Aptos High School - Sandscript Yearbook (Aptos, CA)
- Class of 1984
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120 Winter Sports
134 Spring Sports
150 Clubs and Organizations
200 Community Affairs
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l. "No, I'm not trying to imitate my high school senior
portrait- I always smile this way!"
2. "Que pasa'?" Mr. Riordan asks his newborn son,
3. Mr. Riordan's many interests include leading na-
ture walks at his summer job as a park ranger.
4. Ol'Smokey the Bear Riordan, discusses the day's
events with his little campers around the campfire.
5. Mr. Riordan's senior portrait fl948J- Nice hairdo,
6. Mr. Riordan flashes us his best Dick Clark smile.
7. Mr. Riordan on the campaign trail during his 1970
bid for the U.S. Congress.
8. "That guy is almost as tough as me!"
ack To The Books
What a hot summer. We had one of the
most beautiful summers ever in this so-
called "foggy" Aptos area. The only prob-
lem with this is we didn't have enough time
to enjoy it all. School ended late and started
early this yearg the first day of school was
August 31, 1983. This was hard for all of us
to accept, especially since it meant getting
back to the daily grind of homework. Start-
ing off a new year is filled with mixed emo-
tions, sometimes it's very uplifting and ex-
citing, but many times it can be filled with
tension and frustration. Seniors were glad
to get things rolling so that they could start
preparing for the responsibilities of life out-
side the protected shelter of school, and
their parents. Some students, for example
freshmen, new students, or even foreign ex-
change students experienced some doubt as
to what Aptos was like. However, as things
got started everyone was fine.
Aside from all that Aptos High School
had become tougher. Stricter rules were
made concerning absences, tarties, and
graduation requirements. If a person would
1. While studying the Wild West in U.S. History
Eric Schmidt fantasizes the great train robberies of
2. Attending art class isn't that easy, as you can see
Dan Wickwire and Kirk Hirano are intensely draw-
ing in their Adv. Fine A11 class.
3. Anna Marhenke is sleeping on the job in her
Career Survey class taught by Mr. Tanimoto.
4. Mike Alberts and Scott Lisea show the attitude
that's taken in Mrs. Leightons Anatomy!Physiol-
5. Julie Martin is caught enjoying her science class.
4-Back to the Books
get 15 absences or 7 tardies the student
would be dropped from the class with a
grade of F. Not to mention that the gradu-
ation requirements are to be increased in
the near future. Why all these sudden
changes? Well, last year Santa Cruz Coun-
ty lost over Sl40,000 dollars, due to ab-
sences. Because of these expensive facts ad-
ministration had to tighten up the atten-
dance. Now that the new rules are in effect,
teachers are very pleased. This way teach-
ers donlt have to worry about the tedious
amount of make-up work, as it was last
year. This new system pleased not only the
teachers and administration, but our par-
ents. Now the parents are fully notified by
mail and telephone when hisfher child is
not in school.
Another new change at Aptos High is the
bell system. For the first time in 15 years we
have bells to remind us when class starts
and ends, it's mainly to decrease the tardy
situation. Since this improvement, students
have disciplined themselves and are more
conscientious about being on time.
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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
So many things to do and such little
time. This is the feeling that many stu-
dents had at lunch time. The lunch lines
were so long, that by the time you got
your lunch you had to shove it down your
throat and run to 5th period. Not only
did you get sick from eating so fast but
you had no time to spend with your
friends. Sometimes if you were lucky you
could sit down and have a conversation
with them, but even then it wasn't the
Many may have thought lines would
have gone faster since we have added 3
new lines, but the Freshmen complicated
that situation. The first day of school the
lines were hurendous. You were lucky to
even et lunch. As the year went on
Lunch time was also a time to get in-
volved in the activities put on by Student
Government and the Cheerleaders. The
water balloon toss certainly turned out to
be a big splash. The banana eating con-
test made monkeys out of some seniors
and don't forget that physically demand-
ing game, Twister. These times will never
be forgotten by anyone.
There was one day however, we could
have done without. This was the day we
had "Kamikaze", a rock band that per-
formed on lower patio. This was not one
of our better moves for they turned out to
be a real flop.
All in all I think that this was quite a
great year and that there are more to
though, things improved slightly and
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1. Anxiously awaiting to play musical chairs, Jill
Cupps, Cheryl Morden, and David Braun enjoy lunch.
2. They have got to improve the salads implies Della
Herschback to Jeffery Gray.
3. Why are you doing this suggests the expressions of
Brian Hansen and Peter Alaga.
4. Waiting in line for lunch is not one of Lanae Ben-
nett's favorite pass times.
5. How do you balance that on your knee? Susan
Welch asks Beverly Sanson.
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1. The rides lighted-up the sky Saturday night at the
2. This is not a Pretty Intelligent Girl.
3. Many students in Drivers' Training tested their
skills on the bumper cars at the fair.
4. This Buds for you Aptos High! says Mark Kanko.
5. Numerous students lost their stomach wile riding
the Sea Dragon at the fair.
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2. Margie Kanko thinks her classes are just greagt.
3. Kathy Barker and Jamilah Vittor think the sunny
morning is a cheerful way to start off a new school
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cream can be, especially when it's mixed all
together to be shared with your friends.
These activities are just some of the many
games and social get-togethers put on by
Student Government and the Cheerleaders.
To make Aptos Life exciting, during lunch
we've participated in silly games, such as:
the balloon toss, ice cream eating, and the
banana eating contest. Also, don't forget
how Mr. Nielson would do a great job as an
auctioneer. He used his abilities to perform
the selling of the box lunch social, and the
"rent a freshmen day". Enjoying the ba-
nanas and ice cream events, our classmates
showed just how fun and crazy lunchtime
was at Aptos High.
Maybe we all didnlt go for these particu-
lar events, but what about all the good mu-
sic on upper patio? It was so relaxing to sit
on the grass and listen to music, while soak-
ing up some rays. We all went to the same
school, but each one of us was an individual
with a complete different perspective on
our school years. Lunchtime was a time to
look forward to, especially when it meant
seeing that special person, or just hanging
out with the gang. What ever the event was
we all experienced a part of those nostalgic
memories at lunchtime.
1. Mike Pace isn't too sure that Linda Powell knows
what shels doing.
2. Bryan Holt acts very confident that Joe McMillen,
who's blind folded, will easily perform the honors as
Dan Watson watches their activities.
3. Sticky fingers is clearly displayed by Kelli O'Ma-
hony who's selling ice cream to Jenni Miller.
4. Nothing better than a cold ice cream on a hot sum-
mer day thinks Jill Cupps.
5. Tom Sydes can't wait to taste that good ice cream as
Akim Provatakis diligently waits to be served.
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l. "Will the JV football team please stand up." says
Mr. Barrington, the JV coach.
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WOW, two victories in one night! Both
the football team and the spirit squad came
in first place at the Varsity Jamboree at
Cabrillo College. There were eight other
schools also competing for the trophies.
The rally the day before seemed to set the
pace for evening events at the Jamboree.
The same excitement shown at the rally
was also displayed at the Jamboree by Ap-
tos fans. The interesting assortment of ac-
tivities at the rally included pie throwing,
skits by the cheerleaders, and a sleeping
bag race. Routines were put on by JV and
Varsity cheerleaders, also one by the Pom-
Pom girls. This was the first of many excit-
ing rallies that were to come.
5. Football team breaks through, both sign and com-
petitors at Jamboree.
6. Aptos vs. Santa Cruz.
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1. Friends Kathleen Urbanic and Jessica Johnson
talk about their plans for the weekend.
2. Michell Jensen and Carol Wolfgang seem to
think Demiam Bezore has charm.
3. On a beautiful fall afternoon Mara Large, Karen
Lyng, and Kathy Bunce picnic on the front lawn at
4. Justing Bollion relaxes by himself at lunch.
5. Thinking about lunch Kathy Kidwell walks mo-
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Boom, boom, boom. This year
the cheerleaders certainly did start off
with a big boom by winning the Jam-
boree spirit award. The cheerleaders
this year gave the athletes a great deal
of support not only by cheering but by
making things like goodie bags and
other special things of this sort, Not
only do the cheerleaders support the
athletes, they keep up the school spirit.
All through the year they give up their
free time to support the school.
The pon poms have done a super
job this year with their half time rou-
We the students of Aptos high just
would like to thank you and say keep
up the good work.
l. The Cheerleaders show us their stuff
2. Left to right Cfront rowj Diane Yednak, Holly
Furlanic, Anne Obrian, Michelle Tinsley fBack
rowj Stacey Barsi, Nancy Scott, Crystal Gattey,
3. The JV cheerleaders dazzle the crowd.
4 left to right Joelle Marek Shelly Stewart,
Susan McCauley Heidi Abernethy, Deann
Daniel Karalee Springer
Fun Times at Aptos High
What a year!! Activities that ranged
from the ridiculous to the Bizarre. Who
could forget when the ASB danced across
the gym absurdly dressed as pillow peo-
ple!?! There was nothing like an insane
game of Twister for a break in the day to
day routine. Where else but Aptos would
the students be crazy enough to stick a
spoon attached to a string through their
clothing and intwine themselves togetl
er. Also the fantastic rallies and asserr
blies were always something to look foi
ward to. And the highlight ofthe year
renting a freshman!! Homecoming wa
always a time for being foolish and fancy
How about the basketball MC's wearing
shorts and ties! Aptos activities in ont
word means fun!!
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l. A hodge podge of bodies. a arm here. a leg there.
2. At the first homecoming barbeque Susan Wise collects the senior class profits.
3. "Susan Wise escorted by Nick Anderson ..
4. "Five live got live. want. want six. six. five. got ive want six." says Mr. Neilson. lor Rent a Freshmen.
5, Tom Newton and Rand Coniglio who have homecoming spirit.
6, "I just love to dance" thinks Alicia Killam.
7. Chris Walker and Laura Fennel cheek out the erowd.
8. Mr. Bill stands on Stacey Hedgepeth who is stiff as a board."
9. "What kind of bird do you have Sabrina'?". asks Mr. Bill.
L'The 1983 Football Homecoming
Queen is . . Once again we all waited
for the name to be announced. A mo-
ment that we all waited for all week dur-
ing the excitement of homecoming. Al-
though all twelve girls were all worthy of
the queen's crown, only one would be
queen. The twelve girls who were nomi-
nated by ICC and the senior class were:
Crystal Gattey, Shannon Hocom, Kathy
Ludeman, Sabrina Okamoto, Renee
Fassbinder, Nancy Scott, Karen Pope,
Anne O'Brien, Holly Furlanic, Susan
Wise, Jenny Hill, Dianna August. Friday
November forth each nominee and her
escort were presented at the homecoming
rally. escorts were: Mike T- .
Chris Howells, Martin Gill, Alix Gon
zoles, Don Mc Caslin, Mike Munoz
John Woolsey, Joe Mc Millen, Bret Bi
vins, Jamie O'Mahony, Ken Wolison
Brent Pierce. The M.Cfs were Kevin Pe
demonte, Dan Watson and Michele
Crawford. During the rally the girls wht
made up the court were announced, Cry
stal Gattey, Shannon Hocom, Kathy Lu
deman, Sabrina Okamoto, and Renee
Fassbinder. Then we waited until Nov, 5
at halftime at the game: finally the mo
ment came "the 1983 Football Home
coming Queen is Sabrina Okamotof'
l. From Row: Dan Watson. Jenny Hill, Anne
OlBrien. Shannon Hocom. Second Row: Crystal
Gattey, Chris Howells. Nancy Scott. Karen Pope,
Brent Pierce, Third Row: Kathy Ludeman. Mike
Munoz, Holly Furlanic. Sabrina Okamoto. Fourth
Row: Susan Wise. Michelle Crawford. Renee Fass-
binder. Back Row: Kevin Pedemont. Ken Wolison.
Alix Gonzales. Martin Gill. Jamie O'Mz1hony.
Brent Bivins. Don Mc Caslin. Joe Mc Millcn. John
Woolsey. Not Pictured Dianna August and Mike
2. Aptos l983 Homecoming. vs Santa Cruz High,
3. 1983 Football Homecoming Queen: Sabrina
4. Princess Shannon Hocom.
5. Princess Kathy Ludeman.
6. Princess Renee F assbinder.
7. Princess Crystal Gattey,
Mariners Homecoming Crew
This years Basketball homecoming
was exciting as ever. With so many
nominees deserving the honor. students
had trouble voting. The nominees were
Nancy Scott, Sue Wise, Holly Furlanic,
Anne Obrian, Karen Pope, Michelle
Tinsley, Diana August, Kristen Alberts,
Susanna Hilbert, and Vicki Pelich. The
escorts were Nick Anderson, Steve
Brown, Nathan Nix, Tom Newton, Bryan
Holt, Paul Neilsen, Bret Bivins, Craig
Williams, Rand Coniglio, Eric Swetland,
Scott Thomason, and Mike Hunter. The
M.C.'s were Brent Chapman, Sandy
Thirup, and Brad De Young.
Not only did we beat Harbor in the last
seconds of the game, Nancy Scott was
l. Nancy Scott is overjoyed when she is crowned
2. Mr. Obrian tells Anne OBrian to open her eyes
3. Holly Furlanic anxiously awaits the outcome.
4. Sue Wise smiles at some friends in the stands
5. Jenny Hill's escort gives her a little reasurance
lambs cal grass? Stephanie Vomvolakis
Register s splddy senses are lmglmg.
Powell and don't you forget it says
Pedemonte tries to figure out ifKelly Clif-
friend or loc.
cep Hedgpeth s quote ofthe year. Just another
r not to smurfls the quesuon askud by
war Chrls Rebecchl 3dVlSCS.
Once a year students at Aptos let is all
go and show us their less serious sides for
a day. This year was no different. Many
students participated in the dress up day
which just happen to land exactly on Hal-
loween. This was also homecoming week
so the nominees and escorts took a part
in the fun too. There was a contest held at
lunch for the best overall costume. The
award went to Paul Neilsen who dressed
up as Mr. Powell. Some ofthe adminis-
tration even dressed up which proves
your never to old to join in the fun.
A night to remember, the 1983 Winter
Ball. Although the weather was bad it
didn't dampen the spirits of those who
attended this Winter Ball on December
Once again the Ball took place at Ca-
brillo Collegels Fireside Lounge. The
lounge was attractively decorated and the
food which was catered by the Continen-
tal Deli added a pleasing touch. The mu-
sic of the Substitutes sounded through
the room, as the dance floor was full of
people enjoying themselves. This unfor-
getable was made such a success by the
Winter Ball Committee: Susan Wise, Sa-
brina Okamoto, Renee Fassbiner, Mi-
What a Ball.
l. Aptos High students boggie down.
2. Taking a breather, Ken Beard and Michell Ander
son watch the dancing.
3. Substitutes band member bringing the music tc
4. Dancing up a stormg Tim Kerr.
5. Everyone is having a great time at the Winter
Ball, including John Roth and Tawni Jensen.
6. Daniel Kamalani and Julie Fennel scope out the
7. Relaxing after hours of dancing is Beverly Tren-
grove, Josh Dellar, Kiere Anderson and girlfriends.
l. Pataogonia jackets is what keep a lot of stu-
dents warm in the winter.
