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Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.I Goshen High School [ Goshen, In 46526 It's Simply A Matter Of Taste (A) Just a little frehman fun are Tara Weaver, Maria Knox, Michelle Prescott, Kelli Igney, Melissa Jaronnik, Lisa Herring, and Susan Straw. (C) Brian Freeland, Jennifer Russel, Andy Garboden, Faith Ratcliff. Kenawell, Huber, Eric Solyom and Jon Payne took second in the 3200 relay. Prom was Saturday, May 16th, with pictures at and dancing at until midnight. Along with the Orchestra and Advanced Choir, The Crim- sonaires traveled to New York City to participate in the Maestro Music Festival where they received a Gold/Super- ior rating. June brought the largest performance of the year and the graduation of 14 members; the Crimsonaire Spec- tacular celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Crimson- o* 6 03 4 he\d in Indianapo Us.

The orchestra previously in the year had received a respectable 6th place ^the state competition.

3rd Row: Lisa Webster, Jeremy Garber, Heidi Mueller, Jason Zentz, Angele Ber- nier, Jeremy Brunk, Cami Angle- myer, and John Herbon. Extra Red Adam Fergison showing his cotton candy making ability. The season began with the Fall Fantasia featuring the Crimson Choir, the Advanced, and Women's Choir.

Mark Miller, Jason Zentz, Julie Goss, An- gele Bernier, and John Herbon. Academics 39 Academics Todd Beiler, Jeremy Brunk, Ben Yost, and Phil Smucker, performing their "'pep" mu- sic at a Basketball game. The only choir not performing was the always fabulous Crimsonaires who ended their celebrated season with the Spring Spectacular.

Also, the Concert Band received a 1st divreiaifcrating.

And our basketball fans won"t let us forget the Pep Ban E) asketball The 1991-92 boys' varsity bas- ketball team cap- tured the title at the inaugural IHSAA Go- shen Boys' Basketball Sectional with a 61-37 vic- tory over the Northridge Raiders — their first section- al championship in 23 years.

(B) Having some Halloween fun are Kristi Peterson, Kariann Konopinski, and Cari Malcom. Jim Robey, Panyako, Betts and Hartsough fin- ******

The orchestra previously in the year had received a respectable 6th place ^the state competition. 3rd Row: Lisa Webster, Jeremy Garber, Heidi Mueller, Jason Zentz, Angele Ber- nier, Jeremy Brunk, Cami Angle- myer, and John Herbon. Extra Red Adam Fergison showing his cotton candy making ability. The season began with the Fall Fantasia featuring the Crimson Choir, the Advanced, and Women's Choir. Mark Miller, Jason Zentz, Julie Goss, An- gele Bernier, and John Herbon. Academics 39 Academics Todd Beiler, Jeremy Brunk, Ben Yost, and Phil Smucker, performing their "'pep" mu- sic at a Basketball game. The only choir not performing was the always fabulous Crimsonaires who ended their celebrated season with the Spring Spectacular. Also, the Concert Band received a 1st divreiaifcrating. And our basketball fans won"t let us forget the Pep Ban E) asketball The 1991-92 boys' varsity bas- ketball team cap- tured the title at the inaugural IHSAA Go- shen Boys' Basketball Sectional with a 61-37 vic- tory over the Northridge Raiders — their first section- al championship in 23 years. (B) Having some Halloween fun are Kristi Peterson, Kariann Konopinski, and Cari Malcom. Jim Robey, Panyako, Betts and Hartsough fin- ****** [[

The orchestra previously in the year had received a respectable 6th place ^the state competition.

3rd Row: Lisa Webster, Jeremy Garber, Heidi Mueller, Jason Zentz, Angele Ber- nier, Jeremy Brunk, Cami Angle- myer, and John Herbon. Extra Red Adam Fergison showing his cotton candy making ability. The season began with the Fall Fantasia featuring the Crimson Choir, the Advanced, and Women's Choir.

Mark Miller, Jason Zentz, Julie Goss, An- gele Bernier, and John Herbon. Academics 39 Academics Todd Beiler, Jeremy Brunk, Ben Yost, and Phil Smucker, performing their "'pep" mu- sic at a Basketball game. The only choir not performing was the always fabulous Crimsonaires who ended their celebrated season with the Spring Spectacular.

Also, the Concert Band received a 1st divreiaifcrating.

And our basketball fans won"t let us forget the Pep Ban E) asketball The 1991-92 boys' varsity bas- ketball team cap- tured the title at the inaugural IHSAA Go- shen Boys' Basketball Sectional with a 61-37 vic- tory over the Northridge Raiders — their first section- al championship in 23 years.

(B) Having some Halloween fun are Kristi Peterson, Kariann Konopinski, and Cari Malcom. Jim Robey, Panyako, Betts and Hartsough fin- ****** \0 Re lays Glenn Stutsman, Joe Kenawell, Greig Huber, and Graham Clark. The gym, which did not even resemble the gym, was decorated elaborately with gold, burgundy and dark green colors.

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The orchestra previously in the year had received a respectable 6th place ^the state competition. 3rd Row: Lisa Webster, Jeremy Garber, Heidi Mueller, Jason Zentz, Angele Ber- nier, Jeremy Brunk, Cami Angle- myer, and John Herbon. Extra Red Adam Fergison showing his cotton candy making ability. The season began with the Fall Fantasia featuring the Crimson Choir, the Advanced, and Women's Choir. Mark Miller, Jason Zentz, Julie Goss, An- gele Bernier, and John Herbon. Academics 39 Academics Todd Beiler, Jeremy Brunk, Ben Yost, and Phil Smucker, performing their "'pep" mu- sic at a Basketball game. The only choir not performing was the always fabulous Crimsonaires who ended their celebrated season with the Spring Spectacular. Also, the Concert Band received a 1st divreiaifcrating. And our basketball fans won"t let us forget the Pep Ban E) asketball The 1991-92 boys' varsity bas- ketball team cap- tured the title at the inaugural IHSAA Go- shen Boys' Basketball Sectional with a 61-37 vic- tory over the Northridge Raiders — their first section- al championship in 23 years. (B) Having some Halloween fun are Kristi Peterson, Kariann Konopinski, and Cari Malcom. Jim Robey, Panyako, Betts and Hartsough fin- ****** \0 Re lays Glenn Stutsman, Joe Kenawell, Greig Huber, and Graham Clark. The gym, which did not even resemble the gym, was decorated elaborately with gold, burgundy and dark green colors.

]] Re lays Glenn Stutsman, Joe Kenawell, Greig Huber, and Graham Clark. The gym, which did not even resemble the gym, was decorated elaborately with gold, burgundy and dark green colors.

Re lays Glenn Stutsman, Joe Kenawell, Greig Huber, and Graham Clark. The gym, which did not even resemble the gym, was decorated elaborately with gold, burgundy and dark green colors.

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