Arroyo High School - Shield Yearbook (El Monte, CA)
- Class of 1988
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Within these pages our
thoughts lin er, memories
echo througin walls of the
past. . .we hold our treasures in
our minds. We are the present,
the future past. . .
Odes ..................... 2
Honors .............,..... 8
Knight's Lady ........... 42
Football Homecoming , . .161
Homecoming ,........ 166
junior fClass of 19891 ..... 16
Actlvltles .........,.,.,.. 30
QClass of 19901 ......... 44
Faculty ......... ..,.. 5 8
Teachers ,,...... ..... 6 7
Freshmen QCIass of 19911 ........ 74
uslc ,............,............ 88
Senior Poll .......,......,,.... 110
Seniors QCIass of 1988j ....,..., 114
Sports ..,...........,.......,. 146
Organizations .................. 194
"VERY LOYAL AND
PROUD TO BE A
KNIGHT, BOTH AS A
STUDENT AND A
"IT'S A GREAT
WHO WORK HARD
"ARROYO IS A
SCHOOL WITH A
FOR EXCELLENCE. IT IS
A SCHOOL OF
hat will you always
high school? "All
the fun things my friends
and I talked about . . . did
.. . and stared at.
- Sonja Albright
Smile sophomores,CHEESE !
hat incident will
from your four
years of high
school?"Getting thrown in
the girls locker room
shower my sopomore year
- Grace Perez Grade 12
Betsy Holm delights in free
A knight enjoying herself
asperations do you
during your time at
Arroyo? "I hope to acheive
good grades, meet a lot of
friends, and have the best
years of high school that l
could have ."
- Jenni Baird Grade 9
Think J.V. football!
hat in particular
will you never
games and the football
- Susan Mendoza and
Susan Roberts Grade 10
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hat has been the
Arroyo?"When the plane
crashed on the football
- Tammy Barbosa Grade
A flashranker looking on ...
s a freshmen how
do you feel about
new friends and being part
of the "crowd" has been a
- Irene Perez Grade 9
Fun in the cafeteria?
hat is the one
thing you'II alwz
Arroyo? "Unlike other
schools it doesn't have s
groups of "in" people -
everyone just hangs
around who and where
- Amy Kasten Grade 12
Chris DelaCruz gossips to a
hat is the one
thing you will
about Arroyo High School
-- Jason Remos Grade 1
Friends . . .
hat one thing wil
Where you're locker
is,who's above you ,belov
you, or next to you, can
make or break the year."
- Candy Sugarmen Gra
hat has been your most memorable incident at
Arroyo? "The day of the earthquake when every-
one was out on the field.lt seems kind of weird,
:ut everybody seemed really close to one another-. Espe-
:ially when all of l.V. huddled together I Thanks guys' it
-Megan Conner and Katrina Haro Grade 11
Viewing the lunch scene.
hat has been your
moment at Arroyo?
'The first day of school in
'ny sophomore year I had
Vlr. Olson. When I walked in
didn't see the bars which
onnect the desks. I tripped.
Everyone turned and
ooked! Then I heard a voice
say 'Cindy's here' "
- Cindy DeLosAngeIes
hile attending Ar-
royo what has hap-
pened to you that
you will never forget? "8e-
ing "pantsed" in P.E. my
freshmen year by seniors,
but with my lightening
speed I ran and no one saw
my bare """"'."
-Louis Sandoval Grade 12
Louie sheds a smirk.
hat has happened
during your four
years at Arroyo that
you will never forget?
"When I walked into a girl-
filled restroom and all the
girls just stared.Everything
was silent except for my
friends laughing outside."
- Gerald Cruz Grade 12
Best Friends . , ,
Great smile .,.
hat is the one thing
you will always re-
member about Ar-
royo high school? "Eating
-- Kisha Carpenter Grade 9
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Ummm Cookies! Let ME take your pulse!
hat goals do you
plan to achieve at
A r r o y o h i g h
school? "I hope to be ASB
president in 89' and make
my senior year the best !"
- Brent Perry Grade 11
Blue, black and white assem-
hat will you miss at
memories - Good
times, and bad ,and all the
beautiful friends I've had
the pleasure of sharing
these good times with."
- Eva Ramirez Grade 12
IN APPRECIATION OF
YOUR TIME AND
SUPPORT. . .
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"ln the corners
of my mind. , ."
Here is someone who likes to remi-
nisce . . . "Geez that was a lousy ham-
burger . . . okay, where did everybody
This year, lunchtime activities were alot more fun and people participated
with more enthusiasm and others watched with more enthusiasm.
Spectators here are curiously awaiting the new activity.
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Friday, Knights are found at football games where they cheer their champi
on team on to victory and mingle with other outgoing, friendly Knights-
The word High School
often makes us think of
friendship, hard work,
summer vacations, fun
and most of all, memo-
ries. High School has the
best and most cherisha-
ble memories of all. One
day we'lI all look back
and say "Hey, remember
These four years spent
at Arroyo will hopefully
be memorable ones.
Friends we make here are
not always going to be
with us throughout our
lifetime, so Iet's make the
best of what we have now.
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Here's a happy couple! Gina San
Fillipo and her boyfriend Matt.
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friendship is a strong attitude displayed here
at Arroyo High School. This scene proves the
lmiddle picture! Now here's a happy couple!
Gina Sanfillipo and her friend are enjoying
themselves at Arroyo's first home football
game against Temple City.
Kristal is always on the phone.
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"PUBLIC HEALTH ENEMY NO. 1"
As proclaimed by President Reagan. AIDS has killed
nearly 25,000 Americans, millinns of dollars have
poured into medical research fur the mysteri-
uus immunity-robbing disease from
which no one recovers.
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. .. We know that short hairstyles are the
"in" thing for guys right now but, Coach
0'Rourke, isn't this going too far? Actually,
it was the cross country team that went far
. . . far enough to become number one, top
gun, and undisputed champs in the entire
all the way
to the CIF
it is very
even get to
CIF the year
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what it takes'
nation , . , and guess who promised to
shave his head if they did?!
How about that football season? A 24 day
strike by the NFL players in mid0ctober
when the union capitulated and went to
court instead of fighting club owners at the
Our soccer team this year upheld the BBP
QBIG blue pridell by coming very close to
the BIG CIF title.
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BIG Boys THE"F BVKFOUR
Gerardo Fuentes, Jaime Ortega, Derrick Powers, and Jeff
Gilkey are the best in the west, east, north, south, nonh-
west well, you get the idea. This fabulous quartet be-
came number one In the nation which caused even
Cool Coach 0'Rourke's hair to fall out.
In wrestling, Marcos Carranza had "no respect" as Rodney
Dangerfield would put lt, as he pinned down the state
a nine-city tour of the U.S.
and Mrs. Reagan greeted
that measured 6.1 on the
lt was not a catastrophic
In an effort to keep the Per-
sian Gulf open to navigation,
the United States began in July
to escort vessels to protect
them from Iran. In September
the U.S. Navy blew up an Iran-
ian ship that was caught laying
mines in the Gulf. Several
mines were confiscated.
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Now comes the time. . .
WE DID IT!
CLASS OF. . .
1988. . .
A YEAR TO REMEMBER
"I feel being salu
totian is a great hu
or. The educati
here at Arroyo wa
real unique exp-
ience. I was very sti
ulated by the a-
which engulfed m
e ea e e
It was the best! How
xuld I ask more out
F Arroyo?! The Aca-
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Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior
ln November, Arroyo High Shool's Academic Decathlon team competed in the sixth annual L.A. County Academic
Decathlon at West High School in Torrance, Ca. With only seven members present, instead of the necessary eight,
Arroyo won many individual awards.
At the Honors level, Mingfun Warasopun won a second place in Fine Arts in alternate competition. Varsity student
Shirley Wear was awarded first place on her essay. Scholastic student Derek Beyss defeated more than 130 of the
country's top students in winning the bronze medal, a first for the El Monte High School District. Derek placed second
in the subject of history, first in economics, and, to top it all off, scored a perfect score of 1000 points in the Quelling
Without a doubt, this was the best Academic Decathlon team Arroyo has produced. Congratulations go to all the
Mingfun Warasopun Shirley Wear Frank Wu Mr. Ted Koch Mrs. Mary Gerke
Junior Senior Senior Advisor! Coach Advisor
PhiIAm Acosta, Marian Aguirre, Kevin Angeles, Brandy Baker, Robert Barrett, Annaliza Basa, Derek Beyss, Anthony Boiano, Marcela Castano, Quynh
Chau, Andrew Chen, Angie Chen, Lionel Cooper, Daniel Crosby, Cindy Delos Angeles, Angelina Duran, Boris Duran, Henry Duterte, Rosa Flores,
Leticia Garcia, Patrick Gonzales, Jennifer Groves, Denise Hanson, Winn Hong, Tua n Hua, Rakhi Khurana, Cynthia LaFlame, Jack Lamb, Brian Ledder,
Steven Lin, Thomas Lin, Christine Lisko, Blanca Munoz, Raymond Ng, Dung Ngo, Binh Nguyen, Michelle Nobile, Robin Palmer, Trang Pham, Eva
Ramirez, Phong Rock, Leo Rubia, Raquel Salvador, Yesenia Samaniego, Nguc Tang, Quyen Tran, Mingfun Warasopun, Lori Wilson, Frank Wu, Peggy
Yao, Wilson Yee, Kim Yong, Dolly Yu, Alan Zhou, Sherry Zhou
CSF QCalifornia Scholastic Fed-
erationl is Arroyo's honor soci-
ety. Admission to this elite aca-
demic group is based on grades.
CSF visits various university and
college campuses at the end of
each semester. Money for these
trips is raised by members
President-Thomas Lin Advisor-Mrs. Patricia McGinnis
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I was very pleased to represent my school. Girls' State was a great
honor and a great experience that l'll never forget. Girls' State taught
me alot about the student government and how it is run. All I can say
is that l enjoyed meeting new friends and being involved. My plans
after high school are to attend a J.C. for two years. I would like to
major in the medical field.
Girls' Slate Representative
BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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I was really surprised to be chosen for Boys' State. I had a terrific
time and found it very valuable. The experience is a fascinating story
in itself. I felt very honored to have represented Arroyo in Sacramen-
to. At the end of the 1987 Boys' State session, I was also priviledged to
be elected to represent California as alternate to Boys' Nation in
Washington D.C. Boys' State is an experience that will be very valu-
able to my life in the future. r
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wing only one
Marie Tina Acosta
Pilam F. Acosta
Thaddeus J. Allen
William R. Alvarez
Debbie R. Arrizu
Neil C. Ballecer
Larry Lee Blood Jr.
Christa S. Bowman
Nanna A. Brown
Tracy Linn Cameron
Nicolas C. Candido
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CLASS OF 1989
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Megan C. Connor
Eric Hernandez and Mike
Thompson are two unusually
different people here at Ar-
royo. They both have a
unique style. One of Eric's
hobbies is making clothing.
He says it's his way of ex-
pressing himself. "People
may comment on it but I
don't care because everyone
is entitled to their own opin-
ion," says Eric.
Mike, on the other hand,
doesn't think he is any differ-
ent from the next guy. He lis-
tens to Punk and New Wave
music, one of his favorite
groups is the Cure. Both guys
also have a different sort of
hair style. Different is special,
they're like no one else. Eric
and Mike are two very nice
guys, Eric seems to be strong
minded and knows what he
wants. Mike is friendly and
has a very funny sense of hu-
Jefferey D. Cox
Ailene S. Creencia
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Cindy De Los Angeles
Maria V. Delrico
Martin R. Diaz
Andrea M. Dominguez
Henry M. Duterte
Anne Marie Fiqueroa
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HERE'S. . .DUCKIE, FRA KIE, A D SHAMROCK
Friendships are very important to people,
especially teenagers. A true friend is some-
one who likes you, not because of what you
have or what you can give them, but for
who you are.
Jorge, Chandr, and Ruben are real
friends, a little strange, but that's what
friends are for.
Out of all the Juniors at Ar-
royo, Lisa Lagares seems to
be the most spirited of them
all. Lisa is in Acappella and
Chamber Choir. She is also a
Varsity Cheerleader. Most of
us will probably remember
her as, Junior Princess on the
Football Homecoming court.
lt not only takes a lot of effort
to take on so many activities,
Tomas A. Garcia
Patrick R. Gonzales
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Mario Gurrola '
Carlotta Gutierrez '::: zl-
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but you have to want to, for
you, and your school.
If you had to pick one per-
son at Arroyo that had the
most school spirit, it would
probably be Lisa Lagares. Lisa
is an excellent example of an
Arroyo Knight. People like
Lisa are what our school is all
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Katrina Ann Haro
Jeffrey G. Holguin
Le My Hong
Ann Lan Le
Rachel C. Lopez
Joe E. Matke
Liana L. Mendez
Chris A. Miller
Lydia M. Morimoto
Skye A. Morgan
Cynthia C. Nakashima
Gustavo S. Olmos
Margaret R. Orozco
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Have you ever wondered what it is like to
live with a step-mother. Well, why don't you
ask Tina Acosta. Tina has a lot of insight on
the matter, since she lives with a step moth-
Tina says, "At first I didn't get along with
my step-mom, but now I think she's cool,
It's just like if my real mom was there, ex-
cept I don't call her mom."
Thomas C. Prechtl
Salomon A. Quijada
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Blanca E. Rios
WE ARE COMING
C ASS OF
"Being twins can be a pain," say John and
Diana Perez. But there are some advantages.
