Fallbrook Union High School - Moccasin Yearbook (Fallbrook, CA)
- Class of 1985
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s the school year began, it was
obvious a new and greater sense
of spirit had been captured by
both students and teachers alike. A variety
of activities made it seem as though Fall-
brook's 1750 students were in constant mo-
tion. Whether participating in a class com-
petition, spending time with friends or striv-
ing to do well academically, seniors and
freshmen alike were captured in the motion
of a new year.
lAbovel "Football players" Sylvia Rollins, Kim
Howell, Kristy Gonzales, Julie Foster, Betty Ro-
driguez, Tammy Dahlheimer, Karen Turley,
Kathy Summers and Vickie Barr pose with
"cheerleaders" Matt Mulligan and Eric McVey.
fllightl Secretary of Education Terrel H. Bell
makes his way into the gym, followed by Dr. Rob-
ert Thomas and ASB President Charles Hartford.
l0pposite topl Completing a lab in BioMed, Julie
Spellman examines a slide with the assistance of
f0pposite left, During the band trip to San Diego
to play for President Reagan. Lisa Haycock
makes her way through the metal detector.
f0pposite rightl Ms. Veronica Bailey takes a mud
bath during the tug-of-war on homecoming week.
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abilities during her fourth period class.
QBelowl Jason Frummet shows signs of frus-
tration while trying to construct the senior
fBelow rightj Congressman Ron Packard is in-
troduced to ASB President Charles Hartford
as Secretary Bell looks on.
f0pposite top? Kerri Beckham takes control
during a break in the game.
lOpposite bottomj A freshman spends his
lunch time breaking to impress his friends.
eaching goals by working together,
this is what high school was all
about. Working with friends, teach-
ers or coaches, all helped to capture and
create a better education process for stu-
dents. This joint effort made the year more
enjoyable while cultivating new and lasting
friendships for many students.
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seemed to many-a
never ending pile of responsibilities,
most found a way to capture the
goals set for themselves. Some strove to
perfect their game, while others worked on
improving their grades. No matter what the
endeavor, each student succeed in keeping
himself in motion throughout the year.
fLeftl Trying to ignore the pain he feels Ron-
nie Ramos is attended to at the San Dieguito
IBelowl The varsity field hockey team "goes
Hawaiian" during lunch before a game
against Mission Bay.
Q0pposite topl Ms. Kathy Yancey catches a
grape as a member of the faculty team during
a class competition.
l0pposite bottom leftl Chris Tucker rushes to
complete the junior space shuttle float.
l0pposite bottom right! Dr. Wayne Miller,
president of the board of trustees, greets Sec-
Qllightj With the aid of his camera, Mr. Bob
Burton captures a student in motion.
QAboveJ Mr. Stokes gives personal instruction
to Gary l-leyl in architectural drawing class.
fOpposite top! Setting up a rocket, David Eis-
man concentrates on his Physics experiment.
f0pposite bottom Ieftj Clowning around in
third period trig class, Gary Hall wears his
water polo cap.
Q0pposite bottom right, A group of spirited
seniors cheer at the homecoming pep rally.
s the year came quickly to a close,
students looked back with mixed
emotions. Some were anxious to
pursue new areas and careers, whether it
was going away to school or beginning a
new job, while others dreaded the start of
yet another school year. No matter what
the future held in store, all could be found in
an endless whirl of motion.
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ost students found extra time, ei-
ther in between classes, after
school, or on the weekends to
relax and capture their thoughts. Times
like these, though considered uneventful
by many, were also essential to all. These
quiet moments gave us a chance to orga-
nize and prepare ourselves for another hec-
tic day at school. A
fLeftl Rusty Johnson gives his full concen-
tration to his work in metal shop.
fllelowj While waiting to play for the Presi-
dent, the band shows its spirit and pride.
Q0pposite topl In an effort to help her fel-
low juniors, Melissa McQueen struggles in
the tug-of-war competition, only to fall
into the mud.
f0pposite bottom lefty Discussing who
would be the best class representatives, a
group of freshmen mark their ballots.
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third period English, Heidi I-laferlxamp
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Rysweck strikes a secuctive pose.
lBelowl Curtis Smith discusses his grade in
AP English Lit with Mrs. Stenlund as Julie
Spellman looks on.
I0ppositel Hurrying to complete the last pan-
el on the 2nd place Senior float are Kelly
Chapman, Clark l-lighstreet, Tom Dumont,
Heidi Haferkamp and Jason Frummet.
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Soaring to victory
Llp to their necks with responsibilities,
the senior class officers struggled with nev-
er ending days working every hour they had
to get the float looking its best. The presi-
dent, Jean Buffington, was striving to win
top honors for the senior class. "This year
the seniors seemed to be more involved in
school activities, by striving harder to win
the class competitions and pep rallies," she
Senior class officers: Lara Shisler, secretary:
Debbie Denton, treasurer: Tom Hickey, vice
president: and Jean Buffington, president.
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"lt was a tremendous honor and an even
greater surprise," exclaimed Jean Buffing-
ton on homecoming night. Jean was cho-
sen to receive the Jackie Vix Outstanding
Senior Girl Award. A committee of adminis-
trators, teachers, and students chose the
Outstanding Senior Girl based on citizen-
ship, involvement, and grade point aver-
age. "Committee members were impressed
by the job Jean did as a member of the 1984
Prom Committee and with the job she has
done serving as Senior Class President,"
said Activities Director Bob Burton.
"Her quiet confidence should be a model
for younger girls in the school," he added.
ln 1973, the Outstanding Senior Girl
Award was renamed in honor of Jackie Vix,
an active student at Fallbrook High.
With a radiant smile, Jean Buffington accepts
the Jackie Vix Award from Mr. Harry Vix.
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Seniors Bo-Ch 19
20 Seniors Ch-De
"What, we sprayed Dr. Woessner's
pants? l thought they were John Howard
Key's." When Dr. Woessner walked into the
mess hall everyone knew he had been a
victim of the Perfume Wars which took
place during the 1984 Leadership Confer-
ence at Camp Palomar.
For the fifty-nine students who attended,
the conference was filled with fun and
games, but they also had very productive
discussions. Everyone contributed an idea
for the homecoming theme, and Shauna
Cowan's "Soar to Victory" proved to be the
The camp taught many things that
helped them do their jobs well over the
year. This proved true when Jean Buffing-
ton had to get float construction underway,
when the Vice President of the ASB, Erin
Miller, had to organize the Nominating Con-
ventiong and when club presidents had pro-
jects to put together.
Tom Dumont, along with leadership campers
Shauna Cowan, Erin Miller, and John Howard
Key work to finish the bi-plane.
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"Do they have anything under those
This question went through the minds of
the people in the football stands the first
time the waterpolo team did their "Speedo
Patrol." The patrol would leave the locker
room at the beginning of third quarter des-
tined for the home football bleachers. Llpon
arrival they would kick the cheerleaders off
the field and "flash" the audience wearing
only their speedos, goggles, tennis shoes,
and waterpolo caps.
When the captain of the waterpolo team
was asked what the reason for the patrol
was, he responded, "lt helps to promote
enthusiasm for the game and it also gives
the waterpolo team some recognition."
When the "Speedo Patrol" is performed,
each member has a letter on their chest
which helps to spell something such as,
"Warriors" or "H2O Polo."
After flashing the homecoming crowd, the
waterpolo team runs off the field in search of
the locker room.
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Ana Barcel6 of Spain, .Jean-Lionel Carrere
of France, Malin Leander and Anna Norden of
Sweden, and Mikko Hyppa and Mikko Vaan-
anen of Finland experienced life via Fallbrook.
Fallbrook and the American culture offered
these six foreign exchange students excite-
ment and intrigue.
Ana Barcelo originally wanted to vacation in
America for a month, but her father insisted
she go not just for fun but to learn. However,
with her vibrant personality, Ana easily found
out how to have a good time in America even
in sleepy Fallbrook.
Jean also found the social aspects of school
to be very agreeable, because in France
schools are only for studying. He learned how
to surf and play football and became an avid
Walter Payton fan.
For Anna Norden and Malin Leander, living
in Fallbrook meant a year to improve their
English. Anna enjoyed wind surfing and sail-
ing. Malin continued to play golf like in Swe-
den, and both girls enjoyed eating pizza.
"Seeing how Americans have fun" lured
Mikko Hyppa and Mikko Vaananen to Califor-
nia. Mikko Hyyppa learned how to play foot-
ball with the Warriors. Being their kicker
meant an enriched vocabulary for Mikko as
one of his favorite, printable words was "Main-
ard." Mikko Vaananen on the other hand pre-
ferred the beach to the football field. He en-
joyed the sun and surf. Mikko, along with the
other exchange students, expressed an inter-
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est in visiting Los Angeles and especially
San Francisco, and Anna Norden has
considered returning to the United
States to live.
fAboveJ The foreign exchange students en-
joy the excitement of the Mt. Carmel pep
Cllightj Jean-Lionel takes a break in Alge-
Seniors Gh-Ha 25
On the town
Why would anyone drive for hours just to
sweat in a dark room? To dance? "lt's
worth the drive to go and have a good time
with all those gals," said dance fiend Jeff
Riese. The thought of dancing in the flash-
ing lights with friends attracted people to
such clubs as After Dark, the Distillery,
Club Zu, the Stratus, the Odyssey, and the
The dancers traveled to these far off
clubs decked out in the latest attire. The
guys often go as far as wearing makeup,
with unbelievable amounts of bracelets and
belts around their wrists and hips. The girls,
however, far surpass the guys as far as
dressing is concerned. They can be seen
wearing layers of lace, tank tops, sweaters,
belts, and flourescent socks. They too,
adorn a large amount of bracelets, plus
their ears are filled with an assortment of
earrings. They all danced in their colorful
costumes until they just have enough time
to get home 20 minutes after their curfew,
just late enough not to get into trouble and
still be able to go dancing again the next
Dancing at the Club, Jeff Riese dons the latest I
in dancing attire.
Beware! A disease that struck many, if
not all seniors was on the move at the Fall-
brook High. This disease, commonly called
Senioritis, left the victims suffering from
no-reacting, non-caring, and non-attentive
For the past three years Doug Myers has
strived to stay in class to get good grades.
But something happened when Doug be-
came a victim of Senioritis. He started mak-
ing up excuses to miss class.
For Steve Ramirez writing his own notes
became his way out or coping with the dis-
ease. "Senioritis is when you can't stand to
be in school any longer," said Steve. Many
students who suffered with the symptoms
found themselves with nine absences and
had to struggle through classes like the oth-
er students. Many seniors who were in class
found themselves sleeping and thinking
about the weekend or the great day it would
have been at the beach.
The only cure for Senioritis was gradu-
Skipping school, Becky Barron and Megan
Williams lounge at the lonely Harbor Beach in
28 Seniors Ja-Ka
John Howard Key
Seniors Ke-Lo 29
Mary Crus Lujan
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Erin K. Miller
Erin S, Miller
This is the thirteenth year the 26th
amendment has been in effect and the
fourth term those who are eighteen can
vote. "l really feel disappointed, l didn't get
to vote just because of my age!" said Kerri
Beckham, "but l look forward to next
year." The potential voters filled their regis-
tration cards to meet the deadline and pre-
pared to vote in the November elections of
Republican Ronald Reagan and George
Bush vs Walter Mondale and Geraldine Fer-
raro, the first women vice-presidential
nominee ofa major party. Reagan and Bush
defeated the Mondale-Ferraro team by re-
ceiving electoral votes from all states but
Minnesota, the home state of Mondale.
When asked about her first voting exper-
ience, Janine Hueckle said, "l was scared
when l first arrived, but after voting l felt
glad to have participated."
Casting his ballot Mike Demalignon exercises
his new right to vote.
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"Turn it off!" or "Turn it down!" These are
reactions to the new fashion craze of flu-
orescent colored dressing. What was it that
just blinded you? Was it the electric lime
green jumpsuit senior Kerri Beckham had
on or the neon yellow sweater Erik Meister
was wearing? Not only were the usual girls
fashion consciencious, but this year many
boys participated in the fashion scene.
Black had to have been the most domi-
nant color this year in fashion. "Black is a
bold color and it makes you stand out," is
how senior Sara Ramano replied when
asked why she wore black so often. Black
can be mixed with any color, it was often
seen with fluorescent accessories or an-
other new popular accent, lace. Small
touches of lace, like a pair of gloves, a scarf
or lace tights was how lace became popular
Dressed in stylish stone wash denims, Rane!
Meets browses for the latest accessories at
the Empress Boutique, a women's clothing
store in Fallbrook.
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The big choice
Two more years . . .
Four more years . . .
Eight or twelve?
Many students are faced with these ques-
tions all through high school. From Fresh-
men to Seniors, high school has prepared
us for these decisions.
Many Seniors have already been plan-
ning and are ready to step into the world of
Lee Zajicek plans to attend UCSD or Pep-
perdine, in the fall of 1985, where he will
major in Psychology.
Heather Johnson is planning to attend
UCSD and major in Journalism and Mass
Celia Hyams has chosen to take a year
off and tour Europe, then she plans to enroll
at San Diego State.
ln todays society, the jobs that graduates
attained when they first got out of high
school, five years ago are the jobs that Ju-
niors and Seniors have now.
Taking time from his work in the office, Mr. Al
Waibel advises Erin Miller about her choice of
34 Seniors Ra-Re
Lori Ann Richerson
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lt was a typical Monday morning, 5:00
a.m., and most of Fallbrook was still asleepg
but if you had been awake and were driving
on some back road you might have passed
Tania Whiting riding her bicycle. Tania got
up every morning around five and took a 20
mile ride. She liked the quietness of a morn-
ing ride and the smell of fresh dew on the
sage, as well as the sound of birds awaken-
ing as the sun peeked over the horizon. She
used this time to clear her mind and pre-
pare for the day ahead. Although her rides
were 20 miles long, she rode up to 60 miles
during the summer.
One might think that all the riding she did
took up most of her time for other activi-
ties, such as homework, but Tania was a
4.0 student and a valedictorian. When she
wasn't riding she was doing her home-
work. She managed to spend most of her
lunch period, in a quiet corner of the school,
finishing up homework. She plans to con-
tinue riding, and possibly ride on a team in
Tania Whiting enjoys her usual evening bicy-
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An evening out
Dating and entertainment were the main
topics of discussion every Friday night for
seniors. Relaxing and being with friends
was what seniors enjoyed most about the
weekends. There were a variety of choices
to pick from.
"This weekend l'll probably go out to din-
ner and then to a movie with my boy-
friend," said Margaret Mayer. The average
cost of this kind of night out would range
from twenty to forty dollars.
"Usually l go surfing. lt keeps my mind
off of school," stated David Landes.
"l'll probably go to La Canada after the
Football game," announced Nick Yslas.
The cost of partying depended on what you
planned to do.
Seniors didn't have any problems finding
entertainment in or out of town.
Choosing from a variety of delicious meals,
Lisa Lawrence begins her evening with dinner
at El Jardin.
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lt took three years but the class of '85
finally came alive! Many would have
thought that coming in fourth place two out
of three years in the float competition and
not winning class comps and pep rallies
would have dampened this Senior class's
spirit. lt seems to have had just the oppo-
site affect. Jean Buffington, Senior Class
President, said "lt was largely due to the
fact that we were just sick and tired of com-
ing in last."
Seniors won the first two pep rallies of
the year and went on to win several class
competitions throughout the year. After re-
ceiving second place honors of their Home-
coming float, the Seniors came out on top,
at the end of Homecoming week!
With their new found enthusiasm, the
class of 1985 seemed destined to win the
class of the year!
With their new found enthusiasm, the Seniors
soar to victory at the Homecoming pep rally.
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wraps her classmates in toilet paper for a
1AboveJ Head cheerleader Sylvia Rollins yells
to support her team during a home football
lleftl Members of the band perform their field
show routine for the half-time crowds.
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Soar To VicTory igniTed enThusiasm as
homecoming approached. The many
acTiviTies ranged from floaT consTruc-
Tion and dress-up days, To class com-
On dress-up days The campus was
filled wiTh Togas, Tacky TourisTs, jocks,
gruiabies, and finally TradiTional red and
whiTe day. Heidi Haferkamp dressed as
a classic TourisT, To help The seniors win
class of The year. "Some of The ouTfiTs
were so original This year," commenTed
The class compeTiTions were domi-
naTed by The seniors who won The Tug-
of-war, grape Toss and spiriT breakfasT.
The acTiviTies unlTed spiriT for Teachers,
sTudenTs and alumni alike.
The chaoTic fun of floaT consTrucTion
aT Times seemed doubTful of success
puT each class sTuck TogeTher and
compleTed The Task, some of which
was done aT The fooTbaIl field before
lLeftl Frantically working to complete their
float, Jason Frummet, Becky Barron and April
Gates add finishing touches.
fBelowJ Many students show off the Greek
clothes they donned for the first of Homecom-
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Shauna Cowan, Megan Williams, Lisa Law-
rence, Lee Ryswyk, Sean Hickey, Brett Ab-
shire, Rich Hulit.
lLeftJ The winning freshman float gets atten-
tion from the crowd as queen Lisa Lawrence
and her escort Carl Streicher proudly circle
lAbovej Escorts: Clark Highstrete, Bob Ar-
thur, Carl Streicher, and John Howard Key.
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Phillips, Cheri Hall, Karen Turley, Kristi Gon-
zales, Stephanie Pollard, Julie Foster. Middle
Row: Holly Rea, Sylvia Rollins, Kathy Sum-
mers, Tammy Buscemi, Kim Howell, Betty
Rodriguez, Vicki Barr, Wendy Seinturier. Bot-
tom Row fJ.V.J Christine Munyon, Stacy Cle-
ments Stephanie Bein, Cheryl Clay, Kirsten
Rayl, Tammy Dahlheimer.
lLeft7 Stacy Clements gets the crowd riled up
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bers ofthe Pep Squad dress up as their favor-
The year of 49841 had its share of
scandals and successes. ln November,
Indira Gandhi, prime minister of lndia,
was assassinated by two of her Sikh
bodyguards. Meanwhile, in the United
States, Geraldine Ferraro made history
when she became the first woman to
run on a major political ticket, when she
was selected by Walter Mondale as his
vice-presidential running mate. De-
spite Ms. Ferraro, Ronald Reagan was
overwhelmingly reelected to the presi-
ln Loma Linda, California, a baboon
heart was transplanted into the body
of a two week old infant referred to as
"Baby Foe." At first she accepted the
baboon heart, but later died, while in
the process making medical history. ln
California, proposition 39 was passed,
which provided for a state run lottery.
And in San Diego, Jerry Dominelli was
charged with misappropriation of
funds. Mayor Roger Hedgecock was
also involved with the scandal, despite
this he was reelected in November.
in July, Vanessa Williams, the first
black Miss America, was forced to relin-
auish her crown, after nude photos of
her were published in Penthouse mag-
azine. Bili Murray and Dan Ackroyd
helped make Ghostbusters the most
popular film of the year.
In sports, the Olympics came to Los
Angeles for the second time in history.
Despite a communist block boycott,
the games were a great success.
American competitors received nu-
merous medals. The Los Angelos Raid-
ers were winners of Super Bowl XVlll,
and for the first time in their history, the
San Diego Padres won the National
League pennant, defeating the Chica-
go Cubs in five games. Steve Garvey
was named most valuable player of
the playoffs. Unfortunately, the Padres
lost to the Detroit Tigers in the World
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porters seeking a comment from the vice-
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she has received, demonstrates a hearty ap-
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The band was able To make a fresh
sTarT wiTh Their new Team of direcTors.
Band Direcior Becky Cafferal was noT-
ed as saying, "They will grow To be fine
performing ensemble." ln order To di-
recT compeTiTions, The Band did noT
compeTe in field shows.
Former advisor for The Olympic Silk
Line Team, Chris Donon helped our pre-
vious "Flag Corps" in adopTing The new
name and prepared Them for compe-
TiTion. Banner Line NovelTy Team, was
The new name given To Banner by Their
new advisor Cindy Blaylock. The girls on
The Team also performed wiTh ribbons
and hoops aT home fooTbaIl games.
AT The LesTer Oaks compeTiTion, The
Band placed firsT ouT of six bands. The
Silkline received The honor of winning
SweepsTakes over forfy oTher uniTs.
The band placed fourTh and The Silkline
second aT The Columbus Day Parade.
As expecTed, They helped in raising our
spiriTs by performing aT The home
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to right are: Irma Betancourt, Lisa Haycock,
Amy Huey, and Anna Olexa.
lBeIowJ Thad Hanify displays devoted con-
MARCHING WARRIORS: Top row, Joe Turn-
er, Lisa Haycock, David Betancourt, Aaron
Brill, Gavin Curtis, Randy Laule, Trever Rit-
tenhouse, Dan Greene, Drew Messmen, Kelly
Mundell, Mike Betancourt, David Manley,
Becky Bernal, Jenny Himmer, Jerry Balkcom.
Row two, Chris Van Huss, Blair Mielke, Cindy
Lemieux, Cynthia Ruksenas, Patrick
McGuire, Mike Stull, Jenny Wheeler, Christy
Holladay, Anna Olexa, Peter Johnson, Sandie
Ruksenas, Holly Herd, Sheri Rumble, Rex
Jackson, Rob Tognoli. Row three: Lori Jones,
Thad Hanify, Zoe Williams, Laura Edwards,
Sheri Lee, Georgia Doran, Shelly Ervin, Susan
Pope, Jolena Voorhis, Megan Krenzer, Tracey
Teubaugh. Jill Weber, Amy Huey, Irma Betan-
court, Heather Lanning, Mike Henderson.
Row four: Lisa Bougher, Dee Dee Christian-
son, Sandy Allen, Lania Bettin, Nannette
Chapman, Kim Edgmon, Jamie Warner, Matt
Frigon, Kelly Holladay, Mark Kinsey, Paul
Vincent, Margaret Jones, Tina Pankey, Janine
Voorhis, Marilyn Schwartz, T.J. Taylor, Deb-
bie Schipono, Tisha Simonowich, Michael
Garland. Bottom row: Natalie Haycock, Kathy
Quisenberry, August Diehl, Kim Forde, Malin
Leander, Stacey Taylor, Janet Munson, Carrie
McDaniels, Julie Weiss, Tamara Littman,
Cherron Post, Judy Weber.
lOpposite left! Mike Henderson displays his
true spirit as a Marching Warrior.
lOpposite right! The band prepares for the
start of the annual Homecoming Day Parade.
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1AboveJ Warren Pierson passes the ball to his
teammate during a water polo game.
fllightj The JV football team scores a touch-
down versus the Torrey Pines Falcons.
f0ppositeJ Julie Sisel prepares to hit the ball
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The Fallbrook i'Warriors" did well This
season wiTh a 5-5 record. They had
sTarTed off slow wlTh 3 non-league
The Warriors win over San DiegulTo
seT Their comeback in moTion, as They
won every game, buT VlsTa, afTer-
wards. They had 4 shuT-ouTs all season.
AfTer Their shuT-ouT againsT Orange
Glen, on homecoming, They were as-
sured a spoT in CIF play-offs.
In The game againsT MT. Carmel,
Sfeve Reczek broke The receiving re-
cord, wlTh ll caughT balls in one game.
The Defense conTribuTed greaTIy To
The success of This year. BreT Abshire
and Richie HuliT were noTed as players
ThaT coach Buck WhiTe was excepiion-
ally pleased wiTh.
This was The Third year in a row ThaT
Fallbrook wenT To The play-offs. They
finished second in league.
QTopD Coach Tom Pack goes over plays.
fMiddleJ On a defensive play against the Tor-
rey Pines Falcons, Steve Reczek looks on to
see if the play was successful.
fBottomi Ty Barksdale, Bill Dunkle, Dwane
Post, and Randy Tripp, part of the Offensive
team, discuss strategies with Coach Pack.
f0pposite topj Varsity Football Back Row:
Bret Abshire, Eric Beck, John Lane, Mike Rob-
inson, Joe Commer, John Adams, Doug
McQueen, Tom Hickey, Art Smith, Bernie
Gardner, Nick Yslas, Chuck Wolford, Row 2:
Miguel Zamudio, Mikko Hyppa, Ted Reich,
Paul Clinton, Bruce Harris, Randy Tripp, Pat
Manning, Greg Smith, Row 3: Paul Primicerio,
Rob Toomire, Leif Steinbaugh, Doug 0'Hara,
Darren Gill, Dan Keegan, Eric Heald, Brad
Noon, Jeff Richie, Bill Dunkle, Row 4: Mike
George, Steve Pack, Jim Scalf, Coach Steve
Kettering, Coach Troy Stokes, Coach Tom
Pack, Coach Buck White, Coach Cliff Farrar,
Derrick Roach, Todd Bobo, Eric Kirkbride,
Row 5: Lee Ryzweyk, Kevin Kosha, Frank Me-
dina, Leonard Vargos, Vic Murillo, Rick Van
Every, Ken McAndrews, Rob Shea, Ronnie Ra-
mos, Junior Manu, Row 6: Jabe Marsh, Keith
Jester, Anthony Reynoso, Rob Giustio, John
Tomlinson, Matt Mulligan, Jamie Mira-
montes, Dave Landes, Joel Cendejas, Scott
Chandler, Eric McVey, Front Row: Eric Enge-
bretson, Ty Barksdale, William Pollard, Kevin
Gonzales, Steve Reczek, Jason Taylor, Chris
Trevino, Jim Yoon, Richie Hulit, Dwane Post,
f0pposite bottomj After scoring the winning
touchdown in the San Dieguito game, Richie
Hulit is tackled in the end zone.
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season wiTh a 6-A record. IT was The lasT
year for head coach Al Waibel and The
players Tried To make iT The besT They
could. The defense was led by Juniors
Eric McVey and Darren Gill and Sopho-
mores Elidio Escobedo and John Enock-
son. Coach Gerry PorT felT 'iThe de-
fense kepT us in The game many Times."
The offense was led by Juniors Rick Van
Every and Chris Trevino and Sopho-
mores ScoTT Hainline and T.J. Flynn. De-
spiTe The rash of injuries early in The sea-
son, The players came TogeTher and
finished up The season as a Team.
The Frosh FooTball Team finished 6-41
This pasT season. Head coach Richard
HuliT saw a loT of poTenTial in his young
and inexperienced players.
QTopl Freshman Football: Front Row: Kevin
Witt, Eric Cabulagan, Greg Frinell, Eric Ord,
Corey Conrad, Andy Walker, Kelly Barry,
Juan Lopez, Scott Gugino, Eric Cuellar, Row
Two: Jorge Gonzales, Francisco Uriostigue,
Fidel Cruz, Pat Hickey, Chuck Depreker,
Marco Flores, Ronald Vargas, Renee Cortez,
Norman Barlow, Row Three: Sean Stephen,
Adam Brent, David Siebenforcher, Coach
Buddy Barksdale, Coach Richard Hulit, Coach
Jeff Malliard, Brad Pfeiffle, Fred Cady, Chris
Dalton, Row Four: Mike Turiace, Fabian Flo-
res, Kyle Jester, Chris Mclnerny, David Ober,
Adrian Russell, Jeff Pack, Greg Mann, Row
Five: Mike Saylor, Eric Davison, Jamie Will-
cox, James Rockwood, Marco Valenica, How-
ard Chatman, Shawn Bailey, Billy Howard,
Justin Fine, Row Six: Steve Fox, Alan Paul,
Shane Mckenzie, Mark Calac, Matt Jimenez,
Jon Dennis, Sergio Rodriguez, Richard Ser-
ing, Jeff Lawerence
fMiddleJ Mark Michaelian runs the ball into
lBottomJ Eric McVey runs back an intercep-
tion against Torrey Pines.
f0pposite topj J.V. Football: Front Row: Rob-
ert Sherman, Pedro Maldonado, Kevin
McDowell, James Lira, Vince Poliandro, Soua-
vuth Chim, Jose Zamudio, Irineo Uriostique,
Row Two: Jay Flynn, Marco Arias, Manuel Vil-
laneal, Roy Murillo, Rob Zenzel, David John-
son, Eric Maille, Row Three: T.J. Flynn, Mark
Michaelian, John Enockson, Coach Pat Mora-
marco, Coach Al Waibel, Coach Joe Waters,
Coach Gerry Port, Jeff Waters, Peme Serrato,
Rich Fox, Back Row: Scott Barrick, Jason Wa-
ters, Steve Stephen, Scott Hainline, Troy
Hamilton, Aaron Ritcherson, Kurt Amsler,
Xavier Russell, Elidio Escobedo.
lOpposite left, Kenny McAndrews successful-
ly completes a play by receiving a pass.
fOpposite rightj T.J. Flynn outmaneuvers an
El Camino defender.
