Foothill High School - Halcyon Yearbook (Pleasanton, CA)
- Class of 1987
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Homecoming week was ex-
citing and'successfu1! Thereiwasi a lot going
on to keep all of us busy! e i
There were activities and a variety of
music each day during lunch to keep our
Homecoming spirits high, The activities in-
cluded building and ,eating a fancy banana
split, pouring water into a test tube as it is
held between your partners lips, and com-
peting for the best cartoon characters voice.
In this contest, S25 was awarded to joe Pena
for his imitation of KermitQthe,Frog.
After a shortened day',ofj,school Friday, a
rally was held in the iquadl Entertainment
was provided by dancing songleaders, cheer-
ing cheerleaders, and rapping football
players. Also, the junior, Sophomore, and
Freshman princesses were crowned. After the
rally, everyone excitedly for the
parade. i .
Almost everyday after school students had
met with their class to work on their floats.
At the parade, the floats rolled slowly down
main street while crowds of people cheered
on the sidelines. The final judging decision
gave first place to Seniors for The Flinrtoner,
second to juniors for Cbipmunkf Go
Hawaiian, third to sophomores for George of
the jungle, and fourth to the Freshmen for
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The final activitiesfor the week included
the football game, where the King and
Queen were crowned at Half-time, the pic-
nic, at Molat Park Saturday afternoon, and
finally, the Dance, Saturday evening.
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3. Maybe Morgan should use a fork next time!
4. "It'sa bird, ifsaplane . . . "
5. "Don't bug me, Fm busy," says Stacy Dolan.
6, "No, I don't wear these sunglasses at night," squaks
our mascot jennifer Scott.
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2. The junior Chipmunks are one of the Hottest new
bands to hit the beach.
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Cheerleaders - Get down on it!!
Air Gumby rescues Jay Shaw.
Snoopy and the Frosh gang.
Karen Fabian proud to be a baby falcon.
Sophomores hardly working.
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2. Ty Beeby and Derek Ftitts parade on Friday.
3. Kristin Lipman and jennifer Mardrid enjoyed the cool
evening riding in a convertible.
4. Smiling sisters, janice and Karen Gorkoski, royalty for a
5. What? Questions Karen Gorkosky.
6. Craig Irish escorts last year's Homecoming Queen for the
crowning at half-time.
7. jeff Stutz patiently waiting for the verdict.
Royalty in the Making
A bright sunny day set the mood for the crowning of FHS
Homecoming Princesses. Freshman, Sophomore and junior princesses
were crowned at a Pep Rally held after school on October. Amy
McBride, Terry McClure and Kelly McGiver were Freshman
nominees. The Sophomore nominess were janice Gorkosky, Pam
Zielske and Kristine Nell. juniors Lisa Leavitt, Kristin McBride and
jackie Yee were also nominated.
As the final moments grew closer, excitement filled the air. All
nominees smiled anxiously upon receiving their gold boxes. Each
hoped to be the one to receive one long stemmed red rose. As box tops
came off, smiles broke out on the faces of 1986 Homecoming
Princesses Amy McBride, janice Gorkosky and jackie Yee.
The same excited mood was present as the sunset and night came.
Before everyoneknew it, the time had come for the King and Queen
to be crowned. King nominees escorted to the playing field by their
mothers were Derek Fritts, Tyton Beeby, and jeff Stutz. Nominees for
Queen, escorted by their fathers were Karen Gorkosky, Kristin Lip-
man, and jennifer Madrid. Again each nominee was given a golden
box containing a rose. Curiousity dwindled into excitement as Karen
and jeff stepped up to be crowned. Their smiles said it all. The night
had been one of great fun and excitement, bringing to a close the an-
ticipation of the past week.
Spirits were high and excitement was in the air as the crowd of students,
teachers, and parents cheered on the Falcon Football team, hoping for a Homecom-
ing victory. Unfortunately, it wasn't to be, as the game ended with the Cal High
Grizzlies sending the Falcons down in defeat. Our half-time entertainment con-
sisted of a performance by our award winning Falcon Marching Band. The
highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Queen and King.
FHS many have lost the football game, Friday, October 3, but the dance which
followed on Saturday night was a victory. The parking lot filled up with cars and
dozens of couples in their semi-formal attire strolled gracefully into the transformed
The atmosphere was set by the thundering music and colorful streamers as the
variegated lights played on the faces of dancing students. People escaped the heat
and noice by congregating outside to cool off with a drink of water and powder
their sweaty noses.
As the clock struck twelve, people headed toward their cars and home.
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Getting away from the noise
and heat are Becky Reed, Pat
Curtin and friends from another
'Al-ley, what are you hiding
Bennett Williams, the ncxtjohn Travolta.
behind your backs Darlene
Murphy andjennie Porter?"
Even though FHS is definitely HOT, thing
proved to be a little rocky during the first few
weeks of school. Coming back to school was not
on the top ten list of favorite things to do in
September. The bright rays and late summer
night took a toll on some of us, for we came
back in some not hot fashions. Some kids had
an excuse they were Amador transfers.
Most brain dead guys were easy to pick out.
The Haired bell-bottom jordache seemed to say
it all. Colored bandanas tied around the left leg
made the look even more vivid. Usually the
spicked dog collars were rarely seen because of
the lack of hair cuts the previous school year.
The Polos and Izods with the collar flipped had
no excuse. Concentration and time was the only
way to get a glimpse of hidden penny loafers
since the bell-bottom covered a good 2 square
feet of the campus.
The fun in the sun affected the girls in an
adverse way. The jellie shoes and shinny spot
sacs was only the beginning. Jordache for her
covered with leg warmers was definitely not.
Some even tried hidding behind orange caked
on faces with bright pink blush, and shocking
red lipstick to hide from their embarrassment,
but all was useless. The feathered look was real
groovy considering it took cans of hair spray to
hold that style. In moment of despair, spirits
were lifted by a new set of Lee press on nails in
the glamor length.
Michael jackson and Shadow Cliffs went
together like Captain and Teneil. Lucky for us
the trip from not to HOT didnt take that long.
As the year went on not became a thing of the
past. Unfortunately the trip can not be com-
pletely forgotten! Our cross town rivals are still
in the dark about being hot. Remember boys
and girls this summer don't let the summer heat
get to you and your fashions.
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l986-87 were years of high fashion at FHS.
The unique styles of dress reflected each person
individuality. Around school varities of clothing
were seen. For girls when the weather got cold
turtleneck, v, crew, knit, fishermen, and long
sweaters were the answer. Guess jean jackets,
pants, overalls and minis were hot year round.
Making it to class on time was no problem --
Gucci and Guess watches care of that.
Scrunched down leather with-1 pants or skirts
were really hot. Boots were seen? all over campus,
and no matter what you did with them they
were hot. The sportiest shoes were Reeboks and
Reebok high tops. Color coordinated flats were
worn with all out fits. Banana clips held all
lengths of hair back this year. Silver belts were a
familiar sight around waist - silver being a hot
color. Traditional backpacks and big roomy
leather bags helped everyone carry their books
to class. Striped, solid and multicolored rugby
shirts were popular with the guys and the gals.
For guys 50l's remained ever popular, and
suspenders made it big, Rolled up cotton pants
with pokets on the side had class. As always
Gotcha, T8cC, and all surfing shirts were hot.
Corona Extra and graphic tees set the mood for
the up coming weekend. During the winter
months warm wooland cotton sweaters were all
around. Either layeredgwirh turtlenecks, button
ups or just plain. CBC, and North
Face reappeared. Underneath the thermal socks
hor feet were kept warm by Reeboks, Nikes,
Adidad, K-Swiss, and Vans. Cool feet wore
Flo-jos, Birkenstocks, and Adidas slip ons.
As the year came to an end people pulled out
their vuarneys and Sunclouds. Shorts, tanks and
tees were all that was worn. Now, all we had to
do was wait for school to be out so we could hit
the beach!!! V
Student Styles 15
Walking from the football field toward the gym, the vibration of the music fills
your ears. The cold, crisp wind stings your cheeksg while your anticipation brings you
one step closer. Once you've entered, the music takes over your body making your feet
move and arms swing. Pleasurable expressions are worn on the faces of all, for our
heads are free of all formulas and equations. For the moments we dance, we are just a
bunch of lost souls having a good time. Moving rhythmically, we slowly become lost in
our own thoughts. Eyes wander and curiousity send our hearts racing. As the music
slows its beat, bodies become closer, Emotions become obvious through joined hands
and locked lips, All of a sudden the mood has become hearty - because after all these
are OUR dances.
Lisa and Katy assist Kim in posing for the camera.
Hey babe, Wainna dance?
Paula sneeks in for a picture with the gang.
Leon finally gets his nerve up to ask Kelly to dance
jcnnys amused by ,I im's fanqf footwork.
Hey, Hey, Ask me to dance, Ask me to dance!
jims in deep thought about who will be the next
lucky girl to get a dance.
S FHS Marching Band 86-87
The Foothill Falcon Marching Band has a total of one hundred twenty
members. The-band itself is one of Northern California's premiere bands.
Students in the band have to give up a great deal of their free time to
practicing in order to make their field shows a success.
A field show is a nine to twelve minute performance on the football
field where each member of the marching band executes various
maneuvers while playing his instrument. While the band plays, you see
the flag girls and the rifle girls twirling about in unison. The Foothill
band competes all ove the world. This year the band has planned a trip to
go to Europe during the summer. In l988, the band has been invited to
Australia. This coming Spring, the band will perform in Hawaii. Some
interesting places that the band has already visited are: Superbowl '85,
Los Angeles, Florida, the Rose Parade, and the Tournament of
Roses. Responsible for the success of Foothill's Marching Band are Bob
Moorefield, Director and Andy Faye, Drum Major.
l. Missy Watrreti takes time out to say
"Hill Z. Andy liiye gives his best side
to the crunera, 5. The band performs
during Holm-coming, 4. FHS band
marches down Main Street during the
Homecoming Pnmrle. 5. Some Band
members strutting their stuff.
