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Why grow up? On one hand, growing
up means fun and independence, yet on
the other hand growing up means re

sponsibility and choices. As teenagers,
we are caught squarely in the middle of

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nior Stephanie Smith ponders if
that big green thing in her teeth
is noticeable.

Above right: Mezmorized by the
sweet cheesey smell of pizza,
Senior Morganne Hinds can't

each question. We are mature enough to

wait for lunch.

make choices, but still need help with

Right: Trying hard not to fall,
Seniors Stephanie Smith, Ashley

making the right decisions. We are old

Mills, and Samantha Smith make

a leaning tower of human.

enough to take care of ourselves, but
not old enough to be completely on our

Below; Stuffing their faces full

own. For example, driving a nice car is

enjoy Beller's winning pizza.

possible, but who usually pays for it?
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S m i t h a n d J u n i o r Ta r a D a v i s

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for the responsibilities needed for the
"adult" part of growing up. But do we

really have to "grow-up"? Does grow
ing up mean having to wear business

suits and frowny faces, and yell when

the music is too loud? Does growing

up mean we have to stop having fun?

As shown by the students and faculty
here at Buffalo High School, the answer

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is "NO"! We may be growing up on
the outside, but on the inside we have

all the curiousities of a five-year-old.
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independence and immaturity, finding a
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S t u d e n t P r o fi l e

Best Friend-Annie Oliver

Hidden Talent-playing Softball

Favorite Color- Orange

Tabitha Tessmei is a wild, crazy, future veteranarian. She enjoys

though liding a horse is not always a smooth ride, riding relaxes her. No matter how much stress fils her day she can
always hop on a horse & have fun. During high school Tabitha always had a hard time staying up late to finish her home-

woik o) study. Late night study sessions leave her drained & exhausted the next morning. You might be wondering, "Why
would she stay up later to do her homework, when she could always just do it later?" Tabitha has to stay caught up on her
work, because she is aspu ing to be a great veterinarian. She also wants to have a farm on the side.Ailhough, when she was
she wanted to be a cowgirl. Last year Tabitha competed in the Speed the Light bike-a-thon with two of
her Inends. ley lode filty- two miles & felt like they almost kiled themselves. In the end, Tabitha thought the near death
experience was wort 1 the thil. Tabitha s fondest memory came from last year in her biology class. When a guy jumped out
of the win ow. is sophomores favorite quote is, "If God had wanted me to touch my toes he would have put them on my
knees. Tabitha has a veiy close bond with her sister Charity. They are not only sisters, but great friends. Tabitha Tessmer is

a gieat giil with a very positive & friendly attitude. She has a solid plan for her future, an admiration for her older sister, &

Kassie Rogers, a tough freshmen girl, who used to have a "thing" for space and a weak spot in her heart for kids enjoys
hanging out with her sister and friends. Kassie is a daredevil. When she was only ten years old she stole her parents car and
went on a joy ride. She just decided to take it out for a little fun on a boring day. She has had a hard time with her locker being
in a different hallway than all of her classes. When Kassie grows up she wants to be a pre-natal nurse or a pediatrician. She

loves kids, and wants to do something involving children. Although, when she was young she wanted to be an astronaut. \n the
next ten years Kassie hopes to have her career off to a good start. She would also like to have a nice steady boyiriend. Kassie
was really sad when Mr. Thompson passed away. His class was her favorite part ol school, because he was so cool. It Kassie
could do one thing different, she would call her friends more often. You never know when they won't be there to answer the

phone. Furthermore, Kassie admires all of the heavy metal bands who make it in the music business. She also admires the
bands that haven't been discovered yet. Kassie's favorite band is Korn because they '^rock my face off!'" So if \ ou like bands
that rock, you should talk to Kassie. You might have more in common than you think.

she has to have great leg muscles after a fifty-two mile bike-a-thon. So next time you see her walking by. smile & say hello.
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Adam Conner

Ashlee Colter

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Matthew Dame

L.aci Deckard

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road to success and see a cow driving a

Atteberry. Tessa
9-19-86 Daughter of Tammy
and Dennis Atteberry Bison
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Besabe Bison Honor Roll 4,
Honor Roll 2,3,4, Football

Prep Certificate 4 Basketball 1.

2.3.4. Track 3, Weightlifting

S o f t b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 . 4 Tr a c k 1 . 2 . 3 , 4

2.3.4, Band 1,2, VICA3.

Weightlifting 1,2,3,4 A-f Tutor

Vo - Te c h 3 . 4 Ye a r b o o k S t a f f

4 Band 1,2.3,4 Chamber

4, Snowboarding Club 1.2.

Choir 1,2.3,4 Dynamics 2.3.4

Skate Club 1,2. Paintballing

FCA 1,2,3.4 French Club 2

Club 1,2. Years in D.C. 2

Cobb. Smantha

Everitt. Justin

5-22-86 Daughter of Reyna

3-22-87 Son of Ron and Lisa

and Gregory Cobb Honor
Roll 4. Dance Team 2, Pep

Track 2.3.4, Weightlifting 2,3,

C l u b 4 , V I C A 4 , V o - Te c h 4 .

A+ Tutor 4, Music Club 3.4.

years in D.C.

