Elsinore Union High School - El Lago Yearbook (Wildomar, CA)
- Class of 1986
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2l80O Canyon Drive
like Elsinore, CA. 92330
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SPORTS ,... ..... P AGE 40
SENIORS .... PAGE IO4
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FACULTY ...PAGE zoo
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No matter who you are, once
you enter high school you are
typecast as a certain type of
person. You can try to escape
your classification but in one
way or another you will always
be recognized as this type of
person. lt seems that society
uses a classification system to
keep track of all those it is re-
sponsible for. Perhaps this is
the same reason why this prac-
tice of titlng people diffuses it-
self into the ranks of high
school students. At every high
school you uncover five dis-
tinctive classes of students who
are the prime elements of a
schools social make-up. These
five basic classes always in-
clude the jock brain, cheer-
leader socialite '. and the re-
bel. As depicted in the hit mov-
ie The Breakfast Club", there
are genuine social barriers be-
tween persons within these
classes and the interaction be-
tween these people may not al-
ways be pleasant. However. the
one thing that is certain is that
it is vital for each person to co-
exist in society and that classi-
fications placed on us even
though sometimes unjustly. are
just another formality we en-
counter when we engage in the
high school social arena.
Above: Spending many hours in the li-
brary, Bruce Neilson is one of the many
Elsinore students who excell in academ-
ics. Above, right. With his outlandish
style and "non-conformity" attitude. it
is easy classifying Mike Proctor.
Right: Cheerleaders Mandy Krouse.
Yvette Fragoso, and Christina Bennett
perform the ritual task of hanging WE
BELIEVE IN posters for athletes.
Right page: Terry Sisco. one ofthe well-
known people at Elsinore. takes a break
from swimming for a yearbook picture.
Far right: Dedication, pain, and integrity
is an accumulation of the traits that ath-
letes like Brian Anderson possess.
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Alto know - Phillip Wright
'Ist rate' - Jerry Kuehl
Friendly, a day dreamer, loud.
moody, emotional" - Marcie Halliday
'As a scholar athlete - Tom Collins
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"Fun-loving" - Chris Rich
"Human" - Lorne Ellickson
"Peppy and outgoing" - Paige
"Crazy. Unique" - Kelly Wilkenson
"A caring, Sensitive person who likes
to have fun" - Ted Dorr
"Modll" - Chris Johnston
"Sporty, nice. Funny. Casual, and
friendly" - Michelle Piper
"Somebody who likes to talk a lot and
have fun" - Adriane lrevino
"Unclassifiable" Brandy Turrentine
"Why classify yourself?" - Paul Plan-
ansky and Karl Kooser
left: Wayne Kizler performs with the band
at a home football game.
Bottom: Seniors John Hadiis. Rosita Us-
tariz. Tommy Luna, Jaymie Mora, and
Scott Jessup participate in a graphically
Right: Ray Sweeney announces a special
Middle: Seniors display their "Tiger" pride
at a pep rally.
Far right: Wendy Lions and her tiger pal
watch an Elsinore football game.
Bottom, right: Leo club members sponsor a
candy fundraiser at a home game.
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Every school has its own individ-
uality. it's own kind of spirit and
pride, but Elsinore High School
has a unique kind of pride that can
be best described in one word:
Classic. We each have captured
this spirit and pride in our own
special way, creating memories
that will last an eternity.
Students this year have demon-
strated their spirit in a variety of
ways. At all the school functions
this year, there was a higher rate
of attendance than has been cus-
tomary in the past several years.
At all of the pep rallies. there was
a tangible feeling of pride and ex-
citement in the air. as all the stu-
dents gathered together to display
their spirit. Even the football
games had bigger turnouts than
usual, which generated fantastic
results. Our football team won the
Sunkist League title for the first
time in 52 yearsl Also, many
dances were a success. such as the
dance sponsored by the El Lago
staff. This dance, which started off
the year, created such a stir, that
almost l,00O students attended
and claimed that it was "the best
dance the high school ever had."
Despite opposing factors. such as
the loss' of underclassmen to the
new Temecula Valley High and the
fewer number of students overall
on the campus, the red fire of spir-
it could not be extinguished.
This year was outstanding among
others for its high spirits and
pride. Time spent among friends,
attending school activities. and
displaying our pride, all created
memories of a classic time.
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Attending high school is a once
in a lifetime experience! Not
even college life can repeat the
unique atmosphere that one en-
counters when they ascend
through the levels of high
school. When we walk onto the
campus, we leave the rest of our
world behind and hence, we
gather together to become a
part of the most impressionable
social phenomenon of our entire
lives. A significant contribution
to the make-up of our personal-
ities is made during our high
school years. Psychologists sug-
gest that our experiences as a
baby mold our personalities and
that these early periods are cru-
cial in the formation of whom
we become. However, high
school is a time in which these
molds can be broken and per-
sonalities are often times
changed and even the simplelest
form of behaviorism such as the
way you dress can alter. Our
personalities are definitely vul-
nerable to flucuation during
these years, but change is a con-
cept that helps us to develop
into our own selves and plays an
important part in making us an
individual. When we come to-
gether as one student body, the
most important thing to keep in
mind is that no matter what you
believe in, where you come
from, how you dress, how you
think, or what your hobbies are,
you are an individual. You are in
A CLASS OF YOUR OWN.
Right: Shelly Dobbs' concentrates in-
tently on an idea in her class.
Right, far page: Elsinore High School stu-
dents demonstrate who they believe in
at a home football game.
Far right: Rosita Ustariz enjoys riding
horses in her spare time.
Right, middle: Showing Elsinores tren-
dier fashion. Gigi Gurgely, Cynthia Law-
rence and Melissa Cleveland pose for a
picture outside of Norco's dance club
Bottom, right: Descending from Asia,
Chantoze Kim and Pam Neal enjoy Elsin-
ores easy-going campus life.
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Top, left page: Nena Alvarado and Samantha San-
chez: A heavy metal education.
Bottom, left page: Kevin Petterson takes advantage of
one of EIsinore's two pools during physical educa-
lnset. left page: Biology teacher Mr. Sopp explains
the dissection procedure to Eric Velk and Natalie
Left: Determination and perseverance amply de-
scribes Elsinore's award winning band.
Bottom. left: Kevin Jenkins works on a home eco-
nomics class project.
Bottom. right: Typing students learn new and useful
skills on the schooI's modern equipment.
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Variations on an education: each classroom
at Elsinore High is filled with students who
have something different to learn. Every
student on our campus has different goals
and dreams: yet. they work to achieve them
on a common ground. The Classroom.
Guidance for the future comes from exper-
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dents welcome it with enthusiasm. No mat-
ter what the future might hold. EUHS stu-
dents are confident in the knowledge that
they will be prepared. For. in the class-
room, they have received an educa-
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rupts Cwyenne Corral and Susan Kin,
Ioch during a conversation.
Brian Stekkinger labors on a plant pro-
ject in plant science,
Undoubtedly there is a reason'for Jerry
Tall Flag members Jana Baxter. Christi-
na Pancoast. and Claudia Alarcon take 52
a break at practice.
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Daniele Smith, our beautiful queen, with escorts Robert
Ervin and John Hadjis
Christy Brown. Kyle Man-
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Denise Yanagisawa. Wilfred
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and Ricky Winters
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I. Students participate in Halloween Dressaup
day during Homecoming Week.
2- The EUHS band performs at Homecoming
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very year, when Homecoming rolls around. one can assume that A.S.B. has some special plans to
lake the week. and the night a success. Preparations for this time begin months ahead. sometimes
ven as early as September. Every year. it is the goal of A.S.B. to put on a week of fun for the students
s well as to put on an original show on the night of Homecoming. Sure, wk have traditions. but
..S.B. tries to come up with a "surprise" for the evening. This year, that surprise came as the Matt
ouston helicopter dropped the football onto the field in order to start the i985-86 Homecoming
ame. There were other activities during Homecoming week as well. Some of these were Lip-Sync
ontests. new Dress-up days, and Balloon sales. One thing is sure. no matter which activity one
mined. it had to be enjoyable because of all the spirit and excitement that were prevailing during the
'eek. When the evening finally arrived. it was perfect. Many old alumni returned. the band gave a
reat performance at the ceremony, and the spirit of celebration was high.
l- The Matt Houston helicopter.
2- A group of returning alumni
3- The cheerleaders were at the game in order to induce the
encouragement a winning team needs.
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new Queens name to the announcer
4. Freshman Princesses. Christie
Ridgeway and Alisa Coakley
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With an increase in the tide of tardies during the 85-86 school year, the administration
devised a tough lock-out policy to curb this troublesome problem.
Teachers were instructed to lock their classroom doors once the final bell had sounded.
Students still outside of their classes were forced into a retaining area where they
remained for the duration of the period. In addition, they were assigned after-school
detentions for this same infraction.
Most of the student body was quite upset with this policy and voiced disapproval
through protests, "sit-outs". and committees established by the House of Representa-
tives. However, even though the lock-out may not have been the perfect solution, both
students and administrators realized that tardies had been a problem and the lock-out
was effective in convincing students to reach their classes on time.
Upper Right: Sheli Armstrong discusses the dilemma she has got herself into. Right: Scott
Jessup enjoys a leisurely day in retention. Bottom Left: Richie Rabb questions a delin-
quent student as Raphael Navarro pleads her case or maybe his own. Bottom Right: Some
unfortunate students prolong their last few moments of freedom before entering the
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welcome you to their sanctuary,
Left: Ms. Johnson. Mr. Gwen, and Mrs.
Wirth inform captured students of the planned activities.
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On shoulders: fleft to rightj Paige Maurer. Hallie Furr, Adriane Trevino. Cindy Delph. Top row: fleft to rightj Ray Sweeney, Mike Shoemaker, Colton Lawrence, Matt
Preilipp. Christy Brown, Denise Yanagisawa, Chris Hamill, Boni Yanagisawa. Cindy Sanchez, Theresa Bolton, Greg Gonzalez. Bottom Row: fleft to rightj Sherry
Ratliff. David Skousen, Paige Ashbrook, Jill Haworth, Gina Alexander, Cathie Rich, Antonette Wilson.
Officers Take Pride
This year our Associated Student Body
was truly an inspirational group. Their
main goal was to get the students in-
volved in the activities. There were
many motivating students in ASB this
year. Through their leadership and
perseverance they got the students in-
volved in the activities and made them
The most important activities that the
ASB was responsible for this year were
the Teacher Appreciation Week and
our Homecoming 85-86. Our student
leaders took pride in their work and it
showed! They made this year a year for
all of us to remember.
SENIORS - Top row: fleft to rightj Christy Brown. Colton Law-
rence, Adriane Trevino, Chris Hamill, Denise Yanagisawa. Bot-
tom row: Cleft to rightj David Skousen, Sherry Ratliff, Mike
Shoemaker. Theresa Bolton, Ray Sweeney.
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Thespian Troupe I796- A group of originals bonded by a sense of unity created especially for themselves. These are the Drama
Departments elite and each of them has contributed something unique to Archie's Castle. Each carries his own brand of stardust
into The Old Bat's domain, dispersing energy. color, and light within a menagerie that is never dull. And onto The Old Bitty's stage,
they bring a spark of warmth, combining reality with imagination. becoming a fresh breath in the life of the theatre. Utilizing, but
not robbing their own individuality, these I 5 have created a family that laughs, loves. cries and cares. Together they follow the lead
of one truly cherished lady. Although most call her Mrs. Cain. she answers to many titles. Old Witch-Old Bag-Old Bat-Old Bitty-
Old Hag-Drama Mama-Teacher-Tyrant-Friend Not always complementary perhaps. except that in the eyes of a Thespian. each
name means only Beautiful. The family over which this incredible lady presides is held together by secure bonds created of a well
established trust. As a group they are iridescent. each another tone, hue, or nuance in the prism of their unity. They are a group full
of sound and fury. best described as a current of energy and light. Nowhere on any campus can such a diverse and long standing
union be found. The Thespians are as original as the first solo line and as immortal as the stage itself.
Thespians are special people who
reach for their goals and dreams
. . . Heather Young
To all the "Wanna's": In order to
make it you must not talk, not
interrupt, and never be caught
with a banana Paul Brum-
Oh I hate her, I just can't stand
that girl , . . Kim Fox
They say there is life beyond the
stage, I refuse to believe it
In my Academy Award accep-
tance speech, please don't think I
forgot about all of you people I
care so much about- You'll be y
"The Others" I don't have time to
mention . . . Terry Parker
Can't do anything this weekend,
l'm going to Irvine Erin Zahl
Great things come in small pack-
ages . . . Mitzi Arndorf y
But Donny said , . . Misty Gasper-
Wait a minute I'm in charge-
Donny doesn't own the building
"Act Well Your Partz There
II The Honor Lies"
Oh Mrs. Cain, they will never know
. . . Donny Harvey
Being that the true stars of EUHS
are graduating this year, my deep-
est sympathy is expressed to the
amateurs who remain.
May God help you . . . Kim Oven-
Whatever happened to Heather
Suva . . . Heather Suva
DONNY! I found this filthy scene,
you are going to love it . . . Vesper
No Way Vesper! I will not say that
on stage . . . Donny Harvey
I'lI be the first to admit we are all a
bunch of hams-lt's just that some
of us stand out more than others
Paul Davidson . . . Laurie Brown
If you only have one goal in life: set
your sights, reach for the sky, and
don't ever give up. In this you will
find success . , . Charice Leabo
To be successful in theatre, one
must be truly devoted, and devo-
tion takes discipline Heather
Others dreams may die with them -
mine will live on as long as you ...
El Lago Presents .
After two years of dormacy, the Winter Semi-formal
was revived by the El Lago staff on January 20. i986
at the Pala Mesa Country Club.
Only two hundred tickets were available to the
dance, and ticket sales prices were 520. per couple
and S I2. single. The dance, which was appropriately
titled "A Touch Of Class" featured Alex Starway as
DJ. while Albert and James captured the evening on
film, with excellent couple pictures and unique can-
dids. James also provided helium balloons, adding a
special touch to the night.
Voting for the Senior turn-a-bout King and his under-
classmen court took place as the couples began arriv-
ing at 8:00pm. At lO:3Opm the underclassmen court
was announced. Tim Daily received the most votes
for freshman prince, while Scott Cartier and Brian
Bainbridge captured the sophomore and junior titles.
After a few anxious minutes, Chris Hamill was an-
nounced the King of the Winter Semi-formal. Hamill.
who is on ASB, yearbook. and is a varsity soccer
player, was escorted by Kim Haskins.
The dance, which was dubbed the Freshman and
Sophomore prom by the minority seniors, ended at
l:O0am but due to the success of the semi-formal, the
dance will become an annual event at Elsinore High.
Semi-formal couples dance the night away.
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Cristina Reeves and Brian Smith.
Rafael Olvera shows off his new dance
steps learned only the night before.
Terry Cole and "lady friend" jam to the
tunes chaperoned by nearby couples.
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MS. Boyle presents Chris Hamill with his
Turnabout King plaque and crown.
The Future Farmers of America is a national organi
zation of students enrolled in vocational agricul
ture courses. Their purpose is to strengthen th4
confidence of students of vocational agriculture il
themselves and their work.
The Elsinore FFA is one of many chapters in South
ern California and stands out among them. The
members followed a program developed by thq
chapter officers. The officers were: President - Hol
ly Balla, Vice President - Dan Beard, Secretary i
Jennifer Ford, Treasurer - Randy Mora. Reportery
Gloria Obregon, Sentinel - Aaron Blooding, anl
Historian - Linda Rivera.