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THE MARCHERS-Bob Moorefield, Director, Andy Faye, Drum Major, On the Flutes-Christi
Alfano, Stacey Anderson, Nerissa Arnould, Tina Bailey, Beth Ann Bartaglia, Christine Car-
bonaro, Nichelle Debortoli, jenni Freeman, julie Graham, jennifer Michaud, Helen Nelson,
Barbara Vincent, Renee Wuepperg On the Saxophones-joe Biagini, Greg Emerick, David
Griswell, Arthur Hinds, Tracy May, Becky Mellott, Ryan Murphy, john Oliverius, Elena Pena,
Sean Reek, Kari Samuelson, Mark Schukle, Steve Stutz, On the Mellophones-Melissa Berry,
Alison Contois, joAnn Gehrke, Kristie Loeffler, On the Trombones-Mike Blinn, jorn Boyd,
Mark Dunakin, Scott Thomsen, On the Baritone- jesus Miranda, jeff Stutz, David Zookg On
the Oboe-Bronwyn Sandercock, On the Tubas-Mark Hernbroth, Craig Woosley, On the
Clarinets-Sue Baumgarten, Traci Doherty, Dana Gabbert, Cindy Irwin, Carol Kilgress, Nicki
Knapp, Darian LeBrie, Avery Lodato, jeff Runyan, Karla Shoquist, Sheri Stormanski, Pam
Zielske, On the Percussions-Randy Avenell, jeff Baumann, joe Cravotta, Tom Demarsa, Chris
Duncan, Bob Gallup, Mike Malatesta, jeff Olson, On the Trumpets-Mike Bowers, Chad Cox,
Scott Hart, Brian Hill, Mark Innes, Mike Mitchell, Brian Olmstead, Ed Ragle, Leanne Russell,
Teri Savino, john Schuchardt, Marianne Spororno, Todd Tucker, Richard Churillo, With the
Flags and Rifles-Terra Arnould, julie Barzee, Michelle Black, Tara Borden, julie Chase, jennifer
Chalmers, Grace Cloyd, Noel Cohan, Kim Connors, Alisa Davis, Molly Delaney, Karen
Gorkosky, Pilar Graham, Michelle Hart, jeanell Hofacre, Kathleen johnson, Kara Kruger,
Renee Leporati, Kim Mannon, Sheila McMullen, Lynn Melson, Raquel Phillips, Robyn Phillips,
Mary Redinger, Michelle Rogge, SnydiScort, Fiona Shanks, Melissa Smith, Vicki Stormanski,
Sandy Sullivan, Stacy Tudor, Missie Warren, and Nadine Viola.
Halcyon Staff 86-87
The purpose of the Yearbook staff is to create a memory of the year for
the entire student body. Our main goal for this year was to mention or
picture each students at least twice. Yearbook is an enjoyable class, but
much time and effort goes into its production. The preparation for year-
book starts months before the new school year. This year's preparations
consisted of three different seminars. At the beginning of the summer
there was a seminar at Dominican College in San Rafeal attended by Mrs.
Robb. In early August there was a photography seminar in San Francisco
at Lowell High School. At this seminar Barbara Clune and Derek Fritts
learned the techniques of good picture taking. The third seminar was in
Berkeley just before school started. Barbara Clune, Cori Pilkington, and
Dori Enriquez spent three days learning the do's and don't's for putting
together a successful yearbook. This year our yearbook staff has hired a
new company, Taylor Publishing Company. This company emphasizes
the use of computers unlike last year's publishing company. Computers
are a new thing for most of us, but gradually we are all learning its techni-
ques. We have discovered that we like using computers because they have
proven to be much more efficient and less time consuming for efficient
production. Yearbook may sound like a lot of work, it is! But at the end
of the school year, each and every one of us who worked on the yearbook
is proud of his work. We are looking forward, with anticipation, to seeing
the completed book.
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1. Brian Anderson checks out his expert
work. 2, Scott Pietro takes a break from
the yearbook. 3. The yearbook staff
worked through lunch to meet their
deadlines, 4. "I hate computers, says
Craig Irish. 5. Barbara Clune analyzes
her layout. 6. What's she complaining
about now 7. Patrick McMullen tries to
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2. "You want us to do what!"
5, THE STAFF-itop rowh Hector
Ocacliz, Nilxlas jansson, Brian Ander-
son, Derek Fritrs,jon.1than Hunt, Scott
Pietro, Charlie Stuller,
Patrick McMullen, Craig Irish. lnext
rowj Marty Grasso, Kim Byers, jenny
Hilcle, Martine Moore, Amancla
Reynolds, Heather O'Sullivan, jill
Gregerson, Barbara Clune, Dori Enri-
quez, inext from left to righte top to
bottom! Cheryl Powers, Remi Souza,
Kristin Zierau, Rhonda Emanuel,
Diana Matlrigal, Rene Sandoval, Chris
Cornish, Sara Grasso, Scott Harvey ancl
Cori Pilkington, Not shown, but
students from last semester are jocli
Summers, Kristen Meliritle, and Sara
Volume XIV Nllmbfl' 7 Foothill High School Pleasanton, CA 94566 january 16, 1987
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For another year, Inflight informed students, teachers, and parents of
the activities occurring at FHS as well as the world around them.
Headlines on the news page brought stories of the strike, students being
harrassed by an anonymous caller on the school pay phone, UFO's being
reported over'Alaskag and coverage of the Iranian Affair. The Opinions
page brought controversies of smoking in the bathroomsg and many let-
ters were sent to the editor with students gripes about Inf'light's columns,
the Administration, and the strike. How to shop for the perfect
Christmas present, skiing in the Sierras, and the latest fashions were
brought to Inflight's Features page. The Entertainment page reviewed
movies, concerts, books and the best and worst of 1986. The sports section
had columns by Rob Williams and jeff Stutz covering all of the sports
l. 4'Can you believe that she wrote
Z. "Ain't this Transformer nent?"
3. THE INFLIGHT STAFF-ltopj Rob
Williams, Eric Darling, Chris Hoffman,
Qsecond rowj Brian Wilson, jaigger Pot-
ter, Brian Murphy, Mark Beclcentlorf,
Matt Simpson, ithirtl row! Greg Alex-
ander, Christy Evans Patricia Calkins,
Margy Grassmyer, jason Rothman, jen
Sait, john Failday, lbottom rowb Ra-
quel james, jennie Mahan, Charlie
Stuller, Lary Alatleen Advisor, jackie
Carlton, Steve Srutz, und Heather
4. "What the - l is this!"
5. Writer's tramp?
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The drama club is breaking new ground with its
presentation of Molere's "Scapin". This will be the
first time the award winning Foothill Drama club has
attempted a Hcommedia del arte". They will take this
year's production to El Paso, Texas and Las Vegas,
Nevada. The cast includes Matt Foster, Terry Grove,
Carlie Kaplan, Tonya Wartl, jon Brurie, jennifer
Scott, jennifer Chalmmers, Kathy Pratt, Chris Faye,
and David Roberson. The Stage manager, technical
director, production assistant, and director are Diona
Cheng, Geof Syphers, Chris Churillo, and Mark Le-
Presenting a play isn't all "play", it's hard work.
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Riding on the wave of the massive fame and
success of 1986's magazine, "Pen is Pen", the
Literary Club soared to great heights with a new
and exciting newsletter entitled 'iThe Alchemist."
After this publication, the club worked feverously
to publish the soon to be classic "Eat My
Parakeet." The Literary Club exists to promote
student writing of any creative bent and to publish
the shinning works of these starving iwe don't have
brunch anymore,D young artists. The club promised
to have the best-ever-in-the-whole-wide-world-
publication party for "Eat My Parakeet". At the
Literary Festival held in May, free magazines, live
music, classical recitals, poetry readings, films, free
access to drinking fountains, free parking, and free
air . . . can life get any better? will be provided.
Those responsible for the magazine include an
unknown lcan anyone identify him?D, Eric Darling,
Becki Reed, Niela Kleinsmith, Tricia Caulkins,
Christy Evans, Jenni Frincke, jennifer Saito, Herr
Heinitz, Lisa Garcia, Kevin Wilson, and Sheila
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The Foreign Exchange Club is a
mixture between Americans and Foreign Exchange Students who get together onoe a
week, planning common activities under the sponsorship of Ms. Cooper. The idea of
the club is to get together and to have a good time. It is also a support group for the
exchange students in their new environment. Activities during the fall have
been: a weloome party, Super Bowl night, ice skating a trip to San Francisoog a bike
tour to Sunol Regional Park and a Halloween Party. For the spring, plans
have been made for a visit to Alcatraz, a trip to Berkeley, a trip to Golden Gate Park,
and to see the aquarium in Monterey.
lneract, a community organization sponsored by the Rotary
Llub, is service oriented. Activities this year have included:
an after school free tutoring program held in the Libraryg
visitation of a local convalescent hospitalg teacher apprecia-
tion activitiesg and a tree planting ceremony in memory of
Kevin Barry and Kathy Mascha. The club is sponsored by
Ms. Yakabota. Margie Grassmeyer, Sabrina Ostle, jennifer
Winter, and jennifer Fenolio are its members.
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This year, despite the lack of advertising, the Close Up trip to Washington D C
was a complete success Four students Diona Cheng, Christina Gangnuss Cindy
Gregersen, and Charlie Stuller went on the trip Each said that they had a wonderful
time The trip was full of seminars, workshops, lectures, and discussion groups on
such subjects as trade, budget, defense, and labor unions. Although very educational
and fun there was too much information shoved into too little time. There were
1200 students on the trip during our week but only 200 were in our hotel. The major
portion of these 200 drew very close to each other and'this made for an incredibly fun
week. It was both a socially and educationally stimulating experience.
l. The Washington Monument as seen from the East Capitol steps.
2. Reagan's hideaway from the press.
. The East steps of the capitol as seen from the Mall Area.
. A statue ofthree Vietnam soldiers outside the Vietnam Memorial in DC.
5. Orville glids along im the Smithsonian while his brother Wlilbur, along with thousands of tourists, look
6. Are Mr. Sweeney and his wife contemplating a major crime while standing in front of the Supreme Court!
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FBLA: Future Business Leaders of America. The club is trying to promote the students to become competent and responsi
ble business leaders. It also introduces students to the American Free-Enterprise System. The club's main focus is the opera
tion of the student store. Conferences and workshops held throughout the year keep the club current with business practices.
It's four o'clock in the morning and Sunday. Why should anybody with common
sense get up at that time of day? The answer is simple: Everybody likes to have great
skiing with the ski club. Everybody likes to change clothes in the bus. Everybody
likes to be the first in the lift line. Everbody likes to 'ski mogles until their knees feel
like a worn out spring system in a Volkswagen bug. Everybody likes to ski in such a
deep powder that they can barely breathe. Everybody likes to get tanned from the
sun beating through the clear blue sky. Everybody likes to eat their lunch while their
skies are stolen. Everybody likes to try that jump that everybody is always talking
about, but from which no one walks away alive. Everybody likes to show off their
new sunglasses. Everybody likes to see ten different ways of entering a lift incorrect-
ly. Everybody likes to see Mr. Thiel trying to explain the rules ofthe day to a bunch
of high school students. Everybody likes to throw themselves out for the steepest
slope on the whole ski area realizing after awhile that a parachute would have been a
good idea. Everybody likes to spend some days in a hospital. Everybody likes the
taste ofa cool soft drink after of a day of skiing. Everbody likes to fall asleep on the
bus on the way home.
