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Moments and Memories of WHS




Senior band members

Mark Baker, Robert Bird, Elizabeth Casolari, Jeanne Caudill, Cecelia Collins, Mary Crawford, Ransom Holbrook, Gina Howard, Sabrina Melton, Daveena Sexton, Gary Sturgill, Phillip Waller. Senior Field Director: Cecelia Collins. Senior Majorettes: Liz Casolari, Jeanne Caudill.

Senior football players

Ricky Bates, Jeff Cook, Spencer Fields, Johnny Isom, Nicky Mason, Steve Meade, Eddie Morgan, Tim Wright, Roger Yonts.

Senior basketball players

Steve Meade, Eddie Morgan.

Senior girls’ basketball players

Pam Bentley, Debbie Hammock, Viva Hollan, Camie Polly.

Senior baseball players

Daniel Bates, Steve Meade, Eddie Morgan.

Senior cheerleaders

Monieca Adams, Debbie Hammock, Kathy Shackleford.

Senior annual staff members

Tena Adams, Sherie Breeding, Tammie Wright Isom.

Senior Black Kat staff:

Jaye Blair, Linda Burton, Pamela Holbrook, Danny Johnson, Mariotti Morgan, Davenna Sexton.

Senior class officers

Tony Jones, Avery Adams, Monieca Adams, Tena Adams.

Senior girls’ track

Sandra Combs, Mary Crawford, Debbie Hammock, Tammie Kincer.

Senior boys’ track

William Caudill, Timmy Halcomb, Nick Mason, Jim Bert Webb, Roger Yonts.

Principal’s message

The essence of cooperation has been the force that has held us together this year in overcoming the many odds against us. We have weathered the worst winter in many years when our school has been closed for weeks at a time.

In the real of student activity our sporting events have included an exceptional football team that has won both the district and regional tournaments, and improved girls’ and boys’ basketball teams. Our cheerleaders and band were outstanding with the cheerleaders winning the 14th Regional championship and the band boasting three All-State members. The vocational school provided an excellent curriculum and DECA again won many awards.

Administration, staff, faculty and parents were vitally aware of the needs of the students and that education must prepare a young person for a worthwhile career and a firm basis to meet the higher challenges of life.

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