Foothill High School - Equi Yearbook (Sacramento, CA)
- Class of 1987
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Bye Bye Summer -
School's In Session
s the sun-filled days
of summer began to
drift away, it came
time to return once
again to school. All too soon, that
dreaded morning of registration had
arrived. Seniors and juniors impa-
tiently waited to enter the arena, only
to be faced with the frustration that
registration always brings. Some left
satisfied with their finalschedule, oth'
ers left disappointed, and still others
departed with no schedule at alll Ev-
erything eventually worked out,
though, and all students had some
type of schedule by the time that first
day rolled around. Wandering weari-
ly from class to class, friendships
were renewed and summer vacation
stories were shared. It didn 't take
long for the Mustangs to adapt to the
rigorous school schedule that was all
too familiar. Freshmen, however,
were faced for the first time with the
reality of high school, which they
eventually became accustomed to.
The sophomores returned, relieved
to have finished their freshman year
and move up to a new status. Juniors
came back to school faced with diffi-
cult classes, but with anticipation for
their nearing senior year. Returning
for the last time, seniors were ex-
cited, happy, sad, and confused all at
the same timel Each student had
some reason to celebrate the return
to school for the 1987 year.
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Orange and Black Attack
omething very black, orange,
enthusiastic, and uncontrolla-
bly contagious overtook the
Foothill campus this year. It
was. of course, the mighty Mustang spirit. Stu-
dents became more involved'by pdrticipating
in morale-boosting activities such as rallies,
dress-up days, games and dances. Spo?ting the
orange and black look, the Mustangs toio their
spirit to th Rowdiness and exgt ment
usually gave wa respectable and somewhat
sane craziness. S ior spirit was at its best.in
1987, and most evi nt through their contin-
ual domination of t irit stick. Egch class,
however, conigibuted to he unifiedhspirit that
everyone was hooke n throughout the
school"yegr. Cheering, ye in , nd stomping
their way to victory, stficknts, any certain
class, butfor the entire school, cele r ed their
one-of-afkmd Mustang splrit. ' n
spirited class of 1987.
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1. The mighty class of 1987 explodes with
enthusiasm after winning the spirit stick at the
first rally, 2. Brett McBay "psychs himself up
for the big game by attending the rally 3
Sophomores show what it's all about: s-p 1 r 1 t
4. Senior Charlene Hennigan instructs fresh
man Jennifer Addison on the proper rally
gear. 5. A shower of confetti falls over the
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Friendships to Last a Lifetime
Ithough high school is an
institution for learning, it is
also a place wh , eJasting
friendships a 5 found.
Friends that are made during the four years
at Foothill will have a lasting impression on
our lives. When school signs to be just too
much to hq,pajLg,,.friends provide the neces-
sary Riersion .gsease the tensions. Lunch-
time, between cigfges, and after school are
times for doing siecial things together and
making euerlastingjinemories. Through the
good and the badgtimes it is those special
friends that will alwqiiys be there. When the
high school ywjs ardfouer and all must part
to go their separate digys, the zfbratable
memories of those special friendships that
were formed will always remain.
Qgiw' 1. Trina Ogden and Cindy Lively laugh at a
sunshine during lunchtime.
friends joke. 2. Kendra Morris. Bryan An
drews. John Mendiola. and Sabrina Phillips
relax for a few minutes at the end of lunch 3
Joey Souuignier loans Robby Jones notes to
prepare for a test. 4. Chris Sain and Curtis
LaBay strike a pose for the Equi photographer
5. Laura Morford and Lisa Rowan bask in the
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Give New Meaning lo
the trend set in previous years, the Mus-
all boundaries in the fashion scene.
the past were mixed with current styles
some bizarre combinations, No one style
ve dominance. Some chose the casual
their way into the
some girls opted for
more elaborate fashions, Accessories
bracelets, handbags, hats, and watches were a
names including Guess, Forenza, Bugle Boy,
Local Motion, and even Reebok made
of fashion conscious students. Although
punk hairstyles, longer hair also made a
tails and the use of the banana comb
were popular. For the guyslihort hair was in. Variations included flat
tops, long bleached bangs, patterns shaved on the head, and some-
times even different colored streaks. Use of hair products such as
mousses, gels, glazes, hairsprays, and color washes helped to create
the styles for both girls and guys. 1987 proved to be a year of
celebratable fashion trends.
1. Tara Zelinsky stands out in the crowd wearing her patterned sweater with matching scarf. 2.
Aaron Sage looks great with his layered hairstyle. 3. Tim Thompson and R
entertain Tim Moore and Jody James during lunch.
1. Heather Newcomb and Joey Souuignier
scan ouer some notes during lunch. 2. Fixing
her hair. Dorene Austin strolls down the hall
on her way to class.
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their school spirit, but also gave them a welcome
break from the school regimen. The Mustangs partici-
pated in the yearls several rallies, assemblies, dances
and games. Special activities included Homecoming,
Powder Puff Football, and lunchtime competitions and
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1. The juniors breathe rnore freely knowing
that their float is near completion. 2. Ryan
Streeper and Shannon Lynch work diligently
on the junior float. 3. Hoping to win the first
place trophy. Gretchen Lowell and Shannon
Lynch add some final details 4. Driving up for
Lhejudging is the sophomore float. "Snoopy "
5. The jubilant seniors stand proud by their
creation. 6. Wearing his sunglasses. 'Durnbou
tries to impress the judges 7. Maggie Flack.
Stephanie Wright. and Cecilia Luna put some
final pornps on their float 8. Mike Gallagher
adds one final touch to the beautifully conf
structed seniorfloat. 9, Confident ofa win, the
sophomores' "Snoopy" kicks back.
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The 1986 homecoming floats
were created around the theme HThe
Wonderful World of Animationfl
The seniors constructed the WaltDis-
ney character 'iDumbo," the juniors
built i'The Jetsons, " the sophomores
made 'iSnoopy," and the freshmen
were unable to complete a float for
the competition. Those Mustangs
who were able to complete a float
were very creative in their choice of
materials. They used pomps, wire,
wood, Spray paint, card board, ana'
most of all plenty of spirit, The final
judging was made by a combination
of local merchants ana' junior high
school teachers. The seniors' four
years of experience was apparent as
they won first prize in the float com-
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to win and I feel we're strong
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HI think the juniors are under-
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1. Front row: Coaches K. Broadbent. D.
Krueger. 2nd row: D. Cruz. T. Buchanan. M.
Cooper. K. Williamson. T Baldizan. M. Ste-
fani. D Nelson. K. Newell. Buck row: E Elliott.
L. Rice. V. Bricker. C. Cagle. K. Williams. E.
Pulos. S. Daw. B. Ohlson. S. Phillips. 2. Tonya
Lewis and Allison Stoutejurnp for "the high 5"
between plays. 3. The juniors crowd around
their coach to devise a new strategy for moving
the ball. 4. The juniors ana' seniors go nose to
nose in a hard fought contest. 5. Dennis Todd
gives support from the sidelines. 6. The action
gets furious as a pass play is broken up. 7.
Cheerleaders: J. Downing. F. Harris. R Soik.
M. Prosser. B. Grewell: Front row: C. Crooms.
A. Stoute: 2nd row: C. Hennigan. J. Sims. B.
Varner. D. Beeken. M. McCormick. A. Stark:
Back row: N. Melson. S. Thompson. T. Lewis.
S. McElroy. S. Bell. M. Sicotte. C. Brown. H.
Ulrey. 8. Cheerleaders. Robert Soik and
Sparky Harris. concentrate on the action on
the field. 9. Bridgette Varner moves down the
field with Tonya Lewis leading the way. 10. Ms.
Mills gives constructive criticism to Veronica
22 JUNIOR-SENIOR POWDFR PUFF
From the start of the game, when
the seniors drove 55 yards and
scored on Holly Ulrey's 12-yard
touchdown pass from Tonya Lewis, it
was obvious there was going to be a
junior massacre. Although putting
forth a lot of effort. the juniors were
having trouble moving the ball. Three
of junior quarterback Elaine Elliott's
passes were intercepted by the op-
posing seniors, By half-time the sen-
iors had rolled up a score of 20-0 and
never looked back.
As the second half began, the sen-
iors kicked off to the juniors who
could not move the ball. The dooms-
day defense of the seniors forced the
juniors to punt in three plays. Tonya
Lewis. Holly Ulrey, and Cathy Brown
turned in outstanding offensive per-
formances for the seniors. By the end
of the game. the seniors' offense had
racked up 25 points while the de-
fense held thejuniors scoreless to the
1. Students dash madly back and forth with
their balloons in the "Balloon Blow Up and
Pop" contest, 2. Jason Walker. John Down'
ing. and Don Lozo get wrapped up in their
work." 3, Jason Wharton, Jason Edwards.
Greg Scrwner. Jason Vernon. Wayne Ben-
nett. and Robby Jones haue the right stuff. 4.
During the lunch time activities. Joe Ramirez
gets friendly with an orange. 5, Anna Pozdyn
appears to be Henropturedu during Home-
coming actiuities, 6 T.J. Barr does a mock
interview with Michelle Murray. 7. Selling flow-
ers during Homecoming week. Tricia King.
Gretchen Lowell. and Natalie Taylor have a
friendly argument ouer who is going to become
the Homecoming queen. 8 Steve Kinsey sets
up the marquee for upcoming euents. 9. Jeff
Marks and Shane Medina entertain spectators
during their lunch break, 10, Lyndale Hullum
and Derek l.aDay show off their talent at the
24 HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY AND WEEK
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Spirit week and the Homecoming
assembly once again provided an ex-
citing diversion for all of Foothills
students. Each day of the week, dur-
ing lunch. a different activity oc-
curred to amuse and arouse the spirit
of students for the Homecoming
game against Encina. Each day the
student body was encouraged to
dress up as a different cartoon char-
acter. Monday, "Mickey Mouse
Day." a donut eating contest was
held. Unfortunally this activity was
held only during first lunch because
some unworthy soulls hunger got out
of hand and took all the donuts,
Tuesday the "Balloon Blow Up and
Pop" contest was held. Some spirited
students dressed green in Gumby
style. The "Orange Passfpreviously
called the i'Potato Pass," was held
on Wednesday. Several blue faces
were seen during the day imitating the
lovable Smurfs. And finally the "Toi-
let Paper Wrap" was held on game
day. In order to encourage fans to
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come out to the game, students were
asked to dress in the schools colors.
Once again the seniors won a major-
ity of the Homecoming competitions.
At the Homecoming assembly on
Wednesday night. several students
had the opportunity to showcase
their talents. Jason Wharton, Jason
Edwards, Greg Scrivner, Jason Ver-
non, Wayne Bennett, and Robby
Jones, as the HOutrightous Broth-
ers," sang their version of HYou7ve
Lost That Loving Feeling." This was
followed by Morgan Bray and Tony
Velasquez doing a rap that turned,
more or less, into an inaudible head-
banger concert. Derek LaDay per-
formed with Lyndale Hullum singing
'iHome" from the t'Wizard of Oz."
Then the night ended with Jamie
Lane performing 'Aln the Ghetto, " an
old Elvis tune.
Most students felt that the Home-
coming activities were a huge suc-
cess, thanks to a job well done by the
1, Trying to gain time for a pass by scrambling
out of the pocket is quarterback. Jason Ed-
wards. 2. Freshmen hope to gain upperclass-
men recognition by whooping it up at the rally.
3. The juniors get rowdy as they show off their
masks, balloons. and noisernakers, 4. Ed
Vaughn and John Mendiola get into the swing
of things as they warm up for the spirit compe-
tition, 5. Directing his blockers and gaining
yards all the same. Dwayne Owens stampedes
down the field, 6. Matt Colby and Jason Whar-
ton conjure up images of Mardi Gras as they
go wild at the Homecoming rally. 7 Tina Reyn-
olds. Curtis LaBay. and Rob Wamsley stir up
enthusiasm as they wait for the spirit competi'
tion to begin 8 Jubilanl Mustangs get carried
away by the spirit, 9 Celebrating their win.
senior Greg Scriuner does the Ucowbell boo-
gie."1U. The seniors spirit soars after winning
the spirit stick 11 Sophomores glue it their
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As in the past, and at other rallies,
the Mustangs flaunted their awesome
spirit during the 1986 Homecoming
rally. Each class. even the freshmen.
participated in the cheerleader-
picked competitions, with hopes of
becoming the victor. Again. as in the
past, the dominating seniors proved
to the rest who was the best by taking
possession ofthe much wanted spirit.
Even though everyone didn 't emerge
victorious at the rally. spirits werent
dampened and overall school spirit
was carried over to the Homecoming
Throughout the game, the Mus'
tangs stampeded over the Enciria
Apaches leaving their hoofmarks and
a score of 51-7 behind them. Jason
Edwards, the Mustangs talented sen-
ior quarterback. said, "The whole
team played a good game. We want'
ed to impress everyone because it
was a league-opener and we were
extremely psyched up due to the fact
that it was Homecoming." The Mus-
tangs enthusiasm rvbbed off on the
JV. team as they, too. defeated the
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It's The Spirit That Counts
The IntieRami spirit week and assembly proved to be very entertaining to
the student body.
The week got off to a thrilling start with many activities designed for the
student body 's enjoyment. Tuesday. the chin-potato-pass occupied some of
the students during their lunch and students were encouraged to dress up as
their favorite farm animal. On Wednesday a ring toss activity took place and
farm foods were the highlight of this day 's dress. Thursday, competitors
plunged into Hostess chocolate cream pies for the ever popular pie-eating
contest. Students had the option to escape from their normal dress habits, and
get geared up in cowboy and Indian duds. Finally, Friday was the traditional
black and orange day. All of the classes worked hard trying to obtain the spirit
stick for the week, but in the end, the dedicated senior class gained control, as
Thursday night of that same week, the students eager to show their talent.
had an opportunity to perform in front of a spirited audience consisting of
fellow students and parents. At the beginning of the assembly the royalty was
introduced. This was followed by talented performers like Antoinette Jack'
son, Cora Hullum, and Felica Marsh singing "Now or Never" as a threesome,
Kim Clark sang i'The Greatest Love ofAll. " Carla Nemeth's edifying version
of i'Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and 'iI.a Isla Bonita" was well received. This
was followed by Derek I.aDay and Kim Clark, as they sang i'Somewhere Out
There". Diane Beeken and Bridgette Verner worked hard to synchronize a
dance routine to i'Conrol". Renae Schafer sang her heart out to "Back On My
Feet". Other acts included the Critical Three doing their own rap, and Cora
Hullum 's enlightning performance of "All at Once". Finally Vince Martini. Jim
Burreson. and Lane Elliott's band had students on their feet while performing
various songs from popular groups.
