Student Life Seniors Upper School Middle School Lower School . Administration and Faculty Activities Sports
ON THE EDGE The Steward School Gayton and Ryandale Rd. Richmond, Va. 188.8.131.52
Student Body = 223 1
THE STEWARD SCHOOL IS ...
At Steward. students often become aware of the Important issues taking place In the world around them. Apart- , held Is one Issue that edged them Into the reality of inequality.
ONTHEEDGE What does it mean to be on the edge? Ask a senior and he will probably say his nerves are on edge as he awaits that acceptance letter from the college of his choice. He is also ready and willing to edge into a whole new world after graduation. Other students at Steward have readily edged into new hobbies, new adventures, and exciting relationships this year. Like inventors, students have been on the edge of discovering new ideas and theories, and have examined the edge of ancient cultures and customs. And the entire student body edged into reality as they studied and discussed AIDS, apartheid, Earth Day, and other issues that have awakened them to the world around them. Even a fire over Christmas break had students on the edge of their seats as they anxiously watched crews of construction workers rebuild and repair the beloved gymnasium. Most importantly, students, faculty, and staff are on the edge of a new decade with all its promises and hopes for the future. So sit up straight, take a deep breath, and be prepared to edge into memories of 1989-1990 at Steward School as the Yearbook Staff presents the 1990 Corianthian.
Mary Harvard Nolde cautiously edges through containers of azaleas as she helps unload them for the annual azalea sale held by the Steward School alumnI.
Miss Reveley supervises, as Matt Bn)ckl and Cab Briggs stand near the the art table, creating another maLste'r-1 piece.
The gym was on the edge of destruction after an unexpected fire damaged It over Christmas break. Clean up crews work quickly and effectively to restore our gym before the 1989-1990 year Is over.
EDGE Of fASHION
The Steward School is always on the cutting edge of fashion. Steward students and teachers are always working toward their own individual style in the clothes they wear and in their attitude. Hey, what can we say? "It's Ragtime."
Ian Coddington has a distinctive style that Is definitely his own. Why can't students wear sunglasses In their classes? Jarratt Hamsey displays the new style; hair that defies gravity . The sixth grade girls are dressed to conquer some poor, un expectIng. little boy.
Mr. Himelbloom teaches pre-calc with the latest fashion look: chalk on his pants. Delaney Turnage dresses like a Grateful Dead "dead head."
Willie. with his fashionable leather Jacket, cheers on lhe learn. Liz Muldowny. how many earrings and necklaces do you have?
ON THE EDGE Of' THE
WILD SIDE! This year, the Steward kids seem to always be on the edge of the "wild side." From Mr. Cramer's flagrant abuse of the dress code to first graders eagerly showing what's for lunch simply by openIng their mouths, our "kids" seem to be brimming over with energy and excitement. Still, we possess remnants of self-control: we hold In at the last moment, and . .. we stay on the perimeter, right on the edge of the WILD SIDE!
The wild patr ... LIz and Matt, and Llz's shoes, take a break tn the Sentor lounge.
Mr. Cramer has Just recently been sent to the office for breaktng the dress code that's one detention, Sir.
Always on the wild side. Thomas Galvin makes a believable "Roger Rabbit. .. Hop on . Thomas! Jack Evans shows a bit of hu mor after a tough. wild game . a wild and crazy guy.
First graders often act wild during mealtimes. especially when It路s Thanksgiving dinner. Dani Fitzge rald and -Coleman McCoy " reveal their meal." These sixth grade girls. Allison Collier. Helen Mundin. and Cathy Shomo. are always ready for something exciting. fun. and WILD . ..
STEWARD IUIILES OVER THE EDGE WITH SPIRIT
Through the halls and on the field, these students always find something to cheer about. Whether packing up books or showing spirit at a game, Steward students give their all.
Beth Chalkley shows her enthusiasm because the gold spirit chain Is longer. Jennifer Gray. Katherine Harrison , and Jennifer Latourelle support the lower school kickball team as they playa lunchtime tournament against faculty.
Mrs. Wagner. Dr. Mann. and Mrs. Anderson wear somewhat extravagant attire to show school spirit on Halloween.
schoolers cheer the socto jubilant victory greatest soccer rival , Church .
Stuart Bowman with a pa inted face helps keep the noise level high at the pep rally.
Dorothy Spencer supports the basketball players to a triumphant victory.
Sixth graders are eagerly awaiting the 2:00 soccer game between Christ Church and Steward .
1990 GRADUATES HAVE THE EDGE OVER UNDERCLASSMEN
Philip Grymes (left) finds that the hardest part about graduating from Steward Is the friends be must leave behind ... Cassell Adamson, J . C. Chenault, and Edmund Rhoads. Seniors Seth Koplin and Matt Lord provide much
mystery, confusion, and humor as they perform In the fall drama production "Mousetrap".
Senior Bobby Cosby enjoys signing party hats and Ing time with St"w,udl's elgn exchange students.
Senior Brad FUrby takes his position seIiously as he prepares to begin another Indoor soccer match. Beth Chalkley awaits the outcome of a free throw before beginning the next cheer.
Philip Grymes. as always. smirks the 1990 "Senior Smirk." a symptom of the ailment known as "SENIORlTIS... Joanne Konstantlnakos Is prepared to go Into action on a hot afternoon of difficult field hockey.
ELIZABETH SQUIRE CHALKLEY Tfi.e View . . . Dungeon . .. Again!! .. . E;urope ... seth clinn9ing . . . Secret pacts . .. Tlllfafger Cion . .. Tourist watching .. . Rocliy Horror ... I.D . . .. D.W . . . . S.P. .. . M.S. · . . RoM-trip . . . N. as N.. .. I'm Sony . .. wftat's a - . . . Vafentine dana . .. Tlllin trip . . . Olllnge M.M.... Nerd cfu1j ... Fris6ee . . . Changes . . . E;verything'sa game, right Matt . .. Corrupt me . . . Tafks . .. Dreams ... Cover tfi.e ears aM 6fu.sh . . . Dot . . . U.of R. ... Gazebo . .. Innocent ... Angei . .. Cute . .. Soccer . .. Jenn, I fove you .. . Clievy · . . Jay' s party . .. Suicidaf . . . Got a 6at? . .. T won( ... Wooity . . . Neif . .. PoodIes · .. Hi . .. Star gazing . .. Taco Bef[ .. . Concretes . . . Pinto hood rides ... He's staring · .. The wiffies . .. "BlUe eyes" .. . Sa;t: ... R.Bs in concrete . .. sfi.ehwar's 6aby ... My life .. . H.K. Jfu ... A[ ni91iter ... upsWe down . .. Stmw6eny FiefdS ... Steward Rapp · .. TMnIt you Mommy aM Daddy, I fove youl Ginny-Bug, I coufdn't have nuu!e it without youl .. . I wi[ miss you aa StewanD Yau have nuu!e me ME;! . • . Chevy, tMnIt you for every part of your Iiemt! .. . 1 LOVE YOU ALL!!!