2. Mara Large and Paul Russeoni show us some
winter fashion at Aptos High.
3. Sunglasses hide the identity of?
4. Angela Ponzini with the Flashdance look.
5. Jimmy Marical seems to enjoy wearing
chains. which is a unique trend.
6. "I know a lot of people have Esprit sweat-
shirts." exelaims Kelly Bregantefbut what can I
7. Some ofthe students' bags discuss what kind
of classes they are brought to.
8. Jean Gambill shows Mike Hunter how to
dress in style for spring.
9. Sabrina Everette and Alison talk about the
new fashions they discovered in Santa Cruz.
To be or not to be trendy is something
everyone decides for themselves. Trends
come from all over the World and everyone
follows a trend wheather they know it or
not. Different social groups follow different
trends. There are many more fashions at
Aptos than are on these pages for instanceg
plastic shoes, bandanas worn around your
head or leg, pinstripped pants and many
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4. Gwen Shiffrin and Kathy Ludeman finish up a
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5. Scott Thomasen, in a cloud of confusion.
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DAVID ALAGA JOAQUIN ALAMEDA KRISTIN ALBERTS
I will always remember Aptos High 1,11 remember good times with friends I will always remember the Flounders! I'll remember getting up at 6:00 am and
and Mr. Powell.
and some teachers and giving Mr. going to a freezing classroom, the easy
Powell a bad time. life, and watching people make fools
out of themselves.
RICHARD ALBRECHT JARVIS ALLEN GARY ANDERSON
I'l1 remember WB, Mr. Desalezar, and I'll remember good times with friends I'll remember Basketball, not filling I'll remember not writing on my senior
in and out of school, the teachers, hav- out my senior survey, and the easy life. survey.
ing fun and enjoying the easy life.
I don't remember High School.
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NICK ANDERSON NINA ANSARI
I'll remember pre-game warm-ups, fall- I'll remember friendliness of students I'1l remember the beautiful campus,
ing backwards in my chair in the cafete- and administration, and all the friends friends and teachers and tripping up
ria, and making sure I get along with I've made in my short time here. the stairs.
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BRAD BALASIE JILL BALDWIN DAN BARSTAD ANDREA BAUER
I'll never forget to forget my senior sur- I'll never forget learning the quadratic I'll always remember Mr. Cal1's U.S. I'll remember my sister.
vey. formula in Mrs. Mitchell's math class. History class, and the foxy girl across
CYNTHIA BAUER CHRIS BEGGID
I'll remember the interesting people, I'll remember Varsity cheerleaders,
Sally Skirvin, always falling up or writing a five page essay on the wrong
down the stairs and cutting class. topic.
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CHRIS BEGLEY SHAWN BENJAMIN
I'll remember friends and volleyball. I'l1 remember the cold class rooms.
WORD OF ADVICE
TO LOWER CLASSMEN:
Put all your time and energy into what ever you do
best, as long as it's legal.
Don't act so neat, cuz you're not.
Don't worry about the future. It's coming, it's here
and there's nothing you can do to stop it.
Only the fool finds security in ignomace.
Wear dark glasses so the girls can't tell where you're
Watch out for Sam, and don't get to close to Crab
Stay away from DeSalzar, and don't let Warmer
con you out of your lunch.
Don't leave clothes in the boys locker room, cuz
Warmer loves hand-me-downs.
Complain about the attendance policy.
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AMY BIERMAN BRET BIVINS
I'll remember the fun of my junior I'll never forget the football seasons
year, Mr. O'Brien, and having Brent and Nick calling me Biivvv.
Pierce and Scott Lisea sing to me.
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PATTY BLOOM ERIC BOLER
Ill remember Gerome! I dont think Ill never forget breaking Kevin Pe e-
I'll forget tripping in a mud puddle in montes collar bone.
front of the football team.
GARY BOWEN MONICA BRAUTOVICH TAMMY BRAZELTON KELLI BRONNER
I'll remember seeing friends, listening I'll remember the segregation, and I'll remember all the nice people that I'll remember growing up, not having
to music on upper patio and being em- walking into the wrong class as a sen- helped me through school. to work full time, friends, and falling
barrassed to be seen eating a school ior. down the stairs the first day of my
lunch. freshmen year.
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STEVEN BROWN SUSAN BROWN
I'll remember the spirit, teachers, hav- I'll remember hanging out with all the
ing the nicest school in the county, Bob jocks!
Goekermann, WB, and falling asleep in
class and waking up in the next period.
CHRIS BURKE DEBBIE BURKE
I'll remember hanging out in the li- I'll remember Mr. Bjur's history class,
brary. playing volleyball, singing christmas
songs in Coach Mike's class, and play-
ing powder puff
TODD BURKETT KRISTEN BURNS TRACY BYRD MILES CALKINS
Fll remember getting caught for steal- I'll remember how slow 6th period I'll remember finishing homework the I'll remember my friends, WB, and
ing a test from Mr. Tanimoto's Busi- went by, the tacky totem poles, and try- period before its due, tripping up the chemistry class.
H655 Law CUSS- ing to open the wrong locker. stairs, and trying to leave without get-
ting caught by Powell.
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MELINA CASTRO STEVE CAZEL
I'1l remember that high school was a lot I'll remember skipping school and go-
of fun. ing surfing.
BRENT CHAPMAN BILL CHARMON
I'll remember the B.O.Y.S. andthe mo- I'll remember trying hard to be a rock
gambie in high school.
star, and regret giving the athletes a
LOUIS CHELONE MARK CLIFTON LAURA CLOCK WILLIAM COLLINS
I'l1 remembernobody, and how muchl I'll remember Anna, the B.O.Y.S. and I'll miss my friends and all the fun I'll miss Tibor and all my friends I
hated the administration. "The Lugie Thrashers." times high school brought. made in high school.
1 Bret Bivens chows on a cookie.
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RAND CONIGLIO JANETTE CONKLIN VAUGHN COOPER
I'll always remember the support from I'll remember my friends, teachers, and I'll never forget the girls, Bob, Sally,
my friends and the good looking girls. the lunch time activities, and meeting the girl of my dreams.
MICHELLE CRAWFORD JIM DALEY ROBIN DALY
and the lunch time activities. homework, and the good friends at Ap- CIOUS TATASJ
I'll never forget my friends and con-
ning a teacher into taking us out to
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always remember the new peoplel I,ll never forget the endless hours of I'll never forget uOh Nelly" CBODA- I'll never forget Mr. Solbach, he always
gave me another chance.
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CARA DE SIMONE SANDRA DEVAGELAERE BRAD DE YOUNG
I'll never forget the friendships I've I'll always remember Sth period auto I'll remember lunchtime with Phil and I'll miss Mr. Hart and havingadip with
made over the years. shop. friends. I'll miss watching the girls at my buddies.
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ROBBIE DICKSON KEVIN DONAHUE ERIN DOYLE DEBRA DUINO
I'll will always remember lunch Mr. I'll never forget the party atmosphere I'll never forget Mr. Keller and all the I'll never forget going to the games an
Powell and being a freshmen at Aptos. band. Participating in clubs
Illl always remember the hot chicks at I'll always remember my friends and
how they made each day better.
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J ANEEN ELMER
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all my loving friends.
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I'll remember going on B.B. missions. I'l1 always remember the nice friends
And I'll never forget Tony Taravella, and the special people I met at Aptos.
being a freshman and checking out T.P.
and the twins.
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pumped for the game.
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RONNIE EPLING MARIANNE F ARINSKY
I'll remember the friendships I've Illl never forget the time the guys
made at Aptos and the fun times. streaked through upper patio.
JENNIFER F ARLEY RENEE FASSBINDER
I'll always remember my swim season, I'l1 cherish the friends I've made, and
that we won league finals. the concerts I sang in.
I'll never forget Mr. Brown's math I'll never forget the time I almost
class, Sunny, Bunny, Tiffy or Taffy. crashed into Brian and almost killed
1. Kimberly Miles and Carla Mc Sweeney discuss-
ing the problems of life.
2. Alex Sui giving us the eye.
3. Sabrina Okamoto and Pat Newell check out the
food at the senior barbeque.
4. Paul Nielson, Dan Watson, Peter Ortega, dis-
cussing the Box Lunch Social.
5. One of the normal students pays close attention
to his studies.
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I'll remember different friends here, P11 remember all my friends and the I'll remember football and the guys! I'll remember my Advanced P.E. clas
Bob Goekermann, leaving and going beautiful campus.
surfing, and playing the violin in front
of the whole school.
and trying to get studly.
HOLLY FURLANIC PRISCILLA GALLARDO
I'll remember cheerleaders, partys, and I'll remember all the nice people.
the easy life.
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ANNA GALASSI TAMI GAMBELIN
I'll remember the beautiful school, low- Adv. Alg. with Mr. Kamiar, Kath, Pee
er classmen, friends, going to football Wee Jo, playing powder puff in th
games, and being with Mark. mud, and as usual, falling down th
stairs will be the things I will remembe
1. "Patty get down here!" Phil Tuf
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member friends, bumming I'll remember Bam Bam, Mr. Slate, A111 remember is Junior Statesman of
with friends, doingaspeech in Dino, Tins, Lola, umidderj, Sneaky America.
of class. Pen, Jenna Basketball Homecoming,
1982, HAWKM, AND the Magic Bus!
CRYSTAL GATTEY BENE GATZERT
ROBERT GEPPERT MARK GERA LISA GILCHRIST
remember not knowing what to do I'l1 remember Auto shop and trying to I'll remember like sprouts and pocket
I get out of High School. grow a mustache. bread and the good salad bar we had.
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MATIN GILL KRIS GODLEY SARAH GOLDSPINK LISA GONZALES
I'1l remember Warmer stealing my I'll remember "Boom Boom," and all I sort of remember the parties. I'll remember switching from school to
food, Hacky sack, Rosengard's History my friends. school
class, WB, and "Fish Man."
4. "Is this okay?" says Rosie Herschbach.
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I will always remember Mr. Han, Mrs.
Murray, and football.
I will miss coloring in Mr. Riordan's
class and Solbach's "one more chance"
IAN GORDON ROBYN GROH
I'll remember the Revenge Mobile, go- I will remember all my friends and Mr.
ing on B.B. missions, and the rail. Dis Chem class.
ROSIE HERSCHBACH CYNTHIA HESSLER
I'llalways rememberall the greatteach-I will always remember my good
ers and my friends, especially Mike friends, especially Kathy
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SUSANNA HILBERT .
I will remember Mondays and Fridayl
and the earthquake drills.
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JENNY HILL SHANNON HOCOM JEFF HOFFMAN KALLA HOFFMAN
Iwill remember Back-row Brains, bath- Iwill miss all my friends, the activities, I'll remember going to school every I'll miss the Math Department and Mr.
room buddies, INKI, Sister Di, and the Prom, dances and student govern- day! I will miss my friends and the Keller and the band.
Kath. ment. work.
1. 'LWhat! The sock hop is canceled?" says Andy Miller.
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The rallies this year have been a credit
to Aptos High School. In each rally the
spirit and enthusiasm, which has been
nonexistent in years past, was running
Our first rally started off football sea-
son with a real BOOM!! The rally was put
on by the spirit squad who ran the show.
Football players Mike Pace, Mike Totah,
Nick Anderson, Alex Siu, Chris Howells,
Grant Smith, Brent Pierce and Steve
Martin put on a little dance for the stu-
dent body which proved to be very enter-
Damien Bezore was chosen Freshman
of the year due to his participation in a
game which he slithered across the gym
floor in a sleeping bag.
Even the faculty members got in-
volved by participating in Class Compe-
tition. The winning class, which turned
out to be the Seniors, got to throw a
cream pie in the face of our dear Mr.
Cuneo. Other teachers were Mr. Chad-
bome, Mr. Feitchner and Mr. Neilsen.
The second rally was a task taken on by
Student Government. This rally consist-
ed of cheers, a few games, a routine to
"Photograph" by the Pom Pon Girls and
a very successful slide show.
The attendance at the rallys has been
great and they're really enjoyable. All in
all they were a lot of fun and served their
purpose to raise spirit here at Aptos High.
I'll never forget Warmer or going to the
cabin after games.
I'll never forget Mr. DeSalzar and not
having a car for going out on dates.
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friends and trying to get on Mr. Powells
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I'll always remember Mr. Hart and Ti- I'1l never forget Spanish, and going out Iill always remember leaving at lunch My most favorite thing tordo IS try to
bor, and havin' a dip wit Tex with Kevin, Grant, Dan, Tom, Mike and out-running Mr. Powell. talk teachers into postponing tests.
and the rest ofthe B.O.Y.S.
I will always remember playing hacky-
sac and juggling at lunch.
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l'll remember my friends and all of the I'll remember the great food and all of I'll always remember my friends and
homework. the studying for finals. the teachers.
I'll remember the nice people at Aptos
and my new friends.
5. Peter Ortega tries to hold his head on.
2. Bene Gatzert thinking about that special guy.
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Iwill always remember my red hot car I'll never forget Commador in the
and all the fun times we had together.
J UNKO KATO
I'll never forget the warm welcome I
got from the students here.
I will always remember the tennis team
and all the fun times in high school.
Sorry, I forgot to fill a survey out.
I'll always remember how fun my years
here at Aptos were.
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KOUROSH KHALLIAM KATRINA KIDWELL
Itm not sure about how I feel. But I had I had a great time pulling pranks and
a good time. talking to my friends.
Scott Thonasen "boggies" to tunes at lunchtime.
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ALICIA KILLAM VESNA KIRINCIC RON KOELING
I'll never forget the great friends and I'll remember the warm welcome and I'll never forget the nice teachers and
the nice teachers I've met at Aptos. the friendly people I met at Aptos. the terrific auto shop class we have.
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STEPHANIE KRIEGER ' JOHN KRICSHER CHRISTINE KUNZE
V Illl remember the terrific people and F11 remember the special times and the I'll never forget the neat and special
the neat friends at Aptos. nice faces. friendships I've made.
CONNIE LAMB MATHEW LANEY CYNTHIA LASCA JOHN LAURANCE
I'll remember the support from my I'll remember the great teachers and ad- F11 remember the friendly faces and the I'll remember the people and the great
friends, and the special teachers. ministration. neat people. waves.
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I'll remember the good teachers, shop I'll never forget Mr. De Salzar. l'll remember my good friends, the an- l'll always remember excusing myseli
classes, Mrs. Mitchell and driving out noying administration, the football bus from classes I cut. l
of here. rides, and my pants ripping ata dance,
TARA LOCKE PADDON KATHY LONG
I'll never forget the basketball games or I'll always remember Mr. Hestand, a
the rides home from cross country my classmates, and tripping over
KATHY LUDEMAN ERIKA LUIKART
I,l1 treasure the great times and the bad I'll remember the excellent teacher
times, I'll remember the spirit, rallies, and the wonderful friends.
dances, and falling down the stairs.
5. "Take it away Donny Mc Casli
I'll remember the dances and all the
homework I had to do at this school.
ARLEN E MACTAVISH
I'll always remember my good friend
Shanny and all the fun we had causing
I'm gonna remember my friends, Un-
cle Bob and the uwondrousw computer
Dianna August glances across lower patio.