INTI-RAMI SPIRIT WEEK AND ASSEMBLY 31
lnti-Rami is always marked with
great enthusiasm and the crowd was
wildly enthusiastic in both the game
The rally, held after school, con-
sisted of mainly a relay race. The
race was won by the seniors and the
seniors again defeated the under-
classmen in spirit competition.
The spirit ofthe rally carried over
to the game that night. Against the
Eagles, the Mustangs played a com-
mendable game. The Eagles and the
Mustangs were neck and neck
throughout the game. In the end,
Foothill emerged victorious, 77-70.
This victory boosted the Mustangs to
a second place standing in CVC play.
Overall, the Inti-Rami game and
rally were quite successful and enter-
taining for everyone. Congratula-
tions to all.
INTI-RAM! GAME AND RALLY 33
34 INTI-RAM1 DANCE AND ROYALTY
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Mustangs Kick Up Their Heels
at Western I-Ioedown
The sky was clear. and the moon
was full on Friday the thirteenth. a
perfect setting for lnti-Rami '87. The
western dance was held in the cafete-
ria, which was beautifully decorated
by student council members. Foothill
students arrived in casual western
wear. A few couples dressed alike,
and competed in the best dressed
couple contest. The lucky winning
couples received a fresh free stalk of
celery. At 11300 P.lVl. the ravishing
royalty was announced. Eric Vernon
was the freshman princeg Bobby
Chen sophomore prince: Jason
Wharton junior prince: John Down-
ing, Derek LaDay seniorprincesg and
Jack Killman was king.
The music was done by those de-
lightfully daring D,J, 's David
Krueger, Brett Cabannis, and Jack
Killman. As usual, Kee Coleman was
there to capture the moments in liv-
ing color if the students wanted pic-
tures. The setting for the photos was
hay bails. balloons. sparkling stars,
and of course, a full moon.
lntieRami '87 was a huge success,
and for all of those who attended, a
1 Derek LaDay, Jack Killman. and Susan Bar-
rett waitfor royalty to be announced. 2. Leslie
Shaw. and Kim Williamson are proud to escort
the sophomore prince Bobby Chen and the
junior prince Jason Wharton. 3. A couple
shares a slow dance during lnti-Rami, 4. Foot-
hill students are pleased with the lnli-Rami roy-
alty. 5. Freshman prince Eric Vernon and his
lovely escort pose for a photo 6. Leslie Shaw
and Bobby Chen take a break from dancing to
be announced as sophomore royalty. 7. Sen-
ior prince Derek LaDay and his lovely escort
Charlene Hennigan. smile pretty for an Equi
photographer. S Jack Killrnan shows off his
tanned chest while Derek LaDay and Susan
Barrett stare in awe, 9 Jason Wharton and
Kim Williamson dance together during the Inti-
Rarni royalty dance
INTI-RAM! DANCE AND ROYALTY 35
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1. Jenny Hamilton and Daryl Ganas take notes as
other Equi staffers look over layouts. 2. During
their stay at U C Santa Cruz Julie Tichauer and
Deniece Vargas cautiously back out the window as
Maureen McPherson shoots the inuader with her
deadly squirt-gun, 3. Jackie Soik looks through old
yearbooks for an idea. 4. Shani Roberts goes lo
the storeroorn to check out the name ofa student
in last years yearbook, 5, The staff watches as a
HerffJanes artist creates some ideas for the cover.
6. The '87 Equi staff: Robyn Granados. Maureen
McPherson. Nicole Francik. Jackie Soik. Kirsten
Williams. Shani Roberts. Todd Holmes. Ann
Nunn. Deniece Vargas. Julie Tichauer. Anne
Colby, Daryl Ganas. Charley Ku. Scott Hasel'
wood. and Christa IVlcCollough. 7. Ann Nunn
draws an idea for a two page layout on a "rough-
ing it" sheet. 8. Todd Holmes files new photos for
the yearbook, 9, Christa lVlCCollough looks to Dene
iece Vargas for help. 10. Anne Colby gets a crop-
per from the storeroom,
'-1-QR Ansar, an
Equl le-kwel 9.
Struggling to meet deadlines and
endless hours of writing and cropping
are expected in a yearbook class, and
the '87 Equi staff proved to be no
different. The well-balanced group of
writers, designers. artists. and a pho-
tographer lCharley Kul, helped to
make the yearbook a tremendous
success. Editors Deniece Vargas and
Maureen McPherson guided the
class, which consisted of twelve rooke
ies and four veterans. with hopes for
an outstanding book, Deniece Var-
gas. a three-year veteran and senior
editor said. "I was surprised how well
we worked together as a staff even
though. at the beginning of the year,
only four of us knew what we were
doing. The twelve rookies proved to
be great assets to the staff and I was
impressed by their abilities. It was a
great honor to be the editor: I think
after three years I had waited long
Last summer Denice Vargas, Mau-
reen McPherson, and Julie Tichauer
had the opportunity to travel to the
University of Santa Cruz to attend
Yearbook West. a yearbook camp
for seven days, Tricks of the trade
were passed on among students from
ten different states.
The '87 Equi staff decided to cele-
brate the year with a theme of, what
else, 'iCelebrate. " The color section
consisted of balloons, confetti, and
fabulous color worth celebrating.
We'd like to thank Mr. Stoneking for
his invaluable advice and words of
.. EQ!!! 31.
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"We haue a hard working
staff this year, lam proud to be
- Shari Haskell
i'My students are great peo-
ple, awesome writers. and per-
ceptive judges of personality."
- Mr. Milton
1. Jason Wharton finalizes the copy written by
Susan Barrett and Lindale Hullurn. 2 Mr. Mil,
ton lends a helping hand to young writers Heidi
Ireland and Susan Barrett. 3. The nosey staff
listens to the latest "Bench Talk. " 4. Back row:
Wayne Bennett. Greg Scriuner. Jason Ver-
non. Robby Jones. Deniece Vargas. Jason Ea'-
wards Middle row' Jason Wharton. Melissa
Miller. Susan Barrett. Heide Ireland. Derek
LaDay. Front row: Judy Murray. Renee
Friend. Michelle Letellier. and Shari Haskell.
5. Mr. Milton assists Shari Haskell in setting a
page 7 Shari Haskell puts the finishing touch'
es on a story. 7. Deniece Vargas hunts for a
word in a Thesaurus. 8. The sports writers
pose for a shot.
38 HOOFBEA TS
B915 . . Hoora
What A Paper 8
What A Paper
As in past years. the Hoofbeats
staff, under the supervision of Mr.
Milton, produced one of the most
outstanding high school newspaper
around. The dedicated writers
worked diligently to bring in the most
interesting and news worthy stories
to be found on Foothills campus. Be-
sides the hardships of putting a news-
paper together. the staff also had to
deal with the agony of rising before
the sun. This was due to the fact that
the journalism class was held during
zero period. which began at 6:50
A.lVI. Hoofbeats editor Shari Haskell
did an outstandingjob ofmaking sure
that the stories were well written and
that the class generally ran smoothly.
Working as sports editors. Wayne
Bennett and Jason Wharton enjoyed
writing about the ups and downs of
Foothills sports teams in action.
Thanks to the Hoofbeats staff our
lives at Foothill were a little more en-
tertaining and intriguing with an out-
HOOFBEA TS 39
1. Diane Beeken shows her Mustang pride. 2.
Song Leaders: Stephanie Bell, Susan Barrett.
Lorie Witherspoon. Bridgette Varner. Karen
Naungayan. and Tiffany Moscow. 3. Bridgette
Varner heads home after a rally. 5. Susan Bar'
rett finishes her routine with a flourish. 7. Moni'
que Sicotte lets her spirit risel Varsity Cheer-
leaders: Diane Beeken. Jodi Sims. Deanna
Cruz, Monique Sicotte. Nancy Melson, and
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garne. 6 Mascots. Allison Reynolds and Tricia
Prock, Freshmen Cheerleaders: Mae Opena.
Jennifer Nuhfer. Correine Weichec. Jenny
Chanco and Rosanna Ramirez, Deanna Cruz
does a marvelous routine during a football
game. 11. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Carrie
Emerson, Sharmame McClain. Heather Carl'
son, and Tina Titus, 12 Bridgette Varner and
Stephanie Bell pose for the camera
40 SPIRIT Leripeies
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Through long hours of practice.
hard work. and dedication, the spirit
leaders gave Foothill something to be
proud of, Much time and devotion
was spent preparing for pep rallies.
competitions, and athletic activities.
Each routine was carefully worked
out and practiced before it was per-
formed before numerous spectators.
The song and cheer leaders
brought the crowd alive during the
events with their spirit and energy.
Their enthusiasm flowed into the
crowd, making the rallies and games
much more exciting.
With their exceptional efforts, the
spirit leaders expressed the true
meaning of pride and spirit at Foot-
. SPIRIT LEADERS 41
ur Serzzor year was fllled wlth hopes asplratzons
dreams spirit homework semorxtls and cz degree
uncertamty about the future ahead. But as we took a
giant step into the future, we looked back on the past
with many treasured memories.
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Jennifer Adamczak Stephen Adams 'The best of Gwen Agee "lt's.time for us to go Julia Alcocer "To: MJ. and GA., Michelle' Allen
' times have-:n'I ended here, they're on with otherthings, we will haue Io Red. White. Blue Forever. Thanks
y fast beginning, Good luck class of take whatever We brings. Thanks Mom andDad. To DS., Stay cool '
!87!" I for all the memories, Love Ya!" with my car!" f
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graduate. but Fm legal, moi" i ' tlfleseipastjour years have been lhe atop we 'll never quit cause we-'re Steve for all your support and carg
' - V - , best1,As we go our separate ways, Metallica. Long live Cliff Burton!" ing. I loue you." , , N '
let us never forget the memories. ' V ' ' '
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, K -is ' No man can be nay equal, Take me '
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How do you picture yourself at our
twenty year reunion?
Robert Soik "Driving my 2007 red Ferrari
with Cheryl Tieg's daughterf'
Jacqie Mahoney HA retired billionaire for
my discovery of how to talk with dolphins."
Joey Souuignier '4l'll be living on the beach
with money in my hand, staring at the sea,
staring at the sand."
Heather Newcomb Hlndependently wealthy
and President of Greenpeace."
Deniece Vargas "Editor of Voguefl
Susan Barrett mfhirty-eight years old
louchll, rich and successful, with Robert Soik
chauffering my red Ferrari."
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Dad and all of my friends for flue -
cozgrage. Triaia Elscn lProi:k1Q 1'll
always remember you. Olimy
God' Lack out junior college!"
Michael Brennan "Afier 12 years
of working and waiting, were final-
ly to the end! '87 Forevenlu
K Greg Bristow Cathy Brown 'Life gods by fasnif' Curr Erownirlg "Let's go bonfib
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the best, Thanks far all the hehx
Mom and Dad. I 'love you! Hey,
ChrLsty youre 11ext!!!l'
Artists Cheryl LaMaster and Raahel Ligon create worke for their art class.
u and all my friends, Takecare '87."
tell you not to take chances. they some will obey, who artainsperfec-
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or lyfetimei, is certain for ' those
who are friends ' ' -4 Richard Bach
'Robbie Eacles "Thanks far the ,Jason Edwards '4'IfShoi'arraganqe
fiiefnories Foolhilli Thanks Mom 11,- 'ff it's canfidenhgf' 9- Nick
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Ali Catgx I wish, you laik far yi-:ur
,senior year! Also, 1 ,thank my
bhbzhef Scott for always being
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Steue Fernandez l'Get out 'of the Michelle Ferry "Thank you Mom, .Kevin Fish l'Jenhifer I love you,
cur now' ' and Dad, I aouldnlhuue made-it Gina I loved yau.'MelLssa and Nia '
withouryou. Thanks Sieve. Taka cole youlre sweet, Mom and Dad
care, class of '87, N youfre awesome, Rick you bother
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50 CLASS OF EIGHTY-SEVEN
Ray Forney Denise Fraijo "Life'silruest hoppi-V
ness is found in the friendships we
made along the way. Webe made
a lot. I love you'Mom. Thanks class
Michael Gallagher "All the wisdom Raphael Gamer "Thanks for eu-
oj the universe cannot match the erything Mom. Thanks for being
alert willingness to dodge a blow. such a good friend Becky'
- Frank Herbert Whipping Star.
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Laura Freeman "We don! need '
your, uniforms, we have no dis
guise. For divided we stand. to-
gether we will rise. Mariliion. Many
thanks to Craig,"
Renee Friend "To accomplish Daniel Gaffney
' great things, you must not only ani,
but also dream: not only plan, but'
Cindy Carter and Porn Weber compare schedules at registration.
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Ruby Gilleland Jennifer Goff "We cannot act as N . Wynn Gonsalues Darrin Goodsell Q Floyd Green
, we wish, we must actos we can.
Thank you Mom and Dad and
friends. Ii's been a great year." A
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Kevin Gregory' "E1qgrybod9'5got Q Bili Greugell "There are a lot! of
opinionS,"but nobndgfs gof the un- A n people and Ucbrripaniesw I should
K V ' ' srrier. And ther 'yriu ateffbr Ltharik for getting me here,:.
' brgakfastg well, it'Il only give you? there? mir enbughroom. Thqnks,
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success -- tosbe able to spend your Tim, Greg, Michelle, Grandmki,
life in your own way." ' Sas. Janeen -- ihariks for eueryf
' ' ' , thing. Fm glqd IQ he back."
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- Vere Mprgan-Bray and Tony Veiasquez. ' '
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1 Si1ariHaikeII'i'There-is only one Kevin l-laskirw "Mbna Lind Dad, Sparky B.Harri5
vihkary the Beatsf arc72fBl3r?zpirifQ
Thanx M, M, Pfaybdgs-fl up
Lori Haynes Marvin Haynes
Gary Heikura "A nd then one day, Charlene!-lennigan
you findg ten years have got behind
you. No one told you wherito run,
You missed the sfarting gun, " --
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Karen Herzog "Life is like a race, Tracy, Hicks "All we haue left are N
door checkers, 3'yrs,-varsity dartsQ
ihere will always be a challenge no the memories and no one can ever
matter where youga, G and K rac' , take them away. "
f N 3 yrs. ski clubQ Zhyrs. underwdter
Lyndale Hullum and Derek LaDay perform "Home" from 'the Wiz at the Homecoming Assembly.
