Arroyo High School - Arroyan Yearbook (San Lorenzo, CA)
- Class of 1986
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Text from Pages 1 - 288 of the 1986 volume:
1986 Arro y n
Arroyo High School
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IC'S been I'lOUI'S SINCE I BITIVEU
312 the SCENE of the CFIITIE. I'
just baffled HOW BDOLIC SOIVII1
the C358 when I fIl'St receive
notice that the Arroyo Red Prid
'Who e it takes
Arroyo by storm!'
2 WI10 DONE It?
The DTV Gulch Gazette
had been missing. This type o
case is just what I have bee
hoping for. It'S been quite a Ion
time since this old gumshoe ha
a good case to crack.
BY the WHY, my name is Sam
Valone, private IFIVGSCIQBCOF. I
thought I WHS going to have an
BVGFHQE WEEK, with SVGFSQE CIEYS,
HVEFEIQG hours, and BVGFBQS WO'
mefl. Boy, WBS I wrong!
At 7:1 3 a.m., I received a mys-
terious phone call. The voice
seemed muffled, as if someone
was deliberately distorting it
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SUDDOFUHQ the DOH team, Seniors KEWIT BUS'
UESS, RODGFF V6QaS, Jeff R9I7l'IaCkE'f, JOI7 JaCObY,
and Vince MCNiEll meet at a VafSifY game.
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Signing his John Haf'lCOCk, JUI7iOI' RiChafd Reed
Wl'if9S a SD6'Cial message on SODHOITIOFE SHWGY
MUl'phy'S MICKEY Mouse f6'9ShiI'f.
D6m0f7SffafiHg how IO fide a Kawasaki, PI'if'lCiDal
Ralph Vandro Dal1fOl'71il1E'S for Juniors V6f'OI7iCa
Gallardo af7d Tina Cruise at U76 HOIVIGCOITIIDQ
by covering the mouthpiece with
a handkerchief. it laughed a grue-
some howl and snidely remarked
that a terrible crime was about
to occur at Arroyo High School.
immediately I rushed to the
Arroyo campus, but it seemed I
was too late, for Activities Direc-
tor Jack Hunt ran to me in a
'lt's terrible! Just terrible.
Valone. someone has taken our
Red Pride! Trying to keep myself
from laughing in his face, I lit a
cigar and nonchalantly asked
him,'Whatin Conan DOyIe'S name
is Red Pride, J3Ck?'
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WIIOO! All Right!
SHOWIFIQ theff tI'UE DOI7 Pride at the HOm9COm'
ing rally, SE'f'iiOI'S TEH NOI'l778I7, MiCf'I6ll6 Smith,
Annette TI'iDUZfO, Lisie F6fI'9if3, Gina 53flCf'l6Z,
Joanne Derieg, Dal? PI'YfOgl6, M3f'l3 POt9StiO,
Melanie Lopez, MICHEIIE HZJITEII, SHG BOD CI'Ol6y
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Like a man possessed, he rep-
lied, 'Red Pride is what people
from Arroyo share. It is used to
get good grades, to shout out
at rallies, and to beat the oppos-
ing team With. Why, without
our Red Pride, we'rejust another
average high school.'
The seriousness of this act of
thievery finally hit me. I said to
Jack, 'Well, someone had to have
taken it, but who WOUId do
something that cruel?'
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Getting loose to the beat of 'Footloose,' Head Tossing his burger with skill, Junior Robbie Hitch-
Varsity Songgirl Darlene Sasaki shows her talent cock DFSCUCGS 35 S6fliOf Dari Kahn and Head
at the Homecoming rally. Cheerleader Nicole Zoggas watch his antics,
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'Do what?' Jack asked curiously.
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excessive voting. 'But the students
would nOt vote DeCaUSe they didn't
want their Cards dai'naged,' said Hunt.
'We also did it by pulling the l'Oll cards,
DUt those Wel'en't available to USe this
Veal' HUnt also said that he wasn't
aWaI'e of any cheating in the voting,
but he admitted that he didl'l't think it
was necessary tO Chetk the 475 VOteS
CaSt with the Sign'in sheets.
ADOUt reports that he released the
final results DI'iOI' to the game, HUnt
replied, 'Until I handed out the enve-
lopes, no one KneW.'
'I WaSn't expecting it,' said FaShineil
WhO said he WaS about to walk away
C0fnDletinQ her tufnbling I'Un, Varsity Songgirl
Shelley BOFQES does the splits in ITlid'aiI'.
COnCentl'atinQ on their music, Efnie Harper and
Steve Sakamoto USe all of their eneI'QV While in
Deff0l'n'ianCe at the HOI'neCOn1ing game.
Proud of winning the HOI'T7eCOl'ninQ rally contest,
.lUni0fS LiSa Cavaz, RODeI't HitChCOCk, Marcus
HUiZal', and Edna Villafnin ShOW that theY'I'e
LOOkirlQ to kill, V8l'5ity FOOtb3ll Player Lee Teith,
along with Junior Mafk TOGO, Cleaf5 the Way for
Wide ReCeiVef Joey villalobos.
with his helmet before his name was
announced on the field.
'l already decided that IWaSr1't going
to win, so l had to pull my attention
back when they called my name,' said
Quigley. 'l was so shockedl'
'l was disappointed that people would
think I would fixlthe ElECtiOni to win. If
it was, then lshouldn't have gotten it,'
said Quigley. 'It'S kinda a downerl'
Fashinell said he ignored a banner
which said 'fixed' which adOl'n9d the
luncheon table. He sloughed it off as a
Quigley admitted that being Home-
coming Queen was a dream come true
and that she couldn't believe she won.
Fashinell said of the honor, 'You get
all the glory as King. lt's a big thing for
some people, but it wasn't a major
change for me. l took it in stride.'
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Winning the Homecoming game, Dan Coombs,
David Schardt, Rich Reed, Jason Walling, Da vid
Cuneo, Stephen Wright, and Anthony Aniasco
yell out the bus window.
MOWDQ to the beat, JUl'llOI'S Danielle Cfagg and POSHIQ for the SDeCf3fOl'S,f7eWlY'Cl'0Wl1eClHOIT7e'
SODl70lTlOI'e Glefi A viles eI7jOV the HOITleCOIT7ll7Q COlTiiI1Q King 3nd Queen TOI71 F3Sl'Ilf'Iell8l7Cl Shawna
D3l'ICe, Quigley smile Dl'OUdlY at fhe CVO Wd.
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Leadlng the CFOWG in an Omega SD6ll'0Ut,
Cheerleaders DBVE HUtCl'llIlSOl'l, Tony Al'll85C0,
MSFCUS HUlZ3f, Robbie HltChCOClC D20 Kahn, Doug
Statler, and T0m FaShinell give their all tO get
'We AFB AR-ROY-O!
A Wal tlflg judging feSUll'S, ITIEITIDEVS of the AITO YO
Sl'Ud6flt body 8f'lflC'lD8fe the tally at the annual
Omega Rally ll? Castro Valley.
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PeffeCtlY SYl'lCl'll'ODlZet1 V8fSll'Y Rally Squad
mOVeS to the beat of 'FOOCIOOSE' at Omega
C0lTlDetltlOf7 lfl OCfOb6f at NelQl'lD0l'l'l0Od
PHOQOI by GUIQIIQ
Cl'lE'Gl'lG3ClE'l'S COD first at Omega
Through unity, enthusiasm, and
initiative, the Varsity Rally Squad
placed a trophy winning first in cheer
and a fourth in song at the annual
Omega Klck-off Rally OCtObel' 26.
Along with Arroyo, 16 other high
school from the Bay Area competed at
Omega which was again held at the
Neighborhood Churchlchurch of
Three Crossesl in Castro valley.
Placing behind the Dons for the
varsity cheer award was Moreau High
of Hayward, and Irvington High of
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Fremont placed a strong third.
ln the second category of varsity
song, San Leandro swept Hrst, second
was awarded to Moreau, and lrvln-
gton edged out Arroyo for third place.
In the final category, sweepstakes,
judges determined the winner by
adding up total points from the cheer
and song categories. San Leandro
High, with the highest total, won this
ln order to compete, Arroyo's Rally
Squad engaged in long hours of
practice under the direction of
Advisors Laura Clapp, Kathy Dezotte,
Kim Hardester, and Jack Hunt.
'Theylthe practicesl definitely paid Off
and we have a first place trophy to
prove lt,' said Head varsity Cheer-
leader Nicole Zoggas about her squad's
'I feel that we showed our school
just what coed cheerleading ls, The
flrst place is the school's, just as much
as it is ours,' stated Squad Member
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Hlflng their SKUDIS, AITOYO Val'Sity Rally Squad
D6ffOfmS lfS l'0Ul'lf'l9 Wll'l1 the EXCEIIEDCE that
WON 8 fll'Sf pl8C9 fl'ODhY f0l' U16 school.
We dld lf: FII!! PRICE!
Showing their enthusiasm after receiving a first
place trophy, Head varsity Cheerleader Nicole
Zoggas, Junior Shelley Borges, senior Dave
Hutchinson, and Senior Tom Fashlnell smile in
who WOI1 file SEYIBIT
Taklflg 3 mOmEflf I0 dlSCuSS the l'llQfIf'S evenm,
Principal Ralph VandrO, hlS daughter, Wife Sally,
and Activities Dir EC IOI' Jack HUD! 6XCl'l3l1g6
ODlfllOI1S on the D6l'f0l'maf7CES.
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SOI7 ponders 3 D8fEf?f'S GLIQSUOH about his Cf3SS
Are we hav ing Fun?
Waiting for the instructor to begin UIQSS, Dolly
Rosa and Phil Mural sir patiently in Student
POIV1 UHQ out D'H3ll, Rally SQUQUMGIUDEFSDQUISG
YOUUQ ZJHCY Tiffany' SFOWU 95SlSf ,UHVGITCS OF! U79
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Taking time to resranci talk on the bricks, Cathy
Moul and Mary and Sam Angotti talk about their
impressions of the new principal and school
16 Back-ro-scnooi Night
Parents gathered once again to
attend the annual BaCk-tO-SCHOOI
Night held OCCODEEI' 9.
As parents listened to a short ses-
sion in each of their child's classes, the
teacher briefly explained what stu-
dents would do throughout the
Principal Ralph vandro started off
the evening with a brief speech in the
cafetorium about what he expected
and what his goals were for the
upcomingschoolyear. As Parent Myra
Zoggas enthusiastically statedflthink
lvlr. vandro cares a lot about the stu-
dents and their spirit. H6 seems very
concerned about school actitivites,
which is gOOd.'
ln talking with parents, some were
pleased with many of the newer
teachers on the faculty. One obser-
vant parent comrnentd about Science
ll1SIZl'UCtOl' AIDSFY JOFGBIW, 'l think l'liS
presentation was Well prepared and
he has a good rapport with his
Following classroom visitations,
parents and faculty members re-
turned to the cafetorium for re-
freshments and conversation.
Whdf U blly!
Smiling 3nd ISUQHIHQ 9DOUf8D8f'9f71T'S Question Trying to convince them to purchase a set,
COHCGFHIHQ 8 C1855 DVOIHCE HOME ECONOMICS Booster Club Member Janie Stivers tries to sell
D6D3rtfT'l9r7fH63d Darlene Scottreacts to Chuck raffle tickets to Chuck and Marilyn Brown at
PIIOYOI by Gufibdldl
Back-to-school Night 1 7
'Alice' nets S700 profit
When Director Gerry Fisher started
to plan the Fall Play, 'Alice in Wonder-
land,' he had one idea in mind-to make
it the best performance ever.
With thousands of dollars and tons
of work and days of planning, the
presentation, held NOVEmbElf' 20-22,
'lt was one of our best over all ever,'
said FiShel' of the pl'0dUCtiOrl. 'Ill the
three days the play ran, it made over
51 900 and netted us over S700 for use
in the Drama Department,' said Fisher.
ACCOl'dil1g to FiShel', 'The attitude of
the students this year was excellent.
A lot of hard work was put into the
show and the kids Were tOtaII,y
Leading roles in the production
went to Kristen ClaysoniAlicel, Bran-
don lvlaschalicheshire Catl, and Randi
Herholdtioueen of Hea rtsl. Other cast
members played supporting roles as
flowers or other characters from the
Carrol work. s
Sets were designed by Fisher and
the CSU, Hayward Drama Department,
but executed by the drama classes on
campus. Student actors constructed
their own costumes.
'lt will be a long time before we see
this again,' said Fisher happily about
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Making her entrance as the queen, Junior Randi Taking her QQQFGSSIVGHGSS our SGNIOV Sarvdv
Herholdt, DIQVS out the scene. Rose abuses the potatoes
Siligili' in 'the I'CIil1
Praying around Eighth Graders Benji Rice and
JOSY Pashayan portray Tweedle D66 arid Twee-
Kristen Cla yson, Brandon MaSChaL Randy Morris,
Amy Amaral Heidi Murray, Jennifer Gregory,
Janet Macedone, Sandy Rose, Bart Paduveris,
Robert L3POiI7t, Chuck WhitebeCk, Benji RiCe,
Joey Pashayan, Cheryl Bargewell, Tara Kur-
zawski Lee Gamett, Marcy Cody, Damon Bishop,
Jon Nagel Davon Min ton, Debbie O'Banion, Sallie
Vidaurri, Jennifer Shepherd, Dawna Hendrickson,
Kurt TOrrliCiCh, Brett Dixon, Randi Herholdt, Kelli
Dunster, Frank Marshall, Debbie Hilder, Tania
Anderson, Jason Vaughn, Susie Schwarz, and
Pllt YOUI' 'F0Of CIOWII! what Cl CCIYCI!
Making 8 stand the Mad H2ff9I'1Ser1i0I' JON Painting the roses red Juniors Jennifer Gregory,
N-29612 DIQYS hiS r0l9 21009 with JUni0r KriStef1 Heidi Murray, and Janet Macedone assume the
Clay5Ol1, Junior Damon BiSh0p, and Eighth Grader roles of cards in the fall play,
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Sing it, btlby!
'Short CiI'CUif'D9I'fOl'ITl5 at U19 3f7f'lU3l WiI7f6I' Ball
35 the fiI'Sl' live band in ITIBFIV YEZFS,
RESUHQ 3K fheif fable, Sophomores TONY Mafa'
ITlOf1f6 arid ChI'iSfY Nielson sit ONE HUITIDGI' out.
I IOVE YOU
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Zfld Date Paul Cafdflel' falk during the 6VEI'lil'IQ.
Use Pearl Drops?
H3 ving fUI7 at the Wif7l'6I'B3ll, JUHIOI' Cath Y M056
and date enjoy U76 music of 'SHOIT CiI'CUif.'
200 al' 1' Grid Winter Ball
'We made approximately 52,000
which is being put toward our junior
and senior balIS,' said Sophomore Class
President Sean Wildman about the
Winter Ball which turned out better
The Sophomore Class has tradition-
ally sponsored the ball. 'It turned out
better than I pIanned,' said Wildman.
'lvlore couples showed up, and the
band wasn't as bad as Iestimated it to
be,' he said.
'In my opinion, a winter Ball is wha-
tever you make it,' said Senior Debbie
Himango who attended the December
15 dance in the cafetorium.
The Winter Ball was totally great,
but I wouldn't have had as much fun if
II'ladr1't gone with Ma rcus,' said Senior
Sandy Rose about her date.
A new addition to the dance, which
cost S15 per couple, was the addition
of a live band, 'Short Circuit.' 'I heard
them play at another occasion and
thought they were great,soIthought
it would be classier than a deejay,' said
Sophomore Class Vice President Col-
'I think the live band was a good
idea, but people just had to get used
to the new found entertainment,'
said Junior Class Vice President Brent
Anderson about the live band.
'I think although we didn't have lots
of class involvement, the people who
did help did a greatjob. I would say it
turned out alittle less than a success.
In other words, it was pretty good,'
said Wildman about the dance.
Photos by Cdflbdldl
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Cheering on the Varsity, Spiritleaders Chris
Gould Raelene Searle, DeeDee Schultz, and
Kathy oezotte demonstrate their school spirit.
Dancing during halftime, Juniors Danielle Gragg
and Rochelle Cross and the Bull do the 'boogie'
Trying to raise money for uniforms, Junior Hel' X ,L
EDB W6f5S and Ff6Shm8n Julie BUFIKGF sell mef'
CHBITUISE at lunch.
Wrapping a severely sprained ankle, Graduate 'F J
Dyafl Dezotte f3k6S Cafe of SfSf6I' Kl'i5fY affefa .
fall at Omega. ' Q
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Dancing ata rally, Chns Ready 'gets down' to the
22 Rally Squad
Boys add NEW dilTl9l7SiOl'7 to Squad
First and foremost for the Rally
Squad was its regional victory in com-
petition and, at press time, the possi-
bility of a trip to Orlando, Florida and
an appearance on CBS-TV.
The Squad won this honor with a
first place at the Northwestern
Regional Competition in Fremont. To
travel to Orlando, the Squad had to
raise 515,000 in one month.
'I knew we could do it. We just
needed some incentive,' said Head
Cheerleader Nicole Zoggas about her
Advisers to the group were
Teachers Laura Clapp and Jack Hunt,
Parent Kathy Dezotte, and Alumna
'Our year was a large success as indi-
viduals as well as in the group,' stated
Choreographer Kim Hardester about
The Rally Squad's year started off
DfSCUSSif7Q fUl7dl'3iSiI1Q with Colleague Diane
WOOUS, DfI'9CfOf' of ACfiVil'i9S .IZCK HUl1t and
ll'lSl'I'UCfi0f73l Aide Kathy DGZOITG Shafe ideas to
send Cheef QFOUDS to Orlando, FlOfid3.
COI'lf6I'iI7Q before U76 3f'II7OUf7C9fT'I6f7I', Cheef'
leaders Rochelle Cross and KI'fSZ'Y Dezotte look
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Val' si ty takes l'eQlOl1alS
by attending a cheerleading camp at
Stanford University in August. The
squad tooktwospiritsticks,and three
squad members were asked to be
instructors for the National Cheer-
'l felt really honored to be asked
right out of high school,' stated Head
Yell leader Danny Kahn. The two oth-
ers who were appointed were senior
Dave Hutchinson and Junior Shelley
The Rally Squad's second achieve-
ment was that it won the cheer cate-
gory at the annual Omega Rally.
Arroyo had never won the honor
Also new to the squad this year was
the fact that it was a co-educational
group. 'Throughout the year, being a
coed squd has brought everyone
closer together! stated Squad
Member Elaine Rockowitz.
'The guys were a major asset to the
competition success,' said Yell leader
DOlf1Q a Sh0UldeI' sit, JUfllOl'S Helena Wel5S and
Shelley BOf'QeS cheer fhe football feam.
Holding their fingers high, the Val'Sity Rally
Squad shows off its flI'Sf Dlaffe fl'ODhy fI'OfTl the
NOI'l'hefI7 US ReQiOhalS COmDeflflOh.
HaVll7Q fUf'l at a football game, SDlI'lfleadeI'S
DeFllSe YOUDQ ahd Tiffany BFOWI7 do a few klCK5.
Showing Off their Splflf, JUl'llOI' Shannon Kleg-
mah afld SeI7lOI' Daflefle Sasaki lead the squadat
the Omega Rally in CaSffO Valley.
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MiIT'liCkil'7Q Chubby CHECKEF, FI'6ShfTl3fl Marcus
Combs D9I'fOfmS in the Rock 'H Roll Hall of Fame
All fight, SODHO-
Sophomore U53 KSHKEI CHEGFS OI7 HEI' class with
loads of Splflf and zest.
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'87 Wil'lS S9COl'ld Spirit Week jug
Juniors captured the Spirit Jug for
the second consecutive year during
the annual Spirit Week competition in
Scoring 1,000 Out of 3 possible 1,260
pointts, the Cl3SS of '87 clearly out-
scored the other groups. Finishing
second was the Freshman Class with
886 points, followed by the Sopho-
mores with 841 and the Eighth Grad-
ers with 822 points. Finishing laSt was
the Class of 1986 with 813 points.
'ThiS ClaSS h3S the ability to pull
together when it wants to go after
something,' stated Junior Class Presi-
dent Jennifer Gregory.
The Juniors did more than pull
26 Spirit WEEK
together, for they swept the four top
categories in competition, participa-
tion, spirit squad, decorations and
class dress, and overall rally pre-
The key to the Class of '87's success,
3CCOl'dil1g to ACtiVitiES Dil'eCtOl' Jack
Hunt, was the participation of the
class members and its organization.
'They were really organized,' said
The leading participans during the
Week were given a newly established
presidential award. The winners in the
Junior Class were Helena weiss, Damon
Bishop, Lisa Cavaz, and Becky Gohlke.
Winners for most spirited in each
class were Eighth Grader Chrissee Chin,
Freshman Lisa Pontes, Sophomore
Laurie Lovell, Junior Cathy Mose, and
Senior Michelle Smith. Elected lvlost
Spirited was Junior Michelle krippene.
The Freshmen and Eight Grade Spirit
Leaders both gave good performan-
CGS at the Night Rally. The Nihth Grad-
ers took first place for their cheer
routine, and the Eighth Graders won
for best song routine. The Class of '89
also won recognition for best skit.
About the week of festivities, Hunt
stated, 'I was apprehensive until
Thursday Night because there was
more spectating than participation'
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From February 'I 'I -1 ll, the feelings of
competition and al1tiCipatiOl'l filled
the air EIS Spirit Week.'86 arrived.
Only having four days in Spirit Week
instead of five, the classes knew they
had to work hard and fast to pull rou-
tines and skits together. 'Arroyo
SaIuteS America' was the theme for
what seemed to be an average week
in the eyes of many students.
'lt could have been a lot better, the
last couple of years have been the
best. We need more participation'
stated Junior Carrie Oliveira. A lot of
Studel1tS had that feeling and it
The IaCk of participation was
blamed on the weather and the ever-
famous Classes of '86 and '87 rivalry
was not as strong, but did spur the
week onto new heights.
Monday was class color day, and
students found out for the first time
what was happening during Spirit
WEEK. While participation on the first
day was less than desirable, it picked
up later in the week.
Lunch rallies were downplayed by
the rain and an 'I don't care attitude.'
'All the classes tried their best and
eventually, there had to be a winner,
but we all had fun,' said Sophomore
Doug Berryhill, who modeled the atti-
tudes of many other students.
The feeling at the dance Friday
night was one of high emotion and
unity among all the classes. As the
winners were announced in every
category, nobody had a Clue as to who
the overall winner would be.
As the Junior Class was announced
as winner forthe second year in a row,
President Jennifer Gregory was
hosted onto the shoulders of fellow
classmates and it was a mark of
another Spirit Week gone by.
'l was happy that everybody else
was happy, and they were giving me
credit for it all when it was everybody
who made it happen,' said Gregory
about her class' victory.
Reagah tops HEWS list
As always the world experienced its
share of good and bad news during
Topping the list of newsmakers and
events was President Ronald Reagan
WhO met with Soviet Leader Mikhail
Gorbachev in Geneva and recuperated
from serious cancer surgery during
Arroyans were as shocked as
anyone about the devastating earth-
quakes which hit Mexico City and the
tragedy which occured in Columbia
when a volcano exploded. Many Dons
feared for relatives in both nations,
but hO bad hEWS of local tI'3QEdV
EVOiVEd, ahd all Al'l'OV3hS' I'Ei3tiVES
WEFE fOUhd safely.
lh SDOl"tS the school W3tChEd with
EZQEI' 3htiCiD3tiOhi3S did the Ehtil'E
h3tiOhi when Pete ROSE of the CihCih'
hatti Reds broke Ty CObb'S all-time hit
I'eCOl"d with his hiStOriC 4, 192 slam
3Q3ihSt Sah DiEQO.
Strife hit SOUth Afl'iC3 35 DIBCKS DFO-
tEStEd apartheid Bhd EIS h13hY US
fil'l'hS tried tO dECide whether to keep
ihVESth'IEhtS Ol' to diVESt South Affi-
Yllde W0l'ldllP Ph0t0S
RiOtS Wefe 8lITlOSt daily OCCUFBHCE fh SOI
AfI'fC3 85 blacks Dl'Ol'eSted fOI' fheff f'ighl'S.
whdf big boys eat
DEITIOHSUZUDQ Whe8tiESDOWEf', REUS' PEteRl
DI'e3kS Ty CODUS hit fECOI'd against the I
B0l"l1 il1 the USA
ROCKET BFUCE SDI'ff7QStEEl'7 married and SEZ'
f13I'iOl7 tappfhg With his SOld'OUf COhCEI'tS.
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Among the prominent people to die this year
were Yul Brynner, Rock Hunteriwhose AIDS
death shocked the countryi, and Film Great
Pf6Sid8f'lf Reagan and his wife Naf1CY give U16 all
right Sign from hiS hospital window in July after
Uf7d9i'Q0iI'iQ Caf'iC6f SUFQEFY.
FOUI' P2l9Stir7ian f.'ErrOriStS hyacked the AChill9
LaUl'O cruise liner and killed One Af'l1El'iCafl.
ChriSta MCAUliffe fOldS her training uniform 35
she DI'9Dal'9S to become the fiI'Sf AITiEI'iCaI7
teacher to C'I'aVEl in SpaCE.
Squad DGl'fOl'lTlS ffl fl3fiOl'l3l CON te lf'
'lt didn't really hit me that we were
actually going until we boarded the
plane,' said Junior Stacey Medeiros
about the Rally Squad's trip to
Orlando, Florida and the National
The Northern California Champions
were chosen to attend nationals last
November, leaving them with a
month to perfect a new routine. Prac-
tices were long and hard, with the
group spending an average of 25
hours a week.
Along with the strenuous practice
schedule, the squad also had to raise
over S1 6,000. 'lt was really hard trying
to juggle your time between home-
work, practices, and fundraising,'
stated Co-head Cheerleader Rochelle
The trip was plagued with injuries,
beginning with Julie Lumley's broken
armlwhich occurred during practicel.
Luckily, the injury occurred early
enough so that a routine change was
'I was sad,' said Becerra. 'It was my
last year. we were competing
nationally, and I got hurtl'
Awaiting their turn to perform, the Squad
stands nervously at attention.
DE'fT7Of7SfI'3l'iI'lg his M6XfC8I'l Afl1eI'lC8fl hefifage,
Junior Marcus HUiZ8I' fools 3I'OUf7d at EDCOIL
32 National Competition
According to Cross, the pressures of
competing became a reality when the
squad was only minutes from taking
the floor. 'I was sure the Whole sta-
diucgn could hear my heart beat,' she
The heat was on as the squad filed
onto the floor. Seconds seemed like
hours as they awaited the music to
Hours of dedication, accompanied
by injuries, pain, and tears were over
within two and one-half minutes.
What the squad had been striving for
was over. Three stunts weren't com-
pleted, partly because of nerves, but
also because of injuries.
'I was excited because I had a feeling
of accomplishment,' said Head Song-
girl Darlene Sasaki.
The feelings, though, weren't the
same between all squad members. 'I
kept saying to myself, 'all that hard
work and we came so close. said Cros
With a few d3yS Still left of their
trip, the group decided to make the
best of it. They attended Epcot Center
and Dlsneyworld on New Year's Eve
and arrived home the next day.
Parents and friends eagerly awaited
their arrival, anxious to hear of the
trip. Stated Junior Jill Cravalho who
contracted chickenpox on the plane,
'lt felt good to be home. The pressure
was off us, eventhough we didn't do
as well as we expected'
Dil'eCtOl' of ACtiVitieS Jack Hunt said
ofthe excursion, 'Despite everything
that happened, I would do it all over
LOOKIITQ happy, Advisors J8Ck HUf'lf Bfld L3UI'3
CISDD get ready for the long plane trip to FlOI'id8.
Posing pyramid style, Squad Members Sean
Wildman, Dave Hutchinson, Tony Aniasco, Mar-
cus Huizar, Robbie Hitchcock, Dan Kahn, and Tom
Fashinell show their strength in front of
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Fiflaiiy finding fheil' Chip fl' Dales, .iUI7iOl'S SZ'8C6y
iVi6CiEil'O5 afld Si'l3l'lf7Of7 Kiegmafl DOSE for Cafldid.
Front Ro W, Shelle y Borges. Second Row, Jennifer
Gregory, Theresa Yim, Tony Aniasco, Shelley
Bunker, and Tanya Anderson. Third Row, Danielle
Gragg, Julie Lumley, Helena Weiss, Chris Becerra,
Jill Cravalho, Cindy House, Elaine Rockowitz,
Shannon Klegman, and Kristy Dezotte. Back
Ro W, Marcu Huizar, Dan Kahn, Dave Hutchinson,
Rochelle Cross, Nicole Zoggas, Darlene Sasaki,
Stacey Medeiros, Doug Statler, Tom Fashinell,
and Robbie Hitchcock.
National Competition 33
CIOSG UD l'OUl'S CZDNIOI
Washington DC or bust was the
motto for18 Arroyo students as they
prepared themselves for an unfor-
gettable week back East.
Fundraisers before the trip took
place to help raise the S855 needed for
the Close Up excursion which occurred
Residing at the Quality Inn in Pen-
tagon City, Virginia, AHS students
roomed with other pupils from Geor-
gia and Louisiana. Ideas, customes, and
lifestyles were shared as each learned
about the other's way of life in
another state. The southern accent
was the most obvious difference
between the states. 'At first We didn't
really like them, but at the end, we
didn't want to leave because we
became such good friends. It was hard
to say goodbye,' commented Junior
Seminars and bus tours filled the
days, while smaller group discussions
on current issues filled the nights.
Students were able to hear various
speakers, then had a chance to ask
questions that concerned them.
'l was able to see all the things that
l've only read about,' stated Advisor
Diana Sarchett. 'l realized how impor-
tant intrernational issue are to the
United States and also to respect our
A tWO-Clay visit to Williamsburg,
Virginia was also included in the trip.
Each student was treated to an old
fashioned dinner which was served
during the colonial period. A tour of
Williamsburg helped students to
imagine what life during the late
1700s was like.
For a night on the town, students
were treated to a fish or chicken
dinner at Hogates and then escorted
to Ford's Theater to see 'Little Me,' a
Neil Simon play.
'The play was fun, but knowing that
Lincoln was shot there gave the place
a gloomy feeling,' stated Senior She-
ree Wang about the experience.
YES, MY. Pl'eSidel1f
Clo wning around the White House, Junior Susie
Schwarz poses with President Reagan.-Fooled
Unveiled in 1985 was the vietNam War veterans
Memorial which Close Up members visited in
Front Ro w, Marianne Laszlo, Buffy Kuykendall,
sandy Marejcic. Middle Row, Shawna Quigley,
Jenny Phipps, Lisie Ferreira, Gina Sanchez, Carol
Partridge, and Marcy Aranda. Back Ro w, Cecelia
Jeong, Michelle Gonzalez, Susie Schwarz, Sheree
Wang, Vicki Bargagliotti, Lori Steiner Christine
Cla yson, and Cindy Epperson.
34 close up
CCII1 R0lIlIiE pldy?
After ViSitir'lg the White HOUSE, decorated for
the holidays, Seniors M3fi3l1I'l6 Laszlo, LiSi6 Fef-
I' eil' 3, and Buffy KUYKGFIUBII shelter fi76mS6iV9S
from the fail? OUfSidE the Qafei
JUI'liOl'S Vicki B3l'g3QiiOtl'i, Susie SCi'IW3l'Z, Ci'lI'iS-
UNE Clayson, 3l'ldLOI'i Sf6il16l'DO56 bfiefiy b6fOl'6
the W35i'lil7Qt'OD Monument.
W8I'Ci'lif'lQ intensely 35 8 CIOSE UD student i68l'l7S
how the COiOI7i3i5 bUiil' fheil' homes, S6I7iOfS
Sandy Matejcic and Cindy EDDGFSOH enjoy l'i'l6if
visit to COIOI'li3I Williamsburg, Virginia.
Forfeiting dinner for a Domino's pizza, Seniors
Gina Sanchez and Buffy Kuykendall discuss the
previous presidential seminar over sparkling
cider while Senior Marianne Laszlo opens a gift in
Celebl'3tiOrl of her birth.
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DiSCUSSfl'lQ the HOHOI' DEJV DIEJITS with CIUD
membefS, AdViSOI' Vicki BfS5ell suggests 3 lOC8'
tfOfl for an activity.
CSF dOUbleS QFOUD
California SCHOIBFSND Fedel'8tlOY1
f'eCOQI'1iZed StUdef'ltS with good
QI"3deS and WEIS associated With the
National HOI'lOf' SOCietY.
According to CO-AdViSOl' Mary
Camezon, 'THIS QFOUD is 3 benefit for
college. CSF looks very good OH 3
TO j0iFI the organization, StUdeI'1tS
had to SLIDlTIit an 3DDliC3tiOI'l with 3
verification of grades to CO'AC1VlSOf'
ViCKi BiSSell. Bissell verified grades and
kept tf'3CK of scholastic I'eCOI'dS BHG
community service projects of club
According to Camezon, the club
program did not change dramatically,
except that more studentsjoined the
organization. In the second semester,
over 60 students applied for member-
ship, a 100 per cent increase.
