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 Table of Contents
 Opening
 Seniors
 Underclassmen
 Academics
 Sports
 Clubs
 Student life
 Index
 Ads
 Back Matter
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Title: Yongester
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Language: English
Creator: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publisher: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publication Date: 1993
Copyright Date: 1952
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents 1
        Table of Contents 2
    Opening
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        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Seniors
        Page 8-9
        Page 10
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        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
    Underclassmen
        Page 34-35
        Page 36
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    Academics
        Page 60-61
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    Sports
        Page 88-89
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        Page 125
    Clubs
        Page 126-127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
    Student life
        Page 134-135
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        Page 167
        Page 168-169
    Index
        Page 170
        Page 171
        Page 172
        Page 173
        Page 174
        Page 175
    Ads
        Page 176
        Page 177
        Page 178
        Page 179
        Page 180
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        Page 190
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    Back Matter
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    Back Cover
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    Spine
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and Kia Gardner in Mrs. Whitley's 2nd
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Lifers L-R: Bottom Jamie Franks,
Amanda Joiner, Dinah Davis, Camille
Williams, Julie Johnson, Middle Nikki
Roche, Lisa Crown, Alison Richardson, Kia
Gardner, Felisha Leath. Top James
Davison, Ralph McNish, Joey Canto. Not
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L-R: sitting: Lisa Crown, Dinah Davis;
kneeling: Beth Crocker, Heather .
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Amanda Joiner, Jamie Davison, Kia
Gardner.
It all began in the fall of
S 1980. We entered the class-
room as scared kindergart-
Sners. We learned to let go of
A mom and dad, so we could
go to school to learn new
things, have new ideas, and
A.. make new friends.
From the beginning we
were taught to love one an-
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ers, and we did. We learned
... to look past the outside and
know the person inside.
We've learned much in these
halls. We've learned to
laugh, to cry, to make new
t ;friends, and even what it's
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through it all we've learned
one thing and that's that we
3, :' may all be different, but
,..f a,.& t .': it- t- i.. we're all equal.
Now it's spring of 1993.
We're scared Seniors enter-
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learn one more thing before
we leave, and that's how to
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":. Joey Canto, Ralph McNish,
Alison Richardson, Julie Johnson.







Meredith Dodge, age 7


A Friend

Remembered


is sweet.
is kind.
is happiness.
is laughter.
is giving.
is helping others.


There is part of you in all
of us. In Loving Memory
of Meredith Dodge. We
Love You, the Class of
1993.


Meredith Layne Dodge
October 10, 1975 -
April 4, 1983


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WHEN
Remember when we took the senior class pictures on the football field. We had to be on the field at 12:05 and
Coach Hawkins wouldn't let the softball class out until 12:05, so I hurried to the locker room, changed as fast as
I could, then I ran as fast as I possibly could, and when I got there everyone was clapping for me, apparently because
I was a bit faster than they thought? Roy Whitehurst
Remember when Amanda Joiner was sitting in a 7th grade class with her feet propped up on the table and her
head leaning back on the book shelf behind her, and her chair slipped out, causing her head to bounce down on
every shelf and her butt landing on the floor?
Remember when George Jones and Nikki Roche got into a fight on the bus coming back from Epcot in the 10th
grade?
Remember when Peter Bennet slid under the table playing the eraser game in Mr. Anderson's American History
class?
Remember when Roy Whitehurst rocketed across the football field for the senior pictures?
Remember when Betsy Giesel and Heather Calderwood got in an art war and crayons were flying all over, but
Ms. Springfield never noticed?
Remember when we hung Adam Miller from a tree by his underwear during lunch?
Remember when Alex Gowin sang at high tide for all of us to enjoy?
Remember when we were in first grade and Shawn Jenkins was hanging on the monkey bars, he had on navy blue
sweatpants, they were so loose they slid to his ankles?


