 87

Mandrell .......... 67, 177 Allison ........ 54, 87, 159 Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67, 159 Christopher ...... 150, 170

Piper, Jeff .............. 60, 74, 159 Piper, Jeffrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Pomonis, Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Porter, Kristen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Porter, Myisha ............... 164 Purkeypile, Nikki . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

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Sadaba, Maite ................ 150 Samii, Monica . . . . . . . . . 99, 155, 156 Savathphoune, Chansouk . 112, 153, 156, 157, 160, 165, 170

Savathphoune, Khamla . . . . 35, 123,

195

153

Spencer, Carina .......... 112, 162 Spencer, Danielle .............. 59 Spurlock, Shaune . . . . . . . . . 160, 164 Stalter, Caleb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Stalter, Nathan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Stasheff, Eleanore . . . . . . . . . 153, 156 Stasheff, Genevieve . . 149, 153, 156,

Savvas,Alex ................. 150 Savvas, Christina . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Savvas, George ............... 123 Schanche, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . 153, 156 Schanche, Kristin . . . . 123, 138, 149, 153, 156, 160

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Scheu, Kristie ................ 168 Schmidt, Nick ........... 49, 74, 87 Schnitzer, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . 160, 170 Schooley, Dani . . 104, 150, 157, 158,

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Randolph, Sarah .... 58, 92, 160, 171 Reay,Joseph .................. 99 Redding, Omesha .............. 87 Reed, Cheron . 20, 21, 123, 129, 132,

159, 170

156

Schoonover, Josh .............. 49 Schwenk, Kristen ............. 168 Scoggin, Matthew ............. 112 Scott, Brandon ................ 159 Scott, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Seaman, Alissa . . . . 1, 45, 69, 94, 96,

123

117, 123, 129, 138, 150, 169, 170, 208

155

Seaman, Arin . . . . . . . . . 58, 100, 150 Seaman, Katie .... 123, 138, 150, 170 Sensenbrenner, Will ....... 74, 159 Setters, Jena ....... 50, 150, 159, 160 Shahin, Michael ............... 74 Shahin, Michelle . . . . . . . . . 123, 150 Shair, Lucy .............. 160, 176 Shapiro, Laurie ........... 150, 176 Shelby, Summer ............... 88 Shepard, Erin . . . . . . . . . 59, 156, 159 Sheppard, Chris ............... 52 Sheppard, Drew . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 69 Sibley, Talaya ............ 148, 164 Simmons, Melissa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Skillings, John ...... 47, 72, 123, 130 Smiricky, Stacey .......... 123, 150 Smith, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123

138, 148, 150, 153, 158, 159, 169

Reed, Janie ....... 54, 154, 155, Rehbein, Michelle . . . . . . . . . . . . Reinhart, Tammie ............ Renduchintala, Madhu .. 49, 74,

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Reynolds, Antonio ... 44, 49, 67, 148 Reynolds, Harvey ....... 44, 74, 160 Roberts, Amber ..... 20, 21, 138, 148 Roberts, Meagan ........... 58, 150 Roberts, Natalie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Roberts, Pamela .............. 111 Roberts-Smith, Amber ......... 123 Robinson, Melanie ............ 123 Rodgers, Heidi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Roger, Willie ................. 113 Rogers, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Rohlfing, Jeff .................. 72 Rome, Brandon . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 47 Rose, Stacey . . . . . . . . . 123, 131, 138 Rosenborough, Carla ........... 58 Ross, Don . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 49, 150

Smith, Chad ................. 123 Smith, Jenna ................. 171 Smith, Kinta . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 69, 88 Smith, Krista ................. 157 Smith, Lashonda .............. 148 Smith, Matt ................... 74 Smith, Myra ................. 177 Smith, Nathaniel .......... 52, 100 Smith, Tenise ................ 176 Smith, Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Snyder, Brent .... 52, 74,80, 88,159 Snyder, Erin . . 54, 55, 155, 158, 159,

157

Stephens, Carrie .......... 155, 170 Sterling, Erika . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Stoerge~ Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 112 Storm, Sarah Stover, Chris ................. 170 Stover, Karla ......... 154, 155, 170 Strauss, Joanna . . . 88, 150, 157, 159, 171

Strunk, Colleen . . 123, 138, 154, 155, 170

Sturkey, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Sudeth, Catherine . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Summers, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Summers, Kristy . . 54, 123, 138, 159, 195

Summerville, Will . . 44, 49, 69, 148, 156, 164, 171

Suttle, Liza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swartz, Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swim, Jus tin Synder, Erin ............. 154,

150 123 124 157

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Tabeling, Ryan . 35, 47, 48, 124, 130, 138

Tam, Thalassa . . . . 124, 131, 138, 169


Tanner, Patrick ............... 100 Tanner, Sean ............... 44,52 Tengwall, Jeremy ....... 35, 69, 150 Tepper, Matt . . 47, 48, 124, 138, 150, 170