"When we two parte([ in sifern:e am! tears, Half &roken-fiearwf to sever for years, pate grew thy cheelt am! cord, corder thy Itissi TrnCy that hour foretoU! sorrow to this. The dew of the momir19 sunk chill on my &row wamir19 of what I feef now. Thy vows are aft: &roken, am! fight is thy famei
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I hear thy name spoken, am! share in its shame. They name tJiU &efore me, A Itne[[ to mine eari A sfuUiJer comes o'er me - why wert thou so dear? They Itnow not I Itnew thee, who Itnew thee too we[[LOr19' for19 shaff I rue thee, Too deepo/ to te[
In secret we met - in sifern:e I grieve, That thy heart couta forget, Thy spirit deceive. If I shouta meet thee after for19 years, How shouta I greet thee? - with sifern:e ruuf tears." - George Gorden, Lora Byron
ROBERT EDWARD COSBY III
Fforid"a Trip .•• 6ike packi119 •.• two-minute mysteriu ... fiats on tk fast day ... canoei119 witli tk 9atoTs .•. no showers for two weeks ... Cofmud"o ... crosscountry . . . downfUff on cross-country . . . Keystone .•• taRiny Anyie 6ru:k ••. tk A = ... campout • .. ODUMUN, '88, '89, '90 ... factfitu!i119 touT to UVA .•• fast 6y otIiers ••• 6attery dies .•. facts found • •• lU'U! never &rougfit 6ru:k • .• trip to william lU'U! Mary ... MUN at tk MADLSON •.. Truth or Dare •.. 6atFu-oom witIi Karl P ... nationafs ... New Yom ... tk 1min .•. uniwf Nations ... DeMoray ..• 6TotIierlioocf .•. Master Counscior •.. Ceremony of Li9fits • . . scariny people with fao~ ..• "The stTai9fit lU'U! rumtlW path Mas no w.ffic. yro6fems" "Some people know fats more tIian tky telL Some don't" "Enjoy yOUT fife without compllTin9 it to that of anotlier" "Smifes never 90 up in price or down in vafue" "It's 6e:tteT to 6e squnre tIian 90 around in tk wro119 ciTcfes" "Wise men think. witliout tafkiny. Foofs tafR. without thinking."
DEBRA ANN GOLDSTONE
"Tfie most impoTta.l1t thing is to
"No matter flow 6ad things get, Mve:r
your personality" "Don't compete with your MigfWor, pete with yourself."
NICOLE TANI GREENE
Senior year ... founge .. . £undies ••. pti~es . . . 3 MusRateers ... troubfe .•. Mr. J011LS •.• c!etwtion ... 12 0' clock schofar .. . weeWu1"s at Howard •.. nights at VCU ... L.A.... Naivasfia . .. ¥.z two the SpectnJn no the Tracker ... La60r Day . . . Casiya no money ... Varne~ The Belfe ... Kim ... 50 6cu! .•• me ..• 50 900d .•. Monique •.. my Iittfe sis ... enning ..• LaSfiawn ..• fCy ... Demetria, meattruck •. . I fiac£ a 6aCf, gu.ys ... see you. in collfge •.• LItV you, gu.ys ... Joanne, Vaisfu!, Neka, Casiya, Metria, Kim, De66ie, LaSfiawn, Doug,Jay, Sean, CB, Kern, C!iris .•. Mom, TfinnRs for everything. I Love You. . .. see ya ... Nicofe, closs of '90.
PHILIP LUDWELL GRYMES
. . . PliIip . • . PliIipside. Lu4wef[ . .. Wiffy 6eans . . . Beadi. wee~ 89&90 ... NCl9sftw! 88 •.. af( ni9fiters .•. Overliuu! 86&89 ... Maine ... Cliff jumping · .. 60ft ... Busliwac.king ..• the ad"venture ... road" trips • .• PO~T ni9fit ... New Years Eve •.. 7-11 ... Hote! parties ... Tliat's a state trooper ... SpotCi.gliti.ng cops ... Bad" 60y • .. P~ ... Da66et ... Ne4rick . •. Pi9eon ftw! ... Cabufus •.. Mattus-a-um . .. Jay6in! · .. Poo~y ... Rooter ... V. soccer . •. Fantasy . .. Open up a can ••• I hate ccs ... Rope swing . .. F~o ... TaCk at you Cater ••• J. W., T.C.,D.G.,A.N. fove forever ... Hey Mom, Dewey R.
((Best of fuck to af( my frie.rufs, may God: 6fess and ~p you afways, may your Iieart aLways 6e joyfuC, may your song aLways 6e sW19, and may you stay forever yoW19," B06 Dyliut ((Rivers 6efong wliere they can ram6Ce, ~fes 6efong wliere they can fCy, I've got to 6e where my spirit can run free, got to fitu£ my comer of the s~y." Pippin
BRADFORD JAY KIRBY
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Kir6y ... cum ... FIREBRAND-U.S. 22665 ... First day of' 89 Spri"9 series (ron it min Iltty fUmfer?) ... Are we 90i"9 6adt to Fire6nuuf? ... Nice Heater ... It's reaffy 6fowi"9, William ... Vermont '87 ... Tfie Cure rocJis ... B-52' 5, '89 ... "Tfie Beadt" ... Lij'eguan! '86, '87, '88 ... Busted, '89 (Co[[egiate) ... Beat It ... Nights to remem6er on "Coo fin' Out" ... FBYC (Fislii"9 Bay) ... Matfiews party (drivi"9 tfieJEEP) ... Mason, get matcfies for tfie water fieater ... SKI PATROL, ... SCidn' and Didn' Cliickens ... Let's 90 on Excitation . .. KilIaft. ... William, you. need a new car ... Betli is 6ad . .. Tfie 50 mUer (on tfie point) ... Why did you. reave tfie Iiatc.Ii open? ... I could've Iiad a V-8 ... sliut up,Jason ... SaiCi"9' s tfie only way . .. Bfue Stitcfies ... into tfie slUlSet we are watclii"9 you. sail ...
SETH MICHAEL KOPLIN
MATTHEW PAUL LORD
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ELIZABETH MARTIN MULDOWNEY
But tfie. cfeaufences of history is woking for a. dawn to a. nightmare of Mowfedge fie opens up the 9ate a. 6fitufmg revefa.tWn. is servd upon. /Us prau. that 6et1f!1i1i tfie. greatest rove is a. fiunicane of fta.te.
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MARY LESLIE MULDOWNEY
"We are not victims of the worfd. We are victims of way we view the worfd."
R. HARRISON NEAL
SHEHWAR FAHTIMA QURESHI
I 6ro~ a naif ••• Countess Borc!en: • •• Canoe rUfts Dissecting rots to Te9~ae ..• M.U.N. watergun..fi91its ... EUT'OJi ... Drew's ... Bats and Binfs ... icy weather and ire cream. . . ret s throw her in the poor . . . Overuf( J.D •. .. Jermifer C. and I-African Bushman ••• I'm a gooc!MusCim girl • •• Ffasfii119 Graham . .. EaUf19 c!innerin c!ari. in a wet wfiite t-slUrt . .. Taco Be[sessions with Beth •.. 6aswaf! games witliMatt, CIiris, FaisaL, andJofln. inteffectJlaC conversations • •• I'm tfumkjuC for • •. tfumks, Stuart • •• men are sCime . .• star-9azi119 ••• Rocky •.. dreams do come true ••• intimate get-togethers • •• Syring Break '90-nver ... Stewan! 1979-1990 ..• coufdn't futve done it without you- Beth, tlianRs ••• 1'[ rove you- DaMy ••• Mom, FaisaL, Fafuu!, Beth, Matt, and everyone elSe, tfumks for ev~ ... I rove you- guys ••• Tfian.It you- ...