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WiTh 49 players, 40 of Them reTurning
varslTy, The varsiTy waTer polo Team fin-
ished d Tough season. DespiTe d close
early season loss To rival VisTa, The
Team was able To improve and defeaT
VisTa IaTer in The season, 44-40. The
Team ended The season wlTh an 8-4
league record and a 44-40-4 overall
record. Coach Ken Brower summed up
The season by saying ThaT "The Team
has really come back from adversiTy,
and improved The whole season."
Carl STreicher, senior, led The Team
wlTh 60 goals and A4 sTeals during The
season. Luke Salerno, also a senior, fol-
lowed closely behind wlTh 59 goals and
33 sTeals. Goalie David Schrimf, senior,
ended The season wlTh 259 goalie
saves and A goals.
According To Coach Brower, The
hlghlighT of The season was making The
ClF playoffs, where The Team had
hoped To peak. UnforTunaTely, The
Team losT To Top seeded Crawford, 40-
43, in The firsT round.
The young J.V. Team wound up Their
season wlTh a 9-3 record. Coach
Brower praised The play of Craig lvlc-
Donald and RlTchie Thompson.
fTopl Mike Feyk takes a shot over a Vista de-
fMiddleJ As the opposing goalie prepares him-
self for the anticipated shot, Warrior Jay San-
ford fends off a defender.
fBottoml J .V. Water Polo Front Row: John Lit-
tle, Joe Collins, Row Two: Bill Freeman, Kevin
Mahr, Ritchie Thompson, William Newland,
Danny Wheeler, Row Three: Mike Hall, Eric
Ord, Greg Fuess, Robert Stepanowa, Mike
Parker, Steve Priola, Mike Piescer, Luther
Blue, Lars Moyer, Fermin Martin, Danny Gil-
K0pposite topl Varsity Water Polo Front Row:
Tom Rutan, Lee Zejicek, Row Two: Bernd Ha-
ferkamp, Mike Feyk, David Schrimpf, Clark
Highstreet, Luke Salerno, Perry Stubbs, Ed
James, Row Three: Jamie Warner, Kirk Mul-
lins, Steve Rolin. Tim Bush, Kevin McDonald,
Charles Hartford, Warren Pierson, Gary Hall,
John Sagers, Carl Streicher.
C0pposite leftl Carl Streicher passes the ball
to a teammate, while Perry Stubbs surveys
QOpposite right, Warren Pierson scans the
pool in anticipation of his next play.
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runs To victory
Cross counfry proved ThoT if you
work Togefher you will moke iT os o reol
Teom, ond be on Top. Cooch lVlorTy
Houck sold, "There is o big difference
befween This yeor's souod ond losT
yeor's. A very imporfonf focT is ThoT This
yeor's Teom is o very young one, ond o
record of 8-2 is moybe more Thon ony-
body expecfed from Them."
There were olso oTher reosons for The
success. Two brofhers, Chris ond Joson
Morfin did exfremely well. Joson, who is
o sophomore, wos The flrsT ploce runner
oll yeor, while Chris, o junior wos The
second ploce runner. The girl's Teom
did well olso. Kofhy Trujillo, o senior, wos
The firsf ploce runner ond Debbi Smifh,
olso o senior, wos The second ploce
runner. The mosT imborTonT roce wos oT
MT. Soc, where They bloced second
overoll. IT wos on imporTonT roce be-
couse iT wos The lorgesf invToTionoI,
wiTh The besT runners combefing. Three
runners were in The Top Ten ond Kofhy
Trujillo ploced 'l3Th, firsT of The Follbrook
fTopj Girls Cross Country: Front: Lora Bow-
man, Liz Cortes, Heather Johnson, Kelly
' apman, Heidi Schuler, Kristina Hand,
Debbie Smith, Row Two:
Coach Gary Lutgendorf, Kelly Zudis, Katie Fe-
dorchak, Donna Crossen, immml,
Rae Gehring, Valerie Krumm, Valerie Core,
Shannon Fitzgerald, Jenine Crane
fBottomj Kristina Hand makes a dash to-
wards the finish line.
QOpposite Topj Boys Cross Country Front: Dan
Carter, Nicolas Domingues, James Ober, Ja-
son Martin, Chris Martin, Curtis Sullivan,
Richard Parris, Brent Kish, Row Two: Tom
Miller, Todd Thomas, Dennis Anderson, Earl
Hamilton, Karlin Smith, Rafael Gonzales,
Josh De La Cruz, Eric Johnson, Phil Tiso, Pe-
ter Ferral, Paul Gray, Will Davis, Cain Mir-
anda, Marciano Gonzales, Fernando Cortes,
Jim Barnabee, George Brown, Coach Marty
f0pposite Leftj Sophomore does not have to work hard to maintain his
third place ranking on the team.
lOpposite Middlej Fallbrook always strong at
lOpposite Bottomj runs strong
with the ever present thought of crossing the
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The field hockey Team was formed
of 6 reTurning players and 9 new mem-
bers. They experienced a challenging
season, earning a play-off posiTion, buT
unforTunaTely, The Warriors came up
againsT The high powered Team of La
Jolla in firsT round acTion and were
eliminaTed. The offensive aTTack was
led by 2nd Team All-League players
Renae Dowling, Jill Connelly, and BeTh
Buornarii assisied by Kerri Beckham.
The defense, led by isT Team All-
League players KrisTen Oafes, Sharon
Doi, and Irma Ramos, along wiTh The
aide of Melissa Wells, surrendered few
goals To The opposiiion ending The sea-
son wiTh only 7 balls passing The goal-
line. "I demanded 40096 of each and in
Time iT proved besT by Their perfor-
mance" said coach KaThy Yancey.
JV, a sTrong Team carried on The Tra-
diTion of League Champs. "Each has
shown characTerisTics for a promising
VarsiTy season" said coach Veronica
Bailey. OuTsTanding defensive aTTacker
Cindy Sullivan was assisied by Mindy
Wells, and The mosT aggressive player
was Melissa McNuTT.
Hopi Junior Varsity team, left to right, Coach
Veronica Bailey, Melissa McNutt, Stacey
Mudd, Stephanie Zumwalt, Nga Werts, Rober-
ta Hulit, Amy Shisler, Lela Hallock, Kelly De-
Precker, Sheri Seigfried, Mindy Wells, Amy
Burton, Jennifer Hopgood, Doreen DeLa-
garza, Anne Gilmore, Heather Bedolla, Chris-
tina Machado, Heather Hartford, Vickie An-
drus, Ciny Sullivan.
fBottomJ Sharon Doi successfully battles for
the ball against the Oceanside leading scorer.
f0pposite topl Varsity team, left to right,
Sharon Doi, Coach Kathy Yancey, Sheila Rog-
gow, Laurie Haven, Linda Askew, Heather
Bradford, Nan Burton, Kerri Beckham, Joan-
na Berry, Jill Connelly, Julie Spellman, Renae
Dowling, Beth Buornarti, Kristen Oates, Me-
lissa Wells, Irma Ramos, Lara Shisler.
l0pposite leftl During half-time Kerri Beck-
ham considers Kathy Yancey's scoring tac-
f0pposite rightj During one of many penalty
corners of the season, Nan Burton rushes the
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Sei up for
AlThough The VarsiTy Volleyball Team
was young This year and did noT do as
well as anTicipaTed, Coach l-leaTher
SchulTe was encouraged wiTh The facT
ThaT almosT all of The players will be re-
Turning nexT year wiTh game exper-
'll felT This Team had The TalenT To win
maTches, ouT we did noT play as well as
we should have" said Coach SchulTe
apouT This season. lvlenTal errors
seemed To play a pig parT in The Teams
losses and when The Team overcame
Them, They played well. Sophomore
Laurie Trujillo commenTed "we had our
ups and downs. We could have done
beTTer if we had more menTal conTrol
because we made a loT of menTal er-
rors." ln general The Team agreed ThaT
iT was a 'lpreTTy Tun season."
When asked who The Teams sTrong
players were, Coach Schulie said, "I do
noT like To single ouT because iT is a
Team efforT and we like To sTrive for
ThaT raTher Than individual efforT." She
did poinT ouT Erin lvliller and Darcee Rei-
chardT as leaders.
DespiTe The league record of 3 and
'll The Team improved wiTh each game
said Coach SchulTe.
The junior VarsiTy Team which was
coached by lvlark STeTfler and Kelly
Janikowski was lead loy Jennifer Jann,
Lura Boyd, and Sherry Duffy. The Junior
VarsiTy had a league record of 8 and 6.
Q'l'opJ Varsity volleyball: Coach Heather
Schulte, Kim Janikowski, Amy Holdcroft,
Laurie Trujillo, Eve Dakovich. Second Row:
Erin Miller, Darcee Reichardt, Lori Mick Bot-
tom Row: Diane Metcalf, Toni Hreha, Tammy
QBottomJ JV volleyball: Stephanie Palmer,
Jennifer Jann, Traci Batin, Traci Arbonaux.
Second Row: Julie Axe, Denise Boles, Sherri
Duffy, Paige Ventris. Third Row: l.QiirafBoyd,
Sue Lane, Stephanie Perez, Lori Shirley, Paige'
Rogers. Fourth Row: Janel Sutton, Coach
Mark Steffler, Asst. Coach Kelly Janikowski,
fOpposite Topj Amy Holdcroft is anxious to
aid a teammate in a match.
fOpposite Bottoml Laurie Trujillo displays her
athletic ability as she returns a ball in a game.
f0pposite Righty Tammy Harrington shows
form as she serves the ball.
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sTrongesT seasons in years finishing wiTh
a record of 4 l-6 and 6-6 in The powerful
palomar league. Senior Lori Haynes
Teamed wiTh sophomore Julie Sisel To
anchor a sTrong doubles represenTa-
Tive. Their record was AQ-8. Close pe-
hind Them was The duo of Anne Miller
and freshman Corrina RoTh, who fin-
ished wiTh 26 wins. Andi Sisel Topped
The singles draw wiTh a record of 416-6.
Also conTrlbuTing sTrongly were Erin Mill-
er, Daniel Verdon, KaThy GiusTo, Mary
Machado, and Sherri Andrews.
"The girls seemed To pe The pesT of
friends as well as a Team working To-
geTher," said coach Bill VVaiTe.
The junior varsiTy Team had an ouT-
sTanding season having a record of 40-
8. Launa SandschulTe was picked mosT
valuable player. Michelle Munyon was
elecTed mosT improved, and KrisTa Be-
har was chosen mosT inspiraTional.
fAbovei Returning with a backhand stroke
Andi Sisel practices after school.
fOpposite top lefti Warming up before a
match Julie Sisel concentrates on her serving.
l0pposite top rightj Lori Haynes vollies one
for a winning shot.
fOpposite bottom rightj Sherri Andrews gets
to the ball in just enough time to win a point
against Torrey Pines.
lOpposite bottom leftj J.V. tennis team:
Krista Stendlund,gEth'ffWi!ner, Myfiagilliil-
Lisa Skiffington, Annette Reisinger,
Cindy Hallet, Michelle Munyon, Tiiu Loigu,A
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Waite, Anne Miller, Daniele Verdon, Erin Mill-
er, Kathy Giusto, Korrina Roth, Mary Ma-
chado, Lori Haynes, Sherri Andrews,
The Boy's VarsiTy Soccer Team fin-
ished The year wiTh an overall record of
8-4 4-4 and a league record of A-8.
The Team, consisiing of 8 juniors and
6 seniors, was a young, and inexperi-
enced Team. Junior Tim Pipes was cho-
sen for FirsT Team All-League and was
one of The Top scorers on The Team
Junior Leon Harris was seiecied for Sec-
ond Team Aii-League and speni some
of his game Time as goalie. Two Juniors
were Honorable Meniions for Ali-
League. They were Rob CrafTs and
The JV, was led by Sophomore Aar-
on Riicherson and Freshman Jason
CTopJ Attempting to steal the ball from his
opponent, Trino Martinez is assisted by Raul
fBottomJ Maneuvering the ball around the op-
posing team, Raul Rodriguez moves down-
fOpposite top, Varsity Soccer: Front Row: Rob
Crafts, David Gardner, Gustavo Montiel, Raul
Rodriguez, Mikko Vannanen, Jeff Dennis.
Row Two: Jean Lionel Carrere, Leon Harris,
Tim Pipes, John Ritter, Coach Harris, Mike
Breza, Trino Martinez, Jaime Diaz, Mikko
f0pposite bottom leftl Jamie Diaz prepares to
make a shot on goal.
QOpposite bottom rightj J.V. Soccer: Front
Row: Raul Jiminez, James Riley, Craig Mc-
Donald, Greg Frinnel, Miguel Jiminez, Chip
Brusk, Chris Parsons. Row Two: Jason Rusk,
Jason Smith, Rick Stockman, Joey Bishop,
John Monahan, Chuck Depreker. Row Three:
Cheryl Davis, Wendy Spence, Eric Gonzales,
Gil Herms, Steven Gill, Charlie Harris, Aaron
Ritcherson, Robert Speith, Curtis Sullivan,
Kerri Stewart, Coach Mrs. Harris.
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WiTh The help of The reTurning play-
ers, The VarsiTy G-iris Soccer Team
showed Thai experience pays off. The
season highlighT occurred during The
exciiing game wiTh Poway TiTans,
which ended in a 4-4 Tie. "The season
has been The besT for us! We're such a
new Team and have really done welll"
VarsiTy Team capTain Melissa Wells
and JV Team capTain Amy Thomas
were among many who displayed in-
spmng ddland dedmahonThaTkepT
The Team spiriT high. Alicia Rojas, The
leading agressor adds a few com-
menTs of The season "We have been
successful and look forward To CIF."
"For mosT of us, This is The firsT year
we've played TogeTher as a Team, and
evenThough weke a youngieanw
we've been very compeTiTivel" said
senior Team member Melissa Wells.
"The 4984-85 Warriors Girls Soccer
The Warriors are young and aggres-
sive, while being led by very skillful and
expenenced senkws Theh penon
mance on The field has been consis-
TenTly excelIenT and I am very pleased
wiTh Their developmenT" ends VarsiTy
fTopJ Erin Pack prepares to set up a cross.
fOpposite topl The team takes a well deserved
break at half, and pictured here are Nga
Werts, Becky Boyd, Michele Boyd, and Alicia
fOpposite bottomj Like "Taking candy from a
baby" Alicia Rojas steals the ball from an op-
QBottomJ J.V. Soccer: Front Row: Coach Ger-
lach, Mindy Wells, Amy Shisler, Laura Pineda.
Row Two: Christie Engle, Amy Thomas, Che-
mene Poling. Row Three: Leann Cheon, Jenni-
fer Butts, Trish Fresquez, Jennifer Jolly. Back
Row: Shannon Fitzgerald, Trisha Johnson,
Jackie Smith, Melissa Ritter.
fOpposite bottom rightj Varsity Soccer: Front
Row: Coach Hulit, Mellissa Wells, Heather
Kroupa, Kohanna Barry, Kathy Coates. Row
Two: Alice Rojas, Michelle Boyd, Norma
Ponce, Nga Werts, Kathleen Meehan. Back
Row: Emma Lawson, Erin Pack, Tricia Shores,
Beckie Boyd, Cindy Sullivan.
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The Warrior VarsiTy BaskeTball Team
concluded The season wiTh an overall
record of 2-43, and a 2-5 record in The
Palomar League. The young Team, wiTh
Their new coach Dr. George Selleck.
narrowly losT several games To rivals
Orange Glenn and MT. Carmel. Ac-
cording To Junior Chris lVlarTin, i'This sea-
son has really been a learning exper-
ience for our young Team." The Team
boasTed only Two Seniors and several
Sophomore sTarTers. Sophomore Doug
WiTkop sTaTed ThaT "The Team was pla-
gued by injuries, which kepT many
sTarTers on The bench."
Coach Selleck said ThaT The highliTe
of The season was "The general lm-
provemenT of The Team as a whole."
I-le also remarked ThaT The "prospecTs
for The fuTure look very promising, es-
pecially if The players conTinue To im-
prove aT Their currenT pace." Coach
Selleck wenT on To praise The play of
sTandouTs Sophomore Chris Hansen
and Junior Chris Tucker.
iTopJ Sophomore Jason Martin and Junior
Jeff Work maneuver in the key.
i0pposite top leftl James Green bats the ball
to a teammate, as Jason Martin readies for
the upcoming play.
i0pposite top rightl Doug Witkop starts to
pass to a teammate down court.
iOpposite bottom Ieftl Mark Reinkamp shows
perfect form during a freethrow.
iOpposite bottom rightj Jason Martin watches
his pass to a teammate.
iBottoml Varsity Basketball: Jeff Work, Chris
Tucker, Mark Ringkamp, James Green, Paul
Dixon, Keith Denver, James Black, Jeff Rit-
chie. Not pictured: Chris Martin, Jason Mar-
tin, Coach Selleck.
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The JV along wifh The VarsiTy boys
were coached by Dr. George Sel-
leck, a new coach. This was an ex-
Tremely differenT year for The War-
riors. Their game wins were noT high,
wiTh a record of 5-l 'l, buT The boys
were TaughT The fundamenTals of
Because Dr. Selleck coached boTh
JV and VarsiTy, he was able To move
players from one Team To The oTher,
This gave well skilled VarsiTy players,
playing Time by puTTing Them on JV.
Also This helped excellenT JV players,
VarsiTy experience. "Having VarsiTy
players playing on JV gave us The
chance To learn more easily," sTaT-
ed Tony lVloramarco.
Coach Cliff Farrar and his freshmen
crews highlighf of The year was geT-
Ting The ConsolaTion Championship
Trophy aT The San Marcos Tourna-
menT. "Mike WesT and Todd Adam-
son were Two players who improved
exTremely," sTaTed Farrar. "These
players sTarTed on The bench and
finished The season as conTribuTing
lOpposite topl After retrieving a practice
shot, Tony Moramarco dribbles the ball
fOpposite top rightl Sitting on the side-
lines coaches Turner and Martin along
with Mark Michealian, Joe Turner and
Gary Nelson watch the game intently
i0pposite bottoml JV basketball Back
Row: Coach Mike Martin, Steve Stephan,
Joe Turner, Mike Feyk, Mike Cherry, Elidio
Escobedo, Tony Moramarco, Mark Michea-
lian, Coach Richard Turner, Coach George
Selleck. Front Row: Jason Dawes, Drew
Habura, Gary Nelson, Mike Richardson.
fliightl Warming up before a game, Joe
Turner takes a shot as Jason Dawes pre-
pares to shoot.
fTopl Steve Fox, Todd Adamson, Shane
MacKenzie, Phil Anthony, Greg Lypps,
Coach Cliff Farrar, Brian Raines, Justin
Fine, Jeff Pack, Mike West, Cain Miranda,
JV-Frosh Basketball 77
Affer winning The TenTh consecuTive
Palomar League Championship in 4984,
This years girls varsiTy baskefball Team
had a big challenge ahead of Them.
Alfhough The Team iosT mosT of The ex-
perienced Taller players, iT was Their de-
Terminafion and dedicafion ThaT kepf
Them on Top. "We may noT have a loT
of heighTh, buT our quickness and
speed will puf us ahead." exclaimed
Coach Buck WhiTe.
They sTarTed The year wiTh only one
reTurning sTarTer, senior Nicole Jann,
and four oTher reTurning players: KaThy
Trujillo, Shauna Cowan, Sharon Doi and
Sandi STevens. Also, They added some
TalenT from The junior varsiTy Team. VViTh
This young Team They found They had a
loT of ouTsTanding defensive players.
This led Them To sTarT off wiTh a quick
inexperienced Team in The midsT of
conTinuing The TiTle of league champi-
ons. IT was The abiliTy To apply pressure
defense ThaT goT The lady Warriors Top
billing in local newspapers.
f0pposite topj Varsity Team: Louis Difazio
Cmanagerj, Jennifer Jann, Nicole Jann,
Shauna Cowan, Sandy Stevens, Diane Met-
calf, Laurie Trujillo, Kathy Trujillo, Sharon
Doi, Lisa Reinstra, Coach Buck White.
fOpposite bottoml Junior Varsity Team: Sher-
yle Duffy, Melissa McNutt, Corinna Roth, Jen-
nifer Luxinger, Susan Lane, Patti Pearson,
Christina Machado, Judith Cruz, Roberta Hu-
lTop rightj Nicole Jann gets fouled as she goes
up for a jump shot.
QTop left, Laurie Trujillo goes up for a shot in a
lBottom leftj Sandy Stevens readies herself
for a quick rebound.
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Take-downs, reverses and pins make
up The grueling spori of wresiling. A
spori of man againsi man, where size
has no meaning. A spori of crash dieis
and miles of running io make a specific
This year The Team had a new ele-
meni, a new coach. lVlr. Dave Alpriiion
came io Fallbrook io 'reach and
coach. This gave The wrestling Warriors
a new approach io their spori.
Varsity reiurners who had ouisiand-
ing year's were Senior Lee Rysewyk
and Senior Jim Machado. Also puiiing
in a good performance was Junior
QTopl After a long struggle, Junior Frank Butts
takes down his opponent for a point.
fMiddleJ A wrestler dances around the ring
while deciding his next move.
fOpposite top, Senior Jim Machado gets the
pin after a tough match.
lOpposite middlej Lee Rysewyk flips his oppo-
nent in an attempt to achieve the pin.
fBottomJ J.V. Wrestling: Front Row: Fidel
Cruz, Anthony Bonton, Romey Guznzon, Tom-
my Morrow, Michael Flores. Back Row: Troy
Hopton, Pete Loftis, Eric Ord, Brian Comey,
Brian Show, Fred Katey.
f0pposite Bottomj Varsity Wrestling: Front
Row: Curtis Russel, Tim Orosco, Jesus Cas-
tillo, Santos Magdaleno, Josh De La Cruz.
Back Row: Coach Dave Albritton, Frank
Butts, Rob Toomire, Mike Bustamonte, Rich
Fox, Jim Barnaby, Lee Rysewyk, Ralph Guer-
T'The seoson opened wiTh greoT en-
Thusiosm. Hord work, dedicoTion, o
posiTive oTTiTude, ond cooperoTion,
olong wiTh d good number of newcom-
ers dnd reTurners, helped To boosT Foll-
brook To The Top," sToTed Cooch Tom
Before The seoson sTorTed, five of The
VorsiTy Worriors compeTed in The pres-
Tigious lvlichelob lnviToTionol. Doug
McQueen, Mike Robinson, BrenT
CHorpoQ Anderson, ond Korlin SmiTh did
exiremely well in The mile reloy wiTh The
besT Time in The counTy. Seon Hickey,
hod o respecToble Third ploce in The
All six cooches, Cooch Oder, Cooch
lvlorc Sieffler, Cooch lVlorTy Houck,
Cooch Gory Cooch Jeff Ropes, ond
Cooch Debbie Gerlock were pledsed
wiTh The TurnouT of 'l7O. WiTh on ex-
Treme number of highly TolenTed dTh-
leTes, oddiTionol workouTs ond
cooches, They were off To o greoT
The opening vicTory over Corlsbod,
wos The sTorTing poinT To on exciTing
seoson. lvlony oThleTes showed Their
poTenTiol for copTuring school records.
HWe'll win leogue ond moke sure ev-
eryone knows who Follbrook is!!l" sToT-
ed BrenT Anderson.
fTopJ Concentrating on the vault, Sean Hickey
begins his approach.
QBottoml Mike George prepares to put the
shot, as Bev Pierce looks on.
fOpposite Topj Boys Track: Front Row: Peter
Ferral, George Brown, Brent Kish, Paul Grey,
Chris Martin, Brent Anderson, Bob Powel,
John Enockson, Mark Michaelian, Jason Mar-
tin, Kevin Witt. Row Two: Curtis Sullivan,
Tom Miller, Ed Allen, Nicolas Domingues,
Baldo Calvillo, Robert Arnold, Josh De La
Cruz, Rich Fox, Mike Hall, Rene Cortes. Row
Three: Chris Zeigler, Will Davis, Robert Shir-
ley, Jim Bettin, Sean Hickey, Matt Mulligan,
Kevin Gonzales, Danny Keegan, Eric Enge-
bretson. Row Four: Matt McCall, Fernando
Cortes, Jon Liddle, Fidel Cruz, Eric Gonzales,
Jay Sanford, Tom Dumont, Tom Hickey, Eric
Heald, Donovan Mathias. Row Five: Rich Par-
ris, Randy Hopton, David Farrell, Robert
Green, Matt Jimenez, Ernie Pierotti, Tony
Cooke, Earl Hamilton. Row Six: Coach Brad
Ervin, Mike Robinson, Gil Moleles, Greg
Mann, Chris Leigh, Steve Stephen, Chucky
Wolford, Tim Pipes, Doug McQueen, Chip
Brusk. Back Row: Ryan Edwards, Jason Davis,
Bret Abshire, Danny Long, Mike George, John
QOpposite lefti On a Tuesday work-out, Mike
Robinson glides up a hill.
Q0pposite rightl Brent Anderson doing sprints
on Concession Hill.
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The girl's Track Team sTarTed off The
season on a high noTe. The early sea-
son win over The Carlsbad girl's Track
Team ended The Two and a half year
losing sTreak. The greaTesT conTribuTing
facTor of The win was The record seTTing
size of The Team.
The addiTion of Two new hurdle
coaches, Miss Debbie Gerlach and lvlr.
Jeff Ropes, helped To sTrengThen one
of Fallbrook's TradiTional weak spoTs.
Head coach Tim Oder spenT The sum-
mer and school year procuring beTTer
eauipmenT in order To sTrengThen The
enTire Track program. Head girls Team
coach, lvlarc STeffler, sTaTed ThaT he
was Hreally proud of all The girls and
ecsTaTic over The win againsT Carls-
The early season win over Carlsbad
proved To be The sTarT of a successful
and exciTing season. Early season sTan-
douTs included Sandy STevens and Bev
Pierce in The Throwing evenTs, Debbie
Morgan and Laura Hesser in The running
evenTs, and Kelly Wood and Ray Gehr-
ing in The jumping evenTs.
fTopi Bev Pierce throws the shotput as Mike
George tapes his fingers.