For example, they meet more friends, Diane
met her boyfriend through John. They are
also very close so they stick up for each oth-
er. We asked them if there was any interest-
ing thing that happened to them and here's
what John said, "ln wrestling I hurt my hip
on the right side and Diana hurt her hip in
track in the same pIace." Now that's some
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GR DE " " SCHOOL.
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We asked Towanda Spruel what she
thought of Arroyo High School and here's
what she said, "Arroyo is a good high
school, I especially like the choir, I guess
because l'm in it." Towanda's best memory
of Arroyo is the 1987 Pops Concert.
I'm sure many people feel the same way
Towanda does about Arroyo.
Here's a story about a beau-
ty contest winner and if you
know Yolanda Barba you
should be very proud of her.
"One day l was walking down
the mall in Santa Monica
when a man asked me if l
wanted to compete in a beau-
ty and personality contest."
says Yolanda. Naturally she
accepted and went on to win
this contest. Yolanda is a
friendly person who loves to
help and talk to people.
Now Yolanda is involved in
another contest. She hopes
to go on and compete for
Miss Mexico. Her dream is to
become Miss Universe. Her
future plans are to travel and
later pursue a career as a
medical assistant. I'm sure
YoIanda's parents are proud
of her as we all should be.
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CAPTAIN Edith E. Tombol
Varsity Cheerleaders are school-
spirit promoters. They attend all
games and work together to promote
school spirit. That's not all the cheer-
leaders do. They also practice for their
own competitions. Each Homecoming
the cheerleaders plan a series of activi-
ties for all teams. These activities in-
clude dinners, kidnapping, parties,
movies, and even roller skating.
The squad consists of Senior Cap-
tain Edith Tombol, Senior Co-Captain
Melissa Aragon, Senior Squad Mem-
bers: Dawn Lovejoy, Lisa Mclaugh-
lin, Leticia Valdez, Shannon Keeling,
Stephanie Zubiate and Tammy Rubio.
Juniors are Nancy Orosco, Christine
Kaposy, Christine Penrod, Angela Diaz
and Lisa Lagares. Senior Yell-Leaders
are Neil Truax and Frank Sosa. The
Cheerleader advisor is Amy Nosek.
The Varsity Cheerleaders have done
a lot together this year. They feel that
school spirit is better than ever.
32 Varsity Cheers
C0-CAPTAIN Melissa A. Aragon
Tammy L.R. Rublo
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IU IOR VARSITY and FROSH-SOPH CHEERS
Junior Varsity Cheer has had
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leaders always seem to work
hard on their competition rou-
tine. They perform extremely
well. The J.V. Cheerleaders en-
joy cheering their teams on to
victory. Junior Varsity Cheer-
leaders have spirit and pride
for their school.
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Top Row:fl-rlKendra McKIendon,Katrina Haro,MicheIIe Grosenbach,Debbie Cheney.
Front Rowzfl-rjCaptain Marie Rivas,Co-Captain Emily Quitoriano.
Back Rowzfl-rJYesenia Samaniego,Lorena Lopez,MeIissa Kaplan.
Frosh-Soph has had a ve
unique year. The frosh-so
support not only freshm
sports but sophomore spor'
as well. This year they did
fine job supporting the
The 1987-88 Court Jesters.
.Iesting around. "THE Flip"
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Sr. Lori Luster
I have really enjoyed being the 1987-
88 Court Jester! What a way to top off
my high school career! Clowning
around with my partner at all the Var-
sity games is quite an experience. My
partner Christine is the greatest, I
have a lot of fun when she's down on
the field or court with me. Christine
has a great sense of humort and she is
a really nice person!! I would like to
say thank you to the cheerleaders and
the Richards Club for a job well done!
If you think your'e getting rid of me
you're wrong ... I'II be back at Home-
coming 89' ready to go!
l've had so much fun this year being
Court Jester! It really is an experience.
It feels really good to leave after a
game and know that I have accom-
plished something by making people
laugh by the time they leave. I would
encourage all of you crazy guys and
girls to try out with me next year.
fOnIy if you can handle it!! This year
l've had the best partner that anyone
could ask forg Lori, one of the sweetest
people. Don't let her fool you, she has
a little spark of wildness in her! If we
didn't make you laugh this year I'lI be
back next year!
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successful homecoming, and the bee
Christmas Ball ever!
Michelle Sievert Byron Cantrall
Paulo Lopez Edith Tombol
Eva Ramirez Leticia Valdez
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The 1988 Spring ASB Commission is
strong commission, led by the stron-
gest members of the student body.
This spring we have planned suc-
essful projects and campaigns, such
ls, food pigouts, obstacle courses, and
he Arroyo Olympics. Such activities
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enhance the school morale.
The success of each commission de-
pends upon the effort and dedication
put forth by each individual. The
members of both commissions, Fall
and Spring, have obtained this goal.
Our spirit is growing!
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FRESHMAN C ASS COUNCIL
lleft to rightj Chris Jacobson, Willie Garcia, Raya Mendoza, and Valerie Cuevas. lUnshowng Michelle Sievert, and Lorraine lbarraj
President Willie Garcia
The freshmen class has shown su-
prising maturity in electing its class
council representatives. I have been
extremely impressed with their com-
mittement to making the class of 1991
a positive force in keeping with the
long standing Arroyo tradition of ex-
cellance. I look forward to working
with them for the next four years and
being a part of those decisions and
those efforts that make Arroyo an
even better place to be.
Freshmen Class Council
Proud of the
class of '91
OPHOMORE C ASS COUNCIL
lLeft to rightl Clyde McKeIvie, Alex Guerrero, Monique Armenta, Steve Brown, Sonia Ramirez, and Jennifer Weston.
Sponsor Clyde McKeIvie
President Steven Brown
The Sophomore Class Council start-
ed their second year with much enthu-
siasm and confidence. Considering
that they had lost a president and a
sponsor, they resumed their positions
well. This year the council had many
fund raising activities, including can-
dy drives, and a booth at Cinco de
Mayo. President Steve Brown and vice
president Alex Guerrero have provided
the leadership and guidence essential
for their offices. Treasurer Jennifer
Weston and secretary Sonia Ramirez
have also done a great deal of work. We
expect to start the next year on a
sound financial basis and with deter-
mination, complete our junior year
with a successful prom.
Sophomores love to have fun!
UNIOR C ASS COUNCIL
lTop rowj Margarita Sanchez, Herman SiIva,Jason Lawe, ,Qbottom rowj Toniann Wilson, Wendy Finch, Pilam Acosta, and Christine Yoshida
Sponsor Mr. Nick Salerno
President Herman Silva
The Junior Class Council was espe-
cially busy this year, involving them-
selves with fund raising activities and
helping with preparations for this
years prom. It is the responsibility of
the Junior Class Council to locate the
prom site and to make all the neces-
sary arrangements ranging from the
menu to the decorations.
The Junior Class has also been work-
ing on a class flag that will be dis-
played in the Round Table Room. The
flag represents the values and beliefs
that the Class Council regards as their
strongest points. All in all the Junior
Class Council has had a successful
year, serving their school and commu-
nity - and having a lot of fun while
doing it .
We're planning the best prom ever
SENIOR C ASS CCUNCIL
QTop rowj Byron Cantrall, Jon Springer,l bottom rowl Aditya Chauhan, Robin Palmer, and Paulo Lopez. Unshown: John Batres and Jeanette Sicher.
The Senior Class Council has small ,
but great responsibilities They in-
clude The senuor sweat shirts senior
gift and graduation announcements.
The most important though is the sen-
nor gift. QA gift to the school itselfj.
When we as seniors graduate, we
would like to leave our mark, so that
everyone past, present, and future will
remember the class of '88. The Senior
Class would like to take this opportuni-
"fwfr President John Batres
Sponsor Jim Sefton
ty to thank Mr. Sefton for all his time
and support, we could'nt have done it
without you Mr. Sefton! We want to let
everybody know that we really worked
hard for what we gave this school athe-
letically and academically and we're
very proud of what we have achieved.
To the class of '88 . . . The very best of
Seniors are definitely IT!
IGHT' DY FI ALIST
"I met my best friends thru cheerleading ... I
love them all
'I like either riding motorcycles or my truck."
"I'll remember all the crazy times I had with my
friends and all the homework."
"I think I will remember all my friends the most
"I didn't expect to be chosen because i hated m
and then my teachers." senoir pictures."
"I like Mr. Russel because he let us go get can-
"My friends are what keep me going."
KNIGHT'S LADY FINALIST
"Arroyo is a quiet and peaceful school an
teachers are helpful."
THE 1988 KNIGHTS LADY
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"I WAS I-IONORED T0 BE CHOSEN A FINALIST, IT'S SOMETHING I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER."
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CLASS OF 1990
CLASS OF 1990
CLASS OF 1990
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CLASS OF 1990
CLASS OF 1990
CLASS OF 1990
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Radames and Orlando Montes are a set of
unique brothers. These two sophomores
are twins, with Radames being five minutes
older than Orlando. They have different
personalities, but share the same hobbies
which include running and singing. Most
people have trouble telling them apart be-
cause they basically do the same things and
go out for the same sports. The twins
agree that there are advantages to being
twins, but there are also disadvantages. For
instance, Radames' mischief getting Orlan-
do in trouble. Watch out! Double trouble.
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Sports are one of the many
activities that keep us moti-
vated at Arroyo High. Stu-
dents enjoy the competition
and the excitement. There's
no doubt that football is a
popular sport at Arroyo.
Without the students' in-
volvement and support we
wouIdn't be so successful in
football. This year three
proud sophomores made Var-
sity football. They are: Darren
MacLelIan, Robert Kwan, and
Freddie Martinez. They all
supported the team very well.
They felt that it was a good
accomplishment making Var-
isty as sophomores.
Bill Griebel is a dominant
sophomore in cross country.
In college he plans on run-
ning and he wants to major in
sports journalism. Referring
to cross-country Bill said "I
don't think of it from an indi-
vidual standpoint, l'm happy
if the whole team wins." Con-
gratulations to Bill and the
entire team on the great job
they did this year! And a
special thanks to Coach
0 Rourke for being not just a
coach, but also a friend.
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Albert Tucker thinks that high school is horrible, but
he goes anyway to get his education.
"l go to school because I have nothing better to do "
Friendships are very impor-
tant to everyone. True
friends can be helpful when
you need them. They can
lighten up your day when you
are not feeling so good and
they can give you support
through tough times. A
friend is someone who will al-
ways be there when you need
them. Surely Mike Robles
and Chris Betancourt agree
that friendships are special.
Natalie Valenzuela, Martha
Martin, and Elvira Antuna
have been friends since
eighth grade. Their views
about friendship are probably
the same as other students at
Arroyo. They agree that a
friend is a very important
person. Friends always stick
together and help each other
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"I would like to become a professional hairdresser for
a rock band. This kind of job is fun and it's an excellent
way to meet new and important people."
"My future goal is to become a professional
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THEIR HIGH SCHOOL
YEARS. . .
After every year is over there are memories
left behind that we will always remember.
Whether they are good or bad, we will look
back upon them one day. Six sophomore
girls, which are also known as the frosh-soph
cheerleaders, shared many new experiences
and struggled through many situations. Co.
Captain Emily Quitoriano commented "At
the beginning we didn't get along too well,
but in the end we managed to pull together."
The frosh-soph cheerleaders have indeed
many memories to treasure.
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While some schools may be satisfied
with the status quo, mediocracy has nev-
er been a goal of Arroyo High School. The
school's traditions have been founded on
the philosophy that each of us, both stu-
dent and staff together, will strive to de-
velop our personal and unique talents to
the highest degree obtainable. We fur-
ther support the theory that success gen-
erates continued success. This is why I
have often refered to this school as a
School of Champions. Arroyo High
School has never been a school commit-
ted to the role of a follower. We have
never been hesitant to step forward and
blaze a path for others. For these reasons
and more, Arroyo High School has be-
come and is now a very proud school.
The thirty-three year history of the
school is a chronical of individual and
collective successes. The caliber of pre-
sent student body and the accomplish-
ments of our alumni verifies this fact.
Our unparalleled brand of spirit and
pride has become that trademark of this
school. You schould be extremely proud
that you are an Arroyo Knight. Further-
more, this pride will continue to follow
you throughout your life. The name Ar-
royo will always stimulate thoughts and
rememberances of the most meaningful
days of your life. For this you are most
Jack E. Quinn, Principal
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Mrs. Furnald, assistant princi-
al of instructions, has worked in
ne EI Monte School District for
3 years, and 3 years at Arroyo.
1e finds the students friendly
id they make her job truly en-
yable. Her most humorous ex-
arience at Arroyo is her, hope-
llly it is 0.K. to say, fortieth
rthday celebration at Arroyo.
1e was given a surprise birthday
arty in the front office complete
ith funny gifts and the Arroyo
ioir coming to sing for her.
:me of Mrs. -Furnald's most
lemorable teaching experiences
cludes having students who she
lught return to the El Monte
igh School District as teachers.
er hobbies are waterskiing, rais-
g her children, and she loves
:tending all extra curricular ac-
vities. ' '
Student Services, John
Robbins has been
working at schools for
36 years and has worked
at Arroyo for 31 years.