Several fundraisers, led by Club Pres-
ident Cecelia Jeong, were held during
the school year. Also planned was a
spring Honor Day to acknowledge the
amount of academic work that
Highlighting club meetings were
several pizza feeds which seemed to
boost involvement and interest in the
I-iStEl1 fb llle
CiViI7Q hef' ODil7iOf1, CSF Secretary Buffy KUYKEI7'
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Marianne LZSZIO and AdViSOI' MBFY C8fT1eZOl'l
Cdll tb Ofdel'
Checking meeting 8ttel7d3f7Ce, AdVfSOf' Vicki Bis-
sell IOOKS over the California SCf'lOl3I'Sf'Iip Fedefa
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'lt was a huge success...a full housel'
stated Band Leader Rochelle Cross
about December's Winter Concert.
The Winter concert was held
December 18 in the cafetorium.
Tickets were sold at S1 with an activ-
ity sticker and S2 without a seal.
According to cross, 70-100 students
performed in the concert which con-
sisted of students who played and
sang various compositions. Taking in
the annual event were the Concert
Band, intermediate Band, Jazz Band, A
Cappella Choir, Mixed Choir, and
About the highlight of the evening,
Cross stated, 'lt's really hard to say
because everyone played very well.
But there did seem to be a couple of
The Concert Band played a number
called, 'Continental Christmas,' which
Cross felt pleased the crowd. For its
finale, the Band played Christmas
favorites while the Mixed Choir and A
Cappella coaxed the audience into a
'l would say this was probably on of
the best concerts we've had,' said
Cross. 'lt was our far most successful,'
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SHIGS SUDDOIT activitie
Felling the need for extra funding
for activities, many classes and clubs
put in extra time and energy into rais-
ing money by conducting various
sales and activities.
Products on sale ranged from
stuffed animals to Christmas ribbons
to candy to sweatshirts to bull
The rally squad probably had one of
the largest fundraising campaigns,
spending the entire school year to
raise 515,000 to attend National
Cheerleading Championships in Or-
lando, Florida. 'We had a hard time rais-
ing the money and selling things
because of all the other fundraisers
and because it was so close to Christ-
mastime,' stated Songgirl Elaine
Other groups tried to sell their pro-
ducts for money,but were not as suc-
cessful as the rally squad. 'Most of the
Sales seemed to be happening all at
the same time,' stated Junior Pat
'Many Stud6l1tS C0uIdl'I't find the
money to buy our things because of
all the other events. Their money was
also spent on Christmas presents for
family and fri6l'ldS,' said JUI'liOl' Julie
Class Councils and publications and
music groups also tried to raise
needed money by sponsoring dances,
selling flowergrams, and selling com-
.lU5f like Cl PPO
Giving if all she QOII, T6aCh6I' Debbie Knight
I'efUI'hS a spike at the Volleyball Nighf.
Break it up
Ehl0Yihg a scuffle dUI'ihg a volleyball IT'lafCh,
:96hiOl'Dah COfT7bS,S9hiOI'BOb V9gaS, S9hiOI'JUh'
IOI' DGHOYOS, Sophmore JOEY Villalobos, JLIl7iOI'
Jon Jacoby, and S9hiOI' BO Youngblood pile Oh
fOD of Ohe ahOth6I'.
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Awalfihg the f'E5Ull'S of COIT'lDUf6I' Clafihg, .lUhiOI'
Jehhifel' EdWal'd5, SOlJhOIT'lOf'9 AaI'Oh BOlahg9I',
.lUhiOI' Dah Mafk, S9I1iOl' TOITI Young, and Eighth
Gfadef Joey PaShaWah QFOW fifed of Waiting in
line for COml9UfEf date I'6SUll'S.
WOl'kihg at the al7f'lUal HOlTl6COh1il'lg DahCG,
Eighth Gfadel' .lane Gregory and Sophomore
Stephanie KESIGH Cafef to fhiI'SfY daf'iC6f'5.
Three S9l7iOl'S 3ffEl7dSf3 te lTl6El'il7Q
Arroyo representatives Dan Kahn,
Robert Monroe, and LiSie Ferreira tra-
veled to Sacramento State University
in August to learn about California
government as a part of the Girls' and
Boys' State programs, sponsored by
the American Legion.
Held fl'Om June 22-29 and July 'I-8,
the sessions were attended by one
boy and one girl from every high
school in California. Kahn was selected
as a second Arroyo representative
after another area candidate decided
to drop out of the program.
DBITITY Kahn K
44 Bovsvcirls' State
According to Kahn, 916 boys a-
ttended Boys' State and were divided
into seven counties and 28 cities. Each
county elected officials. Monroe
served as a judge, and Kahn was ele-
vated to the county board of advisors
and an election board.
'There was also free time and
recreational time,' stated Kahn about
'The experience gave me a better
understanding of how our govern-
ment works,' said Monroe.
According to Kahn, meeting all of
the representatives from different
schools was interesting.
Girls' State representative Lisle Fer-
reira said, 'There were 550 girls at the
program and, from what l heard, we
were twice as IOud and closer knit
than the 916 boys! This program was
run similarily to the boys'.'
'I got so much out of the entire
week. We went there to learn about
government, but it was also a grow-
ing experience,' said Ferreira.
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Shelley BOFQES flash smiles of ViCt0l'V at lUI1Ch.
Maybe we should have entered? sophomores YIOHCIEI' WHO?
fl2?,'Z's"i'ZZZanigmi'Zlff?O'Z'Z'ZZ?,SSl,'?2?'fifg Lfaokffw Qf' Wffh FUf'0S'fV' Sophomofe Laura
V W Mlgle awaits the wlnners of the lunch contest.
LOOK at those toes! senior Teri Norman walks by
the cameraman and displays her socks.
46 COStUITIE DZYS
I' SS dayspro vepopul I'
Participation increased for the
annual costume days held around
'We make up the dress days as we go
along,' stated R2lliES Commissioner
Dan Kahn who was surprised that
even some of the teachers partici-
pated in the events.
'l think it's good because students
have a chance to get involved and it
breaks the monotony of schooI,' said
Junior Carrie Oliveira about the days.
Oliveira also thought that this year's
participation seemed better than in
Besides Halloween, Senior Sock and
Silence Day was successful. Any senior
caught talking to an underclassman
had to give him a ticket. The senior
with the most tickets at the end of
the day won a prize.
Red and White days were held on
Fridays to boost school spirit and to
'unify the student body,' said Rally
Member Shannon Klegmann.
other days for Odd costumes
included a Mickey Mouse Day and GI
Joe Day during October Homecoming
COfTlDEl'il7Q for hOI7OfS, S6I7iOfS Cifla S3I'lCi76Z,
Li5iE F8fI'Eif3, Theresa Yim, Teri NOFITISH, and
MiCh6il6 Smith EXDFGSS theil' CIBSS Spifif.
Did somebody IOSG their DUITOIT collection?
Senior Gil18 Sanchez 5661715 to have found it
Attired fOr the day, Fl'EShrTlaf'l MiCh6lIe Sfeffa-
Hefti SCOffS8fDhOfOQI'8DheI' Onhel' Way to Cl3SS.
Costume nays 47
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.lUl1i0l' CICISS COUl1Cil
Seated, Sf13I'lI1Of7 Klegman, S6CfEf8I'Yg BFEHI'
AHGEFSOH, Vice Pl'6SiCl9nl'. B8Ck ROW: Pf6SidEI7f
J9l7I7if6f GI'9gOf'V and Treasurer Pal' MOI7f'O6.
48 class Councils
W ini" ,
Eighth GYCICIE CICISS
Fl'Of1l' ROWg WCG PfESiClEf7f Shannon BUUGI' and
Treasurer Denise Valenzuela, Secretary Tracy Tf9a5Uf?f,D?b0f-ah Wef5S Bafk ROW: 59Cf9f9fV
Marshaul and Vice president Rochelle Zoggas' Donna Tlslflnn and President Debbie Forsberg.
TI'93SUf'EI' Dale C3I'SOf7, S6Cf'6f8I'V Daflefle S8S8ki,
WCG PI'65id6I'If Tefi NOfm8II, and PI'eSid6I'lf Li5i6
Front Ro w, Sean Wlldman, president. Back Row,
Linda Smith, treasurer, Cheryl Metz, secretary,
and Colleen Butler, vice president.
0ffiC9l'S lead classes ffl fUl7dl'3iSil'lQ
With all of the new ideas and
changes made in 1986, class presidents
took on the school year with very
'l was really pleased with how the
Winter Ball turned out,' stated
Sophomore Class President Sean
Wildman. Wlldman also commented
on how his class had doubled its treas-
ury since the previous year.
Eighth Grade CIZSS President Jane
Gregory had quite a year, too. 'we're
trying to start early on our fundrais-
ers so that we can raise all the money
we need for the future,' she said
about her year.
With very high expectations for her
class, Junior President Jennifer Gre-
gory stated, 'i'm really glad to see that
more people got involved in the class
activities, especially the Junior Prom
which I hope is a big success.'
Senior Class President LiSie Ferreira
hoped to have an extravagent Senior
Ball. 'Although we're doing things a lit-
tle differently than before, the class
has been very cooperative,' said FET'
reira about her peers.
'l'm glad to see that more people
got involved this year,' said Debbie
Forsberg, ninth grade president.
As in the past, most class activities
concerned fundraising to support
class activities in the senior year.
CIaSS councils 49
Watch my finger
WOl'kiI7Q hafd- on the DEFICHES .lUFliOl'S Mafk
Wagnefand Ken TUdfI7O assist T68Ch6l' ROI1 Arid'
EFSOI7 ffl COf7Sfl'UCfi0f7.
Tfimming the EXCESS, ASSiSf8nf Principal MYFO
L6ViI'I DUfS the fiI13l touches OI1 U16 DGFICHES.
Relaxing ffl the 5fT7OkinQ afea, 3 QFOUD of Sl'U'
d6l'lfS hangs out affel' school.
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V3l7dl'O l'Gl0C3fES SlTlOkil7Q 3F93
Effective November 15, the boun-
aries of the smoking area were
oved from the patio area to a spot
etween C and D'H3llS.
Not only was the entire smoking
rea relocated, but a change in policy
as also made by Principal Ralph Van-
ro. Students could smoke before
chool, at lunch, and during passing
eriods. No smoking was permitted
uring instructional time. Students
ho violated the new regulation
ere subject to suspension.
In addition to moving the area, a
ew redwood deck was built from
ampus improvement funds. Under
he direction of Assistant Principal
Myron Levin and Wood Shop InStrUC-
tor Ron Anderson, the new decking
was installed in two days to student
After gathering student and
faculty opinions, Vandro moved the
area from the patio. 'lt was something
that we needed to address,' he said
about his decision.
According to Vandro, student reac-
tion to the move differed as some
students favored the move, while
others opposed it.
'lt doesn't matter to me because l
don't smoke,' said Sophomore Doug
Santos about the change.
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Admffing the finished product, Shop TGSCHEI'
RON Af'ld6I'SOf'l, ASSf5l'3l'If Principal MYFOI7 LeViI'I,
Gfeg WZQHSIZ JZITIGS, Wafd, JOEY Ponzo, and KET!
Tudino SUFVEY the d6CkS.
VCU l'lli55ed Cl 5p0f
P8il'7l'il'lQ the DSW redwood benches fOl' U76
SmOkil1Q afea, JUFHOI' KUIT TOlT7iCiCh makes SUFG
he dO65I'l'l' fTliSS 8 SDOC
Hey, dllde! 2'l.ll3?
Getting together Bl' lunch, fff6I7dS make U59 of
U76 SITTOIUHQ afea.
Gbf Cl Cigdfefte?
Taking 8 break, Seniors Susan PEITY, MfCh9ll9
RGDOSS, and MfCf79ll6 Jolivette fE'l3X.
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Approximately 25 rallies took place
on campus during lunchtime.
To name a few, rallies were held
with contests for 'Best Costume' on
Halloween and 'craziest SOCKS' on
Senior Sock and Silence Day. Rallies
were also held for Spirit Week and a
number were held to raise spirit.
'I think the rallies would Q0 better if
we had more crowd invoIvement,'
stated Rally Commissioner Dan Kahn.
'The student body isn't very sup-
It was true that few students con-
tributed to making rallies successful,
and one reason for that could have
been open campus. Students disap-
peared at lunch.
According to Junior Elaine Rocko-
witz, rallies received a good response.
'l think they should play a larger var-
iety of music, but otherwise, I think
they're successful in getting students
About her opinion on lunch rallies,
Junior Jill Cravalho stated, 'They liven
up the lunch hourl'
Much hard work went into planning
the rallies, including running the
sound system, supplied by lnstuctor
Ron Anderson. contests were organ-
ized by Kahn. 'Being rally commis-
sioner isa lot of hard work, but I enjoy
seeing the successes.'
Second runners-up Joanne Derieg and Robb
Pandolfo relax at the Homecoming luncheon.
Awaiting a lunch performance, a crowd anx-
iously anticipates the Rally Squads Omega
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With tongue out of her' mouth, Senior Michelle
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FOS and SEI7iOl' LiSiG Feffeifa watch.
QUEEI1 'FOI' CI dlly
W3ViI7g to U16 crowd, Sophomore Chfi5tiI'i6 Cun-
nifiQi'i3IT7 D9i'fOI'IT'lS 3 skit 31' the H0fT79COlTlil7g
Photos by Gul-lbaldl
CYCIHK if UP!
Turning up the music, Junior Ed Kinder makes
sure he gets the best sound
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During lunch Sophomores Rik Sasaki and Senior
Chad Moul enjoy an activity.
Lunch I'3ili9S 5 3
Though we both have a-
ttended Arroyo since the Eighth
1 hhh if
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fa h h
I am most grateful to all of my
teachers and coaches who have
helped me so much throughout
my years at Arroyo.
I'Ve had a great high SCl'lO0l life
here at Arroyo. Getting involved
with my class and school activi-
ties made all the difference in
the world. It gave me the chance
to meet different kinds of
Grade, we first started seeing
one another in our junior year.
Ever since then, we've been
HWSGDZFHDIG. , we think of each
other as best friends,
What I will remember l'TlOSt
about AYTOYO is all of the fl'lEl'lClS
and people l'VE met OVEI' the DaSt
five Yeal'S.l'VG had SOITIE of the
best times in my life and l HODE tO
have mal'lV mOf'E.
l'll remember everything, not
just one thirlg. I will miss all the
dances, spirit week, sports. I will
Cherish all the aClVlSe and
encouragement the teachers
What l will lTliSS l'rlOSiC about
leaving Arroyo is leaving all of
my closest friends that the peo-
ple with whom I am going to
Hi, l'm Jason! l usually don't try
to be funny, l try to be nice, but l
guess it comes out kind of funny.
I hope future Arroyans will enjoy
their years as much as l enjoyed
graduate ll'I '86.
Have brother in Class of 87
Going to miss the trees and
people at Arroyo
sometimes I don't think of my
drumming as a talent, but a job.
It's what I am probable going to
be doing for the rest of my life. It
also makes me money but I really
think fame is the best part of it
all. To have someone write to
you from a foreign country and
tell you that your an awesome
musician os a natural high all in
itSelf. I thihk my dream is finally
going to come true. I can
remember when I was wearing
Garanamals and still rolling
aI'OUhd ih the mud
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I eventually hope to pursue a
career in journalism, in theater,
or a career that incorporates
both fields. NIV gOal after high
school is to escape from suburbia
by moving to a large city to
attend college. Being independ-
ent is important to me, but I
could not have survived four
years at Arroyo without my
friends. I want to desperately
seek a way to make a small, but
significant contribution to the
In all of my years in high school,
I have always thought of SPIRIT
as a large role in activities.
I think Arroyo has lots of spirit
and when I graduate, I'm really
going to miss it.l
What l will I'T1iSS ITlOSt about
Arroyo High SCl'lOOl when l grad'
Llate BFS 'Cl'lE extra CUl'l'lCUl3l'
activities SUCl'l 35 TFHCK and Field,
Ski Club, 3l'lCl the fOOflIJ3ll Q3lT1ES.
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Arroyo High has been a great
part of my life these past five
years. I've met most of my
friends here and l'll miss seeing
them after graduation.
l'm really excited about gra-
duating this year, although I will
miss so many things about this
school. I've made a lot of friends
here and, with them over the
years, I've shared many great
times, memories that will remain
in my mind for the rest of my life.
Being a member of the Arroyo
Girls' Varsity Soccer Team for the
past four years has been a very
big part of the fun during my
high school years. Also, I am glad
to have been a member of the
Class of '86 because, in my opin-
ion, we're the BEST!
What I will remember most
about Arroyo is my experiehceih
sports and my friends. Arroyo is
also the same school my parents
attended. I plan to continue my
education and play baSeball.
Another sport I enjoy is skiing. I
just want to say good luck to the
Class of '86 and future graduates
of Arroyo High School.
During my five years at
Arroyo, I have through some
that I will forever treasure.
The most important thing I
learned at this school is how spe-
Cial fl'iel'lClS can be. With0LIt them
I wouIdn't be as content as I am
now. I will never forget all of my
friends that l've made at
Arroyoieven the ones who came
Why I was voted for being
most shy, l'll never know, Could it
be that I wear too much blush?
My major problem is shy-
ness, and I want to somehow
change. I don't know how it
started, but I just can't seem to
let myself go and express my
feelings, instead I keep them
lOCked up inside. It may sound
crazy, but I'm sure other people
have this same problem. This
may also seem crazy, but I think
that I'm going to miss school
quite a lot, with all the furl,
friends, laughs, and activities
involved. I want to thank Arroyo
High School for all of the great
56 senior Favorites
MOSt IJKEIY to Succeed
I'm really sorry to graduate
because I'Il really miss all the
wonderful teachers at Arroyo
and all the friends and activities
that go along with school. l'II
especially miss the sports activi-
ties which were very special to
me because I had an excellent
coach, Metcalf, and all the friends
Next September Wherll Will be
entering college, I hope I can
uphold the Arroyo name and
achieve good grades and follow
with a succssful career.
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Most Likely to Succeed
When I think ofthe meaning of
'most likely to succeed,' I would
have to say that this honor does
not belong to one or two people,
but should bestowed upon the
entire CIaSS of '86.
We are all winners and all of us
have the potehtial to achieve. All
of us should follow the words of
Ralph Waldo El'hel'SOI'l, 'Hitch
your wagon to a star! I expect to
see a parking lot full of BMW's at
the five year reunion.
l am QOlhQ tO l'T1iSS AYTOYO High
VEFY f'hUCh Wheh l Qfadllafe.
There is SOfT'l6 great l'h6lT'lOl'lES
left here Bhd l'll l'l9Vel' fOI'QGf
them. l hope Wheh l graduate
that I see all my friends.
Due to this award, my girl-
friend and I have been arguing
continuously. I had no plans on
advancing ih this field due to the
fact that my girlfriend plans on
inflicting bodiy harm ifl do.
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S l'l'Tl going tO l'hlSS Arroyo. No mOf'E
xSCF9WlhQ around. l QUESS I'll have
to fake life S9l'lOLlSlY at thE UFIIVEI'
sity of H9Sp6l'l3h. Here l COl'T1El To
al'l'TlS! To 3l'h'lSl Real WOl"lCl, h6l'e l
The thing l'll miss most about
Al'l'0y0 is the fl'iel1dS thatl had at
this school. I know when I leave
the Arroyo. l'll probably not see
most of my friends that I had at
Al'l'OyO. I'll miss them but the
memorys of the good times I had
I will always have with me but I
will also meet new friends in my
life after school Hopefully
though I will be able to see some
of my old friends from school at
reunions and be able to laugh at
the old memory that we had in
School involvement has
always been important to me.
Arroyo is not just an institution
for academics, but for activities
as well, and by being a part of
this has helped me to grow a
great deal. I have enjoyed being a
part of the Class of 1986's victo-
ries and accomplishments and
will miss the closeness and secur-
ity that Arroyo has given us all.
I will miss the faculty and
friends who have been a part of
my everyday life for the past
I'm very excited, like most
seniors, to graduate, but I'm
going to miss Arroyo...a lot! Rally
Squad has been my life, and I'm
really going to miss my friends
on squad because we're like
brothers and sisters.
Arroyo has taught me a lot
abOLlf life HOpefUlly Ill be
accepted to San Jose State and
major in public relations and
I wish all the undergraduates
luck In following years at Arroyo
I will miss all the great times as
well as the bad. What l'll miss
most of all, though, will be my
friends. Without my friends I
couldn't of had my great times.
Without my friends I would have
had more bad times.
About my future I don't know
where, when, why, what, or how
l'lI be dOil'lg arlyfhihg. I wish to
graduate from college but that
seems so far away.
Though the future is a mys-
tery, the past is definitly a great
story. In fact it is many stories
rolled up into one great big one.
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Definitely my friends! I will also
miss all of my coaches and the
athletic aspect of high SChOOl. I'm
going to miSSall0fthe fun things
that high SChOOl Offel'S, espe-
cially the socializing with all of
my friends and going to all the
dances. I'm also going to miss the
feeling of closeness which
Arroyo has. Last, but not least,
lm going to miss having the
opportunity to meet new people
from arroyo, but also from other
schools when we engage in a
lt'S really l'lal'Cl to believe that
we are QOll'lQ to graduate af'lCl Q0
OUT' separate ways. What lT'laKeS
it l'lal'Clel' is that we l"laVe SLlCl'1 a
ClOSe ClaSS that has QFOWH UD
fOQetl'leI' over the DaSf flVe
years. l'm still Lll"ldeClCleCl Ofl my
fUfUl'e Cal"eel'. Maybe I'll know by
OUI' flVe Veal' l'eUl1iOl'l!
I'd like to thank all of my
fl'lel'ldS in The ClaSS of '86 for mak-
ing my school years special ones!
BeSf of lUCKl
'86 HS fOD
After five IOYIQ YEHTS of hard work,
SGYUOI' CGCEHB Jeong 63f'l"l9Cl the DFES'
fiQiOUS title of V2lGdiCtOI'i3I'1 for the
class of 1 986,
Jeong Dlaflned to attend LOFIQ Beach
State Uf'liVel'SifV and major in DUSWIESS
This mornning I took it upon
myself to do a little afternoon
The team had just begun def-
ensive drills, so I took this time
to speak with the Quarterback,
Roddy O'Flannigan who had just
finished a few sprints.
'Yo, Flanniganl You want my
COl3?'l asked, holding a cool and
delicious can of the thirstquench-
'Naw, that's all right,' said
Flannigan turning around.
'ReaIIy, you can have it,' I said
insistingly, looking for a slight
Clue that might emerge from
'WeIl, I, Uh, OkEly,' he said, tak-
ing the soda and gulping it down
to refresh himself.
During this brief moment, I
discovered now eagerly he took
the Soda with a firm grip. He
was easily under my spell from
this point on.
so SDOrtS Diivision
'How can one.,
book contain so ll l
-PIHVDOV magazine ll., ,Niy
'So, Mr. O'Flannigan, you're
from a well-established commu-
nity in Ireland? Wealthy parents?
A very fine record,' I expressed
to him very cautiously.
'Iye, all 'dem are true,' he said
with his Irish accent, almost too
much for a native Irishman.
Since I had him in agreement
with me, I tried to shock him
into a confession. s
Yes, it's all clear now. You had
no need to come to America, no
less to San Lorenzo. You have a
fine background, wealth, and an
impressive education. it's as clear
as honeydew now. You had noth-
ing like Red Pride in Ireland, S0
you came to Arroyo to steal it.
Admit it! You deliberately came
here to take Arroyo's Red Pridel'
'No, sir, I would do nothin' of
the sort. I came here to see
what America was all-about. l
thought San Lorenzo was a nice,
small, quiet comm unity! ne. rep-
lied shocked at my accusation.
O'Flannigan was just where I
Wanted him. Ah, ha! So YOU think
San Lorenzo is a small commun-
ity, huh? Small enough for you
to get away with a crime. I'm
sorry, but this puts you In a
very awkward position.' At this
point, I thought for sure he was
ready to surrender.
'What ih blO0lTlih' tal'l'lati0l'lS
are you trying to get at, mate?l
couldn't have taken the blasted
Red.Pl'iCle. WhV I COUld very well
be the heart of Red Pride. l hae
this bloomin' team 'iped up to a
peak. Without the Red Pride, no
Arroyo team, let alone the foot-
ball Squad, could be what lt iS.'
AS he finished his SpeeCh with
considerable emotion, he tossed
the football to a fellow team-
mated and nearly knocked him
'Perhaps you are innocent' I
said while turning around. I start-
ed toward the center of cam-
pusiand thought to myself, 'But
perhaps you aren't.'
PIIOCOI by Cdllbdldl
ll7eXDel'iel7Ce hUl'tS Qil'lS
'Youth and inexperience led to a
dismal season for the Girls' varsity
Tennis Team,' according to Coach Gin-
With only four returning letterpeo-
ple, the squd consisted of two seniors,
twojuniors, five sophomores, and one
freshman. The top singles player for
the team was Senior Sandy Matejcic.
Heading the dOubleS squad were
sophomores Tami Ong and Jennifer
The team went 0-1 ll for the season.
'Learning was a key part ofthe team
because some players were playing
tennis for the first time,' said Jarman.
FOllOWff'lQ through With heffOfehal'ld, JUl'7i0l'Cal"
ffe ShODtaW makes an attempt at 3 SfTlaSh.
62 Girls' TeI1I'liS Team
'The girls played in the fall and really
that's the first time they have played
all year because they don't practice in
the summer and that affects their
play, too,' said Jarman. 'l wish they
would practice on their own,' said
Jarman about the team.
The squad had its best matches
against TehhYSOh. The Veal tough
team, though, WaS Mt. Eden which had
hOt lost a match ih two years ahd
'NOW that We'Ve gOt eXpeI'iel'1Ce
with the team, We'I'e hoping fOI" a
lTIUCh better SeaSOh,' said Jafmah.
Watch the btlll MY RClCKef---
With determination, Sophomore Candi Green Chatting with her ODOHGHI, SGHIOF Sandi' Mate!
goes for 3 backhand ghgt, CIC discusses her DFEVIOUS m3tCh
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6.13, 1 Albany 15, 15,15
15,15, 15 Las L0m3S 10, 5, 2
6,10 SHI LE3I'ldl'0 15, 15
15,15 San LOFEHZO 9, 6
15, 5 MC. Eden 12, 8
16, 2 SUDSEC 18, 15
15,15 C3Si'I'0 Villey 11, 7
15, 15, 15 Hayward 6, 15, 6
12, 15, 15 S30 LEBIIUYO 14, 5,10
15, 15 SZI1 LOIEHZO 8, 12
15, 15 TEHUYSUH 10, 4
d,15, 4 5LIl1S8t 15, 9, 15
15,15, 15 CBSITD Vdley 10, 15, 12
15,11, 15 Hayward 3.15, 8
15, 15 TEHHYSOR 15, 10
10,15, 9 MC. Eden 15,7,15
8.7, 15,10 SBI! l.88Ildl'O 15,15,8.15
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Jumping high to dink U79 ball, S6nfOl' Cindy Bal'-
I'OS gives the play HEI' all
Discussing what to do next, Coach Rob Wigand
talks with a tired Cindy Barros as senior Susan Bumping the ball high, Junior Nicole Montalvo Ff0f1f ROW: Edna Vfllemfnf Beffv Sei Nicole Men'
Edwards and Sophomore Deane Meinberglisten. follows through as Sophomore Theresa McCuI- fe'V0l Darlene Lum, and Thefese MCCUHUWT- Beek
fum wafgneg Row: Deane Meinberg, Shannon Amaro, Coach
Rob Wlgand Cindy Barros, and susan Edwards.
up, up, qwqy Varsity Vblleybdll
64 Varsity Volleyball
PIIOCOI by Gdflbdldl
With the talents of Sel'li0l'S Cindy
Barros and Susan Edwards, Junior
Nicole Montalvo, and Sophomore
Theresa Mccullum, the Girls' Varsity
Volleyball Team ended its season with
an impressive 10-4 record and a third
place in the Hayward Area Athletic
The girls had an exciting year with
tough play during every game. Their
only losses 'came against two of the
league's toughest teams, the Sunset
Falcons and the San Leadro Pirates.
The Dons did come together and beat
San Leandro in the second meeting of
the season. The only other loss came
against Mt. Edeh'S Monarchs.
About the season, CO3Ch Rob
Wlgand replied, ' l was very happy
with it. The athletes did a much better
jOb than I thOLlght they WOLlId.'
Bull! lf' Do if, DCIYIEIIE!
Getting into position Senior susan Eddwards Doing what she does best, Junior Darlene Lum
prepares to bump the ball successfully bumps the ball as Junior Edna Vil-
lamffl W3fCf79S the play.
'l think it was a great season,' said
Montalvo, 'for one because it was my
first year on the varsity, and also l
thihk the team altOgethel' played
Unity and desire to win were the big
factors in the squad. 'The team played
so well together because it was like
one big family and we all wanted to
make the playoffs,' said Montalvo,
Junior Betty So added, 'We were
strongly influenced by Mr. Wigand. We
knew we had to do good.'
Winning the most valuable award
was Barros. Junior Shannon Amaro
was most inpirational, and Sopho-
more Deane Meinberg was most
Jumping UD f0I' the DIOCK, S6f'IiOfS CfI'ldY Barros
EDU Susan Edwards UV tO stop 3 San LOFGHZO
varsity VOIIeybaII 65
PIIOIOI by Gllflbllldl
Gifisi SEHSUI1 improves
With a league record of nine wins
and five losses, the Girls' Jayvee VOI-
leyball Team had a banner season.
According to Second-year CO3Ch
Debbie Knight, the team was led by
outstanding play by Freshmen India
Carrera, Jenny Saunders, and SODhO'
more Maria Jarata to an overall record
of ten wins and eight losses.
'Toward the end of the season, the
girls played very well together. Their
serves became more consistent, their
passing was much better, and they
started hitting the balI,' stated
Throughout the season, the girls
played some good matches. The
toughest ones were against unde-
feated and League Champs the Sunset
Falcons and the San Leandro Pirates.
The best match came at the end of
Gdilig 'FOI' if
Going fora score, sophomore Maria Jarata waits
for the ball.
Keep it going
'During 3 rally, Sabrina Vieffa bumps the ball.
Leaping for the ball, Ff6ShfTi8I7 Sabfifla Vieffa
9065 fOI' 8 spike against S317 LOFGHZO.
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the season against Mt. Eden's
Monarchs. The Dons were victorious
with a 6-15, 15-4, and 15-11 match.
About the season, the Coach stated,
'lt was basically a year of learning,
considering most of the girls were
freshmen. They could have won more
games if they had been consistent.
Some days they wanted to play, oth-
el'S they didh't.'
At the end of the campaign, the girls
voted for honors. Most Valuable was
Carrera, Most Inspirational was Monica
Cuestas, and Most Improved was
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Uflffy assists Val' sity
Don Mentor Wayne Roberts ex-
pressed his disappointment over the
With hopes for a better year, the
Dons ended league play in seventh
place in the Hayward Area Athletic
League. ln comparing this squad to his
1982 champs, Roberts' disappoint-
ment was obvious.
Not all was lost as Roberts went on
to tackle some of the good points of
his squad. Team unity was excellent,
he said, and he FGDOITEG that there
were few attitude conflicts.
'We had good players, just no win-
ning attitudes. We went out there
and went through the motions,' said
Quarterback Dan Coombs about the
season. Coombs also remarked that it
'wasn't how much we passed, it's the
plays we used when we passed.'
Other players felt the same way as
Coombs. 'l think that, of course, our
offnese could have done better. Indi-
DFODDHTQ back FO DBSS, S6l1iOI' QU3l'f6I'b3Ck Dan
Coombs looks dOWI'Ifi6ld for l'6C6iV6lZ
68 Varsity FOOUJHII
vidual people could have excelled
more, such as in the quarterback posi-
tion,' said Lineman Lee Teich.
Other changes included the con-
tinued presence of new principal
Ralph vandro who satallgames outon
the sidelines to encourage players.
'vandro showed a lot more enthusi-
asm than former Principal Roy Han-
son. This helped along the way,' said
All-leaguer Junior Dehoyos.
Commenting on the team's strong-
est points, Junior Mark Todd, 'Our run-
ning game was excellent, led by Senior
Rex Reddick and Sophomore Joey
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pam. applies 8 Cl'UCi3l hit 85 SGNIOI' S9311 AFITISITOHQ
looks at the play.
GOff1Q fOI' the SCOFE, SEIWOI' All-leaguer REX Red-
dick OUUUHS U76 HAAL champion San Leandro
Front Row: Tom Fashinell, BOD Dabner, Doug
Santos, Rex Reddick, and Ron lngebretson.
Second Row: Coach Herb Walters, Dave Cuneo,
Todd Etringer, Steve Cabreana, Pat Monroe, Jeff
vierra, Rob Monroe, and Coach Rich Meitz. Third
Row: Rod Shinko, sean Armstrong, Junior
Dehoyos, Joe villalobos, Dan Coombs, and scott
Pinkler Fourth Row: EfiCk Vandeveer Steve
Wright, D8 ve Schardt, and Glen A viles. Fifth Row:
Coach Naish Piazza, Don Kolinski, Eric Larson,
Mark TOUCI Jason Vaughn, Eden Peck, and Coach
Wayne Roberts. Sixth Row, Gary Laffleun RiCh
REEKI Albert Tang, Bo Youngblood, and Lee Teich.
Back Row: Jason Walling, Paul Howd, Bobby
Dehoyos, Tony Aniasco, and Jeff Brady.