QBottomJ Kirsten Clough and Heather Brad-
ford lean into the curve in a 220 yard workout.
fOpposite top leftj Darcy Harrison practices
her form while running up a hill.
f0pposite top righti Coaches: Marc Steffler -
GirI's and sprint coach, Gary Lutgendorf -
jumpers coach, Tim Oder -- Boy's and throw-
ers coach, Marty Hauck - mid-distance and
distance coach, Not pictured: Debbie Gerlach
- huddlers coach, Jeff Ropes - huddlers
COpposite bottomi Girl's Track: Front Row:
Lori Mick, Kristie Davison, Jennifer Jolly,
Valerie Core, Laura Continelli, Darcy Harri-
son, Amy Cicchillo, Kim Howell, Kirsten
Clough, Paige Wentris. Row Two: Ray Gehr-
ing, Trish Frequez, Heather Kroupa, Johanna
Barry, Heather Bradford, Teresa Domanski,
Michelle Munyon, Christina Hand, Cindy Sulli-
van, Laura Long, Tracy Tevebaugh. Row
Three: Katie Fedorchak, Julie Robertson,
Stacy Peretti, Sue Lane, Amy Strauss, Janeen
Black, Kirsten Rayl, Carrie Miller, Lori Jones,
Kelly Wood. Row Four: Bridgett Bobo, Rachell
Edwards, Maria Copa, Becky Barron, Merideth
Noon, Tammy Buscemi, Anne Marie Whetter,
Kathy Haven, Liz Cortez. Row Five: Sandy
Stevens, Becky Redmon, Amy Stinton, Bev
Pierce, Pauli Moramarco, Jennifer Himmer,
Anna Norden, Janel Dutton, Lisa Murray. Row
Six: Melissa McNutt, Cheryl Davis, Shannon
Flynn, Jennifer Chilcote, Paige Norr, Lora
Bowman, Debbie Morgan, Melissa McQueen,
Lori Shirley, Coach Marc Steffler.
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The girls sofTpalI Team sTarTed ouT
wiTh a loT of young faces. The whole
infield consisTed of freshmen and soph-
omores, wiTh one excepTion, senior
Ranel Meers as piTcher. She had her
second year of sTarTing as a piTcher
and had been aTTending piTching clin-
ics all year To improve. 'lVViTh Ranel's
skill and spiriT she was sure To help The
Team," sTaTed Daniel Verdon. There
were only Two reTurning seniors To join
Ranel: Daniel Verdon and Charlene Da-
vis. "WiTh Those Three reTurning players
They were sure To lead The Team To
vicTory," explained Lisa Brown.
"This year The Team seemed To be
improving as each pracTice wenT by,
wiTh our young Team we are quick
learners," sTaTed Rane! lvleers. Al-
Though The Team was young They had
a IoT of skill.
Varsity: Beth Bounarti, Daniele Verdon, Jen-
nifer Luxinger, Charlene Davis, Ranel Meers,
Stacy Graves, Julia Axe, Lisa Brown, Patti
Pearson, Shannon Fitzgerald, Jody Taylor and
Coach: Mr. Regal.
Junior Varsity: Tracie Arboneaux, Stacy Rob-
inson, Gina Zagarella, Janni Jonston, Krista
Erickson, Bennae Calac, Joana Wilson, Emma
Lawson, Tammy Harrington, Coach: Mr. Wi-
land. Not pictured: Cheryl Christensen, Pau-
line Scott, Rachelle Smith, Becky Leist, Judy
Cruz, Tina LaMastus.
lOpposite topl After retrieving the ball, Patti
Pearson throws to first for a Warrior out.
f0pposite bottom right, Samcking the ball
into the outfield, Stacy Graves is about to run
lOpposite bottom leftl Ranel Meers, the Varsi-
ty pitcher, readies herself for the pitch that's
about to come her way.
Girls Softball 87
Once again, The crafTy coaching of
lvlr. Dave Heid, broughT experience
and moTivaTlon To The VarsiTy Warriors.
C.l.F. candidaTes, Mark Ungerpiller
and STeve Reczek, led The Warriors inTo
The 4985 campaign. ReTurning leTTer-
men Richie HuliT, Lee Rysewyk, and
Jaime lvliramonies, Teamed wiTh new-
comers KeiTh JesTer, Joe Comer, Kenny
lvlcAndrews, and Jeff RiTchie To paTTel
perennial C.l.F. finalisTs, lviT. Carmel and
PiTching was one of The sTrengThs of
The Team. The Warriors also showed The
apiliTy To hiT The long pall wiTh men on
Senior leadership was provided by
David Landes, HecTor lvluro, and Tim
HamilTon. Coach Heid was especially
pleased wiTh 'The unselfish play and
husTle The Warriors displayed This year."
ParTicularly encouraging was The
play of Two Sophomore sTandouTs, Bill
Dunckel and T.J. Flynn. Nine leTTermen
will be reTurning for nexT year's season.
f'l'opl John Lane dives back to second base as
Tim Hamilton tries to pick him off.
fBottom leftl During batting practice, Jeff Rit-
chie watches the play in the outfield as Frank
Butts runs home.
fOpposite top Ieftl Joe Comer, in the wind-up,
concentrates on his curve-ball.
l0pposite top rightj Out in left field, Steve
Reczek fields a ground ball.
QOpposite bottoml Varsity Baseball: lsecond
rowl Mr. Reynoso, Lee Rysewyk, Jeff Ritchie,
T.J. Flynn, Mark Ungerbiller, John Lane, Joe
Comer, Jaime Miramontes, and Coach Dave
Heid. lfirst row, Richie Hulit, Keith Jester,
Frank Butts, David Landes, Steve Reczek,
Kenny McAndrews, Hector Muro, Tim Hamil-
ton, Bill Dunckel, and manager Brian Sobc-
zak. NOT PICTURED: Rob Shea.
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J.V. and frosh
What exactly are the J.V. and Fresh-
man baseball teams made out of this
year? Will they be better than the past
J.V. and Freshman teams?
The J.V. was a very strong team with
a lot of potential. They had a strong
infield. Some strong points were Eric
lVlcVey on second, Scott Hainline of ist
base and Mike Bustamante as the
catcher. All these players, plus the help
out in the outfield produced a success-
ful team. Offensively the J.V. team had
two really outstanding hitters, Tony
Strebin and David Garland.
The Freshman team was also well
equipped with good players. Coach AI
Walker commented on the Freshmen
Warriors, "The Freshman team worked
very well together, because they have
been together as a team for many
years. We have several pitchers which
will have a good season. This years
Freshman team is bigger in size and
have a lot of bigger peopIe."
fTopl J.V. player David Garland is ready to
slam the ball when the ball is received by the
lBottoml J.V. player David Waite waits for a
chance to hit the ball into left field.
Freshman team: Top row: Coach Al Walker,
Mike Turiace, Mike Sayler, Jeff Lawrence,
John Dennis, Eric Davison, Jamie Willcox,
Kyle Jester, Reivas Gomez, Coach Dick Lar-
sen. Bottom row: Jason Draper, Fermin Mar-
tin, Andy Walker, Marco Flores, Chris Dalton,
and Bobby Waid.
1Opposite Leftl Freshman coach Al Walker
discusses a play with Kyle Jester and Mike
KOpposite Rightj Tony Strebin coaches Mike
Bustamante back to the first base to prevent
C0pposite bottomj J.V. Team: Top row: David
Waite, Mike Bustamante, Tony Strebin, Scott
Hainline, Pat Zimmberly, Tony Reynoso, Ty
Barksdale, and Coach Bill Wurtz Bottom: Eric
McVey, David Garland, Daryl Fox, Jason
Rusk, Jason Corcoran, Jason Dawes, Danny
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For The Third consecuTive year Vir-
ginia Bailey has been The gymnasTics
coach aT Fallbrook. WiTh seven var-
siTy reTurners The Team goals are seT
high. iiVVe are hoping To make iT To
C.l.F. Tor The firsT Time," commenTed
Coach Bailey. The J.V. has only a
compulsory Team, while The Varsiiy
Team has compulsory and opTional.
The opiional Team can make up
Their own rouTines and compulsory
Team does rouTines seT down by The
gymnasTlcs federaTion. "Our league
is really Tough, buT as long as we
keep our injuries down I Think we can
do good," said senior Erik lvleisTer.
This year There will be six boys on The
Team, buT since There is noT a league
for Them They can only exhibiT Their
skills. VarsiTy sTandouTs include STa-
cie PeTerman and Sylvia Rollins. BuT
lvls. Bailey sTressed The imporTance
ofa full Team effori. Up againsT pow-
erful Teams such as MT. Carmel and
Torrey Pines, The splriT of The Team will
be TesTed, buT should prevail.
lOpp. topl Varsity Team included lfrontl
Rina Arnoldg lmiddle rowl Stephanie Bein,
Cathy Butler, Lisa Bowman, Stacy Mudd,
Megan Williams, Jeani Harris, Stacy Pe-
terman, Jim Vranch, Jill Anderson, and
mascot Stephanie Johnson, lback rowl
Christine Munyon, Kelly Basore, Erik Meis-
ter, Sylvia Rollins, Trisha Shores, Christi-
na Machado, Traci Battin, Jennifer Jann,
Dena Fuess, Trci Basore, Stephanie Marh,
l0pp. bottom leftl J.V. team included
lfrontl Heather Davenport, Tara Sutcliff,
Heather Bedolla, Mindy Wells, Marci
Emory, and mascot Tiffany Johnson.
fbackl Kathy Quisenberry, Stacy Taylor,
Sandy Wakefield, Denise Hurt, Erin Pack,
Lela Hallock, Amy Shisler, Jennifer Butts,
l0pp. bottom rightj Tricia Shores, finish-
ing her routine with confidence.
lTopJ Heather Bedulla performs a difficult
move on the balance beam.
lliottoml Tara Sutliff attempts the uneven
in The spring
The only gool The golf Tedm hod wos
To win one mdTch. They hdve gone for
beyond ThdT by sTorTing wiTh o record
of 3-O. WiTh Three freshmen ond no re-
Turning vdrsiTy pldyers cooch Vdnyo
did noT expecT much buT leorning from
The young sTdrTers. Foreign exchonge
sTudenT Moline Leonder is one of The
sTdrTers olong wiTh Erin l-loy. Senior Rich-
ord Renoso, Junior Mike SToll, Freshmon
Chuck Deprecker ond The Twins Rondi
ond Rick Rose, boTh freshmen, ore The
resT of The sTdrTing seven.
"They ore young buT very TolenTed,"
sold cooch Vonyo, Ufhe fuiure looks
brighT for The Wdrriorsf'
Prdciicing dfier school everydoy, bri-
voTe lessons ond sdnciioned Tournd-
menTs oll siock up To o hedlThy Tennis
Teom. Working hdrd To mdich up
dgdinsT The Tough Polomdr leogue ore
Top four ployers Jomie Woodson, Rob-
bie Ddvies, Eric Kirkbride, ond Doug Per-
"IT Tdkes o loT of hord work ond dedi-
coiion buT iT's worih The soiisfociion of
winning," sdys number one bloyer Jo-
mie Woodson. The Teom hos sTorTed
off well wiTh ci record of 3-4. Bob ArThur.
lon Yomone, Tony lvlonfolbdno, ond
ScoTT Vonyo os well conTribuTed
sTrongly To The sTorT of o greof seoson.
"ATTiTudes ore o loT beTTer This yeor
coming ouT on The courT. They ore will-
ing To work hdrder, ond oll oround more
Tcoachablej' commenTs cooch Yon-
QTop rightj Front Row: Doug Perry, Tony Mon-
talbano, Coach Yancey, Eric Kirkbride, Dan
Greene. Back Row: Scott Vanyo, Robbie Da-
vies, Jamie Woodson, Bob Arthur, lan Ya-
fMiddle Rightj Back Row: Lee Trout, Mike
Money, Cam Coughran, Paul Simmonds, Ran-
dy Spankie. Front Row: Paul Roseen, Eric
Brown, Scott Rink, Kevin Noble.
lBottom Right, Exchange student Moline Le-
ander practices her putting.
QBottom Righty During practice Robbie Davies
practices his chip volley.
lOpposite Topi Practicing at San Luis Rey golf
course, Rich Renoso chips one onto the green.
lOpposite Bottomi Front Row: Randy Rose,
Chuck Deprecker, Ricky Rose, Scott Fieux,
Mike Stall. Back Row: Mike Vanyo, Jim Col-
lins, Richard Reynoso, Mike Cherry, Jim Wel-
burn, Steve Ridden, Erin Hay, Max Mattox.
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"Our Team pushed overall achieve-
menTs," said junior Warren Pierson. This
sTaTemenT prevailed ThroughouT The
season for The poy's VarsiTy Swim
Team. They seT ouT To defend Their
league TiTle and 'TshoT for records," said
Bernd Haferkamp. Sirong perfor-
mances were given by Luke Salerno,
Wink Sfreicher, Bernd Haferkamp, and
Tom RuTan. As Tom enThusiasTically said
afTer an easy vicTory over Oceanside,
"Our season was in There and we plan
To crank aT C.l.F."
The J.V. boys also looked forward To
a sTrong finish in league, aIThough
coach KiT Moore felT he was The Team's
besT all-around swimmer, More serious-
ly, Coach Moore said The Team 'Tim-
proved Tremendously." He noTed
swimmers Craig McDonald, Danny Gil-
more, and Bill Freeman as major con-
TribuTors To The Team's success.
ftopj Rob Crafts leads the way in the J.V. 200
lBottomD Michael Bettencourt contemplates
his strategy for the upcoming meet.
lOpposite topl Front row: Jay Sandord, Mi-
chael Betencourt, David Betencourt, Mike
Fake, Bernd Haferkamp, Warren Pearson, Ja-
mie Warner, Rob Crafts, John Sagers, Robert
Stepanow. Back row: Tim Bush, Steve Rolin,
Luke Salerno, Charles Hartford, Tony Monte,
and Jim Harrison.
l0pposite bottom leftl Who says people can't
walk on water?
lOpposite bottom rightj Lars Moyer proves
that breast stroke is the best stroke.
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KXWHOT? Mr. Brower you hdve goT To
be kidding!" These cries were heord
from everyone on The swim Teom when
word goT oui ThdT Fdllbrook hdd been
moved inTo The Tough Polomdr ledgue.
"BuT lVIT. Cormel, The Mission Viejo of
Souihern Cdlifornid, is in The Polomdr
Despiie The iniTidl shock of The ledgue
chonge, The fish welcomed iT, even if iT
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TiTle os They hod done for The pdsT four
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rdnge seniors H complefely
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inTo The new ledgue wiTh new Teom
idckeis, moTching of ThdT, new ldne
lines, dnd new sTdrTing blocks To re-
bldoe The dniidue replioos so mdny
swimmers hdve come To know ond noT
A new codch, lvls. Connie Keller odd-
ed d new sTroke To The swim Teom This
yedr which wos led by reTurning vdrsiTy
swimmers, Leslie Peck, Kdihleen Mee-
hon, Peri Siubbs, ond Heidi Hdferkomp,
plus The sTrong help of Jennifer Hop-
good ond Kelly DePrecker.
The fuTure for The femdle fish looks
brighi wiTh oufsfonding young Tdlenis,
Jennifer Peferson, Donno Crosson ond
f'l'opl Varsity Team pictured: ftop row, Celest
Gonzales, Keri Zudis, Erin Chapman, Jennifer
Hopgood. fmiddle rowl Cheryl Simmons,
Amee Williams, Amy Burton, Julie Beastal,
Irma Betancourt, Kelly DePrecker, fsupport-
ing rowj Leslie Peck, Heidi Haferkamp, Don-
na Crosson, Peri Stubbs, Skinny Kat Meehan,
Lori McKenzie, Jennifer Peterson.
fBelowD Peri Stubbs thinks of all the fun things
she could be doing besides swimming.
fOpposite top! "Its a bird, its a plane, its Heidi
fOpposite bottomj Erin Chapman, Kathleen
Meehan, Leslie Peck, and Peri Stubbs antici-
pated to break the medley relay record this
Q0pposite Acrossl Donna Crosson takes a
breath for the camera.
lBelowJ "Hi! My name is Keri Zudis."
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l0ppositeJ Spending his lunch time ,by the
ASB office, Craig McDonald laughs at a
flop! Tiiu Loigu enjoys her free time from
class with a group of friends during first
lLeftJ Waiting for class to begin, Rob Too-
mire relaxes with a game of gravitation in
Mr. Burns' room.
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i'The Junior closs hod o responsibiliry ro fill ond
rhey did ir," srored Presidenr John Rirrer. "The
closs hos plenry of porenriol ond closs spirir,"
remorlsed Secrerory Shorron Doi.
The Juniors once ogoin rurned our o very
good floor. According ro Presidenr John Piirrer,
rhe floor consrrucrion vvos "very successful ond
we hod o lor of people show up ond worls
The Juniors surprised o lor of people by doing
well in rhe closs cornperirions, Uwe vvon o lor of
rhe closs cornperirions ond we hove o good shor
or winning closs of rhe yeor," srored Vice Presi-
denr Amy Thornos, Ar rhe beginning of rhe
yeor 'ipeople would come up ro me ond volun-
reer for rhe cornperirions, everyone is so enrhu-
All rhe officers expressed rheir enrhusiosrn
over decororing for rhe prom ond rhoughr ir
vvos one of fhe pesr ever.
Junior officers Secretary Sharron Doi, Vice-
President Amy Thomas, Treasurer Vicky An-
drus and President John Ritter are hanging on
through their Junior year.
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The guesrion rhar filled many people's minds
ar rhe end of rhe 1984 foofball season, was
"Who will be rhe big men in 19857
Now, "Dig" doesn'r necessarily refer ro rhe
size of rhe players, bur rhe ralenr and porenfial
rhey possess. Yer in John Adams case, offensive
guard, size is all rhar marrers.
Talsing size inro considerarion, Rob Shea is no
big man, yer Mr. Pads feels he will be rhe wide
receiver many scours will be lool-zing ar because
of his good hands and speed.
Doug O'Hara, defensive lineman, will have a
heavy load ro carry nexr year. Mr. Pads is confi-
denr rhar he can handle ir because of his speed
Defensive bacls, Keirh Jesrer, will be anorher
player ro warch in rhe 85 season. This pasr
season lefr Jesrer wirh plenry of Varsiry exper-
ience, which will help him nexr year. Another
rhing rhar will help him is his goodiudgemenr on
where rhe ball is going and his abilify ro be rhere
ro cover his man,
The lasr of rbe "big Men" is Jeff Rirchle. Riff
chie's srrong poinf is his mobiliry and ralenr ro
play on borh rhe offense and defense. Nexr
year will be his rhird year on rhe varsiry squad.
Getting a lift to practice are football's future
big men John Adams, Doug O'Hara, Keith
Jester, Jeff Richie, and Rob Shea.
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"Ger our of Fallbrook" was rhe general re-
sponse fromiuniors when oslsed whar rhey did
for recrearlon. This comes as no surprise, since
Fallbrools is a small fown, comprised mosrly of
banlss, gas srarions, and real esrare offices. Ex-
cepr for an occasional parry wiih friends, sru-
denfs rravel elsewhere in search of fun. They go
ro places from LA. ro Mexico.
During rhe warm weather monrhs, fhe
beaches are rhe mosr popular. An afrernoon of
volleyball was usually on rhe agenda for Chris
Tuclser. ul play volleyball as much as possible."
said Chris, Anorher popular beach sporf is, of
course, surfing. lr doesn'r even have ro be
warm ro find surfers in fhe wafer. lf rhere's surf,
rhen fhere's surfers.
The maioriry of fhe responses were ro ger
our of rown, usually LA. or San Diego, buf rhere
were a few who enjoyed hanging around. Jusr
playing a friendly game of baslserboll wifh rhe
guys, or fhrowing a superbowl parfy for friends.
Off-road motorcycle riding provides juniors
with an exciting pastime.
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108 Jumors Ja-Ma
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Hove srudenrs of Follbrools High been moping
oround compus? No, srudenrs hove been going
oround rolsing ocrions ro increose ovvoreness of
rhe bod effecrs of drinlsing ond driving, These
srudenrs ore members of on orgonizorion coiled
SADD - Sfudenrs Agoinsr Driving Drunls, SADD
goined inreresr or FHS when Poige Pioorlds life
vvos rolsen in Spring 1984 by o drunls driver.
"The purpose is nor ro rell lsids nor TO drinls, ir is
ro lseep rhem from gerring info o cor offer-
words," srored Krisren Oores. Krisfen olso srored
rhor SADD's slogon, "Friends don'r ler friends
drive drunl-x" sold o lor obour rhe generol feeling
of oil of rhe members, since no one wonrs ro
lose o friend rhrough coreless occidenrs.
Otgecrives of SADD hove been fo srorr o
rronsporrorion service bosed or rhe school so
rhor people con coll ro ger rides home. Also,
berrer communicorion bervveen sfudenrs ond
porenrs hod been on imporronr otgecrive mer
by rhe Conrrocr for Life, This soys rhor porenrs
will picls rheir reens up if rhey ger inebriofed or
ore riding wirh someone who is, buf if does nor
Kristen Oates and John Ritter put up n poster
announcing the next SADD meeting.
Juniors Ma-Mc 109
110 Juniors Mc-Pa
Grob o foshion
Hoir ond foshion were porh o mojor porr of
orrending school. lr seemed rhor unusuol sryles
srood our rhis yeor more rhon ever Thelunlors
fools over os rhe rrend serrers wirh o smoll group
rhor hungeour on 'irhe wollf' Their woy of dress-
ing, with lsnoclsour neons ond oolder colors,
shoclsed mosr people. Blocls wos onorher color
worn commonly oy people doily. Blocls loce
gloves wlrh rhinesrone occessories chonged
pluejeons inro rhe rociesr ponrs oround. Sheer
plocls sroclslngs ond pumps ropped off rhe ourfir.
The oursronding rexrures borrowed from rhe
world of mensweor were used in new ond
invenrive woys. Overcoors were worn with
oversized sweorers. Doors were olso o pig rhing
for winrer dressing. When oslsed why she hod
such o differenr ond our of rhe ordinory sryle of
dress, Allyson Terry Commenred, 'My idol is
Boy George ond l rry ro be differenr lilse he is."
Hoir would nor only chonge sryle from o doy
ro doy bosis our ir would olso Chonge color. The
lengrh oprions were from os shorr os shoved ro
os long oslusr opove rhe shoulder, A mohowls
wos nor on uncommon sighr ro be seen on o girl
wirh oronge hoir. Even girls who hod o normol
sryle of hoir were ofren seen wirh ir purple or
even pleoched plonde.
Juniors Barbara Murray, Allyson Terry, Cam
Coughran, and Audrey Burke gather at nutri-
tion to discuss weekend dancing plans.
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112 Juniors Pu-Ri
"l gave blood because l wanred a T-shin,"
said Anne Gilmore. This was one ofjusr many
reasons forjuniors donaring rheir blood Novem-
ber QQ during rhe Blood BanIs's visir ro Fallbrools
l-ligh. Ar firsr, some srudenrs felr unsure and a
lirrle scared abour giving blood, bur afrer a pinr
of rheir blood was drawn, no one expressed
any feelings of regrer.
Alex Vasquez donared blood because his
older brorher had been in an accident and re-
quired a blood rransfusion. Therefore, when
given rhe opporruniry ro help orher people,
Alex responded and said he felr "Grear."
The Blood Banls operares on a volunreer ba-
sis and is a nonprofir organizarion. Eighry-five
people donared blood ar Fallbrools High and
flfry-rhree pinrs were acrually used because of
colds and lacls of vaccinarions. The Blood Banls
felr ir had a successful drive and had hopes of a
good rurn our of volunreers in rhe furure.
Alex Vasquez takes some time off to donate a
pint of blood.
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The spirired closs of '86 gor rogerher ond formed
o nevv, elire club only for rhe members of rhe
Junior closs. Amy Thomos wos responsible for rhe
ideo ond creorion of "Jusr Juniors." "I rhoughr if
would oe o good ideo ro ger oll Juniors involved
ond unired," exploined Amy.
Hoving o club for Juniors vvos on originol ideo
rhor gove Juniors something speciol ro be o porr of.
The club ooosred Closs porriciporion during floor
consrrucrion ond club members olso creored some
new, impressive pep rolly ideos.
Jusr Juniors were olso involved in rrosh picle-up,
prom orgonizorion, ond fund roisers for rhe Junior
closs. Presidenr Jeff llirchie felr, " 'Jusr Juniors' is
differenr oecouse vve're vvorlsing rogerher os o
closs. Our gool is ro ger rhe Junior closs spirired ond,
hopefully, rhor spirir will leod us on rovvord coprurf
ing closs of fhe yeor honors."
Organizers of "Just Juniors" are Jeff Ritchie,
Amy Thomas, Gina Stockton, Eric Heald, and
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Soaring with spirit
The main goal for rhe sophomore class officers
was ro ger orher srudenrs involved in various class
acriviries, such as rhe class comperirions, dresseup
days during Homecoming weels, and helping wirh
rhe consrrucrion of rhe floor.
i'5oaring ro Vicrory," rhe rheme for homecome
ing rhis year, was well used oy rhe class. Their floor
was a gianr replica ofa hor air balloon rhar was oy
far rhe mosr colorful on homecoming nighr. Alf
fhough rhey did nor finish in firsr place, rhe sopho-
mores led rhe floors in creariviry because rhey used
new invenrive merhods and ideas.
Leading rhe sophomore class are: Amy Burron,
President, Emma Lawson, Vice-presidenr, Joanna
Karz, Secrerary, and Berh Warner, Treasurer.
Showing their Warrior pride are the sophomore
class officers, Emma Lawson, Amy Burton, Beth
Warner and Joanna Katz.
Sophomores Be-Bo 117
118 Sophomores Br-Ch
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The elite compete
The Sorlsis Sponjion oword nominees were on-
nounced or rhe end of rheir freshmon yeor. "We
were oil surprised when our nomes were on-
nouncedf' sold Joson Morrin. Ty Borlssdole Clfoof-
boll, Bosebollbg John Holi Clfoorboll, Troclsbg Joson
Morrin CCross Counrry, Boslserboll, Troclsbg Morls Mi-
cheolion Clioorboll, Boslsefboll, Troclsl, Joson Rosle
CSoccerD, were rhe five eligible for rhe scholorship.
John l-loll, offer nor rerurning ro Follbrools, lefr only
four ro compere.
Ar rhe end of rheir Senior yeor, one of rhe four
will be choosen for o 51,500 scholorshio. They ore
eyoluored on indiyiduol orhleric ochievemenrs,
ocodemics, cirizenship, ond enrhusiosm.
This oword wos esroblished in rhe memory of
Sorlsis Sponjion, o freshmon wresrler, ond ASB por-
riciponr, who wos leilled in o cor occidenr in 1976
during his freshmon yeor.
1Leftl Mark Michaelian takes a shot while Jason
Martin tries to block it during a game of one-on-
fUpper Rightl Ty Barksdale practices his swing
with the pitching machine.
QLower Leftl Working on his ball control, Jason
Rusk dribbles the soccer ball down the field.
Sophomores Cl-Co 119
Carl Cauirress Jr,
120 Sophomores Co-El
When freshmen firsr orrived or school rhev
vvere impressed vvirh rhe cofererio food, rnoinly
oecouse of rhe choices, ond foirly good rosie.
The oig guesrion or lunch used ro oe does ir
rosie good? Novv sorne srudenrs go furrher ro
osls is ir nurririous? Mrs. Millie Moggord, rhe
ROP. reocher in rhe cofererio, sold "rhe food is
ooour rhe some os fosr food oloces. They use
1002 beef ond so do we." She olso comrnenrf
ed on hovv oll the food is mode from scrorch
ond is ooleed fresh doily. Alrhough rhe foor
rosres good, ir's looded wirh colories"
For rhose vvho needed ro vvorch rheir vveighr
rhere vvos o solod oor ond rhe A lo Corre srond
hod mony Iovv colorie rhings ro eor, such os nur
cups, yogurr ond fruir.
The cofererio served 1100 srudenrs o doy, nor
including foculry. Over 400 coolsies ore mode
eoch dov, ond ooour 300 pounds of french fries
ore goooled uo lr's ornozing rhor rhis school
doesn'r need o vveighr-loss cenrer for rhe oeo'
ole vvho olndosr live in rhe cofererio.
Baldomero Calvillo eats lunch with senior
Sophomores Em-Fi 121
Tammy "A' Heirrimgronu
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Fallbrools Hlgh srudenrs had rhe opporrunlry
ro enroll In rwo dlfferenr Regional Occuparlonal
program CROPJ classes.