"I've got so muc.h. to say, 6ut I'm aJra.ic! it wiff come out WTOf19." 32
COLLEGE BOUND Beth Cf1alRIey ... Rarufolpli Maron Womens CoCfege
Setli. Kopfin .. . Tmnsy(vania University
B06 Cos6y ... Virginia Poo/teclinic. Institute am! State University
Matt Lord . .. Bowdoin CoCfege
De66ie Gofdsume ... St. Mary's CoCfege
Liz MufdOwney .. . Vi1!Jinia Poo/teclinic. Institute and State University
Nic.ofe Greene ... ulUfeciOOf
Pliilip Grymes ... Cataw6a CoCfege
Lesfie MuUWwney . . . Virginia Poo/teclinic. Institute and
Joanne KonsumtinaRos ... SoutJiem Seminary
Harrison NeaC ... Cataw6a CoCfege
Braa Kir6y .. . New Hampsliire Business CoCfege
5 li.eliwar QUTes Iii . . . University
THEY ARE OVER THEEDGENOW
• • •
One of four senior speakers, Matthew Paul Lord once agaln demonstrates his quick wit and Intelligence as he stands at the podium one last time.
GRADUATION 1990 HONORS AND AWARDS SENIOR SPEAKERS Debra A. Goldstone Seth M. Koplin Matthew P. Lord Shehwar F. Qureshi SPECIAL AWARDS AND HONORS Alumni Award - Philip L. Grymes Stephen Daniel Pless Award - Philip L. Grymes James Wilson Trainor Award - Matthew Paul Lord Headmaster's Award - Shehwar F. Qureshi Dixon Award - Seth Michael Koplin University Of Richmond Book Award - John Cabell Chenault Jefferson Scholar - Edmund Ravenel Rhoads ACADEMIC AWARD8 English Award - J. M. Stuart Bowman French Award - Elizabeth Squire Chalkley History Award - Edmund Ravenel Rhoads Latin Award - Falsal Qureshi Mathematics Award - Robert Edward Cosby III Science Award - Robert Edward Cosby III Art Award - Elizabeth Squire Chalkley Drama Award - Matthew Paul Lord P.E. Award - Thomas Joseph Galvin Highest Academic Average - April Faye Grant
Rabbi KopUn and Trustee Wellford Sanders remain seated as seniors stand after receiving their diplomas.
Leslie Muldowney nervously clutches a bouquet of carnations as she walts for her fellow seniors to line up for the procession.
Prior to graduation, Rabbi Koplin shares a laugh with seniors Harrison Neal and Bobby Cosby.
Shehwar Qureshi gratefully accepts her high school diploma from Mr. Wellford Sand-
Philip Grymes smiles in disbelief as he accepts the Alumni Award presented by the president of the school alumni association.
Senior speaker Debra Goldstone shows her appreciation for her years at Steward as she gets her turn at the podium.
Dr. William Bosher, Guest Speaker, and Mrs. Anita Grymes, join graduating seniors in listening to Mr. Cramer's farewell message.
Stuart Bowman and William Wynne are on the edge of destroying David Burnstlne, while Doug Hinkley, Mike Boston. and Jarrett Ramsey stay safely at the side.
Michelle Anderson and Jay VanAusdall evoke memories of the Sixties as they demonstrate flower power.
Even a "bum" day can be bright. as demonstrated by Sulu Rose. Carrie Meyer puts on the finishing touches to Edmund Rhoads' Halloween face.
Josh Silverman begins to "dig In" to a Thanksgiving feast, complete with champagne [non-alcoholic, of course).
Juniors experienced the pleasure of a covered dish Thanksgiving dinner. as they gather around the buffet table [Mrs . Harrison's desk).
on the edge ... with lots of enthusiasm ...
Michelle Anderson Mike Boston Stuart Bowman David Burnstine John Cabell Chenault
Thomas Galvin Doug Hinkley Lee Kallman Laura Linhart
Lael Meem Ca rrie Meyer Jarrett Ramsey Edmund Rhoads
Sulu Rose Josh Silverman Jay Van Ausdall William Wynne
Laura Linhart and Michelle Anderson relax on the edge of the soccer field, expecting another Steward win, No, It's not face painting class, but a pep rally instead, JunIors Thomas Galvin, Edmund Rhoads. and Jay VanAusdall get the action rolling,
ON THE EDGE
Ginny Chalkley tests the edge of the ch!lly waters of the James before deciding to leap across the rocks during the BIology field trip .
.Scott Hartzler and Jimmy Benson lead the pack, as tenth graders leave the edge of the James River Park.
The Infamous " BLOB" stays together even a s they traipse through the woods.
April Grant and Delaney Turnage celebrate a day of freedom from the classroom as they start on their journey for the day.
Sophomore Tony takes a breather cer game. Even when ed, Tony can always at least a " half" smile.
Cassel Adamson Jimmy Benson James Buts Ginny Chalkley Tony Crowder
Cole DeJarnette MlngDodson Kurt Drozeski Jack Evans Harlen Flippen
Jennifer Glazier April Grant John Harler Scott Hartzler Jodi Levine
Cindy Mathews Mark Metzger Adam Northup Joel Padow Kate Porter
Wilson Prince Falsal Qureshi MasonSeay Dorothy Spencer David Sull1van
De Sutherlin Delaney Turnage Joe Vilseck Emily Wilkerson
r Freshmen Over The Edge!
Michael Malarkey takes a football stance in the hallway.
It looks like junior Thomas Galvin enjoys being part of a pep rally with freshmen Cathy Leitch . Jamie Brock. and Cathy Cooper.
Lunch with these freshmen guys can get pretty exciting. especially with superstuds Michael Roane. Michael Malarkey. Erik deVries. and Alex Mayers.
During Alternate Randy Morchower. Wright. and Cab Briggs on strate their culinary skills.
Christopher Bowles Erik deVries Michael Malarkey Mike pfaff
Cab Briggs Sarah Hebb Stephanie Mann Mike Roane
Jamie Brock Marshall Jamerson Randy Morchower Art Wright
Cathy Cooper Cathy Leitch Alex Mayers Beth Whitaker
Jamie Brock and Mary Harvard Nolde take a brief timeout during the St. Catherine's hockey game.
Fred Daniel Frank Macrlna Mary Howard Nolde
EIGHTH GRADERS ON THE EDGE OF MIDDLE SCHOOLl
Jason Harr. on the edge of arresting a middle schooler. waits oulsirle lhe "jail" Halloween festivities.
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On the edge of Exam Week. these eighth graders enjoy an early Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Harrison.
The gossip seSSion continues as Adrienne Duke whispers La Shara Buxton. Unknown to these girls. Rob Haskell and Jim Schnell know exactly what they are saying.
Jessica Blumberg. Charlotte Tale. and Laura Krumbein take a moment
out for a brief gOSSip session.
Yes. James Holmes Is on edge of insanity as he soort the new style of popular with eighth boys.
Ashley Atkinson Jessica Blumberg Jason Burford Shara Buxton
Nathan Daniel Adrienne Duke Josh Harmon Jason Harr
Rob Haskell James Holmes Doug Jones Peyton Jones
Brian Kreckman Laura Krumbein Elvin Ridley Cory Schlein
Jim Schnell Chris Sharp Ben Swift Charlotte Tate
Jason Burford and Ben Swift are on the edge of another practical joke for the day.
7th grade has the edge!
Meggle Tronfleld, Cheryl Mayers, and David Moeser participated In the Thanksgiving celebration at Steward as they retold the story of our early ancestors at Plymouth Rock. Anne Boles, by the window. and Tara Garner, In the background wavIng, can't walt until the bell rings as they sit In their afternoon science class.
Cheryl Mayers and MonIca Kallman enjoy a Friday afte rnoon of freedom In their Halloween costumes. The seventh grade relaxes while they await a magic act as pari of their Halloween festivities .