Activities of the FFA included exhibiting livestocl
and displaying landscapes at such fairs as the lndif
Date Festival and the Hemet Farmers' Fair. Thl
members also participated in competitions dealing
with parliamentary procedure, public speaking, and
livestock, vegetable and floriculture judging.
The l985-86 year proved to be rewarding, one
filled with hard work and determination. The besl
of luck goes out to the graduating seniors, whc
after growing through and working with the FFA
will be the producers of life's necessities.
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"I am very excited to have a SADD chapter on the Elsinore campus". "It is the first time, and I
am willing to do anything I can do to help the organization meet its goals and objectives."
"We can be the best SADD chapter in Riverside county," said the SADD advisor Denise
SADD stands for Students Against Driving Drunk. The specific goal of every SADD chapter
is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries to teenagers and adults
alike due to drunk driving accidents.
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The "Sneaking pas! the Knark" Method
"Step on it, Norm!"
lockout system, students have been ultimately thwarted in -
lf you closely examine the Elsinore High campus. you can see
that It's everywhere and almost every student has lt! like a
contagious epidemic. the disease is widespread and can strike
upon any unsuspecting student. This disease has been diag-
nosed by the students as senioritis. ditching, cutting class,
taking a one-day vacation, or making a three-day weekend.
However, the administration has addressed this disease as tru-
ancy. Whatever you wish to cail this disease is irrelevant. for
your chief concem is HOW to escape!
Because of the fierce opposition, it takes great skill and clever
planning to break loose from the confinements of Elsitraz. A
student, who is attempting to make his escape. must devise a
plan to elude the three most powerful adversaries in Elsitraz.
However, it takes the most diabolic calculations and accurate
timing to successfully delude the three ferocious. ominous
looking. walkie-talkie armed guardsmen.
The first method, and possibly the most risky. is the "driving out
the gate before anyone can stop you" trick. This entails great
courage. good timing, and a fast car in order to pull it off.
Another technique used to break free from Elsitraz is the old
"forging an excused note to leave school" trick, This method
requires accurate forgery and an abundance of luck that the
lady in the attendance office will believe the validity of the
note. One other strategy, and the most clever one. is the "put-
ting friend Qor friendsj in car trunk and driving out the gate."
This method can prove to be very successful if one is not seen
and the friendqsy can sustain their laughter. Another tactic that
can be used, when one is in P.E, or terribly desperate. is the
"running out the back gate, where an accomplice is waiting in a
get-a-way car." This. also. involves precise timing and an ability
to run quickly. Another way in which a student can make his
adieu, without the careful scheming and planning. is the bold
method of Unonchalantly walking out the front gate, while your
conspirator arrives in a car." This method demands an immense
amount of audacity and spunk in order to pull off, One other
method in which one can steal away from the restricted campus
is the "sneaking out the side gate. where your comrade drives
out to pick you up" trick. This technique can prove to be
victorious if the escapee's departure goes unnoticed, The last
method. which is the most daring and rash, is used only by a
student who is daring and desperate. This method is the "climb-
ing over the fence" trick and should be used only in emergen-
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After perceiving the growing amount of apprehended students
due to their failed attempts. it is obvious that escaping Elsitraz
has become more and more difficult to accomplish, Due to .. ' '.'
the added restrictions. the car towing. and the modern
their unauthorized attempts to leave the campus. However.
the school system is not invincible. and there still remains
a selected few who possess the cunning to make off
towards the ouside world, undetected.
The "Stowaway" Method
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Style belongs to those who do things right. because it would never occur to them to
:lo things any other way.
Frankly. Elsinore isn't the fashion capital of the world. though it does have its assets.
Elsinore, like any other school, has its fashion wars. and those who participate have
high potential in the fashionindustry.
l'he desire to be unique sprung into the thought patterns of many E.U.H.S. students.
even though some "trendies" remain. Trends of the past are no longer significant to
the dress of the stylist. Anything is a possible outfit in the mind of the contempest
with transending taste. Mixing the expected with the unexpected brings out a style
that will never rest.
Most of the 'SS-'86 years clothing is a mixture of appearals from the '40's through
the '70's eras. with the present clothing of the '80's forming the unique style that
keeps away from fashion trends. Fashion and style -are the main factors anywhere.
Any one can be "in" fashion. but it takes a real stylist to develop a personal style.
All questions of fashionable dress these days revolve around what one achieves and
how the person achieves it: since we are, compassionately, well beyond the era of
idle people being admired for the ways they shape their idleness. The pity is that so
much of what is most lauded these days as achievement Qlargely consisting of single-
minded persuit of wealth, fame or powerj, is so lacking in style.
Tibor Fekete shows his unique style mixing prints
with a silky look. Below: Jamie Mora flashing her
basic style of Ioosly buttoned sweater, large turtle-
neck, strechable cotton pants accented by paisly
DAN DILL, RICH McALPINE, AND HAROLD BEASLY
TRACY LEWIS AND MICHELLE HARRIS
MIKE PORTER, CHRIS RICH, AND WAYNE WILLIAMS
JENNY PETERSON AND
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TERRY SISCO, BRIAN SMITH, ROB
PETERS. AND CHRIS MURRAY.
BOTTOM ROW, TODD LEE, MIKE
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PAUL RUTHERFORD AND RAFAEL NAVARRO
riend AndM morie
ACCORDING TO WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY, FRIEND MEANS A PERSON WHOM
ONE KNOWS WELL AND IS FOND OF, INTIMATE ASSOCIATE: CLOSE AC-
QUINTANCE: A SUPPORTER OR SYMPHATHIZER, OR A PERSON ON THE
SAME SIDE IN A STRUGGLE. BUT ALL THOSE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED A
3SPECIAL BOND WITH ANOTHER PERSON, KNOWS THAT FRIENDSHIP IS NOT
BADEQUATELY DESCRIBED IN WORDS. IT'S A UNIQUE RELATIONSHIP WHERE
YOU HAVE TO GIVE YOUR ENTIRE SELF CYOUR CARE, RESPECT. LOYALTY,
SUPPORT, AND LOVED, BUT, THE SPECIAL THING IS THAT IT DOES NOT SEEM
AS IF YOU ARE GIVING ANYTHING AT ALL. YOU ARE MERELY BEING YOUR-
AT OUR SCHOOL TWO THOUSAND STUDENTS ARE THROWN TOGETHER
FOR A TOTAL OF 36 MONTHS. THESE STUDENTS ARE FORCED TO SHARE
ENDLESS CLASS HOURS. LUNCHES, AND SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. OUT OF THESE
36 MONTHS, INTENSE AND BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIPS ARE FORMED, EVEN-
TUALLY BLOOMING INTO NEVER-ENDING FRIENDSHIPS. WE MAY GRA-
DUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL. ENTER INTO A NEW LIFE AND BEGIN NEW
FRIENDSHIPS BUT, NO MATTER HOW FAR AWAY WE ARE, THE MEMORY OF
THE FRIENDS FROM HIGH SCHOOL WILL NEVER DIE.
CECILIA GONZALEZ AND ANDREA FULLER
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and physically. My goals never changed during the season,
even when we werefin a slump. I knew we would pull ourselves out.
No my goals never changed. I never gave up . . . I knew it would
happen for us. No one had a doubt, and Coach Blakemore always had
faith: that faith brought lOO'Xa out of each and every one of us. Our
team goal was to become the Sunkist League Champs,
A5 A TEAM IVE ACHIEVED THAT GOAL",
A eee j aaag g PAUL BENNETT
"I was indeed fortunate to have played on the First Elsinore High
School Sunkist league championship football team since l937."
"Although we started out 0-4, the team and coaching staff never gave
up on our goal of becoming League Champions. Key players suffered
numerous injuries which kept them out of important League games,
but substitute players rose to the occasion which led to our perfect
league record of My personal complimergtsgo to the coaching
staff for their confidence in me and for being able to get the most out
of the talent available, which afforded each player the confidence to
know that we were always capable of beating anyone we faced. I
especially thank the coaching staff and my teammates for a com-
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This season proved to be a collection of pain. strain, but most importantly
. . . gain. These fine athletes pulled themselves together from an O-4 start
jo the most impressive finish in Elsinore High Schools history. One season
no one will ever forget. The first time in 47 years the Tigers brought
home the Championship and an undefeated Sunkist League Title.
The key to this years success? Dedication in practice. dedication with
desire to win was even higher. What made this "team" so special? The
the advantage and foundation of strength that the Nteantffgdrew from. g g
The standard the football players epitomized was high, but the ability and
desire to win was even higher. What made this "team' so special? The
pride and teamwork each and every player possessed. They never doubted
their abilities, nor their faith. Their confidence had built up after their first
four games, knowing then that they were going to go out there and do it.
They were confident that at some point and time they would win . . . and
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"The best team in 47
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"There is NO FEAR
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Standing tall and proud is Brian
Anderson, contemplating on his
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with Eric Velk and Paul Bennett!
No one can alter the strength of
Tom Collins and Greg Berry.
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We did really well this
year, and next year is not
going to be an exception.
Wedid really well this year, and next year is
not going to be an exception. Being quarter-
back for the Junior Varsity squad, I felt a sense
of Pride, a pride which one obtains by playing
on a Varsity team. It was a great feeling going
out on the field and winning on both squads.
Playing on both Varsity and Junior Varsity
gave me a chance to go out there and experi-
ment, and find- my
true abilities as an
athlete. I felt more
at ease on the JV
field, I felt like I
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things, where as on
Varsity' l had the
feeling of more seri-
ousness and Pride to
be a part of this
squad. Yes I feel
next year we are go-
ing to go out there
and work as a team.
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will we have ob-
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Everyone feels the pain
when one team is losing.
But the Varsity team was
always there to
Help. . .
Frosh Football Stats
I8 Bloomington 0
I2 Yucaipa 7
3l Rim 0
O Temecula 33
33 Banning 25
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All league player Lori Cook. spikes the
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This year our varsity volleyball team
finished in fourth place in the Sun-
kist League. The team's goal was to
get second place in league, but a
few key losses slipped them into
fourth and out of contention for a
CIF playoff berth. The team was a
young team consisting of three sen-
iors, five juniors and one sopho-
more. This year was considered a
rebuilding year for the team.
Coach Billie DaVolt had this to say
about the season, "The I985 varsity
volleyball season might be remem-
bered by some as a building year.
Although we are graduating only
three seniors, I hope their final sea-
son brought them some good feel-
ings about themselves and their in-
dividual talents. An outstanding
match against Yucaipa and an all-
league selection of Lori Cook may
seem small compared to what could
have been. Iwill remember the I985
season because of the outstanding
young ladies who comprised the
team. Many laughs and a few tears.
but mostly laughs."
Becky Stackhouse and Lori Cook block a spike.
0 Yucaipa 3
3 Notre Dame 2
3 Bloomington 3
0 Rim 3
3 Banning Q
3 Notre Dame 5
3 Bloomington I
0 Rim 3
3 Banning 1
' Yucaipa 3
3 Yucaipa 3
0 Notre Dame 3
1 Bloomington 3
0 Rim 3
3 Banning 0
The varsity team smiles brightly for the camera.
' We've come ia long way.
This year our JV volleyball team had quite a
struggle. They won only three matches and
lost twleve, Under the coaching of Lisa Gal-
lagher, they learned how to grow as a team
and accept the season as it was. They are
great athletes and have a good future
ahead of them.
Tough Season Fo:
Cindy Delph bumps the ball to the opponent,
The JV team is as follows: Coach Lisa Gallagher. Kari Lessner. Debra Hopkins. Vivian Berry, Chrissy Tabor, Tammy Sprague, Cindy Delph, and Jamie Baldwin.
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Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Wel-
come to Elsinore Union High School. To-
night's game is nearly underway. We are
proud to bring out the starting five for the
Tigers. At center is Senior Erik Rogers, at
forward is Junior Shasean Greer, at the other
forward is Sophomore Derrick Campbell, at
one guard is Sophomore Reggie Hernandez,
and at the other guard is Junior Matt Mart-
As the two teams file onto the court, the
referee brings out the game ball. The tip goes
to the Tigers and is passed up court to Matt
Martland for an easy two point breakaway!
ONE HOUR LATER . . .
"Well this is the fourth quarter and the Ti-
gers are only up by two". A Banning guard
steals and scores, and it's now a tie game.
Coach Roger Blake calls a time out to go
over Elsinore strategy
NOW LATE IN THE FOURTH QUARTER . . .
"With I2 seconds left on the clock and the
scored tied at 54. One of the Banning guards
makes a quick drive to the basket, is picked
up by Erik Rogers, but makes a great pass to
a Banning forward who scores a lay-up as
the buzzer sounds. That is the game and the
Tigers have to face another frustrating losing
"Well now for our post game interview. To-
night it will be with Coach Roger Blake of the
Elsinore Tigers". Coach Blake, now that the
season has ended, could you please tell us
how you feel about the teams performance
This season was a disappointing one. On
every successful team there are many little
things peeded to win close games. However.
they did improve immensley. After winning
only six games out of twenty two in the sum-
mer, they bounced back to finish this regular
season with nine wins and thirteen losses, I
am looking forward to next year.
The future is bright . . .
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BOTTOM ROW: Coach Blake. Gilbert Smalls. Shasean Greer. Matt Martland, Asst, Coach Steve Sparkman.
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
STATS I 986
ON THE FIRING LINE: Coach Roger E
literally makes his point during a cr
fourth quarter against Notre Dame.
LOOKING FOR AN OPEN MAN: Derrick Campbell looking for some help from his teammates,
THE SPIRIT OF THE TEAM I5 THE CRITICAL DIFFERENCE. lt was evident that the
guys did their best this year, the whole team ran everything as they were supposed
to. The hope and determination that was set at the beginning of the season.
seemed to fade away after a terrible loss to Rim of the World.
The guys just lost their lead, and eventually lost all hope, It seems they came out
tougher and more polished after the last Banning game, lt was obvious that they
really wanted to win this game more than anything! Perhaps if that feeling was
kept through the entire season, maybe it would have been a much more successful
The guys worked hard, it is evident that they came out more polished than when
they first hit the courts.
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his own style of hustling down the court.
APPLYING STEADY AIM: Erik Rogers is shown here making a free
throw shot with his own unique slyle.
SURGING UPWARD: Robby Young struggles for a defensive rebound under the Bloomington goal.
"This was the most coachable
team that I have ever had."
Coach Mark Williams
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"I feel that we should have won the Sunkist league. The team
was not in the important games, so the team was not enthusi-
astic about crucial matches. We came around and were very
strong in our last game. If we had played every game like we
played our last game against Banning, we would have been
undefeated league champs.
at For Success. . .
Key players were the element that kept us winners. Dan Dill
and Jeff Kipling were the leaders on the court because they
did well when the pressure was on. The strongest at center
was Nate Shehan. This was Mr. Williams best showing in the
Sunkist league, and with a little help from Coach Pete Ret-
tinger, they really steered us in the right direction." Mike
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332 H the Sunkist Leagueaylith arecord of I5-0, The Lady Tigers started ouvibe season by takin
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r, place in the Ontario Toumameat. Theilarsity Girls dominated the whole toumamentmgwesyy
if ' over. Krlsti SUUE center for tigers. waschosen as the Most Valuifskflayer of
jf tourney. as-wel!-as. Angela Mcfusker and Theresa Bolton were pick on the All-Tvltfhaltent'
Team. The Lady Tigers were than up-setted by Moreno Valley. 37-36, and Norco, 52-45. but
gifs- ' battled back when league started and never looked back.