Music Contest 3.4. years in

Everitt Football 1.2,3.4,

D.C. 13

C o t t e r. A s h l e e N i k o l e

11-12-86 daughter of Mike
and Tonya Cotter Who's

Grae\ s. Brad

Black, Paul

Who 1,2,3.4, College Prep

Graevs Academic Letter 3

C e r t i fi c a t e 4 . H o n o r R o l l

Charier Member 3.4 Pep Band

3-3-86 Son of Greg and
Diane Black College Prep

1.3,4 years in D.C. 13

C e r t i fi c a t e 4 , H o n o r R o l l

Festival Candidate 1,4, A-i-

to smile about. You have be

1,2,3,4. Football 4, Sports

Tutor 4, Art Club 4 FCA 4.

come a fme young man ,

Manager 1,2, Weightlift
ing 3,4. A+ Tutor + 4. FFA

FCCLA 2,3. Science Club 4.

1 - 2 . 3 , 4 . F FA O f fi c e r, S e n t i

Ye a r B o o k S t a ff 3 , 4 S t u d e n t

nel year in D.C 13

Council 1,2. Class Sec. years

Mom and Dad

Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Music Club

"Eskimo Butterfly"

1,2,3.4 Music Contest 1.2,3.4

NHS 4 Pep Club 1.2,3 RYAC
3,4 Freshman Mentor 4 Sober

Thanks for giving us so much
Clayton,

2-23-1989 Son of Josephine

Barclay, Sammie
12-02-86 Daughter of Sam and

We are so Proud of you! We
have been blessed to have

Angelia Barclay Academic

you.

Letter 2,3.4, Bison Honor Roll

1,2,3,4, College Prep CertifiLove,

To which anyone would be ■ ^^ate

Dad, Mom and DJ

proud to call you their son. 1

4. Basketball 1, Volleyball

1.2,3.4, Festival Candidate 4,

Love, Mom and Dad 1 Chamber Choir 2,3.4, Dynam
ics 2,3.4, FCA 2,3, FFAI.3,

Glee Club 2,3,4. Music Club
1.2,3.4. Music Contest 1.2.3.4,

;NHS 2,3.4. Pep Club 1.2.4,

JTiember at large 4, President 4,

Punky, Hallelujah you're V

Dear Jessica,

I hope you always live
well, laugh often and love
much. We are so very proud
of you. God Bless you and

Treasurer 3 years in D.C. 12

rmallyoutor

this place. No ^
parent

could

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Beamer. Jazmyne Rene
2-12-87 Daughter of Susan Joy

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be more proud.

keep you always. No matter
where you go or what you
do you can always come
back home because you are

you such talent. We pray you will always use it to

(ruly loved. Love Always,

Him.

God has given -j

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We love you more than life. Mom and Dad

Mom and Dad

Morganne,

and Robert Lance Beamer Aca

Love,

Mom, Dad, Garrett, Wyatt,
Grandma and Papaw

Sober 4. Spanish Club 2,3.4.

in D.C. 13

SonofTJ

Prep Certiilcate 4 Football
1.2.3.4 Golf 1 Weightlifting

1.2.3,4 Wrestling 1.2 A-h Tu

tor 4. Art Club 3, 4 Chess Club
4 Band 1.2 FCA 4 French

C l u b 2 . 3 . 4 F TA 4 M a t h C l u b
3.4 Music Contest 1.2 NHS 4

Pep Club 2.3.4 Student Coun
cil 1.2.3.4 Senior Pres Eagle

B r o w n , Te d
5-18-87

Bison Honor Roll 2.3 College

Scout. Member of Grace Comand

Wendy Brown Academic
Letter 2,3, Who's Who

1,2.3, Cross Country 4.
Track 3, A+ Tutor 4. Chess

Club 3,4, Literary Club 4,

Dame, Matthew

Sherry Dame Perfect Atten
dance 1.2, A-t-Tutor 4, VICA

3.4, Vo-Tech 3,4. years in
D.C. 13

years in D.C. 8
Buntin. Tonya
3-17-87 Daughter of Kathy
and Raymond Buntin A-i-

Tutor 4, Pep Club 2.3,
V I C A 3 . 4 , Vo - Te c h 3 . 4 4 - H

munilN UMC vears in D.C. 10

1-6-87 Son of Gary and
H a t z . Ta s i a

10-14-86 daughter of Amy
and Keith Hatz Bison Honor

Roll 1 Volleyball 1,2.3.4
Ess, Nicole Lynn

Black Walnut Festi\ al 4 A-v-

1-16-87 Daughter of Kevin
and Cheryl Ess Bison

Tutor 4 Glee Culb 4 Music

Honor Roll 1,2,3.4, College

Prep Certificate 4, Softball

Club 4 Music Contest 2 Pep
Club I Sober 2 Spanish Club
1 Girl Scouts 13 years, years

1,2,3,4. Festival Candidate
1. A-i- Tutor 4. Art Club 3.4
Club officer 2,3. FTA 4.

in D.C. 13

Burns. Sara

Pep Club 2.3. Spanish Club

Hawkins. Chastid\ Nikole

I, Chess Club 3,4. Drama Club

6-9-87 Daughter Dixie And

04-09-87 daughter of Mart\

I, FCA I. Math Club 3. NHS

Larry Burns Honor Roll 4.