What does Mr. Robbins
think about Arroyo and
it's students? "Arroyo
has an excellent calibur
of students and is one
of the finest high
schools in the San
Gabriel Valley or I would
not have stayed here,"
Mr. Robbins told us. His
working at school is the
time that it snowed on
campus and students
and teachers were out
building snowmen and
throwing snow balls. His
experience is when the
Arroyo Band represented
Arroyo High School in
the New Year's
Tournament of Roses
Parade. Mr. Robbins'
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Mr. Dan Morris, Assistant Prin-
cipal of Activities has been work-
ing in schools for 14 years and
has been at Arroyo for 2 years.
What are Mr. Morris' thoughts
about Arroyo? "Arroyo has al-
ways been a class act. It's nice to
be a part of a winning tradition,"
Mr. Morris said. And his feelings
about the students? "I have been
at 5 different high schools in my
teaching career, and Arroyo stu-
dents encompass the very best of
the things I have experienced at
all the other places." His most
humorous experience while
teaching was while participating
in a faculty talent show, he was
sent a singing telegram for his
birthday. "It was rather risque
and with 700 people in the audi-
ence, I was a little embarrassed."
On a sadder note his most memo-
rable experience was when a man
passed away while participating
in a P.E. class. His favorite hobbie
MRS. WALLACH MR. MOSELY MRS. MAHONEY MRS. ARCHER
BOARD MEMBER BOARD MEMBER BOARD MEMBER BOARD MEMBER
Mrs. MaryLou Woodford works at the activities office Mrs. Linda White, being the reliable person that she is,
and is an important person to students at Arroyo be- can always be counted on to help out at Arroyo, and
cause of her friendly ways. her friendly smile lets us know that she's always glad
to do it!
Ms. Silvia Adame, Aide
Miss Ruth Arellano, Student
Mrs. Edna Betancourt, Head
Mrs. Barbara Cascelli, Career
Mrs. Doris Crain, Office Staff
Mrs. Janet Davis, Special
Ms. Pam Foster, L.A. County
Ms. Cleo Gainey, Special
Education Career Center
Mrs. Delia Gutierrez, Cafeteria
Mrs. Olga Howard, Student
Ms. Tina Kesseling, L.A.
Mrs. Rhonda Logan,
Mrs. Celia Rodriquez, R.0.P.
Mrs. Mary Lujan, L.A. County
Mrs. Dee Maddox, Attendance
Mrs. Pat Mann, Nurse
Ms. Sharon Meenan, Home Ec.
Mrs. Elena Raygosa, Cafeteria
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Ms. Amelia Rueda, Cafeteria
Mrs. Peggy Saraseno, Girls P.Es
Ms. Nancy Stewart, L.A. County
Mrs. Vera Valdiviez, Attendance
Ms. Marilyn Wilson, Cafeteria
Ms. Vivian Wing, Cafeteria
Mrs. Marylou Woodford, Activi-
Ms. Darlene Ziezinski, Student
Mr. Bill Delgado is the
head of the maintenance
dept., and helps out in all
of Arroyo's afterschool
Mrs. Howard is always
thinking of ways to build
school spirit by selling Ar-
royo memorabilla at the
Ms. Kim Rosenburg is
someone the students
can count on when their
stomachs are growling
because she works the
snack bar at the cafete-
Aurelia Bennett has been working at Ar-
royo for 27 years, presently in the guid-
ance office. She says she has students
who's parents were once her former stu-
dents. She feels students here at Arroyo
are an enjoyable group to work with. She
enjoys tennis, reading, dieting and also vis-
iting Joshua Tree.
Peggy Bowman taught for 6 years and
has been a counselor for 25 years. " I enjoy
Arroyo students and am very proud of
them and don't think there is a student
body in the San Gabriel Valley that can
compare to them," she says. Her hobbies
are golf, reading, bridge, and watching TV
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School for 12 years now. He feels Arroyo is
an excellent place to work and agrees that
most of the students at Arroyo are great
people. Mr. Salerno really enjoys working
with such outstanding individuals such as
Rick Blanchard, Linda White, and Doug
Halvorsen. His most memorable teaching
experience was, in fact, two: aj All students
passing the math proficiency exam. by
First MVL BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. His
hobbies are body surfing, weight lifting,
and bicycling. Outside of school he is busy
with his children Gino and Carlo.
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years. She loves teaching at A.H.S. and
strongly feels it is a priveIege,not a re-
quirement for students to attend Arroyo.
Basically our students are great kids. Her
hobbies are golf, tennis, bingo, dancing,
and watching T.V.
Eric Cole taught for 14 years and h
been in guidance for 7. He enjoys workin
with the students and says his job is enjc
able. He likes working on street rods al
says he has a home in Hawaii which l
visits every year for about one month. j
Stephen Hamilton is the coordinator
attendance and has been here at Arro
for 21 years. He feels it's a rewarding
perience because of the good relationsh
with students and staff. " I have alw
enjoyed our students because of th
great diversity. Tennis and Golf are
hobbies, and he also coaches.
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Arroyo, you bet, but l'm not telling- Candy Miller
Students are respectful and proud of their school-
"BASICALLY GOOD KIDS
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"YOU MEAN TEACHERS
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"STUDENTS ARE RESPECT-
FUL AND PROUD OF THEIR
Above: Left: Mr. Morris takes a well desired break, Middle: Mr. Kyne relaxes on the shores of Club Arroyo.
Right: Mrs. Furnald rehearses for her talent show number, "Singin' In The Rain". Far Right: Mr. Sefton
instructs his Practical Math class one, two one, two.
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Left: Open House festivities are lead by Mr. Quinn. Above: Coaches Klein
and Harrison wash just one more car in the softball fund raiser.
Top: The ever happy Mrs. Logan takes time from the switchboard 1
deliver the mail. Left: Mrs. Miller takes aim on her archery student
Right: A lunch break for Mr. White.
Mboveyburing lst and,2nd lunch, Mrs.
isaac checks the students for their lunch
permits. A t
ileftj Open house, Mrs. Furnald and Mrs.
Watson check in the parents as they arrive.
Aguilar, Barbara QEng.l
Bigler, Bob QBus.j
Bravo, Dolores lSci.l
Brown, Harvey QForeign Lang.J
"Some days I think to myself, I
"can't believe I do this for a living."
Buchholz, Mary fEng.l
Busarsky, Kathy QBus.l
Butler, Michael fMathJ
Castaneda, Ginette fEng.J
THOUGHTS ABOUT ARROYO: "Ar-
royo reminds me of a good wine-it
just gets better with age." -Castan-
Colwill, Nona QP.E.j
Costello, Rita lSoc. Sci.J
Dabney, Morris lDept. Head Foreign
Dean, Richard QBus.J
"All the ceiling tiles fell on JefflEng.
teacher, with a room full of stu-
dents and kept on teaching as if
nothing happened." -Dean
DeBraal, Donald QEng.j
Donato, Margaret lEng.l
Dorkowski, Donald fDept. Head H
Dwyer, Sandy lDept. Head Home
THOUGHTS ABOUT ARROYO:
"Gutsy, earthy. Students who do
not care how much you know-but
knows how much you care." -De-
.Feldes, Jim lSci.j
Flores, Michael QForeign Lang.y
Gerke, Mary lDept. Head Sci.J
Getze, George lDept. Head Eng.J
"I like those little trucks that make
the funny loud noises while driving
around the school." -Feldes
Grenzenbach, Stanley lBus.J
Gonzalez, Dorothy QBus.j
Gunstream, Gary QMathj
Hake, Steve QMathj
"I probably would bleed blue, black,
and white. Very loyal 8t proud to be
a knight." -Gunstream
Halpern, Bob lEng.J
Halverson, Doug QSoc. Sci.l
Harrison, Sheila QP.E.J
Henneforth, Gary fSoc. Sci.J
HUMOROUS THOUGHT: "Teaching
with McKeIvie and explaining how
to turn on a T.V." -Halverson
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Hirigoyen, Larry QMathj
Hoffman, Esther lEng.J
Karklins, Loma lSoc. Sci.i
HUMOROUS THOUGHT: "That
these students might one day rule
the world." -Hirigoyen
Kelley, James Und. Artsj
Kelley, Richard fPer. Arts Dept.
Kleine, Michael QP.E. Dept headj
Koch, Ted QMathl
Koprcina, Paula lHome Ec.j
Kuhn, Frank lSci.J
Kyne, Joel lSpec. Ed.J
Laun, Melinda QForeign Lang.J
THOUGHTS ABOUT ARROYO: "Too
much candy and junk food sold by
clubs and cafeteria." -Kuhn
Loewen, Bret lEng.J
MacKinnon, Don lP.E.J
Maitland, Jeen QCar. Cen.l
McGinnis, Pat lMath Dept. headj
Mclllwain, William fSci.J
McKeIvie, Clyde lSoc. Sci.l
Miller, Candace lP.E.l
Morgan, Peggy QSpec. Ed.i
OTHER ACTIVlTlES:"You mean
teachers are human and have life
after Arroyo? You bet but l'm not
telling . . . or maybe its my memory
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Pace, Eugene QMathj
Palmer, Sandra lSpec. Ed. Dept
Peel, Mary lLib. Sci. Dept. heady
in the door on a rainy day and fly
across the room and land flat on my
Pencall, Constance lEng.l
Pilon, Kristin fArtJ
Pollock, Brad QSci.J
Pope, Michael lSoc. Sci.l
"A boy brought in live snails cov-
ered with white frosting for a Christ-
mas treat." -Pencall
Randol, Howard Und. Artsj
Richardson, Keith QForeign Langg
Russell, Roy fBus.J
Sainz, Sam QSpec. Ed.,
HUMOROUS THOUGHT:"Some of
the things students say in cIass-sub-
ject not repeatable." -Russell
Sefton, .lim QP.E.J
Shephard, Geoffrey fMathJ
Shively, Robert Und. Artsl
Sorce, Chris QSoc. Sci.J
HUMOROUS THOUGHT: "A drivers
ed. car hit the steps on portable rm.
76 and the class could not exit." -
Sorenson, Robert QP.E.l
Sutton, Fredrick fSoc. Sci.J
Sypherd, Edward lMathJ
Thomas, Linda lSpec. Ed.J
"1958 Grad. of Arroyo High
Schoolllst Grad cIass.jGIad to be
Vorobieff, Victor lP.E.j
Warden, Larry lPer. Artsl
Watson, Myrtle lNurseJ
White, Richard QArt Dept. headj
HUMOROUS THOUGHT:"Too funny
to teII." -Watson
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RROYO HIGH SCHOOL
Being president of Arroyo's Choirs is no easy
task, but 198788 president Betsy Holm did the
job with grace and style.
Vicepresident Therese Fowler did a fine job in
supporting the choirs. Therese has been part of
the music vocal department throughout her
high school career.
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Garcia, Katrina Haro, Shawn Dolhy, Alex Guerrero, Robert Osterkamp, Brad King, Desirea McCoy, J
Pate, Heather Holcomb, Kim Vetterick, Jean Chadwick, Ken Mattson, Betsy Holm, Stacy Osterka
ACappeIla singers giving it their ali. Misty and Stacey show us that there is much more tl
choir than just singing.
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,cobedo, Mike Max Maze, Kelly Evans, Lisa Lagares, N Misty Tidwell, Krista Eubanks, Christine
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their strive towards musical harmony and per-
Senior Sandy Randazzo studies her complicated
The ACappeIla Choir has always had
a long-standing tradition of being
among the finest. This year was no ex-
ception as the choir was asked to per-
form at many different functions.
Members of ACappelIa are dedicated
and hard-working, devoting much
time and effort to rehearsals and per-
formances. Who will ever forget the
drudgery of Tuesday night rehearsals
or Mr. Warden's urging to, "Use your
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92 Chamber Choir
ln Alphabetical Order: Cherly Barber, Wendy Barney, Melissa Borquez, Sandra Diaz, April Galindo, Shannon Garcia, Jill Groves, Linda Grudzinski,
Nadara Guerrero, Christine Gutierrez, Olga Gutierrez, Melissa Kaplan, April Lemire, Denise Marmolejo, Christine Marquez, Victoria Martinez,
Janenne McKnight, Diane Redondo, Christine Renten, Maria Rivas, Cassandra Rojas, Renee Sanchez, Mari Turner
enise Marmolejo enjoys herself at an Arroyo The Aeolian choir sang well in the Christmas Renee Sanchez shows a thoughtful look.
aotball game. performance done for the Arroyo students.
The Aeolian choir is a select group comprised of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students who enjoy singing.
Different styles of music are experienced and explored by the Aeolian choir. The students gain real insight on music
and the feeling of singing with a group.
25 . K
MI ED CHORUS
In Alphabetical Order: Monique Aguilar, Kristin Allen, Rachael Allender, Jennifer Baird, Inez Barberena, Magdalena Barbosa, Daphne Biurrea,
Martha Blancas, Holly Buck, Raechel Ceroni, Veronica Delreal, Victoria Delrico, Mercy lrigoyen, Dianne Krager, Nina Kunimoto, Kendra Laing,
Ada Lopez, Kimberly Lujan, Cynthia Marmolejo, Jennifer Martinez, Samantha Miranda, Florida Morales, Susan Myers, Judy Natera, Alicia
Roman, Olivia Ruiz, Sandra Sarmiento, Sandra Smith, Khai Tang, Erika Velazquez, Pamela Vetterick, Parnatda Warasopun.