Michelle Hoffmah "Assurance is Yvonne Hollingsworth 'Uaodluck
two-thirds of success. Possession is to the man in my life f- my baby
nineftenths of the law, We possessf brother. Kneck 'em,dead, Brian!"
.ihg team forever. I did it." . ' - basket weaving. 1 yr. imck ' assurance. Luck in ihefuiure '87,"
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Pam Jacobs fills out a registration card in the infamous arena.
Adriane Johnson "Sport, it's
about time. Nat fancy. just fresh!"
Robby Jones "Never underesti-.
rnate zl-ie power of wishful thinking
to filter what the eyes see and what'
the ears hear. " M Frank Herbert.,
Jasspreei Kaur "Knowledge
comes. but wisdom lingers. so a
wiseiperson will make more oppor-
tunities than he finds. May luck be
at your side. Loue ya'l87."
' .Jennifer luery 'fl love you all, hut 'Pamela Jacobs "Don't regret the ' . Jeff James
I've go: to gof' f- Kiymaxx "
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Michelle Johnson "Time passes
too quickly, things happen safast.
and now its time to say goodbye.
Thanks Mom and Gwen. To CE.
.someday yaufll discover reality."
things youlue done, only the things
.L you haven? T. W.. N..S.,,ancl KW.
' Can we please stop at Woodridge? W'
Love ya CL." L '
Sheryl Johnson "This is not the
' end. lt's not ever the beginning of
therend. but. perhaps ifs the end of
the beginning. Love Ya '87".
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whul you can do untilxyou get up as .
high as you can go. "
enly to be set free . . , and l think it
will l1e."-- The Frog Prince
Theresa Johnson "Good luck, 'SZ
T.M,.K.J.,D.L..D.S.H. and SQ
Thanks! Love You."
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magic of your dreams. Honored
Queen I.O.J.D., number 159. Sac-
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QDerek LaDc1y' "Ghent me thk 56- Sheila Laiwtz
' N2 reniigj to aqcept thelhings I cannog V , V ,
L 1 ,change Vcoixrage, to chuhge the ' A '
nhingg I .cari, ahd wisdom to knoiv- ' I
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' A 'f.Stei1e'Ldnknc-ir ' Dendthea Lerma
A 'Johh Kokkbnefz 'fWe were born to
Hue :1ni:l'tI1en'tcb die, and we'ue gqt f
' to dp it .ezlcine 'v-L .each in hisuown
K wf1y.VGoqdV1uck '87." ' H
MichQ!Ie1'Let3I!iar 'fWe' Must 1iue5 to
1 , :Hghz dig! nbgqtiuqe, ryiifvtox cqufryrhe -
in dej'euti'7g--4- Howard Jbnes
Daizid Kuehner 'Goodbye Fooi' V I 'Dduid Lnbay A
,hilly heilo Wolf Street!"
Laura Lane "Success doesrft
come to thosewho ugait -- and ii
doesn 't wait for hnyone to comks to
it, Thanks for all the grearxmemo-'
ries." - if ' '
Duane Leihan, k'TlQe :times -ahh!
faces have faded into tiieishadows
of yesterday, but just knowing the
L zguerjtsfhappeqxed xiS'xBf'!GQgh 'thy
bring happiness." -1, Quasar N '
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The Senior class watches as the other minor classes try zo compete. Good luck!
Tonya Lows "GE he brings good Rachel Ligon "Sometimes I dream Tim Livingston
things to Me: Thanks HU and The Cure. Thanks Mom
TA. for being there."
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Angelo Lloyd "Mom, l hope
you're watching and I hope youfre
proud. Audrey, thanks for being
MBF. Dad thanks for putting up
with me, I loue you , . . 'A
Brad Long "Dont smell the flow-
ers, theyre on evil drug to rnalce
you lose your mindi Dorf! dream
of ojomen, jcause the-:y'll only bring
poo down. "
Steve Lloyd "Never say goodbye.
holding on we gotta try. Holding
on to never say goodbye - See
you real soon '87." '
Don Lozo Michele Mdguire 'The journey of Jacqueline Mahoney MOM great' Christopher Malo "If you have U
L a thousand miles begins with a sin- est glory consists not in never foil- question, I hauexrm answer: gluing
gle step, Sheryl, I love you and ingf but in rising every time we up is not in my frame: of refer-
lhonk you, Best wishes Class of fallf' - Oliver Goldsmith encefl
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Tina Marquee "Yau can reach any
gaal if you work very hard and
have help from those who are dear
Monique Sicotie, Sherry Courtney. and Chelle Carpenter wait patiently for their registration number to be calledj N O you
Michelle Masterton "To all of my
friends - we finally made it? A
special thanks to Ungie for being
there throughout my high school
sorrows. laughing away fears, So
easily hidden are silent tears.
Thanx only 2 SM., family, and
friends Still loving you, DP,
5 Vince Martini '
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Kimberly Maust l'Drinking away Diana Maxwell Joe McCallisler 'Glenn McCarthy "I finally made
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Marni McClendon Melissa McCormick "The best part Sandy McElroy "lt has been the , Sharla McElroy Jodi McLeod A'Ly'e l'iasn't passed
of school is friends and welve best two years at Foothill. Thanks me by. it just hasn't discovered me
made alot. Thanks Mom and Dad, Mom and Dad and friends. Party -X yet! Thank you Dan, I love you!
and friends. Party Crew forever!" Crew forever!"
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Tricia Prock f'Eddie 5 thank you. Mqtt Prosser "Remember,days QI '
Dave Q I have learned ihat I still , skippin' school, racing,,f:qrs,' and I
N-Io-L you! Oh my God! 4- Just being cool." N ' , I ' '
rnascotzing aroundff , ' N - ' N ' ' ' ,
David Payan "I will dlwriys rememw
ber ray yeqrs at Fczothiii. Good luck
glass of '87, Bernember Norse.
jmen, there can only be one:
PRINCE OF THE UNIVERSE!
Lizabeth Pet: "God forbid I should
go to any heaven in which there are
no horses. " - unknown -
V Jim Pitiiflo 3 Stdnley Powell Heather Pri!! "Lie is like Cl bank
hcgount, You get back, only what
yourpqi into iz. Lone yqu Monig
Dac1',!Mila,,D.S:, and thexwhole
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ber 4-'whenyou gaze at the euene
rng sky and yorfre reaching out y
with yaurelmind. you might see the
Nnqriorfs eye -1Dpn'l hide . . , lt's
youll" -- QueensRgche , '
Y eff s
Tom Reiner' "You carft catch me
in your '72 Duster. Thanx T.W.,
,T,SA. and 'especially you, MW."
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E5-still important for as llhough we
'urealize2it'S to make the stupid mis'-
lake of letting go, lknow what I
rneanlf' -- Depeche Mode
,Anthony Reynolds ."It's finally . Lisa Rich
ouer! Itis been fun, thanks to the
Checksand the Playboys."
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John Rizzardo "There must be a
beginning to anygreat matienlbut ' ' '
the continuing unto the end until it
be thoroughly finished yields the
:rue gloryff - Sir Francis Drake
. Brian Sarrels "See you laler Foot' Renae Schafer "Gut there's a for- .Eric Scherr "I owe it all to you
hill, ifs time to get 'ill'. Thanks tune waiting to be had -- ybu think Mom. Thanks for your support. To
Derek and Eric for being great I 'll let it go - Youre Mad! I know the class of ,87, were Cl-IILLlN',"
friends. ' '
171 succeed, l'm of a new breedlu
Armikof Scott "Anthony Stoner. . Greg Scriuner "Where is the weapl
thanks for helping me through this on with which Ienfarce your bond-
ysar. Also thanks ta my parents age? Yau give it to me every time
for putting up with me for 17 yrs. " you open your niouihf' -+R Frank
Herberr, Whipping Star V
Seniors fake a leisurely break during lunch,
L Lori Seiko A
of life come nat when you grab for I
them. but when you reach our to
them. Thanks fro all my friends,"
Muffin Seamons "The best things
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62 CLASS OF EIGHTY-SEVEN
Herb Smith laughs after being rejected by a third teacher.
Dale Sheets "You don 'I get this far
by aocident, ifs all a matter of
style. Thqnks to my family, df:
Boys, and JA, lfreshnessj, and
good luck '87."
Timothy Shirk "The soul is a ueiled
light, neglect it and it will die, fuel it
with the oil of love and it will burn
an immortal flame. "
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Trac1Sloyton "Thanks for all your Gina Smith "But seek ye jinstihe
love and support Mom and Jerry. kingdom of God and His Hgh'
Here s to the future Bob, I love ya teousneas cmdoll these things shall
Herb Smith "We made it R. Ches!
Good luck R, Laney! 'lfhunksfasv
ter Bunny 0- BAWK BAWK! The
limes. Thank youlMnrn and Wen-
Shawn Smith l'Smitfy says: Thank
you Janeen! you made it all worth
Dave' Where gre my keys?" be added unto you." M Matthew world we lille in and life infgenerw
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anything unless youxlet it go." --
, Sheldon B. Kopp .
Nancy Steinecker 'Thunlgor Pam,
Tracy. Shari, andespecfally Kellie,
jar making my jour years at Foote
hill so much fun, and Jodi, dan '1' he ,
too late for gradualion. " -- Steins
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Shannon Stenlzel "Look aamexll
made iii' See M 'and'Fi' Thanks
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Q Sonja Stevens "Neuzrjudge by the Desiree Stockton "lj you live for
'color of the skin before you know fodayl you'll make it tomorrow.
what Iles wiihin. Live each day to its A Thanks for staying on my side Unf ' ' , N '
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fullest Cuz me end is nearly ple Scout, emor us angs enjoy a re CIXITIQ moment dllflflg unch
Joanne Story "Hold fast to your
' dreams - for if dreams die W- lie
is a brokenrwlngecl bird - that
-cannot fly. Thanks Mom, l loue
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Allison Stoote 'h'Morn. l know l've 'Anthony Supplee ulthas been fun: U Rick Svensek "Mom, Dad. Fran'
qausedyoutmuble,butbethankful Thanks Mom and Dad, l love
I 'm not a double, l'm the lust one, you. "
Mom. I love you lots, your baby
kie, Dawn Wareham, Melissa Blair.
thankg, l will love you forever Kee
vin, Nicole, and Tracy, '6 7 Ca-
Jim Tarrell y
ryou. daughzerf' maro. Liue and love and laugh 2
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M M your senior year, what would it be?
ll Dole 'Foylor , , I N Carlon Thom1clsorY'fMom,'thdrilis I ll,Shklri Tliompeon fciilureil X'
, for your help.,l Napprepiqteit. ,Yoo mcryserue qsya rung in' the ladder
,mean the world to ir1e.!Thdnks of successff X N' ,V ' 1
cIassaf'87,,bestwisl1estoyouallf' -' - , N '
'Lotte Tliriglje ilTooluy's' happiest
nioimentsxlizill 'Be torr1orroLu's clean
Julie Tichzzuer Ali lll6l'hOf1QlS of' -Aron Tohiassifllile better to lnum'
time wereharzdg that I tould hold, - out than tojade dtuay -4 Kurgan,
estjmemoriesf' Q ,' ' 1 ' ,I , ' ' I 'd keep :hem warm so tlzey"d neu, Remembef, Conquistaclor, there'
er grow cold. ThcmlyS,Mike-and can ,onlybe one."
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Rial: Topper ?'fEd6l1loflue, ja cellof'
awareness, imperfect and inoomy
plete. goin-:tic blehdS'uhith,L1ncertoin
ends. on a fortune huntfthafs too
forftoo fleet Rush: ' -' -W
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SporkylHorris Nlgese work, more parties,
and more time to spend with special peo-P
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Shari Thompson "I would have ,opeo corn-
pus, I lwould,malce,some adjustments con-
cerning the activities at this school, andlll
would have ,q ueryl good lookiog boyfriend'
whodrives a PorScl1e,oncl he could come
and take me to Hawaii ond we'd live happily
ever ofterg"' i l l i
Diane Beeken "Beating Son Juon!!!!!'l l ll
, ' , Lieayfoibnserid V' , 'I 1 Hollyifb.lIre5j,:3f'HavlelfLkn ' '87f, l"! lbooldies,'Greg Auciiss aod' Mike Wofford pose for the camera
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Angelic Ures "Well Mom, at least
one ofus made ix! Thanks KR, for
everything. l won't forget you!
Also C.C,, even though you're
Shannon VanAr1sdalen 'il close
my eyes and think of home, Cliff! it
funny how it is, you never mms it 'til
if's gone away -- Maiden. Thanx
Mom, Mash, and Skip."
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you dreamr you 're holding' the key
that opens the door zo set yourself
free - DIG, Thanks Mom and
Dad for all your help."
Judi Vanwagenen "As the end Deniece Vargas "The firmest Bridgette Varner "Une singular
reaches a new beginning, I see the friendships have been formed in sensation every step we take!" '-
path ahead: I know where l am mutual adversity, as iron is most A Chorus Line
going. Love ya KM, MB., F.S.,
and Mom and Dadf'
strongly welded by the fiercest fire.
Thank you Heather.
Eddie Vaughn "Some people say .Gabriel Vega "Thanks Mom cmd Anthony Velasquee "Oh well. o
that ihere is more to life than just Dad, I couldnt haue made it with- to Harvard, C-ya!"
parties. Thegfre wrong. "
James Vanderuort "RJD -- Well
know forthe first time if we 're evil
or divine, were the las! in line.
Thanks Grandma and Grandpa."
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Four years of high school can be a trying experience, and suffering
through it without guidance would be like weaving a rope of sand.
Fortunately, the Class of 1987 had two outstanding advisors and a
remarkable counselor to help them along the way,
Mrs. Stammerjohan and Mr. G. Johnson were the class advisors who
organized Powder Puff football teams all four years, supervised at the
Senior Ball, and helped with graduation activities.
Mr. Popp went through four years of sometimes screaming students
with mixed up schedules and unorganized plans for the future. He
assisted in scheduling of classes, making sure that everyone had enough
credits to get out of this place, provided college information, and just
seemed to have an endless supply of encouragement to give when
necessary. He made sure that everyone took all of the required courses,
and got us out of those ones that were unbearable.