1. After the picture Andi Gekle and Per Von Knorring took the lift down
2. Jennifer Kinzel trying to hide behind a ski pole.
3. tfrom left back rowl Hector Ocadiz, Leon Bascom, Mr. Thiel, Noelle Zaballos,
Nicke Jannson, Jody Summers. ffrom left front rowl Per Von Knorring, Andi Gekle,
and Denise Kervin.
Leadership class was started in 1985 by a group of
class officers who decided that they needed time dur-
ing school to do work on school activities. The class
consists of lT1OSt of the class officers, student body of-
ficers, the head cheerleaders, and other interested
students. Cathy Bonetti CMomJ teaches the class and
keeps us going, The class does a lot of work that isn't
always evident to Foothill students, Some of the ac-
tivities that the class puts on include: dances,
homecoming, class activities, spirit week, class com-
petititons, lunchtime activities, teacher luncheons,
blood drives, can food drives, GMOC, and many
other activities. The class also spends a lot of time on
school communications, making signs and flyers to
promote upcoming activities. The Leadership class
takes place fifth period, but one period isn't enough
time to get everything done. Although being an officer
is a lot of work, everyone enjoys doing their part to
1, Paula Lessing, Randy Kincade, Rob Reber, Carlene
Michelotti, Brent Messenger, Qnext row! Paul Saito, Mark
Pendleton, Chad Holms, John Koenisgberger, Erin Capilla,
Tony Smith, Qnext rowl Kayln McIntosh, Diona Cheng,jeff
Watanabe, Craig Irish, jon Asmussen, Stacy Dolan, Wendy
Erven, fnext rowb jeff Stutz,Nancy White, Lee Green,
Teresa Kennedy, Diana Navarette, Kim Fritts, Tracy Mor-
is Lisa Jensen and Cathy Bonetti 2 Out sign is
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make Foothill the best that it Um be. than yours! 5. Nancy White wonders what Wend Erven is
talking about, 4, "Why do I always get stuck painting
signs?" 5. f'I'm bad!"
ST DE TBODY OFFICERS
Craig Irish-Student Body President.
Mark Pendleton-Student Body Vice-President.
Paula Lessing-Commisioner of Student Affairs.
Rob Reber-Student Body Treaser.
Nanty White -Student Body Secretary.
6. "What? I'm working."
7. Appointed olifitcrs-i'I'opD Randy Kincndt:
-Publicity, Chad Holms-Rally Commissioner
4BottomJ Kim lfritts- junior Publicity, Diana
Navarcttg-2nd semester junior Vine-President,
Kayln Mclntos-h-Coinmisioner of Athletics,
Stacy Dolan -Sophomore Publicity.
8. "You said to say Chet-z."
9. 'AI didn't do it!"
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Don't bother me, I'm busy!"
"LEARN BY DOING"-ROP's motto
The Regional Occupational Program
QROPD provides many different classes for
on the job training to anyone sixteen years
of age and older. The students in the pro-
gram learn a variety of skills ranging from
market skills to good work habits. The
goal of the ROP program is to prepare
the student with training for the
future. People interested in ROP can
take courses ranging from Animal
Science, Meat Cutting, Walter Pollution
Control, Cosmotology, Child Care, and
Welding technology. Information on
available classes can be found in the career
The Foothill Garden.
"Maybe I should have bought bottles!"
"eu! Whafs that smell?
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CSF-Calfornia Scholastic Federation is an organization of
students concerned with academic excellence. A istudent
must apply each semester in order to be a member of CSF
and he must meet certain set academic standards. Acceptance
to CSF automatically qualifies one to receive scholarships at
many state colleges, universities and private schools. Life
membership Qfour semesters out of six, one of which must
fall within the senior year,D helps students qualify for college
admittance. CFS's Motto is "Scholarship for Service." The
organization provides school, as well as community services.
The members act as guides for Back to School Nightg work
at sporting eventsg work in the ofhce doing secretarial workg
and have adopted the Senior Citizens at a Pleasanton Con-
valescent Hospital for their special project. Each member
must participate in at least two service projects per semester.
As a reward for active service, CSF takes a field trip each
Gathered in our favorite picture taking location are the leaders ofthe group
Mark H:-rnbroth 1 Vice-President, Lee Green - President, Sabrina Ostle
- Secretary, Eric Li -- Treasurer.
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Foothill Falcons' Cheerleaders worked hard
for their place on the squad. They attended
NCA camp during the summer. There they
learned a lot about cheering and how to con-
trol spirit. They were awarded recognition for
Outstanding Leadership and the j.V. Squad
was awarded a Superior ribbon. The Varsity
Squad received an Outstanding Technique
plaque which gave then an opportunity to at-
tend the Hula Bowl in Hawaii. It takes a lot
of effort to cheer at Football games in the Fall
and at the Basketball games in the Winter.
l. Head Varsity Songleader-Heather Reid 2. Head
Varsity Cheerleader-Suzanne Bouzer 3, Head J, V.
Cheerleader-Stacy Dolan 4. Head Freshman
Cheerleader-Terri McClure 5. Spirit Squad
Advisor-Mrs. Sandy Woods 6. The 1986-1987 Spirit
Squad-iTop l-rjjanien Ferry, Danielle Stanko,
Carlene Michelotti, Suzanne Bowser, Qthird l-ri jack
Carlton, Stefanie Stocek, Nicole Meier, Heather
Reid, Debbe Stallings, Kristen McBride,
Mrs. Wood, isecond l-tb Becky Cocilova, Shawna
Burroughs, Michelle Michelotti, Capi Nauta,
Aimee Shafsl-cy, Stacey Dolan, Qbottom l-rj Ter-
ri McClure, Amy McBride, jill Madrid, Tracy
Mertis, Kelly Maclver, Aimiee Miller.
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FALCONS FLY HIGH The Freshman
Team ended wilh a 4-3 record and a winn-
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5, Coach Gilchrest and QB Lyle discuss the fine points.
LV. I9 GROUNDED One of fhe few
highlighfs of ihis season was a siunning
second half efforf againsf League Champs
Granada, where fhe offense scored
fwenfg-one poinfs, while fhe defense held
Granada scoreless. The sfrengfh of lhis
gear's feam was defense, although if
couldn'f quife compensafe for a Iefhargic
offense. The frusfrafion of a winless
season erupfed in a brawl againsf
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of falenf and should be a major facfor in
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FO0THILL'9 FALCONS Viciories over
Norihgaie and Granada highlighied ihe
season as rookie coach Mafl Sweene
guided his Fooihill Falcons io a seveni
place linish in ihe EBAL and a 2-8 record
ihis gear. The Falcons almosi upsei high
ranked California and San Ramon High
Schools, bui Iosl, like evergone else, io
EBAL Champions Monie Visia. The
Falcons also fell shori againsi crossiown
archrivals, Amador. Individual perfor-
mances siood oui in This gear's season.
The Falcons were re resenied on The firsi
ieam all EBAL squa bg sophomore Wide
Receiver Ro er Siebe. Craig Woolse
represenied i e Falcons on The secon
ieam. "The Claw" was moved lo delinsive
line in ihe homecoming game a ainsi Cal
and he ravished ihe opponenfs acklields
for ihe remainder o ihe season. Sieve
Fields and Joe Groesser anchored The ol'-
I. AI.in D.iniels riiilales the reuivcr. 2. Kevin .ind the
Ref' 4, liooiliills ilelinse swarms to the lmll eiirrier. fl.
,Lillies ,li-nsun .inrl joe Johansen on ii lxiclcolrlr, 5, "Now
lliif. is :lie wily were going to ilu it."
THE PLAYERS: Ltopb Eugene Winter-66, Randy White-80, Rob Burton -82, Brian Plake-87, Alan Smith-73, Kevin Lemmo-12,
Todd Anderson-53g Qsecondl Daven Demeyer-68, Otis Reding-14, Bob Reasoner-32, Tim Healey-7, james Jensen-64, Brad
Letak-84, joey Johanson-6, Bud Bonetti-Coach, Coach Sweeneyg lrhirdk jeff Winter-10, jon Dunphy-60, Steve Faustina-24, Alan
Daniels -22, Greg Neves-Manager, jason Barton-78, George, Schmitt-43, jeff Stutz-34, Dan Schuchardt-56, Dan Sweeney, Carl
Marsh. Cfourthj Steve Fields-55, Angelo Scavonne-5, Tony Smith-33, Mike Winter-20, Dave Burnham-45, Terry Hunt-65, jason
Schrieber-77, Mark Dunakin -58g ififthb joe Cannon-76, Chris Lutz-88, joe Groeser-50, Bryan Larson-37, Roger Siebe-27, Richie
Blair-52, Ross Nort- 57, Craig Woosley-45, Tom Parco-42.
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come to pass. The girls played a hard game with
Diana Ringsmuth as their coach and juanita
Preston as their assistant coach. The team was vic-
torious against such schools as Livermore, Dublin,
Granada, and California. jennyjohnston and Deb-
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Goldt and Michelle DePasquele in the EBAL
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Loren LeBeau - Captain
Loren always seems to have all the fans
behind him. But that's only natural. He's an ex-
tremely likable kid. He has lots of friends and
everyone on campus knows him. Everyone who
knows him naturally pulls for him. That and of
course, he is extremely exciting to watch.
Loren helped lead the Falcons to a 19-11
record overall, 11-3 in EBAL and a berth in the
NCS 3 A Play-offs. His 28 points against league
champion San Ramon was one of the best offen-
sive performances this year. He has the ability
to score but seems to enjoy hitting the open
teammate just as much.
"1t's funny - they recruit guys and measure
their height and weight and know how long his
arms are and you might come up with a good
player, But you can't measure a kids heart, and
Loren has plinty of that,
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The 1986-87 basketbal team completed
a very exciting and successful season. Their
19-11 record was the 2nd highest win total
in the school's history.
In the pre-season, the Falcons took Znd
place honors in the AntiochfKiwanis Invita-
tional Tournament. Foothill won the first
game of the tournament, a thrilling 59-58
decision over San Rafael, who eventually
won the NCS ZA Championship. Host An-
tioch topped the Falcons in the champion-
In the American HighfTim Cole Invita-
tional, Foothill defeated host American, 62-
48, and then captured the championship
with a thrilling 59-57 overtime victory. Mit-
ty of San jose, who were 11-O at the time.