4. Pep Club 1.2.3 Science Club
3. Sober 3.4, Spanish Club 2,4.

A+ Tutor 4, Band 2,3. Club

2.3,4, Yearbook Staft 3.4.
FCCLA President 2. Art
Club Sec. 3. Cadet Teach

Officer 3,4, Drama club 3,4,

ing 4, Leadership Award 2,

Speech and Debate 1,2,3,4. Slu

Glee club 2, Music Club

years in D.C. 10

1.2,3.4 Volleyball I Softball
2 Weightlifting 1.2,3.4 Carni\ al Queen 1 Festi\ al Can

demic Letter 2,3,4, Who's Who

3,4, College prep certificate 4,

for 8 years years 13

Honor Roll 1,2.3,4 Sports Man
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tional Merit Candidate 3. years

2.3, Secretary and Historian
of Drama Club Third place
in Talent show . years in
Es ans, Cod\

in D.C. 1 1

D.C. 10

Co. Historian 4,

You have always been a
beautiful girl both inside and out.
We are very proud of you!

1.2.3,4, Cheerleader 1.2.3.

3-11 -87 son of Greg and Judy

Mascot 2.3. NFL 1,2,3,4. Na

8-23-86 Son of Brad and

and

Pam

Haukins

Honor

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d i d a t e 4 A + Tu t o r 4 C l u b O f
fi c e r 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 A n C l u b 2 , 3 . 4

Pep Club 2.3.4 Sober 3.4
Spanish Club 2.3.4 student

7-8-86 Son ol Ke\ in and Sherrv

Missy E\ans Football 2.3
council 1.2.3.4 Ircsh class
6-14-87 Daughter of Ed And Weightliftng 1,2,3.4 Wres
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Bennett. Clayton Warren

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Senif)!' Mugs

Senior Mui:^

nd Cathy Haynes, Who's

Great job! We're all so very proud of you. Just
remember you can do anything you set out to do!
God bless you and remember to wear your seat
belt.

3.4 FCA 2,3.4 French Club 3,4

t o r 4 C l u b O f fi c e r 4 F C C L A 4

Math Club 3 Music Club 4 Msic

FFA 1 Pep Club 2.3.4 VICA 3.4

lub 3,4 VICA 3.4 years in

Contect 1 Student Council 1,4.

V o - Te c h 3 . 4 V i c a S k i l l s U . S . A

.C. 9

years in D.C. 13

iVho 2 Honor Roll I A+ Tu-

or4 French Club 2.3 Library

LeJeune, Zoie

We Love You Very Much!

10-25-86, daughter of Marvin

"ierzog, Jacob
-17-87. son of John and

Mom, Dad, Loyd & Chelsey

Letter 4 Bison Honor Roll 4

•^etter 2,3.4 Bison Honor

H o n o r R o l l I Tr a c k 1 . 2 , 3 . 4 Vo l

■r^oll 1,2,3,4 Who's Who
Nicole,

Brad. Wc are

so proud of you
and all vour hard

Congratulations
Nicole for a job

work throughout

well done. We

school. It shov\s

are so proud of

in everything you
do. Wc always

you. Keep reach
ing for the stars.

know where you are by the laugh
ter surrounding you. Always
remember to let God guide you.
Love Mom & Dad

Love, Mom, Dad, and Ryan

fcan 3 Golf 1.2.3 Wrestling

4 French Club 4 Pep Club 4
Vo-Tech 4, years in D.C. 13

Naylor. Academic Letter 2,3.4

Lynch, Tyler Lauren

7-1-85. Baseball I Weightlift

Who 3 College Prep Certificate
4 Principal's list 2,3.4 Baseball
1.2 Football 1,2.3.4 Weightlift

ing I Carnival Candidate 4

ing 2,3,4 A-i- Tutor 4 Club Ot-

,2,3,4 Weightlifting 1.2.3.4
+ Tutor 4 Chess Club 2.3,4

hess Club 2.3,4 Club Oficcr4 FCA 1,4 French Club

j,4 NHS 2,3,4 NHS Pres
;-hess Club Pres, years in
O.C. 9

^inds, Morganne Brittany
^-23-87. daughter of Brett

: FFA 1.2,3 Pep Club 1,2.3,4

Spanish Club 3.4, years in
O.C. 13

fi c e r 4 F FA 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 N H S 2 . 3 . 4

1.2 Music Contest 1.2 VICA 4

Spanish Club 1,2.3,4 2nd team

Maynard, Fonest
7-25-1986, son of Greg and Kar

luck! We love

you much!
Dad & Mom

pchr, Ariel

11 --29-86, daughter of Jeff and

were high, but you exceeded them.

Remember, if you need strength— a horse lies in you.

Dad. Mom. and Loryn
20 Senior Ads

a l l D i s t r i c t L i n e b a c k e r, F FA

Pres. years in D.C. 13

Drama Club 1 FBLA 2
Glee Club 2.3 Music Club
1.2.3 Music Contest 1,2

Pep Club 1,2,3.4 Sober
3,4 years in D.C 13

Pinkley. Ryan. Christopher
1 -29-87. son of Kent and

Judy Pinkley. Baseball
1.2.3.4 Football 2, years in

Poelma, Wilhelmus Jake

Patty Miller, Academic Let

2-28-87, son of Corne

A r t C l u b 4 F B L A I F C A 4 F FA

lius Kees and Deborah

2.3 Spanish Club 3,4, years in

Poelma, Honor Roll 4 A4-

D.C. 13

T u t o r 4 V I C A 3 V o - Te c h
3.4, vears in D.C. 6

M i c h e l l e L e h r, H o n o r R o l l

Who's Who 3,4 College Prep

,2,3,4 Softball 2, Weightlift-

Certificate 4 Principal's list I

and Brenda Paul. Academic

:ng 4 A+ Tutor 4 Chess Club

A-t- Tutor 4 Art Club 4 Band

Letter 2,3.4 Bison Honor Roll

P o t t e r. B e n J e f f r e v ^

1 Who's Who 1,2,3,4 College

3-7-87. son of Jeff and

1.2 Pep Club 1.2,3 Spanish

1.2 FFA 1.2,3.4 Pep Club 2,3,4
Sober 3.4 Spanish Club 2,3.4

Prep Certificate 4 Principal's

Candy Potter/Felice and
Darr> I Allen. Baseball 1
Ft:)otball 1.2 Weightlifting

^ FBLA 1,2 FCA 1,2 FCCLA

ter 2.3,4 Bison Honor Roll 2,3

Mills, Ashley. K.