Now it's time for the Class of 1987 to move on, but not without giving
thanks to those who certainly deserve it. Mrs. Stammerjohan, Mr.
Johnson, and expecially Mr. Popp, THANK YOU!! We would be on
the five-year plan without you!
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he Freshmen begin their high school years looking
to the future with hope. Sophornores reach with new
strength to be the very best they can be. The Juniors
work harder than ever, inspired by the coming year.
They all work together to form the spirited, knowledge-
able, and united group of underclassmen.
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lockers nice and neat. Theirxbooks werefalwaysltput in order from the
tallest to the shortest. you seelany loose homework that was
three months old lying around. But there were still some land not only
boys anymorel whose lockers looked like the town dump. Some euen
smelled like it, Unlike the juniors, the freshmen had to share their
lockers. This was good because the freshmen needed their locker
partner to give them a boost so they could reach their lockers. No
matter how much we hated them, they were ours.
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1. Shannon Lynch. Gretchen Lowell, and Natalie Taylor
listen as Tricia Barnes tells of her thrilling weekend adven-
ture. 2. Stephanie Daw enjoys her cool, refreshing straw-
5 Daniel Bailey
berry whip during lunch, .
84 - JUNIORS '
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A V, William Benson 9
V! Mark Bigelow
K - Horace Blackman O
KRD" Melissa Blair I
Robert Bradley Q
ir Christian Brandon
" Kim Brushia .
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Cindy Cagle O
Jan Carlson 0
Y Brett Catanzaro .
' Robert Centers
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- JUNIORS ' 85
1. Bill Rankin, Kent Broadbent. Charles Puthey.
and Dave McDonald discuss the previous nights
channel 6 television production, 2, Billy Oehlert
and Michael McMannis don lt seem to believe Scott
Reed's tall tale.
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' JUNIORS ' 87
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tors were upset
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were formed designated
parking areas?for'1thosei,students'who Cdrkigiggjtwafschool. These parking
areas werefektremely congestedi'and-wegefoffeh inadequately protect-
ed, There was not foriparkinjfy and many students com-
plained about this incdfluenience. It is impossible to please everybody,
but as time goes by the problems which occurred will be solved in an
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88 ' JUNIORS 0
5 Eddie Hernandez
Q Chris Hickle
Q James Hopkins
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K Andre Klyrniuk
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Manuel Lopez .
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' JUNIORS ' 89
"If you were the Principal for
one day, what would you
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1. Charley Ku helps Kirsten Williams and Robyn Granados with their history assignments. 2
Kindra Kitchen admires the crowd during her lunch break.
90 ' JUNIORS 0
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4 at William Oehlerl
les - "f, "" Katrina Ogden
gk 1 Brenda Ohlson
'T r ' ' Eric Olsem
1 f +. ? Roland Ortiz
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Dwayne Owens '
'Wendy Parkso ' P
'P Bradley Penrose
- 5 'r ' 3915? Allissa Peterson
' "X Y Alicia Peterson
Bobbi Petree I
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Jackie Piper P
f Angela Platt
v V Lisa Pompillo
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Elizabeth Pulos A K
.Bill Rankin f CL '
Scott Reed 5'
Darien Reynolds X
1. Tamara Locke enjoys the convenience of the
campus telephone, 2, Sabrina Philipps. James Jag-
gers, and Kendra Morris are happy to be reunited
at registration after a long summer vacation. Q John Schanzenbach
imgluniors looms? R P D Sh H
5 Q73 I Wy oug ac eton
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5 55' Paul Shelley
Q Greg Shelton
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Taraliness Takes Its Toll
There was a time when everyone had togetfugzggearly toigggtow school.
Now the timexhasrieorne foriusltolv
there were 4al'3fi5flF4'?35FtU55'studentsAuihofcoufd 'nqf haridfe, this seemingly
si m ple taste! Fort 'S Lsfiehi ,ylitdrnework
caused a 'reiilfess ontiheir alarm
clock becgmiseil iiieyrsrcauidkfirbear we get leaf offbed:lThey1decidect-.ta
sleep some more 1 anti? realisedQthaftsalioolffhdd1,alreacIyw'begun.
They men afmbedgemsiof bea,jgbf,liaressef1'nnd 1'tJSh?dQQff. taschool.
Once they lffnoed sehdolglthey TQHT toilolassfidiidllydllgedlrightylifieand sat
down as if' nothgrzgjhadx happelned, Somvefteachefsx.didrftl sat? ,anythingg
they just markedilihenatafdyg -Other'teaohersijyelledgdhd screamed and
sent the studei1ttO'the office for an admitltow year at Foothill,
the administration devised a new system to cut down on tardi-
ness. ln this system a studentfcouxidkhaae tardies, after that it
was automatic detention,iThe new tardy system that was developed has
turned into a great success, at least, as far as the administration is
Amy Turner Q
David Turner I
Charles Tuttle Q
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deegiiififtheirl lheartsrtheirx' rolofi ' remain here.
,, Towardisifthe endtgome will cry,
but as the mintakes-.-gr6liilieloser,"ieaiflhlilaill give their final good-
bye to Foothill foli A V
Gary Whitaker ljgiyff k"' Y- Lghisgsg
Julie Whitman Q ' , Le i Q " '
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Kirsten Williams "Q ,J QQ g 5 K , , '
Kimberly Williamsan - 4, ' no
Keith Wilson - t 'yii i . P
Randy Wilson i t EE? ' QQ - l
Lisa Winnett M ., f All
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Mark Young is
C Heather Zenone J
94 ' JUNIORS '
Are Kyle Bond and Andre Klyrniuk girl watching?
Q Michael Vaughn
0 Daniel waiiey
Kim Williamson and Melanie McShane greatly appre-
ciated the support given by the junior class.
"This year has been the
best for student involvement
and class spirit," remarks Ju-
nior class representative. Shan-
non Lynch, Hand next year
we're gonna blow away all of
They organized fundraisers,
which included a car wash,
Back to School Dance, bake
sale. flower sale, and other
such money-making events.
With the money taken in, the
student council planned an en-
chanting Junior Prom at the
Sunset Whitney Country Club.
The representatives helped
make this year a fantastic one
for the entire Junior class.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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96 ' SOPH OM ORES
Sophomores Come Of Age
When sophomores begin to plan their class schedule, a top choice is a
:lass called California State Requirement, QQFPTMQHQI-'hhY2fBQf1F9d to as
CSR. Although this semester,
the driverlledvedlietiiedffientithe ff??POfififif li'l 2 Q ffhefierehomofe
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some luekyl tgetitofitalfei gulf 'theliiflriver training course
offered byfifheffGrahtA'a'oii1f This course is de-
signed to teach students how to maneuveiiaryehicle on the road. The
three stages that are coueredtthrough 'thefouriweek course are traffic
simulators, obstacle course, and onithe road training. Students who pass
this class are well on their way to becoming good drivers.
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Q Michael Ausmus
O Danny Aznoe I iff
Q Ed Banas i N 5 V V'-,ggi
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Janina Barrick i 1
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for the Homecoming Rally.
. Marc Allen
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Shannon Brewer '
Billy Brockley '
Jennifer Browitt .
Chuck Brown O
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Brian Buick Q
Jeremy Burgess 0
Penny Cagle Q
Zachary Carden 5
Heather Carlson I
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Q Anne Colby
I Patrick Conard
Stephen Cook 'L '
I Carl Corsi If
U Heather Cosmo 5 Michael Cossey 1 ,
Q Donna Costa
Jamie Craig Q K
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. Brian Caddy
. Earl Cudworth
' Reginald Danoldson
0 Mike DeFrance
I Michael DeGroot
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98 ' SOPHOMORES '
. Keith De Vissor
. Marc Dixon
.. Brian Douglas
. Garry Eccles
I Christian Cherniss
Q George Christie
. Neil Churchill
Q Bradley Clark
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Tina Fink .
Corey Fore 0
Tim Frost '
Kenneth Gandy 0
Joshua Gardner 0
Ronnie Glenn O
Teresa Goss I
Anthony Gouuea O
Marshall Green '
Steven Grewell I
Daniel Hagen O
Jeffery Hansen U
M leewan Harlow
Karna Hawk ,
Andrea Knight and Heather English take time out for a picture on their way to lunch.
' Adrian Hinson
9 Shad Hodge
. Dan Holt
'- Teresa Hoover
9 Sam Hopson
. Traci Hyatt
6 James Irish
' Aaron Johnson
0 Rendell Johnson
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' Cindy Hebert
' Brian Herold
. Beth Herzog
' Lori Hester
0 James Hicks
r Matthew Hinkle
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Rodney Lee O
Carolyn Lewis .
Jeffrey Locke Q
Fred Klensch .
Charley Ku .
Curtis LaBay 0
Karen Larsen 9
, Jeremy Lautt
Cynthia Lawer l
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- SOPHOMORES '
Bobby Jurgensen I
Ann Marie Justman
Vernon Kesweder O
Gregory Kalafa 5
' Erick Lutz
0 Jennifer Mahoney
' Shane Major
0 Michelle Mallory
0 Kyle McCormick
5 Sommes McGregor
0- Greg McKay
. Monique McKinley
A David McNulty
O Rachel Mills
Dee Anne Minor
O Debra Mitchell
9 Ricky Montoya
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anything they didnt." lg- Jim' Beller
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thing." John Seamons
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0 Aaron Moxley
. Daniel Murphy
O John Myers
O Brent Nichols
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Annette Roedell takes a break down at the snack bar.
Becky Niemeyer '
Jennifer Nisterchuk Q
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. 23g Jess Nixon
Roy Northern .
Dion Nunez .
Pam Nye I
Michelle Ogden O
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Gregory Ortiz .
Dauid Oswald 9
Heather Payne D
Holly Peck O
Nicole Purcell -
Denise Quigley Q
Carol Quinn .
Franklin Ramos l
Chuck Renuille Q
Teana Reynolds Q
Rachel Roberson .
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Michelle Murray, Roxanne Lawrence. and Marla Bracy watch lunchtime activities during
Q Christopher Roberts
Q Pamela Robinson
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hang out at the lockers after school.
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Mark Van Antwerp'
Renee Van Antwerp.
Dwain Steward .
Eric Stowe Q
Michelle Strange I
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Jeremy Sullivan .
Andrew Summers .
Ronald Sutton Q
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Joshua Thuss Q
Michelle Tinkle .
. Tina Titus Q
Dennis Todd U
- Ricardo Torres Q
. f . ' Tonya Trau
fs , Donald Triano
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Maggie Burreson and Toni Seymour joke about failing drivers training,
O Rob Wamsley
. Eric Waynes
Q Trista Willock
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5 .Dan Walley
. Christopher Walter
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The sophomore student
council had a slow start during
the fall semester. Because of a
lack of participation from the
sophomore class, there was
only one member, Tara
Holmes. By the time spring se-
mester came around the soph-
omores had full membership,
Student council members
completed many projects that
benefited the sophomore class.
They held bingo nights, bake
sales, and car washes to raise
money for thier class. One of
the successful events was the
bake sale, which raised ouer
sixty dollars. Even though the
sophomores had a sluggish
start, they finished off the year
with great success.
1. Fall student council: Janean Brad-
ley. Jodi Mehl. and Tara Holmes Presi'
dent. 2. Tara Holmes. Jodi Mehl. Mag-
gie Flack. and Janean Bradley look at
bids. 3. Rendell Johnson and Eric Zir-
bel look over plans for spirit week. 4.
Spring student council: Rendell John-
son. Maggie Flack Pres.. Jodi Mehl.
Tara Holmes. not pictured Angela
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. The FKQSQMGQV bf'128655715lpere,'Qriafdifferent thaneanyfyhther fresh' Jemfe, Addison X y'
men uagartainifofu3htitftQ,expect Mindy Alexander
' from ifiigfhfsCliCioli'iife.f'ifiiefreiflereffavanffithringjdaboutflihighiisighool that
were Lvhcli aged to these
. changesbrowvea' to befijuxsiratingatftimes. they had
to leaveitheiriefliliiish approach a- ndorefiadulffworld, Although
many sucaeededg iflilEifC.ltl1g2Yif'if7lL!iCt13S'i the ones that gave
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Everyone '-coulcliSyhapathize'with the plight ofthe freshmen class . Robert Anderson
We 've all been th?-zreand we've suffered thexconsequences, This year's Wfiimm Andrade
freshmen could be relieved nowlthat their sophomore year is soon
7 approaching and that a newikmd 'unsuspecting frosh class is coming.
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. Stephanie Barnes
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Freshmen friends discuss up and coming events
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Freshmen girls enjoy a stroll down the halls during lunch.
Mike Daniel -
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the year's accomplishments.
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der ofthe year pretty well, con-
sidering the fact that they were
indeed freshmen. The young
Mustangs had many fun-
draisersg a candy-gram sale, a
bake sale, a pizza sale, and
bingo nights. They had hopes
of raising sufficientfunds for an
outstanding Junior Prom,
President Jennifer Uyeda said
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we're going to have it all to,
gether. We're going to be the
best class Foothill will ever
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"And That's The Way It Was"
1986-1987 events surprised, deplored, and enlightened people around the
On July 5, after an intense makeover, the Statue of Liberty was unveiled for
her 100th birthday to onlookers world wide. In addition to the millions of people
who witnessed this historical event, thousands of sea going vessals flocked to the
bay to observe a specatular 28 minute firework display. Corazon Aquino was
celebrating on her own because of her victory in the race for presidency in the
Philippines against Ferdinand Marcos. However, fans of Marcos made life un-
pleasant for many Filipinos with devastating riots long after the election ended.
Prince Andrew of Wales took Sarah Ferguson 's hand in marriage in yet another
flamboyant royal wedding in Westminster Abby. The serious AIDS crisis contin-
ues to haunt people world wide. This fatal disease threatens to touch the lives of
countless millions in years to corne. Innocent people such as Rock Hudson and
the loved Liberace have already become victims of this devastating illness. In yet
another crisis. President Reagan's involvement in the arms dealings with Iran
shocked people across the nation. Aviation history was made once again as a
specially built aircraft made a flight around the world in just over nine days,
nonstop. And finally, for those dedicated sports fans, the World Series featured
the New York Mets and the Boston Red Sox. Celebrations were at handfor the
Mets after they defeated Boston in the 7th game in the series. Also in the ever
popular Super Bowl the New York Giants thundered over the Washington
Redskins with a 39-20 victory. Furthermore, America 's yachting team, the Stars
and Stripes. regained the Americas Cup.
