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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.
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Covina Bowl opened league play to all ages. Andrew Stewart attempts to throw a strike to help his team,
the "Too Hip Bowlers." Photo by jim Collins.
Weightlifting was popular
for Chargers who wanted
to keep in shape. Tom
Stout builds his biceps by
doing a set of curls. Photo
by Geoff Edwards.
Chargers enjoyed minia-
ture golf in their s are
time. Sherri Wright lines
up her putt for ar as An-
netta Wright looks on.
Photo by lim Collins.
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Student Life- 14
Shelley Puckett works at an answering service. This is
an essential job, since phones are so popular with
teens. Photo by Delia Hickman.
Secretaries perform many basic but important func-
tions, At Total Lighting Concepts, Gail C-andy handles
some of these tasks. P oto by Delia Hickman.
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