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it 'mais Ontario Christian in the first round ol play, When saturday finally arrived the lady
1 ready to terminate the Lady Knights fronr the tournament. The stirted out
3 Tigers had the lead early in the game. Though. by the second quarteytlse two teams
1 Q ' get rough. The referee's were not calling obvious foul! and wyergleisfhlebows fly under each
i 1 basket. By the end of the fourth quarter the Lady Tigers had ln the palm of their
hands. 53-49. H
I With the victory over the Lady Knights the Varsity Girls Uetetoface ConneIly's Koalas on the
A f following Tuesdayg which in the Tigers eyes wouidbe a revengematch up. Connelly, going into
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- the Tigers and Koalas battled back and forth. each team exchanging baskets. With-in the final
.1 , 559 seconds the game was tied. Thelady Tigers iust could not hold on. ConneIIy's Koalas won
the game 65-6l. A heart-breaking loss for the Lady Tigers.
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Var it Wre tlin
Rubidoux Tourney 3rd
El Cajon Tourney 8th
Apple Valley 3rd
Five Counties I 3!32
Riverside County 2nd y
Notre Dame 59-9 leeo
Bloomington 24-3 7 Y
League Finals 3rd
The Elsinore Wrestling Team flexed
their muscles this season. and showed
them in the local tournaments where
they placed high in. The whole team
consists of I3 Wrestlers and of these,
8 Tigers qualified for C.I.F. The Tigers
took 2nd in all Riverside County. That
is the best finish ever. Mark Abbott
was the sole qualifier for State. The
Tigers did a great job this year!
The Agony of defeat!
Tom "The Rock" Collins starts his move with concentration.
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"This years wrestling team showed
alot of hard work and
determination and it paid off at
"We had a great year
with a fine group of
young wrestlers. The
future of Elsinore
wrestling is very
The .l.V. team
consisted of a roster
made mostly of
Being only that it was
the freshmans first
year of wrestling they
did a fantastic job.
The Jr. High
counted as a Ninth
grade team, in which
had been wrestling for
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EHS Tiger Stats
forfeit La Sierra
3 Alder 69
48 Notre Vista I9
3,-d Elsinore Tourney
69 John W. North I2
26 Fontana 50
36 Sequoia 42
Ralph Dunn thinking about
what he should do next.
Varsity Soccer Capture'
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Under the leadership of new Varsity coach
Paul Joyce, our Varsity soccer team finished
with a 9-3-3 record. All three losses were to
undefeated league champs Yucaipa. Elsinore's
record was good enough to gain second place
in league and a berth in the C.l.F. playoffs. The
team consisted of I3 seniors and 3 juniors.
Under the leadership of certain Seniors, the
team pulled through many rough times to
have quite a successful season. At the begin-
ning, there were many individuals on the team
that did not play together. Towards the end of
the season they played together as a team and
it carried through C.l.F.
Zico Estrada scores as Larry Barnes fakes out the opponents
Coach Joyce gives a halftime talk.
Paul Rutherford sends the ball upfield.
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The team is as follows: Manuel Estrada. Joe Newhaus. Terry Sisco, Martin Langels. Mike Lamb, Paul Rutherford. Scott
Stewart, Ferlander Salt. ffront rowj Coach Jim Viera. Chuck Crowder, Ralph Navarro. Larry Barnes, Chris Hamill. John
Hadiis. Brian Smith, Tommy Luna. Zico Estrada. and Coach Paul Joyce. V, SQCCERf69
Soccer Ends Sea on In
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Since the Tigers finished second in league they quali-
fied for a wild card berth in the playoffs. The un-
ranked Tigers went up against ninth ranked Aquinas
in the wild card game. Elsinore went into the game
with intensity and the result was a 4-I win. They
qualified for the first round against Windward of Mar
Vista. Despite having to travel up to Los Angeles and
playing on one of the worst fields in CIF, the Tigers
once again prevailed, winning 4-I. The win over
Windward marked the first time Elsinore ever went
past the first round. The win gained them a berth in
the quarter-finals against formidable opponent.
Whittier Christian, the number three ranked team in
the CIF A division. The Tigers won the home field
advantage, With the support of the home crowd the
Tigers went on to win once again, 4-I. The Tigers
made it to the semi-finals! In order to get to the
finals, the Tigers had to get past the number one
ranked Agoura Chargers. Agoura. the eventual CIF
champions. played a nearly flawless games as they
shut down Elsinore's offense and beat the Tigers 4-0.
The loss ended Elsinore's season and a chance for a
Elsinore went so far in the playoffs because the of-
fense started putting great shots into the goal and
the strong playing by the defense shut down the
oppositions' offense. The most important factor for
the Tigers success was the players went out onto the
field with a great amount of intensity and finally
played together as a team should.
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,This year's .l.V.
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:ason was one of ups and downs.
oming off a slow start in league,
rey exploded onto the scenes, be-
aming a top contender for first
ace. These battles included fierce
ays against cross-town rivals, the
:mecula Bears, with both teams
inning one game and tying the fi-
al match. Bad luck found the Ti-
:rs when they were forced to for-
it their first eight games for using
I illegal player, But with their de-
rmined team play and excellent
saching, the J.V. team ended the
:ason in true Tiger form.
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'an Vasquez, Ted Dorr. Mike Howard, Nick Strickland, Abe Gustafson. Eric Ortiz. Rick Rios, Shawn Fears. Stacy
wers, Brian Marchand, Chris Tafoya, Brian Burns, Marty Rodriguez, Chris Lembo. Jeff Brockway, Juan Estrada.
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"Lu ke Warm" Year?
emale athletes are the
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Top left to right: Michele Orrls. Debbie Beasley. Debbie Marcell, Them
B lton Bottom left to right: Carrie Stevens, Heather Creamer, Lisa McEI
Theresa Bolton shows us her unballanced swing.
Lisa McElroy is ceremoniously concentrating on the ball.
Debbie Beasley shows us her intense look.
teamillsstartied they were on a
undefeated championship. But ap-
parently it ended up differently. The
team had many new beginners. The
most important lesson that Qthe new
beginners learned was thaitf"TEAM
WORK" is essential ordefffto win.
"They establish a
set of goals, not
unlike the pros, like
Another brave new world un-folded on El-
sinore highs tennis courts as unseasonably
warm March weather improved tennis ath-
letes dispositions and game strategies, This
season was supposed to be a rebuilding sea-
son for the Tigers: if so, they have done more
than expected, So far the Tiger boys tennis
team has defeated both Bloomington and
Rim of the World, The two victories gave the
Tigers a 4-0 record in league.
Tennis is definitely an intense sport, You
have go to practice to be good at any aport-
particularly tennis, lf you miss a day, it takes
two to catch up. In that respect, it is like
homework, Coach Corral shadows the pro-
gram as a team scrutenizing for ways that
they can grow as players, In the process, they
begin to work better and meld together, par-
ticulary in doubles action.
They establish a set of values, not unlike the
pros, like a family. They work for a common
goal, but still they are individuals sensitive
to the differences in each that make them
With sheer determination, Ralph Navarro makes the serve.
ding, his opponents hit is Carsten Mulen. keeping an eye on the ball,
"This season proved to be
an excellent one"-I'm
looking forward to a
promising season next
Many of the fine moments that were
part of the Cross Country season may
have not been noticed by many of the
student body, but when it came to
team members like Chris Murray and
Rosita Ustariz it was a different story.
"We had a fine team this year, bring-
ing home a Co League Championship
and being lOth Best team in CIF which
is quite an accomplishment.
This season proved to be an excellent
one. l'm looking forward to a promis-
ing season next year."
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tariz pushes her abilities to
the fullest extent.
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queda's will to win.
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A perfect example of endurance, Dan Bakholdin.
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find everyone supportive and ins-
prational. Hopefully the next year's
team will grow bigger and stronger.
Track is like one big happy family.
Most of our team's success is attrib-
uted to the unity of our team. With-
out the help and motivation from
each other, our team wouldn't have
gone this far. Rosita Ustariz
It seems as if every year the Varsity
girls are getting larger and stronger
and I wish I was here to share the
victory with the future track team. It
was a great year and I owe thanks to
my friends and coaches for their
support. Good luck to the future
track team. Daniele Smith.
"A young. but promising team with
great potential for the future."
The girls team
really improved tl
year. This years team
the best team Elsinp
High has ever had. The
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standing girls are.
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The Elsinore Tiger Track team
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this year. Some of our Out
standing Tigers are
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Giving it his all is Greg Berry.
Chris Olsen and Scott Higgins pass on the stick.
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Nasys Karasoulas reaches for that extra unch
The Elsinore Swim Team had a slow st
this season. Due to lack of officials a
swimmers, several meets were cancelle
Despite all of these hangups there was sh
determination in the swimmers. This ye
was the last year for many of the tea
ABOVE-Terry Sisco tak-
ing a breath of fresh air.
embers so there was alot of goals set by
e swimmers. As soon as the problems
ere solved, which was just in time for
vague, individually. they started to show
eir Tiger strength. Good job Tigers!
THE l TEAM!
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ABOVE A perfect
Boys Of ummer
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Thls year OUI' baseball team IS tfylng to defend IIS Scott Campbell. Ricky Winters. Matt Martland. Brian Graybehl. Victor Coria. Bottom Row: George Benitez, Eric Berry, Phil Varela, Mike Sp
Sunkist League title. If they do it successfully it
would be their sixth consecutive league title.
When the Tigers first started out they relied on a
'strong defensive squad. Our team was fairly small and it
didn't look like we had any power hitters on the team, but
our guys came through and hit the ball hard and as a result
they were hitting home runs, triples and doubles. Our team
has many successful young men on the team and should be
a strong contender for the league title.
Vince Espana, Joe Pruett.
Eric Velk pounds a line drive towards third base.
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George Benitez dives aafely into third base.
"We look good in
our uniform "
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Strong comradeship give Frosh
baseball the edge. This was de-
finately an exciting season this
year for The Frosh baseball team.
The main objective of this season
was To give experience to the
Junior Varsity prospects and also
to gain as much knowledge as
working together as a team. Al-
though they all were young, they
worked very well together. The
season looks bright for the fresh-
Var It oftbal
This years Varsity Girls Softball team was again coached by Stan Crippen. Crippen
feels quite confident that his team this year is capable of repeating as . . . first
place league champs. However, he expects a tight race with Rim and Yucaipa,
With the quality of play his team produces. he difinitely thinks that they will
finish in the top ten.
Crippen has predicted the toughest game of the season would be against Yucaipa.
He was right. the Tigers lost the game after eight long hard innings.
Leading players to look for are Jenny Peterson at third base. Diesta Harley as the
catcher. Kelly Wilkenson at first base. Lori Cook as the shortstop. Sherry and
sister Angie Ratliffe as the pitchers.
GOOD LUCK TIGERS!!!
Team Picture: Denise Damron. Lori Cook, Kelly Wilkinson. Becky Stackhouse.
Diesta Harley, Jennifer Sandy. Coach Crippen, Jenny Peterson. liane Brewer.
Sherry Ratliff. Angela Ratliff, Debra Crowley. and Heather Lyons
Rim of the World
Rim of the World
Rim of the World
It's been fun so far even though we
haven't won that many games. our
team is like a family which is good
and I think playing softball with
Coach Crippen and Carole for my
senior year is going to be better than
Softball tells a lot about a person. It
helps one express themselves. This
years Softball team does just that.
We really have a close knit team this year, we have fun.
work hard, win and lose, but no matter what we stick
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together as a team and
not as individuals. lt's
not just a strick game of
softball. it's a lot of fun
especially with our
Coaches: Crippen and
Carole. lt's not if we won
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united I've ever played on in my
or lost the game. it's if
we had fun or not.
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radiest Varsity team
yet. we all work
together and, we
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when one gets
down, All I have to
say is we are having
a rad season.
To me the sport softball is alot like life: you run
around touching all the bases and then you go
home . . . TIPPY SKIPPY
This year the team unity is unreal. I feel it has
helped us get over our little problems that once in
a while pop up. I love you all and will miss ya next
year. GO TIGERS!
. . .Becky Stackhouse
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tough act to
junior varsity softball: back row left to right-Kathy Rubecamp. -
Tammy Sprague. Mindy Neil. Lora Garcia. Kim Pitts, Coach Penn
Decking. front row left to right-Lani Kizler, Jami Baldwin, Renel '- .,A.
Christner. Wendy Gaylord.
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Durst, Kim Pitts. Kari Lessner. Natalie Neilson.
Kim Pantoia, Rosilind Hamilton. Front Row L
to R: Leanne Brown. Jennifer Medina, Mi-
chelle Sparks, Monica Flippin, Tammy Spra-
gue. Jamie Baldwin.
JV: Back Row L to R: Kathy Rubecamp. Tammy
Sprague, Mindy Neil. Lora Garcia, Kim Pitts
Front Row L to R: Lani Kizler, Jami Baldwin
Renel Christner. Wendy Gaylord
' "Fresh Softball"
giving it their best
"There is no
stopping us from
This was definately a year I did not expect. The team
is very young and experience is limited. We did a lot
of things I did not expect. League we really did well,
we were shaky in the beginning but came through
when it counted. Next year we should be league
champs and CIF is defintely looking good.
The Tiger Varsity Golf Team: Coach Charlie Johnson,
James Cebulla, Devon Huthins. Aaron Vasquea.
Mike Moore. Mike To. Eric Hansen.
Mike Moore "Blasts" out of a trap for another Par.
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Shasean Greer and Andrea Fuller display a
form of Pride to our Alma Mater.
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Denise Yanagisawa. Briana Piper, Sheli Armstrong, Cristina Reeves, Angie Baldwin, Christy Brown, Jenny Peterson, Sheila Lambert. Robin Boswell, Joey Rowe
Mandy Krouse, Daniele Smith.
Mindi Neil Jenny Peterson Cristina Reeves
This year was a year for new beginnings.
The Varsity Spirit Squad started their sea-
son as soon as they were chosen last
April by preparing cheers and routines to
delight both camp judges and audiences
all over Southern California. The 85-86
squad consisted of I0 songleaders, 6
cheerleaders, 3 mascots and an ever pre-
sent advisor. This experimentally large
group proved its worthiness by promot-
ing spirit, enthusiasm, and pride in both
our school life and sports life. The I9-
strong squad backed many C.l.F. athletes
and also competed themselves at camp
and at competitions. Elsinore's Spirit
Squad took their spirit camp theme, Take
the Lead, to heart and took the lead in
everything they accomplished.
Robin Boswell Joey Rowe Sheila Lambert
MARK L. ABBOTT
VINCE A. ACOSTA
LISA L. ALLEN
RITA G. ALLEN
SHELI' A. ARMSTRONG
SCOTT T. ARNOLD
HEATHER L. AUTERY
DOLONNA E. AVERY
HOLLY A. BALLA
VINCENT G. BALSITIS
ANTHONY M. BENELL
PATRICIA M. BERRY
MICHAEL C. BLATCHER
Mark Abbot in a lest of strength with Mike Farm
er , . . guess who won?