Nathan DeBardeleben John Ferguson Tara Garner Jack Goshorn
Monica Kallman Cheryl Mayers David Moeser Frazer Orgain
Forrest Perrtn Jody Powell Parke Rhoads Meggle Tronfeld
SIXTH GRADERS EASILY EDGE INTO MIDDLE SCHOOL Corbin Adamson Berkeley Goodloe Amanda Newman
Michael Archie Deborah Mann Jamahl Osborne
Steven Bopp Elizabeth Mann Scott Reynolds
Scott Reynolds, Michael Archie, and Wade Rubin enjoy an assembly with dancer Rodney WIlliams during Black History Month. Corbin Adamson and Deborah and Elizabeth Mann celebrate after a tough match on the hockey field.
Allison Collier Amelia Manson Wade Rubin
Jon Cray Keith Marshall Catherine Shomo
Andy Duggon Helen Mundln Erik Riggs
Joey Enroughty Ellis Ann McClung Garrett Weston
Erik Riggs dresses up for the Halloween festival. Can you guess what he is?
Scott Reynolds and Garrett Weston show their Spartan spirit by supporting a home basketball game.
Joey Enroughty and Jon Cray exhibit great excitement at a FrIday pep rally.
Catherine Shomo, Helen Mundin, and Keith Marshall attempt makeovers in their Alternate Program class, "A New You".
make a move AND EDGE INTO SHAKESPEARE
Fifth graders presented some Shakespearean magic for their annual production. George Caudle. center stage. discusses the bard with other actors and actresses.
Fifth grade boys take their games seriously. as they determine strategy to beat the teachers during the kickball tournament.
On the edge of a win. Adrienne Fleming has Keith Just In a bad spot during a game "Connect Four " . Brown. Shawn Lewis. Sara Proffitt take sides.
Michelle Brown and Mrs. check the scoreboard to mine If the faculty Is on the of beating the lower sc kickball team.
Benjamin Bartlett George caudle Adrienne Fleming Wesley Gatewood
Erica Heltzel Keith Just Shawn Lewls Danny Nuckols
Ryan Pond Sam Proffitt Lee Schwartz Gorden Smith
Claire Whitehead Emily Wolff
Cast parties are sometimes the best part of performing a play. Mr. [merle joins the cast and crew for great refreshments.
GRADE edges through the Jungle
Chad Whitten Is completely absorbed In Mrs. Grossman's lesson on the captivating history of Virginia.
Jonah Bartlett makes his long-awaited debut on opening night In front of roaring fans. Ask any performer about the pains of rehearsal and they will tell you It's worth It on opening night.
Welly Sanders waits enthu slastically for his cue i The Calico Tiger from perch on stage.
Rohby Alibertt Parker Ayers Jonah Bartlett Matthew Brock
Adam Graves Christopher Hagy Cabell Jones Rice Owens
WeUy Sanders Thomas Walker Chad Whitten
Jonah Barttett, Rice Owens, and Welly Sanders enjoy a productive practice for the Fourth grade play The Caltco Tiger.
THE THIRD GRADE EDGING TOWARDS Matthew Myers. Michael Maszaros. Taylor Collier. and Stephen Paulette work diligently to finis h their puzzle of a castle.
The third grade play. "The Invisible Man." attracted qUite an audience. and the cast excitedly walts for another curtain call.
Leigh Jackson. Jennifer Latourelle. and Erin Arown nervously. anticipating their stage debut in "The ,_ ... ,-, ... ". Man."
STARDOM Richard Adamson Sean Baskerville Erin Brown
Taylor Collier Key Easterly Nicholas Giacobbe Matthew Gottwald
Leigh Jackson Stephen Just Jennifer Latourelle Michael Maszaros
Matthew Mycrs Stephen Paulette Fahad Qureshi Andrew SUtt
Mrs. Miller has second graders edging towards Allison Chasen Jessica Gray Chad Healey
Blair Jacobsen Sarah Krumbeln Ned!nla M!ller
Nell Mlllhlser Heath Parham Michael Satterfield Adam Schwarz
Tommy Shomo Michael Snow Rachel Whitten Alexa Woodward
Steward second graders enjoy guest Mrlcan dancer, Rodney Williams, during Black History Week.
Chad Healey and Tommy Shomo exhibit great joy as they share their Thanksgiving feast.
Second graders Impress the audience during the Christmas holIday program as they sing and dance dressed as candy bars and Hershey kisses. Jessica Gray parades around Mrs. Anderson's music room as she demonstrates her batontwirling skills learned during Alternate Program.
FIRST GRADE edges through Their A-B-C' s and 1-2-3's
Jacob Atkinson Susan Braunshteyn Alex Duty Danl Fitzgerald
Ashley Healey Cynthia Johns Tommy LePage Lathrop Lybrook
Coleman McCoy John McMillian Willie Paoletto Adla ParhamWashington
Jamie Reed Jamie Rose Florence Steinacker John Stinson
Derek Taylor JeSSica Weaver
Judson Wilton Ben Wolff
Danl Fitzgerald successfully answers one of Mrs. Chalkley's tough questions.
Cynthia Johns and Jessica Weaver are filled with the .. Lower School SpirIt .. during a pep rally.
Mrs. Chalkley and her crew of first graders attentively watch an excIting assembly program.
The first grade class listens intently for the next challenging assignment. as Mrs. Sennett gives them Instructions.
KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOM ON THE EDGE OF EXCITEMENT!
Playing house In the kindergarten room Is a favorite pastime of most girls. Including Jennifer Gray. as she leans out the kitchen window.
A box. simple as It Is. can become a fascinating play thing. especially for these three creative classmates: Chris Maszaros. Matthew Verllle. and Ramsey Bsat. Shawn. like many of hts fellow classmates. finds the classroom computer an exciting tool for learning.
Practicing for Grandparent'~ Day Is an Important part 0 klndergarten's music clas with Mrs. Anderson.
Ramsey Bsat Adam Chasen Layne Wilton Matthew Verille
Shawn Rajan Megan Multack Christopher Maszaros Sara Kornblau
Pamela Hutzler Katherine Harrison Jennifer Gray
Layne Wilton greets Mrs. Edwards with an early morning smile and her ever-present energy.
Mrs. Anderson's music class provides Adam Chasen and Ramsey Bsat with the perfect opportunity to release lots of energy.
EDGING STUDENTS TO THEIR GOALSADMINISTRATION and FACUL'TY
Mr. Paul Cramer. Head of The Steward School. at school early to prepare for busy day.
WHO can make a student sit on the EDGE of his seat in excitement? Who can push a student to the EDGE of their goals and beyond? The faculty and administration at The Steward School perform these feats every day of the school year. Because of the caring attitude of the faculty and staff. the students at Steward are shown that their dreams are attainable and that their Individual goals are worth pursuing. Under the dedicated leadership of Mr. Cramer. Mrs. Brandt. Mrs. Schutte. Mrs. Hurst. and others. the faculty devotes their time and efforts to making The Steward School a place where all students excitedly sit on the EDGE of their seats!
Business Manager Dave Meuller Is not always all business. He can
find time for a lunch time kickball tournament with Lower School.
Carolyn Brandt. Director of Studies at Steward. shows what faculty at Steward like to do most ... EAT!
Mrs. Jill Schutte. Head of the Lower School. performs one of her varied duties: mixing lemonade for the "after schoolers."
Mrs . Hurst. Head of School. pauses for one of few relaxing moments that pear during a school year.
Teena Anderson waits in line behind Betsy Miller for her turn to kick a home run in the kickball tournament.