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Friends From Faraway
Foothill has enjoyed a variety of
cultures shared with this years fore
eign exchange students.
Laura Detluan, our visitor from
Spain, took advantage of the many
different activities that Foothill had
to offer. She was a member of the
Spanish club, Biology club. and
CSF. Laura made many new
friends during the past year. Her
only complaint was that 'iAmerican
guys aren 't as cute as the guys in
Lotte Thrige was a senior from
Denmark. She came to Foothill
through the exchange program.
Youth for Understanding. Lotte
was thrilled at the prospect of com-
ing to America and planned to visit
San Francisco and the East Coast
before returning to her home coun-
Foothills Norwegian friend, Eirik
Dosen, established a well-known
reputation on our campus, His
'isenior best" smile stole the hearts
of many of Foothills young ladies
while his athletic ability earned the
respect of Foothills men, Eirik was
especially talented in soccer, his fa-
Mariza Montung came to us from
Djakarta, Indonesia. Mariza en-
joyed swimming, tennis, and bad,
minton. She participated in two of
Foothills foreign language clubs,
French and Spanish. When asked
what was one difference between
California and Indonesia. she re-
plied that Californians are much
Much to Foothills disappoint-
ment, Leif Humes, also from Nor-
way, was unable to finish off the
year at Foothill and there was no
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Ted Sessions. a junior here at
Foothill is very talented in music.
track, and academics, Ted has been
running since he was in the fifth
grade. When he was eleven years old
he won third place in a marathon.
running in the sixteen and under
category. At the present time, Ted's
day is occupied with band. Last sum-
mer he attended drum major camp in
Loomis. Next year he will be Foot-
hill's drum major. Ted plays the clari-
net. snare drum, and is now studying
the piano. Aside from music and run-
ning, he has a grade point average of
3.9. After high school. he would like
to attend the naval academy and be-
come a pilot. After his piloting re-
quirements are up. he would like a
career in engineering. lf Ted does
not go to a military academy, he wish-
es to attend lVl.l.T. and major in
physics. Ted's philosophy is. "Dont
compare yourself with others. Just be
the best that you can be."
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Melody Perkins, a fifteen year old
sophomore, is an outstanding balleri-
na. She has been in ballet since she
was six years old. December of '86
marked the fifth year that she has
participated in the Nutcracker. She
has portrayed such characters as the
soldier, Chinese dancer. Spanish
dancer. flower. and snow. During the
summer of 1986, Melody was picked
to attend the San Francisco Ballet
School for eight weeks. She recently
received a dancing scholarship from
Great American First Savings. After
high school she would like to dance
with one of the more prominent
dance companies such as the School
of American Ballet, located in New
York. and the Royal Ballet in Lon-
don. When asked what she thinks
about her dancing. she replied, Ml
feel as if l have more confidence
when l'm performing. lfeel like peo-
ple like what they see."
One of our outstanding leaders at
Foothill is Stacey Johnson. She is 15
years old and a sophomore. Stacey is
the treasurer of the VICA club here
at Foothill. She has been involved in
VICA since the eighth grade. She just
applied for the Hugh O'Brien Schol-
arship which would give her the op-
portunity to be the sophomore repre-
sentative from Northern California at
the Hugh O'Brien Youth Seminar
held in April of '87. Stacey is now
preparing to run for state officer
VICA. This past year she was part
a team of eight people who won
gold medal at a VICA
for parliamentary procedure.
says that being in VICA has helpe
her to be able to speak publicly. i
also has given her the opportunity t
meet new people.
lege. He wants to attend U.O.P.. an
IV League school, or the Air Force
Academy. If he attends the Air Force
Academy, he will become a pilot, but
otherwise, his future plans are to
teach and coach. When asked how he
thought high school sports could be
improved, he replied, HMore faculty
and student support is needed. If the
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faculty isn't supportive, why should
the students be?"
All of his life, Jason Edwards, now
a senior, has been involved in sports.
At the mere age of four he started
baseball. Then, two years later he got
involved with soccer. In the fourth
grade he began basketball, and in
ninth grade, started playing football,
which has become his favorite sport.
Jason receives eight or nine letters a
week on the average from various
prestigious colleges seeking to recruit
him. He is considering the University
of Pacific, U.C. Davis, West Point,
and the Air Force Academy. He
wishes to study law and become an
Fourteen year old Tom King is a very
talented musician who has already com-
posed two songs. He is a freshman this year
at Foothill High School. He started his musi-
cal career in the sixth grade playing the
piano. The next year he learned to play the
baritone, alto, and tenor saxophone, and
also the drums. Then, in the eighth grade,
Tom learned to play the guitar. He has
become very versatile with all of these in-
struments ana' would like to learn to play
other instruments. Presently, Tom belongs
to a singing group along with two other
boys. The group performs regularly at their
church fthe Neighborhood Bible Churchl.
At the age of thirteen, Torn had the oppor-
tunity to open for Petra at Great America
with his group. Toms future goals are to
attend Bethany Bible College in Santa
Cruz, ana' after that he would like to be-
come a contemporary Christian singer.
songwriter, musician, etc.
When John Rizzardo graduates from high school, he
plans to attend U.C. Davis or Cal Poly and major in Aero-
nautical Engineering. His main interests have been in math
and science. As a 4.0 student throughout high school, he
has been an active member in CSF serving as Vice Presi-
dent and in the Biology Club. He has also participated in
soccer and badminton, John owes all of this to his family
and friends for encouraging him to reach his goals.
Number 1 Student
Upon graduation, Melissa Miller plans to attend FIDM,
Longbeach or University of Santa Barbara. Her major is
Fashion Designing and in the future she hopes to work in a
large clothing industry. Throughout high school Melissa has
been an active member in the Biology Club, CSF and in
Friday Night Live. She has also volunteered her services to
Young Life and FOTC youth groups. Melissa 's determina-
tion. hard work, and dedication helped her achieve her
Number 2 Student
Jack Killman plans on attending U.C. Davis upon gradu-
ation. His major, Aeronautical Engineering, was influenced
by his interests in math and science. Throughout high
school, Jack has participated in various activities such as
soccer and track. He has also been Student Body Presi-
dent. and an active member in CSF. His voluntary services
were appreciated in tutoring, serving on the CAP commit-
tee, helping with Academic Decathalon and with the Mock
Trial. Future plans for Jack consist of joining the military
and becoming a pilot.
Number 3 Student
132 TOP TEN
After completing four long. strenuous
years. the top ten academic students
were finally acknowledged for their out-
standing efforts throughout high school.
The majority of these students have
been involved with CSF. journalism. stu-
dent leadership. WCA. and athletics,
ln order to become one of the candi-
dates for top ten, the students have had
to rearrange schedules. maintain excel-
lent grade point averages, plan for col-
lege. and get ideas for a major, Some of
the students have received scholarships
for which they can attend the top univer-
sities and have been given priority for
entrance into colleges of their choice. As
a result of their endeavors these top ten
achievers have limitless opportunities
open to them.
Top ten students: 1. Robert O'Gorman 2. Martin
Seamons 3. Steve Lenkner 4. Sheryl Johnson 5,
Joey Souvignier 6. llin Chhen 7, Kevin Gregory
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Some of Foothills brightest stu-
dents participated in the 1986-'87
Knowledge Bowl and Academic Def
cathlon, The team for the Knowledge
Bowl was made up offive seniors and
one junior, The Knowledge Bowl is
based on an old television program,
the College Bowl. Six top students
from each high school compete for
scholarships. Team members were
quizzed in English. math, social stud-
ies, science, current events, and a
newer topic, fine arts,
In the Academic Decathlon, seven
students competed from twenty-six
different schools. There were ten dif-
ferent academic areas covered. The
subjects were math, science, social
science, language and literature,
speech, economics, and the fine arts,
An essay, an interview and a super
quiz were also required. Both groups
proved to be outstanding in all cate-
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an entertaining diversion from the demanding teachers
and the laborious hours of homework. This year includ-
ed successful seasons for nearly every sport, especially
the varsity football tearn's 9-O CVC title. The devoted
fans also contributed greatly to this prosperous year.
J. V. Football
The J.V. football team had a long
and hard season. The Mustangs start-
ed off the season with several non-
league losses. In league games, the
team had a record of one win and
five losses. The team was well
i'The team struggled, but l hope what
we learned this year will help us next
year at the varsity levelfl - Brian
equipped with fine athletes. but had a
hard time putting together the chem-
istry to have a successful team. The
team's offensive attack was led by a
strong running game and headed by
tough players, such as, Chad Veial,
Charles Lee, Curtis LaBay, Marcel
McClain, and quarterback Brian
Gary Hicks took over the duties as
head coach this year. Overall, the
team ended its season with a 2-7 re-
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Front row: J. Saulsbury. B. Buick. M. McClain.
C. Lee, S. Majors. M. Degroot, Znd: S. Wood.
S. Grewell. D. Krammer. C. Vial, R. Wamsley.
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142 J.V. FOOTBALL
J. Irish. K. Gandy, Coach Hicks. 3. Bobby
Chen looks over the line before hiking the ball,
4. Chad Vial runs for a first dawn. 5. Brian
Buick hands the ball off to Chad Vial. 6. Marcel
McClain runs through traffic. 7. Charles Lee
looks for an opening. 8. Coach Hicks gives a
pep talk during halftime, 9, The Mustangs kick
off after a touchdown,
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dock, J. Edwards, L, Edwards. G, Jaggers
Second row: T. Vandervort, H. Kim, D. Le
masters. R. Botha. T. Bagley. M. Havrilla, R
Hambey, C. Yearrnan, J. Labane. K. Blattel
First row: T. Lacey, M. Wisman, D. Dickenson
L. Rogers, D. Porter, C. Marler, T. Frazier, M.
Graham, J. Hunt. E. Scrivner. Sitting: l. Faris, l
McBay. B. Mullins. N. Swazo, A. Lazaro, B
Locsin. T, Thompson.
Ponies Off and
The '86-'87 frosh football season
was a good one, but could have been
terrific. They ended the season with
four wins and three losses. After a
slow start, losing two of the first three
games, they showed great character
by coming back and winning three of
their lastfour games. "This team was
only beaten once. The other two
losses can be attributed to coaching
errors," said Coach Soto. At the
awards ceremony on December 1,
the following players received
awards: the leading ground gainer
and voted most valuable player was
Alex Lazaro, the best quarterback
choice was between Chris Lopez and
Jason Moredockg the outstanding
lineman award went to Greg Jaggers,
also outstanding on the line was Ja-
son Edwardsg outstanding on de-
fense was Captain Eric Scriuner,
along with James Hunt, and Scott
Irish, most inspirational was Renier
1. Determined Mustangs struggle for first
down yardage. 2. The offensive line holds back
their opponenets. 3. Jason Moredock hands
off the ball to Mark Wisman, while Alex Lax-
aro blocks. 4, FoothilIs's offensive line. 5. Eric
Scrivner, Alex Lazaro, Mark Wisman, and
Benny Locsin cheer on the Mustangs. 6. Hong
Kim slips out of the grasp of his opponent. 7,
Eric Scrivner out leaps the defender. 8. Hong
Kim sprints down the field to score for the
Stangs. 9. Top row: R. Haynes, C. Nicholes, J.
Call, Coach D. Soto, Coach E, Soto, Coach J.
Jimenez, P. Boggs. B. Leggett, C. Lopez.
Third row: D. Horrigan. S, Irish, C. Middleton,
K. Dustin, C. Martinez, R, Owens, J. More-
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 145
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For the varsity soccer team, the
1986 season looked almost promis-
ing. During pre-season, the team
traveled to Eureka in September to
compete in a tournament. The
Mighty Mustangs defeated three oth-
er high schools to advance to the
championship game against Eureka
in which they were defeated. The
Mustangs carried into their season an
air of confidence - maybe too much
confidence. During midseason, the
team then traveled to Dixon to par-
ticipate in another tournament, and
were defeated after their third game.
The remainder of the season went
reasonably well for the Mustangs.
The team wrapped things up by tying
their last two games, setting them in
third place for the second year in a
row, just missing out on the Tourna-
ment of Champions. As close as they
were to the T.O.C., the returning var-
sity players should be able to get it
together next season.
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fielder. 2. Back row: Coach Don Wharton.
John Downing. David Medcalf. Tom Taylor.
Jack Killrnan. Life Humes. Robby Jones. Ja-
son Wharton. Matt Colby. Erik Dosen, Edward
Hernandez, Coach Ted Nasca. Middle row:
Scott Haselwood, Shawn Smith. Wayne Ben-
nett, Dan Gaffney, Victor Durnlao, Thomas
Torres. Doug Headington. Danny Murphy.
Front row Goalkeepers: Danny Bowen. Daryl
Ganas, Jason Vernon. 3. Goalkeeper Jason
146 VARSITY SOCCER
Vernon reaches over an Eagle to save the play.
4. Racing for the possession of the ball is
Wayne Bennett. 5. Robby Jones dribbles the
ball into position to set up a shot. 6. With hopes
of setting up a goal. Dave Medcalf tries to
regain possession of the ball. 7. Shawn Smith
and Dan Gaffney keep an E.C. opponentfrom
taking control of the ball. 8. Scott Haselwood
heads a difficult to reach ball. 9. Dan Gaffney
collides with the opposition while heading the
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The second year of the J. V. soccer
program turned out to be quite suc-
cessful. Under the coaching of Grant
Denny and Danny Morton, the team
played their way to third place in the
competitive CVC league.
Team member'Mark Saldivar said,
"Our team was aggressive, and we
never gave up until the end." The
only problems the team seemed to
have were it's lack of team coopera-
tion and skilled players. The team
also received no financial support
from the school, which tended to
pose a problem. Overall, the J. V. soc-
cer team had a good season, but
many of the players were anxious to
begin another season and improve
their third place ranking.
1. Tony Elkins races furiously to retrieve the
ball. 2. Running frorn an opponent, Tony El'
kins races for a goal. 3. Mike Drews prepares
for a long kick to a waiting player. 4. Caught up
in a little bit of confusion. Sean Klausner man-
ages to get the ball away from the opposition,
5. Sean Klausner carefully guards a member of
the opposing team. 6. Richie Torres blocks a
goal with a powerful kick. 7. Front row: R,
Torres. Middle row: K. DeVisser. M. Can-
simbe, K. Saecho, I. Hernandz. M. Saldivar, R.