ANGIE F. BLAKELY
DAVID E. BLANTON
MICHELLE M. BRADLEY
KIMBERELY A. BREWER
LIANE D. BREWER
TIM K. BRIDENTHAL
GREG D. BRINNEMAN
JILL M. BROCKMEIER
CRYSTAL S. BROWN
PAUL D. BRUMUND
MONIQUE R. BRYANT
COLEEN V. BUGNEL
TRISHA L. BULKEMA
DAVID W. BULLARD
DON S. BURNSIDE'
SCOTT R. CAMPBELL
KITTY R, CARR
STACY L. CEMORE
MICHELL J. CHRISTES
DARCY A. CLARK
KIMBERLY D. CLIFFORD
DOUG D. COCKRUM
JOY L. COFFMAN
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THOMAS L. COLLINS
LORI D. COOK
HEATHER L. CREAMER
CHUCK D. CROWDER
THERESA L. CROWELL
KARIN A. CROWLEY
KYMBERLEY A. CURL
DEREK L. CURTIS
L ANTOIN DAILY
DENESE M. DAMRON
DAVID M. DAVIDSON'
"3 '95 '
PAUL E. DAVIDSON
LORINA L. DAVIS
LAURIE A. DEJAYNES
JAMES R. DENNISON
MICHELLEA P. DESCHAINE
STEPHANIE A. DIAZ
DEANNA L. DILLAHUNTY
SHELLY M. DODDS
DENNIS A. DRAKE
GREG M. EASTMAN
MICHELLE M. EDMONDS
BUFFIE R. ELDER
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LORNE D. ELLICKSON
ERIN C. ENGLE
MARTIN I.. ESQUADA
EDWARD K. EWBANK
DEBBI E. FENDLEY
PATRICK W. FERREE
DEBBIE A. FIGUEROA
ROBERT C. FININIS
KEN L. FIORI
MONTIE W. FOLGER
MATTHEW D. FORBY
WENDY M. FRIEZE
SHANNA J. FROST
ABIGAIL J. GARCIA
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CARY A. GAUT
GENE E. GAVLIK
MALISSA L. GENTEMAN
DAREN R. GERDES
JLILIO C. GOMEZ
MOISES J. GOMEZ
GILBERT Z. GONZALES
KRISS L. GORDON
DEBORAH L. GOTTLIEB
KIM M. GRINDSTAFF
SHANNON L. GROH
DANNIEL P. GRUMMETT
MARTHA S. GUERRERO
b JOHN HADJIS
KENNY G. HARRISON
HEIDI L. HERMSDORF
.IONI R. HESSELRODE
LISA R. HORNING
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STACEY L. JAUREGUI
MICHAEL A. JAYMES
MICHELLE A. JENSEN
CARYLE A. JESSUP
SCOTT S. JESSUP
JEFF S. JOHNS
DERRICK R. JOHNSON
ERIK K. JOHNSON
SCOTT C. JOHNSON
TAMMY J. JONES
LISA M. KINCH
SUSAN R. KINLOCH
SENIORS! I I6
BETHANY L. KIRK
JOE G. KIZLER
MARI J. KOISTINEN
KARL K. KOOSER
TONY C. KREUL
TOD R. LAFFERTY
MICHAEL A. LAMB
SHEILA D. LAMBERT
COLTON D. LAWRENCE
TRACY N. LAWRENCE
CHARICE D. LEABO
KATHY J. LEE
ROD D. LEONARD
Angie.XMcCusker and Chris Hamill exhibit the side effects of school
food. " ' ' ' ' ' " " "
TRINI M. LOPEZ
ALLEN H. LOVETT
VAL L. LUNA
KAREN L. MACKLEY
LISA C, MAGILL
GREGORY E. MAGNO
Scott Feazell exhibits the
marks of a unique indi-
BRIAN L. MANKA
DEBORAH M. MARCELL
MELANIE A. MARTIN
PATTI A. MARTIN
I I 7! SENIORS
NATHAN P. MARTINEZ
ERICKA M. MATTHIES
POLLY K. MAXWELL
STEVEN W. MAZEL
LINDA A. MENDOZA
JAMES J. MERCURIO
RAOLIEL M. MEZIN
OLGA L. MICHAELS
KYM D. MICHAELSON
GREG B. MILLER
MICHAEL J. MONTES
JOEL C. MONTGOMERY
KEVIN R. MOORE
JAYMIE R. MORA
Our football players show then' :pmt m one of
the pep rallies.
RANDY P. MORA
MELLISA D. MORALES
RICHARDA D. MORAN
STEVE E. MORICO
THERESA A. MC CONNELL
ANGELA J. MC CUSKER
NORMAN A. MC DONNELL
JEANNE MC LELLAN
MARK A. MOURTON
CHRISTOPHER T. MURRAY
CANDIE L. MYERS
JAMES C. MYRICK
BUNN M. NEAL
TIFFANY L. NELSON
WENDY G. NEWMAN
TINA M. NORIEGA
MICHAEL T. NUNNALLY
GLORIA L. OBREGON
WENDY L. ORT
MARY E. ORGORALINI
I CHRIS C. OLSEN
KIMBERLY A. OVENSHIRE
MICHAEL A. PAGE
DEBBIE L. PALIOKAS
TERI M, PARKER
TERRY G, PARKER
AVELEENA T. PATINO
TIM E. PEARMAN
PAUL S. PEREIRA
NICHOLAS R. PETERS. JR.
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JENNY L. PETERSON
PAUL J. PLANANSKY
RICHARD P. POIRIER
MICHAEL R. PORTER
SHAUN G. POWERS
JOE F. PRUETT
SHAWN M. RAFTER
SHERRY L. RAILIFF
JERRI L. READ
JAMES L. REEVES
GREGG D. REMPHER
I2 I fSENIORS
DARREN D. RESTAD
DAVID M. RESTAD
NANCY L. RICE
CHRIS M. RICH
ERIK M. ROGERS
ROCHELLE I.. ROGERS
JAMES P. ROMBOLD
ANDREA A. ROSE
DORI L. RUNDLETT
SANDRA D. SANDY
CARMEN l. SARVER
TIM R. SCHAEFER
SUZANNE M. SCHINDLER
BRIGITTE R. SCHLEMMER
Senior Sidewalk at Sunset
ERIK A. SHEARN
STEPHANIE N. SHIVELY
MICHAEL F. SHOEMAKER
TERRY E. SISCO
PATRICIA L. SISEMORE
JENNIFER L. SKINNER
DAVID R. SKOUSEN
BRIAN T. SMITH
DANIELE V. SMITH
SHAWN R. SMITHSON
DAVID L. SPECHT
Seniors Shannon Groh and Lonna Davis pal around
CHORLOTTE L, SPENCER
BECKY J. STACKHOUSE
SCOTT K. STEWART
LORA S. STOLLINGS
JOE R. SULAK
ROBIN L. SUMNER
RAYMOND J. SWEENEY
KRISTY L. TAYLOR
MIKE J. THOMPSON
TORI M. THOMPSON
ANNIE E. TIBBELS
MEARDEY S, TIM
COLEEN T. TO
STACEY A. TRIPP
BRANDY L. TURRENTINE
JANA L. VAN ROOY
AVELINA M. VASQUEZ
ERIC D. VELK
ANDRE S. VICTOR
THEREA L. VILLA
VINCE A. VONRANZOW
AMY R. WILD
STEPHANIE A. WILLIAMS
WAYNE W. WILLIAMS
CHRISTY C. WILSON
JULIE B. WILSON
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SENIORS! I 26
DEBORAH G. WINDER
JAMES C. WINLUND
DON J. WINTER
RICKY W. WINTERS
JAY C. WOEMPNER
GREG L. WORTHEY
VLAVONA M. WRIGHT
PHILLIP E. WRIGHT
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Vinayak Chaturvedi's guardian angel. Mr. J.
whispers words of advice.
Caryle Jessup. Jaymie Mora. Laurie Henion, and Erreca Batchelor perform EIsinore's version of the
Chris Hamill- Being a class officer for three
years I have seen the class of I986 take a
positive outlook towards school. '86 will al-
ways be remembered by EHS as the classiest
group on campus.
Ray Sweeney- Being a Senior class officer real-
ly gave me a lot of pride because I know that I
worked towards the success of the graduating
class of '86.
Christy Brown- As a Senior Class officer. l
have watched the Class of '86 put it's foot in
the right direction. I am proud to be part of the
most spirited and united class on campus.
Good luck '86.
Theresa Bolton- I am proud to be a member of
the class of '86. Remember. there is nothing to
fear but fear itself.
Senior Class Qfficers: Standing fleft to rightj Treasurer- Theresa Bolton. Presi-
dent- Chris Hamill. Secretary- Christy Brown. Kneeling: Vice President- Ray
SENIORS- When we first enrolled in high school, we had no idea of what the next four years had in store for us. We
didn't know that people we had never known would soon become close friends and we didn't know that these four
years would be such trying times. Through these school years we have matured and grown closer. We. the class of
l986. have always been the most united class ever since we were freshmen. lt seems as if we were freshman just
yesterday and now we are graduating. After four years it is time for us to say good-bye. Good-bye to pep rallies.
favorite teachers, homecomings. football games, proms. dances. school food, and most importantly we have to say
good-bye to all the close friends we have made in these four years. We no longer have to worry about being tardy,
Tbeing thrown in CAP or walking out to the 400's. All we have to worry about now is what we are going to do when we
graduate into the real world. Some of us will get jobs, some will go on to college and others will just take a break for a
while. Whatever we do, we all will be successful because we all are, and always will be. a part of the best class of all.
,the class of I986. Good luck and see you in I0 years.
' -A quote from Senior class president, Chris Hamill
I 27! SENIORS
I. Christy Brown. Rob Peters. and Denise Yanagisawa just got back
from the magic Kingdom.
2. Sheila lamlfert and Jenny Peterson evoke a great response from
3. Paul Planansky pulls for the Seniors during Spirit Week.
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SENIORSX I 28
CRAZIEST: Rob Peters and Shanda Horton
BEST PERSONALITY: Scott Jessup and Christina Reeves
MOST TALKATIVE: Jim Austin and Angie Blakely
PRETTIEST EYES: Terry Sisco and Angie Baldwin
V s. downs, good times and bad! We've had them all together! Jana,
thanx for your caring and friendship through everything, I Love You!
Andrea - thanx your ears! You mean "massive amounts"! Bear. Beck
Beck, Dabee. Womens Auxiliary, french buddies, teachers. flying
"Don't cha hate when that happens"
My buds, Mary, Andria. "Weiner", "Vin Chat", "Migo". Beck. "De
Bee". Chuckie. and all my family friends. I luv ya! Mr. Sop. you're the
greatest bud! Chemistry was the best. Water tights and food fights.
The family Class of 86 is the BEST.
, " Love Ya
Oh Please - Be real
"Jungle Jana" Jana the Hut
l wish it could last forever, I want to thank the seniors of 85 for making
me feel as much a part of their class as my own.
l'll never forget. the poon patrol. flag brothers, homecoming 84-85.
dollar movies, wild parties. haunted house, the night. lake bottom,
dancing and more, My second home. the Bennetts fthe junior high
gangj, you're all so special to me. Angie, Christy. Tommy you're the
best "Best Friends" anyone could ask for. John thanks for everything
we've shared. Hey, I couldn't have made it without you mom and dad,
you've made my life so wonderful. and I only hope some day I can
repay you. .
I would like to say Thank's to all my friend's S eph. Kimber, Linda,
Heather, Paul. Brendab. My teacher's QC . Blakemore, Cour-
noyer.j My family for pushing me through till the end.
To the guys for making school worth while QM. S, J,,j To little one, you
mean the world to me. To all the people who made my "4" years of
high school the best.
To a very dear friend Carla, for making my 9th, l0th, I Ith grade wild
and crazy, I will always remember the times we spent parting together,
To the class of "86". My years at E,U,H.S. will always be with me.
A very Special Thanks to a guy I met at the start of my junior year. and
been with ever since. The time we spent were great, I look forward to
the time ahead, and being with you, I care about you very much. "I
I love you mom. dad, Heathr. Shannon, Zack.
"Don't take life so seriously. You'Il never get out of it alive". Dr, Hillin.
thanks for all those sleepless nights and the paranoia you created, like
you said. "a hero must experience purgation . I.N.T.J, all- the
way. . Mr. Jones. thanks for being such a good"white" friend for the
past four years, You're my hero, Bishop Crippen. may God bless the
Yankees. To my good friends Rolf and Miguel thanks. Watch out world
here we come. "Tum Tuttie' Ka Thae Ho!" Mr. Boyle. get a shave.
Friends . . . Kec'-Chris.. . . Tennis r . , Indio-Q.. . New Music .mS,'Fashion
, . New York .Yankees , tan aiisfyam- r
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l'll always remember ASB4fllcp squad. dance, homecoming, and all the
great tinres. Class of 86. I love Ya. Brandy. thanks for always being
there. The 3.C's,jDarcy. Eric. Mark.'Erile. and Ms. 1, you are the people
my heart wilT remember, liglom and Dad you're'thea best. I'm gonna
make you proud. And to Kyle. you'are my life a'nd Iqlove You with all
my heart. "WE ARE QQNNA MAKE IT"
H . Christy Brown
I will always remember the many special people that helped me
through High School. Thanks to Ms. Fahlberg but most of all Kristie
lsaacks: my little "GiGi" She's the bestest friend anyone could ask for.
l'd- like to thank everyone who helped me. but there are too many.
'Q Buffie Elder
Remember that first day of school our Sophomore year, Scott? That's
when it started. I hope it never ends. You're the best thing that's ever
happened to me and I love you. Goodbye Mr. Boyle, Mr. Crippen, Mr,
Cournoyer. I will miss you! Angie Bal. you do mean a lot. Teri. I will
always care. Ann Marie. Cristina, Robin, John-l.uv Ya! Good luck to all
Love Angie Blakley
lfll never forget the love, support, and understanding from my parents.
thanks. I love you! Pebbles, the brother I never had. what memories.
Thanks! Guddo, your shadow was never dull, Harami. tum tutti cate ho!
Tikhal 007. "Ifthe blast don't get you. then the fallout will". If you turn
blue go see the coach, he'll know what to do. l'll never forgett survivors
of Pala Mission - CSF v Tennis and Soccer - RGA and Fo my Latino
friends -Jones and Ainsworth for being special- Dr. Srnoc's class - R.Ll.
and J.Pi who always make me smile - K.H. and R.R, U2 make my day.
sometimes - J.K. I luv ya - L.C. "Oh bless" - Disneyland with PR. EB.
NG, and ML. UNFORGETTABLE! Yammie you're generic. hal hal hal
Hadii. Shiek and Ham longtime friends. and who, could forget Mar-
chanito? WARNING: The gunslinger lives! Good luck Class of "86"I
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Spending my Senior year with little sister Boni was special. Memories of
Cheerleading, ASB, The Prophet and times shared with friends will
always be with me, Thanks to Adriane. Erreca and Sheila for always
being there. Christina Bennett. we've been through a lot together arull
love you sisl You'lI always be in my heart no matter where l got
Remember. Cubby wuv's ya' Wubbyl Also a very special thanks to a
very special guyl Karl- I could never begin to say how important you
are to me. Vou've made my Senior year the best ever and I truely love
I will never forget our group. Heather, Brandy. Daniele, my sweet sis
Christina. my bro's Tom, Mark. Antoin and especially Brian, Thanks for
the special memories of the mountain trip and the Proms, Longfellow,
Crippen S Blakemore are true friends, whose advice I will live by
forever, Remembering Football will always bring tears to my eyes
wishing those years could last forever. Tom, Mark, Brian and I will
always hang tough because love bonds brothers together! Thanks
Mom, Dad. Christina E Mikey for never losing faith in me, you too
Love Paul Bennet
Laurie and Mitch - Things are finally winding down and this period in
our lives is coming to a close, We've endured much together and many
things have gone by, but the memories I have of the two of you will
never fade, I love you! Thank you - Jamie. Steph. Erreca. Caryle, Karren
and Jen you gals are the best!
Kyle - When I think back on everything I will always smile.
