Thursday, August 28, 2014

1971-1972: THREE Hall of Fame recipients, Snow & Ms. Leslie! (updated)


This year's yearbook (editor-in-chief Lori Moser) included a fun panoramic picture in front of each of the main sections highlighting the diversity of activities, athletics, faculty and students. 

Noteworthy accomplishments mentioned for our Rebel sports teams this year include:

Cross Country
2nd consecutive Golden League Champion title.
CIF 2nd place finish

2nd place in Golden League
First time CIF appearance

Shared Golden League Championship with two other schools. Ended season 17-1 and 44-4 over the past three seasons. They appeared at CIF for the past three years; sent three wrestlers to CIF finals this year. They placed first in Golden League Tournament and qualified nine for CIF. Four took first place and five placed second in the tournament. 

Last season, the track team won their first Golden League title with a record of 7-0.

This season was described as a "rebuilding year" ending up 4th place in Golden League.

Three 2014 Hall of Fame inductees make significant appearances in this year's book: students Tom Facey, John "Sherman" Butler & staff member Mrs. Joy Morgan.

During Tom Facey's senior year, he was awarded the Golden League Defensive Player of the Year for football and served as the Senior Class President, among a long list of activities he was involved with throughout his years at QHHS. Tom is being recognized for his success in politics as a member of the QHHS Hall of Fame. 

John "Sherman" Butler was the Senate President, Key Club member and one of the top Varsity basketball players in the forward position during his senior year. John is being recognized as part of the Hall of Fame for his contributions to Community Service.

Mrs. Joy Morgan joined the QHHS staff as a member of the special education department. Over the years, Joy, along with her husband Jay, would prove to be the Ultimate Rebel Fans attending more sporting events than anyone else. In the big gym, you can find signs in their honor hanging near the scoreboard. And today, you will still see Joy attending nearly every game played at QHHS. 

The 2014 public Hall of Fame ceremony will be held on Friday, October 10, 2014, 6:15 p.m. at Nicholson Field prior to the QHHS vs. HHS Football game. 

QHHS Queens (clockwise from top left): Kathy Logue, Homecoming '71;
Mary Stark, Christmas Ball '71; Karen Witte & Doug Rea, Daisy Mae & Lil' Abner-
Sadie Hawkins; Syd Stephens, Prom '72; Debbie Jordan, Winter Sports '71
Current QHHS teacher Ms. Cindy Leslie's
Class of 1972 Senior Photo

Football Run-Through shows we played cross-town rival
AVHS for the 1971 Homecoming Game hoping to
"Brand the Antelopes!" They beat us 23-7.

In the past, it was common to see the QHHS mascot
ride across the football field on horseback waving a flag.

A hypnotist event taking place in the big gym this year.
Let it Snow! QHHS received a nice covering of snow this year.
And the students & teachers apparently did not receive a snow day.
School was open for business.
Original QHHS Principal Mr. Barnes was
promoted this year to AVJUHSD Superintendent

View of sign hanging on the wall of the Big Gym

Aerial view of the campus and surrounding land.
Mr. Fuller's message, now in his fourth year as Principal at QHHS

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