Quinn. R. Johnson, T. Frost. Back row: M.
Allen, M. Drews. A, Sage, E, Zirbel. T. Elkins,
M, Williams. S. Bichel, E. Vernon.
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The men 'sjvnior varsity basketball
team had a roller coaster season. Al-
though there were ups and downs,
the team ended with an overall re-
cord of 10-14. Early in the season,
the Stangs advanced to the cham-
pionship game in the Jack Scott
Tournament. The team played with
great intensity, but lost in the closing
minutes of the game by a margin of
i'The JV team played hard and
with great intensity. They
showed vast improvement in
the second half of the season. "
Coach Tim lnderbitzen
two points. Under the prestigious
coaching of head Coach Tim lnder-
bitzen and assistant Coach Manning
the team learned how to play solid
man to man defense, The young
Stang's play greatly improved toward
the end of the season. Each player
gained valuable experience and a
great deal of knowledge which will be
needed for next year's varsity squad.
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2 Top row S McGregor M Vial R Lee M
Hmkle J Irish J Meyers M Drews D Smith
A Hinkle B Chen M Williams Front row F
Ramos Coach Manning M McClain 3 Bob
by Chen dribbles up court while looking for an
open man, 4. James Irish penetrates the El
Camino defense for a lay-up, 5. Sornrnes
McGregor speeds past an Eagle defender, 6.
Mike Drews receives a pass from a fellow Mus'
tang. 7. Players clear for a free throw attempt
by Derek Smith. 'Sommes McGregor shoots
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The girl's J. V. Basketball team
consisted of merely five players,
making it difficult for them consider-
ing the fact that they had no backup
players. Each player did an excellent
job of covering their positions. Jessi-
ca Wharton played an excellent de-
fense while Marla Gibson acted as the
dominant force in the center. Shan-
non Ewing proved to be the best re-
bounder, scoring an average of 14
points per game while Jennifer Sny,
der scored an average of more than
10 points per game. Jennifer Ro-
meyn, who recently arrived from
Minnesota, also helped the team tre-
mendously. Coach Steel commented
that she had a nice shooting touch,
Apparently, lack of players was
not an obstacle in their march to vic-
tory. for the team enjoyed a winning
season. The highlight of their season
was their victory over El Dorado end-
ing with a score of 39-38. Coach
Steel stated, "The JV team played
with a lot of art, challenged all the
first place teams and deserved their
opportunity to be in contention."
1. Marla Gibson gets tangled up in arms as she
tries to pass off 2. Jennifer Romeyn prepares
to receive a pass from Jessica Wharton, 3.
Jessica Wharton looks for a sleal from an El
Dorado Cougar 4. J. Snyder. J Wharton. M
Gibson. S Ewing, J Romeyn. Front. Coach
Steel, 5 Jennifer Snyder wonders how she is
going to make a basket with all these people in
her way 6 Shannon Ewing looks for an open
teanlrnate 7 Jennifer Rorneyn races down the
court to set up a play X Jennifer Snyder stops
abruptly to put up a shot. 9. Jennifer Ronieyn
tries a cross court pass.
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1. Jeff Bain sees his destiny eye to eye. 2, Rendell Johnsons
opponent is down for the count. 3. Eric Locke plans an escape.
4. Jeff Bain executes an outstanding wrestling maneuver. 5.
Danny Holt tries to rnake a corneback. 6 Kathy Brown makes
history as Foothills first female wrestler. 7. Cal Hone prepares
to pin his opponent. 8, Back row: Coach Santee. M, Barright.
E. Crocker. G, Shelton, D. Wasson. M. Duncan. F. Klensch. S.
Asp. A, Breed. A. Black. Coach Heckel. Middle row: S. McEl-
roy. M. McCook. K, Hone, P, Porter, T, Supplee, E. Locke. B.
Spaid, M. McCormick, T. McCook. R. Jones, Front row: R.
Johnson, D. Holt, C. Brown. R. Seamons, J. Hall. 9. Rendell
Johnsons opponent is starting to have regrets about this
match. 10. The Mustang wrestlers giue each other encourage-
ment before the big match.
This year's badminton team
showed off an abundance of new tal-
ent. With few returning players, the
team was composed of mostly new
faces. Kevin Gregory, a returning
senior, shared his opinion about the
team. A'We haue a lot of new talent
out this year and they appear to be
promising. Due to their inexperience,
however, the season ahead looks
challenging." The season was chal-
lenging for the young team. however,
their enthusiasm and unlimited ener-
gy helped them to gain the skills
needed for a successful season. Most
players showed a strong determina-
tion to win, Matt Prosser used the
phrase A'Can 't lose" whenever spirits
were low. The teams number one
player was Sophomore Mark Salui-
1. Regina Hernandez scrambles to make a dif'
ficult shot. 2. While warming up. Mark Saluidar
hits a few practice shots. 3. Mike Fenton posi'
tions himself as he waits for a high lob. 4.
Michelle Hoffman scissors the birdie over the
net. 5. Kevin Gregory ranges to his right to
execute a perfect stroke. 6. Back row: M. Sea-
mons. M. Saluidar. M. Prosser. J. Hopkins, E.
Strain. M. Fenton, J. Srulowitz. Middle row:
Coach Reed, J Rizzardo. L. Rogers, K. Greg-
ory. L. Thrige. S. Mead. K. Whitfield. Front
row: M. Montung, M Hoffman, D. Murphy, D.
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hand smash. 8. John Rizzardo rushes the net.
9. Martin Seamons finesses the birdie over the
net. 10. Matt Prosser unleashes a powerful
serve. 11. Brian Howes golfs the birdie to his
opponent, 12. Ed Strain attempts a difficult
backhana' shot. 13. Daniel Murphy reaches
back for a deep lob shot
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As the cold winter weather gave way
to sunny spring days, Foothill swimmers
traded in their sweaters and coats for
their swimsuits. Under the experienced
coaching of Daryl Lohrke and newcom-
er Scott Anderson, the ambitious swim-
mers prepared for an outstanding sea-
son. Long hours of practice were put in
by everyone in order to reach all of their
goals. Many swimmers hoped to make
the Sac-Joaquin Section meet in early
May. Not ones to be away from the wa-
ter for too long, the swimmers held a car
wash in April to raise money for new
team sweatshirts. Off to a good start, the
swim team hoped to splash their way
through a fun and successful season.
1. Swiftly cutting through the water, Stacy Johnson
catches a breath. 2. Stephanie Grajeda, Kristine
Nordin, and Shana Newcomb wait to swim their
next set. 3. Front row: G. Robinson, K. Turner,
Second row: G. Kolafa, T. Frost, P. Ridley, B.
Spaid, A. Ortega, Third rowifvl-lr?elwood, D.
Bailey, S, Cook, M. Adams, Bklfrgnnl Back row:
Coach Daryl Lohrke, T. Holmes, T. Bamsey, L.
Mathis, J. Thus, R, Grajeda, Coach Scott Ander-
son. 4. Teana Reynolds and Christy Helm take a
break from the long, hard workouts. 5.-'it
limi Todd Holmes, and Brett Spaid pull the
tarp off of the pool. 6, Jennifer Uyeda listens
intensely to Coach Daryl Lohrke. 7. Tony Bamsey
works hard on his dive after practice. 8. Front row:
K. Steen. A. Joseph, C. Helm, J, Uveda. Second
row: A. Reynolds, S. Johnson, T. Holmes, S. New-
comb, L. Jahn, C. McCollough. Third row: B.
Mayer, S. Wright, L. Lynch, C. Clark, K. Killman,
M. Mefford. Back row: Coach Daryl Lohrke, J.
Pereira, K. Nordin, T. Reynolds, A. Colby, A.
McCollough, J. Whitman, Coach Scott Anderson.
9. Teana Reynolds works hard to improve her
ltls been said that if there's no pain,
there's no gain. Well, this statement
holds true at track practices and meets,
where certain dedicated "Stangs" test-
ed their ability for running and sprinting.
This year's team was small, and there
were a lot of newcomers, approximately
751, as estimated by the coaches. Some
of the top ueterans were Eddie Vaughn,
Mike Blackwell, John Mendiola, and
Charles Putney. These four talented
competitors were key influences for the
success of this year's squad. The team 's
toughest competitors were Rio Ameri-
cano, El Camino, and El Dorado. lt
wasn't the strongest year, but it was cer-
tainly productive in training future track
stars. None of this would haue been pos-
sible without hard work and dedication
of Coach Davidson, Coach Almond,
Coach Heckle and Coach Rogers. "lt's
been a tough season, but they haue
worked hard and have done well, " said
1. Eddie Vaughn bursts out of the blocks, gaining a
big head start. 2. Sherri Morgan successfully hands
off to Cindy Parsons. 3. Front row: D. Nelson, R.
Daw, K. Scroggins, R. Nagy, S. Morgan. Second
row: C. Putney, M. Brandon, C. Deemer, V. Peter-
son, K. Barnhart, C. Parsons, l. Salibo, J. Men-
diola. Third row: Coach Almond, E. Vaughn, M.
Blackwell, M. Vaughn, S, Harris, E. Crocker, T.
Sessions. 4. Eddie Vaughn and John Mendiola
practice their hand-off. 5. John Mendiala hurls
himself into the air, attempting to break his own
long jump record. 6. Kristina Barnhart soars over
the hurdle. 7. Mike Blackwell 's determination is a
big plus while performing the long jump. 8. Charles
Putney easily clears the hurdle.
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Even though they lacked exper-
ience, the Junior Varsity track team
had an unlimited amount of poten-
tial, motivation. and dedication. As
the yearbook went to press. the team
had only participated in two meets.
Early "stars" that were identified
were James Speckman ana' James
Irish who excelled in running events,
and Blain Boden who showed prom-
ise in the shoteput and discus. Coach
Heckel said. HThe sophomore team
has strong potential and can be as
good as they want to be."
AT. Back row: S. Durham, V. Kesweder. J.
Meyers. J. lrish, T. Conway, A. Hinson, D.
Russell. P. Simms, J. Jacobson. Middle row: B.
Boden. B. Lane. T. Robertson. M. McClain, R.
Donaldson. T, Harris. J, Searnons. Front row:
K. Deuisser. T. Elkins. R. Johnson, J. Hall, R.
Seamans, J, Speckman, K. Hone, B. Carlson.
2. Tim Robertson leaps through the air in the
long jump competition. 3. Rob Seamons
passes the baton to Tony Elkins in a relay race.
4. John Searnons easily clears the bar in the
high jump. 5. Carrie Scroggins flies over a hur'
dle. 6. Sparky Harris takes a trialjump over the
bar. 7. Tony Elkins gets a quick start off the
block. 8. John Meyers stretches out before his
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The 1987 tennis team lost many of
its talented players from the previous
year, but a new crop of players
hoped to redeem the team after their
first loss against, tough to beat, Rio
Americano. Many new young players
came out this year to help keep Foot-
hill's winning record alive and bounc-
ing. Top seeded Joey Souvignier
said, l'With the great coaching skills
from Coach Hansen, we should do
dandy." The tennis team practiced
endless hours in order to perform
with maximum efficiency. As the
yearbook went to press, the team
gathered several victories and had
high expectations for league success.
1. Steve Fernandez whistles while he works. 2.
Front row: Bob Chen, Troy Rice, JeffHansen.
Robbie Quinn. Moses McKinnis. Middle row:
Coach Hansen. Steve Goble. Joey Souvignier,
Steve Fernandez. Dave Kuehner, Jim Hen'
drickson. Eric Wnwnes, Mike Potter. Back
row: Skyler Baldock, Richard Montoya. Brian
Lutz. David Crawford, Alan Case. Scott
Bloom. Derek lra. David Scott, Steve Greuiell.
Richard Yu. Shad Scuttee. 3, At mid-court,
Bobby Chen makes an off balance slam. 4,
Coach Hansen works with Bobby Chen, Steve
Goble. and Dave Kuehner on their backhand
strokes. 5. Eric Waynes applies topspin on a
backcourt volley. 6. Dave Kuehner hits a few
warm-up shots before the match. 7, Joey Sou-
vignier gets his entire body into the serve. 8.
Jim Hendrickson returns a shot with his back-
hand, 9. Coach Hansen demonstrates for the
team the correct way to hit a smash
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The Varsity Baseball team got off to a
slow start this year but hoped to tm
prove as the season progressed Coach
Clint Brill gave the players the mstruc
tion they needed but after losing their
fourth game in a row the Mustangs knew
they weren tgetting it all together Some
of the veteran players coming offa vzcto
nous basketball season joined the team
later and were a tremendous help Ca
sey Cronan asenior veteran comment
ed We re really having a tough time
and lm finding it hard to carry the
weight of the team until the basketball
players come out
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1. Bill Rankin stretches to catch an outfield fly. 2
Dennis Ackerman throws a split-fingered fast ball
to the plate. 3. Casey Cronan slams a base hit. 4
Jim Jaggers blocks a wild pitch. 5. Brett Catanzaro
ponders his next pitch. 6. Robert Bradley watches
a low ball go by. 7. Casey Cronan legs it out for a
base hit. 8. Ben Gonzales, after fielding a ground
er. fires the ball to first base for the out. 9. Back
row: Coach Brill, M. Green, J. Jaggers. B. Gon
zales, A. Scott. Middle row: T. Torres. R. Bradley
K. Gandy, D. Ackerman. C. Cronan. Front row: E
Harris, B. Rankin, J. Sullivan, D. Headington, B
The J.V. baseball team tied their
first game against Del Campo with a
score of 6-6, to start off the 1987
season. An ecstatic Charley Ku said,
"Coach Hicks and Coach Byrom are
doing an outstanding job of prepar-
ing the sophomores to compete at
the varsity level. The coaches are also
helping the freshmen keep the Mus-
tang winning tradition alive."
This season's starters consisted
mostly of returning players, but had a
few fresh frosh faces. The starters
were Chad Vial, Greg Ortiz, Curtis
LaBay, Jerome Salisbury, Jim Hicks,
Charley Ku, Mike DeGroot, Doug
Kramer and Isaac Faris.