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Alison Richardson


Amy Klopfenstein


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Lauren Bishop
Greg Brooker
Stephen Broom
Jessica Bruno

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Dean Chance
S-Melissa Coffey
Scott Crews
John Cromwell

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Patricia Davidson
Tracy Doering
Joe Dornquast
Todd Eberst
Kristen Emmons

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Alexandra Gowan
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Anthony Gratto
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Bjorn Jahansson
Keesha Johnson
Courtnee Jurnigan
Lorraine Johnson
Shanika Johnson
Kingsley King
David Konik
Brian Lancaster
Shad Latson
Rob Lawson
Erika Leone
Javonte Lewis
Tony Littles
Steve Logan
Melissa McCulloch
Danny McDowell
Leah McTigue
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James Nash
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Cheryl Angell
Jason Anthony
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Ajax Atzinger



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Walter Booth
Katie Bordeaux
William Boulware
Kelli Boyd



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Amy Brock
Kevin Bullivant
Clark Burton



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Jeff Carter
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Charles Clemons



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Grant Cooper
Mary Corr
Daniel Cunningham
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April Davison
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William Johnson
Ananda Keator
Demetra Kendall



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Roxanne Khuri
Kelly Kingsley
Jennifer Kratka
Cedar Lane



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Thomas Lepay
Steve Lewis
Claire Lindberg
Darone Litles



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Tyler Ryals
Khalilah Sadler
Kiara Schachter
Scott Schille



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Cendra Simmons
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Johnny Beland
Chris Benn
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Davey Crane
Bevin Cromartie
Curtis Cevauglin

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Martina Emmerson
Meith Goldfaden
Melissa Grettschalch
Catrina Gravine
Matthew Greenstein
Glenn Griggs
Simon Groce
Mary Hammond
Jack Hugus
Bethany Jermann
Vanessa Jewett

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Jake Rucker

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Laire Stacy

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Sara Tillman
Laura Thompson
Mark Vanderhod
Brianne Walker

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Jenny Watts
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Arnold, Emily
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Bettunghaus, Megan
Boothe, Jason



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Brunson, Mariann
Chappell, Sam
Chestnut, Chris
Cilmi, Jody



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Farmer, Joshua
Fisher, Stacy
Fuller, Ben



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Goskalla, Curtis
Greene, Jimmy
Gustafson, Jesse
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Hayden, Ben
Jewett, Eddie
Khan, Ameena



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things they wouldn't nor-
mally do," said Mr. Wentz-
laff. Acting is for many types
of people, the humorous, the
serious, and the ones looking
for a career. Many find act-
ing a lot more fun especially
with Mr. Wentzlaff as their
teacher, he gets to the point
without being boring. "He's
a real fun guy to be with for
an hour each day," said
sophomore Sabrina Grant.
Mr. Wentzlaff is a fantastic

These class members get into the
act.


Freshman Rodrick Avery and sophomore Myria
Walker join hands for a game.


Evan Pauiter speaks to Lisa Horton before class.


teacher. He makes his clas-
ses unique by doing im-
proves, mimes, and taking us
around the school blindfold-
ed. "My students are a great
group to work with, I plan
on taking them to a couple
of plays," said Mr. Wentz-
laff. "He's a real sweet guy
and I love being in his acting
class," said freshman Nicole
Tumbleson. Stated fresh-
man Kelli Boyd, "Not only
is he sweet, he's also ex-
tremely funny." P.K. Yonge
is very lucky to have some-
one like Mr. Wentzlaff as a
teacher. Kelley Riley


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perform in front of the class.



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people do things
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Seniors, Kelsey and Jackie are
hard at work.


When you think of an art
teacher, one name comes to
mind. Mrs. Latson-Skye is a
special Art teacher, always
concerned with her students.
She has been teaching for over
20 years.
Mrs. Latson-Skye does
not expect much from her stu-
dents except one thing, "Be-
lieve in themselves, believe that
they are creative."
When you think of art,
you might think you have to
have talent, but that is not al-
ways true. Mrs. Latson-Skye
thinks that every person is born
with the ability to create art.
So, if you have never taken an
Kevin takes a break from his
sketching.


Seniors, Lisa, April and Jeremy are sketching away in Art
class.
Jason concentrates very hard on his art design.


art class, you should at least
give it a chance and let your
creative side go wild!
Mrs. Springfield also
teaches art. She has been teach-
ing middle school art classes
for many years and more to
come. "I believe that everyone
has an artist within them and
can bring that artist out in
them," she said. Some of her
expectations of her students are
that they need to feel confident
in a creative ability and most
important that they need not to
compare themselves with other
students. Middle school art is a
time to create and have fun
while you can, so maybe one
year you can give it a shot
before it passes you by.



