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Junior Achievement, V. Jennifer B raine,. We showed great sp irit by winning the spirit stick at pep r al lies and by on ly losing to the sen iors in Spirit Week Competition by a mere seven points.
T he t a lent show was once again the primary source of in come. G r aduation , co llege, and jobs gav e this year's junior c lass much to look f orward to in 1 Junior Claae Officers, front roW":.
Jennifer B ra ine, T an y a Lee. Second row : Mi ri a m H ir sch,. Gee Doug, we don't see anything. The r ings arri v ed on time and the students flocked to get theirs.
O nce the ring was on the finger, there was time for the ring turning. If you have your ring turned 85 times it will bring good luck.
T he 85th person gets a kiss from y ou. Students had a v ariety of styles to choose from. A ll of the b irth stones and a few others were a v ailab le.
For the actual ring, you could chose go ld or sev eral alloys. The guys with girlfriends also gave their ring to their girl.
T he only problem was when the relationsh ip was o v er, how did the guy politely ask for it back?
An eager student carefully selects his class ring while Mr. Sandell looks on, ready to give advice. John Harris displays his new class ring for the camera.
There w ere booklets o n speci fic colleges and books that listed almost all of the colleges and of course there was the v alued computer where students could find out just about any J o hn Rose works d il ige ntly in c lass.
A rthur B rown and his lit tl e brother s troll acro ss the breezewa y. Junior class congregates in th e cafeteria duri n g Spir it Week.
A hug from A n d y Henderson brightens Hilary Scherer's day. For a long time, only 1 8 credits were needed for graduation. T he changes were in math and science, where 2 credits were needed in each.
T hen the student could pick another credit in either of these two areas. In this department the student could either have three years of one language or two years of two languages.
Only four e lectives. It would definately prepare the individua l for college. Jul ie Burbach h elps Casey Boy d with a difficu lt concept in Mrs.
Berge's history class. A pretty sm ile from N icole Pharr brig hte ns th e photographer's day. A n E cology class li s t e ns attentively as Mrs.
O ti s lectures. You forgot to set your alarm again. Grandma Roberts takes on the. Junior class. Yvonne Gorman decides if she 's going to sleep in class.
Wondering and worry ing which teachers they wou ld get k ept many students up late at night. They becarne aware of the fact that schoo l was no longer a horrible ordea l, but rea lized the need for good grades and dev e lopment of classroom personali ties.
New c lasses were required of Sophomores. Dri v ers' Ed. The end of high school becarne more of a r eality and students started to p lan for college and f or the rest of the ir lives.
With one y ear be hind them, the sophomores were glad not to be the low man on the totem pole and to have someone to look up to them.
This test provi ded an objective vi ew of your education a l strengths a nd wea knes ses. T he PSA T,. Math invol ved the ability to solve problems involving arithmetic, algebra ,.
David Way concentrates on his assignment. Stephanie Patton enjoys the challenges of being a library a ide and the opportunity to learn how a li b rary operates.
Em ily Gray. Susan Tharp attempts to stay on the road as she driv es car number 7 around the driv ing range and takes d irections from an invis ible instructor in a far off tower.
Th e photographer is obviously more interesting to Kerry Hall. Marsha Lambert and. Jimmy Lowery than the ir biology lesson.
A sophomore class listens ss its teacher exp lains some basic rules. Bohannon demonstrates bas ic tenn is form ss h e r class w atches.
James M cNew and. Jimmy Lowry find. Jenni Schm idt more interesting than thei r classwork.
F ifteen minutes o f the morn ing w as giv en to students for SAP period. A ll k inds of good ies were a v a ilable f or those wh o hungry.
T he breezeway was perhaps t he nicest place for student s t o just s it and gossip. E v ery. David L enn shows off h is artis tic tee-shirt.
Valanta T homas helps a ell ow student w1th a computer ass ignment. Ca rlto n L uck g ives a big smile for th e camera whil e S h e rri G ibbs tak es time to look over a good m agaz ine.
Walkman was the best invention since the T. T he teachers, however, felt the Walkman should be banned from school. Hurt had a good compro mise.
T he Wa lkman could be used in the ha lls and cafete ria,. T he problems w ere solve d, and the Walkman, after some fighting b y the students , still lived a t AHS.
S ophomores listen attentatively during a m eeting of th e FCA in the auditorium. FCA pro vides students opportunitie s to go on retreats and attend huddles w ith students who have simi lar inte r ests.
A n e cklac e display lures th e attention of Ga1l W ilson. Sophomo res. A necklace display lu r es the actention of Gail Wilson. They rea lized t hat the n ext fou r y ears wou ld g r eatly influence the rest of the ir lives.
Many became invo lved w ith sc h ool acti v ities such as SCA , sport s, and the many c lubs here at A.
Most of the freshmen felt this way. They were glad to hav e finall y made the move from middle to high school. Second row: Secre tary R osemary B eard.
T r e asurer Paige A n d erson. Third row: C ourtney M c D anie l. Katie Kelly wa its patiently as Maggie W ingate stands in line for a drink at the powder puff footbal l game.