One, raughr by Mrs. Kay Micls, was dara
enrry, where srudenrs had a chance ro learn
how ro use rhe schools new IBM cornpurer
sysrem. "I feel ROP. Is preparing me for rhe
world of cornpurers. I now feel I can compete
for jobs using rhese slslllsf' srared Sophomore
The orher area Includes classes raughr by
Mrs. Millie Maggard and Mr. Ken Mumford.
These classes reach rhe srudenr resrauranr man-
agemenr and prepararlon of fasr food,
All rhe classes help rhe srudenrs ger a head
srarr on furure careers.
QTopJ Nathan Lee tries his hand at word pro-
fBottomJ Hard at work in Data Entry, Michelle
Whedon types her assignment.
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lr's ood enough vvorrying aoour grades, par-
enrs, appearance, and daring, our ro rhinls
aoour rhe dread of passing rhe driving resr and
gerring a car is enough ro give any sophomore
a headache. "liusr hope I pass rhe resrf' com'
menred Melissa lkirrer. This is a common re-
sponse of many sophomores oecause of rhe
high rare ol' failure.
Mosr sophomores envy orhers vvirh cars, oe-
cause rhey have rhor chance ro escape from
rhe campus for lunch. Orhers despise rhe daily
ous ride ro and from school. When asl-:ed why
she vvonred her license, Tricia Shores replied,
H50 l canjusr leave and go anyvvhere. Really,
so l don'r have ro oe raxied around."
Fallorools has a vvell rounded driving proe
gram which helps ro prepare rhe srudenrs for
rhe acrual driving resr, lr includes everyrhing
from vvrirren educarion ro acrual behind rhe
After a rainy day at school, Ty Barksdale and
Stephanie Palmer prepare to take off for a
fast and wet ride home.
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This veor rhere vvos o vorierv of soubnds one
could lisren ro. A fomilior sound rhor vgostlofren
heord or lunch rime vvos soul music. Aggroup of
srudenrs, which included Anrhony McCIinron
ond friend Gory Nelson, could usuolly oe found
doncing ond enjoying rheir music neor rhe froni
of rhe gym. When oslsed vvhy rhey choose This
music over orhers, Anrhony ond Gory replied,
"lr is on energizing oeor rhor's eosy ro donce
In o survey rolsen by sophomores rhe popu-
lor soul groups vvere Run-DMC, For Boys ond
ZAPP. The iovorire rodio srorion vvos 92.5 FM
oecouse ir ploys mosrly soul music.
Anorher populor sound is rhor of rhe new
rocls, which con'r reolly oe coregorized oecouse
of oll rhe voriorions. There's reggoe, punls, nevv
romonric ond slso. When oslsed oooui rhe music
she lisrens ro, sophomore, Dono Mills replied,
"lr's o nevv vvove funlsy oeorf'
The new sounds of such groups os Generol
Puolic, Modonno, ond rhe olvvoys populor Po-
lice, hove oroughr nevv meoning ro rhe music
vvorld. These sounds could be lisrened ro on rhe
ever populor 91X, which ploys o good voriery
for rodoy's lisreners,
Anthony McClinton spends his break from
class dancing to his favorite tunes.
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When we rolls abour simularors no one is
really roo sure vvhar rhey are. Acrualiy, rhey
are like a big screened video game Thor is very
challenging, Everyone vvanrs ro play rhe game
vvhile learning driving slsills or rhe some rime.
Simularors are iusr one of rhe rhings ro go
rhrough ro ger your license, bur ir is rhe mosr
fun! "I was having a good rime bur, or rhe some
rime l was learning rechniaues on driving" exf
ploined Srephanie Perez.
Driving simulators involved sirring in a lirrle car
sear vvirh all rhe fronr panels of a real car. Srue
de-nrs vvarched a big screen reievision vvirh a
movie of a moving road and acted as if rhey
were driving, The simularors raughr hovv ro use
all rhe insrrumenrs in a car and hovv ro drive in
rraffic siruorions vvirhour being on rhe road.
Afrer going rhrough a session, a machine in rhe
bacls adds up all rhe misralses made by each
person. The simularors were raughr by Mr. Dun-
bar. He arranged sessions with groups of abour
fifreen people, Afrer complering a rvvo hour
session, rhey were ready ro go on ro behind rhe
Sophomores Jennifer Jann, Stephanie Perez,
Hydee Schiller, and Tricia Shores concentrat-
ed on finishing their session of simulators.
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Whor do you do if you're preghohr? Whor if
you hove ohorexio? To whom do you rurh if
your porehrs ore gerrihg divorced? Mohy sru-
dehrs hoye ofreh rolseh drosrrc ocrlohs wheh ih
ohe of rhese siruorlohs. Thor ls why o peer couh-
sehhg progrorh yyos srorred or Follbrools High,
Ir pegoh durrhg rhe srudehrs Sophomore
yeor, Srudehrs ehrolled rs Mr. Tom Fogorrys
peer couhselrhg doss where rhey Ieorhed com-
muhrcorroh, peer leodershrp, couhselihg, ded-
sroh rho!-zrhg ohd srudred suhsrohces whrch ore
widely opused. They olso vyehr oh rerreors
where rhere were speolsers oh ohorexro ohd
surode ohd serhlhors oh srress VTWOOOQGVWSOV,
self-rhoge, ohd porehr ohd peer corhrhuhlco-
The Course, which losred o SGVYTQSVGV, rools
rhe ploce of Sodol Srudies 10, Ar rhe ehd of rhe
course, srudehrs orrehded o weelsehd of SGVTW
hors ohd were 'lGroduored" from rhe course.
Frorh rhere rhey VTTOUG rhe dedsioh wherher ro
pecorhe cerrifred or hor. JuhrorDehh1s Ahdersoh
become cerrifred oecouse he feir "compelled ro
help orher people."
Accordihg ro Sophomore Eye Dolsoyrrch, o
peer couhselor rs NSOVWGGOG who shows you
your olrerhorryes ohd Iers you FTWOISG rhe righr
dedsioh for you, hor whor ls rlghr for me or for
rhe odyrser. A peer COUVWSGNOV ls o Msreher hor o
dedsioh rholser We rry ro ger your rrue feelrhgs
our opour your siruorioh so you coh choose rhe
rrghr olrerhoriye occordrhg ro your feelrhgsf'
Listening to Mr. Fogarty during peer counsel-
ing class are sophomores Jeff Milton and
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Gff To The Slopes
Even before rhe firsr snovv fell, sophomores
hod rheir slsis our ond reody ro go When rhe
firsr snovv did iinolly Corne, rhe roce ro rhe slopes
The osdol fovorire modnroins vvere Big Beor
ond Monwmorh. Monwrnorh did hove oerrer
snovv ond more chollenging runs, our if rhe eighr
hour drive didn'r soond oppeoling, ion could oe
found locollv or Big Beor
Slsiing vvos srill one of rhe rnosr expensive
sporrs of oll, A one doy lifr riclser vvos dsdolly
ooodr 520, When sroving for rnore rhon one
doy vvos when rhe cosr rose. A vveelsend could
hove cosr up ro 5400, Bur rhe fdn rhor vvos hod
vvos well vvorrh rhe Cosrl
fTop leftl Hot off the slopes, Scotty Barrick,
Bill Dunckel, Thomas J. Flynn, Doug
McQueen, and Craig Puckett, bare it all in a
lleftj Scotty Barrick tears it up in Brianhead,
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Freshmen showed rheir srrengrh by Ierring
rhe upperclossmen Isnow rhey vveren'f your
overoge freshmen cidss. 'xl rhinls our doss hos ci
lor of porenriol ond if we sricls rogerher vve'iI oe
rhe best freshmen closs ever," soid Treosurer
"Soar ro Vicrory" vvos rhe homecoming
fheme ond vicfory vvos vvhdr rhe freshmen
dchieved os rheir floor roois firsf ploce in fhe floor
comperirion. HI rhinis our floor wos rhe oesr
freshmen floor ever mode ond I hope vve cdn
dlso win firsr pldce nexr yeor," soid Vice-Presi
denr Kim Beosroii.
The floor vvirh coiorful poneis ond d very
creorive ided dsrounded fhe orher cidsses, com-
ing from rhe inexperienced freshmen. x'The
oufsronding freshmen cioss floor vvos jusr one
exomple of rhe freshmen closs officers obiliry ro
ger more srudenrs invoived on fheir floor rhdn
ony group of frosh officers in recenr yedrsf' soid
Acfiviries Direcfor Bob Burron.
The freshmen cioss officers were Presidenf
Marr Murphy, Viceepresidenr Kim Beosrdii, Treo'
surer Liid Hdiiocis, ond Secrerory Jennifer Buffs.
Freshmen officers: Vice-president, Kim Beas-
tallg secretary, Jennifer Buttsg treasurer, Lila
Hallockg president, Matt Murphy.
Freshmen Be-Br 135
Freshmonl Mony differenr rhoughrs ore
oroughr ro mind when rhe word l'Freshmon" is
heord. Upper clossmen rended ro rhinls of rhem
os smoll, inmorure, ond unimporronr people.
Bur rhese Freshmon were soon rhe upper closs
rhemselyes. Do Freshmen hove rhings rhey loolx
forword ro in high school? Did rhey hoye ser
ideos for whor they rhoughr rheir yeor would
Julie Longe expecred ro meer differenr peoe
ple ond new ond exciring boys.
"l om loolsing forword ro groduoring ond
gerring our of school," soys Dee Ann Pseo.
Jim Myers is loolsing forword ro being o sen-
ior. 'Being o senior is ro be powerful ond ro be
respecred by orhersf'
Freshmon do hove dreoms of whor they
would lilse ro occomplish or whor would be
speciol ro rhem in high school.
Remember rhe Freshmen closs is the furure
senior closs. Their ideols now will chonge greorly
perween now ond rhen. They will grow up os
oll Freshmen closses hove.
David Jefferies bounds up the stairs to get to
his next class.
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Freshman Ca Da 137
138 Freshmen Da-Fr
A new closs wos odded ond os rime wenr
on ir grew in populorlry. i'There seemed ro
oe o lor of inreresr in o donce closs," com-
menred PE. reocher Korhy Yoncey. The
donce closs oimed ro help everyone in oll
levels of donce ond in oll rypes of donce such
os jozz ond modern,
"l rhoughr ir would be inreresring ro see
whor leind of donce we would leorn," sold
Jennifer Riese, freshmon. The donce closs
wos offered os on opporruniry ro fulfill rhe
fine orrs reguiremenr or for PE. credir. Furure
olons for rhe donce closs is ro hove o pere
forming donce group.
CLeftJ Tracy McCusker and Kristina Hand
work on a dance move while Jennifer
Riese watches on.
IAboveJ Concentrating on the dance rou-
tine freshmen Kelly Gonzales and Stacy
Mudd listen to the beat.
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Bock in block
Once again ine signrs and sounds of nard rocls
were greorly eyidenr across ine campus. Al
rnougn if sounded rl'we same as ir did in me lore
sixries, il was called "Heavy Meralf' Along wifn
rne new name came ine new lool-1. Heavy
meralers proudly wore olacls snirrs wirn rne Io-
gos of rneir fayorire bands Long noir and spilsed
wrisf bands were also popular.
New album releases during ine lasr few
years nelped oring oacls nord rocls. lXarr's Our of
rhe Cellar and Morley Crue's Snour or rne Devil
were rwo of rne mosr influenfiol. Wnen aslsed
wny ne lisrened ro Heavy meral, Psiclsy Morgan
replied, "lf's ine only music around rnese days
wirn any energy in ir."
ln a poll rolsen among Heavy meralers, flair
was by far rne mosr popular. Morley Crue and
Judas Priesf followed in populariry.
By rne lools of rnings, neayy meral will be
around for a long rime, Wirn irs powerful sound,
followers will oe defending rne fairn for years ro
Heavy metaler Ricky Morgan shows his sup-
port for Van Halen, his favorite group.
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'XII vvos o greor rrip. Everyone nod o good
fime ond rne sisiing vvos perfecrf' soid Fresnmen
Andy Woilser, referring fo Young Life's onnuol
sisi rrip ro Brionneod, Uron Eignry isids vvenf
oiong for four doys of sisiing. During ine yeor,
Young Life members oiso vvenr on soiiing rrips
ond TO vorious summer comps,
Young Life, o Cnrisrion orienred Club for
reens, nod vveelely gerrogerners or o differenr
club members nouse eocn vveeis. Ar fne meer-
ings, everyone porricipored in sucn ocfivifies os
singing, pioying gomes, ond Iisfening ro speois-
ers, Young Life vvos direcred oy Dono ond Penni
Johnson, Angie Guerrero, ond Kevin Mudd.
Dono expressed, UI om excired obour ine fre-
mendous grovvrn ond populorify of Young Life.
We've gor o rerrific ouncn of isids neref'
Listening intently to the evening's guest
speaker, the Young Life club anxiously awaits
the slides taken during the ski trip.
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Ar rhe firsr few dances, ir was easy ro picls our
rhe freshmen. They were rhe ones srandlng in a
group of rwo or more, Afraid ro asls someone
ro dance or ro even dance rhemselvesr They
were insecure and mayoe had a complex
aoour rhe way rhey danced, Perhaps rhey
rhoughr rhe dances were differenr here ihan ar
rheir orher school. Bur soon rhey were our on
rhe dance floor and being crazy wirh everyone
Since freshmen cannor drive and are usually
nor allowed ro dare, a Friday nighr dance was o
good way ro ger away from pressures of home
life. This gave freshmen a chance ro meer and
socialize wirh rheir classmares and upper-class
men. 'll rhinls ihe dances are really fun excepr
rhey need more slow dances," said Jennifer
Burrs. 'll lilse ro go ro dances oecause rhey play
good music," said Mindy Wells.
Many freshmen dance to the sounds of Party
Sounds after the basketball game.
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osk her for o dore, she noriced rhor his Toughse
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soeciol 3199 shoes were unried. The dore vvos
ser for Fridoy nighr,
Fridoy nighr he srumoled up ro her door in his
nevv ooir of Toughskins. Afrer he mer her por-
enrs rhey lefr for dinner or Chucky Cheeses.
They vvoired for iheir food in nervous silence. lr
vvos momenrs like rhis rhor mode freshmen,
such os Andy Wolker, feor rhor Holder oeoole,
like seniors, were looking or me." Afrer dinner
rhey enjoyed on evening vvirh Bambi or rhe
ivlonn Theorer Airer rhe movie rhey vvenr
srroighr home, no derours, no flor rires,
As rhey vvoired or her door, he vvioed his
svveory oolms on his Toughskins when she be-
gon ro feel nouseous ond ron inside ro sofery,
Mommy, Doddy, ond her Cooooge Porch doll.
Lefr on rhe doorsreo, eyes closed, lips puckered,
he felr rhe conclusion of rhis dore vvos missing
Matt Murphy, grinning devilishly, helps an
anonymous pair of legs CBrooke Shields? Kim
Alexis? Jennifer Beales? Christie Brinkley?J
out of his limosine.
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school? Were rhey our on rhe playing field, ar
home srudying, or crammed inside rheir locker?
If ir vvasn'r one of rhose choices, chances are
one could have found a grear number of fresh-
men OT rhe nevvesf hor spor in rovvn. They
were engaged in a cosmic space oarrle vvirh
green slimy creafures from anorher galaxy, or
vvieldling a long slsinny cuesficlf baffling ir our
vvirh friends or rhe pool rabies, or even slashing
ar a golden dragon ro save a peauriful princess,
ar The Enchanred Casrle, a popular arcade in
There were many reasons vvhy freshman
vvenr ro fhe arcade, Juan Lopez said he goes
rhere ro have fun and meer friends. When
aslsed vvhar his favorire game vvas, Juan ree
plied, UI lilse Cenripede, cause if has a lof of
acrionl" Erils Cuellar goes rhere ro "l-lang our
vvirh rhe homeooysf' He said ir's a cool place ro
meer afrer school. When aslsed abour his favor-
ire game, Erils ansvvered, "I don'r play fhe
games, liusr vvanr ro have fun."
Wharever rhe reason, vvherher playing a fa-
vorire game, hanging our vvirh good friends, or
iusr having fun, rhe Enchanred Casrle was a cool
place ro oe afrereschool.
What lies beyond this door for unsuspecting
freshmen afterschool . . .
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orools ih 19oo?
Whai did rhe freshmah ciass of '88 do in 19841
rhar ao orher freshmah class had dohe?
Whar was rhe faaroall ream's siogah for rheir
Who coached rhe Mohrreai Expos AA, Farm
Team durihg rhe summer ih 1984?
This rrivia is hor oarr of rhe game Trivial Pur-
suir, our ir is a parr of FUH5 rrivia. Ahd ohe day
rhey may malee ir oh a game Card, Ohe of the
poouiar oassrimes for mahy was rhe game of
Triviai Pursuir. This game Cah oe very frusrrarihg
ro oiay ar firsr, sihce mosr of us were har old
ehough ro ishow whar haooehed ih rhe world
reh years ago. Sophomore March Rico agreed,
HAI firsr, 1 didh'r Ishow ahy of rhe ariswers, our
iarer oh rhere were some rhar i Could answer."
There are several ediriohs of rhe game, varye
ihg from soorrs ro movies, Triviai Pursuir wili ai-
ways oe a challehgihg ahd ihreresrihg game, Ui
aiways Ieam samerhihg hew when I play ir."
said Laurie Trujiiio. Ir is a good idea ro oiay vvirh
oeooie who are oider, and aiso wiih a ior of
oeooie ih order to iseeo ir movihg aiohg,
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Stephanie Palmer, DdlWU'IQgqQfal2,Qand
Trujillo play Trivial Pursuit. E7
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Glightb Tomahawk staff writer, Debbie Smith
finishes graphing a story for the upcoming pa-
per, as Pat Manning, sits contemplating his
own feature. '
fBelowJ FFA members, Doug Myers, Ray Zum-
walt, and Ronice Lange talk together in ag
IOppositeJ Busily arranging her layout for a
fast approaching deadline, Jill Tippit looks
through a group of pictures in yearbook.
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off K I'
C.S.F. broke its tradition of holding the
auction in the school cafeteria and in-
stead opted forthe Grand Tradition. The
venture literally paid off with the gross
profits from the auction totaling approxi-
mately S2,500. "lt was the most success-
ful auction we've ever had," said C.S.F.
President Nan Burton. As a result, senior
honorary life members of C.S.F. received
The Warriorheads also continued their
traditional ski trip to Mammoth. About for-
ty-two lucky students f1O0!o of the classh
were chosen to be Warriroheads. Not
only was GPA a determining factor, but
school involvement in athletics, service,
and extracurricular activities were also
recognized. The Warriorheads donated
S100 to the La Paz Children's Clinic and
maintained the trophy case.
The Warriors for Christ conducted a
canned food drive at Thanksgiving and
sang Christmas carols at two convales-
cent homes. Speakers that helped stu-
dents with problems of adolescence were
frequent guests at the Warriors for Christ
meetings. Meetings were held both at
school during nutrition and at members'
homes, usually on Friday nights. Presi-
dent Leigh Ann Eliot said that "member-
ship fluctuated, but there was almost al-
ways a pretty good turn out."
Membership in the AFS club consisted
of Fallbrook High students as well as stu-
dents from other countries. Mikko Hyppa
came to America on the AFS exchange
program and stayed with junior Jay San-
ford's family. AFS made Mikko feel at
home especially because they paid for
his lunches, yearbook, and received a
card to get in free to all school activities.
The AFS club went to a Greek restaurant
and to Los Angeles.
COpposite Topj Warriorheads: FRONT
ROW: Richie Hulit, Megan Williams,
Tammy Larsen, David Landes. ROW TWO:
Carl Streicher, Lee Rysewyk, Mike Dalton,
Peri Stubbs, Jean Buffington, Kelly Chap-
man, Lisa Lawrence, Mrs. Hartford, Laurie
Haven, Lara Shisler, Melissa Wells, Kerri
Beckham, Renae Dowling, Charles Hart-
ford, Luke Salerno, Brad Noon. ROW
THREE: Kevin McDonald, Angela Cle-
ments, Marlyn Berglund, Heidi Hafer-
kamp, Steve Rolin, Sean Hickey. ROW
FOUR: Karen Spaeth, Debbie Denton, Mer-
edith Brown, Doug Myers, Erin Miller.
ROW FIVE: Clark Highstreet, Shauna
Cowan, Anne Miller, Tom Hickey, Brett
Abshire. NOT PICTURED: Lori Dunbar,
Carrie East, Liz Opean, and Heidi Schuler.
fOpposite Middle! Warriors for Christ:
FRONT ROW: Cindy Moers, Julie Sisel,
Anne Gilmore, Lisa Bowman, Cammy East,
Leigh Ann Elliot, Kathy Guisto, Wayne Ca-
meron, Gary Hall. ROW TWO: Dana Urner,
Robin Padretti, Karyn Urner, Luis DiFazio,
Lara Bowman, Pete Farrel, Scott Vanyo,
Eric Gallery, Matt Freedman, Mike Pope,
Jim Harrison. f0pposite Bottoml Ameri-
can Field Students: FRONT ROW: Mikko
Vaananen, Jean Lionel Carrere, Becky
Barron, Wendy Senturier, Amy Chicillo,
Monica Pechin, Roni Dunn, Ed Allen. TOP
ROW: Mikko Hyppa, Anna Norden, Maulin
Leander, Bob Toomire, Ana Barcelo, Tamy
Brown, Margaret Jones, Jim Harrison,
Mike Pope. QTopJ CSF officers and advisor:
FRONT ROW: Stacy Peterman and Melissa
Donnelly. TOP ROW: Steve Rolin, Mrs.
Stenlund, and Nan Burton. fLeftJ Luke Sa-
lerno, Sean Hicky, Tim Bush, and Doug
Myers load their gear into the bus for the
Warriorhead ski trip to Mammoth.
The Girls League was one of the main
sources of spirit that Fallbrook has been
recognized for. Under the leadership of
Mrs. Mick, Mrs. Santos, Mrs. Poznanter,
and president Laurie Haven, they were
responsible for four major events. They
organized the Spirit Breakfast during
Homecoming week, the Christmas dance,
Sadie Hawkins dance and the Mother-
Daughter Tea and Fashion Show at the
end of the year. The girls painted posters
to spread the news about each of these
happenings. The club retained well over
100 members, all ready to capture and
spread spirit throughout the year.
The Pep Club was another spirit orient-
ed organization. They supported all the
teams by painting posters and going to
each game to cheer with the cheer-
leaders. They had fundraisers which al-
lowed them to go to Disneyland. Presi-
dent Holly Rea stated, "This years club
was the most spirited we have ever had. I
feel that it is something to get involved
Pep Club: back row: Mrs. Woody, Mike Ried,
Julie Grahek, Monica Pechin, Lee Hendrix,
Karen Knox, Craig Martin, Barbara Everhart,
Julie Smith, Debra Devoid, Chemene Poling,
Lorena Harris. Front Row: Jennifer Jolly,
Kristi Davidson, Lori Shirley, Holly Rea,
Venessa Canchola, Lori Buckley.
Girls League: front row: Sheila Roggow, Tiff
Harrison, Renae Dowling, Lolo Bacon, Lor
Haynes, Kathy Trujillo, Brandi Glotfelty. Mid-
dle Row: Laurie Haven, Karen Turley, Lori
Dunbar, Kim Howell, Amy Chicclo, Tiu Loigu,
Kerri Beckham, Vikki Kuchinsky, Kristen
Oates, Janine Heckel, Holly Vanderlaan,
Torri Hreha, Erin Miller. Back Row: Kim Don-
art, Maria Anasis, Mindy Wells, Emma Law-
son, Tammy Busemi, Stephanie Pollard,
Christi Gonzoles, Karen Phillips, Eve Daca-
vich, Holly Hogarth, Laura Shisler, Rain
fAbove Righty As Rusty Shepard and his date
enter the Christmas dance seniors Iwrau- -
ijitflo and ganel Meets take their tickets while
Lori Bacon looks on.
lBelow Rightj Laurie Haven, the president of
Girls League is seen here with vice president
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To your health
The Health Club is a club for any stu-
dent interested in any phases of health.
At Fallbrook many students have inter-
ests in physical therapy and work with
handi-capped children. The club helps
students to prepare for health fields and
even has its own scholarship program.
The scholarship is offered to seniors and
money raised from carnation sales goes
into this fund.
The health club also organizes the
Blood Bank twice a year and the Jump
Flope for Heart.
The Key Club as senior Tom DuMont
put it "is a service organization to help
the communityf' The club raises money
to contribute to handi-capped children
and many other needy organizations.
Many students like to join the Key club
because it is highly looked upon by col-
leges. Sophomore Donna Crosson said
"I really enjoy helping the community,
besides it's a damn good thing to put on
The FHA-HERO is a club that focuses
on personal growth, career exploration
and preparation, social and recreational
activities. lt prides itself on being the
largest secondary student organization in
the United States. Sophomore Cherly
Simmons said "l think FHA has helped
me to grow personally and realize more
of my potential."
F.H.A. Club Row one: Nancy Betancourt, An-
nette Almanza, Dorothy Tester, Tonya Van
Gorder. Row two: Kim Blanc, Diane Wibrew,
Angels Magdaleno. Row three: Lori Cherry,
Stephanie Morrison, Pauline Almanza. Row
four: Cheryl Simmons, Joe Turner.
tBelowJ F.H.A. Club officers: Diane Wibrew,
Annette Almanza, Cherly Simmons, Lori
Cherry, Nancy Betancourt, Kim Blanc.
fOpposite topl Kim Egdmond, Ms. Vickery,
and Tracy Basore show their pride while spon-
soring the Blood Bank.
fAcross topj Kim Blanc and club advisor Betty
Hall ofthe F.H.A. Club go over some records.
tOpposite bottomj Key Club members: Janel
Gustafson, Rusty Shepard, Mark Kinsey, Mi-
chael Betancourt, Doug Myers, Greg Geisen,
Steve Rolin, Amy Chiccilo. Edward James,
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fRightJ Art and craft guild. Back row:
Vanessa Star, Daniele Verdon, Julie Col-
lins, Jon Jung, Mrs. Dorothy Hartford, Jeff
Aafedt, Brent Anderson. Second row: Xa-
vier Russell, Heidi Durbin, Peter Bri-
biesca, Scott Vanyo. Front row: Sharri
Johnson, Louisi Economides, Ana Hamil-
ton, Simmi Milligan, Gilbert Barron and
1BelowJ Mr. Frost, Tony Suraci, Lisa Don-
nabella and Lisa Lawrence have fun while
rehearsing Sweeny Todd.
lOpposite topj Tony Suraci reading a
lOpposite bottomj Gilbert Barron casually
sketches a picture.
fOpposite bottom, rightj Drama club, top
row: Holly Rea, Ryan Edwards, Angie
Spiegl, Robin Pedretti, Matt Murphy, Meri-
dith Brown, Trisha Cole. Middle: Barbie
Trout, Bridget Bair, Rebeccah Creech, Ha-
ven Smith. Bottom row: Michele Boyd, Phil
Anthony, Krista Behar, Jolena Voorhis, Ju-
lie Collins, Georgia Doran, and Darren
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The drama club was especially active this
year. Under the guidance of Mr. Gary
Frost, they performed many unique plays.
A total of sixty students acted in the play
"Turningpoint," which was sold Tout every
night. "lt was a lot of fun and gave us all a
chance to become more involved in the pro-
duction" said senior Kerri Beckham. An-
other original play the club performed in
March was the victorian meledrama
g'Sweeny Todd." Tony Suraci and Meridith
Brown were the main characters in the
Mr. Gary Frost was a foreign exchange
teacher who came from England, where
Ms. Villane was teaching for the year. "I
think Mr. Frost has contributed a great
deal to the drama department" commented
senior Holly Rae. "The kids are a lot of fun
and very hard working" said Mr. Frost. Al-
though he likes it here, he is excited to go
The art and craft guild, another very ar-
tistic group was hard at work this year.