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Front Row: Don Stanford Jim Nazer, Tim Kahn,
Gary Vidales, Don Cabreana. Second Rovm Mark
Edelman, Rick Martin, Paul Fosten Na than San-
chez, Ken Jackson. Third Rovm Sean Wildman,
Sean Thompson, Dano van A grella, Mike Schultz,
Hiram Moy. Fourth Row: Coach Mike Saenz, Gary
Sanchez, Brian Meendenhall, Toby Tresslen Jim
Spear Fifth Row, Chester Murph v, Darren Wen-
dell, Conrad LaRosa, Sam Arnold Back Row:
Coach Gene Gire, Todd Reia, Alberto Sedano,
John Evans, Chris Williams, Mark Vasconcellos,
Coach George Dunphy.
TFWDQ to fhI'OW Off an opponent, FFGSHITIZI7
Bfiafl MEFIUEITHBII bI'68kS UTFOUQH the line.
Ph0t0I by Gllflbdldl
Fl'OSl'l fake second
place ffl league
Going 6-1 in league play, it was a
great year for the Frosh-Soph Foot-
With that record, the squad cap-
tured second place in the Hayward
Area Athletic League. 'We were three
points away from the championship,'
said both coaches, Gene Gire and
'The team played well as a unit,' said
Player Ken Jackston. According to
Jackson, team strength was equally
distributed on the squad. 'No one indi-
vidual stood out, our success was due
to unity,' he said.
B001! if! llnhund me
In an Qff9mp.t to SCOFE, Sophomore Sean Wild' Attempting to break a defenders hold' Fresh.
man KICKS 2 field eval. man Mike Schultz tries to get past the
Thl'OWfI1g 8 block, Sophomore Ch6Sf6l' MUFPHY
attempts to Open 8 hole fOI'3 running back.
After going 0-3 in pre-season play,
the team felt inexperience was a
major weakness. The squad then came
back with an impressive four-game
stretch in which their opponents tal-
lied no scores. The team wound up
with five shutouts for the season.
The Dons onlyloss cameinleague to
a very strong Castro Valley team, 38-
55, in the last minute of play. Arroyo
led 21-6 at the half, but the Tl'Oj3l'lS
came storming back to outscore
AFFOVO in the SECOl'ld half. With the
loss, the Dons were knocked out of the
championship and fell into second
place where they stayed for the rest
of the season.
With the laCk of experience, the
team countered with a strong
defense which won it several games
early in the league season. Other
teams averaged only six points
against the Dons, while Arroyo piled
up an average score of 31 points per
game against their opponents.
Frosn-sopn F00tbaIl 71
DUNS l3Ck team Ul"lll'V
Once again the downfall of the
Dons' Boys' Varsity Basketball Team
was due to a lack of team unity.
'The reason for our unsuccessful
season was a lack of team unity and
enthusiasm,' said Senior Captain Bo
Youngblood Wl'lO did not finiSl'l the
The team failed again to make the
Hayward Area Athletic League Play-
offs. At presstime, the Dons' record in
league was two wins and 'IO losses.
The DOnS' toughest competition
came from Mt. Eden who was ranked
number one in the East Bay and was
12-0 in league and 24-O on the 1986
'MIL Eden just had too l'nUCl'l talent
for the rest of the league,' said
Sophomore Jason Walling of the
tial but the competition was to
Stlff,' said Walling
San Leandro and sunset also prove
tough for Arroyo in league play
Sunset's hope for an upset in th
playoffs took a major setback whe
leading Scorer Eric Green fell victim t
the Hayward Unified School DiStl'iCt'
eligibility requirements and was
Fan support for Arroyo also was not
up to par. Games which, in the past,
plyed to packed crowds had hardly
any attendance this season. 'We had a
lack of support and interest,' said
'We had the talent and the poten-
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Sa58ki, Matt HOffman, and Tom YOUHQ. Middle
Row, MaI'CE'l MEUEIZ Mafk Todd Brad Youngblood,
and Erik HOV6' BaCK ROW COaCl1 Ken '
Heading lI'lfO the ODGI7 COUIT, Senior El'lC Naka-
shima DI'9akS aWaY fI'OfTl a San L6aI'ldI'0 playeli
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7 2 Boys' varsity Basketball
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SEFHOI' Cecelia Jeong, fOllOWEd by JUHIOI' William Liza,-na. Second Row: Randy Waage' Kevin Briggs.
Emefv. f0l'99S ahead OH FHITTTSVS' C0U"59- Third Row: Chuck Mullane, Ste ve Moser, William
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HEITIEFIWZY, THEFGSZ PSFGZ. Fifth ROW: Cecelia
Jeong, Coach JSITY M6fC3lf, BGZU Pl'U9fl', LBFICE
H8l'I'iS, Jon Nagel, Joe W3f5Ol'l, Jaime Y3SSil'I,
D3 WIS Johansen.
PIIOIOI by caflhaldl
Pride motivates DCHS
Running their way through another
season, the Cross Country Team ran
with pride, but did rlOt do BS well 35
After hours of grueling practice, the
Dons had a difficult time pulling their
skills together to win some meets.
Part of the problem, according to
Coach Jerry Metcalf, was the inexpe-
rience on the boys' team. Led by vete-
ran runners Charles Mullane and Steve
Moser, the Dons lacked depth in meets
against other Hayward Area Athletlic
The girls' squad, on the other hand,
fa red better in league. Hayward
Marathon Winner Laurie Hemenway
helped pace her teammates to several
victories in triple meets.
According to Teammember Bob
Berry, the Dons had a difficult time
with Castro Valley, a league power-
Another area Berry felt hampered
the Dons was the lack of publicity and
support from the student body that
the team received. Berry felt that
more students and staff should have
taken an active interest in the squad,
so that their concerns would have
been taken as supportive element to
assist the team.
No Arroyans moved on to North
Coast finals at the end of the season.
Pushing himSeIf to the limit, Senior Jon Nagel
finishes hi5 l'3Ce, 8 mafk of endurance.
CheCkiI7g tally SheetS Oh l'3Ce5, AITOYO Coach
Jerry Metcalf looks OVeI' l'eSUltS with 58h
LOfehZO CO8Ch Dave Rhodes.
All the Wtly
P3Clhg themselves, RUf7hefS CeCeli3 JeOhQ and
William Emery pace themselves dUf'il7Q meet.
StI'UQQlihg to OVel't8ke3 H8YW3l'dI'UhheI1 Junior
Chuck MUll8l1e paces uphill at H3YW8fd High dual
meet with San i.OI'ehZO.
Cross Country 7 5
Pla VGFS gall? SG3SOl7ll'lQ
With the building programs of the
Varsity and Junior Varsity Girls' Bas-
ketball teams, their seasons were not
tremendously successful. The groups,
however, did manage to show off
some promising young talent.
Many young players improved
throughout the year. On Varsity new
players, such as Guard Linda Smith, a
sophomore, and Forward Lisa Starr,
another sophomore, saw plenty of
seasoning and playing time.
stricken with untimely injuries, the
Girls' Varsity lost Forward Cheryl Den-
ton for most of the season as Denton
broke a foot in physical education
Some key players for the Dons were
Guards Gina Thorn and Cindy Barros at
the point. Under the boards, Nlafla
Potestio at Center kept the rebounds
coming. Forwards Melanie Lopez and
Nlichelle Repose rounded out the
The Jayvees also had lots of young,
promising players who developed
skills throughout the season. Coach
Ken Repose said the best game the
Dons played was the 40-27 victory
over the Tennyson Lancers. 'lt was the
most thrilling game of the year, and
we looked awfully good,' said Repose.
The Jayvee's most dominating win
was over the Hayward Farmers.
Arroyo walked away in the 35-rl
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ball fOI'8 l3YUD 3Q3iI'l5l'3I12QQf6SSlVE opponent.
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Guard POCl'l6ll6 ROdl'lgU6Z lf7l'lfTlld3f9S the San
LEE-Jf1dfO DIBVEI' who is lI1DOUl'Idll'lg the ball.
FFOHI' ROW, Erica Nelson, Julie Jacoby, ROCl'l6ll6
ROdFigUEZ, AHI73 Solis, Debbie Seiki, Ch6I'iSe Gilli-
QBFI, and Patty CODFIEII. BBCK Row, Candace
GITQQS, Tammy Y3XCl7ElITl6L Candy CFEEH, KBFHV
Henry, .lenl SSUFIUEFS, Clngel' Wachtel J6I7f'Ilf6l'
Sl'lE'Dl7E'I'Cl, Kelly MOVI7ll'l3f7, Nadine QUll'OZ, 3nd
CO8Cl'l KEI7 REDOSE.
Pl'l0f0S by Gdflbdldl
76 Girls Basketball
Key players for Arroyo included
Guard Tammy Yaxtheimer who was
high scorer, and, according to Repose,
'a good ballhandler.' Forward Jenni
Saunders was good on boards. For-
ward Gina Wachtel was the most
promising, said Repose. Players Candy
Green and Rachel Rodrigues were also
cited for outstanding play by the
TCEITI records fOl' DOU1 SCIUBGS Were
In a heated match against Castro
Valley, Arroyo's Dons lost a bid to cap-
ture the league crown for a fourth
IH the final match of the season at
San Lorenzo, Arroyo and Castro Valley
were tied 29-29. The Dons' Lance
HOITIEH IOSC his match to I'liS Tl'Oj2r'l
opponent for the title. 'We had them
won, but we just didn't have the guts
to fil'iiSI'i them Off,' said Senior Rod
'The strongest part of our team was
the upper and middle classes,' said
Wrestler Mike Sommer. Sommer cre-
dited Shinko for contributing much to
the team as a first-year competitor.
Coached by Fred lndalacio, the Dons
finished the season with a 6-1 record,
while the Trojans ended with a 7-O
FI'Of7f Row, Mike Nybefg, JZSOI7 Elam, Laffy Bfey'
hafl, PedI'O LO8iZ8, L3flCe HOITlel"l, and GSFY EVBFIS.
Middle Row, Coach ROD MZYES, TONY Silveria,
Doug Santos, Rodney Shinko, JOE Montoya,
AFIIHOITV Carrasco, Mike DUU3, Head Coach Ffed
lfldel3CiO. Back Row, Jim Nazer, Glefm A viles, Jun-
iOf' DeHOYOS, Eric Stout, Mario Elef1eS, and Ffed
Sef7iOl'L3ITV Bfeyhafl defeats 3f7Ofhef' ODDOI7eI7f
in his dOmff'l3l1Ce in f1i5 league Weight CIZSS.
Sef7fOl' JUI'IiOf DeHoyos DI'eD8I'eS to shoot at his
ODDOf'lel'7f'S legs fOI'8 takedown.
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Strong members of the squad
included Seniors Larry Breyhan, Junior
DeHoyos, Eric Stout, and Sommer. 'We
had a young team this year, but eve-
ryone contributed everything they
had,' Said Breyhan of his teammates.
Also playing a role in the champion-
ship meet was Arroyo's contention of
faulty referee calls. According to
DeHoyos, one faulty Call occurred in
the last match when the referee
interrupted a Don takedown a-
North Coast qualifiers were deter-
mined at the league meet following
press time, but contenders included
Breyhan, Shil'lkO, DEHOVOS, and SCOLII.
55 Hayward 21
51 A san Lorenzo 21
48 Sun Leandro 21
51 - Sunset 17
54 Mt. Eden 21
29 Castro VCIIIBY 35
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FfOl1t Row, Ch3fl6S Loder, Mike RODGNS, RiCk CIS-
HGFOS, Tim Mufai, and EI'iC Th3U, SECOFIU Row,
Chad MOUI, Baff P8dUV6l'i5, RODD P3I'ldOlfO, Jose
P3I'I'8. Thifd ROWg HiI'3IT7 MOV, Randy MOfI'i5, Scott
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BOYS' Vdfslfy SOCCQI'
3 I Arroyo Opponent
2 sunset 2
1 SKID I-DIEIIZO 0
I 'fellhyibli 2
1 san Leandro 1
1 Castro valley 2
4 mt. eden 1
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3 ' sunset 1
1 SCII1 I-0l'Ql120 0
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being, JUf1iOI' Hiram MOV DFEDBFGS to IGI' out 8
Moyers, DGf7f'liS COITIES, and Severino FiQU9I'O3. powerfulklcki
FOUI'fi7 ROWg Sfephefi Wfighf, RODbie HifCi'7COCk,
Steve Cabreana, Marcus Huizar, John Quill, Pettar Ph0f05 by Gtlrlbtlldl
MOFKGFI, and Gfeg LaFleur. Back ROWg C3I'Y LaFleur,
STEVG MOSEF, BDU Coach TOITI HBDSOH.
.lflyllee Fl'0Sh SODI1
J V faces stiff COl7f9SfS
Like the varsity, the Boys' Junior
Varsity and Frosh-Soph sqauds faced
tough seasons and very competitive
teams in play.
Finishing with a 3-7 record, the Jay-
vees, according to Coach BOD Hitch-
cock, had a 'pretty good year,' despite
very tough competition. 'We did what
we could when we could. Coach Hitch-
cock is an excellent coach, and we had
good talent all the way around, but
competition was just real competi-
tive,' said Jayvee Player Chris Williams,
According to Hitchcock, he encour-
aged the team to forget previous
games and to play each one as it came
The Frosh-Soph Team played in a
similar fashion. 'We looked real strong
in practice, but in the end, we were
diSappOirIted. I thirlk the real impor-
tant thing is that we had fun,' said
Freshman Kyle Seipel about the
Coached by veteran Frank Domin-
guez of Bohannon, the Frsoh-Soph
squad ended the league season with a
40 .l0I'll1 MUII' 64
28 CCISCPO valley 28
45 Mt. Eden 55
48 SGI1 I-0l'el120 58
28 5Ul'l5ef 28
31 1'ehl1yS0l1 26
23 HCIYWUIU 58
11 Bdhtlbft 52
41 CClStl'0 Valley 31
25 Mt. Edeh 56
Front Row, Chris Boots, Todd Chiovare, Bryan
Medeiros, and Chris Hudson. Second Ro W, Jamal
Shama, Jack Berlau, Paul DeMarco. Third Row,
Mike Hogan, Jon Fernandez, James Hadley, John
Fernandez. Back Row, Kyle Seipel, Coach Frank
Dominguez, Dean Wilkinson, and Mark Vas-
Freshman James Hadley takes 8 jump shot
8g3iflSf 311 aggressive ODDOHGFI F.
photos by cm-lbqlal
82 Jayvee Basketball
43 SUI1 l.eCIl1dl'0 61
30 CtlSfl"0 Vdlley 34
41 Mt. Eden 66
47 SCII1 LOYEIIZO 37
41 Sl.ll1Sef 40
54 fel'1l1y50l1 58
34 Hdywdld 60
30 SUI! I.eCll1dl'0 52
49 CCISCYO Vtllley 33
44 Mt. Eden 48
Df'iViI7Q to the hoop, Fl'ESf'lIT72l'l Matt TOIT65 QOES
ff? fOI' 3 two poin SCOl'6.
Bfiafl M6d6fI'O5, Rowdy Vieffa, and CFEQ JOHHSOI7.
Middle ROW: Toby TFESSIEF, DOHOVSI1 Agfella,
Eddie TGFIQCO, 8f7d Chris Willi3I'T1S. B3CkROWg Matt
TOFFGS, P3Ul MUI'3i, Coach Bob Hitchcock, JOI7
AFCHUIGIT8, and Charles P3f'lQ8Sl7i3f7.
C0aChl UdS t am effOlTS
With eight of their new players
being in the first year of competition,
the Girls' Varsity Soccer Team, accord-
ing to Coach Keith Burnett, had no
weak players at all.
The squad did not have any
extremely fast players, said Burnett,
but it had numerous quality players
who worked well as a team-so well
that the Team took the league cham-
pionship in regular season play.
Practicing every day, the Girls' Team
played twice each week. Burnett
pushed the gil'IS hard. He said that the
team ran more than any other team
in the leaue, so at the end of the sea-
son, the Dons were in the best condi-
tion. During practice, Burnett re-
quired distance running, fundamental
SKIIIS, gOaI kicks, and OffehSiVe and
The Squad played in one tourna-
ment, a Christmas invitational at
Washington High in Fremont. ln the
first match, the Dons lost by a score ot
5-0 to North coast Champs Amador
Valley High. ln the second match,
Arroyo lost again, 5-1, to San Ramon
High, but finally defeated Fl'elTlOht'S
Al'hel'iCaI'1 High 2-'I irl the third outing
of the tourney.
Get thtlt bull 'I'hl.ld' Go 'FOI' If
Kicking the ball before an opponent can get it, Heading the ball sophomore Kristine Rice looks KICKIHQ the ball Freshman Janine La6race follows
Freshman Christy Schellenberg beats the at the ball fly through the air through with play
opposition. Photos by Gurlbuldl
84 GiI'iS' SOCCEI'
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Look of intengify, Coach Keith Burnett Watches Dribblihg the ball, Senior MiChelIe Harrell looks
as one of his pla vers carries out a play. fOr 2 teammate fO D-SSS the ball FO.
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L Win PEf6r5OI'I, J3Cki M6mOI'I1O, and MiCi'lEllE Har-
rell. SECOITU Row, Shannon Amaro, KriSl'ir76 RiC6,
Debbie Dal13,J3rleeh LSGFZCE, Darla Cha VEZ, Gary
Vid3leS. Third ROW: Debbie Lovell, Janine Leigh,
and Cheryl Metl. B3CkROWg Coach Keith Burnett,
Ci'lI'iSl'Y Schellenberg, Joanne Defieg, Dearlfla
Brose, SLISiE Th3U, and Gr9l'Ci76f7 Sorensen.
Girls' soccer 85
Bl' 0577317 to lead Val' sity
Arroyo's baseball team will have to
pull together to win games this year.
Entering the season, the Varsity will
face stiff competition against San
Leandro and Sunset, according to
Head Coach Mike Reardon.
In order to win, The Dons, according
to Reardon, will have to unite behind
the piCtChiI1g staff, led by Serliol'
Jason Brosnan, David Aguilar, Junior
Dehoyos, Jeff Spear, and Rik Sasaki.
Twelve returning players will add
experience to the Don varstiy. Accord-
ing to Reardon, he expects Brosnan,
DEHOYOS, Gary LaFleru, and Ron Inge-
bretson to be the team's leaders.
'ln order to win, we're going tohave
to play fundamental, sound baseball,'
About pressure on his pitching,
Brosnan replied, 'lt's my senior year, so
l don't look at pitching as a pressure
position, but as fun, but l'm still play-
ing to win.'
With Senior Gary LaFleur coming off
a 'devistating 1985 hitting season,'
Coach Reardon feels that Arroyo will
do better this season than last year.
LaFleur also feels that the Dons have a
good chance of winning a lot of games
'We have to throw strikes if we
want to win and that was our prob-
lem last year,' Stated Assistant Coach
Both Reardon and Lemmo are vete-
ran coaches who also graduated from
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Arroyo pitcher during pre-season practice. ball d0eSr7'f get DGSF him- Bunsness anticipates a steal to second base.
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Though the team was considerably
younger than in the paSt, the Boys'
Varsity Tennis Team, loaded with
individual talent and experience, had
high hopes for a successful season.
Only five veterans returned to the
squad, but Coach Tom Hanson was
positive that the newcomers on the
team looked strong.
Senior Brian Hare, who was ranked
number one on the Team during his
Junior and Senior year, felt confident
that his abilities would peak this
season. 'With new additions to the
team,' said Hare, 'we should be one of
the top teams in the HAALJ
Sophomore Joey Teshima, also
returning, n3S practiced I'liS SkiIIS at
tne net continuously. During the
summer, Teshima qualified to be in
KEY to DICIY
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88 Boys' TEI'II1iS
the Tanglewood Tennis Tournament
in Hayward. He felt a successfull
season is ahead due to team unity. 'We
support and help one another to do
their best by critiquing each other
positively,' Teshima stated,
Senior EriC Nakashima felt that
team members' attitudes will have a
IOt to do with determining their u
performances. 'There's more confi- 'Wi
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dence in our team to win,' he said. T js i""
Senior Erik Hove, another veteran, 'r S S i'
explained that the team's season
looks promising, as long as the squad
continues to play as a unit. 'It'S our
fUI"n,' he said of the SGBSOI1.
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Junior Craig Takeuchi tries to return a shot and Nakashima returns a service from his opponent, returns the serve at tennis practice.
Cf'l3l'QE U19 Het.
Squad to recap ture title
with only three returning players
from 1985, the Co-Champ Softball
team Head Coach Rich Kerr said,
'Though the team is very young,
they've had a lot of experience in
Bobby Sox and on last year's jayvee
Kerr also commented that Senior
Teri Norman and Michelle Smith,
pitcher and catcher, respectively, will
be the key players to lead the team
'l think We're going to do very Well.
We're young, but the younger girls
know how to Win-North Coast, here
we comel' said Smith.
Kerr feels that the toughest
competition for the Dons will be San
Leandro's Pirates. They have strong
pitching, defense, buntlng, and ag-
gressiveness,' he said.
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foot forward in ZH 6ffOI'f to ZGBSE U79 pifCh6f' to
U'lf'OW HEI' out.
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As the season progressed, Kerr
hoped that the younger players
WOuId develop il'1tO SOIid baIIpIaVel'S.
Norman, who has pitched three
seasons for Arroyo, said, 'l'm so
excited. We have more girls this year
who want to win and who are really
interested in playing softball'
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Gil'IS see fOUl'i'l'l title
Hoping to accomplish the near
impossible, the Girls' Track Team
strived to take its fourth consecutive
Hayward Area Athletic League title.
'ln order to win the fourth
championship, these athletes will
need to find a new level of intensity
that has led them to three con-
secutive undefeated seasons,' said
Head Coach Jerry Metcalf.
Coach Metcalf also said that, 'A
great number of seniors who have
committed to Track and Field for the
past three years are trying to
accomplish a special honor-another
After finishing the year with a 7-0
record and a first in the league, the
girls advanced to North Coast
Sectionals where they finished with
an impressive third place tie. In
obtaining third place, Arroyo qualified
six athletes for the Meet of Cham-
pions. only one athlete from this
group, Cindy Barros, then qualified for
the state meet. Metcalf hopes that
Barros and her teammates will again
qualify for these meets at the end of
Flying to a possible league title, Senior Daniel
Pryfogle gives every bit of himself during a
UD, Up, and CIWCIY
Metcalf says he is planning to
change his strategy to include more
work on technique. He intends to use
films and conditioning to improve
marks in track.
At the beginning of the season,
Metcalf said he expected good
seasons from Barros, senior Lani
Sanchez in the hurdles, Melanie Lopez
in the jumps, Jenny Phipps in mid
distances, and Juniors Danielle oragg
irl Spl'il1tS and Glenda DOViQi in field
on the boys' side, North Coast was
also an attainable goal. According to
Junior Mark Todd, 'The Coaches are
stressing us to have a good time and
also stressing team unity. If we work
hard, we can accomplish our goal,' he
Todd also compared the '86 team to
the '85 version by saying, 'A lot of new
people are coming out for the first
time, including Senior Eden Peck'
According to Team Member Bob
Briesch, Exceptional years are in store
for Junior Chuck Mullane in distance
events and Dan Pryfogle in thejumps.
According to Metcalf, the toughest
opponent for the Dons at press time
was Castro valIey's Trojans 'who are
always a real threat.'
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gfiiqggstgi fOCf,f,."aU't' Sophomore J'm Spear prepares ro throw his best ever shot.
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According to the coach, the format
for league competition has taken a
turn for the better. 'We're having 15
games this season as opposed to last
year's 13,' he said.
The league has added two more
matches to include games with boy's
singles, girls' singles, boys' doubles,
girls' doubles, and mixed doubles.
According to McNamara, the team
naS alot of el'lthUSiaSl'Tl, 'OLII' team likes
to practice a lot because we all have a
lot of fun,' said Senior Randy Morris.
'l think badminton is a fun sport,
even though it doesn't always get all
the recognition it deserves' said
Returning exhibition Player Rochelle
The Hayward Area Athletic Leaue
tournament will be held May 1 3 and 1 5
at host school Castro Valley. North
Coast Sectional Championships are Set
for May 24 at Kennedy High School in
'l'm very optimistic for this season,'
stated Badminton Coach Tom
McNamara. 'We have a lot of returning
players! r ' i
According to McNamara, experience
is the key to success. With 26 return-
ing players, some of which are letter-
men, he has high hopes. 'l think the
girls' doubles team of Susan and Jen-
nifer Edwards will be strong this year,
along with the number two team of
Shannon Klegman and Jill Cravalho,' he
The mixed doubles team of Betty So
and Randy NlOf'I'iS, the DOVS' ClOUbleS
team of Jon BUn1gaI'neI" and Kevin
DeNlellO and singles DlaYel"S Kristi Nick-
eI"SOn and KeVin PatteI'SOn aI'e all
expected to advance to tne North
PI'aCtiCeS fOI" the season afe sche-
duled to begin TUeSdaY, February 18.
Tne first pf'e'SeaSOn I'natCn is Tuesday,
IVlaf'Cn ll against JaI'neS L0gan High
School at Arroyo. ReSUltS were not
aVailable at DI"eSS time. League
l'natCneS will begin March 18 against
Mt. Eden at AFFOYO.
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MCNam8f2 DFGDBFGS the feam for the UDC0mif19 hurries to return the shuttlecock. to make a return.
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Eighth GYCICIE Sports
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Eighth Graders participated in three
sports, wrestling, flag football, and
girls' softball before press time.
Flag football team members
learned that in order to win, a lot of
physical training was required, but
also in the end, that the conditioning
came in handy in tight spots. Coach
BOD Hitchcock explained that the
boys had all the right ingredients this
season. Working together the squad
went undefeated in season play.
'COBCHES Dunphy and Gire are look-
ing forward to working with these
boys next year because they are a
good group with a lot of potential to
go far,' said Hitchcock.
Quarterback Ryan Agrella also had
an optimistic outlook for future
teams. 'lf our team members can stay
together these next few years, our
varsity team will be uhSt0ppabIe,' he
Eighth Gl'ader'S Oh the WreStlir1g
team also went undefeated. Coach
Bfeaking 3W8Y from the DECK, ROMEO RZITIOS
heads for the Gl1dZOf'l6.
96 Eighth GTBUE SDOITS
Fred lndalacio was impressed with
individual performances. 'Considering
the short amount of time these boys
were given to strengthen their abili-
ties, they were better than expected.'
Each gained experience, but stan-
douts, according to lndalacio, were
Jay Arnold, Oscar Chadaza, Richard
Rantz, and Tony Yadron.
With a 6-1 l'eCOl'd, the Gil'IS' Softball
team came out winners. shortstop
Jenny Ruth admitted that competi-
tion was slim, but the team's ability to
work together was a key factor to its
success. 'Many players have previously
played on Bobby Sox teams together,'
PiNNiNQ his ODDONENI, TONY Y8dI'ON 3W8il'S the
SOUNC1 of ViCfOI'Y.
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FiQUfiNQ out U79 f.'e8N'l'S Sfl'8f6'gY, Coach RODGFC
Hitchcock W3fCN65 his DOYS work fora ViCl'OI'iOUS
Front Row, Renee Freitas, Tracy Marshall, Kari
Lewis, Christine Butler, Jennifer Texeira, Kim
Hankins. Back Row, Coach Stacy Shepherd,
Assistant C08Ch Nadine Quiroz, Andrea Ramos,
Tiffany Hubbard Jenny Ruth, Denise Hallstrom,
Monica Martinez, and Tammy Gill.
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DSZUFO, TONY Y3dl'ON, SECONU ROW, Matthew
Miller, Carl BOWm8N, TONY CN3I'lOiX, JSY AFNOIU.
Back ROW, Bf'8Nd0N Shaffer, RiCN8I'd R8NZ'Z, Ry
L3NdI' Y, OSCZI' Ci'l3d8Z8, Coach Fred lNd3l8CiO.
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FFONF Row, B6NjiE RiC6, Glen MONf6N'l3YOI', Albeff
ANNUNZiO, Guy TI'iDUZiO, W3ff6N VOYC6, aNd John
SOUZ2, SGCONU Row, Tim RODEITS, Bfi3N Cooper,
Ricky Affkfidge, AIDSITO Loaiza, JONN Davis. Third
ROW, Chris BOWEN, RiCh3I'd Majo, TONY M3I'qU6S,
Pablo DWYEIZ RODSIT TGITY, RONTEO RBNTOS, Bfi8N
Reflfefi FOUITN Row, K9ViN l.6WiS, ViNC6 Gaf'Ci8,
David VGQZS, Bfi8N Jess, R8NClY HUQNEY, JOHN
Porras, Pete MZFDIGS, Coach BOD Hitchcock. Back
ROW, MBFCUS LiN, TI'OY Saiffa, Jeff HOll'ON, Scott
Vigil, RYZN Agrella, Jose M8YOf, Chris BOZGINBN,
Ci7l'iS YlJ3l'3, aNd Ricky NOITNSN.
Eighth Gfade SDOITS
of the best in the
Next on my agenda was to
speak with the intellect of
Arroyo, Thornton F. Bugmaster,
and I could tell by his name that
would be a tough one to prose-
'What's the capital of
Zimbabwe?' I wailed at him.
'WeII, sir, it was formerly the
country of Rhodesia, but if you
wish to get technical, the capi-
tal is currently saiisbury, and
it's area is approximately 10.75
square miles .... '
'Enough, Thorntoni' I interrupt-
ed. 'Were you the one who stole
the Red Pride?
'How can one possibly steal
something that is immaterial,'
98 Academics Division
Vandro assumes AHS prmcipalship
Two significant Ch3hQeS OCCUi'l'ed in
the San LOl'el'1ZO Unified School DiSti'iCt.
One big change happened on cam-
pus with the arrival of Ralph Vandro
as principal, following the resignation
of former Principal Roy Hanson.
Vandro liked Arroyo and made sev-
eral changes here. He felt the main
purpose of the school should be to
improve academically. Vandro also
stressed improvement of the Califor-
nia Assessment Program scores of the
CIBSS of 'I 986 and initiated tutoring in
math and English to boost scores.
The other major Change OCCUI'I'ed
following eieCtiOnS NOVeh"Ibei' 5 when
two candidates WeI"e Feeieefed to the
Board of Education. Running against
two opponents, Patricia Griffen and
Betty Moose retained their seats on
the board. Griffen was later elected
president of the board, Moose
assumed the position of board clerk.
Griffen and Moose defeated Norman
Fobert and David Funke for their
Together with Colleagues Loren
Simpson, Dorothy Partridge, and
Harry Gin, and Superintendent Dr.
Alden Badal, Board Members worked
to approve attendance and ta rdy pol-
icy changes, sold off vacant school
sites, and investigated new programs
for San Lorenzo Unified School District
While Sitting in her office, ASSi5t8nt PI'inCiD3l
Diane OSDOI'ne takes time out to meet the
While completing construction on the new
smoking area, Assistant Principal Myron Levin
BOCIPCI of EdUCClfi0l1
FI'Ont Row, 5Upefintendent Df. Alden Badal,
DOI'OthY Paftfidge, and Betty MOOSE, Clerk. B8Ck
ROWy Loren Simpson, P3tl'iCi3 Cfiffen, DI'eSident,
and H3fl'Y Gin.
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FrOnt ROW: Bobby Berry, Steve EDDerS0n, MarCy
COdy, April Critelli, Dawn Vigil, C35S3dy MiCk, and
Jennifer G0ld. Middle ROW: Bill Emery, JOe Wat-
SOH, JON Nagel, Jeff KrOgh, Scott Krogh, Jaime
YaS5in, KaSey O'Leary, Linda Santillan, adviser.
BaCk Row: TOITI YOUng, Scott Vigil, Sara MayOr,
Bob Orlowski, Carmen LaineS, and Tina Lee.
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Front ROW: Dan Kahn, Cindy RiCkert, Buffy Kuy-
kendall, Rhonda Askew, Mike FlOWer5, Bob Berry,
Diana LeWi5, KriSti Nickerson, CarOl Partridge.
Middle ROW: Annette TribUZiO, Stephen Wright,
Gina SanCheZ, AdViSel' RiChard LlOyd, Marianne
LZSZIO, Shelley Stivers. BaCk ROW: Maria AqUin0,
Susie Schwarz, LiZ YODD, Denae Croley, Sam
PaCheCO, .lOe WatSOrl, Erik HO Ve, BO Youngblood,
USing arm n1OtiOl7 to make a point, English
lrlStrUCtOr Jerrold Wergeland discusses proper
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'Class size has increased, so the qual-
ity of student work has gone down
because staff cannot get to every
student for assistance,' Saaid Fine Arts
Department Chair Charles Runyon
about his area of curriculum.
Runyon noted that enrollment in
art, drama, photography, and year-
book classes increased dramatically
'which made it harder for teachers to
deal with StuderltS irldiViduaIIy,' said
Runyon felt that, since all fine arts
classes are performance classes, that
increased class size was not fair to
students who took their work
seriously. 'Teachers just can't take the
extra time,' he said.
'They seem to enjoy their work,
under these circumstances with not
much money,' said Runyon of his
Department members. 'The teachers
in the Department are doing excep-
ti0l'laIIy WeII,' he said.