12-14-86, daughter of Kathleen

,^ing, Eric
1^-19-86, son of Paul and Tri

and Charles Mills. Academic

via King. Bison Honor Roll

Letter 2.4 Who's Who 1,2,3,4

.1.2,3 Who's Who 3 Ht)nor

list 2.3 Scholastic All American

4 Dance Team 1 Sports Manag
er 1 Track 3 Volleyball 1,2,3,4

I BI,A4 F( C LA4 Math

^ luh 2,3 Pep Club L2.3.4.
K'ars in l).( 1 3

3.4 Student Council 1.2.3 Miss

Dallas County 3,4 Spanish C^lub
Pres 4 f-reshnian mentor 4. years
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3,4 A+ Tutor 4 Art Club

Christmas Attendant 2 Festival

3 C l u b O f fi c e r 3 . 4 F C A

Queen 4 A-i- Tutor 4 Club Of

2,3,4 FFA 2 Math Club 3.4

fi c e r 3 . 4 F B L A 3 , 4 F C A 2 . 3 . 4

College Prep Certificate 4 Honor F C C L A 2 M a t h C l u b 3 N H S
^oll 1.2,3,4 College Prep
Roll 3 Principal's list 1,2,4
2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3.4 Sober
- ertificate 4 Baseball 1.2,3.4
Weightlifting 2.4 A+ Tutor 4
3.4 Spanish Club 2,3 Student
- ross Countr\ 1.2.3,4 A -i- Tu- FFA 2 NHS 2.3,4 Spanish Club
t>r4 Art Club 4 Chess Club

Love,

A l l C O C L i n e b a c k e r, S W M C A

Club 3 Color Guard 2.3.4

Paul, Whitney
4-18-87, daughter of David

^res 3, years in D.C. 8

We are so proud of your accomplishments. Our expectations

D.C. 3

Club 2,3,4 Club Officer 3 FFA 4, B a s e b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 B a s k e t b a l l 3 . 4
Football 1,2,3 Weightlifting 3
years in D.C. 13

p-'lub 1.2,3 VP Spanish Club 2 years in D.C. 13

Sammie,

Cadat Teacher years in

D.C. 13

1 -21 -87. daughter of Marty and

Olive Juice!

Club 1.2.3 Spanish Club 3

en Maynard, Bison Honor Roll 2 Owensby, Timothy Samuel
College Prep Certificate 4 Honor 5-9-87, son of Wayne and
Roll 1.3 Basketball 1.2,3,4 Art
Donna Owensby, Who's Who 3

M i l l e r, Ly n d i

You've always

Bison Honor Roll 1,2 Who's

Chamber Choir 2 Music Club

Vo-Tech 3,4, years in D.C. 6

1.2.3.4 Library Club I Pep

ing 3,4 Wrestling 2 FFA 2 Scout Pierce. Paige
Staff 4. years in D.C. 9
11-16-86, daughter of
Dawn Scheerer. Sports
Naylor. Brett
Manager I A-f- Tutor 4 Art
6-20-86, son of Gary and Pam

didate 4 A-J- Tutor 4 Art Club

. 2 . 3 , 4 S o f t b a l l 1 , 2 A + Tu t o r

kept us laugh
ing. Best of

leyball 1,2.3.4 Festival Can

T u t o r 4 A r t C I u b 4 F FA

Pep Club Pres junior year.
Nevills. Phillip
5-23-87, son of Joe and Penny
Nevills, Football 2,3 Weightlift

- .2,3,4 Scholastic All Amer-

)nd Pam Hinds. Who's Who
Honor Roll 2. Cheerleader

Dusty,

and Jeannie LeJeune, Academic

Ocbra Hcrzog, Academic

Pres, years in D.C. 3

Bison, Honor Roll 4 A-i-

Music Club I Music Con
test 1 NHS 3.4 Sober 3.4

Spanish Club 1.3 Speech
and

Debate

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Chavia

Hale

Sttident

Council 1.2.3,4 Student Bod\

C \ n m c i l 3 . 4 C l a s s O f fi c e r

Pres 4 Class Officer 1.2,3.4

3.4 National Forensics

NHS Secretarx 3 FC\A Secre-

Leaiiue 1. \ears in D.C. 10

tar\ 3 FBLA Pres. 3. \ears in
D.C

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SenH>r Mii^s

Rambo, Jessica Lauren

Lyndi,

X-18-87 daughter of Larry
and Jeanie Rambo. Aca-

Remember to always make your

jemic Letter 2, 3. 4 Bison

journey as memorable as your
destination. (Just like you always

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 .4 Col-

have for us.) But never forget

rutor4 Band 2. 3 Color

.ege Prep Certificate 4 A+
3uard 2, 3 Dynamics 2, 3

where you came from

4 FCA 2. 3 4, Glee Club

We love you!

Mom, Dad, & Logan

Rumfelt, Amanda L.