The resurgent Falcons concluded a 6-5
preseason with a victory over San Jose.
The Falcons continued to win when the
EBAI. season began. A 5-2 lst half and 6-I '
Znd half' gave the ll-S Falcons a Znd place
finish and host of the Shaughnessy Play-offs.
Two wins against rival Amador highlighted
the EBAL season. In the play-offs, Foothill
defeated Dublin, lost to Monte Vista, then
defeated Monte Vista in the final
Shaughnessy game. This 2nd place league
finish gave the Falcons an automatic berth
into the NCS 3A Play-offs. A tough 65-46
loss to Logan, who eventually won the NCS
3A title, ended a most successful season for
'AI will miss the enthusiasm and dedica-
tion this team displayed. They were a
pleasure to coach and a joy to watch. They
had extreme confidence in each others
abilities, and really came together as a team,
I enjoyed every practice with this group,"
stated Coach Hansen.
J.V. and FRESHME BASKETB LL
FRIZSIIMIZN, VliRY IMPRESSIVIZ SEASON!
Under the experiented toaehing ol' Bill Sheridan this year's lvoys' hasket-
hall tem had an extiting season only losing two games against league cham-
pions Monte Vista and then to San Ramon. This teams hard work and ef- K
fort tertainly paid ollii the end helping them win many games. This young W
and talented team holds a great future ahead ol, them, lets hope they con- J
tinue to win in the years ahead.
j.V. BOYS' BASKETBALL
George Papafians ,l.V. team had a good season. They went 5-6 in
preseason, 7-7 in league and ll- l 5 overall. This team also won the Antioch
tournament helore th season started. There were many exciting games
played this year, and a lot olllse stores such as the last game played against
tross town rivals Amador V.illey losing to them at the lvuzzar, hut this team
worked will and were very positive alwot the whole season. All in all it was a
Donny Nelson argues with rel' over a had call.
Inn Koehler thinks ilunkly lor his nest move. ttop l-ri jim Koehler, Brian Papka, Marty Grasso, Mike Allanto, Doug Snodgrass, Cioaeh George Papaziang tbottom l rb
Steve Cholis, Pete Gaekle, Mike Draken, lfrie Peterson, Ron Parrish, Davis Natamu.
ltop I-ri Darren Annear, Chris Dnnakin, David Ferry, Kurt Ottaway, Damian Kallis, Qmiddle l-rj Mitch Larkin, Bobby
May, liryan 'l'ierney, ,lush Ruling, -jason Dunphyg tlwottom l-rh Danny Lemmo, jim Brandes, Shane Salazar, Mark
Nalatesta, Danny Moyles.
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A brand new varsity coach and an excellent assistant hrought
a fresh brrearh of air to Foothill Highs girls varsity haskethall
team. Helping with leatlership were the captains Laura
Stankovich and Kaylyn Mclntosh. Many changes came about
this season. Playing with intensity ancl pritle lior their school, the
girls workecl hartler than they ever hacl, leacl hy the Seniors Amy
Brimeyer, Marianne Spotorno, ancl Laura Stanlcovich. The
leadership scorers were Marianne Spotorno .incl Kaylyn Miln-
tosh, who hoth averaged clouhle figures, On the cleliensive sicle
Amy Connors was clelinitely the specialist, Although everyone
triecl their harclest, Amy seemecl to stancl out from the rest. Miss
Hill is looking fiorwarcl to the returning players, and will miss
the ones who are leaving. She hopes rhai the winning attitucle
and the team spirit comes hack with the team.
Coach Carolyn Hall
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dent ready to take charge and make a great team. The
jV team this year has a lot of potential with jenny
Richards and Shawn Burch at point, Karen Moore and
Christine Woosley underneath, and Diana Crawford. Tif-
fany Sappington and Sue Thau on the wings, the points
seemed to be made. Although they weren't undefeated
they did a great job. The other three wings Cindy Raasch,
Sherri Stocek, and Tracy Doherty gave much support and
did their part in the games. Good jobjV.
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tllelnt help emrher, For thns years team, the talents of Gem Privare, joey
ohnson and Rent Roberson were ULlISI.H1Lllll Y. Ar nndllelrl, lreshrnan retruit
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sale haltbaek mth C,urr Loy. and Derek Fnrts also playmg that positron The
defense, the strong arm ol' the team, Lunsisterl ol Sean Demonne and Mark
Srhuelele, both playing eenter lrullbarks John Guerton, Bob Reasoner, and
Robert Penxsr all rotated the uursnrle l"ullbaelN posrrxons. Ranrly Whrte sup-
ported the team by playing Goalre The year Llrrl nor rurn our the way that the
team anal Loath George Vramsh wanted, the team harl hoped to go to NCS
agaln rhls year, but rr vxas not ro be. liven so, rhe team enguyetl the season, and
many players look fomarrl ru returning next year.
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in high school would have to be a j,V, Team. A j,V. Team
could be considered the training ground for the Varsity team.
The j.V. team is made up of players who are sophomore and
freshmen. This makes it hard for the team, since most of the
players have not played together before. Coaching the j.V,
team was a challenge this year because the team was made up
of all new players. TGhe techniques learned this year will
help make next year's team a really great one.
irls' Varsity Soccer
l. Falcons celebrate their win against Granada
2. Way to use your head Renee!
3. Shawna dogs Schneider!
, 4. "Which way are you going, Michelle?"
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with a winfloss record of 4-6-2.
Leading scorer for the Falcons was
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I. joe Groeser contemplates what to do next.
2. jason Barton attacking his oponent.
3. "This is where body odor originates."
4. Wrestlers locked in combat.
5. A Foothill wrestler in a bad situation.
he 1987 Foothill
Of all high school sports none is probably
as challenging or more demanding then
wrestling. Many hours of time are required
to succeed at this sport and many wrestlers
can relate to the feeling when it pays off.
Wrestling is unique because team support
helps individual performance. Although this
years team had a frusterating season, in-
dividuals did well. Among these was Tom
Parco winning his weight division at the
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2. Moving in for the kill.
3. jason Schrieber prepares ro continue
4. An Amador wrestler prays for mercy
FRESHM BASEB LL
4X3 Monte Vista
4f22 San Ramon
5X6 Monte Vista
5 San Ramon
5 20 5122 5f23 EBAL Shaughnessy Play-off
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compete at the Varsrty level As always the team wrll
strrve to be very competrtrve m the EBAL
1987 Falcon Baseball
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1 J V Team over looks the srtuanon wrrh
Coach Matt Sweeney
2 Dave Ferry and Txm Hansen wart wrth
anncrpatnon for the ball
5 Wnndxng up for a powerful pltch
4 Coach Sweeney goes over last mrnure
preparanons before the game
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This year the Varsity baseball team will be comprised of many juniors
working the field. Bobby Reasoner will be at short stop, jim Koheler will be
at first bast, Angelo Scavone will be at third base. One ofthe out fielders will
be senior Tony Grego. Catchers will alternate between john Dunphy and
Duane Cornnett. Playing in the pitching area will be a rotation of Dave Gar-
cia, Greg Duran, jay Shaw, and Randy Kincaid.
Varsity coach Bud Bonetti states "after winning our first pre-season game,
I have confidence that this team can make it to the play-offs: who knows, we
may go even further." Last year the junior varsity team won the j.V. cham-
pionship. So it's not a big wory that the juniors won't be able to hold their
own weight when the pressure is high."
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2. Catching the ball, Tracy shouts, "You're out of there!"
3. Yvette Burke goes for the homer.
4. The Girl'sj. V. Softball Team . . .
Cl-rj jenny Freeman, Yvette Burke, Terri Savino, jennifer Moser, Wen-
dy Erven, Tracy Abeyta, Cherise Merz, Kim Van Fleer, Karen Allen,
Crystal Davis, and Kristen Van Wagner. Not photographed Michelle
O'Nei1l and Wendy Shuckle.
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March 26 California
March 3 l Amador
April 2 Granada
April 7 Monte Vista
April 9 Dublin
April 21 Livermore
April 25 San Ramon
April 28 California
April 30 Amador
. May 5 Granda
May 7 Monte Vista
May I2 Dublin
May I4 Livermore
May 29,30 NCS Regionals
june 55,6 NCS Finals
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The I987 Girls' Varsity Team
Bottom row: Bev Warrike, joy Erven, Michelle Shalley,
Jennie Richards. Middle row: Coach Hartman, Debbie
Swyers, Trisha Basinger, Lisa Putman, Christina
Woosley, and Karen Moore. Top Row: Denis Hagber,
Players not shown: Karen Allen, Michelle Charlle, Sherri
Hayes, Molly Sirlace, Cherissa Weliii.
I. Excuse me Mr. umpire, l think she was safe.
Z. Boy Trisha, you're looking pretty mean!
3. Come on, I'm ready for it!
4. 'Wllfhy me!" says coach Hartman,
5. Lisa and Denis, are you two warming the bench or
The 1987 golf team consists of many
talented players. This year's team is defen-
ding the NCS title and the CIF title. Brian
Pemberton is one of the best players on 'the
team and is ranked number 1 junior in Nor-
thern California, and number 4 in the na-
tion. Todd Fischer a four year letterman in
gold is also a great asset to the team. The
undefeated golf team hopes to again repeat
the great season they had last year.
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The 1987 Golf Team
Bryan Pemberton I2
Todd Fischer l l
Brad Kuntz 10
Leon Enscom l2
Taunra Willis I2
Amy Conners 10
jason Melvin 9
jennifer Olson 9
jeff Cromnr 9
Las Pusitas GC.
Pebble Beath, Monterey
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Crow Canyon LC
Round Hill CC
San Ramon Royal
Diablo Creek CC,
Butte Creek CC,
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Brian Pumberton stuck in a stand trap
Brad Kurts hits the ball.
jason Lotz shows his skill.
The golf team watches at the ball being hit.
Hit the ball!
liontresy Reminder Cxstlewood has .t stntr dress Lode - no leans, no shorts .ind .t shirt with a iollar is required,
Swimming Sr Diving
People on the Foothill Swim Team must show extreme
dedication. Having had begun practicing in early February,
the team practices every day after school, and sometimes on
Saturday, and the dedication has shown.
At practice the team works on the four basic strokes, but-
terfly, backstroke, and freestyle, pulling and kicking.
The team is under thedirection of Mike Schroth, the head
coach, Bill Canon, the boys coach, and Michelle Grutman,
the girls coach.
l. Back Row: Richard Glen, Dave Scott, Matt Krupke, Derek Schloss,
jason Rothman, Steve Pauler, Todd Tucker, Chris jones, 8: Bill Canon. Std
Row: Kelli Moser, Sara Graso, Jeanette johnson, julie Navarette, Lynn
Leroy, Mindy Hunt, 84 Lori leroy. 2nd Row: Christy Anderson, maggie Kel-
ly, Stacy , Daphne Goode, Therese Juarez, Karen Hansen, Sc Becky Baer.