Added to the capital expenditures
of the Department were a new color
enlarger and an Apple IIE computer for
the music classes, granted by CTIIP
grants. Runyon noted that the area
hoped for increased grant support.
Adding to the Department's impor-
tance was the fact that Fine Arts was
one area in which a student could
achieve graduation requirements.
This new development added stu-
dents to the classes in the De-
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Managef WEHUV Hamp ton DFEDZFES I' EDOI' f OI7
Front Row: Robert Berry, Darlene Sasaki Teri
Norman, Stacey Teshima, Shannon Klegman,
Chris Becerra, Shelley Borges, Tina Nordhavn,
Erin Perry, Stacey Medeiros, Gina Sanchez, and
Robbie Hil'ChCOCk. Middle Row: Erik HOVG, B0
Youngblood, Jeff Rennacker, Mark Wie-
l3nd!Edit'0r-irl-Chiefl, Sean MaCGOWaI'l, Gary
LaFleur, Erick Vandeveen Pettar Morken, Carl
Berndt, and Adviser Richard LIOYU, Back Row-
Rhonda Askew, Kelly DEMBVCO, Tina Heitz, Maria
Aquino, Kristy Kucin, Wendy Hampton, LiSie Fer-
reira, and Annette Tribuzio.
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V93I'bOOk, Adviser RiCh8fU Lloyd addresses the
commenting on Senior Paul Sturm's work, Fine
Arts Chair and Photo Teacher Charles Runyon
goes over fine points of composition and
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iI'l'ChiEf Mark Wfeland lf5f9f1S to DEGFS DfES6I7f
Front Row: Elizabeth Gutierrez, LUCi3 Mara-
monte, Herman Kosack, Eileen Tse, Karen Spore,
Heather Sloan. Back Row: Brian Hare, Carrie
Druppal, Pam Hendricks, Maria Neto, Sam
Rhodes, Ronale Castron, Candy Green, Michelle
Gonzales, and Director Pam Nadeau.
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ons' music Dl'OQl'amS Sfl'eSS goals
'Basically what I want to try to
teach the kids is responsibility more
than their singing goals,' said Choir
Director Pat Schultz about her objec-
tives in teaching music.
A virtual renaissance of sorts took
place in the music departments as
several years of concentrated Work
began to pay off. Music programs,
such as Choir and marching band sud-
denly became popular again.
Schultz attributesthis new popular-
ity to the tremendous emphasis on
singers and musicians iin the profes-
sional ranks. Many Arroyans who par-
ticipated in music also took time after
school to practice their crafts, said
Mixed Choir Member Deanna Kral
summarized her interest, 'Music gives
you a skill for life, while if you're in
something like football and get an
injury, it's all overl'
FI'Onl' Row, LeeSa Dodson, Andrea RamO5, Marla
Brown, Millie LeOn, and Randy HUQhey. Second
Row, Jason Atherton, Dave Vegas, and Pablo
Dwyer Back Row, Peter Aidan, Debbie ErikSOn,
Brian Renter, Dan 5fOVer, Darren GUN, Ara5h
SODhane, Cnri5 Ybarra, Pam NadeaU, director,
and ChriSfine BUflefI
FrOnt Tow, MiChelle BUenO, Janice MOhl1 Camille
PafferSOn, LyZeffe Yann, Andrea FlOreS, ReDeCCa
Kennedy, ReDeCCa DOrman, RUfh HOSain,
YOlanda Gutierrez, RO5e Stajkowski Second ROW,
Joshua ROSaaen, Kim Hankins, Angela Rose, ChriS'
tina CaSZ'iIlO, Anne Marie Thiry, NafaSha Thayne,
Carmen DOUWnS, Seana BeniUmea. Back Row,
PafriCia Schultz, direCl'Or, Brian Fiflgerald Peggy
EaQleS, Sheila Say, LaUra MOnferO, Naneffe Pyle,
DaWn Vigil, MarCU5 Combs, and Mark Souza.
MajOrel'lfe Tina Crews leads the marching band
at halftime at a football game.
Fr0nf ROW, RUDen RiChaI'dSOn, TraCy Loder, Mark
SheDheI'd. BaCK ROW, Brad MiCnaeliS, Pam
Nadeau, director, CarOl Partridge, Sam RhOdeS,
and LanCe Harris.
FrOnf Row, Ernie Harper, Tina CTUZ, Brad MiChae-
liS, Jennifer Gibson, Brian SDOre, Maff Berfalld
Veronica GallardO, Pam NadeaU, direCfOI1 Steve
Sakamoto. Second Row, Diana Niemoeller, DaVe
LUm, TOny MaI'amOnte, Slf'eVe Worley, Daryl
Payne, Jimmy NeWman, Cindy Combs, Ted
BrOCkman, DaVe SlOane. Third Row, Perry
NifZ5Che, Sherry Hendricks, Cnri5fina LeOne,
RUeDen Richardson, Amy BerfaUd, Howard
Sfender. Back ROW, WendyDe5a, Emily RidenOUr,
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lnSfI'UCfOf' Paul Kfydef' assists one of his math
SfUdef'lfS OIT a homework DFOUIEITT set.
DeI71Of7SU'afiFlQ how tO solve 8 DFODIEITI 32' the
board, Math TeaCl7el' L8Ul'a Clapp defT'lOl'lSl'I'afeS
the CalCUlafiOI'1 in ffOf'lt of CISSS.
ReI'1eWeCl emphasis WaS placed on
the Math and SCleI'lCe DeDai'flT1ef1fS to
ll'TlpI'OVe Sfljdenf SCOl'eS on the Cali-
fornia ASSeSSmeI'1t PI'OQf'afT'l TeStS
AISOH making I"IeWS WaS the addition
of two I"leW 'lTeaCl'1ef'S to the Math
Department. JOll"llflQ the staff were
Paul Kryder and Delores Konn Wl1O
came to campus to fillslots opened UD
by an ii'ICI'eaSe in el'lf'OllmeY'lt in
'We'I'e trying to eSfaDllSl'1 a maXlITIUm
of DI'OflCleYICY l'IeI'e. I would like to See
each ClaSS have a required amOUI"It of
work and a test to See l"IOW well Stu'
del"ltS have learned the work before
passing to the f'IeXt leVel,'SaiCl Nlafh
Depaftment Chall' Ffank CaSSOI'1.
Nlath If1SU'UCtOY' Jerry NlefCalf also
worked at the District level to
improve testing and math curriculum
to meet new state requirements in
The Science area received much
attention with the appointment of
Lois Roach as a mentor teacher in the
District. Roach was selected to work
on science curriculum and to coach
New to the area were Instructors
Ron Hart and Albert Jordan who came
to campus to teach newly-formed
sections in science and to head the
physics and chemistry programs.
Sciencelnstructor Waltwagner also
advised the Chess Club, a group of 12
avid players who raised funds to
attend area tournaments.
FI'OI1f ROWp Joshua ROS3aef1, Steve BlaSdell.
Middle ROWg U53 Reed, Tl'aVf5 CaI'SOl'l, Albie
Af7I1UI7ZiO, Brian Montoya, and Bffafl Renfef. Back
ROWp KeViI7 BITQQS, Peggy Eagles, Paul FOSfef,
walt Wagflef, 3dVf5OI', Jeff Bl'fQgS, Laffy MfI7l'OI7,
and Ed Hal1SOI1.
GOFFIQ over a problem set at his desk, Math
TeaCheI' Jerry Gfeeflballffl aSSfSlf'S SODHOITIOFS
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OQQ heads AHS GV3lU3flOl1 FGDUI'
Like everything else, the Social
Science and Foreign Language De-
partments tried our new methods to
One new idea was the institution of
an economics class in SOCi3l Science
that was offered to seniors and was
taught by Mil Billings and Sheila
on a tryout basis, the course
replaced a current world affairs class,
but would become mandatory for
graduation with the Class of 1987.
Several new teachers were also
added to the Social Science Depart-
ment including Sharon Lane who
taught world history and two other
R6SDOI'ldil7Q in the 3ffil'IT'l3l'lV6 Z0 3 Sl'Ud6l1lf"S
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Discussing a homework grade with Instructor
Sheila O'CQI'lI76ll, FI'6'Sl7ITl8f7 J3kCB9I'l8U 3I'f6fTIDl'5
to have l'llS DOIHFS tallied UDW3I'd
Social Science TEBCHEI' Mil Blllll1QS DZSSES out
lfT'lPOl'f3l7I' information to his CISSSSS Junior JUS'
flfl Sullivan Sf8I'ES into SDBCG.
112 social Science
instructors who came second semes-
ter to work with Project Business.
ln Foreign Language, several new
instructors were hired to fill slots in
Spanish due to the illness of Linda
Department Chair suzanne Fogg
also chaired the school report for the
Western Association of Schools and
Colleges, a task that evaluated all
aspects of Arroyo life. Accreditation
of Arroyo was set for the spring
semester when a visiting committee
of educators would meet with Fogg
and the faculty to evaluate the entire
school program for the first time in six
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Testing in7Dl'O V95 skills
Physical Education and Special Edu-
cation Departments continued to
work together to improve the aca-
demic and physical fitness of Arro-
'l think it is a good idea to have test-
ing every unit,' said Junior Brent And-
erson about the exams which took
place every four weeks in PE classes.
Consisting of eight tests, the exams
were required for a passing grade.
'lt is one fifth of a student's grade,
anditisalsoan important part of each
unit,' said PE Department Chair Naish
Piazza about the testing program.
Throughout the daily classes, each
student went through a physical fit-
Taking time out fOI' I'naI'dailVDUSn, Junior Ricky
Smifn, 5OlJnOf'nOI'6 TOf'n PaI'l'6'I'5On, and Fresh-
man EI'iCk KEIIOQQ enjoy U16 sunshine between
CIBSSES on U76 DafiO.
FI'Ont Row, Ricky CnO, Cecelia Jeong, Shawna
Quigley, and Jenny PniDp5, Middle ROW, Susan
EdWaI'dS, TOn7 Fa5nin6'll, Tami Ong. Third ROW,
JOE' Watson, LaUI'6Y H6'f'n9nWaY, and Jon Nagel.
BaCk Row, Glenda DOWQL Bob BEITY, and Jim
ThOl'ne. AdViSOI' WaS TaIT7n'lY Bal'finO.
PUIIIP thelll Ollf
DOfnQ theirpushups, two students fn'lDI'9SS Phys-
ical EdUCal'fOn ln5ffUCl'Of June MaCaDe6'.
114 Physical Education Department
ness course, consisting of pull-ups,
bar-dips, pushups, and sidesteps. Fol-
lowing these exercises, students were
off to run the square. Upon successful
completion of the testslwith an A
gradeiand running the milein six min-
utes or less, each student, according
to Piazza, received an 'Arroyo Pride
Through FitnESS' te9Shil't.
Returning to campus from a leave,
former Athletic Director Tony NIB-
chutes found himself teaching physi-
cally handicapped units in physical
education. Machutes led the classes in
soccer matches in the cafeteria and
even devised a gadget to facilitate
student play. Made out of plastic, the
device is hooked to a chair and kicks
the ball as players move on the field
New to the Special Education
Department was Instructor Dorothy
Woods who taught English. Woods
joined other Special Ed teachers Lois
Hirsch, Angelo Tancredy, AI Cordano,
Diane Woods, and Carol Mckillop in
meeting the needs of Arroyo's ever
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Pumping iI'Of? SODHOITIOFG Kelly M3I'Sh8ll demon-
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CCltChil'lg the l'CIy5
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EDDEFSOFI observesswimming classes ill the pool.
, POfflfiI'lg OUl' the correct 8I7SW9I' to Fl'6ShfT73Fl
John LEONE, lf'lSfI'UCfOf' C8I'Ol MCKHIOD HGIDS him
and FI'65hITl3I'I EITC KGIIOQQ COITIDIETE 3 math
Special EUUCZUOFI Depaftment 5
RHS A 'gang'
LeadeI'5l7iD lI7Sl'fUCl'Of Jack HUf'if makes SUfe
Head 5OflQgiI'l Daflefle Sasaki and Head Cheef'
leader Nicole ZOQQaS i7aVe iI'iSU'UCfiOf7S fOl' a
HOOD fallV Sffaighf.
FFOFII RO W, Li5ie Feffeifa, COlleeI'i Bdflelj and Jafie
CFGQOFV. Middle Row, Jack HUf7l', Rochelle Cross,
Helena WeiSS, NiCOle Z0gQa5, and Dal? Kahfl. BaCk
Row, Daflefle Sa5aki, TONY Af7ia5CO, Vicki Barga-
QliOffi, Ki'iStY DeZOffe, Stacey lViedeifOS, Debbie
FOFSDEFQ, ROD Pandolfo, afid Jefinifei' GfeQOl'V.
FFODC Row, Sue Pangilianan, Corina Liu, Wejo Liu.
Second Row, Marianne Loyola, Erika Moreno,
Angeli Lisondra, Sandra Hartono, Le Le, Ali cia
Tejada, Eddie Park, Ai Lin, YOI3l7da GUit6i'I'6Z,
Freda Ayub, Christina Chen, Patricia Villasenior.
Back Row, Mai Dinh, Toni Fan, Thomas Cheung,
Michael Pangilinan, HeKmat Yasuf, Arash Sob-
hani, Ysuf Ysuf, Tony Park, Kwan Lin, and Advisor
CUKUDQ out leadeI'Sl7iD pOSl'eI'S, Head Cheef'
leader NiCOle ZOQQBS DI'eDal'e5 to publicize
UDCOlTiil7Q Omega Rally.
116 Special Studies Department
FOI' rrlirlg goals make Veal' successful
organization, information for stu-
dents, and pupil involvement were
the keys to a successful year for the
'We are not only trying to get stu-
dent involvement for campus activi-
ties, but also academicaIly,' said Direc-
tor of Student Activitiies Jack Hunt.
Communication was the main fac-
tor in the class's involvement and
were presented to the student body
in a variety of ways from bulleting
announcements to posters.
'When the student body knows the
time, place, and date of an activity,
they were more likely to attend,' said
Freshman Class President Debbie
Involvement among students was
always a goal for the Leadership class
who made it possible for all Arroyans
to become active, but left decisions
for involvement up to the individual.
'Through the years, people not tak-
ing the responsibility to get involved
has basically been the reason for lack
of participation,' said Hunt.
Only one aspect of the newly-
formed Special Studies Department,
the class joined family living, career
decisions, first aid, driver education,
proficiency studies, and English as a
second language. Headed by Chair Mil
Billings, the Department spent most
of the year working on the Western
Association of Schools and Colleges
According to BlllirlQS, while the
Department is new, the courses which
are assigned to it are r1Ot. BilllrlQS said
the Area WaS fOrI'rIeCl in 1985 to COI'1SOl'
idate special lrltereSt courses whose
needs were r1Of met in larger depart'
fTlerIfS, such as EHQHSH arld Social
As MafViI1 and Louise BaI'Q3QliOfI'i and DOUQ Fel'-
felfa llSfeI7, JUI'lfOI' Vicki Bal'Q3QlfOI'I'l, SfUCleI'lf
body vice DI'eSldel1l', DaS5eS out lf'7fOI'ITlal'lOI'I at
SeI'llOI' Yell Leader Dal? Kahn fTl3kE'S a DOSfer 35
.lUrllOI'S Rochelle Cross and Jennifer GI'eQOI'Y and
SerliOr ROb P3ndOlfO critique it.
The Sfgrl says if all 35 SfUG'eI7l' Body PfeSldeI'7f
TOI'lVAf'lla5CO talks to JuniorRochell CFOSS, Sef7iOl'
Dal? Kahn, and .lUf'llOI' Nicole Zoggas 3DOUf
special Studies nepartment111
Kathy BUITIHHFI, Sl13l'Of'l HEITISHWBY, Mafie John-
SOI7, DOI1I'l3 white, Ida Riedef, FBYG D8VfS, J63l1l76
Fl3f1Cl6I'5, L8UfiE M8t8I'3ZZ3, and Mafy ROd9l'iCk.
11 classified staff
A DODUISI' NSW ffE'ITl W3S DFGYEIJS ice Cfeam.
Cafetefia MBITBQEI' Carolyn M3f'Sh3ll 3f'ld JOY
Baflkhead dish OUZ' fI'68tS to SfUdel'7fS at lunch.
Front RO wr Jean Hulseman, Elda Olivares, Eleanor
Butler BaCk Row: Annie Miller, Coletta Haggerty,
and Manager Carolyn Marshall.
OlTIDUtel'S to aid classified Del'SOl1l7el
Many new changes in classified Staf-
fing occurred, especially in the
Attendance Office which received
two new workers.
Heading the new team was Marie
Johnson who joined Faye Davis and
Clerk Mary Roderick in keeping tabs on
attendance records and fiIeS.
Also new in the area was the addi-
tion of a computerized attendance
system in the District which also took
care of counseling work, such as
grades. The San Lorenzo Unified
School District arranged for installa-
tion of the new computer during
Christmas vacation for implementa-
tion in the second semester.
'The computer will be a great addi-
tion to the office,' said Johnson about
the new system.
Also on top this year was the classi-
Ph0f0l by Gdflbuldl
fied staff's SUDDOI"t of the WASC
I'eDOi't. Pf'ihCiDal'S SeCf'etaI"Y Jeanne
Flahdef'S Sel'VeCi as chief tVpiSt Oh the
I"epOf't which WaS SUbI'T1itteCi to ah
OLltSide committee ih February.
ChahQeS aiSO OCCUFI'eCi ih the Cl.IStO'
dial staff with the additiOh of several
heW pel'SOhS Oh the hight crew.
Cafeteria ChahQeS ihClUded the
ihtf'OCiUCtiOh of new pI'OdUCtS ih food
services, such as Di'eVeI"S ice cream, ah
instant hit Oh CaI'l'iDLlS with both stu-
dehtS and teaCheI'S.
FI'Of7t: Faye DaViS, Ida Riedef. Back: Marie John-
S0f'lg Chaflie Main, head CUSf.'Odiaflf Ralph Val'7dfO,
DfiHCiDab and Kathy BUIT7anf'l.
POPCOYI1 'FOP flN0?
Serving the most popular item in the student
store, Meda Schultz accomodates a student
Classified staff 119
For hours, I patiently went on
trying to find clues to help me
with this baffling case. Every
road to the solution turned out
to be a deadend.
NIV last suspenct was Pene-
lope E. Fairchild, whose goomie
bracelets were found in the Stu-
Office at the scene of the crime.
I sure hoped it was Penelope
who committed the crime be-
cause she was my last suspec-
tland she also annoyed mel.
I called her il'ltO the office
that I had telTlpOr'al'ilV estab-
lished in the boys' bathl'OOm
outside of B-Hall, the usual place
for campus counselors or
'Penelope, l still have some
120 PEODIE Division
Spec. Stud. cuan-
D'A Ugelll MiCl73 el
DUl7Dl'l Y, CEOFQG
Even ff, P3 Z'
NEW l'68Cl'l9l'S DEDDIE NYQUISK DOl'Ol'l1V WOOUS,
Sl73I'OI'l C8f7f'lOI'l Al .lOl'd8fl Dolores Kahn, Linda
LOUSHIH and Anna KOl'ISf3I7l'0D0l0US.
NEW f93Cl79l'S j0il7 SCl'lO0l f3CUll'V
Directing a student down the hallway, science A I
Instructor AI Jordan reprimands a student for L?f7QU3Q9 TGSCHGF Tim G00dm8H IFIFKOGUCGS
rowdy behavion himself to a parent at Back-to-school Night.
L. . f
The year marked a great change in
he ranks of the Arroyo faculty.
Illnesses, retirements, and promo-
iions forced Principal Ralph Vandro to
lire additional teachers after school
vegan in September.
1 Among those hired to fill vacanncies
vere Alumnus Ron Hart and AI Jordan
n science, Tim Goodman in foreign
anguage, and Sharon Cannon and
xnna konstantopolous ln business.
Also added to the staff vvere.s
Dolores Konn in math, and Dorothy
Woods in special ed ucation. Filling in as
long-term subs were Debbie Nyquist
and Linda Loushin, another AHS alum-
About his new position, Goodman
compared this school to those in Eng-
landlhis former homel, 'The schools in
England are quite different from
American schools, butl like the overall
view on this campus! Goodman also
taught Daft of the day at San LOFEHZO
and 'FOUYIG his COI'T'lYTIUte 'CfiffiCUlt '
Cannon, who took over the typing
classes, moved to the Bay Area from
Oakland, Oregon where she taught for
the past eight years. She found
Arroyo, 'big, butvery personable'
About Cannon, Senior Class Presi-
dent LiSie Ferreira stated, 'Having typ-
ing sixth period can be especially bor-
ing, but Mrs. Cannon has a way of
making it a little livelier.'
konstantopolous formerly taught
on campus in the 1960'S and spent the
309 Ifl social
Striving fOl' SVEFY OUHCE of effort, the 'DUTY
DOZEN' CTEW flies BCFOSS the Wafelf
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Machutes se ts Olympics trial goals
Two years ago, Physical Education
Teacher Anthony Machutes left with
two former Arroyans completely
determined to learn rowing, to work
their way to the Olympic rowing team
trials, and to compete in the National
lvlachutes and his two friends, Mark
Knopp and Steve Anderson, originated
their passion for rowing when they all
competed in a promotional gimmick
called the 'Bathtub Brigade', spon-
sored by a local radio station.
Setting their goals and working
intensely, 'We were always pushing to
another goal,' said Machutes.
The head of the Olympic Commit-
tee whom Machutes w
BS honored to
ITlGEt, flatly stated that there WZS HO
possible way the team could succeed.
With l'l0 COElCh, HO boat, and little
experience, the Committee chair tried
to discourage Machutes and his
friends from competition.
According to Machutes, the work-
outs were grueling and demanding. HE
put in two miles of running and nine
miles of rowing daily, sometimes
working in intense heat. For three
months, the team's confidence did
not wane. 'I learned what I could do
physically, mentally, and nutrition-
ally,' said Machutes.
At the End of three l'l'lOl1thS, the
team was confident that it could do
well in Olympic trials. They placedi
sixth in the 1000 meter events. 'We
were beaten by less than the length
of the gym,' said Machutes.
Picking up sponsors after their suc-
cess, the group traveled over the
course of the next year to Switzer-
land, France, Yugoslavia, East Ger-
many, and Canada.
About his experiences, Machutes
said, 'I plan to relate this tOtaI team
commitment to my math classes. The
class should learn as a whole, notjust
by individual GffOl'tS.'
Machutes planned to write a book
about his adventure, entitled 'In the
Honour to Compete.'
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While showing Sp6CI8lEdUC3flOl1 SFUUEIWS NEW
fOI'I'T1S of exercise lf'ISfl'UCfOf TONY Machutes
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immich Named CHITIDUS COUHSEICJI'
From PE teacherto math instructor
- counselor was the career progres-
Jn of Martha Kimmich.
Kimmich, who has a masters degree
guidance counseling, received her
l in physical education at Skidmore
allege and had been teaching in that
ea until four years ago. Kimmich
new her career ambitions since the
:th grade, but went to the Univer-
ty of COI0radO, after having taught
lree years at Baldwin School in Pen-
nsylvania, for her masters degree,just
in case she couIdn't teach PE later.
'lt's very tough on a teacher who
has to teach something out of his
fieId,' stated KirTlmiCl'l who looked
forward to tackling the counseling
Kimmich's absence from PE has not
stopped her sports activity. She
played golf and taught the sport to
teachers at Cal Poly during the
summer months. Kimmich was also
the champion golfer at Chabot for
seven years and won one Walnut
Creek tournament. 'l was so nervous, I
got wiped out,' said Kimmich about
her match against Golf Pro Sandra
Palmer 13 years ago.
One of the biggest events in her life
was Kimmich's marriage to husband,
Larry, a former Arroyo math teacher.
Kimmich succeeded her husband as
chair of the Faculty Senate.
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JIBHS for Cafeel' arid college with SEf1iOf IVHCHENE C0un5eI0r Martha Kimmich grins happily 35 a gives SOITIE l'IElDfUl advice about college
Gonzales. student Walks in to her office. 2DlS1liC8fi0I'IS.
Home Ee. Chair
Tando wsky, Rich
V3l7dl'O HSSLIITIES AHS Dl'il"lCiD3lSl7iD
A major administrative change took
place as Ralph Vandro became the
principal at Arroyo High School.
THE change, however, not onlya
affected the administration, but also
the student body as Vandro insti-
tuted new policies and goals for the
According to Vandro, his focus was
directed toward the following areas,
discipline, curriculum, and improve-
ment of the school's California As-
sessment ProgramlCAPSl scores.
An assertive discipline policy was
enforced as pa rt of the new principal's
strategy. A set of classroom rules for
students and a set of consequences
was posted in each room. A copy of
those rules and consequences was also
on file in the main office. Suspensions
resulted if students committed any of
the following offenses, riding bikes on
school grounds, smoking outside of
designated areas, carrying radios and
skateboards on campus, fighting, pro-
fanity, defiance, and drug or alcohol
or paraphenalia possession. Carrying
firearms, knives, explosives, or other
dangerous objects was also reason for
has been involved in athletics. In high
school, Vandro played football, wres-
tled, and swam. While attending col-
lege, he played football and wrestled.
Wrestling, admitted Vandro, was his
number one love. At SF State, he
wrestled his way into national com-
petition, and, at one point, was second
in the US at the 198-pound weight
AbOLlt hOW he felt between the bal-
ance of athletics and academics, Van-
dro stated, 'lt doesn't just have to do
with athletics. The same thing applies
to all extra-curriculuar activities. The
number one purpose of school is aca-
demics,' he said.
Vandro said that he liked to spend
free time with kids. 'They keep me
young,' he said.
The second area of emphasis of
Vandro's plan was curriculum, with
special attention directed to mathe-
matics. According to the new princi-
pal, math was stressed in the curricu-
lum improvement project because of
a definite need and in order to im-
prove the CAPS scores.
improvement of standardized test
scores was the final aspect of Van-
istered to seniors in December, and
helped determine the amount of
state funding the school received, if
the Class of 1986 did very well.
Vandro stated that he was very
impressed with the staff and faculty
of Arroyo. 'kids coming to school,'said
Vandro, 'for extracurricular activities
as well as for the education!
Though his last job was in the San
Joaquin Valley, Vandro's roots were in
the Bay Area. Graduating from South
San Francisco High School, Vandro fur-
thered his education at the College of
San Mateo. He received his bachelor's
degree and master's degree from San
Francisco State university, where he
also obtained his teaching Credentials.
Vandro later attended San Jose
State University and earned a second
Tranquility High School near Fresno
was the next stop for Vandro where
he was vice principal for two years. He
then became principal at Sanger High
School and remained there until he
arrived at Arroyo.
Vandro was enrolled at the Univer-
sity of the Pacific in Stockton where,
,fOIlOWil1g I'liS diSSertati0l1, he will
receive 3 doctoral
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Vinde had all the stereotypical Scan
danavian looks, although she said that
Swedes are just as integrated as
Tl'lOLlgh Virldefelt tl'latAmel'iCa WHS
a bit more restrictive, since there are
no curfews In Sweden, she said, 'Here I
have to be home at 10 p.m.I'
Education was one reason that
Senior Petter Morken came to the
United States from Norway.
lvlorken, a native of Skarnes, Nor-
way, Ieft his old school at the end of
August to finish his last year of school
in San Lorenzo. 'I feel that coming to
school in the United States is both
educating to me because I am learning
the English language more completely
and I am also learning about a new
country and its culture,' stated
Although Morken returned to Nor-
way at the end of the school year, he
said he brought a world of memories
hOm6 with him.
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Fitness and 'fit' people were every-
where in students' lives-on commer-
cials, in ads, and on campus.
'l see a lot more people in physical
education giving it their extra effort.
The really seem to care about how
they feel and how good of shape
they're in,' said Freshman Andy Wilson.
'The health clubs are becoming sin-
gles bars of the '80's as stated in the
film, 'Perfect,',' said WiISOn about the
craze toward a more fit body.
Many Arroyo families took advan-
tage of diet plans and local spas to
improve their fitness. The trend has
even gone over to improved nutrition
for some who pack their lunches and
bring them to school. Apples, oranges,
salads, granola bars, and vegetables
made a resurgance on campus and
replaced colas and junk food items .
Trying to emulate Jane Fonda,
Arnold Schwarznegger and Rachel
Mcclish became the object of many
students. One group who had to keep
fit were members of the champion
rally squad who gained physical endu-
rance and strength by completing
lifts and bends in their intricate
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Seniors had to work and spend
extra time away from campus in
order to meet the rising costs of
It was estimated that the average
senior would have to spend nearly
S500 before graduation to participate
in activities traditionally associated
with commencement from Arroyo
'I dOI'I't think that is too rTlLlCI'1. We
don't spend much money in the first
years of high school. lt's the last year
and people want to celebrate and
have a last blast,' said Class President
'I work in a restaurant to make the
money necessary to participate in
these activities,' said Senior Diana
NiemOeIIer about how she supported
her attendance at end-of-the-year
Included in the amount was attend-
ance at commencementlwith cap and
gown rentali, attendance at the
Senior BalllS6O per couplel, and pur-
chase of items, such as a year-
booklS23i and panorama picturelS7l.
Admiring the work of the new portrait phto- Wx git
graphen members of the Class of '86 wait in as fwffsf.
C3f9l'OI'iUIT7 l'O sign UD fOl' early appointments at
Garibaldi Photograph V.
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Fads were popular on campus, as on
other high school sites across the
it seemed as if items came in one
day and left the next, only to the cha-
grin of students, parents, and teachers.
On the fashion scene, there was a
definite trend to return to the 1960's
on campus. The look featured stirrup
pants, paisley prints, and loud colors.
Jewelry was an important fashion
accessory which was packed on stu-
dent sweaters and blouses and coats.
Pearls, brooches, swatch watches, and
large stone necklaces were big hits.
To be 'vogue,' as it was called, stu-
dents also wore Guess jeans, Geneva,
Esprit, abd Forenza clothing, among
the most popular and most expensive.
One trend that both sexes on cam-
pus favored were attractions to
Gumby, Flintstone, and the Jetsohs
As for most males, the year brought
in a new fashion trend. Guys were
more cleancut and fashion conscious
in GUESS jeans, cable knit sweaters,
baggy pantslrolled up, of coursei, and
Dress and fads were demonstra-
tions of students' individuality and
expression. Like teens everywhere,
whatever was in in department
StOl"eS 'FOUYICI its Wav on CZYTIDUS.
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badges on a Sweatshirt, a new Arroyo trend- latest fashion Statement' The Swatch Watch.
Following 8 I'I3lf'iOn8l ffefld of 13 million pairs
sold, AITOVBHS, too, DUFCHZSGU Rebocks, 3 DODU'
lal' and COIT'lfOI'l'3blE item of appafel.
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faul l'llfCl'lCOCK WaS an avid sports
The younger of two sons, Hitchcock
llayed baseball and SOCCei' and WaS
lCflVe as a Vell leadel' Ori CalTipUS. ll'l
lddition to these activities, Hitchcock
also enjoyed snow and water skiing
'Robby,' as his friends Called him,
itafted his baSeDall career in the Sail
.Ol"eI"lZO Little League 'l'l years ago.
Hitchcock planned to continue playing
the sport in college and hoped one day
to make the pros. During 1985-'86
Hitchcock enjoyed his second year on
About his enthusiasm for yell lead-
ing, Hitchcock explained his involve-
ment in that activitiy by 'it looked like
funl' He was one of seven boys on the
Future plans for Hitchcock included
admission to the University of Hawaii
and a career in photojournalism. The
Junior was an active member of the
About his future ten years from
now, Hitchcock predicted that he be in
a cabin in the Rockies, on the beach in
Hawaii, or married to a good-looking
brunette who 'knows how to cook'
ln the meantime, Hitchcock concen-
trated on his high school studies and
remained content to explore life. 'I
want to be my own person,' he said.
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Pat lVlOl'll'Oe enjoys 3tl'lletlCS, science
From just looking at him, students
might not think that Patrick Monroe
was anything other than an ordinary
teen. He wa, however, an exceptional
As a freshman, Monroe was a
member of the Varsity Wrestling
squad. He wrestled in the 126-pound
class and received his block A in the
sport. He was also a starting line-
backer for the Varsity Football team
in his sophomore year. At the end of
that season, however, he was se-
riously injured and that kept him from
Wrestling in 1984-'85. By the end of
the school term in his sophomore
year, Monroe recovered enough to
participate in Junior varsity Track.
During his junior year, Monroe was
starting defensive back on the varsity
Football team and he had hopes of the
team Del'fOi'mil1Q better.
in addition to his athletic ability,
Monroe is an above average student
who maintained a 3.0 grade average
despite his active sportsinvolvement.
During the year, he took classes in
anatomylphysiology and algebra in
hopes of admission to college.
'Science classes come naturally to
me,' Monroe said as he explained his
biological and chemical knowledge
which he needed to succeed in anat-
omy and physiology.
Monroe also liked to water ski and
snow ski. 'l started water skiing when l
was seven, but ljust started to snow.
ski l3St Veal',' he said.
Along with these activities, Monroe
also likes to target shoot at the Cha-
bot Gun Club and at the Davis Street
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Lane acts in Marine World sho ws
To most students, Melissa Lane may
lookjust like any other normal blonde,
but to the surprise of Arroyo High
School, she's not.