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everyone has an

artist within them

and can bring that

artist out in them."

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on making the clay sculpture perfect.


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performance.
Danika Player and Monica Mimms take time to smile.


Keeping

The

Beat


Darsha Gorman after the Pep
Rally; Above: Drum Major Beth
Crocker and the infamous drum
line.


"Mr. Holt takes
the time to care
about us and our
future." Beth
Crocker.


Sophomore Austin Carr Smiles
before the halftime show.


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classes fun while we're
learning that's what I like
about them," says sopho-
more Sabrina Grant. Eng-
lish is a required class for all
four years of high school. The
four English teachers are
Bob Wentzlaff, Besty Crev-
eling, Leila Lord and Nancy
Mr. Wentzlaff helps his 9th grade
English students Angeline Dawson
and Kardine Hatfield Kranitz.


Dean. Ms. Lord is new this
year to P.K. from Buchholz
High School. In her classes,
the students studied the Sal-
em Witch Trials in the fall,
Native American literature,
and some short stories. The
students are required to do a
book talk every nine weeks,
along with a project. In Ms.
Creveling's classes they study
Mythology, Julius Ceaser,
and vocabulary.



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makes her clas-
ses fun while
we're learning."


Sabrina
Grant


Junior Danny Green reads
comfortably.


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juniors and seniors are
thinking about. What will
they do after high school?
The Executive Internship
program helps decide just
that. It allows students to
actually experience and get
involved with the fields that
interest them. "I already
know that I want to become
an engineer, I just don't know
what kind. This program is
helping me decide." says Roy
Whitehurst a senior who sits
in on an engineering class at
the University.

Amy Klopfenstein works with a
first grader, in order to get hands
on experience with children.


There are four students
involved this semester; Ali-
son Farrow who is interested
in the field of Aerospace,
Amy Klopfenstein who helps
teach the kindergarten and
first graders, Elizabeth Page
who is interested in being a
veterinarian and visits the vet
hospital, and Roy White-
hurst.
The new advisor for this
program Mr. Schwartz
enjoys his role. "I feel this is
a good concept for the stu-
dents. I want to get feedback
so I can help and make sug-
gestions if necessary."

Roy Whitehurst is interested in
the field of engineering.


Elizabeth Page is interested in the field of animals and
wildlife.


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"I would like to get stu-
dents to think of themselves
as winners, "its the P.K.
way," says Mrs. Stepp. Ms.
Lehman and Ms. Stepp both
agree that P.K. has in-
creased their awareness of
diversity.
The students, on the other
hand, feel that foreign lan-
guage isn't what it should be.
The way the classes are
taught takes the fun out of
learning a new language.
Ms. Stepp has a hair raising Co
activity outside with Camille tak
Williams. for


This seems to be the popular
line of the senior class. "You
learn a new language" says
junior Donald Brown, posi-
tively speaking.
"P.K. has shaped me as
far as my attitude about ed-
ucation" Says Ms. Stepp.
"I expect them (students)
to be enthusiastic, ready to
do homework every night,
work hard and ready to suc-
ceed" says Ms. Lehman.

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a picture.


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class.


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Eric Matheny, Tyler Riles and
John Harrison get ready to go
onto the field.


Coach Hawkins teaches his LMS classes.

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Hawkins teaches you about
drug and alcohol abuse, sex
education, economics, CPR,
shopping and cancer and it's
effects. Coach Hawkins be-
lieves that these are "practical
things that you need in your
future." The LMS classes do
two big projects learning how
to manage a household budget
and learning CPR. When asked
if he enjoys teaching LMS,
Coach Hawkins replied, "Yes,
I enjoy it. I learn new things
Melissa Gratto, April Davison and
Tracey Doering wait patiently for
Coach Clifford to give instructions.


every year and enjoy being
around young people."
Another graduation re-
quirement is Personal Fitness.
This class is taught by Coach
John Clifford. It teaches you
about keeping your body
healthy and your cardiovascu-
lar system. During the semes-
ter, they do a project where
they make up their own exer-
cise program. Coach Clifford
says that "At first, the students
don't realize how serious the
class is, but I enjoy teaching
them how to stay fit."