If Raechel Ceroni isn't singing her heart away in the chorus, she's on the SUSBI1 MYGYS d0eSn'f Seem f00 h3PPY to have her Pic'
stands cheering on our Arroyo athletes. ture Taken-
This is the first stage of singing for girls at Arroyo. Being a part of this group is a memorable experience and the girls
are taught to develop their confidence. The importance of maintaining a good attitude to have a successful group is
THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Mr. Quinn narrates a stirring rendition to the Christmas story.
Mr. Kelley accompa-
nies the choirs
Mr. Warden directs the sounds of the holiday sea-
Students await the beginning of the holiday vacation.
Being President for the Arroyo Knights Band is a
responsible position, but Lori Wilson sure tack-
y Jennifer Groves
Jennifer Groves, also, took a great responsibility
and stood behind Lori as the Vice President.
A Knightly salute
Rnovo HIGH scHoo
Yvonnedkbasta Ruben Alarcon, Racheal Allender, Joshua Alvarenga Art A1
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Momifue Armenta, Neil Ballecer, Mike Baltierra, Elena Bernal, Curtis Bomar, li
Burrescia, Yvette Burton, Eli Camparo, Patti Carranza, Steve Ceroni, Tim Chen
Monique Churchill, Lionel Cooper, Bri ISL ello, Jeff Cox, Tracy Cox, .1
DeLao, Katina Durham, Kelly Evar?,M5?cie Faire iid, Melissa Freet, .lon Gil
Charlene Godonez, Jeni Groves, il V6Ej"Tla'dara Guerrero, Carla Gutier
John Hall, Joaquin Hernandez, Lisa Hernandez, Marty Herrera, Heather Holco
The wild side of Band. Let the music play!
ARCHI G BAN
hy Ianno, Richard Lambdin, Marie Lanoy, Dave Lazaro, Anseley Lee, Anne Marie
Easpe, Jenny Li, Jeanette Lopez, Kevin Lopez, Jill Martinez, Rhea Mendoza,
ltalie Nunez, Sheri O'Brien, Gus Olmos, Melissa Ontiveros, Michelle Ortegon,
ith Pinneger, Tahja Pino, Jason Prechtl, Sonia Ramirez, Rusty Reagan, Mike
yes, Yvonne Rodriguez, Racheal Romero, Gabriel Rueda, Sandy Schowen, Luis
rrano, Ben Siders, Gina Stratton, Denise Thain, Pasqual Torres, Tien Tran,
uristine Walker, Becky Wells, Lori Wilson, Rochelle Wilson, Nathan Young.
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Working together, as a group, is an important
part to Band.
Friendship is also an important essential to the
The Knights' Band consists of in-
strumentalists and dancers that strive
to put on an entertaining show. The
band is proud of its winning traditions.
Awards include, performing at the Na-
tional Freedom Bowl Festival, West Co-
vina Field Show Tournament and the
Lester Oaks Band Review. The concert
band performs well at all showings and
is a big part of the band. lts flash-
rankers add a special touch to the al-
ready spectacular sounds and effects.
The Bands' success throughout the
year is found through competitions
and awards. This year the band has
represented us in the best way . . . The
DR M M IOR
Anseley Lee is the 1987-88 Knights
Band Drum Major. Anseley is a fourth
year clarinet player in the band and
has played first chair for two years. He
has won over 40 awards as a drum
major and has played in the Citrus Col-
lege Honor Band, and the P.C.C. Tour-
nament of Roses Honor Band.
Kelly Evans is the 1987-1988 Head
Flashranker. Kelley is a second year
band member and serves as the Lan-
cerette Captain, Drill Team Co-Cap-
tain, and a member of the Dance
Team! She placed third as a military
soloist at camp this summer.
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Drum Major and Head Flashranker
Lront:JiIl Martinez,Natalie Nunez,Michelle Ortegon. MiddIe:Charlene Godonez,Racheal AlIender,Ailyn Carmona, Jill
-roves. Back:Sonia Ramirez,Marcie Fairchild
The Knights Band Jester team works
hard to achieve excellence in both
military and dance styles. They add
the snap and flash to the drill team on
the street and the sparkle on the field.
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The Knights Band Lancerettes are a as
small precision team who specialize in sell
military style routines. They also work irT
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girls who are experts in twirling ba-
tons. They work with the other flash-
ranker teams as tall flags and dance-
drill members for field shows and pa-
rades. The Majorettes also twirl knives
and fire batons in various coompeti-
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group that specializes in dance style
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dance-drill routines for field shows
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flags. They add color to the Knights
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the woods I see
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walking hand in hand
our love is true
BRENT PERRY AN
SHANN N GARCIA
STAR I " AVID A
This year the Arroyo performing Arts Department presented the play
and Lisa", by James Reach. Adapted from the book by Theodore
The story plot, which envolved two psychologically disturbed people
other through self introspection was played beautifully by
Brent Perry fDavldJ, and sophomore Shannon Garcia QLisay.
all the characters, especially the leading characters were
said senior ithespianl, Marla Jarquin,
Jorge Alverez, Donna Natham, Jose Arias, Haydee Gonzalez, Tina Pen-
Llonel Cooper, and Karine Moriority, also did a wonderful job in their
was great!", said assistant prlnclpal, Dan Morris," I can't wait until
What will be next for the outstanding Drama Classes ?? , . , Well what
their choice, Arroyo students can expect another great perfor-
hls interests change.
expands his range,
passive enjoyment, And so he
Retirement, leisure, social security filed,
His son presents a new grandchild,
Then he has come . . .
- Rich White
LTo Brandon and his grandpal.
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no regrets." M3
Byron Cantrall, Edith Tombol
Ruben Garcia, Diane Betts
Greg Rodriguez, Lorena Guiterrez
Here it is! ... The 1988 Senior Poll!
Each year the Senior Class votes for
candidates to fill several categories.
The two people lone male and one fe-
malel, in each category, with the most
votes win the category.
Yes, these are the people who will
always be remembered for the way
they look, dress, perform, or behave!
These people are greatly appreciated
. . . Because without them four years
would be pretty boring!
To be chosen for the Senior Poll is a
great honor, and very special for
graduating Seniors. We are extremely
proud of the Class of '88! May good
luck be plentiful throughout each of
And now the Shield proudly pre-
sents the 1988 Senior Poll winners . ..
Derrick Powers, Joey Gilliam
Jason Thomas, Tina Magallanez
Bob Brogan, Tanya Kaysen
Neil Truax, Marcela Castano
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Ray Barajas, lunshown-Julie Nelsonl Jimmy Rodriguez, Missy Aragon Jason MacLellan, Kim Barnes
Rick Cordova Lori Luster Frank Sosa Robin Palmer
MOST INVOLVED MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED MOST ATHLETIC
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MOST TALENTED CRAZIEST
fUnshown Raul Almanzan Betsy Holm Paulo Lopez Stacy Smith
PRETTIEST EYES MOST SCHOLASTIC MOST LIKELY TO INVADE RUSSIA
Jeff Gllkey Jennifer Dummg Thomas Lin Christine Llsko Eric Geppert Kari Hart
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with a gracious greeting, 8.Diane Betts
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This year, our Varsity Foot-
ball team is strong and mighty!
One of the Arroyo Senior's fa-
vorite past times this year, as
always, was cheering our team
on to victories. Nothing could
be more exciting than watch-
ing our team come from be-
hind to take the lead and win.
Remember all those cold,
stormy nights and the "hot
chocoIate" we bought at the
snack bar? Remember sitting
with your friends? That's the
stuff Knights are made of
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That 5 the 5P""t' Arroyo S 5P"'t has 0bV'0u5'y 'mproved this year. It helped boost the spirit of the entire student
this year. This was apparent in the tremendous success of body-
unchtime activities. Pictured here are two seniors support-
ng their favorite football team. Arroyo always has a good
turnout of fans at football games on Friday nights whether
:ur Knights are home or away. '88 has kept that spirit!
John Batres Vicky Beecher ulissa Belt
,X Bernadette Bernal Ronald Bessera Diane Betts Charyl ne Blackwell
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If Jack Rodriguez appears to be
overwhelmed by what he is reading,
it's probably because he is. But he's
not alone. Senior year may be a time
to party and have fun, but it is also a
time to get in those college applica-
tions. It is no longer enough to have
terrific grades because now colleges
are demanding more.
The competition is much tougher.
The best thing to do is to make sure
you are well rounded socially as well as
academically. So if you ever thought
that the school club scene just wasn't
for you ... think again!
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PURSUING BASEBALL ... How many boys dream of being a star
on a high school Varsity baseball team? Almost every little boy.
Paco Chavez has made that dream a reality. Paco has played varsity
baseball since his sophomore year. By his junior year Paco boasted
such awards asg M.V.P. lmost valuable playerj of the 1987 Arroyo
Varsity Baseball team. Paco has been named to 1st team all league,
1st team all C.l.F., 2nd team all valley, and he was honored as
M.V.P. of the Mission Valley League. Paco plans to get a scholar-
ship to a good baseball oriented school . . . And maybe someday
make the big leagues.
ltop leftl Paco has been playing since he was a little boy. ftop rightl lt's good to
get an early start.
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UNCLE SAM wants YOU! Seniors your time is drawing
near . . . A good portion of you are voluntarily going into
military service after graduation. lWhy?!J Mostly to get a
good education , travel or get started in a lifetime career .
Uncle Sam also requires all young men when they reach
the age of eighteen to enlist for emergency military action
or face a fine of 5250.00 or more!
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many other seniors, will at-
tend college after gradu-
ation. A recent survey indi-
cated that about 43'Ma of col-
lege bound seniors are un-
decided about which school
to apply to. Many admit that
they sometimes rule out
schools that are too far
away or too expensive, while
others feel that for the first
two years it is better to go to
a near by, smaller school.
Many students at Arroyo
rely on the Knights' Banner,
the schooI's bi-monthly
newspaper, to keep them in-
formed on what goes on at
Jeffrey Gilkey Joey Gilliam
Cecilia Gomez Andrea Gonzales
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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A
FOOTBALL CAPTAIN Anyone
watching an Arroyo football
game can't help but notice
Jason MacLelIan. Jason has
been playing since age eight!
His father enrolled him in
youth football nine years ago
and he's been happily playing
ever since. Jason doesn't stop
at football however, he also ex-
cels in track. Qpole vaulting
and sprintingj. Jasons talents
allow him to go far and exceed
many Several more good
memories will surely come his
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Linda Hoa Gary Hobbs Kristl Hofheimer
Mary Hopkins Quoc Tuan Hua Van Thi Thu Hua Manuel Huerta
BATRES . . . THE DYNASTY CONTIN-
ES! Batres. When that name is heard
1at comes to mind? The number 13
lould. Why 13? Because John Batres
part of this number. This dynasty
ls been sounding in the halls of Ar-
yo for quite some time. Leadership
nd respect also follows the Batres
nme. Johnny sets a perfect example
that as Senior class President. He
as also president of the class of '88
ir first year at Arroyo. Johnny has
so been the captain of two football
ams and received the American Le-
John plans to become a firefighter
id help people in need. Here's a very
Senior Johnny Batres "BOOGIES
away his senior worries. Hmm ..
sharp dresser. What a Knight!
NEW SPIRIT ...
Whats happening to ou
school spirit ? lt's GROWING
Thanks to the new club, thi
year ,King Richards Court .Be
cause of these fine brave men .
majority of people are follow
ing thier examples and reallj
getting involved with schoo
activites.The King Richard
Club ,is a club in which anyont
can join, but Caution thesl
people are known for being crs
zy!They participate in all Iunc
time activities. They also sup
port all athletic groups ant
functions. These people ar'
truly spirited . . , they deserve,
hand. The Richards club will al
ways be remembered, the
make Arroyo a more fun am
pleasant place to be.
Sherif Hunein Edna lbarra Frank Imperial
Leticia Jimenez Myleena Jones Patricia Juarez Amy Kasten
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Of course everyone has one
rf those days, when your body
iasn't been awake since the
irevious nightg Your eyes are
nlurry, it's hard to focus. Peo-
ile blurt "Hi!" to you as you
nanage to straggle down the
iall, you look straight at them
:ut somehow fail to see them,
lor realize what's happening.
t's only Thursday, and you still
iave Friday to go ,. . It's only
.econd period . . . For some
'eason you can't sit still as the
eacher lectures about algo-
'ithm, or tangents, or some-
hing ... So you sit there and
loat away, into a world all your
mwn ,,, And the day goes by a
ittle quicker. ..
Christina Magallanez Jeanette Magner Michael Maine
Matthew Maliglig Ana Malvido Kevin Mante
Ever wonder what really goes on in these
honors classes? Well, here's the Senior AP
English class on a typical day discussing
Chaucer, Shakespeare, and The Cosby
Show. While Arroyo does offer a variety of
AP courses, we are still at a disadvantage
when compared to other schools where the
AP courses are very competitive. "It is diffi-
cult to compete with other students from
different high-schools where their AP
courses are offered since their freshman
year. And in almost every subject too," ex-
plained one concerned college-bound sen-
Brian Martinez Eric Martinez Jenny Martinez
Kenneth Mattson Desirea McCoy Patrick McKiernan
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THE RUSH OF THE CRUSH - inquiring minds wanted to
know how many crushes the average senior has throughout
his high school career. Out of senoirs polled , 50W said that
they had liked more than two people! "There's a lot of
pretty girls in our class ."said one source fWho admitted
he has liked a mere thirteenj
One senior girl admitted ,"I like to go to all the dances ,
have fun ,and socialize.lf I went with one guy to everything
it would be boring .fThey run out of moneyl. So I go with a
different guy each time."