Why is Lane different? Well, for one,
she's performed in front of a live
audience in the stunt show at Marine
WOl'ld Afi'iC3 USA in RedWOOd City.
Lane received the week-end only job
when she was visiting the theme park
with some friends. To her surprise, a
man from the stunt show approached
her and aSkEd if she WOLIIC1 be
interested in acting in the show. Lane
accepted the offer and started
immediately. She worked Saturdays
and Sundays during the month of
August and heract included a part as a
gunman's wife and as a female
Though she has since left the show,
Lane felt she gained valuable acting
experience. Her childhood ambition is
to become an actress.
Lane, 16, resided in Fremont with
her parents. After graduation from
Thornton Junior High, she decided to
attend Arroyo in San Lorenzo because
several of her cousins, aunts, and
uncles graduated from AHS. 'It'S a
family tradition,' she saidp
Though Lane's commute to Arroyo
is a long drive with her mother, the
family had planned to move to San
Lorenzo before the end of the school
year. Although Lane appeared normal
to her peers, she has experienced
some great moments in her life.
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SODHOITIOFG SGZH Wildman takes COHUOI of
Wlldman leads SODYIS
Maintaining a 4.0 grade point aver-
age, Wildman hoped to continue his
all-A showing, but he admitted that
the job was tougher due to his
extended activities as class president.
On the ballfield Wildman performed
just as Well as ne did in Class. H6 could
'After did take about 20-
and get dinner
my homework! said
have easily played varsity football, a
presitigious honor for a sophomore,
but he chose to see more action on
the Frosh-Soph team. In the spring,
the slugging left-hander was a stal-
Iwart first baseman for the Dons'
FrSOh-Soph Baseball squad,
when asked if he ever felt like pack-
ing it all in, Wildmarl stated, 'I did
sometimes, but l would think of the
rewards that would come, like receiv-
ing an A or winning a game, if I kept
W0l'klI'IQ,' he said.
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Vierra enjoys culture
Maintaining much pride in his Amer-
ican lndian Heritage was Arroyo
Sophomore Ernest Longe Vierra.
Since moving to California in 1975,
Vierra and his family traveled backto
Brockton, Montana every summer to
visit the indian reservation on which
they formerly lived. Vierra reported
that the reservations population was
much smaller than San Lorenzo's at
vierra's gandfather, G Norman
Hollow, was also born and raised in
Montana. He now resides as the Chief
of the reservation which consists of
members of the Sioux and Assiniboin
AN annual event to which the
Sophomore looks forward was an
lndlari celebration during WNiCl"l the
reservation is divided into five separ-
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pants, according to Vierra, stay in
teepees for four days and are respon-
sible for food DFSDBFZUON aNd Ol'QaNl-
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ITIUCN about his CLllfLll'8l DZCKQFOLINO,
especially tribal dancing. Wearing tra-
ditional feathered garb also added to
Vierra'S enthusiasm for his heritage.
Vlel'l'2, WNO WHS KNOWN ON CHFNDUS
as Rowdy, stated, 'l like going to the
reservation because the people there
are really NlCe. ladmlf lt feels good to
bein a bigger city, though, with more
Following his graduation, Vierra and
his family Dl3N to N10Ve DSCK tO
Tfylng to solve 3 math problem Sophomore Bob
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For the past 13 years, Arroyo
sophomore Lori Speers skated her
way to the top of competition.
Speers admitted that she did i'lOt
actually become interested in roller
skating on her own. Her mother
enrolled her lessons at the age of two
and, as soon as she improved, her con-
fidence and motivation for competi-
tion began and strengthened. By the
age of seven, Speers was competing ln
dance, figure, and freestyle competi-
tions in the Bay Area. She has claimed
many first place trophies for her
efforts in the skating rink. Speers was
also involved in September in a skate-
a-thon for the Muscular DVSYFODNV
Association. The sophomore raised
over 51,000 for research from the
pledges and donations she solicited
for ner skating.
Spee rs, who works out at Hayward's
Valle Vista rink on Mission Boulevard,
dreams about becoming a well-known
professional skater in the future. 'lt's a
hobby now, but in the near future, l
would like to skate professionally! she
Speers was also active in journalism
on campus, but much of her time was
spent working on Skills and towards
reaching her goal of a career in the
world of professional rollerskating.
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PFESFUEDI' Colleen Butler works 31' 8 class council
meeting In 8-1.
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leeri Butler hOldS hel' breath while waiting the
fESUltS of the point affel' kick
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Buflel' leeds active life
Some students had troubles keep-
lng up with responsibilities, such as
sports, jobs, homework, and extracur-
ricular actlvities, not to mention
chores at home. ' B q
But Sophomore Colleen Butler did all
of the above and much more. i
Butler was a member of the award-
winnlngcheer squad, was vice presl-
dent of the Sophomore Class, played
soccer, and maintained a 5.5 grade
point averageiby some miraclell.
About how she keeps her hectic life
Straight, Butler said, 'Ie really dOn?t
know. Things just seem to fall into
placel' , W ,
Butler's family is very supportive of
her activities. Her younger sister also
attends Arroyo and a younger bro-
ther is enrolled in elementary school.
About her family's involvement ln her
activities, Butler said, 'They have been
very helpful to me.' The Butler family
was useci to their daughters active
life, since she has been a regular school
leader since elementary school.
'Many people don't know how much
time everything takes. lvluch time is
spent practicing cheerleading. All the
practice is to learn moves, words, and
techniques' ,said Butler about her
involvement with the cheer squad.
'i will never regret one bit of it: said
Butler of her active school life.
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SODi'lOI'l10f'e5 Debbie DHHS? 3I'lCi KfI5fII'le RICe tell 3
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During the past school year several
COITIDS shows Off spirit
When Freshman Marcus Combs was
asked what he thought was an 'aver
age Joe,' he replied that it was 'not a
low life and not Joe stud, but some
thing in between.'
Combs was not totally classified as
an average freshman because of his
class clown status. 'l think l get a lot of
exposure being a class clown, but l'm
not as much of a clown as l was in
grammar school,' said Combs.
The Freshman felt that there was
much more responsibility in high
school, but there were also advan
tanges, such as more freedom and
Combs said he was glad to have left
the eighth grade!
'Now we're not the lowest class, the
ones to get picked on,' he said about
his peer group.
1 FI'eSl'llTlEl'l Class
COn'lbS aSpIl"ed to become a dOCtOl'
Being the In tne fnedlCal field Intel'
ested nIn'l DeCaLlSe nlS n'lOtneI' IS a
nUl'Se and he had already gained mUCn
eXDOSUl'e to tne field
COYTIDS stated that he wanted to
DeC0l'ne aCtIVe In the AYTOYO sports
DFOQI'alT'l and WaS Intel'eSted In foot
Dall Wl"eStllnQ baseball and badfnln
ton HIS Otnel' lntel'eStS lnClLlded I'Lln
ning fOl' ClaSS Dl'eSldent
The FI'eSnYTlan also wanted to pal'
tIClpate In Close Llp and tO COntlnLle nlS
work In the ChOll'
ACCOl"dlnQ to Combs I'nOSt Fresh
l'T'len can t Walt to DeCOl'ne SenIOl'S l
Want l'nY SenlOI" Veal' to COn'Ie qUICKlY
because l can see all the fun RVanlnlS
bl'OfhEl'l IS having stated Combs
Just KnOWlnQ l Il have only one l'nOl"e
year Wlll be Ql"eat
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Photo by Berndt
Showing the I'9Sl' of the school how IfS UODG
Ff6Shm8n MBFCUS Combs arid DBFFHEFIIUEFDUQ In
contest at lunch rally.
Affifed in the gafb of an 3I7Cl6I'lf Roman chief
fan, FI' 6Sf7m3I1 M8I'CUS COITIDS W3lkS 8CI'O55 Cam
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Having older sisters and brothers at
school had its advantages and dis-
'l hate being compared to my Older
sisters by my teachers,' said Freshman
Kathy Dezotte who had one sister,
Kristy, still in school and another
graduate in 1985. Dezotte felt that
each person should be recognized for
her own individuality and personality.
Unlike her older sisters, Dezotte felt
that she was more 'down to earth'
than her talkative sister Kristy or her
quiet sister Dyan. 'l've had several of
Kristy's teachers in school and most of
them expected me to be more out-
spoken like Kristy was.' on the other
hand, Dezotte had also been com-
pared to Dyan by her former teachers
who expected the younger girl to be
Despite their different personali-
ties, Kathy looks up to bOth of Hel'
older siblings. One of the advantages
of having older sisters was that 'it was
easier to make friends' having Older
family at school. 'Kristy went through
the same thing l've gone through
because of Dyan's teachers, and that
helped to prepare me for the sit-
'l really don't mind hearing about
Kristy or Dyan from my teachers. lt's
just I feel they should treat me like any
other kid in class. Everyone 'should
be accepted for who we are .-
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ri Ffedlafli, Shane
, Fl'EitaS, Dwayne
F G8I'Ci3, Catneflne
Gilligan demonstrate man y talen ts
Freshman Cherise Gilligan started
playing softball at the age of six. Since
then she has become one of the bet-
ter players in San Lorenzo. Her first
attempt at playing on a team was
when she was eight for Foxworthy's
Ever since that first team exper-
ience, Gilligan has moved through the
various age groups with ease. She
played for the renowned San Lorenzo
Supersox this year.
Gilligan, an all-around player, was
slotted at catcher, but she also per-
formed well at first base and in the
outfield. lh 1985, she had the league's
top batting average.
During the summer, when she was
selected to play on an all-star team,
the squad made it to the West Coast
championships in the Los Angeles area
and placed sixth out of 25 competi-
tors. During the five game tourney,
Gilligan proved her outstanding abil-
ity as a hitter and fielder.
Gilligan currently intended to try
out for the Don varsity squad.
lh 3hO'Chel' field, Gilligarl has ClelTIOI'1'
strated eXtl'emelY good skill lh flQUl"e
Skatlhg. She STIODDECI Sk3tll'lQ at age 1 1 ,
hOWeVel', beC8LlSe of the ehOl'mOLlS
pressure of practices and SChOOl. Hel'
ll"lSfl'LlCt0I" WHS l'el"lOWhed Skatel' Paul
Heath of the 'NUtCl'aCKel'.'
As 3 student, Gllllgarl Seemed to like
hel' WOl"K. BefOl'e coming here, She
attended jLlI'llOl' hlgh SChOOl at Cavalry
Lutherah School ah led hel' gl'3dU3fiOl1
Cl3SS. Gllllgah also h3S Sflldled Wrltlhg
lh AUSff'8ll3 for Ohe week.
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OH the speed dUfiI7Q 3 softball m3l'Ch
Waffling the pil'Cf79Ij C8fCl76l' ChEI'lS9 GIIIIQBI7
demonstrates pfl'ChiI7g signals in 3 BODDYSOX
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Freshman Debbie Forsberg not only
held the responsibility of class presi-
dent, but also participated on the
Arroyo rally squad.
A spiritleader Forsberg was selected
to perform to work with the Varsity
squad because of injuries incurred by
other rally members. Practicing seven
days each week to prepare for com-
petition at the Nationals in Orlando,
Florida, consumes much time from her
Most would feel their reSpOl'lSiblli-
ties and leadership would slip from
one position to another. Fortunately
Forsberg had her priorities set.
'lf l need something done for my
class and knowl will not be able to do
it because of my schedule, l delegate
things to the other Class officers,' said
Forsberg. 'With practice there is much
dedication needed, so most of my free
time lately has been spent on
, The energetic freshman was inv-
olved ln eXlIl'3CUl"l'lCUl3l' activities
because Sl"le felt that being bLlSV kept
her gOli"IQ in school. AS Cl3SS pl'eSldeI1f,
FOl"Sbel'Q WaS able to help l'lef' Cl3SS'
lT'l3feS Obfalfl Ceffalfl QO3lS, SLlCl'l BS
l'alSli'lg fLlI'ldS. AS 3 member of the rally
squad, she Sl'lOWeCl bel' school spirit
and pride. 'Two of ITIY goals, Wl'llCl'l l
WOLlld like tO C0f'lqLlel' in l'llQl"l school,
afe to be CIBSS Dl"eSldel'lf for all five
Ye3I'S and to be 3 membel' of OUI' rally
squad,' said FOI'SbeI"Q.
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Pausing after a routine with Sophomore Paula
Pa triclg Freshman Debbie Forsberg takes a break
from yell leading at football game.
GOFITQ OV6I'8 preliminary budget fOl'8 CIZSS activ-
ity, FFGSHITIHH Pf6Sid6l1f Debbie FOFSDEFQ asks
JUI7iOl' Elaine Rockowitz for help in leadership
pondering a composition topic in English
Freshman Dawn Vigil thinks about her thesis
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Vigil plans to stay in vol
The key to having fun in school was
to become involved in various ac-
tivities. 'You won't enjoy school, if you
don't get involved,' said Freshman
Dawn Vigil, one of the more active
members of the Class of 1989.
Vigil, who was active in a variety of
clubs and class events, attempted to
increase her pace even more during
the year. She was a member of the
school literary magazine and avid
writer who hoped to work on the
school newspaper following instruc-
tion in beginning journalism in the
Vigil also hoped to increase her
activity calendar by running for a
student body or class office. in ad-
dition to her goals, Vigil also was
named student director of the choir, a
role in which she assisted Director Pat
Schultz in organizing the group's
music, events, and appearances.
'School seems to go by faster now,'
stated Vigil WhO liked high SChOOl
better than grammar school. 'I also like
the variety of teachers and their
different personalities,' she said.
AS 2 hihth grader, Vigil felt that She
received more respect from older
students than she had in the eighth
grade. 'People talk to me more be-
cause l'm older,' she said.
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Having a twin sister had its advan-
tages and disadvantages as Freshmen
Dana and Darlene BuSSell discovered
The identical sisters were not
pleased with being twins, but looked
at themselves as very different
Born in Oakland in 1970, the gll'lS
looked very much alike and even got
along well together. While they each
pursued her own interests, both did
share friends at Arroyo. Much of their
5IJECl0WSKl, K3f EI1
spare time was spent together in the
company of those friends.
About the potential embarrass-
ment of being a twin, Darlene stated, 'l
hate it when a teacher or another
person calls me Dana, and we do get
confused very often, and it's very
According to scientific data, it was
usually a third generation phenom-
enon who became twins, and so it was
with the BUSSBIIS. Their greatgrand-
parents on both sides were also twins.
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Gregory leads CFOWC1 35 AHS ITIHSCOI'
Although only an Eighth Grader,
Jane Gregory demonstrated positive
signs of ambition and leadership.
The 1 5-year-old started off her high
school years with much success. Unlike
many new students, Gregory wasn't
shy and became involved in activities.
She represented her CIaSS of 1990 as
class president and also joined the
rally squad as mascot.
Gregory was the younger sister of
Junior Class President Jennifer Gre-
gory who was also extremely active in
school. 'l'm proud of herl' stated the
elder Gregory of her younger sibling's
accomplishments. Although she didn't
admit to following in her older sister's
footsteps, the busy Eighth Grader
Ath9I'f0l1, Jason A
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seemed to follow that direction.
Gregory was enrolled in college prep
course, with leadership and drama her
favorites. 'She shows a lot of leader-
ship potential for an Eighth Grader,'
said Director of Activities Jack Hunt.
Gregory's future plans included going
to college to become a hospital
As if she did n't already have enough
to do, Gregory was also involved in
sports. She played soccer for six years
and was the right wing for Limited
Edition. She has also been active on
area softball teams for the past four
years. About why she did not pursue
her athletic ability at school, Gregory
responded, 'I don't have enough timel'
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Jane Gregory grabs the microphone to make an
Sitting out on the SideIirieS before halftime,
Eighth Gfade Mascot Jane GFEQOFY ITIEEIS with
KI'iSty D6ZOtt9 and Tammy Statler about their
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RICE enjoys Vafled SDOITS interests
At the age of 1 3 Elghth Grader Ben
jamln Rlce has already become tal
ented at a varlety of sports
Many of these talentlncludlng short
stop and pltcher for hrs baseball team
forward sweeper and goalle for has
soccer team and safety and second
strung quarterback on Arroyo s Elghth
Grade Football team l enjoy playlng
sports because It keeps me ln shape
and It s fun belng part of a team wlth
all of my close frlends stated Rlce
Many of Rlces close fnends have
always played a blg part ln hrs athletlc
career Through fave years of Llttle
League Rlce was on three flrst place
teams and two squads that ranked
The boys soccer team The
Stompers for whom Rlce has played
for elght years has recelved a flrst
place flnlsh for sux years
Overall more of a team player than
a ballhog he llkes to wlntas most boys
dol but he enjoys playlng sports and
belng a part of the team stated Gln
ger Rlce Benjamln s mother
Though hrs soccer team has much
more fleld presence Rlce enjoyed
baseballthemost In baseballlusually
get to play wlth Older klds and It glves
me more of a challenge stated Rlce
The younger of two Rlce has an
Older slsterlsophomore Krlstlne Rlcel
who IS also an actlve athlete About
her brother HE always enjoyed play
mg sports for as long as l can re
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I, Eighth Grader Benjamin Rice races downfreld
',.""'e,, towards the goal.
N O dna Ven wins 3W3l'Ci
For the past two years, Eighth
Grader Jenny Nordhavn has been twi-
rling her way to the top.
Since she was three years old, Nord-
havn has been a member of the Blue
Angels Baton Corps. Her activities in
the group have included playing the
cymbals, twirling batons, and dressing
up as a mascot angel. Nordhavn has
also been very active in the color
About why she enjoyed the Blue
Angels, Nordhavn said, 'You meet lots
of people. l've made lots of new
friends and lt's funl'
'She'S really dedicated and likes
what she does. She's a hard worker,'
said Sister Tina Nordhavn.
The Eighth Grader practices three
times weekly, on weeknights and
weekends. Her teachers, Donna Fun-
cheon and Jill Dul1Cal1, led the five-
member baton group and the ten-
member color guard.
'lt's very expensive,' said Nordhavn
of her hobby. Costumes, shoes, bat-
ons, make-up, and warm-up suits were
among her expenses.
Nordhavn had no plans of instruct-
ing baton groups, but said, 'I want to
continue baton until l'm 2'l.'
194 Eigntn crane class
Striking 8 DOSE at the 1985 national champion-
SniDS in lndi8n8DOiiS, Indiana, Eignfn Gl'3d6l'
Jenny NOfdi'73V6n d9fnOnSfl'8I'ES nel' winning
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196 Eighth Grade CIaSS
5fODDfI7Q OUfSidE S-Hall between classes, Eighth
Gfadef Maff Miller IOOKS COf'lfidEf'If enough to do
Af first glance, Eighth Grader Matt
Niiiier looked like a rlOrrrlai 1 3-year-old,
but as he WaS seen WaiKirIQ down the
corridors, it was eViderIt that Miller
had cerebral DaiSY, a disease which he
l'efl.ISed to let debilitate him.
Miller arrived at Arroyo from St.
Felicitas, a parochial school in San
Leandro. At the Washington Manor
school, Miller was a good student who
was popular with both his peers and
About AITOVO Miller said that it WaS
a lot easier than he eXDeCfeCi. He felt,
too, that his teachers here were SUr'
priSed at his iaCK of iirrlita1IiOI'1S.
Because he did not let his handicap
get him down, lvliller played many
sports at St. FeIiCitaS, including CYO
soccer. He also played basketball,
baseball, and football. BeCaUSe of hiS
enrollment in a larger school, Miller
was afraid of physical education pro-
grams here, but found that his inten-
sive sports activities helped him to
Miller was very happy to be attend-
ing Arroyo and was hopeful that his
academic successes would rival his
Sae Jang, Lhda
Eigntn Grade Class 197
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Soccer softball Hula and high
BFE 3 few of the ltelT1S has
Hubbard attended Bay Elementary
and partlclpated ln the athletic
there. She played basketball,
Hubbard has been active in softball
the San Lorenzo Bobby Sox for the
three years. She has made the
all three years as catcher. She
also played pitcher and shortstop.
tl'lOUgl'lt it looked like a IOt of fun, SO
they talked me into playing,' stated
'l'm going to try out for cheer-
leading Flext year, but if I dOl'l't make
it, I'll try out for soccer and softball,'
'Soccer is my favorite,' said Hub-
bard. 'ln second grade, my friend's
mom coached a team and she asked
me to play for her!
Hubba rd played center forward and
center halfback and has been playing
for six years.
Hula was also a part of the Eighth
Grader's schedule of activities for
seven or eight years, but Hubbard
eliminated it because there 'wasn't
enough time! 'I was considering danc-
ing again, but when I weighed out the
time factors, l realized it was next to
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As my venetian blinds filtered
the light throughout the boys'
bathroom which was converted
into my office, I again pondered
the question of Wl'lO StOle
Arroyo's Red Pride. Difficult cases,
such as this, really tested me.
The case files were dug out of
my cabinet and I look over them
for the rl'IilliOrlth time. Maybe I
could find a bit of information I
It seems that everyone from
an Eighth Grade member of the
Chess Club to the head of the
Varsity Cheer squad uses Red
Pride in some wav.
Local businesses were invol-
ved in the process too. They
purchased advertising to the
tune of about 513,005
the staff irl paying
I began to
Pride a tangible
use it more than
the indexl, but is it
I began to think
over fileS in the
and Spirit Week.
otism for the
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not nail it CIOWIT
'I'll ma fl'Y Shawn Cassidy and YOU'll I'I13ITY PBFKEI'
SlIEVEI'ISOn!' WE'VE DEED fI'lEI'IdS SlnC6 I Can
l'9mEmbEf. l.9f'S Keep if that W3Y 'tll WE C3I1't
fememllef. BE good and good IUCK.
I'd IIKE to WlSl1 6VEl'YOI1e OH squad the DESY lI'I
U18 fUtIJI'E. Wltl10lIf D3I'tlClD3tlI1Q, l would have
really ITllSS9d 0Uf.
You have really made me enjoy high school over
the last couple of years l hope you Flnd the
right glrl for you because your really are a 'nice
TYIESE Y93l'S have 90119 by i100 f3St, DUI the
m6m0I'lES YOU have QNEH US wlll always be OUFS.
WE are proud of YOUI' goals and 3Cl1lEV9lTI9f1fS
and WE will love YOU 3lW3YS.
M0m 84 D80
You've been a greatfnend to us, but we're glad
to finally get rid of you. Ha! Ha! Hope you have
success ln everything you do. Lets always keep
Amy, Cecella, 81 Sheree
CODQTBTUIBUOHS! WE WiSh YOU the DESY of luck lh
EVEf'Ythil1Q YOU dd. IVIBY YOUI' future OE filled
with h3DOil'I8SS We BFE proud of YOU!
Mom, Dad, 81 Tami
You made it thfS fdfg dOI'I'f QW9 UD hOW.
Sfd Cey 'l'eShilllCl
Th3hKS fdl' the l'h8I1Y DFEUOUS I'I1OmEl1tS
th fOU9hOUt thE YEHFS. lt'S D9Eh 3 W0hd9I'fUl 'I7
Y98 YS. What 3 WBY to QFOW! Much h3DDiheSS and
M0m 81 Dad
W9 BFE VEFY proud of YOU. D0h't EVEfStODg1IhE
b9St is Yet to be.
Nl0I'h, Dad, Jim, 84 TI'3CY
I COUIUFIT think of two Dettel' people to Sh3I'E
the best years of my life with. Thank you for all
the good UITIES Bhd the CI'3ZiI1ESS
I love YOU QUY5!
AdVEI'tiSihQ 2 o 3
KQQ Congratulations on graduating. You are on
L YOUI' WHY to Ulggel' and better We wlsh
YUU happlness, 5UnSl'llne, Smlles, and love.
lYlal'CUS 81 Mom
when l took tllls. YOU Wefe folll' Yeafs old and YOU ,ay
wefe 3 Fourteen Yeafs later, YOU are a
TO 3 SDeCl3l QUY who has Dflghtehed OUf llVeS.
Good IUCK In the future.
Nlllie, Eydle, Mlehael, Stephen,
almost lmDOff8I'lflYl Stephahle
YOU'I'e VeI'Y SOeCl3l to me. l'l'h glad we got
fOQefhef. l hODe we l8St fOFeVeI'! The l3Sf year
wlth YOU h3S been great, lJUf the l'eSf Wlll be
HEY, NB., You hh3llY made lt! lefS see hOW UIQ
YOUI' Smle ls now! DFOD me 8 line Bffel' YOU
become I'lCh and f3mOUS.
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Vo' .Sn ,a ' 54541.
YOU'VE DEEI1 3 SDECIZI friend to ITIE for OVEI' 16
YEHFS. WE'VE ITIBOE lt U13 fafg HOW WE l13VE DUI'
own IIVES to lead. BESt of IUCK to YOU.
OUI' fUtUfE VEtEfll'l3fl2ll. COIlQl'3tUl3tl0nS on
QI'3UO3flOI1. WE WlSl1 YOU much SUCCESS and
l13DDll'lESS. WE wlll always DE l'IEl'E fOl' YOU.
Dad, lVl0ITl, 84 SlIEVE
congratulatlons, son. You finally made lt. l'm
very proud of your accomplishments, May your
future be filled with success and bring you the
happiness you always brought me. l love youl
COflQl'3tUl3U0l1Sl WE Wl5l1 YOU EVEFY good tl'llI'lQ
life holds-Q00d l1E3llZl'I, l13DDlnESS, and SUCCESS.
WE BFE VEI'Y proud of YOU.
LOfS of l0VE,
llll0m, Dad, 81 Linda
YOU ITIBOE lt. COfI9f3tU3ltlOl1SlTl'l3I1KSfOI' UEll'lQ
such 3 WOI'lClEl'fUl frlend.
C3fflE 81 U58
Its been nlce h3Vll1Q YOU 3I'OUI1O. Have 3 good
One WhEl'I YOU get OUt.
COHQFBYUIHYIOITS! YOU Call BCCOITIDHSH whatever
YOU work fOT. LOVE to YOU WhO made US grand-
parents 18 Ye3I'S 390.
GTBOODB Y. 81 GI'3l1Om3 Y.
Y DCIIIEHE SCISCIKI
I met D8I'lEI1E When SHE WBS nlne. She tUl'I1EO
out to be 3 dose fdend of mlne. She IS the DES!
songleader l'V6 SEEI1 YEL Sh9'S QOI1l13 OE my
You've accomplished your first goal. May good
fortune and success be with you In reaching Wyshmg you happlness and success in the
your future goals
Love, future. we know you can do It
Dad, Mom, Catherine, 8. Cynthla Love,
M0m, J0hI1, 81 JOUIE
Well, BSDG, you've finally QI'3dU8t9d! COI'IQI'3tU'
l3lSl0I'lS! We've DEED thf0U9l'l 8 l0f f0QEtl1El'. l'll
TIEVEI' f0l'Q6t all of the m0ITIEI'ItS we've Sl'l3I'6d.
YOU'I'E VEFV speclal to me. l'll 3lW3YS love YOU.
BBS! wlshes In the future to 3 deal'
JI-Chan 81 Ba-chan
X CONQFBYUIZUORS, Keep UD the QUOU WUYK.
el y we are all very proud of you.
NR L I, ' P L 's." I M0m, Dad, Dale, OJ, 84 BUl'lKefS
. I, -' " el A
l'ITI really TIBDDY H1312 I shared YOU SEFIIUF YEBI'
with YOU.l l10DE WE l'l3VE ITl3l'lV ITIOFE t0Q9tl1EI'
ln the fLItUl'E. You'll always have 8 SD8Cl3l DIHCE
In my heart I IOVE YOU.
we wish you all the luck and a very promlslng
career. Remember: Always smlle and you have
the world in your hand.
Mom 81 Dad
Wh.. , ,,,. , ,f
COngfal'UlatiOnSl WE' VE finally made
THankS for making my SCHOOI years
SO mUCH fun. Our fl'lEnClSHlD HaS a l0f
of mEmOflES, all of WHlCH l'll ffEaSUI'E.
GOOd lUCk in the future.
TOQEIHEF WE are and fOgEl'HEI' we'Il
al WayS DE. TakE Cal' E and fEmEmbEf
the good times With 8 smile.
PS. WHOSE HOUSE SHOUlCl WE mEEl'
at fOl' f,'HE I' EUnlOn?
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TO a VEI' y SDEClal QUy who HaS played
a very SDECial Daft in my llfE. l lOVE
We'Ve had SO many gOOd l'lmeS this
DaSf,' yEalZ lknOW WE'll HaE lOl'S mOfE
in the fUfUl'E. ThankS f0I' bEinQ as
SWEEI' as you are
l.OVlng you always,
Remember this da y? Fogtans and Biff
and Sklp! We'Il miss you next year on
squad Good luck and keep in touch!
Elaine, Helena, Kl'lSl'y, ROChelle, and
Though we SOOn may be faf away,
you'll always be close in my neaff.
LOVe you all,
True friends COme only once in 3 life-
time. Tn3nkS fOI' sharing the past 72
ye8l'S. Lef'S ne3l' it for fne next 12.
Remember the good and bad and
We n3Ven'f always liked the same
fningi DUI' it won't be the same
We finally made if! You have been 3
feI'l'ifiC best friend and n3Ve nelpea
my nigh school memOl'ieS Cnel'iSn8'
blell lOVe ya! Always keep in fOUCn.
LOVe your best friend,
DOn't ever give up yOUI' dreams and
never leave them behind. Find them,
make them yOUl'S. We'I'e SO Dl'OUd of
Cal' y, Lee, Heidi, lVl3I'i3n
Tl'laI1KS for the ITlEITlOfl8S and all the SD9Clal
time we've had IOQEUIE. You ITlEal1 a IO! to me
and always WIII.
l.O VE 'Ya,
COlIQl'atUlatlOI1SlEQQSl! You've malla it thl'OUQl'l
Wlth style. Good luck ln the fUtUl'9. We'lI have
I'I1al'lY YEal'S to look forward aI'lCl DaCK OH. I love
HOW proud l am of all YOU are and all YOU do.
UVB YOUI' OI'EamS!
lNhere have all the years gone? Thanks for the
good grades, sports thrllls, and most of all,
thanks for belng a wonderful son. You were a
joy to ralse. we love you.
Mom 8. Dad
As you leave your 5Ch0OI days behind you, hang
onto what you learn and as you enter into your
new future, think big and go for it. God GSS!
Papa 8. Mama
HEY, Baby DOH, AFIEHE, its been Qfeat, UBDE. I
don't KNOW h0W W9 would have made lt. I d0l'I't
know what I WOUICYVE UOHE without you! LOVE
YOU'VE QFOWI1 iI1t0 3 VOUTIQ lady and WE BFE VEFY
DI'0UCl of YOU. We love you!
This is it you guys. You actually made it You've
been wonderful friends, though we've had our
differences. Good luck in the future. Don't
f . Love,
You finally made it. l can't believe it. Thank you
for all you have done for me. Good luck,
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Let's always remember the old days. Even
though we've grown apart, we first helped
each other grow up. we've been through a lot.
l'll always remember the good times.
A glfy, a laugh, a tean a pride, al0ve, a
son. Thanks for the memorles...yes-
terday, today, tomorrow, always.
MOM 8 Dad
We' ll always femembef OUI' sweet
YOUITQ Qlfl, The YEaI'S Q0 by l'O0 fast.
COI1Qf'afUlaflOI7S OH QI'aUdafll1Q fl'Om
MOITF 8 Dad
Congratulations! Good luck ln the
future. YOU finally made it!
Bob, Justln, a Randy
W6 af 8 V6fY Dl'0Ud of you! You l'laV6
QFOWD into a WOl1ClSl'fUl VOUHQ man.
Mom 8 Dad
What an EXDEI' l6f'lC6 l ts D660 to walk
to the beat Wlfh OUI' Cll'Umm6l'. WE
WOUlClI'l'l' ffade YOU fOl' al7Y Ofheli
MOM 8 Dad
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Llfe has lts own rewards and you
have been one of them.
Mom 8 Dad
The years fl'Om tOddIel' to adulthood
Seem to D255 in 3 fleeting ITlOITleI7t,
but the memOl'i6S Will ISSI' fOl'6VEl'.
MOIT1 8 Dad
Congratulations! We knew you could
do it. Ha ve a wonderful future.
MOH? 8 Dad
To 8 very SDeCi8l 5OI7g may YOU
receive 85 ITIUCI7 love and h3pDil1e5S
in YOUI' life 35 YOU have Dl'OUQhf iI7f0
All OUI' love,
MOITI. Jim, 8 Aflflelia
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COI1Ql'8fUl3fiOI151 We afe proud of
you. We love you and wish you the
Vefy best always.
Mom 8 Dad
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15287 Hesperlan Blvd
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PARKER ASSOCIATES INC
2775 Castro Valler Boulevard
Castro Valley Ca ifornia 94546
Business 14151 886-2100
Residence 14153 352-0889
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Roland a Gilda ' THELMA HARRIS
Germono ood REALTOR-ASSOCIATE
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783-4915 A A R
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19682 HESDEl'l3l'l Blvd. H205
A Hayward, CA 94541
iBy A Street-Across from Kennedy Park and Festival Cinemasl
HETE YOU al'E with YOU! fll'St set of wheels.
Thank YOU for drlvlng me and ITIY ffl6I1US
around ln YOUT CUFI'9I1tSEf of wheels.