"At first, the
students don't
realize how
serious the class
is, but I enjoy
teaching them
how to stay fit."
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Math is an important sub-
ject for all high school stu-
dents. Every high school stu-
dent must have 3 credits of
math in order to graduate.
A lot of math teachers be-
lieve that it is very important
for the students to know the
math, so that they can just
get by to graduate. Other
teachers feel that the stu-
dents should not just know
the math, but also know how
to work the problems. "I be-
lieve that it is important for
the students to learn the ma-
terial." said Algebra II and
Trigonometry teacher, Mrs.
Javonite Lewis and Erika Thomas
work very hard together on their
Geometry work.


Weber.
Some students believe that
some teachers try to be to
hard. "I don't try to be hard."
said Mrs. Weber. Most
teachers try to make math a
fun subject. Some students
enjoy math because it is
challenging. Not only do the
students enjoy math, but the
teachers enjoy teaching it.
There are a few teachers
that do not like teaching cer-
tain parts of math. Mr.
McCall, a Geometry teach-
er, here at P.K., does not like
to teach fractions.
All teachers were not in-
terested in math, when they
were in high school. Their
favorite class was P.E.


Alison Jackson, Carlata Baskin
and Latrice Strappy get a laugh
while Mr. McCall tries to figure
out what problem they need help
on.


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"I believe that it
is important for
the students to
learn the mate-
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Wow!!! Yearbooks are
great to have especially when
you're a senior. The year-
book staff does a lot of work
to make the yearbooks worth
buying. The adviser, Ms.
Lord said, "I like the year-
book and newspaper staff
because of their creativity,

Ms. Lord learning how to tie her
shoes.


Tracey Doening and Mary Corr working hard to finish
the newspaper layout.
Camille Williams getting assistance from the yearbook
adviser, Ms. Lord.


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and I really enjoy P. K. be-
cause it's different from the
other high schools. It's small,
so you get to know the stu-
dents better." The editor,
Jamie Franks, said, "Year-
book is a time for students
to learn to work together.
Yearbooks are a memory of
the past, which allows you to
look back to the good old
days."
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Julie Johnson and Camille Williams
organizing pictures for the mug sec-
tion.

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ferent from
other high
schools in a lot
of ways."
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Well, how is life in the fast
lane as a Senior? As you
know, all Seniors who are
planning on graduating, have
to take a typing class. Typ-
ing is considered as a essen-
tial class that you need in or-
der to graduate.
In typing class Mrs. Ri-
chardson teaches Tech-
niques of Touch Typing, Ba-
sic Formatting of letters,
Term Papers, etc. For all
Seniors who need a typing

Javier Perez takes his time trying
to correct his assignment before
he turns it in to Mrs. Richardson.


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credit, take the class because
"The class is a very easy, and
very consistent, and also stu-
dents learn that they have so
much to do in order to re-
ceive credit", said Mrs. Ri-
chardson.
Mrs. Richardson teaches
other skills classes. Such as
employability skills (typing
1,2), Office Procedure, and
Practical Business Skills.


As class begins, Mrs. Richardson calls the class roll to
see who is absent or tardy to her class.


Brian Cueney enjoys typing in his class as he is taught
by Mrs. Richardson.


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business about her computers.


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Learning


Ms. Singleton explains the human skull to Austin Carr,
Tiffany Dillow, Kingsley King, and David Konik.



Dr. Bonocarso looks into another world.


-Science teachers Ms. Sin-
gleton and Dr. Becht make
Learning a fun experience.
Ms. Singleton teaches Anat-
omy, Psychology, Environ-
mental Science, and Biolo-
gy. Doing experiments with
Ms. Singleton gives a lecture to
her Biology class.


the students is Ms. Single-
ton's favorite part of teach-
ing. With Dr. Becht teach-
ing chemistry there is never
a dull moment in his classes.
He also enjoys experiments
with his students.
Delores Asbell working hard to
finish her Biology assignment.


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to Remember


Clinton Rally at UF Campus.
Terry Jackson and Steve Lipowski
register kids to vote.