Doris Burbank takes time to discuss timely topics with parent Joanne Whitten.
Mr. Coddington is forced to celebrate his fiftieth birthday-路 during assembly, as Janet Rice, Brenda Turner, and Anita Harbaugh find another way to humiliate him.
Third Grade teacher, Jane Whitely, basks in the afternoon sun during recess from the classroom .
B.A.. Williams College M.Ed .. Springfield College Jill Schutte B.S .. Unlv . of Nevada M.A.. Central State Unlv. of Oklahoma
Gay Hurst B .S ., Abilene Christian Colle~e
Debbie Draudt Laraine Brun berg B.A.. Longwood Colle~e M .Ed .. Va . Commonwealfh Unlv.
C.A.S ., William and Mary Grace Broadus
B.A., Hollins College Dorts Burbank B.A .. Westhampton College M .Ed .. University of
Patricia Duke B,S .. Mary Washington
Conege Jane Edwards B.A., East carol1na Unlv.
M.A .. University of Richmond
Beverley Fox B.A .. Johannesburg College of EducaUon. South Africa Estelle Grossman
. B .A .. James M adison Unlv.
B.A .. Lynchburj( College Cates6y Jones B.A., Hampton-Sydney College Margaret M aclin
8.S .. Unlv. of North Alabama Lynne Mann
B.S .. Un Iv. of illinois M.Ed .. Ed.D., Unlv. of Virginia
Betsy Miller B.A.. Holllns College Fred Ostrow B.S., Va . Commonwealth Unlv.
Rugene Pa ulette B.S .. Longwood College Chrtsana Reveley B.A .. Rhoades College M ,A .. Unlv. of Texas.
Mrs . Edwards and Chalkley share a rare ment of personal time of the classroom.
Shelby Rogers B.A .. Longwood College Phyllis Slonaker B.S .. Longwood College M.Ed., Va. Commonwealth Unlv.
Paula Spraker M.E<! .. University of Richmond Carole W~ner B.A .. East "CaroUna Unlv.
B.S., James Madison Un Iv. M.Ed .. Va. Commonwealth Untv.
Patti Woodle B.A. WIIUam and Mary Judith Woodson B.S .. Loyola Unlv.
Steward welcomes two new Lower School teachers this year: Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Grossman.
Miss Reveley. Miss Paulette. Miss Meyer. and Mr. Himelbloom socialize during the Spring Auction.
A pep rally can usually "shake up" the faculty. but right now they seem to be passive observers.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Chalkley enjoy a Thanksgiving trcat with the Lower School.
LOWER SCHOOL IS ON THE
EDGE OF THE STAGE
Jennifer Latourelle leads the chorus In an "oldie" ... "Swlngln' On A Star". Standing on the edge of the stage are kindergarten students Shan Rajan, Katherine Harrison, Layne Wilton, and Sara Kornblau.
First graders Willie and Derek Tyler are messe'q gers from the heart as lead a chorus of lively songs.
Providing narrative entertainment during the musical program are Shawn Lewis. Emily Wolff. Bm Fitzpatrick. Wesley Gatewood. and Daniel Nuckols.
Jennifer Gray is one of "Six Little Ducks" who leads the others with a "Quack! Quack! Quack! "
Posing as aliens from outer space. Leigh Jackson. Steven Just. and David Buxton open the program as they land on that "strange" planet Earth.
Adam Graves. fourth grader. is not the least bit shy when it comes to stepping in front of a large audience of parents. brothers. and sisters.
ON STAGE AND OFF
To Danl Fitzgerald's family, she's definltely a "messenger of love," which she portrays during the Grandparents' Day program.
Adrienne Fleming helps Rachel Whitteo and Michael Thomas recite their wedding vows, as she sings "Sunrise.
Chad Whitten, Jennifer LaTourelle, Stephen Paulette, and friends serena de th e grandparents on annual Grandparents' Day.
Pamela Hutzler shows us great t.alent In acrobatics Inl( the klndergart.en play, Grouchy Ladybug.
Tommy Shomo, a Spanish cat, shows the audience that sometimes the "beast" comes out In a ll of us.
Michelle Brown . Adrienne Fleming. and Rachel Whitten sing a beautiful melody Inspired by their grandparents.
Three beautiful kindergarten ballerinas perform during their play. The Grouchy Ladybug.
Judson Wilton sings a solo as he Is supported by the first grade class.
A "CAT" EDGES INTO THE "CASTLE" "Cat In the Castle" was presented because the Middle Schoolers needed a chance to shine on stage without the presence of more "established" Upper Schoolers. The entire compliment of cast and crew was composed of Middle Schoolers. Everyone learned something new including the audience. A Middle School main stage season is being planned for next year. Hugo ... Wade Rubin, Grade 6
Mini ... Corbin Adamson, Grade 6 Peasant/Guard . .. Anne Boles, Grade 7 Ham Hamwich ... Deborah Mann, Grade 6 gueen Glona . . . CatheJ1ne Shomo, Grade 6 Ptommy . .. Michael Archie, Grade 6
Stage Manager .. , Maruca Kallman Light Board Operators . .. Parke Rhoads ... Hope Crosby Properties .. . EllIs Ann McClung Run Crew . .. Frazer Orgain ... Joe Baron Wardrobe . .. Elizabeth Mann House Manager .. . Amelia Manson
ON CAMPUS OR OFF CAMPUS MIDDLE SCHOOL EDGES INTO ACTIVITIES
Jody Powell, Charlotte Tate, Adrienne Duke, and Anne Boles enjoy the spring Ilke weather during November.
Hope Crosby, Cheryl Mayers, and Monica Kallman get "psyched" at the Junlorsponsored pep rally.
Another exciting day Is experienced by all students attendIng Mrs. Brumberg's history class.
Eigh th graders enjoy a ChrIstmas party off-campus . . . as they share some hol1day cheer at Mrs. Harrison's house.
Nathan DeBardeleben enjoys his Alternate Program course, Cartooning. He plans to apply for a job as an artist for Walt Disney Productions.
Middle School Student Council officers entertained students during a Thanksgiving assembly Meggie Tronfeld, Cheryl Mayers, David Moeser, and Jason Harr,
The Eighth Grade chorus is in the holiday spirit as they rehearse once more before sIng1ng at Regency Mall,
Sixth grade girls make the most spirited cheerleaders, especially when they can cheer outside during seventh period,
Parke Rhoads leads the Recorder Class with his guitar playing as they all perform for parents In their Spring Concert,
Allison Collier. Helen Mundln. and Cathertne Shomo are not quite sure they can stand up to an hour of aerobics as they listen to the "Contours" Instructor.
Andy Duggan enjoys being a spectator as he cheers the teachers on to victory In their kickball tournament against the Lower School.
There is nothing llke an ice cream party to keep middle school students after school on a FrIday afternoon.
UPPER SCHOOL EDGES INTO EXCITEMENT . ..
Doug Hinkley stops playing hIs guitar for a minute to crack a smile during the school dance sponsored by the JunIor Class.
Cast and Crew of the fall production. "Mousetrap" hang out after a tough evening of acting.
Jay VanAusdall really and truly wants an A In Mrs. Brumberg's class. as- they hangout at Joe's Inn after a Junior Class field trip.
"Sethle Poo." Is that lIId.Ke--uR you're wearIng? Well, truth comes out ...
Jarratt Ramsey and Joanne Konstantlnakos ask a visitor from the United Way about community service.
Mike Boston Is amused by Cathy Leitch's artwork, and even offers her some advice.