With Mrs. Hartford as advisor the club had
many activities planned. One of the biggest
activities was the spring art show, which
was incorporated with the Renaissance
Faire. in April. All of the arts, performing
and visual. were present. The club sold
many of their projects in booths at the Faire
to raise money for a field trip to visit art
museums in Los Angeles. The club officers
were Tanya Geiger, President: Louise
Economidesg Vice President. Gilbert Bar-
ron, Secretaryg and Brent Andersong trea-
Art, Drama l6l
Communication was the keyto two little
recognized organizations on this campus:
KOPA, the annual literary magazine and
the T.V. Tech Club which was responsible
for capturing many events on film.
KOPA was a literary magazine that
published students' poems, short stories,
prose, plays, music, artwork, and photog-
raphy. Janel Gustafson, Editor-in-Chief,
was responsible for organizing, publiciz-
ing, and raising funds for the magazine.
Janel stated, "l've learned how much
work goes into a publication, especially
one of this quality. l also think that stu-
dents who submit their work gain self-es-
teem by being published." Tom Hickey
served as Art Editor and was in charge of
all artwork and photography.
T.V. Tech Club members learned to
work television cameras and recorders.
They were responsible for taping many of
the sports here on campus so the teams
would be able to review the films after-
wards. Club members also did repairs on
various appliances and accepted dona-
tions for their work. With the money they
raised, they purchased a modem for T.V.
Teoh's computer. Mr. Schattschneider,
the club's advisor, said, "The club gives
an opportunity to all those people inter-
ested in television production to learn
how to work the cameras and recorders."
lTopD KOPA Staff: fstandingl Janel Gustafson,
Cindi Sullivan, Amy Thomas, Jennifer Hop-
good, Dan Gluesankamp, Phil Tiso, Vanessa
Star, Louise Economides, Araceli Loya, Tanya
Whiting, Tanya Van Gorder, Sandie Ruxenas,
John Sagers, Dennis Anderson, Julie Longton,
Joanna Berry, Dorene De la Garza, Mrs. Joyce
Esbensen, Qsittingj Rob Crafts, Jim Yoon,
Cheryl Simmons, Tanya Tomaskevitch, Vicky
Andrus, Nan Burton, Susan Ervin, Lori Jones,
Darcy Harrison, Teresa Domanski, Kelly De-
Preker, Chris Ziegler, Jason Frummet, Gail
Higson, Tom Hickey, Stacy Peterman, Jeani
Harris, Amy Cicchilo, and Julie Collins.
lLeftJ Tom Hickey works on an illustration for
KOPA during another class.
fRightJ Editor-in-Cheif, Janel Gustafson
works in the library on KOPA.
l0pposite top leftj During T.V. Tech, John
Welburn programs the computer.
fOpposite top right, Neal Anderson works the
camera during a video taping of the morning
fOpposite bottomj T.V. Tech Club: fback rowj
Mr. Schattschneider, Ansel Vansandt, Ignacio
Martin, John Welburn, Travis Holland, Pete
Loftus, John Adams, lfront row, Louis Defa-
zio, John White, Neal Anderson, Chris Tack-
itt, and Karl Hagen.
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Yearbook Staff - top row, Tom Dumont,
Cathy Moline, Holly Vanderlaan, Erin Miller,
Nicole Jann, Kathy Trujillo. Second row -
Jean Buffington, Anne Miller, Pauli Mora-
marco, Betty Rodrigues, Tanya Geiger, Lori
Mick. Third row - Carrie East, Lori Dunbar,
Liz Opean, Angela Clements, Debbie Denton,
Anna Norden. Bottom row - Tammy Larsen,
Arren Casteel, Tim Hauck, Erik Meister. Not
Pictured: Lori Bacon, and Dawn Boyd.
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lBottomi Figuring out the best way for the
pictures to be layed out, Mr. Hauck, the advi-
sor, helps Lori Haynes while ,Kathy Trujillo
waits to ask him a question. V
Joe Casual: "Hey relax, we still have three
weeks until our layouts are due!"
Stacy Studious: "Well I'm going to start
working on mine today."
A Week Later:
Joe Casual: "Do you know who the sopho-
more class officers are? That's what my
article is on and I was wondering if you
could help me find them?
Stacy Studious: "Well I think you could go
talk to Mr. Burton to find out, but I'm much
too busy, my picture for the Baseball
team is scheduled in five minutes."
Another Week Later:
Stacy Studious: "Can I borrow your ruler
so I can finish the last measurements on
Joe Casual: "Sure, why not? I won't be
needing it for another few days anyway."
Three Days Before the Deadline:
Stacy Studious: "Here's my layout Mr.
Hauck, I'm all finished!"
Mr. Hauck: "Great Stacy, you're the first
Joe Casual: "Stacy since your finished,
how about helping me alittle with my lay-
Stacy Studious: "Well, l guess I Could do a
little typing for you."
Two Days Before the Deadline:
Joe Casual: "Stacy, could you show me
the measurements for the layout?"
Stacy Studious: "Okay I could help you,
but only during fourth period, I have a
lunch date with Barry Bookworm."
The Day of the Deadline:
Joe Casual: "Gosh, if I don't finish typing
all these names, l'm going to be here until
9:00 tonight. lwish I had some help! Khint,
Stacy Studious: "Sorry Joe, I don't have
time today, I have a lunch date at 12: 15, a
dentist appointment at 2:00, My mom's
taking me shopping after that and at 7:30,
l'm meeting all my friends for a movie."
Joe Casual: "Gee Whiz! next time l'm go-
ing to do my article on time like you Stacy,
so I can have fun too!"
lOpposite lefti Tired from working hard on an
article, Angela Clemments takes a break.
lOpposite rightj Lori Bacon, Erin Miller, and
Lori Haynes work hard to finish their layouts
to meet their deadline.
lTopi As Liz Opean sorts through mug shots of
students, Anne Miller contemplates an idea
for her layout.
QCenteri The Editor of the Yearbook, Debbie
Denton, shows her dedication by staying late
after school to finish up last minute details.
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As the school year began, the Toma-
hawk was faced with the challenge of a
new staff and a new advisor, Mrs. Critch-
ley. "Last year's staff was mostly sen-
iors, so we had to start all over again,"
commented Jolena Voorhis. The first cou-
ple of weeks the staff joined together to
inform the school on the issues like the
visitation of Secretary Bell and Mayor
The Tomahawk was also faced with the
numerous deadlines to get the paper out
at least every month. Each staff member
was assigned two stories to turn in. The
first story was due in one week, graphed
and typed. The second story was due lat-
er on for a grade. The paper had to be
sent out by 5 o'clock to be distributed on
time. The staff was faced with many ob-
stacles tolget the paper out on time, inter-
views were uncompleted or pictures not
lOpposite Bottom Leftl Araceli Loya proof-
reads her story before she types the final
fOpposite Bottom Rightj Helping Bridget
Bougher on her article, Georgia Doran
shares her ideas.
tTopl Phil Tiso and Heather Johnson work
together to complete the editorial section
of the 6th issue of the Tomahawk.
Tomahawk staff Row One: Mike Dalton,
John Howland. Row Two: Dennis Ander-
son, Will Davis, advisor Mrs. Betz Critche-
ly, Heather Johnson, Phil Tiso. Row Three:
Susan Ervin, Cheri Hall, Megan Williams,
Lori Dunbar, Bridget Bougher. Row Four:
David Eisman, John Evans, David Landes,
Jolena Voorhis. Georgia Doran. Not pic-
tured: Angela Clements, Paul Gray, Ara-
fBottomJ Working vigorously to beat the
deadline Dennis Anderson and Paul Gray
add the finishing touches on the layout.
The brainy bunch
Every Tuesday morning they met at
6:30 preparing for one event. No, these
were not people training to be Olympic
athletes, but the members of the Aca-
demic Decathlon team. The team original-
ly consisted of nine members, but be-
cause of the unfortunate death of Jerry
Balkom, eight participants finished the
season in the North County Competition.
They studied and rehearsed ten categor-
ies: a four minute impromptu speech, an
interview, a Super Quiz on futurisms, fine
arts, literature, mathematics, social sci-
ence, economics, science, and an essay.
Not only did the participants on the De-
cathlon team benefit intellectually, but
also, as senior Karen Spaeth said,
"Working as a team, we learned from
each other and grew from our shared ex-
periences." Fallbrook placed 13th out of
30 schools competing for the chance of
going to the state championships.
Some of the students who were in-
volved in the Academic Decathlon team
also participated on the Academic team.
The Academic team practiced two
months before their first competition in
the Palomar League. They worked during
lunch and sometimes at night covering
many different subjects. Sandie Fluk-
senas said, "lt was a lot of fun. I found out
how much I knew and didn't know."
fAboveJ The Freshmen Academic team: Laura
Hesser, Zoe Williams, Dan Bogdanski, Judd
Sagers, Andy Gluesenkamp, and Scott Soper.
fMiddlej The members of the J.V. and Varsity
Academic team eagerly await their next ques-
tion from Dennis Anderson.
iBelowJ Pondering over the answer to a tough
question, the whiz kids seek help from Mrs.
iOpposite Topb The Academic Decathlon
team. Top Row: Dan Bogdanski, Karen
Spaeth, Curtis Smith, David Eisman, Arturo
Gonzales, Joyce Esbensen. Front Row: Sandie
Ruksenas, Debbie Denton, Erik Gallery, and
f0pposite Bottomj Varsity and J.V. Academic
Team members. Top Row: John Sagers, Rob
Crafts, Dennis Anderson, John Tomlinson,
Jennifer Hopgood, Amy Cicchillo, Melissa
Donnelly, Caryn Phillips, Joyce Esbensen.
Front Row: Jimmy Yoon, Dan Fisherman, Jay
Sanford, Daniel Gluesenkamp, Melinda Carol,
and Sandie Ruksenas.
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fTopJ Student Council: Top row: Lisa Law-
rence, Kelly Chapman, Angela Clements,
Clark Highstrete, Shauna Cowan, Erin Miller.
Middle row: Lee Rysewyk, Matt Murphy, Peri
Stubbs, Amy Burton, Jean Buffington, Bob
Burton. Bottom row: Charles Hartford, John
Ritter, Ann Miller.
QLeftl Shauna Cowan and Clark Highstrete
take a relaxing break at nutrition.
fllightj Erin and Ann Miller "spark spirit" dur-
ing homecoming week.
17O Student Council
"Year after year the students of
F.U.H.S do a fantastic job of electing stu-
dents to serve as the primary leaders who
act as the student council," commented
Mr. Bob Burton, who has served as ASB
advisor for nineteen years. A good stu-
dent council is very important because
they are responsible for many activities
on campus. They "spark spirit" at the
first day of school program, through
homecoming week, the year long class
competitions and the annual nominating
"The council tries to make fun for ev-
eryone" said class president Jean Buffin-
ton. Each student on the fourteen member
council performed many tasks related to
his or herjob. "Everybody did a greatjob,
they were very reliable and hard work-
ing," commented Ann Miller, council trea-
ln February ASB president Charles
Hartford went to Washington D.C. to par-
ticipate in the United States senate youth
program. Charles applied in September
by writing an essay and current event
questions. The week included meetings
with senators, congressman, cabinet
members and greetings from the presi-
dent and vice president. They also spent
a day in internship for senators and were
invited to sit on the senate floor while it
was in session.
tTopJ President Charles Hartford works hard
in his AP english class.
tBottomJ After hours of work the council hung
the poster with the upcoming year theme.
Student Council 171
Being members of the Future Farmers
of America, the students learned leader-
ship, cooperation, and responsibility.
Leadership was taught by being encour-
aged by ag teacher, Mr. Ftienstra, to get
in and try new things, such as a public
speaking or running for a chapter office.
The Fallbrook chapter has over a hun-
dred members, so it was important for
cooperation between the members.
Cammy East said, "Without cooperation
between the members everything would
of been a disrupted mess."
Every student in the FFA was required
to have a project program to be a member
of the chapter. Such projects taught the
students responsibility by having animals
or plants depending on them. Secretary,
Irma Venegas, said, "Having a swine pro-
ject has taught me responsibility, be-
cause my animals depend on me for food,
water, and exercise.
There is more to the Future Farmers of
America. Steve Ramirez placed 1st high
individual on the Dairy Judging Team.
Stephanie Zumwalt placed 1st in the
creed contest. Over 60 students partici-
pated in the Del Mar Junior Livestock
Fair. They showed their market animals,
which they had fed, watered, and taken
care of for four months. This was one of
the members favorite activities that took
place during the year.
fTopJ Annette Reisinger and Ronice Lange in
the greenhouse examining the plants in prep-
aration for a plant sale.
iMiddleJ The FFA takes a lot of tender loving
care as shown by Doug Myers, Ray Zumwalt,
and Ronice Lange.
lBottomJ Jose Vargas and Anthony Reynoso
work hard on their project above the deck.
lOpposite Lefty On a break from schoolwork,
Ronice Lange takes time to love this baby
fOpposite Rightj Janel Gustafson with great
caution plants this plant that will be sold at a
i0pposite Bottomj Fallbrook FFA Officers
Top row: Tony Cook, Ray Zumwalt, lrma Ven-
egas, John Ritter, Doug Myers. Bottom row:
Carrie East, Janel Gustafson, Annette Rei-
singer, and Cammy East.
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"This has been a very fun and exciting
year. The growth in musical ability has
been phenomenal," stated Madrigal di-
rector Ms. Rebecca Caffarel.
During the Christmas season the Mad-
rigals sang for more than twenty commu-
nity organizations such as the Rotary
Club, Senior Citizens Club, and the Fall-
brook Country Club. They were also
taped by KAVO and KYXY radio stations
which played their music throughout the
holiday season. The annual Christmas
concert, held on December 20th, featured
both the Madrigals and the Concert
Choir. The Madrigals had one very spe-
cial engagement. They sang Christmas
carols aboard the Coast Guard Cutter,
which led the Oceanside Harbor's Pa-
rade of Lights.
Other activities that kept the Madrigals
busy included the annual Thousand Voice
Choir, the Spring Concert which featured
both the Madrigals and Concert Choir,
and an exciting field trip to see the Broad-
way show Cats, in Los Angeles.
The Madrigals, along with the entire
Fine Arts Department had something new
to look forward to in the spring, a Renais-
sance Faire. This was a production much
like Hi-Lifes, that included true traditional
Madrigal songs, Drama skits, dance rou-
tines, and big Broadway production num-
President of Madrigal's, Bridget Bair,
commented on the Madrigals success. "l
think this year went really well. There are
a lot of changes taking place within the
music department, and we're the group
that began it all. There were so many
good times and we had so much fun per-
forming. l am really glad I was a part of
this year's Madrlgals."
fTopD Exuberant smiles radiate the fun and
excitement the Madrigals experience aboard
the Coast Guard Cutter during the Oceanside
Harbor's Parade of Lights.
fMiddleJ With holiday spirit, the Madrigals put
on a perfect performance at the Christmas
QBottomJ Members of the Concert Choir prac-
tice songs for the Spring Concert during
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fTopJ The Madrigals - Erika Hayden, Cheryl
Clay, Tracie Arboneaux, Lori Dunbar, Art
Pina, Kathy Summers, Richie Thompson,
Vickie Barr, Greg Geisen, Bridget Bair, Janet
Munson, Erin Chapman, and Vicky Betts.
fMiddIe Lefty Ms. Rebecca Caffarel directs the
Madrigals during their classroom rehearsal.
fMiddle Rightl Concentrating on one of their
more serious songs, the Madrigals perform in
the Christmas Concert.
fBottomJ Taking a break from singing, the
Madrigals huddle together to keep warm.
Attempting to make spirit higher and to
get more people involved in school activi-
ties three new clubs were introduced.
Athletes who participated in a Varsity
sport once again renewed the Lettermens
Club. The leadership comprised of Brad
Noon, presidentg Chris Martin, vice
president, Joanna Barry, secretaryg St-
cey Peterman, treasurer, and Lee
Rysewyk, sergeant-at-arms, have
worked very hard this year to develop a
successful club. "The varsity club is be-
ing started by a small but dedicated
group of letter winners from F.U.H.S. This
group is hoping to begin a tradition of
school and community service that all
members can be proud of," said club ad-
visor Tim Oder.
Students seeking assistance, and un-
derstanding turned to the Peer Counsel-
ing Club on campus. Peer counseling has
given students the opportunity and en-
couragement to make decisions concern-
ing both family and friends. "I don't know
how I could have dealt with a lot of things
that have happened without their guid-
ance," replied junior Kristen Oates when
askedto givethe accomplishments other
participation in the club.
Another club entered on campus was
the Role Playing Gamers Club created by
Mr. Macy and carried on by the club offi-
cials David Rider, president, James Bar-
nebee, vice president, and Chris Tacitt,
secretary. This club gathers in room 84
every other Thursday to escape reality by
losing themselves in mazes, encountering
monsters, and discovering hidden trea-
sures in games of Dungeons and Drag-
ons. "They are fun games to play, and
more people should become involved!"
said Chris Tacitt.
Role Playing Gamers Club fTopJ front row:
Lee Simerson, Geoff Hazelhurst, Danny Frye,
James Barnabee, David Riden, Chris Calvin,
Chris Tacitt lrow 22 Jose Olivas, Abel Ceran-
tis, Danny Gluesenacamp, Matt Jiminez, Rus-
sel Seitz, Kelly Mudnell, Neal Anderson.
Lettermens Club iOpposite topl front rowg
Rich Fox, Matt Mulligan, Sean Hickey, Brad
Noon, Richard Parris, Nick Yslas, Lee
Rysewyk, Laura Bowman, Lisa Bowman, Sta-
cey Peterman, Diane Metcalf lrow twozj Kelly
DePrecker, Nga Werts, Heather Kroupa, Jo-
anna Barry, Richie Hulit, Mr. Tim Oder, Chris
Martin, Kathy Trujillo, Jon Smith, Tom Hick-
ey, Bret Abshire, Frank Butts, Steve Rolin,
Kevin Gonzales, Curtis Sullivan, Sandy Ste-
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Bergman, Coleen Bartlett, Dennis Anderson,
Shelly Reid, Mr. Brower, Teresa Domanski,
Mike Reid, Chris Zeigler, Erik Johnson, Joe
Readers' Guild QOpposite middlel Tricia Gar-
rigue, Jim Harry, Judd Sagers, Danny Gleu-
sencamp, Danny Fishmen, Erik Johnson, Kris-
tina Costa, Darcee Harrison, Marion Moyer.
iRightj Chris Tacitt thinks over new strate-
goes for the game of Dungeons and Dragons.
Speech Club fOpposite bottom leftl Louise
Economides, Malinda Caroll, Stacey Peter-
man, Darcee Harrison, Angel Graves, Mr. Bog-
danski. QOpposite bottom rightj Ty Barkes-
dale listens carefully to the advice of the Peer
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New Clubs 177
According to Araceli Loya, "The Club
Azteca is much betterthis yearthan it has
been in the past because we have a lot
more members who are enthusiastic and
ready to participate." Miss Loya, Club
Azteca president, and advisor Mr. Arturo
Santoyo found organizing fund raisers to
be quite profitable. Their money making
plans included tamale sales after mass
on Sunday, and also candy and Valentine
gram sales at school. With the money
raised the club members decided to have
some fun. Fun is exactly what they had
when they got aboard an Amtrak train and
rode to Olvera Street in Los Angeles.
They also enjoyed a trip to Chinatown in
The Indian Club, under the supervision
of advisor Mr. Ken Brower and president
Bennae Calac, had a very good year.
They had projects to raise money for the
Sy Dean Scholarship fund. They also had
a booth at the Youth Fair to raise money
for club jackets. According to lvlr. Ken
Brower, "The Indian Club is working hard
to become an important part of Fallbrook
lTopJ Bennae Calac listens to an Indian Club
member during a meeting.
fBottomJ A group of Indian Club members
write down ideas for money making plans.
QOpposite Topl Club Azteca Back row: Raul
Villalobos, Rigoberto Garcia, Augustin
Cortes, Eric Cuellar, Asrencion Villa, Gustavo
Montiel, Raul Rodriquez, Nicolas Dominguez,
Roberto Garcia, Cecilio Miranda Middle row:
Leticia Correa, Maria Talamantes, Teresa Vil-
lareal, Rosario Garcia, Belen Silva, Delia Na-
varro, lselda Gomez, Angeles Magdalene, Ro-
selina Calvillo, Cynthia De La Rosa, Irma Va-
lencia, Nancy Betancourt, Maria Moore, Juana
Escobedo, Rosa Santana, Mr. Arturo Santoyo
Bottom row: Norma Ponce, Gracie Duran,
lndian Club: First row: Wendy Shlater, Denise
Boles, Leihua Santiago, Naomi Boles, Char-
lene Davis Second row: Mark Calac, Bennae
Calac, Pauline Scott, Susan Magee, Jodi Tay-
lor, Leah Calac, Theral Linton Third row: Kyle
Perez, Jimmy Casteel, Dean Brush, Edward
Nordte, Magie Rodriguez, Miguel Bojorquez,
lOpposite bottom rightj Norma Ponce laughs
at a message on a Valentine candy gram while
Graciela Duran looks on.
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With combined efforts, the Spanish and
French clubs were able to collect enough
money in order to provide presents to
needy families during the Christmas sea-
son. "l'm really glad we were able to do
such a nice thing. It gives you a good
feeling to help others," said Gail Higson,
president of the Spanish Club.
Aside from their planned snow party on
Palomar Mountain, the Spanish Club col-
lected some culture while visiting Olvera
Street in Los Angeles.
The French Club saved their money for
the annual dinner at a divine French res-
The Spanish and French Clubs were
the two remaining language organizations
due to the loss of Latin and German.
lAbovel The French club contemplates the up-
coming elections in France.
l0pposite top leftl The Spanish club: Front
Row: Heather Bradford, Gail Higson, Ana Bar-
cilo, Celeste Gonzales, Marilyn Berglund,
Margret Jones. Second Row: Jason Frummet,
Ed Allen, Michelle Molnar, Kim Zudis, Cindy
Sullivan, Jennifer Hopgood. Third Row: Joan-
na Berry, Nga Werts, Rob Crafts, Jimmy Noon,
Amy Stinton, Joanna Bomescan, Mary Lujan.
Fourth Row: Pedro Gonzales, Phill Burke,
John Sagen, Marciano Gonzales, Sandy Ru-
kenes, Tanya Whitting, Monica Pechin, Heidi
Haferkamp, Kelly Barry. Fifth Row: Advisor
Mr. Berglund, Leon Harris.
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fOpposite Bottomj The French club: Front Row:
Kelly DePrecker, Laura Hesser, Karen Spaeth,
Roni Dunn, Amy Cicchillo, Wendy Sienturier,
Mrs. Kvickstad. Second Row: Kristen Hukari,
Donna Crosson, Diane Metcalf, Angie Spiegl, Zoe
Williams, Nan Burton, Dana Urner, Nicole Munck,
Haven Smith, Becky Creech, Chemene Poling,
John Tomlinson. Third Row: Amy Burton, Emma
Lawson, Aimee Williams, Traci Basore, Irma Be-
tancourt, James Neill, Pierre Domercq, Jamie
Voorhis, Mandy Verboom, Margret Jones.
fBottomJ With devoted interest, members of the
French club listen to the plan of the day.
Language Clubs 181
Hopf Ms. Heather Schulte walks back to the
P.E. building with Cheryl Clay, after a game of
Ulightl Mr. Bill Regal assists a group of stu-
dents in wood shop class.
10ppositeD Preparing a test for his third period
trigonometry class, Mr. Phil Bums sits in qui-
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Remember the good old days when for-
getting to sign out in the office was a
"boo-boo," and handled with a simple
"try to remember next time?" Well those
"Slide by" days are over. A stunt like
that, or leaving unauthorized for lunch
was a common way to watch the clock in
In School Suspension, otherwise known
"lt was a great year, in fact the best in
eight put together," commented Mr. Huth-
erson, assistant principal.
Though the administrative staff was
strict in some ways, they were lenient in
others. The new tardy policy allowed stu-
dents an average of six minutes between
classes, instead of the usual five. This
helped in reducing the amount of tardies.
Mrs. Krauser was noted as saying, "I
feel that the students this year really took
responsibility. They were willing to ac-
fAboveJ Dr. Robert Thomas conducts busi-
ness over the phone.
fLeftl lntensely listening, Mrs. Ginny
Krauszer contemplates over a student issue.
fMiddle Rightl Business as usual, Mr. Joe Rig-
ney begins the day with a cup of coffee and a
lot of paperwork.
fBottom Rightl Mr. Jim Hutcherson takes a
break from his work for a quick glance at the
C0pposite Topl Board of Trustees: Mr. Tal
Cowan, Mrs. P.K. Martin, Mr. Ralph Enander,
Dr. Wayne Miller, Mr. Gerhard Clasen.
fOpposite Bottom Leftj Dr. Hank Woessner
looks on at a student pep rally.
fOpposite Bottom Right, Back Row: Mr. Ken
Brower, Mr. Al Waibel. Front Row: Mrs. Bar-
bara Kruis, Ms. Ginny Kraus, Jack Sands-
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The Advances Placement fA.P.J English
program has provided the students with
many opportunities to better prepare them-
selves for college. The program has been
organized as a four year program. The
freshman and sophomore classes, Honors 9
and Honors 10, prepares the students for
the eleventh and twelfth grade A.P. classes.
'These advanced classes provide the stu-
dents with smaller classes and with more
opportunides to nnprove their wrhing
Mrs. Joyce Esbensen said, "A.P. classes
provide the students with working with stu-
dents of their own caliber, it permits them
to work at their own rate, and gives them a
chance at earning college credit.
Mr. Pete Fellios commented, g'The A.P.
program provides students with the oppor-
tunity to challenge themselves with under-
standing abstract conceptsf'
The advanced classes also prepare the
students for the A.P. tests which are given
at the end of the year. The A.P. tests give
the students the opportunity to receive col-
lege credit. Mrs. Esbensen summed up her
feelings of the basic advantage of the A.P.
program by saying, "A student who be-
fTopJ Back row: Bill Wuth, Dave Hyde, Mark
Howard, Marty Hauck, Tim Hauck, Don Cor-
coran, Pete Fellios, Joyce Earickson, Linda
Pozanter. Front row: Dan Bogdanski, Caroline
Peterson, Marie Stenlund, Cher Davis, Joyce
Esbensen, and Pam Monroe.
fBottomJ Mr. Mark Howard prepares to return
corrected papers to his English class.
fOpposite top left, Informing the class with
the theme of the story, Mr. Dan Bogdanski
lectures to his Introduction to Literature
lOpposite top rightj Mr. Pete Fellios discusses -
poetry in his Advanced Senior English class.
l0pposite bottom leftj Mrs. Linda Poznanter
attempts to get her point across to the class.
fOpposite bottom right! Mrs. Marie Stenlund
prepares herself to inform her A.P. English
class of their writing assignment for the day.
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after 14 years
i'Let's supposin' that you were to borrow
money from bank A, and you put this mon-
ey into Bank B. . ." For many seniors these
words brought to mind economics, and Mr.
Misiewicz. This was the last year that the
walls of room 83 heard the analogies of Mr.
John Misiewicz. On January 25, 1985,
after fourteen years at Fallbrook High, he
retired from teaching.
Mr. Misiewicz enjoyed teaching various
subjects here at the high school. A few of
his favorite subjects included Algebra,
Electricity, and Economics. He enjoyed
these subjects because they dealt with stat-
istics and were related to living and success.
Mr. Misiewicz did not retire completely.
He decided to retire from Fallbrook High
because he wanted to move on to other ca-
reers and use his talents elsewhere. Some of
these careers were financial services, plan-
ning brokerage, stocks, and investments.