Mr. Anderson, Ms. Lo-
gan, and Dr. Corbett all
agree that this was a great
year to be teaching Social
Studies. They all took ad-
vantage of the election year
and allowed their students to
really get involved.
Mr. Anderson's American
Government class was re-
sponsible for watching and
responding to several presi-
dential debates and pro-
grams. There were also plen-
ty of representatives from the
Bush and Clinton headquar-
ters, that came and talked to
Ms. Logan and Mr. Ander-


son's American Government
classes. Both classes also got
the chance to split up in
groups and present to the
class different issues of to-
day while also giving the
presidents views on them.
Mr. Anderson didn't get too
caught in the campaign, that
he forgot about his annual
family trees, in American
History.
Dr. Corbett's Sociology
class usually opened up with
updates from the election,
and wrote them down in their
daily notes. Dr. Corbett, even
went as far as getting to-
gether a Kids Voting and
registration forum for all
P.K. students, to allow them
to get a feel of how it is to
really vote.


Peter Bennett cast a strong vote for
Perot.


Dr. Corbett, Mr. Anderson, and Ms.
Logan, of the Social Studies
department.


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Administration


Helps Students


Chances are most of us
with our busy schedules have
never stopped to think what
a dedicated administration
we have. We can always
count on having the schedule
we want with the help of Dr.
Thompson. With Ms. Mor-
ris and Ms. Parker telling us
to go to class every morning
promptly at 8:14 we always

Ms. Parker poses for a picture.


arrive to class on time,
right?! We can depend on
Nurse Evelyn Mickle to
numb our bumps and bruis-
es. And with Mr. Copaz and
Dr. Thompson as guidance
counselors our problems can
be put to rest until a new one
arises. What WOULD we do
without our administra-
tion???

Dr. Jenkins smiles for the camera.


Dr. Corbett and Ms. Morris have a chat in front of the
auditorium.


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When you see a blonde
pony tail running by with a
P. K. jersey on you'll know
that it's Heather Knopfle.
Since she was the sole
member of the CC team
this year. Although this
sport has began to deteri-
orate at P.K. Heather
didn't let that stop her. She
trained with her father and
Frank Bonaccarso. "She is
one of the most talented
runners we have ever had.
I'm sure she'll be compet-
ing for the state champi-


onship in the future," said
Bonaccarso.
All the training seemed
to pay off when this eighth
grader became third in the
district race, which quali-
fied her for the state meet.
She then went on to place
thirteenth in the state
championship. She also re-
ceived Gainesville Sun
honors for her accomplish-
ments. Heather Knopfle is
definitely a name that will
be heard in the future.


Above right: Heather Knopfle
shows P. K. Yonge a great big
smile for her achievement.
Heather poses for a picture.
At bottom here's a sign to let eve-
ryone know that Heather Knopfle
is just that good.


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"We had some close
games, but we struggled
with such a young team,"
said Angie Quarles. The J.
V. Volleyball team this year
consisted of middleschool-
ers and two freshmen.
Leading this young team

Top left: J. V. Volleyball team and
Coach Willis smile for the camera
after a game.


Left: J. V. Volleyball team sits
down before a game, while Coach
Willis gives them a lecture.


were Jessica Rhodes, Em-
ily Arnold, and Angie
Quarles.
So although they were
unable to capture a win
they learned alot about
playing the game.


Above: Emily Arnold, Barbara
Reed, and Christy Stalnaker take
a break from the warm-up before
the game.


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Senior Allison Richardson tries her hardest to
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Bula. Absent from the picture: Shenika King.


Varsity Volleyball

The Lady Blue Waves had a big winning season especially over
Newberry, "the game of the year." "It was very exciting beating
Newberry because we haven't had a chance in beating Newberry
in about 3 years," said Senior Julie Johnson.
The Lady Waves had a great team this year, "we had one of
the best teams in the United States. The team was lead by Shenika
King, one of the players who was named All Area, and All Con-
ference," said Volleyball Coach Orr.
There were many other good players besides Shenika King, such
as "Lorraine Johnson who was an excellent setter and good player,"
said Coach Orr.
The Blue Waves Varsity Volleyball Team brings in a winning
tradition and shall carry on the tradition through the years as a
Blue Wave of P.K. Yonge.
By: Kalissa Vinson


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Davidson, Micah Byars, Terry Jackson, Brian Wilkinson, Steve Logan, Leigh Scott, Coach Duigiud, 3rd row
from L to R: Bert Quarles, Anthony Gratto, Steven Rhodes, Brent Calvert, Mike Cruce, Shane Latson, Steve
McLean, Shawn Jenkins, Shad Latson, Darrell Patio, Geoff Wilkes, 2nd row from L to R: Mike Nilon, Paul
Pardue, Austin Carr, Brian Cueny, Chris Youngblood, Steve Lipowski, Alvin McDonald, Donald Brown, Craig
Bost, Jason Outler, Travis McGriff, Ken Willis, 1st row from L to R: Brian Schackow, Todd Eberst, Robert
Baker, D. J. Mitchum, Israel Wilcox, and Brian Nilon.