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I'll remember my friends and miss the I'1l never forget the friendly people at I'11 always remember how different I'll never forget the new attendance-
easy life. Aptos High. people changed over the years. policy.
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I'll always remember the music depart-
ment, and the people I met. I'll never
forget the B.O.Y.S. initiation.
CARLA MC SWEENEY
I'll never forget the nice friends I made
throughout high school.
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I'll never forget my friends I've made Illl never forget the poeple who helped F11 always remember looking forwarcl
and going to McDonalds for lunch. me through school. to hitting the surf after school.
JOE MC MILLEN,
DONNA MC SWEENEY
I'll remember the best of times.
ll. Sabrina Okamoto and Mike Totah enjoyin
some lunchtime activities.
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patio and the casual life.
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clothes and I'm going to miss sitting in
the sun on upper patio.
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I will miss the llth grade dance with I will remember all of my friends and I'm going to miss the casual life at Ap- My favorite thing to do was bother
the Rockafellas and the social circus. all the fun at Aptos High. tos and the opportunities it offers. Fiech and I'm always going to remem-
7. Mark Clifton and Anna Gallassi always enjoy
each others company at lunchtime.
ber the people I grew up with.
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I'll cherish my fond memories at Ap- I'll never forget the long lunch lines, 1'llfCm6mbCflhC 5116 DCODR? at APIOS- I will femembef DIHYUIS football with
ms. and the wonderful food. my friends the m0SI.
,QV CHERYL MORDEN MIKE MUNOZ
I'll remember the neat friends I've I'll remember going to the cabin afte
V, made at Aptos. the basketball games, and staying u
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MICHELLE MURPHY PATRICK NEWELL TOM NEWTON PAUL NIELSEN
I'll remember my freshman year and I'll remember throwing a thrasher's I'll never forget the B.O.Y.S. club and I'll never forget the music, the people
all the HCW PCODIC I mel- DHITY- the special friends I've made at Aptos. or the school. I'll miss Nerbie and Mr.
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Q I'll always remember all the friends I I had a great time peeling off registra- I'm gonna always rememberg Mr. D's Forever and ever l'l1 remember all the
l made and playing soccer. tion stickers in the parking lots. chemistry class, HAWKM, the 4 T.T.'s new people I met.
l and the EGG.
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Ihad a good time just hanging around Ishall never forget the excellent dictio- I'll always remember going out with I'll always remember playing Powder
and waiting for the waves. nary in our school library and The Fun- my friends and just havingagood time. Puff and singing in the choir.
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SENIOR MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENTS I 5' Nick """"'s""' holding dm his 'unch'
SCOTT LISEA GARY BOWEN
EI was at a dance and my pants ripped. Being seen eating a school lunch.
NANCY SCOTT PAUL NIELSEN
Ask Alex. Being busted by Pops.
LINDA NUTT STEVE BROWN
My truck caught on fire on upper parking lot. Falling asleep and waking up in the next period.
J EAN-MARIE PAXTON RENEE FASSBINDER
I asked Brent Pierce to the homecoming dance During final curtain call of "Anything Goes",
and he said he had a girlfriend. Andrew Singleton hung a B.A.
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I'll never forget all the girl watching I I'll remember the Backrow Brains and I'll remember the unorganized atten- I,1l remember all the times Chuck andI
did. all my buddies. dance system. gave Powell a hard time.
JEAN MARIE PAXTON MARK PECK
I'll remember Brent Pierce, he was my I'1l always remember the day I get ou
first friend here. of this place.
I'll remember the bad reputation I had I'll remember 443, and keeping the foot
V in High School. ball stats.
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BRENT PIERCE CAROL PONSO KAREN POPE JOHN PRICE
I loved football, laughing at Mr. Hart I'll never forget my friends and all the Forever and ever I'll remember Millie I'll remember cutting class at least once
and U.L.S. cute guys. Draders, sneaky fingers, and "Go Tig- a day.
PAUL PURVIN DAVID RANK KYLE REGISTER
I'l1 remember all my teachers and I'll remember all the friendly faces I Ican not forget all the foxy women and
friends the very most. saw here at Aptos. fun I've had here.
2. "The group" discusses old times.
I'l1 never forget good ole NO STUCK
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I remember the fun dances and all the I will always remember all the parties I'll remember all the fun I had in my I will remember all the changes m
good times I had. and fun I had these past years. senior year and just kickin, back. friends and I all went through. And I,
MICHELLE REBEL LUCY SAIA
I didn't get to fill out a survey. I'll never forget when the guys went
steaking through upper patio.
KRISSY SCOTT NANCY SCOTT
I'll always remember the fun I had at I'll rememberg Pebbles, Bam Bam, Mr.
Aptos and am gonna miss Leslie. Slate and HAWKM, back row brains
and the EGGQUACK . . .
gonna miss all my younger friends.
No survey available
I'll always remember staying two steps
ahead of Mr. Powell.
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Im really gonna miss all the people I Im really gonna miss Mr. O connell
met here at Aptos and playing football. and all the homework I did
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and my very dear friends.
Through all our years at Aptos High,
we have eagerly awaited for the day of
graduation. Yet now that graduation is
quickly approaching, many students
have faced the prospect of leaving Aptos
High with mixed emotions.
To many seniors, leaving high school
meant continuing on to college. With the
thought of college came an entirely new
set of obstacles that had to be conquered.
Deciding on which college to attend and
filling out applications was only part of
the obstacles. Seniors also had to suffer
through the Scholastic Apptitude Test
CSATJ and the Achievements. These tests
were given periodically throughout the
year and gave students tand collegesll a
chance to test their knowledge and see
how much they have learned.
Of course, many seniors chose not to
go on to college. To them, the realization
of the end of high school was even more
scary. It was time for them to decide what
career route they would take and as the
choices grew, the decisions were harder
Graduation was not at all faced entire-
ly with gloom. As seniors slowly realized
this truly was their last year here, they
resolved to make it their best, and they
did. We will always remember our senior
year with fond memories of our friends
and the great times we had together as the
class of 1984.
1. Mark Jones can't wait until graduation comes.
TOM SICK ANDREW SINGLETON ALEX SIU
I'll never forget the good times in I'll neverforget the good times with my I'll always remember my senior foot-
woodshop. band. ball season. I'll miss the cheerleaders
and the neat friends l've made.
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I'l1 remember ditching Mr. Powell and I'1l remember Gerome. I'l1 never forget the fine friends and the I'll miss Mr. Hart and his auto shop
going out to lunch with my friends. support they have given me. class.
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EUGENE STILLER JEFF STOBAUGH HEATHER STOLL
l'm gonna miss Scott, Moto, Hunter I'll miss the easy life of high school and I'l1 always remember my first day at
and all my buddies. But not the home- all the friends I've made. Aptos and the beautiful campus here.
DEENA STYLES ERIC SWETLAND JOY TAYLOR
I'll remember all the relationships I I'll remember Miles, Jenny, dressing The friends I've made are very special
had in High School and the fun times. like a gorilla and all the fun I had. to me and I'll never forget them.
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SCOTT THOMASEN SCOTT THOMPSON MICHELLE TINSELY
lI'll neverbe able to forget how sick the I'll remember girls with rad bods and I'll remember lunch, break and going The best of times, to Crystal, Anne,
cafeteria lunches were, and I'm really watching girls swim in P.E. home when the day was done. Nancy, Karen, Nicole and Holly
gonna miss Rexie.
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I'l1 remember relationships and apple- I'l1 never forget counting the days unti
sauce. I'll never forget how long my the next vacation.
hair was my freshman year.
CAROL UTTERBACK HOLLY VERNAZZA CHRIS WADHAMS KATHY WARMERDAM
I always looked forward to the sunny I'll never forget the time I got in a fight I'll never forget the BIG swell. I'll cherish the friendships I've made
days and the beach. with Mr. Harrison. my years at Aptos.
DANNY WATSON JUDY WEAVER J OHANNA WEGER PAM WEST
I remember the mistakes I made, the I remember the good friends and fun I'll treasure the friends I've met. I'll never forget the timelslipped dow
B.O.Y.S., and 143. times at Aptos. the stairs.
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I'll remember all the fun I had and all
the people I shared it with.
I'll always remember all the friends I
made and of course whipped cream.
I remember sitting on Upper and
schamming with Joe and all the beauti-
STEVE WHITEWING REID WILKENSON
What's there to remember? I'll remember to return Karenis um-
I can never forget all the friends I made
and how much I've grown.
I'm gonna miss all the fun during pow-
der puff and volleyball season. And I
can't forget Frosh initiation.
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friends and playing sports.
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playin' music and just being with my
DIANE YEDNAK JULIA ZARAGOZA ADAM ZAWADSKI
I'l1 always remember my cheerleading I remember not turning in my senior I remember being the last one in the
days and the friends I made. survey. yearbook.
THE CLASS OF 19 4
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1. Crystal Gattey, Nancy Scott, Anne O'Brien,
2. Mike Rogers, Miles Calkins, "talking over the
3. Discussing their next bid for the Box Lunch So-
cial are: Bret Bivens, Gary Bowen, Tom Newton,
and Brent Chapman.
4. "Gee, look at mei, Holly Furlanic.
5. "Looking for a friend." Joe McMillen.
1. Dawn Miner, Monique Anguiano and Tammy
Caredio contemplate their plans for the weekend.
2. Andrew Benedict shows the little boy that's inside
3. Juniors purchasing their student body cards.
4. While walking across upper patio, Jeff Bellandi
5. Michelle Keeley cracks up after hearing about
what Michelle Abbot did friday night.
6. Kim Reyes says "ol' well" after giving in to the
7. Lori McElroy rushes down to lower patio to meet
her friends during lunch.
8. Christine Crabtree tries to get in the conversa-
9. Dino Martinez and Valerie Marcus procrasti-
nates getting to class after break.
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2. Trying to pay attention to her friend, Stephanie
Taylor slowly drifts off into space.
1. Maria Zaragoza gives the guys the eye.
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in the Woods
Rene' Fortier survived 4 insane days
with 7 boys ofthe sixth grade, from Juni-
pero Serra, Good Shepard and San Car-
los, at camp.
The day began at 7:00 am where every-
one was up and ready at 8:00 am for the
flag ceremony and breakfast. Then Rene'
and her boys met with their Naturalist for
fieldstudy, which they studied about na-
ture. They went on hikes in Big Basin and
explored nature. At night they had a
camp fire out in the woods with the other
people, and the Naturalists had a show
for them. After the camp fire they went
on a night hike When Rene' and her boys
got back to the cabin they discussed what
they were going to do for their skit, on the
last night there
The last day they attended flag ceremo-
ny and had one last get together with
their Naturalist Departing was one ofthe
hardest things to do Watching all the
kids leave really made Rene, want to cry,
and the kids too The whole week there
Rene really got to know her kids, then all
of a sudden it s time to go home.
1. The boss is here, Rene' Fortier!
2. Gary Cooper takes a lean at break.
3. Discussing their opinions of the guys at our
school, Cindi Wion and Stephanie Cyr relax at
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1. If school could only be a little more
exciting are Diane Siri and Annette Ala-
2. What a drag lunchtime is are the
thoughts of Carol Wright and Renee De-
3. Karen Lyng, Kathy Bunce, and Mara
Large live it up at lunchtime.
4. Stacey Hedgpeth in one of her more
5. Julian Gonzales scopes lower patio.
6. Is Steve Martin looking at an enemy or
at the new love of his life?
7. Jeff Jones gazes sleepily at his friends
after a hard fifth period.
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I. Can you walk eat and laugh at the same time?
Samantha De Young can
2, Diane Long Gina Jensen and Renee Robert observe
the sights of lower patio
3. Hey check out the new kid Debbie Heffernan says to
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. . .This is one thing the class of 86 has
plenty of Last year we brought in close to
31100.00 dollars thanks to our student
government represenatives. This made
our class one of the few to bring in this
much money in their freshmen year.
This year, with old and new represena-
tives, student government set a goal to
raise 32000.00 dollars. This was quite a
hard task but student government had
many activities planned. Before the end
of the first semester we had eamed be-
tween S700 and S800 dollars. They man-
aged this by selling treat bags for Hallow-
een and Winter raffle tickets with the
grand prize being a S35 dollar gift certifi-
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cate for dinner at the Shadowbrook.
Some ofthe other activities planned were
a carmel apple sale and a bake sale in
January and the Sadie Hawkins dance.
With all these activities planned we were
sure to make our goal.
Not only does student government
make money, but they also make memo-
ries here at Aptos High. They make
school more bearable by planning lunch-
time activities for everyone to participate
The class of 86 was definitely off to a
good start and they planned to keep going
strong to make our Senior year the most
memorable year of them all.
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2 What a body that chick has thinks Philip Hudelson.
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eating the cafeteria food.
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1. One of Kevin McAnerney's favorite sayings is
"Hey Bud lets pany!" as demonstrated here.
2. You call that a joke? David Brumiield asks his
3. If Dan Nicoles could only see himself after the pie
eating contest, he would die!
4. Richard Matys' nostrils have a certain flair when
5. "No my hair is not greasy, it's just wet!" stated
6. Varena Waleski is lost without her boyfriend.
7. Boy, what a tripy day Kelly Grachek tells her
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Bishop asks Chris Hughes.
2. "What did you say?" Saghi Khalilian asks.
3. Nichole Bollentini, Jennifer Pearce, and Katie
Farley share a joke.
4. "I told you I could do it", replies Stephanie Vom-
volakis while coming from P.E.
5. Chris Walker is'nt sure what he's hearing.
6. Lili Herrera is deep in thought on lower patio.
7. "I hope my eyes aren't deceiving me." says
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2. "Tell me a tune and I'll play it," says
practicing in the music room.
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Jon Dryden while
3. Eddie Lotts is asked to taste test a banana
1 "" Patrick Goddard
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"Going once, Going twice, Sold! To
the young man in the blue for S10.00,,'
was the sound most of the school heard
during the Rent-a-Frosh auction. It was
held on Tuesday, November 1, and
Thursday, November 3. On Friday, No-
vember 4, Rent-a-Frosh Day, these poor
freshmen were carrying books, standing
in line, and opening doors for their "mas-
ters". Sophomore, Matt Reade, bought
Stephanie Vomvolakis and on Friday she
was standing in line and being crushed
for the Homecoming Rally. The slaves
were: Matt Weaver, Micah Stevens, Jen-
ny Lind, Kristin Burkett, Chris Walker,
Mary Garcia, Michelle Mosley, Sheri
Abernethy, Amy Bettencourt, Dagmar
Leguillon, Demian Bezore, Jeannie Turn-
er, and Stephanie Vomvolakis. 11 of
these 13 freshmen were sold. Pm sure
they were relieved when 2:30 came
around that Friday in November.
Thanks to all the people that participated
in this event and made it such a big suc-
1. Steve Daldorf makes his way to 5th period.
2. "I have the feeling," says Michelle Moseley to
Geoff Saccone and Danielle Kamian, "that we're
going to win today."
3. Mr. Nielsen and Matt Weaver auction off Fresh-
Mark Holmes . . . ' - . .
Katherine Howard 1. Smile! Eric Richter and D8l'ld Marsh, you're on candid
Chris Hughes caflfera! .
Scot Hughes 2. O.K., you can take a picture, but only one," says Le-
nore Estrada while finishing her Pepsi.