Blf, Dada, and FIIDDEF,
You QUYS flI1allY made it to the UIQ league.
YOU QUYS afE the bestest fl'l6I'lOS a Qlfl can have.
Good lucld HaV9 fUI1!
we've alWaYS UEEI1 proud of YOU and YOUI' Clean
. Congratulatlons! You have come a long way,
and we're proud of you.
Thls ls just a llttle message to tell you good luck With love,
In the future and keep ln touch! Mom, Dad, sr Jlm
Love and frlendshlp always,
Darlene 8. Chlppy
Thal'lKS fOI' all the rldes eVel'YWheI'e. Good luck
lh all YOU do and 'Keep Oh fUhI'Ilh'y dOh't stop
Love and fl'lehdShiD amays,
Ballet WaS YOUF dream. Overnight sports
became eVeI'YthlhQ.COlle9e is I'IOW lh Sight Your
fUtUI'e is lOOKlhQ hflght. We love YOU and we're
proud of YOU and support YOUI' dI'eamS.
IVIOm 8t Paulie
Hi, babe! I just Waht to WlSh YOU lUCK lh the
future. l'm S0 glad we got DUI' ChaI1Ce. YOU'll
always have a SDeClal Dlate lh mY heaft.
Nth all my IOVG,
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We know YOUI' winning Smlle ahd charm and wit
will take YOU far in life.
Mom 81 Dad
You did I'eallY great ahd l'm very DI'OUd of YOU.
HODE YOU get what YOU want OUt of llfe.
'We're experts In clothing care'
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6611 BOCkman Rd. Phone 278-1811
San LOFSYIZO, CA 94580
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Don K. Callahan Ins. Inc.
P. O. Box 3185 SanLeandro: 357-6142
San Leandro, CA 94578 San Ramon: 820-5858
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14110 W3Shil'1QYIOl'1 AVENUE
SGH LeaI'1dFO CA 94578
AUIUUU- High Scluwk
AdVEftiSiI'IQ 2 2 3
COl'lQl'3tUl3flOl'lS. I am very proud of YOU. Keep
U'Yll1Q ZS hafd BS YOU have been and one of
these days al of YOUI' Cll'e3I'l1S Wlll COl'l1e tI'Ue.
The IOY of seeing YOU m3tUl'e lOt0 SUCl'l 3 lOVelY
OefSOl'l makes me feel SO good. The loys and
SOI'l' OWS l13Ve made US OOU1 QFOW. lVl3Y God
lN3tCl'l OVel' YOU fOI'eVel'.
COl'lQl'3tUl3tlOI'lS! To 3 l0VlI'lQ and spedal OZUQH'
tel' WOO ls always ll'l OUI' l'le3I'fS. MZY all YOUI'
fUtUl'e Ye3I'S brlng YOU l'l8DOlI'leSS BOO SUCCESS
NIOO1, Dad, 81 M3l'C
You've overcome hardshlps and met challenges
to achleve this goal. we are very proud of you.
We love you!
' Mom, Dad, 81 Zlggy
You made It! we're very happy for you, even
though we're golng to mlss all the fun tlmes
we've had together. lvlay you prosper ln life and
all of your dreams be fulfilled.
christy 8. Dlana
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YOU'VE been the SUDSDFFIE of OUI' Ilves MaY YOUI'
fUtUl'9 Dflllg YOU BS ITIUCD Joy and DSDDIDGS 35
YOU'VE DFOUQDIC US. COI1Qf3tUladOnS, Kel! YOU'VE
made US VEFY DFOUO.
WE IOVS YOU,
Mdm, Dad, 81 Candy
KEED UD the good work. WE BFE DTOUD of YOU.
Carol lvlarples Love,
I WISH YOU ludc and good fOl'tUl19. Through thick
and thin, we've femalned best ffiEl1dS. AQZII1,
WE KI1DW It's been hafd fOl' YOU the l3St COUDIE
of YEBIS, DUIC YOU pulled thfdugh with HYIDQ
COlOl'S.W8'I'E VEFY Dl'OUd to have YOU 35 3 SlStEl'.
We'lI always love YOU.
Don 84 TammY
M0m, Dad, 81 ChrISty
I'm really glad we've DECOITIE best fflEI1dS OVEI'
the YEZFS. It WOUldI'I't have been YDE Same
WIth0ut YOU. I WISh yOu the best of luck In the
Love and ffl9I1dShlD,
GARY OSIAS, d.D.
SAN LORENZO OPTOMETRY GROUP
LEONARD OSIAS O.D.
KENTON KERR O.D.
Doclors of Oplomerhv
15600 Washington Avenue San Lorenzo CA 94580
PCIUI S sl-los REPAIR
ACROBI FROM KAIIER HOSPITAL. HAYWARD
27045 HESPERIAN BLVD. HAYWARD. CA 94545
VIRAY ASIAN GROCERY
07098 Hesperuan Brvo
Hayward. FA 945115
"Where Dreams Come True"
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10-5 SATURDAY SAN LEANDRO CA 94578
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wa' wk mu San mmm CA 94577 9990
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SAN LEANDRO. CALIFORNIA 94578
aus C4151 352 zooo
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Contractors License No. 340407 D E M
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0 CARPET 8t UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
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. REWEAWNG 8 REPAIRING 15829 Channel St., San Lorenzo, CA 94580
MARITA Y. CHENC
563 HARLAN STREETlSAN LEANDRO, CA 94577
FREMONT - 790-1774
EAST BAY - 352-4450 CONTRA COSTA - 932-4450
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To 3 VeI'y Speflal SOI1 who l1aS made me
VeI'y Df0Ud many times. CODE-lfafUlal2l0I1Sl
The lallgllfel' and l0y are Stlll there, DU! the
little girl lS HOW 8 woman. We are S0 Df0Ud!
NIOH1, Dad, Kimberly, and Stacey
PfaCtlClI'1Q QfadUalZl0I'l maI'Cl1 in 1971 Oh Carl
Bddme Field? Good lucld
Gfandma, Grandpa, IVl0l'I1, Dad, Karen, Ally, and
e Tony AI1iCI5C0
Good lUCK to US, Tony.
COI1QI'alCUlafiDl1Sl YOLl'Ve C0me a l0l'IQ way aI1d
We'fe Dfdlld df yOU.
Nl0m, Dad, and Jlm
YOU'fE ODDS! WS time t0 ODEI1 NEW doors and
learn DEW thiI1QSt l'ITI VEIY proud Of YOU. YOUI'
life HHS DEED lI1SDlfiI1Q tO me. I love YOU VETY
W8 love YOU and BFE SO proud of YOU SIWZYS
Nl0m, Dad, and AI'l'Wl
YOU have both UEEI1 8 Ql'E3f50Ul'C9 oflove. lam
VGFY DFOUO of each of YOU I love YOU S0 mUCh!
Mom and Sister
lKee-boo-teel, Congratulations and good luck
ln beauty school. l hope you flnallylea med how
to paint nails. Have a great future.
Alwasy keep hope ln your heart and youll never
walk alone. We're so proud of you and we love
Mom, Dad, Bob, Kelli, Donna, Tami and Kitty Cat
BARRY 8L VAUGHN INC
15056 FARNSWOFITH STREET - SAN LEANDRO
1998 LEWELLING BLVD,
JAMES BARRY BERT VAUGHN OWNER P3190
MEAT DEPT. GROCERY DEPT. CLARY CORDERO 35 42
Mowers fofAII Occasions
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Tod Knudsen, Manager
, C4153 276-2664
Janet Minami 14151581-4400 Deliciously Fresh Candy ' Cards di Gifts
21108 Mission Boulevard Hayward California 94541 15832 Hespfrfi-H11 Blvd- ' San Lorenzo, CA 94580
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1 PORKY'S PIZZA
1221 Manor Blvd. 357-4323
San Leandro 357-4329
Hand Thrown Pizza Made to
your special order, also Pasta,
Meat Balls, Garlic Bread,
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150 W. JUANA SAN LEANDRO, CA. l415I 351-LAFF
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1655 WILLOW PASS ROAD CONCORD CA. 94520 14151686-LAFF
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COl'lQl'aC'UlaflOl7S! W9'l' 6 proud of YOU. '
OUI' lOV6 afld Wl5l'I6S f0I' all good
l'l'lll'lQS ll1 YOUI' fUfUI'6.
M0m, Dad 8 all the family
Alfhbllgh fhls plCfl.ll"e
WGS fikeli 17 yedls 090,
YOUI' SIIIIIB ls lllif CIS
betlllflflll. Keep Slllllllig,
be hippy, and we IOIIB
IIOIII 8 Dlld
WE dOI'l'l' know what YOU WlSl1eCl
then, but we Wish the b6St fOl' YOU
HOW and always. WE lOV6 YOU Val' Y
Mom, Dad, 8 Laurie
COI'lQl'at'UlaflOflSl W6 are all VEI' Y
l3l'OUd of YOU and love you!
MOm, Dad Scott JD, K all
Babe, glad you made it all the way, if xl
and it looks like we will too.
Love always and forever,
COl7gl'8l'Ul8l'iOl7S! YOU afe OI1 TERRIFIC
GIRL W6 afe DI'0Ud of YOU. MSY all
YOUI' dI'68mS be fulfilled
MOITI, Dad, KEWH, Jeff, 8 James
From then until now, you have made
us very proud of you. We love you!
DacL'Mom, Monica, 8 Elena
COI1gl'3fUl8fl'OI'lS and ITIUCI7 HZDDIITESS
and SUCCESS ln the Y63l'S to COITIQ W6
Mom, Dad, 8 DENSS
Thal'lkS for making the laSf three
YEBFS SO special. I love YOU.
From your first year to now, you
have made us so proud of you. Con-
Mom, DZCL David, 8 GWYII
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1 730 N8fi0I'l8l A VENUE
H3 yWal'd CA 94545
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sfeI60 SOIIIIII SySfElIl
15100 Edit Ilfh Sfleef
SCII1 LBUIICIYO, CA 94518
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cAsTno VALLEV 2405 EAGLE Ave
3142 cAs'rno vAu.Ev aLvD. qv an A new
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Auto Accldents ' Insurances 1241 Manor Blvd fl
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YOU'VE COITIE 3 IOIIQ WHY. WET9 bOth VETY DFOUO
of YOU Good luck and h3DDiI1E5S always
MOIT1 81 Dad
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Congratulations on all you've accomplished.
We 're very proud. We 've enjoyed watch ing you
grow into a warm, lovlng personfwe wlsh you
success, happiness In al you do.
Mom, Dad, Grandpa, Grandma
2 3 6 AdVEI'tlSiI'IQ
YOU'TE IUST 33 sweet BS YOU WEFE fhEI'l!
Gfeaf Glam Sh9Dh3l'O
COI1Qf3fUl8tiOl1S! Good IUCK ln U18 future.
RElTl8l'llDEI'YOU'llI19V9l'D9 HIOIIE WHEFEVEI' YOU
90. WE'll always love 8nd support YOU. Matthew
UC, Greg, Betty, Albert, CGCEHB, Nlkan, Steve,
DBOIEI, ZOO Stan
YOU HBVE been 3 VEFYSDEUBHJETSOI1 in mY life
and I Want to WISH YOU the VEI'Y best IH the
COl1Ql'3tUl8lfl0l1Sl YOU are VETY SDECl8l to US.
MOITI, Dad, and N303
ltnsg M. ,' ,
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s , y nan clark, Jr.
You flrlally made lt! W9'VE been thr0LlQh 3 l0t
Wgefllel' BDU l ll0DE we stay fllEI'lLlS f0fEVEl'l
MBV al YOUI' fllfufe dl'E3lTlS COITIE true.
Liz yg Love always,
pp Your frlend Llsa
lt's off to college and a bright future for my
lovely daughter. lllmat fun lt's been watthlng
you grow. Thank you.
Wll0 GISE? NEVEI' 2 dull moment. To know S3l'lClV
is to love l1EI' BS l UD. l could DOY be prouder.
You' fe the QI'93t9St!
Mom Sillldy ROSE
My grump sls, well, its your turn to go out lnto
the world and face lt. I wish you lots of luck!
Love, your best friend and grump sls,
5 3 6
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- Sales - Repairs - Parts - Services
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340 B Fair a
ex San Lgandro. CA
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'Trucks and accessories
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276.3030 Congratulations Class of '86
Nfwlffm- Fl0l'e5tCI CIGCIIIEYS
'Alrless Paint Sprayers
:QPF 5P':""' l5740 Hesperian Blvd.
aes' San Lorenzo, CA 94580
.ii 14815 W3Shil1Qt0n AVENUE SBHUFB Gaskill
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HOME 1415, 357'-9283
Complete Line of Vended 81 Office -
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P. O. Box .321 John W. Bumann
San Lorenzo, CA 94580-0521 Manager'
William Shear ASSOClat6S ll'IC.
Richard C. I-lltchcock
sox use MIII valley, cn saaaa
Grove Way Auto Sales
21515 MISSION Bllld l'lCIyWCll'd A
Open 7 Days
FARIA BROS INC
Open Sundays 10-5
Manuel Faria 519 Manor Blvd.
Frank Faria San Leandro
John Faria Ca. 94579
-f 0 PFGASUS PRODUCTIONS
'4 Pegasus Mobile Light St Sound
DISC Jockey EI1fEPCUll1lilQl1t
Dried 8: Tied
f flowers and Gifts
A l4'l5l 581-8700
Castro Village Shopping Center
' 79- - 20633 Rustic Drive
7 Castro Valley CA 94546
SAN LEANDRO P95-2507
SAN LEANDHO 278 3002
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SAN LORENZO 276-4792
Relgllllig 1985 CdIlF0l'l'lld Sftlte Cl'lClll1lll0l1S
DGCIICCICECI to BKCBIIBIICB In IlClgBlll1tl'y
No 6Xp6l"l9l'lCe I'leC6SSal'Y. COYTIE make FIGW friends learn a NEW
talerlt travel arid COYTIDETG.
openings In Drum and Bel corps Color Guard and Baton Corps
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Th3l1KS f0r all U16 good tim9S. Good IUCK In
whatever YOU b0th UECIUB to d0.
W6'I'9 DTOUG of YOU and WE love YOU.
Unde Ken and HONEY
Lisie Ferreira BUFFY KUYKGIICICIII
lv D IA, a I couldn't have asked for a better sister.
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' Love' for YOU.
Mom and Dad 103
YOU'Ve been 8 SDeCl8l Daft of mY life these DESY
two years we have S0 m3l'IY DfeCl0US memories
to IOOK DBCK OI1. BeSt of lUCK ln the fUtUI'e, CUtle.
l love you!
Nlem0I'leS are made to last 3 llfetlme.
YOU lT1USt have been 3 beautiful DBDY 'cause,
UBDY, look Bt YOU now!
l love YOU ZMBYS,
Congratulations, Steve! Frlday nights were alot
of fun and full of mEm0rleSthat we will always
treesure. we nope that our friendship is never
endmg. Best of luck in your future.
Shawna and Cetelia
YOU'Ve been friends 3 long time. lVl3Y YOUT
fUtUI'eS be filled Wlfrl laU9lItel' and lov and
The CUl'Ie0S gl The N0fOStl'0mS
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C4151 351-0822, 917 Manor Blvd.
San Leandro, Ca. 94579
Bert 8i Sue Vaughn
Kermit 81 Bucky Kerr
Marina Faire Shopping Center mir rr... BUSJ 4415, 2766288
13828 Doolittle Drive "Your Good Neighbor Agent"
San Leandro, CA 94577 'Hmmm
.Fresh Food to Goh JERRY WILLIAMS
'Great Tasting, 'Non-dairy frozen dessert: 'No choles- 7-g?,Lk?:s:r2?gz3g1C:,pping Cemerrr
terolg 'No lactose, Come in for a free sample. "Finest San Lorenzo, California 94580
Herbs and Vitamins Guaranteed Pure" Sandwiches and
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810 81st Ave., Oakland
Ca. 94621 C4153 569-2323
GO ARROYO! CLASS OF '86
130 Ryan Industrial CT. Suite 200
San Ramon, Ca 94583 C4157 820-4911
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North San Leandro San Lorenzo L NAOX
351-3301 481-0114 Q 14153352-1441
South San "ea"d'O 1269 Bockman Road 14950 zeima Street, san Leandro, CA 94579
939 Manor Blvd. Menu G ,L C--
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Van s Bakery
Famous for Decorated Cakes
Fine pastries and Cookies
Old World Specialities
San Lorenzo Village Shopping Center
527 Paseo Grande San Lorenzo CA 94580
CUTS ltr,t WITI-I DESIGN out
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
1348 Bockman Road
San Lorenzo CA 94580
MON.-FRI. 9-6 SAT. 9-4
No Appointments 1415, 276-9609
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3709 Castro Valley Blvd, 18030 Hesperian Blvd.
Castro Valley A CA 94546 San Lorenzo CA 94580
Bob s Union Service
14999 Farnsworth Street
San Leandro California 94579
Calif. Licensed Smog Check - Tune Up
Expert Lubrication - Wheel Alignment
Complete Brake Service - Air Conditioning
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First Baptist Church
14797 Farnsworth San Leandro CA 94579
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 86
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luck and best
WlSl1ES for a Uflght and l1aDDY fUtUl'9 fOI' the
Entire Class of '86.
LOVE to all,
ROO Sf. al1O Linda Shinko
K l'i5ty KUCil1
I'ITl really glad OUI' fI'ieHdShiD H85 held UD, YOU'l'6
8 Qfeal' ffiend afld WE have had SOME F631 good
WE are SO proud of all you've aCCOITIDllSl1Ed and
-WE know that YOU will aCCOmDllSl'I SO much
Dad, lVlOI'l1,aI1Cl Matt
YOU are a fine YOUI19 man. I KI1OW YOU will
OVOTCOITIE all the Qflef in YOUI' llfe and flI'lU
SUCCESS and l1aDDll19SS. WE are proud to l'laVE
YOU as a friend.
ROSE, Hefman, KEVll1, Ken
times. I will cherish the memories. DCIYIEIIE sClSCIki
Love 'ya foreven
Hl, Sweetie! Thanks fOl' Deiflg a Qfeaf friend
GOOU IUCK always
l'IT'l glad that we've been fI'lEI1OS for SO m3HY
YE3l'S. YOU and YOUI' f3mllY have helped me lI'l
ITIZHY rough UITIES. Tl13l'lllS!
I never though I could Iove someone as much as
I love you. I'II never let go because l'II never stop
YOU'V9 8lW3YS OEQI1 3 OEFSOO to IOOK UD YO. Good
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time gone? Good luck In college ZOO all YOUI'
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Still talking on the phone...no WOnd6f'
YOU never QOZ' YOUI' nOn'l6WOl'k done.
C Ongl' atulations! We love you!
Dali Mom, K VftO, Jf.
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Unl'ilnOW. lam SO proud of YOU. lOnlY
WISH YOUI' dad W6l'6 here to S66 YOU.
YOU ha VE been fnefe fl' Om the begin'
ning YOU I' eally know the l'Ul' mean-
Ing of friendship. OUI' ffi9nClSnl'D ls
SOI'n6l'nfng I will always Cn6nSf'I.
OUI' baby KifSfin!
Mom 8 Dad
Thanks for making my high school
years the best they could be. Good
friends are hard to come by, butl was
lucky enough to find the bestl
LOG of love,
COI1gl'8l.'Ul3flOHS, P8Ul. We WlSl7 YOU
all the best in life. We know YOU'll
succeed lf? the fUCUf6.
Dari MOITI, 8 Cindy
AS OUI' fll'St Qfaudafe, we 3l'9 VEVY
proud of YOU afld YOUI' BCCOITI'
Nana, AUl'lfl6, 8 Uf'lCl6 Gal' Y
All of YOU afe mY DSSI' fl'l6f7ClS. Good
luck ln the fUfUl'6. MEY all YOUI'
dI'68mS COIT16 true.
LOVE alwa YS,
You fl1l'66 have made mY Y68l'S at
AITOYO the greatest. Now W6'l'6
finally going to break 8W3Y afld lOOK
fOl' OUI' successful fUl'Uf'6S. Good lUCk,
QHITQ. llOV6 YOU all.
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lf! We love YOU!
MOM 8 Dad
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COhQf3tUl3tlOl'lS and QOOU luck with EV6fYthIhQ.
We finally made it! CBN YOU belleve it? We've
I'88llY made OUf senior YEBI' the OES! if could
belwho CHFES how much UOUDIE W9 got iI'lfO7?
You've made my senior yearthe bestl love you.
COHQFBYUIBUOHS! YOU made lt thl'OU9hf'fOUf
YEBFS of high SChO0l. All that 6ffOff for six Y93I'S
of COlEQ9.l ZITI proud of YOU.
To myu two graduation 'daughtersf you make
us laugh at the things you dotespeclally your
harm. Make the most of your future and
MOI11 Bhd DBO
Ihanks for all the wonderful memories of your
childhood. We love you.
Nlom and Dad
Y O Jeff Spell!
It Seems yesterday YUU Wefe 3 and
starting 5Cl'l00l and tOmOl'f0W YOU'I'9
Qraduatlng. rm Vefv pfolld ofthe flne man YOU
K"i5tY "'Un59n have turned into. l love you, som
COl1QI'3tUl3fl0l'IS, 'PUmDKll1.' W8 BFE S0 proud of
lVl0m and D30
1 Behind are memories of your childhood, ahead
are dreams of your future. We share in both
Nlom, oennig and Shannon
l'm S0 glad that WE'V9 OECOFTIE the best of
fl'lEl1OS fl1lS YEBF! I l1ODE OUT fl'lEfIdSl1lD HEVET
dies! Good luck to lJ0tl1 of YOU ln all YOU UO.
Love 'Y3 lots,
AdVEI'tlSlI1Q 2 5 3
If 3 mptllel' WHS to pI'8Y f0l' 3 peffellt, adorable
baby girl, G0d COUId DIESS her with 'l'm itl' Just
fememllef, lltlfle Une, lt'S DOC QU3l1tllZY, Nafelle,
To 3 Vel'Y SpeCl3l peI'SOI'l. YOU'Ve made US pl'0UCl.
C0l'lQf3tUl3lIl0l15l May the fUtLII'e YOU pUI'SUe
open 3 W0l'lll of SUCCESS 3l'lCl lI3ppll1eSS. OUT
fl'lel1dSl1lp me3l1S 3 l0t to me. Good lUClil
Fl'leI'lC.lS always and f0l'eVel',
YOU'Ve been 3 really Ql'e8lZ friend and YUUHQEI'
SlSfef fp me. Happy Bll'tl'ICl3V. Have 8 happy P'l'l
on Grad Nite.
LOVE' Congratulations! I am very proud of you.
Mom and Jeffv Continue to strive to be the best you can be.
YOU have always been 3 IOY ahh 8 Dle3SUI'e to
YOUF f3lTlllY. we BFE VefY proud of YOU.
M0m Bhd D30
It seems like only yesterday we held you in our
arms We are and always have been very proud
of you. Nlay your future hold for you all you
Mom and Dad
I fememhef when we were little. We'Ve QI'OWh
UD BIFTIOST 85 hf0thefS. A IDI has happened YD
l'.l0th of US SihCe theh. IWIII fememhef YOU fOf 8
f YOU l'h3l'l'Y 8 fat Chllik With fl0Ul'eSCeht
clothes, you die. Have a tasty life.
lt'5 hefep YOUI' l8Sf Ye8l'. SWeel'CheeKS, be 35
bossy ESYDU WeI'e WZY back when. It will QetYDU
fhI'OUQh life. YOUTE l'leVeI' alone, dOl'l't f0l'Qet.
LOVE YOUI' SeCOhCl mOm,
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T0 3 VETY speclal O3UQhtEI'. COHQTZYUIBUOOS.
Hope YOUTE 3I'OLInCl forever. where's ITIY tank
TOFFY and SUE NOFITISI1
COHQTBTUIBYIOHSUJOIO to YOU and mel! I Want
YOU to know that YOU BFE the OESII fflelld
BDYOFIE Can h3V9! DOGSHT U15 SBHUMEMBI
QBFOBQE QFOSS YOU OUV?
Thank YOU fOI' OElI1Q such good frelnds HODE
the good tlmes d0l1't end wlth gI'adUal.'i0I1
6000 IUCK ln the future.
COnQF3fUl3U0l'lS to OUI' flfSf QI'8I1OChlld to
QFBOUBYE. To mY f3V0flf9 HIECO WOO WHS mY
DBDY and QFEW UD to OE 3 Oeit fl'lEl1U.
Bob and Gl'3l'ldm8 Charlotte
Babe, l am so nappy we have shared our love
together. The memurles wlll last a llfetlme ln
my heart May God bless our love. l love you!
COhQl'afUlaflOhS! YOUI' famllY ls VEFY proud of
YOU and YOUF aChl9VEm9I'llIS. AS YOU embark Oh
the fESt of YOUI' life, Femembef YOUI' tEaChlhgS
and close the thOUQht of all thOSE that-love
Thank YOU fOl' these 17 years WE have Sl1aI'EO
with YOU. We aI'E VEFY proud of YOU. Enjoy EVEFY
OaY ffOm lZhlS ClaY fOl'Wa TO.
Grandma and Papa
TO a fabulous foursome WhOI11 I've known for
many YEal'S. l WlSh YOU all the SUCCESS and love
fOI' the fUtUI'E.
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From kindergarten through now as you
graduate, we're proud of you and all you've
achieved. Mostly we're proud of you being just
you. Keep up the good world
Mom, Dad, and Bev
You are a great friend and always will UG. W9
have had a Qfeaftlme which we'II HEVEF f0I'QEf.
Good IUCK in the future.
I-lOVEl'tlSlhQ 2 5 7
l'm glad l got a chance to become good frl9I1OS
with YOU. YOU are SD9Clal to ITIE. Good luck in
EVEfYthlrlQ YOU OO. COhQratUlatlOI1Sl
You're a StUO..h0, olg later.
JON and Jeff
Jeff and JOI1
N9V9r change. 0rllY QFOW richer in the fine
ClUalltl6S of YOUr hatUr6 YOU have h1al1lfEStEO
frOm the bEQlrlI1lI1Q.YOUr father
l'm glad weve OECOITIE better frl9r1dS Good luck
lh college. YOU OCSENE the best COI1'
ThOSE WhO for r8aSOhS of their OWU have rlOt
permitted themselves the ODDOrtUhltYtO know
YOU will 90 OI1 in life having rl'llSSBO a h'IOSt
delightful and faith restoring EXDEHEHCE.
A Prlvileged Father
We h3Ve lots of meITIOI'LeS In OUI' he3ffS and
YOUI' fl'Lel'lOShiDS will always be memorable. Life
couIdn't have QLVEI1 me better fI'iehOS than the
three of YOU!
LOVE and frIEndShip,
We are VeI'Y proud of YOUF 3CCOI'T'lDliShmehtS,
SOO. Good LUCK in the fUfUfe BOO femembel' we
Ed, NIOm, Pat, and Diane
YOU'Ve m3Oe ITIY high school Ye3fS SO SDeO3l!
YOU'Ve Oeefl the greatest fl'ieI1OS 3I1YOl1e could
h0De for. Th3hKS BOO COOQFOLUIBLLOFIS, YOU
HOW could we have QOL LFILO tI'OUOle without
YOU? We COUlOl'l'L'. We OiOl'l'ii have 3 flde! Wake
UD BOO Q0 OBCK to sleep.
Jeff, Jon, LaffY, Bud, Nlelmah
COOQFBLUIBUOOS YOUF fI'LehOShLD has meant 3
lot to me. l'I'TI going to NUS YOU when YOU Q0
batk E3St. Keep in touch and good Iucld
LOVE YOUFLBOOQLE ll,
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C Oflgl' afUial'iOl1S! Good luck in YOUI'
fUl'UfE years. We Io V9 YOU VGFY mUCh!
MOm, Dad, Niclq 8 Af7f1'Mal'i6
UUI' memories will ITEVGI' fade. its DOI'
the C1Ual'lfitY we spend tOg9fi'I6Ij but
the quality of OUI' friendship. I wish
YOU all IUCk in the big WOl'Id ahead
The WOI'ld out fhefe is full of adV6l'7'
l'Ul'6 and waiting to be taken Chafge
of WiShiI'ig YOU the best of lUCk In the
fUl'Uf6 and in everything YOU UO.
its been fun. Here's to waxing the
driveway and bizarre nightsiusually
with a Ki. We both need new expe-
riences for us to think we're happ y.
Lets hope that never changes.
I can't believe we made it. ThankS for
being there all the times I needed
you. Good luCk in everything you do
in the future.
Friends alwa ys,
We'Ve watched YOU gfOW fl'On7
infaI1CY to 3 YOUFIQ adult. Delighting
US with e3Ch step in time. YOU'l' e
beautiful inside and out. We'l'e DFOUCI
of you! Thanks fOl' being 8 gfeal'
MOl'n 8 Dad
COngl'8tUl8tiOnSl You've made iU lt'S
hafd to believe that little sister is all
gfOWn Up. l'm glad we've always been
ClOSe. You have an exciting life ahead
of YOU. Good IUCK.
Our friendship will always mean 8 lot
to me. Keep on dreaming 8nd I' each-
ing fOf those St8l'S.
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Congratulations to our 'Christmas
Carol.' We knew you could do it.
Mom, Dad, Johnn y, Rob, Janet, D3 vid,
Renee, Sophie, and Rachel
So YOU'l'e finally out of high school.
l'm going to miSS YOU. HaVe fun in
COllege and whatever life offers.
Th3nkS for being the kind of SiStel'
YOU afe' the BeSt.
What CaI1 I sav? YOUTE special. I love VOU IOtS.
WEE'I.EE, WOI'CIS could FIEVEI' EXDFESS What OUI'
ffiEhUShID mEahS to ITIE. YOU'fE ITIY IJESt fI'IEhU
and I'm YOUl'S fOl'EVEI' YOUFS. Faithfullv, I love
YOU and I'EmEmDEf, WE'l'E OI'lIV SUODQEI'
TO ITIV ODE and OFIIY child. I wish VOU the DESY of
IUCK and haDDiI'1ESS throughout YOUI' IIfE.
C0hQI'atUIatI0l1S! I love YOU.
WE'VE Shal'EO a lot tOEQhEI' and will continue to
OE best ffIEhOS fOl' a IOI19 timE.
Woords could HEVEI' EXDFESS thE fI'IEI1dShID
WE'VE ShafEO. You will always hold 3 SDECIBI
DIaCE in ITIY hEaf'II and II1 mV IT'lEmOl'IES.
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NIY DUITIDKH1E3f6l', its OEEI1 8 IOTIQ time
DOliShiHQ, DUI you've tUl'I19d 0Ut to OE the
OFIQHTESYIEWEI 3I'OUOd. I love YOU,
Nl3Y all YOUI' dfE3ITlS Cdme tru. W9 wlll love YOU
MOM, PBDB SDOOI1, MiCh39l, Stephen, and
YOU'V9 C0l'I1E 3 IOHQ WBY, Pooh, Bfld YOU did it
YOUI' way! COI1QI'3tUl3ti0nS OO an 0UtSt3I1diI1Q
IOU. Just l'9mEmOEf, WE'l'E HIWZYS hEl'E if YOU
MOITI and Dad
ll I1 C I e 'I' 0 Ili
Thanks for letting me in this picture. l hope I
grow up to be just like you.
TWEIVE YEBTS is an awful l0l1Q tlmE to bEfl'iEl1dS
with SOITIEOHE. WE 'VE DEEI1 tlll'OUQl1 S0 mUCl'l
t0QEfl1EI'. Th3l1KS for all ofthe 2:00 3.fTl. f8lKS!
LOVE and fl'lEl1dSl1lD BMIBYS,
A Dall' like YOU COITIES along ONCE in 3 llfEUmE
and I feel S0 IUCKY.
JOE SOUSCI MICHEIIE lltlffell
we have a lot of memories to treasure. Thanks Thanks for always being there wheneverl need
for being there for me. You'll remain in my someone. You have and always will be special to
heart and soul forever. me. Thanks for all the memories l love you!
if ' ev' O '-
COhQf3tUl8tl0l'lS Oh YOUI' SDECi3l d3Y'l WlSh YOUI'
fathel' wouId've llVEU to share it with YOU,
Mlm, Mlthal, King, and Ed
Thanks for making the pastfive years so special
I hope our future can be iust as good. You're a
big part of my life. i love you.
YOUF little girl-Kim
You WEFE ah angel then, 3l'lO YOU have FIEVET
UlS8DDOll'lted US. HODE YOUI' life lJI'ihQS YOU 35
iTlUCh h3DDil'lE5S 35 YOU have QiV6h US.
lVl0m, Dad, and TOdd
Thanks for being one of the best friends l've
ever had. The memories of the times we've
shared will laSt 3 lifetime.
l'lTl really glad we've QOtt9l'l to Kl'l0W each other
through the YEZTS. YOU'l'EI'E8lSl'JeCl3l3I1d IwlSh
YOU the best iI1 the fUtUI'E.
C0l'lQf3tUl3flOl'IS, belle, YOU made It Thanks fOr
llelflg 3 Qfeat friend.
We finally made lt. Thanks fOr all the whiffle ball
and basketball games. We've had a lot of good
You've been 3 great friend OVeI' the Ye3l'S!