Varsity


Football

"With all the talent we had I
expected us to go to state," were
words coming from senior Israel
Wilcox of the season. These
thoughts were the expectations
of many of the players who end-
ed the season 6-4.
"We faced one of the toughest
schedules in the state. The four
teams we lost to were all ranked
and went like 9-1," said Coach
John Clifford. Noting some of
the key players, Clifford said:
"Terry Jackson did an excellent
job on both offense and defense,
Robert Baker had a spectacular
end of the year performance, D.
J. Mitchum had a great year of-
fensively, Israel Wilcox had his
usual outstanding year at line-
backer, Mike Cruce and James
Davidson both had a good year
on defense, and Steve Lipowski
was a great team leader."
"I usually judge the character
of a football team by them being
able to come back from behind.
This team was able to do that,"
said Coach Clifford. So al-
though this team didn't fulfill its
hopes of going to state they
played a season to be proud of.
D. J. Mitchum runs the ball as
Terry Jackson blocks for him.


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Boy's Soccer -


What a Challenge!


Jason Canard kickpassing the ball to goaly D.
J. Mitchum.


The boy's soccer team is a chal-
lenge! Their team has come a long
way. They came from not knowing if
they will ever win, to "we can do it
if we try." They are so close. If an-


yone is feeling down, they try lifting
them up. Kathy Hobburn, their coach,
was known for high spirit and always
being there.


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The girls' soccer team is off to a
brand new start with coach Bob So-
low. "You have to move it to improve
it" makes perfect sense. The girls
practice extremely hard, and even-
tually it will pay off. They're having
a good season, and most of all, they're
having fun. "Soccer is a very intense
sport. That's why I love playing it,"
said freshman Darsha Gorman. You
may not realize it but soccer is one
of the toughest sports played. You
have to be somewhat aggressive to be
a great player, but on coach Solow's
team he expects more than just a
player; he wants a good student and
a committed person. "Grades first,
family second, and soccer third," said
coach Solow.


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Lorriane Johnson takes off her wrap before the
game.


Holly Florence is cheering her teammates dur-
ing the game against Sante Fe.
\ Darsha Gorman and Carrie Hoyle are among
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Teamwork ensured


a winning season


The 1992-93 Boys Var-
sity team is once again one
of 2A's best. New head
coach Mike DeLucas has
led the team to a successful
season. This year's team
has accomplished many
things including a cham-
pionship in the Oviedo
Christmas tournament,
which they have not ac-
complished until now. Jay


Outcalt, Terry Jackson and
Micah Byers were named
to the All Tournament
Team and Byars captured
the MVP award. They also
beat last year's State
Champions, Hamilton
County twice.
This year's team has
spent a lot of time together,
they went to two summer
basketball camps and


played in a summer bas-
ketball league. The team
spent a great deal of time
working and preparing giv-
ing 105% at all times on
and off the court. Seniors
Jay Outcalt, Israel Wilcox,
Shawn Jenkins, and Ralph
McNish are the senior
leaders.
Other members of the
team are, Seniors: Eric


Weiss, Javier Perez and
Chris Spikes. Juniors: Brian
Doherty, Micah Byars, Al-
vin McDonald Greg Gold-
faden, Travis McGriff and
Terry Jackson. Sophomore
Robert Baker rounds off a
solid returning team for
next year's season.


Senior Shawn Jenkins goes in for
an easy lay-up.
Junior Ruben Navas takes a swipe:
at the ball.













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Left: Micah Byers reaches for the ball while
Robert Baker looks on. Below: Senior Jay
Outcalt saves the ball in the Buchholz game.
Below left: Coaches give a pre-game pep talk.