"All the good people are taken ",stated one senior ,which
30'Ma of the pollers agreed."When your used to seeing two
people together, Your scared to approach one even after
they have broken up."
The last 20M of seniors stated that they have had a
steady mate throughout most of high school. "I'm pretty
mellow when it comes to those things. I enjoy someone
who knows me well ,and that l've shared good memories
with." said one female senior.
Poll findings show that the average female is entranced
with four boys QMen?J during her career, and the average
male is found to have liked a shy seven girls.Undergrads
start your lists!
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pringer of course! Jon is well-known land Iikedj at Arroyo.
ut there is something we at Arroyo don't know about . . .
is talent in archery. Jon has been in archery for eight
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coordinated, and topping that, a very good sport. Here's to
you, Jon Springer! BuIl's Eye!
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car is not all it's cracked up to be. People who drive their then find yourself stranded when the engine or some oth
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Could there really be a thing such as
SAT-phobia? If you really want to find
out, just casually mention the word
SAT in a small crowd of seniors and
watch the frightened reactions.
Agreed, though, that most 12th grad-
ers find this test the most trying in
their whole high-school experience.
Cries such as 'too hard', 'why me', and
'who cares', are some of the most
heard complaints around our campus.
Incredibly, however, is the fact of
Christine Lisko, who just decided to
tackle it and score a 1270. Whereas an
average score is about 800, who do
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and did their best? Believe it when
you're told the SAT is the biggest test
of your life, but it is an important
exam that could make or break your
chances of entering the college of
Whos'name has been mentioned time and time again in major
news papers ? Why it's Rick Fuller. The biggest guy on cam-
pus. f6'8", Two-hundred and seventy pounds!J Rick has set numer-
ous records at Arroyo in track. Q shot put and discus JRick enjoys
track over football, another sport which he dominates.Ricks out-
standing atheletic talents make him a target for major universities-
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make BIG dreams.
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1987 VOLLEYBALL M.V.P.
Anita Paggao ...When I think of that name, l
think of a petite 5'3" pretty philipino girl with a
great smile. However that's not all Anita Paggao is
During her four years at Arroyo Anita has done
some very outstanding feats. Athletically Anita is
top-notch, always the best in what ever she partici-
Among her achievements areg Track: 2nd team
All League in her Freshman, and Sophomore years,
lst Team All League, Junior and Senior years, Anita
broke the standing records for the Long Jump and
Triple Jump, by her Junior year. Anita was also
honored as M.V.P. of Field Events.
Anita has also lettered Varsity in Basketball,
where she has also earned numerous awards.
As everyone knows Anita Paggao also plays Vol-
leyball. l mean she plays VOLLEYBALL. Anita is
known to have secret springs in her legs she
delivers a pretty mean spike. lAmong other thingsll
Anita being the excellent player she is, made Varsi-
ty her freshman year QA rariety in girls athleticsl. ln
her Junior year, Anita was awarded 2nd Team All
League, and by her Senior year, lst Team All
League, and honored as Mission Valley League Most
"I was overwhelmed and shocked", said Paggao.
To top off her Senior year, Anita was chosen as
Most Athletic in the Senior Poll, a true reward be-
cause Senior peers elect the winners. "That's what I
wanted"!!! replied Paggao. Anita what is Arroyo go-
ing to do without you?!!!
Look at those dimples!
THE WIND THAT BLEW
It was December 11, 1987, the last game of C.l.F.
Football. Arroyo had achieved the ultimate . . . For the
second year in a row, the knights had reached the C.I.F.
Finals. Were the defending C.I.F. champions going to
win a second title?
The match would be held at Cajon High School. The
home of the Cajon Cowboys. Victories against Glad-
stone, Apple Valley, and Victor Valley were behind
them now .,. Six months of conditioning, dieting and
practice had come down to this night.
As the teams arrived fierce winds gusting 30-55
miles-per-hour swept through the stadium. In order to
win, the Knights had to conquer mother nature, as well
as Cajon. The Cowboys being used to these conditions
had an automatic advantage.
To start off, in the first quarter of play, Cajon scored
with a touchdown. Seconds later Arroyo came back
scoring as Jason MacLeIIan ran a six yard touch down
to raise the score to 6-7. As the wind streamed on so did
Cajon . . . The final score was an unforgetable 44-6.
"The weather really hurt us. It's ridiculous. We
couIdn't even throw the ball in this weather." said
Willie Reyna. The Cajon coach Chuck Petterson ad-
mitted, "The wind did affect their passing game". Over
all the Knights had a great season. Now lets talk about
next year . . .
KLEINE TAKES VARSITY
Any girl trying out for softball this year noticed
something different , . . The new head varsity coach is
Mike Kleine. lYes, coach Kleine the football coachlj
Coach Mike Kleine took the coach-less team because
he wanted a new challenge. Kleine has been coaching
for over twenty years. Coach Kleine is very optimistic
about the varsity team.
Assisting head coach Mike Kleine is Richard White
lShieId Staff advisorl. "We're good friends," said
White, "l'm excited to try something different." "We're
looking forward to a great season."
With six returning Varsity players, there are a few
vital openings which will be filled with new prospects.
Senior, Sarah Springer, was thrilled about the new
coaching situation. "It's nice to have a new coach who
is friendly AND open minded." Senior Michelle
Nunemaker was also very optimistic about the new
coaches, "l'm excited anybody has a chance to
All the girls are very happy with the change. "By next
fall there will be another C.I.F. Banner in the gym!",
replied White. For the '87 Mission Valley Champs it's a
California State Champ, Jaime Ortega
CROSS COUNTRY NAMED
NO. 1 IN NATION
For the first time in Arroyo high schools' histor
the Boys Cross Country Team has accomplishs
the imperceptible ... The team won the first eve
California State Championships. They then a
vanced to the Nationals, in Los Angeles, where th-
competed against the top runners in the Unit:
The Cross Country Journal named Arroyo nul
ber 1 in the nation.
Leading the team at the state and league Ieve
were the "Fab Four", seniors Jaime Ortega, Je
Gilkey, Derrick Powers and Gerardo Puentes, wl
made outstanding contributions to the team.
The "Fab Four" also "ran away" with top hono
such asg L.A. County lst team, All C.l.F. 1st teal
All State 1st team, All Valley 1st team, All San G
briel 1st team, Mission Valley League C.I.F. Char
pions, State Champions, and National Champion
"Any race we ran, we won", said Senior Derri:
Powers, lStanford Invitational Winnerl "The cla
of '88 Varsity Cross Country team has never lost
meet in all four years."
The M.V.P. of the team, Jaime Ortega, was tru
exceptional. His honors fincluding the above
coursell boast, Mission Valley League Champio
All Western United States 1st team, All National
team, and All American 1st team. These names
be remembered as long as the C.I.F. Plaque shin
. . . Forever.
0'Rourke "hares" all
Good job, Doug!
Frosh-soph runners kicking back before their race.
Don't fall off the horse!
"Blue pride. Yeah,
we got blue pride.
Yeah, eah we got
BOY S ATHLETICS
The Fall sports program this yaar started our school year with a big
bang, The Varsity Football team again won the Mission Valley
League Championship and advanced tothe Southeastern Center'
ence Championship game. Unfortunately, due to a major wind
storm and the lack of a neutral Held the Knights were defeated by
Cajcn High School. The team members had many league awards
and throng Willie Reyna, Frank Imperial and Rick Fuller were named
All-CIF. The JV and Fresh football teams also enjoyed a fine fall
While the football teams were enjoying success, the Cross Country
Teams were on a route of major accomplishment. The Varsity, .IV
and FroshfSoph teams all earned undefeated Mission Valley
League seasons and charnplonshlps, The Varsity then continued on
and won the 3-A CIF Championship. The next stop lor the Knights
was the State Meet in Fresno. They became the first ever State
Cross Country Champions in hlstory by a land slide, Jaime Ortega.
Derrick Powers, Jef! Gilkay and Gerardo Fuentes were named All-
State. The team then competed in a National timed event, and on
the basls of their time were declared National Champions. As a
result of his efforts Jalme Ortega was named and All- American.
After this line stan, the Winter sports were not to be left behind.
The Basketball teams enjoyed a very fine season with the Varsity
qualifying for the CIF Play-offs. Unfortunately lor the Knights. they
were defeated by a fine South Hills team in their first game. While
the ball was going in the hoop in the gym, the Soccer Team was
enjoying a great season. Playing tough against Keppel bu! loosing
the League Championship by scores of 1-0 and 2-1 they advanced
to the CIF Playvofis but were eliminated by Saddleback in the
second round, Thls activity wasn'i enough for the Knights ln the
Winter. The Varsity Wrestling team enjoyed perhaps its finest sea'
son in quite a while In the Mission Valley League Finals, the team
was able to earn enough places to send 9 wrestlers to the CIF llnals
at Rosemead High School, The team did not earn a champion, but
did qualify three wrestlers to the State Meet in Stockton. Neil
Truax and Robert Escchedo represented their school well, but
came up short of a medal. However. Marcos Carranza was able to
win all his matches at the State Meet and
won the 115 pound Championship, '
bright. The Baseball teams are all enjo -
ing winning seasons and all are favored ,- '
to win me Mission Valley League Chame
pionships. The Tennis teams were enjoy! A '
ing new revival and are undefeated and
expected to challenge Keppel High V
School for me League title, The Gymnas-
tics team is headed for a fine season as
their competition is set to begin, The
three levels oi Track are all expected to Mr Sefton
win or at least challenge lor the league
title with the Varsity Track team expected to produce a challenge
forthe CIF andfor State Champsonships, In the process, it ls possl-
ble that Arroyo could have at least three individual State Champion
challengers Rick Fuller in the Shot Put and Discus, Mike Deith in
the Pole Vault and Jaime Ortega in the Mile and Two Mile.
What a fantastlc year. lt is wonderful to he on or near the top at all
levels in all sports, 1987-88 will he another year long remembered
in the accomplishments of a great high school Y ARRDYO.
The Spring sports scene is every hi! as ,
The Girl's Athletic program has
had tremendous impact on the
overall educational atmosphere
at Arroyo Through participation
an sports, an mdlvldual reallzes
the smportance of dedlcatlon,
teamwork, the acceptance of de
feat, the exhllaratlon of success,
and the Increased value of aca
demlc achievement The quality
of talent at Arroyo has been re
flected ln the numerous cham
pxonshlps the gurls
have captured We
are proud of our
teams for all they
experience, for all
they contribute to
ment and Arroyo
tradntnon Thank You' Mrs Maller
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The Varsity team shows their stuff at the Woodbridge Invitational Cross
The Boys' Varsity Cross Country Team had an outstand-
ing year, including another Mission Valley League Cham-
pionship.The Knights' were led by Derrick Pcwers,Gerardo
Puentes,Jeff Gilkey, Mike Deitch,and Jaime 0rtega.These
runners are ranked among the top runners in the western
United States.This is surely the greatest year in the history
of Arroyo.CongratuIations on a very fine season. The Girls'
Cross Country Team had another fine season . Contribut-
ing to the team were Jennifer Durning, Diana Perez, Chris-
tine Yoshida, and Claudia Galvan. Also helping to make a
very good season were Dennise Hanson,Virginia Granados,
and Raquel Salvador.
CROSS COU TRY
Back row left to rightgJohn Perez, Tito Haes , Paulo Lopez , Juan Cortes, Juan Garcia , Richard
Hernandez . Front row left to right, Nick Calderon , .Qck Rodriguez .
An outstanding group of sophomores
helped the Frosh - Soph Cross Country
team have a winning season again this
year. The team was headed by Bill Grie-
The Junior Varsity team complete
its ninth straight undefeated seaso
and won its ninth straight Misson Va
ley League Championship. Th
Knights were led by Julio Rivas, Eval
ado Chavez, John Garcia , Nick Car
dido , John Perez , and Richard Hel
nandez. Their combined talents mad
Arroyo a formidable team in compet
tion. Arroyo's Junior Varsity team ha
another record breaking year.
bel, Eddy Hodder, Victor Garcia, Felix Da-
vila, and Claude Gonzales. In addition
there was one of the greatest freshman V
classes to ever enter Arroyo which was
led by Willie Garcia, Braulio Gallegos, ' '
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Garcia, Victor Garcia, Claude Gonzales, Bill Griebel, David Grule, Luis Gutierrez, Jerry LopeJ
John Magallanes, Steve Meza, Al Miramontes, Orlando Montes, Rademas Montes, Pablo Moya
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Mission Valley League Champs
Boys Varsity, IV,
laime Ortega-Mission Valley League Runner of the Year-Varsity
Everardo Chavez-Mission Valley League Runner of the Year-l.V.
Bill Griebel-Mission Valley League Runner of the Year-Frosh-Soph
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GIRLS' VARSITY TENN S
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Trang Pham Shannon Phillips Tran Tran
Loida Woo Coach Hermesch Unshown:Vicki Cheney
The year 1987 has been a rebuilding year for our tennis program. Our Varsity
team has had one returning player, My Ao, who is a four-year Ietterman. The new
members of the Varsity team are seniors Tanya Kaysen, Tran Tran, My Ao, and
Vicki Cheney. Junior members are Shannon Phillips, Loida Woo and Liana Mendez.
Our sophomores are May Dullavin and Trang Pham.