Mr. Misiewicz will never forget his years
of teaching at Fallbrook High. "Fallbrook
is one of the better high schools in North
County even though there is room for im-
provement. The students are well-rounded
and very very good. I'd like to thank the
staff and students for their cooperation and
help throughout the years."
fTopl Mr. Ken Anderson shows that he does
not monkey around when teaching history.
fMiddle leftj Trying to suppress a laugh, Mrs.
Sue Brown listens to one of her students.
lMiddle right? Mr. Timothy Oder speaks to his
throwers about the penalty for dropping a
shot put in the ring.
QBottom leftl Scrutinizing a paper, Mr. Gerry
Port finds, to his amazement, that nothing is
lBottom right, Mr. Walt Parry prepares his
class for an upcoming test.
Social Studies Dept.: Bottom row: Mr. Dick
Hulit, Mrs. Sue Brown, Mr. Gerry Port, Mr.
Tom Fogarty, Mr. Walt Parry Top row: Mr.
John Misiewicz, Mr. Dick Trull, Mr. Tim Oder,
Mr. Steve Kettering, Mr. Bill Macy, Mr. Gar-
land Dunbar, Mr. Ken Anderson.
f0pposite bottom leftj "Picture?" asked Mr.
Tom Fogarty while he fixed his collar in prep-
IOpposite bottom right! Mr. Gary Barr strikes
a relaxed pose while teaching his class.
188 Social Studies
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What is in the future for the Math
world? Is it Algebra, Geometry, or comput-
ers. The correct answer is computers. Not
to say that Algebra and Geometry are not
Algebra and Geometry are the keys to
getting into a good college. But computers
are also very important for getting a job in
the real world. Being able to program a
computer is helpful in finding a good job.
The Fallbrook Math department hired a
new teacher, Mr. Nagaran, to teach com-
puter programing. With more teachers and
more computers, this program is likely to
How did the students feel about the com-
puter programing class7 Ml feel that the
class helped me develop skills that someday
will help me get a good job," said Cammy
All in all the Fallbrook campus is helping
both the students who want to go to college
with the Algebra and Geometry, but also
the other students with new technology and
lBottomJ Using the overhead projector as a
teaching tool, Mr. Ropes instructs his algebra
fOpposite top rightl Mr. Bill Shea demon-
strates to his students a geometry problem
that has the students puzzled.
lOpposite top leftl Mr. Gary Lutgendorf com-
forts a student who seems to be having a prob-
lem in math.
lOpposite bottoml Mr. Cliff Farrar discusses
how to work out one of the math problems
with two of his students.
fAbovel Math and science departments: top
row: Cliff Farrar, Tom Pack, David Albritton,
Dick Heald, Jim Yahr, Gary Wise, Gary Lut-
gendorf, Michael Nagaran, Bob Farrimond.
Bottom row: Jay Craven, Al Walker, Phil
Burns, Bill Shea, Jeff Ropes.
The science department has continued
it's march of progress. With the addition of
Mr. David Albritton, the department
boasted six science instructors. According
to Mr. Albritton, 'Teaching science at
Fallbrook has meant involvement in many
school activities, which has really made the
year very enjoyable and exciting?
The entire department was dedicated to
the future expansion and modernization of
the existing facilities. These plans include
the construction of a new chemistry build-
ing and the addition of several new comput-
ers. Department chairman, Mr. Phil Burns,
spent the summer studying current com-
puter, which he said was quite enjoyable.
For freshman and sophomore students,
the science requirements for entrance into a
University of California campus were
changed to two full years, not counting any
science taken during the freshman year.
The students had the choice of taking earth
science, life science, biology, chemistry,
physics, or biomedical science.
Cfopj Mr. Yahr shows Junior Liz Shimokubo
her test score.
fBottoml Mr. Walker does an impression of a
planaria for one of his biology classes.
QOpposite top leftj Mr. Burns drops a ball to
demonstrate the laws of motion and the trans-
fer of energy.
COpposite top rightl While in one of his more
serious moods, Mr. Walker points out a bio-
logical phenomenon to an interested student.
1Opposite bottoml An intelligent Mr. Albrit-
ton poses with one of his life science classes.
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guage deparunentthh year,h4rs hdnenle
Santos and h4rs.Jo Jean Jones.hdrs San-
tosteaches Hrm year French and Spanuh
ed, "The foreign language department is
very hiendly.lAllthe teachers have been
very helpful and willing to share materials
and ideas with me." When Mrs. Santos was
asked what one of her objectives for the
year was she commented, "My students
toms, and the foods of different countries.
larger more varied world for them."
Mrs. Jones has given her talents to the
deparunent by teaching Spanwh I and
Spanish II. Mr. Gary Berglund had positive
"With her pleasant personality and enthu-
siasm for speaking, Mrs. Santos brings en-
joyment in beginning Spanish to students?
"Mrs. Jones' hard work and dedication has
provided her students with many varied ac-
t0pposite top, Back row: Arturo Santoyo, Ar-
turo Cassares, Gary Bergland, Ana Deleon,
and Joe Rayes. Front row: Carol Gilbert, Jo
Jean Jones, Betty Woody, Becky Kvickstad,
and Mireille Santos.
tTopJ Mr. Arturo Cassares attempts to help a
student with his class work.
tOpposite bottom lefty Mrs. Mereille Santos
explains the grades that the students re-
ceived on their tests in the beginning Spanish
Qliottomj Mrs. Jo Jean Jones instructs a stu-
dent on the proper way to conjugate the Span-
fOpposite bottom rightl Mr. Berglund ana'
Iyzes a students response to the Spanish les-
A head start with
There is always talk about the college's
raising the requirements for english, math
and science, but does it affect the vocation-
al classes also?
You might be wondering what is classi-
fied under vocational. The vocational
classes that were offered in this high school
are sewing, foods, restaurant management,
ag production, typing, data entry, wood,
medal, and auto shop.
Did the higher requirements affect these
classes? The answer is Yes, for the follow-
ing reasons. "First of all, it is a shame that
students can't take these classes, because
they are concentrating so hard to fulfill the
college requirements for english and
math," said Betty Hall.
Secondly, these classes can help the stu-
dents make up their minds whether they
want to pursue a career in one of these
fields. lf a student has an idea, like going
into restaurant management or secretarial
work, what better way to see if they will
enjoy that type of career than to be in a
Hop! Mrs. Maggard assists one of her stu-
dents in a ROP class dish out cookies.
Q0pposite leftj Mrs. Kay Mick is in deep
thought, while watching her students in her
data entry class.
fOpposite Rightj ln his typing class Mr. Koyl
walks around the classroom checking on how
his students are doing.
fOpposite bottoml Mrs. Betty Hall helps a stu-
dent in her sewing class with a problem or
fBottoml Vocational Ed: ftop rowl Bill Rien-
stra, Dick Welch, Bill Regal, Ken Mumford,
John Buehman, Glenn Koyl, Bob Crowe, ffront
rowj Lynn Sherman, Kay Mick, Betty Hall,
Cliff Stokes, Millie Maggard, and Fritz
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There was an addition to the veteran
staff of the PE Department. Connie Keller
came and introduced the new dance pro-
Another improvement was in the weight
lifting program. Mr. Dave Heid comment-
ed, "We improved the program by having
more Co-Ed classes, getting additional
equipment, and improving existing exercise
routines." With that action, it helped to
boost the desire for physical fitness.
One other improvement was Mrs.
Heather Schultels Adaptive PE class. This
class was only offered first period, and was
for either severly handicapped students, or
ones with only temporary injuries. Depend-
ing on their disability, determined what
they worked on.
fTopJ Mr. Buck White shows the correct hand
grip on the bat.
tBelowJ Mr. Bill Waite demonstrates the fore-
hand stroke to a student.
tRightJ Mr. Mike Vanyo looks on as a student
practices the leg press.
l0pposite topl Back row: Tom Pack, Veronica
Bailey, Buck White, Connie Keller. Front row:
Dave Heid, Kathy Yancy, Bill Waite, Heather
Schulte, Mike Vanyo.
fOpposite bottoml Jill Tippit laughs as Mr.
Dave Heid makes his well known funny face.
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Physical Education 199
The Fine Arts Department consists of
two separate areas. These are visual arts
and performing arts. Visual arts, which in-
cludes crafts, art history, and studio art,
was taught by Mrs. Dorothy Hartford. Per-
forming arts includes drama, taught by Mr.
Gary Frost, music by Ms. Rebecca Caf-
farel, and dance by Ms. Connie Keller.
As head of the Fine Arts Department,
Mrs. Hartford had many responsibilities to
fulfill. "This has been a very challenging
year, teaching all ofthe visual art classes. I
enjoy working with our enthusiastic new
performing arts teachers. Together we are
producing the Renaissance Faire, this years
theme for Hi-Lites. Which includes all as-
pects ofthe Fine Arts Departmentf' ex-
plained Mrs. Hartford.
As an exchange teacher from England,
Mr. Frost brought fresh new ideas to the
Drama Department. Many of these ideas
went into the production ofthe Renaissance
Faire. Among some of the activities Mr.
Frost directed were Turning Points,
Sweeney Todd, and comedy night.
Not officially part of the Fine Arts De-
partment, but playing a big role, is Ms.
Keller. Along with being new herself, she
introduced the new dance program. This
program expanded during the year because
of its popularity. The advanced dance class
took part in the Renaissance Faire.
Teaching three band and two choral
classes kept the new music director, Ms.
Caffarel, busy throughout the year. She
seemed to have handled her busy schedule
very well. 'Ll was kept really busy all year
but that's what makes thisjob fun. I'm real-
ly glad to be a part of Fallbrook High!"
exclaimed Ms. Caffarel.
QTopJ Mrs. Dorothy Hartford takes a moment
to answer a student's question.
QBottom Iefti Ms. Rebecca Caffarel takes part
in the classroom activities.
fBottom rightl Demonstrating some new
dance moves is Ms. Connie Keller.
t0pposite topl The Fine Arts Department: Ms.
Rebecca Caffarel, Mr. Gary Frost, and Mrs.
fOpposite bottomj While blocking a scene,
Mr. Gary Frost advises a student on her posi-
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Who kept this school running all year? lt
was all the hardworking, dedicated staff
members who kept the books, cooked the
food, ran the library, patrolled the campus,
filed and typed millions of forms, and did
all the essential jobs.
Mrs. Annette Dean, the A.S.B. Book-
keeper, acted as a prime example of the
hardworking employees here at Fallbrook
High. Mrs. Dean kept busy fulfilling duties
such as keeping track of all A.S.B. organi-
zation funds, managing Warrior Trading
Post, and working at football and basket-
ball games. "Ohl I just love working here.
You kids are so wonderful," exclaimed
Mrs. Dean. "This is a job of service and I
am here to serve," she added.
fTopl Maintenance personnel: ftop rowl Bruce
Taylor, Roger Thompson, Wayne Tortorella,
Bob Davis, Bob Jordan, Qfront rowj Al LaReau,
Gil Escobedo, Lyman Armes, Richard Krenz,
and David Weiser.
fMiddleJ Secretaries, Bookkeepers: ltop rowj
Eloine Waltrip, Dee Jespersen, Gina Ferdyn,
Beverly Burks, Linda Elder, Jo Ann Williams,
ffront rowl Dave Drake, Helen Flores, Joan
Williams, and George Freeman.
lBottomJ Bus Drivers: Qin bus? Mary Liermann,
Cindy Kaptain, Gail Mayfield, Vivian Lemke,
ffront rowl Dick Chown, Wand Erwin, Jim Pe-
chin, Debbie Bochinski, Maureen Fitzgerald,
Lee Spaller, Donna Warriner, Ken Schooley,
Bonnie Ayasse, John Tester, Cheryl Lambert,
and Faye Mullen.
COpposite top leftj Food personnel: ltop rowl
Bobbie Harris, Larry Granzella, Marjorie
Cosh, ffront rowj Judy Flasch, Maria White-
side, Millie Maggard, Rollande Smith, and
QOpposite top rightl Mrs. Grace Bowman an-
swers the phone with a smile.
f0pposite middle leftl Security Personnel:
Don Garcia, Carol Manley, and George Jones.
f0pposite middle rightj Mrs. Annette Dean
enjoys a moment of free time in the A.S.B.
iOpposite bottom leftj Aides: ftop rowl Linda
Ganske, Rose Peralta, Cfront rowl Maria Fer-
nandez, Connie Herman.
lOpposite bottom rightl Personnel services:
ftop rowj Diane Berry, Colleen Hayden, Lor-
enna Harris, Donna Bardwell, Jo Ann LaReau,
lfront rowj Shirley Vickery, Christine Lem-
ons, Debbie Gerlack, and Phoebe Marks.
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QOpposite top left! Melissa McQueen fortifies
herself on french fries during second lunch.
QOpposite top right? Letica Silva, Harold
Barns, Valerie Core, and Lisa Brown crowd
around together during nutrition to talk about
QOpposite bottomj Cheering at the Homecom-
ing pep rally Barbie Trout, Anna Barcelo and
Meredith Brown wave to the camera.
fTop leftj Seniors Lori Haynes, Ranel Meets,
Kathy Trujillo and Lori Bacon spend time to-
gether at nutrition.
QTop right! Two friends spend their lunch peri-
od talking together.
lBottomJ Helping custodian Wayne Tortorella
clean up after lunch, Jamie Zuna and Ferny
Gonzales take a short break.
QBelowJ Junior David Gardner is just hanging
around before the last soccer game of the season.
fTopJ Sophomore Peme Serrato jokingly threat-
ens to dump Sophomore Augustin Rosas off the
1BottomJ Sophomore Matt McCarley cruises his
way to Spanish. -
COpposite topl Sophomore Troy Hopton and
friends trashcan a freshman.
fOpposite bottom leftl Sophomore Darrel Fox
tickles Freshman Marcy Emory's nose with a
fOpposite bottom rightj Sophomore Chad Saylors
smiles for the camera at lunch time.
fTop leftj Mike Crowley and Cheri Hall spend a
quiet moment together during nutrition.
fTop rightl Cramming for a Biology test, Kevin
Rice sits outside the library.
fBottomJ Tom Dumont flashes a winning smile as
tacky tourist Susan Ervin prepares to take a pic-
fOpposite top lefty Heather Bradford and Jason
Frummet look for a shady place to eat their lunch.
Q0pposite top rightj The 2:53 traffic jam at the
Stage Coach, Mission intersection.
fOpposite bottomj With a look of exhaustion,
James Black does his good deed for the day by
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QBelowj Senior John Scott and Junior David Mot-
ley ham it up for the camera.
fRightJ Sophomore Stacy Clemments eats raisins
during a class competition.
QBelow right! Senior David Eismen, Senior James
Breen and Junior Joe Turner hard at work in T.V.
fOpposite topj Junior Scott Vanyo, Senior Harpo
Anderson, Sophomore Jeff Aafedt, Freshman
Darrow Nelson, and Junior John Jung are moving
QOpposite bottom leftj Sophomore Tori Halloway
and Senior Kelly Jordan display the latest in hair
f0pposite bottom rightj Junior Ed Nielson caught
in a look of surprise.
COpposite topj Friends April Piper and Laurel
Jensen take time out to pose for the camera.
fOpposite bottom leftl During P.E. Jill Connel-
ly takes a break and flashes a smile.
fOpposite bottom rightb A group of friends en-
joy the sun during second lunch.
lLeftJ Heidi Durbin relaxes after a game of
fBottomj After leaving the cafeteria, Cory
Geiger, Max Mattox, and Dan Cunningham eat
fOpposite topb Junior David Waite shows his ex-
treme athletic ability.
fOpposite bottom lefty Senior Chris Wojcik dis-
plays his recently polished teeth.
f0pposite bottom right? David Motley proves that
all Juniors are not lead footed.
1Top leftj Junior Dan Keegan does his impression
of Bullwinkle the Moose.
fTop rightj Senior Ted Klovanic poses with his
girlfriend Senior Becky Boyd.
fBottomJ Junior Drew Habura shows the early
signs of Ketosis.
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1Opposite topj Utilizing lunch to finish last
minute homework, Kevin Kasha, Jeff Richie,
Chris Tucker and Kathy Trujillo.
fOpposite bottom leftj Frantically working to
finish her layout for yearbook, Angela Cle-
ments makes revisions on her copy.
COpposite bottom rightj Sophomores spend
the last few minutes of class relaxing.
fTop left! Melissa Lash gives Craig Puckett an
enthusiastic hug before going off to class.
Crop right, On her way to fifth period, Michelle
Snyder takes time to pose for the camera.
fBottoml Neomi Boles is examined by a nurse
before giving blood during the annual school
QOpposite topj On the lookout for Hutcherson,
Cam Coughran hides behind a tree! fbut where
is John Scott?J
fOpposite bottom leftj ln between classes Mr.
Bogdanski lets it all hang out.
fOpposite bottom lefty Sophomore Pauli Mor-
amarco contemplates a headline for her arti-
cle in yearbook.
Hop left, Freshmen Cathy Coates and Loretta
Morris enjoy the privacy of WaIkman's.
lBottom Leftj Sophomores Sam Luna and Jim'
my Castillo watch students arriving at Fall-
brook in the morning.
lBelowJ An embarrassed student hides as Mr.
Lutgendorff tries for a hug.
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Stats, "Do you know him?" Samantha
Victoria L. Betts: "Vicki,'
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Aafedt, Jeffrey A. Q10g 116, 160
Abshire, Bret Q125 16, 6, 176
Academic Team 168
Aicgrins, John W. Q115 56, 102, 105
Adamson, Todd D. Q95 134
Adrian, Timothy John Q95 134
Advincula. Eric M. Q95 1 4
Aguayo, Bobby Q95 134
Aguilar, Karlen 105 116
Alarcon, Linda 95 134
Albright, Terrance M. QJ115 102
Albritton, Dave 80, 19 , 192
Alexander, Dean 8125 16
Alexander, John Q 5 134
Aifaro, Elizabeth Q95 134
Allee, Bruce Edward Q105 116, 155
Allen, Fredrick D. Q95 13
Allen, Stewart E. Q115 102, 180
Almanza, Annette Q125 16, 158
Almanza, Gail Q95 134
Almanza, Pauline Q125 16, 158
Alvarez, Anita Q105 116
Alvarez, Guadalupe Q95 134
Applen, Christopher Q95 137
Amoroso. George Q1 5 116
Amsler, Kurt D. Q105 58, 116
Anasis, Maria E. Q95 134, 156
Andersen, Neal , 2115 102, 162
Anderson, Brent Q1 5 16, 212
Anderson, Bret C. Q 05 116, 160
Anderson, Christopher Q105 116
Anderson, Chris W, Q105 1 6
Anderson, Dennis A. Q115 62, 102,
131, 166, 168
Anderson, Jill Q95 134
Anderson, Ken 188
Anderson, Rodger Q105 116
Andrews, Sherri L. Q105 68, 116
Andrus, Victoria Q115 64, 102, 162
Anthony. Dionne P. Q10! 134
Anthony, Philip R, Q35 1 4
Araiza. Elizabeth Q 5 134
Arboneaux, Tracie Q105 66, 116,
Arce, Elsa Q95 134
Archambo, Nancy A. Q115 102
Arena, Stephanie L. Q125 16
Art Club 160
Arias, Marco Q105 58, 116
Arnold, Rina Q10g 116
Arnold, Robert . Q105 116
Arreola, Evangelina Q105 116
Arrington, Samantha Q105 116
Arthur, Robert Q425 16, 46
Ascencio, Mart a Q105 116
Askew, Linda Q125 16, 64
Ausman, Walter Q9g 134
Avina, Jose QJ125 1
Axe, Julia Q1 5 116
Ayres, Clifford Q105 116
Bacon, Jeffrey Q95 134
Bacon, Lori Q125 16, 156, 164
Bailey, Shawn Q95 58, 134
Baily, Veronica 64, 198
Bair, Bridget Marie Q123 16, 160, 174
Balkcom, Jim Jerry Q1 5 16, 52
Ballin, Belinda Q95 134
Ballou, Luther . Q95 134
Ballou, Miche,'?e A. Q105 116
Banuelos, Anna Q95 34
Banuelos. Roberto Q115 102
Barajas, Maria Q105 116
Barba, Kathleen Q105 116
Barber, Timothy W. Q105 116
Barcelo. Ana Q125 1 . 17, 24, 180.
Barcenas, Gerardo R. Q115 102
Barker, Gregory D. Q105 116
Barksdale, Ty Q105 5 , 116, 119, 124,
Barlow, Norman C. Q95 58, 134
Barlow, Trisha L. Q95 1 4
Barnebee, James H. Q105 62, 116
Barnes, Harold Q105 116, 207
Barnes, Jennie Q93 134
Barnes, Kerri C. Q 55 134
Barnett, Rachel Q 05 116
Barns, Melissa P. Q1 5 102
Barr, Vickie Lynn Q1 5 48, 102
Barrick, Scott Robert Q105 58, 116,
Barrientos, Rosa Q105 116
Barron, Gilberto 125 16, 160
Barron, James Q105 116
Borg-on, Rebecca Q125 16, 28, 45.
Barry, Johanna S. Q115 64, 102, 180
Barry, Kelly P. Q95 58. 134
Bartlette, Colleen M. Q115 102
Baseball, Varsity 88
Baseball, J.V. Frosh 90
Basketball Var Boys 74
Basketball JV Frosh 76
Basketball Girls 78
Basore, Kelli Q95 134
Basore, Traci Q125 16, 180
Batey, Odelia Ann Q115 102
Batey, Patricia A. Q 05 116
Batin, Shaun Q125 16
Batin, Traci Q95 134
Bauer, Tanya Q105 116
Baumgartner, Wiliam Q115 102
Beastall, Juli Lynn 210 116
Beastall, Kimberly . 95 134. 135
Beck, Eric P. Q125 16,56
Beck, Marcia Elaine Q105 116
Beckham, Kerri Q125 , 6, 31, 32,
Beckman, Nancy Q15 102
Bedolla, HeatherQ 5 134
Bedolla, Tiffany Q125 16, 64
Beeson, Dawn Q 05 117
Beeson, Denise Q95 134
Beetz, Cheryl Lynn Q115 102
Behar, Krista Q105 68, 117, 160
Bein, Stephanie Q105 48, 117
Bell, Chase L. Q415 102
Bergholz, Hutc L. Q915 134
Bergholz, Tyson D. Q 15 102
Berglund, Gary 180, 194
Berglund, Gary L. Q105 117
Berglund, Marilyn Q125 16, 180
Bergmann, Jandy M. Q3115 102
Bergmann, Luke Q95 1 4
Bergstrom, Bess Lee Q115 102
Bergstrom, Robert Q95 1 4
Bernal, Rebecca M. Q125 16, 52
Bernier, David Q105 1 7
Bernier, Jennifer Q 5 134
Betancourt, Alma Q125 16
Betancourt, Daniel Q95 134
Betancourt, David A. Q115 52, 102
Betancourt, Emma Q115 102
Betancourt, Gloria M. Q115 102
Betancourt, lrma Q125 16, 52
Betancourt, Lourdes Q95 134
Betancourt, Margarito Q103 117
Betancourt, Michael A. Q1 5 52,
Betancourt, Nancy Q125 16, 158
Bettin, James C. Q95 134
Bettin, Lania Ann Q 15 52, 102
Betts, Victoria Q125 16, 174
Birkett, Samant a Q125 16
Bishop, Joseph Doug Q95 134
Black, James Q125 18, 210
Black, Jeneen A. Q95 135
Black, Nancy Q125 18
Blacker, Sarah Anne Q11g 102
Blake, Christopher M. Q1 5 117
Blanc, Kim L. 8125 18
Bly, Sheila L. Q 05 117
Bly, Sheri L. Q125 18
Bobo, Bridgett 95 135
Bobo, Todd Q10 56, 117
Bogdanski, Dan 122, 176. 186
Bojorquez, Miguel Q95 135
Boldlng, Christine Q1 5 117
Boles, Denise Q95 135, 178
Boles, Geronimo Q95 135
Boles, Louella Neomi Q125 18, 178,
Bollinger, Bryan Q105 117
Bond, Michael J. Q115 102
Bonton, Anthony Q95 135
Bonton, Larry Q115 102
Boozan, Carla M. Q115 102
Boswell, Lori1Q105 117
Bottenfield, onya M. Q115 102
Boucher, Rick Q105 117
Bougher, Bridgett Q125 18
Bougher, Lisa Q105 52
Bowen, Diane Q1 5 18
Bowen, Steven Q115 102
Bowman, Lisa Dianne Q105 117, 155,
Bowman, Lora Elainn Q105 62, 117.
Boyd, Dawn Q125 18
Boyd, Lura Q105 117
Boyd, Michele R. Q115 72. 102
Boyd, Rebecca Q 25 18. 72
Bradford, Eric Q105 118 5
Bradford, Heather A. Q115 64, 102
Bradford, Kerri Q95 135
Bradford, Ronald Lee Q95 135
Bradley, Christopher Q95 135
Braendel, Michael Q105 118
Braendel, Robert Q125 19
Branson, Kevin F. Q115 102
Brant, Randy Q105 118
Breen, Wendy N. Q115 102
Brent, Adam Q95 58, 135
Bresnahan, Kevin Q95 135
Breza, Michael James Q115 102
Briblesca, Peter Q105 118, 160
Brill, Aaron E. Q105 52, 118
Britton, Jason A. Q125 19
Brown, Angelique N. Q105 118
Brown, Anne Q125 19
Brown, Eric Q95 1 5
Brown, George J. Q115 62, 102
Brown, Lisa Q105 68, 118, 207
Brown, Meredith Q125 19, 155, 160
Brown, Sue 188
Brown, Tammy 155
Brush, Dale Wayne Q95 136
Brush, Dean A.Q105118, 178
Brust, Colin 'Chip' Q105 118
Buckley, Lori D. Q10g 118, 156
Buehman, John 19
Buell, Amy 95 136
Buell, Mike 125 19
Buffington, Jean Q125 17, 18, 19, 21,
40.46, 155, 164
Bunton, Mark Q105 118
Buonarati, Elizabeth Q105 118
Burcham, Gregory E. Q115 102
Burgos, Jeffrey A. Q95 136
Burke, Audrey Q115 102
Burke, Matthew Q 5 136
Burke, Phillip C. Q 15 102
Burns, Phil 182, 190, 192
Burris, Gabriel Q105 118
Burton, Amy Q105 117, 118, 180
Burton, Nan Q115 102, 162
Busceml, Tammy M. Q115 48, 102,
Bush, Timothy Q125 19, 60, 155
Bustamante, Anthony Q95 136
Bustamante, Michael E. Q115 103
Butler, Catherine D. Q105 118
Butler, Christina D. Q105 '118
Butler, Jessica Q95 136
Butts, Frank L. Q115 103
Butts, Jennifer Q95 135, 136
Bynum, Dean J. Q115 103
Cabulagan, Eric Q95 58, 136
Cady, Fred Myron Q95 58. 136
Caffarel, Becky 52, 174, 200
Calac, Bennae Q105 118, 178
Calac, Leah G. Q115 103, 178
Calac, Mark Q95 58, 136, 178
Calderon, Monica Q125 19
Calderon, Yolanda Q95 136
Calderwood, Bryan 105 118
Caldwell, Courtney 105 118
Callison, James Q125 19
Ccalgillo, Baldomero C. Q105 118.