3. Mary Garcia stares into the distance.
4. Peter Blumeniield is asked, "How are your rats?"
J unauro Landgrebe
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step you take, We'1l be watching you," says Kristin Bur-
kett, Sheri Abernathy, and Kelly Bregante.
2. Matt Gray catches that Pepsi Spirit.
3. "Awe come on try it, you'll like it," says Terri-Lee
Taylor to Dusti Jensen.
4. "Stop staring!" says Staci Bumgarner to Andrea Bridges
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The Mariners surprised everyone, in-
cluding the coaches, by overpowering
NMC, Santa Cruz, and SLV and captur-
ing their 2nd straight Jamboree title. The
pre-season looked promising for Aptos,
shutting out Blackford 21-O, but injuries
to Kevin Pedemonte, Dan Watson, and
Mark Clifton, dampened Mariner
chances for league. With one game left,
Aptos got a much needed win, beating
Mariners luck ran out as they were shut
out by NMC. But the Mariners bounced
back to beat Harbor 21-6. The Mariners
then suffered three hearbreaking losses to
SLV, Santa Cruz and Soquel to end the
The defense was led by senior defen-
sive end Jamie O'Mahony and junior
linebacker Grant "Pudgy" Smith. The of-
fense was led by senior running backs
Mike Munoz and Brent Pierce. Chris
Howells, Nick Anderson, and Bret Bivins
were also offensive standouts. Mike To-
tah was the most impressive quarterback
until a neck injury made him unable to
play. Juniors Mike Pace and Eric Ew-
banks took over the slot left by Totah.
The Mariners only named two players
to the all league and all county teams,
Mike Munoz and Jamie O'Mahony, who
also earned the Golden Helmet Award
4, Tom Newton tum on the after burners against a
stunned Santa Cruz defense.
5. Bret Bivens 1743 and Mark Clifton put heat on a
Santa Cruz quarterback.
6. A pack of N.M.C. defenders run into a little prob-
lem, tackling Jamie O'Mahony.
7. Football is a collision sport, as you can tell by
Mike Mun0z's helmet.
8. Mike Munoz picks up some blocks for a 12 yrd.
Varsity Football 107
Back RowfL-RJ Shawn Frary, Gordon Farquhar-
son, Alex Gonzolez, Jim Seli Dan Gil, Gary Shir-
ley, Nick Anderson, Rob McKey, Bret Bivens,
Mike Goleman, Keith Page, Grant Smith, Dan
Watson. 2nd RowfL-RJ Coach Jim Mikaelsen,
Mike Munoz, Kevin Pedemonte, Jamie O'Ma-
hony, Brent Chapman, Mark Clifton, Matt Dilon,
Don Kamalani, Erik Euwbank, Thomas P. Newton,
Eric Boler, Coach Hog. 3rd. RowfL-RJ Walker Ver-
dugo, Mark Franks, Mark Mikaelsen, Joe Khalid,
Mike Pace, Brent Pierce, Scott Lisea, Franco Sulli-
van, Rodger Upton, Mike Totah, Coach Mark
Young. 4th RowCL-RJ Coach Eddy Kaitz, Paul Mar-
inelli, Steve Martin, Chris F. Howells, Ron Miceli,
Larry Clark, Lenny Clark, John Roth, Alex Sui,
l, The 1983 Aptos Varsity Football team.
2. Chris "Fuzzy" Howells gets a punt off against
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lot ofimprovement throughout the year.
Coaches Paul Barrington and Gordon
Leighton had a lot of young players to
work with, most of whom never played
organized football before. Defensive
standouts were Kevin McAnerney and
Richard Matys. The offense was ran by
Craig Sugimoto, but the real power came
from the running backs, Phil Hudelson
and Aurelio Cervantes.
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Kenny Tindall, Geoff Saccone, Heath Pollock, Colby Reade, Arron Sobieski, Jeff Miles, Dean Ichikawa
fsecond rowj Mark Tritenbauch, Ron Hartoon, Tom White, Mike Chasen, Peter Daly, Jesse Baldwin, Chris
Walker, Ryan Trundle, Peter Alaga, Paul Tressler, Ralph Battels, Jackie Smolinski, Rodney Correia. fthird
fowl Craig Sugimoto, Brent Christierson, Julian Gonzales, Victor Polverino, Richard Matys, Kevin McAner-
ney, Mark Goleman, Aurelio Cervantes, Chris Peuler, David Schofield, Bill Sendell, Carl Perusina, Peter Lee,
Ifourth rowl Coach Leighton, Justin Bulion, Shawn Ferron, Scott Crooks, Brent Gingery, Joss Hanna, Tim
Whiting, Phil Hudelson, Neil Street, John Wolfenden, Mike Anderson, Tom Clifford, Matt Kurrle, Coach
3. Craig Sugimoto gets a pass off against Santa Cruz.
5. Kenny Tindall and Phil Hudelson take a break for
water during the Santa Cniz game.
1. Linda Ketterlin serves the ball hoping to make a
pOlnI for Aptos.
2. Diane Long watches intensely as Michelle Mose-
ley bumps the ball over the net.
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Bump, set, spike. Aptos Volleyball cer-
tainly worked hard on these skills
throughout the season.
The Junior Varsity Volleyball team
had some very promising players this
year. One of the most outstanding all
around players was Cynthia Matano. She
was so hard on herself and always striv-
ing for perfection. One of the most inspi-
rational players was Stacey Hedgpeth.
No matter how bad the team was doing
Stacey was always there with a positive
attitude. Many of the players were not
dedicated enough to the sport this year
which did complicate the situation.
For the Varsity Volleyball team it was
a building year with only two seniors re-
turning from last year. One of the most
outstanding players was the setter, Deb-
bie Newell, who only being a Sophomore,
proved her skills to no end. Christine
Reber was one ofthe best all around play-
ers and always full of energy. Of the eight
members of the team, there were two sen-
iors, two juniors, three sophomores, and
one freshmen. Coach Barny had a very
positive attitude about the team this year
and never gave up hope. He thinks that
next year will be better since the team will
have had more experience playing togeth-
er. He has high hopes.
The Volleyball teams may not have
won many games but they never gave up.
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Armed with a team numbering more
than the entire varsity football squad,
Jim Triplett led his girlis swim team to
another triumphant season.
The speed of Aptos' top swimmers
along with the depth of the team com-
bined to form an almost unbeatable force
as Aptos suffered only one loss to Santa
The season ended on a happy note with
Aptos taking 9 girls to CCS, more than
any other year before. Girls qualifying for
the Medally and 400 free CCS relay were
Micky Abbot, Micky Keeley, Rachele
Franich, Michelle Anderson, and Missy
Abbot. Kathy Kitayama, Katie Farley,
Faith Lynch, Jennifer Palmieri, and
Shannon Hocom also qualified in indi-
vidual events, with Hocom placing in
both the 100 and 50 yards freestyle.
l. Katie Farley plunges into the pool.
3. Lisa Upton smiles for the camera in
between strokes in the individual medal-
4. The group discusses strategy at the
5. Coach Jim Triplett oversees his do-
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Bruce, Katie Farley, Heather Gordon, Anne Marie
Ramos, Sally Green, Deanne Dawson, Beverley
Sanson, and Jody Bremmer.
2nd row: Teri Lee Taylor. Tyla Gregg, Kate Lund-
quist, Kathy Kityama. Karen Beemis, Tracy Gill,
Maureen Baker, Michelle Anderson, Micky Keeley,
Micky Abbott, Anita Gonsalez, Lisa Upton.
3rd row: Chris Merrill, Sara Black, Stacy Blanton.
Nanette Fortier, Shannon Keyes, Debbie Heffe
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3. Diane Kitayama can't wait to get in the pool!
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Back RowlL-RJ Bob Dunker, Martin Gil, Tom
Sydes, David Hueter, Matt Lunbeck, Casey Ol-
son, Rodney Miller, Akim Provatakis, Front
RowfL-RJ Matt Femster, Anthony Lacques,
Eric Schittger, David Pope, George Miller, Kier
Anderson, David McGillicuddy.
4. Tim Fitzpatrick and Martin Gil are excited
about this seasons wins.
A team effort! Although the Water
Polo Team had many outstanding play-
ers such as. John Woolsey, Matt Lund-
beck and Akim Provatakis, nobody
could be singeled out as bringing the
team to it's victories. If it could be any-
one to be singeled out it would have to be
Coach Bob Dunker. Hard practices payed
off on the road to the SCCAL Finals. In
the SCCAL Finals they placed second,
which led them to the CCS Finals. At the
CCS Finals they played Menlo and Bel-
larmine, two strong teams. Aptos fought
hard against Menlo. but Menlo managed
to win by a few points. Being out played
by Bellarmine. the best in the country,
was not surprising. but Aptos played to
their best ability. Well done team!!
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Girl's Tennis Team proved their domi-
nance in SCCAL tennis by capturing the
league title. Led by the number l, 2, 84 3
players. Kelley Kubota, Jenny Hill, and
Kathy Kerby, in singles, and Christina
Bruno and Kristin in doubles, the girls
achieved a 9-l league record.
Their only loss was to Santa Cruz, who
they later defeated in their second league
match, and again in the revengeful post
season tie breaker.
Having won the league title, the team
went on to CCS where they beat South
San Francisco Q6-l J in the first round, but
then lost to Gunn C7-OJ in the second
round of play.
In the individual league finals, Kelley
Kubota Won first in singles, While Jenny
Hill and Kathy Kerby also received first
place in doubles. All three then went on
to CCS, where Hill and Kerby lost to the
first ranked doubles team and Kubota
also lost to the first ranked singles player
after defeating her first opponent.
2. Jenny "ace'em" Hill slams that ball across the
3. Kristen Dugger slams one ofher serves to a team-
4. Christina Bruno pops one over the net.
5. Kelley Kubota concentrates deeply on her serve,
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Back Row1L-RJ Coach Jim Beacom, Tara Locke-
Paddon, Tim Eberhart, Walter Moody, Andy Doro-
sin, Kelly O'Mahony, Kelly Moriarty, Front
RowfL-RJ Dagmar Leguillon, Daniele Kamian,
Amy Bierman, Diane Kitayama, Cheryl Tupper,
Sophie Abed, Elizbeth Keyser,
Champions!!! Only losing one league
meet. the girls cross country team were
off again to the SCCAL League Cham-
pionships. These girls certainly earned
their way. proving themselves by win-
ning the Pacific Grove Invitational and
the Stevenson Invitational. After win-
ning the SCCAL League Championship
for the second year in a row they were
headed for the Regionals which they also
won for the second year in a row. Stan-
douts were Diane Kitayama, the team's
best runner and two freshmen with a
bright future Daniele Kamian and Dag-
Tim Ebarhart as their number one run-
ner the boys cross country team came in
fifth place in league standings. Running
to full potential the 1983 Cross Country
Team had a season everyone should be
proud of. Congratulations to the whole
Cross Country Team!
1. Aptos' top runner Diane Kitayama, Daniele Ka-
mian and Dagmar Leguillon get off to a good start.
3. Tara Locke-Paddon gets congratulations for a
good race from teammates.
4. With opponents trailing Tim Ebarhart has hopes
of a win.
5. With the thoughts of victory Coach Beacom
watches with nmner Elizabeth Keyser.
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2. Senior Powder Puff team with coaches.
3. Susan Mitchell striving for the first down.
4. Susan Mitchell is slow to recovery after being
tackled by Jenny Buro.
5. The Senior cheerleaders show us their better side.
6. Elizabeth Keyser runs for the Juniors only TD.
7. The Junior Powder Puff team with coaches. '
Powder or Power uff?
Give um a left. Give um a right. Fight,
tight, fight! This years Powder Puffgame
certainly was one of the roughest games
The players started practice a week be-
fore the game. They were up bright and
early each morning and at practice half
asleep. Many of the girls wore their
sweats through the school day.
The Juniors this year, coached by Ron
Miceli, Keith Page, and Paul Marinelli,
looked like they would beat the Seniors
for sure. Not only did they have excellent
athletes. there was a feeling ofexcitement
that had pulled the team together. They
cheered each other on through thick and
thin. They were also very aggressive, let-
ting nothing get in their way.
The Seniors, coached by Mike Munoz,
Grant Smith, Kevin Pedemonte, and
Mark Clifton, this year were not going to
let underclass men beat them. They were
very confident and all they had to do was
put their athletes to work along with the
support from their lovely cheerleaders.
The Seniors took the lead first with an
early touchdown. The Juniors however,
came right back with Elizabeth Keyser
putting her speed to use. For a while it
looked as ifthe game would end in a tie
but the Seniors scored in the last minutes
ofthe game. The Juniors put up quite a
protest. but the Referees did not relient
on their decision.
All in all everyone had a great time
playing the game and celebrating after-
wards. Of course nobody could of made
it without the sexy cheerleaders support-
ing them all.
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Varsm Baskulball 1984 Ltdgllk ILLOld ll
Another inning Season for Apto
The Mariners had another winning
season tinishing second in league play.
Aptos opened up the season by taking
the Dadls Club Tournament and car-
ried on successfully to finish the sea-
son with an ll-3 record.
A large part ofthe Mariner's success
was due to all-league forward Bryan
Holt. Bryan was the second leading
scorer in CCS and also had the state
high scoring with 64 points in the
game against North County.
With the return of Juniors Keith
Page and sophomore Warren Holt,
Coach Warmerdam should be looking
forward to another successful season.
lst row tl to rj: Robert Wall. Greg
Garbo. Jeffjones. Joe Mc Millen.
2nd row: Nick Anderson. Bret Bivins.
Bryan Holt. Ian Cooke. Craig Wil-
3rd row: Coach Bill Warmerdam.
Warren Holt. Keith Page. Kevin Don-
ahue. don Wickwire.
3. The 1984 Basketball Team
4. Keith Page and Warren Holt put pres
sure on Harbor player
5. Jeff Jones puts up a 20 foot jumper.
The JV basketball team put out a
strong effort to finish fourth in the league.
Their league record was 6-8 with Aptos
beating Marello. Soquel and SLV all
twice to come up with their six wins.
With the practice and experience they
earned on JV. standouts Andy Sloane
and Steve Martin will be more than ready
to conquer the challenges they will face
Back row: Matt Reade. Andy Sloane. Larry Rogers
Steve Brown. Coach Ray Taninioto. Second Row:
Billy Sendell, Kenny Woods. Neil Street. Mike An
dcrson. David Scholfield. Front row: Jon Lund
stedt. Bobby Bulgalski. Pete Bamford, Steve Mar-
tin. Jeff Miles.
2. Steve Martin dribbles the ball up court.
3. Matt Reade takes a Superman leap into the air.
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Not belonging to a league, meant the
Frosh basketball team had to travel far
and play many teams several times. How-
ever, the Frosh managed to have a sue-
cessful season, finishing the year with 10
wins and 8 losses.
Back row: Paul Von Grey, Derek Fisher, Rick Bol,
Jon Nishikaway, Mark Griffiths. Front row: Chris
Walker, Bryan Smith, Craig Sugimoto, Rich Fu-
gate, Scott Winslow, Geoffe Saccone.
