Homecoming 2018 was capped with tributes to the 1977 Field Hockey and 1998 Girls Soccer teams during special ceremonies held at Tiger Stadium. The 1977 Field Hockey squad played for the state championship finishing with a silver medal. The team posted a record of 16-2-1, 13 of which were shutouts. The 1998 Girls Soccer team posted a record of 24-1 and were District IV champions and state semifinalists.
Pictured to the left are members of the 1977 Field Hockey Team: Front, from left, Beth (Richie) Fegley, Cindy (Doraski) Brassington and Yvonne (LeVan) Rhodes; standing, Linda “Bubba” Miller, Terri Dyer Snyder, Sue Vought “Tuna” Stone, Cheryl (Bucher) Gipple, Jane (Long) Brezinski, Stephanie (Fedder) Trometter, Sue Henry and Tina (Gutekunst) Campbell.
Pictured to the right are members of the 1998 Girls Soccer Team:  Kneeling is Julie (Bednar) Rhodes. Standing, from left, Sarah (Fetterman) Hale, Jennifer Stine, Shawna (Beyer) Lattorre, Jenny Rhodes, Mary Frances (Hynoski) Helwig, Becky Stametz, Erin (Snyder) Spotts, Amber (Fullmer) Rexwinkle and Rosie Fullmer, wife of late, beloved coach, Frank Fullmer.

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