Notes - Battling Centre College (bottom 2nd from right): There was no way
that Wooster wanted to lose to a college that doesn't even know how to spell "Center".
Bottom Right -The day before Miranda's commencement at the College of Wooster,
she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She went from being a PBJ (peanut butter
and jelly) to a PBK then back again to a PBJ.
"Everyday on the African plain, the gazelle wakes up knowing that if he is not faster than the fast lion, he will be eaten.
The lion wakes up knowing that if he is not faster than the slowest gazelle, he will starve."
Bottom Row, First Two from Left - 'Tash at the National Futures Championships in Virginia Beach in 6/07.
She was selected from this tournament to compete at the Junior Olympics in Knoxville, Tennessee in August
Bottom Row 2nd from Right - 11/06 California Competition, Columbus Academy teammates
l. to r. Ali Dillon, Kelsi Ratcliff, 'Tash, and Lane Averill
Bottom Row Right: 'Tash (with beard) in Fiddler On The Roof Promo
1st Photo: Clarissa hung up the soccer cleats after the '05 season and now plays field hockey (autumn),
basketball (winter), lacrosse (spring) and fast pitch softball (summer).
Luckily there are only 4 seasons in a year.
Bottom Row: Second from right, With Uncle Richard, Aunt Gretchen, Cousin Emily, Dan and Grandma.
Bottom Right, With Uncle Dan, Uncle Rich, and cousin Emily.
Fall '07 field hockey. The eighth graders finished 12-0 and Clarissa had 10 goals during the year.
Bottom Row Last Photo: Field hockey tournament in St. Louis 7/3/10
'Tash and Clarissa -- Teammates 08 Academy Vikings, State runners-up
Clarissa ("Sistuh C") and Tash were teammates for the state finalist Academy Vikings. On the top row is C, a freshman,
who had 8 goals and 2 assists. On the second row is Tash who
had 14 goals and 12 assists. Tash won all-Ohio honors and team MVP.
Right: Tash sporting her Louisville jacket (a gift from big sister Miranda) and Clarissa (Sistuh C)
Middle photo - WHAT A TEAM!!! With Miranda's fiance` Ben Bring (front)
and Stonybrook UMC Youth Pastor Aaron Chivington.