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Front row ll-rj: Art Arias, Ernie Fierro, Octavio Gonzalez, Richard Molinar, Richard Gay, David Marquez, Lorenzo Moncada, and
Louie Terrazas. Second row: Ignacio Enriquez, George Casteel, David Hamilton, Raymond Povvers, Arturo Gonzalez, Arturo
lbarra, Gino Gonzalez, lorge De Castro, and Martin Lopez. Third row: Pete Chavez, Thomas Tinajero, Marc Rant, Gerry
Chaparro, Gus Hernandez, Gallo Cassio, Steve Barrera, Abel Romo, and Alfonso Batres Top row' Francisto Lopez, Mark
Hogue, Ronnie Delgado, Doug Berry, Mike Beck, David Carrillo, and Rene Vergara
Louie Terrazas, Gus Hernandez, and David Marquez
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Gallo Cassio and Raymond Powers strut their stuff.
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Frank laquez and Arturo Gonzalez compete against
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Page 146 text:
This year's boys' varsity track team was
led and trained by Coach Paul Alsup. The
team consisted of 33 members, including
seven returning lettermen. These returning
lettermen were: Mark Hogue, Ronnie
Delgado, Abel Romo, Marc Ranc, Gerardo
Chaparro, Doug Berry, and Rene Vergara.
Many of the boys were inexperienced in
varsity competition, but their skills and
talents hekped the team overcome this
The boys' track team was well rounded.
They were able to score in most of the
events at the meets. The team was very
strong in the weght events, distances, and
the hurdles. t'We hope to steadily improve
throughout the season and be in good
position to compete well at the district
championship, " commented Coach Alsup.
The boys dedicated much of their time
for this team. They practiced from 2:30 to
5:30 each day.
Team members watch as Ernie Fierro takes off.
Francisco Lopez runs to his heart's content.
Ernie Fierro is working out hard.
Alfonso Batres readies himself for a run.
lorge De Castro gets himself into starting position.
Ernie Fierro starts running while teammates get ready
to work out.
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This year's track team consisted of 30
members and four managers which were
Yoli Nunez, Shannon Crowder, Esther
Fierro, and Lucia Chacon. The practice
time differed for some members. Some
went from 2:30 to 5:00, while others went
from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. Their workouts
consisted of weightlifting and practice
Although there was not a B-team this
year, the varsity team did compete in 74
events, five of which were field events.
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junior Georgina Gonzalez streches out before a race,
Runners in the middle of a practice run going strong.
Senior Pat Na tividad breathes a sigh of relief as she
crosses the finish line.
Last minute tips are given to the runners.
These included long-jump, high-jump, pole
vault, shot-put, and discus. Their strongest
event was the long-distance run, and when
asked what improvements needed to be
done Miss McCutcheon replied, "We're
working on our field activities.
Overall, Miss McCutcheon summed the
team up as, "being more enthused than
others in past year. Their main concern
was not the weekly meets but instead
focused on shooting for the district title. "
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