Lora Younker takes ad v antage of the quiet atmosphere in the library to do some extra studying. L ynn Hav erkamp , c arryi ng suppl ies to a c lass.
Jessica F omalont. Luncheon activiti es include signing up for clubs, buying flowers for your sweetheart, voting for officers, and throwing butter up so it sticks on the ceiling.
O f course food is sold in the cafeteria during S A P , so if you need a quick sugar fix , head on over. Watch out though , someone in authority might come up to you and say, "I'm sorry, you'll hav e to ta k e that back t o the cafeteria to e a t it.
M ichelle B rown takes time to socialize in the cafeteria during SAP. Rashe l Hammond enjo ys eating an ice-cream bar wh ile Tammi Chisholm settles for an orange juice.
T ina Damikol as g ives a guilty smile to the camera when caught in the act of writing on the floor.
Some became the star play ers on the ir teams and look ed good as pros pects for v arsity teams.
Does playing a varsity sport require skill and physical shape? According to many of the schoo l's coaches a nd top ath letes,.
Tlature students. They played footbal l, handba ll , and basketba ll. The classroo! Tl part of the class required the students to do!
Tlore studying a nd participating. T h e y had several weeks of sex education and then nine weeks of health and survival education. The teachers!
Tlade the classes ITlOre fun while the students learned life saving infor! T his year was no different f or entering freshrTlen, and they looked forward,.
Practicing skills is an important part of participation in gym class. Students in Ms. O yer's World H istory class take notes during a lecture.
B oy, doesn't this look like an inte resting class! The team worked hard to improve each week. At the end of the 1 3-week season, the fighting Pa triots played their hearts out against the B lack Knights, on ly to lose in the final minutes of that long, cold game.
Clyde Hoy coached the defens ive line into hard hitters. Dick Lage was in charge of the linebackers and defensive ends. The offense had a new face on its side, Gary S hepard.
Coach Shepard worked with wide receivers, running backs,. Head Coach B rian Gra iner controlled the offensive linemen for another season.
He drilled them in quick feet and in the six inch punch as well as in keeping their heads up. Co -captains. S teve Ivory kept a close eye on the team.
Both will be missed next year as will other hard-working seniors. He had been coaching at AHS for 7 years and had become.
P layers had mixed emotions about his resignati o n. If you were to ask them about him, they would say, "He cared about his players both on and off of the field.
In spite of the August heat, young ath letes will always be out there working hard and pushing their bodies to the limit in hopes of having a winning season.
With tremendous talent and a lot of effort from the younger players, the AH S team should be a competitive and strong-wi lled team for the 1 9B4 Western D istrict season.
The Patriots ' defense waits f or th e chance to crush Cu lpeper's offense. Coach Grainer fires up h is team before the game.
Edd ie Barrett and Mark B o len put a hurting on Culpeper. La rry Henderson darts around the e nd f or a big gain agai n st CHS.
M ike D unn follows blocks by Walter Sm ith whil e tryin g to gain the needed yardag e. Co -capt a ins a nd sen iors , Henry Wingate and Stev e Ivory call the toss before th e game.
Football Managers. Second row: M ike Sheffield, Mr. Johnson, William. Johnson comes to aid his fellow teammate stop the STAB ball carrier.
Arthur Brown takes a needed break from the long, hard game. Oanvtlle Heritage Haltfax E. Glass Charlottesvt lle Recor d - D-1 D.
Henry Wing ate , Scott L awrence. Shannon S m1th. Jack Gardner, T tger May. M tke Ingalls.
Ryan B rown. Ke lvin Ra gland. P aul Clarke, Oavtd Wtlliams. Roger Sa nks. Owane S iler. Greg O 'S rten, Chtp Gerb ert.
C hris Smtth. Scott Willoughby. Stev e Ivory. R ichard L age. John R ose, T im Werres. Rees Fre scoln. R ic Westervelt.
John Harris. Mik e D unn. Kelvtn Carter. M ark R oberts. S illy Morrow. Arthur B rown, Tommy Oliver,. Joel Weaver.
Walter S mith. Tony Good, C larence. Johnson , Mark M yrick. H ugh M artin. Kelly Ma son. Chris Cavanaugh, T ig er May.
Tony Po indexter. T ony Mille r , O wane Stier. David Sattra, Tod d Stackhouse. Chad Londree. Bobb y Rimmer. Scott P orter, Allen Insets.
Davtd Shifflett. Carl Hester. Roger S anks. T odd Yonker. John Harris, L owell Davis. K-etth Fletcher. R ic Westerve lt.
Back row: L ance Winston. M ike Ward, Lee Higginbotham. Frankie Yates. Rod ney Ta te. Lonn ie Rush. Rees Frescoln. David Quarles. Frank Turner.
James Proffitt. Mark Rush, Chrts Gardner. George Walker, Ron Sheffey,. Steve Witcher, Kenneth Zauner. M ike Morris. Chris McCoy.