The Curator of Education talked to the Junior Class about American history at the Museum of the Confederacy.
Rep. Tom Bliley visited Mrs. Meyers' Government class last fall to discuss the responsibilities of our congressmen.
Upper School students show enthusiasm during a Steward basketball game.
Senior Liz Muldowney anxIously walts for dally assembly to begIn. Cassel Adamson. Doug Hinkley. Mary Harvard Nolde. Cathy Leitch. and Cathy Cooper explain the hardships of cross-country skIIng during their two week adventure In Keystone. Colorado.
Edmund Rhoads. Lael Meem. Harlan Flippen. John Harler. and Jodi Levine talk about their exciting trip to Europe with Mrs. Meyer during Alternate program. Joanne Konstantinokas and Philip Grymes have a secret Joke to share while waiting for assembly to begin.
Leslie Muldowney hurries to buy a drink during a varsity soccer game.
Although basketball requires lots of skill and concentration, these Spartans take a break from their extensive workout on the court.
Students In Mr. Imerle's drama class experience unique adventures in their class every day.
MOUSBTRAP has audience on the edge of their seats If you like a good murder, then Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is your cup of tea. Filled with the requisite characters of a classic mystery, Mousetrap combines the aspects of comedy, drama, and intrigue. The set was designed by Cindy Mathews, decorated by Thomas Galvin, and lighted by Lael Meem.
CAST AND CREW Mollie Ralston. . . . . . . . . ... Ginny Chalkley Giles Ralston . ...... . ... . â€˘ .... . . Mike Boston Christopher Wren. . Matt Lord Mrs. Boyle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michelle Anderson Major Metcalf . . . . . . . . . . Mlng Dodson Miss Casewell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sulu Rose Mr. Paraviclnl . . .... . . .. Josh Harmon Detective Sergeant Trotter . Seth Koplin Stage Manager . . . . . .... . ... Lael Meem Light Board Operator ... . ... Mike Pfaff Sound Board Operator. . . . ... . Parke Rhoads Properties Master ... .... . ....... John Cabell Chenault Back Stage Run Crew Chief ...... . Edmund Rhoads Run Crew . . . . Michael Malarky Fred Daniel Carrie Meyer Wardrobe . . . . . . . . ... . ... . Mrs. Norva Meyer Dressers ... .. ... . . . .. ...... . . . Cheryl Mayers Amanda Newman House Manager. . . . Shehwar Qureshi
ON THE EDGE OF THE
Monica Kallman and Meggle Tronfeld master the art of cartooning. a two-week course taught during Alternate Program. Junior Mike Boston shows the intense concentration necessary to complete another art project for Mrs. Paulette.
Junk Art Is the subject here. as middle school artists like sixth grader Amelia Manson see beauty come to life from medium like "trash."
Cab Briggs and Cindy Mathews scrutinize props that they are busily completing for the drama department. Allison Collier finds that simple materials like glue, SCissors, and paper can create a majOr masterpiece.
Mrs. Paulette introduces techniques used by artist George Kay In his Dinosaur oil (In background) to her eighth grade art students.
PREPARATION IS THE KEY TO HAVING THE EDGE DURING THE 1990
Bobby Cosby listens attentlvely as he prepares during last week before leaving Norfolk and MUN.
MODEL U.N. A WARDS
Runner-up, Best Delegate - ODUMUN 1990 General Assembly: Seth Koplin 1989-1990 Best Delegate Award - The Steward School Model U.N. Society: Shehwar Qureshi Most Valuable Delegate in Committee: Seth Koplin Best New Delegate 1989-1990: Cathy Leitch Best Prepared Delegate 1989-1990: Ming Dodson Most Valuable Research for TSSMUNS: Josh Silverman Special Recognition Awards to: Cassel Adamson. Joel Padow. Matt Lord. Bobby Cosby. Michael Malarkey. Edmund Rhoads. John Cabell Chenault. Lee Kallman. Thomas Galvin. April Grant. Dorothy Spencer. Jodi Levine. Harlan Flippen.
Even pages work hard. as April Grant and Dorothy Spencer meet one last time at Mrs. Meyer's home before leaving for MUN.
Mlng Dodson shows how he received his award for Best Prepared Delegate : lots of work and preparation I
JUNIORS ON THE EDGE OF INSANITY
BRING HIGH DOLLARS
Clown Thomas Galvin holds lovely lady Jay VanAusdall for a brief moment after costumes are put on.
Auctioneer Doug Hinckley enthusiastically prethe Junior Class for auction. as part of their r-"'''''''''-' fundraising. The actual auction took two periods. as bidding was extremely competfor such hot buys as Edmund Rhoads and Lee I'"a.uuu.. >. After all payments were received. each Ituctioned junior became a slave for a day. and such feats as car washing. singing. lIallctrw;. roller skating. and just plain humiliating. fCIILCU
Juniors Heather Teachey, William Wynne, Laura Lynhart, Jay VanAusdall. and Josh Silverman line up for Inspection during Monday assembly.
Carrie Meyer greets the newest addition to the Junior Class, "'Edwina" Rhoads.
STUDENTS ARE "DECKED OUT" FOR FINE ARTS BANQUET
Two artists, Jay VanAusdall and Beth Chalkley, enjoy the moment. Character actors M1ng Dodson and Matt Lord are always expressing themselves.
Lael Meem and Thomas Galvin announce some of the awards at the banquet.
Edmund Rhoad and Carrie Mey. arrive at the bar quet tn thetr fm mal aUtre.
Liz Muldowney shines In her artist's black satin lace.
Mlng Dodson, Michael Malarkey, and Adam Northup mingle with the decorations made by Lower School.
what a great tailor can do for these guys : Stuart BowMike Boston, Jay VanAusdall. Jarratt Ramsey, John Chenault, and Seth Koplin.
CLUBS: A NEW BEGINNING Being the first year out. the Lacrosse Team did exceptionally well. The team had both middle and upper schoolers alike. They played three different games all against the same team, Chesterfield Lacrosse Club. The first game ... well anyway. they survived. but in the last two games. the team played very well. This year has put the team off to a good start. They look forward to a full schedule of games next year.
This year was third year of the Club at Steward. Instructed by Mr. dlngton. the Clu learned new can strokes and how to vlve on the river. again. the canoers a three day trip the Rappahannock er, and battled the ments. It rained most that weekend ... Club members Coach Coddington. sel Adamson, VCl.LI"~l Leitch, Edmun Rhoads, Carrie and not pictured the and only Cln Matthews.
EDGING TOWARD SUCCESS PHOTO CLUB The photography club nruade great progress this year. The president was Seth Koplin and Bobby Cosby was vice president. The other members were Frank Macrina . David Burnstein. Marshall Jamerson. Alex Mayers. Fred Daniels. Adam Northup. Edmond Rhoads. Matt Lord. Liz Muldowney. Leslie Muldowney. Sulu Rose. Carrie Meyer. Michael Malarkey. and Joe Vilseck.
GOLF CLUB OPPONENT Christchurch Prince Edward
Coach Catesby Jones. Michael Roane. Alex Mayers, Frank Macrina, Jack Evans, Doug Jones. Jim Schnell. Stephanie Mann
ON THE EDGE OF STARDOM T.A.C.S.S. commonly known as the Theatre Arts Club of The Steward School, is run in the following manner: Cindy Mathews President LaelMeemSocial Director Thomas Galvin Treasurer Members-in -Residence: Matt Lord Shehwar Qureshi Beth Chalkley John Cabell Chenault Edmund Rhoads Carrie Meyer Ginny Chalkley Michael Malarkey
Senior member Shehwar Qureshi expresses her dramatic talents as she emcees the "Miss Steward School" beauty contest.