5-10-87, daughter of David
Rumfelt and Candy King. A+
Tutor 4 Chamber Choir 2, 3. 4

Drama Club 3 Dynamics 3, 4
FCA 3 FFA3 Glee Club 1. 2.

3. 4 Music Club 2, 3, 4 Music

Contest 1, 2. 3 Pep Club 3, 4
years in the D.C. 7

W'^ho 3 College Prep Cer

1.2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3.4
Golf 2. 3.4 Softball 1,2,3.

tificate 4 A-h Tutor 4 Band
1. 2. 3 Chess Club 4 NHS 2

4 Tr a c k 1 . 2 , 3 . 4 A - h Tu t o r 4

3 . 4 S . O . B . E . R 3 Ye a r s i n

FCA 1.2 FCCLA 2. French

the D.C. 9

Contest 1, 2. 3, 4 NHS 2, 3,

T u r n e r. J e n n i f e r

\ Pep Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Sci

2-19-87 daughter of Scott
and Becky Turner, Aca

are and always have been a strong j ^

years. We love and appreciate you.

Who 1. 2. 3. 4 Principals List

in the D.C. 13

Never stop believing in yourself. mentor 4 Years in

gave us when you came into our
lives. Remember God loves you
and is always there for you.

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Who's

Club 2. 3 Scout Staff 4 Years

Dear Sara, "lub Secretary 4 Solo 2, 3, 4

and beautiful spirit-wise beyond you,

demic Letter 1,2,3.4 Who's

Music Club L 2. 3. 4 Music

Club 2. 3. 4 Science

We thank God for the gift he

B a r b a r a S h e w m a k e r. A c a

Stephans. Sara
4-18-87 daughter of Vlax
and Patti Slephans. Bison

1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 4

ence Club 4 S.O.B.E.R 3, 4

BJ,

Shewmaker, Cortney
5-9-87. daughter of Tom and

Sklodowski, Kristine Anne

Sexton, Allan Wayne
06-11 -87 son of Michael W.

and Ginny Holt Sexton, Car
nival Candidate 2 Band 2. 3, 4
Chess Club 4 FBLA 3. 4 Music

Mom, Dad, and Taylor iankin, Kacey

Contest 2, 3. 4 Sober 3 years in
D.C. 3 years

10-29-86 daughter of Roger

8-3-87 daughter of Gary and
K i m S k l o d o w s k i D a n c e Te a m

1, 2 Softball 1 Carnival Can
didate 4 FCA 4 FCCLA 1,2

Pep Club 2 VICA 3, 4 Vo-Tech
3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Years in
the D.C. 6

demic Letter 2. 3, 4 Bi
son Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4

College Prep Certificate 4
B a s k e t b a l l 1 . 2 . 3 , 4 Tr a c k

1.2,3,4 Volleyball 1.2.
3 , 4 A + Tu t o r 4 F r e n c h
Club 2, 3, 4 NHS 3, 4
S.O.B.E.R 3, 4 Student
Council 3. 4 Member at

ind Brenda Rankin, Aca

Large, Years in the D.C.

Congratulations.

demic Letter 3. 4 Who's

Smith, Jami Anne Marie

Mom. Dad, and Ben

Who 1, 2, 3, 4 College Prep

9-24-86 daughter of Paul E.

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C e r t i fi c a t e 4 F l o n o r R o l l

Self and Patricia L. Malone,

Webb, Quinton L.

College Prep Certificate 4

7-25-86 son of Roger and

Honor Roll 1, 2. 4 A-i- Tutor 4
Scout Staff 4 Yearbook Staff

Donna Web, Who's Who 3,

3. 4 Years in the D.C. 2

2,3 FFA 1.2,3,4 Vica 3

1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2

Chastidy,
We could not be any
prouder! You are a
shooting star the only
way is up!

Ariel,

It's hard to believe you are
all grown up. You have a lot of fun
memories

from

high school to look

iVolleyball 1,2 A-t-Tutor 4
dynamics 3. 4 FCA 1,2.3. and Janice Sperko, Academic
^ Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Music
Letter 2, 3. 4 Bison Honor Roll
w^lub 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Con-

:est 1,2, 3, 4 NHS 3, 4 Pep
I years in the D.C 13

back on and many

Mom, Dad. and Carley

as you head off to collec.e. Richardson, Stephanie

We are proud of you and o Y ^ daughter of Doug
Marv Beth Richardson.

Mom. Hunter. Grandma . ^t^^onor Roll 1,2.3 A-h Tutor
Art Club 4 FFA 2 VICA 2

m

^^/o-Tech 2 years in the D.C.
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always!

Mom and Dad

a n d C a r i a S n o w, B i s o n H o n o r

fi c e r 2 , 4 F B L A 2 . 3 . 4 F C A

Roll 4, Honor Roll 2 3. Drama

2. 3, 4 FCCLA 2. 3. 4 French

Club 2. French Club 2. Li

Club 2, 3. 4 Music Contest 2.

brary Club 4, Pep Club 1 2.

Routt, Billy
12-3-85, son of Mch in and

Kim Routt. Weightlifting 2.
FFA 1.2 VICA 3. 4 Vo-Tech
3. 4 vears in the D.C. 1 2

the D.C. 13

3. 4 National Society of High

Champs 4 Years in the D.C. 13

6-6-87 son of Russ and

Skyla Weeks, Honor Roll 2
Wrestling 1 Chamber Choir
1. 2, 3. 4 Club Officer 34 Drania Club 1. 2. 3. 4
Contest 1. 2. 3, 4 Years in
the D.C. 9

Starkey, Johna
8-28-87, daughter of Rick
and Merry Starke>, Who's

Wilson, Brandon

Who I - 2, 3 Honor Roll 1.

