|Renee Green, center, was crowned Homecoming Queen|
amid a loss to the green-team of PHS
|The 1988 Winter Ball, "Once in a Blue Moon" was held at the |
AV Fairgrounds, for what may be the first time.
Jeff Putnam and Shannon Dailey were King and Queen.
|Prom King Cameron Crenshaw and|
Prom Queen Cherise Grado
STUDENT LIFEThe Drama Department, still led by Mrs. Mouring, performed Morland Cary's "Because Their Hearts Were Pure" for the fall play.
|Drama's Hearts Were Pure|
The yearbook mentions "new district restrictions" for the 8th annual Lip Sync (most likely minimum g.p.a. requirements). Ten acts performed this year and the "routines proved to be even more intricate and involved than in past years." And the finalists were: 3rd place-Too Sweet, 2nd place-Taylor Dane, 1st place-Pink Floyd.
The class of 1988 boasted six valedictorians.
Seniors win Powder Puff with a 6-0 shut out.
|QHHS Lip Sync top 3 bands, 1988.|
|Head of the Class. 1988 QHHS Valedictorians|
The girls tennis team had a new coach this year in Mr. Bill Lenaway. And the girls basketball team welcomed a new coach in long-time QHHS teacher Mr. Coy Ray, along with Mr. Lenaway.
|Girls Basketball, with Coaches Lenaway, left, and Ray, right.|
The boys basketball team won their first-ever Golden League chamionship with an 8-2 league record, including three key wins against crosstown rival AVHS.
Wrestling again claimed the Golden League championship and "qualified an unprecedented 11 wrestlers for CIF competition."
|First-time Golden League champions. The 1988 Boys Basketball Team, coached by Don Moore|
|Golden League Champs: QHHS Wrestling|
with Coach Gillins, left, and King, right.
|Class of 1988 Senior Class Treasurer, Amy Evans,|
eventually returned to QHHS as a teacher in the
Special Education Department.