The entire team has improved over the season. We are really looking forward to
next year with six returning players and a much improved J.V. Team.
Girls' Varsity Tennis
GIRL ' I.V. TENN S
lleft to rlghtl Elenor Florenclo Celia Almanzan Marla Ortega, Nguoc Tang, Iok Him, Diana Barker, Natalie Valenzuela Ming Fun Warasopun
Jennifer Wolfard Susan Hwangpo Qayen Trang Amy Ng, Pilam Acosta Sherry Zhou ,
The J.V. Tennis team
played many close
matches. Three were
tied and lost by total
game scores. It was the
first year of competi-
tive league play for all
the girIs.Sherry Zhou
played in the number
one singles position
and won 14 of 21 set-
s.Iok Lim and Ngouc
Tang were a doubles
team who were tough
moved from doubles to
singles for a couple of
matches and did a
good job there too.Jen-
nifer Wolfard was
elected as Captain and
Pilam Acosta filled the
Co- Captain sport.
Girls' l.V. Tennis
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The tradition of winning held true again this year as
Varsity Volleyball claimed title of Mission Valley League
Champions. Led by six returning varsity players, Kim
Burns, Marcela Castano, Maria Jarquin, Anita Paggao, Bet-
ty Perez, and Julie Todd, the knights demonstrated that
experience and the motivation to win are ingredients to a
successful season. The end of this year marks not only a
great accomplishment, but also another year of wonderful
experiences. The team has been memorable in spirit and in
heart and I would like to thank them for being so special.
Julie Todd Coach Candy Miller
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Top row: Jenny Martinez, Cammy Lynn,
Middle row: Terri Walker, Cindy DeLosan-
geles, Lori Luster, Vicky Martinez, Donna
Villalobos. Bottom row: Sara Springer,
Patty Castellanos, Sandra Diaz.
proving their skills, and
the results were evident
in their playing. Our J.V.
team plays real volley-
ball, in contrast to many
of our competitors, who
are just concentrating on
getting the ball over the
net. I believe that the
girls on the J.V. team also
learned some important
things about what it
means to be a team
how to work together and
how to benefit from con-
structive criticism. I hope
that these are the things
the girls have gained
from this experience and
not who won or lost or
who scored the points.
Thanks to Vicky Mar-
tinez, our Captain, for
her support and hard
work keeping everyone
together, to Sarah
Springer, our Co-Captain,
who always had a sense of
humor, and to Jacqui
Rettura, our Team Man-
ager. A very special
thanks to Mr. Jim Feldes
for his assistance and
support of us in our ef-
Alex Rios Steve Correa
Greg Rodriguez Chad Plaisted
Frank Imperial Elias Torres
1 58 Varsity Football
Arroyo Varsity Football Team was
ranked 41 in CIF in preseason polls for
the second year in a row. This year's
team hopes to win a fourth consecu-
tive Mission Valley League Champion-
ship. The team is led by its' three sen-
ior captains Jason MacLelIan, Frank
Imperial, and Eric Martinez. Other
players who are going to play key roles
in winning another championship are
Rick Fuller, Willie Reyna, Mike Cabral,
Paco Chavez, Marc Chavarria, Mike
Ayon, and Javier Holguin. The Knights
are currently 2-O in League and are
hoping to make it 3-0 with a Home-
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Middle Row QL RJ Cruz Alvarado Dominic Jimenez Jorge Fazzini, Jerry Davalos, Jose Mireles, Drake Newman, Hector Torres, Jeff Braxton.
Top Row QL RJ Ramiro Flores Mark Rubalcava Alex Guerrero, Jason Remus, Rob Hoyt, Anthony Ayon, Chris Read, Steve Vaporis.
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fense, led by quarterback Cl
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the Knights have always be
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Jason Remus and Dominic
menez will be the backbone
the defense, along with Je
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Others playing key roles on
fense will be Anthony Ay
Ramiro Flores, and Tony W
FRESHMAN room LL
The 1987 FRESHMEN FOOT-
LL TEAM started workouts
August with 72 young
ights going out for the
um. By the time league start-
in September, there were
players that made it
'ough the long hours of
lctice and conditioning.
l'he new Knights have a lot
live up to since our fresh-
an teams have won the
ague Championship for the
t four consecutive years in-
rding 17 shut-outs in the last
.eading this year's team will
Tony Garcia, Caesar Flores,
minic Martinez, Philip Cruz,
lrk Granados, and Steve
fntoya on the offensive line.
the backfield will be Rud
1enez, Eric Chavarria, Chrig
zobson, Dan Vasquez, and
n Romero. On defense the
ights will be led by Oscar
rez, Orlando Berreras, Bob
nahoo, Ethan Toste, Dan
allano, Saul Salinas, and
d Romero. Doing the pass
:ching will be Carlos Bara-
, Felipe Ramirez, Eddie Sa-
r, and Joe Valenzuela.
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Coach J. Woolery
ASKETB LL HOMECOMI G
Seniors: Marcela Castano and Bob Brogan.
The Knights ...
This year, our 1988 Bas-
ketball Homecoming court
was, as always, a real win-
ner. Shannon Keeling and
Eric Martinez were crowned
Lady and Knight. CNothing
new to Eric since this is his
fourth consecutive year . . .
give the other guys a break,
Ericll. Congratulations to
Shannon gets her crown.
Seniors: Robin Palmer and Jim Rodriguez
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Sophomores: Alicia Marone and Juniors: Denise Marmeljo and Paul Freshmen: Adela Rodriguez and
Tim Clark, Marquecho. Mike Duarte
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This Year's Knight Basketball team lack experiance and height, but make up for these shortcomings with hustle,
desire, and traditional intensity. Chris Hernandez and Willie Reyna are the only returnees. Four outstanding players
from last years J.V. team are: Hobbs, Holguin, Lamb, and Hernandez. One from the Sophomore team: Acosta, and one
from the Frosh team: Ruiz. Darge Gonzales did not play last year but has done quite well this year. We expect to be
competitive for a C.l.F playoff spot this year.
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Yes, We Are Studs!
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Top Row lLeft to Righty: Robert Ostercamp, Mike Barajas, Kevin Angelos, Brian Sorensen, Mike Acosta.
Bottom Row lLeft to Rightl: Ray Marquez, James Wang Po, Thain Tran, George Weiser.
The J.V. Basketball team is red hot.
With experience on their side and tal-
ent to boot, these Knights can't lose.
Coach Mallary plans to keep the guys
in top shape. The competition will
never know what hit them. But, no
matter what the score, one thing is
for sure ... we'Il always win in spirit.
G0 Big Blue! We are true winners!
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gether a strong balance of wins
that will hopefully outstand this
season to be one of the finest in a
long while. Louis Natara is a
strong girder in the building of
this team as is Phat Pham.
"We're looking forward to a great
season," says head coach Gor-
Basketball hard at play
Friends and teammates
FRESHMAN ASKETB L L
Top row Carlos Barajas Sal Salinas Dale Murphy Adrian Purdon, Chris Jacobsen, Kien Hang, Felipe Aguilar Bottom row Rick Martinez Tuow Le
John lrvlne Noel Aguirre Steve Montoya Mr Halvorsen fcoachj
The freshman basketball team will
once again carry out the standing
tradition of being among the best. As
always, Arroyo teams show pride and
exhibit good sportsmanship in com-
petition. That's the stuff winners are
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This year the girls varsity basketball team returns seven
players from last years squad. Leading the team is senior
Julie Nelson, returning for her fourth year, and also seniors
My Ao and Anita Paggao, both returning for their third
year. Included on this years' squad is also Maria Jarquin,
Serena Maxim, Donna Villalobos, lvonne Ortegon, Stacy
Smith, Shannon Cory, Lambrini Frangos, Librada Tafoya,
Tanya Kaysen, and Patty Castillo.
There is not a lot of height on this years team so we will
be relying on quickness and good defense to defeat our
opponents. With a tough pre-season that included South
Pasadena and Schurr high schools, the team got a good
test, and showed how they will fair in the Mission Valley
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The J.V members consist ofg Patty Castallano, Malena Castano, Valerie Cuevas, Christine DeLaCruz, May Dullavin, lvette Flores, Jessica Jashlmota
Rachel Orosco, Trang Pham, Peggy Perales, Adella Rodriquez, B39-ky Rodriguez, Gabriella Sarmiento, and Juana Valenzuela.
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J.V. Coach Rita Costello
This years' J.V. girls basketball team
holds a lot of promise. There is great
expectation that we will improve on
last years record. With such stand outs
as Jessica Jashimota, the Rodriquez
sisters, Becky and Adella, as well as
with the talents of second year J.V let-
termen Christine DeLaCruz, Pattie
Castellanos and May Dullavin the fu-
ture looks bright. This is an enthusias-
tic and hard working group who has
set their minds on bringing Arroyo a
league championship year.
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Arroyo's Gymnastics Teams are known to
all high schools in the state. A presitigious
record has been establishedg two C.I.F. titles
have been won by the girls team and one
C.I.F. title for the boys, along with several
tournament titles and winning seasons.
Coach Valenzuela, a member of the C.l.F.
boys team in 1983 is now rebuilding both
the boys and girls team to continue the
prestigious Arroyo Gymnastics reputation.
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players, should dominate the mission
valley league. Arroyo's soccer pro-
gram has developed over the past 5
years and each year the program im-
proves. The team is held together by
hard work and dedication. With 3
hours of practice daily and an excel-
lent coaching staff, the team should
do very well.
The team's success is most noted by
their very impressive offense, led by
Ned Romero, Luis Alvarez, Danny
Ibarra and Abel Garcia, and an excel-
lent defense, led by captain Byron
Cantrall and Juan Garcia. The team is
very young this year, there are only 5
returning varsity players. The hopes of
this years team is to advance further
in CIF and to hold together a talented
soccer team for next year at Arroyo
V R ITY RESTLI G
Billy Vogel Can Tran Marcos Carranza Robert Lopez
Robert Escobedo Y Neil Truax Eric Martinez Frank Sosa
Jose Lomeli Saul Campos Jason Remus Rvsemead bifes the dUSf!
Pin! Escobedo prefers to be on top.
first row: Angelo Torres, Victor Lemus, Bang Tran, Chris Betancourt, Frank Gomez, Thor
Abaya, Vince Vasquez. second row: Coach Rafik Tadros, Freddie Martinez, Frank Amaya,
Ceaser Flores, Anthony Torres, David Lopez, Alex Corsaro, Coach Henry Alsept, Rudy Lopez,
Coach victor Vorobieff.
The Wrestling Knights have eight re-
Jrning Iettermen and a potential CIF
lacement team. Lead by Marcos Car-
anza, CIF champion in '87, and Neil
ruax QSr.l medal winner in every tour-
ament plus seniors Eric Martinez
-eague Championl, Robert Lopez,
ose Lomeli, and Can Tran sophmore
tandout. the Knights will be a force to
eal with in the Mission Valley League.
his is the strongest tournament team
ve have had and will be the dark horse
oing into the CIF playoffs. Individual-
r, Marcos Carranza iis rated 1st in the
tate by a coaches poll. Another occur-
nce for Arroyo High School.
"Catch the Fire" is our theme for
1e year, and with the help of the stu-
ent body, we hope to have 100 wres-
ers contending for Varsity and Jr.
arsity spots in the years to come. The team watches impatienuy'
Jr. Varsity Wrestlers are the league
champions of tomorrow. The team
composed of freshmen through ju-
niors are always placing in the top
three at every tournament. Solid per-
formances from Frank Amaya, Ceaser
Flores, Billy vogel, and Angelo Torres
demand respect from their opponents.
The solid coaching staff of "All
Americans" Rafik Tadros, Henry AI-
sept, and Coach Vorobieff will make
league and CIF Champions out of any-
one that truly wants it.
Marcos is ready for victory.
Victor Vorobieff Jason, Saul, and Billy taking it easy.
Neil attempts to pin his man.
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The 1988 boys varsity track as well
as the frosh-soph team just might be
the finest teams in school history.
The varsity team is well-balanced
with great performers in several
areas, however, the greatest strength
lies in the area of distance events.
The Knights are led by three cross
country All-Americans - Jaime Orte-
ga, Jeff Gilkey, and Derrick Powers.
Also strong are Gerardo Puentes -
third place in the CIF 1600 meter
final in 1987 - and seniors Doug
Jones, Tito Haes, and Albert Paredes.
Rick Fuller, two time CIF champi-
on in the shot put, heads a powerful
group of throwers. Sherif Hunein is a
potential CIF finalist in both the shot
and discus, and sophomore Rod Gul-
Iien is already challenging FuIIer's
lower division school records.
An incredibly strong trio of senior
pole vaulters- Mike Deitch, Jason
Mac Lelland and Jim Rodriguez- will
all be over 15 feet this season. In the
sprints and hurdles, Al Paggao and
Raul Almanzan are potential league
champions. They will be supported
by junior Bob Combs and super-
sophs Robert Kwan, Claude Gon-
zales, Darren MacLeIIan, and Cruz AI-
The frosh-soph team will also be
very strong and should be able to fol-
low the varsity's lead to a league title.
"Arroyo Knights are winners!"