3-17-87 son of Cher\ l and

2 Cross Country 1. 2, 3. 4

Larr\ McCarths. Bison

Sports Manager 1 A+ Tutor 4

Band 1,2, 3,^4 Club Officer 4
Science Club 3. 4 S.O.B.E.R.

3. 4 Cadet Teaching 4 NJHHS
debater- 2 Years in the D.C\
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Weeks, Tyler

Music Club 1. 2, 4 Music

S c h o o l S c h o l a r s 3 Wo m b a t

Society 2 Freshman Mentor
4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 National

m a n 2 Ye a r s i n t h e D . C . 1 3

11-26-86 daughter of John

3 NHS 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3. VICA 3, Vo-Tech 3, Years in

N H S Tr e a s u r e r 4 S o f t b a l l C O C

^A+Tutor 4 An Club 1. 2. 3
With Love,

3 Chess Club 3, 4 Club Of

Champs 3 FCCLA Treasurer 2

What a blessing and joy you are! Congratula
achievements. We are so proud of you! Good Luck

S n o w, E r i c a

Honor Roll 4 Softball District

Brett,

tions on your many academic, FFA, and football

lege Prep Certificate 4 Softball

4 Science Club 4 S.O.B.E.R.

4 Basketball 1. 2 Football 1

Outstanding Defense Line

1.2, 3. 4 Who's Who 3 Col

riub 1.2. 3, 4 S.O.B.E.R 3, 2, 3, 4 A-f- Tutor 4 Band 1. 2,

to look forward to
L o v e Yo u !

Sperko, Elizabeth Noel
12-25-86 daughter of Rodney

Honor Roll H. 3 C\')llcge
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Jessica Caselman

Chris Noodwang

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favorite childhood
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Left: Valedictorian Courtney Shewmaker plans on going
to SBU to play basketball. She is the daughter of Tom

V. D a v i d U c c e r y. J u c t i n
-;RiddIe. B.J. Poutt. Chric

'-^Noodwang. and Kevin Kline
2. Amanda GillF^am. Qaman-

and Barbara Shewmaker. During her high school career
she has been involved in NI-IS. French club, golf, track.

tha Cobb, and Laura Kurtz 3.

Softball, and basketball. She always tried her best to

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m a i n t a i n h e r G PA .

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^Maynard. Matt Lutrell 5.

Elizabeth AAolnar. Stephanie

"Pichard£on. Michelle Haynec
6. Achley Godwin, Thomac

'0, Trump 7. Tyier Lynch

In order to be one of the

top (0%, in a class of (I 5 to

4 '

tal students, seniors had to
maintain at least a 2.85 or

Left: Giving a wink to the camera.

h i g h e r. T h e 3 . 8 5 d e m o n

>, Johna Gtarkey. Elizabeth Johncon,

strates how academically

-•and Ashley Godwin concentrate
on filling their platec.

competitive these seniors
really are.

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flight: Attacking the buffet line,

f^ick Wendereon. Korey Warren,

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arid Thomae. Trump load up their
platec.

Right; Whitney Paul. Salutatorian. plans on going to college at

A yearly tradition for ceniorc 10 cenior breakfaot. Senior

breakfact w/ac held on Wednecday. May IStfu For ceniorc
thic ic a time enjoy each other'c company ac a group orie

SMS after graduation. She has received many scholarship such
as the Bison Logo. Chamber or Commerce. SMS Leadership, and
the Shewmaker Scholarship. Throughout high school she has been
involved in Stu-co. NJMS. FCA. FBLA, Math Club. Academic Bowl

Team, and volleyball.

lact time before graduation arid reflect ori pact rnernoriec by
watching a elide chow during breakfact.
Senior Brcakfasl

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Thomas Trump, enjoyed

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sion and sizzling

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newest ride

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Silver dollar City for Seniq

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(1) Ashley Mills and Ashlee Cotter
l«v.

TSc wclfCu CHANCE TO MAKE UP FOR OLD TI/VVE

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"THE TEMPATURES WERE FAij

^ perfect day for fun rides Al\j

I ^ CHANCE TO RIDE THE NEW RO]

QtnA?A^u Poweder Keg. It was fast A^
^ERE OTHER RIDES FOR T]
Wn nJipP WHICH INCLUDED; FiRE IN THE HO]
r Tuc^^Tf Tobogan. Lost River, TImerican Shoq
?ryjAT-n col many more. World Fest w
throughout the park which INCLUDu
PARADES, MUSIC,AND FOOD FROM DIFFERENTNATO
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rown (7) Cortney Shewmaker,
Jennifer Turner, Whitney Paul,
Jazmyne Beamer, Kacey Rankin,
Jacob Herzog (front) Zoie LeJune,

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Shawna Horstman, Tasia Hatz ((8)

TVler Lynch and Krissy Sklodowski
(9) Thomas Trump, Sara Stephans,
Zoie LeJune, Paul Besabe, Tasia
Hatz, Brandon Wilson, Forrest

f y

Maynard, Scott Bolin, Justin Everitt,
Matt Dame, Jason Atteberry, Jerenay

Jones, Brett Naylor, Jennifer Turner,,

FROM THE rides THEY RODE, GIANT BAGS OF POPCORN

Chris Mumm (fi*ont) Tara Nelson,

PIG SKINS, AND EVEN GARTERS THAT HAVE SILVER DOLLAR C^'

Jazmyne Beamer, Stephanie Smith, ;
Shawna Horstman, Whitney Paul,

RIBBONS ON THEA/\. 1T WAS A FUN AND MEMORABLE DAY

Amanda GOlham, Johna Starkey

THE CLASS OF 2005. ?|ND IT WAS JUST ANOTHER DAY CLO5,
Senior i rip

Zoie LeJune, Shawna Horstman,

^ler Weeks, Forrest Maynard, Ted

^7

HAD. Some Seniors bought candles, t-shirts, pictuj^J

G R A D U AT I O N .