Varsity Basketball











Right: Junior Alvin McDonald grabs the rebound. Below: Junior
Brian Doherty in the jamboree.


Above: Senior Israel Wilcox, Juniors Terry
Jackson and Alvin McDonald congratulate
each other.



Varsity Boys Basketball


Right: Senior Ralph McNish looks for
the pass.













Lady Waves


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Young
Talent

Working with a young team this
year the "Lady Waves" went out with
their heads up! "The Chiefland game
was a very good game for us. Al-
though we lost, we kept our heads up
and felt good about ourselves and our
performance. Rachael Hewitt (a new
member of the lady waves) was a
great asset to that game," said senior
forward co-captain Latoya Man-
ning.
"I think that in order to have a
better team we need to get our basic
skills down and work together as a
team," said Captain Shenika King.
After more experience, hard work,
and determination, this young team
will eventually explode and surprise
everyone in the districts. "They have
the talent and the potential!" said
"- -" I team manager Camille Williams.



Top: Freshman Nicole Tumbleson and 7th Above: Senior Latoya Manning shoots for 3.
Grader Jazzlyn Maxwell look for an open shot
in the Dixie Co. game.

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Above: Freshman Nicole Tumble-
son saves the ball.

Right: Freshman Olithia Wingard
looks for the open man.


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Left: Senior LaToya Manning goes on the fast
break.

Below: Freshman Nicole Tumbleson, Angie
Quarles and Angela Harris fight for the re-
bound.







Just Wait'til


Next Year!

With big wins over Santa Fe and
Vanguard, this year's Junior Varsity
basketball team has shown us what's
in store for next year. "They were
more shocked than we were. They had
a big win over us early in the season,"
Coach Clifford said of the SFHS
game. "But with players such as Shad
Latson and Todd Eberst we were able
to pull out the big wins." Shad Latson
was the team's leading scorer. Todd
Eberst led the team in rebounds and
Latson was a close second. Other
players helped to make the team suc-
cessful. Darryl Pattio was this year's
defensive specialist. Newcomer Brian
Schakow helped out as a solid player
on both offense and defense. This
year's JV Squad gave us a preview of
what to look for next year. Jamie
Franks

Brian Schackow looks for a fellow teammate
to pass the ball to.
Johnathan Colon brings the ball back down the
court.






















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J.V. Cheerleader Javonte Lewis shows her spirit
at a basketball game.

Varsity cheerleader Erica Leone does a stunt
for the crowd.

Carlarta Baskin stops for a picture before a
game.


Cheerleaders
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Cheerleaders


The cheerleaders' job is to promote
school spirit and to pep up the crowd.
They start practicing before school
begins and usually go to cheerleading
camp during the summer. At cheer-
leading camp they learn new cheers
and improve their skills. The J.V. and
Varsity cheerleaders both cheer at the
varsity games. During basketball sea-
son they also cheer for the team. Our
cheerleaders differ from other schools


by also cheering for the girls' bas-
ketball team where as other schools
do not. In the fall they go to The
Village, and do cheers and talk to the
residents. Some of them are also
sports models, and they participate in
charity organizations. The cheerlead-
ers also have fund raisers of their own
to get new uniforms, sneakers, and
sweatsuits.


The cheerleaders pep up the crowd at Keystone
Heights.
Dawn Kairilla helps Tiffany Dillow get ready
for the game.


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Denika Player practices her cheers before a
game.

D.J. Mitchum hangs out with the cheerleaders
during a pep rally.

The cheerleaders take a break during Hi-Tide.


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Cheerleaders







PLAY BALL!


This year's Varsity Baseball team
is off to a great start with Coach Bob
Hawkins. This will be his 28th season
coaching the Blue Wave baseball
team. At practices, the team works
on their defensive strategies, pitching
and their batting.
"We should be one of the top teams
in the districts this year" said Junior
Kevin Hall. With Seniors such as .
Steve Lipowski, Ken Willis, James
Davison, and Paul Cleveland the team
is sure to have some great victories.



Chet Moody runs down Jackie Strappy. .
Chet Moody runs down Jackie Strappy. .- _" ",.


Above: Coach Hawk helps the team improve
their game.


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Above: The team stretches out be-
fore practice.


Right: James Davison waits for the
ball to come his way.


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