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JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Front Row: Reza Galindo, Suzie Butler, Caste-
Iia Bugarin, Olga Castaneda, Kristen Knudsen.
Middle Row: Kim Rodriguez, Beatrix Galavan.
Leticia Ornelas, Narcisa Mundo, Irene Her-
nandez, Jill Saurenman. Back Row: Felicia Val-
dez. Jenny Aebersole, Pat Sanchez, Esmer-
elda Bugarin. Elia Terriquez, Dianne Cramer.
Maria Chico. Ada Romeo, Coach Herb Cohen.
ABOVE: With all her might. Kim Johnson
reaches to block the ball hit over by the La
Canada team. BELOW: The rest of the J.V.
team watches in amazement as Reza Galindo
exhibits her ability to hit the ball backwards.
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A olleyball G ins Strength
The Varsity team, coached by Ms. Pat
McCummins, showed strong effort and
determination in completing a respect-
able season. With the record of four wins
and six losses they took fourth place in
their league. The team consisted of four
players returning from last years Varsity
team, four from last years Junior Varsity
team, and three brand new players. Out-
standing team members included lsaura
Perez, Kim Johnson, Michelle Calloway,
and the youngest, Joanie Virzi, who was
only a sophomore. Ms. McCummins feels
that this years experience will help con-
tribute tothe strength of next years team.
Coach Herb Cohen took pride in his .Iu-
nior Varsity Volleyball team's winning
season. With their great skill and spirit,
they won the intercity championships for
the third consecutive year. Their season
overall, had eleven wins and four losses.
Starting players, lrene Hernandez, Esmer-
elda Bugarin, Ada Romero, Kim Rodriguez.
Beatrix Galavan, and Leticia Ornelas, con-
tributed a great deal to the team's suc-
cess. The continuation of these players
promises both a strong J.V. and Varsity
team in the years to come.
Top. VARSITY TEAMQ Front: Renee Ellison. Angie
Duarte, Silvia Agular, Betina Gonzalez, Ann Kikuchi.
Back: Anna Amaral, lsaura Perez. Michelle Calloway,
Joanie Virzi, Aileen Galindo, Coach Pat McCummins.
Above: The Varsity Volleyball team takes time out to
pose for a picture. Right: An ace serve has been
launched by Betina Gonzalez.
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Tennis Swings with
A disappointing season did not ruin this
year's tennis team's spirit. Varsity coach,
Gail Deforest, worked hard keeping the
team together and their stride up. The
biggest problem was the scarcity of play-
ers available on the team. This did not
keep the strong players from shining. Ce-
cilia Younger and Katie Carlson worked
hard on their double strategies, which al-
lowed them to win several sets. Laurie
O'Neill played number one singles and will
be a leader of the team next year along
with Julie Castro and Emily Wong who
have improved tremendously.
Junior Varsity, coached by Chuck
Lamb, lost many experienced players this
year and gained several new players. Sen-
iors, Dianna Lau and Nanci Cook, with
their dedication, showed the team what it
takes to win.'lEven though the season was
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tough serve. Top left. Someone asked Martha
how her match went. Middle right: Julie and Lisa
are amazed the ball went over the net. Middle:
Laurie is practicing her stance and not paying
attention to her game. Far left: Laura - exhaust-
ed after wrestling the boys' tennis team for the
courts. Bottom right: Katie practices the new
dance craze on the courts. Bottom left: Monica is
concentrating on the tennis ball.
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not as good as expected, the players had a
terrific time playing and their sportsman-
ship and togetherness was sure to have
been envied by their opponents.
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