We've Shared 3 lOt of SDeCl3l n1el'nOl'leS. Best of
luck in YOUI' fUlSUl'e, Dall The best is Yet to COl'ne.
Love and Frlenshlp ALWAYS,
WE did lt! Thanks f0I' being such good friends
The years Wltl'IOUf YOU WOUldn't have been as
flln Wlfll0UlI YOU. The best of IUCK 8lW3YS and
fake Cafe, CUZ l Cafe.
LOVe and fTlel'ldSl1lD,
we COUl1t OUT bleSSll'lQS every OBY fOf l13VlI'l9
such 3 l0Vll'lQ SDH. COnQf3tUl3tl0I'lS and ITIBY all
YOUl' dfe3mS COlTle tl'Ue.
llllOn1 and Dad
To the gl'E3t6St SOI1 in the whole WOI'lO. WE T9
VETY proud of YOU. WE wish YOU IOY and
l18DDll1BSS in YOUI' llfe.
Ivlom, Dad, and Tom
COI'lgI'3fUl3tlOfISl Thanks fOl' maklng mY S8l'1l0f
YEBT One ofthe DESK I WONT forget lf. l wish YOU
the best of IUCK in the future. l hope all YOUF
OFEBITIS COITIE UUE.
lVlY lOV9 always,
Th3I1KS fOl' always Oelflg there fOf me. You've
glVEl1 me 8 lOt of good advice from the IOWEI'
bunld YDUTE V6l'Y Special to mE.
COl1gl'3fU8ltlOI'lS BDO love,
Jeflnlfef, YOUI' SlS
C0ngl'3lZUl3tlOI'lS! WE love YOU VEFY lTlUCl1 and
BFE SO DI'OUCl Of YDLL
NlOm, DBO, .lEI'II'IlfEI', AITIY, and GEOl'g9
WE'l'9 SO glad YOU made It and SO VETY proud Of
YOU! Sf3Y 35 sweet 35 YOU BFE, BUD!
lVlOm, Dad, and NllCl1Ell9
We had good tlfneS on the squad. ThanKS f0I' all
Nicole Xl Stacey
To my best fflend, thanks fOr helplng me
fhI'0UQh the rough tlI'neS. l feallY aDDl'eClateEl
the help. Good luck in C0lleQe. I hope YOU get
the best because YOU deSeI'Ve the best
C0nQI'atS to YOU, dear Steve and Mana. YOUI'
folks do Wl5h YOU well. Good lUCK In the fUfUI'e.
Good tln1eS lle ahead. Remember we fhlnk
you're both SWell!
The lVl0SeFS and the wielands
C0nQI'a1ZUla1fl0nS! We are very DTOUU of YOU an
we wish YOU eVeI'Y haDlJlneSS always.
lVl0n1, Jel'I'Y, and Dehhle
T0 a wonderful friend Wh0 haS made mY frst
three YeaI'S of high school fun and eXClfen1ent.
NlaY YOUF life D9 filed with the Same haIJDiI1ESS
ah love YOU hI'0UQhC iht0 OUT lives. we aI'B S0
proud of YOU.
lvlom and Dad
Thifteeh years of EUUCa'fi0I1 and what do we
have? A UlDl0ma. 0hlY four ITIOFE YEal'S, theh
success! REFTIEITIUEI' the game of life, hE Wh0
has the l1lOSt toys, willS!
WE think that you're great and QUUCE a QUY,
EVEN th0UQh YOU fuss ahd DOUC Good luck in
the future. BE Ch9EI'fUl and haDpY OI' else we'll
KICK YOU outl '
YOUI' 'loving' family
We Hnally made lt. l wish you all the joy and
happiness ln the future. You'lI always be special
YOU have blessed DUI' UVES. WE al'E S0 VGFY proud
of YOU ahd YOUI' aCCOmDliShmEI1fS and WlSh YOU
a life full of SUCCESS.
Grandma al1U Gfahdpa
COh9f3tUl3tlOnS! You have made me proud 35
always. I love YOU. REm9l'l1OEI', always let YOUI'
light Shine and YOU will 90 far.
HETE YOU BFE off to Kll'lOGf98I'tEh'YOU'V9 COITIE 2
lOhQ WZY. YOUTE 3fil'IEYOUl1Q ITIBI1 and WE hODE
the fUtUI'9 YEBTS hflhg good health, SUCCESS,
and I'l1UCh h3DDlhESS,
WE IOVE YOU VETY much,
MOITI Bhd DSO
YOU'VE hfOUQht 3 l0t of SUhShlhE lhtO OUI' life.
Thanks for llelhg YOU.
NIOH1 and Dad
All OUI' YEBYS lZOQEthEl' have O96 3 predous UOHO
filled with l3UQhtEI' and t93I"i OUT bond Wlll
h9VEf U9 UFOKBD!
COhQI'3tUl3tlOl1S! WE BFE proud of YOUI' hard
work Bhd Wh3t YOU have 3CCOmDHSh90, but
ITIOSUY WE are DFOUO of YOU.
H3DDil1ESS and love,
Nldm, Dad, Ed, and Sadie
Fl'Om 'ROITIDEI' ROOITI' thl'OUQh hlgh school,
you've ITIBOE US VEFY proud of YOU. The fUtUI'E is
YOUI'S to COl1QUEI'. NIBY it be 85 flCh Bhd
WE IOVE YOU,
IVIOITI and DOO
we've been through so much together, from
the good times to the bad. You've always been
there for me to help in any way or to DYOYGCY
me fl'OITl ITIY fears Thank you!
Advertising 2 71
AAA Drapery 251
ADEEVETT, Cindy 166
Abney, Jule 130
Academlcs 98, 99
Il cappella 106, 107
Aceituno, Mynor 154
Achllle Laura 31
Acosta, Marlo 166
Actlvltles 6, 1
School Board 100, 101
IIUIIIIIIIGX 200, 201
Agness, shane 154
Agrela, oonavan 9,166
Agrela, Ryan 9, 190
Aguiar, Carrie 154
Agular, Danny 178
Aguila. Lenette 154
Agullar, Elaine 178
Aguilera, Becky 166
Aguilera, Marlo 178
Aguirre, Robert 166
Alamlllo, Patrick 190
Albanco, Khristy 166
Albert Girls 17B
Albright, Gregg 166
Album 120, 121
Aidan Peter 107
Alemelehu, Saba 178
Alexander, Eddie 166
All-Amerlcan cycle 238
Alonzo, Annette 190
Alonzo, Robbie 154
Alsuo, Chlo 154
Alves, Jesse 154
Alves, Teresa 166
Alyea, David 166
Amarai, Amy 19, 106, 166
Amaral, Ramona 130, 232
Amaral, Tony 178
Amaro, Shannon 64, 154
Amerlo Drugs 238
Ames, Steve 178
Anderson, Bill 130, 213, 242 1'
Anderson, Brent 48, 154
Anderson, Gene 190
Anderson, krlstena 106, 16,6
,V ,1.,,,,x rr' W ..,, ,M r,, 5 N
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Anderson, larry 17B
Anderson, Ron 51, 109, 122
Anderson, Scott 190
Anderson, Sharon 9, 17B
Anderson, Tania 19, 154
Angotti, Mike 130, 271
Anguiano, Hortenda 156
Aniasco, Tony 9, 11, 23, 25, 52 69,116,117,130,
202, 243, 268.
AnnaStaS, Jim 17B
Annastas, Mike 166
Aquino, Marla 104
Aragaon, Tammy 154
Aranda, Marcy 34, 35, 154
Aranda, Vic 178
Archuletta, Jon 166
Armstrong, Nlichelle 154
Armstrong, Sean 42, 68, 69, 130, 224
Arnold, Jay 190
Arrona, Jullssa 190
Arroyo, Armando 130
Arroyan 104, 105
Askew, Pamela 8, 154
Askew, Rhonda 102, 104,130, 204, 236, 243, 248,
249, 258, 270
Atherton, Jason 106, 190
Attolini, Cindy 165
ALl5lTlllS, BET1 156
Avila, sandra 190
Alliles, Glen 11, 69, 166
Ayub, Fred 116
Ayub, Naim 154
Back -t0-SCh00l Nlght 14,
Badlllllltah 94, 95
Baez, Valerie 154
Bahr, Rene 154
Baker, Dale 178
Balentine, Kevin 166
Ball, Patrlda 190
Ballardo, lisa 154
Ballenger, Dawn 178
Balthasar, Bryan 154
Bambrough, Jim 166
Bankhead, Joy 118
Banks, Johna 130, 202, 229
Baotista, Julie 166
Barajas, Siivla 154
BBTDEIQ Jennifer 190
Bargagliotti, Louise 117
B3TQ8QliDCKl, Maniin 117
Bargag liotti, Vicki 34, 35, 116, 117,154
Bargewel, Chery1 19, 154
Barnard, Aimee 166
Barrelho, Michelle 166
Barros, Cindy 64, 65, 130, 224, 269, 270
Barros, Marylou 13
Barros, stacle 8,190
Baseball 86, 81
Boys' varsity 12, 13
Donkey 40, 41
GIIIS' 16, 71
Battagia, Robert 178
Battagia, Michelle 154
Bauer, Alida 166
Bauer, Del 154
Baxter, Jim 178
Bean, Annette 154
Beauty TIPS 220
Becerra, Christine 130, 155, 209, 258
Bedcer, kim 178
Beckerlng, Thomas 130
BEQQS Christine 130, 249
Beggs Debbie 166
BElKl13D, Margerie 166
Bell Annette 178
Bellison, Joel 154
Benll's Bakery 246
Beniumea, Seana 107,190
Benl, Stott 154
Berla, Ann 190
Berlau, Jack 178
Bermudel, Vince 154
Berndt, Carl 104, 130, 213, 236
Berry Graphix 219
Berry, karma 166
Berry, Kyle 178
Berry, Robert 74, 104, 114,154
Berryhill, Doug 166
Bertaud, Amy 107,130
Bertaud, Cosette 166
Bertaud, Matt 107,178
Bhattacharya, Jay 178
Billings, Mil 122
simrose, sharon 67, 166
Bird, Dawn 178
Bird, Kim 63,166
Blrdsong, Anthony 190
Bishop, Brian 170
Bisrl0D. Damon 8, 18, 19, 155
Bissell, wctoria 122
Biornson, Mark 166
BIBCK, Dah 155
Blackford, John 166
Biackwell, Kevin 190
Biank, oanny 178
Bias, Lynn 178
Bias, Roman 155
Blasdel, Steve 111, 190
Blea, Jannie 62 130, 244
Blea, Matt 9, 190
Blick Steven 130
Block A 114, 115
Blom, Ed 77,122
Blue Angels 239
Boh's unlon servlce 243
Bockman Drugs 246
Bockman, lnckl 178
Bolinger,Aaron 43, 178
Bolschweiler, Allen 17B
Bononcini, Jennifer 178
Bondndni, Kim 155
Boots, Chris 178
Boroes, Chris 155
Borges Shelley1o, 23, 25, 46, 104, 155,165
Bosl, Shelly 155
Boullngny, Rochelle 130, 243, 258
Bowen, Josh 166
Bowen, Julie 69,179
Bowers, Kristen 179
Bowman, Carl 190
Boys'!Glrls' State 46, 47
Bozeman, Chris 190
Brady, Jeff 12, 69, 131,255
Branca, John 166
Branch, Janine 166
Breilein, Brenda 155
Breyhan, Larry 76, 79, 129, 131, 257
Brldes '11 Belles 224
Bfiesch, Robert 155
Brioos, Jeff 111, 190
Briggs, Kevin 74,111, 167
Briggs, Stacey 131, 232
Brlnkman Jewelers 250
Brockman, Theodore 107, 190
Wilillli, Janine 75
Hose, Deanna 167
Brosnan, Jason 131, 242, 266, 270
Brosnan, Vittoria 179
Brouillette, Mel 122
Bfouillette, Renee 190
Brown, Aaron 155
Brown, Christopher 190
Brown, Elisabeth 190
Brown, Mark 179
Brown, Marla 106,190
Brown, Michelle 106,155
Brown, Ray 190
Brown, Tiffany 25,179
Browhfleld, Todd DDS
Brumback, Paula 179
Bryngleson, Jason 190
Brynner, vul 31
Buchanan, Heather 191
Buchanan, Trudle 179
Bueho, Jon 131
Bueno, Michelle 106, 167
Buly, Esperanza 132
Buly, Marco 155
Bumann, Kathy 118, 119
Bumgarner, Jon 132 253
Bunker, Julie 22,179
Bunker, sheley 23, 25, 155, 165
Bunsness, kevin 132
Burnett, Keith 84, 85,122
Buroughs, Dari 179
Bush, Pam 132
Bussell, Dana 179
Bussell, Darlene1,ZB,1B8, 169
i1'4lf2r-J-:Q nit ,
Butler, Christine 106, 190
Butler, Colleen 116,167, 174, 175
Butler, Shannon 179
Bybee, Tonia 132
Byboth, Norman 133
Cabral, Brenda 191
Cabrai, Dawn 155
Caoral, Paul 133
Cabreias, Catherine 191
Cabreias, Jennifer 191
Cabreana, Don 179
Cabreana, Steve 69, 133
Cadiz, Marla 133
Callfornla cuts 243
Callahan Insurance 222
Calvary Lutheran church
Camara, Renee 167
Camnra, Dean 167
Camcam, Valerie 119
Camezon, Mary 122
Camozzl Carpets 221
Campbell, Donald 155
Campos Dora 133
Candy Factory 230
Cannon, sharon 122
Caranta, Cathy 179
Carlene's Custom shlrts
Carli, Darlene 167
Carlson, Bill 155
Carney, John 167
Carpenter, Mara 155
Carrasco, Anthony 167
Carrasco, Jerry 191
Carrasco, Jim 155
Carrasco, Joel 191
Carreira, Mike 179
Carrera, india 67, 179
Carson, Dale 153
Carson, Travis 111
Carter, Dennis 174
Cartmell, Lisa 155
Case, Alan 133
Case, Christine 167
Case, Daryl 191
Casey, Lisa 155
Casson, Frank 122
Castillo, Christina 107, 191
Castro, Derrick 155
Castro, Kim 179
Castro, Stacy 167
Castro Valley Pet Shop
Cataho, David 155
Catlow, Chris 179
Caurield Jamie 133
Caughran, kathy 119
Cavaz, llsa 155
Cave, John 155
Century 21 Realty 219
Ceramlc 1'lIe Store 214
Chamoless, ken 133
Chambless, Mike 191
Chambless Class 219
Chapin, Charlie 167
Charlebolx, Tony 191
Chaves, sue 167
Chavel Dana 179
UTBVEZ, Tony 155
Chen, Christina 116,155
Chen, Eugene 179
Che!! Club 110, 111
Cheung, Thomas 116
Cnilianis, Bill 179
Chillan is, Mark 133
Chirnoky, Donald 191
Chin, Andrew 133
Chin, Anthony 179
Chin, Krissy 191
Chin, sabrina 155
Chiovare, Julie 191
Chan, Jeanne 191
Chang, Andy 155
Chang, L53 133
Chang, Thomas 16'
Cl1o, Bobby 179
Cho, Ricky 74, 133,144,236
ciarfagiin, Mike 133, 242, 248
cirimeie, Mary 167
dark, Doris 13
dark, James 110, 122
dark, Kim 133, 264, 265
dark, Ron 133, 213, 236
class councils 52, 53
classlfled staff 118, 119
oavereili, cnc 179
ciayson kristen 18, 19, 34, 156
Clegg, Robert 134
oement, Heidi 191
close-out 216, 271
close-up 112, 113
clowser, Michelle 179
Conn, Alpert 179
coca cola 218
cody, Marci 19, 134
Cohen, Danielle 191
coker, ent 156
cole, Andy 167
COIOIIIDO Bakery 234
comps onoy 63,107,100
Combs,Marcus107, 179, 180, 183
combs Ryan 12, 134, 203, 204, 242
concert los, 107
COHUE, Jocelyn 156
Connell, Patricia 180
Connell, wendy 134, 256
coomns, nan 43, 69, 72,134, 210
CDODQF, Brian 191
Cooper, Jennifer 191
154, 2 54, 255
HOUSE R9Sf8Ul'80t 246
DOY 50, 51
Jill 25, 24, 2 5, 156, 165
April 154, 249
154, 205, 242
Amy 154, 245
COUIICYY 74, 15
ROChelle 22,25,25,100,116, 117, 156
Mitnelle 67, 156
Monica 67, 180
avld 11, 69, 154, 240, 266
, Christina 55, 180
urler Lyn 156
EVEHYS so, 31
Curry, Kristine 9, 168
CUSCOIII P01020 LCD 214
Gllttefldge, A0991 168
Dabner, sunny se, 1611
oaiey, nm 1ss
Debbie 168 177
Dakbsa, Jose 180
DaROU1e, Mike 156
DaR0uZe, Sandy 168
D'Au9elll Mike 122
ughtrey 'S 221
David, 8enlamln 191
David, Ken 168
Faye 118, 119
Day, Rdbbie 192
Day, Rbdney 168
DeBEttEOCDUl't, C0llStl0E 158
DeB0ne, Mithelle 154
DeBDne, Mike 168
Deeker, Kim 168
Dedter, David 154
y0s, Bobby 69, 72, 156
YDS, Junlbr 45, 68, 69, 154, 242, 245
oe Jager, Jeitle 156
C011 SCPUCCIOII 2 31
DelGuidice, Wendy 192
Dell Ivlla 221
DeLima, Dan 134
Delo, Ryan 192
Deluca Dorian 180
Delzer, David 192
DeMarco, Kelty 104, 221, 258
DeMarto, Paul 168
DeMelIo, Eric 168
DeMell0, Kevin 155, 220, 221
Demers, Christine 106, 155
Dennis, Lori 168
oenny, Christian 167
Densmore, Boi: 180
oensmore, Stacy 156
Denton, Cheryl 156
Deo, Sohinla 155
Derieg, Jennifer 180
Derleg, Joanne 9, 52, 155, 240, 256, 265, 266, 267
Desa, Wendy 107, 180
oezotte, Dyan 22
Dezotte, Kathy 22, 25, 180
oezotte, Kathy 118
Dezotte, Kristy22,23,116, 154, 156
Dias, usa 168
Diaz, Becky 155
Dinh, Mal 116,155
Disther, Jason 168
Dixon, Brett 18, 19, 180
Dohry, Irina 192
Dodson, Leesa 107,192
Dodson, Richard 168
Dolin, Kirk 180
Domlno's Plzza 242
Dorman, Rebecca 107,192
Dorn Ronald 168
Dorsey, Jlm 156
oossantos, Christina 135
Douwes, Carmen 107, 192
Douwes, Scott 168
Dovigi, Glenda 114, 157
Drake, Gail 122
Drake, Shanndn 157
Drled and 'fled 239
Driscoll, Debbie 168
Driscoll, Shelli 192
Druppal, Carrie 105, 155, 221
Duarte, Nldc 192
Duarte, Paul 192
Duarte, stephanie 155
Duffy, Neil 180
oullam, Ken 1130
ounawav, Hugh 192
Dunbar, Susan 157
Dunn, Barbara 122
Dunohy, george 122
Dunster, Kelli 19, 168
Dupree, Billy 192
Durnlng, Brock 157
Diltfa, Mike 168
Dutrleux, Fred 168
Dwyer, Pabl0107, 192
Dyer, Dean 168
Dzura, John 192
Eagles, Margaret 180
Eagles, Peggy 107, 111
Ebner, Gary 136
Ecinnger, onay 249
Ecklnger, Paul 136
Ed Chovanes Ford 221
Edelman, Derrick 136
Edelman, Mark 168
Edwards, Bryan 136
Edwards, Jennifer 43, 65, 157
Edwards, lisa 157
Edwards, Michelle 180
Edwards, Susan 64, 114, 156
Ehmke, Chris 156, 242
Enmke, Stephanie 168
Eghmy, Lisa 192
Elghth Grade 190-199
Elghth Grade SDOYCS 96,
EBITI, Jason 181
Benes, Mario 168
Benes, Saida 157
Ellldff ClIll'0l3l'UCtlC 214
Emery, Brian 192
Emery, William 74, 75, 157
Eligllsh Depdfflllenf 102,
sngirsn, Diane 156
epnerson Cindy sa, ss, 156, zos
enpersnn steven 115, 168
Erika, nnrene 168
Ericksen, Kll'5TEO 136, 229, zaa, zse
snusen, oenoran 107, 192
Escorcio, M308 156
Etringer, rode 69,157
evans Julie 181
eventt Pat 122
FairleS, Mike 157
Full Play 18, 19
Fa0l3lEtt, STEVE 181
Famlly Fltness Center
Fan, Tony 116, 192
Fanene, Nabla 181
Fann, Geraldine 168
Farla, Carmen 156
,la0880 1 57
Fark! Brothers l1CfdlNGl'e
Fari0lN, Jeff 192
Fd5hl0I'l Show 42, 43
Fashlnell, TOITI 8, 9, 11, 25, 25, 69, 114, 264, 268
Faulkner, Susan 68
Fearon Steven 136
Fehrman, Lisa 156, 232
Felltiand, Gene 169
Felitiand, Judy 169
Fernandez, Jon 181
Fernandez, Jonathan 181
Fernane, Michelle 192
Ferrantino, Jeff 157
Ferreira, Llsie 55, 116, 209, 256, 257
Ferreira, Mark 192
Ferreira, Melinda 122
Ferreira, Sandy 15
Flghmy, Rltnard 157
Figueroa, Antonia 181
Figueroa, Severlno 181
Finato, Crystal 169
Flne Arts Department
Fl!!! Bdpflsl Cl1Ul'Ch 243
Fisher, Danny 192
Fisher, Gerry 125
Fltlqerald, Brlan 107,192
Flanders, Jeanne 118, 168
Floresta Cleaners 238
Fiores Andrea 192
notes Anna 157
Flores David 136
Fl0reZ, Lisa 102, 156
Fl0WerS, Mlthael 102, 156, 215
Flowers For All Seasons
Fogelson, Faneicia 157
Fogg, Suzanne 125
:rash-soph 1o, 11
varsity ss, 69
rorsnerg,oenn1e 9, 29, 25,116,181
FOWlEl', 'lli0 192
Frates, iwtneile 136
FFBTES, Stafy 181
Fl'80l80l, Shane 181
FI'E09l'lClCS00, U53 252
rrertas, Dwayne 181
rreitas, Renee 192
Freshmen 1 78-189
Full 'rv ass
ruimer, Paul 181
FUl'ldl'Cll5el'S 44, 45
Funke, Jeff 195
Funke, Mike 157
Garibaldi, Al 157
Galas, Sherry 195
Gallardo, veronica 107, 157
Galli, Ann 157
Gabay, Jennifer 157
Garces, Tony 181
Garcia, Catherine 181
Garcia, laiuana 195
Garcia, vincem 193
Gardner, Paul 21, 157, 209, 245
Garland, Mike 195
Garland, Rita 157
Garner, Dennis 181
Garnett, Lee 19, 169
Garnett, Raymond 157
Gaylor, Lasena 169
Galianb, Jbe 109, 125
Gee, Kathy 169
GelCk, Chantelle 157
Gentile, Bridget 169
Gerlnvin, Mithael 181
Gerrity, Melanie 137
Gerrity, Tiffany 157
Ghirardeli, Melissa 181
Cibsdn, Jennifer 107, 169
Cill, Tiffany 169
Gil, Tami 195
Cilligan, Ulerise 181, 185
Gire, Gene 125
Clbsdn, Jullssa 8, 157
Goetzlnger, Diana 158
Gbnlke, Becky 54
Gbld Jennifer 195
comes, Dennis 169
Gomes, Theresa 158, 225, 249
Gonsalves, Sherry 158
,Wendy 158, 245, 252
Margaret 158, 258, 245
Mlthelle 54, 126, 158
Tdm 158, 208, 265
Gorringer, Tammy 1,95
G0rsuCh, Llsa 158
Gbuld, Christine 22, 181
Graf, Chris 181
Graf, Stephen 158
Gragg,Danlelle11, 22, 25, 25, 158
Gragg, oarcella 25, 25, 67, 169
Green, candy 169
Green, Jennifer 8, 158
Green, Kelly 158, 225
Greenhaum, Jerry 111, 175
Greene, Richard 181
Greenhill, James 195
Gregory, Evelyn 138
6reQ0ry, Jane 45, 116, 195
Gregdry, Jennifer 9,19, 25, 25,116, 154,155,158
Gregory, Tami 182
Grewal, 5UKWOaI1t 158
Grlffen, Jeremy 193
Grlffen, Patricia 100
Griggs, Candate 65, 195
Grove Way Auto Repalr
Grbss, Chrlstlna 182
Guardias, Cherie 8, 158
Gunn, Debbie 169
Gunn, Matt 182
Gunn, Mitnelle 169
Gunn, Tammie 182
Gusman, Shane 158, 204, 212
Gutlerrel, Albert 195
0Utl8l'l'EZ, Elizabeth 105, 182
GUtlEl'l'EZ, EV3 158
Glltierrel, Vblanda 105,107, 116, 195
Harris, Lance 74, 75, 106, 159, 265
Harrison, Gina 182
Harrison, kim 139
Harshrnan, Heidi 182
Hart, ROn 125
Harthway, CnuCk 182
Hartbnd, Sandra 116, 182
Hartwig, Stacy 159
Hartwig, steve 170
Haskins, Jeff 159
Hatther, Rick 158
Hayes, Kellie 170
Hayley, Donna 182
Hayward, Dennis 170
Heath, karen 158
Heath, Monica 170
Hedemark Kari 170
Heitl, Tina 104, 159
Hemenway, Laureana 74, 75
Hemenway, Mltthell 139
Hemenway, Sharon 118
Henares, Denise 193
HendriCkS, Pamela 159, 211, 225
Hendricks, Sherry 107, 158
Hadley, James 182
Hagerty, Cbletta 118
l0d8X 2 1
Haley, Donna 67
Hallerc Steven 170
HallStr0m, Denise 193
KOClleSJefQer, lynn 183
K0lll1Skl, Donald 68, 69, 159
Lilama, l0rl'le 74, 75, 171
Lloyd, Richard 104,125, 201
Hampton, Wendy 13, 104, 138, 263
Handley, Rldlard 182
Hahlllns, Kelly 182
lflanKll'lS, Kim 107, 193
H8llSen, Ben 138
HanSen, leSSlca 193
Hanson, Edde 111,158
Hansen KriStlne 138, 252
Hardy, D3fl'erl 182
Hare, Brian 72, 138, 233, 266
Harlan, Richard 139
Harper, Ernest 10, 107, 158
Harrell, Car0l 13
Harrell, Michelle 84, 139, 240, 256, 254, 265, 266
HarrlS, AlllS0n 158
Harris, Barbara 182
HendrlclG0n, Dalvna 19, 158
Henry, Cathy 182
Henry, LlSa 158
Herhdldt, Randi 18 19, 158
Hermann Natdle 193
Hermann Paul 158
Hernandel, Alffedd 170
HeI'll8l1091, Belinda 170
Hernandel, Bertha 170
Hefnalldel, Karyn 182
Hel'n8n08Z, Rlldy 139
Hickey, Jim 158, 242
HicKS, Eric 158
Jackson Ken 70, 170
Jackson Terri 159
Jacobs, Judy 183
Jacobsen, Jeff 170
Jacobsen, Steve 185
Jacoby, Jennifer 182
Jacoby, Jonathan 9, 45, 155, 159
Jacoby, Julie 182
Jaeger Orthodontlcs 231
Janik, Stacey 194
Jaramlllo, Tammy 170
Jarata, Mana 66, 67, 170
Jarata, Oliver 194
Jarman, Rev. Ginger 55
Jarman, Tddd 170
Jarrett, Ron 170
Jasso, Eduardo 182
.lazz Band 106, 101
.IC Vlrlght, OD 246
Jensen Robert 170
Jeong, cvnrnia 34, 74, 75, 114, 140, 206, 249
Jeong, steven 140
Jew, Brian 159
Jew, Walter 194
Jiminez, Richard 170
Johanson, cllnt 194
Kosklnen, Ka 170
Kossback Hermann 105, 195
Kral,iDe Anna 171
Kremer, Kristen 185
Kriksciun, John 159
Kriooena, Michele 159
Krogh, Jeff 141
Kroqh, Scott 171
Kryder, Paul 125
Kucin, KrISty 59, 104, 141, 204, 212, 244, 254
Kurtl christy 159
Kllr1aWSKi, Rhonda 106, 141
KlJrZaWSlll, Tara 18,151,183
Kuschel, Stacey 183
Kuykehdall, Buff 34, 35102, 141, 203, 240, 257,
Kuykendall, Jillian 195
Kwak, Susan 195
Kwan, Richard 159
Kwan, Vickie 171
KWDHQ, Jimmy 185
Kwong Thomas 195
LaC0mE, Robert 141
LaC0me, Virginia 159
Ladlatbry, Amanda 183
Loaiza, Alberto 195
Loaiza, Pedro 172
Loaiza, Rudy 160
Loar, Lori 142
Loder, chanes 184
Loder, Tracey 106, 172
Long, Melissa 160
L00h, Verbhlfa 12, 142
. Christina 142
Melanie 142, 203, 209,
LUDGZ, R0n 184
LODPZ, Roxanne 184
lDV8, Bennie 195
LDVE, C8l'll'l8 55
Lovell, Laurie 106, 172
LOWE, Shrlee 184
Loyola, MaryAnn 16, 142, 205
lUCer0, Gene 160
Ludwig, chris 184
Luevano, Andy 160
LLliS, Sam 172
Llllan, James 184
Lum, Daryl 142
lum, Darlene 64, 65, 106,107,
Lum, David 184
Hllder, Debbie 19, 182
Hilder, Troy 158
Hll, James 170
Hill, Rosa 158
Himango, Debbie 140, 232
Hitchcock, Bob 125
HltChCOCK, Robbie 10, 25, 25, 104, 158
Hoag, Mitchell 125
Hobbs, Tami 140
Hobln Kristin 182
Hoeber, Kelley 170
Hoffman, Eddie 182
Hoffman, Matt 158
Holiday Brldal 222
Holiman David 195
Hollinger, Steve 182
Holmes, Greg 140
Holton, Jeff 195
IIOIIIECOIIIIIIQ 3, 9, 10, 11
Home Economlcs Depart-
ment 108, 109
Homen, Shauna 158
IIDIIOI' Dlly 31
ll0DDll'lQ, M3l'l2n 125
HOSIan, RI.lth1D7, 193
Hdllg, Cheryl 170
HDUSe, Cindy 23, 24, 25, 158, 165
HUUSIUH, Alldrey 170
H0ve, Erlk104, 140
HUW8l'd, Chl'iS 170
Hdvvd, Paul 69, 140
Howell, 5UZ8l1l'le 158
Hubbard, Tiffany 193, 18
HudS0n, ROCK 31
Hughey, Randy 107. 193
Huilar, Marcus 10, 23, 25, 158
HUlSelT'l8l'l, JEBH 118
Hulsman, Kathy 182
HUrT1eS, Hilbert 170
Hunt, Jack 16, 23, 100, 125
Hllllt, lehfllfef 159
Hunter, Kevin 182
Huhllller, Chllsdha 194
Hlltthlnson, David 23, 25, 140, 268
Ialoa, llSa 159
llldlllfflul Aff! Depnff'
lllellf IDB, 109
lh9EDl'EfS0n, R00 59, 140, 244
Innocerlll, Jll 194
Il1fel'l1Clfl0l'llll Clllb 114, 115
lsola, LEUYB 159
2 7 index
Johanson, Dayna 13, 74, 140,263
Johnson, Alex 182
Johnson, Greg 170
Johnson, Julie 183
Johnson, Marie 118, 119
Johnson, Tina 185
Jollvette, Michelle 50, 141, 249
Jones Cathy 194
Jones David 159
Jones, Jodie 183
Jones Pamela 159
Jones Susie 67, 183
Jones, Tracy 170
Jordan, Albert 125
Judklns, Terry 170
Jung, Corey 185
Kahn, Daniel 23, 25, 102, 116, 117, 258, 268, 270
Kahn, Tim 70, 183
Kalarna, Clleryle 194
Kang, C-ella 194
Ka0nClhi, Kathy 194
Katauskas, Michael 183
Kelley, Debbie 159
Kellogs llarlety 222
Kellogg, Erik 114, 115, 183
Kellogg, Norman 141
Kelsey, Stacy 170
Kemo, Aaron 170
Kenkel, Lisa 170
Kennedy, Rebecca 107,183
Kennedy, Matt 109, 194
Kenyon, chnstina 194
Keown, Diana 159
Kerr, Laurie 141
Kesten, Stephanie 43, 170
Klhaho, Kristie 183
Kller, Michelle 170
KllDdtl'lCK'5 Blilkefy 238
Klm, Daniel 159
klmmlch Martha 125, 127
ldnder, Ed 53,185
Kinder, Sandy 194
ldnsey, Troy 194
Kirby, Donald 183
ldrby, Pat 141
Idrk, Eilabeth 170
Klang, Jason 183
Klang, Shannon 141
Klein, Heidi 159
Klement, Chris 195
Klegman, Shannon 23, 25,104, 159
Klegman, Michelle 195
Klinclr, Karin 183
Kneooers, Jerry 170 '
Knlllht, Deborah 43, 67, 125
KrllDDEl, Nathaie 170
Kllullfer, Heidi 170
Knulllfer, Rick 141, 220, 221
Lafabregue, Jeff 171
Laffargue, vincent 195
LaFleur, Gary 69, 104, 141, 244,255
LaFleur, Greg 171
LaGrace, Janeen 84, 183
Laines, carmen 185
Lam, Socheat 171
Lam, Socheata 183
Lam, Sothy 183
LaMantia, Ed 125
Lamar, carne 171
Lamb, Leslie 183
Lambeth, Jason 183
Lamelra, Lori 185
Landry, Ry 195
Lane, Melissa 159
Langendorf Bakerles 223
LaRoSa, carlita 141
LaRosa, conraoo 185
Larson, Eric 159
Larson, Kim 195
Larson, Troy 159
Laszlo, Marianne 12, 34, 55, 141