5. Derek Fischer takes command ofthe ball.
6. Craig Sugimoto lays it up.
Frosh Basketball Team l
Frosh Basketball- l 25
The second division CCS champs oflast year, Aptos, faced a
tough season finishing the year with a 12-13 record.
The record, however, is definitely not indicative of the great
talent of the team. The team was led by all league senior Tara
Locke-Paddon with seniors Susan Brown and Vicki Pelich, and
sophomore Chris Reber putting in strong performances to
make up for the small size of the team. With the team losing
only 3 seniors and gaining many talented JV girls, Aptos will be
ready to face the challenges of next season.
lst row Cl to rl: Elizabeth Keyser. Tara Loke-Paddon. Julie Fcnncl. Vicki Pclich.
2nd row: Susan Brown, Chris Reber, Julie Salisbury, Sharon Bonncrna, Laura
l. Julie Salsbury is shocked at a Santa Cruz plaxer s behavior
Vaisitx Gills Basketball 1984
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2. The 1984 Girls' Varsity Basketball Team
126-Girls Varsity Basketball
Aptos' JV girls tied for first forthe sec-
ond year in a row, thus making it the
sixth year that Aptos has dominated girls'
JV ball. The entire team played extreme-
ly well with Sheri Abernathy leading the
lst row: Tracy Castro. Mary Mc Conncl. Stephanie
Vonvolakis. Tricia Castro, Debbie Newell. Jeannie
2nd row: Jeannie Turner. Kelli O'lVIahoney. Mar-
lene Henderson. Debbie Winter. Sheri Abernathy
l. Sheri Abernathy prepares to shoot the ball.
2. The 1984 girls' JV basketball team
3. Stephanie Vonvolakis takes the ball up the court.
4. Tricia Castro takes a shot.
Girls' JV Basketball League
Santa Cruz Won
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The JV Boys' soccer team had a fair
season with a league record of 4-3-5. JV
stands outs for the team were Scott Hol-
land, Steve Mealiff, and Eric Ricter.
They should be a definite bonus for next
yeafs varsity team.
lst row: Joe Allen. Eric Ricter, Craig Robinson.
Malt Marinclli. Bob Fitzgerlad. Scott Nobles. 2nd
row: Ralph Battles. Derek Miller. Mike Chasen,
Mike Crosby. Kurt Jennings. Rand Liljcgrine. Joe
Ramos. Ken Peck. Mike Manning. Steve Mealitf.
l. Matt Marinelli defends his ball against North
2. Steve Mealiff prepares to make a shot in the goal,
3. The l984 JV Boys' Soccer Team
record 4 3 J
Watsonville Lost Watsonx ille I-O51
Santa Cruz Tied Santa Cruz T105
Soquel Lost Soquel I-051
SLV Lost SLV Won
NMC won NMC WOH
Harbor Won l-larbor Tied
JV Boys' Soccer Team League
Boys, JV Soccer- l 29
This years Varsity Soccer team had its
ups and downs. With the team being
mostly rookies, the team had a hard time
getting off on the right foot. But with the
coaching of Bob Geokermann, and the
determination ofthe team they pulled
out a successful season. At the beginning
ofthe season it looked as though the team
was going nowhere, but as the season
went on the team began to work together.
The team also had it's unlucky breaks
with the loss of Koroush Khalilian and a
few others not to mention injurys. This
years veterans consist of 4 year varsity
goalie, Steve Brown, 2 year varsity goalie
Mike Alberts, Forward Paul Neilson,
halfback Brent Chapman. and Jamie
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4. 1984 Varsity Soccer Team!!
5. Robert Wittenburg pushes his opponent away
telling him he's not that kind of guy.
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This years Girls soccer team had a
strong returning team. Being that the
team has only been alive for 5 seasons,
they have improved considerably over
the years. This years team came back
strong with forwards Kelly Kunota and
Jenny Hill. Back on the defense they had
standout Katie Betencourt and Stacy
Hedgepeth in the midfield. This season
the team might not of had a very good
record, but their spirits were high.
l. Stacy Hedgpeth with the fast break.
2. Cathy Coatney shows that girls have power too.
3. Page Palmer casually dribbles past the other
4. Kelly Kubota shows what incredible speed she
is of 1' Q1
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Front row Cleft to rightj Shari Breganti, Julie Dickson, Anaa Glassi. Kelley Kubota. Stacey Hedgpath. Ami Marinelli
ClVIiddle rowj Jenny Hill, Cathy Coatney, Beverly Trengrove, Karin Lt1ikart,StaCeyCronk.Monica Kerby lBaek rowl
Anna Tritenbaeh. Page Palmer, Katie Betteneourt. Alex Benidiek. Shannon Ziel.
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I. Eric Swc-tland stalks his Santa Cruz opponent.
Z, Brennan Leighton lacklcs his opponcni.
3. The 198-1 Mariner Wrcslling Team
4, Dan Watson pins his Sama Cruz opponent.
5. Eric Swetland lakcs his opponcm down for thc
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League Record I-4
inned to a Di appointing Season
The wrestlers had a disappointing sea-
son. finishing the year with a l-4 record.
Despite of individuals on the squad.
Mariners faced trouble with every team
in the league excluding Harbor due to the
lack ofdepth and experience on the team.
Outstanding players for the Mariners
were Eric Swetland, who finished first in
league finals and fifth in CCS and Danny
Watson, who placed third in league finals
and eighth in CCS. With many talented
young members, Coach Gordon Leigh-
ton has hopes for a strong squad next
lst row tl to rj: Vince Rodriguez. Dean ltchykawa.
Tara Lyric. Mike Megummy. Scott Fiorawich. An-
thony Anderson. Ted Pervin. 2nd row: Licm. Peter
Lee. Jesse Baldwin. Peter Dailey, Mark Tretenbach,
John Fernandez. Erin Syrals. Chris Earls. 3rd Row:
Coach Gordon Leighton. Gabriel Saia. Eric Swet-
land. Brian Evet. Vincent Campanely. Brent Gin-
gerey. Brennan Leight. Dan Watson. Tony Harmer.
l. Chris "Fuzzy" Howells warms up during prac-
2. Mark Peck takes batting practice.
3. Brent Chapman handles a groundcr, Mike Tolah
backs him up.
Coach Barrington expects another win-
ning season for his Mariner ball team
with many talented returning players.
Bryan Holt will be manning the
mound with Craig Williams and Chris
Howells operating as the human vacum
cleaners in the in-field. Brent Chapman
will be patrolling the outfield for the
Mariners. Glen Sugimoto, Bryan Holt,
Brent Chapman, Dan Watson, Craig Wil-
liams and Chris Howells will be the big
bats in the Mariner offense.
Top row: Craig Williams. Aaron Sirles,
Erik Ewbanks, Robin Martindale, Mark
Peck, Chris 'fFuzzy', Howells, Andy
Sloane, Ronnie Micelli, Steve Martin,
Kevin Mc Anerney. Mike Totah, Greg
Garbo, Brian, Joe Khalid, Warren Holt,
Mike 'fPachae" Pace, Brent Chapman,
Syran '4Stickman,' Holt, Glen Sugimoto,
Dan Watson, New Guy, James Hagen.
5. Robin Martindale, Greg Garbo, James Hagen,
and Craig Williams take a break from practice while
Joe Khalid wishes he was on the team.
6. Glen Sugimoto loosens up before practice.
7. Mike Pace gives a batting lesson to a couple ofhis
This years J .V. baseball team has
hopes of doing well. This is the second
year coach Bill Burner has been here and
thinks they have a good chance of getting
at least second place in the SCCAL cham-
pionships. This years Prize players are
Neal Street, Miles Littel, Matt Reade
and Doug Rank.
First Row: Neil Street. Milcs Little. Trekkor Wills.
Scott Winslow. Gcoffe Sacconc. David Schofield.
Doug Rank. Back Row: Riv Accioli. Craig Sugi-
moto. Matt Reade. Derek Fischer. Carl Purusna.
Greg Rocha. Jordan Olivoer. Colby Reade. Jim
The Boys Swimming team is improv-
ing every year. This year they are fortu-
nate enough to have returning: Clark
Bloom, John Woolsey, Greg Grabost
and Tom Sydes. New additions to the
team that look very promising are An-
thony Lax and Matt Henne.
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Bloom. Ruhit Sing, lan Gordan. Matt Jenkins,
John Woolsey, David Wooleson. Front Row:
George Miller. Kirk Hirano, Bob Bulgauski, Matt
Henne, David McGillicudy, Anthony Lax, Greg
Grabost, Phill Hamlet.
1, Carl Purusna hits the ball to center field during
2. Miles Littel keeps his eye on the ball.
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This years varsity team is pretty young.
It consists of two seniors, two juniors
with the rest being sophomores and fresh-
man. The best all around player is senior,
Tara Lock-Padden. Other stand out play-
ers are: senior Becky Buldo, and juniors
Laura Fennel and Karen Anderson who
have been on the varsity team since their
freshmen year. With such an outstanding
lineup, the Mariner girls expect to have a
The junior varsity team looks very
promising this year. The players, ability
is outstanding. nThere is a good crop of
Freshmen this year," says Ms. Bowden.
Some of the really good players are Dian
Long and Trisha Castro, who are pitch-
ers, Angie Sanders and Christina Bur-
Row 1. Stephanie Von Valokis, Tara Lock-Padden,
Stacey Hedgepeth, Jenny Proudfoot, Renee Rob-
erts. Row 2: Dena Bothwell, Mara Large, Tracy Cas-
tro, Jody Greninger, Jennette Anderson, Amy Bett-
lincourt, Ann Marie Ramous, Angie Sanders, Lili
Herrera, Kathleen Urbanic, Row 3: Michelle Mose-
ley, Sherri Abernathy, Kuistin Burkett, Gina Jen-
sen, Dian Long, Julie McKinsey, Jennifer Thomas.
l. Shephanie Von Valockis uses her quick thinking
to get the girl out on second base.
2, Tibor Schoenfeld shows Angie Sanders where to
run for the play.
3. Miss Bowden tells it how it is.
4. Trisha Castro speeds the ball in on a cut off
5. Stacey Hedgepeth covers the ball while Christin
Burkett hopes that she misses it.
Tracing it to a tee. the 83-84 golf team
looked good. Coaehed by Mr. Mikaelsen.
the team played to its best ability. There
is a lot to know about golf: like most
sports. it takes a lot of dedication and
enthusiasm. A person can't pick up a golf
club and hit the course. You must prac-
tice until that bogey on the fifth hole be-
comes a par. and that par becomes a bird-
ie on at least one hole on the back nine.
Until one day an eagle comes into play.
and with that putt you sink it.
1. Dan Kamalani perfeets his putt.
2. Bret Bivins takes his time and does it
3. "Silenee." says Grant Smith. you'll
ruin my concentrationf'
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5. Jeff Miles uses uses his determination
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Top row: Dennis Meliiernan, Carl Worden,
Chase Norlin, Pat Lesp, Robert Wickwire, Da-
vid Butcher, Chris Eddy, Tim Fitzbuck, Brad
Bradstreet, Jon Lundstedt, Dan Schwaub, Jeff
Gempler, Chris McKiernan, Gary Cooper,
Coach Townsend, Bottom Row: Matthew Gray,
Mark Vierra, Joel Brunk, Brian Spence, Chris
Earls, Kevin Davis, Kevin Frank, Adam Bish-
The boy's tennis team was a young
and talented group this year. They
worked very hard in order to improve
their skills. Their skills proved impor-
tant in the SCCAL Championships.
This season there were two juniors, six
sophomores, and one freshman on the
. Robert Wickwire makes his move.
. Chris Mc Kiernan swings away.
. Gary Cooper goes for a score.
. Don Wickwire swings at the ball.
The Track team had many outstanding
people, including Diane Kitayama,
Kathy Kitayama, and Jessica Johnson.
New standouts were Lorna Thomson and
Danielle Kamian. Standouts forthe boys
were Brent Pierce, John Rhodas, and
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gela Ponzini. Michelle. Karen Anderson. Kelli
O'Mahony. Danielle Kamian. Susan McCawley.
Kenny Tindall. Second Row: Diane Kitayama.
Cheryl Tupper. Jennifer Poodry, Stacy Dean. Laura
Jilka. Staci Blanton, Sara Black. Aaron Sobieski.
Third Row: Vic Polverino. Mark Tritenbach. Paul
Treseler, Mike Alberts. Andrew Dorosin. David
Homer. Tim Eberhart. John Rhodas. Coach Bill
Warmcrdam. Back Row: Dan Gil. Jamie O'Ma-
hony. Shawn Ferron. Scott Lisea. Brent Pierce. Ju-
linian Gonzalez. Gordon Farquharson, Roger Up-
ton, John Garcia. Brent Gingery. Steven Brown.
Richard Bole. Dan Kamalani. Martin Gill. Coach
l. What a jump!
2. Brent Pierce sets the pace.
3. Brent Pierce practices his starts.
4. A step ahead is Lorna Thomson.
5. Coach Warmerdam checks out the track.
6. Gordie Holbert puts his all into throwing the
l, Sharing their thoughts. Mike Munoz and Nick
Anderson help put together the Sandseript.
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Under the supervision of Mr. Keller
this years Marching Band has got off to a
good start. On October 2 the band attend-
ed the annual Martineli Apple Festival,
and tood 3rd. On October 9th the March-
ing Band took first at the Seaside Parade.
In Surf City they took 2nd in division, at
Pacific Grove they took 3rd in division
and 4th overall in percussion.
Row l: Timothy Haydon, James Hagan, Debrah Winter, Cindy Hester, Ken Wollesen. Paul Jones, Gar
Bowen Row 2: Carol Ponso, Renee Roberts, Kendall Carr, Erin Doyle, Michelle Henley, Elias Xanthus, Jennj
Lind, Kathryn Richardson, Mr. Keller Row 3: CeCe Specht, Amy Bettencourt, Leslie Anderson, Joy Taylor
Jennifer Proudfoot, Sherri Ayers, Chris Earls, Brian Charters, Carrie Specht. Row 4: David Valdez, Kin
Eabry, Greg Hagen, Kenny Friedmann, Kalle Hoffman, Trekkor Wills, Liz Lindauer, Nancy Boone. Row 5
Michelle Tarsky, Suzanna Johnson, Patricia Walker, Chrissy Johnson, Dustti Jensen. Not Pictured: Richarc
Albrecht, Joy Baugher, Adam Beach, Katie Bettencourt, Bill Charman, Robin Daly, Tyla Gregg, Geordit
Holbert, Alan LaJoie, Philip McCarten, Donny McCaslin, Rudy Morales, Karen Nowark, Melanie Olsen
Todd Roush, Risa Schwartz
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l. All dressed up and nowhere to go, are Carrie
2. After making a touchdown the band strikes up a
4. Practicing for the Christmas assembly, Jazz Band
members are hard at work.
5. This could be a little more exciting, Debrah Winter
thinks to herself
Band is no pushover though. They
practice every day, playing their instru-
ments while marching to and from the
field. Standouts in the band have been,
Carrie and CeCe Specht for 2nd in drums
at the Watsonville Festival.