This memory is especially for Erik Rogers and all the fun we've had:
Everybody on this earth has got a vice, and mine little darlin' is the
opposite of ice. Mine is the running hot waters of the daughter of
morality, in other words. this little princess thinks a lol about you. l'm
guilty in the first degreel Temptation!
I will always remember my bud's Tina. Keith. Stacia 1Shark!J. Andrea
Quan experience"j. Kammers. Montie, Mike. Don. Dougie. Debs. Sfian-
non, Matt, Jimmy. Paul, Larry, Polly. Siouxzy. Tawny, Tasha. Bif. Skip.
Buffy, Bert, Apes, Heids Snowelle. Gidget and many more. Dancin and
dance productions with Marti and Holly, Tennis with Corral and West-
fall, Modeling. choreographing and being Dance Club President. My
many varied nicknames and all the good times that "rolled" with my
friends, But most of all the support of family. friends. and teachers. For
each of you have taught me at least one thing about myself. Thankyou!
Thank you everyone for such wonderful times. Denise. my first friend
and Scott my trout buddy- I love you. Adriane and Daniele my sisters in
Christ and Devon my guardian and friend, To everyope on Pep Squad
we are the best. Rafe and Greg- I love you two more than words. And
all my friends whom I love and cherish thank you for smiles. Cheering.
El Lago, and Jesus is Lord,
Many different people have done so much for me and made me the
person I am today. Many teachers, Mr. Jones, Mr. Cournoyer. Mr.
Sopp. E Mr, Boyer, all helped to guide me through the obstacles. Many
friends. some still here: Cristina, one of the most caring people in the
world. and some unfortunately gone. Keith Naron. the man who led me
to the top and Mike Proctor, creator of many fantastic memories.
stories. and legends. I love you all.
l'll never forget the i
my light at the end of
Pant. thanks for all the great when
been at school. Laurie. the
ornament on the front of my
body, Tracie. babysitting me at the Padre game and concert.
long talks and our picnic by the lake. Mom. for always
The Ricker ff Scott, two very special guys who I love. Caryle
Errica. E- Crippen I love you all. The best memories are
My memories of Denise, my very first friend and D,S., B.A..
J,S., C.L.. I love you all. And my grumpy bear Tommy.
l'll cherish you in my heart always. l'll never forget Pep
A,S.8.. Chris dancing on a hill, Devon and Cristina, two blessings in my
life, And Mom and Dad for your support. I love you and l'll make you
Well guy's here we are. I can't believe were graduating High School. It
seems like iust yesterday we graduated Jr. High. l'm very happy I had
the opportunity to get to know so many good people. There's some-
thing special about all of you. Thank's. Good Luck.
Congratulations "SG" Michael Montes
It's over my friends! You are the best, Special people. Jeanne, thanks
for being such a good best bud. I knew we'd make it. Caryn June. good
luck next year. Thanks for sharing the fun times with me. The threezof
us shared some-"groovey'Q times. Remember the Cheech and Chong
Mobile? That was the best., Christi and Kati fthe cleaning ladyy friends
always. Lets clean the house next time and no more midnighgfights
Cbeanj, Norm. l'll never forget ya! Yoti always made my daysrilteniemis
ber I love ya' and l care, To all the others. Neisha. Ray, Lori. Kim. Gina?
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MOST STUDIOUS: Meardy Tim and Marcella Barrios
SHYEST1 Rafe Janikowski and Sheli Armstrong
MOST CASUAL: Dave Bullard and Beth Kirk
BEST SMILE: John Hadjis and Christy Brown
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Vrnayak Chaturvedr and Susan Hachee
BIGGEST FLIRT Brandy Turrentme
MOST SPIRITED: Chris Hamill and Jenny Peterson
MOST DEPENDABLE: Colton Lawrence and Robin Boswell
Mom and Dad thanks for putting up with the B.S. through the years. I
Special thanks to all my friends that were always there. Brian Finley,
Don McLaughlin, Paul Planansky, and Mike Proctor. It's been great.
How could l ever forget the group? The driveway discussions with
Laurie. going through the Taco Shop drive-thru at SDSU with Erreca
and without ordering anything. Michael. Chester and fortune cookies
were all so much fun! I will love you guys forever! Robin, always. Good
luck and God Bless!
Three years of yearbook. Being Sr, Editor. Everlastingfi friends like
Nancy Rice. Elke Hartman. Chris Hamill. Mr, Cournoyer, and Shannon
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Migge. Special friends like Greg Brinneman, Two years of Vanity
Swimming. My sister and friend Debbie Kirk. Getting my car and
getting to class late plus, All the fun!
Thanx to the class of '86. You've made my four years great! And to all
my special friends, You all know who you are. I luv U! Thank: to all my
teachers for putting up with me. and to Hollee, you're the best. Thanks
N V Mandy Krouse
Well this is llm now out of high school and ready to attack the world.
Mom and Dad: Thank you for always being there. I Love You both.
Becky, We had great times and I'll never forget them. llenel, I leave you
all the good times I had so here. Enjoy everyday you can. because it
will sodn be over. Rick, for the unforgetable moments we have shared
together and many more to come. I'Il always love you! Miss You Class
This isn't a Senior Memory it is more of a Thank You letter to: My mom
and dad for all the times you helped me when I needed help and
advise. For all the money and time you invested in me. Thank you for
everything, I LOVE VOU BOTH VERY MUCH. To the rest of my family. I
wish you all the best in life, your all very special to me. Thanks to my
friends K.M.. S.C., EV., S.G., and D.M,, for all the fun times, GOOD
LUCK .. See Ya!!!
" Erik Rogers
I will always remember my freshman year with Laurie and Neishakand
moving to Texas. My sophomore year with Karl and the Nbitclrertil
seniors Shanna and Tori, never going to school and always going to the
beach, all the fun times at the "the house", the Prophet and Chris M.'s
parties. My iunior year. Erreca's and my weird relationship. excorting
the queen at Homecoming, ASB. yearbook. being one ofthe three C's.
the Prophet and all the ILS., and the disappointing prom. My senior
year. the disgusting but fun ASB camp Qveteransj. yearbook, going to
Hollywood with K.W. 8 K.K.. and going to S. Francisco with Mike on a
Sunday night because we were bored, and everylhing else. I will never
forget all the special people I've met during my years in Elsinore. But
the people who I will always remember and be friends with for life are
Angie MC.. Lisa "O'D." and Shanna K. I love you guys. And a special
thanks to my sisters Carole and Cynthia for putting up with me for four
years. I love ya.
I never knew life existed on the other side of the mountain. l had
thought! died when I moved here. I probably would have if it weren't
for my special friends. You were there when I needed you, you picked
me up and wipes my tears, you're very special and I love you all, l'll
always remember two years of volleyball and softball, McDonaldland
when Katie peed on the carousel. wrestling with Georgie after softball
games. dancing all night with Jana, remembering with Debbie the good
times we had back home in Newport. Thanks Deb for being my best
If in heaven we don't meet
hand in hand we'll bear the heat
and if it gets to hot
Pepsi-Cola will hit the spot
Failing Geometry with Pgn and Lori, I want an otterpop really bad. Ski
club, Utah Q52 wejrd sclggige and CSE thinks Mom and Dad and
family. It's UCl'smted sclibol or bust. Jamin forllife. God Bless this class
at sax Jerry'?'lgtd , 4 i e K f-si
i' 's wigecky Stackhouse
To the members ofthe Womens Auxiliary and all my good friends of
years gone by Here's to ants. the sky. holey Levis, mud pudcllesgand
being impaired. In addition to this. let's not forget about lack of sleep.
twenty page reports which gave us the opportunity to practice B.S.'ing,
Courtly Love which led to the aforementionedB.S,'ing. last minute
cramming and the infamous acne causing stress associated with our
killer classesYut through all of this. l've had an excellent timex, and to
all my friends and jamming teachers. who became my fridhds, l'd like
two years of
who has helped and supported me the most and
ally believed in me Freshman year cheering track.
to the Prom with Rick Harper I7th Birthday. Football
cheering for 88 ' Greg if your a dream I II sleep forever. Mom.
and you Kawen for all that you guys have
games going dancing. the prortig . Y
wedge. To everyone that I watched Boingo with. always "Remember
What the Wise Man 5aid"!
Greatest memories with my best buddies Mitch. thanks for all the good
times in S.D., Ricky you were always there when I needed you. Lori.
Errica. Traci. Carol, Jim. Matt, Darren, Susan. Shannon C.. and Missy
liisl. I love you all! There will be many good times to come. Thanks
Mont and Dad for all your love and support.
these are the easiest times of our lives. Some say they are
ich. We've learned. we've shared a part
and cared. Right now is the hardest. it's
:day we'Il understand and prosper and
and ,for that . . . These are the best of
I., MDM, DAD, LA.. T.B.. T.I-I., ETC. ..
Deborah M. Marcel!
All 4 years were great! Swimming. Cheerleading, Yearbook, Homecom-
ing. close friends, Mr. Boyle and pep rallies fwhen the class of 86
always wonlj made it all fun. Special thanks to Matt Krause, I will
always love you. Mark, l'm really glad we finally got to fulfill our
freshman wish. Bran, your the bestest friend. I wuv ya! Good luck to the
class of 86!
N P.S. "Member the Night"
You ve been
taught the meaning of a true
but somehow we pulled
but our friendship will
thank you to Kurt Yinger for
If it weren't for your love
to lose you. You're
everything I do. The last
,lsend my love to my fanrily and my best friends. Val and Track for
friends Thanks Mom and Dad for nearing. My thanks to Keri. Carrie. Shannon. Paul. John and Jeff for
v ya! ' Thanks to
memories. y A
and Caryle for the use of their homework
years I wouldn t have made it without you!
the boys that I spent endless hours with at the
making my senior weekends the best. And all of my love to you. CJ.,
for being you and understanding ine. I love you.
K Jennifer Skinner
l'll always remember those great senior memories with Holly in the
dance room and all the cheerleaders that became my closest friends.
Rori. Shiela. Christy. Danielle, Robin. Adrian. Mindy, Mandy. Joey.
Angie. and Teri, and expecially to my best friend Christina. The memo-
ries of soccer tryouts with John. Tommy, Cookie. and Tedd. But the
greatest senior memories of all was all of my friends I've gone to school
with since Junior High, Kyle. Chris. John. Scott. Chuck. and Rob, and
ALL the Flagg brothers!!! and my good friend Little Rae during summer
I would like to thank all the good friends and teachers who cared
about me. l'll never forget Homecoming, pep rallies. ASB. Leadership
Camp. Veteran's Cab. 3 C's. soccer. Boyle. Crippen. and Jones. Not all
things last forever and I guess it had to happen soon. I have to say
these last four years have been the best and I'll never forget it. Class of
'86, you're the best!!
High School life . . . friends, good times, special times. and memories
. , .. football games. sophomore float, sharing rides. Dance production.
chemistry mishaps. and Mr. B's neck lines. Summers at beaches. Lake
Mead. Mexico and Wash D.C. Thanks to all my best friends Laurie,
Mitch, Jaymie. Traci, Steph. Erreca and U.l. Terry. I Love You all. Good
Luc! "SG" Grads!!!
- ' gg, Caryle Jessup
.My sophomore year! Good friends like Beth Kirk. Diane Davis, Steve
Martinez, Cathy Mashek. and Angie Blakely. My first love, Tim Henion.
Migflogi. Mr. Crippen, and Mr. Cournoyer - I Love You All! Marty
f.Brov7ii and the l984 Dance Production. And all the sunrise surfing
sessions with 'Jhc Gang".
4" Nancy Rice
It has been a great four years of High School. Playing soccer. sharing
The years with mfffrjgnds ESPECIALLY Brandy and Brian. who have
been the'Best. And Adriane who l'll always cherish each moment ever
fshared togetlyera But most of all John H. who has been more than a
friend a brother. Also being a T.A. for Holly R. who l'm going to miss
K Tommy Luna
Eric Dttage Vellt . . , Air Bear . . . remembers , . , toiletpapering cheer-
leader's houses with Ricky. football beach parties. screwing up Kyle's
knee in passing Ieagyse, the night with Kate. Angie. and Mark, my
sltirlhead. waterslciing with Darren, missing a field goal freshman year
against Diamond Bar, snow ski parties at my cabin, and my special
listening friend Ricky W. Favorites going snow skiing with the
gang. my football secret pal Qwhoever she isl. my game winning inter-
ception against Riverside Poly. Future plans , , go to college and
study Dentistry. play sports and go pro, lnvolvements . . . Football I-4.
Basketball I-4, baseball I-4. Ski Club V.P.. partying.
3 5 Eric Velk
I thank all my good friends for the funnest four years ever.VChester,
Caryle. Jaymie. Mitch -.yogi guys made it fun! Kiid my three bestest
X buddies: Laurie. my prayer pal. Steph, going to SDSU. and the R.C. stuff'
and Felix. my cheer pal. and of course. Chrissy! Hove yotfiguys so
much! And Colton. you are worth the three yeargwait, I love you!
' Errecm Batchelor
I've loved before! Kelly thanks for the special memories! Secretly loving
my special Angie. I want to thank you, for making my Dream come
Finally thanks mom 5 dad for everything, and Paul E- Sharyn I couIdn't
have made it without you. Love you all.
As a sophomore having food fights with the gang at lunch. Taking
STAT's for the Freshman and J,V. football team. working with coaches
Ford and Anderson going to McD's after every away game it was great.
My Jr. year being in the dance production and taking dance again so
that I can have a really great fun class. Being with my pals Louna.
Janna, Becky. Mary. and the IQSI of the gang. My senior year has been
the best so far and I cant wait to go to all the Senior activities. And
while we the class of 86 await graduation we will make the best of it!!
because the class of 86 has all the class!!
By Kim Grindslaff
I will always remember being a mascot. playing softball. pizza afterkthe
games. Denise's part at lunch, the pep rallies and going crazy with
friends, Thanx to all my close buds who made these memories worth
while, Mandy, Kelly. Julie. Angie, Brandy. Mark. Shiela, Joe, lianne,
Kristie. Paul. Karen. Lori. Christlnia. Shelly, Martin. Heather and espe-
cially Stan the man. '
To Phil, Bill. Bill. Ken, and Ed.
You've all been the "bestest" friends a guy could ever ask for. You
have molded rnylife since the first day I met you. You were there when
I needed you the most, Icotildn't ask for anything more. You're one of
,a kind. You're the best, You're my brothers.
' Brothers forever, Frank
To all Flaggs. K
Welton say "ll's finally over". but it's so sad. You've showed me
tltere's more to life than just school and work. Let's never lose contact.
How would we survive without each other?
lremember playing ball with my bros. Paul, Mark. and Brian. I love you
guys. Football would have been meaningless without you. Coach Bla-
kemore is going to make a name for this school.
I'll never forget wrestling. I.et's face it. we were awesome this year.
Coach Campbell, I love you like a father. Joe and Darren Qmy little
brosq. keep the tradition next year. You guys are the best.
Last and most important. Heather Creamer. You've made my four years
so special. but not half as special as the rest of our life together, I love
Ricky: The special memories that we shared through the years. Best of
Susan: lntered my life with love, friendship. and understanding. There
always is a place in my heart.
Eric: The jack of the gang. Lots of memories from the years. To the rest
of the people who shared a special part of my life: Wayne, Jamie.
Cynthia. Kira, Gilbert. Shannon. Terisa. Robin. Wendy. Eric. and the
rest of my friends.
Love to my Mom and Dad for all the carring and understanding
through the years.
I will always remember Homecoming 83, being a varsity cheerleader,
and the dance productions. Thanks to all my friends Qespecially to you
Robin and Angie. and to the 85-86 Spirit Squad: you're the greatestl.