Lawrence, James 171
Laxamana, Jennifer 184
Lazaro, olff 184
Leadefihlp 116, 117
Leal, Jeston 195
Leoer, Lance 195
Ledda, Scott 184
Lee, Angela 184
Lee, cathy 171
Lee, Jennifer 184
Lee, John 195
Lee, Judy 171
Lee, Tina 184
Leigh, Jenine 67, 184
Lena, Manuel 171
Leogrande, Annette 184
Leon, Millie 107, 195
Leone, christina 8, 107, 184
Leone, John 184
Leopoldo, Michelle 142
Leoal, Kyle 20
Leung, GYGQ 159
Levin, Myron 50, 51, 100,125
Levy, chris 177
Lellllelllng Florlsti 243
Lewis, craig 106, 142, 268
Lewis, Diana 102, 142, 213
Lewis, JoAnn 184
Lewis, Karl 195
Lewis, Kevin 195
Lewis Rents 238
Lewis, Rhonda 171, 177
Lewis, Ron 195
Lim, Berta 167,171
Lin, Al 116, 171
lin, Kwan 116.171
Lin, Marcus 195
Llnder, MD 214
Linschoten, Lorin 184
unscnoten, Michael 142
Lisondra, Angell 116
Lisondra, Angelo 159
Llvesay, Jess 171
Livesay, Tracy 160
Lumley, Julie 23, 25, 160
Lunardi, Stacy 195
Lllheh Ralllel 56, 57
Lung, Toby 172
Luir, Pamela 125
Lyaa, Alicia 172
Lyncn, lakita 195
lynCh, Tanya isa
Lvncn, nary 195
lymn, Michelle 184
Lyon, Jann 172
Lytle, scorr 172
Maas, Wendy 160
Macaoee, June 114, 125
Macaoagal, Rey 172
Maceda, Luisa 160
Macedone, Janet 19, 172
Macedone, Jim 184
Mac Cowan, Heather 108, 195
Macciowan Sean 104, 145, 242, 255
Macnaao, Joni 160
MachllteS, T0ny 125
Madei'DS, Collette 143
Mahony, Todd 184
Malollnl, Shawna 184
Mallor, Ruth 195
Malone, Janine 160
Malveda, Michael 195
Mamorrlo, Jackl 85, 165
Manalisay, James 143, 254
Mangin, Shannon 143
Mangin, Tom 172
Manning, James 195
Manor Floral 242
Maramonte, Antonio 21, 172
Maramonte, Lucia 105, 184
Mark, Daniel 45, 160
Marbles, Car0l 145, 225
Marbles, Peter 195
Marques, Lina 195
Marques, Tony 195
Marquez, Angelito 172
Marquez, carmelette 160
Marquez, Mercy 195
Marroquin, David 185
Marroquin, Tina 160
Marshall, Brandon 21
Marshall, caroivn 118
Marshall, Frank 19, 172
Marshall, Kathy 160
Marshall, Kelly 115,160
Marshall, Terry 172
Marshall, rracv 195
Martin, Ricky 172
Martin, Scott 195
Martinez, Leonard 185
Martinez, Lori 160
Martinez, Mike 8, 160
Martinez, Monica 195
Martinez, Tersa 185
Maschal, Brandon 172
Massey, Mike 160
Massey, Todd 143
Matarazza, Laurie 118
Matarazza, RalDh 109, 195
Mateklc, Sandy 54, 35, 62, 63, 143
MUCH Depllfflllellf 110, 111
Mavon, Jeff 20
Maxon, Mark 145
Maxwell, Janet 160
Mayes, Shonna 195
Mayor, Jose 195
Mayor, Sarah 185
Mays, Eflka 195
Mazer, James 1 B5
McAuliffe, Christa 51
McClelland, Sheldon 145
McCollum, Teresa 64, 172
MCDllltt, David 172
McDivitt, David 172
McGill, laura 46, 172
McGuire, Nancy 160
McJunkln, Mikelin 145
McKenna, Scott 185
McMahon, Jeff 185
McMidrIe, Greg 160
McMid1le, Loretta 195
McNamara, Tom 126
Mcllliel, Vince 145, 260
Means, Adrienne 185
Means, Greg 145
Medeiros Bryan 172
Medeiros stacy 25, 25, 55, 104, 116, 160
Medeiros, steve 217
Medina, Bertha 195
Medina, Freddy 185
Medina, Rarluel 185
Meeks, llfichelle 195
Megia, Amy 145, 224, 225
Merier, Marcel 145, 207
Meinberg, oeanne 64,172
Melnberg, Julie 160
Meitz, Rich 69
Melin, Bonnie 185
Mello, J 172
Melody Cleaners 211
Mendenhall, Brian 185
Mendenhall, Guy 160
Mendenhall, Stacy 145
Mendenhall, Tina 160
lVlEI109Z, Tresa 185
Nlendlala, Angie 165
M9n00la, ElEna 160
MEn00Za, Kafen 160
Merz, Chas 195
Metcalf, Jerry 74, 75, 126
Metz, cheryl 46, 112
Michaelis, brad 106, 101, 172
Mick, cassady 165
Mlnaias, Karla 195
nvunauy cleaners 222
Steve 42, 126
Milllllln, casey 195
Milli, Beth 185
Mlhdml FIOWEPS 230
Mlntdn, Gavin 19,161
Mintdn, larry 111, 196
lVllran'l0ntE, T0l1y106, 107
MNitChell, Frank 172
Mitchell, Mike 196
Mitry, Nahedra 161
MIXEU CIIOII' 105, 101
Mdal, Lena 161
Moffat, Fred 196
Moffat, Matt 196
Mohr, Grant 172
Mohr, Janlce107, 185
M0ld0Van, Ed 161
Mdlelrd, Joey 185
Molina, Mdnlta 161
lVlUl'll1, lVlal'C0 172
M0nlZ, SU5l9 144
M0nr0e, Patrick 69, 144, 258
Mdntalvd, Nitdle 64, 161
Montalvo, Ddrinda 161
M0ntalV0, Jdey 172
lVl0ntEllU, Randy 196
Nl0nt9lTlay0f, Glen 196
M0nter0, Laura 107, 185
Mdntel, Jason 172
MlJntQ0l'n9l'y, Melani? 161
Mdntdya, Brian 196
Montoya, Jayme 185
M0nt0ya, J0e 172
Mdntdyer, Brian 111
lVl0fal9S, Manuel 144
Nl0l'9n0, Erika 116
Mdrlien, Petter 99,104, 144
Mdring, Jannette 229, 144
M0l'l'l5, Dandlea 144
Morris, Randy 19, 109, 144, 208, 212
MDHDW, David 126
M059, cathy 8, 21, 161
M05er, Steve 1, 74, 75, 144, 221, 241, 268, 269
Mossa, Vicki 185
Iylother'! Caokles 242
Motta, Greg 161
Moul, Chad 55,144, 207, 211, 252
Moy, Hiram 172
Moyer, Tammy 172
Moyer, Tina 196
Moyers, Jennifer 185
Moyers, Scott 8, 59,161
Moynihan, Kelley 185
Mulgrew, Lellanl 161
Mullane, Charles 74, 161
Mural, Tim 172
Murphy, Chester 71, 175
Murphy, Shlney 74, 75, 175
Murphy, Terri 161
Murray, Heidi 19,173
Nadeau, Pam 106, 107,126
Nadolsky, Michelle 8, 161
Nagel, Dana 173
Naiman, Paul 173
Nakashlma, Eric 72, 144
Nelson, Erica 185
Nelson, Janelle 185
Neto, Marla 144, 268
Nevill, Mark 175
Nevill, Tim 196
Newbrn, Chris 175
Newman, Jim 107, 185
Newman, Michelle 144
Ng, Sonia 175
Nguyen, cindy 186
Nguyen, Kathe 161
Nguyen, Tran 175
Nicholson, Craig 186
Nickerson, Kristi 144, 220, 252, 252
Nielsen, Christi 21, 175
Niemoeller, Dlann 107, 164, 257
Niemoeller, David 186
Nigard, Arlene 211
Nitlsche, Perry 106, 107, 186
Noe, Dave 161
Norberg, Daryle 186
Nordhavn, Jennifer 194, 196
Nordhavn, Tina 104, 161
Nordstrom, Tim 144, 249, 267
Nordstrom, Tom 186
Norman, Sue 15
Norman, Teri 104, 104, 144,205,256
Nuchols, Uaig 175
Nyberg, Roger 144
oeanron neoule19, 186
0Cl10a, VEr0nlEa 186
0'connell, casey 144
oconneli, Sheila 12, 126
Ogalla, Salah 186
0lln5ta0, D0nna 228, 229
Oliveira, carrie 161
Ollveria, oawn 144
Oliveira, Gary 196
olivelra, Ratnelle 175
olsen, nonelie 175
Olson, Trish 186
o'Mallev, Kellie 161
omega Rally ds, 11
o'Neal, Cheryl 144, 224
orchestra ion, 1os
on-lenful Food mare 219
orrwoski, Boo 175
osoorne, mane 100, 126
owens, SfEDll9rl 186
owyoung, steve 175
owyoung, wendy 196
Padilla, cory 196
Padilla, victor 186
Paduverls, Bart 19, 175
Page, Kim 175
Paine, Cassandra 144
Palne, Darryl 107
Palma, vlctorra 144, 252
Panasewrcz, Ndan 196
Pandolfo, Robo 9, 52, 116, 117, 146, 211
PanQaSna, Cl1al'l9S 175
Pangellnan, AnnMal'lE 173
Pangelinan, Kamy 186
Pangllnan, Mike 116
Panglllnan, sue 116
Park eddie 116,186
Park rony 116, 174
Parra, Jose 186
Partridge, Carol 15, 54, 102, 106, 146, 220, 242,
Pasalls, Angle 174
Pashayan, Joey 19, 45, 196
Pasduale, Debbie 161
Paterson, kevin 161
Patrick Paula 174
Patterson, camille 107,196
Patterson, Greg 186
Patterson, Tom 114, 174
Paul's Shoe Repalrs 224
Paulsen, Becky 174
Paulson, Josh 196
Pavao, James 161
Payne, Darryl 186
Peck, Eden 69, 258
Peck, Jonathan 186
PE Department 114, 115
Pedersen, Annette 116
Pedrantl, Beverly 161
Peebles, vanessa 186
Pegasus Proauctlon 239
Pereira, Kelly 196
Pereira, Patricia 62, 65, 161
Pereira, Robert 146
Perez, Jason 186
Perez, Lisa 186
Perez, Theresa 74, 75, 186
Perez, veronica 161
Perry, Glad 196
Perry, Deanna 186
Perry, Erin B,104, 156,162
Perry, Frankie 186
Perry, Jennifer 174
Perry, Noah 196
Perry, Sue 50,146
Pershing, Stacy 146
Petersen, Lisa B, 67,162
Petersen, Lynn 174
Phanl, Tuan 162
Phillips, Karen 186
Phipps, Jenny 54, 74, 114, 146, 220, 252, 252
Plalla, Naisn 69, 115
Pierce, Kelley 162
Pierce, laura 196
Pierce, Sheri 174
Pina, Dave 162
Plna, Denise 196
nnkler, Scott 69, 162
Pll'lI'l8, Athena 196
Pinto, N0elle 146, 271
Pirie, LiSa 174
Plotner, Shelly 174
Plunlee, Eva 174
Pdag, Brandy 196
P0nd, Michelle 186
P0nteS, LlSa 186
P0l'Ky'S P1220 231
POPYCIS, 101111 19'
POYSEE, 101111 186
POP1.'el"S Mdfkel 230
Potestlo, Marla 257
Powell DenrliS 126
Pdwell, Mdnita 146, 232
POWEr5, Nathan 162
Powell Sherri 186
P0yatOS, Judy 174
Pratt, Casey 186
Pratt, Jason 162
Pratt, Joey 186
Pratt lJ5a 162
Prett, Beau 74
Prifkett, christina 186
PriStaS, JOSeDh 146
Pll5taS, Randy 186
Pl0fUnl0, Karen 174
Pryfdgle, Daniel 147, 258
Puenres Matthew 174
Pllentes 10m 162
Pllett, Beau 186
PVS llelldlllg 239
Pyle, Nanette 107,174
Pyne, Jim 187
0ulgIey, Shawna 9.11, 54, 114, 147, 208, 265
Oulll, John 147
Ouiroz, Nadine 106, 174
Ouizon, Roland 162
Race Team 108, 109
Rally Squad 22, 23
Ramera Eugene 162
Ramirez, Carlos 162
Ramirez, Janice 174
Ramos, Andrea 107, 196
Ramos, Romeo 196
RanU, Richard 196
Rantz, Tlm 162
Rather, Barbara 187
Raymer, Janelle 174
Ready, Krls 9, 22, 174
Reagan, Nanfy 51
Reals, Gina 162
Reams, John 187
Reberlego, Dina 174
Refhkemrner, David 187
Recking, UrSUla 162
Red Carpet Realty 250
Reddiclc, Rex 69, 147, 254
Reed, Keith 196
Reed, Usa 111, 196
Reed, Usa 187
Reed, Melanie 174
Reed, Rlchard11, 69, 162
Reese, Jolie 147
Regan, Jacob 196
Regan, Jason 174
Regd, l0rlanne 147
Reia, T000 70
Remington, Earl 126
Rennacker, Jeff 104, 162
Renter, Brian 107, 111, 196
Repose, Michelle 50, 147, 256, 249
Renouist Debbie 147
Restrivera, Ralph 147
Rexelle, Tony 196
Rhodes, Dave 75
Rhodes, Phillip 196
Rhodes, Sam 106, 147
Rice, Benjle 19, 195,196
Rice, KrlStlne 46, 84, 174, 177
Richardson, Jason 196
RiCnardS0n, Jennv 174
Richardson, Ruben 106,107, 162, 201
Rrckert, cvnthia 102,141
Rioehour, Emily 101, 196
Riedel, lda 118, 119
Righton, oave 162
Ritter, Stepahnle 162
Ritz, Michelle 141
lava, rode 187
Rizzo, Neil 162
Rizzo, Patrlda 196
Roach, John 187
RUaCh, lols 126
Rohnlns, Mindy 167
RDDEll0, Sheree 187
Roberts, Al 197
Rooerts, Glna 187
Roberts, Mike 174
Roherts, nm 197
Roberts, wayne 69, 126
Robinson, Diane 174
Roolnson, Kenneth 141
RODinS0n, Linda 162
RUCCO, U99 174
Rocha, David 187
Rocha, Maryllnn 187
Rocxowltz, Eddie 197
ROEKOWitZ, name 25, 25,162
Rocky Auto PGY!! ass
Roderidr, Laurie 174
Roderldcm Mary 118
Rodger, Bill 174
Rodrigeuz cindy 174
ROUl'lQUEl, Erlf 174
Rodriguez, Frank 187
Rodriguez, Karen 147
Rodriguez, lllehele 197
index 2 1
Rodrlguel, Mcllele 197
Ndrlguel Rwlelle 174
Rodrlguel, 5alJrlna 174
R0gelS, Steve 162
R0gerS, Cl1rlStll1a 197
Rogers, Lesley 162
Rolo, may 174
Roldff, Mihelle 162
Romano, Rebecca 187
Rornero, CaSSie 174
Romero, oanny 174
Romero, Jose 197
R0nCl1ette, Kelly 187
Ronchette, Mike 147, 212, 241
Rontanl, Bill 187
Rosa, Lou 174
ROSaaert JOShLIa 107, 111, 197
Rose, Angela1o7, 197
Rose, laura 174
Rose, MlCl1ael 187
Rose, Pete 50
ROSE, Sandy 15, 18, 19, 42 148,209,255
ROSE, Shaneen148 262
Rosecrans, casey 197
Rblllld 'fable PIIZCI 259
Rlifll, Connie 126
RUUIIICK, LBOI1 MD 245
Rudddt, Troy 174
Ruil, Ether 165
Runyon, charles 126
Ruth, Jeff 174
Ruth, Jennie 197
Saavedro, Aldaverto 148, 206
Saavedra, Juan 163
Sae Jang, Linda 197
Saitta, Troy 197
Sakamoto, steve 10, 107, 187
SalaS, Jerll 165
Salcedo, Nina 8 165
Salel Servlce 243
Salvato, Aldo 174
Sahlettl, Arthur 17S
Samara, Jlries 165
Sanchez, Alfonso 165
Sanchet Gary 70,175
Sanchez, Gina 54, 47, 104, 148, 256, 262, 265, 269
Sanchez, Lani 148 248
Sanchez, LiSa 165
Sanchel. Monica 197
Sanchel Nathan 70, 187
Sanchet Samantha 187
Sanchel Teresa 175
Sanford, D36 148
San Lorenzo Optometry
Sannicholas, Nick 187
Santiago, cindy 187
Santllan, unda 128
Santos, Doug 69, 175
Santos, lisa 197
Sarchett, Diana 54, 128
Sarosy, John 149
SaSakl,Danene 25, 24, 25,104,116 149165, 206,
207, 208, 209, 211, 212, 244, 257, 260, 261
Sasaki, Rik 55,175
Saucedo, Jennifer 197
Saunders, Jenni 67, 187
Sauneof 8lI 175
Say, Sheila 107, 175
Schaffer, Brannon 197
Schardt, Davld11,69, 149, 206, 207, 245
Schardr, Jodie 108, 197
Schellenberg, Christy 20, 84, 187
Schneider, Richard 165
Schule, Andrea 197
Schulte, Jeanine 175
Schultz Becky 149
Schultl, DeeDee 108, 174,187
Schultl. Meda 119
Scrlultl Nike 70, 71, 187
Schultl Pat 107, 128
Schwarz, Susie 19, 54, 55, 165
Selence Department 110,
Scott, Darlene 108, 128
Scott, Jennifer 175
Scott, Kathleen 149
Scott, Wayne 197
scotty's class 211
Search, Steve 175
Searle, Raelene 22, 201
Sedano, Alberto 70, 187
SegraveS, craig 197
Segura, Ben 165
Seibold. Derek 149
Seifert, Fred 110, 128
Selki, Deblie 188
Seipel, Kyle 188
Senlor FUVOIICES 58-61
senior Plcnlc 12, 13
2 1 index
Senlor Sock 8 Sllence
Seoueira, Melody 175
Serrato, Monica 175
severson, Davld 188
Shaffer, Erin 175
Shama, Jamal 188
Shaw, Jeremy 188
Shaw, Todd 175
Shear, vnliiam 259
Shepherd, Greg 128
Sheoherd, Jennifer 19, 17S
Sheridan, carrie 188
Sherwood, cindy 149, 205, 264
Shinko, Darcey 165, 264
Shinko, Rod 6, 69,149 210,264
Shootaw, carrie 62, 65, 165
Short Clrcult 21
Shouts, John 165
Shulte, Maureen 175
Silva Christina 198
Silva, daucia 198
Silva olorla 99
Silva, Jorge 165
Silva, Richard 149
SlNa, Steve 198
SlNerla, Laura 175
Slwerla, Tony 149
Simpson, Karina 198
Simons, aaroara 128
sisneros, Rick 188
Slack, Katrina 165
Sloan, David 107, 198
Sloan, Heather 105, 175
Smart, Ruby 198
Smith, Antoinette 175
Smith, Juli 165
Smith, linda 8,9, 176
Smith, Michelle 47, 55, 149, 205, 210,256
Smith, Ricky 114, 188
Smith, Robert 176
So, Amy 149, 256, 249
So, Betty 64, 165
Sobhanti, Arash 107, 116, 176
Bayi' 80, 81
Glrls' 84, 85
Department 112, 115
Softball 90, 91
Solis, Anna 188
Sommer, Mike 149, 245, 255
Somsak, David 188
SomSak, Steven 149, 252
Sopresa Gram 221
5ousa,Joe151, 264, 265
Torn 127, 128
50uZa, Mark 107
Jlm 70, 176
Special Education De-
l!Cll'1.'lllel1! 114, 115
Special Studlel Depart-
Illellt 116, 111
SDeddwnSf5kI, Karen 188
SDeerS, Lori 172, 175, 176
Slilrlt Week 26-29
Soonsel, Amy 188
Spore, Brian 107, 198
Soore, Karen 105, 176
Sooning, Jack 188
sports olvlslon 64, ss
Springer, Mark 176
Springsteen Bruce 50
Souem. Mike 70
Stagnaro, Lisa 151, 211
Stanford, Don 70
Starr, Lba 176
Statler, Doug 25, 25, 151, 207, 245
Statler, Tani 19, 198
srefanerri, Micnelle So, 67,188
Stefani, Michelle 8, 165
Steger, David 198
Steiner, Lorl 54, 55, 165
Steingixer, Alethea 176
Steklis, Heidi 176
Stender, Howard 107, 176
Sterling, Julie 176
Stevenson, Lisa 165
Stewart, Aaron 198
Stewart, Jeff 8
Stlce, Angle 188
StlverS, Julie 176
Stivers, Shelley 151, 261,171
Stone, CririS 165
Stone, Christy 165
Stout, Eric 106, 151
Strader, Adele 176
Straw llat Plzza 223
Strom, Brian 176
Strong, Bill 188
Strong, Christine 165
srrugel, Steve 176
Stuart, Conrie 176
Stuart, Jef-f 165
Student Council 32, 33
Sturm, Paul 151, 255
Sullivan, Justin 8, 59, 165
Susan's Flowers 211
Swalls, Catherine 188
Swanson, Nike 188
Sypnlewski, Robby 198
Syonlewskl, Tammy 151
Szeto, Mlkan 165
Szeto, Nancy 198
Taglaoletra, Cory 198
Takeuchl, Corey 198
Takeuciii, Cragl 165
rancreay, Angelo 128
TBDGOWSKY, Richard 128
Tang, Albert 69, 164
Tang, Marina 151, 256
Tang, Ralph 176
rang, Raymond 199
rang, Stanley 164
Tavare, Nakhe 199
Taylor, Gary 151
Taylor, Sherry 199
Tefada, Alloia 116, 199
Telch, LEE 10, 69, 164
Teiano, Joanne 188
rengco, Eodle 176
Tennis 88, 89
rerry, Robert 199
Teshlma, Joey 57, 176
TeShima, Stacey 57, 104, 151, 202, 208, 211, 260,
Texelra, Jennifer 199
rexelra, vnndy 176
Tl'laU, Eric 188
Thau, Susie 164
Thellle 1-5, 278-230
nriry, AnnMarie 107, 199
Tl10maS, Andrew 106, 176
Thomas, Dawn 67, 188
rhomasson, Shannon 176
Thompson, Michael 151
Thompson, Sandy 199
Thoi'nDSon, Sean 70,188
Thorn Gina 151
Thorne, Jim 114,164
Thorne, krystaI151, 220, 228
Thornton, Shelly 188
Tice, Laurie 199
Todd, Mark 10, 69,164
Tomidcn, carrie 99
Tornioch, Kari 199
romldch, Kurt 19, 51, 164
Tommy 'rs Comedy 231
Tung, Florentino 151
Tong, Lyn 199
Toon, Kevin 151
Top 'ren 62. 63
Torres, Marco 188
Tortorelll, Chris 164
rortorell, Jennifer 188
rortoreli, Joe 164
Town, Mlre 199
TICICK 92, 95
rressler, rooy 70, 176
Tribulio, Annette 42, 102, 104, 151, 210, 229,
Tribuzlo, Gaetano 188
Triplett, Kelly 151, 248
Truilllo, JBSOI1 164
TS8, N30 188
Tse, Eileen 105,199
158, K8rl9fOl1 151
TSe, vlrglnia 199
Tsifrin, DOI'll13 183
TU320ll, Ulla 176
Tudlno, Ken 51, 164
Tuttle, Denise 199
Tuttle, Jason 164
Tuttle, Jessie 151
uloa, Greg 152
llloa, Rachel 199
IIIICIB J0e'S P1226 214
unoerwooo, coale 199
urizar, Diana 176
Valente, Debbie 164
valente, John 176
Valente, Kr'lSElne 176
vales Mike 152, 252
Valenluela, DenlSe 199
Valladorl, Karen 176
Vallelos KrlStlna 188
ValleS, oiorla 199
vanoerhelden, Connie 164
vanoerheloen, Trlnette 189
Vandeveer, Erick 69, 104, 164
vandro, Raloh 100,119,128 129
van's Bakery 243
vasconcellos Mark 70, 189
vasconceiloe Paul 199
Vaughan, J35Dl'l 19, 69, 164
Vaughan, Mllle 189
Ve9aS, David 107, 199
vegas, Joey 164
Vegai, Robert 152
VIC llllhbtlld Speed Clld
Vlttor, Keith 164
Vidal, Rachel 189
vloales, Gary 70, 176
Vldel, Robert 176
Vldeb .IUIICIIOII 214
vlaeo Revolution 246
Vlerra, Guy 176
Vlerra, John 152
lnerra, Sabrina 66, 67
Vlerra, Valerie 21, 152
vierra, Vinte 152, 221
vlerra, Jeff 164
Vlerra, Leilanl 199
Vlerra, Sabrina 189
Vlerra, Steve 242
VllaS, Saly 129
VlQ3rS, Arlene 155, 252
Vigil, Dawn 107, 189
Vlgil, Scott 199
vlllalooos Joe 10, 45, 69, 176
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vlnalonos, Leo 164
villalooos RegIna176 -,
vlnamln, zona 10, 64, es, 164 2--
villamln, elaine 199
vrllasenor, earnoa 164
vincent, Ren 152
VICE! IIIUII GIOCEPY 225
Vogel, Mary 154
vogue, warren 107, 199
VOYCE, warren 199
volleyball 66, 61
waage, Randy 74, 164
wagner, deg 51,164
wagner, water 128
The Ylllldbff 214
waller, Tony 189
walling, Jason 11, 69, 72, 176
WalterS, Hero 69
WalterS, Hope 199
Wang, Sheree 54, 152, 249, 260
wang, Tom 176
ward, James 51,176
Illasplngton Manor Chl-
IOIIICICCIC CllI1lC 255
watlrlns, Ricnaro 189
watson, Joe 74, 75, 114,152
watson, Karla 164
Waukazoo, Phil 176
Wee, Jen 65,176
Weidman, Amy 176
Weis, Monica 106 176
Wess Helena 20 22 25 25 116 1611
We ss, Marty 199
welssenborn, Ken 75 128
Wells, Orson 51
Wendell, Darln 20, 70
Wergeland, Jerrold 128
Westergaard, Erik 199
WeSth0US8, B00 170, 171, 176
Wheeler, Paula 152, 232
Whelan, kenny 199
Whltbetk, Charles 19, 64
White, Dana 189
White, Donna 119
White, Kelli 189
White, Paul 152
White, Robert 164
Whitt, Gina 199
Whitt, Steve 189
Whittaker, Jenny 176
Whittaker, Kao 199
Wlegel, Todd 176
Wleland, Mark 104, 152, 268, 269
Wlgarld R00 64 110 129
Wilbur JBCK 129
llillldman Sean 70 71 166 167 176
WIIkErS0l'l MIKE 164
WHKIHSUD Sue 9 177
lNIlI ams, Cnns 70 177
WlIIlaITl5, LiSa 152
Wlliams, MICE 177
WIIIIamS, Rlhelle 199
WllIlamS, Sl5an 164
Wlllums Insurance 242
lmlliamson, Nancy 189
Willis Darren 164
WlIliS, Daryl 164
WlISOr1, Andy 9, 189
WlISOrl, Larry 129
WII50rl, John 177
WirnDl9, Sue 199
Windell, Darrin 189
llllndsor Square Barber
liillndosr Cerumlcs 243
Yllhtel' Ball 20, 21
WIIICEI' COIICBPC 24, 25
Witherspoon, Stephanie 177
WOHQ, Bfi3I1 189
'The greatest Qlfl' of all is life.
WODQ, U 309 177
W0r'l9, N ck 164
WUIIQ Th8r6Sa 177
WUDUTIHQ M sty177
WOOUS Darle 25 129
W00dS D0r0Ihy 129
Woodward, Kenneth 169
W0OlEry, Teleah 189
w0l'ley'S llIfePl0l'S 211
woney, Steve 107, 189
Wresfll 18 19
Wright, Stephen 11, 69,102,152 258, 267
Wulf Clenn 164
Vaoro rm 189
YBUFOH TOHY 199
Vail LVZGIIE 107 199
Va DE Chr1S107 199
VaSSl'l Jaime 74 164
VBXKTIEIIDEF, Tammy 189
Yee, MBFK 164
vim, Theresa 23, 25, 47 1
VODD, Elilaberh 152, 237
voung, Bernard 177
voung, Debbie 189
young Debby 177
Young Denise 189
vo ng Harry 177
Vo ng, Tereifa 189
young, Torn 45, 152, 268
voung, wendy 189
V0unQOI00d, Bo 45, 69, 10
vuusuf, Hekmat 116, 189
V Suf, VUSUf115,189
nmmer Stacey 8 177
Zoggas NKOIE 23 24 25
Zoggas, Rachelle 199
Z0tti, Mitthel 177
ZUff0, RDSBDB 177
Zunlga, lanya 199
ZUIIIQB, Juoy 77
It begins the moment we're
born. With life we learn to take a
chance and if we fail, at least we
kl'lOW we tried. With life welearn
to live by the hour and day to
day. And in our lifetime, we
make friends. And with those
friends we Share thoughts and
dreams And we spend the hour
and the da ys trying to make our
dreams come true
Some of you may have
noticed the flags at Arroyo are
at half mast Yesterday
morning a terrible tragedy took
place A life was lost forever A
student of Arroyo passed away
Im saying this because I don t
want anyone who knew him to
forget him And those of you
who didnt get the chance to
know him missed out because
he was A Tfbe Friend
He was the type of person
that kept his emotions to
himself when he was down or
upset he d share a smile with his
friends because he didn t want
He W8S always lOOkIhQ fOr' the
best ahd h3DDleSf l'hlhQS lh llfe
The l'hlhQS Ih llfe that made hlm
ahd hIS ff'lehdS Smile Ahd he
Qalhed SOh1efhlhQ fl'Oh1 hlS
f3h1llY3hCl 'fI'lehdS that S hard to
COh7e by He hOf,' only gave DUI'
f'eCelVed love He W3S SehSll'lVe
ahd Cafed 8 lOf h1Of'e than
1968 - 1986
52 257 260 261 271
4 152 258 265 270
Tom Gonzalez in an address to the Student
Body February 1986
his fl'ier'ldS to WOITV about him.
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it has been quite
a stumper since the beginning,
but l've finally found out that
the crime wasn't committed by
a single person.'
'You mean it was a group
effort?' Hunt inquired.
'More like a school effort, lVlr.
'What?' Jack asked dumbfound-
218 who Dome ir?
REG Pl'lClE, JEICK.
lt's used by everyone from a
varsity football player to an
eighth grader and the faculty,
too. lt's something that is shared
by everyone connected with
'So, lt's not actually who DONE
it, but it's how many DoNe it?'
said Hunt with a feeble attempt
'But the solution to this whole
mystery ended with, 'We know
vvr ARE 'WE
You DONE ifl'
. YES, you-the one who is read-
Ing this yEEll'book!'
Who DONE it now-You DONE itl'
'YES, you-the one who is read-
ing this yearbookl'
'You DONE it every time you
did something to benefit Arroyo
or by just being a part of it.
Even by purchasing a yearbook,
you've used Red Pride and helped
it to exist, ever since Arroyo
began 31 years ago. lt's not a
question anymore of Who DONE
lf DECZLISE YOU DONE lT!'
Photo by cm-lbalul
Becerra . . . -Format
Hampton ......... Manager
Aquino, Rhonda Carl Berndt
Berry, Shelley DeMarco
DGFIEQ, Michael H6itZ
Erik HOVE, Klegmarl
Kucin, Gary LaFleur, Maccowan
Medeiros, Petter Morke Nord
' orman, Erin Ren
Lamination completed at printing
Printing-Herff Jones Yearbooks, inc.,
Logan, Utah. Stan Wyne, Castro Valley,
CA and Rick Rawlinson, Logan, Utah
were printer's representatives. 1986
Arroyan was printed on 80 pound
Venetian stock. t
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copyl, 8 point Olive ltaliclcaptionsl, 8
point Olive Condensedlmug captionsl,
12 point Olive Nordlemphasis face,
caption lead-insl. Typesetting com-
pleted on campus on varltyper
COlTlp!Edlt 5618 SVSTSGFTI.
phy, San Lorenzo, CAlsenior portraits,
candidsl, Portrait World, Fremont,
CAlmugsl, Marla Aquino, carl Berndt,
LiSie Ferreira, and Erik Hove, staff
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