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The desert's rugged terrain proved challeng-
ing for Charger off-roaders. When Rob Cor-
nelius couldn't get to the desert, he reverted
to riding in his backyard. Photo by jim Collins.
Skateboarding has always been a major part of
California surfing culture. Scott Beckel, an
adept trickster, does the "Hand Plant." Photo
by lim Collins,
Public golf courses, such as Glen Oaks, gave students a variety of courses to choose
from. Tony Albin practices his irons on the driving range. Photo by jim Collins.
Over one-third of Charter
Oak's student body was involved
in varsity, junior varsity, and fresh-
man sports. What about the other
two-thirds? What did they do
while students in sixth period ath-
letics prepared for their water
polo, football, basketball, or ten-
nis games? In the end many unof-
ficial athletes turned to their last
resort: outside sports.
Exactly what were these outside
sports? The list included golfing,
bowling, off-roading, biking, rac-
quetball, skateboarding, and many
others. These activities gave Char-
gers feelings of self-confidence,
competitiveness, and happiness,
without having to make a com-
mittment to just one sport per
season. Athletes outside of school
could switch to any sport at any
time of the year. -Saba Khan.”