Calvillo, Roselina Q125 19
Cameron, WayneQ 25 19, 155
Campos, Adriana Q105 118
Canchola, Vanessa A, Q105 118
Capistrano, Maria D. Q115 6
Caramanis, Fredrick 11 103
Carpenter, David J. 11 103
Carrere, Jean L. Q125 19, 24, 155
Carroll, Melinda A. Q105 118, 168,
Carson, Anthony M. Q93 137
Carter, Dan Q125 19, 6
Carter, Tamira L. Q105 118
Castaneda, Yvette Q105 118
Casteel, Darren Q125 19, 164
Casares, Auturo 194
Casteel, Jill M. QQ15 103
Casterline, Eric ay Q115 103
Castillo. James Q105 11 . 221
Castillo, Jesus Q105 118
Castillo, Rosa E. Q105 118
Castillo, Sonia Q95 137
Castro, Daniel Q105 118
Castro, Diana Q105 118
Ceja, Alejandro Q112 103
Cendejas, Joel R. Q 15 103
Cervantes, Abel Q95 137
Cervantes, Jaime Q105 118
Cervantes, Juan D. Q115 103
Cervantes, NormaQ 05 118
Chandler, Scott A. QJ15 56. 103
Chapman, Erin E. Q1 5 118, 174
Chapman, Kelly Q125 15, 19. 62.
Chapman, Nannette C. Q115 104
Chatman, Howard Q95 58, 137
Chavaria, Margarita Q12g 20
Chaves, Lina M. Q105 11
Cheon, Christopher E. Q115 104
Cheon, Leanne M. Q105 118
Cherry, Lori Anne Q95 158
Cherry, Michael Q115 104
Chhim, Sodavuth Q105 58,118
Chilcote, Jennifer 8105 118
Chitwood, Suzy Q1 5 118
Chrisman, Joseph Q125 137
Christensen, Chery Q 05 118
Christensen, Denise L. Q95 137
Christiansen, Paul Q105 118
Christopher, KariQ 15 104
Cicchillo, Amy L, Q115 104, 155,
158, 162, 168
Cindrity, Amy D. Q115 104
Clark, Libby Q105 119
Clausen, Naomi Q95 136
Clay, Cheryl Q105 8, 119, 182
Clegg, Todd Q1 5 119
Clements, Anastasia Q105 48, 119
Clengjents, Angela Q125 20, 166,
Clements, Lance R. C95 437
Cloonan, Richard T. C95 437
Clough, Kirsten F. C95 437
Club Azteca 478
Coates. Kathleen C405 449
Cocca, Timothy C. C95 437
Cochran, Russell J. C4 5 449
Coldiron. Victoria C205 449
Cole. Jeffrey 425 0
Cole, Trisha C9 437, 460
Coleman, Jeffrey E, C405 449
Collingwood, Russell C95 437
Collins, Edward Josep C95 437
Collins. Julie C425 20, 460, 462
Collins, Michael J. C44? 404
Collins, Robert C42 43
Comer, Joseph . C445 56, 404
Comey. Brian S. 445 404
Conklin, Luann C9 437
Connelly, Jill M. C445 64, 404, 245
Conrad, Cory D. C95 437
Continelli, Laura A. C95 437
Cook. Tony C425 20
Coon, Meredith Ann C405 449
Dahlheimer, Tammy C405 420
Dahmer, Christine A, S4 5 404
Dailey, Meghan C93 4 7
Dailey, Michael C4 5 20, 66, 434
vich, Eve M. C403 420
n. ChristopherC 5 437
n, Michael C425 20
Danforth, Alicia Lynn C95 437
Davenport, Heather C92 437
Davidson, Warren C95 37
Davies, Leslie A. C9 437
Davies, Robbie C42 20
Davis, Charlene C4 5 20, 478
. Cher 486
. Denise L. C405 420
. Eddy C445 404
, Jason C95 438
Davis, Sheryl C95 438
on, Eric T. 9 58
on, Kristie . C403 420
Davis, William . S4 45 62, 404
Dawes, Jason C405 4 0
Corcoran, Don 486
Copeland, Marla C95 437
Corcoran. Matthew L. C405 449
Cordio, Cristo C98 437
Core, Valerie C4 5 62, 449
Corn, Alyssa Leigh C95 437
Corona, Esthela 24 43 404
Corona. Lucio C4 0
Corona. Noemi C9 437
Corp, Samantha . S405 449
Leticia C425 0
Olivia C405 420
Agustin C. C425 20, 404
Rene C95 58, 437
Carlos C445 404
Elizabet C405 62, 420
Isabel C9 43
Matilde C 405 420
Socorro C93 437
Urbano C4 5 420
Cosio. Roberto C4 45 420
Costa, Kristina L. C405 420, 476
Coughran, Camden N. C4 45 404
Coultress, Carl J. C405 420
Coultress, Gina L. C4 5 404
Covarrubias Eva E. 44 404
Cdwgn, Shauna C425 23, 24, 455
Craddock, Christopher C95 437
Crafts, Robert W. C445 404, 468
Craigmiles, Charles S. C98 137
Crane, Araina M. C445 4 4
Crane, Jenine C95 62, 437
Crane, John S. C 45 404
Crane, Kristin S. C95 437
Craven, Jay 490
Creech, Rebeccah 595 437
Creech, Thomas Jo y C445 404
Critchley, Elizabeth 466
Crone, Roger Louis C95 437
Cross Country 62
Crosson, Donna C405 20. 62, 420
Crowe, Bob 496
Cruz, Fidel 95 58, 437
Cruz, Jose 425 20
Cruz, JudithC405 78, 420
Cruz, Maria rinidad C95 437
Cuellar, Eric C95 58, 437
Cuney. Heather C4 45 404
Cunningham, Danie A. C445 404
Curtis, Gavin C405 420
Curtis, Lisa M. 445 404
Curtis, Shawn 95 437
Cutchen, William C445 404
Dechert, DanielC 5 438
Deisenhammer, homas C 425 20
Delacruz, Josue C4 45 62, 404
Delagarza, Dorene C405 64, 420,
Delarosa, Cynthia C3 438
Delatorre, Victoria . C 405 420
Delossantos, Melissa C95 438
Deleon, Anna 494
Demalignon, Mike C4215 24, 34
Demattia, Eva E42 2
Dennis, Jeffrey . Q45 404
Dennis, Jonathan . C95 58, 438
Denton, Debbie C425 24, 47, 464.
Denver, Keith C425 24
Depreker, Charles C945 58, 438
Depreker, Kelly D. C4 564, 404. 462,
Desiderio, Saul C425 24
Devoid, Debra C95 438
Devoid, Teresa Ann C4 45 404
Diaz, Jaime C4215 24
Diaz, Maria E. C 5 438
Diaz, Rosa C405 420
Dick, Dorena C405 420
Dick, Kevin Andrew C93 438
Diehl, August M. S4 45 2, 404
Diehl, Julia C405 4 0
Difazio, Louis S. C445 404
Dillon, Preston S405 420. 434
Dixon, Cheryl C 5 438
Dixon, Paul Brian S4 45 404
Dobbins, Greg C4 5 420
Doi, Sharon M. C4 45 64, 78, 402. 404
Domanski, Teresa D, C445 404, 462
Domerca, Pierre C 443 404, 480
Dominguez, Isabel C 438
Dominguez, Nicolas 44562, 404
Domzalski, Jeffrey C95 438
Domzalski, Jennifer L. C 445 404
Donart, Kimberly C405 45
Doran, Georgia C 25 24, 52, 460,
Dorsten, Jeffrey 95 438
Doss, Michael E. C4 45 404
Dowling. Renae C425 24, 64
Dowling, Sean P. C4 45 404
Drama Club 460
Draper, Jason C95 438
Draper, Robert N. C405 420
Druskoff, Jennifer C405 420
Duarte, Robin C. 95 438
Duffy, Sheryle A, C93 66, 78, 438
Dukes, Andre C95 4 8
Dumont. Doug C405 420
Dumont, Thomas J. C425 45, 24, 22,
Dugtglaraflggri 62 22, 455, 456,
. , , 4 9, 488
Dunckel, William S405 56, 420, 433
Dunn, Roni C425 2 , 480
Suong, Huyen C95 438
Duran, Graciela C425 22
Durbin, Heidi Rae C405 245
Durling, Dennis C405 420
Dutton, Janelle C. C95 66. 438
Earickson, Joyce 486
East. Cameron L. 945 405
East, Carrie C425 2 , 455
Eby, Donna , C405 420
Echeverria, Patricia C95 438
Economides, Louise . C425 460,
Edgmon, Kimberly B. C448 405
Edwards, Donald C445 4 5
Edwards, Laura C95 438
Edwards, Rachelle C95 438
Edwards, Ryan A. 64 5 420
Eib, Corey C405 42
Eisman, David Oliver C425 44, 22.
Elben, Kenneth R. C445 405
Elder. Liz C 425 22
Ellerby, Stacey Lynn C4 45 405
Ellerby, Todd C95 438
Ellings, Evan C405 420
Elliott, Leigh nn C 425 22
Ellis, Kevin S. C425 23
Elmer, Allen C4 45 405
Emory. Cynthia C. C405 424
Emory, Marcie J. C95 438
Engebretson, Eric C 42 23, 56
Engle, Christina L. C44 405
Engler, Michael W. C4 43 405
Enockson, John 4055 , 424
Erickson. Daniel 405 424
Erickson, Krista C 25 23
Ervin, Shelley A. C405 52, 424
Ervin, Susan C. C425 23
Esbensen, Joyce 462, 468, 486
Escamilla, Irma C 405 424
Escobedo, Elidio C 405 58, 424
Escobedo, Juana C445 405 '
Escobedo, Ramona J. C405 424
Esquivel, Alicia C425 23
Essinger, Shannon C95 438
Estrada, Jesus C95 38
Estrada, Maria C405 424
Etuale, Faamatala C405 424
Etuale, Ti 424
Evans, Wade P. C4 45 405
Evans, John C425 23, 466
Everhart, Barbara A. C 405 424
Fabian, Mary C95 438
Fajado, Raymond C95 438
Fajado, Shelly Ann C445 405
Farrar. Cliff 490
Farrell, Rebecca A. C405 424
Farrimoncl, Bob 490
Faubus, Mary K. C405 424
Fedorchak, Katie L. C405 424
Fellios, Pete t486
Ferguson, John L. C-305 424
Fernandez, Simon . C95 438
Fernau, Kristen Lee C425 68
Ferral. Peter W. C445 6
Feyk, Michael D. C445 60, 76, 40
Feyk, Michelle C405 424
Field Hockey 64
Fieux, Scott C405 424
Filipek. Diana M. C405 424
Fine, Justin C. C95 58, 438
Fischetti. Steven C 425 23
Fisher, Donald Lee C 25 23
Fishman, Daniel Roy C4 42 406, 476
Fishman, Jonathan C95 38
Fitzgerald, Shannon L. C95 62, 438
Fleming, Mark C42 23
Fleming, Rhonda 405 422
Flores, Favian 95 58, 438
Flores, Marco 58, 438
Flynn, Jay C405 8, 422, 434
Flynn, Shannon C95 438
Flynn, Thomas C 05 58, 422
Fogarty, Tom 488
Football, Varsity 56
Football JV Frosh 58
Forde, Kimberley A. C95 52, 438
Foster, Julie Anne C4 45 48, 406
Fox, Daryl C405 422, 2 8
Fox. Rich C 05 58, 422. 476
Fox, Steven C95 58, 438
Franco. Julie CT 05 422
Fraser, Macris ina T. C95 438
Freed, Mark P. C445 406
Freed, Matthew C 25 23
Freeman, William G. C405 60, 422
French Club 480
Fresquez, Trish C405 422
Frigon, Matthew 425 23, 52
Frinell, Gregory C9 58, 438
Frost, Kimberly Irene C4 45 406
Frummet, Jason C425 6, 45, 23. 45,
Frye, Danny 95 438, 476
Fuess, Dena 425 23
Fuess, Gregg W. C95 60, 439
Galich, John C95 439
Gallery, Jon E. 84245 23
Galpin, Sam C4 22
Garcia, Aurora 95 439
Garcia, Jesus R. 445 406
Garcia, John C. 445 406
Garcia, Leticia C405 422
Garcia, Rigoberto C34 25 23
Garcia, Roberto C4 5 422
Socorro C95 439
r, David L. C445 406,208
Garland, David John C405 422
Garland. Michael C425 2 , 52
Garrigues. Trisha C405 422, 476
Garringer, Dennis S4 4g 406
Gartner, Bernie C4 Z5 6
Gates, April C425 2 , 45
Gaumer. Debby S. C4 45 406
Geary. Charles C95 439
Gehring, Mireya E. C405 62, 422
Geiger, Corey J. 54? 422, 245
Geiger, Tanya C4 5 4, 460, 464
Geisen, Gregory C425 24, 474
Genduso, John C405 422
George, Michael L. 2425 24
George, Terri C405 2
Geraghty, Kelly M. C95 439
Gerber, Craig M. C445 406
Gholson, Ace E. C905 422
Gholson, Brenda . C425 25
Gilbert, Carol 494
Gill, Darren A. C44 58, 406
Gill, Stephen B. C9 439
Gilliard. Senta C22 25
Gilmore, Anne . C445 64, 406, 442.
Gilmore, Daniel C95 439
Girls League 456
Giusti, Robert C. C44g 56. 406
Giusto. Kathy CT425 2 , 68
Glocke, Lynne te D. C95, 439
Glotfelty, Brandi C 425 2
Gluesenkamp, Andrew Q95 439,
Gluesenkamp, Daniel Q4 45 406, 476
Gomez, lselda Q405 422
Gomez, Ismael Q4 5 422
Gomez, Jose F. Q4 5 406
Gomez, Ramon Q42g 25
Gomez, RivasQ915 4 9
Celes o B. Q95 439, 480
Gonzales, Gilbert E. Q95 439
Gonzales, Kristina Y. Q 45 48, 406,
Gonzales, Marciano Q4 45 62, 480
Gonzales, Susan Q95 40
Gonzalez, Anita Q4 45 406
Gonzalez, Arturo Q4 5 25, 468
Gonzalez, Eva N. Q95 439
Gonzalez, Jorge A. Q95 58, 440
Gonzalez, Jose Q4 45 207
Gorgialez, Kevin M. Q4 45 56, 406,
Gonzalez, Rafael W. Q405 62, 422
Roberto Q93 440
Sofia Q425 5
Goodman, Christopher Q405 422
Goodman, Kelly Lee Q4 45 406
Grahek, Julie M. Q95 440, 456
Granada, Suzanne Q95 440
Graves, Angelica 2405 422, 476
Gray, Paul E. Q445 2, 406
Green, James C. Q4 45 406
Green, Robert J. Q405 422
Green, Stephen Q405 422
Greene, Daniel S. Q445 52, 406
Greenlee, Squire L. Q405 422
Griffin, La Ronn Q95 440
Griffith, Sean S. Q4 45 406
Guadarrama, Carlos E. Q445 406
Guadarrama, Marisol P. Q4 51 422
Guanzon, Romeo M. Q95 44
Guerrero, Joaquin Q405 422
Guerrero, Jose Rafael Q4 45 406
Gugino, Scott Q95 58, 440
Guillen, Belizario Q403 422
Gustafson, Janel Q4 5 25, 458, 462
lvlloltollo- J. Q405 422
Gyving, Gretchen Q95 440
Habura, Andrew J. Q4 45 76, 406, 247
Hadley, Heather Lyn 405 422
Haefner, Charlotte Q9 440
Haferkamp, Bernd Q4 5 60, 406
Haferkamp, Heidi Q 25 43, 45, 25,
Hageman, Brenda Marie Q405 422
Hagen, Karl Q95 440
Hainline, Sco t Q405 58, 422
Hale, Mathew Q405 422, 440
Hall, Ann Q95 440
Hall, Betty 96
Hall, Cheryl L. Q425 25, 48, 240
Hall Gary Q425 44, 25, 64
P. Q445 406
Hall, Margaret J. Q4 45 406
Hall, Michael Q405 60, 422
Hallett, Cindee L. Q4 45 406
Hallock, Nara L. Q95 4 5, 440
Ano Q425 25, 4o0
Brooke Q95 470
Earl Q405 62, 422
Marcie Q425 25
Timothy Q4 5 25
Troy Gene Q408 422
Hampton, Heidi L, Q95 44
Jeffrey Q95 440
Hand, Kristina Q95 62, 439, 440
Hanify, Thad Q95 440
Hansen, Julie Q 25 25
Hansen, Marc E. Q405 422
Hanson, Chris W. Q4 5 406
Hardy, Veresse L. Q4 45 406
Harjung, Kirsten Q95 440
Harrington, Tammy Q405 66, 422
Harris, Bruce Q 425 25, 5
Harris, Charles E. Q95 440
Harris, Jeani D. Q445 406
Harris, Loraina 456
Harrison, Darcy Gay Q4 45 44, 406,
Harrison, James Q 425 26, 459
Harrison, Tiffany Q425 26
Harrison, Todd Q405 422
Harry, James P. Q4 45 407
Hartford, Charles Q425 4, 6, 26, 60,
Hartford, Dorothy 455, 460, 200
Hartford, Heather S95 440
Hatano, Robert S4 5 26
Hatley, Shelley S 5 440
Houck, Marty 6 , 486
Hauck, Tim 464, 486
Haugh, Christie Q425 26
Haven, Kathleen P. Q4 45 407
Haven, LauriecQ425 26, 46, 456
Hawthorne, A rian Art Q405 423
Hay, Erin F. Q44g 407
Haycock, Lisa ae UQ 5, 52, 407
Haycock, Natalie Q95 2, 440
Hayden, Erika Leigh Q405 423, 474
Hayes, Virginia M. 242 407
Haynes, Lori Q425 2 , 8, 464, 207
Hazlehurst, Geoffrey Q95 440, 476
Heald, Dick 490
Heald, Eric P. Q445 56, 407
Heath, Allison Q425 26
Hedeen, Ginger M. Q95 440
Heid, Dave 486
Henderson, Michael S. 5425 27
Hendrickson, Shawn Q4 5 23
Hendrix, Lee QJ95 440, 456
Hero, Holly Q4 552, 423
Herms, Ronald Q405 423
Hernandez, Alfredo Q95 440
Hernandez, Alyssa l. Q95 440
Herrick, Scott B. Q95 440
Hesser, Laura M. 440, 468, 480
Herring, Kelly Q95 0
Herring, Kimberly S. Q405 424
Heyl, Gary C. Q42 40
Hickey, Patrick Q9 58, 440
Hickey, Sean J. Q 25 27, 46, 455,
Hickey, Thomas W. Q425 47, 27, 56,
Hicks, Angela Q405 423
Hicks, Jeffrey A. Q4 43 407
Higgins, Kelly Q95 44
Highstrete, Clar Q425 45, 27, 46, 60,
Higson, Gail Q425 462, 480
Hill, Donna Q405 423
Hillyer, Peter Q425 27
Himmer, Jennifer C. Q4 45 407
Himmer, Lashel Joyce Q423 27, 50
Hofstad, Lorrie A. Q405 42
Hogarth, Holly H. Q445 66, 407, 456
Holdcroft, Amy M. Q 43 66, 407
Holdcroft, Beth Q95 44
Holdcroft, Michael Q425 27
Holladay, Christy Q95 440
Holladay, Kelly D. Q 0:5 52, 424
Holland, Carisa S405 2, 423
Holland, Travis Q 5 440
Holloway, Tori Q42 423, 242
Hollins, Holly Q95 4 0
Holstein, Joseph K. Q95 440
Hopgood, Jennifer L. Q445 64, 407
Hopton, Randolph L. Q445 407
Hopton, Troy Q405 423
Horn, Dawn Q425 27
Horstman, Mark Q425 27
Horstman, Rebecca Q405 423
Hottel, Karen Q405 424
Houston, Sam Q405 424
Howard, James Q 05 424
Howard, Mark 486
Howard, Michelle Q405 424
Howard, William Q95 440
Howell, Kimberly G. S4 45 48
Howland, John Q425 7, 466
Hreha, Torri L. Q405 424
Hudman, Joe Q95 440
Hudson, Casey AQ405 424
Hueckel, Janine L. Q4 527, 34, 456
Huertas, Maria R. Q915 444
Huey, Amy Q95 52, 44
Hukari, Kristen Q405 424, 480
Hulit, Dick 58, 72, 488
Hulit, Richard Q425 27, 56, 455
Hulit, Roberta Q95 64, 444
Hunt, Fawn Q405 422
Hunter, Daniel Q405 424
Hunter, Jennifer Q 05 424
Hurst, Wm. R. Q95 4 4
Hurt, Denise Q95 444
Hutcherson, Jim 484
Hyams, Celia Q425 27
Hyypgba, Mikko S. Q425 24, 27. 56,
lhde, Christine lVl. Q95 444
lmig, Julie Q405 424
Indian Club 4 8
Jackson, Rex Q95 444
Jacobo, Rudolfo Q4 45 408
Jacobus, Jill Q465 408
James, David . Q445 408
James, Edward H. Q425 27, 458
Janikowski, Brad Q425 27
Janikowski, Daniel Q95 444
Janikowski, Kim Y. Q4 45 66, 408, 454
Jann, Jennifer Q405 66, 78, 424, 429
Jann, Nicole Q425 28, 78
Jeffries, David Q 5 436, 438
Jeffries, Jennifer . Q445 408
Jellison, Bradley Q425 28
Jensen, Laurel Q4 45 408, 245
Jensen, Steven A. Q4 45 408
Jester, Keith V. Q445 56, 405, 408
Jester, Kyle Q95 8, 444
Jimenez, Lance Q425 56
Jimenez, Mathew Q15 58, 444, 476
Jimenez, Miguel Q4 5 424
Jimenez, Rita Q95 Q44 0 2
Jimenez, Rosario . Q4 4 4
Johnson, David Shawn 3405 58, 424
Johnson, Dove Q95 444
Johnson, Erik Paul 44562, 408, 476
Johnson, Heather 425 28, 34, 62
Johnson, Peter 405 424
Johnson, Rusty 425 42, 28
Johnson, Sharri L. Q405 425
Johnson, Trisha M. Q40g 425
Johnston, Jami Q405 4 5
Jolly, Jennifer Q403 425
Jones, George 4 2
Jones, Laurie Q405 52
Jones, Loretto Q4 45 408
Jones, Margaret Q425 28, 480
Jordan, Kelly Q425 28
Jorgensen, Lynn Q95 442
Jung, Jonathon D. 445 408, 460
Jungersen, Paul Q42 28
Juriaan, Kimberly D. Q4 45 408
Kabel, Wendy Q95 442
Kaminski, Marcia Q405 425
Kanzelman, Blaine Q4 45 408
Kasenberg, Kim Q402 425
Kasenberg, Kyle Q4 5 28
Katz, Joanna Q405 44, 424
Keegan, Daniel T. Q445 56, 408
Keller, Connie 498
Keniston, Kathy I. Q445 408
Kennington, William Q405 424
Kerr, Todd Michael Q4 45 408
Kettering, Steve 56, 488
Key Club 458
Key, John Howard Q425 24, 29, 46
Keyes, Melinda Q95 44
Kibby, Chad L. Q95 442
Kidder, Nancy Q4 45 408
King, Barbara A. Q405 425
King, Jeffery R. Q445 408
Kinsey, Mark Q425 29
Kirkbride, Eric M. Q4 45 56, 408
Kish, Brent P. Q445 62, 408
Klein, Kristy Q405 425
Klein, Michelle Q445 408
Klemple, Dana Q95 442
Klemple, Daniel R. Q4 45 408
Kline, Joshua J. Q95 44
Klovanick, Tara L. Q405 425
Klovanick, Ted 425 29
Knox, Karen Q40 425, 456
Kolb, Betty Ann Q4 45 408
Kolb, Holly Ann Q405 425
Koretoff, Brett Q 425 29
Korn, David Q405 425
Kosha, Kevin T. Q445 56, 408, 249
Kotula, Kevin Q95 442
Koyl, Glen 496
Krauser, Ginny 484
Krenzer, Megan Q408 425
Kroupa, Heather Q4 5 425
Kruis, Barbara 484
Krumm, Valerie J. Q95 62, 442
Kuchinsky, Mary Anne Q95 442, 456
Kuchinsky, Vickie 2425 9
Kvikstad, Becky 4 0, 492
Lacey, Gina Q425 29
Lake, John Q95 442
LaMastus, Tina Marie Q405 425
Landers, Christopher 2,402 425
Larutders, David Q425 2 , 8, 56, 455
Lane, John D. Q44 56, 408
Lane, Susan A. 9 78, 442
Lange, Julie A. 98 436, 442
Lange, Ronice Q4 5 425, 472
Lanning, Heather Q425 29, 52
Lara, Maria De La Luz Q405 425
Larsen, Tammy Q425 29, 46, 455,
Lash, Melissa L. Q405 425, 249
Laszko, Debi Q425 29
Laule, Randall Q405 52, 425
Lavato, Cynthia Q95 442
Lawrence, Jeffrey Q95 58, 442
Lawrence, Lisa: M. Q4 529, 34, 44,
46, 455, 46 , 470
Lawson, Emma Q405 425, 456, 480
Layton, Jennifer Q95 442
Layton, Scott M. Q445 408
Lazdans, Edwin Q93 442
Leander. Malin Q4 5 24, 29, 52, 455
Leclerc, Leslie Sherm Q95 442
Lee, Nathan Q405 422, 425
Lee, Sheri D. Q445 52, 408
Lehman, Greg A, Q95 442
Leigh Christopher A. Q4 45 408
Leist, Rebecca Q95 442
Lemieux, Cynthia M. Q405 52, 425
Lentz, Charles S405 425
Lentz, Keith, 4 5 9
Lentz, Laura 95 442
Lesmeister, Doug M. Q 405 425
Letterman's Club 476
Levering, Heather Q44 408
Liddle, Jonathan S. Q95 60, 442
Lincoln, Michelle Amb Q95 442
Lind, Daniel Q95 442
Lindsay, Steven B. Q95 442
Linn, Shelby Q95 442
Linton, Theral Q405 425, 478
Linville, Tami Q95 42
Lira, Derreck J. Q4 45 58, 408
Lira, James S. Q405 58, 425
Littman, Adam Q40? 425
Littman, Tamara Q 05 52, 425
Loera, Laura Q405 425
Loera, Theresa Q4 45 408
Loftus, Pete Q92 44 , 462
Loigu, Tiiu D. Q 562, 404, 442, 456
Martone, James Q9 443
Maslo, Diana J. Q40 427
Maslo, Donna M. 25 30
Mason, Patricia Q9 443
Mathewson, Jim Q 425 30
Mathias, Donovan Q405 427
Matoba, Darren T. Q405 427
Matsumoto, Dina Q95 443
Matthias, Mary Q95 443
Mattox, Cassie Q95 443
Mattox, Maxwell . Q445 409, 245
May, Tammy Q95 44
May, Willie D. Q445 409
Mayer, Margaret Q425 30, 38
McAndrews, Kenneth Q34 45 56, 409
rvlccall, Matthew E. Q4 5 427
McCammon, Amy Q95 444
McCammon, Sheryl Q425 30
McCarIey, Mathew Q405 427, 208
McLellan, Daniel S. 01054427
McClendon, Kim Q95 4
McClinton, Anthony R. Q405 426
McConkey, Robert L. Q93 44
McCusker, Tracy Q95 43 , 444
McCutcheon, Erin Q405 427
McDaniels, Carrie Q95 52, 444
Lomeli, Marina S425 29
Long, Daniel Q4 5 425
Long, Frank Q425 29
Long, Laura Q95 442
McDaniels, Marcia Ann S4 45 409
McDonald, Craig Q405 4 4, 427
McDonald, Kevin Q425 30, 60, 455
McDonald, Laura Q405 427
Miller, Steven Paul Q405 427
Miller, Thomas Andrew Q 405 427
Miller, Tres Q405 427
Milligan, Simmi L. Q425 460
Mills, Dana 426
Milton, Jeffrey Q405 427, 434
Minter, Debbie Q95 444
Miramontes, Jaime Q425 34, 56
Miranda, Cain Q95 4 4
Miranda, Noe Q42 440
Misiewicz, John 4 8
Mitchell, Anne E. Q405 427
Mitchell, Nathan Q405 427
Mitchell, Stacy L. Q4 5 440
Mitchell, Tracy M. Q4 5 440
Mnich, Axel Q405 4 7
Moccasin Staff 464
Moers, Cynthia R. Q445 440, 455
Mohr, Stephanie A. Q4 45 440
Mojado, Trina Q95 444
Moline, Cathy C. Q445 440
Molnar, Michele M. Q4? 440
Monahan, John Q05 4 7
Money, Michael rik Q445 440
Mong, Steven Q95 444
Montalbano, Anthony C. Q445 440
Montes, Felipe Q403 427
Monti, Anthony Q4 5 34
Moramarco, Pauli Q405 422, 428,
Navarro, Francisco Q95 444
Navetta, Catherine Q445 440
Nease, Debra Q95 444
Neelands, Michael N. Q405 428
Neffendorf, Gary S. Q49 440
Neffendorf, Mary Q95 4 4
Neher, Lawrence G. Q4 45 440
Neill, James R. Q405 428, 480
Nelson, Darrow A. Q95 444
Nelson, Gary S0 426
Nelson, Staci . 95 76
Nemecek, Jiri CQ4 532