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TRACK COACHI G STAFF
Coach Ramon Lopez
Coach Tim 0'Rourke Coach Joel Kyne
FRO H- OPH TRACK
Front Row: Phat Pham, Eric Greencia, George Chavez, John Gilkey, Danny Arrellano, Can Tran, Noel Aguirre, Joey Quintero, John Magallanes, Willie
Garcia, David Gurule. Second Row: Scott Earl, Tony Wu, Rudy Jimenez, Fred Alvarado, Aaron Gallager, Radames Montes, Orlando Montes, Ben
Parsons, Matt Villescas, Felix Davila, Phasit Chiararaiyataya. Third Row: Mike Valle, Kan Hang, Greg Baca, Steve Meza, Robert Quintero, Chris
Jacobson, Chris Stevens, George Chavez, Lloyd Larson, Anthony Ayon, Fred Alvarado, Dan Gil, Alex Garcia.
VARSITY TENN S
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Brad King Brian Ledder
Frank Parrino Dong VOI1g
Alan Zhou Coach Syphard
And he still finds time to study . . .
Led by seniors Brian Ledder, last
fear's M.V.P., Brad King, Rodel Dulli-
ran, Alan Zhou, Dave Buck, Tom Lin,
tditya Chauhan, and Frank Parrino,
:he Arroyo Varsity is vastly improved.
Ne have strong Singles players, and
Jossbile some of the best Doubles
:layers in the league. Frank Parrino,
unior, and Jose Alverez, sophomore,
and two freshmen, Dong Vong and
lose Alverez are excellent players that
vill lead the Knights for years to come.
I.V. TENN S
In Alphabetical Order: Anthony Almeida, Jose Alvarez, Neil Ballecer, Coach Busch, Andrew Chen,
Jeff Cox, Eddie Durazo, Sam Fung, Steven Lin, Israel Rodriguez.
FRESHM TENN S
The Arroyo J.V. lost only two match-
es last year, and could be better this
year. The doubles team of Jeff Cox and
Neil Ballercer could be the best in the
league, and will be fighting for a Varsi-
The FroshSoph squad finished sec-
ond in the league last year! Names
such as Reed, Hernandez, and Good-
man should appear in the win column
often. Arroyo Tennis is on the move!
n Alphabetical Order: Blu Alfaro, Coach Busch, John Canel, Sam Cook, Dave Cox, Clark Cuardo,
loris Duran, Hector Gaona, Mark Goodman, Steve Montoya, Andy Ramirez.
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is pointing toward a Mission Valley
League Championship. A fine nucleus
of players returns from last years
league championship team. Add to
that a talented group of J.V.'s from
last years team and some outstanding
incoming freshman and you have the
potential for a very successful season.
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this combination of students we have had
a strong team both offensively as well as
defensively. We are expecting a strong
pitching performance from senior Mi-
chele Nunemaker. We are also expecting
good performances from our incoming
We believe that through hard work and
total determination we can be league
champions this year.
Top row: Patti Castillo, Annida Chomseul
Susie Sanchez, Christine Delacruz, Dina
Grijalua, Cathy lanno, Lilly Toledo Bot
tom row: Joanne Becerra, Robyn Cano
Raquel Abaya, Michele Nunemaker
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The 1988 Knight's baseball team
should be a hit this year with returning
key players. Under the direction of
first year head coach Chris Source, the
Knights will be solid on the mound
with senior pitchers Paco Chavez and
Marc Chavarria, as well as Iefthander
Ralph Montenegro. The infield will be
anchored by Kiko Garcia, Art Arlas,
and Ray Pena. Chasing down the fly-
balls in the outfield will be seniors
Jason Thomas, Lee Randle, Jeff Ed-
wards, and sophomore Freddie Mar-
tinez. Coach Source has been im-
pressed with the hard work and enthu-
siasm from his squad and expert posi-
tive results to show for it. Arroyo base-
ball should really be something to
catch this year.
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Back Row: Coach Woolery, Alfred Gallegos, Elias Torres, Moses Estrada, Luis Natera, Greg Edwards, Tom Garcia, Adrian Ruiz, Mike Thomson. Front
Row: David Perez, Jason Lubrano, E..I. Robles, Jim Rawle, Antonio Galvez, Steve Brown, Mike Chavarria.
Steve Brown makes a mighty throw. Coach Woolery
This year's JV Knights plan to continue the winning tratdition which has been
a dominant force in the Mission Valley League. Coach Woolery and coach Van
Dyke feel that this team is very talented with a good mix of returners from the
baseball program as well as some new faces. This season proves to be very
exciting as the Knights defend the Mission Valley League Crown which they have
owned for over a decade. The JV baseball team has put in many long hours of
hard work both on and off the field to uphold the fine tradition established at
Arroyo High School.
Smile Adrian! You're on camera!
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lack Row: Steve Avila, Rick Martinez, Caesar Flores, Sal Salinas, Eric Chavarria, Bravlio Gallegos, Evelio Raygoz, Gunther Werther. Front Row: Brian
lunell, James Hines, Ricardo Montes, Eddie Salazar, Dom Martinez, Steve Balsz, Chris Ruggles.
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Ruben Hernandez is caught in action.
Coach Halvorsen Crouched ready at first base is Sal Salinas.
This year's Arroyo Freshman baseball team hopes to continue the great
winning tradition of previous years. This success has its foundation in hard-
work, team togetherness, and a winning tradition. Hopefully, this year's edition
of Arroyo Freshmen baseball will follow in the footsteps of great teams of the
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La Vonne Stephens Lori Luster
Anthony D'AImeida Raul Almanzan
Yearbook Staff may apear to be an easy class
but until you've experienced it you really don't
know. Yearbook just isn't a class it's a JOB.
Many people join yearbook looking for a kick
back class, but what they realize as the class
starts, it requires a lot of the students time,
taking pictures, making layouts, typing and do-
ing Iots of work on their weekend time. So if you
were planning on getting a kickback class don't
joint the Yearbook staff. Although for most peo-
ple who contribute greatly, there . yearbook . . .
This is our "baby", and your Shield, enjoy!
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SCIENCE CLUB LE RNING CENTER
Top Row: Henry Dutente, Chris Miller, Mr. Pollock, Frank Wu Middle Row: Denise Hansen,
Peggu Yao, Lisa Hernandez, Dung Tran, Jennifer Jota, Mike Ye, Michelle Ho, Ly Pho In Front:
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scribes the purpose of Arroyo's sc
ence club which is to investigat
places and objects which stimulate a
interest in science. Mr. Pollock an
the members investigate places suc
as science museums, research facil
ties, observatories, and any Iocatior
which actively explore science.
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tal, integral part of the Center's after-
school program. A student must meet
high standards bilingual, have a B
average in academic work, and must
demonstrate qualities of flexibility,
maturity, and self-motivation. Tutors
receive special training to help them
do an effective job. Through the years
it has been a privilege to know and
work with some of Arroyo's brightest,
Back Rowi Nicolas Candido, Alan Zhou, Edna Ibarra Front Row: Jaimini Patel, Steven Lin, Olga
Gutierrez Not Shown: Boris Duran, Maria Jarquin
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Ueople of the Science Club got together
d decided to have a science fair, demon-
ating their expieriments. Two of the stu-
nts, Bill Thomas and Mike Sacks are deep-
involved with their "Bad BaIIoons" By the
y it looks, it isn't so bad.
n the spring, the science club is looking
'ward to visiting Griffith Park Observatory,
ma Linda Medical Institute, and the Muse-
1 of USC.
The science club is always looking for new
idents to join. There will be a lot of fun
tivities and trips. In doing this, there will
new experiences. Also you will meet new
ends who might one day become your best
end. One day you might have the time to
sk back in your high school days and re-
zmber those joyous memories.
Here junior, Maria Ortega takes time
out of her busy schedule for the bene-
fit of others. Her partner is carrying a
case of Hersey's chocolate to help a
club raise money. The money will be
used for club trips. They seem to have
the determination to sell, sell, sell.
With her book and pen, there's no
way she is going to lose track. She has
that keen instinct and perception to
sell all of it. By the time she's done, it
would probably be her third or fourth
box of candies. She has fire in her eyes
and if you see her better buy a bar or
Right: Involved students must also spend time
studying to maintain the 2.0 grade point aver-
age needed to be eligible to participate in Athlet-
ics and other school activities.
Right: Thomas Lin, Raymond Ng, and Frank
Wu are eagerly awaiting the Math Contest. All
three are looking forward to doing their best for
themselves and the school.
The math contest involves all the high schools
in the district. They take the best five scores of
each school and send them in. Any student in an
advance placement math class is entered.
The dancers of dance company practiced
day and night for their performance of
"That's Dancing," which was well done. The
Dance Co. has brought culture to Arroyo
High School We are Proud to have them here.
Good luck to the fine dancers that have
worked hard all year to achieve the high stan-
dards they've earned.
The dictionary defines dance as an up and
down movement a quick or lively manner.
Sherrie Simmons and April LeMire definitely
describes the word dance in the best man-
ner. They have the determination to do their
best and with that, nothing is going to stop
them. The next time you see them they
might be a professional dancer on Broadway,
and just remember, this all started at Arroyo.
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relaxing to go to the movies and unwind
from a long week.
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friends, Chris Hernandez suns his shapely legs on
the sands of Huntington Beach.
Arroyo students love music . . . Happily
shown here a student gets an autograph ani
a hug from drummer, Steve Adler, of Heavj
Metals' "Guns and Roses".
OF SUN D
Forty-eight hours of freedom . ,
every student lives for the weekend,
a time to 'kick back' and relax, a
time to gasp for air in a sea of con-
stant homework. Students count
down the minutes from monday to
friday, awaiting the sound of the last
Friday nights are usually spent
with special friends, going to par-
ties, movies, or just out to dinner.
Saturdays, if the weather permits,
are spent at the beach, shopping or
working. Sundays are usually spent
sleeping in, and being with family
And like a never ending cycle,
the pattern repeats. And then comes
"Cheese!" ,. , Amy Kasten swims among the
fish, as she smiles for the under-water cam-
Two students pose for a picture during their night
out on the town .,. Dancing and eating out were
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Brandy Baker enjoys the view from hig
off the ground, as she enjoys herself on
indy O'DelI and April Montague flash Style and grace is the name of
heir smiles as they goof around at home. game .. , Skiing the slopes is a fa-
CLOTHES. - Everyone wears
them. As you walk down the halls
of Arroyo you can't help but no-
tice the several styles of clothes
different people wear. Several
styles were dominant, however.
Such included, Big belts, large
hoop earrings, and leather minis-
kirts for the ladies.
The guys, on the other hand,
thought Reeboks, leather jackets,
and of course, classic Levi's, true
fashion this year!
Money however, is a large factor
in anyones wardrobe. If Mom and
Dad didn't give you the money,
your weekly pay check did.
Several students display their
own creations of uniqueness by
making their own clothes and jew-
Tastes ranged from the "Surfer-
skater" look to the Disco Beat
look all very individual. Every-
one in the "scene" was definitely
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iously hurries away for a lunch date.
Everyone is attracted
to a great smile A flash of
those pearly whites can
catch the eye of the oppo
site sex There are several
kinds of smiles Some
smiles some smiles are
seductive and some are
just plain happy smiles
So when in doubt dont
be afraid to smile
Who knows something
great could come out of
smiles are "friendly"
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Among the favorite things to do,
from a teenagers point of view, is
eating food, U.S. teenagers of all
people, must consume most of the
food in North America. The average
TEE AGE HOBBY
teenager eats approximately 21k
pounds of food a day! That s 912V
pounds of food a year!
Favorite foods topping the list in-
clude- Pizza pasta, hamburgers, ta-
cos burritos crab, lobster, and any-
thing containing, drowned in or
topped with chocolate. Ummm
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LaVonne Stephens enjoys her chocolate milkshake
at Burger King, a favorite lunch site for upper class-
men with transportation.
Thls year Arroyo started a new policy
A policy which the Freshman and
Sophomores werent too happy about
man were not allowed off campus during
the lunch period This decision was
made to deduce loitering complaints
from local residents and merchants.
It s really not fair said sophomore
Sonia Ramirez A few people ruined it
for everybody. Now all we have to
choose trom is the cafeteria food . . . an
there s really no variatlon.
Next year there is a chance that only
seniors may have the off-campus privi-
LUNCH FOR LOWER
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tine Kaposy is enjoying herself with the Cross
Country team during homecoming week fes-
Senior Claudia Nieto takes a break from he
burrito to say 'Hi', and take a sip of her pepsi
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lash those gorgeous smiles at the Prom. Christmas Ball during band intermission. to take their pictures.
THE PROM. Thoughts raced through my
mind as I twisted and turned, trying to catch at
least a wink before it was noon. I couIdn't sleep.
The Prom was 8 hours away. I glanced at the
rented tux hanging from the doorknoh . . . And
thought of how long we searched for the perfect
colors . . . I really should get out of bed and pick
up the flowers .,. I hope she likes them.
The alarm . . . wake up! . . . I have to get my
nails done . . . I hope he doesn't come early. I
LOVE my dress , . . lt's perfect.
Darn it. How do these cufflinks stay on?
These shoes are BOTHERING me. The Limo's
coming in 20 minutes .. . I just have to shave.
MOM will you help me with my dress?
Where's my shoes? I love high heels I
hope he doesn't think my hair is too "poofey"
,.. Mom she's waiting .,, don't take pictures
of me now . . ,
Is he here? ... ls that the bell? ... Tell him to
WAIT. "l'lI be right there". I think of him as I
glance in the mirror . .. and smile quietly to
myself . . . It's the Prom, and I look good . . .