Front Row: Rene Shpeter, Diana Navarette, Ann Briggs, and Stephanie
2. just taking it easy,
3. Next time keep your feet together.
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2. Todd Tucker caught underwater by the camera
. Raise your hand . . . you got ir.
. A good attempt of hiding from the camera.
he 1987 Foothill
Top left: jamesjenson, Eugene Winter, Loren Bradley, Scott Ritchie, Steve Fields, Greg Zuffelato, Dan Schuchardt,jeff Crawford, Craig Woosley, jon Hunt, jacob
Richie Blair, Scott Happ, Michelle Cavellini, Grady MacFatldin, Nancy Dabney, jim Cox, jim Boyd, Eric Li, Tony Smith, Stacy Dolan, jeff Stutz, Rob Reber, Chris
man, Chris Perterson, Mark Hernbroth, Alan Gallegas, David Emery. Mike Bowere, Scott Harvey, Walter Dice, Sam King, Dean Gzirbin, Lisa Cavellini, Kim
Terry Hunt, Lee Green, Cindy Raash, Tracy Doherty, Kurt Wilms, Rob Pennisi, Niela Kleinsmith, Steve Stutz, Tiffany Sappington, Rosa Davis, Kaylyn
Marianne Spotorno, Steve Fishback, Donnie Nelson, Billy Hunt, Maceo Fihta, Kelly Comstock, Laura Stankovitch, Diana Crawford, Monika Tozier, Sandy Garza,
Michelotti, Lynette Cox, Karen Gorkowsky, Cheryl Power, Beth Cambell, Michelle Garbin, Roseann DeSantis, Nicole Meier, and Danielle Stanko.
l. jeff Stutz going for a really high
2. Chris, Tom and Loren wonder ifir's
going to rain.
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SXZZ-25 NCS 5A Championships
SXZ9-50 NCS Meer of Champions
6X5-6 CIF State Championships
The 1987 Track season looks to be full of
promise and excitement. The string of seven
league meets will be broken up with
weekend relays and invitationals.
The whole team will participate in the Bob
Vincent Relays, hosted by San Ramon H.S.,
on March 21, and the Logan Invitational,
hosted by james Logan H.S. on May 2. A
few standouts who meet the tough qualifica-
tions will journey to the Stanford Invita-
tional, hosted by Stanford University on
March 28, the Gilroy Invitational, hosted by
Gilroy H.S. on April 11, and the Jenner
Games, held at San jose C.C. on April 18.
This year, for the first thime, Foothill will
hold its own invitational. It will take place
Saturday, April 25 and should be a great
For the second year Carl Marsh is the head
coach and weight Coach. Bill Shott and Rich
Hoban coach the sprinters and some field
events, while Carolyn Hill does the high
jump and Mark Winn coaches the distance
1. james Jenson holds the lead against coach Rich
2. Dean looks like he is going to fall on his face.
3. Bill concentrates on his throw.
4: And they're off!
5. Last one there's a rotten egg!
6. Kim, Beth, Michelle and Lisa show off their leggs. '
7. Mike Bowers coming up on the inside.
1. Roseann demonstrates her new dance.
2. Rosa f1ies thorough the air with the greatest of ease.
3. Dog pile!
4. Lets not work up a sweat.
5, P.T. says coach Hill.
6. Steve doing the twist.
7. Whimpy, whimpy, whimpy.
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Event Varsity JV Girls
Hurdles 15 019 5151
330 hurdles 39 6 42 7 45 3
440 relay 44 2 45 7 52 2
Mile relay 3 28 2342 8 4 02 O3
Shot Put 51 4 492 35 3
D cus 1582 13511 1341
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High ump67 63 54
Pole Vault 12 6 10 10
As the bell rings silence fills the room. Every student is sitting in their correct seat
with pen, paper, and books on top of their desks, ready to work. Roll is taken, no
absences, no tardies. All of the homework is collected in an orderly fashion, and put in a
neat pile in the third period basket. The new assignment is given, and a short explana-
tion is made. The clock ticks on as the students silently do their work. Occasionally a
student raises his hand to receive an explanation to a question asked, The bell rings,
students are dismissed, and then, and only then do they pack up and leave,
As the bell sounds signaling the beginning of class, some teachers find it necessary to
use force to get their students into class. Ten minutes into the period roll is finally able to
be taken. The reason for this delay in toll taking? Well, a teacher must wait for the
number of students that stroll into the room lateg there are the standard excuses that are
given "I had to go to the resttoom!"g "I had to go get an adrnit!"g "I didn't have enough
time to get here and to go to my locker too!" Even after the tardies arrive, the list of
absentees is longer than the list of students present. Now it begins, The large group of
students that crowd around the teachet's desk, "1 forgot my book!" "I need to go to my
locker,"g "Can I go to the testroom?"g "I forgot my homework in my friends car."g "My
hampster ate my homework, Ill have to re-do it tonight." When the teacher is finally
able to get everyone into a seat, and has the students attention, somewhat, the next
assignment is given out. Only seconds later at least one-half the students ask, "What is
the assignment?" "Do we have to have sooooo much work?"g "ls there any homework?"
Finally the teacher has to ask a student to explain what was said because he is tired of
repeating himself. Frustrated, the teacher is ready to collapse on his desk. Why can't his
classes be like his dreams?
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Math, Leadership English Math
-'Dan Chiolis Kristin Cooper jay Craney
P. E., Foreign Language Social Science
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Jerri Leach Gerry Leek Deanna Leveque Kit Little
Foreign Language Health Services Clerk Science Home E-f0n0miCS
Dan I.uf'kin Carolin Machi LYII M21g0l'l'10 Julie Martin
"Really, its only my first one."
"O.K. Chiolis, take off the shades and show
us those big brown eyes."
"Mrs. Leek, I'm not sure what it is."
STRIKE - The teachers of the Amador Valley
and the Pleasant School District went on strike
during the months of October and November,
l986. This was the first strike in the history of the
school districts. At the bargaining table, the
teachers were asking for an increase in salary. The
district made a counter offer which was not ac-
cepted by the teachers. On October eighth, the
teachers went out for the first time. Eighty-three
percent of the High School teachers and seventye
four percent of the Elementary School teachers
walked the picket lines in front of' district schools
and the District Office. The following day the
teachers returned to the classroom, The second
strike day was October twentieth. Many of the
students left school after their first two periods.
Beginning November third, the teachers went on
strike through November fourteenth. Striking ac-
tivities included picketing the schools, letter
writing cornpaigns, district-parent meetings and
Jamestown, a tent city at the District Offices.
Through negocations between the teachers, the
district and parents, the team arrived at a contract
and the strike ended.
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"They didn't tell me it would be like this!
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Mr. Bonetti "Twists and Shouts" along with the senior class of '87.
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and Toby discuss the chances for the Vlarriors at the senior
Science Social Science
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Library Assistant Social Science
"Well, maybe I'll have just one more."
Everyone looks bright and cheery for the faculty breakfast.
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Library Assistant Math Social Science
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English Foreign Language
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Pan! Saizo is the President of the Freshman class.
This is his second year being involved in Student
Government. In junior High he was Student Body
President of Wells Int. Some quotes from Paul, "This
year I would like to see improvement in the organiza-
tion in the elections of future freshman offices. I
would also like to see the freshman class fund grow to
a substantial amount. I will continue to run for re-
election as long as I enjoy it and feel I can still be
jeff Watanabe, Vice President of his class has
something to say. "As Freshman V.P., I want to do
all I can for the class of '90, I also hope to be involved
with student government in the future."
Tmry Morrir has a lot planned as Secretary for the
class of 1990! "As Secretary for the Freshman class I
plan to make our remaining year as fun as possible.
Fund raisers are important, because we are slightly
low in budget. I hope to come across a fun and
money making idea that will help us in our future
years here at Foothill."
Lim jenren has "green" in her eyes, "As Treasurer I
hope to see the state of the class of '90 treasury im-
proved, I also want to see the students having more
fun and school spirit in the future." Lisa also is cur-
rently Vice-President of the Sunol 4-H Club.
BEING A FRESHMAN
The Freshman year is always a year of turmoil and
anxiety. New faces, new school, new teachers, and a
new approach are some of the things that a freshman
will face. It's an exciting time for someone just out of
junior High, meeting new friends who will be your
classmates for the years to come. It's a time you will
never forget because these are the people you'll think
about when you remember your High School years.
Do you remember Freshman Orientation? What
were you feeling?, Excited, Nervous, Scared, Curious,
Confident, Insecure or, were all of these mixed emo-
rions there? Or how did your first day of High School
feel? Yaa, you thought you were going to get trashed
by a big, bad Senior, forget your locker combination,
or maybe walk into the wrong classroom CFull of
juniors of courselj. Maybe this did happen to a few of
you, but it wasn't too bad now was it?just think, you
can look back on it in a few years from now and
laugh your head offl Or for now just get revenge on a
newcoming Freshman. It all equals out! So remember
to enjoy your Freshman year because there will never
be one like it again. GOOD LUCK CLASS OF
Paul Saito, President jeff Watanabe, Vice President
Lisa Jensen, Treasurer Tracy Morris, Secte
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Life is like a circle.
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Up and down, high and low.
Life is like a circle.
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To last and last,
As Freshmen now, you're at the bottom
In about three years you'll be at the top.
Freshman, Sophomoregjunior not,
Growing up like a shot.
In about three years you'll be at the top.
Life is like a circle.
Around and round you go,
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2. Should I or shouldn't I?
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establishing your looks, and braces are a must for alot
of students at Foothill High. At least 35-405 students
have braces and at least SOWQ have had them. If you
had braces back in the "olden" days you were con-
sidered very elite, for your parents must be very
wealthy to afford them. But now-a-days braces aren't
nearly as expensive and are a fad, not a drag. Braces
can be a pain at times, like when you eat and have half
the food stuck in your braces, especially them oreo
cookies. But it is definitly worth it, because when you
get those train tracks off, you have a beautiful smile
for the rest of your life. Smiles are what make life a lot
l. Did your mommy bring that for you?
2. Freshmen girls check out Senior boys.
3. Freshmen fascinated by Foothill.
4. Do we have spirit or what?
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. Where's your broom?
. Should I kiss her now or later?
. Freshmen enjoy their first highschool dance.
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some cute shepherds. The Question is, how did a Sophomore get into the freshmen
What would Freshmen orientation be without its fearless upper classmen leaders?