Besabe, Tasia Hatz, Brandon Wil
son, Scott Bolin, Jazmyne Beamer,
Aaron Roby, Tyler Weeks (front)
Whitney Paul (3) Justin Riddle, Biff
Sperko (4)Boys on the bus (5) Scott
Bolin, Brandon Wilson (6) Bear,

) HE PARK WAS FULLOF LITTLE SHOPS WHERE SENIORS COJjl
BUY SOUVINERES TO REMIND THEM OF THE GOOD TIME T^J

TO

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(2) Craig Bright, Jeremy Jones, Paul

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41

' Senior Whitney Paul was crowned 2004 HoVneconiing Football •

Queen by the»2003 Hoinecoming Queep Linzi Litchfield. • .
m u
KfiW V fi Igr—M
f^^niebomingis oneDfthe

M tpost exciting times during '

was.escorted by Jar^ ^ence. • • •' * . Week ^ designated by *a
specific type qf dress, Mon-'

K Sam'mifr Barclay sets ;•
^ yet another frend

f
ave: V iSJIl day was Inside Out Day." . .
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I ^iHing-Homecoming

[ -Wedk!

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v
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Turtle •

Hendersot^
came .out V
sbell.
*
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Belqw:

.*• Right: Looks'lilje Amanda-

*

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k- trusty light saber^for guidance. • * . • • . / • . * * '

•*

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Above: Senior Candidate Chastidy Hawkins Week. Each day . ^

[ Left: Ro4eo clown *

morning

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out in fed & Seniors.were dreissfed in. black. As schpol dismisses after the pep ^ ,

** assembly, everyone travels to the square to watch t)ie homecoming parade. As* tfee -

on.& display their.school spirit. Then fhUt evenii^ most students-attend fhe lion^
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EZ " J crowned, 'After the crowning the homecoming-garrfe begins and the crQwd.cheers
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Above: Proud to sport the Senior '

escorted by Nick Bailey; ' *

.colors, Seniors Jessie .Guelman, ;
AKel Lehr, and Kati Hildebrandt *

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Chevy,;-du.rin^ tfie'Hornecoin-,
i;ig parade,'the senidr•fpotbaH I

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athelets that partjcipated in the "Men In

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f fl f n i i i

players purrip 'up standers for
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1^ Nicole Ess says

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as .she dresses up

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on Costume Day.

a l l o u t o n t h e i r o u t fi t s

V

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and Lyrfdi duller go
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Ess, l^ssa Atteberry, and Corthey Shewmai^^
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Right: Freshman Krista Galowski was .escqrted by Paul Black. . » s
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Place: KFC/Taco Bell Wage: $5.50 Job

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her very own clothing business.

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Place: Nyberg Pharmacy Wage: $6.75
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to get her liccnse as a registered nurse.

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Place: McDonald's Wage: Hardee's Wage; $5.15
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Sha^Na HorstiviaN
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BeN Potter

BeN Potter. Dusty HeNdersoN. Brad Graevs
ShootiMg For Third

Tyler InyNCh aNd Tyler weeks
T- I N - T

Sara Buhms

The third annual Buffalo High School Variety
There". Also, Brad Graevs, Ben Potter, and Dusty Hen
Show, hosted by Tom Colvin and Geoff Stewa derson aka Shooting For Third performing "My Teen
(as pictured above and right) was again a succ " tieart", and Sara Bums performing "Ignorance Inside

Held on April 8, 2005, in the Shewmaker Cen?'^
ter, the variety show was open to the communit
and students. Many students participated an th"

You" were the final musical acts. Other acts included a

^ance routine by Anna Earls and stand-up comedy by Na

acts included Tyler Weeks and Shawna Horst-

than Matthews. The contestants were judged by a random
Selection of individuals including a local dentist and radio
Personality. The first place prize of gift certificates from

Beauty's Only Skin Deep", Amanda Rumfelt

for Third. The second place prize of two gift certificates

perfoming "Paint Me a Burmingham" Sara Burn

^nd Stylus II for $10 went to Sara Bums and Amamda

crowd enjoyed each and every act. The musical

I

man performing "Whiskey Lullaby", Tyler Weei 'fetal Look Salon for $25, Hip Pocket for $20, O'Bannon
and Tyler Lynch aka T-N-T performing "You're ^ank for $50, and U.S. Bank for $50. went to Shooting

performing "The Way You Do", Shawna Horstn* from Today's Tech for $10 , Nimmo Insurance for $50,
and Amanda Rumfelt performing "You'll be " Humfelt. Finally, third place of one $20 gift certificate
from Electric Beach and McDonald^s went to T-N-T

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Viuicty Show

Va i i e t v S h o w

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fl o o r, J jnreshmen
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ball, Biff Sperko and
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gle to 5rab one for

In the end, every

makei" ^ -^pat the opposi-

team did well and the

want

Qvent was something
that Stu-Co teacher

tion

to

their

strug

team.