Row 1: Donny McCaslin, Dave Valdez, Geordie Holbert, Elias Xanthus, Adam Beach Row 2: Trekkor
Wills, Rob Dickson, Nancy Boone, Warren Schwartz Row 3: Rick Albrecht, Tyla Gregg, Greg Hagen,
Dennis McKiernan Row 4: Jon Dryden, Ted Crotwell, Bill Charman, Joe Hester, Karen Nowark, Gary
Bowen, Ken Wollesen.
While taking on the challenges of
Marching Band, Mr. Keller has also been
very successful over the past few years
with Jazz Band. This year wasnlt any ex-
ception. After winning in June, the Jazz
Band was invited back to the Monterey
Jazz Festival. Last Year's big talk was
Don Mc Caslin for his performance with
the sax. This yearls bass player, Joe Les-
ter, won a scholarship to a music camp
called Meadowood. On November 19
they got a superior rating when they per-
formed at Foothill College. Aptos is
proud to have such an acknowledged
This year we only have one choir be-
cause the program got cut back to one
section. Everybody hopes that next year
they will have two sections for more ad-
vanced students. Choir is open to any-
one, but this year there is a small amount
of students. Considering the few stu-
dents. they are very enthusiastic. They
have a good variety of new members as
well as old members. In December. they
did a Christmas concert on the fifteenth.
which included a candle light procession.
They also did some caroling around the
school. Some ofthe members participat-
ed in the CCS festival, they were also in-
cluded in the CCSjazz honor choir. That
was real special because students from all
over the county try out for this and only a
limited number ofstudents make it. This
year is Miss Bosworth's first year here.
Before coming here. she taught at a high
school in the midwest for three years.
One new addition this year is a girls
choir. that meets after school.
l. Choir members warm up their vocal cords.
2. Jennifer Travis leads the bunny hop.
3. Paul Marinelli remembers he has a UN meeting
at lunch which he is missing.
5. lVIr. Teastand gives us his best James Dean look.
Left to right lrow lj Todd Burkett, lan Cooke, Ei- Shawn Frary, Kevin Donahue, Paul Marinelli Crow
leen Manning. Katy Kidwell frow 23 Steve Lewis, 35 David Rank, Mr. Teastand, Jarvis Allen
The UN club CUnited Nationsj has to
act, or pretend as if they are from other
nations. They meet up with other schools
and discuss different topics such as:
World problems, use of orbit space, the
rights of political prisoners, and others.
They travel quite a lot too. Sometimes
they are gone for days. One of their trips
was to Berkeley for three days. They did
some discussing but said it was mostly
fun. This year UN is representing Jama-
cia and Sweden. Allin all, they have alot
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Theater At Aptos High
The Theater Arts Department have been
putting on great performances thoughout
the years with this year as no exception.
ln January theater students presented
"The Crucible" by Arthor Miller. which
delt with the Salem Witch Trials in 1692.
killing over I9 innosent people because
they were accused of being witches. The
drama department once again put on a
excellent spring performance with their
hard work and dedication. It seems this
years performances were again a success.
I Andrew Singleton and Steve Peno dicuss the trial
of his poor wife Elizabeth who has been accused of
being a witch.
2 Michelle Welk and Erin Doyle trying to control
eachother with Valerie Marcus standing close be-
3 Andrew Singleton tries to think of a way to get
Abigail to confess the truth.
4 Shawna Franks and Valerie Marcus amazed that
their good friends Erin Doyle and Michelle Welk
5 Chad Silva looks into the distance to remember
6 Erik Hansen and Jimmie Markle very discour-
aged to learn of their wives being put in jail for
being accused of witches.
7 Michelle Welk and Andrew Singleton show their
real feelings for eachother.
8 Shawna Franks and Michelle Welk pray that
their good friend Erin Doyle gets over her illness.
9 Chad Silva tries to figure out what has caused the
uproar in the little town of Salem.
ut To Lunch Production
OTLP is an organization that lets the stu-
dents enjoy lunch hour more by letting
them choose what music should be
played. The music interest in this school
ranges from Country to New Wave.
OTLP lets the students learn about the
school stereo and choose the music by
personal preference. They have monthly
meetings in which the members choose
the days they are going to play their mu-
sic. Anbody can join. The members real-
ly take care ofthe stereo and besides that,
they have a lot of fun.
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Row l: Scott Tamasen. Mike Hunter. Andy Miller.
Bill Charman. Mr. Riorden. Chris Charman Row 2:
Buffy Burdette. .lohn Vcyscy. Kier Anderson.
Frank Dlott. Renee Fassbinker. Junearo Langrebe.
Row 3: Todd Smitherum. Adam Johnson. Erid
Hansen. Mara Large. Robin Morales. Valerie Mar-
cus. Leisa Baird. Row 4: Jon James. Erik Corder.
David Rank. Jarvis Allen Top: Erik Roush
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l. Setting up the speakers isjust one ofthe many
things in OTLP that Scott Tamasen does.
2. Matt Nowark makes last minute adjust-
3. OTLP Members.
4. As Upper patio enjoys the music that OTLP
providesg they talk about the sucess of speech
members Kirsten Hilbert and Cece Specht.
5. Speech Club Members.
The Aptos Speech Club and Speech
Team is affiliated with the National
?orensic League CN.F.L.J Club mem-
Jers participate by interpreting and
sometimes writing their own speeches
it league tournaments. This years
Speech team is a small one but as
nighty as usual. Competeing with
iundreds of other high school stu-
ients from all over the state and some-
.imes country, they have done well.
Sompetitions take them to Berkeley,
Stockton and Gilory. They practice
iramatic or humerous or other pieces
n various catagories. They have a lot
nf fun, you can learn a lot and even
Speech Club at AHS
Row 1: Shauna Lindahl, Kirsten Hilbert, Michelle
Welk, Cece Specht, Kristen Alberts, Stacy Arono-
vice Row 2: Buffy Burdette, Kelly Alberts, Chad
Silva, Todd Downing, David Beach
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS
1. Michael Stolle, from Germany, will
be visiting for one year. When asked
what he liked about the U.S., he re-
2. Stephanie Krieger, from Germany,
will be visiting for one year. When
asked what she likes about the U.S.,
she replied, "I like the school, the peo-
ple, and the weather."
3. Nina Ansari, from Pakistan, will be
visiting for one school year. When
asked what she likes about the U.S.,
she replied, 'SI like the school."
4. Junko Kato and Yoshie Ishiguro, from
Japan, were asked what they liked about
the U.S. They both replied, "I like the
people." Junko will be visiting for one
year and Yoshie for four months.
5. Daisaku Kaneko fnot picturedj, from
Japan, will be visiting for one year.
6. Maria Svensson Knot picturedj, from
Sweden, will be visiting for two years.
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The American Field Service is a world-
wide organization oriented towards send-
ing students to foreign countries where
there are high school. AFS members are
students who are interested in experienc-
ing different cultures. In a members Ju-
nior year, one may apply to go to a for-
eign country of hisfher choice, Once a
member is accepted, hefshe may go to the
country ofhisfher choice for one summer
or one year. The AFS Club meets once
every other week to plan fund raisers
such as raffles and candy sales. The club
also acts as a host for AFS students visit-
ing this country.
A perfect example of an AFS student
visiting this country is Vesna Kirincic.
Vesna is visiting from Yugoslavia for one
year. When Vesna was asked how she
liked it here, she replied, ul like the
change. Yugoslavia is so different from
Three perfect examples of students
from Aptos High that will be going
abroad to foreign countries are Marianne
Brokaw, Bill Charman, and Ted
Crotwell. Marianne, who graduated last
year, will be leaving for Uruguay for one
year. Bill, who has been accepted, is un-
sure where he will be visiting. Ted, who
has also been accepted, is also unsure
where he will be visiting but is hoping
that he will be going to either Spain or
Front Row-Amy Bierman, Susan Welch, Kathleen
Urbanic. Back Row-Jon Keller.
8, Bill Charman and Ted Crotwell discuss AFS dur-
9. Visna Kirincic, from Yugoslavia. will be visiting
for one year. When asked what she liked most about
the U.S. she replied , UI like the change."
The California Scholarship Federation
was organized to recognize and promote
scholarship endeavors among high
school students. CSF honors those stu-
dents who have achieved highly in aca-
demics and who are honorable citizens.
CSF members receive recognition while
in high school and become eligible for
many college and university scholarships
throughout the United States if minimal
requirements are met. These require-
ments include keeping a high grade point
Front Row-Kathleen Urbanic. Natasha Orlins, Ro-
salee Pfister, Warren Holt. Diane Kitayama, Nicole
Kamian, Kelley Kubota, Robin Martindale. Katy
Kidwell, Second Row-Varena Waleski, Eric Hen-
ning. Pete Bamford. Jon Lundstedt. Debbie Mea-
cham. Patti Parnell, Eileen Manning. Scott Ikeda.
Kevin Davis. Back Row-Jon Keller. Gloria
Wenger. Anna Marhcnke. Tricia Allen. Jackie
Ayers. Nancy Boone. Kathryn Richardson. Susan
Brown. Chris Reber. Sharon Bonnema.
BU I ESS CLUB
The Business Club at Aptos High is
where you want to go if you want to learn
about the business world or talk about
current business. The Business Club or-
ganizes fund raisers for business scholar-
ships and field trips to various busin-
esses. Learning a great deal, the club
members have fun while working togeth-
er as a group.
Business Club members:
Front Row-Darius Englen, Mr. Tanimoto, Andi
Bauer, Leanne Shore, Laura Janiec, Kathryn Rich-
ardson, Deardra Englen, Leslie Imlay. Back Row-
Mrs. Salyer, Jenny Farley, Debbie Diran, Tammy
Brazelton, Cyndi Hessler, Mr. Bruce, Kathy Long,
The main purpose ofthe Ski Gulls as a
club is skiing. The Ski Gulls consists of
beginner through expert skiers. The club
is open to any student that desires to par-
ticipate on any of the ski trips. The club
activities include organizing ski trips.
showing ski films, and teaching general
care of equipment. The Ski Gulls travel
to such resorts as Sierra Ski Ranch.
Squaw Valley. and Kirkwood. The nor-
mal ski trip is two days. Members ofthe
club have always enjoyed the trips pro-
vided for them by Ski Gullsz two fun-
filled days of skiing and having good
times with friends.
Ski Gull members:
Peter Alaga. Ami Allen. Staci Barsi. Katie Bartle-
baugh. Katie Betteneourt. Gary Bowen. Kristen
Burns. Peter Cervantes. Deann Daniel. Deanne
Dawson. Scott Deason. Josh Dellar. Chris Eddy.
Jon Engelund. Dale Fendorf Scott Fiorovich.
Nordy Frentz. Finney Gilbert. Anne Gleeson. Jeff
Gray. Matt Gray. Debbie Hammond. Vicki Ham-
mond. Scott Holland. Darin Homer, David
Homer. Jon James. Kurt Jennings. Jeb Johnson.
Russell Johnston. Danielle Kamian. Nieole Ka-
mian. John Keller. Elizabeth Keyser, Shannon
Kies, Diane Kitayama. Kelley Kubota. Mara Large.
John Lauranee. Jenny Lind. Miles Littell. Laura
Ludeman. Brian Lusher. Karen Lyng. Jay Marek.
Ernest Marhenke. Amy Marinelli. Chris Marrell.
Steve Martin. Susan McCawley. Lori McElroy.
Yona Miller. Walter Moody. Michelle Moseley.
Todd Nelson. Chase Norlin. Jeff Norris. Michele
Pauly. Jennifer Poodry. David XL Karen Pope. Craig
Robinson, Jon Roth. Dawn Rucker. Steve Schuy-
ler, Will Shuirman. Alexander Skelton. Aaron So-
bieski. JoAnn Sparks. Shelly Stewart. Steve Sulli-
van. Teri Taylor. Tony Taylor. Sandy Thirup.
Cyndi Tomlinson. Traci Tomlinson. Cheryl Tup-
per. David Valdez. Stephanie Vomvolakis. Martin
Last year Young Life grew to be one of
the most popular. and certainly one of
the most fun on campus. This year led by
leaders known only as Kathy. Steve.
Lori. Todd. Jackie. Betsy. and Chris.
Young Life has grown to be the largest
and most enjoyable club. Young Life has
no president. secretary. or treasurer. yet
is a nationwide organization encouraging
student participation in all it's many ac-
tivities. Young Life has been a place and
time for students to break away from the
world's standards, and let their hair
down in good. clean fun. A Christ orient-
ed group. Young Life includes singing.
dancing. screaming. and praying.
What's Young Life?
It can only be experienced!
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l, Part of Young Lite at a meeting.
2. Martin Gil can't wait to dive into his books
3, Everyone enjoys a little singing,
This year Block MA" really plans to
iave a good year. Under the supervi-
iion of Mr. Lynch, the club plans to
iave two major fund raisers. The first
ine will be for the football team and
he second for the cheerleaders. They
go to the businesses in the area and get
ids for the programs they sell at the
Block G' M
Row l: Terri Taylor, Diane Kitayama, Steve Mar-
tin. Lori McElroy. Kelley Kubota. Page Palmer,
Elizabeth Keyser Row 2: Scott Holland. Robert
Wall, Warren Holt, Varena Walewski, Katie Betten-
court. Daniel Kamian. Sandy Brown Row 3: Robin
Martindale, Kathy Kitayama. Natasha Orlins. Jeff
Miles. John Lundsted, Frank Lynch.
Row 1: Sally Green, Jodi Meyers, Deb-
bie Heffernan, Tori McAdams, Kelly
Clifton, Lisa Hughes, Stacey Hedgpeth,
Row 2: Joann Sparks, Jill Chase, Melin-
da Hietala, Max Marker, Carol Cane,
Sally Stoike, Maria Sveneen Row 3: Mr.
Fiechner, Micheal Overson, Nina West-
fall, Kristen Smith, Kathryn Richard-
son, Tim Washington.
Key Club is a nation-wide organization
sponsored by the Kiwanis. Key Club In-
ternational is a service committee made
up ofvolunteers from schools around the
country. The club is supported by the
Freedom Kiwanis and supervised by Mr.
Fietchner. This years club has their
hands full with many activities dealing
with the community.
6. Jeff Miles and Jon Lunstedt discuss block A,
Block Key Club-165
The Chess Club is one ofthe new clubs
here at Aptos High. The club was started
by President, Grant Newman and Vice
President, Akim Provatakes. The Chess
Club meets every Thursday and Friday
to play chess for fun and to practice their
strategies. This years chess team partici-
pated in the National Chess Tourna-
ment, traveling all over northern Califor-
nia competing against other school.
Row l: Rodney Miller. Grant Newman. CJ Rogers
Row 2: Ed Bumgarner. Annette Corbcau. Kathryn
Richardson. Shelli Kuenstler. Akim Provatakis.
Aptos Highs' clubs are regulated by
one club. ICC. Inter Club Council is a
club composed of one represenative from
every "money makingw organization on
campus. The main purpose of ICC is to
make sure no two fundraisers conflict
with one another. Also, the needs and
interest brought to the attention of ICC
serves as a club organizer.
Row 1: Natasha Orlins, Michelle Welk, Kelley Ku-
bota. Elizabeth Kessar. Row 2: Kathryn Richard-
son, John Keller, Steve Brown.
3. Steve Brown and Natasha Orlins discuss upcom-
ing events for ICC.