Nemecek, Ra ek Q405 428
Neumann, Donja C. Q405 428, 454
Newby, John H. Q425 32
Newlan, Debra A. Q425 32
Newland, Matthew J. Q445 440
Newland, William D. Q95 445
Newsted, Tina Lea Q95 445
Nichols, Lana Q95 44
Nielsen, Edward D. Q445 440
Nino, Yolanda 95 445
Noble, Kevin Q9 445
Nolan, Jennifer Ann Q 425633
Noon, Bradley Q425 32,
Noon, Meredith D. Q95 445
Norden, Anna Q425 24, 33, 464
Norr, Paige Q405 4 8
Nunn, John W. 44 440
Pack, Erin Q405 72, 428
Longtin, Julianne Q93 442, 462
Longtin, Ron Q405 4 5
Lopez, Armando Q405 425
Lutgendorf, Gary 66, 224, 490
Macdonald, Shane Q405 426
Machado Cristina M. Q 05 42, 64,
Machado, Joseph James Q425 30,
Machado, Mary F. Q4 45 408
Maciel, Adam G. Q44 408, 204
Mackenzie, Shane Q9 442, 58
Mackus, Michael H. Q405 427
Macy, Bill 488
Madsen, Katrina Q95 442
Magallanes, Santos J. Q445 408
Magdaleno, Angeles Q 425 30, 458
Magdalena, Patricia Q405 427
Magee, Colleen Noel Q445 408
Magee, Susan Theresa Q445 408
Maggard, Millie 424, 422, 496
Mahon, Patricia A. Q95 442
Mahoney, Michelle Q92 442
Mohr, Kevin Q93 60, 4 3
Mahr, Melissa . Q 425 30
Maile, Eric H. QM? 58, 427
Maldonado, Pe ro Q05 58, 427
Manley, David Q405 2, 427
Mann, Gregory A. Q95 58, 443
Manning, Patrick J. Q425 30, 56
Marquez, Teresa Q95 4 3
Marrone, Michael T. Q4 43 409
Marrone, Vance Q95 44
Marsh, James 56, 443
Christopher J. Q4 45 62, 409 ,
Craig A. Q95 443, 456
Daniel Q95 43
Farmin Q95 427, 462
McDowell, Kevin D. Q405 58, 427,
McDowell, Kristal Q95 444, 468
McGuire, Judith Q95 444
McGuire, Patrick A. Q445 52, 409
McHolland, James M. Q 45 409
Mclnerny, Christian S95 58, 444
Mclver, John Q405 4 7
McKay, Gregg Q405 427
McKeighan, Brian P. Q95 444
McKenzie, Lori Ann Q 5 409
McKinley, Lani Q425 0
McKinniss, Jonathan Q93 444
McKnight, Lana Q405 4 7
McLaughlin, Sherri D. Q445 409
McLemore, Shawnee M. Q95 444
McNutt, Melissa Q95 64, 78, 444
Mcggieen, Douglas S. Q4 45 56, 409,
McQueen, Melissa L. 44 43, 409
McVey, Eric Andrew 44 4, 56, 56,
Meade, Darryn R. Q445 440
Medina, Frank Q425 3 , 56
Meehan, Joy Q405 427
Meers, Ranel Q425 30, 32, 207
Meister, Erik D. Q425 30, 32, 464
Mellano, Maria Q405 427
Mellano, Michael M. Q4 45 440
Mendez, Luis Q405 42
Mendez, Salvador Q95 444
Mergele, Gregory Q95 444
Messmann, Drewg C? 52, 427
Metcjalf, Diane Q4 5 7, 78, 476,
Metzger, John C. Q4 43 440
Metzger, Lynn Q405 4 7
Metzger, Vanessa Q95 444
Meyer, Mark R. Q415 440
Meza, Lucille Q95 4 4
Michaelian, Mark Q405 58, 76, 427
Mick, Darryl Ray Q 25 30
Mick, Kay 422, 496
Mick, Lori Kay Q445 66, 440, 464
Mickanin, Tamara Q405 427
Mielke, Blair 40 52, 427
Moramarco, Tony Q405 76, 428
Morel, Roby Q42 3
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, lrene Q 5 444
Debora J. Q 425 34, 36, 62,
Ricardo Q95 444, 444
William H. Q425 32
Morones, Kim Q95 444
Morones, Loren Q 405 428
Norte, Edward Q95 445
Nunn, Ricky Q95 445
Oates, Kristen Q445 64, 409, 456,
Ober, David Q95 445
Ober, James K. QE44 62, 440
Ocegueda, Luz . 445440
Morris, Dean R. QJ45 440
Morris, Loretta Q 5 444, 428
Morrison, Stephanie A. Q445 440
Morrow, Thomas Q95 444
Mortensen, Ron Q 05 428
Motley, David J. Q14 5242, 247
Moyer, Lars C. 4 428
Moyer, Marion 40 428, 476
Mudd, Stacy M. Q95 439, 444
Mullett, Jennifer L. Q4 45 440
Mullett, Vivian L. Q95 444
Mulligan, Matthew Joh Q 425 4, 32,
Mullins, Kirk Q445 60, 440
Mumford, Ken 422, 496
Munck, Nicole Q95 444
Mundell, Kelly Q4 552, 428, 476
Munguia, Ignacio Q95 444
Munoz, Irma Q40 428
Munoz, Ramon 295 444
Munro, Pam 486
Munson, Janet F. Q4 465 52, 440, 474
Munyon, Christine Q4 5 48, 428, 204
Munyon, Michelle Q95 68, 444
Murillo, Roy Conrad 34? 58, 428
Murillo, Victor Q425 3 , 6
Murphy, Matthew Q95 435, 460, 470
Murray, Barbara Q445 440, 444
Murray, Lisa C. Q425 66, 428
Oder, Tim 488
Ogilvie, Grant Q95 445
Douglas John Q4 45 56, 405,
Kristina Q95 445
TammyQ 5 446
Anna Q445 52, 440
Myers, Douglas Q4 5 28, 32, 450,
1 James Q9 5 436
MichaelQ 05 428
Roger Eric Q445 440
Olthoff, Scot Allen 40 428
Opean, Elizabeth Q4 5 2, 455, 464
Ord, Eric Q95 58, 60, 440
Orozco, Angelica Q405 428
Orozco, Karen Mic el Q95 446
Orozco, Miguel Q95 446
Orozco, Tim Gary Q4 45 440
Orr, Eve Susanne Q405 428
Ortiz, Yvette Q95 446
Osborn, Dean P. Q445 440
Osborn, Elizabeth A. S95 446
Ostgaard, Ryan JKQ4 5 428
Overbay, Sandra . Q405 428
Olivas, JoseQ 05 425i g
Pack, Jeffrey F. QJ95 58, 446
Pac, Tom 56, 49
Pagett, Shawn M. Q445 440
Palmer, Jennifer R. S75 446
Palmer, Stephanie nn Q405 66,
Pankey, Christina L. Q445 57, 440
Ignacio 405 427, 462
Martin, Jason Q4iO5 62, 449, 427
Martinette, Lisa Anne Q4 45 409
Martinetti, EvetteQ915 443
Jose T. Q4 5409
Luke Q445 409
Marina Q05 427
Norma . Q445 409
Silvia Q44? 2
Tommy 405 427
Anne 2425 34, 455, 464, 470
Miller, Carrie Q4 5 427
Miller, Erin K. 42 24, 34, 34, 66, 470
Miller, Erin S. 425 34, 66, 456, 464
Miller, Holly 6
Miller, Katherine E. Q95 444
Miller, Mindy Q42 3
Miller, Rachelle 425 34
, Sherri Q95 444
Nagaran, Mike 490
Nash, Celeste Q95 444
Nash, Eva Q425 3
Navarro, Dannielle Q95 444
Navarro, Delia Tellez Q445 440
Pantoja, Rosa Marla Q445 440
Paoli, Jeremy J. 95 446
Marites Q98 446
Parada, Carolina Q425 33
Deborah M. Q95 446
Parker, Donald C. Q95 446
Parker, Michael Q405 60, 428
Parker, Mike Q445 440
Parker, Patti Q425 33
Parker, Suki L. C115 111
Parris, James R. C 15 111
Parris, Richard C1035 62, 128
Parry, Douglas C1 5 128
Parry, Walt 188
Parson, Christopher C105 128
Patton, Jessica C95 146
Paul, Alan C95 146
Paul, Lance Wayne C95 146
Paul. Lance C125 3
Pearson, Patricia C95 146
Pechin, Monica Lynn C105 55, 128,
Pechin, Polly C95 146
Peck, Leslie C125 33
Pedretti, Robyn C95 146
Peer Counseling 176
Pendleton, Kevin C935 146
Pendleton, Mike C1 5 128
Penn, Tony C105 128
Penn, Tyrone C105 128
Penseyres, Kristi C95 146
Pep Club 156
Peretti, Stacey M. C95 146
Raahauge, Jason C105 129
Rahman, Jafar C105 1 8, 130
Rahman, Muhamad I, C115 112
Rainey. Brian C95 146
Raley, Andrea C95 146
Anna Maria C105 129
Carlos C95 146
Gabriela C95 146
Juana C105 130
Patricia C105 130
Steve C325 28, 34
Ramos, Irma C125 34, 64
Ramos, Ronnie C125 8, 34, 56
Rash, Jeffrey S, C1 5 34
Rast, Louis C. C115 112
Ray, D'ann C95 139, 146
Rayl, Kirsten C103 48, 129
Rea, Holly C1 5 4, 48, 160
Reader's Guild 176
Reczek, Stephen L. C12 34, 56
Redmon, Rebecca A. 115 112
Reed, Stephanie C125 34
Regal, Bill 182
Juvenal C95 146
Rigoberto . 115 111
Samuel C95 146
Stephanie C105 66, 128, 129
VeronicaC 05 128
Peterman, Stacy Rae C115 111, 162
Peterson, Carolyn 186
Peterson, Carri C125 33
Peterson, Jennifer C95 146
Peterson, Tracy M, C115 111
Pfeifle, Bradley A. C95 58, 146
Phillips, Caryn Anne C3115 48, 111
Phillips, Debora C125 3
Kelly T.C 5 148
Beverly C125 33
Edward C95 146
Pierson, Warren . C115 54, 60, 111
Piescer, Mike C95 60, 146
Pina, Arthur R. C125 33
Pinedo, Laura C95 146
Pinnix, William C105 128
Piper, April E. C115 111
Pipes, Timothy S. C115 111
Pizano, Rafael C112 111
Pizano, Rosalina C 25 33
Pizano, Rubicelia C95 146
Plechner, John F. C115 111
Poliandro, James Vinc C105 58, 128
Poling, Chemene C95 1 6, 156, 180
Pollard, Stephanie D. C125 33, 48,
Pollard, William C105 56, 128
Ponce, Norma C125 33
Pope, Juanita K. C115 111
Pope, Susan Elise C95 146
Port, Gerry 58, 18
Post, CherRon M. C103 52, 128
Post, Dwayne C123 5
Powell, Robert C1 5 128
Pozanter, Linda 186
Price, Christina C105 128
Primicerio, Paul L. C115 56, 111
Priola, Steven C95 146
Puckett, Craig S. C115 112, 133, 219
Purcell. Denise C125 33
Putnam, Marcus A. C95 146
Quinones, Linda C105 129
Quisenberry, Kathryn C95 146
Quisenberry, Larry C105 129
Reich, Ted C115 56, 112
Reichardt, Darcelle C125 34, 66
Reid, Michael D. C115 112, 156, 176
Reid, Michelle E105 130, 176
Reinsch, Vicki . C115 112
Reisinger, Annette L. C115 112, 172
Reyes, Joe 192
Reynoso, Anthony J. C115 56, 112,
Reynoso, Richard C125 35
Rice, Kevin C105 130
Rice, Kristina 'C95 146
Richardson, ike 76
Richerson, Lori Ann C425 35
Rico, March C105 13
Riddle, Tracy C125 35
Riden, David A, C105 130
Rienstra, Bill 196
Rienstra, Lisa C95 146
Riese, Jeff C125 26, 35
Riese, Jennifer C95 146
Rife, Michelle C125 35
Ringkamp, Mark Chris C105 130
Rink, Scott C105 130
Rink, Stephen R. C115 112
Rios, Barbara C105 1 0
Rios, Cecilia C115 112
Rios, Jose C95 1 7
Ritcheson, Aaron 105 58, 129
Ritchge, Jeffrey D. 115 56, 105, 108,
Rittenhouse, Trever D. C115 52, 112
Ritter, John F. C115 102, 109, 113,
Ritter, Melissa Julia C105 124, 130
Rivera, Roy C12 35
Roach, Derrick 125 35, 56
Roach, Stephanie G. C115 113
Roberts, Scott A. 105 129
Roberts, William 98 147
Robertson, Julie C95 147
Robertson, Tracey I. C115 113
Robinson, Dennis C105 130
Robinson, Michael D. C125 56
Rocco, Vanessa C95 147
Rocha, Ada Gabriela C115 113
Rocha, Maria Dela Luz C95 147
Rocha, Nora C95 147
Rocha, Rosie C95 147
Rockwood, James C95 58, 147
Rodgers, Julie Marie C25 35, 48, 164
Rodrigues, Betty M. C1 5 35, 48, 164
Rodriguez. Frances C105 130
Rodriguez, Norma C95 147
Rodriguez, Raymond C105 129, 130
Rodriguez, Robert C105 130
Rodeiguez, Rosa M. C115 178
Rodriguez, Sophia C95 147
Rodriquez, Sergio C95 147
Roggow, Jennifer S95 147
Roggow, Sheila C1 5 35, 64, 156
Rojas, Alicia C12 35, 72
Rojas, Leticia C9 148
Role Playing Gamers 176
Rollrt, Stephen C125 35, 60, 155, 158
Roll, Doug C125 35
Rollins, Lawrence 4, 148
Rollins, Sylvia C125 , 43, 48
Romano, Sarah C125 32, 35
Romascan. Joann C5105 129
Romero, Leia C125 5
Ropes, Jeff 190
Rosas, Agustin C105 130, 208
Rose, Randy C95 148
Rose, Rick C95 148
Roseen, Paul A. C115 113
Rossi, John A. C95 148
Roth, Corinna C95 68. 78, 148
Rouse, Jim C95 148
Rudd, Cheryl R. C105 130
Ruksenas, Alexandra C125 35. 52,
Ruksenas, Cynthia C105 52, 130
Rumble, Sheri C95 5 , 148
Ruble, Stephen C125 36
Rune, Sandy C125 36
Rusk, Jason Michael 2105 119, 129
Russell. Adrian C95 14
Russell, Curtis C 05 130
Russell, Joshua C95 148
Russell, Paul C95 148
Russell, Xavier C105 58, 129, 160
Rutan, Thomas M. C115 60, 113
Rysewyk, Lee C3125 14, 36, 56, 80.
155, 170, 17
Sage, Michael G. 11 113
Sagers, John H. C1 5 0, 113, 162,
Sagers, Judson C95 148. 168. 176
Saindon, Brian C95 148
Salazar, Dimas C95 148
Salerno, Luke C125 36, 60, 155
Salinas, Lupe C105 126
Salinas, Raul C115 113
Saltz, Mark A. C115 113
Sanchez, Gina Lee C115 113
Sanchez. Kimberly C125 36
Sanchez, Maricela C95 148
Sanchez, Sheri C105 130
Sandschulte, Jack 184
Sandschulte, Launa C105 68, 130
Santana, Rosa C105 130
Santiago, Leithua C105 130
Santos, Mere 192
Santoyo, Arturo 178, 192
Saour, Salim C115 113
Sayler, Michael C95 58, 148
Scalf, Jimmy Dean C115 56, 113
Schattschneider F. 162, 196
Schiller, Hydee R, C103 129, 130
Schiller, Nola E. C1 Q2 6
Schipono. Debra C 5 52, 148
Schlater, Wendy I. C95 148
Schmid, Jonelle C105 130
Schoenfliess, Anita C105 130
School Board 184
Schrimpf, David C125 36, 60
Schuler, Heidi C125 36, 62
Schulte, Heather 66, 182. 198
Schumacher, Christine C115 113
Schurr, Richard J, C95 148
Schwartz, Marilyn J, C122 36
Scott, John C115 113, 2 2
Scott. John H. C115 113, 212
Scott, Josette C105 130, 130
Scott, Pauline C95 8
Scrape, Katheryn D. C115 113
Seinturier, Wendy L. C115 48, 113,
Sage, Jonathan C? 148
Seith, Wendv C105 130
Seitz, Russeli C95 148, 176
Sering, Richard C95 148
Serna, Joseph C 5 148
Serrato, Epigmenio C105 130
Serrato, Maribel C95 58, 148
Schaeffer, Steve C125 36
Shaw, Everett W. C95 148
Shea, Robert A. C115 56, 105. 113
Shea, Bill 190
Shepard, Rusty C125 156
Sherman, Lyn 196
Sherman, Robert C105 58, 130
Shimokubo, Elizabeth C115 113
Shimokubo, Takako N. C105 130
Shirley, Lori D. C115 113
Shisler, Amy C93 64, 148
Shisler, Lara C1 5 17. 36, 64, 155
Shobe, Craig C105 130
Shores, Tricia C105 124, 129, 130
Showers, Darren B. C115 113
Showers, Rachel R. C115 113
Siebenforcher, David C93 148
Seibenforcher, Doub C1 5 36
Siegfried, Shari C105 1 0
Silva, Alma C95 148
Silva, Belem C1035 130
Silva, Leticia C1 5 130
Sim, Sophal C 05 130
Sim. Sopheak C95 148
Simmerson, Lee K, C105 130, 176
Simmonds, Paul A. C115 113
Simrtgons, Cheryl Lynn C115 62, 158,
Simonowich, Tisha C102 52, 130
Simpson, Erin G. C31 5 13
Singer, Jeff A. C1 5 130
Singleton, Elizabeth C105 130
Sisel, Andrea C95 68, 148
Sisel, Julie C105 130
Sisson, Donald L. C105 131
Ska, Boiz 30, 110, 127, 129
Skiffington, Lisa A. C115 68, 113
Sloman, Archie Ray C985 148
Smigiel, Robert C95 14
Annie C95 148
Arthur C125 36, 56
Curtis C125 14, 36
Greg C125 36, 56
Haven C95 148
Jacqueline 8105 131
Jason O. C1 5131
Karlin C105 62, 131
Kerri C Og 131
Scott C125 37
Sheran C102 131
Stacy C95 48
Snavely, Michael C125 37
Snelson, Robert L. C115 113
Sniffen, Shannon C105 131
Snively, Eric C95 1 8
Snyder, Debbie Y. C115 113
Snyder, Michelle C95 148
Soccer, Boys 70
Soccer, Girls 72
Soper, John C123 37
Soper, Robert C 5 148, 168
Sorensen, Jeffrey C95 148
Soto. Cecilia C115 113
Soto, Raul C95 148
Sou, Bopharath C95 148
Sousa, Matthew K. 148
Spaeth, Karen C125
Spanish Club 180
Spears. Shawn C95 148
Speech Club 176
Spellman, Julie C125 5, 14, 37, 64
Spence, Anthony C. C115 113
Spence, Wendy C95 148
Spicer, Carla A. C113 113
Spiegl, Angela M. C 5 148, 160, 180
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Spiekerman, Traci Q95 448
Spieth, Robert Q405 434
Spillard, Steven J. Q445 443
Stafford, Curt Q95 448
Star, Vanessa Q425 37, 460, 462
Steffler, Mark 66
Steinbaugh, Leif Eric Q4 45 56
Stenlund, Krista Q40g 68, 434
Stenlund, Marie 48
Stepanow, Robert Q405 60, 432
Stephen, Sean Q95 8, 438
Tobin, Diane M. Q445 444
Tognoli, Gina Q405 432
Tognoli, Robert J. Q445 52, 444
Tomaskevitch, Tanya 24? 39
Tomlinson, John Q425 3 , 6, 468
Toogire, Robert Q4 5 56, 404, 444,
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Christina Q95 450
Stephen, Steve Q405 58, 76, 432
Sterger, Tim W. Q445 443
Stevens, Billy Joe Q4 45 443
Stevens, Sandra N. Q445 78, 443
Stewart, Jennifer Q95 448
Stewart, Keri Q95 448
Stewart, Shannon Q4 45 443
Stewart, Susan D. Q425 37
Stewart Tamae Q405 432
Torres, Irma Q95 45
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Traner, Noah Q 405 432
Trout, Lee Q405 432
Trevino, Christopher Q4 45 56
Tripp, Cydney Q445 444
Tripp, Randall J, Q425 39, 56
Troilo, Jim A. Q445 444
Trombetta, Stephen T. Q 425 39
Trotter, Tiffany A, S4435 444
Youngs, Dina Jo S95 454
Stinton, Amy Q405 432, 480
Stocker, Heidi Q95 448
Stockman, Richard B. Q405 432
Stockton, Gina M. Q445 443
Stokes, Cliff 56, 496
Strategos, Stefani S. Q905 448
Strebin, Tony Parrish Q4 5 432
Streicher, Carl R. Q425 3 , 46, 60
Stromsoe, Jenni A. Q4? 443
Stromsoe, Suzanne Q4 5 38
Strubbs, Perry Q425 38, 470
Student Council 70
Stull, Michael C. Q445 443
Sullivan, Curtis L. Q4 45 444
Sullivan, Cynthia M. Q4 45 64, 443,
Summers, Kathryn S. Q445 48, 444
Suon, Samna Q44 444
Suraci, Anthony 425 460
Suraci, Carrie Sue Q405 432
Sutliff, Tara Naomi Q 403 432
Swayne, Robert A. Q4 15 38
Sweet, Michael Q405 4 2
Sweetman, David Q95 448
Swehla, Shaune Q95 456
Swenson, Stephen W. Q425 38
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Swimming, Girls 98
Sybrandy, Sybren R. Q445 444
Tackitt, Chris Q95 450, 476
Talamantes, Marie L. Q405 432
Trout, Barbie D. Q4 5 9, 460, 207
Trujillo, Christopher Q405 432
Trujillo, Kathy Q425 39, 62, 78, 456,
Trujillo, Laurie Q05 66, 78, 432, 454
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Reymundo Q95 450
Trull, Dick 488
Tucker, Chris S. Q4 45 9, 45, 407, 444,
Turano, Troy Q95 450
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Jason Q425 38, 56
Jody L. Q445 444
Stacy Q405 52, 432
Tristan J. Q445 52
Turiace, Michael Q95 450
Turley, Karen M. Q445 48, 444, 456
Tuiargir, Joseph W. Q4 45 76, 444, 458.
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Ungerbiller, Mark Q 425 39
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Uriostigue, lrineo QJJ45 5 , 444
Urner, Dana Q95 4 O, 455
Urner, Karyn H. Q445 444, 455
Vaananen, Mikko Q425 24, 39, 450,
Valencia, Marco Q95 58, 450
Van Gorder, Tanya T. Q4 45 444,
VanHuss, Christopher Q93 52, 450
Vanderlaan, Holly Q425r 9, 456, 464
Vanderlaan, Michael . Q425 39
Veale, Eric Q95 450
Veale, Gerogia A. Q4 45 444
Vega, Sophia Q95 4 0
Velasco, Lucia M. Q44c5 444
Venegas, Irma Q425 3 , 472
Ventris, Paige J. Q445 66, 444
Verboom, Amanda Q93 450, 480
Verdon, Daniele Q425 9, 68, 460
Vicory, Shirley 45
Vidaca, David R. Q445 444
Villa, Cindy Q425 3
Villalobos, Rafael Q40 432
Villalpando, Juan . M45 444
Villarreal, Guadalupe Q95 450
Villarreal, Manuel Q405 58, 432
Villasenor, Regina L. Q 445 444
Vincent, Paul Q405 52, 4 2
Viscosi, Tony Q445 444
Vlasek, Timothy L. Q405 432
Voorhis, Janine Q405 432
Voorhis, Jolena Q425 40, 52, 460,
Vranich, James G. Q425 40
Wabannsee, Wallace E. Q405 432
Waddell, Mark Q95 450
Wade, Thad Q? 450
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Wald, Robert Q95 450
Waite, Bill 68, 498
Waite, David S. Q445 444,247
waliefield, Sandy Q405 432
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Walker, Andrew Q95 58, 442, 450
Walker, David C. Q445 444
Walker, Melissa Cabot Q445 444
Wallace, Bruce Q425 40
Walter, Lisa Q95 50
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Warner, Beth Q405 6 , 47, 432
Warner, Jamison S. QJ45 52, 60, 444
Warner, Shannon Q4 5 432
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Water Polo 60
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Jeffrey Q405 8, 432
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RobertQ 5 450
Jeanie 95 450
Jill A. Q44 52, 444
Terry, Allyson L. Q445 444, 444
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Thomas, Robert 484
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Thorman, Douglas D. Q95 450
Thorner, Bill Q425 38
Thornton, Scot Q 425 38
Tiebout, Charles E. Q95 450
Tierney, Pauline Q 405 432
Tippit, Jill Q425 38, 4 0
Tiso, Philip A. Q445 62, 462, 466
Vanevery, Richard M. Q445 56, 58,
Vanhaeren, Vincent Q4 45 444
Vanyo, Mike 498
Vanho, Scott M. 445 444,242
Weber, Judith Q4 5 52, 432
Wedeking, Daniel Q95 450
Weishaar, Eric 295 50
Weiss, Julie J. Q 5 52, 450
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Werts, Ngatokorua M. Q405 64, 72,
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Vanzandt, Ansel 405 442, 432
Vanzuyen, Brent 405 432
Vanzuyen, Mark Q425 39
Varela, David Q405 432
Varela, Susana Q95 450
Vargas, Jose Q95 72
Vargas, Leonard A. Q445 56, 444
Vargas, Ronald Q95 58
Vasquez, Alex Q 45 444
Vasquez, Sandra Q 425 39, 443
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Whedon, Jim Q425 422
Whedon, Michelle Q405 433
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Wheeler, Stephanie Q95 450
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White, John atrick Q425 40
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Yoon, Jimmy Q445 6, 445, 468, 480
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Zagarella, Gina Q95 454
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Zapata, Jorge Q42g 44
Zapata, Leticia Q4 5 433
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Zeigler, Christopher Q445 445, 462
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Zimmerle, Patrick . Q445 445
Zuckerman, Wendy Q95 454
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Zudis, Keri Q405 433
Zumwalt, Elen L. Q? 454
Zungigalt, Raymon Q425 44, 450,
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Zumwalt, Steven J. Q 05 433
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Zuna, Jamie Q425 44
Zuniga, Liliana Q 5 44
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Ag Grove Managements
Main Street Broiler
Fallbrook Christian Book Center
Fallbrook Camera Shop
The Bargain Bulletin
Fallbrook, Dana Johnson,
Rainbow Sign Co.
Good Old Mr. Burton
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