These brave souls took on the very necessary job of showing us the ropes.
Amy McBride smiled with pleasure when she found her long stem American Beauty
In typical Freshmen style, "the guys" hang out together in front of the B-building.
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during their lunch break.
2. We don'r know who these people are, but they are enjoying themselves at a
5. Lisa Krasky says, "Take off, you hoserf'
4. Freshman inspect "Snoopy's" house on the Freshman float for homecoming,
Where ever you go, where ever you look, you will always see the
students of F.H.S. with backpacks on their backs. Everyone! no
matter if you're a Senior or a Freshman, boy, or girl, you will see
them with a backpack. As you walk along campus you are almost
always assured of seeing at least five backpacks. All of them with
their different colors, shapes and sizes, You see bright pink ones,
balck ones, blue ones, Hawaiian print ones, and ones with rainbow
colors. You see clean packpacks and trashed backpacks. Ones with
writing on them, ones with holes in them. But no matter what,
they look like you will always see them. Isn't it funny? just think
about this, just a couple of years ago, it would have been unheard of
to carry a backpack around.
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The parking lot is empty but for- a few lonely cars scattered at the far end. The early morning air is cool and
crisp, satuated with a calm just waiting to be shattered by honking horns, reving engines, and mobs of rambunc-
tious kids. A lone student, walking casually' across the quad, hands in pockets, backpack slung across her
shoulder, looks up quickly as a locker slams in the distance, then resumes her trek towards some unknown
destination. In the IMC, two boys talk earnestly by the water fountain as another sits against the wall, books and
papers spread around him, pencil in hand, an anxious look on face as he looks up at the clock, 7:20 it reads. He
turns back to his work. Across from him a girl and boy sit with arms around each other, talking quietly, and
smiling often at secret jokes secure in their ephemeral peace before school.
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2. First they lead, now they follow-Sophomores at Freshman orientation
When we were young our jobs were, clean our plates and get dressed by ourselves. Maybe we had to clean our room and feed the goldfish occa-
sionally, but little did we know what was following. As we progressed, jobs soon took on other meanings. We had to start looking for them. Now
the neighbors lawns, babysit our little brothers and sisters, some 'of us even had to venture out on our own and get a newspaper route. All of this
hard work just for our weekly entertainment ofa movie, and if we were lucky, a bucket of popcorn. Now jobs mean work and we have them for one
purpose- money. Money doesn't grow on trees and neither do our cars, or our clothing, or our late night fun. We have our values, know what we
want, know what we need and know what we can't have, They're all very different things, yet until our day of fame and fortune we're stuck. As we
progressed we gradually learned what jobs were, probably not thinking one day our daily bread, goldfish, food or morning paper would reflect upon
It usually sits off to the side of the room, but sometimes it's on the side of the teachers desk. Most rooms have the basic brown rectangular style
ones, and sometimes you see a green one. The round ones are really hot items, doubling as basketball hoops a majority of the time. Even though
they're always there we don't pay that much attention to them. You never really appreciate them, until you need to get rid ofa sticky piece of gum
or a half used cheat note. They might not seem like very important items, but garbage cans are. Can you imagine life without one? We would have
nowhere to throw lifes mistakes and that could pile up. What is it?
The Sophomore Year
For the class of '89, this year was a memorable one.
They were no longer Freshmen or "Baby Falcons." They
were taking wing.
In Safety Ed. classes, they learned about driving and
soon received their learners spermits. Parents were held
prisoner in cars while the students practiced their driving
skills. Finally the magic sixteenth birthday arrived . . .
"Watch out world!" Along with driving came a new
freedom. The freedom to assume adult responsibilitiesg
working to pay for gas, insurance and their hot new
wheels. Come Spring semester, the parking lot bulges.
Students have to resort to parking on side streets, in the
dirt, and even in the Faculty parking lot, oh for the good
old bus days, gone forever.
Driving wasn't the only thing important to the
Sophomore Class. They were very active. They prepared
for homecoming by building a float, the theme, "George
of the jungle." They sold M 84 M's, and Christmas or-
naments to earn money. They showed their growing
school spirit at sports activities and during Spirit Week.
The Sophomores sponsored other activities during the
Spring Semester. The Sadie Hawkins Day dance is always
popular with the girls because they can ask the boy of
their choice. Sophomores worked hard on this activity.
The Junior Prom was decorated and hosted by the
Sophomores during the Spring Semester as well.
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T-Shirts Y Tfshirts are a big deal around school. The labels on the shirts are status symbols
or tell what you like or where you have been. The most popular t-shirts are surfer shirts.
Shirts that say "Reach the Beach," or "Hang loose," Kids have them in every style, brand
and saying. Beer t-shirts are popular as well. The most popular is Corona. Corona says "Hey
I'm hip, I drink imported Mexican Beer." Other kinds worn are Budwiser, Coors, and
Moosehead. Another kind of t-shirts. They say "I've been here, why haven't you." They
usually have a colorful design too.'Other kinds of t-shirts are college t-shirts, concert t-shrits
and cartoon t-shirts.
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CLIQUES - Cliques are everywhere, and FHS is no exception. Over at the west end of
campus beneath a puff of smoke, you can make out all of the Marlboro men and women.
HDUDE! Did you see jerome in the section today? He's so KILLER. He blew rings for five
minutes with unfiltered cigs! I love his new leather, they grip him in all of the right places
ow baby! Hey man turn up the Ozzy!" Down a ways and to the right we spot the NERDS,
GEEKS, and SPAZ'S. "In order to find the molecular mass of the mole, we know avogadros
number 6.02 x l0to the 23rd power will help us compute the result. Geez, just swell, my
calculator is not operating correctly. WHAT A DAY, Arnold, your pens are leaking-snort,
snort. No, not my glasses-no, please, please give them back, my mom just retaped them.
WOW! There's Suzy Bernhard, she yelled at me once, I think that she likes mel!" As we
move towards the center, blue and gold can't be ignored. Head rah-rah and Mr. jocko seem
to be the center of attention. "Go Team, Go! Hey Stan, you'll lead the Falcons to victory
tonight, won't you? See, cuz I just dry cleaned my sweater and starched my skirt, and like it
would look really bad if we lost. I'm soooo sure, I would rather die. I'd have to run in the
bathroom and hide! Also try not to kick dirt on me when you run through the sign-K? It
flattens my hair." H23-I6-58 Hut,Hut, hike-grunt,Uh, squish, Ah! Swing wide here comes
the passeslam, bam, ew! The cowboys are going to lose their pistols after we're done with em.
Hey sporto-what happened! These are the main "gangs" at Foothill, we can only laugh.
Whether we're chain smokers, Chemistry contemporaries or under the impression that the
blue and gold is KING, we're all human, and underneath the pads, lettermen, pom-poms,
pencils, plaid and smoke wc're all really the same.
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louder and louder. As l approath the talieteria, the familiar smell ofgreasy lirenth liries surrounds me. Then I
see in hall"rhe students hands, the tin foil wrapped meals. This is all l need to make me lose my appetite.
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rid of it is to eat. As l walk our of the talieteria l see everyone sitting in the sun enjoying their free time
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CHEATING The tactics and strategies of cheating are as diversified as the
people who use them One of the most popular ways is by sharing your
neighbors papers Among several people surely you can come up with enough
answers to ace the test Signals, whispers, posture, and positioning of papers are
important factors in this process, but beware the coincidence of identical
writing as they can onto a small piece of paper Sometimes the sheet is written
on an arm or a desk If it is not discovered, this too is highly successful The
only way to rid the world of this sin, is to eliminate the cause The fine teachers
here at Foothill High School should ser an example and be the first to take this
giant step for mankind doing away with quizzes, exams, finals, and tests'
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A weary ragged caravan stops to drink at an oasis in the middle of the
scorching desert. The key to understanding this sentence is to recognize the
symbolism. The weary caravan and scorching desert represent the student
body and the school. The oasis is the weekend. Friday ends all the mental
anguish of the past four days and home work is quickly pushed aside to
make room for the weekends events. Most teachers recognize this and so lit-
tle home work is assigned.
Students often say "Friday is my favorite day of the week" or "I can't wait
till Friday." After the euphoria of the weekend, depression inspires com-
ments like "I hate Mondays." So when the weekend rolls around all I can say
is "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow might be Monday."
Tim Hansen acting like a freshman?
l. Carolyn Gabris plays dress-up.
2. Davis Theman, Myth, or Legend?
5. Waiting for jason as usual.
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I wonder if the inventor of the glasses really
understood what he had invented. That so many
people would be so helped by his invention, that
they would feel as if they had a new life just
because they could see like other people. I also
wonder if he could realize that his invention once
would be used as an ornament.
Today glasses are a triviality, people wear them
whether they have to or not. They like to wear
them because they give you a different look. Dur-
ing the centuries the glasses are also one of the
things that have kept its look and escaped further
modifications. just compare with how the cars
have been developed during the years. If you want
to see a lot of glasses in the latest fashion style, you
should visit a beach on a sunny day. It's incredible
in how many different shapes they appear. They are
square, round, heart shaped, triangulars and so on,
but the basic idea is the same, glasses and frames to
wear on your nose.
One music star that has taken glasses as a
characteristic is Elton john. He appears every con-
cert with different shaped glasses. The latest within
the glasses fashion is how to wear them. The main
idea is to wear them straight on your nose. Teachers
and grandfathersfmothers usually prefer to wear
them on the tip of their nose. Cdon't ask me why.J
Girls usually prefer to wear them in their hair as
an ornament instead of a hair ribbon. Another look
is the ski-look. It's when you bind a string to your
glasses' frame which is colored in the latest
fashionable colour and then hang them around
your neck, or another is to carry them in your
breast-pocket. The absolutely latest look copies
Tom Cruz's look in Top Gun and it's for men. It's
pilot glasses with mirror glass. But when you think
about it you will realize that glasses today are not a
thing that makes you see better. It is also a thing
that characterizes your personality.