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Row l: Susan Bosworth. Tim Cuneo Row 2: Cin- 3: Carolyn Jamison. Ellen Bencangy. Shawn Ben-
dy Zerboni. Richard Fiechtner. Ann Miller Row jamin. Kelli O'Mahony. Sam Powell. Ron Har
Responsible for the priortizing and dis-
tribution of a State grant of nearly
590,000 each year to improve school pro-
grams, the Site Council, also known as
S.I.P. tSchool Improvement Programj
had a tough job. They decide which
school programs should acquire what
amount of money. Although Site Council
tries their best to be fair with grant mon-
ey, some programs will still suffer be-
cause ofthe lack of funds available. The
job often seems tough, but the qualilifed
members do the job well. Some of the
programs that Site Council will be work-
ing with deal aid to the Learning Re-
source Center and Computer Math.
These are two areas that the council feels
are of great need. Another area is that of
Staff Development Program. This would
help with bussing, Department service
and other office related projects.
l. To the people involved it's not all fun and games,
3. Shawn Benjamin and Kelly O'lVIah0ny work
hard at the figures.
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Junior Statesman of America was
formed by students many years ago. In
the fall they have a political convention
in San Francisco and another convention
in spring in Sacramento. They debate
such things as the nuclear freeze, abor-
tion, drinking age, etc. Both conventions
take in about fifteen hundred students
and are entirely run by students them-
selves. This years club includes Bane Gat-
zert. as president, Scott Holland, as Vice
President. Tami Gamblin as treasurer,
and Kyle Register, as photographer. Ju-
nior of America's main concern is to get
young students oftoday active in politics
Front Row- Amy Bierman. Rosalee Pfis-
ter. Jodi Myers. Chris Howells. Lisa
Hughes. Jenny Hill. Teri-lee Taylor. Kel-
ley Kubota. Lori McElroy. Diane Ki-
tayama. Eileen Manning. Katy Kidwell.
Second Row- Kelly Clifton. Dana Cezar.
Cindy Zerboni. Jenny Miller. Michelle
Carini. Tom Newton. Akim Provatakis,
Sally Green. Kelly O'Mahony. Mike Al-
berts. Scott Holland. Robert Wall, Robin
Martindale. Third Row- Debbie Heffer-
nan. Tori McAdams. Tami Gamblin, Joy
Taylor. Dyan Dalton. Shelley Kuenstler.
Katie Bettencourt. Page Palmer. Jenny
Lind. Martin Gill. Justin Bullion. Scott
Lisea. Back Row- Steye Martin. Warren
Holt. Jeff Lundsoed. JeffMiles. Don Bar-
stad. Jeff Gempler. Miles Calkins. Erin
Fry. CJ Rogers.
The Albatross has worked hard this
year. correcting and improving the qual-
ity ofour school paper. Some believe it
has been the best year yet in the history of
the Albatross. The staffis kept busy writ-
ing. graphing. typing and collecting arti-
cles and pictures. The class demands
hard work and a lot of after-school time
put in. This year's staffwas busy in their
dedication and led by advisor Mrs. Rank,
deyeloped a perfectionist attitude.
l. Being on the Albatross staffinvolvcs a lot ofhard
work for Robert Wall.
2. Writing articles is only a fraction ofthe work for
3. Mrs. Rank helps the class develop a perfectionist
4. There is little time for talk while Mike Hunter
has an article to write. but after the work is done. , .
5. Scott Lisea and Crystal Gattey help each other
correct the articles they're preparing,
6, Patti Parnell is busy with her dedication of re-
porting to the class.
7. With the work done and the paper fresh offthe
press. Andy Miller takes a break.
A Year To Remember . . .
Thanks to Student Government 1983-
84 has been a year we will not soon forget.
Starting the list of major events was the
first dance of the 83-84 year on Septem-
ber 9th. Soon after came the ASB card
sale and a host of spirited rallies. Above
all who can forget the first annual Home-
coming Bar B Q, rent a freshman day,
and the other various activities put on
this school year. Student Government
also sponsored the Winter Ball on De-
Spring includes such events as the Ju-
niorfSenior Ball, school dances and
many more spring activities.
aid the community, donated canned
foods the underprivileged, and volun-
teered for the Blood Bank.
mote pride in our school and communi-
ty. With their hard work and effort school
is much more memorable and enjoyable.
we say it was a job well done!
Student Government, in an effort to
This organization has helped to pro-
To the people in Student Government t
Row l: Matt Weaver. Mary Garcia. Athena Clark.
Sherry Abernethy. Michele Mosley. Micah Stevens.
Row 2: Kelly O'Mahony. .lill Cupps, Cheryl Mai-
toza. Kelli Clifton, Tori McAdams. Jennifer
Poodry. Row 3: Nicole Kamian. John James. Diane
Kitayama. Karalee Sringer. Michelle Anderson.
Shannon Bonnema. Row 4: Stacy Barsi. Shelly
Stewart. Ron Mieeli. Karen Anderson. Susan
McCauly. Linda Powell. Laura Ludeman. Grant
Smith, Row 5: Pat Newell. Shannon Holcomb.
Rcene Fassbinder. Sabrina Okinioto. Karen Pope.
Susan Wise, Holly Furlanic. Crystal Gattey: Row 6:
Mr. Barrington. Arlene MaeTavish. Chris Howells.
Toni Newton. Nich Anderson. Dan Watson. Brent
Chapmen. Michelle Crawford. Chris Burke.
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l. President: Dan Watson
3. Viee President: Chris Howells
4. Secretary: Diane Kitayama
5. Treasure: Ron Nlieelli
6. Class Presidents: Freshman. Matt Weaver. Soph-
omore. Kelly Clifton, Junior. .Ion James. Senior.
7. Thanks to ASB everyone. including some Fresh-
men. enjoyed the Winter Ball.
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l Katie Bartlebaugh works hard getting her layouts
2 Advisor Pezzoni and Terri Cookson find just the
right picture for a sports layout.
Sandscript Staff Top Row QL-RJ Steve
Brown. Nick .Anderson
Middle Row: Terri Cookson. Kim Dray.
.Iackic Ayers. Del Pezzoni. Mike Munoz.
.lenniter Palmieri. Shari Spichtig
Bottom Row: Katie Bartlebaugh. Kim-
berly Miles. Tim Washington. Rosalee
Pfister. Crystal Gattcy. Natasha Orlins,
Karen Pope. Yvette Noble
Editor-In-Chief: Natasha Orlins
Production Editor: Jackie .Ayers
Layout Editor: Rosalee Pfister
Copy Editor: Steve Brown
Advisor: Del Pezzoni
4. Jennifer Palmieri and Mike Munoz type up the
finishing touches for the deadline in January.
5. Natasha Orlins and Rosalee Pfister add their
own ideas to the yearbook.
The Sandscript Staff agrees this year has
been a great year for the i983-1984 year-
book. We had a excellent staff that
worked yery hard to make this yearbook
a great success. It took a lot ofdedication
and time to put out a good yearbook. It
took a lot of time after school working
late at night and on weekends to meet
deadlines. It all seems worth it now.
The Sandscript Staff worked well to-
gether through all the rough times and
made the yearbook a worth while project.
With the cooperation of the yearbook
staff we tried our best to make this year-
book the greatest it has ever been. The
Sandscript Staffreally had their work cut
out for them this year. Thank You All.
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Vice Principal Vice Principal Vice Principal Outside Work Experience Nurse Registrar
This will be Mr. Cuneo last year at Ap-
tos. Mr. Cuneo will become Assintant Su-
perintendent Instruction. As for all the
vice principals they will remain in their
positions. Aptos High will be looking fo-
ward to their new leader ofthe A-Team,
someone to do as well as Mr. Cuneo has
done with this school.
1. As Mr. Neilsen tries to count to five, he gets stuck
2. Mr. Cuneo is upset to leave the school, but Danny
Watson assures him that he will try to be as good of
a principal as Mr. Cuneo was.
3. G? No, G.T.E., replies Yvette Noble.
4. Miss Hawkins asks "Why don't I have a secre-
5. Rose Young is caught trying to get her morning
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largie Zanotto- Jean Laurits Betty Lawence Hazel Marshall Rexie Watts Rose Young
Hemeon Principal's Secretary Data Processing Attendence Secretary Secretafy
Adminstration- l 75
You might be wondering why we have
two new counselors this year. well. won-
der no more. First of all our OWEfROP
counselor retired so there was a position
to he filled. Mrs. Danno took thatjob. so
nou she works part time as a counselor
and part time as the OWE counselor. Mr.
Nielson is now the assistant principal
and the ROP counselor. This left an
opening fora full time counselor. which
led to the hiring of Bonnie Wendt, a new
addition to Aptos. who has a background
as a Psychologist in the district. In Octo-
lver Patti Hawkins met with the School
Board and presented to them the infor-
mation tltat counselors could provide
students at a ratio of 500 students to l
counselor or at 40031. The Board ap-
proved a new ratio of400: l. This created
zt lr time counseling position. which Mr.
Elgin has filled.
l. Look mom. no cavities thinks Mr. Barrington.
2. Sam Powell asks Carola Wolfgang, "What hap-
pened to your foot?" Lanae Bennet wonders whats
3. "What now?" thinks Bonnie Wendt.
ur Helpful fiend
4. Blake Miller hears the familiar beebing sound
which draws the attention to Charlene Kannely.
5. "Which should I look under. the author or the
name of the book?,' thinks Leshea Harton.
6. Mr. Becker at his second home.
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Paul Barrington Charlotte Danno Walt Elgen
Activities Director Counselor CounslerfS.S.
arolyn Jamison Sam Powell Peter Prindle
CounslingfSIP Campus Super Counsler
Reports. Reports. when will they ever
stop? The problems ofa high school stu-
dent neyer end. especially with the con-
tinuous work load of homework. not to
mention Finals. Thanks to our 3 special
librarians we can always depend on them
to help us through these times. They are
Of course we didn't always go to the
library for homework. but just to laugh
and talk. This didn't last long. Mr.
Becker was always there to "shh" us. but
that was his job. and it was only forthe
consideration ofthe other students. who
wanted to study. Whatever reason you
had for coming into the library. l'm sure
you'll agree we had some terrihc librar-
ians. lfyou hayen't discovered this quiet
place yet. try it-you'll like it.
ll very specialized cafeteria ladies are
constantly at work preparing food for our
tummies. From early in the morning. till
late into the afternoon they are busy. Not
only do they bake those famous einni-
mon rolls. a delicious breakfast. but they
don't stop Cooking until break is over.
and then lunch. Behind all of this good
cooking is the Head Honeho. Madeline
Fioilla. who keeps the ball rolling. She
doesiftjust eook. but she supervises too.
l. "Lay down that tray or I'll shoot!" says Bob
2. 'Now where did I put that reeipe'?' thinks Bonnie
3. Our Cafeteria Staff? Back row. Pat Ole, Dorothy
Elmer, Elenor Murphy, Beverly Berti, Doris Oster-
2nd Row: Gerry Timberlake, Nita Fry, Madelne Fior-
illa, lst Row: Bonnie Orton, Linda Tindall, Linda Ri-
beiro, Ann Frank.
4. "Now, what was your question?" says Mrs. Miller to
Dorthy Elmer Ann Frank
ur elping Hand
Nita Fry Gerry Timberlake Linda Tindall
Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria
A lot of people at this school aren't
familiar with a very important place.
What is this placc'? Well. it's the LRC.
which is not only available ifyou get be-
hind in a class. but for other necessitites.
One would be that you can get all the
information you need for the PSAT.
SATA and the ACH tests. which can be
terribly useful for those people who are
preparing for college. Ann Miller doesn't
just have study guides for tests. but indi-
v idual attention to help you when your
lost. or from falling behind in a class.
There is also special. alternative studying
sources such as slide shows. tapes. and
individual attention. which can broaden
your learning in a particular subject. or
just to catch up in a class.
5. "Oh, I can't seem to remember liow to work this
dumb computer." thinks Alejandro Rocha.
From working with plants out in the
garden to working with chemicals in
C'lieniistry. our Science department is
ii ide ranged. While niost ofthe students
take Biology. it is also interesting to get
into other sciences. You can learn some
things that 5ou thought were unreal!
l. Bob Geockerman about to head the troops down
to the garden.
2. Deanne Dawson says, "I use Loreal because I'm
3. Mr. DeSalzar laughs when Caryn Limberatos
asks for an A.
Richard Fiechtner Bob Goeckerniann Barbara Leighton Elsye Beaver Don Brown
Biology Garden Science! Human Biology! Anat.!Physiol. Math Math
The math department at our school is
pretty advanced. We go from Basic Math
to Calculas. Some ofthe students are de-
termined to learn. For instance. our Cal-
culas class starts at 7:30 in the morning
just so they can learn enough to pass the
Adyanced Placement test for college
credits. Now that's determination!
4 Mr. Kamian welcomes you!
5 Looks like Roger Waddel has Pac-Man Fever.
6 "lsn't this insane?!" asksMr. Smith.
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mes Chadbourn Geoge Kamian Thoma Mitchell Gary' Rominger Randy Smith
Math Math Math Math Math
Math- l Sl
The English Department contains 9
teachers which help the students to read
and understand the english language.
English classes range from Basic Reading
Skills to Shakespeare and much more.
l. Mr. O'Connell shows a littler laughter after read-
ing a students answer to one of his tests.
2. After scratching her forehead, C.J. Rogers real-
izes that she forgot her English book.
3. We couldn't get Mr. Hagen to pose for a picture
so wejust asked him to think about his most embar-
Ellen Bcncangcy Cynthia Corrigan Norm Hagen Ken Harrison Jack Jones Mike Monahan
English English English English English English
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Industrial Arts are Classes that you take
for your own benifit. Learning to rebuild
your own engine and to be able to know
one part from another. Also being able to
design your house or other things your
way. Plus you can make some wood
pieces the way you prefer them.
4. Mr. Hart busy in the back ofa V.W.'s engine.
5. Alan Lajoue and Greg Nickel designing their
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Mike O'Brien Tim O'Connell Justine 84 Nicolas Ron Hart Jim Mikaelsen Tibor Sehoenfeld
English English Zanjanj Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts
In todays society we are faced with the
never ending bother ofdoing our income
tax. filling out checks. typing. and of
course finding a job. All ofthese special-
ities takes skill. Well. how do you get it?
We were lucky to have a spectacular staff
of well informed and experienced busi-
Were you getting tired ofbeing rejected
because you're not qualified? Ifthis was
your problem. and you took some busi-
ness classes. then you will agree that you
improved in those areas. Classes such as:
Ty ping. accounting. shorthand. business
law. record keeping. and career survey
could improve your qualifications im-
mensely. All ot' these classes were de-
signed to prepare you for the real world,
and by taking them you might have been
surprised that you learned something.
l'm sure all of us have experienced career
survey. either before our sophomore
year. or at the last minute. senior year.
Some of you might not agree, but this
class was an important aspect to our
lives. It not only prepared us for the busi-
ness world. but it helped us get in touch
with our goals. Notjust this class, but all
ofthe other classes were interesting and
fun. All ofthe business teachers were tre-
mendously good natured. and always
knew how to make their classes interest-
l. 'So much to do and so little time,' thinks Ray
2. Putting Sophie Abed to work, Mr. Bruce pauses
to remember what he was going to say.