Carrie Meyer demonstrates her artistry In make-up application as John Cabell Chenault sits patiently.
Meyer says "Don 't wor. I won't bite your head off! "
Ginny Chalkley helps Laura Linhart and Carrie Meyer with a difficult layout.
The Yearbook Staff edges FRANTICALLY towards the deadline ...
Cathy Cooper, Cassel Adamson, Dorothy Spencer , Liz Muldowny, and April Grant work hard to meet " the deadline, ..
"Loverboy" Cassel Adamson appears to be working, but we think he has other interests.
Carrie Meyer gives Dorothy Spencer some advice about
how to start a iayout.
OUR NERVES WERE ON EDGE WITH "SOMETHING'S AFOOT" SOMETHING'S AFOOT is dubbed a murder mystery musical. A play wltb music added Is mucb more difficult to perform than the standard 1930's musical. A spoof of the "Whodunit" genre plays [such as Mousetrap), Something's AIoot provided lots of genuine fun as, one by one, tbe characters were killed off. Every death used special effects carefully designed into the elaborate two-story set by Mr. Imerie. This musical was wellreceived by Stcv,rard audiences , and continued lhe lrue excellence and professionalism achieved by Steward's actors and technicians. The set was decorated by Beth Chalkley, and lighted by Lael Meem.
Lettie . .......... . . .. Cindy Mathews Fltnt ... .. .... . ............ Matt Lord C live . . Wade Rubin Hope Langdon . . Monica Kallman Dr. Grayburn .. . . Thomas Galvin Nigel Rancour . . .. ... ... Edmund Rhoads Lady Grace Michelle Anderson Col. GllIweather Mlng Dodson Miss Tweed . Carrie Meyer . ... . Michael Malarkey Geoffrey
Stage Mngr . Lael Meem Lighting .... . Mike Pfaff Sound . Fred Daniel Properties . John Harler Run Crew ... .. ...... J .C. Chenault Wardrobe . . . . . . . â€˘ . Ginny Chalkley House Mngr ... ... .. .... Shcwar Qureshi Photography . . . Lee Kallman CORt.umeR Mrs. Meyer Mrs. Woodson
VARIETY IN ALTERNATE PROGRAM EDGES OUT REGULAR ACADEMICS AT STEWARD Hey, ever try Shark meat? Aerobics, anyone? How about a career in the Navy? Want to try some homemade candy? Is that garlic I smell again In Room 24? Hey, watch out for that flying frisbee! Read much poetry? ... Yes, we did all of these things during the 1990 Alternate Program, but even more. Students of all ages got to try their hands at a new skill, learn a foreign language (and even sign language), have a complete beauty makeover, create their own jewelry, make a record. draw cartoons, and much more. It was hard to return to the regular academics after two weeks of new and stimulating adventures in ALTERNATE PROGRAM.
Members of the Mexican cookIng class sample their cuisine of the day.
Mrs. Becky VerlUe. a Mary Kay Cosmetics consultant. teaches proper skin care techniques to Keith Marshall and Adrienne Duke. Megan Multack puts the finIshing touches on her "selfportrait" balloon SCUlpture.
Thomas Walker and Rice ens show how easy It make "disposable" cJothl~i
Ben Swift and Nathan DeBardeleben anxiously apply the finishing touches to their toothpick sculpture.
Ostrow's philosophy course meant "lots of thinking going . Beth Chalkley. Mlng Dodson. Brad Kirby. Seth Koplin. Mr. and Shewar Qureshi contemplate the meaning of our /xlstlence.
The art of French braiding Is easily mastered by Cheryl Mayers. Monica Kallman . and Allison Collier. Upper School boys take great delight In creating a Mexican meal during Alternate Program. Art Wright quickly adds a triple dose of red peppers when no one Is looking.
COOKING, CARTOONING, fACE-PAINTING AEROBICS, BATON-TWIRLING, SIGr LANGUAGE, CANDY MAKING, HAIR BRAIDING, JEWELR MAKING, SHARK EATING, ULTIMATE FRISBEE, AND ...
Mfng Dodson lectures students on the civil rights movement, Its causes and effects. Upper School students who learned Sign language performed a song during assembly as lhey signed the lyrics.
Seventh graders Monica Kallman and Meggte Tronfeld get ready to outperfonn Mrs. Turner during an aerobics class as "Contours" aerobics sludIo.
Mrs. Anderson provided expert instruction in baton twirling. as John MacMll-
len. Judson Wilton. Florence Stlneker. and Jessica Grey stand at attention.
T-shirt painting became a favorite proJect of Lower School students ReUh Just. Daniel Nuckols. David Buxton, Shawn Lewis. and Ryan Pond.
Delancy Turnage. Jessica Blumberg. Keith Marshall, and Helen Mundln expertly put on the finishing touches in their Jewelry Making Class.
Mn;. Anderson's Cartooning Class was a place for Michael Archie to show his artisti c skills.
VARSITY SOCCER Edging Towards the Top
TOP: Jack Evans, Alex Mayers, Jimmy Benson, Tony Crowder, Falsal Qureshi, Joseph Vilseck, Adam Northup, Josh Silverman, Coach Ian Coddington MIDDLE: Cab Briggs, Kurt Drozeskl, John Chenault, Jarratt Ramsey, Brad Kirby, James Buls, Cassel Adamson FRONT: Doug Hinkley, Mike Boston, Philip Grimes
1-0 2-1 0-1 0-6 0-5 I-I 0-2 2-0 3-2 6-3 2-2 0-5 0-3 0-2 1-0 2-2 2-0
Steward Invitational Steward Invitational St. Christopher's St. Anne's Collegiate Prince Edward County St. Vincent dePaul New Community Prince Edward County Tidewater Academy Christchurch St. Anne's Benedictine St. Vincent dePaul New Community Tidewater Academy Christchurch
VCC TOURNAMENT CHAMPS: Christchurch 2-0 St. Vincent dePaul 3-0 OVERALL 8-8-3 Mike Boston, goalie for Steward's Varsity team, once again stops another point by the opponent.
The Varsity Team shows off Jimmy Benson's newest habit ... leg shavIng. How does it feel, Jimmy?
J. V. Soccer Edges toward a win with team work
Scott Reynolds is not a "Rockette," but he is conce rned about developing a strong kick before the next Middle School soccer match, Jim Schnell takes a much needed breather after an exhausting game,
3-0 2-6 3-0 1-1 0-11 1-6 0-6 1-0 0-3 1-1 2- I
St. Anne's St. Edwards's St. Anne's Richmond Christian Sl. Michael's Collegiate" A" St. Christopher's Collegiate "B" St. Edward's Tandem Richmond Christian RISSL Tournament
Coach Jones, Wade Rubin, Michael Archie, Forrest Perrin, David Moeser, Elvin Ridley, 1'I"rk"I"v Goodloe, Frazer Orgain MIDDLE: Garrett Weston, Andy Duggan, Scott Reynolds, Goshorn, Louis Collier BOTTOM: Ben Swift, Jim Schnell
ONTHEEDGE TO VICTORY
Tara Garner prepares to another shot on goal. Carrie Meyer, Cathy Leitch, H. Nolde, and Charlotte block up a free hit.