Kevin B reeden. R obert S teelman. Jimmy Pende r. Joe B easley. Kevin Gordon, Chip Wood. Lacy B rooks. E ddie B inion. Charlie Saf ely, C.
Jody D owell. R ichard Charron. Surakit Malaruana , D arnell T aylor. M arvin Kerl, Mike. Chris Duprey. Scott Matacia.
Greg Holsapple. John Sisson, Willtam H uff. Greg Scharer. Hal Burton. Unfortunately , the team was defeated by North Stafford. S ix players were selected for the Al l- Area Team.
Bruna , Ra leigh Minor, Andrea. Jones, and Karen Lauffenburger with an honorable Mention. Team captains Pat Cra v er and Helen Crutchfield helped lead the varsity team in its outstand ing season.
Junior Varsity team showed an e x cept ional season with a record of 9 1 Dawn Lee and C laire Weav er had only two goals scored on them all season.
C laire was named MVP. She and Sherri. Miriam H irsch, Coach Dotty B ohannon. Sherrie La wrence waits for the signal to begin th e game.
Mary Lyng gets ready for th e kill. Kell y May s uses all of her might to h1t th e ball. M iriam H irsch, the lady in the iron mask, scares the oppone nts away.
Dawn L ee can't catch her opponent. JV P atriots have a good time during the game. Patriots scramble for the ball. Judith B arnett.
Both the boys' and the girls' teams were relatively y oung due to a large number of underclassmen. The girls' team did well, coming in second at the L ynch bu rg Invitationa l.
Pam Anderson was the captain of the team. There were many individuals who did well this season. Many members were named to A ll- District.
He also placed seventh in the state meet. Johannesen; and Most Improved,. Jennifer Lear. Leaving the team are seniors Pam Anderson , Heidi..
Jeff Guerra nt pushes to finish the race. Rebecca Rosenblu m emerges from the woods. Che t Naylor pulls a h ead of an opponent.
B rian Westrater leads the pack. Peter Sa lte rs receives his place s tick after a tiring race. Pa m Anderson gains on a rivaL B.
B rian Westrater, Hugo R ocha,. John Sha rretts. Second row: And y Cro w der,. Je ff Guerrant, Alle n Hershey ,.
John Kos t. Back row: Coach D an Monahan. Pet er Salt ers. Robert B ayston. Raymond M c Lees. Matt Short. Greg D'Atre. Chris Coster. Jackie Tucker.
Rebecc a Rosenblum. Pa m Anderson. Johannesen, Alyssa Uecker. Jackie Carlton, Nancy Porritt,. Clea Dezio. B rian Westrater exp eriences the thrill of victory and the agony of "de feet.
B rian Westrater is r e warded for his well run race. Jackie Tucker,. Jennifer Lea r and Clea. Seniors Pai ge P ippi n and.
Jackie Wanebo were the co-aptains and kept the team together. Having the same record as Heritage, the Patriots had a playoff at the end of the season for the district tit le.
P laying at Amherst, the Patriots lost , but they showed great spo rts manship. Sti ll p la ying as an unofficia l sport, the. JV team was coached by Ca rol Vidrine-Wright.
JV team learned many fundamental skil ls which will help in future seasons. Neilson is pleased. Pa1ge P ippin watches as K im E v ans recovers with a bump.
Pa ig e P ippin makes a save. Kim E vans spikes as the te am looks on. Pamela D ix. Standing: Coach B onnie N ielson. S t ephan ie Morse, Page Newman,.
S ina B hatt. Jill Anthon y,. Jackie Wanebo serves the ball. K 1m E vans spikes in the warm-ups. K1m E v ans makes a routine bump.
Vickie Kost concentrates on her serve. Kim E vans bumps the ball to the setter. L ynn Morris easily bumps the ball.
The team relaxes between games. Lad y Patriots watch their teammate set the ball. Pam Dix saves a point by bump ing the ball.
The team finished third in the district with outstanding performances from Lance Reyno lds and Matt Wade. Both qual ified for Regiona ls,.
Jessie O'Qui nn, Pau l Reynolds,. S hriner, and Kathy Ward. The horne course for the team was Keswick Country Club. The members thought the switch from fal l to spring was v ery beneficial.
They used their summer practice time to better their play in the fa ll. Golf team. Jess ie O 'Qu inn.
La nce Reyn olds, Kathy Ward. Lance Reynolds takes a practic e swing on the t ee. Will B rad B ooker make a huge d ivot?
L ooks as if he will! Jessie O 'Quinn concentrates on the pressure putt. Knight, a jun ior, and Missy Maey a ns, a senior, p layed an outstanding season as the number one doubles team.
These two a lso serv ed as captains of the team, provi ding exemplary showmanship and sp irit. The 1 8 83 -8 4 girls' team had many fine p la y ers who will carry on the winning.
M issy Maeyans shows off her awesome style. M iche lle B ouchard serv s up another. M issy Maeyans concentrates hard on a sl ice forehan d shot.
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