The J.V. 'Stangs had hopes of sun-
ny days, dry fields, and a winning
1. Back row: Coach Hicks, Jerome Salisbury,
Coach Virom. Kim Fogal, 2nd row: Greg Ortiz,
Chad Vial Isaac Faris. Rudy Shuster, Jim
Hicks, Kenny Dustin. 3rd row: Mike DeGroot,
Dan Borgeson, Doug Krammer. David Dick-
enson, Richie Torres. Front row: Charley Ku,
Chris Marler, Curtis LaBay. Eddie Vann. 2.
Jerome Salisbury throws a strike, 3. Jim Hicks
tries to stay alive after two strikes. 4. Chad Vial
scoops up the ball. 5. Jim Hicks, Rudy Shuster,
and Mike DeGrott walk to the field, sure ofa
win, 6. The J.V, 'Stangs share a pep talk. 7,
Charley Ku stretches for the big game, 8. lsaac
Faris holds off on a ball out of the strike zone.
J. V. BASEBALL
The varsity softball team looked
forward to a rewarding season in
1987. With the expertise of Coach
Wagoner, the team endured exten-
sive practices everyday in order to
Cindy Weathers said: "We
ought to have a good season
with new members. The twins,
Tracie and Teri Davis, are
working real hard pitching.
There is a lot of talent among
these softball players."
sharpen their skills on the field. As a
new member on the varsity team.
Freshman Kelly planned to work
hard and dedicated her efforts to a
1. Kelly Grijalva hits a fly ball to left field. 2.
Kindra Wilson hurries her throw to home plate.
3. Charlene Hennigan scoops up a hot ground,
er. 4. Warming up, Jennifer Snyder practices a
few throws. 5. Wendy Weishart attempts to
make a double play with Kindra Wilson as her
backup. 6. Angela Commons warms up the
pitcher before the game. 7. Cindy Weathers
swings aggressively at a fast ball. 8. Front row:
Heather Ritter. Angela Commons, Tracie Da-
vis. Jennifer Snyder. Terri Davis. Kelly Gri-
jalva. Toni Seymour, Back row: Wendy Wei-
sharl, Kindra Wilson. Charlene Hennigan,
Sandy O'Popert. Cindy Weathers. Coach
The J. V. softball team worked ex-
tremely hard to attain their goals in
the '87 season. All the time it took to
practice and perfect their game was
well worth the effort, especially when
the team defeated one of their oppo-
nents. The '87 team was young, con-
sistent, and enthusiastic. The coaches
'tl can see a lot of them improv-
ing their skills to play varsity
next year" - Coach Potts
tried to instill in them good sports-
manship, proper attitudes and excel-
lent team relationships. A couple of
outstanding players, Laura Gaea and
Donna Costa, helped keep the
teamls spirit alive. Coaches Martin
and Potts were happy with the team 's
1. L. Gaea unleashes a powerhouse swing. 2.
Back row: T. Goss. G. Crafton. Coach Martin.
Coach Potts, S. Chenowath. L. Faulkner. Mid-
dle row: K. Henneke. J. Romane. M. Drener.
L Gaea, S. Henry. Front row: D. Costa. K.
Moore. S. Brewer. S. Brewer. R. Ryan. J.
James. Manager. 3. S. Brewer concentrates on
the pitch as teammate J. James looks on. 4. L.
Gaea fields the ball with ease and underhands
it to the second baseman. 5. S. Chenowath
gets in a few warm up pitches before the first
inning. 6. G. Crafton strokes a hot grounder to
third. 7. D. Costa races home as J. Rarnane
and M. Dreher get caught up in the excitement.
8. Outfielder K. Henneke fields the ball and
throws it into third base.
J.V. GIRL 'S SOFTBALL ' 183
Under the coaching ofMr. Don Whar-
ton and Mr. Dave Colby the women's
varsity soccer team looked as if they
were going to be as strong as ever. With
more than half the team returning from
last year, it looked to be a promising
season for the girls. Kim Williamson and
Jessica Wharton led the defense with
superb force, and the combination of
Michelle Stefani and Stephani Daw
helped make the offense one of the
most outstanding around. Super goalie
Cathy Brown stood by to back up the
rest of her teammates, those brutal fe-
males who hoped to tear up the turfs of
This was the first year we have had a
junior varsity soccer team. The team
consisted of mostly freshmen. Although
they had high enthusiasm the baby
Stang's season did not promise to be a
very rewarding one, but the experience
will be to their advantage in the future.
1. Denise Quigley competes with opposing players
to gain possession of the ball. 2. Jill Stuckey dribf
bles the ball downfield. 3. Team players talk about
second-half strategy during a time-out. Jessica
Wharton kicks a pass upfield. 5. Coach Colby gives
the team a pep talk during half-time. 6. Jessica
Wharton slams a corner kick to center field. 7.
Maggie Flack throws the ball from the sideline. 8.
Back row: Coach Wharton. K. Newell, J. Wharton,
S, Daw. S. Edwards, M. Stefani, L. Morford,
Coach Colby. Front row: J. Soik. T. Hyatt, C.
Brown. J. Stuckey. E. Wigle.
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oothill s many clubs and organizations enhanced the
school socially as well as academically. These clubs and
organizations supplied Foothill s top students with new
challenges and experiences that they might use for fu-
ture reference. The dedication of these students and the
advisers was extremely evident in the outcome of all
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Members of the Spanish club en-
joyed many festivities throughout the
year Dinners and parties were held
often ana' many of the club's get to-
gethers exposed members to Span-
ish culture All in all this year's Span-
ish club was a great success.
1. This year's Spanish Club consisted of the
following: Back row: Jason Wharton, Matt
Colby. Adam Kisco. Mike Kisco, Greg Robin'
son. George Vallas, Ted Sessions. Darien lree
ton, John Eastham. Middle row: Doug Head-
ington, Dan Hinnenkamp. Melissa Miller, Sa-
brina Phillips, Karen Naungayan. Jennifer
Mahoney. Michelle Tinkle. Lotte Thrige. Regt'
na Hernandez. Susan Johnson. Lisa Huckaby,
Front row: Aruerne Lofton. Jimmy Gingrich.
Troy Rice. David Hinnenkamp. Marty Huck-
aby, Andrea Hartis. Yvonne Hollingsworth.
Laura de Juan, Veronica Hernandez. Pamela
Johnson. 2. Doug Headington and Dan Hin-
nenkamp listen attentiuely. 3. Jacqie Mahoney
gets prepared to whack the Pinata, 4. Laura de
Juan explains some Spanish culture to a class-
mate. 5. Sheryl Johnson shares her ideas with
the other clubmembers.
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1986-87 was an outstanding year for
the German Club. Because of a very
successful candy sale, the club was
able to have food prepared by Mr.
Dobbert and occasionally go out to a
local German restaurant for dinner.
Club members enjoyed numerous
activities dealing with German cul-
ture. A European extravaganza was
offered those 'who were interested in
a chance of a lifetime triplll
1. Anthony Bamsey and Hong Kim listen to
Mr. Dobbert explain future activities. 2. Brad
Crawford and Tony Strain enthusiastically de-
cide where their next uacation will take place.
3. Mr. Dobbert does his best to shine some
light on the subject for some confused stu-
dents. 4. The 1986-87 German Club consisted
of the following: Front row: Brad Crawford,
Hong Kim. Jennifer Pickens. Megan Wright,
Michelle Brock. Sara Easten. Miki Brandon.
Middle row: George Vallas, Natalie Taylor.
Greg Robinson, Roy Northern, Jill Stuckey.
Kristina Barnhard. Heather English, Rachel
Chaney. Back row: Tony Strain, Anthony
Barnsey. Blain Baden, Jeff Doll, Jerome
Soulsbury. Robert Chen. 5. Brad Crawford
and Jennifer Pickens ernit a German chuckle.
French club members gained
much from their experiences
throughout the year. Aside from reg-
ular club meetings, they held the tra-
ditional French club bake sales and
fundraisers, This year's majorproject
was the Valentine's Day flower sale.
Club members were rewarded with a
spectacular luncheon at Crepe Dan-
iel s All in all the French club had a
profitable and exciting year
1. Tina Reynolds and Amy Post mix the fine
art of wrestling with French. 2. Flashing their
smiles to the yearbook photographer are Mrs.
Cohen and Tina Reynolds. 3. Front row: Kim-
berlyn Jenkins, Amy Past. Tina Reynolds.
Amber Kempker. Christine Lang. Middle row:
Sabrina Philips, Robyn Granados, Michelle
Chaffee, Ms. Cohen, Becky Smith, Back raw:
John Rose, George Vallas. David Herman.
Mariza Montung. Greg Robinson, Rachel Li-
gon, Lynn Pearson. 4. "Parlez-vous Francais"
asks John Rose. 5. Mrs. Cohen explains some
of the fine points about the drawing to Shan-
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The Education Opportunity Pro-
gram is celebrating its 23rd year of
structured efforts for the representa-
tion of minority and low-income fam-
ilies. This was the third year in a row
the EOP has had a good turnout in
their efforts to eliminate difficulties
and problems confronting minorities.
The EOP has also played a big part at
Foothill in helping minority students
pursue their college careers.
1. Front row: Eric Stowe. Cora Hullurn. Reggie
Owens, Dianna Olvidaro. Adrian Hinson, Ja'
juan Davis. Jerome Saulsbury. Back row:
Vanessa Brown, Nicole Clark, Michelle Casey.
Kiki Kerksy, Laura Gaea. Alyssa Gibson, Feli-
cia Givens, Arvern Lofton. Salms McGregor,
Mark Saldivar. 2. Dianna Oluidaro listens to
new ideas for club activities, 3. Eric Stowe
helps plan the next EOP meeting. 4. Salms
McGregor looks over the agenda for the day 'S
meeting. 5. Andrea James and Vanessa
Brown are excited about the club's various
Students Supply Service
"Exactly what is CSF?" Many cur-
ious students ask this question upon
hearing of this particular organiza-
tion. CSF is the California Scholar-
ship Federation open to all students
with a 3.0 average and a one dollar
yearly membership fee. lt is an orga-
nization that provides public services,
such as, trick or treating for UNICEF .
holiday food drives, and the Toys for
Tots. In addition to providing ser-
vices to the community, CSF took
part in speech contests, raised money
for college scholarships, and hosted
the annual CSF conference in May at
Foothill. A record number of stu-
dents were guided by Mr. Wayne Mil-
ton, Advisor, Jack Killrnan, Presi-
dent, John Rizzardo, Vice-President,
Lyndale Hullurn, Secretary: Chris
Maio, Treasurerg and Michelle Ma-
1. Secretary. Lyndale Hullum, makes note of
an official letter. 2. President. Jack Killman
presides over a CSF meeting. These are regu-
larly held every other Tuesday. 3. Front row:
C. Lawson. K. Fields. T. Lee, M. Prill. T.
Barnes, N, Taylor, L. Hullum, M. Maguire, J.
Killrnan, J. Rizzardo. C. Maio. M. Chen, R.
Rizzardo, J. Maynard. Back row: Z. Carden, B.
Esparza. T. Riener. M. Hinkle. D, Hinnen-
camp. S. Buggy. F. Smith. T. Harris, G. Lowell.
J. Whitman. W. Bennett. J. Souvignier. S.
Lynch. J. Wharton. C. Ku. M. Miller, M.
Chaffe. S. Barrett. C. Lange, D. lreton. S. Phil-
lips, H. Chen, D. Hinnencamp, L. Thringe, M.
Seamons. J. Mahoney. T. Lisman. R. O'gor-
man. K. Whitfield. 4. Julie Whitman. Joey Sou-
vignier, and Natalie Taylor discuss candy sales.
5. John Rizzardo, Vice-President. and Chris
Maio. Treasurer, tally up the months member-
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This was another outstanding year
for one of Foothill's most prestigious
clubs The Vocational Industrial Clubs
of America was led by Bill Grewell,
president, Pam Jacobs, Vice-Presi-
dent, Dale Taylor, Secretary, Stacey
Johnson, Treasurerg Diane Beeken,
Club Representativeg Bill Wickham,
Historiang and Robert O'gorman, Re-
porter. The club held its annual new
member barbecue swim party in-
doors due to uncompromising weath-
er conditions. The weather, however,
didn 't put a damper on the occasion,
they just played volleyball instead!
Other activities included a leadership
day with schools from all over Cali-
fornia, and Regional and State com-
1. Front row: B. Grewell. S. Grewell, S. John-
son. D. Inch. M. Blackwell. R. Kajihara. Back
row: A. Turner, C. Linde. R, Gilliand, C. lnch,
L, Moore. M. Wofford, M, Saldivar, J. Doll, R.
Ogorman, A. Stark. G. Audiss, D. Taylor, E,
Hawks. M, Westley. D, Bailey, E. Trinca. 2.
Mr. Trinca and Mr. Linde enjoy the "inside
barbecue". 3. Sheryl Johnson prepares the
Condiments for hungry guests. 4. Jim Missil-
dine goes back for seconds on the free harn-
burgers. 5, VICA members participate in an
exciting game of volleyball.
On The Move
This year's Biology club was as adventurous
and as exciting as always. The club members
sacrificed that little extra time taken away from
their Saturdays to explore exciting new hori-
zons with the club advisor, Ms. Linda Dixon.
The year got off to a breathtaking start, and
breathtaking is the perfect word, The group
spent the day hiking the trails ofMuir Woods in
Marin County. Soon after recouperating, the
club journeyed to the Malakoff diggings in Ne-
vada City where the students were well in-
formed about the history of Hydraulic mining,
followed by a visit to the Empire State Mine.
These frolicful and educational adventures
were made possible by the hard planning of
the Biology club advisors, President Jackie Ma-
honey, Vice-President Mardi Huckabay, and
Secretary Michelle Hoffman.
1. Club members patiently await the news about the up-
coming trip, 2. The club members stumble over the deci-
sion of whether to attend the trip or not. 3. Joey Souuig'
nier shows his support for wildlife ata club meeting. 4. M.
Huckaby. M. Hoffman, J. Rizzardo. and J. Eastham pon-
der the unknown. 5, Front row: J. Eastham, D lreton. M,
Ayers. M. Huckaby, J, Souvignier. S, Smith, T. Lisman. J,
Rose. Center row: L. Thrige. L, De Juan, J. Mahoney, J.