Around the world with the class of '88
JU IOR LIFE
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DID YOU HAVE A FUN JUNIOR YEAR? 1. Did you stop trying after january 87 even though you knew that this was the semester
that colleges looked at? 2. Did you learn to sign one of your parent's names? 3. Did you feel equal to your teachers? 4. Have you run out
of things to write in your friend's yearbook? 5. Was your favorite expression "l, 2, 3 ,... junior Victory?" 6. Did you use your school
books as scratchpaper? 7. Was your best excuse "Mom, I'm going to the movies for four hours, bye." 8. Did your parents expect you to
be late? 9. Did you go to traffic school? 10. Did you wish that you had a versateller card? ll. Could you find Burger King with your eyes
closed? 12. Did you crash your car at least once? 13. Did everyone follow you to Niles? 14. Did you feel like one of the tall people on cam-
pus? l5. Did your mom call the party more than once? GIVE YOURSELF I POINT FOR EVERY YES ANSWER! 15 You're
awesome, skip your senior year and go straight to college. 11-14 You're still rad, but your Senior year will be even better. 6-10
Remember Tom Cruise's famous words, "Sometimes you've just gotta say, what the . . 5-1 Sell your T,.V. and get a job-at least that
way you'll get out of the house. O- You're in the wrong class, get to know some Freshmen.
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4. Do you want a big wedding or a small wedding!
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"Oh, gag me." says Cindy.
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. That winter sun never felt so good.
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4. My bodyguard?
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2. "Give me a break." says Dean Garbin.
3. I bet julie enjoys being one of the only
girls in drafting.
4. "I'd rather be surfing . . thinksjim.
5. Now why on earth do you want our
6, "And we danced .. . like a wave on
the ocean romance."
7. "Four lcegs?" You said, "four lcegs?!"
8. When I'm walkin' I strut my stuff.
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Officers for the 86-87 school year were elected in the spring of 86. Running for president were
Brent Messenger, Laurie Sheridan, and Debbie Stallings. For Vice Predsident were Tony Smith,
Diana Navarette, Erin Kelly and Joey Clark. Carlene Michelotti had some stiff competition run-
ning for secretary unopposed. Noelle Zaballos and Erin Capilla ran for the office of Treasurer.
The hard work of the junior class and officers got the junior class second place in the homecom-
ing parade. As March rapidly approached, the juniors got ready for their junior prom. The date
was set for March 28 at the Rheem Theater in Moraga. The theme was "Tonight, Tonight,
Tonight" by Phil Collins. All the hard work of those involved definitey paid off, making it the
. Brent Messenger-President.
. Tony Smith - Vice President.
4. Carlene Michelotti - Secretary
. Erin Capilla-Tresurer.
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Before school started this year, I put
on the teacher faculty breakfast for my
main project in Leadership. I would like
to see more people become involved in
the schools activities. I hope that the
projects and activities that I contribute
to will help the school spirit grow. I en-
joy being involved with the school func-
tions and I like the freedom to express
my ideas and opinions in o
As the senior class president, I have
been working towards unifying the
senior class, I was impressed with the
large numbers of seniors who are
becoming involved in our activities.
This proves to me that the students at
Foothill really are interested in main-
taining school spirit. Foothill is an ex-
cellent school, I enjoy working with the
government initiating nevi activities
and brainstorming ideas. I am glad I
got involved it is the best project I have
ever taken on.
I wanted to get involved in
something where I could be a factor.
Sure I could just show up at the
meetings but I thought I could do
more as Vice-President, I hoped to add
new ideas and help get the senior class
more motivated, I came in hoping to
help Teresa because vsith some inspira-
tion this senior class can go a long way.
It was a fun year and I am glad I got to
be a part ofit.
I like being involved in student
government. It is a challenge to plan
and arrange senior activities, fund
raisers and school functions. Last sum'
mer I attended a California Association
of Student Councils Leadership camp '
Santa Barbara, This camp helped me to
improve my communication and deci+
sion making skills. It prepared me for
my office a great deal. I was glad to see
our seniors more involved in the
school's activities and fund raisers,
SE OR PICNIC
The morning of September 18 started off in chaos as the Seniors attempted to reach for an "87" on the quad. They posed atop each others
shoulders, cheering as they waited for the yearbook photographer to take their pictures. The freshmen and sophomores hurried by on their
way to class, while the juniors strutted around thinking that they owned the school now that the seniors were gone.
As the seniors boarded the buses, it was announced that they would spend their senior picnic terrorizing Oakwood Lake
Resort. The bus ride went by in a flash with singing and laughter to pass the time.
Upon arrival, everyone streamed out of the buses to bask in the warm sun. Music blared as seniors exchanged shorts and
tennies for bathing suits and towels. The rest of the day was spent roaring down the Rapids on mats and inner tubes. No
one seemed to mind that the tunnel became clogged with people.
In addition to the Rapids, other entertainment included swimming in the lake, volleyball, chowing down on hot dogs,
and dancing to your favorite music. If none of these past times were interesting, there was always the beach where you
could soak up some rays.
As the day came to close, the seniors made their weary way back to the buses, sorry to leave, but secure in their
knowledge that this was the best Senior Picnic ever.
Christina Gangnuss displays het new dance step.
Debbie and julie are not impressed by Tony Grego,
4'Where did you buy that IBD Kristin Zierauf' questions Amandai Reynolds,
Carrie Bennett dances away with Steve Marino
Tyron Beeby poses in the latest fashions from Sea Worlcl.
Some of our Senior men wonder what life is like after Foothill High.
Girls just want to have fun!
Michelle checks her legs for stubbles, while Greg looks with sad eyes, hoping the sun will come out!
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understand. I'm faced with negative energy at
most times of my day. The clouds help me to
release this false energy and to truly escape into
my true space. The clouds are the most
beautiful things that my eyes can see. Particles
of positivity make pretend forms. Clouds, I feel
have a strong life force, I'm able to take some of
their misty energy. I have enjoyed clouds for a
few years, and ever since I've needed them, I've
become my true self. Sometimes I can only be
true when I am by myself with the clouds. In a
past life, my name was Cloud, I was a
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- Steve Dawe likes to barefoot Waterski - Lisa Legan hopes to publish her love
and is second in the stateg songsg
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Scott Pietro Cori Pilkington Brian Plake Sherri Powell
Raquel james Laurie Rawson Robert Reber Becki Reed
Heather Reid Amanda Reynolds Sharon Reynolds Rob Richards
Michelle Richardson Lori Riordan Melinda Rivers April Roach
jason Roach Kent Robertson Donna Robinson Will the real Vilflila Whit6 please stand up!
Tim Shfhom Kim Sherman Kim 5h0ff jeff Crawford . . . The pinnacle of manhood.
Michele Silva Lorraine Singh Sean Smith Todd Smith
Whar's Steve doing with Michele? D9-ffm Solafo
Lisa Sonne Remi Souza Marianne Spotomo Laura Stankovich
Mike Srankovich Susie Stearns TFOY Sfeele Stefanie Srocek
Sheri Sroramski Chris Stovall
janien's teddy bear is no subscirue for Steve. Denise Sffoud Dean Sfudfbakef
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Laurie XX'heeler Nancy White Randy While Virki Wfhirrisr
Michelle Wilkinson Christine Willirxms Kevin Willizlnms
A new student at FHS has a hidden talent that
not many people have. His name is Brent Anderron
and he can wiggle his eats. He discovered this
talent back on the farm in Idaho when he was four
years old. His classmates find his talent interesting
and funny. Brent is overwhelmed that he can ex-
pose this talent to the world via the yearbook. He
plans to start a school for ear wiglers, with Loren
LeBeau his first student. Brent doesn't plan on
making a career of ear wiggling, but plans to use
his talent to break the ice with new clients when he
is a lawyer. He hopes that his combined talents will
take him far.
As a free lance artist, Randy Kirzmd has a lot go-
ing for him. He and a friend have their own
business, KD ILLUSTRATIONS where they
design logos, pamphlets and flyers. Randy feels
good when he draws for other people and loves all
the compliments that he receives on his work. He
wants to use his artistic background as a
mechanical engineer and hopes to design cars. If
that doesn't work out, he would like to be a
graphic design artist.
Bruen joe Groeser james Strummer
5. Chad Holmes trying to be a Senior again!
4, OK., Now look natural!!
5. Go to Class Timmy Fenton!
1. Marty McCarthy doing something constructive on the homctoming Hunt.
2, "XVc'rc out of hc-ref' says Dave Chargin and Steve Marino.
1. Good friends are hard to find!
2, Tex "STOPS" the girls to pose for a picture.
5. Kim Blakiston lookin' fine.
Kids wonder who the iute blonde is sitting
l. Kin Hill has his hands full,
2. Sceve Fields is nor as innocent as he may look.
3. "Come on" Greg Avakian, "ins okay ro smile."
4. Remi, Kim and Laurie finally find out what ic's like ro be sifting on
the wall, but "Where is Jenny?"
5. Loren LeBeau shows how it's really done!
6. Who's Mitch Nagara checking our?
I. to R: Vicki Whittier, Diana Madrigal, Kathleen Hayes, Nicki Wolfe,
Michelle Bigham, Kelly Griffen, jennifer Mahan and Cheryl Tadlock. L to R:
Dave Mattie, Michelle Wilkenson, Kristen Ziemu and Brett Bammcr. L to R:
julie Ackerman and AnMarie Davis. L to R: Dori Enriguez and Marty Smith. L
to R: Barbara Clune, jason Torah and Cori Pilkington. I. to R: Debbie Doggett,
jim Ward and Laurie Vercillino. L to R: Colette Martin and Chad Holmes. L to
R: jenny Hilde, Debbie Doggett, Kim Byers and Laurie Vercillino. L to R: Lisa
Bennet Williams, Katy Brown and joey-luhansen,
"That's What Friends Are for"
At last, jennifer Madrid and Ron Perkins made it to the front of the line.
Shades of pale pink unite this bevy of beauties.
Top Row, Left to Right: Kim Scola, Teresa Kennedy, Amy Brimeyer, Vicki Draper,
Kim Sherman, Lisa Legan and Laura Stankovich. Znd Row, Left to Right: Kristin
Zierau, Amanda Reynolds and Rhonda Emmanuel.
The Class of '87 celebrated the close of
their junior year by dancing the night
away at jack London Square's,
Shinanigan's. The "highlight" of the
evening was the long wait for the "Of-
ficial" photograph. The Buffet was a
delicious array of Hors douvres and
pastries which disappeared before
everyone even had an opportunity to eat.
The music was provided by a DJ. who
was a beat late. It included Top 40 hits
from such greats as Phil Collins, Huey
Lewis, Madonna, Eddie Murphy, and
other popular performers. The -theme
song, "That's What Friends are For,"
was a big hit along with "Shout," which
ended this memorable evening.
Girls in their satiny fotmals and guys
in their tuxedoes awaited their limos
while proud Moms and Dads took rolls of
pictures. Then -it was out the door to
drive in luxury to such restaurants as The
Hungry Hunter, Bobby McGee's,
Pedro's, and the Black Angus, for a
-I special pre-prom dinner.