I'll never forget my special friend lohn. I wish you the best of luck.
Thanks to Mom and Dad for all their support. Keith Naron, I love you.
First of all, I would like to thank all the teachers. fSopp, Reed, Tryon.
Gonzales. Jones, Crippen. Ortizj. who made my four years at FIJI-IS
mind boggling and stressful, I love you alll!! R Tryon- I would never
have beaten Vinayak without you!!! J.JYou mean more to me than just
a friend: l'll never forget you. Thanks for all your support!!! Scooter-
Whal can I say? You've taught me more than just basketball. The
memories will never fade. To all my friends. I'II never forget the good
times: going to football games, dances. and even a few parties!! To the
one person who added a touch of class to my highschool years - Colton
- l'lI love you always!!! The memories will live on forever!! My
family- Your support was like a booster chair. I could never have made
it without you!!! I dedicate my highschool years to my sister- Tina.
Without her getting up and laying out my clothes, and support. I
woul?ln't have survived. I love you!
Best of luck to the Class of "S6". Love always. Angela McCusker,
I'lI always remember the parties. the,smiles. the tears on our faces.
Thanks. Keith, for your support. Eric for your love. and Greg for your
My special friends. Denise, Scott. Rob, Karl and Jenny. Erik R.: May you
someday open up and let people see the real you, as I have.
Thanks to my loving brother, for you are rfot forgotten. nor will you
ever be. As long as life and memory hug will remember thee. . .
l know you'd be proud.
my . Shiela Larnburt
H' First of all :l'd like to, thank mvi bglriend Kellyhwhoirz-Qelpedi' me I wf4hFalways remember things like my Jt.tnior'Prom at the Sheraton and
through some of the hardest timesfin-'my life. I Ioiie you. Kel! hiv l'd Disneyland the :Text day. .Also my "Mappy I-lew Year '8S". at the
like to thank Valerie for all her suppontag for being the best ffiend a Bennett's hogpe. Dad giving up his Jeep to buy me a new car and the
girl could ever have. llove you both so much. Jamie. support my parents have given' me. Q will never forget my best and
I ' 1 Jamie Wilson greatest friendfiny brother, Paiul Bennett, and the great times with niy
Q. 'S' ' friends- Kelly. Christina. Denise, C3leeniDanielIe, Brianilick. Antion.
My years at Elsinore will always be remedered for footbalh wrgstliif ark, and PwlfAl5Qlpgjng 3 Spiyit H1 Jaliqrion Daily '84 and Mike
and friends. My thanks to my coaches. especially coach camphell. l'Il eilg'SSl!H.qvigg Jgreiffriend allQ3ehgf.likeJCbaeh Blakemore, But
always remegnber my special friends. Tom. Brian. Erick. Brandy. most andibqt of all my sweethean Torn Ci:I'IQiglToQe YQH baby".
Christy. Heather. Mark A. Danielle. and my sister Christina. and ilP.i.l love you too Brianf J' fe- V L
mostly Paul, for all our good times we shared as brothers. To the gi .,,, - al 3, A . f ' aeathegCleamer
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CUTEST COUPLE: Tom Collins and Heather Creamer
FRIENDLIEST: Kyle Manderscheid and Mandy Krouse
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MOST ATHLETIC: Brian Anderson and Dan-
ASB is a major organizing body on
campus and I think in the three
years l've been with the group, we
have come a long way. ASB is much
like a job and I know that when I
stan working, it will really help.
You have to be reliable and
propmt, and ASB teaches that.
This year my office involved orga-
nizing everybody. It is like a traffic
controler, I have to direct others
where to go.
I have become a better person in
ASB. It has made me friendly, trust-
worthy, and responsible. It has
been a major part of making me
what I am. -Matt Preilipp, ASB
ASB has been a very trying and re-
warding experience for me. I have
had to deal with many impractical
and impersonal people during my
reign. but I have only benefited
from the whole adventure.
Working on the prom, leading the
House of Representative, meeting
deadlines and fulfilling goals were
periods in ASB that I will never for-
I would like to thank the following
people for making my ASB office a
Cindy S. and Paige M. for showing
me how a senior shouldn't act, Jill
for brightening my day with her
sarcastic but relative remarks, Den-
ise, Adriane. Christy, Chris. Greg
and Theresa for their friendship
and making the l985 leadership
camp the incredible fun that it was.
fAlways remember VETERAN'S and
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Chris doing the limbo., I'II never
forget you guysl No matter how
bad the situation was, we always
made the best of things. -Colton
Lawrence, ASB VICE-PRESIDENT
Being in ASB, I have really changed
from boring, average, and dull to
more social and active in school. I
have learned to lead and to take
responsibility. ASB gave me exper-
ience in leading so I can take
charge of my own life. I will be
helped into college, be more ad-
vanced in my goals, and given per-
spective on my abilities. Also, I've
learned in ASB that you can't back
out of your responsibilities, and
you have to take charge. Hard work
will see anything through, and if
you do things right. then you'll
soar to the top. -David Skousen,
My Responsibilities this year were
to take minutes, type. write thank
you notes. and keep records of ev-
erything going on at EHS. Also, I
was in charge of Homecoming ac-
tivities along with Mike Shoemaker
and I was chair of the poetryfshort
story competition during Academ-
ic's Week. They both involved a lot
of stresslll In ASB I have learned
that it is never too hard to accom-
plish a goal and that I can make all
my dreams come true. ASB has also
taught me real responsibility and
also how to become an improved
person. All of us in ASB had many
hopes to make this year the best,
and to me, I feel we did our best to
do it. l'm proud of all our accom-
plishments we have made. -Den-
ise Yanagisawa, ASB SECRETARY
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many different situations. This will help me
when I start college and my career. l've
learned responsibility and l've grown as an
l'm going to miss Denise, Christy, Chris, and
Colton the most, and all the fun times we have
shared in school and out.
I also want to thank Chris and Colton for all
the help and support they have given me. They
are two people that can always make me
smile. ASB was an experience not always en-
joyable but unforgetable. -Adriane Trevino-
COMM. OF PEP
I feel ASB has helped me get through my high
school years and it also helped me see the
good and bad points of myself and my school,
and it has shown me ways to try and do some-
thing about those points.
I would like to thank Carol Johnson because
she has shown me the way to get things done
right and to grow as a person. Also, thanks to
the whole class because we've been through
and have done so much together.
If I had the chance I would have gotten the
entire students body in one place and tell
them how wrong they are about ASB. We
worked very hard for them this year and we
got nothing back from them. Michael Floyed
Shoemaker- COMM. OF SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
I would like to thank ASB as a whole because
everyone was specisl in their own way. We have
disagreed at times but we all shared the same
goals: to make Elsinore High a better place.
ASB deserves more credit than what they get. We
didn't run for office for ourselves, but rather for the
My office this year involved publicizing all activities
that ASB sponsored. I also was responsible for let-
ting the students aware of what was going on.
I think the ultimate thing ASB would like to achieve
in the future is for all of the students to have school
pride. "School is what you make of it." -Jill
Haworth-COMM. OF PUBLICITY
My office involved running all l.C.C. meetings and
reporting back to ASB. I would like to see the I.C.C.
grow even larger than it is at the present time. I
would like to see lots of unity within that group.
The thing l'll miss most about ASB is the people!
They are a very special group and I will miss all of
them. Dealing with people is something you need
to do throuqhout your life and ASB has helped me
learn how to improve my skill. -Sherry Ratiff-
COMM. OF CLUBS
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"Being on the Prophet staff for
years has been an excellent growing
perience and has assisted me in ul
my writing skills. Moreover, being on
staff has given me an opportunity to
as a voice of the students, expressing
general opinion on the infallacies of
school. Being editor this year was
nitely a memorable experience."
"Being a member of the Prophet
been a rewarding experience. To
lowed to voice my opinion through
writing has aided in the developn
my writing as a whole. As Co-ec
learned new journalism skills and
niques and I truly feel that being a
a newspaper staff has been a vital
my high school period," Karl li
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'members Laurie Smith, Mike Montes, Damon Ridgeway, Paul Plansky. co-editor Karl Kooser, Doug Cockrum, Brandy Turrentine.
ane Trevino. co-editor Colton Lawrence, Richarda Moran, and Dawna Cunningham.
Prophet A Novelty At EUH
geway. who is currently a ju-
' at EUHS, was, according to
rence and Kooser, selected
his leadership capabilities and
erior writing skills.
igh school newspaper is con-
'red to be somewhat a novelty
mg students of any particular
1 school campus. It is one of
only means in which a student
actually examine the pages
review material that was cre-
l specifically for them and
r interests and read about
ple and events that he or she
1 direct contact with.
E PROPHET is no exception! lt
'uely a novelty to the students
EUHS. Each issue has always
tained fascinating and often
as controversial articles that
lured the readers attention.
le instigating conversation. ln
ition THE PROPHET has never
ed in its obligation for enter-
ing, while informing. Creative
feys, reviews and features
have earmarked this publication
in its efforts to establish a re-
spected and distinguished news-
Two years ago the PROHET en-
countered a dramatic change
when Ms. Olga Kokino replaced
Ms. Mary Diehl as advisor. Under
Ms. Diehl THE PROPHET was ba-
sically self-directed with little re-
strictions and the paper flour-
ished as a humourous and ex-
tremely entertaining publication.
However, THE PROPHET was pe-
nalized several times for what was
considered to be "too liberal of
journalism practices." Thus, the
success of THE PROPHET was
tainted by flaws in professionism
and too many unsatisfactory page
ln contrast to Ms. DeihI's instruc-
tion, Ms. Kokino enforced strict
policies and sought to raise the
standards of the paper. Proffe-
sionalism as far as high school
publications go. became appar-
ent, and the quality received
praise and much attention from
practically everyone. Confident of
its quality, the staff entered THE
PROPHET in the most prestigious
newspaper contest in the country,
the Colombia Scholastic Press As-
sociation. Among several thou-
sand high school and college
newspaper entries, THE PROPHET
was awarded a first place ranking
ln addition, staff members who
entered other various writing
competitions came away with
many ribbons and trophies. The
standards had certainly risen.
This year's co-editors Karl Kooser
and Colton Lawrence have bond-
ed together to continue the suc-
cess of THE PROPHET under Ms.
Kokino, and their ambitions have
inspired a fiery determination.
With the staff, the editors have
exceeded last years accomplish-
ments and have risen the quality
of journalism to new heights.
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After reviewing possible candi-
dates to serve as editor of the pa-
per forthe I987 school year, Olga
Kokino. Colton Lawrence and
Karl Kooser unanimously chose
Damon Ridgeway to fill the posi-
Brandy Turrentine and Norman McDon-
nell insinuate that completing a layout is
stressful to accomplish.
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The Elsinore Union High School Tiger Pride Marching Band
was, as always, an asset to the school. They performed
throughout the state of California, showing EUHS pride to
best advantage. The EUHS Tiger Pride band is led by direc-
tor Terry McPherson.
Top row standing, left to right Samantha Hurlbert, Michelle
Fields, Cheli Gutierrez. Jennifer Bishop. Christi Thompson.
Gina Woody, Debbie McCulIy, Brenda Latoskey, Gina Alex-
ander, Misty Thompson, Kathy Mathews, Jana Baxter.
Shields. left to right
Stacey Buchanan, Leslie Wolfe, Kristina Pancoast, Kim Pan-
toja, Hortensia Cortez, Holly Clark, Kathy Hutchinson.
Jim Carl Kristii Isaacs, Cami
Row-Director Terry McPherson. Samantha Hurlbert. Valerie Castro, Christie Mailloux.
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During this I985-I986 school year, our Elsinore High
School Dance Club has been worked hard at achieving
their goal-the ever famous dance production. The theme
of this years production was "A STEP IN TIME". Under
the supervision of Holly Romero and the choreography
of Ericka Matthies, Nancy Rice, Beth Kirk, Robin Boswell,
Teri Parker, Mandy Krouse, Rori Brinley, Julie Miklas,
and Jenny Bandy, that goal was achieved. It took a lot of
hard work, hours of practice, and miles of determination
to make the dream of a success. Without these elements,
the members of the Elsinore High School Dance would
never have taken "A STEP IN TIME".
"Dancing is a way to express your
inner feelings. Dancing here at
E.U.H.S. one is given the opportuni-
ty to have fun while learning a form
of art. During the past five years I
have witnessed the growth of this
club, the hard work that goes into
the dance production, a change of
instructors. and the excitement be-
fore a show or tryout. We've come
a long way and I hope to see even
more commitment and variety of
style in future years."
"A STEP IN TIME" choreographers: Rori Brinley, Beth Kirk, Teri Parker, Nancy Rice, Ericka
Matthies, Jenny Bandy, and Julie Miklas.
Tammy Davis. Angie Blakely, and Nicolle Vogt demonstrate warm-up. an important part of
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Hollee Romero- the one and only Dance Club
Rori Brinley reaches for the stars. .
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I April Compos puts her nose to the grindstone so to speak.
"I have so many thoughts about the dance produc-
tion. it is hard to express them all. My thoughts
usually range from spectacular production numbers
to nightmares of dancers falling down on the stage
for in the pity.
My expectations for dance are simple. Have fun,
work hard, and always give your very best!
I hope you have enjoyed watching us as much as we
have enjoyed dancing for you.
Hollee Romero- Dance Club Advisor
The equipment of dance.
Bandy perfects a pose.
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Jennifer Stekkinger and Tammy McNeal hang out outside the theatre.
The objective of the Drama class this year was to
produce star material. This goal was met when
students began to realize their potential under
the direction of the renowned Archie Cain. This
transition was brought about when students be-
gan to realize their self-worth and projected this
on the stage.
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"Act well your part for there, all the honor
lies." This is definitely an inspirational pas-
sage for any actor who graces the stage of a
theatre, but those who use this as their motto
are not just any actors. They are Thespians.
The Thespian Club is an honorary club in
which membership can only be gained by mer-
itorious participation in Theatre Arts. Here at
EHS we have a well-defined Thespian group
who are consistently redefining the terms
pride ambition and ability They are as sig
nificant to the success of EHS as the football
team or the marching band Without these
special people life on EHS would be lacking in
the creative spirit that makes a high school
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The EUHS FFA chapter has been on the move.
this year, from dawn until dusk. Between tend-
ing their livestock and agriculture and com-
peting at fairs like the Date Festival and the
Hemet Farmer's Fair, they have not had much
idle time. The purpose of all of this hard work
is to strengthen their skills and conficlences
enough to work in the field of agriculture.
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Over the past several years, members of the Mecha Club at E.U.H.S. have opened
their hearts to needy members of our community with donations of food and gifts
during the holiday season. However. this year's club members were given the
opportunity to take their concern for others beyond the local area. Aware of the
destructive earthquake in Mexico City. they decided to raise some money to
donate to the Red cross for Mexico City earthquake relief. They chose to raise
money through a candy sale which was scheduled as their first fund raiser of the
year. Due to their generosity and efforts. the club members were able to present a
check of 5500.00 to representatives of the American Red Cross at the Riverside
I would like to recognize the past members of the Mecha Club for their concern
for the less fortunate members of the local community and the current members of
the club for their concern for the international community. Well Done!
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left to right. .laimie Phillips, Missy Brown. Debbie Beasley, Cathy Rubecamp, Gina Alexander, Britt Kibala, Mr. Gonzales.
Not in any particular order - Debbie Crowley. Karin Crowley, Debbie Beasley, Rod
Leonard, Heather Lyons, and David St. Cyr.