3. Mrs. Salyer enjoys the last minutes of the class
socializing with her students.
Dave Bruce Toni Salyer Ray Tanimoto Tony Taravella
Business Business Business Bus1nesS!S.S.
Language is a serious business at Aptos
High. Our teachers do not take this sub-
ject lightly. as you can see. They realize
with the constant flow ofdifferent ethnic
groups. which pour into our country year-
ly. makes it incomprehensible for stu-
dents not to have some introduction ofa
foreign language. It should be a vital part
ofour education as we see in other coun-
tries. At the same token our great teach-
ers still manage to make it a lot offun, by
presenting slide shows. letting us color.
and even dancing. Our teachers are very
dedicated. and they hope we will contin-
ue to apply the use ofa new language in
our every day lives.
4. The sign says "Don't Disturb" thinks Mr. Doane.
5. "Excuse me, but I'm teaching a class," says Cath-
John Doane Matt Miskic Catherine Murray O'Brien Riordan Jan Sargent
Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language!P.E. Foreign Language Foreign Language
Foreign Language- l 85
Looking from the a t
the Social Studies department is doing. J.S.A. these are clubs which expand the
For instance. Mr. Hestand is the leader students' knowledge.
ofthe UN. club. Mr. Bjur is the head of
to the Future
Caring forthe students' future is what A.F.S. and Mr. Rosengard is the head of
Allen Bjur Ken Call Dena Eddlemon Walt Elgin
Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
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Being Creati e
The Art department is well
equipped with differ-ent devices used
for creating different kinds ofart. The
students can make their own designs
of jewelry. they can learn all about
photography and the camera and
many other types of art.
l "Say what'?!" asks Mr. Bjur.
2 "Hurry up," yells Mr. Hestand, "All my Chil-
dren is on!"
3 "Hey don't make fun ofE.T., he's my brother,
warns Jason Pearce.
4 Mr. Leighton and Ronda Epling disucss her
5 Jeff Love tells us that next he'll take basket-
Robert Hestand Ellen Rank Bob Rosengard Gorden Leighton Del PGZZOIU
Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Ceramicsfphow JCWlfYfAl'l!YCHfb00k
up ur et
This is very true. since this is the main
job of our custodians. Many times this
years bulletin has read, "Clean up your
campus." Our negligance has been tojust
leave our trash in any old place. This is
not a funny matter. since it isn't easy to
clean this large. spacious campus. We are
fortunate to have such a hard working
and responsible team of 9 custodians.
They are more than reliable. when it
comes to carrying the heavy burden of
cleaning up after us.
1. David Dixon enjoys his group discussion with his
2. "Whats up doc?" says Lota Feliciano.
3. Enjoying his nice classroom, which has comfort-
able furniture is Brian Mickey.
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Special Education is a very unique pro-
gram. Walking into the Special Ed. room
makes you feel that you walked in on a
happy family. Where does this feeling
come from? Well, itis from Shirley
Smith, David Dixon, and Luanna Rieffel,
a new aide. This program has been here
for three years. David Dixon commented
that, "the main purpose of our class is to
expose the students to a regular environ-
ment. We try to get them in regular
classes as much as possiblef' The pur-
pose for this is that it teaches the 1 1 stu-
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to deal with others, therefore, they ma-
ture by their experiences. These students
have many projects that benifit our
school, and our surroundings, such as
collecting aluminum cans, and paper pro-
ducts for the administration, to recycle.
They also maintain the cafeteria, busing
tables. The Yearbook Staff would like to
congradulate the special teachers and the
students at Aptos High, for making this a
4. Ginger Lopez awaits for the bell, for she is anx-
ious to go to her 3rd period class, ceramics.
5. An imponant part ofa teachers role is to listen
and learn from their students, Luanna Rieffel dis-
plays this well.
Fun and Fitness
I Look out Jane Fonda. here I come thinks Jenny
2 You can tell that Mr. Devine and Joel Brunk are
3 Mr. Warmerdam: January centerfold.
Physical Education is only required for
two years, but is now a popular class. Ev-
eryone is talking about getting in shape
and what is a better place than school to
do it? No cost, friends, and the best teach-
ers around! Many people enjoy it all four
Pat Bowden Dane Dex me
The performing arts department con-
sists of Drama, Jazz Band, Marching
BandfConcert Band, and Beginning. Jazz
Band goes all over the state for Jazz Festi-
vals. Marching Band goes in band com-
petions and play at football games. The
Choir puts on an excellent Christmas
concert each year. Also, the Drama class
puts on a play in the fall and a musical in
4 Shannon Hindon asks Theresa Battle, "Why
don't you bring your own book?", while Jennifer
Travis sings along.
5 Gary Bowen, gets into the Jazz scene.
6 Don Keller contemplating what piece to play next.
Iudx Leadlx Jamie Townsend Bill Warmerdam Susan Bosworth
P E X Advanced P E P.E. Choir
l. Brent Garvey gives the teacher a solemn look
after telling Stacy Aronovice a joke.
2. Peter Mel listens to tunes while playing with the
3, Rita Hovath in deep thought.
4. Mrs. Eddlemon spaces out while trying to think
of another question to add to the test.
Home Economic Department has sev-
eral classes like. Basic Foods which
shows students preparing hisfhers own
meals. plus all you need to know about
nutrition. Sewing shows students how to
read patterns and sew their own things.
5. Nicole Burdette and Kelly Bregante turn their
faces from the onions, so that they don't get tears in
6. Making his secret remedy Clark Bloom blends it
7. Kevin Pedemonte feeding Grant Smith onions.
8. Mike Anderson caught making his own meal.
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after school. Some students spend their time
after school working to make money to sup-
port cars or to spend on fun. Aptos High is
full of people enjoying themselves after a
hard day of studying and taking exams.
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school working. They don't get to run
clown to the beach or do some ofthe
things that other kids do after school but
they go strait to work. Most ofthe kids
are saving money for their first cars or
just to pay for insurance and gas. Just the
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was a great success. People came from all
over the community to join in the uGift
of Love" It was held both in December
and in April and the chairs were never
empty. Students were told their blood
types and issued blood donor cards. Stu-
dents from Aptos also helped as aids
helping the nurses by running errands,
typing blood cards, and making sure the
donors were comfortable. Students were
served cookies and juice after donating
blood and were given strict instructions
to take it easy for the day. Many students
felt it was a worthwhile cause and would
surely do it again in years to come. It was
a friendly atmosphere and all the nurses
were very kind and understanding. Giv-
ing blood is something we should all do.
It gives you a-wonderful feeling.
Every year Aptos High has a canned
food drive to support the Grey Bears
This year was a great success bringing in
over a thousand cans for each class The
Grey Bears have been running the
canned Food drives for many veais giv
ing the food to the elderly and the handi
capped for their holiday meals and all
every day meals. Next yeai -Xptos is plan
ning to bring in more cans. Thanks to the
Grey Bears everyone is having good hot
700-Blood BankfGrey Bears
4-H is more then just raising animals.
Its learning leadership skills, improving
old skills and learning new ones. Not
only do you learn new skills you meet
new friends. There is a summer camp in
which you get acquainted with new peo-
ple and learn more about old ones. 4-H
isnt just for elementry students. its for
high school students also. So dont knock
it till you try it. Its great fun for people of
The fair this year was one to remem-
ber. It was great fun for everyone. young
and old to participate in. There were
rides and games for the kids and lots of
music featuring Rain and The Greg Kihn
Band. There were animals and people to
see. The whole fair was a great success.
There was lots of good food to eat and
plenty ofthings to see and do. Hopefully
the turn out next year will be as good.
Storm-swept waves as high as 20 feet
lashed the midcounty coastline ripping
off the Capitola Wharf and crashing
through homes in Rio Del Mar. Resi-
dents were forced to flee on Via Gaviota
in Rio Del Mar as breakers blew out win-
dows and rolled through 10 beachfront
homes. Its been a strange and unyielding
winter, with more snow in the Sierras and
flooding on the California coastline than
anyone can remember.
Weathermen began gathering weather
data back in 1878 here in Santa Cruz, one
hundred five years ago. There had never
been a single year in recorded weather
history when the villa villages of Capitola
and Rio Del Mar were flooded three
times in one year. So this wall was put up
to protect the beachfront houses from
damage in the following storms to come.
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March 3rd the trussle in the Aptos Sta-
tion was painted with a washable base
paint to stop graffitti. Aptos Hardware
supplied all the paint and paint brushes
needed for free. Most all ofthe work was
done voluntarily by those who work for
Aptos Hardware. It was an all day project
that used over 10 gallons of paint. The
inished product was a beautiful ocean
scene done in bright colors and detailed
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2. M"A"'S"H after eleven years. ended.
3. "Beat lt. Beat it." says Michael Jackson to the
crowd. so that they won't see his 2nd and 3rd degree
burns: which happened in January while doing a com-
mercial near some explosives.
4. On August 7- l 4 Carl Lewis ofthe United States wins
three gold metals in Helsinke by running,
5. "lt's too bad that society isn't to the point yet where
the country could send up a women astronaut to space
and nobody would think twice about it." Sally Ride.
5. Bob Hope went down to Grenada and entertained
the soldiers by saying ajoke. "You think you guys arc
lighting down here. you should see the people back
home tighting for Cabbage Patch dolls." Yes. this was
what all the fuss was about during Christmas time.
since all the little girls. and grown ups desperately want-
ed these Cabbage Patch Dolls.
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than two tons ofTNT. That's known as a
"suicidle" mission. The whole building
slammed to the earth. crushing its 300
occupants. The count ofall the dead wasg
French, 58 paratroopersg U.S., 218 Ma-
rines. l8.sailors, and 3 soldiers. A day
that the world will never forget, especial-
ly the families who suffered the most.
l. A strucken mother trys to deal with the unfair
decision made by the Soviet Union.
2. "Don't call us. we'll call you." famous last words
from a playwright. Tennesse Williams, who died at
3. Jessica Savieh 35 yrs. shocked the nation with
her sudden death. in a ear accident.
4. "Why'? Why?" thinks a distressed soldier.
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5- The famous Karen Carpenter. at 32 died ofa
heart attack after recovering fiom anorexia ner-
6. "And we were so excited about going over seas!"
National and International 707
This year the U.S. had many promis-
ing athletes going into the 1984 Winter
Olympics. Not only did these athletes ex-
cel in their sports, some unexpected tal-
ents appeared on the slopes and ice.
On the slopes Phil Mahre came in a
disappointing 8th in the Giant Salomn
but came back to take the gold in the
Salomn. Phil's twin brother, Steve
Mahre, finished 14th in the Giant Sa-
lomn and took the silver in the Salomn.
Phil not only got a gold medal that day.
he also got a new baby son. Then we have
Bill "J oe Willie" Johnson coming to the
games with total confidence and taking
the gold to Switzerland's surprise but not
his. Even though Tamara McKinney was
expected to take a medal. Debbie Arm-
strongmoved up and captured the gold
with Christin Cooper close behind with
the silver. Our victories however, were
not only on the slopes.
In fact our biggest victory could of
been Scott Hamilton capturing the gold
in Men's Figure Skating. Scott, having
Schwachmannis Syndrome as a child.
was not expected to live that long. He
proved everybody wrong with his super
talent. Then there was Elaine Zayak,
who as a child had halfofher foot cut off
by a lawnmower. Even though Elaine
only placed 8th, she has many years to go.
Another Lady's figure skater that stole
everybody's heart was Tiffany Chin, who
at 16 took 4th and certainly will be back
next time. U.S.'s biggest hope in Wom-
en's figured skating was Rosalyn
Sumners, who after the short program
was knocked to 2nd and stayed there tak-
ing the silver. I-low could someone adopt
two silver medal skaters from the same
orphanage? No one knows but the Car-
rurtherses certainly did prove they had
talent. While only hoping for a bronze,
they took the silver overjoyed. Even
though Blumberg and Seibert missed a
bronze by so little they certainly did cap-
ture the audience with their outstanding
The thrill of victory was felt by many
U.S. athletes but there is that ever present
agony ofdefeat that was also felt. Win or
lose however. the U.S. will always be
proud oftheir Olympic athletes. after all
winning isn't everything.
l. Thc Carrutherses soared to new heights. earning
2. Phil Mahre capturing gold.
3. Debbie Armstrong surprises herself and the
world by winning gold.
4. Scott Hamilton skates for U.S. Gold Medal.
5. "Top three? l'll finish in top one!" replied Bill
Johnson. 6. With marvelous style Rosalyn Sumners
gets a 6.0 for artistic impression from an Italian
7. For it's pageantry. brilliant colors and emotion.
thc opening ceremony deserved it's own medal.
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This year the yearbook editors started
off on the right foot by going to Yearbook
West. It was a one week conference at
UCSC, to learn more about putting to-
gether a yearbook and improving one.
After learning all this, we brought it back
to our staff and they went wild. Putting
together our yearbook this year was a true
challenge, and a lot of fun. We coordinat-
ed new and eye catching ideas into the
opening section, along with the entire
book. The staff worked long, hard hours
not only during school, but after school,
and even on Saturday. Sometimes just to
Each one of our staff members had
their own way of shining out in complet-
ing this year,s yearbook. For instance
there is Mike Munoz who was our main
camera man. Mike was the one that dedi-
cated his time in taking pictures and stay-
ing after school to develop them. Then
there was Jennifer Palmieri who dedi-
cated her time to presenting the yearbook
A LIFE TIME EXPERIENCE
staff with vocabulary words that the stu-
dent body never heard of Plus the fact
that she drove numerous miles each
week to deliver and receive film from
Bay Photo. Then there is Tim Washing-
ton who dedicated his time to getting ads.
Tim, a freshman at Aptos High. spent
most of his weekends down town getting
ads for the yearbook. not to mention
spending time after school doing layouts.
and preparing the ad section all by him-
self Shari Spichtig was the liberalist of
the group who spent her time getting pic-
tures ofall types ofpeople and all types of
places. She also spent time after school
and added variety to this years yearbook.
Of course this years elite staff would not
be complete without Kim Miles. Kim
Miles never complained about anything.
She was the type that was quiet. worked
afticiently. and took time to help others.
We would also like to give a special
thanks to Crystal Gatty for her extra ef-
fort in putting together the Senior Section
and Ads. Not only did the staff do ar
excellent job. our advisor. Mr. Pezzoni
was always there with his opinion anc
helpful advice. Tenny Garner, our rep
was also there to lighten the tension. anc
make sure we had everything coverec
from A-Z. Making arrangments with thc
plant at the last minute seemed to be her
major role. For us the Editorsg Natasha
Orlins Chief Editor. Rosalee Pfister Lay
out Editor, Steve Brown Copy Editor.
Jackie Ayers Production Editor. we
thank this energetic group that put in an
extra effort to make this book for You!
We, the editors ofthe Sandscript Year-
book Staff. 83-84. would like to express
our gratitude and thanks to the whole
stafffor their dedication and outstanding
work. We also hope that you. the stu-
dents. enjoy this yearbook and appreciate
the hard work put into making it for your
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Our time was the best of times, it was the worst of times
but through it all there was always time for
We always had time to take an hour here
and an hour there
A morning here
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Sometimes we played hard
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It was entertaining when we didnit go anyplace in particular
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