Hello old friends and former classmates!

I’m rebuilding this site.

Here are some Kindergarten pictures. I hope they make you smile. They were only taken 46 years ago!

I hope you are OK and staying safe.

Virtual hugs.


Bountiful @ Davis Football 1985-09-27

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Soccer East @ Davis 1986

Here are the highlights of the East vs. Davis soccer game in the Spring of 1986.

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For Every Bit of It – 1985 DBook

Chris Card takes a well-deserved break.
An intense spectator, Becky Morgan, watches in the stands.
Early morning practices for band seem to get on Sean Young’s nerves.
Rody Meacham psyches himself up before a game.
Parade excitement affects Pam Woolley, Amy Graham, and Collette Stonebraker on the 4th of July.
Pro-Schola presents a skit at the Hello Assembly.

Attention all Davis High School students! For all of those people who ever performed on an instrument, participated in a sport, wrote an article, drew art, organized an event, played a part in a production, or cheered at a game, this book was dedicated to you.

Every once in a while there appeared students who wondered if their worth was significant. If they were not in the spotlight, they were not sure that they were important.

However, if a contribution in form was made that bettered the school and student body, it was valuable.

84-85 was a successful year in many ways. The abundant wine, trophies, and merits were very enjoyable. Yet, the near finishes, close defeats, and even total losses were also credited. It was through these experiences that wisdom and understanding were gained.

If you were one of those people involved in school and with friends, and feel it was wroth every effort, hats are off to you.

David Long (copy) & Robin Maryon (layout)

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Soccer Bountiful @ Davis 1986

Here are the highlights of the Bountiful @ Davis soccer game played in the Spring of 1986.


8th Grade Choir

Kaysville Junior High 8th Grade Choir 1982 – Mr. Allred

Football – 1985 DBook

Season Smash

The 85′ football team made their varsity year one of the best ever seen at Davis. With only two losses, their first Freshman game and their last Senior game, it was an outstanding record that outshined most all other schools in the state. The team worked from the start of the summer, with aerobics and weights, until the end of fall with practices almost every day of the week. It was the most supported sport at the school, always with more fans on Davis’ side than on the other team’s, even if it was an away game. They deserved this highlight and much more for all that they accomplished during the season.

Mike Anderson, Steve Baldwin, Mike Bischoff, Eric Booth, Troy Butterfield, Mike Cady
Chris Card, Vaughn Casdorph, Brent Clark, Roger Clawson, Aaron Frampton, Darren Frandsen

We learned to deal with the ups and downs with class.

Roger Clawson
Ted Collins, Randy Estheimer, Preston Farnsworth, Mike Flood, Jubal Frost, Mark Gunty
Blake Hart, Carter hatch, Roger Horne, Trevor Hoskins, Keith Hunsaker, Kevin Hutchins
Matt Jacobsen, Brian Jeffers, David Kinard, Kyle Knowles, Shane Lee, Casey Lloyd
Todd Marriot, John McCleary, Brett McInelly, Rody Meacham, Jeff Morgan, Kurt Mounteer
Greg Norton, Rob Olsen, Trevor Page, David Peterson, Marc Petty, Buba Richison
Kelly Ryujin, Clay Singley, Todd Snarr, Gordon Streiff, Eric Thompson, Mike Trema
Scott Ward, Kevin Wareham, Greg Willard, Coach Bitner, Coach Cullimore, Head Coach Dickson
Coach Gardner, Sean Elwell, Steve Hall, Mike Gardner
Kurt Mounteer running a Double Wing Offense play.

Malinda Major (copy) Robin Maryon (layout)

Darren Frandsen marches on the football field.

There is a part of this school that just won’t die. Some call it coincidence, some an abundance, fo luck , but Davis High calls it tradition. Junior and Sophomore football kept it going.

We learned to be together as a team.

Matt Jacobsen

The J.V. football team remained undefeated this year. The main purpose of J.V. football was to get ready for Varsity, although some of the J.V. players had the chance to play in varsity action.

The Sophomore football team also did a great job this year. Coach To Thompson’s goal was “to win each game one at a time.” They won each game by a wide margin, but they suffered a loss to Highland at the last game. The players spent hours upon hours just learning the basics to form a foundation. A powerhouse was in the making for future years.

The Varsity, J.V., and Sophomore football players get into the action. (AKA Varsity vs. the White Tiger)

Janis Hill (copy) LuAnn Pulsen (layout)


Tennis – 1985 DBook

Top row: Coach Draayer, Crystal Bell, Robin Maryon, Michelle Bateman, Kim Daniels, Marianne Alder, Jeana White. 2nd row: Geri Baxter, Tanya Browning, Michelle Moffit, Valerie Valentine, Sherri Jacobs, Jennifer Harris. Bottom row: Kristin Johnson, Annette Reid, Trudy Egbert, Vicki Hyllested, Niki Sala

First from one side, a small, yellow, sphericalal object flies, only to be hit by sturdy mesh back on its course to the previous side. It was an intriguing sport in chichi some Davis girls participated.

Crystal Bell sends the ball back across the court in the State finals.

There were no try-outs for the girl’s tennis team. It was a challenging sport that required team effort and lots of practice. “We supported each other, which helped a lot,” said Tina McClure.

Tennis is the only game of love where girls can get aggressive.

Coach Draayer
Robin Maryon plays doubles at the State finals held in Liberty Park.

And after all the hours of practice and many meets, the team members ended up with more than awards and places; they made many new friends, and had fun while they were doing it.

Michelle Bateman runs to meet the ball.
Goofing off at Liberty park, Geri Baxter, Marianne Alder, Robin Maryon and Nicki Sala build a pyramid for the photographer.

April Turneau (copy) and Crystal Bell (layout)