After the dance, many couples headed
to a late breakfast at an all night
restaurant or at their own homes. But, the
fun hadn't come to an end. Friends
gathered together to head off to Santa
D Cruz and Capitola for a relaxing day of
9,4 sun and surf. Finally, thirty-six hours
later, tired and out of sorts, many
A students returned home and went to bed.
Early comets, Michelle Cavallini and Derek Fritts enjoyed the dance.
Senior Favorites '87
Birthday suits we would most like to joe Groesser and Kristin Lipman
Peoples clothes we would most like Tom Thrush and Remi Souza
People most likely to show off their Bennett Williams and Kim Blakiston
People we wold most like to see in Geza Privari and Kristin Zierau
People most likely to show off their Bryan Pemberton and Laurie Vercellino
People we would most like to be with Tim Barnes and Shri Isorda
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Best Legs Best Behintls
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People most likely to join the eircus
People most likely to stay single
People most likely to get inarried
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Tim Healy and Carrie Bennett
Tye Bei-by unil Amzintln Reynolds
Steve Daiwa and jnnicn Ferry
Senior Favorites '87
Mark Romero and Heather Reid
People's hair we would most like to run our fingers through Derek prim and Rhonda Emanuel
People's eyes we would most like to look into.
People least likely to get lockjaw
People most likely to ask a stupid question.
Tony Grego and Rosanne DeSantis
Jeff Urbanic and Janis Cameron
People most likely to trip on air. Scott Pietro and NanCY Whiff
People most likely not to have a driver's license. john and Dave Chargin and Heather Cook
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Biggest Mouths Biggest Airheads
Class Klutz Craziest Drivers
Steve Feilds andjanien Ferry
Peeple with the loudest voice and the wildest moves,
People most likely to marry twins
People most likely to look in mirrors
People most likely not to talk
People most likely to retire at age 25
People most likely to have had the most fun in High School
Amanda Reynolds and Martine Moore
Brent Anderson and julie Hansford
Terry Hunt and Rene Terwilliger
Rob Reber and Paula Lessing
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This year there were a few dances held during the spring. The first one was the sweetheart K r is
dance held on Saturday February 14, from 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM. The dance was held in the , A
sparsley decorated gym. The Valentines dance was held by the Seniors. Amy Brimeyer and 'iw I
Jndro Maestas were crowned Senior Seethearts. The night ended with everyone feeling good ,r
after having a great time. ,ink
The second dance was the annual Sadie Hawkins dance held on Friday, March 13, from 9
-- 12 in the gym. The theme had been changed by the Sophomores who held the dance. In- ,
stead of the western outfits that were traditional this year the couples were to dress alike.
Sadies WaS a hit with the help ofthe videos btiillg played with each SOHg. Amy Brimeyer andjandro Maestas our senior sweethearts,
Mike Stankovich where is your date?
A slow song at the Valentines dance.
Shana what did you do this time?
Seniors look like a big happy family, Kristin Zierau
ICM smiles as he remembers the cookies ICL gave him
I, Remi Souza and Amanda Reynolds share 21 slow dance. Mike Mortensen with two dates?
Heather Osullivan, Maritne Moore, Amanda Reynolds,-
Senior Breakfast for many people started on Tuesday March 10 when groups of friends
gathered together to party. Many Seniors stayed up most of the night watching movies, eating,
talking and much more. The senior breakfast for everyone started at 6:30 AM when the class of
87 started to arrive at the Pleasanton fairgrounds. The seniors took their places next to their
nearest and dearest friends at the blue plastic covered banquet tables. The breakfast in a buffet
like style began at 6:30. Seniors laughed, drank and ate while the class of 88 served to them. The
breakfast consisted of eggs, ham and blueberry muffins with an assortment of drinks. Close to
7: 1 5 people began to leave to prepare themselves for another exciting day at school. And that's
how this year's traditional Senior Breakfast for the class of 87 went.
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l. Our good boys say grace before chowing down.
2. "just give me both bowls "says joe Groesser.
3. How hung over are you girls?
4. You didn't seriously think we were going to eat
it did you?
5. Do you want to share a plate? Asksjames.
6. Lisa Sonne and Nancy Dabney jump up as their
plates start to move on their own.
7. juniors wonder if the seniors have caught on yet.
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2. Well, another boring day in America
3. Brent Messinger is recovering from a long weekend
4. Hey, I know its my best side but give me a break'
5. Ya, I know I'm a stud
6. All's quiet on the Foothill campus
7. Shane Swaboda stands under the Sadies sign helpprng to get a date
8. jenny Richards say s look mom no hands'
9. Can you believe it another Foreign Exchange Student
IO. It looks good enough to eat'
ll Cheryl gives Mrs Robb the evil eye when asked to write more copy
lf. "What, you want us to walk in a straight line?
13. "Don't bother me with yearbook work I m doing my homework says Charlie
14. Seniors catching some rays at lunch
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l. This group ofgirls certainly aren't shy for the camera.
2. Everyone wants to be like these hot dudes!
. Where does Amanda, Kristen, and Heather think they are going?
. The usual lunch scene at Foothill High.
. Tim grins for the camera. A
"Quick take the picture." Mark says "Remi finally has her arm around me."
7. Paul, Angelo and joey drool over a girl Walking by.
8. Derik Fritts, Brian Anderson, Rob Richards, and Brian Crawfordg the Apple Crew.
"Rob, you can always "lean on Me" Says Chris.
"Let,s Go Surfin" sings Paula, Lori, Chris and Nancy.
. Todd and Marty "stuff it in" at the Senior Breakfast.
12. Rene Sandoval does her famos bugs Bunny expression.
15. Crystal Davis, like any other freshmen can't wait to have her picture taken.
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Hiding behind their shades are Marie Trester, and Kelly McCoy.
Band members look confused.
Angela poses pretty for a picture.
Darrin Pelky should go back to being a guy.
Who says seniors can't have fun as Chrissy Pavlick sprays whipping cream all over
Who will be the next GMOC?
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's superman!
Eat that food, then sell that candy, the Literary Club needs money!
Grrrrr I said don't take my picture, grolwed Stephanie Lactin.
Give me an "F" . . .O . . . O - what's that spell???
Ladies and Gentlemen, lets here it forjohn Koenigsberger.
Stand Back here comes, Kendi, Kathleen, and Mark.
That guy thinks he is bad.
Excuse me, but is this the end
of the line?
MAY 25: Hands across America
stretched coast to coast to raise
money for the nation's hungry. V
And et another hosta e
Anglican envoy Terry Waite was
taken hostage during his efforts to
gain the release of others held in
I do, I do
England celebrated the royal
wedding of Prince Andrew and
Sarah Ferguson. V
miles is that?
G'bye to G'day A
James Cagney, 86
Marlin Perkins, 81
Cary Grant, 82
Perry Ellis, 46
Benny Goodman, 77
Rock Hudson, 60
Andy Warhol, 58
How many frequent-flyer A
Traveling around the world, non-
stop and unrefueled, Dick Rutan
and Jeanna Yeager made aviation
history aboard thegslow but sure
FEB 3 Dennis Conner and Stars
and Stripes brought home the
America's Cup from Australia after
sweeping Kookabura Ill in four
Let s talk A
OCT 4. Ronald Reagan and Mikhail
Gorbachev discussed arms in
The landing was a little rough T
Eugene Hasenfus was shot down
over Nicaragua while flying arms to
the contras. He was tried,
convicted and later released to the
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Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston 6
Heart, Heart 7
Scarecrow, John Cougar Mellencamp 8
Afterburner, ZZ Top 9
Brothers in Arms, Dire Straits 10
Control, Janet Jackson
Welcome to the Real World, M
No Jacket Required, Phil Collir
Primitive Love, Miami Sound ll
JUNE 19, JUNE 27 Cocame
claimed the llves of Maryland
basketball standout Len Blas and
Cleveland Browns running back
Baby on Board slgns Lazer Tag Hard Rock Cafe 'I'-shirts
Barzee, j ulie
D Arcy, Mike
Davis, Ann Marie
Fleet, Dustin Van
Goode, johnny B.
Houten, Jeff Van
Kell, Corey i ir Y
Knapp, Leah P
Nabas, Kelley 124
Nacamu, Davis 127
Nagata, Mitchell 178
Nahiik, ivan 106
Nakamura, Evan 106
Narron, Kimberly 149
Nassiri, Cyrus 178
Nassiri, Mariam 178
Natsch, Richard 106
Navarrete, Dianna 149
Navarrete, julie 106
Navone, joshua 106
Neel, Christine 127
Nelson, Donald 127
Nelson, Helen 127
Nelson, Kendall 178
Nelson, Lynn 149
Nesbitt, Eric 149
Newell, Kim 106
Northrop, Shannon 127
Notaro, Kristen 178
Notaro, Sean 106
Nott, Ross 149
Nott, Vicki 106
Nunes, james 106
O Donovan, john 106
O Niell, Michelle 128
O Sullivan, Denise 149
O'Loughlin, Daniel 179
O'Sullivan, Heather 179
Oatman, Scott 149
Ocodiz, Hector 127
Oicles, Amy 149
Oleson, Troy 149
Pelkey, Darren 119 123
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D Keegna' Thanlxsffor Svgythmb' most of To: Marilyn, Beth, Kendi, Lisa, Ms. B.,
3 'fr ypur treasured Hen S ips' Rene, Kristie, nancy, Newb, Teresa, Shelly,
Love, Lisa Theil, Diana, john, Kathleen, Mark, Laryu,
Kristin, Steve and Gregg Thanx for a terrihc , ,
four years. Keep in touch. The three Bl-l sz Let s get some
P.S. Danny: I do know. BF
Baby P, Chris: Words can never replace our
Our memories are with me forever. feelings.
Love, Baby D- l Love ou . . . Christine.
The mst day it began jgaiyeryone who came to my parties - it's that time of year
Wgimsd Luck C to be my man, To all those goodilooking junior Ladies - thanks for the
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G h . To Blondie - thanks for my best and worst Christmas ever!
rump IS some To Eifler and McGarry - get your butts back here!
Chopsticks is near . . . .
, . To Lozworth - you came just in the nick of time.
Guess it turned out to be a good year!!! .
Tojay - thanks for the best l l years of my life.
Chud, Pebbles, and Pokey See ya
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P.S. just me and you Zoo Baby!!!
ALL ofmy friends, jimbo,
Well, it's time to jam out ofole' Foothill! You ' re wonderful.
Thanks for the LIVE four years and BEST Thanks for the memories.
OF LUCK in the future! I LOVE YOU! To Everyone who made our four years the best:
See ya, ' T. Let's start with the juniors - Katy, Ange, Paul, George,
Mark Pendleton and Lisa - we will mis you all - have fun next year.
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