124, 138, 149, Wilson, Christopher ........ 35, 156 153, 156, 176 Wilson, Jason . . . . 125, 153, 154, 155, Vo, True ..................... 171 159, 164, 176 Vohs, Ben .................. 49, 88 Wilson, Marquis .............. 113

Vidakovich, Jackie

Vohs, Jason ........... 47, 124, 133 Winfrey, Latamara . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Tepper, Stacy ................ 150 Testory, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Vonner, Brandon .......... 69, 100 Winter, Colin ..... 40, 125, 160, 176 Vu, Phong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 52

Winters, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 72

Therman, Luke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

Vu, Thuy .................... 171

Thomas, Ronald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

Wise, Justin ................... 89 Wise, Mike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72, 125

Thompson, Heather . . . . . . . . . . . 112

Withrow, Greg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Thompson, Jonathan ........ 35, 47

Wojtena, Joe ......... 35, 48, 49, 69

Thompson, Sean ............ 49, 72 T!tornton, Desiree . . . . . . . . 156, 160

Wolf, Jocelyn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, 101

Thorpe, Karl .................. 47

Wackerlin, Kris ................ 60

Thurston, Paul ..... 47, 74, 124, 131

Waller, Jennifer .............. 124 Walsh, Stephanie . . . . 124, 153, 169, 170, 176

Tock, Annie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, 155

Wandell, Mike ..... 47, 49, 130, 153

Thurman, Lucas ............... 44

Wong, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 154 Wooldridge, Marni .......... 58, 59 Wright, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60, 150 Wyatt, Jeremy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

Tolston, Latonya .............. 100

Ward, Carla .............. 148, 164

Toombs,Kenyo ................ 69

Ward, Shyla .................. 112

Townsend, Katie . . . . . . . 58, 159, 160

Washburn, Aaron .......... 52, 100

Trail, Libby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

Washburn, Caleb .......... 67, 124

Yarber, Alura ................ 101

Tran, Huy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Traquena, Norma . . . . . 124, 138, 170

Washburn, Christina .......... 164

York, Natalie .................. 59

Washburn, John ...... 124, 131, 138

Young, Corey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Treat, Amy . 124, 130, 138, 149, 153, 154, 155, 156, 176 Truax, Cherie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

Washburn, Maria ............. 164 Washington, Cecily ............ 89

Younggren, Sarah ............. 125

Truax, Dan .................. 138 Truax, James ................. 124 Tucker, Joe ...... 124, 138, 149, 156 Tuell, Anita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Turner, Antonio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

Younger, Evila .... 54, 125, 150, 195

Washington, Evan ..... 124, 138, 148 Wattnem, Allison ......... 150, 170 Webber, Krissy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Weber, Dennis ............... 124 Weber, Kate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155, 156 Weber, Rebecca .. 154, 155, 156, 160 Weber, Whitney ........... 54, 171 West, Joshua ................. 112 Whalen, Thomas ........... 44, 124 Wheatley, Lindy . . . . . . . . . . . 89, 168 White, Santez ................ 162

Unroe, Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Upshaw, Tearinee .... 124, 138, 148

Wickert, Allison .......... 101, 150

Upshire, Nadia ............... 124

Wiggins, Erica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Wilhelm, Brad ......... 44, 124, 170 Wilhelm, Jeff .......... 52, 159, 171 Williams, Amy ............... 168 Williams, Brandi .. 124, 138, 148, 162

Valbert, Andy ................. 52

Williams, Dianna ............. 148

Vandooren, Valerie . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Vaughn, Lindsey ........... 54, 195

Williams, Elesha . . . . . . . . . . . 89, 148 Williams, Nikki . . . . . . . . . . . 150, 168

Veatch, Amy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124, 138

Williams, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 49

Verdick, Neal ................. 74

Wilson, Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176

Zander, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 155 Ziegler, Andrew . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 89 Zollinger, Marc ... 125, 138, 160, 169


EDI'fORS Gini Busch Jill Cavey

SPOR'fS Cheron Reed-Ed. Marc Zollinger-Ed. Patrick Lytle Will Freyman Amy Schnitzer

Betsy Owen-Ed. Lindsey Grumish-Ed Anne Misner Rachel Flood Kris Wackerlin

S'fUDEtl'f lifE & ClUBS Liz Duffy-Ed. Allison Kuhne-Ed. Alissa Seaman Shelia Johnson Jeff Piper

Ja\DS & II IDE/{

Ja\D'/ISOR

Haussie-Ed. Mary Owen Marquis Wilson

Sheryl Hobbs

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Special Thanks: Julie Harney Dan O'neill Margaret Szvetecz Mrs. Pilcher Mr. Lehr Mr. Bauers Mr. Beck Matt Bain Amy Treat


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