The Leo Club is a service club which
is orientated towards benefiting the
community. Throughout the school
year, many activities have been ac-
complished through the efforts of
John Gonzales, his wife, and Truman
Brown. Their support has been
aimed towards the funding of a
blood mobile, contributions to the
City of Hope, and their efforts which
helped bring about for a new victory
stand for our bell. Their major goal is
to earn money to aid in sight conser-
The Key CIub's main purpose is to
provide an opportunity for high
school students to develop leader-
ship through activities and projects.
Such projects which have aided our
community include: the preparation
and distribution of food to the needy
during Christmas toime, and various
fund raisers which are directed for
the improvement of our city. With-
out the advisors Breck Allen, Terry
Cole, and the support of the Kwain-
ias is, the success of the Key Club
would not have been possible.
Left to right, Andres Carrion, Tina Van, Vuthy Tim, Cheli Gutierrez. Martha Meza, Lynnette
lbach, Mrs. Vinkel, Samantha Hurlburt, Martin Irlanda. and Lance Roberts. Not pictured:
Debbie Beasley, Mary Orgaline, Andrea Rose, Sheila Griger, Tatia Hielman, Sophy Sary.
Kimberly Ovenshire, Paul Fisher, Jeff Lichorobic.
With the assistance of Mrs. Gordon, So-
nya Wilson, and Carolyn Jackson, the
Black Student Union has become an ac-
complished group which has participat-
ed in many events. These events consist
of attending Regional BSU Conventions,
joining the Cultural Business Leaders of
America, and the sponsoring of the an-
nual Negro History program. The club's
main purpose is to develop self pride and
leadership which will contribute to each
member's success for the future.
AFS, the American field service, is the
foreign exchange club on campus. Miss
Vinkle is the club's advisor, as she has
been for two years. There are I5 mem-
bers in the club, and Samantha Hurlburt
is the president. They meet bi-weekly on
The foreign exchange club sponsors stu-
dents from abroad during their stay in
the U.S., and sends Elsinore students to
foreign countries. This year AFS is spon-
soring Andreas Carrion of Panama. Last
summer they sent Neil Allan to Japan,
and Jack Withers is currently in Austra-
lia. The club is looking forward to next
year, when they hope to have more stu-
dents go abroad. and a larger club mem-
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Not in any particular order - Cindy Delph. Leonora Gore, La Keshia Green, Patricia Barrett, La Shawn Westbrook, Solon Scott, Shelley Wright,
Annette Barnes, Diane Phillips, Rosalind Hamilton, Antonette Wilson, Kimie Rials, Nicole Robinson Michelle Janse, Sophia Tuttle, Lorraine
Castro, Darryl Armstrong, Bridget Delph. and Samy Love.
C.S.F. QCalifornia Scholastic Federationj is a club which exists to honor those students who have chosen to
strive for excellence in the field of academics. This, however, does not mean that the CSF members are onl
involved in academics, instead the members are of a diverse group with diverse interests. As a result of th!
interactions among the individuals with varied backgrounds, cultures, languages, and religions, the mem-
bers of CSF have grown and matured mentally, educationally, and philosophically. The dedication, determi-
nation, strength, perseverience, and tenacity, have been a major part of the success for CSF members in
academics here at Elsinore High School, but more importantly it has been a significant factor in seeking for
e a the best in life.
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This year we had ten QIOJ foreign exchange
students on campus. They were from Holland,
Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Japan. They
liked the weather, numerous TV channels, the
friendly people they have met here, and
Cheech and Chongs version of "Born in the
U.S.A." They don't like lock-out, retention,
distance to and from places or cold mornings.
Also. they have found American teenagers to
be ignorant of Europe.
In general. the students have found American
teenagers to be the same as European teen-
agers. We all dress the same, and act similar-
ly. Here, girls wear more makeup and there
are larger cards. In Europe, there are no pick-
up trucks. All of the foreign exchange stu-
dents seem to be having a great time in the K
Leon Dielen - Holland, I7
"Roses are red,
Violets are blue
and I Love you"
Dorthe Skjodt - Denmark, I6
"l guess I like it here. but
friend, Nick Kirshaw!"
Martin Langels - Sweden. I7
"Overall, America is good.
Mari Koistinen - Finland, I8
I miss my best
"lt's great here! All of the people are so
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'Only one more cheer until half-time.' sighs Alisha Covington,
The Freshman Spirit Squad comes
alive and cheers the frosh foot-
ball team to victory. Receiving
many ribbons at camp, the fresh-
man squad became confident
and excited for the year. The
freshman squad consists of 8
cheerleaders, and they unana-
mously agree what they liked
most about their first year cheer-
ing was the chance to be a high
school cheerleader, and to be
near the guys.
Frosh pirit Come Alive
Leanne B,-own Bgni Yanagisawa. Page Maurer, Sabrina Harlan, Amy Paige, Melissa Cleveland, Alisha Covington, and Jeanette Wilson.
SPIRIT! l Sl
The El Lago staff is proud to say that, through many sleepless nights, numerous gray
hairs, and uncountable hours of dedicated work, we pulled together to present this
fantastic yearbook. Much of the well-earned credit goes to Mr. Jones, who was this
year's new staff advisor. Having a new advisor had its benefits, for we were able to instill
new and better ideas into the year's annual. Through Mr. Jones' dedication and careful
supervision, the staff overcame obstacles and turned out a book we are proud of.
Colton Lawrence and Kerry Shay. the co-editors of this book, decided last year to try for
the first time in El Lago's history to have two editors. This changed many aspects of the
yearbook production. For one, they often could not agree between themselves on all of
the different elements that go into a book. so the staff was given a more active part in
choosing things like typography, cover design, and theme. Despite the fact that all of
this made the process longer, we feel we came up with a yearbook that is more
Despite the ominous presence of the administration's concerns hanging over us, it did
little to damper the enthusiasm of the staff. The claimed "best dance of the year" that
was sponsored by the El Lago staff started off the year with a bang, igniting the fire of
spirit and pride among the students.
And let's not overlook the problems that the staff overcame by devoting their time
working nights and weekends to make this yearbook the best from cover to cover for the
students at Elsinore.
The 85-86 El Lago Staff: Mike Montes, Nancy Rice. Paul Planinsky. Joe Butler, Susan
Hachee, Kerry Shay, Daniele Smith, Chris Hamill, Colton Lawrence, Angela Mc Cusker.
Rosita Ustariz, Tammy Davis, Lisa O'DriscoII. Beth Kirk. Cristina Reeves, Tim Schaefer.
Estella Lopez, David Specht, Kurtis Hudson.
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Mr. Jones gives Sheila Lambert some advice on how she should finish her layouts:
Sheila was editor of the sports section this year.
Nancy Rice and Beth Kirk ham it up for the yearbook camera,
An unexpected picture is taken as Tim Schaefer trys to finish his volleyball page.
Daniele Smith flashes one of her famous smiles.
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Vhe picture on the left is what the
fearbook staff sends into Jostens,
:ur yearbook publisher. We draw
:ur prepared layout on what is
:alled a 3-R layout sheet and later
:end in the photographs to be sized
md cropped. After compiling it all
Qogether, the .lostens company fig-
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:ages to look like, prints it, and
:ends us the end product- a com-
CO-Editor Colton lawrence.
CO-Editor Kerry Shay.
The 85-86 EL LAGO Staff shows their real personal
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JUNIORSX I 58
Mario A. Abella
J. Matthew Abrams
Amanda J. Adey
Robert R. Aguado
Darren K. Allanson
Neil W. Allen
Michael C. Allison
Jennifer L. Allsup
Henry M. Alonzo
Nena Alvarado ,
Antoinette A. Anaya
Kristina A. Anderson
Carnmi I.. Arias
Jessica A. Arnett
Donna G. Awah
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Donavon B. Baker
John W. Baldwin
Robin L. Ballew
Patricia R. Barrett
Brian H. Barrick
Robert E. Bartlett
Jeannie M. Batson
Harold R. Beasley
Kennith W. Behrends
Nancy L. Bellinghausen
Thorn C. Beltramo
Kirsten D. Berger
Brian J. Bettarel
Debbie l. Bidwell
Darin S. Bishop
Betsy A. Blacher
David C. Blackmore
Dallas D. Blooding
Brian W. Bower
Brent l.. Boylan
Brad Allred, working with the new auto shop visual equipment.
Cindy Miller: My most memorable moment was the day I met Ron
here at school. I want to thank him for all the happiness and fun he
brought me for those 9 months and for being a good friend now.
Tammy Davis, my true best friend, helped me through hard times
and alot of pain. We've had loads of fun together and she has been
a really special person in my life.
Jennifer Allsupz My most memorable time in high school was
homecoming night of l985. I was junior princess. It was a dream
come true. Thanks to all of my friends they made that night very
special. There is one person I want to thank most and that is my
best friend Carrie Pierce. Thanks Carrie for being such a great
friend. I will never forget you.
Todd Lee: I will always remember the "Tri-Todds", and especially
the "FIagg Brothers." I had a great time guys! I love you!
Carrie Pierce: My most memorable moment was to see my good
friend Jennifer Allsup make it for Homecoming princess. This has
been the best year that I have ever had. Thanks to my friends Shela.
Kari, Laura, and Ann! Thanks to Martin too, you really made my
Tammy Davis: I will never forget the night at Nancy Rice's house
with Beth Kirk, Erik R.. Scotti C., and Eric V. That is one night that
will be in my mind forever. POP! Cindy Miller. My best friend,
thanks for everything you have done for mel I know we have been
through some hard times together, but I know everything will be
ok! KD you should know how much you I care for you, I will always
treasure our friendship!
Joe Brown T
Kelli R. Cantrell
Jim F. Carl
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Lorraine M. Castro
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Gina M. Charles
Richard S. Concliola
Lisa M. Coslin
Jamie A. Cottingham
Richard G. Courson
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Tamara L. Daugherty
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Noel A. Davis
William Davis Jr.
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Julie M. Dell
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Dionna J. Eckert
Lisa M. Edwards
Shawn S. Ellison
Cindy L. Engberson
Paul T. Ernst
Esequiel E. Estrada
Darin L. Eunice
Sonja D. Felgar
Chad K. Fergerstrom
Penny M. Femandez
Jennifer L. Ford
Yvette M. Fragosa
Kristin M. Francis
Andrea L. Fuller
David M. Gillies
Susie Z. Gonzales
JUNIORS! I 63
Greg G. Gonzales
Nelson R. Gordon
Leonara R. Gore
Paul A. Grech
.lack F. Greek
Glen A. Hagen
Roger P. Halterman
Tracey L. Hanks
John D. Harker
Jeffrey A, Harris
Danya L. Hartley
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Yvette Maurer: I got up on a Saturday morning. and
got ready for school. I even went down to the bus
Alice Dahlke: Falling asleep backstage and then get-
ting pushed out into the hall by the stage manager.
Charlie Brown: When Erich Berry paints me in front of
the whole school.
Chrissy Tabor: When I was walking down the stairs to
the beach and slipped and fell, and Jimmy and Kyle
kept saying. "Aunt Bunny fell down the stairs."
Betsy Blacher. When my friends teased me about the
guy I liked and he was right next to me.
Laura Diaz: When I thought I won a jackpot at CarI's
Jr. and I was screaming - then I found out I didn't
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Tatia I.. Heilman
Karen J. Hemphill
Mark A. Hendrix
Natalie M. Herrle
Scott A. Higgins
Lisa A. Hilbert
Charlotte R. Hill
Cheryl L. Hill
Jose C. Hill
Sharon L. Hill
Noel C. Hinton
Lisa D. Hirrling
Michelle M. Holland
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Candace L. I-lout:
Stephanie: L. Hughes
Sheri L. Hunks
Olen M. Hunter
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Lorne A. Johnson
Laticia L. King
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Jack D. Lagreca
Todd R. Lee
Sarina M. Lehr
Shela K. Lewis
Donna M. Lopresto
Tausha R. Ludington
Laura M. Lynn
Ronald J. Lynn
Heather J. Lyons
Robbyn A. Magno
Lidia A. Manea
Brian E. Marchand
Joel N. Marcou
Vincent C. Mares
Robert W. Marlowe
April M. Martinez
John L. Martinez
Michelle J. Martinez
Yevette M. Maurer
Lori R. Mayo
Sam J. McLaughlin
Martha R. Meza
Adam L. Miller
Jeffrey J. Miller
Michael W. Moore
Guillermo J. Munoz
Bruce C. Nielson
Robert W. Nordland
Kelly J. Nunnally
Cybele L. O'Brien
Eric D. Ortiz
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Dorsey W. Paulk
Anna L. Peterson
Keith A. Peterson
Yvette L. Phillips
Briana L. Piper
Michelle L. Piper
Kamra L. Ramos
Brooke T, Reynolds
Damon C. Ridgeway
Gary R, Rinehart
Eric C, Roath
Joey J, Roe
Michelle A. Romant
Edward D. Roth
John D. Rowe
Donald R. Rudy
Paul A. Ruiherford
Kristine Santa Maria
Leigh M. Schrader
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Barbara D. Taylor
Frances M. Tessers
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Lori J. Thoman
Judith C. Thompson
Loretta J. Travillion
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Aaron D. Vasquez
Val S. Vasquez
Tina M. Veylupek
Carl L. Vicnaire
Stacy I.. Vinmans
Janelle C. Volini
Khoi D. Vu
Shelsia E. Waters
John M. White
Kelly A. Wilkinson
Catonia R. Williams
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Amy C. Wilson
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Sophomore vice-president. Paige Ashbrook 555
Sophomore treasurer, Gina Alexander
Sophomore secretary, Cathie Rich
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Sharrie Shedrickz I don't get called a freshman:
instead, I get the privilege of calling the fresh-
Kimberly McFadden: It is more fun because you
are one step above the "Little Twerps."
Abe Gustafson: I get more respect and I don't
get called a freshman for acting like one.
Eric Weber: We have more opportunities and
we are moving up in the world.
Paige Ashbrook: No one calls me "freshman"
anymore and all the freshmen seem short.
Jenny Stekkinger: My freshman year, my
friends had a reason to call me strange. but
now they just call me strange.
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Krisma Bryning: Mrs. Cain because she is honest
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Felipe Castillo: Ebert - He's Strange
Bryan Peterson: Mrs. Westfall because she
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she acts really strange in class.
Cheryl Deoyer: Mrs. Westfall because she is fun-
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one of the students.
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would be just another class.
Jami Shotwell: Mrs. Fahlberg because she is
down to Earth.
Allen Tieman: Longfellow because he talks to his
kids about other things than math.
Elvia Rivera: My favorite teacher is Mrs, Westfall
because she is bad.
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Glenn Koski, Avoid school work.
Loni Kizler, I enjoy playing sports at home, also watching 'l'.V.:
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Marchia Henderson, I like to collect things from Menudo.
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Boni Yanagisawa. frosh vice president
Cyndi Sanchez, fro-sh secretary
Paige Maurer, fresh treasurer
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TOM MUNTEAN: Swimming, gardening, and woodworking
RICK MILAM: Auto repair, gardening, and scuba diving
JUDY MIEYRJ Backpacking
KATIE OLSEN: Reading. skiing. spending money
DlNA MACKEY: Gardening, reading, and traveling
LEONARD LEVYi Hand art Qmeial treesy. and reading
NANCY LAURITZENQ like to go to plays, and ski
JUDY JOHNSONf Softball. wallpapering. and eating free
FLORENCE JOHNSON1 Reading good books, and working in my yard
CAROL JOHNSON: Sailing. skiing. and golfing
THERESA KETCHEM1 Horsebacking in the High Sierra. and skiing
THERESA HARAN: Horsebackin riding. and computers
ROBIN 6lLLAM: Writing music and singing for the Lord
LESA GALLAGHER: Flying
SANDY FULLER: Goli, travel. and camping
CLARRCE FLOWER: Reading. snow skiing, running. and gardening
JOHN EBBERT: Scuba diving
BILLIE DAVOLL Gold and silver smithing
.HM DAVIS: Raising plants.