She walked into the room . , . she was over-
whelming . . . I felt so proud as I slipped on her
He looked so handsome . . . I was speechless
. . . Happily we smiled as mom took pictures.
Memories saved, never forgotten Cher-
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Betsy Holm and beau, Todd, steal the show on
the dance floor.
FAVORITE THINGS T0 D0
1 Be with girljhoy friend
2 Go to the movies
3 Hang out at games
LEAST FAVORITE THINGS
3 Clean bedroom
1 Cosby Show 1 Blue
2 Different World 2 Red
3 Family Ties 3 Black
FAVORITE T.V SHOWS FAVORITE COLORS
Straw hats, leis, and flower prints were
the rage this year for the Backwards
Dance. The theme: Hawaiian, the place:
The gym. Several couples enjoyed the
evening, as the girls were rockn' n' rollin'
with their favorite guys.
The Backwards Dance, or Sady Hawkins,
is supposedly where the girl 'treats' the
guy, for clothes, food, and pictures. Most
guys are honored to be asked to participate
in this festive occasion, and usually accept
.,. What a blast!
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1987 Miss T.E.E.N.
This year Miss Lori Luster ended her
term as Miss T.E.E.N. Baldwin Park.
The Miss T.E.E.N. organization is
very prestigious, fTeens Encouraging
Excellence Nationallyl. In order to par-
ticipate a girl must have at least a 3.0
G.P.A., have a minimum of 12 hours of
volunteer service to the community,
show leadership ability, and have good
looks as well! Congratulations Lori!
The 1987 Christmas Ball was very suc
cessful this year As couples danced and
twlrled on the dance floor looking their
best the Arroyo PTA and Mom and Dads
Club scrutinized the floor seeking out
young ladies for the Christmas Ball Court
Their choice for Queen was a sophomore
My Ao Princess was very happy
couldn t believe lt' That was a surprise
lt really made my night
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by the name of Christina Arriola. Senior,
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STUDE T LIFE
This year Arroyo senior ladies and alum-
ni participated in the Miss EI Monte Pag-
eant. Among the participants were Ar-
royo s own Shannon Keeling Kim Barnes
and Jennifer Groves.
As the final moments approached Kim
the crown surpassed many others.
Blonde blue-eyed five-foot ten Kim plans
to enter the Air Force and eventually be-
come a physical therapist.
All our ladies looked GREAT that night
... Alumni Jackie Thurston captured the
crown that evening.
Barnes, being announced as a finalist for
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Imelda and Kimberely. Lots of Love.
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We'd like to wish the best of luck to all our special frenz, and may your futures be
as bright as the rainbows end! Take care, Luv Darge and Lorena
Keep smiling, Keep Shining Knowing
you can always count on me
Happiness is ,. . Being with you! Love
always, Art Love always, Tracy.
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Best of friends forever '88'!!
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could ever have. We're gonna miss you 1933 very much and ru always be therefor you T
Kristl!! Good luck Hi Gina 5rIld.Cammy! Love RJ?-r "DOUBLE TROUBLE" mom and dad for everything I love U
Debbie and L3V0fl.5xI8f.ffi M AX sy' CLASS OF 9091!!!
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Belinda and Lorena hestfriends for 12
To my couzin Liza Thanks for being here for me Betty. To my little couzin Betty,
hope you make it like I did or else? Cousins 4ever
Ultimate reaction crowd.
live at the 1987 Ar'royo Prom.
To all the homeboys of ultimate reac-
tions, don't let no one get you down.
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don't forget us after your gra-
e. Love from Susan, Sheila and
h and Missy best friends. We love varsity cheers! capt. and cocapt. Class of 88
o:8788 varsity cheers. You were the best of the best. Always remember the
times! We are gonna miss you lots!!!
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Together thru thick and thin. varsity
cheers have spirit. Rah Rah Rah!!!
lmehow they could not help but wonder if T.P.ed had another meaning. Zanny from the start, Spirited to the end, and beyond . ,. A great Philisophy for
life, Eh? not shown Dave.
TO DARLENE: You have always been a daughter to be proud Rick
We wish you happiness and success. Follow your dreams, we're so proud of you, We love you
With all our love,
Mom and Dad
This year we wanted to do something different for the yearbook, we decided to start pages
for dedications. This is a first for Arroyo's yearbook and hopefully as the years progress these
pages will become a bigger success with more pages of dedications. We think this will make a
great way to "REMEMBER" the years.
Several students on campus
have jobs , . . This is evident in
the way some students walk,
talk, and look, wandering the
halls in the early hours of
mourning. Yes, these are the
people who spend countless
hours in the work place, willing
to sacrifice homework or sleep
for the sake of a buck.
For a lot of people work is nec-
essary for car payments and
other small investments, or
debts. You can find most of
these working class people la-
boring diligently in the mall, or,
at the local grocery store or fast
food place. For anyone the mon-
ey always comes in handy.
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lt s pay day and all of the in
convenience and heartache of
the previous week disappear
once that cold hard cash huts
the hand Of course students
LOVE spending money Stu
dents with a surplus of petty
cash can usually be found in the
mall shopping until their heart
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on clothes record albums or
food Guy s usually spend their
money on basically the same
things But most guy s have
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date on friday or save for a pre
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Carpenter, 47, 90
Carranza, Patricia 19
Carrasco, Christina 118
Carillo, Jose 19
Casanova, Olga 19
Cascelli, Barbara 63
Castallano, Patty 175
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Chicafegiiio, Gina 47
Swett, Patricia 79
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CHOIR, ACCAPELA 91
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Chomseui, Annida 48, 189 A
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Castillo, Patty,4E?.,5j 3,74, 189
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Clark, Donald 19
Clark, John 19
Clark, Margaret 79, 203
Clark, Timothy48, 166
Castillo, Steven ' ' 7
Castro, Carmen 118 is
Castro, Rene 19
Castro, Sergio 47
Caton, Christina 118
Caylor, Kelly 203
Cazaras, James 118
Cazaro, Dave 19
Centeno, Gabriela 19
Centeno, Noel 47 A
Cerecedes, Edward 19
Cerillo, Lynn 19
Ceron, Alex 47
Ceroni, Steve 118
Ceroni, Rachael 94
Cesena, Jerry 47
Chadwick, Jean 19, 90
Clemetson, 19 2
CLUB, ECONOMICS 200
CLUB, LEO 202
CLUB, MATH 202
CLUB, SCIENCE 209
CLUB, vARsSFrYs 207
Cobos, Walter 191
Colmenero, Don 19
Colmenero, Eddie 48
Colon, Anthony 48
Colwill, Nona 70
Cahmbers, Heidi 118, 188
Chambers, Sherrie 79, 189
Chang, Ji Hoon 79
Chauhan, Aditya 12, 37, 41, 118,
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Chavarria, Ernesto 47
Chavarria, Mark ,118, 161, 191 B
Chavarria, Mikeiif164, 192, 203
Combs, Bob 173, 182
Combs, Robert 19
COMPANY, DANCE 209
COMPANY, JOSTENS YEARBO
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Contreras, Cecilia 79
Contreras, Eunice 120
Contreras, Evinice 203
Contresceri, Mary 20
Contresceri, Josie 79
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Chavez, Everardo 19, 150, 173,
Cook, Andrew 20
Cook, Kathleen 47
Chavez, Guillermina 118
Chavez, Jonge 79
Cook, Samuel 48, 187
Coombs, Elizabeth 48
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Couret, Martha 20, 203
Cox, David 48, 187
Cox, Jefferey 20, 187
Cox, Tracy ggggg 96, 101
Creencia, Ailene 20, 201, 203
Creencia, Eric 48, 203
Crook, Mike 79, 203
Crosby, David 79
Crowder, Christopher 20
Cruz, Art 79
Geraid,120, 203 ,
Miriam 48 f
Philip 79, 165, 203
Cuerrero, Alex 92
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Cunnyngham, Dawn 20
Curran, Cindy 20
Curtis, Frederick 20
Curtis, Sabbatino 79
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Daniels, Minoy 79
Dare, Neil 48
Dass, Augustine 120
Davalos, Jerry 48, 164
Davalos, Ramon 159
Davila, Felix 48, 52 7,
Brandi Lynn 78
Kelly 120, 203
Richard 70 7,
DeBraaI, Donald 70 ,
Degidio, Mike 78
Deitch, Mike 120, 150, 182, 183
Delacerda lll, Adolph 78 3 Edwards, Jeffrey 190, 191, d ' dddd
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Delatorre, Pablo 78 Elkins,
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Delgado, Bill 65 Enriquez, i, 49
Delgado, Salvador 48 Erie, 'iiiii iiii iiiii 1
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Dinkha, Amjad 48
Dolny, Shawn 90, 92
Dolo, Crystal 78
Dominguez, Lucio 78, 159
Donahoo, Bob 165
Donahoo, Robert 78
Donan, Maritza 78, 153
Donato, Margaret 70
Dorkowski, Don 70, 202
Dossett, Stephanie 78
Dow, Christina 78
Duarte, Mike 166
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Gonzales, Francisco 79
Gonzalez, Haydee 107, 125, 20
Gonzalez, Luis 50, 125
Gonzalez, M. 50
Gonzalez, Sonia 125
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Granados Mark 79 165'
Granados, Virginia 150
Grand, Araceli 79
Halpern, Bob 70 lrouua
Halsey, Louis 51 2
Halverson, Doug 70, 172, 193, 203
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Henneforth, Gary 70, 200
Hentsch, Jenny 79, 203, 204
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Lisa 96, 102, 125, 203,
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Lorena 56, 125
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Hoa, Linda 127
Hobbs, Gary 127, 168
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Hofheimer, Kristl 127
Holcomb, Heather 90, 100
Holguin, Javier 159
Holguin, Jeff 168, 190
Holguin, Mike 51, 159
Holm, Betsy 90, 92, 113
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Holt, Windy 51
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Kaposy, Christine 33
Karklins, Loma 71, 201
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Toban, Alex 56
Todd, Julie 188, 203
Toledo, Lily 1389, 204
Toledo, Marie 85
Tolman, Scott 85
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Tornel Maria 56
Torres Angelo 56, 164
Torres Antony 85
Torres Christina 140
Torres Elias 158, 192
Torres Frank 85
Torres, Hector 56, 164
Torres, Maria 85
Torres Martha 140
Torres Miguel 85
Zabala, Fernando 143
Torres, Pasqual 85
Toste, Ethan 85, 165
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Trujillo, Arthuro 57
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Valdez, Leticia 33, 36, 112, 141
Valdez Marion 57
Valdez, Robert 85
Valdiviez, Vera 65
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Valenzuela, George 85
Valenzuela, Joe 85, 165
Vasquez, Connie 204
Vasquez, Consuelo 85
Vasquez, Dan 165
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Verni, Frances 85
Vetterick, Kimberley 90, 141
Vetterick, Pamela 85
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Villareal, George 1422
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Villegas, Eduardo 862 eie
Villescas, Mathew 869 8
Viray, Stephanie 86 8
Vizcarra, Michael 86
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Vong, Dong 78, 186, 187
Vorobieff, Victor 73
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Walker, Teri iiiii 8
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Warden, Larry 73 1
Watson, Myrtle 8
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Weston, Jennifer 34, 39, 57
Wilson, Marilyn 65
Wilson, Rochelle 78, 100
Wilson, ,Toniann 40
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Wolfolfoj allen ny, 203
Wong, Diana 2
Wong, Shannel 86
Wong, Sam Alan 86
Woo, Loida 154
Woodford, Marylou 63, 65, 232
Worsley, Stacy 86, 204
Worra, William 86
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Young, Nathan 57
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Yutan, 'Steven 2 57
Zabala, Yolanda 143 2
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Zhou, 8 203
Zubiate, Stefihanie 33, 143
Zuniga, Timothy 57
Acuna, Veronica 115
Cheney, Shelly 115
White, Christy 57
White, Jeff 57
White, Linda 63
White, Richard 73, 188, 196
Wiese, Malinda 143
The motley diversity of Arroyo s student body is what makes
us so unique I will always treasure memories with friends and
fun times shared
Being Editor In Chief of staff was an experience which I know
will prove to be very valuable and it is already something I
treasure Lori we did it now let s hope everyone apprecl
ates the sweat and laborious tolling which went into this Shieldll
memories Mr White we couldnt have done it without you
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This year our theme reflects our dreams, aspirations .. . and
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Being Editor-in-Chief of the Shield has been a very rewarding
experience. Out of all the clubs and activities l've been in IAnd
that's practically alllj, nothing compares to the fulfillment of
lt has been an honor writing and learning about my peers.
To Eva, I love you, and though we're going our separate ways,
l'll always be there, no matter how far.
To the Class of '88, we did it! fAnd we did it goodly The Class of
'88 has been the most outstanding in the history of Arroyo . ,.
Athleticly and academically. I will truly miss everyone , ,.
P.S. Thank You Mr. White, for being a great advisor, and a great
friend. , J
Hello! I would like to take this space to tell what a great time
l've had helping in the production of 3 yearbooks. Being on
yearbook staff for 3 years has been a big challenge. Now I'm a
fSENl0R and I'll be moving on to a bigger challenge that chal-
lenge is life and I would like to wish all my friends on staff and on
campus the best of luck in their lives and take care, I'II never
Alcbrv I 'Vu
Being Photo Editor has been a challenge and a learning exper
:ence I wish the best of luck to the next photo editor I would
also like to thank LaVonne for all the help and support she s
glVen to me
A k wledgements
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