Bottom Right: Making
the

call,

coach

Stewart

was a guest referee for

this

event

Below: Meeting the com
petition, the two teams
anxiously wait through
the rules of play be
fore the match begins.

M r, R o t h d i e n e r w o u l d

Qnjoy repeating. "It

Was a lot of fun and
the student body got

15

very involved," Mr.

V/.

team

Later

the
com-

week

re-match

was

uled

the

Horn

sched

Pep

and

vin

and

event

big
able

ternative

spirit

where

Council

to

raise

other

was

money
activities

improve

for

school

Basket

ball Homecoming.

Labour fn;: Pa,,!
Men

The

another

success

Student

Col-

Buckner.
was

and

i

as

Coach

replaced

"It was a decent al"

Men In Tighl^

a

sembly where Coach
Driscoll

for

^srpuff games of ear
lier years."

Horstof

that

for

up

in

round

Rothdiener commented.
pow-

[3-ee-

ended

Coaon ^ initial hit.

Boehring

of
Hen-

Buckner,
ColRoweton
and
Mr.

fi n a l

next nio ^ gnawna Horatmi

eral point spreads.

the

faculty

Right: Fighting for the

f o l l o w s

they looked and beat

to

Sixteen
competed

the

man's

t e c h n i q u e ,

the Faculty proved
better

^

t f about
r e f t : theP game.
racticing

t h e J u n i o r s . H o w e v e r,
be

team

team
composed
coaches
Shoup,

take on the faculty's

to

ging

arranged

Class

chance

their

six-person

teams,

teams battled it out
for

selected

Among all of the

ing practice to hone
skills.

stu

against one anoth
er for a top spot.

came

from every class with
several guys attend-

their

the

to compete for brag

great success. G-reat
participation

host-

tounament

which

own

The

" M e n i n Ti g h t s ' ' g a m e
turned

Stu-Co

school-wide

a

dents

the

season.

coming,

in

played to boost in

home

ad

dodgeball

volleyball game was
volvement

Basketball

111

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v i s i o n

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The Varsity's head coach this

S^^year is Stacy Beckley. This isn't Beck-

'CL^^

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-

VlllHiUt

MHley's first year to coach this group of
nHgirls; she coached in the Junior High at

t

H^nhe starting of their volleyball career.

l[3cJicatioii- "No tiuii-l

UM wlUit ohsticlcs \oii|

DHwith that being said that is why this year

i i i u \ L M K ' o u n i c r. i i N l i > n i

^^|i
s so special to not only the girls but also
B'^'to their coach. Beckley states "I feel

\oii will siti.\L'L\l in {hc|

a^ viui'rc di.'clu MU'itl
ond."

honored to be their last coach in high
school. Each varsity member is special
to me and they made coaching worth my
time and effort, I will truly miss each one
of them."

This year the Junior Varsity has

noski Row 2: Carley Hawkins. J«-

R< lU I: Jcs^u'j I )r\ I't. I ic'lli.' ( i 11 h.in. K! i-.!.! (
ebecca Rumfelt
Nicii Sa\;ii:c, Ka\l.i DiimcK. \k*\i.i
Ri)\v 3: C'liaL-h Siinlli. ('i i;n.l) lk\ kk'v

really came together as a team and are
playing phenomenal ball. "The great
thing about this team is that they expect

H a r d w o r k - " Yo u
have to work had to

get what you wanL
In life you want to
do good and to do
good you have to
work

to win every game. I am excited to see what they'll be able to accom
plish next season." Coach Beckley comments.
With only seven girls on the freshmen team they have come along
way and defeated some talented COC teams. Beckley says, "I believe

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Dcicnninaliini"Jiisi like in lilc.

this year they have learned volleyball doesn't revolve around on single
player but to be successful it truly takes team unity."

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hard.

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to

ovdvotnc.

hilt It' \ oil atv

"Each team we have this year is unique. " says Coach Beckley.
Each one of these girls are special and put a lot of hard work and time

Jctci'ininoil, \ (HI

t.an acL'onipli>ti^
iiin tliiHL' '

to be where they are.

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Row 1; Krisien Blair. Krista Galowski Row 2: Sieplianie Smiili. ClicKey Autry
Row 3: Lacey Davison. Laccy /^Iccljcr. Kayla Daniels. Hecky Frazier. Hmily McCoy
Row 4; C't»acli Smilli. Coacli Becklev

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\oii loain ptvpaivs iis lot

Above: Zoic LcJcunc

hk- It) \ olk'\ hall \ oil

set in the ready posi

ha\ I' lo li;t\ JoJk ,tiK>n

Ikui I.' i:i,'l to tlu' ival

tion.

Becky f^asier
ready lo serve (he win

ning point during the
game against Stockton

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Vo l l e y b a l l

w oi )il \^ I.'') I k'ai ti thai
ilovlu ation IS moK' liian

Hist NonK'tliin^j to v.lo u Hit

Row 1: Emily McCoy, Kristen Blair. Kari Hammer Bacher, Stephanie Smith Row 2: Lucy Owvisi'
Becky Frazier Row 3: Whitney Paul, Zoie LeJeune, Tasia Hatz, Jennifer Turner, Sammie B

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II noL\! ilk' iv^i >'I >nii
1|\ I's to Nik n'lkt

Row 4: Coach Smith, Coach Beckley

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