Top: Deborah Mann, Ellis Ann McClung, Jennifer Glazier, Ginny Chalkley, Tara Garner, Charlotte Tate. Paulene Vigan, Corbin Adamson, Elizabeth Mann Middle: Coach Janet Rice, Cathy Leitch , Jamie Brock , Mary Harvard Nolde. Laura Krumbein Bottom: Cocaptains Carrie Meyer and Joanne Konstantinakos
Gamer attempts to put on the board as Carrie blocks out for the re-
GIRLS BASKETBALL keeps you on the EDGE of your seat Miss Rice sets a serious tone for her team during a time out.
Collegiate JV St . Catherine's JV Richmond Christian
St. Vincent St . Margaret's
Sl. Anne's VES
Blessed Sacrament Tt1nlty JV Marymount St. Catherine's JV Richmond Christian
Blessed Sacramenl St. Vincent
Trinity "A" St. Anne's
Collegiate JV Marymount St. Margaret's St. Margaret's
Top Row: Ginny Chalkley. Jamie Brock. Coach Janet Rice. Cathy Leitch. Cheryl Mayers Bottom Row: Cathy Cooper. Mary Harvard Nolde. Carrie Meyer. Katherine Shomo. Tara Gamer
VARSITY BOYS' BASKETBALL EDGES THROUGH THE SEASON Josh Silverman hustles back to prevent a layup by the opposition.
Edmund Rhoads is prepared for the rebound on the free throw. SCORE OPPONENT
35-69 16-103 20-72 19-64 46-36 28-48 43-62 53-39 31-59 50-51 34-36 48-32 49-60 39-85 48-53 55-72 39-37 54-62 60-72
West End Christian St. Vincent's Brunswick New Community Commonwealth Christian St. Anne's J .V. Amelia Academy Blessed Sacrament York Academy J.V. Richmond Christian J.V. Marymount Commonwealth Christian J.V. Kenston Forest J .V. New Community St. Anne's J.V. Amella Academy Tidewater Academy Blessed Sacrament Prince Edward Academy J.V.
During half-time. Coach Houston urges Lee Kallman and the Steward team on to a victory . James Buls, Joel Padow, Josh Sllverman, Mike Bosion, David Burnstlne (Maolag;el Bobby Cosby, Lee Kallman. Harrison Neal. John Harler (Manager)
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL OVER THE EDGE
• • •
The 1990 Middle School Basketball Team had an outstanding season this year. They finished their season with an undefeated 9-0 record. Top: Coach Sharpe. Louis Collier. Jim Schnell. Chris Sharpe. John Ferguson. Brian Kreckman Middle: Frazier Orgaln. James Holmes. Steven Bopp. Jody Powell. Jason Harr Bottom: David Moeser. Elvin Ridley. Michael Archie. Wade Rubin
The team Is In action. Jim
Schnell thinks fast as he pre35-26 34-15 31-22 44·32 50·37 32·20 40-21 38-26 41-34
Coach Sharpe explains the game strategy as his team listens Intently.
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pares for a pass.
Brian Kreckman takes a breather. but not for long. Soon It's back to mid-court . .. business as usual.
SOCCER ON THE EDGE
Doug Hinkley, Brad Kirby, and Philip Grymes get center stage attenton when they receive certificates during the Athletic Assembly. 1990 Indoor Soccer Team: Top Row: Faisai Qureshi, Cab Briggs, Coach Coddington, Jimmy Benson, Cole DeJarnette. Bottom Row: Brad Kirby, Philip Grymes, Doug Hinkley, Mike Boston.
The team gathers around! Coach Coddington for a meeting before a match at legtate.
TAKES THE CHALLENGERS TO THE EDGE
9-0 7-2 7 -1 9-0 7 -2 8-0 9-0 2-7 5-4 9-0 7-2 9-0
Huguenot Academy Brunswick Academy Christ Church New Community Kenston Forest Christ Church Huguenot Academy St. Vincent de Paul Trinity Tidewater Academy Prince Edward Academy New Community
VCC Tournament: Erik deVrles Boy's Singles Title Boy's Team - Second Place Coach: Mark Troxell
Southampton Trinity Huguenot Academy Marymount St. Margaret's New Community Kenston Forest Huguenot Academy St. Vincent de Paul Tidewater Academy Prince Edward Isle of Wight New Community
4-5 4-5 1-8 1-8 3-1
9-0 2-7 0-9 2-7 4-5 4-5 3-0
Coach: Mark Troxell
Bottom Row: Mary Harvard Nolde. Cathy Cooper. Ginny Chalkley. Delaney Turnage. Jamie Brock. Cheryl Mayers. Hope Crosby Top Row: Coach Mark Troxell. Joe Baron. Cab Briggs. Wilson Prince. Mike Boston. Erik deVries. Randy Morchower
r CHEERLEADERS STANDING ON THE EDGE OF
THE CROWD Beth Chalkley and the cheerleaders lead the crowd tn a crowd
TOp Row - Emily Wilkerson. Dorothy Spencer, Captain Beth Chalkley, Jodi Levine. Bottom Row - Michelle Anderson, Ginny Chalkley, Kate Porter, Harlan Flippen.
Shehwar Qureshi and Wilkerson cheer the boys on a victory.
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL OVER THE EDGE TO AN UNDEfEATED SEASON
Allison Collier, Corbin Adamson , Keith Marshall, Amelia Manson . and Anne Boles cheer the Middle School basketball team to an undefeated seaSOD .
Helen Mundin . Catherine Shomo, Allison Collier. Corbin Adamson. Keith Marshall, Amelia Manson. and Anne Boles cheer our boys to a win over St. Mary's.
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The Best of Friends. Thanks for everything, Seniors. We love ya! Thomas, Dorothy, Ginny, Edmund, and Carrie.
CLASS OF 1990 GOOD LUCK IN YOUR FUTURE, WHATEVER THAT HAS IN STORE. - DON'T DO ANYTHING I WOULDN'T DO. WHICH ISN'T SAYING MUCH. - WHEN YOU LOSE YOUR POWER TO LAUGH. YOU LOSE YOUR POWER TO THINK STRAIGHT. I COULD NAME ALL THE SENIORS LIKE MATT, LIZLE, SHEWAR, BETH AND THE REST OF YOU. YES EVEN YOU SETH. THAT HAVE SHAPED AND EVEN CHANGED ME. THANKS. I LOVE YOU ALL (SOME MORE THAN OTHERS, OF COURSE). LOVE. DAVID (YOU KNOW WHO I AM. YOU COULD NOT FORGET ME IF YOU WANTED TO). REMEMBER, EVERYONE'S A LYING HYPOCRITE.
SETH, GOOD LUCK IN COLLEGE. PLEASE COME SEE ME SOON. I WILL MISS YOU! LOVE, LAURA
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THE RESOURCE AREA Doris Burbank, Director TUTORS: CAROL BUTLER CAROLYN DANDRIDGE SHIRLEY GERRY CINDY LIFFICK KAREN LUKHARD
JANE MEADOWS SANDY SHAW PtfYLLIS SLONAKER PAULA SPRAKER MELANIE RODRIGUEZ
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TO THE CLASS OF 1990 - WE HOPE YOU ENJOYED IT! WE'LL MISS YOU! CLASS OF 1991
WE'VE REACHED THE EDGE, AND THERE'S NO TURNING BACK! You have now traveled through a year of dreams fulfilled, everyday realities, and hopes for the future. At Steward, we keep pushing to the edge of all that is offered us, yet there is no turning back. A new decade awaits us, and we now look forward with anticipation to the years to come. The Yearbook Staff hopes that you have fondly revisited the 1989-1990 school year, and now stand on the edge of a new decade with all the enthusiasm that you had during the last.