Mahoney, K. Green, A. Grogg, M. Hoffman, J. Nisperos,
M. Chhen, F. De Lange, Ms. Dixon. Back row: S. Roberts.
R. Granados, J. Thuss. M. Hinkle. A, Hinkle, M. Saldivar,
J, Rizzardo, M. Prill. M, Brandon, B. Sturm, S, Henry, L.
Huckaby. 6, Ms. Dixon works diligently signing students up
for a trip.
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Foothill's Creative Writing club spent the
school year improving their writing abilities.
This group of talented young artists met with
Mrs. Vorce on Tuesdays, every several weeks,
to obtain constructive criticism about their writ-
ing. They all shared their insight with one an-
other to further expand their existing knowl-
edge of writing,
Other' activities were listening to poet
speakers, observing instructional movies, and
designing sweatshirts to sell. The club, further-
more, helped to publish the Creative Writing
Magazine put out at the end of the year.
1. During a meeting, club members sit anxiously waiting to
contribute their ideas. 2. Don Lozo ponders ideas present-
ed to him earlier. 3. Jason Walker discusses his latest
stories with Linda Phenneger. 4. Front row: Heidi Ireland,
Angela Platt,Julie Hoover. Tammy Snyder, Back row:
Mrs. Vorce, John Rose, Linda Phenneger, Jason Walker,
Don Lozo, Lynn Pearson. Nicole Hoehn.
Foothill's Future Business Leaders
chapter is presently in its third year of
activity. The majority of the students
active in the club are those upperclass
people planning to pursue business
or vocational careers in the future.
Wayne Bennett, president, is an
active leader and participates in
many clubs and sports at Foothill.
This year the club received special
recognition from the Sacramento
County Office of Education for their
efforts in the Career Mentor Pro-
1. Wayne Bennett, president. 2. FBLA leaders
for 1986-87. 3. Michelle Paver, secretary. 4.
Steve Adams. treasurer. 5. Front row: S.
Laiwa. L. Miezinich. V. Bricker. D. Mulhern,
Back row: D. Baird. K. Weatherby. L. Rowarid,
J. Barnhart, T. Seymour, R. Evans, K. Pierce,
H. Templeton. 6. Zoe Jordan, Tracy Hicks,
Mark Young, Brandy Amos. Tina Boyter. Kim
Pierce. 7. President Wayne Bennett addresses
the Career Mentor group on behalf af FBLA.
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Foothills Future Health Profes-
sionals explored many new areas of
medicine during the club's second
year of existence. During November
'86, they sponsored the Great
American Smokeout, which was de-
signed to aid smokers in breaking
their habit. The program received
much enthusiasm and support from
the students who attended the rally.
The club visited various hospitals
where they were given tours, and
were able to observe some of today 's
new technology used by the medical
1. Lisa Huckaby willingly cooperates while
Lena Rice checks her blood pressure. 2. Front
row: Sheryl Johnson. Lisa Huckaby. Brenda
Strum. Mome Chhen. Michelle Rousey. Back
row: Ms. Durham. Mardi Huckaby. Lena Rice.
Michelle Maguire. Laurie Modrzejewski. Him
Chhen. 3. Michele Maguire thinks she is dying
so Sheryl Johnson takes her pulse.
Though not very successful as a
team this year, several of the Chess
Club members fulfilled individual
goals. Charles Kester, the teams
most valuable player, defeated the
league champion at Sacramento
High School and became the champi-
on of the top boards in the Sacra-
4. Front row: M. Arellano, A. Grogg. W. An-
drade. D. Jenson. S. Morgan. Back row: M.
Webb. S. Baldock. R. Grajeda, T. Stafford, C.
Kester, F. Klensch. 5. The players analyze the
board before making their big move.
The Concert Band was an inter-
mediate band made up of many stu-
dents, This band presented concerts
and participated in some music festie
vals. Practical performing experience
and good musical techniques were re-
quired for the Concert Band.
1. Fred Klensch. Tom Reiner, Willie An-
drade. and Michelle Ayola sight read a new
composition. 2. Ron Oliuer. Rob Degroot,
and Mark Adams demonstrate the art of trom-
bone playing. 3. Todd Greene and Casey
Cronan watch Maggie Winton and Andrea
Fayette with great amusement. 4. Showing
their musical talent are Greg Kolafa and John
Seamons, 5, Carolyn Lewis practices a diffi-
cult passage, 6, Concert Band: Front row.
Monique McFarlane, Janie Pereira. Anita Wil-
helm. Andrea Fayette. Maggie Winten. 2nd
row: Trista Willock, Carolyn Lewis. Sara
Eastham, Tara Zelinsky, Connie Mangurn.
Dallas Jensen, Eric Eccles, 3rd raw: Ty Mclain.
Adrian Hinson, Todd Greene. Casey Cronan.
Torn Reiner, Willie Andrade. Fred Klensch,
Back row: Danny Lamaster. Kao Saechao, Da-
uid Dickensen. Joe Pastrana, Patrick Johnson.
Chris Pebley, Greg Kolafa, Debi Lively. John
Seamons. Ron Oliver. Robert DeGroot, Mark
Adams. Mr. Adam.
Foothill's Cadet Orchestra directed
by Mr. Lopes, proved to be a talented
group of underclassrnen. They partici-
pated in many different concerts, and
competed in the Capital Jazz Festival.
These young musicians had much poten-
tial considering this as a beginning instru-
1. Hong Kirne fits in nicely with the string section.
2 Cadet Band: Front row: Mila Prill, Jennifer
Nisperos. Hong Kirne. Michelle Brock, Kal Hone.
Jennifer Van Matre. Brenda Sturm, Francine De
Lange, Back row: Jennifer Pickens, Fay Call. De-
anna McGlothline, Teresa Reiner. Shannon Ew-
ing, Vicki Felt, Thanhhang Duong, Karen Steen.
3, David George demonstrates his idea of the per-
fect conductor, 4. Tanda Polock plays bass with-
outa bow, 5. Jennifer Pickens corrects an error in
her music. 6. Under the direction of Mr. Lopes,
the class practices some new music.
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Foothill's Contemporary Strings
Ensemble members were quite busy
this past year They performed at
Raxs Christmas party Channel 58
Bingo show youth symphony play a
thon Capitol Jazz Festival Pops
Concert and ROP graduation They
also performed at many assemblies
for Foothill and have represented
our school well
1. Front row: Melody Perkins. Kal Hone.
John Eastham, Gina Swankie. Michelle Brock,
Jenny Thomas, Second row: Hong Kime, Jen-
nifer VanMatre, Rachel Chaney. Mila Prill.
Tim Shirk. Anne Cuthbert. Matue Call. Back
row Raymond Osbourne Laine Elliot Vince
Martini Michelle Lee Jamie Lane Annette
Lauender and Jeff Woolsey 2 Jeff Woolsey
checks out a choral with his right hand 3 Mi
chele Brock and Jenny Thomas discuss their
new music 4 Anne Cuthbert and Matue Ca
tune their instruments to each other 5 Hong
Kime practices a difficult passage 6 Ray
mond Osbourne tunes up his skins
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Every morning at 8:45, these hip
players go into action, They are the
elite ofall the band musicians at Foot-
hill High School. With Mr. William A,
Adams as their leader. these people
play through second period every-
day. But the real satisfaction comes
when they get a superior rating at the
Golden Empire Music Festival where
they compete against other high
schools. Music students must audition
and have at least one year of Concert
Band in order to perform for the
1. Mark Adams, Marty Seamons and Mark
Bigelow perform for the crowd at the Home-
coming Rally. 2, Eric Cracker plays a roll on
the tympany. 3. First row: Maureen McPher-
son. Terrie Johnson. Terri Lisman. Beth
Fentch. Leissa Jahn. Michelle Ferry. Second
row: Ted Sessions. Kindra Kitchen. Cheryl De-
Lange. Alison Sanchez. David lmpson. Matt
Calvert. Eric Eccles. Mark Bigelow. Third row:
Marty Seamons. Troy Hinkle. Mike Blackwell,
Todd Greene, Scott Sylke, Terry Wilt. Casey
Cronan Back row: Torn Reiner. Greg Bristow.
Joe Paslana. Eric Crocker. Mr. Adams.
4. Marty Searnons and Troy Hinlvle warm up
their instruments before class. 5. Playing in
synchronization are Mark Bieglow. Eric Eccles.
and Matt Calvert, 6, Percussionists. Greg Brisf
tow and Joe Pastrana concentrate on their
music. 7, Maureen McPherson. Terrle John-
son. Kindra Kitchen. and Cheryl Del.ange per-
form skillfully during a rehearsal. 8. Tom
Reiner rings his Chimes.
THE PEPPER UPPERS
The Pep Band did a great job of get-
ting Mustangs pepped up at basketball
games. These dedicated musicians
worked long and hard on their own time
after school. The Pep Band made athle-
tic events fun by punctuating the spirit
moves and entertaining us during half
time. They were too modest to iitoot
their own horns, " but a great many stu-
dents anal faculty at Foothill believe they
were an essential part of our Mustang
1. Jeff Woolsey imitates Mr. Lopes as he con-
ducts his class. 2. Pep Bana' volunteers: Front
row: Patrick Johnson. David lmpson. Second row:
Scott Sylke, Eric Eccles, Matt Calvert, Mark Ad-
ams. Back row: Ted Sessions. Mike Blackwell,
Troy Hinkle. Mark Bigelow. Chris Moline. 3. An-
nette Lavinder and Tina Walters sing intently.
4. Anne Cuthbert, Kelly Newell and Michelle Lee
sing to themselves while rehearsing for a show.
5. Jeremy Laut enjoys playing on the drums.
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Cuthberls shoulder to see the words to a new
song 2 Ja7zCl1o1r Jeremy Laut Dauzd George
Dale Dlsney Annette Laumder Cmdy Parsons
Tamara Lock Jeff Woolsey James Lane Mzchuel
Ayers Mrchelle Lee Txnn Walters Kelly Newell
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The Student Council was extremely
busy planning the activities for the school
year. The main duties of a class officer
consisted of representing their class,
planning social activities and working
with other officers to provide for a better
high school. This year all of the classes
had a full representation, Unlike the
past, the once dominate women gave
way to the sudden presence of men ac-
tive in council affairs. Although the stu-
dent council received only marginal sup'
port from the student body, the council
members were able to plan enough ace
tivities to make the year memorable.
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1. Student Body Representatives look through last
years Senior Ball bids. 2. Tricia Barnes smiles proudly
after telling the class about her exciting idea. 3. Senior
Class Officers are Shari Thompson. Lyndale Hullurn.
Kim Killman. Robert O'Gorrnan and Brett Cabanis. 4.
Dina Baser and Leslie Lynch plan for a freshmen
fundraiser. 5. Diane Beeken and Laura Lane argue
over a difference of opinion. 6. Senior class officers
listen as Mr. Wilcox discusses new ideas for their class.
7. Junior Class Officers. Shannon Lynch and Mart
Colby. discuss ideas for the Junior Prom. 8, Taking
charge of lnti-Rami voting are Stephanie Vial and Kim
Williamson. 9, Mr. Wilcox assigns the Senior Officers
to coordinate a successful lnti-Rarni dance. 10. Gretch-
en Lowell and Deanna Cruz plan to purchase Junior
Prorn bids. 11. As Student Body President, Shari
Thompson rehearses her speech as Mr. Wilcox listens
thoughtfully. 12. Natalie Taylor tries to explain the
purpose of having class support. 13. Freshmen class
officers plan for different ways to gain class support.
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with the junior counselor. Mrs. Washington. 3. Mrs. Seifert enjoys a few moments
during lunch with some freshman counselees.
Foothill Welcomes Counselor
Foothill High School welcomed a new fresh-
men counselor. Mrs. Fran Seifert. Mrs. Seifert
was born and raised in the state of Utah where
she graduatedfrom Utah State University. She ,. Mr
came to California and held a position as a
mathematics teacher at Del Paso Jr. High for
sixteen years and taught another fiue years at
Don Julio Jr. High.
Counseling was something Mrs. Seifert al-
ways wanted to do and now her dream has
been fulfilled. When asked how she felt about
being the freshmen counselor she replied, i'1'm
really enjoying it. I have a uery good class."
Welcome to Foothill, Mrs. Seifert. and good
luck with your new profession.
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David Beeman Gail Berberian
Susan Bettis David Blackwell
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Teachers on Teachers
A school is only as good as its teachers. The
teachers I work with are dedicated, conscientious,
caring people who work uery hard to help their
students succeed in school.
Foothill's teachers, for the most part, are con-
cerned and caring and more than a few are quite
4. Mr. Blackwell says 'icheesef' 5. Faculty listen patiently during a
Teachers on Seniors
Many of the seniors I teach are becoming seri-
ous and are realizing the importance of this last
Most ofthe seniors act too "macho" and seem
to be really unprepared for life after high school.
Some are fairly mature and will make it anywhere.
1. Mr. Hansen burns the midnight oil preparing for a lecture. 2. Ms.
Dixon and board member, Pal Gregory. examine the check for the
Molecular Biology experiment.
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Juniors are the beginning of very interesting,
Most juniors begin to face facts, but those
whose priorities are elsewhere tend to quit or give
up, the majority, however, are beginning to Ugrow
3, Mr. Dobberl and Mr, Milton have a conversation between classes
4. Mr. Lopes conducts his class with his musical skill.
Teachers on Sophomores
Sophomores are smart enough to know that
they don't know everything - the dawn is break-
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mature but are just shy of it. For the most part
they are the Hinuolued ones" of the school.
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says you're tara'yg you're tardyl
The freshmen l'm teaching this year are well-
mannered and kind. They realize the importance
of high school.
Ihope all my freshmen come and visit me when
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3. Mr. Cooke and Ms, Mills pay attention to the speaker during a
faculty meeting. 4. Mr. Wilcox and Ms. Reed enjoy their lunch hour
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Without our hard working and
dedicated staff, Foothill High School
would be in a state of chaos. These
staff members are custodians, cafete-
ria workers, secretaries, and instruc-
tional aides. They keep our campus
clean, and the school running
smoothly, They deserve our thanks
and our gratitude for doing such a
fine job. Keep up the good work!
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V Aide Office
1, Frances Campos pauses for a brief interuiew.
2. Sheila Gaines helps Amy Turner with some critical
filing. 3. Muriel Jacks prepares for the lunch rush.
4. Phydellis Brown quickly hides important docu-
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6. Maria Sherber poses for the camera.
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This year's staff consisted al-
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