The evening was crisp and excitement was in the air.


Steward Butler


Savion McKenzie


Savion is a three-year letterman on the varsity football team. He is a candidate for the Silver Garland Award for athletics and has 154 community service hours. Savion has been nominated for Student of the Year and is a member of the National Honor Society and Key Club. He is pictured with his parents, George and Linda.
Austin Collins


Austin has played on both the Dreadnaught football and baseball teams. He is a member of the National Honor Society and a senior class officer. He plans to attend either Florida State University or the University of South Florida to major in chemical engineering. Austin is pictured with his parents, Michael and Tracey.


David Bowden


David played in the Lakeland-Kathleen rivalry his sophomore through senior years. Kathleen won 2 out of 3 during David’s time as quarterback, including a 44-0 win his senior season. David set a national high school record for career touchdown passes with 92, which stood until Xavier Lee broke the record a few years ago. He went on to the University of Florida, where he was an All-Southeastern Conference football and baseball star.
Wayne Peace


Wayne was a three-year starter in the Lakeland-Kathleen rivalry. During his career, he was a fullback in the 1978 season and a quarterback for the Dreadnaughts in 1979 and 1980. His most memorable moment in the rivalry was running a 55-yard flea flicker in 1978 to win the game with little time left on the clock. Wayne would go on to play for the University of Florida where he was a four-year starter. Sid Kimbrell accepted the award on behalf of Mr. Peace.


After a scoreless first quarter, the second quarter turned into a scoring explosion. After Kathleen scored two touchdowns, the Red Devils came back to score a touchdown of their own. With a quiet third quarter, the fourth quarter brought more excitement. The Dreadnaughts relentless ground game proved too much for the Red Devils.