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BOBBIE COUGHLIM Raises
ARCHIE CMN: Reading and
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DENNIS BOYER: Sports cars.
golf, and cooking
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"Todays youth are experiencing many things at an earlier age than
youth of past generation. Teachers must recognize this "early sophisti-
cation" and help students to use their experiences to deal with the
complex and fast changing world in which we live."-Mark Williams
"Got to keep trying"-Nancy Lauritzen
"I love the variety of dress. Kids have fun today with clothes and
fashion design."-Carol Crosthwaile
"The youth today are the same as they used to be, lt's today that's
different, "- Clarice Flower
"Never attribute to malice that which can be explained by stupidity."-
"ll you think the cost of education is too high . . . TRY IGNORANCEIH-
ulntellegence. is the horse, Education, is the iockey. place your
"May all your children bo SOPI-IOMORESX'-Dee Hillin
"I wouldn't want to be in your shoes - I don't like reebox!-Dan Reed
"A fool learns from his mistakes: a wisentan learns from the mistakes
of others,"- Theresa Haran
N90 percent are on the move. 5 percent need help, and the other 5
percent let us pray."-Dave Jones
"Exciting, Exasperating. Vibrant. and Unique: I find students today a
pleasure to teach."-Stacy Boyle
"Reach for the Stars"-Archie Cain
"l'll never be an annual advisor againl!!!llll"-Ed Jones
"The youth of today" have more opportunity to reach their full poten-
tial than ever before: however. they have more to distract them from
this goal. Don't let anything stand in the way of becoming all God
made you to be."-Robin Gilliam
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English it."-Judy Lippold
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Terrorism continued to make headlines: Lebanon, Belfast, Honduras. Nicaragua, El Salvador and India.
Members of the Amal Miltia seized TWA flight 847 in Beruit-An indelible image from a year of terrorism.
Marcos' election fraud in the Phillippines resulted in his being run out of the country. Corey Aquino picked up thi
peices of his fraudulant rule.
U.S. backed Contras needed congressional funding to continue the war against the Nicaraguan Sandinistas.
I3 year old Omaira Sanehez's death after 60 hours in the mud epitimized Columbias Agony.
The Apartheid policies of South Africa Brought on riots and death, Winnie Mandela worked for the release of he
husband, Nelson Mandela. from a South African jail.
Gorbachev and Reagan conducte what seemed to be relatively successful peace talks concerning arms reduction
Was there steel behind the smile?" Reagan seemed rather convinced.
Sylvester StaIlone's, Rambo became a one-man war machine upon being sent back to Viet Nam. Viet Nam vet'
protested the movie, pointing out the oven violence.
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Elintroduction of the New Coca-cola had negative repercussions. The
pany lost millions in its attempt to appeal to the "New generation" of
C most emotional story of the year which gripped the hearts of every
erican was the sudden and tragic death of the 7 NASA astronauts.
e Aids unique global concert was the first attempt to raise money for the
e director of Miami Vice commented on the show's success, "lt is written
'those more interested in image. emotions. and energy, than plot. char-
ter. and words.
85 was the worst year in aeronautical history.
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Despite claims that Aids was not transmittable through casual contact.
when a child with the fatal disease was accepted into a New York school.
fellow pupils turned up to picket.
William "Refrigerator" Perry helped to lead the Chicago Bears to a Super-
bowl victory over the New England Patriots.
The scene of a cocaine bust in Columbia. Cocaine became a middle class
epidemic across America,
Rock Hudson's sudden S shocking death from AIDS, the homosexual dis-
ease brought the plague home to America.
Pete Rose shattered Ty Cobbs all-time record of 4.l9l hits
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this cometary pool slowly swirls around the Sun approaches one
light year. By any stretch of the imagination, a very long way.
How the comets came to exist there is not known for certain.
Oort theorized that the comet cloud was the result of a planet
orbiting between Mars and Jupiter that had exploded. throwing
out hundreds of billions of fragments into space, far outside the
orbit of Pluto but still close enough to be held captive by the
Today, the commonly held belief is that comets originated with
our solar system some 4.6 billion years ago, Some believe that
comets may have deposited organic chemicals on earth from
which life was eventually created.
There are many theories on how many comets leave the Oort
cloud. ln one scenario, a passing star sweeps by the outermost
reaches of our solar system, "kicking" a comet out from its
leisurely stroll. lt then either gains speed and flys into deep space
or slows and falls in tothe sun. where it may pass close enough
to Jupiter or the other gas giants to have its orbit shaped by
. theirs and the suns gravitational fields.
Some comets orbit the sun in the same direction as planets. They
move in a counterclockwise direction called a prograde orbit.
Halley's, on the other hand. orbits the sun in the opposite direction. This is called a retrograde orbit. Cometary orbits can
be of a short period Qless than 200 years to complete one revolutionj or of a longer period, lt is thought that Halleys comet
which was captured by the planet Jupiter, though how long ago this happened is anybodys guess. The first known
recorded visit Edmond Halley studied the movements of 24 comets. During his research, Halley also discovered that 3 of
the 24 comets he studied described the same path around the sun. Also, he realized that they passed the sun
approximately every 76 years.
Halley came to the conclusion that the comets of l53l, I607, and I682 were in fact the same. He predicted this same
comets return in l758.
Edmond Halley died in I742 and never saw his prediction come true. On December 25, l758. true to hypothesis, the
comet came. Since that evening, it has been called Halleys Comet, With cosmic predictability. the comet returns on
average every 76 years to light up the sky and mans imagination. Since Halleys time, we have come a long way in our
understanding of what comets are and how they work. Still, there is more left to discover. Luckily for us, the scientific
community has never been better equipped to "dissect" a comet.
A long, long time ago in an oort cloud far,
far away. .
Comets originate in an area outside of our solar system called the Oort
Cloud, a region first described by Dutch astronomer Jan Oort. Based on the
orbits of comets which had been mathematically determined by other as-
tronomers, Oort theorized that the outermost reach of these comets lay in a
surrounding region of our solar system. This region is approximately 30,000
to l00,000 Asronomical Units from our Sun. And since one AU is 49,597,870
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and most unchanged objects. scale that most phenomena in as seemingly simple and predict-
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If this statement were true. Elsinore High is full of some pretty weird speci-
mens. Out of the 2,000 students at Elsinore, l,I000 ate daily at our school
snack bar which offered a menagerie of food of dubious origin. One had to
take into account, however, that feeding such a large number of people is no
easy task. The school had to battle pilfering students, inflation, and fewer
government issued food. This resulted in a large price increase at the begin-
ning ofthe l986 school year. The general concensus of the student was: the
food is not any better so shy should we have to pay more?
Some students suggested a boycott, but nothing ever came of the matter.
Eventually, the uproar settled down. students got used to the higher prices,
but, they kept requesting reinstallment of carbonated beverages in the cafete-
ria, Despite the fact that most students were unhappy with the food, they were
getting at school, they just kept eating it. This was largely due to the fact that
due to closed campus the only alternative was to bring a sack lunch.
There were the few industrious students, however, that managed to evade
school policy and snuck out to eat at one of Elsinore's fast food joints.
Lunchtime was not the only time this occurred. though. Most of the time a
large number of students were to be found at McDonalds eating breakfast
when they were supposed to be in their first period class. These same fast
food restaurants were again flocked with students after the bell rang.
Fast food restaurants were not the only ones to benefit. The ice cream
trucks of the valley arrived to do business with the students after
school. also. Every day 2 ice cream trucks were to be found parked in
front of the school pedaling soft drinks, candy, and ice cream to the
No matter who got the privilege of feeding the students, it seems
they did a pretty good job of it. Whether it was a fast food
restaurant, mother. the school cafeteria, or an ice cream truck
that fed these students, no one straved. A large amount of iunk food
was most probably a part of the diet, but, it is to be expected. Let's face it,
Ding-Dongs taste much better than Jolly Green Giant beans.
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appetite after school. 2. Angie McCusker ditches Is!
period in favor of a McDonald's danish, 3. Carrie
Pierce. Heather Burnett, and Jennifer Allsup enjoy
each other's company at lunch even if they don't just
love ihe food.
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As freshmen we advanced from
Jr. High with many high expec-
tations and goals, hoping that
high school would offer us ma-
turity and new direction.
Throughout our underclassmen
years, we emerged from our
state of nqaivity and have grown
into mature individuals. How-
ever, our scars and bruises are
proof that our road of advance-
was far from smooth.
our freshmen year, we
survived bomb explo-
sions, floods, black-outs, fires,
programs, and the omi-
lock-out. Our class has
also witnessed the schools im-
provement with the construc-
tion of the additional build-
ings, the new marque and our
new victory bell,
As seniors, we now look back
at our years and laugh at our
mistakes and immaturity. But,
with a sense of pride and ac-
complishment, we can honestly
say, "You've come a long way,
ABOVE: Freshman basketball play-
ers, coached by Mark Williams, en-
joyed a successful year in '83.
Three of the team members QEric
Velk, Kyle Manderscheid, and
Scott Campbell? eventually became
RIGHT: According to sophomore
Varsity mascot Sheila Lambert, "ln
l984, the sophomores were radical
at pep rallies." The class of '86
walked away with many of the spir-
it sticks that year.
ABOVE, RIGHT: As freshmen, Am-
ber Adams, Terry Sisco, Sean Heim-
buck and Kim Grindstaff served as
BOTTOM, RIGHT: Freshmen on-
lookers anticipate the beginning of
the first meeting for the class of
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Jenny Peterson loves cheering for the E nge
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Anthony Bennel gets some e p
"What are we here for, anyway?" Many students asked this
uestion every year The truth is there were many reasons or
our going to school even though there were times when we
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didn't feel as if we were accomplishing anything. ne o
main reasons we came to school was to get an education.
' ' d we cheated.
There were boring lectures, gruelling tests, ays
h ork, term papers. and hours upon hours of monotoa
nous study. Despite all the hard work we did, learning was
t the sole reason for our four years spent at Elsinore Union
High School. We were Sent to school for the additional
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companionship. stimulating competition, sports. fort e en-
joyment of learning, and most importantly to give us a
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chance to mature into well-rounded. responsible in lvl u
h l we s ent what were some of our most memorable
At sc oo p
years. There were times spent with friends. football games
h we froze to death pep rallies, times when we were
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victorious in sports. prom night. and then finally graduation.
When graduation finally came upon us. one could not help
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but look back over their four years spent at high schoo s
freshmen. high school was an exciting new horizon. We
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looked at the Seniors and thought how much o er
h were than us And then we became first, Sopho-
maturet ey .
mores, then Juniors and the Seniors ceased to be our heroes.
When our Senior year came around, it hardly made us feel
old. but more like just another step on the ladder of high
school. Through it all. though - the boredom. excitement,
frustration, tears. and happiness - WE MADE IT!!! We
finally grew up. And then we faced the future, bright with
trepidation and excitement. And we looked around and ev-
erything was big.
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for the next day in my life
as each goes by.
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to leave behind the endlessness of these years in which
grew and learned. , . t
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THE EL LAGO STAFF WOULD
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SINCERE GRATITUDE TO:
ALBERTAND JAMES- FOR ALL THOSE RUSH JOBS
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YOUR PHONE, YOUR SMILE
JOHN COREY- FOR HELPING WITH THE DANCE
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CAROLE JONES - FOR NOT DIVORCING MR.
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YOUNGER, SHELLI IIO, I72
ZAHL, ERIN IIO, I72
ZIMMERMAN, JASON IIO, I72
ZOON, DAVID III, I72
ZULYVIC, CHANDA III. I72
Together, Colton and I would like to present to
you the 57th Edition of the Elsinore Union High
School annual, the El Lago. As you hold this
book, we wonder if you know the many hours of
dedication, the pain, frustration, and hardwork-
ing talent that went into each and every one of
these pages. All of this effort put toward "A
Touche of Class" was in the hope that we could
produce a yearbook with quality surpassing any
other previous El Lago. Colton and I. together
with our "best ever. but often absent" staff. and
our "whip-cracking" advisor all overcame ob-
stacles which no other El Lago staff has had to
undergo. We did itl
I must admit. in all truth, that although this
yearbook has been my "cross to bear in life", it
has also brought about many good things for
me. In short. it was harder and more challenging
than I ever could have imagined. but with the
many people I had pulling for me- I was some-
how able to make it through. It is all of these
people I wish to thank, for without them, it
would have been impossible. Mrs. Rekdahl.
Every year. the El Lago staff has been mercilessly criti-
cized for compiling trite and dreadful books. The infinite
complaint shared by almost all students at Elsinore was.
"We want a classier book." Thus. "A Touch of Class"
was born. Elsinore High may have many major bad
points, but my objective was to highlight the classier
aspects of our school.
ln "A Touch of Class". Kerry. Mr. Jones, the staff. and l
strenuously worked to create the highest quality pictures
as well as original and exciting page layouts that we
possibly could. I sincerely feel we have done ourselves
The difficulty of putting out a bigger and better quality
book this year can only be attested by the premature
wrinkles and gray hairs I new have. But the honor. pri-
vilge, and memory of being editor of the El Lago will be
one that l'll never forget. I must say goodbye to the
seemingly endless and ominous pressure of deadlines,
the redundant but helpful Saturdays we worked to meet
those deadlines. and the never-ending yearbook sales.
After two years of being on the yearbook staff. I must
also say goodbye to the talented and supportive people I
thank you for your kind support and encourage-
ment to me. This yearbook's success is indebted
to you more than you realize- You are missed!
Colton, thanks for being a friend and for picking
up my slack when I couIdn't handle anymore.
I've hated you a lot. but l wouIdn't want to try it
without you. Suz. thank you for being my best
ever, true friend. I love you for always listening
to me. We've had many good times, Suz- Alben
and James trips. Valentines. foreign accents.
and Wendy's. Just think! Jones can't yell at you
anymore, Love to Mom and Dad. the best and
worst parents in the world. Thanks for providing
ert and James trips and
the car for all those Alb
for being there when I've needed you most. Ei-
nally, I would like to express my gratitude to our
talented and devoted advisor, Mr. Jones. You
should do it again. Jo
nes , . . you'd look great
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ly present to you, the 57th Edition of EUHS EI
Lago ,. , and breathe a sigh of relief!
ow tha due respects have been paid we roud
have worked with, and the special friends I have made
on the staffs.
This year, special thanks go to the people who have
touched my life in some way. and who have dedicated
many hours to this yearbook. First, I would like to thank
Ed Jones for pulling our staff rogether and lending guid-
ance and enthusiasm throughout the year. Thanks to
erry and Susan for the never-ending lunches. shopping
spreees, and trips to Alben and ,lames that we went to,
and the abundance of page layouts and copy that we did
to ether. Th k '
g an s to Karl for his excellent copy and for
being a friend since our eighth grade year. And nnally, a
very special thanks to Angie McCusker for her ext '
devotion to the fauclty section and for always support-
ing. helping. and putting up with me when all thedead'
lines and responsibility got to be ton much.
And now l would like to present to you the l986 Edition
of the El Lago, "A Touch of Class " Please realize th t
when you hold this book, you clasp a year of hard work
dedication, dreams, tears, sweat. pain, joy, exhaustion:
and more importantly, the history of Elsinore Union High
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